Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

 - Class of 1939

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VU. .1 lk ' .M 'mf -. Q. 41 H I '.m 1 A be Lwm. BETTY CREMER I.l3IlUli LORENZ BUENNING liuslxlxs xi,-XXXLIR ' GEORGE PHILLIPS lfu Ulfrx' Slloxsolx State Teachers College Emporia, Kansas 4 .,s 'S Il, s s " XS e,se V I i . I939 SUNFLOWER HROUGII the efforts of the 1939 Sun- flower staff, another yearbook has been prepared in commemoration of those who are about to leave their alma mater. Due emphasis has been placed upon the various activities enjoyed by the students at Emporia State. . . . . THE CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION CLASSES FEATURES ORGANIZATIONS FINE ARTS MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION XVOMIZIXVS PHYSICAI, EDUCATION SOCIETY Foreword Emporia State Teachers Col- lege is known throughout the country for the scenic beauty of its campus. The institution has enriched the lives of many students by its plan of progressive education. mmwvlmnqw Binh J- ams SHE Q 5 End Q if M A . A :AV L. O The Campus Throughout four seasons, thc campus is a place of beauty. Careful landscaping, intelli- gent planning and natural beauty have provided an in- spiring background for col- lege activities. x ' if W P' .nn AM PLJS 'Nw SCE ES ...1 Morse Hall Morse Hall is the Emporia home for more than a hun- dred girls. The homelike and beautiful environment lends fellowship to their campus life. 'Close friend- ships are developed in this hall which carry on into later life. G mnasium The gymnasium provides a wholesome spirit in athletics not only for inter-collegiate athletic teams but for every student. Students will re- member the exciting mo- ments of a closely contested game. This is the home of the Hornets. CAMPUS SCENES 'wuwmgwgh .1 XM Q-:T?"'ix,, E 'Rx .S 'Q 'A-'V' ADMIN ISTRATIO As the power that makes the college "wheels go round," the administration continues its effective work in main- taining the high standards and active progress of the institution. I171 :N 1 A ' . lf: . PRESIDE T BUTCH R Thomas XV. Butcher, completing his twenty-sixth year as president of the college, is the students' friend at court. His wise counsel, just decisions, and personal interest in our problems endear him to the students, faculty, and alumni. Under President Butcherls administration our institution has grown not only in enrollment and physical facilities, but also from a mediocre normal school to one of the foremost teachers colleges of the United States. Congenial friend, gentleman, scholar-our president-we salute you! E181 MAUDE E. MINROW Demi of WOIlIC'l1 Miss Maude E. Minrow plays an important part in the lives of the Teachers College coeds. Her sane judgment and patience has won a place for her in the hearts of many students. DAVID L. MACFARLANE Demi of Men Many problems have been aired and solved by Dr. David I.. MacFarlane in his capacity as Dean of Men. His genial personality enables him to contact the men of the campus more closely. The offices of the Deans are of such a nature that they require much tact and sympathetic understanding on the part of the persons who fill the chairs. An integral part of the liberal education is centered around these offices. Many important conferences of which the stu- dents are the sole benefactors take place behind closed doors in these offices. l 19 l FACLI LTY G. H. PHILLIPS A. D. SCHMUTZ Publicity Music Moulders of men and Women and builders of human destinies, the faculty stand as symbols of higher learning and progressive education. Besides being instructors dur- ing the day, the faculty members display a genuine interest in the social aspects of college life by sponsoring parties, dances, and club activities. A. D. SCHMUTZ T. OWEN Music English E 3 X .. I 1 it tilt- DR. H. E. SCHRAMMEL DR. DAX'ID L. MACFARLANE DR. O. W. MOSHER, JR Psychology Dean of Mau History l20l ---mmm N49 VHQNQN R. S111-in-'Iu.D DR. R. C. MAUL M11.xic' Dirrvfor' of E,XIlt'lIXiUlI FLOYD V. XVAK1ar..xN1a M IIXH' Du. W. H. GRAY I'syz'bolr1gAy R. L. ROAHEN E. R. BARRETT W. D. Ross English Englixla Rvgisfrar i211 GI2ORGI'I C. XXIILSON, Mzzsiv -IoHN D. HENIJl41liSON, Speech RUSSELL R. PoRT12R, Spvcfffy DR. V. A. DAVIS, Iiuglixb DR. H. M. PR11as'1', English 'kg 'ur' ROl5liRT P. JENSEN, Izfdzzsfrial Arfs . NIISS BEATRICLZ FIOOYIER, PI'!'.Yit1t'lIf,S Offivr DR. EDNVIN J. BROWN, Iiflzrvafiuzz X7IiRNON R. 5111.1-'IfIELD, Music DR. NI. XV. NJXCJLSI-Q, PS'j't'Zl0I!lg,1' FRANCIS G. W14.1.c1H, Mmfx l'l1yxic'n1 EtlHlYlfi0II :luv 4 l24J CLASSES Senior, Junior, Sophomore and Freshman-each class is rep- resented by a prominent boy and girl. These class leaders were elected by popular vote of the student body on ques- tionnaires distributed by the Sunflower Staff. 25 WWWW ,ffl wif? MMM ff WMM W SENIORS , vm- -H . , . ,hz ' 4 1,-'I ' . .- K Q, , ,, 'J Q V 5 5 T 25 f Mort, Hclcn Gniffirh, Harold Smut OFFICERS Pr'1'xi1l1'l1f ,,,, ,,,, A . ..,,,,,, KENNI4l'l'H DE MOTT Vif'v-Prvxidwzf 7 , 7,,,,7,7, HAROLD STOUT Sv1'rvfz11'y-Trcaszzrer 7 ,,,,, HELEN GRIFFITH i261 OFFICERS President , ..... .... HAROLD MACFARLAND Vice-President ,,,,,,. ...,,,,,,,,.. A . G. TIEMAN Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,. ..,,. J ANE LOOMIS JUNIORS 59 fffd H L Harold MacFarland, jane Loomis, A. G. Tieman I 27 1 , I xxx SOPHOMORES OFFICERS Pl't'SilIC'I1f , Y.,, .,,,77 ,,,7,, , ,,,,,,,7,,7,7 ,,,, , E T ED DOWNS Vin'-P1'esi11'r'11l , ,7,,,,,77,7.. .. BETTY FULTS S1'z'rr'fnr3'-Trwzxlrrm' ,,,,,, FREDA BORNSCHEIN FRESHMEN OFFICERS P7'0SiI17l?I1f , T, ,, ,,,,,,,, Y , MARGARET YEAROUT Vim-P1'0siflz'f1f ,,,,, ,,,,, JOHN ZIMMERMAN Sc'v1'f'f1zr'y-Tlwzszzfor , , 7,,,,,.. 7,,,,7,77,, , ,,,, G AIL RINDOM E281 PROM hm Mui El.D1:R INENT SENIORS One of tlie more versatile women nt KSTC, Id il Mae Elderls winning personality has gained for lier recognition as one of tlie favorites of the campus. Dubbed "Cl1ublJy,,' Art Hughes, president of K Sigma Epsilon fraternity, has proven liimse popular and capable lender on tlie Campus. l29l Qggii lf n ART! lun HUQHES Q gif? K of 'Vik Aesehliman, Ahlstrtzm, Allen, Anderson, Applegate, Arnett Austin, Avery, Ayers, Baysinger, Bebout, Bennett S 0 R Blehm, Horton, Bowser, Briee, Bridgewater, Brophy H AESCHLIMAN, EIJNA .... . . Cjt'lIfl'1lli11 BAYSINGICR, ADA CAROL ..... limlwriu Latin Club, History Y. NV. C. A. AHLSTROM, ALBERT and Government Club, . . . . . . . . R!':l1lfIlKQ Mu Epsilon Nu, Y. M. C. A., History and Government Club, Biology Club ALLEN, VIRGINIA . . Spanish Club, History W'innetnska . . .... L!'!ll'l'lIHJ0l'fI7 and Government Club, ANDERSON, ANNAISICI ........ Oslmrm Alice Freeman Palmer, Library-Science Club APPLEGATE, MINNIE ....... BlH'1f7I,Qf0!Z Home Economics Club, and Government Club ARNETT, CLAUDE E. Y. XV. C. A., History . . . . . . . . Emjmriu Phi Delta Chi, Student Council, Lambda Delta Lambda, Inter-fraternity Council AUSTIN, LINUS JASON ....... Emjmria History and Government Club, Latin Club, Kappa Sigma Epsilon AVERY, ,IIZNNIE MAI? Y. W. C. A., History Geography Club ...Lyonx and Government Club, AYERS, ALBERT E ..... Collonuzootl falls Industrial Arts Club, C. A., Mu Epsilon Nu Biology Club, Y. M. ,M moi Glee Club, Symphonic Chorus, Y. XV. C. A., Spanish Club, Orchestra, String Quartet, Pi Alpha Nu ISEBOUT, NAOMI RUTH ...... flflfbllflvj' Sphinx Literary Society, Y. XV. C. A., History and Government Club, VVinnetaska BENNETT, BETTY . ......... Emfmria Sphinx Club, Y. XV. C. A., French Club, Rhythmic Circle IKLEI-HW, RICHARD ........ F10rl'I11't' Chorus, Orchestra, Latin Club, Mu Epsilon Nu BURTON, IMOGENE ...... Kansai Cily Treble Clef, Sigma Pi Sigma, Symphonic Choir, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Y. VV. C. A., Pi Alpha Nu, Kappa Delta Pi IEOWSER, ODESSA ..... . . Great Bum! BRICE, MARY CATHERINE . function Cily Alice Freeman Palmer, History and Govern- ment Club, Library-Science Club, Y. W. C. A. BRIDGEVVATER, WINFREY ..... Parxons Collegiate Club, president, Kappa Alpha Psi BROPHY, DOROTHY ....... , . . Vliels Commerce Club, Winnetaska, Geography Club BROWNING, ROZICTTA MAE .... EVIIIIOVIAI Collegiate Club BURKHOLDER, CATHERINE .... i'l'I11Vi0rt Y. XV. C. A.: Collegiate 4-H: Spanish Club: Commerce Club BUSH, ISETTE ............ Donglaxx Sigma Sigma Sigma: Alphathenian Literary Society: Ccmmcrce Club CHILDERS, RICHARD ........ Cbujnnuu Phi Delta Chi, president: Phi Mu Alpha: Sym- phonic Chorus: Band: Lee ,Iohnson's Dance Band CLARK, DAUGHISRTY ..... Tvfllillgffill Gilson Players: Pi Kappa Delta: Kappa Sigma Epsilon CLARK, EDVVIN . . . . Emporia Phi Delta Chi CLEVIZNGER, MILDRED ..,... Ki7lgXLI!llL'Il Y. VV. C. A.: Nvinnetaskag Commerce Club COONICY, BASIL ULYSSES . . . . Oak Hill Phi Delta Chi COOP, FORREST ........... Climax Xi Phi: Student Council: Mathematics Club: Commerce Club: Geography Club: Mu Epsilon Nu: History and Government Club COX, HARRIFT ............. -Afivlrfz' Alpha Sigma Alpha: Art Club: Library-Science Club CRIQMIQR, BETTY ........... Elzzjvorirz Alpha Sigma Alpha: Art Club: Sunflower eilitirr: Kappa Delta Pi CRIPPEN, ALMA RUTH ...... Kiuglfnrlz Latin Club: Spanish Club: French Club: W'in- netziska DAVIDSOIXI, NIILDRED .... .... D illoll Library-Science Club: Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. XV. C. A.: Wiixnctaskgi DAVIIZS, ROBERTA ,,....... DOHKQILIAA Treble clcf Club, president: Clee Club: Sym- phonic Choir: Orchestra: Pi Alpha Nu DIYCKER, THITKLA ,... ', . .... Gorfiflllwl Library-Science Club: W'innetaska: Collegiate 4-H: Y. XV. C. A. DIQMOTT, KENNETH .......... Pri!!! Phi Sigma Epsilon: Track: K Club, president: Art Club: Industrial Arts Club: History and Government Club DENNIS, BOB ....... ..... D r111,qlu.i,v Phi Sigma Epsilon: History and Government Club DERDPN, RUTH M .... ...... f lllinl Y. XV. C. A.: Alice Iireeman Palmer: History and Government Club: Sigma Pi Sigma Browning, Burkholder, Bush, Childers, Clark, Clark S E N I 0 R Clevenger, Cooney, Coop, Cox, Cremer, Crippen Davidson, Davies, Declier, DeKlott. Dennis. Derclen 9, ini -9-use Derrick, Dickerman, Donnelly, Doyle, Drummond, Drury Durr, Eddy, Edwards, Ehrlich, lildcr, Ellis S E 0 R Everist, Eenter, Ferguson, Flummer, Garton, Golden DI-IRRICK, IVA W' ........,.. Lalbum EHRLICII, NAOMI ........... Marion Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Lambda, president, Sphinx Club, Y. XV. C. A. DICKIZRMAN, EDXVARD ....... Salina History and Government Club, Commerce Club, Mu Epsilon Nu DONNELLY, CARRIE MAE . . Collegiate Club, Y. XV. C. A. . . Tf1lIl'k1l DOYLE, AGNES MARY ........ Holfllll Delta Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club DRUMMOND, VUILLIAM A. . . . . A1I'mir'i Sigma Tau Gamma DRURY, DOROTHY LUELLA . Garden Cily Y. W. C. A., Library Club DURR, LORENE OPAL ........ Dighlfm Sigma Sigma Sigma, Y. W. C. A., Commerce Club EDDY, FLORENCE ........,. Garfield Winnetaslta, Y. W". C. A., Home Economics Club IQDVVAR DS, XVILLARD NIARK .... Wic'hifd Y. M. C. A., Latin Club, Spanish Club, His- tory und Government Club, Mu Epsilon Nu I32I Sphinx Club, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., Glee Club, Symphonic Choir ELDER, IDA MAE ........ . . . Eureka Xi Phi, president, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sun- flower stiff ELLIS, CECIL JAMES ........ KilI4Q.Yl,0IL'll Commerce Club, Mu Epsilon Nu EVERIST, GXVENDOLYN ...... Cbauute Home Economics Club, History and Govern- ment Club, Y. W. C. A., Splash Club EENTER, GEORGIA LOUISE . . . Wfvlliliglorl Y. W. C. A., Library-Science Club, W'inne- taslta, Alphathenian Literary Society, Sigma Pi Sigma FERGUSON, MITCHELL ....... Dighfoll Phi Sigma Epsilon, History and Government Club, Biology Club FLUMMER, GEORGE ......... Eureka Mu Epsilon Nu, Y. M. C. A., Commerce Club GARTON, DENTON ...... - .... Norton Band, Mu Epsilon Nu, Symphonic Choir, Commerce Club, History and Government Club GOLDEN, KATHARINE ...... Wbilcfufater Alpha Sigma Tau, Primary-Kindergarten Club GOULD, PHIL ............ Pfl'llIIl0l1f Xi Phi: Kappa Delta Pig Bulletin, editor-in- chief, Y. M. C. A., Iden Scholarship GRAHAM, MARY LUCILE .... KHIIXKIX Cily Collegiate Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g Geography Club GRAY, ALBERT B .......... Bzzrliuglwz Industrial Arts Club, Biology Club GREENVVOOD, LAURA ........ Mzlilixrnlz Alice Freeman Palmerg Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club, Geography Club GRIFFITH, HELEN ....,...... Toprlza Winnetaska, president, Secretary-treasurer of Senior class, Y. VV. C. A., Omega Literary Society: History and Government Club GROVES, GERALD WAYNE ..... Nlizlidfi History and Government Clubg Mu Epsilon Nug Track HAGUE, LAWRENCE ........ Tuwamlu Phi Sigma Epsilong Football, K Club, Indus- trial Arts Club HANNA, JAMES RAY ...... Caznifil Grow' Mathematics Club, Latin Clubg Chemistry- HATFIELD, HELEN ......... Cullimrz Alphathenian Literary Societyg History and Government Club, Spanish Club, Winiietaskag Y. XV. C. A. HEFLEY, REUBEN A .......... Durban: Mu Epsilon Nug German Clubg History and Government Club HENDEE, GERALDINE ........ Alvbixon Alphathenian Literary Society: Commerce Club, History and Government Club HENDRICKS, KENNETH ....... Kiowa Sigma Tau Gammag Inter-fraternity Council, Commerce Club HESS, LAWRENCE ........... ,'WtlL'L'l'Ijl Industrial Arts Club, Mathematics Club HILLIS, LORRAINIZ ......... EVIIPOVIII Art Club, Splash Club, Physical Education Club, Sigma Pi Sigma HOGAN, ROBERT DALE ...... Hnmillon Phi Delta Chi, Industrial Arts Club HOGLUND, DONALD ......... Nfiflvr Industrial Arts Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Biology Physics Club, Industrial Arts Club, Kappa Mu Club, Trackg Y. M. C. A. Epsilon, Y. M. C. A., Mu Epsilon Nu . HOOD, LEROY ............ Atchison Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Inter-fraternity Councilg HARVEY, MARY ........ Arkansas Cily Collegiate Clubg French Clubg Y. XV. C. A. Debate X Gould, Graham, Gray, Greenwood, Griffith, Groves S E N I 0 R Hague, Hanna, Harvey, Hatfield, Hefley, Hcndee Hendricks, Hess, Hillis, Hogan, Huglund, Hood V E331 Horton, Huber, Hughes, James, Johnson, Jones Jones, Jones, Jones, Kidd, Kinsey, Kirby S E N I 0 R Kirby, Kleiber, Knowlton, Kurtz, Ladner, Larson HORTON, RUTH L .......... Wfrlyxizlt' Alpha Sigma Tau, Alphathenian Literary So- ciety, Commerce Club, Y. VV. C. A. HUBER, LESTER A .......... Puzuballarz Mu Epsilon Nu, K Club, Basketball HUGHES, ARTHUR ......... Elzzlloria Kappa Sigma Epsilon, president, Inter-fraternity Council' Commerce Club' Hister and Gov- . l , A fy ernment Club JAMES, HOXVARD ...... . . Enzjzoria Sigma Tau Gamma, Band JOHNSON, SARA JUNE ........ Polwin Y. NV. C. A., Primary-Kindergarten Club, Theta Sigma Upsilon JONES, ALICE ALJNE ....... Wfrifz' Cily Orchestra, Mixed Chorus, W'innetaska, Y. W. C. A. JONES, HAROLD ........... Enzlmoria Phi Sigma Epsilon, Inter-fraternity Council, K Club, Basketball JONES, MARY ELIZABETH . .... Iilrzporia PrimaryAKindergartcn Club, Y. XV. C. A. JONES, XVAYNE ..........,, Ilurffarrl Band, Orchestra, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Glee Club, Chorus i341 KIDD, JUANITA . . . . Karmm Cfily Collegiate Club KINSEY, KATHRYN ........ AfflIll:'1lf711ll.i Sphinx Literary Society, Lambda Delta Lambda, Y. XV. C. A., YVinnetaska, Pziclcgy Club, Chemistry-Physics Club KIRBY, EILEEN ........... Dmlgif Cily Sigma Sigma Sigma, president, W. A. A,, Physical Education Club, Splash Club KIRBY, MARGARET ANNE ..... TUV'0lIf0 Y. NV. C. A., XVinnetaska, French Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Omega Literary Society KLEIIHCR, ELLAMAE ......... RLIINUIILI Pi Omega Pi, president, f:tITll'1'lCI'CC Club, Y. XV. C. A., Kappa Delta Pi, History and Gav- ernment Club, German Club KNOWLTON, VVINIIYRIED ....... OA'f01'il Y. YV. C. A., W. A. A,, Physical Education Club KURTZ, RUTH .......... Wt'lliIl,Qfl1II Y. XV. C. A., Delta Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Omega Literary Society, Pi Alpha Nu, president, Symphonic Chorus, Spanish Club, Glee Club, pianist LADNER, JANE ..,......... EIIIf7UVfAl Student Council, Xi Phi, XV. A, A., Sigma Pi Sigma, president, Splash Club, Rhythmic Circle, Physical Education Club LARSON, THELMA ......,.. Kizrklm' Art Club, Georgraphy Club, XVinnetaska, Y. XV. C. A. t. f LITMON, GERTRUDE ......... Parsons Library-Science Club, president: Y. W. C. A. MCCOY, SARAH ............ Pmffriilgc Commerce Club: Splash Club: Omega Literary Society: Alpha Sigma Tau LEWIS, NVENDFLL ...... . . . . Evlzlworicl Kappa Sigma Epsilon: Commerce Club: Y. M. C. A.: History and Government Club LISS, ETHEL ................ iHu1ll4'r MCDONOUGH, MARY ..... Arkzumzs City Alpha Sigma Tau, president: Pan Hellenic Council: Sorority Presidents Council: History and Government Club: Y. W. C. A. W'innetaska: History and Government Club: Y. W. C. A. MCMURPHEY, LULU MARY ..... Mtztlixorx Primary-Kindergarten Club: Geography Club LITTLES, L. BERNEZETTA ...... Parsons Collegiate Club: French Club LOHKAMP, ANTHONY ...... Westphalia MAGXVIRF, MARGARET ....... Emporia Y. W. C. A.: Geography Club: Mathematics Club: Chemistry-Physics Club Kappa Mu Epsilon: K Club: Football: Track: Mathematics Clubg History and Government Club MAHONEY, PAUL ........... Iinrvka Ccmmerce Club: Mu Epsilon Nu: History and Government Club: Track LOYD, LORRAINE ......... 1'billipxb11rg Kappa Mu Epsilon: Kappa Delta Pi: Latin Club, president: German Club: Mathematics Club ' LUMB, MARK ............ Manbullun Xi Phi: Student Council: Y. M. C. A., presi- MASSEY, MIRIAM ........... SIIII 'Cily Primary-Kindergarten Clubg W'innetaska: Y. W. C. A.: Spanish Club MAYNARD, DELIGHT P ......... Iuka Phi Mu Alpha: Band: Orchestra: Chorus dent: History and Government Club: Mu Epsilon Nu: French Club: Kappa Delta Pi LUND, KATHRYN ......... Alfa Vixla MELTON, ROBERT .... ...... P V'l'Sf0ll Sigma Tau Gamma: Commerce Club: Mathe- matics Club Ccmmerce Club: Pi Omega Pi: Spanish Club LUTHI, XV. ERVVIN .......... Gffl,lt'J' Commerce Club: Phi Delta Chi: Latin Club SENIOR METTLIZN, IONA E ........ Sylvan Grove Alphathenian Literary Scciety: Latin Club: Y. C. A. Lemon, Lewis, Liss, Littles, Lohlcamp, Loyd Lumb, Lund, Luthi, McCoy, McDonough, McMurphey Magwire, Mahoney, Massey, Maynard, Melton, Mettlen E351 time ' 'T' Moler, Moore, Moore, Moritz, Morse, Mott Mott, Mulligan, Murdoch, Neece, Osborn, Osborn S E N I 0 R Owens, Parker, Parsons, Pennington, Perkins, Peyton MOLER, DONALD ........ Oxuuulonzic Sigma Tau Gamma, Pi Kappa Delta, Com- merce Club, Student Council, president, Xi Phi, Pi Omega Pi. MOORE, LUCILLE ............ Elbing Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alphathenian Literary Society, Latin Club, History and Government Club TNTOORE, VIRGINIA .......... Iill7'4'kLl XVinnetaska, Y. NV. C. A., Primary-Kinder- garten Club MORITZ, ANNETTA ISABliI.I,li . Illflvfiflll Cify Geography Club, Art Club, Y. W. C. A., XVinnetaska, Spanish Club MORSE, ROBERT CLYDE ...... limjmria Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Gilson Players, History and Government Club MOTT, MAR-IORIIZ .......... 151111101-fa Freeman Palmer, French Club, Spanish Alice Club, Gilson Players, Bulletin Staff MOTT, MARY ............. Emlmoria Gilsou Players, Y. XV. C. A., Wcmen's Glee Club, Symphonic Chorus, Alice Freeman Palmer, president lVlULLlGAN, W7lLOMlfNA M ...... Sf. Mal'j,'S Theta Sigma Upsilon, Mathematics Club, Al- phathenian Literary Society MURDOCK, KENNETH P ....... Emjworia Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club T361 NEECE, BERTNIADINE ..... .... I M011 French Club, Symphonic Choir, Glee Club, Orchestra OSBORN, ELIZABETH ........ flflilrm' Alphathenian Literary Society, Pi Omega Pi, W'innetaska, Y. W. C. A., Ccmmercc Club, History and Government Club, Sigma Pi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi OSBORN, VELVA ........ PltlffSl7lll'.Q, Ma. Kappa Delta Pi, Library-Science Club, Y. NV. C. A., Orchestra, Band OXVENS, EDXVARD .......,... ,Emlmriu Commerce Club, Pi Omega Pi, Y. M. C. A., Mu Epsilon Nu, History and Government Club PARKER, CHESTER A ......... Emjwriu Sigma Tau Gamma, Basketball, K Club, Track PARSONS, RUTH ........... Emporia Primary-Kindergarten Club, W'innetaska, Y. W. C. A. PENNTNGTON, VERNON ...... liuzjwria Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club, History and Government Club PERKINS, GROVER .......... M1'l1'1'V7l Industrial Arts Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon PEYTON, ALICE MARIAN ...... Tojwlw Alphathenian Literary Society, Library-Science Club PHELAN, VIRGIL .......... Holyroml Phi Sigma Epsilon, History and Government Club POLLFY, KATHERINE ....... B4'llf'lfillU Alpha Sigma Alpha, Symphonic Chorus, Womeifs Glee Club, Y. W. C. A., Alpha- thenian Literary Society. PRICE, LOUISE ............. Erllporiu Omega Literary Society, president, History and Government Club, Library-Science Club, Y. W. C. A. PROVOST, EDWIN GEORGE . . . Bzlrlingame Mathematics Club, Chemistry-Physics Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda, Kappa Delta Pi PTACEK, MARAIORIE W ........ Rolling French Club, German Club, Y. W. C. A., History and Government Club, Winnetaska RAASE, RUTH ......... Blur' Springs, Mo. Y. VV. C. A., German Club RADKE, LORENE .......... Sl. Iobn Pi Kappa Sigma, Pan Hellenic, History and Government Club RAMSEY, GOLDA ISABEL . . . . . El Dorado Y. XV. C. A., NVinnetaslca IIANKIN, CHARLES I7 ......... Bwlerfirl Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Industrial Arts Club, Latin Club SENIOR RICE, MARGUERITE . . . . . Holiday Alpha Sigma Alpha RIEMER, DOROTHY L ...... Wi1liu1i1xb11rg Theta Sigma Upsilon, Pan Hellenic, Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club, History and Government Club, Alphathcnian Literary Society, Kappa Delta Pi RILEY, DOROTHY .......... Emporia Primary-Kindergarten Club, Latin Club, Y. W. C. A., Winnetaska ROBISON, MAX ............ F1orz'f1z'r Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, History and Government Club ROBY, ROBERT ............. Revcz' Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda, Collegiate 4-H, president, Mathematics Club, Chemistry-Physics Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Y. RI. C. A. RODEE, DOLLY KATHRYN ..... Emporia Theta Sigma Epsilon, Pi Omega Pi, Alpha- rhenian Society, Pan Hellenic, Sigma Pi Sigma, Commerce Club, Y. W. C. A. ROLAND, KIETH ...... . . Moxrou' Phi Sigma Epsilon ROMINE, AARON M ....... Garden Cily Phi Sigma Epsilon, K Club, Track, captain ROSS, A. RAYMOND ......... Sf. Iobu Spanish Club, Industrial Arts Club, Mu Epsilon Nu Phelan, Pulley, Price, Provost, Ptacek, Raasc Radke, Ramsey, Rankin, Rice, Riemer, Riley Robison, Roby, Rodee, Roland, Romine, Ross -'Q' E371 Ross, Runyon, Sanders, Schanbacher, Sehenkel, Schlatter Schneider, Schottler, Schurter, Selig, Shannon, Shelton Shelton, Shepard, Shepherd, Sheppard, Sherrard, Sipes ROSS, ORVILLE BIZRGIER ..... Pmlbozly Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club, Biology Club RUNYON, ISABEL ........... Peabody Home Economics Club, Y. VV. C. A. SANDERS, RUTH ............ Miller Alice Freeman Palmer, Library-Science Club, Y. W. C. A. SCHANBACIIER, AllI.ENE ......, Nl'lL'l0M Theta Sigma Upsilon, president, Alphathenian Literary Society, Sorority Presidents Council SCHENKEL, RICHARD ........ Barim' History and Government Club, Agriculture Club, Y. M. C. A., Mu Epsilon Nu, Biology Club SCHLATTIZR, LAURENE ..,... ML'PbL'fS07l Sphinx Club, president, Symphonic Choir, Cvlee Club, Treble Clef, pianist, Y. W. C. A., Pi Alpha Nu SCHNEIDER, DOROTHY ....... Gritlley Alphathenian Literary Society, Delta Sigma Epsilon, French Club SCHOTTLER, RUTH ......... Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. SCHURTER, ROY ........... EIll'C1?.!I Sigma Tau Gamma, president, Commerce Club, president, Geography Club, Xi Phi, Inter-fraternity Council i381 SELIG, GEORGE RUDOLPIAI ...... Olilrf Industrial Arts Club, Latin Club SHANNON, GAII ........... Wz'11xr'il1v Phi Delta Chi, Phi Mu Alpha, Symphonic Chorus, Band, French Club SHELTON, ESPER ...... Los Angrlrs, Calif. Kappa Mu Lambda SHELTON, GERTRUDE . . . . Topeka Collegiate Club SI-IEPARD, ARCI-IIE .......... Pfzlfl Phi Sigma Epsilon, president, Xi Phi, K Club, Track, Biology Club, Industrial Arts Club, Latin Club, Inter-fraternity Council SHEPHERD, WILLARD ........ Emlwrizz Band, Orchestra, Symphonic Choir, Phi Mu Alpha, Gilson Players SI-IEPPARD, GLENN .......... Lillfalll Lambda Delta Lambda, Kappa Mu Epsilon SHERRARD, EELICIA ANN ...... Br-Iuit Delta Sigma Epsilon, president, Pan Hellenic Council, Sigma Pi Sigma, Primary-Kinder garten Club, Rhythmic Circle, W. A. A., Sorority Presidents Council SIPES, XVILLIAM ............. Emmet! Industrial Arts Club, president, Mathematics Club, president, K Club, Y. M. C. A., Foot- 'ball, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Iden Scholarship SKINNER, CHARLES TRUMAN . . . Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon SMITH, ARLINE ......... Minneulzolis Y. VV. C. A., WL3H16h,S Glee Club, Symphonic Choir SMITH, GWENDOLYN ..... Pawnee Rafi: Sphinx Literary Society, Pi Kappa Sigma SMITH, LAVONE ........... EHIIYUVIKI Physical Education Club, president, Sigma Pi Sigma, Splash Club, W. A. A. SMITH, VERNE R. ..,....... Douglass Pi Kappa Delta, president, Bulletin, business manager, Commerce Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon SMITH, WINIFRED ........... Kiowa Delta Sigma Epsilon, Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. W. C. A., Art Club, Home Ecu- ncmics Club SNIDER, HELEN ............. -Eureka W'innetaska, Y. XV. C. A., Splash Club, Com- merce Club, History and Government Club SOMERFIELD, CAROLINE . . . Arkansux City Alpha Sigma Tau, Geography Club, Splash Club, History and Government Club SOWDER, FRANCES BEULAH .... Torouio Y. W. C. A., Library-Science Club, French Club, Omega Literary Society SPANGLER, ELSON ........... Walton History and Government Club, Industrial Arts Club STANDLEY, GLADYS ...... Gflrrfcn Cily Pi Kappa Sigma, History and Government Club STANLEY, MAC ........... M07lffZllmE Phi Mu Alpha, president, Xi Phi, Symphonic Chorus, Men's Glee Club STARK, JUNE ........ ..... f Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, French Club, Art Club STEPP, VOLNEY ............ ilim porin Commerce Club, History and Government Club STITT, GLADYSY ............. 'Li1?l'r'ul Pi Alpha Nu, Orchestra, Y. XV. C. A., Glee Club, Symphonic Chorus, Sphinx Club, String Quartet STOUT, ITAROLD ............ Kiowa Lambda Delta Lambda, president, Kappa Mu Epsilon, president, Chemistry-Physics Club, Mathematics Club, Y. W. C. A. STUTSMAN, JACK IW ........... QEIIIIPOIAIII Phi Sigma Epsilon, Industrial Arts Club SXVAIM, ROLAND ............ or-ford Mu Epsilon Nu, Y. M. C. A., Cemmerce Club Skinner, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith SENIOR Snider, Somerfield, Sowcler, Spangler, Standlcy, Stanley Stark, Stepp, Stitt, Stout, Stutsman, Swaim I . E39Ji Tarrence, Ten Eyck, Thistlcthwaite, Thomas, Tinklin, Turner Wfnlden, W'alIingford, W'atts, W'nyman, Xyeinnian, XX'eir S E N I O R NXiI1IfI11Ul'C, XVinnd. NViley, W'ilhite, Williams, XVilliamson TARRENCE, DOROTHY ...... I.i111'11l11 Y. XV. C. A.g German Clubg History and Government Club: I.ibrary-Science Club TEN EYCK, EDITH .......... Wfulfou Gilson Playcrsg History and Government Club THISTLETHXVAITE, KENNETH . TYJIIXKIVIIIXIL' Spanish Clubg Y. M. C. A.: Mu Epsilon Nu THOMAS, AGNES ........... EllI1I!Il'id Alphzithenian Literary Societyg Home ECO- nomics Clubg History and Government Clubg Y. C. A. TINKLIN, GEORGE S ......... Al1'l1i.vu11 Phi Delta Chig History and Government Clubg Chemistry-Physics Club TURNER, PAUL XVIIITBY ....... Iilllflnrifl Sigma Tnu Gammng Symphonic Choirg Men's Glee Clubg Commerce Club WALDI-.N, RUTH ............ I.if11'1'111 Library-Science Clubg Y. NW, C. A.g Wirine- taska XVAILINGEORD, MARY ........ A.il1li111J Theta Sigma Upsilong Commerce Clubg Y. XV. C. A. XVATTS, MARGUERITE ..... KlllI.YlI.Y ffifj- Y. XV. C. A.g Library-Science Clubg Alpha- thenian Literary Societyg VC'innetaskag French Clubg German Club E401 XVAYMAN, CHARLES ......... E1111mri11 Sigma Tau Gnmmng Commerce Club XVEINIWAN, HELEN ......... Alr'bi.iU11 Winnetaskiig Primary-Kindergarten Clubg French Clubg Art Club WIZIR, LOXVIZLI ............ smfffml Sigma Tnu Gammag Commerce Clubg Iinmlg History and Government Club XVHITMORE, ELVERN ...... . . Rrdilillg History and Government Club NWIAND, VIRGINIA .......... lj111lmri11 Alpha Sigma Alplmg Primary-Kindergarten Club WILEY, ALBERT ............ 1411111111 Industrial Arts Clubg Phi Sigma Iipsilong Mathematics Clubg Track WILHITIQ, ORVIN ......... Yulrx cjl'llfl'I' Y. M, C. A.g Mathematics Clubg Bulletin, business mnnagerg Chemistry-Physics Club NIVILLIAMS, AIENNIE I. ..... .... I flllflillfrl Alpha Sigma Alphag Primary-Kinclergnrten Club, presidentg Y. W, C. A. XVILLIAMSON, BIZSSIII ........ H111'ff111'1I Home Economics Clubg Spanish Clubg Y. VV. C, A. XWILSON, JESSE J. ......... Coffryvillr NWOLFE, JONATHAN . . . . .... Ellsworth Footballg Collegiate 4-Hg Latin Clubg History Mu Epsilon Nug Orchestra: Band, presidentg and Government Clubg Industrial Arts Clubg Glee Clubg Symphonic Choirg Phi Mu Alphag Phi Sigma Epsilon Kappa Delta Pi VVOODARD, MARY ...... lxIl'LIil'ilII' Lodge Y. XV. C. A.g Alphathcnian Literary Societyg Theta Sigma Upsilong Pan Hellenic WILSON, OLIVE ..........,. FIIIITOVILI Omega Literary Society: History and Govern- ment Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g Kappa Delta Pi XVRIGHT, ALTHEA .... .... I IIlft'bfIIN0ll Kappa Mu Lambdag Commerce Clubg History WINGFRD, DOROTHY ........ NWN-I-fi and Gmmmem Club: Y' W' C. A. History and Government Clubg Alpha Sigma Alpha ZIMMICRMAN, JOHN ......... Emjroriu Inter-fraternity Council, presidentg Xi Pliig WISE, PAUL LEROY .....,... ljuzporiu History and Government Clubg K Clubg Phi Chemistry-Physics Clubg Industrial Arts Club Delta Chi! Yell King , iv' f - ' N I T ' I SOI1, I SUH, lllgcl' , ISC, 4 C ' w W1 d xv' Wulf S I 0 J W'oodard, Wriglit, Zimmerman I41l Commencement is the realization of our dreams-the culmination of four years' work and endeavor. The stately seniors are serious with the thought of what lies beyond the roll of parchment. E423 PRONN i l JEANNETTE FLOYD A. G. TIEMAN INENT JU IORS With her Winsome smile and pleasing personality, Peggy Pedagogs popularity still reigns on the enm- pus .... Always with than friendly grin, the Rhythm King, A. G. Tieman, acknowledges his admirers, hearty applause. 431 N . . . ' 5133: LQ" , V F4 21 ie55i5:Q' ., tiff? '::.:.5Lwq 4 ., . ...Wm .15 . .:!'!55!!':fL ,-. '5.,:,5,:,, .4 4 i .5!..,.h' Abildgaard, Adams, Akers, Alderfer, Allen, Allred Allsbury, Ames, Andrews, Armstrong, Arndt, Austin Ayers, Bain, Hales, Barber, Barnaby, Barrieklow ABILDGAARD, DOROTHEA . . Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pan-Hellenic, Xi Phi, VV. A. A., president ADAMS, ZOLA BEATRICE . . NX'inneraska AKERS, ORLAND EUGENE . . . Mu Ifpsilon Nu, History and Club, Y. M. C. A. ALDIZRFIQR. BIZRNICIE ANNA . . NIVIIHIICIIISICAIQ Geography Club, Y. W' ALLI'iN, HELIQN IVIARIQTRIE . . XY'innet:iska, Art Club . Oxford president, . Ifmlmria . Gyjrsu 11: Government . Subribu . C. A. . lim fm rid ALLRIQD, AVIS ILLAINIQ . , . . IHtlt'lWIlL1l'HL'C Wfinnetaska, Y. W. C. A. ALLSIIURY, JOHN XVIQSLIZY . . . History and Government Club AMES, VICTOR . . . . . . . . . . To IIXQKIIIOXIE Auwrifzzx Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club, History and Government Club ANURIQXVS, TICIJ F .......... . Alfllixon Biology Club, president, German Club, Agri- culture Club, Chemislry and Physics Club E441 ARMSTRONG, LIZROY . . ..... Seinfm Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club ARNDT, GENROSII ....,....... Olju' Sphinx, German Club, Library Club AUSTIN, ALINE ...... Callouzwuil Falls W'innetaska, Commerce Club AYIZRS, VIZRNE .... ......... P ral! Phi Sigma Iipsilon, Commerce Club BAIN, XVARIKIZN LIIWIS . . . . Elrllloriu BALLS, ORIN ROLAND ....... Iinzporia Geography Club, president, Commerce Club BARBER, MARGARET ....... . . Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physical Iiducation Club BARIXIABY, NELLII2 IVIAE ....... OffdlUrI Wfiiinetaskn, History and Government Club, German Club, Library Club BAIKIKICKLOW, WAUNITA ...... Wd1'CI'IvX' V'innetaska, Commerce Club, Geography Club BASKETT, BETTY LEE .... Omega, German Club, Latin Club, History and Government Club, Chorus .Blur Rajriilx IIAUM, BEULALI ............. WIIXt',l' Sigma Sigma Sigma, Band, Pan-Hellenic Council: Spanish Club, Sigma Pi Sigma, Y. W. C. A. BAUMGARTNER, FERNE LENORA . Elbiutq Sphinx Club BAYSIIXIGER, KATIIRYN LUCILE . . 12111170751 Spanish Club, History and Government Club BAYS, OLGA XVAUNITA . . . AflZtlII.Vd.V Cify History and Government Club- Y. W. C. A. BIZCHTOLDT, BETTE ......... 1V01'f0'I Sphinx Literary Society, French Club, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Band BEDW'EI,I., LONNIIC FLOYD ..... LURO-3' Industrial Arts Club, Debate, Y. M. C. A. BELL, ELVA .... .......... A v0l'l'L1fll7' Xi Phi, Bulletin smff, French Club, History and Government Club, Y. VV. C. A. BELTING, ROBERT .... ..... E mporiu Phi Sigma Epsilon, History and Government Club, Track JUNIOR Bedwell, Bell, Belting, Bennett, Bird, Bogus ' Bxhn, Boyne, 131.5 Brick I ru li llle BENNETT, NVILLIS HAY . . . . Exfcriilgr' Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club, Yell King BIRD, HAROLD DANIEL ...... Grllfivlzf Debate, Mathematics Club, Chemistry-Physics Club BOGUE, KATHRYN MARIE ..... Enljwriu Alpha Sigma Tau, Physical Education Club, Rhythmic Circle, Sigma Pi Sigma, Geography Club, W. A. A., Y. XV. C. A. BOHN, HOMER RICHARD ...... Climax Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Mathematics Club BOONE, ROSCOE ........... TflY'!1IlflI filu Epsilon Nu: Pi Kappa Delta, Commerce Club, History and Government Club, Y. M. C. A. BOYS, EDITH ANNA ......... Lillzvooil Primary-Kindergarten Club, XVinnetaska, Y. XV. C. A. BRACKNEY. HELEN . ..... BIIVIINAQKIHIL' Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y, XV. C. A. BRANCH, FRANCES .... Il'l'M',Y Cify, N. Iireneli Club, Junior Dance BRODDLE, BERTRANI REX ..... lflirvfirl Mu Epsilon Nu, History and Government Club Baskett, Baum, Bnumgartner, Baysinger, Bays. Bechtoldt 's, . ' ney, Erie , Biztr ' sz K I4-Sl 1 Wp...W Brown, Bruning, Bryant, Buenning, Bullard, Burling Burns, Butterfield, Canfield, Cann, Carr, Cary J I 0 R Childs, Christensen, Clark, Clark, Cline, Cockley BRONIVN, JOSEPH PAUL ..... WL'1lillgflIlI Phi Delta Chi, Biology Club, Physics-Chemis- try Club, French Club, Collegiate 4-H BRUNING, HERBERT IRVING . . . Robiizmu Mu Epsilon Nu, History and Government Club, Biology Club, Y. M. C. A. BRYANT, GLENN . . . Calm' Vale Phi Delta Chi ISUENNING, LORENZ KI. . . Crillwzwoml lfullx Phi Delta Chi, Sunflower, business manager, Commerce Club BULLARD, AMY VIOLA ...... C'cIIiIIL't'Il Geography Club, Library Club BURLING, TINY .......... A1'1i11gf011 Geography Club, Physical Education Club, Latin Club, Home Economics Club, W. A. A. BURNS, CARTER LAXVRENCE .... Ml'Il'l'l'71 History and Government Club, president, Industrial Arts Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Basketball BUTTERFIELD, EDWIN LEROY . . OL'L'YI7I'00k Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club CAIXIEIELD, DALE KINGSTON . . Bl'lIt'lIIIz' Phi Delta Chi i461 CIANN, BURNICE INIAUDE ..... Culrllvell Alpha Sigma Tau, Geography Club CARR, MYRA CHITISTENA ..... EIIIIIUVIM Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. W. C. A. CARY, DEVVAYNE EARL ....... Norlon Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Latin Club, Debate, History and Government Club, Commerce Club CHILDS, I IAZEL EDITH ...... Hl'l'ilI,Qf0ll Omega Literary Society, Symphonic Orches- tra, Symphonic Chorus CHRISTENSEN, MARGARET .... W4'fr11r1l'c' Sphinx, Vlfinnctaska, History and Government Club, Y. W". C. A. CLARK, HAROLD ....,,.. sn-wig Cify Phi Delta Chi, K Club, Industrial Arts Club CLARK, VIRGINIA ELLEN . . . Hulcbinsun Winnetaska, Primary-Kindergarten Club CLINE, MELVIN L .......... Lillwoozf Mu Epsilon Nu, Industrial Arts Club, Latin Club COCKLEY, RUTH .......... Pvulvoily Omega Literary Society, Phi Alpha Nu, Sym- phonic Choir, Madrigalian, Band, Wemen's Glee Club, German Club I- . COOKE, ANNA PAULINE . . . . . E1r1,lJor'ii1 Collegiate Club, Y. W". C. A. COl3LliiNl, Alflll-IFA KATPll.YN . . . Wfifbilil XVinnetaska, Alphathenian Literary Society, Library Club, Y. XV. C. A. CRAMNT, CARL ............ IQIIXXVH Pi Kappa Delta, Band, Orchestra, German Club, Y. M. C. A. . . . . . .... Pl'0fL'CfiUlI Sphinx Literary Society CRAIG, RUTH . . . Delta Sigma lipsilun, CR AM, MARILYN ........... Nwmfarlm DALY, IQATI-ll.lflfN ........... Pwlff XVinnetaslia, XV. A. A., Y. XV. C. A., Home Iiecnzxnuies Club, Chemistry4Physies Club, Art Club DANIICLSON, EUNICIZ ..... . . Lim1.iI20r'g Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. XV. C. A. UANNER, JACK ALls1aRT ..... Lfiriygmi Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Chemistry-Physics Club DEISTER, ,IOSEPHINE FRANCES . Dorlgr Cify Library Club, French Club Spanish Club, Primary-Kindergarten Club, DFLATf0,NNTAR1liTA - - ' H'fh'bi"5U'l Alpha Sigma Tau, Y. W. C. A. Y- XV- 9- A- CRAVIQNS, NfXDEAN .....'.... PMN DEVALL, .IEANNIQ .... Sfr'zL'i1r'f.fzi1lr', Mo. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Crzmmerec Club Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. XV. C. A. CRIIAL, hlARY . . QIlfl1tl1Il'I2 Dlvllll, lNlARY CATl"llfRlNlf . . IUILI V Herne Ilconcrnies Club CRIZLLIN, lfRWlN B .......... Urnfzfrlwf ph, Dc-lm Chi: GC.,qmp1w Club DRAKE, I-ILEANOR LOUISE . . . lvluzorv CUNNINGHAM. MARY ANN . . . Ifllllwriu DICKRZY. l'llfl.liN fXlAllll, .... . . Leoli Sigma Pi Sigma, Commerce Club, History and Pi Kappa Sigma, Spanish Club, Commerce Government Club, Winnetaska, Y. VV. C. A. Club Cooke, Coplen, Cramm, Craig, Cram, Cravens Creal, Crellin, Cunningham, Daly, Danielson, Danner Deieter, Delano, DcVnll, Diver, Drake, Dickey ii , igiiikigfi .1 - f A E471 ' -f. - J lv A 8 4 , . 1 .' 1 .F aw 2' I F ' f S Dunham, Eikcrman, Endly, Estep, Feather, Felt Field, Fincllv, Finnerty, Finnerty, Fisher, Fitzgerald J I 0 R Flanagan, Floyd, Ford, Fowler, Garthwaite, Gates DUNHAM, INIARY . . . . Ellffkfl Omegag Library Club EIKERMAN, EDGAR ........... l'iUlL'1I'l' Mu Epsilon Nug K Clubg Geography Clubg Football ENDLY, MERLE . . . . Emlmrin ESTEP, SAMUEL D ........... Iirrljmrirl History and Government Clubg Debateg Y. M. C. A. FEATHER, MARIE ....... Mifl7Il'dI7I1IiS Commerce Club: Omega Literary Club FELT, VIVIAN FRANCES .... i1llfL'hfIlXON Library Clubg French Club FIELD, FLOYD AI ............ Emlmrin Mu Epsilon Nug Geography Club FINDLY, AIANF ..... ....... E mlmria Alpha Sigma Alphag Commerce Clubg History and Government Club FINNERTY, -IOSEPHINE ....... Hmfoffl Primary'Kindergarten Clubg Latin Club I48I FINNERTY, NIARGARET ...... Harfforxf Alice Freeman Palmerg History and Govern- ment Clubg Latin Clubg Spanish Club FISHER, MARIE . . . . Sf. Iobu Y. XV. C. A. FITZGERALD, LURA . . . . Emporiu Alpha Sigma Alpha FLANAGAN, LOIS LOUISE .... Doilgu Cily Library Clubg History and Government Club FLOYD, JFANNETTIZ ......... Topeka Y. VV. C. A.g Pi Alpha Mug Madrigaliang Symphonic Chorusg Wcn1en's Glee Clubg Omega Literary Societyg Wfinnetaskag History and Government Clubg Peggy Pedagog, 1958 Homecoming FORD, MARY FRANCES . . . Ulysses Alpha Sigma Alpha FOXVLER, VERNON RAY . . . . ljmjlorizl GARTI'IXVAITE, INIARY ....... Wifbilil Winnetaskag Latin Clubg History and Govern- ment Clubg Y. XV. C. A. GATES, RAYMOND IZDMOND . . . O.YI70rm' Mu Epsilon Nug Commerce Clubg Clubg History and Government Club Biology GAULT, MARGARET ....... Ricblnorlrl W'innetaskag Primary-Kindergarten Clubg Y. W. C. A. GILBERT, VVYNFORD GEORGE . C11'aVu'zlfL'I' History and Government Clubg Commerce Clubg Y. M. C. A. GII,I.li'l'TE, KATHRYN ......... fT0lIfX Pi Kappa Sigma, Pi Kappa Deltag Sigma Pi Sigmag Xi Phi: Student Council, Debate, Gilson Playersg Madrigaliansg Glee Clubg Sym- phonieg Latin Clubg Alice Freeman Palmerg Y. W. C. A. GLATT, ELIZABETH RUTH . . . Enfrrprixe Sphinx Club, XVinnetaskag Latin Clubg History and Gxvcrnment Clubg Y, VV. C. A. GLICK, PEARL GRACE ........ Blllllflfld Home Economies Club, Xvinnetaska GODDERZ, FRED MEYER ..... OSHKQK' Ciljf Art Clubg Biology Clubg Mu Epsilon Nug Y. M. C. A. GOLDSMITH, ANNE GRACE .... Emjmria Alpha Sigma Alphag Commerce Clubg Omega Literary Societyg Y. XV. C. A. GOODVVIN, FAITH ELLEN .... Mound Cily Sigma Sigma Sigma FERRIN, GORDON ........... Pri!!! French Clubg History and Government Club GRAY, GERTIE . .....,..... Tnwumltz Commerce Club, History and Government Clubg Y. NV. C. A. GRTFFITLT, GICRALDINE ....... ,. . Url Omega Literary Society, Treble Clef Club GROVES, QUENTIN D. , ..... BIIVIHIXHYIZC K Clubg Mu Epsilon Nu, History and Govern ment Clubg Latin Clubg Y. M. C. A. GRUNDY, HERMAN . . . . . PfL'llNl0lZf Commerce Club GUGLER, MERLE EDXVIN .... Wrzozfblllv Phi Sigma Epsilong Commerce Clubg Mathe matics Club, Latin Club HALDEMAN, MARY .... ' . . K!1lI.YtlX C115 Y. XV. C. A., Library Clubg German Club Orchestra HALE, MARC . . . . Salma Art Club HAMILTON. BERYL A ........ I.UlIgf07l History and Government Clubg Spanish Club Debateg Pi Kappa Deltag Phi Sigma Epsilon HANCOCK, GARNETT ..... Le Yiflgfllfl, U0 Collegiate Club Gault, Gilbert, Gillette, Glatt, Glick. Godderz Goldsmith. Goodwin, Gordon, Gray, Griffith, Groves Grundy. Gugler, Hnldeinan, Hale, Ilamilton. Hancock it 3- A an .f .. i YK T491 ,!z..,.,1, ,LJ sag, nl' H Z Eqk i' Haney, Hanson, Harper, Harper, Hasenbank, Haslouer Hawes, Hayes, Heide, Hellmer, Hensley, Hill Hines, Hobbs, Hogan, Houser, Howland, Hubbard J HANIZY, FLORENCE HHLIQN .... Parlriilgv Alpha Sigma Tau, Library Club, French Club HANSON, HUGH ........... N055 Cily Biology Club, Chemistry-Physics Club EIARPER, BARBARA ELLEN ..... lilllllllfitl Sigma Sigma Sigma, Art Club LIARPER, LEROY .......... Wfirbilzl K Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, History and Gov- ernment Club, Football PIASENBANK, LORA ADIZLINE .... Alina Alice Freeman Palmer, Y. W. C. A., Vfinne- taska, Latin Club, German Club, Library Club I-IASLOUER, AGNES LAVIZRNE . . . Aliifem' Alpha Sigma Tau, Glee Club, Symphonic Chorus, Chorus, German Club, Home Eco- nomies Club HAWES. .IUNIOR . . Kappa Sigma Epsilon . . Lurmwf I-IAYES, VIRGIL EDDIE ....... Gzlrfivlcl Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, History and Government Club HEIDE, PAUL G ............. Ilarlalz Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club, Y. M. C. A. l50l I-IELLNIER, NIARTHA FRANCES .... Ullrr' Primary-Kindergarten Club, Wannetaska, Col- legiate 4-H LIENSLEY, JUNIOR ......... Nltltlflflll Mu Epsilon Nu, Industrial Arts Club, Latin Club, Collegiate 4-H HILL, LOIS ELAINE ......... Buffalo Omega Literary Society, Library Club, History and Government Club, XVinnetaska HINES, FAYE LAURISSA ...... Ellljlorill Treble Clef, Symphonic Choir, Glcc Club, Band HOBBS, CORRINE .......... Tojwvkrz Delta Sigma Epsilon, Symphonic Chorus, Glee Club HOGAN, DARREL R ......,.. Hdlflflfflll Phi Delta Chi, Spanish Club, Commerce Club HOUSER, RALPH EDXVIN ....... Green Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club, Y. M. C. A., History and Government Club, Student Council HOWLANIT, PAUL LESLIE ...... Emjmriu History and Government Club, Industrial Arts Club, Mu Epsilon Nu HUBBARD, GEORGE LOUIS .... Gocfafiilaf Phi Delta Chi HUEBERT, ANNA ...,........ jN1'wl'0n Y. XV. C. A., Home Economies Club, Library Club IVES, MARION LUCILE ....... Emporia Y. W. C. A.g Delta Sigma Epsilon, Home Economics Club ILIXVELL, HELEN MAXINE . . Commerce Club, Winnetaska . . Peabody JOHNSON, CHARLES E ........ Nl'f1llfSlJE Phi Delta Chi, Band, Symphonic Choirg Glee Club JOHNSON, HAZEL FRANCES . . . Pomona Alpharhenian Literary Society, Xvinnetaskag Y. XV. C. A., Commerce Clubg History and Gov- ernment Club JOHNSON, LELAND E ....... ZVl'ld1Ut1,il2 Phi Mu Alphag College Band, Lee Johnson's Dance Orchestrag Spanish Club JONES, JEAN ELIZABETI-I ...... Ofluwa German Club, Chorus, Phi Alpha Nu, Omega KEARNS, GERALDINE ...... Marlzxrillc Pi Kappa Sigmag Commerce Clubg Y. W. C. A. KFIMIG, ELIZABETH MARIE .... Zwltfrl Primary-Kindergarten Club, Sigma Pi Sigmag Sphinx Literary Society, Delta Sigma Epsilon JUNIOR KELLER, PEARL INIARIE . . . . Elllflflfill Primary-Kindergarten Club KELLUM, FORREST ............ flmbo Phi Sigma Epsilon, Industrial Arts Club KEOUGH, MARGARET MARY . . Dodge Cily Commerce Club, History and Government Club KILLE, BETTY LOU .......... Altice Alpha Sigma Alpha, Bandg Orchestra, Wom- en's Glee Clubg Symphonic Choir KIMEL, MAURINE ......... CIt'HflL'llfFY History and Government Club, Home Ecu- nomics Club, Y. W. C. A. KING, LAXVRENCE WARREN .... 1lIf'll'r'rI1 French Clubg Intramural Council KINNAMON, VIRGIL MORRIS .... SJ'Il'id Mathematics Club, Chemistry-Physics Club KNOUSE, DOROTLIY LUCILLE . . . Elilllflffll Alphathenian Literary Society, History and Government Club, Home Economics Club, Y. NW. C. A. LACKEY, RUTHAGENE ........ Inman Sphinx, Library Club, Y. W. C. A. Huebert, Ives, Jewell, Johnson, Johnson, johnson jones, Kearns, Keimig, Keller, Kellum, Keough Kille, Kimel, King, Kinnamon, Knouse, Lackey E511 La Croix, Laird, Langvardt, Larsen, Lash, Litchfield Lochner, Loomis, Mt-Clcllan, Mcliarland, McGuire, McI'heron J U I 0 R lliller, hliller, Monson, Morgan, Morton, Murphy LACQROIX, VIRGINIA MAY . . . . Ifuirz'ii'u' Y, XV. C. A. LAIRD, LICSTICR .......... . iV1'c1zIixo11 Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda, Chemisti'y-Physics Club, Mathematics Club LANGVARDT, ARTHUR L. . Inrwliou Cily Latin Club, Collegiate 4-H LARSEN, IIARRY DEAN ....... Ni11'i11'1'i' Phi Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Club, History and Government Club, Induitrial Arts Club LASH, IRENE MAY ......... Srumliu Collegiate 4-H, XVinnetaska, Alice Freeman Palmer, Y. XV. C. A., Biology Club LITCI-IFIELD, LUCILE ......,., Errzllwriu Kappa Mu Lambda, Omega, Library Science Club LOCKNER, LOUISE HANNAH . . . linzfroriir LOOMIS, E. .IANE ........... EIIIIIUVAI Alpha. Sigma Alpha, History and Government Club: Commerce Club, Pan-Hellenic, Secre- tary-treasurer of -Iunior Class M'eCLELLAN, ,IO ,,.......... limjroriiz Delta Sigma Epsilon, Y. XV. C. A., Art Club I 52 I MCIJARLAND, ROBERT HAROLD . . Sl'l'l'l'j' Lambda Delta Lambda, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Xi Phi, .Iunior Class. president, Mu Iipsilon Nu, president, Chemistry-Physics Club, president, Yell King, Mathematics Club, German Club TXICGUIRIC, EDXIIIARD LAVVRIINCIZ . . Tuflefnl Biology Club MQPHERON, FRANCES LUCILIQ . . . Ivfllffflfl Library Club, I"IiSLory and Government Club MILLER, LKNA IIUTH ......... Callfuu Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pi Kappa Delta, Xi Phi, Pan-Hellenic Council, History and Govern- ment Club MILLER, PAUL ,........... , . JEIIITRKI Pi Kappa Delta, Lambda Delta Lambda, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Club, Collegiate 4-H, Commerce Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Chemistry- Physics Club, Debate MONSON, ALFRITIDA ....... Conrflumz' Commerce Club, Wannetaika MORGAN. ANNAISELLE ..... l'l1ilIij1xlu11'g Orchestra, Chorus, Mathematics Club, Y. VV. C. A. MORTON. ROBERT XVIZAVITR .... Sl'lL'J'i1' Mathematics Club, Y. M. C. A., Chemistry- physies Club, Mu Epsilon Nu MURPHY, RALPH CI'IARLlfS .ll'ri'Hy Pl'1lfI'fl' Band, Glee Club, Madrigalians, Mu Epsilon Nu, Symphonic Choir NEUDECK, LUCILE K .... .. . Kumar Cily Wiiinetaskag Sphinx, Library Club NEVVCOMER, IMOGENE ....... Enzporiu Delta Sigma Ifpsilong Art Club, History and Government Clubg French Club NEXVICLL, MARY EVELYN ...... Stafford Commerce Club, History and Government Clubg Y. VV. C. A. NIZWMAN, DOROTHY ELLEN . . . Chzznulv Sigma Sigma Sigma, Library Clubg Y. W. C. A. NEWTON, NOLA MARY .,.... Enzjmriu Alpha Sigma Alpha, presiclentg Primary-Kim Clergarten Club, French Club, Art Club NICHOLS, DARYL EDWIIN ..... Ellffkll Mu Epsilon Nug History and Government Club, Commerce Club, Latin Club, Mathc- matics Club NIENSTEDT, XVILMA ........ Hurfforil Sigma Sigma Sigmag Sigma Pi Sigma, Com- ,merce Clubg Chemistry-Physics Club OSBORNE, CLARA JANE ....... Ellffktl Alpha Sigma Alphag Home Economies Club OSTLUND, ZILLAH ........ lYl1l.S!JIlIgl0l1 Alice Freeman Palmcrg Y. W. C. A.g French Club, Latin Club JUNIOR PAGE, BLAIR STANLEY ....... Norton Kappa Sigma Epsilong Pi Kappa Delta PARRIS, FRED MAC ....... Burliuglorz Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Trackg Bulletin, Cona- mcrce Club, K Club PETERS, DOROTHY HELEN . . Valley Falls Winnetaskag Library Club, Y. XV. C. A. PETERSON, DELMONT RUSSELL . . Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club, Geogra- phy Club, History and Government Club, Tennis Team POINTER, BEULAH ...,.. . . Silwrzlulr' Wlinnetaslcag Commerce Club POTTER, TRIISIA JANE ....... Ilylllfiflxl XY'innetaskag Glee Club, Symphonic Choir PRATI-IER, ROY SEYMOUR ...... RFPCL' Glee Clubg Spanish Club, Industrial Arts Club, Mu Lpsilon Nu PYLE, HELEN MARIE . . .... Iirlzporizl Sigma Sigma Sigma, Cemmtree Club, Physical Education Club RAEI5, MARY AIANE ......, flrkuzixux Cify NVinnetaska, History and Government Club, Y. WI. C. A. Neudeek, Newcomer, Newell, Newman, Newton, Nichols Nienstedt, Osborne, Ostlund, Page, Parris, Peters Peterson, Pointer, Potter. Prather, Pyle, Raef X, ,V W gg 6 5, ML , G V ...... .. E :,E, 'mg N 5 KA gy IA 1. 'ai lk SB n .1- 'P :" N - 52 S.. 'H r fi. .--., 43, iigfwiu- il" . ISSJ -Q . X ak. f-A Ralstin, Randolph, Ramirez. Rapp, Rav, Reed me 5 Regier, Rehbcrg, Rcssel, Reynolds, Rhea, Rieck J U R Riggins, Rippetoe, Roberts, Rogers, Rosacker, Roundy RALSTIN, MARGARET ELEANOR . Wil'bi,Kl REYNOLDS, CHARLENE JOSEPHINE Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha: Y. VV. C. A. RANDOLPH, BETTY ...... Tulsa, Oklu, Primary-Kindergarten Club RAMIREZ, SOCORRO MARIA .... Emjlorizl Spanish Club, French Club, Art Club RAPP, I-IUBIZRT J .....,..... Nurentur Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Mathe- matics Club, Geography Club RAY, THELMA LOUISE .... Council Grove Delta Sigma Epsilon, Sphinx Club, History and Government Club, Y. NV. C. A., W, A. A. REED, CAROLINE GRACE ..... CKISSOIIII-Y Physical Education Club, Splash Club REGIER, RUIZBEN RAYMOND . . . HiII51701'0 Phi Mu Alpha, Mcn's Glee Club, Symphonic Choir, Orchestra, History and Government Club REHBERG, ARLONE ........ BL'lH1f1lXfUfI Rhythmic Circle, Omega Literary Society, German Club, Pi Alpha Nu, Chorus RESSEL, PAULINE ALPHA . . . . . Colony Winnetaska, Commerce Club E541 Collegiate Club, Spanish Club RHEA, MILDRED M ....... Yalex Cenlvr Sigma Sigma Sigma, Band, Rhythmic Circle, Sigma Pi Sigma, W. A. A., History and Gov- ernment Club, Physical Education Club RIECK, ALVIN F ............ Ramona Phi Sigma Epsilon, German Club, Chemistry- Physics Club RIGGINS, BILLY HARPER ..... . Sc' wry Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Mathematics Club, German Club RIPPETOE, INIABEL JEANNETTIE . . Winnetaska, Y. W. C. A. Wu3'siiIc ROBERTS, DONNA LOUISE .... Ncorfrslaa German Club, Commerce Club, Y. W. C. A. ROGERS, GWIZNDOLYN DANA . . ROSACKER, J. WARREN . . . . . ROUNDY, FRANCES EUDORA . . Home Economics Club, Spanish Club, Education Club, W. A. A., Y. W. C. C al if wel I Em po rin Waflacmz Physical A. RCTWLANDS, EDWIN REES .... '. Emllorifl Industrial Arts Clubg Mathematics Club RUNYON, PHYLLIS PIARRIET . . . Peabody Sphinx Clubg History and Government Club, Bandg Chorus RLISKIN, ROBERT EDWARD ...... Paola Lambda Delta Lambda, Chemistry-Physics Clubg Mathematics Club, German Clubg Mu Epsilon Nug Y. M. C. A. SCHOONOVIQR, S. ALIETA ...... TlJIJt'kd XWinnetaskag Physical Education Clubg Com- merce Clubg Sigma Pi Sigma SENTI, HAZEL PEARL .... Iurzflion City Home Economics Club, president, Alice Free- man Palmer, Y. VV. C. A. SHELLEY, FRED ............ QEIIIITOYIKI History and Government Clubg Mu Epsilon Nu: Y. M. C, A. SKINNER, BILL ARTHUR .... Hulrbinson Mu Epsilon Nu, French Clubg Chemistry- Physics Clubg K Club SLOUGH, MARY PAULINE ...... Quincy SMITHHEISLER, MERCEDES . . . Paxiro Commerce Clubg Spanish Club SOCOLOFSKY, JEAN ..... . .... Mul'irJl1 Winnetaskag Sphinx Club, Y. W. C. A.g Commerce Club SPRAGUE, E. LOUISE ........ XX'innetaskag Sphinxg French A. SPRECHIZR, ELDRED ..... j'111u'li01z Cify History and Government Club, Latin Club, Y. M. C. A. SPRINGEELDT, VIRGIL . . . . . . Lorraim' Sigma Tau Gammag Commerce Clubg Latin Clubg Bandg Orchestra STALLCUP, BILLY MERRITT .... Emjwarifz Spanish Clubg History and Government Club STARK, ARLENE ........... Euzjwria Pan-Hellenic, Sigma Sigma Sigmag Commerce Club, Home Economics Clubig Spanish Club STEAD, LUCILLE ........... Kfllglllllll Club, Y. W. C. Emporiu ' Q Omega Literary Societyg Latin Club, French lil SS it ei? I s 0 X v Sigma Sigma Sigma, Art Clubg Primary- Club? Spanish Club 0f I Kf"dC'gmC" Club STEELSMITH, MARY ALICE ..... Abilvm' f SMITH,' ROLAND CUSHMAN ..... Elkhart Yvinnetaskag Y. W. C. A., presidentg O e' ' Mu Epsilon Nug Art Clubg History and Gov- Literary Societyg Alice Freeman ernment Clubg Y, M. C. A. Chorusg Orchestrag Pi Alpha MJ' Rowlands, Runyon, Ruskin, Schoonover, Senti, Shelley - Skinner, Slough, Smith, Smithheisler, Socolofsky. Sprague r Sprecher, Springfeldt, Stnllcup, Stark, Stead, Steelsmith I -HQ' ISSJ 1-H-.. viii Sl I 'av Lg . 3 g I :FH X' H. ,Q I i ,f "'A 1 . Hr S T I - l V. 1 ' ii ,,'. 5.-:II l K K 1' f einweden, Tate, Taylor, Terrill, Thornburg, Tiemann , I , odd, Vance, Vanderhoff, Vanderwilt, Vassar, Vlcek ,FP X . Voigt, Warkentin, Warren, Warren, Watson, Watts . i lgs ST I el'-Vi' ROSE MARIE .... Alvhixon XIANDERWILT, MARGARET ETHEL Solommi QQ in Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Rhyth- Library Science Club YM i Circle, Alice Freeman Palmer, Physical 7 on ucation Club, Symphonic Chorus, VC'omen's VASSAR' VERA XIRGINIA - Pl'u"ff'f' 'RNS Glec Club P1 Kappa Sigma, president, Sigma P1 Sigma, Home Economics Club, Sorority Presiclent's TATE, DONALD J. . . . , B1-Ogio-1116 COUHCJ ix Cummcfcc Club VLCEK, DONALD HENRY . . . .. Holy,-Um! TAYLOR, RUTH ARTHA ...... Cburzulr Sigma Sigma Sigma, Library Club, Y. W. C. A. TERRILL, NANCY LOUISE ...... Ulyssm Alpha Sigma Alpha, Primary-Kindergarten Club TIIORNBURG, SUE GWINN ..... lflII!l0l'lll Alpha Sigma Alpha, Spanish Club TIEMANN, A. G .......... AY'kdlIXtIX Cify Phi Delta Chi, Symphonic Chorus, president, Band, Vice-President of Junior Class TODD, CHARLES O .......... Topeka Collegiate Club, Art Club, Y. M. C. A., History and Government Club, Mathematics Club VANCE, LEVVIS M. . . . . fjflff0IlM'0Ull Falls Latin Club VANDERHOFF, MAXINE ..... Nvorlvxha Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Art Club IS6l Mu Epsilon Nu, Mathematics Club, Chemistry- Physics Club VOIGT, LORENE ........... Toprfeu XVinnetaska, Primary-Kindergarten Club, W. A. A. XVARKENTIN, ANNA ELIZABETH . Hillsboro Omega Literary Society, Y. W. C. A. XVARREN, CALVIN CLINTON . . . Gurl1z'H Mu Epsilon Nu, Industrial Arts Club, Y. M. C. A. WARREN, HOYT ........... Garllvil Lambda Delta Lambda, Chemistry-Physics Club XVATSOINI, TFIERESA ......... Wil1fll'l1l Madrigalians, Orchestra, Symphonic Chorus, NVomcn's Glee Club, Omega Literary Society, Alice Freeman Palmer Literary Society, French Club, German Club WATTS, DOROTHY ELLENE . . Kansai Ci!-y Commerce Club, Alphathenian Literary Society, Wfinnetaska WHIZAT, THOMAS D .......... Angnxl.: XVILKINS, VIRGINIA ......... W'iufiu1il Plii Mu Alplaag Phi Sigma Ifpsilong llandg Symplusnic Clmirg xYYiI'lllCICiSk.lQ XVun1un's Glcu Symphonic Choir: Men's Glue Club Club XVHlNI3:RY, ROW H ......... M., W15.5g,g12i5,,P1gi1H1Ef.'..'.' ' ' ' C"fff3"'H' Kappa Sigma Epsilung Clacmistry-Physics Clubg 'C 'l Biology Club XY'lLSON, ,IANET ........ M'i'r1ii'l7lc' Lmlgi' Pi Kappa Sigma: Omega Literary Sucictyg Y. XVILCLI, KYLE LEONARD ....., Rirfllrzml NW. C. A.: Pan Hellcnicg History and Govern- Marlwnmrics Clubg Latin Clubg Y. M. C. A. ment Clubg XVun1en's Glcc Clubg Symphonic Choir A-IITMEIS 51' pdf .jtLj13lC?'fff'1 XVOOLPIQRT, MARIAN ......... Top.-La H 'Ann 'Psion' i ui' Mmm 5- UML lircncli Clulag W"innctaskag Y. XV. C. A. Club XVORRIQLL, VIZRNELLF .,...... fllfbimu NY'II.KlfRSON, IOHN . . . . Olniln' Alpha Sigma Alplmag Art Club: Y. XV. C. A. Wlmcat, Xliliincry, Wfilcli, W'ilcox, w'ilkCYS4lI1 XY'illxin5, XYvllliJlTI9, Xlfilsirn. Nvuulpurt, Xvurrull lS7l Socializing at a departmental club meet- ing is considered as important as discussing the problems of the world today. These members are concentrating their efforts on Winning a prize in a bingo game .... Jamming the doors of the Granada, the students eagerly await the free movie. These movie convocations are made possible by the student activity fund. S8 RUTH GILKISON BOB BUZZARD PROMINENT SOPHOMORES Execlling in her neat and pleasing manner, Ruth Gilkison's admirers voted her as a popular sophomore. .. . Handsome and dcbonaire, Bob Buzzard is one of the better dressed males seen about the campus. I F2591 T Alexander, Allen, Allen Altwegg Andrews Anderson Ashbaugh, Aubuchon, Avery, Bacihmann, Baehr, Baker S 0 P H O M O R E Baker, Barnes, Bnrnthson, Bear, Beichley, Bennett ALEXANDER, BETTY JEAN Delta Sigma Epsilon AXLLEN, JOSlfPLllNE .... W'innetaska, French Club . Ifmjwria . . Ma rio II ALLEN, ROBERT .......... Blzrlingame Phi Sigma Epsilon, Chemistry-Physics Club, German Club ALTXVEGG, BETH LOUISE . . . IIHIFHOII Cify XYHIHYICIIKSRLIQ Cczmmerce Club, Collegiate 4-H ANDREWS, HELEN . . ANDERSON, ROBERT .... . . Offnuu . Iimjrorin Mu Epsilon Nu, Basketball, Y. M. C. A. ASHBAUGH, VIRGINIA LEE Delta Sigma Epsilcn, Splash Education Club AUBUCHON, AIULIAN . . . Phi Mu Alpha, Band AVERY, ALICE LUCILLE . . . . . . . Newfon Club, Physical . Iimjmoria . Lyons Commerce Club, History and Government Club, Y. NY. C. A. l60l BACI-IMANN, BETTY .IEANNE . . . IVlt'M'f0Il Sigma Sigma Sigma, Madrignlinnsg Symphonic Chorus, Pi Alpha Nu, Orchestra, Band, Glee Club BAEHR, RUTH SUZANNE . . . . Nvzrlorz Wiriiietnskag Y. W. C. A. BAKER, BERNICE ..... . .... Overbrook XVinnetaska, Primary-Kindergarten Club BAKER, LlLLlAN ........... CaMlL'1'1l Alphathenian Literary Society, History and Government Club, Y. W. C. A. BARNES, LEVI A ............ Enllmriu Band, Orchestra BARNTLISON, MARY ........ Hidu'ufbu W'innctaska, History and Government Club, Commerce Club, Y. W. C. A. BEAR, PAULINE ............. Abilene History and Government Club, Omega Literary Club, Collegiate 4-H, Y. NW. C. A. BEICHLEY, LAURA ........ Mi11r1z'u11olis Winnetaska, Alphathcnian Literary Society, Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. W. C. A. BENNETT, RALPH .......... Enzjwriiz Phi Sigma Epsilon, K Club, Football BENSON, KlUNlf VLHELNTA ...... Elllilllfffl XVinnetaskag Primary-Kindergarten Club BURNETT, ELDON .......... and Government Club BODINIC, LEOTA . . . . BZIVITVIXIIIIIL' Xvinnctiwka BURT, I-IILA BETH . . Alpha Sigma Alpha BOON, CAROL ELLEN ......... Yvllllfktl BUSH, ROBERTA ........... Wfinnetaskag Primary-Kindergarten Club Education Club. BORNSCHETN, FREDA ........ ,E1IX1L'orlfJ Sigma Sigma Sigmag Omega Literary Societyg Secretary-treasurer of Sophomore class BUXTON, BURGA ATAE . . . Spanish Club BRENNIQR, ORDELLA ........ Bzmlifk Wfinnet Chorus BROYVN, Biology Y. XV. askzig ELIZABETH ........ Guylorri Club, History and Government Clubg C. A. BUZZARD, ROBERT ........ Primary-Kindergarten Clubg Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sunflower Staffg . I'IOIf0ll Sigma Tau Gamma: Commerce Clubg History . Ifurefw Douglass Physical Emporia Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Geography Club CADXVALLADFR, VIVIA ........ Corbin XV. C. A. ISROWN. ROBERT E, ......... Wivbifa iv f ' ' A Y d Phi S Govern gma Lpsilcn, R Club, History an ment Club, Basketballg Track Gm ernment Club Alice Freeman Palmer, Rhythmic Circle, Home Ecemmics Clubg Chemistry-Physics Clubg Y. CASE, MILDRIQD LOUISE ....... fllrbixml NY'innetaskag Collegiate 4-H, History and BROVVN, ROBERTA HAZEL . . . . wltl7lIl'g0 CI-HIIDS, LAURA , , , , . . Ilrrifiglorz SPhinx Club NX innetaskaq Orchestra BUDD, OTHIQLLO J ........ Halls Sllllllllif CHURCH. VVINFREU - - - ---- DiKbf0f1 Mu Epsilon Nug Latin Clubg Basketball Benson, Bodine, Boon. Bornschein, Brenner, Brown .A W- S 0 P H 0 M O R E Brown, Brown, Biidd, Burnett, Burt, Bush Nam Qf,,4...A .11 Buxton, Buzzard, Cadwallader, Case, Childs, Church Phi Delta Chig Track, Commerce Club tra ,gl 1 l61l Clcvenger, Chubb, Coffman, Collins, Cooper, Cotton Cowen, Crawford, Crist, Crumrine, Cummings, Curry S 0 P H O M 0 R E Dabbs, Davis, Davison, Day, Day, Decker CLFVENGFR, MARJORIF . . . . KiIlg.Yl,!IlL'II junior Dance Group, Home lfconemics Club CHUBB, DOROTHY .......... ,Topeka Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. W. C. A. COFFMAN, FLOYD HURST . . COLLTNS, MARGARET ..... Glec Club, Symphonic Chorus COOPER, DOROTHY ..... Biology Club, Home Economics Dance Groupg Y. W. C. A. . . Overbrook . . Ifmlmria . . Curboffzfale Clubg Junior CO'fTON, DOROTPIY ........ Sl. ,Ubll Pi Kappa Sigma, Alice Freeman Palmer, Com- merce Club COXVEN, ROSEZETTA ..... Primary-Kindergarten Club CRAWFORD, JOE R. . . . . Sigma Tau Gamma CRIST, ALBERT H ........ . . Emjloria . Dudgm' City . . . . Tampa Sigma Tau Gammag Spanish Clubg Commerce Club T621 CRUlXlRlNF, HILNTER .......... Rose Mu Epsilon Nu, Chemistry-Physics Club, Mathematics Clubg Y. M. C. A. CUMMINGS, CATI-lERlNlf . . . . . TVOIWIQKI Commerce Club, Y. W. C. A. CURRY, HlfI.lfN ...... . . 1.fHl170ria Home Economics Club DABBS, DOROTHY .......... Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Home Economics Club, Art Clubg History and Government Club DAVIS, WILLIAM ....... . . Clay Cwlfvr' Phi Delta Chi, Bandg Chorus DAVISON, GLENN . . . . Norton Kappa Sigma Epsilon DAY, ELl.lS M .... , . ........ Bc'IlUl'ill6 Phi Sigma Iipsilong Industrial Arts Club DAY, ROGER .............. Wzwvrly Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Clubg Y. M, C. A. DIZCKER, CARTHA ......... Bllrr Oak Alpha Sigma Alpha, Band, Primary-Kinder garten Club, Y. W. C. A. IDIZRDIIN, ELIHANOR .......... Affirzl Orchcstrag Y. XV. C. A.g Alice Freeman Pal- merg Band Twirlerg W'emen's Glee Clubg Chorus DEVORIQ, ISLLIS . . . . Mailixnfz Sigma Tau Gamma DOILIZ, CALVIN .... ..... I fU1I7Ul'irl Mu Ifpsilon Nug .Commerce Clubg Spanish Clubg Collegiate 4-H DONNFLLY, EARL ............ Elmo Biology Clubg Industrial Arts Clubg Mu Iipsilon Nug Agriculture Club DOOLIZY, JEAN ............ Nr'u'lu11 Omega Literary Soeietyg Primary-Kindergarten Club DOUGLASS, IIACQUIQLYN . . . . Bnrlillglrm DOUTIIIT, EDITH ........ Sf. Fralzrix Alpha Sigma Taug Alplizltlienian Literary So- cieryg Y. VV. C. A. DOXVNS, TED .............. ,Emjvoria Traclsg Dramnticsg Mu Epsilon Nug Biology Clubg History and Government Clubg President of Sophomore class DRESSLER, NOLAN ............ Ll-110 Mu Epsilon Nug Chemistry-Physics Club DUNN, ICTHYL . . . . Clay Cl'Ilft'l' Geography Club IQAKIN, IVIAY ........ l541l'1'l1'Xl'iH1', Oklu. Winiietiiskgig Primary-Kindergnrten Clubg Y. wi . C. A. ICLLIS, JACK ...... ....... 1 I.if1rr'r1I Phi Delta Chi: Commerce Clubg History and Government Club ICMERY, CURTIS RAY ........ flbilvfli' History and Government Club: Commerce Club: Y. M. C. A.g Phi Sigma Iipsilong Mathe- matics Club IQINIRICIVI, RUTII IRIfNIf ...... IIfI1Il!H1i'r!Ir' Home Ifeonomics Clubg Y. VV. C. A. ICNGLIQR, NADINIY .......... Clmjrvfzinl Sigma Sigma Signing Primary-Kindergarten Club ICVFRFTT, DAN KIYNISON . . . . Ifflljworiil Kappa Sigma Iipsilon IIRICKSGN, IILDIQN ...... . . Com'or1lia French Club: History and Government Clubg German Clubg Y. M. C. A. ICSSICK, MARY FAY .... . Ifulrlilftrl W'innct:1ska Derden, Devore, Doile, Donnelly, Dooley, Douglass S O P H 0 M 0 R E Douthit, Downs, Dressler, Dunn, Iinkin, Fllis Iimery, Ifmrieh, Iingler, Iiverett, Ifrickson, Ifssiek can I63l , 19. JU' ff! 'N' JRE Eubank, Evans, Ewbank, Fankhauscr, Farnham, Faulkner Finnerty, Fishburn, Fitzwater, Fleming, Fowler, Fowler S 0 P H 0 M 0 R E Freeman, Fulrs, Gallea, Galloway, Garton, Gatz EUBANK, HORACE W. . . . . . . Conf.: Sigma Tau Gamma, French Club, Men's Glee Club EVANS, ,IOSEPHINE ........ Wllibfllgfllll Madrigalians, Symphonic choir, Alphathcnian Literary Society, Orchestra, Glee Club, Y. W. C. A. EXVBANK, Wll,LlAM L. . Sigma Tau Gamma . . EIII porin FANKHAUSER, WILLIS S ........ Manlixnu Latin Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Club FARNHAM, JULIA ., FAULKNER, FRANK . . . . Chemistry-Physics . . Hopi' . . . . . . Sz'z'c'ry Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda, Mathematics Club, Chemistry-Physics Club, German Club FINNERTY, IIUSEPI-I L. .... . . Harfforil Latin Club, History and Government Club FISHBURN, TXVILA , . . . PILHTII Y. XV. C. A. FITZXVATER, EVFRETT ........ Solomon Commerce Club, Latin Club, Mathematics Club, Y. M. C. A. i641 l:l.lfMlNG, DORIS . . . Piper Delta Sigma Epsilon FOWLER, FLOYD ............ Eureka Basketball, Commerce Club, Spanish Club, Mu Epsilfln Nu, Y, Al. C. A. FOXVLER, JUNE . . . . . Lucas Alice Freeman Palmer FREEMAN, ESTHER .... . . . . Alm'riz'11x Alice Freeman Palmer, Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. NW. C. A. FULTS, BETTY LOU ........ Kanxui Cily Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Splash Club, Physical Education Club, Vice President of Sophomore class GALLEA, ROY . . . .... . . Nvoilvxbu Phi Delta Chi, Band, Chorus GALLOWAY, ETHEL ........ Iulwxloufrz Primary-Kindergarten Club, Band, Y. W. C. A. GARTON, DALE ............. INl0l'Il0ll Latin Club, Chemistry-Physics Club GATZ, EVELYN ............. Nvzulrilz Pi Kappa Sigma, Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. NW. C. A. GAULT, VIRGINIA .......... Rirlmzoml GUYOT, OVA SYLVIA ........ DOIlxId.V.Y Physical Education Club, Y. XV. C. A., VV. W'innetaskg1g Primary-Kindergarten Clubg Y. A. A. XV. C. A. GEBHAIQT, UORQUTLIY . . . . G!'1'1'II HAAG, MILIJRED M. .... ..... C Jlln' Latin Club Winiietaskag History and Government Club GILKISOFI, RUTH HELEN ....... Ldrllvif Pi Kappa Sigma, Chemistry-Physics Club, Collegiate 4-Hg Home Economies Clubg Y. W. C. A. I-IAASIS, M. DEAN ..... ...... M IIYIIHI Sigma Tau Gammag Cixmmerce Clubg History and Government Club GOOCH' JOSEPH XV. b . l l Mi,,m,ul,01i5 HABECKER, NORMA H ........ E71fl'l'1H'f.H' phi Sigma Epsilon Bandg Commerce Clubg Biology Clubg German Club GOODRUM, BARBARA Llili . . . . Roxxrifll' XY'innctaska HAI-IN, PAUL LEROY . . . . Emjmriu Mu Epsilon Nu GRADY, RUTH LEE ......... Allumouf 1,rinmry-Kindergarten Club: Y. W. C- A- HAKES, MARY ELIZABETH . . . . . clyilf Mathematics Clubg Y. W. C. A. GRAY, MRS. A. B. ......... Burliuglon Latin Clubg Home Ecom mics Club HALBERT, RUTH . . . Sbuuuve GREEN, DORIS CECILIA ........ Loring Y ,V Y T A I, Collegiate 4-Hg Georgraphy Club: Mathematics HAMMIZRI xx Allklih ' ' ' ' 11"'f""'f' Clubg W'innetaskag Agriculture Club KQPPQ Sigma Izpslon GRIGSBY, XVAVA EULA ........ Allin: HANNAH, ARCHIE .... .... O xfwlooxu Collegiate 4-H: Geography Clubg Mathematics Phi Sigma Epsilong Ecotballg K Clubg Latin Clubg Y. VV. C. A. Clubg Industrial Arts Club Gaulr, Gebhardt, Gilkison, Gooch, Goodrum, Grady S 0 P H 0 0 R E Gray, Green, Grigsby, Guyot, Haag, Haasis Habecker, Hahn, Hakes, Halbert, Ilammer, Hannah I6Sl 'T lg Harman, Harris, Harrison, Hartscll, Hassard, Hawbecker 1 Hendry, Hickey, Hiebert, Hill, Hinshaw, Hinshaw S P H M O R If, Hoarcl, Hollister, Howard, Hull, Hunsaker, Irwin HARMAN, CARROLL LEE ...... Afcbixon Alpha Sigma Alphag Pan Hellenic Council HARRIS, M. JUANITA . . . Emporia Physical Education Club HARRISON, BURTON ,....... I.tlll'l'!'l7CL' History and Government Clubg Y, M. C. A. HARTSELL, LAVETA . . Alpha Sigma Tau . . Prcxlo 71 HASSARD, GEORGE .,...... Cwlul' VLIIL' Phi Delta chi. Bandg Orchcstrag Glce Clubg Symphonic Chorusg Phi Mu Alpha HAXVBECKER, MAURINE . . . .... Marion Winnetaskag Bandg Glce Clubg Symphonic Choirg Chorus HENDRY, HIQLEN NIARIE ....... All'1L'f0l1 Delta Sigma Epsilong Symphonic Choirg Wcmci1's Glee Clubg Splash Clubg Y. XV. C. A. HICKEY, JERRY NI. . . . . Ruxwll i HIEBERT, XVOODROXY' .... .... IX lczulou Phi Sigma llpsilong Track: German Clubg Collegiate 4-Hg Biology Club l66l HILL, LOREN E. ...... .... . . Foulvr Commerce Clubg Mathematics Clubg Mu Epsilon Nug Biology Club l'llNSHAXV, BETTY ....... Nlt'1IiL'ilIz' Lmfgi Pi Kappa Sigmag Splash Clubg Spanish Clubg Home Economics Clubg Y. XV. C. A. HINSHANV, MABEL . . . . . . . . Huii'biu.irm Wiiirietgmskag History and Government Club HOARD, ELBERTA LOU ....... Anthony Sigma Sigma Sigmag Commerce Club HOLLISTER, EDXVARD ........ ljn1Lboi'iu Kappa Sigma Epsilong Yell Kingg Track HOXVAR D, JEANNE . W'innetaskag Y, VV. C. Col lcgiatc 4-H HULL, CLARA BELL . . Y. XV. C. A. HUNSAKFR, VE KAY . . Delta Sigma Epsilong Club IRXVIN, PAUL L. . Phi Delta Chi . . . . . , Alfbixolz A.g Geography Clubg . . . Gi'm'xi'0 . . . . . Amrrivizx Prima ry-Kindergarten . . Lila' ral KIAGOIC, VVILLIAM ...... Los A11gc'10s, Calif. History and Government Clubg Spanish Clubg Mu Epsilon Nu -IAMES, lXlARlAN B. .......... Mz'l'rizI1rl Pi Kappa Sigma, Physical Education Clubg Splash Club, Junior Dance QIOPINSNIEYER, PHYLLIS . . . . . . Trlllvkcl Commerce Clubg Y. W. C. A. JOHNSON, EARL HUBERT ..... Sublrlfe Mu Epsilon Nug Spanish Clubg Industrial Arts Club JONES DWTGHT .... Phi Delta Chi. Band JONES, NEDRA ....... -IONES, NORlNlON IZRNEST Phi Sigma Epsilon JONES, XVINIFRED . . Alpha Sigma Alpha JULIAN, DONALD ..... Phi Sigma Epsilon, Football SOPHOMORE For! . . . Cunvy . . Emporia Smilb, Ark. . . Emporia . . Molina KADEL, RUTH MARGARET . . . XVinnctaska KFNTON, XVESLFY ORVILLE . . Agriculture Clubg History and Club KESSE, CHARLES HENRY . . . Sigma Tau Gamma KIMBERLIN, JIM ......... . Srofls villa' . . .Buxcbor Government . . AfL'bfX!1Il . . .-Wfinfivlil Footballg Industrial Arts Clubg Spanish Club KINLUND, MAXINE .... . . .... AXhl0ll Geography Clubg Primary-Kindergarten Club KLlflN, CARMEN . NVinnetaslca . . Madison KLOTZ, THELMA . . . ..... . . . Emporia Xvinnetaskag Biology Clubg Chemistry-Physics Club KOCHER, Nl. ALLENE . . Alpha Sigma Tau . . . Couls KOHLER, LOTS ..........., Elli!l1L'U01f Commerce Club, Y. YV. C. A. Jagoe, James, Johnsmeyer, johnson, Jones, Jones - V jones, Jones, Julian, Kadcl, Kenton, Kessc Kimberlin, Kinlund, Klein, Klutz, Kocher, Kohler fllrl xt. 4 4' 'Pg J rein. X'-,Ci , W Kramer, Kramer, Ladwig, Lash, Leiser, Lcroux Lilley, Long, Louis, Love, Lusk, Lyon SOPHOMORE McKenzie, McMillan, Maloney, Marriott, Masters, Masters KRAATER, AMOS ........... iWz1l'qln'Il1' Mu Epsilon Nug Y. M. C. A. KRAMER, DOROTHY ...... . . Melivrrz LADNWIG, CHARLES THOMAS . . . Brllerillc Phi Delta Chi LASH, MAXINF . .......... Clllminglmnz XVinnetaskag Gcorgrxiphy Club, History and Government Club LEISER, MARGERY . . . . MIIIITXIIII Spanish Club LEROUX, NTFRL ALFRED . . . . Pl'1'xlf1r1 Sigma Tau Gammag Band LILLFY, LIDA ROSE ......... Piflllllflllf History and Government Club, Collegiate 4-Hg Y. XV. C. A. LONG, ICLPANOR MAE ...... . Oivrlirook Primary-Kindcrgartcn Club: XVinnetaska LOUIS, MARY LOUISE ........ Elllllllfitl Sigma Sigma Sigma, Physical Education Clubg Sigma Pi Sigmag Junior Dance Group l68l LOVI-Q, ORVll,l.Ii ......... Nvmfm Raljriils Agriculture Clubg Mu Epsilon Nu, Clomniercc Club LUSK, MABIiL BERNICE ,.,.... . Wirbilu XY'innctaskag Primary-Kindergarten Club. LYON, IONIQ . .. IilLI7lIjl'L' Winiietaska MCKICNZIE, ALICE . . . EIH'1'k1l XVinnctaska MCMILLAN, RALPH ........ llulrbillwll Phi Sigma lfpsilong Football MALONEY, LORFTTA ....... Kulmzx Cily Pi Kappa Sigmag Physical Iiducntion Clubg History and Government Club NIARRIOTT, IQLEANOR ......... ElUAK'kll Primary-Kindergarten Club, Biology Clubg Y. XV. C. A. NTASTHRS, DORIS .,.... , . 1l1ll'l't'j'l'fllL' W'innetnsk:ig Y. NV. C. A. MASTIQRS, DOROTHY . . . . . .I1zIl'l'z'j'1'iN1' W'innctaskng Y. XV. C. A. MATHEWYS, MADELINE . . . Beverly Vfinnetglskag Y. W. C. A. MAZE, MARION ...... ....... C awry Band, Phi Delta Cliig Lee ,Iohnson's Orchestra MIZARS, BETTY .... .... .... W i Ubi!!! Delta Sigma Epsilon, Primary-Kindergarten Clubg Sigma Pi Sigmag Student Council MIZIIZRHOFF, CECIL E. ........ I:l0l'f'lll'f' Phi Sigma Epsilong History and Government Club INIEISINGER, PRED EDGAR ...... MHVIOII Phi Sigma Epsilon, Student Councilg Footballg Commerce Club, History and Government Club METZLER, MARION .... . Vfinnetnskag Y. XV. C. A. MILLER, LUCILE ....... . Cnrl1o11n'r11r' . . . Corning W'innetnskag Alice Ifreeman Palmer MILLER, NIAXINE ...... Winnetglskag Y. NV. C. A. MINGLIE, WINIIJRFD NADINE S 0 P H 0 M O R E . . Roxxzilla' , . A7lfh0IIj' MOORE, BETTY ............ Emporia Alpha Sigma Alphag Sigma Pi Sigmag Y. WI. C. A. MOORE, NORA MAY ........ Miuueala Alphathenian Literary Societyg Art Clubg Y. W. C. A. MOORE, RUTH ............ AIIIZIOIIJI Sigma Sigma Sigmag Commerce Clubg junior Dance Group IVIOUSE, VIRGINIA INIARIE . . . . EIIIIIOVIII Delta Sigma Epsilon MUSSETT, ALMA JANE ........ B1ISc'b01' Agriculture Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Primary- Kindergarten Club NASH, JOHN ............... Green German Club, History and Government Club NASH, LEONARD ........... Emporia Art Club, presidentg Phi Sigma Epsilon, History and Government Club NELSON, JOHNNY ........... Emporia Sigma Tau Gammag Commerce Club NIZWMAN, CLYDE ........ .Al'lZ4H1X4lX Cify Phi Delta Chi: Bandg Orchestrag Lee xIohnson's Orchestra Mathews, Male, Mears, Meierhoff, Meisinger, Metller Miller, Miller, Mingle, Moore, Moore, Moore Mouse, Mussett, Nash, Nash, Nelson, Newman you ,' ,Z 4' . I E691 li.- Norvell, Ovenberger, Page, Parks, Parks, Patterson Penner, Petcfish, Peters, Pray, Price, Puttroff, Ramsey, Ray, Read, Rescl NORVIZLL, RUTH ........... Gnrm-fl XY'innetaska, Primary-Kindergarten Club, Band, Y. XV. C. A. OZENBERGIZR, ROMA JUNE . . . . linreku Alpha Sigma Alpha PAGIZ, CiRIfN VALE ........... Norfoil I Kappa Sigma Epsilon, llii Mu Alpha, Band, Orchestra, Glee Club PARKS, PAUL HOWARIJ . . . . Iillfflltl Sigma Tau Gamma PARKS, VELMA . ..,...... Tll1.N'tl, OHM. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Geography Club PATTERSON, BIZVIQRLY .... lllllfiirm Cily Delta Sigma Epsilon, Y. XV. C. A., Commerce Club, -Iunior Dance Group, Home Economics Club PIYNNIQR, BIQRTHA ......... Hllf1'!If7lX!JlI History and Government Club, W'innet:iska, German Club PETICITISH, CLARA .......... Rirbluml Geography Club, Agriculture Club PIi'I'I'1RS, EUGI2Nl'l ,.... ...... 1 inzjmria Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club I 70 l IPIQST SOPHOMORE PRAY, MILDRED ...,......... Maize Delta Sigma Ifpsilon, Band, Y. XV. C. A. PRICE, VIRGINIA M. ........, Olluwu Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, junior Dance Group, Physical Ifducation Club PROSSIQR, QUHNTIN . ..... .... . Perry Industrial Arts Club, History and Government Club PUTTROIJF, ALICI2 .IEXVEL Splash Club, Y. XV. C. A. . . . . IV1'IL'fU7I RAIVISIZY, DIARY LOUISE Primary-Kindergarten Club . . . . Topeka! RAY, MARY IRENIE .... Primary-Kindergarten Club, . . . . . . 1'i'11I10Jy W'innetaska, Y. W. C A. READ, MARVYL ....... ClJfffJ7lIl'0IJAl Falls W'innetaska, Commerce Club RITSCH, ROBICRT . . . . . Iinllwria Phi Sigma Ifpsilun R ICF, GENE ....... ....... If uzjmriu Kappa Sigma Ifpsilon, Pi Kappa Delta RICHTER, ALTA MAE ....... Ramfoljzb Y. W. C. A.g Glee Clubg History and Govern- ment Club RIMA, JERRY NEl,SON Kappa Sigma Epsilon, L Club RINET-TART, ETTTEL . . Wfinnctaska RINEHART, RUTH . . Y. XV. C. A. RISSLER, KENNETH . Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce C phy Club ROS ALI-fS, JOE THEODORE .... . . . Norton atin Clubg Commerce Sanfb IILIITII Srmib Ilawn . .. Exkridgr' lubg Geogra- Sfrong Cify Spanish Club, Mu Epsilon Nug Y. M. C. A. ROBERSON, EULAH ...... Muffiflil Green Biology Clubg Geography Club ROBERTS, HARRY' ORVILL ..... Ilallwlfllfl' Mu Epsilon Nug Government Club RONWLANDS, HUBERT ........ Iimporiu RUFF, EUGENE ELROY . . . . Russell RUSSELL, MARGARET . . . . . Gflllltl Springs W'innetaska RYAN, THEA . . . Wellingtmz Wfinnctaska ST. BONNET'T, EIUITH ......... GL'l1l'M'0 Biology Clubg Primary-Kindergarten Club SANDIQRSON, LEROY .... .... I lzllllilloll Phi Delta Chi, Mathematics Club SAN ROMANI, EGIDEO ....... Iirorzfvrmc Industrial Arts Club, Mu Epsilon Nu SEDWICK, JOHN ...... ..... E mlrorio Chemistry-Physics Club, Mu Epsilon Nug Mathematics Club SEEFELD, TWVTLAH ....... CbiI01'1'0, Ofclu. Mathematics Club, Chemistry-Physics Clubg Y. NW. C. A. Y. M. C. A.: History and Government Club, SELIG, RALPH ...... ........ O Iirvl Debateg Mu Epsilon Nu, Latin Club Mathematics Clubg Mu Epsilon Nu Richter, Rima, Rinehart, Rinehart, Rissler, Rosalcs S 0 P H 0 M 0 R E Roberson, Roberts, Rowlands, Ruff, Russell, Ryan St. Bennett, Sanderson, San Romani, Sedwick, Seefeld, Selig Ty E711 if fran Q "!5F""'5U Severns, Shearer, Shepherd, Shepherd, Short, Slmll Shupe, Shupe, Siekles, Simmons, Sisso Slend, Smart, Smith, Smith, Smith, SEVERNS, EUNICE . . . . Rirlmzoml Y. VV. C. A. SHEARIIQR, LAXVRIINCIZ M. . . . . . Elllflllfixl SHEPHERD, EDITH MAY ....... lfmfloriu Chorus, Glee Club, Sigma Pi Sigma . . New York, FN. Y. 7 SHEPHERD, LOUIS . . SHORT, HELEN MARII-I . .... . ndergarten Club . Ifuzfforiu XVinnetaska, Primary-Ki . . Enrelzu SITULT., NIARY hIAY . Alpha Sigma Alpha SHUPIZ, ICDMUN lil ..... ...... I fill 1702711 History and Government Club, Commerce Club SHUPII. IQLDON I2 .............. I'i0l'iI Phi Sigma Epsilon, Band, Football SICKLICS, NIARGARET . . . . Virgil Delta Sigma Epsilon I 72 1 'gnfiljlfff S O P H 0 M O R E SIMMONS, MILTON ..... . . Elllllllfill Y. M. C. A., Mu Epsilon Nu SISSON, MARY ....... .... I ItlVlt'j'l'iIIt' Iirench Club, History and Government Club SLATOR, VIOLI-IT . . . Alfa Vixla Cvmmerce Club SLIZAD, FRANK ......... Nwoxbo Kulriilx Y. M. C. A., Agriculture Club, Chemistry- Physics Club, Commerce Club SMART, MIZLVIN ARTHUR . . . . Alrbixozz SMITH, ALLEN ....... . . lflllfllilftl Phi Sigma Epsilon, Football SMITH, ELGEVA I.. ........ Gl't'1'lI.Yl7lIl'g W'innet.1sk.1, Band, Chorus, History and Gov- ernment Club, Y. W. C. A. SMITEI, MAXINIC YVONNE .... Nfirllliulfwlix Spanish Club, Y. XV. C. A., Primary-Kinder garten Club SMITH, C. VUAYNE . . . . Wl1Al7i!l,Qf0lZ Phi Delta Chi SNODGRASS, VERA .......... Grwlolu Pi Kappa Sigmag History and Government Clubg Collegiate 4-Hg Primary-Kindergarten Clubg Y. W. C. A. SNYDER, PARKE ........... Pr'oli'i'li0u Sigma Tau Gammag Commerce Club STEVER, ERNESTINE . . . . Ijfzrufxfz Y. XV. C. A. STEXVART, JANE MARIE ...... CIlIAlll'zlfL'l' Pi Kappa Sigmag Primary-Kindergarten Clubg Rhythmic Circleg Sigma Pi Sigma SPENCER, MARY ELIZABETH . . . Cofii-anim STFWARD MARYBFTH A U E,,,l,0,.,,, Primary-Kindergarten Club? Y. XV. C. A. i wr. C'iA.g Spanigh Clllb i i i SPICER, OPAL MAE ........... StllL'yl'l' Geography Club, History and Government STRICKLIN, GARLAND DALE ..,. Wfirbihz Club? Y' Wi- C- A- Phi Sigma Epsilon 'PRAGUE ' . LE . . . . ' , . 5 ' NORMAN O P"'lbf"'f"' SWOPE, ,IANE LEE . . . . Emporia K Club STECKEL, GRACE PEARLE ...... Qllillfj' Home Economics Clubg Y. VV. C. A., History and Government Club, Collegiate 4-Hg Chorus, W'innetaskag Chemistry-Physics Club STIQLLE, ,IACKQUELIZAN EVA . . . Riflllzlllill Collegiate 4-H, W'innetaskag Primary-Kinder- garten Club STEGNlANN, NVILBUR ......... IJIIKYIIVI Madrigalians, Glee Club, Symphonic Chorus, Y. Ari. C. A. French Club SYMNS, ANNA ............. Bemlmra XVinnetaskag History and Government Clubg Collegiate 4-Hg Y. NV. C. A. TAGGART, JOSEPHINE ........ TOM., Sigma Sigma Sigma, Physical Education Clubg Sigma Pi Sigma TANNER, CORA ELIZABETII . . . Bluff fiffj TAYLOR, ANN . . . . . Wfilliflglolz STENZEL, LENORE ...... . . Marion Sphinx Clubg Latin Club Alpha Sigma Alpha Snodgrass, Snyder, Spencer, Spicer, Sprague, Steckel S 0 P H 0 O R E Steele, Stegmann, Stenzel, Stever, Stewart, Steward Stricklin, Swope, Symns, Taggart, Tanner, Taylor 'X my E 5 , a i731 . YQ 's ' ..,,, ' ff-P' AM- gs' N... P 1 Tholen, Thomas, Tribblc, Tubbs, Turner, Vautruvcrs Vincent, Wahl, Whlker, Walters, Wfarren, Waterman S 0 P H O 0 R E V'ebb, Wfeller, W'hipkey, XVhitaker, W'hite, Whittington THOI.,IiN, TOM El-IVVARD . . Phi Delta Chi THOMAS, JUNE .......... . . Emporia . . Enzjwriu Home Economics Clubg History and Govern- ment Clubg Y. XV. C. A. TRIBBLE, DUANE ...... . . . Mu Epsilon Nug Commerce Clubg Physics Club TUBBS, HELEN ........... Alpha Sigma Alphag Rhythmic Cir trng Chorus TURNER, GILES ........ . Mathematics Clubg Commerce Epsilon Nu VAUTRAVERS, FRANCES .. . Wfinnetaska VINCENT, ALICE ....... XY"innetaskag Y. W. C. A. WAHL, DOROTHY .. Y. W. C. A. W'AI.KER, ESTHER MAE ..... Home Economics Clubg Y. VV. C. WiI1Cbl'Xf!'l' Chemistry- W11xbi11gl0l1 cleg Orc hes- Fozvlvr Clubg Mu . Cviilralin . . Elklmrl . . BlH'LliL'k . . Enzporiu A.g History and Government Clubg XWinnetaskng Art Club I74I XVALTERS, MARY ALICE . . . . Full River WARRIiN, DOIXIALD CALVIN .... Sfl'V'Ifllg Bandg Chorusg Mu Epsilon Nu XVATERMAN, LAURA M ..... . . Pvrlbody Winnetnskag Y. W". C. A.g Commerce Clubg Spanish Club WIEBB, H. VERINIOIXI .......... Lincoln Y. M. C. A.g Mu Epsilon Nug French Club WELLER, ELIZABETH ANNE .... Amrricnx Home Economics Clubg Primary-Kindergarten Club WI-IIPKEY, EIARGARET ........ Pvzlflozfy Delta Sigma Epsilong Sphinx Clubg Y. XV. C. A.g History and Government Clubg Geography Clubg Band XVIIITAKER, JOHN D. . Sigma Tau Gamma . . . . 'T1Hlgtl710.YiA' VVI-IITE, FRANCIS . . . Chemistry-Physics Clubg Mathematics Club . . ...... Iiwporia Mu Epsilon Nug XVHITTINGTON, ANNA Y. W. C. A.g Primary-Kindergarten Club ........Toprlca XY'Il.LIAMSON, LOTS . . . . lizlifrmz wril1RCI11SkLl YVILSON, DOROTHY ....... Sfrong Cily Alpha Sigma Alplmg Primary-Kindergnrtvsn Clubg Y. NV. C. A.g Rliytlimic Circle, prcsidcnt VVILSON, HARRY TURNER . . . . EIIIPIIVTKI l'l1i Sigma Epsilon XVIRSIG, ARLINF .,.......... Ewjmrm NVinnctnskng Y. XV. C. A.: Mixed Clmrusg Home Iiconomics Clubg Primary-Kindergnrtcn Club XVOOD, WILLIAM J ............ mlpf-fy Science Clubg Mu Ifpsilun Nug Track XVRIGHT, RUTH .,...... . . IQYIIITS' History and Government Club YUCUM, BETTY JANIQ ......,. Sf. Afluryx Sigma Pi Signing Delta Sigma Iipsilong Pan Hellenic Councilg Primary-Kindcrgnrtcn Clubg r w 1 X. NX. L. A. ZIMMFRMAN, NVILLIAM .... . . Ifmporia Iiuotbrillg Plii Delrn Clliz Commute Clubg History and Government Club S 0 P H 0 M 0 R E XVillian1sun, Vfilsnn, Vfilsizii, XVirsig, NVood XY'1'igl1t, Yizcum. Zimmcrman l7SII Typical of their childish antics, the freshmen were hosts of the students of the campus at the annual kid party .... The tables turned, the upperclassmen have the Uupperhandu in wielding the paddle on the freshmen without their traditional caps. i761 PROM 2, DKJROTHY ATHERTON Bois STAu1f1f1a11 INENT FRESHME Blond Dorothy Atherton's grace and charm have placed her at the top of the list of the better known freshmen .... Industriously working his way to be- come ri Campus lender, Bob Stauffer's election to Student Council was only the first step. l77l Adams, Adams, Aesehliman, Aldrich, Aldridge, Alfrey Allen, Anderson, Apt, Archer, Arndt, Atherton S Ayers, Bahr, Bailor, Bangs, Barker, Barncord ADAMS, CLARA LOUISE . . . lflllL'tlV'tlXl'II1K' ARCHER, HELEN JUNE . . . . Emjmria Chorus Delta Sigma Epsilon ADAMS, W. If ........... clay CIUHIUY ARNDT, IIOHN WILLIAM . . . olpf Mu Epsilon Nu, Spanish Club, History and Government Club, Y. M. C. A. AESCI-ILIIXIAN. LEONARD . . Sigma Tau Gamma . . Subviba ALDRICH, CARL DAVID .... Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Collegiate 4-H . . Gurfirlil ALDRIDGE, CHARLES EDXVARD . . Mu Epsilon Nu li rlzporizz ALFREY, IRENA ..... . . Gl'z'm'l1sb1U'g Art Clubg Y. C. A. ALLEN, FRANCES DOROTI-IEA . . . liruporia ANDERSON, ROY M. . . . Clay CL'I1f!'l' Mu Epsilon Nu APT, WYILLIS GLENN . . . . . Buffalo Mu Epsilon Nu, Band I 78 I Mathematics Club ATHERTON, DOROTHY HELEN . . Eullmria Alpha Sigma Alpha AYERS, GLENNIS EVELYN . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma, XVomcn's Symphonic Chorus IEAHR, ARTHUR WILLIAM . . BAILOR, HELEN DEAN . . BANGS, MARY JUUA . . Commerce Club BARKER, BETTY MARIE . . Sigma Sigma Sigma BARNCORD, ROBERT CHARLES Mu Epsilon Nu Cii . . Iolu c Clubg G rilllcy 15111110 ria . Liberal Norlon Emporia BARNFTT, RAYMOND LEON . . . Lfl1lL'00t1 Mu Epsilon Nu, Industrial Arts Club BARR, GLADA l5IiLLli . . . . Kifltitliil Home Economics Club BARRETT, THILLMA MAXINIC . . . QIlt'lIt'l7I0 BARTELL, ARLICNE GLADYS CTOIIIUIIYY Slbriugx BARTLEY, GARRIYTT XVILSON . Plllbllllfftlll Football BASOM, MERLIZ DEAN ....... Gclrfirlml Kappa Sigma Iipsilon, Commerce Club BATRNTAN, VERLA RlAlf . . . . Alfiwl BATES, IIOSIQPHINF .... . . Gurflwz Cily Winnctnska, Y. XV. C. A. BEAN, VLLMA ......... , . . Profrcficm Delta Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club FRESHMAN BIIATTIE, LYNDLE RAYMOND . . Emlmria Mu Epsilon Nu BEIGHLE, FLOY IRENE ...... . . Fou'lf'v' XVinnctasliag Spanish Club, Y. VV. C. A. BIZLL, -IAMES STANLEY ...... A70l'c'z1llll' Mu Epsilon Nu: Spanish Clubg History and Cvczvcrnmcnt Club BFNDER, CALISTA LADEAN . . . Plains Crzmm crcc Club, Y. W. C. A. BENNETT, ZELMA . . . . Q11 i'11z'1 110 BERTSCHINGFR, RUTH LIQNORA lmronijrfofz BILYIQR, ICLSIE ,IANIE ......... Emj wail' ia Geography Clubg Agriculture Club, Y. W. C. A. BIDXWELL, CHESTER HAROLD .... 11011011 Sigma Tnu Gamma BIEGLER, JEAN . . . Lurfml Barnett, Barr, Barrett, Bartell, Bartley, Bascm Bateman, Bates, Bean, Beattie, Bcighle, Bell Bender, Bennett, Bcrtscliinger, Beyer, Bidwell, Bicglcr il i791 9535? if Bippus, Bippus, Black, Blackman, Brenner, Brittain Brooks, Broomfield, Brown, Brown, Bruce, Brueggemann S H N Brueggemann, Bruner, Brymcr, Bulmcr, Bumgardner, Burdette BIPPUS, FLORIBNCE MARGIE . . . . l.i17L'r'uI BRONWN, RHOIQNA FRANCES . . flfflrnillliih' BIPPUS, IQVELYN MARY .... . . Liberal History and Government Club BLACK, VIRGINIA LEE ........ N!'Wf!llI Y. XV. C. A.g Commerce Clubg Spanish Club BLACKMAN, FRANCES LILLIAN . . Iflrllwriu Pi Kappa Sigma, Chemistry-Physics Club NVinneraskag Art Clubg Y. W. C. A. BRUCE, FLORENCE FLLORA .... !lllIt'r'il'llX BRUEGCil'iMANN, DORIS M .... Clay CFl1ft'V Sigma Sigma Sigmag Biology Clubg Primary- Kindergarlen Clubg Art Club BRUIZGGICMANN, DOROTHY O. Clary Cvnfvr Sigma Sigma Sigmag Biology Clubg Primary- Kindcrgarten Clubg Art Club BRIQNNER, LOIS ROSILMARY . . . CPIIIVUY Y. NV. C. A. BIKUNER, WILLIAN1 RAY . . . llyifhilrl Phi Sigma Epsilong Track BRITTAIN, BYRON ROY .... . Nrzulou Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Dmmatics BRYNIFR, MARGARET BERNICE . . . CllIll'J' Home lfconomics Clubg Y. XV. C. A. BRSQyOKSg.fOR31fx MAXINE ' ' Wf'1""-W" BULMER, D. R .......... Mirbignn v.111.g,i .igma igma igma Mu Epsilon Nug Spanish Club, Y. M. C. A. UROOMFWLD, NARTHA RAE - - - 10111 BUMGARDNER, HENRY LEE .... zimpw-1.1 Art Club Kappa Sigma Epsilon BROWN, MARY IZLLEN .... . . . Alwlf BURDETTIZ, JUANITA KAY . .... Sl'lt'Vj' Orchestra, Primary-Kindergarten Clubg Win- Chorus, Orchestrag Glee Clubg Primary- netaskag Y. XV. C. A. Kindergarten Club l 80 l BURNETT, ROBERT G .... CUl1lL'HJ' Sjrrillgi CARTPIRAE, ERNESTINE F .... C014Iu'alL'i' Mu Epsilon Nu BURTON, RITA MAE ' i g ' 1 . ' I ' Anim CARTXWRIGHT, HAROLD M ..... lillrvka Agriculture Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Collegiate 4-H CASPARI, RICHARD G. . . . . EIIIIJUYIII BYRD, ELLEN LOUISE . . . cj0lIfX Sigma Tau Gamma Pi Kappa Sigma CASSEL, ROBERT F .......... MJKIISUII Mu Epsilon Nug Industrial Arts Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Track CADWALLADER, VIOLA AILEEN . Corbin Vfinnctaskag Y. W. C. A. CALDXVELI., NOLA BELLE ..... Gt'IlK'St'0 Home Economics Club. Splash Club CASTOR, LOTTIE B .... . . Suloumu Winnetaskag Y. VV. C. A. CARESS, EMMET H ...... Malfielzl Grrrn Mu Epsilon Nu, Mathematics Clubg Geography CATER, WESLEY RUSSELL . . . . Emporia Club CHAPMAN, LEOTA MAI2 . , . WlIl'l'l'Iy CARLSON, MARY ELIZABETH . . Al!1I'l'iL'IlS Y. XV' C- A. Alpha Sigma Alpha CARR, VERNON LEE ....... Anthony CHEESEMAN' Ylhflull BRA! C "" ,Ugff Phi Delta Chig Basketballg Tcnnis Kappa Sigma 'Psion' an ' cmmcnc U CARSON, ELEANORA E. . . . EIIIIIUTIII CHILIES, LETHA ELLEN . . . . Ifrullorfu Collegiate Club Winnetaska Burnett, Burton, Byrd, Caclwalladcr, Caldwell, Carcss F R E S H N Carlson, Carr, Carson, Carthrae, Cartwright, Caspar: Cassel, Castor, Cater, Chapman, Chccseman, Chiles yi Q 2 .11 ,i,,,,,.A E811 4 1 Clark, Clark, Clayton, Clcmcnts, Cole, Colvin Conway, Costello, Cott, Crabb, Cranston, Cranston F R E S H M A N Crawford, Criswcll, Cronkitc, Crow, Dabbs, Daily CLARK, BETTY .IRAN . . . . cnfffiw Commerce Club CLARK, LAURAINIZ L ........ Luwrvm'u Womc11's Glcc Club, Primary-Kindergarten Club CLAYTON, MARGARET li. . . . Wilivy W'innctaska CLlflXlliNTS, DOROTLTY L. . . IIHICHUII Cifvy Spanish Club, Home Economics Club, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Y. NV. C. A. COLE, XVILLIAM D ........... Nnrlmz Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Freshman Play, Band, Orchestra, Mcn's Glcc Club, Chorus COT.VlN, DONALD DICK ...... EIll'l'kll Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club CONXVAY, PAUL ROBERT . . . . Enzlmria Phi Sigma Epsilon COSTICLLO, LEO N ........... Yitllllfld Sigma Tau Gamma, Biology Club, Basketball COTT, HOOVFR YV .......... I'lH,LfUf07l Symphonic Choir, Mcn's Glcc Club T821 CRABB, KENNETH R. . . Bt'H1'L'iUt' Phi Delta Chi CRANSTON, MARJORIE OPAL . . Wirzfivlal Winnctaska, Y. XV. C. A,, Commerce Club CRANSTON, IXHLDRED . . . . Willfirlzl Winiictaskug Y. VV. C. A. CRAXVFORD, GERALDINIC . . . . c,L'l'7'bV00lQ CRISXWIQLL, BARBARA Llili . IIll1L'fi071 Cilj' Latin Club CRONKITE, ALLIE MAIZ . . . . G4'm'Sr'U Sigma Sigma Sigma CROXV, MILDRED L1ioNA . . . Bfiffiiiigffffi Y. wr. C. A. DABBS, MARJORIE LYNNIC .... EHll7UF'fll DAILY, RUBY E ............ Axhluml Y. VV. C. A., Mathematics Club, History and Govcrnmcnt Club DANEKE, JEAN LOIS ........ Topvfw Wfinnctaskag Y. WL C. A., Spanish Club, Home Economics Club DAVIDSON, AUDREY MARIE . i'S'Iili011n1lc Y, YV. C. A., Mathematics Club DAVIDSON, CLARA LOUISE .... Emporia W'innctaska DAVIDSON, MARGERY MARIE . . Emporia Primary-Kindergarten Club DAVIS, GLADYS ELOISE DAVIS, MARGARET . . . Y. W. C. A.g Mathematics Biology Club DAWSON, HELEN LOUISE . . Williamxbnrg . . . . . Eurcka Club, Art Clubg . . . Osage Cily DELONG, ELIZABETH JANE . . . Emporia DERBYSHIRE, JOHN WILLIAM . . Madison Mu Epsilon Nu, Football DIETRICH, MARY ALICE ..... Richmond Y. W, C. A.g Symphonic Chorus, Glee Clubg Freshman Play DIETZ, MAXINE IQLDENA .... Sffflllg Cily Bandg Y. WI. C. A., Xvinnctaskag Won1ci1's Chorus DIX, GVIENDOLYN JANE . . . D6'Il1l'dll DOBBS, DOROTHY NADINE . . WiIlinnzsb1z1',Q Winnecaskag Spanish Clubg Y. VV. C. A. DRYDEN, ROBERT JOSEPH . . . Elliworlb Mu Epsilon Nu DUMMERMUTH, JANICE EVELYN . Burmfx Y. M. C. A. EDDS, DOROTHY EILEEN ..... Emporia Pi Kappa Sigma: Primary-Kindergarten Club, Twirlcr for the Band ELIOT, MARJORIE .... . . Arlinglon ENOCLIS, FERNE LUCILLE .... Tolfganoxif' Alpha Sigma Alphag Alice Freeman Palmer, French Club Daneke, Davidson, Davidson, Davidson, Davis, Davis F R E S H M A N Dawson, DeLong, Derbyshire, Dietrich, Dietz, Dix Dobbs, Dryden, Dummermuth, Edds, Eliot, Enochs awbv Q: E so . M if 5' W , glbf ,E . ' ,I " ,will N, 'iflg '-ii ISSJ ... I if M..-f gf wi- +3 Evans, Faler, Fay, Ferrell, Ferrin, Ficller Y Fitzgerald, Fleener, Foster, Francis, Freeman, Fuller F R E S H M A Fyfe, Galloway, Gardner, Garratt, Garrison, Geis EVANS, NELLIE ALLIE NIAE . . . . Ifmfvorizl Collegiate Club FALER, MARILYN MIHNDIZLL .... Slerliug Winnetaska, Y. VV. C. A., Primary-Kinden garten Club EAY, CLARICE ............. Olalbv Pi Kappa Sigma, Primary-Kindergarten Club FERRELL, JOYCE MARIIC .... Valli-y Falls Wiiinetaskag Y. W. C. A., Collegiate 4-H FERRIN, OLIVE ....,........ Prall Delta Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club FIDLER, FRANK ROSCOE . . . . Sabvfba Sigma Tau Gamma FITZGERALD, MARY ,IOSEPHINE . . Offawu Xvinnetaskag Agriculture Club FLEENER, MARGARET BELLE . . Gra'r'r1.tb1rrg Winiietaskiig Chorus, Y. W. C. A., History and Government Club FOSTER, MARY KATHRYN . . . . Genexm Sigma Sigma Sigma I84I FRANCIS, RICHARD BARTON . . . Ilollun Sigma Tau Gamma FREEMAN, KATHLEEN ....... Axblauil Theta Sigma Upsilon, Y. VV. C. A., Splash Club, Commerce Club FULLER, GLENN T .... ...... K iowa Mu Iipsilcn Nu, Commerce Club, Student Council FYFE, WII.INIA IflI.IfEN ..... Sffflllg Cifj' Agriculture Club, Geography Club, Y. NV. C. A. GALLOWAY, MARTHA ELIZABETH Nl'lL'ff2ll Freshman Play, French Club, Y, W. C. A. GARDNER, ANNA IZSTHER . . Smith Cwzfu Y. XV. C. A. GARRATT, MARIE NADINE .... Wi1'b.5la W'innetaskag Primary-Kindergarten Club GARRISON, IMOGENE ........ Affiul Symphonic Choir, Treble Clcfg Band, Vocalist with Lee Johnsoifs Band, WU111CH,S Glue Club GEIS, QUENTIN GEORGE . . . . Dlffbtllfl Mu Epsilon Nu GEISSLER, VERNON VICTOR . . . Durham Mu Epsilon Nu GEREN, LENA MAE . . . . Iimporiri GIBBS, JOYCE ANNE ........ Rl'lldil1g Y. W. C. A.g History and Government Club GIGER, EDWIN GILLETT ..... Iiflmfule Mu Epsilon Nug Mathematics Club GILMORE, RUTH ARLEE . . . . LeRoy GILSON, LEONARD HOOKER . . . Iimjvoria Plii Delta Chi GILSTRAP, NAONII . NX'inneraskng Primary-Kindergarten GRAY, KATHRYN LUCILE . . J CII Il niugba H1 Club . . linlfvoriu Sigma Ii Sigmag A. A. GRIGSBY. PHYLLIS MAXINE . . Orchestra F R E S H M A N . nazi ' i t 'E 1 twin B11 Vlfllgzlllll GROVES, RENA ELDORA . . Y. XV. C. A.g Commerce Club . . . E in lmria HACKLER, ROLAND JAMES .... Rllllllllld HADDEN, ROBERT DAVID .... Cbujmzaiz Plii Delta Clii HAGINS, MARY ELIZABETH . . . E1111Jm'i41 Alpha Sigma Alphag Sigma Pi Sigma HALL, MARTHA LOUISE ...... Erujmriu Alplia Sigma Taug Y. W. C. A. HAMACHER, DONALD R. . . Ri!'b!ll!l7ILl, Mu. Sigma Tau Gammag Band HAMILTON, ALICE MARJORIE . . Pv'i1m'frn1 Winnetaskag Commerce Club HANL7, HELEN ESTHIZR . . Latin Clubg History and Government Club . . Parlriilgm' HANKINS, ROBERT M .... . . Florvucz' Mu Epsilon Nug Biology Club Geissler, Gcrcn, Gibbs, Giger, Gilmore, Gilson Gilstrap, Gray, Grigsby, Groves, Hnckler, Hndden Hagins, Hall, Hrimaclier, Hamilton, Hand, Hankins Nik Y was W., fl if-1 Lark 1' E851 , K 'xi 5 1 nv' A . g I I ,, - f 1, ,- svflgz - f ,A X . f- .J 'ugh 'I , , -1:: 7 1" A A i - I E Vrkg W ., Q.. ..-Q-5 5 ,.V-v.- L. r 7' f ' D I EA Hansen, Harden, Hardenburger, Harkness, Harris, Harrison Harroun, Hart, Hartxler, Haslouer, Hawks, Hayes S Heckman, Hellmer, Hendrickson, Herron, Hetzel, Hickey HANSEN, WINIFRED GRACE .... Nvwlmz HARDEN, GERALDINE . . . . . Proffrfiorz Delta Sigma Epsilon HARDENBURGER, FLORENCE . . . Narlza Y. W. C. A. HARKNESS, MARY ALICE . . . . Dc'1a1'ur1 Agriculture Club HARRIS, NELVA MAE . . . Cuffwlzvnml Full.: XVinnetaska HARRISON, BETTY DEANE . . Buffalo Bandg W'innetaskag Y. W. C. A. HARROUN, XVANDA ARLENE Brllrlillc' Geography Clubg Art Club HART, DOROTHY IRENE . . Oz'1'rI71'0ok Primary-Kindergarten Club HARTZLER, FINDLEY ENOS . lIt'YilIgf0lI Mu Epsilon Nug Debate T861 HASLOUIQR, ROSEMARY ....... Abilene Alpha Sigma Taug Home Economies Club HAWKS, RUTH ELIZABETH .... Primary-Kindergarten Club . Holfozz HAYES, HARLEY BEE . . . Ovforcl Mu Epsilon Nu HECKMAN, PAULINE LOUISE . . . Olluwa Agriculture Clubg Geography Clubg Collegiate 4-H HELLMER, CLARA ELIZABETH .... Olfrz' HENDRICKSON, VON LEE ...... Norton Sigma Sigma Sigmag French Club HERRON, GLENN EMERSON . . SfPl'1H'l'iIIi' HETZEL, ANDREA VERDINE .... Nvwfon Wfinnetaskag Freshman Playg Y. W. C. A. HICKEY, IRENE ANN . . . . OHS Geography Club HIPP, ELDIN C. . . . Hzzlchinxozz Commerce Club HOBBS, ELIZABETH LI-IE . . . . Pozvbulhrrz HOEEMANS, FRANK VV, . . . Burlirlglon HOLMES, PAUL MONROE .... Mafllx' Ifilf Mu Epsilon Nu, Band HOWELL, RUBY ALICE ....... OffdlL'H Winnetaskag Commerce Club, Sphinx HOWLAND, MARKJORIE RUTH . . . EI1I1701'i:1 Winnetnska HOYT, EDITH LORENE . . . . Hartford PIUBBARD, EUGENE .........., 10111 Phi Delta Chi, Ccmmerce Club, Glee Club HUNSINGER, CUMA CATHRYN . Afftlllbzlffllll HURLF, LOIS MARC UERIT1' fjlclgi' C1131 Primary-Kindergarten Club Biology Club HYLE, LAVONNE . M1l11'1m11 Theta Sigma Upsilon INSCHO, ,JOHN C. Wlrhlfzl Phi Sigma Epsilon, Football Latin Club His tory and Government Club JAENICKE, ARLENF C 11111411011 C111 Latin Club, History and C vernment Club Freshman Play JEEFERIES, BETTY ILEINE NIILIUII Delta Sigma Epsilon JILES, EYIELYN L. . Collegiate Club JOHNSON, GFORGIT JOHNSON, MARTHA Y. XV. C. A.g Geogr JOHNSTON, MARVI Mu Epsilon Nu Hipp, Hobbs, Hoffmans, Holmes, Howell, Hovslmd F R E S H M A N Hoyt, Hubbard, Hunsinger, Hurle, Hylt Inseho Jaenicke, Jefferies, Jiles, Johnson, Johnson Johnston 3 E871 g-Q 99 Jones, Kalb, Kaniper, Kaserman, Kasha, Kaufman Keech, Keiningcr, Keller, Keller, Kendall, Kenney E S H M Kennedy, Kernohan, Kerns, Kersley, Kesler, Kimball JONES, INIERLE LOUISE . . . . H1lrff11l'1f KELLER, INIAXINE ........... PWIIIOIIQ' French Club Home Economics Clubg Biology Club KALB, EVA PAULlNli ....A.l.. Cu,,10,, KHNDALL, MARNIORIE ........ Emporia Y. W. C. A.g Primary-Kindergarten Club: Sigma Pi Sigma KANIPITR, HAROLD LFE . . Y. M. C. A.g Basketball KASERMAN, NAOMA ,... KASHA, ALMINA ANNETTF French Clubg Commerce Club KAUFMAN, GLENN OLIVER KEECH, FLORENCE MARIE . W'innetz1slta KEININGER, VIRGINIA MAY . . Nfillvr . . HfJl'ffJll Lax! SlH'iII-QX . . G,-filly., . . Enzlloriu . . Bvmlumz Geography Clubg Mathematics Clubg Winne- taskug Collegiate 4-H KELLER, JOHN XVARREN . ...... Delia Mathematics Clubg Geography Club E881 Vfinnctaskag Chorusg Collegiate 4-H KIINNEY, EARL EUGENE . . . . . . I.tJl'l1I'tl Kappa Sigma Ifpsilong Bandg Men's Glee Club KENNEDY, THOMAS JOSEPH . . . . Ellllllfff Latin Club: Commerce Clubg Traekg Foot- ballg Basketball KFRNOHAN, MARTHA LOUISE . . . Slmrou Geography Clubg Y. W. C. A. KIZRNS, FRANCIS PARDEE . , . . . iT0p1'fza KIZRSLEY, BETTY LOUISE , . . . W1-Ilxrille Y. W. C. A. KESTER, DAVID WILLIAM . .... lflirvkl History and Government Clubg Debateg German Clubg Collegiate 4-H KIMBALL, DOROTHY ..... fIIc'zfiL'i11e Lodgf Pi Kappa Sigmag Band KIRBY, FLOYD DALE ...... Dmfgt' Ciij Kappa Sigma Epsilong Glee Clubg Symphonic Choir LASSEY, LLOYD ARTHUR . . . . ljullwrin Phi Sigma Epsilon LAWLESS, BARBARA JUNE ..... W1L'bifa KIRGIS, VIRGINIA ELOISE ' G . 1 Beloit Sigma Sigma Sigmag Commerce Clubg Junior Winnetaskag Y. NV. C. A. Dance Club Y , , ,V LAw'RENCE, AIOHN EWING , .... Pallmml Klsllfnxht AQIKARY M' ' ' ' 'BHIHN Phi Delta Cliig History and Government Clubg mne as 3 Commerce Clubg Basketball KRUG, GENEVA CLEORA - ' - - Hffffm LEAR, ELOISE ............. 'I'1itllL'lIfbtI Commerce Clubg Wiilnetaska KUHLMANN, EDXVENA ....... Enllboriu Alpha Sigma Alphag Commerce Club LECHRON, BETTY . . . . A11iIt'l1L' LALOUETTE, MARY ' . ' p 1:1w.I,m.f, LEITHSEARL .V ............ EIIIIJUVYKI Phi Sigma Epsilong Industrial Arts Clubg Art Clubg Football LANE, DOROTHY HELNIA . . . . Lrbo Wm"mSkn5 Y' W' C' A' LEWIS, MARY -IEANE ........ Emporia Alpha Sigma Alphag Commerce Club LARSON, WALTER ERNEST . . . Illlgllifzl Mu Epsilon Nu: Band X LINDAMOOD, NEVA MAE ...... Qffmfy W'innetaskag Geography Clubg Y. W. C. A. LASH, EVA MABEL ......... Sz'u1m'i41 History and Government Clubg Alice Freeman LINGREN, ELAINE LOUISE . . . . . Dwigbl Palmerg Collegiate 4-Hg Y. VV. C. A. Collegiate 4-H Kirby, Kirgis, Kirlin, Krug, Kuhlmann, Lalouette Lane, Larson, Lash, Lassey, Lawless, Lawrence Lear, Leckron, Leith, Lewis, Lindamood, Lindgren J--..,, 95 402' 4 E891 Lumlcy, Lyman, Lynch, Lytle, McBride, McClain, Mcfllung, McCoy, McGowan, McGuire, Mcllvain, McLa LUMLEY, ROBERT DIZLMAR .... Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu: Commerce Club LYMAN, -IUANITA .......... Ulysses Wiilnctaskaq Bandg Y. W. C. A.g Collegiate 4-H LYNCH, MFLVIN ............. Miller Y. M. C. A.g History and Government Club LYTLF, ELIZAI5IiTI-'I . . MQISIZIS, ALICIQ . . MQBOYLE, FAITH IQRNESTINF . . Latin Club MCBRIDE, CLAIRE . .... . . W'innetaskag Commerce Club MCCLAIN, VENCILLE .... Mu Epsilon Nu: Football McCLUNG, EI.MIiR LEROY . . Sigma Tau Gamma . . Narlm Kil1.g'Il1dlI . Abilrm' Wul1'v'L"i11z' . Ross 1 'illz' . lfmjwria I90I Malice, McBoyle McCrcary, McCutchcon F R E S H M A N ughlin, McI.in, McRoc MCCOY, WILLIAM G .......... Parlrirfgz' Mu Epsilon Nug Mathematics ballg Football Clubg Basket- MCCREARY, WALTER . . Phi Delta Chi . . Emporia McCUTCHEON, FLORENCE .... Lifllv River Y. W. C. A. MeGOXVAN, FRANCIS ....... Vermillion Mu Epsilon Nug Latin Club MCGUIRE, DONALD . . . . Hollow Band McILVAIN, ROBERT CECIL . . . Emporia Mu Epsilon Nug Track MCLAUGHLIN, MAXINE . . . . . Colduwlvr Pi Kappa Sigma: Sphinx Clubg French Clubg Junior Dance Club McI.IN, RUTH INA . . . . Crzlzwil Grow McROE, JOHN . . . Rrzmona Phi Sigma Ifpsilon :fie- MAGERS, BERNIECE . . . Drnlou Art Club MAILS, ELIZABETH .... . . Tofzgzzfroxic' W'innetaslcag Y. VV. C. A. MALIK, JOHN ............ fiizrlirzglon Mathematics Club, Chemistry-Physics Club MANGELSDORE, RUTH ..... Kansas Cily Pi Kappa Sigma, Splash Club, Junior Dance Clubg Home Economics Club MARSH. SUE ALICE . . . Alpha Sigma Alphag Commerce Club . . . Emporia MARTIN, DOROTHY EDITH .... HIc1ll'LlfbL1 Art Club, Y. NV. C. A. MARTIN, EVORA ........... Emlmriu Alpha Sigma Alpha, Symphunic Chorus Won1en's Glee Club, Cemmerce Club MARTINIE, SAMUEL . . . . LFYIIIIX MARTS, ROGENA ............ Kiowa Delta Sigma Epsilung Sigma Pi Sigma MENDHNHALL, GEORGE . Culla11w0oJ Pulls Phi Delta Chi MEYER, MARTHA ........ j'r'u'ell Cily Winnetaskag History and Government Club, Y. W. C. A. MILHON. KENNETH . . Kappa Sigma Epsilon . . Gurfi:'lJ MILLER, EILEEN CLARA . . . . Delia MILLER, JESSIE I ......... Greuf Bend Mathematics Clubg XVinnetaskag Home Eco- nomics Clubg Band MILLER, RUTH OPAL . . . . I.1'Roy MILLSON, RACHEL ...... Yale! fTl'llfL'I' Y. NV. C. A., Cullegiate 4-H . . Minlixon IVICJBLEY, LILLIAINI . . Alpha Sigma Tau . . I.il1x'Vu1 MOON, LLOYD A. . . Phi Delta Chi J f JE! .fffwwff IN rs, lax s, IN n ik, ' range Marsh, Martin F R E S H M A N lglrtin, Martinie, Mart , Mendenhall , Meyer, Milhon Miller, Miller, Miller, Millisun, Moblcy, Moon 1 E911 Moreland, Morris, Morris, Morton, Mott, Munroc Nash, Neis, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Obley Overpeck, Neumayer, Nierrneier, Nitcher, Nixon, Noland MORELAND, LOIS MAE . . . . Dm-i'fii'Iil MORRIS, ALVIN . . . . . Allen Basketball, Track MORRIS, HELEN ......,. Wf'xfr11w'i'1ur1i1 XVinnetaska, I'rimary-Kindergarten Club, Y. NV. C. A. MORTON, MARGARET ELAINE . . . Seiwry XVinnetaska1 MOTT, ROBERT ALLEN Mu Epsilon Nu MUNROE, ROBERT ALLEN . . Phi Sigma Epsilon, Debate, Track, Basketball NASH, CHARLES Phi Sigma Epsilon NEIS, RUBY MAE Ccmmcree Club NELSON, AILIZEN Geography Club MARIE . . . . li nz fm rin . . . Dalzgltzxx French Club, . . limjmriil . . lilfilora . . Siwliliu E921 FRE NELSON, DOROTHY MAY . . Commerce Club NELSON, MAURINE ..........,IllI1'71 Winnetaska, Primary-Kindergarten Club, Biology Club OBLIIY, XVILLIARI Rl. . . Kappa Sigma Epsilon SHMAN . . Wi11fil'lr1 Club, Art . . Ernf20riu OVERPECK, EMILIE MAE ...... Emporia Sigma rnerce Club NEUMAYER, ANITA FERNE . Y. W. C. A. NIIZRMEIER, GRACE D .... Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Com- . . . Muxfison . . . . Lndrll History and Government Club, Y. NV. C. A. NITCHITR, PI-IYLLIS CAROI ..... PONIOIIKI W'innctaska NIXON, BARBARA NELL . . Spanish Club, Y. WI. C. A. NOLAINID, XVINIFRIZD C .... Wiiiiietaska, Debate, French C .. . Oxfori . . . Emporia lub, Glue Club NORRIS, GAYLE LIZIQ . . NORRIS, LAURA . . Geography Club NORVELI.. LANVRIQNCE W, Iiandg Orchestra: Chorus NYIZ, Jon R ..... Sigma Tau Gamma . . .AIYIKWIKIIY . . SIKYOIIKQ Cify . . . chlfllffl . . Sullyurzlx O'I7ANIEL, JEAN . . .... W'f'xfr1lw'z'Iu11zl W'innetaskag Rhythmic Circle Collegiate 4-H OIiI.SCHI.AIiGER, MAXINE . . Liuzuooal Collegiate 4-H OSISORN, RICHARD IQUGIZNIZ ..... Pruifo Mu Epsilon Nu, Geography Club OXVENS, O. FRANCIS . . Spanish Club . . Colony PACE, MARY ANITA ..,..... Hllfl'!7flI507I Sigma Sigma Sigmag Orchestra X PARKER, FRANCES NANNETTIC . . Aiblaml Theta Sigma Upsilong Primary-Kindergarten Club: Y. XV. C. A. PATTERSON. NADINE . . . . Illllfliflll Cilj Delta Sigma lipsilcng Ctmmcree Clubg Y. VV. C, A. PATTIE, BETTY NELLE .... WIIlItIIll.Y!7Ill'lQ Sigma Pi Signing Primary-Kindergarten Club PEFFLY, ALFRED LEXVIS ...... Wfrllrlrvli History and Government Clubg Latin Club PENTICUFF, MARCILLIQ . . . I.arm'il PERKINS, EVELYN CHARLOTTA . Bl'UlI,l0lI Spanish Club PERKINS, I-IOXVARD ........ R0xx1'illv Spanish Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Track PERRY, GLADYS DORICNE . . . . Cuixrnlirgi PETERSON, CHESTER LEON . . . Nifkrrmiz Track Norris, Norris, Norvcll, Nye, O'DaH1i0l, OClSCl1lJCSCf F R E S H M A N Osborn, Owens, Pace, Parker, Patterson, Puttie Peffly, Penticuff, Perkins, Perkins, Perry, Peterson l93l - I 1 i'i.,v A .TW - 4 4 0"' 0 9 ' 1' I ,A U' 1 ,o' ' I 4'f"- t ,. F4 ' s."' f' ,- mhz .Q ,fur L14-4. Rh, I A I IJ.. SF Siifxai D Ieterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Phelps, Phelps Philips, Pierson, Pierson, Pulley, Pooler, Pospisil F R E S H N Powell, Powell, Pruett, Pucket, Pyle, Quillen PETERSON, ELAINE ........ Emfworiu POLLEY, BONNIE JEAN . . . . Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alice Freeman Palmer, Chemistry-Physics Club, Band PETERSON, GENE . . PETERSON, IRENE M, . . Agriculture Club PETERSON, NADINE . . Wiiinetaska PHELPS, BRUCE DEE . . PHELPS, EVA LAVETA . . PHILIPS, HELEN EILEEN . . PIERSON, ANNA GRACE . . PIERSON, LOUIS ELLINOR . Winnetnskc . C1m'ni'wulc'r Loxf Slrringx . . Lulhanz . . Olulbt' . Hvringtorz . . lfl,gl'!'f0l1 . . Dwigbl . . 157711707711 I94l Freshman Play POOLER, MARY ELEANOR ..... Enllmriu Alpha Sigma Tau, French Club, Commerce Club, History and Government Club POSPISIL, VICTORIA MARTHA . Lost Springx Geography Club, Y. W. C. A. POVVELL, DON GARFIELD . . . . Pluiux POXVELL, RICHARD ALLISON . . KiI1,QStl01L'7Z PRUETT, LYLE WOOD . . . . . . . Holfon Sigma Tau Gamma, Band PUCKET, KATHERINE . . . . Nurlm Y. W. C. A. PYLE, BARBARA ELOIS ,...... Elllflrlrlu Primary-Kindergarten Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Art Club QUILLEN, VINCENT GLENN . . ML'Pbc'i'.Y111l Phi Delta Chi W 'fd- QUIRING, IRENE HELEN ...... Nl'WfUVl W'cmen's Glee Clubg Symphonic Choirg Y. W. C. A. RATI-UEN, WILLIABI BOYD ..... Oflrllvd Phi Sigma Epsilong Footballg Track REDXVINE, IRFNE FERN . . . . . Luka' Cify Y. XV. C. A. REED, LOIS ELAINE .,...... Bc'lle'l'ill6' Geography Clubg Collegiate 4-H REES, ANNA LORENE ........ Emlloria Home Economics Clubg Chemistry-Physics Clubg Winnetaska REIFF, BONNIE LAYIAUGHN . . . . Allfrl Xvinnetaska RHEA, ROBERT PERRY .... Yafcx Crnicr Kappa Sigma Epsilcng Bandg Agriculture Clubg Industrial Arts Clubg Collegiate 4-I-I RHOADES, CURTIS MONROE . . . Axhldml Phi Sigma Epsilong Glee Club: Symphonic Choir RHODEN, CLYDE RICHARD . . . Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilong Latin Club FRESHMAN RICE, CHARLES HARRY ....... Lebo Baskctballg Biology Clubg Y. M. Mathematics Clubg Track C. A.g RICHERT, ELVIRA .......... 1Vl'lL'10ll Vfinnctaskag Y. W. C. A.g French Club RICHTER, HAZEL MAXINE .... Rumlulpb Glee Clubg Y. W. C. A. RIDDLE, CLARANELI. . . . . Winfifflzl Cam mcrce Club RIDGE, MARTHA LAVENIA .... lVilmore Nwinnctaska RIEGER, MARY LOUISE . . . . Porrbzlflurl Geography Club RIGGS, CLARENCE EDXWIN . . Nmxbo Rapid.: Mu Epsilon Nug Biology Club RINDOM, GAII. GRANT . . . Sigma Tau Gamma RIONDY, MAR-IERY . . . Y. C. A. Quiring, Rathjen, Redwine, Recd, Rees, Reiff Rhea, Rhoades, Rhodcu, Rice, Richer-r, Richter Riddle. Ridge, Rieger, Riggs, Rindom, Riondy we if If III 110 V141 Emporia 1 ,fi 1. 'Q-1, v.1 ' i951 ' , , 1 y 7 ' 1 f- , L.-' Rosicr, Roush, Rude, Ruskin, Russell, St. Clair Salisbury, Schafcr, Schenck, Schmitt, Schmitt, Sclmuppcl E S H Schrader, Scott, Seeley, Selig, Scnerns, Shaw ROSIER, DOROTHY ANN . . Y. W. C. A. ROUSH, CLYDE ISI. . . Football RUDE, IESTHIZR FRANCliS . . WVIHDCIQSRLI RUSKIN, ,IGI-IN HOXVARD . . Mu Epsilon Nug History . Garlzvll . . lfairwizc . Tujwka . . Paul.: and Guvcrnmcnt Clubg Alumni Scholarship Student, Y. M. C. A. RUSSELL, NliLI.IE MARIIZ . . . D iif' In ST. CLAIR, JAMES J. . . . . Iinzlmrm Mathematics Club SALISBURY, JOYCE ELEANOR . . Bvlofl ,Iunigr Dance Clubg Geography Club SCHAFER, TRUIVIAINI KEITII . . . Pl'l'l'y Industrial Arts Clubg Latin Club SCHENCK, MARGARET E .... TIOIIKLHIUXIK Wfinnctnska l96I SCHMITT, DALE ROBERT .... Powbattmz Mu Epsilon Nu SCHMITT, XVILLARD LESLIE . Bandg Mcn's Glue Clubg Sigma T SCHOEPPEL, LORENI2 . SCHRADER, RUTH ZFLMA . . Y. W. C. A. SCOTT, ALBERTA IVIAY .... Agriculture Clubg Y. W. C. A. SEliI.liY, ROBERT NEIL . . French Club SELIG, LEONARD WAYNE . . Industrial Arts Club, Basketball SENERNS, MARY ELEANOR . Physical Education Club SHAXV, DENNY HAROLD . . Puu'm'v Rod: au Gamma . . C1z'uru.'afr'r . . Olive! . . Sfockdulc . . Norton . . . Oliva! . . Ricbmoml . . Wirbita SHELLEY, DOROTHY LOIS ..... Emporia Winnctnskag Hcmc Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. W. C. A. SHEPPARD, RUTH ......... Li7lCOI11 Winnetaskag Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. Winnetaska W. C. A. SHUSS, HILMA IRENE . . . . Larflerf Physical Education Club SIEBERT, ELIZABETH ......... Marion Delta Sigma Epsilong Primary-Kindergarten Club, Y. VV. C. A. SMITH, VIRGINIA LEE ....... Peabody Delta Sigma Epsilon, Alphathenian Literary Society, Commerce Clubg Spanish Club, Y. SNODGRASS, ANITA MAE . . Neoslao Falls SNYDER, HELEN REECE . . . . Fontana SOCOLOESKY, BETTY JANE ..... Mar'i0n Chorus, Band: Winnetaskag Y. W. C. A. SPLICHAL, FRANCIS J ......... Mnnrfcn Mu Epsilon Nug Commerce Clubg Y. M. C. A. SIGEL, -IOHN FREDERICK ...... Gdfllfff Mathematics Club, Chemistry-Physics Club STAATZ, EVA MARIE . . . Chdllmdn SIMMONS, FRANCES LEOTA .... Barnard STANLEY, BUD B, . . .... Montezuma Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club, Men's Glee SKOCH, CARL EUGENE . . . Irving Club SMITH, BETTY LEE ......... Ilidwulba STARKEY, BETTY ANNE . . . Ldflldill W'innetnskag Biology Clubg Commerce Club Winnetaska SNIITH. IVAN XVILLIAIWI . . . . Bltmfiflz STAUFFER, ROBERT ......... Ewboril Aff' Mu Epsilon Nu Phi Sigma Epsilon, Student Council ."5 J ul M" vmvl -4 V' Shelley, Sheppard, Shuss, Siebcrt, Sigel, Simmons-1 Q .ll ,K N Skoch, Smith, Smith, Smith, Snodgrass, Snyder Ill Agflw JI ,fi Szzcnlqfsky, Splichal, Staatz, Stanley, Starkey, Stnuffcr ' I 3 J 9' . W for Y T971 4 M iff? ll i 9' ks by 1 9 .. 5 . . . ,,.irff,,.. In Stephenson, Stolfus, Stolfus, Storrer, Stout, Strimple Stutsman, Swim, Swing, Taylor, Tcichmann, Teiehmann Teske, Theriaulr, Thompson, Tichenor, Timberlake, Tinklcr STEPHENSON, NELLE HATTIE . . Clwmvzfx Glce Club, Chorus STOLFUS, ALBERTA ANNETTE . . Rvuzlirig Physical Education Club, Sigma junior Dance Group STOLFUS, VESTA RUTH ..... Pi Sigma, . ljmjmriu Winnetaslia, Home Economis Club, Chemistry- Physics Club STORRER, ONA MAE . . Y. W. C. A. STOUT, GEORGE A ........ . Mznfiwil . Emfroria Mu Epsilon Nu, Biology Club, Science Club, Y. M. C. A. STRIMPLE, VIOLA KATHERINE . . Rossrillc STUTSMAN, HUGH J ......... Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilon, Biology Club, Chemistry- Physies Club SWIM, GLADYS MARIE . . . . EIlV!'ktl Geography Club SWING, MARY JO ............ Nvwfou W'innetaskag Chorus, Y. W. C. A. E981 F'RES'HMAN TAYLOR, MARY LEE . . . Maple Hill Y. W. C. A. TEICIIMANN, ELSIE FLORA .... Hllzl.i11l1 Geography Club TIHCITIXIANN, ESTHER AMELIA . . . HIlI1SOVl Geography Club TESKE, NWILMA . . . . 011624 Geography Club THERIAULT, ADA FRANCES . . Kansas Cily Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club, Physical Education Club THOMPSON, THELMA RUTH . . Lost Spriligx Biology Club, Chorus TICHENOR, MARY CAROLINE . . . Abilene Home Economies Club, Chorus, Y. NW. C. A. TIMBERLAKE, EULA NADINE . WilIi111f1xb1zr,q Winnetaska TINKLER, EVELYNE ........ Gypsum Winnetaska, Band, Collegiate 4-H, Y. W. C. A. TIIADEN, KATHLEEN WILSIE . . CIrdru'al1'r Geography Clubg Y. W. C. A. VARNFR, GRETCHIQN AGUSTA . lVOI'f07ll'iIIE TOMSON, NADINE RITA l ' I V . . I Pax-MAO VARNER, XVINIFRIED ELIZABETH . Wi4'bifa Sigma Sigma Sigmag Spanish Clubg Commerce Cl b L' VAUGHN. MARY FRANCES . . . . Kiowa Y. XV. C. A. TUTTLE, MARTHA COOK .... Osuuulomic Winnetaska VERNON, MARION ,IEANETTE . . Errlporia TWIBELL, ARNITA ...... . . Salim, Home I"C0"0m'C5 Clubi W"'nmSka UHLAND' HOMER NORTON '... Laynfd VILANDER, VIDA MARIE . . . . Clebltrne Mu Epsilon Nu VVAGAMAN, ROY . . . . Emporia VAN ALLEN, DARREL NEIL . . . . . Glade Mu Epsilon N11 VANDERBTAN, LLOYD W ....... Ellffkfl WIALLINGFORD' NANCY ....'. Axjglami K ClHb:.M11 EP5il0n Nus G008ff'PhY Club? Theta Sigma Upsilcng Alphathenian Literary Mathematics Clubg Collegiate 4-Hg Y. M. C. A. Sccietyg Primary-Kindcrg31-ten Clubs Y, W, C. A. VANNOCKER, MARGUERITE .... Grirlffy Geography Club, Collegiate 4-Hg Agriculture , . Clubs Winnctaskag Y' XV. C. A. WALQUIST, DOROTHEA . . . . . RFHtIlI1g VAN SCOIK, VESTA GRACE ..... llffurioll VUARD, W'lLMA LEONE ....... Emporia Vfinnetnskag Agriculture Clubg Y. W. C. A. Pi Kappa Sigma, Commerce Club Tjaden, Tomson, Tuttle, Twibcll, Uhlnnd, Van Allen FR E S A N Vanderman, Vannocker, Van Scoik, Varner, Varner, Vaughn if ,gn .sf - fs' 1 4 L, ax -me ..-, 'an V.,. E991 Vernon, Vilzzncler, W':1gnn111n, W'allingford, NY'.ilquist, Whrd I arren Warren Watson Way Weaver Webb Wcigand, Walk, W'hiti1ker, Wliitaker, Williams, Williamson ksrv' 1 In 10 ' 11.354 ll .Wim , Fi I -Q al , 5 -:F i1"": . ".'in.'f1f' ' VV- , I , i 7 H ' , Wilsoii, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wooclka, Woodside F R E S H A N XVARREN, JAMES W, , . . . Emporio Phi Delta Chi VVARREIXI, VERNA INIARIE ...... G11l'7lc'H W'innctaskag Omega Literary Society WATSON, .IOSEPHINIC . . . StlffUl'tll'iH4' XVAY, RENA ESTHER ......... Tulum Alice Freeman Palmcrg Y. XV. C. A. WEAVER, KENNETH BERNARD . . I'Io13'roofl Ereshman Playg Chemistry-Physics Clubg Mu Epsilon Nu XVEISIS, I-IOMER .IACK . . . . Malfivlzf Glwulz Biology Club VVEIGAND, ELIZABETH . . . . Emjworiu Delta Sigma Epsilon WI'iIsK, ICSTHER MARIE . . . . Ellxlvorfb Biology Club WIHITAKER, -IOSIEPHINE ADDIE . . Dlllllzllf W'innctaskag Chorus L 100 I W'I-IITAKER, MARY Iil,I,EN . . Winnetnskag Agriculture Clubg Club WYILLIANIS, -IOHN NICJRTGIY . Sigma Tau Gamma VVILLIAMSON, NWILMA -IIQAN . Y. VV. C. A. WIILSON, CLIFFORD QULEN . . Latin Club XVILSON, LEE . . WILSON, LUCILE ........ Alpha Sigma Alphag Commerce WILSON, XVESLEY FRANCIS . Mu Epsilon Nu XWOODKA, MABI-IL AIGSEPHINIL . . . . Rumfizzg Mathematics . . . EVIIPOVIII . . Ijfllv Rizvr . . Iiowlw' . Jlftlllfllfbtl . . . Emporia Club . . Grlrfirlil . Bvllcrillv WOODSIDE, BESSIE BERNITA . . . . Toronto Tln' mmf uml xiagz' .Ylffillxif of lbw fifib arzlmul frvxblzzulz play, "Ply Awzly H0mc',' f7ff'Sl'lIfl'1l in Offolirr WORK, ALVA LYLli , ......... Nl'lL'f!Il1 ZENTZ, ALMA ELAINE ....... Grc'c'11sl111rg Sigma Tau Gammag Bandg Men's Glcc Clubg Wannctaskaq History and Government Clubg Freshman Play Sphinx Literary Glubg Y. NV. C. A. YATES, Hlfl.lfN . . . . wivlllflgfllfl ZlNlNll'iRKlAN, ,lOl'lN R ......... Cfilflim Glcu Club Mathematics Club: Chemistry and Physics Clubg Mu lipsilon Nu YEAROUT, MARGARET ........ Ifmfmriu Alpha Sigma Alphag President of freshman ZINN, RAYMOND H .......... Exkriilgc' classg Sigma Pi Sigma Sigma Tau Gamma: Bandg French Club YOUNG, DINVILY H. ....... Clay CUIIIVI' Mu Epsilon Nug History and Government Clubg Spanish Clubg Y. M. C. A. F R E S H M A N XVc:rlc, Yates, Ycarout, Young, Zentl, Zimmerman, Zinn l101l f102l llflqlx 3043- SiQYD!l ,You H2-Lwe wiily tlxai. cal: g?w-I'll- Well 1124. 33m'l:17oih. ll. MQ FEATLI RES A synopsis in pictures of the 1938-1939 school year is pre- sented-bits of hilarity, snap- shots of social functions, a partial list of campus hap- penings-it is campus life outside the classroom. l1031 IIA? 5 CCC boys end their tri-weekly drive from the Council Grove camp . . . Two Kappa Sigs play dead in front of the tombstones of the buried Southwestern team .... Early nrisers dance to the tune of "Cowboy kloen . . . I,11VV1'CI1CC Cotton is the one who managed the Homecoming ceremony ' ' ' ' 'nits the noon-hour and dance . . . Vincent Quilltn ,ui orders of Mr. Gilson and Miss Kayser in the Hornet,s Nest . . . The haven of the College students, Kellogg Library. 1 sq 2? Alumni were cordially invited and welcomed to Ijni Jorin State campus for Homecoming, October 15 l . . . Study and radio provide plenty of home nc- tivitx' . . . The Delta Sins are lziboriously decointing their chapter house for Homecoming . . . The begin- f t r new vows 'ind promises for more ning o gi semes e , . and better grades, and Ll change in Courses charac- terize enrollment . . . Between class activity . . . liootbull fans through squinting eyes, watch the Hornets on the gridiron. i Everyone is busy! The Bureau of Measurements is calculating test scores and ratings . . . Wentlell Goldsmith turns 11 lamp on the wood lathe . . . The stagecraft students prepare n setting for 11 dramatic feature . . . Jack Snow takes times out for a little studying . . . Mr. Jensen helps a student pour aluminum for cast bookends . . . Roberta Bush is industriously working on either Sunflower or Bulletin copy. Band members prepare to leave on one of their concert trips . . . The Homecoming pep rally and bonfire would have been useless without the band,s stirring music . . . John Zimmerman oversees the affairs of the Inter-Fraternity Council . . . You're not seeing double, there really are two sets of twins. By name, they are Elsie and Fsther Teichmann, and Doris and Dorothy Brueggemann. XVhich is which? . . . Campus employees keep the buildings spotless... Bureau of Measurements employees get ready for every pupil scholar- ships contest. I107J Foolishness to the nth de- gree! We know their names, but we won,t tell you. just l1081 say-somehow and somewhere it happened at Emporia State. UI Like Thatv Readiny, XVritin', and 'Rithmetie were forgotten at the freshman annual liid party. Students raided their little brother's and sister's closets and donned hair ribbons and short pants to romp and play on the dance floor. lane lfindly and Bob Belting were awarded the prize for looking the most lxiddish .... Dancing enthusiasts were given an opportunity to swing and jitter in front of the Administration building by the "KU club, who sponsored the early morning Homeeolninv dance .... The more sedate 6 LlL'lI1CCl'S Cl1O0SC ll SCIHl-fOI'1'HLll pllffy. I 109l .,i. f 'ws' 'Y ge 31 K- W-,fm N'-ma.-.,,.,,, '-in-N ,wma eff m"L li 1 . 110 The 1938-39 winter season was featured by snow, Santa Claus, and Christmas lights. Camera enthus- iasts were given an opportunity to take pictures of the beautiful snow scenes-a path to Lake XVooster, the bridge in the rocky glen, and Campus snow shovelers. 3 l l 4 r Baseball fans gathered 'round the new RCA and listened to the NVorld Series . . . Gridster observers show interest in the squz1d's progress on n hot and sunny after- noon . . . Gene Austin, well-known Cowboy singer, was entertained in the snddle bv two Emporia State Coeds-Roma lune Ozenber- get and ,Iaequelyn Douglass . . . Number 89, did you get those instructions right? . . . These sleepy individuals were too tired to have much interest in the sunrise dance . . . Robert Belting is one of the Student Union chess fiends . . . Wfho roasts first, the cook or the food? , s nflower renders get nn inside glance of at Qtudent Council meet- ing and n Xi Phi social meeting . . . I.enn Ruth Miller, Ll pledge, displays most of her dessert on her face because of the luck of L1 utensil with which to eat . . . Bulletin re- porters work constantly in order that the newspaper re.1ders may have .tn accurate account of the "goings-on" of Iimporigt State . . . Students were given free tubercu- losis tests . . . Other free events were the movie convocntions. lflectrocuted ling clogs, static machines, the gyroscope, and many other principles of the sciences were olnsciwetl by the 2,500 or 3,000 people who attended the Science Hall Open House, Mnrcli 24 .ind ZS. The climax of tlie event was tlie Chemistry-Pliysics Club L1I1I'lLlLll banquet witlm D11 Cin-I Kent. Uni- versity of Kansas, .ls principal speaker. 1 Boys will be boys . . . Bill Bruner and Archie Shepard "study" by the Phi Sig fire- place . . . Dr. Cram before the mike at a football game . . . Actives versus pledge and the pledge always loses . . . Don Lawton in disguise . , . Roy Schurter slieked up . . . Dr. Davis almost in disguise. l114l AQ Glrls w1ll be glrls Noll Newton, Drake Re lays queen eund1d'1te poses for the Camera in formal, sport, and afternoon nt- tire . . . These college eoeds are learning their ABCE about art . . . Mary June Shepherd, vocal soloist, displays her Elizabethan costume . . . Vernelle Worrell concentrating. lllfl Dear-1--, I realize that my four years in col- lege were not wasted, as I march with tlie procession of stately seniors. At Senior Swing Out, llaecalaureate and Commencement, each one of us re- ceived the good wishes and congratu- lations of tlae entire student body and faculty. It,s a great thrill, but now I muwt realize tliat my college "dazes', are over and I must take my place in the eve1'yday worlds. 'Qs- The Tri Sigma girls receive instructions before pre- senting their prize winning program at the annual Singing Bee . . . Wfell directed rehearsals, supervised nmake-up study, stage crew' personnhtks, and talent as chsplayed by' the four leading charaCters.in the freshman play-all made this yearls dramatic season a huge success. l117l 118 ORGANIZATIONS Extra - curricular activities have become an integral part in the college student's life. Participation in these activities is made possible by the campus organizations in their endeavor to educate the student in a social manner. 119 STUDE COUNCIL as From the day it opened its doors in 1865, the Kansas State Teachers College--then the Kansas State Normal School-has recognized the importance of cooperation between the student body and the official authorities of the institution in administering the general social affairs of students. This does not mean that the students run the institution. It does mean that students have been represented for years in a de- termination of policy guiding those things which are concerned pri- marily with the students' well-being. The present student government organization, which was instituted in the school year 1935-36, makes the following statement as a pre- amble to its constitution: "VM the students of Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia, in order to govern ourselves more wisely, to develop and maintain the professional spirit of education, to foster high standards and ideals of conduct, and to unify further the spirit of cooperation between the student body and the faculty, do ordain and establish this constitution for our governing student council." The membership at present is composed of twelve students-the president and vice-president elected by the student body at large, and ten class representatives elected by the respective classes in the fol- lowing proportion: three seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, and two freshmen. Each member serves for an academic year. In their first regular closed-door session of the school year, this group selects as an adviser a member of the academic faculty who serves for the year. l120J OFFICERS Illllilll' Rf'l7l'f'.Yt'IIftlfil 'wx . KA'1'H1u'N GII I.ET'l'14. I-Jxwxl-'l"i'1 Fpovla Pl'UXll!l'lIf H DON Mom-.R J ' , , RALPH Housma x,lC'L'-Pl't'SItIf'lIf AIANI4, LAUNLR S!'C'l'I'fllI'-Y ' KA'1'ln'RN CI1.LLfr'1'12 SUNWHWH,RK.1m,M,,,,1aHl.FS , A A BETTY MLARS FDLQAR Ml'.ISINl,ililK SUIIIUI' Iil'f7I't'.YL'IIf!lfll'FS FORRI-LST Coop Cl,AUI7I41 ARNI-.'l"l' I"n'xlv111a11 Rrfr1'v.w'111'alizws MARK LUNIB Rolsllwr STAUI-'nik GLENN FUI l.liR STLIDE COUNCIL F1211 Ida Mae Elder, Phil Gould Archie Shepard, Kathryn Gillette Harold Macliarland, Elva Bell, Roy Schurter XI PHI l122I OFFICERS President ,,,,,, . ,,,7 s ,...,,..,,,,,,,7...... IDA MAE ELDER View-President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.... FORREST C0011 Serrvfary ,,.,77,,7 ,,,,,,,,,,7,,,7...... J ANE LADNER Sponsors DR. EDWIN J. BROWN DR. R. C. MAUL Xi Phi, Emporia State leadership fraternity, had as its first project a one-day finance drive for the Student Memorial Union fund, which resulted in student pledging of 583500. The efficiency of the twenty-five student captains of that drive challenged Edwin J. Brown, then director of the memorial campaign, to effect a permanent organization, which he did. Insti- tutional recognition and support for the new club was secured through the efforts of Carl W. Salser, Director of Extension. Professor Salser also aided Dr. Brown with plans for the new organization and became its first sponsor. Dr. Brown, as founder of Xi Phi, wears Xi Phi honor badge number one. Professor Salser, who became a member of the Oregon State College faculty in 1929, wears honor badge number two. Xi Phi has held through the years the same number of active members, twenty-four up- perclassmen. A single exception is the elec- tion of the freshman drive captain, Roy Hog- lund, to charter membership. Mr. Hoglund is now superintendent of schools at Bonner Springs. The colors are gold and black, the same as the Emporia State colors. The emblem is a rectangular shield with the Greek letters Xi Phi in gold set opposite a golden torch, emblem of leadership, on a background of black onyx. Members: Ida Mae Elder, Forrest Coop, Mac Stanley, Jane Ladner, Don Moler, Roy Schurter, Phil Gould, Harold MacFarland, Kathryn Gil- lette, Bob Patterson, Lena Ruth Miller, Archie Shepard, Dorothea Abildgaard, John Zimmer- man, Mark Lumb, and Elva Bell. DON BIOLIQR, MAC ST.xN1.m', Jfxxr LADNFR, FORREST COOP lion PATTERSON, Douorxn' A1s11.1mGAARIm, joux ZIMMERBLKN, LENA RUTH MILLLR, NI.-XRK Luna 'T 1 i 7 Xl PHI DR. EDWIN J. BRoWN I 123 I 1-3 Pflnum, P. Miller, Clark, Gramm Gillette, Boone, Moler, L. Miller Henderson, Smith, Rice, Page Q 5 4' l Pl KAPPA DELTA Zfciff' eiw,65,jiW tfli few Wills The purpose of the Zeta chapter of Pi Kappa Delta is to promote the standard of, and interest in, public speaking in general and forensic contests in particular by creating a spirit of intercollegiate fel- lowship and brotherly cooperation, and by conferring upon deserving candidates a badge of distinction, proficiency and honor, varied and graduated ac- cording to merit and achievement. This chapter is one of the 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, inter- nationally known newspaperman and authorg Walter A. Huxman, former Governor of Kansasg and George R. R. Pflaum, past national president of Pi Kappa Delta. l1241 Presiden If ..,Av,,,,, Vice-President ,,,, Secrelary ,...,,,,,, OFFICERS Treasurer ....,,,7,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, Counselor ....,,,,,,,,,, ., Y... Ross HERRON AGNES DOYLE IVA DERRICK COETTE NEWTON KATHRYN KAYSER Member Exeenfive Council ..,,,v....., ........,, VIDA ASKEW MARGARET KIRBY Hzstorzan .,,,...,,,,,.....,,,,.....A.,,,,....,,,v.., ,.,,,.,,,,,, Chairman Membership Comrnitfee ,,,,,,,, DR. H. E. SCHRAMMEL Kappa Delta Pi is a national honor society in education, whose purpose is to encourage scholarship and foster educational progress. Election to the society is the highest academic honor Q Gi 'Usa f f m f ' A U19 'ZH' KAPPA DELTA Pl granted at the college. Members include those juniors, seniors, and graduate students who have completed six hours of educa- tion, have ranked in the upper one-fourth of their class in scholarship, and have indicated professional ability in their re- spective vocational fields. Honorary members are elected from the faculty and from those townspeople who have made out- standing contributions to education. Founded at the University of Illinois in 1911, the organiza- tion has since established one hundred thirteen institutional chapters and three alumni groups in universities and colleges throughout the United States. The total membership approximates 33,000, of which 800 are alumni of Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia. Iota Chapter, organized as a local honorary scholarship society under the name of Phi Delta Delta in 1916, was installed on this campus in 1920. Since that time, faculty actives have conducted the meetings to a great extent. This year, for the second time, a student holds the office of president. The program has been centered around educa- tional topics such as: Who should come to college? What are the purposes and jus- tifications for tests and measurements? Should college requirements dominate the high school curricula? F. U. G. Agrelius Vida L. Askew C. P. Baber li. R. Barrett E. Brown Gertrude Brown Thomas W. Butcher V. A. Davis Harriett Elcock F. L. Gilson Pauline Henderson Audrey Anderson Imogene Borton Rita Bowen Nellie La Bunker Harry Burk Betty Cremer Iva Derrick Agnes Doyle Phil Gould What are Coe we in college for? FACULTY MEMBERS W. L. Holtz Beulah Houlton Emma Humble Adelaide Kauzer Kathryn Kayser Gladys Kemp H. G. Lull R. C. Maul Minnie M. Miller A. W. Philips OFFICE ASSISTANTS George R. R. Pflaum NW. D. Ross Teresa M. Ryan H. E. Sclirammel Mary Alice Seller Maude E. Shore Ruth G. Strickland Esther Swart Adeline W'ipf Dale Zeller tte Newton Irene Niles STUDENTS Margaret Carr Hardman Raymond Kelley Margaret Kirby Ellamae Kleiber Ruth Kurtz Jane Ladner Gertrude Lemon Lorraine Loyd Mark Lumb I 125 Elizabeth Osborne Jeanne Osborn Edwin Provost Dorothy Reimer Laurene Sclilatter Albert Wigger Olive Wilson jonathan Wolfe Emma Ziegler ,u,v px , x, .1 It S 1' ' 1. . 1 " ' Peterson, Provost, Hanna, McFarland, Faulkner, Tucker . rf 1 ", , 1' Blackman, Loyd, Lohkamp, Dunham, Larsen, Seagondollar, Philips '1,, If-43 4 ' rl r- -'A 4 ,- a J Y 14' N I , K 5 v U , f ," 7-1 , 7 f, 1' lc I, ' ' f ',,1of,, f' Q.. '-s , a.. ll ' f . K 4 -fx 1 . KAPPA MU EPSiLO 4' x 1, I- '1 Miller, Sheppard, Laird, Stout, Roby, Sipes OFFICERS Presizlwzt Pascal Y ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, HAROLD STOUT Vice-Prf'sirfc11f Gauss ..,,..,, 7,,,7,.,,,,,, r,,, E D WIN PROVOST Remrzling Srrrefary Erafosfbenes ,,,, ,,,,, L ORRAINE LoYn Correspwufing Secretary Descartes , ,,s, ,.,. C HARLES TUCKER Treasurer Bhaskara ,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,. . ..,,,, ,,,,, G LENN SHEPPARD I-Iisforiau Ahmes ,,,, FRANK FAULKNER Sponsor Thales ,,,, O. J. PETERSON Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity, was organized in 1931 at Northeastern Teachers College, Tahlequah, Okla- homa. The Kansas Beta chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon was installed at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas, May 12, 1934. The purpose of Kappa Mu Epsilon is to develop an appreciation of the beauty of mathematics, a greater interest in the subject, and a broader understanding of its significance in our civilization. Mem- bership is extended to students majoring or minoring in mathematics who meet certain general and mathematical scholastic requirements. The fraternity holds regular meetings once a month and also acts as sponsor of the Mathematics Club, an organization open to all students interested in mathematics. Members not in picture: Dr. S. Winston Cram, Helen Garman, Ruth Otterstrom, Mrs. Ruth Harris, Otho Rasmussen, Ross Herron, Wilma Darst, Oscar Barnett, Armer Daniels, William Seiglc. I126l Pi Omega Pi is the national honorary commerce fraternity for alumni and students. Mu chapter was established in Emporia in June, 1936. In order that 21 student may be eligible for election to Pi Omega Pi, he must be L1 commerce major who has completed 90 hours of college work with a high scholastic standing in commerce and fields of knowledge. The aims are to encourage, promote, extend, and create interest and scholarship in commerceg to aid in civic better- ment in collegesg to encourage and foster high ethical standards in business and professional lifeg and to teach the ideal of service as the basis of all worthy enterprise. Members not in the picture: Mary Wallingfortl, Victor C. Hiett. OFFICERS Pl't'Xftll'llf ,,,,, E1.l.AMAi1 Ktmisiiix Vin'-l'z'vsiJw1f , ,, ,,,, DOI.I.X' Roman Sl'l'l'l'ft1l'j' , , , ELIZ,xBi5TH CFSBORNIZ Tl'l'lI.YIl7'l'l' ,, , ,,,,,, . EDXVARD QXY'LiNS I Pl MEGA Pl Rodee, Doyle, Riemer McCoy, Osborne, Owens, Smith, Moler Parke, Pickett, Kleiber l127l 959 CP w AA xy T LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA The Nu Chapter of Lambda Delta Lambda has been active in this college since May 21, 1937. The sponsor of the chapter is Dr. Leslie E. Blackman, head of the chemistry department, and national treasurer. Membership in Lambda Delta Lambda is extended to students meeting certain scholastic requirements in physics, chemistry, and mathematics as Well as general subjects. The purpose of the origanization is to promte interest in the study of physics and chemistry and to serve as a reward for worthy efforts in these fields. Meetings are held monthly to discuss topics of a scientific nature and of interest to the members. Members not in the picture: Dr. S. Winston Cram, Prof. Ward Overholt, Dr. W. H. Gray, Otho Rasmussen, Ross Herron, Robert Ruskin, OFFICERS Prvsidmt ...... . . ...... . ...... ........ . HAROLD STOUT Vice-P1'csidw1! ..... .... . .. HOYT WARREN Scc1'z'iary-Trvuszzrm' .... GLENN SHEPPARD Scrgeafzf-af-urrlzs . .,.,, ROBERT ROBY yrs: '- Ivy' 1 , 'mlm 'I fi 1 t ft 1 , I ' L- r H ' - 4 A -u Jai 1 aird, Provost, McFarlane, Warren, Seagondo ar - f Sheppard, Miller, Roby, Faulkner, Kinsey , ' it ,' ., , S Blackman, Arnett, Stout, Tucker, Peterson . . ' . ' . o..'- N 1 - 1 A 4lg I I L ,' 1 5 1 J I 1 ' 1 I 1 1 ,I 1 4 s 5 I - I if V . '-r 'C 1 ' ' V9 X J . '.,n 1 4 ' - .,,.', 1. N 1' Q' ' '. n , 1 A , f,- -,,.s,,,4' -9 1, ,U A , , 4 Ki Af r V- - 1 M ' '-' s ' L -'Al lu ' 1 , e . , f '-, p K-'1-5 A A 1 ,. f ..,,f,. '. 'Pct H "1 . I . . '. '-n. 1 vs '. I I W Kal' f'L,',-.-' iffll 34' X .. ff t12sJ,. , .. ff'21"1' '- I I ' n l 1 X" 1 A . . . 'l. I 1 The Emporia State Press includes: HOMER BUSH, Mzzufzgvr DON Covlilx RALPH KNOUSE L1,oN SMITH EAAPCDRLA STATE S, PRESS iM?f!:!. , THE BLILLETI K. The semi-weekly newspaper staff includes: PHIL GOULD ELVA BELL , IVIARAIORIE MOTT VLRNIQ SNIITH ALBI-LIU' WILLX' L ,, Ezfilol'-iii-L'f1ic'f Afflllflgfllg Erfifol Nrzux Edifor BIlSillt'XX Mmzagm' Bzzsizzvss Managm' The Sunfloxx cr Qtlff B1 :TY CRIMER Edliw IORIXZ BL FXNIXG BIIXIIZKXN xftlllllxll G. H. PHILL PS ,,,,, 1'vlIL'IlIf'j Sjzonxm' Inx X'IAI'. ELDLR W ,,,,,,, Axsisfanf Rouunrm BUSH , Axsisfnnf 'fff X ,P THE SUNFLOWER if Alfrey, Vincent, Crow, Chubb, Cummings, Smith, .Iohnsmeyer, Lane, Burton, Aiken, Bieehley, Hawbeeker, W'alden, Dobbs, Fisher Miller, Strimple, Martin, Castor, Soeolofsky, Harrison, Mails, Peterson, Nvliittington, Chapman, Metller, Henson, Thomas, Knousc, Grigsby Dummermuth, Miller, Ptacelt, Griffith, Tabor, Storrer, Neuniayer, XY'alker, Morris, Lymaii, Hiller Nfillsoit, Boys, Ray, Van Seoili, Dunn, Brown, YY'hipkey, Smith, Meyer, Decker, Nloritl, Baker, Davidson, Brown, Clements, Patterson, Seibert Swim, Kernohan, Rhinehart, Ciratly, Huebert, Sehroetter, MeMurphy, Dietz, Greenwood, Bender, Tinkler, Pospisil, bean, Peters, llasenbank, Matthews, Sehroth, Steekel Hakes, Tjiiden, Wbcitls, Daneke, XVirsig, Daly, Zentl, Riontly, Iileener, Lash, Whip' '. W. C. A. Members of the Young XVomen,s Christian Asoeiation unite in seeking a meaning of life. They desire in fellowship to untlerstanzl and interpret Christ's way of life in personal and social living. In their weekly meetings they attempt to face campus life squarely and to establish values durable enough for life equipment. The association has organized its members into commissions: Ifresh-1 man, Re-Interpretation of Religion, Creative Leisure, NVorld Student Christian Federation, Personal annl Family Relations. and New Citizen- ship. The committees which the club has established are: P1'0gl'LllU, Iiinanee, Publicity, Membership and Hostess, and Music. The heads of the committees and Commissions form the Cabinet, the steerine committee of the YXVCA. if f132l THE CABINET PV't'Xi1l'l'lll' Mun' Amt li STI l,r,sM11u Vin'-I'l'vxifI4'f11' GloRc,l.x FI.N'I'I:IK Sz'f'n'fu1'y M.'x1tc3,xlu.T KIIKBY 7Il'L'tlXIll'l'l' .II AN Sociol UI sin' CONINIITTI',Il CIIAIRNIITN P 1113 Vu ru Ifuvx Bl I.I, Iffllrlllfl' XYVINII RI Il KNoxx'1.1'oX Plzlzlifily IELI I Y BI NNIQI I, Nfxoxu IIIIRI.IL'II iIIz'111ln'1'xl1ijw am! lloxfuvv HAZ: 1. Sl N II Mnxic RUTH KURTZ COMMISSION CI IAIRNIITN Ifr'wvlm1r1Ilf1 2lI.I..XII QDSTLUND R1'-IIIfI'Vf7J't'f1Ifi1JII of RvIigiof1 .ll .xxxl I"l'F IJIOYD cIl'L'11Hl'I' Lvixllrc' NIMH Mom' IIHQVIII Sfllrlfllf Cfl11'ixliI111 I:4'clI'I':I,i1lII RUTH Ilmam N l'1'r'mmrl 111141 Iltllllilj' Rrluliollx NIXRA CARR Nun' ffili:4'11xXvij1 I5R.xNc I s Soxx lxIiR Y. W. C. A. A 33 I, If ,,Q,,, Q Q L A' ggi. ' r ...avi I fl - is Bsll, Iicnnctt, Carr, Dcrden IfI1rIiCI1, Fcntcr, Floyd, Kirby Kurt. Mott, Ostlund, Sunti Sucolofsky, Sowdcr, Stcclsmith Ilqycr. I3u1'kI1oIdcr, Christensen, Moors. xlohnson, Guyot, Richter, Drury. Roundy. Watts FaItr Glbbs Fyfc, Scott, Taylor, Bates, Magwire, -Innes Iiippcwc, AIII-end, Puckett, Iktvidson, -Iolmson, Kcrscy, Iingstrom, Aldcrfcr, Pcttyjohn, Pcttyjohn Inrson Tcskc, Schrader, Kalb, XXYLIFIQCIIIIII, Richter, Pricu, W'iIIiamson Ikrdcnburgcr, Moore, XY'iIIinmson, McCutcI1con. Byrd, W'iIIiamson, I.iIcy, Bear, KoI1Itr INLWLII I 133 1is:ep, Shelley, Sp1ie11a1, XY'i1eh, Clussel, Groxes, Sprecher, Owens, Smith, Day, 15:11, Todd, Cu1bertson, Roby, Stegmnnn Boone, Sipes, Hog1unt1, Gilbert, Harsh, XY'i1hite, Ayers, Bulmer, Swaini, Bruning, Simmons, XYYJLFYCII, Hanna, Jones, George, Lum b Ruskin, Prather, Bt-dwell, 1ft1wai'ds, Iiitzwater, Ruskin, Ahlstrom, Stout, Mitchell, Schenkel, Burns Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS P1't'SjtIt'llf , , h'1.'XRli1 Luxm Vive-P1'z'sifla'r11' SAM Esrian St'i'1'l'ftII'-Y Mu 'rox Srximoxs '111'C'flX1l1'l'1' , ,, Blu, SIPIQS Sjmllxol' , Dk. XV. M. RO1'l.li Arfrixnr W 13ROl". E. KI. CAI.liINS CABINET XV11.1iA11n Enwmums VUILBUR S'I'I',GMANN ROLAND SXY'AIBl Cimluiis Tonn BURTON 1'1ARRISON 1.0NNIli Biinwnu. ALB1ik'r .AIILSTROM Roc!-QR DAY Hulslrilu' RoW1.,xNns lfuun SrngI.1.i-.Y The basis of membership in the Y is the acceptance of Q1 Christian purpose or ideal and the dedication to service and support. This yenris theme "Servieen exemplified the spirit of the organization in its efforts to carry out a worthwhile program for its members and the school. The topics around which meetings centered were student orientation, social relations, manners and etiquette, our churches, and vocational opportunities. Each ear the eo11e e Y 11e11s secure outstandine svenkers. One of Y S 1 a 1 the highlights in this series was ll lecture by Dr. Grace Louks E11iot, New York City. 11341 ?" 5 f UW! . cis gwffl TI Y. M. C. A. The Y. M. C. A. opened activities this year by eo- opernting with the Y. XV. C. A. in sponsoring L1 campus tour and an all-school mixer. The annual Wiener roast was held on the campus picnic grounds shortly after school started. A chili supper and Ll skating party were also included on the social pro- gram. The Xvorld Fellow- ship Bnnquet, which was Ll joint meeting of the two Christian organizations on this Campus and the Student Christian Movement from the College of Emporia, was held at the city Y. XV. C. A. Y. ...a Ku N: , .XLR 'M e 1+ 5,371 . , L. ,-Q. V ALICE FREEMAN PALMER Amlerwn. Brice, 4t1lLlXN.lll11ClCI', Dertlen, llerden, Iznochs Finnerly, lireenmn, Gillette, Greenwood, I'Ii'lZCl'llJQlI1l'i, Lash Lish, Miller, Mort, Mott, Oslluncl, Peterson Sanders, Senti, Steelsmith, Steinweden, XY'atson, Why XVith Mrs. Alice Freernan Palmer as its ideal, the society was founded in 1913. The object of the organization is to recognize scholastic achievement. Members present programs of literary interest. A spring dinner is an annual social event. OFFICERS Pl'l'5fl!K'lIf . .. ,,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,, ,,,,, MARY h'lOTT Vim'-Presirfwlf ,. lhlARY CATH1i1uN1-, BRIQF St'l'I'K'fClI'y , ANN ANIJIAZIKSON 7vl't'lIS7H'L'I' ,. JUN!-1 l:OWI.ER I'IiSfU!'il1lI . ,, . . HfXZl'.I. SENTI Sponsor ,,,, , ,,,,, HARRIl41'1' Ercock Pt1I'l'0IIt'SXl'.V ,, , , Mus. V. A. IJAVIS, MRS. W. D. Ross E1361 The Alphathenian literary Society was organized in 1921 to study and read literature, both old and new. This year the socie mas e osen as i s mo i mo ern trama mo ern oems, ty 1 h t t f, d i , d p and new books. ln carrying out its motto "Esse Quod Videref, the society sponsors a "Creative Night" twice a year where original compositions of the members are displayed. The im- portant social events are the Christmas and Spring dinners, the Fall Rush Breakfast, and the second semester Rush party. Members not in picture: Ruth Dunlap, Pauline Kalb, lona Mettlen, Virginia Smith, Mary Wfallingford, Dorothy Wiitts, Marguerite Wiitts. P!'t'3'i4fl'lIf ,,,, L Vin'-lJ1'4'xi1fr'11f Sl'l'l'l'flll'j' ,,,, , Tl't'tIS1ll'l'l' , . Si'1'gm111i-uf-arms Sjmuxorx I tl: ' is-X-3.e y ALPHA THE IA OFFICERS CQERALDINIE HENIJIQE DOIKO'fHY Sc:HNEinER ALTHISA COPLEN HELEN l'lATlfIliLD . Noim MAY Moose Mas. ELSIIE PINE, Miss DELLA VVARDEN Baker, Beichley, Coplen, Douthit, Evans, Hatfield, Hendee llorton, Iohnson, Knouse, l.. Moore, N. Moore, Mulligan, Osborne Riemer, Rodee, Schanbacher, Schneider, Thomas, w'LllllI1gf0fd, Woodard ata? H371 Soxvder, XX'arren, Dunham, Bornshein, XY'arkcntin, Kirby C. Griffith, Stcad, Childs, XX'atson, Litchfield, Rehberg, Bear, J. Vifilson, Decker, McCoy, Jones, Baskett, H. Griffith, Steelsmith Floyd, Yeoman, Ifeather, Coekley, Kurw, O. NVilson, Price, Bell, Huffman OMEGA - Omega, so-named because in 1902 it was organized as the youngest literary-debating society, is now the oldest of all campus organizations. Debate practice was dropped from the program several years ago. The Saturday afternoon tea has become Omega tra- dition, with an accompanying program presentation of poetry, the essay, the novel, short story, or the drama. Membership in Omega is based upon high scholastic standing and upon individual adaptation to the active group. Miss Faye Huffman and Mrs. J. W. Mayberry are sponsors. The objects of the organization are now fourfold: advancement of scholarship, encouragement of lit- erary achievement, promotion of friendship, and training for social leadership. The organization maintains two scholarship loan funds, one for grad- uates and one for undergraduates. OFFICERS l'n'xiJwzf , , . , .... LOUISE Pluck Vin'-P1'esir!w1! ..,... .. RUTH KURTX Sez'reia1'y . jieANNLT'rE FLOYD Tfl'tlXIl!'Ff , MARH2 FEATHER Historian .. ...... ,. ELVA BELL 1381 Sphinx Club was organized October 14, 1919, under the leadership of Miss Teresa M. Ryan. The purpose was to create an interest in the field of literature. Miss Ryan led the group until September 1933. Miss Pauline Henderson is the present spon- sor. Eaeh year Sphinx Club chooses a special phase of literature for study. This year current novels and dramas have been studied. All college Women S P H I X interested in the study and discussion of literature are eligible for membership. An annual event of the club is the spring dinner held in May. OFFICERS Pl'L'SiLff'1If ,..... . . . . ,,,, , , LAURENE SCHLATTER Vice-P1'r'si11'e11f .. . .. MARGARET CHRISTENSEN Sevrefary .. .. .. . ...,,, ,,,, ,,.. I v A DERRICK Treasurer .... .... E LIZABETH GLATT Henderson, Arndt, Bebout, Bechroldr, Bennett, Christensen Craig, Derrick, Ehrlich, Glatt, Howell, Kinsey Lackey, Neudcck, Ray, Runyon, Schlatter, Smith Socolofslcy, Sprague, Stenzel, Stitt gh lg . f 2 ,i f w , i xg 5 ,lgsizgigm . reign ,. itwff, g.,Mj.gn-'fwfr - 1. .. EE? .I - . Wxtv 3315 ..,. m.,v1t375i'3f r 5? 5 '?5f'?7""if1' dk war 11391 Rosillon, l.ilny, l..ll'SOl'I, l:ClIN.lI'C, H11n11.1l1, XY'ilson, D.1y, lJonnell.1n Cline, l'l.lgLlC, Clark, l.eitl1, BLll'I1CUI'Ll, Innes, lioldsinitlm, Barnett, Arnistrong Kellum, l5,llH1Ql', XX'ilson, Deekard, klensen, Johnson, Koss, Vfise, llowl.1nd, XViley Hogan. liltnder, lil1C.l, XXv.lI'I'SIl, C.1yxxood. XY'ilson, Perkins, XY'.1tson, Prosser, Selig. Seligifer lit-ss. lloglund, llowlnnds, Selig, 8.111 Ro1n.1ni, Cioldsmitli, George, Ayers, Perry, Sp.1ngler. Donnelly. Ci1lllJCl'KSUH, H.1nn.1, C.1ssel Rankin, Hensley, liedwell. l'r.1tl1e1', Gray, Sipes, -Inelason, Kimberlin, Burns, Stutsmnxn, lJeMott OFFICERS P1'z'xi1f1'11l ,,,,,, Bll 1, Sims View-l'r1'xi1l1'111' , , Lfxuiuixczi-. H1155 S1'1'1'1'fa1'y-Trwzxnrw' , ,,,, W'LNn1'.1,1. GLJl.IJSNll'l'H Sjmuxorx , C. I.. kIAc14soN, Romain' P. -I14NsI2N I DUSTRIAL ARTS Tlie lndustri.1l Arts Club is composed mostly of rnajors 11nd minors in tl1e dep.1rtment, but meinber- ship is open to anyone interested in the field of In- dustrial Arts. The club meets e11el1 month and dis- cussions ure held. Outside speakers are sometimes invited to the meetings. Ilneli spring the elub spon- sors Ll banquet to wl1iel1 Ll prominent K.1ns.1n in the field of education is invited as rht- main speaker. l14OJ The Commerce Club is one of the activities of the Commerce Department, which trains more commer- cial teachers for Kansas high schools than any other college. Any student who is taking work in the Commerce Department or who is interested in the C E E business field may belong to the club. Business men of the community appear before the group through- out the year to give the students a more thorough understanding of practical business affairs and motlern business methods. The club meets each month and holds its annual banquet in April. lfurhliolder, XX'.lllll1j.If0l'Cl, Fuller, litzwater, Snyder, Owens, Peterson, Burnett, Colvin, Brophy, XXVJIIS Sleatl, Love, Gugler, Gales, Swaim, Bales, Ross, Zimmerman, Robison, Ciruntly, Stepp Kearns, Ilendee, liiemer, Kessel, ilohnsmeycr, Cummings, johnson, Gray, Monson, Neis, Groves lionne, Nlassey, Vleela, llouser, Coop, Hill, Hopson. late, Gilbert, l'Sutle1'1'ield, Xlolcr, Melton Austin, llorton, Osborne, Bean, Doyle, Mcliny, liaumgartner, Avery, Wrigln, Pointer. Patterson, Smith Snider, l'attersnn, Sickles soeiilufsky, Kleiber, Read, Sehurter, Hiett, Parke, Pickett, XYV.1IUl'IN.lI'l. Kohler, Newell, Slater l141l Sherrard, Harden, Hall, Long, Baker, Carlson, McKee, Keimig, Pettyjohn, Wallingford, Whittington, Faler, McKee, Morris, Clark Evans, Kadel, Hart, Halbert, Voight, Carr, W'ood, Reid, Robinson, Sehroetter, jones, Ray, Grady, Smith, Siebert Benson, Terrill, Stewart, Mears. Miller, Townsend, Humble, Kemp, Jennings, Chubb, Blansit, Hawks Wfilliams, Yocum, Norvell, Clark, Gault, Beichley, Fay, Burt, Xviand, Moore, Marriott, Steele, PRIMARY- KI DERGARTE ..Y,M...... .fx Eakin, Boy, St. Bonnit The Primary-Kindergarten Club was one of the first departmental clubs to be organized on this campus. The club was organized for all students and faculty members interested in primary-kinder- garten education. The purpose of the organization is to keep in touch with the progress of the teaching situation that is being made in the field of primary- kindergarten education. It strives to bring together the members of the department for social and educa- tional activities. The Christmas party and the Spring banquet are the main features of the year. OFFICERS Pl'C'.Yil!L'llf ,,,,,,t JENNIE W1L1.1AMs Vice-P1'fxizle11f ,,,, , ,,,,, s ,,,,,,,,,,,, . BETTY JANE YOCUM Srcrvfary ,,,,,,,,, i BERNEICE Lusk Treasurer ,,,, s , ANN SHERRARD Sponsors Miss EMMA HUMBl-E Miss GLADYS KEMP K142l SODALITAS LATINA MAGISTRATUS CTOIISIIIVS ,. XV. Mmuzus Emvmzns ifr L. Lovn Scrifuz .. , L. ADLLINE HAZENBANK Avrurirrs M. LIZMIS VANCE Czzxlox N DALE Gkovris Tifzivixlac , . , K. GILLETTE lil' E. Gl.AT'l' Sjwzzxorw . , W. Li.RoY Hoiyrz li'I' M. Aiacis Siz1.i.12R ACTA MIZNSUALIA The club meets on the second Xvednesda f of each month. The h h 5 programs for the year include a radio broadcast, a travelogueg celebration of the Saturnalia Valentine,s Da g The Ides of , Q Y March, movin? ictureg lecture: and surin festival. The aver- sp E L g age attendance is fifty-two. CREDO XVith the Romans of old We believe in every new and prac- tical achievement. XVe welcome the aeroplane, the radio, and television. XVe believe in education according to the etymology of the term. W'e consider that Latin and other standard aca- demic subjects are the best means to that end. XVe heartily approve of every honest effort for "the improve- ment of instruction." W'e also vigorously resent any grass-root campaigns intended to discredit the study of language, mathe- matics, history, or science in high school or college. XVe believe that the gates of Rome must be kept open to all who wish to enter and the privilege of studying Latin in a tax supported school must be maintained. XV. Marcus lidwards et L. Loyd, consulibus. L. Adeline Hazenbanli, Scriba. LATI ll. lfinnerty, langvardt, XY'ilch, Rima. Hanna, Selig, Sheperd, Inscho, Budd, Schafer, Nlcfilain, lloyt, Clint Fitlxxittr Wison Rhoden, Hill, Frceburne. Moore, Crippen, lilehni, McGowan, lfreeman, Hannah, Goldsmith, -Icnsen, Gugler, Kennedy, Springfeldt Q lllx balhrn 1 Lanlihaiistr. Stead, Carter, Finnerty, Hurling, Iloltl. Gray, Rocher, NI. Finnerty, Gillette, lfdwards, Loyd, Ilasenbank, Vance, Groves, llaniilmn. laeniclve, Hand ltr mt Crisxxt Austin, Nichols, Sprecher, Hensley, Garton, Culbertson, Peffly, Mclioyle, Stenvcl, Nocll. ll-H1 Keller, liriles, -Iaenicke, Marsh, Cooper, Jones, Pyle, Smith, Vaughn, Gugsby, Nvilliamson, Caltlwell, Cole, Ciatiwallatler, Miller, Munsell, Curry, Archer, Knouse, Xvalker Thomas, Perry, llaslouer, Patterson, lves, Dabbs, Kimel, Greenwood, Dabbs, Johnson. Bateman, Osborne, Cray. Thomas, Hin- shaw, Gilkison, Applegate, Runyon, Roundy, Danielson, Howard, Steckel Stark, Haslouer, Glick, Ilyle, Manglestlorf, Roberson, Vassar, Senti, lihrlicli, lluebert, Steg, Daly, Peterson, Cllevenger, Hurling, Stolfus A The Home Economics Club is composed of Home Iieonomics stu- dents and others who are interested in the subject. The organization endeavors to acquaint students with actual conditions and situations arising in home life and in teaching the subject. The club became a member of the National and State Home Economics Association in 1935. Kester, Vannocker, Vantiermzm, Wiilson, Doile, Brown, Dunham, Miller, Fillmore, Tliebert, Kendall, Pierson, liurkholder Roby, Steckel, Steele, Decker, Altwegg, Bacon, I-lobbs, Gilmore, Oelschlaeger, Green, Snotlgrass. Symns Tinkler, Lindgren, Crenshaw, Burton, Lyman, O'Daniel, Grigsby, Bear, Lilley, Cladfelter The Collegiate 4-H Club is composed of former 4-H members who ciesire to carry on the club work. One of its aims is to introduce itleas which may be used by the members when they organize clubs. It also serves the purpose of training students so they might further the agri- 4 I-I cultural movement in communities in which they teach. The club '- studies the various policies anti trencis in modern agriculture. l144l Hale, Nash, Leith Davidsoii, Lattin, james, Delmare, Shaw, Iippink, Codderl, DeNlott, Cremer, Vanderhoff, XYEIICFS, Brown Smith, Slough, Stark, Ifdds, Dabbs, McClelland, Hillis, Harroun, Larson, Sheppard, Stever Allen, Moritz, Harper, Moore, Pyle, Newcomer, Daly, Walker The Art Club, organized in 1923, is one of the regular activities sponsored by the Art Department. Mr. Norman Eppink is sponsor of the club. The club meets every two weeks to experiment with new and interesting art processes. On alternate weeks the club meets for a noon luncheon. In the spring, the Club sponsors the annual Beaux Arts Ball and a trip to the Nelson Art Museum in Kansas City. ART , gl L - ilil 1 I Hasenbank, Shore, Youngs, Hill, Dunham, Sowder, Bullard, Heubcrt, Coplen, Peters, Neudeck, Vnnderwilt, Mills, Lackey Barnaby, Arndt, McPheron, Flanagan, Pine, lilliott, Anderson, Price, Cox, Brice, Andres, Wgilden, Litchfield, Deister, Sanders, Felt Osborn, Vfatts, Kezily, Tarrence, Lemon, Fenter, Davidson, Turner, Peyton The Library Science Club, composed of Junior and Senior library B majors, was organized to stimulate and further library interests and promote professional growth. The staff of Kellog library is also eligible to membership. S C I E N C E l145l J Stout, Roby, liitvwater, llanna, Cartss, XY'ilhite, Miller, Sigel, jones, Zimnierman, Martin, Riggins, Sed w ielt, XX'hite Sipes, lilender, Nlilhon, Rowlands, liinriamon, Stout, Todd, Cigger, Hill, St. Clair, Vleelt, Selig, Vanderman. Ruskin, llird, XY'ritt, Peterson illuelier, Carman, Aluhnson, lieininger, Grigsby, Mulligan, Seefeld. Xvilliams. ilialwur, Nlagwire, Nliller Hess, Cooper, Provost, lliebert, l'aulltner, Meliarland, Philips During the past four years, the Mathematics Club was spon- sored by Kappa Mu Epsilon, honorary mathematics fraternity. MA I ! This year it was made an independent organization having its own officers. All students interested in the field of mathematics are invited to attend the meetings. I-idwards, Ross, Finnerty, Stead, Crippen, Raase, Reynolds, Brooks, Hinshaw, Reel, Moritz, Smith, XVaterman, Irving Nielson, Roundy, hlassey, Kurtz, Guy, Hatfield, Mott, Fowler, Steward, Clements, Dobbs, XVeier, -lohnson, Burltholder Miller, Perkins, Aguilar, Ramirei, -lohnson, Kimberlin, Smith, Hamilton, Stark, l'lans0n, Al len, Baysinger, Smith Prather, Carpenter, Crist, Cott, Young, Allen, Perkins, -lagoe Spanish students have a rich field in which to study the history, geography, commercial, and Cultural interests of many countries. S p A N I S H This work is discussed in the club meetings. In the spring a Spanish play is presented. l146l Coffman, Crippen, Stead, Ramirez, Allen, Delmare, Eubank, Seeley, Nielson, Wfoolpert, Lutt, VC'einman Miller, Kasha, Dority, Rippetoe, Hendrickson, McLaughlin, Parker, Ostlund, Sowder Watts, Swope, Newcomer, Butcher, Neece, Ptacek, Riehert, Hughes Sheffield, Mosher, Noland, Munroe, W'illiams, llrickson, W'illiamson, Bell Kirby, Anderson, Fnochs, Mott, Bechtoldt, Schmutz, W'atson, Aiken Le Cercle Francais is an organization composed of French students and a monthly program of talks on France, sketches from French and others interested in the French language. A luncheon each Week, plays, or French songs or games give the members an opportunity to speak French at an informal meeting. The French movie "Pecheur dllslanden was given in February. A French play was presented by some of the club members. FRENCH Williams, Mott, Ruskin, Andrews, Riggins, McFarland, Pierson, Stout, Ruskin, Steelsmith, Raase, Hughes, Stegman Kester, lfrieson, Andrews, Morton, Barnaby, Lutt, Rehberg, States Haslouer, Baskett, Jones, Arndt, Anders, Klein, Cockley, Miller Mills, Guy, Kinsey, Wvatts, Penner, Kramer, Miller, Loyd Gramm, Baumgartner, Hazenbank, O'Daniel. Krug, Ptacek, Halderman, Aiken Der Deutsche Verein is an organization for German students and others interested in the German language. The club meets once a month. Programs consist of songs, talks in German, games, and lec- tures. A German play given by members of the group and a German moving picture are annual events sponsored by the club. l147l K fi' fi fl N 4 X I i N i 'Y L 1 X if li if xl Nlalik, Kinnainon, Wvise, Riggins, Stout. Sl, Clair, fl 1-Y QJ J ,N vi 'l e . ii: XS si i , U? ff' klxfl if fi gli S -v . -Y .a XQBQ X. ,I Y lic ti 4 E t ,vN'i 1 Q r J Ig, .fi if I 4 ,,: ,I ah.. qi , Q.. J 2 I 1 'J k -1 XS I .l'f':i Y .bi- cs T 4 f ., , ,L I J ,,,, Sigel, jones, Zimmerman, NIiIIcr, Nvarren, Nlorton Rowlands, Nlilhon, Vlcels, Iiird, Veal, Ilanna, Vfilhite, Sedwiclt, XYhite, Provost, Stout, NVritl Roby, Crain, Mclfarland, Seefeld, Magwire, Daly, Steckel, Peterson, Blackman, Faulkner, Ruskin CHEMISTRY- PHYSICS In the Spring of 1937, the Physics Department was invited to join with the Chemistry Department to form the present Chemistry-Physics Club. Since that time it has been active in romotinv interest in scientific sub'ects by means of movies, P c- I , illustrated short talks demonstrations, and lectures bv faculty 7 1 1 members, students, and speakers from outside the school. Ilickerman, Iustep, Fields, Shelley, Spangler, Bruning, ilagoe. Mitchell, Ruskin, Ifrickson, Sprecher, Ilorosku, Prosser, Groves, I'itLwater, Iferguson, Stutsnian, Rowlands Nlosher, Spade, Shepherd, Inscho, Johnson, Iileibcr, XY'hipIicy, Avery, Wvright, Brice. Price, Anderson. Lash, Ilaysingcr, Miller, Mock Ilood, Ilarroun, Steclael, W'ingerd, Zimmerman, Schenkel, Adams, Burns, Dcrden, Xlfilson, Haag, Hamilton, Griffith Anyone interested in the social sciences is eligible to member- HISTORY- GOVERNMENT ship in the History and Government Club. The programs in- clude the study and discussion of the problems which confront the students of the field of social science. A banquet and a picnic are the feature events of the year. I 148 I Tlie Collegiate Club was organized in September, 1936 among the negro students to furtlier their cultural development, to insure tlieir privileges on tbe campus and to create a better cooperative spirit between the white and negro students. The or- ganization meets the first and i,I.i:-ci NVed- nesdays of eaeli month. David Bradford was elected the elubis first president. He held this office for two years, until his graduation in May 1938. He was succeeded by XY'ii1frey Bridgewater, the present president 11I1'l also L1 elmrter member. OFFICERS Prusfiilwzf ,,tt XXIINTRITY E. Biunorxvivrtn Vin'-P1'z'xiJ1'11f , CLARLNQL ORMAN Sl'f'!'l'lLtll'j' , , Lvnm GANDH' Ti'i'as11n'1' CLIARLES Toon Spolfsrnrs MRS. M.-wxiiz Boniix Mizs. I.oRIN Fi ONVI-RS ig L COLLEGIATE CLUB Reynolds, llnncocli, Qil'.lll.lI'I1. Moon, Green, lfrvin, Browning, Giles, Donnelly Moore, Walls, Miller, Groves, Candy, Tillman, Berry, Shelton. Carson, Littles, Todd Bridgewater, Walker, Bowser, Bodlin, Kidd, Davis, Terry H491 1 i IISOI FINE ARTS A love of the beautiful, the recognition of the better things of life, and the many opportunities offered of hear- ing and seeing the best in art, drama and music-these are ideals of the faculty and the student body of Emporia State. 151 STRI QUARTET Paul Steg, lfirst Violin Gladys Stitt, Xiola Mary Anita Pace, Second Violin Carol Baysinger, Cello O R C H E The Symphony Orchestra played three formal concerts during the year presenting as soloists, Mr. Vernon Sheffield, pianist, and Miss Mary Jane Shepherd, soprano. PERSONNEL GEURGE C. WIILSON First Violin Violax- Person, Virgil, Coneertmaster Watsoii, Theresa, Principal Steg, Paul, Principal Hassard, George Pace, Mary Anita 61,1105 S 1' Grigsby, Phyllis Derden, Jean Hahn, Mrs. Ralph roml Violin Stitt, Gladys, Principal Brown, Mary Ellen Jones, Alice Castor, Lottie Jones, Dwight Dietz, Maxine Floyd, Jeannette Dunlap, Ruth MeCune, Mrs. Treva Wolfe, Marian, Principal Baysinger, Carol Morgan, Annabelle Childs, Hazel Evans, Josephine Tcem, W'illa Mae Basses Wolfe, Jonathan, Principal Davies, Roberta Bailey, Florence Regier, Reuben Page, Vale Steelsmith, Mary Alice l152l Comlnriur Iiluirx Bachmann, Betty Childs, Laura Steg, Nora Oboex Steg, R. Clurimfs Kille, Betty Lou Shannon, Gail W'arehime, Gerald Bassoon Maynard, Delight T 1' ll in pals Jones, Xvayne Dice, Ralph Holmes, Paul Horns Knouse, Mary Jane W'ayman, Charles Barnes, Levi Garrison, Imogene Norvell, Lawrenet 7'l'0IIIb0l1t'S Shepherd, W'illard Schmutz, Alvin Tulm Riley, Cleo D V71 ni 5 Tiemann, A. G. ,. .-r' ii 7 'A This year the Concert Band experienced one of its busiest and most profitable years. In addition to playing for all home football and basketball games, and the State High School Track meet, the band toured twelve towns in three days during the fall. No- vember sofh, the band presented its Twelfth Annual Fall Concert and on March 28th, its Annual Spring Concert. PERSONNEL Flulvx null Pirrolus-Bi-vti' Jeni. i,,..,',inann, Paul Steg, Jessie Irene Miller, Nora Steg, Mary Ray, Oban- E. R. Stes. C'1',"ll ilarman, Ruth Norvell, Iinglixb H0l'7I1c:Hff0ll Harman, S010 Clurillulx-Betty Lou iiille, Gail Shannon, Roy Gallca, First CIdl'i7Il'f51PZlLll Stovall, Ralph Murphy, Evelyn Tinkler, Svrtlllil Clurim'lx-Elaine Peterson, XValter Larson, Dorothy Kimball, Phyllis Runyon, VeKay Hunsaker, Tliiril Clizrinvfs-Gerald W'arehime, Esther Freeman, Maxine Dietz, Mildred Pray, Faye Hines, Thoburn Keller, A110 C1urim'ls--LaRue Jones, Ruth Cockley, Buss Clarim'f--Richard Childers, A110 Simojilmflvx-Mari.iii Maze, Paul Parks, Betty Harrison, Margaret Vl'hipkey, Twmr Suxopbom'-Norina Habecker, Busxoom- Delight Maynard, Jean Jones, Slring Buss-Mary Jane Shepherd, Ai'4'o1'4fiu1l-Gleiiii Freeburne, Ilfllfillllltlf Juanita Lyman, Cf0rm'ls-Wayne Jones, Ralph Dice, Bill Cole, Julian Aubuchon, John Hollingsworth, XVillard Schmitt, VVayne Stovall, T. D. W'heat, Tr'11mfn'l.t- Jack Danner, Paul Holmes, Morris Jones, Willis Apt, Eugene Kenney, Frwzrb Horns -Mary Jane Knouse, Levi Barnes, Carl Cramm, Leland Johnson, Imogene Garri- son, Lawrence Norvell, Anna Crenshaw, Bt1l'ff07It'XTDCI'lt011 Garton, Mr. Hutchi- son. EllfIb07lillNZSiVLllC Page, Donald Mc- Guire, Tf07llb07It'X - Willard Shepherd, Clyde Newman, George Johnson, Warren Austin, BB Fla! Brzxxrx-Jonathan VVolfe, Dwight Jones, Betty Socolofsky, Ii Flaf Bursar-Cleo Riley, John Ruskin, Bass Drum-Maurine Hawbecker, Lyle Work, Cyrzzllrllx-George Hassard, SIIKIH' Drums -A. G. Tiemann, Charles Johnson, Ray- mond Zinn, Timjmfzi-A. G. Tiemann, OFFICERS JONATHAN Wo1.1f-E, Przfsiflvuf RICHARD CHI1.IJIiIiS, Vive-Pi'r'siJe11f JACK DANNILIK, Sr'C'y-Trvux. RALPH DICI2, Librarian DELIGHT NIAYNARD, Drum Major LEVI BARNES, P1'ofJe1'fy Man GEORGE C. WILSON, Dirccfor ' l1S3l BAN 'i PICRSCNNI1: Mary -Iune Shepherd, Rurh Cockley, Betty kleun Bachmann, Theresa XXf.1tson, .lennneixe liloyd, ,losephine lfvnns, W'ilbur Stegmnn, Niles Moffat, G.1iI Shannon, Alvin Sehmutv, Orville liorchers, Director. Une of the most unusual gi cappella groups in the coun- T E try, the Mndrigulians of Emporia State Teachers College, nppenr in colorful Elizabethan dress and gather informally R I S around Ll table to sing the blended melodies of mndrigals. Special tests are employed to select the eleven members of The Madrigalians. The third season of the Symphonic Chorus, under the direc- tion of Dr. Orville Borchers, has been most successful. In addition to presenting Fall, Christmas, and Spring concert pro- P I-I 0 N l C grams, the chorus in a large way carried the light opera, "Pinn- foref, and assisted the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra in C I-I O R U the presentation of the Beethoven's Ninth Symphony under the direction of Karl Krueger. l1S4II Pulley, Steckel, O'Daniel, johnson, Wilson, Harrison, Richter, Smith, Matthews, Richter, Soeolofsky, Rehberg, Childs, Morgan, lfvans Coekley, Haslouer, Melioyle, Steelsmith, Xvhitaker, Miller, Gault, Dietrich, Steinweden, Jefferies, Borton, jones, Tjaden Collins, Taylor, Kille, Schlotter, Force, Taggart, Moore, Pray, Hawbeeker, Starkey, Haslouer, Norvell, Yates, Garrison, liloyd, Hobb, Hines, Hendry, Stitt, Yeoman Irene lJeMun, director The personnel of the XVomen's Glee Club is chosen by try-outs I M E N S at the beginning of each semester. The club presented on May 10 their annual spring concert and assisted the Rhythmic Circle in G L E E C L U B their spring recital. The glee club paid special attention to inter- I' pretation and glee club repertoire. M .. fafffirfeegwvawl, !"""""l"l3m-fe . le o-ov 1.19 nv-1 " MEMBERS: Vale Page, Levi Barnes, Bill Cole, Dwight jones, Maynard Powers, Harold Brooks. NVoodrow Hiebert, Glenn Freeburnc, Cleo Riley, Curtis Rhoades, Quentin Prosser, Milton Simmons, Paul Steg, XVhitby Turner, Leland Johnson, Laurence Norval, W'illard Schmitt, Hoover Cott, Byron Brooks, W'ayne Brooks, Lyle Wforlt and Dean Haasis. I The Men's Glee Club rehearses twice at week under the direction M E N S of Mr. Floyd V. Wakelglnd. The personnel is chosen by Mr. Wake- land at try-outs which are held at the beginning of the semester. G L E E C L U B i15Sl Horton, Steelsmith, Selilarrcr, XVatson, Polley, jones, Davies, Coekley, Stitt, Bachmann, Baysinger Borchers, DeMun, Floyd, Shepherd, Kurtz, Childs, Rchberg, Strouse, Davies, W'olfu S I G Sigma Alpha Iota, national music fraternity for women, was or- ganized October 12, 1938, to promote the highest standards of pro- A L P I-I A fessional ethics and culture among women students of the Department of Music. The members are chosen for their professional promise I O and musical ability. MEMBERS: Celeste Griffith, Katherine Polley Imogene Horton, Ruth Dunlap, Margaret Yeoman, Roberta Daviex, Faye Hines, Imogene Garrison. Accompanist: Arlone Rehberg. The Treble Clcf Club, organized in the fall of 1911, is one of the oldest musical organizations in the school. In addition to T B L E annual spring recitals, the club serves the school and community each year by appearing at various functions. The present direc- C L E F tor, Miss Catharine E. Strouse, founded the club and has had charge continuously. l1S61 MEMBERS: Mac Stanley, Paul Steg, Alvin Sehmutz, Ralph Dice, jonathan XVolfe, Reuben Regier, Richard Childers, A, G. Tieman, Gail Shannon, E. R. Stcg, Vernon Sheffield, Vale Page, Delight Maynard, Jack Danner, Leland johnson, T. D. XY'heat, Orville ,l. Borchers, NY'illard Shepherd, Vhiyne Jones. Pledges: Julian Aubuchon, Levi Barnes, Ralph Murphy. Dwight Jones, Glenn Freeburne, Niles Moffat, Bill Cole, George Hassard. OFFICERS Pl'I'Sit1K'Uf ,.,,,,,,,, ,, RIAC STANLEY Vim'-I'1'r'siifw1f ,,,, ,,,,,. P AUL STliG Sf'Lil'l'l4KII'VY ALVIN SCI-ILIUTZ T7't'lISIll'I,I' R1XI.PH Dicn 9 Kzzjwllzzzeixfw' , JONATHAN WC7I.IfE Hisforian , , REUBIQN RIQGIIER ' 4, ' Wtll'l1l'lI H 7 H JACK DANNIQR ' ' . Szzjzrcun' Cozzrwilamzfz ,,.,, ,,,, A LBERT SCHNIUTZ QQQQOQQ Phi Mu Alpha was founded at Boston, Mass., in 1898. The fraternity was first organized on this campus in 1935 and was known as Mu Psi Chi. Later, it became the Beta PHI MU ALPHA Upsilon Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha. The open motto is "The manly musician and the musieianly man in America." Its official publication is the "Sinfonian." Important events of the year include the Phi Mu Singing Bee, the All-Kansas Music Festival, and several concerts throughout the year. The biennial national Convention was held at Waslaing- ton, D. C., during the Christmas holidays. Membership in this organization is based upon profes- sional promise, scholarship, and recommendation by a member of the music faculty. I1S7I ART .19-9 Noiman R Eppink gives help ful advice to one of the Bruegge- mann twins . . . Kenneth DeMott designs a leather desk set and a 158 bill fold . . . Mr. Eppink again in- structs a Class in the fundamentals of art ...A Iohn F. Dietrich assists Betty Cremer with her batik for the advanced crafts class. Students were given their first oppor- tunity to study the ceramic art when the new laboratory was opened in March. Students in the modeling class instructed bv John F. Dietrich make pottery on the 'throw wheel, mold clay art figures, glaze the finished products, and secure ex- perience in firing the pottery kiln. Mr. Dietrich demonstrates ...A ulia Farnham, a student in the advanced drawing and painting class, arranges her own still life study and portrays it with oil paints on the canvas. 159 GILSO PLAYERS 5 The Gilson Players are chosen each year by the teaching staff of the Speech Department for outstanding work in acting and for work with production and stage lighting. Th: members for the year 1938-9 are: Claude Arnett, Beulah Baum, Daughtery Clark, Edwin Clark, Lawrence Cotton, Ruth Craig, Iva Derrick, Ted Downs, Ida Mae Elder, Aline lforce, Kathryn Gillette, Phil Gould, Carroll Harman, Edward Holli- ster, Margaret Kirby, Mary Mott, Marjorie Mott, Robert Morse, Keith Porter, Caroline Reed, Marguerite Rice, Willard Shepherd, Gwendolyn Smith, Jane Lee Swope, Edith Ten Eyck, William Yearout. "A speech course should help an individual to recognize values which are of ever- lasting worth, whether it be in human beings, activities, or books." Jessie Adamek, '38 "By creative speech work, the pupil will be able better to make himself under- stood, and being understood, so will he be able to undertake and perform well his responsibilities of citizenship. Through an understanding of the methods of speech making, will he become familiar with propaganda devices enabling him to see through the false in his search for truthf' Bill Nursing, '38 mln his speech training, the bashful one must be encouraged to express his emotion without fear of criticism, the boisterous and temperamental must learn to control their feelings. Before any satisfaction is attained, all must learn to free their imaginations, Our appreciation of all art is enhanced when we let loose the qualities, emotional and imaginative, which help determine our individuality." Elwood jones, '38 "To me, the most important thing in speech training is the growth and develop- ment of the individual who, without opportunity for self-expression, lives within' himself, hiding a rich communication of thought. He stands back while someone WW' versed in the techniques of special speach training 'steals his stagef Nothing makes for individualism so much as does expression. The student learns to let his imagina- tion vivify experiences and feelings and to express his emotions and desires." JANE LEE Swoi-13 Yvonne Winkler, '58 Elaborate stage set and costuming added beauty to the poignant drama, c D L E "Cradle Song," directed by Miss Katherine Kayser. A cast of sixteen women and two men was chosen from members of the Gilson Players. The S 0 N scene took place in an enclosed Dominican convent. l160l 1 Giving a total of eleven per- formances, the east of "Christmas 4 I Carol" entertained audiences in Em voria, Hoisinffton, unction City' l- U . . and Kansas City. A cast of twen- ty people was headed by Mr. F. In Gilson, as the lIUI'Il0l'f.ll Scrooge. "Penny XVise." sparkling with IJ N N sophisticated humor was presented by the Gilsnn Players this spring. W I S E As a former Broadway success, it had all the zip and zest of a fresh spring hreeze. Mr. Russell Porter of the speech faculty directed the production. H1613 BEAUX ARTS BALL l1621 BEAUX ARTS BALL l163 Tin cans, scraps of wood, strips of cloth, and pieces of paper assumed new roles for the Beaux Arts Ball in the surrealistic satire of the eight arts-literature, architecture, the dance, art, music, photography, drama, and sculpture. The prize costumes worn by John Shulze and La Von Foster satirizing butterflies, were judged in front of the actual size gallows. Members of the art club under the supervision of Norman Eppink, were responsible for the transfor- mation of a second rate junk pile to a first class exhibition. l I164fl MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATIO One of the most versatile divisions in school, the de- pz1rtment's activities include gymnastics, theory, swim- ming, intramurals and train- ing in the various sports for intercollegiate competition. 165 PAUL KUTNINK Head basketball coaclo Assistant football coacb FRANCIS G. WELCH Director of Athletics Hcaa' football and track coacb l1663 STAFF EVERETT "GUS" FISH Tennis and golf coacb VICTOR T. TRUSLER Director of irztranzzzral athletics -- f qfgtirl' Y-if-t W--easing, '1-elm. v, :'-"""'4flLFz:- -V. 'V...lnn1llqQ-u1:-s- A - Y -,.. u , i fri: We W af 4 f A N1 A W gf 1'-v-rf wand W ,. hfw.z"'itir'-nrv1vl.,Vf11'l:5Wf'- 7--nsvv-uuwr'v'-'vu-.ww-,...f --- johnson, Goldsmith, Whmbsganss, Hayen, Zimmerman, Derbyshire, Roush, Jacobson, McClain, Johnson, Inscho Julian, George, Kotapish, Caywood, Writt, Lohkamp, Baldwin, Goldsmith, Duncan, Dixon, Crellin Giannangelo, Rathjen, Hoyt, Hamman, Innes, Wilson, Rickabaugh, Kimberlin, Donnellan, Hague, Smith, Meisinger, Ireland, Kutnink XVelch, Meng, Harper, McMillan, Petty, Sipes, Goldsmith, Groves, Clark, Galbraith, Griffith, Hannah, Kreibel Playing in the newly completed stadium for the first year, the Hornets captured three victories out of nine scheduled games. However, since two of the wins were against non-conference teams, Ouachita and Oklahoma City University, Emporia State ranked fourth in the Central Conference in the close of the season. SEASON'S RECORD Opp. KSTC Sept. Washburn at Topeka 19 6 Oct. St. Benedict's at Atchison ,,,, ,,,, 1 9 6 Oct. Southwestern at Emporia , e 0 33 Oct. Fort Hays at Hays ,t,,,,, , , , , , 14 O Nov Ouachita at Fort Smith, Ark. ,,,, 15 26 Nov Wichita University at Wichita ,,e,,,,,,,,, 26 6 Nov Oklahoma City University at Emporia ,, 6 25 Nov. Pittsburg at Emporia ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. . ,.,,,, 1 7 0 Prospects for next year appear to be somewhat hopeful despite the loss of such veterans as Lindell Petty, quarterback, Anthony Lohkamp, tackle, Wendell Goldsmith, center, Harry Parker, guard, William Sipes, guard, Lawrence Hague, halfbackg and Pete Innes, end. 11671 FOOTBALL Honor ALL CONFERENCE TEAM ANTHONY LOHKAMP, facklv NVENDEL1. GOLDSAIITH, f'0IZff'I' SECOND TEAM HARR1' PARKER, gllllfll MARVIN HAMMAN, fzlllbacfa FOOTBALL AT EMPORIA STATE 43 QQ' LET TE RM 'Y 3 fi? A xr -Q. lijfgw WILLIAM SIPES, g7llll'tl XVILLIAM IRELAND, luzlflnzrfz DIXVID RIQIQABAUGIVI, lmfffnzck GORDON HCJYT, q1mI'fI'rlmc'f1 RALPI'l MCMILLAN, luzlfluarfa LIQIQOY I-IARPER, vml JOHN XVIQITT, fafklv HARRY PAIQKLR, gmznf, w-cajnizzifz ANTIIONY I,OI'IIiAIvIIf, fafklv FRED CSliII"lflTH, Und I'1AROLlJ CI.IXRK, PIII! LAXVRl'.NCI. HIXGUIZ, lmlflmf-le BILL GIQOIQOIQ, flllllltlfk hy M: 'eimiaykymi 9406893 jk? NIARCUS NIPQNG, QIHIVKI PIARRY CQ,-Xl,lZliAl'1'lI, C1IId!'fl'l'fltlfk XY!!-1NDIil,I. Gol,DsM1T11, l't'lIft'l', ro nljrfuill XVJM N1-3 Go1.1JsMV1'H, lmlflnzrk AMLHI1-1 HAANAII, hzrkfr' AIARVIN HAMMAN, fzzlllmvk LINUEU, P14,T1'Y, tjI!Zl!'ft'I'f7IZl'k I-Il11u:r1x'1' DIXON, vvfzfw' Qljl-.NTIN Glaoviis, gmzml, Vtlllfllill- l'I4'L'f Qul-.NTIN IDONNlil.l,AN, fuzlflnzfk K1 HH C.xx'xx'oou, fzrlllmvk ,m,, W 'HHXKM' if s ISAAC EMRICH, forzoarfl LESTER HUBER, forward Captain RAYMOND Ml-.X'l'IlK, rwzfcl' D1-AN1-. XVATSON, gmml K1 I'l'Il Cn xx 0011, Aqmml BASKETBALL LETTERMEN JUNIOR EURNEY, fIlI'ZL'tZl'tI LEONARD SELIG, f'U7'lL'fl1'll Ike Emrich, captain of the Hornets, was the leading point-maker on the team and the second highest scorer in the Central Conference. Emrich and Lester Huber were the only seniors on the squad. Prospects look exceptionally good for the next year's SCZISOI1. CENTRAL CONFERENCE STANDINGS Vfon Lost Pct. Southwestern 8 Emporia State W 7 Pittsburg Teachers H 7 St. Benedictls 4 XVichitn University ,,,, 3 Eort Hays State 1 800 700 700 .400 300 100 'TACK SNOXV, Ceufer Ifiuin GRII'1'ITH, gzmrzl i Emopria Emporia Emporia Emporia State State State State BASKETBALL In his first full year as Emporia State mentor, Coach Paul Kutnink tools a team composed largely of freshmen and sophomores and led them to second place in the Cen- tral Conference standings. In addition to winning seven out of ten games in the conference, the Hornets Won eight out of ten other contests played outside the circuit. THE SEASON ,S RECORD Emporia State 47 Wfashburn 43 Emporia State 39 Texas Wfesleyan 28 Emporia State 37 Tulsa University , 25 Emporia State 26 University of Texas 34 Emporia State 25 Marysville QMo.j Teachers ,, 24 Emporia State 41 Kansas State , 37 Emporia State 36 Kansas State 33 Emporia State ,4l Iiort Hays State 39 Emporia State 62 St. Benedictys 32 Emporia State 47 McPherson College 21 Emporia State 30 Southwestern 37 Emporia State 38 Nwichita University 35 Emporia State 54 lfort Hays State 34 Emporia State 61 St. Benedicts 38 Emporia State 46, Pittsburg Teachers S6 Emporia State 37 Southwestern 40 Oklahoma City University 25 Pittsburg Teachers 40 Oklahoma City University , ,, 49 Wfichita University l174l TRACK NVith a Central Conference title to defend, the Hornet trackmen started hard work early-despite unfavorable weather and Coach "Fran" Welch's mumps. The new stadium track was in fine shape, despite the short time it had been under construction. Early season meets were taken easily and the squad scored points in both the Kansas and Drake relays. Throughout the season, the squad pointed for the conference meet and had every expectation of defending its title. Both Wichita and Pittsburg also had strong teams ready for the league competition. l176l Entries with events: 100 yard dash-Archie Shepard, Roy Stauffer and Ted Downs, 220 dash-Ramon Noches, Downs, and R. Stauffer, high hurdles-Kenneth DeMott and Bob Stauffer, low hurdles-Bob Liby, DeMott and B. Stauffer, 440 yard dash-Liby, Noches, and Charles Hayen, 880 run - Captain Aaron Romine, Wayne Goldsmith, Virgil Liby, mile run--Jim Wilcox, Gene Peterson, and Chester Peterson, two-mile run-Wilcox, Richard Sheridan and Bud Hollister, discus -Tony Lohkamp, John Writt, and Wendell Goldsmith, shotput - Lohkamp and Goldsmith, javelin-- Lawrence Hague and Tom Ken- nedy, pole vault-Chester Parker and Raymond Meyer, high jump- Shepard, William Wood. and Lester Laird, broad jump - Shepard, Downs and Bill George. l177l 1781 ,Qfvs-o,x..,' '7'i4ogL,Is5- QD-vu , QQ. JLOLQR '- . 74112-0-A , Xfo-xxx er- U UMQ- QQJ- QLMD7 CM TENNIS GOLF George, Fstep, Sprague, Jones, We. Goldsmith, Lohknmp, Writt, Caywood, will. Goldsmith, Meng Eickerman, Dixon, McMillan, Groves, Huber, Galbraith, Donnellan, Hamman, Clark, Hoyt H. Parker, DcMott, Hague, Roland, Shepard, C. Parker, Romine, Liby, Wilcox, Zimmerman, Sumner, Harper OFFICERS Pl'f'Xii1FlIf ,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,77,7,,,,77 KENNETH DEMOTT lfifl'-P!'l'Sjllf'l7Ii ,,,,,,, ARCHIE SHEPARD St'l'l't'fc1l'fj'-T7'Fll.YIl!'l'7' N . , LEROY HARPER Sflouxorx F. G. W'elch Paul Kutnink V. T. Trusler Everett Fish All men who have won letters in any of the various phases of inter-collegiate athletics sponsored by the school comprise the member- ship of the K Club. The purpose of this club is to promote interest in athletics of all kinds. Regular meetings are held the first Wednes- day of each month. Motion picture shows were featured for educational purposes as well as for entertainment at the monthly meetings. The club sponsors the sale of the green freshman caps each fall, and enforces the tra- ditional freshman rules. Freshman boys are required to wear the caps and stay off the front walk until the Homecoming football game. Club members were present at a stag picnic given in the spring. K CLUB l179l Q' DeMott, Shepard, Harper GYM CLASSES Freshmen and sophomores are required to complete gym practice courses . . . A floor- work class . . . It is "give and taken in boxing... Fencing develops alertness and quick muscular response . . . At the weight pulleys to develop the mighty biceps. l180l Exhibition of bar work between the halves of 21 bas- ketball game . . . Spring foot- ball practice . . . Intramural touch football . . . Pyramid building in a gym class . . . Football scrimmage in spring practice. 181 5 f1821 WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION Enjoying advantages of both indoor and outdoor activities, the campus coeds prove themselves to be skillful athletes. Besides the theory classes which are taught the full term, practice courses are offered in numerous sport-' INSTRUCTORS MISS DAISY SIMPSON Miss EDNA MCCUL1.0UGH Head of Dvjlurfnzvzzt Miss CECILE GILBERT Miss ALICE DONNELLY W. A. A. The Women's Athletic Associa- tion provides many activities on the campus. The purpose of this organization is to promote ath- letics, create a love for sports, and to foster the ideal of good sports- manship. XVilson, Smith, Knowlton, Rhea, Vassar, Ladner Phillips, Simpson, Abildguard, McCullough, Kirby l1S4l Phenneger, Stolfus, Ramsey, Kraus, Rhea, Phillips, Maloney, Fults, Ashbaugh, Varner, Reed bhuss, Hillis, Bush, Gault, Knowlton, Haffner, Sehoonover, Roundy, Price, Steinweden, Pyle, .Innes Severns, Barber, Harman, Louis, Abildgaard, Smith, Hurling, Bogue, Kirby, l..1dner The Physical Education Club is composed of majors and minors in the Department of Physical Education for Women. Its purpose is to promote professional interest and to develop leadership abilities in the members. The meetings which are I held once a month include professional talks, dinners, and social gatherings and are elimaxed by an overnight trip to Lake Kahola. E D I I C A T I O N The officers for 1938-39 are: P1'z'Sizlw1f ,,,,,,, N , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, LAVQN SMITH Vim'-I'r'I'.IizfI'11f ,, ,,,,, KATI-IERIN12 PHILLIPS St't'l'l'fll111'-'Tl'f'l1SIlI'l'l' ,, LORRAINE HILLIS A Social Gathering at Miss MeCullough's Home l18Sl E' Q fi 5 Q H RHYTHMIC CIRCLE The Rhythmic Circle is the honorary dance club on the campus. Its members are girls who have passed the entrance test and are especially interested in the Modern Dance, The active members include: Ann Sherrard Rose Marie Steinweden Jane Stewart Josephine Taggart Nelda Taylor Dorothy Wilson Harriet NWilson Dorothea Abildgaard Virginia Ashbaugh Marie Bogue Vivian Cadwallader Margery Clevenger jane Ladner Mary Louise Louis Mildred Rhea The associate members are Dorothea Lutt and Katherine Trumbull. The officers of Rhythmic Circle are: Pl'l'Sldf'Ilf ,, W toott,tet,,,e,,,,e,,, DOROTHY WILSON Vive-Presidcazf ,,t,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , MILDRED RHEA Sz'crefa1'y ,,,, , ,,,,, ,, 7 Rose MARIE STEINWEDEN P11l11ic'i1'y Dil't'l'fUl' ,,,,,,,,,,,.,.. tt,,, M ARIE BOGUE The Junior ,Dance Organization includes those girls who are interested in the dance, but who have not, as yet, passed the Rhythmic Circle entrance test. These girls are: Frances Branch Ruth Mangelsdorf Dorothy Clements Ruth Moore Dorothy Edds Mary Pooler Betty Fults Martha Ridge Virginia Glenn Alberta Stolfus Marion James Winifred Varner Eileen Kirby Elizabeth Weigand One of the highlights of the year was the recital given in the spring. This year in its recital Rhyth- mic Circle portrayed contemporary life through the medium of movement. 186l The purpose of Splash Club is to further interest in swimming, to promote life saving, and to give opportunity for recreational activity. The Club has tried to carry out this purpose through its program of life saving, instruction in strokes and diving, for- mation swimming, water games, and parties. The officers of the club are: Pl'l'SflIt'lIf e,,,e ,,,,, 7 , ,,,, , , AI.OHA KRAUS Si'Cl'L'fLIl'YY ,,,,,, MARION JAMES Members of Splash Club are: Virginia Ashbaugh Lola Dority Edith Douthit Margaret Evans Ruth Evans Betty Fults Kathleen Freeman Lorraine Hillis Marion James Eileen Kirby Aloha Kraus Jane Ladner lone Lyon Maxine McLaughlin jewel Putroff Caroline Reed Lavon Smith Wfinifretl Varner Elizabeth XVeigand SPLASH CLUB l187 SIGMA PI SIGMA Sigma Pi Sigma, girls' pep organization, attends all games and with the help of the band promotes 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. The Hornet pep girls with their spectacular gold gloves urge the gridsters to victory . . . Homecoming festivities were accented by the yellow mums adorning the Coeds' fall costume. Schoonover, Derden, Price, Smith, Pattie, Kalb, Edds, Gray, Moore, Evans, Marts Fults, Hillis, Yocum, Marbourg, Miller, Rhea, Louis, Steinweden, Overpeck Kraus, Hagins, Abildgaard, Barber, Derden, Neinstedt, Borton, Mears, Osborne, Shepherd Keimig, Sherrard, Stewart, Vassar, Welch, Bogue, Rodeo, Ladner, Cunningham l188l I TRAMURAL MANAGERS Intramurals play an important part in the extra-curricular activi- ties of college women. Teams from various sources are entered and at the end of the year three plaques are presented to the teams which won the most points. Marie Bogue, Alpha Sigma Tau Golda Ramsey, Morse Hall Elizabeth W'eigand, Delta Sigma Epsilon Mary Wgillingfortl, Theta Sigma Upsilon Betty Fults, Pi Kappa Sigma .An II,'l"I.X SCIIOUNOVLIK C,x1umi.L Hix1u1AN Al,o1i.x Klmus hlARY Loulsli Louis wlflllltfrllkzl Alpfm Sigma rllfifm Llllllll Afruz Sigum Sigum Sigma l189l Outdoor classes have the greatest enroll- ment with interest in tennis predominating the approximately six hundred Women stu- dents who are enrolled in the various physical education classes each semester. Tennis is a popular spring sport, while in the fall, hockey reigns supreme . . . The first tennis class receiving instructions . . . "Shinny,, on your own side . . . The varsity hockey squad . . . Miss Donnelly, the con- genial tennis instructor . . . On the courts. GYM CLASSES l1901 Archery gains in popularity year by year . . . Four girls, four bows, four arrows, but who has the apple? . Miss Simpson, archery and hockey instructor, strings a bow . . . A class of tap dancing in the gym. Other classes offered are: swimming, folk dancing, Modern Dance, horseback riding, badminton, tenniquoits, shuf- fleboard, volleyball, basketball, soccer, speeclball, and softball. l191J l192l SOCIETY The social organizations play an important part in our college life. Every student has the opportunity of par- ticipating in one of the groups. Tliis is one of tlic many illustrations which por- trays the democratic spirit prevailing at Emporia State. 195 Hendricks, SCl1LlI'lUl', Hood, llughes, Childers Shepard, M aeI'.irlane, Zimmerman I TERfFRATER ITY COUNCH 194 OFFICERS 1'1'cxii1e11f lloim ZIAIMI RMAN Vim-llfwiffrfzf Ki N NI TH Hi NIIRILZKS Sw'f'rffz1'3'-Y'1'i-asf:rar N Hixaorn Aloxtis MEMBERS Kappa Sigma lfpsilon LeRoy Hood Arthur Hughes Phi Delta Chi Claude Arnett, First Semester Richard Childers, Second Semester John Zimmerman Phi Sigma Epsilon Harold Jones Archie Shepard Sigma Tau Gamma Kenneth Hendricks The Inter-Fraternity Council is the ad- ministrative body of the merfs Greek or- ganizations on the campus. Its member- ship is composed of two representatives from each fraternity on the campus and Dr. D. L. MacFarlane, Dean of Men. The council formulates and promotes the rules, activi- ties, and standards common to these fra- ternities. It endeavors to establish a feeling of eo-operation between the fraternities and independent groups on the campus and to maintain friendship among the Greek or- ganizations. The Pan Hellenic Council, an organization com- posed of three members from each sorority on the campus, formulates rush rules and settles sorority problems. It makes up a loan fund each year which is available to both sorority and non-sorority women. The annual Pan Hellenic dance is one of the social functions which promote friendship, understanding and harmony among sororities. OFFICERS President .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,.,, , DoRoT1-IEA ABILDGAARD Recording Secretary ..,,,,,t ,,,,,.,,,,,,,. L ORENE RADKE Treasurer ..,.., .,.,t r.,,,,,tt..,,, ,ttr, B E T TY JANE YocUM C01'1'rsp0na'i11g Secretary H ,,,,t ,, ,,,,,,,,,7, DOLLY RODEE Sjwmor ,,,,,.....,,ttr,,,,,,., , , Miss ALICE DONNELLY MEMBERS Alpha Sigma Alpha Pi Kappa Sigma Dorothea Abildgaard Lorene Radke Carroll Harmon Jane Loomis Gwendolyn Smith Janet Wilson Alpha Sigma Tau Marie Bogue Marilyn Cram Mary McDonough Sigma Sigma Sigma Beulah Baum Ruth Moore Arlene Stark Delta Sigma Epsilon Lena Ruth Miller Ann Sherrard Betty Jane Yocum Theta Sigma Upsilon Dolly Rodee Dorothy Riemer Emelyn Woodard PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Xvilson, Smith, Abildgaard, Loomis, Harmon Cram, Bogue, Sherrard, Miller, Yocum Rodcc, W'oodard, Reimer, Stark, Baum l195 Kappa Sigma Epsilon was founded in 1915 for the purpose of xi' V OFFICERS V100-Pwsldclzf ,,,,,,,.,,, 'T Sz crcfurg ,,,,,7, ,,,,,,, ,,,7,,, Treasurer ,,,,77 .,,,,,,,,,,7w,,, ,,,,.7,,,, ,,,,A,,,. ARTHUR HUGHES LEROY Hoon QUENTIN DONNELLAN HOMER BOHN 4, K WZQ e e e e ee ee ee WMV Sponsors Mr. Theodore Owen Mr. Dr. Harold E. Priest Dr. KA P p A Dr. Stewart Boertman Mr. Mr. Theodore Newcomer Dr. Mr. Frank C. Clough Mr. SIGMA John Henderson George R. R. Pflaum F. L. Gilson H. G. Lull Dan L. Wilhelm Hozzxcnzofbcr, Mrs. Cornelia Conwell E P S I L O N Colors, Purple and Gold Flower, White Carnation promoting fraternalism, social fellowship, and scholarship. Today it is the second oldest fraternity on the campus and this year celebrated its twenty-fourth anniversary with the traditional Founders' Day dinner. With its membership of fifty men, the group emphasizes not only the social side of college life, but also the scholastic and extra curricular. Two associated organizations were formed in 1938 and have been active this year. The Kappa Sig Mothers' Club and the Kappa Sig Alumni Club have added much in fraternalism and good fellowship to the chapter. Meetings are held periodically in the chapter house located at 811 Constitution. This year the fraternity organized a dramatics club. The Kappa Sig Dramatics Club presented several plays this year for different groups and for the KTSW radio station. The outstanding social function of the year is the annual "Salad Slide," a formal dinner dance, which was held this year in the Hotel Broadview. Other traditional social functions of the year were the Fall Rush Dance, Rush Week Carnival, the pledge Rush Dance, the pledge Bowery Party, the Christmas Stag Party, the Spring Rush Dance, and the Farewell Party. Daniel L. Wilhelm was elected honorary sponsor and has been active in the fraternity during the last year. CHAPTER ROLL Actives: Linus Austin, Homer Bohn, Robert Buzzard, DeWayne Cary, Dougherty Clark, Eldon Clark, William Cole, Quentin Donnellan, Ken Everett, Frank Faulkner, Glenn Freeburne, Warren Hammer, Edward Hollister, Leroy Hood, Robert Hoover, Arthur Hughes, Leroy Hughes, Wfilliam Humphrey, Gene Kenney, Robert Lair, Wendell Lewis, Robert Morse, William Obley, Blair Page, Vale Page, Fred Parris, Robert Patter- son, Charles Rankin, Perry Rhea, Gene Rice, William Riggins, Nelson Rima, Truman Skinner, Roy Stauffer, Robert Whinery. 4 Pledges: Carl Aldrich, Byron Brit- tain, Henry Bumgardner, Keith Cay- wood, Wilbur Cheeseman, Glenn Davison, Junior Forney, Robert Goss, Frank Hoffmans, George Johnson, XVarren Kellar, Robert Lumley, Lloyd Morse, Norton Uhland, Gerald Ware- heim, Kenneth Weaver, Wesley Wil- son. I196l MX xy KAPPA SIGMA EPSILO Preparing to greet the Kappa Sigs of yesteryear . . . Time out for a Hsnoozen . . . Back to the days of the bowery . . . Clipping a lawn with tlic fraternity mower . . . A friendly game among the boys . . . Others present at the annual bowery party. KAPPA SIGMA EPSILO MKS. QXYXXXIII, Cuz: :XIIWIRILIL Llxus fKL'SllN, lloxiux linux, BYRON BRITTAIN HFNRX liurxlcmxlmwl 14, Rom-'lxl I3u7.c.x1a1J, IJ: xxnxvxl. LQXRY, w'II.13UIi f:llI7l'SEMAN. IJOLVGI-IPli'lY CLARK Vumox K 1 wk, NX M. Cm V. QJIIXN Ilxxlsox. KJLJLNTIN Uoxxf,11,xx, K1 Y FHM Il, I'R.fXNlx I-.xulxx Wxruu x Ilurxlzk, .Iuxrou Hbxxxn, Vmcu Huis, Fmmx llmrm.-xxx, Iz11xxAun IIUIIISIIR, Lnxm' Ho lI98J UID SKMWA AlllllL'R IIUI-IILS, Blll. PIl.'XII'lllilY, XXVXXAL -Ioxls, XY.fxRlal N KI'Ill,li, Elxlal lil xxx. I-l.ox'D Kllallx' WIQNlll,I.L Llxvli, Rollllcl' Luxlllv, KI,NNl,lII Mll lloN, Rolal.laT A1OIR5l,, w7Il.ll.'XhI OBl,luX', BIAIIR PA Olal x l'.xul', Iflll ll Plxlalzls, cil!Alil l s Rllslxlx. ROBl,li'l Rllrfx, Cil xl, Rl: l, BIILY Rlcgczlxs RK! RIM.-x, Ckll.xs. Slllxxl ll, Ncmlllox LTIII lxxll, Kl NNITII Wl lxvlill, XVl Sl.I'Y Xx'Il,NL7N, Rolll lvr XVHINI KAPPA SLC! i199J esgesa A b OFFICERS 11,-0524161115 , 77,7,,,,, 7,,,,,,, . ,,,, RICHARD CHILDERS W WITCH-Pl'6'SftIl'Ilf ,,,,7 7.,,. C LYDE NEWMAN x S4'v1'f'fui'y ,, .. . . . EDWIN CLARK Trvfzszzrer . . ,,,,,, ,,,, , . ,,,...-v ,f,,,, . - ,,,,,,,fffff VICTOR AMES Sergeant-al-urzns - VINCENT QUILLEN, GEORGE HUBBARD P I-I I Sponsors Dr. V. A. Davis Dr. C. E. Arnett D E Mr. G. C. Wilson Mr. F. U. G. Agrelius Mr, C. K. Turner Dr. E. J. Brown C H I Hozzsezizoflrer, Mrs. Florence Lesh Colors, Red and white Flozlffr, White carnation Alpha chapter of Phi Delta Chi was founded in March 1921, by a group of returned World XVar veterans headed by Grant Pistorious. At the time of its founding, there were fraternities representing the athletic, social, and scholastic side of school life. Phi Delta Chi has embodied these three into one organization which has now more than six hundred actives, pledges, and alumni. Phi Delta Chi began the school year with the customary rush week activities which yielded fifteen first semester pledges. The annual rush week party was held at the Country Club with Ralph NVebster and his orchestra of Kansas City' playing for the dancing. The annual "Swing," the annual "Spring Splash," a number of house parties, and several dinners were the outstanding social events of the year. Under the direction of Richard Childers, the Phi Delt Glee Club of thirty-five mem- bers won the cup, for the second successive year, in the annual all-school "Singing Bee." This gave the chapter permanent possession of the cup. A special arrangement of "Sleep" by Childers, and the "Honeymoon" song were sung in the contest this year. The Glee Club also appeared in the school Variety Show, "I Like That." The house participated in all intramural sports and the basketball team played in the "YU tournament and met a number of independent teams. Fourteen pledges were the results of the second semester rush week. The organization now has a membership totaling over sixty in number. CHAPTER ROLL Actives: Victor Ames, Claude Arnett, Paul Brown, Glen Bryant, Lorenz Buenning, Kenneth Colwell, Dale Canfield, Vernon Carr, XVinfred Church, Richard Childers, Edwin Clark, Harold Clark, Basil Cooney, Kenneth Crabb, Erwin Crellin, Bill Davis, Jack Ellis, Roy Gallea, Leonard Gilson, Robert Hadden, George Hassard, Dale Hogan, Darrell Hogan, Hal Hollembeak, George Hubbard, LaRue Jones, Leland Johnson, Charles Johnson, Dwight Jones, Tommy Ladwig, Erwin Luthi, Paul Irwin, Kenneth Murdock, Marion Maze, George Mendenhall, Lloyd Moon, Clyde Newman, Charles Nash, Vincent Quillen, Orville Ross, Gail Shannon, Wayne Smith, LeRoy Sanderson, A. G. Tieman, Tom Tholen, George Tinklin, John Zimmerman, William Zimmer- man. Pledges: Hoover Cott, Joe Fin- nerty, Bill Duncan, Bill Gangler, Ray- mond Gates, Donald Hoaglund, Gene Hubbard, Robert Jones, Jack Law- rence, Bruce Phelps, Deane Watson, Stuart Watson, Clarence Wood, Dewey Young. K200l l2011 f ,f ,I .f ,f f ,f I PHI DELTA CHI Alpha chapter of Phi Delta Chi takes "time out" to erect 21 snowman and a snowy statue of their mascot, Phi Chi . . . Homecoming comes but once n year and decorations there must be . . . Swinging out at the annal "Swing,' to Lee Johnson's swing music . . . Decora- tions there are . . . Arrayecl in new red and green satin suits the quintet smile for the birdie . . . In a body . . . Old and new prexies and Bill Davis view Santa Claus from the higher levels. I Vu 'ron AMPS, C1 lxumi Aux1'1'r, ,losupn liuoxx x, Gm xx B1u'Ax'1', LURILNZ BULNNING, XVINI Rl n CHUR CFU MMM awvqfx SWT? Mus. Llsu, Dia. l5:mxxx, Mu. Anlwllus, Mu. ,I'URNIR, Mn, Wnsox, Du. ARN1I'I' EDWIN CLARK, PIAROLD CLARA, DAL1 CAN:-l1.L1J, V1,uNoN CARR, lilc1HA1us CIIILIIIIRS, BASIL COONIQY K:-,NNLTN Cnmun, Flwlx fiRII,LIN, XVIIIIANI 1'J.'xv1s, QIALK 1il,lIS, Rm' GM.1l.'x, I,12oNA1um fslI,SON Roux-Rl' HAAIJIHIN, GLORQL' IHIXSSARD, Gloum, I'IUBB.XRlJ, DALY Hm.,xN, DAXIKIKII. HOGAN, Paul. IRWIN ' ., 'Q ,,,, I. . ' ' ' " ' ' M 1 r- .t fi IA I2021 DELTA pw ff-0 W Air'-' C,Il CHARl.l1S -IUHNSON, ljXX'IG1-IIK -IONIS, Tlloxms LAIJXVIKL, lfuwlx I,lJ'IllI, wvAl.'l'I,Ik MLCRI MW, N1,-XRION NTAZE GEO. N1l'NlJl'NH.'XI 1., LLOYD Moox, KENN1 lu NIURDOQ rx, Cilliki. Nun, CLY1Jl' N1 NYXIAN, X7INL'LN'1'QUII LPN ORYII.II Ross, IJROY SA-XNUIIRSOX, QQAII. Sruxxux, XYVAXXI SXIITH. Tom THoLlx,A.G.T1lx1xN GLOkGI'. VFINKLIN, -I,xMl's W'muu'N, BILL ZIMMIQKMAN, jmlx ZIMMI lwmx, PIUUNILR Co'l'l', RIOE FlNN1'1xTY DONALD HUAQLUNU, Gnxr IUJHISXRD, Rom li'I -IONIS, BRUCE Pm 1 rw, C1,.xu1,xc.E XYVOOD, D1 xvm' Youxc, E " ..,. A .',' . 2? kkyvh . PHI DELTA CHI I203J , 1' 1? 5, Q29 L' OFFICERS ' H ' ' President .,., ,,.. ,,,,,. . . ,,,,,,,.,,., ,, ,,,,,,,, , ARCHIE SHEPARD pmm mlm . . Q V Vice-President ,7,..,., ,,,, ...,, M 1 TCHELL FERGUSON was 5' Secrcta1'y-Trcfusmer .,..,,, ., ,, VERNE M, AYERS 4 Scfrgeanf-at-A1'n1s ,,,.,,,,,,,. ,. ,,,,,,,,,,.,. ,,,,, J ACK STUTSMAN Corresp011dir1g Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,, ,, ,,,,, HAROLD JONES Rush Captains ,Y.. KENNETH DEMOTT, CECIL MEIERHOFE P H I S!70l1S01'S Mr. C. F. Gladfelter' Mr. C. B. Tucker S I G M A Mr. Clark L. Jackson Mr. John Dietrich E P S I L G N Hcmsrmotloer, Mrs. Gertrude McMurray Flower, White Carnation Colors, Old Rose and Silver The Alpha Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon on the campus of Emporia State was or- ganized in 1910. It has made rapid growth since that time and is now one of the largest on the campus and also one of the largest of a group of fourteen chapters which constitutes the national organization of Phi Sigma Epsilon. The year of 1938 and 1939 started out with forty-five actives and thirty pledges. This number being advanced again second semester after pledging thirteen men. One of the outstanding social affairs for the year was the annual "Farmer's Ball" where all the Lads and Lassies decked out in their best farmers wear and had a wonder- ful time. The pledges put on a very interesting program during intermission built on the theme of "Old Nellie," which was featured in the Homecoming decorations. The last social event was the spring formal given at the Broadview Hotel. Phi Sigma Epsilon was well represented on the athletic fields, having a number of men active in each major sport participation. Aaron Romine was elected track captain for the year 1938-39. CHAPTER ROLL Robert Allen, Verne Ayers, Robert Belting, Carter Burns, William Bruner, Paul Con- way, Ellis Day, Kenneth DeMott, Bob Dennis, Mitchell Ferguson, Herbert Dixon, Joseph Gooch, Fred Griffith, Merle Gugler, Lawrence Hague, Beryl Hamilton, Archie Hannah, Leroy Harper, Woodrow Hiebert, Harold jones, Norman Jones, John lnscho, Donald Julian, Forrest Kellum, Harry Larsen, Lloyd Lassey, Earl Leith, Anthony Lohkamp, Cecil Meierhoff, Fred Meisinger, Robert Munroe, John McRae, Ralph McMillan, Charles Nash, Harry Parker, Grover Perkins, William Parker, Lindell Petty, Virgil Phelan, William Rathjen, Curtis Rhoades, Clyde Rhoden, Max Robison, Hubert Rapp, Robert Resch, David Rickabaugh, Alvin Rieck, Clyde Roden, Keith Roland, Aaron Romine, Archie Shepard, Don Shepherd, Dick Sheridan, Eldon Shupe, Allen Smith, Verne Smith, Jack Snow, Bob Stauffer, Garland Stricklin, Hugh Stutsman, Jack Stutsman, James Wilcox, Albert Wiley, Harry T. Wilson, Newton Wilson, Jessie Wilson, John Writt, John Allsbury, James Baldwin, War- ren Cooper, Calvin Doile, Bill Ireland, Leroy Parr, Thornton McClain, Gene Spade, Robert Liby, Erwin Newton, Gene Peterson, Robert Smith, Bill Skinner, Lester Huber, Ike Emrich. l204l 334 PHI SIGMA EPSILON The Phi Sigs relax and pose for the camera after a hearty meal . . . Behind the eight ball . . . Using a bit of humor with "Nellie," the Homecoming feature . . . The pledge party . . . Farmer John gets dressed to welcome former frat brothers. 205 SIGMA EPSILO , , - Q lp ' 0 5 ff 1 . TW ' ,- , jf., 5 1 ' x 1 ' 1 V I' K fn A ! 4 1 " 1 MRS. IN1MMUluaAY, C. F. GI,AD1'E1.'ll.l1, CQHAS. TUC'kI'li, ROBLIVI Al.Il1N, VLRNI. AYRFS, Rolsl-.RT BLLTINK. RAI PH BI5NNI.'I"I, CARTLR Bulixs, Roslin' ISRUWN, BII.I BAAUNLR, PAUL CONWAY, lfI.I.IS DAY KENNVIH 1,I'N1O'I"I, flUli'l'IS Enllu, N1I'1'cH1111 1:1 RUUSON, nlos. fQUOLI-I, M. Gum LR, LAWRI xcpl, H,-mul HERY1, H.'xx1l1'l'oN, I.: Rox' I-IARPIVK, XXIUUDROV' l'lII,liI lu, Noxmvxx llorzlis, JOHN INSLHO, DONALD KIULIAN Ifoluuisl' KI-.1,1,uM, LDLAN l.,uz5Lx, I.1,ov11 LASSLY, li. L1 ll'H, Crux. WIVILKIIOI V, lf. Ml.1srNc,1.1x, R. MUNROE I206l joux NILRAI, Rfxlvu MCMIIIAN, CflmR1,l.s NMH, Vmcu. PIIVIAN, WM. RAIILII N, CURTIS Rnomus C1 nm Ruom N, Nhx Ronlsox, lIUnI'R':' RAI-P, ROIHKT Ru: H, D,xv1n RIL'Ix.xlsAUc,11, AIXIN Rlkux ' KIITI-I ROLAND, IXARON Rouml-. AMLHII Surlmlxn, FLIJON SIIUPV, AI.l,1 N SAIITH, VERNI' SMITH A . , A I. Sxoxv, Bon STMJI 1 I la, G.x1u,xxn SIIKICKLIN, H. SVUISMAN, ,I. STU'I'SxmN, HIM. XYYIILOX, Al,nl,lxr wlI,I.Y H, XY'1l,soN, VI. VVIISON, Bon DENNIS, CATYIN D011 L, I-Ifxuoln joxm, IZRWIN NLWTON, Gkovua PERKINS SIGMA EPSELO l207l , T Sb 4 W Q fl 3 fd si ,f Q , OFFICERS K HIM,-.T Presiflenf ,C , ,7,A ,A7 . ,,,7 7 , , 7,,,,, , ,, R o Y SCHURTER Xi q f Vive-Presiflwzf ,,,,,, E ,,,,,,, E LOUIS BANGS I, Vice-Prcsidmzf .A,, . ,,,, 7 CHESTER PARKER 4' n 4 Secretary , ,,,,, VIRGIL SPRINGFELDT SBK, Treuszzrer H . ROBERT MELTON Rush Cajwfnin , ,.,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, L o U15 BANGS Pledge Fufber ,,,, , ,,.,, ,,,,,,,. ,A,,,, , , CHESTIiR PARKER S I G MA TA U Dr. M. W. Roper Mr. A. D. Schmutz Dr. L. E. Blackman Mr. G. H. Phillips G A M M A Hozlsemoflaer, Mrs. Alice Potts Flower, White Rose . Colors, Blue and White 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.', On January 20, 1922, the Beta Alpha Taus became the Delta chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma, a national social and professional teachers college fraternity, founded in Warrensburg, Missouri, July 2, 1920. Steadily growing from that time, the chapters have increased to eighteen in number. While growing in size, the fraternity has also widened its scope so that it includes institutions other than teachers colleges. The official magazine, the "Saga of Sigma Tau Gamma," is published twice a year. In addition to the usual rush-week party and activities, the social life for the year includes the pledge party, a "Forty-Niner" party highspotted by a hill-billy band and old-fashioned costumes, the annual spring formal, a Founder's Day banquet, and a stag dinner at Christmas time. CHAPTER ROLL Actives: Louis Bangs, William Drummond, Dean Haasis, Howard James, Merle Leroux, Robert Melton, Don Moler, Chester Parker, Paul Parks, Vernon Pennington, Parke Snyder, Roy Schurter, Virgil Springfeldt, Henry Kesse, Eldon Burnett, Willis Bennett, Kenneth Rissler, Charles Wayman, John Whittaker, Kenneth Hendricks, Lowell Weir, Whitby Turner, Delmont Peterson, Jerry McCarty, Don Lawton, Leroy Arm- strong, Horace Eubank, Ellis Devore, Jack Heavner. Pledges: Eugene Peters, Bill Ewbanks, Johnny Nelson, Chester Bidwell, Raymond Zinn, Elmer McClung, Frank Fidler, Willard Schmitt, Leonard Aesehleman, Joe Nye, Johnny Williams, Lyle Pruett, Charles Caley, Rodney Smith, Lee Wilson, Gail Rin- dom, Richard Colvin, Glen Kauff- man, Joe States, Judson Herd, Gail Hess, Ralph Peterson, Hobson Croc- kett, Lyle "York, Albert Krist, Leo Costello, Die!-1 Caspari, Keith Lawton, Dale Richards. l208l SIGMA TAU GAMMA Sigma Tau pledge party . . . Swing your partner to the style of the 49'ers . . . Mother Potts surrounded by a group of her most ardent admirers . . . Bridge can be so-0 ab- sorbing . . . Part of the Sigma Tau Gamma pay special heed to Parkerls Chording . . . Homecoming day spelled work for those Taulets . . . "She has those dreamy eyes of blueu. l209l AU , ZQE, , A .:j. A GAMMA Mus. Porws, Lrzoxmum AISLIILIIAAN, LLRQY Aumwraoxu, W11.1.ls BIQNNIITT, Cms'1'lgR BIDWEL1. Iiumox BURNTTT, Rlcgrmxan CAs1mm, DoN.,xLu CQLVIN, .lox-. CRAWFORD, IfI,I,IS LDLVORE XVM, Duummoxn, Holman liulmxx, VVM. I-,w1s,xNK, FRANK I:lllI,I.R, Rlcnfxnn F1mNc:1s, DEAN HAIXSIS DON. HAMAQHLLR, KENNll'l'II Hxaxmucks, 1'1OWARDAlAMITS, CHM. Krxssu, MLRLE LIIROUX, ELMER McC1.UNu KZIOJ f .1 f - X I 1 f-. 1 4 r f I .ff f ROBERT MELTON, DON MOLl:li, JOHNNY Nlll.SON, JOE NYE, CHESTER PARKER PAUL PARKS, VERNON PENNINGTON, EUGENE PETERS, DELMONT PETERSON, LYLE PRUETT V S GAIL RINDOM, K. RISSLLR, VVILLARD SCHMIUT, ROY SCHURTER, PARRE SNYDER, IRGIL PRINu1f1fLnT PAUL TURNER, CHARLES VQIAYIMAN, LORILLL WVEIR, JOHN WHITARLR, JOHN vVILI.IABiS, RAYMOND ZINN ' f .SN T T T SIGMA TALI GAMMA 5 ai' f2111 A 4' :viii W MU EPSILON N OFFICERS First S!'IIIf'Xff'l' Second Seuzesfcr I'rrside1zf , . . HAROLD McFARLAND ROSCOE BOONE Virff-Prmiflf-nf , ,,,, , ,, Y,,7. LEsTEi1 HUBER ROGER DAY Svcrrfary , ,,,7, DONALD VLCEK MELX'IN CLINE Treasurer ,Y77 ,,,, Roscoia BOONE QUENTIN GROVES Program Cfmirnzarz ROBERT RUSKIN Sponsors Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Gray Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Nagge Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Hiett Mu Epsilon Nu was organized in December, 1930. It was founded by the late Dean C. R. Phipps and a committee of students to provide for a long felt need among the independent men of the school for social training. The meetings were first held in the gym and consisted largely of lectures and other forms of entertainment supplied by the faculty, students and persons from outside the school. Later permis- sion was secured from Dean Minrow for the members to hold the first part of their meeting at the Student Union ballroom where a group of freshman girls were meeting to learn dance steps. They now hold their meetings after the dance in the Alumni Room of the Student Union as has been the custom in the years since. The Greek letters, M E N, com osin the name stand se aratel I In P 8 l P Y for Manners, Ethics, and Nobility. XVhen taken collectively, they represent manhood in its finest conception. The group meets each Thursday evening at seven o'clock with Win- netaska, the women's independent social group, for an hour of dancing. After the dancing, the members meet for an hour in which they dis- cuss business problems which have arisen and enjoy entertainments which have been arranged for them. Mu Epsilon Nu also sponsors one semi-formal party each semester as well as various informal ones throughout the year. Men who are not members of other social organizations are eligible for membership. l2121 F2131 MU EPSILON NU Hay-de-hay, they're off on the Mu Ep hnyrnck ride . . . Wfhnt no hay? . . . Thursday night's the nightg dancing the recreation . . . The two in front just happened into having their photograph taken . . . A Merry Christmas for those who danced nt the party. lilemlur, llensley, ll.1nl4ins. Geix, l5.1x'x1t'oi'd, Hayes, Sigel, Hill. 'l'urner, XY'e.1ver, Heitle, liI'.1I1lCl', Altlritlge, Nnrvell' Donnelly, Blelnn, Splielnl, I.n'wn, Smirli, XYl.ll'l'CIl, llerluysllire, lnlllllljlll, lJlCliUl'l1l.ll1, lilnmmer, Klein -I.1Cubsun, LIUlIl15Oll, Sliepliertl, Shelley l:.1l1lil1L1Ll5L'l', l'i'.1tl1er, RQISIDLINSCH, Linnlvert, Gray, Mcl".n'l.1nd, linnne, Ruskin, lirndtlle, li1NVlAlI1d5 MU EPSILON N Ci3ilx'lL1l'L1, Alilslrnni, Cline, G.n'ton, Burris, Cnress, Hmlin, Bain, Miller, Cntr, Doile, Perkins, Ul1l.1nc,l, iX'l.ll1O!1CY, Llngoe, Bruning, Setlwicli, Curtis Peaxrmn, Hill, Det'k.n'd, xYv.lTI'L'll, linmggxrtlner, McClain, Cieissler, Gmltlerl. Grovex, NVliite, Roberts, ROSS, Day, Cullmertion, Bell, Crist, Xlnrpliy. Moore, liLlYV.1I'LlS Gimxlangelo, Skinner, Hnlmcs, Apt, Iless, Scliurle, Hopson, Burnett, Morton, Houscr, Pontius l214l U We . EPSELO il W U Q ine, 1715, Boone, Grove: Hoglund, Hipp, Hartzler, Selig, Wiley, Budd, Owens, King, liulmcr, Simmons, Barnett, VC'olfe, Ruskin, Glick, Smnley Lovsi, Peterwn, Veal, McCoy, Cooper, Triblvle, Ayers. George, Fillmore, Crumrine, XVil5on, Slegmann, Sclimitr, Lumlw Dryden, Rossilon, Lumley, Mcllvain, Ilirsuhler, Groves, Howland, Herrman, Fuller, Roby, Vandermnu l2lSl ' OFFICERS ' P!'f'Sit1CIIf ,,,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,, 7 7 7 ,,,,, NOLA NEWTON Vive-Prcsizlwzt 7 7 KATHIQRINE POLLIQY ,,, Secretary 7 , ,,,, ,, NAIJl'lAN CRAv1cNs ,A v:,xA ag Treasurm' ,,7,77 7 ANNIE GOLDSMITH Y -6' Cfmplaizz 7 7 HILA BETH BURT G Editor 7, 7 77 7 , 77 , ,,, 7 ,, , , W INIFRED JONES Rvgiyfmr 7,, ,5,, 77 7 ,,,, 77 7 ,,, , Burrv Lou KILLE Rush Cnjifain CFirst Semesterj 7 7 MAIKCLARET BARBIZR Rush Cajifaiu fSecond Semesterj 7 JANE LooMIs A L P H A Hozzswfzoflner, Mrs. Rose West Hozzflwzry Sjionsor, Miss Catharine Strouse S I G M A P!lfl'0lI!'5Sl'S Mrs. E. L. Rowland Mrs. O. J. Borchers A L P H A Mrs. C. F. Gladfelter Mrs. C. R. Phipps Mrs. C. H. Conwell Sponsor, Miss Edna McCullough lilozverx, Aster and Narcissus Cbajnfer Big Sisier, Mrs. Fred Fleming Colors, Red and White, Green and Gold Alpha Sigma Alpha was founded November 15, 1901, at the Virginia State Normal School in Farmville. Within ten years Alpha Sigma Alpha had established thirteen chapters in seminaries, finishing schools, and colleges. At the sixth national conven- tion at Norfolk in 1912, the chapters entered the Panhellenic groups. The field of activity was restricted to teachers colleges and schools of education in universities at the convention for re-organization of the sorority at Miami University in 1914. Three years after the re-organization convention, the Kappa Delta Theta sorority of this campus petitioned for and received the Alpha Sigma Alpha charter. With enrolling, rushing, and pledging taken care of, the Alpha Sigs donned outfits suitable for the occasion and went on their annual Hayrack ride and picnic. Two weeks later the pledges entertained actives with the pledge party at the Student Union. For Homecoming this year, the Alpha Sigs decorated their house with a huge "Corlcy', accompanied by a compelling "Welcome," which brought many alumnae to the buffet supper. November 15, Emporia alumnae of the chapter entertained actives and pledges with a Founders Day dinner. Christmas was celebrated with two events: the Snowball Party at the Country Club, and a Christmas house party with the pledges furnishing the program of individual original songs. The social events of the year were cli- maxed in the spring with the annual Spring Formal and the Alpha Sig-Delta Sig Fare- well Party. CHAPTER ROLL Actives: Dorothea Abildgaard, Margaret Barber, Hila Beth Burt, Betty Cremer, Nadean Cravens, Harriet Cox, Cartha Decker, Ida Mae Elder, Ferne Enochs, Jane Findly, Lura Fitzgerald, Mary Frances Ford, Anne Goldsmith, Sue Gwinn Thornburg, Carroll Harmon, Winnie Jones, Betty Lou Kille, Jane Loomis, Evora Martin, Betty Moore, Nola Newton, Jane Osborne, Roma June Ozenberger, Katherine Polley, Marguerite Rice, Mary Mae Shull, Helen Tubbs, Vir- ginia Wiand, Jennie Williams, Doro- thy Wilson, Lucille Wilson, Dorothy Wingerd, Vernelle Worrel, Margaret Yearout. Pledges: Roberta Alspaw, Dorothy Atherton, Mary Carlson, Donita Dar- roch, Mary Hagins, Edwena Kuhl- man, Mary Jean Lewis, Sue Marsh, Margaret Ralstin, Ann Taylor, Nancy Terrill, Sally Whyman. 12161 ALPHA SIGMA ALPH Midst the hustle and bustle of campus life the Alpha Sigmas take time out to be entertained by Gene Austin, visiting Celebrity . . . Eight coeds from the Teaehers Col- lege . . . Hill: Beth "Santa Clausn Burt . . . In commemoration of the day of the birth of Alpha Sigma Alpha . . . The sorority house at the corner of Merchant and Twelfth beckons all grads at Homecoming with elaborate dec- orations . . . Snowball time is swingtime at the annual Christmas party at the Country Club . . . Mother XVest . . . Gala night life furnished by pledges at their annual party. 5.1 ALPHA SIGMA ALP Hg, A- :QI it I rf ' , , ' fs. - ff AIRS. Roar NY'15'1', LBOROTHIA A1slLDo,x,xR11, DORO1'IlX' ATHIRTON, IX1,-XRGARl.T BARBIR, HILA B1 'ru BUKT NIARY CLARLSON, H1XlilKIl.'I"I' Cox, NADEAN CHKAVLNS, BI.'l"1'x' CRLMLR CIARTHA L,l'.C'KER, Ilm MAE E1.m.R, JANE FINDLY, LURA F1'rzGER.u.n NYARY FRANLLQ FURD, Axxlg GOI.lJSN1lIH, MARY 11.-XGINS, CARROLL HARMON XX'1Nn-'Rl-.D ilomls, B1:'l"1'Y Lou KILLL, E11w15NA KUHLMAN, MARY' ,ILAN LEWIS, -IANE Loorvus l218l SUE TWARSII, livonm Mmuxx, Bl,'r'rY N1OORli, NOLA NIiW'l'l7N JANL Osuoxxr., Roxm JUNE O11 Nm RKJER, KATH1 MNL I'uI,1.Lx', NIARc..vxuL'l' RALSTIN IWARGULRITL Riczr, NIARY MAI: SHULI, Axx rl-AYIUR, NANCY VYERRIIL SUE Tuormnukcz, IIELFN TUISIES, Vmc,1NlA WYIANII, JENNIE W1xAL1,xMs DORUTHY w'ILSON, I,Uc11.L1 XYVIISON, IJUROTIIY XVIM. v ALPHA S I CMA A LP H A lzRD, M.1.Rm..xlu'T Y1,.xRou'1', XVIRNILII I219J XVUIUQLI ,We 33333 33 :E OFFICERS Q PVC'-YillC'7lf ..,,..,,... . ,.,..,...,.,,,,.A,..,,,,,. MARY MCDONOUGH X Vice-President ,3,7,3..A, ,, ,73,,,3 RUTH HORTON Secrefary-Treasurer ,,7Q, 7 ,,,, BURNICE CANN -, Chfllilrlili -.f--.ffYffff.ff... .,,,,,. L AVETA HARTSELL W Hisfofiun .,,- fff. . ,,,,.,-..,, . .f,.... . . ,,,,,,. ,,,.. . . AGNES HASLOUER Rimb Cclflfflfn ,,.,..,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W Y,,,,YYYYY, MARIE BOGUE Pa11l11'llc'11ic Reprcfsw11'afi'Lfr's MARIE BOGUE MARILYN CRAM MARY MCDONOUGH ALPHA SIGMA T A LJ Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jackson Dr. and Mrs. Paul Shebilsky Sponsor, Miss Helen Garman Patrons and Patroncsses Housemofber, Mrs. Frank Nason Colors, Emerald and Gold Flower, Yellow Rose Alpha Sigma Tau was founded at Ypsilanti, Michigan, in 1899. The sorority was first organized on Emporia State campus in the fall of 1920, and was known as Delta Gamma Rho. On April 4, 1923, Delta Gamma Rho accepted the invitation to become Iota chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau. The open motto of the sorority is "Active, Self- Reliant, and Trustworthy." Its official publication is the "Anchor.,' Iota chapter was hostess to Mrs. Carrie Staehle, Columbus, Ohio, national president of Alpha Sigma Tau from November 7 to November 15. Mrs. Staehle inspected the collegiate and alumnae chapters. Social events of the year included the annual Thanksgiving pledge party on November 18 at the Country Club, the founder's day dinner, tea, Christmas dinner and party, Valentine,s party, and the Spring formal. CHAPTER ROLL Actives: Mary McDonough, Ruth Horton, Marie Bogue, Caroline Somerfield, La- veta Hartsell, Agnes Haslouer, Ruth Dunlap, Burnice Cann, Sarah McCoy, Allene Kocher, Helen Haney, Marilyn Cram, Katherine Golden, Martha Hall, Rosemary Has- louer, Edith Douthit. Pledges: Mary Pooler, Charlene Mobley, Thelma Marburger, Margery Clevenger, Maxine Oelschlaeger, Mar- garet Russell, Annabelle Morgan, Helen Reese Snyder. I220I l221I ALPHA SIGMA TAU Keeping the Alpha Sigma Tau home fires burning . . . Relaxation at the chapter house . . . After a hard d:iy's Work of studying . . . Harmonizin, . . . Last call for dinner . . . Pledges, yes-no? . . . Such concentration, such absorp- tion! If their teachers could only see them now . . . Just sittin' and knittin'. x 'F KW 'M Q 4 f .4 NX WWW ALPHA SIGMA TAU 1-fpralg u!1'.S61'4j IOM of Mui: fa flrc Q17 Whafff c,,jl,G9fl,,., f'roo,s Thg C.Q.YV!flA5- MKffA6H5 Mus. FRAMQ NASUN, MARH. Boom, Bulwlu. CANN, Emu: IJOUTHII KA-XTHI MINE CQUIDFN, N1.'xkTH.'x FIALL. l"1,oR1,Nc1 HAx1x', L,-ul 1.x HAR'l'Sl,l.I. Ac,N1,s IIAs1,uU1n, Rosa Mmm' IIASLQUI nz, RUTH l'IOR'l'ON, A1l.1,N13 KOLIIIQR IZZZI SARAH MQCOY, MARY NILLJONOUGII, MARY Poomax, CARo1,1N1: Somlalu-A11aLD LILLIAN Monuav, THLLMA Mmusuncmz, RUTH DUNLAP, IWARILYN CZRANI MARGAliE'I' Russm, MAXINE OI:1.SCHI.ALGER, MAIKJOIRIIE C1,15vnNGER, ANNAHILLLE MOIKGAN, H. SNYDER f 4 A! is -wi ,Q- ':'1 ' 3 A L -- , ,--.... ALPHA SIC-MA TALI LZZSI ' ' OFFICERS Q President .,7 .. ...7... .. ,, , ,. .,A. ,. . ANN SHERRARD Vice-President ,,,,. DOROTHY SCHNEIDER Secretary 7,,..... 7,,.R. LENA RUTH MILLER Q A Treasurer ,,E.E ,...,E M ARGARET SICKLES Chaplain. E,,,E,,,E., . ELIZABETH KEIMIG LW" Historian .,,,,,,., ,,,.,,..,,. ,..I,, ,,L.,.,,,,,,, J o MCCLELLAN Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,.,, .. ,,,. ,,.,,,,..,,.,,,., V E KAY HUNSAKER Rush Captains BETTY IVIEARS MARGARET WHIPKEY Panlzellcnic Representatives D E L ANN SHERRARD LENA RUTH MILLER BETTY JANE YOCUM Sponsor, Miss Esther Swart S I G Cloapter Hostess, Mrs. Nellie Hall Patroncsses E P S I L G N Miss Gertude Brown Mrs. T. B. Lord Mrs. C. E. Arnett Honorary Pafroness, Mrs. F. L. Gilson Colors, Olive Green and Cream Flower, Cream Tea Rose Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon was founded at Oxford, Ohio, on September 23, 1914. The sorority grew rapidly and in 1917 became the fourth group to join the Association of Educational Sororities. Epsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon was an outgrowth of the Omega Literary Society, which was organized in 1911 with an endeavor to produce fine literary work and to add social life for its members. The publication of Delta Sigma Epsilon is the "Shield" which is published as a quarterly. The most important social events of the year began with one of the most outstanding pledge parties the pledges of Delta Sigma Epsilon have ever given. On October 17 and 18 the National Organizer, Miss Hilda Stein, of Carbondale, Illinois, visited the sorority and held an inspection of the chapter. Friday, October 18, a tea was given in her honor. This was followed by the annual Christmas Party which was given at the Country Club. The annual Spring Dinner-Dance was given at the Student Union. The Mother's Week-end in May was of especial interest. Just the right finishing touch was given to the year of social events by the annual Delta Sig-Alpha Sig Farewell Party. CHAPTER ROLL Actives: Betty Alexander, Virginia Ashbaugh, Velma Bean, Bette Bechtoldt, Ruth Craig, Kitty Doyle, .Doris Fleming, Geraldine Harden, Helen Hendry, Corrine Hobbs, Ve Kay Hunsaker, Marian Ives, Elizabeth Keimig, Jo McClellan, Betty Mears, Lena Ruth Miller, Virginia Mouse, Imogene Newcomer, Beverly Patterson, Nadine Patterson, Thelma Ray, Dorothy Schneider, Felicia Ann Sherrard, Margaret Sickles, Elizabeth Siebert, Winifred Smith, Elizabeth Weigand, Margaret Whip- key, Betty Jane Yocum. Pledges: Helen June Archer, Olive Ferrin, Betty Jefferies, Rogena Marts, Mildred Pray, Virginia Smith. l224I DELTA SIGMA EPSILON President Ann Sherrard proudly holds the scholarship Cup won by the Delta Sigmns . . . Alumnae were elaborately welcomed for Homecoming . . . Christ- mas swingsters enjoyed dancing under the Cotton snowflakes . . . A game of star checkers, singing, and Ugob festingl' provide entertainment for the social as well as book-minded sorority sisters . . . Seeing is believing, so we know the pledge party was a huge success. l225l 'Nr' 'Q !"N "li-4' . -wwf' DELTA SIGMA EPSILO Mm. H.'Xll, IBLTN' IXLIXANIJIIR, l'iEI.1,N ,IUNL IXRK HIR, Vmc.IN1A IXSIIHAIIGII, VIIMA B1 'xx Brlrxi BliC1'ilUIll'l', 1lU'I'lI CRAIG, Ac.N11s 17uY1.x-1, QUIIVI1 FIJRRIN, Home IJLIMING C1u.fxLmrx1 lhlumlx, PIILIN IIINDRN, CAQRRINI Ilolxlss, VI, KAY IiL'vsAKFR, BLXRION Ins lin IIN I1.l1x1u1.s, l.I,ILXlH,Ili lxl I 226 IMYG, ,lo MLCL1 1.1 AN ff" .V . - - -, f f , . .J I ff- ' - ' ' L . X A nf, ff ' ' -.1 ,K - .,,, I 4 ' A " .,' -grit ' . s K - 1 'Y - - " . " , , . ' Q 1 ,, . A 4 X 5 I , al n v P X Y , A 4 N " wr , , -4- "' 1 x f--X 4 4 ,.., s , . 1 ' 1 V . A: lv 1 X Ronnxfx MARTS, Bnrrx' Mrmxs LINK Rumi Munn, V1::u1Nm Mousr. Ixmcslyxlp Nfwctumnn 1 , X , .. - BINERI Y Px'1'T1 MON, Nmmlxk P.x1x'1,R5ox, XIIIIYIHIB Paw. ,VIII I wx RM, Doxiolln' Scum mua 1 , K ' . , ,. . -,. ., M ANN SHVRRARD, M1XRGAIil'T SIf'Kl.I.S, l'illlAlSl"I'lI Srl.Bl.:a'r, V1ru:m1,x Smwi, XYVINIIRFD Smrrr ' "' L ,,, I 4 , ... .LA K K g Ii1.IZ.'XBI'IH XY'E1c,xxn, Xf.XilC.XRLI' XYHIPKI w. BETIY jxxr Yozuu , .X E 1, 4., - 4 4 , 1 . s.. X 7 ,e L -. Tv .Aw ., Qs W. 4051 DELTA SIGMA EPSILO xv!-.ff ,wv""'. Hvwmvfi l2271 ib- i .uh pls if ' - 1351, K ' by ' TQQ? E OFFICERS N i W lp P1'cside11I ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,7,,,,,, , U , W VERA VASSAR an Wfifl'-PYl'Xft'!!'lIf ,,,,,, ,. ,,,, ,,,,,, , BETTY FULTS K 'J C0l'1'l,XIJCI1'lljifICQ Secrrfiary W ,,,,,, JANET WILSON Rc't'm'rfi11g Sl'l'l'L'ftll'y ,,,,7,.,, ,,,,,, L ORENE RADKE Tl'L'r1X111'f'r Y,,V,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,7,,, . . .,,,, . ,,,,, HFZLEN DICKEY Sjlwzsors P I Dr. Minnie Miller Mrs. Edwin J. Brown Palwmv and Pafrmzcvves KA P P A Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Schmutz Mr. and Mrs. George C. Wilson S I G M A Honorary Pafronms, Mrs. H. G. Lull Houscflfzoffacr, Miss Emma Jones Flowers, Jonquil and Forget-Me-Not Colors, Turquoise Blue and Gold Pi Kappa Sigma was founded at Michigan State Normal School, Ypsilanti, Michigan. A local club, Sigma Gamma, became Iota chapter on February 22, 1918. The sorority magazine, "The Laurelf' is issued quarterly to members and alumnae of the twenty-eight chapters. A national convention is held every three years. Miss Ethelmae Sidlow, national second vice-president, formerly a member of Iota chapter, was a guest of Pi Kappa Sigma October 29, 30 and 31. Miss Sidlow was en- tertained with a tea given in her honor Saturday, October 29, at the chapter house. Founder's Day was observed with a formal dinner November 17, at the Mit-Way Hotel. The social calendar included the Pledge Party, Christmas Party, Spring Formal, and Farewell Party. CHAPTER ROLL Actives: Frances Blackman, Ellen Louise Byrd, .Dorothy Cotton, Helen Dickey, Dorothy Edds, Betty Fults, Evelyn Gatz, Ruth Helen Gilkison, Betty Hinshaw, Marian James, Jerry Kearns, Dorothy Kimball, Loretta Maloney, Ruth Mangelsdorf, Virginia Price, Lorene Radke, Gwen Smith, Vera Snodgrass, Gladys Standley, Jane Stewart, Janet Wilson. , ,- li . 'is Pledges: Clarice Fay, Kathryn Gillette, Mary Jane Knouse, Maxine McLaughlin, Claranell Riddle, Mary Jane Shouse, Wilma Ward. 12281 PI KAPPA SIGMA E229l ww, : Every phase of sorority life is portrayed here by Pi Kappa Sigma . . . Studiously gleaning fragments of book learning . . . Now the day is oier and it's time for Aunt .Io to tuck in her charges . . . Picnics or horses? . . . Dancing time . . . just recreating . . . Leaving for those eight o'cloek classes . . . "Oh, for the life and leisures of an active," sigh four pledges. in PI KAPPA SIGMA Mus. KIONLS, FRANCIS BL,u.lxM,xN, IZLLLN livun, Donxonn' COTTON IILLLN IDILKEY, 1JORO'l'l1Y EDDS, B1 TTY l:UI,TS EVELYN GATI, RUTH QSILKISON, KA'rmu11lN1. Q:vIl.Lli'I"I"l'II BETTY HINSHAW, IWARIAN JAMTQ, G1.1zM.UlNL. IQIARNS, Dokorux' KIMHALL I230J MAxlNla MckI.AUGHl.lN, Lo1u.'1'TA MALONI-Y, RUTH MANKil'll.SIJOlllf PI KAPPA SIGMA VIRGINIA P1114 L, Lo1u.xL Rmmxu., MARY JANE SH0UsL Al,1wEN1mu1,YN SMITH, Vlzlm SNQDGRASS, CQLADYS S'1'ANm,11Y .IA N11 S'1'1 xv,xR1', .I.'xNL'1' WILSON, WYILNIA XVARD, XVKRA VASS.-XR , -'P""'x rev' f2311 3 .1 d W OFFICERS Presnlenzf , ,M,.,...A, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .. ., Vic'e-President Recording Secrefary .,,,,, . . C0rrc'sjJ0m1i11g Sr'1'1'efurj1 ,,,,,7,,,,, . .. ...,.,, .. Treasurer ,,,.,,,.7 . , Prrrarzzrrrii'izrjrrirrrrriiilrir EILEEN KIRBY .. . HELEN PYLE .- JUNE STARK VELMA PARKS LORENE DURR Ruth Moore Arlene Stark Beulah Baum S I G M Sponsor, Miss Irene DeMun A Przzfrons amz' Patronesses S I G All A Dr. and Mrs. C. o. Meredith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rice Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Eppink SIGMA Housvmoffaer, Mrs. J. Fred Boggess Colors, Purple and White Flower, Violet Pi chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma, which received its charter in Emporia in 1917, is one of the 33 active chapters of the oldest educational sorority established at the Virginia State Normal School, Farmville, Virginia, in 1898. "Faithful unto death" is the open motto of Sigma Sigma Sigma. "The Triangle" is the quarterly publication of the sorority. The annual pledge party was held December 9 in the chapter house. Three other outstanding social functions were the Christmas Dance at the chapter house, the Mid- Winter Formal, February 11, also held at the house, and the Spring Formal given at the Broadview, May 6. One pledge and eleven actives attended the Regional Meet in Wichita, October 22-23, and were presented the prize for the chapter having the most representatives. The prize was a gold door-knocker which has been placed on the door at 310 West Twelfth. Another time, Tri Sigma received top honors and a loving cup at the annual Singing Bee given by Phi Mu Alpha. Sigma Sigma Sigma observed the forty-first Founder's Day dinner on April 20. CHAPTER ROLL Actives: Betty Jeanne Bachman, Betty Barker, Freda Bornschein, Margaret Bowers, Doris Brueggeman, .Dorothy Brueggeman, Bette Bush, Roberta Bush, Dorothy Dabbs, Lorene Durr, Nadine Engler, Faith Goodwin, Barbara Harper, Von Lee Hendrickson, Opal Kendall, Eileen Kirby, Barbara Lawless, Mary Louise Louis, Lucille Moore, Ruth Moore, Dorothy Newman, Wilma Nienstedt, Emilie Overpeck, Mary Anita Pace, Velma Parks, Barbara Pyle, Helen Pyle, Mil- dred Rhea, Ruth Schottler, Mary Pauline Slough, Arlene Stark, June Stark, Rose Marie Steinweden, Frances Summers, Josephine Taggart, Maxine Vanderhoff. Pledges: Elberta Hoard, Nadine Tomson, Ruth Taylor, Glennis Ayres, Mary Kay Foster, Allie Mac Cronkite, Lucille Williaiiis, Ada Thierault, Willa Mae Teem, Elaine Peterson, Mary Jane McMahan. l232l me Sigma Sigma Sigma presenting n ycnr's fun fest . . . A mixture of chocolate pie, one pledge and hell week . . . NVinter comes and leaves do fall . . . Ole Man Winter' trans- figures 310 Wfest 12th . . . Twelve new pledges start the year smiling . . . Hot dogs! . . . Sally Sigmas and dates brought 'em back alive . . . Just posin, . . . And Ll good time was had by all at the pledge party. l l2331 SIGMA SEGMA SIGMA if sv i ff Hi , Q.. -. .. I , f . , . ' l R 'W ' 52. , . fi Q . W '::' gl ik, K AL .S-M 1 'frg-. 54,1 In A il 5 N ' A L5 M M wx + eg su .. V. S Q SIGMA SIGMA S GMA f 3, : ' ,.,. 5 '-1? fi' 1-'il E A m . iff' SLWQJZ-' 1, ,.,':. , 15 if ffi A " 1 1 , 5 lg .K -- , I I if , SS . A M -- f A - LSSS S 4: K ,. X gli K, .. " A ,,-. 1 , S 1 A Li W "!'7"?W2y ' L. -. 2549 Q 2:2 349 .fri 1 lfifiweff x'r-?1?1f7r- f" . , A., ,ix ws 1 ,f2:...?,,a I .Y-I ki, , Mas. Boczcnss, Miss 1jlQIVfUN, GLISNNIS AYILRS, Blfrrx' .IVANNL1 BAQHMAN, BILTTY BARKFK Ax, Dozaoruv 1'muEc.n.l-,MAN . , ry NORMA Bnoous, B11'rTE BUSH, Rom-'RT,x RUSH, ALL11-3 Mm: CSRONKITF, DLJROTHX' Drums NADI NIQ ENGIJCR, MARY KAY Fos'1'l4.k, LQKLNE DURR, Ilnrru CQOODWIN, Bmumnfx IVIARPIQK N ! BLULAH BAUM, FRIZDA BORNSHIJN, MARGARLT Bowmcs, Domus BRUVGUEM X v We M , A YMQM ISI HENDRICKSQDN, ELBLRTA l'i0APD, OPAL KFNDAL1., Fu.:-.LN KIRBY, ISARBAKA Lmvllss I 234 1 MARY LOUISE LOUIS, MAIRY JANE MCMAIIAN, LUCILLE MOUIKE, RUTH MOORI2, DORO'l'liY NIZWMAN VUILMA NEINSTED'I', EMILIE OVERPECR MARY PAc:E VL I P .fr 4 31 I X, ff,-' .- ,,I.. 4 S W. . Emp, , , ILMA ARRS, ELAINE PETERSON BARIIARA PYLE, HELLN PYLE, AULDRLD RHEA, RU'I'II Sc1IIOTTI.I2R, NIARY P.-XULINIE SLOUGH ARLI-.NE STARR, JUNK STARR, ROSIQ MARIE SIIQINWIQDIQN, FRANCIS SUMMEIIS, JOSEPIIINE ,FAGCART RUTH T'AYI,OR, XXIILLA MAIQ TEEM, AIIA T11-!IliRAUI,'I', NADINli TONISON, MAXINE VANI7l1liHOI'l-', I.. XVILLIAMS . 1 I iw " h x' 4,7 A A -- -A - ' -Z gy A 'ff-' ff- ':- A Y I A - -:aw - 4.15 : I 159.55 'iv gimw f P f ' iff' ' le'Q'f-STA. 4 .5-nf ,- - AX -. ' , ,zffks 3 I- ' :y i I A 'A 'tvxi 1 S Q Y ' SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA l23S1 OFFICERS Pmident , ,. ,A... . ., . . 7 ARLENE SCHANBACHER I W Vice-President .7 , , , D OLLY RODEE b F Spfrctgry ,,,w,,,, ,,,,,,, W ILOMENA MULLIGAN Treasurer ,,,,,,,, A,,A.,,,.. . .. DOROTHY RIEMER -if" '59 Editor , 7 ,., , , 7 7 ,. . , , , , , 7 ., , , . S ARA JUNE JOHNSON Punbcfllenic' Rc'presc'nlafiL'c's Dolly Rodee Dorothy Riemer La Vonne Hyle T H E Sponsor, Miss Pearl Weidman Honorary Sponsor, Miss Queen Harper S I C M A Pafronesses Mrs. W. K. Calhoun Mrs. G. T. Ozenberger U I Mrs. Elsie H. Pine Mrs. R. R. Pickett Mrs. R. E. Wortman Mrs. Fred Scott H01lSFIIl0fl7PV, Mrs. W. S. Ruggles, Jr. Colors, Pink and Silver Flower, Pink Rose Theta Sigma Upsilon sorority was founded at Emporia in 1907 and was known as Sigma Literary Society until March 25, 1921, when the national organization was founded by Frances Harshbarger, and it became Alpha chapter. There are fourteen active chapters. The open motto is "The Higher Good." The official publications are "the Torch" and "The Shieldf, The fifth National Convention will be held at Mackinac Island, Michigan, in August, 1939. Social events included the pledge party at the Country Club, the Spring party at the Student Union, and the Minerva Day dinner at the house. The chapter house is at 1011 Merchant Street. U CHAPTER ROLL Actives: Arlene Schanbacher, Dolly Rodee, Wilomena Mulligan, Mildred Blansit, Emelyn Woodard, La Vonne Hyle, Mary Wallingford, Dorothy Riemer, Sara June Johnson. Pledges: Kathleen Freeman, Nancy Wallingford, Frances Parker, Lois Flanagan, Josephine Deister. 52361 Recreation at Home JOSIPHINI1 IJEISTILR, Lois FLANAGAN, KATHLEEN FREEMAN, LA XVONXF HYLE SARA JUNE .IoHNioN, XYYILOLIIQNA BIULLIGAN, FRANCES PARKFR, DL3ROI'lIX' RPIBIITR 1jOI.lY Rom.E, IXRLENIQ SCl1ANBAc:1l1.R, THETA SIGMA UPSILON IWARY vVALI,INGI"Olill, NANCY XYVALLINGVORIJ, AIARY XWOODARIJ 2371 1 ww-eq., Winnetaskgl was organized in 1931 by a group of Em- poria State girls who were interested in having an organiza- tion to further their social and cultural interests. The membership was opened to any girl who was not affiliated with a Greek-letter society and has grown until there are over two hundred members this year. The name "XVinnetaska'I was chosen because it is an Indian name meanin' " leasant Iau fhterf, The insi nia I h is P is A s is the Indian moon and stars, symbols of light. The main objective of the organization is the further- ance 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, the brother organization. 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. The Emporia State organization is the only one of its kind at any of the five state schools of Kansas. The chief social events of the year are the Fall Formal and the Spring Formal. ++ OFFICERS Pl't'Sfl1C'lIf ,,,,,,, ,,,, . .. .. I-IEL1-LN GRI!-il4'ITH Vin'-Pi'4'siJe11l MARGARET KIRBY S!'t'l'CffIl',j' ,,,, .. GEOIKGIIX FLNTJ511 7Il'l'Ll.YIll't'l' .. ELIZABIQTH OSBORN + + 1'a1'rons Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Gray Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Nagge Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Hiett I238I W NNETASKA Dancing on the Zuider Zee beside the windmill, the XY"innet:1ska 'irls went Ev "Dutch" nt their spring party. The l239J non-sorority social organization under the leadership of six officers had many other social functions such as the ligzy- rack ride and the fall frolic in the Stu- dent Union. Ccren, Hcllincr, Jones, Kidel, Vnutrnvers, Pointer, Ruud, Austin, Russel, Mntlit-ws, Lyon, Tinklcr, Mctllcr, Xhlllll.llNSOl'i, Zcnw, Flccncr, Ridge, linchr. Clgrla Nfcycr, McBride, Shelley, Vlfltu, XY'ntts, Short, Barnaby, Brown, llority, l.iml.nnood, I,u.tr, lfitzgcrald, Hanwn, liichcrt, Schnnnovcr, liollinc, Wcmciplw, liroomficlnl Rinnscy, iluhmon, liurtluuc, I'i.1n1ilton, Ptiiuck, Dawson, Vilandcr, Vincent, liundall, Pcrkins, Snonlgiaiss WINNETASKA Masters, Pcnncr, Cooley, Rciff, Clark, Clayton, Smith, Harden, Hill, Snider, Monson, Lash, Lush, Davidson Cronkite, Childs, Himcnbank, Socolofsky, Howland, Lyman, Fdtly, Decker, Davidson, Brown, Snccd, Brcnncr, llill'I'lS, W'ii'Sig, Gooclruni Klastcrs, Nlillcr, Dixon, I51'n.iilsLi'uct, Rlillcr. Cunninglinin, Evans, Nlillcr, Klillcr, Strimplc, XYYl'AiIilliCl' l240 il Bates, Kinsey, Long, Hart, Starkey, Chiles, Burkholder, Steelsmith, Christensen, Peters, Carter, XVoolpcrt, Kealy, Lash, Gilstrnp Sager, W'entZ, linker, Symns, Steckel, Peterson, Howard, Kirgis, Klutz, Beighle, Rude, McKenzie, lissiek, Hellmer, Ryan Glick, Brophy, Adams, Hinshaw, Thiernult, linkin, Wlilker, Lane, Nlorris, Haag P--- Ql WINNETASKA Floyd, Rosier, Moore, Keech, Klein, Osborn, Parsons, Coplen, W'atermt1n, Gault, Rinehart, Noland, Hawbccker, Xvlllldlil ettison. -tofus, Stolfus, Phenneger, NVilkins, Potter, Vfnrren, Adanis, Soenlofsky, Nlingle Vincent, Benson, Beichley, Morton I". Allen, H. Allen, Kirlin, Osborn, Griffith, Fenter, Kirby, Daly, Ray, Boys, Norvell K2411 Abildgaard, Dorothea ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,, -,,,,M,Y,,,.-,,,, 123, 184 Adams, Clara Louise ,,,, Adams, William ,,,,,....,, Adams, Zola ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Aeschliman, Edna .,,.,,,, Aeschliman, Leonard Agrelius, F. U. G. Aguilar, Amila ,,...,.,, Ahlstrom, Albert N. ,185,186,188,195, 78, 44, 78, 30, 134, 218 241 148 241 30 210 202 146 214 Aiken, R. ,,,,,,,,,,,,. YYY,,,, ,Y,,,,.,, 1 4 7 Akers, Orland ,,,, ,,,,,,,.,, 4 4 Aldrich, Carl ,,,.,1,,, ,,,,, 7 3, 193 Alderfer, Bernice ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 4, 133 Aldridge, Chas. E, ,,,,,,,,, 78, 214 Alexander, Betty Jean ..1,. 60, 226 Alfrey, Irena ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, YY,Y,,, 7 8, 132 Allen, Frances ,,,, ,,,,,Y,Y,,,,, 7 8, 241 Allen, Helen ......, ,,,, 4 4, 145, 241 Allen, Josephine ,,,,, ,,,,,Y, 6 0, 147 Allen, Robert .,.,,, ,,,., 6 0, 206 Allen, Virginia .... ,,,,, 3 0, 146 Allred, Avis E. .,,,,,,, ,,,. 4 4, 133 Allsbury, John W. ,,,,,, ,,,.,.,,,,, 4 4 Altwegg, Beth ,.,.,.. ,,..,.,,,,,. , ,, 60, 144 Ames, Victor ....,,,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 4, 202 Anderson, Annabel ,.... 30, 136, 145, 148 Anderson, Hazel ..,.,, . .. .,,,,,,,,, 147 Anderson, Robert W. .. 60 Anderson, Roy M. ,..... ,,,, ,,,, 7 8 Andres, Katie H. ...... ...,., 1 45, 147 Andrews, Ted F. ,...... ....,, 4 4, 147 Andrews, Helen R. ..... ,,,,,,.. 6 0 Andrews, Mrs. Mae ,,.. ...,.,,,,,,,,. 1 47 Applegate, M. Creola ...., ,,..,....,, 3 0, 144 Apt, Willis G. ............ .... 7 s, iss, 214 Archer, H. June ...... ..... 7 8, 144, 226 Armstrong, John F. .... ............... ....... 1 4 0 Armstrong, LeRoy ,..... ........................., 2 10 Arndt, Genrose .,......,... ..... 4 4, 139, 145, 147 Arndt, John NV. ............ .......,........ .........,. 7 8 Arnett, Claude E., Jr. ...,.. ........ 3 O, 121, 128, 202 Arnett, C. E. .....,.,......... ,...................,,,.,........., 2 02 Ashbaugh, Virginia Lce ....,, 60, 185, 186, 187, 226 Atherton, Dorothy ,....... ................. 7 7, 78, 210 Aubuchon, Julian ..,. ..,. 6 0, 153, 157 Austin, Aline ,..,..,........ .,.., 4 4, 141, 240 Austin, Linus .......,,.....,.,.., .,,,. 3 0, 143, 193 Austin, Harry Warren .... .............. 1 53 Avery, Alice L. ....,,,....... ..... 6 0, 141 Avery, Jennie M. ..,,. ....,...,,,,...... 3 0, 143 Ayers, Albert F. ..., 30, 134, 140, 215 Ayers, Glennis ................ ..,....,........ 7 8, 234 Ayers, Verne M. .......................................... 44, 206 Bachmann, Betty Jeanne ........................................ U,,YW,,,,,,,,2,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 60, 152, 153, 154, 156, 234 Bacon, Beatrice Lucile ........................................ 144 Baehr, Ruth Suzanne ..... ..... 6 O, 240 Bahr, Arthur ......,...... . .,.....a 73 Bailey, Florence ....,.. ..... 1 52 Bailor, Helen Dean .... -..-...---- 7 3 Bain, Warren ...,...... .. 44, 214 DEX 12421 Baker, Bernice ..... ,,,,, 6 0, 142, 241 Baker, Lillian ,,,,,,,,, -,,,-- 6 0, 132, 137 Baldw'n, James ,,,,,,,,,,, YYVY YYYYYYYYVYY 1 6 7 Bales, Orin Roland ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 4 , 141 Bangs, Mary J. ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Barber, Margaret .,...., 44, 185, 188, 218 Barker, Betty ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3, 234 Barnaby, Nellie Mac ..... 44, 145, 147, 240 Barncord, Robert ,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,, , 78, 140, 214 Barnes, Levi ,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,, 6 0, 152, 153, 157 Barnett, Raymond L. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9, 140, 215 Barnthson, Mary ,,,,., YYYV Y Y ,,,,,,,,, 60 Barr, Glada B. .... . ,,,, 79 Barrett, Maxine ,. . 79 Barrett, E. R. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, YYYY 2 1 Barricklow, Waunita ,.... ,... 4 4 Bartell, Arlene ,,.,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 Bartley, Garrett W. 78 Baskett, Betty Lee ...... .... 4 5, 158, 147 Basom, Merle ....,,..,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79 Bateman, Verla .... . . . 79, 144 Bates, Josephine ...... .. . 79, 133 241 Baum, Beulah ........ ,,,,,. 45, 195, 234 Baumgartner, Ferne ..., ...... 4 5, 141, 147 Bays, Olga ..,,.............,.... ...,,,, .,.. ...,,,,,.,. . 4 5 Baysinger, Ada Carol .... ...... 3 0, 152, 156 Baysinger, Kathryn ..,., .,,. ....... 4 5 , 146, 148 Bean, Velma .............. ..., 7 9, 132, 141 226 Bear, Pauline M. ...... 60, 133, 138, 144 Beattie, Lyndle R. ..... ............. . ........, . . 79 Bebout, Naomi Ruth .... ,....... . .. 30, 139 Beclitoldt, Bette . ......... .... 4 5, 139, 147 226 Bedwell, Lonnie F. .1 ........ .......... 45 134, 140 Beichley, Maxine CLaura5 ................ ............. . .. ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 60, 1.32, 137, 142, 241 Beighle, Floy Irene ...,.,........ ...................... . 79 241 Bell, Elva ,...,,,.,........... 45, 122, 130, 133 138 147 Bell, James Stanley ............................ 79, 134, 214 Belting, Robert ..,,..... ...... ..... 4 5 , 206 Bender, Calista .......... ............. 7 9 132 Bennett, Elizabeth .... 30 133 139 Bennett, Ralph ...... ..,, 6 0, 206 Bennett, XVillis ...... .... 4 5, 210 Bennett, Zclma ..... . .............. 79 Benson, June .....,.... .. 61, 142 241 Berry, Eula Mae ...... .... ............ 1 4 9 Bertschinger, Ruth ......... ............ . 79 Beyer, Elsie Jane ..,............ YYY- 7 9 133 Bidwell, Chester Harold .... 79, 210 Biegler, Jean ...................... ..--.-... 4 79 Bippus, Evelyn .... . ....-.--.,... 80 Bippus, Florence .... .... .... ---...-.. - 3 0 Bird, Harold ............. .... 4 5, 146 148 Black, Virginia Lee .... .... ......--....-. 3 0 Blackman, Frances .... .... . - ..-.,.-- 30 230 Blackman, L. E. .... ..... 1 26, 123, 143 Blansit, Mildred .... ...-..-...-----f- - - 142 Blehm, Richard ..... ....-- 3 0, 143, 214 Blender, Philip ........... -,-. 1 40, 214, 146 Bodine, Leota .....,................-....a-.--.-,---.-f----- -- 61 240 Bogue, Marie ,..... 45, 185, 186, 138, 189 195 222 W-HYY-A--Wu,W,,YYW,,m,,,,,,,,,,,,,,... 45 198 Bohn, Homer 1 61 215 157 234 188 234 241 45 45 80 240 148 149 144 198 240 214 146 234 240 241 132 202 240 202 240 61 206 149 80 206 214 234 234 202 80 215 202 145 215 214 240 241 185 214 210 214 206 218 144 234 234 147 18 141 61 198 230 81 186 144 202 222 214 218 146 Boon, Carol ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.1A.,,,,,,,,,AYY,YYY,YYY,Y, Boone, Roscoe ,,v, ,,... 4 5, 124, 134 141, 214, Borchers, O. J. ..,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y, , 1 54, Bornsehein, Freda ,,,,.. ,,,,,,, 2 8, 51, 138, Borton, Imogene ..,.,...,,, .... 3 0, 155, 156, Bowers, Margaret Eliz. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,V,,,, Boys, Edith .17,777777,,.... 7,,, 4 5, 132, 142, Brackney, Helen .,.1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Branch, Frances M. ,,,, Brenner, Lois R. 1,,,, ......,....,,,,,, . Brenner, Ordella ,,,,,,,--,, ,,,,,,,1,,,Y,,,YYYYYYY, 6 1, Brice, Mary C. .,.,,.. - ......,, ..,,,, 3 0, 136, 145, Bridgewater, Winfrey ,.,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 0 , Briles, Dorothy A. ...... .,,.,,,, , Brittain, Byron ....... ,,,,. 8 0, Broadstreet, Leona ..... ......... Broddle, Bertram .,.. ...... 4 5, Brooks, Hubert .,.... ......... Brooks, Norma ........,. ..... 8 0, Broomfield, Martha ..... ........ 8 0, Brophy, Dorothy ....... 30, 141, Brown, Elizabeth .....,. . 61, Brown, Edw. ..,...... ......... 2 3, Brown, Mary Ellen ,,.... 80, 152, Brown, Joseph P, ....... 46, 144, Brown, Rhoena .... 80, 132, 145, Brown, Roberta ...... .......................... Brown, Robert E. ,,.,, ,,..,. 6 1, Browning, Rozetta ,.,.... ..... 3 1, Bruce, Florence Ellora ............. .... .................. Bruner, Bill ,,,,,,,,,.,,.,..,., - .......,. ............... 3 0, Bruning, Herbert ....... W ...... 46, 134, 148. Brueggemann, Doris ........ ...,.... 8 0, Brueggemann, Dorothy ,.,,., ..,... S 0, Bryant, Glenn ,.,,... ........ . ..... . . 46, Brymer, Margaret B. ..,.... ..... . Budd, Othello ........ . 61, 143, Buenning, Lorenz .... 46, 131, Bullard, Amy .......... ......... 4 6, Bulmer, D. R. ....,,..... so, 154, Bumgardner, Henry ..,..,,.,..,..,.,,.... ..... 8 0, 198, Burdet, Juanita ..............,....-..............f-..fff-f- 80, Burkholder, Catherine .. 31, 133, 141, 144, 146, Hurling, Tiny ,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,............. 46, 143, 144, Burris, Clarence ...... ...............f.fff--f- Burnett, Eldon ..... ...... ,,.... . . 61, 141, Burnett, Robert tt..t. ............. YYYYYYYY- 8 1 5 Burns, Carter L. ,..,. ...., 4 6, 134, 140, 148, Burt, Hila Beth .,..... ..................... 6 1, 142, Burton, Rita Mae ,..... 31, 132, Bush, Bette ..,.,,,.,,.... ..,.. ..........Y - 2 2 31, Bush, Roberta ,.,,,.,........ ..... 6 1, 131, 135, Butcher, Mary Louise .... .............. ----f-f Butcher, Thos. W. .... -------------- - Butterfield, Edwin ..... ----V- 4 6, Buxton, Burga Mae .tttt ------------------ Buzzard, Robert ,,...... -- 59, 61, Byrd, Ellen Louise ...., . 31, 133, Cadwallader, Viola .... ------f------A---- Cadwallader, Vivia .,,.... 5 136, 144, Caldwell, Nola Belle .,.. ------A-- 3 1, Canfield, Dale ....tt.tt . ----f- 465 Cann, Burnice ......... -----'----A 4 65 Caress, Emmet H. ...ftt ------ 3 15 146, Carlson, Mary ........ 31, 142, Carpenter, Wilbur tttt -Y--------A------e- Carr, Myra ....,.,,,,.... - 46, 1355 Carr, Vernon ..... 81, 142 202 12431 Carson, Eleanora E. ,. ,,,,, 81, 149 Carter, Betty Frances ....., 143, 241 Carthrae, Ernestine ,,,,,, YYYYYVVY g 1 Cartwright, Harold ,1,.,, AYYYYYYVYYVYYY 3 1 Cary, DeXVayne ,,,,,,,,,, mn 46, 193 Case, Mildred Louise ., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 61 Caspari, Dick ........... ,,,,,,,,,,,1,, 3 1, 210 Cassel, Robert F. .... ,,,,, 8 1, 134, 140 Castor, Beatrice ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 1, 132, 152 Cater, Wesley ...,,...,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,YY,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 1 Caywood, Keith E. ,...,.,, 140, 167, 171, 172, 179 Chapman, Leota M. ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,,YY, 81, 132 Cheeseman, Wfilbur ,....,................,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 81, 198 Childers, Richard ...... 31, 153, 157, 194, 202 Childs, Hazel ,.,..... ..,. 4 6, 138, 152, 155, 155 Childs, Laura ........... ................,.... 6 1, 152, 240 Chiles, Letha .....,......,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,1,,,YY 8 1, 241 Chrisensen, Margaret ,, ..... 46, 133, 139, 241 Chubb, Dorothy ,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 2 132, 142 Church, Winfred ,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 1, 202 Clark, Betty Jean ..... ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,22,221,, 8 2 Clark, Daugherty ..,. Y ,,,,,,, 31, 124, 198 Clark, Edwin ......,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,, ,,,2222 31, 202 Clark, Eldon ,...,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , A ,,,, 143, 193 Clark, Harold .... .... 4 6, 140, 170, 179, 202 Clark, Lauraine ..... , ,.,,,,,,,,, 82, 142, 240 Clark, Virginia ....,,.. ,,,,, 4 6, 142, 240 Clayton, Margaret ...,.. ................. 8 2, 240 Clements, Dorothy .... .......... 8 2, 132, 146 Clevenger, Marjorie ....... ..... 6 2, 144, 186, 223 Clevenger, Mildred .... ........... ......,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 3 1 Cline, Melvin .................... 46, 140, 143, 214, 215 Cockley, Ruth .... 46, 138, 147, 153,154,155,156 Coffman, Floyd ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 62, 147 Cole, Bill ,...,, . .......,,,,,,,... ,,,, 8 2, 153, 157, 198 Cole, Helena Josephine ...... .........,........ . ,.,.. 1 44 Collins, Margaret .......... H.. ...,,., 62, 155 Colvin, Donald Dick .,... , 82, 141, 210 Conway, Paul ....,.,,.... ..... 8 2, 206 Cooke, Anna Pauline ....... ,. 47 Cooley, lone Mae .... ...... ,.............. 2 4 0 Cooney, Basil .........,... .................... 3 1, 202 Coop, Forrest .........,..... ...... 3 1, 121 123, 141 Cooper, Dorothy Ella .... ................... 6 2, 144 Cooper, Warren ............. .................. 1 46, 215 Coplcn, Althea ,.,,. ..... 4 7, 137, 145, 241 Costello, Leo ,.... ..,,,,,.......,,,.,,.,...... 8 2 Cott, Hoover .... ...... 8 2, 146, 203, 214 Cotton, Dorothy .... ....... ........... 6 2 , 230 Cowen, Rosezetta ...... ...................... 6 2 Cox, Harriet A. ...... ,,... 3 1, 145, 218 Crabb, Kenneth .,.. .... ......... S 2 , 202 Craig, Ruth ....... tt.. 4 7, 139, 226 Cram, Marilyn ........ ttttt... 4 7, 195, 223 Cram, Winston ,.,,,,... .......................... 1 48 Cramm, Carl J., Jr. .... .... 4 7, 124, 147, 153 Cranston, Marjorie .......................... W 32 Cravens, Nadean ........ ...... ..... 4 7 , 213 Crawford, Geraldine .... ..........- 3 2 Crawford, Joe R. ...... ...,- 6 2, 210 Creal, Mary ....,.,,, .......................... 4 7 Crellin, Erwin ......... .......... 4 7, 167, 202 Cremer, Betty ,,............. .... 3 1, 131, 145, 218 Crenshaw, Anna May ..... .................. 1 44, 153 Cfippen, Alma 2,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.., 3 1, 143, 146, 147 Crist, Albert ......1......-, -,,--,---- 5 2, 146,- 214 Criswell, Barbara ,,,.,.. ....... --.. 3 2 5 143 Cronkite, Allie Mae ..,,, 82, 2345 240 Crow, Mildred ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , ,..... ,,... . Crumrine, Hilmer A. ...., ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Culbertson, Emerson ,,,, ,,,, 1 34, 140, Cummings, Catherine ..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 2, Cunningham, Mary Ann ,,,,, ,,,,, , , 47 Curry, C1-Ielenj Justine ,,,.,.,.,......,,,,,,,,.,, Curtis, Ross ,........,,.,...,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dabbs, Dorothy M. ,,,,,, 62, 144, 145 Dabbs, Marjorie ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,..,,..,....,,,.....,, Daily, Ruby .,.,, ..,.,.......,.,,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., Daly, Kathleen .,,i7,77,, 47, 132, 144 145 Daneke, Jenn ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Danielson, Eunice ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Danner, Jack .,.,Y,,.,....... ..,.., 4 7, 140, Davidson, Audrey ,i,.,.,..,, Davidson, Clara Louise ,,,,, ,,,,,, Davidson, Margery ,,,,,,,,,, Davidson, Mildred .,,, , Davies, Roberta ,,,,,,,,,,, Davies, Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Davis, Bonita .,,,,,,YY..,... Davis, Gladys Eloise ,...,, Davis, Margaret ,,,,,,, Davis, V. A. ,,,,,,,,,, , Davis, William E. ,,,. , Davison, Glenn ..,.,. Dawson, Helen .,., 31, 82 62 143 132 188 62 146, 82 148 83 47 153 83 83 83 132, 31, 145 153 62 62 83 140, 214, 140 62 144 145 17475 179 156, 31 152 148 167, 32, 63 153 148, 47, 83, 152 1 u 1 171 83, 207, 179, 32 140 7152 5 187 . 28, s Day, Ellis M. ,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 2, Day, Roger ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 2, 134, Deckard, Melvern ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Decker, Cartha .,2,2. .,222222,,2,,,,2,22,,22,22,2,,,2 Decker, Thelka .,.... ..,. 3 1, 132, 138, Deister, Josephine ,,,,,, ,,,,.,.1.,,,,,,,. 4 7, Delano, Marieta ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Dclmare, Ralph A. ,2,2 ,,2,2,, 2,,2,,, 1 4 0, DeLong, Elizabeth ,,...,22,, , ,,,,22,,2,2 22,2, DeMott, Kenneth ,,,,., 26, 31, 140, 145, DeMun, Irene ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .i.,,,, 1 55, Dennis, Robert 22,22,,2,2,, ,,22,2,,22,2,,2.2,,2 Derden, Eleanor Jean ,,,,,,,,, 63, 136, Derden, Ruth .,,,22,,.....,,,2,22 31, 133, 136, Derbyshire, John W. ,,2., 838, Derrick, Iva Wilcox ,..., .22,,,,,,22 DcVa11, Jeanne ,,,,,,,,,, DeVore, Ellis ,,,, ,2,,2,,,,,22,22 22,,,...2... Dice, Ralph ...,,2,,2,,2,,,,,,,2,2,2,,,,,, 22,, 1 52, Diekerman, Edward E., Jr. ,,,, ,,,,,, 3 2, Dickey, Helen ...,........,,,,,,, ...,,, .,,,,,,, Dietrich, Mary Alice .,.. ..,,2,32,,,,..,2,,2. Dietz, Maxine E. ,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,.... 83, 132, Diver, fMaryj Catherine ,,,, i.,...,.,.,....,,,... Dix, Gwendolyn ..,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,., Dixon, Arline .,... ,,,,,,.3,,.,,22,,,. Dixon, Herbert ,,,,,, 167, Dobbs, Nadine ,,,,,,, .,,,,,.........,...,,..,,,,,, Doile, Calvin A. ,3,,,,, ,,23222,,2,... 6 3, 144, Donnellan, Quentin ,,,,,,,, 140, 167, 171, Donnelly, Alice ,2,.,2.. ,.,...,..,,,,,,..,,.,.. Donnelly, Carriemae ,,,. ..,,,,.,,,,,,,, Donnelly, Earl ,3,,2,,2,, .2... 6 3, Dooley, Jean .,,,.,,,,, ...,,....,, Y Dority, Lola A. ........ YYYYYVY 1 47, Douglass, Jacquelyn ,,... ..,,2,,,22,,,2 Douthif, Edith tttttttett tt,.. 6 1, 137, Downs, Ted ,.....,.... ,,,,,.,..,..,,,....,... Doyle, Agnes ,,,, ,,,, 3 2, 127, Drake, Eleanor Dressler, Nolan ,,,,,, 141 s 132 215 214 141 240 144 214 234 144 82 241 132 144 157 133 240 145 240 156 156 149 83 83 22 202 198 240 206 215 214 218 240 237 47 147 83 206 234 207 188 188 214 139 47 210 157 214 230 155 153 47 83 240 179 132 214 198 184 149 214 63 240 63 222 63 226 47 63 12441 210 133 215 132 167 145 214 223 132 234 241 230 240 214 179 144 218 83 145 32 202 206 172 63 48 234 133 147 145 148 149 241 179 210 155 187 84 240 198 32 210 142 214 64 198 142 138 145 241 206 84 49 226 210 48 148 215 218 203 143 146 166 64 132 218 240 148 Drummond, Bill ,...,, , ..., 32, Drury Dorothy ..,. , W 32, Dryden, Robert ,,,,,,,, ., . ,, 83, Dummermuth, Janice ,,,,, ,,,,,,. 2 83, Duncan, Bill ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Dunham, Mary ....,,,,,, ,, 48, 138, Dunham, Ralph E. ,,,, ,,,, 1 26 144, Dunlap, Ruth ...,., ,,,, 1 52, 156, Dunn, Ethyl ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3, Durr, Lorene ,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , 32, Eakin, May i.,.,.. ,2,,, 6 3, 132, 142, Edds, Dorothy ,,,,, ,,..,,.. 8 3, 145 188, Eddy, Florence ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,, 3 2, Edwards, Willard ,...,., .,,,2, 3 2, 134, 143, 146, Eikermann, Edgar ,,,,, ....,,,,.,...,2,,22,2...,.,,, 4 8, Ehrlich, Naomi ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 2, 133, 139, Elder, 16131 Mae .,,, ,,,, 2 9, 32, 122, 131, Eliot, Marjorie .,... .,...,2,,. 1.,,.. 2..,,.,... Elliott, Evelyn ,,,,, ,,,, Ellis, Cecil 3,.,.,,, 2,2,,, Ellis, Jack 1,,,...... .,.1.,. Emery, Curtis ,,,,,,, , , 63, Emrich, Izac ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Emrich, Ruth ...,,, ...... Endly, Merle ,,,.,,1,,1, ,,,,,,,, Engler, Nadine ,,,,,,,,,, 63, Engstrom, Florence ,,,,, ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Enochs, Ferne .....2,, 83, 136, Eppink, N. R. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , Erickson, Elden ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 6 3, 147, Ervin, Harold ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, .,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Essick, Mary ..,..,2, , ,....,.2.. ,,,.,,.. 6 3, Estep, Sam ,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 8 , 134, 148, Eubank, Horace W. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 64, 147, Evans, Josephine ,,,,, , 64, 137, 152 154, Evans, Margaret t,,, ,, .,1., , ,,,,,,,.. 142, Evans, Nellie ,.,.,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Evans, Ruth ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 87, 188, Everett, Kenneth ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 3 , Everist, Gwendolyn ,t,, ,. ....t.,tt Ewbank, Xvilliam , ,,,.,, .. 64, Faler, Marilyn ,,,,,,,,, , 84, 133, Farikhauser, Willis ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 4 , 143, Farnham, Julia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Faulkner, Frank .,,,,, , 64, 126, 128, 146 148, Fay, Claricc ,,,.,.. ,,..., . . ...., .,,,..... 8 4, Feather, Marie ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 48, Felt, Vivian ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 8, Fentcr, Georgia ,t,,,,, ,,,,t, 3 2, 133, 145, Ferguson, Mitchell ,,,. 32, 148, Ferrell, Joyce Marie W ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,. Ferrin, Gordon ,,,,,,, ,,,,, Ferrin, Olive ,,,,, ,,,, 8 4, Fidler, Frank R. ...,, ,, 84, Field, Floyd J. ,... ..,,,,.. . Fields, Myron ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,. Fillmore, Millard tt,t tt,,t,, 1 44, Findly, A. Jane ,,t,,t . .,t,.ttt 48, Finnerty, Joseph ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , 64, 143, Finnerty, Josephine ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 8 , Finnerty, Margaret ,,,, 48, 136, 143, Fish, E. D. ,,,,,,,...,.,,, ,,..,.,,,, ,,,,,ttt,,,,t,,, , Fishburn, Twila ,,,,,, .,,.,..,,,,,,,, Fisher, Marie ,,,,,tt, .t... 4 8, Fitzgerald, Lura ..,. . .....,,,,tt ttt..,,,,,t ,tt,,, , , 48, Fitzgerald, Mary ,,,,,,,.,,,. ,i., ,,,,,,.....,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 8 4 , Fitzwater, Everet ,,,,,,,, 64, 134, 141, 143, 146, Flanagan, Lois ,.,.,, ,,,.,......,,.......,,,,,,,, 4 8, 145, 237 Fleener, Margaret ,...,, ,,,,,, 8 4, 132, 240 Fleming, Doris ,. ,,,, YY,Y,,,Y,,,,,,,YY . ,Y,.,, , ,, ,,,, . 64, 226 Floyd, Jeannette ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,43, 48, 121, 133, 152, 154, 155, 156, 241 Flummcr, Allen ,,..A,,., ,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,.,,,, , ,,,,, 3 2 , 214 Force, Aline ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 55 Ford, Mary Frances N ..,. 48, 218 Forney Jr., Clyde ,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 73 Foster, Mary K. ,.... 1 ,,,, 84, 234 Fowler, Floyd ,,,,,,, .,.. 6 4, 146 Fowler, June ,1,.,,, ,rrrr,, 6 4 Fowler, Vernon ,,,,,,,, .,,, Y,,,YY, 4 8 Francis, Richard B. ,,,, ..... 8 4, 210 Freeburne, Glenn ..,....,,r rr,r, 1 53, 157 Freeburne, Cecil Max Y,,YYYYY,YY,Y 143 Freeman, Alfred Boyd .,rr. ,YY..YYV,YYYY 1 43 Freeman, Esther ......,r,,,r, rrr,,,,. 6 4, 136, 153 Freeman, Kathleen ,,,,,,,.,.. ,rr,r,rr,,,,,,,,r 8 4, 187 237 Fuller, Glenn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. 84, 121, 141, 215 Fults, Betty .,...... 28, 64, 185, 187, 188, 189, 230 Fyfe, Wilnia Eileen ,.,,,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 8 4, 133 Galbraith, Harry W ,,,,. 143, 167, 171, 179 Gallea, Roy ...,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,.. 6 4, 153, 202 Galloway, Ethel L. .. ...... ,We 64 Galloway, Martha ..,,, 84 Gandy, Lydia .,................ .... 1 49 Gardner, Anna Esther .............. .. . , ,.,,,, 84 Garman, Helen R. .... ................................. 1 46 Garrison, Imogene ,,,,,,,,,,,, 84, 152, 153, 155, 156 Garrott, Marie .............................. ............. .......... 8 4 Garthwaite, Mary Katherine ..... .. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 48 Garton, Dale ...................... ..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.. 6 4 , 143 Garton, Denton ....... ,,,,,, 3 2, 153, 214 Gates, Raymond ...., .,.......,,,,, 4 8, 141 Gatz, Evelyn ....,... ..........,... ..,,. 6 4 , 230 Gault, Margaret ,,,,,,i ,,,, 4 9, 142, 155, 241 Gault, Virginia ......... ,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.... 6 5 Gebhardt, Dorothy ..... ,,,,,,.. , e. 65 Geis, Quentin ,,,,, .. 84, 214 Geissler, Vernon . .... .... e ee 35, 214 George, Bill .,..,..,....,,,,.., 167, 170, 179 George, Robert Lyle ,..... . 134, 140, 215 Geren, Lena Mae ....,. ,,.,.. . W 85, 240 Giannangelo, Joe .... ,... 1 67, 214 Gibbs, Joyce ,,,,,..,. , 885, 133 Giger, Edwin G. 85, 146 Gilbert, Cecile ...... ........,,......... 1 S4 Gilbert, W. G. .......... ...... 4 9, 134, 141 Giles, Evelyn ,,,.......,,.... ......,.,,.......,,.1.. . 149 Gilkison, Ruth Helen ,.......,, ...,..... 5 9, 65, 144 230 Gillette, Kathryn G 49, 121, 122, 124, 136, 143 230 Gilmore, Ruth A. .,,,,.,,.,,,.,..,.,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,..,.,, 85, 144 Gilson, Leonard ,, .... 85, 202 Gilstrap, Naomi ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 8 5, 241 Gladfelter, C. F. ..., ,,.. 1 44, 206 Glart, Elizabeth , ,,,, ,... 4 9, 139 Glick, Howard ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 15 Glick, Pearl ......... 49, 144, 241 Godderz, Fred ..,.,,.. ,,.. 4 9, 145 214 Golden, Katherine ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 2, 222 Goldsmith, Anne ..., .. ,...,,....,.,,.,. .. 499 218 Goldsmith, Wayne ,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,.. 1 40, 167, 171 179 Goldsmith, Wendell ,...,,., 140, 143, 176, 171 179 Goldsmith, William .,,,, .....,,,..., 2 ,, ...,,............... . 167 Gooch, Joseph ,,,,,,, ,,,l. 6 5, 206 Goodrum, Barbara .... .... 6 5, 240 Goodwin, Faith ,,,,,, ., .,... 49, 234 Gould, Phil .......... 33, 122, 130 e 12451 142 149 140 141 188 144 214 144 149 144 156 173 241 152 144 214 215 141 149 141 206 133 148 210 153 85 202 185 218 206 214 132 142 147 145 142 222 210 206 240 85 146 179 198 149 148 222 215 148 171 86 50 240 226 133 240 86 218 145 206 66 240 155 66 148 241 Grady, Ruth ,................... 65, 192, Graham, Mary Lucile ,,,,,,,,,, 33, Gray, Albert B, ,,,,,,,,, , 33 Gray, Gcrtie M. .. . ..,,.,, W 49, Gray, Kathryn ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 5, Gray, Mrs. Nadiene .,.,, ,,,,,, 6 5, 143 Gray, W. H. ,...,,,,,, .,,,, , ,, 21 Green, Doris ........ .,....,..,,,,,,,. 6 5, Green, Willie .,....,....., .,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Greenwood, Laura ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 3, 132, 136, Griffith, Celeste ,.... ......,.,. 4 9, 138, Griffith, Fred ....,,,,, ..,,,...,,,,,,, ..,,,,,, 1 6 7, 170, Griffith, Helen M, .,.. 26, 33, 132, 138, 148, Grigsby, Phyllis ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 5, 146, Grigsby, Wava ..... ,,,.. 6 5, 132, Groves, Gerald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 3 , Groves, Quentin .............................,.............,... ,...............49, 134, 143, 148, 167, 171, 179, Groves, Rena ,...,.,.,,.....,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,1.,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,. 85, Groves, Victoria A. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Grundy, Herman ................... . 49, Gugler, Merle .............,... . 49, 141, 143, Guyot, Sylvia ,,,1,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,1,, ,,l.,,,,,..,....,,,. 6 5, Haag, Mildred Marguerite ,,,,, , 65, Haasis, Dean ,..,,,,.....,.,,.,..,., ,.... 6 5, Habecker, Norma ,..... ,.,.. 6 5, Haekler, Roland .... .,....... Hadden, Robert ...,. 85, Haffner, Imogene ..,,,,,......,,.,.....,.,,.......,.......,,... Hagins, Mary E. ...,..,....,..,.,,,,..,.,,,,,.,. 85, 188, Hague, Lawrence ,,,. 33 140, 167, 170, 179, Hahn, Paul L. .,,,,..,.,,.,,.,.,........ ,..... ,,,,,.,,,,, 6 5 , Hakes, Mary Eliz. ,,.. .. 65, Halbert, Ruth .,.., .,.,. 6 5, Haldeman, Mary .... ..,,. 4 9, Hale, Marc ............ ....,. 4 9, Hall, Margaret ,,,,, .,,......,,., Hall, Martha L. ,,,... ee 85, Hamacher, Donald ....,,. .... 8 5, Hamilton, Beryl A. .... ........,..... 4 9, Hamilton, Dorris E. ,.., .... . 143, 148, Hamilton, Marjorie ...... ,.,....,. Hamilton, Maurine ,.,.,, ......,..,,,, Hamman, Marvin ,.... ,,.., 1 67, 171, Hammer, Warren ...... .............. 6 5, Hancock, Garnett ...... .....,. 4 9, Hand, Helen Esther ,.,,. ,,,, . 85, 143, Haney, F. Helen ......,.. ........ 5 0, Hankins, Robert M. ,.,.,,, .........,,.,,....,.,.,.. 8 5, Hanna, James Ray ,,,,,,,,....,.,,..,,...,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,m,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,33, 126, 134, 140, 143, 146, Hannah, Archie ,,,,,, .... ...... 4 5 , 140, 143, 167, Hansen, Winifred ..... . ......,.,.............1.,.,.,... . Hanson, Hugh .,,.. ,,,, ,,',,,,,,,t,,,,,,.- Hanson, lone ,,....., 132, 146, Harden, Geraldine , ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, . 86, 142, Hardenburger, Florence ,,,.,,. 86, Harder, Thelma .......,.... ............... Harkness, Mary Alice ,,,... ..,... ,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Harman, Carroll Lee .. 66 153 185, 189 195 Harper, Barbara E. .......,, ,......,.......... 5 0, 234, Harper, LeRoy ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 5 0 167, 170, 179 Harris, Juanita .........,,, ,.,,,......,,..,.,..,,,,,.,,.... Harris, Nelva ,,..,,,,.,.,....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6 Harrisson, Betty Deane ...,.. ,,,. 8 6, 132 153 Harrison, Burt ., ....l. ....... ......,..........,,,,,,, e V Harroun, Wanda .... ...,. 8 6, 145, Hart, Dorothy ..... ..,... 8 6, 142 Hartsell, Laveta ,,,,,,, Harrzler, Findley E. Harvey, Mary F. .,,, , Hasenbank, Lora ,,,.,,,, 66, 86 1 ,,,,,........,...,.. 50, 132, 136, 143, 145, 147, Haslover, Agnes .,...,,,,,,A,. ,.,,,,,,.. 5 O, 144, 147 Haslouer, Rosemary ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6, 144, 155 Hassard, George .....,, ....,. 6 6, 152, 153, 157 Hatfield, Helen ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 3, 137, Hawbecker, Maurine ,..,,,Y, 66, 132, 153, 155 Hawes, Junior ,,,,,...,,,, .a.. ,,..,..,..,....,,,,,,,,, 5 0 , Hawks, Elizabeth ,,,, Hayen, Chas. ,,,..., , Hayes, Harley ,,,,,,,, Hayes, Virgil ,,.,,,,,,,,, Heckman, Pauline .,,.,, Hefley, Reuben ,,,..., Heide, Paul .,e,..,.,,,Y Hellmer, Clara ....,, Hcllmer, Martha ....,. Hellmer, Theresa ,,,r, Hcndee, Geraldine ,,,, Henderson, J. D. ,,,, , Henderson, Pauline ..., Hendricks, Kenneth A ,.., ., Hendrickson, Von Lee Hendry, Helen ,....,,,, ,, Hensley, Junior ,.,,,,, Herrman, Lyndon ,,,l,. Herron, Glenn E. Hess, Gail ,,,,,,,.,.. Hess, Lawrence ,,.... Hetzel, Andrea ,,,., Hickey, Irene ...,,,,, Hickey, Jerry ,,,.,,.,,,, , . 86, of 86, 50, 50, ,.fEd,i ..f'5Sf'iii5i? ...,... 22, ,.Q 5i5i,Fi'5'-1. ,,,,,,,,.. 86, 147 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 66, 155, 50, 140, 143, 33, 140 Hiebert, Woodrow ...,, ...YVY 6 6, 144, 146, Hiett, Victor C. ,,,.,.. ..,,,,,,,,,,...,.fff-fffff-- - Hill, Bernard ,...,, -A--A--,------ Hill, Gaylord F. ..,, ,,..-------fff-------- - Hill, Lois ..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.-----,f--ff--- 5 0, 145, Hill, Loren .,,, ,,,,,,,,..fff 6 6, 141, 146 Hillis, Lorraine .,,,,,,, ..,,, 3 3, 145, 185, 187, Hines, Faye L. ,,...,,,,,,, ,,.., YYYYYYY 5 0 , 153, 155 Hinshaw, Glyde Eliz. Hinshaw, Mabel ,,,,,,,i. Hipp, Eldin ,,,r,,...,, Hirschler, Robert Hoag, Mildred ..,,,,,,, Hoard, Elberta L. Hobbs, Eliz. Lee 66, 144, 146 ,, ,,,,,,.,,.,..,, 66, 87 66 87 v s Hobbs, Corrine .,,,,, Yrrf 5 0, 155 Hoffmans, Frank VYYY ---------- 3 7 Hogan, Darrel R. ,. .,.,,,,,,,,,...f--, 50 Hogan, Robert Dale ,,..., ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,.. 3 3, 150 Hoglund, Don ,,...,,,,,,,, 33, 134, 140, 215 Hollingsworth, John ..,,, ,,,...,,,,,,,,,,., . -- ----f Hollister, Edward ,,,, ,.,. ,.,ffffffff - - -- 66 Holmes, Paul M. YYYY 87, 152, 153 Holtz, W. L. ..,, -........-...-,----,- - Hood, Leroy ....,.... ...V 3 3, 194 Hoover, Beatrice .,,,, ,-..,,,,....1--, Hopson, Willard ,...,. ,............. 1 41 Horosko, Steve ...... .,.................-.--.---- Horton, Ruth ,.,.. 34, 137, 141 Houser, Ralph .... ..,, 5 0, 121, 141 Howard, Jeanne .... ...,...... 6 6, 144 Howell, Ruby .......... Howland, Marjorie .... 87 ... 87, v 222 215 33 240 222 222 202 146 241 198 142 167 214 198 86 33 214 86 241 240 141 124 139 210 234 226 214 215 86 214 146 86 86 66 206 141 143 214 240 214 188 156 230 241 215 215 241 234 144 226 198 202 202 203 153 198 214 143 198 23 214 148 222 214 241 139 240 12461 Howland, Paul .,.,,,,,,, 50, 140, Hoyt, Edith Lorene ,,,, A,,A,A,YYY,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,, Hoyt, Gordon ,,,,,,,,,, 143, 167, 170, Hubbard, Gene ...,,, ,,,,,V,,, ,,YYYYY,, 8 7 , Hubbard, George ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, S 0, Huber, Lester A. ,,,,,,,,, 34, 172, Huebert, Anna ,,.. ,,,, 5 1, 132, 144 Huffman, Faye ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Humble, Emma ..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Humphrey, Bill ,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hunsaker, VeKay ,,,.. ..,. 6 6, 153, Hunsinger, Cuma ,,,.,,,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hurle, Lois Marguerite r. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, W Hutchison, Wfilson Joseph ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hyle, Lavonne ....,,........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87, 144, Innes, Peter .,,,,,..,..,,,, ...,..............,,,,,,.,. 1 40, Inscho, John C. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 8 7, 143, 148, 167, Ireland, H. William ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 67, Irving, Harold ..,.....l,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Irwin, Paul .,,,,,,,,,..,,, ..,,, . ., 66, Ives, Marian ,,,,,,,,,,, 51, 144, Jackson, C. L. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , Jacobson, Selmer M. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 167, Jaenicke, Arlene ,,.,.,,. ,,,,,,,,, 8 7, 143, Jagoe, Ernest ,,,,,,,,,, 67, 146, 148 James, Howard ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,.. 3 4, James, H. F. ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, , James, Marian ,,... 67, 185, 187, Jeffries, Betty ,...,,, . ....... 87, 155, Jennings, Wanda ,,,,,, ................... Jensen, Carl .,...,,,,,.,, .....,..... Jensen, Robert P. ..... ,.,. 2 3, Jewell, Helen ,,..,.... .......... Jiles, Evelyn ,,,,,,..,,,,, ........,.......... Johnsmeyer, Phyllis .... ..,, 6 7, 132, Johnson, Beulah ,,,,,...,, ....... 1 44, Johnson, Charles E. .... .... 5 1, 153 Johnson, Dorothea ,,... ...........1................ Johnson, Earl ,,,,,,,,,,, 67, 150, 146, Johnson, George ,,,, ,,........ ............... 8 7 , Johnson, Hazel ,,,, ,,,, 5 1, 133, 137, 141 Johnson, Leland ....... 51, 146, 153, Johnson, Martha ,,,,,.,.. ,,,,,,,,.....,,,.,... 8 7, Johnson, Marvin W. ,.... .,.... . Johnson, Raymond ,,,,,, .,...... Johnson, Sara June .,,, ,,,,,, 3 4, Johnson, Thomas ......... ..............., 1 67 Johnston, Marvin E. .... ........................... Y Jones, Alice ,...,,,,,,,,,,,.. ,ss,ss 3 4, 152, 155, Jones, Chester C. ,.,,, ,..........,.............,.....,. . JOHES, Dwight ..... s,,, 6 7, 152, 153, 157 Jones, Harold ss... ..................., 3 4, 179, Jones, Jean, E. ,..... .,,. 5 1, 138, 147, 153, Jones, LaRue .....,....... .......,............................. Jones, Leah Marie ,,.,,, ,,,, 1 33, Jones, Mary E. .......,. ..-- 3 4, Jones, Merle ...,, ....... Jones, Morris ,...., ..... Jones, Nedra E. ,.,,,,, ................,. . Jones, Norman, Jr. ...... ................. f f 67, Jones, Robert ....., .............,........ 1 46, 143, Jones, Wayne ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 4, 152, 153, 157, Jones, Winifred ..,,, ..,.... .................. 6 7 , Julian, Donald .... 67, 167, Kadel, Ruth ..... 67, 142, Kalb, Pauline ....... .... 8 8, 133 Kaniper, Harold .,. Kaserman, Naoma .... 215 87 179 203 202 179 145 138 142 199 226 87 87 153 237 167 206 170 146 202 226 140 214 144 214 210 145 230 226 142 143 140 51 87 141 146 203 155 167 153 240 157 133 87 148 237 214 141 240 134 203 207 156 153 144 142 88 153 67 206 203 199 218 206 240 188 88 88 Kasha, Almina .... ,,,, 88, 147 Kaufman, Glenn ,,,,,, A,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 8 8 Kealy, Orphia ..,, . ,,,,,,, 145, 241 Kearns, Geraldine ..,,,,,, , 51, 141, 230 Keech, Florence M. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 88, 241 Keimig, Elizabeth ,H , 51, 142, 188, 226 Keininger, Virginia ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 8 8, 146 Keller, John Warren ,,,,, . 88, 199 Keller, Maxine ,.,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, 8 8 , 144 Keller, Pearl ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 1 Keller, Thoburn .,,,,, ,,,,,,,r,.......,, 1 53 Kellum, Forrest ,,,,,,,. ,,,,, 5 1, 150, 206 Kemp, Gladys ..,,,,,,,,, .,...,.,,,,,,,,,, 1 42 Kendall, Marjorie I. .. . 88, 144, 240 Kendall, Opal Marie ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 34 Kennedy, Thomas J. ,,,,, ,,,,..,.,.,. 8 8, 143 Kenney, Gene E. ,,,.,.... ,,,,, 8 8, 153, 199 Kenton, Orville ,,,,,,,, ...,.. Y,,Y,,,Y, 6 7 Keough, Margaret ..... ,,......,,, 5 1 Kernohan, Martha ,,,Y, ,,,, 8 8, 132 Kerns, Francis ..r. . Y,,,,Y 88 Kersley, Betty ,,,,,,.,r ,,,,,, 8 8, 133 Kesse, Charles H. ,,,,t,,,,,, 67, 210 Kester, David W. ,,,, ,,,,, , .,,,. . . 88, 144, 147 Kidd, Juanita ,.,.,, ,,,,,,, . .. ,,,,,, ,.....,,,, 3 4, 149 Kille, Betty Lou ,,,,,, 51, 152, 153, 155, 218 Kimball, Dorothy ,,,, ,,,,, . 88, 153 230 Kiinberlin, Jim ..,, . ,,,,,,,. 67, 140, 146 167 Kimel, Maurine ,,,, ,,,,, ,,..,, . 5 1, 144 King, James L. ,,,,,,,1 ,,,,....., 2 15 King, Lawrence W. ,,,ttt ,tt,t, . .. 51 Kinlund, Maxine ,.,t,,,,, t,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 6 7 Kinnaman, Virgil M. ., . ,,,,,t,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51, 146, 148 Kinsey, Kathryn ,,,,,,,,, 34, 128, 139, 147, 241 Kirby, Eileen ,,,,, 34, 184, 185, 187, 234 Kirby, Floyd ,.,,.,,, ,...,,,,,,t,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 8 9, 199 Kirby, Margaret .. ,,,,,, 34, 133, 138, 147, 241 Kirgis, Eloise ,,,,,,,,,..,...,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 , 241 Kirlin, Mary Margaret ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,...,,,t 8 9 , 241 Kleiber, Ellamae , ,,,,,,,,,,, .. 34, 127, 141, 148 Klein, Carmen ,,,.,, ,33,3,,,,, 6 7, 147, 241 Klein, Paul ,,,,,,,,, .,,, 33,3,33333,3,,,.3 2 1 4 Klotz, Thelma ,,,,,, t,,,,,,.,...,.,, 67, 241 Knouse, Dorothy ,,,,, ,,,, 5 1, 132, 137, 144 Knouse, Mary ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,tt,t,. 152, 153 Knowlton, Nwinifred ,,,,, ,,,,, 3 4, 184 185 Kocher, Allene ,..., ,,,,, ,3,,, 6 7 , 143, 222 Kohler, Lois ,,,,,,, . 67, 135, 141 Kotapish, John ,,,,, 3.,.....,,,,,,,,,, 1 67 Kramer, Amos .....,,,, t,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 68, 214 Kramer, Dorothy ,.,. ,,,,,......,,,,,,,,,,. 6 8, 147 Kraus, Aloha ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 85, 187, 188, 189 Krug, Geneva ,,..,,,,,,, ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,, 8 9 147 Kuhlman, Edwena ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,., ,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, . 8 9 218 Kurtz, Ruth D. .. 34, 133, 138, 146 156 Kutninlc, Paul .... . ..... .... ...YY........,... 1 6 6, 167 Lackey, Ruthagene ,,,, ..,, 5 1, 139, 145 La Croix, Virginia ,,,,, .............,YYf.YY 5 2 Ladner, Jane .... ..........,,,, ,,,,,, ...........................,,, . ,,,,,,,34, 121, 123, 184, 185, 186, 187 188 Ladwig, Tommy ...,...........,........,................... 68 203 Laird, Lester ,........... ,.... 5 2, 126 128 Lalouette, Mary C. ...... ,..... . .. 89 Lambert, Boyd ....i... .................. 2 14 Lane, Dorothy H. ... ......... S9 132, 241 Langvardt, Arthur ..... ......,...........,.. 5 2, 143 Larsen, Harry D. .,.. ..,... 5 2, 126, 140, 206 Larson, Thelma ..... ........... 3 4, 133, 145 12471 21-1- 240 240 241 206 145 234 89 240 89 143 68 206 145 210 218 199 179 140 144 240 144 35 145 149 52 179 241 218 235 215 147 215 215 35 68 203 147 240 90 240 90 194 90 155 240 167 214 226 210 223 215 203 184 133 223 214 143 153 52 215 142 142 241 231 90 235 Larson, Walter Ernest ., . .... T" 153, Lash, Eva ....................... ., . 89, 136, 148, Lash, Irene .................. . . 52, 132, 136, Lash, Maxine ...... .... ........, 6 8 , Lassey, Lloyd ...... ...... . 89, Lattin, Mary ......... ......... Lawless, Barbara ....... .... . 89, Lawrence, John A. .... .... ......,. . Lear, Eloise ............,. .. . 89, Leckron, Betty ......... ........ Ledford, Carmel ..,... ...... ...... ...... Leiser, Margaret ..,...... . ........... ..,............. . Leith, Earl ,. ........, ......... ...... 8 9 , 140, 145, Lemon, Gertrude Jean ..... ........... ....... 3 5 , Leroux, Merl ............... ..... 6 8, Lewis, Mary Jeane ...... .,... 8 9, Lewis, Wendell ..... ..... 3 5, Liby, Robert .........,.. ............... Liby, Virgil Alton ,.... ..... ............... Liley, Lida Rose ............. ..,... 6 8, 133, Lindamond, Neva Mae .... ........ 8 9, Lindgren, Louise ..,,....... ........ 8 9, Liss, Ethel ............... .................... Litchfield, Lucile ..... 52, 138, Littles, Bernezetta ..,. v ......,. 35, Lockner, Louise ....... ............... ................. Lohkamp, Anthony .... .,... 3 5, 126, 167, 170, Long, Eleanor Mae ............................ 68, 142, Loomis, Jane .............................,.. 27, 52, 195, Louis, Mary Louise i. 185, 186, 188, 189, Love, Orville W ........ ......................... 6 8, 141, Loyd, Lorraine ..,... ......... 3 5, 126, 143, Lumb, Mark ...,,, 35, 121, 123, 134, Lumley, Robert .................... 90, 199, Lund, Kathryn ...... ,............... Lusk, Bernice ........ ........... Luthi, W. Erwin ..,., .......... ................ 3 5 , Lutt, Dorothea ..... ............ .............,.., ...,... Lyman, Juanita ,............... 90, 132, 144, 153, Lynch, Melvin Eugene .. ....................... Lyon, Ione ..,..,,.....,....,. ...,. 6 8, 187, Lytle, Elizabeth .... .,., , W ,,... MacFarlane, D. L. 19, 20, McBee, Alice ,,,....., ..............i.i... McBoyle, Faith E. 90, 143, McBride, Claire ........ ........ 9 0, McClain, Thornton .,.. ..,,,, 1 43, McClain, Vencille ...... .... ......,. 9 0 , McClellan, Josephine ..... ...... ...... , . 52, 145, McClung, Elmer ...... ........... ................... 9 0 , McCoy, Sarah .,.,.i, 35, 127, 138, 141, McCoy, William ...... ............................ 9 0, McCreary, Walter ...... ..... 9 0, McCullough, Edna ...... ......... McCutcheon, Rosalie .. ..... 90, McDonough, Mary ........ . ...... ...... ......., 3 5 , McFarland, Harold .......................... ........ ......... ,.,.,,,.,...27, 52, 121, 128, 146, 147, 148, McGowan, Francis .......... .... . ...... ......... 9 0 , McGuire, Donald ,, . .... 90, McGuire, Edward .... .....,........ Mc1lvain, Cecil ..... ..... 9 0, McKee, Lillian V. ..,. .,... McKee, Lola ............ ...... .........,...,. McKenzie, Alice .......... ..................., 6 8, McLaughlin, Maxine ...... ...... 9 0, 147, 187, McLin, Ina .................... .....................,............ McMahan, Mary Jane .......................,................ McMillan, Ralph ................ 68, 167, 170, 179, 207 McMurphy, Lulu ..,.., ,,,,, 3 5, McPheron, Lucile ,,,,,, ,.,, 5 2, McRae, John ,,,,,,,,, 90, Magers, Berniece ,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,, , Magwire, Margaret ,,,, ,,,, 3 5, 133, 146, Mahoney, Paul .,.. ,,,,,, ,,,, , 3 5, Mails, Jean ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,, , ,, 91, Malik, John S. ,,,,.,, ,Y,,Y,,,,,,,,, 9 1, Maloney, Loretta ,,,Y,, , . 68, 185, Mangelsdorf, Ruth ,,,, , ,.,, ,,,,,, 9 1, 144, Marbourg, Katherine ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, , Marburger, Thelma , ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , Marriott, Eleanor .tt.,, ,,Y,, 6 8, Marsh, Roger ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Marsh, Sue Alice ,,,, ,,,,, 9 1, 144, Martin, Dorothy ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1, Martin, Evora ,,,,.,.,,,,, ,,,, 9 1 Martin, Robert E. ..., ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , Martinie, Samuel ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Marts, Rogene ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 9 1, 188, Massey, Miriam ,,,.,,,,,, ,,..,,.. , 35, Massey, Thomas M. ,,.,, , Masters, Doris ,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 8 , Masters, Dorothy ,,,,,, ,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 6 8 , Mathews, Madeline ,,,, ,,,,, 6 9, 132, 155, Maul, R. C. ,,,,,,..., ., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Maynard, Delight ,,,,,, . ,,,,,,, 35, 152, 153, Maze, Marion ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,.. , . , ,,,, 69, 153, Mears, Betty ,,,,,..., 69, 121, 142, 188, Meierhoff, Cecil .,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 69, Meisinger, Ed ,,,,,,,,, ,,,. 6 9, 121, 167, Melton, Robert E. ,,,,,, ....,,,,,,,, 3 5, 141 Mendenhall, George .,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1, Meng, Marcus F. ,,,,,, ,,,, 1 67, 171, Mettlen, Iona ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Metzler, Marion Lois , 69, 132, Meyer, Martha J. ,,,,,,,.r ,,,,,,,,, 9 1, 132, Meyer, Raymond E. ,,,,, ,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Milhon, Kenneth R. .,,,, ,,,, 9 1, 146 148 Miller, Edward ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Miller, Eileen ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, , , ,, 91, 132, Miller, Jessie Irene ,,,,,,,,,, 91, 132, 144, 153, Miller, Lena Ruth ,,,. 52, 123, 124, 188, 195, Miller, Lucile ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,, 6 9 , 136 147, Miller, Maxine ,,,,, 69, 132, 143, 155, Miller, Mildred ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Miller, Minnie ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 4 6, Miller, Paul .. 52, 124 128, 144, 146, 148 Miller, Ruth Opal ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Mills, Margaret E. ,,,,,,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 145, Millson, Rachel ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 9 1, Mingle, Winifred ,, 69, Minrow, Maude E. Mitchell, J. L. ,,,,,,,, W 134, Mobley, Charlon ,,,,, W 91, Mock, S. D. ,,,,, , .,.r, A ,,,,, ,, Moffat, Niles ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,, ,, ,,,,,, 154, Moler, Donald ., 36, 121, 123, 124, 127, 141, Monson, Alfreida ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,.,,,..,.,,,, 52, 141, Moon, Emerald L. ,,,, .,,. ,,,,.,.,,, , Moon, Lloyd H. ..... ...., 9 1, Moore, Betty Jane ,,,,, ,,,, 6 9 188, Moore, Gilbert .,,..,,, ,.,..,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Moore, Kathryne ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,.,.,,.,,,,,,,, , Moore, Clara Lucille ,,.,. ,,,, 3 6, 137, 143, Moore, Nora May ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 6 9, 133, 137, Moore, Ruth .......,... ,,., . ,,,,, 6 9, 155, Moore, Virginia .... ,,,, , ,, 36, 133, Moore, Wayne ...... ...,,,,,,,,,,, 132 145 207 91 148 214 132 148 231 231 188 223 142 134 219 132 219 146 91 227 146 141 240 240 240 21 157 203 227 206 206 211 203 179 35 240 240 172 199 149 240 240 227 240 240 142 147 214 146 147 132 241 19 148 223 148 157 211 240 149 203 219 149 142 235 145 235 241 214 12481 Moreland, Lois ,,,,,,,, ,.,. ,,,Y ,,,,,Y,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,, Morgan, Annabelle .... 52, 152, 155, Moritz, Annetta 1. , , 36, 132, 145, Morris, Alvin E. V, Morris, Helen ,,,, W 92, 132, 142, Morse, Bob ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,Y 36, Morton, Margaret ,,,,,, ..,.,,,,, YYYY, 9 2 , Morton, Robert ,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, . 52, 147, 148, Mosher, O. W., Jr. ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 20, 147, Mott, Marjorie , , ,,,,,, 36 130, 136, 146, Mott, Mary ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 3 6, 122, Mott, Robert Allen ,,,,,, ,, ,..,, 92, Mouse, Virginia ,,,,,,,,,, 69, Mulligan, Wilomena ,... ,,,,,, 3 6, 137, 146, Munroe, Robert ,,,, ,,..,,, ,,,,,,,, 9 2 , 147, Munsell, Ruth Marie ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,. Murdock, Kenneth ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 6 , Murphy, Ralph ,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, 5 2, 153, 157, Mussett, A1ma Jane ,,,,,, ,,,,i, ..,., , , W Nagge, J. W. ,,,,,,,, .,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Nash, Charles ,,,,,,,, , ..,,,, 92, Nash, Charles W. Nash, John N. Nash, Leonard .... ,,,,.. 6 9, Neece, Bernndine H , ,.., 36, Neis, Ruby ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 9 2, Nelson, Aileen ,, , ,,,,, , Nelson, Dorothy ,, Nelson, Johnny ,,,, ..,,,. 6 9, Nelson, Maurine ,, , ,,,, Neudeck, Lucile , ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, 53, 139, Neumayer, Anita F. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 92, Newcomer, Imogene .... ,,,,, 5 3, 145, 147, Newell, Mary Evelyn ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 3, 133, Newman, Clyde , ,,,,, ,,,,,, 6 9, 153, Newman, Dorothy ,,,., , ,,,,,,,,,, 53, Newton, Erwin F, ,, Newton, Nola ,. ,, 53, Nichols, Daryl E. ,,,,, 53, Nielson, R. ,,,, ,, 146, Nienstedt, Wilma ,,,,, , 53, 188, Niermeier, Grace , Nitcher, Carol ,, ,, Nixon, Barbara ,,,, , Noell, Wilina ,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,, W Noland, W'inifred ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 9 2, 147, Norris, Gayle ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Norris, Laura B. ,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, , , , Norvell, Lawrence ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 9 3, 152, 153, Norvell, Ruth 1.,,,, 70, 142, 153, 155, Nye, Joe ........,.... ,,,,,,,,,, . ..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 3, Obley, Nvilliam ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,,. 9 2 , O,Daniel, Jean ,,,,,,,,,,, , , 93, 144, 147, Oelschlneger, Maxine ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,..,,.. 9 3 , 144, O'Mar:1, Michael ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,.,, . 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Phelan, Virgil ,,,,,, Phelps, Eva . Phelps, Bruce ,,,,,, . Phenneger, Maxine ,,,,, Philips, A. W. rrrtrrrrr Polley, Philips, Helen E. W Phillips, Geo. H. Phillips, Kathryn ,,,,, Pickett, R. R. ,,.. . Pierson, Anna Grace ,,,., Pierson, Lois ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Pine, Elsie H. ....,,,., . Pointer, Beulah ,,,...,,,,, Bonnie Jean ,,,,,, Polley, Katherine ,,,,, Pontius, Arthur ,,,, W Pooler, Mary Eleanor ,,,, Porter, R. R. ,,,,,,,,,,,, . Pospisil, Victoria M. W W Potter, Tresia Jane Powell, Don G. ,,,,,,,, . Powell, Richard A. 126, 53, 141, 235 u 147 237 179 211 235 199 241 227 123 227 188 214 143 240 211 93 240 207 214 144 152 70 241 211 93 211 241 94, 146 167, 133, 36 37, 94, 185, 126 20, 184 127 94 ilii 9 s s 37, 155, Prather, Roy S. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 5 3, 134, 140, Pray, Mildred .,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0, 153, Price, Louise ,,.... ,..,,, 3 7, 133, 138 Price, Virginia ,,,... ,..,..,,,, 7 0, 185, 156 9949 94 53 146 155, 145, 188 140, 146, 94 i 9 Priest, H. 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D. ,,,.,,,, ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 0 Schneider, Dorothy ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 8 , 137, 227 Schoeppel, Lorene ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 6 Schoonover, Alicta ,,,, ,,,,,, 5 5, 185, 188, 189, 240 Schottler, Ruth ..,.,, ,.......,. ,..,... , ,,,1...,, 3 8 , 235 Schrader, Ruth ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, 9 6 , 133 Schrammel, H. ,,,,,,,,,, 20 Schroetter, W'ilma ,,,, 132, 142 Schroth, Thelma ,,,1,, ..,... .,,.., ,,,.,,1,,,,.,,,. 1 3 2 Sehurle, Clarence ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 1 4 Schurter, Roy W. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 38, 122, 141, 194, 211 Scott, Alberta Mae ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 96, 133 Seagondollar, L. Worth .,1,,1.....,.,.,... 126, 128 SeL1WiCk, A101111 W. ....,,,,,,, ,,... 7 1, 146, 148, 214 Seefeld, Twilah ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 1, 146, 148 Seeley, Robert N. ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, 6 9, 147 Selig, George ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 8, 140, 143 Selig, Leonard .,.., ..... 9 6, 140, 173 Selig, Ralph ,,,,, ..,,,,,,, 7 1, 215, 146 Senti, Hazel ,,,,,,,,, ss, 133, 136, 144 Severns, Eunice ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 2 Severns, Mary E. ,,,.,,.., ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,...,,,,,,,.,...,,,1,... 9 6 Shannon, Gail ,,...... 38, 153, 154, 157, 203 Shaw, Denny ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 6 Shaw, Shirley ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 4 5 Shearer, Lawrence M. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 72 Sheffield, Vernon R. ,,,,,. ,.,,,, 2 1, 23, 147, 157 Shelley, Dorothy ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,..,,,,,,,, 2 40 Shelley, Fred ......,,,,,,, ,,,, 5 5, 134, 148, 214 Shelton, Esper .....,,...,... ,,,..,..,..,.,,.,...,,,,,,,1 3 8 Shelton, Gertrude D. ..,.........,...,,..,,.,....,.,.,,.. 38, 149 Shepard, A1'C1'11C ........ 33, 133, 143, 179, 194, 207 Shepherd, Donald .... ...,,. ...... .......................... 1 4 8 Shepherd, Edith ,,,,,,,, .... 7 2, 188 Shepherd, Louis P. ..,, ...... 7 2, 214 12501 Shepherd, Mary Jane ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 53, 154, 156 Shepherd, Willard ...., ,,,, 3 8, 152 153, 157 Sheppard, Glenn ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 8, 126, 128 Sheppard, Ruth ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 45 Sherrard, Ann ,,,,,,,,,,. 38, 152, 186, 188, 195, 227 Shore, Maude ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 145 Short, Helen . .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 2, 240 Shouse, Mary jane ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 31 Shull, Mary May ,..,, ,,..., 7 2, 219 Shupe, Edmund ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 2 Shupe, Eldon E. tttt .,,,,,,,, 7 2, 207 Shuss, Hilma ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,, 1 85 Sickles, Margaret ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 7 2, 141, 227 Siebert, Elizabeth ...., ,,,,,, 1 32, 142, 227 Sigel, John F. ,,,,,,,., .... 1 46, 148, 214 Simmons, Milton ,,,, ..,,. 7 2, 134, 215 Simpson, Daisy ,,,,,,, ,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,, 1 84 Sipes, William L. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, , 126, 134, 140, 146, 167, 170 Sisson, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 2 Skinner, Bill A. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 5 5 214 Skinner, Chas. Truman ,,,,,, .,.,. 3 9, 199 Slater, Violet ,,,...,.,...,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 7 2, 141 Slead, Frank ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 72, 141 Slough, Mary Pauline ,,,, 1.,,,, 5 5, 145, 235 Smart, Melvin A. ,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,, 72 Smith, Allen T. ...... .... 7 2 167, 207 Smith, Betty Lee ...... ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4 0 Smith, Elgeva ..... ..,,,...,, , .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 2 Smith, Gwen ..., ..... 3 9, 139, 195, 231 Smith, Arline .... ,,,,.,, ,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 9 155 Smith, La Von ..... .... 3 9, 184, iss 187, 188 Smith, Maxine ,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 2, 146 Smith, Paul C. ..... ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 3 4 , 145 Smith, Roland .... .........,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, s 5, 214 Smith, Verne ............, ..... 3 9, 124, 127, 130, 207 Smith, Virginia Lee ,,,,,,,.,,,.1,,,,,,, 132, 141 146 227 Smith, Wayne ...............,,........,,,..,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 72, 203 Smith, Winifred ..1..... 39, 132, 142, 144, 145 227 Smithheislcr, Mercedes ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 Sneed, Leona .. .............,.,, ,,,,,1,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Y ,, 240 Snider, Helen .................. ..... 3 9, 141, 223, 240 Snodgrass, Anita Mae ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 4 0 Snodgrass, Vera .........,., ,,,,,,,,, 7 3, 144 231 Snow, Jack .................. ,..,.,, ,,,,,,, 1 7 3, 207 Snyder, Parke .................. .................. 7 3, 141, 211 Socolofsky, Betty Jane ,,.,,,., 132, 153, 155 240 Socolofsky, Jean ................ 55, 133, 139, 141 241 Somerfield, Caroline .................................... 39, 223 Sowder, Frances Beulah .... 39, 133, 138, 145 147 Spade, Gene ................. ..... ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 4 8 Spangler, Elson ,... ...,.. 3 9, 140 148 Spencer, Mary ,,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Spicer, Opal Mae ,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Splichal, Francis .... .... 1 34, 214 Sprague, Louise ..,... .....,,,.,,,,,, 5 5, 139 Sprague, Norman ..... ................. 7 3, 179 Sprecher, Eldred A. ....,.., ,,,, 5 5, 134, 143 148 Springfeldt, Virgil L. .... ,,,.,.1,, 5 5, 143, 211 Stallcup, Billy ....,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 5 Standley, Gladys .,.. .... 3 9 231 Stanley, Bud B. ... .... 39 215 Stanley, Mac R. ..... ...........,........,,..,... 1 23 157 Stark, Arlene ....., ,.... 5 s, 144, 146, 195, 235 Stark, June ........ ...... .......... 3 9 145, 235 Starkey, Betty ..... ....... 1 55, 241 States, Joe ............ ...................... 1 47 Stauffer, Bob .,....... ...... 7 7, 121, 207 St. Bennett, Edith .... .......... 7 1, 142 5 148 147 241 144 241 157 153 157 215 235 143 141 145 231 146 156 241 241 132 148 148 153 153 207 240 156 207 207 235 179 141 132 147 241 146 235 73 145 141 219 133 186 235 St. Clair, James ,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 6 146, Stead, Lucille ,Y,YY,, ,,....Y,Y, 5 5, 138, 143, 146, Steckel, Grace ,,,,,,, , . 73, 132, 144, 148 155, Steele, Jackquelean ,,,.,,,,,, ,. 73, 142, Sreelsmith, Mary Alice .,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,, ,,,,,,,,55, 133, 136, 138, 147, 152, 155, 156, Steg, E. 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