Eastern Kentucky University - Milestone Yearbook (Richmond, KY)

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" sP5MT McCreary Hall KENTUCKIANA jolm Wilson TownsenclHoom Eastern Kentucky State College Richmond, Kentucky presents the MILESTONE 1953 ALMA MATER Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, Faithful guide of youth. Holding high amid the darkness Duty, light and truth; Still above, the skies attend thee; Still thy stately columns stand; Still thy sons and daughters love thee, Sing thy praises o ' er the land. All the earth ' s resplendent beauty, Nature gathered here, Rolling lawns and trees and grasses On thy hillsides fair; Happy days within thy shadow. Friends and comrades we have won. Fill our hearts with exaltation For thy work so nobly done. When, Beloved Alma Mater, Memory recalls Other days of youth and laughter In thy gracious halls; When thy sons and daughters scattered Turn again to thee — Still thy lamp is brightly lighting Us afar that we may see. Editor PAT RICKEY Business Manager HARRY WILSON Ttt 3T3 9- D ° |C A We, the members of the Senior Class, dedicate the 1953 Milestone to one who has shown sincere interest in the students at Eastern, who has the ability to live with people in perfect harmony, and to inspire in those who know him something of his own cheerful philosophy — Mr. William Keene — a gentleman and a teacher. no ' We hope you like it ' A mixture of sunshine and shadow Various views are captured Vibrant memories of people, events, places Eastern knew in 1953. ii V { f - " Where do we go from here? " Freshman arrive bag and bag- gage — YWCA big sisters are on hand to greet and show them around the campus. " Looks like work ahead! " Freshman learn the do ' s and don ' t ' s of college life during orientation. " This I like! " Freshmen discover grill and add grillology to their cur- riculum. " Golly it ' s good to be back! " Same girl, same boy, same couch but loads of summer experience to relate. mftam S " Off to a good start. " You ' re always ready when you trade with Freddy at the college book store. Pi " Read, relax and be merry for classes begin tomorrow. " " Something new has been added! " Lights in the ravine change the beauty of the cam- pus at night. " The gentle touch. " Miss Charmaine Asher, Barbour- ville entertains with marimba concert. " Man doth not live by bread alone. " Dr. Julian Love of the Presbyterian Seminary, Louisville, discusses the new translation of the Bible. Time — Late afternoon. Place — SUB steps. Subject — Flying saucers, world affairs, girls, les- sons, ballgames? " Guardians of Justice. " The installation of the B u r n a m Hall House Council, a service of beauty, dignity and warmth unites the girls into one big family. " Waiting to be shot. " Mile- stone begins to materialize with long lines of eager stu- dents waiting to have their pictures taken. " After all baby I ' m just try- ing to tell you — . " First and second year students get to- g e t h e r for the Freshman. Sophomore party. " You swept me off my feet- " Dance me loose — " Fun is had by all at the many in- formal dances held in the grill. " ' The hand behind the bow. " Gerhard Kander in Community Concert. " I Like Ike. " Students are given an opportunity to cast their votes for the presidential candidate in campus wide election — Eisenhower won by 100 votes. " Spirits Rise. " Enthusiastic Students cheer Big " E " on in the big pre-homecoming pep rally. " Will he get to play? " Dad ' s night found many anxious fathers viewing their sons at Hanger Stadium. " Strange names and funny faces often seen in public places " — Especially true at the Halloween Party. o E C o I " The queen. " Everyone looks forward to the crowning of the Homecoming queen at the half-time of the big game. " Campus beauties " Almost every club on the campus en- ters a float and se- lects a queen to rep- resent them on this dav. ™EY HAVEN ' T ft GHOST DFRCHflN« . g " Hold that line. " Part of the Eastern football team watch- ing homecoming game — East- ern won. " Dearie do you remember when " — alumni going through cafeteria line at barbecue. " Fight team fight! " The band serves a dual purpose — not only do they furnish the music but also have their own cheering section. " The end of a perfect day. " Homecoming closes with a semi-formal dance in Walnut Hall. " Sound off. " New recruits struggle to keep up with the old experienced hands. " Look out below. " They work in earnest as the day for the olav draws near. " Un-uniformed. " Who works harder than the band? " Aw come on to the game Bill. Everyone will be there! Even your cat wouldn ' t miss this event. " " And that ' s absolutely true! " The stadium is packed early in the afternoon with cheer- ing students and guests — all here to see the fighting ma- roons. ' Hail! Hail! Eastern Ma- roons. " Sing out the words. Our talented band stages a formation that no one tires of seeing — a big " E. " Ralph Merriam ' s talk in chapel. " A Layman ' s Plato, " was enjoyed by many students and fac- ulty. " He ' s Crazy! Please help me! " " The Man " was presented by the Eastern Players as the first dra- matic production of the " Watch the sticks girls and remember — . " Hockey is one of the favorite games of the girls each fall — All sport minded females have an op- portunity for such sport in physical education classes or WRA. " Swing and sway with Double K. " One of the campus orchestras made up of Easternites that provide music at many of our functions. s - : — e 8 " ll " Just ignore that guy with the camera — relax! " Common sight on a nice sunny day. " That test was a dilly. " Wor- ried students leaving classes — must be about time for mid- semester tests. m w rm jm " Local girl makes good. " Miss Mary Jo Leeds performs with Cincinnati Symphony Orches- tra at Community Concert. " Not that they ' re the bashful types, but — " It ' s the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance and all kinds of costumes make their appearance on that night. " Swing your partner and promenade. " There ' s fun for all when the faculty get together for an eve- ning of Square dancing. " Let ' s get ' em boys. " Eastern Maroons rush on the field to play one of the season games. " Let ' s quit this card game and stroll over to the grill — Come on I want a coke and besides never can tell who we ' ll see. " " I ' m not interested in Roger ' s old magazine. I wonder if that cute gal I met in the grill is doing anything to- night, I think I ' ll make a phone call. " Thoughts such as the ones above probably brought D e n y s e and Bill together many months ago. Steady couples are a big part of cam- pus life. Informal gatherings in Wal- nut Hall provide opportuni- ties for students and faculty to forget their class room re- lations and talk over many good times. " And how do you do? " greets Lolly as she goes through re- ception line. " This is station W L W presenting ' On Campus. ' This week we salute Eastern Kentucky State College. " Alicia, Jim, Phyllis, Bill, Bob and Dr. Cuff tell announcer Howard Chamber- lain of their school. " Food, fun and fellowship. ' ' Sophomores gather at Ben- ault Inn for pre-Christmas banquet. " Ten bells, all is well. " Bur- nam settling down for the night presents a serene pic- ture. " Burnam burning? " No just a practice fire drill that causes impromptu fashion show with a turkish accent. " One of Eastern ' s traditions. " Amid candle light and holly the Y.W.C.A. presented the twenty-third presentation of " The Hanging of The Greens. " " Hallejuliah! Halleju iah! " Christmas at East- ern would not be com- plete without Mr. Van directing Handel ' s " Mes- siah. " " Kyma throws a Snowball. " The snow queen was crowned amid the rustle and swirl of laughing lads and lassies at this, one of the favorite dances i of the year. " The morning after the night before. " Saturday morning in the grill brings out the best points in everyone — any- where from droopy eye lids to stringy hair. " Benault Inn " and the scene of the annual Sigma Tau Pi banquet. " Abundant Living " was the theme of the series of fireside chats sponsored by Cwens at Burnam Hall. " Term paper due tomorrow. " The typewriters sound far in- to the night as the last minute assignments are made ready. ' Tt ' s all over but the memo- ries. " At the close of first semester, students receive grade cards and start work- ing on the next schedules. " Lines, lines, lines. " Students rise early on registration morning to try to get to the head of the line. " Speed demons " of the com- merce class that is — . " Man and land study. " Geog- raphy students discover many places on maps that they didn ' t know existed. " Artis gratis artis " plus art for the sake of grades seems to be the motto of this class. " Hammers, nails, saws, and wood " plus skill produce some excellent pieces of furniture in the Industrial Art classes. ' ' Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble ' ' — as the Home Ec. girls try to perfect a new recipe. " Lab labor. " Remember all the Tuesday and Thursday afternoons? Well, these Bot- any students will. " Slide boys, slide — you too Miss Daily " — Throughout the year — Ad. A is the center of music. " Making sweet harmony. " The carolers at one of the Community Concerts. " Let me call you Sweetheart. " The Valentine Day dance brought out many old and new couples. " Dance Ballerina Dance. " That ' s what everyone said af- ter the community concert featuring " Sevtlova, " world famous ballerina. " Full house " — as students gather for a daily card game after classes. " Behind the 8 ball? " One of the favorite past times in the recreation room is a game of " Lots of fun " as the coke and latest happenings flow around the grill ta- ble. " Clowning? — Dancing? " The old juke box plays on to such pieces as " In The Mood, " " Oh Happy Day, " or " She Wore Red Feathers. " " Paddle on. " Most every- one likes to play pint; pong, even if it does en- volve chasing the ball around the rec-room. " Choice gossip. " Must be Monday morning after a big week-end — maybe OVC hmmm! " Pregame slick up. " Whether Burnam or Beckham the mir- ror keeps date life from foul- ing up. " On the ball. " Fast playing such as this won the Maroons National recognition. ' " Till I waltz again with you. " One of the most sensational shots of the season is this dance by Mulchay and Harris at Dayton game. " Willie shakes his spear. " The Little Theater presents " Twelfth Night " both on cam- pus and at Shakespearian Fes- tival. " Blue Moon. " The quartet sang their way right into the hearts of all the students espe- cially the girls in Burnam Hall with their serenades. " Jam Session. " Bands com- posed of college students and faculty play for many affairs. " Assembly sandman. " Parksie plays on as students and fac- ulty file into Chapel on Wednesday mornings. " Campus leaders. " Remember the week with all the dressed up people and the Vocational Information Conference? " The royal court. " Mix to- gether a boy and his uniform — Add a girl in a formal — Blend in a corsage of flowers. Place on the dance floor and season with the music of Clyde Trask — produce — " The Military Ball. " " Allow me! " A fellow and his gal enter the SUB where many social activities are held. " Let ' s play post office. ' ' There ' s one place that every- body goes that ' s to get their male-mail. " The pause that refreshes! " It must be spring just look at those stares. How bout a dip? A swim in Eastern ' s pool offers a relax- ing past time for many to get in the swim of things. Sun, sand and smiles. At the first sign of spring students migrate to Boonesboro Beach leaving the cares of school be- hind them. " Sullivan Coffee Time. " There ' s nothing like a cup of Java in Mrs. Whit ' s kitchen to make a fellow feel at home. " Royalty on the dance floor. " The King and Queen of the Junior Senior Prom lead the court in the first dance after the coronation. I " From this day forward. " For the last time students enter the administration building as seniors. " The dawning of the big day " begins with the processional from the Student Union Building to Hiram Brock. Flags of school and country guide the way. A penny for your thoughts. r? en ERNEST TED MITCHELL Corbin. Ky. A.B. ELLA MAE BRUCE Bryants Store, Ky. B.S. Elementary Ed. CHALMER VINEYARD Pineville, Ky BS. Phy. Ed DONALD MOSS MATTOX Richmond. Ky. B.S. JOHN EDW. YARBER Mt. Sterling. Ky. LEAH ROSE BROWN B.S. Elements Ed Cho Collegiate Pentacle 4 C.S.P. 1. 2. 3. 4 Pres. 2. Sec. 3 D urn and Sand 2, 3 Milestone 4 Knppi Delta Pi 3. 4 Messiah 1. 3 Who ' s Who 4 Bnrnam W.R.H.Q. 3 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4 Sec. 3 MARTHA N. HERDT Pewee Valley. Ky. B.S. Commerce Canterbury Club 4 Little Theater Club 4 Sigma Tau Pi 4 BILLIE E. SEARLS Nelsonville. O. B.S. Ind. Arts Newman Club 1. 2. 3. 4 Pres. 3. 4 Ind. Arts Club 1. 2, 3, 4 SOPHIA FIELDS Beattyville. Ky. B.S. Home Ec. Home Ec. Club 1. Messiah 1 PRANK G. MATTHEWS Cynthiana. Ky. B.S. EFFIE GILBERT Tedders. Ky. B.S. Home Ec. Ec. Club 1. 2. 3. 4 iiah 2 LAURA FRANCES ELLIS Ludlow. Ky. B.S. Phy. Ed. Cheerleader 1. 2. 3, 4 Canterbury Club 3 Kyma Club 1. 2. 3. 4 Choir 1. 2. 3 Class Secretary 1 Collegiate Pentacle 4 President 4 Cwens 2 Drum and Sandle 3. 4 Litt ' e Theatre 1. 2 Milestone 4 Messiah 1. 2. 3 W.R.A. 1, 2. 3. 4 Who ' s Who 4 Progress 1. 2. 3 4 SENIORS HAROLD DAVIDSON- CHARLES H. OHEARN 3 JACQUELYN RITTER Richmond. Kv. A.B. English Canterburv Club 4 Kyma Club 1 Off Campus Club 1 Progress 4 W.R.A. 1 Wesley Foundation Y.W.C.A. 4 rUSIE BOWLING Paint Lick. Kv. A.B. Social Science ALEX KOLAKOWSKI Ambridge. Pa. B.S. Phy. Ed. Newman Club 1, 2. 3. Football 1, 2. 3. 4 E Cub 1. 2. 3. 4 DONALD L. KNOWLAND Jeffersonville. Ind. A.B. Music Band 1. 2. 3. 4 Pres. 4 Choir 1. 2. 3. 4 Music Club 1, 2. 3. 4 Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4 Messiah 1. 2. 3. 4 HENRY TARVER DOTY Albany. Ga. B.S. Commerce Canterbury Club 1. 2. 3 Treas. 2 Sigma Tau Pi 3, 4 Sigma Lambda 1. 2. 3. 4 Y.W.C.A. 4 JANE SKAGGS Hcdgenville. Kv. B.S. Home Ec. B.S.U. 3, 4 Class Sec. 4 Collegiate Pentac Home Ec. Club 3 ELMO MARTIN B.S. Ind. Arts Ind. Arts Club 3, Treas. 4 Tau Pi 3. 4 SHIRLEY KEARNS A.B. History Basketbal ELVIRA SHORT Richmond, Kv B.S, E ' ementarv Ed. Milestone 4 Photo Club 4 W.R.A. 2. 3. 4 Sec. 3 Treas. 4 Y.W.C.A. 4 NORMA K RICHARDSON JULIUS C. SIZEMORE Paint Lick. Kv. A.B. Social Science Veterans Baseball Club 4 Biologv Club 1. 2. 3 IMOGENS DANIELS Pikeville. Kv. A.B. Music Canterburv Club 4 Choir 1. 2. 3, 4 Music Club 3 Kappa Delta Pi 4 Stateland W.R.H.O. Vice Pres. 4 Mes ah 3 fc Jt.!± JAMES WM. BINGHAM CHARLES V. PROFFIT Pittsburgh, A.B. Art Basketball E Club 2, Track 2. 3. Pa. 1, 2. 3, 4 3. 4 4 ' B.S. Commerce Choir 1. 2 Little Theater Club 2. Messiah 1, 2. 3 JOHN A HARRISON Louisa, Kv. A.B. Social Science ETTA LEE BRANHAM Jellico. Tenn. B.S. Home Ec. Home Ec. Club 2. 3. 4 CHARLES SCHMITT WOODARD SAWYER Wheatcn, 111. Burning Springs, Kv. B.S. A.B. Commerce Elementary Ed. STANLEY L. STANFORD CLAY PARKS MOORE Norwood, O. Danville, Kv. B.S. A.B. Math Commerce Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4 Phalanx 4 Soph. Cass Pres. E Club 3. 4 Senior Class Pres. Sigma Tau Pi 3. 4 E Club 3. 4 Track 1, 2. 3. 4 Who ' s Who 4 ROBERT A, HASTINGS Winchester. Kv. A.B. Social Science Band 1, 2, 3. 4 B.S.U. 4 Choir 1. 2 Orchestra 2. 4 ALMA FAYE CAMPBELL Hazard. Kv. B.S. Elementary Ed. Messiah 1, 2. 4 Track 2 Who ' s Who 4 EVELYN P. RYMER Louisville. Ky. B.S. Elementary Ed. Alpha Psi Omega 4 Band 1, 2. 3. 4 Choir 2. 4 Little Theater Club 4 Sec. 4 Music Club 2, 3. 4 Orchestra 1. 2. 3, 4 Messiah 1, 2, 3. 4 Westminster Fellowship BARBARA B. KIZZEE Ashland. Ky. B.S. Home Ec. B.S.U. 1. 2. 3. 4 Home Ec. Club 1. 2. 3. Treas. 3 Messiah 2. 3 W.R.A. 1. 2. 3 1. 2, 3, 4 Y.W.C.A. 1 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2 Student Union Council SENIORS MAE FLORENCE HAGAR DOUGLAS J. HINES JUNELLA M. ENGLE KENNETH E. SNAPP MATTHEW P. YOUNG Nicho ' asville. Kv. Science Hill. Kv. Gatliff. Kv. Richmond. Kv. Louisa. Kv. B.S. B.S. B.S. A.B. B.S. Elementary Ed. Mathematics Elementary Ed. Social Science Commerce B.S.U. 3. 4 B.S.U. 1, 2. 3 Sigma Tan Pi 3, 4 Math Club 3. 4 Choir 2. 4 Photo Club 4 Messiah 2. 3. 4 LEE JOHNSON Track 1 JAMES HENRY ALLEN Booneville. Kv Wes ' ey Foundation 1 Ferguson. Kv. LUCILLE COOPER BS B.S. Somerset. Ky. Health ANNA BROUGHTON Richmond. Kv. JACOB TEVIS HUGUELY Richmond. Kv. A.B. Art Commerce A.B English CHARLENE FARRIS BS. C.S.F. 1. 2. 3 FLORENCE C HUSSUNG Springfield. Kv. Elementary Ed. Little Theater Club 2. 3 Louisville, Ky. ROGER GEYER B.S. Messiah 1, 2 B.S, Vallonia, Ind. Elementary Ed. Elementary Ed. B.S. Milestone 4 B.S.U. 1, 2. 3, 4 Ind. Arts Kappa Delta Pi 4 WILLIAM HENRY PARK Choir 3 Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4 Progress 4 Richmond, Kv. BOB THOMPSON Milestone 4 Messiah 1, 3. 4 BS. Halorn, Kv. Who ' s Who 4 Wesley Foundation Chemistry B.S. Messiah 2. 3, 4 1. 2. 3. 4 Milestone 4 Commerce Westminster Fellowship Vice Pres. 2 Wesley Foundation 1. 2. 3. 4 Pres. 3 1. 2. 3. 4 Sec. 3 Burnam W.R.H.O. 3 Treas. 3 Vice Pres. 4 Pres. 4 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3, 4 Who ' s Who 4 Burnam W.R.H.O 2 Treas. 3 Y.M.C.A. 3. 4 Treas. 4 R.O.T.C. 1. 2. 3. 4 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3, 4 T ▼ •{ ' % tr CHAS. R. HAMMONDS Kodak. Kv. HOBART WELLS. B.S. Boons Camp. Ky Geography B.S. World Affairs Club 4 Elementary Ed. Drill Team 1, 2. 3. 4 MARGARET E WILSON Pulaski. Ky. B S Home Ec. Home Ec. Cub 3. 4 CHARLES H GIBSON Richmond. Kv B.S. Ind. Arts Ind. Arts Club 3 RUY H. JACKSON Insull. Ky. B.S. SIDNEY RALPH SMITH Wheelersburg. O. A.B. History JACK D JONES Harlan. Ky. B.S. Phv. Ed. NORMA J. FAULKNER Williamsburg, Ky. B.S. W.R.A. 4 JOHN B. NOLAND Richmond. Ky. CHELIS HA.MMONS B.S. Isom. Kv Commerce B.S. E Club 3 Chemistry Swimming 1. 3. 4 DORIS LEE LEWIS Jackson. Ky B.S. Home Ec. ROBERT C. RANKIN Home Ec. Club 3. 4 Hazard. Ky. Milestone 4 B.S. Photo Club 3. 4 Chemistry Sec. 3 Math Club 3. 4 Treas. 4 Tennis 3. 4 Wesley Foundation 3. 4 SENIORS THELMA BENGE EUGENE SAYLOR BONNIE NEVINS DOROTHY BISHOP CHARLES M SMITH London. Kv. Cumberland. Kv. Lawrenceburg. Kv. Bradford. Kv. Jeffersonville, Ind. B.S. B.S. B.S. B.S. B.S Commerce Commerce Elementarv Ed. Eementarv Ed. Phy. Ed. Pi Omega Pi 4 Sigma Tau Pi 4 B.S.U. 1. 2 B.S.U. 1. 2. 4 Stateland W.R.H.O. 3 Messiah 4 Cheerleader 1. 2 Burnam. W.R H O. 4 Sigma Tau Pi 3. 4 Kvma Club 1. 2. 3. 4 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2 Y.W.C.A. 4 MARY P. CARROL Messiah 2. 3 NORMA L. GSCHWIND Erlanger. Kv. B.S. Lvnch. Kv. BEVERLY ANN WHITE Elementarv Ed. LAWRENCE ROTH B.S. HESTER B MARTIN Anchorage. Ky. Milestone 3. 4 Lone Island. N. J. Elementarv Ed. Drift. Kv. B.S Northern Ky. Club 1. 2 B.S. Stateland W.R.H.O. 3. 4 A.B. Home Ec. Phv. Ed. World Affairs Club 3. 4 Social Science Northern Ky. Club 1. Kappi Pi 3. 4 Treas. 4 LAVINA J. COMBS Kvma Club 3 Vicco, Kv. Swimming 3 RICHARD DAMRON BETTY JEAN HEROLD EUGENE A. DOHONEY B.S. Pikeville. Kv. Erlanger. Kv. Columbia. Kv. Elementarv Ed. B.S. B.S. B.S. B.S.U. 1, 2, 3 Commerce Commerce Agr. Club 2 Milestone 4 PEGGY ANN LEWIS Milestone 3. 4 Milestone 4 Class officer Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4 Bardstown. Kv. Photo Club 1. 2. 3. 4 Progress 4 Vice Pres. 1 Photo Club 3. 4 A.B. Pres. 3 Sigma Tau Pi 3. 4 Kappa Delta Pi 4 Westminster Fellowship Progress Staff 4 Pres. 4 Pi Omega Pi 3. 4 2. 3. 4 Choir 1. 2. 3. 4 Sigma Tau Pi 3. 4 Burnam W.R.H.O. 3 Vice Pres. 3 Treas. 3. 4 Music Club I. 2. 3. 4 Messiah 1. 2. 3, 4 Y.W.C.A. 3 Pres. 4 Y.W.C.A. 3, 4 Messiah 1. 2. 3. 4 Siama Tau Pi 3. 4 Westminster Fellowship Y.W.C.A. 1. 2 Student Union Music Council 1, 2. 3, 4 OLIVE J. EDWARDS NICK TSANGEOS Somerset. Kv. Steubenville. O. B.S. B.S. Elementary Ed. Phv. Ed. Choir 2 Football 2. 3. 4 Kyma 2 E Club 2, 3, 4 Kappa Delta Pi 4 Messiah 2 MARY E. HORAN ANDREW J, FRAZIER Louisville. Kv. Surman. Ind. B.S. A.B. Health History Drum and Sandl Ind. Arts Club 3 Kyma Club 1 Sigma Lambda 4 W.R.A. 1. 2. 3. 4 Y.W.C.A- 1. 2 BETTY DOUGLAS KALB Mavsville. Kv. JONNY B CALIHAN B.S. Rozana, Ky. Elementary Ed. B.S. C.S.P. I. 2. 3 Element ry Ed. Messiah 1. 4 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4 Vice Pres. 1 MORRIS NEAL WEBB Stearns, Kv. JAMES W KIRBY B.S. Irvine. Kv Ind. Arts B.S. Ind. Arts Club 1. 2. 3. 4 Math. Treas. 3 Rifle Team 1. 2. Pres. 4 Math Club 2. 3 Progress 4 Y.M.C.A. 1. 2, 3 BRUCE GORMAN Williamsburg. Kv. B.S. Elementary Ed. WM. A GREYNOLDS Loyall Ky. A.B. Englis h Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4 Cante rburv Club 3. 4 Harla i County Club 1 Little Theater Club Pres . ' 3 Phala rx 4 Tre; Progrs ss 3. 4 Sigma Tail Delta 4 Sigma Lambda 3. 4 Who ' s Who 4 World Affairs Club 2. MARGARET BERRYMAN Richmond. Kv. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S.U. 1. 2. 3. 4 Little Theater Club 4 Off Campus Club 3 KEITH WIGGINS Covington. Kv. A.B. History Alpha Psi Omega 3. ■ Biology Club 1. 2 Choir 1. 2 Little Theater Club 2. 3. 4 Vice Pres. 3 Music Club 4 Messiah 1, 2. 3. 4 Sigma Lambda 3. 4 Class Pres. 3 Wo. Id Affairs Club 2. 3. 4 Y.M.C.A. 1. 2. 3 Debate 2 Westminster 2. 3. 4 Who ' s Who 4 EDWARD H. FRENCH NORMA HELEN PAYNE JOHN L. LILLIS s MARIANNE AUXIER ENIORS DON BLAKE BALES Rome. N. Y. Wabd. Kv. Frankfort. Kv. Pikeville. Ky. Pikeville. Ky. A.B. B.S. B.S. B.S. A.B. Art Elementary Ed. Commerce Home Ec. Health Kappa Pi 3 Milestone 3 Sigma Lambda 2 Home Ec. Club 2. 3. 4 Basketball 4 Sigma Tau Pi 4 Milestone 3. 4 Messiah 3 Wesley Foundation 3 Mgr. GLENN A WITT DONALD WM. MYERS Burnam W.R.H.O. 3 Wisemantown, Kv Lexington. Ky. MARY WILL HALL MARY EDITH BREWER B.S. B.S. Gravson. Kv. Jackson, Kv. Elementary Ed. Commerce B.S. B.S. Choir 3 Sigma Tau Pi 4 Health OWEN HAUCK Home Ec. Messiah 3, 4 PATSY JEAN PURKEY THOMAS S. WARD Ludlow. Kv. B.S. Health Home Ec. Club 2. 3. 4 BILL CHARLES VENDL Berea. Kv. Harlan. Kv. MARJORIE IRENE BURT Cicero. 111. B.S. B.S. California, Ky. A.B. Commerce Phv. Ed. NINA JO YCE PURCELL A.B. Geography Choir 2. 3 Baseball 1. 2 Mt. Vernon. Kv. English Newman Club 4 Drum and Sandle 1 Class Vice Pres. 3 B.S B.S.U. 3. 4 Choir 3. 4 K.vma Club 2. 3. 4 Class Vice Pres. 4 Home Ec. Canterbury Club 4 E Club 4 Treas. 4 E Club 3. 4 C.S.F. 3. 4 Choir 1. 2. 3 Progress 3. 4 Sigma Tau Pi 3. 4 Who ' s Who 4 Home Ec. Club 1. 2, 3. ■ 1 Sigma Tau Delta 4 Messiah 3. 4 Messiah 3 World Affairs Club 4 Progress 4 Messiah 4 Swimming 3, 4 Sigma Lambda 4 Messiah 3 Belle Letters Track 3. 4 W.R.A. 1. 2 Burnam W.R.H.O. 3 Asst. Ed. 4 Chess Club 3 Sec. 2 Y.W.C.A. 1 Y.W.C.A. 3 £L QJ £ mfm Mk vii AMES GLENN HELTON Ricetown. Kv. ROBT. H. HUDDLESTON B.S. Corbin. Kv. Commerce A.B. Sigma Tau Pi 3, 4 Social Science ANN F. STEVENS Irvine. Kv. ERNEST E. LEWALLEN B.S. Harlan. Kv. Home Ec. B.S. Home Ec. Club 1. 2. 3, 4 Phy. Ed. Kyma Club 1. 2. 3. 4 E Club 1. 2. 3. 4 Milestone 4 Football 1, 2. 3 Messiah 1 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 4 EDGAR C. KI DWELL MILTON BUHKE Covington. Kv. Hartley, Kv. B.S. B.S. Commerce Commerce Sigma Tau Pi 3. 4 World Affairs Club 4 GLENN DALE HAMPTON ORAINE HALL CLARK Blackev, Kv. Hazard. Ky. B.S. B.S. Elementary Ed. Home Ec. World Affairs Club 4 Home Ec. Club 3, 4 Treas. 4 RICH WHITTINGTON Richmond, Kv. B.S Commerce Newman Club 3 Sigma Tau Pi 3 R.O.T.C. 4 Cwens 2 Sec. 2 Math. 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Y.M.C.A. 3 Commerce NANCY EVELYN CURRY W.R.A. 1, 2 B.S. C.S.F. 1 Richmond. Ky. Y.W.C.A. 1 Home Economics Kvma 1. 2. 3, 4 B.S. Class Officers 4 Pres. 4 Home Economics C.S.F, 1, 2. 3. 4 BETTY JOYCE SMITH Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4 Collegiate Pentacle 4 Home Economics C Closplint. Kv. Vice Pres. 4 Sec. 4 ROBERT C. FORD 2. 3. 4 B.S. Swimming 2 Home Economics Club Ferguson. Kv. Vice Pres. 3 Elementary Ed. 1. 3. 4 A.B. Milestone 4 B.S.U. 1. 2. 3. 4 Milestone 4 Music Home Ec. Club 1. 2 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 Band 3. 4 Photo Club 4 Vice Pres. 4 Choir 2. 3. 4 Messiah 1. 2 Kvma Club 4 Music Club 2. 3, 4 Choir 1, 2 Photo Club 4 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 4 Messiah 3. 4 Sigma Lambda 4 Y.M.C.A. 3 GEORGE WM. BALES Columbus. O. PATRICIA HOBBS B.S. Beattyville. Kv. Geographv B.S. Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4 Elementary Ed. E Club 2. 3, 4 JAMES BATES Dry Creek. Kv A.B. Social Science JAMES M. STOVALL Albany. Kv. B.S. Elementary Ed ANNA LEE FRALEY Wavland. Ky. B.S. DONALD G. COMBS Richmond. Ky. B.S. 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Sigma Tau Pi ■; 1 Art Treas. 4 Kappa Pi 1, 2 3. 4 Treas. 2 Sec. 3 Vice Pres. 4 Collegiate Pentacie 4 B.S.U. 1. 2. 3. 4 Mi ' estone 3. 4 Kappa Delta Pi 4 Who ' s Who 4 55 GRADUATES HOOVER PERRY Pine Knott DAU MINH NGOYEN Hanoi; Vietnam ALFBEDA C. BAUGH Science Hill JAMES R. BAKER Herd WILLIAM E. STRONG Richmond MARY E. ROBERTS Richmond LOIS C. EASTERLING Richmond ERNEST N. PERRY Richmond JAMES H SALISBURY Wavland MARTHA J. WILLIAMS Coral Ridge MARY T. PERRY Richmond CLAUDE H. BIVINS Louisville MARIE HUBBLE PIGG Richmond MAE DAY FRAZIER Kurtz. Ind. RUTH DAMRON Richmond PRISCILA M. BACTAD Manila. Philippines ARROMA BRAY Yosemite HERMAN SPARKS McKf ' r BECKHAM CAUDILL Plainsville BOB M. COE Gkidc Spring. Va RALIEGH L. COUCH Hyden NELSON HAMILTON. JR. Fedscreek m f , ' . ir " f eM« reS »»» n iW ATTENDANT PAT RICKEY Miss Eastern is representative of the ideal co-ed of Eastern. She is elected by popular vote on the basis of beauty, personality, scholarship, and leadership. Miss Eastern represents the college at the Mountain Laurel Festival, held annually at Pineville. NELL WILSON MISS EASTERN - SHIRLEY KEARNS MR. POPULARITY KAY WILSON MISS POPULARITY EVELYN FERN HOMECOMING QUEEN BLANCHE ROSE McCOWN SNOW QUEEN i - -■■■ m ,: ess Mm 5. w v PATRICIA RICKEY MILITARY BALL QUEEN KAY WILSON NEVILLE SMITH 1952 JUNIOR PROM KING AND QUEEN 5 iut i° B JENNIE LEE CHATTIN Ashland CLYDE EDWARD PREWITT Jell xo, Tenn. CHARLIE LEE WHITAKER JANE BOURNE Harrodsburg IDA KATHERYN MC DOWELL Mt Olivet BRUCE BATES Harrodsburg JUNIORS MARY ELIZABETH KEARSS EDNA W. CAUDILL f« « ter w WILLIE HOWARD COOP PAUL CALVIN HAGER CARNETTA D. HOLBROOK JUNIORS RICKIE WOLFINBARGER 1 if V- w ml 4¥J1 a f ft k H - ' - y ROBERT LEE BURCHETT Prestonsburg MARTHA SUE YOUNG Campbellsville CHRISTINE HENSLEY Richmond PAUL BYBEE ANGIE PRATT BLANCHE RALEIGH CLGA PRANCES PRESTON JUNIORS MARY LOU JONE3 CHARLIE SEBASTIAN • •« ■ EDNA FRANCES POLLARD SAMUEL WELLS MARIANA STANFORD =HIRLEY ANN CARSON ROBERT BUCKLEY FREDRICK GERRIN WILLIAMS JUNIORS jYLNNA JEAN HAYS ELMO N. CROUCH VIRGINIA RICHARDSON FOOTBALL ROSTER No . Name Position Ht. Wt. Class Home Town 92 Adams. Bill Center 6 ' 2 " 208 Senior Lexington, Ky. 82 Balassone. Joe Guard 5 ' 9 " 195 Junior Albert, W. Va. 73 Bays. Karl Tackle 6 ' 3 " 223 Sophomore Corbin. Ky. 60 Bond. Jack Halfback 5 ' 10 " 164 Senior Lexington, Ky. 16 Boyer. Don Guard 6 ' lO- 172 Freshman Ironton, Ohio 68 Bradford, Bill Fullback 5 ' ll " 180 Sophomore Ashland. Ky. 59 Crawford. Pat Guard 5 ' 6 " 188 Freshman Glousler, Ohio 18 Dale. Pat Halfback 5 ' 9 " L58 Freshman Mr. Sterling. Ky. 66 Daly. Don Halfback 5 ' 10 " L73 Sophomore Covington, Ky. 94 Deep, Mike Tackle 5 ' 11 " 200 Freshman Ambridge. Pa. 85 Eagle, Clifford Halfback 5 ' 9 " 163 Freshman Corbin. Ky. 70 George. Billy Halfback 5 ' 10 " 170 Senior Dayton, Ky. 21 Ginn, Charles Tackle 6 ' 2 " 216 Sophomo. ' e Ironton. Ohio 19 Greene. Paul " Dutch " Halfback 5 ' 10 " 160 Sophomore Ashland. Ky. 79 Hanlon, Jim Quarterback 6 ' 0 " 160 Junior Ghent. Ky. 86 Hazehvood, Steve Quarterback 6 ' 0 " 172 [• ' i eshman Pittsburg, Pa. 99 Johns, Jerry Guard 6 ' 0 " 195 Junior Dayton, Ohio 57 Jones. Dwight Tackle 6 ' 1 " 200 Freshman Oak Hill, Ohio 15 Kesler, Bill Guard 5 ' 10 " 210 Ei eshman Connellsville, Pa. 65 Kidd, Roy Fullback 5 ' 9 " 168 Junior Corbin. Ky. 88 Kolakovvski, Alex End 5 ' 11 " 180 Senior Ambridge. Pa. 83 Lambert. Dick Guard 6 ' 0 " 195 Junior Pittsburgh. Pa. 58 Linderman. Bobby Quarterback 5 ' 6 " 138 Freshman Mobile, Ala. 56 Massingale. Vernon End 6 ' 0 " 176 Freshman Balkan. Ky. 17 Miracle, Ed. Halfback 5 ' 9 " 160 Junior Middlesboro, Ky. 78 Muller. Bob Fullback 5 ' 11 " 195 Sophomore Amityville, N. Y. 67 North, Larry Quarterback 6 ' 1 " 192 Junior Ambridge, Pa. 95 Oakley, Carl Guard 6 ' 0 " 195 Sophomore Corbin, Ky. 69 Palahunich. Bill Center 6 ' 0 " 198 Sophomore McKees Rock. Pa. 84 Rice, Jim End 6 ' 4 " 180 Sophomore Ashland, Ky. 61 Rigrish, Ernie Halfback 5 ' 9 " 170 Sophomore Portsmouth, Ohio 77 Roberts, Tommy Tackle 6 ' 0 " 20C Freshman Shelbyville, Ky. 96 Rassega, Jack Center 6 ' 0 " L90 Freshman Balkan. Ky. 89 Sammons, Tom Guard 5 ' 10 " 212 Sophomo ' -e Raceland, Ky. 91 Schmitt. Chuck Tackle 5 ' 11 " 220 Senior VVheaton, 111. 87 Southers, Ben Center 5 ' 10 " 167 Sophomore Ashland, Ky. 80 Stockham, Jack Tackle 6 ' 0 " 194 Freshman Friendship, Ohio 76 True, Charlie End 6 ' 1 " 180 Sophomore Covington, Ky. 64 Tsangeos. Nick Halfback 5 ' 9 " 173 Junior Steubenville, Ohio 62 White, Carl Quarterback 5 ' 11 " 185 Senior Ironton, Ohio 93 White, Theron " Sonny " HaifLack 5 ' 10 " 183 Freshman Portsmouth, Ohio 63 Williams, Mathias End R ' 3 " 191 Sophomore Path Fork, Ky. 98 Wilson, Dick Tackle 6 ' 3 " 222 Senior Crooksville, Ohio 81 Wing, Bob Halfback 6 ' 1 " 176 Freshman Dayton, Ky. 74 Winscher, Fred End 6 ' 2 " 205 Sophomore Covington. Ky. EASTERN FOOTBALL TEAM ' ' J " » . . ■ ' ■■ ¥ y BW W|»i 63 74 7 S7 84 92 67 98 73 21 jr 8 S3 78 " V- First row: Ben Southers. Bobby Linderman, Pat Crawford. Pat Dale. Ed Miracle. Roy Kidd, Nick Tsangeos. Ernie Rigrish. Paul Greene. Alex Kolakowski. Second row: Dick Lambert. Bill George. Don Daly. Bill Kesler. Sonny White. Jack Bond. Don Boyer. Bill Bradford. Frank Massida. Joe Balassone. Jack Stockham. Third row: Mathias Williams. Fred Winscher Charlie True, Dwight Jones. Jim Rice. Bill Adams. Lorry North. Dick Wilson. Karl Bays. Charles Ginn. Bob Muller. Fourth row: Chuck Schmitt, Carl Oakley. Tommy Roberts. Tom Sammons. Steve Hazel- wood, Jack Rassega. Jerry Johns. Vernon Massingale, Jim Hanlon. Bill Palahunich. Mike Deep. Bob Hatfield. FOOTBALL ALL-O.V.C. Chuck Schmitt Two members of the 1952 Eastern " Maroon " gridders were selected as members of the first team All-Ohio Val- ley Conference. These players were selected by votes polled by the Public Relations Director of the Ohio Valley Conference. They were cast by the coaches of the six conference teams of Eastern, Western, Morehead, Murray, Tennessee Tech and Evans- ville. The two " Maroons " were Chuck Schmitt, senior, who was chosen for the position of offensive left tackle, and Alex Kolakowski, senior, who was chosen as the defensive left end. -? «K Alex Kolakowski SEASON ' S RECORD Eastern 7 Eastern 26 Eastern Eastern 14 Eastern 20 Eastern 35 Eastern 6 Eastern 20 Toledo ... . 6 Marshall 19 Murray 10 Tennessee Tech 28 Morehead . . 20 Evansville Western 48 Louisville 34 SENIORS BILLY GEORGE Halfback BILL ADAMS Center ALEX KOLAKOWSKI End CHUCK SCHMITT Tackle • ' »». C ? a DICK WILSON Tackle CARL WHITE Quarterback NICK TSANGEOS Halfback BILL BRADFORD CHARLES GINN SEASON ' S RESUME The Eastern " Maroon " gridders opened their 1952 season with an impressive victory over a rugged Toledo eleven. Don Daly scored the Eastern touchdown and the point after touchdown was made by Bill Bradford. At Huntington. Eastern spotted the Marshall team two first period touchdowns and then fought back in the closing minutes with an 84 yard march to produce a 26-19 victory. Scoring for the " Big E " was made by Daly. George, and Hanlpn. with Oakley converting. On October 4, Eastern came home to play host to Murray. The " Maroons " first home game ended on a dismal note as Murray beat the Eastern team by scoring late in the game to win 10-0. The gridders suffered their second straight defeat of the season on October 11. 1952. at the hands of Tennessee Tech. The " Eagles " usually effective running game was aided by a sparkling pass attack, which defeated the Richmond crew 28-14. The " Maroon " touchdowns came by Hanlon and Rice, and Oakley kicked the two extra points. Eastern ' s hot-and-cold running " Maroons " ran hot at Morehead to come from behind three times to tie the " Eagles " touchdowns and make the final score 20-20. A 31 yard pass play led to the first Eastern touchdown from the 3 by Daly. Jack Bond added the other two touchdowns on short runs and Oakley again converted. Playing one of their best games of the season, the Eastern team defeated Evans- ville 35-0 in a Homecoming Day battle. The passing of Linderman and Kidd to Rice and Winscher accounted for three scores. Others were made by Bradford. Oakley once more converted and had a perfect day by kicking five points in five attempts. JERRY JOHNS ROY KIDD DICK LAMBERT YERNON MASSINGALE ED MIRACLE BOB MULLER LARRY NORTH CARL OAKLEY A weakened and undermanned Eastern squad fought the " Hilltoppers " of Western on equal terms during the first half of a rough, wide-open game. Bad passes and fumbles proved to be the breaks Western needed to conquer the " Maroons. " Eastern ' s only score came when a Western fumble was recovered on the " Hilitopper ' s " ten yard line and quarterback Bobby Linderman passed to end. Jim Rice, for the score. Injuries and lack of manpower on the part of Eastern helped Louisville gain a 34-20 victory over the " Maroons " in the last game of the season. Both Louisville and Eastern fumbled six times with Eastern on the short end of the recoveries. As four of the " Big E " fumbles were turned into scores for Louisville, it can be seen that this was the lacking force in the game. The first Eastern tally came on an 83 yard march climaxed by a 30 yard Linderman to Rice pass play. The second score came minutes later when tackle. Dick Wilson, grabbed a " Cardinal " fumble and ran 50 yards for a touchdown. The last touchdown was made on a pass play. Linderman io Bond. The " Maroons " showed a great spirit in their last game. This is proved by the power of the defensive line to hold the Louisville eleven on the 1 yard line and on the 1 ' 2 yard line after two powerful " Cardinal " drives. All in all the " Maroons " were hampered during the entire season by such jinxes as injuries, fumbles, bad breaks, and lack of manpower. However, as usual the grid- ders showed good spirit and proved to be a formidable opponent. With the graduation of seven seniors. Coaches Samuels. Presnell. and Darling have finished spring practice with the remaining " Maroons. " The new NCAA ruling con- cerning the abandonment of the " two platoon " system has brought about much more intensive and extensive training for players who. under the new ruling, will be called upon to play the entire ball game with very few substitutions. ERNIE RIGRISH BEN SOUTHKKS CHARLIE TRUE FRKI) WIN ' SCHKR z EASTERN KENTUCKY BASKETBALL ROSTER Pa al S. McBray 1952-53 er, Coach No. Name Ht. Wt. Age Class Home Town THE FORWARDS 31 Elmer Tolson 6-5 180 22 Senior Campton, Ky. 38 Jim Bingham 6-6 187 21 Senior Pittsburgh, Pa. 33 Kenneth Davis 6-4 190 20 Junior Williamsburg, Ky. 37 Bob Mulcahy 6-2 185 21 Junior Lexington, Ky. 22 Tom Holbrook 6-1 189 20 Junior Morehead, Ky. 20 Roy Allison 6-4 176 20 Junior Fern Creek, Ky. THE CENTERS 35 Stan Stanford 6-6 194 21 Senior Norwood, Ohio 36 Jim Floyd 6-8 229 19 Sophomore Carrollton, Ky. 44 Larry Lovington 6-9 200 21 Sophomore Staten Island, N. Y. THE GUARDS 30 Bill Bales 6-2 185 21 Senior Columbus, Ohio 32 Shirley Kearns 6-1 156 21 Senior Connersville, Ky. 34 Roger Geyer 6-1 187 22 Senior Vallonia, Ind. EASTERN BASKETBALL TEAM Left to right: Roger Geyer. Shirley Kearns, Bill Bales. Bob Mulcahy. Roy Allison. Harold Fraley. Jim Bingham, Stan Stanford. Larry Lovington. Jim Floyd. Elmer Tolson. Kenneth Davis. Paul Collins. Tom Holbrook. Bob Disponnett. Paul Haney. Kneeling: Coach Paul S. MeBrayer. BASKETBALL ALL-O.V.C. The OVC Champions, the Eastern " Maroons, " placed Captain Bill Bales and high scorer. Elmer Tolson on the 1952-53 Ail-OVC basketball team, which was chosen by the coaches of the conference team during the half of the championship game of the OVC tournament in Louisville. Sine? both mem- bers of the team played ball as fresh- men, neither were eligible to play for the Eastern five in the NCAA tourna- ment held on March BILL BALES ]0 The tournament was held in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Eastern was the only Kentucky team to receive a bid to this invitational tournament. ELMER TOLSON SEASON ' S RECORD Eastern 69 Eastern 73 Eastern 93 Eastern 83 Eastern 75 Eastern 62 Eastern 69 Eastern 79 Eastern 101 Eastern 91 Eastern 83 Georgetown 41 Middle Tenn 67 Tennessee Teen . 69 V. P. 1 42 N. C. State 88 Dayton 72 Brigham Young... 67 Toledo 68 Middle Tenn 63 Louisville 85 Morehead 73 Eastern 78 Eastern 74 Eastern 68 Eastern 67 Eastern 89 Eastern 76 Eastern 95 Eastern 91 Eastern 66 Eastern 96 Eastern 68 OVC TOURNAMENT Eastern 52 Murray 43 Eastern 60 Western 70 Western 69 Murray 65 Xavier 80 LaSalle 89 Tennessee Tech. . . 67 Western 86 Morehead 69 Xavier 74 Louisville 68 Murray 68 Dayton 73 Bill Bales Jim Bingham Roger Geyer SEASON ' S RESUME Coach Paul, " the big Irishman. " McBrayer lived up to his usual campaign by challenging any national power that was interested in playing his team. The 1952-53 season found the " Maroons " playing such powers as Dayton, Brigham Young. Xavier, Louisville. North Carolina State, and ever powerful Western. In his seventh season at Eastern and his twenty-second year of coaching. Coach McBrayer won 15 of 23 games to boost his record at the college to 117 victories in 166 games with many outstanding national teams. The " Maroons " won 9 games against only one loss in conference play to win the OVC seasonal championship and win a bid to the NCAA tournament in Ft. Wayne. Incl. The single loss was to Western. Shirley Kearns Stan Stanford Elmer Tolson Roy Allison Kenneth Davis Al Doherty The Maroons were also runners-up to the Western " Hilltoppers " in the OVC tournament held in Louisville February 26-28. In this tournament the Eastern five matched Murray ' s slow brand of ball during the semi-finals to beat them 52-43. The finals saw the " Maroons " go down in defeat to the Western rebounding and long floor shots by the score of 70-60. Without the able services of Captain Bill Bales and high scorer, Elmer Tolson. the charges of Coach McBrayer journeyed to Fl. Wayne to take part in the NCAA tournament on March 10. The lack of these two hindered the " Maroons ' " unsually fine game and consequently the Richmond team suffered their first NCAA tournament defeat at the hands of Notre Dame by 72-57. This was the first time in the history of the school that an Eastern basketball team had received such a bid, and more are expected with such teams as Coach Paul McBrayer produces. Jim Floyd Tom Holbrook Bob Mulcahy FRESHMAN SQUAD First row: Jimmy Tolliver. Ronnie Pellegrinon, George Francis. Pat Hickey. Second row: Linvillc Reed, manager. Bill Florence, Bill Yeager. Bobby Whitaker. Jack Adams, Coach Russell •Buddy " Roberts. Under the watchful eye of former Eastern " Maroon " Buddy Roberts, the freshman quintet, playing a limited schedule of only nine games came out the victor in eight of these battles. Their superior rebounding, shooting, and floor play enabled the fresh- man five to conquer every team they played except Georgetown at Georgetown. In the return game at Eastern. Georgetown was soundly beaten by the " Little Maroons. " BASEBALL TEAM WmA First row: Mike Short. John Robey. Rudy Bicknell. Brian Gibbs. Jimmy Odle. " Jake " Rutledge. Second row: Don Richardson. Chuck Hertzer, Ed Miracle. Tom McAnallen. Ron Finley, Roy Kidd, John Delaney. Coach Charles T. " Turkey " Hughes. Third row: Ed McNabb. manager. Buddy Watson. Howard Gracey. Don Feltner, West Spain. Charlie White. Johnny Allison. With a split record of 8-8, the " Maroon " nine won the Eastern division of the OVC. They met Western, winner of the western division, in the playoffs and were defeated for the 1952 crown two games out of three by the " Hilltoppers. " The scores were Eastern-4 Western-3. Westein-1 Eastern-0. and Western-9 Eastern-4. EASTERN TRACKMEN MiVl First row: John Paul Jones, Franklin Alliston Gordon Fleck. Don Little, Gene Adkins. Jack Jones, Clay Moore. Coach Fred Darling. Second row: Harry Holder. Ralph Perry. J im Hanlon, Henry Mayo. Bill Bradford. Bill Vendl. Third row: Tom Sammons, Chuck Schmitl. Jim Bingham. Ray Lindenfelser. The " Maroon " trackmen of Eastern ran their season ' s record to six wins before bowing out in their final meet to Tennessee Tech. Before this meet the track team of Coach Fred Darling had run their record of two seasons to twelve straight wins. In the OVC meet at Cookeville, Tennessee, the 1952 team placed fourth. EASTERN NETMEN wsr First row: Bob Rankin. Harold Roop. Second row: Don Augsback. Paul Trieschman, Karl Jones. The Eastern Netmen achieved an impressive season ' s record in their 1952 season. The netters won all of 14 matches and in the OVC meet finished second in team play and won the doubles crown through the efforts of Don Auesback and Karl Jones. EASTERN MERMEN First row: Hugh Brooks. Gene Ray Tompkins. Gordon Fleck. Don Combs. Paul Smith. Second row: Jesse Reed. Kenneth Durham. Jim Daly, Charles Cronin, Bobby Suavely. Third row: Bill Vend), Johnny Nolanci, Doug Hoffman, Nick DeSantis, manager. Although the Eastern mermen were not all able to swim in every meet, the swimmers gained an impressive season ' s record of 4 wins and 6 losses. They were matched against some of the best swimmers in the country and proved a match for any of them. With more emphasis placed on this sport every year, the mermen are looking forward to an even better season next year. GIRLS ' HOCKEY TEAM The girl ' s hockey team under the leadership of Mrs. Charlotte McGuire had a record of 1-1-1 for their 1952 season. Over thirty girls were present for the daily 4-5 practices. In this, the roughest of women ' s sports, the girls become accustomed to the hardships of bruises and skinned knees in their enthusiasm for the sport. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL TEAM Sprained ankles, skinned knees, and bruises are a near necessity for gaining proficiency in the art of playing the game of girls ' basketball. The " Maroonettes " won 3 games and lost 3 games in their 1952-53 season. CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Barbara Patterson, freshman. " Dece " Daniel, sophomore. Hugh Brooks junior, " Fou " Tanner, junior. " Lolly " Ellis, senior. The different " Maroon " teams had the complete support of the student body during the 1952-53 season due to the efforts of the five " noisemakers " known as the cheerleaders. The four girls and one boy led the Eastern fans in producing a great spirit which enabled the " Maroon " basketball team to win the OVC championship. I ■ sop owo RtS s ? Column 1: Billie Ballard, Richmond; Douglas Hibbard. Covington; Janice Treadway, Barbourville; John Seale. Booneville. Column 2: Ronnie Johnson, Pineville; Jimmie Sue Bateman. Barbourville: Arthur Combs, Whitesburg; Norma Tevis. Richmond. Column 3: Gayleen Sells. Louisville; William Hensley, Harlan; Geraldine Chandler. Pineville; Chester Lee Raker. Carrollton. Column 4: Merrill Lee Patrick, Cynlhiana; Alva Fraley, Ashland; Janet Hibbard, Cumberland; Dorothy Thomas. Paris. Column 5; Thelma Parke. Richmond; Richard Smith. Glasgow: Nancy Rickey. Cincin- nati, Ohio; John B Shoemaker. Evarts. Column 6: James Humphrey, Georgetown; Polly Jenkins. Whitesburg; Dale Rice, Richmond; Thresea Hamon. Danville. Column 7: Dale Woodson. Winchester; Everett Bickers, Jr., Campbellsburg: Billie Davis. Richmond: Kenneth Durham. Richmond. SOPHOMORES ™ ml ' Column 1: Joan Rose Scholle, Covinglon; Earl Eugene Jones. Ironlon, Ohio; Mary Joann Cruce, Marion; Don Jelt, Richmond. Column 2: James Rice, Hampton; Peggy Anderson. Stanford; Chester A. Greynolds. Loyall; Wanda Faye Brown. Mt. Sterling. Column 3: Denyse Campbell, Maysville; John L. Simpson. Crab Orchard; Eva Ruth Haden. Richmond; Harry B. Stigall. Danville. Column 4: Claude M. Hubbard. Pineville; Sara E. Conn. Paint Lick; John D. Shugars. Louisville; Phyllis Piper, Covington. Column 5: Janice Nadine Burton. Dayton. Ohio; Claude Barlow. West Somerset: Marlene Young. London; Doug Huber. Covington. Column 6: Holly Chilton. Harrodsburg; Patricia E. Perkins. Danville; Glenn Brown. Yeager; Georgia Williams. Harlan. Column 7: Marty Lou Lefevers. Kettle Island; Roger Kieth Howard, Insull; Peggy D. Shackleford, Parksville; Rudy Bicknell. Panola. Column 1: Robert Metcalf, Lancaster; Frances Wilburn. Grayson; Virginia Emery, Lejunior; Jane Gregory, Hazard. Column 2: Ruby Holbrook. Pine Ridge; Harlan Whitaker. Celvah; John Gray. Central City; Billy Calvin Tracy, Richmond. Column 3: Charlie True. Covington; Beverly Wilson. Richmond: Martha Ann Thorn- ton, Lebanon; Betty Maupin. Berea. Column 4: Jon Becker. Butler; Billie Jean Dixon. Irvine; Delia Hamilton. Falmouth; Karl Bays, Corbin. Column 5: Leslie Purdom, Gravel Switch; Dorothy Cracly, Louisville; Carolyn Gab- bard. Arjay; Edith Ann Taylor. Covington. Column 6: Janice Halliday. Louisville; Chester Easterling, Neon; Marye Alice Cart- mill, Mt. Sterling; Oris Glen Johnson, Vallonia. Ind. Column 7: Jessee Keltner. Somerset; Wilma Holman, Wisemantown; Harold Fraley. Green; Virginia Hill. Williamsburg. SOPHOMORES Aflntfi.;: m . ' mt .M 4 T Colunm 1: Betty Louise Gullady. Winchester; Logan Adams. Culshin; June E. Peter- man. Louisville; Don Hall. Pineville. Column 2: Leon Dudley Ball. Harlan; Emma Stollings Hogg. Hazard; William Baldwin. Richmond; Fannie Newby. Valley View. Column 3: Doris Ann Hicks. Sardis; Gene Flynn. Somerset; Emma Lou Asbury. Kenvir; Vencil Delano Engle. Alva. Column 4: James Robert Winn, Leilchfield; Clifford Davis. Calvin; Edwin Dale, Louisville; Edna Blanton. Wallins Creek. Column 5: Patricia Ann Caldwell. Waynesburg; Joe Shelton, Junction City; Peggy Kraus, Louisville; Russell Maxwell Ross, Cottonburg. Column 6: Pat Bell. Pine Knot; Laura Lou Rogers, Maysville; Joe Charles Valen- tour. Stearns; Waverly Berry, Warsaw, Ind. Column 7 Martha E. Applegate. Tollesboro; Delman L. Plummer, Greenup; Dean Rubarts. Dunnville; Paul Clayton, Jr.. North Middletown. - y T f Column 1: David Arthur Caylor. New Albany. Ind.; Wanda Matthews, Cynthiana; Wm. Ronald Long, Newport; William C. Doan, Cynthiana. Column 2: Helen Jane Snowden. Winchester; Frankie Olclfield. Mize; Virginia Durbin. Lexington; Marvin N. McDonald. Waco. Column 3: Pat Dale. Mt. Sterling; Patricia Sue Goble. Prestonsburg; Herbert D. Nidiffer, Tribbey; Paul B. Hughes, Richmond. Column 4: Sue Carrol Lewis. East Bemstadt; Jesse Lee Reed. Bowen; Betty Jean Curry, Valley View; James E. Allen. Salyersville. Column 5: Paul Wireman, Royallon; Lennie Land. Lancaster; Lowell Sallee. Rich- mond; William L. Reed. Salyersville. Column 6; Hazel Evans. Grayson; Gene Paul Taylor. Stanford; Margaret Bolin. Bar- bourville; Ernie Rigrish. Portsmouth. Ohio. Column 7: Nick Desantis. Asbury Park. N. J.: Lavern Stephens. Jabez; James B. Ford. Somerset; Paul Greene. Ashland. SOPHOMORES C$ ( % ft ift ft 4 r? f " | fir ? y ft? Column 1: Roger Stephens. Gapville; Laura Elizabeth Todd. Richmond; Robert Wm. Muller. Amityville. N. Y.; Lenore Lou Miracle. Artemus. Column 2: Joann Blakely. Louisville; Dannie Deren Grant, Insull; Alice Salisbury. Richmond; James Thomas Sammons. Raceland. Column 3: Jim Allender. Falmouth; Anita Ann Lanktord. Lebanon; Larry Lovington. Staten Island. N. Y.; Marianne Durrelt. Danville. Column 4: Vera Helen Emery. Lejunior: Thomas Howell. Loyall; Nancie Stone. Gray- son; Franklin D. Elliston. Middlesboro. Column 5: Bobby Leon Rose. Winston; Betty Brett Ogden. Winchester; Ralph Martin Rutledge. Ironton. Ohio; Betty Lewis. Ravenna. Column 6: Peggy Chandler. Louisville; James Earl Caudill, Wesl Liberty; Doris Slyvania Marcum. Lynch; Grover Farrell Fannin. Index. Column 7: Bobby Dezarn. College Hill; Bonnie Fairchild. Salyersville; William W. Ball, Pineville, Delores Daniel, Ashland. •9- ■ " y i7 CTf. f fZ Column 1: Malhias Williams. Jr.. Path Fork: Dixie Trapp. Butler; Ernest Durham. Jr.. Richmond: Mary Lee Deal. Wheelwright. Column 2: Wilma June Wagel. Brooksville; Clarence M. Noland. Richmond: Sarah Lois Spence. Sturgeon; Gerald Lee Points. Dry Ridge. Column 3: Wayne T. Tipton. Clay City; Sophie Juliane Wiedekamp. Ashland: William Palahunich, McKees Rocks. Pa.; Madge Evelyn Gambill. Paintsville. Column 4: Ruby F. Tipton. Vilas. N. C: Ralph G. Perry. Lawrenceburg: Dorothy Virginia McPhail. Irvine: Fred Winscher. Covington. Column 5: Karrol Lee Switzer, Cynthiana; Ethel Florine Guy. Nicholasville: Robert Hatfield. Connellsville, Pa.; Elsie Ballard. Irvine. Column 6: Sue Ann Hodges, Alva; Blaine Cox Martin. Wayland; Norma Faye Simms. Waynesburg; Asa Louis Hord. Richmond. Column 7: Glover Walter Spencer. Martin: Betty Jane Rinesmith. Paris: David Rich monri Hereford. Preslonsburg: Juanita Litteral. Wilhurst. SOPHOMORES I hJTA 5 i 1 -? ' p ? £ JB I Column 1: Bobby Gene Disponett. Lawrenceburg; Janet Arden Campbell. Dayton: Clyde Combs, Orkney: Jeanette Bunch. Winchester. Column 2: Alice Reynolds, Nicholasville; Walker Million Parke. Union City; Kathe- rine Shepherd. Campbellsburg; Harry Smiley. Cynthiana. Column 3: Shannon Hatter. Yosemite; Joe Ann Goins. Berea; Paul Collins. Mayslick; Wanda Litteral, Wilhurst. Column 4: Yvonne Edwards. Danville; Robert Levi Roby, Shepherdsville: Alice Jean Turner. Shelbyville; Bobby Glenn Gibbs. Lothair. Column 5: Violet Dean Barnott. Weeksbury; Lillie Mae Reed. Ravenna; Ben David Southers. Ashland; Wanda Kincer. Neon. Column 6: Richard Jerome Wright, Falmouth; Carl Edwin Oakley. Corbin; Grace Reynolds. Buckhorn; James Floyd, Jr., Carrollton. Column 7: Don Daly. Covington: Jane F. Parker. Somerset; Edward Wehrle, Berea; Ina Claire Anderson, Willow Run, Mich. w ,utARir ■ ■ Left to right. First row: Cadet Lt. Col. Billie E. Searles. vice-president; Cadet Lt. Col. Robert L. Elder, secretary; Lt. Col. Alden Hatch, sponsor; Cadet Col. Donald L. Fields, president; Cadet Major William A. Greynolds. treasurer. Second row: Young. Fraley. Garrett. Gravett. Elliot. Spicer. Ware. Margaritas, Whittington. Third row: McKinley. Bond. Wilson. Baldwn. Caudill. Murphy. Finley. Gaither. Rolph. Flanary. Fourth row: Noland. Greene. Smith, Doty, White. Campbell. Shell. Bryant. Buckley. Fifth row: Hayne. Hendricks. Miller. Cook. Reed, North. Perkins. Curry. Adams. Schmitt, Moore. KNIGHTS OF THE ARTILLERY " We, the students of the advanced ROTC Corps of Eastern State College, appreciating the advantages to be derived from an association which will give us social contact with one another in a military atmos- phere and which will promote an interest in and an appreciation of the ROTC Corps . . . " Colonel Alden O. Hatch Assistant P M S T Col. Hatch is a graduate of tin- University of Utah. During the Second World War he was an in- structor of tactics at the Field Ar- tillery School. In the Far East Command he was with the 1st Cav- alry Division and was Chief of the 9th Testing Team. He commanded the 61st Field Artillery Battalion in Korea and served as Operations and Security Officer of the Japan Replacement and Training Center. Floyd B. Beach Master Sergeant Paul R. Huber Sergeant First Class Colonel Stuart L. Cowles P M S T Colonel Cowles is a graduate of The Field Artillery School. The Command and General Staff School. The Armed Forces Staff College, and the United States Military Academy. During World War II he served in the Artillery Sections of the Sixth and Tenth Armies in the Pacific and as Com- manding Officer of the 420th Field Artillery Group on Okinawa. ARMY STAFF Major Robert J. McDonough Assistant P M S T Major McDonough is a graduate of The Officers Advance Course. at Fort Sill. Oklahoma, and of The University of Notre Dame. He served as Naval Gunfire Spotter ;n the European and Pacific theaters during World War II and in the Army of Occupation in Germany and Australia. J Bayliss E. Patterson Sergeant First Class Robert A. Simmons Master Sergeant Reuben L. Ritter Sergeant Cadet Colonel Donald L. Fields Corps Commander Cadet Lieut. Colonel Robert L. Elder Corps Executive Officer Cadet Major William A. Greynolds Corps Adjutant CORPS STAFF Cadet Captain John H. Delaney Corps S2, S3 Cadet Captain Michael Margaritis Corps S4 Patricia Rickey Corps Sponsor „adet Major Richard H. Whittington Bn. Executive Officer Blanche McCoun Battalion Sponsor Cadet Captain Robert L. Garrett Battalion Adjutant FIRST BATTALION STAFF Cadet Captain Gerwood B. Gravett Battalion S2 Cadet Captain Archie L. Ware Battalion S3 Cadet Captain Carl E. White Battalion S4 Cadet Lieut. Colonel Billie E. Searls Battalion Commander tiiiifci BATTERY A Cadel Captain Robert A. Spicer Battery Commander Carlene Babbs Battery Sponsor Cadet 1st Lieut. Charles W. Schmitt Battery Executive Cadet 2nd Lieut. William V. Smith Ass ' t Executive Cadet 2nd Lieut. Jack N. Shell Platoon Leader Cadet 2nd Lieut. Harry D. Wilson Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Marion P. White Platoon Leader Cadet 2nd Lieut. Charles W. Miller Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Clarence M. Noland Acting 1st Sergeant fr IP BATTERY B Cadet Captain Dece Daniel Bruce Fraley Battery Sponsor Battery Commander Cadet 1st Lieut. Hubert Lovelt Battery Executive Cadet 2nd Lieut. Calvin C. Smith Ass ' t Executive Cadet 2nd Lieut. Cadet 2nd Lieut. David J. Thornton Jesse L. Reed Ass ' t Executive Platoon Leader Cadet 2nd Lieut. Frank R. Nassida Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Cadet 2nd Lieut. James M. Caudill Stanton C. Young Howard E. Haney Fred C. Hendricks Platoon Leader Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. Acting 1st Sergeant BATTERY A Left to right. First row: Durham, Shell. Schmitt, Noland, Wilson, Spicer, Smith. Jones. White. Miller. Second row: Keltner, Tolliver. Dosch, Adams, Cooper, Moore, Carmony. Morrey. Third row: Baker. Perry. Jasper. Bell. Vaughn, Burch, Ramey, Long. Fourth row: Johnson, Florence. Brown, Gilreath, Johnson, Boone, Brutscher, Robinson. Fifth row: Collins, Morris, Ratliff. Ramsdell, Taylor, Ballard, Bradford. Sixth row: Clayton. Ball. Hubbard. Feltner, Adams. White. Hester. Seventh row: Massey, Holliday, Hart. Lane. Payne. Florence, Brock. BATTERY B Left to right. First row: Gibbs, Haney, Young, Hendricks. Reed, Smith. Fraley. Lovett, Caudill, Thornton. Nassida, Bryant. Second row: Ballard. Harnille. McDowell. Plummer. Northcutt. Pipes. Paynter. Humphrey, Huber, King. Third row: Kilburn. Thompson, Spradlin, Durham, Breeding. Hord. Long. Gatson. Osborne. Fourth row: Combs. Hord, Rose. Frederick. Eagle. Witt. Tolson. Switzer, Bicknell. Dezarn. Fifth row: Fields. Spurlock, Biggs, Haney, Cassada, Brown, Reach. Reynolds. Ford. Sixth row: Alexander. Schneider. Wells. Millis. Disponett. Haye. Irwin. Rose, Cronin. Carrington. r 9. 31 1 Cadet Major James W. Kirby Bn. Executive Officer Laura Ellis Battalion Sponsor Cadet Captain Douglas M. Gaither Battalion Adjutant SECOND BATTALION STAFF f3 Cadet Captain Robert J. Pinson Battalion S2 Cadet Captain Clay P. Moore Battalion S3 Cadet Captain Donald C. Little Battalion S4 " • Cadet Lieut. Colonel Harry L. Elliott Battalion Commander T :- a- ' t -art £c i k . ' : - BATTERY C Cadet Captain Carrol Melburg Jack C. Bond Battery Sponsor Batterv Commander Cadet 1st Lieut. John B. Flanary Battery Executive Cadet 2nd Lieut. James C. Murphy Ass ' t Executive Cadet 2nd Lieut. Noland Y. Baldwin Platoon Leader Cadet 2nd Lieut. Larry H. North Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Thomas A. Holbrook Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Charles J. Ginn Platoon Leader Cadet 2nd Lieut. Paul D. Greene Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Robert L. Mulcahy Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Albert Perkins Acting 1st Sergeant BATTERY D Cadet Captain Phyllis Rollins William E. Adams Battery Sponsor Battery Commander Cadet 1st Lieut. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Richard Lambert Fallen Campbell Battery Executive Ass ' t Executive Cadet 2nd Lieut. Robert Buckley Platoon Leader Cadet 2nd Lieut. Cadet 2nd Lieut. Paul L. Rolph Jesse McKinley Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. Platoon Leader Cadet 2nd Lieut. Henry T. Doty Ass ' t Platoon Ldr. %- a „ ? . y TA ' : T if if ir « £ ? BATTERY C Left to right. First row: Snavely. Murphy, Baldwin, Greene, Flanary, Bond. Holbrook. North, Mulcahy. Ginn, Perkins. Second row: Reaguer, Mayberry. Brooks. Clifford, Alexander. Lenderman. Morrison, Rigrish. Metcalf. Porter. Third row: Groh. Lackey, Grable, Hardin. Judy. Nidiffer, Rawling. Cummins. Trout. Fourth row: Lay. Robinette. Nichols. Parke. Taylor. Shugars. Senn. Norris. Bands. Smith. Fifth row: Rice. Jett, Dale. Baumgartle. Pellegrinon. Baldwin. McNees. Jacobs. Caudill. Sixth row: Marcum. Fraley, Elkin, Whitaker. Schwartz. White. McGhee. Carly, Seale. Seventh row: Fannin. Elliston. BATTERY D Left to right. First row: Cury. McKinley. Doty. Buckley. Arthur. Adams. Lambert. Curry, Rolph. Campbell, Finley. Second row: Snow. Young, Rose. Littrell. Oldfield. Ratliff. Arvin, Zimmerman. Third row: Howell. Fleenor. Winn. Zweigart. Withrow. Smiley. Spencer, Shugars. Fourth row: Williams. Coffman. Tompkins. Harper. Dunbar. Ball, Gayheart. Rutledge, Dale. Fifth row: Brown. Thompson. Sammons, Barlow. Begley. Murphy. Elliot. Smith. Patrick. Sixth row: Scalf. Peddicord. Napier. Wright. Mclntyre. Murphy, Johnson. Music. Seventh row: Roby, Kolakowski. Buchanan. Meyer. McElfresh, Seale. Isom. Biliter. Left to right, First row: Reed. Durham. Long. Cury, Smiley. Fields, Caudill. Second row: Perkins. Caudill. Campbell, Johnson, Bicknell, Fannin. Elliston. Third row: White. Hensley, Gibbs. Dezarn. McKinley. Howell, Roby. Fourth row: Coffman, Reynolds. Osborne. Seale, Re?ch, Murphy. Ford. Fifth row: Nichols. Begly, Barlow. Baldwin. Young. King. Patrick. DRILL TEAM Left to right First row: Gaither, Kirby. Whittington (student manager i. Reed. Rolph. Second row: Snow Kilburn, Boone, Mclntyre, Bicknell, Dale. Third row: Northcutt, Schneider. Begley. Hord. Brooks. RIFLE TEAM The rifle team led by freshman. Ray Mclntyre. and seniors. Douglas Gaither and Jim Kirby participated in matches through the months of January. February, and March. The results are listed below. Eastern 1.797 Eastern 1.797 Eastern 1.743 Eastern won by default Eastern won by default Eastern 1.638 Eastern 1.680 Eastern 1.737 Eastern 1,751 University of Florida 1.857 Xavier University 1,785 Virginia Military Institute 1.869 Bowling Green University Gannon College Temple University 1.801 Western 1.710 Western 1.710 St. Bonaventure 1.903 1 IIP . r : njnJMI JH " ¥ Blttss 1 i " - m £ © MYRA JEAN WALTON I i UISE F. STEWART WENDELL L DENNI3 FARRIS DEAN ROSE CHARLES MARSHALL RUTH E ANDERSON JOHN PHILIP MAYER Stanford Ambridge. Pa. ROBERT T. WHITE MARGERY DE HART Portsmouth, Ohio Covington MARLENE TRACY MARY LOU MC KESHAN Richmond Grays Knob JAMES H. TRENT Wit M. HORNBUCKLE Whitesburg Ashland JAMES M. CLIFTON MAE JEAN HAMMONS Barbourville Stanlord JAMES D. COLLINS DOUGLAS SCALF Harlan Pikev.lle JOHN WESLEY COMBS ROBT. A, WHirTINGTON Whitesburg Richmond DORIS M. ARMSTRONG JACK ADAMS Lawrenceburg Pittsburg JIMMY TUCKER JAMES H. BROWN Neon Whitesburg JUNITA LOSEY BOBBY W. ROBINSON Newport Richmond ALMA DEAN HUDNALL DIANA MILLER OSCAR D. HOWARD I v LI A % 1 £Tl T J» m JAMES CECIL OSBORNE Harlan JAMES RrCHARD WELLS Mt. Sterling JOHNNY MACHAL Mt. Vernon JANE VARBLE Louisville D. J. QUISENBERRY Winchester BETTYE J. CHRI3TTAN Middlesboro RICHARD LEE NORRIS Louisville JAMES CURTRIGHT Manstore KENNETH R. SMITH Somerset WM. ERWIN JAYNE Paintsville RUTH MC WHORTER Tynen EURMA, JEAN SHOUN Somerset KATHERINE AKERS Lancer CAROL DEANE BAKER Gray Hawk EDWARD EARL FOWLER Richmond WADE BROCK Coalgood WALLACE RHEA NAPIER Hazard WILLIAM L. SHODOAN Somerset BARBARA ANN COMBS Orkney JEANNENE FRALEY Sanc ' yhook MARY LAKE MC ELROY Springfield MARY SHE REECE Oak Ridge. Tenn. GEORGE COVER Cla.vmont. Delaware CARL R. WENDEROTH Dayton HOMER RANSDELL Hinton ALBERT L. MARTIN Florence CHRISTINA CALLAS Ashland JOSEPHINE ANN PACK St. Albans. W. Va. MARY JO ISAAC Cumberland PEGGY JOANN BROWN Ashland RICHARD THOS. JACOBS Cynthiana ARTHUR GENE ROBBINS Callaway FRESHMEN THOMAS R. FULLER Andrews BOBBY RAWLINGS Sharpsburg JOYCE LAWSON Paintlick GLENN E. REYNOLDS Waynesburg JAMES H. FLORENCE Lexington LARRAINE DENNISON PaintsviUc RAY McINTIRE Ashland CHARLES SNAVELY Pineville JOHNNIE TAPP Harrodsburg EVERLY M. WHEELER Elkfork JETTA LEE EDWARDS Somerset KELCIE ROSS Irvine RAMONA J. STEPHENS Independence ALTA LINDON Gillmore WILLIAM G. CAMPBELL Richmond JAMES R. FLEENOR McRoberts ROGER L. ALEXANDER Owingsville WENDELL CAUDILL Salyersville LARRY JOE JAMES Grayson WILMA SUE COLLINS Deane MILDRED WHITE Perryville SADIE BENTLEY Millstone BOBBY L. MC DOWELL Mt. Olivet JAMES EDW. COLEMAN Somerset CHARLES A. HARRIS Harlan WADE LEO HOPKINS Mt. Vernon CHARLES KILBURN Elias BETTY ANN MC COWAN Richmond JIM PERRY West Liberty ROBERT E. BILITER Martin DOROTHY P. SLETTVET Newcastle, Ind. JOHN MARCUS HELM Richmond FLOYD WHITAKER Frankfort R. G. PELLEGRINON Portsmouth, O. KATHERINE JOHNSON Winchester BETTY DELORES PACK Paintsville BESSIE JEAN DAILY Dover, N. H. LILLIAN R. MARCUM Manchester BOBBY JOE SPRADLING Prestonsburg BOBBY GENE ROY Pathlork PAUL CLAY SMITH Gray Hawk LINVILLE GALE REED Bowen SUE ANNE SEALE Revena GEORGE FRANCIS. JR. Wiscoal JUNE ASH Louisville ELEANOR MERKLEIN Louisville BOB BOLIN Prestonsburg STEVE ROBBINS Richmond CARL CUMMINS Harrodsburg GLENN R. ROBERTS Hule SUE LYONS Mt. Vernon LOUADA JOHNSON Hustonville ATHALENE CORNETT McKee BETTY M KEG AN Jenkins STEPHEN HAZELWOOD Pittsburgh, Pa. ESTEN ALVIN WEBB Somerset AUBREY MILLS Rella I1XIA.M STEWART Covington SHIRLEY J. EVERSOLE Covington MARY J. CAMPBELL Pineville CORA HENSLEY Sibert JOHN DAVID GOBLE Prestonsburg VERNON FREDERICK Barbourville JAMES MORTON DAILEY Winchester 132 FRESHMEN GRANT H. 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WALTER ALFRED RICE Covington JO ANN MC REYNOLDS Molas TOBY SHARON WELLS Wayland PATRICIA ANN RUBY Ashland ROSALYN RUSSELL Ashland CHARLES R. CRONIN H inmondsville, O. PAUL FRANKLIN SENN Louisville JIMMY DUNBAR W.nchester ROBERT W. BROWN Irondale, Ohio BARBARA WAGGONER Grayson MARGARET CREECH Pine Ridge BETTY LOU CURETON Seco RUBY STEPHENSON Newport ROBERT D. GILREATH Smithtown WM. RUSSELL BANDS Ashland WILLIAM L. BALL Male CHARLES E. BROWN Highsplint CAROLYN CARTER Louisa MARY LOUISE LINV1LLE Mi. Vernon MARY LEE RITTER FRANCES ELOISE MLLAN Wallins BILL W. BOLTON Corbin WILLIAH DOSCH Bellevue JOHN TIMMERMAN Louisville WM. J. BURCHWELL Seco PEGGY A. CAMPBELL Hazard CAROLYN JANE GILVIN Sharpsburg r Q x% PAULINE MILLS Plat Lick BETTY JIM ROSS Richmond JAMES DONALD MOORE Phoebus. Va. LEWIS COOPER Valley Station BEN F. HORD Louisville GEORGE ELLIOTT Somerset LOYD JASPER Somerset MARTHA ANN FLYNN Irvine JO RENE MC KENDRICK Lr.yall RONNIE CARMONY Pineville PAUL CRABLE Eascter DWIGHT JONES Oak Hill. Ohio SHIRLEY TAYLOR Cynthiana WILLIAM J. ROBERTS Danville MARY HELEN PLANERY Levi THOM MC ELPRESH Brooksville JIMMIE JOHNSON Bypro VIRGINIA ANN SHARP WILLIAM GAYHEART Hazard DENNY LEE BEELER Lebanon Junction DAVID KENNETH KELLY Van Lear JAMES B. BROWN Mt. Vernon SHIRLEY ANN ZABEL Louisv.lle RUTH L. HENDERSON Paintlick DELORES SAMSON Ashland FREEDA WAGGONER New Albany. Ind. PAUL B. ROARK Welchburg WENDELL McHARGUE Pine Hill JOHNNY MARTIN Berea JAMES SPARKS Winchester D J. FREUDENBERGER Louisville WANDA COX Winchester FRESHMEN AO l »H» STBATlOM WENDELL P. BUTLER Superintendent of Public Instruction Ex-Officio Chairman W E. BLACKDURN Pikeville, Ky. JOHN S. JUETT Williamstown. Ky. CECIL C. SANDERS Lancaster. Ky. A. C. JONES Harlan. Ky. BOARD OF REGENTS The members of the Board of Regents are outstanding business and professional men who yet find time to serve the college well. The stu- dents are always glad to see them on the campus. PRESIDENT W. F. O ' DONNELL " He is friendly to the students. " " Never forgets a name, freshman or senior. " Quotations such as these express the student ' s admiration for President O ' Donnell. His friendly attitude and his understanding sympathy has won him a place in every graduate ' s memory. The students consider him not only the President of their college but a friend at all times. His fore- sight into a better tomorrow will continue to lead Eastern in a growing direction. President O ' Donnell, Eastern and her students salute you! DEANS DEAN WILLIAM J. MOORE A warm smile plus an always kind word can best describe Dean Moore to the typical Eastern student. Dean Moore is probably best known for his tireless effort in helping the student arrange to meet the requirements for his own individual con- tract. The Dean ' s office is one of welcoming atmosphere and where each person frequents in his four year stay on campus. DEAN EMMA Y. CASE DEAN CHARLES A. KEITH Dean Case has given able direc- tion to the activities of women at Eastern. In her friendliness and genuine interest in each girl, she shows her conscientious effort to enlarge and improve the life of the Eastern co-ed. Eastern is most fortunate in hav- ing one of the best known men throughout Kentucky on its faculty staff Dean Keith, a Rhodes scholar, makes a picturesque figure around campus and one who has won the respect and admiration of every student that has ever come into contact with him. Melvin E. Maltox Registrar Noel B. Cuff Director of Personnel G. M. Brock Business Agent ADMINISTRATION Richard A. Edwards Principal of Elementary Training School 9 r i 11 s- M MM f2 Edith Mcllvaine Supcrrisor 0 Cafeteria J. Donland Coates D. J. Carty W. A. Ault Principal of Director of Superintendent of Model High School Public Relations Buildings and Grounds E. P. McConnell Bookkeeper A. B. Carter Agriculture Meredith J. Cox Chemistry Fred P. Gile William J. Moore Commerce H. H. LaFuze Biology D. T. Ferrell Education Roy B. Clark English Janet Murbach Romance Languages L. G. Kennamer Geograplnj HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS Charles A. Keith History Mary King Burrier Home Economics Ralph Whalin Industrial Arts Mathematics Colonel Stuart L. Cowles Military Science .James E. VanPeursem Music Charles T. Hughes Physical Education Ph ysics 149 Kerney Adams History Gertrude Hood Physical Education Clifton Basye Physics Virginia Blackburn Secondary Education Keith Brooks English Pearl Buchanan English Virgil Burns Government Jane Campbell Music Ronald Carley Music Richard Chrisman Commerce J. D. Coates Education Fred Darling Physical Education James H. Davis Industrial Arts Mary Dickerson Library J. T. Donis History ISO FACULTY Pi %Mmtm Richard A. Edwards Education Fred A. Engle Education Dean Gatwood Art Anna Gill Commerce William L. Keene English G. M. Gumberl Visual Education Thomas C. Hurndon Chemistry Annie Alvis Elementary Education William Hopp Biology Saul Hounchel] English Richard E. Jaggers Education Mable Jennings Elementary Education Presley M. Grise English Cora Lee Secondary Education Clyde Lewis History jj CV Paul McBrayer Physical Education Alvin McGlasson Mathematics Charlote McGuire Physical Education Alex Mcllvaine Com?7ierce Mary Frances McKinney Geography Mary Meixner Art Mrs. Lester Miller Library Margaret Moberly Commerce Willie Moss Home Economics Glenn Presnell Physical Education Ellen Pugh Elementary Education Horace W. Raper History R. R. Richards Commerce Harold Rigby Secondary Education John D. Rowlett Industrial Arts FACULTY Ruby Rush Secondary Education Tom C. Samuels Physical Education Mamie West Scott Elementary Education Blanche Seevers Music Cleo Stamper Library William Stocker Agriculture Thomas Stone Music Virginia Story Elementary Ed ication William H. Tarwater Music Ida Pearl Teater Secondary Education Broun E. Telford Music Mrs. Julian Tyng Education Vasile M. Venetlozzi Music Victor Venetlozzi English Samuel Walker Mathematics William D. Ward Education Mrs. Guy Whitehead Library A. L. Whitt Biology A. L. Wickersham .Secondary Education Elizabeth Wilson Elementary Education Germania Wingo Elementary Education STAFF t) o First row, left to right: Mrs. L. A. Abrams. House Mother. Buys ' Dorm; Mrs Maybelle Allen, Assistant to the Bookkeeper; Mrs. Ann Cunningham. Clerk. Business Office; Mrs. Rachel Duncan. Clerk, Extension Division; Mrs. Amber Durham. Cashier, Cafeteria. Second row: Mrs. Frankie Deniston, Secretary. Alumni Office; Mrs. J. W. Hill. Assistant Director Cafeteria; Kathleen Justice, Stenographer, Personnel Office; Mrs. Norma Lewallen. Clerk Typist. Business Office; Mrs. L. E. Musick. House Mother. Staleland. Third row: Mrs. Helen Perry. Assistant to Director of Personnel; Alma Reed. Secretary to Director of In-Service Education; Mrs. Dorothy Switzer. Secretary, Business Office; Mrs. Marjorie Wiggens. Clerk. Bookkeeper ' s Office; Mrs. W. C. Younce, Secretary, Department of Music. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION President Edward Gabbard. ' 46 Lexington. Ky. First Vice President Hover V. . Ramsey, ' 39 Whitley City, Ky. Second Vice President Mary K. Ingels. ' 37 Cynthiana, Ky. Evecutive Secretary Mary F. McKinney. ' 21 Richmond. Ky. President-Elect Otuell Rankin, ' 38 Erlanger, Ky. First Vice President-Elect Ida Pearl Teater, ' 47 Richmond. Ky. Second Vice President-Elect Norman MeGuffey, ' 49 Waynesburg, Ky. Member- At-Large Paul R. Bunton. ' 48 Lexington, Ky. - ORGANISATIONS MILESTONE STAFF H. H. LaFUZE Sponsor PATRICIA RICKEY Editor HARRY WILSON Business Manager BLANCHE McCOWN Assistant Editor Problems involved in the editing and business management of a college yearbook include picture scheduling, subscription drives, mathematical compulations in measur- ing pictures for the engraver, and copy written. Yet, Milestone staff members managed to meet the deadlines for the production of the book. A small staff worked tirelessly in preparing this annual, with the hope that it adequately protrayed the year. Production of a college yearbook the size of the Milestone requires the combined efforts of many people. From the beginning of summer until late spring, some phase of the work is carried on. Many on the staff remain unacknowledged, nevertheless their efforts were of great value. The yearbook requires many types of talents and abilities. Ruth Hulken Co-editor IT ilk Clyde White Business Manager PROGRESS STAFF For students working on the PROGRESS, there is the rare opportunity of having a finger on the pulse of the campus. Interviewing, reporting, writing, and editorializing on campus events contribute to well rounded student participation in the college scene. College newspaper work it not an extra-curricular activity but a real-life labora- tory experience. Be the student a journalism major or not, work on the PROGRESS makes him conscious of the social need and responsibility of the press. WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES vf QjL Row 1: William Bledsoe. Leah Rose Brown. Barbara Cocanhougher, Ann Covington. Robert Elder. Row 2: Laura Ellis, Gordon Fleck. William Greynolds. Robert Hastings. Owen Hauck. Row 3: Florence Hussung, Hannah Ketzner. Connie McAuley. Donald Mattox. William Park. Row 4: Henrv Romersa, Janet Spicer. Stanley Stanford Jennie Lou Steil. Tommy Ward. Row 5: Keith Wiggins, Kay Wilson. PI OMEGA PI Pi Omega Pi is an honorary fraternity for outstanding stu- dents of commerce. It was established at Eastern in 1935 ' ,o create, encourage, promote and extend interest in scholarship. The club also aids in activity for civic betterment of schools and encourages and fosters high ethical standards in business and professional life. Eugene A. Dohoney is president of the fraternity; Thelma Benge is vice-president; Jean Seely, secre- tary; with Ethel Schell as treasurer. The Eastern chapter is advised by Mr. A. G. Mcllvaine. KAPPA PI Eastern ' s chapter of Alpha Alpha Psi was installed in 1950. replacing Alpha Rho Tau which had been the active art club. Kappa Pi promotes art interest among college students and stimulates higher scholarship with the purpose of recognizing potential and professional ability. Each year local talent as well as national works are exhibited. Officers of the local chapter are: Clyde White, president; Barbara Cocanougher. vice-president; Jean Howard, secretary; and Larry Roth, treas- urer. CWENS After fulfilling qualifications of the National Society of Cwens the Mu Chapter was installed at Eastern on March 11. 1948. The Cwens promote leadership, scholarship, and fellow- ship among women of the freshman and sophomore classes and also serve and promote the interests of the college in every way possible. Among the many activities sponsored by the Cwens are the musical programs each Thursday evening in Burnam Hall. " B " average tea for men and women students, annual Vocational Conference, Honor Day. and programs by local ministers. Cwens ' president is Virginia Durbin; vice-presi- dent. Thelma Parke; secretary. Phyllis Piper, treasurer. Georgia Williams. Collegiate Penlacle is a national honorary society to 1 ' senior women. These girls are chosen in their junior year on the basis of leadership, scholarship and service. It is recognized as one of the highest honors a girl can attain on Eastern ' s campus. Activities include a " B " average tea which is given during the spring semester, the sending if CARE packages and the sponsoring of a cancer drive. Educational activities include a panel discussion on the purposes and problems of education. Laura Ellis is serving as president, Jennie Steil as vice-president. Nancy Curry as secretary and Kilty Covington as treasurer. Jane Skaggs holds the title of chaplain. Dean Case directs this able group. COLLEGIATE PENTACLE SIGMA TAU PI The Society of Commerce. Sigma Tau Pi. was organized at Eastern in 1924. The purpose of the club is to promote a feeling of unity and fellowship among its members, to aid general wel- fare in the department of commerce and provide opportunities for social and educational growth. The officers are: Betty Herold. president; Darsie Flannery. vice-president; Betty Os- borne, secretary and Jane Land, treasurer. Dean W. J. Moore is the club ' s advisor. Kappa Iota Epsilon is the honorary fraternity for sophomore men. which was organized last spring to promote leadership, scholarship and citizenship on the campus and in the community. The boys have planned smokers for the enjoyment of the men on Eastern ' s faculty. The club advisor for this select group is Mr. Rowlett. Roger Stephens is the newly elected president; Chester Raker, vice-president: Oris Johnson, secretary, and Douglas Hibbard. treasurer. KAPPA IOTA EPSILON Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatic fraternity, empowed a chapter in 1937 under the direction of Miss Pearl Buchanan. At the present time, this honorary fraternity is under the leader- ship of Mr. Keith Brooks. The purpose of this group is to stimulate interest in dramatic activities and by means of elect- ing students to membership, this serves as a reward for their worthy efforts in participating in the plays staged by the dra- matic organization of the college. Officers are William Grey- nolds. president; Ruthie Hulker, vice-president; Joan Scholle. secretary-treasurer. ALPHA PSI OMEGA KAPPA DELTA PI Eastern ' s Delta Alpha chapter was organized in 1935 by the national president of the fraternity. Its place on the campus is encouraging and recognizing outstanding students in the field of education. The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high professional, intellectual and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions in education. The club ' s activities are: to present an annual award to the Sophomore student who shows a definite interest in the teaching profession, the planning of the two annual initiations and the banquets that follow, and a representation to national convocation each year. Victor Venettozzi is president of the fraternity; with Nancy Curry as vice-president; Ann Covington, secretary: and Jane Land as treasurer. Chapter advisor is Miss Ida Teater. OFF-CAMPUS CLUB The Off-Campus Club provides a common meeting place for girls living off the campus, where they can relax and learn lo know each other better. The club, which was formed in 1949. has a special recreation room in the Student Union Build- ing. The officers are: President. Laura Elizabeth Todd; vice- president. Jane Rose Land; secretary. Helen Park; treasurer. Betty Jean Curry. Sigma Epsilon Chapter was granted a charter of Sigma Tau Delta in 1950 and was installed in 1951. Its purpose is to endeavor to advance the study of the chief literary masterpieces, encourage worthwhile reading, promote the mastery of written expression, and foster a spirit of fellowship among students specializing in the English language and literature. The prin- cipals of this group are: Wanda Smyth, president; Gwen Jones, vice-president, and Ruthie Hulker. secretary-treasurer. Dr. Clark advises the group. SIGMA TAU DELTA INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB This club has been active since the beginning of industrial ai ' ts training at Eastern, even though it isn ' t affiliated with the national chapter. Its purpose is to promote interest in Industrial Arts and develop a clearer understanding of its relation to education. Through close co-operation between students and faculty, the club aims to be instrumental in helping the department and college to solve problems. Social and educational experiences are provided for the members with bimonthly meetings. Mr. Rowlette advises the club. Officers are: Morris Webb, president; Louis Engel. vice-presdent; Dave Burgett. secretary, and Elmo Martin, treasurer. The W.F. on Eastern ' s campus is the college youth group of the Presbyterian Church. Students may experience a Christian fellowship by taking part in the social and religious activities of the organization. Through worship and evangelism church leaders are developed for future service. Besides an active Sunday program the group meets on campus every Tuesday for supper, followed by a Bible study directed by Rev. Carmichael. Student director for the group is Mrs. Joseph Bosley. Officers are: Florence Hussung. president; Dave Burgett. vice-president; Marv Lou Jones, secretary, with Joyce Combs as treasurer. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP COUNCIL WESLEY FOUNDATION COUNCIL Wesley Foundation is a campus organization primarily for Methodist students, to encourage and promote social and spirit- ual guidance needed by the college student who believes firm convictions are necessary in our world of today. During the school year the Wesley Foundation members visit Wesley Foundation organizations at other colleges as well as being host to these other chapters. Social activities include the annual cook-out supper. Kentucky River boat cruise, and a banquet at Benault Inn. The officers are: President. Edith Ann Taylor: vice-president. Jerry Wright; secretary. Pat Perkins; treasurer. Doris Lewis. Organized by Ruth Dix in 1931, the Home Economics Club tries to create a closer relationship among its members and the depart- ment. Activities such as formal dinners, picnic, educational meet- ings and many others help to develop the members personally and socially. To qualify for membership, one must be a Home Economics major or minor and take an active part in the club. Officers are: President. Carolyn Carpenter; vice-president. Dorothy Berry; secre- tary, Jean Turner and treasurer, Thelma Park. The club is spon- sored by Miss Mary Burrier. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Y. M. C. A. The Y.M.C.A. is designed to promote physical, mental and spiritual growth in the student body. The present club was organized in 1928 by Dr. J. T. Dorris. Working with the Y.W.C.A. on joint projects, this club is sponsored by Mr. Wil- liam Stocker. Officers are: President. Chalmer Vineyard; vice- president. Melvin Northcutt; secretary, Glenn Brown, and treas- urer. Henry Doty. Y. W. C. A. The members of the Y.W.C.A. unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. and they are determined to have a part in making this life possi- ble for all people. Among the many activities of the Y.W.C.A. are the Thursday night vespers. Hanging of the Greens, Relig- ious Emphasis Week, Easter Sunrise Services. Community Cen- ter work, and a continuous campus recreation program. The officers are: President, Wanda Smyth: vice-president. Edith Ann Taylor; secretary. Georgia Williams; treasurer. Pat Rickey. Mrs. Mabel Jennings is the club sponsor. WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB The purpose of the World Affairs Club is the propagation of knowledge pertaining to and the stimulation of interest in World Affairs. The club serves as a serious study group seek- ing to promote an intelligent, informed public opinion on world problems. Since its organizaton in 1928. the club has been affiliated with the Carnegie Endowment for World Peace, is a member of the Association of International Relations Clubs, and is a member of the Ohio Valley Conference of International Relations Clubs. The officers are: President. Harry Wilson; vice-president. Raymond Bruce; treasurer. Glenn Hampton; sec- retary. Glenn Cheek. Advisor, Dr. L. G. Kennamer. The Caduceus Club was first organized in 1936 by Dr. J. D. Farris who was at that lime college physician here at Eastern. It fosters premedical interest of students who are interested in medicine, pharmacy, medical tech- nology, dentistry and nursing. The club attends lectures and sees films on a professional level, and also enjoys the annual banquet given each spring. Paul Bybee is president of the organization; Bobby Gibbs is vice-presi- dent; Mrs. Dorothy Bickers is secretary, and Hoover Perry is treasurer. Facultv advisor for the Cadeucus Club is Mr. Cox. CADUCEUS CLUB STATELAND HOUSE COUNCIL The House Council of Stateland is the governing body which practices democracy and is designed to foster better social relationships among residence women. The officers are: Ann Lowry, president; Anna Lee Fraley, vice-president; Janet Bushmann. secretary-treasurer. Mrs. E. L. Musick serves as advisor. W. R. H. O. The Women ' s Residential Hall Organization provides for i lie government and the social direction of the residents of Burnam Hall and promotes better fellowship, scholarship, and citizenship at Eastern. The House Council of the W.R.H.O. is composed of a student representative from each corridor in the dormitory. The officers of the House Council are: President. Betty Ann Crank; vice-president. Patricia Rickey: secretary. Jimmie Sue Bateman: treasurer. Sue Goble. CANTERBURY CLUB The Canterbury Club has been on Eastern ' s campus since 1924. It was reorganized in 1927 after a brief period of inac- tivity, as an honorary society for English majors who had :i scholastic standing of B or more. Now it includes all seniors who are English majors. Since 1934 it has published a maga- zine of student writing called Belles Lettres. An editorial board is selected from the club to decide the material to be used for this magazine. The club publishes, distributes and has been re- sponsible for the unbroken publication of the magazine since the first issue. Officers are: Betty Mayo, president; vice-presi- dent. Kay Wilson; secretary. Janet Damron Spicer: treasurer. Bob Spicer. This organization of music enthusiasts was founded to pro- mote good will and fellowship among the musicians, to develop greater interest in the fine arts, to secure more privileges for the musicians of Eastern, and to offer more opportunities to the musicians of Eastern. The club sponsors many musical presentations throughout the year and has won two first prizes in the annual Homecoming float competition. The officers are: President. Henry Romersa: vice-president. Wayne Pressley; sec- retary. Betty Carson; treasurer. Douglas Gaither; sergeant-al- arms, Donald Knowland. Advisors: James E. VanPeursem an J Thomas Stone. MUSIC CLUB mmJ T$z9v ta THE MARCHING MAROONS c V fA r JTA r Eastern ' s " Marching Maroons " have participated in every athletic event, plus parades and giving concert and assembly programs. The band has sixty-six members and is directed by Mr. Bill Tarwater. Officers elected for this year are: President, Don Knowland; vice-president, Ed Burke; secretary-treasurer, Peggy Chandler, with Doug Gaither serving as advertising chairman and Ben Hord as social chairman. Debating is offered at Eastern for the purposes of affording an opportunity for student participation in the medium of de- bate, acquainting student participants and debate audiences with timely topics, developing the skills of speaking and its inherent qualities of logical thinking, techniques of persuasion. character development and good sportsmanship. Among the schools the team annually encounters are the following: Uni- versity of Kentucky. University of Louisville. West Point Mili- tary Academy, and Annapolis Naval Academy. The highest honor that can be awarded an individual debator is being elected team Captain. That honor is now held by William Greynolds. The team is under the direction of Mr. Keith Brooks. DEBATE TEAM STUDENT UNION MUSIC COUNCIL The council ' s objective is to promote musical and other cultural activities in the Student Union Building on Eastern ' s campus. They plan everything from informal dances to recitals and readings for holiday enjoyment. Eastern ' s music majors also supply programs on Sunday afternoons. The group is advised by Mrs. Chenault. Peggy Chandler is president of the council; with Mary Lou Jones as vice-president; Juanita Thompson as secretary, and Evelyn Rymer. treasurer. B. S. U. COUNCIL The Baptist Student Union serves as a connecting link between the college student and a local Baptist church. The purposes of the group is to present an attractive, co-ordinated program for the students, and to promote spiritual developments of the students through Bible study, prayer, and Christian fellowship. Through a wide range of activities, on and off campus, these purposes are achieved. Officers for the group are: Claude Smith, president; Grace Denny and Ken Jones, first vice-presidents; Jamie Parke, second vice-president; Jeanette Bunch, third vice-president; Norma Sims, secretary; and Ted Mitchell, treasurer. The Little Theater Club was organized in 1921 by Miss Rucie Miller of the Speech Department. This club gives the student prac- tice in the study and presentation of plays and promotes an interest in. and appreciation of. good drama. Among productions presented bv the Little Theater Club this year were MOOR BORN. THE MAN. and TWELFTH NIGHT. The LTC officers are: James Burch, president; Douglas Gaither. vice-president; Parks Rymer. secretary; and Edgar Hardin, treasurer. LITTLE THEATER CLUB This organization of agriculture students was formed in 1927. The purpose of the club is to study diligently the economic and social problems that pertain to farming, and to devise measures whereby the economic statue of the farmer may be improved and his standard of living elevated. The officers are: president. John Burman: vice- president, Jerry Judy; secretary-treasurer. Glenn Adams; advisor. Mr. William Stocker. SOCIETY OF THE PLOW PHOTO CLUB The Photo Club promotes interest in photography and friendship between those who have photography as a hobby. Its members are instructed in the use of various types of cameras, in the developing of film, and in the printing of pictures. The Photo Club has been responsible for taking and printing many of the snapshots and group pictures for the Milestone. The officers are: president. Richard Dam- ron; vice-president. Olga F. Preston: secretary. Jim Allender; treas- urer, Doris Lewis; advisor. Dr. H. H. LaFuze. NEWMAN CLUB The purpose of the Newman Club is to promulgate the ideals of Catholicism through spiritual, intellectual, and social programs, and. wherever possible, the Catholic Apostolate shall be practiced to the greatest honor and glory of God and the personal sanctifi- cation of the members. The Newman Club was formerly called the Catholic Club, the name being changed when the club joined the National Federation of Newman Clubs in secular colleges. The club is named for Cardinal Newman, an English man who was a great educator and churchman. Eastern ' s Newman Club joins with the Newman Club of the University of Kentucky for several meet- ings each year. The officers: president. Buddy Cury; vice-presi- dent. Jim Burch: secretary-treasurer, Margaret McDonald. Sigma Lambda ' s purpose is to bring together, socially and intellectually, the students of the different foreign languages. The club was organized in 1929 to include Latin and French students. but by 1932 the majority of the members were French students The club was then discontinued and the French Club, le Cercle Francais. became active. Two years ago Sigma Lambda was re- activated to provide a club for all foreign language students. Ac- tivities include movies based on foreign lands and parties at Christ- mas time and in the spring. Ruthie Hulker is the president; Gwen Jones, vice-president; with Faye Brown as secretary and Jane Thompson, treasurer. The club is sponsored by Dr. Murbach. SIGMA LAMBDA The purpose of the Drum and Sandal Club is to study dance with the accompanying arts, and to promote general interests and under- standing of the dance. A concert is given each spring to familiarize the public with the concepts and ideals of contemporary dance. The officers are: Betty Crank, president; Mary E. Kearns. vice-president: with Kitty McKee as secretary -treasurer. The sponsor is Mrs. Char- lotte McGuire. RUM AND SANDAL f- ffjMM j- 8 f i ■jilt,, ' 5 ™ ' " « r% " " W. R. A. The Women ' s Recreation Association provides an opportunity for all girls who are interested in acquiring new skills, developing a belter understanding of recreation and learning how to live and work with one another in good fun and fellowship. This group is led by Sondra Burton, president: Beverly Wilson, vice-president: Betli Schwertman, secretary; and Elvira Short, treasurer. Mrs. Charlotte McGuire sponsors the club. BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club strives to stimulate individual and campus interest in biology, and to promote friendship and the exchange of ideas among students. The club sponsors informative discus- sions about things of the living world, as well as sponsors instruc- tional and recreational outings. The officers of the club are: presi- dent. Glenn Brown; vice-president. Edwin Dale: secretary. Billie Ballard; treasurer. Paul Bybee; advisor. A. L. Whitt. The C.S.F. is here on Eastern ' s campus to offer Christian fellowship and a religious program to college students. Co-presi- dents of the group are: Floyd Compton and Kenny Jones; vice- presidents are Stanton Young and Robert Buckley; and Judy Saun- ders serves as secretary-treasurer. C. S. F. COUNCIL The swimming club is a recent addition to our campus, having been organized in the fall of 1952. New skills and techniques in water ballet and synchronized swimming is being presented but the main purpose is to interest others in the actual art of swimming. The club is headed by: Beverly Wilson, president: Mary Ann Ogden. vice- president; Mary Collins, secretary, and Delores Daniel, treasurer. Sponsor of the group is Miss Martha Williams. KAPPA KAPPA SIGMA fM f •S ltkf ' A STEte KYMA The KYMA Club is here on Eastern ' s campus to stimulate school spirit among students. It acts as the connecting agency between the athletic department and the students and through concession stands at the games it provides funds for the athletic program. The Home- coming parade heads the list of activities sponsored by KYMA. The officers are: Bob Garrett, president; Clyde White, vice-president: Betty Crank, secretary; and Pat Purkey. treasurer. PHI IOTA Phi Iota was organized November 15, 1951, for the purpose of promoting free discussion at a constructive level. The name Phi Iota means " to speak information. " The club has not sponsored any special activities although they have voted unanimously to support student government when the question arrives. The execu- tive posts are filled by Gordon Cook as president; Clifford Davis, vice-president; Kenneth R. Jones, secretary-treasurer; and Roger Stephens serves as program chairman. Mrs. Chenault is the spon- sor of this group. The " E " Club is composed of varsity lettermen only. These leltermen serve as ushers at the football and basketball games in addition to aiding Eastern ' s Athletic Program in any way possible. They help promote banquets and other similar activities. The officers are: Chuck Schmitt. president; Bill Adams, vice-president; Elmer Tolson, secretary; Bob Mueller, treasurer; Don Daly, ser- geant-at-arms. c«r " E " CLUB IN MEMORIAM NOBLE G. DENISTON Associate Professor of Industrial Arts March 20, 1893— July 9, 1952 A dynamic and stimulating teacher; A faithful friend and good neighbor. Zestful in living, Gallant in illness and death, Remembered with honor and affection. INDEX - A - Abrams. Mrs. L. A 155 Adams. Geraldine Adams. Glenn L 128 Adams. Jack 128 Adams. Jimmy Ray 71 Adams, Kerney 150 Adams, Logan 107 Adams. William Edgar 52 Akers. Charlene 133 Akers, Katherine 130 Alexander. Roger L 131 Alford. Glenn Carlton 136 Allen. Anna Lou 52 Allen. James Edward 108 Allen. James Henry 43 Allen, Mrs. Mabelle 155 Allender, James E 109 Allison, William Thomas 51 Alvis. Annie 150 Ambrose. Luther M II 128 Amburgey, John W. Jr 53 Anderson. Glen 137 Anderson, Ina Claire Ill Anderson, Peggy Allen 105 Anderson. Ruth E 128 Applegate. Martha E 107 Armstrong. Doris M 128 Arnsperger, Joanne 133 Arvin. Billy 141 Arvin, Gene W 135 Asbury. Emma Lou 107 Ash, Lois June 132 Ask, Elijah 73 Augsback. Don Earl 54 Ault. W. A 147 Auxier. Marianne 47 Azbill, James Norvelle 134 - B - Babb, Carlene Lou 136 Back. Burnis V 129 Back. Price B 51 Baker. Carol Deane 130 Balassone. Jaseph J 73 Baldwin. Noland Yantis 71 Baldwin. William H 107 Bales, Don B 47 Bales, Grant H 133 Bales. William 54 Ball, Barbara Jane 75 Ball. Leon Dudley 107 Ball. William L 139 Ball. William Wallace 109 Ballard. Billie Lynn 104 Ballard. Elsie B 110 Ballard. Freeman Lee 134 Ballard, Gene 75 Bands. William Russell 134 Barlow. Claude Thomas 105 Barnoft. Violet Deane Ill Bartel. Fred C. Jr 53 Basye, Clifton 150 Bateman, Jimmie Sue 104 Bates, Bruce 70 Bates, James 54 Bauer, Robert K 51 Bays. Karl Dean 106 Beaman. Betty 75 Becker. Jon Liddell 106 Becker, Kenneth Irving 53 Becker, Opal Irene 75 Beeler, Denv Lee 140 Beglev. Ira Henrv 133 Bell. Pat R 107 Berrv. Dorothea Kate 49 Bentle. Sadie 131 Bernardi, Fames F 128 Berry. Waverly 107 Berrvman. Margaret 46 Bevins. David 138 Bingham. James William 42 Bishop. Beulah Katherine ... 138 Bishop. Dorothv Fern 45 Black, J. G 149 Blackburn. Virginia 150 Bledsoe. William Marvin 52 Blevins. Joyce 136 Bickers. Dorothy 77 Bickers. Everett Earl 104 Bicknell. Rubv Gavle 105 Biggs. William M 130 Biliter. Robert E 131 Bird. John J 133 Blackev. Joann 109 Blanton. Edna 107 Boggs. Earl 138 Bolin, Margaret L 108 Bolton. Bill Wayne 139 Boone, Mary Coral 73 Bourne. Jane 70 Bowling. Adna B 133 Bowling. Estill 136 Bowling. Robert E 132 Bowling. Susie B 41 Boyer. Don B 137 Bradford. Bill 73 Brammell, Wilma Louise 137 Branham. Delores 51 Branham. Etta Lee 42 Branscum. Edwin 53 Brewer. Mary Edith 47 Brock. Alma Jean 138 Brock. G. M 147 Brock. Wade 130 Brooks. Hugh Ballard 71 Brooks. Keith 150 Broughton, Anna M 43 Brown. Charles E 139 Brown. Glenn R 105 Brown. James E 72 Brown, Jones Burdette 140 Brown, James R 128 Brown, John Forrest 138 Brown, Leah Rose 40 Brown, Nancy Jean 52 Brown, Nora Frances 75 Brown, Peggy Joan 130 Brown. Robert W 139 Broyles. Anna Marie 71 Bruce, Gorman -16 Bruce. Mary E 138 Bruce. Ella Mae 40 Bruce. Raymond, Jr 51 Bryant Chetter P 76 Buckhonan, Lee M 137 Buckley, Robert 76 Bunch. Jeannette Ill Buchanan. Pearl 150 Burchett. Robert Lee 74 Burchwell. William 139 Burdette. Mabel C 135 Burgett. David Spencer 51 Burberry. Roy Donald 51 Burke. Edmund 77 Burke. Milton 48 Burman. Johnny Lee 137 Burnett. Jacqueline M 52 Burns, Virgil 150 Burrier, Mary King 149 Burt. Marjorie 47 Burton, Janice Nadine 105 Burton, Sandra Lee 73 Buschmann, Janet 73 Beetler. Treva 137 Bybee. Paul P; Brown. Wanna Faye 105 - C - Caldwell, Patricia Ann 107 Caliban, Johnny B 46 Callahan, Dale 71 Callus. Christina 130 Camp. Carolyn 75 Campbell. Alma Faye 42 Campbell. Denyse 105 Campbell, Jane 150 Campbell, Janet Ardem Ill Campbell, Mary J 132 Campbell, Peggy A 139 Campbell, William 131 Carley. Ronald 150 Carmony, Ronnie 140 Carnahan. Ruby B 72 Carpenter, Carolyn 73 Carrington, Dixie 73 C arter, Carolyn 139 Carroll, Mary Frances 45 Carson, Betty Augusta 73 Carson, Shirley Ann 76 Carter, A. B 148 Cartmill. Marye Alice 106 Carty, D. J 147 Casey, Newell, Wilford 72 Cassada, Hershell Lee 133 Caudill. Doris Archalene .... 76 Candill. Edna W 71 Caudill. James Carl 109 Caudill, James Monroe 70 Caudill. Virginia W 74 Caudill. Wendell 131 Caylor, David Arthur 108 Caywood. Delores E 134 Caywood. Elizabeth Ann 71 Chadwell, Betty Ann 77 Chambers, Martha Jean 76 Chandler, Geraldine 104 Chandler, Peggy Ann 109 Chattin, Jennie Lee 70 INDEX — Continued Cheek. Gleen 49 Chilton. Holly Howard 105 Chrisman, Richard 150 Christian. Bettve Jovce 130 Clark. Elizabeth Mae 72 Clayton. Paul Jr 107 Clifford. Ernest Lyle 133 Clifton. James M 128 Clark, Loraine Hall 48 Clark, Rov B 148 Coates, J. D 150 Cocanougher. Barbara J 55 Coeanougher, Jane 133 Coffman, Ronald Lee 129 Coleman. James Edward ...131 Collins. James D 128 Collins, Kirbv 139 Collins, Mary Helen 129 Collins, Paul Ill Collins, Wilma Sue 131 Colwell, F. Ruth 134 Colver, Wanda Rae 133 Combs. Arthur Wills 104 Combs. Barbara Ann 130 Combs, Clyde Ill Combs. Donald Gentry 54 Combs, John Wesley 128 Combs, Lavina Joyce 45 Combs. Marvin 133 Compton, Billy Jean 137 Conn. Florence 136 Conn. Sara E 105 Cook. Edward Allen 129 Cook. Gordon F 74 Cook, Jovce Ann 53 Cook, Ted 53 Cook. Vireil Wayne 55 Coop. Willie Howard 71 Cooper, Harry Thomas 138 Cooper, Lewis 140 Cooper. Lucille Estella 43 Cornett. Athalene 132 Cornette. Theresa 51 Cowles, Colonel Stuart L 149 Cornett. Clavdia Gail 134 Cox. Edith 136 Cox, Meredith J 148 Cox, Wanda Mae 140 Covington, Ann Catherine .... 52 Crabtree. Leland Russell 49 Crady. Dorothy Anne 109 Crank. Betty Ann 74 Creech, Margaret Helen 139 Creech. Sue Ellen 139 Cronin. Charles Robert 139 Crouch. Elmoe N 77 Cruce. Marv Joan 105 Cuff, Noel B 147 Cummins, Carl H 132 Cummins. Ruby Lafern 133 Cunningham. Mrs. Ann 155 Cunningham. Martin J. II .... 50 r ' ureton. Betty Lou 139 Curry, Betty Jean 108 Cury, Buddy Thomas 112 Curry, Nancy E 53 Curry. Ronald K 75 Curtright, James W 130 Cutler. Velma Gayle 76 - D - Daily, Bessie Jean 132 Dailey. James Morton 130 Dale. Edwin 107 Dale. Pat 108 Daly. Don Ill Damron. Janet Maurene 51 Damron. Richard Burton 45 Daniel. Delores. Jean 109 Daniel, Jack 135 Daniels, Imogene Sybil 41 Daniels. Lou 55 Darling, Fred 150 Davidson. Harold 41 Davis. Billie 104 Davis, Clifford 107 Davis, James H 150 Davis. Laura Lee 136 Davis, Ray 137 Deal. Marv Lee 110 Deaton. Helen Rose 71 DeeD. Michael Edward 139 DeHart, Margerv B 128 Delanev. John Hirt. Jr 52 Denis on. Mrs. Frankie 155 Denney. Grace Marie 72 Dennis. Wendell Leroy 128 Dennison. Lorraine 131 De Santis. Nick T 108 Dezarn. Bobby L 109 Dickerson, Mary 150 Disponett. Bobby Gene Ill Dixon, Billie Jean 106 Dixon, Lee 52 Doan. William Carol 108 Dobbs. Raloh C 73 Dohonev. Eugene Allen 45 Dorris. J. T 150 Dotv. Henry Tarver 41 Doyle. Elwood F 139 Dovle. Suzanne 133 Dup er. Shirley Sue 134 Dunbar Jimmy Jo? 139 Duncan, Mrs. Rachel 155 Durbin. Virginia 108 Durham, Mrs. Amber 155 Durham. Ernest 110 Durham. Kenneth N 104 Durrett. Marianne 109 Dosch. William Clyde 139 - E - Eagle. Clifford Monroe 129 Easterling. Chester 106 Edwards. Jetta L°e 131 Edwards. Olive Jeanette .... 46 Edwards. Yvonn° D Ill Edwards. Richard A 147 Elder. Robert Leon Jr 50 F ' kin. Alvin Ferguson 134 Elliott. George P 140 Elliott, Harry Lee 49 Ellis, Laura Frances 40 Elliston. Franklin D 109 Emery, V M-a Hel°n 109 Emery. Virginia Mae 106 Engel. Lewis 70 Engle. Annette 74 Engle. Fred A 151 Engle, Junella Margarette .... 43 Engle, Vencil Delano 107 Epperson. Opal Lawe 137 Estes. Beatrice V 52 Evans, Hazel 108 Evans, Nila Rav 70 Eversole, Shirley T 132 - F- Fair. Charles Aaron 76 Fairchild. Bonnie 109 Fannin. Gover Farrell 109 Fannin. Virginia W 138 Farney, Reeda 76 Farris. Charlene 43 Faulkner. Norma Jean 44 Fern. Evelvn H 134 Ferrell. D. T 148 Fields. Charles 129 Fields. Donald Lee 70 Fields, Sophia 40 Finley. Ronald N 74 Fitzgerald. Billy J 135 Flanerv. Marv Helen 140 Flatlm. Richard N 50 Fleenor. James R 131 Fleck. Gordon Pierce 49 Florence. David Lee 138 Florence. James Houston ...131 Floyd. James. Jr Ill Floyd, Mary 147 Flynn. Gene Paul 107 Flvnn. Martha Ann 140 Foley. Uldean 49 Ford. James Berry 108 Ford. Robert Carroll 53 Fowler. Edward Earl 130 Fraley. Alva Marie 104 Fraley. Anna Lee 54 Fraley, E. Bruce 55 Fraley, Harold James 106 Fraley, Jeannene 130 Francis, George. Jr 132 Frankel. Ray Murray 75 Frazier. Andrew Jackson 46 Frederick. Vernon N 132 French. Daisy 76 French. Edward 47 Freudenberger. Doric J 140 Fugate. Sally E 135 Fulkerson. Linda 77 Fuller. Thomas R 131 -G- r.abbard. C=rolvn Joyce 106 Gabbard. Franklin 135 Gabbard. Lovella 136 Gambill. M dge Evelyn 110 Garrett. Robert Leon. Jr 53 Gschwind. Norma Louise 45 Gatson. Nelson. Jr 134 Gatwood. Dean 151 Gayheart. William 140 George. Joyce 52 Geyer. Roger 43 186 INDEX — Continued Gibbs. Bobby Glen Ill Gibreath, Robert D 139 Gibson. Charles Hugh, Jr 44 Gilbert. Effie 40 Giles. Fred P 148 Gill. Anna 151 Gilley. Boyd Jr 134 Gilvin. Carolyn Jane 139 Gable. John David 132 Gable, Patricia 108 Goins. Joe Ann Ill Gover, George M 130 Grable. Paul E 140 Grant, Dannie Derend 109 Graves. Catherine Cummins . . 51 Gravett. Gerwood Bruce 54 Gray. John William 106 Greene, Paul David 108 Greer. Sarah C 73 Gregory. Jane 106 Greynolds, Bill A 46 Greynolds. Chester A 105 Grise. Presley M 151 Grok. Edward Lewis 129 Gulladv. Bettv Louise 107 Gumbert. G. M 151 Guy. Ethel Florine 110 - H - Hacker. Charles Cecil Hacker, Sammy Joyce 135 Haden. Eva Ruth 105 Hafer, Joan Alice 72 Hager. Mae Florence 43 Hager. Paul Calvin 72 Halcomb. Harry 75 Haley. Narlev Lee 136 Hall. Don F 107 Hall. Jeroma Dean 133 Hall. Mary Will 47 Hall. Raloh G 133 Hall. Wid. Jr 73 Halliday. Janice F 106 Hamilton, Delia Lorraine ... 106 Hammonds. Charles Robert . . 44 Hammoms. Chelis 44 Hammons. Mae Jean 128 Hamon. Thresea Rhe 104 Hampton. Glenn Dale 48 Hanev. Donald Clay 135 Hardin. Beth 133 Harrell. Dorsey E 41 Harris. Charles Allen 131 Harrison. John A 42 Harrod. Jo Nell 76 Hart. William 136 Harville. Robert H 135 Hastings, Robert Allen 42 Hatfield. Robert Lee 110 Hatter, Shannon D Ill Hauck, Owen 47 Hays, Glynna Jean 77 Hazard. Helen 129 Hazelwood. Stephen C 132 Helm. John Marcus 131 Helton. James Glenn 48 Henderson, Ruth Lynn 140 Hensley. Christine 74 Hensley. Cora E 132 Hensley, William Roger 104 Herald. Betty 45 Herdt. Martha Norris 40 Hereford, David Richmond .110 Hibbard, Douglas Gary 104 Hibbard, Janet 104 Hicks. Doris Ann 107 Hill. Mrs. J. W 155 Hill, Virginia 106 Hines, Douglas J 43 Hines, Maxine B 136 Hisch. James B 138 Hisle. Janice Nell 138 Hobbs. Ann 134 Hobbs. Patricia L 54 Hodges, Sue Ann 110 Hoffman, Douglas Barr 72 Hogg, Emma Stollings 107 Holbrook, Dolores Maureen . . 55 Holbrook. Garnetla D 72 Holcomb. Harry 71 Hollbrook, Ruby 106 Holderman. Joseph Harold . 54 Holland. Lennie 108 Holliday. A. B 133 Holman. Wilma Brock 106 Hood. Gertrude 151 Hooker. Charles Cecil 72 Hopkins. Curtis Russell 133 Hopkins. Wade Leo 131 Hopo. William 151 Horan, Mary Elizabeth 46 Hord. Asa Louis 110 Hord, Benn F 140 Horn. Doris Ann 70 Horn. Mary Cecil 76 Hornbuckle. William Milton .128 Hoskins. Patsv 70 Hounchell. Saul 151 Hovermale. Robert Carter .... 135 Howard. Jean 76 Howard. Oscar Douglas 129 Howard. Roger Keith 105 Howell. Thomas R 109 Hubbard. Bobby M 134 Hubbard. Claude M 105 Huber. Doug 105 Huddleston. Robert H 48 Huddnall. Alma Dean 129 Hughes, Charles T 149 Hughes. Charles T. Jr 135 Hughes. James S 75 Hughes, Paul B 108 Hugvely, Jacob Tenis 43 Hulker. Ann Ruth 71 Humphrey, James Willis .... 104 Hurndon. Thomas C 151 Hussung, Florence Charlotte . . 43 - I - Isaac. Mary Jo 130 Isaacs, Theodore David 48 Ison, Reginald 138 - J - Jackson, Carroll Allison 133 Jackson. Mildred 75 Jackson, Nancy 138 Jackson, Ray Horatio 44 Jacobs, Richard Thomas 130 Jaggers, Richard E 151 James, Larry Joe 131 Jasper, Loyd 140 Jayne, William Erwin 130 Jenkins, Polly 104 Jennings, Mable 151 Jeter. Annette 75 Jett, Don B 105 Johns, Jerry 74 Johns. Margaret Gover 51 Johnson. Eleanor Marie 133 Johnson, Jimmy H 140 Johnson, Julia Ann 51 Johnson, Katherine Ann 132 Johnson, Lee 43 Johnson, Louada 132 Johnson, Mary Elizabeth .... 136 Johnson. Oris Glen, Jr 106 Johnson. Ronnie Edgar 104 Jones, Argene 137 Jones, Carl W 54 Jones. Cynthia 76 Jones. Dwight 140 Jones. Earl Eugene 105 Jones. Eleanor Virginia 53 Jones. Gwen 72 Jones, Jack D 44 Jones, Kenneth M 72 Jones, Kenneth Ray 77 Jones. Mary Lou 75 Jones. Noah Dean 74 Jones, Wilma Jean 135 Judy. Jerry E 135 Justice. Kathleen 155 - K - Kalb. Betty Douglas 46 Kaufman, Faye 70 Kays. Barbara Ann 139 Kearns, Mary Elizabeth 71 Keene. Kathryn . . 72 Keene. William L 151 Kessee, Wood Ray, Jr 138 Kegan. Betty M 132 Keith, Charles A 149 Keller, Frank 73 Kelley. Doris Ann 138 Kelly, David Kenneth 140 Keltner. Jessee Allen 106 Kennamer. L. G 148 Kennard. Charlene 135 Ketzner. Hannah Jav 53 Kidwell, Edgar Clark 48 Kilburn. Charles 131 Kincer, Wanda Lee Ill King, William Peyton 134 Kirby, James 46 Kizzee. Barbara Barber 42 Knowland, Donald 41 Kolakowski, Alex 41 Kolakowski. Robert Adam .... 136 Kraus, Peggy 107 - L - Lackey, Jackson Benton 138 187 INDEX — Continued La Fuze. H. H 148 Lake, Connie 135 Lamb. Charles R 51 Lamb. Donald G 70 Lambert. Richard 77 Land. Jane Rose 77 Lanford. Anita Ann 109 Lavvson. Joyce 131 Layne, Mary Belle 136 Lee. Cora 151 Lefevers. Marty Lou 105 Lekkamp. Lois Ann 129 Lenderman. Bobby 137 Lester. Carlos Frank 74 Leveridge. James A 73 Lewallen, Egre Ernest 48 Lewellen. Mrs. Norma 155 Lewis. Betty Jean 109 Lewis. Clyde 151 Lewis. Doris Lee 44 Lewis, Peggy Ann 45 Lewis. Sue Carrol 108 Lillis, John L 47 Lindon. Alta Kay 131 Lindon. Wanda Frances 129 Linville. Mary Louise 139 Lipscomb. Nathan Thornton . 135 Little, Bernice 138 Litteral. Wanda Lee 110 Litteral. Donald Eugene 128 Little. Christine 129 Long. Georgia Lee 136 Long, Paul Edwin 73 Long, William Ronald 108 Losey. Juanita A 128 Lovett. Hurbert 74 Lovington. Larry 109 Lyon, James Paul 136 Lvons, Sue A 132 - M - McAnallen, Thomas 73 McAuley, Connie 48 McBrayer. Paul 152 McChord. Alicia Joan 136 McClanahan. Bill Lee 75 McCord, Jane 76 McConnell. E. P 147 McCoun, Blanche Rose 70 McCowan, Betty Ann 131 McCrearv. Joy Frances 138 McCulley. Madrue 130 McDonald. Margaret Ellen .... 71 McDonald. Marvin Nelson .... 108 McDowell. Bobby Leon 131 McDowell. Ida Katheryn 70 McElfresh. Thorn 140 McElroy. Mary Lake 130 McGlassen. Alvin 152 McGuire. Charlotte 152 McGuire. Bettv Jean 137 McHarque. M. Wendell 140 Mcllvaine. Alex 152 Mcllvaine. Edith 147 Mclntyre. Ray 131 McKee. Catherine Cook 71 McKeehan, Mary Lou 128 McKendrick. Jo Rene 140 McKinley. Jesse Davis 72 McKinney. George 73 McKinney. John H 50 McKinney. Mary Frances ....152 McLockin. Betty Jean 137 McNabb. Edgar W. Jr 45 McNees. Paul Ray 136 McPhail. Dorothy Virginia . . . .110 McRevnolds, Jo Ann 139 McWhorter. Ruth 130 Machal. Johnny C 141 Marcum. Doris 109 Marcum. Lillian Russell ...132 Margaritis. Michael 72 Marshall. Charles R 138 Martenson. Milton Alex 71 Martin. Albert Lee 130 Martin. Blaine Cox 110 Martin. Elmo 41 Martin, Jim Lee 134 Martin, Johnny E 140 Martin. Lester Benard 45 Martin. Mae Belle 53 Mason. Fred 72 Masone. Mary Anne 70 Massey. Ida 135 Massey. Stephen 129 Masters. Thelma 135 Matthews. Frank Garnett .... 40 Matthews. Harold Thomas .... 133 Mattick. Joe Davis 137 Matthews. Wanda 108 Mattox. Donald Moss 40 Mattox. Melvin E 147 Maupin. Bettv Lee 106 May. Loretta 135 Mayer, John Philip 128 Mayo, Betty Louise 49 Meixner. Mary 152 Melburg, Carol 135 Merklein. Eleanor Jean 132 Metcalf. Robert Caywood .... 106 Milam. Frances Eloise 139 Miller. Charles 74 Miller. Diana Lee 129 Miller. Mrs. Lester 152 Million. June Emily 137 Mills. Johnnv. Jr 129 Mills, Aubrey 132 Mills, Jeanne Slusher 54 Mills, Pauline 140 Mitchell. Ted 40 Miracle, Lenore Lou 109 Moberlv, Margaret 152 Moore, Charles H 128 Moore. Clay 42 Moore. Clifton 72 Moore. James Donald 140 Moore, Norma Lois 134 Moore, William J 148 Moorhead, Sue Mary 70 Morris. Glen 138 Morris, Leona 135 Moss. Willie 152 Mulcahy, Robert Lee 70 Mulvanity, Marylyn 138 MuIIer. Robert 109 Murbach. Janet 148 Murphy. James Clyde 74 Murphy. William Ray 138 Music. Franklin D 133 Musick. Mrs. E. L 155 Myers. William Donald 47 - N - Napier. Donald Ray 53 Napier. Mary Lou 128 Napier. Wallace Rhea 130 Nassida. Frank 75 Neil. Joan Melba 73 Nevins. Bonnie M 45 Newbv. Fannie Lee 107 Nervell. Wilford Casey 71 Newton. Beverly Hunt 137 Nidiffer. Herbert Dwight .... 108 Nixon. Donald Keith 128 Noe, Joyce 76 Noland, Clarence 110 Noland, John Bradford 44 Norris, Richard Lee 130 North, Larry 75 Northcutt. Melvin Earl 129 Norvall. Kenneth 55 - O - Oakley, Carl Edwin Ill O ' Connell. Gayle Geraldine . . 138 Odle, James Lee 71 Ogdon. Betty Brett 109 Odgen, Mary Ann 135 O ' Hearn. Charles Hughes .... 41 Oldfield. Frankie 108 Osborne. Betty Carole 54 Osborne. James Cecil 130 Otis. Betsy 71 Overstreet. Jessee Warden .134 Owens. Shirley Ann 75 - P - Pack, Betty Delores 132 Pack, Josephine Anne 130 Palahunick, William 110 Park. Smith 149 Park. William Henry 43 Parke. Helen Frances 49 Parke. Jamie 71 Parke. Thelma Jean 104 Parks. Walker Million Ill Parker. Jane F Ill Parsons. Kitty Davis 49 Parsons. Nell Wanda 135 Pasquale. Jane P 53 Patrick. Merrell Lee 104 Patrick. Edward M 133 Patterson. Barbara Jean ...134 Payne. Norma 47 Paynter. W. Grant 129 Payton. Delores Jane 129 Peddicord. Robert M 129 Pellegrinon. Ronald Gene .... 132 Perkins, Albert Roy 77 Perkins. Patricia E 105 Perry, Mrs. Helen 155 Perry. James P 131 Perry. Leo 55 INDEX — Continued Perry. Ralph G 110 Petterman. June E 107 Peters. Anglee 134 Pettit. Shirley Rose 138 Phillips. Evelvn 75 Pickrell. Paul W 50 Piersall. Gerald W 129 Pigman. Wanda 75 Piper. Phyllis Lee 105 Pipes. Alan Graham 134 Plummer. Delmar L 107 Points. Gerald Lee 110 Pollard. Edna Frances 76 Porter. Freddie L 136 Polly. Helen Sue 136 Potter. Rex 133 Pottinger. Betty Jane 138 Prather. Eleanor June 75 Prather, Martha 50 Pratt. Angie 74 Presnell. Glenn 152 Pressley. Ernest Wayne 77 Preston. Olga Frances 74 Pre witt. Clyde Edward 70 Prof fit. Charles V 42 Pruett. Mareia Lynn 70 Puckett. Paul L 138 Pugh. Ellen 152 Purdom. Leslie Gene 106 Purcell. Nina Joyce 47 Purkey. Patsy Jean 47 - Q - Quillen. Mary E 137 Quisenberry. Dcrothy J 130 - R - Raker. Chester Lee 104 Raleigh. Blanche 74 Ramey, Hubert Delano 135 Ramev. Marv June 77 Ransdell, Homer 130 Rasnick. Margie Ann 133 Raper, Horace W 152 Ratliff. Fred V 136 Ratliff. Rodney Roosevelt 137 Rawlings. Bobby Burns 131 Reach, Bobby Van 133 Reece. Mary Sue 130 Reed. Alma 155 Reed. Ann 50 Reed. Jesse Lee 108 Reed. Lillie Mae Ill Reed. Linville Gale 132 Reed. William L 108 Rennix. Freda Mae 134 Reynolds. Alice Ill Reynolds. Glvnn Edwin 131 Reynolds. Grace Ill Rice. Dale 104 Rice. Alice Evelyn 129 Rice. James B 105 Rice, Naomi Ruth 135 Richardson. Virginia 77 Richardson. Norma Ruth .... 41 Richards. R. R 152 Rickey, Nancy 104 Rickev. Patricia Ruth 48 Ries, Walter Alfred 139 Rigby. Harold 152 Rigrish. Ernie 108 Rinesmith, Betty Jane 110 Riley, Roy G 50 Ritter, Jackie 41 Ritter, Marv Lee 139 Roark. Paul B 140 Robbins. Arthur Gene 130 Robbins. Stephen 132 Roberts, Gene Rudolph 132 Roberts. Hernia Lee 135 Roberts. William J 140 Robinette, Ronald 136 Robinson. Bobby W 128 Robinson. Connie 72 Roby, Robert Levi Ill Rodgers. Ima Jane 133 Rogers. Cecelia 74 Rogers. Laura Lou 107 Rollins. Phyllis Ann 136 Rolph. Paul Russell. Jr 78 Rorer. William Henry 137 Rose. Bobby Leon 109 Rose. Farris Dean 128 Rose. Martha Lea 137 Rose. Shirley Ann 137 Ross, Betty Jim 140 Ross, Kelcie 131 Ross, Russell Maxwell, Jr 107 Roth, Lawrence R 45 Roundtree. Fay B 135 Rowe, Paul W 134 Rowlett, John D 152 Roy. Bobby Gene 132 Rubarts. Dean 107 Ruby, Patricia Ann 139 Russell, Rosalvn 139 Rush, Rubv 153 Rutledge. Ralph M 109 Rutter, Phyllis Keen 76 Rymer. Evelyn Parks 42 - S- Sallee, Herbert B 50 Sallee Lowell 108 Salisbury. Alice 109 Sammons. James Thomas ... 109 Samson. Delores 140 Samuels. Tom C 153 Ssnford. Harry Corwin 135 Saunders. Judith Claire 75 Sawyers. Woodward 42 Saylor, Eugene Roy 45 Scalf. Douglas 128 Schell. Ethel Louise 50 Schmitt. Charles W 42 Schneider. Robert Stanley .... 134 Scholle. Joan Rose 105 Schwartz. Charles F. Jr 136 Scott. Clarence Truman 136 Scott. Mamie West 153 Scott. Robert Joseph 72 Scoville. Barbara Elaine 133 Seale. Basil E 55 Seale, Gary Robert 137 Seale, John Daniel 104 Seale, Sue Anne 132 Searcy, Bobby Booth 135 Searls. Billie Ellsworth 40 Seay, Malinda Nave 137 Sebastian, Charley 75 Sebastian. Marie 76 Seeley, Jean 50 Seevers, Blanche 153 Sells, D. Gayleen 104 Seen. David Franklin 139 Shackleford. Peggy Dean .... 105 Shadoan. William Lawrence . . 130 Sharp, Virginia Ann 140 Sharpe, Sandra Lee 134 Shaver. Carroll 71 Shearer. Betty Rae 136 Shell. Jack Nolan 75 Shelton. Joe 107 Shepherd. Katherine M Ill Sherrard. James Ronald 133 Shoemaker. John Bewson .... 104 Short, Elvira 41 Shoun, Eurma Jean 130 Shouse, William Milton 135 Shugars. John Daniel 105 Simms. Norma Faye 110 Simpson. John L 105 Sizemore. Julius C 41 Skaggs. Jane 41 Slettvet, Dorothy Paula 131 Sloane, Anne Eileene 136 Slusher. Chloe Jean 112 Slusher, Joe Edward 137 Smiley, Harry McCullough 111 Smith, Betty Lou 74 Smith. Calvin C 72 Smith. Charles Donald 137 Smith. Charles Melvin 45 Smith. Claude Kenneth 70 Smith, Clifford E 137 Smith, Doris Lvnn 71 Smith. Jane 134 Smith. Kenneth R 130 Smith. Lena Denham 76 Smith. Paul Clay 132 Smith. Richard Cole 104 Smith. Sidney Ralph 44 Smyth. Wanda 74 Snapp. Kenneth E 43 Snavely. Charles R 131 Snowden. Helen Jane 108 Snowden, Nancy Lou 137 Souleyrette. Rov 129 Southers. Ben David Ill Sparks. James Lewis 140 Soarks. Thomas Gordon 138 Spence, Sarah Lois 110 Spencer. Glover Walter 110 SDicer. Robert A 49 Spoonamore. Pat 71 Soradlin. Bobby Joe . " 132 Spardlin. Kizzie 72 Spurlock. Jimmy Dick 138 Stallard. Charles Duran 71 Stamper, Cleo 153 Stanford, Marianna 76 Stanford, Stanley L 42 Steil, Jennie Lou 52 INDEX — Continued Stephens. Isom, Jr 52 Stephens. Lavern 108 Stephens. Louise 73 Stephens. Ramona June 131 Stephens. Roger S 109 Stephenson. Ruby L 139 Stevens. Ann Franklyn 48 Stewart. Elmer 76 Stewart. Louise Frances 128 Stewart. William W 132 Stigall. Harry Bourne 105 Stocker. William 153 Stone, A. Hanson 134 Stone. Nancie 109 Stone. Thomas 153 Storms. Lewis Eldon 71 Story. Virginia 153 Stovall. James M 54 Sutton. Sue Ann 137 Switzer. Karrol Lee 110 Switzer. Mrs. Divtf.hy 155 -T- Tackett, Joan 137 Tanner. Florence 75 Tapp. Johnnie Bethel 131 Tarter. Marlon Keith 141 Tarwarter. William H 153 Taulbee. Ada Ruth 136 Taylor. Edith Ann 106 Taylor. Gene Paul 108 Taylor. Shirley Clough 140 Teater, Ida Pearl 153 Teater. June Carroll 73 Telford. Brown E 153 Tevis, Norma Jean 104 Thomas. Dorothy G 104 Thompson. Billy Sparks 74 Thompson. Bob Lee 43 Thompson. Bobbv Paul 129 Thompson. Juanita 72 Thompson. Martha Jane .... 76 Thompson. Sara 73 Thorton. Martha Ann 106 Tipton, Ruby Faye 110 Tipton. Wayne T 110 Todd. Francis Reed 138 Todd. Laura E 109 Tolliver. Jimmy Bert 138 Tolson. Elmer 49 Tolson. Gene 134 Tracy, Billy C 106 Tracy, Marlene 128 Trapp. Dixie 110 Treadway. R. Jane 133 Treadwav. Janice 104 Treadway, William E 112 Trent. James Henry 128 Trout. Justine Duval 133 True. Charlie C 106 Tsangeous. Nick 46 Tucker. Jimmy Mack 128 Turner. Allie Jean Ill Turner. John 55 Turner. Suzanne 72 Tyng. Mrs. Julian 153 - u - Ubele. Norma Rita 134 - V - Valentour, Joe Charles. Jr. ...107 VanPeursem. James E 149 Varble. Jane Minter 130 Vaughn. Raymond D 136 Vaught. Viola M 51 Venettozzi, Vasile M 153 Vendl. Bill Charles 47 Vineyard. Chalmer Eugene ... 40 - W- Wagel. Wilma June 110 Waggoner. Barbara Ann 139 Waggoner. Freeda Elaine .... 140 Walker. Samuel 153 Walters. Donald Noble 138 Walton. Myra Jean 128 Ward. Thomas S 47 Ward, William D 154 Ware, Archie Lewis 51 Watson. Alwanda Jean 134 Webb. Doyle 49 Webb. Esten. Alvin 132 Webb. Lizabeth Anne 76 Webb. Morris Neal 46 Wehrle. Edward C Ill Wells. Hobart J 44 Wells, James Richard 130 Wells, Samuel E 76 Wells. Tobv Sharon 139 Wenderoth. Carl R 130 Whalin. Ralph 149 Wheeler. Everly M 131 Whitaker. Bobby Joe 134 Whitaker. Charlie Lee 70 Whitaker. Clovis 134 Whitaker. Flovd Joe 132 Whitaker. Harlin 106 Whitaker. Juanita 138 White. Betty Jean 129 White. Beverlv Ann 45 White. Billv Joan 138 White. Carl Edward 49 White. Charles W 137 White. Clyde 73 White. James Edward 136 White. Marion T 70 White. Mildred Anne 131 White, Robert Theron 128 Whitehead. Mrs. Guy 154 Whitt. A. L 154 Whittington. Richard H 48 Widedkamp. Sophie Juliane .110 Wickersham. A. L 154 Wiggins. Keith 46 Wiggins. Mrs. Marjorie 155 Wilburn, S. Frances 106 Williams. Frederick G 74 Williams. Georgia 105 Williams. Jackee Jeanne 133 Williams. Mary Martha 49 Williams. Mathias, Jr 110 Williamson. Barbara Ann ....129 Willington. Robert A 128 Wilson. Beverly Dawn 106 Wilson. Edna Faye 135 Wilson. Elizabeth 154 Wilson, Harry 55 Wilson. James Craig 135 Wilson, Kay 49 Wilson. Margie Ellen 44 Wilson. Nell Franklin 50 Wilson. Vivan Ann 74 Wincher, Fred L 110 Wingo, Germania 154 Winkler. Jim D 134 Winn, James Robert 107 Wireman. Paul Douglas 108 Wishnia. Ethel 129 Witmer. Clav 72 Witt. G lenna 47 Witt. James Dewey 136 Wolfe. Emilv M 134 Wofford. George H 136 Wolfinbarger. Rickie 73 Woodson. Dale Marie 104 Wright. Katherine Floy 129 Wright. Richard Jerome Ill - Y - Yankey. Hazel 73 Yarber. John E 40 Yeager. Lowell 72 Yeager. William George 129 Younce. Mrs. W. C 155 Young, Janis Lee 137 Young. Marlene 105 Young. Martha Sue 74 Young. Matthew Philip 43 Young. Stanton C 70 - Z - Zabel, Shirley Ann 140 Zimmerman. John 139 Zweigart. Robert Gordon ... 129 f THE END »J ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Class photos by Mack Hughes Studio Feature photos by McGaughey Studio Engraving by Indianapolis Engraving Company Printing by Masonic Home Journal mi BUST McCreary Hall


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