Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

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They were men then quickly. They embraced the good and evil of the world into which they were thrust -a world bestowed on them by the ignorance they had come here to conquer. They went out to all the little- known, strange-named places. They lived each monotonous hour, each madly racing day, and suddenly grew old. They fought unsurely and awkwardly because they were men of peace who knew books better than rifles. They saved a land, reenshrined an idea- and then they died. Now the world is drunk with peace. Men vie again for selfish pur- pose, nations wrangle, politicians argue and are called statesmen, busy people are oblivious and time reels through the freshly inked pages of hesitant history. And little bits of Emporia State lie around the world, waiting to be justified. But remembering alone is not justification. Those who left this school to lie in the lonely fields and on the quiet islands or to drift endlessly in the waves that wash the shores of all the earth could not have been much concerned with leaving us but a memory. Instead they left a land and a peace and a challenge. The chal- lenge is to live: to love the laughter, to bear the sorrow, to seek the full- ness and the answer to the everlasting searching that life is. To remember, yes, and to be saddened by the memory of good friends, lost and longed for, who are not coming home. To keep the past forever fresh. To drink the toasts and say the prayers and shed the tears of memory. But this dedication is not to the past, not to memory alone. This book shouts impatiently at the future when this youth is mellowed, this gaiety is the seriousness of America's men and women, this knowledge, planted in us here, is the wisdom of the world -- the good, one, worthwhile World which alone can explain about those who are not here. wi ,env gi., ,lik Inspiration . . . Our single aim - to hold a mirror to Emporia State Teachers College for the 1946-47 year so that the fun and frolic, woes and work, be made permanent to you. Our single hope-that in years to come you may glance often in this book to recall these memories so dear to you. l , ff'-ty . x fp CM x o" ,,- - . 6 4 0 Q43 , X f 'v l f'l M , nugseagscruciaexgmsinrk 'CYGQSS F reward . . . 0 This has been a difficult year for any annual. Filled with shortages, it has been impossible to keep abreast of all revisions, since a yearboolds Work begins almost a year before publication. To a most helpful staff we give our thanks for moral and material support through trying times. The Editors. 4Qi3PDPQQQP Q95- .lllliyr 31.-ll IHCHI X s . f'llll'Xfg'r A Jitllx Rum - ALL' ' Sefrurzrl 5f,m6SZZ5Nl lzaj -1 ,, W I The 6afe Admlhlkffdflbh Blllydlhg ' Sig RE ,,.-p-s-1 ,y 4 N- , ,.,. wi all 9 .ff wwii 0 I I Musk' Hall if M..,,...f Kellogg lib ary S O 0 I 4 Nor on Scfbnce Hall ,,w,i,f f 3, B if ' J' fii'f7?Vif5 Z 3' "ZIl53I:3'l"f?'.'g - Q' f.'.15:'Y5'f1'- fi" 'if-'t ITG? :-fZY"?'Z?4'7f'-':'.-A'-"if ?""'?'f13f ug 215' x VX? ma 7 ' ' W V4 r 5 ,eff ,Ara-,frgff a,w,fv,m55gvQf 4,, ,,?ifif?fgg,,,,g:igf W - :wgg'1'qf,fgh1 ,f 1,1 ,, fg M V Zfffj ' ' " ' k?7i'A'Q f'vf5:.fg2'Z2.i35Qi1'A' - Q Q H. .fb ' 4 i 'WNW-Q muh, V mm The Memor bl Umbn . . . 5'17em' Joe 7!1e 6ym 1-,viii The Sunken e 6am'en Roosevelt HW: Scflool Morse Hal! Elementary School as . .. if if Sfadhzm ,foo Q IIT1 l.l l,J V v President Davkl L Mac Farlane , h ,W Y Y Frank farlson Governor of Kansas Me Board 0f Regents Slunrlfng Ilulwrl Bfiglllllill. S!'4'I'Q-'Ii1lAj. 'llrpn-lxal: Willis N. Kelly. Clllliflllilll. 'llqwkuz Urfxx xlllilllglllill. Pauvlu: firmer Pmvlm-. xldllllillllllll l. Ii. Slilllxkj. Kuna-4 City. lxaxnkal-: fizfflll' Stuuffe-1' 'l'up1'lxa1. Swutwl I". Nl. llzxrrif. Ottawa: XIII. lflivulu-ll: llaulgllm. fv11l1l'U!'1HlIZ I.f'NYPl' Xlm'l'm', flzmlvn City: ,le-rrx In-i-I-ull. link--fill: NIL- He-llx R:-ml. Twp:-kai. a vf 1 Department Heads and School 0fHcers . . . SIIlI1lUI1.g---BOI'1'ilC1'S, Dr. O. J.: Rim-h, Dr. Everett: Baller. fl. V.: Peterson. Dr. U. J.: .i21lllf'4. Dr. H. F., Cram, Ur. Winston: CI'f'IIlEl', R. fi.: 'l'rnsiPr. Xiit'iUl' T.: Mimi. Huy li.: Mvfliii. ii. ff.: Blizzard. C. A. Seflterln-'l'111'ne1', Clair K.g Pfianm, Dr. Ceo. R. R.: hiEIt'FiU'iiiIiP. Dr. David L.. Pzvfifielili Chnl- Felter, Mrs. Vifwlnrineg Miller. Miss Minnieg Mitchell. Miss Margaret: Mvflnllnngh. Mis. Ftlnu. These are the men and women who gnitlr' ns lhrnnggh the lrink :tml lrilniintifms of mn' college life. They aid us in the chnire of our murseS and utlminislci' ln nur many needs. They are the guiding hands-W rnlmhieti from them wr' immune the muliugn Q1I'LllilI1llfW of lmiziy. Tn them we say, "Thank Yon." I in 1 Faculty Men Af P ay . . . Facalfy Mens Club Dr. Pflaam 1417115 for The Kill . . . The faculty men must also have their rec- reation. The students beat a path to the Union, but, not to be outdone, the faculty men retire to their club. Here, instead of "The Panic of '37," comes "The Panic of the Next Move." lill ll mgiluin' Dean of Men Mr. Victor "Vic" T. Truslei' Dean of Women Miss Mildred Mitchell 'UV' as Business Manager Mr. R. G. Cremer ,fx Registrar Mr. Ray C. Maul E -Y Y,,... New ace Among Lt'-fl f:IlE:lI'ICS Hendricks. Uuxif' . . Hoy Durham, Savill! 5Ci6llL'C . . Waller Elder. Cfafzzlrzvrn' . . . Ralph Lynn, 12'l1gliS,1. Almzw Dugan Laird. Spvvrlz . . . . Hamline Goebel, lfnglish . . Duuuc '1'lll5lxCl', Spccwlz. I 34 ll 7' ' The acuity XNNM. High!-M Irene Johnson, Musif . . . . . . . Rida Duckwall, Commerce . . . Abum' 'fllerman Baehr, lfumnzcrce . . . . Cliflun Huff, Social Science. I O U Alex Daughtry. PlllI'l'lIIl'llf Edwin Sluntzner, QIIIISIIF. . . Ray Sandcfur, SjIt'l'L'll I "7 I M13 Year LZTJ ,q---- Student- acuity Aayhstment Board Standingillene Byer, ,Ioe Eisenbach. Seated-A Dr. George Pflaum, Dr. Winston Crum, President Macl"arlune, Ruth Griffith. Miss Elsie Pine, Alvin Morris. First formed to reduce friction between the faculty and the student body, the Student Faculty Adjustment Board has now earned a per- manent place on the campus. To this board students and faculty alike may bring complaints or suggestions. The board then considers the prob- lem from the light of the student, the faculty, and the administration, and makes recommendations accordingly. After the board makes a recommendation, its only other function is to see that the recommenda- tion reaches the proper destination. Examining problems ranging from a reqfuest for more pencil shar- peners to the alleged abuse of veterans' funds, the Student Faculty group has never failed to reach a common ground among themselves, and every recommendation has been made by unanimous vote. This year a liaison group has been formed to aid cooperation between the SFAB and the Student Council. From time to time the two groups meet together to iron out campus problems and to plan coordinated programs of in- vestigation. The Student Faculty Adjustment Board is governed in its meetings by a group of fifteen by-laws, which limit the board's powers and pro- vide for methods of replacement of members. Student members are elected in the spring, to serve for not more than two yearsg the faculty members are appointed by the presidentg and the president himself serves as chairman ex officio for the group. liliil -1 Rufzweek , QQ The Alpha Sigs put forth their Iwst bridge during rush week. Highlighting the first Week of each semester is Rush Week. This is the e time that the Greeks put on their best bib and tucker and give forth with the smiles -- Results - Many pledges. The Sigma TIIIIS give the mshees the time of their lives in fl hull session fam Elecffbns Elecflbn Con vo Whom fo Vote for Taylor Gives ffl Info 6 vi,-I7 , Open House The Kappa Sigs lnnk for P0315 Open-House. al the Alpha Sig Horace gets a free drink at the Tri Sig House Boy meets Girl at Open-House held by the Sororities of our campus fill Peggy Pedogog Mrk: Mary Forbes Elected by tbe student body to retgn over 'tbe Homecoming Festivities IMI fam! Drum . . . Runner-up for Peggy Pedagog IIII UL EEN 'XNIJ HER X'l"I'l':ND.-XNTF Pulricria JQIIIIKTS. Xalvllu xllH'1'lxf'l. "Q1me'11" Vary urlves. Xirgliniu Getz. liurnl Drum. l,J.llI'0IlC Petersen. 1 pm I Af The Follfks . . . ,,., - THE QUEEN and her attendants at the homecoming game. PHI DELTA CHI ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA , lst Place 2nd Place fiill The Dunkfhg 5'pree I I I The "K Club" the wet end Equal rights for freshmen women. N IRR1 Me Speed: Department Pre em' iz - BK X scene from "Ladies in lim-Iil'f-vilvxit.-A Beginning with "Snafu" the Speech Department was constantly busy producing one hit show after another. "Snafu" had the timely theme of problems encountered by a young returning service man. Naturally everything turned out for the best and he got the girl. "I Remember Mama," a comedy-drama about Mama's imaginary bank account, was followed by "State of the Union," a play concerning current political topics. It kidded politics and political parties somewhat in the manner of "I'd Rather Be Right." "Ladies In Retirement" left much doubt if the ladies were actually ladies. After all, nice people don't go around sealing up bodies in old second-hand ovens. But that is what happened. Two demented old sisters made the murder seem less gruesome with gathering bundles of drift wood, sea shells and chattering somewhat efmnfusingly between them- selves. For sheer mechanical fascination, "I Remember Mama" was the most pretentious undertaking since Mr. Gilson's pre-war production ol' the HATl'l6I'iC2ill Way," which had a huge cast including a large percentage of the school's enrollment. Hblillllilu used all the trick lighting that could be con,inred up in conjunction with small wagon stages on rubber wheels. f :Vx I T IN 1 5 '1fL5 011fA scene from hsllizlfllf, Iinllwn fl"ro1x1 "I RPIIICIIIIDCI Manila." 2151 ay . c sluge vrvw fpcmlu many Immun w scenery. Eddfb Worrman and Band . . Joe Turner Hits A H436 0ne I 'B Rs" for Dinner Hours Rosalee and Her Music Makers . . . L :su 1 Second Semester Enrollment Writirlg Writing Writing fnecking Table No. 2 . . . Worry, Worry . . L Ju 1 Vj,11-. group as llosluss ln I7LlI'l'y mul lllr: lunvliuns ul ll l Mor e Hall Annex . . . Thin! Rauf 'Juan Block. Kathleen Fox. Muna l':llI1llSSOIl. Kathleen Gleichiman. Gloria Barnes, Naomi Dickson. Scrum! Kun'-V-'Doris Drulvll. Clase Selxy, l'l1yl l.eruux. Lcnna llargamline, Eula Page, Anne R1blJlllS17Il. First Run' Mary Ju Ulling, llurullxy Kcicllarrll, Holly Noland, liilccn Sanders, Anita Reiml. ll'l'1'2irI-nl' Nlmwr' llall Xnncx UH'llI1lNl'1'lIUbf'1l lms who arm' allmsml in lixc willmul llw guicling llllllfl nl Ll llllllH!'IIllFllll'l'. 'llwy vlvvl um- ul llwil' ll4YllSClll4llllCl'. Muna llall Anncx l ll l , Morse Hall Bz1f'kKou,"-ff'1'1'eya Lenz. Velma Laney. Barlmara Puhr. Mary Will. Eleanor xliift-ll. llhrisleua Hm- kin. Evelyn Novak, Rosalie Nloureheacl, Luis Hreazier. Betty Rogers, llazel Black, Mary Ruple, Mary Evelyn Stevens. Tliiral lluiv V- Carol Eflwards. Mrs. Finklrincr, lirlilh Frazier. Vvnila 'l'u1:ker. Heela Wllurn, Junivcc llnruli, llelen Robinson, Mary Taller. Hulll Valyer. Villa Clolliier. Scrwnl Rout Jnyvo Ileclges. Pal Barren. lfram-cs Allen. lltnlly SHIl1l5ll'UlIl, Gwen Zmlglwrz Mlclyn Dewlmer. l Firsl Ron' -f Eleanor Wliitluw. Sally Wingate. Yiviau l'iermrc. Alive l'lI'LiZlCl'. D121 Buck Row-Joanne Barnhart, Sylvia Myers, Esther Lyharger, Irene Smith, Charlotte White, Vesta Pownell, Alice Schwindt. Delores Bryant, Ruth Berry, Lillian Ringwald, Lucille Moore, Lucy llovey. SUCUIIII Ku1t'-- Esther Zimmerman. ,lean Ruhy. Carol Price. Nlary Hawkins. llelen Hell. Nlaric Hughes, Evelyn Caskill. Betty Marlar. Anita Bunch, Roberta Radcliffe, Catherine Carter. First Row--f1'hyllis Kay, Elizabeth Perkins, Candace lfrench, Sally Caldwell, Georgianna Gordon. Morse Hall history is comparatively short, but time does not always make good history. College girls first started living there twenty-three years ago. The dormitory was built by state funds and named Abigail Morse Hall for Abigail Morse, who was the first Dean of Women at Kansas State Teachers College. Iirlflf Kon' ,lane lfogleinan. Eunive Grass. Anna Brenner. Xaleria Phillips. l"ramres Mrtlalve, Etta Mae Mason, Evelyn Farris, ,laoquelyne Nichols. Celia Wooil, Betty Anne Swezey. Sm-om! Ron' Bonnie Hanson. Adele Terry, Dorothy Buckley. Jacqueline Fair, Mary Crawford, Travis Jacobe. Dixie Lee Blannen. First Fon- Dorothy Lake, Dorothy Zimmerman. Estamary Graham, Virginia Ross, Mary Rogers, Doris Dyck, ,lean Guy, Helen Klostermann, Pat Dorris. lL13l lfef 14 ar ments 'tmgfla . Q I O O H The newest addition to the camp us is the "Veterans Apartments" housing area. This is the home of many a man who at one time com- manded, but now is second in command. The apartments are modern throughout and when touched with the feminine hand be- come very attractive. fi . Ver my "Hmne,' is what many Z1 Stu- dent-veteran calls "Vet City." The trailer units have been a "life saver" to many a veteran and all voice the fine, friendly attitude of the neighbors. Lloyd Eby Cforrner Navy Ensigny was elected to the post of City-Manager at the beginning- of second semester. Relax bg Af The 011 bn Some play cards 'SWK ,Q - ,314 - Y s 1 55 Agia. 6 Q' in i 52' f. mm ,wr-ul llw me Pvuplw lwhl 21 gulnfwl 0 U ' Anil mln? slmly Queen 0f Me IC ll. "Sweetheart Swing" Miss Carol Drum was chosen queen of the Kansas Uni- versity "Sweetheart Swing" at Lawrence. Other candidates at K. U. included beauties from Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas City, K. U., Kansas State, Baker, and Washburn. One of the events of the week-end was a parade on Mt. Oread which was attended by all the Candi- dates from the various colleges. Some of the gifts which were presented her during the Coronation ceremony inrluded a double oriental orchid, two bracelets, and a gold Compact. l'l7l fare! Drum 5'oc1'a'l Oqgamkaffbns Pan-Heller: k fauna? . . . X- Second Row --- Robison. ,loang Welsli, Jeang Decker, Claudineg Crahh, Arlieg Richards, Betlyg Lewis, Leilag Mayes, Melvag Murphy, Maurine. First Row-Overholt, Dorothy: Vlcek, Velmag Bergh, Miss Doris: Drum, Carolg Fanestil, Marjorie. OFFICERS ELIZABETH RICHARDS ..., President .......................... ........,. D elta Sigma Epsilon DOROTHY OVERHOLT .,,... Secretary ,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,...,,,.. ,.,,,........ A lpha Sigma Tau ARLIE CRABB ..,.,,.....,...,.,,... Treasurer ........,.,..........,........,.. ,.,...,.... S igma Sigma Sigma MAURINE MURPHY .....,.... Corresponding Secretary ,.,..,.,.,,.,,.,...,,, Alpha Sigma Alpha Pan-Hellenic Council is an organization composed of members from each of the five sororities on the campus. It forms the executive council of the women's Greek organizations, and holds the Pan-Hellenic constitution containing the rules and regulations formulated for the common welfare of the sororities. Pan-Hellenic Council plans and promotes local rules, activities, and standards common to all five sororities. Each year Pan-Hellenic awards a scholarship prize to the sorority with the highest academic rating for the year. It also has a student loan fund set up for the convenience of both Greek and non-Greek girls. Monthly meetings are held in the Student Council room under the sponsorship of Miss Doris Bergh, instructor in the Music Department. At this time each sorority presents its problems and questions for discussion by all. Miss Mildred Mitchell, women's advisor, frequently attends the meetings and offers suggestions. t "Sweetheart Swing" was the theme of the Valentine Dance, held on February 14, sponsored by Pan-Hellenic. Decorations in the traditional Valentine colors of red and white with huge hearts boasting the Greek letters of each sorority made the ballroom a den of romance. l50l infer-F afe My C'ounc7 SIIIIIIUIIQ' fwooton, Jackg Taylor, Francisg Wolf, liarlang Bush. Duane. Scrllvrl Byer. Gene: 'l'urner. ,loeg Mr. 'l'i'usler: Rich. lveorizinlg Long. l.owr-ll. OFFICERS IIQUN.-XRD RICIII. ......Prcsiclenl ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , ........,. 9 ignifz Tun CIIIIINIII .l0l'f TL RNER. . ..,., Secretary and Treasuiei ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Plzi llcltrl Clif JOE EISENBAIIII ,,..,...,... Editor. ,,AA . ,,,,,.,, . ,,,,,,,,, Kappa Sigma Epsilon MR. V. T. TRUSLISR ,,,,,,,,...... ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,A,,,,,,,.,,,AA,,,A,,,....,A,, ,,,,,,........ S p onsor The Inter-Fraternity Council is the administrative body of the four fraternities on the campus and is composed of two representatives from each Greek organization. Sponsor for the Council is V. T. Trusler, Dean of Men. Deferred pledging was the most important issue to be presented this year. Much discussion was rendered on the issue, however a final decision was not reached. Representatives from each sorority and fraternity were chosen to investigate the problem more thoroughly. If the plan is adopted by the Greek organizations on this campus, it would mean a student must be enrolled at least one semester before any pledge to a Greek organization could be made. The problem of sending corsages arose again this year and flowers were immediately voted out. Corsages were banned from all sorority parties. The Inter-Fraternity and Inter-Sorority dances are also included under this restriction. Sending corsages is an optional privilege for all fraternity parties. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Trusler, and the chairmanship of Leonard Rich, the council planned and held the best Inter-Frat dance that has been experienced in "many a moonf' The Student Union was the scene of fes- tivities. 'Ihe Easter Hop, as the council christened it, may become an annual affair. fill U I I Ama Sgma Awe . . . 5 qw Rf- '-H-,fa f:?111Zgg1I:fff:r:P' """' H- -v-. , K 1 ,III K ,hifi fir? E It QI fffnil W ff vm ififfim ...Q ' ,t,f,,ff Hr- W LI I III-I Tjj I E wa , I mf H -,r- NVIIII' 873-Im, if 9 OFFICERS CAROL DRUM ,,AA,,,,,, ,,,,,,Y,,, P resizfvnl LIICILLE BENDER ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,A,,, , Vive-Presideyzl ANN HARRISON, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. RPl'lIfllIIIg Secretary PATRICIA FORD ,,,,..,....A Corrvspnnrling Serremry INIARTHA BERNDT ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, T rvnszfrwr NIAIIRINE MURPHY, INA LOU CONKLIN, CAROL DRUM ,,,, Pan-Hellffnif' Rl'1lff'Sf'HfHIl'I7?.9 .IOAN CALHOUN, INA LOU CONKLIN ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Rush Captains MRS. ROSE WE5'I' .,,.,,,,.,,..... .... . ..HlIllSf'I7l0lh6I MISS EDNA IVICCIILLOIIGH ,,,... Frlrlllly Sponsor f' !IIpIul Sig IIMN' all II6 Wvflsl I2IIn f5t?1 ff- A Vinlx l'1NIlll.. ncml we any inure! . . . Mill- Ilfgllll-Iilllt' fill' stluly . . . New fad. Crazy "8" . . . l'f2Ie1'fun flalw 'em up . . . xlillllffl' Wcsl and Helly sUl'Cll5wIIll . llallfesl. Tllirfl Row- llender, Bermll, Calhoun. ciilitllltffl. llhoale. Clark. SUIYIIIII Kun' tjllllixllll. Drum. ll., Drum. J.. lfmlwards. lforil. llarxif I'.I'l.iI Run' Ulaulfe-ller. llrass. llarrison. Ila1'lr'nlmwe1'. Karnes. lxnoeppx-I. From the diary of Epsilon Epsilon chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha, tumbles the story of a year packed full of gay and varied activities. The series of rush week parties first semester ended with the Alpha Sig dinner and early the following Sunday morning fourteen young women were serenaded and taken to the chapter house where they became pledges of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Early in the semester on week-end evenings, Alpha Sig house doors were opened and the sorority members were hostesses to the fraternities and independent men. A few weeks later, Carol Drum was chosen by the Alpha Sigs as their candidate for Peggy Pedagog as preparations for homecoming events were undertaken. "Evening in Paris" was spent at the pledge formal, with a twilight Parisian skyline and a multitude of stars. Pledge mother Jacuueline Max- well, was crowned by the pledges as the oueen of the formal. lfill lugs.. -i .7-ix Thin! 1'fllll"731i-IXWPII. Miller. Moore. Nlulsow. Nlurphy, NilII'l'iij'. SUFOIIIX Hou' -Peterson. M.. Peterson, l'.. Prison-k. Hidcnour. Shafer. Sorenson l'11'.w! Hou' TPll'ilQll'1lCil6l'. lerry. Willlv. W ilson. Founders Day, observed with a dinner given the chapter by Emporia alumni, recalled the history of Alpha Sigma Alpha at Emporia State as well as the history of the national group. The traditional winter formal, the "Snowball Party," was held in the Student Union December 13, with sweet music, Christmas decorations, and a ceiling full of snowballs, Two days later the last social event of 1946 took place at the chapter house when the Alpha Sis and their mothers gathered around the Christmas tree and exchanged gifts. Another successful rush week, the first few days of second semester, closed on Wednesday, January 22, with a dinner at the chapter house. Near Mother's Day the Alpha Sigs were hostesses at a formal tea given by the mothers. After the tea, new members of A. S. A. Mothers' Club were initiated. In May, Alpha Sig seniors were honored at the sorority "Senior Break- fast," and this farewell gesture of the seven graduated members closed the 1946-47 Alpha Sigma Alpha school year. l55l Aww Sgma Tau . . . SM? 'E 5-1 , I X OFFICERS YL B B YS YS H A V YHLINIA Ylilhlli .,....,.. .....,,.,,,. I ,l't'.Sfl1Clll 'k 'fr x 4 DOROTHY PRICE ,,,..,,. ,,...,........ V iz'e-Prvsizlelzt Q JOY BRANSON ...........,,.,.,... Recording Secretary V A V . , , . sr MARJORIIL STEAD ,,,,,. Lnrrcfspomlzrzg Sc'f'rvlury DOROTHY OYERHOLT. YALE'I"l'A MOECKEL. YELMA VLCEK..I,Illl-Hl'llL'Ilil,' RUprc'sc'l1Iulil'es AIRS. FRANK NASON ,,,,..... ..,,,,, H 0llSf'IIIOflLt:'I' MISS HELEN R. GARMAN .,,,,.,. Faculty Sponsor 'T' Th 6 e Alpha Tau House at 1006 Constitution 1 li -' 'Yawu . . . Kf'IilXiIl- with I'1'l'l'l'1l5 . . . . Allllllll w l'1'e-ln-4l vllallvl' ..... Ml! lieauly . . . xvllffll' lllUl'C Iw SIIIUIXC lIlCl'C IN flue. Music for many-Businc as usual After rush week in September, the Alpha Taus had ten new pledges. Homecoming was great fun. Alumni swarmed through the sorority house to help add gayety to the occasion. For the first time since before the war, the girls decorated their house, and it was an entirely new ex- perience for most of the girls. However, they enjoyed fashioning a large "Welcome" sign out of crepe paper, and making a figure of "Corky" leaping over the goal posts and figures of defeated and battered "Tigers" sitting gloomily around the "grave', of a member of their team. The Alpha Taus' skit in the 1946 Homecoming Follies consisted of a melodrama adapted to the outstanding faculty personalities on the Emporia State campus. ' Valetta Moeckel represented the sorority as an attendant to Peggy Pedagog. The first semester pledges decided to make their party for the actives an informal one. And informal it was! They arranged for hayracks-and a bonfire and barbecue when the group reached their destination. The rest of the evening was spent in the Student Union "Hornet's Nest" playing ping-pong, cards, and dancing. Lfisj l'4l7IIIif,I, Ron' Allen. Branson. ilarrotliers., Feili. Geist. l'larnden. Thin! Razr- llett, lleuherl, Xloeckel. Nichols, Uverlioll. Phillips. EPVIIIIII R1IIl"' fl'rice. Plll'liCll. Roberts. Ross. Silas-I. Sleawl. I., , V . 'lzxl lion' lrnfe. Y amluxere. Xlrek. Xl.. Xlvelx. X. 'l'o observe the founding of the first Chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau in 1899, the Iota Girls held a formal dinner in the chapter room. llell week proved to be fun for both actives and pledges. The Alpha Taus chose "Winter Wonderland" for their part in the annual Christmas sing. Six girls pledged Alpha Tau the second semester. They were Lois Anderson, Mardell Bell, Bobbie Boynton, Joyce Hedges, Barbara Puhr, and Jeanne Ruby. The social affairs of the sorority were climaxed by the annual spring formal held in April at the Broadview Grillroom. l59l Q3 Delta Sggma fpsflon OFFICERS JUAN RUBISUN .,....., IIFSIIIFHI ELIZABETH RICHARDS VIKFIIKXIIILILZ OPAL MAE SCHOOF, lt eme er JOSEPHINE BLOXONI 2nd semester I nrrvspondznb Szrrzmry MARIE WILIIITE ,,,,,,. MARJURIE SAIIDER JOAN ROBISON. BETTY RICHARDS MELVA MAYES,.PaI BETTY RICHARDS. MELVA MAYES ,,,,,,,,. MRS. NELLIE HALL MISS BEULAII IIOULTONI Sponsor Ihe DBIILL Sig lluuse at 1005 N1CI't,Ildllt I I I The officers talk il over willm IXIUIIIGI' llall . . Life is greu! . . . A lnrimlge game ie always re- laxing . . . MIN. RUIIISHII keeps un eye on dzlughler . . Tidy up lime. .gp-', B ,---3..,, K -. if ,fp l wx De a' Sgfma fps17on . . . V Epsilon chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon began the new school year with a busy week, ending with an "Engagement" preferential dinner, The following Sunday morning ten girls became pledges of Delta Sigma Epsilon. Semester activities progressed with Open House for the fraternities and men of Mu Epsilon Nu. The pledges gave their semester party at the Civic Auditorium, November 9, using the theme "Duffy's Tavern? The night of December 20, the chapter entertained their dates and guests with a formal Christmas dance. The house was decorated with lighted Christmas trees, pine, mistletoe, and candles. Second semester got off to a good start with the pledging of four girls. Early in the second semester we were visited by our national president, Miss Elizabeth Daniels, and two girls from the Psi Chapter at Warrens- burg, Missouri. On March 20, the girls entertained their fathers with a dinner, program, and serenade. Delta Sigma Epsilon was happy to receive the Pan-Hellenic Scholarship Award for highest rating of grades for 1946. Another happy event was the receiving of the loving cup for winning the Women's award in the Singing Bee. We sang western folk songs, which included: "Tumbling Tumbleweed," "High Falutin' Buckaroo," "Song of the Sage," and our Sweetheart Song. l'l1e leleplmne alwuvs lakes a lu-:ning Chl Rulululs- Rath f fill 1 K lfourllz Rnzi'-Arinslroilgx. Bean. llloxmn. llloyu-. Uozul. Third Ron' Hoffinan. Nlarkley. Nlayes. Nlolney. Peilnington, St'!'UIlll lil?Il"" I,fiit'I'St?Il. Rainy. RlCl121l'4lN. Ronison. Sauder. lfirsl Hun' fSvl1oof. Sexerns. Xoeste. Williite. VVe held our spring formal at the Broadview Hotel, dancing to the music of Rosalee and her Music-Makers. Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on September 23, 1914. The sorority grew rapidly and in 1917 became the fourth group to join the Association of Educational Sororities. Epsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon was founded on Emporia State Campus, March 21, 1917. I tc: 1 Pi Ka a Sggma' xxl 119 i I . YS' I 0 0 OFFICERS CLAUUINE DIQCKHR , A , , 1 'H-siflfwf JEAN WELSH , , ., . , ,, . , r'if-Q-lffmlfnf HELEN JANE NICKELS,.,I.'nrrespomIing Svcy. BARBARA B.-XRNETT ,,,,,,, Rvrording Sw-rvtnry AJARTIIA SPELLMAN. .,,,,,,, .,,,, 7 vl4f'IlSlll'l'l' CLAIJDJNE DECKER. XJIRGINIA CRICCS. JEAN WELSH ,,,. Pzzn-Hrllvrlir Rf'12rn's1'r1Int1'1'P.9 MRS. EMMA JONES ........, ,,,,,,,, H fzzlsvlzznllzffr DR. MJNNIE MILLER .,,,....,, ,Frlrllllv Sponsnr -. warm l' 64 J Tllf' l'i Kap lluusv all 132 Wvsl 12th l'1lIIlllll"N arf' illWLlQ4 gmail for a laugh . . . lllilll nlilw Izlllxx it mm' vxilll xlllll Alu . . . Beauty! . .. Two lillle girls ul Iva . . . ll! il ruuml ulv lrrimlgff gauw. vvlllll lu plan? Tihg 232556 in 5 N11 1255? Pi Kappa Sgfma Pl KAPPA SiGMA-With the Big Top as our theme this fall, rush week was a "circus" We pledged ten new girls. Our proxy, Claudine Decker, was fresh from the national convention at Mackinac Island, Michigan, where she picked up beaucoup new ideas . . . and a sun tan. The welcome mat was worn slick during Homecoming when thirty of our alums "headquartered" at the Pi Kap house for the week-end's festiv- ities. They all looked with proud and shining eyes on the Baby Grand piano which we had purchased in October. In November the pledges enter- tained with a formal dance in the Student Union Ballroom. Eddie Wort- man's band furnished super-syncopa- tion for our dancipation. Fairyland was the theme of the party, and Wilma Smithheisler, pledge mother, reigned as the Fairyland Queen. Christmas season was especially gay with a Sunday morning breakfast given by Aunt Jo, whose cuisine ideas would rival the best in the business. Mrs. Steerman, Mrs. Gorman, and Dr. Miller were our guests. Breakfast was followed by the opening of many gifts- proof that we had all been good little girls! Second semester rush week brought us five heaven-sent pledges whose Q.: 1' !2i2"W"' IM. N.. md. np. ' f'ef ..f:w v::!::::f,5i1:s:f5Q.: :: times, Askew. Barnett. Brown. Burri De Tvs 25 ..,.m, um .,, 4. cker, ldilwalwls, lfvans. Uelz. llrigg 'iv- Top Hou'-Jones. Knapp, Knotts. E.. Knotts, R., Knousc. Lewis. f.'r'nIe'r Rolf' xliigllllllfii. Nickels. Robinson, Ruple. Sf-liincdelnaliii. Shaw. Ruflunf Ron' Spelllnau. Sieffe. Sleg. 'Yorram-6-,. Welsh. Wright. halos soon began to tarnish when they got the mistaken idea that actives were gullible objects for impractical jokes. April 25 brought our formal dinner dance which was held at the Broad- view Grillroom with Rosalee and her Music-Makers providing music for our dining and dancing pleasure. 1947 marks the eighteenth year that our housemother, Aunt Jo, has been lovingly watching over the girls at "132." We owe much to her super-efficient management and to the ever Wise and interested counsel of our faculty advisor, Dr. Miller. ffrli Sgma Sgfma .YQYIIG . . . F-. ,.., , a s rel I Y. OFFICERS LEILA LEWIS .,,,,, , ....,,,. Presirlent JEANNE BELTING ,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,... Vive-President LAURA MAE KUHLMAN ...... ,,.,,,,, . Surrezary IMOGENE RICHARDS ,,...,,.,,.,,........,.... TFCIISIIVFI ARLIE CRABB, LEILA LEWIS. MARJURIE FANESTIL ,,,,,.,,,,,A,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pan Hellvnir' Represcrzlrltfves ARLIE CRABB, MARJORIE FANESTIL ........ Rush Crzpfrzins MRS. ALICE SULLIVAN .,..,.,....... Housemother MISS IRENE DE MUN ...,..,...,, Farufty Sponsor The- Tri Sig: hmur- :xl -H3 ww! I2Ill Telepllmlc 'l'e'clmiq1w . . . Rest aml He- luxatimx . . Records are great . 'W 'am Mother Fullixan and bl'XCl'kll nl! llu- gurlz. 5 f Nl 1 eh 'L ' skfi Il if ,,. 32 Wi' gf if 5 Xmlerwii, Baker. Belling. Cardwell. llolglazier. fllllllblll. tlmlulv. Crawfoiwl. Doyle. litliiimlgge. l'lllllt'rlll. ldluclger, Foster, Gay. Haley. Hassler. llefner. llovll. .lamem Jolinslun. Kulilnian. Kulninlx, Lewis, L.. Lewis. N., Mallory. Sigma Record Shop was the theme of rush week. We recorded our smiles on Sunday at the Hotel Broadview coke date and played them constantly until the following Friday-result twenty pledges. After getting the pledges well in hand and reversing the coke buying procedure l7UQl ,.. Lv Top Rolf- Nlallicws. Nlf'Ncill. Mott. C., Moll. Payne, Pennington. lliflrllf' Ron' Pflaum. IRll'llill'IlS. Sauder. Scliwarm, Seifert. Sheeley. Hnllrmz Ron' Smalcs. Soclcrslrom. Swincliart, Tllresher. Welch. Yeager. we held open house for each fraternity, and became acquainted with the male element on the campus. Homecoming saw multi-many alumni returning for the annual event. Sigma Sigma Sigma was judged second on the Homecoming house deco- rations. Our pledges entertained us royally at the winter formal, "Pledge Calam- ity." With decorations conveying the theme and Eddie Wortman fur- nishing the music, we realized the calamity of every pledge. "Sigma Surrealism" was emphasized by a supply of unattached arms, eyes, and legs at the spring formal. About twelve mothers came to live at the house for "Mother's Week End". They were honored by a Saturday night dinner and a Sunday tea. Founders day was traditionally celebrated with a beautiful purple and white flower scheme. April 20, 1898, marked the date of the founding of Sigma Sigma Sigma. We laughed, cried, rejoiced, and remorsed during the last nine months and we think it was worth every minute. Now to go home and convince Dad that the overdrawn checking account is the price he must pay to have his daughter educated. To you Mother Sullivan, our capable house- mother, and to you Leila Lewis, our able president, we say, "Thank you for all your trials and tribulations. We hone that you, too, think it was worth all." l71l -X 5' ' f Kappa gma' psf on . . . X 7 3, OFFICERS Q- . -. Qflfr- v ., :QT 5 N umm BYER - . f,l'l'Sl'llt'lIf '.Q-mx Q' :- Ji 'bq' TED OBLLIY , ,,,,,, ...,... P ':il.'G-PfCSl4flt'IZf 4 : TOM SITTON ,, ,,,,,,,. S5'C'l'6?!flf-V l X BOB FISHER ............. ......,... .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,. Y ' r t'llSllliI' 0 Q .IUIC IQISIQNIQJUHI. GENE BYER .. . ,, , ,, I X .. ..,,,,, ll1fl'l'-l"l'1ll1'I'lIIDU' CUIIIIVH K6'1II'6'.S6IIl!lIfl'l'S BILI. CRAWFORD ,, ,,,, ...,..., R 11511 Captain MRS. A. H. OGAN ......,,..,.., ,,,,, ,,,,,.. H 0 usenzother DR. GEORGE R. R. PFLALFM, MR. G. A. BUZZARD, MR. LEOPOLD LEICL ............ . ........... ,,..,.. .....,........ ...... . . Fllflllfj' Sponsom The Kappa Sig house al 612 West 12th LTZJ fllllllllllllu lm' Imul l'u-rxl 'IIN il Nllufl milk' llfl 11.2 ...NIU H N ...N ll NIII4 mx maui . . . rf 19' Fifth Rl?Il'f.'xiiI7iIlIl. Bell. Benson. Browning. Bnvlx. Blll1'1gbll'4illf'I'. B. Fourtlz ROIl'+ BllIllg3I'fiIlCI'. T.. Byer. Carr. Colvin. Crandall. llrawfnrd. Thin! 1f!Jlf'iDPfiFHffCYlfGlfi, Dunn. Eisenlnach. Engle. Fisher. lflacinng. Sefonrl R0ll7fH21l'IllUI'l, Haflinger, Jones, Jnhlin. D.. Juhlin, Laflerle. First Knut -Lenigun. Lewis. long. Marlin. Mauflerly. NicQuin. R. Cozily nestled away in their new home at 612 West 12th, the Kappa Sigs devote themselves to the usual mental gymnastics over academics. But being a social organization, they make it a point not to neglect gregarious E741 Fourth Rolf" 'lNlcQnln. B.. Xlcllay. Holley. Milsap. Morgan. Morse. Thin! R01l""xlflfl, 0'Nlara, Pearse. Pyle. Reigle, Sander. Svrmnl Ron' 'fSl1aneIec, Schull. Shafer. Sliupe, Spalz. Stinson Ffrsf Rolf- Fulton. Thomas. 'l'rusler. Yan Soyoe. groupings for frivolous frolics. In the fall, the call goes out to Kappa Sigs near and far to flock to some central point to become engulfed in an evening of revelry at the Annual Bowery Party while bedecked in weird attire, some of which actually resembles Bowery costumes. Come spring, the organization joins with other frats in throwing the gala fling known as the Inter-Frat dance. The spring formal is a dinner- dance called the Salad Slide--for reasons none too clear. It has some- thing to do with salads in laps, according to alumni. l75l Sgma 7411 6'amma JL O O U 5' -1 1 1 ..,A , OFFILInRb ,H 'QTL ' :M5"""-7"A. QELY 'V' .gd LIQUNAHD mum ..A...A A .,A.,.. 1 'resident - ,, , W.. ,,,. ,. ,,,, ,,,, .. .MK, .. jl 5.mJf.' A, , jf DAN MCCLENNY, and - ,-'TAX VIRGIL HURT ,.........,..,, ....... V ice-Presidents J ' -, 2 ' "--'. . Q X! "-- HUGH JAMES ,.,.,,. . ,,, 5 memfy R5 I HAROLD LOY ............. A..,..,,....,.,..A,...,... Treasurer Ax 5 , . S-qv -,.f .,-f SET' JACK WOOTON, LEONARD RICH .,....,,,,,..,,. Ir1tz'r-Fraternity CUIIIIVCII Represenlalivrs DAN MCCLENNY .....,.....,.... ,,..,... R ash Captain MRS. ALICE POTTS ..,,,.,,.....,......,, Housemothel MR. E. C. MCGILL, DR. EVERETT RICH, MR. C. P. PATTERSON ,,.... Faculty Sponsors The Sigma Tau house at 1028 Constiluliun IQT6 See llle birdiif. Buyg . . . Music maketh merry . . . Molher Polls and some of the lmys . . , Snruvlixnes we wtmly . . QQ nf sf A Fourth Raw-Adam, Beclner, Boyle. Brinkman. Brown. Third R010-Buckley. Burkett. Butler. Clausen. Crimble. Svrond R0ll"' Erickson, Falirbach. Cafllwerry. Gladfelter, Cnnkle. Ifirsl R010 - Hanna. llollingsworth. llolmes. Irwin. Jackson. The Sigma Taus social activities began with a splendid rush week program which was highlighted by a dance at the Country Club. The new year started successfully with twenty-six new pledges. The Homecoming celebration and Reunion saw the return of many of the old Taus who had been in the armed services. The Tau house was awarded first prize for its beautiful and original homecoming decorations. On November 7, the pledges entertained the actives and alumni at the annual pledge party held in the Student Union Ballroom. Over seventy pledges, actives, and alumni danced to the music of Del Weidner and his orchestra. Delta chapter sent sixteen men to the National Conclave of Sigma Tau Gamma held at St. Louis, during the Christmas holidays. Second semester saw the pledging of seventeen men to the Tau house. Delta held its annual Spring Formal on May 3, at the Student Union. Many of the out-of-town alumni were present and it was fine to see the old Taus again. l7fil 'W' w 6 Fifth Rl1lL""-JIJIICS. R., Jones. W.. Knoeppel. Larson. Laurensana, liilc-lifielfl. C. Fourth R0144-- Lonnberg, Loy. Link. MCClenny. Nlellalliels. 3lI'Cllil'H. Third Run- Mercer. Miles, Miller. Peery. Peters. Reeves. Swond RUll"7 Rich. Rindom. Royer, D., Ruyer. H.. Sigler. Tholen. l"irsl Ron' f-Troulmun. Welch. Williamson, Winters. L.. Winters. N.. Wooton. Mother Potts completed her seventeenth year as housemother of Sigma Tau. Gamma. With finals over the Sigma Taus held a farewell party for the graduates. rw mf sgfma fps von QOOOOO0 Q I IIVYII llf ill l'Y Q I-l J , xx 4 A91 I v QJ ,Q , , V ' Q 0 OFFICERS FRANCIS TAYLOR l'rf'si1lf'11l SAM BU'1"1'ERFIELD . .,Y,,,.. Vi17l'-PFGSITIIPIII EUGENE McANTEE .,..,. ,,,,,. Serrelary BILL CRIMWOOD , .. ., ..,,....,,,,,, ,,,,. T reasllrvr BUD BLRNS, FRANCIS TAYLOR. HARLAN WOLF ,,,,..,,,, Inter-l"r1zlerniLy Rc'presw1rati1ws ,IOHN LANE, HAVEY MQCUIRE. "RID" KARNES .,,,,,,, , ,,.......... Rush C'11pIr1in,s MRS. CLADYS GILBERT ,,,,,,,,,,,, llnu.wnwthe'r MR. PAUL KIWTNINK, MR. WALTER BUTCHER. OR. S. VV. GRAM ,,... ,..,,,,,,., P 'rzrullv Sponsor? e- Phi Sig Hnuw ui 024 Nll"1'llLllli4'. Meeting ni,-:ht . . . Study and sleep or vice versa . . , A SPVBII '4No 'l'rIIlIlD', bicl V f-No iinulmt . . . Ninllwr Cillnerl aml Ilw uffivffrs. i 1 i 55 ? ,A , if Q QQ, 5 ,ww Qiiwpmvss i v a ., viwia Q ff? YE' ,:.' gi filing 5 ' if Q A f 4 J ,v J x 12' 5- f Af.-9215 W fi' in ' Ag: 1,999 Q' .1 wi egg? if 'ii 51 .-,- .- 104, '11 C , W 7 L in ,fi ,i :V Fifth Hou' Aniberg, Bailey. Baranoski. Beaston, Bell. Brcazier, Brown. Fourth Rlllff' Burns. Butterfield, H., liullcrfielci, S., Case, CUICIIIHII, Crouch. Delrivk. Third Iillll' -f-Dick, Ficlwarils. Emery, Foster, Givens, Goebel. Goldsmith. Svromi Hou' fGordon, floss, Griffills, Grimm. Crimwooil. Halligan. Hanna. First Kun' - Harrison. Hoffman, Hogg, ilohne. Hnlmun. Horst, Jones. Phi Sigma Epsilon began the year, its thirty-seventh, with a new chapter house located at 922 Mechanic. The Phi Sigs remain the oldest and the largest Greek organization on the campus. filil E by ,Q , -Q i Ms . . 1 1-o "hx , K., it 995' , fl .ggi Fifth Rim'-V-,Iul'1la11. Karnes. F., Karnes. R.. Kelly, Lane. Liggelt. lilchfielrl. Nl. l+'011rIl1 Kl1lUf"' lilelifield, Win., NIUAIIZITIICY. A., N1cAnu1'ney. J.. lllexlnlee. Xlefluire. Xlorrie. Moxlmy, Third Knit- Murray. Oyler. L.. Oyler. S., Patterson, Pllipps. Puppinn. Silfi-HlS. SPIYIIIII Rolf- Smiles. Fc-liarff. Svlmles. Schultz. Scott. Shaw. Slmrl. First Ruu'-- Sopll. Stavy. Floliee. Taylor. Wliley. Wolf. Wright. The Winter formal was held at the Broadview Hotel the first Week in February with 75 Couples dancing to the music of Eddie Wortmaifs Band. The annual Phi Sig Farmer's Ball was held May 3, and proved to be one of the best campus parties of the year. I :sxs 1 Pf11'Del a' Cb! . . . Ill .4 V xo 2 xv OFFICERS IJIWANE RUSH ...,.. ..,, Prvsirlwll RAYMOND SLOAN ,,.,., . .,..... Vir'm'-President MAX BAIRD A.,,,,,,,.,..,. .,,,,, . Yerremry ALFRED DEERING . ,,,,, ,........... , Treasurer JOE TURNER, DUANE BUSH ......,,,,,.......,,.,..., , ,...., , ..... Inler-Ifratvrnituv Conn:-il Rt'fIfF.YHIlfHfi17f'.? R A Y CAMPBELL ..,. ,.... ......,....,..... R 1 ash Crzpmin, DR. 0. J. BORCHERS, MR. DALE HOGAN, MR. CHAS. HENDRICKS, MR. IIAROLD CLARK .,,,,, .,,..,,....,,,,.,,....,,....... F arzzlly' .Sponsors DR. CLYDE 0. NTEREDITII .,A.., , .,,,. Plltrnn Tlw Phi Dell lmuse at 1304 llighluml Early llllhfllillgl rush Liltlv slam, n1z1yl1u?f - Nu nmrc rnmnl- I'osed al meelingf Bedlimc 1-lmw. x 35 I L Fourth Row-Ames, Austin, Baird, Blount. Bonczkowski, Bratton. Third Row-Bush, Campbell, Cochennet, Deering, Doles, Edwards, B. Second Rou'-- Edwards. L.. Funk. Gallatin, Grissom. llall. l-loldredge. First RUIL'7J3gg8I'tl, Knouse, Kowalski. Krueger, Lemons, Leonard. Phi Delta Chi ended its second year of reactivity following the ter- mination of World War II with fifty-two active members and seventeen pledges. The Phi Delts, by winning first place in the Homecoming Follies, added to their collection of trophies another silver loving cup, one of the honors that contributed to a successful year. The annual fall "Swing" was held at the Broadview Hotel on Novem- ber 15. Music for the party was furnished by Eddie Wortman's orchestra. lffbl Fourth Row -- Meeker, Morris, Neamlcrhiser, Notson, O'Donncll. Parhm. Third Row- Pedigo, Perdaris, Reeser, Richter, Robinson. Sharp. Svrond Row -Sloan, Smith, Squier. Turner, lllter. C.. liter. .l. First RowfVan Sickle. Wamser, Wilson. Woorllwury. Phi Delta Chi won the annual singing bee with Joe Turner singing "Stormy Weather" and Gene Bratton soloing on the "Honeymoon Song." A unique contribution to the 1947 March of Dimes campaign was made by Phi Delta Chi during "Hell Week." The curtain falls on another act of the drama of college life for the Phi Delts. It has been a successful year, in which the members of Phi Delta Chi -both within the house and among other organizations on the campus-have upheld and enjoyed the advantages of a democratic, fra- ternal fellowship. lllij Wfhnefaska Sflllllfillgf DORIS DROLETT, Vice-President. EULA PACE, Song Leader. Svulwl K ATH LFEN CLEICH IMAN. Sm-1'elury. ISSJ BETTY NOLAND, Treasurer. LICONA IIARCADINE, l,I'8SilIE'lll. DORUTIIY RICICHARUT, Sm-iul Cluuirxuun A--ii . 'WWW' Third Kun' Kathleen Young, Phyl lieroux, Geraldine l'lilIllil18llS!'l', Frances Dunn. Mary llawkins, Alverna Hume, Christine Haskins. Mary Ware. Irene Meierhoff. Svvnrzfl Kon' Eileen Sanders. Anita Reid. Dolly l-lighwood, Evelyn Novak, Helen Robinson. Lois Helly, Elizabeth Perkins. Franucs Mcflahc. l"l'I'5f Ron' Kathleen Fox. lluxel Black. Lois Brazier, Betty Rogers. Georgiianna Cordan. Catherine Carter. Phyllis Kay. In the fifteenth year of organization, the Winnetaska has brought the opportunity for cultural and social relationships to girls not affiliated with Greek-letter societies. Winnetaska has as its native meaning the words, "pleasant friendship" and the relationship of the members is based on these words. Winnetaska has not been a segregated organization. Many of its members are leaders in campus activities and make Winnetaska a part of the entire school's program for enlarging the individual opportunity for social advancement. At the beginning of the year, a tea was given as a welcome to the new girls on the campus. Mary Forbes, the Winnetaska representative, was chosen as Home- coming Queen for 1946-47. The spring formal was held in the Student Union ballroom with music by Eddie Wortman's band. lffll Third Row - Evelyn Stevens, Lola Taylor, Veneta Tucker. .leanette Haag, Mary Forbes. Annabelle Turner, Margaret Rowlands. Second Rolf- Virginia Ross, Mary Ann Pelell, Daphene Chatlwiek. Betty Coffey, Evelyn Farris. Jacqueline Nichols. Reeta O'Ha1'o. Eclith Frazier. Enla Page, Gloria Barnes, Vida Clothier. First Raton Beth Beauchamp, Mary Crawford, Betty ,lean Noland. ,loan Block. Doris Drulett, Dorothy Zimmerman. Tltirzl Rolf lris Hellnly. liclith Mvtlullougli. Betty .Xnne Fwezvy. lris l,f'l'lxPl'. Nlary Xlive Reef Anne Belle Rees. Alive lfttlver. lftlna lrlson. .Sl'!'tll1liRIIIU Jane Fogleman. ,lean Guy. Helen Klosterniann. Pat Dorris, Margaret Wlhitlow. Treva Lewis, Mary Jean Rogers, Velma Laney. Maxine Kind. Firsl ROIUYJCBH Clark. ,lanie Vllootl, Marie Hughes. Betty Marlor. Alice llargadine, Doris Dyck, Elsie Mast. IUUJ Mu Epsf7on Nu I I I CARI, NALI ,,,, ,..,.,,. , , , ,, l'r6siJc'r1L NELSON W'Al,IACE.,, Vf!'t'-PI'l'Sil1t,VIf UIALDE RILEY ....,... ,, , . Trvaszzrvr .IAMES SMITH ,,,, , Svfrvtary Till TOP l'lC'l'llRE SlflllIlillgeglJ2iViIl Fowler. uillrfwl lfrivson. l.aiern llClf'lislill. lfred Vviclicrl. Kay Sumli-i', John Snyder. Wallace Larson. Norman liarlke. l.. Nl. Smith. Janies Barnes. Svrllffdf- Clayton Powers, Donald Blythe. llarry Liggctl. lxeilh Maring. Roland Welsh. lil: George Hill. Sponsor. BU'l"l'UM l'lCTUREf Third R01lf"'iiEllfgC Sturdy. Robert Rim-lianls. Lloyd Cilflllllfl. Bill l'luri'ows. Hay llarncs. Bob Menzie. Al Phillips. Sl'I'0l1d Rout- George Harrison. Rayinirnd Nucsscn. Paul Dorris. Exam Cihson. Ronald Smith, Kenneth Lenke, Erin Spade. l'lliI'Sf Rourflmuis Caronlle. Bill Snyder. Bill Seberl. llarlan Trennepohl, Al Lewis. Mr. E. J. Calkins, Sponsor. Mu Epsilon Nu is one of the largest organizations on the campus. The primary purpose of the organization is to give independent men an oppor- tunity to participate in social activities which they, as non-Greeks, would fail to enjoy. Membership is open to all men students who are non- members or inactive members of any social fraternity. The first semester officers were: George Blair, Presidentg George Sturdy, Vice-Presidentg Wallace Nelson, Secretaryg and Keith Akins, Treasurer. The sponsors are Miss Elnora Drafahl, Mr. Wm. H. Gray, Mr. E. J. Calkins, Dr. George E. Hill, and Mr. Roy Durham. During the course of each semester, Mu Epsilon Nu and Winnetaska hold several parties in the ballroom of the Student Union building. l92i -V+ fr Slllllfffllg -- Urval Nelson, Wallace Nelson. .lohn Markin. George Blair. Jim Smith. Leland Riggs Kenneth Kerr. Jay Murphy. Claude Riley. Swulrrl D1 W' ' '. ni. H. Cfruy. Sponsor: Glenn lmve-. Carl Nall. flluurles Graves, Welalnn linux. Glen M4-Kinley. 'l'h1'nl Ron" Rulmerl Cenrge, Rivlnuwl Slurmlexanl. llnnalll Wulrufeu. Neil AlNl?l"Sflll. 'll-ml lnuey. George ,lnl1nsnu. Swann! Ron' -V 'Paul Enders. :Klan Cnnlml. Royal Behermeyer. Charles Fryer. Allrert Roplugel. David King. lfirxt Kim' 'Keith Aikeus. ManuelRicl1lle, lvn Nlersmann. B. .l. Green. ,lavlc Matthews. Leon Everhart. f or: I The Mu Ep Foollmall 'llcam A Mu Ep Chili Feud 'lllle Nlu Ep Fall Fur llmz ll The- Yulleylmall 'l'eum and The Tennis Tr-am Wlmf Me fame a Sees: Dilemma in Science Hall. A couple of bright, boys. Social izing. 051 Full house at The Drug. Budding Romance 14 ffzleffk' Diwlvfbn Sgma Piigma . . . Third Ron' llurullly l'rir'e. llfflen lamluwre. Bexerly llarnulm n. Xlaxine Ylvelx. ,Iavqor-line Nlax- wvll. liois ,-Xnrlerson. Sworn! Ron' flznrol Drum. lNznn'3 I,l4'l"-Hll. lna Lou Conklin. 'Xnn l'larrison. Nlaurine Nlnrphy. livlly 5ul'6Iison. l"irsl Rolf' l'al tfolglaxier. Ruth lillolls. Leona Hargxamliin-, i'iSilll'l' Knotts. 'Xlelxu Hayes. Nlaijorw Fanmler. OFFICERS CHEER LEADERS l.l IQILLE lll'NlJl'ili , ,, ,.., .,..,. l ,l't'S,:Ill'llf .IUYCIIC NIUBLFY , ,, llwul lflzvvr Lemlvr JUN HRAYSUY ,, ,, Ivl'!'t'-l,I'P.Yi1I!'Ilf l3lC'l"l'l lxNOEPl'lCI,. NXONII JETTX, NIXRTH-X Sl'lfl,l Nl XX ,,,, ,, .,,, , UXKI. KNOIVSF. FRICI3 NYll.l,lANl50N. , , .,,, ,, ,, Sw-r'vIr1l'v'l'l'w1vmer lllYllC XIXYYFN. Sigma Pi Sigma, women's pen organization, is the soark plug' that ignites the fire of enthusiasm at the Emporia State athletic events. Dis- tinctively marked by their black uniforms with the gold "Corkies," they are a pleasant sight to all fans. Between them and the band, lagging school spirit has been revived during the past year. Members are selected for their general appearance and marching: ability. Sigma lli provides entertainment at the halves oi' the football and basketball games. l'W4l 1 in Tflfrfl Run' f-,luvelyu ,IIPIIIISIUIL ,lny B!'L1ll'44'1l.. Mary Ann Stegg. ,luuel Sleffe. Ycwlnla Xlfwek. l.lllll'3 Nlaf' Kulnlmann. Nlary ,In ltting. KLilllll'l?Il flIt'iVlliII!LlIl. Svrnrzfl Ruiz- i7Lll1'iCi2i l"u1'cl. Xvlma Use PCIIIUIIQIIIII. Yaclixw HicIf'lm111'. Kallllcen Hiller. .ILIIIP Drum. Nirginia XIUHIP. Xrlic ffrzllrlr. lfirsl Ron' --,leunf-Ile Haag. Fulu Page Xirginiu Cell. Ye-xu Xlul-uw. Pllylli- St'lll'1i6IlPl4. 1, 7'f1r'rJ Nun' ,ll'1lIl Tci1'l1g:'uPlwr, ,Xnnr Rulrixm11. 'sluuy !'vl:'i'1m, Pu! l'e2l:'1's4m, .loam fjIl!lIl4'l', ,lfuxnnv Hulrx. NZIIIUIIC' Vs inilc-. Sworn! lfrm' hNl:11'jm'Ex- lxlllllillix. ,lc-urmrnv lleflling. -Xi1liIlki4'1' f'gl'IIXV2l!lIl. Vlullik I.:-rmnx, Ilmwnlllx f,Nt'l"lllIl. , . , . . f"fl's!lfn1l' .lwxlll 4:lIl11.um, XI:1l'r'l:1 ,lvl Xllrlvl'--ml. l,llf'c' l1I'Il4lP!1 XIZIIKX .l4'Jl2l 5vl:ulI1'lin'l', l?ulul':'-f-uw:l1l. I ml 1 1946 oofball Season Wi img., t 'surf' '. ' Sixth Row-Vfjoiies., W.. Jennings. Squire. Eruning. Faliring. Amlierg. Holmlmerg, Smith, L., Latas. Nelson. Fifth Row -- Butterfieltl, tTrainert, Blythe. Campbell, C.. Mcfllenny, Mel-'eek, Yergler, Kolmlmeman. Yockey. Iloffman. Plummer. Latas. Patterson. Crouch tAss't trainerl. Fourth Rott' -'-' Morfortl, Cordon. CI.. Wilson. U.. Butterfield. H.. llanna. Laney. Nelson. Parliln. Bell. Thirtl RUIL'-' lleitler, Alfred tAss't Coachl. Fish, Milos", tLine Coaclil. Cary, Lune, Taylor. lloyt. 0 I O Edwards. Brown, M., Corey. Dick, llurt, Harper. Leroy tAss't Coachl, Caywood, Keith fBac'kfield Coaclit. Welch. Fran tHeatl Coacht. Serum! Ron' Goldsmith. Sadowski. Scales. Daniels, Foster. Winchester. Litchfield. Robinson Caine, Sltanelec, Short. First Kon" Baranoski. Kessler. W'oellhoff. Vylilson. lf.. Polk. Duncan. Sehztrff. Bernard. Mosby. Wright. Rhodes. Emporia State .... 12 Washburn .......... 20 Emporia State 38 Rockhurst ....,..... 12 Emporia State -26 Colorado School Emporia State 13 Dakota Wesley'n 0 of Mines .,.......... 6 Emporia State 14 St. Benedict's .... 26 Emporia State .... 21 Colorado State ..41 Emporia State .... 21 Pittsburg ......,... 0 Emporia State .... 6 Ft. Hays State H25 Emporia State .... 20 Southwestern On September 3, September 3, 1946. You don't remember that date? 1946, the first call for the first practice for the first Dost-war Emporia State football team was issued by Head Football Coach F. G. 'tFran" Welch, with an amazing response. Before the first day of school got underway a week later more than 100 candidates for the Hornet football team had reported, and were busily at work getting into shape for the gruelling 9-game schedule that lay before them. With few lettermen back to build from, the coaching staff of Welch, Fish and Harper was faced with the task of transforming a bunch of freshmen with no experience in the Welch-style of play into a smooth working unit, all in one month. After long hours of sweat and toil, the Hornets journeyed to Topeka for their first football game in three years, and after a terrific battle succumbed to the powerful Ichabods of Washburn University 20-12. Stack- ing up against two Rocky Mountain schools in the next two weeks, the Hornets gained a split when they trounced Colorado School of Mines at t into I FINAL CENTRAL CONFERENCE ' FOOTBALL STANDINGS: X 'Cl ' , '- L .f ' S, W. L. T. Q Southwestern ...,... ..... 4 1 0 SAW l Washburn .......... ..... 3 1 1 l '4 .1 St. Benedict's .......... 2 2 1 b Pittsburg Teachers ....,... 1 2 2 ' K Fort Hays State ..,... ..... 1 2 2 !ll5' ,f,y.1,.,- Emporia State ................ 1 4 0 - Emporia 26-6, and lost to Colorado State 41-21 at Greeley. The following Saturday a large Homecoming crowd were witness to a 25-6 mauling handed the E-Staters by underdog Fort Hays State, marking the second confer- ence loss for the Welch-men. The Rockhurst Hawks felt the full fury of the Hornet sting as they went down to a 38-12 non-conference defeat. A soaking rain the following Saturday transformed what was once a football field into a quagmire, but the Hornets were able to swim their way to a 13 to 0 victory over visiting Dakota Wesleyan of Mitchell, South Dakota, and bring their season record to balance at 3 wins and 3 losses. The balance was short-lived, however, as Marty Peters brought a well-drilled flock of Ravens from St. Benedict's to plaster the Hornets with their third con- ference defeat 26-14. Not to be outdone in the Way of spoiling Home- comings, the E-Staters journeyed to Pittsburg for their next to last game of the year, and wrecked the Gorilla grad-day by hammering out a 21-0 wing but on Turkey day the Hornets again went down to defeat, this time to championship-bound Southwestern. A three-touchdown splurge in the first half by the Builders was too much for the valiant charges of Coach Welch, and they were buried under a 33-20 count to end the season with a record of 4 wins and 5 losses. ' ' "W" "1 COACHES "GUS" FISH Not Pictured Illlll GSFRANN WELLH LEROY HARPER PAUL KUTNINK KEITH CAYWOOD A sw . Sf if' eww S A Although they finished the season below the .500 mark, and in the cellar of the Central Conference, the season was highly successful from the standpoint of developing new material, and getting a bunch of green backfield men indoctrinated in the intricacies of the Welch razzle-dazzle. Outstanding during the season for the Hornets were veterans Bill Gold- smith, who was selected on the Central Conference all-star teamg Dave Scales, selected on the second teamg Charles Scharff, 220-pound tackle from Burlingtong freshman Bill Litchfield, backfield choice for A1l-Con- ference honors on the first teamg Don Sadowski and David "Corky" Wright, former Newton High starsg and Pete Daniels, colored star from Emporia High School, whose educated toe and shifty hips made him high scorer on the Hornet squad for the season with 38 points. 'BUDU FOSTER BILL UOLDSMITH BILL Ll'l'CHlf'lELD Mo-Kan Bowl All-Conference Center All-Conference Quarter-back 51023 "B" feam Football . . . Sigma Pi gives out with a yell ----Wilsrin intercepts a quick pass. Our "B" Team is known as the Junior Hornets. With this in mind Fran Welch carefully culled over the prospects, selecting some for the varsity squad. Those in need of more experience and training he turned over to Freshman Coach LeRoy Harper, himself an old work-horse for the Black and Gold in the good old days before the big conflict. Coach Harper took that bunch of green youngsters in hand, and started toiling with them daily to get them in shape for the four football games that were lined up waiting for them. First he gave them the old army routine and calisthenics and more of same, then he drilled them on fundamentals, then he gave them plays to learn and defensive forma- tions to master, and finally, as the opening date of the varsity season drew nearer, he threw his poor little freshmen to the mercy of the Welch- drilled bruisers, having trained them on the Washburn type plays. On Saturday, October 5, the Junior Hornets had a chance to strut their stuff, but alack and alas, the visiting firemen from Washburn, in the form of Junior lchabods, didn't react as guests should, and went back to Topeka with a 14-0 Hornet scalp hanging from their moleskins. Never ones to be discouraged by a small failure, the charges of Coach Harper kept working, provided more cannon fodder for the varsity, and at last went to Salina, where they crash-landed the Smoky Hills Army Air Force team 7-0 on a last period touchdown by Pete Brown. The next date for the victorious "Hornetites" was down in the south- western corner of the state, when they journeyed to Independence to meet the Junior College team of that fair city. Oh woe were we! The JC's came out on top of a 7-6 squeezer, and the E-Staters were one down, with one to go. Playing on their home field for their last encounter of the season, the Junior Hornets entertained the powerful squad of the Junior Aggies from Kansas State, but found the Aggies doing most of the entertain- ing. Although the Hornets made numerous threats at the Aggie double chalk stripe, it remained undented as the visitors walked off with a 14-0 decision. And that is my story. Okay, so we didn't win too many games. At least boys who wouldn't have had a chance to get any experience with the varsity squad got to play a lot of football, and next year they too will be ready for the faster competition provided by the Hornet varsity. ls that bad? L un 3 1947 C'enrral fan, 4f!1 Place IV. A N043 A fence Cfzaxmplbns ,B. Tournament I 105 :I Fin at Central Conference Standings W. L. Pct. Pts. Opp. EMPORIA STATE ,......,..,....,.,.. 10 0 1.000 519 437 Fort Hays State .1..... 5 5 .500 558 543 Washburn ........,1..........,. 5 5 .500 460 482 Pittsburg Teachers ..,... 4 6 .400 460 468 St. Benedict's .......V..,.. 4 6 .400 460 478 Southwestern ...r,r.......,..r.,.,..... 2 8 .200 403 452 National Tournament Results Emporia State ...,.,,,,,,,.,.,.,,, Lawrence Tech, Detroit .,...... 54 Emporia State ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 0 Canterbury College, Ind. ...... 48 Emporia State ,,,.... ,,...., 5 5 Beloit College, Wis. ................ 52 Emporia State ,,,,... ,,,,,,, 5 5 Marshall College Covertimej 56 Emporia State .,,,,..l..,,,.,,,,,, 38 Arizona State .......................... 47 Two All-American tasketball players, fourth place in the National Tourney, and an undefeated record in the Central Conference for the first time in the history of the school was the record posted in the pages of history by the Emporia State basketball team of 1946-47. When Coach E. D. "Gus" Fish issued the call for the round-ball artists early in November, nobody had an idea of the things to come from that motley crew of assembled aspirants. A sprinkling of letter-men on pre- war Hornet teams were on hand at the opening of practice sessions- familiar names of Wilbur Reeser, Olivet, Bill Campbell, Emporiag Owen Wilson, Emporiag Max Smiley, Halsteadg and Bud Foster, Emporia-but the bulk of the material was made up of freshmen. So the culling process started. Coach Fish worked the squad of some 60 hopefuls diligently and tirelessly, and in a couple of weeks had it pared down to a more workable 15, from which a final selection of 12 was made for the varsity team. Still no hint of the latent power of the ball club was indicated as the players pounded up and down the maples, and went through the rigors of learning plays and defensive formations. All too soon, it seemed, the opening game of the toughest schedule the Hornets ever were called upon to tackle was thrusting itself upon the mixture of freshmen and veterans called the Emporia State basket- ball team. And the opener was no breather in itself-Kansas Univer- sity. Some indication of things to be might have been derived from the final score of K. U. 48, Emporia State 42, the Jayhawkers winning the game from the free throw line as they were outscored from the field. An over-confident swarm of Hornets went to Wichita University the following week-end, and absorbed a 49-36 pasting at the hands of the Shockers, and everyone began to wonder again. A road trip to Iowa and Missouri was next on the itinerary of the E-Staters, but the combina- tion of too much travel and too much basketball took its toll of the players. Games were lost to Drake University 48-38 and Maryville 51-44, with a 46-36 conquest of Iowa State Teachers College sandwiched in between-the Hornets' first win of the year. Returning early from Christmas vacation, the Fish-men entered the Emporia Invitational Tour- ney", where they came in second, a humiliating 70-31 defeat hanging over their heads when they bumped into a torrid West Texas State Buffalo team in the final game. Wins were registered over Central Missouri State of Warrensburg and Wichita U. to enable the Hornets to go to the finals. There was still no hint of things to come when the Hornets met St. Benedict's at Emporia in their first conference game, and won out 52-49. No one paid much attention to the win, as the E-Staters were picked to finish anywhere from third to sixth in the conference race. After wins were traded with Rockhurst College at Kansas City and Emporia, the Hornets came through with their second conference win-a convincing LIUOJ Af Me Nationals Bill Litczlilielcl reaulles for a liigli une againil Arizona Stale . . . You were expecting, Maybe Basketball? . . . lNlcYey uuljumps llall at the Marshall game Mclfey and Bill Litchfield glare as ball flier lay al the Marshall game L my 1 N A. l. B. All-Americans . . . WILBUR REESER BILL LITCHFIELD 59-40 rout of Washburn U., the first place team in the conference the year before. Now the eyebrows started ascending just a trifle. They went up still higher as the Hornets copped their next two conference games with Southwestern 54-42 and Pittsburg 38-28. By this time, the underrated ball club of Coach Fish's was alone at the top of the heap in the flag chase, and had established itself as the team to beat for the title. The rubber game of the series with Wichita was won easily by Em- poria State when they tromped the Shockers 48-34, a warm-up for the "croocial" game with Fort Hays State at Hays. After 40 minutes of spine-tingling action, which saw the score tied 12 times and change hands 21 times, the Hornets came back to Emporia with a 57-56 Tiger pelt, and a downhill road to the conference flag. Drake University, second-place team in the Missouri Valley Confer- ence, was the next threat to the Hornet victory skein of six straight, and they proved more than just a threat as they eked out a thrilling 57-55 win on a last second long shot by Gene Ollrich after Wilbur Reeser had tied the score at 55 all with a free throw. Back to conference competition the next week, the E-Staters took a jaunt to Atchison, where they nailed a Raven hide to their growing list of conference wins with 45-41 win over St. Benedict's. The following night they journeyed to Topeka where they measured the Washburn gzhabods for a 49-40 loss for victory number seven in the quest for the ag. Needing one more win for the championship, or a loss to second-place Pittsburg, the Hornets came home to wait for their next game-with Southwestern. However, the Moundbluilders repaid the Hornets for what they did to them in football, when they trimmed Pittsburg in an overtime game the night before they came to Emporia to lose a 51-39 game to the Hornets. With their first championship since 1934 safely wrapped up and put away in moth-balls. the charges of Coach Fish set their sights on an undefeated record in the conference, but Pittsburg and Fort Hays State still stood in the way. Pittsburg was safely disposed of on their home court when the Hornets eked out a 50-48 win over the fighting Gorillas, setting the stage for the season closers at home with Fort Hays and Washington U. of St. Louis. After trailing the Tigers the first half, and leaving the court at Licsj Me "B" Team . . . -. 4 -i 41. Standing ---Taylor, Stokes, Schultz. Larkin, Grimm. Anderson, Powell. Keith Caywooml cclliiiflll. Seated--f-Spatz, Slianelec, Coleman. Griffills. Pennylmaker. Wilson. More About The "A " Team . . . intermission time with a 25-29 deficit, the Hornets came roaring back in the final Canto to post a 64-54 win, making the first time in the his- tory of the school that a Hornet team went through conference competi- tion without a loss. It was also the highest score the deliberate machine built up by Coach Fish had run up all year. The final game of the year found the state championship team of 1912 as guests of Emporia State, and they were treated to an exciting last-minute 58-56 victory over the Washington U. Bears. After trailing by 12 points at one stage of the second half, the E-Staters rallied strongly. Meredith Litchfield broke a 56-56 tie in the last ten seconds with a long shot from the side, and enabled the Hornets to close out the regular season with a record of 16 wins and 7 losses, including 12 wins out of the last 13 games. As winner of the Central Conference, and because of the fine record the Emporians had posted, a bid was received to play in the National Tourney in Kansas City, and was promptly accepted. A special train-load of Hornet rooters made the trek to Kansas City to see the first effort of the Black and Gold in the big meet, and they were rewarded with a smashing 78 to 54 win over Lawrence Tech of Detroit. The second try by the Hornets was not quite so simple. Canter- bury College of Danville, Indiana, leading them the first half and part of the second before a cold Hornet team got fired up to walk off with a 60-48 win to put them in the Quarterfinals. Playing Beloit College, Wisconsin, the following night, the E-Staters went into the final round of four with a 55-52 squeal over the Dairy- Staters. ' Marshall College of Huntington, West Virginia, was the Hornet foe in the quarter-final round, and at the end of 45 minutes of torrid battling the E-Staters went down to a 56-55 overtime thriller to the eventual champions. The consolation game for third place on the final night of the tourney found Arizona State of Flagstaff taking a 47-38 decision from a listless Hornet crew. I mo 1 Tack... KEITH WADDELI., Miler, runs with both feet off the ground at the sprint . . . Below-GARY BUTTERFIELD, SMITH AND LANE run the Medley relay. ' GENE SlVllTH lakes a low lmrflle. HAROLD YEARGLER EDDIE DUNN GENE SMITH DONALD BLYTHE E-State Dash men BOB STOKES E-State High-Jumper ROBERT WIXSON Hornet sprammf I 111 1 6'olf . .. THE GOLF TEAM -- Ted Kline, Wallace Larson, Joe Turner, Harold Sigler, Bill Crawfmlfl, Boln Jones. . ' , 'rm KIJNE .IUE TURN:-in f 112 1 W' Term! O I O Ed Shupv, Otto 'l'f-icrhgraffber. Kenneth Banz, Jim Clark. John :AKINlf'l'SUYl Kt'llllFIll nillll in 'xvliull fum Men? Inf amu als . . . Under the able direction of Paul Kutnink, member of the Emporia State Physical Education staff, the intramural program for the past year has been the most comprehensive and bitterly-contested of any in past history of the school. Starting with touch football early last fall, the intramural program has battled weather and vacations to complete tennis and golf, basketball, swimming, and boxing, with the softball, spring golf and tennis matches all that remain on the calendar for the present year. After a slow start, the Phi Delta Chi fraternity has come up fast and now lead the pack as it enters the final lap in quest of the trophy em- blematic of the team that finishes with the highest number of points to become intramural champion for 1946-47. Complete point totals for all teams as of April 10 are: Phi Della Chi ,....,,,,. 337.5 points Mu Epsilon Nu ,l,....,., 335 points Phi Sigma Epsilon .,.... ,.,.....,. 3 15 points Sigma Tau Gamma ,,........,,,,...... 297.5 points Kappa Sigma Epsilon ,.,.,,.,.... 277.5 points M E N .,,,........,....................,........ 167.5 points Standings of the various sports already completed are: TOUCH FOOTBALL W L Kappa Sigma Epsilon .,,, ,,,,,. 5 0 Mu Epsilon Nu ........... ...... 4 l Phi Delta Chi ........... ....,. 3 2 Phi Sigma Epsilon 2 3 Sigma Tan Gamma ....... ,.,.,. l 41 M E N .........,............... ..,,.. 0 5 TENNIS Hall! W L Mu Epsilon Nu ............,, ,,,,.. 5 0 Kappa Sigma Epsilon ..,. ,,.,,. 3 2 Sigma Tau Gamma ......, ,,.i., 3 2 M E N ..............,........,. ,,.,,, 2 3 Phi Delta Chi ..,,, l,.,,, 2 3 Phi Sigma Epsilon ..... . 0 5 BASKETBALL W L Sigma Tau Gamma ,.,,,,, ,,,,., 4 1 Phi Sigma Epsilon ...,. . 4 l Phi Delta Chi ,,,,,,, ,..,i, 3 2 Mu Epsilon Nu .,.,,,,.,,, ,A,,,, 2 3 M E N ...,,.,,i,,..,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 3 Kappa Sigma Epsilon ,,,,, ,,,,,, I J 5 VOLLEYBALL W L Mu Epsilon Nu ,..,,., ,,,,,, 5 0 Phi Sigma Epsilon .,,,,,, ,A,,,, 4. 1 Phi Delta Chi ,...,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,- 3 2 Kappa Sigma Epsilon i,A,, , 2 3 M E N ,,ii,.,.,,,...,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,A,,A 1 4 Sigma Tau Gamma ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,A,,A,,A,,, 0 5 Boxing was won by the Phi Delts, with the Sigma Taus trailing them. Behind the Taus were the Phi Sigs, Mu Eps, Kappa Sigs, and the MEN team. Swimming was also won by the Phi Delts, with the Sigma Taus in second place, and the Phi Sigs third. fll4l lnframaral Action Sigllllil Taus try for 21 high une against the Phi Delis. Erivkwn of Sigma Tau clnrlges 0119. Touvh Fuolhall Women 's Pizysiknl Educof on Bari: Rowe -Joyce Mobley, Mary Taber, Freda Ames, Nlaurine Scbwarm. Bobbie Ross, Wilmella Wilson. Arlie Crabb. Front Rolf'-W Virginia Hjerstedt. Esther Zimmerman. Margaret Wbitlow, Beverly Harnden. Kalb- leen Fox. Joy Branson, Virginia Getz. Frances Moore. Miss Edna Mcflullougb. Women? Recreation Association OFFICERS KATIILEEN FOX ,,,,.., ,, .. President JOY BRANSON .........,,,,,,, .,,.,., S uvretary BEVERLY HARNDEN ,, ,.. Trvasllrer The purpose of the Women's Recreational Association is to promote a greater interest and wider participation in athletics, to create a love for sports, and to foster ideals of good sportsmanship and health. The intramural program consists of Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Ping- Pong, Basketball, Swimming, and Archery. This year seven teams com- peted in these sports. W. R. A. is a member of the Athletic Federation of American College Women and in April it sent two delegates to the national convention at Greensboro, North Carolina. fllhl Women? Physical fdacafion . . . Third Row -Jcrean Magouirk. ,lacclyn Johnston. Marcia Jo Anderson, Virginia lljertstedt, Alverna Hume, Lois Carvie. Georgia lrwin. Second Row ---Dixie Mannen. Patricia Peterson. Gwendolyn Zongker. ,lean Teichgraeher, Norma .lean lknouse. Esther Zimmerman. Celia Wood. First Row-,lean Fladger, ,loan Calhoun. Luce Bender. Virginia Getz. Arlie Crabb, Kathleen Fox. Mary Taber. OFFICERS MARY TAHER ,. ,... . ,'l4H.VftIl'Itl MARIE Wll.Hl'l'l'l .....,,,,.,......,,,,, Vifr-l'res:'r1v11L J lf NN TEICIICR 'XEBER .... Serrvtary-Treasurer The second Wednesday of every month majors and minors in the Women's Physical Education department meet in the gymnasium for the monthly meeting of the Physical Education Club. The purpose of the club is to promote leadership and professional advancement. Instructors in the department as sponsors of the group. Both recreational and professional meetings have been held during the year. At Christmas the annual Christmas dinner was held in the Student Union. A skating party, a play day, and picnics have all contributed their share of fun to the majors and minors, as well as giving them experience in organizing and managing athletic activities. As a departmental group the Physical Education Club furnishes many hours of pleasure to the Physical Education majors and minors. fllTl W0lN80'5 Physica! Educaflbn . . . 'llle fulluwing girls are ineinhers of the splash vluh: Luis JXI1llPI'rlIIl. Huherta gXI'IllSIl'Ul1g. flE1lllCI4illB Carter. Kathleen Fox, Luis Carxie. Yirginia lljerstefll, Betty ,In ,laerlevkcz Nurinu .lean Knouse, lflizalmelli Perkins, Nedra Pflaum. Anne Rulminsun. Bulplwie Ross. OFFICERS Blj'I"l'X Jo JxENEciKIi .....,i ii..i.. lfmfffm BOHBIE ROSS ...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,...........,.,,,,,..,. Svfnftary Water stunts, pageants and dances are included in the programs cf the Splash Club. l J Hflrlf Holi'--H l hyllis Sl'lll'0f'l'lBI'. Virginia Cell. Ruth Griffith. lfronl lflIH'7,If?21Il 'lleistllgruehen Marcia Jn Xmlersnn. Norma ,lean Knnnse, Marjorie lingulil. OFFICERS A U O Rffyfffmeflf ffffff Qziiiziffrgiif In April Rhythmic Circle gives a concert in Albert Taylor Hall. I L18 j Women 5 Pnysica! Education . . . l Stwrrmf Razr- lilizuluetll Perkins. Yirginia lmveless. ,lean Teivligraelmcfr. ffutherine Carter, Kath- lvvn Fox. xrlffllllilii Hjertstctll. Nlary 'llalmc-r. lfirxl Kun" jr'rvun Nlagunirk. lfnnice Crass. Katherine Bowman. Carrie Krunier. Luis Nnclerson. liurlmra Mandel tfipoiismt. "It's a strikt-I" is a typical remark that was made at the Emporia Bowling' Alley uvt-ry other Sztturday by members of tho W'omcn's Collegiate Bowling Club. Women? lnframaral Tennis Team . . . whim Sllllllfl-HQ' lnurlu .Irfan Taylor. Janette Woml. Ellen Wilwn. ,loan T6ivl1gLl'z1Plver. Mary Vlqbllllill lxm'e'li11,2: -Xirginia Hjerflofll. Kathleen Fox. Ruth Griffith. 51193 Women 's lm' amamls Fun, frolic, and enthusiasm go with the competitive spirit at women intramural meets. Each Greek organization and two independent groups have a representative team entering each activity. To offer all students an opportunity to participate in athletic activities for recreation is the main objective of the women's intramural program. This year intramural activities included badminton, ping-pong, volley- ball, basketball, archery, tennis and swimming events. Miss Barbara Man- dell is faculty adviser for women's intramurals, and Virginia Getz was intramural manager this year. Record of the results in the basketball round-robin tournament are as follows: TEAMS Won Lost Intramural Manager Hell Cats ,,.. .......... 5 1 Frances Moore Morse Hall .,,.,, ,,,,,..,.. 5 1 Mary Taber Tri Sigs ..,, , ,,,...,,,, 4 2 Arlie Crahln Alpha 'l'aus ..i,, 3 3 Beverly llarndcn Della Sigs ,. .. ,, 2 4 Joyce Mulxley Alpha Sigs ...... ,,,,,,,,, l 5 Luce Bender l'1 Kaps ,.,,,, ,.,,,,,,, 1 5 Upon completion of the basketball tournament two all-star teams were chosen and played a game to demonstrate the ability of skilled players. Inter college competition included a volleyball game with the College of Emporia and a swimming match held at Manhattan. The year's program was climaxed by the presentation of individual and group awards at the intramural banquet. I:l201 O O U . . . Women? Intramurals iw INTRAMURAI, HADMINTON TEAM- Mary Taber. Virginia Lnvclvsg, Gail Irvin, Avlion at the W'1vn1en's I!1fI'HlllIlI'2ll SHUI Starq Baskelllall Uunlc. NNUMI-lN'S lN'l'RfUlLNRAl,S -XLI, STN!! IHSli1j'l'BqXl,l, TEAM ,lzmelyn Johnston. Nancy Pvirsun. EIPHIIUI' Wlxillow. Hvwrly Harmlmx. Frallvcf Nlnmlv. Lmj Extra farrxkular 0ar Student Connex? Bill Grirnwooml. Bob Mott, Mr. Theodore Owen, iSponsorJ Duane Bush. The functions of the Student Council are to adminster the Student Council Fund, to serve as administrator of the social program of the College and of all funds allotted for that purpose, to regulate and control class elections and elections of its own members. In order to protect the student body the Council sees that all student organizations on the campus are chartered by the Student Council and subject to its jurisdiction. It is through this organization and its members that the activities of the campus are carried out and the problems which arise are solved. ifarol l,l'IlIll. llarlan 'l'1'cnnepol1l. Anna' Rljlllllillll. Naomi Jetty. Bill Litchfield Senior Representatives Freshman Representatives 5 f124J OFFICERS First Semester Alice Hargailine. Bill llowarrl Senior Representatives! Sem-ond Semester BOB MOTT ,,,,.,......,,,,. .,.....,.,... P resident ......,, .--,,,,. B ILL CRUIWOOD BILL CRIMWOOD ,,,,, ,, ,,i,.,.,..,.,,, Vice-Presirlcnt ,,,,,,....,, , ,,....,,,,...., ,. , ..,. DllANl'l Bllgll LEILA LEWIS .,,,. ,,..,... ,,,.i . qt'l'fl"flIfY-TFPHSIITI r George Blair, Joe Turner Perry Lusk, Leila Lewis, Dewayne Spatz ffiophomore Representativesl Uunior RepresentaliveSl N251 Xi Pb! . . . Allen Bluuderly. Gene Byer. Alvin Morris. Leona Hargadine. George Goebel. Claudine Decker, Leila Lewis. Hill Zimmerman. lvu lllersmann, Carol Drum. Francie Taylor. Phyllis Leruux. f 12111 .p Walter Phipps. Carl Nall. Joyce Mohley. Marion g'Sam" Bulterfield. Kathleen Fox, Anne Robinson, Helen Snyder. Harlan Trennepohl. Xi Phi is an association with a twofold function. These are to encour- age and to recognize qualities of leadership among college students. Mem- bership is limited to twenty-four pupils with a junior or senior standing. Ordinarily candidates chosen have previously held some responsible posi- tion, and the presidents of Various campus organizations are usually in the majority in the membership of Xi Phi. Faculty sponsors for the past year have been Dr. Ray C. Maul and Dr. Everett Rich. fl2Tl smut imma Qmz '1 ,-l,,., 141' 1 rrp if e -I- 5 ld. ff? G 5, . '-1u-,- uv MW.-' F' 1""' ..f.f.f ..l1 Q. iii? if Wiz ' Sunflo wer U I O , 752 4 ?sgf?,.V? -?A:- 7 . A 3 X' , J ,- ' if--1' - 'f 4 f f 9 LEON MILES, Plmtogmpherg ALLEN MAUDERLY, lst Senzeslvr Eriitorg JACK KOWALSKI, 21111 Sffnwstvr lfflimrg MARTY BERNDT, Assistant Editor f 122 'I Sunflower Staff: ARLIE CRABB WALLY ERICKSON PHYLLIS LEROUX MELVA MAYE9 Bullerlb . . . M , A Qgmn UW GENE BYER HORACE HOLMES FRANCIS TAYLOR Erlitnr Ass? Editor BllSfI7f'SS A'1IllIIlgl'l' I 1201 Elementary Club . . . Tlrirfl Ruiz'--.lm-air Ruby. Marty Berncll. Sylvia Myers, Pat liolglazier. Lou Ann Crallam. .lx-an Brown. li-is Hellnley. Anne Holiinsnn. Mine llelle Rees. Mary Alive lives. Mina Swinliurt. .Sw-nzzrl Run' Xillu lllolliier, Miss Borrnan, lfreflu Anies, Alive Culver, Milmlrr-cl Dec-ker. llc-lly Geist. Cliurlotle While. Yesla Pownr-ll, Bernice llunl. l"frx1 Run' - Phyllis St'llI'Ul'IlCI'. llolilxie Ross. Maxine Miller. lfuiiire Sexerns. Belly Noland. The club was organized for all students and faculty interested in ele- mentary education. Mathematics dub . . . Tliirfl Ron'-V Bruce l'iilWL1l'1lS, john Stewart, Carl Lowe, Yon Day, llenrv Kleulx, Carl l7aln'lnac:l1, .lame-s Slllllll. George Blair. .loe lingers. lfliin flll1llClillll. Roller! Lewis. Gene llller, SVVUIIII Nun' llenry lflliolt. Saul Straucli. Kicliarml Lee. Lee llarl, Honalzl Smith. Deane julilin. Wiilliain Benson. liloyml Harmon. liesler l.air4.l. llelmur Riggs. Donulrl Creene, Dale Stinson. Galen lilaxirlsml. l"irxl Run' -Nirginia Chalelain, Louis Daxis, Hazel Black. Rulli Berry. Mary ,lean Rogers, Pal llorris. lrene Smith, Allliea liaroulle. Dr. U. J. Peterson. Mr. flliarles 'l'um'ker. lloh Cllaillelter. Paul llorris. Jac-k Sharp. To promote interest in Mathematics and fellowship among students and faculty members in the field is the purpose of the Mathematics Club. I iran 1 . . . Alpba Meta Rfzo 11 :swag 5 'Q Martha Spellman, Venetta Henery, Ilene Tressler, Ralph Has- Patricia Yeager, Patricia James, Eunice Granada, Gloria kell, Mr. Norman Eppink, Regina Williams, Virginia Moore, Brinkman, Phyllis Leroux. Marion Choate, Carol Drum. Raoul Patricia Yeager. Delmare. OFFICERS VENETTA HENERY .....,.....,..i..i.,.,,i. ,,,,i,.,,.,,, P resiflenz BIARTHA SPELLNIAN ....,,. ,,,,.,,,.i,,,,,r,,,.,,, V ice-President VIRGINIA MOORE ........... ,.,... S evretary and Treasurer PHYLLIS LEROUX .,..,.. ...,... P ublirity Chairman In the spring of 1938, Alpha chapter of Alpha Theta Rho, honorary art fraternity, was organized. With a maximum active membership of fifteen members, the group has undertaken various projects such as the current exhibit in the Broad- view Hotel radio room. The prime purpose of this organization is to Sponsor activities and art affairs not easily handled in class situations. A student must show marked talent as Well as a sincere interest in art to be eligible for membership. Mr. Norman R. Eppink and Mr. Raoul Delmare are active honorary sponsors. flflll Kappa Delia Pi . . . z Tlzirff Rllll' -Dr. Dale Zeller. Mrs. Elsie Pine. Carol Drum. Edith Mott. lvo Mersmanrl. Norma Snyder. Helen Snyder, Dr, Y. A. Davis. SVITIIIIIY limi' 'Xliss Nluiul E. Sliorm-. Nlurjoric lluley. Virginia Griggs. Claudine Decker. Belly ltivliarcls. l"frsf Hunt- Helly Noland. -Xnm' Robinson. Nlary lforlws. Mina Belle Rees. Mary -Xlicc Rees. OFFICERS IX 0 NIICRSNI.-XNN ,,,,, ,,,,,, , .. , . ,.... Presiilent l,ll.Al,lJINl-I IFFIIKEH .,,, .,,, , , l"'ir'c'l'res1'i1z-111 lNl!XR,l0RlE IIALEY ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , , Secretary YIHCINIQX URIGGS .... ,......,. .,....,,,, , . Treasurer MARY FORBES ,,,,.,, , , lforrcsporzrlfng Sccrcflary DR. D.-XLR ZELLER , ,..., , . ....,, ,,..,.. ..... .... l , ' uzuzsulor DH. H. lf. Sffl-lR.-'Ul'NlFll. ,, .. . , Sponsor "Everybody talk thing about it," wa s about 'too many organizations' but nobody does any- s the opinion reached by Kappa Delta Pi following a roundtable discussion within the organization. As a consequence the group sponsored a campus-wide roundtable, hoping at least to encourage active thinking on the subject. Kappa Delta Pi, an Honor Society in Education, has been function- ing on this campus since 1920, the tenth chapter to be installed in an organization that now has 100 chapters in United States Colleges and Universities. Fostering high standards of teacher preparation, the Society's mem- bers rnust have attained excellence of scholarship and distinction of interest and achieve ment as students and workers in the field of education. I lil? 1 . . . Kappa Mu fps Yon Third Iftlll' - Raymond Sloan, Alvin Nlorris, Richard Lee. Weldon Banz. Robert Cladfelter, Alfred Phillips. Louis Davis. Second Row- William Clay, Carl Fahrhack. Joe lingers. Kenneth Pecry. Humphrey Lewis. George Blair, Gordon Parhm, Elvin Chalelain. Firsl Run'--llazel Black. Wlilliam Benson. Mr. Sheffield. Air. Phillips. Lester Laird, llr. Peterson lllr. Tucker, Ronald Smith, Virginia Chalelain. OFFICERS LESTER LAIRD .,,,,,,,,.......,,.,.,,.... ..., ,,.,,, . . I're.sirlvnt Pasral VIRGINIA CHATELAIN ,,,.,,,,i,...,....,, Vice-Pr1'.S1'd1'nt Gauss HAZEL BLACK ....,,,,,,,. Rvcorrling Scfrctnry Eratoslhcnes C. B. TUCKER , ..,,,,,,,, COFFUSIIOIIIUIIH Serrctary Descartes RAYMOND SLOAN ,,,,,,,..,,,....,,,.,,,,........ Trvrzsurcr Bhfl-9!i'IlfIl ALFRED PHILLIPS ..,,....,,,, ,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. H I smrinl AIYIIICS DR. O. J. PETERSON ,,,,, . .. . .. .. .. . Sponsor The Kansas Beta Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity was established May 12, 1934, at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. Its membership is open to students majoring or minoring in mathematics who meet certain general and mathematical requirements. The purpose of Kappa Mu Epsilon is to develop appreciation for math- ematics and to stimulate interest therein by closer fellowship among those interested in mathematics. 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 who are not in the picture above are: Eldon Breazier, Galen Davidson, Albert Doles, Bruce Edwards, H. R. Garman, Mary G. Hawley, Virgil Hawley, Leon Miles, Donald Royer, Jack Sharp, James Smith, Dale Stinson, Haskell Thompson. 51331 P1 6amma Mu . . . Tlzinl Ron -Nliss Della Warden. Miss lfla Franz. Dr. 0. W. Nlosher. Bliss Anne Goebel, Dr. Claude Arnett. Lois Breazier. Dr. Clifton lluff. llelen Snyder. lieon Hollings- worth. Hvrurzrf Ron' Luville Nlarlin. Vary Forlies. lvo Nlersniann. 'XIIIIC Robinson. llarlan Trennepolll, David Fowler. Norina Snyder. l"l'IXl Kun' Kllyilf- Wilson. George Goebel, Wes Darrow. ,lark XXYIIUUIII. llonulsl Tflillllllllll. OFFICERS lll':l.lfN SNYIDIQH . ,. ,,,, ,,,.,,ll,,, , , l'r1'5f4fCnl NHSS ANNE UOIQBEL . ....., .. ,,,.., ,,...,. S !'!'ft'flIf,V Trvflslzrvr David L. MacFarlane, a charter member of the first chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, conducted the installation services of the Kansas Iota Chap- ter May 23, 1946. Claude E. Arnett, head of the Social Science Depart- ment, was the organizer of the chapter. The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu, the national social science honor society, is the inculcation of the ideals of scholarship and social service in the study of social problems. It aims at more cooperation among stu- dents of the several branches of social science. Membership is open to juniors, seniors, graduate students, alumnus, and faculty members who have completed at least twenty hours of social science with an average grade of not less than "B," Pi Gamma Mu sponsored a convocation debate between Young Dem- ocrats and Young Republicans from Kansas University before the general election. A formal dinner and initiation for new members was held in December. Founded at Southwestern College in 1924, Pi Gamma Mu now has over one hundred active chapters and several thousands of members. As a part of its program in the development of interest in the social sciences, Pi Gamma Mu has become associated with the American Associ- ation for the Advancement of Science. 51343 . . . Pilfdppa Del a Slf1n1ling-- Clyde Wilson. ,lean Welsh. .lean Flmlger, ,loc Parsons. Scrztwl - Pal Unllara, Gene Hycr. Lowell Long. OFFICERS LOW ELI, LONG ,..,.. . . ,Y,, .. . lII'f'Sll1!'lII P.-YI' O'NI ARK ,,,, , ,.,....,,,, . Vffl'-l,l'FSI'lIt'lIl GENE HYER . ,,,, ,....., . . ,.,,, Secrvfrlry CLYDE WILSON. .IK ,,,,, . ,,,. Tl'6'lISllfl'l' An honorary forensic fraternity, Pi Kappa Delta has for its purpose the promotion of intercollegiate oratory, debate, and public speaking and the stimulation of interest in these forms of forensic activity. Zeta chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, located here at Emporia State, is one of the largest chapters of this national fraternity. Among its former members are Harry H. Woodring and Walter A. Huxman, both former Kansas governors, and William Allen White, the late and beloved editor of the Gazette. George R. R. Pflaum, head of the Speech Department and debate coach, is a past national president of Pi Kappa Delta. Members of Pi Kappa Delta wear a distinctive badge conferred upon them by the fraternity after they have proved their ability by representing their college in intercollegiate debates, orations, or public speaking con- tests. Members of the Speakers Bureau also are eligible for membership. fl35j P!11'Mu Abba . . . Fnurlli Hou' llenny lfonrse. lfxerett Watson. Tlzfrff Rn1t'---- l.yle fXl4'Yey, Yernun Beattie. Kenneth Schull. Dunalcl Koons. Merle Hogg, J. Xvarren Brinkman, Robert Lenigan, Eugene Grissom. Svrolzzl Rott' .-X. .l. Wagner. Ed Wortrnan. Wm. Green. Glen Lilchfieltl. Lee clilfltjll. Kenneth Judd. Charles llranclall. Ray Barnes. Keith Vtvilson. lfirsz Run'---George Neaderhiser. Charles lminlierg. Jerry Miller. Paul Holmes. Charles Moore, Frank Nlalainlmri. Robert Onsley. ,Inc Turner. Warren Austin. OFFICERS KENNY CO1 RSE ,, ,, .,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. . , ,., ,,,,, ,. ljl'l'Si!i!3lIf ROBERT OUSLEY .,,,, , ....., Vir'e4PrvsidenI N1ERI.l'l IIOCG ,.,.,,,.,, ...,,,,,,,. Secretary ROBERT LENICAN ,,,,, .... ,,,,,. T r crzsurer KENNETH ,IUDD .,,, .......,. K apellmeister NORMAN COUD ,..,., ,.,,,,.,.,,,,... ,.....,,,,,,,,.,,r,,,t..,.,,,, H i smrian WARREN AIFTIN ,,,, ,.,.,t,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,AA,,,,,,,,, W grden DR. ORYILLE .i. BORIIHERS ......,. SIIIIFHIIH' Councilman Beta Upsilon of Phi Mu Alpha, national honorary music fraternity, was organized on the campus in 1937. Phi Mu Alpha, after several years of inactivity due to the war, again made its presence among active organizations an established fact when it conducted the seventh annual singing bee. The events of the year, aside from the singing bee, are Phi Mu's par- ticipation in the All-Kansas Musical Festival and the All-Kansas Music Clinic. Music students are elected to Phi Mu Alpha on the basis of their pro- fessional promise, scholarship, and recommendation of a member of the music faculty. Liaoj . . . Sgyma Aww Iota llelen Nickel 'Nlargarel Rowlands, Dorothy Zimmerman. Belly Sorenson. Velma Laney. Esther Lyliargel Ethel MrNcill anili Nlo e Phyllis l,eronx, Gloria Barnes, Leona Hargaflinc. Naomi Dickson. Lois llolfmun. OFFICERS PHYLLIS l,llROl X ,,,....... ., ,, , ,,,, ..,....,.. I 'rcsizlent LEONA HARCADINE ,........ . ,. ..... . Vir'c'-Presirlclzt lVlARGARli'l' ROWLANDS .. .. .,....... ,, ffhaplain .IUANITA MOSES ,... ,,.,, .,,... , . ..,... .. Serrctllry' DOROTHY ZIMMERMAN ., , ...,..,,........ Treasurer GLORIA BARNES ....,,,.....,.,, .....,. . gl'l'gt'IIllI-lll-!lI'lll5 You heard Rise Stevens sing and Patricia Travers play her violin? Well, they're both Sigma Alpha Iotas. Sigma Alpha Iota is a national professional music fraternity for women. Emporia State's chapter, Iota Gamma, was organized on the campus in 1938. Promotion of musical excellence and raising the ideals of music education are the purposes of the organization. Social activities of the group range from the annual Music Hall party in the fall, given by Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota, to the elab- orate scholarship tea in the spring, given by Iota Gamma patronesses. The proceeds of the tea provide a fund from which a scholarship is awarded each year to a graduating member chosen by the patronesses. This year's winner was Naomi Dickson, soprano from Admire. Beside the active members pictured, the second semester pledges include Cleda Decker, Mona Edmisson, Elsie Mast, Anna Mae Kimple, and Marjorie Fanestil. ll3Tl P1 Omega' Pi . . . Sf!lflllz:l1g?lJ0ll3lfl Troulinan, Wallace Larson. Robert Blenzie. Lawrence Bowyer. Mr. llerinan Baehr. George Scholes. Bill Griinwoorl. Mr. X. C. lliett. Scare-I Anna Lou llletlil Brown, Dorotliy Overlioll. Rulll Puckett. Mary ,lo l Iling. Elllel Ilan- sen. Mr. E. C. McGill. OFFICERS ltll.l. fllilxlxx OOD ,, H, , l'l!'.YI'llL'lIf lJURO'l'llY 0VEl'ill0l.'l' .,.. ,...,, l "'ir'e'-l'rv.v1'1lf'11l lf'l'l'lEl. HANSICN .,., ,,., . St'l'l'!'llIl'vY R. E. flllflxlfllf ........, ,,,.,. 1 lI't'IlSIlI't'l The Mu Chapter of Pi Omega Pi was founded in 1929. The purpose of this organization is to promote scholarship in Commerce and to encour- age high ethical standards in business and professional life. A Work Simplification Clinic under the auspices of the Standard Reg- ister Company and a lecture given by Mr. Arthur R. Fry, a filing expert representing the Globe Wernicke Company, were sponsored by the Mu Chapter as open meetings for other students and campus people. Monthly meetings, the annual trip to Kansas City, a pledge dinner, and a spring formal provided a full and interesting calendar for the school term of ,46 and '47. Membership of Mu Chapter is made up of students chosen for their skill and ability to excel in their professional efforts and for their prom- ise in the field of business education. Twelve new members were pledged this year. Marvin Byers, Virgil Hurt, and George Cusik were pledged after a picture was taken of the group. 11381 Al fmffzemhn li e ary Soc bfy 1Q Thin! Ron'-'.l0y Branson. Nlanrene Murphy. Alberta Nichols. Katherine Ewart. Louise Degari- more, Mary Ann Pelch. Bobbie Ross. Helen Vandavere. Ernestine Karnes, Belly Hartenbower. Ruth Pickett. SUCUIIIZ Rauf- Betty Sorenson. Miss Della Warden lSponsorl. Ann Hurrisort. lna Lou fionlxlin. Mary Clark. Peggy Fredric-kson. Harriet Sauder, Marjorie Knlninlq. Dorothy Uter- lioll. l"irxl Ron' Lucille Bender. Yirginia Moore. Mary ,lean Glaflfeller. Dorothy Price. OFFICERS INA LOU CIONKLIN ............,,.....,,,,,i.... .... , .... I ,l'f:'Silft'IlL LOUISE DFGARINIORE ...., ,, ..... Vicr'-l're.si11'w1I MAR,IORlE KUTNINK .,..... ,.i,..... . Qecretary JOY BRANSON .,,Y.,.,,,,..,.. ..,,..,. T reasurcr The Alphathenian Literary Society was organized in the fall of 1921. The objective of this society is to create interest in and to further the appreciation of literature. Membership is based upon an interest in literature and adaptability of the individual. Each winter a formal banquet is held in honor of the new pledges. A short program follows the dinner. Miss Della Warden and Mrs. Elsie Pine are the society's sponsors. L 139 J Al he freeman Palmer Thin! Roivf- Evelyn Cardwell, Leila Lewis. ,lcanne Belling. Sylvia Myers. Scrum! Rau'-W Dorothy Reivhardl. Margaret Wliitluw, Betty Noland, Barbara Ethridge, Valeria Phillips, lone Conman. Ruth Griffith. Firsl ROZl'e'YClIlll1 Ylcelx. lmogene Rivliurds. Arlie llralih. Laura Mae Kulilmann. Miss llarriet Eli-ock lsponsorl. Judy Trice. Vida Clolhier. Valetta Moeckel. OFFICERS LM RX Nletli Kl HLMANN . ,, , ,.,,, , 1,l't'Sl'1fi'IIl MAHGARHI' ROWLANDS ...,. ,.,. A Svfrvtary-Trfflzsllrvr NHS5 HARRIET ELCOKIK .,,,,,, ,,,,,, I' 'acuity Sponsor Alice Freeman Palmer Literary Society emphasizes contemporary drama, poetry, moving pictures, and fiction. This literary society was named in honor of the former Wellesley College President, Alice Freeman Palmer, and it is ever an aim of each girl to uphold the ideals for which she stood. Members and guest speakers presented Works of well known authors during the monthly meetings. The two social meetings sponsored by the group during the year were the Christmas party held in conjunction with the other literary societies, and a formal dinner was held in May. Membership in Alice Freeman Palmer is based on high scholastic standing and upon individual adaptation to the active group. The ob- jectives of the organization are fourfold: advancement of scholarship, encouragement of literary achievement, promotion of friendship, and training for social leadership. ' r 140 1 0 U I 0 0 . Omega we ary Soc lefy 'K Standing- Lola Viets. lris lslelmley. Anna Belle Rees. Mary Alice Rees. Nadine Merilatt. Norma Snyder. Freda Ames, Kathleen Fox, Anita Reid. Phyllis Leronx. Gloria Barnes. Mona Edmisson, Anne Robinson. ,loan Block. Scnlerl-Mary Ann Steg. Edith Mott, Eleanor Marsh, Marjorie Haley. Mrs. Nlaylmerry, Mary ,lo lltting, Miss Huffman. Maurine Schwarm. Virginia Griggs. .lane Drum. Adelia Evans. OFFICERS MARY ,IO UTTINC .,,,...,....,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.. .....,,,.,,,,,,,. P r esizlenl VIRGINIA CRICCS .... .... . ,.,,,. V ice-Prexirlent MARJORIE HALEY ....,.,,, ,,,,,,,.,,... S ecrelary JOAN BLOCK . ,,,...,, ,,,,,, .......... H 1 islorian The Omega Literary Society was organized as a debating society in 1902 by 21 women students who wanted a women's organization to corre- spond to the men's organization known as Alpha Senate. The society was given the name Omega because it was the last group at the time to be organized as a debating society. Although debating is no longer an activity of the organization, Omega still maintains its early ideals of strict membership requirements and now emphasizes the study of liter- ature as an activity. Omega's membership of thirty-five is limited to girls who have at- tended college at least one semester and who have high scholastic stand- ards. Two honorary members of Omega are Mrs. William Allen White and Mrs. Thomas W. Butcher. The society's sponsors are Mrs. J. W. Mayberry and Miss Faye Huffman. An important activity of the society is the maintenance of two student loan funds, one for undergraduate and one for graduate study. These funds, which are supported by gifts from the society and alumnae mem- bers, are available to members of Omega society. Omega's social highlights of the year are the initiation services, the Christmas party and the spring luncheon, which is Homecoming Omega alumnae. lllll Wesley founder bn . . . OFFICERS ,. ,, ., , , El' "l'l , I ' S . JOSEPH BliCIxLES..WesIey I'oundalzon Director edmir W Ht uw Helen Vane KID ter mann, Irene Smith, Alice Frazier, Vesta El LA PANB """"""'AA'A""""""""'A"' VW-Pffsfffeflf Pownell. .Ioan Block. Eileen Sanders. NIARGARET WHITLOWW, ..., Ser-retary-Treasurer ITONALII SMITH ,, ,, ..,,,,.., ,.,,.,,..,i,..,,,,,, P resident WFSILV I-'00lVD.47'l0N "little Wes" fnfer din: Here's how "little Wes" shows us-the students of KSTC-the Works. When "Wes, " watch says 9:30 a. m., he leads us to the Methodist Church for impressive worship services and discussions in which all stu- DONALU SMITH ..........,,.,,, ,,,,,.. P resident EULA PACE ,A,,.,,,,,,,i,,,.,.,,.., Vice-President MARGARET WHITLOW . ,....,,. Secretary MARY G. HAWLEY ,,,, .,...,,,e Worship ALICE FRAZIER ,,.,,,,,,,,. Ch. Sch. Worship JO BIAOXOM ,,,,AA,A,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,, , Personnel CHARLES FRYER ,.,,.,. ,..,.... . .. Lilfffrllllrfrf JOAN BLOCK ........,.,. ...,,,.,,.,. , . Recreation NORMAN GOOD ...,.....,,.,,,,,,,. Deputalion ALICE GROSSARTH ,,.. World Friendship RUTH VALYER ,....,,,,,,,,,,. F0011 Chairman CHRISTINE OWENS .. ........,.. Sa-raphook ESTAMARY GRAHAM ,,,. Wesley Players Q 'J I-I 4 v GRACE THRESIIER ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.. Publicity VIRGINIA LOVELESS .............l.............. .4 Wesley Window 0 RONALD SMITH ,..,,,.,,.,,,,,.,.........., House CHARLES LONNBERG .,.,,., ,. Mnsir Il42I AFUIIIIII Pirllm--Good. Boone. Welmli. Pownell. Bean. Buckley. FIQQICIIIEIH Lilclifield. Whitlow. Kloslcrmann. liy liarger, Guy. Smith. Laney, Bloxom Block. dents have an opportunity to contribute and to receive fine Christian ideas and ideals. After the students have spent Sunday afternoons studying, reading, or visiting, "Little Wes" is always waiting for us at the church at 5:30 for fun, food, and fellowship-spelled with a capital HF." "Wes" has a tough time competing with the Hawleys, the Smiths, Buckley or Page at ping pong, while Zimmerman, Schroll, Boone or Whitlow edge him out at bingo or darts. And what a time he has trying to out-sing Anderson, Litchfield and Lybarger while Lonnberg accompanies them at the piano. Then it is always nice to return to our homes following an inspirational worship period which concludes the first day of a new week in our college careers. "Little Wes" also aids Graham and the members of Wesley Players in the production of a play once each semester. Anderson. Schroll. Whillow, Cleivhi- man. Sanders. Bam-on. Fanflslroin. Kind. f H31 Commerce Club . . . Third Rou'-- Branson. Nichols. Vluek, Larse n. Cleir-lnnan. Whitluw, Yoesle. lfllxridge, Dznis. Cloyes. Fclloof. St'!'UNIf Nun' -Sulwles. Nlifcillllh. lloslcllcr. Uvcrlnull. Hiclxer. Baker. Yanluly. Hanly. Nlurlx, Icy, Peterson. I'lif.'iI Kun' 'l'lI'C'KlCl'llifll. Mr. N11-.Cill, f,V1'I'll0ll,, l'lzn'ris. Bean. Ilagg. Sumler. Mr. Long, Hansen. Strzzzzlzhg-V -Brown. l.aur'k, Kuenning. Morris, Sclmnll. Ricll. Bowyer. llmaper. Boone. Byers. lfrickson. Fryer. lleinen. .QPIIIHKI Knight. Pefrlnixlgloll. wlt'll'll. Atlllllli Nlenzie. Clllllhlll. Mr, lliell fSpu11su1'l, Kut- nink, lllnlsow. 'ww Zyl ,Q A, Third Run- Allen. Crawford. Wiley. Wilson, Bush. Klllllllliill. Puckett. Nlcllvain. SPVIIIIII RllIl"PllllIlIl5. Young. Allen. Yunmlavere. l Iling. l"ier1'e. Finley. ,luvol1e. xlPil'I'lllIH, lfirsl Rune f Baellr. Week. Str-ml. 'IlI'll'f'. S2lIl1l'4ll'HIll. llenz. Nlasem. ffanlff. OFFICERS The Commerce Club is open to all Rm, MEWH5 V I ,,,m,,,,,I, students enrolled in Commerce classes mul .qmylg I H y',-,.e.11,,,,,',1,,,,, and meets the last Wednesday of each X lil ,Nl -X X l.l fl'lK St'I'I'I'lIll'V-TI'l'II.YllI't'f TTl0l1th. IH-ll Aww Pfu' Omega . . . Thirrl Rout -- Henry Cobb, Raymond Barnett. Walter Crouch, Earl Gadberrv. ,loe Parsons. Vincent Kelly, Grant Jordan. Sw-oml Rau' --Albert Amberg. David 0'Dea. Cecil Davis, Harvey McGuire. Kenneth Peery. Sam Adanie, Earl Nelson, Keith Wlilson. Keith Akins. lfirxl Rout Nlr. Dale Hogan. Dr. C. 0. Meritleth, Richard llanna. Frank Karnes. Jr.. Dr. David L. MacFarlane, Mr. Norman Eppink. Mr. Walter Butcher. Mr. Clair 'l'urner. NIICNTRERS NOT PICTLTRED -- Edmund Dunn, Robert Cordon, James Cross, William R. Foster. Louis Burns. ,lolin Glinka, Robert Keil, Robert Hawkins. Leon Miles. Frankie Squier, Bruce Edwards. Frederick Detrick, Robert Grimm. Robert Ouslcy, Ralph Graves. Charles Luckinball. OFFICERS WALTER CR0lfCH ..,,, ,,,,,.,.,..........,,..,,, I 'resident EARL CADBERRY ,.,.. . . Vive-l'res1'tlvr1l HENRY COBB. JR. .... ...,,..,, St'f'f6f!If.V RICHARD HANNA ....,,, Tl'f'IISlIfl'l' KEl'l'll AKINS , Historian Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, is composed of college and university men who have previously been affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. The chapter on this campus was started in February, 1947, and was activated the latter part of April. Alpha Phi Omega renders service in four maior fields: service to the student body, service to youth and the community, service to members of the fraternity, and service to the nation as participating citizens. Two projects undertaken by the chapter were to stage a district track meet for all Boy Scouts in this district in May, and to conduct a knot-hole section for the kids at all Emporia State athletic events. The latter proj- ect will also be in effect for the coming football and basketball season. I un 1 cience Club . . . Third Run' Glen Low. Bob Cladfelter. Bruce Edwards. Nlr. Ward li. llxerholl. Henry lfllioll. Edward N. Perry, Ronald Sniilh, Wlilhcrl Prothe. Sffmmi Roll' Mr. Loren Mentler. Claude Hilcy. Eran Gibson, ,lirn Smith. l.. K, Daris. Dr. John Breukclman, Randolph Robinson. Willard Bram. lfirst 1611114 Donald Sinilh. Louise Carter. llzuel Black. Nlary Hassle-y. Ruth Griffith. lflinor Fliaw. Yirgziniu Iljertstedl, Eileen Funders. OFFICERS DONALD SNIITH ,, , , l'resifIe'n1 l.0l ISIC lI'XR'I'ICR ,, ,, , Sw-rclurji ,IXNIICS SNll'l'lI ,..,., , , ,.,.. iiffl'-PH'S1iflt'Ilf liRl'l1lQ EUWXRIJF TI't'llSIll'l'I The Science Club, created in the spring of 1939, is ax fusion of the former agri- culture, biology, chemistry, and physics organizations and was the first club cn the cumpus to pioneer in consolidation. lambda De a lambda . . . Slrmzling- Kay Phillips, Eldon Breuzier, Gurdon Parlnn. Ronald Smith. Rayinond Sloan. Richard Lee. Donald Sniilh. Leon Miles. Svulml fr llr. Winston Crain. Boli Uladfeller. Dr. F. ll. juvolx. Louise llavis, Nlr. Lester l.uird. Nu chapter of Lambda Delta Lambda each year presents outstanding frcshnicn with awards for their Work in chemistry and physics. Awards are given to students who show unusual scholarship, personality, and professional promise. l l-lfb I K-dub . . . Thin! R0ur Mr. g'Cns" Fish, David Wright. Dave Scales, Don Saclowski, Larry Wmvellliof. Wally Robinson. Wlilbur Reeser. Nleredilll Lilcllfielcl. William Short, "Bill" Lilcllfielfl. 50001111 Roll' -- llarolrl Hoyt, john Lane, Gail Sllanelec. Max Dye. Richard Kessler. Joe Edwards, Ueralrl Mosby, Jim Corey. l"frs! Ron" Wayne 'llaylorx llal Nlrley. Armin Sopll. Bull Foster. Tell Baranoski, Sam Butter- field. XIEBIBERS NOT PIC'l'l'REDf Bill Campbell. Elmer Carson. Gene Cusir. Pele Daniels. Wlarren Dick, Vernon Duncan. Prentice Cary. William Goldsmith, Byron Graber, Virgil llnrt. Charles Srliarff. Max Smiley. Owen Wlilson. Earl W7lH1'llCFlCf. Harold Yockey. OFFICERS MARION i'SAM" BllTTl'fRFlELD ,,,, President JOE EDWARDS ...,..,....,.,,,,,,..,....,,....., ,,,,. S vrretary 'EBITIT' FOSTER ..., , TI'!'IlSI1l'f'I' Organized for the social benefit of athletes who have lettered in any of the various competitive sports sponsored by K. S. T. C., the K-Club is one of the most respected organizations on the campus. For the first time in many years homecoming Week saw the traditional rule of "no freshman on the main walk," broken when the K-Club was outnumbered and properly and without fanfare dunked in the pond. i in 1 7M.C .... The Y. M. C. A. Book Exchange Y. M. C. A. CABINET JACK MATHEWS .,..,,,,,,,,...,....,,,,,,,,...,,,,. President R. H. LEWIS ..,..,.,.,........ ...,... V ire-President HORACE HOLMES ....,...,.....................,. Secretary GEORGE HARRISON ,....,..........,....,.,.... Treasurer GEORGE BLAIR .,..,.,...,. District Representative RALPH MORSE ................ .,.,Y,. S acial Chairman CHARLES LONNBERC ,.,,,..,..,. Music Chairman CHARLES FRYER ..... ,....,.... W orship Chairman KENNETH PEERY .................... World Relations MR. E. J. CALKINS. MR. ROY DURHAM, NIR. ll. J. FRONINC ,. ..... . ,..,.,. ,. Advisors The Y. M.C.A. during the past year, has utilized most of its time and efforts not in increasing the membership of the organization but in planning conferences so that the organization will be able to afford a new and better program with which it may start in the September semester of 1947. At the present time the Y. M. and the Y. W. have been meet- ing together and making these plans. Some of the activities which the "Y" has sponsored this year have been those of sending delegates to most of the conventions which have been held. Among these conventions are the Estes Park and National conventions. L im 1 ...K.C. Stanrling-Grace Thresher, Lois Hefty, Martha Hassler, Maxine King, Frances McCabe, Joan Barnhart, Vesta Pownell, Alice Schwindt. Scaled-Velda Stewart, Margaret Whitlow, Helen Robinson, Margaret Rowlands, Ruth Valyer, Vida Clothier. OFFICERS MARGARET ROWLANDS .,,,.....,,,,,...... Presidrfrlt MARGARET WHITLOW ,,,,..,...,. Vice-President VELDA STEWART ,,,.....,,,.,. ..,,,...,,,... T reasuirfr FRANCES MCCABE .,..,,,,.. ....,,.....,,i..... S ecretary GRACE THRESHER ..,,.,.....,,, Program Director ESTAMARY GRAHAM Worship Chairman ELIZABETH BEAUCHAMP .... Social Chairman EUNICE GRANADA .,,,,..... . Publicity Chairman EULA PAGE ,,,.,,......,,,..r....,,,,,i.... Music Chairman A candlelight service welcomed new members into Y. W. at the first meeting of the year. Each Monday evening at 7:00 thereafter members met in the S. C. A. room of the Student Union to listen to or to participate in various programs. Always keeping in mind their purpose "To promote good fellowship on the campus," the group sponsored the first all-school party. At Christ- mas they sponsored the "Y-Sing" for all students on the campus. Activities involving interests beyond the campus included sending delegates to the various conventions. Two students were sent to the national convention at Urbana, Illinois. ll49j ara e Teachers 0f Amer' a Slanfling -- Ed Scoll. Mr. E. J. Calkins. Wesley Darrow, George Harrison. Leonard Clausen. Waller Phipps. George Goebel, David Fowler. William Burrows. Dr. George llill. S6'Il1t'tlff,lEi1I1flC Ruhy, Martha llassler. Letha Brown, Sylvia Myers. Evelyn Cardwell. Genexa Finley. Iris llelmley. Vida Glothier. OFFICERS IHJWAHD SlIO'l"l' ,,.,... ,,..,, ,.,, , . . l,fl'Xl'tlt?lIl Nl NNY llfflli BEF! llA5Kl'll,L , l"i1'c-l'r1'.S1'rlBl1l WliSl.l-IY IJ.-XRROW ....,., ,,..,....,,. ,,,,..... S 6 rretllry MAH'l'llA IIASSLER ,,,..,.,,,,,,......... ,,,.. T H'lISllf6'f Foremost in the purposes of the Future Teachers of America, national professional organization, is to so raise the level of the teaching profes- sion to be on a par with legal and medical professions. The Future Teachers of America is a development of the Horace Mann Centennial held in 1937. The first FTA chapter was founded in 1939, now over 70 chapters exist on college and university campuses. Emporia State formulated the local chapter of FTA in 1940. This year members of FTA had many interesting and noteworthy speakers attend their meetings. In addition to educational speakers, the FTA cooperated with the Emporia Youth Council in the Citizenship Recognition Dinner. Many of the members were instrumental in helping with the Social Science Conference for high school students, held here in April. L 150 1 I l I I 0 I U Soc hi c ence dub Tfiirfl Ron" - lllyile Wilson. Nliss Della Warden. Ur. Clamle .Xl'netl. lfxlwiii lluuper. Wayne Marlin. Kennclli Kerr, Lucille Marlin. Calvin l'f'iitecosI, William Burrows. Alvin Morris. llelen Snyder. l.ois Hreazier, George Blair. Mary Peterson, Robert Nlitcliell, Cwen Xongker. Alive Frazier. Norma Jean Snyder. Sew-01111 Run' -- llr. 0. W. Mosher, llarlan Treuriepulil. Mary Forlies. lvu Mersniann. Carl l'lZ:lllI'll2H'll. llnrolliy Reivliarrlt. Davifl Fowler. Nlorlon Philips. Nlargaret lllman. f"1'rsI Ron' George Goebel. llenry Elliott. Wesley Darrow. ,lack Woutoii. Don 'l'1'0llllIli'lll, Nlax Rairfl. OFFICERS f First Sl'lII4"Sif'I' Swozzzl SUIIIFSIUI' UIQURCK Colflilill- .... ,,,,,,.......,,,, I Jresizlcnt ...,.,,.. ...,,,,, ,.... C Q EORGE BllAlR .-XLYIN MORRIS ,...,,, , .,..,,, ,,,,.. I fire-Presirlcnt ...,,, .. . ,,v..,,, ...CARL F.NllRB.'XCfll MARY FORBES ...,,,,,,,,,......,,,,,,.....,.,,,,.,. Secretary-Treasurer ,,,. ..,, ,,.,,,,,,,, D 0 ROTIIY RElflllARlJT NORNLX SNYDER .... ,,,,.,..... . ...., ,,,, . Publicity Chairman ,,,,., .. ,..,,,, ,,.... . C.-Xxlll XCE FRENCH DR. ORX ll,LE W. MOSHER ,,,,...., ,,,......, I' lfll'll1f-Y Sponsor The Social Science Club, sponsored by the Social Science Department, has as its purpose the broadening of the understanding of all interested students in the vital problems falling Within the scope of this field. Mem- bership is of two types - active and non-active -and is open to all inter- ested students. Meetings are held bi-monthly and feature speakers, forums, roundtable discussions, debates, movies and other means that associate work in the Social Science field with everyday living. Two projects were carried to completion by the Social Science Club during the school year. A state-Wide conference on foreign and domestic affairs for visiting high school social science students was inaugurated on the campus April 18-19. L isi 1 Newman dab . . . .lt Strnuiing W- Nanette While, Sylvia Myers, Fred Wichert, George Harrison, Michael McGuire, David Amend, Pat Dorris, Charlotte White. Suulcrl -- Paul Dorris. Mary King, Jeanette Haag, Father Arthur Tonne. Miss Anne Coehel. Juanita Akins, Peter Brown. OFFICERS KENNETH SCHARTZ ,.,,,.,,.... ,,,,,,, P resident REV. AR'l'Hl'R TONNE, O.F.M ...,. Chaplain PAUL DORRlS ,,,,,,,,,, ........,..,. V ice-President MISS ANNE COEBEL ,,...... Faculty Sponsor SYI.VlA MYERS .. ,, ,, Secretary-Treasurel Catholic students at Emporia State are members of Newman Club, Whose purpose it is to bring the Catholic young people together for religious discussion and instruc- tion, as well as fcr social gatherings. folleglhfe dab . . . l Standing Y-Guy Kelley. Prentice Cary. Ramon Groves. Marjorie Golden. Dorsey Gaines. John Robson. Sealer!-4 Mr. George Johnson, Sponsorg Marcus Morrow, Grant jordan, William Barnes. The Collegiate Club had its beginnings in 1936 with David Bradford of Atchison as the first president. The purpose of the club was to form a social organization for the negro students on the campus. During the past ten years the Collegiate Club has succeeded in its purpose. ll52j . . . Spfzinx lkerary Society Standing-Joan Robison, Jean Teichgraeber, Barbara Barnett, Joanne Lewis, Mildred Mallary, Eula Page, ,Ioan Hoeh, Grace Selvy. Seated-Melva Mayes, Jean Welsh, Marjorie Sauder, Joyce Mobley, Eunice Severns, Mary Peter- sen, Patrena Petersen, Nanette White, Leona Hargadine, Anna Mae Kimple, Naomi Dickson. OFFICERS JOYCE MOBLEY .,,,....,,,,,.,.... ,,,,...,,, , ,,.., 1 'resident LEONA HARGADINE .,.,..., Vice-President PATRENA PETERSEN ,,....., ...,. . .. Ser-retary NANETTE WHITE ................,,,............. Treasurer The Sphinx Literary Society was founded in 1919 by Miss Teresa M. Ryan of the English Department. The purpose of the club is to create an interest in the field of literature. The Sphinx Society membership is limited to thirty girls who show special interest in the study of literature and who are chosen by the active members of the club. The pledges are chosen for their scholastic and leadership ability. Miss Vida Askew and Miss Pauline Henderson Sponsors. l153j I6 .ZCDebafe7eam . . . Seafwl-Clyale W'ilson. jr., Pal 0'lNla1'a. Lowell Long. Sfumfing Findley llarlzler, Vie llyilen, ,lr.. Joe The Emporia State debate team, under the direction of Dr. George R. R. Pflaum, climaxed a highly successful season by winning 7 out of 8 debates in the Pi Kappa Delta National Tournament at Bowling' Green. Ohio. These high honors followed the winning of the Denver Rocky Mountain Tournament and the Newton Invitational Tournament. The team also participated in the Conway, Arkansas Invitational. Speakers Bureau . . . dl'SOIlS Front Ron' -Kermit Shafer. Phyllis l,eroux. Jean lfladger. Pal Yeager. Velma l.aney. Mary ,Io llting. Pfstamary Graham, Ilaydee Equiluz. Velda Stewart. Betty Knoepple. Hm'l.' Roux Charles llill, Rolverl Hawkins, 'llefl l.oniey. llarold lloy. james Xliller, George Blair, Barhara Puhr. llelen Snyder. ,llenilzers Not Pirlzzrerl--Bill ,-Xdanis. Roberta Arnistrongr. David Wood. Claudine Decker. Edith l'lamen, Marjorie Fanestil, James Smith. Elflen Erickson. Leon Hollingsworth. John fNleCormally. Mrs. Lois Pentecost. Alfred Phillips. Francis Revitte. Mrs. Betty Roush. The Student Speakers Bureau is an efftrt to serve Kansas communities and students of the college. The Bureau shows that present day students are authorities in their field and that they can present their messages in an interesting manner. I 154 I . . . Musk' Depar mem' Fifllz Roll" Roland Welili, Lyle McYay, George Meeker, Merle Hogg, Everett Matson, Eugene Grissom. Louis Kumli, Larry Winters. Fourth Rau' -Paul Bennett, Miles Gooch, Glen Litchfield. A. J. Wagner, Charles Hall. Benny Course. Frank Malambri, Norman Good. Lee Garten. Robert Ousley. Thirrl Row' Jerry Miller, Charles Lonnberg, Grace Selvy, Margaret Rowlands, Pauline Schmede- mann, Phyllis Leroux. Annabelle Turner. Marjorie Sauder, Kenneth Judd, Glenn Cerbracht. Sevuzzrl Row--f Eula Page, Naomi Dickson, Juanita Moses, Norma Lewis, Betty Sorenson, Rose- mary Voeste, Helen Nickels. Leona Hargadine, Joan Smith. I"irxr Rowe- Elsie Mast. Jacqueline Fair. Velma Laney. Nancy Woodward, Anna Mae Kirnple, Regina Williams. Dorothy Zimmerman. Wilma Pennington, Dorothy Buckley. Mona Edmisson. The Symphonic Chorus, under the direction of Dr. Orville J. Borchers, is one of the outstanding music organizations on the campus. This year's activities included a three day tour over the south and southeastern part of Kansas. Presentation of Hansen's "Merry Mount" and Brahms' "Requiem" were the major musical projects in 1946-'47. f155j fT 27- W Me Treble C'!ef Club . . . Miss Latharine E. Strouse, Director, First Soprano- -Norma Jean Lewis, Naomi Dicksong Svrond Sopranoeflthel Alice McNeill, Betty Sorensong First Alto- Dorothy Zimmerman, Anna Mae Kimplc: Serum! Altar Estamary Graham. Marjorie Steadg Afmfzlpafiisi-Miss Elsie Mast. The Treble Clef Club presented its annual concert in the Music Hall Auditorium on Sunday, March 23. Madrgyalians . . . Standing-Kenneth Judd. Juanita Moses, Leona llargadine, Charles Lonnherg. Sealed-Mr. Theodore Owen, Gloria Barnes. Marjorie Fanestil. Alice Hargadine. Williumina Matson, and Dr. 0. ,l. Borchers. The Madrigalians are a group of eight students and two faculty men who sit around a table and sing in an informal manner without accompaniment or direction. The group, patterned after the old English madrigfalians, create an atmosphere of the music of Elizabethan England. This year the Madrigalians took a week's tour of Oklahoma and Texas. L l5O l Sym irony 0rc!1esfm . . . LEOPOLD LIEGL ....,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. ,,...,,.,,,........,,,,,,,..,.... D irector The personnel of the Symphonic Orchestra are: First Violin-Virgil Person, Mary Ann Payne, Jacqueline Fair, Eula Page. Esther Lybarger, Valeta Jeffrey, Anna Mae Kimple, Jo Ann Riegle. Second Violins-George Neader- hiser, Betty Sorenson, Margaret Rowlands, Charles Moore, Gloria Barnes, Betty Swezey, Lyle McVay, Paul Clay- ton. Viola-f-Harold Bennett. Helen Layhurn, Juanita Moses, Marjorie Fanestil, Lois Hoffman. Cello-Edwin Stuntz- ner. Robert Lenigan, Helen Jane Nickels. Annabelle Turner. Hannah Pattie, Marjorie Hammer. String Bass4Arthur J. Wagner, Max Sauder, Kenneth Judd, Merle Hogg, Vale Page. Flute--lla Jane Fogleman, Eunice Granada. Clari- net--Everett Matson. Robert Ousley. Obrze-William Course. Pat Wagner. Bassoon--Margaret Fankhauser, Nile, Gooch, Frank Malanibri. TrumpetsEdwin Wortman. George Meeker. Norman Radke. Horn-Lee Garton, Charles Hendricks, Velma Laney, Shirley Ann Baird, Glen Mitchell. Trombone -- Eugene Grissom, Charles Hall. Tuba -- llel Burden. Timpani--Kenneth Schull. Band . .. CHARLES HENDRICKS .,,,,.,,,r.,......,..,,,,, ,,.,....,.,,, D irer-tm The personnel of the Band are: Clarincts-Hazel Butler, lone Coman, Evelyn Gaskill, Frank Malainbri, Everett Matson. Frances McCabe, Juanita Moses, Clifford Shoebrook, Patricia Wagner, Marjorie Wainser, Mary Martha Ware, Mary Wright. Dorothy Zimmerman. Alto Clarinet- Norma Jean Lewis. Saxoplmnesw-Elizabeth Geist, Virginia lljerstedt. llelen Robinson. Edna Frances Wilson. Oboes' 'William B. Course. Norman Good. Bassoon--Harold Ben- nett. Flutes- Betty Coffey. Jane Fogelnian. Alice Frazier. Eunice Granada, Lois Redmond. Richard Schroll. Julia Trice, l'vff'Il1'l1 Hnrnsw-Dorothy Buckley, Lee D. Garton, Charles Jones, Anna Mae Kimple, Velma Laney. Glenn Litchfield. Roland Webb. Cornv1sf-- Naomi Dickson. Alfred Ericson, Leon Everhart. Glen Gerhranht. LOU Arm Graham, Paul llolmes. Donald Koons, Phyllis Kusmaul. Marilynn Lee, Norman Radke, Phyllis Seifert, Adele Terry, Delmar Webb, Edwin Worlman. Trombones-f'l'atricia Bean. Charles Crandall. Calvin Canniff, Paul Clayton, Charles Hall. Ethel Mice M1-Neill. Marion Plummer. Max Sauder. Betty Sweley. Bz1ritor1e'.s- -llel Burden. Carl Funk. Niles Gooch. Ilannalu Jean I'atli. Albert Ropfogel, Annabelle Turner. Celia Jane Wood. Basses William Clay. Ray Fowler. l,ois lloffrnau. A. ,I. Wagner. I'4'rr'ussiof1 John Mneml. .lames Rell. Kenneth Schull. Donald Walralen. lI5Tl Sembr 6745: Sembrs . . . 'Q' 'FS' Senior Class Uffivers Arr: Plvxirlflll ,,...... Sum Butterfield Sf'1'I't'f!IfY-Tf6'llXI1fk'l' ,, Nlary Talm- A 'X RNlYl', john WY. Olin' Kappa Mu lfpsilun. Yel. Clulw. H.-XNZ. Wlelclnu K. Sylvia Nlu Epfilun Wu. Kappa Nlu Epsilon. l'll'CI14'll iflulr. B.'XHNlE'l'T. Ruynm-,ml L. L1'n14'u0r1 BHXIDICR. l,.uc'ille Emporia Alpha Sigma Mplla. xive-pl'esi1le11l. Slgllllil Pi Sigma. presinlenl. Alphalllenian. Physiffal Fltllllillltlll fflulm. llUlIlIllP!'i'P lllllll. BEHNDT. Martllu Kansas City, Kansas -Xlpha Sigma Alpha. treasurer. Alplxathenian, Sunflnwer. assoviale eclilur. Elementary Clulb. BIUMIK, llazel Aflifa Kappa Ylu lfpsilun. f 1 l Sembrs . . . ,ja W9 HUNCZKUWSKI. Kenneth ll. .'llmli.wn Phi Della Chi. BREAZIHR, Luis Linrrolrz, Winnelaska. Pi Gamma Nlu. Sm-ial Science. Spanish. Bulletin Staff, hlnrse llall, treasurer, l". 'l'. fl.. Y W fl A. IHHHNNJXN. lleasie W. Slrnng ffilx' lil l'l"l'lfRl7l l'll.D, lllariuu "Sam" 0I'f'flIl'llliA' Phi Slgilllil lip-ilun. K. lflub presiflenl. Xi Phi. ISYICRS. Nlarxiu lf. Elllllflfill Pi Omega Pi. fl0lIlllll"l'l'6 fllub. IIALHOITN, ,loan Enipnrirl Alpha Sigma Alpha. Spanish lflub. Physir-al l'imhu'aliun Club. BROWN. Peter Nl. lfmpnria Sigma Tau Gamma, ffiunnierr-e Club, Siwial Scienve Club. BUCKLEY. Chester Clyde Sigma Tau Gamma. Symphonic Clmrus, Band. BURNS, Virgil C. Emporia Phi Sigma lfpsihm. Conunerce fflub. fffl RDWICLL. Evelyn Wichila Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alice Freeman Palmer, F. T. A., Young Republicans Club secretary. CARSON, Elmer A. Kansas City, Kam. Collegiate Club. Track. l'fll0A'l'lf. Marion Enzpnriu Alpha Sigiua Alllllil. Home IfIi-umniiii-- fflub. prr-eiilenl. I Inu il Seniors . . . CLAUSEN, I.. M. lflllllllfifl Sigma 'l'au Gamma, F. T. A. COVRSE, William B. Abilene Phi Mu Alpha president, Ori-hestra. Eddie W'ortman':-x Band. CRABB, Arlie Phoenix, Arizona Sigma Sigma Sigma Social Chairman, Pi Gamma Mu, Pan Hellenic Council treasurer, Sigma Pi Sigma, Wllnfs Who, Alice Freeman Palmer. Physical Ed. fllllll. Sunflower Staff, llulletiu Staff. DICK, Warren W. llt. Hopf' Phi Sigma Epsilon, K. ffluh. Commerm-e Club, Nlathemativs Club. DHIKSON, Naomi Aflniira' Winnetabka, Sigma Alpha lota, Nurse Hall Annex. Trelmle fflef lflnh. Sphinx. lJRllM, Carol Eniporiu Alpha Sigma Alpha president. Xi Phi. Kappa Delta Pi. Alpha Theta Rho, Sigma Pi Sigma. UARROW, Wesley HIlfI'hiIlSUII F. T. A., Social Scienee Clulr. DAVIS, Louis K. Salina Lambda Delta Lambda. Kappa Mu Epsilon. Mathematic-s lfluh. St-ience lflulu. DICCKEH, Claudine Calm Pi Kappa. Sigma president, Kappa Delta Pi vice president, Xi Phi, Cilwon Players. Sigma Pi Sigma. Sphnix. l'il7W'ARDS. Lloyd la'n1porirl Phi Delta Chi. flouuneree llluli. ENIERY. Curtis Abilerw psilon, Sovial Science Cluli. . Y. M. if. A.. llistory S Govern- Phi Sigma E Latin Cluln ment Cluh. FISHER, R. ll. Kappa Sigma lfpsilon. Hullr-tin Stall. I'e11 lmtlli' I lfll Seniors . . . FLADGER. ,lean Dentun. Terzzs Sigma Sigma Sigma. Pi Kappa Della. Alive Freeman Palmer, Physirval lid. Club. FORBES, M, M E If UFTZ. Xlirginian t t lffzzlzifrifi Winnetaflgi Kappa Delta l'lii. Pi llalrhpnili lf' kappa Slgnla' P' Lamma MH' mglml Pl Mu F. T. Sm-ial Sf'iPlN'9 Club. Mgnm' W' R' 'T' Bwml- Pllyswul Ed' lilllll' f- -a f- -, - - lllADl"El.'l'ER. Nlary ,lean lfnipnrirz FO5rg,EiR'q??g:LtdIEpfiilun hmpnrm Alpha Sigma Alpha, l'i Gamma Nlu, Sigma l A 4 i ' Pi Sigma, Alphalheniau. Scienre Club. COEBEI.. George feflnmrf' G0l.DSllllTll, William T. ,llvlw-'rn Phi Sigma Epsilon. K. fllub. CR.-XllAM, lislamary Burns Winnelaska. Treble Clef, Symphuniv Kiliorus, Spanish Club. Wesley lfuunclaliun. GRHICS, Virginia . llelplms l'i Kappa Sigma. fllarlrigalians. Omega. I iff, ll Phi Sigma Epsilon. Xi Phi treasurer. Pi Gamma Mu president, F. T. A.. Suvial Sviem-P fflub presiflenl. VH. Club. flllllllw'U0l-J, wi. ff. I,iHHUV1Il'00Il 1511115 Phi Sigma Epsilon, l'i Umega l'i, fiuriiiiiffrmf Club, Student llnunvil xi:-e president. CLll0SS.'lRTH. Karl R. l'.lIIIflHl'ill Mu lfpsilnu Nu. Social Sr'iPu4'1- Club. ll.-XLEY. Marjnl'iv lX7l'IIg'llIlIIl'l1 Sigma Sigma Sigma. Kappa llvlla l'i -uv- relarv. l,lllPQ!,U. Seniors . . . HARCADINE. Leona Al. llllllfllliilll' Winnetaska president, Morse Hall Annex, Xi l'hi, Whois Who, Madrigalians, Sigma l'i Sigma, Sigma Alpha Iota vice president, Sphinx. HEDINGER. Charles M. Canton Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Phi Alu Alpha. De- bate Team. Student Favulty Adjustment Board. HENERY, Yenetta l'fn1por1'a Yvinnetaska, -Alpha 'lllielu Rho president. l". T. A. JAMES. Palrit-ia Sigma Sigma Sigma. ,llllJD, Kenneth H. Madrigalians, Phi Lhorns. lt 'l. A. KELLY, Vinvent Phi Sigma Epsilon. ment Chili. Emporia Alpha Theta Rho. Wellington Mu Alpha. Symphonit' IIOCC. Merle Linroln Phi Sigma Epsilon. Phi Mn Alpha. Sym- phonic Chorus, Symphonic Orvhestra. HOVEY, Lucy Altmrmn! Winnetaska. Home Evonomir- lflnh. JACOB. Wliite A. Rwruling Kappa Delta l'i. Cilaon l'luyf'rQ. Sovial Sviein-e lllnh. , I KERR, Kenneth W. Reeve b1"P"f"' Nln Epsilon Nu. ffommerm- fflnh. Sofia Hiatory and Govern- Svienve fllnh. KIMPLE, Anna Mae Treble Cl:-f, Sphinx. Y. W. ff. A. KNOEPPEL, Paul E. Figtna Tau Gamma, St-ienve fflnh. .pw hm porin 0. 3.5.5 ,um B 'X t r at Q. s , at 3 Q Ir I lfmii :I .Yembrs . . . v 605 - il 'Q ' I.vCRl'iSl.FY. I.:-un R. Ellllfllflill LEROUX. Phyllis D. Preston xx'lillIlPl21Sii21., Murse llall Annex. Sigma Alpha Ima. Kappa Della Pi. Alpha Theta Rho, Omega. Xi Phi. Wim! Wlhn. Sigrna Pi Sigma Sunflower ffurlmmist. fllmrus. Urvheslru. l.lNl7l3l'HC. ffliffuril lf. Usage' ffily Mu Epsilon Nu. lfuininervv lfhlh. XIVD,-XNll'il.. Rivllaril li. Nemlc-'slirl Sigma Tau Czunmu. I'hi Alpina. Syniphonif- flll0l'II4. IAITCIIIFIELD, lfltun Ness Cily Sigima Tau Gamma. Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lunilida Della Lilllllillil. Svicllre filnh. Hallw- niulivs. filnh. LUYIC, Glenn Purlrirlge Mu Epsilon Nu. Sl"l8Ill'P Illuli. Y. M. C. A. LOY. Harold YV. 1.i11r'a111 Sigma Tau Uuinnia Ireamrvr. Radio Cla-N rlbillil. 'Nl4'KlNl.l'lY. Glen AIIIIIIAFP Nlu lfpsilun Nu. ffmninvrf-F-. ' , H M,-X'l'IIl2WS. Noreen Emporia MARHI' l"l"a""r A'l"A""1-V'-V""5' Sigrnu Sigma Signmu, Spanish Clnh presi- f,IIlC"QLil. deul. Ni.-XRTIN. Luville Culyur Sufforrlzfille Alphulhenian. l".'I'. fl.. Sfmiul S4'lf?ll1'P Chili. lNl1XN'l'lN. Waynv Kzrnsuw lfily. Kllnszls lj lfil i Kappa Sigma lfpsilml. DFllUlf' 'l'e-ann. Seniors . . . fX1AllDERl,Y, Allen Cll'IIIl'I1lS Kappa Sigma Ep:-ilon, Xi Phi, Wlnfs Who, Sunflower Editor, lst Semester, Commerce Club. MEEKEH. George ,l. lz'.skri1lgc Phi Delta Chi. Symphonic Choruf president, Symphony Orchestra. MERSMANN, lvo lflfhlllftlltl Mu Epsilon Nu, Xi Phi president, Pi Gamma Mu, Kappa Delta Pi president, Student Facility Adjustment Board. lVho's Wills, Newman Club, Veterans Club. MUTT, Edith M. hilllflllfftl Sigma Sigma Sigma. Kappa llelta Pi. Xi Phi, Pi Kappa Delta, Omega, Uilson Players, W'ho's Who. MOTT, Robert A. LiIIlflUl'li!l Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Student Council presi- dent, Cilson Players. Wlitiis Wlitm. lnter-Frat Council. Nil 'RPHY. Nlaureue Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pan llellenic Council, Alphathenian. Sigma Pi Sigma. Social Science Club, Young Republicans Club. MILLER. Maxine Spark". Primary Kindergarten Club. l". 'l'. .-X. MORRIS, Alvin E. Allen, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Kappa illu Epsilon, Xi Phi, Student Fa1'lllly Adjustment Board, So- cial Science Club, Mathematics Cluh, Vet. Club. MORSE, Ralph Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Student Council, Y. M. C. A.. French Club. MURRAY. Polly Hrzlslcrul Alpha Sigma Alpha. Physical Ed. Club. MYERS, Sylvia Augusta Winnetaska. Morse llall president. F. T. A.. Newman Club. Social Science Club, Primary Kindergarten Club, Alice Freeman Palmer. NAU.. Carl K. .lolmsolt Xiu Epsilon Nu, Xi Phi, let. Club. Kappa Delta Pi. Social Science Club, l". T. A. ya li limo il Sembrs I 0 U NEWBERRY, Guy F. NICKELS, llelen Jane Neuzlexhzl Winfield Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Alpha lota editor. Kappa Delta Pi. lN0l.ANU. Betty ,lean Uuflgc ffily Winnetaska trcasurcr, Morse llall Annex, Alive lfrerman Palmer, Elementary lllulm Pi president. I". T. A., Kappa Delta PETERS. W. ll. Sigma Tau Gamma. Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lamhrla D'-lta lamhtla matics Club. PETEHSEN. Patreua l.. Delta, Sigma Epsilon. Club. l5l"AllTZ. Allrlisoll Phi Mn Alpha. 0'IJl'lA. .l. liaxiil lfllswurlh Newman Clulr. PARH.-XM. Baker Elnpuria Social Science. PEERY. Kenneth E. Iimpuritz Sigma Tau Gamma, Kappa Mu Epsilon. lim pnriu Science Cluh. Mathe- H - , V Pllll.lPS. Nlorttm Urla 011111411 Sphinx- Coilggiiifig I-'.'1'. A.. Social Science llluln. Science Club. PIIIPPS. Walter H. Iillllltiflvll Emlwriu Phi Sigma Epsilon, Xi Phi. E. T. A.. Social Science Club, Vet. Cluh. Young Rcpuhlicans Club. PRICE, Dorothy Seneca Alpha Sigma Tau. Sigma Pi Sigma. Alpha- thenian. Liam Seniors . . . HEES. Anna Belle lluriun Winnelafka. Kappa Della l'i, Univga. HEES, Mary Alice Jlluriun W' K' ' DI' I". U vga , , lnnmds d dppd em I HI d RICE. l-'luytl lzmpuruz v V Q I H Ctnnmerce Club vice president. Yet. Club. KEVIIIE. lfraneis ,I. Kansas Lily, Kansas S 'kfs B '.K' 'DCI' I". Ped 6' "md" dw" 'd ' 1ut:nARn5, Elizabeth Empufm Delta Sigma Epsilon. Pan Hellenic Council president. Kappa Delta Pi. Pi Gamma Mu. Splmix. Home Economies Club, Social Science Club. RINDOM. Gail Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma. Xi Phi. ROBINSON. Anne Abilene Winnetaska, Xi Phi. Student Council. Pi Gamma Mu, Kappa Delta Pi. Morse Hall Annex. Splash Club. Elementary Club, Sigma Pi Sigma. Wh0's Who. F. T. A., Omega. ROBINSON. Davitl lfsfrrirlge Phi Delta Chi. K. Club. SAUDER, Ilarriet Enipariu Sigma Sigma Sigma. Alphathenian. SCALES. William C. Grirlley Phi Sigma Epsilon, K. Club. SCIIULES, George l..' Hraclzlyvillu, Iowa Phi Sigma Epsilon. I Olivet SELIG. Leunartl W. K. Club. IIOYI Qi Seniors . . . I W V , ,,,.' 12' K QI gy K A 'IEE' Q. iii! ..,i i 15 .ff wifi. in i . A SHLVY, Grace Burns Winnetaska. Sphinx. Symphonic Chorus, Symphony Orchestra. SPIYERNS. Euuive Rfl'hIfl!llll1 , , , . , Della Sigma Epsilon, lilcmeulary Club, Sllllglt' hilllwml il' I. .I 'ly ugihelli S I- A. V , . Cl I. Hppa . Igllllu 'ilJ1wI0ll :wlf1'l'l' il' , .005 linux' Ll H, Svieiwe lflulv, Sports Editor for The llullellu I Q I and Sunflower. TalllluLlJF. lvau .l. l,111rul1::r1'flc Yrl. liluli prcsimlcul. . Slxililll. Carl Ii. Irrmg SNYDICH, lleleu 1. Iillllfltlfill Xi Phi, Kappa Delta l'i. l'i Gamma Mu, Speaker Bureau, Social Science Clulr, Spau- ish Club. SNYDER, Norma Jean l2'Ill1j0I'fll Pi Gamma Mu. Kappa Delta Pi, Omega, Spanish Club, Social Science Clull. SUDPIRSTHUM. Auelha Huisingtun Sigma Sigma Sigma, ifonuueruc Clulr. NPILLI ww. N131-mi. 1f1.1.f,,i-,ifziwi bl'-MH. film-ii-.. i.. pm, l'i Kappa Sig: '. 'M '1'Aisr3R, Mary L. Jllayvlm Sigma Pi Sigma, Physical lid. filuh presi- flent, Bowling Clulm, W. R. A. Board, Secretary of Senior Class. TALLADY, Burrell C. llurveyvilla F. T. A. oil dl embrs . . . lAYl,UH. l'll'Lllll'lh ll. lflmpniun Phi Sigma lipsilon prvsiilenl. llll6I'-i'll'i1l. Council. Xi Phi, llnsinee-s iu2lIlL!1Lt'l' linllvlin. HOMAS, Leo li. l'rall i Kappa Sigma Epsilon. 'l'RAll'1'MAhlI. Doifalel IC. IV 14 xl 1513 .igina an yamma. 1 ,annna . ll, 1 lRliNN0l'0lIl,. Ilarlan J, 1f',,f,-,ffm O"mga 'ii' S"a"l'l' mul" Mu Epsilon Nu. Pi Cannna Nlu. Xi Phi. Stu- 4 V dent Council, l7.'l'.A.. Social Science Chili. VANAAIII1- Mary IWUUUCN UHYIIW Yet. Chili. TC WSIYH- YLCEK, Velma Hnlyroful Alpha Sigma Tan president. Pan Hellenic Council. Sigma Pi Sigma. Alice Freeman Palmer, Commerce Clnlw. NY.MlNl'lli. N. J. I:1'lIIIfllQfUII l Phi Mu Alpha. Symphonic Cliorns. Syna- phony Orulnistra, Banml. WUUTUN. Javk C. If irlzilu XVHITE. Ch .1 0- .l, C' , Sigma Tan Cannna. Pi Gamma Mu. Inter- Newlnalaufiiili Elementary tllubmlul My Frat Council. F. T. A.. Social Science Clnlr. Y i C i Clnh. XVHITE. Marion E. St. John , Y , , Spanish Chill. Social Sl'l8I10C Chili. LIMMILRMAN' Dumllly m'r"""5f' ' Winnelaska, Sigma Alpha Iota. F. T. A.. Band. Trehle Clef. Symphonic c,illUl'Il14, Span- ish Club. Orchestra. BROWN, Anna Tlljlffitl Winnclaslxa. Pi Unn'g,a l'i. Unicga. Coin- incrco Lllulm. 1 L lm 1 Jumbr C7455 Juniors The' Junior Claw uI'ficc1'r i:ll'l'?Z .l UY BRA N SON. SCt'I'l'f1IfHV-If!'!lSllVl'f DOHOTIIY RICICIIAHIYI' V1'r'4'-PlvsirlvlzI KATIILEEN FOX l'rc'si1lf'11t .XlJ.'XMH. Sam Fllillilill Linh. qXliS'l'lN. Yvarrexi Phi Della Chi. BARN ICS, Clnria Sigma Alpha flllIlI'llS. Urclws C9 lfnz pnriu NCWIIIZIII fflulr, Scivnue Chili. Phi Xiu Alpha Iota. Umvga. tla. Nlailrigaliana Svrlun lil Dnrrnlo Symphonic XY ES. .l Miner Sigmia Tau Gamma B'XNSlNlQl'Ili. Marion llvmv I'.ClI!lHllllL': Llulr. MA' fini ,i A U My M Hamilton, Em puria Hl'iL'l'lNll, Jeanne limpuriu Vice president Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. Cnnunerce Club. BHANSUN. Joy lulrz Secretary Alpha Sigma Tau. Secretary- lreasurer Junior llless, Vice president, Cum- mercf' Chili. Alphalhenian treafurer. seurv- tary Wmiicifs Recreational Ahwcialimi. Jambrs . . . llHl'iXfllfH. lflilllll lf. L1'll1'11l11 l'l1i Slgllllil lfpfilxm. l.a111l11lz.1 llvlla Lkllllllllil. IHQICNNIHR. 'Mina Mar' l,lIIll'l'I' 51'ii'111'P llluln. HIKINKNIXN. lllnria l1.llIlHlI'Il1I llvlta Signia Epsilon. ,Nlplia 'l'l1ela film, Spanish fllllll. lil Sll. lllliilll' A. lL'11111u1'i11 Xii-9 p1'e1si1l1v11l l'l1i ll:-lla fflli. SllHlf'lll Bl 'I'l,liR. l,1111is WV. L'11r1'A'11 Sigma Tau til-lllllllii. liYl'fH. C8119 lL'11s11'ur!l1 l,l'PSlllClll Kappa Sigma lfpfilnii. Ifllilur "'l'l10 B11lle'li11.'A Slllllfxlll Faviilly ,'Xfl.lllSllIlf'Ill llnarrl. l'i Kappa U1-lla Pi, Wlnfs Wliiv i11 xlIlf'lAll'iIll llullcges illlll ll11iw1'siIi1-1-. ifliANlJ.'Xl.I,. 4ilIlll'll'h fluff kappa Sigina lipsilml. IIH XWl"0Rll. .lime I:'l11p111'i11 Slgllllil Sigma Sigma, filllllf1lPl'L'l' lllulm. II0NlKl.lN, lllil lmu Elllfiflffll 'Xlplia Sigmia 'Xlpl1a. Sigma Pi Siggiua. Alpha- ll1e11ia11. ll11I11lI1Effl'P lllulm. Illztllxlili. lria fallllllllfif XYi1111v1aslxa1. l'ilQiIIll'lllill'j' llluli. lJl'lli,'XlilNllllll'i. Lllllihi' fillll'l1l'l, lIHUl.lf'l"l', llurix ,lca11111- Sulwlliu live- presiili-11l Wi11111-Iaaka. Nliw- l"I'Cl'lllilll Y Y IQJNNIUN. l'l1liIl1 Allll Lllkfllr I'flSlCNl3gUfll. .Inf-. Jr. LIIIISUIIU Nil-P prvaidvrii Kappa slgllllil lillillllll, S z - V 1? iwli Club. 'vi' ":. I, li" Fl.l.lU'I"I'. lll'llI'y Y. f2'11r1'A'11 ' vini .V .:' Xlu Epailn-11 Nu. fiwwial St'lClli'l' liluli. Sl'l8lll'f' V H lilllll. Blillllf'Illb1lll'H fllllll. i 'ff I'VXIINHXi1ll. llarl ll.. ,l1'. JlV!ll'lIII'l' Sigma lilll Qrilllllllll. Nwial 5l'l0lltTS filllll. Kappa lxlll l'1p.sil4111. Nlall1en1ali1-5 Club. lf'XNliS'I'lL. Nlarjnrie Elllllllfllll Sig1111:1 Sigma Slgllllil. Sy111pl11111i1' C:lllPl'llS, iXl2lllI'lgklllllIlS. l"l'Nl.lfY. tllTlll"X2l l. Buffalo li11IIllI1EI'l'lLll Club. I". 'lf AX. 11731 54512 KQQ4 Juniors . . . FOX. K3llllffCIl Ulpv Wi1111ct11flia. Yi l'l1i. Kappa llrllu Pi. l'l1yQi- vul Elllltilllllll Cl11l1. pr:--iclf-111 W11111n-111 HN-- 1'r'a1i1111 'hx111'iL1li1111. Slllilrll lvlllll. lllljllllllll' lIl11l1, flIlli"QLl. p1'1-Hi1le11I 4lIIlll1ll' 4Il11--s, llnwll ing: fllllll. UlilS'l', lfllllilllfflll l2'11r1'L'11 Nlpha Sigma vllllll. l". T, K.. l'll1,'IIl!'IllLll'y Club, Band. lLI.1XIJl"EI.'l'l-fR. Hulwrl Elllflllffll Sigrna ,llklll flllITlIll2l. llillllllllil Della l,a111l11lu. Kappa Nlu l'IpQil1111. Sl'lPIlI'!' ffl11l1. Nlullw- III2lllI'S lllllll. GOOD. N111'111a111 ll11111ill1111 Wo-ley l"1111111l11ti1111. Syllllllltlllll' iIl1111'11-. Sllll' flower. llRll"l"lTll. Rlllll lfslrfr llllllflllflrfl gllplla Slgllllil Tau. S1-ie111'11 fjlllll. Xlivs I"1'Pf'- 1111111 Palmer. CHISSUM. EIIQCIIK? lf. lL'111l111rfr1 Pl11 Dvllu illli. Plli xlrll 'XlI1ll.l. ll -XRHISON. Axllll l',qll!'4'L'1l Alpha Slgllllil Alplm if'l'l'l'l2lI'V. Sigma Pi Sigxxua. llpl111Il1e11i1111. lllblll? lf1'11111111111'- lflulw. HARRISON. Uenrgc lfl1111111'1'11 X.NI.l.. X.. N11'1al S1'11'111':- l.l11l1. 11111111 lla-111411'ruIs. llULl.lWCSXYOH'l'll. l.P1lll lIr11li,w11 Siguna Illilll llilllllllil. Ill Blflil. l.11I1 llflfslrvlrf Alpha 5ig:111u Tau. 54'-if-111-rw fllllll. ,l'U,QC.XRD, Hmrlwrl lf. lHqlII1lIll'l'll Pl1i Della Clli JONES. Allmw Ulpf' Pi Kappa glgllllii ll.'Xl.,l.. llll2ll'l1'?S P. f4l1il1'11r' Pl1i Della Chi. Pl1i Nlu Xlllllll. Hllllll. U1'1-l11-,-- tra. Sy111pl1111111- 1fl1111'114. ll XWLICY, Xirgril l.r'P l:'111p111'1'11 Kappa Nlll l'lpfilu11. Nlz1Il11-11111114-s lllllll. IIUFIVXIXYN. Nlurir-l lL111p111'1'r1 Wi1111eIa1Qlxz1. II111111- IC1-11111 111i1-- fllllll. IIUIJIIQF. ll1lI4Z14'l'. .lr. Cfllfllfll blglllil I1111 lnllllllllil. Nlilllilglllgi l',1l1I111' ll1- B11lle'li11." Spzmish l1l11l1. -H111-l11:y N.NI.1I,X. RARNICS, l'lI'1lllli l... jr. Ill'-"flll'UllL' Plll 5lQilIli1 l'.fbrIl4lll. Ill'1'Nlll!'lll ,Xlplm lllll 01111-ga: lJl'iihl4lf'lll X IIIIIIQL ll:-111111'1':1li1' lllulr. liNU'l"l'5. Hlllll l'.'1111'L':1 Pi lxuppu Signm. Sigma Pi f'4ign111z1. Juniors . . . KVHLMANN, Laura Mae Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, presi- dent Alice Freeman Palmer Society. Com- merre Club. Newman Club. LANE. John D. Linroln Phi Sigma Epsilon. LANG, Lowell Iz'mpnr1'u Kappa Sigma Epeilon, Pi Kappa Delta, De- bate Club. LARSON, Charles B. lfnzporiu Sigma Tau Gamma LEWIS, Albert RPFI'f' Mu Eusilou Nu. LENZ. Treva .4ugusm LEWIS, Leila Emporia President Sigma Sigma Sigma. Xi Phi, Sevre- tary-treasurer Student Count-il, Panhellenic- Council, Who's Who, History and Govern ment Club. LEWIS, R. N. Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Kappa Mu Epsilon, Social Science Club. S.ff.A. LINDSAY. Rhea .lean Emporia LONNBERG, Charles Mitchell Jetnmrr' Sigma Tau Gamma, Phi Mu Alpha, Y.lNl.C.A.. Wesley Foundation. LUSK, Perry S. Olive! Sigma Tau Gamma, Phi Mu Alpha. Student Council, Symphonic Chorus. LYBARGER, Esther Ash llrnve, ,llissourr Winnetaska, Sigma Alpha lola. Symphonia Chorus. LYON, Edwin G. LJIITPAYI NUANTEE, Eugene E. Rffllllllzi' Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commen-e Club. MMILENNY. Dan C. lillllllllffll Sigma Tau Gamma Nl1'CULL0UGll. Edith Olpe' Wirlnetaska. Elementary Club, Rowling Club, Vet. Cluh. MPGUIRE, Harvey C. W'ir'l1ft11 Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerve Club. MvVAY, Lyle L. lfunlon Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha. nh' Va? Juniors Ma0l.ASKl'lY. Wallz14'e XlAl.l.ARY. Nlilclreil Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sphinx. Urirllfjv Em porin Nl.-XST. Elsie lll'lj,1f'fSOII Willnelaska. Symphnnim- flll0l'IIS. 'llrelule fflef. MENZIE. Rulmert lfugene Srrantun Mu lihilon Nu treasurer Pi 0lllF"8 Pi. , :- preslclenl Lornmerve fllllll, Social Science Llnla, Vet. Chili. Nlll.l'lS, Leon H. lillll porin Sigma Tau Gamma. lambda Delta Lamlnla. Kappa Nlu lfpsiloll. Svienve lflulw. Nlatlle- matirw filulr. Sunflower Staff. Nlll.l.l'.R. .lamea li. MILSAP. Galen Kappa Sigma lfpsilon NIOBLEY, Jnyce Snfin II Em porin Czllflllfll Della Sigma Epsilon, Xi Phi, Sphinx. Sigma Pi Sigma. W. R. A. Board. Phvsical Eml. Club, Hhythmir' ffirvle. Clleel'-leader. NTOEITKEL. Yaletta J. Syl:-in Alpha Sigma Tan. Alive Freeman Palmer. Pan H4-lleniv Cmlnvil. Smwial S4"ien4'e fllnlm. NlOOREHlf:XlJ. Hnsalie lfllflfflfllll Winnetaska. Spanish lflnll. NEADERlllSEH, George Rnnalil Solonmn Phi Della Chi. Phi Nln Alpha. NELSON. Wallace A. S60I'f?ldl'y Xln lfpsilun Nil. NEYICR, Len J. V Newman fflulu. NPI. fflnlm. NOTSON, liaymnnil Phi Della Chi. 0'DONNEl.l.. .lim Phi Delta Chi. 0'Nl,'XRA. Patrif-k Fm pnriu IIIIIVII-U11 ffily lLlIII porin ffm pnrizl Elllllllfill Kappa Sigma llpsilun. vice president Pi Kappa Della. Sm-ial S1-ienve Clnh. OPSLEY. Hulbert li. Hixtrlzirisnri Kappa Sigma lfpsilun. Vive prexinlenl Phi Mu Alpha, Synlplmnii' lllnurllf. Spanish iflulr. 0YlCHll0l.'I'. Durnlliy ffm parm Alpha Sigma Tau, Pi Uinega Pi. lfmninrwm-we Lluh. Sigma Pi 5l'5!lllli. .XlphaIllenian. Juniors ' I U UYl'iHHOl,'l'. Harry Emporia flllII'llllK'l'l'P Clnh. Sur-ial Svifiiirz- Chill, Vet. Chill. PJXCFI, lfula Ilwiglil Winnvlaska, Sphinx. W. Y. C. A.. ff. A.. Urclwslrai Symplmnif- illimiis. Sigma Pi Sigma. wive prvwidenl Wesley Foumlaliun. Pl lfIKE'l"l'. Ruth Purtrirlgf' Alpha Sigma Tan. Spanish Chili. Cuinlnerve tlluh, .'Klphathf-nian. RICESEH. Wilhur Oliver Phi Del Vhi K Vluh N X 'I' B ,ta . , fill-Anmrivan Bagke i Ihall. lZl'fHIl'l:XlilYl'. Durnlliy l. Ixiinsleii' Winnelaska. viva presiilffnt ,luniur Llaes. Alivc' l'l!'UEII1Llll Palmer, Snvial Svivnre. Hlfllil. Anila Tnpvlfrl Winnelaska. Sigma Pi Sigllllll, Rhythmic' flirvle, Omega. Spaniwh flhlh. iIl'llCLE, Roy W., .lr. Fmpurirl Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Mft. Chili. Collcgiati? Yunngr Repuhlivans Chili. lillfll. l,cunarfl F. Ifmpnrirl President Sigma Tau Cilliilllll. prvsiclenl liilel'-Fraleriiily llnnm-il. HHIIIARUS, 111111510113 Flnpnria Sigma Sigma Sigma. Alivr- l"rf'f'inan PahnPr. Y. W. II. A. NIIIIIARIDS. Mary if. Pi Kappa Delta. Ka Sf'i8IH'0 lllnh, RIIICS. Frank Dchnar HINCWAID. Lillian B. Winnelaska. Spanisi ROBINSON, Belly june ppa Xiu Fipailnn, i Chili. Em pnria Sph i nx. Em mrifl I f?ur'Hi11 Flnrvnrf' Pi Kappa Sigma. Alive! Freeinan Palmer. fl0IHlIlCl'l'B Chili. RUBISON. .loan flfifllfiv President Delta Sigma lfpwilun. Sphinx. Pull llellvniu. Ciillegiate. Yuungl Repuhlim-an liluh. Sunflower Staff. ROGERS, Mary .lean IQSIYIIIUIPSII Winnelaslxa. Wesley Plulllltlllliwll. QP1'rvtaI'y Nlallwlnaliw Cfluln. RUSS. Huhlnie Pnrlrialgr' Alpha Sigma Tau. Eleincnlary filnh. Alpina- lhenian. W. H. A.. Splash Chili. HUWI.-XNDS. Margaret Lllllllllffll Sigma Alpha Iula. Winnelaska. Kappa Delta Pi, Alive i'll't'HlIl21ll Palmer. Y. W. ll. MX.. Synlphnnir' lfliorna. lfnlnrv 'livavlwrs nf .XlIlf'Iiil'il. SJXl"FEi.S. llalff li. llnlinr Phi Sigma i'.Il4Il0ll. 55 n ' 'Q aa 'E 'V Qi . I i l -J . . Juniors . . . SCUTT. I-ld ffl llHl'IlIl.l l'lii Sigma Epsilon. pri'-iilenl l". 'l'. A. SfIOrl"l'. Marjorie lflllflllllll Winnelaslxa. Wrwlfy l"onn1lalion. Sll.'KRl'. ,lavls ll. l'.llII1PlJI'iII l'hi Della llhi. xl3llll"lIl1illf'4 lilnli. SHORT, Bill Sfntrfz PllI.iIl.9, Nell' fersnw Phi Sigma Epsilon. K. flhilm. SPATZ. DeWayne lfllzprirm Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Slmlenl fIoum'il. Sorial Sc-ienf-P. SURENSON, Helly Snfunlon Alpha Sigma fllpha. Sigma l'i Sigma. Sigmi Alpha lola. S'l'EAl'l, Marjorie .l. l!ingnmn Alpha Sigma Tau. llHlIllll?I'!'t' Chili. -en-ri-A tary Trehle Clel. STEVENS, Nlary Evelyn lfrir Winnelaska. S'lllNSON. Dale B.. ,lr. lfllzporiii Kappa Sigma Ep-Lilon. Niatln-inaliw lllulv. 'IEICIICRAI-lBER. ,lean lfmporiu Alpha Sigma Alpha. Sigma l'i Sigma. Sphinx. Pllysim-al Ed. lilnli, Hhyllnnim' fIiri'lv. Bowling lflnh. TIIRESHER. Crave llllllllllfl-Il Sigma Sigma Sigma. Prirnary Kimi:-rgarlc-n Cluh. Y. W. C, A.. Wesley lfounclalion. l1'l'TlNC, Mary ,lo ilIl1l'lilIll Wiililelaska, Pi Omega Pi. flornnierve Chili. Omega. Wesley Founilaiion. Sigma l'i Sigma. YUESTE, Rosemary Olpf' Della Sigma Epailon. llHI11IUI'2'l'P ffhih. New man flhih. WELSH. ,lean IXUIIIISHS lfifl. lxunxn: Pi Kappa Sigma. l'i Kappa Ill-lla. lihyllnniv Circle, Sphinx. llilaon Plays-rs. W lLlIl'l'E. Marie llllllflllfliil Della Sigma Epwilon. l'hysi1'al Erl. lilulm. WlllTE. Nanelte lu'l11por1'1l Alpha Sigma Alpha. Kappa Ili-lla l'i. Signu Pi Sigma. treasurer Sphinx. Newman llluh. XY lll'l'l.OW. Niargaret Llfflllllllllli Winnelaaka, vice president Y. W. li. N.. ww- relary-treasnrer Wesley lfonmlalion. Mil-- Erecman Palmer. ffoznnwr:-e lfluh. WILEY. Nr-ill ffwlllfill l'hi Sigma Epiilon. lfoinrneriw- lfhalr. Sopfzomore dass The Sophia lll1il'P Claw- Oi fivvrf are: PAT FORU Sf'r'relr1ri'- TH'IlSIll'f'I' I I ARLAN WOLF PfPSl.ll't'7lf JOAN BLOCK 'riff' lJI'f'Sf1ll'Ilf FN. i'il'1Illf'P4 ULPIIIN. Guy Ni. Kappa Sigma HpQil4m Ifirifivlfl fifhllghlll XMES. Freda Enzporiu Secretary Pi Kappa Sigma. Omega. Elemen- lary ffluli. ANUERSON. Marcia JH f.'Hlf1li'lIft'f Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. Rhyliinliv ffirvie. Physivai Keiiivzilisiii ffiuir. XSIUCW. Kiwziliri l'fu1p1w'1r1 Pi Kappa Siggnm. H'Xll.I-XY. i.uurr-m-0 l'. lfllylmym Phi Sigllllil lipfilon. i 1701 Sopfzomores . . . RAIRD. l,elancl Max Sedan Phi lllla Chi. Sovial Scimwe ffluh. RAKER, Oueta Carrier: City' Sigma Sigma Sigma. Collegian- Young Rf-- publican Club, Cuniiiien-e fllulx. RAR:XN05Kl. Theodore A. Sroirh Plains. N. J. Phi Sigma Epsilon. K. BARNES. Ray D. Phi Mu Alpha. Rand. Rl'lAl'flllANllj. Beth Winnelaska. Y. Wi. fi. BENSON. William J. Llulr. Em porin Joh nson Em porin Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Kappa Mu Epwilon. xl3ilIL'IHLlllI'4 Club. RERRY. Allhva l3l.AlR. George A rgon ia Hom e wrmzl Mu Epsilon Nu, Malliernalics Club. Social SCl6lll'P Club. Physical Scienve Club. VH. llluh. Y. NLC. A.. Wesley Foundation. BLOCK. Joan Preston Winnf-laska. Comrnerve ffluh. Omega. Or- vhestra. 0 BOWMAN, Catherine Wiz-hilu BOYLE, Dale .llrffiuw RROSF-EAl . Ray E. Nerf' York. New Ynrlf RITCK, Chai-leg R. Fmporiu Kappa Sigma Epsilon. BIWMGARDNER, William Emlmrm Kappa Sigma Epsilon CARPENTER. Evelyn llrzrlfsiwillf- CARSON. N1 vi'i na .leane llumilmn IIHATEL.-XIN. Elvin Emporia Kappa Nlu Eplilon. Svienm-P fifluh. IIIARK. Mary Alpha Sigma Alpha. ITlC'I'l'f' Clulr. Nl2llllPfI1lillf'i Clulm. Em porin Alphallwnian. flulll- lR0 Sfis Sophomore: CLOTHIER. Vida Hlll!'hiIlS!lll I Winnetaska. Alive Freeman lalmer. F. 'l'. A.. Elementary Club. COBB. Henry R.. .lr. Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega. COLCLAZIER, Patricia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Elementary Club. CUMAN, ltvne Sl. .folirt Sigma, limpurin Sigma Sigma Sigma. Cmnmerce Club. Alim- Freeman Palmer. CRAWFORD. William C. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. CULVER. Alice Winnetaska. Elementary Club. . Berkeley, Calif Lyrizlun F 'I' A DAVEY. Homer C. lfnzpnrirl Phi Delta Chi. DECKER, Cleda finrldarfl DEERINC. Alfretl Cotmnwoml Fnfls Phi Delta Chi DRUM. ,lane lfmpnrin Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma. Omega. DYCK. Doris Hzlttrtrfrirlgyf' Winnetaska. EDMISSON. Mona ,lnhnsalt Yvinnetaska. Umega. Symphonit' Cliuriis. EDWARDS. Bruce Phi Delta Chi. Kappa Mu Epailon. Club. Mathematics Club. EDWARDS. Merle J. Phi Sigma Epsilon. K. Club. ELLIS. .luanita ENDERS. Patil Mu Epsilon Nu. Science Club. l 4-H Club. ETHRIDGE. Barbara Sigma Sigma Sigma. EVANS, Adelia Emporia Scienve Burton ffm porin I "nu Q iolleglalf' lfmporirl Dighron Pi Kappa Sigma. Commerce Club, Omega. Sopbomores . . . I'-ISCIIEH. Willrur A. Huflsun FORD. Patricia .lean llvlllflllffll Alpha Slgllllil Alplla. Sphinx. Sigunu Pi Sigma. FH Xfllili. Kline- SUIIIIII wiillllfflllbkd. Slifllll Sl'llTllI'l'. Y. W. lf. A.. Wewlvy lxliilllllillilbll. 1-KXXIEH. lfmlitll ,lm ljnpvlullrl Mice lfreemun Palmer. l7HlflJl'fRlCIKS0N. Peggv hlllllltlfill .illpllalllc-'11iar1. CUIIIIIIBIXTET lilulm. FHIQVCII. Canclzu-P IKVIIIZSUS Cin Winlwlufka. Physii-al Iilllllillillll fflulm. Smi- vial Svivrivv llluli. Wesley lfuumlalion. CXIIHIQHHN. lfarl lillllllllflil Sigma Tau fiillllllld fl,Xl.IA'l'IN. Juv Elllllllflill l'l1i Della lllii. U,-Xli'l'ON. Lee D. Nurtnn l'l1i Xlu xlllllil. ll,-X5lxlLl.. lfselyn ,lln.v'uu' Hand. MXN. villllllfl livllljllllltl Sigma Fignna Sljllllii. l2lCliliU'l'II. Nlilalrcvl A. Cnllvgv I'ni11l. N. l". UIBSUN. lfxan W. f1n11'rl1u.x Nlu Epsilon Nu. GTX ENS. Dick .Ut Hopf' l'l1i Sigma lfpsilml. lx. Clulm. IZLEIIIHNI KN. Kathleen llurpvr XXllllIlE'lilSlxE-l. flllleglll l.ilcrury Siwiely. Sigma l'i Slulllil Z. . CUHIJUN. Cllarlf- Sl'IIUL'll Plii Sigma lfpsiloii. 11055. Wiilliuin lf, SI. John Phi Sigma lfpfilmm. GREGORY. HlK'llill'1l IAVUIIS Liazj Mwma, l l"'5 l Sophomore: . . . CHUH. llumlliy Lilllllflllll Newman illuh. ll.'XllNl'f. Frml Ulln' l'hi Sigma lip-iluu. IIKNSUN. Bmlllin' ,lcwvll Srzffulifzillv lIgXliG.XlJlNl'l. Alive- lxinxfvx Winnelaska. Syniplnnlir lillllfllk. ll'XRNDlfN. Beverly ,lean lIf'l!lf'lI1L' Lmlgr' Alpha Sigma Tau. vice president W. ILA.. Physical lfrl. Cfluh. Alive Frf'eman Palmer. Sigma Pi Sigma. ll-XHRIS. l'wlUl'fFl1kl llunlnp lilee iflulr. lIAliHlSON. l"u1'1'efl Vi. u41lI't'I'lvl'. Un. llAH'l'ENBOVVl'fR. Really L90 Yeuxfirn Rnpirls Alpha Sigma Xlplia. Xlphatlienian. Umi- merve Cluh. IIASKELI.. Ralph Iiillljlllfill IIAWKINS. Nlary lflrrfiflzl Winuvlaslxa. lfinixirxlvrve llluh. lll11l'l'l'Y. luis lhlllfl'-W' Fzlflx Yicff 1'll2llI'IllG:lll llullvgiale- Young R?lJIlllllt'2lIl Llulr. IIICIAILPIY. lriw lluzvllnn Wine-taflxa. l'ili'illt'lllLll'j fllllll. l". l. N.. Oiuegga. ll0l'lFfNl'NN. Luis lfzwu' Della Sigma lipsilmi. Sigma Xlpha lnlii. HOOPER. Eflwiu F. liskriflgf' Social Scieanfte filulr. llOH'l'U'Y. Nina hlllljlllllxll IRWIN. Jame- Xl. .lmxlzu lfupfzls Sigma Tau Gamma. J.-UIUB. Xlarshall l.. Rmflirzg Mu lfpsilnn Nu. JONES, Hubert E. Lillljlllfill Sigma Tau Gamma. llllIHIIlE!'1'f' llluh. Fuvial Sl'l6ll4'9 lllulm. Gulf 'l'Ham. So fzomores Jl HLIN. Deane Kappa Sigma lfpsilun. Travk. KNVXPP. Tlierr-sa KllXlPl.l'I. :Mlolpli .l. Yet. Chili. Y.fXl.I1. A. KNO'l"l'S. liflliur J lilllljlllfffl W'fIl,fI.L'l1I Li'u11.5 I',lIll'f'li'!l Ii Kappa Sigma. Phyfii-al El. llluli. Sphinx. Sigma Pi Sigma. KNUI SIC. Norma jean Em porin Pi Kappa Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma, Rhythmic Cirvle. Splash Club. Physival Efl. Chili. KNOEPPEL. Betty Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. lfumnwrve Chili, Sigma Pi Sigma. Clieerleailcr, llramativs. Hailiu f,.laffrmn1i. lxUWAl.SKl. .lavk lim puriu Phi Della Chi. liflitor ul 'l'hP Sunlluwer wi-niul seiiiesler. Rl TNINK, Marjorie- Em porin Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. .-Xlpliathenian. iilDIHI1lPl'LTE Cluh. l. XKIC. llmmnlliy SllffUl'll1'fHl' Wm-ali-'yall Fniiiiilaliun. LXNI-1Y, Yelnia 11111111 Sigma Mplia lula, Sphinx. Winnclaska. Synipliunii' ffliuiwis. llanil. Uri-lieytiha. INN BUPHN. llelvn H. lil Unrrlzlu Wiiiiwtaslxzi. l.l'Il'i. Marilyn !.'11n1lu'i1lgf' Sigma Alpha lula. lfrmivli Chili. IJQNIGAN. Ruherl li. l'iIt51111rgh I'c'1ui. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Phi Mn Alpha. l ICWIS. .luanne ffl'U6l1S1Illfg Pi Kappa Sigma. Sphinx. IICWIS, Nurina Swlun Sigma Sigma Sigma. Trelile Llcl. l.llLGE'l"I'. Earl R. Linwrlln Phi Sigma Epsilon. l.l'l'fllll"ll'Il.lJ. Glen lf. Ness City Sigma Tau Sigma. I.l'I'CIHl-'lEI.lJ. Hereflitll ll. L,i'uns Phi Sigma Epsilmi. . fl85j So fzomores . . . Mt:ANARNEY, James A. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Democrat Club. Mt:N EILI., Ethel Alice Rearling Newman Club, Young SJVFIIFIISC Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Alpha lota, Treble Clef, Symphonic Chorus. Mt'QUlN. Robert I.. Chzmule Kappa Sigma Epsilon. MAGOUIRK, ,lerean Cillillrron Pi Kappa Sigma. Women! Recreation As- sociation. Collegiate Young Republican Club, Home Economics Club, Bowling Club secre- l8I'y-lI'C3SIlI'CI'. ll Quinry, Illinois MALAMBRI, Frank A.. , '. Phi Mu Alpha. MANNEN, Dixie Lee MARTIN. Stanley O. MASON, Etta Mae MATHEWS, John Mu Epsilon Nu. MA YES, Melva D. Buffalo Harljorrl Buffalu Emporia lladisulz Della Sigima Epailon. Sphinx. Social Scirrm: Club. Sigma Pi Sigma. Nl A XWICLL, Jacqueline lim poria Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Vet. Club. MEI ERH UFF. .lefbie 1. Clements Winnetaslxa, Commerce Club. MERILATT. Nadine Winnetaska, Omega, MILLER. Gerald Sigma Tau Gamma. phonic Chorus. MOORE. Virginia llurhanz Home Economics Club. 118111171111 Phi Mu Alpha. Sym- Topeka Alpha Sigma Alpha. Alpha Theta Rho, Sigma Pi Sigma. Alphathcnian. History and Government Club. M l l LSOW, Neva Alpha Sigma Alpha. merce Club. MI 'RRAY, Larry Phi Sigma Epsilon. NICKOLAS. Alberta Alpha Sigma Tau. Commerce Club. l'fatt's Center Sigma Pi Sigma. Com- Orzmgv, Texas Emporia Alphathcnian. Band. Sopfzomores . . . USHUHN. Urorgp llilllllilffll USIEUHN. Wuyiiv L'111l1o1'111 XI. Nl. ll, A.. fl17IlllIlCI'l't' llluh. Oil lill. Xle-lxio l.. lf'e'fl1'11g1o11 l'hi Sigma lfpfilon. HX llfll. Slwriimii If ellirzglolz Phi Hlgllllil lfp4ilon. Social Fviem-ew Clulv. l' XRHNI. Conlon Eniporiu Phi Della Chi. Kappa Mu lipsilon. Lambda Della Lumlifla. Sovial Fciellve. Nlatlimnutics Llllll. l'UWYl'il.l.. Ymla ,l. ll11I1'f1111xo11 Wiiiiwtuslxu. l'lll'IIlUIllilI'y llluh. l'l'XIK. llaynionel U. .lllllfllillll LIU' Symphonic Cliornx. I'liN'l'l-IlIOS'l'. llalxin ll. l'f111p111'f11 Social SC'lt7llL'9 ffluh. l'l'f'l'l'fR50Xl. l.uxPrn S111ol1111 Blu lfpsilon Nu. lJlC'l'liR5lfN. Nluy .l. lllt'I'fIIHflHl Alpha Sigina Nlpha. Sigma Pi Sigma. llonlc lfvoiioiilivw Cluh. Social S1-imirc llluli. Sphinx. llUl'l'lN0. .lzunvi .l. liillljlflfftl Phi Sigma lipxilou. ll XlJ.Xl3 Xl llll. 5lu1'jo1'i4- flllllllill lilfIll.XHlJS. Holrrl X. 1l!lfl'l'Al'I'fHt' Mu Epsilon Nu. llllll:fN0l H. Yaflini- Lillllklfiil Alpha Sigma Alpha. lfomincrue flluh, Sigma Pi Sigma. llll.l'fY. Iilamlf- li.. ,Ir. lffrgfl Nlu lfpxilon Nu. IIUBINSON. llvlvn l,XfH'l'!I1' Wiilnetaflxa. XM-flcy l'lllIIlll1llI41Il. X. W . l.. A.. Blanrl. Spanish Club ROGIQHS. Br-lly .lc-an Wlinnetafka, NCWIIIEI liUI'FUlLICl... XllJPI'l Wi:-!11't11 1 Lluli. l. l. A. Nlu ltpsilon Nu. ljauul. E111 puriu Ge ','-f M 1 , 3 2-i' , i i : 'li I86 fx? Sopflomores . . . ROPI"OlLlCl.. Lemiaril Xl. ROSS. Virginia Winnotaska. Sm-ial S IIUX ICH. Ilunalml Sigma 'I'au llamma IUIYIQR. llarolil Sigma 'I'au Gamma RIIBY. E. Jeanne Sigma Pi Sigma. I". Em fltlllfl HIIIIIIUI' Sprfugx viemfe Chili .vt'1Ilfl.'l INVIVIUII IfilllIIl','g'U 'I' A Y W I' A Primary Kindergarten CI uh. SANDERS. Eileen W. Winnelaska, Sm-ial fflllllfltl Si'It'IllTC Illuh. Wesley Fmniilatiiui. Alatltetnaliw illulu. SA I i IJ HH. IAIi:ll'jlll'Il' Ann Lullmrzl Delta Sigma Iipsilun. Sigma Pi Sigma Sphinx. Symphonic 1 SILHARFF. C. E. Phi Sigma Ep:-ilon SCIIUOF. Opal Niaf' Delta Sigma Iipailim. Ihnrus. IIITIIIIIICTCB lfluli. Burlington l.'m111f'il ffrure iIllllllllCl't'f' lllulm. Sl I I I NIEIJIQNI ANN. Pauline' .lllllffilfll lfily Pi Kappa Sigma. Sillll LT. Kenneth IC. Kappa Sigma lipsili SCIIWARNI. Aiaurine Sigma Sigma Sigma. nipliunic KIIio1't1s. Iianil. Ezzrvku in. ffl't't'llS!lllI',2 lltnega treawurer. Sigma Pi Sigma, Wumenl HC1'l'C6:iII0ll JXSSUUIRIIIIIII Il'E2:lSlll'0l'. Sf IOTT. Len Ii. lim porin Xiu Epsiliin Nu. Weslev Iwuiniiatimi. NCI l.Iulr. Mathematics Club. SIQHERT. William G. Hu Epsilon Wu. S El FERT, ,lean Kansas ffily. ,llixsuuri l'l1lr1lnr'l.' Sigma Sigma Sigma. in-e presuleut Spauifh llluli. Young Republ SIIAFIQR. Harliara Alpha Sigma Alpha. SIIAFER. Kermit it-an Chili. Banil. lin: puria fI0lIlIIH31'l't' Cluh. Enzpuria Kappa Sigma Iipailun. Cilson Players. SNIITH, ,Iames T. 'Xiu Iffpsilun Nu. Soci ffm porin al St'ienc'c Ifluh. I.amlJ- da Delta Lamlnla, Matlieniatiw Club. Sopfzomores SNYDICR. William hill lipsilun Nu. S'l'fXN'l'0N. William B. S'l'liG. Mary Ann Y I I I Al,IlIfI'l' l wllzilliull lrfrflflil li Kappa Sigma. Sigma l'i Fianna. l,IIlf'112l TVN LUN. Lula J. lim pm in Winnrlaska. llumo l1:l'lllllllIlll'b lllulu. SClf?IlL'l' Clulw. 'l'Rl:1SSll'fH. lf. llrm- Alpllil Theta Rlm. THICK. .lufly lim porin ,1ll'lli1'I,IlL' Lmlgr' Alpha Sigma Tau. li1IIllIllEl'L'f' llluh. Baml. xivc' prvsimlcut .Kline l'il't't'Illi.lIl Palmer, 'I'lllIKlili. Yerila Tlllllllll' WYlIlllf'lilSk3. sl'lt'lIK'C llluh. Tl HNEH. .live E. ffm porin Phi IJ:-Ira Chi prebiulcnl, Slllllflll lilllllltill, lHlfYI'-l'll'i-ll Cmnivil. l NHL ll. .lunicv Sm-ial S1'lCIll'C lllull. l"l"l'lLR. .lavk .llllllllflllll 11 lim porin Phu llvlla l.lll. l.0lllllll'l'l't' Lluls. N.'Xl,Yl-Ili. fl. Ruth lim porin Winnvla-lxa. Y. Wil. ,-X.. Spanish Lluh. Lul- lcggialv Young Kvpublive limi. Xlltli lmln Nl. QJIHPQZI, Spanish lilulm. WAKIFIQH. Nlaljiuriv CUIIIHIPFUB Cluh. Band. WAHSHIQ. Preslun li. Phu llvlla Chi. WXHE. Vary Xlarlha Wiunclaska. WEBB. Hulanrl L. Hu Epsilon Nu, Banml. Ve! Chill. XX lzLL,l'l. .lamef J. Sigma Tau Gamma. WIIITISSIELI.. Phyllis li. ms. Wulf-y Foumla- Am fax llilllflllllll Remling Cllllfllll Lizzvuln Synlplwniv Chorus, lfnlpuriu f.'lt'1ll'llftll!'l' align Vila .1 b gy 8- ng- K K . '. ' ' . 'ii-' V ' Eff? Q f f 5. .r Sophomore: WICHERT, Fritz J. ENIIIUVIVYI Mu Epsilon Nu. Nvwman Clulm. WILLIAMS, Regina V. Strung ffiry Winnetaska. Alpha Theta Rho. Symplnmii- Chorus. WILSON, Ellf'n .4llPn WRIGHT. Mary Pi Kappa Sigma. YEACER, Patricia YVUSON. XvllIH9llll Elllllllffll :Xlplla Sigma Alpha. fillITlITlf'l'l'P iilulm. Chlllllll- Ihenian. WINTFIRS. Melvin llvringlfm Sigma Tau Gamma. Spanish lfluln, fliiriiliww-P lflull. WOLF, llarlan L. AIINPIIII Plii Sigma lfpsilim. lfvinfiflfl Neuvlnn Sigma Sigma Signm, Alplia Thi-la Rim. Sigma Pi Sigma. ZONCKER, Cwemlmlyn Winnelasku. Physival Science Clulm. I mo Zenith vaiirm Clulm. Sfwial freshman Class AIYIAM. 'Ylary ElIllI0ffIl ADAM, Albert Alnilvnf' Sigma Tau Gamma Iln- I'I'f"4IIlIl2lll Claw Uffivr-uw all "'l'llf- Drum" LNX ICHNX lxWl4'Il'l' mw'wff11'x -7'r'w1r.w1'wf DICK IIANNN l,I'1'SfIlf'llf WICDRIX PFI..-X AD-XNIS. ,lanwx Rulwrl R1'll,ll'kT" AKINS. lxvith lll'Illll'lllHllfS VfI'f'-l,l'!'Silll'III Xl,l.lN. Nlnlmhfel Iuun xllbllll Flylllll lzlu. fllllllllllil llulu MINI. Min-- llrlrrllmv ll If l'HI.II"'llllI PIII Ngnm lp-slam, MII Lluln. ,- I 101 I freshmen AMES, John Phi Della Chi. ANDERSON, Lui: Alpha Sigma Tan. ANDERSON. Ned ARCHER, Me-lville .-XRMSTRONC. Roberta Della Sigma Epailnn. Er-4n1uIIli1-Q lllllll. llfXll.EY. Nlarlllzl .lllall BAKER, Elsir Marie BA RNCORD, Nnrma Winnetaslaa. BARNES, Roy I.. Nln Epiilnn Nu. B 4 RN ETT, Barbara C U U Em porin li'lvssvs R 011711 ry 1CIIl1H7fl1l Ilrifllrfv Splaeh fflnlu, llnmf- Em pnriu Eli! porin Fm porin Em pnria Imrmi Pi Kappa Sigma, Sphinx flluln. ll.-XRN H ART, Joann? ll -X RR li'I'T. Patricia BEAN. Cliarlew BEAN, Patrivia Delta Siglna Epsilon. REA STON, .lavk Phi Sigma Epsilnn. DEDNER, ,lerry Sigma Tau Gamma HELL. Delbert Phi Sigma Epsilon. HELL. James K appa Slgllltl Epailnn. Ffl,t"fSllIl, I,lI1lfSlllIIIl lmlrnwl llurlismz .llznlisnn xllnrinn Hill llllflfl Heatrir-P, Nvlfruska lllllllS0fl 02 A f mx 1 freshmen l U U BERRY, Ruth .4I'g0fllill RICKER. Irma Dunlap Y. W. ff. A. BISHOP, Florence Emporia BLOIFNT, Joel A. Emporia Phi Delta Chi. ffommerre Cluli. BLOXONI. Josephine EIIIIIOTTH BLYTHE, Donald Neal Linroln Xin Epsilon Nu. BOONE, Gilbert F1111 River BOWEN, Conrad Hrzrtforzl Mu Epsilon Nu. HOWl.lN. Parke Lelm BRATTON, Clayton C. Elnpnriu Phi Delta Chi, Spanish Chili. Vet. Cluh. BRINKMAN, J. W. Enzpnria Sigma Tau Gamma. BRTNKMAN, Theodore Ulpv Newman Chili. BROCDEON. Cainei ITIIIIITIIIIIP BROWYN, Lethae ,4nthon-V Pi Kappa Sigma. BROWVN, Marvis E. Troy Phi Sigma Epsilon. BROWN. Raymond San Frandxro ljlllffllfllfll BROWNlNC. Robert Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Robinson RRl'WlND, John W. Vet ffluh. Freshmen BRYANT, Delores BUCK. Verl BITCKLEY. Dorothy Bl l MCARDNER. Thomas C. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. BUNCH, Anita BURKETT, Ralph H. Sigma Tan Gamma. BUHRIS, Winifred Pi Kappa Sigma. BURROWS. William HURT. Ezra C. BURTON, Alvin ff. BUTLER, Richard BUTTERFIELD, Harold L Phi Sigma Epsilon. IfAlNl'I, George CAMPBELL, Ray Phi Delta Chi. CANNIF. Calvin CARLSON, Keith K. CARR, Thomas P. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. 68 Ellinwoml Fm porin Clyde Emporia Paola Vunzlnlia lllinnis EllI'Plt'II Hells' Plaine' Lyons Cntmnmmzl Falls Hoisington Overbrook Troy Emporia Lynrlnn Uverbrrmk Pf'111N7!lAV CARROTHERS, Patricia .l. Alpha Sigma Tau. Sphinx, Solent-e Clnlw, F. T. A. Emporia 6- 9? mi:-Q an-Wg .fx X .fill Ref- an 19" if Hg 'Clk M S Mgt 'Q l Fresfzmen lfgXR'I'liR. llatlierim- l.IIIlll1II'f'I' Hills, .llllfijfllltl CASE. Alex .lfurinn Phi Sigma lip-ilim. IIIIAUWICK. Uapliene Hlirrrnn Winnelaska. CIIANCE. Juan ll. Eniporia Alpha Sigma Jxlllllil, Sphinx. Sigma Pi Sigma. KLHAPPELL. Yvonne Anflmny CLARK. Jean l'llfIft'llI'f' Winnelaaka. IILOYES. Marilyn fllaflison QIUIIHENNET. William L. Elllllllfill Phi Della Chi. CUFFEY. Bvlly Bl1I'l'fflII CIULILHQXN, Asher Alzilwiu Phi Sigma Epsilon. CIOLLETT, lluwanl ,Marion COLYER. limp? lzlifllllllllll IIHAWFOHD. Mary IXYIIHSIIS City, Kansas QIIHMBLE, Wayne lflllllllffll Sigma Tau llaimna. IIROPCH. Waller 'l'. lfurvlu Phi Sigma Epsilon. CUSIC, Bernie li. AIIIUVIVIIIS DAILY, Law1'e11c'c- Bvllv Pltllillt' IIXRRIS. Palrii-ia IYUIIUIU Wiiinetaflxa. Valli, fflulw. NETVVIHUII Chili. freshmen 0 0 DAVIS. Have-rly DAY, Yun I.. DQEGARXIS. Harry .l. F. T. A. De-CRA FFENREID, Paul Kappa Sigma Epsilon. DESCHNER. Adeline'- Winnetaska. Clem-' lflull. DE'l'RlCK. Paul Phi Sigma Epsilnn. DOILE, Velma DOLES, Elmer J. Phi Della Chi. DOLES, Jennings B., Jr.. Vet ffluh. Young Demm-rats Cluh. DOW. Corrine Dl7NHAM. James A. Mu Epsilun Nu. DIJNN. Edmund Sv. Ozone Park. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Dl QNN, Fram-P, DYER. Herbert EARNSHAW. Laura lm- Winuclaska. EDWARDS, Carol Nl. Pi Kappa Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. EDWARDS, Helen Alpha Sigma Alpha. EGNRR. Bill F111 porin Hurlnll ,lflr11'lfs1,'iUv Quin:-v Neziflnn Wirliifn Empurirl Em porin Emporia Mt. I10lPrJ Hamilton Nwr York Fm pnrirl Alllfffil I1 x Sll!lll'I1t"f .4 lm ll Rlll'I'llHl Fm porin 1.942 1 W6 freshmen ECNEH. Faye ELLIS, Clifforml ENCLE. Loren ERICSON, Alfred ERICKSON. Walter E. Sigma Tau Gamma. O U O Colle publ ican Club. Commerce Staff. EVBANK. 0. l.. Yet Clull. EYICIRHART. Leon Mu Epsilon Nu. FAIR. Jacqueline FANKHOl lSER. Ceralclinc Winnelaska. FAHKIS. Evelyn Winnetaska. FEIK. Marion Alpha Sigma Tau. FliADllNfi.JfY1'Ullll l"0Cl,. EMA N. lla Winnetaska. janv FUST ER. Jeanne Sigma Sigma Sigma. l"0S'l'ER. Rolnerl l.. FUWI EH. Earl W. Nlu Epsilon Nu. FOWLER. Mary ,lane FHYER, Charles XV. 3.W.C. A. Xiu Epsilon Nu. Y. SLC. A.. Social Science Club. Commerve Club. Emporia Em poriu ,lfnrlison Virgil Chirngo, Illinois giate Young Re- Cluli. Sunflower Em porin Gypsum Topeka Mmlison fjfflllfjll Hamilton, Em porin Tlznyfv' lim porin lim porin lfmgoria lim porin Clyde Freshmen FUNK, Carl Phi Della Chi. GAHOllT'l'E. Louis GARVIE. Lois U U U 51711111 l,flRI1.YSt'H. ,llu. Abilvm' Alpha Sigma Alpha. l'l1ysival lifl. Llulv. Splash Club. GAST, LeRoy l". GEORGE. Robert Shaufm 1 0111114411 GLASER. Donald Anthony Spalding. Neb1'r1.vl.'r1 Newman Clulm. GUAD, Delores J. ilIlllIl'SUIL Delta Sigma Epsilun, Sigma Pi Sigma. CUOCH. Nile GOVLD, Alan Mu Epsilon Nu. GRAHAM, Lou Ann .IIIHIIISUII Rl'l'f'l' N u r lfu Y. W. C. A, Elementary Club. GRASS, Eunice Alpha Sigma Alpha, Economics Cluh. CRAY, Hubert M. GREEN LEE, Roy L. GRIEVE, Josephine Winnetaska. GRIFFITTS. Frank E. Phi Sigma Epsilon. GRIMM, Hulbert D. Phi Sigma Epsilon. CRIMWOOD. Marie GUNKLE, Earl R. Sigma Tau Gamma. llvringiun Sigma Pi Sigma, Home lim porin Em porin Bzzrrlun lim pun I1 AlL'Il'1UIl Colfvnzrunrl Falls Emporia Q Lmasj P' UU -I fresfzmen I I U GLY. Jean Ynlrs Center HAAC. Jeanette E. Emporia Winnetaska. Sigma Pi Sigma. HANNA, C. W. Sigma Tau Gamma llAl.l-lGAN. Jobn .l. Phi Sigma Epsilon. HANNA, Dick HARMON. Rex A. Lung lslunnf, Kappa Sigma Epsilon. llARHlSON. Ronald J. Phi Sigma Epsilon. IIASSLER. Martha Sigma Sigma Sigma. Elementary Club. HAWKINS, Robert E. Mu Epsilon Nu. Vet. HEDGES. Joyce HEFNER. Mary Sigma Sigma Sigma. HESS, Robcrl S. HE'I"l'. llelvn I-. 'l. A., X Ifmporm New York lfmporin Greensburg lfichila lfhapman . W. C. A.. Hamilton Club. Spaakers Bureau. Commerce f,'lllH'fl!ll1l'l' Ifmporfa Club Jllzzdismz Marion Alpha Sigma Tau. C!lITlIIlCl'K7C Club. HICHWOOD. Dolly May Emporia Winnetaska. llll.l.. Charles Emporia Sigma Tau Cannna llJ ERTSTED'l'. Virginia l.. lfmporirz Physical Ed. Club. X. W. lf. -N.. vice president Spanish Club. Bowling Club. HOCH. Joan Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sphinx. Collegiate Young Republican Club. HOFFMAN. Donald G. Hobbs. N. Mfxiro Phi Sigma Epsilon. Freshmen . . . IJOLDREDGE, Rodney Phi Della Chi. IIOLMAN, Donald K. Phi Sigma Epsilon. HUHST. Fred Phi Sigma Iipwilim. IIUSKINS. llhrialina ll0S'l'ET'I'ICK. Norma Jean Winni-luska, Cmnnierce Club. IIUCHES. Nlarie I l l ' Nl li. Alxcrna Winnelaska. IRWIN, Gail Bowling Club. Pliyaivul Ed. JACKSON. James R. Sigma Tau Gamma, Travl-1. JACUBE, Travis CUIUHICITC Clulr. ,lAi'lNlfCKl'l. Betty Ju l,1'llllIlI,.S, Prcsirlrnl Spanish Clulr. J Ii'l"l'Y. Naomi Clliecrleafler. JoilNs'1'oN. Ja-fly., 1l.Hl1IUl'lill Lin Flllll l'llfIl't'lI!'l Ululliu Ifnz porin Newman cllllll. Elll't'A'!l Usugv lfily l,l't'I'!lllItl l'urli Llulu. lim porin Hulyruucl Sunllz llufmlrz lim pnriu Pvru Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physical Ed. Clnlb. JONES. lfllurles Em purfrz JUNHS, Cfilllll-ill LiIllIlIll'llll JONES, Lelaml Dale- lll. llupv Phi Sigma Epsilon. JONES, Rex IJ'akvr'sfif'.ld, Calif. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. JONES, Willard Empurizl Sigma Tau Gamma. . is WE - 'sw 5- ' 'T 'J freshmen ' U 0 JONES. Wvilliam lm' llllllflllfl-tl JORDAN. Boll lll. ll11l1r' Phi Sigma lflphilwn. ,lUlll.lN. Wayne 5. l2'111f1111'iu Kappa Sigma lfpsilmi. KARNES. lffllewlilll' Uz'c'1I11f111!.' Alpha Sigma Alpha. Alllllilllltilllizlll. KARNES. Roller! ll. l,l1'l'l'!ll'llUAi Phi Sigma lfpsilmi. KAY, Phyllis C4'11csc11, lllirmix lil SMAUL. l'hiIIi, ,I. llilllflllll-Il Baud. KIND. Maxim: l.. Ju1z1'li1111 ffily Vvinuelaska. Y. W. lf. A. KING. Daviml lL4111l1111'ir1 Mu Epsilon Nu. lilNU. Slary ll. Hlljllrl Newman Clnh. lxl,US'l'l1lRh'lANN. llvlen Marie Ifllllflllll Winnetaslxa, Y. W. 11. A. KNIGHT. l.ilYf'l'llil llilllllll Secretary-l1'casu1'c1' l'il'l'Sllllliill lllaps. KNOl Sli. Carl 1211111111111 Phi Della llhi. lvl. llluh. KOONS, Donahl lz'111l1111'1r1 KURTFI, Anllumy llllllflllfill Sigma 'Ilan llllllllllil. Newman Chula. Cmn- merue Lllulu. KHAKI HH, lfarric- 'hllll llr11'q11m'lle' Wiunelaslxa, Y. W. ll. X.. liimliiig lllulv. KHUEGER, George l1'11111111'iu Phi Della Chi. LeCER'l'l:l. Gerald Iillllflliffll Kappa Sigma lipsilun. Newman Cluh. Yet. Club. fi41II1l'llf'l'K7C Clulr. fresfzmen I U I LAMBERT, Mary Cedar Point Winnetaska. LARGENT, Velda !1lcPherson Alpha Sigma Tau, Sigma Pi Sigma. LARKIN, B. J. l'l!Ul't'II.!t LAHSON. Wallace E. Eznpurzu Mu Epsilon Nu. LAURENSANA, Louise G. Kansas City, Mo. Sigma Tau Gamma, Glee Club. LEMONS, Donald Emporia Phi Delta Chi. LENKE, Kenneth l.. Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu. LEONARD, Rohert Emporia Phi Delta Chi. LIGGETT, Harry F. Lincoln Mu Epsilon Nu. LINDEN, Williarii D. IJUIIHIIHI LITCHFIELD, William C. Lyons Phi Sigma Epsilon, Freshman Representative. Student Council. N. A. l. B. All-American Basketball. LUNEY, Theodore ll. Jlluriolz Mu Epsilon Nu. LOVE, Roy L. Neushu Rapids MCANARNY, Alfred Reading Phi Sigma Epsilon, Newman Cluh. MQCABE, Frances Peabuzly Winnetaslxa, F. 'l'. A., secretary Y. W. C. A. McCANTS, Colleen Emporia Winnetaska. MCCORKLE, Stephen J. Madison MQCUE, Leo J. Dorchester, Mrzssuchlwclts f202j R . xy K ,gig W f freshmen 0 U I N11-Cl lRlQ, Xlivliacl ,l. lflllflflllll Sigma 'llziu Gamma. Wrvvvnlan tlluln. Nl1'QlllN. Rivllarfl ll. Chunute Kappa Sigma lfp-ilwm. Nlvl HN. llal Elnpnrzrl liappa Sigma lipsilun. XlpXHlNll. Llnyul lxcilll lT'1'1'l1i!r1 Mn lfpsilon Nu. MAHKIR. ,lulm lfnzpnriu Mu Epsilon Nu. 'XlfXRKl.lQY. lfayf' llelenf' lxclllzm Dcllu Sigma lipxilun. llU1llHl"?l'l'9 Llull. NlAlil.Ali, Belly Russell Xvlllllifllirlxil. lNlJXH'l'lN. Glenn Arlmire NlfXXWlCl.l.. Calvin AHIl'I'll'llS NIAYEF, liuualnl W. llmfison NIILLYILLE. William NllfRlIlCR. llavicl. .lI'. Sigma Tau Gamma. KIERRICK. lluracf- NIILLI-IR. Kallllecn R. Alpha Sigma Klplla. Sigma Pi Sign Nlllllfli. l'ul 1,111 NIITCIIELL. Robcrt R. Nll'l'lIIll'ILl,,. Wilbur E. MUURIC. Ulvn E. Sylvia E111 porin Troy Dvlnmn ia. 411911 City L'mpf1r1'f1 Eureka Pl!'I1III!7l1f Fresfzmen MOORE, llarulrl Nl. MOORE, Lui-ille NIUHFOHIJ, Welllmi 311 DHUA N. Rwlrurl W. Kappa Sigma lipqlu Club. M ORRAY. Norman MORRIS. David Phi Della Chi. MUSBY. lleralml Phi Sigma Epsilon, HOTT. Cliarline Sigma Sigma Sigma, Ml RPH Y. .lay Mu Epsilon Nu. MlSl1H. Hnlrert lu-illi Nln Epsilon Nu. .NIH KRS, :Kiln-Q-11 NELSON. Urxul NIQWTON. llliarles ,l . Phi Sigina Epsilon. NICHOLS. ,lavquelync Winnelaska. NOX AK. lux:-lyn L. wrlllllliflilhlxii. 0'I l fl HA . llvvlal Winiietaska. PAXRSON 5, joseph A. PATTERSON, Louis E. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Tt'It'I'I'fH6' Jllvrlrlv Nvirlulz lim parm n, lfmiiiilcfrv Club. VPI. flllllllliflll Em purirz lf Ufffllglllll Yet. Llluli. 12,111 porin llunnt Ecuiiolilics Clulr. .Em porin Harlfurfl lxul1.sr1s l.'1'ly, llu. Enlpnrirz l.uui.szf1'!li', lxclzlurlfy Cllflllll' lJ'1uz!rz'rl1 ill IXIIIISIIS lfilbx, Ks. Garfln vr Ne wtun 'P if a 5 xg-557523 Q .W .ff -Li, MQ Freshmen . . . l':Xl llix. lla1111ul1 .l. Hami. lfHl'ffi1rl1lsl1lll'g l':XYNi'i. Xiary 'XIIHP IXVIIIIXIIS lfily. lxfv. Sigma 5IQllIlil 51g111:1. 5y1n11l1o11if' 1iI1u1'11Q. f,I'1'ilPSi l'21. PEARSE, iflmer N. Kappa Sigma Eliliiibll. PEN N INCTON. Wilma J. l'i1'11nm11l lfm porin llcita Sigma Epsilon. Splagh fihnlr. Sym- 11l11111i1' fiillll'lI5. I'lTNNlNC'l'ONl. Zeilllii Dev l,'11l1l11'11t1'r 515511111 Sigma Sigma. Fl'f'!l4'i1 Linh. 5IgLll11l i'1 Sigrna. Rl1y1l1111i1- lfin-I4-. PRNNYBAKEH. Dale Xiu IUIIWIIOII N11. PERDARIS. Pele' Phi Delta Chi. PERKINS, i'fiizal11'eli1 llrlrffnral Lvlll porin illlllllllffllll Wi1111vlaska. Spiagh fiillil. BIIVVIIIIQ l.l11l1. PICRR Y. i'i4iW3l'li N. 121 l'F'l'ICliSUN. Pal flnrzllnin. l'1'1111 f1l1il1+n1- 'Xlpha Siglllil Jhillilii. i'I1yQi1':1i l'.1l. f.l11l1. Suvial Sc:ic'111'e fliuh. 111111151 U.-111111-1'11l11' , fiillil. Sigma ii Sigllllil. PEDICU, .iuhll Phi Della Chi. PFLAUM. Nedra lfm l?lll'I'Il lfm porin Sigma Sigma Sigllllil. Spizwh 011111. Hnplun- Illtlff' lflass 1i1-P presimif-111. i'llil.l.ll'S. Yulvria lfrrrllufl .Xlpha Sigma fliilll, ff11111111v1'1-1- 4Il11i1. .Xlwv Fl'6f5llli1Il Pililllef. PRICE. Cami l'RIlIIC. Vivian 1f1111111w1'1-P f'l11i1. PRISHCK. Xlargar X111 th 11111 i,IIl'I.UlI 'fm pnrlu PI I Alpha Sigma fKipi1z1. Sigma Vi Silllllil. WWII' Sl'iPlll'P lIl11l1. PRUTHIS. Wiliwrl l:l'I'llll II Sl'iFIll'l' 4Ii11l1. Pl HR. llarlrara IXIIIINIIS f.'il1'. lx v. W i1111vI:1fk:1. Freshmen l'l'RDY. Luther J. Spanish Clulm. PYLE. lfrilz Kappa Sigma Ep-ilnn. ll XDCLI l"l7. Rnlrcriu xVlllllCl3Sli2l. HQXDKIL. Nurnxun Mn lfpsihm Nu. Bun li,-XNIY, ,lnannc Della Sigma Ephilun. ley l'l1lll111l2.llllll1. liANl'l0l.Pl'l. livltif HIQDMUND. Lois Band. REIQYES. Keith W. Sigma Tau Gamma. liIllH'l'lCR, Robert I". Phi Della lfhi. liIlJDl.lf. liurlmura KllJDl,l'l. lxlilllllljl C. Mu Epsilon Nu. IHGCS. A. I.eland 3111 lupsxlnn Nu. ROBERTS, Dnrullly A. IRUBERTS. l,lll't?Il2.l Belle Alpha Sigxnu Tau. Commerf ROBINSON, Hdlllllrlpll RUDRIQI EZ. licinahlu E. Nm' liUCER5. Xlury l.uu Cnllcgiate llluh. RUSS. l'hylliN U 0 I Sf. Louix. lla. F111 jmrfn l,'hrl.w lllII.SiIl,L'f0lI cl. 1lfCllEHll'Ll. lim porin flunlrnerve tiluh. YVPs- ffm pnrfll Em pnriu Efllurzuln lfm fI1lI'l.lI lfm pnriu .llnslmgecg Ulflu. 1l'lllf'4'lIl'f' ffm 120141.11 HllI'lifl1l'f e Llulr. IIVIIIIINI-lA lurk f,1ty. N. l. F111 pnriu Kifzgrrlrzlz f2071 Freshmen 0 U U RUPSII. Holly Nvnslzn lfupiflx RI PLE. Mary L. llvitwr Pi Kappa Siglllll. Sigllllll l'i Signm S-XNIISTRUNI, Betty jean Ifl'SllH Winnela-ka. Coiilllwlwr flluim. SAVIJER, ilaruld J. illlfllixtlll Kappa Sigma lfpsilnn. SAUDER, Max L. llflrlisun Mu Epsilon Nu. SKIIIAYER. lilarenrv il. YPI. ffluli. SCIIRULI.. Rivllalwi .Mlney Band. Siflll LTZ. .hu-k Phi Sigma Epsilnn. SliliWAB. YPl'l'Hl'HlLi 5fiilWilND'i', Alive Lolliw viiillIlElLlNixLl. Y. W. If. N. Sl IANELECI, Gail K. Kappa Sigma Epfilun. K, lllulu. SHAW, Elinnr Pi Kappa Sigma. SH,-X W. Rex Phli flgllllil fupxilun. 5l'lifl'II.EY. Mary K. lu'111,unrnr .9yI'r1rl1.w l'lII1Sft'll1l Gl'iINr'vY nip., lfllswnrtl: lfm porin l',ilIl1lHl'l.lI Iilllllllffll Sigma Sigma Sigma, Hmm- livulinilxivs filulr. SIIUWN. Cliarlotle Wiinnelaska. Cunilllrfrvf- ffluin. Sl BEL. Luna ClIlYlIlN?I'4't' fiiuiv. SIGLIQR. liuruid Sigma Tau Cznulna. llilll purin lfni pm in ffm porin Null IRR. Flullkv Igfllllfllllllf Phi De-lla Chi. Freshmen . . . SMALICS, Pal Sigllllll Sigilllll Sijllllil. ihmw I'il'lllN SNiii.l'iY . 'Slam lx. Lluh. SNIITII. -Khin N. Xiu lip-ihm Nu. SHIT! I. flvmiri i.. SMi'I'H. Irs-nv wiilllllnliliixil. SNHTII. Ruhr-rl Phi Ilvllu flhi. SNIITII. Ruth J. SUPII. .Xrmin E. Phi Sigma ifpsiluu. SPXDH, lfrin if. ST-Xl,lKlI0l SF. Warn n STACY. Haiti Phi Signia Fipwihnn. S'lqEFi"lf, Janet Em porin nnuw Linh. llulxlwrnl .llillvr I'ilIl1NPl'lAll FIAVIIOIIIVII l.vIIl1H7l'liII ffm porin .4fl'lIl'SlHI Xlrlnlirr' ,Hill l'1'L'Il ,4l1',1fSlIIl Sf-11,214-if-L' Pi Kappa Sijflllil. Sigma IH Signnu. STICRN, Dmmlfl STEW KRT. John xiiiiil6lllHliI'S fiillil. STEW'AH'l'. Norma ,If-nu fiIllllIllf'l'l'P Chula. STOEI'l'ICl.Wi'fH'l'II. xiilfif' Hn1'SlfI,l1IlfIl ,'rllI'l'L'Il ,XVIII pnrirr FIJI porin STOKES. Huh ffnurlluml Phi Sigma Elliiiilll. S'I'RAXl'Ifli. Saul JVPI1' inrlx fV:'l1' iurl' xi1liilQ'Ill1lIiI'4 iiillil. in ff' 504, I zoo 1 Fresfzmen STI IRDICVANT, Rii-hard L, STI Mu Epsilon Nu. 'RDY. George I.. YIII Iipsilun Nu. Sl VI"I'0N. Muriel Winnviailia. SIVITUN, Tlmmas R. Kappa Sigma Epsilnn. SWIEZIQY. Betty Ann D O I Nvwtun Avllflglllllll Fm pnrin Emporia W!lk?fI.FIII SWINI'I:XR'I'. IXIIIIZI Sigma Sigma Sigma. Iflvineiilary Svlnml Club. Sigma I'i Sigma. Kansas City TERRY, Adele Alpha Sigma Alpha. flUl'IlI1lf'I'f'P Club. Hand. TH OLIQN, Robert Sigma Tau Gamma. TIIUINI AS. .larretl I I. TODD. imyiia. lfmitnn Emporia Em porin W,l.llf!IlIIS,IIll',i1 'I'0RR:INIlI3f, Anne- Eiirelni Pi Kappa Sigma. TRAVIS. David E. Lawton. 0li'lfllIlIIIlll Sigma Tau Gamma. Vets fllulm. 'I'RIlSI.l'lR. Ivan II.. .Ir. f:1l!l5llf"lI. Allllllllllll Kappa Sigma Ifphilun. I"I'TI-IH. Gene Elllllllfl-II Plli Delta Glli. Y'II,YI'1R, Richarnl Fmpnriu Iiuiilliierm-f Illulr. X':'INI7AVICRE. Ilelen Irene Nfmlefslirz Alpha Sigma 'I'au. Sigma I' Sigma. Cmn- merre Club. XXIQIILIIIIPIIIIIII. VAN SOYOG, Charles Osborn I Kappa Sigma Ifp'-ilnn. IN SIIIKLIC. Toni I'Ili Ilvllzi Iflii. F111 pnrirl Freshmen YANTUYI.. Rulmcrt Commerce Club. YLCEK, Maxine I I I Pflllllllly' Hollvrnml Alpha Sigum Tau. fl0llllllHl"l'9 Clulx. W -XCNER. Putrivia Band. WATSON. .lm-k ll. WEINMAN, Eugene C. Sigma 'lluu fl3HlIHLi- mercc Club. WELCH, A1111 Siigma Sigma Sigma. Y. W. K.. A. WliI.I.ER. Leslie S. Mu lfpQilo11 Nu WESBROOKS. Billy C. Newman fliilllllll rife WESBROUKS. Claude W. WESBRUUKS. Earl Xl. Wlll'llE, Mary l.Ull WHITLUW. lflfllllljl' XvlIlIl0lLlSli2l, Srienve Wll.lll'l'l'l. lfllarles lfn111111er4'e fllulr. W ILL. Mary WILLIAM SON, Fred Sigma 'l'uu QDHIIIIHH. fflulr. WILSON. Ellllil Bfllllilljdfvll S1lffllfl1l7lllf' Olpc' fllulb. lfurn- Ifnzporm Clulm. Anwriru 1 Burrlvn Burflen Hunlrn .lli11l1e'11polis lfulu 111 bu x lllulm. W. R. A. Buzml. Empnrm Nnru'i4'l1 Emporia lflls-erlvaslar. NPWIIILIII Clilllllffllll WILSON, Cone li. Elllflllflll Phi Delta lllli. Cnn1111c1'1'f- lflulm. WlLSON. Keith Cinmrrnn l'l1i Mu Alpha. flUIlllllPI't'f' Iflulr. f am 1 .Qi Fresfzmen WlNil'X'l'E. Sally vviilllliilllhiill. NN INTIQRS. Larry Sigma Tun Cuiniml. WIWYICI FR. Nnrnm WIXSUN, linlimt M. Sl W'0l.l". Cuilaml YVOUU, Celia iam' YYillllPlilHiQ8. WOUIJHIEHY. Phil I'lii Dr-ilu Chi. XXUOIJW.-XRD. Nanvy E. WRIIZIIT, lluvicl C. , A . . llii Sigma Lpsilun. WHHLIIT. l.1-on WRILPIIT. Rivliarml W. YF XRY. 0.11. YEKCI EH. Roland Mu EIJNHIHI Nu. YOUNG. Huliiiffen I U I U Wvllirigfnrl Ilf'fI'7lf.'fflII fflirllvy lvrvr.-zluirg, 1'vf0f1-III! Lyon s 1. rn 11011 ffm porin .llmlfsml ,Nf'Il'f0II Ifnipnrfrl Em porin f.'1ll1fl4't'll Vlilllll Hvuvlrrl Index ' A Aberle, Henry N. ..........,.,....,. ....Y....A.......... . Adam, Albert W. ..... ....... ..... 7 8 , 144, 191 Adam, Mary Dale ,,...... ..,....1...... 1 91 Adam, Sam, lr. ........................ ..... 1 45, 171 Adams, Iames Robert, lr. ................... .. 191 Akins, Keith Edward .,....,..... ,. 93, 145, 191 Allen, Ellouise Frances ...... .. 42, 144, 179 Allen, Mildred loan ............ ...... 5 9, 144, 191 Allphin, Guy Marshall ...........,......... ......, 7 4, 179 Amberg, Albert Sidney ....,....... 82 100, 145, 191 Ames, Freda Nadine ......., 66, 116, 130, 141, 179 Ames, Iohn Franklin .,..,.............,..... ...,... 8 6, 192 Anderson, Lois Eileen .....,.......,,, 98 118, 119, 192 Anderson, Ned Wayne ......,..,.,....... 93, 134, 192 Archer, Melville Welling, Ir ....,..,.. ......,....... 1 92 Armstrong, Roberta Coyetta ..,. 63 118, 154, 192 Arndt, Iohn William ,..................,..... .............. 1 59 Askew, Rosalie Velma .......... ,.,... ....... 6 6 , 179 Austin, Harry Warren ..,........ .. 86, 136, 171 B Bailey, Laurence Paul ............. ....... 8 2, 179 Bailey, Martha Ioan .,,........r .......r.. 1 92 Baird, Leland Max ,...... ....... 8 6, 180 Baker, Elsie Marie .....,., .,......,,,.,, 1 92 Baker, Oveta May ...,.... ....., 7 0, 144, 180 Banz, Weldon Kenneth .......,,.,........ 93, 133, 159 Baranoski, Theodore A. ,.......... . 82, 100, 180, 147 Barncord, Norma lean ..,........, ....,... .....,..,,.... 1 9 2 Barnes, Gloria lean ..,.,,...,., 41, 93 137, 141, 171 Barnes, Iames William ...,.,.,..,......... ......, 9 2, 171 Barnes, Ray Dean ....,,.,.. .. 92, 136, 180 Barnes, Roy L. .........,.,.... ........,...,. 1 92 Barnett, Barbara Iune ....v..,. ........ ....... 6 6 , 192 Barnett, Raymond Leon ....,,,.,......... ...., 1 45, 159 Barnhart, loanne Louise ,........,.. 43 89, 149, 192 Barrett, Patricia Wilhelmeina ..... 42, 89, 192 Baysinger, Marion Helen ...........,..... ..,.......,... 1 71 Bean, Charles 'William ,........,.,..,....,. ......,,,..,,. 1 92 Bean, Patricia Elizabeth ............ 63 143, 144, 192 Beaston, lack Vernon .....,................ ....... 8 2, 192 Beattie, Vernon Eugene .........,....... .,..,......r,. 1 36 Beauchamp, Viola Elizabeth ......., .,,.,,, 9 0, 180 Beberrneyer, Royal Ernest ,.,..., .,.,.,...,,,,, 9 3 Bedner, Ierry Lynn ........,.,.,..... ..,,,,, 7 8, 192 Bell, Delbert Wesley .,,.,,. ,,,.,,,,,, 8 2, 100, 192 Bell, Iarnes Edward ..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 4 , 192 Belting, Harriet Ieanne ..,,..,,,,,, 70 99, 140, 171 Bender, Lucille Francis .... 54, 99, 117, 139, 159 Benson, William ..............,....,..., 74, 130, 133, 180 Bernard, Roscoe George ........,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 00 Bernclt, Martha Ianice ..... ..,..., 5 4, 128, 130, 159 Berry, Aletha Louise ..... ,.....,.. .,,,, 1 3 0, 180 Berry, Ruth Caroline ,,.... ., 43, 130, 193 Bicker, Irene .'............,.........,. ,,,,, 1 44, 193 Bishop, Florence Melba ..,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 93 I 212 Black, Hazel Ruth .... 42, 89, 130, 133 146 159 Blair, George Simms 93, 125, 130, 133 154 180 Block, Ioan Gail ...... 41, 90, 141, 142 143 180 Blount, Ioel Alan .................................,..,.. 86 193 Bloxom, Iosephine Ann .,..r........,........ 63 143 193 Blythe, Donald Neal ............................ 92 100 193 Bonczkowski, Kenneth Howard ......,...... 86 160 Boone, Gilbert Myrrl ...,.......,,,r.....,... 143 144 193 Boyen, Conrad Lee ,......,........... ........r...1........ 1 93 Bowlin, Floyd Parke . ......... .... ...... 1 9 3 Bowman, Cathrine lune ........ .... 1 19 180 Bowyer, Lawrence LaVerne .... .... 1 38 144 Boyle, Dale Eugene .,,........ ...... 7 8 Brann, Williard Merton ....,.........................,...... 146 Branson, Ioy Christine .... 59, 99, 166, 139 144 171 Bratton, Clayton Gene ..........,..................... 86 193 Breazier, Eldon Earl ...,...........,..,...........,.. 82 172 Breazier, Lois Ann ...................... 42, 89 134 160 Brennan CMrs.1 Bessie Willey ,.......,...,..... ...... 1 60 Brenner, Anna Mae ......,,........... ......r.... 4 3 172 Brinkman, Gloria Ann ............ .,.,........ 1 31 172 Brinkman, I. W. .............. ,..... 7 8 136 193 Brinkman, Theodore N. ..... ................. 1 93 Brogden, Gaines C. ..,..... ....,. 1 93 Brosseau, Ray E. ..,.,..,.. ....,..... 1 80 Brown, Anna .....,,.......... .... 1 44 169 Brown, Letha Louise ....,..... ,. ............ 66 193 Brown, Marvin Ellis ,,.,...........,... ...... 8 2 100 193 Brown, Raymond Edward ......... .......,......... 1 93 Brown, Peter Michael ..,.......,. .... 7 8 160 Browning, Robert Lee ,....... .... 7 4 193 Bruning, lohn William ,...., ...r. 1 00 193 Bryant, Delores Winona ,.,,.... ....... 4 3 194 Buck, Charles R. ..............,. ...,... 7 4 180 Buck, Francis Verl ,.,....... .......... 1 94 Buckles, Ioseph ..........,........ ..,.,,..,.... 1 42 Buckley, Chester Alden ......,. ,..,....... 7 8 160 Buckley, Dorothy Anne ......... ,..... 4 3, 143 194 Bumgardner, Billy Max .............,. ,.,.... 7 4, 180 Bumgardner, Thomas Calvin ...., ,...... 7 4, 194 Bunch, Anita Ann ....,...,.....,..,,... ....... 4 3 194 Burkett, Ralph Harold, Ir ......,..., ...,... 7 8, 194 Burns, Louise Francis ,....,. ...,..,.,,,,, l 45 Burns, Virgil G. .....,.,..,....,.. ,.,..., 8 2 160 Burris, Winifred Faye ............ .,,. 6 6 194 Burrows, William Benjamin ...... .... 9 2 194 Burt, Ezra Garfield .,,............., .,..,.............,.,.,. 1 94 Burton, Alvin Curtis .............,.....................,,,.,,., 194 Bush, Duane Alvin .,... ...... 8 6, 51, 124, 144 172 Butler, Louis W. ,..............,...... .,........,....,,, 7 8 172 Butler, Richard Fortune ...,..... ....,..............,. 1 94 Butterfield, Harold Lee ..............,..,.,.. 82, 100 194 Butterfield, Marion B. tSam1 ...,.,....................... 82, 100, 127, 147, 160 Byer,.Gene Burton 28, 51, 74, 126, 129, 135, 172 Byers, Marvin Eugene ..........,......,.......,...,., 144 160 l C Caine, George M. .................. ............ , .. Caldwell, Mildred Louise ...........,............ Calhoun, Ioan ............................ 54, 99 Campbell, Bill B. ................................,...... . Campbell, Charles Raymond ,....... 86 Cannif, Calvin Duane .............. Cardwell, Evelyn Clair ,,... 1 ..... Carlson, Keith Kenneth ....... Carnine, Howard Lloyd ........ Carpenter, Evelyn Ruth ...... Carr, Thomas Patrick ,,,.... Carrofhers, Patricia I. ....... . 70 Carson, Elmer Allen ....., ...................,,... Carson, Norma Ieane ........ . ...... i ,.......... . Carter, Catherine Ruth ..,. 43, Carter, Helen Louise .........,....... Case, Alex, Ir. ....,............,.... . Chadwick, Nora Daphene ...... Chance, Ioan Hall ...,.....l...... Chappell, Ruth Yvonne ...... Chatelain, Elvin Iohn ........ Chatelain, Virginia Lee ......... Choate, Marion .................. Clark, Esther lean ....,.......l Clark, Mary Catherine ...... Clausen, Leonard Morris ..... 89, 118 ....ff"5li fff"i56 ...ffQ"5Li Qllffi-Q21 Clay, William C. .......,........ ........ . Cloyes, Marilyn Ruth ..............,..l...... 63 Clothier, Vida Katherine ....................... . 42, 90, 130, 140, Cobb, Henry Robert, Ir ......................... 74 Cochennet, William Lee ......, Coffey, Betty Gene ........... Coleman, Charles Asher ....., Colqazier, Patricia ......... .... Collett, Howard Lee ...... Colyer, Ida Hope ......... 82, . 70, 98 Coman, lone Marie .... ..... 7 0, 140, Conklin, Ina Lou ..........,.,.... ....... 5 4, 98, Corey, Iames Dewey ....... .....,..,......, Course, William B. ...........,............,........, . Crabb, Ruth Arlie .....,....,.,..,,.................,... 50, 70, 99, 116 117, 128, Crandall, Charles Clinton ,............... 74 Crawford, Iune Irene .....,.,...,.....,.,..,,.. 70, Crawford, Mary Evelyn ..,..... Crawford, William Goff ,..,... Crimble, Wayne Allen ........ P . Cross, Iarnes Andrew ....,... Crouch, Walter T. ...........,. Culver, CC1ara1 Alice .....,,. Cusic, Bernie Eugene ........,.. D Daily, Lawrence ..,.,....,,......... Daniels, Richard Duane .......,.. 43 , 82, 100 90 Darrow, Wesley Woodrow ........ ......, Davey, Homer C. .........,..,....... , Davidson, Galen Floyd ........ Davis, Beverly Ioan ...... Davis, Cecil Elroy ,,,,.. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,, Davis, Louis Keith ...... ....... 130, 133, 3 Day, Von L. ,.................... ..... . Decker, Cleda Delight ......... .. Decker, Iris Ruth ,....... .................................. Decker, CMi1dred1 Claudine ...................... 50, 126, 130, 132, Deering, Alfred C. .......................,.........,., . Degarimore, Louisa Arnelita ...... ...... De Grams, Harry Iohn ............, De Grafenreid, Paul ........,,.. Deschner, Adeline ................. Detrick, Paul Frederick ......... Dick, Warren Wesley ....1. Dickson, Naomi Grace .....,.,.... Doile, Velma Louis .......,.,. Doles, Elmer Iackson ............., Qlfffiii 82 41, 89, Doles, Iennings Bryan, Ir. ,........,............. . Dorris, Francis Patricia .... 43, 89, 90 Dorris, Paul Iames ....,.....,.,...................... Dow, Corrine Opal .....,, ........................ Drolett, Doris Ieanne .....,............ 41, 88, Drum, Carol Elaine ....,.,,...................,........ 33, 47, 50. 54, 131, 132, Drum, Emma lane .............................. 54 Duncan, Vernon Raymond ,...... Dunham, Iames Albert ............. Dunn, Edmund Henry ......... Dunn, Frances Marie ....... Dyck, Doris Ardeth ...... Dye, Max Raymond , ......... Dyer, Herbert Lawrence ..... E Eamon, Edith Ann ..... .......... Edmisson, Mona .................... Edwards, Helen Louise ....,.... Edwards, Melvin Lloyd ....,..,.... Qfffflii ...ffflii 41, Edwards, Merle Ioe .................... 82, 100 Edwards, Robert Bruce .... 86, 130, 145 Egner, Faye Irene ....................... Eqner, William Ioseph ............... Eisenbach, Ioe I., Ir. ...... . E11io't, Henry Vaughn ...... Ellis, Clifford Alvin ............. Ellis, tMrs.1 Iuanita Phillips ..... Embry, Robert Iames ............ 28, 130 Emery, Curtis ........ , ...,..... .. Enders, Paul Max ...... .. Engers, loe Roland ...,... .................. Engle, Loren Merle ................................... Erickson, Walter E. .....,.... 78, 128, 144 Ericson, Alfred Theodore ...........,......,..,... Ethridge, Barbara Lee ....,........... Eubank, Otto LeRoy ,,..,. Evans, Adelia .................... Everhart, Leon Eugene ........ Ewart, Flora Katherine F Fahrbach, Carl George, Ir ..,.... 70, 140 fffQ"66 78, 130 Fahring, Gordon William ............,........, Fair, Iacqueline lean ............ 1 1 196 181 172 161 181 172 196 196 196 196 161 161 196 196 196 195 130 196 172 124 161 181 100 196 196 196 181 147 196 172 181 196 161 181 181 197 196 172 172 197 181 161 82 181 133 197 197 197 181 197 181 197 139 172 100 197 Fanestil, Marjorie Ueanl .........,,. 50, 70, 154 Fankhauser, Geraldine Rose ..,................... 89 Farris, Evelyn Marie ,.............. ,...... 4 3, 90, Feik, Marion .....,.......,.,.,......... ....... l 97, Finley, Geneva Imogene ........ ....... 1 44 Fischer, Wilbur Arthur .......... ..............,........... Fisher, Robert B. ...........................,.............. 74 Fladger, lean Alice ..,..... 66, 117, 135, 154, Fladung, Ierome Francis ...............,...........l 74 Fogleman, lla lane ............,....... u 43, 90, 143 Forbes, Mary Frances ....., ..,..., 3 2, 90, Ford, Patricia lean ....,.... ....... 5 4, 99, Foster, Beatrice Ieanne ................,............... 70, Foster, Robert Lee ...............,,..,.................. 147, Foster, William Robert ...... 82, 100, 104, 145, Fowler, David Warren ................................ 92, Fowler, Earl Wesley ....... ............ Fowler, Mary lane ........ .,.............,..,....... 8 9, Fox, Kathleen .................................,...................... 41, 89, 116, 117, 118, 119, 127, 141 Frazier, Alice Amy ............,............... 42, 142, Frederiksen, Peggy Lou ..........,......... 139, 144, Frazier, Edith Ioy .,.............. ..... 4 2, 90, French, Candace Ann ....... ................ 4 3, Fryer, Charles William ...... ....... 9 3, 144, Funk, Carl Lewis .........,..... ............ 8 6, G . Gadberry, Earl L. ......,.,..... ....... 7 8, 145 Gallatin, Ioe Milton ...,....... ..........,.. 8 6 Garoutte, Louis Winfred ....i.. ........,....... 9 2 Garten, Lee Dean .......,.... ................,.... 1 36 Garvie, Lois Ruth .........,..... ,.... 5 4, 117, 118, Gary, Prentice Thomas ........ ,............,....i....... Gaskill, Evelyn Darline ....... ...... 4 3 Gast, Leroy Frederick ...... ............... Gay, Emma Nadine ...... ............, 7 0, Geist, Elizabeth Ruth .....,.. ,...... 5 9, 130 George, Robert William ,......... ................ 9 3 Gerboth, Mildred A. ..........,..A..............,.....i....... . Getz, Virginia Aletha .....,.. 66, 99, 116, 117 Gibson, Evan Wesley ............. ......, 9 2, 146 Givens, Richard E. ...........,................., 32, 100 Gladfelter, Mary lean ..............., 54, 99, 139 Glaclfelter, Robert Edward.. 78, 130, 133, 146 Glaser, Donald Anthony ..............,....,,.,,....,,,,... Gleichiman, Martha Kathleen .,........,.......,.,.,... 41, 88, 89, 99,143,144 Goad, Dolores .................,.......,..,....,,.,, 99, 198 Goebel, Anne .......,,........,,,,.....,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Goebel, George ....,,.,....,,.,...,,.,,., 82, 126, 134 GOldSIT1ill'1, William Theron .,.......,.,,, 82, 100 Gooch, Nile Ienkins .,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Good, Norman Lawrence ,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,., 1 43 Gordon, Charles Smith ..,..... ,,,,,., 8 2, 100 Gordon, Georgianna ....... ,,,,,,,.,,,,, 4 3 Gordon, Robert D. ........... ,,,,,,,,,.,,,, , " 82 Goss, William E. ........ .,.,,,,,,,,, , Gould, Alan Bruce ............. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 3 Graham, Estamary lane ...... ....,,, 4 3, 154 Graham, Lou Ann ...........,..... ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 '30 Granada, Eunice Marcell ...,,... 89 172 197 197 214 172 182 161 162 197 197 162 182 197 197 162 134 197 197 173 182 182 182 182 197 198 182 182 198 182 198 100 182 198 182 173 198 182 162 182 182 162 173 198 182 319 134 162 162 198 173 182 89 145 182 198 162 198 131 Grass, Eunice Maurine ............., 43, 54 Graves, Chars. Birleigh ,,...,.. ................. Gray, Hubert Moore .......,.. Green, Bernard Ioseph ..... Greene, Donald Watson ,..... Greenlee, Roy L. ................... . Gregory, Richard Leland Grieve, losephine Margarett ..... Griffith, Ruth Clara ......,,........... Griffith, Ruth E. .............,....... . Griffiths, Frank Eugene .......,....... Griggs, Virginia Lee ......... ..... Grimm, Robert Dean .,...,... ..... Grimwood, Marg Marie .....,....... Grimwood, William C. Grissom, Eugene Edward ...... .... Groh, Dorothy lean .......,. Grossarth, Karl Ray ....... Gunkle, Earl Robert ........ Guy, lean Alice ...............,. .,,.,, H Haag, leanette Evelyn ............ Hahne, Fred .......,...........,,... .... Haley, Marjorie Elaine Hall, Charles Porter ......... Halligan, Iohn Ioseph Hanna, Charles Weldon . Hanna, Richard Edwin Hansen, Ethel Dora ........ Hanson, Bonnie Iewell .... Hargadine, Alice Adeline Hargadine, Leona More .. 41, 88, 89, .,.fQff'E5 82 ee, 132 82, 109 Qifiili as 43, 90 90, 99 9615.1 521-1166 fffli 90 98, 126 Harmon, Lloyd Otto ....,.....,........,, Harmon, Rex Alan .,.........,. ,...... 1-larnden, Beverly lean .,.,........ Harris, Florence Ethel ,...... .,.. Harrison, Harrison, Forrest W. .,.........,.,....,. . Harrison, George Raymond ,..... Harrison, Ronald lean ......... Hart, Lee David ...,..,......,,.,, Hartenbower, Betty Lee ........ Hartzler, Findley E. ........,,. . Haskell, Mary .......,.,.. Haskell, Ralph W. ,...,... . Hassler, Martha lean ...,.... Hawkins, Mary lva ,,,...,,,.,,,, Hawkins, Robert Ernest ,....... Hawley, Virgil Lee ,,,,...,,,,, Hedges, loyce Merrilyn ....... Hedinger, Charles M. .. Hefner, Mary Clarena 1-lefty, Wilma Lois .....,. Heinen, Eileen ..............,.. Helmley, lris Lucille .......,. Henery, Venetta Loree ........ .... Hess, Robert Stanley .....,.. Iiett, Helen ..,..........,........ Highwood, Dolly May ,..... Hill, Charles Rhea ........ f2l4j Ann ....................,,,,...... 5571555 521235 fffffsli .,.Qff96 43 145 ,..fQff'iiQi 66f"156 89 1 1 1 Hett, Helen Max'ne .....................A....,.,.... . Hjertstedt, Virginia Lee ...................,........ 116, 117 118, 119 I-loch, Ioan Katherine ............A.................A Hoffman, Dona'd Gene ........,. Hoffman, Lois Fern .........,. Hoffman, Muriel Aline ........ Hogg, Merle Eugene ,..,..... Hohne, Fred C. .............,.,....... . Holdredge, Harold Rodney Hollingsworth, Otto Leon ....... Holman, Donald Keith .,.,.,.. Holmes, Horace Frank ...., Holmes, Paul Monroe ..... Homberg, Willis Iohn ........... Hooper, Edwin Spencer ...... Horst, George Frederick ...... 82 63 ...ffftii 78, 134 ffffff'55 Horton, Nina Lucille ................ Hoskin, Christena Theresa .............,.. 42 Hostetter, Norma lean .,........... Hovey, Lucy Ida ...,.....,......... Howard, William Lewis ....... Hoyt, Harold L. ................, , Huebert, Lois Faye ........ Hughes, Iuanita Marie ..... Hume, Alverna Lea ...... Hunt, Bernice Marie ...... Hurt, Virgil Evan ...,........ Hyden, Victor M., Ir. ..... .. I Irwin, Georgia Gail ........... lrwin, Iames Mack ...... - I Iackson, lames Ross ......... Iacob, Marshall Linn ....... Iacob, White A. ................ . lacobe, Travis Richelie ..... Iaenecke, Betty lo .......,....... Iaggard, Robert E. ........ . lames, Patricia Louise ...... Iennings, Dale Willis ......., Ietty, Naomi Lucille ........... Johnson, George Borden ..... Iohnston, Iacelyn .............. Iones, Allene Lucina ....... Iones Charles F. ........... . Iones Conrad Vinson ..... Jones Leland Dale ....... Iones Rex Eugene ......... Iones Robert Eugene ...... Iones, Iones William Lee ....... Willard G. ....... . Iordan, Grant Lee ,......... Jordan, Robert Grant ....... Iudd, Kenneth H. ...... . luhlin, Lloyd Deane .,.... Iuhlin, Wayne S. ...... . ...ffliiil ....fff"Qi5 89 ....f.f."li5f' ....ff"56f' "'96.""55f' 74. 1 1 314 199 199 199 183 173 136 343 200 173 200 173 136 100 183 200 183 200 201 163 125 147 173 200 200 130 100 154 200 183 200 183 163 200 200 173 163 100 270 93 200 173 200 200 200 200 183 201 200 145 83 163 184 201 K Karnes, Ernestine Kay ..... . Karnes, Frank L., Ir. ....... Karnes, Robert Duane ....... Kay, Phyllis Felver ...... Keil, Robert Scott ....... Kelly, Vincent ................ Kerr, Kenneth Wayne ..... Kesmaul, Phillis ..................... Kessler, Richard Harold ...... 83 43, fffQ."ii5""""' Kimple, Adolph I. , .........,.i........ ........... . .. Kimple, Anne Mae Turner ......... Kind, Maxine LaVerne ............ King, David Mervin ...,.......... King, Mary Regina ..................... Kleck, Henry Robert ...,.......... Klostermann, Helen Marie 43, Knapp, Theresa Ruth .....,......... . Knight, LaVerna Mae ....,.. Knoeppel, Betty Louise ...... Knoeppel, Paul Edward ...... Knotts, Esther Virginia ...... Knotts, Ruth Genevieve ....... Knouse, Carl N. ........,....... . Knouse, Norma lean ........ . ...... Kobbeman, Clyde Keith ..... Koone, Donald Lee ........... Korte, Anthony August ..,.... Kowalski, lack Warran .,... 5615 6514212 fffnbli ...ff'6E 67 671--ll-7 Qffffbs Kramer, Carrie Ann .............. .. . Krueger, George ......................, Kuhlman, Laura Mae ........ 70 99, 140 Kuenning, Donald Walter ......... Kutnink, Marjorie Ioyce .... 70, L LaCerte, Gerald Duane ...... Lake, Dorothy ..................... 55155 Lambert, Mary Cecil ........................,.... .... Lane, Iohn D. ............................. . 83, 100 Laney, Velma Lorene 42, 90, 137, 143 Lang, Lowell .............................................. Largent, Velda Mary .............. Larkin, lack ............,....,.......... Larson, Charles David ........ Larson, Wallace Eugene ........ Latas, Forrest Fayne ........... Lauck, Homer Robert ............. Laurenzana, Louis Gregory Laybourn, Helen Briggs ......... Lee, Marilyn ....................... Lee, Richard Wayne ....... Legresley, Leon R. ....... . Lemons, Donald Lee ..... Lenigan, Robert R. .,.. . Lenke, Kenneth Lee .............. Lenz, Treva Lorraine .. .,........,.... . Leonard, Robert DeGolyer ff.fff9Li"1 42, 90, 54, 1 1 Leroux, Phyllis ....,.....................................,.... 41, 89, 99, 126, 131 , 137, 141 Lewis, Albert Lessie ................,................... Lewis, loanne Laverne ..............r............... 52151 201 173 201 201 145 163 163 201 147 184 163 201 201 201 130 201 67 201 184 163 198 198 201 184 100 201 210 184 201 201 174 144 184 201 184 202 174 184 174 202 202 174 202 100 144 232 184 184 130 164 202 184 202 174 202 164 174 184 Lewis, Leila Given ..,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, 5 O, 70 Lewis, Norma lean ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,A Lewis, Robert Humphrey ....... . 74, 130, Liggett, Earl R. ........,,.,,,,,,,... ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,4, , Liggett, Harry Floyd .,......... .,.. Lindburg, Clifford E. ............... , Linden, William Donald .,,...,. Lindsey, Rhea lean ....,...i .......,..,.,...,, Litchfield, Elton L. ,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, , Litchfield, Glen E. ,,,....,.,,...,,,,,,,,,, 79, 136 Litchfield, Meredith Charles ...... 83, 104 Litchfield, William tBi1D ......,..,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,. 83, 100, 104. 108, 124, Loney, Theodore Harper ,,.,,,,,,,,, 93, 100 Long, Samuel Lowell, ..,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 51, 74 Lonneberg, Charles Mitchell ...,.,.,,,,, 79 Love, Carl Lawrence ,.,,,,l,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Love, Glenn Harvey ......... ,,l,, 9 3 Love, Roy Levern ......... Loveless, Virginia .1,.. Loy, Harold Wayne ,.....,,,,,,,,..,..,, Lusk, Perry Stuart ........,,...,........... Lybarger, Ester Ruth ,,.,..,, 43, Lyon, Edwin Garth ...,,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,,. M McAnarny, Charles Alfred .,.,,. McAnarny, Iames A. ............ . ...fre 79 89, 137 McAntee, Edward Eugene .......... McCabe, Frances lean ................ McCants, Colleen Vivian 1..... McC1enny, Dan Clark ......,. McCorkle, Stephen Iohn ........ McCormally, Iohn Patrick ...,.. 43, 89 fffff'95 McCue, Leo Ioseph ,.,.,,,,,,.,,, .,,,,,. , 1V1cCu1lough, Edith ,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, McDaniel, Richard Lawrence ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, McGuire, Harvey Charles ...... McGuire, Michael I. ,,,,,,,,,,.,,., , Mcllvain, Kenneth Roy ..,. McKinley, Glen Oliver ...,. McNeill, Edith Alice ......,., McQuin, McQuin Mcljeak, Ioseph Walter .. McVay, Lyle Leonard ..... McVey, Hal Eugene ......... Maclaskey, Wallace E. Magouirk, Ierean Edi'h Richard Davis ..,,. , Robert Lee ........... ...Fi 75, 104 fffffff'65f'11'9 1 1 1 Malambri, Frank Anthony, Ir, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Mallory, Mildred Arlene ,,,,,,,,,., ,,,.,,,,,,, Mannen, Dixie Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 3, Maring, Lloyd Keith .......,. Markin, Iohn William ...., Markley, Faye Helene ...... Marlar, Marsh, Betty Lou .........,,,, Eleanor Eula ..... ,. Martin, Glenn Frank ....... Martin, Lucille fCo1yer1 ...,. Martin, Stanley Owen ...... Martin, Mason Wayne Winton ...,. Etta Mae ............, 63 43, 42 43 1 1 1 174 184 174 184 202 164 202 174 164 184 184 202 202 154 174 130 164 202 144 164 174 174 174 202 185 174 202 202 174 202 154 202 174 164 174 203 144 164 185 203 234 100 174 203 175 185 185 175 185 203 203 203 203 164 203 164 185 164 185 121 6 Mast, Elsie Norvida ....,... Mathews, lohn Mansel ........ Mathews, Noreen Ann ........ Matson, Everett Ray ......... ,,.,..,,, Mauderly, Allen Iohn ................ Maxwell, Calvin William ...... Maxwell, Jacqueline Anne .... Mayes, Melva Delores .... 50 Mayes, Ronald Wayne ..,....... Meeker, George Iacob .......,... Meierhoff, Iessie Irene ....l......, Melville, William George ....., Menzie, Robert Eugene ..,...,,. Mercer, David 1. ................... . Merilatt, CO'C1eal Nadine ....,. Merrick, Horace Buchanan ., Mersmann, lvo lohn .......... 93 Miles, Leon Hubert ....... Miller, Gerald Dean ........ Miller, Iames R. ........,..... . Miller, Kathleen Rosida ..... Miller, Maxine Vesta ,...,. Miller, Patricia Pearl ....... Milsap, Galen Maurice ...... Mitchell, Robert Ralph ......... Mitchell, Wilbur Eugene ...,...,...,,,.,, Mobley, CG1oria1 loyce ..,....,... Moeckel, Valetta lewell .....,.. Moore, Charles Arthur ......... Moore, Glen Edward ....... Moore, Harold Wayne ...,..,.., Moore, Moore, Lucille Louise ..........,, Virginia Lee .. 55, 99 Moorehead, Rosalie Evelyn ....,.,,,,., Morford, Weldon Dee ...........,. Morgan, Robert William ....... Morray, Norman Hugh ........., 74 63 92 126 79 63 ,116 Morris, Alvin Eugene ,....... 23 83 Morris, David Clark ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Morse, C. Ralph .......,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mosby, Gerald Neil .....,.... ...,., 8 3 Moses, luanita Kathryn ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 126 55 93 89 138 83 137 128 136 55 116 59 43 131 126 87 100 Mott, Charline Ann ........1......,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,, Mott CMrs.l Edith McCready .... 71 132 Mott, Robert Allen ...,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 75 Mulsow, Neva E. .......,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, 55, 99 Murphy, CMaryl Maurine .. 50, 55, 98 Murray, 1. Pauline ......,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Murray, Laurence Bertrand ........ Musch, Robert Keith ,..,,,1,.,,,,, Myers, Mary Aileen ..,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Myers, Sylvia Lavon ,,,,,, ,,,,,, N Nall, Carl Kehl ......,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Neaderhiser, George Ronald ..... 43, 130 91, 93 Nelson, Earl Franklin .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Nelson, Orval Dean ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Nelson, Wallace A. .,,,.,, 1,,,, , Newberry, Guy F. ...,. . Newton, Charles I. Neyer, Leo 1. .......,.. , 1 87 91, 93 1 1 1 175 185 164 136 165 203 185 185 203 165 185 203 175 203 185 203 165 175 185 175 203 165 203 175 203 203 175 175 136 203 204 204 185 175 204 204 204 165 204 165 204 137 204 165 165 185 165 165 185 204 204 165 165 175 145 204 175 166 204 175 Nicholas, tMelba Alberta ............ 59, 139. Nichols, Iacquelyne Kim ,,..... ,....,.,, 4 3 Nickels, Helen lane ....,.,..........,......,... 67 Noland, Betty lean .................................. 41, 88, 90 130, 132 Notson, Raymond Parrish ..... Novak, Evelyn Lee .....,............ Nuessen, Raymond Clements O O'Dea, Iohn David ....1........... O'Donnell, Iames Albert ....,. O,Haro, Reeta DeAun ........ . fiflffifffkii 42 1 1 O'Mara, Patrick Henry .,,.....,,...1 75, 135, Osborn, George Carl .....,.,..... .....,............ Osborn, Wayne Warren ..,.,.. .................. Ousley, Robert Grant ........................ 136, Overholt, Dorothy Arlene ...' ........................ 59, 99, 138, 139. Overholt, Harry R. .,................................,.. . Oyler, Melvin Lee ..........,............................. Oyler, Sherman Iohn, Ir. ...... ...,.. . P Page, Eula Marcile .... 41, 88, 90, 99 Parhm, Baker ............,...,..,....,.,.,.......,......,..... Parhm, Gordon ............................ 87, 100, Parsons, Ioseph Alvian, Ir. ..... . 135, 145 Patterson, Louis Edward ............. ...... 8 3 Pattie, Hannah Iean ...r........ Payne, Iohn Louis ........ Payne, Mary Anne ,........ Pearse, Elmer Newton .....,.., Peck, Orville Raymond .,.... 1 1 Pedigo, Iohn Walter ,...,.........,...................... Peery, Kenneth Edward ..,....,.. 79, 133, Pelch, Mary Ann .........,.....,. .,...,.,...,...,.,,,,, Pennington, Wilma Iean ...,.....,.,..,, Pennington, Zelma Dee ............ Pennybaker, Dale Atherly ..... 71, 99, Pentecost, Calvin Maurice ............ .,....... Pedaris, Peter ,,,..,,..,..,..,,...,...,.. Perkins, Elizabeth Thomas 43, Perry, Edward Nelson ,...,,......, Peters, William Dennis .....,..,., Petersen, Mary Ieccesa ....,... Petersen, Patrene Leahnora ., Peterson, Albert Lavern ....... 89, 118 fQ1f1ffQf"55"' 63, 1 1 Peterson, Patricia Ann ,.,.,,.....,.. 55, 99, Pettigo, John ....,..........,......,.., ,.,,.,,,,,,.,, , ,, Ptautz, Addison Charles ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Pflaum, Nedra Beverly ,,,..... ,,,,, 7 1, Philips, Alfred McKenzie ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Philips, Morton Orla ...,.....,.,,,..,.,t,,.,,,,,,,,,i, Phillips, Valeria Eileen ...... 43, 59, 140 Phipps, Walter H. ...,..,...,...,.,,,,,..,,,,.,.., 83, Pierce, Vivian Ann ,.,..,. Pierson, Nancy Lee ........ Plummer, Russell Lee ...... Polk, Charles Harry ...,..,. 185 Poppino, Iames Iustice ....... .... 204 Powell, lack Donald ............ 166 Powers, Clayton Emery .........,..,............... Pownell, Vesta Iosephine ........................ 166 .............,...,.,............ 43, 89, 130, 142 175 Price, Carol Eileen ........... ........,................ 204 Price, Dorothy Ruth ....,. ,...... 5 9. 98, 92 Presock, C. Margaret ........ .,.................... . .. Prothe, Wilbert .............. ............,......l...... Provo, Harold Iarnes ......., 59, 138, 139 Puhr, Barbara Claire ..............,............. 42 155 Purdy, Luther Iirl ..,........,... ..,.,,..........,.,...........,. 175 Pyle, Reginald Fredrick ..,.. l...,.. 204 175 R 186 Radabaugh, Marjorie Lowe .........,.................... 185 Radcliff, Roberta Maxine ...,.. ........ 4 3, 175 Radke, Norman Leroy ........ ............... 9 2 Ramy, CLois1 Ioanne ........... ....... 175 Randolph, Bettie Louise ............................,....... 176 Redmond, Lois LaVerne .A.................................. 185 Rees, Anna Belle ,l.............. 90, 130, 132, 186 Rees, Mary Alice .....,.......... 90, 130, 132, Reeser, Wilbur Eugene .... 87, 104, 108, Reeves, Keith Wilson .................................. Reichardt, Dorothy Ida .............. 41, 88, 176 Reid, Anita Marie ...................... 41, 89 166 Revitte, Francis 1. ..,,.......................,......... . 196 Rhodes, Denzil Lawrence .......l....,......... 204 Rice, Floyd Iohn .................................................. 204 Rich, Leonard Francis ..,............, 51, 79 205 Richards, Elizabeth Ann ............ 50, 63 100 Richards, Imogene ..,........... ............ 7 1 205 Richards, Mary Gertrude ........ ....l...... 205-f Richards, Robert Yale .,.,. 1, ....,. . 186 Richter, Robert F. .,.......,. 87 Riddle, Barbara Ellen ,..... .........,. 166 Riddle, Manuel Cobb ......... .........,..... 139 Ridenour, Nadine Lucille .... ......... 5 5 205 Riegle, Roy W., Ir. ......... ,........ . . 205 Riggs, Arthur Leland ...... ......,....,...... 205 Riggs, Frank D. ............ ..........,.,...,..., . 186 Riley, Claude C., Ir. ..,...... ...,... 9 1, 93 205 Rindorn, Gail Grant ,........,. .........,,...,... 205 Ringwald, Lillian Bertha ........ .....,... 4 3 205 Roberts, Dorothy Alice ........ ........... 166 Roberts, Lorena Belle .......,...... ...,........... 186 Robinson, Anne Louise ...............,,,...,...... 166 .....................,....,.., 41, 89, 99, 118 186 .....,,............................. 130, 132, 134, 205 Robinson, Betty lune ,.,................................. 205 Robinson, David Wallace ........ 87, 100, 166 Robinson, Helen Louise ..........., 42, 89, 205 Robinson, Randolph Burdette .,.,.,,,,.,,,,..., 154 Robison, tHaze11 Ioan ...,...,..,,...,,.,,,,..., 50, 166 Rodriguez, Reinaldo Elpideo .................. 205 Rogers, Betty Iean .......................,........ 42 166 Rogers, Mary Jean .........,,........, 43, 90 144 Rogers, Mary Lou ..,........,.,.. ....,..........,.. 98 Ropfogel, Albert Harry ,,,.,....,,.,.,,...,.,....,., 100 Ropiogel, Leonard Mitchell ,..,.......... ........ 100 Ross, Bobbie lean .... 59, 116, 118, 130 1 217 1 1 186 109 92 149 205 166 205 205 176 205 206 206 186 206 206 206 206 206 167 167 176 206 176 176 167 100 167 176 167 176 176 186 206 206 206 186 176 206 176 186 167 176 206 206 177 167 176 167 186 206 176 206 186 176 206 186 187 176 1 1 1 I 1 1 . . Ross, Phyllis May ........................... Roush, Mrs. Betty lrwin ....,...,,. Rowlands, Margaret Gwendolyn ....., ....... Royer, Donald Iack .,....,...... ,...........,......... Royer, Harold Vernon .....l.......l............l....... Ruby, Elizabeth leanne ......,....... 43, 99, Ruple, Mary Louise ........ ............. 4 2 S Sadowski, Frank Donald .,,... .... Saffels, Dale Emerson ............ .... Sander, Raymond Ioseph ........................ Sanders, Eileen Wanda ..........,..,.....,,,.... 41, 142, 143 Sanstrom, Betty lean ...,.... 42, 89, 143 Sorenson, Betty Louise ,..,...,,..... 55, 98 Sauder, Harriet Eleanor .... ........... 1 39 Sauder, Harold Iames ..... .................,.,,. Sauder, Marjorie Ann ................ 63, 98 Sauder, Max Leon ,,.,..,,,......, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Scales, William Clifford .......i.. 83, 100 Scharff, Charles E. ....................,,..,..,.. 83 Schauer, Clarence Herbert ....,.,,..,,,..,,,,, Schrnedemann, Pauline Dorothy .........,. Scholes, George Lawrence 83, 138 Schoff, Opal Mae ,..,,..,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 63 Schroeder, Phyllis Ann ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Schroll, Richard Adney 1 ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 43 Schult, Kenneth Eugene .,....,.. 75 Schultz, lack N. ..............,,,,., ,,,., 8 3 Schwab, Vermona Lee ,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Schwarm, Maurine Louise ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, Schwindt, Alice Louise ...,.,.,,,,,., 43, 89 Scott, Edward Everette ...........,... Scott, Leo Edmond ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Scott, Marjorie Lou Clymer Sebert, William G, ,,,,,,,,,,,,., , Seifert, Phyllis lean ........... Selig, Leonard Wayne .. Selvy, Grace H. .....,,,.,il, . Severns, Eunice Louise .. Shafer, Barbara Ioyce . Shafer, Kermit Marlow .. Shanelec, Gail K. ..,.,,,,,. Sharp, lack Henry ........ Shaw, Elinor Mae ,,,,,,,,,,,, Shaw, Vernon Buell ........ Sheeley, Mary Kay ...,. Shields, Ivan lose h U p ---.Y,-- Short, William E. 1 ,.... Shown, Charlotte Louise-.1117 .... Shupe, Edmond A. ........ . Sibel, Lona Marie ...,... Sigler, Harold Iames ..... Skoch, Carl Eugene ...... Sloan, Raymond Willia IT1 Smale-s, Pat Ruth ..,.,..,,,,,,,,,, Smiley, Max ....,.,..,.... Smith, Alvin Noel ......,. fff'Li'1 63 75, 100, 109, 67 149 79 79 130 67 100 83 146 144 137 167 75 144 147 100 67 144 144 99 144 136 109 141 149 83 92 71 89 130 55 154 147 130 146 207 "55Q"1'66f' 111 N55 59 79 N55 71 104 1 206 207 176 187 187 187 207 147 176 92 187 207 139 329 207 187 207 167 187 207 187 167 187 130 207 187 207 207 187 207 177 187 177 187 187 167 168 168 187 187 207 177 207 83 329 168 177 207 168 207 207 168 133 208 208 208 L 218 Smith, Donald Fred ........ ............. Smith, Gerald Lee ............................. Smith, Irene Agnes .... 43, 89, 130 Smlth, Iarnes Taylor .. 91, 93, 130 Smith, LaMoyne Milton ................... Smith, Leland Fred ........... ...... Smith Robert Ernest ....... ......... Smith Ronald Kirk .1.... ........1. 9 2 Smith, Ruth Ioan ............................... Snyder, Helen Irene ..,.,... 127, 132 Snyder, Iohn E. ................................ . Snyder, Norma lean ..................1.... Snyder, William H. ..... . Soderstrom, Anetha ......... Soph, Armin Edward ...... Spade, Erin E. ...........,... . Spatz, Earl Dennis ............ Spatz, Lloyd DeWayne ...... Spellman, Martha ................ Squier, Frankie Donald ..... Stackhouse, Warren Cleary Stacy, Gale Clark ............... Stanton, William Baxter .... Stead, Marjorie lean ..,.,.. Steffe, Ianet Fay ....,...... Steg, Mary Ann ....,..... Stern, Donald Ray ..,,...,.,. Stevens, Mary Evelyn ........ Stewart, Iohn E. ...........,.. . Stewart, Norma lean ...... Stewart, Vilda Arlene ........ Stinson, Dale Bernard, Ir. .. Stoeppelwerth, Marie E. ,,... . Stokes, Bob Dean ....,....... Strauch, Paul .....,................. Stuart, Charles Louis .......... Sturdevant, Richard Lynn . Sturdy, George Lincoln ....... Sutton, Muriel Sara ............. Sutton, Thomas Ralph ....... Swezey, Betty Anne ........ Swinhart, Mina lane .......... T 83, 104 ffffff'15 87, 100 .,.,... fs? 67, 99 "ffQfff'lii ....fff56 fffiii fQfff'Li5 71 Taber, Mary L. ,......,.......,..., 42, 116, 117 Tallady, Burrell Grant ........ Taylor, Francis 1-1. ........,..... 51, 83, 126 Taylor, Lola lean .......... ...................... Teichgraeber, lean ...... ....... 5 5, 99 Terry, Cecil Adele ....... .............. 4 3 Tholen, Robert H. .......,..... .............. . Thomas, Iarrett Harlcn ...... .... Thomas, Leo Elmo ........... ..., Thresher, Grace Ellen ......... .... Todd, Phyllis Eileen ........ Torrance, Anne .....................,................... Travis, David Edward .............,................ Trennepohl, Harlan 1. ........ 92, 124, 127 Tressler, Elsie Ilene .......1.......................... Trice, lulia lane ........................ 59, 140 Trautman, Donald Ediward ........ 79, 134 Trusler, Ivan Harry ............................ 75 l 1 1 1 1 1 Webb, Roland Lee ..,.......,... Tucker, Verita Yvonne ..........,, Turner, Helen Annabelle Turner, Ioe E. ...................... 51 U Unruh, lunic Leota ................. Utter, Eugene Lee .................... Utter, lack Douglas ................. Utting, Mary lo...41, 99, 138 V Valyer, Glenna Ruth ............. Valyer, Richard Ardon .......... Vcmcil, Mary Frances ..,......... Van Soyoc, Charles ..........,...,, Vandavere, Helen Lrene .. 59 Van Sickle, Loy Thomas ....... Vantuyl, Robert Vernon .,..,.... V iets, Lola Mae ..,.......,.,,...,... Vlcek, Maxine Alice .............. Vlcek, Velma Arlene .. 50 59, Voeste, Rosemary Francis .l.. W Wagner, Albert I. .................. , Wagner, Patricia Hamilton ..... Walraien, Donald Eugene .... Wamser, Marjorie Marie .,.... Wamser, Preston Eugene ........ Ware, Mary Martha ....,........ Watson, lack Harold ........ Vlfeinman, Eugene Charles .... Welch, Frances Ann .............. Welch, Iames loseph ....... Weller, Leslie Samuel ............ Vlfelsh, Ieanne ............,,........... Westbrooks, Claude Wallace Westbrooks, Earl Monroe ...... White, Mrs. Charlotte Gallin VVhite, tElizabethl Nanette ...... White, Marion Earl .....,.,........ Vlfhite, Mary Lou .,.,,,,,...,, ...... Whitesell, Phyllis E. ............... . Vtfhitlow, Eleanor lean .... 42 Whitlow, Margaret Alice ,,....,. 1 42 87, 125 87 , 141, 144 42, 89 98, 139 ffQffff'55 99, 140 63 ....fff'52 ...Qf'5l' 50, 67 ffQQfQQfffff"Li5 55 89, 142 90, 116, 140, 142, 143, 144 177 188 209 169 209 188 Wichert, Fred l. ..,...,.. . 90 Wiley, Neill, E. ................. . 188 Wilhite, Charles Cecil ...... Vtlilhite, Dorothy Marie ......... W'ill, Mary Evelyn ...,............... VV ilson 188 209 Wilson Vlfilson, Williams, Regina Virginia .... ....QQf955 Williamson, Frederick Eugene ...,.. ...... 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