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Row 1 (seated, from left): Patricia Tarr Mildvan, Anne Treloar Glenister, Wilma Manning Howard, Sally Fletcher Nott, Nancy Ruth Andress Weart, Merlin Ackerson
Row 2: Mona Fry Barsotti, Jim Miller, Nancy Nash Weaver, Mardell Koop Schumacher, Lois Heidke Thompson, Louise Cobb Kant, Elaine Fair Noe, Donna Winegarden Dunlavey, Joyce Olson Barrett, Martha Shoemaker Flinspach, Lurene Noland Brooks, Dorothy Irish Kelly, Helen Irish Akerson, Nancy Grimes Toepfer, Lois Melberg Nichols, Joanne Staker Cutler
Row 3: Bill Kettelkamp, James Weaver, Abbas Kitabchi, Theodore Dickinson, Patricia Riley Irwin, Wilfred Wiseman, Blair Benjamin, Donald Penn, Bernard Barber, Wayne Norden, Nancy Porter Grau, William Frei
Row 4: Gordon Wakey, George Hahn, Robert Cutler, Robert Regan, David Rhoads, Bruce Eicher, Omar Wilhelms, Wesley McAllister, Harold Eklund, Daniel Buck, William Montgomery

At homecoming, Kappa Theta sisters celebrated the 50th anniversary of their founding. Founding members in attendance were (front row, from left) Marianne Swath Kollasch ’57, Carol Getty Brodsky ’57, Kathryn Falb Gutz ’57, Elizabeth Seydel Engel ’57, Donna Mease Nicholson ’57; (back row, from left) Phyllis Folkerts Stern ’57, Nancy Hovet Lundstrom ’57, Sue Knox Powell ’57, Janet Miller Stacy ’57, Margery Klontz Kemper ’57, advisor Mary Ware.
Class of 1966 friends who gathered at the Chicago Botanical Garden were (back row, from left) Sue Chapman Linden, Edie Baker Lauerman, Kristin Zumbahlen Richardson, Ellie Rowlson Hall; (front row, from left) Helen Lothrop Klaviter, Sally Harper Augden, Carol Hardesty Dillard, and Carol Zarko Manning.
“It was a joy to all be together for two days of reminiscing, catching up, and just enjoying being with a group of intelligent, thoughtful, and fun people who turned 60 this year,” writes Carol Hardesty Dillard.
Four former conference wrestling champions lured in a nice catch of walleye on a rainy day at Pleasure Island, Douglas Lake, Ontario, Canada, last June. Pictured from left are Rick Miller ’85, Drew Mundsinger ’94, Ken Pratt ’86, and Merv Miller ’59.
A June 2004 visit to campus was a good excuse to gather around the Rock for Class of 1967 classmates (left to right) Janet Polley Kennedy, Terrie Thompson Cornell, Julia Dieckman Moore, Raylene Garrison Seramur, Mary Sahs Ingle, and Susan Leigh Kingston.
Dustin Engelken ’97 (clockwise from upper left), Jack Lumanog ’98, Amy Lumanog (holding Ainsley Lumanog), and Michelle Brighton Engelken ’98 (holding Caleb Engelken) reunited for Ainsley’s June 2004 baptism, which Jack officiated. The couples are godparents for each other’s child.
Isaiah McGee ’01 (left) and John Gilliland ’89 served as delegates from Iowa at the Republican National Convention in New York.
“I was privileged to sit on stage the night the president spoke, as a reward for helping to coordinate a couple of service projects that our delegation did: cleaning up a park in Harlem during the convention, and in Des Moines helping to send school supplies to Iraqi children,” Isaiah said.
Cornellians attending the July 2004 wedding of Kate Proctor Jilek ’99 (front, second from left) in Fort Morgan, Colo., were: (front row, from left) Liesel Scott ’99, Jilek, Keighly Ballje Appel ’97; (back row, from left) Brenda Nelson Schleifer ’98, Lisa Butterly Maher ’98, Cheri Coombs Ostrander ’97, Lauren Buckner ’99, and Rebecca Scanlan Gozar ’96.
Lt. Anthony Cooper ’01 (second from right) was one of two pilots flying California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (center) to survey the devastation caused by the mud slides in La Conchita, Calif. Lt. Cooper is part of the 126th Medical Company (AA) stationed at Mather, Calif., and is the operations officer for the Army Aviation Support Facility.
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