Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

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TOMLINSON Dean of Men I x C93 'E ,, 5 . , x 3i if"f I, x "gg, A! 5 5 XF S f Rf , .rx . PRES. THOMAS W. BUTCHER PROP. H. F. JAMES DR. JOHN BREUKELMAN PROF. E. R. BARRETT PROF. F. L. GILSON DR. DAVID L. MACFARLANE Pagr' ZR we ff? DR. SAM A. KIOHNSON DR. H. G. LULL PROP. GEORGE R. R. PFLAUM DR DR DR DR DR 0. J. BORCHERS MINNIE M. MILLER CLAUDE E. ARNETT Al. B. STROUD EDWIN J. BROWN Pugm' Z9 Page HI Toll ron'--Scliaaf, Briggs, Mawclsley, Obee, Brooks, Britton Bullunz mu'-Hood, Doxon, Daescliner, Richardson, Lanning, Amrine Q46 CS-fnlmf CWC: l'1'vsifl4'11f .. .. , HAIKLANIJ LANNING Vive-P1'cxir1'f'1zf . ,,7, .. ,. WAYNE BRITTON Sevi'efu1'y-Trvaxnrm' ,. , HELEN BRIGGS The Student Council, composed of twelve students elected by the respective classes and assisted by a faculty advisor, is the sovereign student governing agency. Its primary objective is to represent stu- dent opinion and to form a basis of co-operation between the students and the college administration. This year has marked the beginning of a new epoch in student government at K. S. T. C. Reflecting the attitude of the student body, the council continued the experiment begun last year and fin- ished a constitution that was accepted by an overwhelming vote of the student body. Several marked changes of representation in the organization gives the balance of personnel to upperclassmen. It also changes the president and vice-president of the council to the status of president and vice-president of the student body which elects them in the spring of the year preceding their term of office. ,Ae ff W BRITTON, AMKINIQ .ind lJAl,SC,IINl,li flu' .Sflnfrfll fnlim ll' fihlllflfllflllll fiflfllllljfli L'4' The new constitution provides for the chartering of all campus organizations during the school year 1936-37. It also provides for a representative from the Student Council on the Assembly Committee, which is at present made up of President T. NV. Butcher, Prof. li. L. Gilson, and Prof. O. AI. Borchers. The school year 1936-37 will also mark the abolishment of the present Sunflower Board and Bulletin Board, the powers and duties of which will be assumed by the council. This spring the Student Coun- cil sponsored the petition for the annual on the activity ticket. Besides these new annexations of power, the council retains its responsibilities of developing a social program for the year and the sponsorship of all Student Union activities. Varsity dances and all-school parties are planned by the council. ln addition, it sponsors such important activities as recognition dinners and other functions in honor of distinguished campus groups, Student activity funds are apportioned and regulated by the council in collaboration with a fac- ulty committee. Continuing in the progressive footsteps of this year's organiza- tion, the Student Council and the student government which it rep- resents will have a chance to fulfill the high principles for which it has strived this past year. Pugi' il gf 1lll7NKA,'lVC'C IJAUCLHTRY, PETERSON. 1s1iCHTOL1J'1' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PI't'.Yidl'lIf S, , S, S ,S , , ,S ,S S ALIzX IJAUGHTRY Vic?-P1'4'xiafc'f1f , ,, SUC'7'l'ftII'j' ,,,, , ,, ,,,, ,, Slllllifllf fjllllllffl Rf'fl7'f,.Vl'l1flIffL't'X S S HAROLD BECHTOLDT S, , GxvLN1mO1SYN PETERSON S S ,,,, , S, VINQENT OBIQII, I'IARLAND LANNING, WAYNE BRITTON Bzlllrfifz BonrrlRcjm'xw1fz1fiz'r S, S S S S SSS, ,S S ,S S, CliClI, KERSTEN Slzliflruzcfw' Brzarzf Iil'f1!'t'Xl'Ilfllfil'f' , 2 ,, HELEN IvLs IIILLIQARY, MLGUIRL, BELL JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Pl'l'Sltfl'lIf ,S S, S , ,,,, ,S , S , , MLJN'I' HIISLEAIRY Virf'-Prwizfrlff ,, , SQl'l'f'fllI'j' , S ,, ,S SfIlI14'lIf C!lIlIll'fI Rl'l7I'f'.Xf,IIfdfil'FX ,, S, S WILBUR Bullcfin Bonn! RL'Ill'I'Xf'llftlfil'l' Sllll-fIUlL'l'I' ljoaru' Rz'1m'xc'111'afiz'z' Ihftqv ,S 2 DORIS MK1GUIRli , ,, , S ,, ,,,,, JACK BELL IDAIQSCQHNIJR, H1-,LLN BRIGGS, L1-.WIS RICHARDSON ,, S, ,, S, , S, ,,,S LOWLLL BRANDNER CLARENCE WOOD Eg O SOPI-IOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Pm-.viflwzf ,,SSA, ,,,SSS , ,,7SS,7,, ,..S77,,,..S,7,, ,7S7,. .,., S,,,,7,,SS7.,7SS, , 777,SS . , W I LLIAM MARTIN Vin'-PrI'xi1lI'fzf , 7,,,7 ,,,7 7,,,, 77,7,, M A I W LOUISE BUTCHER Sz'r,'1'r'f:Iry ,,,,,,,, 7,,7,,, ,,,77, ,,7,,,7,7,7, 7,,,.,777,, ,7,,7777 ,7,77,7 , ,,,,,,, , , 7 , , , ,,,,,,,,,, N ELLIE LEE KAYSIZR Sfzfzfrrzz' ClIl!l'Il'fl RL'lJFC'5l'71fdfil'f'S ., ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,.,, , , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,, ,. , ,,,,,7,, ,,7,,7,,,,, 7,,,,,,77,,, , ,L LYNN DOXON, MARYAXN BROOKS, RICHARD MAWDSLEY Bzzllrfifz Bmzrcl Rf'IIVC'.YI'77fdfil'l' ,L ,,,,,.,77.7,,,. , I,,,.,,.Y,7,.,,,,, ,,.7, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,77,,, D O ROTHY RFSCH Sunflower Board Rt'!Il'f'Sl'l'lfflfiL'C' ,,,,,,,7,,,7,, ,,,,,Y,,,7....,,,,.,,,,7,,,,7,,.,7,I,I,,, ,,,,77 F O RREST FRIIASE BUTCHER, MARTIN, KAYSER I FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 1'rc'xicfI'r1f 7 , ,,,,,.. II,,,,I,,7,,,,,,,,, , ., ,,,I7,,, .7,,,,,7,,I,,,,7,,,,,,,.7 ,,,77 i I IM EATON Vim'-l'1'1'siz1rf1f ,,.,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , , ,.,.,,, C LYDE I-IILI, Sf'l'l'C'fl17'j' ,I,,, Y.,,7,,, ., ,Y.I ,,,,,,,, ,.,,II,,,,,I, , , 7 ,,,7 , ,,,77 ,,,, A BBIE AMRINI5 SIIIIKICUYII C011r1c'il Rz'j2rc'sc'11fafiz'ex W ,,,, ,,,,,, 7,,,,,I,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, , , . . ,. LEROY HOOD, LYLE SCHAAF, MILTON AMRINE, VICTOR I-IINSHAW Bz1Ilc'fi11 Bonn! Rc'j1rc'.w11f11fiI'c ,,,,77 I ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W I,,7,,,,,I,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,I,,,,,,, BOB DENNIS Szzzzflowvr Board Rcjrrf'sf'11fafiI'v , , ,,.,,7 ANNA LOUISE CHENEY I'III.I,, AMRINE I-gg-fm, ,.,,, ., . A ,-1 Pugc33 ILIIZ 0We'c Q46 flznfl QM "They are changing the guard at Buckingham Palacef' The journey from savagery to civilization has been a long one. In its weariness, the race has at times lost vision. It has stopped. It has turned back. It is easy to measure the distance from the neolythic man to the man on the street today. It is not easy to measure the distance the race travels within the span of a human life. The period through which civilization is today passing is stubborn in its resistance to analysis. There' are those who believe it is going forward. Others insist that it has faced about and is marching back over the road by which it came. The truth probably lies between these extremes. Unlike an army on dress parade, the vanguard of civilization does not march in a straight line. It advances in salients and recesses. Whatever of human freedom the race possesses, it bought with its own blood in a thousand years and on ten thousand battle fields. Just now it is holding with difficulty what it gained. In a world breakdown of self government, men are crying for the dic- tator, and the totalitarian state. The cry is one of blindness, of abandonment, of de- feat, of despair. But it is a sincere cry and it resounds not only throughout Europe but in the valleys and across the plains of America as well. If America holds what she has gained, and God help her that she may, it will be in part because the Class of 1936, leaving a thousand colleges and going back to the people from which it came, wills it to be so. America cannot set up her tents for the night where they stood last night. A day has intervened. A journey has been made. And in that journey she has gone forward or backward. The Class of 1936 is being sworn in for service. It stands sentinel tonight while America sleeps. It has been trained in the homes and in the schools. If it fails, all is lost. But it will not fail. It is a part of the King's Guard. America can lie down in peace for the night. The Class of 1936 is on guard! A THOMAS W. BUTCHER, Presizlent. PM X Ag fQ3O Q-5,L,12g!m Wdfget P g ss ABERSOLD, SHELTON ,,,,,,Y,,,,,Y, , . Pomuznz Industrial Arts Club, Latin Club, Mathematics Club. ALLEGRE, CHARLES .. .. tuuu.. cami, any Science Club, Pres. ANDERSON, DALTON ,,,,,, . .. . Lrmglfm Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Club, Spanish Club. ANDERSON, HOVVARD ,,,,,, ,,,, . .. ctflflilli' Industrial Arts Club, Phi Delta Chi. ARNOLD, ARCHER ,,,,,,, ,,,,,u,., ,,,,,,, N i l'li'l'l'J'07l Band, Debate, History and Government Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Mu Epsilon Nu, Treas., Y. M. C. A. BAKER, HAROLD . ..... . ..... CSOIIIIUII Gmrr' Football, French Club, History and Govern- ment Club, K Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Sports Editor of Sunflower. IBANTZ, CLINTON .....,.,.. . ...... .. Nl'll'fIlII Football, Track, Phi Sigma Epsilon. BARNGROVER, ANNA FAYE Hamillou Alpha Sigma Tau, Rush Captain, Gilson Play, Pan-Hellenic, Treas., Sigma Pi Sigma. I BAYLESS, J. LESLIE .......... ,.,. . ,,,.. Lrlm Commerce Club, Democratic Club, History and Government Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Y. M. C. A. ISECHTOLDT, HAROLD .... .... .... A 7 oriorz Class Editor of Sunflower, History and Gov- ernment Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Sec., Kappa Mu Epsilon, Treas., Mathematics Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Pi Kappa Delta, Sec.-Treas., Senior Class, Vice-Pres., Xi Phi, Vice-Pres. BEEMAN, EUGENE . ,,,,......,...,. ...., . .,.., L Dxwrgo Band, Brass Quartet, Chorus, Drum Major, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Mu Psi Chi, Pres.: Orchestra, Woodwind Quintet. BEIGI-ILE, KENNETPI ,.,,,,......., .,.. ,,,,,, F 0 1l.'lt'I' Commerce Club, Spanish Club. BERENTZ, GEORGE ...,.. .. . ...... Cherry: alt' Band, Brass Quartet, Chorus, Gilson Players, Glce Club, Mu Psi Chi, Vice-Pres., Orchestra, Phi Delta Chi, Sunflower Business Manager. BERNET, JACK ...,,,.. ,,,, ..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, . ,,,, H 0 rfmz Pi Kappa Delta, Sigma Tau Gamma, Xi Phi. BILL, EMMA JANE .. ..................,,. Garilru Cilj' Y. W. C. A., History and Government Club, Spanish Club. Page 36 ,a1 lUfLf!0 WET BIRCH, VVALTER W. , ,,,, ,,,,,. E mporia Sigma Tau Gamma. BRIDGES, PAUL ,.,,,,,,,,,.YY,,..,,..,,,,, ,,,,..,,,, A flmirc Agriculture Club, Industrial Arts Club, K Club, Latin Club, Track. BRITTON, WAYNE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Hulvbiuson Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Delta, Student Coun- eil, Vice-Pres., Xi Phi, Y. M. C. A., State Debate Co-champion. BROWN, MARGARET LOUISE ,,,,,, Fall River - fvliy, Chorus, Glee Club, Orchestra, W. A. A., ,,, Winnetaska. I I jx! CARR, MASON ..,,......,.............,,...,,,,,,. Emporia yy!! I C'mmerce Club, Gilson Players, Pli Delta Chi. 'I ff f s Y T I 6 X M W vow CA KE , MARGARE JEAN . ...,.,..,,., znmom , Alphathenian, French Club, Y. W. C. A- A ' J , f r 1 f Q -6-2' CLARK, DONALD ,,....... .................. W 4-llingfnn f A Gilsen Players, Kappa Sigma Epsilon. y CONDON, LEO ..,,,,..,......,,,.,,,..,,,,., l11r1vpz'mlw1ce Phi Delta Chi, Xi Phi, Treas. CRAWFORD, BEULAH BELLE .,,.,,,,,, Eilmoml Alphathenian, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Y. W. C. A. CUSTER, FRANK ..,,,,..,,,,..,,,............. Cellar Vule t Cemmierce Club, Pres., French Club, Gilson "E Players, Inter-Fraternity Council, Phi Delta J Chi, Treas., Sunflower, Assistant Business Q Manager. DAUGHTRY, ALEX . ,.........,..,,.,.,.,,..,,,,,,,, Prnt! Bulletin Editor, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Pres., Pi Kappa Delta, Senior Class President, Xi Phi, Inter-Fraternity Council. DAVIS, BERNICE .,,,.,,.,,.,..,,,,,,,,.,..,,..,,.. Emporia Glec Club, Mixed Chorus, Omega Literary Society, Science Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Y. W. C. A. DECKER, PAULINE ,,..,...,,...,....,.,.,.,. 1lrfr'Pb1'l'S011 Alice Freeman Palmer, Bulletin Editor, Sum- mer, History and Government Club, Latin Club, Y. W. C. A. DENTON, FLOYD .,......... . .........i Emlmria Band, Chorus, Faculty String Quartet, French Club, Mu Psi Chi, Treas. DONEZ, DOLORES ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , W lfnljmria Alice Freeman Palmer, Emma Gridley Art Club, Sec., History and Government Club, Sigma Pi Sigma, Y. W. C. A. Page I7 4 I a JT, AX el - K! , Q arm, ' I , ,Q -3 fu, Qi' .lily V gf' if . x " All' E, ' a H I i . Qi A i 4 l RQ P"'T is Q ' 'J UJJ J f .M M.. . 5... in .qw Us JDM Wi e 'G"4i "M '32 W an " W4 v4?"3 3Q,v E aw ...fu 3 Q? '?4Ff?!'?? V5?Z.f"'f A: me W Q' 3 ,ill Q45 .,. W- 2 V ug ..'e..a Y A ifwww. P- I '- 'lxrf'-f 014, 14?-:V ,.,mhd pi. f. 6 34. 3355.5 -1, - ' ' 57 . wmwf " -L. ' " 1 ik! 'Tl ' . 4 " 4 DRYER, CECIL ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,., . ,,.,,, B rllv Plnim' Football, K Club, Track. DUNKELBERGIQR, 'MYRTI.IfSTI'IIiR .. AI1'lL'l0lI Chorus, German Club, Pres., Orchestra, Treble Clef. EBERLE, AUGUST ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,, E 1 njmria French Club, History and Government Club, Spanish Club, Pres. ENGEL, VICTOR ..,,..,,,. . ,,,,,,,,,.,,,, .. ,,,,, Hofwr' Chorus, Kappa Mu Ilpsilon, Kappa Sigma Iipsilon, Mathematics Club, Spanish Club. EVANS, DOROTHY ....... . ,............ IlIl'Pbl'l'507I Alice Freeman Palmer, Orchestra, Primary- I Kindergarten Club, Winiaetaska. FVIERTSON, MICRLIN , .. . ,,,, tt,,,, . , . . Il'I1'll'1'1'II Industrial Arts Club, Science Club. FALK, RUTH . ....,,.........,, .. ,,,.. ..... . Cozfrflzzml French Club, Geography Club, W'innetaska. FITLTON, HELEN ,,,..,.., . . C!llI!l1'il Grow Chorus, Ccmmerce Club, Glee Club. FULHAGE, MILDRFD .,., .,.., , . Yuhtv Cl'7Ifl'l' Alphathenian, Chorus, Glee Club, Business Manager, Kappa Delta Pi. GITPHART, MIERLE ,..... ,,.......,,,...,,, I fwjwriu I Chorus, Delta Sigma Iipsilon, Curr. Sec., Iimma Gridley Art Club, Vice-Pres., Geography Club, Treas.q Home Iieonomies Club, Sphinx. HARTUNG, ARTHUR ,,,,, , ,,,,.,,,,,,,, Ilrringiou History and Government Club, Latin Club, Mathematics Club, HASENBANK, ALVIN .,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Alum German Club, History and Government Club, Mu Iipsilon Nu, Sec., Y. M. C. A. HFLIN, MAXINE u..uuu,,.... .....,,...... Dmlgp CU, Pan-Hellenic, Pi Kappa Sigma, Pres., Primary- Kindergarten Club, Spanish Club, Xi Phi, Sec. HIDALGO, THOMAS ,......... Nruxlm Rupiilx French Club, German Club, Latin Club, Mu Ifpsilon Nu, Vice-Pres., Spanish Club, Pres., Y. M. C. A. ,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, ,,Y, Y , Mgygffjgyi Chemistry Club, Commerce Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Gamma, Treas. Page 3 8 , Ag fQ30 V , C., llllgfdllfdif HOFMANN, MARHIORIE ,,,, ,....,.., M Hnbtlffzlll History and Government Club, Mathematics Club, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A. HORTON, NVILMA ....... .... W uysizlc Alpha Sigma Tau, Pres. HUMIQ, CHARLES ...,.,,..,... .,.............. H zzmbolrft Gilsen Players, Mu Epsilon Nu. HUNSICKER, FRANKLIN .,........,,.. Omg? Cily Band, Chemistry Club, Pres., Mathematics Club, Science Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. IVES, HELEN ......,.,,.,..,,.,,...,,,,..,,,........, Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon, Viee-Pres. and Rush Cap- tain, Sphinx, Sunflower Board, Xi Phi. -ICNES, LLOYD ............................,............. LEI70 Chemistry Club, Glee Club, Science Club. KERSTEN, CECIL ..,,.,.....,,.,................. Deerfield Gilson Players, Phi Delta Chi, Pres., Sunflower King, Bulletin Board. KllVlBLl2, BERNICP ,,.,,, ...... S ll'nu'l1 Commerce Club, KING, LILBURNE ........ .....,.......,......... E mporin Alphathenian, Chorus, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Glee Club, Madrigalians, Rhythmic Circle, Treble Clef. KOGLER, MAUDII2 ............. ,,...... ,..., ....., S 1 1 Iirm Geography Club, History and Government Club, Latin Club, Winnetaska, Y. W. C. A. KLOTZ, VIRGIL ......,,...........,... .,.. . ,.... E mlworiu Band, Commerce Club, Geography Club, His- tery and Government Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Vice-Pres., Y. M. C. A. LANNING, HARLAND ........................ Linfoln History and Government Club, Inter-Fratern- ity Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Pres., Pi Kappa Delta, See., Student Council, Pres., Xi Phi. LAWDER, BERTHA ,..,,, Lillmull Spanish Club. LESH, WARREN ,,,,.,,,,.,,,,..,,,,,....,..,,.... Emjmriu Commerce Club, Kappa Sigma Epsilon. LESLIE, HAROLD ,,,, ,, .,,,,,...,,,.....,.,. I.P!'0lIII7f0II Bulletin, Co-Business Manager, Chorus, Glee Club, History and Government Club, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Vice-Pres. Page 39 LITTLE, MELVLRN ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,, .,,,,,,,, W zcbffa Crmmeree Club, Glee Club, Kappa Sigma Ifpsilon, Orchestra, Spanish Club. LUNDBLADE, IQUNICE ., .,., ,,,, ,,,, . C Ollffltllltl Delta Sigma Epsilon, Y. NV. C. A. MALDOUGALL, THIYLMA ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, A fzmmf Band, Chorus, Spanish Club, Wiiaiaetaska. MCCLURIZ, OREN ,,,,, ,,,, . . ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,. E 1 7lIl0I'f:l Hand, Chorus. Madrigalians, Orchestra. MCCOSH, BRUCE ,,,,,,,, .. ,,,,. . ,,,, Emlrorifz . Commerce Club, Gilson Players, Phi Delta Chi. MCCUNE, FLOYD .,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , , , ,,,, Sfufforrl Glee Club, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Pi Kappa elta, Xi Phi, Pres. LLCUNE, TREVA ,,,, , ,, .. .W lice Freeman Palm Club. MOORE, MILTON Chorus, Glee Club, Kappa Treas. MOORE, RUTH . Shzjifonl er, See., Emma Gridlcy Art .. Rolzinmn Sigma Epsilon, IflI1'f'kIl .iterary Sneiety, Band, Kappa Delta Pi, Omega I q.Orehestra. I IVIORGAN, MARY ., ,,,, .. . , Ofhzwu Geography Club, Ilistory and Government Club. MOSSMAN, VIRGIL .. .. .. , ,,,, Polzrin Football, Sigma Mu Delta, Treas., Y. M. C. A. ' Q, MYERS, KENNETH ,,.. ,,,, , ,s ,, A1.1,',. ' K Club, Phi Sigma Iipsilon, See.-Treas., W ennis. ' NELSON, EVELYN H .. PIllfK'bI7lXUll Ccmmerce Club, Spanish Club, Y. NW. C. A. yy, OBEE, VINCENT ,,,, .. ,..,.,,, ,,,,,,, I IIlft'lIi7I.Y!HI Basketball, Football, K Club, Student Council. PARSONS, LUCILLE ,. ,,.,, N, W, W , Currrf Sigma Sigma Sigma, Rec. Sec. TK PFNNINGTON. GLENN .....,.. ,..,,... , ,. Ifnzjvoritz Commerce Club, Geography Club, Gilson , Players, Inter-Fraternity Coumzil, Pres., Pi ' Kappa Delta, Sigma Tau Gamma, Vice-Pres. ,,,, W, ,W ,Y,, ,W Dgppy' Geography Club, Glee Club, Winiietaska, Y. W. C. A. PETERSON, GWFNDOLYN . ,. Iflzzlmria History and Government Club, Senior Class Sec-Treas., Wiiiiictaska, Pres. Page 40 5. X if we sffvislfig if QI: lUZg!0 WET POXVELL, GERALD . ,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,..,,,, O sage Cify Chemistry Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Science Club, Y. NI. C. A. POWERS, NELLIE PEARL ,,,,,,,,,,,, Kllll5KlX CHQ' Alphathenian, Commerce Club. PRICE, ETHEL MAE . Y,,, .. ,,,,., Illflrlinfl Cily Alpha Kappa Alpha. QUINN, ROLLIN ,,,,,,,,,,...., ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,..., C f :ming History and Government Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sec., Sigma Mu Delta, Pres. REA, LILLIAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, Salina Library Science Club, Omega Literary Society, Sigma Sigma Sigma. RHOADS, NORMAN ,,,,,,.,i.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ivfmorr' K Club, Sigma Mu Delta, Pres., Track. RICHARDSON, LIiWIS . ,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,, EIIIIIUVIAI Inter-Fraternity Council, K Club, Pi Kappa Delta, Sigma Tau Gamma, Pres., Student Council, Xi Phi. ROWLAND, HELEN ,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,. , .. Hutchinson Primary-Kindergarten Club. RUUD, MYRTLE ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,..,.,,..,,,,,,,, I amrxloufn Chemistry Club, Sec-Treas., Chorus, Alice Freeman Palmer, Vice-Pres., Home Economics Club, Pres., Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Delta, Wiiinetaska. SANDEFUR, RAY .......,......... Arkansas Cily Bulletin Editor, Pi Kappa Delta, Y. M. C. A., Pres., Xi Phi. SAVAIANO, EUGENE ,.., .....,...,. . .... 0 wg., Ciry Band, Chorus, French Club, Pres., Glee Club, Orchestra, Spanish Club. SCHOONOVER, ROY ,..,, ...... K flIgS110ll'll Industrial Arts Club. SENTI, MILTON . .,...,......,,........ Iunflion Cily History and Government Club, Latin Club, Pres., Mu Epsilon Nu, Vice-Pres., Science Club, Y. M. C. A. SHAFFER, WILLIS ..,,,.. ,.,.,.. B zmleer Hill Phi Delta Chi. SHOBE, RAYMOND . .,..,.....,.....,......... W7az'z'rIy Band, Chemistry Club, Glee Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Historian, Mathc- matics Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Pres., Xi Phi. SMITH, LAVON ,... ....,............................ T nlwku Alpha Sigma Tau, Vice-Pres., Primary-Kindeb garten Club, Sigma Pi Sigma, Y. W. C. A. SNICKLES, MILDRED .,..,, ........... ......... I 1 0Yf0Il French Club, Latin Club, Primary-Kindergan ten Club, Treas. SPARKS, GEORGE ...,.. ....,........... ...,.... E r nlworiu French Club, History and Government Club, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Pi Kappa Delta. Page 41 l I I l I SHREWSBURY, LIARRIET ,,,,.. ,,,, E lk Eullx Kappa Mu Epsilon, SCC. STERZ, HIENRIETTA . ,,,,,,..Y,YY,, ,,,,.,, G r't'c'filt'z1f Alice Ereeman Palmer, French Club, German Club, Spanish Club, Y. W. C. A. STREET, IIENICE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, IIl!Il'fIl'17llA'lIl'I' V Primary-Kindergnrten Club, Pres., Wii1i1et.1sku, W' Y. XV. C. A. 'aff' .,,.. .v iff "" ' I ' Z v,.v" i SWAIM, FRANCIS ..C.. .... G I-ml., sp,-ings ",ag ,i.5v5 . ', I Science Club. I K " N 44 ,fu v 4 TEVERBAUGH, LEE ,,,, ,,,,,, E mjmriu i A dj U " Sigma Tau Gamma. i 2 i 12,599 THOMAS, MRS. ELLA .. Wfiebilu ., 1 V ' 2' by db. 'T i Wx THOMAS, HALLIE HAROLD .... .. Wi,-1111.1 .r I - TRAXLER, ORA MAY ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,. E mjwriu V AQ- . Alice Freeman Palmer, History and Govern- , - ment Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Latin Club, Co- ? Pres., W'innetaska, Sec., Y. NV. C. A. I 1 y 7' VAN TUYL, STANLEY .................. ...... B urns l I Chorus, Glee Club, History and Government li I Club, Sigma Mu Delta, Y. M. C. A. 1 -l . XVEIGAND, ALICE . .... ...... ..... ..... .... T 1 1 I mlm "1 History :incl Government Club, Rhythmic Cir- ,L cle, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treas. XWILCOX, JESSE ..,...,,....,,... ........... .......... G 0 ff History and Government Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Sergeant at Arms. WILLIAMSON, RUTH . ............ ............. S Irnwri Commerce Club, Spanish Club, Wii1netnsk.1. YATES, HELEN ...... ..... ...... .,.. .......... E 1 1 1 lmriu Chemistry Club, Chorus, Emma Gridlcy Art Club, Home Economics Club, See., Sigma Sigma bf' Sigma. f ZAJIC, RAYMOND ...... ................ .... 1 1 Ulymml Band, Chemistry Club, Pres., Glee Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. ZIEGELIVIEIER, EDITH .... . .... Rerforil Winnetaska. X I Page 42 I '7Ag X423 0 DEWEY, TOM .,,,,., .,,. E mlloris Gilsgn Players. GREER, EDISON ,,.,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,., C onnfil Grove Chemistry Club, Geography Club, History and Government Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilcn, Pres., Mu Epsilon Nu, Sec., Y. M. C. A. HALL, ARTHUR . ,,,,..,.,.,,....,,,,. . ,,,. ,,..,,..,. P ral! Basketball, Industrial Arts Club, K Club, Pres., Phi Sigma Epsilon. HILLEARY, MONT ,,,,,,..,,..,,...,,...., Hzzlrbinxon junior Class Pres., Pi Kappa Delta, Xi Phi, Y. M. C. A. KURL IICH, WILLIAM ,,.,,,..,,,,. ,,,,.,..,,,,..,, H ape Ccmmerce Club, Football, History and Gov- ernment Club, K Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Track. MARTIN, JACK .....,..,........................... Douglas? Band, Chorus, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Club, Mu Epsilon Nu. MESSENGER, RUTH ............................ Gylunm Alphathenian, Pres., Commerce Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Vice-Pres., Mathematics Club. ROGLIN, GLADYS ..........................,..... Quincy Chemistry Club, Chorus, Emma Griclley Art Club, German Club, Sec.-Treas., Home Eco- nomics Club, Vice-Pres., Orchestra, Pi Kappa Delta, Winnetaska, Y. XV. C. A. SEARS, GUTHRIE ..., ............ ........ I . os! Springx History and Government Club, Mathematics Club, Winnetaska. TAYLOR, JACK ........................................ Cbllil' Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Sec., Pi Kappa Delta, Student Legislature. TIBBALS, MARION ..............,.............., Emporia Alice Freeman Palmer, Treas., Y. W. C. A. WALTERS, GLENN .......................... F1111 Rilfel' History and Government Club. WIZLKER, VIDA ....... .......................... N ic'kf'rxor1 Alphathenian, Trcas., Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sec., Wini1etaska. XVOLFE, EUNICE ,.,.,..,....,..,.,.......,...... Ellxworflw French Club, Library Science Club, Omega Literary Society, Pres. U as-' ,-1 WWA! Page 43 4 C., ILIIXAJIVCT Page 44 ,, 5565-" '4cD'2-'I C? G2 eview if 1935.36 New faculty members at KSTC this year are: Dr. David L. MacFarlane, As- sistant Professor of Historyg George H. Phillips, Instructor of Englishg Victor C. Hiett, Instructor of Corninerceg and Charles B. Tucker, Instructor in Mathe- matics. The following instructors are new on the campus, succeeding former rnenibers of the various clepartrnentsz Dr. Orville I. Borchers, Head of the Music Departrnentg john Deitrich, Instructor of Artg Miss Genevieve Hargiss, Instructor of Musicg anti john Henilerson, Instructor of Speech. Prof. Iarnes K. Skipper, Charles O. Haskell, and Miss Helen Rumble substituted respectively for Miss Dale Zeller, Associate Professor of Eilucation, Prof. Ray C. Maul, Associate Professor of Education, and Prof. Richard L. Roahen, Assistant Professor of English. CContinued on Page S25 jhe 19367 fv GJ?" ,Q Ciwgfm Pg45 ABILGAARD, MARGARET ,,,,, ,.,, O Xf0I'lI Alpha Sigma Alpha. ALBRIGHT, ELDON ....,... ,..., Pretty Prairie Football, History and Government Club, K Club, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Trcas. AMES, ARTHUR ,,,,,,,Y,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,., Emlvoria History and Government Club, Mathematics Club. ANDERSON, HOWARD ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,.. E 1 Iffkil Band, Commerce Club, Glce Club, Mathematics Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. ANDERSON, VICTOR Y,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y, Alfzwirlzs Chorus, Ccmmeree Club, Mu Epsilon Nu. APPEL, ETHELYN ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,...,,,.,,..,.,... BllXbl0l1 Cherus, Glee Club. AUSTIN, LORENE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Collnllwoozl Falls Omega Literary Society, Winnetaska. AXE, LILLIAN ,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,...,...... E mlroria Sigma Sigma Sigma. BAIRD, KENNETH ,,.,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, D 1 1 Jge Cify Basketball, Football, K Club, Vice-Pres., Phi Sigma Epsilon. BASE, VELMA ,,,,,,,, ,,,. ,,,.,,,,,,....,,,,. ,,,,, N 1 ' whm Chorus, Delta Sigma Epsilon, French Club, Orchestra. BENEDICT, ESTHER .,.,,,. ,,,,,,,, ,,.,. , , , Enzporiiz . Kappa Mu Epsilon, Omega Literary Society. BERGERHOUSE, CHARLES ,,,,,.,,,, ElI1I7Ol'i!1 Cheerleader, Emma Gridlcy Art Club, Sigma Tau Gamma. BEUCHAT, MELBA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,...,a,,,,,,,,. I lfllllilfllll Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club. BLAKELY, ROSEMARY ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,., ,,,, N 1 'oilrxba Winnetaska, Alphathenian, Vice-Pres., Y. W. C. A., History and Government Club, Latin Club, Spanish Club, French Club, Chorus. BOHN, MARION .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,. ,,,,. ,,,,,, C I irmzx Y. M. C. A., Bulletin Business Manager, Kappa Sigma Epsilon. BRANDNER, LOWELL ................,...,,........ Lvofi Xi Phi, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Y. M. C. A., Bulletin Board, Sunflower Editor, Inter-Fra- ternity Council, Vice-Pres. BRICKELL, ALBERTA ........,,,,....,,........ F101'em'c' Pi Kappa Sigma, Corr. Editor, Sphinx, Viec- Pres., Y. W. C. A., Spanish Club, Sunflower Staff, Women's Athletics. BRIGGS, HELEN ...,...... ...,,,,,,,....... .,,,,. ,,,, U I i rn Xi Phi, Winnetaska, Student Council, Sec.- Treas., Omega Literary Society, Vice-Pres. Page 46 C," IULAZLJIVZT BRIGGS, VIRGINIA , ,,I.., .. ,,,,,.,. Sjfruruse Alpha Sigma Tau, See., Y. W. C. A., Com- meree Club, Glee Club. BRYAN, LORIZN ...... ..,....,..... . ....... E mlwrin Kappa Mu Iipsilong German Club, Viec-Pres., Chemistry Club, Vice-Pres., Mathematics Club. IEUMGARNER, ILLEANOR ..,,,, ,,..,,., E lIllI0l'il1 Pi Kappa Sigma, Chorus. CAWOOD, VIVIAN . .... Wl'fIll0l'U French Club. CLEAVER, CIPIARLES ., ,,,, ,,,, , .. ,,,, Elllflorfrl Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Glec Club. COOK, HAROLD ....... ..,........... .......... .... F 1 1 rd K Club, Sec.-Treas., Pi Kappa Delta, Sigma Tau Gamma, Vice-Pres., History and Govern- ment Club, French Club, Gilson Players, Track. COOK, MADHLINE . ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, B I 1 rfzlill Alpha Sigma Tau, Sec., Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. WS C. A. COOPER, CHARLES ,,,., MlICl15l'iIIC Spanish Club. Chorus. cUTH1aERTsoN, JACK . .......... A ..,. Winfield Phi Sigma Epsilon, Band, Orchestra. DAESCHNER, WILBUR ,,,,,,..,,,,. ..,,,,,, E uzfroria Pi Kappa Deltag Kappa Sigma Iipsilon, Sec.g Student Council, Glce Club, Sunflower Staff, Asseciate Editor. DANIEL, PAUL .......... .... ..... .... ........ D 1 ' I IISOII Mu Epsilon Nu, Y. M. C. A., History and Gxvernment Club, Football. DRAKI5, KATHRYN .................. .... E 11gIZ'1l!O0il Winnetaska, Y. W. C. A., Alice Freeman Palmer, W. A. A. EDWARDS, PAUL ....,......,....,,.,. .,........ E mlrorirz Y. M. C. A., Bulletin Cartoons, Band. ESI-IELMAIXI, BYRON ,,,,......,..... , ........... Wifbilll Pi Kappa Delta, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Student Legislature. FAIDLIEY, DOROTHY .................. Ncosbo P11115 Cemmeree Club, Spanish Club, Chorus. FORBICCK, VIRGINIA . ............. .......... lf 1111701711 Wiiinetaska, Alice Freeman Palmer, Y. W. C. A., History and Government Club. FGSTIER, KEITH ..... ................. ........ A 1 zflaony Sigma Tau Gamma. FOX, RUDOLPH ........................... ........ N vwfori Y. M. C. A., Commerce Club, Sec.-Trea:i.5 Glce Club, Chorus. Page 47 FREASE, FORREST . ,,..,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,. .. Lakin Mu Epsilon Nu, Pres., History and Government Club, Pres., French Club, Sunflower Boartlg Xi Phi. GARRETT, MILDRED ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, A 'r'1ul1'sbu Winnetaska, Alphathenian Literary Society. Physical Education Club. GILSON, GARETH .. ,Y....YY,. ,,,,,.,,,,, Ii mlmriu Phi Sigma Epsilon, Gilson Players. GILSON, GEOFFREY ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, EIIIIIUVIII Phi Sigma Epsilon, Gilson Players, Sunflower 9: Z Etaff. f A A TREE , GWENDOLYN eeeeee ssseeesssesses M .Wham I ' A Omega Literary Society, Treas., History and Government Club, Geography Club. ' GUILFOIL, EUNICE sssess sessssss . essssss li .imzilgf i Kappa Mu Epsilon, Splash Club, French Club, Mathematics Club. r HACKLER, LYNN . asss assas ssss asaasss aasa T . . 1 H-ka W Drum Major, Orchestra, Band, Kappa Sigma 5' l Epsilon. 'IN 435 K HALDEMAN, LYDA , ,,,,,s,,,,, , , Kansai City A Band, Orchestra, VV. A. A., Physical Education Club. W HATCHER, FLORENCE ,,,,, , ,,,, Bloom . Glee Club. I l - f HERRMAN, LYNDON aaaaaea eaaeae 1 im-aka T V - German Club. l . I fi HILLEARY, MONT ,,,,,,, ,, HIl11'!7iIll.X!I7l , Q Xi Phi, Pi Kappa Delta, Y. M, C. A., Junior . Class President, State Extemporaneous Speaking 1 1 Champion, State Debate Co-champion. , I HOFFMAN, PAUL C aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. , l,ac:,-UW Industrial Arts Club, History and Government Q Club. HOLLAND, MARGARET ,,,, HIlil'bjII.XlI7l Commerce Club. HOPKINS, RONALD ,,,,,,,a,,,,aa,a,,,, Williaf11xb11n'g 'TT - Phi Delta Chi, Sec., Gilson Players. X HUGHES, EVELYN . ,,,,.....,,,, ,. ,,,, 1flIIf70l'iL1 . K Winnctaska, Heme Economies Club, Chemistry f' Club. , CQ ' lay 2-is . . .I ENT, CLAY ..,,,,..,.,,,. .,...,,..,,..,, . . ,,,,,... E111 lmrm Orchestra, Band, Wloodwind Quintet, Chorus. QIOBE, EDITH .,,,,,.. ..,.....,......... A rlzunxax Cify ' Winnetaska, Latin Club, Orchestra. JOHNSMEYER, EARL ..,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Topeka Y. M. C. A., Commerce Club, Mathematics Club. , 'ui S. 8-ug. sa.. , , i i z gr UW Wy , . fm EW W fr' Wmfjjellifw' v S Ma WIA- Ji JG . 0,0 fvvoufju J ' D utrvwaii K if-L Oyfi I ...Q O2 ' 'U 4+ t ' 3 O-12-9 IM, M ,Ma ,, Q Illlfflfliflff ,7 l f .W ll!! ,IO , A .. ,,,,, ,,,, . Pollen: , ls ifrna ' siloi 'as., Primary-Kinder gn t Club. TS, EDNA .. . .. . ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, I rlllrwial Y. W. C. A., History and Government Club. KEARNEY, INIAXINE .U ,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,, K zlllxzlx Cffy History and Government Club. KELLER, PERCY .. ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , . , ,,., ,,,, A l7il!'llf' Phi Delta Chi, Band, Chorus, Inter-Fraternity Council. KELLY, MARAIORIE ..,, ... Sl. Iosvllb, MII. Delta Sigma Epsilon. KNORP, WILLIAM DALE .. ,,,,,,,, Ilazrllrm Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club, History and Government Club. KGCH, KARLIENE ..,,,, ,,,,,,,,, . . ,,,,,,, lfrvilorzia Alice Freeman Palmer, Pres., Y. W. C. A. KREADY, GLENN Y,,. .,.,,,,,, . ,,,,.,,,,,, . .. Abilene Phi Delta Chi, Glee Club, Science Club. LOOMIS, VERNON . ,,,, ,,,,,,.,, .. Iimjwriu Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club, Sec. LOUDON, ALICE .. Y,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, . . . Cbajmzruz Alpha Sigma Alpha, Rhythmic Circle, W. A. A., Physical Education Club. LUEKENGA, VIOLA YY.,,Y .. . .. ,,,,, , WHIIZFXO Wiimnetaska, Y. YV. C. A., Glee Club, Chorus. LYON, WAYNE . .. .. ..,.. ....... Alllllifl' Mu Epsilon Nu, Glee Club, Industrial Arts Club. MLGUIRE, DORIS .,,..,,,, .... . .......... li l!lII0l'il.l Pi Kappa Delta, Rhythmic Circle, History and Government Club. MQQKALE, FRANCES ,,,,,,..,,,,..,,,,. .......,.. G arncll Alice Freeman Palmer, Y. XV. C. A., Latin Club, Pres., W. A. A., French Club, Sec.- Trens. lNIc'KNIGHT, WILLIAM . .,.. ..... . .. .... Uxfflfll Phi Sigma Epsilon, Agriculture Club, Band. MIZATS, ROWE . .... W .......... ......... . .. LeRoy Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Club, Football. MILLER, DOLORFS .. ........ ............ S vamlia Delta Sigma Epsilon, Candidate for Sunflower Queen. MILLER, MARGARET ....... ..... T 0Y0f1f0 Primary-Kindergarten Club. Page 49 MINAKER, HELEN ,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,, D flroif, Mich. Sigma Pi Sigma, Winnetaskag Alice Freeman Palmer, Treas., History and Government Club. MUSSELMAN, LAURIENCE ,,.,,,,.,,,, Iimlioria Sigma Tau Gamma. NEECE, BERNADINE ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, . . ,,,, . I.r'rm Pi Kappa Sigma, Y. W. C. A., Splash Club, Physical Education Club, Latin Club. NOLL, DOROTHY . ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, . I :1UI'l'lIL'1' WIHl1EtGSk3Q Rhythmic Circle, VV. A. A., Pres., Splash Clubg Physical Education Club, Latin Club. NYE, DANIEL .....,.., ,,....... ..,,....,....., , S allynrilx Sigma Tau Gamma, Sec., Commerce Club, History and Government Club. OZENBERGER, DOROTHY .. ......... . Elllflilfid Theta Sigma Upsilon, Pres.: Alphathcnian, Sec., Pan-Hellenic, Pres., French Club, Chorus. PEACOCK, LUCRETIA .. .,................ Elkbill! Alpha Sigma Tau, Y. W. C. A. PLUMLEY, LENA ,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,. A rkuzzxus Cily W'innetaska, Treas.g Sphinx Club, Pres., Or- chestra, Glee Club, German Club, Chorus. REEBLE, LOIS .... ...,...................... . Y. .... Ell1l701'i11 Alpha Sigma Alpha, Emma Gridley Art Club. RIED, DAVID ., , ..... LVIJO ROBE, ARTHUR ............ .......... ........ E 1 ulwria Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club. ROBISON, ELEANOR ,.,c,.....c...c. c.c. S dlfllll Wlinnctaska. SAN ROMANI, ARCHIE .................. Frozilrllru' K Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Band, Orchestra, Track, Millrcse Games, National Collegiate Mile Champion. SCHLATTER, LAURENE .... ..,.. M c'Pbc'r'x0r1 Trcblc Clef Accompanist. SCOUTEN, VELVA ,....,. .,,...,,.,. ,,... ..,. R 1 1 llllllll Sphinx, Y. W. C. A., History and Government Club, Chorus. SELANDERS, BONNIE ,.,.,,, . ,,,..,.,.., Wfxfpbaliil Sphinx Club, Sec., Latin Club, History and Government Club, Spanish Club. SHEFFIELD, Jassua ......,..V...................... Topeka Y. W. C. A., Emma Gricllcy Art Club, Pri- mary-Kindergarten Club. SHERRARD, DORIS ................ .... .... ..,. B 1 ' Init Sigma Pi Sigma, Delta Sigma Epsilon, W. A. A. aff Page 50 Sir SIBRII., HARVEY .. .. ,v.. ,,,,,,,,,,, Mclwrvf Phi Sigma Epsilon, Chemistry Club, German Club, Science Club, Spanish Club. I STOTT, BEN ., .. ,,,,.,,,,,,,,...,, Kansas Ciiy Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club, German Club. SYMES, LOUISE ,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,i,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,. E 1 Vlflllfid Sigma Pi Sigma, Pres., Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice-Pres., Y. W. C. A. TANNER, ALTA . . ,,,,,,. ,,,, .. EI Doruifo Sigma Sigma Sigma, Y. W. C. A., Primary- Kindergarten Club. THOMAS, MELVA ,.,,,, ,,.,,. B llflfllglllll W'inneti1ska. TUGGLE, CURRAN . ,,,,,,,,,,,. .,,,,,,,,, S Coll Cily K Club, Sec., Phi Delta Chi, Vice-Pres., Glue Club, See., Tennis, Industrial Arts Club. TURNER, ARNOLD . ,,,, ,..,, O xuwufumic Sigma Tau Gamma. VEST, FENTON ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,.,,,,, Prvfly Pruiric Mu Epsilon Nu, Band, Orchestra, Brass Quartet. VIGNERON, WIINIIJRED ,.,,,, .....,,,, O sage Cily Alpha Sigma Tau, Corr. See., French Club, Orchestra. VINT, DOROTHY . ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. G lrn Elder Splash Club, History and Government Club, Latin Club. XVALLACE, EUGENE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,......,..... Cbusr! Kappa Sigma Epsilcn, Chemistry Club, History and Government Club, Industrial Arts Club, Spanish Club. WELSCH, GEORGE ..,. ...,,,.,... T WJ'IIiI1gl0lI Kappa Sigma Epsilon, History and Government Club, Cemmerce Club. WOOD, MARGARET ..ss,.i,,., . ,,s...,.,.. ..,. B vlfm- Wfinnctaska, Y. W. C. A., French Club, His- tvry and Government Club. ' WOODMANSEE, MARGARET ,,.......,.. Enzporia Kappa Mu Epsilon, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pres., Omega Literary Society, Sunflower Staff. XVORREL, ,IOHN ................. ......... . An-hiwn Mu Epsilon Nu, Orchestra, Band, Sec.-Treas. Page 51 C: llllf!0lVC'Z.' sen we X .f.N , E vs. !f ' is 'W -. " L ! I I w I 1 4 l nf.. Sl 1 X Q I H Q, 'f-f374g., I an so . ,., g js-. "l ...Q 'H-H., if 5, 4, .- l wx N -. - ,.- -' --.. K. P --i-. M .. nf. 1. . .,, W r.. v.-.M -v . ' 'S' 1 'H-. vs. V' 'H in "-. ' . f,. A .4 '-am 'U-g 4- .-, ' 151' 'ff P' .. M ., "Y -.Ml ,,,. n.. ,.., w, 4 ix V 5- qw wp, . . . ,' ' Maj yi, ws. sf f X -4 . 'J vw: 1511" -9 yas al. ,5 .ls . Ba.. 4, vi :Q-'as' "1 ,Q Ma 4,4 Y... '4 - Page S2 5'-S65-5' '-EGP: WLM if 1935.36 fContinucd from Page 44, Repair work, including electrical irn- provements, redecoration, and painting, have been completed in all campus build- ings during the past year. Morse Hall Annex, Music Hall, and Administration Building have new roofs. The Student Union Building has been improved by adding kitchen space and a serving roorn for banquets in the Ball- room. Pavement of the circle drive and Morse Hall drive has been finished, and 2,000 lineal feet of new sidewalk have been laid. An autornatic sprinkler system has been installed in the sunken garden. The senior classes of 1930, ,34, and ,3S are placing an electric fountain in the pool of the sunken garden. More than 500 trees and shrubs have been planted this year. Present construction under the Work Progress Administration consists of a new darn for Lake Wooster and a new 555,000 athletic field. QContinucd on Page 745 '-452-'S r193'mi Ae i030 Jllllffdlifdf 'C6ilfLCAl:lfLf Pg53 A ft H i 'H f' 7 J ' .1 If f,:,,. .Q will X I Q2 ACKER, MARY ,,.,..YY.,,,Y,.,,,v ...,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,, X Vlvlllltl Y. W. C. A., Primary-Kindergarten Club, Chorus. ALLBAUGH, ALDEN . ..,..........,.,... ..... R irblzlmf Glee Club, History and Government Club. AMES, BETTE ..,. ,........,,,.... ....,,............ W z IHOP Delta Sigma Epsilon. AMRINE, MILTON ..,,,,...........,,. Couuril Grorr' Student Council, Student Legislature. ANGELL, WENONAI-I ......... ..... Il Irzlirim' Lmlgm' Winnetaska, Y. W. C. A., Orchestra, Primary- Kindergarten Club, Science Club. ARNOLD, HARRIET .,,... .......,,.....,.. H inwaflvn Y. W. C. A., Glce Club, Primary-Kindergarten Club. AUSTIN, CHARLES .........,.... Collcziwoml Falls Mu Epsilon Nu, German Club. RAIN, THELMA .,.,,,,,,,,,,.,...... . .,.......,.... EIIIIPUYIU Sigma Pi Sigma, Winnetaska, Alphathenian, Y. W. C. A., Home Economies Club, Chorus. BAKER, REBA ...........,..,,,.,......... Bmzuer S11r'1rIg.v Winnetaska, Splash Club, Chorus. BALTZ, MARAIORIE ,,,..r... .,....,............. E mlroriil Sigma Pi Sigma, Delta Sigma Epsilon. BANGS, DOROTHY ,,,,,,..,,,.........,.. FIUWIIFC Ctzmmerce Club. BANGS, LEWIS ..,,,.. , W , Mznfixnn Sigma Tau Gamma. BAXTER, AGNES .....,.,,,,...,,..........,. Dozlgr' Cilj' Y. W. C. A., Emma Gridley Art Club, Geogra- phy Club, Ssience Club, Orchestra. BETHKE, CLARENCE ...............,. .....v M f'l'YIlIH1 Mu Epsilon Nu, German Club. BIDWELL, ALEENE ........,..,.........,,,.. ,,.., H Ulfflll Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha Sigma Tau, Pan- Hellenic Council, Glee Club. BIVEN, CARRIE ,,,,,,, ,,,Y,- N owl Y, W. C. A. BLACK, LOIS ,,,,,, v ,YYAYY,YM YYY,,, A lfjpg Y. W. C. A. ELAINE, ROBERT ........... .......,... ,,..,,.. E 1 njmrifz Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club, Spanish Clul Page S4 , Ag X693 0 K T I BLl'.I'lM, RICHARD ,,,,,,,,v,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., Flgrpnn' Mu Epsilon Nu, Orchestra, C BOMAN, PHILIP ,,,,..,,,, Glee Club. BOWERS, MARGARET ,,,,, Sigma Sigma Sigma. BROOKS, MARYAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,.. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Omega Sec.-Trcas.g Student Council. BROWN, ELAINE ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Chorus. liorus. Emfwriaz Neodexhu Afrhixaw Literary Society. Wrxlphalia BUTCHER, MARY LOUISE ,,....,,.,,,,,.. Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sec., Omega Literary So- cietyg Sophomore Class Vice-Pres., French Club, Vice-Pres., Madrigalians, Treble Clcf. ra C ATER, DOROTHY ....,r.,.....,,.,.....,,,,.. Emporia Y. W. C. A., Omega Literary Society, Glee Club, String Trio, Chorus. CONNER, REX ,...,,A..,,,..,,.,..........,.,.,, MfPhvrs0n Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Band, Orchestra, Chorus. COOK, MAXAE ..,,,,..,,,,,,.....,.............. ..... M arlison Pi Kappa Delta, Gilson Players. SRISSMAN, OPAL ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,...,..,.. ,,,,, S I. Iobn Winnetaska, Geography Club. CRIST, GERTRUDE ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,r, T u mlm Sigma Sigma Sigma. CROSS, STENA ,,,,,, Y. VV. C. A. CURTIS, MARGIE ..... Pi Kappa Sigma. CURTIS, MAXINE ..,,, Pi Kappa Sigma. DAVISON, CLEDA ...,. Pi Kappa Sigma. DEMOTT, KENNETH Iohnson Sl. Iobn ,.,. St. fobn Baldwin Pm!! Phi Sigma Epsilon, Art Club, History and Government Club, Track. DEXTER, MINER .,,,,,.,,.,................... Ness Clly Y. M. C. A., Commerce Club, History and Government Club. DIGQS, MARY YYYY,,,,,,Y,,,YY,YY,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Emlrorm Winnetaska, Y. W. C. A., Omega Literary Society, French Club, Latin Club, .L Q. Lily I 'C' C9-rfatih WM V, ' 'iP"s f Q'.Tllllf!0lVlZ'Z3 Page 5 S DOBBS, PAUL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,, WilIinu1.vl111r',Q Phi Delta Chi, Sergeant-at-Arms. EIVIIIUVAI DONNELLAN, JOE . YY.YYYYYY-YYYVY YVYYY. . .. Kappa Sigma Ifpsilon, History and Guvcrnmcnt Club. DOXON, LYNN ,Y,, ,,,,,, I farnmxn Student Council. DUNHAM, RACHEL , ,,,,.,,,,., Y,YY,, . .. Clll7l'j' Y. W. C. A., Primary-Kimlcrgnrtcn Club, Orchestra, Glue Club, Chorus. FIJWARDS, HELEN ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, I Itllllflflfll 1 Delta Sigma Epsilon, Mndrigaliuns, French A Club, Glee Club, Chorus. wr ' ifiyi- X, IilfATHFRSTON, HAZIZL , ,,,, , ,,,,,, L-Yflllllll . -il XVinnetnska, Prim:1ry4Kinclcrgartcn Club. Y Chorus. L ,I FITCH, DOR IY , ,,,,..,,,.,.,.....,.,,,,. E111'r'L:' Primary-Ki rgu en Club, Chrzrus. -, FOLKS, PLO zN ,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,,,, A xbluml q , Win eqska FREIB RGI-ICU. ANCIL' , ,,,, I'Iiau'allm 'Q Sciene Cl , emlst Club, Sigma Tau Ga ma. A., FRO fmpm m Sig a 11,111 flovstr uctn Homt g e I' L R I- R Kmna 5 3 ? Mu Epsilon Nu ommtrte Club U Ilrllfflllll K :1 I' s n umistry Club Maru matics Cl LIKE M Ilnnfalz' P mary Kindergarten Club 4 H Epsil istc' and Gm ernment Club EGOSS LEO Frzrpoi ll GO EL 101111011 C merce Clu If GR MA P F Illllflflll Clfi' m h Yi C A History md overn nt Cl b gr1pl1y Club OR AN A LTL Bmzfrll W GRY To11qn11ox1r bmw Ht c LC no LS Club Commar 4 Club av W-4 gig . og P Gil R L H9357 l . 1 f . , VE E ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. , , 1 " . si ' sv 1l,SL f- Q --, -- b c n Q n. ! i -UL , 3 1 ..... L... .tt., u . . ..t.., . . ' i ' , E, -IS ,,.,.. . ..,,,.,,... A A x rf il up, , ' '. , l H- L - o Cl . - I 2 OR . --sss Assssssssssssss l ssssisii V r - . , A Y....,Y. ..,..YYYYYYYY.Y. ,Y,. , 1 'IA 4' l V ' ,J yt , 1 - . H 1 - ssssss A I ' I , ' 'J ' ha Il p . ". . ., ' . G s ' , .4 , O A.................., C . . . , . E C .... ....... . -- . . . . , A . F2 ,,4.- f agp ? Li -4 D f 1, Q, nv-ff -x Ili - f W T. A Q V GUSTAFSON, BONNIE Y,.Y,4,,,Y,..,v,.... W'innetaksag Omega Literary Y. W. C. A.: Banclg Chorus. GVVIINI, ELIZABEPI-l'I . ,,..,, ,,,YY,,,,,Y, . Y. W. C. A., Commerce Club. IIANSEN, ETHEL ...... ..... ..... Commerce Club. HARNESS, VERNON ...,,,. ,.... Sigma Tau Gamma, Track. HATHAWAY, IRENE .................. ..... Sigma Pi Sigma. Pi Delta Theta, Presiclent's Council, Spanish Club. HEINTZ, EVELYN .................. Y. W. C. A., Primary-Kindergarten Club. HENDRICKS, KENNETH .... . ...... Kiowa Commerce Club. HENRY, NAOMI ,,,,,,..,.,. ...,.. ........... S f' ll,Q'lL'll'k Y. WI. C. A., History and Gsvernment Club, Chorus. HESS, JUNE ............................,............... Iobnxofl Winnetaska, Y. W. C. A., History and Gov- ernment Club. HILL, INA ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, P arlrlrfgf' Winnetaska, Y. W. C. A., Geography Club, History and Government Club HILLIARD, INIARGARET .................... .. lllfin' Alpha Sigma Alpha, Glee Club, Chorus. I-IILLIARD, MAXINE ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, A I I 1111 Alpha Sigma Alpha. HINSHAW, VIRGIL .,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Wcllifzgfolz Kappa Sigma Epsilong Rush Captain, Kappa Mu Epsilon, History and Government Club Vice-Pres. HOCH, MER FON ......,.....,.,....,..,.,...,.., Har! oril Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Club. HOLLENBEAK, HAL ..,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,, A1'k1ll1SHS C113 Phi Delta Chi. HONER, DELORES ........,.,...............,. R0llIl1.Y07l Alpha Sigma Tau, Historian, Primary-Kinder- garten Club, Candidate for Sunflower Queen. HOOPINGARNER, ROSE MARY .. Cb!'l'l'V1fl'4lI:' Sigma Sigma Sigma. .amy . .- 5.-gif.: gr Liiji'-A , itiffff - mg.. y 553-.1 PSS' JI iqifca. - itazzil., fl. a'!f"6."L. .. , Efriflt..-'S - . 4 affivfg. :F Qlvlil- .'.',.: x ,iff-.Q gif, . Sf' x EW E 2 2 . HUCKSTEP, GENEVIEVE . ..... 1.01m 5 5 3 : I g 4 2 2 f ii S S Elkbarl ff if 'f X ,J was K 6 A J lisa. 11325 N-nr M .4 'N mf : A fi l V. .N ' mum .QW .awwsshwvwr t HUTTON, CATHERINE ,... . ,,4 ... I , .mm ,4 W. A. A., Treas., P. E, Club. B Tru: INNES, ROBERT ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,Y, ,,,.,, K 4 IIISLIX Cilj' Phi Sigma Epsilon, K. Club, German Club, Football, History and Government Club. C JAMES, HOWARD ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , , , ENIIIOVYII ' Band, Orchestra. 'I oulllfwa ' I JEFFREY, JOSEPHINE ,,,,,,. . . ,,,, llrziffllginll O 145,354 1 Delta Sigma Epsilon, Historian ' ' JONES, IQLWOOIJ ,,,,,Y,,, ,,,,,,,,,Y,,Y, ,,,., . fl f1iI1'I?" Pi Kappa Delta, Mu Epsilon Nu, Latin Club, Pres., Debate. JOSSIERAND, JANE , ,,,, ,, IUIJIIXOII Y. NW. C. A., History and Government Club. l JULIAN, HARRIET .,......,,,,, ,,,, ...,,,...... G f millimil l Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Delta Theta, Sec.-Trens., Pan-Hellenic. l KATZ, JUNE ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,, ,,,., , , Maulmiinu Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pan-Hellenic, Primary- J Kindergarten Club. i KENNEDY, JULIA ..................... ........ H i-mn-11.1 l Winnetaska, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Glee l Club, Home Economics Club, Chorus. l KILMER, KATHRYN ...,, Hella' Nalin' Chorus. KINSEY, MARY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mizlflenjmlix Y. W. C. A., Mathematics Club. KLEIN, MARY .,,.,,... .......,,... . .. . Yules fifllffl' XVinnet:1ska, Primary-Kindergarten Club. KNOUSE, RUTH ,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,, . ,,,,, ,,,,,, E znjmria Primary-Kindergarten Club. KREHBIIIL, LAWRENCIZ ,,,, YY,, , Ilcrlxfwlzf Sigma Tau Gamma. l LACROIX, EUGENE ,,,,,,..,,,,. ,,,,,...., A ,, Hiuwuflm i Pi Kappa Delta, Chemistry Club, History and Government Club, Science Club. LAWRENCE, IRENE ,,,,,, ,,,,,, f jllltf1l'l'H . LEWIS, MAXINI2 ,...,,..,,....,..,..,,......,,. ..,,.. r imp Alice Freeman Palmer, Splash Club, Pres., History and Government Club, Sec., NV. A. A. LUFT, YVILMA ..,,... ,,,... , ,,,,,,,,,... ,,,,..,,,, B 1 ielzlirz Pi Kappa Sigma, Treas., Art Club, Home Eco- l nomics Club, Band. 1 Iii' 'Y Cn l Y l l Puge58 7 J Ae X030 CI llllfX0lV6'C LUTHI, IZRWIN 77, ,, , . . . 4,44 . G I -idlvy Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club, Glee Club, Band. MCCALI., RUTH ,,,,,,,, v,V.... B eloil Glee Club, Chorus. NICCAUGHEY, MARY ,,,, Y,,,, O Idfbc' Winnetaska. MQINTOSH, CHARLES ,,..,,,,...,,,,,..,,,.,... Mur'i0f1 Sigma Tau Gamma, Chemistry Club. MQKENZIIZ, RUTH ,,,,,,,,,.........,,,,,,,,fV,.., Ewvkfl MABEN, GAIL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,. Sf'wry Kappa Sigma Epsilon, French Club, History and Government Club. NIADISON, EILEEN .,,,,,,,,..,,,, N1'0.vb0 RLIPIJX Alpha Sigma Tau, Y. W. C. A. MARTIN, WILLIAM ....................... Hiaufalhu Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Corr.-Sec., Sophomore Class President, Sunflower Staff. MAWDSLFY, RICHARD ............................ Prall Phi Sigma Epsilon, Vice-Pres., K Club, Student Ccuncilg Football, Basketball. MENTZER, AUSTIN ...... .......... Yufex Cfnler Mu Epsilon Nug Y. M. C. A., Vice-Pres., Ccmmerce Clubg History and Government Club, Science Club. NTFRRILI., BRUCE ...,, .... A hilwlr' Phi Delta Chi. MIYULI, MAYNARD ....................... ...... Hopf Mu Epsilon Nu, Mathematics Club. MILLER, MARION .. .......................... NFSS Cifj' Y. M. C. A., French Club, History and Gov- ernment Club, Mathemntics Club, Glee Club, Band. MOORE, IRIS ...................................... Nforlvrlvrl Winnetaska, Alphathenian, Primary-Kinderu garten Club, Chorus. MORSE, ROBERT ..,..,.. . . ..............,.,.... Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, History and Government Club, Science Club. MOUNKISS, GWENDOI.YN ................ EI!I17U?'irI Delta Sigma Epsilon, Sergeant-at-Arms. NEAL, CLFDA ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,, W illirlmxlwrg Wiianetarka. NIZXVELL, ALMA ,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,. .,... S I 1Iff0V1f Winnetnska, Y. W. C. A., History and Govern- ment Club, Science Club, Chorus. Page 59 52 J I v r f 1 v 'ai . .J 1F,'Gl'-if .iijfk-fi 45.55 v..- i .QGYO -, ' r, ,.,.:. .4-A.. ffl.. LSL- . '1-?:1'4f?,,'. 'rm-,.'-. t-93: Voz' . 35 Eff V' U5 FQ f 5 F is 9 iv V l l 4 tw .ff , 'I - fa ,C 1 v . X. WX LLM, qi i f" , is q,.,,14if""' M41- bfi' .Av M -0- 3 . gr, 4 . . M." "-f. ,.,., ga... . r,,,JQ G. W' "- fad-1.. .. .-., iw . 4' 'si '4.,.w., 'M' Y: ii1'Mw 4 . " .. .. iv' ii.: ' . 1.1. ' iii 4 ' f ii ' .Wy , OPPERMAN, VERA ., .,,., .. .,,..,. Yafcx Cfllffl' Winnetaska, Splash Club, Glee Club, Chorus. OWENS, IIILLIS ,,,,,. ,,,, . I'ltl1'iItllltl Commerce Club, Football. OXVSLEY, ALMA ,,,,,,Y,,, . . . . lVt'fllI!1l'!' Y. W. C. A., Commerce Club, Mathematics Club, Glee Club, Chorus. OXVSLEY, RUTH ,,,,,,.., . I xV7l'flIl!H'A' Y. W. C. A., Commerce Club, Mathematics Club, Glue Club. Chorus. PADDEN, WILBER . . .. . .... .. Toronlo Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Tau Gamma, Track. PATTERSON, CARL .. . ........ fl71ff7!1llj' Sigma Tau Gamma, Glee Club, Pres., Boys' Quartet, Chorus. PATTON, ARLEINIE ...,..,.,, .... . . Wc'llXl'ilIF Mathematics Club, Geography Club. POE, MARY .....,..,..,.. .. .... Himllllvr' Commerce Club. POLAND, MARVIN . .... .,.... L XIII!! Ccmmerce Club. PORTER, KEITH .... .. . Sferlizzg Kappa Sigma Epsilon, History and Government Club, Erench Club. PRICE, DELTLAI-I ............ .... A Ilufllrl Primary-Kindergarten Club. PRICE, l.CURENE .... . ,..... flilzlfllil Alpha Sigma Tau, Emma Gridley Art Club. REAGAN, LOLA ........ . .. Riley History and Government Club. REED, EDVVIN ...... ........ . .. ,,,. WrIlifl,qf11r1 Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Hisf tcry and Government Club. REID, BTLLY .,., ,..,, , , , . ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,..,..,,.. K ,TOIIWI Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Latin Club, Football. RESCH, DOROTHY ...... . .. . .. .......,.. EHIll0l'f1l Sigma Sigma Sigma, Home Economics Club, Physical Education Club, Bulletin Board. RHOADS, CECTL ...... .... ...... .... B 1 1 rlirfgfnrz I Phi Sigma Epsilon, K Club, Agriculture Club, Latin Club, Industrial Arts Club, lnter-lfra- ternity Council, Pres. RIGGIN, MARIAN . Alluu Chorus. Page 60 fl, ,W mf I Wlwlii 7' RORICK, OLETA ,,,,. . ,,,Y.,... ,,,,,,,, I ubrlxoli W'innetaska, Y. XV. C. A., History and Govern- ment Club. SAMPLES, IIAMIQS LYLE . .. fjlllllfrlj' Sj11'i11gs Kappa Sigma lipsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Baud, Mathematics Club. SCHMITTICR, MERCEDES . .. . ,,,,, GJ'fPXllIll Phi Mu Gamma, Glee Club, Sec.-Trens.g Chorus. SCHUBFRT, ALBERT ,,,,,,,, ,... .,... ,,,. I Q I1 11101111 Phi Sigma Epsilon. Basketball. SCI-IURTER, ROY . .,,,,,, ,,,.,.,,,,, ........, E 1 zrrku Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club. A1'fcf111xa5 Cily Club, History and SEXVPLL, RICHARD ,,,,,, ..,, Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Grvernment Club, Tennis. SHORT, JOAN .... .. .. . . OxuzvaI0111ic Wfinnetaska, French Club. SMALL, KATHARINE .... Chorus, Archery. C1111 may Sp1'i11g5 Emporia SOUDILRS, EUGILNE . ..........,...... ....... . Sigma Tau Gamma, Emma Gridley Art Club, Band. STARK, -IUNE ...,,.. .,.. . . . If111l1u1'ia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Hume Economies Club, Chorus. E111 jroriiz SThG. VICTOR . ...... ......, ........... . . .. Band, Pres., Orchestra, Soloist, Wfoodwind Quintetg Chorus. STEVPNSON, HARRIIZT Alpha Sigma Tau. , ,, ,,,, ll0lj'1'11oil STOI IZINC MARIORY Winnetasln Omega Iiterary S ciety Y W C A Pres Spanish Club French Club Glu. Club W1 Illllgfllll STONI ANNATBLL Glee Club Chorus 531111 me STONI RUTH Nr 0111 .Shu Cc mmeru. 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L., ,, 6- F W I '-.. ...Q '53 I H NW' . -N F' " M '- . gn ,.,., N .-,. ."' .M I ,,,,, in . . r -s.-as ..,'rM .. ll " 1.""u... -'-' ' -an 1" " 4. : , ..-i, '. ' ,.. gi? "'f'wQii' f 1 M- G 'EL ... 'Mn VANDEVIZNTIQR, IXIABEI. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Il Iilllkalffl Y. W. C. A., Alice Iireeman Palmer. VARVEL, AIAMES ,,.,,, . ..,, W ,..,.,,,.,.,. , ,.,. Imlioy Ccmmerce Club, History and Government Club, Football. XVALKER, MARAIORIIC ...... .... ummlgt' Gamma Phi Beta, Primary-Kindergarten Club. XVALKER, OLIVE . . .,.. ., ,,,,,, , SIIII Cily Emma Gricllcy Art Club, Tennis. XVEAVER, VIVIAN .,,. .,,,.., , ,,,,,, , , IIIIIHIIIZTIIK' Pi Kappa Sigma, Sergeant-at-Arms, Home Ece- nrmics Club, Trcas. XVELCH, CATHERYN . ...., ,,,, S fl'l'1I714Q W'innetaska, Glce Club. XVIINRICH, EVELYN , Alpha Sigma Alpha, Candidate for Sunflower Queen. . ..,..... .... C Jxfmuf WEST, KENNETH ,,,, ,.,,, . , ,,,, ,,,,,, P11014 Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club. WIIIITTLE, FRED ,,,,,. . . ,,,, Arfznnxui City Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club, Tennis. XVILLIAIVIS, CATHERINE Y. W. C. A., Sphinx, Latin Club. , ...,,. Lvbu WILLIAMS, GEORGIA , , ....,.,,...... Aulbuny Delta Sigma Epsilon, Treas. XVILLIAIXIS, LENORI2 , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,YYYY Qlfinfy Y. W. C. A., Geography Club. WILSON, HELEN ,,,, W ,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Strong City Phi Mu Gamma, Treas.g French Club. WINKLER, YVONNE ,.,,,,.,,.,,.,..,,,,,..,.. St. john Pi Kappa Sigma, Pres., History and Govern- ment Club. YOST, MYREL , ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,, ,.,,, . ,,,, E mjmriu Alpha Sigma Tau, Gilson Players. Page 62 YL ff 0 0144! 147 ,4nq AHL !0lV6'C lfL Pg63 . V. gb . ,., 'iii 35? M1 X .1 Ui. M F 9 I 2 . Y Q. I If X X n ,fm Q fl? ,,,g U' am. 4 .A in in F- P. .. ' 3-"hi . .MJ- uw ' " I., .. -, -1, , 1... ., -. 11... . '-. ., in M .,.. 1 Xiu! Qmniht ba HH'-Fix fi-5.41 WWW? 4- ui, 1 H5 'C as . ,f 32 I J.. ' f l Q T ' f Qi H T 1: 1'7- FWF? 3' uv: 'I :vg-8 fy.-v :- !!! m,K5! ABBOTT, ELIZABETH EILELN . ..,, Alla Vism Y. W. C. A. ALLEN, VIRGINIA .,.., .. . . Lt'KlL'l'llIb'0l'fh Y. W. C. A. AMBROSE, ALBERT . .,., , ,,,, . Brrziulirl Chorus, Freshman Play. AMES, MILES ,.,... ,,,,..,,,,,,..,.,,,,. ,...,, . E 1111701111 Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club, History and Government Club. AMRINE, ABBIE ....,. ,.,,,. ,,,,,, C 0 unril Gray' Alpha Sigma Alpha, Freshman Class See.-- Treas. ANDERSON, ANNABEL . ........,.,....., .. Oxborm' Y. W. C. A., History and Government Club. ANDERSON, PAUL . ...,. ...... .... O x age Cily History and Government Club, Mu Epsilon Nu. ARNETT, CLAUDE .........,.................... EHZIIOTIII Phi Delta Chi, Freshman Play. BASE, GLADYS ................... ...... . .... A Ssnrizl Y. W, C. A. BAYSINGER, CAROL ...... ............ . I'II1r'ffm'il Y. XV. C. A., History and Government Club. BERTRAM, GAILEN .. .... ........ .,... G 2 'L't'l1SblH'g Sigma Tau Gamma, Band. BOONE, JOYCE ..... .. Trarolzio Y. W. C. A. BORLAND, NELLIE . .... . .... St'l'tllIfUll French Club. BORTON, IMOGENE .............................. Topeka Glee Club, Chorus, Band, Freshman Play. BOTTORF, LEOTA .................. .............. I r'lL'1'll Y. W. C. A., Chorus. BOWERS, DONNA ..... . .... Emporia Commerce Club. BRADSHAW, VIRGINIA ...... LUIIIZVII Y. W. C. A., Chorus. BRATTAN, GENEVIEVE ....... .... S zllilla Page 64 X423 0 if C., IZIIXKUIVCT BROWN. JOSEPH Y.... . . W ..Y,Y,..,Y Y,,Y.Y.YY C banlzfc' Y. M. C, A., SeC.g University Club, German Club. IIURKHOLDICR. CATHERINE , ,,,, Mtl1'f0l1 Y. XV. C. A.. Spanish Club. BUSCH, IXIARBETI-I ,, ,,,,,,, ,,YY, E mlzgrifr Emma Gridley Art Club. BUSH, BICTTE ,,,,, Douglass Alphathenian. ISYERS, LVELYIXI .N BYRD, VIRGINIA ,,,,,, ,,.,,,, French Club. 1.10611 Yah-s Cenfrr CABLE, HAROLD Y,,,,, Y,,,,. C Friar Vale CARLSON, INIYRTLE W, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, B znififlg Y. W. C. A., Mathematics Club. CHANEY, ANNA LOUISE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Princvlon Y. W. C. A., Sunflower Board. CLARK, DAUGHERTY ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, W cllinglon Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Ifreshman Play. COFFMAN, HAROLD . ,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,, O wfrlvrook Chemistry Club, Science Club. COLLINS, BERNICIQ ...,,,...,,.,,,... ..,,,, R obinxwz Sigma Sigma Sigma. CONKLE, DONNA . ......... . .....,..,............ Tdpr-lm Band, Orchestra, Wfoodwind Quintet, String Trio, Glee Club, Chorus. COOP, FORREST , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Climax Mathematics Club, Chemistry Club. COWAN, ROBERT . ,,,,. ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,r,,, P a rkm' Mathematics Club, Chemistry Club, German Club. CRIIMIIR, BETTY . , Alpha Sigma Alpha. CRIPIIIQN, ALMA ,,,, Latin Club, Chorus. CROWDER, CHARLES ,H Commerce Club. Emporia Kingmazz Virgil Page 65 CRUM, CATHERINE ,,,, Y. W. C. A. DARST, D. DARYL .,,...,,,,,.,, Industrial Arts Club, Glee Cl DAVIDSON, MARGARET Y. W. C. A., Chorus. DAVIS, VINCENT ,,.,,, Phi Delta Chi, Sec. W.. Lyndon Bucklilz 'iilliili-Eiiliiius. Godilunl Emporia DICKERMAN, EDWARD ,,.,,, ...., S ulilm DESCHNER, ZELLA ,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,..,.,,, ...,,, I 16551011 Winnctaska, Y. W. C. A., Glee Club, Chorus. DORNEY, KATHRYN .,,.. ,,,,, T orzganoxic Alpha Sigma Alpha. DYCK, AUGUSTA ,.,... .,,.,,, I Ialslmil Glee Club, Chorus. EATON, JAMES . ..,.,.,, ,,,..,, .,,,,,,,, ,,,,, D 0 1 zglaxs Freshman Class, Pres.g Commerce Club. EDWARDS, WILMA ,,,,. ,,,, B rouvzvll EICHOLTZ, VIRGINIA ,,., ..... A bilmr Alpha Sigma Alpha. EICKMAN, CHARLES ,,,,..,,,,,,,,., Wi1li41111sl9111'g Mu Epsilon Nu, Freshman man Play. ELDER, IDA ...,,, ,,,,,,, Alpha Sigma Alpha. ELLIOTT, LUCILLE ,,,,, Sigma Sigma Sigma. ENGLER, XVILHILMA ,,,,, Sigma Sigma Sigma. ERICKSON, MARQIORIE ...., EVERTSON, DONALD ...... FISHBURN, TWILA Y. W. C. A. Page 66 Baskenball, Iircsh- Eurflza .. .... I'r.'1fl Cbapumn Burilivk. Mplmn Iflllffll g, llllffdllfllf GIAIIST, IOIS ,, Y. NV. C. A. GIDIQON, NETTIE MARGUERITE Wunnetaska, Y. W. C. A. Gll.I.lfN, VIRGINIA Y. XV. C. A., Sphinx. GILLIS, GIQRALDINIZ .. Cbdllllldll Emmell ,. , Erlslon , ,,,..,,,. Eric' Si3,ma Sig.,in'i Slhllll X C. A., Primary- ' ' A ' L, 7. W. Kindergarten Club. GOFF, ROGER ............ .. .. .... Bllfklfll GREIZNQUIST, LA VEllNE ..,. ,... O Mgt' Cily GXVIN. ICLEANOR ,,.,...,..,,,...,. . Belle Pluinc Y. W. C. A., Mathematics Club. HACKLEIK, GIZORGIE , ,W I-IARRELL, AUDREY , ,.,, HARRFLL, MARY .N HENDIQRSON, BILLY ,, Glec Club, Band, Orchestra, Br Chcrus. Sylvia Ensign Ensign Pratt ass Quartet, HESTLR, OLVA ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.A, H artfonl W'innctaska, Y. XV. C. A., Geog German Club. raphy Club, HILL, CLYDE ..,,,.. ,. ....,, ,,,,,..,..,.,,,..... Buffalo Freshman Class, Vice-Pres., Kappa Sigma Epsilon. HILL, JOHNNY ....,.. . A.... Danville' HINSHAW, VICTOR ,,,, .,............... W rllington Kappa Sigma lfpsilon, Mathematics Club, Stu- dent Council. HIPP, AURELIA Y. W. C. A. HOOD, LICROY Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Student Co Crchestra, Chorus. HORN, HELEN .. Hzaffbifrson Afcbisolz uncil, Band, . Glaxo Page 67 ' I ...www .na-.-.... Q v ' v X x vv ' 7 I -4 'lgsjg . 1- Q an i.- 4 . , fx I - 0' N .fi 9 5 a L 1 s I ' I X' . G' 7 ul X 'N if 'mf 5 'va - W VL Le.. im ' 4' 'W M- v-,. HUGHES, ARTHUR ,,,,,,.,,,,,...,,,,..,....,, I3rr1p0rif1 Commerce Club, History and Government Club. JEFFERSON, GERALDINF ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. . fitlfllfff Sigma Sigma Sigma, Y. W. C. A., Alice Free- man Palmer. JIJZFILRSON, JO ANN . ..,,YYYYYYYY.YYY,,,YYY,Y f1r1l'7IUff Y. W. C. A., Alice Freeman Palmer. JENKINS, MELBA , JOHNSON, SUSAN ...... ............... Sigma Pi Sigma, Theta Sigma U , Srlzeru Poluirz psilon. JONES, MORRIS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , Council Grozr' Band, Glee Club, Chorus. JQNES, WAYNE S .,..,,,, SS., , Hnrlfaril Band, Orchestra, Chorus. JOSS, THITLMA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,, B IIVHIIKQKIHIK' Y. W. C. A., Chemistry Club. KELTNER, LOUISE ................,... .... S fi11u't'H KING, I,AWRENCE , ,,,,..,, ,,,,,,, M 1'll't'r71 IxINSEY, KATHRYN .....,..,.,,...., Mir1111'111r01i.v Y. W. C. A., Band, Orchestra. KLEIBIZR, ELLAMAE ,,,,,..,,..,,, ,,,, R 1111101111 Commerce Club. LANDRITH, THOMAS ..,,,,. Band, Debate. Emporia LAR SON, JEAN ....... ...... o mga cffy French Club. LAUGIILIN, ELIZABETH ,,,,, Y. W. C. A. Ilizwrz LEWIS, MARGARET ...... ......... .......... . T Ojieka Pi Kappa Sigma, Splash Club. LEE, WILLARD .,............,,.....,...... WL,XfIIl07't'1llV1lI LIKES, FRIEDA .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, R 011150171 Page 68 me X030 I l C., llllffdllfdf MQCLURE, CHESTER ,,,,, MADISON, BERNICE ,,,., MARKHAM, ANNA ,. Wfinnetaska, Y. NV. C. A., MARSHAl.L, lN'lAKJORlE Y. W. C. A., Glce Club. Cwlur Vulf' Nvasbo Rapids , ,,,,,,,,, FI:1z'w1sz'iI1r' Cvlcc Club, Chorus. .,., Cliflon MARTIN, GRACE ....... ...... . , ..,,, Mound Cily Y. NW. C. A., Art Club. lVllLLSPAUGl'l, HARVEY W ,.,, PI'l'Sf071 Band. MORNING. IRMA ..,., .,,,, . Robinson Y. W. C. A. l'.lOFFATT, WALLACE ,, , , .... Br'll!'fliL't MAHONEY, JOHN ,,,,,,, ,,,,, E mporla Phi Sigma lipsilon. MONSON, ELVIE ,,.. . Courllumf lWOCRE, MARJORIE . ,,,,. ,.,,,,, T Opfkfl Alpha Sigma Alpha. MOORE, MELVIN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Vifbilewulrr Band, Orchestra, Glee Club, Chorus, Track, Basketball. MORRIS, HELEN ..., ,,,,, R fmfing NlULl.lNAX, JUNE ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , , , . Df'lj7b0.V Pi Kappa Sigma, Glec Club, Quartet. lNlURDOCK, KENNETH ,,,, ,W ,. ,, ,.,,., ENZIPOUH Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club. Page 69 MURDOCK, VERA ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, OSBORN, ELIZABETH ,,,,,,,,,,,,. Y. W. C. A., History and Government Club OWENS, EDWARD ,,,,, Commerce Club. PANGBORN, MELVA LUCILLE PASSMORE, BERNARD PENNINGTON, VERNON Sigma Tau Gamma. PETERSON, NTARGARFT JOAN Y. W. C. A., Alphathcnian. PFILE, EULAH ,,.,, , , , Claw Cz 11101 POWERS, HARRIET , Kumar Cd, PUTNAM, CAROLYN ,..,,.Y..Y,,,.,.. T0I7Ik6l Y. W. C. A., Freshman Commission Historw and Government Club, Cvlce Club Chorus RADKF, ALLENE ..,YY,..,..,,,,,,,..,Y... Sl Iflbll Pi Kappa Sigma, Spanish Club, Chorus Sphinx RADKIZ, LORENE ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,...,,,, Sl OI 2' Pi Kappa Sigma, Spanish Club, Chorus Sphinv RAND, BILLY ,,,.,,,,,, ,, Alcblvon Band, Orchestra, Chorus. IKANKIN, CHARLES ,,,, ,, Br 7114111 ' REAM5, I-O15 .... Iliufrm Chorus. Page 70 Collolmooil falls CI ILILXKOHNJT REED, HELEN ALICE ,,,,, Chorus. REGIER, JOHANNA .,....,,,,, Olive! Elbing RENTNER, DONNABELLE ,,.,,.. ,,,,, A lwaorl RIEMER, DOROTHY ,,,,,,Y ,,,. P omonu Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. RILEY, BRETTA ,,,,,,, .,,,,,. B 1'm'11icf ROBE, DORIS ..,..., Emporia ROBERTS, .IOSEPHINE ,.......,... Counfil Grow Delta Sigma Epsilon. ROBISON, MAX ,...........,......................,., Marion Phi Sigma Epsilon, Latin Club. ROCKEY, GEORGE ,..,,,..,,,,. .,,,,. .... H i ullxuibd Commerce Club, Latin Club. RODEE, DOLLY ....... ....... E mporia Y. W. C. A. RORICK, HAZEL ............. ..............,...... I ohnson Alpha Sigma Tau, Glee Club, Quartet, Dra- matics, Chorus. SALMON, ELEANOR ..... ...... F owlfr SCHAAF, LYLE ................................ ..... T orrmirl Sigma Tau Gamma, Student Council, Glee Club, Chorus. SHANNON, GAIL .,....Y.....YY...Y.....YY.Y... Wl'l1Yl'fI1H Phi Delta Chi, Band, French Club, Glee Club, Chorus. SHANNON, VERA ..... ...... A lfifll Y. VV. C. A. Page 71 SHEELFY, ALINE ,,,, Emjrorifz Y. W. C. A. SHEPHERD, ARCHIE ,,.., PHI!! Track. SHOBE, LOLETA , .,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, WlIl'l'l'Ij' Winnestaka, Y. XV. C. A., Mathematics Club. SIDENER, JOYCE ,,,,,,..,.,,.,,,, ,,..,,,,.. M llllillvilli' Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Kappa Sigma, French Club, Glec Club. SMITH, ARLINE ,,,, ,,,. ZW IillIIi'tll70Ii.Y Y. W. C. A., Chorus. SMITH, DORIS Aflclllltl SMITH, GWIZNDOLYN . .,,,,,,,,, W Puwllrr' Rork Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Kappa Sigma, Corr. Sec., French Club, Glec Club, Chorus. SMITH, LAVON ..... ENIIFUIIJ SMITH, VERNE Douglass SONGER, ROBERTA . Lillfoln Y. W. C. A. STENZEL, ISEIKNICE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, .. . Nfzlriull Y. W. C. A., Glue Club, Chorus SWAIN, VIRGINIA , ,,,, Anlbouy TARKENCIQ, DOROTHY ,,,,,,, . ,,..... IJHCOII1 Y. W. C. A., German Club. THOMAS, AGNES . . Rwzding THOMAS, ANITA .... ............. ...... R f 'ailing Glue Club, Orchestra, Chcrus. Pugc 72 x., llllffdllflff TOVVNSICND, FRED , ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Wuwrly Clce Club, Orchestra, Ch 0I'LlS. 'lHRllflVllfR, ARTHUR , ,,,,,,,,, , Phi Delta Chi, Latin Club. TURNICR, PAUL , ,,A,,, , W, Sigma Tau Gamma, Glue Club UNRULI, VIVIAN ,,,, Glec Club, Chorus. WAGAMAN, RACHAEL ,,,, Y. W. C. A. WAYMAN, CHARLES , Sigma Tau Gamma, Band, XVICAR, MARY ,,,, Wfinnctnska. WIZBER, VVALLACE ,,,, , Y. M. C. A. XVHITESIZLL, ALLEGRA .... WlLHlTli, OWIN ..,. Y. M. C. A., Chorus WILLIAMS, JENNIE . , ........ . . Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha Si WOOD, VESTA C. uuu. ,, Alpha Sigma Alpha. WOOLVIQRTON, NAOMI Y. XV. C. A. YOUNG, CLARA .,.,,, ZIMMERMAN, JOHN . gm ii Strong Ciffy . .... .... I fwjvozb , Chorus. Aulm' .. Emjloriu Elllllllfill Commerce Club. WiL'lJif ' . Offazuf CIl'4l1"lUc1fr?' Yulm Cenlcf Emjlori 1 Alpha. Izzlzcliou Cily Abilumf ., YViCbi1u Enzporiu Phi Delia Chi, Y. M. C. A., History and Gov- crnmcnt Club, Track. Page 73 E ,I I 1 l'k .55 Z' la M .-an fff7s'j . fy: 'I . '1 , -Nxt, :- :Ti-i3F.'? In- .. My -. 1, ll Q 5--'3 ' lv N YJ .IZ . My -: , ' 1...',-., Q.,- igfcafgz . 'ff.4'. -ff -mf' 15.1" C565-' "-4629 Wim 051 1935.36 QContinued frcm Page 521 ENROLLMENT FIGURES 1934-193 5 193 5-1936 College ..,..,,,,,,,,,,, 1448 1616 First Laboratory School 410 5 02 Semester College ,,,.,,,,,......... 1411 15 51 Second Laboratory .,7,, ,, 410 4 8 9 Semester 19 3 4- 3 5 College ..,,.,,,..,.....,,,,.,,,............,,,, .,.,.,., 2 5 8 0 Laboratory School ,.... ,.... 6 1 3 Correspondence ....,. ..... 5 8 9 Total ......,,,,...,,...,,....,,,,.,....,.....,,,..,,, . .......,,,,., 378 2 From June 1, 1934, to June 1, 1935, 3782 dif- ferent students enrolled in courses offered by Kansas State Teachers College. If X91 THHWE W HAT LEARNE L .522 Q is Qmz. 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Organinations 171 113 fffffva 0 ,-1 x., llll 'lV4Z'C J fA M4165 ,x P' 5 Nl ali! w 4- A vi vm Init divas vans 4 16 + ,axe ma, Um IU . fi .--. N w w-nv-uw-v. -Q...-nv' um I I . 15, M ,,y' '?.z'.l- '35 1,1 .- . ..::i'Qs'1-iinig. " ""'?Q 4:2i':'g 5 :fmf 1, -,- 1 '-.4-5. L.. 1 axggt:-Q. 4-X-'nybif 3. X ' r -',f:f4f'fa"..1 1' 16- P1 , , Q- I...f'f " . 4' ... ,, ,1,..,,l ,,4.,., . , , . ,. , . .. .0 , N. . ...W f gg, I-'gfufzfgffg ,gin ,, V - 4 . v xg 1 .1-rigging ,1 gigfgg L1,n,'e3f' 3- hair. . 1. a V 1,35 . n lr xg, 1 I l ' 1 it - l XM E F V -,M ..--. H-nf. ' 1 an J.. "' , -.au."a. Jn- wl 4 Mrk? Q.. 'B-4 4 rf 5 iaf4"i fm 1 '-. i -. 1- VL. .,..,,,-f.- ' im? on ,M wi 4, ,L 4... M, ""-. V -j nuff.. A. . 1.54 .-4 0, I .., A r Esj,.,,,- P . fa, ., Mtg 4. !... W., , fl'-f I 1. - :psf gy. 44...L-Avbw .3 f,.. Wm... 51551 ,il . .1 Si' Harold Bccholdt, George Berentz, Lowell Brandner, Helen Briggs, Wayne Britton, Dr. Edwin J. Brown Leo Condon, Alex Daughtry, Maxine Helin, Mont Hilleary, Helen Ives, Cecil Kcrsten Harland Lanning, Prof. Ray C. Maul, Floyd McCune, Lewis Richardson, Ray Sandefur, Raymond Shobe X. pi. OFFICERS Prc'xic1'z'11f . ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, FLOYD NTCCUNE View-Prz'xif1c11f HAROLD BECHTOLDT Sc'z'rf'fa1"y ,,,, .. ,,,,,,,,, MAXINE HELIN Trzfaszzrcr ,,,7, ,,,,, , ., ALEX DAUGHTRY With a maximum membership of twenty-four upperclassmen, Xi Phi, the honorary leadership fraternity, performs various functions during the year. The annual Student Directory is published at cost by the organization. The Anniversary Ball, celebrating the opening of the ballroom unit of the Student Union Building, is sponsored by Xi Phi. An information desk is sponsored by Xi Phi during Music Week as a convenience to visiting high school students. The organization was formed in 1922 by a group of students who were largely influential in raising funds to start the Student Union Building. Dr. Edwin J. Brown, then a student, directed the cam- , paign for funds, and Xi Phi was organized under him. He has served as sponsor of the group since that time, except while doing graduate work in California. Membership in che organization requires a unanimous vote of the members and a scholastic average of at least C. Page X 0 P i fig? f Cfxw f? ,ax jedalle The activities of the debate squad this year included two radio debates, one demonstration debate before a high school, two public debates, one assembly debate, two state champion- ships, two second places in the state, discussion of four dif- ferent questions, third place in the national tournament, four debate tournaments, debating teams from fifteen different states, and recording speeches. The first debate of the year was held "before the largest audience ever to hear a debate in Albert Taylor Hall." In this debate, which was open to the public, the men's team discussed socialized medicine with Northwestern University. Before the tournament season started, the men argued federal relief over radio station VVIBNV, a Little Six practice tournament was held here, Elwood Jones and Lewis Richard- son recorded speeches on reciprocity tariff MQGUIRE treaties which were sent to Iowa and broad- T . . . BRITTON cast, and Lewis Richardson teamed with Mont HILLILARY d b . h WHARTON 1 eary to stage a pu ic e atc Wlt a- homa University on the official debate ques- tion of whether Congress should be allowed to override by a two-thirds vote decisions of the Supreme Court declaring acts of Congress unconstitutional. The first debate tournament took place at Denver. This Rocky Mountain Speech Conference was an experimental tournament which included heckling, panel discussion, cross examination, case method, and regular debating. On the way to the conference the teams staged a demonstration de- bate before Colby High School. In March the four members of the debate squad journeyed to Durant, Oklahoma, where the men,s team was eliminated in the quarter-finals by the champions. Britton and Hilleary tied for second place in the extemporaneous contest on the subject of international relations. The men,s team won the state debate championship for the second consecutive year, and Mont Hilleary repeated as extemporaneous champion. Wayne Britton took second in the extemporaneous contest, Doris McGuire placed second in the women's division, and LaVerne Wharton placed third. Upon the request of the assembly committee, the men's team met K. U. in a debate in assembly before the teams left for the Eleventh Biennial National Pi Kappa Delta Conven- tion at Houston, Texas. In the national tournament the men obtained the dis- tinction of being the last team to suffer a defeat. The men were eliminated in the semi-finals and took third place in the tournament. Doris McGuire went to the semi-finals in the women's extemporaneous contest. Page 81 Milf 0 WZ? L ' H- Y ,i s. il - , .N - X If ......,.4 f , a -7 x new s - rf K" iz Lf, . -xi J':..'e 7212. un ?q mf., aw " L" " ft, ,q an. ' sq. 0 .i . 1, an .." mi "hh" N " M -..- -t. Ag., Ml2N'S GLli1i CLUB Back row-Stover, Donnellan, Mclntcsh, Van Valkcnberg, lioman, Dietrich, Love, Schaaf, Lambert, Turner, R. Anderson, Stanley Front rcw-jones, Fox, Little, W'ai.goner, Darst, Gray, Shannon, Iivans, Bentrup, Anderson, Vfiziardie, Bayless, lierentz, Lockard, Tuggle, Kready, Patterson, Henderson, Stuart Mercedes Sehmitter, accompanist XY'OMliN'S GLl'ili CLUB Top row-Gardner, Dimon, Cooper, Greenquist, A. Owsley, McBride, R. Uwsley, Smith, Cnnkle Third rowwYLuekenga, -Innes, Schmitter, Stone, Barker, Gustafson, Anderson, Kays, Shipley Second row-Thrasher, Rich, Briggs, Horton, Kayser, Fulhage, Markham, Plumley, Putnam, Taylor, Moore Bottom row-Opperman, Cater, Huckstep, Deschner, Dyck, Sidener, Appel, Davis NlEN,S GLEE CLUB The men's glee club has proved its musical talent this year by its many artistic per- formances. The club was under the direction of Floyd V. Wfalceland, teacher of Voice. Georfe Berentz, student director, assisted Mr. Wfakeland. Durin the last week in is 3 February the club made a tour of Central Kansas, including fifteen towns. The tour was climaxed with a broadcast over KFBI, Abilene. The ro 'ram was made uv of P fs 1 many different types of songs, including a humorous Cantata, "The Grasshopper," for which the club received hearty applause. Soloists on the tour were George Berentz, cornetistg Mercedes Schmitter, pianist and accompanistg and Frank Wiziardie, reader. WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB The work of the women's glee club was two-fold. One aim was performance. Witli this purpose in mind they appeared several times in assembly and presented one mid-winter concert, which was enthusiastically received. The second purpose was a study of material the women could use in high school teaching or in other community work. The club, under the direction of Miss Elsie Thrasher accompanied by Miss Ruth Moore, worked toward these aims with two practices a week. Officers for the club were: Mary Margaret Dimon, presidentg Mildred Fulhage, treasurer and business manager. Page X2 N730 Lf MADRIGALIANS The Madrigalians had a very successful year as was evidenced by their many per- formances. The number in the group was increased from the usual number in order that they might sing motets as well asiold English madrigals, from which the group receives its name. The purpose of the organization is to present the finest unaccom- panied choral literature with a regard for its historical and its artistic value. The group gives its programs seated around a table in the manner of the English singers. Under the direction of Dr. Orville J. Borchers, Dean of Music, the Madrigalians presented various concerts in Emporia. In March they made an extensive tour of Kan- sas and Oklahoma, visiting twenty cities. Special numbers given on the tour were: violin solo, Floyd Denton, soprano solo, Mary ,lane Shepherd, voice duet, Marie Stead, alto, and La Faun Gormly, soprano. The personnel of the group follows: Jerrell, McClure, Peterson, Bentrup, Dimon, Edwards, Stuart, Butcher, Wfalieland, Gormly, Feasel, Evans, Shepard, Wellnlaii, King, Stead, Borchers. TREBLE CLEF CLUB The Treble Clef Club is a vocal ensemble composed of eight select voices for the purpose of presenting the best literature for ladies' voices in an artistic manner. Miss Catherine Strouse founded the organization in 1910, and since that time the club has sung under her directorship, except in 1921 and 1930, when she was on leaves of absence. The organization presents a spring concert annually and programs throughout the year. Miss Mercedes Schmitter is the accompanist. the accompanist. The personnel of the club includes Rosamond Feasel and La17aun Gormly, first Sopranos, Ethel Jerrell and Berenice Davis, second sopranosg Lilburne King and Mary Louise Butcher, first altosg and Marie Stead and Myrtlesther Dunkelberger, second altos. TREBLIZ CLEF Strouse, King, Feasel, Gormly, Jerrell, Butcher, Stead, Dunkelberger, Davis hlAl7RlQAl.lANS Alerrcll, McClure, Peterson, Bentrup, llimon, lidwards, Stuart, Butcher NVakel.md, Gormly, Feasel, llvans, Shepard, NVellman, King, Stead. liorcliers Page 83 C: llllff0lVC'C i 1 3 7 wr 22 l an X W W Q.: " ,5,l,.,.,, Nga Q11 V 1.11 5 flfif' ' '53 T ff: ' I iz. L: s in 2 ' .YT QW: wg 1'-' 'R ifqi-fi xx . 5 I Z 2 First row-Steg, Cleaver, Sample, R. Moore, Wilson, Lancaster, Kinsley, E. R. Steg Second row--Wagammn, V. Moore, 'Weir, F. Smith, W, Jones, Hacklcr, Bercntz, Service, Beeman, Stuart Shaffer, Arnold, DePeW, Conkle Third row-Caldwell, Tenliyck, Shannon, McDougall, Millspaugli, Bertram, Vest, johnson, Eagle, Hood Conner, W'olfe, Gray, M. Jones, Hosack, Shepherd, Savaiano, Wforrcll Fourth row-Huckstcp, Childers, Bumgarner, C. Moore, Miller, Cummings, Douthart, Darnes, Denton Anderson, James, G. Jones, Rand gal The K. S. T. C. Band for 193 5-36 had its busiest season in years. In addition to playing for football games, the Band participated in pep, Armistice Day, and Santa Claus parades. During November, it completed a concert tour of six cities and broadcast two programs. Upon returning from its trip, the group gave its annual fall concert, and also played at the Emporia Senior High School. Soloists for the fall season were Ruth Moore, flutist, and Victor Steg, clarinetist. The Band Varsity and the annual fall and spring concerts enabled the band to realize its desire to "dress upf' Enough money was raised at these three functions to purchase uniforms for half the band. Wayne Jones, who was the featured soloist, and seven other musicians displayed new uniforms at the spring Concert. Page 84 jde X930 y y UUA esilltci The Symphony Orchestra under the leadership of George C. Wilsoia presented some of the most out- standing programs in its history. The group made four formal appearances: Its annual fall and spring concerts, a concert during January, and the Music Festival concert. In addition a program was pre- sented for the third annual all-stare music clinic. The Orchestra also accompanied the chorus in the production of Mendelssohn's "Elijah" Soloists fea- tured at this program for the Visiting high schools during the festival were Floyd V. Walceland, tenor, Betsy Howland, pianistg Virgil Person, violinistg and Victor Steg, clarinetist. Many of the selections played were request numbers. ORCHESTRA First row-Person, Denton, Hargiss, Cummings, G. C. Wilsrwn, W'ellman, Thompson, Brown, Kayser Second row-Xlfood, llosack, Derden, Cltaver, V. Steg, Kinsley, jent, F. Stag, Moore, Lancaster, jobe, Lund, A. jones Third row-XY'est, Blakely, Baysinger, Holman, Darnes Fourth rizwfllendee, Conner, Rees, Douthart, Hood, Plumley, McClure, XY'olfe, Depcw, Conkle, Hen- dersin Haldumm llackler lieeman Shepherd NVrrrell Iones F Smith H Smith Gcrml' Lambert Fifth rtfw-Rand, G. jones, Angell, Greenquist ,Q f Page 85 xp ll ll 0 IVE? 5 W' f ff . ai 52.51 . , -rf- QQ? 2 Page S6 In lUlL'.Y fron! io bark 111111 Irfl fo rigbl-Cooper, Polly, Burlin, E. Ehrlich, N. lfhrlich, Adamek, Turner, Sams, W'hittaker, Conltle, JoAnn jefferson, Kays, Bradshaw, Swanson, Bennett, Lukenga, S'onger, Marshall, Kline, Stanzell, Shaw, Markham, Mellenbruck, Sehnieder, Ferguson, jerrtll, Hatifield, Davis, Gormly, Baysinger, Thomas, Radke, Curtis, Sheeley, Opperman, Kayser, Spear, Swelling, Henry, Monson, Featherstone, Base, Huckstep, Kilmer, Lancaster, Davis, Carlson, Henderson, Appell, Courtney, Gardner, Bible, Darnes, Thornstrcm, Smith, Hilliard, Kelley, jenkins, Greenquist, Cole- grove, McBride, Gray, Taylor, V. Mt7CiFC,iHL.S3CK, Pvans, Berentz, Tuggle, Shannon, Darst, Rand, Burke, Stover, McClure, Savaiano, Martin, Bentrup, Cleaver, Turner, jones, Dr. Borchers, Beeman, Fox, Shepherd, Jent, Hackler, Mclntosh, Gray, Matzen, Steg, Schmutz, Lockard, Moore, Bowman, Day, Moore, H. Anderson, Stuart, Keller, XX'iziardie, Conner, Dentcn, XV. jones, Lister, Sehaaf, XY'olfe, Welliiiang Stanley, Kready. Gilman, Dunkelberger, Dcuthart, Baird, Lee, Peterson, Plumley, Stover, King, A. Owsley, Auten, Love, G. jones, Base, Anderson, Peterson, liansler, Sehmitter, Davidson, Harris, Barker, Newell, Spityli, Riley, Adams, Service, E. Phelps, Gustafson, M. Phelps, Haskell, Brown, Olson, Putnam, Lambert, West, Borton. Wci,d, Daughtry, Ozenberger, Day, Hopkins, Heintl, liollmer, Butcher, Reed, Pdwards, Dressler, jones, R. Owsley, Crum, Fulhage, Shipley, Peterson, Unruh, Stead, R. Moore. Clow A great 'interest was evidenced by the decided increase in number over that in choruses of previous years. The Chorus program for the year was inter- esting as well as challenging to the students. The climax of the choral program f 1 f ' ,M, was reached with the rendition of the "Elijah,, by Mendelssohn during festival week. A concert con- sisting largely of unaccompanied numbers was given during the music clinic which was held in the fall. The Christmas program was centered around the Chorus. The judges at the festival as Well as the visiting supervisors were extremely favorable in their corn- ments upon the work of the group. The chorus was under the direction of Dr. Orville J. Borchers, Dean of Music, Miss Ruth Moore was accompanist. Membership in the group was open to those interested in singing and who successfully demonstrated musical ability in tryouts. me f 03 0 0 yqffee-cjcafeenif Cmncf OFFICERS President ,.,,77,,,. ,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.A.........,..,,.. C ECIL RHOADS View-Prexidw1f ..,7,Y,,., ,,,, .,,,,.... L o WELL BRANDNER Secretary-Treasurer ...., ,,.... C LAUDE E. ARNETT, JR. Publicity Claairman ,,,., ,,,. . .. A..,,7,,,., .. VERNON LooM1s Sponsor .,,,,,,,,,,,,,7,,7, ,,,,,,,, , .,,,,, D R. BRIAN E. TOMLINSON MEMBERS Kappa Sigma Epsilon-Lowell Brandner, Harland Lanning, Eu- gene Taylor. Phi Delta Chi-Claude E. Arnett, Jr., Percy Keller, Cecil Kersten. Phi Sigma Epsilon--Alex Daughtry, Richard Mawdsley, Cecil Rhoads. Sigma Tau Gamma-Vernon Loomis, Glenn Pennington, Lewis Richardson. The Inter-Fraternity Council is a body made up of members from each fraternity on the campus. Its purpose is to promote a feeling of co-operation and friendship among these organizations and between these and the independents. With the help of its sponsor, Dr. Brian Tomlinson, it carries on its Work. It is this council which originates and enforces those laws and rules, such as fraternity scholas- tic standards, common to all fraternities. It is the ideal of the coun- cil to raise the already high standard of these Greek organizations. Taylor, Lanning, Brandncr, Arnett, Keller, Karsten Daughtry, Mawdsley, Rhoads, Loomis, Pennington, Richardson LLM, 0 VVZZ Page 87 jig Sagfom STAFF Eflifor ,,,,,7,,,,,, ,,,, ,7,, ,,,,,,,,, , , , LOXVELL BRANDNER Bziximfxs Manager ,,,,, ,,,7, G FORGE BIZRENTZ Pbofograjilnv' W Smfifoixim HAzL11TT The Sunflower is the yearbook published by the students of the Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia. It is financed by the sale of books and the sale of space within the book itself. This year the sale of Sunflowers was stimulated by the sending of the king and queen elected during the Sunflower sales campaign to the world series baseball games at Chicago and the New Year's football game in the Rose Bowl. Cecil Kersren was the king selected to go to Chicago, and Verle Frost, the queen, was sent to the Rose Bowl. At present the Student Council is advocating placing the Sun- flower on the student activity ticket in order that the unrepresentative royalty may be elected by popular vote and the sale of yearbooks will be determined by the enrollment rather than the sales campaign run in connection with the king-queen contest. The Sunflower staff, in presenting this book, depicts campus life and activities that occur from day to day within its buzzing Hornet's nest. This panorama is a united effort to reflect the smiles and hums of the Yellowjackets. The staff has aspired to create a mirror of the 1935-36 school year-a collegiate scrap book. SUNFLOVVER BOARD as 4 Fcrrest Frease, Everett Rich, Clarence Wood, R. C. Maul, Helen Ives, Anna Louise Chaney Top row-Lowell Brandncr, editorg George Bcrcntz, business managcrg Safford Hazlctt, photographer Second rcsw-Wilbur Dacsclmer, associate editorg Frank Custer, assistant business managcrg Margaret Mary Xvotzdmansee, organization cditorg Harold Bcclmoldt, class editor Bottcm row-Geoffrey Gilson, sales managerg Robert Bennett, clramatics editorg XVilliam Martin, circula- tion managerg Harold Baker, men's sports editorg Alberta Brickell, wome11's sports editor ,. Page 89 lLlfLfXOW6T Rly Sandcfur, Friday editor, Harold Leslie, co-business manage-rg Alex Daughtry, Tuesday editor Marion Bclm, co-business manager QA.. gaffefzn The Bulletin, official student publication of Kansas State Teachers College, appears every Tuesday and Friday morning. Each semester the two Newspaper English classes, I and II, serve as reporters and feature writers on the Bulletin staff. Alex Daughtry, Tuesday editor, Ray Sandefur, Friday editor, and Marion Bohn, business man- ager, were chosen by the Bulletin Board last spring. Harold Leslie, co-business manager, was elected this fall. In October the two editors, Sandefur and Daugherty, and Prof. E. R. Barett, head of the English Department, attended a national convention of the Associated Collegiate Press in Chicago. Many new angles on news writing and editing were presented at the convention. Among the changes made in the Bulletin this year was a new headline type. Another innovation was the choosing of personal staffs for each editor. we X936 as jy--ww. 7 i .2 li ISULLIITIN BOARD: Top new-Dcnnih, Brrmdncr, lllillips, Barrett, Karsten, Maul, Reschg Loomis and Kennedy, rcpurtcrs Middle rL,vv-Prof. Gt-orge Phillips and Piof. E. R. Barrett, sponscrig Bush, linotypist Bottom row-Hillcary, Britton and Brooks, reportersg Leslie, Sandefur and Bohn, official staff members gf Ill! f!0lVC'C Pug? 91 14' I s -av Q. , 1: j:,l.V,AL,..E .Q 33? ff-gif-Qi-Q.:. wifi 7' fX1.ll'g.1l'Cf .'Xluilg.m1'd. Gczmrgc licrunw, linbcrl llcnmwt, Mary- ln l5x'uukS, Xlgllff lmxliw lilllclutr. 1 lJm1.1lLl C,l.11'lx, I hruld C,.mv,x Nlnxac Cm-uk, lmlnk l'ux1cx'. XYilluur I,,lL'SCllIXCl', Tum llcwcy, imrulll Cnlsnxn, Cu-4,11x'L'y' Culwn. l.lVI'Cl'lKL' Pl.lLCl1L'l', K lmrlcs llumu, Rvxmlmi Ilhplxilms, N,-His l.cU Ii.1ywr, Clcil Kclwu-lx. Uqlrlicnu Iimclm, xxYiHiLll11 NIM'- lin, lirucc Nlcinxlm, XXiNi.lIN Nllllillg, Glcnn Pclllxilxglmi, Keith l'm'lcr, Ray Smuluiur, XY'1ll.1rd Sllcplmurd, liugcnc 'l'.1y- lur, Dulliu 'l'l1J.l'lXSIl'l?I11, lfdnn lmuisc 'I-Llll1Cl', Myrul Yum. Qzbm WAI! at l'rulucLi4.ns: ,llw Klan Ifrnm Ilnmc, Mural Chucks, Slxc SL4mpS Lu C'm1quur, Alulm I5n1'cl.1y, A N1.1rri.xgu l'rupus.xl, XYVIICFC 'l'l1cx'u's '1 Vsnll l'u1lv.1 Nu Puxnlls 'ilu IILLII Kml 1 'p ' N.l99,'I-101i cr. ,x , ,, V:-Q, Picrurwz "Bultcr Nu Pnrsnipsf' Miss Kathryn R1lj'SL'F. Ifdnu Luuisc Turnur, "Metal Chcclcf' Pug? 92 51111 fo WET Q14 fAe flgecawg Dryden, Turner, Bidwell, Horton, Katz Marbourg, Hathaway, Julian, Helin, Sidener Resch, Symes, Johnson, Olenberger, Colcgrovc ,iiaim OFFICERS President , .,7,,,,,77,7,,,,,,, 7,,, D OROTHY OZENBERGER Treasurer H ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, E L EANOR COLEGROVE Rccowling Sccrafary ,,,.,,..,, v,,,,.,..,,,.,. W 1LMA HORTON Corresponding Sectreiary ,,,,, .. ..,,...,.,,,.,,,,,, LOUISE SYMES Sponsor ,,A,. , ,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,v,,,,,,A,, ,,,, ,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,7.. ,,,, M 1 s s CHARLOTTE FOSTER MEMBERS Alpha Sigma Alpha .A,,, ,. BETTY DRYDEN, EDNA LOUISE TURNER Alpha Sigma Tau ., XVILMA HOR1'ON, AILENE BIDWELI. Delta Sigma Epsilon ,,,, KATHARINE MARBOURG, JUNE KATZ Phi Mu Gamma ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, U ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ELEANOR COLEGROVE Phi Delta Theta ..,, , ..,. IRENE HATHAXVAY, HARRIETT JULIAN Pi Kappa Sigma ,,7E,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,, J OYCE SIDENER, MAXINE HELIN Sigma Sigma Sigma ,7.,,,,..,,...,TT,.. ..E, D OROTHY REscH, LOUISE SYMES Thvfa Sigma Upsiloa .,E,. U .,..,,,,,, DOROTHY OZENBERGER, SARA JUNE JOHNSON The Pan-Hellenic Council, an organization composed of two members from each sorority on the campus, formulates rush rules and settles sorority problems. It makes up a loan fund each year which is available to both sorority and non-sorority women. To raise money for the loan fund, the Council sponsored an inter-sorority varsity this spring. The annual Pan-Hellenic tea-dance is another social event which also promotes friendship, understanding, and harmony among sororities. This year, for the first time, the Council sponsored a tea for about 100 non-sorority girls. The purpose of the tea was to create an interest and understanding in sorority life. Page 94 Qhe X930 Anderson, Millspaugh, Smith, Hinshaw Bush, Dobbs, Kncuse, Rich 540 3 I emi Marzager ,,,,,,s.,, , ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, E VERETT RICH 4 Linotype Operator .,,.,A ,,.., H OMER BUSH Head Pressman .... .,,,,, L EON SMITH Pressman ,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,.. . . PAUL DOBBS Pressman ....,, ,A,A.. R ALPH KNOUSE Pressman ,,,, ,. .....,v,, PAUL ANDERSON Binderyman ...., ....e...eee,,,,, V IRGIL I-IINSHAW Bimleryman .,,s,..,.s,,.., ,- ,,..,....,,,,,,,e,,... HARVEY MILLSPAUGH The Teachers College press was founded for the purpose of doing the printing for the college, and in all of its years of existence has adhered to its original purpose. Teachers College for a number of years has been doing a type of work which demanded considerable printing. It was a pioneer in the field of tests. It still remains one of the largest distributors of tests in the country, DOI excluding those commercial publishing companies which specialize in the publication of educational tests. Therefore, it was expedient to establish the college printing plant for the purpose of printing educational tests. Later the Weekly News Review, now pub- lished in Washington, D. C., was founded by Walter E. Meyer, then a member of the Teachers College faculty, and printed by the plant. Still later the Every-Pupil Contest was developed for the several de- partments of the College and organizations connected with the college. For the past sixteen years the plant has been under the supervision of Everett Rich, instructor of English. C: zmgfawez Page 95 . 5,5 l "A, V Nr l I 1 I 5' , . V 5 Z l l' l I il I i L. ff ' fry gm, Greer, Messenger, Welker, Bechcldt, Philips, Shobe Quinn, Bryan, Woodmansee, Engel, A, Anderson Peterson, Gasche, Garman, D. Anderson, Guilfoil, J. Martin flawed Mn 651014 OFFICERS President Pascal sv,s....sss ss... s,.s,.......,,,,,s ,,.. ,,,,s,,.. E 1 J I soN GREEK Vive-Presiffwlf Gauss ,,,,....s,,,, ,,.,. . W .... RUTH F. MESSENGER Recording Scrrefary Erafosthvncs ,,,, ,, ,,,, VIDA GRACE XVELKIQR COVf'CS1l0l1dil1g Scfcrctmfy Dvscarfcs ,,,, ...,,.,Y,,,,,,, A . W. PHILIPS Trraszlrcr Bbaskara ,.,.,...,.,,.., . ,,,,..... .,,,, H AROLD BECHTOLDT ,Historian Abmcx .,.......,,. RAYMON SI-IOBE Sponsor Thales ss..,,sssssssssss.sssss E ,.,s.l.ss,.ssssss.,........,...,,,,,,,,,, DR. O. J. PETERSON Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity, was organized in 1931 at Northeastern Teachers College, Tahlequah, Oklahoma. It has for its purpose the development of an appreciation of the beauty in mathea matics, a greater interest in the subject, and a broader understanding of it. Member- ship is extended to students who are majoring or minoring in mathematics and who meet certain general and mathematical scholastic requirements. Since the first serious group of students of mathematics to be organized into a fraternity Was the Pythagorean School, it was decided to adopt the emblems of this school as far as possible. The chief emblems chosen for the,new fraternity were, there- fore, the five-pointed star and the pentagon. The pin and key are pentagons. The seal is the star, and the major part of the crest is a large star. The Wild rose was chosen as the fraternity flower. The rose, represented by the equation rho equals the sine of five theta, is set within the regular pentagon. The pink of the wild rose and the silver of the star were chosen for the colors. jig X930 Top row-Hoch, Laughlin, G. Martin, Nolan, Meats Second row-Gircd, Shrewsbury, Tucker, Benedict, Padden Bottom row-Harris, Samples, Wharton, Hinshaw, Schaffner , il fidffd bl 6 ALXOI4 There are now thirteen active chapters of this fraternity. Kansas Beta Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon was installed at Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia, May 12, 1934. Dr. O. J. Peterson, head of the Mathematics Department and sponsor of the local chapter, is now National Vice-President Euclid of Kappa Mu Epsilon. Kappa Mu Epsilon serves as an Inner Circle to the Mathematics Club, following the pattern of the Pythagorean School of S25 B. C. Each month the fraternity holds an open meeting in conjunction with the Mathematics Club, to which all students in- terested in mathematics are invited. Charter members of the Kansas Beta Chapter are Georgia Burns, Fern Chamberlain, G. XV. Ellis, Loren French, Helen R. Garman, Claude E. Hardy, S. L. Harrington, George L. Johnson, James T. McLain, Ruth E. Otterstrom, Mildred Peak, Oscar J. Peterson, Alfred W. Philips, Charles E. Rickart, Raymon Shobe, Harriet Shrewsbury, Dodds M. Turner, and Paul A. Young. At present the chapter has a membership of fifty-six, of whom thirty-two are resident members. Members cf Kansas Beta Chapter: Georgia Burns, Fern Chamberlain, G. YV. Ellis fdcceascdj, Loren French, Helen R. Garman, Claude E. Hardy, S. L. Harrington, George L. Johnson, James T. McLain, Ruth E. Otterstrom, Mildred Peak, Oscar J. Peterson, Alfred W. Philips, Charles Richart, Raymon Shobe, Harriet Shrewsbury, Betty Stover, Dodds M. Turner, Paul A. Young, Neva Clemetson, Erma S. Gardner, Vetra E. Hahn, Thelma Halverstadt, Velma M. Lalouette, Ruby M. Norris, Eldon L. Pcnner, Harold Bcchtoldr, Edison Greer, Mrs. Ruth Harris, Albert Hunsicker, Georgia Martin, Ruth Messenger, Rollin Quinn, Russell D. Byall, Richard C. Nolan, Howard E. Tcmpero, Charles Girod, Vida Grace Welker, Audrey Anderson, Dalton Anderson, Esther Benedict, Aldro Bryan, Victor O. Engel, Louis Gasche, Eunice Guilfoil, Merton Hoch, Albert Laughlin, Jack Martin, Rowe Meats, W'ilbur Padden, Charles B. Tucker, Margaret Mary XVoodmansee, Virgil Hinshaw, Lylc Samples, Martha Schaffner, LaVerne Wharton. 1 ! Page97 llll 0lVe'C nf" Top row-Plumley, Bennett, Brown, Cross, Gephart, Gillen, Henderson Second row-Huckstep, Ives, Kelly, A. liadke, L. Radke, Sclilatter Bottom row-Brickell, Sclimitter, Seouten, Selanders, Stonebraker, W'illii1ms, Wiiikler 4 A . I H495 OFFICERS Prcsidmzt ,,, 7., , 77 . , 7, . - . LENA PLUMLLY Vice-Presidwzt ,,,, ,,,, A LBERTA BRICKEL1. Svcrclary ,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,7 B ONNIE SELANDI-.RS Treasurer ,,,, ,. ,,,,, , JOSEPHINE Citoss Sponsor ,A,,, ,, Miss PAULINE HENDIZRSON Sphinx Club is an organization for college women who are interested in literature. The name of the club symbolizes the lasting influence of literature, and like the ancient Sphinx of the Ages, who looks down upon the countless deeds of history, Sphinx Club watches with interest the activities of modern literature. Sphinx Club was organized October 14, 1919, by a groups of girls interested in literature under the leadership of Miss Teresa M. Ryan. Miss Pauline Henderson is the present sponsor of the organization. During the course of the year the works of Edna St. Vincent Millay, Amy Lowell, Sara Teasdale, Alfred Noyes, Bess Streeter Aldrich, and Williani Yeats have been studied with discussions directed by various members of the club. Membership is not limited to English majors alone, but any girl interested in litera- ture is eligible. Outstanding events of the year are the pledge parties held each semester and the annual spring banquet. ZA., 1930 Top row-Decker, Donez, Drake, Dunkelbcrger, Evans, Forbeck, G. Jefferson Second rcw-J. jefferson, Jolie, Josserand, Koch, McCune, McKale, Minaker Bottom row-Riggin, Ruud, Sheffield, Sterz, Tibbals, Traxler, Vandeventer ,alfa jlzme. OFFICERS Prcriflmzt ,,,,,,.A,, .. ,,,,,,,,.A,A.A,A, .,7.. D ARLIENE KOCH Vice-Pwsiflcfzf , , , ,,,,,, M YRTLE RUUD Seen-lfzry ,,,,.M,7,, ,,,..,,.A,7 T REVA MCCUNE T1'eas111'c1' ..,, ,,..7,,A.,,,,,, H ELEN MINAKER Sponsor ,,,, ,,7, M Iss HARRIETT ELCOCK Since 1912 the Alice Freeman Palmer, Society has been one of the most active socie- ties on the campus. Taking for its ideal Mrs. Alice Freeman Palmer, the society has tried to promote on the campus those fine qualities that distinguished Mrs. Palmer. In trying to develop a well-rounded life as Mrs. Palmer had, semi-monthly meetings of discussions of modern writers and their works, or social gatherings are held. The meetings are led by members of the society or some other interested person. Members: Edith Caress, Pauline Decker, Dolores Donez, Myrtlesther Dunkel- berger, Kathryn Drake, Dorothy Evans, Virginia Forbeck, Audell Herndon, Geraldine Jefferson, Jo Ann Jefferson, Darliene Koch, Maxine Lewis, Treva McCune, Frances Mc- Kale, Helen Minaker, Virginia Richard, Myrtle Ruud, Henrietta Sterz, Jessie Sheffield, Ora Mae Traxler, Mabelle Vandeventer, La Verna Wharton, Eva Kuhns, Florence Folks, Jane Josserand, Marian Riggin, Edith Jobe, Wilma Lanning, Virginia Tompkins, and Georgia Martin. ,.- Page 99 if IUL 0lVZ'C ft 6423 FW E Y .17 ' - X - D ' , .mir is Q3 91 , ! ,,, 7 X 1 ly-T. PM 1 -F 1 f-1 .1 69 Z , 1 . gm .r 4.1 U. bu' .iw ' .. ,U -., " .,, " A.. '41 S-Q M qw . . ,. 4 fn. vm .A , .H ,. M., W-Ha . 'WH ,,,. - .,.. -fi , N180 J if 1 .,-1, ,al 1-. " ,-. ,- VV EL.-L ftp- QE? 5. , 'Q 1 41 QW? -, f ji, . W, ft Top row-Rhea, Niles, Green, Diggs, XXVZQLIICY, vVULldlNAl'lSCC Secend rewfllellnier, Sl4ILllll1g, Lewis, lissieli, Koch, llaxis, Moore l5Qlt4,n1 1't,Wlll1'igg:, Gustafsnzn, XV1,lfe, Shipp, liraxolis, Cater ' IM ffli ff OFFICERS l,l't'.Yft1l'Ilf P.1xu1.1N1 81111111 lljft'-Pl't'Sftll'lIf , lli-,1.1-.N l5111c,c1s St'l'l't'ftI!'J ,, , ,, TH1-.Rl-,SA H1,L1.M11z T1'e11s111'1'1' ,, CiXY1.NIJOl.?N Gina-.N llixlorifzzz ,, .. , . , 7 M.xx1N1. I,1.xx'1s Sjzofzxrirs , ,, H Mus. II. W. M1n'15L1x1u', 54155 ITAYL Hum MAN The Omega Literary Society is the oldest organized group on the campus, having been in active existence since its organization in 1902. Although organized for the purpose of debate, the society has since talten as its purpose the encouragement of friend- ship, leadership, and literary achievement. Regular meetings are held twice each month for the purpose of study and discussion in the field of literary achievement. The membership is made up of women who have attended college at least one semester, and who maintain high seholastie standing. Two scholarship loan funds are maintained by the organization. One is designed for the use of undergraduates, the other is for graduate students. Social events during the year were rush teas, pledge parties, and a fall picnic at the Butcher Cabin. Page HMI 1 745 X093 0 Top row-Keene, Messenger, Anderson, Hendee, Blakely Second row-XVelker, Bush, Rhea, Sward, Fulhage, OlCI1bCl'gCf, Peyton, Moore Bottom row-Peterson, Bain, limerick, Crawford l C74!!7ALillA6'l1lLil1 OFFICERS I'1'f'sirfr'11I ,,,, . . . MARo.xR141T Swamp Vin'-l'1'e.vhlz'11f . ROSIQMARY Bl,Ak111.Y Sl'l'I'l'I'!ll'j' ,,,, .. .. .. VIDA GRACIIZ XX,IiI,KliR Sl'Vgl't1l1Il-llf-I'll'lIIS . ,,,, ., .. .. Al.llII'Q P12Y'1'oN Sjwomorx .. .. MRS. El.s1l-' PINL, Miss IDI-.I.I.A A. XVARIBILN .i '12 The Alphathenian Literary Society is an active organization of college women especially interested in the studying and reading of current literature. Organized in 1921 and keeping as its motto, "Esse Quod Videref' the society meets twice a month to review books, plays, or poetry. Once a year a "creative" meeting is sponsored to which members bring and display any original compositions. Outstanding social events during the year are the Rushee Break- fast, the Annual Christmas Dinner, and the Annual Spring Dinner Party. ' MEMBERS: Audrey Anderson, Thelma Bain, Rosemary Blakely, Bette Bush, Margaret Caskey, Beulah Crawford, Evelyn Emeriek, Mildred lfulhage, Mildred Garrett, Geraldine Hendee, Helen Keene, Esther Maxcy, Ruth Messenger, Irene Niles, Dorothy Ozenberger, Joan Peterson, Aliee Peyton, Nadine Rhea, Margaret Sward, and Vida Grace XVelker. i llllf!0lV6'ZZ Page 101 I QL .f I 1 IL! xfug Y J . A ,1 r I ff!! ff' F iff I , 1 l if E , ,fi lx l rw- . N " . WM s iflwfffe 'X' r ,rs ll' ' fa Airy vw ig ml' iw iff any 94 Q-1 3 A rf- li 1. , 0. , Z, .. 1 59 A., , JF.: 2' V1.5 "'L 1' 'i' . 1 'gf Li in.. f,,:,, 45 ivy-.A v-"H :,:..,.. N.. 4.. Back ri W-Luft, Ven Keller, Wallar, Reeble, Bentley, Mcilune, Deitrieh, Gephart, Matin, Olsen Page 102 l7rc.nt iiw-Vollmer, Delmare, Schneider, Price, Souders, NVebber ,. jufmz Qefvlfe tfv!zfCf1'zd OFFICERS Pl't'Sftlf'IIf, lfirxl Sl'II1t'Xfl'!' , JUNE XlOl.l,NIl.li Pl'l'Sftlt'llf, Sl't'0ll!l Se1m'xfr'1' , Ml-iiuiri Gi I'IIAR'I' St'!'lAl'fCll'ij' , , ,, RALPII l3I4l.MARl, Tl't'LIa'I17'i'l' Ricirifxiw XYlAl.l.AR The Emma Gridley Art Club was Ol'gL1lll7CCl in 1923 for the pur- pose of encouraging interest in art. The club is open to all stuclents enrolled in the Art Department. The Art Club had their second annual Beaux Arts Ball in the Student Union in March. All persons came costumed as some his- torical or literary character. An Art Pilgrimage to the Nelson Museum of Art in Kansas City was made in May. This visit to the gallery was made by special train, so that townspeople could go with the students. Through the efforts of Prof. H. Francis James, head of the Art Department, interesting collections of original paintings and repro- ductions have been on display in the Art Gallery throughout the year. Likewise, through the efforts of Professor james, the entire second floor of Administration Building has been transformed into a place of artistic beauty. V Ae ms Tap row-L. Schuessler, V. Moore, ll. Miller, D. Fitch, R. Dunham, D. Evans, M, Acker, H. Arnold, H. Wilkins, R. Harrison, C. Leaton, H. Horn, A. Dyck, M. Wuester Third row-M. E. Kline, C. Foster, H. G. Kemp, W. Angell, A. Wipf, G. Townsend, M. Miller, B. Rob- inson, M. Marshall, H. Chaney, F, Fclks, A. Tannnr, M. Jones, M. Pontues Second row-S. Johnson, M. Gibb, L. Pangborn, A. M. Harris, F. Humble, M. Sniekles, H. L. Smith, IT. XX'ismeyer, NI. Street, C. Henderson, F. Harris, R. Rowland, H. Featherston Bcttcm row-M. Leiser, B. Davis, B. Ames, D. Honer, B. Sims, M. Whlker, V. Iiicholtz, S. Hockensmith, I. V. Tompkins, lf. Dobson, L. Cable, V. Getchell 1 'cinlcit - fliliifetycitllfli CFFICERS Prrsiflruf E E ............ JITNICL STREET slit?-P7'l'XitlC'lIf ,,,. ELIZABETH XVISMEYER Sevrefary ,,..,.... , HEI.EN LOUISE SMITH T1'i'll.YIlT'f'1' .- ,,,.. ..... M ILDRED SNICKLES Spfznsors RJISS AcHsAI-I MAY HARRIS MISS EMMA HUMBLE This organization, of which there are approximately 68 active members, strives to bring together in social, informal contact, all students and faculty members who are interested in the field of pri- mary-kindergarten education. The programs for the year have been miscellaneous. The social events consisted of the annual Christmas Party and the Spring Banquet. f Page 103 x., I UZ 0 VV673 Q,- o 5 "'j'::!' 7 fy if ffffeff jtlffipff Wm OFFICERS Prcsizfwzf ,,,,.,,,,., ,,,,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,.,,,,,, R AY SANDEFUR Vive'-Prffsizferzf ,,,,, ...,.,...A... A USTIN MENTZER Secrefary ..Y,,...,,,...,,.,,.,,,,.. ........... , ..... K IOE BROXVN Trrnszzrrr ....w, . ,..,,,..,,,,,,,,,7,,,, ,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,, M ILTON SENT1 Execzzfivc Serrefary ,,,,,,,,A. . ,,.,,,, WAYNE BRITTON Board Presirleuz' ,,,7.......,..., DR. M, W13sL1zY ROPER Y. M. C. A. activities for 1935-36 began officially at Estes Park, Colorado, last summer when four delegates from Emporia State Teach- ers College gathered with hundreds of students from colleges and universities throughout the Mid-West for ten days of discussion of problems of the day. At the Association Camp the program for the present year was formulated and outlined. The theme for this yearis meetings was based on the Estes theme of last summer, "Modern Roads to Freedom." Finances for the Y are derived from the Y Book Exchange which was moved from the Student Union last fall to its present location on the first floor of Plumb Hall. Wayne Britton and Virgil Klotz served as managers of the exchange this year. In connection with the regular activities of the Y, several speakers were brought to the campus under its auspices. Dr. Clark Eichelberger of New York, an authority on the League of Nations, spoke to as- sembly last fall. Dr. John Bennett, a theologian of note, appeared before several groups in Emporia this winter. Dr. James Chubb of Baker University spoke to the Y on one occasion. Many other out- standing speakers have appeared on Y programs. Outside activities of the cabinet and the commissioners include sponsoring programs for high school groups, conducting a basketball tournament at the city Y, arranging for social functions throughout the year, planning an alumni association which is to be organized this spring, and preserving a Christian spirit in college life. Close harmony developed in the Y this year in the form of a male quartet composed of Phillip Maxcy, tenor, Paul Daniel, second tenor, Ray Sandefur, baritone, Paul Edwards, bass. They served as the musical representatives of the- Y, and sang before Hi-Y groups in the city. Austin Mentzer will serve as president of the Y next year, with Paul Edwards as vice-president. Paul Daniel will be secretary, and Robert Testorff will be treasurer. The official boardincludes eight members of the college faculty and three men from the city of Emporia. Dr. M. Wesley Roper acts as president, with E. J. Calkins advisor. Others are Dr. B. E. Tom- linson, Dr. C. E. Arnett, George C. Wilson, W. H. Singular, H. E. Dewey, Rev. O. M. Showalter, F. B. Ross, and Dale C. Stout. QL we Bluk 1'mx'fl'mxull, I.. NICHLICF, C. lxI1dL'I'S0l1, Nvilllilc, slulmxnmcycr, Zimmerman, 'l'mvmunJ, Klm Mmxsxmmn, Ruby, l'qu'l1s, Fox cmul row AI1Lft.'l'S47H, 1,l'U.lSI1CI', l"'1lKL'l1lR1I1k, IS. .'Xmlcx'sm1, Gould, Arnold, li.l9ll1LX'9SClT, liruwn, I ll1'cu1', llmicl, 5.11-Cl'ifC, Sipcs, XY'iHi.ll11S, Aulcn lI1Ix'4l ruxxflilmy, Hl'.'llldl1L'l', kl. Bruwn, Mr. liupcr, Mr. Russ, Mr. Arnett. SLll1dCf-Lll', A. Nitlilltf, C Ssnli, Ill-,x1u,:ul.,11. Inset--Y mcmlwrs .lx lklcs Pull. lulrllu 1'mxfl,cxvIx, lhyluss, XVubur, Rilcv, IjUClxL'l', lug Bwlmn, l3riltm1, H. IXIICICIWUII mcppcr, liLlLl!ALI,ll, HIHUHS- uumi I'icLL111-'l'uxwrff, NICHIYCF, Brown. Bulmn, liriuun, S.lINlCflIl', lirandncr, Klum, llid,llg.w, Grcur Ilxind .md fuurnlm picLuruQ-'l'hc Y. Nl. Bunk lixcl1.1ng.gc .md its information table during cnrullmuu P f clgz' Ulf Y. W. CABINET Top row-Bain, Blakely, Crawford, Donez, Drake, Jefferson Second row-Jones, Koch, Peterson, Stoclzing oc. CABINET Prcszdcnl ..,....,,.,,. .,,w, . ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,7, L Vice-Presiclvnf ,,,77 ,,,7 G WIQNIIOLYN PETERSON VIRGINIA SEAGRAVES THERESA HEI.LMER MAR-JOIKY STOELZING Secrcfnry -. ....,.. Treasurer ,,,,, I,,,,,,,,.,,, . L Program Cliairnmn ,,,I., .. I,,,,II KATHRYN DRAKE Mcrnbersloip :mil Flliflllfl' I.,,.. DOLORES DONEZ Social ,,,,,,,I, , ,,,, L ,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, T H EMA BAIN Fellowslyip ,,,,.,. ,, .,,,,,II ,,,I I,.I G I .AIJDEN HASKIiI.l. Freshman Commission ,II,,, IIIII, D ARLIFNI2 KOCH Worlzl Affairs and Pence .,.,,, . ,,,,..,,I.,,,..,,.,,.,,., MAXINE LEWIS Social Service ,.II,..,,,II,,,,,,III ,I,, B EUI.AH BELLE CRAWFORI7 Cmnpns-Sisfcr and Hospifalify ,,,,vI,,,v.. ROSEMARY BLAKELY Music ,.,,,,,,, , I,,,I,,,,,,,I,,,,,,,,,,I,I,,,,,,,I ,,,I VIOLET CARLSON Publicity ,L,,,. ,,,,, ,.,..,.,,..,,L,,Lv,,.,,, , .,...,,L,..,..,...,.. E D NA JONES Freshman Commission President ,,,,,, GERALDINE JEFFERSON Sponsors Mrs. Elsie H. Pine, Chairmang Miss Vida Askew, Mrs. Thomas Butcher, Mrs. P. Drake, Mrs. George Johnson, Dr. Minnie Miller, Miss Maude Minrow, Mrs. W. D. Ross, Miss Mary Alice Seller, Miss Maude Shore, Miss Catharine Strouse, Miss Alice Von Keller, Miss Jennie Williams. Y. W1 C. A. Secretary, Neva Heflin. The members of the Young Women,s Christian Association, a part of the Student Christian Movement of the Rocky Mountain Region, unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. They determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people, and to do this they seek to understand Jesus and follow Him. In their weekly discussion meetings they try to help girls to solve some of the perplexities that face intelligent young people who come to college in the hope of learning to live more fully and creatively. The members also participate in the Weekly fellowship meetings of the Student Christian Movement, and assist in planning all-school vesper services. ji. ns.. First row--Becman, Bentrup, Berentz, Denton, Evans, Haekler, Hosack Second row--Jones, Keller, McClure, Moore, San Romani, Savaiano, Shepherd Third row-Steg, Worrel, Wakelund, Wcllnlan, Stanley Fourth row-Borchers, Person, Vfilson, Stcg, Schmutz JM. Qi C45 OFFICERS President .,,,,..,, , ,...... .,., - -. ...,,.,,w, EUGENE BEEMAN Vice-Prr'sizfe11t .... GEORGE BERENTZ Sccrciary ,,,,... ,,,,,,,,,,.t. B EN EVANS Treamrm' .r,, r,,.,,,. F LOYD DENTON Chaplain ,,,, , ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,t,,, ,, ,,,,,7,,7...,.,,.,,.,,..,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,t , ,,,.... EDWARD WELLMAN A growing desire on the part of music students of K. S. T. C. for organized pro- motion of music ideals, scholastically and professionally, resulted in the organization of Mu Psi Chi, men's honorary music fraternity. The fraternity unites its activities musically and scholastically by presenting recitals to the public, by promoting and encouraging music on the campus, by sponsoring music programs, and by promoting open discussions on professional music topics. Mu Psi Chi hopes in the immediate future to bring further recognition to Teachers College by affiliating with a national music fraternity. ,l Z Page107 CII I LIL 0 VVZZ i fl' luv N -we-rl V N vu. 3 x I F I . 51, .,. .1-JEL K 4 f in ii-I "" '?'i-M ii twigs wi? A fs Mawr! af x ly L. E: iw., 'Qs Top row-Moore, Senti, Doxcn, Holtz fspunsorj, Defvlott, Allsbury, Robinson, Crippen Scernd row-Gondrum, Triemer, Mcliale Qconsulj, Sniden, Hubbard, Hidalgo, Gooch, ilobe, Anderson Third rowfliridges, Traxlei, Heyl. Diggs, Selanders Lstribaj, Noll fliibicinaj, Dodge. Hill Ba.It4,ni r.1w-Anderson, Keller, Vim, Rhoads, Decker, Klcepper, XY'illiams, Reid t.1el'.1I'illSl. ml L Pzgi' 1118 Q 1 . 3046 lllchi ci Llici MCMX IHI-MCMXXXVI Sententia: Exigui numero sed hello vivida virtus. MAGISTRATUS CTUIISIIIUX ., .. F. RUTH Mc:K.xL1' 1'r H. Erwoon JoN1is Srrzfm , , B. MAI. SLI ANDI-'Its At'!'lll!'fIl.Y , , ,, l,. BII1. Ruin Tzfvirimz ,, ,, , , IJ. VIRGINIA Nou. SjmI1.rm'I'.r XV. L1-'Rox' Hoifrz M. AI.Ic:14 SI1I.I,Iik P!'UKQl'LlHIl The club held regular meetings once each month with an average attendance of 35, Among those who have aided in our programs are Eugene Savaiano, who told of his summer travels in the land of Caesar and Mussolini, and Dr. Blackman, who lectured on the relation of Latin to chemistry. The Saturnalia was celebrated with talk, song, and "gifts" Mr. Holtz spoke on "The Poet Wfho Never Dies" and followed it with 50 slides on the haunts of the poet Horace. Dr. Mosher treated of the Augustan Age in history and literature, and Mrs, Pine discussed the books that l.atin students should know. Cwrfo: NVe believe that the study of Latin and the humanities affords the best basis for a sound education and that it can make a contribution to American civilization which can be made in no other way: that state and nation will be better if the classics are more widely studied in school and college, XVe believe further that any effort to reduce the amount or in anyway to lessen the influence of Latin is harmful to the best interests of American youth, both as individuals and as prospective citizens. R. Ruth McKale et H. Flwood jones, consulibus. B. Mae Selanders, Seriba. aft 7 ' ' fiat we ,tat .,- i f V ' . fv - -4 1. 1 ,az ,ff A 1542? .5 K , A 1 sap. ' ,js .. L i Top row-Arnold, Becholdt, Bernet, Britton, M. Cook, McCune Second row-Eshelman, Lanning, Sandefur Third row-Daeschner, jones, La Croix, H. Cook, Roglin, Sparks ya f4.,,,.. isa. OFFICERS P1'f'5i411'1ff YYYYvYYY, M ,,,MYY,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y, ,,,,,. W AYNE BRITTON Vice-Presi1le11f ,,,,,..f,,.,7. JACK BERNET Secrefary-T1'caszzrar ,,,, ,,,,. H AROLD BECHTOLDT Hiyforinn ,,,,,7,,,7 , ,,,,,M, ,,,,Y,,w,,.,,,,,,,7 ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,77,.,,,,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,, E U GENE TAYLOR Zeta Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta is the second largest in the world. Among its members are such nationally known men as Harry H. Woodring, Assistant Secretary of War and former Governor of Kansas, William Allen White, internationally known news- papermang George R. R. Pflaum, past national president of Pi Kappa Delta and present Governor of the Kansas Province, and Thomas W. Butcher, President of Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. This year Gamma Chapter of Manhattan, Beta Chapter of Washburn, and the local Zeta Chapter promoted the second Students' Legislative Assembly in the legislative chamber at the state capitol. Two broadcasts of the proceedings were made over a Columbia hookup. The Lieutenant-Governor addressed the group. Jack Taylor was elected permanent chairman of the Assembly, Mont Hilleary served as Republican chair- man, and Lewis Richardson served as chairman of the Educational Committee. The Annual Recognition Banquet of Pi Kappa Delta was held at the Hotel Kansan in Topeka. Emporia State Teachers, Kansas State, and Washburn Colleges combined their efforts for a successful banquet at which XV. T. Markham, state superintendent of public instruction, was made an honorary member of the local chapter. MEMBERS: Jack Bernet, Harold Cook, Harold Bechtoldt, Wilbur Daeschner, Alex Daughtry, Harland Lanning, Floyd McCune, Glenn Pennington, Gladys Roglin, Eugene Taylor, Mont Hilleary, Wayiie Britton, Elwood Jones, Eugene La Croix, Doris McGuire, Nadine Rhea, Lewis Richardson, Ray Sandefur, George Sparks, Archer Arnold, Byron llshelman, Carl Gulde, Xvilson Jordan, Luther Keplar, Thomas Landrith, Otho Rasmussen, Myrtle Ruud, Verne Smith, Robert Testorff, Dollie Tharnstrom, LaVernQYharton. K Page109 i LLIL 0W6'C 1 , , TIT Z :F li X . 9 ,J 'flfsz -'fn -ssl' l 11 'i 1. l is Hm- T! 1 K" 1 5 V' . j, LT7. Sw. 'Q' -' . w 0. " 'lf' ei sf gi ,stil , e - 1 -5 :N FRLNCH CLUB Top row Qleft to rightj-fNellie Borland, Maurine llssex, Geraldine linrr, james Roy Nielson, l,uis Hidalgo, Forrest Iircase, Harold Cook, Ralph Delmare, Margaret -lean Caskey Second rtzw Qleft to rightj--Prof. -I. R. Aiken, l.a Von Smith, Vivian Cawtxztl, August Iiberle, Marion Tihlmls, Henrietta Stew, Dorothy Olenbergcr, Marjorie Steelzing, Neva Ileflin, Rosemary Blakely, Margaret Wood, .Ioan Short, Eugene Sayaiano Bottem row Cleft to rightj-Dr. O. XV. Mosher, Uollie Tharnstrcm Cpresidentj, Mary Louise Butcher Qyiee-presidentj, Frances Mekale fseeretary-treasurerj, Floyd Denton lsong leaderj, Ur. Minnie Miller GVRMAN CLUB Botteni row+Griffith, Aiken, Gilman, Roglin, Hasenbank, I,utt, Miller, Meliim Center Cstanding on floorj-McCoy, Friretsehner, Burnett, Caskey, Stover, Tilmhals, lox, Uayis, Traylor, Sanders, XX'.1ldt:rf, Barkmnnn, Ltekard, Tarrence, Bynum, Roberts, Wellman, Boaz, Austin, Ifvans. Patton Top row-Veal, Taylor, Goff, Miller, lnnes, Riekeman, Brown, Cowan, Krehbiel, Shirkey, Miner, lirame, Bentrup 1 I.Ii CICRCLIZ FRANCAIS Pl't'.Njlll'fIf ,,,, . ,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, lJo1,i.115 'l'1iAltNs'r1toM Vim'-P1'1'.si1lt'11! , . Mmm' lioulsi. BU rel Il it st'l'Vt'fllVY ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, I i 1 t ANL! s MQQKALL Snug I,cmlt'1' ,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,. ,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , . , ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, F L oxn 191 x'1oN Le Cercle Francais is composed cf lfrcneh students and others who are interested in the language. Besides the regular monthly meeting on the fourth W'ednesday of each mcnth the club meets each XX'ed' nesday for a luncheon in the Coffee Shop. The club presented "Sans Famillef' a lfreneh talkie, at the Granatla Theater, and 21 play, "L'Angi:1is Tel Ou'on fe I'arle," which the students gave. DIQR UlfUTSCHl'i VIQREIN l'n'.1irI1'11f . ,,,,,, ,, ,,,, , ,,,,, , ., ,,,,,,, ,, A1,x1N HAs1N1mN1t Vin'-P1'i'.1iil1'11f ,,,, W lQ5'1'pgL1t QILMAN Sec-1'i'fu1'i -T1'r'11.111l'u1' ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, , , , , Y Y W . Giknys Rom ix Der Deutsche Vercin is an organization fer German students and others interested in the German language. The club meets cn the second Monday of eaeh month and holds ll luncheon once a month. Programs consist of songs, talks in German, games, and lectures. A German movie, "Die Lustigen XVeiber von Vfeinu was presented: a 1-ue-net play, "Fine Angenehmc UCl7Cl'.l5ClXLlI1jj,,' was given by members of the group as .1 part of Mtfdern Language evening. The German exchange student frcm the University of Kansas spoke at one of the meetings. lust' 110 'W 1 X471 l,... 2 .. ,-.. ':1' fflawex ef" " :J 1 'A - 3 wh., 44,. H .. 1 ..- "jg "il . :lim :ji v- l X .: X lady? if rift ze l 51.2 4' 6 HISTORY AND CiOVliRNMlfNT CLUB Top row-Calkins, Osborn, Selanders, liorsman, Knouse, Goebel, Hartung, Arnold, Cireer, Quinn, Sarraeino Secend row-llratton, Peterson, llenry, Pzill, NL W'ood, Hoffman, Sears, lless, lioriclt, Vinl, Putnam, W'ard, Parker, Prliltely, Morgan, Uonev, Trnxler, Morris Third rowflirice, D. Cook, M. Cook, Haywood, Dr, johnson, Prof. Ross, liritton, llr. Mosher, Lewis. Hinshaw Bottom rowvNY'alters, Lanning, Senti, Albright, Astle, lirease, C, XYood, Hasenbanlt SPANISH CLUB Top row-f-liaidley, Savainno, Burke, l:annin3.g, liyertson, Doyle, Sters, Delmare, lloch, Xloore Second row-Neilson, lf. Madison, B. Madison, Smith, Farr, Lewis, A. Radke, L. Radlte, Helin, llonel. lilalieley, Tharnstrirm, Brown, Crawford, Harrison, Xvallace, Aiden, Cunningham Bottem row-T. Hidalgo, Miller, liberle, Hathaway, Lynn, L. Hidalgo, Stoelzing, Yost HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT CLUB The History and Government Club is composed of students interested in the social sciences. The club meets every first and third XVednesday in the month. It is one ef the oldest organizations on the campus since it came into existcnee in 1915. Many prominent people have appeared on its progranl during these years. The spring pienie is a feature eaeh year. The organization sent delegates to the Mississippi Valley International Relations Cnnyention in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where K. S. T. C. had charge of a round table discussion. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club studies the history, the geography, the cultural background, and the life and social conditions of Spanish-speaking countries. The programs this year ineluded talks on experienees in Mexico by Delores Donez, Dr. V. lf. Davis, Professor Adeline XVipf, Professor Riley Aiken. and Mr. Conrad Hansen: a talk on the economic and geographic conditions in Spanish Ameriea by Professor G. A. Bunard, and travelogues on Spain by Dr. Minnie Miller anti liugene Savaiano. Spanish songs were sung by Marie Stead. A Spanish play was presented, "La Cantante Calleieraf' by jose Eehegnray. The Cllst included Mar- jorie Stoelving, Raymond Lynn, Myrel Yost and Luis Hidalgo. The street musicians in the play were Merwyn Vfcst, Lorene Radlte, Phillip Martin, and Xvendell Mclntosh. The story of the play was given by Beulah Belle Crawford. ,i X Pugelll C," llll OWU? ,.f A, Z il 'l uf' VX! wr . LB' is ti wus., ww.- ,...vi2'.' -I 5-...'ffgf7'.g.i'.f.. L., f x .,.':'Q ' -t-sf.,f:f:4. Y- -.1 -' -. .."r. if.. , I -' Y:-' fig-W? , .g,,.,,f ,-, .. , -- is .--sv-twin ' nun w--uma..s....i.f,.,,s,.,,,M i V W v., A .s.:4..u,' v,, ., .-1 ".'..... s Q., f.,-rx., 4- .bflm-as :A fr -,KV If g.ff', H , ...ne ...t......t...,..w.--....s......Wy,-............,,,.,.,,4M ,V - :gy,."7 5. if-1, ., , -vp. .1 gt- sm 4 , I l . 1 Y gi., K F Q ' iv 2 tiommliltcii CLUB 392 Twp ruw--Heyl, Lewis, Owens, Anderson, Poland, lflunnner, Anten, Doile, Lunix, Snrr.1einu, Prnf. llieu, I Q Bayless l 3 Seeund row-Reeble, Seliurter, Nye, Klutz, Kirby, linasrp, Dr. Pickett, Deister, Kimble, NYilli.nn5nn, : lieuchitt, llullitnd, Loomis, Anderson , otttzm row- c .ns1, 'cvin, ru e, tn ee, rm. . in' e, iox, iuater, ive , ieimer, 'e ton, nn ' ey, ' B MClb1JkHdPfl'k1L Illlllll ldl zberls llnlmes ir R4 . . ifh HDMI-1 l'iCONOlVllCS CLUB l Top row-Uotlgllty, Gress, Alusx, l'm.1in, Reseh, llurnnp, Rhea, Rich.u'd, Angell. lineli Third l'GXK"l1CCS, lienument, Truesdell, Cf. Hurling, 'If Hurling, Luft, liuleher, Turner, Rurielx, lless, Jenkins, Geist, Nvilliamsrm, Griffin, Symes Second YUYV'-Sl1UYl'Lll'Ll, Dresser, Smith, xYlL'.lVCl', Ruud, lioglin, Mott, llLliL1llCS, liieli, l:lll'l1l.lII, klrilnisnn f Bnttoln row-D. Smith, Porter, AIUIICJ, M. Rees, Yates . CONlNllfliCl'. CLUB Q 1'1'i'.iiili'r1f ,, , l'll,XNlx fiL,'Sllli Vin'-I'1'z'.viil4'nl KAIHYRN l'iZIgl.l S1't'1'1'lu1'y-'liml.i11f'z'i' , W ,, ,, , ,, ,, Rt'nui.1fn Fox V Sl11HIwI'.Y ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , , ,,,, ,,,,, 1 911. ljICkI,'l'T, Pxtol-. Pnluw, Plum. Ilngri 'n y A recent survey uf the high schools of Kansas shows thin more commerce teachers are trained .ii fig l l liniprnrigi Stgue Teachers College than at .my other State selnvol. VJ K A part of-the Commerce Department prngrgnn is the Cnmmeree Club. It iv tlirnwugli the club that I Students Come into Actual Contact wnli the business wurltl and current buainess trendx. -lvllflillglliillf the jf year various business inen ef Lmporin appear before the elub and speak un subjects wurtliwliile in the v-I 'Z students nf the departinent. -.,.. W' The outstanding meeting of the year is the Annual Commerce Club lnnquet and eleetirzn held in 'l"- April of each year. ,Q 4. -.,- i"" 54.1 4' vm gg-TQ 'M "P we AGN' A at wa. HOMIQ ECONOMICS CLUB l'l'l'Af1l1'fIf ,,,, ,,,,,, , H ,,,, ,,,,,,, ,, ,, Nl yu I 1.1, R utin Vit'z'-I'rz'.xiil1'11t ,,,, , , Grixm s Ruc,i.1w f1"J'- t N , , sux Y. A SIPIHI-WH' Y. Y , N ,, ,, ss RLTII X. Slmifsox H e 1 ie iez 'es 'ui ' 1 ix et emuersliip in ie Q innn git f . e llrznn- liennnmim -qsocixllion tniS year. N X "L 7 " e i"s Wetnes .1 0' nn i in the llonie Lien- nnmies Apartment and 7 f-Hui to all students who ure interested in the field of Home liernnaniies. 11430112 L lg 0 ,ai " .Q " an l - -.K 'L -...'w. ' '- . ' N ,M""'-:,'f- Su if Ynirwmi Vi X iuii ' ffm-...fl " Mi i ' L -,,, ..,. fl' :Ml Iii- M , f i rn rnomi tsli 1 in I i II n Stn f-M"'4'w II n 1 LII bll i L I XJ 1 1 "11" ,'7 " j A l Ilit lllglllllllllll meth th In t NX l du l ugly m tl .Q ' 1 1 Lil . ,. fidjljld , !llll WI L fd'-I ' ,.v 2' Qi OFPICERS jf,,f' .. I 2 Presidrnf ,, 7 7.,7, ,, 7.,. ,,, ,7,, ,,77 B RIAN TOMLINSON 9 Vin'-Presizlezzt .. ,.... A,,, K ATHRYN KAYSER , '5' Sccrcfary ,.,..,,, ,. ,,,,,, HAROI.D BEQHTOLDT I ' H- '4'-E 1 Rujmrfer .AA,... ,,w,.A, H ARLAND LANNING I ' 9' ' Tl'EHSIl1'L'f . .,,,. . ...7......,,. .. ,.,.,, ,,,,,,, M AUDE E. SHORE I 1 A Counselor ....,, . ..,.....,.7 ..,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,.,,, V . A. DAVIS I Mrmbcr Ewrzzfiw Board ,.., ,,., XV. L. HOLTZ The highest academic honor that can be earned by any student at K. S. T. C. of Emporia is election to membership in Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary scholarship fraternity. Not only scholarship but also moral character, social qualities and activities, leader- ship, and professional promise are considered when members are chosen for Kappa Delta P1. This fraternity was founded at the University of Illinois in 1911. At present there are one hundred four active chapters on college and university campuses scattered throughout the United States. The organization will soon become international with the installation of chapters in Canada. Iota Chapter was installed at K. S. T. C. of Emporia, May 15, 1920. Previous to that time the honorary scholarship organization had been a local one, Phi Delta Delta, which was established in 1916. Election is made from those students whose scholarship ranks in the highest one- fourth of the junior, senior, and graduate classes. The Annual Kappa Delta Pi Banquet and Address occurred Wfednesday evening, May 20. MEMBERS Faculty-F. U. G. Agrelius, Vida Askew, C. P. Baber, E. R. Barrett, E. Brown, Gertrude Brown, T. W. Butcher, V. A. Davis, Harriett Elcock, F. L. Gilson, Achsah May Harris, W. L. Holtz, Pauline Henderson, Emma Humble, Adelaide Kauzer, Kath- ryn Kayser, Gladys Kemp, H. G. Lull, R. C. Maul, Minnie M. Miller, A. W. Philips, George R. R. Pflaum, NW. D. Ross, Teresa M. Ryan, H. E. Sehrammel, Mary Alice Seller, Maude Shore, Esther Swart, B. E. Tomlinson, L. C. Wooster, Dale Zeller. Gnzduates-Charles Girod, Leo Hellmer, Audell Herndon, Martha Schaffner, Lil- lian Whitby. Seniors-Dalton Anderson, Archer Arnold, Harold Bechtoldt, G. Wayne Britton, Beulah Belle Crawford, Alex Daughtry, Berenice Laura Davis, Dolores Donez, Victor Owen Engel, Maurine J. Essex, Mildred Fulhage, Edison Greer, Alvin Louis Hasenbank, William Hind, Harland Lanning, Floyd Milton McCune, Ruth Alice Moore, Irene Niles, Vincent Cecil Obee, Raymond Arvid Olson, Rollin Quinn, Lillian Rea, Gladys K. Rog- lin, Helen Rogene Rowland, Mildred Ruud, Eugene Savaiano, Milton Miller Senti, Ray- mond Shobe, Ora May Traxler, Richard Clayton Wallar, Vida Grace Welker, Eunice Wolfe. K juniors-.Iackson Bell, Marion Bohn, Alberta Rill Brickell, Helen Briggs, Geraldine Farr, Doris McGuire, Dorothy Noll, Bonnie Selanders, Pauline Shipp, Margaret Mary Wfoodmansee. ,- Page113 lfLl1,5!0WZ'C !9!9'C6Cl:6iiI:0lfL For the hearty coopera- tion given us in the gath- ering and the printing of the material for the 1936 issue of the Sunflower, we take this means of ex- pressing our appreciation to the students and the faculty. The Staff. 1 ,, 1,1 .V . .1 W 1 1 , 2 1 ' 12 1 ' Z ' r 1 5 Z V . . 1 ,. - ' .' 8 1 ' 1, 1 ' ' , 2,1 ,,.,..1-, '4 v' 1 1 . v 1. 1 7'-1 4 .1 . 1 ,, G M Y J ' Y 5 w 1 1 1 .!, ' ,lub v ' Zo.-4 'Jafar ' .1 'H' 3 ,' -if-4 vw .,f Q' A 1 1 1 1 N w 1 . , K P I ' X- 1 1 , 'Yr I 1 J I 42 L: as -Q K4 Z La 'Vs mu -N 'Q 'Vs 'S 'T' G Q.: Q -oN 14 HN Q Q N 'LA Q 'N :N C 'Q-, lx va Q N E X4 K4 N P -N 'L Q -Q. -Q. Q 'Q 'Q C LE 'Q N N N. N Q 46 '4 3-N L "':. Q ka T L L in N2 N N N 'Q U0 W5 - N -Q. Ta Q WNA Q.. L VJ Q '84 N N N L Fi Q N 44 V7 -N. Q.. 2 :N C I 'LA 'Q N. A .E W1 N S A 'Wx zz E: Q as Z 72 54 'Q Q Q: N la 3 E -NI clglw VW T' N. Q -vN 44 5 i. 5-'A 'Hn 'r Ni N. M I 9 N. L- Q 'W-A Z 'N N. 'F .N WN L YI rw E N Q SJ 'QC -J la we N. N: ,A -42 V4 L. 'Q -N. 'Q -N. 'r- si .N N. N It Et wo L, -Q 'SN Q Q Q Nx N 'C Q N N un uf Q-.4 4 L Q 3. 'Q' VJ E' 'Y 'KN 33 'WS- .K WK. e Z if E NI N N -N N. N. N 9 .N Lx N. 'Qu N .N Qt 42 ka 2.4 N5 1. Q. 'Z Z 'N-. w- N. br 2. 'r- N. N N wa Nr- N. Q-N Q: 'Vs Q. fi 5 lc: -ZZ La Q: S1 N. va E if FN Q -N. Q. Z N N Q be PN. 5. lr Q. E - N L. Q 9 N. E N. N Q Q 11' 5 N. 54 N -N m 'N N mflmsiasf other Sfrnlzcf lmmls . M 1' az' K. S. T. C.. Ll y is 12015111 L 'Q L Q I eq 'L1 'QN w NC '-N CC -N Q.. : 5 'T4 F54 if is fy Q. 'Q 50 Q N Q -N 'G -AN N -N C A YZ 4 C01f1IfenIf.4 . Track . Faotball . Basketball . Women's Athletics j7Ae 14930 C-51111 ffl? VVIZT eceive QAei'c ylwazof P g 119 .lt . jar In regard to last year there can be no outstanding performer named, but the deeds of Lee Haring and Archie San Romani at the national collegiate meet in Berkeley, California, will probably remain in the minds of track fans in this part of the country longer than those of some of the other men. Last year the first competition Coach F. G. "Fran" Welch's scanty-clad lads met was at Kansas City in Con- vention Hall. Lee Hating, veteran hurdling star and holder of the Central Conference records in both the high and low hurdles, won the only firsts for the Hornets in the indoor meet. But his mates picked seconds in the mile and the two-mile relays, third in the open mile, and fourth in the high hurdles. Hating also won second in the low hurdles. On March 26 at the Butler Relays the Emporians set two new relay records, gained five trophies, and brought back thirteen medals. Two records were set in the one-mile relay, run in 3:27.2, and in the two-mile relay, run in 8:02. In the college class first honors went to the Teachers. They amassed a total of 28 points. The team was awarded an ad- ditional trophy for coming the farthest distance. In the opening meet of the season, a dual engagement with Wichita Univer- sity, the Emporia Teachers scored an easy victory, 91 to 47. A cold north wind hampered the athletes and pre- vented any record smashing. The out- i standing performance was the mark of l 9.9 in the 100-yard dash made by Crooms of the Hornets. Wfichita took firsts only in the two-mile, high jump, Top: James Fi-aley, football captain and member of the "Little All-Americarii' football team Center: Charles Bailey, all-conference guard and member of Globe Oilers, national amateur champions Bottom: Paul Bridges, track captain and member of medley relay world champion team Cunrecognizedj Page 120 jim N330 Coach Welcli, Crooms, Rhoads, Frame, Locke, Austin, San Romani, Bridges Dryer, DeMott and low hurdles. Haring did not compete, nor did Kirkpatrick enter his favorite event, the broad jump. Two weeks later the Hornets defeated the Aggies in a dual meet. In the Kansas Relays the Emporians annexed four firsts, two seconds, and a fourth place. The firsts were the 100-yard dash, won by Croomsg the 1500-meter, won by San Romani, the 880-yard college relayg and the distance medley relay. On April 30 the Hornets won a dual engagement from the Haskell Indians, taking 11 firsts to Haskell's 4. At the Drake Relays the Emporia Teachers won the mile relay, took second in the two-mile and sprint medley relay, and Shannon placed fourth in the broad jump. Crooms com- peted against Jesse 'Owens in the dash and came in fifth. Shannon also met Owens in the broad jump, and set a new school record of 24' QQ". On May 7 after trailing behind most of the afternoon, the Hornets took the last three events and won from the Pittsburg Teachers, 69 to 61, in their annual dual track meet. This was Pittsburg's first loss of a dual meet in eleven years, and broke a string of 31 victories made in that time. Four meet records were broken and one was tied during the afternoon. The new records were set by Dunn of Pittsburg in the 100-yard of 9.8, Crooms set a record in running the 220-yard dash in 21.2, Hating ran the high hurdles in 14.9, and San Romani set a record of 9:38 in the two-mile. In Berkeley, Calif., San Romani won the National Collegiate mile in 4:19.1, and in the Far W'est A. A. U. meet Hating won the high hurdle event. At the National A. A. U. meet San Romani placed third against Venzke, Cunningham, and others of na- tional fame. Beginning the 1936 season early Coach Welch and San Romani went to New York where the miler competed in the Milrose Games, and a week later he ran in the Boston Athletic Association meet, placing fourth in each. Page 121 0W6'C 1 +1 wr 'Lx 'Q ik' .732 Va r xo ff l l il 11' l I fl I 5 VJ ., f . . . , . -. . . N. at .ee , -f-4 -- M . W . . was " ' - ? .N ..... 4 f t , ,Le , . .. 'f . . - .... .. M V' 7 .W , , .. .-, ..- Top row-Allbaugh, Soden, Shepherd, Anderson, W. Smith, Sumner, Fraley, Kellum, Hogland, Provos Hidalgo Second row-Parker, Padden, Roland, Haywood, K. Smith, Lewis, Dodd, DeMott, Zimmerman, Larson, Foster, Wfiley, Fran NVelch ftrack coachj Bottom row-Brown, Redding, Scott, Austin, Frame, Locke, Dryer, Rhoads, Bridges, San Romani, Crooms Harness, Cook The first venture of the Emporia Teachers into intercollegiate competition for 1936 resulted in one first place and four seconds at the A. A. U. Relays held at St. Louis. Kenneth DeMott, sophomore hurdler, scored a victory in the S5-yard high hurdles in both the collegiate and open division, while the mile relay team, the two-mile relay team, San Romani in the mile, and Dryer in the shotput turned in second places. At the Butler Indoor Relays at Indianapolis the Hornet trackmen set a new distance medley relay mark, and scored 32 points to sweep to the title in the college division. The Hornets finished third in the entire meet behind Michigan with 41 points and Ohio State U. with 39 points. The medley team, composed of Crooms, Frame, Bridges, and San Romani, set a new meet record in the medley relay of 10:32. Also the one-mile college relay team was victorious, and tied the record of 1935 with 3:27.2. Dryer took second in the shot with a heave of 47' 5543, and DeMott finished second in the high hurdles, inches behind Caldemeyer of Indiana in 7.5. Competing in the Texas Relays March 28, the Emporians took first place in the only track event entered-the medley distance relay. In this they smashed the old Texas meet record of 10:2S.4 with the time of 10:22.S. Dryer again took second place in the shot with a heave of 47' 7',. The big surprise of the season so far has been the new world record in the distance medley relay set at the K. U. Relays. Welch put all his eggs in one basket, and the warm sun plus four fast men tossed the record in his lap. Crooms started the race, the baton was passed to Rhoads who carried it to Bridges, all trailing the Indiana men. San Romani finished the mile in a burst of speed that thrilled the 10,000 fans, passed the leader, and hung up the new world record of 10:12.7. With recognition of the record virtually assured, the Hornet team will hold the world mark, the Kansas Relay record, and also the national record. In the distance medley, college class, the tracksters also came through with a victory, the team of Locke, Zimmerman, Mack, and Frame turn- ing in the time of 10:40.3. The squad took third in the 880-yard relay, second in the college two-mile relay, second in the shuttle relay, and Cecil Dryer placed second in the shot with a heave of 47' UQ". As in previous years the conference meet will likely be between the Pittsburg Teachers and the Emporia Teachers, the winning team being "right" the day the meet is held. Page122 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD Top row-Scott, Gooch, I-Iavel, Smith, Clark, Eickerman, R. Innes, Daniels, Duer, Astle, Parker Second row-Nolan Qfreshman coachj, Mawdsley, Haggcrty, B. Strubc, Rhoads, Baker, Fraley, Dryer, J. Strubc, Starkey, Sipes, Kurctich Bottom row-Meats, Kutnink fassistant varsity coachj, Petty, Hundley, Beavers, Gile, Schartz, P. Innes, Goldsmith, Fran NWelch Cvarsity coachj, Albright Jada!! The 1935 season in the Central Conference was a record of upsets. 'Wichita Uni- versity, after dropping their first match to Fort Hays State 34-6, won from Pittsburg, Southwestern, and Emporia to secure a niche in the three-way tie. Pittsburg likewise lost their opening encounter to Wichita, 7-6, but also came back strong to romp over Southwestern, Fort Hays, and Emporia, which fills one more niche. Fort Hays State, 1934 champions, were on a sec-saw, one week they were up and going like cham- pions, the next week-end would see them playing a poor brand of football. A sur- prise victory over Kansas State College, 1934 Big Six champions, was matched with a 3-0 loss to the Emporia Teachers the next week, followed by a one-sided victory over Wich- ita, a loss to Pittsburg, and a win from Southwestern. The Southwestern Builders lost in all four conference matches, but pro- vided plenty of competition for each school. A 7-6 defeat at the hands of the Pitts- burg Gorillas on Turkey Day dropped the Emporia Hornets into a second-place tie in the Central Conference for the 1935 season, deadlocked with the Hays Tigers with two victories and two defeats. Later in the year, the Central Conference Athletic Com- mittee decided on the ineligible playing of Jim Edwards, Hornet center, in the Fort Hays game. The victory was forfeited. This ,-1 Q17 ILILXXOVVZT . l-lonor LITTLE ALL-AMERICAN James Fraley, Fullback HONORABLE MENTION Cecil Dryer, Tackle, Harry Kline, End ALL-STATE James Fraley, Fullback Harry Kline, End, Cecil Dryer, Tackle Qsccond teamj HONORABLE MENTION Duward Crooms, Halfbackg Cecil Rhoads, Guard ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM James Fralcy, Fullback Harry Kline, End, Cecil Dryer, Tackle, Cecil Rhnads, Guard Page 123 l fu. fi' ..A1,,-j,"gil QQ' pf. V , 1413. .-,, L.. 1, , ,,f',"3--.2 3 L: -1 .151 -1? :gf--.V, ,fl .1 ,. , ,. , .. .. . I p L I ',9:J.:1f'f. ', , A KUTNINK WELCH TRUSLER HAGGERTY ASTLE KURETICH STRUBE CROOMS gave the Hays Tigers a standing of three victories and one defeat, equalling the two leaders, Wfichita and Pittsburg, and leaving the conference title to be split three ways. The action left the Hornets with three defeats and one victory. The loss of the first string center, due to eligibility difficulties, greatly weakened the squad. It was not dis- covered until after the first conference game had been played with Fort Hays. The Hornets were successful in their non-conference competition with the excep- tion of the first game of the season with Washburn, which the Ichabods won 12-7. Kansas XVesleyan provided little opposition for the Welchmen and lost, 27-0. The Haskell Indians, doped as easy victims for the Hornets, put up an unexpected stand, and the Hornets were glad to emerge on the long end of a 27-20 score. The Emporians went into the final period trailing 20-14, but pushed over two scores to bag the game. McPherson College likewise threw a scare into the Hornets in the first half while holding the Teachers at bay, but in the second half a deluge of touchdowns gave the Welchmen a 41-6 decision over the Bulldogs. Page 124 Ae X936 " pm, , .50 . 'W' f ' Q JAMES FRALEY HAROLD BAKER CECIL DRYER ,-1 lrLlLf!0W6'C i,.,.? as Eight Hornets completed their competition on the Black and Gold squad when the final gun sounded Thanksgiving at Pittsburg. They are Jim Fraley, 1935 captain and full- back, Bill Kuretich, quarterbackg Howard Astle, halfbackg Duward Crooms, halfbackg Cecil Dryer, tackleg Ben Strube, tackle, Harold Baker, center, and Pat Haggarty, end. Hag- garty and Astle had two years of competition before coming to Em- poria, Crooms played three years on the Hornet squad, and the rest of the men are four letter men. The prospects for 1936 are extreme- ly uncertain. The loss of the eight veterans means that Coach Welch must develop new men to fill their positions. Although the squad con- tained many potentially good backs at the end of the 1935 season, most of them were green men. Thus it ap- pears that the problem of Coach Welch for 1936 will be to develop al- most an entire team from his few veterans and a large squad of untried men. The backfield will be excep- tionally light. John Strube, Emporia, guardg and Bill Starkey, Elmdale, back, were elected co-captains for 1936. Numerous honors came the way of Hornet gridsters. Jim Fraley was chosen by the Associated Press as the and "-Little All-American" fullback, Harry Kline and Cecil Dryer, end and tackle, were given honorable mention in the same poll. Also these players along with Cecil Rhoads, guard, and Bill Kuretich, quarterback, were given positions of honorable mention on both the all-conference and all-state teams picked by coaches and sports writers. 2? SEASONS RECORD Emporia ,,,,,,,,,,,.,....... 74 Washburn ,......... 12 Emporia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,.,, l 4, Freshmen . .,,ttt,,, 3 Emporia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 Hays ..,,,,,,....,,,,,,,, 0 fLatcr forfeited by Emporiaj Emporia ,,.,,,,,,. 73 Southwestern ,,.. 0 Emporia ,,,,..,,,, 27, Kansas Wesleyan 0 Emporia .,..... 73 Wichita .,,,,,.,..,,,, 14 Emporia ,,,,,,, 273 Haskell ,,..,,........ 21 Emporia ,.,...,... 415 McPherson .....,,. 6 Emporia... ,.,, ..,,.,.. 6 g Pittsburg ,,,,.,, A, 7 :lConfercnce games Page 125 Q1 :Q .N Q. ' ! N 1 r , f ! 3 1 U l if sfby lr i v W L J 5 V79-! 'Q 'cs 'Q"'-i lg... -F --J. rn ... ..M, F, -7 . ,- , n... vu ,six ","' " .-A f , a,., 1-.. f." Q... wa ., gh," ..i. y .,,. ,A ., M.-1 .. W ,Q Q 'hh 4. 7 Wuhw M 'L .LQ 1. ' sd , -.,-J , 1 as Q. 433533 -n K.,-, ,gi ,ai--' ..x.tl:.-'gifs ' ..., .,3.... .5 Qilflif , s at 'UAH J-v Top row-Baird, Shields, Beavers, Bailey, Eikerman Second row--Miller, Fiss, Diekman, Obce Bottom row--Kutnink, Pipkin, Mawdsley, Hall, Huber, Arthur, Trusler 5..4.aazz Two victories over the Pittsburg Teachers in the last home stand of the season gave the Hornets three conference winsg however, they finished in the cellar of the league standings with 13 losses against them. The Southwestern Moundbuilders were crowned conference champions, with Fort Hays coming across the line a close second. The season was not as disastrous for the Hornets as league standings would show. In the first fourteen conference games they totaled 422 points against 531 for the opposition. Sports writers and experts rated the competition in the Central Conference more severe this season than for several years, and many are of the opinion that the Emporians would have ranked higher in the standings in a more normal season. The team had difficulty throughout the year in holding leads during the closing minutes of the games. Time after time they battled through 30 or 35 minutes of a ball game, only to drop the decision in the waning seconds of the contest throuffh lack of reserve D D power and experienced material. Outstanding on the Hornet squad during the season were Ora Shields and Charles Bailey. Shields displayed the same style of basketball which earned him an all-confer- Pagr'I26 f ,N -ze 10700 ence rating when a freshman on the 1934 champion team, and he was voted a forward berth on this year's all-con- ference second team. Bailey, transferred from forward to guard in his last season of collegiate basketball, rated the all-conference five, and was added to the roster of the McPherson Oilers for the National A. A. U. tourney where he gave a fine account of his playing and was in- strumental in his team's winning the championship. This rugged Hornet defense man lcd the guards of the confer- ence in scoring, and he leaves a well-known name in the circuit. Several recruits played good ball for the Hornets dur- ing the season. Kenneth Baird, Dodge City, has handled the pivot post, bequeathed to him by Jerome Carroll, in good shape. Fred Fiss, recruit from Atchison, filled Hall's shoes while the latter was recovering from injuries. Cecil Beavers, Hamilton, Richard Mawdsley, Pratt, and Buster Miller. Belleville, are other reserves who have shown promise for next year. Replacements will be needed for Hall at forward, and Bailey and Vincent Obee at guards. Four contests at the Southwestern Invitation Tour- nament went down as losses on the Hornet record, but Coach Trusler counted the games as invaluable experience for the squad, new to intercollegiate basketball for the X most part. Alva, Okla., Teachers triumphed over the Emporia club, with Durant, Okla., taking the contest in the second round. Edmond, Okla., held a four-point margin in the third game, and Baylor University, Texas, CHARLES BAILEY ARTHUR HALL BUD OBEE last round. These were all non-conference games. made it unanimous by winning from the Hornets in the Trusler has had difficulty in keeping the entire varsity squad intact during the season. Baird, Bailey, and Hall were on the bench at different times for a week or two. Scholastic trouble kept Shields off the court until late in the season. "Vic" is making no excuses for the teanfs performance, however, and those who have seen the Hornets play agree that they need none. Only by the boys sticking to a long and hard grind with much patience and perserverance on the part of Trusler and Paul Kutnink have the results been as favorable as they are. With the loss of three outstanding seniors pictured above, next year's prospects are not too bright, but Coach Trusler will have another good ball club when the opening whistle blows next fall. .i f Page127 x., llll 0lVC'C vqkx ., S 4 ,fi , 'jd t I I ' I y V 'T is I as 15" ll' iv 2? Q ! 5 Q. 1 XII W ...C N . '5 fi ,J I rj I , 'Y' ff wil ,sf-1 'bfi FL ff, -f, . f I A uf , 5 Q, 1 awfiliiv ' wif ff I I i I, QQ XS , . Im.. - g' ', if ., ' X4 61,14 IDENTIFICATION OI: K MEN Beginning at the top row and reading from Ieft to right on pietures and down on the names. COOK BAIRIJ BAKER IIALL MACK N. RHOADS BAILEY MAXVDSLEY HAGGERTY DODD STARKEY KURETICH DRYER TUGCLE RHOADS K. SMITH STRUBE FRALEY STAM KING J. SMITH MEYERS OBEE RICHARDSON NOLAN BRIDGES ALBRIGI-IT SHANNON OIJICERS Prvsiflzfzf ,,,,,,, 7 H H 7 W Aivrui ITAL1., Vit'L'-1,l't'Xitlt'l1f W , HAROLD Cooic Sf'rr'rlm'y ,, , ,,,, , KLNNE'I'H M1iY14.1is Tmaxizrw' , ,.,,7,,,, ,,,77 , , ,,,, , ,,,,77,,7 RICHARD IVIAW'IlSI.1iY The K Club is composed of men who have won the honor ..K,, in athletics. Its purpose is to better the athIetie interests of the sChooI. At the home footbaII games programs were soId by "KU men, and a refreshment concession was pIz1eed under the stadium. Business meetings are held every three Weeks, pre- ceded by ll dinner in the Coffee Shop. The elub is planning for a room of its own in the immediate future for meeting and Iounging purposes. pda X030 .5fL,,5f.,.W-C LV6 Jn Pg12 Miss Edna McCullough, Head of Miss Daisy Simpson, Instructor of Sports the Womens Physical Education Miss Orva Mitchell, Instructor of Dancing Department Miss Dorothy Caton, Instructor of Swimming Dorothy Noll, Secretary to Miss McCullough Olflftfilftii AZCJX C?6ZIftCdii0Ifl The Women's Physical Education .Department is devoted to giving women high levels of physical training and preparing them to teach. It provides a broad, flexible, and adjustable curriculum that can be adapted from time to time to suit changing conditions. The faculty of the department help de- velop ideals of sportsmanship, personality, leadership, and co- operation through sponsoring group activities, and each woman is reached by organized play in the major sports, minor sports, dancing, or swimming. Special efforts have been made this year to promote extra- curricular activities in the form of clubs. Through these or- ganizations interest in physical education is created, and women are given higher and broader professional ideals in the field of women's athletics. Avocational hobbies have been stressed be- cause of their importance in preparation for future recreation. JAG ff? 69 V V Ladner, Resch, Hutton, Furman, Noll, McCullough, Lewis, Simpson, Garrett, Burnap, Loudon CVUe7l.04!. OFFICERS DOROTHY NOLL ,....A,, .. ,,,,,,,.,,,,....w...., ,,...,,.,.. P resident EVELYN MONTGOMERY ,..,.. . ..., , Viz'e-President MILDRED BURNAP .,.,...., .........,, S ecrefary CATHARINE HUTTON ...,.. ,,,, - ,,...,. Treasurer Spolzsors-Miss Edna McCullough, Miss Daisy Simpson, Miss Orva Mitchell, Miss Dorothy Caton. The purpose of W. A. A. is "To create a love of sports and to foster ideals of good sportsmanship and healthf, It sponsors the different sports organizations and clubs. Meetings are held through the various clubs and the advisory board. Each club elects a representative to the advisory board which meets the first Monday in the month. This board, together with the faculty, directs the course of activity in the association. All Women students are members of W. A. A., but only those who earn 100 points through some club, tournament, or athletic activity are members of the closed organiza- tion. Social events sponsored by W. A. A. this year were the Fall Frolic held in the Stu- dent Union, a country party at the gymnasium, College Sports Day, High School Play Day, and W. A. A. Formal Dinner in the spring. ,-., X Page131 IUL 0l4f6'C SIGMA PI SIGMA President ,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. ..,.,, .,..,,,,,,,,,,,7,,,.A,,.., , .,.,,,, D o ROTHY REscH Sigma Pi Sigma, which was organized in 1926, attends all intercollegiate games and co-operates with the band in promoting enthusiasm and school spirit. Meetings are called before each game to promote unity in the organization. Three girls and one sub- stitute are chosen by each Greek organization and Winnetaska. This year the group sold chrysanthemums and pennants during Homecoming. A party in the spring finishes the activities of the year. A. Radko, L. Smith, Bidwell, Minaker, Bain, Johnsen, Horton, Doncz Willialns, Wingerd, Lcudon, Barngrever, Symes, Weigand, Julian, Hathaway, Sidener Plumley, Rcsch, Marbourg, Emerick, L. Radke, G. Smith, Sherrard SPLASH CLUB Pff'Sill'6l1f ,......,.. ............ ,...... . . ...,.... ........,..,........................... M A XINE LEWIS Splash Club was organized in 1928 as a spontaneous movement on the part of a group of girls interested in swimming tryouts are held each semester, ,and candidates must pass certain entrance tests. The members pass progressive tests to win their Splash Badge and Star. Regular meetings are held on Thursday afternoons at 4:30, when members improve their strokes and diving, work on life-saving, and play competitive games. Social fun of the year includes an initiation party and a Christmas party. Oppcrrnan, Busch, Margaret Ann Lewis, MeKim, Vint, Gray, Burnap, Maxine Lewis, Farr PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB Presizlenz' ,... .... . ........I........ . .... ,...... - . - .- .,.,........................ BETTY FURMAN Physical Education Club is an organization for majors or minors in the XVomen's Physical Education Department. Its purpose is to promote greater interest in physical education. Business and professional meetings are held cn the second Tuesday of each month. This year the club adopted an official gym costume for students receiving majors or minors in the department. Social activities of the year include a Christmas party, "Bingo" party, and a fare- well picnic. Furman, Burnap, Anderson, Bowen Garrett, Nell, Haldeman, Hutton, Moon, Rcsch, Sherrard, Shannen Smith, Ladner, Loudon, Oliver RI-IYTHMIC CIRCLE President .........,.............,......,...,.. ......... .............., , .... . ........ A L ICE LOUDON The purpose of Rhythmic Circle is to give further creative education to the more able and interested students of the dance and to have an organization capable of pre- senting artistic dance programs. Membership is limited to those individuals who have successfully passed try-out tests held during the year. A number of programs were given by members of Rhythmic Circle during the year. In January a program was given for the Art Club emphasizing linear and spacial patterns. In February a group of French folk dances, given with the assistance of the men's dancing class, was presented for the French Club. Lefl-Loudon, Garrett, Ncll,Y Mitchell Riglnl-Doughty, Tharnstrtm, Turner, Lutt Page 132 ,. Ae X030 L "' Lll l 76 K' K, gk., In 3 jig. . k .15 'M x1n.1f'f' nz F 'M' 3 J Y gf 5? W V " " ,i g+ 2 M5 731 Q: U12 2 nf Z W in-2 4 'A 2, f f fmff' x we Y f K- 'fvy K z 7 , 'A-. ' ? fy ' ' K1 1 Y . I A , - IR Q - m Palgc' 133 BASKETBALL After several weeks of strenuous practice, 80 basketball girls were bracketed in a round-robin class tournament. Be- cause of an unprecedented interest four teams were entered in the 1936 tournament, a junior-senior team, a sophomore team, and two freshmen teams. The freshman B team won the tour- nament. The Varsity basketball squad was announced after the tournament. It included Winifred Vigeron Ccaptainj, Cath- erine Drake, Dorothy Resch, Mildred Burnap, Catherine Hutton, Ruth McKenzie, LaVon Smith, Wilma Edwards, and Bernice Musil. HOCKEY The 35 out for hockey were divided into teams according to classes, freshmen and upperclassmen. The season reached its climax with a three-game tournament between the freshmen and upperclassmen. The freshmen were defeated. After the final game of the tournament the hockey varsity squad, which was chosen by Miss Daisy Simpson, instructor, and members of the W. A. A. board, was announced. Members of the 1935 squad were Dorothy Noll, Geraldine Farr, Doris Sher- rard, Velma Quinn, Margaret Moon fcaptainj, Catherine Hut- ton, Dorothy Resch, Marjorie Ptacek, Muriel West, Jennie Wil- liams, and Jane Ladner. BASEBALL As the Sunflower went to press a three-game baseball tour- nament between picked freshmen and upperclassmen teams had been announced. Eighty girls were out for baseball, and a var- sity team was to be picked after the tournament. ,Ae fa 6 BASKETBALL Nell, Garrett, Furman, Anderson, Vigneron, Wade, Sears, Sherrard, Hopkins Davison, Follmer, Small, Folks, McKenzie, Hutton, Holmes, Black, Owsley, Burnap Moreland, Likes, Laughlin, Schriver, Ladncr, L. Smith, Ely, G, Smith, Schurle, Eliot, Griffen Gebhardt, Beedles, Phelps, Glanville, Lawman, Gillen, Redington, Hillis, Rodee, Totten, Leer HOCKEY Hutton, Burnap, Ptacek, Moon, Lawman, Busch, Smith, Hainline, Anderson, Vigneron Farr, Leer, Noll, Johnson, Rcdington, Resch, Williams, Ladner BASEBALL Schurlc, Guyot, Gustafson, Pulliam, Griffen, Rodec, Abbott, McKenzie, Dillard Bowser, Redington, Small, Beedles, Spear, Riemer, Lawman, Miller, G. Smith, Kemp, Leffler, Porter, Garrett Wolfe, Thomas, Rcscli, McKim, Follmer, Burnap, Furman, Gillen, Quinn, Geist, Brewer, Haldeman, Lad ner, Harris Woolverton, McKnight, Ashmore, Oliver, L. Smith, Hutton, Bowen, Hillis, Sturgis, Black, Reynolds C: Milf!!! WET Page' I 3 5 INTRAMURAL SPORTS Intra-murals serve to create a spirit of friendliness among girls taking physical education and help them in getting acquainted. Winter intra-murals include basket- ball, shuffleboard, and badminton. Spring intra-murals consist of tennis, archery, baseball, and swimming. Teams taking part in intra-murals this year were: Winnetaslsn. Upan Atem I, Upan Atem II, Horneteers, Pi Kappa Sigma, and Tri Alpha Delta. A silver cup was awarded to Wi1'1- netaska for winning the most points during the two sca- sons. Mildred Garrett was manager of the Winnetaalan team. Miss Daisy Simpson sponsored the sports. I I , Mit! , .L ,, ,A 4 V1 "L, A 'I S. . ' A . . Q-W,,,,,.-1 I, . 1' fl ,-xx f Y A. X , , . A 1 V' I- ' .1 Y 1. , , - K' . 5 - 2 1 K f f x B 4- .A N ,..,,. f ...w , 15 f wx X- 1, ff llonzecouzzffg. R Q 'ix ls Z N. N O Q -: 'La Q -N Q. Q V4 S Q Q I-4 Q 2 N D0 -N VJ Q Q 'Q Q Q 'Mx Q Q -N -Q. Q 'Nl ?N 'N A E 514 Pu L N S Q Q3 'E Q N N Q Q Q SN ':- N Q 'ki 'Q in Q Q 44 be FJ -El Q. Q Q Q -N 'Q Q N W ka N. V4 Z Q 'R 'Q Q N, -N ,D :N P NN. X Q la U -J Q N C .T N Q: PQ -N. 22 -Z 14 --N 'La -N -N. Q -5 -Q 5 I -N -N. C 5 -:NA C4 la V The qzzecn lea 0. Q4 'N f N. N. '4N fc '-N is 'Q 'N Q N N. ?' 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Jr' C'C07I1Il1g 111 bo 111 in Q1 N3 '42 'G 'Na E Q O Q fa EZ Q QN Q. Q 'ff 'FP v wiv C-mlfenigx . Greeks . Independents . Honorary . Index 14730 Cgmfzje if xy, ,xx S OFFICERS N- I Fmt! S!'lIIl'Sl'C'l' President ,,,., ,. ...,,,,,,,,, L HARLAND LANNING Vice-P1'esidm1f L ,,,, HAROLD LESLIE Scfrefary .. Y,77 . ,,,, EUGENE TAYLOR Treasurer , , . .,,,,, , ..., ,,7,, MIL'fON MOORE Second Svnzesfer Presizfenf . ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,I,, HARLANIJ LANNING V , Vice-Prcsirfelzt ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, H OWARD ASTI.li if .f Secretary L ,,,,,L NVILBUR DAESCHI'1li Treasznfer . ,,L,LL, ,,,,, E LIJON ALBRIGHT y 'Nag Q l j f ,inf T' l f 1 S Q1 V, 5 TJ n . .,.. Q.a - r.. aa. I. QW, lb Q. , .g,.." ., 1.. " E.. .,., 'f' , .,. . Q.. -., ' ' xii E. d I-H.-W.. .,, .,"-.. J ,-,1.. 1' -'34, K J, T' ,uw ,V 1 I , ..', u-. . 4' 2 f ... ,..-an ,aa wr ., a.. .Q :ze 1' JQI, 4 3, f4.,,, Llfifld Mlm Page142 Kappa Sigma Epsilon was founded in 1915 for the purpose of promoting fraternalism, social fellowship, and scholarship. This organization of approximately fifty men emphasizes not only the social side of collegiate life, but also the scholastic and the extra-curricular. It is the second oldest social fraternity at K. S. T. C., and this year celebrated its twenty-first anniversary with a Founders Day Dinner at the Student Union March 19. The outstanding social function of the year is the annual formal dinner-dance, the "Salad Slidc,', which was held this year at the Hotel Broadview. Besides week-end house parties, other traditional social functions held during the year were the Fall Rush Dance, the pledge Bowery Party, Christmas Stag party, Spring Rush Dance, and Farewell party. MEMBERS: Eldon Albright, Howard Astle, Guy Astle, Linus Austin, Eugene Beeman, Lowell Brandner, Daugherty Clark, LaMont Clark, Rex Conner, Wilbur Daeschner, Joe Donnellan, Glenn Edwards, Victor Engel, Byron Eshelman, Max Freeburne, Morris Gile, William Gregory, Virgil Hinshaw, Leroy Hood, Leroy Hughes, Harland Lanning, Warren Lesh, Harold Leslie, Milburn Little, Leroy Mallett, William Martin, Milton Moore, Bob Morris, John Patton, Keith Porter, Edwin Reed, Billy Reid, Lyle Samples, Truman Skinner, George Sparks, Ray Stuart, Eugene Wallace, Richard Wallar, and George Welsch. PLEDGES: Marion Bohn, Clyde Hill, Wayne Jones, Ken- neth Keller, Gail Maben, Philip Maxcy, Edward Wellman, Clar- ence Wood, Warren Wood. Ae 1030 Mrs. Conwell, Eldon Albright, Eugene Beeman, Lowell Brandner Daugherty Clark, Donald Clark Rex Conner, XVilbur Daeschner a Joe Donnellan, Glenn Edwards, Victor Engel, Byron Eshelman Lynn Haekler, Virgil Hinshaw, Leroy Hood, Harland Lanning Wazrren Lesh, Harold Leslie, Melburn Little, Wlilliam Martin Floyd MCCune, Milton Moore, Bob Morris, Keith Porter Edwin Reed, Billy Reid, Lyle Samples, George Sparks Ray Stuart, Eugene Taylor, Eugene Wallace, George Vfelseh nifuclfwwffnww Kiwi? Housemother-Cornelia Conwell Colors-Purple and gold Sponsors, Active-Dr. S. A. Johnson, Prof. Theodore Owen, Dr. Harold E. Priest R. E. Downs, Prof. George R. R. Pflaum, Prof. F. L. Gilson, and Dr. H. G. Lull f PIQLI'-fl 'XT llll 0l4f6'C . ' f . 4? Flower-XVhite Carnation cj' ' :fi x X 5 Qsglff rhujgl 'Elf ' T OFFICERS Q, mir: K Firsf Semester ,a "Si"-e 5 Prggidefif ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,7,,7,,. CECIL KERSTEN Vu E ' Vice-Presizlezrz' ..... CURRAN TUGGLE 31. Secretary ,,.,,,, L ,Y,,, DONALD TI-IOMAS ' ram ,tg we Treasurer .....,., . .,.. ,7,.,,, L E o CONDON WWE? W' W' 5333-'fa Sergem1t-al-arms L ,,,,,,...V .. ..,7v..YY,,,,4............V . .... WILLIS SHAFFER, PAUL DOBBS Second Semester President .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.. WILLIS SHAF1-'ER Vice-President ....v .,... B RUCE MERRILL Secretary VINCENT DAVIS Treasurer ,L ,v,,,,,,,,,,,-.,,, ,,,,-,,,,, , ,,,, F RED XVHITTLE Sergeant-at-arms ..........,,,..,.. , ,,,,,,,.........w....V..,,,. - RICHARD CI-IILDERS, DON THOMAS Phi Delta Chi fraternity was founded in March, 1921, by a group of returned World War veterans headed by Grant Pis- torious. At the time of its founding, there were fraternities representing ,the athletic, social, and scholastic side of school life. Phi Delta Chi has embodied these three into one organiza- tion which has now more than three hundred members and alumni. The annual Pledge Party was held December 19, 1935, in the Broadview Hotel Grill. The spring formal, the Spring Splash, was held May 9, 1936, in the Student Union Ballroom. Active Members Claude Arnett, George Berentz, Richard Childers, Leo Con-- don, Luther Converse, Frank Custer, Vincent Davis, Paul Dobbs, Fritz Guflcr, Safford Hazlett, Ronald Hopkins, Percy Keller, Cecil Kersten, Erwin Luthi, Bruce McCosh, Bruce Merrill, Ken- neth Murdock, Bernard Reeble, Arthur Robe, Richard Sewell, Willis Shaffer, Gail Shannon, Lyle Snodgrass, Edwin Theel, Donald Thomas, Arthur Triemer, Curran Tuggle, Fred Whittle, John Zimmerman, Hal Hollenbeck, Erwin Stark. Pledges Charles Austin, Howard Anderson, Homer Eikerman, Harold Haywood, Ve1'non Holman, Eustace Shannon, Leland Johnson, Marvin Poland. QL: X930 ' 0 Mrs. Lesh, Arnett, Berentz, Blain Curr, Condon, Custer, Davis Dobbs, Hollenbeck, Guflcr, Hazlett Hopkins, Keller, Kersten, Kready Luthi, McCosh, Merrill, Murdock Pollund, Robe, Shannon, Sewell Sheaffer, Treamer, Tuggle, Whittle Zimmerman, Brown, Arnett Davis, Vfilson, Turner H 0 use 111 ofbc r Mrs. Florence Lesh Colors Red and White Flo we 1' White Carnation SIJOIISOVS Dr. V. A. Davis Dr. E. J. Brown Dr. C. E. Arnett Prof. G. C. Wilson Prof. C. K. Turner Page 14 l llllg 0lfV6'C 5 M: L 1443 JL 014 Page 146 OFFICERS Prcsiflmzi ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,A,,,,,A,,,,,,, A L EX DAUGHTRY Vice-Prcsizlcfzf ,,,,,,,, RICHARD MAwDsLEY Svcrcfary-Trvusnmfr . ,,,,, Y, KLNNIJFH MEYERS Sbflgfdllf-df-AVIIZX ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...,,,,,, J ESSE XVILCOX CUYl'L'5lIU1llii1Ig Scc'rc'fary .,,, ,, ,A.,,. HAROLD BAKER In 1910 a group of men, realizing the bonds of common interests existing in the profession of education, and desiring to promote the ideals of intellectual, moral, social, and physical development as a basis of happiness and success in life, drafted a constitution embodying these principles, and organized them- selves into a Greek letter fraternity, Phi Sigma Epsilon. The organization was recognized officially in 1913, and in 1927 the fraternity was recognized as the Alpha chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon, a national teachers college fraternity. Its success in the ideals it embodied is clearly indicated by the number of its members who are and have been outstanding in athletics, scholarship, and campus activities. MEMBERS: Charles Bailey, Kenneth Baird, James Baird, Harold Baker, Earl Buster, Wood Clark, Alex Daughtry, Ken- neth DeM0tt, James Fraley, Arthur Hall, Clarence Havel, Robert Innes, William Kuretich, LaVergne Lehman, William McKnight, John Mahoney, Richard Mawdsley, Kenneth Myers, Richard Nolan, Clark Parker, Wilburn Parker, Virgil Phelan, Ralph Powell, Cecil Rhoads, Wilcie Robbins, Max Robison, Aaron Romine, John Schartz, Albert Schubert, Carl Soden, Sam Stam, William Starkey, John Strube, Jack Stutsman, Jesse Wil- cox, Frank Wiziarde. PLEDGES: Bruce Anderson, Kirk Austin, Eddie Duncan, Courtney Duncanson, Thomas Evans, Donald Evertson, Ken- neth George, Wendell Goldsmith, Leroy Harper, Orval Jacoby, Kenneth Johnson, Anthony Lohkamp, Dean McNabb, Harry Parker, Grover Perkins, Hubert Kapp, Alvin Rieck, Charles Schull, Harvey Sibril, William Sipes, Arthur Starkey. Q46 1930 Mrs. Scarcliff, Baird, Baker Bantz, Cuthbertson, Daughtry DeMott, G. Gilson, Gilson Hall, Kuretich, Mahoney Mawdsley, McKnight, Meyers Rhoacls, Robison, Sheppard Shubcrt, Wilcox, Havel C Housemother-Mrs. Guy Scarcliff Colors-Blue and Old Rose Flow'er-White Carnation Sponsors-Prof. R. L. Schwanzle, Dr. J. B. Stroud, Dr. B. E. Tomlinson, Dr. Philip Morgan. CIIULKKOIVCT Page 147 M ' Af? , gagag S? f ' ,L'VV V f-xflii' T OFFICERS 'R if ' Prcsidenl 77,, ,,,,, ,,..,,7,77,, ,,7, L lewis RICHARDSON , First Vi1'c'-Prrsizliflzl ,,,,,,,A,,7 . ,,,, HAROLD COOK M . VL55 :AA .Eli Second Viva'-Prcsirleizt ,,,, GLENN PENNINGTON -lifiigq 5ff"ffH"J' ' W 1 --'- -- A A eeeeeeee DAN NYE Treasures' ,, ,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,, W ILLIAIN4 HIND Jah., .,.....r L-- f L Wld E14 dlflfllflfld lm if Page 148 ,-,iw .-4, M l,..i The history of Delta chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma dates from pre-war years when the fraternity was known on the Em- poria State Teachers College campus as Alpha Sigma Alpha. This name was changed in 1917 to Beta Alpha Tau, and the organization was popularly known as "The Batsf, On January 20, 1922, the Beta Alpha Tauys became the Delta chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma, a national teachers col- lege fraternity founded in Warrensburg, Missouri, July 2, 1920. The national organization has grown until at present there are twenty chapters in thirteen states. The official national maga- zine, the "Saga of Sigma Tau Gammaf' is published semi-an- nually in December and April. Representative meetings with the delegates of all chapters and che national officers are held bi-annually in the form of a national conclave. The social high-lights of the year have been the annual Pledge Party, given by the pledges for the active members, the Christmas Stag Dinner, the spectacular annual "Forty-Niner' costume party, the Spring Formal, and the annual Farewell Party. MEMBERS: Howard Anderson, Louis Bangs, Charles Ber- gerhouse, Jack Bernet, Walter Birch, Frank Bynum, Harold Cook, Keith Foster, Bill Gamertsfelder, Jack Heavner, William Hind, Orville Hoch, Franklin Hunsicker, Lawrence Krehbiel, Albert Laughlin, Vernon Loomis, Dick Lord, Phil Lord, Wendell McIntosh, Robert Melton, Wilburn Morris, William Nutting, Dan Nye, Chester Parker, Carl Patterson, Glen Pennington, Vernon Pennington, Lewis Richardson, Roy Schurter, Keith Shaffer, Gene Souders, Lee Teverbaugh, Arnold Turner, Robert Turner, Whitby Turner, Charles XVayman, Kenneth West, Har- rison Burke. PLEDGES: Galan Bertram, Wilbur Brakebill, Ray Brown- ing, William Clever, Fred Fiss, Vernon Harness, Johnny Hill, Lloyd McClellan, Harvey Millspaugh, Melvin Moore, Delmont Peterson, Ralph Peterson, Ralph Smith, Lewis Stanbrough, Tru- man Weigand, Calvin Lee, Cress Surface, Howard James, Wilson Jordon, Lyle Schaaf, Brctte Riley, Wilbur Padden, Max Brown, Oris Brown. lQZe fQ3o Mrs. Potts, Blackman, Anderson, Bangs, Bergerhouse Bernet, Bertram, Birch, Cook, Foster Frybergerhouse, Harness, Hill, Hind, Hunsicker Jordon, Krehbiel, Laughlin, Loomis, McIntosh Millspnugh, Moore, Mussellman, Nye, Padden Patterson, G. Pennington, V. Pennington, Richardson, Riley Schurter, Schaff, Souders, Tever- baugh, B. Turner W. Turner, Wfayman, West, Zajic Housemother-Mrs. Alice Potts Flower-g63W'l?ite Rose Colors-Puriifg and White . Sponsors Dr W M Roper Prof A D Schmutz, Dr. D. L. MacFarlane, Prof. Page 1 49 5 A 'll ,KE I OFFICERS President ,,,.,..,,, MARY MARGARET WOODMANSEE Vice-President ,...,....,.,,,,. . ...,A,.,, ALICE LOUDON Secretary ,, ,,,,,,E ,,,E.,, M ARY LOUISE BUTCHER Treasurer .,.,, ..... , .,..,. K ATHERINE EZELL Registrar ,,,.I.,,,.,,,I,.,I. . ...,.......... ESTHER IQRUG Pan-Hc'lIr'11iC RejJ1'c'sc'11fativc' ,,,I.............,....,,,,,. ..,.,.,,,,,,,E,.,,,,E.... ,,.., , L EDNA LOUISE TURNER Collegian' Representative ,,I,,, BETTY DRYDEN Editor ,..,,.,,,,,,,,. ...E, ,,.,..v,,,...E,, D o LORES THOLEN House Manager ,,,,, .....,, M AXINE HILLIARD O Alpha Sigma Alpha was organized in Farmville, Virginia, in 1901. Epsilon Epsilon chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha was first organized on this campus in 1910 as Kappa Delta Theta. It became associated with Alpha Sigma Alpha in 1917. There are now twenty-three active chapters. The open motto of the sorority is "Aspire, Seek, Attainf' Its official publication is "The Phoenix? Alpha Sigma Alpha had many social events this year. The social season started with the Fall Hayrack Ride, and was fol- lowed with the Pledge Party, and the Snowball Christmas Party at the Country Club. Outstanding among second semester social events were the Spring Formal, a Mother's Day Tea, and a Farewell Party given with Delta Sigma Epsilon social sorority. The biggest event of the year was the moving into the new Alpha Sigma Alpha chapter house at 116 XV. 12th Avenue. 5. I ' 1 MEMBERS: Margaret Abildgaard, Abbie Amrine, Mary- an Brooks, Mary Louise Butcher, Ruth Cheney, Betty Cremer, Keats Dorney, Betty Dryden, Virginia Eicholtz, Ida Mae Elder, Kathryn Ezell, Josephine Grammer, Margaret Hilliard, Maxine Hilliard, Stelouise Hockensmith, Esther Keller, Alice Loudon, Doris Mclntosh, Lois Reeble, Marguerite Rice, Delores Tholen, Edna Louise Turner, Marjorie Walker, Evelyn Wenrick, Virginia Wiand, Jennie Williams, Dorothy Wingerd, Vesta Wood, Mar- garet Mary Woodmansee. We fQ30 Mrs. NVest, Abilgaard, Amrine, Brooks Butcher, Cheney, Cromer, Dorney Eicholtz, Dryden, Elder, Ezell Grammer, Margaret Hilliard, Maxine Hilliard, Hockensmith Loudon, McIntosh, Moore, Reeble Rice, Tholen, Turner, Walker Wenrich, Wiand, Wfilliams, Win gerd Wood, Woodmansee Q Colors-Red and White Flowers-Aster and Narcissus Sponsor-Miss Edna McCullough r Housemother-Mrsl Rose West 3 Patrons and Patronesses-Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rowland, Mrs. C. R. Phipps, Mrs. Cornelia Conwell, Mrs. O. J. Borchcrs. ,-. Page 151 CIT lllLf!0lV6Z jeffd lf 144.1 GGJLM Page152 OFFICERS P1'esif1'e1zf ,,,,,,,.7,,,... . .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,A.,,,.. MAY PECK Vice-Prvsiflml ,, .. , , ,7 ..,, .. ,... ,, HELEN IVES Secretary ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, IQATHERINE MARBOURG ROC01'l!f7lg SC'C1'L'fl11'j' ,,,,,,,,,...,,,, MERLE GEPHART T1'CdSZl1'F1' , ,,,, ,,,,, . GEORGIA YVILLIAMS . Alpha chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on September 23, 1914. The sorority grew rapidly and in 1917 became the fourth group to join the Association of Educational Sororities. There are now 31 chap- ters of Delta Sigma Epsilon. Epsilon chapter was installed at Emporia Teachers College March 21, 1917. Delta Sigma Epsilon holds its conclave every two years. This year it is to be held in St. Louis, Missouri, August 19-22. Jefferson Hotel is the official headquarters in St. Louis. Mar- jorie Kelly and Maye Peck are Alpha chapter's delegates. The sorority publication is "The Shield." The chapter house is located at 1005 Merchant. O MEMBERS Actives-Evelyn Emerick, Helen Ives, Nellie Lee Kayser, Lilburne King, Katherine Marbourg, May Peck, Doris Sherrard, Betty Ames, Virginia Ault, Helen Edwards, Merle Gephart, June Katz, Eunice Lundblade, Gwendolyn Mounkes, Georgia Wil- liams, Josephine Jeffrey, Grace Anderson, Marjorie Baltz, Geral- dine Foster, Marjorie Kelly, Josephine Roberts, Virginia Lee Porter. Pledges-Maxine Steele, Ruth Bowen, Delores Miller, Nellie Borland, Carol Covert, Nina Loy, Lucille Drake, Helen Jenkins, Carol Hadsel. fade X930 Mrs. Hall, Ames, Balrz Edwards, Gephart, Ives Jeffries, Katz, Kelly King, Lundblade, Marburg Miller, Mounkes, Roberts Peck, Sherrurd, Williams Sponsor-Miss Esther Swart Housemother-Mrs. Nellie Hall Colors-Olive Green and Cream Flower-Cream Tea Rose Patronesses-Miss Gertrude Brown, Mrs. T. B. Lord, Mrs. F. L. Gilson. lLllfX0lVZ'C Page 153 Q? 3 'MY' N Q L W Llflfld Page 154 M' ' 'W OFFICERS President ,...., ,....,,. s ..,,,,, .., .. Y VONNE WINKLER Vice-Presirlenf ..,,,,. ..,,,,,,, M AXINE HELIN Treasurer , ,,.7 ,...... ,,,,,,,,,.. ...,.,7, W ' I LMA LUFT Secretary ..,,,,,,..........,,..., ELEANOR BUMGARNER C0rrexpo1m'ing Edilor .,,,,,,,,. ALBERTA BRICKELL Sergeufd-af-A1'111s ,,,, ., ,.,,, VIVIAN XVEAVER O Pi Kappa Sigma was first organized at Michican State Nor- mal School, Ypsilanti, Michigan, in 1894. In 1916 a local club, called Sigma Gamma, became Iota chapter of Pi Kappa Sigma and was installed as a member of the national chapter on Febru- ary 22, 1918. Since the time of its organization as the first sorority on the campus, the local chapter has taken an active part in extra-curricular activities and has maintained a high scholastic standard. "The Laurelj' the sorority magazine, is issued four times each year to the alumnae members and the members of the twenty-eight active chapters. Social events of the year have been the annual Founders' Day Dinner given at the chapter house, November 17, the Pledge Party, the Christmas Party, the Valentine Party, the Spring Formal, and the Farewell Party. For ten years the home of Iota chapter has been at 132 West Twelfth. I MEMBERS Alberta Brickell, Eleanor Bumgarner, Margie Curtis, Maxine Curtis, Cleda Davison, Maxine Helin, Margaret Ann Lewis, Wilma Luft, Alberta Merritt, June Mullinax, Bernadine Neece, Allene Radke, Lorene Radke, Joyce Sidener, Gwendolyn Smith, Vivian Weaver, Yvonne Winkler. -Ae X936 Mrs. Emma Jones, Brickell, Baumgarner Margie Curtis, Maxine Curtis, Davison Helin, Lewis, Luft Mullinax, Neece, A. Radke L. Radke, Sidener, Smith Weaver, Winkler Sponsors Dr. Minnie M. Miller Mrs. Edwin J. Brown Housemother Miss Emma Jones Colors Turqouise Blue and Gold Flowers Jonquil and Forget-me-not C Patrons and Patronesscs-Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore. Page 155 if ILIIXAJIVCT S OFFICERS President , ,... ..... ,...., . . -s ,,, ,...... NADEAN KNOX Vice-Presirlent .,,,,,... ,,V,, L OUISE SYMES Treasurer ..,,,,,.,.,,,,,, ,,A. A LICE XWIEGAND Rc'c0rdi'11g Secretary ,,.., . v....... LUCILLE PARSONS Corresponding Sccreiary ,,,,7.,, MILDRED BURNAP 'i Keeper of Grades rrrrrA,.,,..,.....,,,.., BERNICE DAVIS Rush Capfain aaaaaaaaaaaa MARTHA VIRGINIA TEEMS Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded at the Virginia State Normal School, Farmville, Virginia, April 20, 1898. Pi chap- ter was installed on this campus March 30, 1917. The open motto of Sigma Sigma Sigma is "Faithful unto death." The sorority publication is l'The Triangle." A regional convention was held in Wichita, Kansas, October 19-20, 1935. Nadean Knox and Lucille Parsons were delegates. Other members who attended were Louise Symes, Alice Weigand, Lillian Lohmeyer, Caroline Shearer Reed, Lillian Axe, Mildred Burnap, Geraldine Gillis, and Rosemary Hoopingarner. Irene McGinn was the sponsor. Founders' Day was celebrated April 20, 193 6, with a dinner given at the chapter house. The outstanding social functions of the year were the pledge party, annual mid-semester party, and spring formal. MEMBERS: Lillian Axe, Melba Beauchat, Mildred Burnap. LaVone Cable, Bernice Collins, Gertrude Crist, Berenice Davis, Verle Frost, Nadine Hunt, Margaret Holland, Nadean Knox, Helen Lyms Moore, Lucille Parsons, Dorothy Resch, Lillian Rea, Lola Reagon, June Stark, Louise Symes, Alta Tanner, Alice Weigand, Helen Yates. PLEDGES: Margaret Bowers, Lucille Elliott, Wilhelma Engler, Geraldine Gillis, Rosemary Hoopingarner, JoAnn Jef- ferson, Geraldine Jefferson. we X936 Mrs. Boggcss, Axe, Bcaucliot Bowers , A29 U Burnap, Cable, C llin , Davis, Ell'o t ls i is, H ngnrn ' olland, I G. ic ferson, J. Jefferson, Rhea, Patrons and Patroncsscs-Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rice, 1 llll XLJVVCT Reagan Rcsch, Parsons, Stark, Symcs Tanner, Wicgglncl, Wortnuan, Yates Housemother-Mrs. Fred Boggess Colors-Purple and W'hitc Flower-Violet Sponsors Miss Aclisah May Harris Miss Katherine Fuller Dr. and Mrs. MacFarlane. Pugc 157 I5 'T' M' KW. " ' A Prcsidclzt ..,.,. . ,,.. ELEANOR COLEGROVE Tn asurer W .,A...,,,,,,, HELEN WI1.soN Sc Neiury ..,,. , ,.,,, DOLLIE THARNSTROM ll -, la V W A OFFICERS t saga jst 1 till' 1 hir TEM llllllmllllll 504: I4 fLI4fLI44,6Z Page153 Phi Mu Gamma, national fine arts sorority, was founded at Hollins College, Hollins, Virginia, in 1898. Mu chapter history dates from January, 1917, when a girls, music club became the local sorority, Theta Chi Theta, one of the first four sororities on the campus. In May, 1921, the local sorority became Delta chapter of the national sorority, Lambda Phi Delta, and remained so until 1930, when Lambda Phi Delta merged with the national sorority, Phi Mu Gamma. The national publication is "The Tri-Shieldf, The chapter publishes a quarterly news letter which keeps alumnae in touch with the active chapter. Mu chapter of Phi Mu Gamma has not opened a house this year but has maintained a chapter room at 924 Mechanic Street. MEMBERS: Miss Henderson, Eleanor Colegrove, Miss Dewhurst, Mercedes Schmitter, Dollie Tharnstrom, Helen XVil- son. Q46 X936 Miss Henderson, Colegrove Miss Dewhurst, Schmitter, Tharnstrom, XVils0n Sponsors Miss Helen Dewhurst Miss Pauline Henderson Colors Black, Gold, Blue Flower Sweetheart Rose Q Patrons and Patronesses-Mr. and Mrs. Floyd V. W'akeland, Mr. and Mrs. P. Drake, Miss Nona Lytton. i IZIIXXOIVET Page 159 ,Q-gg Qfifk 155' , "i M mf: ' Y ep 4 rf i . ,A xfA! if V j W fi -A1 l Qu. 0 lg all Aa L lflfld dll Page 160 OFFICERS President ,,,,,v,,, , ..A.,,.,,,7,7, WILMA HORTON Vice-President .,A7 , , ,,,,,,,,7, LA VON SMITH Secretary ,7,,,,, ,7,,. V IRGINIA Lois BRIGGS Treasurer 7,,,,,, , ,,, 7,v,,...... H ARRIETT STEVENSON C01'l'CSlJ071!1il1g Scrrrlary ,- WINIFRED VIGNERON Custodian .....,,,,,,,,,..,..,,.... ALEEN13 BIDWELL Chaplain ..... ,,7......,,C, M YREL YosT Hisioriun .,..,.., ,...... D ELORES HONER Q Alpha Sigma Tau was founded at Ypsilanti, Michigan, in 1898. The sorority, first organized on this campus in 1920 as Delta Gamma Rho, became the Iota chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau. Culture, devotion to duty, and loyalty to college, to friend, and to sister are the general objectives of the organiza- tion. The sorority pin is a modified shield of black onyx bordered with pearls, and displays the Greek letters of Alpha Sigma Tau. The pledge pin is a monogram of gold. The official publication of the organization, "The Anchor," is published semi-annually. The home of Alpha Sigma Tau is located at 1006 Constitu- tion Street. O MEMBERS Wilma Horton, Virginia Lois Briggs, Delores Honcr, Aleene Bidwell, LaVon Smith, Anna Faye Barngrover, Myrel Yost, Winifred Vigneron, Harriett Stevenson, Lucretia Peacock, Evelyn Heintz, Lorene Price, Lois Baker, Melba Jenkins, Hazel Rorick, Mary Louise Phillips. Zyze X930 Mrs. Finkbiner, Garmsn, Barngrover Bidwell, Briggs, Cook Heintz, Honer, Horton Jenkins, Peacock, Price Rorick, Sheeley, Smith, Stevenson Vigneron, Wagaman, Yost I Colors-Emerald and Gold Flower-Yellow Rose Housemothcr Mrs. Pearl Finkbiner Sponsor Miss Helen Garmzm Patrons and Patronesses-Dr. and Mrs. Paul M. Shebilsky, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jackson. g., IIIZZZKOIVCT Page 161 Page 162 fnnefaada OFFICERS President ..,,,,,.,, ..,,,.,,.,,,, G WENDOLYN PETERSON Vice-President .,.. .........w, . VIRGINIA MOTT Secreiary ,I7,,7,, ,. - ,,,, ORA MAY TRAXLER Treasurer .,v.., ......., L ENA PLUMLEY Sponsors Miss Teresa M. Ryan Mrs. S. A. Johnson Pafronesses Mrs. W. H. Gray Mrs. C. R. Phipps Mrs. B. E. Tomlinson Winnetaska is an organization of Emporia Teachers College Women who do not belong to a Greek-letter social group. Its membership has increased to more than one hundred since its organization in 1931. The ur ose of Wfinnetaska is to rovide social contacts P P - . 1 P . and to foster friendly relationships among Its members. The rou meets with Mu E silon Nu each Thursda evenin for an s P a P A I Y s hour of dancin . In the meetin which follows the social hour, s s I a s onsor, a member, or a uest s eaker rovides a short ro ram P g P P .P ls designed to carry out the cultural purpose of the organization. The chief social features of the year are the Fall Party and the Spring Party. Nliss Teresa M. R an, associate rofessor of En lish, who Y . P. . pg - has been the sponsor of Winnetaska since IIS organization, de- serves much credit for its success. The name "Winnetaska" is an Indian word meaning "pleasant Iaughterf, The symbols of the organization are the Indian moon and star, s mbols of li ht. Y S Q46 1936 TOP PICTURII Ciflifllll, Ripgnusc, Nncc, Ncwull, Blick, Hill, Cnskcy, -Iiibc Null, l.uulicng.1, XY'illiinS, llalficld, linbcrts, Ruud, Huglmus, Anclcrwn Iliilincs, NYclul1, Briggs, MsC.1ugl1c5. Tyrcllu. xl.ll'l'il1.lI11, Dnncz Nlllllllll PICl'URE ,limi-i'.1ml, Diggs, -Icnlxins, lS.'l.l!'Ll, Hcswr, Hysnn Austin, Smitli, XVilli.1mS, lfislks, XVc1ml, Gillcn Ziugluinicr, lilnklgy, Mnxcy, Mrll, liuriclx, llcss, Cross l5O'l"l'ONI PIc1'l'URL XY'L'll'iC1', liruwn, Scars, Pclursnn, Hiatt, Mnniru, VV, Angell Sniclilus, l,v.1ns, Slicfliiulnl, Kennedy, Sword, l,. Angell, Gruunquist, l5nrlucCli. Tlionms f1lI'LUl, Cgsnum, il-l'.1XlUl', l5ulcrSc,n. Plumlcy, lluclxslcp, cZ1'lXSl1lClI'l Pugi' 11,1 it 2 .. T 1 . , ? I 4 N 44 Q.. s.,. Uk 1 Page 164 ez gaifen me OFFICERS First Semester President ,,,Y,,......,, , ,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,.. RAYMOND SHOBE Vice-President ..,,,,7 ...,,, AY,,,,7,, V I RGIL KLOTZ Secretary ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,. , ,..Y, , , E D ISON GREEK Treasurer 7,.,.. , ,.,...,.,,,, ,,,,,,..7,,, A RCHER ARNOLD Second Semester President ,,.7,,.,,,,,,,,,........,7,,,,,.,,.,,, FORREST FREASE Vice-President ,,..., ,,.,,,,,,,. M ILTON SENTI Secretary ,, ,...,... ..,,, A LVIN HAsENBANK Treasurer ,,....,e ,,., , I ....,,,,,,7,....,, JAMES STEWART In December, 1930, a committee of students composed of Merle Harlan, Delbert Donnell, Dwight Newb:-rg, Paul Jehlick, Frank Beach, Jr., Frank Pecinovsky, and Roy Downs, under the direction of the late Dean C. R. Phipps, designed Mu Epsilon Nu, independent men's or- ganization. The aims of the organization are set forth by its consti- tution in the following words: t'To promote the ideals of fellowship among the young men of the school and to afford opportunity for study of social problems, attainment of social graces, and further de- velopment of personality." The Greek letters, Mu, Epsilon, and Nu, were chosen to represent Manner, Ethics, and Nobility-Manhood in its highest degree. The first meeting of Mu Epsilon Nu was held on January 7, 1931, with 30 members attending. The organization has grown until at the present time its membership exceeds one hundred fifty. Mu Epsilon Nu has taken an active part in intramural competi- tion. In intramural forensics representatives of the organization have been victorious in extemporaneous speaking in 1931, 1932, and 1933. Men's debate was won in 1931 and oratory in 1932. Its members won the intramural athletic cup in 1931. Meetings are held every Thursday evening. Members meet in the Student Union Ballroom at 7:00 for an hour of dancing with the members of Wfinnetaska, independent women's organization. Then the organization convenes in a designated place and the business of the club is transacted. Frequently, an educational lecture is on the pro- gram. The outstanding social features of the organization are the Fall Party and the Spring Party. Membership of Mu Epsilon Nu consists primarily of men who arc not members of other social organizations. We XC? 6 TOP PICTURE Mnrslmll, Rcsyer, Townsend, Terry, Auten, Veit, Plummer, Senti, B. Anderson, Hukr Rasmussen, Hasenbank, Blehm, Cowan, K. Smitli, Keplar, McCoy, Pnwell, Grimes, Rutland, Brown, Martin Patrick, XVoc:d, Gciebel, Barnett, McNabb, Dr, Gray, CLIFSICIISIIII, Cliristensun, Hidnlgu, xl. Nttlllllil BOTTONI PICTURF Hcrrmnn, Frense, Girud, Perkins, Celtrnnu, King, V. Smith, Sanclefur, Brittvn, XYVJYFCIT, Austin, Tricmcr, Fuller Kncrp, Keller, Roby, Bulm, Hays, Baker, F. Netnlmln, Bayless, Van Vnlkenburg, Sluw, Slmeplicrd, Brundley, Nculi, Noler, Hildyard, Miller, lynn Beclltigldt, Hume, Base, Klutz, Dr. Nagge, Slunbe, Arnold, Greer, Daniel, H. Andersun .Q X Pugvloi g., Illl Cliff? CECIL KERSTEN SUN FLOVVER K ING ARCHIE SAN ROMANI ATHLETICS T HAROLD Page 166 I C? 3 0 414 VERLE: PROSI' su Nuownz cu I wx MONT HH LEARX IURI-NSKLS RUTH NICDCJRP VH Sli JANE IADNER sum:-N s um Vrlc Q GEORGE BERENTL HAR! AND IANNING ALEX DAUGHTRY H OX D MCCUNE xr Amusnu ,l f Page167 xillllf uwet Qafafaalzn afgfmaafi To further recognition of student achievement, the Sun- flower staff asked more than twenty faculty members to choose outstanding students to characterize the successful work which they represent. In every case faculty members found the selec- tion of an outstanding student very difficult, for a choice seemed to be discrimination against others. No outstanding student for campus leadership could be chosen, and the faculty committee met several times before eliminating everyone except Harland Lanning, Floyd McCune, George Berentz, and Alex Daughtry. Ruth Moore was chosen from a large field of outstanding music students as a representative of the group. Archie San Romani was selected above Charles Bailey and James Fraley only because he had captured national recognition individually, while Fraley and Bailey had accomplished the same feat as members of teams. Tom Dewey edged out Donald Clark and Cecil Kersten by "one-half of one per cent." He had played more versatile roles than the others, according to faculty judges. The faculty committee on scholarship had to be enlarged before Harold Bechtoldt was chosen for this honor. Mont Hilleary, forensic representative, has been state ex- temporaneous speaking champion two consecutive years, and, teamed with Wayfne Britton, won the debate championships the same years. Alex Daughtry, who has been a member of the Sunflower staff and editor of the Bulletin, represents publications. Jane Ladner, member of nearly all women's Varsity athletic teams, represents women's athletics. Cecil Kersten and Verle Frost were chosen Sunflower king and queen, respectively, during the Sunflower sales campaign. Besides being honored here with pictures, Kersten was a guest of the Sunflower at the World Series baseball games in Chicago, and Miss Frost saw the New Year's football game in the Rose Bowl. as -Ae ff? O ,Jn 313, Abbott, Elizabeth Eileen ....... 64, 135 Abersold, Shelton .,,,............ ,.,,v.,4,. 3 6 Abilgaard, Margaret Jo ,,,... ..... 4 6, 151 Acker, Mary ..,w,,,,.,,,,..,,... ..,w 5 4, 103 Adamek, Jessie .,,, ,.,.,.e,......,,,,...w.... 8 6 Aiken, R. ,,,,,,,,. ..........,,..,,,. 1 10, 111 Albright, Eldeh ........ 46, 123, 128, 143 Allbaugh, Alden ,,.. ......,,,,,,,.... 5 4, 122 Allegre, Charles .,,,,, ,....,.,,. 3 6 Allen, Virginia ...... ,,,,,. 6 4 Ambrose, Albert ....,,, ,,,.... 6 4 Ames, Arthur ,,,,.,,, .,........,.. 4 6 Ames, Betty ........ ...,,,, 5 4, 103 Ames, Miles ,,,,,,,,.... ..,.,,,, 6 4, 30, 31 Amrine, Abbie .......1,, ,,,..,. 6 4, 33, 151 Anderson Annabel ,,,.....,....,..,,,.....,,,, 64 Anderson, Audrey .,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,, 83, 96, 101, 108, 133, 135 Anderson Bruce ,,,.,. ,,.,,,,.......,.,,,.,,, 1 05 Anderson Carrol .,..,. ,,....,,,,,... 1 0 5 Anderson Dalton ,,,... ,,,......,,. 3 6, 96 Anderson Howard ,.,.,,,,.,,. 36, 105, 165 Anderson Howard ....... ...,..,,,,.,..,..... 4 6 Anderson Paul ...,..,.,, ,,,.,,,,,,,.... 6 4, 95 Anderson Victor ,,,..,..,...,...,,..,,,, Angell, Wenonah ,,,,,,,, 54 . 85, 46,163 112, 163 110 133, 161 Barkmann, Florence ....,..........,.,. Barngrover, Anna Faye ..., 36, Barret, E. R. .....,......,,.,,.,..,....... . Base, Gladys ,,,,, Base, Velma ,,,,..,, .. 28, 91 64, 86 46 Angell, Lucille ,,,.,,, ,.............,,..., 1 63 Appel, Erhelyn ....,,,,... ,,,,,,.... 4 6, 82 Arnett, Claude, Jr. ,,,,,,,,,,.,,. 64, 87, 145 Arnett, Claude E. ..,.....,,,,.. 29, 105, 145 Arnold, Archer ssss 36, 85, 105, 109, 111 Arnold, Harriet ..........,..,,........... 54, 103 Ashmore, Edythe .,,,,,,,....,,,,,......,,..... 135 Astle, Howard ..,..,. ..,,,. 1 11, 123, 124 Austin, Charles ..,,.,. .,,,, 5 4, 110, 165 Austin, Loren ....,. ,.....r,. 1 21, 122 Austin, Lorene .,,,, ,..,,,....,,,, 4 6, 163 Auten, Lloyd ....... ,,..... 1 12, 105, 165 Axe, Lillian ,,,.., ...,,.,.,..,,, 4 6, 157 Bailey, Charles .,............,... 120, 126, 127 Bain, Thelma .,s, 54, 101, 106, 112, 133 Baird, Bernice ........,,,.....,..,....,.,..,.... 163 Baird, Kenneth .,,.,..,.. 46, 126, 128, 147 Baker, Harold ...,...,,,,,..,,,,,,...,.,,,.,.,.,,... 36, 89, 123, 125, 128, 147 Baker, Reba ........,...........,............... 54 Baltz, Marjorie ..... -.,.. 5 9, 153 Bangs, Dorothy ...... .......... 5 4 Bangs, Lewis ....... .,,, 5 4, 149 Bantz, Clinton ..... ,,,,, 3 6, 147 Barker, Lillian ,,... ...... 8 2, 86 41 i llll ZOVVCT 4 if Baxter, Agnes .,,,...,,,,, ,,,, 2 ,,,, ,,,,,, 5 4 Bayless, J. Leslie ,...,,.......,.................... 36, 82, 105, 112, 165 Baysinger, Carol ..,,,,,....,,,..,,,......... 64, 85 Beauchamp, Gertrude .........,............ 157 Bechtoldt, Harold ..,,,,,,....,,...,...,.,.,,..... 333. 36,32,80,89,96, 109,166,165 Beedles, Wilma , ,,.,,,,.....,,.,....,.,,,..,.,.,. 135 Beeman, Eugene ..,,....,.,....,,,,.,....,...,.... 36, 85, 84, 86, 107, 143 Beevers, Cecil ...,....,,,,....,,........., 123, 126 Beighle, Kenneth ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,..... 3 6 Bell, Jack ......,,..,1,,. ........,,. 3 2 Benedict, Esther ,,,.. ,,..... 4 6, 97 Bennett, Marion ...., ............,,... 9 8 Bennett, Robert .,,,, ...,.,1..,.,,,,.,,.. 8 9 Bentrup, Carl ,,... ..,.. 8 2, 107, 110 Bentley, Reva ......,.,,,.....,,,,,,,,.....,,..... 102 Berentz, George ,,..,,,......,,.,,,..,,..,,,.,,,,.., 4, 36, 80, 82, 85, 86 89,107, 145,167 Bergerhouse, Charles ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46, 149 Bernet, Jack .....,......... ..,,,. 3 6, 109, 149 Bertram, Galen ...... .... 6 4, 84, 149 Bethke, Clarence ,,,... ,....,,,,...,.... 5 4 Beuchat, Melba ....,, ..,.,,..... 4 6, 112 Bidwell, Aleene .,,,.. ..1. 5 4, 94, 133 Bill, Emma Jane ......, ...,.... 3 6, 111 Birch, Walter W. .,,.., ...,.. 3 7, 149 Biven, Carrie ..,...... .......... 5 1 Black, Lois ..,,.,,.,, ..... 5 4, 163 Black, Yarber .,....... ,,.,......,. 1 35 Blaine, Robert ..,...,.,,,,,,,.. ,,,,.... 5 4, 145 Blakely, Rosemary .,......,.......,.,,,,.,,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,, 46, 101, 106, 110, 111, 163 Blehm, Richard ,,...,,......,,,....,,,,.,,.,,,.,, 55 Boaz, James ..,., ,,,,,.,..,,,,....,......... 1 10 Boggus, Mrs. ,...........,.,,,...,,.,,,,, 2, 157 Bohn, Marion .,,..... 46, 86, 91, 105, 165 Bomen, Philip ..., .,,,.....,.,..............,.. 5 5 Boone, Joyce .,.... .......... 6 4 Borchers, Ol. J. ..,.., ..... 2 9, 107 Borland, Nellie ....... ..... 6 4, 110 Borton, Imogene ...... .......... 6 4 Bottorf, Leota ........ .,,........... 6 4 Bowen, Ruth ,,..... ...,., 1 33, 135 Bowers, Donna ,....,, ,......,,,.... 6 4 Page 169 Bowers, Margaret ..... ....,w, 5 5, 157 Bowman, Philip .,,.,,, ....,,,..... 8 2 Bowser, Odessa ,,,.A,,,,,.. ..,,,,,,.. 1 35 Bradshaw, Virginia ,..,, ..,r, 6 4, 86 Brandley, Gorman .....,,,..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 65 Brandner, Lowell ,,,,,,,................,....,..... 46, 80, 87, 89, 91, 105, 143 Brattan, Genevieve ,,........,1.,,,.... 64, 111 Brcukelman, John ,,,,,,,,,-,,-,.,,,,.,,,,,,-,,,.- 28 Brickell, Alberra 11,,1...1111 46, 89, 97, 155 Bridges, Paul or 108, 120, 121, 122, 128 Briggs, Helen ,,.,.... 46, 30, 80, 100, 163 Briggs, Virginia Lois ,.,,.,-,,.,, 47, 82, 161 Britton, Wayne .......,...,,,,,,1,,-,,,,,,,,,-,,,,, 30-1, 37, 80-1, 91,105,109,111,165 Brooks, Maryan ,,,, 55, 30, 91, 100, 151 Brown, E. J. .,,,,, ,,,.,......,,,. 2 9, 80, 145 Brown, Elaine ,,,.,., ,,,,,,,,, 5 5, 163 Brown, Henry .,,,,,, --.. 1 05, 165 Brown, Joseph ,,,,......,,..1,.1, ,.,,,, 6 5, 105 Brown, Margaret Louise .,,... ..... 3 7, 98 Bryan, Aldro ,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,, 1,,,,,,,1,1,,, 9 6 Bryan, Loren ,.......,1,,,, ,,,,.,.,-,,,,,,,,,,,. 4 7 Bumgarner, Eleanor ,,,,,,,,,,,, 47, 84, 155 Burke, Harry ,,,.,,,,....,,,,.,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6 Burkholder, Catherine .,,,,,,,,.,..,,.,,,,,,,, 65 Burnap, Mildred .,,,,,,,-,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 112, 131, 133, 135, 157 Burnett, Woody ......2.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.. 110 Busch, MarBeth .,,,, ,,,,,.,.., 6 5, 133, 135 Bush, Betty ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,, 6 5, 101 Bush, Homer ,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 91, 95 Butcher, Mary Louise ,,,,,,,..,,,,1,1-,,,,,,,.. .222..,,,,...... 55, 33, 83, 110, 112, 151 Butcher, Thomas W. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 28, 34 Byers, Evelyn ,.,1....,,,,, Bynum, Frank ,,,,,, Byrd, Virginia ,,,,,, Cable, Harold ..,,,. 110 65 65 Cable, LaVon .,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,. 1 57 Calkins, E. J. .2t.,2,, ,2,, 1 05, 111 Carlson, Myrtle .,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 6 5, 86 Carr, Mason ,,,.,,,.......,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 37, 145 Caskey, Margaret Jean 37, 110, 163 Cater, Dorothy ..,,.,,,....,......, 55, 82, 100 Caywood, Vivian ,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,, 4 7, 110 Chaney, Anna Louise ,,,,.,, ..,.. 6 5, 88 Cheney, Ruth ..,,,,,,,,,.,.,,, ,,,.. 1 03, 151 Clark, Daugherty ....... ,,,,,, 6 5, 143 Clark, Donald ....,.1,,, Cleaver, Charles ,,,,,, 37, 143 47, 85, 86 Coffman, Harold ttt... ,,,,,,,,,,,...,,.... 6 5 Colegrove, Eleanor .,.,, ,,,,.. Collins, Bernice ,.,, 86, 94, 159 65, 157 Conkle, Donna 22,,.. ,11..., 8 2, 65, 85, 84 Condon, Leo ..1,,, .,..,,,,,,,,,,. 37, 80, 145 Conner, Rex .rr,.,rr.... 55, 85, 84, 86, 143 Page 170 Cook, C6616- Harold ..,..-.,. 47 Madeline 122, i'28', 1.49 47, 161 Cook, Maxae ...,.,,. ,,.,,. 5 5, 109 Coop Forest ,,,.,,,.. .,,,.,,,.... 6 5 Cooper, Charles ....... ,.,,,, 4 7, 82 Cooper, Wreatha ,.......,,, .,...,,,,,,, 8 6 Cowan, Robert ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,..., 65, 110 Crawford, Beulah Belle ,.........,,,...,,,.,. 47, 101, 106, 111 Cremer, Betty ........,,,.........,....,,. 65, 151 Crissman, Opal ,,,, ,.,,,, 5 5, 163 Crist, Gertrude ..... ...,.,1....,,...... 5 5 Crippen, Alma ,,,,,,,., .....,,,,,,,, 6 5, 108 Crooms, Duward ,,,, ,,,,, 1 21, 122, 124 Cross, Josephine ,,,,,, ....,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 9 8 Cross, Stena ,,...,...,.,, ,1...,, 5 5, 163 Crowder, Charles ,,,, ....,,,,,,,, 6 5 Crum, Catherine ,,...... ,,,.. 6 6, 86 Cummings, Jean .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 8 5, 84 Cunningham, Arleigh ...... ,,,,.,,,,, 1 11 Cuthbertson, Jack ...,,.,,. ,,...., 4 7, 147 Curtis, Margie .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 55, 155 Curtis, Maxine ..,..,....,...,.,,,,......,. 55, 155 Custer, Frank ,.,,,,,, 37, 89, 91, 112, 145 Daeschner, Wilburn ,,,,,,,.............,...1,,, 47, 31, 88, 109, 143 Daniel, Paul .,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 47, 107, 105, 122 Darness, Virginia ,,,, ..,,,,......,,...,..,,,. 8 5 Darst, D. Daryl ,,.....,....,,,,,,,,...,,,,, 66, 82 Daughtry, Alex ,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,.37, 32, 35, 80, 87, 90, 147, 167, 166 Davidson, Margaret ..,., , ,,,...,,,,,..1, 66, 155 Davis, Bernice ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , -- ctcccccccccccccc 100, 157, 83, 37, 103, 82 Davis, V. A. ,,,,.,...,,,........,,1,...,,,,,.,.. 145 Davis, Vincent .......,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,., 66, 145 Davison, Cleda ...,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 5, 135 Decker, Pauline .,...., ....,. 3 7, 99, 108 Decker, Willis ........, ,,,,....,,,,..,,,,,,,, 1 05 Delmare, Ralph ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 102, 110, 1'11 DeMott, Kenneth ....,,,......,,.....,,,......... 55, 108, 121, 122, 147 Dennis, Robert .......,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,1,,. 91 Denton, Floyd ........ 57, 85, 84, 107, 110 Depew, Roy ....,,.,. . ,............,.,...., 84, 85 Derden, Ruth ...... ...,..,.. 8 5 Deschner, Zella 1,1.,,, ..,.. 6 6, 82 Dewey, Tom ..,..,,.,., ,..... 4 3, 166 Dewhurst, Miss ........,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 59 Dickerman, Edward ,,,.,.,.......... .......,,, 6 6 Dietrich, Keith ,.,,...,..........,.,,1.....,,,..,,. 82 Diggs, Mary ccccccc cccccc 5 5, 100, 108, 163 Dillard, Edna ,,,.,,. ..,,....,.,,,.,....,..,... 1 35 Dimon, Mary .....,. .,1,,,,.,.1,,,,...... 8 2 Dobbs, Paul ,, ,.,,. 56, 95, 145 Dobson, Ethel ....., ,,.....,,,.,, 1 03 8 -Ae 1996 Doughty, Mary ,,,.,,,,..A., A,,,..,, 1 12, 133 Dodd, Richard .,,7,,,.............,,,, 122, 128 Donez, Delores ,.,,.1.,,,,,,,,,....,,,,.....,...,.. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 37, 99, 106,111,133,163 Doile, Glen ,,,,,,,,.........,,...,........, 111, 112 Donnellan, Joe .,,,,,,,.,,,.,,.,,,. 56, 82, 143 Dorney, Kathryn Keats ,,,,.,,,.,,, 66, 151 Fraley, James ..,..,..,,,...,.....,,.,................ Doxon, Lynn .....,,, 56, 30, 108 Drake, Kathryn ....... ,,,..,, 4 7, 99, 106 Dryden, Betty .,,,,,,,. ,.,.,.,.r,,,.... 9 4, 151 Dryer, Cecil ,,,.....,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,......,..,,,,.... 38,121, 122,123, 125,128 Duer, Max .,....,,,,,,,,.,,,..,,,,....,.....,,..,r 123 Dunham, Rachel ....,...,,,,,...,,,,,,,,...,.,,. 56 Dunkelberger, Myrtlesther Ruth ,,,,,,,, ttt....,...,,ttttttt..,.tt..,.,.tttt.,tt 38, 99, 83 Dyck, Auguste Marie ,,,,,,,,.. 66, 82, 103 Eaton, James ,,,,,,,,.,... ...,,,t,t,,....,,,. 6 6 Eberle, August ,,,...,, ,,.,,, 3 8, 110, 111 Edwards, Glenn ..,,,, Edwards, Helen ,,,.,, Edwards, Paul ,,,.., Edwards, Wilma ,,,, Eicholtz, Virginia Eickman, Charles Eikerman, Homer ,,,,.. 143 56, 153 , ,,,, 47, 8 66, 151 123, 128 Elder, Ida May ,,,.,,.. ,,..r,,. . 66, 151 Elliott, Lucille ...,, .,,., 6 6, 135, 157 Ely, Virginia .,,,.,, ,,,,.,,,,.r 1 ,,,,, 1 35 Emerick, Evelyn .,.,. ,,.,,,,, 1 01, 133 Engel, Victor 2, ,...,.,, ,,.,, 3 8, 96, 143 Engler, Wilhelma ,,,.,, ,,,, , . 66, 157 Erickson, Marjorie ,,,,,, 66 Eshelman, Byran ,,,,, .,,,,,, 4 7, 143 Essick, Kathryn ..,,,, ,,,,.,,, , 100, 110 Evans, Ben ,,.... ,,,,.. ...,.,,,,,,,,,.,..., 8 2 , 107 Evans, Dorothy 2 ,,,,,.,,,,, 38, 99, 103, 163 Evertson, Donald .,,,.,,,,... . ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 66 Evertson, Merlin ,,,,. ,.., , 38, 111 Ezell, Kathryn ,,,. ...,.,,, 1 12, 151 Faidley, Dorothy ,rrr.rtt..,.rrrr ,47, 111 112 Falk, Ruth ,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , 38 Farr, Geraldine .,,,,,,, 110, 111, 133 135 Feasel, Rosamond -r,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Featherston, Hazel Felton, Helen 3 .,,,,,. 3 Finkbiner, Mrs. Fishburn, Twila .,.,, , Fiss, Fred ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,,,, 2, 83 56, 103 112, 38 2 rrrrr, 161 66 2 tt., 2 tttttt 126 Fitch, Dorothy ,,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 6, 103 Flummer, George ,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 112, 165 Folks, Florence ,,,.,,,,,,,, 56, 103, 135, 163 Follmer, Leta ,,,,,,1,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,-1,,,,,,,,,-,, 135 Forbeck, Virginia ee,,,,,rrr,1,,11 47, 99, 163 Foresman, Susie ,,,,1,, , ,,.,,,,,,,,-,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 11 Foster, Keith ,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,i , 47, 149 Fox, Rudolph. .1., 47, 82, 105, 110, 112 ,fl lLlfLg!0Wt3Z 8, 120, 122, 123, 125, 128 Frame, Wendell ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 110, 121 122 Frease, Forrest .,.. 48, 88, 110, 111 165 Freiburghouse, Ancil ..,1,,,.,,,,,,,, 56, 149 Froetschner, Dora ,,,,,,,,.,,,,...,......,,,,, 110 Frost, Verle ,,,,.....,...... ,.,,, 5 6, 157 167 Fulhage, Mildred ,,,,...,.,,.....,,,,,,,, 38, 101 Fuller, Everett ....,,,,,,,,,,,,.....1,,.... 56 165 Furman, Betty ,,,.,1 112, 131, 133 135 Gardner, Gertrude ...,.,,,,,,,....,..,..,,,,, 82 Garrett, Mildred ,,,,.... 48, 131, 133 135 Garman, Miss ...,..,,, ,.,.,,,...,. ..., ,,,,,,, 1 6 1 Gasche, Lewis ,,,,.,..... 1.,.... 5 6 Gebhardt, Marjorie ,,,,,,,.,......,..,,,,,,,,,, 135 Geist, Lois .,.,,,,,..........,,,,..,,,,..,,,, 67, 135 Gephart, Merle ,,,,,,,,,,,. 38, 98, 102 153 Getchell, Vera .,,.,...,,1,,,,,.,,,,.. .. ,,........ 103 Gibb, Mildred .,.,.,,,,,,....,.,...,,,, 56, 103 Gideon, Nettie Marguerite .,..,,..,.,,,,,. 67 Gile, Morris ,,......,,,,,,,,,....,., ,,,,, 1 23 Gilman, Esther ,,,,,,..,. ..,., 1 10 Gilman, Mary .,.... Gilson, F. L. ..,,.,, , Gilson, Gareth ,,...... 86 48, 147 Gilson, Geoffrey ,,,.,,,,...,,.,,,. 48, 89 147 Gillen, Virginia ,,..1...,,,, 67, 98, 135 163 Gillis, Geraldine ..,,,,,,....,,,,....,,,,1,,,,,, 157 Girod, Charles ,,,.,,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,, 97 165 Glanville, Mae Florence ,,,,....,,,,..,,,,, 135 Goff, Roger ..,1,.2,,,,.,,..,,..,,,,...,,,,, 67 110 Gcebell, George ,,,...,,..,,,,,,,, 56, 111 165 Goldsmith, Wendell ,,,,, ..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 1 2 3 Good, Paul ,,.,..,,,,,., ,,,. ,,,,,, 1 2 3 128 Gormly, La Faun ..1,., ,.,,,. 8 3, 85, 86 Goss, Leona ,,,.,,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,. 5 6 Goodrum, Dan ,.,,,,. ,,..,,..,,, 1 08 Gould, Philip ,,,.,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 05 Grammer, Josephine ,,,,. 1,,,.,,. 5 6, 151 Gray, Albert ,,,,,,,.,..... ,,.... 8 2, 84, 86 Gray, W. H. ,,..,..1, ,,,,,,.,... 1 65 Gray, Virgie ......,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,, 1 3 3 Green, Gwendolyn ..,,,,,......,,,.,,. 48, 100 Greenquist, La Vern 21 ,,,,,,,,,,.. . ., ..,.,., 12,, 67, 82, 85, 86, 163 Greer, Edison ..,,., 43, 96, 105, 111 165 Gregory, Anna Lee .,....,,,,,,,.., .,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 6 Gress, Evelyn ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,.,,, 56, 112 Griffin, Mary . ,..,. ,,,, Y ,,,, 1 35 Griffith, Helen ,,,,,, ,,,, 1 63 Groves, Emory ,,...,, ,...,,,, 1 65 Guilfoil, Eunice ,,,,., ,,,,,,, 4 8, 96 Gufler, Fritz ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,...1,,,,,,,,,,,..,.1. 145 Gustafson, Bonnie ,,..,,,,,,,,, 3 .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57, 82, 86, 100, 135 Guyot, Ova ,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,., . ,...,,,,,.,,.. 135 Given, Eleanor , .,,,,.,., . .,...,,,,,,. .. ,,,.1,,,,, , 67 Page 171 Given, Elizabeth ....... 57 Hackler, George ........,,,,,,.,,,,.w,,.,....... 67 Hackler, Lynn ....,,,..A,....,,,,,,,,.,,....,,,.,,,. 11111111111148,84,85,86,107,143 Haggerty, Patrick .,,,,,.,,,,, 123, 124, 128 Hamline, Wilma ,....,,,,,,,,,......,.,....... 13 5 Haldeman, Lyda ,,,,,,.,.. 48, 85, 133, 135 Hall, Arthur ..,, 43, 126, 127, 128, 147 Hall, Mrs. 1,3333.,.....,33....333,3333....,....... 153 Hansen, Ethel ,,,,, Harness, Vernon ,,,.. ,.,,, 5 7, 122, 149 Harrel, Audrey ...,,, Harrell, Mary .,,,.,,.. 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A. Johnson, Susan Jones, Jones, Jones Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Alice .1111111 11149,133 nq-29,II1 11168,1o3 11111 85 Edna 111111 1111. 4 9, 106 Elwood 1.... 58, 109 Emma ..1111 11111111111111 1 55 George 11..11 1111,1111 8 4, 85, 86 Lloyd ..111 11...11....111111111111.1.111 3 9 Morris 1 68, 84, 86, 107 Jordan, Wilson Joss, Thelma .....111 Josserand, Jane Julian, Harriet Katz, June 11111111 Kays, Laura YA 1111111111.144 111111168,11z 58, 99, 163 58, 99, 163 hW.58,94,1S3 82,86 g XQ30 Kayser, Kathryn .,... Lewis Lewis Lewis Margaret ,,,.....,,.,,,,. , 155 68, 133 Maxine ,.r.,,,... .. 58, 100, 111, 131 Wendel ,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,......,...,,.,,,. 105 Lilies, Freda ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.....,,,, 6 8, 135 Lister, Opal ,,,,.,.. ..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. 8 6 Little, Melvern ...... ,,,, 4 0, 82, 143 Loekard, Gene ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,..,, 8 2, 86, 110 Locke, Albert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,1,,,, 121, 122 Lcomis, Vernon ,,,, 49, 87, 91, 112, 149 Loudon, Alice ,,,.,,,,,,,. 49, 131, 133, 151 Louis, Lyle ,,,,,,, ,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,,.,....,,,, 1 12 Love, Glen ..,,....,,,,r, , ,,,,..,. . ,,,,.,,,,,,, 82, 86 Luekenga, Viola ,,,,,,,,,,,, 49, 82, 86, 163 Lt1ft,Wilma ttt,tttr 5s,1o2, 112, 133, 155 Lull, H. G. ,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,..,1...,.. 29 Lundblade, Eunice ....,,, ..,,,, 4 0, 153 Luthi, Erwin ..,,,,,,,,, , ,.,. 59, 145 Lutt, ,Dorotla a .,,,.,. ,,,,,.... 1 10 Lynn, Rayr iond ,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,, 1 11 Kayser, Nellie Lee ,........, 33, 82, 85, 86 Kearney, Maxine ,,,.,,, ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 9 Keene, Helen ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 101 Keller, Kenneth ,,,,,,,,,, , .,,,, ,,,,,., 1 08, 165 Keller, Percy ,,,,,,,, 49, 86, 87, 107, 145 Kellum, Forrest ., .,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 122 Kelly, Marjorie ,,,.,,...,.,r, 49, 86, 98, 153 Kcltner, Louise ,,,,.,, ,.,,,.,,,.,,.,.,,,,..,..,, 6 8 Kemp, Elsie ,,..,,,. .,... , , ,,.,.,,,,..., 103 Kemp, Frances ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 35 Kennedy, Julia .,.,. ...... 5 8, 191 163 Keplar, Luther ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,. . .,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 1 65 Kersten, Cecil ,, ..,,..,,,.,,..,,,.1,..,...,,,,,,. 39, so, 87, 91, 145, 166 Kilmer, Kathryn ,,,.,,, ,..,....,,,,,,,, 5 8, 86 Kimble, Bernice .,,1.1 ,,,,, 3 9, 112 King, James ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 28 King, Lawrence ,,..,. ,,.. 3 9, 83, 153 Kinsey, Mary .,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 8 Kinsey, Kathryn ,,,,,,, ,,,, . 1,.,,,,. 6 8 Kleiber, Ellamae . ,,.1 , ,,,, 68, 112 Klein, Mary ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 5 8, 103 Kline, Naomi ,,..... ,,,,,,..1,.,., 8 6 Kloepper, Ralph ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 05, 108 Knouse, Ralph ,,,,,,,,... .,..,,,.,....,.. 9 5 Knouse, Ruth ,,...,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,,.... 5"S Knorp, William Dale ,,,,,,,,,, 49, 112, '165 Koch, Darliene ,,1. 49, 99, 100, 106, 112 Kogler, Maudie ..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 ,,,,,, 39 Klutz, Virgil 1r1111r111,11, 39, 105., 112, 165 Krcady, Glenn ,,,.,,,.,,..,,.. 49 32, 86, 145 Krehbiel, Lawrence ,,,,,,,,,,, ,fi 3, 110, 149 59, 111 Lyon, Wayne ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,. 4 9, 165 MacDougal, Thelma ...... ,,,,,,, 4 0 MacFarlane, D. L. ,,,, ,,,,,...... 2 8 lVlcBride, Helen ,,,,. ,,,, 8 2, 86 McCall, Ruth ,,,,,,,, ..,,,.,,,, 5 9 McCaughey, Mary ,,,,,,. ..,,,,,,,,,, 5 9, 163 McClure, Chester ,,,,,, ,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,...... 6 9 McClure, Orin 1.,.... ,,,,, 4 0, 85, 86 107 McCosh, Bruce ,,,,,.,.,,,,,....... 40, 112 145 McCullough, Edna ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... 130 131 McCune, Floyd ,,,, 40, 80, 109, 143 167 McCune, Treva ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,. 40, 99 102 McGuire, Doris .,,,,,,,,,,,,, 49, 32, 80 151 Mclntosh, Wendell ,,,..,.. 59, 82, 86 149 McKale, Frances ,,,,,,,,,, 49, 99, 108 110 McKenzie, Ruth ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,. 59, 135 McKim, Lea ,,,,,,,.,,,,, , ,,,,,, 133 McKnight, Opal .,,,,, ...,,,... 1 35 McKnight, William ,,,,, ,.,,,, 4 9, 147 McNabb, Dean ...,,, Maben, Gail ,,,,,,,, Mack, Tyree ,,,,,,,,.. Madison, Bernice ....., Madison, Eileen ,,,,,,,, 165 59 128 69, 111 Kuretich, Wfilliam ,,,,,,,,. , ,,,, ,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 43, 126, 124, 128, 147 Kutnink, Paul ,.,,,,,,,,,,, fm 123, 124, 126 LaCroix, Eugene ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,-,,, 5 8 109 Ladner, Jane ,,,,- 131, 133, 135 167 Lambert, Harold ,,,,,,--,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,, 82, 85 Lancaster, Lola iae kfffu ,,-V,, 3 4, 85, 86 Landrith, Thomas ,---,,,,Y,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,, 68 Lanning, Harla nd YYYYFAMHYA,WYYYYYYYYHYYYYYYYAM,, 4--4-39, 30, so, 87, 109, 111, 143 167 Larson, Jean V YYQYYYYYYYYYYYYM--,,,,,,,,,-,,, 58, 122 Laughlin, A1 Defi 2222222222 rcicr 9 7, 149 Laughlin, ,lizabefh ,,,,,2 .rrrc 6 8, 135 Lawder, B ,rfha ,,,,,,, ,.2...,, 3 9 Lawman, Mary YYYYYYY ,,,,,, 1 35 Lawfenc :, Irene ,,,,, .,,..., 5 3 Leeeen, Charlotte ....,, .,..,,.,.... 1 03 Lee, fillard ,.,.,,,,,,, ,.,.. 6 8, 105 Leer Wilma irrrii ,,,,,,.., 135 Lef rler, Elloise ,,,,,,, .,,.. 1 35 L ,,1ser, Margaret ,,,., ....., 1 03 aesh, Mrs. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,.,...,..,,,,,, 1 45 Lesh, XVarren ,. ,,,,,,. .,..., 39, 143 Leslie, Harold ,,,,, . .... 39, 90, 91, 143 ,l g, llllgflfllfllf Mahoney, John ,,,,, 147 Marbourg, Katharine .,..,,,, 94, 133, 153 Markham, Anna ,,,.,,,,,,,, 69, 82, 86 163 Marshall, Marjorie ........1....... 69, 86 103 Martin, Georgie ,,,,1 ..,,,,,....,.,... 9 7 Martin, Grace ,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,....,,,,,, 6 9 Martin, Jack ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,..,,,,,,,, 43 96 Martin, William ,,,,,,,,,,,. 59, 33, 89, 143 Matzen, Kenneth ,,,,., ,1.....,,,,,,,, 8 6, 165 Maul, R. C. ....,,....,..,.,,,,..,,..... 80, 88, 91 Mawdsley, Richard ..........,...... . ............ -....-.. 59, 30, 87, 123, 126, 147, 128 Maxcy, Esther Q ,,.,..,,,,,,,......,.,.......... 163 Meats, Rowe ,,,,,. ,,..... 4 9, 97 Page173 Mellenburck, Leona ..A,.A, Mentzer, Austin ,,,,,,... 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W., Jr. ,,,ooo o,,,, 1 10 111 Mossman, Virgil ..1,,,,,, ,1,,,, 4 0, 105 Mott, Virginia ,,,.,,,,,, 2 ,.,,,,,, ,,,, 1 12, 163 Mounkes, Gwendolyn ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 5 9, 153 Musselman, Lawrence ,,,,,,, ,,,1,, 5 0, 149 Mullinax, June .,,,,,,7,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 9, 155 Murdock, Kenneth ,,,1, ,,,,,, 6 9, 145 Nace, Mary Ann ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 63 Nagge, Joseph W. ,,,, 165 Neal, Cleda ,..,.,,,... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 9 Neece, Bernadine ..,,,, ,,,,,, 5 0, 155 Nelson, Evelyn .,,,,, Newell, Alma .,,.. 22.s9,s6, 2.222.2-,222222 40 163 111 100 128 136 149 128 133 135 86 102 70 Neilson, James ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 10, Niles, Irene ,,....,,,,.. ,,,-.,,1,,,-,,1,,,, Nolan, Richard ,,..,,,,,,1,,,,,,. 97, 123, Noll, Dorothy .,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, HMDWSO,108,130,131,133,13S, Nye, Daniel ,,.., 2 .,,,,,,,,,,,,.,1,, 50, 112, Obee, Vincent ,,,. 40, 30, 126, 127, Opperman, Vera ...,,,.,,,,, 60, 82, 86, Oliver, Juanita ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 33, Olson, Raymond ..,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Olson, Virginia ,,,.,.,,,., ,,,,,, Osborn, Elizabeth ,.,,.,. 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D. ,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,.,,.,,,..... 1 11 Rowland, Helen ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,..,1...,,,,,,,,, 4 1 Royer, Harold .,,,., ,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 65 Ruud,,Myrtle W., ,..1,, 41, 99, 112, 163 Saferite, Elwyn ,,,.,,,. Salmon, Eleanor .,...., Sams, Burton ...,.,,, 105 71 Samples, Lyle ,,..,,..,,.,....,,,,,,,. 61, 84, 97 Sandefur, Ray ,,,..,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,..,,,,,.,,,, . .tttttt.ttttttt...tt 40, 80, 89, 90, 105, 165 Sanders, Ruth .,,,,,,..,.,, 3 ,,.,,,,.........,,,, 110 San Romani, Archie .,,,,,,...,,,.,1,,,,,,,,,,,, 50, 107, 121, 122, 166 Sarracino, Joe ,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,..,. 1 11, 112 Savaiano, Eugene .- 41, 86, 107, 110, 111 Scarcliff, Mrs. ,,,,,,..,,.,....,,.,,,,,,,,,....,, 147 Schaffner, Martha ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,. 9 7 Schaaf, Lyle ..,,.ttttt.. 71, 30, 82, 86, 149 Schartz, John ,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,..,t.,.t,,,,,,,,,. 123 Schlatter, Lorene .,,.,,,., ,,,,, 5 0, 98 Schnieder, Dorothy .,,,,,,,.,3..,1,,,,, 86, 102 Schmitter, Mercedes , 82, 86, 98, 159 Schmutz, A. D. ..,,,,,,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1, 107 Schmutz, Alvin ,,,. 86 i llall OLVETZ Schoonover, Roy Schubert, Albert ,...,, 61, 147 Schurter, Roy ..,,,,,.. -,-. 61, 140 Scouten, Velva , ,,.,. .-,. .,,..,....,,... 50, 97 Sears, Guthrie ,,,,,,,,,,,, Selanders, Bonnie 43, 111, 135,163 50, 98, 108, 109 Senti, Milton ,,,, 41, 105, 108, 111,165 Sewell, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 61, 145 Shaffer, Willis ,,,,,,,,, .,.. ,,.,..,.,,,,..., 4 1 , 145 Shannon, Gail .,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.......,..,,,... ,,,,,,,,,,,. 71, 82, 84, 85, 86, 128, 145 Shannon, Vera ,,,,,,,,,,,.. ,,.,.,. ,,....., 7 1 , 133 Shaw, Fred ,,..,,.,,,,, ,.,,.,,,,,,,. 1 65 Shaw, Roabelle ,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6 Sheeley, Aline ,,.,.,, ,.,,,, 7 1, 86, 161 Sheffield, Jessie ,,,,, .,,.,,,., 5 0, 99, 163 Shepard, Archie ,,,,, 72, 84, 85, 147 Shepard, Gwenda 83, 86 Sherrard,Dor1s ,,,,,,,,,,,, 133, 135, 153 Shipley, Hanna Pearl ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 2, 86 Shirkey, George ,,,,,,,,., .....,. 1 10 Shipp, Pauline .,,,,,,,., ..,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,, 1 00 Shobe, Loleta ,,..,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,..,,. 7 2 Shobe, Raymon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 41, 80, 96, 165 Short, Joan ,,,,,,,,,,,.. 3 ,.1,,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,.. 6, 110 Shrewsbury, Harriet ,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,, 42, 96 Sfbrel, Harvey ,,,,,,.. ,...,..,,,,,,,,,,,3.,,.,,,, 5 0 Sidener, Joyce ,,..,,., 72, 82, 94, 133, 155 Simpson, Daisy ,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, 130, 131 Sipes, William ,,,.,,. ,,,. 1 05, 123 Small, Katharine .s,,,, .,,,,, 6 1, 135 Smith Arline .,,,, ,,,,,,., , . ,..... 72 Smith, Doris ,,,.,,,.. .,.,.. 7 2, 112 Smith Francis .1,,,,,..,,., .. ,,... . .,,,,,,,, 84, 85 Smith, Gwendolyn ,,.,. ,,,.,,,,.,,.,,, ,,., , 72, 82, 86, 133, 135, 155 Smith, J. Douglas ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.3,.,,.. 128 Smith, Kenneth ..,.,... ,,,,, 1 22, 128, 165 Smith, LQVOII ,,...., ,,,,,.. 4 1, 133, 161 Smith, LaVon B. ,,,... ,,,,,,, 7 2, 110, 135 Smith, Verne ,,..... ,,...,,,,.1 7 2, 165 Smith, XVinston .,,,,,, ,,.,.,,,..,.,,.. 1 22 Snickles, Mildred ,,... ,,.,., 4 1, 163 Soden, Carl ..1,..,,., .,..,,,,,.,,,,,. 1 22 Songer, Roberta ,,,,,,, ,,,1,,,,,....,, 7 2, 86 Souders, Eugene ....,,, Sparks, George ..,,,,,,,t, 61, 102, 149 41, 109, 143 Stam, Sam 1,,,.,,,......,,...,,,,,,,,,.,,...,.,,,,,. 128 Stanley, MacRaynolds ,,,.,.,, 82, 86, 107 Stark, June ..,,..,,,,,......,,. ,,,,.,... 6 1, 157 Starkey, Frederick ,,..,,,.,., 123, 128 Stead, Marie ..,..,,,,,,., ..,,,,,,,,,,..,,.. 8 3, 86 Steg, Victor .,,,.,,..,. ....1, 6 1, 84, 85, 107 Steg, E. T. ,,,,,,,.,,,.1, , ..,,..,,,,.,,,,,.. 84, 85 Stenzel, Bernice .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., ..,, 7 2, 86 Sterz, Henrietta ,, 42, 99,110,111 Stevenson, Harriet ..,...t.,,,,.....,..,1 61, 161 Page 175 Stoelzing, Marjory ........, ,...,,..,.,,,.., 61, 86, 100, 106, 110, 111 Stone, Annabel ,,..,,,....,......,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,. 61 Stone, Ruth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..., ..,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 1 Stonebraker, Berniece .,,,,, ........,,,,,,,,, 9 9 Stover, Dean .,.,.,,1..,,,,,, ,,,,, 8 2, 86, 110 Street, Jenice .,,.... ..,, 4 2, 103, 163 Stott, Ben ,..e,.,t,eee.,, eee....,.,.,,eee..., 5 1 Stroud, Dr. J. B. .,,... ,,,,,,, 1 23, 128 Strube, Ben ,,,,,,,,. .,.,,,,.,,e,,,, 1 23 Strube, John .....,, ..,,,. 1 23, 128 Stuart, Ray ,,..,, ,,,.... 8 2, 83, 86 Sumner, Vern ..,t, ,,..,.,...,.,,, 1 22 Swain, Francis ,,.. ,,,...,,,.,, .. 42 Swain, Virginia ..,,,,,,. Sward, Margaret ....,...,......,,,,,,, 101, 163 Symes, Louise ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,. 50, 94, 133, 157 Tanner, Alta ,,,.,,..,,,.. ,,..., 5 0, 103, 157 Tarrence, Dorothy ,,,,,,. ,,,...,...,, 7 2, 110 Taylor, Jack ,,,.,,,...... ,,.,,,, 4 3, 87 Terry, Charles ..,.,.. .....,,,, 1 65 Teverbaugh, Lee 42, 149 Thrasher, Elsie ,...... ,,....,,,..... 8 2 Tholen, Dolores ...,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,.,, 6 1, .1 51 Tharnstrom, Dolly ,,,.,.....,,,,..,,,,,,....,,.. 86, 110, 111, 133, 159 Thomas Agnes ,..,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,,.,,,1 72, 86 Thomas, Anita ,,,,,,,......,.. ,..,,,,,,1,,,,,, 7 2 Thomas Mrs. Ella ......, .,,,, 4 2 Thomas Hallie .....,.,,, ..,,....,1..,, 4 2 Thomas, Melva .,,,,.,,..... ,.., . . ..,,.,,...,.,,. 51 Tibbals, Marion ,,,,,,,,......,,..,. 42, 99, 110 Tomlinson, Dean Brian ,,,.,,,,,,...,.,....,, 27 Townsend, Fred ,,,,,,,,,,,..... 73, 105, 163 Traxler, Ora Mae ,,,,,,,. 42, 99, 111, 163 Traylor, David ,,..,.....,,..,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 110 Triemer, Arthur ,.,,,,., 73, 108, 145, 165 Truesdale, Mary Jane ,,,.,,,....,.,. , ..,,,,,, 112 Trusler, Victor ,,,.,,..,,..,,.,,,,,..,, 124, 126 Tucker, C. B. ..,,....,,,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,.,...,..1..,. 97 Tuggle, Curran ,,,. 51, 82, 86, 128, 145 Turner, Arnold .,,....,,,,,.,.,....,.,....1,...., 51 Turner, Bill ...,..,.,,,,,,,,,,.,..........,,,,.,.. 149 Turner, Edna Louise ,..,....,,,,,.,.,,,....,,,.. 61, 92, 94, 112, 133, 151 Turner, Paul .,,.,,,....... 73, 82, 86, 149 Unruh, Vivian ,..,..,,,,,............,,,..,, 73, 86 Vandeventer, Mabelle ..... ,,,, 6 2, 99 Varvel, James .,,,,,......, ....... 6 2 Van Tuyl, Stanley ,,...,,,,. ,.....,,,,..., 4 2 Van Valkenburg, John ..,.,,, ,,,,,, 8 2, 165 Veal, Allen 1,,,,,..........,.1,,,..11.,....,,.,.... 110 Vest, Fenton ...,....,,,,,,,.,,,,....,,,.,...,,,,1,., 51 Vigneron, Winifred ,,,. 51, 108, 111, 133 Von Keller, Alice ..,.. ,,,.,,........,.1,.... 1 02 Page 176 100, 86 Wfagaman, Rachael ,,,,, ,,,.,, 7 3, 84, Wagner, Duff .1....1.,, ,,,..,,,, 161 Wfakeland, Floyd ,,,,,, ,,.,,, 8 2, 83, 107 NValdorf, Roxcoe ..... ,,,,,,.. . 110 Wfalker, Marjorie ,,..., .,.,,, 6 2, 103 Wfalker, Olive ,,,,,,, .,,,,, 6 2, 151 Wfallace, Eugene ,,,,,, ..... 5 1, 111 NVallar, Richard ,,.,,,, ....,,,.., 1 02 Wfalters, Glenn ,,.., ,.,,., 4 3, 111 NVard, Laura ,,,,,,,1,... ..,,,,,.,,,, 1 11 Wfayman, Charles .,,..,, ...,,.,,. 7 3, 149 XVear, Mary ,,,,,,..., ,,,,..,,,,..,.,..,,,.... 7 3 Wfeaver, Vivian ,,,, ,,..., 6 2, 112, 155 XVebber, DeLoris ,..,. .,,,,,,,,,,,.,..., 1 02 Wfeber, Wallace .1,,, .,..,,,,,,,..,, 7 3, 105 W'eigand, Alice ...,.. .,,,,,,,,.. 4 2, 133, 157 Welch, Cathryn ..,,.,,,,...,.,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 62 Welch, F. W. tt,.,.,, 121, 122, 123, 124 Wfelker, Vida 22.........2.22, 43, 96, 101, 163 Wellman, Edward ,,,.,...,,,,.,,,,...,,,..,.,,,.. ,.,.,222222..,2. 83, ss, 86, 107, 110, 163 Vfelsch, George ...,,,,,,......,,,.,,,..1,.,,,,,,. 51 XVenrich, Evelyn ,,,...,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,.,..,.., 62 XVest, Kenneth .....,1,,,,,,, 62, 85, 86, 149 Wharton, LaVerne ,,,,.,....,,,, 80, 94, 109 Wlhitaker, Dorothy ..... ,..,,.,......, 8 6 Wfhitesell, Allegra ...,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Wfhittle, Fred .,.1.,1111, 11.,11 6 2, 155 NVilcox, Jesse .,,,,,,.,........, ,,,,,, 4 2, 147 108 Williams, Catherine ,,,,,,, .....,1. 6 2, Vfilliams, Georgia , 62 XVilliams, Jennie ,,,.,, .,,.,, 7 3, 133, 151 Williams, Lenore ...., ,,,,.,,............. 6 2 Williamson, Ruth .,.,, ,,,,,,,,,..,,,,. 4 2, 112 NVilhite, Orville .,,,,,,,.....,.,....,,,,,,,,,,,. 105 XVilson, George ,,,,,,,,,... 84, 85, 107, 145 Wilson, Helen ,,,.,,. 159 62, Wfinkler, Yvonne .,,,,,,,,,,,.......,,,. ., 62, 155 XViziarde, Frank .,,,,,,,,...,.,.,,.,,,,,,, 82, 86 Wfolf, Eunice .11,1..,., 43, 84, ss, 86, 133 XVood, Clarence ..,,,,,,,,,,.,.. 88, 111, 163 Wood, Margaret ,,,. 51, 86, 110,111,163 Wood, Vesta .,,,,,,,......,,,,,,.,,,.....,.. 73, 151 Wfoodmansee, Margaret Mary ,.,,,,,,,,,.,, 51, 89, 100, 131 Woolverton, Naom1 ...2.,,,.,......,,.. 73, 135 Worrell, John ,,,,,,...,,,.... 51, 84, 85, 107 Wortman, Ona ...... ,,,.,,,,,...,,,.,..... 1 57 Yates, Helen .,,.., ....... 4 2, 112, 157 Yost, Myrel ..... ..,,,,, 6 2, 111, 161 Young, Clara .,,,. .,....,....,,,,..,.,. 7 3 Zajic, Raymond ,,..,,......1 ...,.,.. 4 2, 149 Ziegelmeier, Edith ,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,...,. 42, 163 Zimmerman, John .... 73, 105, 122, 145 2746 X936 1, La . 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