Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

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lA'maia;JACK KOWALSKI, Editor [2] mt:A COLLEGE year as it takes place, a panorama of scenes and events as they happen - this is the purpose Sunflower. Dedication By John I . McCormally When the war ended, the frayed ends of young men’s lives were bound up again; the web was pulled tight and from the ends of the earth youth turned home. Whatever their confusion and uncertainty, they knew somehow that going home — going back to the beginning — would give them their second start at life. So they gravitated back to the places and to the tasks they were at when war came. And they hoped desperately that nothing had changed. The young men who came back to Emporia State found an emptiness. The school was clambering back to its peace-time place among American colleges. The strain of war had gone with the uniforms that had dominated campus life. Laughter, experimentation, hard work and a flair for the future made it seem that indeed one had come home and nothing was changed. But Thomas W. Butcher was no longer president of Emporia State and to the students who had studied under his cautious, stimulating guidance, his absence made the coming home a little less perfect than the dreams had pictured. Yet it was only fitting that, just as young men rested from battle, so too. Thomas Butcher at 76 should choose to rest from a long, full life. Even then, his first request for retirement after 30 years as president, was refused by the Board of Regents which begged him to stay on the job another year. In 1944, he stepped down from a position which had never been a high or important one until he made it so. Young Tom Butcher had frolicked with the young state of Kansas and grew to maturity with it. He went steadily up in the world, from cow-punching to a rural school teaching job. He worked his way to his own college degrees; then settled down to guiding others to similar goals. In 1913, even before the young men’s fathers went to their war, Thomas Butcher became president of Emporia State. During the decades he was here, Emporia State grew into the college recognized today. More than half a dozen buildings were constructed— the administration building, the music hall, the women’s dormitory, the power plant, the student union, the laboratory school and the home economics building now used as a library annex. Today students walk under the elms President Butcher planted. But the real measure of this leader is not to be found in the physical growth of the school under his direction. Rather is he recognized as the influence that guided this school toward recognition as one of the country’s leading teacher-training institutions. Under President Butcher Emporia State grew from little Kansas State Normal to an American college of first rank. Few men are so fortunate as Thomas Butcher in finding the end of their jobs near the end of their years. But as age lowered its weight [ 4 ]Dr. Thomas W. Butcher on this man, and demanded rest, there was no hesitancy, he had no regrets. He felt that he had done all he could in the job he had chosen, and he was ready to quit in deference to passing time. He wrote to the Board of Regents, requesting retirement: “ . . . . Thirty years constitute a goodly time in all things human.” As president emeritus, Thomas Butcher continued to walk through administration building halls, to sit in his office, to teach a class or two. But now he was only an observer, watching the motion of machinery he had built. New students came and few knew him. For vigorous, hardworking Tom Butcher, there was now only the restless waiting. Then, on July 14, 1947, at the age of 80, he died. The academic world paused to note his going, Emporia buried one of its civic leaders, one of the last of a generation which spread wide the name of the town, and the young men went on picking up the frayed ends of their lives — without a good friend.The editor wishes to thank the Sunflower staff for their wonderful assistance in the production of the 1948 Sunflower. A special note of thanks to Miss Norene Magathan. Publicity Department Secretary, for her untiring efforts in typing much of the copy, tolerating the editor’s jokes, and relaying messages to the Sunflower Staff. A Backward GlanceFRANK CARLSON Governor of Kansas The Board of Regents Standing, Left to Right—Hubert Brighton, Topeka: Willis N. Kelly, Topeka; Drew McLaughlin, Paola: Grover Poole, Manhattan: L. B. Spake, Kansas City, Kansas; Oscar Stauffer, Topeka. Seated, Left to Right—F. M. Harris, Ottawa; Mrs. Klizahcth llaughcy, Concordia; Lester McCoy, Garden City; Jerry Driscoll. Russell; Miss Betty Reed, Topeka. [ « ]David . MacFarlane President, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia President David L. MacFarlane began his third year as president of Emporia State Teachers College July 1, 1947. During this period of service President MacFarlane has won the esteem and friendship of the faculty and student body alike. [ 9 ]Dean of Men Victor T. Trusler Dean of Women Miss Mildred Mitchell Business Manager R. G. Cremer Registrar Dr. Ray C. Maul Placement Director Alex Daughtry Director of Publicity Herbert Hollinger [ 10 ]II(Mills (iI The Departments ★ ★ Fourth Row, l.t’ft to Right Dr. Claude E. Arnett. Head of Social Science Department: C. I . Baber. Head of Department of Library Science: Elbert L. Barnhart. Head of Department of Industrial Arts: Dr. Orville J. Borchers. Head of Department of Music: Dr. John Breukelman. Head of Department of Biological Science. Third Row, l.cft to Right Dr. S. Winston Cram. Head of Department of Physical Science: Norman Kppink. Head of Department of Art: Dr. John E. Jacobs. Head of Department of Education. Director of Teacher Training: .Miss Edna McCullough. Head of Department of Women's Physical Education: E. C. McGill. Head of Department of Commerce. Second Row, Left to Right -Dr. Minnie Miller. Head of Department of Modern Language: Dr. Oscar Peterson. Head of Department of Mathematics: Dr. George R. R. Pflauni, Head of Department of Speech: Dr. Everett Rich, Head of Department of English; Dr. II. E. Schrammel. Head of Department of Psychology and Philosophy, Director Bureau of Educational Measurements. First Row. Left to.Right—F. G. Welch. Director of Athletics and Head of Department of Health and Men’s Physical Education. Miss Kathryn Whitten, Head of Department of Home Economics. [ 11 ]Hfth Row. Left to Right F. Li. G. Agrelius. Biological Science: J. R. Aiken. Modern Languages; Miss Vida Askew. English: Herman Baehr, Commerce; W. N. Baker, Physical Science. Fourth Rou Left to Right—Dr. E. R. Barrett, English; Miss Jeanette Bigge, Education; Dr. C. Stewart Bocrtman, Social Science; Miss Elizabeth Boldenwick. Music; Miss Gladys Briggs. Speech. Third Row, Left to Right—Merle Brooks, Biological Science; llomcr Bush, Director of Print Shop; Walter W. Butcher, Social Science; G. A. Buzzard, Social Science; E. J. Calkins, Education. Second Row. Left to Right—Keith (laywood. Physical Education; Mrs. Margaret Coghill, Education; Denis Cowan. Music; Miss Hortcnse Crawford, Education; Miss Ann Davies. Music. First Row. Left to Right—Dim E. Davis. Education and Supervising Principal, Roosevelt High School; Floyd E. Davis, Modern Language; Lewis K. Davis, Physical Science; Dr. V. A. Davis, English; Mrs. Fred Day. English. Facuity ★ ★ •) [ 12 ]★ ★ Faculty First Hou Left to Right—A. Raoul Delmare. An: Mrs. Raoul Dclmare, English: Miss Irene DeMun, Music: Miss Rida Duckwall, Commerce; Roy Durham, Social Science. Second Ron, Left to Right Miss Harriet Elcock. Library Science: Walter Elder. Commerce; Everett Fish, Men’s Physical Education; Miss Irene Fox, Education; Mrs. Elizabeth Francoeur, Women’s Physical Education. Third Rou Left to Right -Miss Ida Franz. Music; Miss Catherine Freeman. Education; Miss Susan Friend. Education; Mrs. Wanie Froning, Home Economics; Miss Helen Gurman, Education. Fourth Row, l.eft to Right -C. F. Gladfelter, Biological Science: Miss Anne Goebel. Education; Dr. W. II. Gray. Psychology; Miss Rosa Hagerman, Education; Robert M. Hankins. Biological Science. Fifth Row, l.eft to Right -Miss Irene Hansen, Library Science; Leroy Harper. Men's Physical Education; Charles Haskell. Education; Miss Pauline Henderson. English; Charles M. Hendricks. Music. Faculty Not Pictured—Dr. II. Francis James. Art. [ 13 ]Fifth Hoic, Left ta Right—Miss Ada Hodgson. Library Science; Dale Hogan, Industrial Arts; Victor Hiett. Commerce; Miss Beulah Houlton. Education; Dr. Clifton B. Huff, Social Science. Fourth How, l.e t to Right—Miss Faye Huffman, Laboratory School Libraries; Miss Emma Humble, Education; Miss Ruth Hutcheson. Education; Miss Judith Jacobs, Education; Miss Valela Jeffrey, Music. Third How, Left to Right Miss M. Irene Johnson, Music; Miss Adelaide Kauzer. Commerce; Miss Betty Kingman, Education; Paul Kutnink. Men’s Physical Education; Lester Laird, Mathematics. Second How, Left to Right—Miss Gertrude Lemon, Library Science; Leopold Liegl, Music; C. D. Long, Commerce; Myrl D. Long. Education and Vice-Principal Roosevelt High School; Ralph Lynn, English.. First How, Left to Right—Miss Alice McDonnell, Speech; Miss Barbara Mandell. Women’s Physical Education; Dr. 0. W. Mosher. Jr.. Social Science; Dr. Joseph W. Nagge, Psychology; Mrs. June Nolz, Education. Facuity ★ ★ [ H ]★ ★ Family First Row. Left to Right—Ward Overboil. Physical Science; Theodore Owens. English; Mark Pedigo, .Men’s Physical Education: Virgil Person. Music; Miss Olive Phelps. Education; A. W. Philips, Mathematics. Second Rote. I.eft to Right—Mrs. Elsie Pine, Library Science; Miss Laurie Remschel. Women’s Physical Education; R. L. Roahcn. English; Alfred Schmutz. Music; Vernon Sheffield, Music; H. Dennis Sherk, Speech. ThinI Row. Left to Right Miss Maud Shore. Library Science; Miss Catherine Strousc. Music: Paul Strubc, Industrial Arts; Edwin Stuntzncr, Music; Charles B. Tucker. Mathematics; Duane Tucker, Speech. Fourth Row, Left to Right Clair Turner. Health Education; Miss Esther Vandervclde, Library Science; S. P. Vincent. Social Science; Mrs. Lillian Vogel, Music; Miss Pearl Vollruth, Education; Miss Della Warden. Education. Fifth Row, I.eft to Right Miss Pearl Weidman, Music; Joseph Withcy. Speech; Dr. Dale Zeller. Education. f 15 ][ 17 ]Graduate Students Dr. George Hill Head of Graduate School ASH LOCK. Robert A. Sterling F. T. A. BYERS, Marvin E. Emporia Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club DAY, Jessie May Cornett Kappa Delta Pi. F. T. A.. Elementary Club GOENTZEL, Ur, J. Hillsboro Y. M. C. A. HARRISON, George R. Emporia Kappa Delta Pi. F. T. A., Elementary Club, Newman Club MOORE. Charles A. Teterville Phi Mu Alpha PETERS. Frank C. Yarrow. Canada Y. M. C. A. REDEKOPP, Isaac W. Manitoba, Canada Y. M. C. A. [ 18 ]liraduate Students REMY, Kenneth Emporia SCOTT. Edward Everelte El Dorado Phi Sigma Epsilon, Pi Gamma Mu, F. T. A.. SHIELDS, Ivan J. LincolnviUe Mu Epsilon Nil, Science Club SMITH, Eloise A. Halstead Sigma Alpha Iota TURNER, Annabelle Ottawa Pi Kappa Sigma. Kappa Mu Epsilon. Omega, Sigma Pi Sigma, Mathematics Club, Hand, Orchestra. Chorus WHEAT, T. I). Emporia Phi Mu Alpha P ii s t -1, r a d ii a t e DRESSLER, Barbara Fairbury, Nebraska Winelaska, Kappa Delta Pi, Commerce Club, Y. W. C. A. [ 19 ]S e ii i (i r s Bill Adams prepares to announce Peggy Pedugog. Sigma SignuG Sigma, Ka|h a MiJ E|),s.ilon. Mat hemal i Sv Chd , Y W. C. C Ioifotc yy. ADAME, Sam ’"•zeaaar'? 1 Alpha Phi Omegit?; Club, Spanish Club ADAMS, William -T2RT Sigma Tau X) nii b B KappV4JUU|iK- i Commerce Clu Speakers Buretm VV; AESCHL1MAN, Ruth Winnetaska, K. T Acc $ vffV AUSTIN, Warren ‘Salim Phi Delta ChiflPhi S'lir’ flphu f - . BAILEY. hfauYcncc. Emporia Py Sigma Ejlsflon. Pi Gamma Mu. Pi Omega ‘ ' f ' )c'al Science Club. R-Faculty Adjustment Ij Krafern il jjTfo ninci I Melvin Emporia Epsilon. Mathematics Club. Hhtc Rapids fu I jiJloir u JCiijpa Della Pi. Pi Omega , K A V T Sylvia iliib BARNES. Gloria Jean El Dorado Winnetaska, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha lota. Xi Phi. Omega, Student Council, Orchestra, Symphonic Chorus, Madrigalians [ 20 ]N mi i ii r s BAST1N, Daphne Omega. Speakers Bureau BELTING. Jeanne Sigma Sigma S. Freeman Palme Science Cluh BENNETT, II. Paul Band, Orchestra, BLAIK, George S. Mu Fpsilun Ni Epsilon, Xi I’ll Y.M.C.A., Sti OLEUM, Frederic Ann invr, F.n nyl ' NI). Jo bWd. Jo NI). John II. O' III! M Emporia Em poria ilon, Spanish Cluh Greensburg mega Pi, Commerce lola ma Pi Sigma, Coin-Council Emporia sappa Mu Epsilon. Peggy Pedagog (Pat Ford) is crowned by Alvin Morris. [ 21 ]The Follies Winners — Sigma Sigma Sigma BRENNER, Anna Mac Winnetaska, F. T. A., BROOKS, Hubert B. Collegiate Club BULL. Galen Wm. Mathematics Club, BUSH, Duane I’bi Delta Chi, Xi Phi. Fraternity Council, ment Board Eureka Em poria Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha-Club San Diego. California D. Atchison St. John Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Alice Elementary Club BROWN, Edith M. Omega, Elementary I 22 ]S i ii i ii r s CONKLIN. Ina bui Alpha Sigma Alpha, thcnian. Commerce C CORBETT. Robert Kappa Sigma Epsilon CORKY. James I). Phi Sigma Epsilon, K CRANDALL. Charles C. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Chorus DAVIDSON. Galen F. Kappa Mu Epsilon. M Florence Social Science Club Goddard Elementary Club, F. T. A. Kansas City psilon. Alpha Theta Rho. K Club Breaux Bridge, La. psilon, K Club Mount Hope Second Place Winner---- lpha Sigma Alpha. [ 23 ]“A Pretty Girl" hy Alpha Sigma Tau. I) IKK HOFF. George -X Kappa Delta Pi DIMON, Harold C. Pi Gamma Mu EAMAN, Edith Ann Winnctaska. Sphinx. Dram Eureka Kan»hH ,Kappa Mil Epsilon, Navarre Gamma, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa i. Pi Gamma Mu. Mathematics KBY. Lloyd J. Pi Gamma Mu, F. T. A., Social Sci nee Who’s Who EISENBACH, Joe, Jr. Kappa Sigma Kpsil.oii» XL Council, Student-Faculty Adjustm ST, L. Marjorie Emporia Si] na Sigma Sigma, Sigma Alpha Iota, Irigalians. Chorus, Orchestra W . . A. Amencus Emporia [ 24 ]S p ii i ii r s FOX. Kathleen Winnclaska, Sigma I’i Sigma, Kappa r Pi. Xi Phi. Omega. F. T. A.. Phyl lion Clnh. Rhythmic Circle, W. R CARTON. Lee I). Phi Mu Alpha, Hand. Chorus, Ore GEIST. Hetty Ruth Alpha Sigma Tan, Elementary Clnh W. R. A., Panhellcnic Council GLADFELTER, Robert E. Sigma Tan Gamma. Kappa Mu Lambda Delta Lambda CLICK. Howard Kappa Sigma Epsilon Kansas City orman L. Fall Hitter Xlu Alpha. Wesley Foundation, Hand, phonic Chorus Charles S. Sigma Epsilon Sonera bert I). A meric us gma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega ron E. Mound ridge Delta Pi. K Club, Science Club ‘She Ain’t What She Used to be" Delta Sigma Epsilon.Pi Kappa Sigma “Harem Scarcm.' GRANADA, Eunice Winnctaska, Alpha Theta Rho. Pi, Band, Orchestra, Inter-Fellowship GREEN. William C. Mu Epsilon Nu, Phi Mu A GREENE, Donald W. Mu Epsilon Nu, Math: Club GRIFFITH, Ruth Alpha Sigma Tan, L Alice Freeman Palm Kappa Delta Pi, Scie dation, W.R.A., Y. W Adjustment Board GRISSOM, Eugene Edward Phi Delta Chi. Phi ternity Council or in GllNZELMAN. Joe Emporia Abilene Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orchcs-onic Chorus i Tulsa, Oklahoma Nu, Dramatics Club, Emporia , F. T. A., Bulletin Staff Minneapolis |a Pi, Pi Gamma Mu. Pi Omega ;cc Club uanice Gadsden, Alabama mbda. Home Economics ClubSenior s HARRISON. Ann Eureka Alpha Sigma Alpha. Sigma Pi Sigma. Home Economics Club, Science Club. Alpha!henian 11 ASK El.I.. Ralph W. Einporiti Alpha Tliela Kho, Kappa Della Pi, Bullet Staff Volley Ea HEFTY. Lois Winnetaska, Omega. F. T. A. HESSLER, Virgil W. HOFFMAN, Muriel 'I'licta Sigma Upsilon. Home Economics Cl Science Club, Y. W. C. A. , Clayton I.. Del phot. .aiphdu Delta Lambda, Mathematics Club, cjcn.cc Club Merle E. Lincoln i Sigma Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha. Orchestra, mphonic Chorus, Bulletin Staff Fred 01 pc i Sigma Epsilon, Mathematics Club, Span-Club )SWORTH, Leon Madison ma Tan Gamma, Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Kappa i. Speakers Bureau •fMarfys Elaine Rosalia Sigma Epsilon. Omega. Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Sigma The Theta Babe” — Theta Sigma Upsilon. [ 27 ]IIi„ Neighbor! Winnctuska HOLMES, Horace Sigma Tail Camilla HURT, Virgil E. Sigma Tail Gamma, Omega Pi, Commerce IIYDEN. Victor M., Jr. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, “The Bulletin” JACOB. Marshall Lynn Mu Epsilon Nil JOHNSON, William T. Hutchinson Overbrook Alpha Phi Omega, Xi Council Hillsboro Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, Physical Rhythmic Circle Emporia Gamma Mu, Xi Phi, Who’s Club, Newman Club, [ 28 ]S i ii i ii r s Kl ENNING, Donald W. Pi Omega Pi, Commer Americas KlUILMANN, Laura Mac Sicilia Sigma Sigma, SigmMjr gma, C» mcrcc Club. Newman Clift; .'uj al Scieice J Club, Alice Freeman Palm LANE. John I). Phi Sigma Epsilon, K On LARSON, Charles 1). Sigma Tail Gumma. Pi On Club LA UCK, Bub LMJGJ LIN, Robert Eugene Sjgnuf Tau Gamma, Commerce Club r ’) r rcva' I-orraine Augusta ta Sigma Upsilon. Alice Freeman Palmer, Club Em poria Sigma, Xi Phi. Who’s Who, an Palmer. F. T. A., Social . Student Council, Panhellenic n Sedan a Sigma, F.T. A., Band, Sym-is, Treble Clef Em poria “Midnight Madness" Kappa Sigma Epsilon [ 29 ]The Mu Ep “Bulletin Business.' LONG. Lowell Kappa Sigma V Debate Team I.ONNBKKC, Charles Sigma 'Fail Gamma, Phi galians. Symphonic Chorus, lion LOVE. Glenn H. Alpha Phi Omega, Mu Epsilon Ni Club, Y. M. C. A., Symphonic Chore . Lesley Foundation LOY, Harold W. matics Club LIJDVICKSON, MarvfiPW: Olivet Olivet Mu Alpha. Kappa u, Xi Phi, Social Ash ((rove. Mo. Vi jnclaska. Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Wesley Foundation, Orchestra. Sym-ic Chorus, String Quartette TOgg? Eureka u ial Science Club Grulley [ 30 ]S (‘ ii i ii r n McANTEE. Edward E. Phi Sigma Ep«ilon, Commerce CTu Science Club McCORMALLY. John P. Pi Gamma Mu. Social Science Club" McGUIRE. Harvey C. W Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, merce (dub McGlUKE, Nanette EmporL Kappa Delta Phi, Kappa Mu Epxilojl Layt Della lambda, Sigma Pi Sigma, S man Club McVAY, Lyle L. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Phi Mu Al Ira. Symphonic Chorus Frank. Jr. Quincy, Illinois la Chi. Phi Mu Alpha, Band. Sym-Cborus McPherson netaska. Sigma Alpha Iota. Kappa Della Symphonic Chorus fS, Noreen Emporia la Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club, Span-Club, Sphinx X. d ne Durham ; pa Sigma, Home Economics Club, H. Emporia — tnr-H'au Gamma, Alpha Phi Omega. Kappa ilon, l.amjxla Della lambda, Matlie-'luli. Science Club [ 31 ]“It Pays to he Ignorant” — Sigma Tan Gamma MILLER, James R. Pi Kappa Delta, French Cl Bureau, Bulletin Staff M1LSAP, Galen Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Socja MOBLEY, Joyce Delta Sigma Epsiloi Phi. Who’s Who. Dra Education Club. Stude MOECKEL, Yalctta Alpha Sigma Tan, A Commerce Club. Paul MORRIS. Alvin E. Phi Sigma Epsilon, K Mil Epsilon, Pi Gam, Who, Student Comic J)RRIi£ij£Y, Frances Kansas City mu Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma. Alice cr. Spanish Club, Pauhcllcnic K. Eureka ui Iota. Madrigalians, Symphonic dicstra George R. Solomon ihi. Phi Mu Alpha, Chorus, Glee A. Emporia Nil, Intcr-Varsilv Christian vv'inan Club Junction City [ 32 ]S i ii i ii r s NOTSON. Raymond Phi Della Chi OBI.EY, Wm. W. Kappa Simula Epsilon. Pi Comma Mu O DEA. David Ells Mu Epsilon Nu, Alpha Phi Omega. F. Newman Club O’DONNELL. James A. Eiffifek. Phi Della Chi. F. T. A., Social Science I O’MAR A, Patrick Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Pi Camma u ' Kappa Della JORN, Wayne Emporia Science Club, Commerce Club .EY, Robert C. ' Hutchinson Phi Mu Alpha. Hand, Orchestra, Symphonic Chorus HOLT. Dorothy Emporia Alpha Sigma Tau. Kappa Delta Pi. Pi Omega Pi. Sigma Pi Sigma, Commerce Club RSGN, Cavern NO. James ii Sigma Epsilon Salina Emporia Woodman! Spare that tree . . . Junior Hornets. [ 33 ]Kappa Sig and Tri Sig Homecoming Decorations. p £ mmu Epsilon, Pi C fvrniVy - ( -Hiilletiii iKE'IT, Ruth I Alpha SigipJCv-Foo.’ ll!: thenian, C F. T. A.. RANKIN, Don E. Elementary Club, F. T. Arv .-s' .Rl.CllA|lD nio4uoC,,p ’i Emporia Iblrai JV: ‘ k-' ■ ' Sigma; AJjce Freeman Palmer. ics Club Emporia PUC REESER. Willmr Phi Delta Clu XirPhi.yK Cl sf-"-.AinStey- —- iYVji, -O i AV k ’•iliiier Buckli po? '• C VK»feaska. .SpaiiisTf b. Y. W. C. A., film r.mporia ii Epsilon, Pi ROC RS Mar can Matlicmat bib Club DeTffit iT. Emporia ii jFjjjjplon N Malhematics Club, Science REICIIARDT, Do; Winnetaska, Alice freeman State Players, Social Sf - RICH, Leonard F. Sigma Tau 'Catnhiaf Omega Pi, Xi'.Phl, Oshaloosa . T. A. [ 34 ]N ( ii i (i r s ROTH FELDER, Ernest Debate ROWLANDS, Margaret Theta Sigma Upsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, V. W. ( phonic Chorus SCOTT, Leo E. Mn Epsilon Nil, Kappa ■italics Club, Social Sci SCOTT, Marjorie Social Science Club SHARP. Jack II. Phi Delta Chi, Kappu Delta Lambda Club . Mathc arti Emporia j Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce (dub. Social New Jersey Br«=Club, Who’s If Emporia lub. Social Emporia Club Em poria on, Lambda Alpha Sig and Delta Sig Homecoming Decorations [ 35 jFirst and Second Place Decorations—Mu Ep and Phi Dell. LEVEL fOOTBI SAT. 2 orta Parsons SMITH. Max W. Phi Delta Chi SORENSON, Betty Alpha Sigma Alpha, Kappa Alpha Iota, Orchestra, SPATZ, DeWayne Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Club, Social Science Cl dent Council, Bu sines Bulletin” STEAD, Marjorie Alpha Sigma Tau, Comm STEVENS, Evelyn Rhythmic Circle Mul vane psilon. F.T.A.. Y.W.C.A. Emporia ui Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mil. Debate I! ago ton jT STRICKLAND, Carland I). ' ('an,inu Mu Wichita Neosho Falls [ 36 ]N i ii i ii r s SULLIVANT. Ray French Club, F.T.A.. N ish Club TAYLOR. Francis H. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Xi VU ( TKICIIGRAEBER, Jean Alpha Sigma Alpha. Sigma Physical Education Club. Sphinx, W.R.A. Board THOMAS. I.eo E. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Con THOMAS, lionise Alpha Sigma Alpha vPalmcr IRi' nPR, Grace Ellen Hillsboro s £igma .Sigma Sigma. Elementary Club, T jT.vVt Wesley Foundation, Y.W.C.A. lOK. El friida Dighton ;ta Sigma IJpsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Alice Hiawatha lac Humboldt Pi Gamma Mu, Elementary . Lamed Epsilon, Commerce Club Phi Sig and Pi Kap Homecoming Decorations. [ 37 ]Antcloi TTING. Mary Jo Winnctaska. a Pi; Omega Pi, Xi Faculty Adiustmcnt--Bnatdy.W.bp OESTE. Rosemary Tl-V'T' Delta Sigma Epsilon, CotfiEjfcc man Club, Sphinx ACNER. A. J. Phi Mu Alpha, Orchestra, Sympl ELCH, Ira E. Mu Epsilon Nu, F. T. A. |W| 7 HITLOW, Margaret Winnetaska, Xi Phi. Aliqgrrwle Commerce Club, Wesley Found Who, Y.W.CX--------------- in, (yommerce Club Be imngt it ni Chor is Ilirncapo is IS, Melvin L. gma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club I iiwling Club. Phy--ir.il Education Club, THtyllunic Circle, Splash Club Rush Week — Sitting this one out. [ 38 ]J ii ii i ii r s Sigma Tan Homecoming Decoration?. ALLEN, Ellouisc Frances Arkansas City Winnetaska. Collegiate 4-11 Club, Commerce Club, F.T.A. ANDREWS, Arlene Ann Cottonwood Falls APPLEGATE, Harry Eureka Commerce Club. Social Science Club BAIRD. Max Sedan Phi Delta Chi BAIRD. Shirley -Sedan AJpha Sigma A BAKEiCflu Sob BARA PiiL- Si) ma-Epsilu BARNESTlai i BIEWENER, Emily Newton Winnetaska, Physical Education Club, Rhythmic Circle BOONE, Gilbert Fall River Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club, F. T. A., Social Science Club BOULANGER. Shirley Sedan Sigma Sigma Sigma Theta Sig Homecoming Decorations. [ 39 ]The Coaches of Champions BOWMAN, Catherine Wichita BOYLE, Dale McCune Sigma Tan Gamma, Wesley Foundation BREY, El wood E. Bergen field, New Jersey Commerce Club. Band CRAWFORD. William Goff Berkeley, California Kappa Sigma Epsilon DANIELS, Marian Independence Physical Education Club “That's it ‘Corky’." [ 10 ]J ii ii i ii r s Attaboy Peppy . . . DAVEY, Homer Emporia Phi Delta Chi DAVIS. Cecil E. Cimarron .Mu Epsilon Nit. Alpha Pi Omega. Commerce Club DECKER, Cleda = £ Hard Winnctaska, Sigma Alpha Iota, Omega, Symphonic Chorus EDWARDS, Bruce Emporia Phi Delta Chi. Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda, Mathematics Club, Science Club A Bit muddy ole Chap . . . [ 41 JEDWARDS. Merle J. Hurrlon Phi Sigma Epsilon, K Chi!) ELLIS. Clifford A. Emporia ELLIS. Juanita Emporia Social Science Club. Y. W. C. A. ELLISON, G. C., Jr. Protection ERICKSON, Walter E. Chicago, Illinois Sigma Tan Gamma. Commerce Club. Assistant Editor of “The Sunflower” '"S. 'ETHRIDGE. Barbara jy b Emporia ( ) Sigma Sigma Sigma, Comfn ce'.Club. 'Span- V M. 1. nJi : ! WinnelaskaT Commerce Club FRENCH. Candace Kansas City Theta Sigma Upsilon. Physical Education Club, Social Science Club, W. R. A. Board FRYER, Charles W. Clyde Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club FUNK. Carl L. Sedan Phi Delta Chi GADBERRY, Earl Emporia Sigma Tail Gamma. Alpha Phi Omega “Strike up the Band.' [ 42 ] J ii ii i ii r s Pour it Pat . . . GAROITTE, Louis W. La Russell, Missouri GASKILL. Evelyn Moscow Band CATTERMAN, Mary Lewis Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sphinx GIBSON. Evan W. Scicncc xRul) GLEICI Americus Harper Pi Sigma, Com- HART, Lee D. HECENBART, William F. HEINEN, Eileen Commerce Club, Newman Club m porta Burlington Em poria Beloit National Headliners . . . [ -»3 ]Big Girls . . . II ELM LEY. Iris Hazelton Winnetaskn. Omega. Elementary Club MJERTSTEDT, Virginia Lee Emporia Science Club, Spanish Club. Y. W. C. A., Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship HOGG. Francis Chagrin Falls, Ohio Pi Gamma Mu. Social Science Club HOOPER, Edwin S. Eskridge Pi Omega Pi. Commerce Club, F. T. A. HOYT, Harold Phi Delta Chi. K Club HUGHES, Olive; JOHNS iK'k, Empo,i° s dn$d$ City Phi Sigma Epsilon. K Clul gin a, Canada Emporia KNOEPPEL, Betty Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha K.NOX, Robert Piedmont Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club, Inter-Fraternity Council KUMLL Karl F., Jr. Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Newman Club LAMB, Vernon T. IFichita Phi Sigma Epsilon, K did) Praying Helps . . . [ U JJ ii ii i it r s Oh! Dr. Pflaum . . . LANEY, Velma Canton Winnetaska, Sigma Alpha Iola. Sphinx, Band, Symphonic Chorus LENIGAN. Robert Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Kappa Sigmu Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha LENIGAN, Rosalee Pi Kappa Sigma LENKE, Irene Winnetaska. C Em poria Clements LOVE, Lauri McANARNEp, Jdi Phi S ua McCO § St. John Reading uer !« p y| , New- rlington marr on jue Eco- MALAaihki, Kaulinc junction City Pi Kappa Sigma, Band. Symphonic Chorus MANNEN, Dixie Lee Buffalo Alice Freeman Palmer, Physical Education Club, Rhythmic Circle MARTIN, Stanley Madison Sigma Tau Gamma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Club Wo also study . . . [ 45 ]Merry Christmas . . . MASON, Etta Mae Buffalo Alice Freeman Palmer, Commerce Club MATHEWS, John Emporia Y. M. C. A. MAYES, Mclva Kenbro Delta Sigma Epsilon, Sphinx MILLER. Gerald D. Delavan Sigma Tau Gamma. Phi Mu Alpha, Band, OWEN, Raymond Lamont Sigma Tau Gamma OYLER. Melvin L. Wellington Phi Sigma Epsilon PARSONS, Joseph A. Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu, Pi Kappa Della, Alpha Phi Omega, Debate. Social Science Club PEARSE, Elmer N. Piedmont Kappa Sigma Epsilon Movie Convocation . . . I 16 ] rJ ii ii i ii r s T«w At the Drug . . . PECK, 0. Raymond Junction City Emporia State Players PENTECOST, Calvin M. Emporia Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club PERRY, Edward N. Emporia Sigma Tan Gamma, Mathematics Club PETERSEN, Mary Herington Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sphinx, Home Economics Clnh POPE, Marjorie' !:.- Physical EduVatWit Club W.R.A. " w r PRATT. Willu Kappa Sigrn RADABAUCljU ji RICE, Miltonj E; Humboldt ience Club, Em poria Sigma Tak.Garom ics Club ROB Ottawa Emporia RICHARDS. Comm RICHTER. Phi D jnaj3QS rj RIDEf Wt.lNiU -Alpha .Sigma. RILEY. Claude ,C. Mu Harveyvi lc Emporia sea-sat-- " "Emporia igma Virgil .rnbda, sborne Y. W.C. A.. Band, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship ROGERS, Betty Jean Winnetaska, Sphinx ROSE, Mark Kappa Sigma Epsilon ROSE. Ralph E„ Jr. IV ichila Emporia Emporia Listening to the World Series [ 17 ]Anything for science . . . ROSS. Virginia May Homier Springs Winnctaska. Science Club ROYER. Donald Newton Sigma Tan Gamma, Kappa Mu Epsilon ROYER, Harold Newton Sigma Tau Gamma RUBY, E. Jeanne Womega Alpha Sigma Tau, Sigma Pi Sigma, Alice Freeman Palmer, Elementary Club, Y. W. C. A. SANDERS, Eileen Canton Winnetaska, Mathematics Club. Science Club, Wesley Foundation SADDER, Marjorie Ann -v-v Lamont Delta Sigma, Epsilon Pi Omega Pi, Sigma Pi Commerce Club Phi Delta Clti SIGLER, Harold J. Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma SLOAN, Jacqueline Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha SMITH. Irene Fredonia Winnetaska, Mathematics Club, Wesley Foundation SMITH, Joan Preston Omega, Xi Phi, Winnetaska SPADE. Erin Admire Mu Epsilon Nu SQL’I RE, Frank D. Emporia Phi Delta Chi, Alpha Pi Omega, K Club More Science . . . [ IH ] Science Mall Antics . . . jAt Jm STANTON. William B. Vermillion TAYLOR, Lola Jean Emporia Theta Sigma Upsilon, Home Economics Club, Science Club TRESSLER. E. Rene Emporia Alpha Theta Rho, Spanish Club TRICE, July Medicine Lodge Alpha Sigma Tau, Alice Freeman Palmer, Club r u |TliK3Jt''H l«r. R jy Sl. ff. Omega, Pi’ Spanish Club WAMSER. Marjorie Empor Commerce Club, Home Economics Club WEBB, Roland L. Lincoln Mu Epsilon Nu, Orchestra. Symphonic Chorus WELCH. James J. Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma WHITE, Loyd P. Emporia WHITNEY, Clarence Clay Center Mathematics Club “No Smoking” . . . [ 49 ]J ii nil) rs “Make tliat kick” . . . Theta Sigma Upsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sphinx, Physical Education Club, Rhythmic Circle [ 50 1S ii |i li ii 111 ii r i s top now -- ADAM, Albert W. Sigma Tau Gamma AKINS. Keith Alpha Phi Omega, — ALLEN, Mildred Joan ; Alpha Sigma Cluh . AM BERG. Al rUinstt Phi Sigma E|»4lon, Alp AMEND. John David r-r Alpha Theta Rho, NcwmairC AMES. John F. Phi Delta Chi ANDERSON. Ernold I... Jr. Sigma Tan Gamma MIDDLE now ANDERSON. Leonard ANDERSON. Lois Eileen hr-hr J Alpha Sigma Tau. Siuuii 1 ' .•i.E111-mercc Club, Splash TTluli ANDERSON. Ned Mu Epsilon Nu. K.T.A. ANDERSON, Robert----------. Mu Epsilon Nu. Symphonic Gnorus ARCHER. Melville V rP|ii Delta Chi. Commerce Club StatAfeTRONC, I.. R. KappK Sigma Epsilon 24KEED. Harol 6 = -Dolta-rChi- Lcon Emporia Liberal Arkansas City Emporia Emporia Chi, Commerce Club. Newman Em poria m Ft p i Cl ibll )N, Lewis J. C mmcrcc Club )N Wanda Emporia I) Ita Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Colic lateYb'hl Club. Symphonic Chorus, Wesley F unTlatTITh Smmffl Gridley W lugtaria. Y.W.C.A.. BAILED Martha Joan Emporia DcltaJSiffinn-EilsttmTT-Srgma Pi Sigma, Physi- cal. Education Club, W. R. A. Board. Science Clu Emporia BAKER, Elsie MarieHappy Buy . . . Another one . . . TOP ROW - BARNES, William II. Collegiate Club BARNHART, Joanne Winnetaska. Wesley Foundation" BARRETT, Pat Winnetaska BATES, Delores Y. W. C. A. BEACH, Charles S. BEAN, Charles W. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce BEAN, Patricia Delta Sigma Epsilon, Commerce ( MIDDLE ROW — BEASTON, Jack Phi Sigma Epsilon BEATTIE. Vernon Phi Delta Chi, Phi Mu Alpha BEBERMEYER, Royal Phi Delta Chi BERENDS, Margery Winnetaska. F. T. A. Joel A. Emporia [elta Chi, Commerce Club osephine Emporia Sigma Epsilon, Alice Freeman Palmer, tonic Chorus, Wesley Foundation, c. a. onald Lincoln Sigma Epsilon. K Club ROW — Jon rad Hartford Sigma Epsilon 10W $ 1. F. Parke Lebo Commerce Club , Clayton Gene Emporia elta Chi, Phi Mu Alpha, Spanish Club, tonic Chorus . J. Warren Emporia a Tan Gamma, Phi Mu Alpha, Newman ■ Band AN, Theodore 01 pc Tail Gamma. Newman Club I Alfred Topeka elta Chi Gaines C. El Dorado Spanish Club [ « ]S ii |) li ii 111 ii r o s TOR ROW BROWN. Letha A Pi Kappa Sigma, Alice Freeman P. F. T. A. BROWN. Marvin “Pete" Phi Sigma Epsilon BRYANT, Delores Winona Physical Education Club.- Sp BUCK. Charles R. Kappa Sigma Epsilon BUCKLEY. Dorothy Sigma Alpha Iota, Han phonic Chorus. Wesley BULKLEY, John L. Phi Sigma Epsilon BUMGARDNER. Thomas Kappa Sigma Epsilon MIDDLE ROW BUMP. James C. Mil Epsilon Nu BUNCH. Anita Splash Cluh HI RDEN, Ucl I). Phi Mil Alpha. Symphonic C Bl'RKETT. Ralph II.. Jr.. Vandal ia, Illinois Sigma Tan Gamma. Mathematics Club, y v Science Club, Sunflower Staff n BURT, Kves. G. Ita Chi Emporia Id L. Epsilon. K Cluh Wichita Over brook Troy Dc Soto Emporia Emporia Tail, Home Economics Club, Howard Epsilon, Physical Education Club Emporia psilon. Lambda Delta Lambda, ub Marion Four happy dancers . . . [ 53 ]Ma$daii£ TOI ROW — CASE, Rossc B. CASEMENT, Charles CHANCE, Joan Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Spanish Cluh, Sp)6 JjG Club, Sphinx CLARK. Jean Winnclaska. Commerce Club CLAYTON. Kenneth I). Collegiate 4-H Cluh, Science Cluh COCIIEN.NET, William Lee Phi Delta Chi. Commerce Cluh COCHRAN, James II. MIDDLE ROW — COLYER, Hope Delta Sigma Epsilon. Sphinx COOK. Halsey II., Jr. COOPER, W. E. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, NewmaJjj Science Cluh CORKY. William X Vi r Phi Delta Chi $)RRII)AN. James V. IIQUI. Orvel A. Phi Sigma Epsilon CIST, Samuel A. L AltifTOM ROW - ' rfbcROllCII. Walter T. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Alpha Phi " ■ «lcnt Council CROWELL. Robert A. v-ufoi Lpsilon Nu, Cc IC. Gene Kappa Sigma Epsilon, K Club Commerce Cluh IS, Robert G. Sigma Tau Gamma Lawrence {Verne Donald Epsilon Nu, Science Cluh {Yy Vriin E. SSWSSffi Phi Delta (.hi, Commerce (,lub Emporia Emporia Melvcrn Emporia Eureka Omega. Stu- Madison Americas Emporia Belle Blaine Wellington Emporia [ 54 JQuincy. S feSS inmci AV;' A1gwu 40' tly V- TOP ROW — DAY. Von L Horton uw' e. n,,. mit Malhrmalics club . .. . , N'Wm,n Cl" T i n'Y'i .... ....................... DOW. Corinnc DOYI E. Rita Mickey Mount Hope Holton DE DE, DeFORE......... . DcGA R MO. I i S DeGRAKFENREJ BiiM ,, .......... Kappa Si»nTa'‘Epiiloi». : -nn' ESCHER. Adelyn ' Winnclaska. Collcgi«JJ£ Economics Club DETRICK. Paul TT” Phi Sigma, Ep tytr MIDDLE ROU Spanish Sigma Sigma Sigma. iom.m-r.-e Club l U . K-I.rr. j. • hnxporxa DOIES. Carol T$jFEmporia W Kappa S,gma Kpsl,on‘ r,,mmcrcc C,ub DOLES. E. Jacksop -Emporia ENGLE. Loren M. Madison Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Commerce Club. Science Club Otlaxcn Harriott Emporia Callao. Peru Sprakcrs Rureau. Phi Veil. ar. wajr' ■ Emporia DONNELLAN E h Kappa Sigma Epsdnn, Newman Club Spanish Club ERXSON. Alfred, Jr. Quincy Mu Epsilon Nu. Science Club, Rand The Alpha Sip and Sigma Tan fall parlies. [ 55 ]Smile, Mary Jo . . . Big Bill . . . TOP ROW ESSLINGER, Wm. E. EUBANK, Ono L. EUDALEY, John W. EVERHART. Leon Mu Epsilon FAIR. Jacqueline Sigma Alpha Chorus FARRIS. Evelyn M Alice Freema FLADUNC, Jerome Kappa Sigma MIDDLE ROW FOSTER, Harlan K FOSTER. Jeanne Sigma Sigma FOWLER, Mary Jane Wesley Foundation FOY. Sue Winnelaska AZER. Roger .jr. South Haven McPherson Saffordvillc Kinsley •.m porta Kinsley Wilsey Manchester ysical Education Cluh. Shatenee Topeka Ottawa Great Rend Ipha Sigma Alpha, Alphaihenian, Band, Symphonic Chorus [ 56 ]TOP ROH GILLENWATER. Martha GLASER. Donald Newman Club GOAD. Delores Delta Sigma Epsilon, Rhythmic Circle, Sunfl GOULD. Alan Bruce Mil Epsilon Nil GRASS. Eunice Alpha Sigma Alpha. Rliyt i GRAVES. Charles Phi Delta Chi GRAY. Hubert M. MIDDLE ROW GREEN. B. J. Mu Epsilon Nu. Newman GREENLEE. Roy Phi Della Chi. Coniine GRIMM, Robert I). Phi Sigma Epsilon. Al K Club Spalditi GUNKLE, Earl R. Emporia Sigma Tail Gamma HAAG. Jeanette Emporia Winnetaska. Sigma Pi Sigma, Commerce ih. Newman Club Emporia HA AG.. Ralph J. tf y ewib n Club Signj'a Epsilon Em poria New York, New York Virgil Em poria amnia. Commerce Club, Student Em poria Ottawa ll'ichita . M. C. A. ega. Commerce Club. Wichita Fcik-Thill and Kutnink-Butterfield Weddings. [ 57 ]The Drum and Bugle Corps with many E Slatc Members. TOP ROW MARROW. EuaI R.. Jr. Kappa Sigma Epsilon HASSIER. Marilia la Sigma Sigma Sigma. Omega. Eicme Club. Y. W. C. A. HAYDEN. Onabcllc HIM.. Charles Emporia . Sigma Tail Gamma, Phi Mu Alpha. Emporia HEFNER, Mary Sigma Sigma Sigma. Omega. Common c Cl iitrrt IIEIDEBRECHT. Dorothy Sigma Sigma Sigma. Band, Orchestra HENDERSON. Ann Alpha Sigma Alpha. Sigma Pi Signup Com L mcrcc Club HESS, Robert S. Kappa Sigma Epsilon MIDDLE ROW HETT, Helen Alpha Sigma Tan. Home Eco W. R. A. Board HIGH WOOD, Dolly May Symphonic Chorus IriflO, ate Players [Willard iW: Robert W. , - v-Vigma Sigma Sigma. Sphinx jlQKPMAN; Don sjrhi Sigma Epsilon Cottonwood Falls Alma Emporia Lyons HOT £ mi ROW "i eh It V Maripi j bos—Club c IOG.fe) Gladys Nvinnetaska IIOLBREDGE. Don II. 1 .Phi Della Chi IJIOvI,DRED(;E. Rodney [..'1' 1.V.I Delta Chi IOIJST. Fred prrr mii -Sigma Ep.-ilon Christina ' MSewman Club. Science Club 111 i tfES.VMarie 'wPnysical Education Club. Splash Club H{W'I§U£eorgia Guil Lenexa Bbwrjjng Club. Physical Education Club. Rhythmic Circle l)‘'lplws Em poria Emporia Hums Olathe Eureka [ 58 jN ii |i li ii hi ii r i‘ s top {(fir - IRWIN. Jack L. Neosho Rafiks JETTY. Nnomi Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Student Councilsvditcr Leader JOHNSON. I.eRoy M. JORDAN. Mina Jane Kansas City Sigma Sigma Sigma, Elementary Club. F. T. A. JORDAN.Jlol rt I). Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Spanish Bulletin Staff inia' I'i £=3 JOHNSTON. Jocelyn Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma cal Education Club JONES. Charles JONES. Francis Debate JONES. Leland Flu Sigma Epsilon MIDDLE ROW - JONES. Rex E. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, JONES. Robert E. Sigma Tan Gamma, ($■ JONES. William Lee Sigma Tau Gamma Mount Hope Lincoln Epsilon G. ilon Em poria Epsilon. Mathematics Club Lincoln Herington -amnia Garnett Epsilon. Commerce Club, b Lincoln psilon. K Club erington Christian Fellowship Emporia rJCpsilon len Marie Piedmont lion Intramural Spectators . . . You Tell Em! Bob. [ 59 ]Al with Regardi Emporia a PM tor iwa — KNOUSE, Carl Phi Della Chi. Commerce Club KOONS, Donald I.. Em Sigma Tail Gamma. I’lii Mu Alpha. Ban Orchestra KORTE. Anthony A. Enti Sigma Tan Gamma. Commerce Club, Newman Club KRUEGER, George Phi Delta Chi KtlKUK, Francis L. LACERTE. Gerald Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Commerce Newman Club CAMB, Donald W. Phi Sigma Epsilon, K Club. MIDDLE ROW — LANE, Francinc Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Si LARKIN. Jack Phi Delta Chi cc cbd) h2i 2SP LARSON. Bob I). Phi Sigma Epsilon RSON. Wallace E. Sigma Tail Gamma. K Club jTAS, Forrest IRENZANA, Louis G. Kansas i Sigma Tail Gamma, Phi Mu man Club ONS. Don Phi Delta Chi TOM ROW — E, Kenneth Mu Epsilon Nil ARD, Robert I). Ph| Delta Chi, Spanish Club EN -Donald Mir Epsilon Nu R. Alfred F. I). Bill Sigma Epsilon, K Club odore II. MflBosilon Nu, Alpha Theta. In■ m » Hnftfft wor Staff LOVE. Carl L. Concordia Emporia Wichita City, Missouri Alpha, New- Emporia Clements Em poria Ramona Emporia Emporia Rho, Marion Eureka [ 60 ]S ii p li ii ill 0 r i s TOP ROW McCABE, Frances Jean Theta Sigma iJpsilon, Eh F.T.A., Y. V. C. A.. ,.Uan rcCABE, Frc«l Fh Mu Epsilon McCl'E. Leo J. Sigma Tan Mathematics ChiTT McELIIANEY, Merle E. Sigma 'I'au Gamma MeGUIRE, Mike . Sigma Tan McILVAIN, KennetiffJ Kappa SigmiiM p-ilon MeMULLEN, Eugene L. MIDDLE ROW McQUIN, Richard Kappa Sigma ■ MeVAY. Robert E. ' MeVEY, Hal Peabody Junction City Emporia MALLARY. Mildred Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Alpha Theta Rho , M ARFNGy keilJi Ui’y 1 ik Wichita • v» 1-OkMM. JftkA vw Ti Emporia Em poria Pratt Burrton thmic Circle, Americus Madison Mil Epsilon Nil MERCER. David J. Emporia Sigma Tan Gamma MIDDLETON, Jean E. Oxford MILLER. Kathleen Delavan Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma To and from the Union. [ 61 ]School’s Out . . . Parties are on . . . TOP ROW — MITCHELL, Maynard C. Mathematics Club MITCHELL. Robert JL Mu Epsilon NuT"? MITCHELL. Wilbur Commerce Club -3?Vj MOORE. Glen W. MORGAN. Robert Kappa Sigma MORRIS, David C. Phi Delta Ch MOSHY. Gerald N. Phi Sigma Epj MIDDLE ROW — MURPHY. Jay J. Ml SCH. Keith Phi Sigma E|. MYERS, Ronald E. NELSON, Earl F. Burlington Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega } ELSON, Orval 1). Emporia Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Colin Spanish Club tii mi .hum kin rt ? ) NICHOLS, Jacquelyne —jr. Alice Freeman Palmer. S SM riMary Anne Bunker Hilt 01 pe Kansas City Emporia Florence Newton Em poria Kansas City Sigma Sigma Sigma. Elementary Club [ 62 1S ii |i li it 111 ii r (»s TOP HO If PEDIGO, John W. Emporia Phi Della Chi PENNINGTON, Wilma Jean Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon, SyrtiphoOichClioriiS: PENNINGTON, Zclma Dee [ ) Coldwnu-r Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Siubia, Alice Freeman Palmer, Commerce CluhAnhythmic Circle Y. PENNY BAKER. Dale Phi Sigma Epsilon PERDARIS, Pete Phi Della Chi PETERSON, Patricia Sigma Pi Sigma, Education Cluh PFLAUM, Nedra Sigma Sigma Sigma Club PLUMMER. Russell L. De Soto P01IL. Kenneth C. Emporia Sigma Tan Gamma POLANSKY, Laura r Emporia Winiietaska, Elementary Club. Y. W. C. A. ITAK. Daniel New York, New York hi Sigma Epsilcn E. Jack Emporia ii Delia Chi Lincoln I ’O W ERST Clay tdrihE. Phi Sigma Epsilon . Pi Kappa Delta, Splash mast MIDDLE HO IT PHILLIPS, Valeria Carlton Alpha Sigma Tau, Alice Freeman Palmer. Commerce Club PLUMMER, Marion Emporia Phi Della Chi, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orchestra ii Emporia Alpltaj Sigrtid Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma WilbeuJir ' Bremen Mathematics Club, Science PURR. Bobbie Kansas City ij Alpha Sigma-Tau PAXEjFrilz PJJTIj Emporia Epsilon. Newman (ilub QUIRING, Wa)3?R. Newton Mathematics Club RADCL1FF, Roberta Chase Delta Sigma Epsilon. Sphinx L-Stute and Washburn debaters. [ 63 ]Ready to go . . To the Union. TOP ROW' KADKE, Norman r LgTn Nu, Phi N. Alpha, RAMY, Joanne • Delta Sigma RAY, William Dili Sigma E RED FI ELI). Harry • : Y. M. C. A. REED. Darlene E. Alpha Sigma Tan. Sigma JPi-'Signal. Miysic Education Club, W. R. A. REEVES, Keith W. Vandc Mathematics Club. Science Club RIDDLE. Barbara Alpha Theta Rho, Home MIDDLE ROW — RIDGEWAY, Marti Commerce Club,—EJL-A R1CCS. Eelaml Phi Delta Clu ROBBINS. Roy K. Commerce Club )BKRTS, Lorena Hardtner A'jpha Sigma Tail, Commerce Club Peabody mbda rchestra Madison Madison Emporia cnce II. i Gamma. Mathematics Club DER. Charles R. Emporia i Sigma Epsilon 10' L. Richard Adner Syracuse i Epsilon Nu. Commerce Club. K. T. A., ience Club. Wesley Foundation, Eureka Cridley 7-Sigma Pi Sigma, Com- Osage City C lendale. Catiforn iu SEWELL. Charles [ 64 ]N I) |) li ii hi ii r I s TOR ROW SIIANELEC, Coil Kappa Sigma Epsilon, K Club SHAW, Elinor M. Pi Kappa Sigma, Debate, Spe Sunflower Staff SHAW. Rex Phi Sigma Epsilon SHOGREN. Dennis E. SMII.EY, Max I’lii Delta Chi. K Club SMITH. Alvin N. SMITH. Bob MIDDLE ROW SMITH. Gerald Mathematics Club SMITH, I .eland Phi Sigma Epsilon SMITH. R. Joan Omega. Symphcnic Chorus. Y. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship -Walter L. . Earned a Tan Gamma £Rl tWilliam II. Admire Epsilon Nu ' rmin E. , Atchison -Sigma Epsilon. K Club byllis Ann Eureka lementary Club M ROW — !R, Helen Emporia lanish Club Gale Atchison ii .Sigma Epsilon i.'TTawrence Quenemo 'Rp. Wayne M. Emporia gma Tau Gamma. Collegiate 4-H Club, eitd Science Club . Janet Sedgwick jSyPj-Kappa Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma STK dGcrald 01 pe [(•'jNowman Club XffiEwnald Westphalia Mu Epsilon Nu Science Hall Student Instructors The Ass’t Ed. ▲ [ Or, ]The Alpha Tau Hayrack ride . . . Dissecting. TOP ROW — STOKES, Bob Phi Sigma Epsilon. K STOLFUS, James C. Phi Delta Chi STOUT, Robert 1). Kappa Sigma Epsilon STRAIGHT, Shirley Pi Kappa Sigma STRAUCH, Saul STLRDEVANT. Richard Ly Spanish Club SUTTON. Muriel Delta Sigma Epsilon, Rhythmic Circle, Sphin MIDDLE ROW -SWAIN, J. R. SWANK. Harry L.. Jr. Phi Sigma Epsilon SWEZEY, Betty Anne Band, Orchestra TEW ELI.. Kenneth A. Vn. Sigma Tau Gamma THILL, Hfcold F. Fair view Hamilton ion Hamilton ana Tau. Newman Club, Splash tt 111. Emporia •ilL Mathematics Club, Science Kingman Emporia Emporia Williamsburg Emporia Emporia Strong City [ 60 ]N ii |i li it in ii r c s TOP ROW — Emporia TRIMBLE, Richard C. Kappa Siginu Epsilon 'I'RUSLER, Ivan II. Jr. Gadsden, Alabama Kappa Sigma Epsilon, I’hi Mu Alpha. Syniog phonic Chorus UliLAND. Wendell Lat e Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Phi Mil Alpha. C ijii-merce Club ■ VANDA VEER, Helen Irene Neo lesha- Alpha Sigma Tan, Sigma Pi Sigma, Gqiil-merce Club VAN SICKLE. Tom Phi Dellu Chi. Commerce Club VANTUYL. Robert Pe, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Mai hematics Club VINCENT. Gene MIDDLE ROW WADDELL, Dwight WAGNER. Patricia WALLS, Helen Mary Alpha Sigma Tail. Sigma Pi Sigma WEINMAN, Eugene C. Olpe Sigma Tail Gamma, Commerce Club. Newman Club LCH. Ann Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club LLER, Leslie Americus Phi Delta Chi TBROOKS, Bill C. Harden TOM ROW — TBROOKS. Claude Burden BROOKS. Earl Burden E. Mary Lou Minneapolis Theta Sigma Upsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma. Elementary Club, F.T.A., Y. W.C.A. PE. W. J. Emporia Sigma Tan Gamma I). Helen Marie Wichita jnnetaska, Band, Glee Club Eleanor Columbus aska. Physical Education Club, A., W.R.A. Board oberta Gridley igma Epsilon Pretty tree, Carl? . . • he Christmas Parade. [ 67 ]TOP ROW WILHITE, Charles Emporia Commerce Club WILLIAMS, Kenneth A. Phi Delta Chi • ---—- . WILLIAMSON, Fre r-r VT Sigma Tan WILSON, Gene E. Phi Delta Chi, L.01 WILSON, Gloria Ann Sigma Sigma Sigma, phonic Choru{j30 5- ' WILSON, Keith Cimarron Phi Sigma Kwujutfr lpha Phi Mu Alpha, (Commerce Club WINCHESTER, M. Walker Collegiate Club, Spani » C;IufC MIDDLE ROW WINDSOR, James r jpg? Emporia WINTERS, Larry Heringlon Sigma Tan Gamma WINZELER, Norma Jean Delta Sigma Epsilon. Sigma Pi merce jClub, Sphinx. . f WOLF, Kenneth Merit,1$ ■ ( Gridley Sigma, Com- II am bold I Emporia Emporia Madison Symphonic HIT. Donald R. WRIGHT, Richard W. v i: ry, 6. C. YOCKEY, Harold L. YOUNG. Kathleen Commerce Club Hamilton Emporia Newton Marion Emporia Caldwell W overly Howard [ 68 1P r (i s li hi i1 ii AMES. Archie Americas I’lii Della Chi ARCHER. Mary Dec Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon. Sigma Pi Sigma. Physical Education Club, Splash Club ARMOUR. Rac Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Sigma Pi Sigma. Sphinx ATTEBERY. Jean Faith Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, S'.gma Pi Sigma, Sphinx AUSEMUS, Colecn Madison Della Sigma Epsilon. Sigma Pi Sigma BACHTEL, Donald E. Leavenworth BALLENT1NE. Donna Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Cheer Leader BARNCORD. Norma Jean Emporia Alpha Sigma Tail. Sigma Pi Sigma. Sphinx BARTLETT. Elmer Topeka Winnctaska BRADFORD. Frankie Darlington BRATTON. David Emporia Phi Della Chi. Symphonic Chorus BREAKEY. Inez Downs BRONSEMA. Carlcne Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Physical Education Club. Rhythmic Circle, Splash Club BROSE, Roberta Clifton Della Sigma Epsilon. Sigma Pi Sigma BROWN, Bill Gridley Piii Delta Chi BRU1NGT0N, Donna Florence Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship BUTLER. Jack Eureka BUTTRON, Clarice Lancaster Winnctaska, Collegiate 4-11 Club. Symphonic Chorus f 69 ]CAMPBELL. Ivan L. Wilscy CANNON, Harold Lee Hazel ton Band, Glee Club CANNON, Kenneth Emporia Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club CARLSON. Richard Burdick Mu Epsilon Nu CARR. Jerry Emporia Phi Delta Chi. Newman Club CARR, Morris Emporia Phi Delta Chi, Newman Club CARR, Nadine Harper Winnetaska, Commerce, Band CARROTHERS, Betty Jo Emporia Alpha Sigma Tail, Sigma Pi Sigma. Sphinx CEASE. Richard Anchorage, Alaska to CHADWICK, Cletus Burr ton CHAPIN, Lee - Kinsley Delta Sierna Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Com-) m£rcc Club • 0 N CHII DERS, Bctt , K M iuncion (Ctly AlnlU Sigma-Alpha: Sigma Pi Sigma, PhysIV cal Education Cltib,,SRtol Cffi S’ ' VS Robert E. iMi1 4-H Chib —Burrtpn ;mnetasku, Home Economies -Club,. Physical Education Clun Biha.’ r COLWELL. Bonnie COONROD. Curtis L. COREY, Sally Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physical Education Club, Splash Club COX, Patsy Kingman Alpha Sigma Tail, Sigma Pi Sigma, Home Economics Club CRAMBLIT. Anna May Kansas City Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Spanish Club. Symphonic Chorus CRIQUI, Nadine Lyndon DANIELS, Maxine Independence Science Club, Rhythmic Circle DAVIS. Charles Colby Mu Epsilon Nu. Band, Glee Club DAVIS. Sue DENNING, Dennis Phi Delta Chi DIDDE. John A. Newman Club Fort Collins, Colorado Russell Emporia [ 70 ]F r c s li ni (k ii DIEBOLT, Helen Olpe DODGE. David R. Lincoln DOWELL. Ramona Hamilton Winnetaska. Home Economics Club. Band DOWELL. Virgil E. Lebo DRAKE. Winifred Faribault. Minnesota Winnetaska. Physical Education Club. Rhythmic Circle DUTY. Eloisc Pittsburg Winnctaska EDWARDS. Jesse Atchison Collegiate Club EDWARDS. Karmen Dec Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. Phys' cal Education Chib, Sphinx FREEMAN, Rosa lea Emporia Winnetaska. Collegiate 4-H Club. Spanish Club. Y. W. C. A. FROMM. Eugene SaffordviUe FRY. Donna Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Sigma Pi Sigma, Home Economics Club GALENTINE, Alice Cottonwood Falls GAUCHAT, Janet Brock, Nebraska Winnetaska. Rhythmic Circle, Symphonic Chorus GAY, Iyla Emporia Theta Sigma Upsilon GETZ, Louise Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. Rhythmic Circle, Splash Club GIEDINGHAGEN, Fern Stafford Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship GIESE, Mance J. Virgil [ 71 ]GILBERT. Charles White City Mu Epsilon Nil. Alpha Phi Omega. Wesley Foundation GOBEN. Johnny William Kansas City, Missouri GODFREY. John W., Jr. Emporia GORDON. Mary Lou GORMAN. John R. Newman Club Eureka Em poria GREEN, Virginia Williamsburg Winnetaska. Commerce Club. Band. Symphonic Chorus CREISCHAR. Lafayette C.. Jr. Emporia Sigma Tail Gamma, Newman Club GROENDYCKE. Peggy Winnetaska GROVER. Marjorie Winnetaska. Band HAAS, Claren Medicine Lodge llurrton Sin Epsilon Nil HASTING, Ruby Emporia HAWES, Charlotte Sublette Delta Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma. Commerce Club HAWLEY, Helen Howard Winnetaska, Y. W. C. A. IIAYDEN. Chester Stafford HAYNES, Donald K. McFarland HEIDEBRECHT. Donald Burrton Mu Epsilon Nil HENDERSON, Thelma Auburn Winnetaska IIENNESSY. Frances Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma HERMAN, Vivian Solomon Alpha Sigma Tan, Sigma Pi Sigma, Splash Club [ 72 ]Marion Marion F r c s li in e ii HIEBERT. Clyde HIGGINS. Boyd V.. Jr. Mu Epsilon Nil HIGGINS, Donald S. Emporia Phi Delia Chi IIIIDERMAN, Roy Lyons Mu Epsilon Nu, Symphonic Chorus IIII.L, Ethel Marie Hoisington Winnetaska HILL, Muriel Ruth Plevna HILL, Priscilla Emporia HINKLE. Edgar N., Jr. Wilsey Collegiate 4-H Club. Glee Club HISKEY, Dick Emporia Phi Della Chi,.Science Club JOHNSON. William Howard Junction City Collegiate Club, Spanish Club JOHANNING, Cynthia Baldwin Home Economics Club JOHNSTON. Dorothy Carden City, New York Winnetaska, Rhythmic Circle JONES. John H. Emporia JONES. Martha Louise Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. Commerce Club JORGENSEN. Gordon L. Mount Hop- JUSTUS. Bill Harveyville KEIIL. Joyce Valley Center Winnetaska. Symphonic Chorus KELLS, Kathryn Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Elementary Club [ 73 ]KELSAY, Gene Kansas City. Missouri Sigma Tau Gamma. Madrigalians, Symphonic Chorus KENT, Dorothy Emporia KIEFER, Barbara Jo Emporia Pi Kappa Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. Newman Club. Speakers Bureau, Splash Club. Debate. Inter-Faith Council, Sunflower Staff KING. Calvin Watcrvillc KING. Charlotte Lebo Winnetaska. Symphonic Chorus KLAMM. Loeva Cottonwood Falls Winnetaska, Band KNIGHT, Carol Jean Lebo Winnetaska. Glee Club KNIPE, Barbara June Norwich Winnetaska KOCH, Marcia Hartford Commerce Club Louise Emporia Alpha. Sigma Pi Sigma, New- LONG. Robert Collegiate 4-H Club LOWRY, James LIJTZ, Mclva Emporia Auburn Holton Winnetaska, Commerce Club LYON. Elsie Paola Theta Sigma IJpsilon, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. McALISTER. Richard W. Atchison Mu Epsilon Nu McCLOUD, John L. Emporia Phi Delta Chi, Commerce McCRACKEN. Lenorc Valley Falls Winnetaska LAMB. Clara Winnetaska. Americus McDONALD. Vclmalec McPherson Winnetaska, Commerce Club McGREGOR. Delores Hartford Home Economics Club MADOLE. Martha Winfield Alpha Sigma Tau, Sigma Pi Sigma, Alice Freeman Palmer [ 74 ]F r (‘ s li in e ii MAIER, Charles Denison Mu Epsilon Nil. Mathematics Club, Science Club. Wesley Foundation, Y. M. C. A. MARDIS. Hollis Anthony Mu Epsilon Nu MARDIS, Joyce Anthony Physical Education Club MARKOWITZ. Kathleen Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Sigma Pi Sigma. New- man Club, Rhythmic Circle MARTIN. Joan Winfield Pi Kappa Sigma. F. T. A.. Orchestra, Sphinx MARTIN, Robert L. Concordia Mu Epsilon Nu. Dramatics Club, Band, Orchestra MAYS. Ida Lynn Emporia Wesley Foundation MEREDITH. Lyle Plainville Sigma Tail Gamma. Symphonic Chorus MOORE, Harold Teterville MOORE. James E. Emporia Commerce Club MOORE, Nancy Lee Cedar Rapids, Iowa Madrigalians, Symphonic Chorus MOORE. Roberta Emporia MORELAND. Eugene Mathematics Club Emporia MORRAY. Norman Emporia MORSE. Marjorie Ann Winnetaska. Commerce Club Chase MOSBY. Sidney W ellington MOSSBARGER, Harold Osage City MOUNT. Richard K. Emporia MOYER. Sidney Jay Argonia • [ 7S ]r MYERS, Charles NICKEL, Marvin Phi Delia Chi NIGHTINGALE, Guy Newton Strong City Richmond, Missouri NOLL. Lloyd E. NOLL, Lucille Winnetaska, Newman Club ORR, Wanda Loll Pi Kappa Sigma, Sphinx Winchester Winchester Cold water OWENS. June F. Cent ratio Winnetaska, Commerce Club PARKER. Don Rurrton Mu Epsilon Nu PATTERSON. Henry J. Newton PERDARIS. James Kappa Sigma Epsilon' PERSl M.rjok J Wiripctaska. (dec Gjiib V ® Juries A. e II Club. -St Frtfilerick fyi 11 zzM. PATTERSON. Peggy Lou Sigma Sigma Sigma Emporia Emporia Sigma mcrcc PINE. Leona Winnetaska, Collegiate 4-II Cluh POMEROY. Mary Kathryn Springfield, Missouri Orchestra POWELL, Darrell F. Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Cluh, Band PROTHE, Melvin Bremen Mu Epsilon Nu PROVINCE. Norman Eureka PUGH. Virginia E. Emporia Winnetaska, Band PURKABLE. W. J. Eureka RADKE, Paul C. Hoisington Mu Epsilon Nu RANDALL. John Newton Band RANSOM. Glenn B. Anthony Band [ 76 ]F r c s li in e ii RATZI.AFF. Willis F. T. A. RUED, Virginia Mathematics Club REINERT. Mattel Lea Winnetaska August a Gal vest a Montezuma RENFRO. Eugene Sigma Tan Gumma RICE. Calvin RICH. Billy Emporia Emporia Emporia RICHARDS. Gerald E. Mu Epsilon Nu RICHARDS. John M. Phi Delta Chi RICHARDSON, Virgel E. Ellsworth Emporia Cimarron Sigma Tan Gamma. Symphonic Chorus f 'V Washington, I). C. . Spanish Club, Inter-Faith RYAN. John J. Emporia SCHWAB. Carl SCI IWENDIM A N, Lawrcnee Band SCOTT, Billy Madison Hillsboro Halstead SCOTT, Jane Frankfort Winnetaska SCOTT. Vern Dale White City Mu Epsilon Nit SEIBEL. Rickard R. McPherson SEIFERT, Pat Kingman Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. Collegiate 4-11 dill) SERGEANT. Vernon K. Lebo SHELTON. Doris Madison Winnetaska [ 77 ]SHOEMAKER. C. Dwayne Olathe Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club SHOO REN, Lorene Lindsborg SI10MBER, Arlene Rosetta Emporia Winnetaska. Spanish Club. V. VV. C. A. SIIREFFI.ER. Gale Franklin, Pennsylvania Mu Epsilon Nu SHRINER. Belva Jean Geneseo Winnetaska SILL, Albert Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma. Cheer Leader SIMMONS, Carol Allen Winnetaska SIMMONS, Robert Clay Center Sigma Tau Gamma SIMONOFF, Steven New York City, New York Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Newman Club. Science Club trarutnyng.;—----------11 Emporia igma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigitia, Alice Freeman Palmer. Home Economics Club SPENCER. Alta Mae Emporia Winnetaska. Collegiate 4-11 Club SPENCER, George W. Uurveyville SPILLMAN, Richard Zenith STAATZ. Merlin 1). F.T. A. Junction City STEINER. Beverly C. Winnetaska, Collegiate 4-11 Chorus Newton Club, Symphonic STROBEL, Dale E. Hiawatha STIJBER, Harold Toronto SI LL1VANT, Paul Newman Club W overly SUMMERS, Ralph. Jr. Scott City SUTTON, Jack Lurnont Commerce Club [ 78 ]F r c s li in n TARR, Virginia Mae Wichita Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physical Education Club TAYLOR. Barbara Kinsley Delta Sigma Epsilon, Symphonic Chorus TAYLOR. Deaun Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club THOLEN, Frances Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Newman Club THOLEN, Robert H. Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Newman Club THOMAS, Howard L. Emporia Sigma Tau Camma THOMAS, Marilyn Montezuma Winnetaska THORNTON, Lawrence Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Commerce Club TUSH, Eugene Carnett VAN £ VANCE, igjikfcyi VARN Howard tacksville TTa, Sym- ates Center Osage City Reading WHITESELL, Omar P. Salem, Hew Jersey Mathematics Club WHITTLE. Connie Sedgwick Winnetaska WICHERT, Mary Lou Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, Newman Club WIEBE, Pearl G. Newton Winnetaska WIEDERSTEIN, Merle Halstead Mu Epsilon Nu WIGGINS, Nina Hamilton Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sphinx WILHITE, Mary Jo Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club, Newman Club WILKE, Betty Darlene Allen Winnetaska, Physical Education Club, Home Economics Club [ 79 ]F r e s li hi e ii WILLIAMSON. Lester A. Altamont WILSON. Janet Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Sigma Pi Sigma. Newman Club . r ----IZ WINCATE. Lor T5 V 5; "jfr Attica Winnetaska, Collegiate 4-Hi Club. Home Economics Club. J ysical Education Club WOOD. Joan WOODBURY Phi Em poria ic Circle Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon, Rhvt Phi DcliitiClii A j WREN. Marilyn' Williamsburg WYCEETBfll WYGLE, Peggy YEAGER, YEA ROUS. Glenn Mu Epsilon Nu fCSCT i. Chase Hamilton A Admire EmporiaT HE S E I F LII W E II [ 81 ]—Right Janet Steffe Below Pat Ford Rae Armour[ 86 ]PACE- ar. tipper I-efl Joan Smith Upper Right Dorothy Overholt Lower Left Kathleen Gleichman Lower Right Rosemary Voeste Right Annabelle Turner Relow Laura Carrender Jeane Fisher [ 87 ]PAGE 88 Upper l.cfl Marjorie Fanestil Upper Riglit Virginia Green l.nwer l.efl Neua MuIsolu Lower Flight Betty Sorenson Right Helen Hett Below Anna May Crambilt Roberta Bell [ 89 ][ 90 ]PAGE- 90 Upper Left Ann Harrison Upper Right- Joyce Mardis Lower Left Oueta Baker Lower Right Karmen Dee Edwards Right Patricia Bean Below Jeanne Foster Charlotte Hawes [ 91 ]PACE—92 Upper Left Nancy Woodward Upper I.eft Roberta Radcliff Lower taft Melua Mayes Lower Right Mardell Bell Right Margaret Prisock Below Joyce Mobley Nadine MerilattPAGE—94 Upper Left Leila Lewis Upper Right Charlene Bradford Lower Left Martha Madole Lower Right Irena Bicker Right lone Coman Below Nedra Pflaum Donna Fry [ 95 ]ZTj uJ bU sc CD [ 97 ]wmm Pan-llellMiic Council Top How, Left to Right—Delta Sigma Epsilon—Eunice Severn . Joanne Ranty, Patricia Bean. Sigma Sigma Sigma—Frances Morrissey. Pat Colglazier, Jocelyn Johnston. Alpha Sigma Tau—Joy Branson. Betty Cicst, Valetta Moeekel. Second How, Left to Hight—Miss Ruth Hutcheson. Sponsor; Valetta Moeekel, President. Alpha Sigma Alpha—Ina Lou Conklin. Ann Harrison. Wilmetta Wilson. Pi Kappa Sigma—Carol Edwards. Norma Jean Knouse, Dec Evans. Theta Sigma Epsilon Irena Bicker, Elsie Lyon. Phyllis Todd. OFFICERS VALETTA MOECKEI................ President INA LOU CONKLIN .......... Vice-President PAT COLGLAZIER ............... Secretary Three members from each sorority form the Pan-Hellenic Council. It is in this organization that rush rules are formulated and the cooperative spirit among sororities is developed. The Pan-Hellenic Council and Interfraternity Council confer on Greek policies. The Pan-Hellenic Council awards a scholarship cup each year to the sorority with the highest academic rating for the year. I 98 ]Inter- F r ii trinity C n n n c i I first Row, Left to Right Phi Delta ('.hi—Alfrc«l Deering, David Morris. Sigma Tan Comma -Robert Knox. Willard Jones. Second Row. Left to Right Mr. V. T. Trusler. Sponsor; Eugene Grissom, President. Phi Sigma Epsilon—Laurence Hailey. Frank “Bid” Karnes. Kappa Sigma Epsilon- Joe Kiscnhacli. Roy Kiegle. OFFICERS EUGENE GRISSOM ........................... President DAVID MORRIS ........................ Vice-President ROY RIEGLE ............................... Secretary The purpose of the Inter-Fraternity Council is to formulate and promote the rules, activities and standards common to fraternities. The council is composed of two representatives from each of the four fraternities on the campus, and in addition, Mr. V. T. Trusler, Dean of Men. The chief aim of the council is the maintenance of friendly relations between the Greek organizations on the campus. Cooperation between fraternities and independent organizations is also stressed. [ 99 ]First Hon•—Armour. Baird, Ballentine, Chance, Childers Conklin, Corey, Drum. [ 100 ]Alpha Sigma Alpha .LPHA Sigma Alpha, established in 1901. looks back at another successful year in her college life. Rush week began and ended with a “bang” when fourteen pledges became our Alpha Sig sisters. After each pledge was serenaded by the active members, we attended church and dinner as a group. A wonderful time was had by all members of Alpha Sigma Alpha when we threw open the doors of our new home at 929 West Street, to welcome the fraternity and independent men to open house. Thrill of Homecoming week was next with our own Patricia Ford taking the honors as Peggy Pedagog. Further honors came when “Pat” was chosen queen of the Kansas University “Sweetheart Swing” at Lawrence. The formal dance given by the pledges as our annual “Snowball Formal” was a big success. The center of attention was a huge snow man in the middle of the floor under a cascade of streamers. A beautiful new Prisock. Ridenour, Sloan, Sorenson, Tarr. Teichgraeber, Tliolen. Thomas, Van Sickle, Well;.. J. Wilson. W. Wilson, Miss Edna McCullough, Sponsor. Not Pictured- Mrs. Belly Johnson. Sponsor. [ 101 ]Pledges at meeting . . . Mother West and some of the girls . . . Gin’s room . . . Merry music makers . . . Queen for a day . . . Bedtime talkfcst. Alpha Sig sweetheart song was presented by the pledges. Shirley Baird, pledge president, wrote the words to this song, and Betty Sorenson, active senior, composed the music. Founders day, observed by the Emporia Alumnae with dinner for the active chapter, found all ASA’s recalling past activities. Second semester rush week found us with six new pledges. The traditional “Hearts Win” preferential dinner at the chapter house was lovelier than ever with bowls of red and white carnations forming a center- [ 102 ]Alpha Sigma Alpha MRS. ROSK WEST. Housemother ANN HARRISON. President INA LOU CONKLIN ................................. Vice-President JACKIE (MAXWELL) SLOAN ..................... Recording Secretary NEVA MULSOW ........................... Corresponding Secretary VIRGINIA MOORE ....................................... Treasurer ANN HARRISON ....................... Pan-Hellenic Representatives WILMETTA WILSON, INA LOU CONKLIN piece. The second semester pledges were Betsy Doane, Dee Ballentine, Shirley Stacy, Frances Robison, Mary Beth Huebert, and Marcia Koch. On Mother’s day the Alpha Sigs were hostesses at a formal tea given for the mothers, and a Father-Daughter Banquet was held for the girls’ fathers. In May, all Alpha Sig members were honored with a breakfast. At this time we said farewell to our senior members and another year for ASA. [ 103 ][ 104 ]Alpha Sigma Tau On APRIL 7, 1925, the Iota chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau became active on the Emporia State campus. The sorority owns its house at 1006 Constitution, and last summer the attic was fixed into a large room which enabled the house to hold six more girls. Twenty three girls are now living in the house. “Hit Parade,” our fall rush week theme, which included the parties: “Met Her on Monday,” “Hands Across the Table,” “Black Magic” and “A Kiss in the Dark,” rewarded us with nine pledges who were initiated to active membership in January. The second semester “Carnival” rush week attracted seven new Alpha Tau pledges. In honor of the sorority’s forty-ninth year, a formal dinner was held on Founders day, November fourth. This year was also Iota chapter’s twenty-fifth anniversary. The Alpha Taus went all out for the Homecoming decorations and the Follies — the visiting Alums helped to make the occasion a happy and Nicholas. Ovcrholi. Phillips. Puckett. Pulir. Reed. Roberts. Rubv. Stead. Thill. Trice, Vandavccr, Walls, Miss Helen Carman, Sponsor. [ 105 ]Relaxin' . . . Midnight snack . . . Lazv . . . Mother Nason instruct inn on the late-lcave book . . . Christmas decorating . . . Indoor marshmallow roast . . . Homeward hound. memorable one. Mardel Bell represented the sorority as an attendant to Peggy Pedagog. One of our most successful parties was the one in which the girls asked their best boyfriend of the moment, donned jeans and plaid shirts, attacked three hayracks and were off for a wonderful time. Huge plates of spaghetti, chunks of French bread, and cups filled with steaming hot coffee were served. When the bonfire had died down to embers, we rode [ 106 ]Alpha Sigma Tau MRS. FRANK NASON, Housemother BETTY GEIST, President MARJORIE STEAD RUTH PUCKETT ... ALBERTA NICHOLAS BETTY GEIST JOY BRANSON .... VALETTA MOECKEL JOY BRANSON .... .............. Vice-President ......... Recording Secretary .... Corresponding Secretary Pan-Hellenic Representatives .............. Rush Captain back to the house and changed to skirts and sweaters; then we were off to the Sunset Inn for an evening of dancing. “By the Wishing Well” was the theme chosen by the pledges for their fall formal. A large well containing small bucket ash trays for favors occupied the center of the room. Climaxing the social events of the year was the annual spring formal, “Tau Heaven.” [ 107 ][ 108 ]Sigma fpsiloo Della LPHA 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 at Emporia State, March 21, 1917. The Delta Sigs began the year with a busy rush week which was brought to a close with a “Grand Finale" preferential dinner. The following Sunday morning fifteen girls became pledges of Delta Sigma Epsilon. Semester activities progressed with Open House for the fraternities and Mu Epsilon Nu. The pledges gave a formal dance for the actives at the Civic Auditorium using as their theme “Snow Flurries.” The Delta Sigs eagerly participated in Homecoming activities and the follies. On the night of December 13, the chapter entertained their dates Pennington, Kadcliff. Rainy, Sander. Schwab, Sutton. Taylor, Voeste, Wilhite, Wen ler, Wood, Mis Ih-ulali Moulton, Sponsor. [ 109 ]Midnight cliuller . . . Study period . . . Don’t Give up Hope . . . Posed at meeting . . . Yulctide decorating . . . Mother Hall, Prexv Severns, and girls on the porch. and guests at a Christmas buffet supper at the house. The house was decorated with Christmas trees, holly, mistletoe, and candles. The second semester got off to a good start with the pledging of five girls. Delta Sigma was happy to receive the Pan-Hellenic Scholarship Award for highest rating of grades in 1947. The most remembered of all parties was our spring formal with a “Moon Mist” theme. Feature decorations were a ceiling of angel hair [ no ]Delta Sigma Epsilon MRS. NELLIE HALL. Housemother EUNICE SEVERNS. President PATRICIA BEAN ......................................... Vice-President JOSEPHINE BLOXOM ..............................Corresponding Secretary MELVA MAYES ami DOLORES GOAD ..................... Recording Secretary ROSEMARY VOESTE ............................................ Treasurer MELVA MAYES .............................. Pan-Hellenic Representative with clouds of cotton and silver stars, and a large moon. The Seven Counts furnished the music. Once again our thoughts turned to our fathers and mothers whom we honored with special programs and dinners. This has been a happy year for the Delta Sigs and we are sorry to see it end. [ in ]Kappa Sigma Epsilon JOE EISENBACH MRS. A. H. OGAN BILL CRAWFORD First Semester President Housemother Second Semester President First Semester Second Semester BOB FONCANNON .......................Vice-President ........................ MARK ROSE DALE STINSON ........................Secretary ......................... WALTER COOPER PALL DcGRAFFENREID ..................Treasurer ..................................... REX JONES ROY RIEGLE, JOE EISENBACH ........... Inter-Fraternity Council Representatives DR. CEORGE R. R. PFLAUM ................................... Faculty Sponsors MR. G. A. BUZZARD, MR. RALPH LYNN. MR. LEOPOLD LEIGL [ H2 ]Meeting night . . . Mother Ogan gels off a good one . . . Saturday morning pledge duties . . . off to church? . . . Hull session. OTHER year passes leaving the Kappa Sigs happy that it is over but sad that all good things must come to an end. Realizing that everyone attains their ends, although usually through lack of exercise, we flourished our muscles in intramurals, exercised our brains in academic pursuits, and turned the other cheek when reaching for a limb to cling to. [ 113 ]EL Fifth Row, Left to Right—Armstrong, Bean, Bell. Boyd. Buck Bumgardner. Carr, Carutlicrs. Fourth Row, Left to Right—Cooper, Corbett. Crandall. Cusic, DeGraffenreid, Donnellun, Dunn, Embry. Third Row, Left to Right—Engle. Fladung. Fletcball, Foncannon, Click, Haag, Hall, Harmon. Second Row, Left to Right—llarnden, Harrow, Hess, Ilyden, Johnson, Jones, Juhlin, Keil. First Row, Left to Right—Keefer, King, LaCertc, l.enigan. Long, Mcllvain, McQuin, McVay. In the fall, the call goes out to Kappa Sigs near and far to flock to some central point, namely the Broadwview Hotel. The purpose is to become engulfed in an evening of revelry at the annual Bowery Party. Our queen this year was Miss Mary Jo Wilhite, who reigned over the evening’s festivities. [ 114 ]Kappa Sigma Epsilon Fourth Row. Left to Right—Milsap. Minear. Morgan. Oblcy, Olm, O'Mara. Osburn, Payne. Third Row, Left to Right—Pearse, Pcrdaris. Pratt. Pyle. Kieglc, Rose, Sander, Slianelec. Second Row. Left to Right—Scliult. Sheen, Sintonoff. Spat .. Stinson, Stout, Thomas. Thornton. First Row. Left to Right—-Trimble. Truslcr. N. I'hland. W. llhland. Vantuyl. Wilson. Mr. C. A. Huzzard. Mr. Leopold Liegl. During the second semester our dinner-dance called the Salad Slide highlighted a year of social activities on the campus. After finishing two years in our 24-room home, located at 612 West 12th, we believe ourselves fortunate to have a home as beautiful as ours. [ 115 ]Brown. Carrcmlcr. Cramblit, Evans Faulty, Kiefer. [ M6 ]Merilull, Orr. Shaw. Sleffe. Straight, Turner. Wiggins. Wright, l)r. Minnie Miller. Sponsor. To IMAGINE Pi Kappa Sigma without Aunt Jo, our housemother, is to imagine a sorority without girls. For nineteen years Aunt Jo has been giving her time and love to the girls at 132 West 12th. “Remember the Time When” was heard frequently at our reunion dinner in August at the Broadview Hotel. The “New Ix ok” and nine new pledges joined us in welcoming the fraternity and independent men during Open House. Many Pi Kap alumni returned for the Homecoming game. For the Follies skit we used a “Haren Scarum” theme. [ 117 ]Posed at meeting . . . Stan Kenton, no doubt . . . Hello curly . . . Aunt Jo. Prcxy. and V-P . . . Big dale . . . “Male” call. The Student Union revealed the theme “Smoke Dreams” at our fall formal given by the pledges. Eddie Wortman’s band furnished the musical element with vocals by Anna May Cramblit, one of our members. For Founders Day, November 17, we were honored by a visit from Mrs. George Clerisse, our national second vice president. Even Santa Claus had competition for popularity when it came to the Christmas breakfast given by Aunt Jo. The beautiful Christmas [ ns ]Pi Kappa Sipa CAROL (EDWARDS) AUSTENFELD. President ADELIA EVANS ................ .. Vice-President JOANNE (LEWIS) MeVAY ....................... .................... Corresponding Secretary ANN A BELLE TURNER Recording Secretary MARY RUPLE ......................... Treasurer CAROL AUSTENFELD ........................... ADELIA EVANS, NORMA JEAN KNOUSE ................. Pan-Hellenic Representatives MRS. EMMA JONES ................... Housemother tree, smothered with brightly wrapped gifts, was soon left with a pile of paper and ribbons when the gift exchange was over. Second semester saw us with seven new pledges. They were: Mary Jo Utting, Connie Whittle, Doris Kind, Gladys Hogg, Helen Sutherland, Ruby Biewener, and Barbara Hager. The Broawview hotel grillroom was the scene for “Silhouettes," the theme for our April dinner-dance. To Dr. Minnie Miller, our faculty sponsor, we would like to express our appreciation for her valuable advice and time that she has given us. [ ]hi Sigma Epsilon N FRANK “BID" KARNES MRS. GLADYS GILBERT First Semester President Housemother JOHN LANE ............. Second Semester President NEIL WILEY ....................... Vice-President EUGENE .McANTEE ............. Secretary-Treasurer JOHN LANE. LAURENCE BAILEY .................... ........ Interfraternity Council Representatives DR. S. W. CRAM ................ Faculty Sponsors MR. WALTER BUTCHER, MR. PAUL KUTNINK [ 120 J i9B3H3Da33fl aaaB'-fQBsa Sunday sports section . . . “Newt" hits the Imoks . . . Hey! what is this . . . Work pledge, y»»' too Karnes . . . This must he posed . . . How did this get in here .NOTHER year has passed into the history of Phi Sigma Epsilon, and gone with it are the traditional parties and functions of the fraternity for 1947. Fifteen pledges were entered upon the rolls in January. After observation of the delayed pledging rule which went into effect the semster before, Phi Sigma Epsilon was quite sure that this rule is definitely a step towards a better fraternity. [ 121 ]Fifth Row, Left to High!—Amberg, Bailey, Buranoski. Beaston, Blythe. Bowen. Breazier, Brown. Bruning. Fourth Row, Left to Right—Bnlkley, Butterfield. Case, Corey, Criqtii, Crouch, DeMott. Dctrick. Dick. Third Row, Left to Right—Duncan, Dye, Edwards, C. Gordon, K. Gordon, Criffitls, Grimm, llalli-gun. Hanna. Second Row, Left to Right—Harrison, Hoffman. Hogg, llohnc, Horst, K. I). Jordan. R. G. Jordan, Jones, Kadcl. First Row, Left to Right—Kessler, Kline, I). Lamb, V. Lamb, Lane, Larson, Latas, Liggett, M. Litchfield. The Farmers Ball was held with its traditional fanfare at the Amer-icus Town Hall in May, and each year it seems to be bigger and better. Entertainment, decorations, costumes, and even the music were strictly rural in character. Among the political plums picked this year by the Phi Sigs was the Presidency of the Student Council, with Alvin Morris holding this office until his graduation in January. [ 122 ]Phi Sigma fpsilon Fourth Row. Left to Riftht W. Litchfield. McAnarney. McAntee, McGuire, Morris. Mushy. Mu sell, Nelson. Newton. Third Row. Left to Riftht -Oyler, Patterson. Pennybakcr. Poppino, Pottak, Powers, Ray. Schroeder, Scott. Second Row. Left to Riftht—Shaw. Short. Smith. Stacey. Stokes, Stricklin, Soph. Swank. Taylor, Waddell. First Row, Left to Riftht Wiley. Wilson. Dale Wright, David Wright. Walter Butcher, I)r. S. W. Cram, Paul Kulnink. Dr. T. Butcher. Dr. Philip W. Morgan. The Phi Sigs did well in sports with Bill Short being elected as Captain of the 1947 football squad, and Ted Baranoski, being elected to serve in that capacity for the forthcoming season. To life itself, last year is now a closed book, but to the memory it will be heralded in future years as a year of crowning success. [ 123 ]Phi Delta ALFRED DEERING MIIS. J. A. KEIFFER EUGENE GRISSOM Second Semester Housemother First Semester President President OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester ALFRED DEERING ..................Vice-President .............. DAVID MORRIS BILL COCHEN.NET .................Secretary .................. WARREN AUSTIN WARREN AUSTIN ...................Treasurer .................... GENE WILSON DR. 0. J. BORCHERS ....................................... Sponsors HAROLD CLARK, CHARLES HENDRICKS, DALE HOGAN . [ 124 ]Pipe smokers . . . Officers at meeting . . . fastening to the Hornets defeating Pittsburg . . . Here, what is this . . . 772 please . . . Cramming for finals, no doubt. A CHAIN reaction of events this year marked the progress of the Phi Delts. The purchase of the fraternity home at 1102 Commercial started the reaction, not unlike that of atomic proportions. The new house called for a new housemother, Mother Keiffer, who in turn helped to organize the boarding club and activate the Mothers and Wives Club. Side reactions which took place included the pledging of twenty-nine men, twenty-two of them becoming active second semester.Hjth Row. Left to Right—A. Ames, J. Ames. Archer, II. Auslcnfcld, L. Auslenfeld. Austin, Baird. Beuttie. Bebermeyer. fourth Row, Left to Right Blount. G. Bratton. I). Bratton, Brittain. Brown, Burt. Bush, Gannon. J. Carr. Third Row, Left to Right—M. Carr. Cochennet, Collins, Corey, Davcy, Day, Denning, Doles, Edwards. Second Row, Left to Right—Flott, Funk, Greenlee, Hall, Higgins, lliskey, I). Iloldredge. II. Hold-redge, Hoyt. First Row, Left to Right—Inthurn, Kimbrough, Knouse, Kowalski, Krueger, Lurkin, Lemons, Leonard, McCloud. The fraternity’s attempts to retain the Homecoming Follies trophy, won by them in 1946, were of no avail. The Phi Delts bowed in defeat to the overwhelming competition presented by a dazzling display of feminine pulchritude. To the Phi Delts went the trophy for placing second in house decorations. The annual Phi Delt “Swing” was held in the Broadview Hotel Grillroom. This occasion was marked by the return of many alumni. [ 126 ]Phi Delta Chi Fourth Row. Left to Right Malumbri. Maxwell. Murray. Morris, Neadcrliiscr, Nickel. Notion, O’Donnell, Pedigo. Third Row, Left to Right -Perdaris, Pfluglioft. Plummer. Powell. Reeser. Richter, Riggs. Sharp, Srpiicr. Second Row. Left to Right Stolfus, Thomas. Triemer, Turner, litter, VanSickle, Weller. Williams. Wilson. First Row. I.eft to Right—R. Woodbury, P. Woodbury, Wort man. Yeager, Dale Hogan, Dr. O. J. Borchers. For the second consecutive year the Phi Belts won the annual Singing Bee with Joe Turner, singing “Summertime” and Gene Bratton, soloing on the “Honeymoon Song.” A happy end to our social calendar was the long-awaited “Splash,” our spring formal. This has been a year of improvement and progress — a year of chain reactions in this Atomic Age. [ 127 ]Fourth Row, Left to Right—Adam, Baker, Beck, Bell. Belting, Bollinger. Bronscma. Colglazier. Third Row, Left to Right—Coman, Davis, Doile, Ethridge, Fancslil, Foster, Galtcrinan, (let .. Second Row. Left to Right llassler, Hefner. Heidebrecht, I loch, Hoyt, Jeanneret, Jetty, Johnston. First Row, Left to Right—Jones, Jordan. Kells, Knhlman. Kntnink (Butterfield), L. Lewis, N. Lewis, S. Lewis. Sigma Sigma Sigma A OiAMJt [ 128 ]Sigma Sigma Sigma A T THE conclusion of a most successful rush week, with a theme of “Something Old, Something New,” Pi chapter was the proud possessor of twenty-seven pledges. The buzz of rush week soon broke into a roar when shortly after the beginning of school we entertained the campus fraternities and Mu Epsilon Nu during Open House. Homecoming comprised a big chapter in the fun and frolics of the Tri Sigs this year. House decorations and our skit for the Follies took time and work but the silver cup which is setting on the mantel is more Third How, Ia-Ii to Right McNeill. Mallurv. Marmonl. Mathews. Patterson. Payne, Pennington, Pflaum. Second How. l.eit to Right—Pierce. Richards. Russell. J. Seifert. P. Seifert. Smith. Soule. Taylor. First Hoic. I. • It to Right Thresher. Vance, Welch. Wilhite. Wilson. Yeager. Miss Irene DeMun, Sponsor.Mirror, Mirror, Who is fairest of them all? . . . Dick Tracy et al . . . That's right. Zclma Dec . .. My man . . . Posed for the pholog ... so is this. than ample reward for our efforts in compiling our “Calendar of Campus Cuties.” During Homecoming nearly one hundred active members and alums attended a buffet supper at the chapter house. Six-foot suckers, candy canes, ice cream cones, and gingerbread men formed the center figure for our “Candy Ball” given by the pledges. The Counts provided music for the gala occasion. Following the annual formal Christmas dinner which was held at the Mit-Way Hotel, we gathered at the chapter house for our gift ex-Sigma Sigma Sigma MRS. ALICE SULLIVAN. Housemother FRANCES MORRISSEY. President OFFICERS MARJORIE FANESTIL .............. Vice-President IMOGENE RICHARDS ........ Recording Secretary LAURA MAE KUHLMAN ................... Treasurer ZELMA DEE PENNINGTON ..................... ................... Corresponding Secretary PATRICIA COLGLAZIER. JOCELYN JOHNSTON FRANCES MORRISSEY ........................ ....... Pan-Hellenic Council Representatives change among holly and mistletoe. Our Mothers Club presented us with the best gift of all, a complete set of porch furniture for the date room. Another silver cup was placed on the mantel when we won the Women’s award in the Singing Bee. Our numbers included “Begin the Beguine” and our Sweetheart song. Our spring formal theme brought back the “18th Century.” Silhouettes of black and powder blue and black lace fans transformed the Student Union into an old fashioned ballroom. [ 131 ]ROBERT KNOX President MRS. ALICE POTTS Housemother OFFICERS VIRGIL HURT JOE ENGERS ..................... Vice-Presidents LEON HOLLINGSWORTH Secretary LEONARD RICH ......................... Treasurer ROBERT KNOX. LEONARD RICH .............. ...... Inter-Fraternity Council Representatives MR. E. C. McGILL ......... Faculty Sponsors DR. EVERETT RICH. MR. IIERM N BAEHR MR. ROY DURHAM [ 132 ]SLJLII'i!’! is -r This bov is working too hard . . . Look preliy, hoys . . . Final time ... Big wheels . . . Dinner is served ... Me has heen around too long. DeLTA CHAPTER of Sigma Tau Gamma, held its initial social function at the Country Club in September and gained eighteen pledges. During Homecoming week-end buffet luncheons and dinners were served at the chapter house in honor of the visiting alumni. The elaborate house decorations won verbal praise by hundreds of local and visiting passers-by. [ 133 ]Sigma lau Gamma Fifth Row, Left to Right—Adam. Adam . Anderson. Barnes, Baxter. Bernard. Boyle, J. W. Brink-man, T. Brinkman. Fourth Row. Left to Right—Burkett, Butler, Dabbs, Drummond, Egner, Erickson, Errclt, Falir-bach, Gadbcrry. Third Row, Left to Right- -Gladfelier. Greischar, Gunkle, Hanna. Hill. Hollingsworth, Holmes. Hurt, R. E. Jones. Second Row, Left to Right—Willard Jones, Wm. Jones, kandt. Kelsey. Koons. Korte. Kumli, I-arson. W. I rson. First Row, Left to Right—Laughlin, Lauron ana. Litchfield. Lonnbcrg, Loy. Lusk. McCue. Me-Elhaney, McGuire. Eddie Wortman and his band furnished music for the annual pledge dance in the Student Union. Cider bowls, plates of gingerbread and twenty-four white roses made an attractive refreshment table. The Counts made with the music for the second semester rush dance. Two of our sixteen pledges were elected to the Mathematics fraternity [ 134 ]Sigma Tau Gamma • ourlh lion, Left to Right Markowitz, Martin, Mercer. Meredith, Miles, Miller. Owen, Perry. Polil. Third Row, Left to Right Renfro. Rice. Rich. Richardson. Richmond, Roberts, D. Royer. H. Royer, Schaucr. Second Row, Left to Right—Sigler, Sill. Simmons, Smith, Stallard, Tewcll, Tholen. Thomas, Travis. First Row, Left to Right—Weinman. Welch, Williamson. L. Winters. M. Winters. Mr. Herman Baelir, Mr. Roy Durham, Mr. E. C. McGill. Dr. Everett Rich. which brings Tau membership in that organization to thirteen. Three of the pledges entered Phi Mu Alpha. We have enjoyed another successful year, and most of all, the organization has enjoyed its close relationship with other Greek organizations at Emporia State. [ 135 ][ 136 ]Theta Sigma Upsilon Todd. White, Voting. Zimin ;rman. COMPARATIVE stranger on the Emporia State Campus, Alpha chap, ter of Theta Sigma Upsilon, again assumed its rightful place among its sister organizations in September of 1947, after five years of inactivity. Theta Sigma Upsilon was founded on the Emporia State Campus in 1921. From a local organization, Sigma Literary society emerged Alpha chapter. Theta Sigma Upsilon was quite active on the campus until September of 1942, when the chapter went inactive after only four of their girls returned. Miss Vera Newburn, National President of Theta Sigma Upsilon, came to Emporia in May of 1947, for the purpose of reactivating the chapter. The following December, Miss Newburn and Miss Frances Iiashbarger, one of the founders of Theta Sigma Upsilon, came to Emporia to initiate ten girls into active membership and to re-install the chapter. Upon hearing that the Thetas were again making plans for the traditional annual Christmas Dinner, Miss Newburn arranged to arrive in [ 137 ]Tinseling the tree . . . Making with the yulelidc decorations . . . Figuring the budget. President Bicker and Mother Newton . . . Must he raining . . . Watch that. Candy! . . . Well! time to attend. A number of faculty women were also invited to this annual event of the Yuletide season. Other events on the first semester social calendar included Open House for the fraternities and a buffet luncheon for the Alumnae during Homecoming week. We also participated in the Follies. One of our most outstanding programs was given by Miss Jan Granger. This program inclded a fashion show at Granger’s. “Moonlight Gardens” was the theme of our spring formal at the Broadview Blue Room with music by The Counts. Decorations featured [ 138 ]Theta Sigma Upsilon MRS. K. R. NEWTON. Housemother IRENA BICKER. President OFFICERS TREVA LENZ JEAN TAYLOR ..... CATHERINE CARTER VELD A STEWART .. ELSIE LYON ...... .............. Vice-President ................... Secretary ................... Treasurer ...................... Editor Pan-HcUcnic Representatives PHYLLIS TODD. IRENA BICKER MISS PEARL WEI DM AN ......................... Sponsors MISS CATHERINE FREEMAN. MRS. RALPH PURVIANCE MRS. W. P. OWENS MRS. ELSIE PINE Honorary Patroness multi-colored paper roses against a background of silver stars and a large moon. Many trials and tribulations have marked our first year of reactivation, but we have enjoyed every minute of it. To you, Mother Beryl Newton, our capable housemother, we say “Thank you” for the guidance and comforting assurance you have proffered us in the past year. We hope you have enjoyed it as much as we have. [ 139 ]CLAUDE RILEY President EUGENE RUSH Vice-President JOE PARSONS Secretary RICHARD SCI I ROLL Treasurer SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS PAUL RADKE ....................... President BILL RAKER .................. Pice-President JOHN McCORMICK ................... Secretary BOB MITCH ELI..................... Treasurer DR. WILLIAM II. GRAY .............. Sponsors DR. GEORGE E. HILL. MR. ROY DURHAM [ 140 Jtpsilon o NE of the most outstanding organizations on the Emporia State Campus is Mu Epsilon Nu, the social organization for independent men. This year we were very happy to acknowledge participation by approximately 65 members. The group has been ably sponsored by Dr. William H. Gray, Dr. George E. Hill, and Mr. Roy Durham. The primary purpose of Mu Epsilon Nu is to give independent men an opportunity to participate in social activities which, as non - Greeks, they would fail to enjoy. The Crowning of Mis- Mary Jo tilling us Mu Ep Sweetheart . . . Hex Ciese pours . . . Thanks for the smile Claude. [ Ml ]Fifth Row, Left to Right—Ned Anderson, K. Anderson, Win. Baker, Geo. Blair. Paid Bom, Gilbert Boone, Win. Burrows, Richard Carlson, Robert Crowell. Fourth Row, Left to Right—Cecil Davis, Charles Davis, Verne Davis. Peter Den ler, Alfred Eric-son, Leon Everhart, Hurold Kish, Dan Fredcriksen. Charles Fryer. Third Row, Left to Right—Mance Giese, Charles Gilbert. Alan Gould, B. J. Green, Gerald Green, Donald Greene, Duane Harrison. Don Heidebrccht, Boyd llij't'ins. Second Row. Left to Right—Roy llildcrman. Marshall Jacob. Kenneth I.enkc, Sam Levinson, Don Linden, Ted Loney, Glenn Love, Richard McAlister, Fred McCabe. First Row. Left to Right—John McCormick, Charles Maier. Mollis Mardis, Robert Martin. Ronald Mayes, Robert Mitchell. Wallace Nelson. David O’Dea. Don Parker. Under the excellent leadership of our officers, the school year 1947-48 has proved to be one of the most successful in the history of the Mu Eps. Social activities began with the All School Party, jointly sponsored by Mu Ep and Winnetaska, September 26, in the Student Union. This year we organized an Alumni Association and had a large gathering at a special Homecoming dinner. First place honors in the Homecoming Decoration Contest were won by Mu Ep and Winnetaska under the excellent guidance of Ted Loney, art chairman. [ M2 ]mu Epsilon Hu Third Row, Left to Right Darrell Powell. Melvin Protlie, Wilbert Protlie, Norman Radkc, Paul Rudkc. Gerald Richards, Milo I). Riley. Roger Ruth, Max Saud;r. Second Row, Left to Right—Leo Scott. Vcni Scott, Dwayne Shoemaker. Gale Shreffler. James Smith. Erine Spade, Donald Stern. Donald Varnum. Fred Wichert. First Row, Left to Right—Merle Wiedcrslcin, Glenn Yearous, Roy Durham, Dr. W. II. Gray. Dr. George Hill. Our annual formal party featured an “Autumnal Festivities” theme in the Student Union with the Counts playing. Miss Mary Jo Utting was chosen our Mu Ep Sweetheart. The Mu Eps placed second in football and first in volley ball during intramurals. Other activities of the year were a hayrack ride and an all-day outing at Lake Kahola. Meetings include educational speakers or other entertainment and a monthly business meeting. When our vice president, Bill Baker, withdrew from school, Fred McCabe took over the office. Mu Epsilon Nu cordially invites all men students who are not affiliated with any social fraternity, to become members of this outstanding organization. [ 143 ]UJinnetaska MARGARET WHITLOW JUN1VEE UN RUM PEGGY FREDERIKSEN VIRGINIA ROSS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer In 1932, Maude Minrow, Dean of Women, helped establish Winnetaska. Since then it has provided social and cultural relationships for those girls not affiliated with any other social organization. The name “Winnetaska” was chosen because it has as its meaning “pleasant friendship,” and the association of the members with each other is based upon these words. Our weekly programs include such things as dance instruction to aid the members in learning new techniques in dancing. Etiquette lessons are also provided concerning behavior at teas, on dates, and at public I 144 ]fourth Row. Left to Riftht -Rulli Acscblimnn, Frances Allen, Emma Bahr. Gloria Barnes. Joanne Barnliari, Patricia Barrel!, Elizabeth Bell, Glenda Benedict, Margery Berends. Third Row. Left to Riftht—Charlene Bradford, Emily Bicwener, Anna Mac Brenner, Lolctta Camp-hell. Nadine Carr. E. (.'lurk. J. Clark, Ernestine Coil, Iris Decker. Second Row, Left to Riftlit Adclvn Desclmer. Kamonu Dowell. Winifred Drake. Barbara Dressier. Eloise Duty. Doris Dyck. Edith Eamun. Mona Edmisson. Martha Gillenwater. First Ron l.eft to Riftht—!.ocvn Klamm, Clara I.aml , Marilyn Thomas. functions. Some of the programs are given to games and singing for relaxation from the routine of college life. Winnetaska had fun during Homecoming and also enjoyed sharing with Mu Epsilon Nu the honors for first place in the decoration of the college entrance. Joan Smith was the independent organizations’ representative for Peggy Pedagog. We were especially fortunate to have as speakers Mr. Norman Eppink, on costume designing, and Dr. H. E. Schrammel, to tell about his trip [ l »5 ]UJinnetaska Fourth Kou Left to Right—Rose Fetrow. Kathleen Fox, Sue Foy, Rosalia Freeman, Janet Gauchat. Kathleen Gleichman, Virginia Green, Peggy Grocndycke, Marjorie Grover. Third Rote. Left to Right Jeanette llaag. Erina Jean Haase. Barbara Hagen, Margie Hall. Helen Hawley, Lois Hefty, Iris Hclmly, Thelma Henderson. Ethel Hill. Second Row. Left to Right—-Gladys Hogg. Lorna Holle. Virginia Hollister, Dorothy Johnston, Joyce Kehl, Charlotte King, Carol Knight, Barbara Knipe. Velma I incy. First Row. Left to Right—Irene Lcnkc. Melva Lutz, Esther Lvhargcr, Betty Marlar. Elsie Mast, Velma Lee McDonald, Marjorie Morse. Florence Mortimore, Lenore McCracken. to Alaska. During Religious Emphasis week, Reverend Stephen Williams, of the Congregational church, was our guest speaker. Our traditional Sadie Hawkins Day dance was held in the Student Union. Spring and Winnetaska-Mu Ep picnics go hand in hand. Our first one was at Wilson Park complete with music and dancing in the shelter house. Another picnic was held at Lake Kahola. All agreed that our hayrack ride was a great success. This wound up the social activities for another year and thoughts turned to summer vacations and sun tans — or perhaps even work. [ ]lilinnetaska Fourth How, Left to Right—Lucille Noll, Marjorie Perry. Marllm Pickering, Leona Pine, Laura Polanskv, Virginia Pugh, Dorothy Reichardt, Hazel Reinert. Lillian Ringwald. Third How. Left to Right— Bet tv .lean Rogers, Patricia Rudd, Eileen Sanders, Jane Scott. Doris Shelton. Belva Shrincr, Arlene Shomher, Carol Simmons, Barbara Smith. Second How, Left to Right—Irene Smith. Joan Smith, Norma Smith. Janice Socolofsky, Alta Spencer. Beverly Steiner, Gladys Stoops. Leona Triemer. Mary Jo Utting. First How, Left to Right—Ruth Valycr, Patricia Walquist, Helen Whited, Eleanor Whitlow, Connie Whittle. Pearl Wiche, Hetty Wilke. Loree Wingate, Nancy Woodward. For some time there has been a shortage of Winnetaska pins. New ones have been ordered; so once again our pins will be more plentiful on “ye old" campus. Winnetaska has not been a segregated organization. Many of its members are leaders in campus activities and make this organization a part of the entire school’s program for enlarging the individual opportunity for social advancement. [ H7 ][ 148 ] ACTIVITIES i I II M9 JStudent ALVIN MORRIS. First Semester President The Student Council has two main objectives: student representation and participation in school activities, and cooperation with the school administration to give the student body an opportunity for well balanced, creative activities while attending Emporia State. GLORIA BARNES WALTER CROUCH JEAN LEBLON C. W. HANNA Senior Representative Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Sophomore Representative [ ISO ] VIRGINIA MOORE Junior Representative DEE EVANS Junior RepresentativeCouncil Routine functions provided for by the Student Council are the class elections in the fall and spring, the appointment of the Sunflower and Bulletin editors, the selection of cheerleaders in the open forum manner, and the checkroom in the Union. Meetings are held every Tuesday afternoon. GEORGE BLAIR, Second Semester President ALFRED PEERING Junior Representative MARY JO WILHITE Freshman Representative JOYCE MOBLEY Senior Representative DeWAYNE SPATZ Senior Representative MR. ROY DURHAM Sponsor LAURENCE BAILEY Vice-President [ 151 JXi Phi JOE TURNER ............................. Piresident Xi Phi, Emporia State leadership fraternity, JOYCE MOBLEY ...................... Vice-President chooses its members on basis of leadership, scholar- MARY JO UTTING ......................... Secretary ship, and all around ability. BILL SHORT ............................. Treasurer Second semester pledges were: Laurence Bailey, KATHLEEN FOX ........................... Historian Alfred Dcering, Carl Fahrbach, Virginia Moore, Dorothy (Overholl) McQuin, William Crawford, Robert Ousley, Lloyd Eby. Top Row. Left to Right—Alex Daughtry, Sponsor: Joe Turner, Wilbur Reeser. Duane Bush. Middle Row, Left to Right—Jean Teichgracbcr. Pat Ford. Francis Taylor. Kathleen Fox. Joyce Mobley. liottoni Rote, Left to Right—Mary Jo fitting, George Blair. Alvin Morris. Frank “Bid" Karnes. [ 152 ]JACK KOWALSKI MILL ZIMMERMAN MARGARET WHITLOW BILL SHORT JOAN SMITH PERRY LUSK LEILA LEWIS GLORIA BARNES LEONARD RICH JOE EISENBACII BILL ADAMS DeWAYNE SPATZ [ 153 ]Who’s Who Among Students In American Universities And Colleges lop Row, Left to Right—George Blair, Lloyd Eby, Victor Hydcn, Jack Kowalski, Joyce Mobley. Middle Row, Left to Right—Alvin Morris, Robert Ousley. Margaret Rowlands. Bill Short, DcWaync Spatz. Bottom Row, Left to Right Jean Teichgracbcr, Joe Turner, May Jo Uttin", Margaret Whitlow. In each year’s class a few students stand out above the others in leadership, and all-around ability. These are the presidents, the secretaries, the chairmen of countless committees, the students who, busy as they are, yet find time to handle one more activity. These campus leaders are honored by being included in the annual “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges,” official U. S. directory of students who have brought honor to themselves and their school. Fourteen Emporia State students were included in the honorary list this year. They were selected for this recognition by an unannounced, unbiased faculty committee on the basis of academic work, extracurricular activities, and service to the school, and potentiality for future usefulness to business and society. Research has proved that those people who are active and outstanding as students sustain the same zeal in post-college life, and for this reason “Who’s Who” is used widely by employers in selecting promising employees to train for key positions. [ 154 ] Standing, Left to Right Dr. George R. R. Pflunm. Mr. K. C. McGill. Joe Eiscnbacli. Duane Bush. Miss Irene DeMun. Mr. Norman Kppink, Mary Jo lining. Patrick O’Mara. Laurence Bailey. Scaled, Left to Right—Miss Ruth Griffith. Dr. I). L. MacFarlanc, Miss Elsie Pine. Dr. S. W. Cram. JOE EISENBACH ........................... Student Cha'rman Organized in 1946 to arbitrate the problems of students and faculty, the Student-Faculty Adjustment Board has now attained a permanent place on the campus. Membership in the organization consists of six students and six faculty members, with the president of the college acting as ex-officio chairman. The board hears complaints and suggestions from students and faculty members, makes recommendations for the solution of student-faculty problems, and then channels these recommendations to the proper authority for action. All recommendations require a unanimous vote, and careful consideration is given before a decision is reached. The Board is governed by a group of fifteen by-laws defining the powers of the organization, and providing for the method of replacement of members. Student members are elected at the regular spring election to serve for not more than two years. Faculty representatives are appointed by the president of the college. Regardless of how petty the complaint may be, all have an equal chance to be heard. Upon request, students and faculty members have a chance to present their grievances before the board. For those who had rather write than recite, a suggestion box is located in the “Hornet’s Nest.” [ 155 ]il 11) li a T li p t a It li it RALPH 11 ASK ELI......................... President ILENK TRESSLER ..................... Vice-President EUNICE GRANADA . Secretary-Treasurer NORMAN R. EPPINK ......................... Sponsors RAOUL DEEMARE Alpha Theta Rho, honorary art fraternity, was organized in 1938, to provide for activities and discussions in the field of art, beyond those presented in the classroom. Membership is restricted to majors who consistently show more than average interest and ability in art. Activities include preparing and showing exhibits in the gallery in the Hotel Broadview, discussion of artists and their work, and informal contacts with people interested in art as a profession. Top Picture. Left to Right—Barbara Riddle, Raoul Dclmare, Gail DcMott Pal Yeager, Norman R. Eppink. Gloria Brinkman. Middle Picture—Left to Right—David Amend. Ralph Haskell. Pat Yeager. Eunice Granada. Mury Ruple, Gloria Brinkman. Bottom Picture, Left to Right—Ilene Trcssler. Mildred Mallary, Gail DeMott, Ralph Haskell, Barbara Riddle. [ 156 ]Kappa II Hi a Pi Fifth Row. Left to Right—Win, Baker, Gloria Barnes. Mardell Bell. Geo. Blair. Bobbie Boynton. Helen Carter, Jessie Day. Geo. Diekhoff, Barbara Dressier. Fourth How, Left to Right—Doris Dyck. II. Elliot, Carl Fahrhach, Byron Graber, Ruth Oriffitli. Ethel Hansen, Geo. Harrison, Ralph Haskell, Lois Hefty. Third How, Left to Right—Iris Helmley, Leon Hollingsworth, Gladys Holmes. Edwin Hooper, Virgil Hurt. Charles Iuirson, Laura Love, Harold Loy, Perry Lusk. Second Row. Left to Right—Esther Lybarger, Ethel McNeill. Stanley Martin. Elsie Mast, Njdins Merilatt, Alvin Morris, Dorothy Overholt, Ruth Puckett, Margaret Rowlands. First Row. Left to Right—Betty Sorensen. Jean Teichgraebcr. Elfrieda Borell. Junivee Unruh. Mary Jo lifting, Lola Viets. Dr. H. E. Schrammel. Sponsor. GEORGE HARRISON ............................-................ President DOROTHY OVERHOLT ....................................... Vice-President VENITA RICH ................................................. Secretary GEORGE BLAIR ................................................ Treasurer Kappa Delta Pi is a national honor society in education, which has as its purpose the encouragement of scholarship and educational progress. Menders are chosen for their professional promise, ability to express thought, their personality. and scholastic ability. Juniors, Seniors, and graduate students from the top twenty-five per cent of their classes are eligible. [ 157 ]Kappa Mu Epsilon fop Row, Left to Right—Lorena Adam, Melvin Hailey, Weldon Banz, George Blair, Eldon Breazier. Middle Row, Left to Right James Clark. Galen Davidson, Vernon Dnnean. Bruce Edwards, Carl Falirbacli. Rut tom Row, Left to Right—Robert Glad feller. Lewis Keefer. CARL FAHRBACH ...................... President ANABELLE TURNER ............... Vice-President GALEN DAVIDSON ..................... Recording Secretary C. B. TUCKER ........ Corresponding Secretary ROBERT GLADFELTER .................. Treasurer LEWIS E. KEEFER .................... Historian DR. O. J. PETERSON ................... Sponsor The Kansas Beta Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity, was established May 12, 1934, at Emporia State. Its membership is open to students majoring or minoring in mathematics who meet certain general and mathematical requirements. [ 158 ]Kappa Mu Epsilon Tow How. Left to Right Stanley. Martin, Lean Miles. Alvin Morris, Leonard Rich. Donald Royer. Hot tom How, Left to Right—-Leo Scott, Jack Sharp, James Smith, Dale Stinson. Dr. 0. J. Peter-son. Sponsor. The purpose of Kappa Mu Epsilon is to develop appreciation for mathematics, 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. Faculty members of Kappa Mu Epsilon are Dr. S. W. Cram, Miss Helen Garman, Lester Laird, Dr. 0. J. Peterson, Alfred Philips, Vernon Sheffield, C. B. Tucker, and Miss Annabelle Turner. The national organization of Kappa Mu Epsilon came into existence as a result of efforts of a mathematics instructor in Oklahoma. In 1931, Dr. Kathryn Wyant, an instructor in the mathematics department at Northeastern Oklahoma State Teachers College, organized Kappa Mu Epsilon. At present, there are thirty-seven chapters in the United States. [ 159 ]Pi kappa Delta Top Row, Left tv Right Win. Adams. Leon Hollingsworth, Lowell Long. James A. Miller. Patrick O’Mara. Bottom Rote, Left to Right- Joseph A. Parsons. Nedra Pflaum. I)r. George R. R. Pflaum. Aot Pictured—Findley llartzler. OFFICERS ♦ WILLIAM ADAMS ...................................... President JOE PARSONS ................................... Vice-President JAMES A. MILLER .......................... Secretary-Treasurer Emporia’s chapter of Pi Kappa Delta is one of the larger chapters in the United States and has many distinguished men on its alumni roll. Traditionally, Zeta chapter has conferred honorary membership upon leading Kansans. Among these men are former Governor Huxman; past Secretary of War, Mr. Woodring; and the former editor of the Emporia Gazette, Mr. William Allen White. Dr. George R. R. Pflaum, head of the speech department and director of forensic activities at Emporia State, is a past president.of Pi Kappa Delta. The annual banquet of Pi Kappa Delta was held this year on May 3, at the Student Union. Joining Emporia’s chapter in initiating new members in PKD were the chapters from Kansas State and Washburn University. This joint ceremony was traditional before the war, and its restoration marks the revival of another colorful event at Emporia State. Thirteen new members were received into Pi Kappa Delta during second semester. They were Francis Jones, Dale Stinson, Roger Ruth, Walter Erickson, Sam Levinson, Barbara Kiefer, Elinor Shaw, Francine Lane, Roberta Bell, Daphne Bastin, Haydee Eguiluz, Jean Leblon, and Willard Hilton. [ 160 ]Pi lia hi inn Mu Third Row, Left to Right—Laurence Builev. George Blair, George Diekliuff, Harold Dimon, J. B. Doles, Lloyd Eby, Curl Fahrbach, Ethel Hansen, Frances Hogg. Second Row, .eft to Right -Leon Hollingsworth. Gladys Holmes, Jack Kowalski, Lowell Long, Ferry Lusk, Leona Triemer, John McCormully, Alvin Morris, William Obley. First Row, Left to Right -Fat O’Mara, Boy Kicgle, Edward Scott, Beulah Skinner, Dale Stinson, Garland Stricklin, Junivcc Unruh, Lola Viets, I)r. Claude Arnett, Sponsor. OFFICERS GEORGE T. DIEKHOFF ............... President MISS ANNA GOEBEL........ Secretary-Treasurer The Kansas Iota Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu was organized on this campus on May 23, 1946, by Dr. Claude E. Arnett. The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu, the national social science honor society, is that of inculcating ideals of scholarship and social service into the study of social problems. Membership is open to faculty members in the Social Science Department, and to juniors, seniors, and graduate students, who have completed at least twenty semester hours of social science with an average grade of not less than “B.” On November 30, 1947, twenty-three new members were initiated into the organization at a formal dinner meeting, bringing the present student membership to twenty-eight. [ 161 ]Fi Omega Pi Third Ron-, Left to Right—William Baker. Laurence Bailey. Mardell Bell. Irena Bicker. Gilbert Boone, Bobbie Boynton, Marvin Byers, Peter Denzler, Peggy Frederiksen. Second Row, Left to Right—Ethel Hansen. Edwin Hooper, Virgil Hurt, Robert Knox, Donald Kucn-ning, Charles Larson, Neva Mulsow, Dorothy Overboil, Calvin Pentecost. First Row. Left to Right—Ruth Puckett, Leonard Rich, Marjorie Sander. Harold Sigler. Mary Jo lilting, Mr. E. C. McGill, Sponsor. OFFICERS DOROTHY OVER HOLT ......................... President ETHEL HANSEN ......................... Vice-President RUTH PUCKETT .............................. Secretary CHARLES LARSON ............................ Treasurer MARY JO UTTIN'G............................ Historian Pi Omega Pi was organized as an honorary fraternity in Commerce, to promote scholarship in this field and to encourage high ethical standards in business and professional life. Mu chapter was founded on the Emporia State campus in 1929. Membership consists of students chosen for their skill and ability to excel in the professional efforts, and for their promise in the field of business education. The climax of each year’s activity is the annual trip to Kansas City for all members of Mu chapter. This year, members were guests of Sears, Roebuck and Company, the Kansas City Board of Trade, and the City National Bank and Trust Company. The greatest undertaking of the year was the publication of the Mu Pi Omegan, annual news-letter, with Miss Ethel Hansen as editor. A formal spring dinner in May concluded a busy year for members of Mu chapter. [ 162 ]Nig 111 a Alpha Iota Second lioic. Left to Right—Marjorie Fanestil, Velma Laney, Esther Lybarger, Maryalice Steel-smith, Dorothy Buckley, Jac(|uclinc Fair, Ethel McNeill, Miss Katherine Fuller. First Row, Left to Right—Mona Edmisson, Cleda Decker, Elsie Must, Margaret Rowlands, Betty Sorenson, Juanita Moses. Seated—Gloria Barnes. OFFICERS GLORIA BARNES ............................ President JAUNITA MOSES .................... .. Vice-President MARGARET ROWLANDS ........................ Secretary ESTHER LYBARGER .......................... Treasurer Students who show professional promise and scholastic attainment, are honored by being elected to membership in Sigma Alpha Iota, national professional music organization for women, represented on the Emporia State campus by the Iota Gamma chapter. The primary purpose of the organization is to promote professional and scholastic ideals among the women music students of the college. Activities of the past year included the autumn Musicale and Tea, the Scholarship Tea, the Carol Sing, the monthly cozies, and the senior Farewell Service. The chapter was honored by a visit this year from the national editor, Miss Edna R. Hutton. [ 163 ]Working on plans for the Singing P hi Mil A 11) li a OFFICERS ROBERT OUSLEY ............................ President ROBERT LENICAN ...................... Vice-President FANK MALAMBR! ............................ Secretary MERI.E 11000 ............................. Treasurer Third Rote. Left to Right—Warren Austin, Vernon Beattie, Janies Bell, Clayton Bratton, James Brinkman, Uel Burden, Charles Crandall. Second Row, Left to Right—I-ce Carton, Norman Good, William Green, Eugene Grissom, Charles Hall, Charles Hill. Merle Hogg. First Row, Left tv Right—Donald Koons. Louis Laurenzana. Robert Lcnigan. Glenn Litchfield, Charles Lonnherg, Perry Lusk, Lyle McVay. [ 16-1 ]Sccoml Row, Left to Right Frank Mulainbri, Gerald Miller. Charles Moore, George Ncadcrhiscr. Robert Ouslcy. Roherl Plummer, Norman Radke. first Raw, Left to Right Kenneth Seluilt, Ivan Trusler, Joe Turner, A. J. Wagner, Keith Wilson, Kdwin Worlman, Dr. Orville .1. Borohers, Sponsor. Beta Upsilon chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, National Honorary Men’s Music Fraternity, was organized on the campus in 1937. One of the major events of the year was the annual Phi Mu Singing Bee, in which various campus social organizations competed for trophies. Music students are elected to Phi Mu Alpha on the basis of their professional promise and scholarship. [ 165 J This is a music fraternity.Lambda Delta Lambda Second Rou Left to Right—Eldon Brcazicr. Helen Carter. Vice-President; Bruce Edwards. Henry Elliott. Robert Cladfcltcr. Treasurer; Ruth Griffith, Clayton Hogg, Lewis Keefer. Leo McCuc. First Ron-, Left to Right—Nanette McGuire. Leon Miles. President; Claude Riley. Randolph Robinson. Jack Sharp, Secretary; Donald Smith. James Smith. Joe Turner. I)r. S. W. Gram. Sponsor. Scholarship and scientific ability form the standard of membership in Nu chapter of Lambda Delta Lambda. This organization is restricted to those students who show promise in the scientific field. Science Club Fourth Rote, Left to Right—L. Davis. W. Pro the. 1. Shields, C. Riley. L. Armstrong, G. Hogg. Third Rote, Left to Right—J. Mills, L. McCue, A. Ericson, W. Ratxlaff, R. Hankins, I. Campbell, Dr. W. N. Baker, J. Smith. Second Row, Left to Right—G. Hoskin. G. Bull. S. Adame. E. Gibson. J. Thomas, F. McCabe. L. Everhart, S. Simonoff, M. Brooks. V. Ross. First Row, Left to Right—R. Griffith, J. Bailey, L. Carter, D. Reed. M. Pope, E. Sanders, M. Archer, A. Brenner, M. Hoffman, M. Daniels. All students with a common interest in science are brought together through the Science club. [ 166 ]Ilpliii Phi (Iincgii Third Row, Left to Right—Sam Adame. Keith A ikons. Albert Amberg, Walter Crouch, Cecil Davis, Karl (iadherry, Charles (iilbert. Second Row, Left to Right—Robert Grimm, Dick Hanna. Frank Karnes. Jean Lcblon, Glenn Love, Harvey McGuire, Leon Miles. first Row, Left to Right—David 0 Dea. Karl Nelson, Robert Onslcy, Joseph Parsons, Keith Wilson. Dale Hogan, Walter Butcher. Norman Kppink. OFFICERS KDMIINI) DliNN ................ President IIARVKY McCUIRE .............. Secretary RICHARD HANNA .................. Treasurer Known as the “Kiwanis Club of the Campus,” Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, is composed of college men who have been affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. A.P. O. renders service in four fields: to the nation, to the student body and college, to the community and its people, and to the members themselves as a fraternal organization. Activated in April of last year, Alpha Phi Omega has this year been in charge of the “Knot Hole Gang” at all Hornet football and basketball games. The organization accepted the invitation of the campus Inter-Faith Council to conduct the World Student Service Fund drive on the campus, and made that drive a success. [ 167 ]Alice Freeman Palmer Fourth Ron Left to Right—Jeanne Beilin". Josephine Bloxom, Lei ha Brown. Catherine Carter, I’m Colgln .ier, lone Coman. Doris Dyck. Barbara Klbridge. Third Row, l.cft to Right—Evelyn Farris, lyla Gay, Bulb Griffith, I-aura Kiihlmann, Treva Lon . I-oila Lewis, Sara Lewis, Martha Madolc. Second Row, Left to Right—Dixie Manncn, Etta Mason. Valclta Moeckel. Frances Morrissey, Jaeqnclvn Nichols, Zelma Dec Pennington. Valeria Phillips. Dorothy Kcichardt. First Row, Left to Right—Imogcne Richards. Margaret Rowlands, Jeanne Ruby, Patricia Rudd. Jean Seifert, Dorothy Soule, Judy Trice, Margaret Whitlow, Miss Harriet Elcock, Sponsor. OFFICERS VALERIA PHILLIPS ............... President DORIS DYCK ................ Vice-President BARBARA ETHRIDGE ..... Secretary-Treasurer MISS HARRIET ELCOCK .............. Sponsor Alice Freeman Palmer Literary Society was named in honor of the former Wellesley College president, Alice Freeman Palmer, and it is ever an aim of each member to uphold the ideals for which she stood. Members and guest speakers presented works of well known authors during the monthly meetings. Membership is based on high scholastic standing, and individual adaptation to the active group. [ 168 ]U111 og(i Literary Society Third Row, Left to Right -Gloria Barnes. Daphne Baslin, Irena Bicker. Edith Brown. Louise Carter. Jane Drum. Mona Edmisson. Adclia Evans, Kathleen Fox. Second Row, Left to Right—Alice Frazier, Kathleen Glcichman, Martha Hasslcr, Mary llcfner, Lois I leftv. Iris Helmley, Elaine Holmes. Nadine Mcrilatt, Joanne Rainy. first Row. Left to Right Joan Smith, Ruth Smith. Annabelle Turner. Junivee Unruh, Mary Jo Lilting, Lola Victs. Miss Faye Huffman, Sponsor. OFFICERS NADINE MERILATT .......................... President LOLA VIETS .......................... Vice-President IRIS HELMLEY ............................. Secretary EDITH BROWN .............................. Treasurer Friendship, leadership, scholarship and literary achievement — these are the ideals of Omega Literary Society. Organized in 1902, as a debating society for women, the society limits its membership of thirty-five to girls who have attended college for at least one semester, and who have a high scholastic standing. Two loan funds are maintained by the organization for undergraduate and graduate study of Omega members. The annual spring luncheon is Homecoming for Omega Alumni. Other social events of the year are the initiation services, and the Christmas party. [ 169 ]Sphinx Literary Society Fifth Row, Left to Right Rac Armour, Donna Ballentinc, Norma Barncord, Pal Bran, Laura Car-render, Hetty Carrothera, Pat Carrot hers, Hope Colycr, Ina Conklin. Fourth Row, Left to Right—Edith Hainan, Marv Gatlcrinan. Eileen Giesick, Ann Harrison. Joan I loch, Jcnnieta Hoyt, Francine Line, Velma Laney, Dorothy I-atimer. Third Row, Left to Right—Joanne Lewis, Joan Martin. Noreen Mathews, Melva Mayes, Beverly Merwin, Virginia Moore, Wanda Orr. Mary Petersen, Roberta Radeliff. Second Row, Left to Right -Betty Rogers. Marjorie Sander, Vcmona Schwab, Eunice Severn?, Muriel Sutton. Jean Teichgraeher. Rosemary Voeslc. Nina Wiggins, Norma Winder. First Row, Left to Right—Mary Wright, Esther Zimmerman. Miss Pauline Henderson, Sponsor: Miss Vida Askew, Sponsor. OFFICERS JEAN TEICHGRAEBER ................... President MARY PETERSEN .................. Vice-President MELVA MAYES ......................... Secretary VELMA LANE Treasurer MISS. VIDA ASKEW ..................... Sponsors MISS PAULINE HENDERSON Any woman interested in the study and discussion of literature is eligible for membership in the Sphinx Literary Society. The club was founded in 1919, by Miss Theresa M. Ryan of the English department. [ 170 ]Top Left, Left in Right—Sunflower Staff: Barbara Kiefer, Mr. Herman Baehr, Sponsor; Richard Hanna, Ted Loncy, Norene Magathan, Elinor Shaw. Not Pictured—Owen Wilson. Top Right—Jack W. Kowalski, Editor. Lower Left' Stunic Richmond, Delores Goad, Ralph Burkett, Photographers. Lower Middle—Virginia Moore, Business Manager. Lower Right—Wally Erickson. Assistant Editor. [ 171 ]li II I I I j II Vic Hyden, Jr. Editor DeWayne Spatz Business Henry Cobb Assistant Editor I 172 ]Newman flub Fourth Row, Left to Right—J. Kowalski, J. McCormally, S. Adame, J. Lcblon. Third Row, Left to Right M. Carr. J. Carr. B. J. Green, I.. Laurcnzana. K. Kcil, J. Amend, J. Gorman. P. Dorris. S. Simonoff. Second Rou Left to Right—K. Weinman. L. Neyer. K. Haag. R. Tholen. Father Arthur Tonne. W. Cooper, A. Kortc, G. Harrison. First Roic, Left to Right II. Eguiluz, C. Hoskin, J. Akins, K. Tholen, B. Hansen. Miss Anne M. Goebel. F. Lane. B. Kiefer, J. Haag, R. Voesle. OFFICERS BARBARA HANSEN ...................... P,resident JOHN GORMAN ................... Vice-President JAUNITA AKINS ...................... Secretary REV. ARTHUR TONNE. O.F..M............ Chaplain MISS ANNA M. GOEBEI................... Sponsor The Newman Club on the Emporia State campus is an integral part of a large number of such Newman Clubs on campuses over the United States. The object of these organizations is to offer an opportunity for Catholic students attending state institutions to meet together for religious activities, social events, and group discussions. The club derives its name from Cardinal John Henry Newman, well known Eglish ecclesiastic and convert to the Catholic Church, who was instrumental in forming such organizations in the Universities of England. The schedule of activities of Emporia State’s Newman Club for the past year has included a social activity each month, a meeting on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month in the Student Union Ballroom, and a corporate Communion on the third Sunday in the Sacred Heart Church at 101 Exchange Street. A picnic in Wilson park with over sixty members present opened our social calendar this year, followed by a hayrack ride, a chile feed, and a dance. Religious Emphasis Week on our campus brought Bishop Joseph Marling, Assistant Bishop of Kansas City, as the Catholic speaker. [ 173 J(! (i in hi e r c i! (] I ii li f- tlffjr Hill Adams, President; DeWavne Spatz. Vice-President; Joy Branson. Secretary; Alfred Deering, Treasurer. Mr. Merman Baehr. Sponsor. The trends of modern business form the primary interest of members of the Commerce club, an organization of students in the Department of Commerce whose purpose is to promote the social, intellectual, and business interests of its members. Third Row, Left to Right—M. Ridgeway, R. George, K. Hooper, II. Moore, H. Hsli, J. Sutton, D. Powell, G. Boone. Second Row, Left to Right—E. Weinman, R. Jones. W. Baker. K. Wilson. I). Frederiksen. C. Pentecost, I). Kticnning, P. Denzlcr, Mr. K. C. McGill. First Row. Left to Right—E. Mason, A. Nicholas. T. Lena. I. Bicker. J. Trice. J. Branson. F. Allen. M. Stead. f 174 1Third Row, Left to Right C. Larson. W. l.lhlund. N. Wiley. W. Rich, K. Schroll, J. Moore, II. McGuire. Second Row. Left to Right C. Ilawes. K. Ileinen, M. lilting, K. Cleichman. Miss Rida Duekwall. I . Frcderiksen, M. Allen, V. Phillips. L. Kuhlmann. first Row, I.eft to Right—N. Carr, V. McDonald, M. Sander, J. Owens, K. Pierce, . Pennington, J. Ilaag, L. Roberts, L. Anderson. Social events included a picnic in Wilson Park, the annual Christmas party, and a spring banquet. Guest speakers this year were Mr. W. R. Bruckner, Mr. J. A. Poole, Dr. David MacFarlane, and Mr. Harry Newton. Representatives of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company showed the club a film on “How To Make Tires." Third Row, I.eft to Right L. Engle, H. Uhland. P. DcCraffcnrcid, K. Knox, L. Rich, D. Rush. R. Haag, E. McAntee. Second Row, Left to Right—Mr. I). Long, M. Huebert, II. Yamlaveer, M. Lutz, M. Koch, K. Puckett, M. Bell, I). Overholt, I. Contan. first Row. Left to Right—B. Dressier, E. Clark. L. Chapin. R. Brosc, N. Winzeler, V. Schwab, B. Ethridge, M. Hefner, Mr. V. C. Hiett. [ 175 ]Future Teachers of America Third Row, Left to Right—L. Eby. G. Harrison, W. Kat .laff. G. Boone, E. Hooper. R. Schroll, II. Fish, R. Ashlock, M. Ridgeway, L. Neyer, I . Patten. Second Row, Left to Right—O. Eubank, W. Fischer, B. Gcisl, W. Burrows, Dr. George E. Hill, E. Lyon, Mr. E. J. Calkins. I)r. John E. Jacobs. R. Puckett, J. Davis, I. Welch. first Row, Left to Right—D. Dyck, M. White. V. Stewart, A. Brenner, M. Rogers, K. Fox, L. King-wald, I. Decker, M. Berends, R. Aeschliman, J. Day, F. McCabe. OFFICERS WILLIAM BURROWS ................. President LETIIA BROWN ............... Vice-President FRANCES McCABE .................. Secretary Promoting professional interest and stimulating students to think, talk, and act on professional matters is foremost among the purposes of the F. T. A. This organization is a national professional organization for those students preparing to become teachers. Inasmuch as no one can teach more than he is, F. T. A. places strong emphasis upon sound and healthy living habits to develop competent leaders. An outgrowth of the Horace Mann Centennial, the first F. T. A. Chapter was founded in 1939, that year being the one hundredth anniversary of the establishment of the first state school for the preparation of teachers. At present there are chapters in at least two hundred colleges and universities. In 1940, on the campus of Emporia State, a local chapter named “The Herbert G. Lull Chapter of the Future Teachers of America” was formed. Local chapters of F. T. A. function as local educational associations. As junior members of the state and national education associations, F. T. A. members receive the monthly journal of these organizations, become acquainted with their codes of ethics for teachers, and learn of the various programs for the improvement of the profession. Each year, F.T.A. brings to the campus many interesting speakers to discuss pertinent issues, and cooperates with the Emporia Youth Council in promoting the Citizenship Recognition Dinner for new voters in Lyon County. [ 176 ]Elementary Club Second How. Left to Right Donald Rankin. Vice-President; Pal Colglazicr, Secretary-Treasurer; Alice Schwindt, Laura Polansky, Phyllis Soule. Kathryn Kells, George Harrison. First Row, Left to Right—Leona Triemer, Iris Helmley, President; Edith Brown, Florence Morti-more. Iris Decker, Jessie Day, Olive Hughes, Helen Robinson. All students and faculty members interested in elementary education find congenial companionship in the Elementary Club. The club’s purpose is to keep in touch with the progress in the field of elementary education, and to bring members together for social, informal and educational activities. Physical Education Club Fourth Row. Left to Right Kathleen Fox, President; Eleanor Whitlow, Norma Knousc, Delores Bryant, Betty Crawford. Ernestine Coil, Catherine Bowman, Marjorie Pope. Third Row. Left to Right Dixie Lee Mannen. Emily Biewencr. Pat Dorris, Esther Zimmerman, Janet Wood, Gail Irwin, Marie Hughes, Virginia Russell, Karmen Dee Edwards. Second Row. Left to Right Jocelyn Johnston, Joan Bailey. Darlene Reed. Marian Daniels, Vice-President ; Joyce Mardis. Cleda Decker. Jean Teichgraeber, Mary Dee Archer, Virginia Tarr, Carlcnc Bronsema, Betty Childers. First Row. Left to Right Mrs. Elizabeth Francocur, Sponsor; Betty Wilke, Loree Wingate. Candace French. Secretary-Treasurer; Marie Wilhite. Lois Garvie, Winnie Drake, Louise Getz. Jcrean Magouirk, Miss Edna McCullough, Sponsor. “To promote leadership, professional advancement, and social relationships’’ is the purpose of the Physical Education Club, an organization of majors and minors in the Women’s Physical Education department. [ 177 ]Social Science Club Third Row, Left to Right—Dr. Orville W. Mosher. Sponsor; l.ro Scott, Mr. E l ward Calkins Sponsor; Richard Schroll, Joe Parsons, Dr. Claude K. Arnett, Sponsor; J. B. Doles. (Gilbert Boone. Second Row, Left to Right—Howard Ripper. Marry Applegate. I.loyd Ehy, Edwin Lyon, Janie-O'Donnell, William Burrows, Thomas Carr, Juek Davis. First Row, Left to Right—Beulah Skinner, Frances llogg. Marjorie Scott, Laura Kuhlmann, I-eila Lewis, Junivee Unruh, Alice Frazier, Lola Viets. OFFICERS LLOYD J. F.BY President MRS. FRANCES HOGG............... Vice-President MRS. MARJORIE SCOTT..........Secretary-Treasurer 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. Membership is of two types — active and non-active — and is open to all interested students. Meetings are held monthly, and feature speakers, forums, roundtable discussions, debates, movies, and other means that associate work in the social science field with everyday living are featured. Two projects were carried to completion by the club during this school year. A state-wide conference on foreign and domestic affairs was conducted for visiting high school social science students on the campus April 9 and 10. A delegation of students was sent to Warrensburg, Missouri, to attend the International Relations Conference held there April 18 and 19. r it i) a 1 li r m a I i c s Club Fourth Row, Left to Right—Roger Ruth, Galen Hull. Milton Rice, Treasurer; Keith Reeves. Clar-encc Schaucr, Dun Carutlicrs, Jarrctt Thomas. Edward Perry. Third Row, Left to Right—Omar Whitesell, Ronald Mayes. Clayton Hogg, Fred Holme. Lloyd Rice, Wilhert Protlie, Maurice Drummond. Carl Fahrhach. Jr., Melvin Bailey. Second Row, l.clt to Right—Dr. A. W. Phillips. Sponsor; Stanley Martin. Gerald Smith, Wayne Quiring, Robert Vontuyl, Leo Scott, Vice-President; Lee Hart, Dr. Oscar Peterson, Sponsor. First Row, Left to Right—Mr. I.cstcr Laird. Sponsor; Lorna Holle, Virginia Reed. Mary Jean Rogers, Leo McCuc, President; Ixjrcna Adam, Secretary; Loretta Drummond, Anna-hclle Turner, Mr. C. B. Tucker, Sponsor. The purpose of the Mathematics Gluh is to provide an organization for the social benefit of students interested in mathematics. IIiimu Ei'iiiiii 111 ics' Club Third Row, Left to Right—Mary Jo lilting, Dorothy Jolly, Francinc Lane, Nadine Mcrilatt, Mary Petersen, Jaunicc Harper, Vice-President; Lola Jean Taylor, Treasurer; Ernestine Coil. Second Row, Left to Right—Wilmctta Wilson, Miss Kathryn Whitten, Sponsor; Mrs. Wanie From ing, Sponsor; Helen licit, Donna Fry, Virginia Green, Adelyn Deschncr. First Row, Left to Right—Jeane Fisher, Muriel Hoffman, Secretary; Marie Wilhite, President; Jerean Magouirk. Beverly Merwin, Barbara Riddle. The Home Economics Club meets monthly to form a closer bond of friendship between Home Economics students, and to further the work of this field. [ 179 ]Third Row. Left to Right—-Win. Johnson, Peter Dcnzler, Fred lloltne, Melvern Winchester. Fred Moore, Harold Moore, Albert Ncwland, Caines Brogdon, Win. Roberts, Charles Moore. Second Row, Left to Right- -Barbara Smith, Jacquelynu Nichols. Lillian Ringwuld, Joan Chance, Jean Seifert, Rosa lea Freeman, Barbara Ft bridge. Dr. Minnie M. Miller, Sponsor. First Row, Left to Right—Lola Viets, Norcen Mathews, Crestino Palacioz, Secretary-Treasurer; Anna May Cramblit, Ray Sullivant. President; Ruth Puckett, Vice-President; Evelyn Farris, Arlene Shombcr, Haydce Eguiluz. Students who have a mutual interest in Spanish culture find opportunity to converse in Spanish and sing Spanish songs at frequent luncheons sponsored by the Spanish Club. The I'n 11 m i al i Club Third Row, Left to Right—Allen Butler. Jr., Wm. Johnson, Jesse Edwards, John Roberson, Earl Winchester, Dorsey Caines. Second Row, Left to Right—Dorothy Jolly, Ceraldinc Johnson, William Barnes, Arthur Moore, Melvern Winchester. Minnie Martin, Juanita Akins. First Row, Left to Right—Maxine Lewis, Mary Coodspecd, Lee Caines, Treasurer; Hubert Brooks, resident; Christin- Owens, Vice-President; Maxine Flowers, Secretary; Frances Moore, Mary Lou Rogers. The purpose of the Collegiate Club is to further cultural development for the Negro student, to broaden privileges on the campus for minority groups, and to create a better cooperative ‘spirit between White and Negro students. [ 1H0 ]Y oung W o in e n ’ s Christian A s s«c i a t i ii n Second Hou-. I.eft to Right—Miss Kathrvn Wliillcn, Sponsor: Elizabeth Sullivan Alice Frazier, Grace Thresher. Margaret Rowlands. Ruth Valvcr. First How. Left to Right Joan Smith. Josephine Bloxom, Frances McCabe, Joanne Barnhart. The Y W carried to completion a schedule of interesting, inspiring and helpful meetings, and rounded out a full year of activity with the Freshman Picnic, the YM-YW Chili feed, and the Christmas sing. A scene from the YM-YW Chili feed . . . OFFICERS GRACE THRESHER .......... 'resident JOSEPHINE BLOXOM Vice-President RUTH VAI.YER ............... Secretary JOANNE BARNHART Treasurer MARGARET ROWLANDS ............... ................... Program Chairman ALICE SCHWINDT .... Worship Chairmen GLORIA AUSMUS FRANCES McCABE .................. .........World Related ness Chairman MRS. WANIE FRON1NC ...... Sponsors MRS. RAOUL DELMARE MISS KATHRYN WHITTEN DR. AND MRS. GEORGE HILL I 181 1Ytiling Men’s Christian Association Third Rote, Left to Right—Melvin Bailey, George Blair, Gillwrt Boone, Wilbur Fischer, Roger Frazer, Leo Gocntzcl. Second Rote, Left to Right—Gerald W. Green, Wayne Harrison, Charles Ixmnherg, Glenn Love, Jack Mathews, Albert Newland. First Rote, Left to Right—Leo Ncycr, Harry Rcdlicld. Richard Schroll, James Trail, Jr. OFFICERS ALBERT NEWLAND ..................... President JACK MATHEWS .................. Vice-President RICHARD SCHROLL .......... Secretary-Treasurer ROGER FRAZER ................. Social Chairman GLENN LOVE......Inter-Faith Council Representative REVEREND DEAN WALTERS ............... Sponsors DR. GEORGE HILL. MR. HAROLD FRONING At the beginning of the first semester, the Young Men’s Christian Association decided to revive an old custom of having an annual Chili Feed for old members, their friends and new members. But since the “Y” had not recuperated from a long absence from the campus, it was decided to invite any person who wished to come. The gathering turned out to be one of the gala affairs of the school year. Chili eaters were well pleased by a program given by the members of the YM and YVV, and also by the chili, fresh vegetables, and ice cream bars which were served. The event was held in the Home Economics building, with nearly 100 [ ]Young Men’s Christian Association people attending. YM and YW hopes that this tradition will be carried on in the years to come. Every E-State student is acquainted with the Book Exchange, sponsored jointly by YM and YW. This office has been operated for many years in the administration building, and has been of continuous service to the many students of Emporia State. Members of the organization will be busy all summer contacting the Hi-Y boys in the high schools all over the state who will be coming to college next fall, to let them know of the program and activities of the YMCA on our campus, and invite them to become members. Activily at the Y. M.-Y. W. sponsored book exchange. [ 183 ]W e s 1 c y F u 11 n d a t i o n WESLEY FOUNDATION CABINET Second Rote, Left to Right—Ruth Griffith, Elsie Mast. Joan Smith. Esther Lyhargcr, Irene Smith, Ruth Valyer. Barbara Dressier. First Row, Left to Right—Rev. Dean Walters. Norman Good. Margaret Whitlow. Richard Schroll, Gilbert Boone. OFFICERS MARGARET WHITLOW ..................... President RICHARD SCHROL1.................. Vice-President NORMAN GOOD .......................... Secretary ESTHER LYBARGER ........................ Worship JOAN SMITH ........................... Personnel RUTH VALYER ................... World Friendship GILBERT BOONE ........................... Finance JOANNE BARNHART ........................ Publicity BARBARA DRESSLEK ............................. ..............Inter-Faith Council Representative DR. GEORGE DILI..................Faculty Advisor KEN. DEAN WALTERS Associate Minister A Scene from the Wesley Foundation “Kid Party." [ 18J JBack How, Left io flight- -Richard Schroll, Charles Maicr. Irene Smith, Margaret Whitlow, Esther Lybarger. Joan Smith. Front flow. Left to flight—Elizabeth Sullivan, Ruth Griffith, Flora Flores, Elsie Mast, Robert Richards. The Wesley Foundation is the way the Methodist Church follows its students to the state universities and colleges. At Emporia, the activities of the Foundation are centered in the First Methodist Church which is located at Ninth and Merchant. The student cabinet plans and administers the busy program of Wesley Foundation. A glance at the list of cabinet officers on the preceding page will show the broad scope of their work. Wesley Foundation Sunday evening Worship Service . . . [ 185 ]OFFICERS MARY JEAN ROGERS ......................... President ANNA MAE BRENNER .................... Vice-President JEAN CLARK ............................... Secretary DORIS DYCK ............................... Treasurer Morse Hall, named in honor of Mrs. Abigail Morse, first dean of women at Emporia State, was erected in 1924. It has long been a popular place of residence for Emporia State women, and this year, accommodates 140 women students. [ 186 J MRS. PEARL FINKBINER. Housemother MRS. HELEN ATHERTON. Assistant HousemotherI.efi to Right—I.cnnu Triemer. Catherine Bowman, Anita Runcli. Joanne Barnhart, nna Mac Brenner, Mary Jean Rogers, Mrs. Finkbiner. Mrs. Atherton. Doris Dyck. Betty Ann Swczcy, Hay dee Kqnilii ., Dixie Manncn, Virginia Ross. OPEN house for all college men, a Winter Formal, a Spring Formal, a Faculty Tea. and the celebration of Abigail Morse’s birthday, made up an entertaining social schedule of activities for the residents. All of the girls eat at the Student Union. A traditional formal dinner for the graduating seniors is held in May, when each graduating senior is presented with a gift from the girls of the Hall. First Row, Left to Right—Winifred Drake, Marjorie Grover, Kthel Hill. Ramona Dowell, Nancy Let Moore, Dorothy Wampler. Middle Row, Ft'ft to Right—Eorcnc Shogren. Emily Bicwener, Delores Bryant, Marie Hughes, Charlotte King, Carol Jean Knight. Rack Row, Left to Right—■ Betty Jean Rogers. Esther Zimmerman, Evelyn Novak, Betty Crawford, Marjorie Perry, Joyce Kchl, Elizabeth Bell, Delores McGregor. [ 187 ]Morse Front Row. Left to Right- -Havdee Eguiluz. Anita Bunch. Evelyn Novak. Belly Crawford, Betty Marlar. Delores McGregor, Carol Jean Knight, Alice Frazier. Adelyn Dcschner, Irene Smith. Second Row, Left to Right—Connie Whittle. Gladys Hogg, Elsie Lyon. Peggy Groendyckc, Virginia Hollister. Corrine Dow. Lillian Ringwald, Betty White. Donna Gish. Joanne Barnhart, Ruth Valycr. Third Row, Left to Right—Emily Biewcncr, Ramona Dowell. Ethel Hill, Marcia Koch. fourth Row, Left to Right—Mary Dunkley. Mclva Lutz, Marie Hughes. Ruck Row, Left to Right—Pauline Bard. Alice Schwindt. Esther Zimmerman, Betty Jean Rogers. I.rft to Right, Seated—Olive Hughes, Mary Jean Rogers, I.oletta Campbell. Joanne Barnhart. I.eft to Right, Standing—Vivian Mclgren. Martha Pickering. Helen Klosterman, Pauline Bard, Alice Schwindt. Betty Swezcy. First Row. Left to Right Junivee Unruh. Anna Mac Brenner. Loeva Klamm, Virginia Ross, Doris Dyck, I-orna Holle. Second Row, Left to Right—Daphne Bastin, Eileen llcincn. June Owens, Bclva Shrincr, Alice Galen-tine, Anita Bunch, Carol Jean Knight. Third Row, Left to Right—Colleen Ausemus, Roberta Brose, Carol Simmons, Evelyn Farris, Jacquelyne Nichols, Barbara Knipe. Standing. Left to Right—Betty Wilke. Lucille Noll, Doris Kind. Fern Giedinghagen. Dixie Munncn, Evelyn Stevens, Etta Mae Mason. Marie Hughes, Leona Triemer, Reeta O’Hara. Nadine Carr. Velmalec McDonald, Gail Irwin. [ 188 ]M«rSB ! Scaled, First Rote, Left to Right -Emily Bicwcncr. Esther Zimmerman, Patricia Thomas. Second Row. Left lo Right—Betty Marlar, Elizabeth Bell. Lorene Shogren, Winifred Drake. Marjorie Grover, Adelyn Deschner. Alice Frazier. Patricia Dorris, Norma Smith, Beverly Steiner, Barbara Dressier. Carol Jean Knight, Charlotte King. Standing, First Row, Left to Right—Ramona Dowell. Ethel Hill, Nancy Woodward, Laura Earn-shaw, Marjorie Morse, Mary Dnnklcy, Mary I.ou Gordon, Frances Allen, Helen Whited, Pearl Wiche. Martha Pickering, Helen Klostcrman, Loletta Campbell. Leona Triemer, Anita Bunch. Standing. Second Row. Left to Right Eleanor Whitlow. Patricia Barrett. Catherine Bowman, Elaine Holmes. Helen Edwards, Martha Gillcnwater. Patricia Rudd, Marilyn Thomas, Marcia Koch, Betty Crawford, Peggy Groendycke. Daphne Bastin, Betty Swezey. Front Row, Left to Right—Melva Lutz, Barbara Hager, Marjorie Hall, Patsy Cox, Betty Marlar, Lenore McCracken. Middle Row, Left to Right—Mary Hue-bert, Eleanor Clark. Norma Jean Car-son. Ernestine Coil. Erma Jean Haase, Christena Iloskin. Rack Row, Left to Right—Marcia Koch, Peggy Groendycke, Clarice Bullion, Joyce Mardis, Patricia Thomas, Patricia Walquist, Haydee Eguiluz. Barbara Smith. Front Row, Left to Right—Helen Robinson. Gloria Ausmus, Irene Smith. Ruth Valyer. Middle Row. Left to Right—Betty While, Charlene Bradford. Sue Foy, Janet Gauchat. Lillian Ringwald. Rack Row, Left to Right—Donna Gish, Virginia Reed, Inez Breakcy, Eloise Duly. [ 189 jSopranos—Barbar talyor, Joyce Kebl, Pauline Malambri. Cleda Decker, Hotly Sorenson, Beverly Steiner, Nancy Woodward, Elsie Mast, Velma Laney, Marjorie Fanestil, Ethel Alice McNeill. Jacqueline Fair, Kathryn Vance, Dolly High wood, Barbara Marinont. Altos -Josephine Bloxom. Dorothy Buckley, Wilma Pennington, Charlotte King, Mona Edmisson, Esther Lyharger, Marilyn Wren, Janice Socolofsky, Clarice Bultron, Annahellc Turner, Nancy Moore, Joan Smith, Eileen Ciesiek, Rosalec Lenigan, Anna Mac Crum-hlit, Janet Gauchat. Tenors Glenn Litchfield. Roscoe Bernard, Norman Good, Gene Kelsey, Frank Malambri, Robert Anderson, Virgil Richardson, David Brutton, Gene Bratton, Lyle Meredith, Gerald Miller. Ilnsses- Charles Lonnberg, L'el Burden. Lee Carton, Nile Gooch, Mike Duckworth, Merle llogg, Muriel Vigneron, Paul Bennett, Robert Price, Robert Leingan, Jack McCormick, Charles Peterson. John Leake, Charles Leake, Charles Hall, Glenn Love., Albert J. Wagner, Roland Webb, Roy llildcrman. [ 190 ]11 a d r i g a I i a 11 s Standing, Left to Right- -Gene Kelsey, Juanita Moses. Dorothy Buckley, Charles Lonnberg. Seated, Left to Right—Mr. T. C. Owen, Gloria Barnes, Marjorie Kanestil, Nancy Moore, Esther Lybargcr, Dr. Orville J. Borchcrs. The Madrigalians are a group of eight students and two facidty men who sit around a table and sing in an informal manner without accompaniment or direction. The group, patterned after the old English madrigalians, create an atmosphere of the music of Elizabethan England. Eddie Hurt m a ii and Ore lie sir a Second Row, Left to Right—Rosalie l.enigan, James Bell. Donald Koons, Edwin Worlman, Charles Hall, Marion Plummer, Merle Hogg. First Row, Left to Right—Anna Mac Cramblil, Robert l.enigan, Ivan Trusler, Robert Price, Frank Malambri, William Green. Although not a part of the Music department Eddie Worlman and his orchestra are known to the student body because of their playing for fraternity and sorority dances, and all-school parties. [ 191 ]Flutes—Eunice Granada, Lois Redmond, Virginia Russell, Helen Whiled. Clarinets—Harold Cannon, Charles Davis. Roger Frazer. Dorothy Heidehrechl. Muriel Hill. Doris Kline, Robert Price, Virginia Pugh. Joan Smith. Ivan Trusler. .11 to Clarinets—Norma Jean Lewis. Bass Clarinet Frank Malamhri. Bassoon—Robert Lenigan. Alto Saxophone—Darrell Powcil, Helen Robinson. Tenor Saxophone—Donald Varnum. Cornets—Alfred Ericson. Leon Everhart, Richard Gregory. Loeva Klamm, Robert Martin, Norman Radke. Norma Smith. Edwin Wortman, Jordon Venton. Trombones—Virginia Green, Charles Hall, Merle Hogg. Marion Plummer, Betty Ann Swezey, Marilyn Wren. Baritones—Charles Crandall. Carl Funk, Annabellc Turner. French Horns—Lee Carton, Charlotte King. Rosalie Lenigan. Basses- Win. B. Johnson, Eugene Tush. Fercassion—-James Brinkman. Eileen Cicsick. Robert Haggard. Glenn Ransom, Roger Ruth, Pauline Malamhri, Kathryn Vance. Charles Hall warms up . . .N v in phonic (I r r li i s I r a First Violin Virgil Person Jacqueline Fair Esther Lybarger Joan Marlin George Neaderhiser Second Violin Lyle McVey Betty Sorenson Gloria Barnes Margaret Rowlands Betty Swczey Viola Harold Rcnnelt Jaunitu Moses Denis Cowan Marjorie Fanes! il Cello Edwin Stiintzncr Robert Lenigan Eloisc Smitli Annubelle Turner Mary Pomeroy String Hass A. J. Wagner Merle Hogg Max Sander Trumpet Edwin Wort man Norman Radke Donald Koons Freach Horn Lee Garton Charles Hendricks Trombone Gene Grissom Charles Hall Marion Plummer Percussion Kenneth Schuit Piano Uel Burden Flute Eunice Granada Richard Schroll Piccolo Virginia Russell Oboe Robert Ousley Clarinet Robert Price Dorothy Heidebrecht Hass Clarinet Frank Malamhri Sassoon Nile Gooch Ivan Trusler at Practice. [ 193 ]Emporia Stale Flayers Third Row, Left to Right—Ned Anderson, Edith Hainan. Jeff Haney, Charles Hill. Horace Holmes, Betty Knocppcl. Second Row, Left to Right—Velma Haney, Harold I-oy, Perry Lusk, Gerald Miller. Joyce Mobley, Raymond Peck. First Row, Left to Right—Dorothy Rcichardt. Lee Rijigs. Fritz Wicherl. I)r. Geo. R. R. Pflaum. II. Dennis Sherk. J. A. Withey. OFFICERS KERMIT SHAFER ...................... President RAYMOND PECK .................. Vice-President EDITH ANN HAM AN ................... Secretary VELMA HANEY ........................ Treasurer A new dramatics organization was brought into existence on the Emporia State campus this year. Known as the Emporia State Players, this organization has as its purpose stimulating interest in dramatics, and aiding in dramatic productions. A secondary purpose of the group is to recognize students for outstanding accomplishments in the field of the drama, and to provide a closer association among these students. Membership in the club is determined by a point system. Point valuation is attached to work which students have done in the theater, and points toward membership may be gained by working on the productions given by the E-State Players. [ 194 ]Debate Team Standing, Left to Right—Sam Levinson. Roger Until. Pat O’Mara. Joe Parsons, Lowell Long. Dale Stinson. Wally Erickson. Sailed, Left to Right Rarhara Kiefer. Elinor Shaw. Roberta Bell, Krancine Lane. Not Pictured—Findley llari Jer. Proving beyond a doubt, that KSTC excels in other lines of competitive activity besides sports, the Emporia State debaters have climaxed a highly successful year of activity by winning nine out of ten debates at an intercollegiate debate meet in Nebraska, giving a good showing at the Pi Kappa Delta Regional Tourney in Colorado, and receiving an invitation to attend the national contest at West Point, New York. This year’s intercollegiate debate question, “Resolved that a Federal World Government should be established,” provided the thirteen members of the debate squad with ample material to work with. Four veteran debaters of last year’s squad were with us again this year. rIhey were: Findley Hartzler, Lowell Long, Pat O’Mara, and Joe Parsons. Besides the tourneys mentioned above, the squad also met teams in Norman, Oklahoma, Bethel College in Newton, Kansas, Washburn University of Topeka, Kansas, and Ottawa University of Ottawa, Kansas. We played host to the team from the University of Kansas, and staged a debate convocation with them in Albert Taylor Hall. f 195 ] scene from “Joan of Lorraine" given by ilie Emporia Stale Havers. Backstage Activity In keeping with its policy of presenting a balanced program of new and stimulating plays, together with some of the best of the classics, the Speech Department has this year produced the freshman play. Ramshackle Ian, and sponsored the Emporia Stale Players in Joan of Lorraine by Maxwell Anderson. The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare, and Holiday by Philip Barry. Dennis Dennings succeeded in keeping us on the edge of our seats while in pursuit of the inimitable Nina Wiggins at The Inn. Jennie Woodall as the Maid of Orleans gave a stirring performance which brought tears to our eyes. Raymond Peck and Gerald Green gave us the full savor of Shakespeare, the master, in two outstanding characterizations. Holiday offered us so many laughs and so much excellent acting that all we can say is "grand." Kcrinil Shafer, Ned Anderson. Charles Hill, Dorothy Rcichardt. Edith Eaman, and Fritz Wicberl produced some of the best sets we have seen. [ 106 J“The Taming of the Shrew" Second Production of the current season at E-State. ■ "On the Air” Thousands of rural and city school children dosed their hooks and opened their ears last September 29. to listen to the first broadcast of the fourth year of the Radio Classroom. Every school day from September until the middle of April. Kansas classrooms have been filled with the voices of Emporia Stale's students and faculty members, reaching out over eight radio stations from the Radio Studios of K.S. T. C. to enrich the educational bill of fare in the rural and elementary schools. The Radio Classroom was cn-dircoted this year by Jack Mickey and Duane Tucker. I)r. Geo. R. R. Piiaum is co-ordinator of radio activities. The pupils think learning is fun a. they anticipate hearing the science teacher. Miss Inn Borman; art instructor, Miss Beulah Moulton; singing by radio teacher. Miss Catharine St rouse; ami Emporia State freshman. Joanne James, telling the stories Miss Emma Humble provides. r 197 j Five minutes till curtain time. ATHLETICSGovernor Carlson, President MacFarlanc, Peggy Pedagog ami Attendants. “BEAT SOUTHWESTERN” was the cry during the 1948 Homecoming ceremonies. Hundreds of alums returned to Emporia State to renew old acquaintances, view the various Greek house decorations, take part in the follies and, as a climax, see Emporia State’s football team hold Southwestern to a tie. The honored guest for the football game was Frank Carlson, Governor of Kansas. Miss Patricia Ford was elected to reign over the festivities with the following girls as her attendants: Nadine Merilatt, Joyce Mobley, Joan Smith, Leila Lewis, Irena Bicker, and Mardell Bell. The Queen receives her due al llic homecoming ceremonies while Cover nor Carlson looks on.Miss Patricia Ford Aliss Ford was also clioscn Queen of the Kansas I diversity "Swcclhcari Swin [ 201 ]Nig 111 a Pi Nigma “0. K., now hit it!” was the ringing cry of the cheerleaders as they led Sigma Pi Sigma, the women’s pep organization, through the resounding yells and peppy songs that characterized the football and basketball games Third Row, Left to Right—M. Jones. K. Zimmerman. M. Gultcrmun, J. Hoyt. K. Bell, W. Bacon. L. Taylor. M. Sutton. Second Rou Left to Right—V. Herman. M. White, K. I). Edwards. J. Haag, G. Holmes, F. Hen-nessy, R. Armour. Z. Pennington. First Row, Left to Right—L. Getz. I). Fry. J. Johnston. J. Drum, C. Hawes. J. Bailey, J. Har-haugh, H. Walls. [ 202 ]Third Row. Left to Right C. Auscmii . K. Clcichman, N. Mcrilatt, . Crumblil, V. Tarr, B. Childers. J. Socolofsky, J. Wood. Second Row, Left to Right- -N. Woodward, I). Kccd. A. Turner, I.. Carrcndcr, I. Bicker, B. Kiefer. V. Schwab. First Row, Left to Riftht I). Goad, N. Winder, K. Brose. F. Lane, M. Ruple, N. K no use. this year. Led by cheerleaders Doris Wells, Naomi Jetty, Joanne Rainy, Virgil Richardson, and Albert Sill, Sigma Pi Sigma was the spark plug that ignited the fire of enthusiasm at the athletic games of the year. Third Row, I.eft to Right—I). Soule. K. Ruby. K. Fierce. P. Peterson. M. Petersen, G. Wilson J-Branson. L. Kuldmann, K. Morrissey. Second Row, Left to Right—L. Anderson. W. Jeanneret, M. Sander, J. Chance. V. Moore, II. Van-daveer, D. Overboil, M. Wichcrt. First Row, Left to Right—S. Lewis, S. Davis, P. Seifert. P. Colglazicr. K. Markowitz, K. Miller, S. Baird. [ 203 ]OFFICERS BILL SHORT ......'...... President WAYNE TAYLOR Vice-President WILBUR RKKSEK Secretary JOE EDWARDS ............ Treasurer Third Rou Left to Right- Weldon Ban .. Ted Baranoski, Roscoc Bernard. George Caine, Richard Cohen. Second Row, Left to Right—James Corey. Gene Cusic, Gail DeMotl, Warren Dick. Vernon Duncan. First Row. Left to Right—Max Dye, Joe Edwards. Byron Graher. Robert Grimm. Chester Hayden. [ 204 ]Third Row, Left to Right— Donald Hoffman, Harold lloyl. Virgil Hurl, William Jones. Kichurd Kessler. Second Rou Left to Right—John I-ane. Bill Litchfield, Meredith Litchfield. Hal McVey, Gerald Mosby. First Row, Left to Right -Guy Nightingale, John Payne, Wilbur Keener, Gail Shanelec, William (Bill) Short. The K Club is an organization of letter men in competitive sports, whose purpose it is to provide social activities for lettered athletes. An annual banquet and dance were two of the main social events of the organization this year. “K" clubbers relaxing at the union. These men are also Phi Sigs consequently the beards in preparation for the Farmers Ball. [ 205 ]" K ” - CI u b Second Row. Left to Right—Max Smiley, Arinin Soph. Frankie Squier, Roller! Stokes, Owen Wilson. First Run, Left to Right Dale Wriglil, David Wright, William Wygle. Harold Yockey. True to tradition the K Club took a very active part in enforcing the Freshman Week regulations on the campus this fall. It is true that many of the K Clubbers were dunked during the annual Freshman walk but we l'eel that more freshmen went home to change wet clothes than did K Clubbers. Rill Litchfield. Football and Basketball All-Conference Man. gets the word from Trackman Dale Jones. f 20f, ]s Hoar wc SADOLUSM LlTCffffCLD t ■¥■ ¥■ me Cofiy huui uieLCff t fon fhifzpea fe tf cpyu ooD + ¥•¥• JL JL JL. DAVID WRIGHT WARREN DICK TKI) BAR A NOSKI EMPORIA STATE . 12 Washburn .... 6 Filial Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Football Standings W. L. T. 4 0 1- 4 1 0 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 3 1 0 5 0 [ 208 ] EMPORIA STATE Washburn ......... Southwestern ..... Hays State ....... Pittsburg ........ St. Benedict’s ...Dale Wrijtlu, Wayne Taylor, Gerald Mysby. Harold Hoyt. EMPORIA STATE . 28 Pittsburg.........7 From last place to first place in two years of post-war football sums up the 1947 football season. Little did the Hornet fans realize that, after placing last in 1946, the team under Head Coach F. G. “Fran” Welch would roar back to capture first place honors in 1947. Five foes lay in wait for the squad that drilled under the direction of Coach Welch during those first long, hot weeks of practice. The team approached the fall campaign with a host of lettermen plus transfers from other schools. The chances looked bright for a successful football season at the Hornet camp, but things were also looking up at the other conference schools. A poll was taken by the so-called experts and Washburn was picked to win the title, with Emporia State and Fort Hays fighting it out for second place. The Hornets evidently didn’t read the experts’ forecast as the Welchmen opened the season against Colorado State and came out on the long cam ikolleite eowncE mrnrn [ 209 ]Vernon Duncan. Joe Edwards. Boh Grimm, Harold Sadowaki. EMPORIA STATE . 27 St. Benedicts ... 6 end of a 12-0 score. It was sweet revenge for the Hornets, for it was this same Colorado team that trounced the Hornets soundly 41-21 at Greeley last season. The game was played in a downpour of rain which slowed the game to a mere walk. Wayne Taylor, a letterman, and freshman Chester Hayden provided the spark which produced the two early touchdowns. The Hornet fans had yet to get a good look at the new 1947 razzle-dazzle football machine of Coach Welch as the rain kept most spectators at home the opening game. The following week-end the officials at Emporia State filled the open date with the powerful Fort Riley Centaurs, a team which included many former West Point stars. In the game, which was marred by penalties, the E-Staters finished strong, defeating the soldiers 23-12 before 4,000 roaring fans in the Hornet stadium. The game kept the crowd in a state of tension as many plays and long runs were nullified by penalties. Big Bill Litchfield and Wayne Taylor led the Hornets against the Centaurs. I 210 ]Karl Winchester, Dick Cohen, Gail Shanclec, Chet Hayden. EMPORIA STATE . 33 Rockhurst . . . . 0 The day had arrived — October 4. The Washburn Ichabods, who were picked to win the conference crown, rode into town to clash with the Hornets in what promised to be the game of the week in the Central Conference. The Capital City boys were all set to beat the Hornets and, therefore, close the argument as to who would be the Conference Champs. Leading the Ichabods against the Hornets would be three All-Conference choices of a year ago — Leroy Harman, Joe Pollom, and Art Fletcher. The setting for the big game was perfect. The stands were packed with more than 4,000 fans and the weatherman cooperated one hundred percent as the day was warm with a beaming sun overhead. The Ichabods filled the air with passes but David “Corky” Wright was on the receiving end of one and raced 70 yards for the touchdown that proved the margin of victory as the Hornets went on to win their first Central Conference game, 12-6, and their third straight game in as many starts. mm IKOLLflME MICE CHAUS [ 211 ]Joe McEvoy, George Caine. Frank Squier. Doug Minnis. Hornet stock had risen to a new high as it looked like the Hornets meant real business this season, but then the Welchmen journeyed up North to meet the Iowa State Teachers and their first defeat. The Iowa Teachers applied the brakes to the "crippled” Emporia State Hornets by handing them a 33-6 licking. Fumbles, intercepted passes, injuries, and a powerful Iowa ground attack spelled defeat for the Hornets as the game progressed. The Hornets came back from Iowa determined to roll over their next conference opponent, which was to be the defending conference champions — Southwestern. The E-Staters not only wanted to win over the Moundbuilders for the conference sake, but also because that day, October 18, was Homecoming and all the E-State grads would be here to witness the game. The under-estimated Southwestern Moundbuilders put a crimp in the E-State Homecoming, however, by battling the Hornets to a 7 to 7 tie. The sound of the gun was music to Hornet fans' ears, as the Moundbuilders were threatening deep in E-State territory. Big Bill Litch- l 212 jJohn Payne, Dick Kessler. Marvin Brown. Guy Nightingale. EMPORIA STATE . 39 Fort Hays .... 7 field was once again the big Hornet gun and a new boy, Frankie Squier, also showed up well in this game. The Welchmen left by bus the following weekend for Fort Hays, where they were to clash in a crucial game with the undefeated Fort Hays Tigers. It was the annual Homecoming game for Hays and the Hornets were out for sweet revenge after the clawing they took from the Tigers here last year at the E-State Homecoming. In displaying their best form of the season, the Emporia State Hornets upset the favored Fort Hays Tigers £9-7. Not only did the Hornets gain undisputed possession of first place in the conference by winning, but also spoiled the Tiger Homecoming celebration. Ted Baranoski showed up well in the game as did Don Sadowski, Harold Hoyt, and Earl Winchester. The overwhelming victory had one dark spot however — this was the broken collarbone received by Warren Dick, scrappy Hornet guard. I 13 jBill Wygle, Boh Jones, Fred Horst. Roscoc Bernard. EMPORIA STATE . 23 Fort Riley .... 12 With one thing in mind, that being the Conference Championship, the Hornets settled down for a full week of practice before they were to entertain the up-and-coming Rockhurst College Hawks. The Hawks had started out very slowly by losing their first three games, but bounced back to win two straight and were all set to upset the “Wondrous Welchmen.” The game was played before a small, chilled crowd as old man Winter served notice that he was just around the corner. The E-Staters had very little trouble and won the game easily, 33-0. The Hornet reserves played most of the last three quarters and held their own against the Varsity Hawks. The E-Staters had an open date on November 7, so this gave the Hornets two full weeks to prepare for the all-important conference game with St. Benedict’s at Atchison. Some of the boys had injuries, so this too would give those players much deserved rest. The St. Benedict’s Ravens had always been a jinx to the Hornets and never in their eight years of meeting had the Hornets come out on top. No special train was chartered to Atchison for the all-important game, but all Emporia’s fans’ ears were glued to the radio. The Hornets led at the half 7 to 0 [ 214 ]Kenneth Williams, Dun Huffman, Delbert Bell, Lawrence Stadel. EMPORIA STATE . 12 Colorado State . . . O and it looked as if the game would go undecided until the final whistle. The Ravens came roaring back in the second half and tied the score 7-7 and Hornet fans feared that the eight-year iinx would soon be nine. But suddenly, the Welchmen came to life and with Bill Litchfield, Ted Bar-anoski, and Earl Winchester carrying the ball, the tide turned. The E-Staters came out on the long end of the 26-7 score. It was the second Homecoming this season that the Hornets had spoiled. With the last game of the season coming up November 22 against Pittsburg State, the Hornets had an enviable record of five wins, one tic. and one loss. A victory over the Pittsburg Gorillas would insure the E-Staters of their first football conference crown since 1029. but should the Hornets lose, Washburn would “back in” to first place and the Welchmen would have to be satisfied with second place. The Hornets were fired for this game and everyone knew Coach Welch would throw everything but the bench at the Gorillas. [ 215 ]Boh Stokes. Robert Smith, Max Dye, Bob Bergman. EMPORIA STATE , . 6 Iowa State Teachers . 33 The Gorillas remembered last season when the lowly rated Hornets moved into Pittsburg and left that campus with a 20-0 victory. The Pittsburg-Emporia game was played on a cold afternoon that saw both teams battling furiously in the mud. The E-Staters won the game 28-7. This game not only won the Conference Championship for the E-Staters, but also won a holiday for the students. The 1947 season wound up the careers of three great football players — Captain Bill Short, Jim Corey, and Warren Dick. The Hornets placed four men on the All-Conference First team. Bill Litchfield received the honor for the second straight year, and Short, Corey, and Don Sadowski were named for the first time. Nearly all of the other regulars won recognition on either the second or third teams. Considerable credit for this championship team goes not only to Coaches F. G. Welch, Everett “Gus” Fish, Keith Caywood, and LeRoy Harper, but also to the “B" team boys who served as cannon fodder the year ’round. C 216 ]A wm ’-COACHMax Smiley. David “Corky” Wright. (Action Photo Courtesy David Wood Studio) CIC Champions 2nd Successive Year FINAL SEASON RECORD - - - 20 WON — 7 LOST (Winning team is in Capital Letters) Emporia St ate 37 WICHITA UNIV . 42 •EMPORIA STATE . 55 Southwestern .... 45 EMPORIA STATE ... 41 Rockhurst 28 •EMPORIA STATE . 56 St. Benedict’s 50 Emporia State 41 DRAKE UNIV . 53 EMPORIA STATE .. . 65 Rockhurst 51 EMPORIA STATE 67 Kansas Univ . 44 •Emporia State . 58 WASHBURN 66 EMPORIA STATE ... 82 Marshall . 52 •Emporia State . 56 FORT HAYS 62 Emporia State 41 HAMLINE . 49 •EMPORIA STATE 52 Washburn 48 EMPORIA STATE 62 Miami (Oxford. 0.).. . 52 •EMPORIA STATE 63 Pittsburg 49 EMPORIA STATE 57 Hastings. Nebr. . 48 •EMPORIA STATE 57 St. Benedict’s 45 EMPORIA STATE ... 52 Springfield. Mo. . 22 EMPORIA STATE . 47 Fort Hays 45 35 WICHITA UNIV. .. 52 EMPORIT STATE 60 45 EMPORIA STATE 69 . 47 EMPORIA STATE . 54 40 •EMPORIA STATE 52 Southwestern .... 44 EMPORIA STATE .. . 65 l-oyola (Baltimore) ... 47 EMPORIA STATE 57 Wichita Univ. 42 Emporia State 66 U. OF LOUISVILLE. 82 •EMPORIA STATE . 58 Pittsburg 31 (Conference games denoted by a asleri k) For the second straight year, the Emporia State basketball team, under the tutelage of Coach E. D. “Gus” Fish, won the Central Conference basketball crown and the right to play in the N. A. I. B. Tourney, only to be knocked out in the second round by Louisville, the eventual champion. [ 218 ]Meredith Litchfield. Francis Markham. (Action Photo Courtcuy I)avi l Wood Studio) With nine of the eleven members of last year's championship team back and new outstanding freshmen making their appearance on the campus, the E-State fans were expecting an even more powerful aggregation than last year’s. Fans didn’t stop to realize that every team in the conference would be much better this year and each would be all out to upset the Champion Hornets. Practice sessions opened November 15 with nearly 60 hopefuls answering the first call. After two weeks of gruelling practice, the squad was culled so that only 20 round-ball artists remained pounding the hardwoods. The Hornets looked razor sharp in practice sessions the week preceding their first game with Wichita University. So the champion Hornets moved into the Civic Auditorium, December 6, to entertain the Wheat Shockers in what most fans figured would be a mere warmup for the Fishmen. After 40 minutes of play the score read — Wichita 42, E-State 37. Although downhearted because of their opening loss, the Hornets gathered forces on December 9 and left by train for Kansas City to tangle with the Rockhurst College Hawks. Still not showing the same championship form of a year ago, the Hornets had all kinds of trouble with the Hawks, but finally won 41 to 28. It was the good showing of the second five that sparked the Hornets to their initial victory. Armin Soph, Hal McVey, Owen Wilson, Tex Smiley, and Max Smiley comprised the second five which were started and played a major portion of the game. Continuing on the road trip, the Hornets’ next stop was Des Moines, Iowa, cffiTHDL immmrn comet mwm [ 219 ]Hal McVey, Gene DePasqualc where they met the Drake University Bulldogs. The Bulldogs were runners-up in the strong Missouri Valley Conference in 1946-47. Emporia fans still remember the sportsmanship of the Iowans; their towering six foot nine inch center, John Prichard; and the one-point defeat that they handed the Hornets here last season. The Hornets led most of the first half, but the long road trip showed up on the game Fishmen in the last half as Drake ran wild to score a 53 to 41 victory. Arriving home the following day, the Hornets had only one day of practice to get ready for the big game with Kansas University. The Hornets were keyed to the hilt for this contest and poured the baskets through the hoop to win 67 to 44 over the Jayhawkers. It was the worst defeat every suffered by a “Phog” Allen coached ball club. Marshall College versus Emporia State, December 20, at the Civic Auditorium was a date all fans checked on their sports calendar. It was this same green-shirted club that knocked the Hornets out of an almost sure first place in the National Tourney in 1947. The Fishmen hit the basket in this game as Wilbur Reeser tallied 28 points to lead his team to an overwhelming 82 to 52 victory. The lads from Emporia had really hit their stride now and it looked like the team of a year ago. The E-Staters were then invited to a pre-N. A. I. B. Tournament at Kansas City and lost their opening game to Hamline University 49-41. The Hornets then bounced back the following night with a 62-52 win over Miami University of Ohio. David “Corky” Wright led the team in that win. In the annual Emporia Invitational Tournament, the Hornets downed Hastings, Nebraska, 57-48, and Springfield, Missouri, 52-22, but once again bowed to the mighty Wichita University Shockers, 52-35 in the finals. Once again the Emporians were as cold as the weather outside, as they hit only 12' of their shots while the Shockers were hitting 39 a • [ 220 JTex Smiley. Gene Cusic After the Christmas tournament, the boys settled down for a full week’s practice before their next game, which was to be a return engagement with the Drake Bulldogs. The Fishmen proved that they were definitely improved when they disposed handily of the Bulldogs by a 69 to 47 score. The chips were now down for the Hornets as their first conference game of the season was approaching with Southwestern as their foe. Led by newcomer Dennis Shogren and Bill Litchfield, the Moundbuilders offered little trouble for the defending champs. The final score was 52-44. Basketball fever had definitely enveloped the city of Emporia as nearly 500 Hornet supporters journeyed to Wichita in a near blizzard to watch E-State get revenge by knocking off Wichita University 57-42. It was a victory that Emporia wanted badly. Back to conference competition the next week, the Hornets rolled out the carpet for the Pittsburg club and sent them home with a 58 to 31 loss. With their eyes on just one thing and that being the Conference Championship, Gus Fish and ten players boarded a train for Winfield to clash with the Moundbuilders once again. Emporia State received a warmer reception than expected and had to go the limit to win out 55-45. Only six players saw action. Still no rest for the winners for the very next day they played host to their friends from up north — St. Benedict’s. Emporia State won by a score of 56-50. Three days later the Rockhurst College Hawks visited Emporia for a return game. Rockhurst had definitely improved and gave the Hornets CfllUL IKOLMTf COmCt MW [ 221 ]Armin Soph, Owen Wilson (Action Photo Courtesy David Wood Studio) about all they wanted, with the Emporians pulling away in the final five minutes to win 65 to 51. The defending champions had now won four straight conference games and definitely had the idea of winning the rest of them. The other conference schools were evidently getting tired of being pushed around, because on February 10 the Washburn Ichabods came to town and politely handed the Hornets their first conference loss in two years and the first in fifteen conference games. The Ichabods were red hot and had little trouble winning by a 66-58 score. The Hornets now set out on the long, tiresome trip to Fort Hays where victory seemed to be a must if they wanted any part of the Conference crown. The odds were in the Tigers’ favor because the Hornets treked back to camp without a Tiger skin. The boys from out West had won, 62-56. The pressure was now on the E-Staters with four wins and two losses; they needed to win all the remaining games if they expected even a tie. A special train was chartered for Topeka. Nearly 800 fans swarmed upon the Capital City to back the Emporians in their game against Washburn. The score see-sawed back and forth and not until the final gun did the Hornets realize that they had won a ball game, 52-48. A three-day trip now faced the Fishmen, with games at Pittsburg and St. Benedict’s. They found the people in Pittsburg very hospitable as the Hornets rode out of that southeast Kansas town with a Gorilla hide, due to the 63 to 49 shellacking Emporia handed them. After a day’s rest the defending champs journeyed on to Atchison to engage the St. Benedict’s Ravens. Arriving at Atchison, it was learned that the loyal Emporian fans had once again chartered a special train and the town was flooded with home folks. 'After two long halves, the Hornets were declared winners and [ 222 ]everyone started back on the train (even the basketball team). The score was 63-49. The count in the Central Conference race now stood at Emporia State seven wins and two losses and Washburn the same. February 27 was to be an eventful day for either Washburn or Emporia State, for on that day the Hornets entertained Fort Hays in the season’s final and Washburn journeyed to Southwestern. A win or loss by either team would mean the championship. Fort Hays took a commanding lead and with thirteen minutes to play led by thirteen points. It was at this point that the E-Staters started clicking. With the score tied and only ten seconds to play, Wilbur Reeser shot and hit, to win not only the game, 47-45, but the second straight Conference Championship in two years, because Southwestern had upset the mighty Washburn Ichabods. Because the state possessed so many fine cage teams, a play-off was necessary to see who was to represent Kansas in the N. A. I. B. Tourney in Kansas City. The Hornets turned back Kansas Wesleyan in the first game, 60-45, and finished strong to defeat Ottawa, 54-40, and, therefore, won the right to represent Kansas in the National. The Hornets defeated Loyola of Maryland in their first tourney game, but the following night proved no match for the Louisville Cardinals, who went on to win the tournament. The score between the E-Staters and Louisville was 82-66. Wilbur Reeser and Bill Litchfield received All-Conference Honors for the second straight year. Dennis Shogren was selected for the U P All-Conference team. [ 223 ]”11” It a s k c t b a 11 Tea id Sealed, Left to Right Frank Griffins, Bobby Biml. Charle Sanger, Harold Black, Bob Enirick. Standing -Orvel Clricfiii. Trainer: Charles Myers. Gene DePasqiiale. Gene Cumc, Tex Smiley, Bol Woodbury, Coach Keith Caywood. Under the guidance of Coach Keith Caywood, the “B” boys did a wonderful job throughout the season, winning five games and dropping three. It was this good, strong “B” team that helped the varsity champions two straight years, as they furnished the ruggedest kind of opposition during practice sessions on the basketball court. In their opening game of the season, the Junior Hornets forced the Wichita “B” all the way, but lost in the closing minutes by a 43-38 score. It was in the next game that the “B” team gave one of its best performances of the season in losing to the Kansas University “B” team by a scant one point, 45-44. The Hornets led throughout most of the game, but a last desperate shot by a K. U. player cut the meshes and spelled defeat for the E-Staters. The “B” boys then hit their season’s stride with a winning streak. Iola Junior College was defeated 45-32 in the Civic Auditorium, as was the Ottawa “B” team, 50-36. The “B” game against Washburn proved to have all the excitement and rivalry of a varsity game, as the E-Staters went the limit to win, 52-51. Journeying to Wichita, the Junior Hornets hoped for revenge over the Wichita team, but again found the Shockers too tough as they dropped their third game, 48-40. With two games left on the schedule, the “B" team journeyed to Topeka and once again defeated the Washburn “B” team, 48-35. Returning home, the “B’s” went to Ottawa to win their last game of the sea n f 41. [ 221 ]Track r - DWIGHT WADDELL lie lending CIC Champion Miler With Conference Championships tucked away in basketball and football, the Emporia State track team, coached by F. G. Welch, hoped to cop the track crown, therefore, making it a clean sweep. The Hornets, who placed second in the conference competition last year, had eight returning letter men and several promising newcomers. Lettermen from last year’s squad were Bob Grimm, conference disc u s champion; Dwight Waddell, conference mile champion; Tom Carr, dis- BOB GRIMM Defending CIC Discus Champion tance runner; Harold Butterfield, middle distance runner; Leland Jones and Don Blythe, dashes; Gail Shanelec, broad jump and dashes; and Don Valliere, high jump. The Welchmen’s first test was against the Wichita University Shockers of the strong Missouri Valley Conference. In this meet, the Hornet trackmen served notice on all conference schools that they would once again be title contenders, as they won over the Shockers, 80-51. The Empori-ans captured eleven firsts out (Continued on page 22S) I 225 1ROGER RUTH Freshman Emporia Stale Pule Paul ter find Broad Jumper. VERNON DUNCAN E-State Shot Putter. LLOYD NOI.U J a eel ia Thrower ExtraordinaryDALE JONES Veteran Teachers SprinterDON SADOWSKI High Hurdle Hopeful. of the fifteen events. Outstanding newcomers for the Hornets were Bill Wygle, who won the shotput and discus; Ralph Summers, also a ten-point winner, taking the 100-yard dash and the 220-yard dash; and Dwight Waddell, who won the half-mile and the mile run. MAYNARD MITCHELL 1 and 2 Milcr. With victory number one chalked up, the Hornets prepared to defend their crown in the second annual Emporia State Relays. The Hornets led the field all the way until the next-to-last event, and finally gave way to the surging Fort Hays Tigers, who won the Relays with 36V points to the E-Staters 31%. Emporia State gathered five first places during the meet, but the Tigers picked up four firsts, and enough seconds and thirds to dethrone the Hornets. Eight college teams took part in the Relay Carnival that saw every mark in the books wiped out in the college division. Improving in every meet, the Hornets’ next test was [ 228 ]DON VAI.I.IKKK Hornet High Jumper. against the strong Ottawa University Braves at Ottawa. The II ornets track team showed the Kansas Conference school just how things should be done by breezing to a 73V -57V6 point victory. Emporia State gathered seven first places, shared four others, while the Braves were finishing first in four events. Winners for the Hornets were Bill Wygle in the shot put; Lloyd Noll in the javelin; Dwight Waddell in the 880 and the mile; Bob Grimm in the discus; Don Blythe and Roger Ruth in the broad jump; and the mile relay team of Don Blythe, Bob Blair, Dwight Waddell, and Ralph Summers. Roger Ruth shared first place honors in the pole vault; Don Valliere in the high jump; and Maynard Mitchell in the two-mile race. With the splendid showing of the Hornet cindermen in early track competitions, Hornet fans look forward to big things at the conference meet in Pittsburg on May 14 and 15. RALPH SUMMERS Teachers Dash Man. [ 22V ][ 231 jI [ 232 ]T (‘ ii ii i s KENNETH BANZ C. W. HANNA COACH EVERETT I). “GUS" FISH [ 233 ]I 234 ]VVH111«n ’s Recreational Association Hoard Second How, Left to Right—Ruth Griffith, Marjorie Pope, Nedra Pflaum, Helen I led. Joan Bailey. First Row. I.eft to Right Zelma Dec Pennington. Nonna Jean K non sc. Kathleen Fox, Kleanor Whitlow, Marie Wilhite. JEAN TEICIICRAKBER ................. President RUTH GRIFFITH ................. Vice-President MARIE WILHITE ............ Secretory-Treasurer ELEANOR WHITLOW ............................ General Intra-Mural Manager CANDACE FRENCH ........ Publicity Manager MISS EDNA McCULLOUGH ............ Sponsor Intramurals — Tennis, Volleyball, Ping-Pong, Badminton, Basketball and Swimming — are among the most important activities of the Women’s Recreation Association Board. This year W. R. A. managed intra-mural events with eight teams participating; six sororities and two independent teams. Besides the officers listed, each participating organization has an intramural manager represented on the board, and there is a student manager for each intra-mural activity. Splash Club for swimmers, and Rhythmic Circle Dance Club are sponsored by W. R. A. Each year this organization holds an Annual Awards Dinner at which awards are presented to the organization leading in intramural events; to the high ranking individual member of each organization, as well as the three best individual athletes for the entire year. An all-school square dance sponsored by W. R. A. afforded much enjoyment to the entire student body. W. R. A. is a member of the Athletic Federation of American College Women, and has as its purpose 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. [ 236 JSplash (Hub Second Ron-. Left lo Ripht Louise Cel , Catherine Carter. Lois Anderson. Anita Hunch. Carlene Bronsema. First Row, Left to Riftht—Mary Beth Bell, Janet Wood. Ruby Biewener, Delores Bryant, Joan Chance, Nedra Pflaum. Belly Childers. Barbara Mandcll. Sponsor. Members not pictured Mary Dec Archer. Virginia Hjerstedt. Gail Irwin. Twelve members of Splash Club successfully passed their Senior Life Saving examinations this Spring, and five of these went on to take Instructor’s rank, thus concluding one of the most important Splash Club projects successfully. Swimming parties, invitational swims, stunts and pageantry were other absorbing interests of club members this year. II ll V I ll III i C C i r c I k Members K. Bicwiner; R. Bicwincr: B. Carrothcrs: Marian Daniels; Maxine Daniels; W. Drake, Publicity Manager; K. Fox; J. Gauchal; L. Gel , Secretary; I). Goad; K. Grass; G. Irwin; D. Johnston; N. Knouse; I). Mannen; K. Markowitz; B. Marmonl; Z. Pennington, President; I, Smith; M. Sutton; J. Teichgraeber; Joanne Wood; Janet Wood; E. Zimmerman; V. Russell. The Rhythmic Circle dance club has as its purpose the promotion among both participants and observers of an understanding and aesthetic appreciation of modern dance and its related arts. Each Spring the group presents as its culminating activity, a dance concert in Albert Taylor Hall. 1 237 ] HBOkU’s Iii tra in ii ra I s W ii in e n Eight organizations participated in the Intramural Activities this year, under the supervision of Miss Barbara Mandell, Physical Education instructor. The main objective of the women’s intramural program is to offer all students an opportunity to take part in athletic activities for recreation. A point system is worked out by an intramural committee consisting of a faculty sponsor, a student intramural manager, and the managers of the various teams. Miss Eleanor Whitlow was chosen at the beginning of the year for intramural manager. Two new activities were added to the activities this year. They were a Publicity Poster Contest and a Photography Contest. Also included were the regular season events: tennis, volleyball, badminton, ping-pong, basketball, and swimming. The record of the results of the entire intramural program is as follows: Team Intramural Manager Points Morse Hall—Katy Bowman ............................. 785 Alpha Sigs—Virginia Tarr ........................... 750 Alpha Taus—Helen Hett .............................. 650 Tri Sigs—Jocie Johnston ............................ 490 Delta Sigs—Joan Bailey ............................. 440 Pi Kaps—Norma Knouse ............................... 380 Theta Sigs—Candy French ............................ 170 Independents—Marjorie Pope ....................... 140 All-Star Basketball and Volleyball teams were chosen and each played a game at the conclusion of the two tournaments. Captains of the All-Star Basketball teams were Maurine Carr and Florence Young. Virginia Tarr and Katy Bowman were captains of the All-Star Volleyball teams. This year’s intramural program ended with three teams — Morse Hall, Alpha Sigs, and Alpha Taus — fighting it out to the bitter end with the ladies from Morse Hall coming out on top. The Annual Awards Dinner, sponsored by the Women’s Recreation Association, was held April 29th at the Student Union. Helen Southerland was in charge of arrangements. The first, second, and third place placques were given to the winning organizations. The following were awarded individual awards for their outstanding ability, leadership, and sportsmanship in Intramural participation this year: Virginia Tarr, Darlene Reed, Gail Irwin, Katy Bowman, Norma Knouse, Louise Getz, Jean Teichgraber, Ruth Griffith, Mary Dee Archer, and Candy French. [ 238 1Third Row, Left to Right—■J. Bloxom, M. Archer, F. Moore, J. Branson, C. Bowman. J. Teicli-graeber. Second Row, Left to Right—J. Bailey. H. Griffith, I). Reed. first Row, Left to Right—K. Kdwards, M. Sander. L. Smith. Above- —Catherine Bowman, Women’s Intramural Singles Tennis Champion. Action at the Women’s Intramural Table Tennis and Volleyball games. [ 239 ]An’s Intrainiinils Complete point totals for all teams, as of April 10, are: Phi Sigs 470 Sigma Taus 440 Kappa Sigs 420 Phi Dells ... 390 Mu Eps 290 Independents 210 TOUCH FOOTBALL VOLLEYBALL Phi Sigj 100 Mu Eps . 100 Mu Eps 80 Phi Dells 80 Kappa Sigs 70 Kappa Sigs 70 Phi Dclts 60 Independents 55 Independents 50 Phi Sigs 50 Sigma Taus ................ 0 Sigma Tans 40 FOOTBALL Sigma Taus 90 SWIMMING Phi Sigs 90 Sigma Taus 100 Kappa Sigs 70 Phi Sigs 80 Independents 55 Phi Dells 70 Phi Delts 55 Kappa Sigs . 60 Mu Eps 10 FALL TENNIS BOXING Sigma Taus 100 Kappa Sigs 100 Phi Sigs .... 70 Phi Sigs 80 Mu Eps 70 Sigma Taus 70 Phi Dclts 65 Phi Dells 60 Kappa Sigs 50 Independents 50 Independents ... 0 Mu Eps 0 r 240 ]A Student Index Adam, Albert ................. 51, 134 Adam. Lorena ........ 20. 128, 158, 179 Adame. Sam .......... 20. 166, 167, 173 Adams William F., Jr......... ................ 20, 134, 153, 160. 174 Acschliman, Ruth ........ 20. 145, 176 Akins, Juanita .............. 173, 180 Akins. Keith ................. 51, 167 Allen, Ellouise .............. 39, 174 Allen. Mildred Juan ..... 51. 104, 175 Amberg, Albert S........ 51, 122. 167 Amend. John D............ 51, 156, 173 Ames Archie L................. 69, 126 Ames. John ................... 51, 126 Anderson, Ernold L., Jr...... 51. 134 Anderson, Leonard ................. 51 Anderson, Lois ................... ................ 51, 104. 175, 203. 237 Anderson, Ned Wayne.... 51, 142, 194 Anderson, Robert ........ 51, 142, 190 Andrews. Arlene Ann................ 39 Applegate, Harry ............. 39, 178 Archer, Mary Dee.. 69, 108, 166, 167 Archer. Melville W............ 51, 126 Armour, B. Rae ................... ............ 69. 85. 100, 170, 202 Armstrong, Lewis ........ 51, 114, 166 Ashlock, Robert A ............ 18, 176 Attebcry. Jean .................... 69 Ausemus, Margaret ....... 69, 108. 203 Ausmus, Gloria .................... 51 Austenfeld, Harold A.......... 51, 126 Austcnfcld. 1-eon ............ 51, 126 Austin, Warren W........ 20, 126. 164 B Bachtcl. Donald E.................. 69 Bacon. Lewis ...................... 51 Bacon. Wanda ............ 51, 108, 202 Bahr. Emma ................... 51, 145 Bailey, Joan ......................... ......... 51. 108, 166. 177, 202. 236 Bailey, I.aurence P.................... ......... 20. 99. 122, 155. 161, 162 Bailey. Melvin E..... 20. 158, 179, 182 Baird. Leland Max .............. 39, 126 Baird. Shirley Anne ....... 39. 100, 203 Baker, Elsie M........................ 51 Baker. Oueta M............. 39, 90, 128 Baker, William T.................... .............. 20, 142, 157, 162, 174 Ballentine. Donna ......... 69, 100, 170 Ban . Weldon K....... 20. 158. 204, 233 Baranoski, Theodore ................ .................. 39. 122, 204, 208 Barncord, Norma Jean. .. 69, 104, 170 Barnes, Gloria Jean.. 20, 134, 150, 153 .............. 157, 163, 169, 191, 193 Barnes, James W................. 39, 134 Barnes. William. Jr............. 52. 180 Barnhar'. Joanne ............... 52, 145 Barrett. Patricia ............ 52, 145 Bartlett. Elmer ii, ................ 69 FI .-tin, Daphne Kulii ........ 21, 169 Sates, Delore .................... 52 Baxter. Dunce W. .. 69, 134 Beach. Charle - ...................... 52 Bean. Charles W................ 52. 114 Bean, Patricia.. 52. 91. 98, 108, 170 Bcaston. Jack V................ 52, 122 Beattie. Vernon .......... 52. 126. 164 Bebermcyer. Royal E. ........... 52. 126 Beck. Jean .................... 69, 128 Bell, Delbert W..................... 215 Bell. Elizabeth .......... 39, 145, 237 Bell. James ......... 39, 114. 164. 191 Bell, Mardcll ..................... ........ 39, 92. 104, 157, 162. 175 Bell, Roberta ...................... .............. 69. 89. 128. 195, 202 Belting, Jeanne .......... 21, 128. 168 Benedict, Glenda Lee ......... 69, 145 Bennett. Harold P........ 21. 190, 193 Bercnds, Margery ......... 52, 145, 176 Bergman, Robert 1.................. 216 Bernard. Roscoe ................... ............. 39, 134. 190, 204. 214 Bicker, Irena ....... 39, 94, 98, 139 162, 169, 174, 203 Biewcner. Emily ............... 39, 177 Biewcner, Ruby .................... 237 Black, Harold ..................... 224 Blair. George ....... 21. 142. 151, 152 ............ 154, 157, 158, 161, 182 Blakcman, Richard .................. 69 Blehm, Frederic W................... 21 Blount, Joel A................. 52, 126 Bloxom, Josephine Ann ............. ................. 52. 108. 168, 190 Blythe. Donald Neal .......... 52, 122 Bobbitt, Clyde D.................... 69 Bcese, Paul L.................. 69, 142 Bollinger, Iris ............... 69, 128 Bond, John H........................ 21 Boone, Gilbert M......... 39. 142, 162 174, 176. 178. 182. 184 Boulanger. Shirley ................. 39 Bowen. Conrad 1................ 52, 122 Bowlin. Floyd P..................... 52 Bowman, Catherine ........ 40, 177, 239 Boyd, John M................... 21, 114 Boyle, Dale E.................. 40. 134 Boynton. Bobbie Ruth ............. ................. 21, 104, 157, 162 Bradford. Charlene ............ 69, 145 Bradford, Frankie Jean ........ 69, 94 Branson, Joy.. 21, 98. 104, 174, 203 Bratton. Clayton G. 52, 126, 164, 190 Bratton. David 1......... 69, 126, 190 Breakey, Inez ...................... 69 Brcazier, Eldon .... 21, 122, 158, 166 Brenner. Anna Mae 22. 145, 166, 176 Brcy, El wood E..................... 40 Brinkman. Gloria .............. 84. 156 Brinkman. James W................. ................. 52. 134, 164, 192 Brinkman. Theodore ............ 52, 134 Brittain, Alfred .............. 52, 126 Brogdon, Gaines .............. 52. 180 Bronsema. Carlene.. 69. 128. 177, 237 Brooks. Hubert B............... 22, 180 Brose, Roberta ..... 69, 108, 175, 203 Brown, Bill ................... 69, 126 Brown. Edith ............ 22. 169. 177 Brown. Letha ............. 53, 116, 168 Brown, Marvin "Pete'’.... 53, 122, 213 Bruington, Donna Lee ............... 69 Bruiting. John W................ 40. 122 Bryant, Delores ........... 53. 177, 237 Buck. Crarlcs .................. 53. 114 Buckley. Dorothy ... 53. 163, 190. 191 Buckley. John L„ Jr............. 53, 122 Bull. Galen W. ............ 22. 166. 179 Buingardncr. Thomas C... 53, 114 Bump, James C......................... 53 Bunch. Anita ................... 53. 237 Burd, Bobby ......................... 224 Burden. Uel .......... 53. 164, 190, 193 Burkett, Ralph H.......... S3, 134, 171 Burrows, William .. 40. 142, 176, 178 Burt, Ezra Garfield ............ S3, 126 Burton, Alvin ........................ 53 Bush. Duane .. 22. 126, 152, 155, 175 Butler, Allen. Jr.................. 180 Butler. Jack D....................... 69 Butler. Louis W................. 22, 134 Butterfield. Harold ....... S3, 122, 231 Buttron, Clarice ............... 69, 190 Byers, Marvin E................. 18, 162 C Caine. George ........... S3, 204, 212 Caldwell, Mildrcn .................. 53 Campbell, Ivan L.............. 70, 166 Campbell. Ldetta ............. 40, 145 Canniff, Calvin D............. -40 Cannon, Harold 1.............. 70, 192 Cannon, Kenneth .............. 70. 126 Carlson. Richard 1............ 70, 142 Carnine, Howard ................... S3 Carr. Gerald ............ 70. 126. 173 Carr. John H......................... 22 Carr. Morris ............ 70. 126, 173 Carr. Nadine ............ 70. 145. 175 Carr. Thomas P..... 40. 114, 178, 231 Carrcndcr, Laura ................. ............ 40. 87,116,170,203 Carrothcrs, Betty Jo.... 70. 104, 170 Carrot hers. Patricia S3, 83, 104, 170 Carson. Norma Jean ............ 40 Carter, Catherine.... 53. 1.36, 168. 237 Carter, Helen ...... 40, 157. 166, 169 Cnruthcrs, Donald J..... 53. 114, 179 Case. Alex, Jr................ 53, 122 Case, Rosse ....................... 54 Casement. Charles ................. 54 Cease. Richard L................... 70 Chadwick. Clctus Dean ............. 70 Chamberlin, Harold ............. 22 Chance. Joan .. 54. 100, 180. 203. 237 Chapin, Alma l-ee ....... 70, 108, 175 Childers, Betty .... 70. 100. 177, 2.37 Chronistcr, Robert E........... 70 Clark, Eleanor .......... 70. 145, 175 Clark. Esther ................ 54. 145 Clark. James W„ Jr...... 40, 158, 232 Clayton. Kenneth D................... 54 Cobb, Henry R.. Jr................. 172 Cochennct, William 1........ 54, 126 Cochran, James II.............. 54 Cohen. Richard J........ 70. 204, 211 Coil, Ernestine .... 70. 145, 177, 179 Colglazicr. Patricia ............. ......... 22 98. 128. 168. 177, 203 Collins, William ............. 40. 126 Colwell. Bonnie .................... 70 [ 242 ]Colyer, Hope .............. 54, 108. 170 Goman, lone .. 40, 95. 128. 168. 175 Conklin. Ina Lou .......... 23. 100, 170 Conk, Halsey ........................ 54 Coonrod, Curtis ..................... 70 Cooper. Walter ....... 54, 114. 173. 210 Corbett, Robert II. ............ 23. 114 Corey, James I)........... 23, 122, 204 Corey, Sally ................... 70, 100 Corey. William I)............... 54, 126 Corridan, James V.................... 54 Cox, Patsy Lee ................. 70. 104 Craniblit, Anna May ............... .... 70. 89. 116. 180. 190. 191. 203 Crandall, Charles C. 23. 114, 164, 192 Crawford, Betty .................... 177 Crawford, William G............ ‘10, 112 Criqui, Nadine ...................... 70 Criqui, Orvcl A............ 54, 122, 224 Crist, Samuel ....................... 54 Crowell. Robert A............... 54, 142 Crouch, Walter T. .. 54, 122. 150. 167 Cusic, Bernie Eugene .............. ............. 54. 114, 204, 221, 224 D Dabbs, Robert G................ 54, 134 Daily, Lawrence .................... 54 Daniels, Marian L............. 40, 177 Daniels, .Maxine ...............70, 166 Davidson, Galen ............... 23. 158 Davis, Cecil ............. 41. 142, 167 Davis, Charles K...... 70. 142, 192 Davis, Jack J............. 23. 176, 178 Davis, SueZannc .......... 70. 128. 203 Davis. Verne D................. 54, 142 Davey, Homer C................. 41, 126 Day, Jessie May .... 18, 157, 176, 177 Day. Vernon Eugene ............ 54, 126 Day, Von Leroy ..................... 55 Dean, Kenneth A..................... 55 Decker, Cleda ....... 41, 163, 177, 190 Decker, Iris ....... 23.. 145. 176, 177 Deering, Alfred C.................. ............ 41, 99, 124, 151, 174 DeFore, Thomas .................. 55 DeGarmo, Harry John .............. 55 DeGraffenrcid, Paul...... 55, 114. 175 DeMotl. Gail ........ 23. 122. 156, 204 Denning, Dennis ............... 70, 126 Dcn .lcr, Peter ................... ............ 41. 142. 162. 174, 180 DcPasquale, Gene ............. 220, 224 Dcschner, Adclyn ......... 55, 145, 179 Detrick, Paul F................ 55, 122 DeVillier, Russell .................. 23 Dick. Warren ........ 23. 122. 201, 208 Didde, John A........................ 70 Diehoit, Helen ...................... 71 Diekhoff, George ......... 24, 157, 161 Dimon, Harold ................. 24, 161 Dodge, David Ray .................... 71 Doile, Velma .................. 55, 128 Doles, Carol ........................ 55 Doles, Elmer J................. 55, 126 Doles, Jennings B., Jr... 41, 161, 178 Donnellan. Robert ............. 55, 114 Dorris, Frances ................... 177 Dorris, Paul J................. 41. 173 Dow, Corinne ........................ 55 Dowell. Ramona ................ 71, 145 Dowell. Virgil ...................... 71 Doyle. Rita Mickey ............ 55, 108 Drake. Winifred .......... 71. 145. 177 Dressier, Barbara ................. .... 19. 145. 157, 175, 181 Drocgcmeicr, Art bur D............ 41 Drum. Jane ........ 41. 100. 169, 202 Drummond. Loretta .......... 41, 179 Drummond, Maurice I). .. 41. 134, 179 Duckworth, Lccnian A............. 190 Duncan. Vernon R................ ..... 41. 122. 158. 204. 210. 226 Dunn, Edmund ............... 55, 114 Duty, Eloise ............... 71. 145 Dyck. Doris .. 41, 145. 157. 168. 176 Dye. Max R......... 41. 122. 204, 216 E Eatnan. Edith ........ 24, 145. 170. 194 Eby. Lloyd J... 2-1, 154, 161. 176. 178 Edmisson. Mona .................... ............. 41. 145, 163. 169, 190 Edwards, Carol ............ 55, 98, 119 Ed wards. Helen ..................... 55 Edwards. Jesse A.......... 71, 180, 210 Edwards. Karmen Dee ............... .................. 71. 90. 177. 202 Edwards, Merle J.......... 42, 122. 204 Edwards, Robert Bruce ............. .................. 41. 126. 158. 166 Egner, Win. Joseph ............. 55, 134 Equiluz. Havdee ........... 55, 173, 180 Eisenhach, Joe. Jr.................. ............. 24. 99. 112, 153. 155 Elliott. Henry V........... 24, 157, 166 Ellis. Clifford A.................... 42 Ellis. Juanita ...................... 42 Ellison. Grover C., Jr............ 42 Embry. Robert .............. 55, 114 Kmrioh. Robert D.......... 71. 224. 232 Engle. Loren M............. 55, 114, 175 Ericson, Alfred T.. Jr............. .................. 55. 142, 166. 192 Erickson. Walter .... 42. 134, 171. 195 Errctt, Kenneth W............ 71, 134 Esslingcr. William E............ 56 Ethridge. Barbara ................. ............. 42. 128. 168. 175. 180 Eubank, Otto L.................. 56. 176 Eudaley, John Wm..................... 56 Evans. Adelia.. 42. 98. 116, 150. 169 Evans, Gerald F...................... 71 Everhart, Leon E. .. 56, 142, 166. 192 F Fahrbach, Carl, Jr.................. ...... 24. 134, 157. 158. 161. 179 Fair, Jacqueline .... 56. 163, 190, 193 Falen. Howard D................... 71 Fanestil, Marjorie ................. ... 24, 88. 128. 163. 190. 191. 193 Farris, Evelyn ........... 56. 168. 180 Faulev, l.avon ................. 71, 116 Fetrow, Rose ................... 71. 146 Field, Almalee .................... 42 Fisher. Wilbur ........... 24. 176, 182 Fish, Harold ........ 71. 142. 174, 176 Fisher. Carol Jeane.. 71, 87, 108, 179 Fladung, Jerome ................ 56, 114 Fletcball. Don ................. 71, 114 Flores, Flora ..................... 185 Flott. George .................. 42. 126 Foncannon, Robert .............. 24, 114 Ford, Patricia ..................... ...... 42. 85. 100. 152. 200, 201 Foster. Beatrice Jeanne.. 56, 91, 128 Foster, Harlan ..................... 56 Fowler. Mary Jane .................... 56 Fox, Kathleen ...................... .... 25, 146, 152. 169 .176. 177, 236 Foy, Estella S................ 56, 1 16 Frazer, William R., Jr. .. 56, 182. 192 Frazier, Alice Amy ...... 42, 169, 178 Frcdcriksen. Daniel ..... 71, 142, 174 Frederiksen, Peggy I-ou .......... ................. 42. 144 162. 175 Freeman. Rosalea ........ 71, 146. 180 French, Candace Ann .... 42, 136, 177 Fromm, Eugene Howard ............... 71 Fromm, Kenneth W.................... 56 Fry, Donna .... 71, 95. 100. 179, 202 Fryer. Charles W.............. 42. 142 Funk. Carl Lewis ........ 42, 126. 192 G Gad berry, Earl ............. 42, 134, 167 Gaines, Dorsey ................... 56, 180 Gaines, Lee H..................... 56. 180 Galentine. Alice ...................... 71 Gant, Milton L......................... 56 Garoutte, Louis W..................... -13 Garton, Lee Dean .................. ............. 25, 164, 190, 192, 191 Garvic. Lois Ruth ........... 56, 100, 177 Gaskill, Evelyn ....................... 43 Gastl, LeRoy F......................... 56 Gatterman. Mary .... 13. 128. 170, 202 Gauchat. Janet .............. 71. 146, 190 Gay. Iyla ................... 71, 136. 168 Gearhart, Leland, Jr................... 56 Geist, Elizabeth .... 25. 98, 107, 176 George, Robert W.................. 56, 174 Getz, Catherine ................... ............. 71, 128, 177, 202. 237 Gibson, Evan ..................... 43, 166 Giedinghagen, Fern .................... 71 Giese. Mance J.................... 71, 142 Gicsick, Eileen 56, 100. 170, 190, 192 Gilbert, Charles A....... 72. 142, 167 Gillenwatcr, Martha Jane...... 57, 145 Glaser. Donald A..................... 57 Gleichman, Kathleen ............... ....... 43. 86. 146. 169, 175, 203 Glick, Howard L................... 25, 114 Glinka. John L....................... 25 Gladfelter, Robert E. 25. 134. 158. 166 Goad. Dolores ....... 57. 108. 171, 203 Goben. Johnny William................ 72 Godfrey, John W., Jr................. 72 Coentzcl, Leo J................... 18. 182 Gooch. Nile J................ 43, 190, 193 Good. Norman L...... 25, 161. 181, 190 Goodspeed, Mary J..................... 183 Gordon, Charles S................. 25, 122 Gordon, Mary Lou .................... 72 Gordon. Robert I)................. 25, 122 Gorman. John R.................... 72, 173 Gould, Alan Bruce ................ 57, M2 Graber, Byron E.............. 25, 157, 201 Granada, Eunice..... 26, 156, 192, 193 Grass, Eunice .................... 57, 100 Graves, Charles B.................... 57 Cray. Hubert M....................... 57 Green. Bernard J......... 57, 142, 173 Green. Gerald W.............. 43. 142, 182 Green, William C......... 26, 164, 191 Green. Virginia 72. 88. 146. 179, 192 Greece. Donald W.................. 26. 142 Greet ’ Roy L.................... 57, 126 Gregory. Richard L............... -13, 192 Greis -’ o, Fafayettc C. 72, 134 Griffith, Ruth ..... 26. 101. 155. 157 ............ :66. ICS, 184. 185 £36 Griffin , Fran: K. ........ 43, 122, 22! Gri. m. Robe: .................. . » -22. 1- 7, 201. 210, 225 [ 243 ]Crocndyckc, Peggy . Grover. Marjorie ... Grissom. Eugene .... ........ 26, Gunkle, Earl R..... Gunzclman, Joe M. 72, 146 72, 146 99. 124. 161, 193 .......... 57. 1.34 ........... 26 li Haag. Jeanette 57. 146. 173. 175, 202 Haag, Ralph J....... 57. 114. 173, 175 Haas. Clarence H................ 72 llausc. Erma Jean ............ 72, 146 Huger, Rarhura ............... 72, 146 Haggard. Robert G............ 72 192 Hall. Charles P................... .... 26. 126, 164, 190. 191. 192, 193 Hall. John II., Jr............ 57, 114 Hall, Margie Lee ............. 72, 146 Mulligan, John J.............. 57, 122 Halligan. Robert E.............. 57 Haney, Jefferson ............. 26, 191 Hankins, Robert ................... 166 Hanna, Charles W. 57, 134, 150, 233 Hanna. Richard .... 43, 122, 167, 171 Hansen, Barbara ......... 43, 100, 173 Hansen, Ethel ...... 26, 157, 161, 162 Hanson, Dorothy ................... 13 llurhaugh. Joanne ....... 72. 104. 202 Harmon, Rex Allan ............ 57, 114 Hamden. Williard J............ 72, 114 Harper, Barbara .............. 26, 179 Harrington, John R.............. 57 Harris, James B................. 72 Harrison, Ann ...... 27, 90. 103, 170 Harrison, Duane E............. 72, 142 Harrison. Forrest W............. 43 Harrison, George R................ ............ 18. 157. 173. 176, 177 Harrison, Ronald J............ 57, 122 Harrison, Wayne, J., Jr...... 57, 182 Harrow, Eual R., Jr........... 58, 114 Hart, Lee D................... 43, 179 Haskell, Ralph .......... 27. 156, 157 Hussler, Marthu Jean..... 58. 128. 169 Hasting, Ruby Marie ............. 72 Hawes, Charlotte ................. ............. 72. 91. 108, 175, 202 Hawley, Helen .................. 72. 146 Hayden, Chester G......... 72. 204, 211 Hayden, Onabellc .................... 58 Haynes. Donald ...................... 72 Hefner, Mary ......... 58. 128. 169. 175 Hefty, Wilma Lois 27. 146, 157, 169 Hegcnhart, William F................. 43 Hcidcbrccht, Donald ............ 72. 142 llcidchrccht, Dorothy 58. 128. 192. 193 Hcinen. Eileen ................. 43. 175 Helmley. Iris 44, 146, 157, 169. 177 Henderson, Margaret ............ 58, 100 Henderson, Thelma .............. 72. 146 Hcnncssy, Frances .............. 72. 2J2 Herman. Vivian ............ 72. 104. 202 Hess. Robert ................... 58. 114 Messier, Virgil W.................... 27 llett, Helen Maxine 58. 10-1. 179. 236 Hiebert, Clyde J..................... 73 Higgins, Boyd V.. Jr............ 73, 142 Higgins, Don S’Lce ............. 73, 126 Highwood, Dolly May ............ 58, 190 llildcrmaii, Roy G........ 73, 142. 190 Hill. Charles R...... 58, 134, 164, 191 Hill. Elite! ................... 73, 146 Hill. Murit ....... • •....... 73, 192 Hill. Prisci......................... 73 Hilton. Willard ..................... 58 Hinkle, Edgar ’ 73 llinshaw, P.oln ..................... 58 lliskey. Richard .................... 73, 126 Hjertstedt. Virginia ..................... 44 lloch, Joan .................... 58. 128. 170 Hoffman. Donald .... 58. 122. 205. 215 Hoffman. Muriel .. 27, 136. 166, 179 Ifogg. Clayton 1................ 27, 166. 179 Ifogg. Frances ................. 44, 161. 178 Hogg, Gladys ........................ 58. 146 Hogg. Merle .......... 27. 122, 164. 172 ...................... 190. 191, 192. 193 Hohne. Fred C.... 27. 122, 179, 180 Hoidredge, Donald H........ 58, 125 iloldrcdge, Harold R.............. 58. 126 Holle, Lorna ................... 73. 146, 179 Hollingsworth, Maurice ................. 73 Hollingsworth, Otto Leon ........... ............. 27. 134, 157, 160. 161 Hollister, Virginia ................. 73. 146 Holmes, Gladys ..................... ...... 27. 108, 157. 161, 169. 202 Holmes, Horace ................. 28. 134, 194 Hooper, Edwin S..................... ............. 44, 157. 162. 174, 176 Horst, Fred .................... 58. 122. 214 Hoskins, Christena ............. 58, 166, 173 Hoyt, Harold 1........ 44. 126, 205, 209 Hoyt. Jennieta ....... 73. 128, 170, 202 Hughes, Marie .................. 58. 177 Hughes, Olive ...................... ‘14, 177 Hucbcrt, Mary Elizabeth....... 73, 175 Hurt, Virgil E...................... ............. 28. 134, 157, 162, 205 Hurst, Edgar ............................. 73 Ilvden. Victor M.. Jr............... .................. 28. 114, 154, 172 I Imthurn, William II............ 73. 126 Irwin. Georgia ..................... 58 Irwin, Jack E....................... 59 J Jacob. Marshall Lynn........... 28. 142 James. Joanne ........................ 73 Jeanneret, Wanda .......... 73, 128. 203 Jetty, Naomi ................... 59. 128 Johanning, Cynthia ................... 73 Johnson, Geraldine .................. 180 Johnson. LeRoy ................. 59, 111 Johnson, William ..................... 28 Johnson, William B.. Jr............. ....................... 44. 192, 193 Johnson, William Howard........ 73, 180 Johnston, Dorothy .............. 73, 146 Johnston, Jocelyn .................. ...... 59. 98. 128, 177, 202, 239 Jolly. Dorothy ................ 179, 18'J Jones, Charles ....................... 59 Jones, Francis E................ 59, 114 Jones, John H......................... 73 Jones, Leland D............ 59. 122, 227 Jones, Martha Louise .... 73, 128, 202 Jones, Rex E.......................... 59 Jones, Robert E...... 59. 134, 174, 235 J m« !». Willard G. 14, 99, 134 Jones, William Lee ........ 59, 134, 235 Jordan, Mina ................... 59, 128 Jordan, Robert D................ 59, 122 Jordan, Robert G................ 59, 122 Jorgensen. Gordon L................... 73 Joyner, Goff ......................... 28 Juhlin, Wayne S................. 59, 114 Justus, William J..................... 73 K Kandt. Harry C 59. 131 Karnes. Frank “Bid.” Jr 28. 99. 120. 152,167 Keefer, Lewis E. 44. 111. 158. 166 Kchl. Joyce 73. 146, 190 Kcil. Robert 59. 114. 173 Kells. Kathryn Ann 73. 128. 177 Kelsay. Gene W. .... 74. 134. 190, 191 Kent. Dorothy 74 Kessler. Richard 59. 122. 205. 213 Kiefer. Barbara Jo 74. 116. 171. 173. 195. 203 Kimbrough, Lyle . 44, 126 Kind. Doris Jean 59 King. Calvin. J. 74 King. Charlotte 74. 146. 190, 192 King. David M. 59. 114 Klamm, I-oeva 74. 145, 192 Klassen. Paul 44 Kliewer. Orville P 28 Kline. Fred B ‘14, 122. 234 Kline. Doris 192 Klostermann. Helen 59 Knight, Carol 74. 146 Knipe. Barbara June .... 74. 146 Knoeppcl, Betty 44, 100, 194 K nouse. Carl 60. 126 Knouse, Norma Jean ..... 28. 98. 116. 177. 203. 236 Knox, Robert M 44. 99. 132. 162, 175 Koch. Marcia Ann 74, 75 Koons, Donald 1 60. 134. 164. 191. 193 Korte. Anthony 60. 134. 173 Kowalski. Jack W. 28. 126. 152. 154, 161, 171. 173 Krueger, George M 60. 126 Kuenning, Donald W 29. 162. 174 Kuhlmnnn. Laura Mae ... 29. 128. 168. 175, 178. 203 Kukuk. Francis L. 60 Kumli, Karl F.. Jr. 44. 134 Kulnink. Marjorie 22. 128 L LcCcrte, Gerald D.............. 60. 114 I-umb, Clara .................. 74, 145 Lamb, Donald .................. 60. 122 Lamb. Vernon T..............: 44, 122 Lane. Francinc ................... 60. 116. 170. 173, 179, 195. 203 Lane. John D............. 29. 122. 205 Lancy, Velma ..................... 15, 146. 163, 170, 190. 191 Lant . William .................... 74 Larkin. Bobby Jack ............ 69. 126 Larson, Bob D.................. 60. 122 Larson. Charles I)................ 29, 134, 157, 162. 175 Larson. Wallace E....... 60. 134, 234 Latas, Forrest ................ 60. 122 Latimer. Dorothy ........ 74, 104, 170 Lauck, Homer R.................... 29 Luughlin, Robert Eugene...... 29. 134 Laurenzana. Louis .. 60, 134, 164, 173 Leake, Charles ................... 190 Leake, John ..................... 190 Leblon. Jean Marcel 74. 150, 167. 173 Lemons, Donald 1............... 60, 126 I.enigan. Robert ................. .... 45. 114, 161, 190. 191, 192, 193 Lenigan. Rosalee .... 45. 190. 191. 192 Lenke, Irene .................. 45, 146 [ 244 ]Lenkc, Kenneth 1................. 60, M2 Lenz, Treva .......... 29. 136. 168. 174 Leonard. Robert I)............... 60. 126 Levinson, Samuel ........... 74. 142, 195 Lewis, Joanne .............. 45. 116. 170 Lewis. Leila ........................ ...... 29, 94. 128. 153, 168. 178 Lewis, Maxine ...................... 108 Lewis, Norma Jean .......... 29. 128, 192 Lewis. Sara Marie 74. 128. 168. 203 Liggett, Harry F................. 45, 122 Linden, William I)............... 60. 142 Lindsay. Rhea J........................ 29 Lira, Pedro ........................... 74 Lister, Alfred F....................... 60 Lister, Louise .................. 74. 100 Litchfield. Glen E... 45. 134. 164, 190 Litchfield. Meredith 45, 122. 205. 219 Litchfield, William ................. ............. 60, 122. 205. 207, 217 Loncy, Theodore ....... 60. 142. 171 Long, Robert .................... 74 Long, Samuel I.................. ............... 30, 114, 160. 161. 195 Lonnberg, Charles M................ ..... 30. 134. 161. 182. 190. 191 Love, Carl 1......................... 60 Love, Glenn II. ............. 30, 142, 167, 182, 190 Love, Laura Bowkcr ............. 45, 157 Lowry. James 1....................... 74 Loy. Harold .......... 30, 134. 157. 194 Ludvickson, Marvin M................. 30 Lusk, Howard ........................ 30 Lusk, Perry S...................... .... 30, 134. 153. 157. 161. 161. 191 Lutz, Melva Loree ......... 74. 116. 175 Lyhargcr, Esther .......... 30. 146. 157 ....... 163. 184. 185. 190. 191, 193 Lyon. Edwin G.............. 30. 176. 178 Lyon. Elsie Elaine ............. 74. 136 M McAlister. Richard W........ 74, 142 McAnurncy, James A........... 45, 123 McAntee, Edward E..... 31. 123. 175 McCabe. Fred F............ 61. 142, 166 McCabe. Frances........... 61, 136, 176 Me'Cloud. John 1............. 74, 126 McCormally, John P..... 31, 161. 173 McCormick. John II.. Jr. 45. 142, 190 McCracken, Lenore ........... 74. 146 McCuc. Leo J...... 61. 134. 166. 179 McDonald, Velma Lee .... 74, 146, 175 McElhany, Merle E............ 61. 13-4 McEvoy, Joseph B.................... 212 McGregor. Delores ................... 74 McGuire, Harvey C. 31. 123. 167, 175 McGuire, Michael ............ 61, 134 McGuire, Nanette W........... 31, 166 Mcllvain, Kenneth ........... 61, 114 McMullen, Eugene .................... 61 McNeill. Ethel Alice ........... .......... 45. 129. 157 .165. 190 McQuin, Richard ............. 61. 114 McVay, Lyle L .... 31. 114. 164. 193 McVay, Robert E...................... 61 McVey. Hal E.............. 61. 205, 220 Muclaskey, Wallace .................. 30 Madolc, Martlia J... 74. 94. 104. 168 Magouirk. Jerean .. 45. 116. 177. 179 Maier. Charles R...... 75. 142. 185 Malamhri, Frank, Jr............. .... 31. 127. 165. 190. 191. 192. 193 Malamhri. Pauline.. 45. 116, 190, 192 Mallary. Mildred A.... 61. 129. 156 Mannen, Dixie Lee ........ 45, 168, 177 Mardis, Hollis 1............... 75, 142 Mantis. Joyce ............ 75, 90, 177 Maring, Lloyd K................. 61 Markham. Francis E.................. 219 Markin, John ................. 61 Markowitz. Kathleen ...... 75. 100. 203 Markowitz, Lamar .............. 61, 135 Marlar, Betty Lou ............. 61, 146 Marmont, Barbara ......... 61. 129, 190 Martin, Joan ........ 75, 116, 170, 193 Martin. Minnie P................ 180 Martin, Robert 1.......... 75, 142. 192 Martin, Stanley O.................. ............ 45, 135. 157, 159, 179 Mason. Etta Mac .......... 46. 168, 174 Mast. Elsie ....................... .... 31. 146. 157. 163. 184. 185. 190 Mathews, John ................. 46, 182 Mathews, Norecn .... 31. 129. 170. 180 Maxwell. Calvin W.............. 61, 127 Mayes. Melva ........ 46. 92. 108. 170 Mayes, Ronald W.......... 61, 142, 179 Mays, Ida ........................... 75 Mercer. David ................. 61, 134 Meredith, Lyle H......... 75. 134, 190 Merilatt. Nadine .................. .... 31. 93. 117. 157. 169. 179, 203 Mcrwin, Beverly J... 75, 100. 170. 179 Middleton, Joan E.................... 61 Miles, Leon II. 31. 135. 159. 166. 167 Miller. Dale ........................ 75 Miller, Gerald D................... ............ 46. 135. 165. 190. 194 Miller. James R................ 32, 160 Miller. Kathleen .......■ 61. 100, 203 Miller. Kenneth 1.................... 75 Miller. Kenneth W.................... 75 Mills. Jewell ...................... 166 Milsap, Galen ................. 32. 115 M inear, Donald J.............. 75, 115 Minnis, Darwin D............... 75. 212 Mitchell. Leslie V................... 75 Mitchell. Maynard ............. 62. 228 Mitchell, Robert R............. 62, 142 Mitchell. Wilbur E................... 62 Moldey, Joyce ..................... .... 32. 93. 108. 151. 152. 154, 194 Mocckel, Valctta .... 32, 98, 101. 168 Mimre. Arthur ...................... 180 Moore. Charles A... 18. 165. 180, 193 Moore. Frances E.................... 180 M«H re, Frederick .................. 180 Moore, Glen E........................ 62 Moore, Harold W............... 174, 180 Moore, James E.................. 75, 175 Moore, Ncncy Lee ......... 75. 190, 191 Moore, Roberta ...................... 75 Moore. Virginia ................... ...... 46. 100. 150. 170. 171, 203 Moreland. Edward E................... 75 Morgan, Robert W................ 62. 115 Murray, Norman H................ 75, 127 Morris. Alvin E........... 32. 123. 150 ........... 152, 1S4. 157. 159. 161 Morris, David ......... 62. 99, 127 Morrissey, Frances ................ ............ 32, 98, 131. 168, 203 Morse, Marjorie ................ 75, 146 Mortimorc, Florence A.............. ...................... 46, 146. 177 Mosby, Gerald ....... 62. 123. 205. 209 Mosby, Sidney L...................... 75 Mossbarger, Harold W.......... 75. 193 Moses, Juanita K...... 32, 163, 191 Mount, Richard K..................... 75 Moyer, Sidney ....................... 75 Mulsow. Neva ....... 46, 88. 100, 162 Murphy. Jay, Jr................... 62 Musch, Robert K. ............ 62, 123 Myers. Charles 1............. 76, 224 Myers. Ronald E................... 62 N Neaderhiser, George R............. ................. 32. 127. 165. 193 Nelson, Earl F.......... 62. 123, 167 Nelson, Orval I)................... 62 Nelson, Wallace A............. 32, 142 Newland, Albert ........ 46. 180. 182 Newton, Charles ............. -46, 123 Neycr, Leo J............ 32. 173. Ift3 Nicholas, Melba Alberta .......... ............... 46. 105. 172. 174 Nichols, Jacquelyne .... 62, 168, 180 Nickel, Marvin R.............. 76, 127 Nightingale. Guy E...... 76, 205. 213 Noll. Lloyd E................. 76, 226 Noll. Lucille T............... 76. 147 Notson, Raymond P............. 33, 127 Novak. Evelyn .;................... 62 Neussen, Raymond .................. 62 0 Oblcy, Charles T............. ‘46, 115 Obley. William M.............. 33. 161 O'Deu, John David ...... 33. 142, 167 O’Donnell. James ....... 33. 127, 178 O’Haro. Recta ..................... 62 Olm, Leslie V..........:.......... 115 O’Maru, Patrick .................. ...... 33, 115. 155. 160. 161. 195 Orr. Wanda Lou ......... 76. 117, 170 Osborn, George C.............. 46, 115 Osborn, Wayne W.................... 33 Ouslcy, Robert C.................. 33. 154. 165. 167, 193. Overboil. Dorothy ................ .... 33. 86. 105. 157. 162, 175, 203 Owen, Raymond E........... 46, 135 Owens, June F................. 76, 175 Owens, Rebecca C.................. 180 Oyler. Melvin 1............... 46, 123 P Palacioz. Crcstino .............. 62. 180 Parker. Donald II................ 76, 142 Parsons. Joseph. Jr................ ....... 46, 140. 160. 167, 178, 195 Patten, Paul E........................ 176 Patterson, Henry J.................. 76 Patterson. Louis E............... 62. 123 Patterson. Peggy I ou ........... 76, 129 Payne. John 1......... 62, 115, 205, 213 Payne, Mary Anne ................ 62, 129 Pearse. Elmer N.................. 46, 115 Peck, O. Raymond ................ 47, 19-4 Pedaris, James .................. 76, 115 Pedaris, Peter .................. 63, 127 Pedigo, John W................... 63. 127 Pennington. Wilma .......... 63. 109. 190 Pennington. Zelnia Dee ............ .... 63. 129. 168. 175. 202. 236. 239 Pennyhaker, Dale A........ 6-4, 123. 227 Pentecost. Calvin M....... 47. ’62, 174 Perry, Edwin N .............. 7. 135, 179 Perry, Marjori .................. 76. 147 Peters, Frank C. ...................... 18 Petersen, Mary .................... ................ 4 9, I '0. 179, 203 Pete son, Alin •' L. ....... .......... 33 [ 245 ]Peterson, Charles A............ 76, 190 Peterson, Patricia ....... 63, 100, 203 Pflaum, Nedra ..................... ....... 63. 95. 129. 160, 236, 237 Pfughoft, Frederick I)......... 76, 127 Phillips. Bobby B.................... 76 Phillips, Valeria 63, 105. 168. 175 Pickering, Martha F............ 76. 147 Pierce, Evelyn ...... 76. 129, 175, 203 Pine. Leona M.................. 76, 147 Plummer, Robert M.................. ....... 63, 127, 165. 191. 192, 193 Plummer, Russell L............... 63 Pohl, Kenneth C................ 63, 135 Polansky, Laura .......... 63. 147, 177 Pomeroy, Mary ................. 76, 193 Pope. Marjorie ...... 47, 166, 177, 236 Poppino, James ................ 33, 123 Pottak, Daniel ................ 63, 123 Powell, Darrell F. .. 76. 143, 174. 192 Powell, Jack 1)................ 63. 127 Powers, Clayton ............... 63, 123 Pratt. William R............... 47. 115 Prisock, C. Margaret..... 63. 93, 101 Price, Robert E.................... .................. 190, 191, 192, 193 Protbc, Melvin W......... 76. 143, 179 Prothe, Wilbert C........ 63, 143, 166 Province, Norman I)............... 76 Puckett, Ruth ..................... .... 34. 105, 157, 162, 175, 176, 180 Pugh, Virgina ............ 76, 147, 192 Puhr, Barbara ................. 63, 105 Purkable, William J.............. 76 Pyle. Reginald F............... 63. 115 Q Quiring, Wayne ............... 63, 179 R Richmond, Stoughton .... 77, 135, 171 Richter, Robert .............. 47, 127 Riddle Barbara ........... 64, 156, 179 Ridenour, Nadine .............. 47, 101 Ridgeway. Martin 1........ 64, 174, 176 Ricglc, Roy W., Jr................. ............. 34, 99. 115, 161, 172 Riggs, Arthur Lcland..... 64, 127, 194 Riggs, Frank D...................... 34 Riley, Claude ............ 47, 1 40, 166 Riley, Milo D.................. 77, 143 Ringwald, Lillian .. 34, 147, 176, 180 Ripper, Howard S................... 178 Robbins, Roy K...................... 64 Roberson, John Lee ................ 180 Roberts, l.orena ......... 64, 105, 175 Roberts, William 1........ 77. 135, 180 Robinson, Helen .......... 47, 177, 192 Robinson, Max ...................... 77 Robinson, Randolph ............ 64, 166 Rogers. Betty Jean ....... 47, 147, 170 Rogers, Mary Jean ........ 34, 176. 179 Rogers, Mary Lou .................. 180 Rose, Marcellus ............... 47, 115 Rose, Ralph Earl. Jr................ 47 Ross, Virginia ........... 48, 144, 166 Rothfelder, Ernest W................ 35 Rowlands, Margaret ................ .... 35, 136, 154, 157, 163. 168, 193 Royer, Donald ............ 48. 135, 159 Royer, Harold V................ 48, 135 Ruby, Elizabeth Jeanne ............ .................. 48, 105. 168, 203 Rudd, Patricia ............... 147, 168 Ruple, Mary .................. 156, 203 Rush. Eugene .................. 77, 140 Russell, Virginia ................. ............. 77. 129, 177, 192, 193 Ruth, Roger A...................... ....... 77. 143, 179, 192, 195, 226 Ryan, John J........................ 77 Radubaugh, Marjorie 1............... 47 Radcliff. Roberta .. 63, 92, 109, 170 Radke, Norman 1................... ............ 64, 143, 165, 192, 193 Radke, Paul C.................. 76. 113 Ramy, Joanne ........ 64, 98. 109, 169 Randall. John M..................... 76 Rankin, Don E.................. 34. 177 Ransom, Glenn B................ 76, 192 Ratzlaff, Willis ........ 77, 166, 176 Ray, Bill ..................... 61. 123 Redekopp, Isaac W................... 18 Redfield. Harry A.............. 64, 182 Redmond, Lois ..................... 192 Reed. Darlene.. 64, 105, 166, 177, 203 Reed, Virginia ............... 77, 179 Reeser, Wilbur E.................. ............ 34, 127, 152, 205, 217 Reeves, Keith W................ 64, 179 Rcichardt, Dorothy.. 34, 147, 19-1, 168 Reincrt, Hazel Lea ............ 77, 147 Remy, Kenneth L..................... 19 Renfro. Glen E................ 77, 135 Rice, Calvin C...................... 77 Rice, Lloyd ....................... 179 Rice, Milton .......... 47, 135, 179 Rich, Billy Dean ................... 77 Rich, Leonard .................... ...... 3-r, 135, 153, 159, 162, 175 Rich. Wesley E.................... 175 Richards, Gerald E............. 77, 143 Richards, Imogcne ....... 34, 129, 168 Richards, John M.................... 77 Richards, Robeit V............. 47, 185 Richardson V:rgii E... 77, 135, 190 S Sadowski, Frank Don .......... 207, 228 Sadowski, Harold ............... 210 Sanders, Eileen W........ 48, 147, 166 Sanger. Charles E................... 224 Sander, Harold J............... 64, 115 Sander, Marjorie .................. ....... 48, 109, 162, 170, 175, 203 Sander. Max L............. 64, 143, 193 Schauer, Clarence I!..... 6-4, 135, 179 Scbroeder, Charles R.......... 6-1. 123 Schroll, Richard A.... 64, 140, 175 ....... 176, 178. 182, 18-4, 185, 193 Schult, Charles A.............. 64, 115 Schult, Kenneth E........ -18, 165, 193 Schwab. Carl E........................ 77 Schwab, Verona Lee ................ ............ 64, 109, 170, 175, 203 Schwendiman, Lawrence W.......... 77 Schwindt, Alice .................... 177 Scott. Billy N........................ 77 Scott. Edward E........... 19, 123, 161 Scott. Leo E... 35. 143, 159, 178, 179 Scott, Margaret ............... 77. 147 Scott, Marjorie ............... 35, 178 Scott. Vern D.................. 77, 143 Seibel, Richard R.................... 77 Seifert. Patricia ........ 77, 129, 203 Seifert, Phyllis Jean ............. .................. 48, 129, 168, 180 Selig, Lyman L....................... 64 Sergeant, Vernon K.................... 77 Scverns. Eunice L... 48, 98, 111, 170 Sewell, Charles E.................... 64 Sbanelee. Cecil K................. ............. 65. 115, 205, 211, 230 Sharp, Jack II...... 35, 127, 159. 166 Shaw. Elinor M..................... ............. 65. 84. 117, 171, 195 Shaw, Vernon Rex .............. 65, 123 Sheen. Jack ................... 35. 115 Shelton, Doris J............... 77, 147 Shields. Ivan J................ 19. 166 Shoemaker, C. Dwayne.......... 78, 143 Shoger. Raymond M................... 48 Shogren, Dennis E.............. 65, 217 Shogren, Lorene ............... 78. 136 Shomhcr, Arlene .......... 78, 147, 180 Short, William E................... ...... 35, 123. 153. 154, 205. 207 Shreffler, Gale W.............. 78, 143 Shriner. Bclva ................ 78, 147 Sigler. Harold J.......... 48, 135, 162 Sill. Albert A................. 78. 135 Simonoff, Steven P................. ...:.............. 78, 115, 166, 173 Simmons, Carol ................. 78, 147 Simmons, Robert R............... 78, 135 Skinner, Beulah ........ . 35, 161, 178 Sloan, Jacqueline (Maxwell).. 48, 101 Sloan, Robert R...................... 78 Smiley, Max ............... 65, 206, 218 Smiley, Tex ............... 78. 221, 224 Smith. Alvin N....................... 65 Smith, Barbara ............ 78, 147, 180 Smith. Bobby ........................ 65 Smith, Donald F................. 35, 166 Smith, Eloisc .................. 19, 193 Smith. Gerald Lee .............. 65, 179 Smith. Irene ............ -48. 147, 184, 185 Smith, James T....... 35. 1-43, 159, 166 Smith. Joan (Block) ................ .... 48. 86. 147, 153, 169, 184. 185 Smith. Leland .................. 65, 123 Smith. Lois .................... 78, 129 Smith, Max W ......................... 36 Smith, Norma .............. 78, 147, 192 Smith, Ruth Joan .. 65, 169, 190, 192 Smith, Walter 1................. 65, 135 Smith, Warren R..................... 216 Smith, Wilbur E...................... 78 Snyder, William H.................... 65 Socolofsky, Janice .. 78. 147, 190, 203 Soph. Armin .......... 65, 123, 206, 222 Sorenson. Betty .................... .... 36. 88. 101. 157, 163, 190. 193 Soule. Dorothy ....... 78. 129, 168, 203 Soule, Phyllis Ann ............. 65, 177 Spade, Erine ................... 48, 1-43 Spatz, Lloyd DeWayne ............... .... 36. 115, 151, 153, 154, 172, 174 Spencer, Alta Mac .............. 78, 147 Spencer, George W..................... 78 Spencer, Helen A...................... 65 Spillman. Richard L.................. 78 Squier, Frankie D... -48, 127, 206, 212 Staatz, Merlin D..................... 78 Stacy, Gale C................... 65, 123 Stadcl, Lawrence .............. 65, 215 Stallard, Wayne ................ 65. 135 Stanton, William B................... 49 Stead, Marjorie .......... 36, 105, 174 Steffe, Janet ............. 65, 85, 117 Steffcs, Gerald E..................... 65 Steiner, Beverly........... 78. 147, 190 Stern, Donald R................. 65, 143 Stevens, Mary Evelyn ................ 36 Stewart, Vclda ........... 36, 136, 176 Stinson, Dale B., Jr............... ............. 36. 115, 159, 161, 195 Stokes, Boh .......... 65, 123, 206, 216 Stolfus, James ................... 66,127 [ 246 ]Sloops, Gladys ................. 36, 147 Stoul, Robert .................. 66, 115 Straight, Shirley .............. 66. 117 Strauch, Saul ....................... 66 Stricklin. Gurland I). ... 36. 123, 161 Strobe), Dale E...................... 78 Slither, Harold I,................... 78 Slurdevant, Richard I,............... 66 Sullivan, James E.............. 36, 185 Sullivan), Paul J.................... 78 Sullivan), Raymond 1............ 37. 180 Summers. Ralph M................ 78. 229 Sutton, Jack E.................. 78. 174 Sutton, Muriel ...... 66, 109, 170, 202 Swain. Jack R........................ 66 Swank, Harry L. ............... 66. 123 Swc .cy, Belly ........... 66, 192, 193 T Tarr. Virginia ...... 79. 101. 177, 203 Taylor. Barbara .......... 79. 109. 190 Taylor. Deaun .................. 79. 129 Taylor, Francis H........ 37, 123, 152 Taylor. Lola Jean ................. .................. 49. 136. 179, 202 Taylor, Wayne R..................... 209 Tcichgracher, Jean ................ 37. 101. 152. 151. 157. 170. 177 Tewell. Kenneth A............... 66, 135 Thill. Harold ....................... 66 Thill. Marion .................. 66, 105 Tholcn, Frances .......... 79, 101, 173 Tholcn, Robert ...... 79. 135, 173. 232 Thomas. Howard 1................ 79. 135 Thomas. Jarrell 11... 66, 127. 166, 179 Thomas. Leo E.................. 37, 115 Thomas, Louise ................ 37, 101 Thomas, Marilyn J.......... 79, 145 Thomas. I'atriciu ................... 66 Thompson, Howard C................... 66 Thornton, Lawrence F..... 79. 115. 235 Thresher, Grace ................ 37, 129 Tiinhrook, Elfricda ...... 37, 136, 157 Todd. Phyllis ............ 66. 98, 137 Torkelson, Bernice .................. 37 Trail. James E.. Jr.......... 66. 182 Travis, David E................ 66. 135 Tresslcr. Ilcnc ............... 49. 156 Trice, Julia ........ 49. 105, 168. 174 Triemcr, Francis W........... 66, 127 Tricmer. Leona ...... 37. 147, 161, 177 Trimble, Richard C.......... 67. 115 Trusler, Ivan H., Jr............... ....... 67. 115. 165. 191. 192. 234 Turner, Annahcllc ........ 19. 87. 117 ....... 169. 179. 190. 192. 193. 203 Turner, Joe E...................... .... 49. 127, 152. 154, 165, 166. 235 Tush, Eugene E.................. 79, 192 U Uhland, Homer Norton.. 37, 115, 175 Uhland, Wendell ........... 67. 115. 175 F. U. G. Agrclius .............. 12 J. R. Aiken .................... 12 Dr. Claude E. Arnett ...... 11. 178 Miss Vida Askew ................ 12 C. P. Baber .................... 11 Herman B. Bachr ...... 12. 135, 174 Weldon lN. Baker ............... 12 L'nruh, Junivcc ..................... ..... 49, 144. 157. 161. 169, 178 tiller. Jack I)......................... 49. 127 tilling. Mary Jo ................. 38, 147. 152 154. 155, 157. 162. 169, 175 V Valliere. Donald D. ........... 49, 229 Valycr. Ruth ............. 49. 147. 184 Van Bnskirk. Joan .................. 79 Vandavcer. Helen.... 67. 105. 175. 203 Vance. Esther ....... 79. 129. 190. 192 Van Sickle, Belly Lee ......... 49, 101 Van Sickle. Loy T.............. 67, 127 Vantuyl. Robert V........ 67, 115, 179 Varner, Goldie M.................... 79 Varnum. Donald ........... 79, 143, 192 Viet . Lola ....................... ...... 49. 157. 161. 169, 178. 180 Vigneron, Marcel J............. 79, 190 Vincent. Ralph Eugene .............. 67 Voeste. Rosemary .................. .............. 38. 86. 109, 170, 173 W Waddell. Dwight E....... 67. 123, 225 Wagner, Albert J. .. 38. 165. 190, 193 Wagner. Patricia ................. 67 Walls, Helen ........... 67. 105. 202 Wahpiist. Patricia Ann ...... 79. 147 Wamser, Marjorie ................. 49 Webb. Roland Lee ............ 49, 190 Weinman, Eugene C................ ................. 67, 135. 173, 174 Weishaar. Milford ....,•.......... 79 Welch, Frances Ann ......... 67, 129 Welch. Ira E................ 38, 176 Welch, James J............. 49, 135 Weller. Leslie S............ 67, 127 Dells. Doris ............... 79, 101 Westbrooks. Billy C............... 67 Westbrooks. Claude ............... 67 Westbrooks, Earl M................ 67 Wharton, Tom L.................... 79 Wheal, Thomas I).................. 19 White, Betto Lea ................. 79 White. Loyd P..................... 49 White, Mary Lou ... 67, 137, 176. 202 While, William J.................. 67 Whited. Helen .......... 67. 147. 192 WhiteselL Omar ........!..... 79, 179 Whitlow, Eleanor ............. .......... 67. 144, 147. 177. 236 Whitlow. Margaret ............ ...... 38. 153. 154. 168. 184. 185 Whitney. Clarence ........... 49 Whitney, Roberta ............. 67 Whittle, Connie E.......... 79. 147 Wichcrt, Fred J...... 50. 143. 194 Wicherl, Mary Lou ......... 79. 203 Wiehc, Pearl .............. 79. 147 Faculty Index Elbert L. Barnhart ............... 11 Dr. E. R. Barrett ................ 12 Miss Jeanette Biggc .............. 12 Dr. C. Stewart Bocrtman ..... 12, 191 Miss Elizabeth Boldcnweck ........ 12 Dr. Orville J. Borchcrs ..... 11. 127 Dr. John Brcukclman ............... H Wicdcrstcin. Merle ............. 79. 143 Wiggins. Nina ............. 79, 117, 170 Wiley. Neill F.................. 38. 175 Wilhite. Charles C................... 68 Wilhite, Dorothy Marie .......... ............. 50. 109. 177. 179, 236 Wilhite, Mary Jo .......... 79, 129. 151 Wilke, Betty D............. 79, 147. 177 Williams, John ...................... 50 Williams, Kenneth A..... 68, 127, 215 Williamson. Frederick E.... 68. 135 Williamson, I-estcr A............... 80 Wilson, Frank Keith ............. ............. 68. 123. 165. 167, 174 Wilson. Gene E................. 68. 127 Wilson. Gloria Ann ........ 68, 129. 203 Wilson, Janet ................ 80, 101 Wilson, Owen B............. 38. 206. 222 Wilson, Wesley F.............. 38. 115 Wilson. Wilmctta .......... 50. 101, 179 Winchester. Earl H............. 180. 211 Winchester, Melvern........... 68. 180 Windsor, James ...................... 68 Wingate, Lela Lorcc..... 80. 147, 177 Winters, Lawrence J........... 68. 135 Winters. Melvin L............. 38, 135 Winzeler, Norma ................. ............. 68. 109. 170, 175. 203 Wolcott. Archie E.................... 38 Wolf. Kenneth Merle ................. 68 Wood, Dorothy Joan ..... 80, 109, 203 Wood, Janet ............. 38. 177. 237 Wood. William ....................... 68 Woodall. Jennie M.................... 50 Woodbury, Boh E......... 80. 127. 224 Woodbury, Phillip 1........... 68. 127 Woodward, Nancy ................. ............. 68. 92. 147. 190. 203 Worford, Wayne ...................... 68 Wortman, Edwin R................. ..... 50, 127, 165, 191. 192, 193 Wren. Marilyn .......... 80. 190, 192 Wright, Dale ......... 68. 123. 206. 209 Wright, David C............ 68. 123, 218 Wright. Donald R..................... 68 Wright. Mary Marcella.. 50. 117, 170 Wright. Richard W.................. 68 Wygle, Bill .......... 80. 206. 214. 230 Wygle, Peggy ........................ 80 Y Yeager, Patricia ....... 50, 129. 156 Yeager, Russell 1........... 80, 127 Ycarous, Glenn W........... 80. 143 Ycary, Oklahoma C................. 68 Yockey. Harold L........... 68, 206 Young, Florence ............. 50, 137 Young, Kathleen K................. 68 Z Zimmerman, Esther ............ .......... 50, 137, 170, 177, 202 Zimmerman, William II......... 153 Miss Gladys Briggs ............ 12 Merle Brooks .................... 12 Walter W. Butcher .......... 12, 123 G. A. Buzzard .............. 12, 115 E. J. Calkins ....... 12. 176. 178 Keith E. Caywood ........... 12, 20 Mrs. Margaret Coghlll ........... 12Denis Cowan .................... 12 Dr. S. Winston Cram ......... 11, 123 Miss Hortense Crawford ......... 12 R. G. Crcmcr ................... 10 Alex Daughtry .................. 10 Miss Ann Davies ................ 12 Don E. Davis ................... 12 Louis K. Davis ................. 12 Dr. V. A. Davis .................. 12 A. Raoul Delmarc ............ 13, 156 Mrs. Maxine Delmarc .............. 13 Miss Irene Dc.Mun ........... 13. 129 Miss Rida Duckwall .......... 13, 175 Roy Durham ............. 13, 135, 143 Miss Harriet Elcock .............. 13 Walter Elder ..................... 13 Norman Eppink ............... 11. 156 Everett Fish ...... 13. 207. 217, 233 Miss Irene Fox ................... 13 Mrs. Elizabeth Francoeur .... 13, 177 Miss Ida M. Franz. ............... 13 Miss Catherine Freeman ........... 13 Miss Susan Friend ................ 13 Mrs. Wunic Froning .......... 13, 179 Miss Helen R. Carman ........ 13. 105 C. F. Gladfclter ........... 13. 125 Miss Anne Goebel ............ 13, 173 Dr. W. II. Gray ............. 13. 143 Miss Rosa Ilagcrman .............. 13 Robert M. Hankins ................ 13 Miss Irene M. Hansen ............. 13 Leroy Harper ................ 13, 207 Charles O. Haskell ............... 13 Miss Pauline Henderson ........... 13 Charles M. Hendricks ............. 13 V. C. I licit ............... 14, 175 Dr. George E. Hill ..... 18. 143, 176 Miss Ada Hodgson ................ 14 Robert Dale Hogan ........... 14. 127 Herbert Hollinger ................ 10 Miss Beulah Houlton ......... 14. 109 Dr. Clifton Huff.................. 14 Miss Faye Huffman ............... 14 Miss Emma Humble ................ 14 Miss Ruth Hutcheson ......... 14, 93 Dr. John E. Jacobs .......... 11, 176 M iss Judith Jacobs .............. 14 Miss Vulcta Jeffrey ............. 14 Miss M. Irene Johnson ........... 14 Miss Adelaide Kauz.cr ........... 14 Miss Betty Kingman .............. 14 Paul Kutnink ........... 14, 123, 207 1-estcr Laird .................... 14 Miss Gertrude Lemon .............. 14 Leopold Liegl ............... 14, 115 C. D. I«ong ................. 14, 175 Myrl I). Long .................... 14 Ralph Lynn, Jr.................... 14 Dr. David L. MacFarlanc...... 9, 200 Miss Barbara Mandcll ........ 14, 237 Dr. Ray C. Maul .................. 10 Mi" Edna McCullough.... 11, 101, 177 Miss Alice McDonell .............. 14 E. C. McGill ........... 11, 135, 174 Dr. Minnie M. Miller.... 11. 117, 180 Miss Mildred Mitchell ............ 10 Dr. O. W. Mosher ............ 14, 178 Dr. Joseph W. Naggc .............. 14 Mrs. June Nolz ................... 14 Ward II. Overboil ................ 15 Theodore Owen ............... 15, 191 Mark Pedigo ..................... 15 Virgil Person ..................... 15 Dr. Oscar J. Peterson ....... 11, 179 Dr. George R. R. Pflaum...... 11, 194 Miss Olive G. Phelps .............. 15 A. W. Philips ............... 15, 179 Mrs. Elsie Pine ................... 15 Miss Laurie Rcmschcl .............. 15 Dr. Everett Rich ............ 11. 135 Richard L. Roalicn ................ 15 A. I). Schmutz .................... 15 Dr. II. E. Schrammcl .............. 11 Vernon Sheffield .................. 15 II. Dennis Shcrk ............ 15. 194 Miss Maud E. Shore ................ 15 Miss Catharine Strouse............. 15 Paul E. Strube .................... 15 Edwin L. Stuntz.ncr ............... 15 Victor T. Trusler ........... 10, 99 Charles B. Tucker ........... 15, 179 Duane Tucker ...................... 15 Clair K. Turner ................... 15 Miss Esther Vandervelde .......... I.1 Stillman P. Vincent .............. 1.' Mrs. Lillian Vogel ................ 15 Miss Pearl Vollrath ............... 1J Miss Della Warden ................. 15 Miss Pearl Wcidmen ................ 15 F. G. Welch ................ 11. 207 Miss Kathryn Whitten ........ II, 179 Joseph Withey ............... 15, 19-' Dr. Dale Zeller ................... I‘ Organizational Index Alpha Theta Rho ................ 156 Alpha Phi Omega ................ 167 Alpha Sigma Alpha...... 100 thru 103 Alpha Sigma Tan ....... 104 thru 107 Delta Sigma Epsilon.... 108 thru 111 Theta Sigma IJpsilon... 136 thru 139 Kappa Delta Pi ................. 157 Kappa Mu Epsilon ...... 158 and 159 Kappa Sigma Epsilon .... 112 thru 115 Lambda Delta Lambda ............ 166 Mu Epsilon Nil ........ 140 thru 143 Xi Phi ................ 152 and 153 Pan-Hellenic Council ............ 98 Pi Gamma Mu .................... 161 Pi Kappa Delta .'............... 160 Pi Kappa Sigma ........ 116 thru 119 Pi Omega Pi .................... 162 Sigma Alpha Iota ............... 163 Sigma Pi Sigma ........ 202 and 203 Sigma Sigma Sigma ..... 128 thru 131 Sigma Tail Gamma ...... 132 thru 135 Sphinx Literary Society ........ 170 Phi Delta Chi ......... 124 thru 127 Phi Mu Alpha .......... 161 and 165 Phi Sigma Epsilon ..... 120 thru 123 Winnetaska ............ 144 thru 147 Omega Literary Society ......... 169 Alice Freeman Palmer ........... 168 All-Confcre .ve Football Selections 207 All-Conference Basketball Selections ..................... 217 Basketball Section ..... 219 thru 223 "B" Team Basketball ............. 224 Bulletin ........................ 172 College Band .................... 192 College Orchestra ............... 193 Collegiule Club ................. 180 Commerce Club .......... 174 and 175 Debate Team ..................... 195 Eddie Wortman and Bund .......... 191 Elementary Club ................. 177 Emporia State Players ........... 194 Faculty ................. 12 thru 15 Football Section ....... 208 thru 216 Freshman ................ 69 thru 80 Future Teachers of America....... 176 Golf ...........i....... 234 and 235 Graduate Students ....... 18 and 19 Heads of the Departments.......... 11 Home Economics Club ............. 179 Index .................. 242 thru 248 Inter-Fraternity Council.......... 99 Juniors ................. 39 thru 50 “K" Club ............... 204 thru 206 Madrigalians .................... 191 Mathematics Club ................ 179 Men’s Intramurals ............... 210 Morse Hall 186 thru 189 Newman Club 173 Peggy Pcdagog 200 and 201 Physical Education Club 177 Rhythmic Circle Club 237 Science Club 166 Seniors . 20 thru 38 Social Science (dub 178 Sophomores . 51 thru 68 Spanish Club 180 Speech Department 1% and 197 Splash Club 237 Student Council 150 and 151 Student Faculty Adjustment Board 155 Sunflower 171 Sunflower Queen a3 190 Tennis 232 and 233 Track Section 225 thru 231 Weslev Foundation 181 and 185 Who’s Who 154 Women’s Intramurals 2.38 and 239 Women’s Recreational Association Board 236 Young Men’s Christian Association 182 and 183 Young Women’s Christian ssocialion 181 mmassBi


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