Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

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'f'w" Ar.'-vane" qrifiiwx ., 4 , L. ,, ,ff 455 A " 1,4-551 sa' 1 , Q L A N 3. ' ' T1 Wi gf". ,. .f . J, ...w g P? - mn- H WJ' rl. -v x zz: 'Y'-cf' 1: , i s E, M A ,, . X , 32943, L, k"35f i'i?31" 3f Cf " 4: 'J ,Q E E 2 Q as s E 145 Q E 3 5 EE Q. 1 y 1 , , A , N W . w 1 E1 21 i ig, ei is if I E EX + LIBRIS ThSf1 1937 L X I X X Z WEE, V HKZVX 57' Q ff XZ fl?-Zh ELSITY 0 9 9 K. S. T. C. CALLED You AS A HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE .... You AN- SWERED. . .THIS YEAR You HAVE RESPQNDED TO f MANY OTHER CALLS - 19 if M Ag A , 1937 '-NP ff? L F MPORIA, qjx My 1 N A1955 N cj mv 54 N fl 1 fix QA? f V? W1 vp I RM 9 Xl, 6323 fxgbf n X, my gf? X N , .Q ,zu ,XXI ,Q X X x A f LW 6 Ei 4313 'f 1 ' Ael, L , Rftfgy mv M' N - 7 4 R EX M fi fx LL T F - 6 f X 4 A September calls hundreds and hundreds of students back to Emporia each year for a, buzz- ing' nine months in "Hornet- ville." They come by train, bus, jitneys, strip-downs, and means of thumb to answer the challenging call of educa- tion which not only means long hours of hard study and work, but also friendships, panties, hikes, and a sense of well-being and satisfaction. It is in answering the calls of college that the sfndents find lmth happiness and fulfilment. Emporia Teacher Q , gi yang Wh Called . 1MW'f1!Q"Ng.f. I ' -7 it , i, . A fy, K v ge 2 hw: t R. I Q iw 2 .. k 1- M Na ,X 31. Q ,f A , W . K M. ,K W, - , M, ,f , SJMMM mg 7724666 from Psych. to Lit. '52 THE FIRST CALL TO CONVOCATION, SEPTEMBER 7TH, OE- EICIALLY OPENED ACTIVITIES EOR T H E SCHOOL YEAR. HAVING BEEN GIVEN THEIR INSTRUCTIONS IN ALBERT TAYLOR HALL, THE STUDENTS COMPLETED ENROLL- MENT IN THE CYMNASIUM, JUST ACROSS THE CAMPUS. . . "V . .rw ., ..1.'1,A"Y 'mv' M l3Ak?v.k,fKf!':1k .ax . .Hi A's?.".. X X 1-' - . - 1 , ,rs X ' W ...'ff:W'Q . .ng-.x??'1fi cv ' x , 5.,,, 'V .. 8 R le J A A X' X' NND TES MW M460 A wwf' ' X . 'WW . -1- 4 7 43' if 5 r ' , Nm ' " ?? ...1.,k., ,, 3 H gif 'LY 4, "' fx xlfltf YH'K'f'-'A ' "1 I-' -W -limi 1 E FS: if J, f LIFE begins in Earnest ., K, M U1 bfi an 2 l l , Frosty, fall mornings and school mean getting up for eight-o,cloclc classes, allowing just enough time to eat breakfast before school. A brisk walk across the campus is refreshing and inviting before delving into history or math. As one nears the administration building, its massive walls re-echo the merry, busy life of fifteen hundred students who have entered the portals of education at the Kansas State Teachers College. For those who have arrived early, there is just time for a pause at the rotunda before class. So many ul-lornetsn exchange greetings while leaning over the rail watching the shifting scene below. Suddenly the whistle calls "eight o'clock!" and the students dash to class leaving the halls empty and quiet for a joyous fifty minutes. ,2- 'R J-A ilk After the relaxation of the summer vacation, students find it difficult to get back into the routine of school mornings and work. Time must be budgeted properly so une can shave and powder and dress carefully for the day. Even with the most cautious students, a dramatic lace to early class climaxes the breakfast hour activities. The Presix Has Visi At the helm of the Kansas State Teachers College stands a noble leader, a man in Whom the students place confidence and trust. Presi- dent Butcher has been a trustworthy friend of the student body, and it is to him that the students turn for con- sultation and advice, in times of need. PRESIDENT THOMAS W. BUTCHER Miss Maude Minrow has been ,a friend of the men and women on the campus for years, and she has deservedly gained their respect and admiration. With an ap- preciation of college ac- tivities, Miss Minrow, Dean of Wo-men, has warmed the lives of the students with her per- sonality and helpfulness. wx Ewell me 0? Com-E . R5 snvm 'WMHE 1 , 'S xg M45-N B11 texy Q of imedia 5 viomffn' - ee o we this my we new .Tess fine I mggseii it the of Winds E' Mxnevxfw, 1 om ' aoiafv Qi ll , Deen ,Vim to Presenting the Deans of the College David L. MacFarlane has won the friendship of every person on the campus in his one year as Dean of Men. The happiness and joy he finds in his work is an inspiration to all those with whom he is related. To him students go for guidance, and fellowship. 7-JW" 47 . ' K If IN ALL HER MAIESTY 'NGK-IM 5125137 -Q, mf - f kssgsex . . 915 41 - Wsmiin. 7? W Mis KM . Am-., EQ, Fi Bcflzwzffr ifwsc' xhllrly c'0lz111111s, llZIlXil'ftll1S I7!l.YX.i'll4'XJ Jay. owe HQ!! Rrffr'1'!frz11.x' of fir' zfrxffflilruiy Abfqy 011 IVUUNPI' Lain 2 'W W f INTER mornings V! ff! ng o iving and a sparkling KW f in o Plumb Hall and its envi- - o s currying steps up the walk to gk t work and pleasures of the day XL!!! ring one to the building that stands 1 tif Its towering walls and stately col- aracter and inspiration that the administration building gives to those who have an intimate relation- allant guardian of the campus. ship with it. Evenings throughout all seasons bring many gala activities to Albert Taylor Hall, the auditor- y I V' . : symbolic of the strength of ium. Student dramatists and the worldis most renowned artists appear on the stage to add their bits to the pleasure and culture of collegiate life. Bedecked with snow or sur- rounded by darkness, Plumb Hall stands as an enduring monument to the life and pleasures of happy hours on the campus. X x 'Qfr-ffxgf Q xx wk fi Xl' 'W XR x WN K ,,, 1' x of WUI J,--v iv, Plumb Hall "W-uw A me M 2 5 H gp QR Science Hall Y7iffJi11 ibn' walls of Sc'iL'11ce Hall iudvlzfx labor long. fm! J -, . ,J in - 0" ff ,f 'U"'ffi'6f 111111,,t,1, if gl! , A .IM K , W ,v4,,v,Q,M,,,,. A SW ,. I f, I g. f,.w.x gg, 4 . fp, L.f--' : 4-rim, Y K, ,A Nz. . may .. ,mmf .f, , V ,M . . , ,. I In .25 ry. V ' -'iris Sinmlmfs llldj' risil KVLLOC-G LWJRARY Or lnlusv uf wooswxx LAKY, Aftvr clussvs in VLUMK5 HALL 5 A f f T he Fountain " 'Tum tl !7l'tIllfK'UIlX t'l'l'lIfIIg, 6711171 zzmf frm'." TM' x111111111'r fIl'rll1fj' of R1l0Xl'll'!f High, Tbv SIIUIL' 111111 CIOIIUIIIIX in 11'i11lv1', 111711 Ibn' Mum Walk III Xflfjllgfillll' Mah' Ibn' 11111111115 Htl joy forrz fr." T 61' If JW!! f'116r111lY'J Jljfllllllfffjf :Iliff fbr' JCfY4g'll of fbrf G12 G'QfQ' G12 355 . l-5 ,gf YQ fi! wr 'WVR . f""'sx ig, K 4 Q 3 1 2 5 3 3 I' E Lobora tory School If-lE pulchritucle of the Laboratory School makes it a pleasant memory for all who see it. Rising from a grassy terrace, it stands silhouetted against the eastern hori- zon, casting elongated shadows across the campus with the dawn. The echoing happiness of hundreds of little children enrich the beauty of the surrounding playgrounds. The building overlooks the east side of the campus, which is dotted with trees and foliage. Every kind of tree that grows in Kansas can be found on the Teachers College camp- us, and when the autumnal colors enfold them, the color and artistry of fall transforms the campus into a scene indescribable. justly, the Em- poria State Teachers College has been accredited the honor of having the most beautiful campus in Kansas. The Gymnaslum j11'r'1'x owl' flu' fojvx of flu' ivy f1'r'1'x. Foliagr, flmwrs, mul fmmfailz az' ibn' Sunken Garden ...rfb F I 4 211 ,,.. . ,f in wr 4 5 WH.. -54" '- Tln' Sfznfwzf Union ffringx 11zr'r1zo1'- im of Ulllllrj' fmjnjzy ZIOIIVS of lAUl'!'l'flfiOII 411111 llflllfillg, 171114 most of aff if Vz'f'aUs ffn' Z7IIf7fIfl1t'SX zzllff joy fnnmf in ffm' friwzffxfwijzs ibuf 1L'c'rr' l'l1l'fr'l7C'lf ffwwv. Memorial Student Union THE UN FLO W ER . 1 1937 W,yQ3.m 31-QRYX, NX -,K WM mm, N A . -,vygxwx wx?f,,X'Sx"' wxuw. TXCY-YYY V3 K p. um x . myxlii X x MW yum, -.xxxxar-M 3Y4K05 yi. WMP Y 1 YQ CO, WMU, zuhxx The .. G' C ff Ieatel. tO .Vice 3 'in 6 4 z ' f , .L.,:., 3 3 52 ,.. :gg 3 7 Q 25? 2: if if 5 , '- S., 5 -.,: ff Va- 5. i Q , Z pi - ii 52 2212 542 is :j:: ,: ,I'5E::f2 - :I-ig v-.2 R rf 2, igfgig 'Q Q 52" i tu: m, ,gg 522 Q A-ar J ffi 15 gg 25 si 2 E Lg 21 2 9 s 2 fi wi 3 ,Q 2 3 gas, 53553 egg gif 53 wE sw 3 fiE ga D I, Gould, Daeschner, Patterson wgiev Student Council Two members from each of the two lower classes, three members from each of the two upper classes, and a president and a vice-president elected at large from the students, form the student governing body on the campus. This group, with the assistance of a faculty member, con- ducts the affairs of the student administration. Among the routine duties of the council are arranging the social calendar for the year, conducting all elections, and sponsoring tourna- ments in the H0rnet's Nest of the Student Union. This year the council spbnsored a drive to put the Sunflower on the activity ticket for the coming school yearg Xi Phi and the Sunflower staff assisted in conducting the referendum, It was through the efforts of these groups that more than the required eighty per cent of the students signed petitions effecting this change. The Student Council established a more centralized and united gov- ernment this year by requiring each campus organization to be chartered with them. It is the purpose of such action to make the council more fully representative of the students. THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 Ball, Schaaf, Brown, Fuller, Whartiun, Wfeaver, Frease Besides other duties, the council has done much this year to make the Hornet's Nest more attractive and desirable. New game equipment was purchasedg a file of current magazines was establishedg and the east room was converted into a reading room and lounge. A permanent orchestra platform was fixed in the balcony of the ballroom to replace the movable stand on the floor. Following tradition, the Student Coun- cil sponsored all Homecoming plans in the fall. Members of the council are: 1'rvsidr'11t 77 WILBUR IYJAESCHNLR Vim'-1'I'esirlcfzf77 ,,,,,oo, 7FORREsT FREASI1 SC'lli0l' Rr'j11'cxcf1fafiws777 7 MARGARE'I' ABILIJGAARII LAVERNA WHARTON JACK BEI7L IzmiorRr'jm'sI'11fafiz'c's ,,,,,,, 7 7 EVERETT FULLER VIVIAN XVEAVER MAXINE LEWIS Snpbo1r1w'z'Rc'j11'z'xc'11fzIfi1'cs7 7 LYLE SCIIAAF PHILIP GOULD Fl'!'5bllIf'll Rr'j11'z'sc'11hzfiwx7777 7 7777 ELVA BELL ROBERT PATTERSON Sponsor 777777 7DR. EDWIN J. BROWN 35 SAN RO MANI BROOKS MAWDSLE Y RIQSCH SENIGRS P1'r'sir1'r'1zf N , Vil'!,-lJl'l'Yill6'lIf,, ,, Sc'1'l'c'fcl1'j' , ,.,,,,,, W Sfmfzfllt Cozmcil Rl'III'!'.YC'lIf0fil'FSH f IUNIORS Pl'L'Sitll'IIf 7 H Vivc'-l'ra'xirlc'11f , S!'C'l'l'fl1l'j' , ,,,, 7 . ,. , Sfllzfvuz' CT07ll7l'il lil'1H'l'KC'l1fflfil'05, I 3 1 -1 MWF? 3 AKCI-ill: SAN ROMANI LUCRIQTIA PEACOCK N13L1.lu LEE KAYSER MARGARET ABII.llGAAliIJ LAVEIKNA XVHARTON JACK Blau. DQRQTHY Rl'QSCIl RIQHARD IVIAXVDSLI- Y MARYAN BROOKS EVERIQTT FULLER XVIVIAN XVEAVER IWAXINE LEWIS THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 SOPHOMORES Pl'f'Xjtll'l1f,, Xfiff'-Pl'i'Xi1lt'lIf,, H Sf'f'!'!'ftII'j' ,, Sfllllfllf C!2lIlIl'jI R0fH'f'x1'l1fz1fizT5 FRESI-IMEN Prr'xiJv11f, , Vifl'-PI'l'SillU1711, ,, S1'c'l'r'f:11'Yy, ,, ,, M , Sllnfvllf CfJIIlIl'fI Rl,fJl'C'.Yt'lIfllfil'US ,WAUSTIN N1l'.NTZER JANE JOSSIZRAND , .HEI,IiNGRl11'I1'I'FII ,,,,,,LYL1i SCHAAF PHILIP GOULD U ,ALTON HAllNESS HWTHFRESA WATSON , HDON TIZIKIRY ELVA BIZLI. ROBERT PATTI-QRSON TIZR RY HARNESS XVATSON wx .1oss1aRANn MENTZFR GR IFFITH 7 1 :,i M , f 2'- Q S 1 Y 55- 's 'iw Ig iii? 'Mix M- YWN u Z ff ' 531155 'S gm ,Qi ,Q xl 3 Ni .... ': .-5:5 ?3w if ffff xv' :. 35332 35233 ffl-3, 55223 QF WQQQS 2 Q ,S , Nuke, f If 3335 was FQ? f W 5 Shaw? 4 8 Baird, Rhoads, Hoch, Shaffer, MacFarlane, Locmis, Kready, Brandner In ter-Fraternity Coun cj! The Inter-Fraternity Council is the administrative body of the men's Greek organizations on the campus, and its membership is derived from representatives of the various fraternities. The council formulates and promotes the rules, activities and standards common to all these organiza- tions. It endeavors to establish a feeling of cooperation between the fraternities and the independent groups on the campus and to maintain friendship among the Greek organizations. The members of the Inter- Fraternity Council for 1937 are: OFFICERS Pl'USil1t'IlIi,. . ,,,, .. LEROY MALLETT Vic'c-Prvsiflvm' VINCENT DAVIS Swrfefazry-TrL'asz1rw' ,,7,,, , WEUGIZNIL SOUDERS Pulzlirify C.l?dil'll1HI1.,. .. KLQNNETII BAIRII SIJUIISOI' ,,,, ,,,, D R. D. L. MACFAR1 ANT MEMBERS Kappa Sigma Epsilon PIII Delia Clui .,,., Pbi Sig mn Elbxilou ,,,,,, Sig mu Tall Gam mu ....,,. EI,noN ALBIUGIIT LEROY MAI.I.ETT VINCENT DAVIS GAII. SHANNON CI2cII. RHOADS KENNETH BAIRIB CDRVILLE HOCH EUG1aNIe Sounnks THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 1 1' 7 X 2 T011 Rona-Clleney, Turner, Honor, Heintz, Kelley, Roberts, Colgrove Q o ' om Role'-Vfilson, Sidcner, Wfeaver, johnson, Symes, Ilunt, Ozenberger, Foster I -Q 9 " All 1 - - . Q v ' 0 5 ' , ' - K I 0 F l N . l I Q . lA I Bi K 3. fiif' 4 .4 Mt z, . N Rfol an Heiienzc COUHCII 4 I he Pan-Hellenic Council, an organization composed of two mem- from each sorority on the campus, formulates rush rules and settles sorority problems. Through its efforts a loan fund has been established t aid sorority women. It is to raise money for this fund that the coun- ' sponsors an inter-sorority varsity in january. Each fall the Pan- lenic sponsors a tea for the new women students on the campus in an -ffort to create an interest and understanding in sorority life. Prrsizleiz It ,,,,,, Treaszimi' .,..,,,.,,,.,,,,.... Recording Secretary ..,,,,,,. L Correspomling Secretary ,,,s, S pcmsor ,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, fxffllpba Sigma Alpha ,,,,, Alpha Sigma Tau s,,,,, Della Sigma Epsilon ,,,,.. Plii Mu Gamma Pi Kappa Sigma ,,,,,, Sig ma Sig ma Sig ma ,,,,, Tlnela Sigma Upxiloiz ,,,,, OFFICERS MEMBERS DELORES HONER LOUISE SYMES ELEANOR COLEGRUVIZ RUTH CHENEY MISS CHARLOTTE FOsTIf:R ,,,,,,,RUTII CIIIQNEY EIJNA LOUISE TURNER DEI.ORIiS HONER EVELYN HEINTZ MAIRKIOIKIE KELLY josnm IINE ROBERTS ELEANOR COI,EcROvIz HIEl-l?N WILSON ,,,,,,,j'OYc'E SIDENER XIIVIAN VVEAVIIR LOUISE SYMES NADINIi HUNT DOROTHY OZENBIERGER SUSAN JOHNSON 1 X M253 553 Q 'S 'W I 'wk YM xv. ,SX-S wa. Q PQWUSSS ,, sa as Rxvgsssf iam Egg? kk if 'Q ,ss is sv we 'ev m 53555 :::.: 5' 125: Eiga, 3, ,, e sal age? ? " L. 'gg isles! View? We 35 Ii1.":1i 1I55'i55i :. Z?s??5:'l.'If'I:f: se A 1: 15 if sg wil 1 ,Ass iii i391 0 Brooks, Dell, Martin, Hopkins, Branclner, Brown, Tharnstrom, Briggs, Rhoads, Edwards, Bohn, Frease, McGuire, Daeschncr Xi Phi The purpose of Xi Phi, honorary leadership fraternity, is two fold: It promotes and instigates worthwhile activities on the campus, and it donates its services at various school affairs. The Student Directory is one of its valuable contributions. During the Music Festival and State Band Meet, Xi Phi sponsors an information table in the rotunda of Plumb Hall, This year they contributed greatly in the drive to put the Sunflower on the activity ticket. Xi Phi was formed in 1922 by a group of students who had been working on the Student Memorial Union drive which resulted in the erection of the building. Edwin J. Brown, sponsor of Xi Phi, was the captain of the activities and drive for the Student Union. The organization observes its birthday in May each year with a dinner and the Anniversary Ball. This is the fifteenth year since the Xi Phi leadership fraternity was formed. Membership is restricted to those juniors and seniors who have exceptional leadership ability and a scholastic average of "C" or above. The membership this year includes: Helen Briggs, presidentg Maryam Brooksg Jack Bellg William Marting Lowell Brandnerg Byron Eshelmang Marion Bohng Wilbur Daeschnerg Ronald Hopkinsg Dolly Tharnstromg Cecil Rhoadsg Richard Mawdsleyg Edna Louise Turnerg Margaret Abildgaardg Paul Edwardsg Forrest Freaseg Doris Mc- Guircg Everett Fullerg Maxine Lewisg Bill Starkeyg Delores Honer. l THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 6 gy , If 1 :Q N 2? - - I: ly' , ,,, . ..::-..... . . 52355 WN fflfiw 5 NEWJ 1 mx , . wif 1 X we ,. 3, f ' ASQ :W Q Q 5 film 3' ya Q V i 'S 5' 'FQ L 93 .. XT 5353 gg, 25253953 , K , " 1 5 4 5 4 W5 QW 9 0-YA ,gg Q5 22 253, gs 'Eng 45 V si A 412225 gy K Qs V 35? Q , Q, 3252 Big is if gem Og Q wg ig Q RSE Si? 9 E sf QQ '82 I Q 22 E LQ :ik '2 499 ksvsspii M3359 3,355 'im A S 1 Z4 wife QNX V9 V Q kv? wi? 43 z 9,9 1 A 'Q 'N S , gy 4 32 i Q, 2 , , 1' T he "C'c1II" of C'c11'ee1' W S SENIGRS ABTLDGAARD, MARGARET JO .,,,,,.,.. Oxford Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pres.: Gilson Players: Xi Phi: Student Council ALBRIGHT, ELDON VERNON .. Pretty Prairie Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Pres.: K Club: His- tory and Government Club: Industrial Arts Club! Football ALLSBURY, CARL ..,,,,...,,,,.,.Y,,,,..,,, Blue M0u11.d Industrial Arts Club: Latin Club: Science Club: Y. M. C. A.: Mu Epsilon Nu: Band: Track AMES, ARTHUR E. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,..,,...,,,.... Emporia History and Government Club: Mathematics Club ANDERSON, AUDREY ALDINA ,,,, Osage City Kappa Mu Epsilon: Winnetaska: Alphathen- ian Literary Society: Latin Club: Commerce Club ANDERSON, CARROL .,iY.lY,....,,. .YVY D T42-9114271 Y. M. C. A.: Track: Band ANDERSON, HOWARD J. .f-,,AYY----.A--f,,YYY Ellfekll Sigma Tau Gamma: Mathematics Club: Commerce Club: Men's Glee Club: Chorus ANDERSON, VICTOR CRAIG ,,........ Americas Commerce Club: History and Government Club: Mu Epsilon Nu APPEL, ETHELYN ALBERTA Y...YY,,.... Bushton Treble Clef Club: Women's Glee Club: Sym- phonic Chorus: Y. W. C. A.: Sphinx Club AULT, VIRGINIA .,.,,,,,....,,....,,,,..Y,,,,,,,,Y,, MadiSf1l! French Club: Mathematics Club: Emma Gridley Art Club: Band: German Club: Delta Sigma Epsilon BACON, WILLIAM ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,....,,,... Emporia Agricultural Club: History and Government Club: Spanish Club: Latin Club: Collegiate 4H Club: Bulletin Staff BAIRD, KENNETH GORDON ..,,,,,Y Dodge City Phi Sigma Epsilon: Basketball: Football: K Club, Pres.: Inter-Faternity Council BAKER, GEORGIA BELLE ,...,,,,,,....,,..,. Ashland Sphinx Club: Omega Literary Society: Y. W. C. A.: Kappa Delta Pi BANTZ, CLINTON ,,.....,.,....,...........,......... Nelllidfl Phi Sigma Epsilon: Track: Football BELL, WILLIAM JACKSON ...:YY..YYY... NOTCUJILT Xi Phi: Kappa Delta Pi: Student Council: Bulletin Editor l42l AFTER FOUR YEARS! BENEDICT, ESTHER ELEANOR ........ Emporia Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Mathe- matics Club: Y. W. C. A.: Omega Literary Society, Sec. BEUCHAT, MELBA LUCILE .............. Hamilton Commexce Club, Sec. and Treas.: Sigma Sigma Sigma. BLAKELY, ROSEMARY ...................... Neodeslia Alphathenian Literary Society: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: History and Government Club: Spanish Club: Art Club: French Club: Win- netaska: Sunflower Board BOHN, MARION ........................................ Climax Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Treas.: Commerce Club: Bulletin: Xi Phi: Y. M. C. A.: Kappa Mu Epsilon BOLINGER, DORIS ..........,...,,.........,....,.., Buckliri Pi Kappa Sigma: Chemistry Club: Home Economics Club, Vice-Pres.: Y. W. C, A.: Kappa Delta Pi BRANDNER, LOWELL EDWARD .............. Leoti Kappa Sigma Epsilon: Xi Phi: History and Government Club: Y. M. C. A.: Bulletin Editor BRICKELL, ALBERTA RILL ,....,,,...... Florence Pi Kappa Sigma: Sphinx, Pres.: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: History and Government Club: Kappa Delta Pi BRIGGS, HELEN .......................,.................... Utica Xi Phi, Pres.: Winnetaska: Omega Literary Society: Kappa Delta Pi BRIGGS, VIRGINIA LOIS .................. Syracuse Alpha Sigma Tau: Commerce Club: Chorus: Y. W. C. A. BROWN, HENRY .......................................... Miller Mu Epsilon Nu: History and Government Club: Industrial Arts Club: Y. M. C. A. BRYAN, LOREN ALDRO ........................ Emporia Chemistry Club, Pres.: Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pres.: German Club: Mathematics Club CARR, MASON BRUCE .......................... Emporia Phi Delta Chi. Treas.: Geography Club, Sec.: Commerce Club CHENEY, RUTH KATHLEEN .. Independence Alpha Sigma Alpha: Pan-Hellenic: Library Club: Y. W. C. A.: Kappa Delta Pi CLEAVER, CHARLES LA PORTE ,..... Emporia Chi: Band: Orchestra: Woodwind Mu Psi Quintet: Men's Glee Club: Symphonic Chorus COLTON, JAMES LEO ................... a ......... Glasco Phi Sigma Epsilon: Latin Club THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 ARILDIQAARID Al.BIiILiH'l' ALLSIZTJIIY AME? ANDERSON. A. ANDERSON, C. AXDXiKSOYk II. ANIIPIHFON. V APPISL AULT BACON ISAKHIL HANTZ BELL UENISIJICT BliL'ClIAT v ISOHN IiUl.I,INlLE+IK YSRANIDNIKIL BRICK BROWX BRYAN CARR 1THhX ELI, E Y BRIGGS. H , CLIQAYEH BAIRD BLAKELY BRIGGS, V. MOLTON 4 , .,,-, s si wif' 39 xv 5:55555 Q f fav 1 igzgwx vw? :sm 2. 3, fx V V 'sf va ne. Q sewn? x QMS? W? 2 Q- s. 2, 23 'BSUQ Q12 :. s 465 . me w 'Q as Q12 S awww ,Q Q: as 12221 Qfizaufwl Q-:wi Z WY wi 3 , V24 1 K -SW 53329 3:5 56 12332 WW 3. -W ewes :nf SS E Q ii Q3 we sjx 1 age s Sm . . fs ,T ,, MQSQQSZ 4" WH 9 YQ '- 98 Q .. 6,5 'Awkw- 5. sf ,fn V is 4. Q Q 39 91,2925 : V: Q ,gg 2 ws-M gifs fig, ,Sm 5 X T ff. av? 9 M355 QW wa Q ,iw N2 Q Q? Q Q f QM, 6 A 3 M2 9 Q :ii 9 Q -Q 49 Q Q , I s 4 2 N iw M 9 iv S f A CONSIDINE, ANNA MARGARET ,,,, . Halstead Y. W. C. A., Alphathenian Literary Society, History and Government Club, Winnetaska COOPER, CHARLES V. ,,,,,A,... Maclcsville Industrial Arts Club, Mathematics Club CUNNINGI-IAM,, ARLEIGH ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,... Emporia Spanish Club, Industrial Arts Club, History and Government Club DAESCHNER, RICHARD WILBUR ., Emporia Gilson Players, Pi Kappa Delta, Vice-Pres., Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Student Council, Pres.: Student Legislature, Xi Phi DAILY. VIRGINIA LEE ,,s,,, ,,,s, . . Haviland Chorus, Y. W. C. A., Winnetaska, Women's Glee Club, Symphonic Chorus DANIEL, PAUL D. ,,,, ,,,,, . .. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, D e7lTLiSO7L Industrial Arts Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Y. M. C. A. DAVIDSON. NOLA ....... .... .................... E 1 nporm Art Club, Alice Freeman Palmer DAVIS, GERALDINE ERMA .,.. Arkansas City Alpha Sigma Alpha DEAL. LA VERNE ,,,..,.,,... ..... .,....Y... ,.... S ll w yer German Club, Biology Club, Chemistry Club, Mu Epsilon Nu DRAKE, KATHRYN RUTH .,,,... Englewood Winnetaska, Treas., Alice Freeman Palmer. Vice-Pres., Y. W, C. A. Cabinet, French Club, Library Science Club, W. A. A. DRAKE. LOUISE .... .... ...... .... .... E n g Z ewood Alice Freeman Palmer: Winnetaska, Pri- mary-Kindergarten Club. Vice-Pres., Y. W. C. A., Kappa Delta Pi EDWARDS. PAUL WENDELL ...... .... E mporia Y. M. C, A., Vice-Pres., Head Cheerleader, Tennis ELLIS, CLARICE ........... ..... K ingsdown ELLIS, DORIS IRENE ..... - ............... Manhattan Delta Sigma Epsilon, History and Govern- ment Club, Geography Club ESHELMAN, BYRON .. ...................... ..... W ichita Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Vice-Pres., Pi Kappa Delta, Bulletin Board, Xi Phi, Business Manager Bulletin i 1441 CHRISTMAS DANCERS. FANSLER, NEVA MAXINE ,..... . Independence Winnetaska, History and Government Club, Women's Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Sym- phonic Chorus FARR, GERALDINE .... .,,. ....,....,,, ....,..... E 1 1 LZIOTTCL French Club, Pres., Splash Club, Omega Literary Society, Kappa Delta Pi, Spanish Club FLY, ELBERT M, ,,....,,. ,,,.. .,,,, ......,.,,,...,, W i C hit!! Mu Psi Chi, Orchestra, Men's Glee Club, Symphonic Chorus, Kappa Delta Pi FORBECK, VIRGINIA WELCH .,... ..,, E mporia Alice Freeman Palmer, History and Govern- ment Club, Y. W. C. A., Winnetaska, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon FOWLER, HELEN ANN .................. Hutchinson Library Club, Y. W. C. A. -1'?H'!"U"9P35 sqfjq gpg:--fi. A11 WWJLQU' FOX, RUDOLPH .... ....... ............................. N e wfon Men's Glee Club, Symphonic Chorus, Com- merce Club, Industrial Arts Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon FREASE, FORREST WILLARD .....,........ Lakin Xi Phi, Sec., Student Council, Vice-Pres., History and Government Club, French Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Kappa Delta Pi FURMAN, BETTY ....... ............................ E mporia Sigma Pi Sigma, Sec. GARRETT, MILDRED LOLA ............ Neodesltn W. A. A., Pres., Physical Education Club, Rhythmic Circle, Alphathenian Literary Society, Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha Sigma Alpha GILSON, GARETH FRANKLIN ...... .. Emporia Gilson Players, Phi Delta Chi GOFF, RICHARD ...................................... Buckliil Kappa Delta Pi GOOCH, PAUL HENRY ...... Yates Center Football, Latin Club, History and Govern- ment Club, Industrial Arts Club GREEN, GWENDOLYN L. .......... ......... M ankata Winnetaska, Sec., Omega Literary Society, Library Club, Y. W. C. A. GREGORY, WILLIAM RAYMOND ................ Kansas City, Kansas Football, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, History and Government Club, Tennis GUILFOIL, EUNICE BLANCHE ...... Eskridge Splash Club, W. A. A., Delta Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon, French Club THE UNFLGWER . . 1937 CONSHJINE COOPER CUNNINGHAM DAESLfI'INl-Ili DAILY UANUCI, DAVIUSUN DAVIS DEAL DRAKE, K. DRAKE. l.. EDU AHUS ELLIS, C. ELLIS, D. ESI-IIZILNIAN FANSLICII FAKK FLY FORIHGCK P'OWl.PIR FOX FLIIQASIG FKYIZNAN GA IIICHTI' GHSON UOFI' G00 ' C KICITN ?vL,1z9iLfM dwffwf ' Qlillxiav W 4ZI'H,I-'0II. , -ami afauvtvvwxiblf up ufvxl 2 1- fw Q we mm N152 WWE? xg: f f msn 5 if ww sie NK Kwik W ss 95935 'kwa we ww Nw, Wise im Qs 1 4 sq wifi Q QXA was wwf' em-N sr Msn fs in -as AQ Q Q 4. M55 W my Q was WQ3 QQ 4' 35 sw yy 3 N, x 'B' Nz 964: Y 25 , 2 1 Wk 2 NSW 'Q gy A Z A Wy, 2 6. KX ' :Wm ff iw 11,5214 4. sd? Y .gf f ix? V2 Qs "3 j- az Q 1 " . V 'X .:. X 9-Ex e. 1: if sgif A P A :gs ' 5- Q is , j tm Q T Wffa isis SW E UK! A . 4 Q fp X if HAINLINE, ROBERT .. ..,..Y. .,.,..,,....,,,,,,,, E niporia Industrial Arts Club: Biology Club: Agri- culture Club HALDEMAN, LYDA BERYL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,...l,, Kansas City, Kansas Band: Orchestra: Brass Quartet: W. A. A.: Physical Education Club: Y. W. C. A.: Splash Club HEFTY, RUSSELL .,.....,....,.,,.,Y,.,Y,YY Valle Falls y Agriculture Club: Y. M. C. A. HEINTZ, EVELYN MARJORIE ............ Elkhart Alpha Sigma Tau: Pan-Hellenic HENDERSON, MYRTLE PARALIE .. Anthony Primary-Kindergarten Club: Spanish Club: Y. W. C. A. HERRMAN, LYNDON W. ........................ Eureka Mu Epsilon Nu: History and Government Club: Science Club HEYL, EVERETT ANTHONY ............ Berryton Commerce Club: History and Government Club: Mu Epsilon Nu HILDYARD, ARTHUR THOMAS .... Nickerson Mu Epsilon Nu: Industrial Arts Club: Chorus: Men's Glee Club: Symphonic Chorus HOFFMAN, PAUL G. .......................... La Crosse Industrial Arts Club: Education Club HOLLAND, MARGARET MARCELLA .......... Hutchinson Commerce Club: Sigma Sigma Sigma HOPKINS, RONALD .................... Williamsburg Xi Phi, Vice-Pres.: Gilson Players: Phi Delta Chi HUGHES, MARTHA EVELYN .............. Emporia Winnetaska: Home Economics Club: Chem- istry Club JENT, CLAY .............................................. Emporia Orchestra: Band Chorus: Kappa Sigma Epsilon JOBE, EDITH ................................ Arkansas City Alpha Sigma Tau: Orchestra: Alice Free- man Palmer: Sunflower Staff JOERG, ADRIANNE ........... - ................... Randall Geography Club: History and Government Club: Y. W, C. A. l46l ENROLLMENT! Topeka JOHNSMEYER, EARL ..........................l.. Latin Club: Commerce Nu: Y. M. C. A, Club: Mu Epsilon JORDAN, WILSON OWEN ..... - ............... Grenola Sigma Tau Gamma: Pi Kappa Delta: Geography Club, Pres.: Commerce Club: Kappa Delta Pi KAYSER. NELLIE LEE ........................ Stafford Delta Sigma Epsilon: Glee Club, W0men's: Orchestra: Chorus: Gilson Players: Sphinx Club KEARNEY, MAXINE ...... Kansas City, Kansas History and Government Club: Spanish Club: Y. W. C. A. KELL, DORIS ALYNE .......................... Deerfield Delta Sigma Epsilon: Chorus KELLY, MARJORIE ISABEL .. St. Joseph, Mo. Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pres.: Sphinx Club: Literary Club: Pan-Hellenic Council KING, LEICESTER THOMAS ............ Emporia Industrial Arts Club: Mu Epsilon Nu KJELLIN, ALICE MARIE .... .... , .... G arrison Kappa Delta Pi KNORP, WILLIAM DALE .................. Hazelton Mu Epsilon Nu: History and Government Club: Commerce Club KOCH. DARLIENE LA VERNE ........ Fredonia Alice Freeman Palmer, Pres.: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet KREADY, GLENN LEROY ..l................. Abilene Phi Delta Chi: Inter-Fraternity, Sec. and Treas.: Chemistry Club: Symphonic Chorus: Men's Glee Club, Business Manager KUHNS, EVA ELVENA ............................ Topeka Alice Freeman Palmer: History and Govern- ment Club: Y. W. C. A. LANCASTER, LOLA MAY ........................ Liberal Chorus: Women's Glee Club: Symphonic Chorus: Band: Woodwind Quintet LANYON, NORMA KATHERINE ........ Emporia History and Government Club: Primary- Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A.: Winne- taska: Emma Gridley Art Club LEWIN, AGNES .......................................... Admire Latin Club: Geography Club: Alphathenian Literary Society THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 HAINLINE HALDEBIAN HEFTY HISINTZ HICNDERNUX Ill-IIIIKMAN HICYL HILIIYARD HUF!-'MAN HOLLAND HOPKINS lil QIIHQS 1 .H-INT JHHE1 JOICHG JOIINSMIQYISR JORDAN KAX Sli!! IQICARNI-TY KICLI. Ii1+II.l.Y KING K.IIII,I.IN ii WHL? IQAIVH IQIHCAUY KVHNK I LANl'AVI'I'IR IANYUN HEWIY l X 55 sk 3552535 f47l qv x iw Q .v bw ,y N ao, we amg A sv 359 sew Q few 5 Vs 6. N522 ewg vm. 2653 .J Am Q We AQ? my 5 ww fskvgil 'mfxk Q KN QW YS? wi A mm S-we Q gb as Q QW an SRT, item wif My ' Nw sw, ws W X s mi? M 3 P52 3+ x j i wig' 4: 'ci . wg? 23 ' 3 -3 :In ,. 2 .iff 5515? ff-59' 521 ' ,...:...,,. :N j f , -Q 3? Q5 2 Z4 . :.:5 55939 I f:.,. 2 ,2- ' X jf : :sa W,- . .ma Q 1 ' , .... 9: mfg gsgbfm if Wal? 2:5553 2 Osssgf : ----f N ew 'ff fi? my 3 Ss' ': . 4. ., n g E LEWIS, LYLE ,,,, ,.,YY E mporia LOCKARD, GENE K. ,,,,,,,,,. - YYYY E7lL100TiCL LOOMIS, VERNON LEROY YY.. YYYY YYYY E 1 nporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Vice-Pres., Inter- Fraternity Council, Publicity Chr., Com- merce Club, Pres. LYON, WAYNE IVAN . ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Admire Industrial Arts Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Men's Glee Club MCCLANAHAN, BERTHA HELEN ,,YY,, Sabetha Y. W, C. A., Geography Club, Primary- Kindergarten Club, W. A. A. McCLURE, OREN FRENCH . ......... .... K ingmfm Symphonic Chorus Orchestra, Band, Men's Glee Club, Mu Psi Chi McKALE, FRANCES RUTH ....... ...... G arnett Y. W. C. A., Sec, Alice Freeman Palmer, Sec., French Club, Omega Literary Society, Latin Club, German Club, Winnetaska MCGUIRE, DORIS GENEVIEVE ........ Emporia Pi Kappa Delta, Xi Phi MEATS. ROBERT ROWE ..... .... LeRoy Phi Sigma Epsilon MILLER, DOLORES DOROTHY .,....., Scandia. Delta Sigma Epsilon, Primary-Kindergarten Club MILLER. MARGARET JEAN , ............. Toronto Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. W. C. A. MINAKER, JESSIE HELEN .. Detroit, Michigan Alice Freeman Palmer, Library Club, Y. W. C. A. MOSSMAN, VIRGIL ...... ...,,, P olwin NOLL, DOROTHY Florence Physical Education Club, Rhythmic Circle, Winnetaska, W. A. A., Kappa Delta Pi NYE, DANIEL CREVISTON .............. Sallyards Commerce Club, Sigma Tau Gamma, Treas. l48l A LAB CLASS. OZENBERGER, DOROTHY LEIGH .. Emporia Alphathenian Literary Society, Theta Sigma Upsilon, Pres, Pan-Hellenic Council, French Club, Library Club PARKER, CLARK T. ...... ....................4. E mporifz Phi Sigma Epsilon, Chemistry Club, Biology Club, History and Government Club, French Club PEACOCK, LUCRETIA , .. ., .... ............,. E lklL!l1't Alpha Sigma Tau, Y. W. C. A. PETERS, ELIZABETH CATHERINE.. Emporia Alice Freeman Palmer, History and Gov- ernment Club, French Club, Latin Club, Omega Literary Society, Kappa Delta Pi PHOENIX, NILA ELYSE ...................... Emporia Art Club, Collegiate Club, Y. W. C. A., Primary-Kindergarten Club PLUMLEY, LENA .... ..................... A rkansas City Sphinx Club, Winnetaska, Chorus, Glee Club, Treble Clef Club, Xi Phi REED, MARY HELEN .... Kansas City, Kansas Orchestra, Chorus, Mathematics Club, Phi Mu Gamma REEBLE, BERNARD ............... ......... ...... E 1 nporia Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club, Kappa Delta Pi REEBLE, LOIS KATHRYN .. .............. Emporia Emma Gridley Art Club, Sec. RICKLEFS, NADENE EVOLA .... .... H iawatlw RICHARD, VIRGINIA PEARL ....... . Partridge Alice Freeman Palmer. Pres, Home Eco- nomics Club, Sec., Y. W. C. A., Winnetaska, Library Club . RICE, BARBARA ESTHER ., ,,,..,,.,,,,... Emporia Y. W. C A., Geography Club ROYER. HAROLD LEROY ...... .... ...... M 0 will Clubl Commerce Mu Epsilon Nu, Latin Club: History and Government Club, Geography Club, Men's Glue Club, Chorus SAFERITE. ELWYN . . .... Neoslto Falls Industrial Arts Club, Y. M, C. A. SARRACINO, JOE ........ ..... . . ........ Neodesha Commerce Club, Vice-Pres., History and Government Club, Mathematics Club 551cLTLL'HE NRKAII' Nchl IE XII 'A NIHIFR D NHIIFR 'XI WYNXKER 'VTONSM AN INYP OLP ISFRQ ILR IALKLR PHACOCK x xi IM V RU! LUX! i S I M I SARICAVINO SAN ROMANI, ARCHIE .. ,,,,, .. FTO1lf97lflC Latin Club: Band: Orchestra: Track SCOUTEN. VELVA E. ,,,...,,.,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, R Llndllll Sphinx Club: Y. W. C. A.: Chorus SELANDERS, BONNIE MAE .... Westphalia Latin Club: Consul: Sphinx Club: History and Government Club: Kappa Delta Pi: Commerce Club Sl-IEFFIELD, JESSIE LUCILLE ............ Topeka Alice Freeman Palmer, Historian: Primary- Kindergarten Club: Emma Gridley Art Club: Y. W. C. A. SHEELEY, ALINE .. ..... , .................. Emporia Home Economics Club: Chorus SHEPARD. EUGENE ....................... .... C lwnule SHERRARD, DORIS . ................. N ............ Beloit Delta Sigma Epsilon: Sigma Pi Sigma: Splash Club: French Club: Rhythmic Circle: W. A. A. SHIPLEY, HANA PEARL .... Wilburton Phi Mu Gamma SHIPP. PAULINE JURIAH .... .................. A Ima Morse Hall Annex, Pres.: Kappa Delta Pi, Historian: Y. W. C. A.: Omega Literary Society: French Club: Library Club SIBREL, HARVEY MARTIN . .....,........ Malvern Phi Sigma Epsilon: Mathematics Club: German Club: Spanish Club: Science Club SMITH, KENNETH ............... ...... ............ S 8 TLGCCL Industrial Arts Club: K Club: Football: Track: Mu Epsilon Nu SMITH, MELVINA MAE ......... Caldwell Y. W. C. A.: Winnetaska SODEN, CARL .. .............. ..........,...... ..... C f iney Phi Sigma Epsilon SPRINGFELDT, VERA PAULINE ...... Lorraine Y. W. C. A.: Spanish Club STARKEY, WILLIAM FREDERICK .......... Cottonwood Falls Phi Sigma Epsilon: K Club: Football: Latin Club: xi Phi SWARD, MARGARET ...... .. ....... .......... A tchison Alphathenian Literary Society: History and Government Club SWANSON, HUBERT CLARENCE .. Osage City Commerce Club: Geography Club: French Club: Mu Epsilon Nu SYMES, LOUISE MARY ........................ Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pres.: Pan-Hellenic, Treas. l50l if S ...- ,ff fo A ...T V l ,gg ,'Z.' I ng' . Q Q . , NM P' , .m f WELCOME HOME, ARCHIE! TANNER, ALTA .... . ......... ......... .,.... E l Dorado Sigma Sigma Sigma: Primary-Kindergarten Club TEEL, HELEN LOUISE ...................... Alta Vistll THARNSTROM, DOLLIE AGDA ...... . .......... .. Chicago, Illinois Phi Mu Gamma: Xi Phi: French Club: Spanish Club: Pi Kappa Delta: Omega Literary Society: Kappa Delta Pi THOMAS, HERMAN .,,... .....,..... ........ E 1 nporia Commerce Club: History and Government Club: Mu Epsilon Nu THOMAS, MELVA MARIE .. ....... Burlington History and Government Club: Mathematics Club: Chorus THOMPSON, Geography Club: Y. W. C. A. MARY JANE ............ Hutchinson Home Economics Club: History MABEL ...... ........... J unction City TRUESDELL, Latin Club: and Government Club: Y. W, C. A.: Win- netaska TUGGLE, CURRAN DENNIS .......... Scott City Phi Delta Chi, Vice-Pres.: K Club. Sec.: Latin Club: Industrial Arts Club: History and Government Club: Men's Glee Club, Sec.: Tennis VEST, FENTON ............................ Pretty Prairie Band: Orchestra: Chorus: Mu Epsilon Nu VIGNERON, WINIFRED MARIE .. Osage City Alpha Sigma Tau, Treas.: French Club: Commerce Club VINT, DOROTHY OLIVE ......... ...... G len Elder Splash Club: Latin Club: History and Gov- ernment Club: Y. W. C. A. WAGNER, ERNA MAURINE ................ Emporia Omega Literary Society, Historian: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Chemistry Club: Splash Club WALTERS, MIRIAM THEODORA .,,........,,... Pocatello, Idaho Alpha Sigma Tau: Symphonic Chorus: Women's Glee Club: Piano Trio: Orchestra WHARTON, LA VERNA ...................... Fredonia Alice Freeman Palmer: History and Gov- ernment Club: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Pi Kappa Delta: Y. W. C. A.: Student Council WILLIAMS, NORMA GAIL .................. Emporia Winnetaska: History and Government Club WOOD, CLARENCE ROBERT .......... McPherson Industrial Arts Club: Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Sec.: Sunflower Staff: Football WOODMANSEE, MARGARET MARY .. Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Social Treas.: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Omega Literary Society: Mathematics Club: Kappa Delta Pi YOUNG, LOYDE ....... ................ C onway Springs Band: Orchestra: Latin Club THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 SAN ROMANI SCOUTEX SELANDERS SHEi"l"Il-ZLIJ SHI PII X XHI P XRD Q'- SMITII, K. - SMITH, M. 5 5 SHERRARD SHIPLEY SHIP? SH RL! 'Ga SUDEN SPRINGFELDT STAIKKEY SW ARD NWANSON SYM!-ZS TANNER TEEL Til.-X11NS'I'!iUM THUMAS THOMAS THOMPSON 'imy 1. A b Q -l' 4 .:,-A GN M ' ai - . if kk.k, , yi l TRUESDELL TUGGLE VEST vmxnzuox vim' 'wx WAGNER WALTERS WHARTON W ILLLAMS WOOD WUQD31 ANSEE YOUNG ai.-A, N ' R? 'ii :way 1-fi in :.: : 3 -: Y f::::-3:53:55 1:53 's ,. is SI gf, S Q EW gs SQ : :.s5::. ' ,gsm ES l H -I V Q aff? gig: X5 65 . sk, f? iw 335 , ,, ss Q :ft Q QW? MQ? 3 E5 2 5 15 rw 223, , '5 3 E 5255? E sg 2 gg., , Qs'- Qazsfifii wi? gs 2 if , E252 Q ,4 ,J 551,35 S2 E yew 3 in .Qi 35523 ini' 35' me 'GW . ' ' 'iii ' we 225 1 ' f gg 5521 Ei Ei 5 I 542 3522 ii gg Q 53553 Q 9-5 e 3 5 55 wi ESQ? QA Q EW? F fi lm ,, ww 2? Q Q Q ' IS The Bulletin Zl Lowell Brandner Jack Bell The official newspaper of the Kansas State Teachers College is The Bulletin, which is published semi-Weekly. Jack Bell is editor of the Tuesday editiong Lowell Brandner, the Friday edition. The copy for The Bulletin is furnished by members of the Newspaper English classes. Students in the first course write the news stories and the students in the advanced class write the editorials and feature articles. Byron Eshelman and Linus Austin are the business managers of The Bulletin. THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 IN The Bulletin has been the of- ficial student publication of the Kansas State Teachers College since September 10, 1901. It became a semi-weekly paper in 1923, Tuesday and Friday being the days set for publication. The make-up of the editorial page was changed this yearg and improvements were made in the types of articles appearing in the paper. George Phillips is the faculty sponsor of The Bulletin. 3 WHY? Laxf Minulr' Slorics The Buxiufxs Muzzagcrs Cbrck Up Through lhc lfoldw' Ab! The Bullclin 53 E541 The Sunflowez' The Sunflower is the annual publication of the Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia. lt is the wish of the staff that in this book the students may find many pleasant memories and reflections of collegiate life. This is the twenty-seventh Sunflower but the thirty-ninth year- book in the history of the school, the first annuals being published under a different name, The Ko-dak. To the members of the staff who have devoted their time and efforts towards the success of this yearbook, the editor and business manager express their sincere appreciation. To George Phillips, faculty adviser, the staff feels indebted for assistance and guidance. THE STAFF Editor ,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,rr,,,, .,,..,,,,,,, ,,,,, , . , .. ,,,. William Martin, Jr. Business Manager ,,,,,,,,,,,,. , ,,,.. U ,,,, Ruth Stone Assistant Editor , ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , ,, Warren Pyle Assistant Business Manager ,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,. , ,. Marion Bohn Senior Class Editor ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , .,,,, R osemary Blakely Junior Class Editor ,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,....,,,,.,,, P hil Gould Sophomore Class Editor ,,,,,,t ,,,,,,,, E lizaberh Bennett Freshman Class Editor ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, M axine Vanderhoff Sports Editor ....,, . ,,,.,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,, C larence Wood Music Editor ,,,,.. . ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,, R ichard Childers Society Editor .,t,. ,. ..,,,,, .,,,,,,, E laine Kollins Departmental Editor . Feature Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Photographer , ...,, Edith Jobe ,, i Betty Cremer Jim McKim THE UNFLGWER . . 1937 TM' Bnximnw Mumzgur' Sullx 41 Bunk A cjbll-fl'l'l'7It'l' will? flu' ,'xtflf.H'7' A Glimjm' of Ihr' Dark Room Thu Eflilm' Cmifurx wilfo bib Axsishrllt Rvarling Proof Rczuling More Proof 5 .X , , ' 2' iz.- f ' -.1 :::. M623 - 'E 652 30 3? 9132, ' g 55 , Wi is 'F JQQ' , 'wi S' 3? SEQ gfmx-QI 2531552 f 129' .Z Q .lf SS? QNTQ 2 :V x A Q 'Sin' ' X535 .5 , 'Q NN 1 1 QS? fs X Q 3 5 zzw, .?ZI:"4::lY1:. xg . 2 156 FIZIQDING Thlll PRESS Paul Anderson, Leon Smith, Lawrence Palmrnzse OPERATING Tltlli LlNOTYl'li Custer Carpenter, llomer Bush CHECKING TI-Ili BOOKS Paul Dobbs, Manager The P1'i11tSl1op From a meager beginning in 1911, the Print Shop has grown to the point where it now prints more than a million tests a year, two thousand and five hundred copies of The Bulletin twice each week, two thousand copies of The Alumni News four times a year, and many programs and folders which can not be printed by the state printer in Topeka. The Print Shop derives its revenue from printing the college periodicals and tests, and receives no support from the SELICC. It really is a private printing plant, operated by the institution for the benefit of student publications and the other activities which require printing. Located in the east end of the basement floor of the Administration Building, the shop is convenient to the student publications and its other allied enterprises. THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 The "Call" of the Gridiron 1 2 71 8 SENIOR L1fTTl2RlNlIiN Eldon Albright, Paul Daniel. Paul Gooch, Xvilliam Gregory Rowe Meats, Kenneth Smith, Frederick "Bil1', Starkey, Clarence Xlfood The Season An unexpected defeat at the hands of the Pittsburg Teachers Thanks- giving Day turned a highly successful season into one only slightly better than average for the Hornet grid team. The Hornets finished in third place in the conference. Four wins and two losses in their non-conference games gave them a seasonal total of six wins and four losses. Disappointed over the failure to return to school of several promising men from last year's squad, Coach F. G. XVelch-assisted by Paul Kutnink, Everett "Gus" Fish, and Pat Haggarty, freshman coach-began to build up a somewhat green team, basing his offense on his famous lateral-pass attack. Returning to the squad were such veterans as co-captains John Strube and Bill Starkey, Harry Kline, Paul Gooch, Cecil Rhoads, Dick Mawdsley, James King, and Kenneth Smith. From last year's reserves, Welch took Lindell Petty, Wlendell Goldsmith, Harry Parker, Rowe Meats, Clarence Wood, Charles Lett, Paul Daniels, Bill Gregory, Eldon Albright, John Schartz and others and moulded them into a fine squad. In dire need of a hefty tackle, Wfelch selected "Towering Tony" Lohkamp, 270-pound fresh- man. The entire squad helped beat McPherson in the season opener, 20-7, but unfortunate circumstances began to descend on the Hornets the next week. TI-IE UNFLOWER . . 1937 GRIDIRON ACTION Pwlfy Srrzlvx uf Wir'bif41 FIllIlI71l'X AVL' Czlxily Tbdllk.Ygil'il1g' Day .Al HflI'lIl'f Guin Against Piflxfnzrg Alll1fbK'V' T!1ll!'bl101L'II Aguius! Haskell With Kutnink as boss, the Hornets traveled to Edmond, Okla., where, on a field soaked with three inches of rain, they held the Central Oklahoma Teachers to a 6-0 score. Again injuries took their toll, but this time it was a number of serious lime burns, suffered throughout the game, that made the outlook dismal. Also, Lohkamp broke his nose badly and was forced to wear a special headgear the rest of the season. Leaving more first stringers at home, the Welchmen went to Atchison the next week. After keeping the score close the first half, they weakened and lost to a fine St. Benedict's team 27-7. Then came the Washburn game where the Hornets found their stride. Doped to lose, they shoved the heavier lchabods all over the field and then shook Petty loose for a 73-yard run which gave them a 14-7 decision. The Southwestern Moundbuilders met the Teachers in Hornetville for the first home game and the first conference game of the season. More than that, the Student Council made that day Homecoming, and the Greeks decorated their houses in high-class fashion. During the game, the Hornets turned on the power. Featuring Petty with his long jaunts, coupled with the tricky Wfelch attack, the black and gold hoved across five touchdowns. Late in the game Southwestern tallied twice. On home territory again the following week, the Welchmen, now going strong, routed the Haskell Redskins 41-0. By this time the Hornets were rapidly gaining favor as conference champions. Only the strong Fort Hays State Tigers were in the way. E591 -ta c. A an We .fm W2 Wk --, T011 Rau'-"Sonny" Soden, Guy Astlc, Steve Horcsko, Glenn Meredith, Clarence Sylvester, Kirk Austin Lloyd Thomas, Cleo Fanning, W'illiam Gregory, Robert Innes, Osmond Herbert, "Pete" Innes, Brute Anderson, and Eugene Carroll. Mirhffe Row-Line Coach Paul Kutnink, Rowe Meats, Eldon Albright, Clarence Wfood, Charles Shull Paul Gccch, XVillard Burns, Kenneth Baird, Bill Sipcs, LeRoy Harper, Harry Parker, Paul Daniel Lindell Petty, and Coach F. G. Welcli, 1'il'0lIf Roux-Richard Mawdsley, john Shartv, Wendell Goldsmith, Kenneth Smith, Harry Kline, Anthony F601 Lchkamp, "Bill" Starkey, john Strube, Cecil Rhoads, Charles Lett, and James King. After a hard game, however, the Tigers, featuring the tricky Reigle, won by a 15-7 count. Emporia was the only conference team that scored on the Tigers, although the Hays team was beaten by Kansas State and later by St. Benedicfs. With the entire squad ready for action, the Hornets were set for the strong Superior, Wis., Teachers. The Yellowjackets, two-year champions of the XVisconsin Teachers College conference, brought a smooth-working machine to Emporia, but the Hornets were "right" Before a crowd of only S00 in near-zero weather, the Welchmen used many lateral-passes and ran up a 26-7 score. At NVichita, the Teachers gave the Shocker downtown quarterbacks several headaches by rolling up three touchdowns in the first half. But the Gebertmen came back with a vengeance after the intermission, and the Hornets were fortunate to return home with a 19-13 win. Then, with second place at stake, under a warm sun, before an enthus- iastic Turkey Day crowd, the Hornets fumbled a victory into the laps of the Pittsburg Teachers who played inspired ball throughout. The Hornets won in first downs and yards gained, but seven fumbles recovered at ap- propriate times by alert Cworillas told the story. In years past the Hornets have been worse-and better. All in all, it was a better than average season. The Hornets scored 172 points to 121 scored by their ten opponents. Eleven men were lost through graduation, but those remaining should turn in a good season next year to initiate the new stadium. Co-captain John Strube, guard, was placed on the little All-American team by Sport Pictorial magazine, a Smith and Street Publication. Harry Kline, generally regarded as the greatest end ever to appear on Stadium Field, was picked on every all-conference and all-state team pub- lished, as was Lindell Petty, 150-pound halfback. Others to appear on various all-star teams were Cecil Rhoads, guard, co-captain Bill Starkey, back, Tony Lohkamp, tackle, Wendell Goldsmith, center, and Dick Mawdsley, back. THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 w E mu-M SCHWM Nealing the Last "Call" Jaqzwf- ,,,,,l,!Qwt 54.07 wmwfpfwu. P . M IUNIORS 6 ACKER, MARY .7.., 7,V,,. W ichita ADAMEK, JESSIE ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,....,,..,..... E llswortll. Y. W. C. A.: Splash Club: W. A. A. ADAMS, KATHLEEN ....... ..... A 1'7Cll7L8llS City Mayfield ALEXANDER, RUTH ...................... Winnetaska: French Club: Alice Freeman Palmer: Y. W. C. A. ALLISON. VERA MAE ...................... Cherfyvule Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A. Biology Club: ANDERSON, GRACE ........ Delta Sigma Epsilon Emporia ARMANTROUT. EVELYN . ................ SCON5 City Winnetaska: Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A. AUSTIN, FLORENCE ............ Cottonwood Falls Winnetaska: Geography Club: Commerce Club: History and Government Club: Y. W. C. A. AUSTIN, LINUS .... . ,.... .......................... E mporia History and Government Club: Business Manager Bulletin: Kappa Sigma Epsilon BAIN, THELMA .,..........,........,..............., Emporia Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: Home Economics Club: Winnetaska: Alphathenian Literary Society BALTZ, MARJORIE ................................ Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon: Sigma Pi Sigma BARNETT, OSCAR .... .............................. P afkef BAXTER, AGNES .............................. Dodge City Y. W. C. A.: Geography Club: Winnetaska: Emma Gridley Art Club: Alice Freeman Palmer BENTRUP, CARL .................................. Deerfield German Club, Treas.: Mu Psi Chi, Pres.: Chorus: Glee Club: Band: Madrigalians BERGERHOUSE, CHARLES ................ Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma: Industrial Arts Club BILLS, ADA .. ....... ................................. .......... I 0 la Sigma Pi Sigma: Commerce Club: Winne- taska: Y. W. C. A. BROOKS, MARYAN ..... .......................... A iChiSOTL Alpha Sigma Alpha. Vice-Pres.: Xi Phi: Gilson Players: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet BROWN, JUANITA ....... ........... Emporia l62l HAIL, PEGGY PEDAGOG! BURNAP, MILDRED ............ ................ E mporia Sigma Sigma Sigma: Splash Club: W. A. A.: Rhythmic Circle: Home Economics Club: Physical Education Club BURNS, CLARIS .... ........... .............. G a rden City Phi Sigma Epsilon BUTCHER, MARY LOUISE .................. Emporia Mixed Chorus: Symphonic Chorus: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Madrigalians: Omega Literary Society: Women's Glee Club: French Club BYERS, EVELYN ........................................ Jewell Chorus: Winnetaskai Geography Club: Pri- mary-Kindergarten Club: W. A. A. CLOUGH. LILLIAN ........ .............. A rkansas City Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Symphonic Choir: Treble Clef Club: French Club: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Y. W. C. A. COLEGROVE, ELEANOR ................ Great Bend Phi Mu Gamma, Sec.: Pan-Hellenic Council DAVISON, CLEDA .................................. Baldwin Pi Kappa Sigma: Commerce Club: History and Government Club DEANS, MARY JANE .................................... Alma Delta Sigma Epsilon: Primary-Kindergarten Club DEMOTT, KENNETH .................................... Pratt Phi Sigma Epsilon: K Club: Track: Emma Gridley Art Club: History and Government Club DEWEY. CHARLES ......... .... E mporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon DIGGS, MARY JANE ............................ Emporia Winnetaska: Omega Literary Society: His- tory and Government Club: French Club: Latin Club, Sec.: Kappa Delta Pi DIVER. CHARLENE .......... ........................ .... I 0 la Y. W. C. A. DIVER, RAY BELLE ............... .................... I Ola DOTY, JEAN .............................................. Sm'pU7"M Winnetaska: German Club: Spanish Club: Sphinx Club: Y. W. C. A. DOUGHTY, FRANCES MARY ................ Harper Rhythmic Circle: Home Economics Club: Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A. DOXON, KERMIT .................................. FOTNLOSO DREASHER, WILLIAM ........................ Hartford Geography Club: Mathematics Club: Agri- culture Club: Collegiate 4-H Club: Mu Epsilon Nu: Y. M. C. A, DUNHAM, RALPH ..............................,. El Dorado Sting-Slingers: Spanish Club: Mathematics Club: Mu Epsilon Nu: Y. M. C. A. 9 HW. ,V ff , X of Z :XF iw JV tv' 6 I 9 QA A if 07 X X YE Xin X1 0 x ,P I ff' ,W yo, 'THE UNFLOWER..l937 gy Xxxow QM' r" ffl '26 A Hljqlfg qc Un ann aye WW , V., C' 11 K Wdjl Ixhijbll, A VL? t X00 J .R ADAMEK ADAMS ALEXANDER ALLISON ANDERSON fl! f- wi? ua x5 - w 9,- 0 1, Z F' 5 QQ AmiAN'mou1' AUSTIN, F. AUSTIN, L. mm BALTZ HARNETT V .41 rf? V Q L55 , . ' rf? ' ' ffifz V E ,,'L ' ,A A 1 Sf we 1 9, BAXTER HENTRUP 1zr:1:ur:1:1mL:sx2 311,13 mmmcs ssxum-'N BURNAP BURNS HUTCHER - RY!-IRS CI,OIfLI II D.-xvxsox DEANS ' nHMo'r'f nmvm' lmzus . ., rf, DIVER, R. -M DOTY DOUGHTY DOXON DRHASHER L UUNHAM QT,-Wag,9bf1. amdlm ' 5 QNLNYJL GA? " 'Co rj' 325: ' . F S Qi- TJARLU' - V r NC. 6, 7.4 kwa MMM "xl fl zafd JQAQWJ M1 4M1ff?Mff'M W C"fz'7SXA' 1 .ff , !'Ol,NK5IiUVF ss' Q 5, M. ,Q-.Cc.eLa,-fffglf'-f H-'AIG-,ogy-GQ -I fff 721 l63l EDWARDS, HELEN ... ...,,,,, ,,,,, H amillon Delta Sigma Epsilon EHRLICK, ESTHER ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Marion Winnetaska: Physical Education Club EIKERMANN, HOMER .,YYY,..Y,,,..Y,,,....YYY,.. Fowler German Club, Vice-Pres.: Phi Delta Chi: Chemistry Club EMRIE, RUTH .,,,,, ..,, F Ord Pi Kappa Sigma FEATHERSTON, HAZEL ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 777,,, L yndon Winnetaska: Primary-Kindergarten Club FLATTRE, EMMA JEAN .,YYVY .YYYYYYYVYYVV. L llTlCllSfCT French Club: Winnetaska: Geography Club: Y. W. C. A. FOLTZ, RACHEL ..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,..,. A rkansas City Alice Freeman Palmer: History and Gov- ernment Club FOSTER, KEITH ,,,..... ,,,,,. A nthouy Sigma Tau Gamma FULLER, EVERETT ..YY,.YYY,..YY,,........YVVV.. ,--.YV K i01.UCL History and Government Club, Vice-Pres.: Commerce Club: Mu Epsilon Nu, Pres.: Student Legislature: Student Council: Kappa Delta Pi: Xi Phi GILMAN, MARY YY....,,YVV YYYYYYY.YY----VVf.-.VA.-.Y M adisvn Omega Literary Society: Y. W. C. A. GORMLY, LA FAUN ..................,......... Killgmllfl Alpha Sigma Tau GOSS, LEONA ........................................ 4. Ernzwria Commerce Club: Geography Club GRAY, VIRGIE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i.,,....,i Americus Collegiate 4-H Club: Winnetaska: Splash Club: Chorus: Y. W. C. A. GUFLER, FRITZ .... ................. ...... E 12 wofill Phi Delta Chi GULDE, CARL .,...................................... Americus Pi Kappa Delta: Y. GWINN, ELIZABETH Collegiate 4-H Club: C. A. HARTWIG, ALONZO Sigma Tau Gamma HASKELL, GLADDEN M. C. A. Belle Plaine Commerce Club: Y. W. .... . Home , ...,,...................... ENLIJOTICL Phi Mu Gamma: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: Omega Literary Society: Mixed Chorus: President Student Peace Movement: Kappa Delta Pi l 64 l OVER THE TOP! HATCHER, FLORENCE Bloom HEINTZ, EVELYN . ....,... . Alpha Sigma Tau Elkhart Olpe Y. W. C. A., Treas.: Omega Literary Society: Winnetaska HELLMER, THERESA ......,,,......,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, HENDRICKS, KENNETH ...............,..,....... Kiowa Sigma Tau Gamma: Commerce Club: His- tory and Government Club: Geography Club HERRON. ELLEN ................. ........... .... S p earville Commerce Club: Chorus: Y. W. C. A. HIDALGO, LOUIS ...................... . Neosho Rapids Spanish Club, Pres.: Mu Epsilon Nu: French Club: Latin Club: Y. M. C. A. HILLIARD. MARGARET ............................ Attica Y. W. C. A.: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Women's Glee Club: Chorus: Treble Clef Club HOCH, MERTON .................................... Hartford Kappa Mu Epsilon, Treas. HOCH, ORVILLE . .............,................. Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma: Inter-Fraternity Coun- eil HOLLEMBEAK, HAL ................ Arkansas City Phi Delta Chi: Spanish Club: Basketball HOLMAN, LEON ..........,.............. ........ A Ita Vista French Club: Geography Club: History and Government Club: Mu Epsilon Nu HONER, DELORES .................. ......,...... R obinson Alpha Sigma Tau, Pres.: Pan-Hellenic, Pres.: Y. W. C. A.: Primary-Kindergarten Club: Sorority President's Council: Candidate for Peggy Pedagog: Xi Phi: Kappa Delta Pi HOOVER, MARJORIE ............................ Emporia Latin Club HUCKSTEP, GENEVIEVE .......................... Lewis HUNT, NADINE ..........,..................... Cedar Vale Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice-Pres.: Pan-Hel- lenic: History and Government Club: Y. W. C. A. HUNT, WANDA .................................. Dodge City Pi Kappa Sigma: Symphonic Chorus: Or- chestra: Omega Literary Society: Y. W. C. A. INNES, ROBERT .... ........ ................ K a nsas City Phi Sigma Epsilon: Industrial Arts Club: History and Government Club JACKMAN, ELSIE .....,..,.....,..................... Wichita Primary-Kindergarten Club: Chorus THE " UNFLOWER 1937 - . EDWARIIS I-IlIELl.lI'H EIKICKMANN EAIRIE I"1iA'l'HHRSTON FLATTRE FOLTZ I-'USTER FULLER GILBIAN GUHMLY CUSS GRA Y GUFLER G LLDE UWIN HAHTWIG HASKELL HEINTZ nm.1.M hR nm mzxcks HLRRON HIQALGQ HILLIARD MUCH. M. MUCH, O. HULLEMBEAK HOLMAN V HONER HOUVER HUCKSTEP HUNT, HUNT. W. INNES 1 JAFKMAN 6 wif 4 ?y5, ,pg, BY. H. . -sig PSE? . tgifsgne yt 399 fp , Q4 Ki 1" A Sv T-ff? .ai H .4 19 MQ ,N 5. 2 3? v ff i3Qw IQ 'f Gai xg- si. 'v A : f 3? QA: ,195 02 . gs e H ,,? Wynn. Q an Q. mxs '- wmv x 5373331454 M 'Q fe '46 S-Q 44556 24 -QI SYN 2' sv ws , oz lv .-9139 sa w Mx x y, fp u fra 3+ 1-Qi Q : vbki X fyywa A Q .W , A Eiga 1 sgwrp 1, . ar, . , '-,d3'33'i,S kssfw, X323 z.. L Q1 W ' 1. Z?-gas? 2 'S' :Sf TS 21259-'gy' www Yi sf- M ,sez mevixvxf zogfassi -sw V WIA' Qggw rw, 'Q . S1321 wax .QQQM 5 R lk 59? , 3 - J 9955442 P we fswilfv , ig v JV.: q.. gf we 2- me ff ygvv AMW! 1 3 ,mn v4QQg away ,V 1 R839 4 f-Q-wg' YYQ , Wffiss, Y?-NZWSY5 tw 5' Q 2 yfffw' , K,',mz- me. wx kmgwgf ywgfg ff .YSEZWE JONES, ELWOOD .. YA.Y ,,,YY, . . YY.., Yv..Y,,YYY D 6lTOif Kappa Sigma Epsilon: Pi Kappa Delta, Pres. JULIAN, HARRIET .YY,,,,,,,,,....,,,,.,,, ,,,Y G oodland Geography Club: Commerce Club: Y. W, C. A. KELLEY, PATRICIA ......., ..... . .. ...... Winfield Pi Sigma: Delta Sigma Epsilon: Sigma Splash Club: Primary-Kindergarten Club KILMER, CATHERINE .............. Belle Plairie Winnetaska: Chorus KING, JAMES .......... ..... ............................... P r ati Phi Sigma Epsilon: Football: Basketball KING, MABEL ..... .................................. K iiigivifiii Alpha Sigma Tau KINSEY, MARY ETHEL ................ Minneapolis Mathematics Club: Y. W. C. A. KIPP, WILLIAM .................... ............. .... M ll dlSO1l Industrial Arts Club: Sting-Slingers KLOEPPER, RALPH .......................... Effiflyllllill Latin Club: History and Government Club: Mu Epsilon Nu KRAMPER, ELLYN ........................ Kansas City Alphathenian Literary Club: French Club: Winnetaska: Y. W. C. A. KREHBIEL, LAWRENCE .. .................... Halstead Sigma Tau Gamma: Industrial Arts Club: Track: Basketball LEWIS, MAXINE .......................................... Home Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: History and Govern- ment Club, Sec.-Treas.: Spanish Club: Omega Literary Society: Alice Freeman Palmer: Splash Club: W. A. A. Board: Student Council: Kappa Delta Pi: Xi Phi LISTER, OPAL .......................................... Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon LIVENGOOD, MILDRED .......... Overland Park French Club: Y. W. C. A. LOOMIS, VERA ..................... . .... Emporia LUTT, DOROTHEA ........... .f-.-.-. f --ff,..A--- E 7'lPOTl!1 Rhythmic Circle, Pres.: Y. W. C. A. MABEN, GAIL .................... .......................... S every Kappa Sigma Epsilon: History and Govern- ment Club MADISON, EILEEN ..Y.. .... A 'eosho Rapids I 66 l HOMECOMING AND SOUVENIERS MALLETT, LEROY .. ......., East St. Louis, Ill. Kappa Sigma Epsilon: History and Govern- ment Club: Inter-Fraternity Council: Bul- letin, Assistant Business Mgr.: Student Union Manager MARBOURG, KATHERINE ,, .... Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon MARTIN, WILLIAM ...... ,. ..,... .,,...... . Hiawatha Kappa Sigma Epsilon: Xi Phi: Sunflower Editor: Gilson Players: Student Legislature: Kappa Delta Pi MAWDSLEY, RICHARD ............. ,.,, P ratt Phi Sigma Epsilon: Xi Phi McCOY. CHARLES ................................ Partridge Chemistry Club: Biology Club: Mu Epsilon Nu MCCULLOUGH, THOMPSON .... Emporia MCINTOSH. WENDELL ,,....,.............,,....,, Marion Sigma Tau Gamma: Industrial Arts Club McKIM, JIM . ................,,,,,,,,,,.,...,, .... .,,,,, , E mporia Phi Delta Chi: Sunflower Photographer McMILLAN, JOY ......,......................... Hutchinson Primary-Kindergarten Club: Alphathenian Club MENTZER, LOREN ..Y, .... Y ates Center Y. M. C. A. MOON, MARGARET .......................,.,,... Emporia Splash Club: Physical Education Club, Pres.: Sigma Phi Sigma, Vice-Pres.: Y, W. C. A. MORRIS, BLANCHE ,.........l............... Burlington Commerce Club: Mathematics Club: History and Government Club: Y. W. C. A. MURRAY, ELIZABETH ,,....,,,,,...,. Kansas City Alphathenian Literary Society: French Club: Y. W. C. A. OWSLEY, ALMA ................,..... ,,,,,..,,,,,,,, W etmore Commerce Club: Mathematics Club: History and Government Club: Y. W, C. A. OWSLEY. RUTH .. ................................, Wetmore Commerce Club: Mathematics Club: History and Government Club: Y. W. C. A.: Chorus PALMROSE, LAWRENCE .. ........... Kansas City Kappa Sigma Epsilon: Print Shop: Basket- ball PARKS, EVERETT ,,,...........:...,..........,,,,,,,,, Eureka Mu Epsilon Nu: Commerce Club: Y. M. C. A. POWELL, RALPH ................ ............... E mporia Phi Sigma Epsilon 5 L 13223 -,Z fa? f ry? I, ' ,fm -A 4. ima gmwzfv' ,'S: Mews 'iiiifaf aiifxaw Qwfs 2 vga: wifi f ww :. :. QF' ww? b 222222 -wfiiimbf -lfisffggz ,.ma.54s mf 25 . saw? , :W f X Ye Q, 4 CQVQZQQ ' 45 ' so WN Q51 A T 1? gi Q2 622 M A WZ? Qi' 1' if gg Sm 2 Q 22 iw 55 Q2 kim Q2 1 EE an 0 'RQ 9 9? 49 535 4 M B Q 3,5 Q A? af 5 f ,wr . bv W W S203 32 Wi? is W 4, ss 82212 ., PRESCOTT, CHRISTIE ,,.. , ,,,,,, .. ,,,,, St, John Primary-Kindergarten Club: Pi Kappa Sigma RAASE, RUTH ,,Y,Y, ,,,, E mporia RASMUSSEN. OTHO ..YY,Y,YY,YY,Y,,, .. . Y,,YV,Y Vliefs Mathematics Club: Geography Club, Vice- Pres.: History and Government Club: German Club: Pi Kappa Delta: Y. M. C. A.: Kappa Mu Epsilon RAYPHOLTZ, BEULAH ,.., ,Y,,, ,,.. S o uth Haven Primary-Kindergarten Club REAGAN, LOLA INIAE ,Y,,,. ,Y,,Y,,,,Y,,,,Y . f Yfff Riley Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treas.: Sigma Pi Sigma: Primary-Kindergarten Club RESCH, DOROTHY ,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,YY Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma: Sigma Pi Sigma: Home Economics Club: W. A. A.: Physical Education Club: Junior Class President RHOADS, CECIL ..,,. .... Burlington Phi Sigma Epsilon ROLEY, CHESTER .............. .... .... K i ngsdown Sigma Tau Gamma: Glee Club: Symphonic Chorus SAMS, BURTON ..... . ........ ...... .................. C 1 Llver Spanish Club: History and Government Club: Industrial Club SCHARTZ, JOHN ........ ..... E llinwood Phi Sigma Epsilon SCHURTER, ROY . ..... .,,, .... ..... ..,,. .,..,.,, E u r e k ll Sigma Tau Gamma, Sec.: Commerce Club SCHMITTER, MERCEDES . ,,.,,..,.Y ,,.,,, G ypsum Phi Mu Gamma: Sphinx Club. Treas.: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet l68l CHILDRENS DEPT. AT KELLOGG LIBRARY SHIELDS. ORA , .. . ,, K Club: Basketball SHOULTZ, LAVERA . Sphinx Club SITTS, BERNADINE ..... .. . .. Latin Club: French Club: Club: W. A. A.: Y. W. C. A. SMITH. JOYCE Y. W. C. A. SOUDERS, E UGENE . Sigma Tau Gamma: Club, Pres. STARKEY, ARTHUR , Phi Sigma Epsilon STEAD, MARIE STEG, VICTOR ..... Emma Lebanon Newton McPherson Mathematics Highland Em poria Gridley Art Elmdale Ki7lg1V1ll7L Emporia Mu Psi Chi, Vice-Pres.: Band. Business Manager: German Club, Pres.: Chorus: Or- chestra: Faculty Ensemble: Kappa Delta Pi STEWART. JAMES . ..,........ .... . ....... J oplm, Mo. Mu Epsilon Nu: History and Government Club: French Club: Young Democrats Club, Sec.: Commerce Club STOELZING, MARJORIE ...,. .... W ellington Y. W. C, A., Pres. STONE, ANNABEL ...,.. ..... .... .,....., . , S yracuse Sphinx Club: Rhythmic Circle: Symphonic Chorus: Girls' Glee Club: Kappa Delta Pi STONE, RUTH . ............ .,.. . ..... ......., N eodesha Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pledge Pres.: Sunflower Business Mgr.: Commerce Club: History and Government Club: Sigma Pi Sigma: Y. W. C. A. THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 uma-f PRRSLTOTT IZAASE IIASMIISSPIN HAYVIILOTZ RFIAGAN IIESFH KHOADS ROLEY SA MS SLTHAHTZ SCUURTER SCH MITTER HIIIIEIJIS SIKOULTS SITTS SMITH SUVIWIQIQS STARR!-EY STEAD STEG STEWART STOI-ILZING STONE. A. STONE, R. Www ix fN ",U u GX! rem Wllzgkwwm ,,., 15,5 Q, Z 4 iss ?5 is as Wx css ,ga 'Q is Q35 is ig 2 E cfm SES 3 5 Egg 2 5 2 3 STOVER, MARIE ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M c Plterson Y. W. C. A.: Winnetaska: French Club: Alice Freeman Palmer STUART, RAY .,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,, K i 7Lg1Ila7L Kappa Sigma Epsilon: Glee Club: Orches- tra: Band: Chorus: Madrigalians TESTORFF, ROBERT ,,,,,,,,Y,,, YYY, Y ates Center Pi Kappa Delta: Y. M. C. A., Treas.: Mu Epsilon Nu: Commerce Club: History and Government Club THOLEN, DOLORES ,,.,,.,,.. ,. YY,.,.YYY,,,,,,,., Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha: Commerce Club: Y. W. C. A. THOMAS, LLOYD ......,. .... G fLfCl61l City Phi Sigma Epsilon TRUESDELL, HELEN ............. .......... I 11LtChiTLSO7l German Club: Winnetaska: Y. W. C. A. TURNER, EDNA LOUISE ...................... E11lPOTil1 Gilson Players: Rhythmic Circle: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Home Economics Club, Pres.: Pan-Hellenic Council: Y. W. C. A.: Xi Phi VARVEL, JAMES .................... ................... L eR0y History and Government Club: Commerce Club WAGAMAN, DEAN ...... ..... P awnee Rock Phi Sigma Epsilon WAHL, CARL ......... ....... . .... B urdick Industrial Arts Club WEAVER, VIVIAN . .... .................... M ullinville Pi Kappa Sigma: Pan-Helenic Council: Student Council: Home Economics Club WELLMAN, EDWARD ............... ..... ..... S t erling Mu Psi Chi, Pres.: Orchestra: Madrigalians: Mixed Chorus: Symphonic Chorus !7OI SECOND HAND BOOKS WENRICH, EVELYN ..... . Oxford Alpha Sigma Alpha WEST, KENNETH .......... .....,.............,,.,...,..., P aola Sigma Tau Gamma: Commerce Club: De- bate WHITAKER, DOROTHY ..................... .. Emporia Geography Club: Y. W. C. A. WILLIAMS, CATHERINE Sphinx Literary Society: Club: Y. W. C. A. WILLI AMS, GEORGIA .... Delta Sigma Epsilon WILLIAMS, PAULINE .............. Lebo French Club: Latin Anthony Council Grove Mathematics Club: Winnetaska: Collegiate 4-H Club: Y. W. C. A. WILSON, HELEN ......,....................... Strong City Phi Mu Gamma: Pan-Hellenic Council WILSON, JESSE ......................... ...... C offeyville M11 Epsilon Nu: Football WINGRAVE, JOYCE ...................... Yates Center Alpha Sigma Alpha: Club: Y. W. C. A. Debate: Commerce WINKLER, YVONNE ...,.,..,....,,,,........ St. John Pi Kappa Sigma: Sphinx Club: Y. W. C. A. Yos'r, MYREL .,.. . .....,........,,..... ............ E mporm Spanish Club: Y. W. C. A.: Alpha Sigma Tau: Gilson Players YOUNG, CHARLES .... .... E mporin Mu Epsilon Nu THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 STOVER STUART 'l'ES'l'GI!I-'F THOLEN THOMAS TRUESDELL TURNER VARVEL WAGAMAN WAHL VVEAVER WELLMAN WENRICH WEST WHITAKER. WILLIAMS, C. WILLIAMS. G. WILLIAMS, P. WILSON, H, WILSON, J. VYINGRAVE WKN KLER YOST YOUNG QQ was 4531535 Qs 2 V ss' fgg 2? ,Es iii? :N ,,.. S w i Q33 E: J :., ::: E-Q V Ea.: v l e , A Q 2 Campus Improvements During the year much work has been done on the campus to beautify and improve it. The erection of a new athletic stadium is the most signifi- cant change. It has been built in a natural bowl just west of the Morse Hall Annex. The stadium will be completed this spring, and the pres- ent athletic field will be landscaped for future use. A new drive around Morse Hall was finished this winterg the new road circles around the east side of the dormitory instead of the west side as the former one did. Lake Wooster has been enlarged and its banks have been laid with natur- al stone. The improvement on the lake is undoubtedly the most beau- tifying change made. A new store room was built under Clfolffilzzlmf 4,11 Pugz' 805 THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 Public Ova tions 7 2 " xp I-:Eg f ::::k E 2 W any wi? W' .2 ?wEQw i Z: ,ff say: sr Qi .:. ,.: :, lg kg .1 3: 1 SWK' Q-gm: 9,3 -555 5: 7 13559 Ig? 15 'fxgsiglsf 55.?N'iSYf3 iv swim ymsfss 2553232 5 .Wg QS K9 I if wi bk 9 S E' wx? fsizfzsf any 4 Q86 ig! S x is 3 6 9 , fo., i Ra 2 TN, M W , , f vii 2? yi i fm? 'QMS 3 Q If 2 22 ss 2 " X x 4 Q gk iv Ya 12 ,:, it X D MENTS GLEE CLUB Fox, Kramer, Wagiier, Miller, Groxes, Sehaaf, Roley, Anderson, Turner, Sehmutz, Hillyard Clark, Shannon, McClure, Farney, Peterson, Beuhler, W'heat, Fly, Gray, Kready, Lister, Cleaver, Love, Bailey Xvakeland, Mclntosli, Sehrnitter, Bentrup, Wolfe, Childers XVOMliN'S GLFF CLUB W'ood, Plumley, Pelley, Cockley, Yeoman, Thrasher, Gardner, Colegrcve, Butcher, Terwilliger, Huckstep, Appel, Gillette, Spear, Lancaster, Schmitter Daily, Diamond, Stone, Hunt, Floyd, Raikes, Borton, Mabes, Stead IvIEN'S GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Pl'l'SllIt'llf ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, C i nu. BENTRU1' Vin'-P1'exiJffr:f ,,,,, ,, AIONATHAN Wtvrru Svrrefarg' ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , , . ,,,. , , ., Y, , ,,,,, , ,,,,,, ARNOLD LISTFR 1'nl1Iivily Mfzmigrr ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ,,,,,, GLENN KREADY The mtst outstanding concert presented by the Menis Glee Club this year was at the Music Educator's Cenference at Tulsa where its work was highly praised by prominent music critics. During the year the greup has appeared in convocation and at many high schools and towns in Kansas. C. H. Dudley was the accompanist for the glee club. His assistants were' -lean jones and Mercedes Schmitter. Mr. Floyd Wilkeland directs the group. WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB OFFICERS PV't'AiLll'H1' ,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,.,s,,..,,,.tt,,,, ,,,, N 1 .LLIE LEE KAYSEIK Vive-Prexidmzf ,i.,, ss,,,t ,,,,,,, B A RBARA BEACH Svc'win:-y-T1'enx11rm- MERcEDr.s SeHMI'r'r15ix Ar'i'o1npa11f.vf ,,,,,,,.,.,,,.. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,, t,,,t,,,,st,ts,,,,,,,,,,,,t,,, A I EAN JONES ln February the WClUCH,S Glee Club presented a formal concert, and the club has been presented on various programs threughout the year at colleges and high schools. The group also presented numbers on the tour which culminated with the performance befere the Southwest Music Educators' Conference at Tulsa, Oklahoma, in February. In addition to its performance, the organization reads and studies suitable material for use in high school music teaching. Miss lilsie Thrasher is director cf the group. The Men's and Woineiils Glee Clubs unite in the formation of the Kansas State Teachers College Symphonic Chorus, directed by Orville J. Borchers. lwll THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 CHORUS The purpose of the chorus is to present in an artistic way the possibilities of choral development in both classic and modern idioms. Among its numerous appearances most enthusiastic receptions were given this group in programs presented to the annual Music Supervisor's Clinic and the Council of Ad- ministration Convention. The climax of the seasr.n's work cccurred in their appearance on the College Music Festival Program in Tulsa, in conjunction with the Southwestern Music Educator's Conference Convention. Members of the Chorus are: Sopranos-Ethelyn Appel, Lucille Baker, Marie Bergman, Esther Brod- beck, Imogene Borton, Wreatlia Cooper, Ruth Cockley, Barbara Carmichael, Sylvanna Daily, Virginia Daily, Esther Ehrlich, Katherine Evans, Ruth Evans, Elizabeth Glatt, Bonita Gustafson, Cleodora Held, Nadiene Harris, Margaret Hilliard, Genevieve Huckstcp, Gertrude Huebert, Ellen Herron, Laura Kays, Doris Kell, Kathryn Kilmer, Margaret Kilmer, Agnes Lewin, Leora Libhardt, Elizabeth Mary Newell, Linda Lois Pcnner, Lucie Rinkel, Phyllis Runyon, Lorene Radke, Lois Shannon, Velva Scouten, Joyce Sidener, Helen Spear, Mary ,lane Shepherd, Gwen Smith, Nelda Taylor, Norma Taylor, Martha V. Teem, Catherine Thomas, Clara Jane Williams, Hazel johnson, Elaine Dobson, Catherine Burkholder, Mrs. Helen Riggenback, Mrs. Kathleen Hyde, Katherine Polley, Helen Raikes, Isabel Runycn, Mercedes Schmitter, Bertha Swanson, Gertrude Maynard, Eleanor Salmon, Hazel Anderson, Opal Anderson, Mary Alice Steel- smith, LaFaun Gormley. Altfs-Elizabeth Barker, Barbara Beach, Marge Booz, Mary Louise Butcher, Kathryn Baysinger, Dorothy Cater, Hazel Childs, Ola Clinesmith, Eleanor Colegrove, Marilyn Cram, Margaret Christaine, Ruth Derden, Mary M. Dimon, Roberta Davies Elizabeth Eikerman, Ruth Emrie, Neva Fansler, Jeannette Floyd, Virgie Gray, Agnes Haslover, Gladys Hatter, Faye Hines, Marjorie Hoover, Rae Johnson, Jean Jones, Opal Lister, Mabel G. King, Lou Jane Miller, Annabelle Morgan, Jeanne Osborne, Lena Plumley, Charlotte Rhoaden, Thelma Ray, Arlene Rahberg, Alma Schoeneman, Helen McVay, Ruth Miller, Mar- jorie Mott, Maxine Evans, Maxine Dobson, Virginia Olson, Gertrude Gardner, Mary jane Stone, Marie Stead, Annabel Stone, Arline Smith, Margaret Yeoman, Gladden Haskell, Lena R. Miller, Isabel Mabes, Ruby Johnson, Ruth Owsley, June Mullinax, Mary Ruhlman, Dorothy Schneider, Elva Bell, Alma Owsley, Anna Davis, Alice Kjellin, Katharine Moot. Tenors-Melvin Bailey, Gordon Drcssler, Ben Evans, Elbert Fly, Rudolph Fox, Quentin Groves, Albert Gray, Arnold Lister, Oren McClure, Charles McIntosh, Archie San Romani, Duff Wagoner, Thomas Wheat, Edwin Clark, Robert Anderson, Amos Kramer, Glenn Kready, Glenn Love, Ray Stuart, Charles Hedinger. Basses-Bruce Anderson, Reuben Hefley, Percy Keller, Delmont Peterson, Maynard Powers, Eugene Roley, Cleo Riley, Robert Ruskin, Lyle Schaaf, Alvin Schmutz, Alfred Service, Mac Stanley, Charles Todd, Fenton Vest, Edward Wellman, Lyle Whitmore, Jonathan Wolfe, john Worrel, Charles Johnson, Rcss Herron, Lester Miller, Gail Shannon, Dean Siegle, Reuben Regier, Robert Cowdry. ,i 3 E . Q K is 'E sf. at :. -:s,::a?ag.,:,s e SZ : ,,, T l I 'Q f lr 3 D i761 BAND The purpose of the Kansas State Teachers College Band is to give instrumental training to students interested in music. In addition to the annual fall and spring concerts, the band played for football and basketball games at heme and had an active part in the various civic and school parades throughout the year. The organization also gave two concerts for which they charged admission in order to purchase more new uniforms for the members. The band is under the direction of Mr. Bernard Fitzgerald. Members ef the band are: Flutes-junior jent, Lola Lancaster, Paul Steg. Piccolo-Mildred Rhea. Oboes-Rcss Curtis, Katherine Kinsey, Gertrude Maynard. Clarinets-Beulah Baum, Donald Cary, Charles Cleaver, Ola Clinesmith, Lottie Curtis, Fay Hines, Belle Hoffman, Sara McCoy, Virginia Moore, Francis Reed, Charlotte Rhoden, Gail Shannon, Robert Smart, Dean Wagaman, Victor Steg, Phyllis Runycn. Alto clarinet-Richard Childers. Bass clarinet--Jack Heavner. Bassoon-Delight Maynard, Donna Cenkle. Alto saxophone--Carl Carlson, Lavina Wood. Cello-Elbert Fly, Melvina Smith. String bass-Oren McClure. Cornets-W'ayne Jones, Ralph Dice, Kenneth Gill, Leland Johnson, Percy Keller, Archie San Romani, Fenton Vest, Edward Whitelaw, Donald Vlcek. French horn-Lyda Beryl Haldeman, Carl Cramm, Junior Service, Betty Beehtoldt. Trombone-Clarence Bean, Imogene Borton, DeWayne Cary, Roy Clayton, Bill Worrel, T. D, Wheat. Baritone-Willard Shepherd, Albert Gray, Carl Bentrup, Merwin West. Bass-George Ashley, James Hughes, Carlos Sloan, Leroy Hood. Drums- Charles johnson, Jane Ladner, Helen Lenander, Billy Rand, Ruth Terwilliger. ORCHESTRA The Symphony Orchestra, under the leadership of Bernard Fitzgerald, presented three concerts during the year with featured soloists on each occasion. It also played for the annual performance of the "Elijah" during the Spring Festival. Members cf the orchestra are: First violins-Gibson Walters, Paul Steg, Vesta Wood, Merwin West, XV:1nda Hunt. Second violins-Nellie Lee Kayser, Gladys Stitt, Margaret Carter, Beatrice Gross, Mary Lund, Wayne Moore, Treva Thompson, Alice Jones, Jeanne Osborne, Lucille Baker. Violas-Ruth Tcr- williger, Mrs. Gibson Walters, Theresa Watson, Edward Wellman. Cellos-George Henry, Elbert Fly. Carol Baysinger. String basses-Oren McClure, Lena Plumley, Mary Helen Reed, jonathan Wolfe. Flutes-Junior jent, Mildred Rhea, Lola Lancaster. Clarinets-Victor Steg, Charles Cleaver. Oboes- Ii. R, Steg, Katherine Kinsey, Gertrude Maynard. Bassoons--Delight Maynard, George Ashley. Corners -Ralph Dice, Wayne jones. French horns-Lyda Beryl Haldeman, Carl Cramm, Junior Service, Betty Bechtcldt. Trombones-Bill Worrel, Willard Sheppard, Roy Clayton. Bass-Cleo Riley. Drums-Billy Rand. FTITTTT' KD 'r'r1t1'1'n'r fNTATTT' 1nfwr'l .I lK ffif Brass Quartet The Brass Quartet, organized for training music students in small ensemble units, has a repertoire ccnsisting chiefly of classics arranged fur them by Bernard Fitzgerald, the director. The group was very popular in convocation and student recitals. The quartet assisted at the band clinic held here during the winter. Mem- bers are: Wfayne jones, Ralph Dice, cornetsg Lyda Beryl Haldeman, French horny Willard Shepherd, trombone. Madrigalians The Madrigalians is an organization of seventeen select voices which presents the highest type of secular and sacred choral compositions beth classical and modern. Its aim is artistic perfection. It has achieved national recognition and has presented many of its unusual programs for conventions, festivals, music clubs, colleges and high schools in and out of the state. T ey I' " H114 ,LJ Treble Clet Club The Treble Clcf Club, founded by Miss Catherine Streuse in 1910, is ll vocal ensemble of eight select voices whtse purpose it is to present the best literature for ladies' vcice in :in artistic manner. Mercedes Schmitter accompanies the group which is under the direction of Miss Strouse. The personnel includes Ethelyn Appel, Margaret Hilliard, Lillian Clough, Betty Freddy, Margaret Yeoman, Roberta Davies, Louise Mc- Cray and Lena Plumley. String Quartet The String Quartet was selected by open ccmpetition among students in the string depart- ment. This is the first year that the quartet has been composed entirely of students. Time was devoted to the study cf a classical repertoire. They played at the All-Kansas Band and Orches- tra clinic in December. Members are: Patil Steg, Vesta Wfiicd, violinsg Ruth Terwilliger, viola: lfsther Merriam, cello. SLM , 1 K l77l si' - :s1:::a.f:: + i :fs ,..,... V z K 0 . as 3 fi f 2- itat, as -as it is is git gg 1 ,tsl sts? D X135 E ,., M QF is 4 Ronald Hopkins as lbw llijwr from fbi' play by Ihr' .mmf IIIIHI Hl'dl't'lI,y was lw1'frf1y4'z1 by Rofwrl Bwfllrff. The prvpari' fo Ivan' on u 1L'l'f'k,X four. Gilson Players l If wg ' QV Qfvk I activities of the Gilson Players this year included seven productions which w e riant in nature and which afforded many students a chance to appear in the college dramatics. "The Piper" which was presented in the early part of the first semester was followed by the freshman play, Q'Rcmember the Day." "She Stoops to Conquer' was produced in many Kansas towns during the two tours with the play in January and February. "Hell Bent fer Heavenl' was the next production. An Easter pageant and tableau, "Rip Van Wfinklef' and "Midsummer Night's Dreanf' climaxed the work of the Gilson Players this year. Students whose dramatic ability was recognized this year by election in the Gilson Players are: Margaret Abildgaard, Claude Arnett, Robert Bennett, Dorothy Bertrand, Maryan Brooks, Mary Louise Butcher, Wilbur Daesehner, Gareth Gilson, Philip Gould, Florence Hatcher, Ronald Hopkins, Nellie Lee Kayser, Darliene Koch, William Martin Jenn Nicklin, Willian1 Nutting, Willard Shepherd, Dollie Tharnstrom, Edna Louise Turner, Myrel Yost. Sl THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 Eshtlman, Xvest, Zimmerman and Jones, members cf the debate squad. Tones, Daesehner. Martin, Ifshelman, Landrith, Fuller and Bell, delegates to the Student Legislature. Debate The activities of the debate squad this year included three demonstration debates before high schools, three debates before the commercial clubs, a public debate in Albert Taylor Hall, three radio debates, discussion of five different subjects, participation in the Denver Speech Conference, and winning of third place in the state Pi Kappa Delta tournament. The forensic season started when Byron Eshelman debated the question of old age pensions with a member of the debate squad of Kansas State College before the Kansas City Kiwanis Club. Then Elwood Jones and Eshelman discussed the high school ques- tion of controlling electric utilities with the Kansas State team at the junction City, Herington, and Clay Center high schools. Following these debates, jones and Eshelman discussed the same subject in a radio debate over the radio facilities of XVIBXV. Wilbur Daeschner, Julian Zimmerman, Kenneth West and Donald Moler journeyed through Kansas, Missouri and Iowa, climaxing their barnstorming tour with radio debate in Ames, Iowa. They placed second at the Maryville Teachers College tournament, which they attended during the trip. Jones, Eshelman, Zimmerman and Xwest attended the Denver Speech Conference in January. Harold Peters, Jack Bell, Thomas Landrith, Bill Martin, Wilbur Daeschner, Elwood Jones, Byron Eshelman and Everett Fuller were delegates to the Student Legislative As- sembly in Topeka, December 10, 11 and 12. The Pi Kappa Delta tournament in which jones and Zimmerman placed third com- pleted the forensic activities of the year which was very successful. l79l , . ...,a... 5: gi? at ti msg: g S6fs 5 2 3 s 5 E1 , , i 'ES ' 'S 5 l .gi .Wxifagg aaa 3 Q 5 2? .92 'z . ., I:' :- . -1 2 E its ' 2 QQ il 2 ii gag? QE E ll iii? 2 fill? , ar? 2 S it? f t is li as S ss, E is I E 2 ,. ali sg gill all ities ,S Q tif? ,f 51. 2 80 Campus Improvements ffjllllfillllftll frum Pzzqqr' 725 Library Annex and several new side- walks were laid. A new roof was put on the Science Hall. Under the supervision of the Student Council a new band platform was built on the balcony of the Student Union, replacing the former arrange- ment of having the orchestras down on the dance floor. Also, new spot lights were purchased, and the piano and platform for the orchestras were painted ivory. As in other years, construction on the campus lawn is continually in progress. New flower beds are be- ing laid, grass is being sowed, and new shrubs and trees are being plant- ed. The job of keeping the K. S. T. C. campus one of the prettiest in the Mid-west is a never-ceasing one. THE " UNFLOWER . . 1937 zmwzse- Q "Call" for Action 81 Q? ,e 1 J ix ., S s, f? Q as N 4 wg? 2 235 gi? 5 3 5 ?f ' as 5 6 iss gs? X225 is as mg? 52252 32:52 gig Smeg gigs is 2251514 S? 52 sg? gw Q 2 5 29325: ' 52229 iq si Z I as 235 232 gi is Q KV A22 WW 2 223 RQ ?'fi1,,,N, . wi 1 NV .E . Q fi? pw 3 Q "3 'I -xi T -2 M . we 5596 ' 8521 .f www, ,sg , . Q 2??S 5 f' Q D I82 Kutnink, Parris, Barnett, Ifmrich, Mawdsley Parker, Huber, Pipkin, Conroy, Burns, Jones Wfatson, Miller, Baird, Shields, Piss, Trusler Basketball Erratic shooting was the big factor in the downfall of the Hornet basketball squad this season, and the team which looked so promising at the beginning of the season dropped fourteen of their nineteen games, winning only one in the conference. Two wins over the McPherson Bulldogs from the Kansas Conference, and one each from Washburn and St. Benedictls were the other victories. The conference win was from Southwestern which finished in a tie for first place with Fort Hays State and the Pitts- burg Teachers. Ora "Cookie" Shields and Kenneth Baird were the only two seniors on the squad, and they consistently led the Hornet attack which usually kept abreast of opponents throughout most of the games, only to lag in the closing minutes. Shields was men- tioned by several commentators as all-star material. Isaac Emrich, midget forward, turned in some noteworthy performances, as did "Bus" Miller, guard. Deane Watson, freshman guard, ended the season as a regular starter and by the time he is a senior he should be one of the outstanding guards in the state. The Hornets opened the season by trouncing Wfashburn 36-23, and then dropped a tight one to Pittsburg 41-39. Then the Hays Tigers came to town, and from then on the Truslermen apparently lost all range of the bucket, and dropped a contest to the Warrensburg, Mo., Teachers and two more to Pittsburg. Although still unable to hit, the Hornets nosed out St. Benedict's 26-22, and then returned home to whip South- western in their only conference victory of the season. Truslerls boys went wild in the first half, rolling up a 26-10 score on the Moundbuilders. Pans considered this an indication that the Hornets had found themselves after a slow start, but the team dropped three close ones to the up-and-coming Wichita five and was out of the con- ference race. After a defeat at the hands of Hays, the Hornets took McPherson in rather easy fashion, only to drop a heart-breaker to St. Benediet's. In the last home game of the season, they again Walloped McPherson College. Shields and Baird, ending their careers on the home court, led the scoring and received tremendous ovations from the crowd when they left the game. l THE " UNFLOWER . . 1937 Parris, Wfatscn, Miller, Emrich Fiss, Conroy, Baird, Shields, Pipkin After losing a ragged high-scoring game to XVashburn, the Hornets ended the season at Winfield, dropping two to the Moundbuilders. Southwestern, needing both games to tie for first in the conference, turned Lloyd Tucker loose on a couple of scoring sprees, and the Hornets were outclassed. The fact that three teams were deadlocked for high honors indicates the high type of basketball played in the Central Conference. Coaches and sports writers have said it is one of the toughest leagues in the country and an all-star team from the Central could probably hold its own with any other all-star college selection. An example of this is shown by the results of the lowly Hornets' non-conference tussles. XVith such men as Miller, NVatson, and Emrich back to form the nucleus of the team, and several promising reserves such as Parris, Burns, Pipkin, jones, Huber, and Conroy, Coach Trusler will undoubtedly produce a winning team next year. Summary of the season: - Hornets Vfashburn .,,, , Hornets Pittsburg , ,,,, , Hornets Fort Hays ,,,, Hornets Fort Hays H Hornets Warrensburg Hornets Pittsburg ,,,,, , Hornets Pittsburg . ,,,,, H ., Hornets St. Benedict's Hornets Southwestern Hornets Wichita , ,,,, H Hornets Wichita , Hornets Wichita ,,,,, Hornets Fort Hays 7 H Hornets McPherson Hornets St. Benedict's Hornets McPherson , ,,,, , Hornets Washburn ,,,.,,, ,,,, , , Hornets Southwestern Hornets Southwestern rp, 55,1 at - 5 2 ft ? 5 ,t,-.- s Wg ,Z ss 5 S . it mee ' 525333 Stags as sa EE Eifg, iiii 5 ll 5322? sits ,Sim i sits f ? W E' s Q ::: I f 1:: 5 1841 ENROLLMENT FIGURES 193 6-37 FIRST SEMESTER 1955-36 1956-37 College ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , 1616 1612 Laboratory School ,,,, 502 520 SECOND SEIWESTER College . ,,,,, E, H 1551 1550 Laboratory School ., E 489 500 193 5-3 6 College E W ,,,,,. 7 m,,,3076 Laboratory School ,,,,, 7 768 Correspondence ,,t,, , E , 621 Total, E H , E E 4465 From june 1, 1935 to June 1, 1936, 4465 different students enrolled in courses offered by Kansas State Teachers College. 937 HE UNFLOWER ' ' 1 T WW gw ll H Social Calls S5 5 Y- 8 K .,., . P af :IEQ I 2, , W5 .5 : 3- ' . --we , , .5 . --ess: 'H E, X ,Ei 1, 5 x . sa zf Q l f 255 523 gi, "N E2-2' QQYEQE ' 513 .2 ' .Ezx,.:I 1: fifgf? 1' ' , ., :Mg S22 sais : 9' , iv, gsm: S12 .. 1-33,31 XF F wi 1 W Wx gig? SS : wx 'bf-52375 .1 ,..: 1 k Sigma ,X Q, ,:,. 3 xg E 4 S' Q r Q Q ..: "" .... -5, 5 E Peterson, A. Anderson, D. Anderson, Bechtoldt, Benedict, Bohn, Bryan Forbeck, Gorman, Guilfoil, Hocli, Koch, Meats Wragner, NVelker, W'harton, Xvootlmansee, Tucker, Philips, Hilrris Kappa Mu Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity, was organized in 1931 at Northeastern Teachers College, Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Its purpose is the development of an appreciation of mathematics, a greater interest in the subject, and a broader understanding of it. Membership is extended only to students who are majoring or minoring in mathematics and who meet certain general and mathematical scholastic requirements. The chief emblems of the fraternity are the five-pointed star and the pentagon, the same emblems chosen by the Pythagorean School, which was the first serious group of students of mathematics to be organized into a fraternity. The seal is the star, and the major part of the crest is a large star. The pin and key are pentagons. The fraternity flower is the wild rose. 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. MEMBERS: Audrey Anderson, Dalton Anderson, Harold Bechtoldt, Esther Benedict, Vernon Boger, Maricn Bohn, Aldro Bryan, Harold Coffman, Virginia liorbeck, Helen Gorman, llunice Guilfoil, Mrs. Ruth Harris, Merton Hoch, Uarliene Koch, Harmon Lackey, Rowe Meats, Oscar J. Peterson, A. Philips, Edwin Provost, Otho Rasmussen, Glenn Shepperd, Harold Stout, Francis Tom, Charles Tucker, Virgil Volland, Maurine W'agner, Vida Grace Welker, Margaret Mary 'Woodmansee, La Verna XVharton. l86l THE UNFLCWER . . 1937 Testcrff, Rasmussen, Landrith, Wfharton, Gulde, Eshclmen, Tharnstrom, Dacschncr, Jcrdan, Jones, McGuire OFFICERS PfL'Sil1'f'l1f ,,,7,,,,7,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,.,,,,,.,,,, E L woon JONES Vice-Prcsia'r'nz' ...,,,,,,,, ,,,, NY IILBUR DAESCHNER Scrrc'fary-Trrnszzrar .,,., ,,,,,,,,,, T HOMAS LANDRITH Historian ,,,,,.....,,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,,,.v...,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,7...... LA VERNA WHARTON The 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, Secretary of War and former governor of Kansasg William Allen White, internationally known news- papermang George R. R. Pflaum, past national president of Pi Kappa Delta and governor of the Kansas Province, and Thomas W. Butcher, president of the Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. This year Gamma chapter of Manhattan, Beta chapter of Washburn, and the local Zeta chapter promoted the third Students, Legislative Assembly in the legislative chapter chamber of the state capitol. Two broadcasts of the proceedings were made over a Columbia hookup. Elwood Jones served on the General Welfare Committee at the assembly, Everett Fuller on the Agricultural Committee, and Bill Martin and Harold Peters were members of the Educational Committee. The annual Recognition Banquet of Pi Kappa Delta was held in the Student Union ballroom in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the Zeta chapter. Members from Kansas State and Washburn were guests. Walter E. Huxman, governor of Kansas, who addressed the group, was made an honorary member of the local chapter. MEMBERS: VC'ilbur Dacschner, Byron Eshelman, Carl Gulde, Ross Herron, Elwood Jones, Wilson Jordan, Luther Kcplar, Thomas Landrith, Doris McGuire, Otho Rasmussen, Verne Smith, Robert Tcstorff, Dollie Tharnstrom and La Verna Wlmarton. PLEDGES: Don Boyle, Carl Cramm, Paul Miller, Donald Molcr, Donald Shepard, Kenneth West, and julian Zimmerman. T871 8 Tlzjw R1iIl"Hl3l'l1, Reagan, Uunham, Schirnier, Cameron, Wlilliams, hl. Marshall, Zimmerman, Marley, Heim-ztein, 0. Marshall, Huebert, Sheffield, Lanyon. Tflirif Ruugliveritt, Henderson, Doughty, Armantrout, Nlefilanahan, llralte, Quiggle, Marvin, Patrick, Geist, Brunner, Mchlillan, liayplualtl, Deans, Kelley. Sl'L'!lll1I R011-Miller, Hatter, Ploag, Foster, Kemp, Xlllipf, Townsend, Robinson, Lovering, Mclllasen, Voigt, Moore, Jaekman, Baldwin, Sehroetter, Mullinnx, Prescott, Swinger. liiixf Ron'-Jones, Covert, Schwandt, Sherrard, Nliller. XYhite, Dyck, Pangborn, Humble, Hainline, Knslle, Klergan, Bentley, Q, Anderson, H. Anderson. Prjma1'y-Kindergarten Club OIVITICILRS l'n'siflf'11i , , 7 H AUGUS'l'Ii TDYCK llifl'-Pl'f'Xitlt'I7lL , LOUISE DRAKE SL'l'l'f'flll',Y , ,, ,,,, LAURA KAYS Twaxzzrw' , LIILIAH JLNSI-:N Sjmmorx Miss Acusixu MAY HiXRlRlS Miss EMMA HUMISLIi The Primary-Kindergarten Club is an organization of students and faculty members interested in the field of primary-kindergarten educa- tion. There are approximately 70 active members in the club this year. The purpose of the organization is to discuss the teaching situation in that phase of education and to bring the members of the department together for social interests and fellowship. The Christmas Party and the Spring Banquet are the features of the social calendar. l THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 - as - I T011 Rau'-Wagainan, McIntosh, Fields, Evertson, Dreasher, King, Austin, Daniels, Saferite, Pyle, W'ood, Rowland, Albright, Wahl, Hogan. Mlzltlle Row-Myers, Mattson, Krehbiel, Larson, Anderson, Decker, Brcwn, Starkey, Rhoads, Cromer, Hortenstcin, Gootch. Bolfom Row-Alsbury, McCullough, Horn, Jensen, Brown, Lyon, Hoffman, Jackson, Smith, Cunningham, Hannah, Hilyard. Indusz'1'ialA1'ts Club OFFICERS President , ,,,,,,,, ,,,. , , . ,,,, WAYNE LYON Vic'e-Presidvnl .,..,,,,, HENRY BROWN Secretary-T1'4'as11fer t,,, PAUL HOFFMAN Spoztwrs C. L. JACKSON R. P. JENSEN The purpose of the Industrial Arts Club is to establish a feeling of unity among the students of the department and to acquaint them with the modern trends in their field. During the year several persons of the profession discussed with the group the present day activities and their relations to Industrial Arts. The organization is much larger this year than it has ever been. The Spring Banquet and Dance is the outstanding social event of the Industrial Arts department. All the members of the classes, the faculty, the alumni of the club and their superintendents and principals are invited to attend. The banquet this spring was the largest ever sponsored by the club. E891 Km i K f 1 If J 1 I l Fi D i901 Appel, G. Baker, Bechtoldt, Bennett, Brickell, Doty, Kayser Kelley, Kinsey, Martin, Radke, Selanclers, Schmirrer Scruten, Shoultz, G. Smith, Socolofsky, Stone, Williaiiis, Wfinkler Sphinx Club OFFICERS P1'esiJf'11t ,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,..,,, A L BERTA BRICKELL Vif'e-Presirlwit .,,,, .,,.. N ELLIE LEE KAYSER Sccrvfary ,,,,,,,., ,,,, E LIZABETH BENNETT Trrasfrreif .. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,.l,,, . -- MERCEDES SCHLIITTER Sphinx Club, like the silent Sphinx of the ages who looks down upon the countless deeds of history, watches With interest the activities of modern literature. ln October, 1919, a group of girls interested in literature organized the club under the leadership of Miss Teresa M. Ryan. Miss Helen Rumble is the present sponsor of the organization. Membership is not limited to English majors, any girl interested in literature is eligible. Outstanding events of the year are the pledge parties and the annual spring banquet. MEMBERS: Ethelyn Appel, Georgia Baker, Lucille Baker, Bette Bechtoldt, Elizabeth Bennett, Alberta Brickell, Wrreatha Cooper, Loretta Diggs, jean Doty, Barbara Eastman, Mary Lou Faidley, Gertrude Gardner, Vivian Goslin, Alline Holmes, Nellie Lee Kayser, Marjorie Kelly, Kathryn Kinsey, Grace Martin, Lorene Radke, Mercedes Schmitter, Velva Scouten, Bonnie Selanders, LaVera Shoults, Billie Smith, Gwen- dclyn Smith, jean Socolofsky, Helen Spear, Annabel Stone, Catherine W'illiams, Yvonne Winkler. THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 4 ,ff 3 I iii , ,U 111,21 Alexander, Baxter, Brice, L. Drake, K. Drake, Foltz Forbeck, Haney, Jobe, Josserand, Koch, Kuhns, Lewis McKale, Minaker, Putnam, Richard, Sheffield, Stover Z It Alice Freeman Palmer MW 444' OFFICERS PVL'SiIIf'l1f ,,,,,,,,.,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,..,... , ,,,, XIIRGINIA RICHARD XITCL'-Pl'6'Sii!f'17f ,,,.. .,,. K ATHRYN DRAKE Scfretnry ,,,,.,., ,,,, F RANCIS MCKALE Trcaszrrcr -. ,,,,,. JANE JOSSERAND Hisforiau ..,.I,.I,t,,,,, .,,. J ESSIE SI-IEFFIIELD 05" Sjvolzsors MRS. V. A.. DAVIS Miss HARRIET EI.cocI4 The Alice Freeman Palmer Society has been an active society on the campus since 1912. The organization takes for its ideal Mrs. Alice Freeman Palmer, former president of Wellesley College, and strives to promote the fine qualities which she possessed. In trying to develop a well-rounded life as Mrs. Palmer had, semi-monthly meet- ings of discussions of modern writers and their Works, or social gatherings are held. The meetings are lcd by members of the society or some other interested person. MEMBERS: Virginia Richard, Kathryn Drake, Frances McKale, Jane Jcsserand, Jessie Sheffield, Darliene Koch, Helen Minalaer, Henrietta Sterz La Verna Wliarton, Louise Drake, Eva Kuhns, Maxine Lewis, Edith job, Agnes Baxter, Haze Senti, Mzirjory O'Connor, Rachel Foltz, Ruth Alexander, Louise Wllitcomb, Marie Stover, Virginia orbeck, Gwenda Shepard, Helen Haney, Martha Virginia Teem, Louise Putnam, Lucille W'est, Wilnm Jean Darst,'Mary Kathry Bric Sanders, Roberta Reed. A yldbuz.. .Q fge, J 0ff4f 'L 16610-1, B. i 9 Raef Q,,,g1 M Rr I 2 Q i Qi?-fdfwlf fix. . , ZKQWZQZVUD... .35 6' 91.1 l v T921 YWCA. OFFICERS 1l'f'NilIl'l1f .. 7,,,,,, . ,,,, MARJORIE STOELZING Viz'c'-Presirlcwf ,,,, ,,,...w,..,, M AXINE LEWIS Scrrcfary ,,,,,v.,,, ,,,,, F RANCES MCKALE Trraszm-r ,,,, ,,,, T HERIESA HELLMER The Young Women's Christian Association is a fellowship of women who are seeking the meaning of life and the universe through a growing knowledge of God and a greater understanding of Jesus. The local Y. W. C. A. is affiliated with the National Intercollegiate Christian Council--a council which represents the combined Y. W. and Y. M. C. A. and several church groups throughout the United States-and the World Student Christian Federation. The association is composed of three hundred members and for convenience has organized its members into commissions: New Citizenship, Race, Creative Leisure, Candy Table, and Freshman. The committees, which the club has established are: Finance, Publicity, Program and Music, Hostess, Conference and Membership. The heads of the committees and commissions form the cabinet, the steering committee of the Y. XV. C. A. The association has stressed activities in New Citizenship, Creative Leisure, and has planned an extensive Freshman program for next fall. They cooperated actively with the Student Peace Movement this year. Delegates have been sent to the Regional Economics Conference which was held at Manhattan in February and the Sectional Cabinet Training Conference at Lawrence in April. A large delegation is planning to participate in the Estes Park Student Conference from J e 9.to 1 . 2 'Ve 011.gif X Adameck, Drake, Hellmcr, Stoelzing, Blakely, Resch, Libhart Putnam, Yost, McKale, Haskell, Schmitter, Lewis, Brooks THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 Burk Run'-Sitts, Yoder, Allison. M. Livengood, Wtirrell, E. Livengood, Smith, Brown. Miililli' Ron'-Borek, Green, Carter, Vint, Bower, Dodge, jones. Frou! Ron'-Sowder, Adameek, Lewis, Meyer Stoelving, Steclsmith, Kramper. Pfllflf Rozt'-Wfalden, XVolfc, Bierly, Jones, Baskett, O'Conner, Fenter, Kirby, Stitt. Miilillv Row-Darst, Wolfe, Miller, Stead, Bills K. Daily, Socolofsky, Rinkel, S. Daily, Klutz. Burk Row-Smith, Stevens, Dickey, Kinsey MeVay, Putnam, Herron, West, Held, McGuire u 1'iV0lIf Run'-Dm.hring, Stover, Springfeldt, Chris tenscn, Murray, Blakely, Deistcr, Zimmerman, Merely. Miiliilv Rua'-Ii. Austin, L. Austin, Hatfield Baker, Ctzmbrink, Aiker, Sehirmer, Sheff field, jesserand, Martin. Iiark RUu'4Teel, Plattre, lishnaur, Gcbhart Minner, Benz, Baxter, Miller, Bennett. Baal: Row-Baldwin, Pangbczrn, Smith, Rhoden Considine, Gustafson, Vfagncr, Hagen, Barling, Morris. Miflzflf' Row-Small, Bergman, Willigims, Hines Wliite, Griffith, Armcntrout, jones, Shannon, DcTar. Frou! Rau'-Barnaby, Hunt, Pcnner, Honeyeutt Baum, Raypholtl, Gray, Sayre, Applegate. Members of the Cabinet Myrel Yost-Citizenship Chairman. Virginia Allen-Race Chairman. Alberta Brickell-Publicity Chairman. Helen Minakcr-Finance Chairman. Louise Putnam-Program Chairman. Mercedes Sehmitter, Leora Libhart-Music Chair- men. Rosemary Blaliele-'Candy Table Chairman. a 9 s s , Darliene Ktehfilestess and Conference Chair- ITIZIH. ,Iessie Adamek-Personal and Family Relations Chairman. Maryan Brooks-Membership Chairman. Thelma Bain-Creative Leisure Chairman. E931 -Zfffiili it fi. fli- - ....,... if M --f- i r S ' gg is 'Qi is 52115 ii .. :js ew ,. ia.: E SS as E 1?t'KK3E5g 4 I 1 I . f si- V- Ka Q Delta P1 +1 "Bbw sf 'fr' ' 4. az. .' , H 3 5, .sf 1: .pi - I 4. X',I : ' I OFFICERS Q 5 .4 ,y Prvszrlwzt ,,A,,,,,,,, ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,7 K ATHRYN KAYSER j 4-.4,,'g:w E, fd Vice-P1'rsidc11z' ,,7,, ,,,7 H AROLD BECHTOLDT 'F H. 4, Sc'z'1'f'fa1'y ,,,,,,,, .. ,,,,,,,,7 IRENE NILEs ' A 9- :L T1'c'as111'v1' ,,,, ,,..A..,, D ORIS MCGUIRE ' I ' Cozznselor - ,,,.V ,,,,,,. H . E. SCHRAMMEL Q, 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, an honor society in education. 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 Pi. This fraternity was founded at the University of Illinois in 1911. At present there are one hundred and six active chapters on college and university campuses scat- tered throughout the United States. Since 1934 there have been two alumni chapters established. Iota Chapter was installed at K. S. T. C. of Emporia, March 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 Wednesday evening, May 19. MEMBERS FACULTY: F. U. G. Agrelius, Vida Askew, C. P. Baber, E. R. Barrett, Edwin J. Brown, Gertrude Brown, T. W. Butcher, V. A. Davis, Harriet Elcock, F. L. Gilson, Achsah M. Harris, W. L. Holtz, Beulah Houlton, Emma Humble, Adelaide Kauzer, Kathryn Kayser QPresidentj, Gladys Kemp, H. G. Lull, Minnie Miller, A. W. Philips, George R. R. Pflaum, XV. D. Ross, Teresa M. Ryan, H. E. Schrammel Qcounselorj, Mary Alice Seller, Maude E. Shore, Esther Swart. GRADUATES: Harold Bechtoldt QVice-Presidentj, Irene Niles CSecretaryj, Coette Newton, Edwin Payne. SENIORS: Dalton Anderson, Alberta Brickell, Helen Briggs, Geraldine Farr, Bonnie Selanders, Marion Bohn, Dorothy Noll, Pauline Shipp QHistorianj, Leo Hellmer, Jack Bell, Vida Grace Welker, Frances McKale, La Verna Wharton, Forrest Frease, Doris McGuire QTreasurerj, Margaret M. Woodmansee, Aldro Bryan, Esther Benedict, Virginia Forbeck, Kathryn Drake, Joe Sarracino, Nellie Lee Kayser, Eunice Guilfoil. PLEDGES: Dollie Tharstrom, Alice Kjellin, Doris Bolinger, W'ilson Jordan, Georgia Baker, Ruth Cheney, Maxine Lewis, Elizabeth Peters, Louise Drake, Bernard Reeble, Richard Goff, Elbert Fly, Gladden Haskell, Helen Bradford, Annabel Stone, Victor Steg, Mary jane Diggs, Ernest Plomondon, Delores Honer, Bill Martin, Aline Holmes, Everett Fuller. I 'Tal 9 f 5 . A.,"x' lu' Q-P' js i' , xi- fi ff' 1 K K pffji xkglll Of' agar .N , -i , ff-.v Cf J .dp A THE UNFLOTNER . . 1937 FRFNCH CLUB Top Rf2ll'1BCI1UCIf, Vigernon, Sitts, Brice, Rinker, Sherrard, Shepard. Drake, Stover, Griffith, Stoelzing, Pracek, Price, Clark, Loy. Seromf Row--Holman, King, W'ing, Fenter, Findley, W'alden, W'atson, Livengood, McCoy, Pritchard, Drake, Fagle, Ruskin, Anderson, Stewart, Mrrler, Josserand, Kramper, Hilliard, Alexander, Schmitter, Gcimley, Blakely, Murray, Schneider, Bell, Williiiiiis, Lancaster, McKale, Brown. lfiriri Run'-Ambrose, Dr. Mosher, Mesher III, Miller CSponsorj, Farr QPresidentj, Fdwards QVice-Presi- dentj, Peters CSecretary-Treasurerj, Schmutl CSong Lenderj, Vfagener, Hidalgo, Aiken, Clough, Butcher, Sterz, Kilmer, Tharnstrom, Kirby, Nielsen, Frease. GERMAN CLUB TIII7 Rau'-Baird, Tinklin, Copeland, Riemer, Deister, Brown, XX'ilhite, Steelsmith, Loyd, Deal, Brickey, Cramm, Baumgartner, XVagner. Mizfille Row-Smith, Frame, Reed, Sheppard, Roger, Hill, Hahn, Miller, Anderson, Dexcn, Sanders, Mahoney, Ptacek, McKale, Kleiber, Trucsdell, XVebber, Kinsey, Anderson. Bollom R0lL'mAHLJff111211, Rentncr, Steg, Benrhrup, Butcher, Radke, Aiken, Moot, Schmutz, Taylor, Doty, Miller. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Le Cercle Francais is an organization composed of French students and others interested in the language. A luncheon each week and a monthly program of talks on France, sketches from French plays, or French songs and games give the members cppertunity to speak French at an informal meeting. This year the French movie, "Marie Chapdelaincf' was presented at the Granada Theater, and a play, "Le Medecin Malgre Lui," was given by students. DER DEUTSCI-IE VEREIN Der Deutsche Verein is an organization for German students and others interested in the German language. The club meets once a month and holds a luncheon once zu month. Programs consist of songs, talks in German, games, and lectures. A German movie, "Friederike," was sponsored by the club, a one- act play, "W'er Hat GeWonnen?', was given by members of the group as part of Modern Langauge evening. l9Si aaa 255:15 -:s :1.'::: a :a 1:2:as::s5:s:e:5s5EE: 1:22 592, es W-X 2 ,. fsifili' 5,2315 Ezilgkil iff? illl. is s Erika? ll U is as liii xl all 3,55 - if is 1 145 1 ',i' ss 'S EIEE: Q S . H - ... T011 Raza'--Andersen, Bohn, Foster, Nicore, Stone, XVingrave, Vfest, Anderson. Miififlz' Ron'--Robertson, Rinker, Tholen, jordan, Lilley, Ames, Vignernn, Briggs, Kipling. Boilnlu Row-Heyl, Derieks, Divers, Prof. Parke, Bohn, Loomis, Clarkston, Turner. Tuff Rau'-Astlc, Gates, llllis, Herron, Holland, Owens, Vgirvel, Saferite. Miifilli' Ron'-Fnrraeino, Morris, Gwsley, R. Owsley, A. Lewis, Jcnhnsmeyer, Ellis. Boffom Row-Carr, Davison, Lonmis, Prof. Hiett, Beuchat, Clevengcr, Nichols. Commerce Club OFFICERS 1'r'i',iiifi'11f ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , N ,,,,, , Vritxox Loomis Vi: 1'-l'1'4'siili'I1f . . lloii SARRALZINO Serrr-fuijv-Trenx11ri'r , .. .. . .... .... . . . .... .... ..... . N 1u1.isA B1tUc:HA'r Sjmuxorx . ,... ,, DR. Pici4i.T'i, Pkoi. Hui'1'T, Pitolf. PARKI5 The Commerce Club is Q1 part of the activities of the Commerce Department. The membership includes any student who is taking work in etmmeree or who is interested in it. Throughout the year business men ef the community appear before the group to give thc students a more thorough under- standing of their subject. lt is in this manner thnt the Commerce Club attains its end: that of aequainting the students with the business world and with modern business methods. lt has been shown in ll recent survey that mere cemmerce teachers in the high schoels of Kansas are trained at Iimporini State Teachers College than at any other college. The Commerce Club is a further training for the future teachers and business men, and it endeavors to prepare them for their work by presenting a glimpse of the business world to them. The club meets each month. The annual Cvmmerce Club banquet is held in April. l 96 T i fb .iv THE UNFLOWER . .1937 UPPER PICTURE Toy Run'-Kinnami.n, Marsh, Miller, Stout, W'ilhite, Gulde. M. Bohn, H. Bohn, Marsh, Bonne Miifilfe Raza'-NX"agiiei', L. Mentver, Herron, Farney, Rasmussen, Decker, Coffman, Ames, klohnsmeyer, Xvilch, Hughes Bollazn Ruiz'-Tcstorf, Edwards, Calkins, Ross, Roper, A. Mentver, Singular, Dewey, Daniel, Gould LOVVER PlC'l4URE T011 R014-Nash, Owens, l.evi'is, Varvel, Huffman, Dunham, Duer, W'alters. Auten Miilille Rim'-C1:pel.1ml. D. Morten, Nelson, Anderson, King, NVickland, Saferite, Hidalgo, Riley Blfffillll li1llL'7CllillliCF, Sccggin, Dreasher, Klcepper, Cramm. Plummer, R. Morton, Johnston, Roby .MC.A. OFFICERS l'i'e.wifle11l 77 7 7 7 AUSTIN M. Mi1N'1'zicR PAUL Enxvfxans Viet'-P1'f'xirff'11f 77 7 Sl't'!'f'ftlI'-1' 77 7 PAUL DANIELS TI'f'll.VIlI'L'7' ,,,, 77 77 ROBERT TIisToR1'1f Ewfzzfizz' St'C'V'l'fllI'j' 7 77 77 77 Roniam' Tl'.S'l'OIlI-'I-' Boarfl Pl't'.YflIIt'IIf 77 77 7 Du. M. XVI-ISI,KY ROPICR FfflC'lllf-Y Aalrisnr' 7 77 ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 7 77 77 7 77 77 7 7 77 7 E. il. CALKINS Plans for the "Y" year were made in the Estes Conference in June which is one of the most important meetings in the national Y. M. C. A. movement. Four delegates from Emporia State Teachers College were among the hundreds of students from colleges and universities of the Mid-West who met to outline and formulate the program for 1936-37. Activities on the campus began in September. All the men students were the guests of the "YU at a Wiener roast at the first of the semester. A campus tour for the new students was also sponsored by the Club. An all-school mixer climaxed the social activities for the first semester. The Y. M. C. A. conducts the Y Book Exchange from which finances are derived. Orvin Willaite served as manager this yea1'. l97l S Q aw? mgem slew? 23523 ig ' Times ,saws Jw' .... R. my gzip, seg i f Zim' 3325 . N' Q is' 5-2225 . Ne 2321 'Q avgzga feat? 555. . fs 5 2 A A , W ye . sg 2? f V s .Q gl :Egg 33 ss 7? , as ss rg , 5-.wif 9 ab 1533 so? 5 4 egg -Q Q t 1 ws 9 Q .3-Q .,. 35552 sees li get Q 5 1 sf 98 Top Ron'--Koch, Shipley, Farr, Shipp, Gilman, Green, Dunham, Griffith. Kirby, Briggs Mizlrffe ROIL'mN. Hunt, Lewis, Stoelling, Olson, Cater, NV. Hunt, XY'ard, McKale, Butcher, Guilfoil, Smith, Hasliell, Swenson, Baker ' Buflow Koa'-Bell, Huffman, Kays, Diggs, Tharnstrom, Benedict, XX'agner, Peters if -slr will w Om ego Li te1'o1'y Society OFFICERS Prvxidwzf 7 7 77 77 7 77 7 77 7 77 7 DoL1.Y THARNSTROM Viz'c'-Pwfxiflfflzf 7 7 7 lVlARY JANE DIGGS Sent-fai'y 77 77 EsTHEit B1cNEnIr:'r 'Fl'f'6lXIll'CI' 7 7 7 7 7 LAURA KAYS l'Ii.rfm'ia1z 7 NIAURINE XVAGNli1K SIJOIISOTS Miss. J. XV. MrXYBl'1liIiY, Miss l7AYl-. l1U1iFNIAN The Omega Literary Society is a study club which meets twice a month for dis- cussions of the trends in the literary field. Emphasis is laid on the modern phases of literature. Omega was organized in 1902 as a debate group but since it has taken as its pur- pose the encouragement of friendship, leadership, and literary achievement. The club is the oldest organized group on the campus. Only those women who have attended college at least one semester and who maintain a high scholastic standing are eligible for membership. The organization maintains two loan funds. One is designed for the use of under- graduates, the other is for the graduate students. Members: Georgia Baker, Elva Bell, Esther Benedict, Helen Briggs, Marvan Brooks, Mary Louise Butcher, Dorothy Cater, Helen Clark, Mary Jane Diggs, Rachael Dunham, Geraldine Farr, Esther Gilman, Gwendolyn Green, Helen Griffith, Eunice Guilfoil, Gladden Haskell, Theresa Hellmer, Nadine Hunt, Wanda Hunt, Laura Kays, Margaret Kirby, Darliene Koch, Maxine Lewis, Francis McKale, Virginia Olson, Eliza- beth Peters, Pauline Shipp, Hana Pearl Shipley, Edith Smith, Marjorie Stoelzing, Hazel Swenson, Dollie Tharnstrom, Maurine XVagner, Laura Wilfd, Margaret Wfoodmansee. l THE UNFLOWER . .1937 Back R010-Anderson, Murray, Blakely, Osborn, Pulley Ifronf Rau'-Ozenberger, Moore, Garrett, Meyer, Bain, Fenter, Bush, Rodee Alphathenjum OFFICERS Prvsizfczzf Miumiao GiXllRI4,1'T Viet'-Prz'si1ft'11f ., ,, ., W BETTL BUSH Secretary , ,,,, ,,,,,,,, , JOAN PETERSON Sergrvulf-ai-Arvzs , ,,,, KATHEMNE POLLEY SIIOIIXOVS Mus. ELSIE PINIE Miss DELLA XVARlJliN Miss BEULAH Mmiiiz 7 J The Alphathenian Literary Society is an active organization of college women especially interested in the studying and reading of current literature. The society was organized in 1921. Keeping as its motto, "Esse Quod Videref, the group meets twice a month to review books, plays, and poetry. Once a year a "creative" meeting is spon- sored to which members bring and display any original compositions. The outstanding social events during the year are the Rushee Breakfast, the Annual Christmas Dinner, and the Annual Spring Party. Members: Audrey Anderson, Thelma Bain, Rosemary Blakely, Bette Bush, Anna Margaret Considine, Virginia Decker, Georgia Fenter, Mildred Garrett, Lois Geist, Florence Hatcher, Helen Keene, Ellyn Kramper, Agnes, Lewin, Avis Merryfield, Eliza- beth Murray, Elizabeth Osborn, Dorothy Ozenberger, Betty Parris, Linda Penner, Joan Peterson, Alice Peyton, Katherine Polley, Betty Rinker, Dolly Rodee, Arline Schau- bacher, Margaret Sward, Vida Grace Welker, Margorie Booz. T991 ggi? s 45. 1 3333 ii 'QQ ia: ii, ji' filsfsvl was as ff, Ji it . . NS, s .Q Aw. 'YEA a 14 eva ,glass .QQ as B, ' A I .151 .652 saw? W259? 'fgirsivgg ggjgigf s 511- xi ri s. st 5 , s 9 wiv V X ,S Wai Sas Qi Viral A K MSM ,mfg 'S gs R 4 Zi, 5 we isis ami: 5599 egg 3 vfiffs M its A26 mga? iam ag, A LN? W ggi? ,as at 4 Wifi Ska 52? 1 13, 33 -5q:-:oB:44f:-:- 1 :yi 4 3 6 Q k 1. 4 N S K is f . K 2 as Qt' 425 as Ri tags? awglwf -'wwe , 5 dw? 3' 5 X Q sg 6 5 599 gb 9 ag 6 S Z1 Z, 'firms 25322 235 f 4? sys Sis '2 , sw t D aye A as 'af D UPPER PICTURE Top Rau'-Terry, W'ilccx, Rockey, Shepard, Vance, Young, Allsbury Bflilllllll' Row-Kleepper, -Ichnson, Sitts, Bourbon, Anderson Caerariusj, Vint, Peters, Sipes, hlohnsmeycr, Overstrcet, Triemer Bolluut Row-Bailey, Holtz fsponsorj, Aeschliman, Reid, McKale, Selanders Ceonsulj, Ifmery, Truesdell, Chaffee, Page LOWER PICTURE Top Row-Sprecher, Shepherd, Gooch Ceonsulj, Royer, Harper, Godderl IVIIJJI1' Ron'-Hague, Rcmine, Boone, Finnerty, Loyd, Hill, Lewin, Hidalgo, Clark, Deekard Boflom Raw-XVilliams Qtibicenj, Stead, Brunner, Hoover, Allen, Mentzer, Gizuld, Diggs fseribaj, Mentzer, Senti Sodalitas Latina MCMXIIII-MCNIXXVII SF'IIfL'l1ffIlZ Exiff11i11u::1e1'o sed hello L'iz'izlu I'fl'fIlS O MAGISTRATUS Cwmflm ,. ,. ,,r,, ..,, B. MAE SELANDERS ET P. Goocll Svrilm ,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,, .. .. ,.,,,,,, .. M. JANE Dlocs Avriarins ,,,. . ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, A . ANDERSON Tibicimz . .. ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,' . ' ' . C. ALWYN WILLIAMS Cnsmx .. , .,,,,..,.,, .. ,,,,,,., .. ,,,, C. CLAIVDIUS ALLSBURY Sjwxzsores . ,. ,.,.,, .,.,,,.., M . Aucr SiaL1,ux ET LEROY HOLTZ Comment: The Latin Club with an average attendance of about fifty at the monthly meetings was considerably larger this year than it has been in the past few years. The programs which the group has had proved interesting and profitable. The Saturnalia was celebrated in a festive manner. The "Cena Romana" in March proved a delightful occasion. Credo: We believe that the study of Latin and the humanities affords I1 sound basis for American education which can be made in no other way, that state and nation will be better for a wider study of Latin in school and college. P. Gooch ct B. Mae Selanders, Consulibus, et M. Jane Diggs, Scriba 100l 1 i l u N., fl HISTORY AND GOVFRBINTELXIT CLUB-UPPER PICTURE Toll Row-Royer, Lewin, Roekey, Owen, james Varvell, Lewis, Klcepper, Ahlstrcm, Shelley, Sehmutl, Sehenkel, Anderson Tfrirrl Ron'-Boertman, Rasmussen, Klien, Truesdell, Bcwers, Keplar, B. Smith, Fansler, Putnam, Ross, Helen Bradford, Lang, Price, Considine, Wfilliams, Peters, Caldwell, Brice, Haskell, Reimer, Rohrman. Blakely, Rodeo, Wfharton, Thomas, Abbott, Ward, Baker, Vint, Mosher SUVUIIAI Kon'--Sward, Diggs, Thrasher, Stewart, Gould, Hatfield, Fuller, Hunt, Lewis, Frease, Moore, Selanders, Hendricks, Goslin, Knorpe, Smith, Forbeek Iiixdtl Ron'--Stewart, Burke, Austin, Albright, Eshelman, jones, Mallett, Wkod, W'ilcoX, Astle SPANISH CLUB-LQXVER PICTURE T011 Ron'-Sibrel, Crippen, Barnaby, Dauner, Frame, Cray, Diggs, Nielson, Blakely, Hoch, Lund, Bohn, Roulund Miilrfli' Row-Miller, Slough, 'XVing, Stoelzing, Tharnstrom, McLenon, Stead, Allen, Sterz, Doty, Kilmer, Lewis, Shannon, Harrison, Aiken Iiirxf Row-Ahlstrnm, Kearney, Baum, Dunham, Hidalgo, Ramirez, Henderson, W'hitmore, Hogan, Springfeld, Bottorf HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT CLUB The History and Government Club is composed of students interested in the social sciences. It is one of the oldest organizations on the campus since it came into existence in 1915. The club meets the third Wednesday in the month. The programs include the study and discussion of the problems which confront the students of the field of social science. Round table discussions are also a part of their activities. The feature event of the year is the spring picnic. . SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is an aid to all students in the department in that it acquaints them with the history, the geography, the cultural background, and the life and social conditions of Spanish-speaking countries. In addition to the club activities, the Spanish Club presents a one-act play for the Modren Language Night. The play given this year was a combination of the two plays, "Un Norteamerican en Mexico" by Ramboz and "No Pumadoresn by Benavente. J J lil THE UNFLowER..1937 A 0,3fsl,ffr l101l YQ 9 - 'YXI-Q 6.-I-.---v L..-,B-s..OC ..... ASA an A! A yy 1 QQ-u-Sl.. Sag N 3 'rs Read. Q - M ,777 tg tzzii Si- f1:4,X o.,N-., x.x.+-.CE11 nd. .fuss 11-hs. 555.-J-k.k9.. 'l'0jI RIiIl"X7L19S.ll", Kei-li, llarrell, Iflaslnver, C, Shtnlts, W'illi1IIns:zII, litltly, l L N " Schaeffer, Brown 'l'f1II'Il Run'-Hensley, llugglies, Slough, Applegate, liolinger, Murphy, Biiriiap, Shelley, Hull, Sager, Ciger Swrillil Run m'BClgll12Il1, W'ise, Daily. Smith, -less, Yi'eax'er, Ricliard, Semi, Smith, Runyon Iinflum Roll'-Decker, Click, Turner, Furman, Clark Cox, Recble, Davidson, w7l1CClCl', Soudurs, Jolinseu, DeMott EMMA GRIDLEY ABT CLUB P!'l'SfllC'llf 77 77 77 7 ,,,, 77 ,,,,,, 7 7 77 77 GENIQ SOUIJIZRS Vim'-l'I'r7viJf'11l 7 77 77 NOLA IJAVIDSON Sl'l'l't'flJl"ij! 77 77 7 7 77 77 77 LUIS RIQERLIQ Sjmuxor 7 77 Miss VIRGINIA vVHI:EI.l-ZR The Art Club, or anized in 1923, is one of the re ular activities s onsored by the . U g D I S I P . . de artment which IS now Linder the direction of Professor H. Francis ames and Miss up - . 1 VIr Inia XVheeler. Each s rin a lar e number of students and facult and towns- S A 12 g g D Y V people go on the Art Pilgrimage to the Nelson Museum of Art IH Kansas City. fhe club sponsors the Beaux Art Ball each spring. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB PI'l'Xi!fC'lIf 7 77 77777 77 7 777777777 EDNA LOUISE TURNER Vive-P1'vsiJw1f 77 7777 7777 D ORIs BOLINc514:R Sr'c'I'f'hz1'y 77 77777 7777 7 7 IUARLII-QNli KOCH TTl'0SIll'F1' 7 VIRGINIA RICIIARIJS Spmzmr 7 7 77777 liUTH V. SIMPSON The Home Economics Club endeavors to acquaint the students with actual condi- tions and situations arising in home life and in teaching of the subject. The organiza- tion became a member of the National and State Home Economics Association last year. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month. 102 l THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 1 UPPER PICTURES! Top Row: Holman Coffman, Lockard T i n k 1 i n, Frame, Smith, M a h o n e y Johnson, Decker, 'VCE- land. Nelson. D. Mor- ten. Vann. Warren Middle Row: Roby Childers, R. Morten G e o r g e, Kready. Gardner, Anderson. Bedwell, B r i c k e y. Whinery. Wicklund Burton, Coats. Bot- tom row: C. Hull. Hensley, Blackman, Bryan, Eddy, C. Ter- ry, McCullough, Hughes, Vassar. D. Terry, Baird. Bollin- ger, Hughes. Miller, ILOWER PICTURE! Top row: R. Boone, Dreasher, Filmore, D a V i s 0 n. Laughin, Langvzirdt, Ferguson, Roby. Middle row: Pendergraft, Burk- holder. Crenshaw. Schaffer, D e c k e r, J o h n s o n, Bacon, Dressler, Gray, Wal- liser, Scoggin. Front row: Decker, Shan- non, Cztrnine, Wil- liams, Telleison, J. Boone, Fitzwater, B. Gwinn, E. Gwinn, Glztdfeltor. CHEMISTRY CLUB OFFICERS Prexidwizi ..,,., ,. . ,,,,, . ., . ., . ALDRO BRYAN Viff'-P!'l'Si1IC'l.7f .,,.,, ,. .. .,,,, ,,,. . . . JARTES BAIRD Sz'm'efz11'y-TWaslzifffr DOROTHY TERRY, NORMA TAYLOR Slnmzsor ,,,,,,, , ,,,,. .,,,, , . , .. .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W L. E. BLACKMAN The Chemistry Club is composed of chemistry students and others who are in- terested in the subject. The club studies the works of the modern scientists and the value of their contributions. The organization meets twice ri month, The activities of the year are elimaxed with the annual spring banquet. Dr. Taft of the University of Kansas was the speaker of the evening this year. COLLEGIATE 4-H CLUB OFFICERS Ifrvmlmt ,, ..,,,., ,,., ,.,. . WIl.l.lS DECKER Vim'-l'1'0xiif011f ,. H HAZEL FITZWATIQR Sf'l'1"C'flIl'Jf-,Fl'f'cl.Y1l1'l'Y W . ., . , . JOYQL BOONE Sponsor , ,,,..,., . ,. .. , , ,, . ., ., . , . ,. C. F. GLKIlI"ELT'ER The Collegiate 4-H Club was organized for the purpose of training students in the work so they can further the movement in communities when they teach. The club studies the various policies and trends in modern agriculture. During the year ci num- ber of guest speakers have set forth plans to them for the betterment of the 4-H work. i103 ., 5 f ,. , 55 :f y VZ' f , . ,,..,,,, wi' ' I?" 21 :ir i . ii 1 5 if reygggig ,f5?'?-in '54 A feng, ' af' sf' . ,Qsswfi .L 69, ' ...Eg miie V , Q 5 : :" 5k:k:::..x " ISE1,:555:' , fifi S? ..: .... :a::ggse:f5 .. 3232 QZYSR s 1 5 ,Kew R-g f js. . ' We A itil-mi -1 er? T., .,.. I QQ -xv E Q is ,. as i s iw Q Q .0 W l104l In presenting this yearbook to the students, the Sunflower Staff wishes to thank all those who have made it possible-the administration, the de- partments, and the students. With- out their sincere cooperation, we could not have edited a book. Any errors occurring herein are uninten- tional, and for any such mistakes we humbly apologize. We have en- deavored to create a Ucollegiate scraphookn that will recall a pleas- ant, overflowing school year. THE STAFF. THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 "Call " for Progress . . SOPHQMORES 105 , .:::a::::u:: . El" "EEi:E28E r:- f:w:?q::bi v5 .,.:,. , . . fi gf-'wi Q, g'ss3gf3? ' 4. E32 .,e2 S525 338 Q? W ws isis, 'EW 25522 Qgfwiii EES QM 22 g?51'Igf. 5,335 w gs? Magi .3125 . Q Seems SE sg, gg. ",sg3f' kia? if D , . .0 , 2 A me , A . 3 z V QE A :X ai fi QS 4' 2 ABBOTT, ELIZABETH EILEEN .,,. Alta Vista Home Economics Club: Kindergarten Club: Art Club AHLSTROM, ALBERT NEIL ,,,,,.,,..,.,,.... Reading Mu Epsilon Nu: History and Government Club: Spanish Club ALEXANDER, DONALD J. YYYYYYYYY...YY....Y..... PTH!! Mu Epsilon Nu: Latin Club: Men's Glee Club: Symphonic Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Band ALLEN, VIRGINIA ETHEL ..,,,,,, Leavenworth Y. W. C. A.: Winnetasl-ra: Latin Club: Spanish Club AMBROSE, ALBERT FREDRIC ,,....,, Benedict French Club AMES, MILES ............. ................A............ E mzwfia Y. M. C. A.: Mu Epsilon Nu: Mathematics Club: Commerce Club AMRINE, ABBIE ARNOLD .. New Orleans, La. Alpha Sigma Alpha: History and Govern- ment Club ANDERSON, ANNABEL ,,...,...f.... .....A. O Sb0f7l6' ANDERSON, BRUCE ELTON ,,.. ..... C hapman Phi Sigma Epsilon ANDERSON, HAZEL ..............eeeeeeeeeeee..Lef .ef.... H we Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A. ANDERSON, PAUL WOODRON ,... Osage City Commerce Club: History and Government Club: Mu Epsilon Nu: Print Shop ANDERSON, ROBERT L. ...................... Emporia German Club: Science Club: Sigma Tau Gamma ARNETT, CLAUDE ..... .... E mporia Phi Delta Chi AUSTIN, KIRK B. ..........,.......,............... Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilon: Football: Industrial Arts Club AUTEN, LLOYD DONALD ........... , .......,. Eureka Commerce Club: Debate: Mu Epsilon Nu: Y. M. C. A.: Young Democratic Club BAIRD, BERNICE MARGARET .......... Emporia Winnetaska: Y. W. C. A. BAIRD, JAMES A. .....,.. .... Dodge City Phi Sigma Epsilon BAYSINGER, CAROL ............................ Emporia Y. W. C. A.: Chorus: Orchestra: Spanish Club ll06l "Qu THE DRAMATICS CLASS WORKS OUT BENNETT, ELIZABETH ..,...,....,............ Emporia Rhythmic Circle: Sphinx Club, Sec.: Sun- flower Staff: French Club: Y. W. C. A. BENNETT, MARY ALICE ,.. .... Eskridge Y. W. C. A. BERGMAN, MARIE .................................. Newton Winnetaska: Y. W. C. A.: Chorus: Home Economics Club BIERLY, HELEN LUCILE .............. Westphalia Y. W. C, A.: Chorus: History and Govern- ment Club: Archery BOLINGER, DORIS ,,,,,,,.,,.,...,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,, Buckliil. Pi Kappa Sigma: Home Economics Club, Vice-Pres.: Chemistry Club: Pan-Hellenic BORTON, IMOGENE ............... . .......,.. Heringfon Band: Women's Glee Club: Symphonic Choir: Mixed Chorus BOWER, LEOTA DELIA ,.......,,....,...,....... Irving Y. W. C. A.: Winnetaska: History and Gov- ernment Club BOWERS, MARGARET ...... ...... N eodesha Sigma Sigma Sigma BOWMAN, DOROTHY .,.......... .... E lgin Winnetaska: Y. W. C. A. BRICE, MARY CATHERINE ...... Junction City French Club: History and Government Club BRIOKEY, HAROLD .....................,........ Emporia Chemistry Club: Biology Club: German Club: Sting-Slingers, Vice-Pres, BURLING, TINY .,....,,........................,.,. Arlington Winnetaska: History and Government Club: Y. W. C. A. BURNETT, WOODY .....Y.......... COTIIUZIIIJ S117'l7l-QS Mu Epsilon Nu: Mathematics Club BUSH, BETTE ,............ ............................. D ouglass Alphathenian Literary Society, Vice-Pres.: History and Government Club BYRD, VIRGINIA .......................... Yates Center Winnetaska: French Club: Y. W. C. A. CABLE, LAVONE .............................. Cedar Vale Sigma Sigma Sigma CALDWELL, MAX .,.. ...... A ztell Band: Chorus CAMERON, ETHEL ...... ,.... W ilsey Y. W. C. A. w l l l l l l l l l l l l THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 ABBOTT AHLSTROM ALEXANDER ALLEN AMBKUSE AMES . -' 5 ' 9'.L:"lq5 WA N-SPH , ,, AMRINE ANDERSON, A. ANDERSON, B. ANDERSON, H, ANDERSON, P. ANDERSON, R. K P ?i?f A RNBTT AUSTIN ALT'l'HN IKAIRD BAIRIU, J. HAYSINGEH BENNETT IIEXY!'1T'i', BI. BEHG MAN BIERLY TZOLINGER BURTON BOWER BOWERS BOWM AN BHICE BRILTKHY BUHLING K fjggfifT 4 i . N Ebgu LEWQQQI iiwE9JhSQ,E 2 2 , 1 fl ' W' x - gg Q mm,2 , - , ,X xE'- dim 1333 '- f-:M :Ir , 15.1 ,- -iqbg gi Z ,,,. .iz . I-if K .." 3 . if BURNETT BUSH BYRD CABLE CALIIXYIELL CAMERON l107l f :aj gggw X E N .Lv 33? N .. ..: 225. -' 2,7 wav? 5 feeseifi V Q 'WV A 'X Nfwyiiik ww' N533 awww WW 'W"gf4 QQWW mvawbv ff wx mg W3 W waw3i 3 Q SSWW WW Q0 My QQQQQY' Q K 'f gg J Y Zgffgm fi 5? fi 6??Zf'?M whwwgwwixggiwdififeiwww wiwiw wwwg W piiifwmf My, , iw Q 9 .I 55st zzwwjf f 54:2 x pgfye tazsez' S lima QQ ' " ge Aviv? 'if 1. 52 Q' W W ga ,BVS QE 2, , T536 K 491' .SS 39 NS':Se5Ls wig? sw - 12 S582 ggsww 2 ' if 1255 CHILDERS, RICHARD .. .. ,,,,,,,, Chapman Phi Delta Chi. Sgt.-at-Arms: Chorus: Band: Sunflower Staff: Men's Glee Club: Wood- wind Quintet. CHRISTENSON. LAURENCE W Y,,. Millef Mu Epsilon Nu: Chemistry Club CLARK. DORT ,,,, ,,,,,, . . ,,,,,YV,,V W6lli7lUf01l Kappa Sigma Epsilon CLARK. EDWIN ,VV,,VVV,Y VYYYVV Elllpflfifl Madrigalians: Chorus: Men's Glee Club: Symphonic Choir: Mu Epsilon Nu: Y. M. C. A.: Freshman Play CLEVENGER, MILDRED ,,,, ,,,, K ingsdown Winnetaska COFFMAN, HAROLD . ,,,, .. ,,,,,,, Overbrook Mu Epsilon Nu: Chemistry Club: Mathe- matics Club: Y. M. C. A. COMBRINK, BETTIE ...........i... .... H aaelivn Winnetaska: Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A. CONKLE, DONNA . .,....... ..ff.. , N ..,Yf --,f- T 01797511 Theta Sigma Upsilon: Woodwind Quintet Orchestra: Band: COONEY, BASIL . ..i. Oak Hill Phi Delta Chi COOP, FORREST ....... ,,,Y,,,......,Y,,fY,, - - ---ff 5659711 Commerce Club: Mathematics Club: Mu Epsilon Nu COVERT. CAROL ...... T0P97Cll Delta Sigma Epsilon COWAN. ROBERT ....... ......... ............... , K Pllfkef' Y. M, C. A.: Chemistry Club: Mathematics Club: Science Club: German Club COX, HARRIET ......... ......... .... . . . ......... Meade Emma Gridley Art Club: Y. W. C. A. CREMER, BETTY , ,,.. .. ........ ...... E mporia Alpha Sigma Alpha: Emma Gridley Art Club: Sunflower Staff CRIPPEN, ALMA RUTH .... .... . Kingsinan Y, W. C. A.: Latin Club: Spanish Club: Wirmetaska CRUM, CATHERINE . .. . Lyndon Splash Club DAVIDSON. MARGARET H H .... .... G Oddllfd Winnetaska: Collegiate 4-H Club DAVIDSON, MILDRED .... ..., . .. .... Dillon Y. W. C. A.: Primary-Kindergarten Club F1081 WHAT! A HAY RACK RIDE? DAVIS, VINCENT . ,. .. ...... .... . .. Emporia Phi Delta Chi: History and Government Club DAY, GLADYS . .. .............. ...... .... .... . B 1 zrrton Winnetaska: Geography Club: Chorus DECKER, XVILLIS . .............. .. .... ..... G oddard Y. M, C. A.: Collegiate 4-H Club: Industrial Arts Club DIMON. MARY MARGARET . ,,.. ...... Club: Chemistry Clmnute Chorus: Women's Glee Club: Madrigalians: Symphonic Choir DOYLE, AGNES .. .......,. .......... . Holton Delta Sigma Epsilon: Debate DUBOIS. ROBERT .... ................. . Bu1'Zingrz'n1e Mu Epsilon Nu DYCK. AUGUSTE .... .... , ...... .... .... . I I alsfead Primary-Kindergarten Club, Pres. EAGLE. BILL W .......... .... . .. .. ........ Emporia EDDY, FLORENCE .. .. . . . Garfield Home Economics Club EDSON, DONNA ELLEN ..........,.,........ . Lakin Commerce Club: Physical Education Club EICHOLTZ. VIRGINIA Abilene Alpha Sigma Alpha ELDER, IDA MAE ,, . Alpha Sigma Alpha: Y. JJ. ELLIS. CECIL .... .. .. , .... Eureka C. A. Kingsdown ENGLER. BILLY .. .. .... Chrlpnmn Sigma Sigma Sigma: Homecoming Queen ESI-INAUR. EDNA ..... . .... Cullison EVERIST. GWENDOLYN .... . ,,., , . Cliflnute Phi Mu Gamma: Splash Club EVERITT, IRIS H YYV. W Y. I Cmtcorzliu Primary-Kindergarten Club FENTER. GEORGIA ..,,.. .....,, , ., Wellinglon Alphathenian Literary Society: French Club: Y. W. C. A.: Winnetaska: Sigma Pi Sigma THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 all f""5 gg: 41' l'IIll.IlliH9 l'HRIS'I'ENSEN CLARK FLAIIK, E, 1'I,EVI'INt1E!I UNH-'MAN Y . COMHIHNK CONKLE COUNIQY COOP COVEHT CTOWAN COX CRT-ZMICH i'HIPH'IN VRVM DAVIDSON DAVIDSUN. M, J. DAVIS DAY DECKHR DUKOY UOYLPI DCBGIS DYVK HALIIAE2 IZDDY ICIDSOX KIf'Hl.U'I'Z l'IY,Ili-LR 4-V ELLIS ENGIRR IQSIINAVR PIVICRIST I-IYI'1RIT'l' I-'liN'l'Eli f109l FITZWATER, HAZEL ,,., Morganuille FLUMMER. GEORGE ,,,,,,, ,,,, . . ,.,.,,..,,,.,. Eureka Y. M. C. A.: Commerce Club: Mu Epsilon Nu FUNK, LILLIAN . ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, YY,.,,..,. M a nhattan Science Club: Geography Club GABLE, LOIS . ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, .,,, . . Milton Geography Club: Debate GEBHARDT, MARJORIE ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,Y,, . . Emporia Y. W. C, A.: Primary-Kindergarten Club GEIST, LOIS ,,,,,,,,....,,. ,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,Y,Y,,,,,. Chapman Primary-Kindergarten Club: Alphathenian Literary Society GEORGE, KENNETH . ,,,,. Strong City Phi Sigma Epsilon GILLIS. GERALDINE ,,,, ,,,, E rie Sigma Sigma Sigma GILMAN, ROBERT ,,,,,.,, .... M adison Sigma Tau Gamma GOOD. VERNIS ,,,,,,,,, ,.,,, K elso Spanish Club GOULD, PHILIP ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,YY,,Y ..Y.....,. P i6d1ilO'lt Student Council: Y. M. C. A.: Sunflower Staff: Latin Club: History and Government Club GRAY, ALBERT Burlmgtwz GRIFFITH, HELEN ...... ............................ T opcka French Club: History and Government Club: Omega Literary Society: Winnetaska: Sophomore, Sec, and Treas.: Young Repub- lican Party, Sec. and Treas. HAINLINE, WILMA ............. .................. E 1IL12OTia Wimietaska: Primary-Kindergarten Club HARBAUGH, THURALENE ........ ..... C Oldwater Y. W. C. A.: Sigma Pi Sigma: Geography Club: Pi Kappa Sigma HATFIELD, HELEN . ........... ....... .......... C 1.4 lliS01L Winnetaska: History and Government Club: Y. W. C. A. HATHAWAY, IRENE ...... Robinson Pan-Hellenic HEAVNER, JACK ....... Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma: Band I 110 J THE PAUSE THA"I.'-- HENDERSON, BILLY . ............................... Pratt Band: Orchestra: Brass Quartet: Brass Quintet: Menls Glee Club: Chorus: Debate HILL, JOHNNY .,.. ,,VV , Harper Sigma Tau Gamma HOCKENSMITH, STELOUISE ...,,, ,,,A,,, A bilene Alpha Sigma Alpha: Primary-Kindergarten Club HOGAN, DALE .... .... H amilion Phi Delta Chi HOGLUND, DONALD STANLEY , ,,,,,,,,,, Miller Mu Epsilon Nu: Track: Industrial Arts Club HOLMAN, VERNON .,,,,,,, , ,YV,,V , Sharon Phi Delta Chi: Chemistry Club: Print Shop HOOD, LEROY .... ........... . .. Aiehison Kappa Sigma Epsilon: Band: Orchestra HORN, HELEN . .... . .. . Glasco HOROSKO, STEVE .,... Kcmsus City HORTON. ESTELLA ....... ....... H utcltinson HOWARD, HAZEL .. ,..,,,, ,YY,YY, G arngti Delta Sigma Epsilon HUBER, LESTER ....... ..........Y .... .... P o w huttan Mu Epsilon Nu: Basketball JEFFERSON. GERALDINE .. ......... ....... G arnell Sigma Sigma Sigma: Alice Freeman Palmer JEFFERSON, JO ANN . .... ........ ........ G arnett Alice Freeman Palmer: Y. W. C. A. JENKINS, MELBA ....... ..... .... ................... S e n eca Alpha Sigma Tau: Primary-Kindergarten Club JENSON, LILLIAN ...... .... E Uerest JOHNSON, KENNETH . ..... ..........,. Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilon: Agriculture Club, Pres.: Collegiate 4-H Club: Men's Glee Club: Symphonic Choir: Chorus JOHNSON, SUSAN ..........,. ........ ....... . . Potwin Theta Sigma Upsilon, Vice-Pres.: Sigma Pi Sigma: Commerce Club: Pan-Hellenic , ,V THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 FITZWATER FLIQJIMER FUNK GABLE Cl!-ZIiIiAllIVl' LZEIST . Q :. .b S. . L ,. df, 1 in uf f 1 SQL ' L- ' ' ' Q A !9!+l0RGI'I GILLIS K GILMAN GOUD A GRH"FITH HAINLINE HAHHAUGH lIATFlEI.Il HENDERSON HILL !IOL'KbINSMl'l'll HOGAN .+- 'fix' ...F I HUGH HORN NUIQUSKO HURTUN .lEIYFI'1RrSOFE .IEH-'I-IILSUN. J, JENKINS JENSUN GUL'l.I5 GRAY HATIIAWAY HI-IAVNPIH -4 , 1 if -iv jgg4y,2g51f, i:33gqg Qi ' ' a i . iz: 5 - L, ff 2 ' A L ' 5 ' H if Wg 1 ' HUGl,L'NU HOLMAN YIUWARD , EIITBEH JOHNSON JOHYSON, S. E 251 . 9 E 5:2 is 531 QQ W 2352 1 5 QE? ifif if ' f f 2 . 'Q 2:5551 :::. ,. ., f -:a:,f.:::. E gi E , easy ? -: .:.:'x :.. TEXT? :, Xt W ' .,:,,:: 5 QQ X RQ :-: -:- X N EES V P ? JONES, ALICE ,. . ,, ,,,,, , White Cily Orchestra: Mixed Chorus: Winnetaska: Y. Vvl C. A. JONES, HAROLD ,,,,, YYYY., E nlpgria Basketball JONES, MARY ELIZABETH .....,, ,,..,, E mporiu Primary-Kindergarten Club JONES, SUSAN ,,..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, . ,,,, ,,,, O sage City Sigma Sigma Sigma: Y. W. C. A.: Primary- Kindergarten Club: Sigma Pi Sigma JONES, WAYNE ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,, ,,,,,,,i,,,,,, Hartford Kappa Sigma Epsilon: Mu Psi Chi: Band, Pres.: Orchestra: Chorus: Brass Quartet JOSS. THELMA ,,,,,.,,,, .,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, B u rlingame Home Economics Club: Chemistry Club: French Club: Winnetaska JOSSERAND, JANE ,,....,,.., ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, J olinson Alice Freeman Palmer, Treas: Sophomore Class, Vice-Pres.: Y. W. C. A.: Winnetaska KAISER, SOPHIA .......... .... . .. ..... Pllillipsburg KASSENS. SELMA ...... ..,.. . .. .... ..... E mporia Winnetaska: Commerce Club KAYS, LAURA ...... ............ .............. ,....... E u T ska Omega Literary Society, Treas: Primary- Kindergarten Club, Sec.: Splash Club: Win- netaska: Symphonic Choir: Women's Glee Club KELLER, KENNETH .,...., .,,... Delia Kappa Sigma Epsilon YEA TEAM! KLEIBER. ELLAMAE W, ,,,, ,, YYYY,YYY Y Ramgna Commerce Club: German Club KLEIN. PAUL . . ...... ..... . . ,,., ,,,,,,,,,,, E mporifl Mu Epsilon Nu: Sting-Slingers KRENGEL, HAZEL ,,.. .... N aslwille LANDRITH. THOMAS ...... ..,... E mporia Pi Kappa Delta, Sec. LAUGHLIN. ELIZABETH ,. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, H aven Winnetaska: Collegiate 4-H Club LEER, WILMA ............. .... M anlzatlan LEHMAN, LAVERYNE ..... Humboldt Phi Sigma Epsilon LENANDER, HELEN ....... ..... . .. .... .... L indsborg Sigma Sigma Sigma: Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A. LEWIS, MARGARET ....... .. Pi Kappa Sigma, Treas.: W. C. A. Topeka Splash Club: Y. KELLEY, RAYMOND .. .,.., Horton KEMP, FRANCES .... ......... ..,. . . Emporia Commerce Club: Winnetaska: Y. W. C. A. KENDALL. OPAL .... .......................... C Izerryvclle Sigma Sigma Sigma KETCHAM, ANNA MAY ..... .,.,, D unlap KING, LAURENCE ,........ Melzrcrn Mu Epsilon Nu KINSEY, KATHRYN .... ........ Minneapolis Y. W. C. A.: Band: Sphinx taska KIRBY, LIARGARET . .................. . Omega Literary Society: French Club! Y. W. C. A. lll2l Club: Winne- Toronto Winnetaska: LEWIS. WENDELL ....... ....................... . . Emporia Y. M. C. A.: Commerce Club: History and Government Club: Sting-Slingers LIKES, FREIDA MAE ........ .......,,..,,...... R U7lSO7IL LISTER, ARNOLD .... ....... E mporia Phi Delta Chi LOCKEY, HARMON ...... Melvern Mathematics Club LOFSTEAD. ALICE .,.. .,........... . .. .... Wakecney Theta Sigma Upsilon: Y. W. C. A. LORD, PHILIP ........ ........ ...... . . , .... Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma: Commerce Club LOVE, GLENN ....................... .... ..... .... P a r Midge Mu Epsilon Nu: Science Club LOY, NINA .............., .... ......., .................. B 1 l rnard Delta Sigma Epsilon LUND. MARY KATHRYN .,.. .,,..,,,, A Zta Vista Spanish Club: COIIIHICFCE Clblb THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 JONES, A. J OSSERA S D KE MP K LEIBER. LLJIIMAN ,nu-A LACKEY JONES, H. JUNEN, M JONES, S. JONES, W. JUSS K Alilili K ASSFNS KAYS KI'1IJ,IiR . i - 3 5234, " 1 2.51 Q 'N W ' EIL .. 5 A KELLE Y IiI'INllAI.l. KI-f'l'VNA ISI KING KIXSPIY KHQIZY KLEIN KRIQNGPII, LANDHITH LAVKQHLIN LEPIR Llf1XANl7I'Ili LEWIS L l,Ul"S'l'Ii.-XII LORD KEWIS. W. LINES l.!S'I'I-ZR gfsy QYEYQQ' fi: ,1. Q , ff ' V' -Ia giiffwf' lllxlf LUY LVNU ,Y ga 1 g,4vv ,.,,-4- 'YW- ' 235 R142 7541 23213: Af-' Si hge, Q L TVQVQS 302. 3b?i3?:9? 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Sigma Tau Gamma MCCRAY, LOUISE ,,,, Phi Mu Gamma McKNIGHT, OPAL ,,.Y,.,,. MENTZER, AUSTIN . ..,.,,....,,..,.,,,,, . Moline Eureka Yates Center Y. M. C. A., Pres.: Commerce Club: Latin Club: History and Government Club: Sopho- more Class, Pres.: Kappa Sigma Epsilon MERRYFIELD, AVIS ......,............ ..,, M inneapolis Alphathenian Literary Society: Primary- Kindergarten Club: Winnetaska MILLER, LESTER ,.....,.....,........................... LeRoy Chemistry Club: Men's Glee Club: German Club: Symphonic Choir: Mu Epsilon Nu MILLER, MARION . ................................ Ness City French Club: Mu Epsilon Nu MOLER, DONALD ,,.......................... Osawatomie Mu Epsilon Nu: History and Government Club: Intercollegiate Debate: French Club: Commerce Club MOORE, LUCILLE ,,... .... ............................. E l bing Sigma Sigma Sigma: Latin Club: Alpha- fhenian Literary Society MOORE, MARJORIE .......,........................ Topeka Alpha Sigma Alpha: Commerce Club MOORE, VIRGINIA ,................,................ Eureka Winnetaska: Primary-Kindergarten Club: Band MULLINAX, JUNE ....... ..........,................. D elphos Pi Kappa Sigma: Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A.: Chorus MURDOCK. KENNETH ........... ..... E mporia Phi Delta Chi NEWTON, BERTHA ..,,,...,.....,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, Emporia Winnetaska: Agriculture Club: Primary- Kindergarten Club I 114 l 1 Ak .. EARLY MORNING CANTER OLSON, VIRGINIA . ............................ White City Omega Literary Society, Treas.: Winne- taska: Primary-Kindergarten Club OSBORN, ELIZABETH ............................ Abilene Alphathenian Literary Society: Geography Club: Winnetaska: Y, W. C. A. OWENS, EDWARD .,................................ Emporia Commerce Club: History and Government Club: Mu Epsilon Nu: Y. M. C. A. NICHOLS, DARYL ,........... ...................... E ureka Commerce Club: Mu Epsilon Nu PARYBORN, LUCILLE ,,..... .................... N ewton Winnetaska: Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A. PENNINGTON, VERNON ...................... E'1npo1'ia Sigma Tau Gamma: Basketball Commerce Club: PETERS, HAROLD . ....,, ...... Kansas City Kappa Sigma Epsilon PETERSON, DELMONT ,....................... Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma: Commerce Club: Tennis Team PETERSON, MARGARET . .,............. Clearwater Primary-Kindergarten Club: Winnetaska: Alphathenian Literary Society, Sec.: Y. W. C. A. PETTY, LINDELL ........,................... ..... E mporia Phi Sigma Epsilon: Football PHELAN, VIRGIL . ...... .... H olyrood Phi Sigma Epsilon PIPKIN, HOWARD ,,..,.,...........,.,. .... K ingman Phi Delta Chi: Basketball POLLY, KATHERINE .......................... Belleville Alphathenian Literary Society: Mixed Chorus: Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. PONTON, VERA ....,. . . ..... Concordia Y. W. C. A. POWELL, GERALD ................................ Anthony Sigma Tau Gamma: Chorus: Madrigalians: Band: Glee Club: Track: Commerce Club: Symphonic Choir POWERS, HARRIET ..... ,,..,,,,,, K ansas Cily PRICE, LOUISE .....................,..,.,,,..,,.,... Emporia History and Government Club: French Club: Y, W. C. A. PRITCHARD, MARIE ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H iawatha Pi Kappa Sigma: Y. W. C. A. pil wi THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 LVTHI MAHONICY MAH:'iIIAI,.l. MARTIN MvLTl.El.LAN Mc'CRAY Mx KNIICUT M EN'l'Z1'IR 3TlAIRRY11'IlCl,I3 MILLER , MILLER, M, MOLER " fsvgji 1 1 5 , 1 , Q 5255152 5 , k ' wif 'M' "' 'ig sr . Qg 5 ' :-' V A K , -page MOURIQ MUIHXIC. M MOURI-I, V, MIQLLINAX MURIJOCK NEWTON MW' OLSON USBORN OWENS NICHOLS PANGBOIIN PENNINGTON , Q 'f Y' an 'V f l'IIfl'liKS PI-I'l'I'IlkSON 1'ICI'l-IRSON, M. I'l-ITT Y PHBLAN PIPIHN 4? Pav' 1'm,z.z-:Y voxvux vmvxcu, Powyzus PRIVE Plcrrcfu A RD 115 sf- E Egg 42 N3 :R zg 1, MA ii . dx. .1-: ESBY: f z ...,:, Q E iii ' if? iss xr iii? 552235 : 'we , N3?": 23 Q 5551 :KX 'iii SSW? 53,1 I ' V215 is 5' :Kai ,S QIQQ I fa 1 SQ 'sg Eifww -awk Q 12 A 5 Q Q W 4 Q W? Y 35221 Q S si? cs Q r as Q ZR 2 5 gg WW ,fx SQ if 3545 Si YT we X9 X A+ Q Q Q if w Exo Yi ag? Wax ygkksvxb QE Q wi? Xgf , EV"9'SB2 J' A gsm few 224535 1 1.1 ,mf Y . PROVOST, EDWIN .. .. ,,Y,,,,,,, ,Y,,Y B zzrlmgame Mathematics Club: Varsity Track PUTMAN, LOUISE .. ,,,,,,,, ,,Y,, . Topeka Alice Freeman Palmer: Y. W. C. A, PYLE, WARREN ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, E mpnria Kappa Sigma Epsilon: Industrial Arts Club: Sunflower Staff RADKE. LORENE .. ,,,.,,,,, ,,,, H ,,,, .. Sf. John Pi Kappa Sigma: Sphinx Club: Chorus RAND, WILLIAM YYVVVV . ----- A1077-ison Band: Orchestra RANKIN, CHARLES ,,,, Benedict REES, EVELYN BELLE .. . ,,,, Lincoln Pi Kappa Sigma RENTNER, DONNABELLE ,,,,, ,,,,, A Lwood RICE, MARGUERITE ,,,, ff,, Wellifl Alpha Sigma Alpha RICH, MARY KATHERINE ,,,,,V, rrrfrrrr H nfffvfd Sigma Sigma Sigma: Y. W. C. A. RIEKEMAN, ELMER . ,,.,,,. V. ,,f,,,,,f,f-ff,-f ff-f H 0179 German Club: Spanish Club: Science Club: Chemistry Club RIEDER. LOUISE ,,,.., .,,,,,, . . ,,,f,,,,- f--f 116719111 Winnetaska: Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A. ROBERTS, JOSEPHINE ........ .. Council Grove Delta Sigma Epsilon: Commerce Club: Pan- Hellenic Council ROBISON, MAX ........ FIOTBHC8 Phi Sigma Epsilon ROCKY, GEORGE .... ................. V V- --YV Hinwnifw Latin Club: Commerce Club: History and Government Club: Young Democrats Club, Treas. RODEE, DOLLY .............. .ff,,,,, ,-,,,ff f,f,ff- E 1 I LPOTW Theta Sigma Upsilon, Pres.: Sigma Pi Sig- ma: Alphathenian Literary Society: Com- merce Club: Mathematics Club: Y. W. C. A. ROEHRMAN, LILLIAN ...VVY W -V ---- V- -- EVHPUTTU Winnetaska: Chorus: History and Govern- ment Club: Y. W. C. A. RIEMER. DOROTHY ,,,, .,,,,, . .... Williamsburg Theta Sigma Upsilon: Commerce Club: His- tory and Government Club: German Club: W. C. A.: W. A. A. ill6l THE PRESIDENT COMES THROUGH' ROLAND, KEITH .. Moscow Mu Epsilon Nu: Track ROMINE, AARON .. .. Garden City Phi Sigma. Epsilon RORICK. HAZEL ....... . ....... ............ Johnson Alpha Sigma Tau, Sec.: Emma Gridley Art Club SCHAAF, LYLE . . .... .. Toronto Sigma Tau Gamma: Student Council: Sym- phonic Choir: Commerce Club: Men's Glec Club: Men's Athletic Board SCHANBACHER, RUTH .... .. .. Newton Alphathenian Literary Society, Treas.: Y. W. C. A. SCHEEL, CHARLOTTE .. ........ .. .. Emporia Spanish Club: French Club SCHMUTZ, ALVIN .. .. . .. Emporia French Club: Chorus: Men's Glee Club: Symphonic Choir SCHUBERT, ALBERT .. .... .... R amona Phi Sigma Epsilon SCHWANDT, ELLA ........ .. .. Wellsville Delta Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma: Primary-Kindergarten Club SCOGGIN, WAYNE . .... ............... ........ H a Tff0Td Mu Epsilon Nu: Y, M. C, A. SHANNON, GAIL ...... .... ........ ...... W e llsville Phi Delta Chi: Band: Men's Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Symphonic Choir: French Club SHANNON, VERA .... .. .. Attica Y. W. C. A.: Collegiate 4-H Club: Splash Club: Physical Education Club: Geography Club: Ch01'LiS SHEELEY, ALINE .. .. .... .. .... .. .. Emporia Home Economics Club: Y. W, C. A. SHEPARD, ARCHIE ...... ........ ....... ............ P T ll it Phi Sigma Epsilon SHEPHERD, WILLARD .... .. ........ .. Emporia Gilson Players: Mu Psi Chi, Treas.: Band. Vicc-Pres.: Symphonic Choir: Men's Glee Club: Chorus: Madrigalians: Brass Quartet SHERRARD, ANN . .... .Y .. ........ .... . . Beloit Delta Sigma Epsilon SIDENER, JOYCE . ........ .. ..... Mullimrilfe Pi Kappa Sigma. Pres.: Pan-Hellenic SLATER, ALICE .. .... . .. .... .. Mrznluzzlo Alpha Sigma Alpha: Spanish Club THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 fxrfff ' 23, , 5' .,- gy' Q---H . iz !'!i4JVUS'Y Pl 'TNAM PYLE RADIUS HEPES lIHNTXI'fll RICH RICH "' '- , 1 W 5. W, . - - ' A . Ak ' 2 4 mf ,EQ W EZUBI'IPZ'I'S KOIIISUN HOCKEY HUDEE ROLAND KUMINH NORIVK SFHAAI4' SCHBIUTZ SCHl'HPIIl'l' SVHWANIVI' SFOGGIN 1 1' ,.,5', W - is 1 . i Q' """ 'r i i 6 , 1, . SHICICLI-LY SkII'II'AHU PHI-lI'HliIill SHE-ZILHAKU HAND HANKIN ILIIQ K1-E 31 AN RIEDER ' 1 Q R " : , K L: gm 7 . K if X ' ' E32 -2.4 , f V K ' is ROEHIEMAN RIEMFIR SFHANBACHER SFHHEL SHANNON SHANNON, V, SIIJIQNKH SLATER F1171 . f fl 2 's ,145 il: Z' ? 5, 'Q' if wx, ..,,. ,I Q Q iv g A, 5 .,.., , ESQ, A ., ,M f ' , 'R ' i i by :. emu , kjiv Im. ix M gigs, , A X , .. :gk f SP'I'5fIf'f:i fx XLR .Z- 15: as 554 I ' ' wg - 9 LYS ESQ Se :' 5386 W? aww? : In 9 3 SSQQSCQQ . . ::. ,. M Xml as RN 'ia Z .. "Q: I 3 Q SMALL, KATHERINE Conway Springs Chorus: Y. W. C. A. SMITH, ARLINE ............... ,.... M inneapolis Y. W. C. A.: Chorus SMITH. CHARLES ..,.. Harveyville Track SMITH, EDITH . ,,,., ,,..,,,,, ,,,.,,.. ,,...., .... H a r t ford Y. W. C. A.: Omega: Winnc-taska: History and Government Club SMITH. GWENDOLYN . ................ Pawnee Rock Pi Kappa Sigma: Sphinx Club: French Club: Glee Club: Chorus: Symphonic Chorus SMITH, LAVON ,,....,,...,,,..,.,....., ..,,,......... E mporia Physical Education Club: W. A. A.: Sigma Pi Sigma: Splash Club SNIDER, HELEN ................ .... . . ..... ........ E urekll Spanish Club: Woinen's Glee Club: Winne- tnska. SONGER, ROBERTA .......... .........,.. ........ L i ncoln Pi Kappa Sigma: Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A. SOUDERS, EUGENE Emma Gridley Art STANLEY. MAC Mu Psi Chi STEAD, LOLA Latin Club Ill8l .. . ............................ Emporia Club: Sigma Tau Gamma Montezuma .. . Kingman THE -JUGGLER OF NOTRE DAME STEELE, MAXINE STEVENS, ESTHER ,...... ........ . . Winnetaska: Geography STONE, MARY JANE Club: Y STOUT, HAROLD . .... ...... ..... ........ . . . Mu Epsilon Nu: Y. Mathematics Club SURFACE, CRESS . ........ . Sigma Tau Gamma SWAIN, VIRGINIA SWINGLE, BILLIE .... .. TARMAN, JACK .... Mu Epsilon Nu TARRENCE, DOROTHY THOMPSON. ARLINE ...... Y. W. C. A. THARP. OLIVE ...... Winnetaska TOWNSEND, FRED .... M.C Cedar Vale Silver Lake .W. C. A. Saffordville Kiowa A.: Chorus: .. Hiawatha Anthony Zenda . . .letmure .... Lincoln Salina Pariridge Waverly THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 SMALL SMITH SMITH, C, SMITH, E, w SMITH, G. SMITH, L. SNIDER SUNGER. SOUDERS I STANLEY STEAD STEELE STEVENS STONE STOUT SURFACE SWAIN SVVINGLE TAIZMAN TARRENCE THOMPSON THA Rl' TOWNS!-IND I 119 5 3 Q f ig: 33525 41535 2355? sig? , X 1 2552 isis: ggi I re 5 5 52? gy Q I 52 as SE Egg? 5553 Sgfggg? A E5 5 QE? zffffzsii Esau? S 3 2 iigii' H? 3 S3 if I ' Q ggi ii? Eg 3 2 I gi? X E 5 5 E 5 5 5 I Q2 E Kg 55535 si 'g 5' ff SES? ii ggi 552 S a ii Ia wig gif? Q M' TWENTY MINUTES TILL CURTAIN TRIEMER, ARTHUR .,,, YY,, S trong City WHITESELL. JOY ..,,,,...,.,,.,,.,...,,,,,,,,. Clearwater Phi Delta, Chi Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C. A. TURNER, PAUL -.-YY'---YfY,',YA------ ------YA'YA'-- E mvvfia WILEY, ALBERT ,...... ,...,. L ymzfm Sigma Tau Gamma: Men's Glee Club: Track Chorus: Symphonic Chorus WILHITE ORVIN .. .........,.............. Yates Center VOIGT, LORENE ...................................... Topeka ' , . Winnetaskag Y. W. C. A-5 W' A. A- German Club, Debate, Y. M. C. A. WALLISER. MARY JANE .....,.............. Hartford WILPIAMS- IVAH JANE --------'.----.,--------.- Culver Winnetaska: Collegiate 4,H Club: Y. W- Primary-Klhdergarten Club: Y. W. C. A. C. A. L E ...... .... ' WAYMAN, CHARLES .............................. Emporia WHfp,fQMS'g,QfaN,ILiia Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma: Commerce Club: Or- chestra WINGERD, DOROTHY ..... Navarre WEAR, MARY JO ...................................... Wichita Alpha Sigma Alpha German Club: History and Government Club: Winnetaska WOLEVER, ALICE . .... ..... E mporia VVEBBER, DELoR1s ....................,.....,... Emporia Wmnetaska Winnetaska: German Clubg Emma Gridley Art Club: Y. W. C. A. WOLFE, FRANCIS .... ...... C onway Springs Y. W. C. A. WEIGAND, TRUMAN ..,... ...... E mporia Sigma Tau Gamma WOOLLARD, GANELLE ..... .... E dgerton WEIR. LOWELL ............ . ...... Stafford Sigma Tau Gamma WOOD, VESTA .............................. Junction City Alpha Sigma Alpha: Orchestra: Chorus WHIPPLE, FRANCES . .... , ...... Emporia ZIMMERMAN, JOHN .............................. Emporia WHIPPLE, INEZ ...................................... Emporia Phi Delta Chi: Track: History and Govern- Winnetaska: Commerce Club ment Club: K Club l1201 THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 1 'PRIEMER TURNER VOIGT W ALLISER 1 WAYMAN WEAR WEBBEH XVI-ITGAND WEIR WISIPPHC WHIPPLE, I. WHITISSELI, XVILEY WILHITIC VVILLIAMS VVILLIAMS, J, WINGERD WOLISVER WULFE WOOLLARD - ' woon ZIMMERMAN 121 a I'E5 'sig ll22l "Yea team! " and "Go Hornets, Go ! " have echoed across the campus through fall and winter, and the gold and black banners have been un- furled in many athletic combats. The Hornets have not always been suc- cessful, nor were the sports seasons unusually outstanding for them- still through victory and defeat the same spirit of good sportsmanship has prevailed, the same ideals of fair play have been shown, and the visit- ing teams and spectators have ex- pressed an admiration for the respect the Kansas State Teachers College students and athletes have had for their opponents. THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 123 SQ W tif QQ 9513 www? -my 8? ww qw iw- z Q 96815 was aw Q Q fviiw sw '5 4' wg Q avg QQVM Vg? 9 9 wav? w Ms Q yada 0 3 Qx f. 5 YK ew fwiffvxs is Q, -X Q ww? ssms 45851 SM 'Qi flag Q31-:sae W s ww Q, :My s vm, wwf my sb wav Q v 5 Q? if Q Sw 15533 'RNQ 3 S 55552 fi vw Q2 Q N936 w Qs Q 5 S.. fm X3 s. ifixl '26 2 , . .wa Gig? viii giyqa ., 2 41 :??QQ SZ 1: 1 WQQQ 3, Afi- Sis? f ag' HEQRZ IR Q 9 fl W5 ffig QQSQ ff?F xx? 5 . : if ., W W :Q X , X J ig . Q D Q uv- Sipes, Frame, Smith, Lewis, Sumner, Lohkamp, Kline, Smith, McAlpine, Hudson, Hogland. Hague, Carpenter, Romine, Zimmerman, Wilcox, San Romani, W'e1ch, Skinner, Laird, Shepherd, Ayres, Rowland. Track With only eight lettermen back for the 1937 track season, Head Coach F. G. Welch's Hornets have already pulled several upsets. The distance medely relay team, anchored by Archie San Romani, sensa- tional college mile king, has won unexpected honors and the two-mile relay team compesed of Zimmer- man, Skinner, Romine, and Frame has also more than pleased Teachers College fans. The Naperville, I11., meet and the Butler Relays saw the Hornets in action during the indoor season while a dual relay meet with the Pittsburg Teachers, a dual meet with Haskell, and the Kansas and Drake Relays are past events on the outdoor schedule. Among the individual performers on the track and field squad who have been doing outstanding work are Anthony Lohkarnp, giant shot putter, Lawrence Hague, who is rapidly rising to a high rank among the javelin tossers, and Vern Sumner, an up-and-coming hurdler. Lehkamp startled the conference in the first outdoor meet of the year when he beat the best the Pittsburg Gorillas had to offer in the shot-put, Lohkamp's performance indicated he is in line to blast Del Wl1ite's CPittsburgj 1928 toss of 48 feet from the record books. Vern Sumner, after winning the high hurdle event at the Kansas Relays, fell over a hurdle in the act of winning a semi-final heat at Drake and was forced to retire. His injury, however, is not reported to be serious and he is slated to win the event at the Central Conference meet. Hopes for an outstanding shuttle hurdle relay team were lowered early in the season when Kenneth DeMott, number 1 timber- topper pulled a leg tendon at the Naperville meet. He is still out cf competition and whether he will be able to run in the Conference meet is not yet known. Archie Shepard and Bill Sipes are the other two members of the team. These two boys swamped the Haskell hurdlers in the last meet to date. The Hornets star javelin man, Lawrence Hague, held the javelin record for a few minutes in this season's renewal of the Kansas Relays, but the famous Terry of Hardin-Simmons College, Abilene, Texas, eclipsed his mark. Hague's toss of more than 208 feet surpassed the record of 206 feet made in 1926 by another Emporia Teachers star, john Kuck, who took part in the 1928 Olympic Games. Although the victories of Archie San Romani are not considered upsets by the students as a whole, the little Italian has amazed the track world several times since he began his so-called phenomenal rise to fame which started during the Olympic try-outs last summer. Perhaps his greatest performance was his defeat of jack Lovelock and Glenn Cunningham, first and second place Olympic winners, in the Princeton Invitation Mile in October. San Romani's time of 4:09 was his best to date, although he approached that mark when Cunningham nosed him out in the hair- raising Knights of Columbus indoor mile in 4:08. 11241 THE San Romani also over the mile king in University of Kansas UNFLOWER . . 1937 lost to Cunningham two other times during the indoor seascn, but has been victor all of their outdoor races. During the Christmas holidays he edged out the former star al the Sugar Bewl games in New Orleans, and beat him by eight yards at the Kansas Relays. The latest feat of the Hornet star, who is expected to break several records before the season is finished, was at the Drake Relays when, run- ning en a wet track, he outdistanced the Rideout twins of the North Texas Teach- ers by 200 yards in a special mile and a half. His time of 6:4619 was about 4 seconds shc.rt of Paavo Nur- mi's wcrld record. San Romani was also presented a trophy by the Italian- American League for being selected as the m o s t outstanding Italian athlete in the United States for 1956-57. Remaining on the Hernet track sched- ule for the current season is another dual meet with Pittsburgq a dual meet with Fcrt Hays Stateg and the Central Confer- ence mcet. All three will be held on Stadium Field, Q um ner goes over. The ccach checks San R,mani's time. Hc's up in the air. A sprint to the tape. T125 . i ,.,.. : 1-,an I Ea. ::5s:.5,:5, I ea: .,. .,.,...,. u.s 253, Q Xi - 55 .: 1. -is 5:. , iziz 2 if 2 , ",I5'!'. is 3,55 My :- is 2 E' 3 Sag: E-W2 Qi 'ls -- 21-5-3- 322 , .ff 2 f? S, is S 323355 Q l ...pa ,La WP ,Sn , sf A, 'ini f 3 1 ,z ::a:.:.f: ' . vs- Q isa? 3532 3 1 .... fries ii? Jn. .iz vi. sit? -as rw? 6 . .gtg wa , Es:::e:E:::t,. Q a 2 fi E fi! gil - f . o tags? 13 tt s '1 J 'E QS A Q Q5 as ggi elim Qi sfss e FQ gas sis-ti? X, sign E- V-s. if as-ft sf 5 Q . f126l Hague, Miller, Fiss, Sumner, San Romani, Wfoed, Frame, Gregory Petty, Ccltcn, DeMott, Zimmeiman, Albright, Meats, Gooch Baird, Innes, Rhoads, Smith, Starkey, Mawdsley, King H ll OFFICERS P1'esiclwzi ,, ,r,r ICENNILTH BAIRD Vic'r'-Presidwzi ,,,,,,, H ,, 7,,,,,,,,7,,,, ,,,, B 11.1. STARKEY S4'r'rc'lary-Treuszzrar ,, ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, U . LEO COLTON Spwzxors ,,,.,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, F. G. VVISLCH, PAUL KUTNINK The membership cf the K Club is composed of all men who have Won letters in any of the various phases of intercollegiate athletics spon- sored by the school. The purpose of the organization is to promote athletic interests. At the home football games programs were sold by the "K" men, and a refreshment concession was placed under the stadium. It is from these sources that the finances for club activities are derived. Business meetings are held every three weeks, preceded by a dinner in the Coffee Shop. The "K" Club sponsors the sale of freshmen caps each fall, and en- forces the freshmen rules that have been handed down by tradition. Freshmen are required to wear the caps and stay off the front walk until the Homecoming football game. THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 "Call" ofthe Open I1271 asf "1 , XM 2' , an .., ,, Q. Reima :5,.:5,,:::5:: 5553: e::::f:::r2 4 S E?- ,EQ Nei 1 I ! al ' :sw Q 2 ' TE ' ff 1 g is 52.2 az Egg? yi Q QQ fm M 'k .5 .... 2 Women 'S Physical Education W. A. A. OFFICERS Pl'l'Sil1C'H I MILDIKED GARRETT Vivt'-Pwsicfcfllf LYDA BITRYL HALDILMAN Sf'vr'cfary DORIS SHIZRRARD 'T1'l'!lS1l1'C'l" JANE LADNIZR Simpson, McCullough, Mitchell, Cnton Sjwnsors Mlss EDNA MCCULLOUGH, Miss IDAISY SIMPSON The purpose of W. A. A. is "to create a love of sports and to foster ideals of good sportsmanship and health." It sponsors the different sports, organizations, and clubs. Each club elects a representative to the advisory board which with the faculty directs the course of activity within the association. All women students are members of W. A. A., but only those who earn one hundred points through some club, tournament, or athletic activity are members of the closed association. W. A. A. has sponsored this year such social events as the Fall Frolic, Il mid-winter party, and the VX. A. A. formal dinner in the spring. Lutt, Moon, McCullough, Adamek, Garrett, Hnldeman, Shcrrard, Lauman, Simpson, Ladner li 128 il THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 T011 Rau:-Reed, Lawman, Moen, W'e.1ver, Burnap, Nell, Haldemnn, Edson S1'1'11111l -Rau'-Diver, Ladner, Garrett, Abildgaard, Kraus, Smith, Rhea 1511170111 ROZL'-SIILIIIHKJI1, Bogue, Sherrard, Furman, Fleming, Oliver PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB Pl'K'Xf1ll'IIf W , I IYIARCARIQ r Moox Vi1'1'-P1'1'.si111'11f N ,,,, Dokts SIIIIRRARD S1'1f1'1'f11lj'-T1'1'11x111'1'1' ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Y Y, ,,,,,,,,Y,, , ,,,,, NI,-XRIIQ Btmuig Ph 'sieal lidueatien Club is an ertanivation for mrfors and minors in the XVomen's Ph 'sieal Education ls I y Department. Its purpose is to promote greater interest in physical education. Seeial activities of the 'ear include u 'kBin'o" art' Christmas nrt ' and :i farewell vienie in the ls P Y: Yi l spring. RI-IYTHMIC CIRCLE 1'1'1'xi1lf'11! ,, ,,,, ,,,, , , , ,,,,, ,, ,,,,, Do1to'tH1.x LUVT The purpose of Rhythmic Circle is to give further creative education to the more able and interested students of the dance and to have nn organization eapable ef presenting artistic dance programs. Mem- bership is limited to these individuals who have successfully passed the required tests. Rhythmic Circle has presented several programs during the year. In November 21 program was given for the Kansas State Teachers Meeting in Hutchinson. In December the club danced "The Juggler ef Netre Damen in Ll Christmas program. I129I 351' 1- faR'S1?- Qw.. Q s - :Wag gs H A ,,., A , ,- QM 5 - W ,. Sz. 29 4' Q" Cie R f GRN PM 5 'V 1 ri re' ' grit, 4522 f 28.51 as M 2 W es: ' ' wig S HQXYUW' S , 6 S 1 wt 12592450 1' X, ,ggi 1 1 -gi, s S iii-2 ,kgfg y 3 Se ' AAS I , 4445 . .3 Wsewf vgfaix Bass 1 as N323-'il wigs www QQQSSSQS V ' .asf '33 . ,L . E215-.S ggfili 3555.22 453 rsfssfefri .1231 5:53152 ' '- 12.5. svfwiz sfaijfigf ft Wi 1? 'E .gig 3. 1 9596 rpm snr ERE, xnz U24 W2 im: ,,.gf'f.y ima, rm: li Q i M ff 313 l ,iff is-X .swf avi 3' T011 Kola'--Reagan, Jones, Baum, Booz, Vandtrhoff, Stone, Cramni, Brtgue, Fentev, Wingerd, Garrett Miilrllr Ron'-ASyrnes, Rodce, llchnson, Bills, Findly, Barber, Loreuson, Abildgaarel, Sherrnrd, Reach liollrzm Roux-Fletcher, Sheeley, Moon, Krouse, Knouse, Cunningham, XVelch, Marbourg, Schwandt, Miller, A. Sherrarcl Riding-Wliverest, Xvalton, Booz, Allen, Dobson, Moore, Neinstead SIGMA PI SIGMA Pl'C'Si!!f'lIf , , ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, KATHARIN12 MARBOURG Vive-l'resiu'v11f ,,,, ,,,, MARGARET MOON Sr'crefary-Trraxzzrw' , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,l , . ,,,t, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, . BETTY FURMAN Sigma Pi Sigma attends all games and cooperates with the band and men's pep or- ganization in promoting enthusiasm and school spirit. Members are selected for their appearance, marching ability, and knowledge of school songs and yells at try-outs held in the fall. A party in the spring finishes the activities of the year. RIDING The latest addition to the physical education curriculum is horseback riding. The girls are taught proper riding form at all gaits, jumping, and the handling and caring for the horse. The climax to the ear's activit is the horse show in the s rin . Mem- . Y . . y v . . P g . bers of the classes demonstrate jumping, gaits, and participate in contests, drills and relays. l30l THE UNFLOWEB . . 1937 Top Rau'-Shannon, Garrett, Ladner, Lawman, Fleming, I-laldeman, Oliver, Hutton, Kraus, Rhea, Weaver, Diver, D. Sherrard Sammi Row-Noll, Anderson, A. Sherrard, Howard, Edson, Weaver, Loyd, Eiekermann, Woods, Howard, Seyler, Hines, Smith Third Row-Darby, Hale, Dickey, Schwandt, Covert, Holmes, Hillis, Baumgartner, Reed, Turner, Miller, Wilson Bflfflllll Raw-Goslin, Shermer, Stevens, Hull, Williams, Newton, Mellenbruch, Harris, Knaekstedt SPLASH CLUB T011 Row-Miller, Hutton, Gray, Vint, Foresman, Crum, Cox, Aldridge, Ehrlich Mizlafle Row-Haldeman, Kays, Hillis, Lewis, Bills, Cram, Smith, Sherrard Bflfflllll Row-Adamek, Fenter, W'agner, Ladnes, Boone, McArron, Madison, Shannon, Farr SPLASH CLUB I'rz'xiJw1l ,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,, , ,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ,,,, jawn LADNILR Svwelarg' ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..i,,.,,, ,,,, h IESSIE ADAMLK The purpose of Splash Club is to further interest in swimming, to promote life-saving, and to give opportunity for an enjoyable activity. Qualifications for membership are to be a deep water swimmer and to pass tests on the back stroke, side stroke, raeer's dive, and plain dive. BASKETBALL Basketball is one of the most popular sports of the winter season. After several weeks of strenuous practice, the girls are divided into Class teams and participate in a round-robin tournament. Following the tournament a varsity basketball squad is chosen. 131 ZS' Eff: zf- g , S azsagaa: .. ei ga.. si: 1 x - M 5" :ai :ag .2 .:g:5:5f, 5:3 ,s:,.::: 53, 3' 2' e gag s gs ga: f 5555553 , , 1 i. ,, ,, 5 , -'s-s-a.z:a- . E l E 5 3 xv 5 is i Ei wait 5 25925 522552 53 ,g f i gg Zigi 5 2 ass sg, ai! 2 HBADMINTCNU UP MY TURN NEXT! INTRAMURALS Intrn-mural sports promote a program to meet the need of college women for com- petitive play and recreation. The winter program includes badminton, basketball, and shuffleboard. The spring program consists of tennis, archery, and baseball. Teams 1321 THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 42 U2 S55 ii .pgs YV, A. A. pirlzimg Kulbmifzi' Murllolfrg, 111'1'xiJM1f Sigma Pi Sigma Mildrml Gurr'4'tl, jwwxidwrzf W. A. Ag .'lll't'f fha' HIl1.Nl'0f, Misa Wrlvbg F1111 on a full !lffl"l'H00!I. taking part in intra-murals this year were: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pi Kappa Sigma, Theta Sigma Upsilon, Phi Mu Gamma, Hornet Humdingers, Sphinx, and Upan Atem. 133 f A f 1.9 4649? 9' 4 M4 at V ,fs W9' 4? fad siaf Mm Q QB Q I.. Www WMM w 1 Swim? v Av 'Nik fr S M E' uw 5 ga x M. Xa 5? MQ A Wa? Nw-st 5, 5 as in favs iffy wi QQ, X NWN? i V N QW S ww R99 5:25 , 535253 ':: . vf QE? a. ,W , 2: ff- ? -Q, ,V I 4 MQ " L f -X s 313521 f X 1? 11,5 . 13 Sia- ::j:.,2 Y? xi fan . Q13 53 ii ' fi is-X msg? QLTSSZ f4f?'wW 3. Q 2331 ' S mf X' QQ fisiis iiw' K 4 aw AQ? l I F1341 The Sunflower has attempted to be as fair and just as possible in chosing pictures and layouts for the annual. There has been no favor shown any group or incliviclualsg rather the staff has tried to make the "Sunflower" representative of the IQ36-37 school year, lime-lighting the important events irrespective of any affiliations. THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 The "Call" to College e ggifxlfi E5 11 w ig S3 -., ., v 22 33+ iss! ggi ni gigiffis Qi 5 FRESHMEN IHS! ANDERSON, OPAL ,,.,..,,..,,...,,...,,....,.,,...A,,,,,, Hope Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. W. C. A. ARMSTRONG, LEROY ...,, ,,,, F loyd Sigma Tau Gamma AUSTIN, ALINE ..,,.,.,.,,...,,.... Cottonwood Falls Y. W. C. A., Winnetaska AXE, IDA ........,,.........,,.....,,.,,,..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. Emporia Y. W. C. A., Sigma Sigma Sigma AYERS, VERNE ...,,...,.. .... P ratt Phi Sigma Epsilon BAILEY, MELVIN ,,.....,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,.,.,,..,.. Sabetha Glee Club, Symphonic Choir, Latin Club, Cheerleader BAILEY, WILLDONA ..,,, ,,,.. E mporia Y. W. C. A. BARBER, MARGARET ,. ,.,.,,.,,.,,,,,., ,,,,.. E 'lnporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma BARCKLEY, ZOLA ..,. ,.,. . Washington Y. W. C. A. BARRETT, ARTHUR ,,,.., ,,..., T uran Band BATES, MELBA ...... ,,,,. A llen BAUM, BEULAH ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,......... Wilsey THE FRESHMEN PERFORM- BENTLEY, BEVERLY ..... .,..... M arshall, Mo. BOGUE, MARIE ................................,,.... Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, Sec., Physical Education Club, Alpha Sigma Tau BOHN, HOMER .,.......,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Climam Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Y. M, C. A. BOONE, ROSCOE .,..,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Toronto Mu Epsilon Nu, Y. M. C. A., Latin Club, Sting-Slingers, History and Government Club, Freshman Play BOOZ, MARGE .,..,,,,,.,,,,......,. ,....,.,.,,,,. M cPh.erson Winnetaska, Y. W. C. A., Sigma Pi Sigma, Alphathenian Literary Society BROADSTONE, MOLLY .,....,,..,.......,,.,,, Dighton Pi Kappa Sigma, Chorus, Band BROCK, LAURINE ,,,... .... B ufjalo BROWN, MARY ,,.,...,,,,,,.,,...,,,......,..., Olpe Winnetaska, Commerce Club BUEHLER, BEN .,.....,....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,..... Bushton Glee Club, Sigma Tau Gamma, Chorus BUENNING, LORENZ .,........ Cottonwood Falls Mu Epsilon Nu, Freshman Play Y. W. C. A,, Band, Sigma Pi Sigma, Spanish Club BAUMGARTNER, FERNE ,,,,, Y. W. C. A., Winnetaska Elbing BAYSINGER, KATHRYN ,,.,..,,,,,, ,,., H artjord Freshman Play, Y. W. C. A. BEAN, CLARENCE ......,.....,.........,,. ,,,,, M adison Sigma Tall Gamma, Band BECHTOLDT, BETTE ......,.....,,,,... ,,., N Orton. Band, Sphinx, Y. W. C. A. BELL, ELVA ............................................ NOT0atur Y. W. C. A., Student Council, Omega Lit- erary Society, French Club BELTING, ROBERT Phi Sigma Epsilon Emporia l 136 l BURDORFF, VICTOR ..., .,.,,.. L awrence CARR, MYRA .......... ,.... E mporia Freshman Play CARROLL, JAMES ..,,,,..,,,,....,,...,,..... Chicago, Ill. Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club CARTER, MARGARET ,...,.,,.., ..,. Eureka Y. W. C. A., Orchestra CHAFFEE, B. FLETCHER ..,.. Newton Phi Sigma Epsilon CHILDS, HAZEL ....... ,,,.. H erington CHILES, MELVIN ............... ,.,.. E mporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon COCKLEY, RUTH ..... ....,. P eabody Y. W. C. A, THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 ,XNDEHSON AIIM'I'blHX13 AVSTIN AXE AYEILS BAILEY, W, IZAIIIKIAIH IIA I-lARlT.Ll'VT IZATHS liAL7MGAlLT'NRR HAYSINCIICXL C. 'Y I I K H10 BENTLEY 1i1lLlL'Ii BUHN UUUXIG RUUZ BROCK BROWN RUHIIIER YSL l-INNINLS IZIQIHJUHE-'lf My CARROLI. CAliTEfl CIIAFFBIIC FHILDIS VHILICS HAIL!-2Y, WY. ISA UM l,RUA1JS'l'0NF1 lTAIt!i CUCKLFIY ff 137 Z as -:- z 362' . ,455 5 II 3 5: Z. ,Q E , Mm xr Q aw 291 151.515, Sf Qfwrifi 3t,3fz.5z ,SESS- wzzizfff :we Q- f- 18-Q55 we FV .img 413: Vfzgifif' 353539: X822-J 9? 60115 :sv 3: 'Z i ' 3 ., VF' . Qi. if f , Sfsxe, I , 'sb 25- M5 W S, R " 1 I QQQQ' - gf aw. 42 1 wma-af 5- 9 2 4. if .i E? as 'vw a was 9 A Q. A. ,v me S3855 2 5 N S? 'z' 42' ' 553439 ,w,, we Q83. 25325.32 WZ? Q ' iw 55, 5 1 f 1' .1 I 4' 1 7 . ,asf gllv'-251 Dania 1 , Kfpfkfwz, i ,lffvl ,Q ,Q fds- crf A 78 , Q 9070-,Y rn XD CONROY, DONALD Phi Sigma Epsilon CRAM, MARILYN . E7lI1JUl'l!1 .. . . .. ,,,, Neodcslm Sigma Pi Sigmag Splash Club: Y, W. C. A. CRAMIVI. CARL . .. ,,,, ,,,, .. Russell Gorman Clubi Y. M. C. A.: Band, Orches- trag Mu Epsilon Nu: Debate CRAVENS. NADEAN Alpha Sigma Alph CRAVER, JACK .. .. Phi Sigma Epsilon CROSS. ELMER . .. CROSS. VERA .... Y. VV. C. A. CUMMINGS, JEAN Winnetasliag Geogi' CURRY, MARJORIE CURTIS, LEONTINE Wiuiietaska. DAILY, SYLVANIA . . . . . Pratt og Commerce Club .. . .. Prnt! Mizlirzn .. . Johnson . ,,,,,,, Topeka aphy Club . . Madison . . ,,,, Osage City .. .. .. . Ilzlzfilzlnrl Chorus, Y, W. C, A.: Wiunctaska DAVIS. HERBERT .. .. .. .. .. .. Admire Mu Epsilon Nu, French Clubg Sting-Slingers DAUNER, HELEN .. Spanish Club DE BUHR, MARGIE Y. VV. C. A. DE BUHR, MARIE . Sawym' . . .. Soulli Haven . .. . . Soulh Hrlren Winnotaskag Y. VV. C. A. DECKER, VIRGINIA . ............. ....... G odflard Alpliathenian Literary Societyg Home Eco- nomics Club, Collegiate 4-H Club DERICKS, ANNA MARIE .. . .. .. Alclzison Y, W. C. A.g Commvrce Club, Alpha. Sigma Alpha DE TAR, IMA JEAN .. .... . .. . W0llS1'ilZe Chorus: Y. W. C. A.g Dvlta Sigma Epsilon F1381 THE PLEDGES SNEAK! IJICKEY. HELEN . .. .. , , W W Lnpzi Pi. Kappa Sigma: Y. W. C. A. DOBBS. HELEN .. Chorus: Freshman Play, DODGE, MARY .. .. Theta Sigma Epsilon EASTMAN. BARBARA .. ..... .. Y, W. C. A.g Winnetaska LDDS, CLAYTON ....... .... . Kappa Sigma Epsilon EIKERMANN. ELIZABETH EMERY, CURTIS .. ........... .. . . lfVllllfl7!lS17Il7'Q Y. W. C. A, .. Topeka Matfielrl Grcmz . Emporia Fowlrr Abilene Latin Club: Mu Epsilon Nu EVERETT, DORIS FARNEY, NVILBUR ..... Little RiI'V7' Kiowa Glee Clubg Symphonic Chorusg Mu Epsilon Nu FEATHER, IWARIE . ..... .. .... .. Lnmy Y, W. C. A.g Commerce Club FINDLY. JANE ...... ..... .......... Emporia Alpha Sigma Alphag Sigma Pi Sigmag French Club FINNERTY. JOSEPHINE .. Winnotaska EINNERTY, MARY ............. . H1l7'IforzI I1lL1'IfO7'!l Latin Club, History and Goverimicnt Clubg Winnetaska. FLEMING. NANCY .. .... .... . .. . .. Plains Physical Education Club FLETCHER, ESTHER .. ..... .. .. .... Wasilingion Sigma Pi Sigma, Choeileader FLOYD, JEANNETTE . . .... ....... Topeka Womens Glee Clubg Symphonic Chorusg Chorusg Y. W. C. A. FORT, MILES . . F7'8dO7lfIL GATES. RAYMOND .... .... O shornc Mu Epsilon Nu THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 1 X25 , ,5? .iv X ii -' F? QFQQ y !1m':U , u Q :tg Qin Q gui? ,lqulr up 535 fl gG2p . qsazg 1 Q x h " , ig 3 '. , ' K f 'V ' 1 W " if 'L 5 Z mf' K VUXROY VRAAQ vuAu1l VKAVENS URAYHH PROBE B VKOSS, Y. 1 IWIBIINGS f'l,'!i!lY VVIZTIS DAIIX DAVIS IJAUNIZII DE BVI!!! D11 RFHH, MARIE DECKEIR UERHTKS DE TAR DNTKICY DOISBS DUIILDIS EASTMAN EDDS EIKFIRMANN EMEHY EVICKETT F.-XRNEY FEATHER FINDLEY FIXNERTY. J. FINXEIi'I'Y, M. FLHMING FLETCHER FLOYD FORT UATICS 139 N. Mt? 4' x ,fm ww wx N Q w s 49159 was Q. fm 945902 W -y 6589 is as News s- 3' 'wtf Wu. vQf ws? V215 wah Massa Q59- Q W2 AQXQQ Q1-vw www-pf e 44, WS945 A596234 Q Aw, Hmm v m Q A 664415 6419984 avysf 99' SWR may S9 ffev saws saqw QQQQQ 9135 fi ZZ Q Awww? Qswwbg w Q8 ,iff 1 1 1 3SlQ ?'5Q V. Zn. 5 iggai . eff P7 F xwfgg , ,I x' 2i'xQeg' 'fzgegliz fQQ6 .3 . QW i Q.. vz, YQVQ QI ki 2- ,I . W . weak 2 , Q .fgh 3 XT? 9Q5Z J .1 J, W :Zi 52,53 ,wy- - xx 33i'3'i 1I5.j.gAs Q -V1.' . 2. gs: 5.359 if ,s A LG - l13.',,f Z? Z fv Q5, fax U '13 JQZQE :gggg 41+ ,-1 'se 2 Agia yawn 25354 1 as QQMQQ ??TXi fi, 'if ,, I - 925 M A if Kf?g GARDNER, ALVA .... Pomona Phi Delta Chi GILLETT, KATHRYN ..,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,v,,,..,,,. Coats W0men's Glee Club: Symphonic Chorus, Freshman Play GLASSCUCK, PHILIP ,,................,............,, . Hope Mu Epsilon Nug Madrigaliansg Chorusq Freshman Playg Phi Delta Chi GLICK, LILLIAN ..,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,, J unction City Alpha Sigma Alpha GLICK, PEARL .,...,.....,....,,,,...,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,. Emporia Winnetaskag Home Economics Clubg Y. W. C. A. GOLDSMITH, ANNE ,,,,,, ..,, A rundel Alpha Sigma Alpha GOODWIN, FAITH ......,,, ,,..,, E mporia Sigma Sigma Sigma GROSS, BEATRICE .Y,..,..,...,,.Y.YYY.. Pawnee Rock Pi Kappa Sigmag Orchestra GWIN, ELEANOR .,......, ...,.,,,.,,....,,.... B elle Plaine Agriculture Club: Y. W. C A.g Collegiate 4-H Club: Winnetaska GWINN, SUE .,....,, . .....,,...... YY... N ewton Alpha Sigma Alpha HALE, LENORA ,,....,, ,,,,,. E ureka HANEY, FLORENCE ,,....,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, P artridge Alice Freeman Palmer, Winnetaska HARNESS, ALTON .,.,,,....,....,....,,....,,,,..,,,,,. Liberal Freshman Class, Pres.g Phi Delta Chi HASLOVER, AGNES ..,...............,.... , ,..,,,, Abilene Home Economics Club HARPER, LEROY ..,,,,..,,..,,,,,,,,....,,,,.....,...... Abilene Phi Sigma Epsilong Football, Latin Club HARRIS, FLORENCE ,Y.,,. Montezuma Geography Club HARRIS, NADIENE ,.., ..,.,. M ontezuma HEFLEY, REUBEN .,.l, Durham Mu Epsilon Nu I 140 I BETWEEN CLASSES HENDERSON, MARJORIE AT MUSIC HALL Auburn HENSLEY, GEORGIA ,,.... ,,,.. M ullinville Pi Kappa Sigma HETZEL, GEORGE ,,... ,.... K insley HILL. LOIS ,.l,,,,,,,....,,,...,......., ,.... B uffalo Latin Club: Winnetaska HINES, FAYE ,,.. Emporia Y. W. C. A. HODGES, EMMA ,,., .-. Bigelow Y. W. C. A. HOFFMAN, BELLE ..,., .... H ore German Club HOGAN, DARREL .... ,.... H amilton Mu Epsilon Nu HORN, GLENN .............,,.......,...... - ..... Miltonvale Industrial Arts Club: Mathematics Club HOWARD, MAXINE ,,..., ,,..,. T opeka HOWLAND, PAUL ...,,.,,,, HUEBERT, GERTRUDE ? ? HULL, CHARLOTTE ...,....,,.......................... Reece Alpha Sigma Tau, Home Economics Club JEANNERET, WYNONA .....,,,....,,...,,,,. .. Emporia Y. W. C. A., Winnetaskag JONES. GLADYS ..,,,, W. C. A. JONES, JEAN .....,.........,...... Phi Mug Y. VV. C. A. JOHNSON, HAICEL .,,,, Commercial Club Biology Club Detroit Ottawa Pomona THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 GARDNER GILLE't'T GLASSCOCK HLICK. L, GIJCK, P. 12iJl.DwMI'l'Il GOODWIN GROSS GWIN GWINN IIALE EIAl.l'l, LEUNA N "ww , f Z ia HANEY IIARNI-ISS HASLUVBR HARPER HARRIS. F. HARRIY HEFLEY HENDERSON - IIENSLEY HFITZI-SL HILI. HINES HOIJGES IIOFFMAN HOGAN HORN HOWARD !I17WI,,ANi7 HUEBERT HULL JEANNERET JONES, li, JONES. J, JOHNSON 'Six ' www 5 in Wag 5 M9 mmf ss V250 N M 4 ,sf Q05 95254 S952 9 fwiw xx wif 8' QW? Gm 31 32 Qi Q, Q29 Q6 X ww Bw Sw 'QS ,,, gg Q Q Q is Q 'E QQ SVSJSN Nw is ww 'ws Q, va N mm Q Q Q kb lv Q :qw we wwf 53235 fs? X X 4 A Q2 w 3535 M3 :GX F sw ggi 12 www wma WN-2 www ww 3 'S' -1 sb N639 5X5 ww ,SW 55:39, 5-HN .AQ 3? 'asf S if 5 9.9863 - : 5 V6 S556 ,Muay 1 ?- iii 5 2 T Qt 'Q qw' ' 'g 22232 X-gf 5 ::,. ' 4 IH i 'E 252 25 gs Q 'gig .': Q ax ' ' nv .-,:, . 2' .Si " .: .:.,,I. ggi .I.' j' 5 Q 'Q iw '1iZ'5QQ L as :ff 25 J I 'ffgz Ewa f l W5 IM x 'HN 4 , ,g 5 gi g I141l f 8.9 JOHNSON. LEONA .,,,,, . ,,,,,, Y. W. C. A.: Commerce Club KERR, WILMA . ,,,,,, ,,,,, . Biology Club: Winnetaska KIMBERLIN, JAMES . . KINNAMON, VIRGIL . KOLLINS. ELAINE ,,., ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,, . . ,,,, . . ,,,.. Gypsum Aniericus Winfield Sylvia Belleville Sigma Sigma Sigma: Sunflower Staff: Spanish Club: Y, W. C. A. KLOTZ, THELMA ..............,.,... ...... . Emporia Y. W. C. A.: Biology Club: Winnetaska KNACKSTEAT, LORENE ...... Y. W. C. A. KRETSINGER, BILL . ............. Zoology Club: Phi Delta Chi LANDIS, ROMA .... LAWSON, CHARLES . ............... . Little River Emporia Lincoliwille Alden Phi Sigma Epsilon: Industrial Arts Club LAWSON, CLIVE .... Plains LIBHART, LEORA ..................... ................ T Opeka Symphonic Chorus: Women's W. C. A. Cabinet LIVENGOOD, ELOISE .. ..... .. History and Government Clu Glee Club: Y. Overland Park bl Y. W. C. A. LOOMIS, JANE ............. .... Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha LORENSON. VIRGINIA ....l,..... .........l,l A bilene Alpha Sigma Alpha: Sigma Pi Sigma: Pri- mary-Kindergarten Club LOYD, LORRAINE .......... .......... .... P 1 ifzzipsburg Latin Club: German Club MARBOUPG, WYATT .... ..... E niporia Phi Sigma Epsilon MARSHALL, ORPHA ...... . ll42l Clay Center l 9 THE FRESHMEN AGAIN! MASHETER. MELBA . ...... .. . Splash Club: Y. W. C. A. MCDANIEL. FYRNE .... Alpha Sigma Tau MODONOUGH. MARY . ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Alpha Sigma Tau: Chorus: Y. MACLEAN, MARY MCNORTON, HELEN ...... Winnetaska MCVAY, HELEN .... ,,,,, , Y. W. C. A.: Winnetaska: Kindergarten Club MILLER, BESSIE .. . IMILLER, LENA RUTH ...... .. .......... Canton Delta Sigma Epsilon: Sigma Chorus: Women's Glee Club Sabellia Liberal Arkansas City W. C. A. Emporia Valley Falls Junction City Chorus: Primary- Mullinville Pi Sigma: MILLER, LOU ......,,. ,....,, ,,,, N e wtgn Collegiate 4-H Club MINOR, MYRTLE ..... .... D eerjield MOOT, KATHERINE ...... .... A bilene German Club MORGAN, ANNABELLE ...... .... P liillipsbarg Chorus MOTT. MARJORIE .................................. Emporia Y. W. C. A.: Spanish Club: Winnetaska: Women's Glee Club: Chorus: Symphonic Chorus MUSCH, JOHN .,..... . .... Hartford MURPHY, SHIRLEY ......... ..... E mporia Sigma Sigma Sigma MYERS, EMERN .............. .... A lden Phi Sigma Epsilon NEWTON. NOLA ..... ............ ............... E 1 nporia Alpha Sigma Alpha: Art Club NIENSTEDT, WILMA .......... ................ H artford Sigma Sigma Sigma: Biology Club THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 ,SHN 'L .IGI-INSON. L. KERR KIMBERLIN KINNAMON KOLLINS f KLOTZ KNACKHTISDT KRKTSINGER LANDIS LAWSON LAWSON, CLIVE 4 LIB!-IART LIVENGOOD LOOMIS LOIQEXSON LOYD MARUUURC XIAIISHALL MASHETER MCDANIEL MQDONOUGH ZNI.wLl-IAN ISMNORTON Ah-VAY MILLER, H, MILLER. I.. RA MII.I.l'IR, L. MINOR M007 MORGAN MOTT MUSCH MURPHY M YERS1 NIAIWTON YIl"NS'VE'IlY!' l143l 1 Af Q NN 39 Q ,ww Nvw W Q EQ wwf was 0 News MMQ wax W ms, - wi? wm- wg Kgs Q msg 4, Q wwf as Q 4, . .Yue S M233 swizf .MX 9 ai, 46 W fm WNW 'Q SEQ VS Q m fig? 5 We Q 083 sag Q2 NW we Q M 5 335 A s Milf Q M Q, Q s wk A Q Q Q :Q iw ,ws 'Ms 3312: PSQY4 -Q X X2 :EQ Nea 6256 Ns 5353 "W 3:1 1 :ff Z Q' 1' k j 4' xZ." ' .:. QQQL "Z: 9 S is wav if 5 I 165522 'Q' : ' ig' 552 IQ5: Sr .b gj ,Q :N ' i Ph: b QS xii as - ., 'f , M I:-3 5132 QQ 1 , .M 395539- Q2 Q91 E- 3-P so F 3? m?:?T1N- Q . A , Q ' 4, x- N xl, ' 93 O'CONNOR, IVIARJORY ,,,.,,,,...,,,,,,, Y. W. C. A.: Alice Freeman netaska. Mucksville Palmer: Win- OVERSTREET, JOHN ,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Phi Delta Chi: Latin Club: Government. Club Strong City History and PAGE, BLAIR ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . . ,,,, Norton Latin Club: Kappa Sigma Epsilon PARRIS, BETTY ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Burlington Alphathenian Literary Society: Primary- Kindergarten Club PARRIS. FRED ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, B u r Zington Basketball: Mu Epsilon Nu PATTERSON, BOB ,,,, .. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, . . .. Emporia Student Council: Kappa Sigma Epsilon PENNER, LINDA . ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, N e wton Alphatheniau Literary Society: German Club: Mathematics Club: Chorus: Y. W. C. A. PETERS, DOROTHY ,,,,,,,,, Valley Falls Y. W. C. A.: Chorus PEYTON, ALICE ,,,,,.,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, T 0 peka Alphathenian Literary Society: Y. W. C. A. POWERS, MAYNARD .......................... Herington Chorus: Sigma Tau Gamma: Freshman Play PREDDY, BETTY ............ ... Wichita Treble Clef PROFFITT, LAURENCE . .................... Raymond Chemistry Club: Y. M. C. A.: Biology Club: Kappa Sigma Epsilon PYLE, HELEN .................. ..............,...... Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma: Home Economics Club RAY, THELMA ............................. Council Grove Delta Sigma Chi RESCH. ROBERT ......... ..... E mporia Phi Sigma Epsilon RHEA, MILDRED ............ ......... . .. Yates Center Band: Orchestra: Physical Education Club RHODEN, MARIE ........................... ...A W akeeney Winnetaska: Y. W. C. A.: Band: Chorus RINDT, DONALD ...... ..... L incolnville ll44l SPRING AND PICNICS RINKEL, LUCIE ..... ..... H uviland Y. W. C. A. RINKER., WAYNE ...... Emporia ROSS, ORVILLE ..... .,..... P eabody Phi Delta Chi RUSSUM. HAMMOND ...... ..... T opeka Phi Delta Chi SCHOENEMAN, ALMA Kingman Chorus SHANNON, LOIS ...... .............. .... W ellsville Spanish Club: Y. W. C. A.: Chorus: Alpha Sigma Alpha SHEARER, ROSALIND .... ....... E mporia Music SHELLEY, FRED .. ............ ..... ........ E 1 rzporia History and Government Club SHEPHARD, DONALD . ....... ......... ..... A cl mire Latin Club: Mu Epsilon Nu SHOWN, LOIS .............. . .....,...... .... A mcricus Biology Club: Winnetaska sLoUGH, MARY ......... ........,..... .......... Q 1 fincy Winnetaska: Spanish Club: Home Econom- ics Club: Freshman Play SMITH, DALE ........ ...... .... B u rdiclc SOCOLOFSKY, JEAN . .... ..... M arion Sphinx Club SOWDER, BEULAH .... .... .... . . .. .... Toronto Y. W. C. A.: Geography Club SPRINGFELDT ....... .. ......... ..... L orraine STEELSMITH, MARY . .... ........... ..... A IJ ilene Y. W. C. A.: German Club STERBENZ, GERTRUDE ..... .... O lpe Mathematics Club STEVENS, RUTH .... ............ . . .... Bluemonl Y. W. C. A.: French Club: Winnetaska THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 CYCONNOIK U VPIRS'l'1iE'IIf'I' PFXNNER !'l'ITHRS PYLE HA Y IUNKEI. RINKBIH SIHCAICIIII SI'il'ZLLI-IY SUCTOLOFSKY SUWDER -sw... PAGE PARRIS PARRIS, F. v PATTERSON PI-IYTON POYVERS I'I'il'IUIDY I'KOFFI'l"I' RFISCH NHRA RHODES! HINIYP RUSS RUSSUM SCHOENEM AN SHANNON SH EPH HRD SHOWN SLOUGH SMITH SPRINGF'ELI7T STEFZLSMITH STERHENZ STEVENS QC' E14Sl f J 3676? X Q3 NAWQA sz 32' we Af weve 9 x E83 was 43? QWYS www ss 'S-35459 wa Siiifwi km! xr Q26 WG vwkfvkv VW 65 V565 YV? Q JZ me x wwwifw ifvyfmzhs X? Q 3 we Saw, who KAW-Q 6951 bam Qs '? QNX-5 I Q vi 55323 in W9 Q sw. Q 22233 Z9 , :M 9 Mimi? WE 'swiifm Q 1 'Sm iw! Mm A Q 24 vs Maxi-W in ,596- 1' 3255 Qi , X 50 53" 999 Q22 G , lg gf My 'fl rigiiziia 6 QQ if l lff , gf"?,,1.. Q Q25 if 21 yu gg-sm 3" awk Q f? A1 .1 Qsli2'I::,:x2 ix ' 16. 'Qld X if" Q Sm ,sjfy .W 'f x l IM TAYLOR, HELEN , ,A.., ...., ,,..,, , ,,,. C a ldwell Winnetasliai Y. W. C, A. TELLEFSON, LILLIAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Robinson Y. W. C. A.: Collegiate 4-H Club TERWILLIGER, RUTH .,.,,,.. ...,,,,,..,..... C aldwell Alpha Sigma Alpha: String Quartet: Band: Orchestra THOLEN, TOM . ,,,,, ,....,. E mporia Phi Delta Chi THOMPSON, TREVA ..,.,,....,, ...,,.... ,....,,,.. C 0 zany Alpha Sigma Tau: Orchestra: Chorus TYGART, ROSS ..,,,, ...,....,,,,.. ..,.... L e banon Kappa Sigma Epsilon VANCE, LEWIS ,,..,.,....,,......... Cottonwood Falls Latin Club: History and Government Club: Mu Epsilon Nu VASSAR, VERA ......,.. ..... P awnee Rock Pi Kappa Sigma VANDERHOFF, MAXINE ,,,..,,,,,,.,,,.., Neodesha Sigma Pi Sigma: Splash Club: Y. W. C. A,: Sunflower Staff: Art Club VLCEK, DONALD .... .,... H olyrood Band VVALDEN, RUTH .,.................... ...... L iberal Y. W, C. A.: French Club WATSON, THERESA .............................. Winfield Freshman Class, Vice-Pres.: Madrigalians: Freshman Play: Chorus: French Club: Alpha Sigma Tau WAYMAN, MAURICE .... ,... E mporia Sigma Tau Gamma WEAVER, DORIS ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,. M ullinville Pi Kappa Sigma: Physical Education Club I 146 l AN ARTIST CREATES WHEAT, DOROTHY .,,,,, Y. W. C. A. Allen WHINERY, BOB ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, O ,fjord Kappa Sigma Epsilon: Chemistry Club WILCH, KYLE .. Y. M. C. A. YVILCOX, JAMES ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Phi Sigma Epsilon: Latin Club: Government Club WILCOX, LAWRENCE ,,,, Richland Goff Club: History Goff WILLIAMS, STELLA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Emporia Winnetaska: Primary-Kindergarten Club WILLIAMSON, JESSIE ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hartford Winnetaska: Y. W. C. A.: Chorus WILSON, AGNES ..... ,,,.., C limafc WILSON, OPAL ,,,,, ,,A, 5 allyardg WOLFE. MARY ,,..., ,,.,., C onway Springs WOOD, LAVIRA ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Bglprg Art Club: Winnetaska: Band WORRELL. VERNELLE ,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Atchison Y. W. C. A.: French Club: Art Club: Alpha Sigma Alpha YEOMAN, MARGARET ,,,.,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y K ingnian Treble Clef: Women's Glee Club: Chorus ZUERCHER, EDNA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,, YYYY,, YYY, W h, itgwatgr Y. W. C. A.: Winnetaska: Agriculture Club THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 TAYLOR TELLEFSON TERW1l,Lll11l4lli THOLEN THOMPSON 'FYGART VANCE VASSAR VANDERHOFF VLCEK WAIAJEN WATSON WAYMAN WEAVER WHEAT , i . 4 ri 3,13 WHINERY WILCH WILCOX, J. WILCOX, L. NVILLIAMS WILLIAMSON WILSON, A, WILSON. O. WOLFE WOOD WORIUJLLL YEOMAN ZLTERCHER l147J 148 Student organizations, departmental and social, represent those students who have accepted the challenge of the various phases of campus life and who have met the challenge with eagerness and enthusiasm. Organiza- tions do not exist for personal glori- fication. It is of little import just what club or sorority or fraternity a student is affiliated withg in any case, he is contributing to the permanent values of college life. He is learning to cooperate with others and to make himself a part of the forces that are answering the "call" of education. C' uItc11'n "Calls N recognition of student achieve- ment, the Sunflower staff held an election to choose outstanding stu- dents on the campus in a king and queen contest. The royalty was elected on the basis of beauty and handsome- ness, personality, neatness and dress, and leadership. ln every case the stu- dents found the selection of the most outstanding persons for these honors very difficult, for a choice seemed to be discrimination against others. By tabu- lating the results of the entire voting, Evelyn Wenrich and Wilbur Daeschner won the title of the Sunflower Queen and King, representative Teachers Col- lege collegians. Miss Wenrich is a jun- ior and a member of Alpha Sigma Al- pha. lVlr. Daeschner, a senior, is presi- dent of the Student Councilg he is asso- ciated with Kappa -Sigma Epsilon. This is the first time in seven years that the Sunflower King and Queen have been chosen by popular electiong heretofore the voting was limited to those students who purchased books. Because the re- sults were so close, the staff decided that recognition of only the king and queen could not be justified, therefore, the first three choices in each of the qualifications -- beauty, personality, neatness and dress, and leadership. has been included ....... Wilbur Daeschner and Evelyn Wenrich The Sunflower King and Queen F225 ""Wmf-www 5525 iii LFNA PLUMLIZY ARCHIIQ SA S r M A RYAN BROOKS CECIL R HOADS IJDNA LOUISE TU RNICR ' uf -,e W New N ROMAN! NADIENE FORRIL SARA SUSAN -ION HUNT ST FREASF FS ORIS PATRICIA K MCGUIRE ELLEY RUTH STONE HAL HGLLEMBEAK BYRON ESI-IELMAN HELEN BRIGGS RICHARD SEXVIiI,I. ELAINE KOLLINS BILLIIC IYNGLIZR DOROTHY RESCH DELORIQS HONER x':.1 HQPWIBTIQH TUDENTS on the campus are well acquainted with George H. Phillips who is recognized for his friendliness and his interest in student problems. Particularly has he been an aid to the l937 Sunflower staff who have turned to him for guidance and direction in editing the annual. Likewise, students who have been associated with The Bulletin have felt the influence of his personality, and have found in his friendship a stimulation for greater achievements. Although Mr. Phillips is busy with the problems of publicity and publications, he always has time to re- spond to the call of a friend who seeks his opinion or his services. His devo- tion to the men and women on the campus has won him a multitudinous number of admirers. He is a friend of the Teachers College youth. VALUE JOHNSON GI:ORGE H PHILLII 5 l1S6l so TW IN MEMORIAM RDF. John P Drake began his service in Emporia in 1913 which was terminated by his death after twen- ty-three consecutive years of work. Prof. Drake was appointed the head of the department of physics six months after his arrival here, the position he still held at the time of his death. His chief hobby was traveling and much of his leisure time was spent in visiting renowned places in the United States. ln tennis and other sports, he likewise found enjoyment and recreation. Prof. Drake will long be remembered because he won the friendship of the students with whom he came in contact, and his influence, past and present, will forever stand as a monument of his work. PROF. QI. P. DRAKI resume of the voting for King and Queen is as follows: Evelyn Wenrich, Elaine Kollins, and Patricia Kelley were elected the most beau- tiful women of K. S. T. C. Likewise, Albert Locke, Wilbur Daeschner, and Hal l-lollembeak were voted the most handsome men. The most outstanding women personalities are Edna Louise Turner, Nadine Hunt and Lena Plumleyg Cecil Rhoads, Archie San Romani, and Wilbur Daeschner won the men's personality honors. The students chose Evelyn Wenrich, Doris Mc- Guire, and Sara Susan Jones as the neatest women dressers, and Byron Eshelman, Richard Sewell, and Wilbur Daeschner in the men's divi- sion. Helen Briggs and Wilbur Daeschner are the outstanding campus leaders according to the results. Others recognized for their leader- ship ability are Ruth Stone, lVlaryan Brooks, Archie San Romani, and Forrest Frease. ln the Homecoming Queen contest Billie Engler was selected for the honor above Dorothy Resch, Delores l-loner, Nlaryan Brooks, and Lena Plum- ley, who attended the queen during the cele- bration. Twelve girls were nominated for the title. lVliss Engler is a junior and a member of Sigma -Sigma Sigma. ln the elections the re- sults were very close, and the above students won campus recognition from a field of approx- imately one hundred canclidate-s ...... as Q we N X' ASQ' Q waive v 96 41 A Aa ws r M w :Jem +9124 iii? Y' 'S v w K Vive Q' zgs wiki wr N w QAQQ A A 9 Q sw My Q 2865 me AC' wifi Q? :Q XM msg, 5 5252 MSQ X Pi 6532 9 '33 AX E. f gg ll 1' aa? . :ff 'V mi X X w c E QQ.f 'TW' aikiq xx EXT? efwas g'gxQ ASQ If Mi ngqyf ' 5 'g'QX.,.: , W., .4 SS ,g ffgjffsg 225322 mgf OFFICERS Prvsiflwzl ,,,7, Y,,7 ,7,7 . L OUISE SYMES E ' Vice-Prcsidclzi ,,,. ,,w, ,,,,7,. N . 'XDINE HUNT Recording Sc'c'rr'fu1'y ,,,, ALTA TANNER 9: Corrvspomling Sefrefary ,,7,,7,,,, MILDRED BURNAP P h . 7 S Treasurer A,,. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , A ,,,.,,,,,,,, LOLA RP.AGAN Pan-Hellenic RCIJ1'C'Sl'l7fdfiL'l'.T ,,,, ,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, .. Z LOUISE SYMES, NAIJINIAQ HUNT e Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma, the oldest educational sorority, was founded at the Virginia State Normal School, Farmville, Virginia, in 1893. Pi chapter was installed on this campus in 1917. The open motto of Sigma Sigma Sigma is "Faithful unto death." The sorority publication is t'The Triangle." Billie Engler was chosen by popular student vote as Peggy Pedagog, the home- coming queen. Founders' Day was celebrated April 20 with a dinner given at the chapter house. In November the pledges entertained at the Country Club with their annual party: in january the members held their mid-semester party in the Hotel Broadview Grill. Several teas were given throughout the year. Among these were the Friendship, the Mothersi, and the Alumnae Teas. The most important event of the year was the moving into the new chapter house at 310 W'est Twelfth Avenue this spring. The spring formal, the Violet Dance, was held in the new house. MEMBERS: Melba Beuchat, Margaret Bowers, Mildred Burnap, LaVone Cable, Billie Engler, Geraldine Gillis, Margaret Holland, Nadine Hunt, Susan Sarah Jones, SPOIYSOI' I -if - 4 Miss Virginia NVheeler Pairom and Pat1'011c's5c's Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Stroud Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rice H misc' Ill ofbm' Mrs. J. Fred Boggess Flower Violet C0l0rs Purple and White 11601 THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 Helen Lenander, Lucille Moore, Wilnia Neinstedt, Lola Reagan, Roberta Reed, Dorothy Reseh, Louise Symes, Alta Tanner, Martha Virginia Teena, Helen Yates. PLEDGES: Ida Caroline Axe, Bette Bush, Katherine Evans, Ada Lou Forrester, Faith Goodwin, Barbara Harper, Opal Kendall, Elaine Kollins, Shirley Murphy, Helen Pyle, Mary Katherine Rich, Ruth Sehottler, Arlene Stark. l Mrs. Boggess, Axe, Beuehat, Bowers, Burnap Bush, Cable, Engler, Evans, Forrester Gillis, Goodwin, Harper, Holland, Hunt Jones, Kendall, Kollins, Lena nder Moore Murphy, Neinstcdt, Pyle, Reagan, Reed Resch, Rich, Stark, Symes, Tanner, Teem E161 ..,.., 5 :,g,.::::!,E , 'Q .5 1: 5 1 222,551 , , ii 2 , ,,.,. gg i 1 5323523 , f 2 I 3 Q if , . .,,. . 5-. ...2 is W 21215522-' fl: ., g gi 355 2 E l f 3 ffl! OFFICERS Fuxsi SEMESTLR 4 R Pyexidcnf ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, WILLIS SHAFFER View-Prf'sir1w1zf ,,,,,, .,.,. ,,,v, D c UN THOMAS Sm-refury ,,,,,,,A,,, .,,,. R ICHARD SEWELL PV ho' Qi' Treasurer ,.,,,,..,....,-w,,.,,,,,7,,,.,7,7.ff MASON CARR SECOND SEMESTER ' President M ,,7,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,., ,. GAIL SHANNON Vice-Presidcwf ,,,,, ,,,7 I -IAL I-IOLLEMBEAK I Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,, A RNOLD LISTER T E Trcasurm' ,,,,,,. ,,,,, J AMES EATON Phi Delta Chi Phi Delta Chi fraternity was founded in March, 1921, by a group of World War veterans, embodying the athletic, social, and scholastic phases of school life into an organization that now has more than four hundred members and alumni. The Emporia chapter is Alpha of Phi Delta Chi. During the 1936-37 year Phi Delta Chi has presented its novelty skit, "The Martins and the Coys," to more than 1,500 people. Established also in the past year was the Phi Delt Mothers' Club with twelve charter members. Immediately after it was in- stalled, the club made fraternity initiation robes. The Phi Delt basketball team won the intra-mural tournament and many out-of-town games. For the past three years the Phi Delts were in possession of the Sunflower Campus Kingship. The September rush party was held in the Broadview Grill, September 9, 19365 the pledge party, the Phi Delt Swing, was held in the Grill November 21, 1936. The second semester rush party was held at the chapter house in January, the annual spring formal, the Phi Delt Spring Splash, was held May 15, 1937, in the Student Union Ball- room. ACTIVE MEMBERS: Victor Ames, Claude Arnett, Don Baltz, Paul Brown, Mason Carr, Richard Childers, Harold Clark, Kenneth Colwell, Basil Cooney, Vincent Davis, James Eaton, I-Iomer Eikerman, Alva Gardner, Gareth Gilson, Alton Harness, Lawrence Hickox, Dale Hogan, Hal Hollembeak, Vernon I-Iolman, Percy Keller, Glenn L I Colors Ng I 'W ' V I ifqigfnf 5 .XL Red and White N ,ii Floiwcr I""'r-'-4, V, 5 s g. Q I XVhite Carnation . E 1 I V' s A N 5 ,... Iiii I r i g? if H ouscnzofher E Mrs. Florence N. Lesh I :-. aarra I..-5 Spfmwfs V I I ref 1's Dr. C. E. Arnett if. A I Dr. E. J. Brown M : -3'fl1?f'is" iiitv: iill Dr. V. A. Davis A- Ig ,,1, ! Q i , .,,,Qg,Q . Prof. C. K. Turner Prof. G. C. Wilson I162l THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 Kready, NVilliam Kretsinger, Arnold Lister, Erwin Luthi, Kenneth Murdock, James McKim, Jack Overstreet, Bernard Reeble, Orville Ross, Richard Sewell, Willis Shaffer, Gail Shannon, Tom Tholen, Don Thomas, Arthur Triemer, Curran Tuggle, John Zim- merman, Julian Zimmerman. PLEDGES: Robert Brown, Dale Canfield, Jack Coover, Robert Foote, Wendell Glasscock, Florian Swanson, George Tinklin, Hammond Russem, James Bell, William Keller, Howard Pipkin, Marvin Watkins, Edgar Eikerman. Mrs. Lesh, Arnett, Baltz, Carr, Childers, Brown Canfield, Clark, Cooney, Coover, Davis, Eaton Eikerman, Foote, Gardner, Gilson, Glasscock, Harness Hogan, Hollembeak, Holman, Keller, Kready, Kretsinger Lister, Luthi, McKim, Murdock, Overstreet, Reeble Ross, Russem, Sewell, Schaffer, Shannon, Pipkin Tholen, Triemer, Tuggle, Watkins Zimmerman, Dr. Davis l163 l ' I'E::z',3,.ff V I i - gl Ei, :g li if l ,, 1 : is 41 39 2, ag ii :i:, 3 5 X3 WBC!! 5233 'ZW Q ff. fi ,. '4:-:1:em5 5: 22 : .E A .gg ..,...,....+ . Q 15 m g . is . ,, 3 OFFICERS Prggidwff W , DOROTHY OZENBERG1311 Vice-Pmidvnf .,, . . . f SUSAN JOHNSON Sp!-rpfgry ,,Y,,,,A7YM,,AA7,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, D O LLY RODEE Trmgurpr , ,,7, W , , N ,,,,, DOROTHY RIELIEIK Pan-Hellenic R6'f7Vt'Sl'llfllfil"l'S .7Y,,Y,,,,,V. V,,..fff.ffffff SUSAN JOHNSON, lJOROTHY OZENBERCER Theta Sigma Upsilon Theta Sigma Upsilon sorority was founded at K. S. T. C. in 1907, but it was known as the Sigma Literary Society until 1921 when the national organization was founded by Frances Harshbarger. This is the only sorority that is an Alpha chapter on this campus. l164l 4 ff! 1. I Vfs Y , Q I 'Q sf 'ss QXWQQ4' 3 The motto is "The Higher Good." The official publications are "The Torch" and "The Shield." The Fourth National Convention was held August 17-20 at Colorado Springs. Major social events of the year were a Valentine Ball and a Farewell Dance. The chapter house is at 1011 Merchant Street. MEMBERS: Donna Conkle, Mary Louise Dodge, Dorothy Ozen- berger, Susan Johnson, Leona Johnson, Dolly Rodee, Melba Masheter, Dorothy Riemer, Alice Lofstead. Acfire Sfrouxor Miss Pearl Weidman Sponsor Miss Queen Harper H ozzsc nz ofher Mrs. W. S. Ruggles, Jr. Pafrmzessex Mrs. Frederick Scott Mrs. R. A. Wortman Mrs. Elsie Pine Flower-Pink Rose Colors-Pink and Silver Weidinaii, Ccnkle, Dodge L. Johnson, johnson, Ozenbcrgcr, Lofstead Masheter, Riemer, Rodce THE UNFLGWER. .1937 Q 7 Kiwi. M 1iiii1m'i111 The national publication of Phi Mu Gamma is "The Tri- Shield." livery two years the sorority holds a national conclave to which each chapter sends representatives. National Conclave occurred in hlune, 1956, in Chicago. Mu chapter maintains its chapter room at 1202 Highlantl. ACTIVE lNllflNlBl?RS: Eleanor Colegrove, Naomi Fees, Gladclen Haskell, Genevieve Huckstep, Louise McCray, Mercedes Schmit- tcr, Hana Pearl Shipley, Dollie Tharnstrom, Helen XVi1son. PLEDGES: Roberta Davies, Mary Margaret Dimon, Gwendolyn llvcrcst, Jean Jones, Dorothy Mc- Claren, Mary Helen Reed. Mitchell, T11 rasher, Colegrove, Davies Dimon, lfverest, Fees, Haskell Huckstcp, ilenes, McC1aren, McCray Reed, Schmitter, Shipley, Tharnstrcm, NVi1sori 1' If f' '1' '-1' H21 S '4'l'1'f4lV'j' I1i.vh1i'ii111 I1' 111-Hiflli' ' K ' J1'1'S1'llfLIfil1'X 1i,1iRS 1JoL1.n. il'l1A1iNS'I'ROM M1zliK2EDES ScHM1'1'1iaR 121 Lamont COLliG1lON11f , , HELEN XV11,soN , , ,, ,, Naomi Fits ELEANOR Couieiaovii, HLi,1:N WI1.soN PI11 Mu Gamma Phi Mu Gamma, naticnal fine arts fraternity, was feunded at Hollins College, Hollins, Virginia, in 1898. The history of Mu chapter dates from -lanuary, 1917, when a girls' music club became a local sorority, Theta Chi 1 ' 1 oil : dj .1 P1 ml 1 T 1 I 1 if uf L H X 'Tl'1'1l1'1ll'l'1' ,, ,,,,, , W ,, W 1 P1 rm 11 1 i x X , X ll . 9 Theta, one of the first four sororities to be organized on the campus. ln May, 1921, the local sorority became Delta chapter of the National sorority, Lambda Phi Delta, and remained so until 1930. ln 1930 Lambda Phi Delta merged with the national fine arts fraternity, Phi Mu Gamma. 11651 av :., f :'- 3 :1 Lii izi. -a as - Q .. 1? ' Z - Q, Q x i ' Q1 v ..,., , sp., :.. as ., 4 -,SI Ms? 'swag ,SQ V 1 2 ,N 'V Eg lla -1 ' 1 1 is L Q ,A 1 52 i e 'l.. , -1 QMQZQQSQ ,., , . , "' . gg, ..,, 323 32 357 MM. . We ,., ' 1 , I f' OFFICERS ' ff!! W- X Pnfsiden! ...,,7.,,,, 7,,, O RVILLE HOOH N Vice-Prcsidml ,,.. VERNON LoOM1s lil! I Vir'e-President ROBERT GILMAN Secretary ,,,,,,,, ,,,. R OY SCHURTER Trf'as11rr'r .,,,, DAN NYE Sigma Tau Gamma The Delta chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma, a national teachers college fraternity, will look back on year 1936-57 as one of its very brightest. Last December, at Sigma Tau Gamma's national conclave in Hot Springs, Ark., Glenn Pennington, B. S. in Ed. ,3 6, was elected to the office of vice-president of the national grand council, and President Orville Hoch was presented the national "Efficiency Cup' for Delta's permanent possession, having won the cup for the third time in 1936. For the second time in three years, the Sigma Tau's were awarded first place in Homecoming decoration. This year, Delta chapter has been substantially aided by an active alumni organization which holds monthly meetings. To cooperate with this organization, Delta has expanded its news-letter policy to include a series of four or five letters to all alumni members. Delta chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma dates on this campus from pre-war years when the organization, then called Beta Alpha Tau, was popularly known as the "Bats" Then, on January 20, 1922, the Beta Alpha Tau's became the Delta chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma, a national social and professional teachers college fraternity, founded in XVarrensburg, Mo., July 2, 1920. Steadily growing from that time, there are now twenty chapters in thirteen states. The official national magazine, the "Saga of Sigma Tau Gamma," is published each December and April. The social calendar of Sigma Tau Gamma for this year includes, in addition to two rush-week dances, the Pledge Parties, given annually and each semester by the pledges for the pleasure of the "actives" and alumni, the Christmas Stag Dinner, the annual old-time "Forty-Ninerv costume party, the Spring liormalg the Founders, Day Banquetg and the annual Farewell Party. H 01150111 offam' Mrs. Alice Potts Sponsors Dr. M. W. Roper Dr. L. E. Blackman Mr. A. D. Schmutz Mr. G. H. Philips Flower Wfhite Rose Colors Blue and White 11661 THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 ACTIVE MICMBICRS: Howard Anderson, Robert Anderson, Charles Bergerhcuse, Keith Foster, Robert Gilman, Alonzo Hnrtwig, .luela Henvner, johnny Hill, Orville Hoeh, Wilscilt Jordan, Lawrence Krehbiel, Vernon Loomis, Philip Lord, Lloyd McClellan, Weiitlell Melntosh, Williilnt Nutting, Daniel Nye, Chester Parker, Vernen Pennington, Delmont Peterson, Lyle Sehciaf, Roy Schurter, Fugcne Souders, Cress Surface, Wliitby Turner, Charles XVnyman, Maurice Waynxaii, Truman XY'eigand, Kenneth West, Eugene Reley, Williani Smith, Maynard Powers, Kenneth Hendricks, Clarence Bean. PLIZDGFS: Custer Carpenter, Wfillium Skinner, LeRoy Armstrong, Charles McCoy, Donald Terry, Lowell NWeir, Don Lawton, George Rockey, Wfillinni Yearout, Virgil Springfeldt, Eugene Remy, Robert Burrell. Mrs. Potts, Anderson, R. Anderson, Benn, Bergerhouse, Boyle Flickingcr, Foster, Gilman, Hartwig, Heavner, Hendricks Hill, Hoeh, Jordon, Krehbiel, Loomis, Lord McClellan, McCoy, McIntosh, Nye, Pennington, Peters Powers, Roekey, Roley, Sehnnf, Sehurter, Smith, Terry, Souders, Surface Turner, Wayinan, M. Wayniaii, Weigand, Weir, West t l167fl 1 P zi i as wa 2 i.,.i 5 if 'S lf Wests gsm 'E My il 9 iaiiigtef 5:60 45? 55 Fifa ilggllw 25555 fig' 1352 lil , iflg 2 ie we YE ers is ill i iixlgi 1 OFFICERS C? President ,,,,,...,,,,,,7,,,,,,w,,,,. JOYCE SIDENER X Vice-President .....,,,A,, ,,,,, V IVIAN WEAVER I l Treasurer ,.,,,.,,.,,......,,, .. ,,,,,,,, CLEDA DAVISON A f Recording Secretary ..,,,,,.,,..,.,,,, JUNE MULLINAX X Corresponding Seerefary ,,7, GWENDOLYN SMITH X Corresjnonrling Ezlilor ,,,,,,,,,,EE ALBERTA BRICKELL Q Q Pi Kappa Sigma At Michigan State Normal School, Ypsilanti, Michigan, Pi Kappa Sigma was founded. Sigma Gamma, a local club, became Iota chapter of the organization on February 22, 19185 it was the first sorority on this campus. The sororit ma azine, "The Laurel," is issued uarterl to alumnae and members Y 41 Y of the twenty-eight chapters. A national convention is held every three years and will meet this summer July 14-17 at Colorado Springs. Founders' Day was observed November 17, at the Mit-Wfay Hotel. The Annual Pledge Party and the Spring Formal were held in the Student Union Ballroom. The Farewell Party was at the Country Club. Sponsors Mrs. Edwin J. Brown Dr. Minnie Miller A 1' Housemoflzer Miss Emma Jones Pafrons and Pzzfrorzesses Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Schmutz Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore Colors Turqouise Blue and Gold Flowers Jonquil and Forget-Me-Not 1681 THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 MEMBERS: Doris Bolinger, Alberta Brickell, Molly Marie Broadstone, Frances Coltrane, Cleda Davison, Helen Dickey, Ruth Emric, Pauline Foster, Beatrice Gross, Thuralene Harbaugh, Vyanda Hunt, Margaret Ann Lewis, Eloise Livengood, Mildred Livengood, June Mullinax, Marjorie O'Conner, Christie Lee Prescott, Marie Pritchard, Lorene Radke, Evelyn Belle Recs, Joyce Sidener, Gwendolyn Smith, Roberta Songer, Vera Vassar, Doris Weaver, Vivian Wfeaver, Yvonne Wfinkler. Mrs. Jones, Bolinger, Brickell, Broadstone, Davison Dickey, Emrie, Gross, Harbaugh, Hunt Lewis, Livengood, M. Livengood, Mllllinax, O'Conner Prescott, Pritchard, Radko, Rees, Wenxfer, Sidener Sanger, Smith, Vassar, V. W'eavcr Wiiikler I169l is 3 ,.-4 'si I T Mgr? ,2,: .1513 Lil 3 32 :5 2 3 ' 3 f E E Q, is 3 S 5 E 'Q E ,Z gr gigs 55322 , ll EE 4?-215 in 2539252 5.5523 figs E352 2 EE lei? 552 is ii gi ,E . ggi We E li 32 El xii r sg r 3255 egg 9' ge :egg tis? as get if Qi ii? V 'E E P WMM' JOSEPHINE ROBERTS, MARJORIE KELLY - XX 74 x O f ik Q x OFFICERS k Presidvzzf ,,,,, ,,,,, , . .. ,. MARJORIE KELLY -V N Tift?-Pl'l'SiZIt'IIf L,,, KATHARINE MARBOURG N Svcrelary . ,L,L , ..,,,,,,,, DORIS SHERRARD - Tl'FMS1Ll'l'T ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, .,,,L, C AROL COVERT Y COT'l'C'S!J017t1iI7.Q Sc'f'1'rfary ,L,,,. ,,,,,,,,, . MINA LOY A Pmz-Hcllvlzif Rf'j11'csc'f1iafiz'es ,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,.,,..,,. qc O 'T' 'faq Us , aj 2,151 O. Delta Sigma Epsilon 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. On March 31, 1917, the Omega Literary Society became Epsilon chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon. There are now thirty active chapters. The sorority magazine, "The Shield," first published in 1917, is a quarterly, The first outstanding social event this year was the Pledge Party held at the Student Union. The Delta Sig Snow Skate, the Christmas formal dinner dance, held at the chapter house was outstanding because of its attractive and appropriate decorations. The biggest party of the year was the Spring Formal, a dinner dance held at the Broad- view Hotel. The social season ended with the Annual Farewell Party. Founders' Day was celebrated with a service and banquet on September 23. The Delta Sigs always celebrate Mother's Day and this year they had a house party on April 17 and 18 which was attended by many out-of-town mothers. Colors Olive Green and Cream 1 . , Flower Cream Tea Rose Paf1'011f'ssr's Miss Gertrude Brown Mrs. T. B. Lord Mrs. F. L. Gilson Sjronsor Miss Esther Swart H01l.9CIllllfZJCY Mrs. Nellie Hall 1701 l N , My f'?5 as W fr? iris TI-IE UNFLOWER . . 1937 ACTIVE MEMBERS: Grace Anderson, Marjorie Baltz, Helen Edwards, Irene Ellis, Eunice Guilfoil, Hazel Howard, Nellie Lee Kayser, Doris Kell, Patricia Kelley, Marjorie Kelly, Nina Loy, Katharine Marbourg, Dolores Miller, Lena Ruth Miller, Thelma Ray, Josephine Roberts, Ella Sehwandt, Ann Sherrard, Georgia Wfilliams. PLEDGES: Gladys Anderson, Mary Jane Deans, Ima Jean DeTar, Kitty Doyle, LaFaun Gormley, Marie Hunter. , Mrs. Hall, Anderson, Baltz, Covert, Anderson DeTar, Doyle, Edwards, Ellis, Gormley Howard, Guilfoil, Kayser, Kell, Kelley M. Kelly, Lister, Loy, Marbourg, Miller R. Miller, Slierrard, Roberts, Seliwantlt, D. Slierrard, Ray, W'illiams f F Aulfla ' 171 2 . , Sf 4, 9 ? Www S 9563 we 3 sw tw ,S Q 'if 3586 qfiifvfw -is wg 29343 9 Wikis Xe Q NAL :sig 'fide it sas 255332 5555 qw- ir sg 2 13: if 2 Q wi -r. I-ill:-N E "I?:iQQ,f,3: 32321 f vi 9 5- 33' 9 SG Q 23535 F 015599 f'1'9'EiS L' vii . if X 'ZS S3 is i f g, 5 D Salim f Q YB YA H YB Q Q OFFICERS f Q P7'f'Sldf'77f ...,, . ,, , ,7,7,, , , ., ,,,, DELoREs HONER Vice-Prffsidenf ,,,,, VIRGINIA LOIS BRIGGS 73? gg Secretary ,,.,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,I..,II HAZEL RORICK 'A' , Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,I,I,. WINIFRED VIGNEIQON Qi, Pan-Hellenic Rrjwcsffiztalizfc' EVELYN HEINTZ 1 Y Alpha Sigma Tau 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 organization. The sorority pin is a modified shield of black onyx bordered with pearls, and dis- plays the Greek letters of Alpha Sigma Tau. The pledge pin is a monogram of gold. The official publication of the organization, "The Anchor," is edited semi-annually. The home of Alpha Sigma Tau is located at 1006 Constitution Street. Delores Honer, president of the chapter, is also president of Pan-Hellenic Council this year, and a member of Xi Phi. This spring she was pledged in Kappa Delta Pi. Mabel Gertrude King is a member of the Madrigalians. Sponsor Miss Helen Garman Patrons Dr. and Mrs. Paul Shebilsky Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jackson Colors Emerald and Gold Flower Yellow Rose 11721 THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 MEMBERS: Delores Honer, Virginia Lois Briggs, Melba Jenkins, Hazel Rorick, Lucretia Peacock, Evelyn Heintz, Myrel Yost, Mable King, Winifred Vigneron, Marie Bogue, Treva Thompson, Mary McDonough, Edith Jobe, Ellen Herron, Charlotte Hull. i l Mrs. Finkbiner, Garman, Bogus, Briggs, Hcintz, Herron, Honer, Hull jenkins, -lobe, King, McDanicls BlCDllHlillgl1, Peacock, Roric li, Smith Vigneron, Walters, Watsaan, Yost l 173 " "" X X S crm OFFICERS , I Prcsidcu! ,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,7,, , ,,,,, , ...,,. CECIL RHOADS V 1 Vice-President ,,,,,,,,,, 7.,,, . . LEo COLTON Sc'c'rt'ta1'31-Treaszufer ,,,, ,,,.,,.. ,,,, J A MES BAIRD I I V1 I - Svrgcam'-at-Arms ,,,,,,,,..,,..E..A ARCHIE SHEPPARD I Y am ' I Cor1'c'spo11di11g Secrcffary ,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, C ARL SODEN l xll 'L . 4 lf W QV, I I I Y Y I I E : A Ir I r Phi Sigma Epsilon 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 constitu- tion embodying these principles, and organized themselves 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 embodies is clearly indicated by the number of its mem- bers outstanding in athletics. Among the twenty-eight Phi Sigs who made football letters were co-captains: XVilliam Starkey and John Strube, and captains-elect: Richard Mawdsley and Harry Kline. Ten members were on the basketball squad. DeMott and Sumner, two of the best hurdlers in the circuit, and Tony Lohkamp, star weight man, lead the list of trackmen. William Starkey, Richard Mawdsley, and Cecil Rhoads are members of Xi Phi honor- ary leadership fraternity. The annual Iden scholarship was awarded to- Cecil Rhoads, ACTIVE MEMBERS: Bruce Anderson, Kirk Austin, Verne Ayers, Kenneth Baird, James Baird, Claris Burns, Robert Belting, Leo Colton, Donald Conroy, Rudolph Fox, James King, Charles Lawson, LaVerne Lehman, Wyatt Marbourg, Richard Mawds- ley, Virgil Phelan, Ralph Powell, Lindell Petty, Hubert Rapp, Cecil Rhoads, Max Robison, Aaron Romine, Archie Sheppard, John Schartz, William Starkey, Arthur Colors Blue and Old Rose Flower White Carnation Housemofbvr Mrs. Effie Mullins Sllnonsors Dr. Philip Morgan Prof. C. L. Jackson Prof. J. F. Dietrich Prof. C. J. Gladfelter 11741 THE UNFLOWER. . 1937 Starkey, Carl Soden, Harvey Sybril, Lloyd Thomas, Dean Wfagaman, LeRoy Harper, W'alter Phipps, Robert Innes, Kenneth Johnson. PLEDGES: Fletcher Chaffee, Jack Craver, Herbert Dickson, Robert Resch, Meredith Pipkin, Ralph Pitts, A. J. Lawson, XY'illia NVilson, T. D. Wlieat, Gus Emery, Albert XViley, Verne Sumner, Bud Wilcox. L1 , -4? at f 4' aus. -an-3. .. ,, i--r 31 leaflet if Kenneth DeMott, Richard Hudson, m Rand, William MacMillan, James Mrs. Mullins, Anderson, Austin, Ayers, Baird, Baird Vance, Belting, Burns, Chaffee, Colton, Conroy Craver, DeMott, Iimery, Fox, George, Harper lnnis, -lelinson, King, Lawson, Lehman, Mahonex Mawdsley, Meats, Myers, Parker Marbeurg, Phelan, Powell, Rand, Resch, Petty Rhoads, Robison, Romine, Schartv, Sheppard, Sybril Soden, Starkey, XV. Starkey, Thomas, W.ig11n1g1ii W'ilei.x l17Sl sti f f Q M Ao l 5 x X' -1 3 4 S25 is Ek ' 2 vW S, S ails 2 Q 94-'B is 9 is E is sg fg 3694? 'Wig E its gi 3? 1 el 'll if l , i si: 2,3 . Sw l ix illlils Q? ,sag 1if Wig Sis QS. s .sg tts Q52 SEQ SSS rf s A M 52 wa s ., l gag N xi SSR -sg gy ws , SW , . . f Za SS swf Q' 1 ,, Q Z W Alpha Sigma Alpha OFFICERS President ,77,,,7A,, ,,,7,7,,,,, M ARGARET ABILDGAARD Vive-Presiderzi ,,,,,,.A,,, ,,,....v. M ARYAN BROOKS Recording Secretary ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.., ABBIE AMRINE Corresponding Secretary .,....,, DELORES THOLEN Treasurer ,,g,,,,,,, MARGARET MARY WOODMANSEE Pun-Helle11ir' Rejrresen fafifver R..,A,,,,,,,,.,,.,,..,,,,,,. A,,, BIARCARET ABILDGAARD, EDNA L. TURNER 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. The open motto of the sorority is t'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 it was followed with the Pledge Party, and the Christ- mas Party at the Country Club, the Spring Formal, a Mother's Day Tea, and a Farewell Party given with Delta Sigma Epsilon social sorority. A Margaret Abildgaard attended the national convention in Breezy Point, Minnesota, last August. Evelyn W'enrich was chosen Sunflower Queen. Maryan Brooks, Margaret Abild- gaard, Edna Louise Turner are members of Xi Phi. The chapter house is at 112 West Twelfth. MEMBERS: Dorothea Abildgaard, Margaret Abildgaard, Abbie Amrine, Margaret Barber, Maryan Brooks, Mary Louise Butcher, Ruth Cheney, Lillian Clough, Nadean Cravens, Betty Cremer, Keats Dorney, Virginia Eicholtz, Ida Mae Elder, Jane Findley, Mildred Garrett, Lillian Glick, Margaret Hilliard, Stelouse Hockensmith, Jane Loomis, Colors Red and W'hite Flowers Aster and Narcissus Housemofber Mrs. Rose West Sponsor Miss Edna McCullough Patrons and Pafronesses Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rowland Mrs. C. R. Phipps Mrs. Cornelia Conwell Mrs. O. J. Borchers 11761 Q THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 Virginia Lorenson, Isabel Mnbes, Marjorie Moore, Noln Newton, Marguerite Rice, Alice Slater, Ruth Stone, Ruth Terwilliger, Delores Tholen, Edna Louise Turner, Evelyn Wenricli, Jennie Wfilliams, Dorothy Vifingerd, Joyce Wfingrnve, Vesta Wootl, Margaret Mary XVoodinnnsee. PLEDGES: Harriet Cox, Margie DeBuhr, Anna Marie Dericks, Ann Goldsmith, Lois Shannon, Vernelle Worrell. Mrs. W'est, D. Abildgagird, M. Abildganrd, Amrine, Barber, Brooks Butcher, Cheney, Clough, Cox, Cravens, Cremer Deliuhr, Dcricks, Dnrncy, Eieholtz, Elder, Findley Garrett, Gliek, 'W Gt,-ldsmith, Gwinn, Hilliard, 1'lt,Ckensmith 5,19 ,Q Loomis, Lorenson, Mabes, Moore, Newton, Rice Slater, Shannon, Stone, Terwilliger, Tholen, Turner Wei1riel1, Willitlnis, Wiiigerd, Vfingrave, ia 'f Wczrzd, XVoodinansue, W1,rrell l177l 'EQ ,...,.V::. 3 ,zz 'xi M V ,git E 32 S , Q l 5 ' , A 5 9 Q E22 in 5 . 2 ' is 555524 Q 1 5:3 " , X - E 5553? if Sky. 23 25522 5 W, P1'1'Afll4'lIlL .. ., Vin'-l'H'xi1l1' 111' SI't'!'l'fLIl'j' T1'!'IISllY1'Y Pl'!'Xfzlt'Hf ,,,,,, Vin'-Pr'1'xiflc'l1f Serrelary ,,,,,, T1'i'ax1m'r .. OFFICIQRS 1ilRsI' Sl1MEsT1 R . . . ,. , l,OXX'1iI.I. BRANIJNIR .. . BRYON Esui-.LMAN .. CI..A1iKNLQIi Wfoon .. I21,ooN ALBRlGl1'I S1-cowl: SI,Ml2s'1'LR W.. ,,,, .. . .. l'iLDON A1.ll1iIGIi1' LLROY lVlALl.1T'I' ,. IDAUGIIERTY C1.tX1ili BTARION Boinw 'S ff 5 .1 1 fi X U 5 .,q-. EQ,... N we Kappa Sigma Epsilon Kappa Sigma Fpsilon was founded in 1915 for the purpose of promoting fraternalism, social felloxi ship, and scholarship. The greup emphasizes not only the social side ef collegiate life, but also the schclastic and the extra-curricular. It is the second eldest social fraternity at K. S. T. C. and this year celebrated its twenty-second anniversary with a Fcunders' Day Dinner at the Student Union March oth. Kappa Sigma Iipsilen with a membership of forty-five men, attracts men from all fields of study and interest. Elwood -Ienes, Byron lishelman, and XVilbur Daeschner wcre members cf this year's debate squad, and are also members of Pi Kappa Delta ef which Jones is president. Lowell Brandner, Marion Bt-hn, Wfilbur Uaesehner, Byron Flshelman, and Bill Martin, Ir., ccmpose the largest number ef students elected in Xi Phi fri ni any single campus rziganivation. Lowell Brandner is Friday editor if the Bulleting Linus Austin and Byron lislielman are co-business managers of the paper. Bill Martin, jr., is editor of the Sunflower. jones is president of the Yeung Democrats Club. Martin and Bohn are members of Kappa Delta Pi. Bohn is also affiliated with Kappa Mu lipsilon. XVilbur Daeschner is president of the Student Council, a przsititn Kappa Sigs have held for four consecutive years. He was also elected Sun- flower Campus King this spring. Harold Peters, jones, lishelman, Daeschner, and Martin were delegates to the 1936 Student Legislature in Topeka. Fer the past three ccnsecutive years the Kappa Sigs have had the highest scholastic rating of any fraternity on the campus. Clarence W'ei'd, Bill Gregory, and Eldon Albright were lettermen on the football team. LeRoy Mallett is president cf the Inter-Fraternity Ceuncil and manager of the Student Union. The Kappa Sigs moved to 811 Constitution in April. The outstanding social function of the year is the annual 'Salad Slide," a formal dinner-dance. 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. SPONSORS PRo1-. TIIEODORE Owl-N DR. HAXROLIJ F. PRI1Ls'i' DR. ST13wART BOIRTIWAN PRO!-. BERNARD F1TZG1iR,it,n MR. Tl1l,0I101iL NEXX'CZONIl.R PRo1'. G1.oRut2 R. R. Pl'I,AUM 1TRor. If. I.. Gn.soN DR. H. G. Lum. Ilo1m'f1lrvfbt'i', QTORNELIA CONWRI1. Colors, PURPIL AND Goto lflozwr, WYIIITL C.iRN,iTlox 1781 THE UNFLOWER . . 1937 MIQMBFRS: Guy Astle, Linus Austin, Eldun Albriglit, Luwell Branclner, Melvin Chiles, Daugherty Clark, VC'ilbur Daesehner, Byron lfshelman, William Gregory, l.crt,y Hottd, Arthur Hughes, LeRoy Hughes, W'illiam Humphrey, W'ayne -Ienes, Elwood jones, .Iunicr lent, Kenneth Keller, Gail Maben, LeRoy Mallctt, W'illiam Martin, jr., Marian Bahn, Bch Morse, Clair Page, Lawrence Palmruse, Robert Patterson, Whxrren Pyle, Harald Peters, lidwin Reed, Clair Stockton, Ray Stuart, Rcbcrt Wfhincry, Clarence W'ood, W'arren XX'oed. PLIZUGES: Harold Bird, Rubert Smart, Homer Bohn, Iilyin X':Vinn, Virgil Hayes, -lunier Hawes, Laurence Prcffitt, Charles Dewey, Lecnard Shaw, Luther Keplar, Austin Mentzer. Mrs. Ctxnwell, Albright, Astle, Austin, Stuart, M. Bohn. Brandner, lent, Clark, Daeschner, A. Hliglies, Gregw 5. Menuer, Palinrose, Witlil, Maben, lanes, Martin. Jones, Mallett, Proffitt, Dewey, L. Hughes, Wlmml. Pyle, Peters, Hood, Keller, Chiles, Shaw. Hawes, Page, Patterson, H. Bohn, W'hinery, lidds. i179 .sm M., , 4 i .,. . ..,.......,. Q 'Wil , 'fi 0 in 2 .s fi, 59 ,Q ,I,ff. Q if : H FIQ s :: .:- v A -1 wifi-ik iq 1- ze. 4-. 5 .Q Ze La' -I S 51, Q sysggaim v C KW 7-SES ' vu V ,,,:.-5, . 'ii X :L YS tl SF' "G k . -. -- : .-..- : :: M L 55" is-its img, -: 39 51320 Www? Al Z 5 r. s 5' 5 Ig: gait iii?-E ' wt asf Ywiszsg ss le, ,.,. - Z. Egg ., ,.,. 2 s ....,, gtg: 2 mst 5 Wjnnetaslca OFFICERS Prcgiffmzi YYYY,,Y,,Y,Y .. ,,,,,., LENA PLUMLEY Vice-Presidcnf ,,,7,, IWARY JANE Discs Sefrefgry ,,,7,7, ,,,, G XVENDOLYN GREEN TTL'dS1lYCT Ygrr ,YY,,,,,,,,,f,,,,,,, , W KATHERYN DRAKE SPONSORS Miss HELEN RUMBLE Miss TEIKESA RYAN PATRONS DR. AND MRS. W. H. GRAY DR. AND MRs. JOSEPH NAGGE MR. AND MRS. H. C. PIIETT - Winnetaska, which is an outgrowth of the freshman women's group sponsored by Miss Maude E. Minrow, Dean of Women, is an organization for the social and cultural interests of the women of K. S. T. C. who are not affiliated with a Greek-letter social group on the campus. The membership of the group has increased more than one hundred since it was organized in 1931. The main objective of the organization is the furtherance of social contacts and friendly relationships among its members. Meetings are held each Thursday evening at eight o'clock following a social hour of dancing with Mu Epsilon Nu. A short program designed to carry out the purpose of the group is presented by a sponsor, a member, or a guest speaker each week. E The Fall Party and the Spring Party are the outstanding social features of the year. ' ols in Kansas, Kansas State Teachers College is the only one to have an organization of this kind. Miss Teresa lVlTRyan, a ' ' has been sponsor of XVinnetaska since its organization, deserves much credit for its suc- cess. The name "Winnetaska" is an Indian word meaning "pleasant laughter." The symbols of the organization are the Indian moon and star, symbols of light. IDENTIFICATION OF PICTURES ON OPPOSITE PAGE TOP PICTURE Back Rau'-Auld, Peterson, Booz, Rhoden, Bowman, Bumgartner, Byers, Bottorf, Mcnsen, Hermstein, Burling, Newton, E. Stephens, Truesdale, Shafer. Middle Row-Osborne, Sanford, Peterson, Aldridge, Noll, Teel, Okcn, Cater, Glick, Miller, Baxter, Rinkel, Dailey, Stone, Bills, Putnam, Barclay, Gray, N. Wfilliams. Ifrolzl Row-Gray, Rumble, Hiett, Ryan, Plumley, Diggs, Green, K. Drake, Lutt, H. Taylor, Ansdell, Daily. MIDDLE PICTURE I Top Row-Williams, Finnerty, I.. Austin, A. Austin, Hatfield, H. Griffith, Armantrout, Hill, Rczeki- man, Reid, Smith, Zuercher, Powell, DeBuhr, McVay, M. Kilmer. Mirlzllc' Row-Merryfield, K. Kinsey, M. Finnerty, Daly, F. Wolfe, Swingle, Rayner, Martin, West, So- Cclofsky, M. Kirby, Ault, Williamson, Harrell, Funk, Tellefson, Mcrley, Zimmerman, V. Allen, Hainline, Pangborn, Williams, Kilmer, M. Truesdale. Buffom Roux-Day, E. Smith, Bergman, Sayre, Laughlin, L. Miller, Davidson, Blakely, Fentenr, Gwin, A. Markham, F. Allen, Duty. Il80I lj' Miyiix z ,ff ,I 'L WJ f fvjkjff U UNFLQWERJQ37 lx f i Mft f 1 ,f y,V'l",'ldLJ'U, BOTTOM PICTU R If Tuff lima'--ihzss, Fnnelcr, Bmvcrs, Cf. W'.1lliwr, Nl. Al. XY'.1llisur, Chmidinu, Gusmfsz n, Fmlcs, Bnmcrr, Richard Srczvur, Iflgltuu, Case, xY'CiI'lIN.lI'l, Cntmbriuk. Mifffffr Rr,11'4V. Nlmxrc, Srurdcx'.ml, Snider, Firlgclxlld, Bain, XY'clkcr, li NVl1ipplc, I. XX'I1ippIc, Kaye, Afcxandcr, Mulialc, liruwn, NIcNm'um, Dmidsun, Grimslcy, Cfzcklcv, XVm:udw:.r1l1, Wbbbcr, Slxu.11'cr, cyclUl1l1Cl', Brfflfml Rr:1c4XV4.f:d, Rclmlufrg, Pcyuzn, Swelling, Patrick, NI. Smith, In Drake, Slcwarl, Kgmsun, Sumo- b1'c.1kcr, IX. Llnncs. llfill ,W si Q s x an, sb e as Q 4: sf 1 ws Y ,.. WU- Emffma 5, V, ffgif vf . wx Mu Epsilon Nu Presizfenf ,,,,,, ,,.7,, Vice-Prcfsidcvzf E Secrcfury ,,,,,,,, Trvaszzwr DR. XV. H. GRAY OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER ,....EvERTT FULLER . . . ,,,,, HENRY BROXVN . . . ,Y.,, DONALD MOLER . ,WEPAUL DANIELS . SPONSORS DR. JOSE PH NAGGE SECOND SEMESTER DUFF XVAGONER OTHO RASMUSSEN FoRREsT Coop JOE SARRACINO MR. XV. C. HIIiTT Mu Epsilon Nu, men,s independent social organization, was organized in December, 1930. It was designed by the Iate Dean C. R. Phipps and a committee of students composed of Merle Harlan, Delbert Donnell, Dwight Newberg, Paul Jehlick, Frank Beach, Jr., Frank Pecinovsky, and Roy Downs. The aims of the organization are Set forth by its constitution in the following: "To promote the ideals of fellowship among the young men of the school and to afford an opportunity for the study of social prob- lems, attainment of social graces, and further development of personality." The Greek letters Mu Epsilon 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 thirty members attending. The organization has grown until it now has approximately two hundred members and is the largest social organization on the campus. 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 Winnetaska, independent womens 0 '.. ' . ' embers meet for a business discussion or a short lecture on subjects of cultural interest and value. Membership in the organization is open to all non-fraternity men on the campus. IDENTIFICATION OF PICTURES ON OPPOSITE PAGE TOP PICTURE liirsf Row-Musch, Scoggin, Nash, Wfhitmore, Testorff, Mentzer, Lewis, Owens, Lackey, P. Anderson Vance. Srcoml Rou'QMiIIer, Doyle, Bohn, Cramm, Cowan, Christlieb, Robinson, W'aIters, Bird, Hoffmann, Godderz. Tbirrl Row-Klein, Smith, Evertson, Dietrich, Barnett, Provrist, VVickIund, Copeland, Pendergraft, Hughes, Rindt, Mahoney, Volland, McCoy, Hefley. Fonrfb Rau'-Nelson, Royer, Hayes, Cowdrey, Roland, Mears, Hague, Coats, Buenning, Love, Ulm, Hawes, Plummer, Postlewait, Bales, Holman. MIDDLE PICTURE Firxf Rau'-Burlze, Dreasher, Hamilton, Cramer, Glasseock, San Romani, Hoch, Decker, Brown, Clark, Hildyard. SITIHILZ Rau'-Boone, Shepherd, V. Anderson, Ahlstrcm, Herrman, Miller, Shepherd, Tarman, Rasmuss n Sarracino, Dubois, Moler, Daniel, Grisell. Third Raw--Barb, Bedwell, Coffman, Neussen, Stewart, Auten, Reid, Farney, Stout, King, Kloepper. IIQZI TI-IE UNFLCDWER . . 1937 BOTTOM PICTUR I2 im! Roll'--Niclmls, Hidalgo, Dougnn, Ducr, Dr. Nnggc, Vullcr, Dr. Gray, Mr. Ilictt, Frcusc, Cuff, Fmcry. Swrunl Rr,11'fGun'Qv, Gmzcll, Huber, O'Ncil, XY'11ldairf, .XL'kClIX1.lI1, Guglcr, Davis, Cuazp, Knurp, Perkins, Reid. fflimf RuzL'vL11i1'd. Gnmd, llUI'lClNlCil!, 9p.111glcr, Ic.l1nSmL'ycr, I511x'dc:1'ff, Dunlwaln, 'I'c.wnscnd, Furl, Safcr- imc, Mntvcn, Iluwnback, Pruffitt. fl83I 3 .aww 6- V -Q Q 1- M151 agefg , '5 5 ,X 5 ,, , if ,Qs-. M? S. S Q A '?'Y.f ...,Qs?w W, . 5 W-Egfls ' ms as Q. X Q 5 -we c. X. M Q ,I 'Q 5 Syn 4-2 1 QQMS as F -. M A-. Q L? ki S 'C WW. Q ,Q Q, 'E 1 .Q .Mama - :Q 25 "E QA: gif, ,Q 1230 1313- 412 , 19 rw SW' ,Q QA fb' S05 M38 531 4: S Q' S. M89-M 5811 8 5 4' ww 4 A A4 5 . W. 1. mv 1 Q- Q5 x 4 af ' ax New :Q wxg , 3, Q.- :',j9.-19' gggmwe .WW -' 33,51 MQ, 4, 9 ,..,, QQ, W Q b1::v+:4 QQ 4 ,ALJSQQ ., ,Yo vi "WZ ik :QS 6' sys as M vm sg Q W was wwxsiwi se aw?-1 ,www-Q 1-was-SWE aff" N 2 yd A f.,ffvM -awww msn ax- ,ywk fun. .646 FKA Lezds "C'c1II" it Day THE Abbot, Elizabeth ,,,,, Abildgaard, Margaret Abildgaard, Dorothea Aeker, Mary ,,.,...,,,,,,,, Ae kerman, Everett Adamela, Jessie .3 Adams, Kathleen ,,,,, Ahlstrcm, Albert 3 3 Albright, Eldon ,,,, 43, 58, 60, 89, 101, 126, Albrldge, Dorothy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W, W, 131, Alexander, Donald Alexander, Ruth ,.,, Allen, Francis ,,,,,, Allen, Virginia W 3. Allison, Vera ,,,, Allsbury, Carl ,,,,,,,,, Ambrose, Albert ..,, Ames, Arthur ,,,,,, Ames, Miles ,...,.. Ames, Victor ,,,,,,, Amrine, Abbie Anderson, Annabel Anderson, Audrey 33 Anderson, Bruce ,,,,, Anderson, Carrol ,,,,,, Anderson, Dalton ,,,,,, Anderson, Gladys 33 Anderson, Grace ,,,,, Anderson, Hazel ,,,,, Anderson, Howard 3 Anderson, Opal .3 Anderson, Paul ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Anderson, Raymond Anderson, Robert 33 Anderson Victor v Ansdell, Dorothy ,,,, Appel, Ethelyn ,,,,,,, UNFLOWER . . 1937 3 W W 33 101, 34, 43, 78, 3, 129, 136, 62, 92, 93, 131, 101, 107, 62, 91, 95, 100, 101, 130, 167, . 62 43, 89, 95, 97, 107, 3333fili3fiiii6ifii99Q 60, 75, 107, 33fi62,ii9iQ 75, ss, ,,,,, 33 43, 97, 137, 56, 75, ss, 333 97, 33 74, 75, 95, 3 W 43, Index 107 177 177 62 183 12.2 E2 18? 179 181 107 181 181 181 93 100 107 43 95 107 177 107 100 175 95 86 171 171 107 167 131 101 107 167 183 181 43, 74, 75, 77, 90 Applegate, Minnie 3333 ,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 33 93, Armantrout, Evelyn .,,,,. 62, 88, 93, Armstrong, LeRoy ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Arnett, Claude, Jr. ...,, ,,,,,, 7 8, 107, Ashley, George ,,,,,, .,,,.,,,... ...,,,..,,,.,,.,, Astle, Guy ,,,,,,,,, 60, 97, 101, Auld, ,lessie 33 .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ault, Virginia W ,,,, ,,,,,.,,,.,,,...,... 4 3, Austin, Kirk ,,,,,, 60, 89, 107, Austin, Linus ,,,, 53, 62, 101, Austin, Aline ,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,..,,c 1 37, Austin, Lorene ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 2, 93, Auten, Lloyd 33 ,,,,, 97, 107, Axe, Ida ,,,,,,, 3 ,,,, ,,,,, 3 3 Axe, Lillian .,,, ,..,,,, 3 Ayres, Verne ,,..,,,. W3 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 37, Bacon, W'illia111 ,,,c,, ,,,,,c,, 3 43, Bailey, Melvin ,,,,,,, ,,,, 7 4, 75, 100, Bailey, Wfilldona ,3 ,.,, Bain, Thelma ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 6 2, 99, Baird, Bernice ,,,,,,,. 3 ,,.,. ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.., 3 Baird, James ,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,. 95, 103, 107, Baird, Kenneth ,,,, 38, 43, 60, 82, 83, 126, Baker, Georgia ,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,, 43, 90, 93, Baker, Lucille 3 ,,,,, 3 3 ,,,, Y 74 Baldwin, Barbara ,,,, YYY- 3 3, Baltz, Donald W Baltz, Marjorie .,,, Vrff 6 2, Bantz, Clinton .3 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Barb, Grover ,,,,,,,,,, . .,,,. ,,.,.,,,,,,,, 3 33 Barber, Margaret ..... fffff, 1 30, 137, 102 181 137 163 76 179 181 181 175 179 181 181 183 161 137 175 103 137 137 181 107 175 175 98 76 93 163 l71 43 183 177 Barckley, Zola Barker, Elizabeth Barnaby, Nellie Barnett, Oscar Barnett, Arthur Baskett, Betty W Basnct, Charlene ,,,, Bates, Melba ..,. ,,,., Baum, Beulah ,,,, 3 W Baumgartner, Ferne Baxter, Agnes ,,,,,,,, Baysinger, Carol ,,,,,,, Baysinger, Kathryn Beach, Barbara ,.,, 3 Bean, Clarence ,,,,,, Bechtoldt, Bette , ,,,, 3 Bechtoldt, Harold W Bedwell, Lonnie 33 Bell, Elva ,.,,,.,, 3 Bell, Jack ,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 3. 137, .,,, 393, 33 62, sz, 33 ,,.,,. 76,93,101,130, 95, 131, 137, 62, 91, 93, 75, 76, 137, 76, 90, ff 03fi 34, 75, 95, 98, 35, 40, 52, 43 Belting, Robert ..,, 3 .,,,., W 137, Benedict, Esther ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 3, 86, Bennett, Elizabeth 3, ,,,, 54, 90, 93, 95, Bennett, Mary ,,,,,,, .,,,.,.,..,, ..,.,.,.,.,,,. Bennett, Robert ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 3 ,,,,, W Bentley, Beverly ,,.. 3 ,,,,,,,, 3 Bentley, Leora ,,,,,,, Bentrup, Carl . ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 6 2, 74, Bergerhcuse, Charles W ,,.,,,, 333 62, Bergman, Marie ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 9 3, 102, 107, Beuchat, Melba ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 Bierly, Helen 333333 ,3..333333.333. 33333 9 3 , 97, Bills, Ada 33333333333333 62, 93, 130, 131, Bird, Harold 3333 333333333333333 Bixler, Roberta 33 43 92, 93, 95, 99, 101, Boger, Vernon .333333333333333333333333.33............33333333333. Bogus, Marie 3,33,,,, ,333333 3333333 1 2 9, 130, 137, Bohn, Homer 33333333 96, 97, 101, 137, 179, Bohn, Marion 3333333333333333 40, 43, 54, 86, 96, Bolinger, Doris 33..3. 33333333. 4 3, 102, 107, Belinger, Hughie 33 33333333333333333333333 Boone, Joyce ....333 3.33.....,..,,,,,,,,,, 1 03, Beane, Roscoe 3333 33333333 9 7, 100, 103, Booz, Marge .333 Borclt, Elsie 333..... Bertcn, Imogene Bottorf, Leeta 3333 Bewer, Leota .3.. 3 Bower, Phyllis 3333333 Bowers, Margaret 33 Bowman, Dorothy Brandner, Lowell Brice, Mary 3333...,333333 Brickell, Alberta 333333 Brickey, Harold 33333 Briggs, Helen 33..3 , Briggs, Virginia 3333 Brcadstone, Molly Brock, Laurine Brcdbeek, Esther 3333 . Brooks, Maryan 33333 Brown, Henry 33 Brown, Juanita 33 Brown, Leonard 3333 Brown, Mary 333.3.3., Brown, Brunne Bryan, Robert 333333333 r, Margaret 333333 Loren .33..333333 3 75, 93, 130, 137, 3 3333333 74, 75, 76, 101, 101, 107, 107, 107, W 33333 38, 40, 43, 52, 91, 95, 101, . 3333333 43, 90, . 95, 103, 40, 43, 98, if 36, 43, 97, 137, 40, 152, 3 3. 3 43, 62 3 88 102, 43, 86, 181 75 101 183 137 93 181 181 137 181 181 107 137 75 167 137 86 183 137 79 175 98 107 107 78 137 88 95 167 181 161 107 181 183 181 95 173 183 175' 169 103 131 183 181 93 107 181 181 93 161 181 179 107 169 107 154 173 169 137 75 177 183 93 95 137 163 88 103 185 Q Q . 5 Case, Jean W , Cooney, Basil Buehler, Ben Buenning, Lorenz Burdorff, Victor ,,,, ,, Burke, Ben ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Burlcholder, Catherine Hurling, Tiny ,...,.,.,,,, Burnap, Mildred ,,,,, Burnett, Woody ,,,, Burns, Claris ,,,,,,,. Burton, Wfillarel Busenback, Fred ,,.. Bush, Bette .,,,..,,A.,, Butcher, Mary L. Byers, Evelyn .,,,.,,, Byrd, Virginia Cable, 1.aVcn ,,,,. Caldwell, Max ,,,,,, Cameron, Ethel ,,.. Canfield, Dale ,,,,, Carlson, Carl ,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Carnine, Margaret ,. ,. Carpenter, Custer ,,,, Carr, Mason . ,,..,,Y, , Carr, Myra ,,,,,,,, Carroll, Eugene ,,,,, Carroll, James ,...,, . Carter, Margaret ,,,,,, Cary, Dewayne ,,,,, Cary, Donald ,... Cater, -Dorothy .,,,,, Chaffee, Fletcher ,.,., Cheney, Ruth ,,,,,,,,,, Childers, Clarence Childers, Richard ,.... Childs, Hazel ,,,,,,,., , Chiles, Melvin .,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Christensen, Margaret Ch ristenson, Lawrence 74, 137, 137, 101, 75, 107, 62, 92, 60, 62, 99, 62, 74, 75, 107, 101, ss, ,,.fili3i s.Qf556,5'93Q ,QQf'75,'i9i, 100, 137, 39, 43, 52 ' 19-i',i'9'6f"i BBQ mn 137, Christlieb, Glen ,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,A,,,.,.,.,...,, Clark, Daugherty C1Ek, E'Cl'W'i'1'l , ,,,,,, , 109, im--9145 vc' Q-5, LQ9, Clark, Harold Clayton, Roy ,,,,,,,, Cleaver, Charles ,,,,,, Clevenger, Mildred ..,, Clinesmith, Ola ,,1..,. Clothier, Jay ..,,,, Clough, Lillian ,.,.,, Coates, Marvin ,,,,,, Cocklcy, Ruth ,,,,,,,, Coffman, Harold ,,,, Culegrove, Eleanor .,,,,, . Colton, james ,,,,,,,..., Cembrink, Bettie ,,,, Cenkle, Donna ,.,, Conroy, Donald ,,1. Considine, Anna ,,,1,. Coop, Forrest ,,,.,, Cooper, Charles ,,.. Cooper, Wreatha ,,,. Cocver, Jack ,,,, ..,, Y Copeland, Doyle ,,..., Copeland, Jennie ,,,,, Covert, Carol ,,,,,,,, Cowan, Robert ,,.. Cowdrey, Robert ,,,.. Cox, Harriet .,,, Cram, Marilyn ,,,. Cramm, Car1 Cravens, Nadean ..... 1861 100, QfQQ"lii3f?-iif 97, 75, 62, 77, 95, 103, ,, 74, 75, 137, 97, 103, 39, 62, 74, 75, 43, 126, 93, 109, 76, 109, 82, 83, 139, 45, 93, 101, 109, 109, CDLQCBEQ ss, 109, 131, ,,,,,,.,1,... 109, 102, 109, 131, 7 75,130, 131, 76, 95, 97, 139, 137 Craver, -lack ,,,, 139, 175, 183 183 Cremer, Betty ,,,,, 54, 104, 177 183 Crenshaw, Cora ,,,,,, ,,,,,-,,,--,,,,,,,, 1 13 183 Crenshaw, Helen , 109 103 Crippen, Alma ,,,,, YYYYY 1 01 181 Cross, Marcile ,,,,, ,,-,,,, 1 39 129 Cross, Elmer ,,,, ,, ,.,,,,,,,, 139 107 Crum, Catherine ,,,, 109, 131 107 Cuff, Wayne ,,,,,,,, ,,-,,,,,, Y 183 103 Cummins, ,lean ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,Y,- 1 39 183 Cunningham, Arleigh ,,,,, 45, 88 107 Cunningham, Mary ,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 30 177 Curry, Marjory . ...,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 39 181 Curtis, Lottie .,,,,..,, ,,,,,, 7 6, 139 107 Curtis, Ross ..,1,,,,,,,,,., ,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , 7 7 161 Daeschner, W'ilbur , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,YY,,,,,,,--,,,,-,,,,,,,,,, Y 107 ,,,.,,, ...,,,,, 1 so 34, 40, 45, 78, 79, 87, 151, 179 107 Daily, Sylvania ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 8, 75 93 163 Daily, Virginia .... ,,,,,, 8 , 45, 74, 75, 93, 102 76 Daly, Kathleen ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 39, 181 103 Daniel, Paul iii,, i,,,, 4 5, 52, 60, ss, 97, 183 56 Darby, Myrle ,,,. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 3 1 97 Dauner, Helen ,,,,,,,,,, 101, 139 137 Davidson, Margaret ,.... ,.,, 1 09, 181 60 Davidson, Mildred ,.,, ,,,, 1 09, 181 137 Davidson, Nola ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 5, 102 137 Davies, Roberta ,,,s, ,,,, 7 5, 77, 165 76 Davis, Geraldine ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Y 45 76 Davis, Herbert ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 39, 183 181 Davis, Vincent ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 09, 163 181 Davison, Cleda ,,,e ,,,,,, 6 2, 97, 103, 169 175 Day, Gladys .,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,. 1 09, 181 177 Deal, LaVerne ,,.., . ,.,, 45, 95 103 Deans, Maryiane ,,,, ,,,,,, , 62, 88 163 DeBuhr, Margie ,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 39, 177 137 DeBuhr, Marie ,,,. , ,,,,,, ,, 139 179 Deckard, Melvern ,,.,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 0 0 93 Decker, Lois ..,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,1,. 1 03 109 Decker, Virginia ,,,, ,,.,,..............,. 1 02, 103, 139 183 Decker, W'i1lis ..,., ..,,.. 8 8, 97, 103, 109, 183 179 Deister, Elise .....,....,., ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 9 3 183 DeMCtt, Kenneth ,.,,, ,,,, , 62, 102, 175 163 Derden, Ruth ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 -5 76 Dericks, Anna ,,,, ,,,,, 9 7, 139, 177 76 DeTar, Jean ,,,,,,,, ..... 9 3, 139, 171 109 Dewey, Charles ,,.,,, ...,., ....,.., 6 2 , 179 76 Dice, Ralph ..,...,.. ,.,,,.,,,..,.......... 7 6, 77 97 Dickey, Helen ....,.., .,,,. 9 3, 131, 139, 169 177 Dietrich, Wilson ,,,, ,.,,,, ,,,1.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 8 3 183 Diggs, Loretta ,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 1 81 181 Diggs, Mary ,,,,,,, ,e,,,e 6 2, 98,100, 101 109 Dimcn, Margaret .,,..,, ,,,.., 7 4, 75, 109, 165 165 Diver, Charlene ...,, .,.... ,..,,.,, 6 2 , 97 175 Diver, Roxie ,,,,.., 129, 131 181 Dixon, Herbert ,,,,,, .......,.. 6 2 164 Dobbs, Helen ,e,,,,, ........ 1 39 175 Dobbs, Paul .,,,e, ,,,,e,,,1,,,,,,,.. 5 6 131 Dobson, Elaine .,e.e,e .,..,.ee,,,,,,, 7 5, 130 163 Dodge, Mary L. ,,,,, ,,,,,, 9 3, 139, 164 183 Dohring, Alice .,,........,,,.,,,,,,. W 93 45 Dorney, Keats ,...,. ,,,,,,,.,,..,.,. 1 01, 177 75 Doty, Jean ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 2, 90, 95, 101 163 Dougan, Jim ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,....... 1 83 183 Doughty, Frances ,,,,, ,..,,,,,,, 1 8, 62 83 95 Dcxcn, Kermit ,,,, .,.,.. ,,,e,,,. 6 2 95 171 Dgylc, Agnes ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 109, 171 183 Drake, Kathryn ,,.. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5, 91, 95, 181 183 Drake, Louise ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 5, 88, 91, 92, 95,181 177 DreaS1'lCr', William ,,.,, ,... 6 2, 88, 97, 103, 183 139 Dressler Gordon ..,., ,,1.. ,.,.,,,e1e,,,,e,.e. 7 5 , 103 183 Dubois, Robert ,,.. ,,,,,..,. ..,.,,. 1 0 9, 133 172 Duer, 0131! .... .... 3 8, 97, 133 THE Dunham, Rachel ,, Dunham, Ralph ,,,, , Dyck, Augusta Eagle, Williain ,,,,, Eastman, Barbara Eaton, Jimmie ,,,,, , Edds, Clayton ,,,,,, Eddy, Florence ,,,,,, Edson, Donna ,,,, Edwards, Helen ,,,, Edwards, Paul ,,,,,, Ehrlich, Esther ,,,,, Ehrlich, Naomi ,,,,,, Eicholtz, Virginia , Eikermann, Edgar Eikermann, Elizabeth W , Fikermann, Homer Elder, Ida Mae ,,,,, Ellis, Cecil ,H Ellis. Clarice ,,,,,, Ellis, 1rene .,,,., Emery, Curtis ,,,i Emrich, Izac ,,,,,, Emrie, Ruth .,,,,,,,,, Engler, VVilhelma ,,,., ,, Eshelman, Byron ,,,,,,,, Eshnaur, Edna ,.,.,,,, 2 Everett, Doris ,,,,,,,,,, , Everist, Gwendolyn Everitt, Iris ,,,,.,,. Evertson, Merlin ,,,, Evans, Ben . ...,.,,,,,, Evans, Katherine ,,,.,. Evans, Maxine ,,,,,, Evans, Ruth ,..,,, Fanning, Cleo Fanslcr, Neva Farney, Vi'ilbur ,,,, Farr, Geraldine ,,,, Feather, Marie ,,,,...,. Featherston, Hazel 109, 'UNFLCNNER. 2 sss,s,s 98, N 62, 97, ss, 95, 1 if 5150525715095 5 ssssssss 109, 129, 2 65, 2 , 40, 45, 95, 97, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W, 65 ,,,f"i69Q 75, 131, 109, 97, 2 s,,.,. ss..,,,,,. 4 5, 100, 139, 175, W 82 ffffflii, 75, 155, 45, 55, 79, 87, 101, , 95, 2 sssssssssssssssss 109, ,, ,,,.... 88, 89, 75, ff 45,5755Q7ii35iQ5 74, 97, 139, 45, 95, 93, Fees, Naomi ,,s,,,,,,sssss,,s Fenter, Georgia .,,,, ,,,,,s,ssss,,,w,ms,, 93 Ferguson, Mitchell , Fields, Myron ,,....... Fillmore, Millard ,,,. Findley, jane ,,,,,,,,,,, Finnerty, Josephine Finnerty, Mary ,,,, Fiss, Fred ,s,,ss,,,,,,s,,ss Fit7water, Hazel Elattre, Emma ,,,,,, Fleming, Nancy ..,. Fletcher, Esther ,,,., Fliekinger, William Floyd, Alice ,,,,,,,, , Flummer, George ,. Fly, Elbert ,,,,,,,,,,,, Foltz, Rachel ,,,.., Foote, Robert ,,,,,,, Ferbeck, Virginia ,,,, Foresman, Doris ....... Forrester, Ada Lou Fort, Miles ,,,.,...,,s,s,, Foster, Keith ,,,,,,,, Fowler, Helen 5, 99, 109, 150, 131, 95, 130, 139, 139, 100, 139, sz, 85, 103, . .sss ,,,,,... 9 5, 129, 131, 95, 130, 74, 75, 97, 111, 45, 74, 75 65, sQf5455fEZQ'595iQ ssss 1 17113191 65, ss, 97, 75 Fox, Rudolph ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, ,,. 45, 74, , Frame, W'endell .,,.,,,,,, Frease, Forrest ,,,, 35, 95, 101, 103, 40, 45, 95, 101, 153, Fuller, Everett ,,.,,.......,,,,,,,, 35, 65, 79, 101, Funk, Lillian ...... 101 183 109 109 139 163 139 179 131 171 123 75 131 177 163 139 65 177 109 97 171 183 83 169 161 154 109 139 165 109 183 75 161 75 75 60 181 183 131 139 65 165 181 103 88 103 177 181 181 126 111 181 139 139 167 139 183 76 91 163 101 131 161 183 167 45 175 126 183 183 181 .1937 Furman, Betty Gable, Lois ,,,,,,,,, Gardner, Alva ,,,,,,,,,, 45, 129, 2 ,, 103, 141, 102 111 163 Gardner, Gertrude ,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, , ,, ,,,,, 74, 75 Garrett, Mildred ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W, ,,,,, 43,99,128,129,131,133,177,180 Gates, Raymond ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 9 7, 139 Gehhardt, Marjorie ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 11 Geits, Lois ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 8 8, 111 George, Kenneth ,,,, ,,,,, 1 03, 111 Giesick, Carl ,,,,,,, ,1,,1,,,,,, 1 75 Giger, Lela ,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,, 1 02 Gill, Kenneth ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,. 7 6 Gillett, Kathryn ,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 4, 141 Gillis, Geraldine .,,,. .,.. . 111, 161 Gilman, Robert ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 11, 167 Gilsen, Gareth ssss., ,,.,,, 4 5, 78, 163 Glasseeek, Philip ,,,,,, ,,,, 1 41, 163, 183 Glick, Lillian ..,,,ssss W ,,,,ss, 141, 177 Glick, Pearl ,,,,,,,,, ,,,. 1 02, 141, 181 Gudderz, Fred ,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 00, 183 Goff, Richard ,,..,... ,,.,,,,,,,,,, 4 5 Geldsmith, Anne ,,,,,,,,, ,,,. 1 41, 177 Goldsmith, Wendell ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 O Gooch, Joseph ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.. 1 26, 183 Gooch, Paul .,,,, ,,,,, 4 5, 58, 68, 89, 100 Good, Vernis ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, sssssss 1 1 1, 183 Goodwin, Faith ,,,,,, ,.,,, ,,..,... 1 4 1, 161 Gormly, La Faun .,,,, ,,,, 6 5, 75, 85, 171 Gcslin, Vivian ,,,, , ,,,,, 101, 131 Goss, Leona ,,,, ,W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,... 65, 141 Gould, Phil ,,,.,ss ,,,,,,, 3 4, 54, 78, 97, 100 Gray, Albert ,,,,s H .,,,, 74, 75, 76, 103, 111 Gray, Gertie ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,,....,,.,ss,ss 181 Gray, Virgie ,,,,,,,.,, . ,,.., 65, 75, 93,101,131,181 Green, Gwendolyn ,,,,,,,,,,,. , .,,, 45, 93, 98, 181 Gregory, Williaiii ..,,,,,,,,,, 45, 58, 60, 126, 179 Griffith, Helen ,,,,,,,.,. , 37, 93, 95, 93, 111, 181 Grimsley, Alice ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,, , ., W ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2, 131 Grisell, Guy ,,,,,,.. ,,.,,,,, 1 S3 Gress, Beatrice ,,,,,,, 76, 169 Groves, Quentin ,,,,, 74 75 Guflcr, Fritz ,,,,... ,,,,, . . ,.,,,,,,,,,,, 65 Gugler, Merle ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,. 1 83 Guilfoil, Eunice ,,,, .,,., 4 5, 86, 98, 171 Guide, Carl ,,,,,,,.... ssssssss. 6 5, 87, 97 Gustafson, Bonita ,,,,, ,,,,, 7 5, 93, 181 Gwin, Eleanor ......,, 103, 141, 177 Gwin, Elizabeth ,,.. ,,,, 6 5, 103, 181 Gwinn, Sue .....,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,..Y.YYY 1 41 Hague, Lawrence ,..,,, . 100, 126, 183 Hahn, Paul .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 9 5 Hainline, Robert ,,,,..,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,....f - - 47 Hainline, Xwilma ....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. , - 33, 111, 181 Haldeman, Lyda ,,,, 43, 76, 77, 128, 129, 131 Hale, Lenora ,,....,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,, YYYYYYVYVV. 1 3 1, 141 Hale, Leona ,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,, . Y Y ,,,,,,,,-- - 141 Haney, Florence ,,,,,,, 915 141 Hannah, joseph ..,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,....--- 3 3 Harbaugh, Thuralene ,,,, .YYY YYYYVY 1 1 1, 169 Harness, Alton ..,,,,,,,,.. YYYYYYVYY 3 7, 141, 163 Harper, Barbara .... , ..,Y.YYYYVYYYYVVVVVVVYVYYVYA 161 Harper, Leroy .,,,, ,,,,,, 6 0, 100, 141, 175 Harrell, Leotzl ,.., ,.,Y,,V,,Y,,V,,,,, 1 02, 181 Harris, Irene .,.,,,, ..... 1 51, 141 Harris, Nadiene ,ssss .,,.,,, 2 ,,,,,, 75, 141 Hartwig, Alonzo .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 ,,,,fffffff 65, 167 Hagkgll, Gladdcn ,,,,,,,,,, ,, 65, 75, 92, 98 101, 165 Haslover, Agnes .,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 7 5 102, 141 Hatcher, Florence ,,,. Y ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 65, 78 1"1,1tfiL'ld, Helen ..,,. ,sss 9 3, 101 111, 181 Hathaway, Irene ,.,, 111 1871 Q 5:25:24 ..:.5:E .',.,,..,:,. E'3..:E:I 1:1 - , 23,551 .:., ,1 ..,. : ., ::,.,' . :EZ 25555: 5aafsi:::f:5sgQQ 'Iii-'-553555557151 1 f YR gg ai P il Q? Hatter, Gladys .,,,, 75, 88 Hawes, Junior ,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 79, 183 Hayes, Virgil ,,,,,., . ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 83 Heavner, Jack ..,,,,, ,Y,,YY 7 6, 111, 167 Hefley, Reuben ,... . ,,,,. 75, 147, 183 Hefty, Russell ,.,,, YY,Y.YYYYVYYYVYYYYYYY.Y... 4 7 Heintz, Evelyn ,,,. 39, 47, 65, 173 Held, Cleo-dora ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,., .W-4 75 Hellmer, Theresa ,,,, .,.Y,,Y.Y....... 6 5, 92 Henderson, Billy ,,,,, ,,,,,,.Y....Y 1 ll Henderson, Marjorie , .YYVYYYVYYYYY.. 141 Henderson, Myrtle s.Y,.,, ..VVVVV 4 7, 33, 101 Hendricks, Kenneth ,,,., ,ss.V 6 5, 101, 167 Hensley, Georgia ,.,, YYYYYY 1 02, 141 Hensley, Junior YYYYYY ,YYY-YYYY- 1 03 Herbert, Osmond ,,,,,,,,, ..,----f---f 6 0 Hcrmstein, Dorothy ,,,, ,,,, Yfffr 3 8 , 131 Hcrrman, Lyndon ,,,,, W ,,,,.,,f-- 47, 133 Herron, Ellen ,,,,,. VYYVY 6 5, 75, 93, 173 Herron, Ross ,..,, ffffrrfff.. ,f,fff1-f--- 7 5 , 96, 97 Hetzel, George ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,f,,,-f---f------ ---- 1 41 Hidalgo, Louis ,,,.,.., 65, 95, 97, 100, 101, 183 Hildyard, Arthur ,,,,,,,,,,.-,,,,,,,.,.f- 47, 39, 133 Hill, Hensley ,,,.,.,,,,, 1-,f-------1-------- 9 5 Hill, Johnny ..,, ss.. ,...,, ,,,,.-.---f--,-,-- 1 1 1 , 167 Hill, Lois .,,,,,... . ,YY,Y....Y,fYY YY.......YY,Y--- 1 00, 141, 181 Hilliard, Margaret ,,,,,... 65, 74, 75, 77, 95, 177 Hillis, Genova ,,,,,. -.--ff,,,-1--,----1,-------------f- 1 31 H,,,e,,1:,,,,e ,,,,,,, ,,,,, 7 s, 76, 93, 131, 141 Hoch, Merton ii,..,,,,,..,,f ,.,-----,f.----- 6 5, 86, 135 1-Inch, Orville ,,,,,..,,,,,,,.... f,-- 3 3, 65, 101, 167 Hcekensmith, Stelouise ii1..,, ,..,,,,,,,.---Y- 1 11, 177 Hodges, Emma ..,,,,..,, --f-------,---------- 1 41 Ifluffman, Belle ,., YYf-f----------f 77, 141 Hoffman, Paul ,,,., 1-.-,- 4 7, 39, 95, 133 Hogan, Darrel .YYVVY --YYY1-----------f------ 1 41 Hogan, Dale ,i,...,,,,, Y------,----'-------------- 1 11 Hoiglund, Donald ,..i ,,,,. 8 9, 101, 111, 165 I-Iillland, Margaret .fff f--------,f- 4 7, 97, 161 Hcllembeak, Hal ,,,. Y---- 6 5, 154 Holman, Vernon .,,, 111, 163 Holmes, Alline ,,,, --1--f--------- 1 31 I-loner, Delores ..,,, --f---------- 3 9, 65 Hand, Leroy .,,,,,,,,,, --YYY 7 6, 111, 179 Hgover, Mariorie YYYYY. --1- - -- 65: 75, 100 Hopkins, Ronald ,.,, -.,,, 4 0, 47, 78, 153 Horn, Glenn ,,,. .YYV -,---1-----1----- 8 9 1 141 Horn, Helen .,,,,,..,,,,,, ----1 8 8, 1111 167 Horosko, Steve .,,,. ,,,,,1..,, -------f--f-- 6 1 , 111, 131 Hcrtcnstein, Charles ,....,,,,,..1,,,,,,ff,--f-,------ --------- 63, 89, 93, 100, 111, 183 Lfoward, Hazel ,,.,ffrrr-,----1-----------f--1- -f------ 1 11, 131 Howard, Maxine ,.,, ---------,----- 1 311 141 Howland, Paul .YVV ------------ --------1----, 1 4 1 Huber, Lester ,,,.,,,,.--f 93, 111, 131, 1115 Huekstep, Genevieve .YVV 4 f,--,--f,----- 65, 74, 75 Huebert, Gertrude ,,,. YYYY 7 5, 33, 141, 177 Hughes, Arthur ,,---, --------f--- 1 751 179 Iflughes, Martha ,,,.., ---,,,-------------- 4 73 103, 179 Jnlughes, James ,.,,,, ,,,,,...,-,,,,,,.,f 7 6, 97, 103, 183 I-Jull, Charlotte .f---f-,,--- 103, 130: 131, 141, 171 Hunt, Helen ...,,,..f ---1-------11- 4 ----1-- 6 5, 93, 155 Hunt, Wanda .,,,,,.,,f 65, 74, 76 Hutton, Catherine .fff -f--------------1---- 1 31 Innes, Peter ,.,, ,A f,,-. --f---- ----,---------------- 6 0 Innes, Robert .,,,,., --f- 6 01 651 126' 175 Jackman, Elsie ,,,.,.,ff-- f---,----------- 6 5, 38 Jcgnnerett, Wyn0n3 ,,-. -----1- 1 41 Jefferson, Geraldine ,,,. ---- 1 ll jefferson, J0 Y. .,,,-,-,,--, ---f 1 11 L. 111 Jenson, Lillian .. 18 8 1 Jent, Henry ..... ,,,, ,,,,, . . 47, 76, 179 lobe, Edith ,,,,.... ,,,,,, 4 7, 54, 91, 173 Joerg, Adrianne ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W 47 Johnsmeyer, Earl ,..,, ,,,,, 4 7, 96, 97, 100, 183 Johnson, Charles ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,--,,,,,,,,, 7 5, 102 Jvhnson, Cleora ,,,,, YYYYY---- 1 00 Johnson, Hazel ,,,,,. YYYYVYQ 7 5, 141 Johnson, Kenneth ,,,, -,., 1 11, 175 Johnson, Leona .,,,, YYVY 1 43, 164 Johnson, Rae -.,1,, ,,,-,YYYYY1YVYVY--'A-1-11 7 5 Johnson, Ruby ,,,,- Yw---,,,,,,--,-,---,,YYYYYY 7 5 Jolmwn, Susan --1,,,,,, ,,.. 3 9, 111, 130, 164 ,JU'l'lIlSt0Il, Rodney ,N Yrffr---1,,YYYYYYYYi----i MA 97 Jones, Alice .,..,,,,... ..,,,,, 7 6, 113, 181 JGHES, Gladys ,,.,,, ,-,,,,---,,,,,,, ,w----Y1Y-YYYY Y Y 141 JC-ws, Elwood . .,., ,,,, 6 7, 79, 87, 101, 179 Jones, Harold ,,,,, -,,,,--,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 3 2, 113 Jones, Mary ,,,,, -YYYY-Q-,,,,,,,,----,1111YYYYYw 1 13 Jones, Susan ,-.. a ,.,,,, 113, 130, 153, 161 Jones, Wayne ,,,, ,..,. 7 6, 77, 113, 179 Jerden, Wilson ,,,,, ,,,,. 4 7, 87, 97, 167 JOSS, Thelma ...,,, ,,,,....,,,, 1 02, 113, 181 Jcssefand, Jane ,,,... 4 ,,,. 37, 91, 93, 95, 113 Julian, Harriet .,,,, YYYYYYYY-,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,----- 5 7 Kaiser, Sophia ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,-,-- ,,,,,,-------,,1, 1 1 3 Kassens, Selma ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,Y,-,--,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 13, 131 Kavs, Laura .... f ,,,.,. ,,,, 7 5, 98, 113, 131, 181 Kayser, Nellie L. W 36, 47, 74, 76, 78 Kearney, Maxine ,,,, ,,,,.. 4 7, 101, 90, 159, 171 Kell, Dcrris ,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 7, 75, 171 Keller, Kenneth ,,,,, -,,-,,,,,,,,, 1 13, 179 Keller, Percy ,,,,,, ,,,-,-,,,, 7 5, 76, 183 Kelley, Patricia ,,,,. ,,... 6 7, 88, 153, 171 Kelley, Raymond -,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-----,,,, 115 Kelly, Marjorie ,..,,, ,,,,, 3 9, 47, 90, 171 Kemp, Frances ,,,,,, -,,--,-,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 13 Kemp, Marie 1,,,,,, YYYYYYYYYYYYY 3 3 Kendall, Opal ,,,,,,,, VYVYV 1 13, 181 Keplar, Luther ,,,,,, KYYYYKKKYYY 1 01 Kerr, Wilma ,,,,,,. ,,,,- 1 43 1,-l-3' Kilmer, Kathryn ,,,, YYYYYVYYYYYYVYYVVVVY, 6 7, 75 Kilmer, Margaret ,,,, ,,,, 7 5, 95, 101, 181 Kimberlin, James ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 143, 181 King, James ffffffff. ,,,. 6 0, 67, 126, 175 King, Laurence ,,,,,, ,,,,,-,,,-,,-,1-, 1 13, 133 King, Leicester .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 7, 95 97 King, Mable G. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7, 75, 173 Kinnamon, Virgil ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97, 145 Kinsey, Kathryn ,,,,,,,, 76, 90, 93, 95, 113, 181 Kinsey, Mary ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,1,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-, 6 7 Kipling, Chester ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,, 1, 97 Kirby, Margaret ..,, ,.., 9 3, 95, 98, 113, 181 Kipp, William .... ,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,Y 6 7 Kjellin, Alice .,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 7, 75 Kleiber, Ellamae ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 5, 113 Klein, Paul ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 01, 113, 133 Kline, Harry ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 0 Kleepper, Ralph .... ,,,,,, 6 7, 97, 100, 101, 183 Klotz, Thelma ...,....,, ,,,,,,,,,-,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 3, 143 Knackstedt, Lorene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 131, 143 Knerp, William ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 7, 101, 133 Knouse, Dorothy .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 1 30 Koch, Darliene ..,... ,,,,,, 4 7, 86, 91, 913, 102 Kollins, Elaine ,,,, ., ..,. . 54, 143, 155, 161 Kramer, Amos ..,, ,,,,,,,,,,..,...,,,, 7 4, 75 Krampcr, Elyyn ..,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7, 95 95 Kraus, Aloha ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 1 29, 130, 131 Kready, Glenn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 38, 47, 74, 75, 103, 163 Krehbiel, Lawrence ,,,,,,,,,,..,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,. 67, 167 Krengel, Hazel ,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 13 Kretsinger, Bill ..,,,, ,,,.. 1 43, 163 Loy, Nina 22 . THE Kuhns, Eva ,,,,, 2 Lackey, Emory Ladner, Jane ,,,, 2 Laird, Lester ,,,,,,, Lancaster, Lola ,.,, Landis, Roma ..,,,,,,, Landrith, Thomas Langvardt, Arthur Lanyen, Norma 2 ,,.,, 22 Laughlin, Elizabeth Lawman, Mary 2 ,,,,, 2 Lawson, Alfred ,,,, 2 Lawscn, Charles ,..i, 'UNFLCHNER. 47, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 13, 76, 128, 129, 47, 131, 79, 87, 74, 75, 76, 103, 113, 128, 129, 5 Leer, W'i1ma ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Lehman, LaVeryne ,,,,,, ,,,, 1 13, Lett, Charles ,,,,,,,,,,, 22 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 22 Lenander, Helen 2. 76, 113, Lewin, Agnes ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 7, 75, Lewis, Margaret ..,,,22,222 1,,1...2,2222,... 1 13, Lewis, Maxine 22 34, 91, 92, 93, 98, 101, Lewis, Wendell 2222222,22,,,,2,,,2, 97, 101, 113, Libhart, Leora ,,,,, ...,,,,,,,, 7 5, 92, Likes, Frieda ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1.,,,, Lilley, Stanley ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lister, Arnold ,,,2 .,,,. 7 4, 75, 113, Lister, Opal ,.... ...,,, ,,,,,,.,,,, 6 7 , 75, Livengood, Eloise ,2,,,,2,2, ,,2,,2 9 3, 95, 143, Livengood, Mildred ,..., ....2,,2,, 6 7, 93, Leckard, Gene ,,,, 22 ,,,,,. 49, Lcfstead, Alice ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 1 3, Lohkamp, Anthony Locmis, Jane 22 ...... Loomis, Vera ,,,,,,,,,, Lrrrmis, Vernon ,,,, 2 Lord, Philip ,,.. ,,,, Lerenson, Virginia Louise, Lyle 22,,2,,,2,,2 Love, Glenn ...,. 97, 143, 511, 49, 96, .2 113, 130, 143, 74, 113, Loyd, Lorraine ,,,, Lund, Mary ,,,,, Luthi, W'il1is 1..,. Lutt, Dorothea ,,,,,, Lynn, Wayne ,,,,,,,,,,,, McArron, Kathryn McC1anahan, Bertha .,1, McC1aren, Dorothy McClellan, Lloyd 22 McClure, Oren ..,. .2 McCoy, Charles ,,,,, McCoy, Sarah ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MeC,ray, Lcuise 2,22, 2,,2,22,,2,,, MeCu11ough, Thompson McDaniel, Fyrne ,,,.,,,..,22 2 McDonough, Mary ,,,,, McGuire, Dcris ,,,,,,,,, Melntosh, Wendell ,1.,.,, McKa1e, Frances ,,,,,,,, McKim, Jim ,..,,,,,,, McKnight, Opal ,1,, MacLean, Mary ,,,,,,,,, McLenon, Marjorie ,,,,,, McMillan, .lay ..,,,.,,, 2 McNcrtcn, Helen ,,,,, McVay, Helen Mahon, Gail ,,,,,,,,, Mabes, Isabelle ,,,, Madison, Eileen .... Mahoney, John Mahoney, Paul ,,,, Mallett, LeRoy Marbeurg, Katharine ,..,, .... 95, 113, 100, 131, 76, 101, 22 115, 2 67, 128, 49, 115, 49, 74, 7 55 67, 167, 77, 115, sseesee 2 67, 145, 143, 40, 49, 87, 67, 74, 75 5 49, 91, 95, 54, 67, 143, 75, 95, 145, 67, 74, 75, 67, 115, 95, 101, 67, 150, 133, 5 91 183 131 183 95 143 113 103 88 181 131 175 143 113 175 60 161 101 169 131 183 143 113 96 163 171 169 169 103 164 60 177 67 167 167 177 49 183 171 143 113 163 181 49 131 88 165 167 76 183 77 165 103 173 173 153 167 181 163 115 143 101 88 181 181 179 177 131 175 103 179 171 .1937 Marbcurg, Wyatt W ,, 143, Markham, Anna ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Marsh, Roger ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Marsh, Russell ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Marshall, Marjorie H ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 88, Niarshall, Orpha ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 8 S, Martin, Grace ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 9 0, 93, 115, Martin, William ,,,, 40, 54, 67, 78, 79, 179, Marvin, Erma , ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Masheter, Mclba ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 4 3, Matzen, Kenneth 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Y Mawdsley, Richard 22 36, 60, 67, 82, 126, Maynard, Delight 2 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Niaynarcl, Gertrude ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 75 Mears, Forrest ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 2 , ,,,,, , , Meats, Rowe .....,, ,,,,,, 4 9, 58, 60 86, Mellenbrueh, Doris 2 2 ,,,,,,,,,,, Mcntzer, Austin .f,. ,,,,,, 9 7, 100, 115, 179, Mentzer, Loren ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, 6 7, 97, Meredith, Glenn ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Merryfield, Avis 22 22 . 115, Meyer, Beulah ,,,,,, 95 Miller, Bessie ,,,,,,,, 22 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Miller, Delcres ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 22 49, Miller, Lena Ruth ,,,, ,.., 7 5, 130, 131, 143, Miller, Lester ,,,,,,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 74, 95, Miller, Leu ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 7 5, 143, Miller, Margaret ,,,, ,,,,,,,, Miller, Maricn ,,,,,, ,,,, 9 5 97, Miller, Paul ,,,,,,,, ,,,, Miller, Ruth F. ,,,, 2 , 22 75, 88, Miller, Rut11 M. 88, Miller, Wfilton ,,,,,, ,,,, 8 2, 83, Minakcr, Helen ,,,, ,,,,, 4 9, Minner, Violet ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Minor, Myrtle ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Mcler, Donald ,22,22 2 2 22222,2 115, Menscn, Leona 22 2 .,,2 2 22 2 Moen, Margaret 2 222222 67, 128, 129, Niriore, Lucille 222222 22222222222 9 9, 101, 115, Mczre, Marjerie 22222222 222222222222222 2222222 9 7 , 115, Mcere, Virginia 21..22 2 75, 77, 88, 115, 130, Mcirre, Katherine 22222222222222222222 22222222222222222 9 5, Mcrgan, Annabe11e 4-,4,2 75, 88, Morley, W'inifred .2 22.222. 93, Morris, Blanche 2222 222222 6 7, 93, Morton, Dale 2222222 22222222 9 7, Merton. Robert 212. 22..2. 2222222. 9 7 , Mett, Marjorie 22222 2222222222.2 22221 7 5 , Mullinax, June 2222222222 22222 7 5, 88, 115, Murdock, Kenneth 22222..2222 115, hiurphy, Shirley 22222222 22222 1 02, 143, Murray, Elizabeth 67, 93, 95, Museh, John 222222222 2 2..2222 143, Myers, Ilmern 222222 2222 1 43, Nash, Leonard 2.2222 222222222222 Nash, Williain 222222 222222 Nelsen, Lee Nelscn, LeVoy 2..222 2222 2 2 2222 2222 2 2 Newell, Mary 22222 2.2222222 222222222222 Ncwtcn, Bertha 2222 222222 1 15, 131, Newten, Ncla 222222 222222222222 1 43, Nichols, Daryl 1.222 2222 9 7, 115, Nicklin, Jean 22222 222222 2 2,..... . 22 Nielsen, James 22222 2222222222222222222222 2 Nienstedt, Wilnia 2222 222222222222 1 30, 143, Noll, Dorothy 22.2222 22 49, 129, 131, Nutting, Bill 222222 2 222222.222 222222,.22222 2 Nye, Daniel 2.22222222 22222222222222 2222222 4 9 , O,C1:nner, Detta 222222 , 93, 145, 169, Oliver, Juanita 222,2 2222222 ..22. . 1 29, Olsen, Virginia 222. .22222 7 5, 98, 175 181 97 97 115 143 181 184 88 164 183 175 76 76 183 175 131 183 100 60 181 99 143 171 171 115 181 49 113 183 93 93 126 91 93 143 183 181 130 161 177 181 143 143 181 97 103 103 143 169 163 161 99 183 175 183 97 P? 97 75 181 177 183 78 101 161 181 78 167 181 131 115 W5 77" ,4,.,4,v ' ' 57 4-17' Liv 444 J ,lata . .zblx ,1.J,QJ..Z"u p Add, f 4,4 Z a,,,,..J V Osborn, Elizabeth ,.,,.. ,,,,, 9 9, 115, 181 Reid, Join ,, .v...,,,, ,,,,- 1 00, 183 4 - 4- Osborn, Jeanne ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,...,...,,... 7 5, 76 Reid, Velma .,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 181 Overstreet, Jack ..,.. ,,,,,,,,...,,. 1 00, 145, 163 Rentner, Donnabelle ,,,,,,,... ...,,,,,,,,,1,, ,,,-,,- 9 5 , 117 - - ' A Owens, Edward ,,,.,, 96, 97, 101, 115, 183 Rcsch, Dorothy ..,,,,,,,,,, 36, 69, 92, 130, 155, 161 Owsley, Alma ...,,,,7 .,,,,,A,,,,,,7,,,,, 6 7, 75, 97 Resch, Robert ,,......7...,A,,7,,7,,,,..,,,,,,,7,,11,A 145, 175 ' Owsley, Ruth .,....,,,.,.,7 ...,,7.,1,. 6 7, 75, 97 Rhea, Mildred ,,,,,.,,,,,,.....,..,... 76, 129, 131, 145 ,od-7 Ozenbergc-r, Dorothy ,,,.... ,,,,, 3 9, 49, 99, 164 Rhoads, Cecil .. 38, 40, 60, 69, 89, 126, 125, 152 Page, Blair ,,,,,,,,,,,...... ,.... 1 00, 145, 179 Rhcden, Charlotte ,,,,,,,,,,...,.. 75, 76, 93, 145, 181 fl 41-l4L rose, Lawrence ...,,,,,,,. 56, 67, 179 Rice, Barbara ,,,....... .,,.,,,.,....,,.,,,,,,...,....... 4 9 Pangborn, Lucille ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 8 S, 93, 115, 181 Rice, Marguerite ,,,,,, ,,,...,,,,,,,,,.... 1 17, 177 jk Parker, Clark ,,,,,...,, ,,,,.,...,.....,,,,, 4 9, 175 Rich, Mary K. ..,,,, .,,,,........,,,. 1 17, 161 ,b Parker, Harry ,.,.., .,.,..,,..1.,,,,,, 6 0, 82 Richard, Virginia .... .,,. 4 9, 91, 102, 181 . arks, Everett ,...,,,,, ,,,,,,........ 6 7 Ricklefs, Nadene ,.,,,, .,,,,,,,,,.,....,,...,,,, 4 9 - AA, Parris, Elizabeth ,.... ,,,,,,,........ 1 45 Riecler, Louise .,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,., 1 17 Parris, Fred ,,,,.,.,.. .... 8 2, 83, 145 Riekeman, Elmer .... ...,,,,,....,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 17 g4!Patrick, Myrtle ....,,. ......., ..,,.,,,..,, 8 8 Riemer, Dorothy ,.1., ,,,,,, 9 5, 101, 117, 164 J Patterson, Robert ,,,,,, .,.,, 3 4, 145, 179 Riley, Cleo .... ,,.,,,, .....,,,,,,,,. 7 5 , 76, 97 Peacock, Lucretia ,,,.,,, ,,,,, 3 6, 49, 173 Rindt, Donald ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.... 1 45, 183 ' Pendergraft, Keith ..., ,,,,, 1 03, 183 Rindel, Lucie ,,,,,.. . ,,,,, 75, 93, 145, 181 4"""" Penner, Linda ,,,,,....... 75, 93, 145 Rinker, Elizabeth ,,,1, ..,,.. ,,,,,,,., 9 5 , 97 ,K Pennington, Vernon ,,1,,, ..,,.............,,,, 1 15, 167 Rinker, Wayne ,,,,, ,,,,,. ........ 1 4 5 It Peters, Dorothy ,,,,,,, ,........,....,,.,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 45 Roberson, Stanley .... ,,.....,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 J' ,Peters, Elizabeth ,,,,, 49, 95, 98, 100, 101 Roberts, Josephine ,,,., ,,.,. 3 9, 117, 171 - .0 Peters, Eugene ,,,,,. .,.......,,,,,,,.,,,,.... , ....... 1 67 Robison, Max ...,,,,,,,, 117, 175, 183 'Q 4,0904 Peters, Harold ........ ...... 1 15, 179 Roby, Robert ,,,,, ...1.. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... 9 7 , 103 Peterson, Delmont A... 74, 75, 115 Rockey, George .,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 00, 101, 117 Peterson, Margaret ,,,,, ............... 1 15, 181 Rodee, Dolly ....,,,,, ,,,, 9 9, 101, 117, 130, 164 A ,7,,,,,,4,bA Peterson, Verna ,,,,,,, .......,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,t 1 81 Rcehrman, Lillian ,,,,, ,,,,...,,....,..,... 1 01, 117, 181 . Petty, Lindell ,,,, 60, 115, 126, 175 Roland, Keith .,.. ,,..,,,,,,,.,,,, 1 17, 183 A M Peyton, Alice ,,,. .,,,,,,,,,.,,.... 1 45, 181 Roley, Chester .... ,..,,,1 6 9, 74, 75, 167 Phelan, Virgil ,,.,...,,,,,.. 115, 175 Romine, Aaron ,.,,, 100, 117, 159, 175 ,aaollie-llnenlx, Nila ,.,,..,., ,,,,,,.....,..,...1.,...,1,. 4 9 Roriek, Habel tttt ,,,,,,,.,....,,,,,. 1 17, 173 Pipkin, Howard ,,,,,, .... 8 2, 83, 115, 163 Ross, Julia ,,,,,,, ,,,.., ...1,...,.. 1 0 1 Polley, Katherine ,,,. ..... 7 4, 75, 99, 115 Ross, Orville ,,,,,,,,,, .,,,. 1 45, 163 onton, Vera ,,,,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,.,., 1 15 Roulund, Lucille ..,,,. ,,,,,,,,,.. 1 01 M Pcstlewait, John ,..., .,.. , , ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.. ...... 1 83 Rgriok, Hazel ,,,,,,, ,,., 1 17, 173 - Powell, Gerald .,.., ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,........... 1 15 Runyon, Isabel ,,,,, 75, 102 5 171!-nrnley, Lena .,., ,.,ttt 4 9, 74, 75, 76, 152, 181 Runygn, Phyllis ,,,,, 75, 176 1 ff 7 i Powell, Helen ,..,,, eeeee,,,,,,,,..............,.,,,... 1 81 Ruskin, Robert ..........,. ,,,,.,.......,,,........ 7 5, 95 74 Powell, Ralph ,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 7, 175 Ruggum, Hammond 1,,, ,....,......,...,,.... 1 45, 163 Powers, Harriet .... ,,,,..,eeeeeeeeYeY 1 15 Saferite, Elwyn ,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 9, 89, 96, 97, 183 , ,,,, 1 J, 175, 167 Sflmon, Eleanor ,,,,. ,eeeee..f,,,,,,.,...,,,.,,,.,..... 7 5 Preddy, Betty ....,,,,,, .,,,.,..... 7 7, 145 Sams, Burton ...... reeee 6 9 Prescott, Christie eece .......... 6 9, 88, 169 Sanders, Ruth ....,,..,. YYY. 9 5 Price, Helen ..,.,,... .......... 9 5, 101, 115 Sanford, Dorothy ,.,1...... ,.... . .. ,,.f,,,,,,.,,.,, , 131 Pritchard, Marie ,,.,.. ...... 9 5, 115, 159, 169 San Romani, Archie 1...,......,.........,e,,,YY.... , ,,,,,,,,, Proffitt, Laurence ,,,,, ,,,,,.,. 1 45, 179, 183 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 36, 51, 75, 76, 126, 152, 183 Provost, Edwin ..,,. ,,,,f. ...,............,.... 1 1 7, 133 Sarracino, Joe ,.,,,,,,..,,,,,, ,,,..,...,,,..... 4 9, 97, 133 Ptacek, Marjorie ,......,.............................,.......... 95 Sayre, Rachel ......., ,,..,...,,,,,,.......... 9 3, 181 Putnam, Carolyn ,,,,,,,. 91, 92, 93, 101, 117, 181 Schggf, Lyle ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,.,, 3 5, 74, 75, 117, 167 Pyle, Helen .,., eeee, .ee,,,,.....,,,,,,,..,..,,,,,,. 1 4 5, 161 Sehanbacher, Ruth ,.... ...............,,,,,,.,,,,,,--- 1 17 Pyle, Warren ...,. ..,.. . .. ........ 54, 117, 179 Schartz, John ,,,,,,,..,. ............., 6 0, 69, 175 Quiggle, Ethel ....,. ,,,,,. ..,,,, .e...ff,1,...f... 8 8 S cheel, Charlotte ,,,,,,.....,,,,.,....,,,,,,....,..--.,,,-,,,,, 117 Raase, Ruth ,,.,, ...,,,,,...eefeee,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 9 Schenkel, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,eeeeeefeeeeee.........-...,,,- 101 Radke, Lorene ,,,,, ,,,,, 7 S, 90, 95, 117, 169 Sehirmer, Alice ........ 69, 74, 75, 90, 92, 95, 165 Raikes, Helen ...... ..................................... 7 5 Sehmitter, Mercedes e,,,,,,,....,,....,,.,,..,.---,,---- -f---- 5' ? 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