Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

 - Class of 1950

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W.,-one qyquannm--My I V, ,WML wwpdmwg 1 ly K ,.W,.,,. h,,, ,WW .. , FW Q .,i.::?.1f,..1,1 I A . -W.-,. 4 Mi. wma, , M, , q , , 1 1 , ,adam Q,-4. .M lf.. ,Q f'--A....v,.,. g E owa2fM-Q-Wff -V V' rfwEgpi4gQ.QdJSi5?'3'5'35vfCW'5'4 Wzfffgiggt V .V - TV :MV Q' ",j'fjvm' K , U v 'J . 5,51 tiff.-if, ., . sly" -f Q, V fe "L ff' va ,aw B- 1. .6 ,. sl, . ..g ,. ,-mx, M . wx., v -is iaakane 5 GOVERNOR FRANK CARLSON THE STATE THE HONORABLE Frank Carlson, Governor of Kansas, is now serving his second ferm in fhe ex- ecufive office af Topeka. In his posifion as gover- nor, he heads all fhe sfafe schools, and fakes an acfive inferesf in each of fhe educafional insfifu- fions. The faculfy and sfudenfs of KSTC are always proud fo welcome Governor Carlson fo fheir campus. All will long remember his recenf visif here when he officially sfarfed fhe building of fhe Wil- Iiam Allen Whife Memorial Library. Governor Carlson has faifhfully been on hand fo help us celebrafe Homecoming in frue decorum, and every spring fo honor fhe graduafing seniors. The school is indebfed fo him for his unfiring efforfs of guidance and leadership. To help fhe governor in his educafional faslc a Board of Regenfs was esfablished. The fen mem- bers of fhis board meef monfhly, adopf new measures and approve budgefs for all fhe sfafe colleges and universifies. The Board of Regents FRED M. HARRIS, Chairman . . Offawa DREW MCLAUGHLIN . . Paola OSCAR S. STAUFFER . . . Topeka LESTER MCCOY . . . Garden Cify WILLIS N. KELLY . . . . Hufchinson Mrs. ELIZABETH I-IAUGI-IEY . Concordia GROVER POOLE . . . . Manhaffan Dr. L. B. SPAKE . . . Kansas Cify JERRY E. DRISCOLL . . . . Russell HUBERT BRIGHTON, Secrefary . . Topeka -Q.-I. E 'icq , . gp'-ss.. THE PRESIDENT DAVID L. MacFARLANE, Presidenf of Kansas Sfafe Teachers College of Emporia, is serving his fiffh year as adminisfrafive head of our college. His acfive work has won our school local presfige and nafional fame. Affer fhe lull of fhe war years, fhe college has seen ifs enrollmenf increase rapidly. Many problems unknown before fhe war had fo be solved by fhe new presiclenf who fook office in I944. Any sfudenf af Emporia Sfafe knows fhaf "Scof- fy" MacFarlane is always ready fo help wifh any academic or personal problems. Under fhe careful supervision of fhe presidenf's office, Emporia Sfafe has provided many young men and women wifh adequafe guidance and facilifies. A forceful speaker, Dr. MacFarlane is much in demand in fhe Middle Wesf, where he has ad- dressed many educafional and civic groups. Civic- minded himself, he has served fhe cifizens of Emporia as well as ifs collegiafe youfh. ADMINISTRATION N ,,.I DEAN OF THE COLLEGE Dr. Ray C. Maul B.S.Ed., M.A., EcI.D. HEAD OF THE GRADUATE DIVISION Dr. John E. Jacobs B.S.Ed., M.S.Ed., Ph.D. THE REGISTRAR Nafhan P. Budd B.S.EcI.. M.A. I ff A ixyiqai, . .rdit If COMPTROLLER R. G. Cremer BS.Com., B.S.EcI. DEAN OF WOMEN Wig Dr. Ru1'l1 Schillinger B.S.Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D. STUDENT PERSONNEL Dr. George A. Comsfoclc A.B., M.A., Ed.D. Vlcfor T Trusler DEAN OF MEN A B-S-Ed-. M-S. A l .41 : . ,VM 5 T .Q -iff .. , ., I . - TP . . ,,. . - . .,n ,.b, .. . , ,.. I. 'Q-Q T ' PLACEMENT Alex Daughfry B.S.Ed., M.S. H. D. Hollinger B.S. PUBLICITY 1-1 DEPARTMENT HEADS Dr. Claude E. ArneH', B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Head of Deparfmenf of Social Science C. P. Baber, B.A., M.A. Head of Deparfmeni of Library Science E. L. Barnharf, B.S., M.S. Head of Deparfmenf of lndusfrial Aris P Dr. John Breukelman, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. Head of Depar+men'r of Biological Science Dr. S. Winsfon Cram, B.A., Ph.D. Head of Depar+men+ of Physical Science Norman R. Eppinlc, B.E.A., M.A. Head of Deparfmenf of Ari' Miss Edna McCullough, B.S.Ed., M.A. Head of Deparimeni of Women's Physical Educafion E. C. McGill, B.S.Ed., M.S. Head of Deparimeni of Commerce Dr. Minnie Miller, B.S.Ed., M.A., Ph.D. Head of Deparimenf of Foreign Language Dr. Oscar J. Peferson, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Head of Deparfmenf of Mafhemaiics Dr. George R.R. Pflaum, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Head of Deparimenf of Speech Dr. EvereH Rich, B.S.Ed., M.A., Ph.D. Head of Depar+men+ of English Dr. Roberl M. Taylor, A.B., A.M., M.M., Ph.D. Head of Deparimenf of Music F. G. Welch, B.S.EcI., M.S. Head of Deparfmenf of Men's Physical Educaiion Miss Kafhryn Whi'r'ren, B.S., M.S. Head of Deparfmenf of Home Economics FACULTY F.U.G. Agrelius J. Riley Aiken Rolland Alferman Dr. Ted F. Andrews Norman Ashbaugh Miss Vida Askew Eric Baber Herman Baehr Dr. Weldon Baker Loy Banks Miss .JeaneH'e Bigge Biological Science Foreign Language Educaiion and Psychology Biological Science lnclusirial Aris English Educaiion Commerce Chemisiry English Eolucaiion Dr. C. Sfewarl Boerlman Merle E. Brooks James H. Buchanan G. A. Buzzard E. J. Caulkins Keifh Caywood Miss Helen Coleman Social Science Biological Science AI Educarion Social Science 'Y Men's Physical Eclucafion Music use , . ,. ,., f i I f b' ,, Eclucahon , il lv, ' 2551 y ' 1 , ak 2I FACULTY Miss Margarei' Corrigan Denis Cowan Mrs. Inez Cox Miss Ann Davies V. A. Davis Miss Helen Douglass Miss Ricla Duckwall Roy Durham Miss Harrie+ Elcoclc Waller Elder EvereH' Fish Miss Irene Fox Miss lcla Franz Miss Jeanne Galley C. F. Glaclfel+er Miss Anne Goebel Dr. W. H. Gray Miss Jean Gunderson Home Economics Music Library Science Music English Educalion Commerce Social Science Order Librarian Commerce Men's Plwysical Educaiion Eolucajrion Educaiion Women's Physical Eolucarion Biological Science Eolucarion Psychology Music FAC Miss Irene Hanson C. O. Haskell Charles Hendricks Mrs. Irene Hendricks V. C. HieH Miss Ada Hodgson Dale Hogan Dr. Cliffon B. Huff Miss Faye Huffman Miss Emma Humble ULTY Library Science Educaiion Music , A ,V Music A Commerce it ii Reference Librarian lncluslrial Arls Direclor oi Exlension Laboraiory Sclwool Libraries if . I f me , L . Educalion Miss Judifh Jacobs Educalion Miss Valela Jeffrey Eclucaiion and Music If f 'X Miss lrene Johnson 51. , l Music Q iii wa Miss Adelaide Kauzer y L . ' A Commerce - Q Miss Mary Kreisinger 2 A ff Z Paul Kufnink Miss Gerfrude Lemon Leopold Liegl Men's Physical Eclucalion Exiension Librarian Music 'il Wm, . Q qm- ii . - V A 'C' A '.', 5 1 ' .... f ,L is 'r'if"iEii'i1ifli'is'i' l V K 23 's X r ig ""'f"' six ...wa FACULTY C. D. Long Charles Masl'en Miss Ida McCain Miss Alice McDonnell Alvin E. Morris Dr. Orville Mosher Ward Overholl' Theodore Owen Mark Pedigo Virgil Person Miss Olive Phelps Raymond Russell A. D. Schmufz Dr. H. E. Schrammel Dr. William H. Seiler Vernon Sheffield H. Dennis Sherlc Miss Maud Shore Commerce Speech Foreign Language Speech Educaiion Social Science Physical Science English Men's Physical Educaiion Music Educaiion Commerce Music Psychology Social Science Music Speech Circulaiion Librarian TOD ROW Middle Row Boffom Row KEITH E. AKINS NED ANDERSON DONALD E. BACHTEL Emporia Roxbury Leavenworlh Pi Kappa Della, Kappa Della Pi, Alpha Phi Omega, Radio Club, Speakers Bu- reau, Social Science Club, Who's Who REETA O'HARA AKINS Emporia Pi Gamma Mu, Social Science Club JOHN DAVID AMEND McPherson Newman Club, French Club JOHN FRANKLIN AMES Emporia LEONARD ANDERSON Americus Commerce Club Mu Epsilon Nu, Emporia Slale Players ROBERT D. ANDERSON Emporia Band, Chorus, Phi Mu Alpha Sigma Tau Gafnfinla MELVILLE W. ARCHER Emporia Phi Della Chi, Alpha Phi Omega, Com- merce Club, Pi Omega Pi, Senior Class vice-presidenl M ERRI LL ATHON Topeka Science Club, Wesley Foundaiion, Beia Bela Bela HAROLD AUSTENFELD Emporia Phi Della Chi F.T.A., Y.M,C.A., lnler-Varsify Chrislian Fellowship JOAN BAILEY Emporia Delia Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physical Eclucafion Club, W.R.A., Science Club ELSIE MARIE BAKER Emporia Pi Gamma Mu WILLIAM T. BAKER Blue Rapids Alpha Kappa Lambda, Kappa Delia Pi, Pi Omega Pi, Wesley Foundalion LOREN L. BALLENTINE Emporia Pi Omega Pi 29 Q Top Row ROY E. BARKER Edwardsville Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Spanish Club sec- rela ry-lreasurer WILLIARD D. BARNABY Emporia WILLIAM H. BARNES Alchison ELMER R. BARTLETT Emporia Pi Gamma Mu DANA LELL BASEL Emporia F.T.A. Middle Row DELORES A. BATES Emporia Treble Clef DURYEE W. BAXTER Dewburgh, N. Y. Sigma Tau Gamma ROBERT D. BEAL El Dorado JACK VERNON BEASTON Marion Phi Sigma Epsilon ROBERT B. BEATTI E Emporia Bofiom Row VERNON E. BEATTIE Emporia Phi Mu Alpha, Pi Omega Pi, Phi Della Chi, Commerce Club JAMES E. BELL Madison Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Men's Glee Club, Chorus ARVIN A. BENDER Russell Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club MARGERY L. BERENDS Clemenfs Elemenfary Club, FTA., Y.W.C.A., Kap- pa Della Pi, Social Science Club, French Club, Winnefaslca ROBERT L. BERGMAN Burlingfon "K" Club ,-12" 'haf' W! 30 RUBY M. BIEWENER ------ Newfon Pi Kappa Sigma, Xi Phi, Physical Educafion Club, Home Economics Club, W.R.A. KENNETH M. BLEVINS ----- Wichila Commerce Club , JOEL A. BLOUNT - - Emporia Phi Della Chi JOSEPHINE A. BLOXOM ---- Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon, Xi Phi, Sigma Alpha lola, Wesley Foundalion, Y.W.C.A., Who's Who DONALD N. BLYTHE ------ Lincoln Phi Sigma Epsilon, Epsilon Pi Tau, Kappa Della Pi, "K" Club PHYLLIS TODD BLYTHE - - - Williamsburg Kappa Delia Pi PAUL L. BOESE ------- Newion Phi Della Chi, Pi Gamma Mu, Social Science Club EDWARD E. BOULANGER - - - Elgin Commerce Club CONRAD BOWEN - - l-larflord Phi Sigma Epsilon J. WARREN BRINKMAN ---- Emporia Senior Class presidenl, Alpha Thela Rho presi- denl, Sigma Tau Gamma secrelary LETHA L. BROWN - - - - - Anihony Pi Kappa Sigma MARVIN E. BROWN - - - - Troy Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club REX D. BROWN - - - - Colleyville DELORES BRYANT ------ Ellinwood Physical Eclucaiion Club, Morse Hall DOROTHY A. BUCKLEY ----- Clyde Winnelaslca, Kappa Della Pi, Sigma Alpha lola, Omega, Treble Clef, Symphonic Chorus HAROLD BUCKNER ----- Hulchinson THOMAS C. BUMGARDNER - - - Emporia UEL D. BURDEN ------- Alchison Sigma Tau Gamma, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Del- la Pi, Xi Phi, Symphonic Chorus, Band, Who's Who 'Q' X 3l i LOIS ANDERSON BURKETT Alpha Sigma Tau RALPH H. BURKETT - - Sigma Tau Gamma EZRA G. BURT - Phi Della Chi ALVIN C. BURTON - - HAROLD L. BUTTERFIELD - Phi Sigma Epsilon, Epsilon P CHARLES R. CAMPBELL - Phi Della Chi CARL C. CALVERT - - - Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club JACK CARTER ---- DONALD J. CARUTHERS - i Tau, "K" Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Club Emporia Emporia Turner Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Lambda Della Lambda, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Science Club presidenf ALEX CASE --------- Marion Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club ROSSE B. CASE - - - - - Marion Phi Sigma Epsilon CHARLES CASEMENT - - Sedan JOAN HALL CHANCE - - -- - Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Edilor of Sunflower, Science Club, Splash Club, Bela Bela Bela KENNETH CLAYTON -----4 Dunlap Sigma Tau Gamma, Lambda Della Lambda, Science Club, Recrealion Hour, Bela Bela Bela WILLIAM LEE COCHENNETT - - - Turner Phi Della Chi JAMES H. COCHRAN - - - Homewood BILLY P. COMPTON - - - - Emporia CHARLES W. CONKLIN - - - Colleyville Commerce Club Top Row WA LTER COOPER Mayeiia Ka a Si ma E silon, Newman Club, So- pp 9 P cial Science Club WILLIAM D. COREY Emporia ROBERT O. CORKHILL Kansas Cily, Mo. EUGENE D. CRAWFORD Dodge Cily Lambda Delia Lambda, Kappa M silon KEITH CRAWFORD Emporia u Ep- Middle Row ORVEL A. CRIQUI Lyndon Phi Sigma Epsilon, Epsilon Pi Tau, Kappa Delia Pi, Who's Who WALTER T. CROUCH Eureka Alpha Phi Omega, Xi Phi, Phi Epsilon Sigma BERNIE EUGENE CUSIC Emporia Siudenf Council, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club MARGARET PRISOCK DAHL Emporia Radio Club VIRGINIA G. DAVIS Emporia Inier-Varsiiy Chrisiian Fellowship 'WWI' 33 Boflorn Row VERNON E. DAY Emporia Phi Della Chi KENNETH DEAN Madison Sigma Tau Gamma PAUL DeGRAFFENREID Quincy Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce ADELYN DESCHN ER Newion Club Pi Kappa Sigma, Home Economics Club, Omega, F.T.A., Siudeni Council VELMA L. DOILE Emporia Commerce Club, Pi Omega Pi, Sigma Sigma Sigma Top Row DON E. DOMANN Winchesler Epsilon Pi Tau FRANCES PATRICIA DORRIS Kenbro Physical Educalion Club, W.R.A., New- man Club, Thela Sigma Upsilon WILBUR DORSEY Wichila Pi Omega Pi, F.T.A., Commerce Club DAVID DUBIN New Yorlc Cily, N. Y. Mu Epsilon Nu, Y,M.C,A., lnlerfailh Council, Wesley Foundafion, Social Science Club EDMUND H. DUNN So. Ozone Parlc, N. Y. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Thela Rho Middle Row JAY V. DUNN Briarcliffe Manor, N. Y. Inler-Varsily Chrisfian Fellowship, Science Club CLIFFORD A. ELLIS Emporia Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club ROBERT JAMES EMBRY Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Bullelin, Com merce Club LOREN ENGLE Madison Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club ALFRED T. ERICSON Virgil Lambda Della Lambda, Kappa Mu Ep- silon, Science Club Bollom Row KENNETH W. ERRETT Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma WILLIAM E. ESSLI NGER Madison OTTO L. EUBANK Emporia F.T.A. JOHN WILLIAM EUDALEY Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu GERALD F. EVANS Binghamlon, N. Y. 49 , ill jf A 5 ,, Q9 1 'I' A ,..,, if ,...,... li W '5' , 'V vlv V, V I -bzl 1... ' ..,., ff 34 JACQUELINE JEAN FAIR ---- Topeka Sigma Alpha lofa, Kappa Delia Pi, Symphonic Chorus, Orchesfra EVELYN M. FARRIS - - - Orrawa Sphinx, Morse I-lall JOHN H. FISHER - - - Junciion Cil'y ALBERT L. FLANDERS ----- Slaiford Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mafhemalics Club, Science Club B. JEANNE FOSTER ------ Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Emporia Slale Players J. D. FOSTER ------- Colileyville MARY JANE FOWLER ----- Emporia Winnelaslca, Kappa Della Pi, Kappa Mu Ep- silon, Pi Gamma Mu, Malhemafics Club, Social Science Club SUE EOY -------- Soulh I'-layen Thela Sigma Upsilon, Elemenlary Club DANIEL R. FREDERIKSEN ---- Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club LEE HOWARD GAINES ----- Kinsley ROSESTER FAUN GARVER - - Yafes Cenler Commerce Club, Winnelaslca LOIS GARVIE ------- Millonvale Alpha Sigma Alpha, Splash Club, Physical Edu- calion Club, Pan Hellenic Council LEROY F. GASTL ------ Shawnee Kappa Della Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, Social Science, F.T.A. CHARLES L. GAULDING - - Leavenworlh Pi Gamma Mu, Social Science Club, Mu Ep- silon Nu, Bela Bela Bela JACOUELYNE NICHOLS GEORGE - Colony Sphinx ROBERT W. GEORGE ----- Ollawa Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club M. KATHLEEN GLEICHMAN - - - l-larper Pi Omega Pi, Winnelaslca, Omega, Commerce Club DOLORES J. GOAD ------ Madison Della Sigma Epsilon, Pan Hellenic Council .59 . 'Pu . "If K? .5 ggi sf , . , el 5. , T QS . A 4 H' as HY x f ,E -Q 1 VA . ' - iazexrsxf' "ua: 2 s 'M , 9-1: Q , R hs. I ' ' 53.25 Ia as -'I' 1 3 fe. ,, fi I.. -Q 35 ir. 'E' u L. J JOHN W. GODFREY - - Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu VERN V. GOERING ----- Caslleion Mu Epsilon Nu Y.VP.CiA.- ' ' ' ' ' ' MARYE JEANNE GOODSPEED ----- Kansas Cily, Mo. JOHN R. GORMAN ----- Emporia Xi Phi, Newman Club, Phi Della Chi, Science Club, infer-Fra+erni+y Council, Bela Bela Bela, Who's Who ALAN B. GOULD ------- Reece Phi Sigma Epsilon, Radio Club, Emporia Sfaie Players KEITH C. GRANT - v Topelca Emporia Slale Players ROY L. GREENLEE ---- - Emporia Commerce Club, Phi Delia Chi ALVIN O. GREESON -'---- Topeka LAFAYETTE C. GREISCHAR - - Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club, Newman Club EARL GUNKLE - - Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma C. B. GUTH '---- Commerce Club, Newman Clu iQ - - Alma JEAN GUY -------' Marysville Pi Kappa Sigma, Physical Educaiion Club. Rhylhmic Circle JOHN R. HARRINGTON - ANN H. HARRISON - - Alpha Sigma Alpha, W.R.A. RONALD J. HARRISON - - Ollawa - - Wichifa Phi Sigma Epsilon, Xi Phi, Council WAYNE J. HARRISON - - - - Wichiia infer-Pralernily - - Wichiia Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Pi Omega Pi MARTHA J. HASSLER ---- Chapman Sigma Sigma Sigma, Elemenfary Club, Xi Phi, Omega, Kappa Delia Pi ROBERT E. HAWKINS ---- I-lamillon Mu Epsilon Nu, Emporia Siaie Players Top Row MARY C. HEFNER Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, Ome- ga, Commerce Club, Business Manager of Sunflower DOROTHY ANN HEIDEBRECHT Burrlon Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Alpha lola, Band, Orcheslra EVERETT F. HENRY Colony Kappa Mu Epsilon HELEN M. HETT Marion Alpha Sigma Tau, Home Economics Club DOLLY MAY HIGHWOOD Emporia Winrielaslca Middle Row CHARLES R. HILL Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Phi Mu Alpha, poria Srale Players ROBERT W. HINSHAW Alma Commerce Club JAMES H. HOBSON Baldwin Phi Sigma Epsilon lRENE HOGAN Mi. Holly, N. J. Thela Sigma Upsilon DONALD HOLDREDGE Emporia Phi Della Chi Em- Boffom Row RODNEY HOLDREDGE Emporia GEORGE R. HOLMES Rosalia GEORGE FREDERICK HORST Burns Phi Sigma Epsilon CHRISTENA HOSKIN Olafhe Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigm Science Club, Newman Club ROBERT D. HUBBARD Genesee Mu Epsilon Nu, Bela Bela Bela ll wr' 1" i'if'f,' T'T , l iiil Y .I f "Hhs- 'S' 'AN --auf' .. .puf- 5 , l 6' Q J M' I , I 37 Top Row MARIE H UGH ES Eurelca CHRISTINE DAVIS HUNTER V Emporia I C. DESSIE HUNTER While Cily Elemenfary Club, F.T.A., Winnefaslca, W,R.A. GEORGIA GAIL IRWIN Lenexa Physical Educafion Club vice-presidenf, Rhyfhmic Circle, W,R.A., Winnefaslma JACK IRWIN Neosho Rapids Middle Row HAZEL M. JACOBY Emporia Y.W.C.A., Emporia Slale Players, Wom- en's Glee Club JAMES H. JOHNSON Assaria Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club WESLEY E. JOHNSON Willis Phi Sigma Epsilon CHARLES F. JONES Emporia Alpha Phi Omega, Mu Epsilon Nu, So- cial Science Club, Commerce Club. F.T.A. FRANCIS E. JON ES Defroil' Boffom Row LELAND D. JONES Moum' Hope Phi Sigma Epsilon, Epsilon Pi Tau, Club WILLIARD G. JONES Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma WILLIAM L. JONES Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, "K" Club ROBERT JORDON Lincoln Phi Sigma Epsilon vice-presidenl, denl' Council DEAN JUSTICE Chanufe Phi Delfa Chi "K U 38 EVERETT D. KADEL - Phi Sigma Epsilon ROBERT S. KEIL - - - - Lincoln - Garnell RICHARD H. KESSLER - - Phi Sigma Epsilon, Newman Club, "K" Club BARBARA J. KIEFER - - - - Lincoln - Emporia Pi Kappa Sigma, Newman Club, Kappa Della Pi, Pi Gamma lvlu, Pi Kappa Della, Omega, lnlerfailh Council, Social Science Club, Sigma Pi Sigma, Who's Who DORIS JEAN KIND ----- l'leringlon Pi Kappa Sigma, F.T.A., Home Economics Club DAVID M. KING ------- Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club EMERSON C. KING - Commerce Club HELEN M. KLOSTERMAN - - - Wesley Foundalion, Sphinx-Palmer, Club CARL KNOUSE - - - Hulchinson - - Vilas Commerce - Emporia Phi Della Chi, Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club ANTHONY A. KORTE - Sigma Tau Gamma, Newman Club, GEORGE M. KRUEGER - Phi Della Chi WAYNE T. KUEPKER - Sigma Tau Gamma, Pi O Club RICHARD KUHNS - - Phi Della Chi, "K" Club WILLIAM T. LANTZ - Commerce Club JACK LARKIN - - - Phi Della Chl, "K" Club BOB DUANE LARSON - Phi Sigma Epsilon FORREST F. LATAS - - Phi Sigma Epsilon LOUIS G. LAURENZANA mega - Emporia Radio Club - Emporia - - - Thrall Commerce I-lulchinson McPherson - Emporia Concordia - Wichila - Mission Sigma Tau Gamma, Phi Mu Alpha, Lambda Della Lambda, Newman Club, Bela Bela Bela 'Q .- 'Nw S '. -os., 'W a 'Slum Qt 2 file 55-iv' f g. A - Hb-if 39 Q Q :af LV , 1 Q I 1,.A: , -4 I Yah- , Ani ' ' si, " ' W' If FV X if ,V AE? i f I 40 BONNIE LEHR - - - - I-Iuicliinson Sphi nx, Y.W.C.A. KENNETH L. LENKE - - - Marfield Green Alpha Phi Omega, Epsilon Pi Tau MEREDITH CHARLES LITCHFIELD - Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club THEODORE H. LONEY - Mu Epsilon Nu KATHRYN LEE LONG - - Sigma Sigma Sigma CARL L. LOVE ---- Alpha Theia Rho, E.T.A. CHARLES A. McANARNEY Phi Sigma Epsilon DONALD L. McBRIDE - - - - Marion Ka nsas Ciiy - Eureka - Reading - Hiawalha Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club, Y.M.C.A. FRANCES JEAN MCCABE - - - Peabody Theia Sigma Upsilon, Elemeniary Club, E.T.A. FRED MCCABE --'----- Topelca Science Club, Spanish Club, Newman Club, Be'Ia Bela Bela JOHN H. MCCORMICK ---- Burlingion Siudenl Council, Xi Phi, Kappa Delia Pi, Phi Mu Alpha, Mu Epsilon Nu, Band, Orchesira, Ensemble Singers, Who's Who KENNETH MCILVAIN - - Kappa Sigma Epsilon CARROLL B. McMILLEN - RICHARD D. McOUIN - - Kappa Sigma Epsilon - Madison Kansas Ciiy - Emporia LYLE L. McVAY ------- Canfon Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Phi phonic Chorus, Orchesfra CHARLES F. MALONE - Y.M.C.A. EUGENE L. MARIANI - - Bela Beia Beia FRANCIS E. MARKHAM - Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club Mu Alpha, Sym- Kansas Ciiy - - Eurelca McPherson Top Row ZELMA PENNINGTON MARKOWITZ Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, New- man Club BARBARA JEAN MARMONT Burrlon Sigma Sigma Sigma, Symphonic Chorus Band PAUL MARSH Russell Sigma Tau Gamma JOHN M. MATH EWS Emporia Alpha Theia Rho, Y.M.C.A. DAVID J. MERCER Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club, Mafhemaiics Club Middle Row JEAN E. MIDDLETON Oxlorcl DONALD JAY MINEAR Canion Kappa Sigma Epsilon WILBUR E. MITCHELL Eureka ROBERT R. M ITCH ELL Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu, Spanish Club, Y.M.C.A.. Wesley Found alion ROBERT LEE MOFFATT Kansas Ciiy Boffom Row JAMES E. MOORE Emporia ROBERT MORGAN Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon NORMAN HUGH MORRAY Emporia HUGH E. MORRISON Kansas Cily ROBERT K. MUSCH Harllord Phi Sigma Epsilon 123, ' ' ' 4l Top Row EARL F. NELSON Burlinglon Phi Sigma Epsilon ORVAL D. NELSON Emporia Y.M.C.A. ROLAND D. NELSON Heringlon Sigma Tau Gamma, lvlalhemalics Club RAYMOND NUESSEN Olpe ALVIN R. OTTE Heringlon Sigma Tau Gamma, F.T.A., Symphonic Chorus Middle Row RAYMOND OWEN Madison Sigma l'au Gamma JUNE FRANCES OWENS Cenlralia Winnelaslca, Commerce Club CRESTINO PALACIOZ Florence Spanish Club, Newman Club JOAN HOCH PATTERSON Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sludenl C Kappa Della Pi, Sunflower LOUIS E. PATTERSON Newlon Phi Sigma Epsilon, Epsilon Pi Tau ouncil, Bollom Row JOHN L. PAYNE Emporia 'KH Club JOHN W. PEDIGO Emporia Phi Della Chi PETER N. PERDARIS Emporia Phi Della Chi, Alpha Thela Rho NEDRA PFLAUM Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Kappa Della, Splash Club, Pan Hellenic Council ROBERT MARION PLUMMER Emporia Phi Della Chi H 42 RUSSELL LEE PLUMMER - - - De Solo KENNETH POHL ---- - Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma LAURA DAUM POLANSKY - - - Emporia Winnelaslca, F.T.A., Elemenlary Club, Y.W,C.A. DOYLE POWELL - - Maffield Green JACK D. POWELL - - - - Emporia Phi Della Chi CLAYTON E. POWERS - - Lincoln Phi Sigma Epsilon GORDON FREDERICK PRIEB - - Hulchinson Commerce Club ROBERT GLEN PRESTON - - - Dodge Cify Kappa Della Pi, Bela Bela Bela WILBERT C. PROTHE ------ Paola Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delia Lambda REGINALD FREDERICK PYLE - - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Pi Gamma Mu, Newman Club WAYNE R. OUIRING ----- Ne-wion Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delia Lambda NORMAN L. RADKE ---- I-loisinglon Band, Orchesira, Phi M u Alpha LOIS JOANNE RAMY ----- Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Delia Pi, Com- merce Club, Pi Omega Pi, Omega, Who's Who WILLIS RATZLAFF - - - Coflonwood Falls Science Club, Bela Bela Bela ADELIA EVANS RAY Pi Kappa Sigma GLORIA REDFIELD - Sigma Sigma Sigma, A Treble Clef HARRY A. REDFIELD LOIS L. REDMOND - Befa Bela Bela lpha Thefa Rho, Emporia Emporia Omega, Emporia Emporia -ZX ,. ,S .. A ea ' .il .W A , -. ,' I f f 'fi I ,, ::.- I E55 I we My 24: ,, ' I ZF A LL. I ' 'i' E.. I v::' ' ' . .,'. ' A A T? l 5 1 M5 ' ' ilm eeewm. feel ss! . L . A 44 OTHELLA DUKE REYNOLDS - WESLEY E. RICH ---- Commerce Club BARBARA ELLEN RIDDL E.- - - Topelra - Wichila - Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Thela Rho, Home Economics Club MARTIN L. RIDGEWAY VERA MARIE RILEY - - - Emporia - - Virgil Winnelaslca, Home Economics Club, Sphinx, Wesley Foundalion ROY K. ROBBINS ------- Emporia Radio Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club DOLORES LEE ROCK ------ Hope Della Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Della Pi, Sphinx, Elemenlary Club RANDOLPH ROBINSON ---- Peabody Lambda Della Lambda, Kappa Mu Epsilon THOMAS HERMAN ROWAN - - Emporia Alpha Thela Rho, French HAROLD V. ROYER - Sigma Tau Gamma MARY RUPLE - - - Pi Kappa Sigma, Spanis Rho ETHEL JEANNE SACKS Kappa Della Pi KENNETH J. SCHARTZ RICHARD A. SCHROLL Club h Club. - Newlon - - Dexfer Alpha Thela Kansas Cify Greal Bend - Syracuse E.T.A., Y.M.C.A,, Social Science Club, Kappa Della Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, Wesley Founclalion VERMONA LEE SCHWAB ---- Gridley Sigma Pi Sigma, Della Sigma Epsilon, Com- merce Club, Home Economics Club WILLIAM G. SEBERT - - Kansas Cily, Mo. LYMAN LEROY SELIG ---- Osage Cily CHARLES E. SEWELL - - - Glendale, Calif. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Pi Gamma Mu, "K" Club Top Row GAIL K. SHANELEC Ellsworlh Kappa Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club, Pi Gamma Mu CARL E. SHERWOOD Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilon DENNIS E. SHOGREN Assaria Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club, Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club GLENN CALVIN SI NGLETON Sylvia Kappa Della Pi, Pi Gamma Mu MAX SMILEY Emporia Middle Row ALVIN SMITH Miller Epsilon Pi Tau JOAN SMITH Topelca Y.W.C.A., Sigma Alpha Iola, Kappa Della Pi, Omega, Symphonic Chorus, Who's Who LaMOYNE MILTON SMITH Admire Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Omega Pi. Com- merce Club WALTER SMITH Larned Sigma Tau Gamma WILBUR E. SMITH Reece Bollom Row JOHN E. SNYDER Emporia EARL D. SPATZ Emporia I. JAY SOUTH Emporia Radio Club, Emporia Slale Players GEORGE W. SPENCER I-larveyville Bela Bela Bela, Social Science P.T.A., Science Club HELEN A. SPENCER Emporia Spanish Club Club 4-5 Top Row MERLIN D. STAATZ Junclion Cily Alpha Kappa Lambda, F.T.A., Bef Bela GALE C. STACY Alchison DONALD P. STATEN Dodge Cify Alpha Thefa Rho, French Club DONALD RAY STERN Weslphalia "K" Club NORMA JEAN STEWART Emporia F.T.A., Commerce Club a Bela Middle Row ROBERT D. STOKES Courlland Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club JAMES C. STOLFUS Emporia Phi Della Chi. Malhemalics Club, F.T.A. SAUL STRAUCH New York Cily, N. Y. Phi Della Chi, lvlalhemalics Club, Mu Epsilon DALE G. STROBEL l-liawalha RICHARD L. STURDEVANT Newlon Alpha Phi Omega Kappa Bolfom Row CARL E. SUBERA Caldwell Phi Sigma Epsilon MURIEL SUTTON Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon HARRY L. SWANK Anchorage, Alaska Phi Sigma Epsilon CHARLES A. TEEGARDEN Kansas Cily Social Science Club, Science Club JANET TEICHGRAEBER Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma Phi, Physical Educafion Club 46 KENNETH A. TEWELL - - Fairview Sigma Tau Gamma ROBERT THOLEN 4 - Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma JARRETT H. THOMAS ----- Emporia Phi Della Chi, Lambda Della Lambda, Kappa lvlu Epsilon, Science Club HOWARD Cl.AlR THOMPSON - - Emporia JEANNE E. THORPE ------ Lalein Della Sigma Epsilon, Symphonic Chorus, Sphinx, Radio Club, Band JAMES E. TRAIL - - - Emporia Y.M.C.A. WELDA JEANNE TRAXSON - Mound Valley Wesley Foundalion, Symphonic Chorus, Or- cheslra RICHARD C. TRIMBLE - Kappa Sigma Epsilon WENDELL UHLAND - Kappa Sigma Epsilon JACK D. UTTER - Phi Della Chi RALPH E. VINCENT - Phi Della Chi HECTOR VAZQUEZ - A Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Spani DWIGHT E. WADDELL - - l-lalo sh Club - Emporia - Larned 1 Emporio - Lakin Rey, P. R. - lvlarion Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club, Science Club, Bela Bela Bela HATTIE L. WADDELL - Alpha Thela Rho HELEN M. WALLS - - Alpha Sigma Tau, Sphinx NEIL S. WARREN v - - - Emporia - lrving McPherson Spanish Club, French Club, Kappa Della Pi, F.T.!-X., lnler-Varsily Chrislian Fellowship EUGENE C. WEINMAN ----- Olpe Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club, Newman Club, Pi Omega Pi, Social Science Club FRANCES ANN WELCH ---- Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Cub, Pi Omega Pi W' ii Th , I Q f' 5 A 'l I. 49 ,l Q T, AQ i'i -A T1 47 i -ix. ZZ'- X LESLIE S. WELLER - - Emporia Phi Della Chi DOROTHY J. WELLS ------ Topeka I-Iome Economics Club, Y.W.C.A. WILLIAM J. WHITE ------ Sigma Tau Gamma OMAR R. WHITESELL ----- Commerce Club, Pi Omega ELEANOR J. WHITLOW - Alpha Sigma Tau, W.R.A., Emporia Emporia Robinson Sigma Pi Sigma, Pan Hellenic Council, Physical Educafion Club ANN WHITTINGTON ----- Topeka Delia Kappa Gamma, Elemenlary Club NINA WIGGINS - - Pi Kappa Sigma, Sphinx KENNETH A. WILLIAMS Phi Delia Chi DAVID E. WILSON V Commerce Club RODNEY E. WILSON - - - Arkansas Ciiy Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club I-lamillon Slerling - Hulchinson LAWRENCE J. WINTERS - - - I-leringfon Sigma Tau Gamma, Social Science Club NORMA JEAN WINZELER - - - Gridley Della Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Home Economics Club, Sigma Pi Sigma DAVID WOOD - Who's Who WAYNE L. WORFORD - Sigma Tau Gamma DALE E. WRIGHT ---- - Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club DAVID C. WRIGHT - - Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club HAROLD YOCKEY - - - - "K" Club KATHLEEN YOUNG - - Winnelaska Emporia Hamilfon Emporia Newlon Waverly Howard w' N -.. 4. ' at .. ESTHER ZIMMERMAN - Jmcfiorw Cify GILBERT ZWICKL - - Empmia The-+a Sigma Upsikf, Spfix, Sigma PE Sqma Befa Befa Befa SUSAN L. ZIMMERMAN ---, Simpson LOREN F. ZWINGELBERG - h lmdeoendenfe FTA. Eemewfary CN b, Kaooa Dei+a PA Befa Befa Befa 49 ID CLARKM . . . . Born in Emporia December 8, I925, lived in Emporia all his life, and was gracluafed from Emporia High School in I943. Affer graduafion David served in 'I'he Uni+ed Siaies Navy for iwo years. ln I946 he enrolled as a freshman al' K.S.T.C., Emporia. ln college David was working foward a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce, and minoring in Social Science. His class, fhe class of I95O, is now preparing for gradua'I'ion. On March 25, I948, David was married 'l'o Miss Joyce Marclis of Anihony Kansas. On Augusi' II, I949, shorfly afier his deafh, a son was born, David Clark Morris ll. David was fafally iniured on July I2, I949, when he was 'lhrown from a horse which he was frying io break. On July I3, he died in Newman Memorial Hospiial from l'he iniuries he received. David is survived by his wife and song a sis+er, Mrs. Newfon F. Wilson: and his paren'I's, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morris. 50 R VIRGINIA TARR, VIRGINIA RUSSELL, JEAN LEBLON THE CLASS OF 1951 ONE STEP from fhe fop rung of fhe ladder fo grad- uafion fhe junior class made many confribufions fo fhe I949-50 school year af Emporia Sfafe. Members of fhe junior class elecfed fo "Who's Who Among Sfudenfs in American Colleges and Universifies" were Jean Leblon and Roger Rufh. The selecfion of candidafes for fhe honor is based upon scholarship, leadership, and parficipafion in educafional and exfra-curricular acfivifies, cifizen- ship and service, and promise. Ronald Hess, Wilberf Profhe, and Virginia Reed each received a SI00 scholarship which was award- ed by fhe Curli-Q commiffee. These sfudenfs were chosen on fhe basis of scholasfic abilify, financial need, and fufure promise. Enrollmenf in fhe junior class numbered 298. Class officers for fhe years were: presidenf, Jean Leblong vice-presidenf, Virginia Russell: and secre- fary-freasurer, Virginia Tarr. Class sponsors were Loy Banks, professor of English, and Leopold Liegl, professor of music. Edifor of fhe Bullefin, school newspaper, is Har- Ian Long, a member of fhe junior class. Firsf semes- fer Roger Rufh was sporfs edifor and Donna Ballen- fine was sociefy edifor of fhe Bullefin. The junior class was hosf fo fhe senior class af fhe Junior-Senior Prom on March 3I. The prom was held in fhe Sfudenf Union Ballroom wifh dancing fo fhe music of The Counfs. Heads of fhe commiffees for fhe prom were: decorafion, Winnie Drake and Ralph Summers and for invifafions, Loreffa Angel. li 3' A , 3 9 -x fx E6 31, as H -1 A, gs X . N53 -lv I X kv . 59, fs 6 'V . an 727-M , H, . ' " ,..,. ,vm ,M , , . f . aw '52 iii? 52 Mildred Roselle ALBERS Y.W.C.A., F.T.A. Roberl E. ALLBEE - - Fred D. ALLEN - - Commerce Club Archie L. AMES - - Phi Della Chi John l.. AMES - - - Roberl C. ANDERSON - Malhemalics Club Lorella ANGEL - - - - - Bendena - Emporia - Marion - Americus - Americus - McPherson - - - Salanla Della Sigma Epsilon, Splash Club, Com- merce Club Fred J. AUSTIN - - - Phi Della Chi, Commerce Dene BALLENTINE - Alpha Sigma Alpha Donna BALLENTINE - - Alpha Sigma Alpha, S Club, Sludenl Council Collonwood Falls Club - Emporia - - - Emporia phinx, Elemenlary Norma Jean BARNCORD - - - Emporia Alpha Sigma Tau, Home Economics Club Viola Elizabelh BEAUCHAMP - - Johnson Winnelaslca, Science Club, Home Economics Club Jahal BESHARAT - - V - Tehran, lran Social Science Club, French Club Dale L. BITLER - - - Kappa Sigma Epsilon Norma Smilh BOESE - - - - - Emporia - - - Burdell' Winnelaslca, Commerce Club, Home Eco- nomics Club Leola M. BOHNENBLUST - Larimore, N, D. Y.W.C.A. Mildred Ann BOYER - Eloise M. BOYLES - - Charlene BRADFORD - Thela Sigma Upsilon - Haven A Topeka - - Jelmore Eldred L. BRAUNECK - Lillie Neck, N. Y. Home Economics Club Clarence Paul BROOKS - - Drexel, Mo. Wesley Foundalion, Science Club, Bela Bela Bela Roberla BROSE ------ Clillon Sigma Pi Sigma, Della Sigma Epsilon, Com- merce Club Bill Vernon BROWN - - Phi Della Chi Donna Lee BRUINGTON Charles E. BRYAN - - Vernon Howard BUCK - Roberl W. BURCH - - Mu Epsilon Nu, Malhem Club, A Cappella Choir Bill E. BURGERT - - - - Gridley - - Florence - Empori - - - Empori - - - Assari alics Club, Radio - Horlon Vyrl D. BURGHART - - Sigma Tau Gamma Clarice Irene BUTTRON - - Chanule - - Lancasler Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Alpha lola, Treble Clel, Symphonic Chorus Ivan CAMPBELL - A - - - - Wilsey Y.M.C.A., Science Club, Bela Bela Bela Kennelh E. CANNON - - - - Emporia Phi Della Chi, Commerce Club Telrno J.CARBAJO - - - Callao, Peru Phi Della Chi, Spanish Club, "K" Club, Malhemalics Club Newman Club, Richard Lee CARLSON ---- Burdick Alpha Kappa Lambda Lois Joleen CARMICHAEL - Dodge Cily Winnelaslca, Commerce Club Howard Lloyd CARNINE - Gerald W. CARR - - - - - Emporia - - Emporia Phi Della Chi, Newman Club, Commerce CILILD Morris E. CARR ------ Emporia Phi Della Chi, Newman Club, Commerce Club Janice Socolofslcy CASE ---- Marion Sigma Sigma Sigma, Omega, Elemenlary Club Nellie CHANG - - - Honolulu, Hawaii Y.W.C.A., Elemenla ry Club Charles Asher COLEMAN - - - Abilene Phi Sigma Epsilon, Epsilon Pi Tau Palsy Lee COX ---- - - Kingman Alpha Sigma Tau, Pan Hellenic Council Roberl CROWELL - - - Glenn Howard CRUMB - Alpha Kappa Lambda John W. CUNDITH - - - Phi Della Chi, Pi Omega Club LeRoy Francis DAHL - - Maxine L. DANIELS - - - Rhylhmic Circle, Winnelaslca. Dennis DENNING - - - Newman Club, French Club, Players, Phi Della Chi Charles L. DICKERSON - Phi Della Chi - - Madison - I-larveyville - - Slerling Pi, Commerce - - Emporia Independence Science Club - - - Russell Emporia Slale - Hulchinson si A -f Ji: A PM -, ' E ff ' A A . V X: : V mqil A - - f am , , f Qi, ga ails , ..,' Iliifxi' LGR new 55 ,uui gi , A wzlfgfi am ,. . f . 'ai 24 ,v ll., , I ,sn f. 23 59 'as 4 Aj. X Q C711 S is vs William Osborne DIXON - - - Parlridge Mu Epsilon Nu, Malhemalics Club 1 ,, ,. Lois Elizabelh DOLL ----- Larned I Fin' W' g ii Virgil E. DOWELL N - - - Lebo A V Science Club, Bela Bela Bela My . . . wanzffed L. DRAKE - - Fafsbauii, Minn. 7' A I I Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Thela Rho, Xi m Pm, Riyihmac Circle 'H I Marilyn Lou EDWARDS ---- Newlon Sigma Sigma Sigma X A William J. EGNER - - - Emporia A Z Science Club ii' rl kg ' I N , Roberl Daniel EMRICH - - - Ellsworlh , if E A ' Phi Sigma Epsilon, Sludenl Council vice- ii , ' A My ji I i A presidenl, "K" Club, Lambda Della Lambda 29. I - A L :pf 5 53 li I , l , .wax i 4 i 5 .-gr 4 ,-- i if M., Q, , ,M 6 'wig ' J .-f Y .,, f , .. , W' E ' ll PM ' .. f' .AN , . , W X lr .. . is 1 1, if was 5. .s f . W- , J, 'SY 1 X 1 , Q f BUG? 1 , 'Y-, Helen Margarel' ERICSON - - - Virgil Home Economics Club, Science Club Lavon FAULEY --4-'- Cimarron Pi Kappa Sigma, Treble Clei, Home Eco- nomics Club, Symphonic Chorus Rose Adeline FETROW ---- Emporia Winnelaslca, Commerce Club Eroilan FLORES ------ Elmdale Colleen FOWLER - - - Kalvesla Winnefaska Rosalea Vianna FREEMAN - - - Emporia Spanish Club, French Club, Omega Marfha Josephine FRY ---- Wilmore Commerce Club Lee GARDNER - - - Winnelaslca, E.T.A. - Winfield Iyla Lorene GAY '----- Emporia Theia Sigma Upsilon, Sphinx, Radio Club Perdifa Lorraine GREEN - - Kansas Ciiy Commerce Club Richard Walson GRIGGS - - - Meade Sigma Tau Gamma, Social Science Club Peggy GROENDYCKE A Medicine Lodge Ralph J. HAAG - - - Emporia Barbara Jean HAGER - - - Lewis Pi Kappa Sigma Roberl G. HAGGARD - - - Concordia Phi Della Chi, Phi Mu Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Psi Omega Frances Carol HAIZE ----- Seneca Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club, Delia Sigma Epsilon, Y.W.C.A., Omega Claylon Oalcley HALL - - - Newlon John Harrison HALL ---- Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club Joanne Elizabefh HARBAUGH ---- - - - - - - - - Medicine Lodge Alpha Sigma Tau, Sphinx Willard HARNDEN - - Medicine Lodge Pi Omega Pi, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Pi Omega Norlon HARTSOOK - - - Emporia Chesler G. HAYDEN - - Slaflord "K" Club Onabelle HAYDEN - - - Slafiord Home Economics Club Donald HEILAND - - - Ford Clyde V. HIEBERT - - - Marion Phi Sigma Epsilon Boyd Viclor HIGGINS ---- Marion Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club Virginia Sue HIGGINS - - Williamsburg Sigma Sigma Sigma, Home Economics Club, Omega Roy G. HILDERMAN - - - Tucson, Ariz. Phi Mu Alpha, Symphonic Chorus, Band, Orchesfra, Ensemble Singers I Muriel Ruih HILI. ---+-- Plevna Sigma Alpha lola, Winnef aslca, Omega, Or- chesfra, Symphonic Chorus Richard G. HISKEY - - Phi Delfa Chi Lorna HOLLE 4A-- - - Emporia - - - - Ludell Kappa Della Pi, Commerce Club, Malhe- malics Club, Omega, Winnelaslxa Marilyn J. HORNBAKER Alpha Sigma Alpha Mary E. HUEBERT - - - - - Wichila - - - Halsiead Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sphinx, Commerce Club Marie HUGHES ---- - Eureka Sigma Sigma Sigma James IRWIN ---- Neosho Rapids Sigma Tau Gamma, Scienc Harold JACKSON - - Sigma Tau Gamma Cynlhia F. JOHANNING Pi Kappa Sigma James H. JOHNSON - Phi Sigma Epsilon, Comme Karrol H. JOHNSTON - Alpha Kappa Lambda, infer-Fraierniry Council Gordon L. JORGENSEN - Commerce Club Bill J. JUSTUS - - Science Club Roberl E. KAISER - - Pi Ka a Delia Xi Phi e Club - - Falls City - - - Baldwin - - - Assaria rce Club - - - Emporia Commerce Club, - Mounl Hope - - Harveyville - - - - Salina Siudenl Council, PP I I Y.M.C.A., Mu Epsilon Nu, Radio Club, Speakers Bureau Dorolhy KENT --+- Commerce Club, Sphinx Fran A. KIENE - - - Mu Epsilon Nu, Social S bale Charloile l. KING - - - Emporia - - Emporia cience Club, De- -A--Lebo Thela Sigma Upsilon, Sigma Alpha lola, Sigma Pi Sigma, Treble Clef, Symphonic Chorus, Orcheslra, Glee Club Mary Regina KING - e Newman Club, Elemeniary Winwood KLINE - - - Roberl KLINTWORTH - Phi Della Chi Carol Jean KNIGHT - A - - - - Piqua Club - - - Emporia - - EI Dorado ----Lebo Thera Sigma Upsilon, Elemenfary Club Barbara KNIPE - - - Radio Club, Winneiaslca Marcia Ann KOCH - - - - - Norwich - - - Hariiord Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sphinx, Commerce Club, Home Economics Club Elwin L. KROEKER - - Mary C. LAMBERT - - Winnefaslca William T. LANEY - Eugene M. LANTZ - Wallace LARSON - Sigma Tau Gamma - - - Newlon - Cedar Poinl - - Lyons 1 McPherson - Emporia I 1 M. iii, 'XE' x ,, -M ,U r ii.- A K Q: N1 5, 5' rf' - 452 Is.. E , if ' Ulm F I Dwi. gr if 2' f ,mei S "f ., ,.g,,5 ,sf 4 ,W .--ofa fl3...fi ' 'Si f-is 1 If H ,iw fl? I " , , . 5 , fx I--l HN in 1 nu- Q7 ai fs. rf T illl a P79 E ,K-li if Q ,T mi . ,ga agua S S' ii W 53 3 in X J, " al ,,,, . 'R 03' if., uou . y 'ii' 'Xi . i . is 55 :rw K r ,gm . 'lm Q 1 I ww. r if as IQ! as I 5 fs' -r +P' Tj J 'i I ii, ,K N, :AI "' 'QW 'Tb ss 5 K W ir .2 if 1 an U ' . 'I' Pg' Q 'K b'ilf.f2..,z.i.! 1 fa Q 1 S 5 1. if ' f Pie, Jean M. LEBLON - - - Chimay, Belgium Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, Xi Phi, Newman Club, French Club, Spanish Club, Who's Who, Social Science Club Samuel LEVINSON - - Por? Jervis, N. Y. Mu Epsilon Nu, Pi Kappa Della Louise M. LISTER ------ Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Newman Club Waller LOCKARD ------ Moline Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club Harlan L. LONG ------ Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Edilor ol The Bulleiin Leonard Lewis LOVE ----- Eurelca Mu Epsilon Nu, Science Club Marilyn Thomas LOVE ---- Emporia Omega, FT.A. Jack Eugene LUDWIG - - - Hulchinson Phi Della Chi, Elemenrary Club O Mary Jane LUTZ '------ Olpe Della Sigma Epsilon, Newman Club, Home Economics Club, Elemenrary Club Richard W. MCALISTER - - - Afchison Phi Sigma Epsilon, Lambda Della Lambda, Alpha Phi Omega, Varsily Men's Glee Club. Kappa Della Pi, Science Club John L. MCCLOUD ----- Emporia Phi Delia Chi, Emporia Slare Players John Dexler MCCONNELL - - Burlingion Commerce Club Charles J. MCCORMALLY - - Chapman Commerce Club, Newman Club John S. MCDANIEL ----- Plevna Epsilon Pi Tau Roberf Edward MCDERMOTT - Kansas Ciry Phi Sigma Epsilon Eleanor J. MCELHANEY ---- Topeka Commerce Club, Home Economics Club Marrha Jeanelle MADOLE - - Winfield Alpha Sigma Tau, Home Economics Club, Emporia Slare Players, Sphinx Charles Roberi MAIER ---- Mayelfa Y.M.C.A., Wesley Foundalion, Lambda Del- ra Lambda, Mu Epsilon Nu Bernard L. MARGASON - - - Emporia Commerce Club, lnfer-Failh Council Maxine Adele MARTIN - - Sarasola, Fla. Sigma Pi Sigma Minnie MARTIN ---- Junclion Cify Roberf MARTIN ----- McPherson Sigma Tau Gamma, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Emporia Srale Players Calvin MAXWELL - - - Americus Phi Della Chi Maynard MAYBERRY ----- Harper Commerce Club, "K" Club, Mu Epsilon Nu Lyle MEREDITH ------ Plainville Sigma Tau Gamma Kennefh L. MILLER - - Newfon E.T.A. Mary MILLER - - - Jelmore F.T.A. Roberr MILLER - - Lillie River Mu Epsilon Nu Darwin Douglas MINNIS - - - Slallord Phi Sigma Epsilon Kennelh W. MINTER ---- Abilene Science Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Y.M.C.A., Wesley Eoundalion Eugene E. MORELAND ---- Emporia Phi Della Chi, Lambda Della Lambda, Kap- pa Mu Epsilon Byron E. MURPHY -f-- Maple Hill Mu Epsilon Nu - Melvin MURPHY ------ Meade Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club Charles L. MYERS ----- Newlon Phi Sigma Epsilon Edward PENNINGTON - - A Emporia Don S. PETERS - - - - Climax Commerce Club . Charles A. PETERSON - - - Climax Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Tau Gamma, Com- merce Club Eredericlc D. PFLUGHOFT - - Ellsworlh Phi Della Chi Leona M. PINE ------ Emporia Winnelaslca, Commerce Club Eugene E. PLENART ---- Hillsboro Mu Epsilon Nu, E.T.A. Darrell E. POWELL ----- Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club Virgil J. PUGH ------ Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Lambda Della Lambda Virginia E. PUGH --f-- Emporia Winnelaslca, Wesley Foundalion, Science Club Paul C. RADKE A ---- Hoisinglon Sigma Tau Gamma, Gamma Della Virginia Mae REED ----- Kalyesla lnler-Varsily Chrislian Fellowship, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Malhemalics Club, Commerce Club, Inler-Eailh Council William D. RELPH ----- Fredonia Hugh E. RICHARDSON - - - Gridley Sloughlon RICHMOND - - - Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Spanish Club, lnler- Failh Council . Mary Jean ROBBINS 4---- Sedan Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Com- merce Club Richard ROBBINS ------ Sedan Phi Della Chi, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orches- lra, Symphonic Chorus, Glee Club Rae Deane ROBERTS ---- Emporia William L. ROBERTS - - Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma M ron W. RODEE - A Emporia Y Phi Sigma Epsilon Virginia R. RUSSELL ----- Sedan Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Alpha Iola, Em- poria Slale Players, Symphonic Chorus, Band, Orcheslra Roger Alan RUTH ----- Scoll Cily Phi Sigma Epsilon, Xi Phi, Lambda Della Lambda, Pi Kappa Della, Kappa Mu Ep- silon, "K" Club, Who's Who, Sludenl Coun- cil Charles SANDERSON ---- I-lamillon Phi Della Chi, Alpha Thela Rho Vibe, ,5 .gyl P' i " 1 i I Hifi ,.--,'- Q .,, I I yyiyi ,X , 'M 1 is I ' - iil T' Q .'a. , N' i li' , Z2 4 is T iz. L., - tlx.. 3 "W I Q I sw " P X . V Y y if Il .ff X w in 'X if .401 'sl 'VI' ii X ,H s ii . . ii Charles E. SANGER - - Phi Sigma Epsilon - Heringlon John Charles SCAFE - - - Emporia French Club, Spanish Club Mary Charlene SCHULTZ - - Colleyville Winnelaslia Richard R. SEIBEL ---- McPherson Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club Vernon K. SERGEANT - - - - Lebo Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club Janol Lee SHANNON ----- Sedan Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma Roger D. SHEPARD ----- Solomon lvlu Epsilon Nu, Emporia Slale Players Roberl SHEPLER ------ Newlon Phi Sigma Epsilon Arlene R. SHOMBER -'-- Emporia Spanish Club, French Club, Omega Carol J. SIMMONS -4---- Allen Tex SMILEY ---- - - Halslead Belly A. SMITH A - Durham Elernenlary Club Lois F. SMITH - - V - Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma Wayne E. SMITH - - - - Belhel Wayne P. SMITH - - - - - Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Science Club Barbara Lee STEFFE ---- Sedgwick Alpha Sigma Alpha, Band, Orcheslra, Glee Club Roberla Marie STEFFE - - - Sedgwick Alpha Sigma Alpha, Ensemble Singers Ralph lvl. SUMMERS ---- Scoll Cily Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, "K" Club Jack Edward SUTTON ---- Lamonl Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club R. G. SWENSON ----- Emporia Belly Anne SWEZEY ---- Walcelield Band, Orcheslra, Wesley Foundalion Charles F. TANNER - - - Arlcansas Cily Virginia Mae TARR ----- Wichila Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physi- cal Educalion Club, Social Science Club Deaun Yvonne TAYLOR - - - Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Omega, Commerce Club Frances L. THOLEN ----- Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Newman Club, Com- merce Club Doland V. UNRUH ----- Newlon lnler-Varsily Chrislian Fellowship Eslher Kalhryn VANCE - - - lvlaclxsville Sigma Sigma Sigma, Radio Club, Band, Or- cheslra, Grlee Club Vernon Lee VANCE - - - - Emporia Louise Gelz VAN GUNDY- - - Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Physical Educalion Club, Splash Club Winilred M. VENSON William K. VARVEL - - - Denison, Texas - - - - Gridley Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Della Lambda June WACHHOLZ - - - - - Anlhony Pi Kappa Sigma, W.R.A., Sigma Pi Sigma, Physical Educalion Club Dorolhy June WALD - - Arlcansas Cily Winnelaslca, FTA., Elemenlary Club Doris M. WELLS - - Alpha Sigma Alpha Cheerleader, Sigma Pi William J. WEST - - Alpha Kappa Lambda Mary Lou WICHERT - - - A Emporia , Commerce Club, Sigma - - - - Kincaid - - - - Emporia Newman Club, Commerce Club Merle WIEDERSTEIN Mary Jo WILHITE - - - - - Newfon - - - - Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club, Ome- ga, Newman Club Dwighl L. WILLIAMS Alpha Kappa Lambda, dio Club Reuben Eugene WILLI Sigma Tau Gamma Herman WILSON - Lesler V. WILSON - Lambda Della Lambda Roberl W. WILSON - Ronald WINGO - A - - - - Ollawa Commerce Club, Ra- S - - Chanule - - - Wellinglon - - Renlrow, Olcla. - - - - Emporia - - - Kansas Cily Band, Orcheslra, Symphonic Chorus, Phi Mu Alpha Glenn L. WOOD - - Mu Epsilon Nu Bob E. WOODBURY - Salomon - - - - Emporia Phi Della Chi, Commerce Club, "K" Club Ernesline Coil WOODBURY - - Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma Phillip WOODBURY - Phi Della Chi - - - Emporia Marilyn Rulh WREN - - - Williamsburg Sigma Alpha Iola, Winnelaslca, Omega, Band Donald R. WRIGHT - Phi Sigma Epsilon Jenniela F. WRIGHT Sigma Sigma Sigma, A Peggy Oriene WYGLE Kappa Mu Epsilon Russell L. YEAGER - Phi Della Chi - - - - Emporia - - - - Emporia lpha Thela Rho - - - - Emporia - - Admire 'M in .. 3-f f .1 K 155' . I , I3 no f' DOROTHY ZEIGLER, ROBERT KLOTZ, JOAN KLOXIN THE CLASS OF 1952 AFTER braving fhe sform of one long school year, fhe class of l952 was found fo be 332 sfrong. This class was second in size fo fhe freshman class. A new enferprise based upon an old fradifion found fhe sophomore class unable fo force fhe freshmen fo wear fheir "dinlries" unfil fhe Home- coming game. lnsfead of fhe usual ducking, in fhe fish pond locafed in fhe sunlcen garden, fhe sopho- mores mef fhe gallanf freshmen in a pressure-hose confesf on fhe wesf side of fhe campus. During a rain, Ocfober 20, fhe freshmen ouf-wafer-foughf fhe sophomores fo gain fhe privileges of fhrowing away dinkies and sfrolling up fhe main walk. The annual Chrisfmas parfy was sponsored by fhe sophomore class. The parfy was an informal dance held in fhe Sfudenf Union Ballroom. A giff for a child was fhe admission fo fhe parfy. These giffs were disfribufed fo some unforfunafe children by fhe Sfudenf Council. Darrell English and David Willce were each granfed a SIOO scholarship by fhe Curli-Q Scholar- ship Commiffee. These sfudenfs were chosen on fhe basis of scholasfic abilify, financial need, and fufure promise. Class officers were: presidenf, Roberf Klofzg vice-presidenf, Joan Kloxing and secrefary-freasurer, Dorofhy Zeigler. Sponsors for fhe class are Mr. Merle E. Brooks of fhe biology deparfmenf, and Mr. Alvin Morris of fhe educafion deparfmenf. -SR' 1- me fa- ' Top Row Willene ACKERMAN John H. ADAIR - - Phi Della Chi - - Sabelha - Emporia Carole June ADAM --A4 Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha Claron E. ADAMS - Commerce Club Sigma Al Emporia pha - - - Garneff Eloise ALLEN - - - Kansas Cify, Mo. Doris N. ANDERSON - - - Ulysses Alpha Sigma Tau, Home Ecohomics Club, Sphinx Eunice ANDERSON - - l-lilo, l-lawaii Sphinx, Elemenfary C lub I952 Richard BALTZ ----- Emporia Ka pa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce P Club Barbara BELDEN ----- Eskridge Radio Club, Winneiaska Glen BERGERHOUSE - - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Beulah BEYER - - - - Gridley F.T.A. ird Row Doris BISHOP -f-4 Dodge Cily Winnefaslca Second ROW Mefiyn er. Biomsene , . . Falun Alpha Kappa Lambda, Commerce Mary Jane ANDERSON - Coldwaler Club Physical Educalion Club, Splash Club, D A Sigma Sigma Sigma Alice Ann BOCK - - Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon Arlene ANDREWS - Collonwood Falls ' f:.T.A.y Wgnmefaska Nila Jeanne BORTZ ---- Emporia Pi Kappa Sigma, Home Economics ,-H" 5 K .35 g ,E Q Chrisropher W. BOUCK Mu Epsilon Nu Dale Bouse . . Belly Jo sowsek . Eohom Row Shirley BRECKENRIDGE Radio Club Palriclc E. BRENNAN - Phi Sigma Epsilon Mildred E. BRICKELL - Rcberla BRILES V - - - Emporia Burlinglon hlulchinson - Slilwell - Reece Americus - - Emporia Delfa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Omega William BROOKS - - - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Bernice L. BROWN - - - Americus Sigma Sigma Sigma, Band, Science Club, Home Economics Club, Y.W. C.A. Mary Joelma BUCK ---- Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, Radio Club, Ele- menlary Club Raymond D. AUSTIN - - Collyer Club, Sigma Pi Sigma Y - if 5 6 rf: yas 3 is B " 1 :.. ii A 3 bl N1 Top Row Viclor BURNS ---- - Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu Duane BUTTERFIELD - - Overbrook Dona CAMPBELL - - - Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma Roberl S. CARTMILL - - Wellinglon Maurice A. CHILDEARS - - Emporia Seymour COMAN - A - Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma John W. CLIFFORD - - - Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu, Radio Club merce Club Second Row Murlyn D. CONOVER ---- Iola Lawrence E. COOK - - - Winfield Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club Ronald M. COWAN - Bellerose, N. Y. Phi Della Chi l952 Marvin W. CRIQUI ---- Lyndon Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club LeRoy CRIST ------- Olpe Alpha Kappa Lambda, Y.W.C.A. Third Row Edna Marie CRUZ - - - Gualemala Spanish Club, Newman Club, Com- Nancy Elo CURTIS A - Emporia Charles E. CUSIC - - - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon James J. DEMPSEY - - S+. Louis, Mo. Phi Della Chi, Newman Club Coverl C. CRANWELL - - - Lyndon Jacqueline J. CRIPPS - - - Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Commerce Club M . 'Q' , I in , A 1. V - Mary Kay DORRIS ---- Kenbro Newman Club, Rhylhmic Circle ,. -X ilk ii L sf far -N ri 1 is if i fr i Jerleen DREESE ----- Halslead Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sphinx, Elemen- 'rary Club Eugene DUDGEON ---- Howard Phi Mu Alpha Boflom Row Mary Belh DUNCAN Alpha Sigma Tau Mary June DUPY - - - - Sublelle - Chase Alpha Sigma Tau, Sigma Pi Sigma Raymond D. ECCLES Mu Epsilon Nu Donald R. ELDER - - Phi Sigma Epsilon Leoia ELDER - - - Winnelaska, Sigma C,A,, lnler-Failh Chorus, Treble Clef - A - Gridley - Troy Bendena Alpha lola, Y.W. Council, Band, Club Darrell D. ENGLISH - Bonner Springs Social Science Club, Debale, Wesley Foundalion Lillie ENGLISH - - Della Sigma Epsilon - Mayfield, Ky. Er G 9 T 1 A af. 2 -. ' V'1."'. .. x Q R' iff. V ,.., Af al f . as lil'-2' . 'S' ii... aiaaai 1.5 . 62 Top Row Nedra EVANS - - - Winnelaslca, F.T.A. Don Lee FARMER - - Alpha Kappa Lambda Mary E. FARMER ---- - Greal' Bend - - Florence Fall River Wesley Foundalion, Y.W.C.A., Com- merce Club Ralph FINE - - Vada L. FOLCK - - Winnelaslca, F.l.A. Ruby FORSBERG - Ernesl FRANZONE - - - Lyndon A Lillle Riyer Losl Springs - - - - - - Easl' Greenwich, R. l. Kappa Sigma Epsilon Second Row Beverly Jane FREEMAN Don L. FRENCH - - - - - Emporia - - Newlon I952 Jack L. FREUND - Commerce Club Gerald R. FRISCH - Eugene l-l. FROMM - - Edward D. GAUGHAN Phi Della Chi Mildred GOLDEN - Third Row Leonard GORDON - Mary Lou GORDON - F.T.A. Fred W. GRABHORN Commerce Club Nola Jean GRASS A Alpha Sigma Alpha Roberl' l-l. GREENLEE Phi Delia Chi .-., sz? YQ Q if T 5. , ...Q . ...,. . ,A V A NL 2 .s?iaaNs - - Alchison Weslphalia Sallordville - Reading - Emporia Americus - Eurelca - Emporia l-leringlon - Emporia Lois J. GREENWOOD - - Newlon Don GRIMES - - - - Barnard Phi Sigma Epsilon Bollorn Row Pallie GROENDYCKE-Medicine Lodge Physical Educalion Club Barbara GROH ----- Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Sigma Pi Sigma Mary Ann GRUNDMEIER - - Larimer Alpha lhela Rho, lnler-Varsily Chris- lian Fellowship Edilh A. HANSEN ---- Hillsboro Winnelaslca, Wesley Foundalion Elmer L. HANSEN ---- Gypsum Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club Vivian HANSEN ----- Gypsum Winnelaska Ted J. HARDER - - - Burrlon Phi Sigma Epsilon 63 ,, fi M is Am 'is i ii 3 me T , if of KM, WAHI' Top Row Marilyn HAYDEN - Alpha Sigma Tau - Hamillon Doris HEARN ------ Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha Sigma Alpha Bessie HELMLEY ---- Hazelion Winrvelaska, Y.W.C.A., Home Eco- nomics Club Phyllis Ann HENRY ---- Winfield Winnelaska, Commerce Club Gloria Isabel HILL - - - - Wamego Alpha Sigma Tau, Sigma Pi Sigma Helen HINERMAN - Commerce Club Joyce HOFFMAN - - Della Sigma Epsilon, Rho, Rhylhmic Circle, calion Club Second Row Reece - - Emporia Alpha Thefa Physical Edu- Roberl L. HOWARD - - - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Pi Kappa Del- la, De-bale, Alpha Phi Omega, Slu- denl Council, Social Science Club Cliffon B. HUFF - - - - Emporia Bill G. HUNT ----- Americus Phi Della Chi Charles J. IRWIN - Summerville, Mo. Richard LJACOUES - - - Emporia Phi Della Chi Third Row Phyllis J. JANSSEN - - - - Lyons Alpha Sigma Tau, Sphinx LaVone JEVONS ---- Walcelield F.T,A. John JOHNSON - - - Osage Ciiy Sigma Tau Gamma Bessie Lou JOHNSTON - - Wichila Band, Debale Marlha JONES - - Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club - - - Emporia Ernesline KARNES - - - Overbrook Alpha Sigma Alpha Boiiom Row Eugene KETTNER ---- Madison F.T.A.. Social Science Club Guy B. KERNS ----- Emporia Alpha Kappa Lambda Margarel KING ---- Tonganoxie Joan Marie KINGSLEY - - - Lyons Home Eco- Splash Club, W.R.A., nomics Club, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sigma Sigma Sigma Helen R. KLEILE ----- Chase Alpha Sigma Tau, Emporia Slale Players Roberl KLOTZ ---- Junclion Ciiy Phi Della Chi, Sophomore Class Darren B H066 . Q Q - Deyphos June E. JONES - - - f Americus PVQSTCT-'BUT Sigma Tau Gamma Doris Joan KLOXIN ---- Chase Ned L. HOOVER - Colionwood Falls I 2 Alpha Sigma Tau, Sphinx, Sigma Pi Phi Della Chi, Commerce Club Sigma 64 , : V EVV ,, A , at if V s Tal .SEQ ss Q l . , rrr T Qwa , . ,, , Q ar, :,-v M, L45, , . iii T Th .Q P 3' agus W. 'i h is -' T., w . PM i il f EL EM 'M "' S A fa X3 .TT 1 iw if 'f' .2 sf?-il . 'Q Sig A s s ri T ., ' NT - A . ,f i x . a arr lfiGZf r.?.f fame Qqf- sPfsei as Q. e:.s,' i'ffa 'fu Q T ifsgnf asf', iii Y- ,, .., ,,, . 'Q' I W, y . , p - 3 s - -' i, , ' f L , ' ' A . ' h- ' A 3 3 . b :,, in S 11 TOP ROW Viclor LINDSAY - - - - Emporia Eredericli MCCORMICK Commerce Club Elizabelh KOCH ----- Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon, Science Club Richard L. LITTLER - Collonwood Falls Phi Della Chi Barbara Delne KUEPKER - - Emporia Alpha S'9m5 Tau Roberl LONG ----- Emporia Alpha Kappa Lambda Elizabelh KUMLI ----- Emporia French Club, Radio Club, Newman Club Wendell LADY --4-- Abilene Phi Sigma Epsilon, Sludenl Council Paula LOWE ------ Chanule Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sig- ma, Commerce Club Thomas J. LAHEY -'-- Solomon Thifd ROW Mu Epsilon Nu Roberl F. LUDWIG - l-louslon, Texas Belly LOU LAWS ""' Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club Belly Jo LEONARD '--- Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Commerce Club Tom C' LYNDE --"' Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club Second Row Tillie JoEllen LYONS ---- Eureka Alpha Sigma Tau, Physical Educalion Nolan l-lugh LEWICK - - - Lincoln Club, W.R.A., Rhylhmic Circle Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club Belh LEWIS ------ Sl. John Sigma Sigma Sigma Band l-larold D. MCCLARY - - - Cenlralia l952 Elva Mae LIBBEN ----- Glasco Della Sigma Epsilon, Science Club, lvialhemalics Club, Omega Joyce A. McKEE - - M ig 1 ii Wax. Ts, 'K f"'s ,,.. JT J Y xiaq Wi a 5 'r -igfsf' Y' f "'f...f , if 57: . ii edici l'larllord ne Lodge Mary Jean MCKNIGHT - - Eslcridge Home Economics Club Bollorn Row Palricia Ann McMANIS - - Kingman Winnelaslfa, A Cappella Choir, Ra- dio Club Peggy MCNELLY ----- Lyons Sigma Pi Sigma, Commerce Club, Home Economics Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma Beniamin McREYNOLDS - Columbus Kappa Sigma Epsilon Joan E. MCRILL ---- Abbyyille Lollie B. MCWHERTER - - Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon, Science Club Mervin MARTEN - - - - Onaga Sigma Tau Gamma Olha Carol MAYES ---- Kenbro Della Sigma Epsilon, Band, Com- merce Club ss X M 0-'R 15 R , s M Top Row Mary Susan MEADOR - - Concordia Sigma Sigma Sigma Carolyn Lee MILLER - - Lyons Alpha Sigma Tau Jim G. MILLER ------ Virgil Mary Lou MOORE - Cedar Rapids, la. Sigma Sigma Sigma Virginia MOORE ---- Gardner Della Sigma Epsilon, F.T.A., Ele- menlary Club, Omega I9 5 2 Gerirude NELSON - - - Emporia Roberf R. NELSON - - - Emporia Gavonna NEWCOMER - - Emporia Thela Sigma Upsilon, Radio Club, Sphinx, Sigma Pi Sigma, Elemenlary Club Carolyn NEWMAN - - - - - Virgil Marilyn PATTERSON - - Cofieyville Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treble Clef, En- semble Singers, Symphonic Chorus Ray G. PAYTON A ---- Ellsworih Charlcie PENNELL ---- Syracuse Sigma Pi Sigma, Home Economics Club, Commerce Club. Wesley Foun- dalion John B. PERKINS - - Placerville, Calif. Mu Epsilon Nu Boirom Row Bepyy JO - - - Heringkjn Jameg . . Lecompfon Charles - XNGSIIIGICI, N. Alpha Sigma Tau, Newman Club Kappa S'9ma Epsllon Righard D, PLUMMER . - , Emporia h ORG N K C' Phi Della Chi Mari a M A i S - ansas My , LaVonne QUINCY - - Pawnee Rock lilmd ROW Thela Sigma Upsilon Second Row Harold D. NUFFER - - - Emporia Pearl G' QUIRING - i - i Newion Alpha Phi Omega Harold RAINS - - - Emporia Ann MUELDENER ----- Lyons Sigma Tau Gamma Sigma Sigma Sigma, Splash Club, Phyllis OTT - - - - Lamonr Jac . . . . queline RAY ------ Lewis Home Economics Club Science Club Pi Kappa Sigma' Sigma Pi Sigma Charles W. NELSON - - - Burlingron Sarondo M. PANESIS - Porl Jervis, N. Y. Norma Jean REDEKER ---- Olpe Phi Sigma Epsilon Kappa Sigma Epsilon Commerce Club, Newman Club .7 I V - sf if? A -rii L. A W af 51 A ,JA 1, f A -A " ll. fa f " Iii He ,... ,.. A- . - :g n , .. fflf, 5 ' X V A -New .isys S is S X ix, Q V A zl, , 41- 9 X, me it 5 Nggh anal A E imwp W5' -QL-1 r E I if, . I ' V I i A , if' . 'I 'A Aug. I- I " f l iii-i E .W - 3 be Q ij, I, agp 7 . 52 ,.?:g. .. 66 Top Row Evelyn REES ------ Emporia Physical Educalion Club, W.R.A. Virgil P. REID '----- Benfon Phi Delia Chi Pafricia Joann REYNOLDS - Dodge Cify Commerce Club, Della Sigma Epsilon Jo Anna RIEGLE ----- Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Alpha lola, Orchestra, Cheerleader Alice Marie ROBBINS - - Coldwaler Charles L. ROBINSON - - - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club Maclc Eugen ROBINSON - - Emporia Commercet Club Second Row Roberf L. RODEE - - Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilon Arlhur ROSS -'---- Eslcridge Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club I952 Alvin N. RUSK - - Ronald D. RUSSELL A - Commerce Club - Wellinglon - Emporia Joseph SAUDER ---f Phi Della Chi, Commerce Club - Gridley lna Joan SAWYER ---- Gardner F.T.A. Clarence W. SCHARFF - - Phi Sigma Epsilon Burlingfon Third Row George SCHERRER A Floral Park, N. Y. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Newman Club Barbara SCOTT - - - - Larned Alpha Sigma Alpha Jo Ann SELLERS - - Dodge Cify Joyce SHERIDAN ---- Clemenfs Winnefaslca, Home Economics Club Pal Louise SHIELDS - - Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma Roberl P. SHIELDS - - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Commerce Club Dwayne SHOEMAKER - Commerce Club Borlom Row Orillon L. SHUMATE - Alpha Phi Omega Frank SIDORFSKY - Barllesville Olcla Alpha Kappa Lambda, French Club Delores SIMMONS - - Emporia F.T.A. l-lenry E. SIMMONS - Waverly Carol Ann SMETHERS - Eureka Alpha Sigma Tau, Commerce Club Gwendolyn SMITH - - Emporia Norman C, SMITH - - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon as y iw, V ii 67 VB-1 - ' iz i K A Ld? 'i x K new if L if P' A gf" 'Q' 'I' S .J - K' saw Top Row Leon SORENSON - - - Solomon Kappa Sigma Epsilon Jack M. SOUTH - - - Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma Gerald E. STATEN - - - I-Iamilion Alpha Kappa Lambda Jerry L. STEGMAN - - - Lincoln Phi Sigma Epsilon Rudy E. STEINKUHLER - - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club Eugene STURDEVANT - - - Florence Sigma Tau Gamma, Maihemaiics Club Pairicia SUNTER ----- Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Newman Club, Spanish Club Second Row Milo W. SUTTON ---- Emporia Alpha Kappa Lambda Vernon J, SWITZER - - - Gridley Laura TARRANT - - - Emporia Charlene TAYLOR ---- Eslcridge Claudine TEETER ----- Ulysses Neil THOMPSON - Coilonwood Falls Riia THOMPSON ----- Olalhe Newman Club, Cheerleader Third Row Dale THORNE - - - - Lebo Delberl L. TOLBERT ---- Hollon Alpha Kappa Lambda Donald R. TUCKER ---- Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilon Norma Lee VANDERHOOF - Moline F.T.A. Roberl B. VARNER A - - Kansas Ciiy Roberl M. VEAL - - Coiionwood Falls Norma VOTAPKA ---- Oberlin Fourih Row Alberi B. WATERS ---- Emporia Cornelius WHITE - - - Emporia I952 Shirley WHITWORTH - - V Sedan Alpha Sigma Tau, Commerce Club William I-I. WUNDER - - - L50-0559 David L. WILKE - Independence, Mo. Mu Epsilon Nu, Lambda Della Lamb- da, Malhemahcs Club John R. WILKS ----- Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Radio Club John K. WILLIAMS - - - Wellingion Phi Delia Chi Boliom Row Rodney L. WILLIAMSON - I-leringlon Gerald WOOD ---- Burlingion Phi Sigma Epsilon Joleen B. WOOLCOTT - - I-Ialslead Alpha Sigma Tau, Sphinx, Splash Club, Spanish Club, Players Mildred WORRELL - Alpha Sigma Tau Dorolhy ZEIGLER - - Delia Sigma Epsilon, Elemeniary Club Emporia Siafe - Eureka - - - Liberal 1 ...Ma .1 3 MARIANNE l-IOCH, RITA KEMMERER, MARTHA REECE THE CLASS OF 1953 THE FRESHMAN class began a busy week on fhe Emporia Sfafe campus Sepfember 7. This week was designed fo acquainf fhe sfudenfs wifh fhe campus, faculfy, sfudenf body, and campus regula- fions. Physical examinafions and enfrance examina- fions were faken during fhe week. Square dancing, social dancing, a wafermelon feed, and a movie convocafion were acfivifies fo occupy all spare minufes of fhe week. Acfivifies were under fhe di- recfion of Dr. R. C. Maul, John McCormick, Dr. G. A. Comsfock, V. T. Trusler, and Dr. Rufh Schillinger. The freshman class had a fofal enrollmenf of 436. Freshman "dinkies" were prominenf unfil fhe mighfy freshmen mef fhe sophomores in a pressure fire hose baffle fo enfifle fhem fo all fhe privileges of fhe upper classmen. Usually fhe freshmen have been forced fo wear fheir "dinkies" unfil Home- coming, buf fhe sfrengfh of fhe class proved foo greaf for fhe sophomores. December I2 and I3 marked fhe presenfafion of fhe freshman play, ''Alice-Sif-by-fhe-Fire," by James M. Barrie. Miss Alice McDonnell of fhe speech deparfmenf was fhe direcfor of fhe play. Fun, cosfumes, and dancing were sponsored by fhe freshmen February 25 when fhe annual "kid par+y" was given for fhe upper classmen. The parfy was held in fhe Sfudenf Union Ballroom. The following commiffees were in charge of fhe par'I'y: program, Virginia Wicherf and Jack Sfurgeong pub- licify, Charloffe Haize and Bob Sherrerg and dec- orafions, RoJean Reynolds and John Warring. Sponsors were Dr. William Seiler and Miss Cafher- ine Mendum. ff? S if A "'y A E 5 A fl f A A if A f 70 Carol ALEXANDER - - Sigma Sigma Sigma, Elemenfary Club Joyce Maxine ALLAM - Sigma Pi Sigma, Win - - - Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, - - Lillie River nelaslca Louis ANDREATTA - - V Cliflon, N.J. Newman Club, Radio Club, Spanish Club Charles I. ANDRESS f Mu Epsilon Nu, Scien . Lila ANDREWS - - - Virginia Lee ASKREN - Virginia BAILEY - - - A - Greai Bend ce Club Collonwood Falls - - - Muscolah - Helena, Monl. Della Sigma Epsilon, Sphinx Belly BAKER - - - Commerce Club Della Mae BAKER - - Roberl' BANISTER - - - - - - Gridley - - Emporia - V A Emporia Sludenl Council, Alpha Kappa Lambda Edward BARANOSKI - - Brooklyn, N. Y. Mary Frances BARR ----- Garnell o Barbara BAXTER - - - Waverly Philip BEAM - - - - Emporia Phi Della Chi Gloria BEAMGUARD - - Newlon Della Sigma Epsilon Joe E. BECK ----- - Emporia Alpha Kappa Lambda G Edward Brooks BECKER - - - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Doris Radene BECKETT - - Yales Cenler Sigma Pi Sigma Mollie BECKETT ----- Greensburg Winnelaska, Ensemble Singers, Band, Or' cheslra, Symphonic C Caryle BENDER - - - Sigma Sigma Sigma, Science Club 0 Wanda D. BERNITZ - horus - - - Ellsworlh Sigma Pi Sigma, - - - Eudora Home Economics Club Ramona BLAND - - - Belh BLOOD - - Alpha Sigma Tau Caroline BOCOCK - Winneiaslxa, Elemenla . Belly Lcu BORTZ - A - - Piedmonl - - Wirfield - Mallield Green ry Club - - - Y Plains Pi Kappa Sigma, Hcme Economics Club Rulh M. BOWER - - - Collonwood Falls Elemenlary Club, Y.W.C.A, Percy K. BRANDT - - Joseph BRANSON f - - - - Elcref e - - Elcren e Irene BRIGGS ----- Winnelaslca, Treble Clel - Sedgwick Virginia E. BRIIX ----- I-Ieringlon Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Symphonic Chorus Joan BROCKELMAN - - - Della Sigma Epsilon, Sphinx John P. BROCKHOUSE - Phi Della Chi LaVerne E. BROLLIER - Edwin C. BROWN - - - Alpha Kappa Lambda Roberl E. BROWN - - - Marlha Mae BURCH - - - - Emporia - Emporia - Sublelle - Emporia - Emporia - Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Commerce Club O Roberl L. BURNS ---- Sigma Tau Gamma - Emporia Eugene L. BUSSE - Arlinglon I-Ieighls, Ill. Sigma Tau Gamma, Speakers Bureau Belly Ann CAMPBELL - - - Winneiaslca - - Belhel M. Gale CAMPBELL ---- Millonvale Winnelaslca, Radio Club o Carol CORNUE - - Olalhe Winnelaslca Eorresf C. CHEEVER - - - Emporia Keilh CLARK ----4- Phi Della Chi Slrong Cily Palricia CLEARY - - - Council Blulls, la. Della Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club Roberl COLEMAN ----- Ciarfell Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club Belh E. COLLINS ---v- Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Splash Club Myra Joan COMP ---- Wesley Fouadalion While Clly Marilyn COOK ------ Wichila Alpha Sigma Tau, Rhylhmic Circle Richard L, CRIPPS - - Dayid Fred CROPP - - - Alpha Kappa Lambda I-larveyville - Emporia Palricia CROWE ------ Russell Della Sigma Epsilon, Sphinx, Social Science Club, Newman Club Norma Lee DAHLBERG - Collonwood Falls Alpha Sigma Alpha, F.T.A. O Anila M. DALQUEST - - Doris DAVIS - - - Dixie L. DAY ---- - Alpha Sigma Alpha Darleen DEITRICH - Sigma Pi Sigma - Wilseif - Holcomb Losl Springs - Emporia , " in i ff .x E F if 1. . ' l ., .. Q ,"' L . . , u .,.' :ii i ii A dl! L 'I K - ,,.,,' I I fi sn. L-fleas: A ::L:i1"ff. i if if if An rig l' 4 , A AF' """"f-er -HIGH Q' 4 Y s V ...gk 4 ga, ., , , isis K .LN.:is llii rig au- Z . L mf lgillqi I ' '2 L ' K an ' i '. '21 L 3 . lg, .,,, . i 5' , xA R g ',f'l' Ll VV A N J! J i ,Kg-Q diff' , .2 A , Z ef is i 'E 'lf 'F' fi N. KK 55- A fa' ' , . ki yi ,E if 'Q' . ,vi 1. g f 7 '-12 R is . A,2A ' L X:-' I ,, 7 V 521' .. W' TTY S L.. K. s William J. DICK -- ----- Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Emporia Slale Players Wilma DlLl.ER - Y - - - Allanla Winneiaslca Anlhony A. D'OVlDlO - Bound Brook, N. J. Barbara DURYEA - - - Winnelaslca I Marian EASTWOOD - Commerce Club Jack EVERTON - - - Radio Club Barbara FANKHAUSER - - - Longlon - Iala - Kinsley - Emporia Delia Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club Frances FEARL -----' Burlinglon Della Sigma Epsilon, Treble Clei, Sym- phonic Chorus O John W. FIELD - - - Kappa Sigma Epsilon Delores FOLCK - - - Winnelaska John FORRESTER - Phi Della Chi Lillie B. FOX - - - I Mildred J. FOX ---- Ronald l-l. FREDRICKSON - - Wichila Lilile River - Emporia - Americus - Americus Osage Cily lnier-Varsiiy Chrislian Fellowship, Band Bill L. FREEMAN ---- Jo Ann FRENCH - E - - Theia Sigma Upsilon O JaNeane FRIEND - - Richard FURMAN - - Lois GALUTIA - - - Lorella M. GASSERT - - O Bill GEORGE 'A-,-- C. Maxine GIBSON ---- Burlinglon Osage Cily Liiile River - Newlon - Miller Washinglon - Aliceville - Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Commerce Club Lois Marie GIGER - - Barbara Ellen GOOD - Wesley Foundaiion Palricia Jean GORDON - - Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Science Club Shirley GORDON - - F,T.A. Melvin GRANER - Mu Epsilon Nu Judy GRAVES ------ - Admire - Griclley - Olaihe Pi Sigma, - Eurelca Effingham - Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Elemeniary Club Dayid L. GREEN - V Phi Della Chi Lcvilla June GREEN V Y.W.C.A., French Club lva Elaine GRIFFIN - Commerce Club Jo Ann GRIMES V V - Emporia V V - Loring V V - Burlinglon V V V Lincoln Alpha Sigma Alpha, Cheerleader, Sigma Pi Sigma 0 Helen GROH --fv Alpha Sigma Alpha, Newman Club Barbara Jo GUM - - Maurice GUY - V V Maryann HAFFNER - 0 Charlclle HAIZE - - - - V Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, V V Kingsdown V Emporia - Emporia ' - - - SGFGCG Y.W.C.A., Cheerleader, Wesley Founda- lion, Physical Educaiion Club Gloria Marie HARRIS ---- Eudora Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha Sigma Alpha Beverly Lee HARRISON - - - Waldron Pi Kappa Sigma, Elemenlary Club William HART - V - Sigma Tau Gamma ElaEne C. HARZ - Winnelaslca Don HENDERSON V - Sigma Tau Gamma Jean HENDRICKSON V - V V V Eureka - Greenleaf V - Eurelca - - Osage Cily Winnelaslca, Commerce Club Bonnie Lee HERTl.ElN Freda HICKS V V V Marianne HOCH - V V V - V - Wilsey V - Alchison - - - Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Cheerleader, EleV menlary Club, Sigma man Class President Velda Lee HOCKETT V Y.W.C.A. Dow HOLST V V - . lva Lee HOOPER - - Della Sigma Epsilon, Club, Debale Harold R. HOSEY - V - Kappa Sigma Epsilon Doris Jane HOTTMAN Peggy Lou HUGHES - Winnelaslca . Roberl' J. HUGHES - Phi Della Chi Marilyn HUMMEL - Winnelaslca Lawrence HUNTLEY V lris HUNTSINGER - Commerce Club Pi Sigma, Fresh- - V - Leyanl V Marysville V - - Russell Social Science Medicine Lodge - Nelawalca V - Clallin - Emporia - Abilene V Emporia - Madison ies 22 ra ,, s if r F Y N' as Q as 3 is dire K , gg-Q. - , 1 ffl Q Q- sa Q W ff X a. , 5 , F, .rryaf V 91 ' f fit, ,Q u ,, . ., "Aw , g a ,au C 27? X , r if A sf iw., iii , af "':9,,'X Q -S5 A Q i 3 V fiiaglif A sr rem. .. g 73 fi, l , ' if Q 10" ,1 , V i t 'Ulf " X i xx in Y? 1 1 S ' N if -.. ll 3 i xg li' M53 :Kilim ,gl A -iii. 'ai , 5 g fn Iii! ' ,s 'T , W .7 1 i ,S s...-av" '-if L. E. Ardell HUTCHINSON - - - Delavan Richard INBINDER - - 6. William JARVIS - Rila JETTY ---- A - - - Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Splash Club I Carol JOHNSON - - - - Lawson, Mo. Alpha Sigma Tau, Band Lois KAROLIK - ' Alpha Sigma Alpha Palricia KECK - - - Sigma Sigma Sigma Club Rila KEMMERER - - - - Chicago, Ill, - - - Ellingham Sigma Pi Sigma. - - - Emporia - - - - Sedan Band, Commerce - - - l-lumboldl Alpha Sigma Alpha, Newman Club O Arlene E. KLUMPE - A 1 - A Madison Della Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Newman Club Norma Jeanne KNACKSTEDT ---- 'slams Pi siqaa- i Aim J. KNAUF - - Carol Jean KOCH - - Alpha Sigma Alpha, Spanish Club Janel Arlene KOCH - Kennelh KOCH - - Phi Della Chi Alice Joan LAM - Winnelaslca Smilh 6. LARAMORE - Alpha Kappa Lambda O Jack F. LAWS ---- Commerce Club Jo Ann LENTELL - f Sarah M. LEONARD - - Council Grove - - - Emporia A - - Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, - - Eudora - Emporia - Moran - Emporia - Homewood - - - - Wilsey - - Osage Cily Sigma Sigma Sigma, F.T.A., Elemenlary Club Belly Jean LEWIS - - - - - Emporia Orcheslra, Commerce Club Maxine LIGHTCAP A - Commerce Club Clydene Mae LILE - Lenore LINDHOLM - - Calherine LINEHAM - Thela Sigma Upsilon O Eva Jean LONG - - - - Emporia - Parker - Windom - Emporia Collonwood Falls Margarel LOOMIS ----- Randall Louise LOUIA '------ Newlon Della Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Radio Club, Elemenlary Club Neil I. LUSK -------- Olivel Sigma Tau Gamma Lila Rose LUTZ ------4 Olpe Commerce Club, Newman Club Dorolhy E. LYDA - - Marilyn Mae LYNCH - Y.W.C.A. Marilyn Jo LYNDE - - Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club . - Maclcsville - Reading - - - Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, Barbara McCANDLESS - Collonwood Falls Winnelaslca, E.T.A.. Physical Educafion Club Palricia MCCOY ---- - - lola Physical Educalion Club Maurice G. MCENDREE - - La Harpe Mu Epsilon Nu Kenneih E. MCGHEE - - - - Madison Alpha Kappa Lambda, Commerce Club Jo Ann MCKAIN - Joan MCMILLAN - Winnelaslca - Hoisi nglon - Formoso Rila MCMILLAN ----- Spearville Margarel' Ann MCMULLEN - Marquelle Alpha Sigma Tau, Sigma Pi Sigma Brian McVElGH - - Slewarl Manor, N. Y. Kappa Sigma Epsilon Roberf MARKHAM - Marvin LeRoy MARTIN Norma Lee MARTIN - Roberl MEGREDY - Kaiherine MEYER - Michael MEARES - - Sigma Tau Gamma George M. MILLER A Q Joyce E. MILLER - Debale Eyerefl L, MILSAP - - Rose Ellen MITCHELL - A McPherson - - Clemenls - - Allen - - Longlon - Quincy, lll. - Emporia - Lincoln - Arkansas Cily - - - Emporia - - - l'liawa'l'ha Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma Emma Lee MOUNKES - Winnelaska O Lenora Helen MOSER Sigma Sigma Sigma, F.T.A. Jo Ann NELSON - - - Della Sigma Epsilon, Sphinx William NELSON - - Alpha Kappa Lambda Belly Jean NEMNICH - - - - Reading - - - - l-lollon Sigma Pi Sigma, - - - Emporia Commerce Club. - - - - Topeka - Neosho Rapids , W Y' S- Wes. r K ig -sn- A , r li? ,T . xx V.: '- .A - i K g ., f5 A R i , sua , 1 .,:. 5 . L, f. A . 1 ' -f A wg' ai f G5 B W l,'.', 'ig mi -8? if Q. 1 -f 46- X 5 .J Z SF: I iz E: sf, l L 'X 75 "iz, f5fX -ww! ff ,, r im' W. 'mi- R2 Q32 E I A A . g :rv :iw i A - Mike A:,. , g his i i? iiiiiizu , ,sei me ., 76 Glen A. NEWKIRK Frank R. NEWMAN - Alpha Phi Omega Olive NICHOLS - - Paul E. NIKULLA - - - - Burlinglon - - Kansas Cify A Emporia - Emporia Lorraine ORLOWSKI Science Club Lela OWEN - - - Sigma Pi Sigma, C Lila OWEN ---- - - Leavenworlh - V - - Emporia ommerce Club - - - - Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, Commerce Club Barbara Ann OYLER - - - - - Emporia Delia Sigma Epsilon, Home Economics Club Gladys Ann PARKER Pi Kappa Sigma lyla May PARKMAN Winneiaslra, Comm Rosa PATTERSON - Tommy 'L. PAYNE - - - Baldwin - - - - Emporia erce Club - - - - Newion - - - Vesper Marlene PETERSON - - - - - Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma, Y.W.C.A. Pafricia Jean PLATT ----- Marion Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Commerce Club Mary Lou POHL - - Mahlon E. PORTER - O Eva Marie POSEY - - - - Emporia - - Luray - - - - Minneola Delia Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Radio Club, Ensem ble Singers Ralph lvl. POWELL '---- Parsons William G. PRATHER Mu Epsilon Nu Elizabeih PRICE - - - - - Eureka - - - - Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Commerce Club, Cheerleader O Truman D. PUTNAM ----- Admire Sally Jo PYLE - - - Winnelaslca, Comm William lra PYLE - - Allred RASP, Jr. - - - - - Reading erce Club - - - - Emporia - Abilene James RATHKE - - Marlha Jean REECE lna Jeanne REESER - Sianley Joe RENO - Commerce Club - Emporia - - Winfield - - Olivel - Virgil RoJean REYNOLDS Rhylhmic Circle Lonn RICHARDS - Band Jo Ann RIGSBY - Commerce Club Maurice ROBERTS - l-larriel' ROBSON - Winnelaslca Floyd A. ROWE - Barbara ROWLAND Winnefaslca Roberl E. RUSSELL Roberf STAUFFER Phi Della Chi Reifa SARGEANT - - Winnelaska John W. SACKMAN Arkansas Ciiy - - Corbin - Olpe - l-lalsfead - Abilene - - DeSolo - Marysville - Abilene - 4 Emporia Weslmoreland - - Fonlana lnler-Varsily Chrislian Fellowship, Band Dorolhy SCHLARMAN - - - Cenlralia Marvin l. SCHMIDT - - Harlliord Allen D. SCHUL - - - - McPherson Mariorie SCHWARZ ---- Gypsum Darlene SCHWENDIMAN - - Hillsboro Pal SCOTT -------- Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club, Sigma Pi Sigma Frances SEEMAN ------ Larned Alpha Sigma Alpha, Commerce Club Gerald SHADWICK Sigma Tau Gamma Marvin SHAFFER - - Alpha Kappa Lambda Vernilea SHAW - Home Economics Club Darlene SHELLENBERGER Winnefaslca, Commerce Barbara SIMMONS Phyllis SIMPSON - Winneiaslca Dale L. SMITH - Sigma Tau Gamma Reginald D. SPEECE Elaine STAPLES - - - - - - - Liberal Radio Club, Spanish Club - Emporia - Madison - - Quincy - - Bushong Club - - Burlinglon - - Medicine Lodge - Emporia - Reading Mary STARNER -----f- Eureka Radio Club A J . rs., I A- A ,f is W i A --ss 5 ' P9 7 V 'Y Y to 'A :Ei - v.fv 'f F i'iE 5 1 A f ii W' 2' 1 L . '."' : mi " i ,.,. I Q, 'Q' A 'b"' A H fda ii" 1 Q ,.:,, ' is 7 Q l 'f if Q' 3, si 1,94 ,QE 3 ' A 'mx xfsi sc s cg . "-,V A ' A rzis ,?..: 5' r 'C yc,: 5 1, 4' X fs.. 77 fh- f' li' . N. a' Q Et' .. if ,. : L me ll H L 'ss gr!!! 78 Lavonne STARR - - V V Welda Home Economics Club Mary STECKMAN - Duane Ray STEELE - Eugene STEVENSON - V Arkansas Cily Collonwood Falls - - V - Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon La Velle V. STONEBRAKER V - V Severy Palricia STRONG - V V V - Moran Commerce Clu b, F.T.A. Jack P. STURGEON V Edrei Louise SWEET 0 Delores SWISHER - Margarel TERRY - V Palsy Ann THOMAS - Rhylhrnic Circle, Club, Splash Club - - - Emporia V Parker - Gypsum - V - - Wichila - V - - Newlon Physical Educaiion Marvin A. THOMPSON - - Emporia Commerce Club O Norman N, THOMPSON - V V Emporia Eileen Louise TOWNER V - V Emporia Winnefaslca Janis TRAVIS - - - V Medicine Lodge Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha Sigma Tau, Sphinx Nancy Lee TUNISON V - - Marysville Winnelaslra, Rhylhmic Circle Donna Lee TURNBULL - - Council Grove Sigma Sigma Sigma, Symphonic Chorus, Glee Club, Band Donna Jean VAUGHN ---- Emporia Winnelaslca Jan VAN ORDEN - - - - - Emporia Della Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma Arlene Rulh VIETS - -----Ames French Club, Y.W.C.A. o Belly Joanne VORAN - - - - Kinsley Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Ele- menlary Club Joan Marie WACEK ----- Irving Leanna WALN V V V - - - McPherson Physical Eclucalion Club, Winnelaslca Mary WALSH ------- Collyer Y.W.C.A. I Darlene WARREN - Alpha Sigma Alpha, Bill D. WATTS - - Radio Club Jacqueline WHEELER Lesier WHITTLE - - - - - - Eslaridge Band, Chorus - - - Winfield - - - Cenlralia - Sedalia, Mo. Virginia WICHERT ----- Emporia Si ma Si ma Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, 9 Q Commerce Club Eulalia Marlene WIENS - - Alplia Sigma Tau, Commerce Lois Marie WILLIARD A - - Winnelaslca Ga le Clara WILSON Y . Radio Club, Y.W.C.A. 0 Lois WING-ATE ---- Home Economics Clrb E. Bernyce WOLFE - - - - Wesley Foundalion C Lyons lub Burden Abilene Aflica Secla n Polly WOOD ------ Kansas Ciiy Sigma Sigma Sigma, Elemenlary Club, I ma PiSi ma Sq Q Dcrald E. ZIMMERMAN - - - Toronlo if 79 Mx Q ?w5'g'f l A A GRADUATESTUDENTS Louis F. BURNS ----- Emporia Alpha Phi Omega, Social Science Club, Pi Gamma Mu Harry A. APPLEGATE - - - Eureka Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club Gerlrude BEATTI E - - - Emporia Halsey l-l. COOK, Jr. - - - Eureka Pi Gamma Mu, Science Club, Bela Bela Bela Donald C. HOFFMAN - - - Lyons Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club, Epsilon Pi Tau Kalhryn lLlFF ---- Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club Bernard T.JlLKA - - - - - Topeka Lloyd Keilh MARING - - - Wichifa Kappa Mu Epsilon, Malhemalics Club, Mu Epsilon Nu, Lambda Della Lambda, Kappa Della Pi - - Salina Mu Epsilon Nu, Newman Club, Band, Harold W- MOORE ' ' ' Teferville Orcheslra, Symphonic Chorus Conrad A. KAHLER - Merle McELHANEY - Sigma Tau Gamma Joseph McPEEK - - - Alpha Kappa Lambda, 80 Commerce Club, French Club, Span- ish Club - Winfield C. Ralph MORSE ---- Emporia Y.M.C.A., Kappa Sigma Epsilon l Joseph A. PARSONS, Jr. - - Emporia ' Madlson Pi Kappa Della, Kappa Della Pi, Alpha Phi Omega, Pi Gamma Mu, Xi Phi ' ' Dunlap John G. PERKINS ---- Parlriclge Science Club Pi Gamma Mu, Kappa Della Pi TOP ROW lvan H. TRUSLER, Jr. - Gadsden, Ala. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha Willie C. RICHARDSON - S+. Louis, Mo. ' Orchesfra, Symphonic Chorus, Band, Clarence SCHAUER - - - Emporia Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Della pa Delfa Pl Lambda, Sigma Tau Gamma, Malhe- B,-,fiom Row malics Club A Burney VAZQUEZ - - - Concordia David TRAVIS ---- - Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma Business Manager, Noel K' WALLACE '--' Benton The Bullefin Mu Epsilon Nu, French Club, Spanish Club Francis W. TRIEMER - - Emporia Ralph W. WYGLE ---- Emporia Phi Della Chi Phi Sigma Epsilon, "K" Club FROM 38 in Sep+ember I948 lhe number of graduafe sfudenis al' Emporia S+a+e has increased +o 85 in lhe Spring of I950. Seven deparfmenis offer graduafe sludy leading fo 'lhe Masfer of Science degree. Of lhe 85 graduafe siudenls, fwelve hold a gradua+e fellowship, af leasf one in each of 'Phe seven depar+men+s. Nine of 'lhose 'l'welve sludenis received fheir bachelor's degree from K.S.T.C. Wi+h fhe exceplion of 'rhe Deparfmeni of Commerce, all deparf- menfs require a Thesis. Dr. John E. Jacobs is fhe Direcfor of lhe Graduafe Division. This year he was on par? 'rime leave wifh +he Sfafe Deparfmenf as Direcfor of Special Educafion for ihe S+a+e of Kansas. 8I Varsiry Glee Club, Who's Who, Kap- Jaaklhue ff? ,lg , , , ,, ,in ,, , , , ,W ,,,, YW , HWY, ,,, 2 Q5 P 1 gk' T V V a ' i f r - 1 ,, ,X QW ai I ' ,Q ,ws 1 53-gs-'Q g 5 1 ' HW? CORKY'S GLANCES MEMORIES, memories meander fhrough Corky's mind as he scans fhe pages of fhe Sunflower, i950 sfyle. Sepfember 5 found Corky buzzin' back fo ye old insfifufion of learning fo help orienf new sfu- denfs and faculfy members. He was righf on hand fo welcome fhe new faculfy members: Dr. Rufh Schillinger, dean of women: Nafhan P. Budd, regisfrarg Dr. Roberf M. Taylor, head of music deparfmenfg Eric R. Baber, superinfendenf of laborafory school, Cynfhia Woosfer and Josephine Logan, laborafory school insfrucforsp Mary Kref- singer, arf: Helen M. Douglass and Alvin E. Morris, educafiong Helen Coleman, music: Ida McCain, foreign language: Green D. Wyrick, English, Carl Dahlbeck, psychology, J. Eugene Robinson, science: and Charles M. Masfen, speech. Corky covered miles of smiles during rush parfies and Freshman Week, buf recovered sufficienfly fo fofal fhe resulfs for bofh-I500 prospecfive fellow roofers wifh I59 of fhem sporfing shiny, new pledge pins. Seven sefs of 'l'win Hornefs enrolled af ye old campus fhis fall. All buf one sei' called Emporia home. The Hornef fwin crop includes Dene and Donna Ballenfine, Emporia: Jean and Jeaneffe Brandf, Emporia: Gerald and Morris Carr, Emporia: Kennefh and Carol Koch, Emporia, Leia and Lila Owen, Emporia: Evelyn and Evereff Rees, Emporia: and Barbara and Roberfa Sfeffe, Sedgwick. A quick frip around fhe campus fo fhose-in-fhe-know provided him wifh several gems of knowledge. Men, lafer discovered fo be Mu Eps, were enfrenched in Morse Hall Annex and fhe Rhyfhmic Circle was no longer a purely female aggregafion. Corky fliffed fo fhe upper regions of fhe Union and found fhaf fhe no-longer-needed aparfmenfs had made way for meefing rooms for E-Sfafe's numerous clubs and honorary frafernifies. Corky was happy fo find fhaf Morse Hall is no longer a parf of "never-never land"-never-never gef a phone call fhrough, fhaf is. l. Tri Sig preferenfial dinner. 2. Phi Dell' rush parfy. 3. Tri Sig "miles of smiles" rush parfy. 4. Alpha Sig rush parfy. 5, Firsf all-school parly held in lhe Sfudenl' Union Ballroom. 6. Sfudenf square dancers af The Recrealion Hour. 7. Sigma Tau rush parly. 8. The musicians of Phi Della Chi. 9. Enrollmenf, firsf semesler. 85 l i i ..J A swifchboard and nine felephones were insfalled in fhe girls' dorm, and Corky is really giving fhem a buzz. CORKY flexed his muscles and hurried down fo help fhe freshmen fhrow fhe K-Club in fhe fish pond on fheir way up fhe fronf walk only fo find fhaf somefhing new had been added. This year fhe frosh were piffed againsf fhe sophs in a baffle fo fhe end wifh bloody weapons called firehoses. Affer many years of soggily siffing in fhe fish pond, fhe K-Club refired fo fhe comparafive safefy and dryness of fhe sidelines in fhe official capacify of referees. Buf back fo fhe sfruggle. Corky rushed from one side fo fhe ofher fo aid fhe baffling feams and fhen sfrode dinkiless up fhe walk wifh fhe vicforious freshmen. Foofball fook on a Pan American flavor fhis year when pigskinners from Colegio Milifar in Mexico Cify iourneyed norfh fo Emporia for a gridiron baffle. The game climaxed fhe day of infernafional good will which included dinners and a parade feafuriug visifing dignifaries, Corky la la serapel, milifary unifs from Forf Riley and several high school bands. Nexf Fall E-Sfafe's Hornefs include a visif soufh of fhe border fo Mexico Cify in fheir ifinerary. Homecoming rolled around wifh some new feafures among which was a sunny day. Corky, of course, rushed around fo all fhe organ- ized houses fo supervise fhe building of house decorafions and floafs and fo pose for an occasional porfraif. Lafer he led fhe gala parade of Hornef roofers up Commercial Sfreef, and was on hand fo proclaim fhe Phi Delfs as vicfors of fhe floaf confesf while fhe Kappa Sigs fook second. He buzzed his favorife foofball feam on fo an inglorious defeaf af fhe paws of fhe Piffsburg Gorillas. Halffime acfivifies were a liffle brighfer, however, and Corky wafched fhe crowning of Peggy Peda- gog, Janef Teichgraeber, by Governor Carlson from His Honor's I. Kappa Sig Homecoming floaf-"Orchids 'lo fhe Team." 2. "Curli-Q" per- formers-"The Hayburnersf' 3. Alpha Tau Homecoming house decorafions. 4. Sigma Tau house decorafions. 5. Alpha Sig Homecoming buffef supper for fhe acfive chapfer and alums. 6, Alpha Sig house decoralions for Homecoming- "Corky Clean 'em." 7. Tri Sig house decorafions-"E-Sfafe Laundry." 8. The pep rally affer fhe big parade. 9. Second place house decorafions-Kappa Sigma Epsilon. 86 tg, jf 15' AN' 'F' fn l 35120 -I ,gfz f Q A mf I Qffa Q4 0 'Mr 'Vo rjc QFG ONS? AO nf Og Wann... pumwm, 1 -,MW-.. Wf.wf -WWW ..w.,,mm,1,w,Wi-L.mM1W ,,,.Y..W..m...,MfAmM,,,.v,.v.f,..,,W.,,VMM,,WWy .v,,.,..,MW V . A., Mu-B-. ..AW.,,w,m,.v..M.W., , shoulder. Of course, afTer planfing a kiss on Queen JaneT, he fa- vored The lovely aTTendanTs, Roberfa Brose, Nedra .Pflaum, Mary Ruple, and Mary Jo Wilhife, Too. Following The presenTaTion of The house decorafion awards To The Phi DelTs, firsT place, and To The Kappa Sigs, second place, and afTer The remainder of The fooTball game, Corky hurried To The Homecom- ing Ball aT The Union. TWO BENEFIT performances of Curli-Q, a I6-acT varieTy show, re- placed The Follies. Six SI00 scholarships were provided by The profiTs. The scholarships were awarded To Darrell English, Ronald Hess, WilberT ProThe, Virginia Reed, David Wilkie, and Donald Zimmerman. FirsT in Corky's formal calendar was The Pi Kap "STardusT Sere- nade." This was followed by a heavy schedule of dances wiTh Corky aTTired in whiTe Tie and Tails buzzily execufing inTricaTe iifferbug sTeps, sTaTely walfzes and an occasional Charlesfon. Somefimes he had To Take in more Than one social evenT in an evening ,buf he made Them all-The Phi Sig "MoonlighT Shuffle," Alpha Tau "Devil's Play- Time," WinneTaska's "WinTer Wonderland," DeI+a Sig "Snowfall," Alpha Sig "Snow Ball," Tri Sig "Candy Cane Capers," Morse Hall's "Holiday lnn," Sig Tau "Fireside Rendezvous" and The Phi DeI+ "Swing." The fall social calendar included numerous all-school parTies spon- sored by The STudenT Council and The Sophomore Chrisfmas dance. A new dance band, The Top-HaTTers, as well as The Counfs provided music for The fall frivoliTies. BuT of course he couldn'T miss The Kappa Sig "Bowery ParTy" where Carol Haize was crowned queen. He "do si doed" wiTh The AKL's aT Their barn dance and froze wiTh The TheTa Sigs on Their hayrack ride. Since a relaTive on his moTher's side was a firebug, Corky hopped on The fire-Trucks wiTh The Alpha Sigs and was off for The "Fireman's Ball" where John "lck" Payne was crowned Firechief. IN 'X Q 0 S-ff' l. Emporia STaTe's seven seTs of HorneT Twins. 2, FaculTy square dance. 3. Fresh- men-sophomore wafer-TighT. 4. An all-school parTy. 5. Enfrance To The Adminis- Trafion Building. 6. The "Good Neighbor Day" parade. 7. The HorneTs NesT in The STudenT Union. 8. Our real-live Corky aT Homecoming. 9. A few of KSTC's foreign sTudenTs. 89 ln honor of fhe Chrisfmas season Corky painfed all of his gold sfripes red and buzzed in fo Presidenf MacFarlane's office fo help him selecf fhe annual E-Sfafe Chrisfmas card from among fhose made by Alpha Thefa Rho members. Corky and fhe Prexy decided fo use J. Warren Brinkman's design for holiday greefings fhis year. Even fhough Ole' Man Winfer seemed fo be loafing, Corky gof a bif of fhe Chrisfmas spirif af fhe YW-YM Chrisfmas Sing as fhe carols, Chrisfmas free and fhe sfory of fhe firsf Chrisfmas blended fo make him feel a bif mellow inside. THE FALL semesfer wasn'f all parfies, foofball games and gaiefy. There were several solemn nofes in each day as classes mef, home- work was assigned and pending finals loomed in fhe fufure. English and speech sfudenfs had some new courses from which fo choose. Advanced Composifion, The American Novel, and Vic- forian Poefs were added fo fhe English curriculum and a course in Children's Theafer fo fhe speech sfudenfs. An advance in fhe professionalizafion of feachers was faken af Corky's college fhis year when fufure feachers were required fo apply for admission fo fhe feacher fraining school. Corky skipped down fo fhe regisfrar's office fo help Mr. W. H. Singular, assisfanf regisfrar, celebrafe his 7Ofh birfhday and lasf day in his official capacify. Corky bid Mr. Singular a fond farewell affer his 33 years of service af E-Sfafe. Wifh more flapping of wings Corky waved good-bye fo Mrs. Rufh Alloway, and greefed Miss Helen Bishop as cafeferia direcfor. Square dances gained in popularify as nof only fhe weekly Recrea- fion Hours feafured fhe dancing, buf also fhe faculfy became bi- weekly squares wifh fheir every-ofher-Wednesday-nighf dances. Miss Cafherine Mendum and Mr. C. F. Gladfelfer backed fhe square dance movemenf on fhe campus. Kappa Delfa chapfer of Befa Befa Befa, infernafional honor so- ciefy in biological science, made ifs appearance on fhe campus and of course Corky was a charfer member. The ofher 35 charfer mem- A5 l. Delfa Sig formal. 2. Ccrny Cornwell af ore of 'the Toofball games. 3. Phi Sig formal. 4. Pi Kao formal. 5. Della Sig formal, 6. Carol Haize as Queen of fhe Bowery Parly, crowned by Kappa Sig pledge presidenl, Vic Klofz. 7. Alpha Sig Firemars Ball held ir fre KSTC gym. 8. lvar Trusler or a if-lc for The Top l-laffers. 9. An all-scncci parly in fhe Sfudenf Union Ballrcpom. 90 ,? 1' gawk 63 ' 31556 1 I , I if ,gp " f 2 4 afuiflyd K? A J M' A if ,Q I7 9384 4 my -fx:-ff ff . Mak rl., ' Q , 7. vw Mm QQ W , K K ,wry K, ,, Q af..3,z,Qw A + W an m'?ri'?if"'Hl?f' J-,wf -F5 'a '93 bers were: F. U. G. Agrelius, Dr. Ted F. Andrews, Merrill Afhon, Dr. John Breukelman, Merle E. Brooks, Paul Brooks, Ina Borman, Edward Calkins, Ivan Campbell, John Carr, Joan Chance, Kenneih Clayion, Dr. George Comsfock, Halsey Cook, Virgil Dowell, Charles Gaulding, C. F. Gladfelfer, John Gorman, Charles Graves, Gerald Green, Rob- er+ Hodge, Chrisiena Hoskin, Roberi' Hubbard, Louis Laurenzana, Eugene Mariana, Fred McCabe, James McLeod, Roberi' Presfon, Willis Rahlaff, Lois Redmond, George Spencer, Merlin Siaarz, Dwighi Waddell, Gilberi Zwickle, and Loren Zwingelberg. CORKY romped oul' 'l'o 'ihe Tri Sig house, look off his shoes and joined 'ihe girls and +heir dafes al' ihe Soc Hop early second semesier. Mr. Sfillman P. Vincenf won ihe iifle of "+oughes+ prof" and Miss Teresa Ryan +ook second place in 'ihe coniesi' as fhe siudenis filed quielly 'l'o +he polls, paid fheir fax 'io +he March of Dimes and vofed. Xi Phi sponsored The eleciion for fhe dubious honor. Shovels were lhe order of fhe day January 26 as numerous spade- fuls of ierrafirma marked +he ground breaking ceremonies for ihe William Allen While Library. Corky and 'I'he oiher digniiaries, in- cluding Presidenl' MacFarlane, Governor Carlson, and Siudenl Coun- cil Presidenl' McCormick, wielded fhe shovels. Several seniors receiving degrees from ihe music deparlmenl pre- senied fheir annual concerfs. Recifals were presenled by Josephine Bloxom, piano: Delores Bares, piano: Dorofhy Buckley, piano: Uel Burden, piano: Doroihy Heidebrechf, clarinei: Dolly May Highwood, organ: Marion Plummer, frombone: Alberl' Ropfogel, piano: and Earl Winchesier, voice. Wi+h painl' brush and easel fucked under his wing, Corky wel- comed Miss Sally O'Callaghan as 'ihe new elemeniary arf insirucior. E-STATE'S Bulleiin began publishing fwo issues per week in March. This is 'l'he firsi semi-weekly which has been published since before World War ll. I. The prize winners ai fhe Freshmen Kicl Parly. 2. Voling in lhe roiunda for Sludeni Council members. 3. Voling lor ihe 'Fioughesr Teacher on The Campus" sponsored by Xi Phi for The March of Dimes. 4. Siudenls praciice leaching for educalion courses in Roosevell High School. 5. Governor Frank Carlson ai ihe ground-breaking ceremonies for ihe new William Allen Whiie Memorial Library. 6. The baskelball game beiween Phi Sig and Phi Dell pledges. 7. Tri Sig soc-hop held al' ihe chapler house. 8. Mr. Singulans reiiremeni pariy. 9. Miss Jeffrey and her Chrisimas canolers. 93 E-S1'a+e's debafe reams did fhemselves proud as 'rhey compiled an impressive record of wins againsl' 'rough opposiiion. Corky adiusfed his horsewhip, and sfrode info his praciice +each- ing. Second semesfer 'rhe 'Teachers in fhe campus secondary school ou'l'numbered fhe pupils. Pracfice +eachers enrolled in secondary school work numbered I45 as compared wi+h 85 in 'ihe elemenfary school. Forfy-five sfudenfs are faking prac'l'ice 'leaching a'r 'l'he Emporia High School. Our winged emissary polished his fonsils for +he annual Phi Mu Alpha Singing Bee. He blended his funeful +ones wirh +he winning Tri Sigs and Sig Taus. Winneiaska and fhe Phi Del+s were awarded second place honors. Corky, complele wifh grace, ioined +he Rhylhmic Circle for fheir annual concer1'. ln observance of Eas'l'er 'I'he modern dance group presenfed a suife of Biblical numbers. One of which, "Were You There," was 'l'he ou'I's'I'anding dance of 'rhe concer'l'. O'l'her numbers included "Avenue Episode" and a primi+ive dance. THE SPRING parfy season was inifiafed by fhe Freshman Kid parfy. Corky was a social liHle Horner wifh a+ leasf 1'wo parries each week- end. Chief among his memories were fhe ln+er-Sororify Valen+ine Dance, Infer-Frai' Easier Hop, K-Club Dance, Junior-Senior Prom, Pi Kap Dinner Dance, Kappa Sig Salad Slide, Sigma Tau Rose Dance, Phi Sig Farmer's Ball, Phi Deli' Splash, and of course, 'ihe Anniversary Ball. E-S+a'I'ers goi' on 'l'he polifical frain when 'lhey organized a campus Republican Club and an Anderson for Governor Club. Bob Howard and Bill Ray are head moguls for each club respecfively. Corky had a liHle difficulfy adiusfing his cap and gown, buf he 'Finally succeeded in ioining +he seniors for lhe presiden+'s recepfion, baccalaureaie, and fhe commencemen+ dinner and exercises. Wiih a fond and fearful adieu 'I'o ihe depar'l'ing seniors, Corky squared his anfennae and said a fervenf prayer fo fhe regisirar for lo+s of slick liHle 'Freshmen for nexi' fall. vc I. Morse Hall formal ai' The Sludenl Union Ballroom. 2. Firsf place winners for lhe wornen's division al 'rhe Phi Mu Alpha Singing Bee-Sigma Sigma Sigma. 3. Rehearsal for one of 'lhe plays in Modern Language Evening. 4. Emporia S+a+e's prize-winning debaie squads. 5. Della Kappa's inslallafion of +he nafional biological science iralernily, Bela Bela Bela. 6. The lnler-Fralernily serenade in froni' of The Della Sig house. 7. An all-school pariy. , 94 Sl .W -2355 5 W Af? 2 'Z Q I fda? 3 .Lge Z5 ' "" "v1E:t5:if:' lin?-r -:litii 1111: 'T -- fm e l?-Q ,em 3 - K my ik Q '21 VN Q WW Ea! 5, 5 1 E ,pgggrix-Q f Ek , fd x ,wi 5? if My ,v egg 355 Ei? N ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA OFFICERS JANET TEICI-IGRAEBER . . . Presiden+ LOIS GARVIE . . . . Vice-Presidenlr DORIS WELLS . . .... Treasurer JEAN GRASS .... . Recording Secrefary DONNA BALLENTINE . ..... Edifor VIRGINIA TARR . . . . . . . Regisfrar MARY BETH I-IEUBERT . . . Corresponding Secretary FRANCES THOLEN . .... Rush Capfain JUNE ADAM . . . Inframurz-:Is fl- 98 Top Iefh Song pracfice. Top righ d d I Mddl I H J I Mrs. Rose Wes? I-IOUSEMOTH ER resse up. i e e: am ses Middle rigI1+: A game of cards. BQH A serenade. TI-IE CHAPTER I-IOUSE aI 929 Wesi' purchased in I947. L AII Q Wi. View 4, I XYIKI4 m 1 I ,WMQQ ' K ,y xx QW The ASA Year THE ALPHA Sigma Alpha House af 929 Wesf greefed ifs refurning occupanfs lasf fall wifh a new face provided by new drapes and seaf coverings furnished by fhe Alumnae chapfer and fhe Mofh- ers' Club. Wifh fhis fo back up fhe acfive members of fhe sororify, Rush Week was really a "Grand Slam" resulfing in I9 new pledges. Rush Week acfivifies were climaxed wifh fhe annual morning serenade, breakfasf, inifiafion, church, and dinner. Beginning fhe social circle was fhe Faculfy Tea followed by Hour Dances for fhe men's organiza- fions insfead of fhe former Open House. The an- nual Hayrack Ride was a hilarious evenf sparked by clever enferfainmenf from fhe pledges, fireside songs, and hofdogs. Homecoming was a successful occasion wifh work on fhe house decorafions and floaf and fhe Alumnae Buffef Dinner. Since Founders Day, No- vember I5, was so close, fhe fradifional Founders Day program followed fhe alumnae dinner. High- lighfed in fhe Homecoming acfivifies was fhe elec- fion of Janef Teichgraeber, presidenf, for fhe fifle of Peggy Pedagog. A Fireman's Ball was given by fhe pledges in 'the school gym. Sfreamers of red and black creaf- ed a false ceiling and fire hoses along fhe sides gave fhe parfy afmosphere. Guesfs were escorfed from fhe sororify house fo fhe gym in a fire wagon and presenfed wifh red firemen's hafs for favors. ICO Chrisfmas season acfivifies began wifh fhe an- nual Snow Ball. The "snow" fheme was carried ouf wifh a silver free in fhe middle of fhe floor sur- rounded by suspended dolls dressed fo represenf fhe Snow Princess and her helpers. The Counfs played for fhe formal which was held in fhe Broad- view Grill Room. Mofhers were invifed fo fhe Chrisfmas Parfy where giffs were exchanged wifh fhe help of Sanfa Claus porfrayed by one of fhe girls. Pledges heighfened fhe gaiefy wifh original songs. The sororify also parficipafed in fhe yearly Chrisfmas Sing. A+ fheir lasf meefing in December fhe acfive chapfer enferfained fhe Alumnae chapfer af fhe sororify house. They spenf fhe evening playing cards and lisfened fo a Chrisfmas sfory read by Miss Edna McCullough. Chrisfmas giffs from fhe Alumnae and Mofhers Club were silver and punch cups. Due fo fhe pending membership quofa vofed in by fhe Pan-Hellenic Council, 'lhe Alpha Sigs wenf easy on second semesfer Rush Week, buf wel- comed one new pledge, Darleen Deifrich. The Preferenfial Dinner was held af Frazier's Cafe. During fhe spring semesfer fhe members held fheir annual Fafher-Daughfer Banquef, Spring For- mal, and Mofhers' Tea. They enfered fhe Song Fesf and af fhe end of fhe semesfer, said farewell fo 'rhe deparfing seniors af a breakfasf af fhe lake. l l Alpha Sig ac'Hvi+ies were noi' all social for 'rhey 'helped raise "pin money" by selling programs a+ ,fhe fooiball and baslceiball games and sold benefif show +iclce+s for fhe Mofhers' Club. Scholarship 'was also emphasized wifh pledge and aciive awards. The seasonal in+ramurals occupied many of vlhe girls during free hours. Graieful aclcnowledgmenr for help and guidance is given +o Mrs. Rose Wesi, housemoiher who has been wi+h fhe girls since I934 lher record speaks for ifselflg +o Miss Edna McCullough, head of ihe physical educa+ion deparfmenf, who refired her posi+ion as sponsor of ihe sorori+y +his year: and +o Miss Jean Gunderson of +he music facul+y, sponsor. In summary, fhe year was a wonderful experience for all of +he girls in Alpha Sigma Alpha sororify who fulfilled +he sororiiy aims for scholasfic, spirif- ual, physical and social developmeni' in each of iis members. Top row: Acan' Dane Ba'len"ne Donna Bailenfne, Briix, Bycn, Crance Co line Crisps. 2nd row: Dahllverg, Day, Dreese, Gafvie, Gibson, Grass, Grimes, G-rch. 3rd row: 'Urine' Harris l-'affson l-lea", l-lornb34e' H.eoerT Karnes. Knrolfk. 4fh row: Kernfnerrer, C. Kocn, M. Koch, Leonard, Lisfer, Palferson Pennn. Pnce. Sfh row: SCOH, Seefnen Si-anncn, B. Silvio R. Sfefie Sunre' Robbins iarr. Boffom row: ieicncyeeber Tnolen, Warren, Wells. K , , . sg.. KK , K 2 ' 7 -i ' f 'iir f ' ' ff Wi- f ' Yee. in r -ff 'ff-if? Jeri. y s ,','-,, Y T wif f i , 'W T Axim... ' ' is I A was i K K ,E K K K ,L i a n ' A , in f 3,5 K , :K E K KK ,.g, K. K. Km K J K A : . , K K w, . . K 1 . 1K I ,K T -i EK 3 . Vryk .W ,KKK KE ,gl I N: KKK K x .i l - 1 wa' -' as - V, .S , Us 'I ' .U K -, , ,, K K A N . ,ggK,, KKKKKK K 1 -..- 5 - if . L -V ,,., , V., - .. W' we "wi ' ' ii 'T' 'A ' i an,-sr K 1. ,,,w-K K KEKMK K - .HW , WK . w w M . ' y ' 's , ,9i. Q. z 1 ,'s. , . Q' .X a h - L'f--, 'eh " ' A r aww' "" X A . , J., as , K . I, qznz K Mm ' , AK . -. . .. 'f -.sf -' K K K K ,..- SWK K ALPHA SIGMA TAU OFFICERS ELEANOR WI-IITLOW . . Presidenr . Vice-Presidenr PATSY COX. . . NORMA BARNCORD . . Recording Secrerary I-IELEN WALLS . . Corresponding Secrerary DORIS ANDERSON . . . . Rush Caprain PATSY COX .... Pan-I-Iellenic Represeniarive DORIS ANDERSON . . Pan-I'IeIIenic Represenrarive ELEANOR WI-IITLOW . Pan-I-IeIIenic Represenrarive IO2 Mrs. E+I1yI Nason I-IOUSEMOTHER Top Iefis Hard af work! Top rigI1'r In officers. Middle: Oh! Thar +es+. L Lower righh Sfudying for Hue p fesf. THE CHAPTER HOUSE af IOOb C Iufion, purchased in I926. Ieff: Homecoming house decoraf I dq The AST Year ALPHA CHAPTER of Alpha Sigma Tau was found- ed af Michigan Sfafe Normal College, Ypsilanfi, Michigan, on November 4, l899. lofa chapfer of Alpha Sigma Tau was founded af Emporia Sfafe, April 7, I925. There are fwenfy-eighf chapfers in fhis nafional organizafion, and fhe lofa chapfer was fhe sevenfh fo be founded. The Alpha Taus began fhe year wifh a busy schedule for fhe fall Rush Week. The social fheme was, "Tau Heaven." ll' was carried ou'l' in fhe par- fiesz "Meefing Sf. Pefer," "Swinging on fhe Golden Gale," "Angel's Play+ime," and "En'I'rance fo Tau Heaven." The week was climaxed by fhe pledging of fwelve new girls. The second semesfer Rush Week fheme was "Alpha Tau Round-Up." lf was included in fhe parfies: "Howdy Par'l'ner," "Bunk- house Poker Game," and "The Lasf Round-Up." Af fhe close of Rush Week nine new girls were pledged. They were: Myra Comp, Lois Carmichael, Colleen Fowler, Myra Hawley, Marylee Keine, Ja Neane Friend, Lenore Lindholm, Sally Pyle, and Reifa Sargenf. ln honor of fhe sororify's fiffiefh birfhday, a formal dinner was held on Founders Day, November 4 af fhe Mif-Way Cafe. Homecoming fhemes fhis year were "Clean 'Em Up" for fhe floaf, and "Clean Sweep" for fhe house decorafions. The Alpha Taus wenf all ouf for fhe evenfs and had a wonderful fime working fogefher on fhese confribufions fo fhe usual fesfivi- fies. The visifing alums helped fo make fhe oc- casion a memorable one. The organizafion was well represenfed in fhe new show, "Curli-Q". June Dupy, Tillie Lyons, and Sally Pyle all parficipafed in fhe chorus line number "Hay Burners". The girls asked fheir besf boy friend of fhe mo- menf, donned ieans and plaid shirfs, climbed aboard fhree hayracks and were off for a wonder- ful fime. Huge plafes of spagheffi, chunks of French bread, and cups of sfeaming hof coffee were served af fhe hayrack ride, which fook fhe group fo Murdock's. Affer eafing and singing songs around a large campfire, fhe pledges enferfained wifh a shorf song abouf each acfive. When fhe fire had died down, fhe whole group rode back fo fown and, affer a brief sfop af 'I'he sororify house, wenf fo fhe Sunsef lnn for an evening of dancing. All was excifemenf as we prepared 'lo go fo fhe fall formal, given af fhe Broadview by fhe pledge class. The fheme was "Devil's Playfime," which did nof need explanafion as fhe ballroom was realisfi- cally decorafed wifh red crepe paper fashioned info fhe shape of flames and fhe Devil himself presided over fhe evenfs of fhe evening. Music for dancing pleasure was furnished by The Counfs. Chrisfmas fesfivifies were especially gay fhis year wifh a lovely Chrisfmas dinner followed by fhe exchanging of many giffs. One uniquely wrapped box surprised us by confaining fhe an- nouncemenf of fhe engagemenf of Marfha Reece fo Dick Nelson. On fhe Sunday before vacafion, fhe Alpha Taus wenf fo church as a group. Two Alpha Taus became new members of fhe Emporia Sfafe Players fhis year. They were: Helen Kleile and Joleen Woolcoff, who gave fheir besf in "The Winslow Boy." The Alpha Taus were also represenfed in fhe producfion "The Male Animal" by Marfha Madole. ln fhe polifical lime-lighf, represenfing Alpha Sigma Tau, was Marfha Jean Reece, who was elecf- ed vice-presidenl' of 'rhe Freshman Class, and Joan Kloxin, elecfed vice-presidenl' of lhe Sophomore Class. Mrs. Fred Griffiih, who is an lofa alumna, was elec'I'ed presidenl' of fhe Third Dis+ric'I' of fhe Alpha Sigma Tau sorori+y a+ fhe nalional conven- lion held in Defroif, Michigan. The nighl' of 1'he Singing Bee found 'rhe Alpha Taus aH'ired in spring formals, singing our sweef- hearl' song, wi+h Marilyn Hayden as fhe direcfor and soloisl. The lheme, "Romance," was carried oul' by 'ihe songs, "Falling ln Love," "A Small Ho+el," and "Blue Room." Parenls' Day, a change from 'rhe usual Mofhers' week-end, was held on April 30 for fhe parenfs of lhe girls fhis spring. The occasion proved l'o be an evenl' 'ihal' was enioyed by all. The highlighl' of l'his year's social season was 'lhe annual spring formal, "Tau Heaven," held in 'l'he Broadview Grill Room. The decora'I'ions provided a spring-like afmosphere, and l'he +radi+ional "good lime had by all" seemed even beH'er l'han in 'lhe previous years. I Q 4 i I f D, a ,4- . x 4 i , Q The year i950 marks Mofher Nason's +hirl'een+h year of loving and undersianding wafch over 'rhe Alpha Taus. To you, Mo'l'her Nason, we say "Thank You" for +he guidance and comforling assurance ihal' you have given fo us lhroughoul' lhese years. We would also like lo express our deepesl' apprecia- 'rion +o Mo+her Graham for her assislance as house- moiher during 'ihe sudden sickness of Mo'I'her Nason. To our sponsor, Mrs. Roy Durham, we exlend our apprecialion for her wonderful work in help- ing us carry oul' our various acfiviliesg a greal' deal of credil for our success resls wil'h her. Yes, l'his year wilh il's many never-'l'o-be-forgo+- len memories has been wonderful and kind fo Alpha Sigma Tau. Top row: Anderson Barncord, Barr, Blood, Burkelf, Cook, Cox, Duncan. Znd row: Dupy, l-larbaugh, Hayden, Heli, l-lill, Janssen, Johnson, Kleile. 3rd row: Kloxin, Lyons, McMullen, Madole, Miller, Morgan, Reece, Srnelhefs. Boffom row: Travis, Walls, Whillow, Whil- wo"", Wiens, Woolcoll, Wovell. No? picfured: Edwa'ds. 7,4 X K AQ, is , A A .,.:gy K if I .. Q S " fi .3 my fs' s ' A A' ,,. fs . , A f A ii an as N , Q, LLL! I I 'W E , ,i 53" 'Wi V' , .17 by W .e T1-if 3" ,, L- 2 ii i ' K ,.Yi -, I . A l la lv IOS DELTA SIGMA EPSILON OFFICERS DOLORES GOAD . . . . Presidenr VERMONA SCI-IWAUB . . . Vice-Presidenr ROBERTA BRILES . . . Recording Secrerary ELIZABETH KOCI-I . . Corresponding Secreiary JOANNE RAIVIY . . Alumna Secrefary ROBERTA BROSE . . . Treasurer MURIEL SUTTON . . Chaplain JOAN BAILEY . . Edi+or DOLORES ROCK . . . I-Iisforian JOANN REYNOLDS . . Sergeanr-ar-Arms NORMA WINZLER . . Rush Capfain IO6 Mrs. Ne-IIie Hall HOUSEMOTHER Upper Ieff: Delia Sig homecoming dec- orafions. Upper righ'I: Gab-Iesr. Middle: Song pracrice. Lower Ieffc Second se- mesrer pIedges. Lower righh The offi- CSFS. TI-IE DELTA SIG HOUSE ar IOO5 Mer- chani' was purchased in I924, and has been occupied by The soror Iy since Thai' Iime. fi 4 , - ,m"'.'w 1 I lO7 '-CTM A N5 a 1 'QM I Y , 01' wg. 1 2 ,g ip The DSE Year A CRUISE wifh Delfa Sigma Epsilon opened rush week acfivifies al' l005 Merchanf and affer a shorl' buf wonderful fime, our voyage was climaxed wifh sixfeen pledges affending 'lhe Rush Capfain's Dinner. Founders Day, Sepfember 29, revived many memories as fhe Alumnae chapfer, fhe acfive chap- fer, and fhe new pledge class mel' for fhe firsf fime fhis year. The evening opened wifh a dinner given by fhe Alumnae and was broughf fo a close wifh fhe inspirafional Founders' Day ceremony. The second meefing of fhe Alumnae and Collegiafe Chapfers was held on Ocfober I3, af which fime a picnic was held af Mouse's Cabin. To become beffer acquainfed wifh our insfruc- fors, a faculfy 'rea was given in Ocfober. We en- ioyed fhe affernoon, because we found fhaf 'lhey are human and fhaf fhey do like fo forgel' school and have a good fime. The harvesl' moon added gaiefy fo fhe annual hayrack ride, which 'look place in lafe aufumn. The moon was so brighf fhaf fhe Delfas and fheir dafes decided fo refurn fo fhe house for an informal evening of dancing. Homecoming saw many changes af E-Sfafe fhis year. Curli-Q replaced fhe Follies and a colorful parade was added. Our floaf was called "Toasf To Vicfory." To decorafe fheir house, fhe Delfa Sigs buried fhe Piffsburg Gorillas by placing fhem in a neaf liffle cemefery in fronf of fhe chapfer house. The refurning alumnae were honored af a buffef supper. Many affended and old friendships were renewed. Anofher change on our campus was fhe weekly hour dance, which replaced fhe cusfomary open house weekend. The Delfas welcomed 'lhis change, because if allowed one evening wifh each organiza- fion. December broughf in a rush of Chrisfmas par- fies. "Snowfall" was a very appropriafe fheme for fhe annual pledge formal held December 2. Dec- orafions of snow flakes and brighf sfars never lef one forgef fhe fheme of fhe parfy. The week before Chrisfmas vacafion found us in fhe midsf of Holiday acfivifies. We parficipafed in fhe annual Y-Sing, which drew us closer fo fhe ofher organizafions on fhe campus. On fhe same nighl' we had our annual Alumnae-Mofhers' Club Chrisfmas parfy. Abouf one hundred people gafh- ered af fhe Delfa House for dinner, an exchange of presenfs and singing. A semi-formal dance was our final parfy. January was anofher busy monfh. Finals, Rush Week, and fhe beginning of anofher semesfer were 'lhe main ifems on our calendar. Second semesfer Rush Week broughf us eighf new pledges and fen new acfives. The pledges, who now wear fhe pin of Delfa Sigma, were Joan McRiIl, Jewell Hill, Lila Lufz, Joan Olm, Jane Connelly, Jeanneffe Brandf, Charloffe Haize, and Darlene Schwendiman. April Fools Day was fhe dafe for fhe Delfa Sig spring formal. "The Counfs" played for fhe dance and our fheme was cenfered around Easfer. We always sef one day aside a year for our dads. This year we made April 2l a special day wifh our Eafher-Daughfer Banquef. We enjoyed fhis shorf fime wifh our fafhers and ended fhe occasion by singing fheir favorife songs of Delfa Sigma Epsilon. Mofhers Day, anofher annual even'l' was held during fhe firsf day of May. We affended church in a group and fhen affer dinner we inifiafed our new acfive mofhers info fhe Mofhers' Club. Graduafion was fhe end of a long and wonder- ful fime fo nine of our girls. Joanne Ramy and Josephine Bloxom received special honors by hav- ing fheir names placed in Who's Who. Much credif for a successful year goes fo 'l'he sponsor, Rufh Offersfrom. Beulah Houlfon, fhe pledge sponsor, who was ill, was missed. Her place was filled capably by Marie Berg, an alumna. Mofher Hall has been a confinual source of inspira- fion. Her kindness has been appreciafed by every member of our sororify. Top row: Angel, J. Bailey, V. Bailey, Bearngard, Blox- om, Bock, Briles, Brockelman. 2nd row: Brose, Cleary, Crowe, English, Fankhauser, Pearl, Goad, Groh. 3rd row: -laize, Hoffman, Hooper, Klumpe, Koch, Libben, Louia, Luiz. 4lh row: McWherTer, Mayes, Moore, Nelson, Oyler, Posey, Ramy, Reynolds. Sfh row: Rock, Schwaub, Shields, Sullon, Thorpe, VanOrden, Winzeler, Zeiqler. , ' J . X' , 4 '- 'g i f l - I .ka : I iii ., , A rx . E f ....s -' -' ,V yi K .P . , ,.r ., Q K K 1. 2 sse. . X 1 X if f s or 2 Q. . S , 3' if . ,ii A ., S A' il? . 9. . 5 .. f ..5ik,,.,7,7,T 1 , ,V ,, 1 i , .1 . . , .sr 5 " i 'L . L' ' 133, J J . K ,", 5 gg I ,. .jg 6, I Hr . ' M Q E as 2 1 E g " - . W5 if l S? 2,3-v 1: K J if .X f .BV . we? ' . zi' '- nf- . J 2 '-We 4 J ee . ,.'i F f fe . , Q 'E .sli Q s eq, Y . F f Wim, I M A -. V i. 'f,, A ,sg . ,.,, - ,E ' H .- 'f V g 'I' .G K Lf. 4 45. .v,i 5? xx K .. , .. ii.: iffw ,ef ,Q ,, , V gig' A f -- 'f,, .Q , J ig -.mil i Ar .. ,Eg . . 11 .- 5 K -F ,fi ..-v L sye PI KAPPA SIGMA OFFICERS RUBY BIEWENER . . . . Presidenf CYNTHIA JCHANNING .... Vice-Presiderd LAVON FAULEY . . . Corresponding Secretary DORIS KIND . . . Recording seefeerefy CLARICE BUTTRQN . . Corresponding Edifor CHRISTENA Hesmm . . . . . Reporrer BARBARA RIEFER . . Keeper of Archives JACQUELINE RAY . . Serqeanf-af-Arms NINA WIGGINS . ..... Treasurer NINA WIGGINS . . Pemellenae Represenfafive IIO Mrs. Bermce Smifh HOUSEMOTH ER Top left A Pr Kap formal, lop rlghfz Sewg pradfce. Middle: Voqee-I97Of Lower lefh A qoea srfwry. Lower rlghfz The officers. THE CHAPTER HOUSE ai I32 Wear IZHW Avenue. The house was purchased M l922. 5' 'Y is A "'f-Q ,WX S f 3 W 2 W 1. 3, ,QE The PKS Year TWELVE ACTIVES, wifh varying degrees of sun- 'I'ans, came back fo fhe house af I32 Wesf I2fh fhis fall. Prexy, Ruby Biewener, had iusf refurned from fhe Nafional Pi Kap convenfion af Grand Canyon, Arizona: and she was newly inspired wifh greaf enfhusiasm. Thaf her enfhusiasm was cafch- ing became evidenf when fhe Pi Kap Cruise during rush week landed wifh eleven new pledges. The group, now numbering fwenfy-fhree, en- joyed enferfaining fhe frafernifies and independenf men's organizafions during fhe hour dances af fhe house. Homecoming fesfivifies broughf a pleasing cli- max fo fhe hours spenf in preparafion for fhe various acfivifies. Many refurning alums were wel- comed af fhe buffef supper given for fhem. To add fo fhe regular fhrill fhaf goes wifh fhis annual occasion, fhe Pi Kaps were honored fo have one of fheir members, Mary Ruple, chosen by fhe foofball feam as a candidafe for Homecoming Queen. The pledges using a "Sfar Dusf" fheme success- fully fransformed fhe Sfudenf Union Ballroom info an earfhly paradise in which fhey graciously enfer- fained acfives and guesfs af fhe annual pledge formal. Commode Bowl Queen, Adelyn Deschner, was chosen by fhe members of Phi Sigma Epsilon fo reign over fheir annual Commode Bowl foofball game. Also, Rae Deane Roberfs was chosen by fhe girls fo be our candidafe for Sigma Tau Gamma Rose queen. A formal fea was given by fhe Alumnae Chapfer for our housemofher, Mrs. Bernice Smifh. Sororify and frafernify housemofhers, pafronesses, and mem- bers of fhe faculfy were invifed guesfs. The fradifional Chrisfmas breakfasf parfy was observed wifh formal serving of fhe meal, group singing of Chrisfmas carols, pledges reading fhe leffers 'rhaf fhey had wriffen Sanfa Claus for fhe acfives, and giff exchanging under fhe Chrisfmas free. lnvifed guesfs were Mrs. Bernice Smifh, housemofher: Dr. Minnie Miller, faculfy sponsor: Mrs. Lesfer Laird, Mrs. Harold Swinf, and Mrs. Roger Moon, pafronesses. Af fhe close of Rush Week acfivifies second semesfer, Joyce "Mickey" Allam, Nancy Curfis, lris Hunfsinger, Rae Deane Roberfs, Barbara Row- land, and Nancy Tunison became parf of our or- ganizafion. The Spring Dinner Dance, held af fhe Hofel Broadview, afforded an evening of enchanfmenf for everyone. The lovely dinner, fhe music by fhe Top Haffers, and fhe renewed friendship of a greaf many alums made fhis a long remembered evenf for fhe Pi Kaps. The Mofhers' Day Dinner was given for fhe mofhers of fhe girls. A shorf enferfainmenf was presenfed-fhen fhe remainder of fhe day was spenf in visifing and geffing acquainfed wifh everyone. Mofher Smifh was given a special recog- nifion fhis year af 'lhe Mofher's Day Dinner when fhe girls presenfed her wifh fhe Pi Kap Mofhers pin. Individual honors won fhis year by fhe members of fhe organizafion include: Ruby Biewener, Xi Phi: Mary Ruple, secrefary and freasurer of fhe Senior Class, Nina Wiggins, co-chairman of Thefa Omega Pi: June Wachholz, presidenf of Sigma Pi Sigma: Clarice Buffron, presidenf of Sigma Alpha lofag Chrisfena Hoskin, secrefary of Befa Befa Befag Doris Kind, sfafe secrefary of fhe Home Economics Club: Adelyn Deschner, senior represenfafive of fhe Sfudenf Council: and Barbara Kiefer, chosen fo T represenf Kansas colleges and universifies af fhe Nafional Manufacfurers Associafion Convenfion in New York Cify. Many familiar faces will be missing from our group nexl' fall, buf fhose refurning will never cease working fo uphold and fo carry on fhe fradifions and sfandards of fhe sororify. Pi Kappa Sigma, fhe pioneer in fhe pedagogical field as an educafional sororify, was founded No- vember I7, I894, af Michigan Sfafe Normal Col- lege, Ypsilanfi, Michigan, by Georgia Fox, a sfu- denf, and fhirfeen companions. These girls were congenial friends wifh high scholasfic sfanding and loffy ideals. Their idea in forming fhe organizafion was fo enioy fhemselves socially and improve in- fellecfually: so Pi Kappa Sigma, 'lhe oldesf nafional educafional sororify, had a commendable begin- ning. ln l9I5, fhe widening opporfunify for women in feaching, as leaders and policy makers, led fo broadening fhe scope of work fo be accomplished by chapfers fo prepare members fo fill fhese places, and fo give beffer service in fheir work as makers of ideals and molders of fhe coming ciiizens of fhis ever-increasingly imporfanl' counfry. To keep pace fo more girls, fhe number of members was changed from fhe original fhirfeen fo an unlimifed number. A+ fhis fime fhe policy of Pi Kappa Sigma was broadened wifh fhe idea of giving fhe feachers college girl a social sororify. I+ was found +ha+ fhe only fype of sfudenf noi enioying fhe privileges of membership in a nafional organizafion was 'rhe one fraining for fhe feaching profession. Pi Kappa Sigma became a member of fhe Asso- ciafion of Educafional Sororifies in I9l7 af fhe sec- ond biennial conference. On February 22, l9l8, lofa Chapfer was organ- ized af Kansas Sfafe Teachers College in Emporia. Af fhe presenf fime fhere are fwenfy-nine acfive chapfers of fhe sororify. Pi Kappa Sigma was vofed info associafe mem- bership of fhe Nafional Panhellenic Conference in November, I947. A sororify can iusfify ifself and live in perpefuify only 'through unselfish service in unswerving loyalfy. Our greafesf happiness comes from helping fhose we love, and for whom we have a sisferly bond and sympafhefic undersfanding. Top row: Biewener, B. Borfz, N. Borlz, Brown, Buffron wifh 'rhe broadening democrafic ideals and fo give Desfhnef, Pauley. Gordon- 2nd row: Guy, Hager, Harris. l l 0 . U . . . Hoskin, Johanning, Kiefer, Kind, Kisner. Boffom row opporfunify for framing inlhahve and cooperaflon Mimeli, Parker, Ray, Ruple, vofan, wachhouz, Wiggins Not picfured: Ashlock. 'i . , 1 ' K K 1 , 'Ve .J R 23 - J' lv , We SM , I N s , Lys. , i an , 20" a fs' 7 Y ' " H V an r S P 'S f ,,. gf ,Haig K. . . s,.,i,H r , H ix D ' 5' r r i K .z' " 'L P. is .. - 5' as N ' if 1 ' We . s if 'f is U .i g SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA OFFICERS BARBARA MARMONT . . . Presiolenl ANN WELCH . . . . . . Vice-Presidenl MARY JO WILHIIE . . . Recording Secrelary KATHRYN VANCE . . ...... Treasurer JOAN KINGSLEY . . Corresponding Secrelary DEAUN TAYLOR . . . . Keeper of Grades VIRGINIA RUSSELL ........ Song Leader JO REIGLE, ANN MUELDENER . . . Rush Caplains MARY HEFNER ........ Social Chairman NEDRA PFLAUM . . . Pan-Hellenic Represenlalive - .N ax II4 ay -Wi W 2 I l Mrs. Alice Sullivan HOUSEMOTH ER Top Iefl: Music apprecialion. Top righf: Playing dress-up. Middle: Praclicing for Ilwe Singing Bee. Lower Ieffz Tri Sig Homecoming Iloal. Lower rigI'1+: More music! THE CHAPTER HOUSE al 4I8 Wesl' l2+Iw was purchased in I945. Vi: xx 'J bf 4 5. is ssh The SSS Year SIGMA SIGMA Sigma sTarTed The fall semesTer wiTh "SomeThing Old, Somefhing New"-namely Rush Week which Triumphed in a resulT of fourTeen new pledges. A few weeks laTer all The fraTerniTies and Mu Epsilon Nu appeared wearing smiles from ear To ear aT The Hour Dances given by Tri Sigma. In OcTober we were very proud when we showed The Emporia moThers Through our chapTer house and enTerTained Them laTer aT Tea. WiTh The busTle of Homecoming came Three more evenTs for The Tri Sigs: a floaT wiTh The Theme, "We've Goi' The Game on lce"g house decoraTions, E-STaTe Laundry: and a huge buffeT dinner for The alumnae and TwenTy-one guesfs from Chi chapTer of Sigma Sigma Sigma aT PiTTsburg. OuT of The five candidaTes for Peggy Pedagog chosen by The foofball squad we were proud To iclaim Two, Mary Jo WilhiTe and Nedra Pflaum. T Candy Cane Capers, The pledge formal, cli- maxed The Fall semesTer's acTiviTies. The ballroom was decoraTed by a huge silver ChrisTmas Tree adorned wiTh candy canes, and The pillars were wrapped To represenT large pepperminT sTicks. Susie Meador surprised The guesTs by her firsT ap- pearance singing wiTh The Top HaTTers. Harlan Long drew The lucky dance program which crowned him Kandy King of The ball. The annual ChrisTmas dinner including Turkey wiTh all The Trimmings was held aT The Broadview and was followed by a parTy and gifT exchange aT The chapTer house. Again This year Pi ChapTer won The Pan-Hellenic scholarship award for The highesT grade average of I949. Tri Sigma claims a greaT many "wheels" on The campus. Joan PaTTerson is a senior represenTaTive To The STudenT Council. Marianne Hoch presides over The Freshman Class and Virginia Russell is vice- presidenf of The Junior Class. Virginia Higgins wields The gavel aT The Home Ec Club. Louise Van Gundy keeps The minuTes and counTs The pennies aT Splash Club. MarTha Hassler is noT only Treas- urer of Omega LiTerary SocieTy, buT also is presi- denT of Kappa DelTa Pi, honorary educaTion so- cieTy, ThaT iusT pledged Janice Case, Virginia Rus- sell, Gloria Redfield, and Barbara Riddle. DoroThy HeidebrechT is secreTary of SAI and Zelma Dee Markowifz is Treasurer of The Newman Club. Win- nie Drake claims The vice-presidency of Alpha TheTa Rho, and Virginia Russell is secreTary of The Em- poria STaTe Players. Tri Sigma was especially proud when Winnie Drake and MarTha Hassler pledged Xi Phi, honorary leadership fraTerniTy. AnoTher one of our "lovelies," Jo Riegle, was aTTendanT To The queen aT The annual Kappa Sig Bowery ParTy. Too, Jo Riegle and Marianne Hoch donned cheerleaders' uniforms and BeTh Lewis sTruTs along as drum maior for The band. Second semesTer began wiTh The pledging of six new girls: RoJean Reynolds, Phyllis Henry, Joyce Miller, Gayle Wilson, Mary STarner and Faye Lam- berT. "Park your shoes in The vesTibule and come on in" was The greeTing aT The Soc Hop, an informal dance held aT The house, February 3. ThaT's righT, everyone Took off Their shoes and had a wonderful Time! April 20, Sigma Sigma Sigma's Founders Day was celebraled by a formal banquel a+ +he Broad- view Hofel. ,. . Top row: Aiexgannef Aniewon Banca' Sfcwn Carngo ease Done Dame. 2nd row: Edwawb Famer, G if Hassle' Heiney Hggim, Heifiebrechl Hocli. 3rd row Jeri' Jones Kirin K'nf1:lSv,, L-eonivd Lewis Long Low fllh row: Lyrics, McNally, Markowilz, Mafmonl Mei Move Moser M The lasl' highligh+s of 'lhe year were Mo+her's weelc-end, 'lhe spring formal and we enferfained dales a+ an informal picnic and dance. mf' , X 13 a I, ,E me gown 1 neifiener. Sfh row: Paffsymon P M ina i R541 P 1 Reigv Rial e Raaaeil SLOTM blh r w Swwifh, Taylor Turnbull, Vance, VanGundv, Wi in W':"ef', Wirke. 71h row: Woes, Wooabau, W Noi picfured: He-nnesf ', ,.., A A N" M f i K M F W , ,Vt . M f QW me 1 r -"'r I F xi K.. V QF- 5' -ds. ,J K fa is xi 1 ff-1.3 ..' vv X, fi, , ig Q- ,pgjzil Jiii izs ' N.. Wi in ,L is-5 gg' L55 'wi ii 'I W' X m 1 . we. y if gi, gk -A r r M ff-Q. , if a , K A 2 .'-' 1' . ,, . Q 1 ,. ' H I ' F A ' rr e f - Kiwi A . 5 ff' , i lk i 13 vw II7 THETA SIGMA UPSILON SEPTEMBER FIRST found Thefas par+ing from Iheir summer vacalion and idle hours Io +he ever-ac+ive and ever-lovin' days as a The+a. The firsf week found us busily cleaning house, making prepara+ions for Rush Week, and reviewing our vacafion days. Miss Galley, our sponsor, I'oId us of her numerous experiences while Iouring Europe. CharIo'H'e King and Frances McCabe, having iusl' refurned from our Nafional Convenfion ai' French Lick, Indiana, broughl' 'I'o us many new and inieresfing ideas. Bul' +he grea+es+ news of all was +ha+ Alpha chapier had been presenfed wiI'h Ihe Nafional Progress Cup. AI' Ihe conclusion of Rush Week, wi'I'h "CandyIand" as I'he Iheme, Alpha chapfer chose Irene Hogan, Cafherine Linehan, and Jo Ann French fo become our new sislers. Also we chose Miss Josephine Logan, as a new co-sponsor and we are very happy Io have her wifh us. The pledges gol' our fall acfivifies off 'Io a wonderful sfarf by en'I'er+aining +he acfives wi+h a supper and a hayrack ride. Each of our guesis received a miniaiure skillei' favor as a reminder of Ihe Theia Hayrack Ride of '49, The doors of Ihe Thefa house were opened Io welcome frafernify and independenf men 'Io an Hour Dance. Once each week, we were II8 Mrs. Beryl Newlon HOUSEMOTHER OFFICERS CHARLOTTE KING Presidenf CHARLEN E BRADFORD Vice-Presidenl' ESTH ER ZIMMERMAN Secrefary FRANCES McCABE Treasurer IYLA GAY Edifor CAROL KNIGHT Pan-Hellenic Represenfafive SUE FOY Rush Capfain Mrs. BERYL NEWTON Housemofher Top Ieffz Hard al work. Top righ'I: "A da+e?" Lower Iefh Gelfing ready for a big dale. Lower righfz A good Iime dancing. THE CHAPTER HOUSE AT IO27 CON- STITUTION, PURCHASED IN I947. 4 fr J' M gf Ya 115 'K 1 E -1 b A N 1 , P QQ? ages 1 , L 8 ik 'fig .Y if 4,4 . 4. , - - f A , 3,42-+ 1 J 'L' ,gfw M -. l 3 Q " . "Y V ' , :gi-2,,:i,',:n H f 2l35wfiif5 f W EK ' I ,Je 5' .mc A A' , ,ei "" x W ' 'E 13" French, Foy, Gay, Hogan, Kung. Znd .s A 'ii J l s, l Top row: Bradford, Dorris, row: Kniqhf, Linenan MCC No? plcfuredfSfewarl'. busy changing records on fhe "luke box" and roll- ing up fhe rug, preparing for fhe hour's enferfain- menf. Homecoming was an exciling 'lime for fhe Thefas. Nof only did we have many of our own alumnae wifh us, buf also we had several girls from Epsilon chapfer af Piffsburg as our guesfs af fhe various acfivifies fhroughouf fhe week-end. Each year we look forward 'ro having our mofhers as our special guesfs. On November l9, Mofhers week-end began wifh a 'reap fhe fable was decoraf- ed fo carry oul' an aufumn fheme. Sunday morning all of us affended church and fhen refurned fo fhe chapfer house for a furkey dinner. Each mofher was presenfed a corsage of aufumn flowers. ln fhe affernoon 'lhe service for fhe Mofher-Pafroness degree was held. We are fhankful fo all fhe mofh- ers who fraveled fo Emporia and made fhis annual evenf a memorable success. Wifh December came many more busy days. Our Chrisfmas spirif was exemplified by 'l'he prep- arafion of boxes for orphans and a baskef of food for a needy family. We spenl' much fime pracficing for fhe Y-Sing which was held in fhe Sfudenl' Union Ballroom. The Mofhers' Club enferfained fhe acfive chapfer afga parfy given in our honor. Our Chrisf- mas acfivifies were climaxed wifh fhe fradifional formal dinner. Each girl accompanied by her faculfy guesl' joined in fhe candlelighi' procession and abe Newcomer, Quincy, Zirnrrevnar, moved slowly down fhe sfaircase fo fhe dining room where dinner was served. Snowmen, sleighs, skiers, and ice-skafers carried oul' fhe second semesfer rush week fheme "Thefa Snow Fes+ival". A formal pledging was held for Joan Rigsby, Beffy Lewis, and Mildred Boyer. We are proud fo have chosen fhese fhree girls fo wear fhe forch pin of Thefa Sigma Upsilon. On April I, 'lhe pledges again enferfained 'lhe acfives. This fime if was wifh a formal dance af fhe Broadview Hofel Grill Room. Rose-covered frellises, spraying founfains, and park benches car- ried oul' fhe fheme of "Founfain Misl"' as fhe Thefa Sigs and fheir guesfs danced fo fhe music of fhe Top Ha'H'ers band. Parenfs Day was held on April 30. The fheme, "April Showers Bring May Flowers" was carried ouf al' fhe banquef wifh small umbrellas and spring flowers. Guesfs included parenfs of all 'rhe girls, pafronesses and pafrons, sponsors, and Mofher Newfon: fhis was 'lhe final social evenl' of fhe year. Long will be remembered fhe fhoughffulness and undersfanding which Mofher Newfon gave fo fhe girls who wore fhe Thefa pin This pasl' year. Never will fhe Alpha chapfer girls forgel' fheir many good fimes fhaf were shared in playing and working fogefher as fhe year progressed. Our sponsors, Miss Galley and Miss Logan, deserve our sincere grafifude and appreciafion for helping make every acfivify a successful one. '15 5 ,,.. f i, U' WINNETASKA FRIENDS, FASHIONS, fun! lndependenf women on fhe E-Sfafe campus find all fhis and also some educafion in Winnefaslca. Beginning fhe I949-50 'rerm wifh an open house, Winnefaslca infroduced ifself fo newcomers and gained eighfy-fwo members for fufure acfivifies. Donning ieans and brighf shirfs early in Ocfober, fhe Winnefaskans pifched "hay" wifh fhe Mu Eps while on a ioinf hayrack ride. Af fheir desfinafion fhey enjoyed a weiner roasf. Lafer in Ocfober, Hallowe'en pranks were forgoffen by bofh organ- izafions for a dance fo music by fhe Top Haffers. Nexf-Homecoming! The independenf gals gave up fheir fime and glamour, and surrounded by gunny sacks, saws, and crepe paper, fhey produced Corlcys, hafchefs, fhermomefers, and a gorilla for fhe gafe and floaf decorafions. Originalify and variefy surrounded fhe acfivify which always capfures a fop billing on Winnefaska's calendar-fhe Annual Puff Pam Prom. Decorafed wifh such ocldifies as broom grass, bird nesfs, vege- fable fops, and animal cookies, fhe girls appeared wifh fheir favorife dafe lanofher Winnefaslcanl. lmpersonafions of comic sfrip characfers and ofher renowned individuals complefed an evening of pur- poseful nonsense. The underlying purpose-gain- ing poinfers on efiqueffe for 'I'he coming formal. The highlighf of fhe semesfer, Winnefaslca's winfer formal, fransfigured fhe ballroom info a "Winfer Wonderland" complefe wifh snow, soff blue lighfs, and music by The Counfs. Whaf could be beffer fhan afmosphere, music, and fhaf cerfain someone? Grouped wifh ofher organizafions around fhe fireplace and fhe big, silver Chrisfmas free af fhe Y-Sing, Winnefaslca presenfed as ifs confribufion "l Wonder As I Wander" and "The Firsf Noel". For Winnefaskans, as for everyone, Chrisfmas was fhe fime for special fhoughfs and expressions. The group gave foys fo children in fhe orphanage af Afchison and caroled af fhe hospifals and houses of various organizafions. Af a Chrisfmas parfy fhey M , vmiw 1' in S . 1. an-wummmmi J ai' INFORMAL GET-TOGETH ERS LOU POLANSKY . Presidenf NORMA BOESE Vice-Presidenf LEE GARDNER . Secrefary LORNA HOLLE . . Treasurer ROSE FETROW . Social Chairman IRENE BRIGGS . . . Music Chairman JOYCE Sl-lERlDAN ....... Publicify Miss ROSAMOND l-HRSCHORN . . . Sponsor Mrs. GREEN WYRICK .... . Sponsor The Winnetaska Year freafed fhemselves fo punch, brownies, and pres- enfs. Shorfly affer fhe second semesfer sfarfed rolling af fop speed, fhe Winnefaska girls had a lol' of fun while rolling on wheels af fhe Hobby House skafing rink. ln spife of fhe spills and bruises, fhis deviafion from fhe roufine of classes was enjoyed by all fhe parficipanfs. A campus acfivify fhaf proves fo be as compefi- five as any is fhe Singing Bee. Preparing for fhis evenl' dominafes fhe acfivifies of fhe social organ- izafions for weeks preceding fhe given dafe. Lasf year Winnefaska was af fhe heighf of ifs glory when if gained femporary possession of fhe cup. Wifh fhe coming of spring comes fhe urge for oufdoor acfivifies. One of fhe mosf enjoyed acfivi- fies of fhis spring was fhe informal dance af fhe Wilson Park shelfer house. Dancing fo recorded music and eafing under fhe open sky proved fo be fun for all. The weekly meefings were as varied as fhe group's inferesfs. A "Preview on Fall Fashions" from Granger's Clofhing Sfore puf fhe members in fhe lighf concerning fhe very imporfanf subiecf of campus sfyles. A review of fhe book, The Good Fellowship, given by Mrs. Elsie Pine and fhe slides of a European frip shown by Miss Jeanne Galley furfhered fhe infellecfual inferesfs of fhe group. Jusf for fun, fhe new members enferfained fheir elders wifh a program which fhey carelessly called a Talenf Show. This Talenf Show fook fhe form of shorf skifs as "The Gafhering of fhe Nufs," fhe impersonafion of "The Dangerous Dan McGrew," readings, and quarfeffes. The demonsfrafion on fhe proper arrangemenf of flowers gave fhe girls some good fips on how fo make fhe besf use of fhe flowers fhaf many will be growing fhis summer. Playnighf af fhe gym was a good ouflef for excess energy wifhin fhe group. Group parficipafion in square dancing, singing, and playing games added fellowship and sparkle fo fhe Winnefaska program. An esfablished facf among campus women foday is fhaf marriage and ifs acfivifies fake priorify over almosl' every ofher obligafion fhaf a girl may have. Winnefaska found fhis fo be frue when if losl' fwo of ifs officers fhe second semesfer. ll' losf Rose Fefrow fo Karrol Johnsfon and Norma Boese leff fhe campus fo go fo Hays wifh her husband. Beffy Campbell was elecfed fo replace Norma for fhe vice-presidency and Doris Bishop fook over Rose's responsibilifies as social chairman. Included among fhe many new individuals wel- comed info fhe group is Mrs. Green Wyrick. Mrs. Wyrick, a speech insfrucfor on fhe campus, is a new sponsor of fhe organizafion. She holds fhis role wifh Miss Rosamond Hirschorn who has faifhfully sponsored Winnefaska in all ifs programs and ac- fivifies during fhe pasf 'rwo years. Anofher feafure added fo Winnefaska fhis year is fhe Coordinafing Commiffee which is composed of fhree members of Winnefaska and fhree mem- bers of Mu Epsilon Nu. The purpose of fhis com- miffee is fo promofe beffer cooperafion and under- sfanding befween fhe fwo organizafions. Taking a foll of how Winnefaska girls rafe on fhe campus, if is found fhaf fheir sfanding is high. Their names appear on fhe rolls of mosf of fhe na- fional honorary organizafions, Who's Who, fhe Bullefin sfaff, and service organizafions fhaf play an imporfanf parf in campus life. Under fhe supervision of Maude Minrow, Dean of Women, Winnefaska was esfablished as a cam- pus organizafion in I93I. lfs l25 charfer members and ifs fhree officers-Mary Sue Taylor, Helen Shonyv, and Coeffe Newfon-selecled +l'1e Indian moon and s+ar as ifs symbols. The name "Winne- 'laska" was chosen for in i1's nafive language if means "pIeasan+ Iaugl1+er" and is significan+ of +he friendly relalionship fhaf exisfs among i+s members. Winne'raska has served as a cen+er of all social and cuH'ural acfivilies for +l'1e campus girls noi' affiliafed wi+l1 any Greek leH'er social group. Top row: Ackerman, Allarn, Andrews, Beauchamp, Beck ell, Beldon, Berends, Bishop, Bocook. 2nd row: Boese B'igqs, Buckley, B. Campbell, G. Carnpbell, Cornue, Daniels, Diller, Duryea. 3rd row: Elder, Evans, Fefrow, Folck, C. Fowler, M, Fowler, Gardner, Gleiclirnan, Greenwood. 4fh row: Groenciycke, E. Hanson, V. Hanson, Harz, Helrnley, Hendrickson, l-len'v, Hignwood, Hill. Sfh row: l-lolle, Hughes, Hurnrnel, Hunler, Irwin, Knipe, Larnberf, Lindlwolrn, McCandless. bfh row: Mclvlanis, J. Mclvlillan, R. McMillan, Mounkes, Parkman, Pine, Polan- sky, Pugn, Pyle. 7fh row: Riley, Rowland, Sacks, Scliulfz, Snellenberqer, Sheridan, Simpson, Tavlor Towner. Bfh row: Tunison, Vaugnn, Wald, Waln, Walsh, Wiliam, Wingate, Wren, Young. No? picfured: Folck, Friend Gum Gasserf Manzer, Robson, Sarqeni I -I , ,, , .4 - , Q .sy C .,i "- 'F 2' ,"', 'ii ' ' 'V i '3 W F . , ..' ., ,,. . ss F 0 , lg' ' 'M A V -,W , 5... ,.i, - " Q il z..iefgml 51, K gm is - ,T Qi V ,, 55334, Q In Y 319. ei ' .D JF , llle A l .gg ,f i 2 , V H , -Q I .2 V ,b glw , , N ix ...J Q, ,... .. - , , . ir ..- ego! V gi i rg! .si .M .,v U , i , 1 i ii l . , Q . -in , , ip- ! V '-if 34? F F ' " ,,,,, Fw so C ,wwf , I f ,,,, sf., V xx. .-ai 4 -a .- ff . ri D ' if Fi f , be-F F' ff if f i Q fs f Q' F 7 lg . 1 is A A . , " gf A , , ,, X 6 'i FJ J F 'H ' ,L A 7 New ' HE, ' 31:53. . , R, lf: Q. ' s r+ l -1 ei C i l f . F i r 1 X 1 ill ' A I V .wil F V i l fa ,ffl .ss l f' 4 f. is f 'V-. V l Q ,,. 1 3 , f K 3 V , if , F 5 ' . W M ' , V Q 4' f . ' . . s ,fe 4' f l :il . is H- ' a t- s 5 if 'C' 1 -1 "ir "ii ii" 5 . .X y i ii ,. f '...' Q H ' . ' ' 'QT ,. I nv fl K 27 4: K , . we -Q fr ,.,l . QV " 535 iff ls' lvl 5 5 , :Qi ,' ty , ' 5' ' F , W . ff- iv i - 1 , fs i " 5' M -- E, - 'W 'E-11" 4, W , 5 A 21 l is '35 id' i l as i i . ff . i f--I. 5 V Y V iz 4 . ggi A f f, i H, fr I . I23 ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA OFFICERS KARROL JOHNSTON . . . . . Presidenf D. L. WILLIAMS . . . . Vice-Presideni GUY KERNS . . . . Recording Secreiary MERLYN BLOMBERG . .... Treasurer FRED McCABE . . . Corresponding Secrefary JOSEPI-I McPEEK . .... Sie-ward CHARLES STATEN . . Infrarnural Manager ROBERT LONG . . . Sociai Chairman FRANK SIDORFSKY .... Music Chairman LEROY CRIST ...... Sergeani-ai-Arms Dr. TED F. ANDREWS, EDWIN STUNTZNER . Sponsors I24 Top Iefh PIedge Ta+I'ier and s d Mrs. Dorofiiy Brown I-IOUSEMOTI-TER sernesier piedges. Top rlgI1+: I c inee King Andrews! Middle: Fred g the boys Irie word. Lower Ie'H: S g pracfice. Lower righf: Wno's going I win? TI-IE CHAPTER HOUSE af 808 ciranic, occupied In 1949, 6 f' The AKL Year THE NEWEST frafernify on fhe campus, Alpha Kappa Lambda welcomes fhis opporfunify fo make ifs formal appearance in fhe Sunflower among fhe frafernifies of Emporia Sfafe. Through fhe year I949-I950, fhe boys of AKL have enjoyed a wonderful cooperafion from fheir older Greek brofhers. Wifhouf fheir help if would have been a much harder fask fo inifiafe Lambda chapfer info fhe large family of long-esfablished social organizafions on our campus. Alpha Kappa Lambda, fhe firsf college frafer- nify fo be founded on fhe Pacific Coasf, was esfab- lished af fhe Universify of California on April 22, l9l4, for fhe purpose of promofing aggressive Chrisfian characfer, excellence in scholarship and broad social inferesfs, all inspired by a warm spirif of brofherhood. The Lambda chapfer of Alpha Kappa Lambda was esfablished March 7, I949, under fhe guidance of Lewis Bacon and Dwighf Williams, bofh fransfer sfudenfs from Kansas Sfafe College where fhey were affiliafed wifh Alpha Kappa Lambda. Lambda is fhe elevenfh chapfer of Alpha Kappa Lambda and is fhe only nafional frafernify on fhe campus fhaf belongs fo fhe Nafional lnfer-frafernify Council. Lambda chapfer has nof swepf away any infra- mural frophies fhis year, buf fhey have parficipafed in all of fhese acfivifies. However fhe baskefball feam has played feams from neighboring fowns and has mainfained an average of .500. One of fhe oufsfanding social evenfs of fhe year was a successful Barn Dance held Ocfober l4 in a nearby counfry seffing. Mr. Gladfelfer and his "Fiddlers" provided fhe music. Buffef suppers were held for acfives, pledges, and sponsors before mosf home games and dances were sponsored afferwards al' 'lhe house. Members of Alpha Kappa Lambda were well represenfed af all of fhe ouf-of-fown baskefball games of 'lhe season wifh fhe excepfion of fhe long Wyoming frip. The fraveling AKL boys have re- corded on wire play-by-play descripfions of fhe games and fhe whole chapfer has enioyed lisfening fo fhem. There is no need fo fell how much fun fhese 'lrips have been. The boys hope fo make fhis a fraclifion, and fhus build up school spirif. Nexf year, if all goes well, will see again fhe red shirfs and red hafs fake off on fhe midwesfern highways "behind fhe home feam." A Building Commiffee will fry fo have a new house boughf for fhe chapfer by fall. lf is hoped fhaf a larger and more suifable house will be found closer fo fhe campus. The commiffee, composed of fhree acfive members, Milo Suffon, Joe Beck, and Dwighf Williams, hope fo make fhe final choice of a house by Sepfember. The house in which we have liver fhe lasf fwo years is sifuafed af 808 Mechanic. lfs locafion and ifs facilifies have nof fully safisfied 'lhe chapferg fherefore, fhe members are looking forward anxiously for 'lhe resulfs of fhe work of fhe Building Commiffee. All who remember lhe humble beginnings of fhe Los Amigos Guild are proud 'lo see lhe rapid growlh of Lambda chapler. Already if has eslab- lished ifself as a maior social organizalion on lhe campus. Following a leading 'l'rend among nalional fralernilies Alpha Kappa Lambda has revised many rules 'lradifional wilh local fralernifies-"hazing" has been reduced fo a minimum, paddling his been banned from pledge lraining. Thus AKL hopes lo, in ils own way, lead lhe way in 'lhe social life of +he K.S.T.C. Mr. Ted Andrews of 'lhe Emporia Slale facully, a member of Alpha Kappa Lambda, and a sponsor of Lambda chapler, was elecfed edilor of LOGOS, nalional magazine of lhe fralernily. Anolher honor befell lhis chapler al' lhe nalional conclave which look place in Pullman, Washinglon: Lewis Bacon, a charler member, was elecled na- 'lional secrelary of lhe organizalion. Edwin L. S'l'un+zner of l'he music deparlmenl was made an honorary member al lhe lime of inifiafion of fhe firsl pledge class. Two more chaplers have recenfly pelifioned for admission info l'he Alpha Kappa Lambda brolher- hood: one al Ohio Slale Universily, ancl 'lhe olher al' 'lhe Universily of Missouri. Second semesler pledges are: Marvin Shaffer, Lonn Richards, Chris Bouclc, Dale Parlcer, Bob May- ral'. Marvin Thompson, Richard Asper, David Lau- der, and Truman B. Pulnam. We wish lo express our deepesl' appreciafion lo our efficienl and devoled housemolher, Mrs. Doro- +hy Brown, as well as +o our sponsors and palrons for fheir valuable cooperalion in helping us lo a wonderful slarl. Top row: Baker, Banisfer, Beck, Blornberg, Brown, Carlson, Crisl. 2nd row: Cropp, Crumb, Farmer, Johnsfon, Kerns, Laramore, Long. 3rd row: McCabe, MCG-hee, McPeek, Nelson, Sidorfsky, Slaalz, Sfalen. Boffom row: Sulfon, Tolberf, Wesl, Williams. No? piclured: Riffer, Slrange. 1 KAPPA SIGMA EPSILCJN OFFICERS WILLIAM I-IARNDEN . . . . . PresIcIen+ WILLIAM BROOKS . . Vice-Presidenf WALTER COOPER . . Secrefary DONALD CARUTHERS . . Treasurer FRITZ PYLE . . . . Rush Capfain RUDY S-IEINKUI-ILER .... Sergeanf-af-Arms JEAN LEBLON . . Infer-Erefernify Represenfafive Dr. GEORGE R. R. PFLAUM .... Sponsor G. A. BUZZARD, R. RUSSELL . . . Sponsors RICHARD ROAI-IEN, LOY BANKS . . Sponsors 4 I28 Mrs. A, H. Oqan I-IOUSEMOTI-IER Top Ieff: Hearing Ine sfory. Top rigI'1'r Second sernesier officers. Lower Iefi Meefing night Lowsr rigI'1'r: WI'1o ge+ Io use II'1e paddIe? Boffomz Look posed, doesnf II? I TI-IE CHAPTER HOUSE af 6I2 WesII2fI1 Avenue, purchased in I946. ,W 'ff 551 The KSE Year ALPHA CHAPTER of Kappa Sigma Epsilon was founded in I9I4 under fhe sponsorship of Dr. W. L. Smifh and Prof. W. H. Carofhers of fhe Kansas Sfafe Normal faculfy. A year lafer Wren Pierson was elecfed firsf presidenf of fhe chapfer. The firsf consfifufion and by-laws were drawn in I9I6 and fhey are sfill used by fhe presenf chapfer. Kappa Sigma Epsilon celebrafed fhe fwenfy-fiffh anniversary of ifs foundafion lasf year, and if has eagerly sfarfed fhe second quarfer-cenfury of ifs hisfory during fhe school year I949-I950. Af fhe end of fhe Sepfember Rush Week, seven- feen men were enfered in fhe pledge rosferg of fhose sevenfeen newcomers, fwelve were inifiafed info fhe acfive chapfer in January. The annual Bowery Parfy, presenfed by fhe pledge class, was held in fhe Broadview Grill Room. The "Gay-Nine'l'ies" afmosphere, as in fhe years pasf, was fhe fheme of fhe parfy. Couples in fighf shirfs and splif skirfs danced fo fhe Music of The Top Haffers. A+ infermission Carol Haize was crowned by fhe presidenf of fhe pledge class as Queen of fhe I949 Bowery. Each winfer fhe Mofhers' Club enferfains fhe acfives and fheir parenfs wifh a Chrisfmas dinner af fhe chapfer house. This year fhe mofhers fur- nished fhe house wifh a new rug and new curfains. The dinner was, as usual, a big success: many par- enfs fraveled a long way 'ro visif fheir sons. The acfives and pledges are all fhankful for fhe greaf help received from fhe Mofhers' Club. For Homecoming fhe chapfer welcomed fhe largesf crowd of alumni since fhe war. They were enferfained wifh a buffef supper af fhe chapfer house and affer fhe foofball game wifh an informal dance in fhe parfy room. The fronf yard was decorafed for fhe occasion wifh a "small" Piffsburg gorilla chained fo an organ grinding Corky. "Orchids fo fhe Team" was fhe fheme of our floaf which consisfed of a large cello- phane corsage box in which were seafed fhree campus coeds. The house decorafions and fhe floaf in fhe parade broughf us bofh second place frophies. ln inframural sporfs fhe chapfer cannof boasf any frophies, buf many men have parficipafed in all phases of fhe program. Close behind fhe cham- pions all fhe way, we have enhanced fhe fighfing spirif of our frafernify fhrough fhe compefifion wifh fhe ofher men's organizafions. Along fhe sporfs line we are very proud of fhe Kappa Sigs who are playing on fhe varsify feams of Emporia Sfafe. Jay Minear, Sarondo Panesis, and Mahlon Porfer were on fhe foofball feam. On fhe baskefball squad we claim cenfer Gene Cusic, high scoring confender in fhe CIC, and "Rookie" Pefe McReynolds. Joe Neufeld, Irwin Cusic, and Frank Wilde are all hopefuls on fhe baseball feam. April I5 was fhe dafe of fhe formal spring dinner-dance-The Salad Slide. Once more fhe acfives played hosfs fo fhe many guesfs and visifing alumni. This year we were honored wifh fhe pres- ence of Chief Jusfice W. W. Harvey of fhe Kansas Supreme Courf. Affer fhe dinner fhe pledges en- ferfained during Open House af Sugar Palace. Re- furning fo fhe Broadview Hofel, all in affendance enioyed fhe dance music of Del Weidner and his orchesfra. Thanks fo social chairman Don Carufh- ers, fhe Slide was an unprecedenfed success. During fhe year, Sugar Palace was fhe scene of many informal parfies: numerous guesfs enjoyed fhe redecorafed basemenf and were infroduced fo fhe "face on fhe bar room fIoor." Af differenf occasions sfag parfies were sfaged around fhe bar. We were forfunafe fo have as our sponsors L. O. Banks, G. A. Buzzard, Geo. R. R. Pflaum, R. L. Roahen, R. B. Russell. These men, along wifh Mrs. A. H. Ogan, housemofher, fhe Mofhers' Club and fhe alumni associafion deserve fhe grafifude of fhe chapfer for helping if fhrough anofher successful year. Top row: Balfz, Barker, Becker, Bell, Bergerhouse, Bifler, Brooks, Carufhers. 2nd row: Cooper, B. Cusic, C. Cusic, DeGraffenreid, Dunn, Engel, Field, Franzone. 3rd row! Hall, Harnden, Hosey, Howard, Keil, King, Leblon, Long. 4fh row: Lynde, McQuin, Mclleynolds, McVay, McVeigh, Minear, Morgan, Norwood. Sfh row: Panesis, Pyle, Rob- inson, Scherrer, Shields, Smifh, Sorenson, Sfeinkuhler. Boflom row: Slevenson, Trimble, Uhland, Vazquez, Trusler. No? picfured: Frazier, LaCerfe, Profhe, Ruple, Simonoff, Sufcliffe, Volk, Wafers, Wilde, Groh, Hursf, Klolz, Smifh, Wilson. l WAA PHI DELTA CHI OFFICERS DEAN JUSTICE . . . . PresicIen+ WILLIAM COCHENNET . . Vice-Presideni KENNETH CANNON . . . Secre+ary VERNON BEATTIE . . . Treasurer SAUL STRAUCH . . . . Assisfanf Treasurer RAYMOND CAMPBELL . . . Sergeani'-ai'-Arms JERRY THOMAS . . . Corresponding Secrefary HAROLD CLARK, DALE HOGAN . . . Sponsors KEITH CAYWOOD, CHARLES HENDRICKS . Sponsors ROLAND ALTERMAN ...... Sponsor I32 Mrs, Grace Ballweg HOUSEMOTH ER T I fi. An affer meeiing ciwaf. T p df I ddI S op e ' ri hh Tlwaf be ime s or . Mi e: 9 Y ond semesfer officers. Lower Ieff: E If place Homecoming decorafions. Lo righf: Jus? a-'raII:in'. THE CHAPTER HOUSE af IlO2 C merciaI SIreeI, purciwased in I946. E 4 if if ii? 3' i' f PL 1 133 The PDC Year ALPHA CHAPTER of Phi Delfa Chi was founded in March, l92I, by a group of refurned World War I veferans. Af fhe fime of ifs founding, fhere were fhree frafernifies on fhe Kansas Sfafe Teachers Col- lege campus. One was scholasfic, one social, and one afhlefic. If was fhe desire of fhese men fo have an organizafion fhaf would embody fhose fhree phases of acfivify. Lasf year, in a fafal accidenf, Dave Morris was losf fo his frafernify. This sudden fragedy was a blow fo everyone, and fhis year we are apprecia- five in having a page in fhe Sunflower dedicafed fo him. We began social acfivifies lasf Sepfember wifh Rush Weelc, enfering fwenfy-eighf men upon fhe rolls. Al' fhe beginning of second semesfer fen more men were pledged fo Phi Delfa Chi. This year fhe Phi Delfs received fhe firsf place frophies for bofh fhe Homecoming house decora- fions and fhe floaf decorafions. Progressiveness and ingenuify were exemplified by 'l'he Phi Delfs fhis year in fhe use of felevision as fheir fheme for fhe house decorafions. "Red, Hof, and Blue" was fhe fheme for fhe floaf decorafions. ' The annual Phi Delf "Swing" was held in fhe Sfu- denf Union fhis year. This occasion was marked by fhe refurn of many alumni. Our annual Chrisfmas dinner wifh all fhe frim- mings, given in honor of our sponsors and pafrons, was again a huge success fhis year. Parficularly happy as a resulf of fhis parfy were some of fhe needy children of Emporia, as fhey were fhe final recipienfs of our giff exchange. Phi Delfa Chi has also been amply represenfed in all maior varsi'l'y sporfs, wifh many of 'the boys furning in nofable achievemenfs. Two of our boys on fhe "A" squad who did a wonderful job are Ronald Cowan and Bob Woodbury. While we were ever-presenf in inframurals, if seems fhaf mosf of our energies were direcfed along muscle building acfivifies of a differenf na- fure, as is wifnessed by fhe facf 'rhaf over fwenfy- five of our men are represenfed in various honorary organizafions on 'I'he campus, and many are repre- senfed in fwo or more. lf is also nofed wifh pride fhaf seven of our men are feaching as assisfanfs in every deparfmenf of fhe Science Building. John Gorman, pasf presidenf, was elecfed fo "Who's Who" and Xi Phi: and Jerry Thomas, presidenf of Mafhemafics Club and Lambda Delfa Lambda, was elecfed fo Xi Phi? We are proud of all and say again, "Keep climbing, men-fhere's always room af fhe fop." Phi Delfa Chi rriainfained ifs frafernal sfandarcls by formulafing a parfy-a-monfh plan. These fre- quenf parfies were acfivafed fo beffer acquainf our pledges wifh fhe social side of our frafernify. A happy ending fo fhe social calendar was our spring formal, fhe long awaifed "Splash," held af 'rhe Broadview Hofel. The "Splash" is an old, fime- honored fradifion dafing far back in fhe hisfory of fhe organizafion. This year if was held on May 6, fo fhe music of The Counfs. The curfain falls on anofher acl' of fhe drama of college life for fhe Phi Delfs. lf has been a suc- cessful year, in which fhe members of Phi Delfa Chi -bofh wifhin fhe house and among ofher organiza- 'rions on fhe campus--have upheld and enioyed fhe advanfages of a democrafic, frafernal fellowship. Much credif is due our charming housemofher, Mrs. Ballweg, and all our sponsors for fhe confinued success and happiness af 'rhe Phi Delfa Chi house. Top row: Adair, Ames, Archer, Ausfenfeld, Beam, Beal- fie, Blounf, Boese, Brockhouse. 2nd row: Brown, Burl Cannon, Campbell, Carbaio, G. Carr, M. Carr, Clark Cochennel. 3rd row: Cowan, Cundifh, Day, Dempsey Denning, Dickerson, Gaughan, Gorman, Green. 41h row Roberf Greenlee, Roy Greenlee, Haggard, Hislcey, Hoo ver, Hughes, Hunl, Jacques, Jusrice. Sfh row: Klinl worlh, Klofz, Knouse, Krueger, Kuhns, Larkin, Lilfler, Ludwig, McCloud. bfh row: Maxwell, Moreland, Pedigo Perdaris, Pflughofl, M. Plummer, R. Plummer, Powell Reid. 7fh row: Robbins, Sanderson, Sauder, Slolfus Slrauch, Thomas, Thompson, Ulfer, Weller. Boffom row J. Williarns, K. Williams, P. Woodbury, R. Woodbury Yeager. No? picfured: Austin, Griffon, Graves, Rofh Trierner, VanSickle, Vincenl, Brandi, Curry, Forresfer, Hearn, Hoffmans, Koch, O'Keefe, Waring. 'gi ai , rr., , K fr '- , - gsrgrew , ,'.1,' ., ' 1 - r A Q iies .V r-- 4 A ererrer f .- , s A A is Z l Q :-: 1 K 1 ' ,R V W f . ,L 'l ' '53 'fr' , I ' 'f.s. -4 -:"" A . ' ' , Q. lr s r .W r r r": 'L' si. 1' 'R '. lil? i i f f f r.. il 2 A . ' A 'X r ' l ,, 1. fr 'fl Q r A .Al p , i . I in rr. ... . . . r , 1 l ' W' - J 'Q' ' Z f as l i? g. if A f A V: ,. - I. I it .. -X ' A is ' ' i f er r esirs- .Q f A i ., 5 , fb ,, X r -. . fqtr, .sn- W f I ,jf .ig-gi V ' ,,., f .,,, 43. A ' . ' l l H' ,'.' ' . V. A f:Qi,S'Q :-' A " ii'i ii A 'Ai' A V in , AE 1 ' ,,, A , ! ' - V 3' if if! E H K il if A W V, ' v l , A W 5 Q 3 A ' , J i s' A ,t M W , V. , , A. 3 g an QQ, 3 r V, 5 , f A E, Y, V 'F . , " W: A L ,, .P i .Q ' QE. A A is A S' I A 2 es' 'lx ffre , K. in 5 'F' . z if A was .5 lll- , V , wg, 5 , , V - rrrr A . ' rr" . 3 . . A 'seq rie: Q , 5, is ' A l s ri A . r ,,,' ' N A' . . M , A rs. . PHI SIGMA EPSILON OFFICERS ROBERT JORDON . . . . . PresicIenI MYRON RODEE . . . Vice-Presidenf DOUGLASS MINNIS . . . Secrefary ALFRED McANARNEY ..... Treasurer JAMES JOHNSON . . Corresponding Secrefary CLARENCE SCHARFF . . . . Hisiorian FORREST LATAS . . . SergeanI-af-Arms HARRY SWANK . . . Pledge MasIer ROBERT EMRICH ..... Social Chairman ALVIN MORRIS, Dr. S. W. CRAM . . . Sponsors E. L. BARNHART, WALTER BUTCHER . . Sponsors I36 Mrs. Gladys Gilberf HOUSEMOTHER Top Ief+: Phi Sig IormaI. Top righh Th officers. Midc.IIe: Sfay down, pledge Lower Ie'II: Homecoming float Lowe righiz Dancing in Ihe cIoudsI THE CHAPTER HOUSE af 922 Mechanic Sireef, purchased in I946. 4 The PSE Year ALPHA CHAPTER of Phi Sigma Epsilon began fhe school year, Hs forliefh on 'lhe campus of Emporia Sfale, wil'h a membership of sixly-five aclives. Rush Week aclivilies culminaled wilh 'lhe pledging of 'len men, all in accordance wilh 'l'he fra'rerni'l'y's delayed pledging rule. To ihe music of +he Top HaHers, Phi Sigs and 'lheir da'l'es danced a'l' 'lhe "Moonligh+ Shuffle" in fhe S'l'udenl' Union Ballroom on The evening of Ocfober I4. Homecoming saw lhe refurn of many Phi Sig alums who galhered af lhe house for a buffel din- ner and lo share in fhe reviewing of fralernal ex- periences lhey will never lorgef. Allhough 'lhe chapler could nol' boasl a prize-winning house dec- oraiion or parade enlry, success came in +he form of laughs and lhe mere enioymenl' of working lo- ge'l'her. Thanks 'lo lhe many alumni who had come back for l'he occasion. The aclive chapler slaged a grand celebralion. The firsl' big bowl game of +he foolball season, lhe annual Phi Sig Commode Bowl, saw lhe aclives defeal lhe pledges for l'he fourlh conseculive year by a score of 2l lo I3. Adelyn Deschner of Pi Kappa Sigma was crowned wi+h a gayly decoraled commode bowl as queen 'lo rule over 'lhe feslivilies. The men of Phi Sigma Epsilon were again, lhis year, very aclive in all varsily sporls. ll' would be an endless +ask lo fry lo lis'l' all lhe boys who repre- senled Their frafernily on The 'field or on The courf. Needless 'lo say, 'lhe whole fralernily is proud of 'lhose men who have played such an impor'lan+ parl' in bringing E-Sl'al'e many CIC championship lrophies. Sporls is no+ our only inleresl' as many Phi Sigs hold key posifions in campus leadership organiza- lions. A+ The lasl regular meeling of I949, Sanfa Claus was 'lhe honored guesl. Sanla handed our loys of all sorls 'lo lhe Phi Sigs who in lurn donaled lhem 'for disfribulion lo children in Emporia whose Chrisf- mas mighl' no+ have been as ioyous as 'rhe more forl'una'l'e. Sanla also adminisfered reprimands +0 lhe pledges who had been bad boys. This year The Phi Sigs won Trophies for lennis and bowling, and placed second in foolball lhe firsl semesler, a good sfarl' foward a fhird consecu- 'live inlramural crown. Second semesler Rush Week placed 'lwenly-five names on l'he pledge roll, men in whom we see lhe makings of good Phi Sigs who will fill The vacancies lefl by nearly an equal number of aclives lhal' be- come alumni upon fheir graduafion 'rhis spring. The 'forl'ie'l'h anniversary of Alpha Chapler was celebraled February 20. The evenl' was high-lighled wi+h a 'l'alk by Fred Schwengel, Execufive Secrelary- Treasurer of +he Nafional Council of Phi Sigma Epsilon. The Phi Sig social functions for the year came to a climax in the spring with the annual Farmers Ball, the most memorable party of the year. To Mother Gilbert and to the chapter sponsors. we say "Thanks a Million" for their capable guid- ance thal' has helped Alpha Chapter through an- other successful year on the Emporia State campus. Top row: Beaston, Blythe, Bowen, Brennan, Brown, Butter field, Calvert, A. Case, R. Case. 2nd row: Coleman M. Criqui, O. Criqui, Crouch, Elder, Emrich, Gould Grimes, Harder. 3rd row: R. Harrison, W. Harrison Hiebert, Higgins, Hobson, Hoffman, Horst, Lady, Lar- son. 4th row: Latas, Lewick, Litchfield, J. Johnson, W Johnson, Jones, Jordon, Kadel, Kessler. Sth row: Mc- Alister, McAnarney, McDermott, Minnis, Markham, Musch, Myers, E. Nelson, C. Nelson. 6th row: Patterson, Powers, M. Rodee, R. Rodee, Ruth, Sanger, Sarqeant, Scharff, Sewell. 7th row: Sebert, Seibel, Shepler, Sher- wood, Shogren, Stacy, Stegman, Stokes, Subera. Bottom row: Summers, Swank, Tucker, Waddell, Wood, Dale Wright, Don Wright, David Wright. Not pictured: Fah- ring, G-orsuch, Lamb, Thissen, Christian. -1.1, S . -,,' , ,... , .r, 'ff 1 1 , , ,gf -55 . - ..-t r - 2 " fl, " - r J ig lcr. 12 , 1 i" , H l kc ggyy .g fs iv E ,,,,,,, ,, it E B A ., ..,, ai. pil , V , ,He J ,iff 1" -.'1 '," A f .1 'R is . C iiii K H: l-l' Lf , , - -1 ii I - ' ,.' .Q 357 ' 'g:ffj.5, .3 I ' gt A , ' - K, .,,, , , .,,. Q J ., - ,Q , 1, 8' ff- . tn- fe V," VV , Vi P I i QA L T r VI - 3 S. '-.- r , Y . ni- A s . ,. 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HisIorian Dr. EVERETT RICH, E. C. McGILL . . Sponsors ROY DURHAM, HERMAN BAEHR . . Sponsors 140 Mrs. AIice Po++s HOUSEMOTI-I ER Top Ieff: A card game. Top righf: Goo work, Lou! Middle: The officers. Lowe Iefh Sig Tau 'IorrnaI, Lower right Hard af work. THE CHAPTER HOUSE af IO28 Consr IuIion, purchased in I928. B The STG Year SIGMA TAU GAMMA was founded af Warrens- burg, Missouri, in I920. Delfa chapfer was insfalled on fhe Emporia Sfafe campus in l922. Since fhen chapfers have been esfablished on various cam- puses fhroughouf fhe counfry. As Delfa chapfer of Sigma Tau Gamma, nafional social frafernify on fhe Emporia Sfafe campus, looking back on fhe passing school year, a sense of pride endures in view of fhe evidence offered as members and sponsors alike agree fo a "iob well done." Fall fesfivifies began wifh a well-planned Rush Week yielding eighfeen lowly pledges. Picnics and a hayrack ride balanced fhe aufumn social budgef wifh nafure providing a rare Indian Summer. Home- coming proved fo be a high-powered success as pledges and members fogefher worked nighf and day fo produce exfensive house decorafions winning praise by all. Alumni were "wined and dined" only in deserving fashion as a pre-game buffef luncheon became a memorable evenf. December was colored wifh fhe fradifional pledge formal wifh fhe Chrisfmas spirif fo build fhe occasion. Pledges enferfained royally, even fo fhe exfenf of porfraying Sanfa Claus. The Top Haffers provided fhe evening's music and all felf fhe evenf fo be an oufsfanding success. Wifh fhe furn of fhe semesfer, hisfory repeafed ifself. Fall pledges were inifiafed and razor-sharp acfives were again in pursuif of prospecfive pledges. Af fhe close of a fimely Rush Week, fea- furing dinners and dances, fhe final counf an- nounced sixfeen able candidafes. Boasfing complefe parficipafion, Delfa chapfer is again proud of her sfrong inframural feams and lays claim fo firsf place frophy in foofball and sec- ond place frophies in fennis and bowling. Because of keen compefifion and fhorough cooperafion, Delfa chapfer owes a greaf debf of grafifude fo our coaches, referees, and all responsible for fhe afhlefic program. Easfer vacafion marked fhe chapfer's highlighf of fhe year I949. A province conclave of fhe na- fional organizafion was held in Emporia wifh Delfa leading fhe way. The fremendous success was largely fhe resulf of fhe unfiring efforfs of Roy Durham, sponsor, buf only complefe unify of fhe acfive chapfer made fhe friumph possible. Social acfivifies were climaxed by fhe annual Spring Rose Dinner and formal dance held April 29. Music was provided by The Counfs. The evenf was fasf fo expecfafions, being indeed a memorable occasion. This spring Sigma Tau Gamma presenfed an- ofher winning selecfion of songs af fhe annual Singing Bee. "The Baffle Hymn of fhe Republic," "Rag-Mop," and "The Sweefhearf of Sigma Tau" were fhe fhree songs. This was fhe second consecu- five year fhaf we received fhe firsf place rafing, which allows us fo keep fhe Phi Mu Alpha frophy for good. To Mofher Poffs, fhe chapfer sponsors, Roy Dur- ham, E. C. McGill, Herman Baehr, and Evereff Rich, fhe faculfy and members of all fhe organiza- fions which make our campus live, fhe members of Sigma Tau Gamma express sincere appreciafion for fheir efforfs fo make fhis year "fops" in fheir memories. Top row: Anderson, Baxter, Brinkman, Burden, Burqnarf, Burkeff, Burns, Busse. 2nd row: Ciayron, Cook, Cornan, Dean, Dick, Frederiksen, Greischar, Griggs, 3rd row: Gunkie, Hart, Henderson, Hilderrnan, Hili, Jack irwin, Ja'nes Irwin, Jackson. 4fh row: Johnson, W. C. Jones, W. I. Jones, Korfe, Kuepker, Larson, Laurenzana, Lusk. 51h row: Marsh Marien, Mafiin, McE!i'aney, Meares, Me" H. -M I if? " I 32 ,:-. Y up SV ii 5 ,' 5 Q 1. 9, T E S .I :4v- 5 JH 66" 4 Vb" , i V . ' . QQ 1 W5 ix Q W- B .ni 1' 'T' 1 if fl f X. .V L, ...v, W "V K VV 'r 'lg 9 .L , A 'ar B lg 3' .55 f flew 5.2535 1 B, 11 .,,, , , W 2 1 4' 'i . .1 I Y' K "3 ' f' M Il , , M in 2 ,iff A, . fi. Cer, Meredirn, Murphy. 6fh row: Nelson, OH, Owen Peierson, Poni, Puqn, Radke, Raines. lfh row: Kicnrnorid Roberfs, Royer, Snadwick, D. Srniih, Walier Smifh Wayne Srniiiw, Siwdevani, Teweii. Boffom row: Tnolen Travis, Weinrnan, Wiiiiannson, Wiilis, Winiers, Wood Wunder, Worford. Not picfured: Ciausen, Fay, Kandi Koons, Neison, Rifrey Sciwaucy Souin, Sieiies Wnire. .rf W . , 6. I fu 5 ,S ,C . xx if fa' x .. -4 - i ' - Z, 4, wa. ffl'-Y' , ga- H E, M V? i 2 L . . ' , E 5 19 5, '- " K . A 4 B .3 ":' , , , B QQ. i B ,nr ra f i r rf fi- ff' E . 1 ' , . 1 cf" ' i 'WP Xe 1 i rr ,f W, Q Q3 ,.. EN? 4 if K . ' , rf, .i i .2 B ,, ,., if lf 1, N I r arri ff W 'Q-w ii! fr? F, 'x N 'Z C AV L , L, L. 5, .W :V if A JM-A 4, A J i r if" 1 PS' . in iii -V .n QL 1? W .WH V 1. : I in-1 .Q Ag , H-2? . . , Y f W ' 1 gi A .. .42 .1 .. , Yr M K ,krky I r B i ,,, . B -f ia a B as V .1 V .4 ,, -. I43 MU EPSILON NU OFFICERS ELMER HANSON .... . . Presidenr ROBERT KAISER . . Vice-Presidenf ROY K. ROBBINS . . . Secrerary VERN GOERING . . . Treasurer ROGER SHEPARD . Serqeanlr-ar-Arms RICHARD WILKE . . . . His+orian IVIAYNARD MAYBERRY . . . Social Chairman ROBERT MITCHELL .... Publicify Chairman Dr. ROBERT TAYLOR, CHARLES MASTEN . Sponsors Dr. W. H. GRAY, LESTER LAIRD . . . Sponsors Top Iefh PIayung dress-up. Top rlgI1+ S R dy econd semesTer officers. Middle: ea for 'rne currain. Lower Iefh Homecoming decorafions. Lower righh Eager beaver THE MENS DORMITORY occupied by Mu Epsilon Nu in I949. I I44 4 93, fm The MEN Year MU EPSILON Nu was founded in I93I by a group of sfudenfs who felf fhe need of an independenf group on fhe campus. As fhe school has grown and developed, Mu Epsilon Nu has developed info fhe organizafion which if is foday. Through fhe years, keeping fhe needs of fhe independenf slu- denf af hearf, Mu Epsilon Nu has worked fo give fhe independenf a full and acfive social life. Two new faculfy sponsors were welcomed info fhe organizafion fhis year. They are Dr. Roberf M. Taylor of fhe music deparfmenf, and Charles Masfen, speech insfrucfor. Our regular sponsors, Dr. William H. Gray and Lesfer Laird, confinued fheir acfive and helpful supporf. Our special fhanks for fhis year go fo Dr. George Comsfock and R. G. Cremer for fheir earnesf efforfs in creafing fhe Men's Dormifory here on fhe campus. For making fhe house a suc- cess, Mu Epsilon Nu fhanks Noel Wallace and Mrs. Pearl Finkbiner. Acfivilies of Mu Epsilon Nu were cenfered fhis year around fhe newly formed Men's Dormifory. This dorm, fhe former Morse Hall Annex, was founded fhrough cooperafion of fhe adminisfrafion and fhe organizafion. The year opened wifh fhe fradifional Rush Week acfivifiesz a smoker, picnic and dance. Added fo fhe regular program was an open-house parfy af 'lhe Men's Dorm. The social commiffee kepf ifs calendar well filled wifh sfag parfies and dances. A peak was reached af fhe annual Spring Formal, held April 29 in fhe Sfudenf Union Ballroom. The Top Haffers furnished fhe dance funes and fhe parfy wenf info fhe rec- ords as a 'rremendous success. Fellowship being fhe Mu Ep goal, an informal nofe was added fo business meefings fhroughouf fhe year by following fhem wifh doughnui' and coffee sessions. In addifion, sfag parfies were a regular monfhly feafure. Under fhe direcfion of Music Chairman Bernard Jilka fhe organizafion became more acfive musi- cally. During 'lhe firsf semesfer, Mu Epsilon Nu acfively parficipafed in 'rhe Y-Sing and fhe Infer- Frafernify Chrisfmas Caroling. ln fhe spring, if was fhe annual Singing Bee, and fhroughoul' 'rhe year fhe group parficipafed in serenades af fhe houses of fhe fairer sex, "bless 'em." For Homecoming fhe dorm was furned info a hornef's nesf, and fo fhe parade fhe Mu Eps added a replica of "Silenf Joe." Homecoming acfivifies were climaxed by a "welcome home" parfy for ifs growing alumni associafion. Over a buffef luncheon, alums had a chance lo relive 'lhe old days. Early in fhe year, Mu Epsilon Nu wenf on a hay- rack ride wifh fhe Winnefaska girls. On January 6, a sfag parfy celebrafed fhe l9i'h anniversary of fhe organizafion on 'I'he campus. ln collaborafion wifh Winnefaska, fhe lnde- pendenf Co-ordinafing Commiffee was formed. Consisfing of fhree represenfafives from each or- ganizafion, fhe commiffee planned parfies and ofher social acfivifies. This commiffee is sfill in fhe beginning sfage buf il' promises 'I'o fake more im- porfance as fhe years go by. The need for a beffer organized independenl' sfudenl' body was fell' by lhe sfuclenfs and facully alilce. The ICC will cer- iainly provide Mu Epsilon Nu and Winnelaslca wi'l'h more enioyable parries, dances, and gel-fogefhers. Early in fhe spring fhe ICC organized an in- formal dance in fhe "LiHle Ballroom" of fhe newly remodeled Sfudenf Union Building. The size of 'lhe room and Hs conveniences make if an ideal spol' for en+er+ainmen+ which +he indepencleni sfudenis on l'he campus will long enioy. Alfhough we cannof boasi any vicfories in fhe inrramural program, fhe year has been successful in all sporfs. Again we wanf fo express our gra+i+ude fo all our sponsors for anoiher memorable school year. Top row: Anderson, Anoress, Bender, Bouck, Burch Burns, Clifford, Coleman. 2nd row: Dixon, Dubin, Eccles Eudaley, Gaulding, Godfrey, Goering, Gramer, 3rd row Hanson, Hawkins, Hubbard, Jarvis, Jones, Kaiser, Lahey Levinson. 4fh row: Lockharf, Loney, Lowe, Ludwig Maier, Mayberry, McBride, McCormick. Sfh row: Mc- Endree, Minrer, Mifchell, Perkins, Powell, Pralher, Rob bins, Ross. Boffom row: Shaffer, Shepard, Snyder, Wilke Wilson, Wood. Nor picfured: Afen, Black, Everfon Frazier, Holsf, Jiika, Lemmon, Maring, Murphy, Parker Plenerf, Robson, Rush, R. Snyder, Tisdale, Vallier, Varner Varnurn, Wallace, Webb, Wicheri, R. Willie. QF "f i f Q ,J ' - 'Q' L W . s .. ., 'S' . 4 Q Q 43 P , s 2 'e 2 so , f i ar r i Q-sr .. or r r 4. A W is is ai in zo - L lf: 1 ' rwii r lg JL A . M g r , 3 , , y . " i s ss is "' 45" l i Vkyr b. L I ,ef 1 k y, 1,. L K I . . Q I . . .si Q H' o o ' ' r A I Q .. r i 31 is A L . 'R ei.. ., . C K J is X l ' . . . - - -me A ff' 'J' '- r-., ", iiili ileisi' ii , -xiii : - : XM? , i K . i l f i i .s. ffl ,,,.. ur sso' idly ris. L N 4, ii .. ,av : . .Y 5 y A H , ie , ig -v-V 11 W Si' oi' H . fi .s F' A , ,lil ' Tr QE -is fi 3 'E N: . g xi in km K Ei X ' Q in-f .A -'v g f "" iff'-'f if ,,, Q: g ' qi , fi Y :zz as ,.,'- Q Q1 S12-M . 'ii i , . fn - A H i m, L , . . , 1, I ,,,. . kkgf fix K, In HK, .g V A. E A , 'Sip 4, , . by ,, , , Ll.. si ' 'f-, Q. - o . . Br 1 .1 I , ga. 5 X jak, Ur A K - IIQV. E. m y QP: X K Ah. S. il' x S i A PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Miss Cynfhia Woosler SPONSOR Sue Foy PRESIDENT Lois Garvie SECRETARYVTREASU RER PAN-HELLENIC Council is an organizafion composed of Ihree mem- bers from each sororily on 'lhe campus. The Pan-Hellenic Council is closely allied wi'I'h 'Ihe Inler-Fralernify Council as lhese Iwo groups form Ihe execulive council of Ihe Greek organizafions. I+ is in 'Phe Pan-Hellenic Council Ihal rush week rules are formuIa+ed and Ihe cooperalive spiril among sororilies is developed. The meelings are held under fhe sponsorship of Dr. Ru'I'h Schillinger and Miss Cynfhia Woosler. These meefings are called regularly 'Iwice a monfh in lhe SCA Room of 'Ihe Sludenl Union Building. Each year Ihe council awards a scholarship cup Io +he sorori'I'y wilh Ihe highesl' academic raling. This year's award was presenled lo Sigma Sigma Sigma. Della Sigma Epsilon and Thefa Sigma Upsilon were close for second place. Afler much discussion and rewriling on +he conslilulion, fhe local Pan-Hellenic Council, for fhe 'firsl lime, became a member of +he Nafional Pan-Hellenic Council. February I0, found Ihe Sfudenl Union Ballroom Ihe scene of "SweeI'hear+ Swirl", Ihe annual inlersororify formal held each year near VaIen+ine's Day. Red and while sfreamers connecfed Ihree large hearfs on each side of 'Ihe ballroom. On each of Ihe hearls were fhe Greek IeHers of one sororily. Silver IeHers, spelling ou+ Ihe lheme, were placed on lhe curlain behind lhe band. During infer- mission lhe group was enlerlained wilh Iwo special numbers. Danc- ing hours were lrom nine unI'iI lwelve o'cIock wilh music furnished by Ihe Counls. Boffom row: Teichgraeber, Knight, Garviey Goad, Schwab, Cox, Whiflow, Winzeler. TOP row: Sltillinger, Biewener, Johanning, Mueldener, Wiggins, Marmounl, Foy, Pflaum. I48 INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL INTER-FRATERNITY Council composed of fwo members from each frafernify and Mr. V. T. Trusler, Dean of Men, sponsor of lnfer-Fra- fernify Council. The lnfer-Frafernify Council is fhe governing and law-making body of fhe Men's Greek organizafions. Under ifs guid- ance rules for Rush Week and ofher social funcfions are sef up for fhe school year. This year fhe council changed fhe rule on re-pledg- ing a man. A man who has dropped his pledge may re-pledge fhe same organizafion fhe following semesfer if he so desires, buf a man musf waif a full semesfer before he can re-pledge anofher organiza- fion. Ofher rules are made and changed from fime fo fime fo con- form fo fhe needs of fhe frafernifies. Anofher aim of fhe council is fo promofe friendly relafions be- fween Greek and independenf organizafions. On January 3I, l950, new officers were elecfed. Roberf Jordon replaced Ronald Harrison as presidenf of fhe council. Plans for fhe annual "Easfer Hop" were discussed. This lnfer-Frafernify ball was held March 24 in fhe Sfudenf Union Ballroom fo fhe music of 'rhe Top Haffers. lnvifed guesfs were housemofhers and sponsors of fhe organizafions. Dr. Rufh Schillinger and Dr. G. A. Comsfock appeared before fhe council fo presenf obiecfions of Emporians and faculfy members con- cerning fhe conducf of Emporia Sfafe sfudenfs af social and sporf funcfions. Regular meefings were dispensed wifh 'lhis year: meefings were called by fhe presidenf or by Dean V. T. Trusler whenever quesfions arose fo be of inferesf fo all frafernify men on fhe campus. Leff lo righf: Jordon, Williams, Uhland, Cooper, Coleman, Worford, Gorman, Hoover, Trusler, Murphy. I49 V. T. Trusler SPONSOR Roberf Jordon PRESIDENT Melvin Murphy SECRETARY U55 , . f ' s-N., . ,riluwjt x x 'E 51 'tv' Q Mfg E 5? ' 1' K' Q VY LQE if if " fi -1 if aiifli-' f1'? kv, gg-i.s,.. .1 W l if ii if WM J A V ,k.. , k mw.,,,,,,, H, .4-enlilflu L ff- 1 may ,K K. fl, . 2 1 if ' .L Q 'JA A swtknln 1 .ww M440 M91 X, Q,,,.,,x 4. 4 ,. ., , :ff 'wb X kik,i:n.' 1 V w m x Q x.: , S XM Txxcqixknf i.. . .X X.-,ww I K 9 if'1'y 47' ', xff Mfr U-,X ,xfAfw :,kw,fa,-xsmx vw , fy +11- x 1 w , 4 X: X , , . , , K 1,1 f 3 , " " ' .,--,.. f--.-v+,-- ' ' - S 'Y 1 xxx A . L 1 m X '1 ' I K:-J A.vAl--,,,v,,M. 1 I i ....-.. 'item A f--.zzz 'X ... Q in-gssgafj'.wrA:qQ'L I . VM' irxifm , .CM V A ji if ... T px ,A .... I II jj my :mmm j - I' A.,. , -M :aw t was The presidenl' of Sfudenl' Council is JOHN Mc- CORMICK. John is a senior from Burlinglon, who is majoring in music and minoring in psychology. He is also presideni' of Xi Phi, and is Iisfed in Who's Who. The vice-presidenl' of S+ucIen'r Council is ROBERT EMRICH. Bob is a junior from Ellsworlh. His major is chemisI'ry and he is minoring in malhemafics. He is an ac'Iive member of Phi Sigma Epsilon. STUDENT THE ACTIVITIES of Ihe Sfudenf Council are direcl- ed Iowards a well-conceived program of s'I'ucIenI' exlra-curricular acfivilies and a soundly disfribuled emphasis among Ihe social, 'Ihe recreafional and a+hIeI'ic, Ihe aeslhelic, Ihe scienfific, 'I'he buclgefary, 'Ihe governmen+aI, and Ihe special in+eres+s of col- Iegiafe life. The funclions of Ihe Council consisl of 'Ihe or- ganizafion and supervision of s'I'uden'I elecfions, Ihe formulafion and adminisfralion of Ihe sfudenl ac- I'iviI'y budgef, +he cooperafive responsibilify wifh proper faculfy officers for +he social program and calendar of 'Ihe college, Ihe decisions wiI'h respecl Io applicafions for new campus organizalions, fhe formulalion of sfudenl' opinions and 'rhe inferprela- Mr. WALTER BUTCHER ROBERT JORDON Soonso' Senior Represenlarive Mr. ROY DURI-IAM ADELYN DESCHNER Sponso' Senior Represenfalive J 5 I fi-Jiisge H 5 . ,, Vjjj . , , ij i e: I iifwrel QQFI 4- if F 'Q I 3 sewxw f ET is gg gzavsw If It f .J g 1 fl .I COUNCIL fion of sfudenf needs and desires fo fhe college adminisfrafion, and fhe selecfion of fhe edifors and 'their immediafe assisfanfs for fhe fwo campus pub- licafions, The Bullefin and fhe Sunflower. Among fhe special acfivifies sponsored by fhe Council during fhe year were fhe Homecoming Dance, fhe acfivifies of Freshman Week and 'lhe selecfion of a candidafe fo represenf Emporia Sfafe in 'lhe confesf which ended in fhe crowning of fhe queen of fhe Kansas Universify Relays al' Lawrence. Those acfivifies sponsored by fhe Council which proved mosf popular wifh fhe sfudenfs were, quife nafurally, fhe all-school dances and fhe movie con- vocafions which were given from 'lime fo 'lime dur- ing fhe year. The movie convocafions were held af BERNIE CUSIC ROBERT KAISER Senior Represenfalive Junior Represenlafive DORIS WELLS ROGER RUTH Junior Represenfafive Junior Represenlalive fhe Granada fheafer and fhe dances were played by eifher The Counfs or fhe Top-Haffers. Acfing on a recommendafion by fhe Sfudenf Council, fhe Personnel Office re-opened fhe "Hor- nef's Nesf" during convocafions, in view of fhe fail- ure of fhaf measure fo increase affendance af con- vocafions. The primary worfh of fhe Sfudenf Council lies in fhe developmenf of cooperafion befween sfu- denfs and faculfy, 'lhe posifive disposifion on fhe parf of fhe sfudenfs fo find a worfhy solufion of fhe problems fhaf arise in fhe communify life on fhe campus, and fhe formafion of, and loyalfy fo, such ideals as characferize infelligenf, culfured people. If is fhe infroducfion fo governmenf by fhe people. WENDELL LADY ROBERT BANISTER Sophomore Represeniafive Freshman Represenfafive ROBERT HOWARD MAURICE GUY Sophomore Represenlaiive Freshman Represenfalive 'saw BULLETIN THIS YEAR The BuIIe+in received a firsi class honor ra'I'ing from I'he Columbia Scholasfic Press Associa- 'rion. This is Ihe firsi +ime in i'Is his+ory 'Iha+ Ihe paper received Ihe award. Also, The BuIIe+in was made a semi-weelcly publicafion for 'Ihe 'firsl' lime since fhe war. The rafing received by The BuIIe+in was for 'Ihe second semes+er of Ias+ year when Joan Hoch Pa+- Ierson was edilor and I'he firsl' semesfer of I'he currenl school year. The paper I'his year was under 'Ihe leadership of Harlan Long, edifor, and Wilbur Smifh, associale ediI'or. Ofher members of I'he ediforial sfaff 'Firs+ semesfer were Donna BaIIen'I'ine, socieI'y edi'I'or, and Roger Rulh, sporfs edilor. David Travis was busi- ness manager and Bob Jones acI'ed as his assisI'an'I. Jack Pugh was Ihe pholographer. Second semesfer I'he sfaff included: Kay Long, sociely edifor, Jack Lindberg, sporfs edifor, and Jackie Boyd, fealure ecIi+or. Roberf Mifchell was fhe business manager and Bob Howard 'I'he assis'I'anI'. The faculfy advisor is Mr. Loy Banlcs, who is also fhe Newspaper English ins+rucI'or. Reporlers 'For Ihe paper are members of 'Ihe News I and II Eng- Iish classes. Top: Harlan Long, edifor, The Bullefin. Boliom: Wilbur Smiih, associale edifcr. Teichgraeber. Long, Gould, Howar- depasquale, Suffon. leff fo rlghf: K. L Ii, Markowitz, Kn' Lef? side, lei? fo righf: Banks Boyd, McAIisIer, L dberg, H I fl d, Afhon Righf side onq, Wren Gardner, Henry, Clifford, Kum De, Ward Top: Joan Chance, edifor, Sunflower. Boffom: Mary Hefner, business manager. SUNFLCDWER THE l950 Sunflower, as in fhe pasf, has been con- sfrucfed wifh fhe idea of recording all fhe evenfs of Emporia Sfafe during fhe year, bofh picforially and iournalisfically. Many laughs, worries and hard work have gone info fhe Sunflower fhis year. Planning, phofograph- ing, assembling, and proof-reading are included in fhe jobs of fhe Sunflower sfaff. The sfaff was composed of Joan Chance, edifor: Mary Hefner, business manager: and Mr. Herberf Hollinger, Direcfor of Publicify, faculfy sponsor. Phofographers were: Donald Koons, Sfoughfon Richmond, Kennefh Koch and Jean Brandf. Joan Hoch Pafferson was feafure edifor, and Dick Mc- Alisfer and Roger Rufh were sporfs edifors. Copy wrifers were: Jean Leblon, Bob Howard, Janef Teichgraeber, Lee Gardner, Jack Lindberg, Milo Suffon, Merrill Afhon, and Vera Riley. Miss Norene Magafhan helped wifh sfenographic work and Don Carufhers and Beffy Jo Leonard mounfed picfures. The Sunflower sfaff hopes you will enjoy looking over fhe evenfs of fhe pasf year and fhaf fhis Sun- flower will hold ifs own among fhe freasures of college days. Sfandinq: Magafhan, Afhon, Gardner, Lindberg, Hollinger, Leblon, Koch. Seafed: Rufh, McAlisfer. X I XI PHI, an honorary organizafion on fhe K.S.T.C. campus, is based on leadership, service, coopera- fion, and Ioyalfy demonsfrafed in fhe classroom and on fhe campus. The requiremenfs for membership fo Xi Phi are: fhe sfudenf musf have complefed a minimum of 55 hours of academic worlr, and fhe sfudenf musf be elecfed info fhe organizafion by a unanimous vofe of fhe members. A maximum of 24 acfive members has been sef by fhe organizafion. Firsf semesfer fhere were I3 members, however, second semesfer II new sfu- denfs were pledged. They are: J. Warren Brinlc- man, Donald Carufhers, Kennefh Clayfon, Roberf Emrich, Roberf Jordan, Virginia Russell, Richard Schroll, Joan Smifh, Jarreff Thomas, Louise Gefz VanGundy, and Doris Wells. Two elecfions for membership are held each school year-spring and fall. The frafernify fries fo mainfain an equal represenfafion of men and women. PHI Xi Phi was founded af K.S.T.C., Emporia, in I922, and af 'rhe presenf fime if is sfill fhe only acfive chapfer. The fwo school sponsors for fhe frafernify are Dean Ray C. Maul and Mr. Alex Daughfry. Ifs main funcfions are publishing and selling fhe campus direcfory, which includes fhe names and addresses of all sfudenfs, faculfy, school deparf- menfs, and organizafionsg parficipafing in fhe March of Dimes on fhe campus, which fhis pasf year sfimulafed confribufions from fhe sfudenfs by holding a confesf for 'I'he sfudenfs fo elecf fhe "Toughesf Teacher on fhe Campus". The confesf was "won" by Mr. Sfillman P. Vincenf of fhe social science deparfmenf. Anofher projecf in which Xi Phi parficipafes is sponsoring fhe Anniversary Ball, fhe only "all- school" formal dance. This dance is in commemora- 'lion of fhe opening of fhe Sfudenf Union Ballroom, which was officially opened on May 7, I929, wifh fhe firsf K.S.T.C. all-school formal. This year's dance was held on Safurday, May I3. RONALD HARRISON RUBY BIEWENER ROGER RUTH MARTHA HASSLER ROBERT KAISER WINNIE DRAKE JOHN MCCORMICK JANET TEICHGRAEBER JOHN GORMAN JOSEPHINE BLOXOM MR. ALEX DAUGHTRY DR. RAY C. MAUL JEAN LEBLON UEL BURDEN WALTER CROUCH Lefl fo righf: Gorman, Cfiqui, Ruih, R S rh, Kiefer, Leblon, Burden, McCormick. WHO'S WHO THE IDEA of creafing one nafional basis of recog- nifion for college sfudenfs fhaf would be demo- crafic and devoid of dues, inifiafion fees or ofher cosfs fo fhe sfudenf was conceived abouf I6 years ago. Then came fwo years of research, corre- spondence, fravel, and inferviews wifh college ad- minisfrafors, personnel managers, sfudenfs and un- dergraduafe organizafions fo defermine whefher fhere was a need for such an organizafion as Who's Who Among Sfudenfs in American Universifies and Colleges. Endorsemenf by fhese groups en- couraged fhe venfureg fhus fhe publicafion firsf came info prinf for fhe school year I934-35. Recognifion by Who's Who means fhaf fhe sfu- denf was, firsf, officially recommended from fhe universify or college he affends and, fhen, accepfed by fhe organizafion. Nominafions may be submif- fed annually by four-year degree-granfing insfifu- fions. College iuniors, seniors and sfudenfs enrolled in graduafe courses are eligible for nominafion. Selecfion of nominees is conducfed by campus commiffees fhaf usually include sfudenf-faculfy- adminisfrafion represenfafives. Nominafions from each school are handled fhrough a member of fhe faculfy or adminisfrafion or by anofher sfaff mem- ber appoinfed fo direcf fhe acfivify. Nominafing commiffees are requesfed fo consider fhe sfudenf's scholarship, his leadership and parficipafion in edu- cafional and exfracurricular acfivifies, his cifizenship and service and his promise of fufure usefulness. ln fhe schools fhere is an increasing fendency fo use poinf sysfems for selecfing nominees. There is no compefifion among fhe various insfifufions sub- miffing nominafions, as fheir curricula and exfra- curricular programs differ foo greafly for accurafe comparison: each insfifufion parficipafing is as- signed a separafe quofa large enough fo give a well-rounded represenfafion of fhe sfudenf body, small enough fo confine nominafions fo an excep- fional group of sfudenfs, and based upon currenf enrollmenf. Sfudenfs nof picfured above who were chosen are: David Wood, Keifh Alcins, lvan Trusler, and Josephine Bloxom. Of fhe I3 lisfed fhis year, four are doing graduafe worlc. All buf fwo of fhese I3 are from Kansas. E Eoffom row: Snrh Ffeefran, Z"n'ne"'nan Kieier, Henle' King Rafe Holie, Rock, Berends. 2nd row: Schrafnrnel, D. Blylhe, P. Blyfhe, Presfon, McAlisTer, Case, Redfield, Sacks Dalhbeclf, Top row: Cfiqui Tmsle' Sinslefon B'inknnan Mafhews, Burden Moflsf, BA1. KAPPA DELTA PI FOUNDED when fhe Illinois Educafion Club was reorganized under fhe sfafe laws of Illinois, Kappa Delfa Pi was incorporafed on June 8, l9ll, and fhen in l920, lofa Chapfer was esfablished af Kan- sas Sfafe Teachers College of Emporia. The purpose of Kappa Delfa Pi is fo encourage high professional, infellecfual, and personal sfand- ardsg fo recognize oufsfanding confribufions fo edu- cafiong and fo mainfain a high degree of profes- sional fellowship among ifs members. Members are selecfed from fhe upper fwenfy- five per cenf of fhe iunior and senior classes, wifh- ouf regard fo race, religion, color, or sex. Facfors falcen info considerafion in elecfing new members are high scholarship, professional affifude, abilify fo grow in educafion, personalify, abilify fo express fhoughf, and affifude foward life and feaching. Among fhe special acfivifies of fhe chapfer dur- ing fhe year were a parfy given in honor of fhose freshmen who were honor sfudenfs in high school, and fhe awarding of fhe honor lcey fo Dr. H. E. Schrammel in recognifion of his unswerving devo- fion fo fhe work and principles of Kappa Delfa Pi. The presenfafion was made af fhe regular March meefing of fhe chapfer. The Sevenfeenfh Biennial Convocafion was held near Mi+cheII, Indiana, and 'rwo delegafes were senf by lofa chapfer. These delegafes were fhe presi- denf, Marfha Hassler, and anofher member, Janice Case. Annually, a 550.00 scholarship is granfed fo one of fhe oufsfanding members of fhe organizafion, and fhis year fhe award wenf fo Richard Schroll, of Syracuse. lofa chapfer of Kappa Delfa Pi has for ifs coun- selor, Nafhan P. Budd, regisfrar of fhe college, and is sponsored by Dr. Schrammel, who has been a member of fhe local chapfer since l925. Kappa Delfa Pi has had a very successful year, bofh locally and nafionally, and has every hope for a confinued life of service fo fhe campus, sfafe, and nafion. 1 ,M 1 an - . Y . ' rf f- ,rj is L' su " " cz Seafed: Brfnkrran, Rcofc Drake. Sfanding: Redfield, Malhews Grundrneier, Hoilrran, Riddle, Beyer, Love, Williamson, Sanderson Waddell, Sfafen, Rowan, Krefsinger, ALPHA THETA RHO OFFICERS J. WARREN BRlNKMAN . . . . Rresidenf WINNIE DRAKE . . . . Vice-Presidenf MARY RURLE ..... , Secrefary MISS MARY KRETSlNGER . . Sponsor ,Emi ALPHA Thefa Rho, founded on fhe Emporia Sfafe campus in I938, is an honorary arf frafernify. Membership is limifed fo I5 acfive members who are maiors or minors in fhe field of arf. They are chosen fo membership on fhe basis of scholasfic sfandards and musf meef fhe approval of fhe club. Acfivifies consisf of discussion and proiecfs be- yond fhose presenfed in fhe classroom. Over fhe fradifional coffee and doughnufs, such designs and ideas were carried ouf as seen in fhe form of confribufions fo fhe decorafion of Curli-Q and homecoming decorafions. The club sponsors exhibifs of sfudenf work in fhe Gallery of fhe Hofel Broadview, and posfers are made for fhe Sfudenf Union Building. A one-day sfand was held on Com- mercial Sfreef resembling Greenwich Village where all manner of reacfions were received fo fhe arfisfic endeavors. Chrisfmas card designs were made and a card designed by J. Warren Brinkman was chosen by Presidenf David L. MacFarlane for official use. During second semesfer fhe group did figure drawing. Cpporfunifies are given fo aspiring young ar- fisfs fo make confacfs wifh persons in fhe arf pro- fession who sponsor acfivifies in fhe arf field. Miss Mary Krefsinger and Mr. Norman R. Ep- pink are sponsors for fhe organizafion which meefs once a monfh. THE LARGE number of scoufers ancl former Boy Scou+s on +he American college campuses led fo ihe foundafion of fhe only service frafernify of na- 'lional scope. Alpha Phi Omega is known fo all as APO. Ai' Emporia Sfafe, APO has had a brillianl' s+ar'I'. Epsilon Alpha chapier, one of one hundred and fwenfy-four chapfers in fhe coun'I'ry, was founded in I946. Numerous proiecfs were faken by 'I'he men of Epsilon Alpha. In fhe spirif of service fo ihe sfu- denfs, fhey edifed fhe E-Sfafe handbook in Sep- lember. They lenf a hand ai' ballgames, where 'they managed fhe "Kno1' Hole Gang." A new proiecf ihis year was 'lhe business managing of fhe Roose- velf High School baskefball games. The service of APO is four-fold: +o 'lhe nafion, lhe sfudeni' body and fhe college, fhe communify and ifs people, and 'ro +he members ihemselves. Twice 'lhis year we had an opporfunify fo help 'lhe Emporia Chamber of Commerce, firsi' wilh a general spring clean-up campaign for which leams of men inspecled differenf areas of fhe +own. The second iob was a C of C home beaufificafion project For ifs everlasfing spiri'I' of benevoleni' service Alpha Phi Omega has long been known as fhe "Kiwanis Club of lhe Campus." fs -w ,.. M Boffom row: McAIisler, Shumafe, Newman, Hawkins, Lenke, Archer. L bl J R Th N ff H d Top row: e on, ones, u , u er, owar ALPHA PHI OMEGA Jean Leblon . Harold Nuller Donald Hanilan . OFFICERS Dr. D. L. MacFarlane, Clair Turner Waller Buicher . Presicleni Treasurer Hisiorian Sponsors Sponsor Boffom row: B. Love, S. Gordon, Sawyer, McKee, Doll, M. Gordon, Duryea. 2nd row: Gardner, Groendycke, Smifh, Zimmerman, Albers, Hill, Gasserf. 3rd row: Kind, Davis, Vanderhoof, Wald, Polansky, Bryanl, Folck, Deschner, Olm. Top row: Calkins, Vance, C. Love, Schroll, Myers, Miller, Hodge, Keffner, Jones. OFFICERS Lee Gardner . Presidenf Roloerf Hodge . . . Vice-Presidenf Richard Schroll . Secrefary-Treasurer E. J. Callcins . . . . Sponsor FUTURE TEACHERS of America was founded in I939 and fhere are now fiffy-seven acfive chapfers in fhe Unifed Sfafes. The chapfer on fhe Emporia Sfafe campus was esfablished in I940 and was given fhe name of The Herberf G. Lull Chapfer. Membership in fhis chapfer now numbers fiffy- eighf, and because of fhis large membership fhe group was placed on fhe Vicfory Honor Roll. The purpose of fhe organizafion is fo promofe a professional oufloolr in ifs members fhrough relaf- ed speeches and films. The program for fhe year began wifh a picnic held early in fhe school year for new members. Meefings are held once each monfh in fhe Sfudenf Union. Af one of fhe meefings Dr. H. E. Schram- mel, of fhe Bureau of Measuremenf, spoke on fesf- ing. Mr. Alex Daughfry, head of fhe Placemenf Bureau, gave a fall: on placemenf services, and af anofher meefing Mr. Ward Overholf, insfrucfor in fhe physical science deparfmenf, spoke fo fhe group on visual educafion. An English film on fhe Brifish school sysfem was shown fo fhe group. Members of fhe group affended local P. T. A. meefings during March. WITH MEMBERSHIP based on scholarship and professional promise, Epsilon Pi Tau is aimed af fhe beffer preparafion of 'Ieachers in general, as well as fhe furfhering of and promofion of inferesf in indusfrial arfs. The nafional organizafion was founded af Ohio Sfafe Universify on March I3, I929. There are fhirfy-six acfive chapfers. The local chapfer, Alpha Epsilon, was esfab- Iished on April I9, I949, and is sponsored by Mr. E. L. Barnharf, indusfrial arfs deparfmenf head. Ofher faculfy members who are acfive in fhe organ- izafion are Dale Hogan, Norman P. Ashbaugh, and Harold Woods. On December I7, I949, nine new members were insfalled in fhe chapfer. lmmediafely following fhe inifiafion, a banquel' was held in fhe Sfudenf Union. The guesf speaker was Dr. DeWill Hunf, head of fhe School of lndusfrial Arfs Educafion and Engi- neering Shopwork af Oklahoma A. and M. College. The organizafion has successfully complefed ifs firsf year on fhe campus of Emporia Sfafe, and now looks forward fo more of fhe same. Boffom row: Eubank, Blyfhe, Crrqui, Barnharf, Irwin, Daniels. 2nd row: Hogan, McMullen, Lenke, Sfaafz, Smith, Pafferson. Top row: Wood, Doman, Jones, Coleman, Hoffman. Ashbaugh. OFFICERS ORVEL CRIOUI .... . Presidenf DON BLYTHE . . . Vice-Presidenl' JACK IRWIN . . . Secrcfary-Treasurer E. L. BARNI-IART . . Sponsor KAPPA MU EPSILON Bofiom row: Moreland, Robinson, Ouiring, Peterson, Reed, Tucker, Sheffield, Sirauch. 2nd row: Beafrie, Mar' ing, Ericson, Thomas, Rurh, Kaschalc, Henry. Top row: Varvel, Prorhe, Crawford, Wright, Koons. OFFICERS WAYNE OUIRIN6 . . ALBERT FLANDERS . . RANDOLPH ROBINSON i Rresidenl Vice-Rresidenl . . . . . Recording Secrelary EUGENE MORELAND . DR OSCAR J. PETERSON Treasurer . . Sponsor KAPPA MU EPSILON is a naiional honorary mafhemafics 'frafernify wi+h membership open 'ro sfudenis who have com- pleled cerfain general and mafhemaiical requiremenfs. Kappa Mu Epsilon had ifs beginning af Norfheasfern Sfafe College of Tahlequah, Oklahoma, in I93l. The chapfer of Emporia Sfafe, Kansas Bela, was esfablished in May, I934, and since fhal' 'lime has been s+reng+hened by a folal mem- bership, pasf and presenf, of 3l6 persons. The obieclives behind Kappa Mu Epsilon are 'lo furfher inferesf in malhe- maficsg +o help 1'he undergraduafe realize +he imporfanl' role ihal' maihemaiics has played in 'l'he developmenf of wesiern civilizafiong fo develop an appreciaiion of 'the power and beaufy possessed by maihemafics, due lo ifs demands for logical and rigorous modes of fhoughh and +o provide a socieiy 'For fhe recognifion of oulsfanding achievemenf in fhe sfudy of ma+hema+ics in fhe undergraduafe level. Members noi' picfuredz L. Laird, A. Morris, R. OHer- sfrom, J. Amend, J. Bloxom, D. Carulhers, J. Dempsey, W. Dixon, R. Burch, A. Flanders, M. Fowler, L. Holle, J. Johnson, D. Mercer, R. Owen, l. Richards, L. Smifh, A. Ruslc, L. Willcie, L. Wilson, W. Woods, P. Wygle, C. Schauer. I64 LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA LAMBDA Delfa Lambda was founded in i932 af Fairmonf, Wesf Virginia. The purpose of fhis scho- lasfic organizafion is fo furfher inferesf in physical science. Nu chapfer was esfablished in I937 on fhe Emporia Sfafe campus. A scienfific paper is presenfed al' each meefing. Mr. Ward Overholf is sponsor for fhe club. Boffom row: Vawel, Clawon, Ove'holl Cmarn, Robinson, Wilson, Tno'nas. 2nd row: Pugh, Pfoelfe, Robinson, Cafufhers, Maier, Bur- qerf, Schauer, Kasclwak. 3rd row: Klofz, Mcfxlisler, Rufln, Koons, Wilke, Dowell, Relph, Moreland. THE SCIENCE Club was organized in I939 and was a fusion of fhe former agriculfure, biology and physical science clubs. The aim of fhe organizafion is 'ro creafe and promofe inferesf in all fields of science. Meefings are held fhe second Monday of each monfh. A fall: or demonsfrafion is presenfed by a member of fhe faculfy or an individual in- feresfed in some field of science. Dr. Weldon N. Balmer, chemisfry professor, is sponsor. SCIENCE CLUB Boffom row: Hoskin, Pugh, H. Ericson, Koch, McWherfer, Libben, Brown, Bender, Chance. 2nd row: Carufhers, Hislcey, Dempsey, Eqner, Breukelrnan, Andrews, Gorman, A, Ericson, Robinson, Thomas, Afhon. Top row: Spencer, Hodge, Campbell, Cram, Overholl, Mills, Smifh, McCabe, Justus, Dowell, Andress. PI GAMMA MU Boifom arden row. ::i.e' A'ne'r, Franz, Eafer, Krzzer W M T ' " S ' Pixie, Snane ec, 2nd row: S'n:1Ie'cn, rewns, CaIc:n:, -cwog I Seweik T op row PI GAMMA Mu was founded in Winfield, Kansas, in December, I924. The Kansas Iofa chapfer was esfabIished on fhe K.S.T.C. campus May 23, I946. The purpose of fhe club is fo promofe inferesf in fhe social sciences. Dr. C. E. Arneff is sponsor. SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB BOHO m row. Moshe' Kiefer R'Iex' Bweno' Hooper Crowe S I , I Top row: D,C ry Ewan, S:n'oIi Kefney Jones, ,, I , , --as, c, -, . A ESTABLISHED in I9I2, Social Science CIub has as ifs purpose 'I'he undersfanding and broadening of all fields of social science. Sponsors for fhe organ- izafion are Dr. WiIIiam SeiIer and Dr. Orville Mosher. Pl OMEGA Pi was founded af Norfheasf Missouri Sfafe Teachers College in l923g Mu chapfer was esfablished on Emporia Sfafe campus in l929. Membership consisfs of commerce maiors chosen for fheir skill and abilify fo excel in professional efforfs and for fheir promise in business educafion. The major acfivifies of fhe year included a frip fo Kansas Cify, Missouri, where several large indus- fries were visifedg sponsoring a Business Educafion Conference on March l8, and fhe annual banquef held in May. A yearbook, Mu Pi Omegan, was published April l5, by Wilbur Dorsey. Officers for fhe club are: Joanne Ramy, presi- denfg Melville Archer, vice-presidenfg Ann Welch, secrefaryg and Vernon Beaffie, freasurer. Loren Ballenfine is hisforian and Wilbur Dorsey is edifor. Mr. E. C. McGill, head of fhe commerce deparf- menf, is sponsor for fhe organizafion. Pl OMEGA PI Boffom row: MCC-1-ill, Welch, Ramy, Doile, Taylor, Wells, Gieichman Simmons, Duclcwall, Johnsfon. 2nd row: Baehr, Archer, Cunclilh Prieb, Wilson, Mifchell, Sullon, Wrighl, Ballenfine, Joergenson, Mc Bride, Russell, Hielf. Top row: Bealfie, Weinman, Ellis, Worford Harnden, Peferson, Keupker, Shogren, George, Harrison, Dorsey Whifesell, Elder. OFFICERS Carol l-laize . ..... Presiclenf Carl Knouse . . Vice-Presidenf Melville Archer . . Secrefary-Treasurer Mr. V. C. l-lieff . . . . Sponsor COMMERCE CLUB THE PURPOSE of fhe Commerce Club is fo pro- mofe among ifs members a professional inferesf foward business and ifs modern frends. Any sfu- denf inferesfed in fhe field of commerce is eligible for membership. Social evenfs during fhe year included a picnic af Pefer Pan Park, af which games were played and officers for fhe year were elecfedg and fhe annual Commerce Club banquef on April 25, in fhe Siu- denf Union Coffee Shop. Presidenf David L. Mac- Farlane was fhe guesf speaker. Monfhly meefings are held in fhe commerce de- parfmenf. Mr. J. V. Karolilc, manager of fhe Globe- Union Baffry Company, presenfed fo fhe group fhe sfory of how aufomobile bafferies are manufac- fured. Mr. D. L. Balfz, manager of fhe New Proc- ess Laundry, spoke on fhe managemenf and opera- fion of a laundry. Mr. W. R. Bruckner, owner of Bruclmer's Clofhing Sfore, spoke on fhe operafion of a refail sfore. Mr. H. E. Schlicfer, head of fhe display deparfmenf af Newman's, fallced fo fhe group on adverfising and display. Carl Knouse, vice-presidenf, fool: over fhe dufies of presidenf second semesfer upon fhe wifhdrawal from school of Carol Haize. Pi Omega Pi, honorary commerce frafernify, and Commerce Club ioin in sponsoring fhings which are of inferesf fo fhe commerce deparfmenf. All officers of Commerce Club are members of Pi Omega Pi. Membership in fhe club now numbers 200, fhe largesf in fhe hisfory of fhe organizafion, and also fhe largesf in fhe school. Mr. V. C. HieH', of fhe commerce deparfmenf, is sponsor for fhe organizafion. All members of fhe commerce faculfy are members of fhe club. ofhjrn rgw: WHi7a'ni! Bees? MfQE'Wnnej HOUQ Klndifwnn Maven C O M M E R C E C L U B Ang, w, Q :son B.. -n Fanxn3,,,, Jo ns'on B10 D6 Q. 2nd row. Klene Ueafv, Brose, Klmnpe, Srvefners, Wundef, Benner CoIe'nan Ra '-" Y ', Winze ef, Scnwab McMH.an, Top row: L'!a Owen Bunn' e-Je-nef, Baliz, Ross Kueowf, Mwpny Mawgason, T. Lynne See' :an GNciQn"'an, Lek: Owen. Boffom row: R. B. Russelh Ludwig, McConneNi, R. Russell, Fry M. Owens, Kev, Uqnfcap, Carmfcnaeh Wszinnnan, McCaU'on Cfowel 2nd row: Hendfkson Frnne' Rees, Strong, Wofiofn Dorsev, Cook, PyNe, Sfewaff, Fefrow, Hinsnaw. Criqul. Top row Giffin, Bakaq McCo"naNv, Robbins, Gefded G'abno"v Snvffr Conkl'n Milk' Hunw'nqe', Rigsby, Lewia. 1:59 Bohom row: Thompson, Cannon, SneNenberqef, Koen, Cuz, Posey, Hueberf, Nelson, Groh, Reynohis, Joerqensen, Wnifesell. 2nd row Sauder, Shoemaker, Jones, Wicnerf, PMJH, M. Lynda, Luiz, WeNs, Bfnes, SQOH, Price, Cnpps, Sznefref. Top row: Case, Wi!son Cun :Mtn Lockamz, Beanie, Bradshaw, Pet-arg, Suffon, Adams, Hmnoen, Harrison, Fveund. COMMERCE CLUB Boifom row: McBride, Apmegaic, WHMTQ, Sufion, Hennessey, Hef- ner, Tay!or, Penneih Doife Hlnerfnan, Nlxon. R. W1Nson, Bacnr. Top row: Gfeen, Lowe, Jones Akin, B!-evinb, Laws, Pneb, Move, Andefson, J. Carr, M. Carr, Linusczy, Richardson, CVJWQOVO. ON OCTOBER fhird, fo begin fhe school year fif- fingly, a picnic was given in honor of all new mem- bers in KSTC's Home Economics Club. Tofal en- rollmenf in fhe organizafion was almosf doubled. Af fhis inifial meefing officers were infroduced and fhe purpose of fhe club presenfed and explained. The formal candlelighf inifiafion service was held af fhe club's second gafhering. The monfhly meefing in November saw a flower clemonsfrafion given by Mr. Marfin Tipfon of fhe Emporia Floral Company. December's annual Chrisfmas dinner, which was affendecl by a large group, fulfilled a club fradifion. Mr. H. L. Zimmerman of fhe Emporia Pasfry Shop demonsfrafed cake clecorafing mefhocls and pafferns in fhe January assembly, and in February a second dinner was held, fhis one honoring mem- bers of fhe Home Economics Club from fhe College of Emporia. Miss Anna Grace Caughron, Home Demonsfrafion Agenf, falked fo fhe group in March. i Several members of fhe local club affended fhe 'lwo-day Sfafe Home Economics Meefing of Col- lege Clubs held in Topeka in March. Doris Kind, a senior, is Sfafe College Club secrefary. Boffom row: N. Borfz, Hayden, Deschner, B. Borfz, Riley, Kind. 2nd row: Robbins, Sfarr, Fennell, Wingafe, Anderson, Brown, Kingsley, Ericson. Top row: Corrigan, McKnighf, Helrnley, Sheridan, Madole, Winzeler, Schwab, Koch, Shaw. HOME EC CLUB OFFICERS Virginia Higgins ...... Presiolenl Adelyn Deschner . . Vice-Presiolenr Vera Riley . . . . Secrelary Doris Kincl .... . Treasurer Miss Margarel Corrigan . . Sponsor Mrs. Dorofhy Woods . . Sponsor PHYSICAL ED CLUB Boffom row: Rees, Lyons, Thomas, Teichgraeber, Lambert, Garvie, Roland, Waln, McCoy. Top row: Galley, Merri- wealher, McMillan, Bailey, Whillow, Munzer, Bryanf, Dorris, Edwards, McCandless, Mendum, McCullough. COMPOSED OF physical educaiion majors and minors, +he purpose of fhe Physical Educafion Club is fo promoie leadership and +o presenf educafional and social relafionships. The club sponsored a high school play day, had fwo picnics, a Chrisfmas din- ner, and a Valenline par+y. W R A BOARD 0 Boffom row: Dorris, Galley, McCullough, Harrison, Irwin, Whitlow. Top row: Bailey, Thomas, Rees, Quincy, Bryanl, Adam, King, Hunfer, Lyons, Waln. THE WOMEN'S Recreaiional Associafion is in charge of women's physical recreafional acfivifies. The membership of 'l'he advisory board consisls of represen'l'a'I'ives from each organizaiion in 1'he physi- cal educa+ion deparfmeni. The sponsors for fhe board are Miss Edna McCullough and Miss Jeanne Galley. SPLASH CLUB was organized in I928 fo provide a swimming organizafion for advanced swimmers. The program sfresses perfecfion in form and grace. This year fhe club gave a wafer carnival 'For C. of E. girls and also a guesi' day for women s+uden+s of K.S.T.C. The sponsor is Ruby Munzer. SPLASH CLUB Jelly, Anoerson, Kingsley, Garve, Collins, Meyer, Terry, Coon VanGundy. l ': :X , V QV' 1 . 2 li , Y? . 51+ i X's, i I 5 '- 'V V Q x. 7 is K li: E , I" all Q' ' :N , , , . V, - V ,L , , VV 573 J jg ,V if VV Q , VV V Vg View V V, u VV V! ',,'i 2 A ' W i : ,,,V V QE V V ,.s. I VV 'W . 'lbw A Q '- l ll L' A S A ll' A if A L A sy 3 -.HV W V VV, ,V V V 2 XXL- My lj- 'gf f f 1 C, , ' y Q 1 , , -js xg., , ' ll I ' f f-fm x -'Q l s L - af f ' MA x V Y 5 QV: V Ss., 'V 1 J gf . , W , A . , - X3 'J' V ,ff - U. A 1 ' . ,J I L , a f f Q f 2 iins a --f- ww ! C l , ffl V i , , ,la V ,.r""+. , eww ' :.. Q 1 I 5 RHYTHMIC Circle is an organiza'I'ion for advanced modern dance sfudenfsg 'Phe club was 'Founded in I923. The program for fhe year included fwo lecfure-demons+ra'I'ion numbers and fhe Annual Spring Reci+al. Miss Cafherine Mendum is sponsor for 'I'he club. RHYTHMIC CIRCLE Boffom row: Daniels, Drake, Thomas, Lyons, Sargeanf, Moser. Top row: Cook, Clayfon, Tunison, McHen'y, Hoffman. I73 Boffom row: Wilson, Robbins, Posey, Clifford, Sfarner, Wilks, Sia- ples, Mclvlannis. Top row: Gay, Orr, Knipe, Andreaiia, Pafierson, Burch, Belden, O'Doul, Breckenridge, Soulh, Louia. RADIO CLUB orrlcens John Clifford .... . Presidenf John walks . . . Vice-Presiclenf Mary Sfarner . . Secrefary lvlr. C. Richard Orr . Sponsor THE PURPOSE of fhe Radio Club is fo provide a background of acfual working experience in fhe field of radio. Organized over a year ago, fhe club gof info full swing during fhe I949-50 ferm. New members were added and an inexperienced crew gradually developed in radio confidence and knowledge. The year was devofed fo fechnical experimenfa- fion and 'ro fhe gaining of producfion know-how. To fhis end, Sfafion KVES wenf on fhe air manned by sfudenf announcers, engineers, enferfainers, and disc-iockeys. The call leffers-KVES-sfand for fhe "Voice of Emporia Sfafe," and fhaf abouf sum- marizes fhe sfafion's goal. The broadcasfing fre- quency was 670 kilocycles. Original scripfs as well as professional plays were produced, acfed, and direcfed by Radio Club members-under fhe sponsorship of Mr. C. Richard Orr, speech insfrucfor. Alfogefher, over one hun- dred sfudenfs acfively parficipafed-and fhe lisf of radio enfhusiasfs was expanding rapidly. lf was fun, if was work-if was excifing! Wifh fhe groundwork laid and fhe experience gained, fhe Radio Club looks foward a promising fufure. PI Dena' Iargesf honorary forensic frafernify Boffom row: Hooper, Campbell, Eflalux, lLaIq+uesf,LKiefer, Johnsfon. e in fhe Unifed Sfafes, has as ifs purpose fhe furfher- ance of public spealcing and infercollegiafe foren- sics. lf is one of fhe fhree nafional honorary forensic frafernifies of fhe counfry. The ofher fwo are Delfa Sigma Rho and Tau Kappa Alpha. Pi Kappa Delfa was organized in l9l3 and is governed by a Nafional Council elecfed by dele- gafes of fhe local chapfers af biennial convenfions. Each chapfer is required fo be represenfed in af leasf every ofher nafional convenfion. Nafional confesfs in orafory, exfemporaneous speaking and debafing are held af fhe convenfions and mosf chapfers send fwo fo fen delegafes. The official publicafion, The Forensic, is pub- lished four 'limes a year. Each acfive member is enfifled fo fhe magazine. Local chapfers are divid- ed info nine provinces: Greaf Plains, Missouri, Illinois, Pacific, Sioux, Lower Mississippi, Lakes, Up- per Mississippi, Soufh Easf. The Kansas Zefa Chapfer gave a program and parfy af fhe beginning of fhe year for freshmen and debafe squad newcomers and sponsored fhe High School Class A Debafe Tournamenf. An infer- chapfer banquef affended by ofher Kansas chap- fers climaxed fhe year. Eighl new members were inifiafecl. 2nd row: Howard, Fay, Kaiser, ng ls, as n, evxnson, Leblon, PI KAPPA DELTA Boffom row: George, Farris, Roclc, Kenf, G-cad, Lehr, 2nd row: Hue- berf, Kloxin, Anderson, Klosferrnan, Walls, Harbauqh, Thorpe. Top row: Bailey, Koch, Riley, Crowe, Quincy, Newcomer, S1ewarT,Jannsen. SPHINX OFFICERS DOLORES ROCK . . . . Presidenf ESTHER ZIMMERMAN . . Vice-Presiclenf EVELYN FARRIS . . Secrefary MARCIA KOCH . . Treasurer SPHINX LITERARY Sociefy was founded in l9I9 by Miss Theresa Ryan. The monfhly programs are devofed fo fhe sfudy of old and new liferafure. Any woman sfudenf inferesfed in fhe sfudy and discus- sion of liferafure is eligible for membership. The firsf acfivify of fhe year was fhe annual fea which was held in fhe SCA Room of fhe Sfudenf Union Building on Ocfober I. Guesfs included col- lege women inferesfed in liferafure. Nina Wiggins and Iyla Gay confribufed fo fhe program by giving readings. Twenfy new members ioined Sphinx af fhe firsf meefing. A highlighf of fhe firsf semesfer was fhe Chrisf- mas parfy of which fhe women of Sphinx and Omega parficipafed in fhe Chrisfmas fesfivifies. Dorofhy Kenf was elecfed as vice-presidenf af fhe beginning of fhe second semesfer fo fill fhe vacancy leff by Esfher Zimmerman who graduafed in January. A spring banquef for members and sponsors was fhe culminafing acfivify of fhe year for Sphinx. The program for fhis banquef included insfallafion of new officers for nexf year. Miss Pauline Henderson and Miss Vida Aslrew are sponsors for fhe organizafion. OMEGA LITERARY Sociefy was organized in I902 as a debafing sociefy by 2I women sfudenfs. The sociefy was given fhe name Omega since af fhaf fime if was fhe Iasf group fo be organized as a debafing sociefy. Omega now emphasizes fhe sfudy of Iiferafure as an acfivify rafher fhan debafe. Omega's membership of 35 is Iimifed fo women who have affended college af Ieasf one semesfer and who have a high scholasfic sfandard. Mrs. J. W. Mayberry and Miss Faye Huffman are fhe sociefy's sponsors, wifh Mrs. William Allen Whife and Mrs. Thomas W. Bufcher as honorary members. One of fhe mosf imporfanf acfivifies of fhe Omega Sociefy is fhe mainfenance of fwo sfudenf Ioan funds, one for undergraduafe and one for graduafe sfudy. These funds are always available fo fhe sociefy's members and are supporfed by giffs from fhe sociefy and alumnae members. Omega's social highlighfs fhis year have been fhe inifiafion services, fhe season's ioinf Chrisfmas parfy wifh Sphinx, fhe aIumnae's dinner for fhe acfive chapfer, an inspiring program cenferecl around fhe Grand Canyon Suife by Dufay, and fhe spring luncheon for all acfive members of Omega and fhe refurning alumnae. Boffom row: Love, Gleichman, Remy, Huffman, Wren, Hassler, Taylor. 2nd row: Smifh, Moore, English, Kiefer, Gardner, Freeman, Briles. Top row: Shornber, Deschney I-Toile, Case, HiII, Koch, Libben. OFFICERS JOANNE RAMY . . . Presidenf KATHLEEN GLEICI-IMAN . . Vice-Presidenf MARILYN WREN . . . Secrefary MARTHA I-IASSLER . Treasurer E LEMENTARY Boffom row: Douglass, Kzng, Loma, Zimrwerrran, Roca Kng B l 2nd row: Kino Moore Be'er'os Meuer Varve Base' Berman, Top TCW: M c Ca , , ,.,, i ave, c co ,,,,, Goocz Lelw, l-lassler, Reescy Poansiw, Case, Foy New ze. STUDENTS in+eres+ed in elemen'I'ary educalion are eligible 'lo belong lo Elemen+ary Club. Regular mon+l1ly meelings are held, 1'l1e firsl' one of 'lhe year being a picnic. A Chrisrmas parly was held and members broughl' packages for flie S+a+e Orpl1an's Home al' A'l'cl1ison. , ,...,.....ww Bolfom row: Comslock Dielricn, Evans, Creexfer, Busns. 2nd row. Slegman, Slone, Apolegale, Ames, Cook Travis, Grebho' row: Dfiilv, Sroebrook, VVlwiiesell Clifford, Dorsev. Prieb. KAPPA MU LAMBDA KAPPA MU Lambda was founded in l926. H was organized as a social sororily for married women sludenls and laler expanded +o include sludenls' wives. Meefings are held Twice a mon'l'l1 in lhe Slu- denl' Union Building. THE PURPOSE of French Club is lo provide s'l'u- denls wil'h a beHer underslanding of French cul- fure and fo aid lhem in learning The French lan- guage. All members of French classes are eligible. This year French luncheons and a French Chrislmas , , , Boffom row: Slalen, Sldorfsky, Shomber, Eguuluz, Viefs, Green dinner were given, Campbell, Berends, Kiefer. 2nd row: Ballenline, Yousselych, Neho- rayan, Sheffield, Scafe, Campbell, Moore, Rowan, Wallace, Leblon Top row: Miller, l-lirschorn, Molfal, Vazquez, Amend, Nehoray H Boffom row: Miller, Slaples, Ruple, Loomis, Eguiluz, Freeman, l-lam mer, Vazquez, Cowan, Shomber, McCain. 2nd row: Flores, Mercado Andrealfa, Wallace, Barker, Palacioz, Vazquez, Torres. 3rd row P I Mitchell, Campbell, Moore, Moffal, Acosfa. SPANISH CLUB is open lo all sfudenfs having a knowledge of lhe Spanish language. Meelings are held monlhly where mofion piclures, special lec- fures, and plays are given. Special luncheons are also held in l'he Sl'uden'r Union Building. l79 Boffom row: Reed, Berends, Elder, Kiefer, Wilson, Smifh. Top row: Wood, Dubin, Margason, Baehr, Frazer, McCloney, Richmond. INTER-FAITH COUNCIL OFFICERS Barbara Kiefer ...... Presidenl Leola Elder . . . Secrelary-Treasurer lvlr. Herman Baehr . . . Sponsor LED BY co-chairmen Joan Smilh and Sfoughfon Richmond, lhe lnfer-Failh Council has sponsored, wifh 'I'he cooperafion of fhe Sfudenf Council, five Religious Emphasis Days during fhe year. lnfer-denominafional meefings and a picnic com- plefed fhe program of fhe council on fhe campus fhis year. Speakers af fhe Religious Emphasis Days were fhe Rev. Michael ModeseH', of Dallas, Texas: 'lhe Rev. Henry Hornug, of Hu+chinsong +he Rev. L. H. McCloney, of Emporia: Fafher Malachi Sullivan, O.S.B., of Afchisong and Rabbi Bernard Kligfeld, of 'lhe Chaufauqua Sociefy of Wichifa. Cognizani of 'rhe increasing changes in +he so- ciefy of man, fhe council has aH'emp'red 'ro review for 'lhe college lhe universal +ru+hs. By doing +his 'lhe council hopes lo have helped in some small way fo develop 'l'he individual spirifually as well as menlally. The advancemenl' of 'l'he sound harmonies of religious enihusiasm on +he campus of Emporia Sfafe has always been 'rhe goal of 'rhe organiza+ion, and +his year has been a slep in 'rhe righl' clirecfion -ihaf is 'loward +he realizafion of parf of our goal, which is progressing also. NEWMAN CLUB is an organizafion for all Roman Cafholic sfudenfs. I+ has a membership of I35 in- cluding some sludenfs from foreign coun'l'ries. The club was founded in I9l5 by Cardinal John Henry Newman who was inferesfed in forming such organizafions in The Universifies of England. The purpose of fhe organizafion is fo offer an opporfunily for s+udenfs To mee? 'logeiher for re- ligious acfivifies, social evenfs, and group discus- sions. This year discussion meefings were held 'Four limes a monfh in connecfion wifh The Coffee Hour following 'The l0:30 o'clock Mass on Sundays. Social evenfs which were sponsored by +he club included fhe "Gel-Acquainied Picnic" and The fall hayraclc ride. The local Newman Club is affilialed wifh 'rhe Nafional Federafion of Newman Clubs. Lasl fall five delegafes aH'ended 'rhe +hir+y-fiffh Naiional Convenlion of Newman Clubs in Chicago. The local club was also represenfed a+ +he Province Convenfion in PiH'sburg, Kansas, lhis Spring. The organizafion is represenled in +he lnler-Failh Council and parlicipaled in lhe Religious Emphasis convocafions and in fhe Fosler Parenfs' Drive. Head fable: Father Arfhur Tonne, John Gorman, Rzfa Kernmerer, Jean Leblon. NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS John Gorman - Presidenl' Riia Kernrnerer - Vice-Presideni Mary Kay Dorris - - Secreiary Zelma Dee Marlcowilz - - - Treasurer Louis Laurenzana - - Social Chairman Faiherfxrihur Tonne, O.F.M. - Chaplain Miss Pauline Henderson - Sponsor Miss Anna M. Goebel - - Sponsor Miss Teresa Ryan - - Sponsor WIESLEY FOLJNEMATIOPJ Bo'H'om row: Wingafe, Klosferman, G-asserf, Ward, Traxson, Simmons, Main, Robbins. Top row: Hanson, Bloxom, Minfer, Slaalz, Afhon, Plenerf, Brooks, Walfers, Myers, English, Wining, Hughes, Schroll, Pugh, Beckelf, Munzer, Merriweallwer, Terry. WESLEY Foundafion, fhe sfuclenf program supporf- ed by fhe home-fown Mefhodisf churches in fhe sfafe, provides a greaf variefy of acfivifies and opporfunifies for service and worship. The organ- izafion was founded in l929. INTER-VARSITY Chrisfian Fellowship has cluring fhe year sponsored acfive religious meefings for Bible sfudy, prayer, and devofional singing. lf has provided Chrisfian fellowship and encouraged help- fulness bofh spirifual and social fo fellow sfudenfs. Boffom row: Breckenridge, Whiffen, Reed, Davis, Riddle, Top row Frederickson, Unruh, Basel, Dunn. INTER-VARSITY CHRISTMAN THE YOUNG Women's Chrisfian Associafion, ac- iive on E-S+a1'e's campus since I90I, includes mem- bers of all races, na+ions, and creeds. I+ aifempfs +o meel' fhe needs of Hs sfudenl' members by pro- viding Bible sfudy, social acfion proiecis, "fun fesl's," conferences, panels, and spealcers io slim- ulaie ihem fo evaluale 'I'he world's polilical, eco- nomic, and social problems in +erms of iheir own life and +he Chrisfian faifh. This year fhe YWCA again sponsored a Big and Liflle Sisrer Plan and a gel'-acquainied picnic for new sfudenis. ln Oclober l'he YWCA, in coopera- 'Hon wilh 'Phe YMCA, was hosl' al' a clusfer confer- ence including represenialives from Washburn, Piiisburg, OH'awa, Baker, and ihe College of Emporia. Oiher ac'rivH'ies of 'rhe school year were monihly lnvi'l'a'rion fo Learning meelings al' which various faculfy members led discussions on perlineni' fopics, ihe Chili Feed, ihe Y-Sing, panel discussions of currenl' inieresf, and a lea for high school seniors in +he Spring. The YWCA and 'lhe YMCA sponsored 'rhe Fos- 'ler Parenis' Drive +o secure funds wifh which +o buy a year's 'food and clofhing for lwo European chil- dren adopfed by fhe sfudenl' body. Boifom row: Johnson, Elder, Lehr, Smith, Helrnley, Libben, Whilfen. 2nd row: Brown, Lile, Broaden, Evans, Albers, Gordon, Owens, Vieis, Dalquesr. Top row: Jonnson, Bisnoo, Wald, Jeeooy, Meyer, Polan- sky, Peterson, Mnnzen, Marrin, Greenwood, Wilson. Y. W. C. A. i QFFICERS Joan Smilh . . . . Presideni Norma Volapka . . Vice-Presioleni' Margery Berericls . Secrelary Bonnie Lehr . . . . Treasurer Joyce l-loiiman Social Acrion Chairman Lou Polanslcy . Membership Chairman Margarel Walsh . . Music Chairman Leola Elder . . . Worship Chairman Miss Kaihryn Whirien . . Sponsor Miss Irene Johnson Sponsor Boffom row: McBride, Rockwood, Dubin, Frazer, Malhews. Top row: Madison, Nelson, Mercado, Wood, Campbell, Minler, Mosier, D'Ovidio. OFFICERS Roger Frazer . . Presidenl Donald McBride . . Vice-Presidenf Kennefh Minfer . . Secrefary-Treasurer Mr. Darrell E. Woocl . . . . Sponsor THE PLANNING of fhe acfivifies of fhe YMCA for fhis, fhe school year of I949-50, was influenced by fwo all-encompassing purposes. These purposes were: fhe performance of social service, and fhe personal developmenf of fhe members of fhe or- ganizafion. Sfudies were made in fhe various fields of social needs, and several social service proiecfs were sef up and worked af during fhe school year. Through fhe informal fellowship which is fhe keynofe of fhe organizafion, as well as fhrough especially organized acfivifies, every efforf was made fo provide opporfunifies wifhouf number. Opporfunifies fo develop body, mind, and spirif, for, affer all, fhe developmenf of spirif is fhe un- derlying purpose of fhe lnfernafional YMCA. Among fhe special acfivifies which were car- ried on by fhe organizafion were fhe sending of represenfafives fo fhe Regional Conference of The Young Men's Chrisfian Associafion, which was held af Esfes Park, Colorado: a social service workshop: fhe managemenl' of fhe book exchange: fhe plan- ning and insfigafion of fhe fri-school clusfer confer- ence which was held on fhe Emporia Sfafe campus lasl' fall: and fhe planning, managemenf, and serv- ing of fhe all-school chili supper, which is an annual affair. This year, as in years pasf, 'fhe campus organ- izafion was happy fo acf as co-sponsor of 'the An- nual Children's Chrisfmas Parfy which was held af fhe local YMCA building. Delegafes were senf fo fhe spring conference of fhe Young Men's Chrisfian Associafion which was held on fhe campus of Kansas Sfafe Agricul- fural College af Manhaffan, Kansas. Anofher high spof of funcfional year of fhe "Y" on fhe campus was a fwo-day social service four in Kansas Cify, Missouri. Officers of fhe organizafion are: Roger Fra- zer, presidenfg Donald McBride, vice-presidenf: Kennefh Minfer, secrefary-freasurer: and Merrill Afhon, social service chairman. The YMCA is spon- sored by Mr. Darrell E. Wood. lf has been a good year, here on fhe campus for fhe YMCA. The goals of fhe organizafion have noi' been accomplished, buf fhaf is as if should be, for a goal should be sel' above fhe pinnacle-affer all-whal' can any human accomplish fo perfecfion? The goals are fhose of mankind, for fhey cannof be reached unfil 'l'he brofherhood of man is an accom- plished facf here on earfh. MOR SEHALL OFFICERS Firsf Semesfer EVELYN FARRIS . . BONNIE LEHR . . EUNICE ANDERSON . LORNA HOLLE . DELORES BRYANT . BETTY COOK . Seco JOSEPHINE FRY . . PEGGY GROENDYCKE DORIS BISHOP . JA NEANE FRIEND LEANNA WALN VERA RILEY . . . MRS. PEARL FINKBINER . . . . Presiclenl Vice-Presidenl' . Secrelary . . . Treasurer . lnlramural Manager Publicily Manager ncl Semesfer . . . . Presidenl . Vice-Presiolenl . Secrelary . . . Treasurer lnlramural Manager Publicily Manager . House Direclor I I86 M '- is I .ef ii .. , A II M wa s .,... ,ly z . rf 5 T Mrs. Pearl Finlcloiner Mrs. Helen Alherlon HOUSE DIRECTORS Boffom row: Baxler, Carmichael, Riley, Holle, Klosfermann, Hooper, Slarr, Herflein. 2nd row: Simmons, Crowe, Swenson, Knipe, Merriwealher, Sfeckman, Heylca, Simpson, Giger, Robbins, Brollier. Top row: Palferson, Fowler, Hughes, Schullz, Henry, Terry, Sfrong, Wacelc, Hufchison, Brauneck, Larnberf, Or- lowski, Bender, McRiIl, McCoy. BoHom row: Slaples, Hamm, Voran, McMil- lan, Warren, Day, Seernan, Scolr, Waln. Loomis, Cruz. 2nd row: Johnslon, Forsberg, McKnigh'r, Posey, Allen, McKee, Doll, Pelfy, Vofapka. Top row: Bernilz, Simmons, Schwarz, Bland, Swisher, Greenwood, Lehr, Farris, Comp, Beckefl, Pennell, Albers, Breckenridge, Hull, Traxson. An informal galhering in one of The rooms. MORSE HALL, founded 'lweniy-five years ago by Abigail Morse, firsl Emporia S+a're dean of women, is 'l'he girls' dormifory locafed ai' +he nor+h end of fhe campus overlooking Woosfer Lake. Mrs. Pearl Finkbiner is house direclor wifh Mrs. Helen Alher- 'lon as her assisfani. Social ac+ivi+ies of Morse Hall began Seplember 20 wi'rh open house, which was held in fhe Sfudenl' Union Ballroom. Open house had always been held ai' Morse Hall, buf due +o fhe large number of girls living in 'lhe dormiiory, lhe acfivify was moved +o 'l'he ballroom where ihere was more room 'rhan in fhe parlors and recreaiional rooms of Morse Hall. Dancing fo recorded music and card playing sup- plied 'lhe enferfainmenf for 'rhe evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Ward H. Over- holf, and Dr. and Mrs. Roberf M. Taylor were l'he sponsors for fhe evening. lnvi+ed gues'rs were: Dr. and Mrs. David L. MacFarlane, Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Comsfock, Dr. Ruih Schillinger, Mrs. Pearl Fink- biner and Mrs. Helen A+her+on. Holiday Inn, +he annual winfer formal, was held in fhe Sfudenf Union Ballroom. The ballroom was decorafed wifh fhe fheme of +he season. Wreafhs of evergreen boughs wi'rh pine cones and a Chris'l'- mas free were used as decorafions wifhin 'lhe ball- room: an enlrance was erecfed +o represenf fhe enfrance of an inn. Bob Blum's orchesira, of N x Q -453, Boflom row: Friend, Lindholm, Gum, Luiz, McCabe, Ackerman, Wingate, Campbell, Barr. 2nd row: Long, Andrews, Sfarner, Hock- eff, Chang, Hinerrnan, Green, Lynch, Andrews. Top row: Reeser, Bailey, Walsh, Beckeff, Lam, Meyer, Folck, Hanson, Folck, Groen- dycke, Carlson, Morgan, Hill. Bofiom row: Hummel, Robson, Cornue, Wolfe, Allam, Rowland, Tunison, Boyles, Hicks, Wilson. Znd row: Pyle, Wiens, Cook, Dur- yea, Boyer, Gordon, Shaw, Belden, OH, G-roendycke. Top row: Schlarrnan, Parks, Zimmerman, Campbell, Gordon, Vanderhoof. Bryant, Lyda, Bishop, Davis, Sawyer, Nesfer, Dalquesr. OHawa, supplied fhe music for 'l'he dance. Spon- sors for +he dance were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McGill and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Russell. lnviied guesfs were Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Trusler, Dr. and Mrs. George Comsfock, Dr. Rufh Schillinger, Dr. and Mrs. Ray C. Maul, and Presidenl' and Mrs. David L. MacFarlane. The annual Chrisfmas parfy was held December I8 al' closing hours in +he parlor of Morse Hall. Sanla Claus paid his annual visi'l' 'lo pass ou'l' 'l'he giffs and give his jovial sanclion fo lhe parly. Many amusing foys were given in fhe gifl' exchange and were laier pui' info a box io accompany +he food which was given +o a needy family. The girls all gave money fo provide giffs of food for 1'his family. A new felephone sysfem, a P.B.X., was ins'l'alled in Morse Hall 'ro give more efficienf service. This sys'l'em has 'lhree frunk lines wifh exfension phones a+ +he end of each hall. The buzzer sysfem has been almosf disconfinued by 'lhis new sysfem. Firsf semesfer officers were: presidenf, Evelyn Farris: vice-presidenf, Bonnie Lehr: secrefary, Eunice Anderson: freasurer, Lorna Holleg inframural man- ager, Delores Bryanfg publicify chairman, Beffy Cook: social chairmen, Eloise Boyles and Helen Klosfermann. These officers guided fhe hall safely fhrough fhe firsf semesfer. Morse Hall dinners were a monfhly evenf when, insfead of eafing in fhe cafeferia, fhe dinner was served in fhe dining rooms of fhe Sfudenf Union. Hosfesses were selecfecl fo preside over fhe fables. Affer fhe dinner had been served, dancing in fhe parlors of Morse Hall usually climaxed fhe evening. A consfifufional revisional commiffee mef early in fhe second semesfer fo rewrife fhe consfifufion. lf is hoped fhe new consfifufion will make fhe rules and regulafions of fhe dorm more undersfandable and usable. Dr. Rufh Schillinger mef wifh fhis com- miffee fo aid in drawing up fhe consfifufion. Programs were infroduced fo fhe house meef- ings, which were previously held only as business sessions. Each of fhe four floors were in charge of a program during a semesfer. Snappy, enferfain- ing, and inferesfing programs were presenfecl. Second semesfer officers were: presidenf, Jose- phine Fryg vice-presidenf, Peggy Groendycke: sec- refary, Doris Bishop: freasurer, Ja Neane Friend: inframural manager, Leanna Walng publicify man- ager, Vera Riley, and social chairmen, Eloise Boyles and Eldred Brauneck. These officers fook over fhe iob of fhe firsf semesfer officers and helped fo make fhe I949-50 year one of fhe besf Morse Hall has ever known in ifs fwenfy-five years of exisfence upon fhe campus. The Morse Hall inframural feams have been near fhe fop in all acfivifies. Morse Hall was represenfed on fhe debafe feams. Morse Hall girls have been in all fhe all-school plays and fhe freshman play which were given on fhe campus during fhe year. They are acfive in all honorary and social campus organizafions. Morse Hall's spring formal sfarfed fhe early spring season on March ll. This dance was held in fhe Sfudenf Union Ballroom. The fheme of fhe formal was fhe U.S.S. Dream Ship. To follow fhe fheme, fhe ballroom was decorafed as a ship: favors, small ships, were given fo fhe guesfs. Danc- ing was fo fhe music of fhe Top Haffers. The annual spring formal dinner in honor of fhe seniors ended fhe acfivifies of fhe year. Af fhis dinner, fhe seniors were fhe guesfs of honor and were presenfed wifh a giff. THE OFFICE FORCE as 'rf 3 5, W EMPORIA STATE PLAYERS OFFICERS CHARLES I-IILL . . Presicieni DENNIS DENNING . . Vice-presidenr VIRGINIA RUSSELL . . Secreiary BILL COE ........ . Treasurer Miss ALICE MQDONNELL, Mr. I-I. DENNIS SI-IERK .......... Sponsors Boffom row: McDonnell, Wooicorf, Cook, Pfiaurn, Russeil, Madoie, Sherk. Top row: Hawkins, Denning, McCloud, Haggard, I-IiII, Martin, Coe, Shephard, Gouid, Soufh. -If THE EMPORIA S+a+e PIayers were organized on 'rhe campus I'hree years ago, Io furfher Ihe pur- pose of cIramaI'ics in America, 'Io organize and con- cenI'raI'e +he cIramaI'ic abilify aI' Emporia S+a're, and 'ro creaI'e a Iarger in'I'eres+ in drama'rics 'For 'rhe college s'I'uden'rs. During Ihis period, 'I'he organizafion has sfriven 'I'o gain in efficiency and abiIi+y in all of 'rhe phases of drama'ric produciion work. During 'rhis year I'he group has worked on plans for joining a nafionai drama+ics group. Besides +he presen+a+ion of I'he various all-school pIays, I'he players have, during 'rhe year, made pos- sible severaI shorfer presenI'a'Iions. Among Ihese were severaI one-acf plays which were produced and seni' oui 'Io nearby communifies and Io various organizafions in Emporia, as well as 'I'he Chris'I'mas convoca+ion play, which was, Ihis year, "Fia'I' Lux", by Faifh ViIais. The pIayers' par+ in Ihe "CurIi-Q" consis'I'ed of a skif enI'iIIecI "Why I Am a Bachelor". A+ 'rhe end of fhe year, fhe Players presen+ed awards Io persons doing ouisfanding work in I'he fheaier here. I9O The Male Animal PRESENTED in AIberT Taylor Hall, Ocfober 20 and 2I, The Male Animal, by James Thurber and EIIioT Nugenf, was The firsT play of The TheaTricaI year, and feafured an all-school casT. The play ifself was a combinafion of The old faiThful Triangle and The old faifhful Thurber. WiTh The enTire firsT acT consumed by old-fashioned ploT- Ting, This Iampoon on The civilized male aT bay was a delighffully amusing evening's enTerTainmenT. Professor Turner, a menTaI gianT buf a physical washouT, was faced wiTh The dual problem of an over-developed physique paying courT To his wife, and an over-zealous and self-appoinfed "Red" in- vesTigaTor lwho is fully capable of demanding The deporTaTion of a bo++Ie of cafsupl disrupfing his curriculum. His menTaIiTy forces him To Try To play The hero in bofh cases, wiTh The raTher Troublesome help of Michael Barnes, The campus fire-eafing reporTer. On The graver side, There is quife a hullabaloo abouf The general inadequacy of civilized man in a world popuIaTed by clofhed primiTives. The crisis in academic freedom broughT abouT by The charges of communism leveled aT a cerTain piece of IiTeraTure which The professor has been quofed as saying ThaT he will read To his classes, is aImosT avoided by The auThors in Their flighT inTo bland irrelevancies. The drinking scene beTween The Two TorTured males will noT soon be forgoTTen by Those who saw The play because of iTs uproarious appeal To The iunny-bone. In This scene, The professor and The mdergraduafe firebrand who has goTTen him inTo The worsT of The mess Try To boIsTer Their courage viTh drink for The ineviTabIe encounTer wiTh The arsfwhile conquering aThIeTe. They succeed only in iesfroying lfemporarilyl Their own sTabiIiTy. The play had a Jekyl and Hyde characfer, and eff one wiTh The impression ThaT he should like very nuch To know boTh of These genflemen much beTTer -and perhaps separaTe The Two inTerTwined sTrands lor closer scruTiny. Top: SCENE FROM THE MALE ANIMAL. BoTTom: LYLE MEREDITI-I AS "NUTSY" MILLER LEADING- A CI-IEER. TH CIeoTa . . . Ellen Turner . Tommy Turner . PaTricia STanIey . Wally Myers . . . Dean Frederick Damon Michael Barnes. . . Mrs. Blanche Damon Ed Keller .... MyrTIe Keller . "NuTsy" Miller . . Newspaper ReporTer . CAST DoroThy SeTTIes Jeanne EosTer . Charles Hill MarTha Madole RoberT Hughes . Jack Leake . Alan Gould . BeTTy Cook Dennis Denning Virginia Russell Lyle MerediTh . Duane Allen Top: SCENE FROM ALICE-SIT-BY-THE-FIRE. Bollom: BILL WATTS AND JOYCE MILLER AS COLONEL AND MRS. GREY WITH THEIR TWO CHILDREN COSMO AND AMY PORTRAYED BY RONALD FREDERICKSON AND PAT CLEARY. THE CAST Cosmo Grey .... I . . Ronald Erederickson Amy Grey . . . . Pal Cleary Fanny . . . . Margarel Walsh Gineva Dunbar . . . . Mary Slarner Nurse . . . . Barbara McCanoIIess Alice Grey .... . . . Joyce Miller Colonel Roberl Grey . . Bill Walls Sleve Rollo .... . Duane Allen Richardson . . Virginia Robson Alice Sil-by-lhe-Fire PRESENTED in Alberl Taylor Hall, wilh an all- lreshman casl, lhis play by James M. Barrie along lhrough lhree humorous acls lo a salislying climax. Il was lhe second dramalic ellorl ol lhe year, and was given December I2 and I3. The relurn ol Colonel Grey and his wile Alice lrom India broughl aboul an enlirely new problem lor lheir children and household servanls, who had been running lhe home quile nicely during lheir absence lor lhe pasl several years. Alice was quile nalurally disappoinled when her lamily failed lo welcome her wilh open arms. The open arms, incidenlally, came lrom a quile unex- peeled quarler-an old lriend, Sleve Rollo. The lrouble began when AIice's daughler, Amy, discov- ered Sleve Rollo kissing Alice. This, lo lhe imagina- live mind ol lhe child, consliluled a lriangle, which musl surely be unlangled if lhe household is loI survive. Experl unlangler, Amy, sels lo work and suc- ceeds, bul only aller a hilarious scene in Rollo's chamber. Two sellings were used lor lhe produclion, lhe lirsl being a room in Colonel Grey's residence in London, and lhe second a room in Sleve RoIIo's chambers. Those in charge ol lhe selling were Lou An- drealla, Mrs. Joseph Kellas, Delberl Tolberl, Caro- lyn Newman, Belly Cook, and Jeanne Fosler. Fred Wicherl was lighling supervisor, and Jeanne Fosler, Hazel Jacoby, and Paul Nikulla managed properlies. In charge of sound was Rob- erl Hawkins, wilh Hazel Jacoby, Pele Perdaris, and John Wilks being responsible lor publicily, make-up arlisls were Barbara Knipe and Joanne Ramy. Ned Anderson, Jay Soulh, and Bill Wesl were responsible lor lhe conslruclion ol lhe sels, while Joleen Woolcoll was in charge ol coslumes. Rullled pellicoals and high bullon-shoes, nar- row-legged lrousers, and lhree-bullon coals helped lo lranslorm lhe casl lo lhe era. The Winslow Boy THIS PLAY, enfifled The Winslow Boy, was pre- senfed March I and 2 in Alberi' Taylor Hall by an all-school casl' under +he direcfion of H. Dennis Sherlc. In spiie of a slow firs+ acl, fhe play acquif- fed i+self land Ronnie Winslowl very well. Wiih +he whole play revolving abouf +he fafher, frouble began in +he firsl' acl' when Ronnie refurned 'From school affer having been uniusfly accused of sfealing a posfal order. The school was of a mili- 'lary na'l'ure, a'ffilia+ed wilh lhe English governmenf, and affer a brief summary frial, Ronnie was convic+- ed and dismissed from fhe school. Convinced of his boy's innocence, fhe fafher fighfs fhe case fhrough every courf in fhe land, and iops H' off by sueing fhe crown-as is provided by English law. ln his figh+ he is aided by Sir Roberf Morfon, fhe emineni' barrisfer. Love inferesi' is provided by ihe daughfer, Cafherine, and lhe prudish John Waihersfone, who places his allowance above his love for Cafherine. Violel, 'rhe maid of all worlr, provides humor for +he audience and frouble for fhe Winslows. The sei' was designed by Joseph Kellas. THE CAST , Ronnie Winslow ...... Richard Roberis Violel' .... . . Janel Koch Grace Winslow . . Joleen Woolcoll Arlhur Winslow . . . . Don Hess Caiherine Winslow . . Helen Kleile Dickie Winslow . . . David Cropp John Walherslone . . . Roberi Marlin Desmond Curry . . . William Broolcs Miss Barnes . . . Virginia Russell Fred ..... . Maurice Roberls Sir Roberi lvlorlon . . Gerald Green THE WINSLOW BOY-RICHARD ROBERTS AS RONNIE WINSLOW, GERALD GREEN AS SIR ROBERT MORTON. AND HELEN KLIELE AS CATHERINE WINSLOW. MATH CLUB Boffom row: Tucker, Pugh, Comp, Libben, Reid, Pelerson. 2nd row: Kaschak, Sfolfus, Maring, Wilke, Thomas, Flanders. Top row: Koons, Sfrauch, Burch, Schauer, Harringlon. THE PURPOSE of Maih Club is fo provide an or- ganizafion for ihe benefif of siudenfs inferesled in mafhemaiicsg membership is open fo anyone 'l'hus inieresfed. Members noi piciuredz Lesfer Laird, Bill Dixon, Lesfer Ellis, Mary Farmer, Mary Jane Fowler, Roland Nelson, and David Mercer. Boffom row: Dowell, Redmond, Chance, Waddell, Hubbard, Hoskin Borrnan. 2nd row: Spencer, Presron, P. Brooks, M. Brooks, McCabe, Staalz, Carnpbell, Carr. 3rd row: Zwingelberq, Gaulding, Gorman Laurenzana, Clayron, Cook Bfeukelwxen, Zwlckl, Aq'ellus, Andrews. Top row: Calkins, McLeod, Gwaves, Cornsrock, Turner, Hodge, Ralz laff, Alhon, Mariani. BETA BETA BETA BETA BETA Bela, 'Founded in l922, was esfablished on fhe Emporia S+a'le campus 'lhis year. ll' seelcs fo encourage scholarly aH'ainmen+ in biological science by reserving Hs membership 'lo lhose who achieve superior academic records. TOP HATTERS LED BY Jim Bell, fhe Top Haffers had a successful year of playing dances bofh on and off fhe campus. A+ mid-year The nine-piece band added 1'he serv- ices of a vocalisf, Susan Meador, firsl' girl vocalisl' io appear wifh The group. Boffom row: Froelich, Knepper, Ward, Meador. Top row: Robbins, Koons, Jordon, Bell, Hill. Firsf row: Hume, l-laaqe, Anderson. Second row: Plummer, Wort man, Burns, l-lilder'nan,Tl1olen, THE COUNTS AFTER shilling from one numerical designalion +o +he o+her, 'rhe band finally gave up and dropped any quanlilalive cognomen, fhus becoming lcnown as The Counls. The year was a fhoroughly success- ful one for l'he band in every respeci and if hopes fo be baclc nexl' year. mporia Sta BAND 5 BLOSSOMING ouf in fheir new uniforms, fhe band presenfed quife a specfacle when appearing af foofball games in fhe fall of fhe year. ln fheir concerfs persons in fhe audience who were nof used fo 'rhe new apparel were known fo wish for dark glasses because of fhe brighfness of 'lhe new uniforms. Direcfed by Charles Hendricks, fhe band, in spife of heavy losses inflicfed by fhe graduafion of fhe class of I949, had one of ifs mosf successful years. Wifh only a bare nucleus of experienced musicians, fhe band's performances were above fhe expecfafions of all buf a few of fhose who realized fhe crificalify of fhe sifuafion. This year also saw The beginning of selecfive admission fo fhe band, making membership in 'rhe organizafion even more of an honor. On concerf fhis year, fwo of 'rhe oufsfanding numbers presenfed by fhe band were "Vorspiel and Liebesl'od" from Symphony in F Minor No. 4, opus 36, by Tschaikowsky. The band's inferprefa- fion of fhis wild rondo was parficularly oufsfancling. Two concerfs were given during fhe year, fhe sec- ond pending as The Sunflower wenf fo press. UNDER THE direclion of Leopold Liegl, fhe Col- lege Symphony Orcheslra presenfed 'fwo concer'l's during fhe year. The firsf was given December I8 and 'I'he second March ll. Bofh were in Alberl' Taylor Hall. The orchesfra, foo, fell fhe inroads of lasl year's gradualion, buf began worlxing lo overcome if and came our wi+h wha? some believe lo be fwo of fhe mos'l' brillianl' concerls in fhe hisfory of fhe school. The firsl' of rhe programs included such numbers as "Tanglewood Pool" and "Promenade", which serve 'lo amplify l'he versa+ili+y of fhe group, be- cause of direcl' confrasl' in sfyle belween lhese lwo numbers. Also on +he firsf program was "Prelude, The Mas'l'ersingers of Nuremberg", by Wagner. This purely inslrumenlal overrure lo an opera is divided info 'Four sec+ions. The inifial march, which characrerizes 'rhe opera, +he live fheme, lhe musical war, which depicls +he conlesl' for 'rhe prize, and fhe culminalion of l'he overlure, which emphasizes +he lheme of rhe maslersingers in lhe brass, and which closes in a sonorous alfirmalion of lhe Mas- rersinger lheme. Brahms, Bach, Chase and Soplcin were among 'rhe o+her composers represenled. MPHO CHEST Symphonic Chorus BoHcm row: Warren, Walsh, Krehbiei, Smifh, Bohnenblusl, Frencr, Campbell, Larnberf, Harris. 2nd row: Bishop, Mounlres, Shaw, Malarnbri, Giesick, Traxson, Moore, Turnbull, Albers, Beckell. 3rd row: Highwood, Marnnonl. Dudgeon, l-lilderrnan, Jilka, Mereoilh, Robbins, Olfe, Burden, Sfeile, Marlin, Top row: Burns, Parr, McVay, Radlce, Winchesrer, McCormick, Putman, Pererson, Flair, Gramer. SELECTED 'From sfudenis in+eres'red in choral work, 1'he average membership of 'rhis organizafion is aboui' forfy-'Five persons. The group is of+en called upon for special performances, and +o maize con- cerl' irips over fhe s+a'I'e. The chorus is direcfecl by Dr. Roberi' Taylor. Ensemble Singers Isl row: Pallerson, Mcredirh, Walsh, Robbins, Posey, Flair, Henry, Hiqhwood, Cowan. 2nd row: Beckerf, Hilclerrnan, Moore, McCo'f mick, Sleiie, Parr. F I JUST ORGANIZED fhis year 'ro replace fhe Maclri- galians, This musical organiza+ion, uncler fhe direc- fion of Denis Cowan, has already presenled one fine program of choral classics +o +he college. Wifh moclern cosrumes and insfrumenfal addifions, +his group is a fine aclclifion +0 +he campus. COMPOSED of faculty members, this group is new on the campus this year, but hopes to continue to perform chamber music 'For the benefit of all, both participants ancl auclience. The group was formed due to the rising tide of interest in chamber music in the country. Faculty Ensemble Left to right: Stuntzner, Taylor, Sheffield, Person, Weigand. ONE OF the older organizations on the campus, the Men's Quartet has sung at many important events, both on the campus and off. Outstanding among these this year was the meeting of the Kan- sas Educators' Club at Topeka in February. The quartet has had a very successful year. Men's Quartet Left to right: Lyle Meredith, John McCormick, Ivan Trusler, Lyle McVay. ' ,TT 'fl 9... . f K 4 ,TJ Q s Q Q , 7? f ,Q , ' A L ,,,, , W , Q .,., e. f , 4' j7,A3rgQ-xx ' ' .I : " X 1 ' 5 if X fs T f lf, 2 Boffom row: Fauley, Barr, Briix, Long, King, Bales. Top row: L Briggs, Redfield, Buckley, Bulfron, Elder, Hirschorn. TREBLE CLEF THIS TRIPLE quarlel is composed of lhe oulsfand- ing female voices of lhe music deparlmenf, wifh membership on a seleclive basis. ll' was organized firsl' under 'lhe direclion of Miss Cafherine Slrouse, music inslruclor, in l9I I. The group gave ils firsl' recilal in l9I2, and has since appeared lhree limes in The Sou+hwesfern Music Educafors' Conferences. In I94I lhe club sang over a coasl'-'lo-coasl radio hoolx-up from Wichila. Since Miss Slrouse's reliremenl' in I949, lhe di- reclion of lhe organizalion has been lalcen over by Miss Rosamond Hirschorn, voice ins'l'rucl'or on 'lhe music facully. This year's program included everylhing from modern folk lunes lo deep classics, as well as a number of special presenlalions by members. Oul- slanding among 'lhe modern and classic were "ln Green Ways," by George F. McKay lwho granled special permission for lhe use of l'his worlcl, and "Adoramus 'le Chrisle," by Paleslrina. Also included in +he program were works of Mendelssohn, Schuberl, Billings, Handel, Brahms, and ScoH'. The group was accompanied by an in- slrumenlal ensemble. FOUNDED by seven gracluafe sfudenfs and faculfy members of fhe School of Music, Universify of Mich- igan af Ann Arbor, Michigan, Sigma Alpha lofa was recognized as an organizafion in fhe spring of l903. Eighfy-six colleges, universifies, and conserva- fories now have S. A. l. chapfers, wifh a member- ship fofaling l9,000. This does nof include alumnae chapfers in sixfy-five cifies. lofa Gamma Chapfer of Sigma Alpha lofa was esfablished on 'l'he campus of Emporia Sfafe in April, 1939. The chap'l'er was privileged fo enferfain 'l'l1e Thefa province presidenf, Miss Gabriella Campbell, November I3, I4, and l5. While here, Miss Camp- bell conferred wifh fhe chapfer officers concerning chapfer acfivifies. Among fhe ofher acfivifies of fhe chapfer have been fhe annual Aufumn Musicale and Tea, al' which fhe new music sfudenfs were enferfained as special guesfs. Three recepfions were given by fhe chapfer following senior recifals given by members. ln accordance wifh fhe obiecfives of fhe nafional organizafion, an American Confemporary Com- posers Recifal was given by fhe members. ll' in- cluded S. A. l. award winners for I949-50. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Boffom row: Smifh, Moore, Heidebrechr, Turnbull, Russell, Riegle. 2nd row: Wren, King, Elder, Beclceff, Lambert, Bulfron. Top row: l-lill, Mounkes, Bloxom, Meyer, Briggs, Lam, Buckley. ZOI PHI MU ALPHA Boffom row: McCormick, Radlce, Burden, Hilderrran, McVay, Trusler. 2nd row: Frazer, Wingo, Rcpiogel, Dudgeon, Sidorfsky, Parr, Rob- bins, Bell, Haggard, Marlin, Bealiie, Peferson, Varnurn. THE LOFTY ideals of Phi Mu Alpha were firsf voiced in Bosion, MassachuseH's, on Ociober 6, l898. Since +ha+ fime, 'lhe organizairion has flour- ished and grown lo a bouncing I03 chap+ers. The local chapler, Bela Upsilon, was noi organ- ized in fhe beginning wiih ihe in+en'r of becoming a chapier of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, buf rafher ii' was sei' up as a local organiza+ion under fhe name, Mu Psi Chi, +his was in I935. Then, in I937, l'he chapfer became Bela Upsilon chapier of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, and look wiih fhe name ihe high ideals of fhe na+ional organiza- Hon. These ideals migh+ well be simply s+a+ed by saying +ha+ fhe purpose of +he organiza+ion is "+o promo+e good music," on ihis campus lhrough 'l'he local chapfer, and in 'I'he nalion 'ihrough lhese ideals fhal' Phi Mu Alpha has become a parl' of fhe Amer- -1 5 MG-is-W-'T su, GROUP SINGING PRACTICES ican way of life ThaT will ever remain True To The democraTic concepf of freedom and equalify. In The pursuiT of These ideals, The local chapfer of Phi Mu Alpha has sponsored The organizaTional singing bees ThaT have been so popular. Known as The Phi Mu Alpha Singing Bee, These conTesTs have long provided an incenTive, a reward, and a show- place for social singing of The organizafions of The campus. The winners of The Singing Bee This year were Sigma Sigma Sigma and Sigma Tau Gamma, Two firsT and Two second prizes being given, one of each for men's organizaTions and one of each for girls' organizaTions. Among The oTher acTiviTies sponsored by The organizafion, are The music fesTivaIs, boTh The dis- TricT and sTaTe. The fesTivaIs are held on The Em- poria STaTe campus in The spring of The year, and are supervised and direcTed by The members and pledges of Phi Mu Alpha. One acTiviTy sponsored by The group which is sTricTly for members is The Sinfonia Music Com- posiTion ConTesT which is conducfed biennially for members and alumni of The organizaTion. A Tofal of 5245.00 in cash prizes are disTribuTed in This conTesT. As an organizaTion, Phi Mu Alpha is quick To recognize leadership in The profession, which iT ac- knowledges by The besfowal of honorary member- ships in The organizafion. Some of The beTTer known of These honorary members are: Thomas E. Dewey, George Easfman, Leopold Godowsky, AI- berT Spaulding, and Leopold Sfokowsky. BeTa Upsilon chapTer is sponsored by Dr. RoberT Taylor, head of The music deparTmenT, and mem- bership is based upon scholarship, musicianship, professional promise, and inTeresT in The various phases of music acTiviTy. During The war, The local chapTer suspended operaTions, buT Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia has come back sTronger Than ever wiTh The addiTion of iTs veTeran members. Q7E2 fo 1 s QNX A is " vm Q x K, Joaiahu Q!! -1 f 3 M, M 'F AM may .Q Y 3 . Q lg. lb 1 9:22, A -- . W 'Ml M pm Miiiwfv ,,..guosc1-M .mm 1 wwwww THE ATHLETIC BOARD. BoTTom row: MacFarlane, GIadfelTer, Liegl, Cram, Welch. Top row: Waddell, Dauqhfry, Arneff, Trusler, RuTh. K.S.T.C. SPORTS: BIRDSEYE VIEW DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS-F. 6. Welch IT HAS been said ThaT "All Good Things MusT Come To an End." And while iT cannoT be said ThaT Emporia STaTe's dominafion of Cenfral Con- ference major sporTs was ended in The year I949- 50, iT is evidenT ThaT The winning ways of black- and-gold-clad Teams have been severely curTailed. AT The beginning of The aThleTic year, The Hor- neTs were defending champions in all Three maior sporTs for The second sTraigl1T year. On The grid- iron, They were undefeaTed in Two league seasons, and favored in some quarTers To win a Third. Their hardwood squads were The finesT in hisfory of The school. And low graduafion losses poinfed Toward a Third consecufive Track championship. BuT, injury-ridden, The '49 foofball Team slumped in mid-season and in Two shorf weelcs were de- Throned as conference champs. Playing "heads-up" ball, They remained a represenTaTive Team in The long-range oufloolc, buT Their crown was losT. Then The baslceTeers, plowing undefeaTed Through Their conference schedule, hiT a similar slump and were eliminaTed from Tifular conTenTion by rough- riding ForT Hays STaTe. And as This yearbook goes To press, The high- sfepping HorneT cinder squad, wiTh a credifable early-season record, finds iTself crippled by The in- iury of sprinTers and field-evenT men. BuT regardless of whaT The remaining weelcs will bring in The way of records for baseball, Tennis, golf, and lrack, I949-50 has been a good year for afhlefics a+ Kansas S+a+e Teachers. Under +he able direcforship of F. G. "Fran" Welch and fhe policy-making Afhlelic Board of Conirol, Emporia S+a+e has consisfenlly furned ou+ championship Ieams made up of sfudenfs who know how +o be champions. Much has been said of 'rhe possible means employed by +he S'I'a+e Teachers College +o obiain championship maierial. Bu+, in reaIi'ry, +he only secrei of Emporia S+a+e's a+hIe+ic success has been ihe greaf desire of her afhlefes +o win for +heir alma mafer, and 'rhe highly coop- eraiive spirii' +ha'I' exis+s befween coaches and aih- lefes al' ihe school. And because 'rhai' spiri+ will con+inue fo exisl, Emporia Sfafe will con'I'inue +0 win in years 'Io come. A highly significanl' facior in Emporia Sl'a1'e afh- le+ic supremacy of +his and pas+ years is +he excel- lence of her experienced, well-rounded coaching siaff. Wifh fheir wide range of personal experience, +his s+aff has fhrough +he fhorough knowledge of 'fundamenials insfilled in ihe minds of E-Sl'a1'e afh- leies a confidence and will-lo-win seldom found in small colleges. F. G. "Fran" Welch is Alhlelic Direclor and Head Coach of Fooiball and Track. Widely known fhroughoul 'rhe Midwesf, Welch has 27 years expe- rience as coach al Emporia S+a+e. E. D. "Gus" Fish-Head Coach of Baskefball, Tennis, and Golf, and Fooiball Line Coach. One of fhe 'finesi' hardwood s+ars ever fo graduafe from fhe college, he has refurned as head coach +o lose only six conference games in four years. Keiih Caywood-Assisfani' Coach of Fooiball and Baskefball. He was an all-around s+ar a+ E-S+a+e. Rober+ lves-Head Baseball Coach. lves has in Iwo shorl' years given Ihe Hornefs a winning +eam. IIISI Im Im COACHES WELCH AND FISH LOOK OVER TROPHIES OF SIX CONSECUTIVE HORNET CHAMPIONSHIPS. Slanley Inwood-Assislanl' Foofball Coach. ln his firs+ year on +he campus, he has proved a big help. Paul Kufnink-Direcfor of lnframurals. Kufnink has been wi+h 1'he school since l928. E. D. "GUS" FISH PAUL KUTNINK KEITH CAYWOOD ROBERT IVES STANLEY INWOOD fi W, - P . f I . ' . L . than "ii Q g I 55 I I S I 1, I ' I . Q , --1 1- ' :Q .5 3 V7 2 ,".. . 5,7 R 95? r ig Q J if! In Ps 1 Q 'I """ I PISI I THE l949 FOOTBALL SQUAD NOT ilCHAMPS," BUT STILL WINNERS AT THE beginning of fhe I949-50 school year, fhe Hornefs were riding an unprecedenfed sfring of six consecufive CIC major sporf fiflesz fheir foofball 'reams were undefeafed in 'Iwo years' conference play: fhey had won fhe fhree posf-war baslcefball fiflesg fhe Yellowiaclcef fraclcsfers had dominafed fhe I949 CIC fraclc meef for a second sfraighf crown. If was fruly a "Golden Era" in Emporia Sfafe afhlefics. Faced wifh rebuilding a graduafion-ridcllecl squad, Coach F. G. Welch predicfed before fhe sfarf of fhe I949 foofball season fhaf fhe era was a froubled one. And righf he was. Two defeafs plummefed fhe defending champs fo a fhircl-place fie. Buf even when viewed fhrough fhe eyes of fhaf greaf maiorify of E-Sfafe sfudenfs who had never before seen a Hornef feam finish anywhere excepf in a firsf-place spof, fhe I949 season was a success- ful one. The Welchmen-crippled by iniuries, ouf- weighed, and poinfed-for by every conference foe -baffled valianfly for a fhird consecufive Cenfral Conference fifle. Two cosfly defeafs in a mid-season slump dropped fhe Hornefs behind Piffsburg Sfafe and Washburn Universify in final conference sfandings, buf fheir place in fhose sfandings cannof belie fhe facf fhaf fhe I949 grid squad, as always, iusfly deserved fheir fradifional fifle-"The Fighfing I-Iornefs." They mel' and defeafed co-champion Washburn Universify, sfopping fhe Ichabods' greaf fullback Leroy Harmon, wifh a crushing Iine affaclc. They baffled Universify of Missouri's reserve squad fo a halffime fie, only fo Iose in fhe closing minufes. They crushed Colegio Milifar de Mexico in fhe col- lege's firsf infernafional confesfby a near-record score. They were a fighfing, plunging, never-say- die feam, worfhy of fhe name "Hornefs." Many members of fha fine I949 squad have played fheir Iasf foofball game in a black-and-gold uniform. Gone from fhe Iine-up are such oufsfancl- ing sfars as capfain Don Sadowslci, David "Corley" Wrighf, Earl "Windy" Winchesfer, Gerald Mosby, Don Hoffman, Dale Wrighf, Bill "Wee WiIIie" Wygle, and Ieff-handed passer Gail "Peppy" Shane- I949 CENTRAL CONFERENCE STANDINGS Pillsburg Slafe 5 I .333 Washburn Universify 5 l .333 Emporia Slafe 4 2 .667 Forf I-lays Sfafe 4 2 .667 Sf. Beneclichs 2 4 .333 Soufhwesfern I 5 . I 67 Rockhursl' College O 6 .OOO Coaches: Carnie Srnifh, Piffsburg Sfafe: Rich- ard Godlove, Washburn: F. G. Welch, Em- poria Sfafeg Ralph "Reel" I-luffrnan, Forl' Hays Sfafe. I949 SEASON'S RECORD opponem Es. opp. Universify of Mo. "B" I3 33 Drake Universify O 40 Washburn Universify I9 I4 Rockhursf College 32 6 Soufhwesfern College 30 I4 Colegio Mililar 8I O Forf I-lays Sfafe O 9 Piffsburg Sfafe 7 27 Sl. Beneclicf's College 24 O Soufhwesf Missouri Sfafe 46 I3 -THE 1949 HORNET GRIDSTERS Iec. Buf on fhe pages of fhis yearbook and in fhe minds of Hornef fans everywhere fhey will be re- membered as members of one of Emporia S'l'a'I'e's finesf foofball feams of all fime. E-STATE I3-UNIV. OF MO. "B" 33 Unleashing a barrage of shorf, delayed passes, fhe Missouri B's used fhe high road fo gef fo fhe goal line "afore" fhe Hornefs and hand fhe Welch- men fheir firsf home defeaf in fwo years of cam- paigning, 33-I3. In fhe early minufes bofh feams looked ragged and lisfless, exchanging punfs affer ineffecfual line plunges. Buf lafe in fhe firsl' quarfer, fhe Mis- sourians found a passing combinafion fhaf clicked and suddenly awakened, quickly slashed across fhe Hornef secondary for fwo quick scores and pressed foward a fhird as fhe quarfer ended. Buf af fhe beginning of fhe new period, Em- poria Sfafe fook confrol of fhe scoring cleparfmenf wifh a will. Sfopping 'l'he fhird Tiger fhrusf in fhe deep shadows of fheir goal-line, 'I'he Hornefs called "fime-ouf" and saf down fo affempf revamping of fheir Iisfless ground affack. Reaching deep info his knowledge of game psychology, Coach Welch came up wifh a sparkling answer fo fhe problems beseffing fhe Hornef back- field. Reasoning correcfly fhaf whaf fhe fhree fresh- men backs needed fo gel' sfarfed was someone 'lo show fhem how, Welch senl' defensive back Earl "Windy" Winchesfer info fhe game in a line- plunging capacify. Affer his fiffh carry, Winchesfer limped off fhe playing field wifh an iniury fhaf was fo handi- cap him fhroughouf fhe season, buf fhe spark he had sfruck in fhe Welchmen was blazing on fhe field. Two freshman backs had suddenly become fhe passing combinafion fhaf E-Sfafe has lacked for fhree longs years. Ouf on fhe field, liffle Denf Ham- ilfon was sfanding coolly in fhe pafh of onrushing Tiger defenders and flipping passes fo fellow-fresh- man Bob Sherrer along fhe sidelines and end David "Corky" Wrighf over fhe middle-eleven of fhem, for I43 yards. QW? ,gf Top: Winchester, D I W ' ht a e rig , Hoffman. Boffom: Wrighf, Griffon. A if EQEQP5? Before fhe half ended, Sherrer, playing his firsf infercollegiafe game, scored bofh Hornef fouchdowns. He wenf over sfanding up from fhe one for 'the firsf fally, ending a drive fhaf sfarfed wifh a Missouri fumble on fheir own I5. The second score was a 45-yard pass play, wifh Sherrer faking Hamilfon's aerial on fhe 20 and wire-walking fhe sideline sfripe fo pay dirf. Buf fhere fhe Hornef offense bogged down and Missouri iced fhe game wifh fwo more markers in fhe second half-scoring as before via fhe aerial roufe. E-STATE 0-D RAKE 40 Affer hashing over fheir devasfafing pass-de- fense weaknesses of fhe Missouri game, fhe Hornefs headed for Des Moines, Iowa, and fheir game wifh fhe Drake Universify Bulldogs-well aware now fhaf fhe forward wall supremacy fhey had enioyed in pasf seasons was missing from fhe '49 squad. Traveling by air from Kansas Cify-fhe firsf such frip for a Hornef squad-fhe Emporians were confidenf fhaf fheir pass defenses had been sfrengfhened, and hopes were high for a credifable showing againsf fhe Missouri Valley powerhouse. Sfarfing early in fhe firsf quarfer wifh a bril- lianf 70-yard, off-fackle smash for fhe inifial score, Drake fullback Johnny Brighf led fhe Bulldogs in one of fhe mosf ignominous spankings ever admin- isfered a Hornef grid squad. Five Drake fouchdown runs of over fiffy yards were counfed in fhe sfun- ning defeaf, as fhe Des Moines feam won 40 fo 0. If was a weary, baffered squad fhaf boarded fhe TWA airliner for fhe refurn frip. Buf beffer fhings were in fhe offing as fhey grouped around a hurriedly-confrived sign on which fhe flighf sfeward- ess had scrawled, "ForgeI' if! Lef's go home." E-STATE I 9-WASHBU RN I4 Wifh fheir firsf fwo games Iosf by lop-sided scores, fhe '49 Hornefs were fhe subjecf of much apprehensive commenf as fhey prepared for fheir conference opener againsf always-fough Washburn Universify. Topeka sporfswrifers were confidenfly predicfing an easy vicfory for fhe Ichabods, and wifh a growing iniury Iisf, fhe Emporians looked fo be in bad sfraifs for fhe filf. A facfor fhaf was nof faken info accounf, however, was fhe fradifional rivalry of fhe fwo squads and fhe reserve courage which a crippled feam can summon up 'ro puf back fhe bid of ifs greafesf foe. Rising fo unexpecfed heighfs, fhe E-Sfafe line slapped down Washburn's highly-foufed Iine smash- er, Leroy Harmon, for no gain and fore gaping holes in fhe Ich Iine fhrough which Hayden and Shanelec sped fo paydirf. "Corky" Wrighf re- furned fo dufy fo carry a fouchdown pass over for 'the 'Ihird score, and a I9 fo I4 win. E-STATE 32-ROCKHURST 6 Finally sporfing a marker in 'Ihe win column, fhe Hornefs moved fo Kansas Cify for fheir second CIC game-fhis fime as favorifes over 'rhe Rock- hursf Hawks. Emporia proved in fhis confesf fo have a "Johnny Brigh'I" of ifs own, wifh quarferback Chef Hayden galloping 25I yards on I4 plays fo lead a 32 fo 6 rouf. The cellar-dwelling Hawks were incapable of sfopping or even slowing fhe Hornef offense, as fhe second and fhird squads moved af will up and down 'rhe furf. A fhird-period rally neffed fhe Mis- sourians six poinfs, buf fhe oufcome was never seriously in doubf wifh Hayden "running wild" 'Io fake over fourfh place in nafional small-college ground-gaining sfafisfics. E-STATE 30-SOUTHWESTERN I4 Even wifh fhe board for fhe firsf 'Iime wifh 'Iwo wins and fwo losses, fhe E-Sfafers prepared for fheir Ihird CIC clash wifh growing confidence. Unperfurbed by a record which was well on fhe way fo becoming a "iinx," fhe Welchmen con- finued 'rhe crushing offensive play fhey had demon- sfrafed againsf Rockhursf and wifh 4500 cheering fans looking on, fook over firsf-place ranking in fhe CIC wifh a 30 fo I4 win. On fhe firsf Hornef offensive play of fhe game, freshman halfback Bob Scherrer scampered 32 yards fo paydirf and fhe Welchmen sporfed a GRITTON CLEARS PATH FOR SHERRER IN PRACTICE SESSION FIRST AERIAL TRIP FOR A I-IORNET SQUAD lead They were never To lose. Two 85-yard Touch- down drives in The second period increased The margin To I8 poinTs as The haITTime gun sounded. HorneT fumbles seT up The Two 'Builder scores in The TourTh quarTer. An E-STaTe bobble on The SouThwesTern 40-yard Iine paved The way for The TirsT, as The old sleeper play caughT The HorneT sec- ondary napping and Mahaffie Tool: CiccarreIIi's pass 55 yards for The marker. And again in The closing momenTs, Rife re- covered a HorneT Tumble on Their own 45, Trom where The visiTors marched down The field on The sTrengTh oT CiccarreIIi's passes To The second 'Build- er score. BuT The ThreaTening rally ended There, wiTh Emporia reTaining possession The remainder of play- ing Time and Shepler scoring a Tinal six poinTs as The game ended. E-STATE 8I-COLEGIO MILITAR O Flags were Tlying, bands were playing, and The whole Town Turned ouT Tor The nexT HorneT home game. Through an unusual, Two-year, home-and- home conTracT, The I-IorneTs were To meeT Colegio Milifar de Mexico in The TirsT inTernaTionaI aThIeTic conTesT ever played by an Emporia STaTe Team. A crowd of some six Thousand persons waTched The TooTbaII game ThaT climaxed a day of "Good Neighbor" acTiviTies and IeTT The sTadium noT well impressed by The quaIiTy of SouTh Ameri- can TooTbaII, buT loudly praising The courage and 'FiTness of The MiIiTar Team and enThusiasTic over The discovery of a new E-STaTe ball-carrying sTar, Trosh George Gallagher. DespiTe The TacT ThaT The TirsT sTring baclcfield was in The game Tor only I2 plays-and Hayden Tor only Two-Head Coach Welch found iT impossi- ble To Ireep The margin down To a respecTable level when his second-sTring baclcfield men seized The opporTuniTy To demonsTraTe Their abiliTy. Frosh George Gallagher, in his TirsT sTarTing assignmenT, led The 8I To 0 rouT wiTh some of The preTTiesT open-Tield running seen all season, carry- ing I5 Times Tor 262 yards-a season single-game high. Aiding and abeTTing The Gallagher spree were Bob Shepler, wiTh I I0 yards Tor 5 Tries, Trosh Fred Willson, wiTh 94 yards in nine Tries: and Don Allison, wiTh 22 Tor 2. GaIIagher's 55-yard sprinT Tor The TirsT E-STaTe Tally wiTh Iess Than a minuTe played ended doubT as To The ouTcome of The game, buT The TesTivaI was a success in iTs cemenTing of reIaTions of The Two schools, wifh Milifar officials and players loud in fheir praise of Emporia and Emporians. E-STATE 0-FT. HAYS 9 Affer fheir 700-yard surge againsf Milifar, fhe Hornefs were nof expecfing any greaf amounf of difficulfy as fhey headed for Hays fo clinch a fie for fhe CIC championship. Thirfy-poinf favor- ifes, fhe Welchmen had a fhird consecufive crown almosf wifhin fheir grasp. Buf af fhis worsf of all possible fimes, fhe foof- ball machine fhaf in ifs fighfly-wound condifion had broughf fhe Black-and-Gold fwo consecufive crowns, chose fo run down. Mechanically perfecf fhroughouf fhe season, fhe Hornef backfield sud- denly developed an affinify for bobloles almosf be- yond belief. Forf Hays received fhe inifial kickoff, and as was expecfed, found fhe E-Sfafe line impenefrable and was forced fo kick. Buf fhere fhe expecfed ended and fhe unexpecfed fook over for fhe nexf 55 minufes. On fheir firsf play from scrimmage, fhe Hornefs bobbled a backfield pass info fhe end zone, and Forf Hays recovered for a safefy fhaf was so unexpecfed as fo complefely wreck fhe fine offen- sive affack fhaf had averaged well over 400 yards a confesf fo +his poinf. From fhaf fime, fhe Hornefs did nofhing righf, bobbling af six crifical poinfs-fwice af fhe end of man. Boffom: Wygle, 3' Top: Mosby, Larkin. Ioffom: Shanelec, Mid- dlefon. field-lengfh drives-as fhey suffered fheir firsf league clefeaf in fhree years. E-STATE 7-PITTSBURG STATE 27 Piffsburg Sfafe, fhe following week, finished fhe crown-wrecking fob fhaf Forf Hays had sfarfed by ruining fhe Hornefs' Homecoming celebrafion wifh a 27 fo 7 league defeaf fhaf fumbled fhe locals from fhe fop of fhe CIC for fhe firsf fime in any maior sporf since fhe fall of I947. Sfill dazed by fheir upsef loss of fhe week before, fhe Hornef affack was again ineffecfual as Piffsburg pushed across fwo early markers and held fenaciously fo fhaf lead fo fhe game's end. Despife Hayden-sparked rallies in fhe second and fourfh quarfers, fhe Welchmen failed fo close fhe gap separafing fhe scores, and wenf down fo defeaf for a second sfraighf game, losing fheir lasf opporfunify fo fop fhe CIC. E-STATE 24-ST. BENEDICT'S 0 Needing a final conference win fo assure a fie for runner-up honors wifh Forf Hays, fhe Welch- men foughf mud, rain, hail, and sleef fo adminisfer a 24 fo O spanking fo fhe Sf. Benedicf's Ravens before a weafher-beafen handful of specfafors af Kansas Cify. Freshman halfback Bobby Sherrer accounfecl for fhree of fhe four Hornef fouchdowns in fhe mudbafhg one, on a 58-yard sprinf down fhe side- lines. E-STATE 46-SOUTHWEST MISSOURI I3 ln fheir final game of fhe season, fhe Hornefs were badly in need of a win. Firsf, because a loss would drop 'lhem fo a .500 per cenf mark for fhe season: and second, because a vicfory over fhe Springfield Bears-fheir l948 Mo-Kan Bowl rivals- would assure vindicafion for fheir mid-season slump. Springfield made a mighfy efforf fo wreck fhe locals' hopes, buf on fhaf parficular day, on 'lhal' parficular field, fhe Hornefs were unbeafable. Trailing I3 'lo 0 al' fhe end of fhe firsf quarfer, fhey sfarfed fhe second period wifh a blasf of scor- ing sfrengfh fhal Coach Welch fermed as fhe finesf foofball he had seen during fhe season. Passer "Peppy" 'Shanelec and backs George Gallagher and Chef Hayden collaborafed for fhe firsf fwo TD's fo send fhe Hornefs lo fheir half-fime falkfesl' wifh a one-poinf lead. And 'lhen 'lhe Welch- men really go'l fo rolling. On 'lheir firs'l' offensive play of fhe second half, Bernard Thissen 'look Ray O'Doul's long pass for a 66-yard fouchdown. Seconds lafer, Thissen sprinfecl 50 yards for anofher. Then, Hayden ouf- ran fhe enfire Springfield 'leam for 6l yards and his second counfer. And finally, in a one-man display of line-bucking power, Bob Bergman bulled his way 35 yards in six fries fo make 'lhe score 46 fo I3 as 'lhe game and season ended. ll had been a good season. While nof crowned wifh fhe specfacular success of fhe fwo immediafely previous squads, fhe '49 Hornefs had far oulplayed fheir opponenfs, oufscoring lhem, 257 fo I56g oufgaining lhem, 42l7 yards 'ro 2322: and oufpassing fhem, l00l yards fo 880. Their six wins lo four losses, 'their fighfing courage, and fheir abilify fo "come back" from mid-season losses mark fhe enfire squad as worfhy fo be called "Horne'ls." PORTER SCORES ONE OF l-IIS TWO TOUCHDOWNS AGAINST COLEOIO MIUTAR AND -THEN THERE WAS HOMECOMING THE OUEEN AND HER ATTENDANTS. Leff fo righfz JANET TEICHGRAEBER, MARY RUPLE, NEDRA PFLAUM, ROBER- TA BROSE, MARY JO WILHITE. Top: THE CANDIDATES FOR "PEGGY PEDAGOGI' Bof- fom: THE BIG PEP RALLY AFTER THE PARADE. ANOTHER GALA homecoming was accredifed fo Emporia Sfafe lasf November. Memories of fhe original house decorafions, fhe colorful parade, fhe "Curli-Q" presenfafion and fhe hard foughf fool'- ball game linger in fhe minds of all Emporia. Things sfarfed rolling Thursday evening wifh fhe presenfafion of fhe "Curli-Q". Under fhe direcfion of Dr. George R. R. Pflaum, a producfion confain- ing vaudeville acfs, musical comedy and individual arfisfry sef fhe sfage for fhe week-end fesfivifies. Safurday morning all Emporia furned ouf fo wif- ness fhe pre-game parade composed of lively-sfep- ping bands, colorful floafs and dignifaries of fhe day. Various campus organizafions welcomed fheir alums baclc wifh luncheons and open houses dis- plays. Safurday affernoon fhe K-Club recognized fhe pasf "sfars" of E-Sfafe afhlefics af fheir annual luncheon, followed by fhe Alumni recepfion in fhe Hornefs Nesf. MISS JANET TEICHGRAEBER, NOMINATED BY THE FOOTBALL SOUAD AND CI-IOSEN BY TI-IE STUDENT BODY TO REIGN OVER HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES AS OUEEN. Socially speaking, +he refurning grads were served buffer suppers fhai' evening ai' 'I'he various organized houses. The big even? of fhe weelc-end sfarfed Safurday evening wiih ihe opening kick-off of fhe Emporia Slafe-PiHsburg gridiron iangle. Alfhough ihe final score, 27-7, placed fhe Gorillas vicforious, fhe Horne'I's did noi' once give up 1'heir iighf for vicfory. Tribufe was paid +o 'lhe a'H'ending foofball squads of '09, 'I9, '29, and '39. Ai' halfiime ceremonies Miss Janei' Teichgraeber was crowned "Peggy Pedagog" for I949 by Gover- nor Frank Carlson. A Homecoming Ball was held ai' 'I'he Sfudeni' Union Ballroom, and fhe Alumni Dance al The Broadview Hofel. HORNET NETMEN THE FISHMEN of Emporia Sfafe sfarfed off early in December fo whaf appeared, as fime progressed, desfined fo be fhe worsf season in fhe hisfory of fhe college. ln fhe warm-up againsf Kansas Sfafe, fhe game quickly ran fhe gamuf from a warm-up fo a burn-ouf, wifh fhe Teachers coming ouf on fhe hof end of a cold game, and fhe final whisfle caughf fhem red-handed wifh fheir firsf loss of fhe season in fhe firsf game of fhe season. The only sfar of hope visible in fhe smoke following fhe holocausf of fhe Kansas Sfafe vicfory was fhe shoofing of Denny Shogren, who garnered I4 poinfs fo lead fhe Hornefs in fheir way down fo defeaf. ln rapid succession, fhere followed losses fo Colorado Universify la pairl, and Oklahoma Cify Universify. The Colorado games found fhe local rebounders fhroffled down from fhe backboards, as fhe faller Buffs ran away wifh fhe firsf game fo fhe fune of 45 fo 55. In fhe second game, fhe alfi- CUSIC DUNKS TWO AGAINST WASHBURN BUMPED FROM C I C HERE'S THE SEASON E.s. opp. 68 College of Emporia . 44 47 Caferpillar Diesels . . 42 65 Rockhursf College . . . . 47 72 S+. Benedicfs College . . 55 50 Soufhwesf Missouri Sfafe . . 46 63 Washburn Universify . . . 45 50 Forf Hays Sfafe College . . 65 50 Forf Hays Sfafe College . . 57 67 Piffsburg Teachers . . 5l 57 Rockhursf College . . 36 44 Soufhwesfern . . . . 56 69 Sf. Benedicfs College . . 52 59 Piffsburg Teachers . . 53 86 Soufhwesfern . . . . 77 62 Washburn Universify . . . 58 fude fook ifs foll of fhe Hornef wind, and fhe faller Colorado aggregafion romped home wifh a 62 fo 42 decision. Refurning home, fhe Hornef baskefeers played hosf fo a visifing and hosfile-minded five from Okla- homa Cify Universify. The locals showed fhe besf form and fighf of fhe young season, as fhey fied up fhe ball game in fhe final seconds and forced fhe visifors info a double overfime, losing 49 fo 47. Lef down by fhis defeaf in fhe face of a vifal efforf, fhe black and gold quinfeffe was forced fo accepf fheir fiffh sfraighf loss af fhe hands of fhe Springfield Bears. The Bears handed ouf 48 hugs, while fhe Hornefs were able fo sfing only 42 fimes. Taking fo fhe road again, fhe Corkyifes visifed Wyoming Universify for a double header, buf failed fo break info fhe win column, losing fwo fhere and anofher fo Regis College af Denver, 68 fo 46. THRONE AFTER TH "OLD AUTOMATIC" DENNY SHOGREN DEMONSTRATES HIS LEFT HAND SPECIALTY REE YEAR REIGN THE CONFERENCE RACE The Horne+s opened fhe season of conference play againsl' Roclchursf College on 'rhe courl' of Ihe Civic Audiforium, and were off 'Io a good s'rar1' in fhe conference by cleliealing Ihe Kansas Ci'I'y school handily I'o +he 'rune of 65 'ro 47. The second conference game was loolced 'For- ward 'I'o by some wifh some an+icipa+ion of a baffle for I'he conference lead, buf fhis 'fai+h was unius+i- fied, as was la+er shown, bo'rh by Ihe facl' fha? Ihere was no baffle and by 'rhe facf fhal' nei+her S+. Bene- dic+'s or Emporia S+a+e won fhe conference. Never- fheless, fhe score of Ihe game was 72 +o 55, wi'I'h Emporia coming ouf on lop. Emporia Sfafe fripped up 'I'o Washburn and fripped up Washburn, Emporia S+a+e used 63 banana peelings, while Washburn was able 'Io mus- 1'er only 45. If was in fhe second half, however, 'rhaf fhe Fishmen really greased 'rhe ways, wifh Gene Cusic 'rurning ouf 'Io be 'lhe high scorer wi+h 22 poinls +0 his credi'I'. COACH KEITH CAYWOOD AND HIS HIGH-SCORING JUNIOR HORNETS CUSIC HITS A SET-UP, BUT TO NO AVAIL, AS O.C.U. WINS IN A DOUBLE OVERTIME FROM THIS poinf in fhe season, fhe Emporia Sfafe cagemen hif fhe doldrums-wifh a coupIe of Ioud fhumps. The firsf of fhese fhumps was caused by fhe Forf Hays Sfafe feam, which adminisfered fo fhe surprised Hornefs a 65 fo 50 sheIIacIcing on fhe Hays home courf. Forf Hays iumped fo an earIy Iead and was never headed, despife fhe efforfs of Gene Cusic and Dennis Shogren, who Ied fhe Hor- nefs in fheir affempf af a win. The second of fhese Ioud fhumps was caused by fhe same feam, Forf Hays, buf fhe Iocafion was sIighfIy differenf. The fhumping was adminisfered on fhe courf of fhe Civic Audiforium. If was Sho- gren and Markham fhis fime who Ied fhe Hornefs as fhey fried vainIy fo overcome an earIy Forf Hays Iead. The successful efforfs of fhe Tigers was Ied by Glen Mifchum who mafched Denny Shogren's I8 poinfs. The final score was 57 fo 50. Affer dropping fwo conference games in a DENNIS SHOGREN FRANCIS IvIARKI-IAM BERNIE CUSIC ww., is ANTI A Q Ea row fo fhe Tigers, fhe Fishmen bounced back fo clobber PiHsburg's Gorillas wifh a large brush and some 67 fo 5l shellack. The scoring of Shogren and Cusic helped lhe Hornefs fo more fhan double 'lhe score on fhe Gorillas by halffime, and win going away, affer only a slighl' fhreaf by fhe Gorillas. This year fhe conference baskefball cellar was locafed in Kansas Cify, wifh Rockhursf College fhe sole dweller, as fhe Emporia Sfafe quinfeffe wenf 'lo Kansas Cify for an encounfer wifh fhe Hawk of Rockhursf College. Apparenfly all fhaf darkness was harmful fo fhe aim, for fhe Hawks were able fo accounf for only 36 poinfs while fhe Hornefs gar- nered 57 and wenf on fo win. The reserves, led by Williams, Willson, and Kipp fook over in fhe second half, and wifh a wide lead, fhe E-Sfafers coasfed home fhe vicfors. Emporia Sfafe cagers iourneyed fo Winfield fo see if fhaf boy Kahler was as good as some said he was, and-he was. The Moundbuilders main- fained fheir repufafion for being gianf killers by overfurning fhe E-Sfafe applecarf 56 fo 44. Mark- ham led fhe Hornef affempf fo overcome an early lead of fhe Soufhwesfern cagers, buf, led by fhe 23 poinfs of Mr. Kahler, 'lhey were never headed. AFTER fhis rude awakening, fhe Corkyifes growled a couple of fimes and dashed up fo Afchison fo fangle wifh 'rhe Sf. Benedicf's Ravens, in anofher conference +il+. The Fishmen grabbed an early lead, ROCK-A-BYE-BABY FOR AL ANDERSON IN WARRENSBURC5 TILT. and sank fhe Ravens, fo fhe fune of 69 fo 52. Gene Cusic led fhe scoring for fhe Hornefs, wifh a fofal for fhe nighf of I8 poinfs, all on field goals. Piffsburg Sfafe furnished fuel for fhe vicfory bonfire honoring fhe sevenfh conference vicfory for fhe Hornefs fhis season. The game was fied af half- fime, buf finished a Hornef vicfory 59 'lo 53. Refurning home, 'lhe Hornefs fhrew up baffleg menfs againsf fhe invaders from Winfield, under General Kahler. Under a forrenf of buckefs, fhe MEREDITH LITCHFIELD PETE MCREYNOLDS BOB WOODBURY -ff' .gn-as , ga? . unnfmnm f r liv- BILL LANEY DAVID WRIGHT RONNIE COWAN Moundbuilders were driven from fheir beachhead, and shoved fhem info fhe drink, 86 fo 77. Chief of fhe Hornef buckef brigade was Denny Shogren, buf he was followed closely by Bernie Williams. Danny Kahler was high for fhe visifors wifh 23. Affer fhe slam-bang-crash of fhe baffle wifh Soufhwesfern, fhe Washburn game came as an anfi- climax. This, foo, was a see-saw baffle, wifh fhe Hornefs never comforfably ahead unfil fhe Iasf fhree minufes, when LifchfieId's fhree free fhrows, Pefe McReynoIds' sleeper, and Cusic's free fhrow, and anofher buckef by Lifchfield, sewed up fhe ball game, 62 fo 58. Markham, Shogren, and Cusic were named fo one or anofher of fhe all-conference feams, as fhe Hornefs finished fhe season wifh a 9 win 3 loss record in fhe conference and a I4 and I3 record in over-all games. We didn'f win fhe conference, buf if was sfill a good season. NON-CONFERENCE GAMES The firsf Hornef win of 'Ihe season was regis- fered in 'Ihe holiday fourney, where fhe Hornefs found opposifion more fo fheir liking righf in fheir own back yard as fhey handed a defeaf fo C. of E., 68 fo 44. The high scorers for fhe confesf were Denny Shogren wifh I5 and Meredifh Lifchfield wi'I'h I3. Sferner opposifion faced fhe Corkyifes in fhe finals of fhe fourney, where fhey fangled wifh fhe Culver-Sfockfon Wildcafs in a bloody fray which finally found fhe Hornefs on fhe long end of a 67 fo 57 score. SANGER GOES IN FOR TWO POINTS. Affer +he refurn for fhe Chrislmas holidays, fhe green lighf was given +o an encounfer wi+h +he Ca+erpillar Diesel +eam, which fea+ured iwo old Hornef sfand-bys, Bill Lifchfield and Wilbur Reeser. In +he ensuing baH'le, fhe 'rracformen lived up +o expecialions during fhe firsf half, bul' failed fo sfand 'I'he gaff, and l'he Hornels eked oul' a five- poin'r margin of vicfory, 47 lo 42. The second half rally was led by Francis Markham, who garnered I6 poinls, and by Merediih Lifchfield, who came 'lhrough wi'l'h I4. Dan Pippin was high for 'I'he visi- iors wifh I3. Nex1', 'lhe Emporia Sfafe feam fangled wi'l'h Cenfral Missouri Sfafe, and ii' was a cold, cold nigh? for fhe Hornefs, as ihe boys from easf of ihe river came ouf on fhe lop end of a 44 fo 40 score. The Hornefs ihen had a refurn march wifh Cenfral Missouri Sfafe. The game was close all fhe way, wifh fhe Mules jumping 'lo an early lead, buf E-Siaie foughi' back and was able fo hold a lead af half lime. Lifchfield, Markham, and Shogren led fhe way as 'I'he gold and black wrapped up 1'he game and 'look if home wifh fhem using a 56 'lo 54 score for sfring. In fhe reiurn game wifh fhe Springfield Bears, 'lhe Hornefs iumped info an early lead, using Gene Cusic as fhe big gun. The Bears came roaring back LITCHFIELD ELUDES FORMER TEAMMATE. WILBUR REESER, TO SCORE AGAINST CATERPILLAR. and wenf info fhe lead early in ihe second half. From 'lhis poini, 'lhe Fishmen fook charge, and rid- ing fhe cresf of a 9-poini' wave, harbored in vicfory bay af lafiiude 50, longifude 46. When ihe Hornefs iourneyed sou'l'h for ihe Oklahoma Ciiy Universi'l'y mafch ihey had li'H'le fo show for fheir irouble bui fhe shori end of a 54 'lo 43 score. FRED KIPP CHARLES SANGER AL ANDERSON AP, is WITH A FINE RECORD IN I9-49, TRACK IS ON THE UPGRADE ANOTHER CHAMPIONSHIP for 'rhal' Hornel' lrophy rack which slands in I'he rolunda of I'he Ad- minislralion Building is rapidly 'Iaking shape under Ihe skilled hands of Coach F. G. "Fran" Welch, as The Sunflower goes off lo press. Wi+h 'Ihe +i+le hopes of +he nexl' slrongesf con- lender, Forl Hays, already blasled by a rude ancl effeclive drubbing adminislered lhem al' lhe Em- poria Relays, if seems likely Ihal 'Ihe hopes for whaf may well prove fo be I'he only championship broughl' back 'ro +he campus of lhe college resl squarely on +he wishful legs and arms of 'rhe Ihin- clads of Emporia S'I'al'e. Looking back on I'he resulls of Ias'l' year, many names loom conspicuous by +heir absence from The rosler of lhis year's squad. Gone are lhe springy, 'I'ireIess legs of Maynard Mi'I'cheII and Harold Bul- lerfield. Gone are l'he slrong righl arms of "Big BiII" Wygle and Vernon Duncan. Gone, 'I'oo, are I'he poinls +ha+ mighl' have been made by such slal- warls as De Koven Moore, in Ihe hurdles, or Don Valliere, in lhe high iump. Looking forward, lhings are much brighler. Those holes in I'he ranks of lhe squad, which loomed so large as 'rhe season opened, have been gradu- ally swallowed up by +ha+ shiffing, changing adap- l'al'ion of malerial lo openings, wifhoul which 'lhere could be no squad. New men have come in lo 'lake lhe places of lhose who have Iefl fhe squad. Old men have developed 'lo lhe poin'l where lhey can fill some of lhose places which have been vacafed. These, logelher wil'h 'lhe holdovers from Iasl,year's squad, make up 'Ihe championship-bound squad of I950. I949 CENTRAL CONFERENCE TRACK RESULTS Emporia Slale Teachers College 76 Forl Hays College 49 Washburn Universily 25 Sourhwesrern College 8 Pillsburg Slale Teachers College 7 Rockhursl' College O S+. Benedic+'s College O . 1K an K .. Ks .- , L 3 9555. he THE l95O TRACK SQUAD Jack Larkin, co-capfain, Coach F. G. Welch, Dwighf Wade dell, co-capfain. ' l ' A .J 2 li Among fhe oufsfanding refurnees are Bob Klofz, Don Blyfhe, and Ralph Summers. All of fhese men are dangerous in evenfs ranging from fhe IOO-yard dash fo fhe quarfer mile. Holdovers in fhe disfances include fhaf ferrible or wonderful frio ldepending upon your poinf of viewl Jim Widrig, Jim Hobson, and co-capfain and conference champion, Dwighf Waddell. No lisf of veferans could be complefe, however, wifhouf fhe menfion of a few ofher names, foo. Names such as Roger Rufh, pole vaulfer, broad jumper, high iumper, fruly a friple fhreaf man: or Don Sfern, pole vaulferg or Chef Hayden and May- nard Mayberry, hurdlersg or surely nof wifhouf fhe name of Jack Larkin, conference champion in fhe discus fhrow and co-capfain of fhe squad. The Hornef fhinclads sfarfed off fhe year of compefifion wifh a iaunf fo fhe Oklahoma A8zM Relays, which were held af Sfillwafer, Oklahoma. Whaf fhe feam was looking for was vicfories, and warm weafher, buf fhey had fo be safisfied wifh warm weafher for fhe mosf parf, for fhe compefi- fion proved fo be a bif foo keen, wifh only one firsf place finding ifs way info fhe fracksfers' sou- venir safchel. Thaf one firsf place arrived on fhe wings of a discus in 'lhe hands of Jack Larkin, who ,. . ' G .a e ' mf 'U 1 . ,, I -0 . l spun 'I'he plaH'er 'lo fhe 'l'une of l29 feel' plus a few inches, lo win l'he evenl. Olher placings in fhe meer were Roger Ru'lh's lhird place in lhe broad iump, pole vaull and high iump, and lhe 'lhird place garnered by lhe sprinl' medley leam, which was composed of Dwighl Wad- dell, Gerald Shadwiclr, and Jim Widrig. Afler a bil more worlr on fhe highways, by-ways, and cinderways, 'lhe leam essayed lo lalre on Wichila Universil'y's Wheal' Shocllers in a dual meef wilh resulfs which were much lo lhe chagrin of 'I'he Shoclrers, for fhe E-Slale 'lraclcmen came oul on 'lhe long end of a 67 lo 64 score, 'lhus keeping alive lheir record of never having been defealed on fhe lrack and field a'l' 'lhe hands of Wichila Universify. .,,...w g 5 any ll r XJ so a lfa' G Q UE? 5 ye ,L J ,HM as , A .W T--f f'--If peg ef 4 'llf wso RETURNINQ- ,Y . I" LETTERMEN x lx wie ' -f-fef+M3?9?? V.,-I V, f iffiivbf- jf' Q , K ha . y 1-f , xl T-iiifffgffm f J 'X igjf, T iii- fs..4'f'H4 'S 4- ' A s ,7 xv fQ,1?f'+g.ljf.'Zi75g,l 4 7 -fi 4:1 1.41:-4 -A e ,. Z - ,, . L,,3iiik,53N, , 1, M gy f.:iv5f,.yjg .L ' 1' . H . ' . - ,, 2 ive .4 I - , I ,fy 5 ' - f- ' ' V' s. A: .. ln accomplishing lhis dual meel' win over 'lhe flallands school, lhe Hornefs won or lied for eighl firsf places, including fhe 880-yard run, mile run, lwo-mile run, 220-yard low hurdles, mile relay, high iump, broad iump and pole vaulf. Growing bolder, fhe fraclrslers sallied forflh 'lo The Texas Relays, af Ausfin, Texas. Malling 'I'he lrip io Texas wifh Coach Welch were Roger Rulh, Jim Hobson, Dwighl Waddell, Jim Widrig, and Gerald Shadwiclz, five sfrong. They refurned, sfill five slrong, bul' wilh iusl' whal' 'lhe li'H'le boy shol' al as far as scoring was concerned, fha? is fo say- nulhin'. Angered by lhe abrupl reversal of forlunes suf- fered deep in 'lhe heari of Texas, 'lhe squadmen 'lore info 'lhe remainder of 'lheir schedule wilh HORNET DISTANCE STARS -Widrig. Waddell, Hobson. i 5 Hx , ' x ci K 74" 5 3 'iMl"f'!iT'n'f' .QW xt 1 1 gif lg -'Q V Jw Q -ww x of 1 K ,, .. Q , sm A x I 5 i 2 ,. fi L 1 i Le is Discus THROWERS - - My wick, Duncan, Holsl, Larkin. ' malice aforefhoughf, defermined fo acquii' fhem- selves well. ln 'I'he Emporia S+a'l'e Relays, fhe Welchmen came roaring down The final sfrelch 'lo defeaf fheir nearesf rival, Forl Hays, on lhe sfrenglh of vicfories in 'lhe mile relay, discus fhrow, and pole vault Eleven records were broken in fhe college class, wifh E-Sfafe and For'l' Hays breaking four each. The scoring in fhe rneef ran somefhing like lhis: Emporia S'l'a'l'e 382 For? Hays 33: Wichiia 20112: Washburn Ib: Soufhwesfern I2: Baker IOV2: O'H'awa Universify 9: and PiH'sburg S'l'a1'e 5. Phillips Univer- si'I'y of Enid Oklahoma, Beihel, and 'lhe College of Emporia failed 'lo score. The summary of The mee'I' follows: Two-mile Relay: I-Emporia Sfale lDixon, Hob- son, Widrig, Waddelll: 2-Forl' Hays: 3-OHawa: 4-Pi'H'sburg. Time: 8:07.5-a new record, fhe old mark being 8:28.5 sei by Emporia Sfafe in l948. 880-yard Relay: l-For'I' Hays: 2-Wichifag 3- Washburn: 4-Soufhwesfern. Time: I:3l.2-a new record, The old mark being l:33.2 sei' by For? Hays in l948. 480-yard Sl1u'H'le Hurdle Relay: I-Baker: 2- Washburn: 3-Wichifa: 4-Soufhwesfern. Time: l:02.3-a new record, fhe old mark being I:04.4 sei by O'H'awa Universiiy in I949. Disfance Medley: I-Emporia Sfale lWilson, Hobson, Widrig, Waddelllg 2-Washburn: 3- Soufhwesferng 4-Forl Hays S1'a'I'e. Time: I0:5I.8- a new record, fhe old mark being Il:I2.I sei by Emporia Sfafe in I948. 440-yard Relay: I-Fori' Hays: 2-Emporia Sfafeg 3-Washburn: 4-Wichiia. Time: :44.2-a TRAINERS Crouch and Criqui aclminisler 'rrealmenl' io Chef Duncan. HURDLERS Hayden and McAlisler in warm-up iaunl. new record, lhe old mark being :45.2 sel by Forl Hays in I948. Mile Team Race: I-Ollawa Universilyg 2-Em- poria Slale: 3-Washburn: 4-Baker Universily. Tolal poinls 2l-a new record, lhe old mark being 25 poinls which was sel by Ollawa in I949. Mile Relay: I-Emporia Slale lHobson, Shad- wick, Widrig, Waddelllg 2-Soulhweslerng 3-Pills- burgg 4-Forl Hays. Time 3:28.2-a new meel rec- ord, eclipsing lhe old mark of 3:3I sel by Forl Hays in I948. Shol Pul: I-Wichila Universily: 2-Baker: 3- Soulhweslern: 4-Washburn. The lolal dislance of lhe winning leam was I65 feel, IIV8 inches. This is a new meel record, ouldislancing lhe old mark sel by Emporia Slale in I948, of I64 feel, 5V2 inches. Pole Vaull: I-Emporia Slale lRulh, Slern, Hen- derson, Huffordlg 2-Forl Hays, 3-Wichila Uni- versily and Baker Universily lied for lhird and fourlh. The lolal dislance of lhe winning leam was 46 feel, I0 inches, which breaks lhe record sel by Forl Hays and Wichila Universily in I948. High Jump: I-Forl Hays: 2-Washburn, 3- Ollawa Universily: 4-Wichila Universily. The win- ners' lolal heighl was 22 feel, 8 inches, which eslab- lished a new record, breaking lhe one sel by Forl Hays in I949, which was 22 feel, 7 inches. Javelin lhrow: I-Forl Hays, 2-Wichila Uni- versilyg 3-Emporia Slaleg 4-Pillsburg. The win- ners' lolal dislance was 636 feel, 9 inches, which marks a new record, lopping lhe lolal of 632 feel, 4 inches, sel by Forl Hays in I949. Hormel SPRINTERS loe lhe mark. , W ,Q xg , Mg, Q SM, ,V , , Q., V K Q' 4 3, N13 K sm HQ 1 i'ii' 5lr-?"'3f'-5?,,aa Q -Q gigs y av, y aw "r""'- 'R 2. me TW if fi V' .-,3"'x V.. - rf' E . 'K 'l' . f A - 2 Q 1 'Q ls Vi 6 ,W-L ' 1 A ff 'ww-,-ff. ' ff 1 6 s My ' L H V nz ks M 5-QILSAK :iq .I 1, -,G ,K 3 ZLHEQ.. 'gf-5.57, ba r' 'fy 4,:V 1. 4 . -. .N YL. 4 ry, sw lx' xx k,g,t X X 'xxx 'K V hi, t- Q. , ,V , ',,1!, A ytfjigv , . 4 X155 ig I-. S f t e- .K y H X 8, 34 ,l..Vx, .Vx 1.1 my L .S ,' . 'P L,-txt ,I I Ll fl Til. 'X if i P' 5k"',l, ' s irmfis wal '51-fV.3.gl'lP xl x 3 w. Q'-, -.. ,,,,,N ' E D ...um yy 1 , , X , W , 4 . 'N Kgs, Hobson-fo-Widrig exchange as Horne? DISTANCE MEDLEY feam shaffers E-Sfafe Relays marlc. Discus fhrow: I-Emporia Sfafe lLarlcin, Duncan, Holsf, Fifzgeraldlg 2-Forf Hays: 3- Soufhwesfern: 4-Wichifa Universify. The winners' disfance was 468 feef, 9'f2 inches. Broad Jump: I-Emporia Sfafe lRufh, Blyfhe, Dudley, Fifzgeraldlg 2-Wichifa Universifyg 3-Forf Hays: 4-Piffsburg. The winners' fofal disfance was 84 feef, 3lf2 inches. Wi+h fhe Emporia Relays behind fhem, fhe Hor- nef fhinclads look forward fo fhe resf of fheir sched- ule, including a dual meef wifh Piffsburg, a dual meef wifh Kansas Sfafe, and fhe Conference Meef. Thus fhe Emporia Sfafe frack feam is off fo a good sfarf foward a season which has, up fo and including fhe Emporia Relays, shown signs of per- fecfion. To say The very leasf, if has been a good year. Good for fhe boys on fhe squad, good for fhe coaches who have worked wifh fhem, good for fhe fans who have come ouf fo fhe meefs. If has been good because fhere has been a spirif of good fellowship in fhe meefs in all evenfs, as well as be- ing a wonderful year for fraclc, mefeorologically speaking. Yes, up fo now if has been a good year-a good year which can be all fhe beffer for fhe winning of fhe fourfh consecufive Cenfral lnfercollegiafe Con- ference championship in frack, fhe sporf of fhe cinder pafhs and soff green furf. If fhe frack squad, coaches, and frainers have anyfhing fo say abouf if, fhe season will be a good one for fhaf reason, foo. POLE VAULTERS-STERN AND RUTH , . .5 4 K sf A N , T , . K- -nw 5, - -- if , - ' 4 A' 5 . ...V gg-- V , , V M ., A . -:.. - ' . ,f,' Q i.: - ,H V -3' 1 , .,, . Q -Xxk, , . Fa, y r u . Q , - K .....-0. ' if am.. M.. 'H I - ' , 9 ' , 'S - ......-- , l ., , , i 1 . 4 9 i , Qs if " ,3"rf'M'rf qi ' " " . M55 . Tx -"2 eww' m e -H - sg.: P - Ev. :free - .-f . , . A W 4 ya-if . ,g-,grie f 7 T stil' if -s 'F' fr" r- is-2,,,,. , GOLF l950 GOLF SCHEDULE April 6 Emporia Sfafe 4-Washburn Universify I4 April I8 Emporia Sfafe I3If2-Offawa Universify 3If2 April I9 Emporia Sfale vs. Kansas Wesleyan April 25 Emporia Sfafe vs. Washburn Universify May I Emporia Sfafe vs. Kansas Wesleyan May 2 Emporia Sfafe vs. Offawa Universiry May 4-5 Cenfral Inlercollegiafe Confer- ence af Kansas Cify ONE I949 golf lefferman, fwo I949 provisional lef- fermen, fwo I948 leffermen, and a iunior college fransfer greefed Golf Coach E. D. "Gus" Fish fhis season. The one lefferman is Charles Sewell, fhe provisional winners are Roberf Carfmill and William Gorsuch, fhe '48 refurnees are Lawrence Thorfon and Wallace Larsen, and fhe fransfer is George Todd who won fhe Easfern Division Junior College golf championship lasf season represenfing Kansas Cify Junior College. In addifion fo fhese men is one refurning squad member, Tom Lynde. The I949 feam produced five wins and fhree losses in fheir eighf dual meef schedule. The golfers opened fheir season againsf fhe College of Em- poria, and defeafed fhe Presbies SV2 fo BV2. Soufhwesfern was nexf on fhe card, and fhey were downed I6V2 fo IV2, and in a refurn mafch wifh C. of E. fhe Hornefs were again vicforious by a score of I2 fo 6. Wichifa Universify complefely roufed fhe E-Sfafers 0 'lo I8, and Washburn Uni- versify followed suif by frimming E. S. 6 fo I2. The Hornef linlcsmen furned an abouf face and fhroffled Washburn l4V2 fo 3V2, and fhen followed wifh an- ofher win over Soufhwesfern I0 fo 8. In fhe refurn meef wifh Wichifa fhe Wheafshoclrers again fhumped E-Sfafe lfz fo I7V2. This season fhe golfers posfed one win and one loss in early season compefifion. Washburn downed fhe Hornefs 4 fo I4, and fhe win came af fhe expense of Offawa Universify I3V2 fo 4V2. Leff io ,righh Relph, Thorlon, Lynde, Hiskey, Williams, Gorsuch, Carfrnill, Mariani. POSTING A record of fwo wins, four losses, and one 'lie in I949, fhe l950 edifion of fhe Emporia Sfafe fennis feam found ifself wifh only fwo refurn- ing Ieffermen, Roberf Emrich and B. J. Green, plus fwo acldifional provisional Ieffer winners, Lafayeffe Greischar and Roberf Tholen. Anofher member of fhe I949 squad, Wendell Lady, is sfill presenf fo wield his raclcef for fhe Hornef nefmen. Brighfesf newcomer on fhe fennis feam is Don Allison, who was Kansas sfafe high school champion in I949. The I949 squad opened ifs season wifh fheir only wins: firsf fhey downed Soufhwesfern 5 fo 2, and fhen fhey shuf-ouf fhe College of Emporia courf feam 6 fo 0. The four losses also came in succession wifh Wichifa Universify nosing ouf fhe Hornefs 3 fo 4, Washburn Universify blanlcing fhem 0 fo 7, a refurn mafch and Ioss fo Washburn by a 2 fo 5 score, and a refurn mafch and defeaf af fhe hands of Soufhwesfern by a 2 fo 5 counf. The fie, 3 fo 3, came in 'Ihe refurn meef wifh Wichifa. In fhe Cenfral Infercollegiafe Conference meef, Jim Clark, fhe defending singles champion, was defeafed in fhe semi-finals, and fhe doubles feam of Green and Emrich was also eliminafed in fhe semi-finals. . The I950 fennis feam splif fheir inifial fwo mafches by losing af Washburn by a close 2 fo 4 score, and winning fheir firsf home mafch from Offawa Universify by a score of 4 fo I. TENNIS l950 TENNIS SCHEDULE April 6 Emporia Sfafe 2-Washburn Universify 4 April I8 Emporia Sfafe 4-Offawa Universify I April I9 Emporia Sfale vs. Kansas Wesleyan April 25 Emporia Sfafe vs. Washburn Universify April 26 Emporia Sfafe vs. Soufhwesfern May l Emporia Sfafe vs. Kansas Wesleyan May 2 Emporia Sfafe vs. Offawa Universify May 4 Emporia Sfafe vs. Soufhwesfern May 5-6 Cenfral lnfercollegiafe Confer- ence af Topeka I Leff fo righf: Emrich, G Il All Th Greischar, Wi iams, i len, Lady. , BASEBALLERS OFF TO FLYING START AS SECOND SEASON BEGINS NOW IN ifs second year of recognifion on fhe Emporia Sfafe campus, baseball is proving fo be a nofabie addifion fo fhe Hornef sporfs family. Under fhe guiding eye of Coach "Bob" Ives, fhe Hornef nine has, in fwo shorf years, become an- ofher of fhe scrappy, weII-driIIed sporf squads char- acferisfic of posf-war afhlefics af KSTC. Wifh eighf refurning Ieffermen numbered in fheir ranks, fhe E-Sfafe baseballers earIy have given indicafions of anofher successfui season in I950 wifh impressive wins over Soufhwesfern Col- Iege of Winfield, Wichifa Universify, and Wash- burn. WEALTH OF RESERVES IS ENCOURAGING An increased pifching sfaff fhis season wiII add sfrengfh in cIoseIy-scheduled games. Seven players-TeImo Carbaio, Fred Kipp, Don Lamb, James McGee, Joe Neufeld, Tommy Payne, and Dennis Shogren-have been confending for pifch- ing chores in early pracfice sessions: and while Lamb has received credif for 'Ihree early wins, Ieffermen Shogren and Carbaio sfand ready fo fake over fhe chucking chores when needed. The Ianky, "wrong-handed" Kipp, a freshman, shouId see considerable dufy in fufure games. In 'Ihe infield, Coach Ives can call upon a combinafion from among eighf candidafes- Charles Cusic, Bob Banisfer, Bob Corneff, Fred Kipp, Francis Markham, Fred Markowifz, Bob Rus- sell, and Frank Wilde-while ouffield dufies wiII faII upon fhe shoulders of Ieffermen Ted Harder, Ger- aId Sadowski, and Dennis Shogren, along wifh can- didafes WaIfer Davis, John Perkins, John Hall, and LeIand Gearharf. Behind fhe pIafe, Iefferman Dick Kuhns can call upon newcomers Paul Clark and Don Morifz for relief from keysfone-sack operafions. THE I949 SCORES E.S. Opp. I5 CoIIege of Emporia . 3 5 Soufhwesfern . . . . 3 4 Wichifa Universify . . . 5 3 Soufhwesfern . . . . I I 3 Rockhursf . . . . 5 6 Washburn Universify . . . 9 5 Rockhursf . . . . 3 9 Kansas Wesleyan . . I 4 Washburn Universify . . . 3 3 Kansas Wesleyan . . . . O IO Wichifa Universify . . 9 2 CoIIege of Emporia . 3 I95O BASEBALL SQUAD Thus, wifh an abundance of experienced ma- ferial, fhe I950 Hornef nine loolcs forward wifh con- fidence fo fhe remaining games on fhis season's Fchedule, and fo fhe fujure, when baseball may fake nfs final place as a full-fledged compefifive sporf fhrough Cenfral Conference recognifion. OUTFIELDERS-Davies, Harder, Sadowslci E-STATE 2I-SOUTHWESTERN 6 Alfhough early pracfice sessions had been hampered by disagreeable weafher condifions, fhe diamond feam made an auspicious sfarf in fhe new season, soundly frouncing Soufhwesfern College on fhe 'Builders home grounds, 2l fo 6. Wi+h Hornef bafs booming loudly and offen, fhe inifial confesf wenf only seven innings as Soufh- wesfern officials declined fo confinue fhe debacle beyond fhaf poinf. Don Lamb wenf fhe disfance for fhe Hornefs and was never seriously in frouble, wifh his feammafes pounding everyfhing 'Builder hurlers could offer for a commanding lead. E-STATE I 5-WICHITA I2 Againsf Wichifa Universify in fheir second filf of fhe year, however, fhe Hornefs experienced somewhaf more difficulfy. Three runs in fhe fop half of fhe fenfh inning enabled fhe Hornefs fo elce ouf a I5 fo I2 win over fhe Wheaf shoclcers, buf nof before a full affernoon of fireworks, wifh bofh feams ragged in fhe field and powerful af fhe plafe. -W f"-' f ., - BATTING PRACTICE NeiPher lePPy Fred Kipp, Phe HorneP sParPer, nor John Friedersdorf, Phe Shocker Pwirler, could sPop Phe hiPPers: and as a resulP, Phe score became deadlocked aP I2 Po I2 going inPo Phe ninPh inning. Lamb relieved Kip in Phe sevenPh for E-SPaPe and was Phe ulPimaPe winner. The HornePs broke loose for Phree runs in Phe firsP half of Phe PenPh when Ted Harder walked, sPole second and Phird while Dick Kuhns was whif- fing, and scored on Gerald Sadowski's single Po righP. Markham, BanisPer, and Wilde followed wifh singles Po provide Phree runs-Phe winning margin. E-STATE I I-WASHBURN 4 Don Lamb was again Phe winner in Phe Phird game of Phe season, spacing eighP hiPs behind con- Pinuing baPPing sPrengPh Po subdue Washburn Uni- versiPy, I I Po 4. Washburn pushed across Pwo runs in Phe boP- Pom half of Phe PirsP Po lead briefly in Phe conPesP, buP Phe HornePs counPered wiPh single Pallies in Phe second and fourPh Po go ahead, and Phen smashed across Phree in Phe fiffh for a lead Phey never re- Iinquished. Davies, Shogren, Lamb, and Sadowski each picked up a pair of singles Po aid Phe E-SPaPe cause in Phe Phird win of Phe new season. E-STATE 6-OMAHA U. IO A seven-run uprising in Phe PenPh inning proved Po be Phe nemesis Po hopes for an unde- feaPed season in Phe HornePs' firsP home game as Phree piPchers failed Po puP ouP Phe fire and Omaha UniversiPy broke an exPra-inning deadlock, I0 Po 6. Fred Kipp piPched nine innings of Phe lengPhy diamond PilP Po maPch Phe efforPs of Omaha ace bases and walk in a run before Telmo Carbaio was called for relief dufies. Carbaio's reign was briefly specPacular as Phree consecuPive baPPers singled Po drive in runs. His successor, Jim McGee, managed Po halP PheI scoring parade, buP noP before seven Nebraskansl had crossed Phe plaPe in Phe exPra frame. I A rePurn rally drummed up by Phe HornePsI Phreafened in Phe lasP half of Phe PenPh, buP endedi shorP wiPh Phree runs in. RenovaPion of playing and seaPing faciliPiesI aP Soden's Grove will, when complefed, assure Phe HornePs one of Phe finesP baseball planPs in Phe SPaPe, and Emporia sPudenPs and Pownspeople can expecP Po see qualiPy baseball PhroughouP Phis, and PuPure years. LePPermen for lasP year were: BuckePP, Car- baio, Harder, Kuhns, Don Lamb, LiPchPield, Mark- ham, Rose, Sadowski, Shogren, and Squier. A pro- visional lePPer was awarded for LaPas. Don Tucker, Emporia, is varsiPy Prainer for baseball. COACH BOB IVES INSTRUCTS INFIELDERS in A 3 5 Bob OfferiosP, buP Pired in Phe PenPh Po load Phey T H . N, f X X Boffom row: Markham, Hoffman, Shanelec, Brown, Rufh, David Wrughf, Waddell, Elder, Harder, Mayberry, Lewlck. 2nd row: Sherrer, Shepler, Payne, Hobson, Kolfz, Allison, Kuhns, Blyfhe, Bergman, Sewell, Carbalo, Welch. 3rd row: Cowan, Shogren, Dale Wright, Sergeanf, Hayden, Lifchfield, Cusic, Widrig, Summers, Ernrich, Duncan, Jones, O'Doul. Top row: Mosby, Griffon, Sadowski, Rodee, Lamb, Winchesfer, Dahl, Sanger, Sfern, Middlefon, Porter, Panesis, Chrisfian. K-CLUB IN THE years gone by fhe afhlefe who parficipafed in any compefifive sporfs of fhe school was given eifher numerals or a varsify leffer fo show fhaf he had achieved fhe goal of all afhlefes. Time and efforf had been spenf by him fo acquire fhis Ieffer. Compefifive sporfs such as baskefball, baseball, and foofball were considered fhe maior sporfs in fhe field of afhlefics. Track was lafer considered a maior sporf and a leffer was awarded fhe fhin-clad afhlefes who parficipafed. Among fhe minor sporfs were golf and fennis. Provisional leffers were fhen issued fo fhose who failed fo make fhe firsf feam of any sporf buf showed fhaf fhey could gain fheir varsify leffer fhe nexf year fhrough more hard work. Gaining a leffer was nof fhe only aim of fhe afhlefe. He had fo mainfain a good academic sfanding in his school work. Leffers are nof award- ed fo afhlefes who fall below fhe sfandard require- menf in credif hours. Throughouf fhe colleges and universifies in fhe Unifed Sfafes, organizafions were formed com- posed of fhese afhlefes who had acquired fhe covefed Ieffer. Such is fhe case wifh fhe K-Club, an organizafion for fhe benefif of afhlefes who have leffers in any of fhe various compefifive sporfs sponsored by K.S.T.C. The K-Club is one of fhe mosf respecfed organizafions on fhe campus. Alfhough fhe social evenfs of fhis organizafion were few fhis year, fhe dance held af fhe Broad- view Hofel was an oufsfanding evenf sponsored by fhe K-Club. The Freshman-Sophomore wafer fighf was nof parficipafed in by fhe K-Club buf was refereed by fhem. The mighfy freshmen came ouf of fhe hard foughf baffle vicforious, and 'the "dinks" were removed. Wifh David "Corky" Wrighf as presidenf fhis pasf year, fhe organizafion had inferesfing meef- ings. Ofher officers of fhe K-Club include Dwighf Waddell, vice-presidenf, and Roger Rufh, secrefary- freasurer. Wifh fhis group of men in charge, if is no wonder fhaf fhis organizafion is one of fhe mosf respecfed on fhe campus. Good luck fo fhe grad- uafing seniors. -H--"'....Z'-n"' INTRAMURAL BOWLING AT THE EMPORIA BOWL, 7I6 COMMERCIAL STREET. WOMEN'S I THE INTRAMURAL program of KSTC was con- ducfed fhrough anofher successful sporfs season by fhe Women's Recreafional Associafion. Sfarfed in fhe fall of I928 fhe firsf inframural program con- sisfed of fen o'quoifs and indoor baseball. Through fhe years such acfivifies as fencing, fraclc and field ball found fheir places on fhe sporfs agenda. AN INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL GAME TRAMURALS Nine maior sporfs furnished a busy season for fhe sporfs Sparfans of E-Sfafe fhis year. Divided info fhree seasonal groups fhe fall acfivifies con- sisfed of fennis, volleyball and pingpong. Winfer ushered in baclminfon, baslcefball and swimming while The spring slafe confained bowling, archery and soffball. Phofography was added for fhe bene- fif of fhe camera fans. The obiecfives of fhe inframural program are fo conducf acfivifies conducive fo fhe promofion of friendly compefifion and recreafiong fo presenf a diversified program of acfivifies for all girls, and fo offer opporfunify fo improve skills and fo sfim- ulafe beffer play. If sfrives also fo eliminafe fhe do-or-die spirif fypical of infer-school confesfs. Under fhe sponsorship of fhe Women's Recrea- fional Associafion all rules and regulafions concern- ing fhe inframural program are subiecf fo WRA approval. Early lasf fall fhe inframural commiffee compiled fhe preliminary plans for fhe year, in ac- cordance wifh fhe official rules issued by fhe Na- fional Secfion of Women's Afhlefics. The commif- fee was composed of Miss Jeanne Galley, sponsor, Pai' Dorris, sfudenf inframural manager: and fwo WRA board represenfafives. Under fheir leader- ship a well-selecfed and varied program was con- ducfed in fopnofch efficiency. I WOMENS SOFTBALL Climaxing fhe year's efforls was fhe WRA awards dinner, al' which lime 'I'he in+ramural cham- pion feam and runner-up squad were announced. As has been fhe policy in 'lhe pasl, fhe idenfify of The 'lop-ranking organizafions remained a secrel' during fhe spor+s season. Records of parlicipanfs' poinls were lcepf for parficipafion in acfivifies, vic- fories in all games played, and +he firsl' and second placemenfs of each sport Like any olher acfivify The success depends upon The reacfion of The groups concerned. The pep, enfhusiasm, and sporlsmanship displayed by The girls places a mark of "well done" on I950 infra- murals. THE MANAGERS SPORTS managers plan and direcl +he acfivifies in co-operafion wi+h lhe inframural commiHee. Sporls managers were: Managers Acliviry MARY RUPLE . . Tennis EVELYN REES . . . . Volleyball MARILYN EDWARDS . . Badminron CAROLYN NEWMAN . . Pingpong MARGARET KING ..... Baslcelball DELORES BRYANT, BARBARA MCCANDLESS . . . . . . . . . Swimming PAT THOMAS . . Sollball DESSIE HUNTER . . . Archery JOANN MQMILLAN . . Bowling GAIL IRWIN . . . . Phorography Each organizafion selecls an inframural manager who aH'ends WRA board meefings, submifs 'leam eniries and coaches her ieam lhroughouf fhe year. A VOLLEYBALL GAME BE- TWEEN DELTA SIGMA EP- SILON AND ALPHA SIGMA TAU. MEN' CAME FALL, came school, came in'rramuraIs, or af Ieasi' so if seemed Ihis year, for Iouch foofball came up wi'rh a 2I-game schedule Ihe very same day fhaf Ihe +ennis hopefuls of 'rhe various organ- izafions were launched info I'heir I5 marches. In loomed Ihe 'Iouch foofball scene, Ihe Sig Taus up as 'Ihe Ieam Io bear, buf nobody was able Io Iurn Ihe Irick, and Ihey Ied +he pack fo a perfecf season, wi+h six wins. Coming in a close second, wi'I'h a 5-I record, was Phi Sigma Epsilon, while a 3-3 record earned Ihe Kappa Sigs 'Ihird in 'rhe ranking. In fourfh place was Phi Delia Chi, wiI'h a 2 won, 3 Ios'I', and I fied record. A +ie fea- Iuring +he Mu Eps and 'Ihe Independenis, borh having 2-4 records, sfood for fif+h ranking, while 'Ihe boys from AKL broughl up Ihe rear wi+h a record of I Iie and 5 losses. The Phi Sigs won five sfraighi' Iennis duos +o cop 'Iha'I crown, wifh Ihe Phi Delis and Ihe Sig Taus 'lied for second wi+h 3-2 records. A Iie was also recorded for fourih place be'l'ween 'I'he Mu Eps and Ihe Kappa Sigs. VOLLEYBALL occupies enlire fhird floor gym as six 'reams see aclion. S INTRAMURALS Firsl' semesfer inframurals closed wi+h +he com- pIe+ion of bowling, which found Ihe Phi Sigs again on 'I'op, for Iheir second championship of 'I'he season in 'rhe kegler's sport The Phi Sig's winning record was 23 wins and 7 losses, and oiher Finishers in Ihe BOXING we ma-wssoww order of fheir placemenf were Sigma Tau Gamma, Mu Epsilon Nu and Kappa Sigma Epsilon lfiel, Phi Delfa Chi, and Alpha Kappa Lambda. The Phi Sigs sfrengfhened fheir hold on fhe overall inframural frophy by 20 poinfs as fhey won baslcefball, in a single round-robin, wifh a perfecl' season of seven wins and no losses. Sigma Tau Gamma pulled in second wifh 'lhe Kappa Sigs fhird fo round ouf +he firsl' division. The Phi Delfs, ln- vaders, Mu Eps, lnclependenfs, and AKL followed fhe leaders in fhal' order. lnframural swimming enfered fhe spoflighf soon affer fhe firsl' of April, and found only four feams ready +o go. The Phi Dell' fankers cuf fhe wafer 'lo firsl' place in fhe relays and individual evenfs, buf as The Sunflower wenl' 'lo press, diving was yel' fo be heard from. Al' press fime if seemed unlikely 'lhal' fhe Phi Delf lead could be overfaken by poinfs scored in fhe diving. The poinfs for fhe various organizafions were: Phi Delfs, lO5g Kappa Sigs, 76: Phi Sigs, 35: and Sigma Taus, I9. Anofher win for fhe Phi Sigs was fhe nef re- sull' of 'lhe volleyball inframurals, as fhe boys from 922 Mechanic cleaned up all opposifion 'lo finish in fhe money wifh a perfecl' 5-0 record. The Phi Delfs finished second and fhey were followed by fhe Kappa Sigs, Sig Taus, Mu Eps, and AKL in fhaf order. As The Sunflower wenf fo press, fhe Phi Sigs - .,,...1.11a-...-, l lnlramural Direclor Paul Kufninlc awards BASKETBALL TRO- Pl-lY lo Asher Coleman. had an 85 poinf lead over fhe second place Sig Taus in fhe over-all inframural sfanclingsg fhe Phi Delfs and fhe Kappa Sigs were fied for second: and fhe Mu Eps, AKL's, and lndependenfs were bringing up 'lhe rear in fhal' order. Of 'I'he fwo ofher sporfs fo be run off, golf had already been sfarfed, and soffball was in fhe planning sfage, al' press fime-if had been a good year, if a frifle shorf, as good fhings are. SIGMA TAU'S dernonslrale championship form in louch foolball. I I I Bofiom row: Dorris, Thompson, Wachnolz, WeIIs, Lyn e Mifchell, Hoskin, Pennell, Schwab, Voran, Groh. To Barley, AIIarn, Hanson, Koch, Winzeler, G-roh, LrIa Owen, LeIa Owen. P I S I G M A .4 0 mi . K , 'lv nf W 4, O 1... . s -- - . J" 'V , I ' an Q , E . Q ,ww,, , I . ' +V I Tl..,.,.., ,,, ' , k - .vm - 35: '37 G 5 , Q 44+ Ftgif cl, 1 V , , v. ' ---N.. Q 1 SIGMA PI Sigma, campus pep club, complefed an- ofher year backing lhe afhlefic evenis of Emporia Sfaie. Filly-five sirong I'his year, Sigma Pi was headed by compelenl' officers. They were June Wachholz, presidenh Mary Jean Robbins, vice- presidenh Vivian Hanson, secrefary-Ireasurerg and Joan Kingsley, publici'I'y chairman. Organized in I926, 'I'he pep club has a Iwo-fold purpose, one, fo back Ihe Emporia Siale 'foofball and baskeiball squads Ihrough ihe seasonal evenI's and, second, +o acl as a service organiza+ion on 'Ihe campus. Homecoming was Ihe busiesl weekend for I'he "peps'I'ers". The girls served as ushers al' 'Ihe "Curli-Q" performances Thursday and Friday eve- nings. Saiurday morning Ihey marched in I'he pre- game parade. During I'he haIf'I'ime period of Ihe foolball game Sigma Pi Sigma members ioined Ihe college band in presenling an appropriaie march- ing display. The sponsors of Ihe club, Miss Jeanne Galley and Miss Calherine Mendum, worked wi+h Charles I-Ienclricks, band direcior, in planning and direc'I'ing I'he ceremonies. Also, several girls were given The honor of serving refreshmenfs I'o Presi- denl' David L. MacFarlane and his guesI's al' 'rhe half-way mark of 'rhe Emporia S+aI'e-PiH'sburg march. Nicknamed 'rhe "pepper shakers" ihey cheered 'lhe gridiron squad fhrough a colorful season wifh many fhrilling specfacles of play chalked up for fhe year. When baske'l'ball season bounced in, The club 'look i+s seciion in +he Civic Audiforium +o back ihe Fishmen. As in +he pasf, new members of +he club were selecfed a+ +ryou+s held each semesier. Judged by members of fhe physical educafion depar+men+ fhey were chosen for personal appearance, knowledge of school songs and yells, marching abili+y, and general pep and enfhusiasm. Honorary members of Sigma Pi Sigma were 'lhe eighl' cheerleaders. Chosen by +he Sfudenl' Coun- cil lasi' fall, fhey direcied 'lhe pep seciion fhrough all fhe games. Doris Wells, acfing as head cheer- leader, and Jo Riegle were back in iheir posi+ions for fhe second consecufive year. Newcomers were: Jo Ann Grimes, CharloH'e Haize, Marianne Hoch, Elizabeih Price, Rifa Thompson and Thomas Lynde. Afier fhe Emporia S+a+e five played +he lasl' baskeiball HH of fhe season 'lhe pepsfers laid away 'lheir uniforms and insignia for anofher year. When Sepfember I950 rolls around and +he pigskin afh- le+es fake 'lo 'lhe Field, ihe Sigma Pi girls will be ihere +o supporl' ihem fhrough anoiher successful sporfs year. OFFICERS June Wachholz . . Presideni Mary Jean Robbins . . Vice-Presidenl Vivian Hanson . . Secreiary-Treasurer Joan Kingsley . . Publiciiy Chairman BoHom row: Hoch, Bender, Hill, Buck, Waln, Burch, Haize, Grimes. 2nd row: King, Travis, Wood, Kingsley, Robbins, McNelly. Top row: Knacksfedf, Beckeff, Newcomer, Brrlx Deilrich, Harris, Hearn, B wener, Brose. IE- CLASSIFIED IN Adminisiraiion . Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Phi Omega . Alpha Sigma Alpha Alpha Sigma Tau . Alpha Theia Rho . Afhleiic Board Band . Baseball . Baskeiball . . Bela Bela Bela Bulleiin . . Commerce Club . Counis . . Delia Sigma Epsilon Elemenlary Club . Emporia Siaie Players Ensemble Singers Epsilon Pi Tau . F.T.A. . Eaculiy . . Eaculiy Ensemble . French Club . Freshmen . Eooiball . Golf . Graduaies . . Heads oi Deparimenls Home Ec Club . Homecoming . . Inier-Eaiih Council Inier-Eraierniiy Council Inier-Varsiiy Chrisiian Inlramurals . Juniors K-Club . . Kappa Delia Pi Kappa Mu Epsilon Kappa Mu Lambda Kappa Sigma Epsilon Lambda Delia Lambda Ivlaih Club . . Men's Ouariei' . Morse I-Iall . Mu Epsilon Nu Newman Club . Omega . . Orchesira P. E. Club . . . Pan-I-Iellenic Council Phi Delia Chi . . Phi Mu Alpha . Phi Sigma Epsilon . Pi Gamma Mu Pi Kappa Delia . Pi Kappa Sigma . Pi Omega Pi . Plays . . Radio Club . Rhyihmic Circle . Science Club . Seniors . . . Sigma Alpha IoI'a . Sigma Pi Sigma . Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Tau Gamma Social Science Club Sophomores . . Spanish Club . Sphinx . . Splash Club . . Siudeni Council . Treble Clei . W.R.A .... Wesley Eoundaiion Who's Who . . Winneiaska . Xi Phi . Y.Iv1.C.A. . Y.W.C.A. . PERSO A 179 188 179 135 172 170 194 ....21 ....29 ....29 Ackerman, Willene Charlotte ...... 61, 123, Acosta, Daniel F .......A.... ......,...,.....,,,.,,,., Adair, John H .......,,.,,,,,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 61, Adam, Carole June ......,..,....,.....,. 61, 101, Adams, Claron Eugene ,..,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 1, Agrelius, F. U. G ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, .,.,,,,,,- 2 1 Aiken, J. R ............,......,,. ,,,, Akins, Keith Edward ....... .... Akins, Reeta O'Haro ,.,,.,,,,1.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Albers, Mildred Rosetta 52, 162, 183, 187, Alexander, Carol ...,,.,,..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 70, Allam, Joyce Maxine .......... 70,120 188 Allbee, Robert Elwood .........,.... Allen, Eloise LaRue ......... Allen, Fred Douglas ......... 1 1 198 117 240 ....52 ....61 Allison, Don Eugene .........,......,, 219 Alterman, Rolland ......,,,,... Amend, John David. ........ 231 1 187 170 235 ....21 ..52 Ames, Archie Lee .......... 52 .......52 135 Ames, John Franklin ......... ....,,..,....,...,,,,,., 2 9 Ames, John Louis .........,.....,.,,,,,,,,,.,,.,4.,,,,,,, 52 Anderson, Doris Nadine ...... 61 105 171 176 Anderson, Ellsworth George ,.........,,.,.,,,,,,, 223 Anderson Eunice Faye ........... ....,.,.,,, 6 1 Anderson Leonard ,,,,,.,,..,.., ,,,,,,4 2 9 170 Anderson, Mary Jane .......... .,,,,,, 6 1 117 Anderson, Ned Wayne ........ ...,.,.,, 2 9,147 Anderson, Robert Charles ..........,.....,......,..,, 52 Anderson Robert Deane .............. 29 143 195 Andreatta, Louis ..,..,....,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 70 174 179 Andress, Charles Isaac ................ 70 147 165 Andrews, Arlene Ann ....... ........ 6 1 123 183 Andrews, Lila ..............., ...,,,..,,..,,,, 7 0,188 Andrews, Theodore .,.,..,,.,, .,,,,,,. 2 1 165, 194 Angell, Loretta Janice ...........,..,. 52, 109, 169 Applegate, Harry A ....,,.,.......,.,,.,,...,.,, 80, 170 Archer, Melville Jr. 28, 29, 135, 161, 167,168 Arnett, Claude E ...,..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,, 20, 206 Ashbaugh, N. R ....... ....., 2 1 163 Askew, Vida ........,,,.... ,,,,,,..,-, 2 1 Askren, Virginia Lee ....,..............,..,,.,,.,..,,,,, 70 Athon, Merrill D. 29, 154, 155, 165, 166, 182, 194 Austenfeld, Harold Anthony ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 29, 135 Austin, Fred J .,.......,.....,,.,,,.,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 52 Austin, Raymond Deane ...,.. ,....,,- 6 1 B Baber, C. P ....,,,,.. ,,,,,,,, 2 0 Baber, Eric .....,,,..,,., ,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 1 Bachtel, Donald E ...... .,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 2 9 Baehr, Herman B .....,......... 21, 167, 170, 180 Bailey, Martha Joan ............ 29, 109, 172, 240 Bailey, Virginia Joan..7O, 109, 172, 176, 188 Baker, Betty ....,....,.........,.,,,.,,..,,.,,,,,,,, 70, 169 Baker, Della Mae ....... ............,. 7 0 Baker, Elsie Marie .....,.. ...... 2 9, 166 Baker, Weldon N ......,..,....... .. ..,..,..,,, 21 Baker, William Thomas ....... ,,,..,.,. 2 9,127 Ballentine, Dene Merlene ...........,..,,..,. 52, 101 Ballentine, Donna Mae ................ 52,101,179 Ballentine, Loren L ....... ......... 2 9, 167 Baltz, Richard B ..,..........,................, 131,169 Banister, Robert D. 70, 127, 153, 219, 233, 234 Banks, Loy 0 ..............................,..,..... 21,154 Barasloski, Edward ............................,......... 70 NAL INDEX Barnhart, E. L ........... ,,...., ....,.,-..,,, 2 0 163 Barker, Roy Francis .................... 30, 131 179 Barnaby, Willard Darrell .,.......,.......,........., 30 Barncord, Norma Jean ........................ 52 105 Barnes, William Houston .......................,..,. 30 Barr, Mary Frances ............ 70 105,188 200 Bartlett, Elmer Ray ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,..,..,1,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 30 Basel, Dana L ............ ,,...... 3 0, 178, 182 Bates, Delores .............. ............. 3 0 200 Baxter, Barbara Jane ....... ......,.,. 7 0 187 Baxter, Duryee .............. ....,.. 3 0 143 Beal, Robert Dale .......... ,,,......,,..1, 3 O Beam, Philip Henry ......... ...,... 7 0 135 Beamgard, Gloria .......... ,.,,... 7 0 109 Beaston, Jack Vernon ....... ....... 3 0 139 Beattie, Gertrude S ....... ...,,,,,,.,. 8 0 Beattie, Robert B ............................... 30 164 Beattie, Vernon Eugene 30, 135, 167 170 202 Beauchamp, Viola Elizabeth ................ 52 123 Beck, Joe Eldon ...........,.......,.............. 70 127 Becker, Edward Brooks .......,.......,,....,.. 70, 131 Beckett, Doris Radene ........ 70 123,187,241 Beckett, Mollie .......... 70,182 188,198,201 Belden, Barbara .................. 61 123 174,188 Bell, James E ..................... 30 131 195 202 Bender, Arvin Arthur ................ 30 147,169 Bender, Caryle ............ 70, 117, 165 187, 241 Berends, Margery 30, 123, 159, 166 178, 179 180 Bergerhouse, Glen Edward .................. 61, 131 Bergman, Robert Leon ................ 30 213,235 Bernitz, Wanda .................. ............. 7 0 187 Besharat, Jalal .............. .................. 5 2 Beyer, Beulah Lucille .......................... 61 160 Biewener, Ruby Marie 31 105 148,157 241 Bigge, Jeanette .......,.........................,........ 21 Bishop, Doris Elaine..61,123 183 188,198 Bitler, Dale Leon ................................ 52 131 Bland, Ramona ...................... .......... 7 0 187 Blevins, Kenneth M ......... .... .......... 3 1 170 Blomberg, Merlyn G ....... .... . .61,127 169 Blood, Beth .......................................... 70 105 Blount, Joel Alan ........,........... .......... 3 1 135 Bloxom, Josephine ...... 31 109 157,182 201 Blythe, Donald N. 31, 139, 159, 163, 228, 235 Blythe, Phyllis Todd ....., ....., .......... 3 1 159 Bock, Alice Ann ...................,.. ........., 6 1 109 Bocook, Caroline Mae ........ .......... 7 0, 123 Boertman, C. S ................ ........................ 2 1 Boese, Norma Irene ...,..... ........ 5 2, 123, 169 Boese, Paul Lewis .............. ............. 3 1 135 Bohnenblust, Leota Mae ........ .......... 5 2,198 Borman, Ina .......................,............., 178, 194 Bortz, Betty Lou ............. ........ 7 0, 113 171 Bortz, Nila Jeanne ...........,.......... 61, 113 171 Bouck, Christopher West ..................., 61, 147 Boulanger, Edward Eugene ...... .........., 3 1 Bouse, Dale ........................... ....... . .61 Bowen, Conrad Lee ......... ....... 3 1 139 Bower, Ruth Marilyn .....,. ........... 7 0 Boyd, Jacqueline L ....... ......... 1 54 Boyer, Mildred Ann ......... ...... 5 2, 187 Boyles, Eloise Mae ...,........ ...... 5 2,188 Bradford, Charlene ................. ......, 5 2 120 Bradshaw, Donald Eugene ........ ....... 1 70 Brandt, Jeannette ................ ...... 1 69 Brandt, Percy ................... ...,,... 7 0 Branson, Joseph A ..................................... 70 Brauneck, Eldred Louise .........,.......... 52,187 Breckenridge, Shirley ......,... 61, 174, 182 187 Brennan, Patrick F ............................. 61 139 5 243 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Breukelman, John ...... ........ 2 0 165 Brickell, Mildred E .........,,..,,..,,,,,,,,...,,...., Briggs, Irene Joan .........,,.,. 71, 123, 200 Briix, Virginia E ...1,.,..,,..,,,, 71, 101,200 Briles, Roberta A ........,....,. 61, 109, 170 Brinkman, James Warren 28, 31, 143 159 Broaden, Corine Alice .......................,.... Brockelman, Joan ...,.,....... ,,,,,,, 7 1 Brockhouse, John P ...... ,........, 7 1 Brollier, LaVerne E .......... ...,..... .,...... Brooks, Clarence Paul ,.........,,,,., 52, 182 Brooks, Merle ....................,.......,....,..., 21 Brooks, William ...................,.. ........,.. 6 1 Brose, Roberta ............ 52, 109, 169 216 Brown, Bernice ............ 61,117, 165 171 Brown, Bill Vernon .......................... ..52 Brown, Edwin Jr ...............,..... .,........ 7 1 Brown, Letha Louise ............., .,........ 3 1 Brown, Marvin Ellis ............ 31 139 226 Brown, Rex D .............. ............... ...... Brown, Robert E .............. ..,.. Bruington, Donna Lee ....... Bryan, Charles Emery .............. Bryant, Delores .................... Buchanan, James H ...... Buck, Mary Joelma ........ Buck, Vernon Howard ........ Buckley, Dorothy .,..........,,., Buckner, Harold W ...... Budd, Nathan ................... 31 31 Bumgardner, Thomas C ....... Burch, Robert William ........ Burch, Martha Mae .........,., Burden, Uel D. 31, 143, 157, 1 Burgert, Bill E. ..................... . Burghart, Vyrl Dean .......,.,.. Burkett, Lois Eileen ......... Burkett, Ralph H. ...... . Burns, Louis Francis ....... Burns, Robert Lloyd ......... Burns, Victor Arthur ....... Burt, Ezra G ................. Burton, Alvin Curtis ......... 71 58 ,159 162 IEE 123 147 101 171 1 172 178 E65 H8 174 169 198 ..52 ..53 ..32 ..32 143 ..62 ..32 1 1 1 Busse, Eugene .......... ..71 Butcher, Walt ..1............ ...,.. Butterfield, Duane E ........ ...................... Butterfield, Harold L .........,............... 32 Buttron, Clarice Irene ........ 53,113 200 Buzzard, G. A ........................................ C Calkins, E. J .............. ........ 2 1, 162 Calvert, Carl ........................................ 32 Campbell, Betty Ann 71,123,175,179 1 188 Campbell, Charles Raymond ................ 32 Campbell, Dona Jeanne ...................... 62 Campbell Gale ............................ 71 123 Campbell Ivan L. ...... 53, 165,179 184 Campbell Russell N. ..................1.......... . Cannon, Kenneth E ........,............ 53,135 Carbajo, Telmo J ................. 53, 135, 233 Carlson, Richard Lee ...................... ..53 Carlson, Annie Marie ......... Carmichael, Lois Joleen ..........,. Carnine, Howard Lloyd .............. Carr, Gerald Walter ....,.... Carr, John H ............,.,. Carr, Morris Edward ....... Carter, Jack Lee ..,,........ E5 IES ..53 155 ESE 135 1 1 1 1 1 194 ..61 201 241 177 160 183 109 135 ..71 194 194 131 241 183 135 127 113 235 ..31 ..71 ..52 166 188 ..21 241 ..52 201 ..31 159 ..31 194 241 ,202 165 143 105 143 ..80 198 147 135 ..32 143 152 ..62 139 201 ..21 194 139 198 135 117 188 194 179 170 235 127 188 187 ..53 170 194 170 ..32 al., Cartmill, Robert S ........ .......... . .62 230 Caruthers, Donald ........................ 32 131 165 Case, Alex... ................................ 32 139, 170 Case, Janice ..,,,........... 53 117,159 177 178 Case, Rosse B. . ............... ...... ....... . . 32 139 Casement, Charles ............ .......................... 3 2 Caywood, Keith .................................... 21 207 Chance, Joan Hall ...... 32, 101, 155, 165, 194 Chang, Nellie Y. H ............................. 53, 188 Cheever, Forrest C ........ . .......... 71 Childears, Maurice A ....... ............. 6 2 Christian, William M ....... ...... 2 26 235 Clark, Keith .................... .................. 7 1 135 Clark, Paul Robert ................................v... 233 Clayton, Kenneth ..,..... 32 143 165 173 194 Cleary, Patricia .............. .......... 7 1 109 169 Clifford, John W ................. 62 147 154 174 Cochennet, William L. ........................ 32 135 Cochran, James Howard.. .... ................ 3 2 Coe, William Wesley .................................. 190 Coleman, Charles Asher 53, 139, 149, 163, 239 Coleman, Helen ........ .................................... 2 1 Coleman, Robert E ........... ...... 7 1, 147 169 Collins, Beth ...................... .......... 7 1 101 Coman, Morris Seymour ...................... 62, 143 Comp, Myra Joan ..... .......,.. ...... 7 1 , 187, 194 Compton, Billy Perry ...... ................... 3 2 Comstock, George A ............... ........ 1 9, 194 Conklin, Charles Wright ........ ........ 3 2, 169 Conover, Murlyn Dean ....... ................ 6 2 Cook, Betty Jean ......... .................... 1 90 Cook, Halsey ................. ......... 8 0, 166, 194 Cook, Lawrence E ..... ............ 62, 143,169 Cook, Marilyn ......... .,..... 7 1, 105, 173, 188 Cooper, Walter ....... ............ 3 3, 131, 149 Corey, William D ,.... .. ......................... 33 Corkill, Robert O ............. ......v......... 3 3 Cornett, Robert Ralph ...... ......... 2 33, 234 Cornue, Carol Louise ...... ...... 7 1, 123,188 Corrigan, Margaret ..... ................. 2 2, 171 Cowan, Denis ............ .................... 2 2, 198 Cowan, Ronald M ............... 62, 135, 222, 235 Cox, Inez ................. ...........v............. 2 2 Cox, Patsy ............. ....., 5 3, 105 148 Cram, S. Winston ............ ...... 2 0, 165, 206 Cranwell, Covert C .........,....... ................ 6 2 Crawford, Eugene David ........ ........ 3 3 164 Crawford, Forrest Keith ........ .... . .33 170 Cremer, R. G ...................... ................ 1 8 Cripps, Jacqueline Jean ........ ........ 6 2, 101 Cripps, Richard Lee ............................ 71 170 Criqui, Marvin W ......................... 62 139 169 Cnqut Orvd ........ 33,139,15e,159 163 227 Crist, LeRoy .................................... ..62 127 Cropp, David Fred ................................ 71 127 Crouch, Walter T, ................ 33, 139 157, 227 Crowe, Patricia Ann .... 71, 109,166 176 187 Crowell, Robert Allen ...................... ..53 169 Crumb, Glenn Howard ...........,............ 53 127 Cruz, Edna Marie ........................ 62 170 187 Cundith, John W ................. 53, 135 167 170 Curtis, Nancy Flo .........................,.. .......... 6 2 Cusic, Bernie Eugene 33,131,153 218, 220, 235 Cusic, Charles E. ................ 62 131 233,234 I D Dahl, LeRoy Francis ........... ........ 5 3 235 Dahl, Margaret Prisock ........ ............. 3 3 Dahlbeck, Carl .......................................... 159 Dahlberg, Norma Lea .......................... 71 101 Dalquest, Anita Mae ........., 71,175 183 188 Daniels, Maxine L ........ ......... 5 3,123 173 Daughtry, Alex .......... ...... 1 9, 157 206 Davies, Ann ............. ................... 2 2 Davies, Walter L ....... ...... 2 19 233 Davis, Doris ........... ........ 7 1 188 Davis, V. A. ....... . ..22 Davis, Virginia Grace ........ ....... 3 3 162 182 Day, Dixie Lee ....... . ........ ....... 7 1 101,187 Day, Vernon Eugene ....... .......... 3 3, 135 Dean, Kenneth Allen ....... ......... 3 3, 143 DeGraffenreid, Paul ....... ......... 3 3, 131 Deitrich, Darleen ................................ 71,241 Dempsey, James Joseph .............. 62 135, 165 Denning, Dennis F ....... L ...... ....... 5 3 135,190 dePasquale, Eugene .................................. 154 Deschner, Adelyn 33, 113, 152, 162, 171, 177 Dickerson, Charles L ....................... ..53, 135 Dick, William James ........ ..... .... 7 2 , 143 Diller, Wilma ...................................... 72, 123 Dixon, William Osborne .................. ..53, 147 Doile, Velma ...... ................. 3 3, 117 167, 170 Doll, Lois, Elizabeth .................... 53, 162, 187 Domann, Donald E ............................... 34,163 Dorris, Frances Patricia ...... 34, 120 172, 240 Dorris, Mary Katherine .............................. 62 Dorsey, Wilbur C ................ ...... 3 4, 167, 169 Douglass, Helen Marie ....... ........ . ..22, 178 D'Ovidio, Anthony A ........................... 72, 184 Dowell, Virgil E. ........................ 53, 165, 194 Drake, Winifred .......... 53, 117, 157 160, 173 Dreese, Jereleen Mildred .................... 62, 101 Dubin, David ................ 34, 147, 166 180, 184 Duckwall, Rida ............................... .......... 2 2 Dudgeon, B. Eugene .................... 62, 198, 202 Dudley, William Howard ........ ................. 2 28 Duncan, Chester L .............. ...... 2 27, 235 Duncan, Mary Beth .... ....... ........ 6 2 , 105 Dunn, Edmund Henry ......... ........ 3 4, 131 Dunn, Jay Vincent .......... ........ 3 4, 182 Dupy, Mary June ............ ................. 6 2, 105 Durham, Roy ........................................ 22, 152 Duryea, Barbara Ruth ........ 72, 123 162, 188 E Eastwood, Marian Louise ......... . ............... 72 Eccles, Raymond Dale .......... ........... 6 2,147 Edwards, Marilyn ......... ...... 5 3, 117, 172 Egner, William J. ...... ........... 5 3, 165 Eguiluz, Haydee ........ ..... ........ 1 7 9 Elcock, Harriet ......... ....................... 2 2 Elder, Donald R ........................... 62 139, 235 Elder, Leota Irene 62, 123, 180, 183, 200, 201 Elder, Walter ...................................... 22, 167 Ellis, Clifford ...................................... 34, 167 Emrich, Robert ............ 53, 139, 152 231, 235 Embry, Robert J ......................................... 34 Engle, Loren Merle .............................. 34, 131 English, Darrell 'D ........ ......... 6 2, 175, 82 Engnsh, Lune. ........... ....... 62,109,177 Eppink, Norman ....... .................... 2 0 Ericson, Alfred ............... ....... 3 4, 164, 165 Ericson, Helen Hawley ...... ....... 5 4,165 171 Errett, Kenneth W. ....... .................... 3 4 Esslinger, William E ...... Eubank, Otto Leroy ....... Eudaley, John William ...... ..... Evans, Gerald F, .......... . ....34 ....34 EEZ Evans, Nedra Lavonne ........ ....... 6 3 Everton, Jack Eugene ........ . F Fair, Jacqueline ............. Fankhauser, Barbara ..... 123 1 147 210 183 ....72 .......72 Farmer, Don Lee .............. ........ Farmer, Mary Elizabeth .................. Farris, Evelyn Marie ........ ....... 3 5 Fauley, Lavon ................. Fay, Richard E ........ Fearl, Frances ...... Fetrow, Rose ..... 244 .......54 .......54 .135 wq1w nn63,127 H163 169 ,176 187 113 2oo 12100175 109 123 169 Field, John William ....... ......72 131 Fine, Ralph .................. ,,,........ 6 3 Fish, Everett ............. ,.,.,, 2 2 207 Fisher, John H ........ ..,,,,...,, 3 5 Flair, Merrel Dean ...... ,,...,... 1 98 Flanders, Albert L ....... ..,... 3 5 194 Flores, Froilan ......... .................. 5 4 179 Folck, Delores Rae ...... .....................,...,,,, 7 2 Folck, Vada Lorene ............ 63, 123, 162, 138 Forrester, John H ......................,........ 72, 219 Forsberg, Ruby Darlene ..........,,.....,,.,. 63, 187 Foster, James Dee ......... ..,....,....,..., 3 5 Foster, Jeanne ......... ............ 3 5 117 Fowler, Coleen ......... ....... 5 4 123, 187 Fowler, Mary Jane ...... ..... . ,35, 123 Fox, Irene ................. ..,.,,,,,. 2 2 Fox, Lillie B, ........... .............. ..,.,.,,., 7 2 Fox, Mildred June ..............................,....... 72 Foy, Sue ................... ........ 3 5, 120 148, 178 Franz, Ida M ......... ......,..,.,.........,,.,.... 2 2 Franzone, Ernest ............................ ..63, 131 Frazer, William Roger ...... 166, 180, 184, 202 Frederickson, Ronald ...................... ..72, 182 Frederiksen, Daniel ....... ......... 3 5, 143 Freeman, Beverly Jane ................,... .......... 6 3 Freeman, Bill Lee ........................................ 72 Freeman, Rosalea Vianna .... 54, 159, 177, 179 French, Don L ................................. .......... 6 3 French, Jo Ann ....... ....... 7 2, 120, 198 Freund, Jack L ........... ............ 6 3, 170 Friend, JaNeane ............. ..... , .72, 187 Frisch, Gerald Robert .... ..... 7 Froelich, Robert P ............. ........ 1 95 Fromm, Eugene Howard ....... .............. 6 3 Fry, Martha Josephine ...... ......... 5 4, 169 Furman, Richard ........... ......... 7 2, 219 G Gaines, Lee Howard ....... ....................... 3 5 Galley, Jeanne ............................ 22 172,240 Galutia, Lois .................................... .......... 7 2 Gardner, Lee ...... 54, 123, 154, 155 162, 177 Garver, Rosester .......................................... 35 Garvie, Lois R ..................... 35, 101, 148, 172 Gassert, Loretta .......................... 72, 162, 182 Gastl, LeRoy Frederick ....... .................... 3 5 Gaughan, Edward D ........... ............ 6 3,135 Gaulding, Charles L ........... ....... 3 5, 147, 194 Gay, Iyla Lorene .......................... 54, 120, 174 Gearhart, Leland Stanford ........................ 233 Geisler, Richard M. .......... ........ 1 69 George, Bill Lewis ........... .. .......... 72 George, Jacquelyne ...... ......... 3 5, 176 George, Robert W ....... ............... 3 5, 167 Gibson, C. Maxine ...... ...... 7 2, 101, 169 Giesick, Eileen ......... . .................. 198 Giger, Lois Marie ................................ 72, 187 Gladfelter, C. F ................................... 22, 206 Gleichman, Kathleen .... 35, 123, 167 169, 177 Goad, Dolores .............. 35, 109, 148 176,178 Godfrey, John William ......................'.. 36, 147 Goebel, Anne ................ ..... .......... 2 2 Goering, Vern V. ........... ......... 3 6, 147 Golden, Mildred W ........... .............. 6 3 Good, Barbara Ellen ................ ........ 7 2 Goodspeed, Marye Jeanne ...... ..... .......... 3 6 Gordon, Leonard ................... .................... 6 3 Gordon, Mary Lou ............ ....... 6 3 162,188 Gordon, Patricia Jean ...... ....... 7 2 113,188 Gordon, Shirley Sue .................... 72 162, 183 Gorman, John R. 36,135, 149,157, 158, 165, 181, 194 Gorsuch, Billy Bob .................................... 230 Gould, Alan Bruce .............. 36,139 154,190 Grabhorn, Fred W ....... ................. . .63,169 Graner, Melvin ......... .......... 7 2 147,198 Grant, Keith C .......... ..... .......... 3 6 Grass, Nola Jean ..... .. ..63, 101 Graves, Charles ...... ........ 1 94 F Graves, Judy ........ ...., Gray, W. H. ................,..,,. . Green, Bernard Joseph ....... Green, David Lee ......... Green, Lovilla June ........ fff1fIf7E ..72 ..73 179 ..54 1.63 1.36 183 Green, Perdita .......... ........,,.. Greenlee, Robert H. ........ ............. . Greenlee, Roy L ......,,.,........,,,,,,,..,,,,., Greenwood, Lois Janette ...... 63, 123 Greeson, Alvin 0. ............. ........... . 1 1 Greischer, Lafayette ........ ........ 3 6 143 Griffin, Iva Elaine ...,.,,., ....,,......,, 7 3 Griggs, Richard W ........ .....,....,,.,... 5 4 Grimes, Jo Ann ,.......... ......... 7 3 101 Grimes, Don .......,...,..... ,..........,, 6 3 Gritton, Earl Victor .........,....,..,,..... 210 Groendycke, Pattie ,.........................,... 63 Groendycke, Peggy ....,... 54, 63, 123, 162 Groh, Barbara ....................., 63, 109, 170 Groh, Helen ................................ 73 101 Grundmeier, Mary Ann .................... 163 Gum, Barbara Jean ......,,. ..,.... 7 3 Gunderson, Jean .,.......... .,.... Gunkle, Earl R ............ .....,, 3 6 Guth, Clement B ........ ........... Guy, Jean Alice .........,., ...,,,, 3 6 Guy, Maurice Edward ....... ,...,.. 7 3 H Haag, Ralph J ..,,,,,.,... ,,,.,,,,,,, Haffner, Mary Ann ...,,.......,,......,,.,., 173 Hager, Barbara Jean ...................,.. ..54 Haggard, Robert ....,....,........ 54, 135, 190 Haize, Charlotte ............... ......,...,,..,.. 7 3 Haize, Frances Carol .,..,.. ...,.,., 5 4 109 Hall, Clayton 0 ............. Hall, John Harrison ......... Hamilton, Dent G ......... Hamm, Doris Marie ......... Hammer, Marjorie ........... ........54 ISI 1 1 1 1 1 117 H22 231 135 188 170 135 135 187 H36 231 169 143 241 139 ,235 188 188 240 240 160 188 ..22 143 136 113 153 ..54 101 113 202 241 168 ..54 233 219 187 179 182 ..23 147 f 240 176 235 170 194 ,241 ..73 172 157 170 143 ..54 123 ....23 Hansen, Edith Arlene ....... ........ 6 3 123 Hansen, Irene ................ ,,,,.,... ....., Hanson, Elmer L ..,..... ...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3 Hanson, Vivian ........ ........ 6 3 123 Harbaugh, Joanne .,,,... .......,.,, 5 4, 105 Harder, Ted J ............ ...... 6 3, 139, 233 Harnden, Willard ....... ...... 5 4,131 167 Harrington, John R ...,.., .,.,.,........,.... 3 6 Harris, Gloria Marie ............ 73,101 198 Harrison, Beverly Lee ......,,,..,,........, ...,,, Harrison, Margaret Ann ............,. 36, 101 Harrison, Ronald J .................,.,. 36, 139 Harrison, Wayne J. ...,..,,,,,, 36, 139 167 Hart, William S .........,,,...,.......,....,..,,,, 73 Hartsook, Norton Lloyd ......... Harz, Elaine ........,,....,.,.,..... ,,,,,,, 7 3 Haskell, C. O ..............,....,.,....,........,,.,,.., Hassler, Martha 36,117,157,159,177 Hawkins, Robert E .,........,., 36, 147, 161 Hayden, Chester .................. 54,226 228 Hayden, Lora Onabelle ....................,... 54 Hayden, Marilyn .............,. .,...,....,,.,.. 6 4 Hearn, Doris ,.............. ...........,.. 6 4 101 Hefner, Mary .............,...,,... 37,117 155 Heidebrecht, Dorothy .....,.......,.,,. 37 117 Heiland, Donald H .,,..,......,,,...,,,...,.,,...,,,, Helmley, Bessie ...............,.. 64, 123, 171 Henderson, Donald P ....................,,..,, 173 Hendricks, Charles .........,.,,, ,,..,,..,, 2 3 Hendricks, Irene .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Hendrickson, Norma Jean .......... 73, 123 Hennessy, Frances ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Henry, Everett .................... 37, 154, 164 Henry, Phyllis Ann ........... Hertlein, Bonnie Lee ....... Hett, Helen ....,..,.........,,, Heyka, Lorene .... 1. ........64 1 123 137 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 178 190 235 171 105 ,241 170 201 ..54 183 143 196 ..23 169 170 198 187 187 105 187 Hicks, Freda ........ .,...... 7 3 188 Hiebert, Clyde .......... .............. 5 4 139 Hmtg v.C ................,... ...... 23 167 168 Higgins, Boyd Victor ...... ........... 5 4 139 Higgins, Virginia Sue ...... ..... .......... 5 4 , 117 Highwood, Dolly May .................. 37 123, 198 Hilderman, Roy George .....,.. 54 143 198,202 Hill, Charles ....,.,.....,........,.. 37, 143, 190, 195 HHL Gloda .......... 64,1o5,162,188,2o1,241 Hill, Nluriel .................................. 55 123 177 Hinerman, Helen ........... ...... 6 4 170 188 Hinshaw, Robert A ....,. ..... ,....,..... 3 7 , 169 Hirschorn, Rosamond ........................ 179, 200 Hiskey, Richard .................. 55, 135, 165,230 Hobson, James H ............... 37, 139 226, 235 Hoch, Marianne ........... ...... 6 9,73 117 241 Hockett, Velda Lee ....... ................. 7 3, 188 Hodgson, Ada ...................................... 23 163 Hodge, Robert Allen ................ 162 165 194 Hoffman, Donald G ..... 80, 139 163 210 235 Hoffman, Joyce .,................ 64 109,160 173 Hogan, Dale ......., ............. ...,...... 2 3 Hogan, Irene ........... ........ 3 7, 120 Hogg, Darrell B ............ . .......... 64 Holdredge, Donald ................ 137 Holdredge, Harold Rodney ....,. .............,.... 3 7 Holle, Lorna Elaine 55,123, 159, 169, 177, 187 Hollinger, Herbert .................. .......... 1 9 155 Holmes, George R. .................. ...... ...... . . 37 Holst, Don Lee ........,........,..,........... 173 227 Hooper, Iva Lee .......... 73, 109 166 175 187 Hoover, Ned ................................ 64 135 149 Hornbaker, Marilyn .............. .,.,.. . .55 101 Horst, George Frederick ...................... 37, 139 Hosey, Harold Roy ..,........................... 73, 131 Hoskin, Christena ........ 37,113 165 194,240 Hottman, Doris Jane ...................... .......... 7 3 Howard, Robert..64, 131,153 154 161 175 Hubbard, Robert D ..................... 37 147 194 Huebert, Mary Elizabeth .... 55 101, 170 176 Huff, Clifton .................... ...,, ...... .......... 2 3 Huff, Clifton B ...... Huffman, Faye ....... Hughes, Marie .......................... Hughes, Peggy Lou .............. 73 Hughes, Robert John ............,. Hull, Mildred ............... Humble, Emma Lou .,...... Hummel, Marilyn ......... Hunt, Bill G. .,..........,..... ..... Hunter, C, Dessie .................... 123 ..73 138 Hunter, Christina Davis .............. Huntley, Lawrence ...,.......,. Huntsinger, Iris Kathleen ...... Hutchinson, Elaine ..,.......... Iliff, Kathryn ......... Inbinder, Richard ...,., Inwood, Stanley ........... Irwin, Charles James ...... Irwin, Georgia Gail .,..... ....,. Irwin, Jack Lewis ......... ...... Irwin, James Mack ....... ,,.... Ives, Robert G. ..... ...... ...... , Jackson, Harold Wayne ,...... Jacobs, John E ............... Jacobs, Judith ...,........... Jacoby, Hazel ............... Jacques, Richard I. .... . Janssen, Phyllis Joan ....,. Jarvis, Glenn William ...... Jeffrey, Valeta ............. Jetty, Rita ....... 245 111 164 123 177 111 H38 ,182,187 1n73,135 1111187 1111 123 123 188 1164 135 ,123 172 1111138 1111173 173 169 ..74 187 1180 .1 174 .111112o7 .11111111164 38,123 172 38,143 163 111155,143 207,233,234 111155,143 .11111118 .11111123 111138 183 .1111164 135 .64,1o5 176 .nnnnn74,147 1111111123 111174 117 Jevons, LaVone ....... Jilka, Bernard T .......... 1 198 148 105 183 139 155 143 183 233 187 169 169 138 164 235 170 143 143 195 152 Johanning, Cynthia ....... ...... 5 5, 113 Johnson, Carol ................ ..,.,...... 7 4, Johnson, Doris ....................., .............. Johnson, James Harvey ........ ........ 3 8 Johnson, James Henry ....... ........... Johnson, John N ............. ......,. 6 4, Johnson, M. Irene ........,..................... 23, Johnson, Wesley E. .................... 38, 213, Johnston Bessie .......... 64, 139, 167, 175, Johnston, Karrol .............,............ 55, 127 Jones, Charles ............ 38, 147, 162, 166, Jones, Francis Eugene ......................,....... Jones, June Elizabeth ................................ Jones, Leland Dale .............. 38, 139, 163, Jones, Martha .......... ............ 6 4,117, Jones, Willard G. ...... ................. 3 8, Jones, William Lee ....,.. ...,................ 3 8, Jordan, Guy V ........................................... Jordan, Robert .................... 38,139 149 Jorgensen, Gordon Lee ................ 55, 167, Justice, Dean .................. Justus, William John ...... K 1111138, ........55 Kadel, Everett Dale ............................ 39, Kahler, Conrad A ..................................,.... Kaiser, Robert F ......... 55, 147, 153, 157 Karnes, Ernestine ................................ 64, Karolik, Lois ...................................... 74, Kaschak, George R. ..... ...... 1 64, Kauzer, Adelaide ...... ..........,. Keck, Patricia Ann ....... ........ 7 4, Keil, Robert S ........... .............. 3 9, Kemmerer, Rita ........ ........ 6 9, 74, Kent, Dorothy ......... Kerns, Guy B .......... 11155,169 111164 1 170 135 165 139 ..80 175 101 101 165 .123 117 131 101 176 127 Kessler, Richard ..... ........... 3 9, 139 Kettner, Eugene .......................... 64, 162, 166 Kiefer, Barbara 39.113,158,159,166,175,177,179,180 Kiene, Fran A ............................................. 55 Kiene, Marylee ......1.............,..,.................. 169 Kind, Doris Jean ...,.... 39, 113, 162, 171, 241 King, Charlotte ...1........ 55, 120, 159, 200, 201 King, David M ..................................... 39, 131 King, Emerson C ....... .................,. 3 9 King, Margaret .......... ......... 6 4, 172, 178 King, Mary Regina .............................. 55,178 Kingsley, Joan Marie .......... 64, 117, 171, 241 Kipp, Fred ................... .................. 2 23, 233 Kisner, Edna Mae ...... 1 ..........,.......... 113 Kleile, Helen .............. ........ 6 4 105 Kline, Winwood M ....................................... 55 Klintworth, Robert J ........................... 55, 135 Klostermann, Helen .... 39, 169, 176, 182 187 Klotz, Robert ........ 60, 64, 135, 165, 226 228 Klotz, Victor Arthur ..................1............... 235 Kloxin, Doris Joan ................ 60, 64, 105 176 Klumpe, Arlene .........1.................. 74, 109 169 Knackstedt, Norma Jeanne ................ 74 241 Knauf, Alvin J ......................................,....,. 74 Knight, Carol Jean .,............ 55, 120, 148, 178 Knipe, Barbara ............ 55, 123, 154, 174 187 Knouse, Carl .,.............................. 39, 135 168 Koch, Carol Jean ........................ 74, 101 240 Koch, Elizabeth ........ ....... 6 5, 109, 165 177 Koch, Janet ........... .............,.................... 7 4 Koch, Kenneth .......1............................ 74 155 Koch, Marcia Ann ...... 55, 101, 170, 171, 176 Koons, Donald .................. 164, 165, 194, 195 Krote, Anthony A ........ .....,.............. 3 9 143 Krehbiel, Phyllis ........... ........... 1 98 Kroeker, Krueger, Kuepker, 1.1.1123 Kretsinger, Mary ............ Elwin Leland ....... George M ............... Barbara Penna ......... ff1ffIfQSli 160 ....55 135 101 .. Kuepker, Wayne T ....,,......... 39, 143, 169 167 Kuhns, Richard ......... ...... 3 9, 135, 233,235 Kumli, Elizabeth ......... ........................ 6 5 Kutnink, Paul .......... ........ 2 3 207 239 L Lady, Wendell ,......,............ 65, 139, 153, 231 Lahey, Thomas James ........................ 65, 147 Lam, Alice Joan ..........,.....,. 74,188 200 201 Lamb, Donald W .......,....................... 233 235 Lambert, Carolyn Fay .............................. 187 Lambert, Mary ............ 55,123 172 198 201 Laney, William T. .,............................ 55, 222 Lantz, Eugene M ..,..... ........... 5 5 Lantz, William F .,....................................... 39 Laramore, Smith G. ............,..,..,......... 74 127 Larkin, Jack ........ 39, 135,214, 225,226 227 Larson, Robert D. ..................,... 39, 139 143 Larson, Wallace E ....................................... 55 Latas, Forrest F ........ ................ 3 9,139 Laurenzana, Louis ....... ........ 3 9, 143 194 Laws, Betty Lou .....,.................................... 65 Laws, Jack F ....................................... 74, 170 Leblon, Jean ........ 51, 56, 131, 155, 157, 158, 161, 166, 175,179, 181 Lehr, Bonnie Lee ........ 40, 176, 178, 183, 187 Lemon, Gertrude .......................................... 23 Lenke, Kenneth ..,..... ,... .... 4 0 , 161, 163 Lentell, Jo Ann ..,...... ..................... 7 4 Leonard, Betty Jo ........ .......... 6 5 101 Leonard, Sarah ........... ................ 7 4 117 Levinson, Samuel .......... ........... 5 6, 147, 175 Lewick, Nolan Hugh ............ 65, 139, 227, 235 Lewis,4l3,eth Elaine ........ ................ 6 5, 117 Lewis, Betty Jean .............................. 74, 169 Libben, Elva Mae 65, 109, 165, 177, 183, 194 Liegl, Leopold .........,.................... 23 197 206 Lightcap, Maxine .....,............,............. 74, 169 Lile, Clydene Mae ....... .......... 7 4, 183 Lindberg, Jack M. ..... .............. 1 54,155 Lindholm, Lenore .......... ........ 7 4, 123, 187 Lindsay, Victor ...............,. ......,...... 6 5, 170 Linehan, Catherine Ann ...................... 74, 120 Lister, Louise .,.................................... 56, 101 Litchfield, Meredith ............ 40, 139, 221, 235 Littler, Richard L ..................,........,... 65,135 Lockard, Walter Junior .............. 56, 147,169 Loney, Theodore .................. ............. 4 0, 147 Long, C. D ......,.,,...........,.. .................. 2 4 Long, Eva Jean ........ ................... 7 4, 188 Long, Harlan ............... ........,..... 5 6 131 154 Long, Kathryn Lee .............. 40, 117, 154, 200 Long, Robert Rea .......... ................... 6 5, 127 Loomis, Allan Dean .................................. 187 Loomis, Margaret Joan ..,................... 74, 179 Louia, Louise ...................... 74, 109, 174, 178 Love, Carl Lawrence ......... ........ 4 0, 160, 162 Love, Leonard L. ...,......... ................ 5 6, 147 Love, Marilyn Thomas ................ 56, 162, 177 Lowe, Paula ..................... ........ 6 5 117 170 Ludwig, Jack Eugene ....... ........ 5 6 135 169 Ludwig, Robert F ......... ............. 6 5,147 Lusk, Neil Irwin ......... ............. 7 4, 143 Lutz, Lila Rose ........... ........ 7 5 158 170 Lutz, Mary Jane ......... ......... . .56 109 Lyda, Dorothy .......... ................ 7 5 188 Lynch, Marilyn ...,.... ................... 7 5 187 Lynde, Marilyn ,.......... ...... 7 5 117, 170 240 Lynde, Thomas C ..,...., ...... 6 5 131, 169 200 Lyons, Tillie ............ ...... 6 5 105 172 173 Mc McAlister, Richard V 56, 139, 154, 155, 159, 161, 165, 228 McAnarney, Charles A ......................... 40, 139 McBride, Donald .......... 40,147, 167, 170,184 McCabe, Frances Jean ..,,............ 40, 120, 178 McCabe, Fred Francis ........ 40, 127, 165, 194 McCabe, Joanne ........................................ 188 McCain, Ida .................. ................ 2 4, 179 McCallion, James C .......... ...................... 1 69 McCandless, Barbara ....... ........ 7 5, 123, 172 McClary, Harold Dean .....,,. ..................,.. 6 5 McCloud, John L .............. ........ 5 6, 135, 190 McConnell, John D. ............ ............. 5 6,169 McCormally, Charles J. ...... .,........ 5 6, 169 McCormick, Frederick G ............................. 65 McCormick, John H. 40,147,152,157,158,198,199,202 McCoy, Patricia Anne ....,.,.......,. 75, 172,187 McCullough, Edna ........,.. .......... 2 O, 172 McDaniel, John S ............... ............ . .56 McDermott, Robert E ......... ....... 5 6, 139 McDonnell, Alice ..................... ....... 2 4,190 McElhaney, Eleanor Clark .................. 56, 169 McElhaney, Merle E. .......................... 80,143 McEndree, Maurice G ................. 75, 147, 173 McGee, James Lewis ....... ................ 2 33 McGhee, Kenneth ......... ....... 7 5, 127 McGill, E. C. ................ ....... 2 0, 167 Mcllvain, Kenneth R ........ .................. 4 0 McKain, Jo Ann ............ ........................ 7 5 McKee, Joyce Anne ........ ........ 6 5, 162, 187 McKnight, Mary Jean ................ 65, 171, 187 McLeod, James .............. ...................... 1 94 McManis, Patricia ........ ........... 6 5, 123, 174 McMillan, Joann ................ 75, 123, 172, 187 McMillan, Rita Ann ......... ........ 7 5, 123, 169 McMillen, Carroll B. ....... ..................... 4 0 McMullen, Eugene L ........... ................ 1 63 McMullen, Margaret Ann .................... 75,105 McNelIy, Peggy ............................ 65, 117, 241 McPeek, Joseph Walter ...................... 80, 127 McQuinn, Richard ................ ............. 4 0,131 McReynolds, Benjamin ..............,. 65, 131, 221 McRill, Joan ........................................ 65, 187 Mevay, Lyle L. .......... 40, 131,19a, 199,202 McVeigh, Brian .................................. 75, 131 McWherter, Lottie ........... ........ 6 5, 109, 165 M MacFarlane, David L. ..... ................ 1 7,206 Madison, Gaylord ...................................... 184 Madole, Martha ......... ...... 5 6, 105, 171, 190 Maier, Charles R ....... ........... 5 6, 147, 165 Malambri, Pauline .......... ..,............. 1 98 Malone, Charles F ............... ..................... 4 0 Margason, Bernard L ................. 56, 169, 180 Mariani, Eugene ............................ 40,194, 230 Maring, Lloyd Keith .................... 80, 164, 194 Markham, Francis ...... 4o, 220, 233,234,235 Markham, Robert ................................ 75, 139 Markowitz, Fred ........................ 154, 233, 234 Markowitz, Zelma Dee ........................ 41, 117 Marmont, Barbara .............. 41, 117, 148, 198 Marsh, Paul L .,,....,...... ................ 4 1, 143 Marten, Mervin F ........ ....... 6 5,143 Martin, Marvin L. .... ............ 7 5 Martin, Minnie .................................... 56, 183 Martin, Norma Lee .........,.......................... 75 Martin, Robert ............ 56, 143, 190 198, 202 Masten, Charles M. ............................ 24,175 Mathews, John M ............... 41, 159 160, 184 Maul, Ray C. ............ .................... 1 8, 157 Maxwell, Calvin ,....... .................... 5 6 135 Mayberry, Maynard ............ 56, 147, 226, 235 Mayes, Otha Carol ....... .......,.... 6 5, 109, 169 Meador, Mary Susan ...... ........ 6 6, 117, 195 Meares, Michael ........... ......,...... 7 5, 143 Megredy, Robert ........... ............ 7 5 Mendum, Catherine ..... ............. 1 72 Mercado, Franz P ........ ........ 1 79, 184 Mercer, David J ....... ....... 4 1,143 246 Meredith, Lyle Howard ...... 56, 143, 198, 199 Merriweather, Rosemary ........., 172, 182, 187 Meyer, Katherine ................ 75, 183, 188, 201 Middleton, Jean E ....................... 41,214,235 Miller, Carolyn Lee ........ ................. 6 6, 105 Miller, George M. ....... ............... 7 5 .......66 Miller, James G. ........ . Miller, Joyce .................. Miller, Kenneth Leroy ........ Miller, Mary Anna ........,. Miller, Minnie ............. Miller, Robert J ....... Mills, Jewell ................. Milsap, Everett L. ...... . Minear, Donald J. ...... . Minnis, D. Douglas ............ 1 169 ....56 i 162 ....2o, 179 ............56 .......165 ..41, 131 ..57, 139 Minter, Kenneth W ............. 57, 147, 182, 184 Mitchell, Robert R ..... 41 147, 154, 167, 179 Mitchell, Rose Ellen .................... 75, 113, 240 Mitchell, Wilbur ........... ......................... 4 1 Moffatt, Robert L ........ ......... 4 1, 159, 179 Moore, Harold W ....... ............. 8 0, 179 Moore, James E. ...... ....... 4 1, 170 Moore, Mary Lou ...... ................ 6 6,117 Moore, Nancy Lee ....... ................. 1 98, 201 Moore, Virginia ,................... 66, 109, 177, 178 Moreland, Edward E ........... 57, 135, 164, 165 Morgan, Betty Jo ......... ...,....... 6 6, 105, 188 Morgan, Martha ........ ........................ 6 6 Morgan, Robert W ........ ....... 4 1, 131 Moritz, Donald M. ........... .......... 2 33 Morray, Norman Hugh ........ .,.,..... 4 1 Morris, Alvin ............... ......... 2 4 Morrison, Hugh E ........ ............ 4 1 Morse, C. Ralph ........ ........--.-.----- 8 O Mosby, Gerald N ....... ........... 2 14, 235 Moser, Lenora ............. ........ 7 5, 117, 173 Mosher, Orville W ............ ................ 2 4, 166 Mosher, Orville W., Jr ............................... 184 Mounkes, Emma Lee .......... 75, 123, 198, 201 Mueldener, Ann ........... ........... 6 6, 117, 148 Munzer, Ruby ............ ...... 1 72, 182, 183 Murphy, Byron E. .....,. ........................... 5 7 Murphy, Melvin J ............... 57,143, 149,169 Musch, Robert Keith .......................... 41, 139 Myers, Charles L ................. 57, 139, 162, 178 Myers, Richard E. ....... ...................... 1 82 N Nehoray, Nossatollah ....... .,..... 1 79 Nehorayan, Said ............ ---4----.- 1 79 Nelson, Charles W. ..... ...-..- 6 6, 139 Nelson, Earl F ........... ......-.-- 4 2, 139 Nelson, Gertrude ........ ..................... 6 6 Nelson, Jo Ann.., ....... ........ 7 5, 109, 170 Nelson, Orval D ......... ............. 4 2, 184 Nelson, Robert R. .... .................. 6 6 Nelson, Roland D. .... ....... 4 2,143 Nelson, William G ........ ....... 7 5, 127 Nemnick, Betty Jean .................................. 75 Nester, Geneva ....,..................................... 188 Newcomer, Gavonna .... 66, 120, 176, 178, 241 Newkirk, Glen .............................................. 76 Newman, Carolyn Jean .............................--. 66 Newman, Frank R ..... Y... . ...-.-- 7 6, 161 Nichols, Olive ............ ............ 7 6 Nikulla, Paul E ......... ......... 7 6 Nixon, Christina ........ .......... 1 70 Norwood, James T .......... ....... 6 6,131 Nuessen, Raymond C ....,... ............ 4 2 Nuffer, Harold D .......... ....... 6 6, 161 O O'Doul, Raymond ...... ........ 1 74,235 Olm, M. Joan ...... ..-..-.... 1 62 Orlowski, Lorraine ..... ......... 7 6, 187 Orr, C. Richard ........... ............ 1 74 Otis, Eugene Mac ........ ........,...... 2 19 ott, Phyllis ................. ............... 6 6, 188 Otte, Alvin R ........... ....... 4 2, 143, 198 Overholt, Ward H. .,... ............ 2 4,165 owen, Lela ........... ....... 7 6, 169, 240 Owen, Lila .............. ........ 7 6, 169, 240 Owen, Raymond E ...... ............ 4 2, 143 Owen, Theodore ..,............ ,....... ..24 Owens, June Frances ....... .,.... 4 2, 183 Owens, Marjory ............ ,....... 1 69 Oyler, Barbara Ann ...... ..76, 109 P Palacioz, Crestino E ........ ............. 4 2,179 Panesis, Sarondo M. .... ........ 6 6, 131, 235 Parker, Gladys Ann ......... ......... 7 6, 113 Parkman, Lyla May ......... ...... 7 6, 123 Parks, Helen Louise ......... ............ 1 88 Parr, John M. ........,..... ....... 1 98, 202 Parsons, Joseph A ............ .......... 8 0, 166 Patterson, Joan Hoch ..... ............. 4 2, 117 Patterson, Louis E. ...... ........ 4 2,139, 163 Patterson, Marilyn ...................... 66, 101, 198 Patterson, Rosa Jeanne ..,........... 76, 174, 187 Payne, John ..........,.......... ............. 4 2, 235 Payne, Tommy L ........ ...... 7 6, 233 Payton, Ray Gene ....... .............. 6 6 Pedigo, John W ..... .. ...... 42, 135 Pedigo, Mark ........... ...............................,. 2 4 Penna, Barbara .................................. 65, 101 Pennell, charlcie .......... 66, 170, 171, 187, 240 Pennington, Edward E. .............................. 57 Perdaris, Peter N ............................... 42,135 Perkins, John B ................. 66, 147, 166, 233 Perkins, John G ....... .............................. 8 0 Person, Virgil ............. ............. 2 4, 199 Peters, Charles R. ..... ........................ 6 6 Peters, Donald S ........... ........... 5 7, 167, 170 Peterson, Charles A ........... 57, 143 167,202 Peterson, Marlene ........ ................... 7 6, 183 Peterson, Oscar J ......... ........ 2 0 164, 194 Petty, Phyllis ............................................ 187 Pflaum, George .................................. 20, 190 Pflaum, Nedra...42, 117, 148, 175, 190, 216 Pflughoft, Frederick ............................ 57, 135 Phelps, Olive ..........................................,..... 24 Pine, Leona ..........,. ................ 5 7, 123 Platt, Patricia ........... ........ 7 6, 117, 170 Plenert, Eugene E ............ ............. 5 7, 182 Plummer, Richard D ........................... 66,135 Plummer, Robert Marion ............ 42, 135, 195 Plummer, Russell L ............. ..................... 4 3 Pohl, Kenneth C ........... ...... 4 3, 143 Pohl, Mary Lou .......................................... 76 Polansky, Laura Louise 43, 123, 162, 178, 183 Porter, Mahlon E. .............................. 76, 235 Posey, Eva Marie , 76, 109, 170, 174, 187, 198 Powell, Darrell F ................................. 57, 147 Powell, Doyle E ....... .............. 4 3 Powell, Jack D. ...... ...... 4 3, 135 Powell, Ralph M ........ ....,..... 7 6 Powers, Clayton E ......... ......... 4 3, 139 Prather, William G ....... ............. 7 6, 147 Preston, Robert G ...... ........ 4 3, 159, 194 Price, Elizabeth ......... ........ 7 6, 101, 170 Prieb, Gordon F. ,...... ........ 4 3, 167, 170 Prothe, Wilbert C. ........ ........ 4 3, 164, 165 Pugh, Virgil ............ .............. 5 7, 143, 165 Pugh, Virginia .................... 57,123,1s2,194 Putnam, Truman D ....... ................... 7 6, 198 Pyle, Reginald F ........ .............. 4 3, 131, 166 Pyle, Sally Jo .......... ......... 7 6, 123, 169, 188 Pyle, William Ira ....... ...................,.......... 7 6 Q Quincy, LaVonne .................. 66, 120, 172, 176 Quiring, Pearl G. ....... ........................... 6 6 Quiring, Wayne R ......... ................ 4 3,164 R Radke, Norman L. ..... ................ 4 3, 198 Radke, Paul c ,......... ................... 5 7, 143, 202 Rains, Harold E. ...... .......................... 6 6, 143 Ramy, Joanne ...... 43, 109, 158, 167, 169, 177 Rasp, Alfred .............................,.................. 76 Rathke, James ............................................ 76 Ratzlaff, Willis ...... ....... 4 3, 194 Ray, Adelia ............... ............... 4 3 Ray, Jacqueline ............ ................ 6 6, 113 Redeker, Norma Jean .......................... 66, 169 Redfield, Gloria .................. 43, 117, 159, 160 Redfield, Harry A ......... .,......................... 4 3 Redmond, Lois L ................................. 43, 194 Reece, Martha Jean ...................... 69, 76, 105 Reed, Virginia .... 57, 164, 169, 180, 182, 194 Rees, Evelyn ........................................ 67, 172 Reeser, Ina .................................. 76, 178, 188 Reid, Virgil P ............ ................ 6 7, 135 Relph, William D. .... . ......,. 57, 165, 230 Reno, Stanley J ................ ..................... 7 6 Reynolds, Othella .,...................................... 44 Reynolds, Patricia Joann ............................ 67 Reynolds, RoJean ...........,............ 77, 109, 170 Rich, Everett ................... ..................... 2 0 Rich, Wesley E .......... ........ 4 4 Richards, Lonn E. ........ ........... 7 7 Richardson, Hugh E ........ .......... 5 7, 170 Richardson, Willie C ................................... 81 Richmond, Stoughton .................. 57, 143, 180 Riddle, Barbara .................. 44, 117, 159, 160 Riddle, Constance ....... ........................ 1 82 Ridgeway, Martin ....... ........................ 4 4 Riegle, Jo Anna. ......................... 67, 117, 201 Rigsby, Jo Ann .................................... 77, 169 Riley, Vera .......... 44, 123, 166, 171, 176, 187 Robbins, Alice ................,... 67, 171, 182, 187 Robbins, Mary Jean .................... 57, 101, 241 Robbins, Richard ........ 57, 135, 195, 198, 202 Robbins, Roy Keith ............ 44, 147, 169, 174 Roberts, Maurice ........................................ 77 Roberts, Rae Deane ......... ........................ 5 7 Roberts, William L .......... ....... 5 7,143 Robinson, Charles L. ....... .......... 6 7, 131 Robinson, J. Eugene ........ ................... 1 65 Robinson, Randolph .................... 44, 164, 165 Robson, Harriet .................................. 77, 188 Rock, Dolores .............. 44, 109, 159, 176, 178 Rockwood, James B. ................................ 184 Rodee, Myron W ........... ........ 5 7, 139, 235 Rodee, Robert L ........ ............. 6 7,139 Ropfogel, Albert ......... .......... ........ 2 0 2 Ross, Arthur W ....... ........ 6 7, 147, 169 Rowan, Herman ..... ........ 4 4, 160, 179 Rowe, Floyd A. ......... ..................... 7 7 Rowland, Barbara ...................... 77, 123, 172 Royer, Harold V ................................. 44,143 Ruple, Mary .................. 28, 44, 113,160,216 Ruple, Robert ................................... ........ 1 79 Rusk, Alvin N .................. ........................ 6 7 Russell, Raymond B ......,............ 24, 167, 169 Russell, Robert E ............... 77, 169, 233, 234 Russell, Ronald D ....................................... 67 Russell, Virginia. ........... 51, 57, 117, 190, 201 Ruth, Roger ......., 57, 139, 153, 155,157, 158, 161, 164, 165, 206, 226, 229, 235 S Sackman, John W ......... Sacks, Ethel .................. ........ 4 4, 123, 159 Sadowski, Gerald J ..... .. 247 233 Sanderson, Charles H ......... Sanger, Charles .................. Sargent, Reita .............. Sauder, Joseph L. ..... Sawyer, Ina Joan ....... Scafe, John C .......... ..... Scharff, Clarence W. ...... . Schartz, Kenneth .......... ........57 58, 139 7 1 ........67 ........67 1 1 135, 223, ..77, 135, 162, ..58, ....67, 160 235 173 170 188 179 139 ..44 Schauer, Clarence H ................... 81, 165, 194 Scherrer, George J ........ ,.... 6 7, 131, 170, 235 Schillinger, Ruth .......... ................ 1 9, 148 Schlarman, Dorothy ...... ................ 7 7, 188 Schmidt, Marvin J. ....., ............ 7 7 Schmutz, A. D. ......... ..................... . .24 Schrammel, H. E ........ ................ 2 4,159 Schroll, Richard ......... ...... 4 4, 162, 166, 182 Schul, Allen D ........ ..................... . .77 Schultz, Mary ............................., 58, 123, 187 Schwab, Vermona 44, 109, 148, 169, 171, 240 Schwarz, Marjorie .............................. 77, 187 Schwendiman, Darlene ................................ 77 Scott, Barbara ........ ...,..... ........ 6 7 , 101, 187 Scott, Pat Ann .............. ........ 7 7, 117, 170 Sebert, William G ......... ................ 4 4, 139 Seeman, Frances ...... ...... 7 7, 101, 169, 187 Seibel, Richard ......... ................ 5 8, 139 Seiler, William H. ..... ....... 2 4, 166 Selig, Lyman ......,.. .................. 4 4 Sellers, Jo Ann ..... ...... ........................ 6 7 Sergeant, Vernon .......,................ 58, 139, 235 Sewell, Charles E ............... 44, 139, 166, 235 Shadwick, Gerald L ....... ........ 7 7, 143, 228 Shaffer, Marvin W. ............................ 77, 147 Shanelec, Gail .......... ...... 4 5, 166, 214, 235 Shannon, Janol Lee ....... ................... 5 8, 101 Shaw, Vernilea .................... 77, 171, 188, 198 Sheffield, Vernon ................ 24, 164, 179, 199 Shellenberger, Darlene ................ 77, 123, 170 Shepard, Roger ............... ........ 5 8, 147, 190 Shepler, Robert ..... ........ 5 8, 139, 235 Sheridan, Joyce ..... ........ 6 7, 123, 171 Sherk, H. Dennis ....... ............. 2 4, 190 Sherwood, Carl E. ..... ....... 4 5, 139 Shields, Pat .................. ....... 6 7,109 Shields, Robert P ............................... 67, 131 Shoemaker, C. Dwayne ........................ 67, 170 Shogren, Dennis..45, 139, 167, 220, 233, 235 Shomber, Arlene ........................ 58, 177, 179 Shore, Maud ................................................ 24 Shumate, Orilton ........................................ 67 Sidorfsky, Frank M ..... 67, 127, 179, 202, 235 Simmons, Barbara .............................. 77, 182 Simmons, Carol .......... ........ 5 8, 167, 187 Simmons, Delores ......... ..................... 6 7 Simmons, Henry E. ...... .................. . .67 Simpson, Phyllis ......... ........ 7 7, 123, 187 Singleton, Calvin G ....... ........ 4 5, 159, 166 Smethers, Carol Ann ....... ........ 6 7, 105, 169 Smiley, Max .................. ..................... 4 5 Smiley, Tex ........... ......... 5 8 Smith, Alvin N ...... ......... 4 5 Smith, Betty ...... ....... ..... 5 8 Smith, Dale L ............ ....... 7 7,143 Smith, Gwendolyn ........................................ 67 Smith, Joan 45, 158, 159, 177, 180, 183, 198, 201 Smith, LaMoyne M ............................. 45,169 Smith, Lois ................. ...... ....... 5 8 , 117 Smith, Norman C. .... ....... 6 7, 131 Smith, Walter Lee ........ .......... 4 5, 143 Smith, Wayne E ....... ..................... 5 8 Smith, Wayne P .....,. ........ 5 8, 143, 165 Smith, Wilbur E ....... .......... 4 5, 154 Snyder, John E ...... .......... 4 5, 147 Sorenson, Leon ....... ................ 6 8, 131 South, Ira Jay ....... ........ 4 5, 174, 190 South, Jack M ........ .................. 6 8 Spatz, Earl .......... l .......l Speece, Reginald ........ Spencer, George W ........ ......, 4 5, 165, 194 Spencer, Helen ....,....................,...... .......... 4 5 Stacy, Gale C. ...................,.,.................... 139 Staatz, Merlin D ......... 46,127,163,182,194 Staples, Elaine ...... ........... 7 7, 174, 179, 187 Starner, Mary ...... ............. 7 7 174,188 Starr, Lavonne .....,... ................. . .78, 171 Staten, Donald P. .............. 46, 127 160, 179 Staten, Gerald E ...... ...............,,,........... 6 8 Stauffer, Robert L. .... .......................... 7 7 Steckman, Mary ....... ...,....... . .78, 187 Steffe, Barbara ....... .,,..., 5 8 101, 198 Steffe, Roberta .......... ..,.... 5 8 101, 198 Stegman, Jerry Lee ....,.. ......,. . .68, 139 Steinkuhler, Rudy .,.,.... ...,........ 6 8 131 Stern, Donald R. ........ ..,.... 4 6 229,235 Stevenson, Eugene ......... ........ . .78, 131 Stewart, Norma Jean ........ ..... . .46, 169 Stewart, Velda ............ . .............. 176 Stokes, Robert D ............ ............ 4 6, 139 Stolfus, James C ......................... 46 135, 194 Stonebraker, Lavelle V ......,................,.,...., 78 Strauch, Saul ...................... 46, 135, 164, 194 Strobel, Dale C ..,.......,.......................... ...... 4 6 Strong, Patricia .......... ....... 7 8 169, 187 Stuntzner, E. L .......,.,.... ..........,. 2 5,199 Sturdevant, Eugene J. ...... ......... 6 8, 143 Sturdevant, Richard L. .... ,.......... 4 6 Sturgeon, Jack P .,.......... ............,. ...... .... 7 8 Subera, Carl E ............. ..................... 4 6, 139 Summers, Ralph ....,.. ........ 5 8, 139, 226, 235 Sunter, Patricia ....... ..................... 6 8 101 Sutton, Jack E ........ .................. 5 8, 170 Sutton, Milo ,......,.. ....... 6 8 127, 154 Sutton, Muriel ...... ....... 4 6 109, 170 Swank, Harry L. ..... ............ 4 6, 139 Sweet, Edrei ............. ..,..,.... 7 8 Swenson, R. G ..,.,........ .......... 5 8 Swezey, Betty Anne ....... ....,,....,... 5 8 Swisher, Delores .......... ......... 7 8, 187 Switzer, Vernon ............. ...........,., 6 8 T Tanner, Charles F .....,..., ......,.,,,,,,,,, 5 8 Tarr, Virginia ......1..,. .,,,,, 5 1,58 101 Tarrant, Laura .,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,1,,,, 6 8 Taylor, Charlene ......................,,...,,,,,,, 68 123 Taylor, Deaun ............ 58,117,167,17O 177 Taylor, Robert ............................ 20,199,203 Teegarden, Charles ......,,,,,,,,,.,,..,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 46 Teeter, Claudine .......,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 68 Teichgraeber, Janet 46,101, 148,154, 157, 172, 216, 217 Terry, Margaret ....,..,..,.,.,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 78, 187 Tewell, Kenneth A ......, ,,,,,.,., 4 7, 143 Thissen, Bernard ...,, ...,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 13 Tholen, Frances .........................,,,,,.... 58 101 Tholen, Robert H ........... ...........,., 4 7,143 231 Thomas, Jarrett .......... 47, 135, 164, 165 194 Thomas, Patsy Ann ............,,.,,.,, 78, 172 173 Thompson Howard ...... .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 7 Thompson Marvin A ...... ....-.... 7 8 170 Thompson, Neil J ....... ...... ,.,.., 6 8 135 Thompson, Norman N ....,.. ,,-,,,,,,., 7 8 Thompson, Rita ............. ,.,.., 6 8 240 Thorne, Dale O. ............. ,,,,,,4, 6 B Thornton, Lawrence .,..... ,..,,,,,, 2 30 Thorpe, Jeanne .,.,........ ,,,,,, 4 7 109 Tolbert, Delbert L. ...... ...... 6 8 127 Torres, Isabel ........ Towner, Eileen ,..... J ......179 ......78 :Ltr oi' 0'4- Q 9 : n N 9 KANSAS CIT V. M0 123 Trail, James E. .... .,............... 4 7 Travis, David .............. .................. 8 1,143 Travis, Janis ..............................,. 78, 105, 241 Traxson, Welda Jean .......... 47,182,187, 198 Triemer, Francis W ..,.,...........................,.... 81 Trimble, Richard ....... .....,...,...........,,. 4 7, 131 Trusler, Ivan H ....,... ........ 8 1, 131, 199, 202 Trusler, V. T. ......,.... ...................,. 1 9, 149 Tucker, Charles B ....... .......... 2 5, 164,194 Tucker, Donald R ....... ..,.......... 6 8,139, 219 Tunison, Nancy ....... ........ 7 8,123, 173,188 Turnbull, Donna ....... ........ 7 8, 117, 198, 201 Turner, Clair K ................................... 25,194 U Uhland, Wendell ............. ....... 4 7, 131, 149 Unruh, Donald V ...... ............ 5 8,182 Utter, Jack ......... ...,.. ...... 4 7 , 135 V Vance, Esther Kathryn ,..... ..........,, 5 8, 117 Vance, Vernon .,.,.............. ....... 5 8, 162, 178 Vanderhoof, Norma Lee .............. 68, 162, 188 Vandervelde, Esther ............. .................... 2 5 Van Gundy, Louise Getz ........ ...... 5 9, 117 Van Orden, Jan ...........,....... ...... 7 8,109 Varner, Robert B ............. ................. 6 8 Varnum, Donald H ....... ..................... 2 O2 Varvel, William M ....... ....... 5 9, 164, 165 Vaughn, Donna ............... .. ............ 78, 123 Vazquez, Burney Lou .....,., ............... 8 1, 179 Vazquez, Hector M ........ ....... 4 7, 131, 179 Veal, Robert M ,,...... .................... 6 8 Venson, Winifred ..... ....................... 5 9 Viets, Arlene ........... ....... 7 8, 179, 183 Vincent, Ralph E ..,...... ................. 4 7 Vincent, Stillman ........ .....,..............,..... 2 5 Vollrath, Pearl ......... ..............,.,............ 2 5 Voran, Betty ............, ........ 7 8, 113, 187, 240 Votapka, Norma .............,.................... 68, 187 W Wacek, Joan Marie ....... ..........,.... 7 8,187 Wachholz, June .............,............ 59, 113, 240 Waddell, Dwight 47,139, 194, 206 225, 226, 235 Waddel, Hattie .................................... 47, 160 Wald, Dorothy ........,........... 59, 123, 162, 183 Wallace, Noel K. ..... ..................... 8 1 179 Walls, Helen ..,..... .,........... 4 7, 105 176 Waln, Leanna ,........., ........ 7 8 123 172 187 Walsh, Margaret .............,.. 78 123 188 198 Ward, June Ann ....... ................... 1 54,182 Warden, Della .......... ............................. 2 5 Warren, Darlene ....... ........ 7 8 101, 187 198 Warrne, Neil S ........ ............................. 4 7 Waters, Albert B. ...... ............, 6 8 Watts, Bill Dean ........ .......................... 7 8 Weigand, J. J .......... .........,.............. 2 5,199 Weinman, Eugene ..,............. 47 143, 167 169 Welch, F. G ................. 20, 206 207, 225, 235 Welch, Frances Ann .................... 47 117 167 Weller, Leslie S ................................... 48 135 Wells, Doris ........ 59, 101,153 167 170 240 Wells, Dorothy ..........,................................. 48 West, William J. .,......... ...... 5 9 127 Wheeler, Jacqueline ....... White, Cornelius .......... White, William J ......... Whitesell, Omar ....... ........,.... 4 8 Whitlow, Eleanor ................ 48 Whitten, Kathryn ...,.... Whittle, Lester L ......... Whittington, Anna ......... Whitworth, Shirley ......,.. Wichert, Mary Lou .,.,.. 248 105 ..2O 7 ..,.........48 167,170 148 172 182 183 ..........7a .....,,...48 .68 105 159, 170 , .1 .nvt Wichert, Virginia .....,. ....... 7 9 117 Wiederstein, Merle ...,.... .................. 5 9 Widrig, James H .....,..... ...........,., 2 26 235 Wiens, E. Marlene ........ ........ 7 9 105 188 Wiggins, Nina ............. ........... 4 8 113 148 Wilde, Frank R ...,........................... 233 234 Wilhite, Mary Jo ................ 59,117 170 216 Wilkie, David Lloyd ............ 68,147 165 194 Wilkie, Richard W ..,... ............... ........ 1 7 5 Wilks, John R ............... ......... 6 8 174 Williams, Bernard M ........ ................... 2 31 Williams, Dwight L ,...... ....... 5 9,127,169 Williams, John K ............. ...,... 6 8,135 230 Williams, Kenneth A ................... 48, 135, 149 Williamson, Frederick E ......... .......,..,.. 1 60 Williamson, Rodney L ..,....... ...... 6 8 143 Williard, Lois ................... ...... 7 9,-123 Willis, Reuben E ........ ......... 5 9, 143 Willson, Frederick ..... ................. 2 19 228 Wilson, David E .........,............... 48, 167, 170 Wilson, Gayle ........,. ......... 7 9 174,183 188 Wilson, Herman ...... ..........,.....,..........,.. 5 9 Wilson, Lester V ........ .............. 5 9, 165 Wilson, Robert W ....,. ....................... 5 9 Wilson, Rodney E ....................... 48, 147,170 Winchester, Earl H ..,,............... 198 210,235 Wingate, Lois .............. 78,123,171,182 188 Wingo, Ronald C ................................. 59 202 Winters, Lawrence J .,......................... 48, 143 Winzeler, Norma Jean 48, 109, 148, 169, 171, 240 Wolfe, Emma Bernyce ...................,.... 79, 188 Wood, Darrell .......,........... ........... 2 5 Wood, David ....,.............. ...... 4 8,143 Wood, Gerald A. ..... ......... 6 8, 139 Wood, Glenn L ........ ............ 5 9,147 Wood, Polly .,.......... ....... 7 9, 113, 241 Woodbury, Bob E. ......... ......, 5 9, 135,221 Woodbury, Ernestine ........ ............ 5 9, 113 Woodbury, Philip ........... ......... 5 9, 135 Woods, Harold ........... ................. 2 5 Woods, Walter Max ....... ............,..... 1 80 Woolcott, Joleen ........................ 68, 105, 190 Wooster, Cynthia ........................,............. 148 Worford, Wayne .......,.. 48, 143, 149, 167, 169 Worrell, Mildred .......................................... 68 Wren, Marilyn ,...........,. 59, 123 154, 177 201 Wright, Dale E ........... 48, 139, 167, 210, 235 , Wright, David C .,......... 48,139, 210,222,235 l Wright, Donald R. .............................. 59, 139 1 Wright, Jennieta ................................ 59, 117 Wright, Richard ............. ..........---... 1 64 Wunder, William H. ....... ....... 6 8, 143, 169 l Wygle, Peggy ................. ..............-... 5 9 Wygle, Ralph William ........ ...... 8 1, 213 Wyrick, Green ....,........... ........... 2 5 Y . Yeager, Russell ......,.... ..-... 5 9, 135 Yockey, Harold L ............ ..,........ 4 8 Young, Kathleen ................ ...... 4 8, 123 Youssfyeh, Rahmatollah ....... ...... 1 79 Z Zeigler, Dorothy ...... ....... 6 0, 68 109 Zeller, Dale ............... -.-------v-----'- 2 5 Zimmerman, Donald ................................---. 79 Zimmerman, Esther ..........................-. 49 120 Zimmerman, Susan ....,. 49, 159, 162, 178, 188 Zwickl, Gilbert ....,......................--------- 49 194 Zwingelberg, Loren ......... ...... 4 9, 194 3S F,,-,, ' .. ,. 's au. , ..'q K. -0- . 1. , . 'Ls' 1 o L." 1 Q HB n u'


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