Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

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v r ' j site i- • SX ' .- .,. . ' ■ ' y ontents Book One: PERSONNEL Book Two: Book Three: SOCIAL Pages 18-7 Pages 78-155 ACTIVITIES Pages 154-177 Book Four: ATHLETICS Pages i 78-201 Classified Index Page 202 Personal Index .... Pages 205-208 It is indeed inspiring to watch progress evolve sticks and stones into structures or learning, and it is a pleasure to know that the reputation of the college as an educational institution will he enhanced by this con- struction. But perhaps the greatest pleasure or all is the greeting of alumni as they return to their home away from home. We take great care in planning Homecoming, tor it is the largest single event of the year. Homecoming represents a bond of fellowship between alumni and stu- dents, a kind of friendship that marks an appreciation for the social side of education. Coming Home to a host of well-planned activities, alums were treated to a parade, variety show, football game, and dance, as well as numerous festivities sponsored by social organizations. The Hornet Homecomers saw Corky capture control of the Central Conference by whipping a weaker Ft. Hays State team 27 to 0. °.w Curli-Q variety show featured vaudeville skits which captured the hearts or the audiences. In her romantic way Mary Miles Peckham confessed that she got tooken " by a good, good-Iookin man. The teachers tickled us with ' Turkish Delight. Chesney danced and the onlookers sighed. Mo McEndree proved that everything that goes up, comes down. Sigma Tau Gamma drove to the top with their house decoration entry, Homecoming Highway. First on the sorority hit parade was Theta Sigma Upsilon ' s recorded melodies ' Hold That Tiger and Ft. Hays Retreat Songs. " Phi Delta Chi, along with Sigma Sigma Sigma, took runner-up honors. f Tn 1 r The Phi Delts continued moving and streamrolled their way into first place in tke fraternity division of the Homecoming float competition, while the Tri-Sigs showed the crowd what a tigerburger looked like, cop- ping first-place sorority honors. Awards for second place went to Sigma Tau Gamma and Delta Sigma Epsilon. Virginia Russell, chosen Peggy Pedagog, was coronated queen at the Curli-Q Show and reigned over weekend festivities. Pictured here are the candidates. Top row above: left to right, Tillie Jo Lyons and Virginia Russell; bottom row, Joyce Hoffman and Cynthia Johanning. Oppo- site page, top row, June Adam and Jane Anderson; bottom row, Jewell Hill and Lenore McCracken. f eaau f- edaaoa oP 1950 Virginia Russell Ground-breaking ceremonies for the new William Allen White Me- morial Library took place February 6, 1950. The cornerstone was laid October 28, 1950, on which occasion President David L. MacFarlane and Governor Frank Carlson gave brief messages. Completion is sched- uled for September, 1951. 0) e c o in a Pictured here are vice-president. Bill Dixon: president, Roger Shepard; and secretary, Maxine Daniels. JheSe are the enior6 The Senior year is probably the busiest one in the career or the average student. In the ranks of this year s class were also some students who were rushed with responsible extra- curricular duties. Representative or these students were Rob- ert Kaiser. Student Council president; Jean Leblon, Xi Phi president; Harlan Long, Sunflower editor; and Richard McAlister, second semester Bulletin editor. Members elected to " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities were Dene Ballentine. Clarice Buttron, Winifred Ruth, Roselea Freeman, Iyla Gay. William Harnden, Lorna HoIIe, Rob- ert Kaiser, Jean Leblon, Richard McAlister, Virgil Pugh, Virginia Reed, Virginia Russell, Roger Ruth, Doris Wells, and Mary Jo Wilbite. Class sponsors were Dr. Ted Andrews and Dr. Karl Bruder. 20 Zjlie CiaSd of 1951 SENIORS John H. Adair Lyons Sigma Phi Epsilon Robert E. Allbee Emporia t " " ' Jb-dH Epsilon Pi Tan t f - rf " m J Fred D. Allen Marion John L. Ames Amorieus Ellsworth Anderson Wichita Phi Sigma Epsilon " ' r f (?J 1W% j. k , p 33 c Robert C. Anderson .... McPherson i ■ Plii Sigma Epsilon. Mathematics Club jSk fefcb. Loretta Unici m .; m Sataiit ' a Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pi Omega Pi, F.T. A., a Omega. Y.W.C.A. Mary Dee Archer Emporia Social Science Club William Edward Bailey .... Atchison " «=«« IT JiHB Dene Merlene Ballentine . . . Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Elementary Club, F.T.A.. Kappa Delta Pi, Who ' s Who - I Carol Haize Baltz Emporia « ■ ' ' ;■« • 5C A t Pi Omega Pi, Omega ' - jEJ B 1 " M ' — — Jalal Besharat Teheran Iran Beta Beta Beta. Mu Epsilon Xu 4 n i r f -VS gm Dale Leon hitler tm|)onorsJ WK M W ' Kappa Sigma I psilon fj t Va 0k " 9 BL Yirgii E. Boatw RK.m Emporia Beta Beta Beta, F. T. A.. Science Club Leota Bohnenblust . . Larimore, A T . Dah. Y.W.C.A. Vernon Glenn Bonar lola JU TyL ' -fa- ii T k Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club, « ' " m ' 9 k . flp Mildred Ann Boyer Haven » S-, - V " Jt Theta Sigma Upsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma fe l %w i fc» harleni Bradford Jet more SENIORS Clarence Paul Brooks Madison Beta Beta Beta, Wesley Foundation Bill Vernon Brown Grialey Sigma Phi Epsilon I )onna Lee Bruington Florence F. T. A. Joseph Michael Buccino . E. Orange, N. ]. K-CK.b John L. Bulkley Reading Plii Sigma Epsilon James C. Bump Emporia Robert William Burch Assaria Mu Epsilon Nu, Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Club. Xi Phi, Student Council Bobby D. Burd Hartford Billy E. Blrgert llorton Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda, Mathematics Club, Science Club DlJANE E. BuTTERFIELD TopeliO Clarice Buttron Lancaster Kappa Delta Pi. Sigma Alpha Iota, Pi Kappa Sigma, Treble Clef Club, Sym- phonic Chorus. Who s Who Ivan Leslie Campbell W ' i sey Beta Beta Beta, Lambda Delta Lambda, Science Club, Y.M.C.A. Russell N. Campbell Emporia French Club, Spanish Club Kenneth Cannon Lincoln. Mo. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Commerce Club Howard Carnine Emporia Gerald W. Carr Emporia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Newman Club Morris E. Carr Emporia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Commerce Club. New- man Club Rosse B. Case Marion Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club, Pi Omega Pi 22 A ,k OL CLm of 1951 Nellie Chang Chunming . Honolulu, Hawaii Elementary Club, F. T. A. Robert Dean Coffman .... Emporia K-CIub Charles Asher Coleman .... Abilene Phi Sigma Epsilon. Epsilon Pi Tau Bob D. Commons Virgil Glenn Howard Crumb . . . Burlingame Alpha Kappa Lambda Maxine Daniels Independence Winnetaska. Rhythmic Circle Dennis Denning Russell Sigma Plii Epsilon. E-State Plavers. French Club Charles Dickerson Hutchinson Sigma Phi Epsilon George McNeel Dietrich . . . Richmond Pi Omega Pi, Commerce Club William O. Dixon Partridge Beta Beta Beta. Kappa Mu Epsilon. Mathe- matics Club, Mu Epsilon Nu Lois Elizabeth Doll Lamed Winnetaska, F. T. A., Social Science Club Virgil Dowell Lebo Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Delta Pi, Lambda Delta Lambda, Science Club Benton Eugene Dudgeon .... Howard Phi Mu Alpha, Mu Epsilon Nu, Band, Chorus, Orchestra William J. Egner Emporia Science Club Robert Daniel Emrich .... Ellsworth Phi Sigma Epsilon, K-CIub, Lambda Delta Lambda, Student Council. Xi Phi Haydee Teresa Eguiluz . . . Callao.Peru Alpha Sigma Tau. French Club. Newman Club, Pi Kappa Delta. Spanish Club Stanford L. Fahring Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilon Leland Frank Fish Emporia SENIORS SENIORS Jke CiaM of 1951 Colleen Fowler Kalvesta . . fe l|ili,i Sigma I. in Home I conomics ( lub | H •§ , RdSAl EA I ANN A IrEIMAN .ill ml V " »-. v». L % JHB ( In!. Kappa I )eita Pi ( hnega T | % r K? wk ' Club. Xi Phi, Who ' s Wlio JP % Roberi P I roelii ii irkansas City HL l PhiMu Alpha. MuEpsilonNu •k- Jta BL:I Martha Josephine Fry Wilmore Bk 2 . F. T. A.. Omega. Kappa Delta Pi. KSfS " W Iyla Gay Emporia %t — " T " - 8fc . " " rheta Si; psilon L ' J m j tfl l Fopeka pjj HF iHjflViME Kappa Mu Epsilon. Mathematics Club fc - ■ J - Richard M. Geisler Fulton K— j»».-t . . « Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi. Commerce Benedic i I Granoski Kansas City k9 tt t ttt Charles Graves Emporia IHf JHI ■ Tr » Beta Beta Beta . T m. Richard W. Griggs Meade ' mmJBkI F. 1 . A.. Sigma Tau Gamma. Social ft . i I ' I ■ ' — c f | «, Peggy Ellen Groendycki Medicine Lodge wr 1 H F. T. A.. Winnetaslca 4 fl ' Ralph J. Haag Emporia Robert Glen Haggard .... Concordia ■L«% » TH a 46lJ9» Phi Delta Chi. Phi Mu Alpha. Alpha I ' In ( Irai ga, I i n | H. i i.i State Players, Kappa ji r — , t |B Clayton O. Hali . . . Newton J M fli » H Phi Sigma Epsilon John H. Hall. Jr Emporia jfSk Hk Bt Kappa Sigma Epsilon ■ ■■k ■ " " " " " " fl r - F In 3 Mar.iorie Hammer Emporia V « »» J J Jfe. ' William Joe Harnden . . Medicine Lodge «ET V - " " Norton L. Hartsook Emporia N r 4 24 VL Chester G. Hayden Stafford K-CIub, Xi Phi, Football Captain Lora Onabelle Hayden .... Stafford Home Economics Club, Symphonic Chorus A " 1 Donald Heiland Ford LV. Phi Sigma Epsilon WL tbPsW lA A. Frances Janet Hennessy .... Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Home Economics Club, Commerce Club Don K. Hess Dodge City Emporia Stale Players, Radio Club J , Clyde J. Hiebert Marion J m Beta Beta Beta, Lambda Delta Lambda . jH Boyd Y. Higgins, Jr Marion Phi Sigma Epsilon Virginia Sue Higgins .... Williamshurg Sigma Sigma Sigma, Home Economics Club Roy George Hilderman Emporia Band. Chorus, Orchestra. Phi Mil Alpha " " ; Iewkli. Rae Hili Horton mS Delta Sigma Epsilon - Muriel Ruth Hill Plevna Winnetaska, Chorus, Omega, Sigma Alpha Iota Richard Hiskey ' Emporia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lamb- da. Science Club , Robert D. Hodge Lawrence di T ML Beta Beta Beta, F. T. A.. Science Club Marion Joyce Hoffman Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Theta Rho, Kappa Delta Pi, Rhythmic Circle Lorna Holle Lndell Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa Mu Epsilon. Mathe- matics Club, Omega Mary - Elizabeth Huebert .... Halstead ?- Alpha Sigma Alpha, F. T. A., Kappa Delta Pi, Sphinx. Commerce Club Clifton Beryl Huff Emporia Beta Beta Beta, Sigma T an Gamma. Alpha Phi Omega, Lambda Delta Lambda. Science Club, Social Science Club, Y.M.C.A. BB W Harold W. (ackson Emporia | Sb fflknnk Sigma I ' in iamma CiaSS of 1951 SENIORS SENIORS ZJke C aJJ of 1951 Delbert A. Jacobson Lindshorg Mu Epsilon Nu, Wesley Foundation Joanne Judith James Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Emporia State Play- ©f I — — — -■ ers, Kappa Delta Pi, Newman Club, Sphinx ,-x Bert P. Jamison Emporia v. BL " - V Cynthia Johanning Balcuir™ Pi Kappa Sigma. F. T. A. James H. Johnson Assaria " " i JMPi I ' In Sig I psilon ommerce lub, Intel BL . f Fraternity Council B W Mfi H jjgs , Karrol H. Johnston Emporia U P 4fc j|p: Alpha Kappa Lambda Cordon L. Jorgensen A f. Hop Commerce Club. Pi Omega Pi JB| Elk L William John Justus .... Harveyville Alpha Kappa Lambda, Beta Beta Beta, i Science Club Robert Floyd Kaiser Hiawatha " 3@H Mu Epsilon Nu, Pi Kappa Delta. Student -tfttf f Council President. Xi Phi, Y.M.C.A.. Speakers Bureau H. Calvin Kandt Herington Sigma Tau Gamma Darrel Frank Kellams .... Emporia v t (fe- C-rV Fran A. Kiene Emporia Mu Epsilon Nu. Newman Club. Social WBP Science Club ■ ' • " - ' • " Bk Edna Mai .... Plains jH . Ik T B Pi Kappa Sigma. F. T. A., Newman Club illsj »sH B i " " ■» BE- " ) - ? fV-j Kenneth Charles Klassen . . . Newton BJpi Pbi Sigma Epsilon, Mathematics Club. ScT ' " - r S i Science Club B BL Jr BB Winwood M. Kline Emporia J B. Victor A. Klotz. Jr Coffeyville Kappa Sigma Epsilon Carol Jean Knight Lebo 7 V ' Theta Sigma Upsilon, F. T. A. j A Barbara June Knipe Norwici Emporia State Players, Radio Club . ' ' tfBB 2SJ i 26 Marcia Ann Koch Hartford Alpha Sigma Alpha, Commerce Club, F. T. A.. Sphinx Phyllis Oblander Krehbiel . . El Dorado Winnetasha, Symphonic Chorus, Treble Clef Elwin L. Kroeker Emporia Pi Omega Pi Richard L. Ku hns Hutchinson Mary C. Lambert Cedar Point Winnetaska, Chorus. Kappa Delta Pi, Omega. Physical Education Club. Sigma Alpha Iota, Treble Clef. W R. A. William T. Laney Lyons Phi Sigma Epsilon. K-CIub Eugene M. Lantz Emporia Alpha Theta Rho Wallace E. Larson Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma. Kappa Delta Pi, K-CIub, Pi Omega Pi Jean M. Leblon .... Chimay, Belgium French Club. Alpha Phi Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Kappa Delta, Newman Club. Social Science Club. Span- ish Club. Who ' s Who. Xi Phi Howard W. Lee Emporia Betty ' Jo Leonard Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha Samuel Levinson .... Port ]ervis, N. Y. Mu Epsilon Nu, F. T. A.. Y.M.C.A. Louise Lister Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Newman Club Walter J. Lockard JSIoline Pi Omega Pi, Mu Epsilon Nu 1 Iarlan L. Long Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, French Club. Sphinx, Editor, The Sunflower Jack Eugene Ludwig Hutchinson Sigma Phi Epsilon. Elementary Club, F. T. A. Mary Jane Lutz Olpe Delta Sigma Epsilon, Elementary Club, F. T. A., Newman Club Richard Wm. McAlister .... A(cAiso7i Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, Kappa Mu Epsilon. Lambda Delta Lambda, Xi Phi, Who ' s Who, Editor, The Bulletin DL C(a6i of 1951 27 SENIORS SENIORS ZJke ( iaAd of 1951 John Dexter McConnell . . . Burlington Bj ± Commerce Club M 4 Charles J. McCormally .... Emporia JP Pi Omega Pi Lenore McCracken Valley Falls J lpha Sigma Tail, F. T. A., Kappa Delia f " " " . Pi, Omega Symphonii I s K jLI John McDaniel Emporia Martha Madole Winjiehl Alpha Sigma Tan, Home Economics Club. Emporia State Players. Sphinx Bernard L. Margason Emporia JR Commerce Club. Inter-Faith Council Robert Eeo Martin McPherson Sigma Tau Gamma, Emporia State Players. m» Kappa Delta Pi. Phi Mu Alpha . , , . , ,, %m m Maynard I.ee Mayberry Harper Mu Epsilon Nu, K-CIub. Commerce Club, F. T. A. Virginia n 1 1 i i i miruch Topeka JH F. T. A.. Social Science Club Lyle H. Meredith Plainville Sigma Tau Gamma, Rand. Chorus, En- JH semble Singers, Orchestra. Phi Mu Alpha Roberi [.Miller Little Rivei R Donald Jay Minear Cantoii 9A D. Douglas Minnis Stafford Phi Sigma Epsilon. K-CIub Kenneth V. Minter Abilene Beta Beta Beta, Science Club, Wesley kT Foundation, Y.M.C.A.. Inter-Faith Council V " j Jk Fred Marvin Moore Teterville jJl j t j J Nancy Lee Moore . . . Cedar Rapids, la. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Band, Chorus, Or- chestra, Sigma Alpha Iota. Treble Clef E. Eugene Moreland Emporia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon. " % Lambda Delta Lambda. Xi Phi Byron E. Murphy Maple Hill m. PJ Ik rfc . Jtkfi 28 Melvin Murphy Meade Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club Charles L. Myers Newton Phi Sigma Epsilon, F. T. A., Elementary Club. Pi Gamma Mu A «F H M Richard Nelson . . . Herington Raymond O Doll ... . Argonta K -Club, Radio Club S Florence F. O Xeill .... Lyoi Elementary Club. F. T. A. J JL JH k " " " " " J Marjory June Owens Cha;iute John M. Parr Emporia Kappa Delia Pi. Phi Mu Alpha. Sym- phonic Chorus. Xi Phi Mary Miles Peck ham . . Blackwell. Okla. Commerce Club. Emporia State Plavers, Pi Omega Pi Clara Petefish Richland N y " " ' • »-i!jL Science Club. .W.C.A.. Inter-varsity tM " Don S.Peters McPherson Phi Sigma Epsilon. Commerce Club, Pi Omega Pi Charles A. Peterson Climax " 3ES " Tv f J r-m. « - Sigma Tau Gamma. Commerce Club, Pi Omega Pi. Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Delta k Pi. Symphonic Chorus H Frederick Pflughoft . . llsworth Jgjjf Sigma Phi Epsilon Feona M. Pine Emporia Eugene E. Plenert Hillsboro F. T. A.. Mu Epsilon Nu, Wesley tr I ■ Foundation Darrell F. Powell Emporia Jjk Joanne Harbaugh Prothe Medicine Lodge F. T. A. Virgil J. Pugh Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma. Kappa Delta Pi, to -T " TT " " - ' K a - ? | Lambda Delta Lambda. Who ' s Who f . Virginia Pugh Emporia K " ST ' » F Winnetaslca, Band, Kappa Mu Epsilon. ■ ' -««£ ' Plfc r ' Mathematics Club, Science Club, Wesley J Jm m iH Foundation like C(a55 of 1951 SENIORS 29 SENIORS ZJke ( laSd of 1951 R dki ' loisiiuilon Sigma I an Gamma Jpi Hk , William K. Reeble Emporia | I Commerce L lul Virginia Mae Reed Ka resfa IL - F. T. A.. Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu — V Epsilon. Mathematics Inter-Fail V j§3 A ouncil Inh Varsilx hristian I ' llowsliip i HM Jfl Who ' s Who William D. Relph Fredonia I ambrJa Delta Lambda m c„ Calvin C. Rice Emporia " J . « J $t - Kappa Delta Pi - .,-W M - Gerald F. Richards EJlsirorlh -« ; Jm vl k V Hugh F. Richardson ( jnd ev Commerce Club. Pi Omega Pi 4C ©fc J. Richard Robbins Sedan Sigma Plii Epsilo n. Band. Chorus. Ensem- r f »}••« ble Singers. Orchestra. Plii Mu Alpha - W Mary Jean Robbins Sedan Alpha Sigma Alpha Rae Deane Roberts Emporia « Wt. " fell J9fo Pi Kappa Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi. Omega William L. Roberts Emporia Sigma Tan Gamma. Social Science C Inn Charles Feo Robinson Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Myron Rodei . . . Emporia ? J|i k l Phi Sigma Epsilon, K-Club r " l L Edward F. Roether ' i Isey 4 iB Hk Mu Epsilon u. Elementary Club Albert Ropfogel Emporia Band. Chorus. F. T. A.. Mu Epsilon Xu. I ' Li Mu Alpha - Jk | Robert E. Rlple Dexter - — — m kappa Sigma I psilon dr k ' W- j L Virginia Russell Sedan H fo B Sigma Sigma Sigma. Emporia Slate Play- ™ v ™» " • ers. Band, Chorus. Kappa Delta Pi. Orches- tra, Sigma Alpha Iota. Homecoming ( v meen Roger Alan Ruth Scoff City Phi Sigma Epsilon. K-Club. i Phi. Stu- T " -« , „£ dent Council. Pi Kappa Delta. Lambda . , j ■ . I )i h.i I ambda, Mpha Phi ' mega. Kappa " " air Bk i. Mu Epsilon. Who ' s Who. Track Co- ■ . P W t 50 Winifred Drake Ruth . . Faribault, Minn. Alpha Tlieta RIio. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Who ' s Who. W.R.A.. Xi Phi Charles H. Sanderson .... Hamilton J Sigma Phi Epsilon " Y afl Charles E. Sanger Heringlon Jh inm Phi Sigma Epsilon. K-CIub ME !■ JOMfc John C. Scafe Emporia gV Perdita Lorraine Scafe Emporia «• Commerce Club. Kappa Mu Lambda Mary Schultz Coffeyville Winnetaska. Home Economics Club Richard R. Seibel McPherson Phi Sigma Epsilon Vernon K. Sergeant Lebo " " W K-CIub C l + Z ' M Arlene Shaw Emporia -A -MT A : %l BMM» A Kappa Delta Pi. Omega. Spanish Club Roger D. Shepard Solomon Mu Epsilon Nu. Emporia State Players. Sphinx Robert G. Shepler Emporia %— V 9n P ' l{ Sigma Epsilon. K-CIub Hb. v— 408 Marilyn Lou Shepler Neiuton W L ™W. Sigma Sigma v il i Physical I .1 Club, W.R.A. Robert H. Sherrer Centralia Phi Sigma Epsilon Robert P. Shields Emporia A ft. Commerce Club. Kappa Sigma Epsilon 8| f fc, Carol Simmons Allen ■■■■■■■i S M Commerce Club. F. T. A. Pi Omega Pi » Leland Fred Smith Wichita I ' 1 p r c n Roberta l r. Smith Douglass F. T. A.. Social Science Club idn ; j l i ' Wayne Pearson Smith ... Emporia DL CLsd of 1951 SENIORS 51 SENIORS Jhe ( laM of 1951 Gale C. Stacy Atchison Cleo Jack Stair Emporia Barbara Steffe Sedgwick Alpha Sigma Alplia. Band. Cliorns. Or- chestra 4 L J Uu ' Z Roberta Steffe Sedgwick Alpha Sigma Alpha Rudy E. Steinkuhler Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Robert D. Stout Emporia f .f — - f mm Ralph Marion Summers .... Scott City JH Bk - I Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Plii Omega. K-CIub, Track Co-captain Iai k I dward v H " .... Lamonl gnB| ,mf Mil Epsilon Nu, Pi Omega Pi Iii,im - Ralph Si rrois . . . Emporia " J Fa. Kappa Sigma Epsilon f ' Harry L. Swank . . . Anchorage, Alaska Phi Sigma Epsilon R. G. Swenson Emporia Charles F. Tanner .... Emporia Virginia Mae Tark Wichita ' j - ( . Alpha Sigma Alpha. Physical Education Club, Xi Phi Deaun Yvonne Taylor Emporia I V | Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club. Pi jfceji T p m £ri Omega Pi, Omega » Bernard J. Thissen Kingman Plii Sigma Epsilon, K-CIub Dale Owen Thorne Lebo Commerce Club ' C» .»» George Franklin Todd, Jr. . . Kansas City ' K-CIub Eugene Tush Ganwtt Sigma Tau Gamma 32 Doland Unruh Emporia Vernon Vance Emporia E Elementary Club, F. T. A. Louise Van Ljundy cmpona Sigma Sigma Sigma. Kappa Delta Pi, Phy- sical Education Club, Xi Phi - ™ Donald H. Varnum Yates Center Mu Epsilon Nu, Phi Mu Alpha William Morris Varvel Gridley Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda, Mathematics Club Winifred Marie Venson . . Denison, Texas ' V llg: ' JMI I lementan ( lub. Y.W. James R. Vining Kansas City Robert G. Volk Atchison Kappa Sigma Epsilon :: rv m June Wachholz Anthony • Pi Kappa Sigma. Physical Education Club j flB 1 |IMB ' " " MM Tfe H ! ' x l ' " ' VELYN Wagner Redondo Beach Calij " — ■i B p T. j Kappa Mu Lambda Dorothy Julia Wald . . . Arkansas City Elementary Club. F. T. A.. Y.W.C.A. Coleen R. Ward Garden City Sigma Sigma Sigma, Physical Education . ciub p ! Hh ' " v »- I h x| Aw Ward Garden ( ity Winnetaska. Band, Radio Club. Wesley Foundation. Y.W.C.A. Doris Marie Wells Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi, Xi Phi. Student Council pr M zT ' W Omar P. Whitesell Emporia i jH Jtt H .- « ? Bl Commerce Club, Pi Omega Pi Mary - Lou Wichert Emporia Commerce Club, F. T. A., Newman Club Russell Wiley ' Lyndon ■■? " ■ Phi Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club. Pi L.. .- Omega Pi Sp H Thtf " ' .JLi ' ' Charles C Wilhiti h kh .i JH jBm Commerce Club A C zdJ o 95 SENIORS SENIORS Jke CladS of 1951 Mary Jo Wilhite Emporia Sigma Sig Sigma Kappa Delta Pi Pi jg Mfl KB dfj A HtStt- Omega Pi, Xi Phi, Newman Club. Who ' s pSSJMK ,J f 4 Who f Ji iJPT -. ■ ! I Lee Gardner Wilkie Emporia mm 1 raf Winnetaska, Kappa Delta Pi, Omega, Elsie Pine Library Club , Bernard Williams Hiawatha fljk 4 " r . Frederick Williamson Reading Sigma Tau Gamma, Alpha Theta Rho, Spanish Club Reuben E. Willis Crtanufe —f JH ■ — rm Sigma I .hi ' mi. 1 —X , J9J4 Lester Wilson Renfrow, Okla. mm mwS Bm I mil. .I.i I elta I .nil!.. I. J; H 9 Rodney E. Wilson .... Arkansas City Sigma Phi Epsilon mW3 f£ Ronald C. Wingo Kansas City Band, F. T. A.. Mu Epsilon Nu, Orchestra. A , Phi Mu Alpha, Symphonic Chorus H Glenn Lowell Wood Solomon H mwm mm. m m. Mu Epsilon Nu B ml A mWtM Ml Bob I Woodbi ri Emporia Bbvtl •»» " " »■ Sigma Phi Epsilon, Commerce Club, K-CIub Walter Max Woods Boloit L : ' A m A M Inter-Faith Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Nr " , m% s JH H fll Mu Epsilon, I I.. I. Delta Lambda, I I .T sB JH Pjv I Mathematics lub, Weslej I oundation Jh Marilyn Ruth Wren . . . WiJ iamsourg Winnetaska, Omega, Sigma Alpha Iota Donald R. Wright Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilon Jennieta Hoyt Wright Lyons Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Theta Rho Richard W. Wright Emporia 34 Pictured here are secretary, Doris Bishop; president. Jo Riegle, and vice-president, Alvin Rusk. The Juniors, participating widely in campus activities, climaxed this year s social calendar by sponsoring the Junior-Senior Prom. Class members elected to Who s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities were Roberta Briles. Jo Reigle, Elva Libben, and John Clifford. Representing the Junior class on the Student Council were Ann Mueldener, Helen Kleile, and Robert Howard. Lloyd Wilkie was second semester assistant editor of The Bulletin, and Elizabeth Koch was first semester society editor. Total class enrollment reached 279 students. Loy Banks of the English department and Leopold Liegl of the music department served as class sponsors. ede are uniorS tL Uhe L laS5 of 1952 JUNIORS Claron E. Adams Garnett B W Merle D. Albrecht .... Lincolnville - Robert Dean Allison Chanute Sigma Plii Epsilon Doris Anderson Ulysses | Home Economics Club, Sphinx Eunice Fave Anderson . . . Hilo, Hawaii Elementary Club. F.T.A.. Sphinx Mary Jane Anderson .... Coldwater Physical Education Club, Splash Club. oigma Sigma oigmc Fred J. Austin .... Coffonu ' ooc Falls BJL V fc Raymond D. Austin Collyer Glen Edward Bercerhouse . . . Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon $ r- I ' - git 0fk Beulah Lucille Beyer Gridley Alpha Theta Rho, Kappa Delta Phi, Home •»- Jt Economics Club Ronald D. Biggs Allen i 4 WHS Phyllis P. Birk Gridley F.T.A.. Y.W.C.A.. Winnetaska Doris E. Bishop Dodge City Winnetaska, Kappa Delta Pi. Y.W.C.A. t4|r " , Byrne D. Blackwood Chanute Sigma Tail Gamma. Sphinx, Emporia State Players. Bulletin Staff, Sunflower Staff Merlyn G. Blomberg Falun Alpha Kappa Lambda, Commerce Club Nila Jeanne Bortz Plains Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma. Omega. Home Economics Club I A dflHL " William Dale Boub Redfield. S. Dak. fl l Alpha Kappa Lambda. Commerce Club, N. S Radio Club Dale Boltse Emporia Roberta Briles Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon. Commerce Club, J " jl ' W .• . jj L Omega. Pi Omega Pi . iT H " P5 L. Robert D. Buckner Hutchinson ■rPJll Ti m Sigma Phi Epsilon Lila Lee Budge St. John Elementary Club 5ft Mi «4e JUNIORS ZJke Cladt Frank E. Butin Chanute Wesley Foundation Duane E. Carmichael .... Sedgwick Robert Cartmill Wellington ,- | P» KP Sigma Phi Epsilon. K-CIub William M. Christian Lai Phi Sigma Epsilon. K-CIub Keith Christner Hutchinson John W. Clifford Emporia Xi Pin, Kappa Delta Pi. Who ' s Who. Editor 7 ne Bulletin Mr% ' ' " Lois Elaine Colberg Lyo?is Winnetaska. Elementary Club. Wesley V Foundation. Y.W.C.A. ■$fflk Howard L. Collett Marion Ma. 9 ji Phi Sigma Epsilon J p Carol Adam Collins Emporia (|j Alpna Sigma Alpha 4 W Seymour Coman Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma. Commerce Club Murlyn Dean Conover . . . . lola N J Alpha Kappa Lambda m ' II m Lawrence E. Cook Win tela Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club Donna Elaine Cowan Emporia Collegiate 4-H Club, French Club. Spanish Club Covert C. Cranweli Lyndon A Kappa Mu Epsilon k. kf LeRoy Crist Olpc . Alpha Kappa Lambda, Y.M.C.A. Iris Ruby ' Daniel Clifton Sphinx Lewis Lee Domingo Hutchinson Sigma Tau Gamma x ■+£ Mollie Beckett Dudgeon . . Gieensourg Winnetaska Band ( horus, I nsembh i ESssHHSP Singers, Omega. Sigma Alpha Iota. Or chestra. Student Council Mary Beth Duncan Subletta Cominerce Club, Home Economics Club Raymond D. Eccles Grialey Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Club. Mu Epsilon Nu, Lambda Delta Lambda, Science Club All Mary Camille Engle Abilene of 1952 DL ClaM of 1952 M+ kA JUNIORS Darrell D. English . . . Bonner Springs F.T.A.. Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Delta, Social Science Club. Wesley Foundation Don Lee Farmer Florence Alpha Kappa Lambda, Commerce Club Mary E. Farmer Fall River Mathematics Club Charles N. Francis . . . Winsted, Conn. Kappa Sigma Epsilon Ernest Franzone . . Fast Greenwich, R. 1. Kappa Sigma Epsilon Mary Helen Frazer .... McPherson Band. Orchestra. Symphonic Cliorus. Tre ble Clef. YY ' innelaska Don L. French Newton Jack L. Freund Atchison Elmer James Gatz McPherson Edward David Gauchan .... Reading Sigma Phi Epsilon Mildred W. Golden Emporia W ' innetaska. F.T.A. Mary Lou Gordon Eureka Marcelee G. Gralapp Sally Grassberger Elementary Club Gilbert A. Green Science Club . Winfield Kansas City Walen ' ille Robert H. Greenlee Emporia Eugene Gregg Emporia Goldabelle Noland Gregg . . Dodge City Winnetaska William D. Grimes Barnard Phi Sigma Epsilon Pattie Groendycke . . . Medicine Lodge F.T.A. . Winnetaska Barbara Joan Groh Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club. Sig- ma Pi Sigma 58 JUNIORS iJke C ladd of 1952 Mary Ann Grundmeier .... Latimer Alpha Theta Rho. Kappa Delta Pi Charles E. Haines Chanute Sigma Phi Epsilon Delores Ann Harder Bun-ton F.T.A. rED Harder liutthni j M MMUMi I ' lii Sigma I psilon l ( lub i ff „ H L. H Wilmer G. Harvey .... Kansas City Band. Chorus, Mu Epsilon Xii. Wesley Foundation Doris Virginia Hearn Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Sigma Pi Sigma Betty " Voran Heibert Kinsley Mm Pi Kappa Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma W J Bessie Helmley Kiowa Winnetaska, Home Economics Club, Y.W.C.A. I k I li nnington Arkansas it} PItt., «t jBf MWS " | i W JB I Phyllis Ann Henry W ' injield V V ' W fi| I v fl Sigma Sigma Sigma, Band. Chorus, En- semble Singers, Orchestra. Sigma Alpha Iota Victor F. Hoffman Hoisington M £- „ At Newman ( [ub iWJW k V ttt Darrell B. Hogg Delplios Sigma Tau Gamma, F.T.A. g jg. jgi -9| ' l - f Gordon W. Holm Goddard k a B? y--- Ned L.Hoover Cottonwood Falls Bk " ! Jr k Sigma Phi Epsilon , A MSP " ■ Jffl Robert Lee Howard Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, Pi Kappa Delta, Speakers Bureau, Student Council, Xi Phi Jack P. Huckabay Hiawatha I aC ' " " j$ MSwM Mona Jean Hughes .... Kansas City Ay$k. ' ' - ' tKf M Sigma Sigma Sigma, Elementary Club, i t " ■ Sigma Pi Sigma i " flk jflm Mm I Samuel A. Hutchinson . . . Burlington Doris B. Johnson Greaf Bend Winnetaska, Home Economics Club, ...k J i W -» s Y.W.C.A. John Norman Johnson .... Osage City Sigma Tau Gamma Martha Louise Jones Emporia k k—. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club, Home Economics Club 39 - I lie Class of 1952 JUNIORS -• ' Philip E. Jones Emporia Guv B. Kerns Emporia Alpha Kappa Lambda, Science Club Eugene J. Kettner Madison Cliorus. Inter-Faith Council, F.T.A., Kappa Delta Pi, Social Science Club Barbara Kitts Emporia Winnetaska Helen R. Kleile Chase Alpha Sigma 1 au, Emporia State Players, Sphinx Robert J. Klotz Junction City Sigma Phi Epsilon. K-CIub, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda. Mathe- matics Club James E. Knight Garden City Randall Knox Clianute Phi Delta Chi Elizabeth Koch Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Delta Pi, Lambda Delta Lambda, Omega Roy Dean Krause Hutchinson Sigma Phi Epsilon Harry E. LaCerte Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Fay Lambert Douglaston, N. Y. Sigma Sigma Sigma. Alpha Theta Rho John H. Leake Emporia French Club. Chorus. Men s Glee Club Frederick F. Leeney . . . Winslec , Conn. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Epsilon Pi Tau Nolan Hugh Lewick Lincoln Phi Sigma Epsilon, K-CIub Elva Mae Libben Glasco Delta Sigma Epsilon, Inter-Faith Council, Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa Mu Epsilon. Lamb- da Delta Lambda, Science Club. Xi Phi, Omega, Y.W.C.A., Mathematics Club Melvin Lightcap Emporia Commerce Club. Collegiate 4-H Club Robert Long Emporia Alpha Kappa Lambda Leonard Lewis Love Eureka Alpha Kappa Lambda Thomas Carl Lynde Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Tillie Jo Lyons Eureka Alpha Sigma Tau. Pan-Hellenic Council, Physical Education Club, W.R.A. 40 JUNIORS ZJke ClaM of 1952 Geraldine McConkey Topeha ff b m-j ) Winnetaska. Elementary Club, Wesley Foundation, Y.W.C.A. Peggy L.ouise McNelty Lyons Sigma Sigma Sigma Benjamin M. McReynolds . . . Columbus Kappa Sigma Epsilon. K-CIub flL - Jlte Lottie B. Mc 7 herter Emporia Hk A Ik .. k W- j i ' Delia Sigma Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Lambda Delta Lambda, Science Club, Y.W.C.A. Fred A. Markowitz Emporia Pbi Sigma Epsilon, Inter-Fraternitv Conn- cil. K-CIub 1 Robert L. Matthews .... Tonganoxie ,5f «P mSk Wesley Foundation. Y.M.C.A. —..- HA Otha Carol Mayes Madison Delta Sigma Epsilon. Commerce Club. Pan-Hellenic Council. Pi Omega Pi, Spbinx Franz P. Mercado .... La Paz, Bolivia Y.M.C.A. Rosemary Merrivveather .... Lansing Llome Economics Club, Physical Education Club, Spbinx, Wesley Foundation Betty Jo Morgan Herington Alpha Sigma Tan, F.T.A., Newman Club Edwin A. Muckenthaler .... Paxico Mu Epsilon Nu, Newman Club Ann Mueldener Lyons Sigma Sigma Sigma, Spbinx. Student Council. Xi Pbi N. E. Nehoray Teheran, Iran French Club, Science Club William G. Nelson Chanute William G. Nelson Topeha Alpha Kappa Lambda Joe Neufeld New York, N. Y. Kappa Sigma Epsilon Martha Newcomb Topeha Gavonna Jean Newcomer .... Emporia Elementary Club, F.l .A., Radio Club, Sphinx, Sigma Pi Sigma, Y.W.C.A. Carolyn Newman Virgil F.T.A., Physical Education Club Frank Newman Kansas City ■ LJ Alpha Phi Omega ft Carol Dean Nicholson Oxford Mu Epsilon Nu, Commerce Club Olxe CLiA of 1952 JUNIORS Harold D. Nuffer Emporia Sigma Tan Gamma, Alpha Plii Omega Phyllis Ott Garnetl Mathematics Club, Science Club Sherman J. Ovler. Jr Wellington Phi Sigma Epsilon, Social Science Club Sarondo Michael Panesis . Port Jervis. N. Y. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. K-CIub Ann Parks Montezuma F.T.A. Henry J. Patterson Newton Phi Sigma Epsilon. Elementary Club Marilyn Patterson Coffeyville Alpha Sigma Alpha. Symphonic Chorus, Treble Clef Ray G. Payton Ellsworth Phi Sigma Epsilon Charlcie Mae Pennell .... Syracuse Band. Commerce Club, F.T.A.. Pi Omega Pi, Wesley Foundation Edward E. Pennington .... Emporia Commerce Club John B. Perkins McCune Charles R. Peters . . . Wesl ieM. IV. • Jacqueline Ray Lewis Pi Kappa Sigma Nancy P. Reddoch . . . Kansas City, Mo. Lloyd Dell Reed Towancla Evelyn Jane Rees Emporia Winnetaska. Beta Beta Beta. Physical Edu- cation Club, W.R.A. Everett J. Rees Emporia Commerce Club, Sphinx Virgil Paul Reid Benton Sigma Phi Epsilon Jo Anna Riegle Emporia Kappa Delta Pi, Orchestra. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Symphonic Chorus, Sigma Alpha Iota, Xi Phi, Omega, Who ' s Who. Junior Class President Alice M. Robbins Coldwaler Arthur W. Ross Eshridge 42 JUNIORS Jke C laSd of 1952 Jim ML Roth Emporia Sigma Phi Epsilon Alvin N. Rusk Wellington Sigma Phi Epsilon. Kappa Mu Epsilon. Lambda Delta Lambda, Science Club w w- Ronald D. Russell Emporia £°- ;l Commerce Club . k% flR Joseph L. Sauder Gridley George J. Scherrer . . Floral Park. N. Y. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Commerce Club Newman Club John D. Schrock .... Hutchinson W t Sigma Phi Epsilon, Commerce Club 1kw!»r , S " N Lawrence Schwendiman Hillsboro fcr ' B J L Mu Epsilon Nu, Mathematics Club. Radio 2 M .at B HBtMHW Club Barbara Scott Lamed Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sphinx Donna Sellers Hutchinson Rhythmic Circle, Y.W.C.A. Kenneth Y. Shaw Newton ■ »J , W V « »J Mu Epsilon Nu " " y W ' •l Joyce Mae Sheridan Clements 0H v i W Pi Kappa Sigma, Home Economics Club, Sigma Pi Sigma Orilton L. Shumate .... Kansas City Upha Phi Omega ' f .« , F ftV — Frank M. Sidorfsky Bartlesville, Ohla. I ,» BT Alpha Kappa Lambda, Phi Mu Alpha. XC ' (L Kappa I )elta Pi, French Club, Band, Or- «3mL Hbr En chestra. Chorus . K jflaBl Wft | Henry E. Simmons Wauony Carol Ann Smethers Eureka Alpha Sigma Tau, Commerce Club. F.T.A.. Home Economics Club. Pi Omega j ■ ■ •■ ' D- Elsie Leona Smith Parke YVinnelaska, Band, Chorus, Science Club Gwendolyn Smith Emporia Winnetasha. Y.W.C.A. Jack South Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma Robert Stapleford Eureka Science Club, Social Science Club fc. " y te Jerry Lee Stegman Lincoln ■ t w J x f ' - ' ' E Phi Sigma Epsilon J + fl Hgk, w f Mildred Irene Stone Had dam |||| F-T.A. Bbk 43 " IS 1 Dlie CL S of 1952 JUNIORS Gary J. Stroud Chanute m9!$Bmt jfl Bk Sigma I ' ll I F Vernon J. Switzer Gridley ■ - r 0 y Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lamb- ; V da Delta Lambda, Mathematics Club y M -«r- ' " v Lawrence F. Thornton .... Emporia Mi fr " . jlfcir ' fe Kappa Sigma I psilon HI fl H £ : : M m m Ufi H, M Donald R. Pucker Emporia Pbi Sigma Epsilon Edwin Lee Van Sickle Emporia Phi Delta Chi Jeanne Waldvogel .... Kansas City Delta Sigma Epsilon. F.T.A., Sigma Pi tS jf Sigma, Sphinx Club otmB Darleni Webb McPherson I mw MM. IB Sigma Pi Sigma Glenda M. Wells Kansas City Sigma Sigma Sigma, Emporia State Players, Radio Club l Cornelius E. White Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma t g H h Shirley Whitworth Sedan .. ml 1 mSKm Hn Alpha Sig Pau, Commerce Club Frank R. W.lde Elmont, N. Y. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, K-Club Venice Wilhoite Paola fUfc.. David Lloyd Wilkie . Independence, Mo. Mu Epsilon Nu, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lamb- da Delta Lambda. Mathematics Club, 69 Sphinx , H John R. Wilks Emporia Emporia State Players, Radio Club m m K ■ John K. Williams Wellington jf W Naf Robert Wayne W ' ilson .... Emporia j—W I mm Jmmjp Am Alpha Sigma Tau, Emporia State Players. ' Jfl MB flHTI- Mm Home Economics Club, Radio Club. William H. Wunder LaCrosse Sigma Tau Gamma, Commerce Club Pictured here are president, Mahlon Porter; vice-president, Keith Clark; and secretary, Reita Sargent. The Sophomores, in their second year of college life, formed a class of 296 students, second in size only to trie Freshman class. A group of waterlogged second-year stu- dents battled against overpowering numbers in the classic pressure-hose contest held on the esplanade in front of the Administration building, but were forced to abandon sta- tions by determined freshmen. Another activity in which the class partici- pated was sponsoring the annual all-school Christmas party. Committees appointed were: Entertainment. Tom Curry; decorations, Anita Dalquest; publicity, Reita Sar- gent and Jack Huclcabay. Sponsors this year were Allan H. Albert of the mathematics department and Homer Davey, Student Union manager. e5e are Ok the T omored 45 Cakol Alexander Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Splash Club Eloise Allen Kansas City, Mo. (H KI IS AnI ' IMSS (.11,1 lied l iffi Mu I :, sil..n Nu. Science Club v LlLA Andrews Cottonwood Fells W - mF 4 SL - - Constance Baber Garden City - - Winnetaska Helen Joan Bader LeRoy (Bk WL jfj " - Elementary Club. F.T.A.. Yinnctaska JM M ■ t WJa w[ ■-■ ■ ' W m ' vr Commerce Club V Robert Dean Banister Emporia fc T MJ Alpha Kappa Lambda. K-Club Edward F. Baranoski . . . Brooklyn. N. Y. Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Newman Club Joe E. Beck Emporia Alpl ia Kappa Lambda Eon r- 1T « Pfc IM fe. W H - dward Brooks decker Cmporia ' • . ■ y v I Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon. h . • Matbematics Club. Science Club Dor,s Beckett U, C Alpha Sigma Tau. Home Economics Club. , flHifl mMM Sigma Pi Sigma. Sphinx Carvle Bender Ellsworth Rhythmic Circle. Splash Club Wanda Bernitz Endora Thela Sigma Upsilon, Radio Club. Sigma Marvin Eugene Biggs AIL;, ' P I . M JM k k Patricia Bird Winfidd I Janice Blackhall Sterling Beth Blood W ' injiM m i c -r 9 ' H ■■■■■ Alpha Sigma Tau HL , f KL jg IS Barbara Bollinger Topeko Bl I V Sigma Sigma Sigma. Elementary Club Betty Lou Bortz Plains Pi Kappa Sigma. Home Economics Club Jeannette Brandt Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon. Commerce Club Joseph A. Branson Wicnita Sigma Tau Gamma I Sfe « M JF " ■ " , ' -gS Shirley Brennan Emporia | £■ +■ VB ,— Irene Briggs Sedgwick 1 VJ ftk 8 - " W ' innetaska. Home Economics Club. Sigma |k ' " Alpha Iota. Symphonic Chorus. Treble Clef kEL. Hk Mfe SOPHOMORES L C tJJ o 1953 46 Virginia Brux Heringlon Alpha Sigma Alpha. Commerce Club Joan Marie Brockelhan .... Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon, Splash Club John P. Brockhouse Emporia Sigma Phi Epsilon Harry Brown Hartford Robert Brown ... Greenville, N. Car. Ralph Brumback Wicfiila Sigma Phi Epsilon Martha Mai. Birch Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Commerce Club Robert L. Burns Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma. Phi Mu Alpha Eugene Busse . . . Arlington Heights, 111. Sigma Tau Gamma, Social Science Club Betty Campbell Bethel Winnetaska, Chorus. Pi Kappa Delta. Omega. W ' .R.A. George Wm. Campbell .... Fori Scott Dorothy Carson Hamilton Physical Education CIul Ila Mae Clark Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Commerce Club Kathleen Clark Winjield Physical Eh,,., lion (Jul, Keith H. Clark Strong City Sigma Phi Epsilon. K-Club Paul R. Clark Atchison Patricia Ann Cleary . . Council Bluffs, la. Delia Sigma Epsilon. Commerce Club. New- ( lob Rosemary Ann Cobble .... Winfield Alpha Sigma Tau. Commerce Club. Physical Education Club. Sigma Pi Sigma Robert E. Coleman Garneit Sigma Tau Gamma Jane Connelly Elmdale Delta Sigma Epsilon. F.T.A.. Sphinx Marilyn Louise Cook Wichita F.T.A.. Sphinx Ronald Cowan .... Los Angeles, Calif. Phi Delta Chi, K-Club Constance Creswell . ... El Dorado Patricia Crowe Russell Delta Sigma Epsilon. F.T.A.. Newman Club. Sigma Pi Sigma. Sphinx ZJke C iadS of 1953 47 SOPHOMORES Thomas E. Curry Hamilton Sigma Phi Epsilon Charles Cusec Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Norma Lea Dahlberg . . Cottonwood Falls Alpha Sigma Alpha. E.T.A.. Elementary Anita Dahlquest Wdsey H «BM J . Wi " Ww Winnetaska. Collegiate -4-H Club. I [ome J g V Economics Cluh. Pi Kappa Delta. Radio - ! ' WHA Mt - l V A. Club. Social Science Cluh Bob Joe Darnell Eureka Sigma Phi Epsilon Doris Marietta Davis Holcomh r ■■ • » ■ A • .. Br » « 4| Winnetaska. Science Club. Y.W.C.A. L Patricia Ann Davis Ollau-a M L m Elementary Club " jK Dixie L.Day . Lost Springs W Ilk Alpha Sigma Alpha, Elementary Club. F.T.A. mun g ■ Darleen Deitrich Emporia j B 9| Alpha Sigma Alpha. F.T.A. Richard R. Dennis DougJoss Phi Sigma Epsilon JU I | Millard F. Denny Bur inaume t L. (f H Banc!. Radio Cluh IT ' " . A ' : gSfW fl H T M L. £v jfl HMr H H y £1 Sigma Tau Gamma William J. Dick Emporia P JE 9 B Mr Sigma Tau Gamma ) Jf fc " « Wilma Josephine Diller Al unla ? % « , , % " " S V " Anthony D ' Ovid.o . . Bound Brook, N. . -■ ! 1 A Will.am Dudley Clay Center J % " V. Victor L. Dumond Emporia Hn fek. H Alpha Kappa Lambda Mi . ' . -• Jack Eugene Everton Kinsley SSwIH Phi Sigma Epsilon Br Sigma Tau Gamma. Emporia State Players. - J3L Radio Club j Arthur L. Fabrizius Wakeeney Alpha Kappa Lambda Barbara Fankhauser Emporia ,-i MT fl Delta Sigma Epsilon. Y.W.C.A. ' A M Richard Eugene Fay Emporii Sigma Tau Gamma, Pi Kappa Delta Carol Ferguson Council Grow Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma P. Sigma. Ele- mentary Club j$ . John Wm. Field Wichita . H " W ' " " " Kappa Sigma Epsilon W , i ' Aw ■i Leona Fischer Seward Aw M J r fe J Winnetaska, Y.W.C.A. tff ' ..„«Ji % J A M J A I SOPHOMORES Jke Cla33 of 1953 48 Lynette Fischer Seward Winnetaska Alfred Fitzgerald Ness Ci(y Phi Sigma Epsilon MerrelD. Flair Montezuma Phi Sigma Epsilon. Ensemble Singers. Phi Mu Alpha Albert K. Foster Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma Robert Dale Francis Emporia Alpha Kappa Lambda. Wesley Foundation Ronald H. Fredrickson . . Osage Cily Mu Epsilon Nu, Inter-Faith Council. Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship. Wesley Foun- dation Bill Freeman Burlington Phi Sigma Epsilon, K-CIub Richard C. Furman Newton LoisGalutia Miller Pauline Gilman Leavenworth Barbara Good Gridiey Elementary Club Patricia Jean Gordon Olaihe Science Club Shirley Sue Gordon Eureka Elementary Club. F.T.A. Lou Ann Graham Narka L. Melvin GranER Effingham Mu Epsilon Nu. Band. Phi Mu Alpha. Wesley Foundation Judy Graves Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma Lovilla June Green Loring Winnetaska, Collegiate 4-H Club Iva Elaine Griffin Burlington Winnetaska, Collegiate 4-H Club, Com- merce Club Dale Grimsley Amen ' cus Elma Leigh Groendycke . . Medicine Lodge Winnetaska Barbara Gum Kingsdown Winnetaska. F.T.A., Sigma Pi Sigma Robert D.Guy Gore Mu Epsilon Nu. Band Mary Ann Haffner Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha Earl Dean Hagcerty .... Great Bend Z)L CLss of 1953 SOPHOMORES 49 Alpha Sigma Alplu . F.T.A. Beverly Lee Harrison . . Pi Kappa Sigma. F.T.A. W.R.A Waldron ! Emporia Con meree CI ub A illiam E. Hatcher Phi Sigma Epsilon Emporia M Emporia Alph., Sigma Tau. Comn ereo Clu NoRVAL K. HeaRN . Sigma Phi Epsilon Emporia H. RVEY E. HEATON . R ,,h Center D, nald P. Henderson Sigma Tau Gamma. K-C uh Eureka St EPHEN HeNDERSON Phi Sigma Epsilon Lone I E .nsIIikpicii . Heringlon | Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigr ,a Pi Sig Velda Lee Hockett F.T.A. Levant Carl J. Hoffmans Sigma Phi Epsilon Emporia Iva Lee Hooper . Delta Sigma Epsil Delta F.T.A.. RusseH i Kappa II HOLD R. HoSEY Kappa Sigma Epsilo n. C . Medi mimene ine Lodge ZJuh Robert J. Hughes Sigma Phi Epsilon Emporia Bill Hunter . . Kappa Sigma Epsil ll,,h,,n Leonard Lee Hirst Kappa Sigma Epsilc Emporia Ri Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma Edna Carol Johnson . Alpha Sigma Tau. poria State Players Eler . . Lamson. Mo. .entary Cluh. Em- illiam Howard John Frenrh Chit, Spa Council, Y.M.C.A. SON lish Cluh. 1 clion City Her - Faith lo Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha ENDELL G. KaSSENS Emporia Patricia Keck . . Sigma Sigma Sigma Bar ,1. Rhytl Sedan mic Cir le SOPHOMORES Uke ( ia56 of 1953 50 RitaKemmerer Humholdt Alpha Sigma Alpha. Commerce Club. New- man Club Mary Lee Kiene Emporia Alpha Sigma Tau. Commerce Club. New- man Club Fred L. Kipp Pitfua Inter-Faith Council. K-Club, Newman Club Alvi.n I. Knalf Emporia Carol Jean Koch Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha Alice Joan Lam Moran Winnetaska, Band. Chorus. Omega. Sigma Alpha lota. Treble Clef William Dean Lemhon Oxford Phi Sigma Epsilon Sarah Leonard Osage Cify Elementary Club, F.T.A. Betty Jean Lewis Emporia Lewis Rodney Lewis Leho Sigma Tau Gamma. Commerce Club Maxine E. Lightcap Emporia Winnetaska, Commerce Club Catherine Ann Linehan .... Emporia Theta Sigma Upsilon. Newman Club Eva Jean Lonc Colionmood Falls Commerce Club Allan Dean Loomis Stafford Mu Epsilon Nu. Sphinx Margaret Joan Loomis Randall Sigma Pi Sigma. Commerce Club Jessie Louise Luke Solomon La Verne Rosetta Luthi .... Gridley Winnetaska Marilyn Mae Lynch Reading Mickey J. Lynde Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma Joanne McCabe Peabody Commerce Club James C. McCallion Garneii Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Alpha Pi Omega. Commerce Club. Radio Club Dolores McCoy Russell F.T.A.. Sigma Pi Sigma Patricia A. McCoy lola Winnetaska Bill K. McCrabb Oxford Phi Sigma Epsilon Jke Class of 1953 SOPHOMORES Gweneth E. McDonald .... Caldwell ««»i Maurice G. McEndree EoHarpe Mi, Epsilon Nu. Rhythmic Circle Mari lo McMillan RamUl W fc j 7 W 4 ? Sigma Alpha Iota. Sigma Pi Sigma. Treble «k tu Clef Margaret Ann McMullen . . Wakefield Alpha Sigma Tau. Sphinx Brian J. McVeigh . . Stewart Manor, N. V. Kappa Sigma Epsilon Jack L. Majors Haiti, ml « jg«| Epsilon Pi Tau SJP I » " Grover D. Manners Parsons Sfe JE» ' ' H ' S Robert Gene Markham . . . McPnerso Phi Sigma Epsilon SewelL W. MaSSEY, Ir Emporiii : Band. Chorus. Ensemble Singers. WVslrv Kathleen Markowitz Emporia . Alpha Sigma Alpha Bonnie Lou Matzen Viola M-n.Ar,.A.M,A«s E,.,,.,,;., ; fi j L. A Sigma Tau Gamma. Phi Mu Alpha Ronald Earl Merwin Emporia Kathfrim Mi-yer 0„„„v. Ill JP ' . Winnetaska, Sigma Alpha Iota kt.i s ' R JU JW ' " I •■ George M. Miller Lincoln , •, " « " Phi Sigma Epsilon K W Mk Joyce Ellin Miller . . . . Arkansas Oly S VI 4 A. AwM L . L k Sigma Sigma Sigma. Emporia State Pla " " ' " " Pi Kappa Delta Pauline Joyce Mili i r . . . hileu -at, i H$ N IKI -» - - i Winnetaska. Home Economics Club Tl Jh " -i. P . . . , i ' , Mr mm m- Everett L. Mi lsap Emporia ' - - " i. t». Shirley Marlene Moore Amerieus V H ' 4 ,i- Robert John Navrat M | jflij Jl ujMmt ' l Alpha Kappa Lambda Juanita Nelson Garden Oly Winnetaska. Elementary Club, Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship . Neosho Rapids . ' j l . Bur inalnn Sft jKF I HjIT | Shirley Elaine Nuffer . . Emporia . ' £$$ ft i y? 1 ' s " SOPHOMORES Zjlie Cla55 of 1953 52 ZJke L laSS of 1953 M.JoanOlm Emporia Delia Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma Eugene Otis Wi sey Lela Owen Emporia Commerce Club. Sigma Pi Sigma Lila Owen Emporia Sigma Pi Sigma Edgar Dale Parker Kansas City Alpha Kappa Lambda Mary Lee Parkman Emporia Sdence Club Helen Louise Parks . . Eureka F.T.A. R. Jeanne Patterson Neuron Winnetaska, Alpha Theta Rho, Inter-Var- sity Christian Fello up Shirley Jane Peck . Patricia Jean Platt . Lioera! . . Marion Sigma Sigma Sigma Mahlon E. Porter . Kappa Sigma Epsi K-Club Eva Marie Posey MinneoZo Delia Sigma Epsilon, Commerce Club .... Luray Commerce Club, Clyde D. Powell Radio Club Matfield Green . . . Eureka BurlB. Purkeypile Sign,., Tau Gamma Sally Jo Pyle Reading Alpha Sigma Tau. Commerce Club. Home Economics Club. Student Council William [ra Pyle Emporia Science Club JohnLRea .... . McPnerson Philip Lynn Reed Gametl Sigma Phi Epsilon Stanley Joe Reno Virgil Sigma Phi Epsilon Ro Jean Reynolds .... Arkansas City Sigma Sigma Sigma Lonn Richards Corhin Alpha Kappa Lambda, Band, Chorus. Phi Mu Alpha JoAnnRigsby Olpe Theta Sigma I ' psilon Vernon D. Ritter Marquette Alpha Kappa Lambda H. Virginia Robson Abilene F.T.A.. Winnetaska, Y.W.C.A. SOPHOMORES Robert L. Rodee Emporia I ' lii Sigma Epsilon Floyd A. Rowe DeSolo Sigma Phi Epsilon, Commerce CluL Barbara Rowland Marysville m - Pi Kappa Sigma. Pkysical Edi ion Club R.miHT E.Russell ... . . U„, R AmirM. Sarem Teheran, (ran Reita Sargent Westmoreland Alpka Sigma Tau. Rhythmic Circle. W.R.A. ' " " |j Robert E. Schaulis Clay Center Plti Sigma Epsilon Allan Duaine Schul .... McPherson Phi Sigma Epsilon Mar jorie Ann Schwarz .... Gypsum Pat Scott Emporia Frances Elaine Seeman Lamed Alpha Sigma Alpha. Commerce Club t fe?- f 1 Gerald L. Shadwick Empori Sigma Tau Gamma Vernm i a Shaw Quincy F.T.A.. Home Economics Clut j£. Pat L. Shields Emporia Ceeo Shuler Perryton, Tex. James Matthew Siehr En Mu Epsilon Nu .iA " BIW. ' ' : Albert A. S,ll Emporia LMW iMJBm—i Sigma Tau Gamma fcfc, Dale LeRoy Smith Emporia B Wk Kappa Mu Epsilon. Mathematics (Ink j P Science Clut Joseph Solis Kansas City Nancy Sue Spurlock .... Minneapolis . A Vl - t Alpha Sigma Alpha. F.T.A. 1 . ' M Elaine Staples Litem! Theta Sigma I Ipsilon, W.R.A. Lester R. Stapleton Alia Vislo Wesley Foundation Mary I-:. Starner Eu,M, L c25 ' I Omega. Radio Club. Splash Club " W J MM J£- I f , S- Robert Lee Stauffer Emporia H P Ak. SOPHOMORES iJlie ClaM of 1953 54 ZJke Cladd of 1953 Mary Catherine Steckman . Arkansas City Elementary Club, F.T.A. LaVelle Virgil Stonebraker . . Severy Sigma Tau Gamma Patricia Claire Strong Moran Winnetaska, Social Science Club Jack Sturgeon Emporia Plii Sigma Epsilon Margaret Terry Wichita Patsy Ann Thomas Newton Winnetaska. Rhythmic Circle. Splash Club, Physical Education Club. W.R.A. Marvin A. Thompson Emporia Mpli.i kopp.i I ii ml it hi Eileen Towner Emporia Winnetaska Jaws E. Travis Medicine Lodge Alpha Sigma Tau. Sigma Pi Sigma. Sphinx Arlene Ruth Viets Ames French Club. Inter-Faith Council. YW.C.A. Rosai I I Vim ini (amesknen Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma IoanM. Wacek Irving James Albert Walker Milan Kappa Sigma Epsilon LeannaWaln McPfierson Sigma Pi Sigma. W.R.A.. Physical Educa- tion Club Margaret M.Walsh Co Iyer Winnetaska. Chorus. Ensemble Singers Darlene Warren Eskrldge Alpha Sigma Alpha. Band. Chorus. Splash Club Ed John Warring Sedan Sigma Phi Epsilon Billie Dean Watts WinfieU Sigma Tau Gamma. Emporia State Players Virginia Wichert Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma MarleneWiens Lyons Alpha Sigma Tau Gayle Clara Wilson Abilene Sigma Sigma Sigma. Y.W.C.A. James Wilson Kinsley Kappa Sigma Epsilon Lois Jean Wincate Aflica Winnetaska. Home Economics Club James H. Winter Hulcfimson F.T.A. Polly L. Wood Kansas City Sigma Sigma Sigma. Inter-Faith Council. Splash Club Robert Harold Wright Kansas City, Mo. Sigma Tau Gamma Donald ElRoy Zimmerman . . Toronto Mu Epsilon Nu SOPHOMORES 55 Pictured here are president, Ralph Haiin: secretary. Carmen Dressler; and vice-president. Oliver Anderson. 51, 3, eSe are the redfomen The Freshmen, after a battery of mental and physical examinations in early September, emerged prepared to greet a full year of campus activities. Dignities were crushed briefly when domi- neering upperclassmen required lowly frosh to wear circu- lar pieces of cloth resembling inverted pancakes. These beanies were abandoned prematurely when the class was victorious over the sophomores in a fire hose battle. Comedy highlighted the freshman play. Out of the Frying Pan. Dr. Karl Bruder of the speech depart- ment directed the production. Pigtails and sneakers were in order February 1 7, when the annual freshman-sponsored Kid Party was held in the Student Union Ballroom. Committees appointed were publicity, Ina Lou Henry and Mary Starling; and decorations. Dale Seacat and Glenn Terry. Sponsors were Green D. Wyrich and Sam Stitt. 56 FRESHMEN iJlie Cla55 of 1954 James M. Abbey Columhu Kappa Sigma Epsilon |Wfe fr W L Francis Wayne Adams Yates Center 1 | a H VanEAdams ( ■■„ W m h ' ■ ?T» Us 45 T C CI h - -X- - -Je JeF " Rowena Lee Alexander .... Madison »- j|5r J , V JamesA.Allen Burton J | f l " m Kerns Allen AZanon Nancy Allen Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma Lois Marie Amerine Hazelton W ' innetaska J|F% " " ' V . ' : I f ■■■ " ' ■ « . Richard Gordon Ames Emporia ilia %| L. %■% - " S-T ' ¥ ' JF Harriet Mae Anderson . Hilo, Hawaii HK oflHn Mona Jean Anderson Coldwater I ■» Jj Elementary Club. Splash Clot Oliver Ray " Anderson En Sigma Tau Gamma F ' " ' V 1 " " Nancy Jane Ayers Blue Rapids fe " ?T - JB 5 - » 5 ! »J8 Vonita Renae Bailey Lyons IK, ifc. " C Delia Sigma Epsilon. F.T.A.. Band. W ' M ,,. n YA ; x t r JLI A ' J , TJ Doris Jean daird Emporia W ' innetaska Daniel B. Baker . . Stewart Manor, IV. Y. Kappa Sigma Epsilon ■a (££ -a Donna Baker . Cimarron ! ■ ™ " Alpha Sigma Tau. Ban ( l. Chorus tf 1 V Nita Lou Baker Wilmore J lJP 1 Vfe Pr A W ' innetaska. Wesley Foundation V r(fr I V ' B Wanda Mae Barb Augusta ™- ™ Boyd Dean Baxter .... Neosho Rapids Sigma Phi Epsilon Harold E. Bergsten, Jr Gridlev Joyce B.rney BucUin % f J ' " W V r Sk-J M 5 . Alpha Sigma Alpha «J| 9 % Joann Lee Bishop Gypsum ' v I k. » FTA %B Bk Mm Shirley Bookwalter Halstead Harold W! Boone Madison Marian Boroughs Lyons Tt WIM t " P- Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. Splash Club H " .: Merle Braden Eureka Kappa Sigma Epsilon Sally L. Briggs Wichita Alpha Sigma Alpha. Physical Education Club. Splash Club 57 OL CLas of 1954 ■ . . . FRESHMEN Jean Carr Bright Emporia Home Economics Club Robert C. Brooksher Edgerton Clarence Dale Brown . . Minneapolis Chorus. F.T.A. Jack Edward Brown Gridley Sigma Phi Epsilon Norma Lee Brown Colby Alpha Sigma Tau. Physical Education Club. Splash Club Wallace Brown Emporia Carlyn Ann Burcham Abilene Jerry C. Bl rc.ett Hutchinson Sigma Phi Epsilon Beverly Burns Garnet! Winnetaska Joe Caldwell Madison Lenora Kathleen Calvert .... Lebo Winnetaska. Collegiate -4-H Club Joseph S. Cantrell Parker Patsy Ann Chapman WinfieU Alpha Sigma Tau. Commerce Club Beatrice May Childers . Junction City Rhythmic Circle. Physical Education Club Alice Mae Clark Rose Opal D.Clark Mayjield William N. Cleveland . . Council Grope Band. Spanish Club Marilyn Clevencer Kingsdomn Ensemble Singers Virginia Lou Coil Burrton Sigma Sigma Sigma Colleen Jeanette Cole .... Emporia Margaret Joyce Colle Sterling Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma Bonnie June Collins Emporia Delores June Cook Cohhrater Winnetaska. Chorus Joan Marie Cook Osawatomie Dona Mae Cormack Abilene Royce Kendell Crawford .... Lincoln Donald W. DaCosta . . Flora Park. N. Y. Jess Leonard Danner Emporia 58 FRESHMEN ZJhe C aJJ of 1954 Glenn G.Davis Emporia ■ L : ii fl flBB Pl i Leonard A. Davis Liberal P g T Frederick Gerry Day Emporia ■ ' Jf » fljp I «W 4 Nadine Deitrich Emporia - Cr " V ' " SB " v - UphaSig VIpka. Commerce Clut. Sigma H b ' ' k W A ; John E.Dillon Garden Cily . 8 . Mu Epsilon Nu. Inter-Faith Council jRsS fc Wanda Jean Disney Madison | Bruno M. Doganieri . . Bound Brook, N. J. fek -95 O M " W W Vt James Lee Downing Eureka , — jp . £- ?. 4;; :;, -l " Winnetaska, French Club, Ireblc Llet. Wesley Foundation Alberta Duncan Emporia Newman Club Donald D. Denning Chase wk " 1 B H ™ Steve Wayne Dunner Bern Maurice Gene Dutton .... Kingman Mu Epsilon Nu William A. Edwards Concordia Dolores Edwards Allen Home Economics Club Don P. Elmore Kansas City Kappa Sigma Epsilon f ° " ! % r ' ' «• Phyllis Joan Enders Lyons v " C— ■- ' l m " •C- " Winnetaska. Collegiate 4-H Club Phyllis Ann Esch Mo ine ' Jggk T ll A All Collegiate 4-H Club. Home Economic Club. ' ' -A- W : - Physical Education Club t KHH Sfii jtf!Hij8fc. m«i | bi EuDALEY ... ' .mpnriu .jMBBMt k. ' H HF M| Cs i Sigma Phi Epsilon ; |. Bj Bi K . " " " " 1 7 !fcr J Winton J. Ewing Manbote ■T f ' fl ! 2 Band. Orchestra Br " ? — ' ■ ' H, fc- 1 ' , « Nancy Lee Fate Concordia U Alpha Sigma Alpha Robert E. Faust Emporia Clifford M. Ferrin BucrIu, Charles Eugene Field Wic iila Ifc AP Jim E. Fisher Cedar Poini E l " fl ■(!! Marjorie Flatt Kansas Ciiy Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma Edwin Florf.s .... San ose. Casln Rica WiSi -- - E B Commerce Clufc. Newman Club. Spanish | d| jft l 1 i« DL Class of 1954 .... FRESHMEN Donald R. Gadbery Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma. Wesley Foundation Margaret Ellen Gauchan . . . Reading Collegiate -1-H Club. Home Economies Club. Newman Club. Sigma Pi Sigma C Maxine Gibson Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha WynONA Jean GlFFORD .... Burlington Commerce Club Harold L. Goff Emporia Marjorie Ann Goodell .... Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon. Commerce Club. Y.W.C.A. I Frances Joan Gorman .... Chapman Norma Jean Griffiths .... Wnife City Donna May Grisell Emporia Beverly Groh Emporia Delta Sigma Epsilon. Radio Club. Sigma Pi Sigma. Y.W.C.A. Lucille Gustafson Osage Ciiy Tfe-- - W Homer Lee Hackett Osage Ciiy V m J fl Alice Mae Hacer . . . . CoflonirooJ Falls . B B Wesley Foundation. Winnelaska Norma Jean Haggard Concordia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Splash Club Ralph J. Hahn Emporia K-Club DonC. Hankins Co fcy J Sigma Phi Epsilon Myron M Hankins Coity TriyaMalHarp Winjield Commerce Club Alma Pearl Harris Cimarron Georgia Harris Monle-uma Ensemble Singers. F.T.A. , Phyllis Jean Harris Greensburg Winnctaska Dorothy Ann Hendrickson Montezuma Winnelaska. Band. Chorus. Wesley Foun- dation James R. Henning Burlington Sue Ann Henning Emporia Ina Lou Henry Emporia Pi Kappa Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma Patricia Joann Herbert .... Emporia Patsy Rea Hett Marion I ' i Kappa Sigma KJ Donald Max Higdon Troy fc W 60 FRESHMEN ZJhe GladJ of 1954 Mary Natalie Hill Wamego Alpha Sigma Tau. Pl.vsi.al Education CIuL Barbara Jane Holm Hartford Winnctaska. Physical Education Cluh, Wes- ley Foundation V j $? " " ™ Jennie Holtsclaw El Dorado » JL • Jb ' Joan Canaday Hoover Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Commerce Cluh . A Bonnie Jean Horton . . Neosho Rapids William E. Hutchinson .... Dclavan Mu Epsilon Nu Donald W. Incwerson Bern Nancy June Jacgard Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma Dorothy Lee Jones Reading Alpha Sigma Tan John William Jones .... Leavenworth Mu Epsilon Nu. Band. Chorus Eldon R. Kapel Lin™ ' " Band - . Jesse J. Kapel . . . Linco ' .i J, J |H n, A (mxm Evelyn Darlene Kettner . . . Modi: Commerce Cluh. Chorus. F.T.A.. Gamma Jj KS . Delia. Soeial Science Club Betty Kippenberger Abilene Dolly Joann Kirk Bucku ' n Alpha Sigma Alpha. Rhythmic Circle Jfe V I | i W. Kirkpatrick . . Emporia % Jk - MM lanche Kittle . . N,W„„, V ' lllk ' - - " ' W il Neva Kleinhans Colby Radio Cluh. Social Science Cluh. Wesley Foundation Charles E. Krencer Abilene Martha Lois Krueger Emporia Barbara Jean LaBrant Emporia T " MF Betty Joan LaBrant Emporia W |flfl. ■ ' Evelyn Lady Aoiiene i, fl Sbt ftk I Alpha Sigma Alpha. Rhythmic Circle. Splash Cluh Norma Jean Lamb Americus Myra IaneLamont Turon F.T.A.. Newman Cluh Joyce Leiss Greensourg Winnetaska Norma Jane Lennincer .... Harm lor, j|frri| MM . ' CJ Alpha Sigma Tau. Newman Cluh. Sphinx. Si " ma Pi Sinma 61 :!■ OL CLss of 1954 FRESHMEN William Walker Ltnde Robert C. Long . . Ina Fay Ludlow . DoRO ' nn Yates Center . . . Lefeo . WinlieU Lyda MacksvilU Jo Ann McClelland Topeka Alpha Sigma Alpha, Elementary Club. En- semble Singers Jerre Ann McComas Topeka Bobbie R. McCoy Russell Dixie Lee McCullough .... Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Commerce Club Martha M. McCurry Wichita Darrell Y. McDermed .... Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma Barbara McGill Emporia Noel Patrick McGregor .... Buffalo Beverly McNulty Abilene Jo Ann McKain Hoisingfon DonMadole Winfield Phi Sigma Epsilon. Student Council, Men ' s Quarte t Donna Lea Mahon Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Rhythmic Circle. Sig- ma Pi Sigma Beverly A. Markle Emporia Pi Kappa Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma Billy Neal Martin Troy Sigma Tau Gamma Wynona Marty BelUille Band, Elementary Club Wilda Roth May .... Council Grope Richard Mayes Emporia Eva May Meredith Plainville Winnetaska Donna Miesse Marion Pi Kappa Sigma Charlotte Arlene Miller . Ml. Vernon. Mo. Alpha Sigma Alpha Martha Jane Mings Burlingame Commerce Club Nancy Alice Mohn Ellimvood Alpha Sigma Alpha, Elementary Club Melba Irene Morton Sepery Patricia Helen Murphy . . function City Alpha Sigma Alpha. F.T.A. 62 FRESHMEN Dke CLiS of 1954 Phyllis Marie Nagely F.T.A. Alice Mary Needels Emporia Newman Club Said Xehorayan Teliertm, Iran Dorothy Jane Nelwirth . . . Lost Springs Home Economics Club. Newman Club Lischia Ann Newcomer .... Emporia Home Economics Club. Radio Club. Sphinx. Y.W.C.A. Mary Fern Nielsen Dunlap John W. Noonan . . . Floral Park. N. V. Florence North Sa fordrifle Winnetaska Xyla Lee Norton . John A. Notheis Henry Lloyd Olson Elmer Mathew Ott . . Auguslo Elmonl, X. V. . . Eureka . . Lamonl Dominic J. Pasqlariello . Flora! Pari;. . V Maria Pedre Matauzas, Culm Elton E. Petersen Marion Robert C Peterson Deletion Wesley Foundation Frances Elaine Phillips Virail Keulan Russell Phillips .... Lamonl Jane Pierson Emporia Alpna Sigma Alpba Donna Lee Pinon Florence Beverly Ann Pogue .... Minneapolis Alpha Sigma Alpba. F.T.A. JoAnn Doll Porter Luray Alpba Sigma Alpba David Lee Pyle Reading Sigma Phi Epsilon Charles B. Reid Benton Sigma Phi Epsilon Donna Reinders Marysrille Pi Kappa Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma OrphaGleeRemer Burlington Band. Elementary Club Shirley Rensch Liberal Sigma Sigma Sigma. Splash Club. Sigma Pi Sigma Madely ' n Reznicek Losi Springs Winnetaska. Inter-Faith Council. Newman Club 65 Oke CLii of 1954 V ) Sink. L . . . FRESHMEN Donald Edwin Riley Virgil Sigma Pki Epsilon Gloria Ann Roberts .... Strong City Winnetaska Juanita Robertson Richmond Evelyn Alice Roeckers .... Richmond Patricia Rossillon Olpc Delta Sigma Epsilon. Ensemble Singers, Newman Club. Sigma Pi Sigma Ronald Rothfelder Emporia Sigma Pbi Epsilon Wilm a Frances Ryan LaCrosse Helen Sanders Canton Winnetaska Don D. Satzler Burlingame Julia Ann Sauder Emporia Home Economics Club Xorma June Schaefer ..... Emporia Alice Nadine Schrader 0!ii el Delbert Schroeder Oiit ' et Dale N. Seacat BucRun Sigma Tau Gamma. Band Jean Semisch Leon Home Economics Club Bruce Sexton Afciiene Jerry ' Shaft Hutchinson Carolee Shoebrook Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha. Band Robert D. Shumaker Atchison Forrest D. Skidmore .... Osage City Mu Epsilon Nu Avis Rita Smith Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma. Wesley Foundation Marjorie Smith Reece William Dale Smith Eureka William L. Smith Miller Leonard N. Sowers Americus Huetta Spafford Be er: ' l e Chorus. Physical Education Club Beverly Jean Springer Abilene Marilyn Squires Edqerton Winnetaska 64 FRESHMEN Dlie Cia66 of 1954 Mary Starling Emporia Winnetaska, Wesley Foundation Heide Steinle Burlingame Commerce Club Robert V. Stinson Emporia Pegcy Stoops Hugoton ' • " ■» — 588 jgHraHKfl James C. Stultz Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Conrad C. Swope Yales Cenlpr Glenn Thomas T i i. Un nM . ■ J0 i SOKm Y«»-- ' Tau Gamma B l B J f! ' Henry E.Tharp Win ieU " P " fl " " " ' J Mu Epsilon Nu, Collegiale -4-H Club Edwin J. Thill Marlison Howard LeRoy Thomas Eeko Sigma Tau Gamma James Allen Thomas Ta 3 Lo Sioma Tau Gamma Bern.ceTimmons . . Smlft Center J 4 J| Joan Tobjn Emporia Alpha Sigma Tau. Commerce Club. New- man Club George E. Traskowsky .... Woocifcim ' Donna Turner Wir iiln B ' ■■ " 1 ' mj . Charlene Kay Ulsh Topeha Jeanne Vantuyl Pcabocly Doris Xadine Veal Burdiclz JeanVicneron Osage City . ' . ' ■ ' Hnk. jJmB BS B Jl l " Commerce Club . B WiHb ■-;{,. ' . J9H A l 3bh Jacqueline Vicola Osage Cily M — . i ,1 2? j Sigma Sigma Sigma. Radio Club Charles E. Vining Kansas Cily Jerri Lu Wakefield EshriJge Alpha Sigma Alpha Patricia Ann Waldron Ncwlnn Sigma Sigma Sigma. Treble Clef « ■ B " ; St Iernard Keith Waldrop . Emporia ' l. fe ' iMI " ' ™ v JJ ' CT J (Lene Walters Allien » k 3 ' Dorothy Jean Ward Moune LeRoy Warkentin Inman 65 Dke Ciaii of 1954 l ;j . . . FRESHMEN Mary lo Warren Anthony Band. PKysical Education Club. Splash Club. Wesley Foundation Mary Kathern Warren Sedan Pi Kappa Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma Mary Ann Waters Emporia John D. White Clay Center Sigma Phi Epsilon Donald K. Whitehead Gridley Don F. Wieland Emporia Alpha Kappa Lambda. Student Council Hazel Wilhite Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Commerce Club. Sigma Pi Sigma Marilyn r Ruth Williams . . . . WaveAy Wesley Foundation Anita Joan Wilson Haviland Winnetaska. Y.W.C.A. Phyllis Ann Wilson Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma Fsther WlNSLOW Talmage Winnetaska Charles W.Wolff Parsons Mu Epsilon Nu Rowean Womochil Afeilene Frank A. Wood Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma Donald C. Woods MorrowviUe Millard R. Wren Wi liamsourg Mu Epsilon Nu Edward E. Wrench . New Hyde Park, N. Y. Sigma Phi Epsilon Bill Dean Wunsch Coddard Bob Eugene Wunsch Goddard Sigma Tau Gamma MakyWylli Ho ton Physical Education Club Cressie Mae Younc Clyde Winnetaska Della Elizabeth Young .... Sabeina Winnetaska. Band. Chorus. Orchestra. Wes- ley Foundation Phyllis P. K. Younc . . Honolulu, Hawaii Rahinatallah Youssefyeh . . Tefteran, Iran Florence Zane Proieclion 66 Kjruducite S tudents Glen L. Amend Cummings John Franklin Ames Emporia William B. Burrows Plain Cfiarlfs Casement Sedan John A Cheney Hutchinson Eugene Crawford Dodge Gly David Dubin New York. N. Y. Mu Epsilon Nu, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, Wesley Foundation Lois Duffy Crete, Nebr. John W. Eudaley Emporia Ronald J. Harrison . . . Collonmood Fan ' s Phi Sigma Epsilon Everett F. Henry Colony Irene Hogan Ml. Holly, N. . Conrad A. Kahler Winfie d Andrew G. Larsen Emporia Edward Perry Emporia Kappa Delta Pi. Lamhda Delta Lambda Willis Ratzlaff . . . . Cottonwood Falls Beta Beta Beta. Kappa Delta Pi Betty Irwin Roush Emporia Leo E. Scott Emporia Martin S.dener ........ Winfield IrmgardTitz Berlin. Germanv Sphinx Ed Tolle Emporia Richard C. Trimble Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon Hattie Waddell Emporia Alpha Theta Rho. Kappa Delta Pi John Ward Garden City Pi Gamma Mil. Pi Kappa Delta Richard Wm. W ' ilkie Emporia Gilbert F. Zwickl Emporia Beta Beta Beta. Emporia State Players. Kappa Delta Pi. Sphinx 67 Governor Edward F. Arn, LL. B., 1951, Kansas City University: admitted to Kansas bar, 950 Jne S tate of J c andad The Honorable Edward F. Arn is serving his first term as governor or Kansas. He was the state s attorney general from 19-17— 19, and associate justice of the Kansas Supreme Court at the time of his election. As governor, he heads all state institutions and appoints members to the state Board ol Regents, which is the actual administrative committee for the state colleges. The board elects its own chairman and has nine members. The chairman is Lester McCoy, and the secretary, Hubert Brighton. Other members are Jerry E. Driscoll. Walter Fees, Mrs. Elizabeth Haughey, Willis N. Kelly, Drew McLaughlin, Grover Poole, Dr. L. B. Spake, and Oscar S. Stauffer. 68 President David L. MacFarlane, B. A., 1916. S. T. B., 1917, Northwestern University; Ph. D., 1951, University of Edinburgh. Jhe J resident David L. MacFarlane as chief administrator of the col- lege is charged with the responsibilities of guiding the school s educational efforts to the benefit of Kansas young men and women. As president, he has the cooperation of the Administrative Council in carrying out the objectives of the school. This council is composed of heads of all depart- ments, the registrar, comptroller, extension director, and student personnel director. President MacFarlane is serving his sixth year as head of the college. Under his supervision, the long-awaited campus building program has been started and is now in full swing with the construction of the new library and girl s dormitory. Dr. James H. Buchanan Department of Education and Graduate Division Dr. John E. Jacobs Administrative Assistant Dr. Clifton B. Huff Director of Extension rdm In Is tra lion Serving as members of the Administrative Council for the College are the Administrative Assistant, the head oi the Graduate Division, the Director of Extension, the Registrar, the Comptroller. the Director of Student Personnel Services, and the heads of the sixteen departments in the College. Nathan P. Budd Registrar R. G. Cremer Comptroller 70 ' ill. Dr. George A. Comstock Director of Student Personnel Dr. Ruth Schillinger Dean of Women l he Student Personnel Office is concerned W ith the welfare of all persons enrolled for study on the campus. All social activities are coordinated through the offices of the Dean of Women and tlie Dean of Men. The Information Bureau handles general inquiries concerning the College, while the Placement Bureau is the contact agency between students and prospective employers. Credentials of all seniors are filed with the Placement Bureau. Victor T. Trusler Dean of Men Mrs. Nina Fish Acting Director of Placement Bureau H. D. Hollinger Bureau of Information 71 a eparunen v t htectds Dr. Claude E. Arnett, b.a.. m.a., ph.d. Department of Social Science E. L. Barnhart. B.S.. M.S. Department of Industrial Arts Dr. John Breukelman, b.a., M.S., ph.d. Department of Biology Dr. S. Winston Cram. b.a.. ph.d. Department of Physical Science Dr. Orville Eaton, b.s. ed.. m.s.. ph.d., b.l.s. Department o Library Science and College Librarian Norman R. Eppink, b.e.a., m.a. Department of Art Miss Edna McCullough, b.s. ed., m.s. Department of Women ' s Physical Education E. C McGill. b.s. ed., m.s. Department of Commerce Dr. Minnie Miller, b.s. ed., m.a., ph.d. Department of foreign Languages Dr. Oscar J. Peterson, b.a.. m.a., ph.d. Department of Mathematics Dr. George R. R. Pflaum, b.a., m.a., ph.d. Department of Speech Dr. Everett Rich, b.s. ed., m.a., ph.d. Department of English Dr. Robert M. Taylor, a.b.. a.m., m.m., ph.d. Department of Music F. G. Welch, b.s. ed., m.s. Department of Men ' s Physical Education Miss Kathryn Whitten, b.s., m.s. Department of Home Economics In i H ftp BP 1 ] H ispffe- pm srucult ' J F. U. G. Agrelius, Biology J. Riley Aiken, Foreign Languages Miss Annette Allison, Home Economics Dr. Rolland Alterman, Education Dr. Theodore F. Andrews, Biology Norman R. Ashbaugh, Industrial Arts Miss Vida Askew, English C. P. Baber, Librarian Emeritus Herman Baeiir, Commerce Dr. Weldon Baker, Chemistry Loy Banks, English Miss Jeanette Bigge, Education Dr. C. Stewart Boertman, Socio Science Merle E. Brooks, Biology Dr. Karl C. Bruder, Speech E. J. Calkins. Education Keith Caywood, Men ' s Physical Education Miss Jeanne Chesney, Women ' s Physical Education 73 3 zultu Miss Margaret Corrigan, Home Economics Denis Cowan, Music Mrs. Inez Cox, Library Science Alex A. Daughtry, Placement Miss Ann Davies, Music V. A. Davis, English Miss Rida Duckwall, Commerce Miss Harriet Elcock, Order Librarian Walter Elder, Commerce Everett Fish, Men ' s Physical Education Miss Irene Fox. Education Miss Ida Franz. Education Miss Jeanne Galley, Women ' s Pliysical Education C. F. Gladfelter, Biology Miss Anne Goebel, Education Dr. YV. H. Gray, Psychology Miss Irene Hansen, Library Science Miss Jean Gunderson, Music 74 . em I ' K fiHt -a . rctcult ' J Dr. LeRoy A. Harper, Men s Physical Education Charles Hendricks, Music Mrs. Irene Hendricks, Music V . C. Hiett, Commerce Miss Rosamond Hirschorn, Music Miss Ada Hodgson. Re|erence Librarian Dale Hogan, Industrial Arts Miss Faye Huffman. Laboratory School Libraries Miss Emma Humblf. Education Miss Judith Jacobs, Education Miss Yaleta Jeffrey. Education and Music Miss Irene Johnson, Music Miss Adelaide Kauzer. Commerce Mrs. Marjorie Kelly ' , Commerce Miss Mary Kretsinger, Arf Miss Gertrude Lemon, Extension Librarian Leopold Liegl, Music C. D. Long, Commerce 75 srucutt y Melvin Long. Men ' s Physical Education Miss Ida McCain, Foreign Languages Miss Alice McDonnell, Speech Raymond Mannoni. Music Charles Masten, Speech Alvin E. Morris. Education Dr. Orville Mosher, Social Science Miss Sally O ' Callaghan, Art and Education Ward Overholt, Physical Science Mark Pedigo, Men ' s Physical Education Virgil Person, Music Miss Olive Phelps. Education Miss Yonnie Ree Powell, Education Richard Roahen, English Raymond Russell, Commerce Dr. Merritt V. Sanders, Psychology A. D. Schmutz, Music Dr. H. E. Schrammel, Psychology 76 3 cultu Dr. William H. Seiler, Social Science Vernon Sheffield, Music Edwin L. Stuntzner, Music Dr. William C. Tremmel, Psychology Charles B. Tucker, Mathematics Clair K. Turner. Health Education Miss Esther Vander Velde. Catalog Librarian Stillman P. Vincent, Social Science Miss Pearl Yollrath, Education Miss Della Warden. Education Joseph J. Weigand, Music Darrell E. Wood, Education Harold O. Woods, Industrial Arts Miss Cynthia Wooster, Education Mrs. Dorothy Wyrick, Speech Green D. Wyrick. English Dr. Dale Zeller, Education 77 I u e (0 Bottom Row: Sckillinger, Angell, Woosl Mayes. Ballentine, Jokanning, Lyons. Fovv Top Row: Caywood, Leonard. Taylor. M dener. Robcrls. Officers: President. Dene Ballentine; secretary. Cynthia Johanning: and treasurer. Otha Carol Mayes. f an -J rellen Ic Council Pan-Hellenic Council forms the executive group for the sororities and is composed of two junior or senior represen- tatives from each organization. Its purpose is to create a more cooperative spirit among sororities and to establish and enforce rules concerning rushing. The annual intersorority formal this year was Cupid s Capers and was held February 9, in the Student Union Ballroom. A valentine motif was carried out in the decorations, which included large red hearts initialed with Greek letters denoting the sororities. Music was furnished by Bob Blum and his orchestra from Ottawa. During the intermission refreshments were served in the Hornet s Nest. The group is a member of the National Pan- Hellenic Council. This year, for the first time, an alumna member from each organization was selected to represent the alumnae of her organization on the council. Meetings were held once a month. Faculty sponsors were Dr. Ruth Schillinger and Miss Cynthia Wooster of the education department. 80 BoliomRou;: Fay. Trusler, Ludwig. Pugh, Boun. Hoffmans, Cropp. Top Row: Howard. Neufeld, Markovvitz, JoKn Officers: Chairman, Virgil Pugli: secretary. Jack Ludwig: and publicity. Bill Bout. Inter-Fraternity Council is the official governing body of the men s Greek organizations. . T. Trusler, Dean of Men, is sponsor of the group, which is composed of the president and an appointed representative of each fraternity. The presidency of the council rotates among the fraternity presidents. Virgil Pugh, Sigma Tau Gamma president, presided over the council this year. Meetings were called when questions or problems arose that were of interest to all the Fraternities. Jsnter- Council The most important objective of this year s council was to strive for closer union and more friendly attitudes among fraternities on the campus. The group dis- couraged pledge initiations held in public. The year found one member. Phi Delta Chi, joining Sigma Phi Epsilon. national social fraternity. The annual Inter-Fraternity " Easter Hop sponsored by the council was held March 16. Music was by The Counts. OFFICERS Doris Wells President Virginia I arr Vice -President Marcia Koch Treasurer Mary Jean Robbins Secretary Virginia Briix.... Corresponding Secretary Mary Beth Huebert Registrar Betty Jo Leonard Editor Gloria Harris Chaplain Dixie Day.-- - ....Intramural Manager Dene Ballentine Rita Kemmerer Rush Captains Arlphci iamu rlpka l p f ( T The ASA house at 929 West Street 5? 82 Top Rou ' : Ballentine. Birney. Biskop. Btiggs, Briix. Burcli. Canaday. Second Row: Childers, Collins. Datlterg. Day, D. Deitrich, N. Deitrick, Gibson. Third Row: Haffner. Harris. Hearn. Holtscl aw, Huebert, Karolik. Kemmerer. Fourth Row: Kirk, C. Koch. M. Koch. Lady, Leonard. Lister. McClelland. Fifth Row: Marion, Marto- witz. Miller. Murphy, Patterson, Pierson. Pogue. Sixth Row: Porter, Reiner, Robbins, Scott, Seaman. Shoebrook. Spurlock. Bottom Roiu: B. Steffe. R. Steffe. Tarr, Wake- Field, Warren, Wells. Alpha Sigma Alpha was founded as a secret organization in September, 1901, at the State Female Normal School, Farmsville, Va. At present there are 56 active and 58 alumnae chapters. The local Epsilon Epsilon chapter merged with another local sorority. Delta Sigma Delta, and became Kappa Delta Theta in 1910. Alter disbanding because of public opinion, the group reorganized in 1918, as a chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Among first semester activities were the an- nual bulfet dinner served for the alumnae at Homecoming; Founders Day, November 15; and the Policeman s Ball. Miss Strouse was the Founder s Day speaker, and June Adams was chosen candidate for Homecoming Queen. The Policeman s Ball was given in the little theater of the Civic Auditorium. Decorations included pictures of actives dressed as jail inmates with prison numbers and streamers. The annual Snow Ball dance was held in the Grill Room of the Broadview Hotel with music by the 1 op Hatters. Mothers were invited to the annual Christmas party at which pledges sang original songs and gifts were exchanged with the help ol Santa Claus. The alumnae chapter presented the group with card tables and a lamp. Also, among the uletide activities was a bridge party given by the Alpha Sigma Taus December 19. At spring semester rush week three girls were pledged. They were Nancy Fate, Nancy Mohn, and Norma Werner. Preferential dinner was held in the Blue Room of the Hotel Broadview. Other spring social functions were the an- nual Father-Daughter banquet, spring formal, Mother s Tea, and breakfast for seniors members. The Frost Fidelity Award for sorority loy- alty and service was given to Virginia Tarr, and the national Elizabeth Bird Small Award for outstanding leadership and scholastic ability went to Doris Wells this year. Three annual awards given by the chapter were won by Jane Pierson, Betty Jo Leonard, and Louise Lister. Jane Pierson received the perfect pledge award: Betty Jo Leonard, the scholastic award for highest grade average; and Louise Lister, the greatest improvement in grades award. Mrs. Rose West was the housemother; Mrs. Keith Cay wood was selected sorority big sister; and Miss Jean Gunderson of the music faculty was sponsor this year. s t. 3. y r. Oh. it s just darling . . . chow line . . . the annual toe-trampling . . . man on the line . . . mother and her charges . . . my feet are killing me! Mrs. Rose West Housemother 85 OFFICERS Martha Madole President Lenore McCracken Vice-President Mary Beth Duncan ..Corresponding Secretary Carol Ann Smetners Recording Secretary Sally Pyle ....Treasurer Joleen Woolcott Rush Captain Coleen Fowler I illie Jo Lyons. Pan Hellenic Representatives Martha Madole Mickey McMuIlen ...Custodian Delores Edwards Historian Marilyn Cook Editor wWnu S lainci Jc r ' j ' ' an The AST liouse at 1006 Constitution Street 86 Alpha Sigma Tau was founded at Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, Mich.. November 4, 1899. Iota chapter was established on this campus April 7. 1925. I here are 28 chapters in the nation at present, lota was the seventh to be founded. Top Row: Anderson. Baker. Beckett. Blood. Brown. Carson. Chapman. Second Row: Cobble. Cook. Daniels. Duncan. Edwards. Eguiluz, Fowler. Third Row: Hawlev. Hill. Jobnson. Jones. Kiense. Kleile. Lyons. Fourth Ron,: MrCracken. McMullen. Madole, Morgan, Pvle. Sargent. Smethers. Bottom Row: Tobin, Travis. Wnitworth, Wiens, Woolcott. Rush week with " Fun Unlimited ended with the pledging of eleven girls. They were Donna Baker. Doris Beckett, Lee Brown, Dorothy Carson, Pat Chapman. Rosemary Cobble, Iris Daniel, Haydee Eguiluz, Natalie Hill, Dorothy Jones, and Joan Tobin. 87 Corky Holds Tiger was the theme of the Alpha Taus Homecoming house decoration. It consisted of Corky holding a tiger, whose red nose flashed on and off. In the background the front page of a newspaper could be seen announcing various homecoming events and the defeat of the Ft. Hays State football eleven. Robin Hood-like bow-and-arrow girls lined up to shoot the tiger on the Alpha Tau float. Other Home- coming activities included a dinner for returning alumnae. Also two girls were chosen as candidates for Peggy Pecla- gog. They were Tillie Jo Lyons and Lenore McCracken. The fall pledge formal " Ocean Whirl was held in the Student Union Ballroom November 5. Music was by The Counts. Decorations featured a center scene of cardboard mermaids seated on either side of an anchor. Crepe paper streamers in various shades of green hung from walls and ceiling to complete the ocean effect. Plastic cigarette cases, decorated with the sorority s shield, were given as favors by Cigarette girls. Sponsors were Dr. and Mrs. Merritt W. Sanders, Mrs. Roy Durham. Miss Alice McDonnell, Dr. and Mrs. William H. Seiler, and Mr. and Mrs. Green D. Wyrick. Other first semester activities included the annual Christmas party and gift exchange; the Y-Sing, at which the girls sang " Carol of the Bells and ' Jesu B am- bino, under the direction of Marlene Weins; and the crowning of Carol Johnson as Phi Sig Commode Bowl A total of eight girls pledged Alpha Tau second semester. They were Connie Baber, Kathleen Clark, Myra Lamont, Janice Blackhall, Sue Henning, Jo Warren, Blanch r? Kittle, and Jerri McComas. A number of members who represented Alpha Sigma Tau in extra-curricular activities were Reita Sargent, cheerleader and president of Rhythmic Circle and the Sophomore class; Helen Kleile and Sally Jo Pyle Student Council members; Pat Chapman performed in the Freshman play ' Out of the Frying Pan and Joleen Wool- cott performed in the all-school production " The Skin of Our Teeth ; Martha Madole was elected to Xi Phi. honor- ary leadership fraternity; Janis Travis was president of Sphinx Literary society; and Collen Fowler was president of the Home Fconomics Club. The faculty sponsor was Mrs. Roy Durham and the housemother. Mrs. Ethyl Nason. The chapter house is located at 1006 Constitution street. Xr. . 3. J. Out into the cold world . . . quiet evening at home . . . tough study session . . . two layers of pulchri- tude . . . canasta hour . . . vic- tims of the room shortage . . . pledges score a clean sweep. Mrs. Ethyl Nason I lousemolher 89 OFFICERS Roberta Briles.. President Iva Lee Hooper Vice-President Loretta Angell ...Treasurer Iva Lee Hooper Recording Secretary Mary Jane Lutz Corresponding Secretary Elva Libben Alumnae Secretary Elizabeth Koch Editor Barbara Fankhauser Sergeant-at-Arms Quia Carol Mayes Chaplain Eva Marie Posey Song Leader Pat Cleary Intramural Manager rJ-)eita yiama C pdiion The DSE house at 1005 Merchant Street QB : ; rfr: u ' ' ■ ' Si 1 ■ H » Q0 Top Row: Angcll. Bailey. Brandt. Briles. Brockelman, Cleary, Connelly. Second Row: Crowe, Fankkauser, Goodell. B. Grok. B. GroK. Hill, Hoffman. Third Row: Hooper. Kock, Libben. Lutz, Mayes, Mc- Coy, McWkerter. Bottom Row: Olm, Posey, Rossillon, Sellers, Skields. Wald- ' Mj, I. Delta Sigma Epsilon. national social sorority, was founded at Miami University September 25, 1914. Previously a member of the Association of Educational Sororities, it became affiliated with the National Pan-Hellenic Con- ference in 1949. The local Epsilon chapter was established in 1917. Outstanding events of the fall social season were rush week, Homecoming, pledge formal, hayrack ride. Y-Sing, Soc Hop, and Alumnae-Mother s club Christmas Party. 91 Girls pledging Delta Sigma Epsilon first semester were Renae Bailey, Marjorie Goodell, Beverly Groli, Dolores McCoy, Pat Rossillon; Donna Sellers, and Jeanne Waldvogel. At Homecoming the Delta Sigs took second place prizes in both house decoration and float contests. With the theme of Boil Em in Oil the house decoration was a replica of the head and shoulders of a swami, decor- ated with jeweled turban and glowing eyes. The swami dipped a hapless tiger into a steaming cauldron to simu- late the boiling defeat of the Ft. Hays State football team. The Delta Sigs float consisted of oversized replicas of cards surrounded by four girls dressed in cos- tumes. The float was captioned It s in the Cards— Hays Is Doomed. Directing the float committee was Jane Con- nelly, who was assisted by Donna Sellers, Pat Cleary, and Loretta Angell. In addition to the above honors, two sorority members were chosen as Homecoming queen candidates. They were Jewell Hill and Joyce Hoffman. Another Home- coming activity was the annual buffet supper given for returning alumnae. The annual pledge formal was December 9, and was held in the Grill Room of the Broadview hotel. Music was by The Counts. Sponsors were Miss Ruth Otterstrom, Dr. and Mrs. Ted Andrews, and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Butcher. Park your shoes and come in and dance was the theme of the Soc Hop given in December. Decora- tions included a large candle in the middle of the dance floor with smaller lighted candles on tables around the edge ol the room. It was held in the Broadview Hotel with music by The Counts. The purpose of the faculty tea given in October was to get better acquainted with instructors. The theme of second semester rush week was Southern Hospitality. " Girls pledging the sorority totaled six. They were Joan Briar, June Cook. Bonny Col- lins, Alice Needles, Donna Pinon, Evelyn Roeckers. Social activities the spring semester included the spring lormal in April; Mother s Day, in May at which a dinner was held: and the annual Singing Bee in March. Delta Sigs achieving outstanding merit in extra-curricular activities were Elva Libben. elected into Xi Phi, honorary leadership fraternity and selected to Who s Who in American Universities and Colleges " ; and Roberta Briles, who was also selected to " Who ' s Who in American LIniversities and Colleges. 2). S. L Mid-week nightlife . . . live girls and a liglit bulb . . . goodies from home . . . men at last . . . this guy really kills me . . . the sorority house reach . . . shoeshine girls. Mrs. E. L. Kerin Housemother 92 93 OFFICERS Jo Fry President Virginia Robson V ice-President Lila Andrews Secretary Cnarlcie Pennell ...Social Chairman Mary Lou Gordon Publicity Leanna Wain Intramural Mary Jo McMillan.. Song Leader Virginia Mellenbrucn Pianists Golaabelle Gregg Worse Mali Mrs. Pearl Finkbiner House Director The girls dormitory on northwest edge of campus 94 Morse Hall was founded in 1924, and named after Miss Abigail Morse, who at tnat time was the dean of women. It is the campus dormitory for girls and is located directly west of Wooster Lake. Mrs. Pearl Finkbiner was house director for the 1 50 students who stayed there this year. Administrative body of the dormitory is the house council. It has no regular meeting schedule, but is called together when needed. Members of the council are the president, vice-pres ident, secretary, treasurer, and social chairman of the house, plus the first semester floor repre- sentatives who were Clara Petefish, Phyllis Ott, Virginia Bottom Row: Campbell. Faulconer. Wal- ters. Harp, VVingate, Gaughan, Eguiraz, Wvlli. Second Row: Vigola. Enders. Bailev. Oilman. CoIIe. Wells. Rings. Davis, Ott. Wakefield. Werner. Hockett. Kittle. Top Row: May, Alexander. Clark. Schultz. Lament. Cottle, McNulty. Parks. Steck- man. Young, Lynch, Spurlock. Bistop. Bottom Row: Flatt. Cook. Stone. Bistop. Briar. Young. Second Row: Fry. HoIIe. Pennell. Merriweatter. Strong. Fate. Clark, Smith. Spafford, Marty. Pedre. Top Ron,: Steinle. Vigneron. Buenning. Mings. Gum. Clevenger, Matzen, Kleintans. Springer. Semisct, Kippenterger. Burcham. Vincent. Rotson. 95 Bottom Row: Petefish. Baker. P. Groen- dycke. Simmons. Dalquest. Anderson. Mil- Id Second Row: Webb, McMillan. Moore. I.. Gr,„n,k,kc. Ya,ck. L r sch. Pal Groen- dveke. Veal. Ward. Bohnenblust. O ' Neill. Top Ron.: Loomis. Ryan. Avers. Coffland. Hughes, Grassberger, Timmons. Bader, Molin, M. Donald. Anderson. Slrouts. Phillips. Wain. Bottom Row: Sch ad, r. Duffy, Allen. Green. Melle ,! 1, B „,U alter. Second Row: Younj . Sand ers Tit! . Nels on, Budg e. Pat- ierson Long. w Ife. Gordc n, Colbc g. Top Rom: Neuw rth. McCabe. Reznicek , Wil- hams, Wins low N igel) , Gralapp Rob- ertson Scluv 11 Gi -i.,u,, .. Gordo ,. M, Conkey. No P clured: fi ndrews. Bader. Black mil, Br own . Cr Ivert. Ch; , . Cres- well. Daniel. Go raia l. Har der. Hill Holts- claw. McCo, .as. Po. k. W arren. Robson, Marjory Schwarz, Pat Groendycke. Lois Win- gate, Marge English, and Lorna Holle. Second semester floor representatives were Mildred Stone, Wilda May. Joan Davis, Rosemary Merri- weathers. Joan Bader, Nancy Tate, Pat Chapman, and Mona Hughes. House meetings, which may he attended by any member, are held once a month. A Get Acquainted party October 5. started the social season. Last year s members acted as hostesses to the newly-arrived residents. This was followed by an open house October 7. Entertainment included dancing and card games. Refreshments were also served. Morse Hall s annual winter formal was called Winter Whirl this year. It was held in the Student L nion Building with music by The Counts. The b allroom 96 was decorated with sparkling silver stars. Candles and evergreen adorned the mantle and silver balls were hung at one end of the room. At the annual Christmas party December 14 gifts were exchanged and refreshments served around a tree in the parlor. The girls went caroling before the party. Doris Davis acted as Santa Claus. Included in the dormitory s spring calendar was the annual spring formal, April 21. Jean Patterson was in charge of decorations. Also, the Senior Dinner, in honor of the girls who were to graduate, was held in May. President Doris Bishop gave a farewell message and intro- duced the seniors. Among the residents of the dormitory this year were six students representing four foreign countries. They were Harriet and Eunice Anderson and Phyllis Young from Hawaii: Hayclee Eguiluz from Peru; Maria Pedre from Peru: and Irmgard Titz from Germany. Morse Hall ollicers for second semester were president. Doris Bishop; vice-president. Virginia Robson: secretary, Margaret Gaughn: treasurer. Sally Grassberger; social chairman, Doris Davis: publicity, Leigh Groendycke: intramurals, Betty Campbell; song leader. Esther Rings: and pianist. Virginia Mullenbrach. Worse Mall Morse Hall Open House Dinner at the Student Union 97 OFFICERS Ann Muelclener President Jo Riegle Vice President Jane Anderson... Treasurer Carol Alexander Recording Secretary Caryle Bender... Corresponding Secretary Frances Hennessy.. Keeper of Grades Virginia ichert . Rush Cczptains Marianne Hocli Nancy Moore Song Leader Peggy McNelly Triangle Correspondent iama Szlanta 5i ■9 9 ' ' ( J ma Trie SSS house at 418 West 12tli Street 98 Top Ron-: Alexander, J. Anderson. M. Anderson, Bender. Bol- linger. Boroughs. Bright. Second Roru: Coil, Ferguson. Graves. Haggard. Hennessy. Henry. Higgins. Third Row: Hoch. Hughes. Jaggard, James, Jettv. Jones. Keck Fourln Roic: Lambert. Lvnde. McNelly. Miller. Moore. Mueldener. Piatt. Fifth Row: Riegl. Rensch. Reynolds, Russell, Ruth. Sauder. Shepler. Sixth Ron-: Scott. Smith, Starner, Tavlor, Van Gundy. Vigola. Vincent. Waldron. Bottom Row: Ward. Wichert, H. Wilhite. M. Wil- hite, G Wilson. P. Wilson. Wood. Wright. 99 Sigma Sigma Sigma opened the fall semester by pledging 19 rusnees. From this year s active chapter was chosen the Homecoming Queen. Virginia Russell, and one of her attendants, Jane Anderson. Also, the Tri Sigs captured first place with their Homecoming float. Tigerhurger. The house decora- tion. " Welcome Alums, featured Corky writing a letter to returning alumnae. Sigma Sleighricle was the theme of the annual pledge formal. Decorations included a sleigh occu- pied by costumed mannequins. Other Yuletide activities were a Christmas dinner, a party for grade school students, and caroling. The honored dinner guest was Mrs. Troy Cartwright, national treasurer of Sigma Sigma Sigma. Following the meal, a gift exchange and party was held. Students of William Allen White grade school were guests at a party given by the sorority during the year. Members entertained with games and even spon- sored a Santa Clans, who brought gifts of candy, nuts, and fruit for the children. In addition. Christmas carols were sung at New man Memorial and St. Mary s hospitals, and various faculty homes. Second semester pledges were Ila Clark. Joyce Colle. and Glenda Wells. Activities this semester included the annual Soc Hop, celebration of the organiza- tion s 55rd birthday on Founders Day. April 20. and a formal dinner for senior members. Highlighting the close of the spring social season were Mother s weekend, the faculty tea and the annual spring formal. Members of the organization initiated into Xi Phi, honorary leadership fraternity, were Ann Muel- dener, Jo Reigle, and Mary Jo Wilhite. Listed in " Who s Who in American Colleges and Universities were Wini- fred Ruth, Jo Reigle. Virginia Russell, and Mary Jo Wil- hite. Phyllis Henry was pledged into Sigma Alpha Iota, honorary music sorority, and Ann Mueldener was chosen Junior Class representative to the Student Council. Elected to olfices of campus organizations were Deaun Taylor, president of Omega Literary Society; Virginia Russell, president of Sigma Alpha Iota: Winifred Ruth, president of Alpha Theta Rho: and Jo Reigle. presi- dent of the Junior Class. s. s. s. Roost rulers sit for a portrait . . . gonna wash that man right outta my hair . . . wrong number, right guy . . . record spinsters . . . what, no escalator? . . . chuckle session . . . campfire coeds. Mrs. Alice Sullivan Housemotlier 100 101 OFFICERS Nila Bortz President June Wacnnolz Vice President Clarice Buttron Treasurer Beverly Harrison Secretary Cynthia Jonanning ..Corresponding Secretary Ina Lou Henry Corresponding Editor Beverly Mamie ...Sergeant-at-Arms Clarice Buttron Song Leader Edna Kisner. Keeper of Archives Beverly Harrison WRA Representative J I J appa 1 " j ma Mrs. Bernice Smith Housemother Tlie PKS liouse at 132 West 12tli Street 102 Pi Kappa Sigma, founded at Michigan State Normal Col- lege in 1894, was organized as Iota Chapter at Emporia in 1918. At present there are 29 active groups. They were admitted to the Association of Educational Sororities in 1917, and voted to associate membership in the National Panhellenic Conference in 1947. The sorority pledged 1 1 girls in the first semester, and the new pledges entertained the active chap- ter October 13, at the annual pledge formal. The theme was Moon Mist. " The dance was held in the Student Union Ballroom, which was decorated with a blue moon flooded with a sparkling effect by spotlights. Tree branches decorated with little silver stars were placed around the room. The Pi Kap Homecoming float took " Hats off to the Team when sorority members, dressed in men ' s attire, and tipped hats to the football eleven. " I Scream for Corky to Lick the Tigers " was the house decoration, and the theme was carried out with Corky licking an ice cream cone. Top Row: B. Bortz, N. Bortz. Bultron, Flatt, Gordon, Grisell. Harrison. Second Row: Henry. Herbert, Hett, Jokanning, Kisner, Marlde. McCuny. Third Row: Mcisse. Ray, Reinders. Roberts, Sheridan. Rowland. W ' arhholz. Bottom Row: Warren. Vantuyl. 103 p. J(. s. Sing a nappy tune . . . big bare shoulder ana bunion night . . . card addicts will play any- where . . . melody maidens. Founders Day was celebrated November 17,. with an informal dinner at the chapter house. Dr. Ruth Schillinger, clean of women, was the honored guest. The annual Christmas breakfast was held at the chapter house, December 17. A gift exchange and program by the pledge class followed. Guests were Dr. Minnie Miller, faculty sponsor; and Mrs. Rodger Moon and Mrs. Harold bwint. sorority patronesses. New pledges for the spring semester were Joan Cook, Margaret Gaughan, Barbara Gum, Delores Harder, Ann Parks, and Betty Young. The Spring Dinner- Dance was held April 20. Pi Kaps who were outstanding in extra-cur- ricular activities this year were: Clarice Buttron, vice- president of Sigma Alpha Iota; Nila Bortz, state secretary of College Home Economics Clubs, and president of Sigma Pi Sigma; Cynthia Johanning, secretary of Pan-Hellenic Council : and Joyce Sheridan, vice-president of Home Eco- nomics Club. Kit OFFICERS Mary Lambert President Doris Bishop . Vice-President Lovilla Green Secretary Bessie Helmley .Treasurer Irene Briggs . Social Chairman Joan Lam Music Chairman Barbara Kitts Publicity Miss Rosamond Hirschorn Sponsor Mrs. Green Wyrick ...Sponsor Winnetaska is an organization for independent women on the campus. It is the center of cultural and social activ- ities for women not affiliated with a Greek letter social sorority. The organization was established in 1931, under the supervision of Miss Maude Minrovv. Wlnnetusk Some of the Winnetaska girls stayed in Mrs. Bertha Harrison s house, 1114 Mechanic, this year. They called it Harri-Winn Hall. Meetings of the organization were held there. Pow Wow Week started the groups activ- ities. It included a picnic at Peter Pan Park, open house at Harri-Winn Hall, and a tour of Emporia to acquaint the new girls with the city. On Sadie Hawkins Day. Winne- taskians and their dates dressed Dogpatch style to dance and play games in the gymnasium. The Winnetaskan house at 1114 Mechanic Street Mrs. Bertha Harrison Housemotlier 105 The Frosty Formal, one of the big events of the year for Winnetaskians, was field in the Student Union Ballroom to the music of Boh Blum s orchestra. Another fall semester event was a Christmas party, at which mem- bers exchanged gifts and afterwards sent them to the Atchison State Orphanage. Each member brought another Winnetas- kian to the Puff Pam Prom, March 28, and exchanged corsages of such oddities as bird nests, vegetable tops, and animal cookies. The purpose was to gain pointers on etiquette for formals. Other activities were a hayrack ride with the Mu Eps, fashion show at Granger s Clothing Store, Y-Sing, Singing Bee, the annual Spring Dinner and Installation. Floor show . . . card sharks dupe a greenhorn . . . on. nappy studies . . . all-nign) poker, no doubt. Intramural managers were Katherine Myer, first semester, and Barbara Holm, second semester. June Ward was alumnae chairman and Carmen Dressier was historian. 106 } «v " fcf igl rr fc:? felAklik Top Row: Amerine, Aver. Baber. Badcr. Baird. Baker. Becker. Birk. Bishop. Second Row: BlackUI. Briggs. Bums. Calv Colberg. Cook. Dalquist. Daniels. Third Row: Davis. Diller. Doll. Dressier. Endcrs. L. Fisher. L. Fisher, Fraser. Golden. Graham. Green. Griffin, L. Groendyckc. Pat Groendycke. P. Groendyeke, Gum. Hager. Harris. Fifth Row: Harris. Helmley Hill. Holm. Jrhnson. Kilts. Knipe. Krchtiel. Sixth Row: Lam. Lambert. Leiss. Lightcap. Lutlu. McConkey. McCoy. McKi Sepentk Ro,,. : Miller. Myer, Nelson. Noland. North. Patterson. Pugh. Rees. Reznicek. Eighth Row: Roberts. Robson. Sa, B. Smith. E. Smith. Squires. Starling. Strong. Thomas. Bolton, Row: Towner. Walsh. Ward. Wilkie. Wilson. Wingate. W C. Young. E. Young. 107 ?rt. Campbell. Fourtn Row: Hendrickson. Lin. Meredith. ders. Schultz. nslow, Wren, Jhetu Ulpslion OFFICERS Irene Hogan President Carol Bradford -.Vice-President Joan French Secretary Carol Jean Knight Treasurer Catherine Linehan Editor The Alpha Chapter of Theta Sigma Epsilon was founded on this campus in 1 92 1 , and the present chapter house is located at 1027 Constitution street. Rush week began the opening night with a Jam Session. 1 he following evening a picnic and Juke Box Jamboree was held. Rushees were then entertained with a Record Rendezvous. The Preferential Dinner rounded out the week s activities. The Theta Sigs captured first place in the Homecoming house decorations with their Gridiron Melodies. Simulated record-albums, placed in a semi-circle around a large record player, carried out the theme. Music The TSU house at 1027 Constitution Street Mrs. Beryl Newton Housemother 108 played was Hold That Tiger. An open house and bullet dinner were held for the returning alumnae. Sorority mothers made candy and cookies and the pledges entertained at the annual Christmas party. A girt exchange was held and games were played at the event. Also, in keeping with the uletide spirit, the mem- bers held their annual faculty Christmas dinner. It was a formal affair and took place at the chapter house. The housemother for the Theta Sigs this year was Mrs. Beryl Newton. The faculty sponsor was Miss Jeanne Galley. Top Row: Bover, Bradford. Bernitz. French. Gay. Hoaan. Knight. Bollom Row: Lewis. Linchan. Rigsty, Staples. Two tables of bridge and nc dummies . . . music is so broad erring. 109 OFFICERS Robert Ruple President Robert Voile... Vice President George Scherrer Secretary Tom Lynae.--. Treasurer John Field House Manager Brooks Becker Pledge Trainer Joe Neureld Inter fraternity Representative Bob Shields... Sergeant at- Arms -J appa iama C psllc ipp w - on The KSE house at 612 West 12th Street 110 Jk ) I? (ft 01 i Top Rom: Abbey. Baker. Baranoski. Bergerhouse. Bra- den. Becker, Cusic. Second Ron-: Elmore. C. Field. J. Field. Francis. Franzone. Hall. Harnden. Third Rott : Hosev. Howard. Hunter, Hurst. Klotz. Leblon. Leeney. Fourth Ron,: Long, Lvnde, McCallion, McRevnolds. Mc- Veigh, Minear. Ncufeld. Fifth Row: Notheis. Panesis. Pasquariello, Porter. Robinson. Ruple. Scherrer. Sixth Row: Shields, Steinkuhler, Staltz, Sutton. Swope. Thorn- ton. Volk. Bottom Row: Walker. Wilde. Wilson. Ill Kappa Sigma Epsilon was founded in 191-1 and is presently located at 612 West 12th. The first constitution and by-laws were drawn in 1016 and are still being used by the present chapter. The fraternity started the 1950-1031 school year by pledging 1 5 rushees at the end of the September rush week. They were Jay Abbey, Dan Baker. Edward Baranoski. Merle Braden, Don Elmore. Charles Fields. Charles Francis. Bill Hunter, Fred Leeney, John Nothies, Dominic Pasquerillo. Clayton Stultz, Conrad Swope, Jim Walker, and Vincent Zukowski. The annual Bowery Party presented by the pledge class was held in the Broadview drill Room. As in the years past the Gay-Nineties atmosphere prevailed. Jo Ann Porter was crowned Queen, with Joyce Birney and Jane Connelly her attendants. Another fall semester activ- ity included participation in the YMA W Christmas Sing. I ragedy struck the fraternity when Don Elmore, freshman pledge from Kansas City. Mo., was killed in an automobile accident near Arriba, Colo., while returning to school at the end of the holidays. He was posthumously awarded active membership in the organi- zation. Second semester rush week activities ended with tne pledging of 1 4 students. The newcomers were Don Allison. Tony D Ovidio. Alexander Doban, Earl Hag- gerty. Robert Ikehara. W. Jack Kanoa, Jim McKee. George Keliipuleole. W ' alter Osniro, Richard Sakinota, Jim Siehr. Don Smith, David Tremaine. and Kenneth Tsurarga. The chapter s social activities for the spring semester were highlighted on May 12 by The Salad Slide, annual formal spring dinner and dance. The dance was in the Broadview Hotel, with music furnished by The Counts. Kappa Sigma Epsilon was well represented in Emporia Slate s sports activities with two members. Jay Minear and Sarondo Panesis, gaining berths on the all- conference football team at the end of the season. Elected president second semester was Bob Howard; vice-president. Mahlon Porter; secretary, Glen Bergerhouse; treasurer. George Scherrer: and sergeant-at- arms. Bob Shields. Mrs. O. T. Atherton served her first year as house mother of the fraternity. Faculty sponsors were Loy Banks, Dr. George R. R. Pflaum, Richard L. Roahen, and Raymond Russell. J(. S. £ Seven tall handsome overcoats . . . Bowery-type girls . . . one sheet to tne wind . . . tins is what killed vodvil . . . the country club set . . . tight crown . . . top hat, white tie, and shirttails ... a bunch of the boys were whoop- ing it up! Mrs. Helen Atherton Housemother 112 115 m flu f OFFICERS Roger Snepard .President Lloyd Willae.... V ice -President Jack Sutton... Secretary William Dixon Treasurer George Crumley Sergeant-at-Arms Melvin Graner... Social Chairman Dean Loomis... Intramural C nairmun Albert Roprogel Music Director Delbert Jacobson Chaplain Maurice Dutton.... .Alumni Chairman Tlie MEN house nortli ol Wooster Lake 114 f P5 © O O -»• e: £ M.k d,h © ,4 «J 4fe I? eyes ra a ? " f P f i n. rS i : Mu Epsilon Nu, independent men ' s social organization, was rounded in 1951 by a group of Emporia State students interested in promoting fuller social life for men not belong- ing to a social fraternity. Open membership has been a primary policy in the standards of MEN. Fall rush week activities opened with the tra- ditional stag smoker held at the mens dormitory, home of 115 Top R on.: Allen, Amend. Brookshc, , Burch. Dillon Dixon. ] D ' Ovidio. Dubin. Second Roir: Dudgeon, Durncr. 1 )utton. Eccles. Fredri, :kson. Gra mer. Gu, ' . Harve- -. Tnird Ron;: Hutchinsor ,. Jacobso n, Jensen Kaiser, Kiene. Levinson. Loekharc! 1. Loomis. Fourth Row: McEndree. McGregor. Moore . Muck- enthal, ■r. Nichols on. Perki; ns. Plenert. Rop- fogcl. Fifth Ro w: Sch endiman. Shaft. Shaw, Shepard. Skidmoi e. Smith . Solis. Sutton . Sixth h [ow: Tliarp. Tra= ikowsky. Varnu m. Vining , Wingo, Wilkie. Wolff. Wood . Bottom Row: Wo ods. Wren. Zim- the Mu Eps. The following evening a picnic at Wilson Park was held in conjunction with Winnetaska, indepen- dent girls organization. Dancing at the Sunset Inn served as a climax to the week s activities. A welcome to the alums served as theme for the Homecoming decorations. The returning men were entertained with a buffet dinner held at tne house. A high point in the MEN year was reached when Robert Mitchell, Emporia State graduate, organized a group of Kansas University students to form a Mu Ep division on tne Lawrence campus. Conferences were held, papers were signed, and Mu Epsilon Nu emerged incorpo- rated under the laws of Kansas. Silhouetted pixies decorated tne walls of the Student Union Ballroom as members and their partners danced to the music of Del Weidner s orchestra at the winter formal, which was attended by several KU students. Serenades, Christmas Y-Sing, singing bees, and informal group singing kept Albert Ropfogel busy di- recting Mu Ep songsters. Elected as second semester officers were: president, William Dixon: vice-president. Melvin Graner: secretary, John W. Jones; treasurer. Ronald Fredrickson: and sergeant-at-arms, Victor Burns. Three carloads of sponsors and members journeyed to Lawrence January 7. to participate in formal initiation of new members and acceptance of the newly formed Beta chapter. National officers elected were: president, Robert Mitchell; vice-president. Lloyd Wilkie; secretary. Jack Sutton; treasurer. Elmer Hanson; national member- ship director. William Dixon. Although no trophies were won this year in the Held of intramurals, Mu Eps participated in each of the programs. J. J. Weigand of the music department was added to the regular list of sponsors this year. Other faculty sponsors are Dr. Robert M. Taylor, Dr. W. H. Gray, and Charles Masten. Gerald Green, graduate student, served as housefather. w. £ n Well. I got past that . . . raise you one cigar coupon . . . cigar- ettes, and well stacked . . . read- ers circle . . . who s the fairest of them all? . . . see how Dick Tracy handled it . . . big nighl. 116 117 OFFICERS James Johnson President Myron Rodee.-.. ...Vice-President Clyde Hiebert Treasurer Russell Wiley Secretary Gerald Richards Corresponding Secretary Kenneth Klassen House Manager Stanford Fahring ....Sergeant-at-Arms Asner Coleman Intramural Manager Ted Harder Publicity Chairman Duane Scnul Historian Merrill Flair ..Social Chairman phi lama C pdiion r- The PSE house at 922 Mechanic Street 118 v r o fs ill 2-M Viii? AiM t " 1 jO f3l A -d O ft flk £ a ft O Top Ron-: E. Anderson. R. Anderson. Bouse. Bulkley. Case. Christian. Coleman. Coliett. Second Ro,e: Dennis. Dudley. Emrich. Fahring. Fitzgerald. Flair, Freeman. French. Third Row: Furman, Gatz. Grimes. Hall. Hatcher, Harder. Heiland. Henderson. Fourth Row: Hiebert, Higgins. Holm, Johnson. Kessler. Klassen, Laney. Lemmon. Fifth Raw: Lewick, Markham, Markowitz, McAIister. MeCrahh. Miller. Min nis. Myers. Sixth Row: Oyler. Patterson. Payton. Peters. Richards, M. Rodee. R. Rodee. Russell. Seventh Row: Ruth. Sanger. Sergeant. Schaulis. Schul, Seibel. Sl.epler. Sherrer. Bottom Ron-: Stacy. Stegman. Sturgeon. Summers. Swank, Thissen. Tucker, Wiley. Wright. 119 Phi Sigma Epsilon social fraternity was founded on this campus February 20, 1910. The organization went national in 1927, when Phi Sigma Epsilon at Pittsburg State Col- lege and Sigma Tau Delta of Kirksville State College of Missouri, joined together with the Emporia Phi Sigs. The group has grown in number to 22 chapters. Fraternity activities started in September with tlie pledging of 14 men at the end of rush week. The new members were Duane Allen. Robert Anderson. Wil- liam Dudley, Alfred Fitzgerald, Elmer Gatz, Jr., Clayton Hall, William Hatcher, Stephen Henderson, Gordon Holm, LeRoy Krause, Dean Lemmon, William McCrabb, Donald Peters, and Robert Shaulis. A highlight of first semester was the annual Commode Bowl game, in which the actives defeated the pledges for the fifth consecutive year. The score was 1 5-7. Carol Johnson was chosen queen to rule over the bowl festivities. At the end of football season four players, Myron Rodee, Charles Sanger, Bob Shepler. and Bernercl Thissen, were selected for the all-CIC grid squad with Sanger being named on the little All-American second team and Shepler gaining honorable mention. As a result of Phi Sigma Epsilon adhering to the delayed pledging rule, the second semester pledge class of 51 was considerably larger than the fall class. This brought the total membership to 79. The spring semester pledges were Jim Allen, Kerns Allen, James Balding, Gene Bloxom, Gene Carpen- ter. Rex Coffman, Royce Crawford, Sanford Day. Chester Duncan. Harold Ehrlich, Clifford Ferrin, James Fisher. Bob Grant, James Henning. Elclon Kadel, Jesse Kadel. Don Kin- derfather, Ed Krenger. Robert Long. Richard Macha, Don- ald Madole, Bill Nelson, Marion Nickelson, Pete Peterson, John Rea, Jerry Sumner, Bruce Sexton, Carlos Taylor, Donald Taylor. Robert Toms, and Darren Wood. The Phi Sig pep band, also known as Jim Johnson and his Red-Nosed Reindeers, became a familiar sight to basketball fans this year. Faculty sponsors were E. L. Barnhart, Walt Butcher, Dr. Winston S. Cram, Dr. LeRoy Harper, Alvin Morris, and Dr. Merritt W. Sanders. Mrs. Gladys Gilbert was housemother. P. S. £ Somebody open . . . standing room only ... a dude in the crowd . . . there s a hand in the pot . . . paddling his canoe . . . family portrait . . . the annual shuffle. Mrs. Gladys Gilbert Housemother 120 OFFICERS a Jack Ludwig President Ned Hoover ....Vice-President Akin Rusk Secretary Kenneth Cannon Treasurer Keith Clark.. Sergeant at Arms Boh Klotz Athletic Director Dick Hiskey Pledge Trainer Kenneth Koch Publicity Director Larna J hl C p5ilon Tlie SPE Iiouse at 1 102 Commercial Street 122 i L %k t Top Row: Adair. Allison. Austin. Baxter. Brockhouse. W. Broun. Brumback. J. Broun. Second Ron;: Buckncr. Burgett. Cannon. G. Carr. M. Carr. Cartmill. Clark. Cowan. Third Row: Curry, Darnell. Davis Dirkerson. Eudalev. Gaughan. Graves. Greenlee. Fourth Ron.: Haggard. Haines. Hankins. Hearn. Hiskev Hoffmans. Hahn, Hoover. Fifth Row: Hughes. Klotz. Knox. Krause. Kuhns. Luduig. McCoy. Moreland Sixth Row: Pflugboft. Pvle. P. Reed. C. Reid. Reid. Reno. Riley. Robbins. Seventh Row: Roth. Roth felder. Roue. Rusk. Sanderson. Sauder. Schrock. Stauffer. Bottom Ron-: Stroud. Vansickle. Warring White. Williams. Wilson. Woodbury, Wrench. 123 Kansas Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon was in- stalled on this campus on February 10 of this year, with a formal initiation banquet at the Kastle Grill climaxing the proceedings. Dr. William bmolenski, grand president of Sigma Phi Epsilon, William Hindman, grand secretary, and President David L. MacFarlane were the principal speakers at the dinner which saw the termination of Phi Delta Chi. and the birth of the new organization. Fully 52 active members and 1 2 alumni were formally initiated into the fraternity and presented with their charter by the grand president. This was the first time that a national fraternity with a ranking among the top ten social fraternities in the nation had i nstalled a chap- ter on a teachers college campus. At the end of September rush week activities 20 men had been entered on the pledge rolls. Students pledged were Boyd Baxter, Jack Brown, Ralph Brumbac k. Robert Buckner. Jerry Burgett, Leonard Davis, Marcus Eudaley, Ralph Ffahn, Don Ffankins, Charles Ffaynes, Randall Knox, Joe Krause, Bobbie McCoy, David Pyle. Philip Reed. Charles Reid. Don Riley, Ronald Rothfelder. Floyd Rowe. and Gary Stroud. The fraternity won first place for its float decoration in the Homecoming parade, and second place in the house decorations contest. Randall Knox, a member of the first semes- ter pledge class and a defensive end on the football team, drowned while duck hunting at Lake Reading with two fraternity brothers. All members of the chapter along with the housemother, Mrs. Grace Ballweg, attended the fun- eral services held in Chanute. Knox was posthumously awarded active membership in the fraternity in January. Sigma Phi Epsilon s annual Christmas din- ner was held at the chapter house on the Sunday before Christmas with President MacFarlane and Dr. Karl Bruder the speakers. Every member brought a toy to be distributed to needy children on Christmas morning. Seven students were listed on the pledge rolls at the close of the second semester rush week. They were Leonard Allen, Myron Hankins, Vernon Hinkle, Don Hoist. Frank Jensen, Jim Sheridan, and Leslie Wittle. Faculty sponsers were Dr. Rolland Alter- man, education department; Dr. Karl Bruder. speech de- partment; Keith Caywood, men s physical education de- partment; Dale Hogan, industrial arts department; and Green Wyrick. English department. S. P. £. Shake, pledge . . . have a two-fer- a-nickler . . . human cigar holders . . . now. listen to my side . . . from the villain s clutch she slipped . . . elite chow session . . . some big spenders. Mrs. Grace Ballweg Housemother 124 slliS m m mm sk ' ' i iff «« » « 125 OFFICERS Virgil Pugh President Wayne Smith First Vice-President Gerald Shadwick Second Vice-President William Hart Corresponding Secretary William Roberts Recording Secretary N. Johnson t- „ , ---. treasurers R. Coleman Albert Sill Social Chairman Harold Rains -.. Sergeant at Arms William Wunder -..House Manager iama Jau Kjc amma Tlie STG house at 1028 Constitution Street 126 JiJrl " Sri YA v cr- c js fi . 1 ■tft f! .Vv JX. Top Ron-: Anderson. Blackwood. Bonar, Branson, Burns. Coleman, Coman, Cook. Second Rou- Detter. Dick. Domingo. Dow- ning, Everton, Fay. Foster, Gadbery. Third Ron.: Griggs. Hart. Heaton. Henderson, Hogg, Jackson, Johnson. Kandt. Fourth Row: Kirkpatrick. Larson. Lewis. R. Mar- tin. W. Martin. Mears. Meredith. Murphy. Fifth Row: Nelson, Nuffer, Peterson. Pugh. Purkeypile. Smith. Radke. Roberts. Sixth Row: Seacat, Shadwick, Sill, W. Smith. D. Smith. South. Stonebraker. Terry. Bol- to,n Row: Thomas. Tush. Watts. White. Willis. Wunder, Wood. Wright. 127 Sigma Tau Gamma was founded at Warrensburg State Teachers College in Missouri in 1920. Since that time nearly 40 chapters have been established on college campuses throughout the country. Delta chapter was organized on this campus in 1922, becoming the first in Kansas. The local chapter was accepted as a member of the National Inter-traternity Conference last year. The group started the year s activities with the pledging of 29 men. In intramural sports competition, the Sig Taus won first-place bowling trophy and placed third in football, tennis, and basketball. At Homecoming the organization took first-place in house decorations and second-place in the float contest. Homecoming events in- cluded an afternoon stag party and buffet supper. Other activities included a minstrel show sponsored by the fraternity and alumni. It was presented at the Lowther Junior High School Auditorium December 7. Also, the annual pledge formal was held shortly before the Christmas holidays at the Broadview hotel. A theme of winter scenes was carried out in the decorations. Music was by The Counts. A number of members attended the national conclave held at Warrensburg, Mo., December 28-50. Richard Fay was the Emporia s chapter official delegate. Second semester rush week activities in- cluded a dance, stag party, dinner, and an informal party. The fraternity pledged six men. They were Harold Boone, Joe Cantrell, Gilbert Green, John Harger, Jerry Wilhem. and Don Zimmerman. Another spring semester activity was the an- nual Phi Mu Alpha Singing Bee, which Sigma Tau Gamma won for the third consecutive year. The members sang " There Is Nothing Like a Dame, Mood Indigo, and The Sweetheart of Sigma Tau. Social activities were climaxed with the Rose Dinner and formal dance at the Broadview hotel April 1-4. The Rose queen was selected from a group of girls repre- senting each sorority on the campus. Music was by The Counts. An informal party following finals ended the social events. Mrs. Alice Potts is the fraternity house- mother. Roy Durham, one of the faculty sponsors, was selected to work on a citizenship project at Columbia Uni- versity this year. Other sponsors are E. C. McGill. Herman Baehr, and Dr. Everett Rich. w . J. Lj. No kibitzer shortage . . . formal wear for showering . . . meet a new one . . . see if she s got eight friends . . . collateral reading ses- sion . . . six characters . . . coke addicts on a drinking spree. Mrs. Alice Potts Housemother 128 129 OFFICERS Merlyn Blomberg President Bill Boub Vice-President Don Farmer Treasurer Vernon Ritter Corresponding Secretary Bob Long Recording Secretary Bob Navrat House Manager Joe Beck Catering Manager wipnct -J appa oLambda The AKL Iiouse at 1802 Merchant Mrs. Dorothy Brown Housemother 130 Alpha Kappa Lambda, the first college fraternity to be founded on the Pacific Coast, was organized in 1914 for the purpose of promoting aggressive Christian character, excellence in scholarship, and broad social interests, all in- spired by a warm spirit of brotherhood. Lambda chapter was installed on this campus March 27, 1949, and became the only new fra- ternity to be organized on the campus in many years in addition to being the first national fraternity on the campus to be recognized by the National Inter-fraternity Con- ference. The local chapter functioned as the Los Amigos Guild until it was accepted by the national organization. Alpha Kappa Lambda has become known for its excellence in scholarship by winning the first place NIC scholarship recognition more times than any other national fraternity. Lambda chapter is the only chapter chartered in a small school or teachers college. Since activation, AKL at Emporia State has had as its goal the building of the local chapter into a large, well-established organization. To aid the promotion of its growth, a house at 1802 Merchant was purchased Top Row: Banister, Beck, Blomterg, Boub, Conover, Crist. Crumb. Second Row: Fab- rizius. Farmer. Francis. Jolinston, Kerns. Love, Long. Third Row: Navrat. Nelson. Parker, Richards. Ritter. Sidorfsky. Thomp- son. Bollom Row: Warkentine, Wieland. 131 Ar. J , oc.. Play a simple melody . . . Ten- nessee waltzers . . . guess who s winning . . . pledge makes the grade . . . mother and the boys. this fall, and its membership has been placed on a coop- erative basis by banning the use of paddles and hazing on pledges. The school year started in sadness caused by the accidental death of one of the first alumni, Joseph McPeefe. Although they were unable to produce any championship teams, the AKL ' s entered and pressed the lull intramural program this year. The basketball season included the scheduling of out-of-town games. Members were well represented again this year at all of the out-ol- town varsity basketball games in Kansas. Dances, buffet suppers, smokers, and brotherhood nights kept the year s social calendar filled. Dr. Ted Andrews, faculty sponsor, was elected editor of the national magazine of the fraternity. Lewis Bacon, a founder ol Lambda, is working full-time as national secretary. The housemother again this year was Dorothy Brown. 152 Donald Elmore NDALL I NOX flow can you leave us here to wander in the trackless realm of longlorgotten memories? Is this not part of lije that all tilings end, and only shadows cast reflections in the fickle minds o men? If lliis he so, then let us ivaltz upon the ivalls of your imagination. Life is the limits of the sun, but all o our tomorrows are forever. — W ' ilhur Smith Mary Jane Tate Joseph McPeek Wayne Holmberg U O SK iee. student Council Top row: Boh Kaiser, Bob BurcK. and Doris Wells. Bottom row: Bob Emricn. Roger Ruth, and Bob Howard. The Work of the Student Council is directed toward a planned program or student extra-curricular activities with emphasis on the social, recreational, athletic, aesthetic, scientific, budgetary, and governmental interests, as well as other special interests of collegiate life. Duties of the council consist of organizing and supervising student elections, acting on applications for new campus organizations, formulation and administra- tion of student activity budget, and the selection of editors for the two student publications, The Bulletin and The Sunflower. In addition to this, the group has general administrative duties and responds to student needs and desires. 156 The council also sponsored Freshman Week, activities of Homecoming, movie convocations, all-school parties, and for the first time a big-name band. Woody Herman and his musicians were brought to Emporia for a dance in February at the Civic Auditorium. Other activities were a revision of the con- stitution to change election proceedings; establishment of a campus chest which combined all charity drives into one; and a meeting of student council representatives from other schools in the state. Also, a queen candidate was selected to represent the college at the Kansas University and Drake University relays. Joyce Miller was chosen to com- pete for the honor. heading the group this year was president, Bob Kaiser; and vice-president. Bob Fmrich. Top row: Helen Kleile. MoIIie Beckett Dudgeon, and Don Madole. Bottom row: Ann Mueldener. Sally Jo Pvle, and Don Wieland. ( bullet if, Top left; Second semester editor. Dick Mc- Alister; right, first semester editor, John Clifford. Sealed: Mueldener. Gay, Bishop. McEn- dree. Wilkie, Freeman. Staples. Standing: McAlister. Howard. Clifford. Banks. Ber- gerfiouse. Burns. Jones. Bussc. Markowilz, Rees. Kettncr. The Bulletin, for the second consecutive time, received a first class honor rating from trie Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The paper was under the leadership of John Clifford, editor, and Dick McAlister. assistant editor, first semester. Second semester, Dick McAlister was made editor, and Lloyd Wilkie his assistant. Other members of the editorial staff first semester were Fred Markowitz. sports; and Elizabeth Koch, society. Spring semester sports editor was Philip Jones. Shirley Brennan did the society writing. Bob Howard and George Scherrer were Bulletin business managers and Jean Brandt the photog- rapher. Faculty advisor of the paper was Loy Banks, who is also the Newspaper English instructor. Reporters were students of the Newspaper English classes. 138 The 1951 Sunflower was edited by Harlan Long. Planned as a pictorial review of the year ' s activities, the book includes picture-laden division pages and a special feature section on Homecoming. The theme, Wheels or Progress, is built around the construction program upon which the college has just embarked. The so-called wheels or progress were set in motion with the building of the William Allen White Memorial Library. Sports editor was Fred Markowitz; Bob Burns acted as business manager first semester. Other staff members included reporters Glen Bergerhouse. Byrne Blackwood, John Clifford. Rosalea Freeman. Philip Jones. Ann Mueldener. LaVonne Quincy, Everett Rees, Roger Ruth, Roger Shepard, Pat Waldron, and Lee Wilkie. Photographs for the yearbook were obtained through pictures taken by publicity office photographer. Robert Stapleford. and student photographer. Kenneth Koch. ower Top left: Editor. Harlan Long: right, photographers, Rohcrt Stapleford and Ken- neth Koch. Bottom rou ' : Blackwood, Rees. Waldron, Burns. Shepard. Mueldener. Freeman. Top row: Jones. Stapleford, Koch. Clifford, Long. Not Pictured: Bergerhouse, Marko- witz. Quincy, Ruth. Wilkie. 159 Bottom Roiu: Ward, Klcinlu Starner. Everton. Boufc, M, ( Wells. Wilfcs, Dalquest. Gay. Top Row. L. Newcoi ion, Orr, Schwendinian. Clement Vining. G. Nevcoi Knipe. Not Pictured: HoIIister. D ' Anto fK actio i lub For Its 50 members this year ' s Radio Club again provided a background or actual work experience in the field or radio. Through the campus broadcasting station, KVES, the group attempted to publicize campus activities, to recognize student accomplishments, and to effect a closer association among students. Cooperating with the Speaker s Bureau of the speech department, club members presented several radio skits for high schools and various community organi- zations. During second semester the group staged a variety of radio plays ranging from slapstick comedy through melodrama to the serious. Open house for interested members of the faculty and the student body was held both first and sec- ond semesters. Club meetings, which were held once each month, featured radio-centered discussions, parties, and skits. Officers included president, John Wilks; first semester vice-president, Iyla Gay; second semester vice-president, Jack Everton; and secretary, Mary Starner. C. Richard Orr, who sponsored the club this year, also helped with its organization in the spring of 1948. HO KVES, the " Voice of Emporia State, was on the air Mon- day through Thursday each week during the past school year. College activities received publicity and stu- dent accomplishments received recognition on the official campus broadcasting station. Programs were both live and transcribed as station personnel and other interested teachers and students were responsible for approximately one-half of the shows. Recorded features provided the remainder of the programs. Regular presentations included Sports, " Hornet ' s Forum, " " News, " " Booh of the Week, ' and several shows of recorded music. Plays and poetry figured often both in original and transcribed programs. Special shows were planned for all of the major holidays; a series of Christmas programs ran for a full week in December. Student Council funds established a record library of classical and semi-classical discs. Additional records came free of charge from distributors. Station Manager John Wilks was aided by the traffic manager, James Deay, and chief engineer, Rob- ert Guy with his two assistants, Robert Manahan and Jack Everton. J( V € S Sealed: HoIIister, Dalquest, Manakan. Standing: Smith, Ward. Wilks, Sta Wells, Groh, Everton, D ' Antonio. 141 Row: Miller, Dalquesl, Woolcott, Stamer. Kleinhans. Hooper. Berniiz. Top Levinson, Eguiluz, Lcblon. Smith. Howard. Kaiser. Madole. Masten. Sowers. Si, hr. Day. Fay. Werner. Lvnde. HoIIiday. oDeita Pi Kappa Delta, largest honorary forensic fraternity in the United States, has as its purpose the furtherance of public speaking and intercollegiate forensics. Organized in 1915. the fraternity is governed by delegates of the local chapters at biennial conventions. This year s convention, the National Pi Kappa Delta Tournament, was held at Stillwater. Oklahoma, on the campus of Oklahoma A. M. college. During the first semester 25 students com- peted in 128 rounds of debate in five tournaments winning a majority of their matches. Debaters Bob Howard and Bob Kaiser won third place in the national tournament at St. Paul, Minn. They also won a top rating in the tourna- ment held at the University of Nebraska. The debate squad also attended tourna- ments at Manhattan, Pittsburg, Hutchinson. Bethel. Win- field, and Ada, Okla. They met KU five times during tournament play, winning four times. The team also beat Wichita U in their only two meetings of the year. The official publication, The Forensic, is published four times a year and each active member is entitled to the magazine. Officers for the year were president. Bob Howard; vice-president. Darrel English: and secretary- treasurer. Anita Dalquest. Charles Masten was sponsor. 142 Emporia State Players were organized four years ago to further the purpose of dramatics in America, to organize and concentrate dramatic ability at Emporia State, and to create a larger interest in this field by college students. This year Emporia State Players petitioned for acceptance into Pi Epsilon Delta, national collegiate players fraternity. Besides the presentation of four major pro- ductions. The Lady from Alfaqueque. Out of the Fry- ing Pan, " " Twelfth Night, and " 1 he Skin of Our Teeth, the players produced several shorter presentations. One O Clock Theater was a new dramatic experiment on the campus this year. Consisting of one-act plays, the theater was directed by the advanced play- directing class and gave all students on the campus a chance to act. The group also presented scenes tor the Christmas convocations. Nine-inch golden Oscars were awarded to students doing outstanding work in the school theater. The annual spring picnic concluded the year s activities of the group. Officers were president, Dennis Denning; vice-president, Joleen Woolcott; secretary, Don Hess; and treasurer. Bill Watts. d mnorla S tciL e enters v Bollom Row. Johnson, KIcile, Woolcott. Miller. Russell. James. Knipe. Top Row. Brucler. Watts. Green. Hess. Cropp. Denning. Martin. Wilks, Coe. Deav, Shepard. McDonnell. No! Pictured: Everton. Haggard. Madole. Peckham. Wells. Zvvickl. 145 Introducing I heal re-in-t lie- Practicing for " Lady All, Jhe cJLcidi ; rorn 3, ci vtecii When " The Lady from Alfaqueque " opened October 18. in the Student LInion Ballroom, a new style of presen- tation, theatre-in-the-rouncl. was introduced. An intimacy between actor and audience was created by use of this new staging technique. Comedy was provided by amusing and in- dividual characterizations in an intimate family-type situa- tion. Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero wrote this modern Spanish comedy. Miss Alice McDonnell directed. Fernandita (Glenda Wells), " the lady had nothing but praise and hospitality for anybody from her home town. Gerald Green, as Don Pascual, tried to prevent an excess of generosity. Among the varied genres of characters were Mary ylli as a snoopy vendor, and Don Hess, a scoun- drel who lived by his wits and considered his life work teaching women what love is and writing poetry. Jack Everton played the role of a pacing porcupine. Jim Ward s portrayal of Nobeljas, a too good and too obedient old man. was flawless. Keith Waldrop was the job-seeker whose chief attribute was having fingers on each hand. Mary Miles Peckham was flirtatious Rosita; Leigh Groendycke, Alberta, and Donna Mahon, Paloma. 144 Stanislaus, writer and teacher of acting, in- spired the freshman cast of " Out of the Frying Pan the 20 and 21 of November. Dr. Karl Bruder was the director of Francis Swann s zany play. The comedy told of three young women (Beverly Groh, Lischia Newcomber, Gweneth McDonald) and three young men (Clarence Brown, Jerry Shaft, Pat McGregor) who shared an apartment in New York. They were aspiring to a career on the stage, and because of this they were driven to an economic scheme ol living. Clarence Brown, veteran of some experience in little theatre work in California, interpreted Norman, the role of the actor with grease-paint in his veins. Keith Walchop appeared as Mr. Kenny, much-sought producer. Connie Creswell was the confused girl-friend and part-time corpse who nearly informs the irate father. Bill Hutchinson. Patsy Chapman had the role of the stage- struck landlady; Jess Danner and Harry Tharp were per- plexed policemen. Out of the Frying Pan was written as the result of actual experience by Francis Swann. He was one ol many hopeful actors who began wearing out shoe-leather trying to get theatrical work in New York in 1957. Out of the Scene from Freshman play, " Out of the Frying Pan " 145 Claboralc .stage settings WM . ted lor the Shakespearian play. Twelfth Night. Tl Jwe laht n W illiam Shakespeare s Twelfth Night was presented February 26 and 27. Originally a five-act play with running time or two and one-half hours, the comedy was cut to two acts totaling 90 minutes by Director Alice McDonnell. The role or Sir Toby Belch, Elizabethean sot who proved his mettle not only with the cup but also by the sword, was carried by Jim Deay. Gerald Green acted the laugh-provoking role of " self loving ' Malvolio. Keith Walclrop played the weak limbed Sir Andrew Aguecheek. Doubling as fool and wise-man, Moe McFndree performed as Feste, servant clown. The striking identity of the twins, Viola and Sebastian, was developed by Joyce Miller and Don Hess, both through costuming and presentation. Depicting Lady Olivia was Joanne James. Jim Ward portrayed her suitor, Duke Orsino. Handling supporting roles were Mary Wylli. Roger Shepard. Bill Scriven, David Cropp, Bill Boub, Henry Tharp, Byrne Blackwood, Rawley Farns- worth. and Ronald Fredrickson. Traditional difficulties in comprehending Shakespearian dialogue were minimized by cast compe- tence. 146 The Skin of Our Teeth by 1 hornton Wilder was presented April 26 and 27. Dr. Karl Brucler directed. It was a comedy about the Antrobus family who were played by Don Hess, Jeanne Waldvogel, David Cropp, and Beverly Groh. Mary VVylli had the role of the maid. Roger bhepard acted as announcer. Cast as stage manager was Bill atts. Joleen Woolcott served in the role of fortune teller. Dressed as dinosaur and mam- moth were Moe McEndree and Maurice Dutton. Ronald Fredrickson was a telegraph boy. Cast as seedy-looking characters were John Dillion. Byrne Blackwood, Bill Hutchinson. Jack Everton, Kathleen Calvert, Barbara Knipe and Gavonna New- comer. Keith Waldrop was cast as the monkey con- veener. Assistant broadcast official was Jess Danner. Bob Matthews acted as chair pusher. Other conveeners and those cast as substi- tute actors were Jim Deay, Haydee Eguiluz. Doris Johnson. Phyllis King, Jane Connelly. Eugene Tush and Gweneth McDonald. The Antrobus family had survived a thou- sand calamities by the skin of their teeth. Here was a tribute to their indestructibility. ok Jur Jeetn Slide films introduced Tlie Skin of Our Teeth. Left: The society for affirming the end of the world. Right: Tlie Antrobus family around which tlie activities of the play center. 147 £ mpona tute The Emporia State Band is really divided into three groups; a marching, varsity, and symphonic band. The marching band plays for athletic events and parades; the varsity band performs at pep rallies and other events that call for a small group: and the symphonic band is a select group that plays for concerts. Special programs of the marching band in- cluded a musical quiz contest at the Drake game; a Band Day at the Illinois State game, at which a number of high school bands participated: a Homecoming half-time show in cooperation with the girls pep club, which included the formation of a carousel; and a performance at the St. Bene- dict s game in which an Army drill team participated. The symphonic band was selected to sight- read all new band materials for the Kansas Music Educa- tors Association this year. 1 hey also played for the KSTA Convention. William Scriven was soloist at their fall Pop Concert. Other activities included their annual spring concert, and participation in the first annual Band Clinic. 1 he varsity band played at the home basketball games. All the Emporia State bands were under the direction of Raymond Mannoni this year. Mr. Mannoni. new on the faculty this year, is recognized for the outstand- ing performances of his marching bands. 148 The College Symphony Orchestra has taken as its purpose the training of music students, as well as the pro- vision oi an outlet for students who are not music majors, to become acquainted with music in the orchestral field. Under the direction of Leopold Liegl, the Symphony Orchestra presented its two annual concerts December 5, and March 19. Denis Cowan, of the music department, was soloist at the fall concert. In the spring, the second Annual Student Solo and Concerto Recital was given in the Music Hall Auditorium, featuring outstanding junior and senior music students. The six students were Virginia Russell, flute; Frank Sidorfsky, clarinet; Nancy Lee Moore, mezzo- soprano: Goldabelle Noland Gregg, piano; Jo Anna Reigle. violin; and Ronald Wingo, pianist. Out of all colleges in this area, the student solo recital concert is found only at Emporia State. It is the aim of the orchestra to study and play representative music of all periods. The Symphony Orchestra is a separate course in the music department which may be taken for credit in the department. The per- sonnel of the group this year was approximately 40, and has used several faculty members in its membership for major concerts. L oiieae VJrcnestra 149 A fi o a IT ' ' CL oruS Bottom Ron.: Colic. Shaw. Krehbiel. Patterson. Hen- drickson. Clcvcnger. Cook, French. Waldron. Riogle. Lambert. Baker. Root. Sec- ond Roir: Warren. Wil- son. Henrv. Reznicek, Mahon, Young, Spafford. Horton, Campbell, Gregg, Siler. McClelland. Moore. Lam, Frazer. Third Row: Meyer. Briggs. Rings. Mc- Cracken. Walsh. Hill. Rob- bins, RopFogel. Meredith. Brown. Smith. Turner. Dudgeon. Buttron. Dud- geon. Black. Top Rou : Burns. Froelich, Richards. Kloefkorn, Hilderman. Var- num. Shaft. Wingo. Kett- ner. Jones. Harvey. Sidorf- skv. Parr. Madolc. Graner. Symphonic Chorus is composed of students interested in choral work. The group presented Christmas and spring concerts, as well as participating in the Christmas convo- cation. In April the organization made a concert tour of western Kansas. All types of songs are sung by the group, which is directed by Dr. Robert M. Taylor. BoUom. Row: Harris, Walsh, Clevenger, Rossillon. Henry. McClelland. Dud- geon. Top Ron ' : Flair, Scriven, Robbins. Meredith. Massey. Froelich. Cowan. Ensemble Singers specialize in singing classical music. They had 1 5 members this year and sang for civic and church groups, as well as presenting a concert on the campus each semester and making a tour in April. They were under the direction of Denis Cowan of the music faculty. 150 Bottom Row: Hume. Haage. Stroud. Top Row: Plummer, Wort- man, Burns. Hilderman, Tli„l..n. The Counts, although not a campus organization, played for the majority of campus dances this year. They are under the direction of Tom Tholen, and several of the band mem- bers are college students. The Counts also play for non- campus groups, as well as for out-of-town activities. Bottom Rou : Young. Kreh biel. Dressier. McMillan Top Row: Patterson Moore. Buttron. Rings Hirschom, Frazer, Briggs Lam. Lambert, Waldron Treble Clef was organized in 1911 under the direction of Miss Catherine Strouse. This year it was under the direction of Miss Rosamond Hirschorn. The group pre- sented a Christmas Concert and sang at two religious convocations during the year, in addition to their annual Spring Concert in April. reole Clef 151 r f r r Bottom Row; RoLBms, Wingo, Sidorfsky. Hil.l.-rn.an. Top K Mereditk. Richards Peterson. Froelich. Flair. Graner, Burns. Martin. Parr. Dudgeon. Meares Pla Wu Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, honorary music fraternity for men, was organized in Boston, Massachusetts, on October 6, 1898. Since that time the organization has grown to approximately 100 chapters. In 1955, a small local music fraternity was organized on the campus under the name of Mu Psi Chi. In 1957, under the sponsorship of Dr. Orville J. Borchers, the group became Beta Upsilon chapter of Phi Mu Alpha. The basic purpose of the organization is to promote good music and to encourage brotherhood and loyalty to the school. Membership in Phi Mu Alpha is based upon scholarship, musicianship, professional promise, and inter- est in the various phases of music activity. Since becoming head of the music depart- ment in 1949, Dr. Robert M. Taylor has been sponsor of Beta Upsilon chapter. He and Richard Robbins repre- sented the chapter at the national conclave last summer. A delegation of men attended the conclave for Province Seven held at Kansas University, February 12-15. Merrel Flair and Lonn Richards were the official delegates of the chapter. Phi Mu pledged twelve students February 26. To be eligible for membership, a student must have attended Emporia State one semester. The newcomers were Leonard Black. Wilmer Harvey, Don Hoist. John Jones. Eldon Kadel, Jesse Kadel, Eugene Kettner, Don Madole. 152 Warren Massey, Darrel McDermed. Bill Scriven, and Gary Stroud. Robert Froelich and Mike Meares were first semester pledges. Phi Mu Alpha sponsored the eleventh annual Singing Bee. March 21.1 rophies were awarded the first place winners. Sigma Sigma Sigma and Sigma Tau Gamma. Albert Ropfogel was master of ceremonies. The group also supervised events in the district and state music festivals held here in March and April. An activity which is limited to members of the fraternity is the Sinfonia Music Composition Contest which is conducted biennially lor members and alumni. A total of $245.00 in cash prizes is distributed in this contest. The group also presented the annual American Composers Recital April 22. in conjunction with Sigma Alpha Iota. Future Teachers of America is a national professional organization for those students preparing to become teachers. Officers. Bottom row: Dudgeon. Wingo, Hil- derman, RoLbins. Sidorfsky. Top row: Parr. Peterson. Second Semester Pledges. Bottom row: E. Kadel. Stroud. McDermed. Top row: Black. J. Kadel. Massey. Scriven. Jones. Harvey. Madole. 153 latna Ariplta ■y rotci r Sigma Alpha Iota, honorary professional music sorority for women, was founded by seven graduate students and faculty members of the School of Music at the University of Michigan and was recognized as an organization in the spring of 1905. Fully 86 colleges, universities, and conserva- tories now have chapters. In addition there are 65 alumnae chapters. Total membership is 20.000 students. Iota Gamma chapter was established on this campus in April. 1939. New music students were guests of Sigma Alpha Iota at tne annual Autumn Musicale and Tea. Other activities of the sorority were monthly musicals, re- ceptions following senior recitals, a number of SAI parties, and the Silver Scholarship Tea. which is given by the patronesses. The group gives a scholarship award semi- annually, and on alternate years an American Composer s Concert is presented. Students pledged into the organization this year totaled nine. They were Goldabelle Noland Gregg. Jacqueline Vigola. Marilyn Clevenger, Pat Waldron, Mar- garet Walsh, Phyllis Crehbiel, Mary Helen Frazer and Betty Young. Bottom Row, Rieglr. Bultron. Russell. Dudgeon. Top Ro Rings. Meyer. Briggs. Moore. He McMillan. Lambert. . Not Pictured: Lam. 154 Bottom Row. McCnnkev. Davis. Lutz, Vance. Myers. Swenson. Jonnson. Ballentme. Douglass. Borman. Top Row: Colberg. Good. Gordon. Hamilton. Nelson, Remer. Budge. Jones. Bader. Mohn. Newcomer. McClelland. Marty. Not Pictured: Grass- terger. Hugkcs. Patterson, Daklberg. Venson. Roetlier. Steckman. Day. Anderson, Coil. The purpose of Elementary Club is to keep its members in touch with the progress which is being made continually in the elementary education field. It brings its members together for social, in- formal, and educational activities. Meetings were held every second Monday of the month in the gymnasium of the Laboratory School. Local speakers were brought in to discuss various phases of elementary education this year. Some of these were Dr. Dale Zeller, Roy Durham, Miss Anne Goebel, and Miss Sally O Callaghan of the faculty. Every year the Elementary Club brings to the campus a speaker who discusses issues pertinent to the purpose of the organization. The speaker this year lectured at the group s annual dinner in May. Charles Myers served as president. Other officers included vice-president, Carol Johnson: treasurer. Vernon Vance; secretary, Barbara Good; and publicity chairman, Eunice Anderson. Miss Ina Borman and Miss Helen Douglass, both of the department of education and teachers at the Laboratory School, were the sponsors. Membership is not limited to students. Any faculty member who is interested in elementary education may become a member of the Elementary Club. a ementan ¥ 155 S 1 ! ;rv. w ntine. Top Roiu: Martin. Push, Wadd, ,ite, Johnston. Reed. Kett- Fry. Russell. Van Gundy. Bottom Ron-: Riegle. Roberts. Hoffman, Libben. Bishop. MrCracfcen. Grundm Freeman, Wilkie, Lambert. Holle. James. Jeppesen. Top Row: Beyer. Leblon. Do ' Rice. Burrh. English. Peterson. Gcisler. Srhrammel. Larson, McAlister. Ga JC ippct eUJelta p Kappa Delta Pi s purpose is to stimulate high profes- sional, intellectual, and personal standards. The organiza- tion recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of education and strives to maintain a high degree of profes- sional fellowship within the group. Members are selected from the upper 25 per cent of the junior and senior classes. Factors taken into consideration in electing new members are professional promise, high scholarship, personality, attitude toward a teaching career, and ability to express thoughts and ideas. Among their special activities this year was a tea in honor of incoming students of high scholastic rank: and speeches on visual aids, music appreciation, and edu- cation. Also, panel of Kappa Delta Pi members gave a discussion-summary of their trip to the Boy s Industrial School at Topeka. Officers included Rosalea Freeman, Rich- ard McAlister, Lorna Holle, Dene Ballentine, and Virgil Dowell. Nathan P. Budd and Dr. Ff. E. Schrammel were sponsors. 156 1 he first FTA chapter was founded in 1959, as an outgrowth of the Horace Mann Centennial. That year marked the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the first state school for the preparation of teachers. At present there are chapters in at feast 200 colleges and universities. In 1940 the local chapter, The Herbert G. Lull Chapter of the Future Teachers of America, was formed. This year it was a Victory Honor Roll Chapter with more than I 50 members. During the fall term more than 100 members attended the state teachers meeting at Topeka. Members also attended various PTA meetings in the spring. Local chapters of the FTA function as local educational associations. As junior members of the state national education associations, these students receive monthly journals. I he group voted to reinstate Lyon County Citizenship Recognition Day. dedicated to new potential voters. A dinner was planned for newly-eligible voters in Lyon county. Officers for the year were president, Dick McAlister; vice-president, Grace Salver; and secretary- treasurer. Barbara Hamilton. hers mrerica Bottom Row: Parks. Gum. Bader, Fry. Bruington. Mellentruch. Second Row. Permell. Doll, Wagner. Hooper. McCoy. Croyve. Stone, McCracken. Freeman, Lament. Matzen. Gordon. Groendvcke. Bailentine. Top Rou : Collins, Cook. Thorpe, Wolfe. Ropfogcl. McAlister. Kettner. Boaturisht. Rickards. Leyinson. Wingo, Bailey. Wald- yogel. " Simmons. Roksnn. fxp R £5 V» ' :. s . " $ r i V ?? 157 P A Green. Hoffman, Beyer, Lambert, RutI,, Klinhvorlh. Wright. Pali WarJdell. Lank. Thompson. Not Pictured: English, Sanderson. Will Alpha Theta Rho, honorary art fraternity, was organized on this campus in 1958. Purpose or the fraternity is to give art students the opportunity of meeting people of the art profession who sponsor activities in the art field. Membership in Alpha Theta Rho is limited to art majors with high scholarship standards. Students member must be approved for pledgeship by active mem- bers. Pledges this year were, first semester, Kenneth Green, Jean Patterson, Bob Klintworth. Charles Schroeder, and Jack South; second semester, Leigh Groendyke, Joan Brock- elman. Jack Homan, and John Dillon. Officers were president, Winifred Ruth; vice-president, Beulah Beyer; and secretary-treasurer. Mary Ann Grundmeier. The group gave two art shows. One a use- less articles show in which exhibits were placed in the hall cases of the art department and another one at Haynes Hardware and Newman s department store. Members also worked on the set of Curli-Q. Faculty members who are sponsors of Alpha Theta Rho are Mary Kretsinger, Charles Thompson, and Norman R. Eppink. 158 Epsilon Pi Tau, national industrial arts fraternity, was founded at Ohio State University March 15. 1929. The local chapter, Alpha Epsilon. was organized on this campus April 19, 1949. The fraternity has chapters in a number of foreign countries. Purposes of the organization are to promote interest in industrial arts and to stimulate better preparation of teachers in general. During the past year the organization has built project plans to send to members and graduates who might be interested in adopting them. New pledges numbered six. They were Anthony D ' Ovidio, Paul Bengtson, Marvin Biggs, Clayton Hall. Donald Watlrins. and Wilbur Mitchell. Member- ship in the fraternity is by invitation and is based upon scholastic standing. Elected president was Asher Coleman: vice- president. Robert Allbee; secretary-treasurer, Fred Leeney; and historian, Jack Majors. Faculty sponsor was E. L. Barnhart. indus- trial arts department head. Other faculty members who were active in the organization were Dale Ffogan, Norman R. Ashbaugh, and Eugene McMuIIen. Mr. McMuIIen replaced Harold Woods who was recalled to the armed services. Bottom Row: McMuIIen. Barnhart. Hogan. Ashfcaugh. Top Roto: McDaniel, Ha sooli. Majors, Leeney. Coleman. Allbee. 159 A jrT S ' -dH A£° if " w He B j. E.. I Hv H fe tm 1 -. ■ fl if A 1 II f; Bollom Rom: Ames. Stone. Aiken. Top Roil ' : Detrcich. Bradsl.au-. Sadowsky. Woods. Scharlz. Madison. Wagner. Campbell. Scafe. Cower. . Smith. J appa II H lu appci czLambut a Kappa Mu Lambda was founded in 1926 as a social sorority for married women students. Later, membership was expanded to include students wives. President this year was Perdita Scafe; vice-president. Marge Campbell; secretary-treasurer, Donna Schartz; and reporter, Marvelle Todd. M—aiMM IIMIIIMB— —————— Bollom Row: Crumley Switzer, Allison. Pugh Tucker, Holle. Libben Smith. Top Ro.r: Wilson Henry. Scott. Wilkie. Var vel. Burgert. Rusk, Becker Peterson. Albert. Buret, Eccles. Woods. Klotz, Ruth McAIister, Dixon. More land. Nol Pictured: G well. Crawford. Gearhart Gregory, Hanifan, Henry Morris. ' Otterstrom. Reed Sheffield. Shur. Wright P «IW J appci 1 1 lu w C njlion Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honorary mathematics society. Membership is limited to students who have a high scholastic achievement. President was Leo Scott; vice- president, Eugene Moreland: recording secretary, William Varvel; treasurer, Alvin Rusk; and corresponding secre- tary, Prof. C. B. Tucker. Dr. O. J. Peterson was sponsor. 160 Bottom Rom: Wilson Suitzer. Huff, Wilkie Libben. Kock, McWher tcr, Klotz. Relph, McAlis ter. Dowoll. Justus. T. Row: Hiskey, Moreland Hicbert, Baker. Varvel Foster. Burgert. Pugh Rusk. Eccles. Robinson Woods. op The Purposes of Lambda Delta Lambda are to recognize scholarship and to further interest in physical science. Nu chapter was established on the campus in 1957. This year ' s officers were president. Dick Hiskey; vice-president, Virgil Pugh: secretary, Elva Libben: treasurer. Eugene More- land: and Sergeant-at-arms, Bill Varvel. cJLambda oDelL cU-ambat Bottom Roiu: Rees. Red mond. Borman, McWher tor. Second Row: Calkins Turner. Ralzlaff, Breukel man. Andrews. McLeod Foster. Graves. Spencer. Agrelius. Top Ron- Brook: Dixon. Besbarat. Hiebert Tucker. Mi n ter, Zwickl Boatwright, Hodge. Camp bell, Bailey, Justus. Brooks Beta Beta Beta seeks to encourage scholarly attainment in biological science by limiting its membership to those who achieve superior academic records. President was Willis Ratzlaff; vice-president. Virgil Dowell: secretary and assistant treasurer, Charles Graves; and historian, Lois Redmond. Faculty sponsor was Dr. Ted Andrews. eta (J eta eta 161 Bottom Row: Green. Huft. Dowell. Stapleford, Neho- rayan. Nehoray. Second Row: Andrews. Davis. Lit- ben. Petefish. Koch. Pugh. Parkman. McWherter. Ott. Breukelman. Top Row. RKodes. Campbell. Black. Dav. Graves. Boaturight. Pvle. Becker. Rusk. Egner. Minter, Eccles. Smith. Brooks. Not Pictured: Bur- gert. Hodge. Justice. Kem. Lattin. Manahan. McCuI- lougb, Skaw, Smith, Wilhm. Sc cience s iub Science Club was organized in 1939, and its purpose is to create and promote interest in all fields of science. Officers elected this year were president, Virgil Dowell; vice-presi- dent, Elva Libben; secretary, Lottie McWherter; and treas- urer, Alvin Rusk. Dr. Ted Andrews was faculty sponsor. Bollom Ro.e: Bergsten Switzcr, Allison. Pugh Tucker. HoIIe. Libben Smith. Top Row: Crumley Scott. Ewing. Wilkic. Hot tenbach. Burgert. Becker Peterson. Albert. Burch Eccles. Woods. Klotz. Mc Alister. Dixon. Not Pic lured: Farmer, Lattin Reed. Schwendinian. Var 1 1 lutnematicd The Purpose of this club is to provide an organization for the benefit of students interested in mathematics. Officers this year were president, Lloyd YVilkie; vice-president, Don Hanifan; secretary, Virginia Pugh; and treasurer, Vernon Switzer. Dr. O. J. Peterson, C. B. Tucker, and Allan H. Albert were sponsors. 162 Bottom Row: Hoffman. Th Pyle. Top Roi Bimev. Malic clcr. Dutton. idlers. Kirk. as. Daniels. McEndree, Keek. Ben- Rythmic Circle is an organization for advanced modern dance students. The Circle culminated activities this year with the presentation or its annual Spring Recital. Officers were president. Reita Sargent; secretary-treasurer, Joan Wilkerson; and publicity chairman, Pat Thomas. Miss Jeanne Chesney was faculty sponsor. Kkuthmic (circle Mellenkruck, Kleinlrans. Oyler, Ewing. Kettner, Satz, Mosker. Huff. Kett- ner. Smitk, Strong. Social Science Club has as its purpose the broadening of understanding in the social science field. Membership is open to any interested student. Officers this year were president, Eugene Kettner; vice-president, Dick Griggs; and secretary-treasurer, Roberta Smith. Dr. Orville Wat- son Mosher was faculty sponsor. Social c cience 165 G ommerce ( tub Promotion of a professional interest among its members, toward business and its modern trends is the aim of the Commerce Club. Membership is open to anyone interested in the Field. A picnic at Peter Pan Park and the annual Commerce Club banquet in April were the group s social highlights this year. At the picnic, games were played and officers elected. At other meetings programs were selected to carry out the club s aims. Miss Anne Goebel, of the social science department, spoke on her recent visit to Africa. Bert Jamison, Don Peters, Otha Mayes, and Deaun Taylor presented Likes and Dislikes in a panel discussion. H. E. Schlicter, of Newman s department stores explained his display work at Newman s. Also movies were shown on industries of Kansas. Faculty sponsor is V. C. Hiett, commerce instructor. Membership this year was approximately 90, and meetings were held on the first Thursday evening of each month in the Student Union Building. Officers of the organization for the year were president. Roberta Briles; vice-president, Otha Mayes: secretary, Eva Marie Posey; and, treasurer. Dale Thorne. Charles Peterson was in charge of programs. All officers are members of Pi Omega Pi, honorary commerce fraternity. Officers. Bottom row: Otha Mayes, vice-president; Eva Marie Posey, secretary; V. C. Hiett. sponsor. Top row: Roberta Briles. president: Charles Peterson, programs: Dale Thorne, treasurer. 164 Bottom Row: Harp. Pennell, McCate, Seeman. McGill. Baker. Lightcap. Griffin. Second Row: Duckwall, McCullough. Deitrich, Long. Kemmerer, Koch, Brandt. Hawley. Pvle. Clearv. Duncan, Russell. Top Row: Lightcap. Case. Jamison. Wiley. Peters. Johnson. Nicholson. Mayberrv. Adams, Tanner. Bonar. Bottom Row: Jones. Cole. Wi.hert. Hielt. Vigneron. Steinle. Mings. Clark. Sec, Row: Elder. Chapman. Kellner. Cobble. Smethers, Peckham. Briles. Posey. Ma- Baehr. Top Ron-: Hennessy. Rowe. Russell. Peterson, Hart. Cook. Thorne. R Margason, McConnell. Taylor. Not Pictured: Adams. Albrccht. Beck. Blomn. Boub. Bradshaw. Brewer. Briix. Brown. Burch. Canadav. Coman. Farmer. Faulconer, Field. Flores. Geisler. Gifford. Goodell. Holtsclaw. Hosey. Huebert. Keck. Lewis Loon, is. McCallion. Pennington. Pine. Porter. Reeble, Richardson. Schrock. Seibel Shields. Simmons, Smith. Tobin. Whitesell, C. Wilhite, H. Wilhite, Wood. ' under 165 I i Kymeaci Pi Pi Omega Pi was founded at Northeast Missouri State Teachers College in 1923. Mu chapter was established on this campus in 1929. Membership to the organization is limited to commerce majors. Students chosen for their skill and ability to excel in professional efforts, and for their promise of leadership in business education. A total of 1 7 new members were taken into the organization this year; nine pledged first semester and eight, second semester. The group participated in the third annual Business Education Conference March 17, with all mem- bers serving on committees and some as chairmen of sec- tional groups. Also, all members helped in the publication of Mu Pi Omegan, the organization s yearly newsletter that is distributed to active members and alumni of Pi Omega Pi. Other activities include a trip to the Ford Motor Co., Federal Reserve Bank, and K. C. Power Light Co. in Kansas City, Mo.: and the annual spring Banquet, May 8. President David L. MacFarlane was the speaker. Officers this year were president. Doris Wells; vice-president, Elwin Krocker: secretary. Mary Jo Wilhite; treasurer, Charles Peterson; historian, Charles McCormally: and editor of Mu Pi Omegan, Deaun Taylor. Faculty sponsor was E. C. McGill. Bollom Ro«. : Hiett. Huchert. Pennell. Baltz. Wilhite, Briles. Smetkers. Duckwall. Perkham. Taylor. Wells. Angell. Mayes. McGill. Top Row: Russell. Elder, McCorm- ally. Case. Lockard. Peters. Sutton. Wiley. Peterson, Harnden. Richardson. Tanner. Kroeker. Baehr. Not Pictured: Ceisler. Jorgensen. Larson. Snyder. Simmons, Whitesell. r a o p r ' P f ' ■ c- r» j i 166 Bottom Row: Aug, Lambert, McCracke Freeman. Libber,. Taylor, Car iortz. Lam. HoIIe. Wilkie. obeli. Top Row: Riegle, Fry. Omega Literary Society was organized in 1902, as a group primarily interested in debate. It now emphasizes the study 01 literature and creative writing. The organization was given tne name Omega since at that time it was the last group to be organized as a debating society. Originally its membership totaled 21. Enrollment in the society is limited to women who have attended college at least one semester and who have high scholastic standards. Social high-lights ot Omega s year were ini- tiation services and the Christmas party with members or Sphinx Literary Society. Monthly programs included book reviews and panel discussions. Officers were president, Deaun Taylor; vice- president, Lee Wilkie; secretary, Lorna HoIIe; treasurer, Elizabeth Koch; and historian, Rosalea Freeman. Miss Faye Huffman of the library staff and Miss Patricia Gangwer, secretary to the President, were sponsors. Mrs. J. W. Mayberry and Mrs. William Allen White, recently deceased, are honorary members of the organization. Q meaa. r 167 Bottom Row: Fowler Crowe. Henderson. Travis Waldvogel. Top Row Cook. L. Newcomer. G. Newcomer. Wood. Shep ard. Pogue, Long. Rees Wilkic. Loomis. Daniel James, Anderson. No! Pi lured: Anderson. Beckett Connelly, Cook. Gav. Hue bert. Kleile, Koch. McMul len. Merriweather, Muel dener. Murphy. Sams. Scott Titz. Woolrott. Zwickl. S ph v MX Building an interest in literature and in creative writing is the purpose of Sphinx Literary Society. Officers this year were president, Janis Travis; vice-president, Marcia Koch; secretary. Pat Crowe; treasurer. Eunice Anderson; and, social chairman. Gavonna Newcomer. N m Row: Wingate irth. Gaughan. Hig gins. Merriweather, Jones Duncan. Miller. Top R, Schultz. Beckett. W ' oolcott Smethers. Edwards. Corri gan, Fowler. Briggs. Helm ley. Esch. Pyle. Not Pic lured: Anderson. Beyer Bright. Dalquest. Harrouff Havden. Hennessy, John son. Madolc. Newcomer Semisch. The Purpose of tfie Home Economics Club is to form bet- ter friendship among home economics students and to de- velop better home living. Officers of the organization this year were president. Colleen Fowler; vice-president, Joyce Sheridan; and secretary. Betty Bortz. Seated: Hunt. Mrs. ron. Mr. Barron. Vincent Leblon. Thomas. Sidorfsky Viets. Standing: Pogue Long, Freeman, Middlcton Green. Campbell. Dressier Scafe. Blackhall. Stoops Kloefhorn. Equiluz. Leake Hammer. Butin. Coxvan Mosher. Siler. Johnson Reddoeh. Snvder. Moore Miller. Broadening French culture among French students is the purpose or this organization. Activities included monthly luncheons and the annual French play. President or the club this year was Frank Sidorfsky; vice-president. Rosalee Vincent; secretary-treasurer, Arlene Yiets; and song leader. Jean Feblon. Seated: Snvder. Miller. Scafe, Aiken. Campbell. Freeman. King. McCain. Standing: Vardvan. Wil- kerson. Moore. Dove. Flores. Burns. Hamilton. Cleve- land. Markoxvitz. Johnson. Mercado. Coxvan. The Purpose of this club is to give students an opportunity to utilize the Spanish they have learned in class. Meetings are conducted in Spanish. Officers this year were presi- dent, Russell Campbell; vice-president. Bill Vardvan : sec- retary, John Scafe; and song leader, Donna Cowan. 169 Xi Phi, honorary leadership fraternity, bases membership on the criteria of leadership, service, loyalty, and coopera- tion as demonstrated on the campus and in the classrooms. To be eligible for membership a student must have com- pleted 55 hours of academic work, and be elected by a unanimous vote of the members. Elections are held in both spring and fall. The fraternity tries to maintain an equal balance of men and women, and limits its size to 24. The organization is an outgrowth of the Memorial Campaign, which resulted in construction of the Student Union Building. In 1922. 2-4 captains headed teams which solicited funds from students on the campus. The success of these students led to the formation of a permanent organization, which since its inception has emphasized leadership in activities and support ol worth- while campus projects. Xi Phi also publishes and sells the campus directory, which includes the names and addresses of stu- dents, faculty, and social organizations. Other activities of the year include participation in the Campus Chest charity drive; sponsorship of the Toughest Teacher on the Campus ' drive, which was won this year by Herman Baehr of the commerce department: and sponsorship of the Anniversary Ball, the only all-school formal. It was held March 3 I and commemorates the opening of the Student Union Building. Officers of this year s group were president. Jean Leblon: vice-president, Roger Ruth; secretary, Doris Wells; treasurer, Winifred Ruth; and historian, Louise Van Gundy. Alex Daughtry and Alvin Morris acted as faculty sponsors of the fraternity. Other members were Robert Emrich, Robert Kaiser, Virginia Russell, Richard McAlister, Rosalea Free- man, John Clifford, Elva Libben, Martha Madole, Robert Burch, Robert Howard, Mary Jo Wilhite. Jo Anna Riegle, Virginia Tarr, Ann Mueldener, Eugene Moreland. Chester Hayden, and John Parr. Pledges second semester were Alvin Rusk, and James Johnson. Emblem of the group is a rectangular shield with the Greek letters Xi Phi in gold set opposite a golden torch, symbol of leadership, on a background of black onyx. Xi Pk 170 Boil om Rou;: Burch, Clif- ford, Ei nricn. Freeman. Sec- orui R, •w: Havden. How- ard. K user. Leblon. Third Rou Litten. McAlistcr. Mo re I and. Mueldener. Foui rth Row: Parr. Regie. Rusi tell. R. Ruth. Top Rou-: W. R uth. Tarr. Van Gut dy, Wells. Wilhite. 171 Bottom row: Huff. How- ard, McAIister, Skumate. Top Row: Newman. Leb- lon. Tipha l hl O, nieaa 9 ' Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, is composed or college men who have been affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. The purpose of the group is to render service to the nation, the college, the community, and the members themselves. President this year was Frank Newman. Wilkie, Moore, Bonnen- blust. Root. List. Dozer. Duffy, Esping, Siler. Not Pictured: Keye, Slusher, Cox. Hansen. cU-ib raru i tub Newly Organized this fall, the Elsie Pine Library Club through its monthly meetings aimed to stimulate and fur- ther library interests and to promote professional growth through fellowship. Officers for the year were Barbara Moore, Leota Bohnenblust, Lee Wilkie, and Miriam Keve. 172 Bottom Row: Winchester, Rockwood, Braden, Doaan- ieri. D ' Ovidio. Top Ron- Huff. Mercado. Campbell. Matthews. Minter. Cushen herv. Wood. Not Pictured: Mosher. YMCA sent two delegates, Ivan Campbell and Bob Mathews, to the National Quadrennial Convention in Oxford. Ohio, in addition to sponsoring tneir annual Christmas party for underprivileged children. President was Ivan Campbell: vice-president, Kenneth Minter; and sec- retary-treasurer, Jim Rockwood. ■: ' • YWCA too k an active part in Religious Emphasis Week this year. In cooperation with YMCA the group managed the Y-Book Exchange and Y-Sing. Officers were president, Elva Libben; vice-president, Doris Johnson; secretary, Bessie Helmley; and treasurer, Barbara Fankhauser. Bottom Rom: Webb. Viels. Gordon, Hansen. Wilson. McConkey. Ward. Top Row: Colberg. Titz. Mc- Wherter. Libben. Johnson. Bishop. Davis. Petefish. Gustafson. Young. New- comer. Not Pictured: An- gcll.Bark.Bohnenblust.Dal- quest. Fankhauser. Leona Fisher, Lynette Fisher. Fry, Goodell. Graham. Helmley, Luthi. Robson. Sellers, Smith. Venson, Wilson. Johnson. ywc-A 173 During the school year, Newman Club gave opportunities for its 75 Catholic student members to meet together for religious activities, group discussions, and social events. Twice a month on Sunday mornings, the club held coffee hour discussion meetings in the Sacred Heart School Hall. Programs for this year were arranged by Kay Markowitz, and they comprised a Preparation for Marriage series in which each phase was discussed by a specialist in the field. Madelyn Resniczeh represented the group in Inter-Faith Council. In April delegates were sent to the 56th provincial convention ol tlie National Newman Club Federation in Ames, Iowa. Father Arthur Tonne. O.F.M. of the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, acted as sponsor as did Miss Pauline Henderson, Miss Anne Goebel. and Miss Teresa Ryan of the college faculty. Officers were president, Jean Feblon; lirst vice-president, Carl Hoffmans; second vice-president, Rita Kemmerer; secretary, Jo Wilhite: and treasurer, B. J. Green. Pat Crowe as social chairman planned dances and parties. n ewmctn ( lub Head Table: WilKite Lion. Father To I lolfn 174 Representatives of all campus-related religious organiza- tions met in Inter-Faitli Council to plan programs which attempted to help students to integrate religion with education. President Max Woods and Secretary-treas- urer Virginia Reed led the group in its firth year of coordi- nating various religious activities of the college. " An adequate faith for a new age ' was the theme of this year s Religious Emphasis Days which were observed in October and February. Guest speaker for a two-day period in October was Miss Isabel Seebury, Educational Secretary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions of the Congregational Christian Churches. The Rev. Milton Vogel was visiting speaker for three days in February. At this time informal panel discussions and classroom discussions, together with special speeches at fraternity and sorority meetings, further developed the chosen theme. Faculty sponsors of the Council this year were Herman Baehr of the commerce department and Dr. William C. Tremmel of the psychology department. rn ter- y a itk L ouncil Bottom Ron.: Robb ins. Viets, Libben. Reed. WVbb. Top Roro: Merriman. Ma Baehr. Dillon. Tremmel, Stewart, Woods. Noi Pictured: Ketlner, Fredrirkson. Re nicek, Kipp. Ray. ' j£t sn s ' f f BolK Rou : Young son. H, .In,. Dressier ! rustals on. Smith. P ren K! r-inha ns. You Rh« ids Matthews, Horn an. Jao otson. N D„h in End ers. D. Keve . Luthi. Mayes. UUeSleu roundati ion ■■• ' Williams. Starling. Harrouff. Winslow, Pugh. Lvda. Hend Ward. Baker. Second Row: Merrin.an. McConkey. Colt, nnell, Merriweatker, Leewright, Harvey. Cushenbery. Smith. War- ig. Robhins. Clark. Top Rou : Fredrickson. Stapleton. Minter. Butin. Plenert. Meredith. Hiebsch. Smith. Dunning. Massey . McCreadv. Not Pictured: Birk. Broaden. Cheney, Clark. Cook. English. M. English. Franris. Cadberv. Graner. Hager. Hedge. McKain. Parks. Snavelv. Stalev. Winchester. M. Woods. J. Woods. Wesley Foundation is supported by the Methodist churches or Kansas and is one or five similar groups located in colleges throughout the state. Named for the founder of the Methodist denomination, John Wesley, this group was organized in 1929. Its purpose is broadening the faith of the student. Sponsored by the First Methodist Church of Emporia, the organization is under the direction of the Rev. William Merriman, assistant pastor. Faculty sponsors this year were Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Smith. Meetings were held on Sunday evenings for the 75 members, who heard talks from various visiting ( speakers including housewives, teachers, and doctors, as well as other business and professional people. This year, for the first time in its history, Wesley Foundation entered athletic competition, sponsor- ing teams in the intramural league. At the Youth Fellowship meeting in Decem- ber, members presented a one-act comedy entitled Christ- mas Trimmings. The play was directed by Ronald Fred- rickson, and the cast consisted of June Ward, Dorothy 176 Hendrickson, Warren Massey, Jack Homan, Bob Leen- wright, Frank Butin, Cressie Young, Mary Starling, Nita Baker, and Lyle McCready. Members of the production staff were Kenneth Minter, Virginia Pugh, and Esther Winslow. Wesley Foundation also sent deputation teams to other churches to aid in presenting programs. Officers this year were president, Darrell English: vice-president, Alice Robbins; secretary, Rose- mary Merriweather; and treasurer, Dave Dubin. Committee chairmen were: Program, Vir- ginia Pugh; deputation, Kenneth Minter: foods, Barbara Good: recreation, June Ward; service. Bob Francis; drama, Ronald Fredrickson; stewardship. Max Woods: Literature, Charlie Pennell; publicity. Margaret Terry; Wesley News, Jo Ann McKain; music, Dorothy Lyda: and alumni, Helen Klosterman. , r £° f u Members gather for a song-fest at meeting-time. Trie Wesleyan cabinet committee 177 u 4 8 Qorer Jl ' au u Don Hoist squirms through the line while Vernon Sergeant gets set for escort clntv. (I5cich in the Caddie e aaain — . 9 ! Myron " Poad " Rodee will captain the 1951 Emporia State squad. When the iootball winds blew into Emporia at the begin- ning of the 1950-51 school year, hopes for a championship team at E-State were regarded by many as anything but bright. Even the most loyal of Hornet fans were predicting a lean year for the Gold and Black. Coach F. G. Welch s only comment was, We II make it rough on a lot of teams. Two straight non-conference losses to Gus- tavus Adolphus and Drake didn ' t add any optimism to the Hornet future, although many admitted that the new de- fensive line was impressive even in losing. An indication of what the future held for the E-Staters came with the conference opener at Wash- burn. Exploding for two touchdowns in the final period, the Gold and Black came from behind to trip the Ichabods 27-19, thus gaining their first win of the 1950 campaign. Sparked by Fullback Chet Hayden, the ground-gaining corps hit its stride for the first time, account- ing for 551 yards rushing, and 151 yards through the air. The Hornet defensive line sent the Ichs reeling backward 180 for a minus 22 yards on the ground. The die was cast, the championship tide had begun to roll, and predictions were due to he altered. The E-Staters drubbed Eastern Illinois State 18-0 on the following Saturday, and for the second con- secutive time the hard-charging Hornet defense blanked their opponents on the ground. The Panthers were held to a minus eight yards rushing. Southwestern was the next hurdle for tlie on- rushing Welchmen, and the Moundbuilders pushed the Gold and Black to the limit before bowing 14-7. It was the second loop win for the Hornets. Former grads were treated to an amazing display of pigskin wizardry at Homecoming when the vastly improved E-State eleven trimmed Ft. Hays, 27-0. Now, only Pittsburg and St. Benedict ' s blocked the path to the conference crown. Pittsburg was also unbeaten in league play, but that fact only spurred the E-Staters toward their goal. In what had been termed the CIC game of the year, the Captain Chet Hayden sparked the Hornets to the CIC championship. The 1950 CIC Champs. Boilom row, left to right: Sidener. Ferrin. Green. Carmickael. Elmore. Hetten- back. Goff. Cook. Eudaley. LeVieux. Smitke. Musgrave. Second row: Sherrer, Skepler. Krause. Minear. Ehrlich, Sergeant, M. Rodee. Panesis, Sanger. Hayden. Thissen. Third Row: Kakler, Fisk. Fitzgerald. Allison. Koekn. Dudley. R. Rodee. Buccino. Porter. Campbell, Long. Garrett. Welch. Fourth row: Caywood, H. McClelland. J. McClelland. Vining. Nelson. Hoist. Freeman, Clark. Gallagher. Coffman. Minnis. Duncan. Hakn. Warring. Taylor. O ' Doul. Martin. Hatcher, Bellinder. Top row: Davies, Hankins. Tremaine. Smith, Ikekara. Higdon. Holmes. Gearkart. Birk. Francis. Grant. 181 FOOTBALL 1950 Opponent E.S. o PP . Gustavus Adolplms 7 26 Drake 6 47 Washburn 27 1 ' ) E. III. State 18 (I Southwestern 14 7 Ft. Hays State 27 Pittsburg State in St. Benedict ' s 26 6 S.W. Mo. State 1 1 14 Fullback Chet Harden slips out ol trie grasp ot a Drake tackier. The Defensive Eleven. In the line are Keith Clark. Boh Coffman, Bob Rodee, Joe Buccino, Chet Duncan, and Randall Knox. Backing up the forward wall are Bob Allison. Don Hoist. Bob Koebn. and Mahlon Porter. Welchmen thoroughly trounced the Gorillas, 46-0. Chet Hayden started the fireworks late in the opening half when he raced 90 yards for the first Hornet score, and from that point to the final gun the E-Staters roamed the Pittsburg gridiron at will. It was a stunned and lifeless Hornet team that took the field for the last home game of the season against St. Benedict s. Although the Ravens were defeated 26-6, the game was won without the services of teammate 182 Head Coach F. G. Fran Welch plans strategy as as- sistants E. D. Gus Fisli, Keitli Caywoocl, ana Melvin Shorty Long Iool on. CIC STANDINGS V L T Emporia State 5 i) u 1. 000 Pittsburg State 4 l .800 Washburn 2 2 1 .500 St. Benedict s 1 3 1 .500 Ft. Hays State 3 .200 Southwestern 3 2 .200 Coaches : F. G. Welch. Emporia State; Carnie Smith, Pittsburg State; Richard Godlove, Wash- burn; Leo Deutsch. St. Bene- dict ' s; Ralph " Red ' ' Huffman, Ft. Hays State; Harold Hunt, South- western. Randall Knox who had drowned that same afternoon while hunting at Reading Lake. It was apparent from the stent that the vic- tory was achieved through force of habit more than any- thing else. How could there he spirit? But the CIC crown was won, and in a most convincing manner. With the conference crown safely tucked away the Welchmen closed the season with a 14-14 dead- lock against Southwest Missouri State at Springfield. It .eroy The Offensive Platoon. Lii Krause, Harold EhrlicK, Jay Minear. Myron Roclee. Bill Freeman. Vernon Sergeant, and Charles Sanger. Backfield: Bob Shep- ler. Bob Sherrer, Cbet HayJen. and Ber- nard Thissen. S Sy ' Si ' . V WS- £- ' ■ »• " it-yt : 183 End Charles Sanger (top) was named to tine Associated Press second little All-Am erica football team of 1050. Halfback Bob Shepler (center), and Tackle Chet Duncan (bottom) received honorable mention in the AP lit- tle All-America grid selections. Bob Allison drags a host of Springfield tacklers across the 30-yard stripe. was the final performance in the uniform of the Gold and Black for ten members of the Hornet squad. Seniors who ended their football careers at E-State in 1950 were Tackles Harold Ehrlich, Joe Buccino. and Bob Coffman: End Charles Sanger; Guard Jay Minear; Halfbacks Bob Shepler. Bernard Thissen, and Doug Minnis: Fullback Chet Hayclen. and Quarterback Ray O Doul. So the curtain was drawn on another suc- cessful season of football, a season referred to by Coach Fran Welch as the most thrilling in his twenty-three years of coaching at KSTC. So will it be remembered by all Hornet fans. Bob Shepler breaks into the clear as Mahlon Porter eyes approaching tacklers. mm 184 — and buck on the (l usketbuii Jruii Until Fate lowered its iron list on the Hornet basketball fortunes of 1950-51, Emporia State fans were again enjoy- ing trie last laugh at the pre-season predictors. Like the grid team, this year s court squad under Coach E. D. Fish was relegated to the class of the also rans, ' wit!) little hope of becoming a serious CIC title contender. But not The 1950-5 1 Basketball Squad. Bottom row: Fisher, Roetker, Cowan, Williams, Furman, C. Taylor. D. Taylor. Garrett. Top row. Fish, Brumhack, Willson, Kipp. Laney. Anderson. Woodbury, Nelson. Caywood. 3 If) until the last minute of the final game did this also ran concede the championship. The Hornets had difficulty in locating the victory beam at the start of the campaign and the losses piled up, but when the conference opener rolled around, the early season kinks were ironed out and valuable expe- rience had been gained. In the season inaugural, the E-Staters fell victim to the torrid-shooting Caterpillar Diesel quintet at Peoria, Illinois. The AAU team gained revenge for a pre- Head Basketball Coacli E. D. Gus " Fish and Assistant Coach Keith Caywood. 185 CIC STANDINGS ' ' ,„„ Washburn 9 5 .750 Emporia State 8 -1 .667 Pittsburg State 8 4 .667 bort Hays State 6 6 .500 St. Benedict s 5 7 .417 Southwestern 4 8 .555 Roc khurst i 10 .167 Central Intercollegiate Conference all-star team: Bernie Williams, Emporia State: Charles Cordon and Ed Hanson, Washburn; C lint Brown, Pittsburg; and Jim Stotts. Southwestern. Bob Wood- bury and Ralph Brumback of Emporia Stale made the second learn, and Fred Kipp received honorable mention. Jernie Williams (21) watches a three-way scramble for the ball during the E-State-Southwestern game at the Civic Auditorium. vious loss to the Hornets by administering a rude awaken- ing to the tune of 96-40. 1 hen in rapid succession came three setbacks on the auditorium court. Regis spoiled the Hornet home- opener with a 50-58 victory, and Hamline followed by sweeping a two-game series 58-5 1, and 70-49. The next road trip took the E-Staters to St. Peter, Minnesota, where Gustavus Adolphus welcomed the Emporians by handing them their fifth straight loss. 75-62. The Hornets finally found the victory road at Mankato State, still in Minnesota, and rode to their first win of the campaign on a 58-52 margin. After a brief Christmas vacation, the Hornet basketeers returned to action in the holiday tournament at the Civic Auditorium and scored a first round 49-46 victory over Northwestern Oklahoma State of Alva. In the tourney finals, Ottawa U. downed the E-Staters. 65-56. Before the conference season opened. Oklahoma City U. added loss number seven to the Hornet ledger with a 56-48 win on the Emporian s home court. With the conference opener came the added spice of league competition and traditional rivalry. Ft. Hays, the defending CIC champion, was the first league opponent on the Emporia State schedule, and the Hornets promptly disposed of the invading Tigers 58-55. Ralph Brumback tallied 16 points to lead the Emporia scorers, while Glenn Connor paced the Ft. Hays offense. 186 St. Benedict ' s and Rockhurst were trie next roes on the cage agenda, and the E-btaters polished them off in quick order. The Hornets squeezed past the Ravens 54-51 at Atchison, and outscored Rockhurst at Kansas City 77-75. Brumback fed the Emporia scoring in both contests with a 15-point total against St. Benedict s and 19 against the Hawks. For their last non-league effort, the Hornets journeyed to Oklahoma City for a return match with the Chiefs, and were handed a 62-56 setback. Before return- ing home, however, the E-Staters added Pittsburg State to their list of conference victims with a 61-56 win over the Gorillas. At this point the Hornets boasted an unblemished league record, and led the CIC with four wins and no losses. Returning home, the hoopsters immediately strengthened their hold on the loop lead with successive triumphs over Southwestern and Rockhurst. Bob Woodbury poured in 18 points in the 61-56 win over the Moundbuilders, and the combined efforts of Brumback and Bernie Williams led the Hornets to their 70-59 victory over Rockhurst. Firmly entrenched atop the CIC with six straight wins, Emporia State traveled to Ft. Hays for an- other clash with the Tigers. This time the Hays quintet The Season Record IS. Opp. 40 Caterpillar Diesels 96 38 Regis College 50 51 Hamline University 58 49 Hamline University 70 62 Gustavus Adolphus 75 58 Mankato State College 52 49 N.W. Oklahoma State 46 56 Ottawa University 63 48 Oklahoma City Univ. 56 58 Ft. Hays State College 55 54 St. Benedict ' s 51 77 Rockhurst College 75 36 Oklahoma City Univ. 62 61 Pittsburg State 56 61 Southwestern 56 70 Rockhurst College 59 62 Ft. Hays State College 76 65 St. Benedict ' s 55 62 Washburn University 55 57 Pittsburg State College 63 65 Southwestern 70 59 Washburn University 61 ' denotes conference games Loft: Ralph Brumback attempts to steal the ball from a Drury player. Rig if: Timeout during the encounter with Washburn at Topeka. 187 Left: Fred Kipp Ii its the auditorium deck along with an unidentified Hays player as Bob Woodbury steps between them. Right: Andy Anderson goes up for a tip-in as four Moundbuilders await the rebound. Brumback Kipp Laney Woodbury Fisher Williams was in its own backyard and used that advantage to drop the leaders from the unbeaten conference ranks by a 76-62 score. Dan Roether netted 1 8 points for the Hornets, but the Tigers had their sights zeroed in also and were never in serious trouble. After scoring a 65-55 victory over St. Bene- dict s in Emporia, the Hornet cagers headed for Topeka and a crucial game with Washburn. A see-saw battle ensued until the final four minutes of play when the Hornets exploded with a flurry of field goals to win going away by a 62-55 margin. Roether s 19-point effort was high for the E-Staters. Only three games remained to be played, and one win would have assured Emporia State of at least a tie for the league title, but Pittsburg and Southwestern failed to comply. The Gorillas struck the first blow by trimming the league leading Hornets 65-57 at the Civic Auditorium. At Southwestern the E-Staters were set down again 70-65, and this loss forced the Hornets to share the CIC lead with Washburn, the one remaining foe on the E-State schedule. The Hornets and Ichabods squared off for the champion- ship before a capacity crowd in the Civic Auditorium. Scor- 188 Dan Roetlier pushes in a long snot against SoutI western at Winfield. ing in the early minutes was slow and deliberate, with E-State holding a slight 15-15 advantage as the first quar- ter ended. Midway in the second period, however, the Hornets quickened their pace as Ellsworth Anderson, Dick Furman, and Dan Roether sparked a scoring drive that increased the margin to 58-25 at halftime. Two quick field goals hy Brumback to start the third quarter gave the Hornets a 17-point 42-25 advan- tage before Washburn found the range. Led by Ed Han- son, the Ichabods bounced back to cut the E-State lead to 51-45 at the end of the third period. Despite the scoring efforts of Fred Kipp and Woodbury, the Topekans closed in and with four minutes remaining, the score became deadlocked at 57-57. Fur- man s field goal gave the E-Staters a two point lead, but Hanson immediately tied it up again. With 40 seconds left in the game, Dick McConnell connected on a long set shot to give the Ichabods a 61-59 lead which they held to the final gun. Elected co-captains at the end of the year were seniors Bernie Wuliams and Bob Woodbury. Although denied the CIC title, the Hornets wrote another stirring chapter to Emporia State basketball history. YVlLLSON Anderson Furman Cowan Taylor Roether Bernie Williams was named to the Central Intercollegiate Con- ference all-star team. 189 Le t: The 1431 Track Squad. Bulk,,,, Roto: Dixon, SewicK, Klotz. Notkeis. Willson. Summers. Ruth. Tidwell. Mayberry, Taylor. Second Ron-: Henderson. Le Vieux. W ' oodard. Staullcr. Hoist. Thompson. Shadwick. Hutchinson. Welch. Top Row: Garrett. Shumate. Green. Macha. Fitzgerald. Ehrlich. Reed. Siehr. Bellinder. Right: Coach Welch gives pointers to co-captains Roger Ruth and Ralph Su C3CC , ie er rown 1950 CENTRAL CONFERENCE SCORES EMPORIA STATE 69 Fort Hays State 40 3 i Washburn 59V4 Southwestern 1 I Pittsburg State 5 Rockhurst St. Benedict s As the 1951 Sunflower goes to press, Coach " Fran Welch s 1951 Hornet cinder team is just beginning to Hex its collective muscle, but indications are favorable to a suc- cessful defense of the Central Conference title won last year on the Stadium Field oval. The championship-climaxed 1950 season was a record-breaking one for the Hornet tracksters. Led by co-captains Dwight Waddell and Jack Larkin, the cin- dermen virtually re-wrote the record books during a highly successlul season. Waddell, Emporia State s best distance man since the days of Archie San Romani, led the record- breaking parade by setting a new KSTC 440-yard mark of :49.5 in the CIC meet, and anchoring three mark-setting relay teams in the Emporia Relays. Larkin topped discus marks for KSTC and for the Oklahoma A M Preview Relays. Another record-smashing Hornet was junior Roger Ruth, who broke a 25-year-old school mark in the pole vault at X ' b ' AVi " against Pittsburg State. A week later, in the conference meet. Ruth raised his own standard a half inch in setting a new CIC record of 1 5 5 . In the Central Conference meet, the record- breaking Hornet trio formed a high-scoring nucleus that carried KSTC to a third consecutive title by a 29-point margin over second-place Fort Hays State. Two were dou- 190 Left: The Sprint Kma, Ti and Ralph Summers. Cente for KU Relays. I „l,- Gerald Shadwirk. Henry Thompson. Bob Klotz. Gene Reed, cord-holder Roger Ruth. Right: Don Hoist, decathlon entry tie individual winners; Waddell copping the 440 and 880-yard events, and Ruth winning the hroad jump in addition to his record-smashing effort in the pole vault. Other individual winners for the Welchmen were Jim Widrig in the mile run and Fred Willson in the low hurdles. Co-captains Roger Rutli and Ralph Sum- mers appear to be enjoying their best competitive year in 1951, and several promising newcomers are pointing up the possibility for a fourth consecutive league crown. Among those expected to lend scoring strength to the Hornet squad are returnees Bob Klotz, sprinter who finished second in the CIC 100 and 220-yard dashes: May- nard Mayberry and Hugh Lewick, runners-up in the high hurdles and javelin, respectively; quarter-miler Gerald Shadwick; and pole vault third-place finisher Don Hen- derson. Outstanding first-year men are Bill Tidwell, who last year broke Glenn Cunningham s schoolboy mile run record; Don Hoist, general handy-man in five or six events and a promising discus thrower; distance man Royce Woodward: and sprinters Gene Reed and Henry Thompson. Tidw r ell and Thompson have been particularly effective in early meets, the former winning the 3,000 meters event at the Oklahoma A M Relays in his first college outing. Track Coacli F. G. " Fran Welch plans strategy at his desk in the stadium. 191 i $ The 1951 Baseball Squad. Bottom Row: Sadowski. Wilde. Davies. Hamilton. Doganicri. Pasquariello. Long. Allison, fop Row: Russell. Harder. Ingwerson, Markouitz. Kipp. Leeney, McGee. Banister. Reid. Coaeh John Bulkley. (l- ciSebcill 1950 SEASON RECORD E-State Opp. 21 Southwestern 6 13 Wichita U 12 I I Washburn 4 6 Omaha U 10 4 Wichita U 5 12 Southwestern 11 7 Rockhurst 5 6 McPherson 7 II McPherson 2 12 College of Emporia.. 10 12 McPherson 4 21 McPherson 4 IS College of Emporia.. 1 5 Rockhurst 15 8 College of Emporia.. 9 1 Washburn Denotes Mome Gaines. WITH SPRING CAME the familiar cry of ' play ball " and fifty Hornet baseball candidates reported for opening diamond drills. Seven returning lettermen from last year s team that posted 12 wins against four losses provided the experience for Coach John Bulkley s 1951 squad. In the opening game of the campaign, the E-State nine trounced the College of Emporia 11-1. Hornet hitters combed three C of E hurlers for 1 5 hits, while Fred Kipp and Jay McGee set the Presby batters down with five safeties. Thus, early indications point to another suc- cessful baseball season. Walt Davies gets set lor the pitch while Frank Wilde and Fred Markowitz await their turn at hat. Catching is Paul Clark. 102 1950 TENNIS RESULTS E-Slate Opp. 2 Washburn 5 5 Otlavva 4 7 Kansas Wesleyan .... 0 WashBurn 7 4 Southwestern 5 5 Ottawa 1 5 Kansas Wesleyan .... 2 3 Southwestern 1 CIC Meet: Second place tie with Pittsburg State (5-3). Denotes Home Matches. 3 ennis Members of the 1951 Tennis Team. They are ScKuI Haines Fish (coach), Emrich. Wilson. Allison. Bulwarked by two returning lettermen, the Hornet tennis squad opened court drills with 14 netmen vying for a berth on the five-man team. Two members of the squad compete in doubles matches, with the other three being restricted to singles competition. Bob Emrich and Don Allison, last year ' s doubles champions in the CIC, were back to defend their title at the conference meet at Kansas City, May 14 and 1 5. Emporia State ' s golfers returned to the greens early this spring to prepare for their tough eight-match schedule and the CIC tournament held at Kansas City, May 14 and 15. Last year the Hornet Iinkmen took runner-up honors in the conference tourney. George Todd, Bob Cartmill, and John Wil- liams returned from the 1950 squad to give Coach E. D. Gus Fish a strong nucleus for this year ' s golf squad. 04 The 1951 Golf Squad. Bollon house. Burrino. Top Row: Col Todd. Cartmill. Freuncl. Fish (, Ro,,.: Adair. Williams, Brock- rnan, Huckabay, Decker (Pro). ,ach). 1950 GOLF RESULTS EState Opp. 8 Washburn 10 13 , 2 Ottawa 4V2 10 Kansas Wesleyan .. 8 7V2 Washburn IOV2 15 ' 2 Ottawa 2V2 12 Kansas Wesleyan .. 6 CIC Meet: Third place tie with RocWrarst (3-3). Denotes Home Matches. Left: KClub Off.cers at meeting lime. Tiny arc Fred Markowitz, secrete ureri Chet Hayden. president; and Bob Woodbury, vice-president. Rignt; Tl , K Club ..union Dinner at Homecoming. K Through the years the K-Club. composed of Iettermen in the various competitive sports, has been one or the most respected organizations on the campus. The coveted mono- gram that entitles the winner to a membership in the club is not only a symbol of athletic ability, but of good academic standing as well. Letters are not awarded to athletes who fail to maintain the standard academic requirements. Responsibilities assumed by the K-Club are many. At athletic events off-season members take the role of doormen, ushers, and nosts to visiting teams and coaches, besides completing tne endless tasks that are necessary to accommodate a large crowd. On the campus tne K-Club- bers keep the incoming Freshmen in line during Freshmen week and act as judges of tne Frosh-Sophomore water fight. At the beginning of the 1950-51 school year, the K-Club saw a need for reorganization, and succeeded in enacting a new set of rules and by-laws. Officers for the club were, president, Cnet Hayden; vice-president, Bob Woodbury; and secretary- treasurer, Fred Markowitz. Athletic Director F. G. " Fran ' Welch, and Keith Caywood, assistant coach, were spon- sors for the organization. 194 To,. Row: Allison. Bcllindcr. Campbell. Christian. Clark. Cowan. Davies. Second Row: Ehrlich, Emrick, Freeman. Halm. Harder. Hayden. Henderson. Third Row: Hoist. Kipp. Koehn. Krause. Kulins. Laney. Lewick. Fourth Row: MeReynoIds. Markowitz. Maytetry, Minear, Minnis. O ' Doul, Panesis. Fifth Row: Porter. M. Rodee. B. Rodee, Ruth. Sadowski. Sanger. Sergeant. Bottom Row: Skadwick, Sherrer. Taylor, Thissen. Warring. Wilde. Willson. Woodtury. 195 House intramural Managers and sports intramural managers at meeting h Seated McNuIty, Carson. Holm, Anderson. Standing are Van Gundy. Wain. Clark. Warren. Sargent. Wo ' omen 6 KrumuralS rntrumurcLld Miss Galley takes over whis- tle-blowing duties in this bas- ketball game. K B , k f A bJ ■ ii s i The Women ' s Recreational Association guided another intramural program to a successful conclusion. The sports agenda started in the fall with tennis and volleyball. Winter sports then held the spot- light. These included basketball, swimming, badminton, and ping pong. On the spring sports slate were bowling, archery and Softball. Photography has been added for the camera fans. Organizations participating in the program this year were: Alpha Sigma Alpha. Alpha Sigma Tau, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Morse Hall, Sigma Sigma Sigma, and Winnetaska. In women s intramural Softball competition Lea Brown sets for a heftv swing at the ball. 1Q6 Left: Norma Haggard, Tri Sig. was high individual scorer in woi year. Righi: Mary Rees seems to be in full command of ihe situatii bowling competition this The intramural program is an important part of the WRA yearly activities. It is designed to give all women on the campus a chance to participate in recreation and enjoyment or team and individual sports on the campus. The program also provides chances for greater friendliness among those organized groups and provides opportunities for leadership and service. Volleyball, basketball, bowling and softball are the major sports in the schedule, as these have the largest participation. Winning is important in all contests. but points are also given for each eligible participant which competes. Each year at the end of the school an annual award dinner is given in the Student Union Building. First, second, and third place honors are awarded organi- zations on total points earned during the sports schedule. Individual awards are given to outstanding participants in each event. This dinner is the climax of the year s intra- mural program. The Women s Recreational Association also sponsored an all-school square dance in the spring and the organization has decided to make it an annual event. Another project of WRA is the selection of two delegates to attend the national convention College Women s Recreational Association. Students chosen to attend the convention this year were, Tillie Jo Lyons and Pat Thomas. Tlie women s intramural pro- gram stresses individual sports competition. Bottom, camera catches activity of ping-pong player; center, badminton play- er; top, an archery enthusiast prepares for practice. 197 Pk Bottom Row: Carso, Wain. Hill. Van Gund Second Row: Lyon Thomas. Holm. McCul lough. Galley. Chesney Dorris. Anderson. Ward Simkins. Top Rou, : V ren. Clark. Lambert. Cob ble. Newman. Brown. Mc Nulty, Tarr. Childers Shepler. Merri weather Spafford. Not Pictured Warhholz. Briggs. Vigola Wylli. Rees. Hynson. Mc Coy. Sellers, Grisell. Markle Lambert. Ruth. ' J dica Physical Education Club is a departmental group com- posed or women s physical education majors and minors. The purpose or trie club is to promote leadership and ac- quaint the members with some or the problems of teaching physical education. Among the club ' s activities this year were its annual Christmas dinner and two picnics. Thomas, Wylli. Wain, J. Anderson. Haggard. M. Anderson, Brown. McNully. Wood. Bend- er. Rensck, Warren. Alexander. Ladv. plCLdh T ( lub ( 1 1 • U Splash Club is one of the organizations on the campus in which the members are afforded an ibundance of action. Any woman who is an accomplished swimmer may be- come a member of the club. Among its activities are water- safety education, advanced diving, and water ballet. Miss Jeanne Galley is the club s sponsor. 198 Sigma Pi Sigma is completing its 25th year as the official campus pep club. Since its organization in 1926, the club has always been noted for its support of Emporia State foot- ball and basketball squads during the seasonal events. Homecoming week-end was the busiest one for the Sigma Pi girls. Included in their activities were ushering at the Curli-Q performances, marching in the Homecoming parade, and performing in the half-time activities with the band. Fostering school spirit is one of Sigma Pi s special projects. The club ' s duty is to encourage the stu- dent body to cheer for the teams representing Emporia State, so the athletes will know the school is backing them all the way. Girls of Sigma Pi Sigma are chosen by try- outs. Selection is made on the basis of their marching abil- ity, knowledge of school yells and songs, and personal appearance. Personnel of the Women s Physical Educa- tion Department are the judges for the try-outs. After the final basketball game, the girls set aside their uniforms and insignia for another year. When the 1951 football players take to the field, the Sigma Pi girls will be there cheering. Si Bottom ro.u: Wain. Loomi Webb, Sberidan, Gaugho Beckett, Travis, Gum, Groh. Olm, Cr. cen, Waldvogel. Top rou,: Chesncy, Bortz, McCoy, Intramural managers meet with Director Harper to discuss athletic program. m rntramuruld Tennis and toucli football opened the 1950-51 intramural program that saw over -400 students participating in intra- campus athletic competition. Bowling rounded out first semester activity on the intramural agenda. 1 he Phi Delts reigned supreme on the ten- nis court and won the title with six straight wins, followed closely by the Phi Sigs with a 5-1 record. In touch football, the Phi Sigs defeated all opposition to win the campus grid championship, and the Phi Delts nosed out the Sig 1 aus for second place. Champions receive intramural awards. Dr. Harper presents tennis trophy to Boh Klotz. Phi Delt; howling trophy to Harold Rains. Sigma Tan; and touch-football trophy to Ted Harder. Phi Sig. 200 r Intramural golfers watch Jim Walker tee off. Bowling entered the spotlight early in December and the race for the title quickly developed into a nip and tuck affair. The Sig Taus were in complete com- mand as the schedule was completed, however, and took top honors with a 26- 1 record. Basketball, volleyball, swimming, golf, and softball were the second semester activities on the intra- mural schedule. As 1 he Sunllower went to press, the Phi Sigs had already annexed the basketball crown, and were well on the way to adding volleyball to their list of championships. Basketball field the intramural spotlight in January. On the left, a player takes a free throw and, at right, everyone offers a hand in this attempt for a field goal. 201 CLASSIFIED INDEX Administration 69 Alpha Kappa Lambda 150 Alpha Phi Omega 172 Alpha Sigma Alpha 82 Alpha Sigma Tau 86 Alpha Theta Rho 158 Band 1-18 Baseball 192 Basketball 185 Beta Beta Beta 161 Bulletin 158 Commerce Club 16-4 Counts 151 Delta Sigma Epsilon 90 Department Heads 72 Elementary Club 155 Emporia State Players 145 Ensemble Singers 1 50 Epsilon Pi Tau 1 59 Future Teachers or America . . . 157 Faculty 75 French Club 169 Freshmen 56 Football 180 Golf 195 Graduates 67 Home Economics Club 1 68 Inter-Faith Council 175 Inter- Fraternity Council 81 Intramurals 196 Juniors 55 KVES ill K-CIub 194 Kappa Delta Pi 156 Kappa Mu Epsilon 160 Kappa Mu Lambda 160 Kappa Sigma Epsilon 110 Lambda Delta Lamb da 161 Library Club 1 72 Math Club 162 Morse Hall 94 Mu Epsilon Nu 114 Newman Club 1 74 Omega 167 Orchestra 149 Physical Education Club . . . . 198 Pan-Hellenic Council 80 Phi Mu Alpha 152 Phi Sigma Epsilon 118 Pi Kappa Delta 142 Pi Kappa Sigma 102 Pi Omega Pi 1 66 Plays 144 Radio Club 140 Rhythmic Circle 165 Science Club 162 Seniors 20 Sigma Alpha Iota 1 54 Sigma Phi Epsilon 122 Sigma Pi Sigma 199 Sigma Sigma Sigma 98 Sigma Tau Gamma 126 Social Science Club 165 Sophomores 4 5 Spanish Club 169 Sphinx 168 Splash Club 198 Student Council 1 56 Sunflower 1 59 Symphonic Chorus 1 50 Tennis 195 Theta Sigma LIpsilon 10S Track 190 Treble Clef 151 Wesley Foundation 176 Winnetaska . 105 Xi Phi 1 70 YMCA 175 YWCA 175 202 PERSONAL INDEX 3 CUILU i d S taPP Agrelius, F. U. G 73, 161 Aiken, J. R 73,169 Albert, Allan H.... 160, 162 Allison, Annette 73 Arn, Gov. Edward F 68 Alterman, Rolland 73 Andrews, Theodore 73, 161, 162 Arnett, Claude E 72 Ashbaugh, N. R 73, 159 Askew, Vida 73 Atherton, Mrs. Helen 112 Baber, C. P 73 Baehr, Herman.... 73, 165, 166, 175 Baker, Weldon N 73, 161 Ballweg, Mrs. Grace 124 Banks, Loy 73, 138 Barnhart, E. L 72, 159 Bigge, Jeanette 73 Bishop, Helen Boertman, C. S 73 Borman, Ina 155, 161 Breukelman, John 72, 161 Brooks, Merle 73, 161, 162 Brown, Mrs. Dorothy 130 Bruder, Karl 73, 143 Buchanan, James H 70 Budd, Nathan 70 Butcher, Walt Calkins, E. J 73, 161 Caywood, Keith 73, 181, 183, 185 Chesney, Jeanne 73, 198, 199 Comstock, George A 71 Corrigan, Margaret 74, 168 Cowan, Denis 74, 150 Cox, Mrs. Inez 74 Cram, S. Winston 72 Cremer, R. G 70 Daughtry, Mrs. Agnes Daughtry, Alex 74 Davey, Homer Davies, Ann 74 Davis, V. A 74 Dorris, Pat 198, 199 Douglass, Helen Marie 155 Duckwall, Rida 74, 165, 166 Eaton, Orville 72 Elcock, Harriet 74 Elder, Walter 74, 165, 166 Eppink, Norman 72 Finkbiner, Mrs. Pearl 94 Fish, Everett 74, 181, 183, 185, 193 Fish, Mrs. Nina 71 Fox, Irene 74 Franz, Ida M 74 Galley, Jeanne 74, 196, 198, 199 Gilbert, Mrs. Gladys 120 Gladfelter, C. F 74 Goebel, Anne 74 Gray, W. H 74 Gunderson, Jean 74 Hansen, Irene 74, 173 Harrison, Mrs. Bertha 105 Harper, LeRoy 75 Hartzler, Findley Henderson, Pauline 168 Hendricks, Charles 75 Hendricks, Mrs. Irene 75 Hiett, V. C 75, 164, 165, 166 Hirschorn, Rosamond 75, 151 Hodgson, Ada E 75 Hogan, Dale 75, 159 Hollinger, Herbert 71 Huff, Clifton 70 Huffman, Faye 75 Humble, Emma Lou 75 Jacobs, John E 70 Jacobs, Judith 75 Jeffrey, Valeta 75 Johnson, M. Irene 75 Kauzer, Adelaide 75 Kelly, Mrs. Marjorie 75 Kerin, Mrs. E. L 92 Kretsinger, Mary 75 Lemon, Gertrude 75 Liegl, Leopold 75 Long, C. D 75 Long, Melvin A 76, 181, 183, 192 MacFarlane, David L 69 Mannoni, Raymond 76 Masten, Charles M 76, 142 McCain, Ida 76, 169 McCullough, Edna 72, 198 McDonnell, Alice 76, 143 McGill, E. C 72, 165, 166 McMullen, Eugene 159 Miller, D. Paui Miller, Minnie 72, 169 Morris, Alvin 76 Mosher, 0. W 76, 163, 169 Nason, Mrs. Frank 88 Newton, Mrs. Beryl 108 O ' Callaghan, Sally 76 Orr, C. Richard 140 Otterstrom, Ruth Overholt, Ward H 76 Owen, Theodore Pedigo, Mark 75 Person, Virgil 76 Peterson, Oscar J 72, 160, 162 Pflaum, George R. R 72 Phelps, Olive 76 Potts, Mrs. Alice 128 Powell, Vonnie Ree 76 Rich, Everett 72 Roahen, Richard... 76 Robinson, J. Eugene 161 Rogers, Mrs. Geneva Russell, Raymond 76, 165, 166 Ryan, Teresa Sanders, Merritt W 76 Schillinger, Ruth 71 Schmutz, A. D 76 Schrammel, H. E 76, 156 Seiler, William H 77 Sheffield, Vernon 77 Smith, Mrs. Bernice 102 Smith, Dixon Stitt, Sam Stuntzner, E. L 77 Sullivan, Mrs. Alice 100 Taylor, Robert 72 Thompson, Charles 158 Thornton, Mrs. Kitty Tremmel, William C 77, 175 Trusler, V. T 71, 81 Tucker, Charles B 77, 160, 161, 162 Turner, Clair K 77, 161 Vander Velde, Esther 77 Vincent, Stillman P 77 Vollrath, Pearl 77 Warden, Delia 77 Webb, Holly 173, 175 Weigand, Joseph J 77 Welch, F. G 72, 181, 183, 190, 191 West, Mrs. Rose 84 Whitten, Kathryn 72 Wood, Darrell E 77, 173 Woods, Harold 77 Wooster, Cynthia 77 Wyrick, Dorothy 77 Wyrick, Green D 77 Zeller, Dale 77 tuden h A Abbey, James Manning 57, 111 Adair, John H 21,123,193 Adam, Carole June 15, 37 Adams, Claron Eugene 36 Adams, Francis Wayne 57 Adams, Van 57, 165 Albrecht, Merle 36 Alexander, Carol 46, 99, 198 Alexander, Rowena Lee 57, 95 Allbee, Robert E 21, 159 Allen, Eloise L 46 Allen, Fred D 21 Allen, James Albert 57 Allen, Kerns C 57, 115 Allen, Nancy 57 Allison, Don Eugene 160, 162, 193 Allison, Robert Dean 36, 123, 181, 182, 184, 192, 195 Amend, Glenn L 67, 115 Amerine, Lois 57 Ames, John F 67 Ames, John Louis 21 Ames, Richard Gordon 57 Anderson, Doris 36, 87, 196 Anderson, Ellsworth George 21, 119, 185, 188, 189 Anderson, Eunice Faye 36, 168 Anderson, Harriet Mae 57 Anderson, Mary Jane 15, 36, 99, 198 Anderson, Mona Jean 57, 99, 198 Anderson, Oliver Ray 56, 57, 127 Anderson, Robert Charles 21, 119 Andress, Charles Isaac 46 Andrews, Lila Lucile 46 205 Angell, Loretta Janice 21,91,166,167 Archer, Mary Dee 21 Austin, Fred J., Jr 36, 123 Austin, Raymond Deane 36 Ayers, Nancy Jane 57 B Baber, Constance M 46 Bader, Helen Joan 46, 155, 157 Bailey, Agnes 95 Bailey, V. Renae 57, 91, 157 Bailey, William Edward 21 Baird, Doris 57 Baker, Betty Lucille 46, 165 Baker, Daniel Buechler 57, 111 Baker, Donna Jean 57, 87, 150 Baker, Nita Lou 57, 176 Ballentine, Dene Merlene 21, S3, 155, 156, 157 Baltz, Carol Haize 21, 166 Banister, Robert Dean 46, 131, 192 Baranoski, Edward Francis 46,111 Barb, Wanda Mae 57 Baxter, Boyd Dean 57, 123 Beck, Joe E 46, 131 Becker, Edward Brooks 46, 111, 160, 162 Beckett, Doris Radene 46, 87, 168, 199 Beckett, Mollie Frances Bellinder, Francis Joseph 181, 190, 195 Bender, Caryle J 46, 99, 163, 198 Bergerhouse, Glen Edward 36, 111, 138 Bergsten, Harold Fredrick, Jr 57, 162 Bernitz, Wanda Delene 46, 109, 142 Besharat, Jalal 21, 161 Beyer, Beulah Lucille 36, 156, 158 Biggs, Marvin E 46 Biggs, Ronald Dee 36 Bird, Patricia Ann 46 Birk, Philip, Jr 181 Birk, Phyllis Phoebe 36 Birney, Joyce Arlene -...57, 83, 163 Bishop, Doris ....35, 36, 83, 95, 138, 156, 173 Bishop, Joann Lee 57, 95 Bitler, Dale Leon 21 Black, Leonard Alan 153, 162 Blackhall, Janice Ruth 46, 169 Blackwood, Byrne David. 36, 127, 139 Blomberg, Merlyn G 36, 131 Blood, Beth 46, 87 Boatwright, Virgil Eugene.. 21, 157, 161, 162 Bohnenblust, Leota Mae 21, 172 Bollinger, Barbara J 46, 99 Bonar, Vernon Glenn 21, 127, 165 Bookwalter, Shirley Maxine 57 Boone, Harold William 57 Boroughs, Marian Beatrice 57, 99 Bortz, Betty Lou 46 Bortz, Nila Jeanne 36, 167, 199 Boub, William Dale 36,81,131,140 Bouse, Dale.... 36, 119 Boyer, Mildred Ann .21, 109, 199 Braden, Billy Lee 173 Braden, Merle L 57, 111 Bradford, Charlene 21, 109 Brandt, Jeannette Lea 46, 91, 165 Branson, Joseph Aaron 46, 127 Brennan, Shirley 46 Briar, Jean Ellen 95 Briggs, Irene Joan. .46, 83, 150, 151, 154, 168 Briggs, Sara Lynn 57 Bright, Jean Carr 58, 99 Briix, Virginia Elise 47,83 Briles, Roberta Adele....36, 91, 164, 165, 166 Brockelman, Joan Marie 47, 91 Brockhouse, John Patterson 47, 123, 193 Brooks, Clarence Paul 22, 161 Brooksher, Robert 58, 115 Brown, Bill Vernon 22, 123 Brown, Clarence Dale 58, 150 Brown, Harry 47 Brown, Jack Edward 58, 123 Brown, Norma Lee 58, 87, 196, 198 Brown, Robert E 47 Brown, Wallace 58 Bruington, Donna Lee 22,157 Brumback, Ralph E 47, 123, 185, 187, 188 Buccino, Joseph 22, 181, 182, 193 Buckner, Robert Dale 36, 123 Budge, Lila-Lee 36, 155 Buenning, Betty Helene 95 Bulkl ey, John L 22, 119, 192 Bump, James Clark 22 Burch, Martha Mae 47, 83 Burch, Robert William 22, 115, 136, 156, 160, 162, 171 Burcham, Carlyn Ann 58, 95 Burd, Bobby Dean 22 Burgert, Billy Ernest 22, 160, 161, 162 Burgett, Jerry Clifton 58, 123 Burns, Beverly Nadine 58 Burns, Robert Lloyd 47, 127, 138, 139, 150, 152, 169 Burns, Victor Arthur 151 Burrows, William B 67 Busse, Eugene LaVerne 47,138 Butin, Frank Edson 37, 169, 176 Butterfield, Duane E 22 Buttron, Clarice Irene 22, 150, 151, 154 c Caldwell, Joseph Clark, Jr 58 Calvert, Lenora Kathleen 58 Campbell, Betty Ann... .47, 95, 150, 167, 169 Campbell, George William 47, 181, 195 Campbell, Ivan Leslie 22, 162, 173 Campbell, Russell Norman 22, 169 Canaday, Joan 61, 83 Cannon, Kenneth E 22, 123 Cantrell, Joseph Sires 58 Carmichael, Duane Elwyn 37, 181 Carnine, Howard Lloyd 22 Carr, Gerald Walter 22, 123 Carr, Morris Edward... 22, 123 Carson, Dorothy Arlene 47, 87, 196, 198 Cartmill, Robert S 37, 123, 193 Case, Rosse Braddock 22, 119, 165, 166 Casement, Charles, Jr 67 Chang, Nellie Y H 23 Chapman, Lois 133 Chapman, Patsy Ann 58, 87, 165 Cheney, John Alfred .67 Childers, Beatrice May.. 58, 83, 198 Christian, William Martin 37, 119, 195 Christner, Keith L 37 Clark, Alice Mae 58,95 Clark, Ila Mae 47, 165 Clark, Keith Harold 45, 47, 123, 181, 182, 195 Clark, Nancy Kathleen 47, 95, 196, 198 Clark, Opal Deloris .58 Clark, Paul Robert 47, 192 Cleary, Patricia Ann 47, 91, 165, 196 Clement, William Donald 140 Cleveland, William Neil 58, 169 Clevenger, Marilyn Fern 58, 95, 150 Clifford, John William 37, 138, 139, 171 Cobble, Rosemary Ann. ...47, 87, 95, 165, 198 Coe, William W 143 Coffman, Robert Dean 23, 181, 182 Coil, Virginia Lou 58, 99 Colberg, Lois Elaine 37, 155, 173, 176 Cole, Colleen Jeanette 58, 165 Coleman, Charles Asher 23, 119, 159, 193 Coleman, Robert Earl 47, 127 Colle, Margaret Joyce 58,95,150 Collett, Howard Lee 37, 119 Collins, Bonnie June 58, 83, 157 Coman, M. Seymour 37, 127 Commons, Bob Davis 23 Connelly, Jane E 47, 91 Conover, Murlyn Dean 37, 131 Cook, Delores June 58, 150 Cook, Jesse Harold 181 Cook, Joan Marie 58, 95 Cook, Lawrence Edwin 37, 127, 165 Cook, Marilyn Louise 47, 87, 157, 168 Cormack, Dona Mae 58 Cowan, Donna Elaine 37, 169 Cowan, Ronald Milton. .47, 123, 185, 189, 195 Cranwell, Covert Curtis 37 Crawford, Eugene David 67 Crawford, Royce Kendell 58 Creswell, Constance Eloise 47 Crist, LeRoy 37, 131 Cropp, David Fred 81, 143 Crowe, Patricia Ann 47, 91, 157, 168, 199 Crumb, Glenn Howard 23, 131 Crumley, George Leon 160, 162 Curry, Thomas Eugene 48, 123 Cushenbery, Wilbur 173, 176 Cusic, Charles Erwin ..48, 111 D Dacosta, Donald William 58 Dahlberg, Norma Lea .48, 83 Dalquest, Anita Mae .48, 140, 141, 142 Daniel, Iris Ruby 37, 87, 168 Daniels, Maxine L 20, 23, 163 Danner, Jess Leonard 58 D ' Antonio, John Francis 141 Darnell, Bob Joe 48, 123 Davies, Walter L 181, 192, 195 Davis, Doris Mariette 48, 95, 162, 173 Davis, Glenn Gordon 59 Davis, Leonard A 59, 123 Davis, Patricia Ann 48, 155 Day, Dixie L 48, 83 Day, Frederick Gerry 59, 142, 162 Deay, James M 143 Deitrich, Darleen Ruth 48, 83 Deitrich, Nadine 59, 83, 165 Denning, Dennis Francis 23, 143 Denning, Donald Duane 59 Dennis, Richard Roy .48, 119 Denny, Millard Ferrell 48 Detter, Howard M -48, 127 Dick, Wm. James 48, 127 Dickerson, Charles Lyle : 23, 123 Dietrich, George McNeel 23 Diller, Wilma Josephine 48 Dillon, John Edward 59,115,175 Disney, Wanda 59 Dixon, William Osborne 20,23, 115, 160, 161, 162, 190 Doganieri, Bruno 59, 173, 192 Doll, Lois Elizabeth 23,157 Domingo, Lewis L 37, 127 Dove, Roma June 169 D ' Ovidio, Anthony Alfred 48, 115, 173 Dowell, Virgil E 23, 156, 161, 162 Downing, James Lee 59, 127 Dozer, Betty Lou 172 Dressier, Carmen Irene.,56, 59, 151, 169, 176 Dubin, David 67, 115 Dudgeon, B. Eugene....23, 115, 150, 152, 153 Dudgeon, Mrs. Mollie 37, 137, 150, 154 Dudley, William Howard 48, 119, 181 Duffy, Lois Louise 6 7 Dumond, Victor L 48 Duncan, Alberta Louise 59 Duncan, Chester L 181, 182, 184 Duncan, Mary Beth 37, 87, 165, 168 Dunning, Donald Duane 176 Durner, Steve Wayne 59, 115 Dutton, Maurice Gene 59, 115, 163 20-4 E Eccles, Raymond D. -..37, 115, 160, 161, 162 Edwards, Dolores Alvina —.59, 87, 168 Edwards, William Anson 59 Egner, William Joseph. 23, 162 Eguiluz, Hayde Teresa... .23, 87, 95, 142, 169 Ehrlich, Harold Eugene. ...181, 183, 190, 195 Elmore, Don Perry..... 59, 111, 133, 181 Emrich, Robert Daniel 23, 119, 136, 171, 193, 195 Enders, Phyllis Joan 59, 95 Engle, Mary Camille 37 English, Darrell Dunlap 38, 156 Esch, Phyllis Ann 59, 168 Esping, Inez Viola 172 Eudaley, Aaron Marcus 59, 123, 181 Eudaley, John William 67 Everton, Jack Eugene 48, 127, 140, 141 Ewing, Roger W., Jr 163 Ewing, Winton James 59, 162 Fabrizius, Arthur Luther 48, 131 Fahring, Stanford Leon 23, 119 Fankhauser, Barbara Lucille 48,91 Farmer, Charles D 131 Farmer, Don Lee 38 Farmer, Mary Elizabeth 38 Fate, Nancy Lee 59, 95 Faulconer, Jane Elizabeth 95 Faust, Robert Eugene 59 Fay, Richard Eugene .48, 81, 127, 142 Ferguson, Carol 48, 99 Ferrin, Clifford Meyer 59,181 Field, Charles Eugene 59, 111 Field, John William 48, 111 Fischer, Leona 48 Fischer, Lynette Marie 49 Fish, Leland Frank 23 Fisher, James Edward 59, 185, 188 Fitzgerald, Alfred M 49, 119, 181, 190 Flair, Merrel D 49, 119, 150, 152 Flatt, Marjorie Louise 59, 95 Flores, Edwin 59, 169 Foster, Albert Kenneth 49,127 Foster, Harlan F 161 Fowler, Colleen 24, 87, 168 Francis, Bob Dale 49, 131 Francis, Charles Nagib 38, 111, 181 Franzone, Ernest Ugo 38, 111 Frazer, Mary Helen 38, 150, 151 Fredrickson, Ronald Harold 49, 115, 176 Freeman, Bill 49, 119, 181, 183, 195 Freeman, Rosalea Vianna 24, 138, 139, 156, 157, 167, 169, 171 French, Don L 38, 119 French, Jo Ann 59, 109, 150 Freund, Jack L 38, 161 Froelich, Robert P 24, 150, 152 Fry, M. Josephine 24,95, 156, 157, 167 Furman, Richard Charles... .49, 119, 185, 189 G Gadbery, Donald R 60, 127 Gallagher, George R 181 Galutia, Lois 49 Garrett, Edwin A 181, 185, 190 Garnie, Lois 156 Gatz, Elmer James : 38, 119 Gaughan, Edward David 38, 123 Gaughan, Margaret Ellen 60, 95, 168, 199 Gay, lyla L 24, 109, 138, 140 Geisler, Richard M 24, 156 Gearhart, Leland Stanford 24, 181 Gibson, C. Maxine 60,83 Gifford, Wynona Jean 60 Gilman, Eva Pauline 49, 95 Goff, Harold Dee 60, 181 Golden, Mildred Westmore 38 Good, Barbara Ellen 49, 155 Goodell, Marjorie Ann 60, 91 Gordon, Mary Lou 38, 173 Gordon, Patricia Jean 49 Gordon, Shirley Sue 49, 155, 157 Gorman, Frances Joan 60 Graham, Lou Ann 49 Gralapp, Marcelle Gaye 38 Graner, Louis Melvin 49, 115, 150, 152 Granosky, Benedict F 24 Grant, Keith 181 Grassberger, Sally 38 Graves, Charles 24, 123, 161, 162 Graves, Judy 49, 99 Green, Gerald W 143 Green, Gilbert Arthur 38, 162, 181, 190 Green, Kenneth 158 Green, Lovilla June 49,169 Greenlee, Robert Henry 38, 123 Gregg, Eugene 38 Gregg, Mrs. Goldabelle 38, 150 Griffin, Iva Elaine 49, 165 Griffiths, Norma Jean 60 Griggs, Richard W 24, 127 Grimes, William Donald 38, 119 Grimsley, Dale Dee 49 Grisell, Donna May 60 Groendycke, Elma Leigh 49 Groendycke, Pattie Ilene 38 Groendycke, Peggy Ellen 2 4, 157 Groh, Barbara Joan 38, 91, 199 Groh, Beverly 60, 91, 141 Grundmeier, Mary Ann 38, 156, 158 Gum, Barbara Jean 95, 157, 199 Gustafson, Lucille Virginia ...60, 173, 176 Guy, Robert Donald 49, 115 H Haag, Ralph J 24 Hackett, Homer Lee 60 Haffner, Maryann 49, 83 Hager, Alice Mae 60 Haggard, Norma Jean 60, 99, 198 Haggard, Robert Glen 24, 123 Haggerty, Earl Dean 49 Hahn, Ralph Jensen 56, 60, 123, 181, 195 Haines, Charles Everett 39, 123, 193 Hall, Clayton 24, 119 Hall, John H 24, 111 Hamilton, Barbara Lee 155 Hamilton, Dent Griffiths 169, 192 Hammer, Marjorie Lee ...24, 169 Hankins, Don C 60, 123 Hankins, Myron M 60, 181 Harder, Delores Ann 39 Harder, Ted, Jr 39, 119, 192, 195 Harnden, Willard Joe 24, 111, 166 Harp, Treva Mae 60, 95, 165 Harris, Alma Pearl 60 Harris, Georgia Lee 60, 150 Harris, Gloria Marie 50, 83 Harris, Phyllis Jean 60 Harrison, Beverly Lee 50, 196 Harrison, Ronald J 67 Harrouff, Mary Elaine 176 Hart, William S 50, 127, 165 Hartsook, Norton Lloyd 24, 159 Harvey, Wilmer Gordon 39, 115, 150, 153, 176 Hatcher, William Edward 50, 119, 181 Hawley, Myra Glen 50, 87, 165 Hayden, Chester G. 25, 171, 181, 182, 183, 194, 195 Hayden, Lora Onabelle 25 Hearn, Doris Virginia 39, 83 Hearn, Norvel Kelly 50, 123 Heaton, Harvey 50, 127 Heiland, Donald 25, 119 Helmley Bessie 1 39, 168 Henderson, Donald Paul. .....50, 127, 190, 195 Henderson, Stephen 50 Henderson, Victor 119 Hendrickson, Dorothy Ann 60, 150, 176 Hennessy, Frances Janet 25,99,165 Henning, James R 60 Henning, Sue Ann 60 Hennington, Jack Lee 39 Henry, Everett 67, 160 Henry, Ina Lou 60 Henry, Phyllis 39, 99, 150, 154 Herbert, Patricia Joann. 60 Herpich, Leona M 50 Hess, Don R 25, 143 Hett, Patsy Rea 60 Hettenbach, Nevoy Gene 162, 181 Hiebert, Clyde June 25, 119, 161 Hiebsch, Charles 176 Higdon, Donald Max 60, 181 Higgins, Boyd Victor 25, 119 Higgins, Virginia Sue 99, 168 Hilderman, Roy 25, 150, 151, 152, 153 Hill, Jewell 15, 25, 87 Hill, Mary Natalie 61,91,198 Hill, Muriel Ruth 25, 150 Hiskey, Richard Grant 25, 123, 161 Hoch, Marianne Susan 50, 99 Hockett, Velda Lee 50, 95 Hodge, Robert A 25, 161 Hoffman, Marion Joyce 14, 25, 91, 156, 158, 163 Hoffman, Victor Francis 39 Hoffmans, Carl J 50, 81, 123, 174 Hogan, Irene Virginia 67, 109 Hogg, Darrell B 39, 127 Holladay, Howard Preston 142 Holle, Lorna Elaine 25, 95, 156, 160, 162, 167 Hollister, Robert Hackworth 141 Holm, Barbara Jane 61, 176, 196, 198 Holm, Gordon Wendell 39, 119, 181 Hoist, Donald Lee 180, 181, 182, 190, 191, 195 Holtsclaw, Jennie Leota 61, 83 Homan, Jack Wesley 176 Hooper, Iva Lee 50,91, 142, 157 Hoover, Ned L 39, 123 Horton, Bonnie Jean 61, 150 Hosey, Harold R 50, 111 Howard, Robert Lee 39, 81, 111, 136, 138, 142, 171, 172 Huckabay, Jackie Paul 39, 193 Huebert, Mary Elizabeth 25, 83, 166 Huff, Clifton Beryl 25, 161, 162, 163, 172, 173 Hughes, Mona Jean 39, 99 Hughes, Robert John 50, 123 Hunt, James Lyman, Jr 169 Hunter, Bill W 50, 111 Hurst, Leonard Lee 50,111 Hutchinson, Samuel Andrew 39 Hutchinson, William Edward 61, 115, 190 Ikehara, Robert A 181 Ingwerson, Donald Wayne 61, 192 Jackson, Harold Wayne 25,127 Jacobson, Delbert Anton 26, 115, 176 Jaggard, Nancy June 61, 99 205 James, Joanne Judith....26, 99, 143, 156, 168 Jamison, Bert Prugh 26, 165 Jensen, Franklin Loyd 61, 115 Jetty, Rita JoAnne 50, 99 Johanning, Cynthia Fay 14, 26 Johnson, Doris B 39, 173 Johnson, Edna Carol 50, 87, 143, 155 Johnson, James H 26,81,119,165 Johnson, John Norman 39, 127 Johnson, William Howard 50, 169 Johnston, Karrol Hubert 26,131 Johnston, Rose Adeline (Fetrow) 156 Jones, Dorothy Lee 61, 87 Jones, John William 61, 150, 153 Jones, Martha Louise 39, 99, 165, 168 Jones, Mary Beth 155 Jones, Phillip Eugene 40, 138, 139 Jorgensen, Gordon L 26 Justus, William John 26, 161 K Kadel, Eldon Ray 61, 153 Kadel, Jesse John .61, 153 Kahler, Conrad Andrew 67, 181 Kaiser, Robert Floyd. .26, 115, 136, 142, 171 Kandt, Harry Calvin 26, 127 Karolik, Lois Joan 50, 83 Kassens, Wendell Grove 50 Keck, Patricia Ann 50, 99, 163 Kellams, Darrell Frank 26 Kemmerer, Rita Ellen 51, 83, 165 Kerns, Guy Bernard ...40, 131 Kessler, Wendell Willard 119 Kettner, Eugene John 40, 138, 150, 156, 157, 163 Kettner, Evelyn Darlene 61, 163, 165 Kiene, Fran 26, 115 Kiene, Marylee 51, 87 King, Phyllis Jean 169 Kipp, Fred Leo 51, 185, 188, 192, 195 Kippenberger, Betty 61, 95 Kirk, (Dolly) Joann 61, 83, 163 Kirkpatrick, James Wesley ..61, 127 Kisner, Edna Mae 26 Kittle, Blanche Arlene 61, 95 Kitts, Barbara Deane 40 Klassen, Kenneth C 26, 119 Kleile, Helen 40, 87, 137, 143 Kleinhans, Neva Jane 61, 95, 140, 142, 163, 176 Kline, Winwood M 26 Klintworth, Robert James 158 Kloefkorn, William Charles 150, 169 Klotz, Robert Joseph 40, 123, 160, 161, 162, 190, 191 Klotz, Victor Arthur, Jr 26, 111 Knauf, Alvin Joseph 51 Knight, Carol Jean 26, 109 Knight, James Edward 40 Knipe, Barbara June 26, 140, 143 Knox, Randall Wayne 40, 123, 133, 182 Koch, Carol Jean 51, 83 Koch, Elizabeth Ann 40,91,161,162 Koch, Kenneth Dean 139 Koch, Marcia Ann 27, 83, 165 Koehn, Robert 181, 182, 195 Krause, Albert LeRoy 181, 133, 195 Krause, Roy Dean 40, 123 Krehbiel, Phyllis Elaine (Mrs.). ...27, 150, 151 Krenger, Charles Edward 61 Kroeker, Elwin Leland 27, 166 Krueger, Martha Lois 61 Kuhns, Richard L 27, 123, 195 L LaBrant, Barbara J 61 LaBrant, Betty J 61 LaCerte, Harry Edward 40 Lady, Evelyn 61, 83, 198 Lam, Alice Joan 51, 150, 151, 167 Lamb, Norma Jean 61 Lambert, Carolyn Fay 40, 99, 158 Lambert, Mary Cecil 27, 150, 151, 154, 156, 167, 198 Lamont, Myra Jane 61, 95, 157 Laney, William TulliS-27, 119, 185, 188, 195 Lantz, Eugene Melvin 27, 158 Larsen, Andrew Glenn 67 Larson, Wallace Eugene 27, 127, 156 Leake, John Herbert 40, 169 Leblon, Jean Marcel 27, 111, 142, 156, 169, 171, 172, 174 Lee, Howard W 27 Leeney, Frederick F 40,111,159,192 Leewright, Robert Vernon 176 Leiss, Joyce Georgene 61 Lemmon, William Dean 51,119 Lenninger, Norma Jane 61 Leonard, Betty Jo 27, 83 Leonard, Sarah Marguerite 51 LeVieux, Don Gene 181, 190 Levinson, Samuel 27, 115, 142, 157 Lewick, Noland Hugh 40, 119, 190, 195 Lewis, Betty Jean 51 Lewis, Irene 109 Lewis, Lewis Rodney 51, 127 Libben, Elva Mae 40, 91, 156, 160, 161 162, 167, 171, 173, 175 Lightcap, Maxine Emolyn 51, 165 Lightcap, Melvin Elroy 40, 165 Linde, William Walker 62 Linehan, Catherine Ann 51, 109 List, Myrtle Janet 172 Lister, Louise Marie 27, 83 Lockard, Walter Junior 27,115,166 Long, Bob Rea 131 Long, Eva Jean 51, 165 Long, Harlan Lee 27, 111, 139, 168, 169 Long, Robert Carol 62 Loomis, Allan Dean ..- 51, 115, 168 Loomis, Margaret Joan 51, 199 Love, Leonard Lewis 40, 131 Ludlow, Ina Fay 62 Ludwig, Jack Eugene 27, 81, 123 Luke, Jessie Louise 51 Luthi, LaVerne Rosetta 51 Lutz, Mary Jane 27, 91, 155 Lyda, Dorothy Evelyn 62, 176 Lynch, Marilyn Mae 51, 95 Lynde, Thomas Carl 40, 111, 142 Lynde, Marilyn J 51, 99 Lyons, Tillie Jo Ellen 14,40,87, 198 Mc McAlister, Richard William 27,119,138 156, 157, 160, 161, 162, 171, 172 McCabe, Joanne 51, 165 McCallion, James Claron 51, 111, 140 McClelland, Harold Dean 181 McClelland, Jo Ann 62, 83, 150, 155 McClelland, John Pete.... 181 McComas, Jerre Ann 62 McConkey, Geraldine 41, 155, 173, 176 McConnell, John 28, 165 McCormally, Charles Joseph 28, 166 McCoy, Bobbie Ronald 62, 123 McCoy, Dolores Elge 51, 91, 157, 199 McCoy, Patricia Anne 51 McCrabb, Bill Keith 51, 119 McCracken, Lenore 15, 28, 87, 150, 156, 157, 167 McCready, John Lyle 176 McCullough, Dixie Lee 62, 165 McCurry, Martha Mae 62 McDaniel, John Soloman 28, 159 McDermed, Darrell Watson ..62, 153 McDonald, Gweneth Elaine 52 McEndree, Maurice G 52, 115, 138, 163 McGee, James Lewis 192 McGill, Barbara Ruth 62 McGregor, Noel Patrick 62, 115 McKain, Jo Ann 62 McLeod, James 161 McMillan, Mary Jo 52, 151, 154 McMullen, Margaret Ann 52,87 McNelly, Peggy Louise 41,99 McNulty, Beverly Evelyn 62, 95, 196, 198 McReynolds, Benjamin Merle 41, 111, 195 McVeigh, Brian J 52, 111 McWherter, Lottie B 41, 91, 161, 162, 173 M .190 Macha, Richard Fred Madole, Donald Wilson 62, 137, 142, 150, 153 Madole, Martha Jeanette 28, 87 Mahon, Donna Lea 62, 83, 150, 163 Majors, Jack Lee 52, 159 Manahan, Robert Lawrence 141 Manners, Grover Dean 52 Margason, Bernard L 28, 165, 175 Markham, Robert Gene 52, 119 Markie, Beverly Ann 62 Markowitz, Fred Anthony 41, 81, 119, 138, 169, 192, 194, 195 Maukowitz, Kathleen 52, 83 Martin, Billy Neal 62, 127, 181 Martin, Robert Leo.. ..28, 127, 143, 152, 156 Marty, Robert Leo 28, 127, 143, 152, 156 Marty, Wynona Beth 62, 95, 155 Massey, Jewel Warren, Jr. ..52, 150, 153, 176 Matthews, Robert Louis 41, 173, 176 Matzen, Bonnie Lou 52, 95, 157 May, Wilda Ruth 62,95 Mayberry, Maynard 28, 165, 190, 195 Mayes, Otha Carol 41, 91, 164, 165, 166 Mayes, Richard Lanson 62 Meares, Michael Alexander 52, 127, 152 Mellenbruch, Virginia Adair 28, 157, 163 Mercado, Franz Paz 41, 169, 173 Meredith, Eva Mae 62 Meredith, Leslie Paul 176 Meredith, Lyle Howard.. ....28, 127, 150, 152 Merriweather, Rosemary 41, 95, 168, 176, 198 Merwin, Ronald Earl ' 52 Meyer, Katherine Charlotte 52, 150, 154 Middleton, Jean E 169 esse, Donna Claire.. .62 Charlotte Arlene 62, 83 George M 52, 119 Joyce Ellen 52, 99, 142, 143 Pauline Joyce 52, 168 Robert James 28 sap, Everett Lloyd 52 inear, Donald Jay.. ..28, 111, 181, 183, 195 ings, Martha Jane 62, 95, 165 Darwin Douglas 28, 119, 181, 195 Minter, Kenneth Wayne 28, 161, 162, 173, 176 Mohn, Nancy Alice 62, 154, 155 Moore, Barbara 172 Moore, Charles Arthur 169 Moore, Fred Marvin 28, 115 Moore, Nancy Lee 28, 99, 150, 151 Moore, Shirley Marlene 52 Moreland, Edward Eugene 28, 123, 160, 161, 171 Morgan, Betty Jo 41, 87 Morton, Melba Irene 62 Muckenthaler, Edwin A 41, 115 Mueldener, Ann Jeanelle 41, 99, 137, 138, 139, 171 206 Murphy, Byron E 28 Murphy, Melvin J 29, 127 Murphy, Patricia Helen 62, 83 Musgrave, Bruce Edward 181 Myers, Charles L 29, 119, 155 Nagely, Phyllis Marie 63 Navrat, Robert John 52, 131 Needles, Alice Mary 63 Mehoray, N. E 41, 162 Nehorayan, Said 63, 162 Nelson, Juanita Lucile 52,155 Nelson, Richard Alby 29, 127 Nelson, William Gerald 41,181,185 Nelson, William Gustav 41,131 Nemnich, Betty Jean 52 Neufeld, Joseph John- ....41, 81, 111 Neuwirth, Dorothy Jane 63, 168 Newcomb, Martha Louise 41 Newcomer, Gavonna Jean 41, 140, 155, 168, 199 Newcomer, Lischia Ann 63, 140, 168, 173 Newkirk, Glen Alton 52 Newman, Carolyn 41, 198 Newman, Frank R 41, 172 Nicholson, Carol Dean 41, 115, 165 Nielsen, Mary Fern 63 Noonan, John Winsor 63 North, Florence Jeannine 63 Norton, Xyla Lee 63 Notheis, John Arthur 63, 111, 190 Nuffer, Harold 42, 127 Nuffer, Shirley Elaine 52 O O ' Doul, Raymond J 29, 181, 195 01m, Mildred Joan 53,91,199 Olson, Henry Lloyd 63 O ' Neill, Florence L 29 Otis, Eugene Mac 53 Ott, Elmer Mathew 63 Ott, Phyllis Irene 42, 95, 162 Owen, Lela 53 Owen, Lila 53 Owens, Marjory June 29 Oyler, Barbara Ann 163 Oyler, Sherman 42, 119 Panesis, Sarondo M 42,111,181,195 Parker, Edgar Dale 53, 131 Parkman, Mary Lee 53, 162 Parks, Ann 42, 157 Parks, Helen Louise 53, 95 Parr, John Melvin 29, 150, 152, 153, 171 Pasquariello, Dominic Joseph 63, 111 Patterson, Henry James 42, 119, 192 Patterson, Marilyn 42, 83, 150, 151 Patterson, R, Jean 53, 158 Payton, Ray Gene 42, 119 Peck Jane 53 Peckham, Mary Miles 29, 165, 166 Pedre, Maria Candelaria 63,95 Pennell, Charlcie Mae 42, 95, 157, 165, 166, 176 Pennington, Edward E 42 Perkins, John B 42, 115 Perry, Edward Nelson 67 Petefish Clara 29, 162, 173 Peters, Charles Roy - 42 Peters, Donald Stoner 29, 119, 165, 166 Petersen, Elton E 63 Peterson, Charles Arthur 29, 127, 152, 153, 156, 164, 165, 166 Peterson, Robert Clark 63 Pflughoft, Frederick 29, 123 Phillips, Frances Elaine 63 Phillips, Keulan Russell 63 Pierson, Jane 63, 83 Pine, Leona M 29 Pinon, Donna Lee 63 Piatt, Patricia Jean 53, 99 Plenert, Eugene Eldon 29, 115, 176 Plummer, Robert Marion 151 Pogue, Beverley Ann 63, 83 Pogue, Jim C 168, 169 Porter, Jo Ann Doll 63, 83 Porter, Mahlon Erway 45, 53, 111, 181, 182, 184, 195 Posey, Eva Marie 53, 91, 164, 165 Powell, Clyde DeWayne 53 Powell, Darrell Floyd 29 Prothe, Joanne Elizabeth Harbaugh 29 Pugh, Virgil Junior 29,81,127,156,161 Pugh, Virginia Eileen 29, 160, 162, 176 Purkeypile, Burl Raymond 53, 127 Pyle, David Lee 63,123 Pyle, Sally Jo 53, 87, 137, 163, 165, 168 Pyle, William Ira 53, 162 R Radke, Paul C 30, 127 Ratzlaff, Willis 67, 161 Ray, Jacqueline 42 Rea, John Lewis 53 Reddoch, Nancy Patricia 42, 169 Redmond, Lois L... 161 Reeble, William Keller 30 Reed, Harry Eugene 190, 191 Reed, Lloyd Dell 42 Reed, Philip Lynn 53, 123 Reed, Virginia Mae 30, 156, 175 Rees, Evelyn Jane 42, 161, 196 Rees, Everett 42, 138, 139, 165, 168 Charles Burney 63, 123 Virgil Paul 42, 123, 192 Reinders, Donna 63 Relph, William Demoe 30, 161 Remer, Orpha 63, 83, 155 Reno, Stanley Joe 53, 123 Rensch, Shirley Annette 63, 99, 198 Reynolds, RoJean 53, 99 Reznicek, Madelyn Marie 63, 150 Rhodes, Bill Lee 162 Rhoads, Glenn Alvin 176 Rice, Calvin Clarence 30, 156 Richards, Gerald Eugene 30, 119 Richards, Lonn Edward 53, 131, 150, 157 Richardson, Hugh Elwin 30, 166 Riegle, Jo Anna 35, 42, 99, 150, 154, 156, 167, 171 Rigsby, Jo Ann 53, 109 Riley, Donald Edwin 64, 123 Rings, Esther Anna 95, 150, 151, 154 Ritter, Vernon 53, 131 Robbins, Alice Marie 42, 175, 176 Robbins, J. Richard.. ..30, 123, 150, 152, 153 Robbins, Mary Jean 30, 83 Roberts, Gloria Ann 64 Roberts, Rae Deane 30, 156 Roberts, William Logan 30, 127 Robertson, Juanita June 64 Robinson Charles L 30, 111 Robson, Harriet Virginia 53,157 Robson, Roberta 95 Rockwood, James Bitneau 173 Rodee, Myron Wayne 30, 119, 180, 181, 183, 195 Rodee, Robert Lloyd... .54, 119, 181, 182, 195 Roeckers, Evelyn Alice 64 Roether, Daniel Edward 185, 189 Roether, Edward Franklin 30 Root, Arlene Vernell 150, 172 Ropfogel, Albert Harry 30,115,150,157 Ross, Arthur William 42 Rossillon, Patricia Louise 64,91,150 Roth, Jim M 43, 123 Rothfelder, Ronald Richard 64, 123 Roush, Betty Irwin 67 Rowe, Floyd Ayleigh 54, 123, 165 Rowland, Barbara Jean 54 Ruple, Robert E 30, 111 Rusk, Alvin N 35, 43, 123, 160, 161, 162 Russell, Robert Eugene 54, 119, 192 Russell, Ronald Dean 43, 165 Russell, Virginia Ruth 14, 16, 30, 99, 143, 154, 156, 171 Ruth, Roger Alan 30, 119, 136, 160, 171, 190, 191, 195 Ruth, Mrs. Winifred Drake..31, 99, 158, 171 Ryan, Wilma Frances 64 Sadowski, Gerald 192, 195 Sanders, Helen Fern 64 Sanderson, Charles H. 31, 123 Sanger, Charles E. 31, 119, 181, 183, 184, 195 Sarem, Amier Mozafar 54 Sargent, Reita Alene 45, 54, 87, 196 Satz, Bennet Alan 163 Satzler, Don 64 Sauder, Joseph Louis 43, 123 Sauder, Julia Ann 64, 99 Scafe, John C 31, 169 Scafe, Perdita Lorraine (Mrs.) 31, 160 Schaefer, Norma June 64 Schaulis, Robert Edward 54, 119 Scherrer, George Joseph ...43,111 Schrader, Alice Nadine 64 Schrader, Delbert Louis 64 Schrock, John Daniel 43, 123 Schul, Allen Duaine 54, 119, 193 Schultz, Mary Charlene 31, 95, 168 Schwarz, Marjorie Ann 54 Schwendiman, Lawrence Wesley-43, 115, 140 Scott, Barbara R 43, 83 Scott, Leo Elmond 67, 160, 162 Scott, Pat 54, 99 Scriven, William Richard 150, 153 Seacat, Dale Noble 64, 127 Seeman, Frances Elaine 54, 83, 165 Seibel, Richard Raymond 31, 119 Sellers, Donna May 43,91,163 Semisch, Jean Rosemary 64, 95 Sergeant, Vernon Karl 31, 119, 180, 181, 183, 195 Sexton, Bruce Franklin..... 64 Shadwick, Gerald L 54, 127, 190, 191, 195 Shaft, Jerry J 64, 115, 150 Shaw, Mrs. Arlene R 31 Shaw, Kenneth Vern 43, 115 Shaw, Vernilea 54, 150 Shepard, Roger Dean 20, 31, 115, 139, 143, 168 Shepler, Marilyn Lou 31, 99, 198 Shepler, Robert Glenn 31, 119, 181, 183, 184 Sheridan, Joyce Mae ,-.43, 199 Sherrer, Robert Harvey 31, 119, 181, 183, 195 Shields, Pat Louise 54,91 Shields, Robert Prather 31, 111 Shoebrook, Carolee 64, 83 Shuler, Cleo Lela 54 Shumaker, Robert Donald 64 Shumate, Orilton Luther 43, 172, 190 207 Sidener, Martin 67, 181 Sidorfsky, Frank M. 43, 131, 150, 152, 153, 169 Siehr, James Matthew -54, 142, 190 Siler, Leanna May 150, 169, 172 Sill, Albert Arthur 54, 127 Simkins, Martha Jo 198 Simmons, Carol Josephine 31, 157 Simmons, Henry Ellis 43 Skidmore, Forrest Dunsmore - 64, 115 Smethers, Carol Ann.. ..43, 87, 165, 166, 168 Smith, Avis Rita 64,99,176 Smith, Dale LeRoy 54, 127, 160, 162, 181 Smith, Donald George 141,142 Smith, Elsie Leona 43,150 Smith, Gwendolyn Beatrice 43 Smith, Leland 31 Smith, Roberta Grace 31,95,163,176 Smith, Wayne P 31, 127 Smith, William Dale 64 Smith, William Leland 64, 127 Smithe, William Stanley 181 Snyder, Doranne 169 Solis, Joseph 54, 115 South, Jack 43, 127 Sowers, Leonard Norbert 64, 142 Spafford, Huetta May 64, 95, 150, 198 Spencer, George W 161 Springer, Beverly Jean 64, 95 Spurlock, Nancy Sue 54,83,95 Squires, Marilyn Virginia 64 Stacy, Gale 32, 119 Stair, Cleo Jack 32 Stapleford, Robert -43, 139, 162 Staples, Elaine 54, 109, 138 Stapleton, Lester Raymond 54, 176 Starner, Mary E 54, 99, 140, 141, 142 Starling, Mary Elizabeth 65 176 Stauffer, Robert Lee 54, 123, 190 Steckman, Mary Catherine 55, 95 Steffe, Barbara Lee 32, 83 Steffe, Roberta 32, 83 Stegman, Jerry Lee 43, 119 Steinkuhler, Rudy E 32, 111 Steinle, Heide Ramona 65,95,165 Stinson, Robert Warner 65 Stone, Mildred Irene 43, 95, 157 Stonebraker, LaVelle Virgil 55, 127 Stoops, Peggy Eloise 65, 169 Stout, Robert D 32 Strong, Patricia Claire 55, 95, 163 Stroud, Gary 44, 123, 151, 153 Str outs, Marjorie Lois 65 Stultz, James Clayton 65, 111 Sturgeon, Jack Philip 55, 119 Summers, Ralph Marion, Jr. 32, 119, 190, 191 Sutton, Jack 32, 115, 166 Sutton, Thomas 32, 111 Swank, Harry L 32, 119 Swenson, R. G 32, 155 Switzer, Vernon Jule 44, 160, 161, 162 Swope, Conrad Colman 65, 111 T Tanner, Chas 32, 165, 166 Tarr, Virginia Mae ....32, 83, 171, 198 Taylor, Carlos Dean. .181, 185, 189, 190, 195 Taylor, Deaun Yvonne... .32, 99, 165, 166, 167 Taylor, Donald Gene 185 Terry, Glenn Thomas 65, 127 Terry, Margaret Vivian 55 Tharp, Henry Elliott 65, 115 Thill, Edwin John 65 Thissen, Bernard 32, 119, 181, 183, 195 Thomas, Howard Leroy 65, 127 Thomas, James Allen 65 Thomas, Patsy Ann 55, 163, 198 Thompson, Henry Raymond 190, 191 Thompson, Marvin Andrew 55, 131 Thorne, Dale Owen 32, 164, 165 Thornton, Laurence Fred 44, 111 Thorpe, Jeanne Elizabeth 157 Tidwell, Billy Dale 190 Timmons, Bernice Coleen 65 Titz, Irmgard 67, 173 Tobin, Joan.. 65, 87 Todd, George Franklin, Jr 32, 193 Tolle, Edwin Randall 67 Towner, Eileen Louise 55 Traskowsky, George Edward 65, 115 Travis, Janis E.... 55, 87, 168, 199 Tremaine, David K 181 Trimble, Richard C 67 Tucker, Donald R 44, 119 Turner, Donna Gle 65, 150 Tush, Eugene Edward 32, 127 u Ulsh, Charlene Kay 65 Unruh, Doland Victor. 33 V Vance, Vernon Lee 33, 155 VanGundy, Catherine Louise 33, 99, 156, 171, 196, 198 Vansickle, Edwin Lee 44, 123 Vantuyl, F. Jeanne.. 65 Vardyan, William N 169 Varnum Donald H... 33, 115, 150 Varvel, William Morris 33, 160, 161 Veal, Doris Nadine 65 Venson, Winifred Marie 33 Viets, Arlene Ruth 55, 169, 173, 175 Vigneron, Jean Gertrude 65, 95, 165 Vigola, Jacqueline 65, 95, 99 Vincent, Rosalee 55, 95, 98, 169 Vining, Charles Evan 65, 115, 181 Vining, James Rodford 33, 140 Volk, Robert George 33, 111 Voran, Betty Joanne 39 w Wacek, Joan M 55 Wachholz, June 33 Waddell, Hattie Lenore 67, 156, 158 Wagner, Mrs. Ruth Evelyn 33, 157, 160 Wakefield, Jerri Lu 65, 83, 95 Wald, Dorothy Julia 33 Waldron, Patricia Ann.. 65, 99, 139, 150, 151 Waldrop, Bernard Keith 65 Waldvogel, Jeanne 44, 91, 157, 168, 199 Walker, James Albert 55, 111 Wain, Leanna Loy 55, 196, 198, 199 Walsh, Margaret Mary 55, 150 Walters, Marlene Eloise 65, 95 Ward, Colleen R 33, 99, 198 Ward, Dorothy Jean 65 Ward, John William 67 Ward, June Ann 33, 140, 141, 173, 176 Warkentine, Ed. Henry 131 Warkentin, LeRoy James 65 Warren, Darlene Dora 55,83,150 Warren, Mary Jo 66, 176, 196, 198 Warren, Mary Kathern 66, 199 Warring, John Ed 55, 123, 181, 195 Waters, Mary Ann 66 Watts, Billie Dean 55, 127, 143 Webb, Darlene Jane 44, 199 Wells, Doris Marie 33 83, 136, 156, 166, 171 Wells, Glenda Mayle 44, 95, 140, 141 Werner, Norma Jean 95, 142 White, Cornelius Edgar 44 1 27 White, John 66 123 Whitehead, Donald Keith 66 Whitesell, Omar P 33 Whitworth, Shirley Jane 44, 87 Wichert, Mary Lou 33, 165 Wichert, Virginia 55, 99 Wieland, Don Francis 66,131,137 Wiens, Eulalia Marlene 55, 37 Wilde, Frank Richard 44, 111, 192, 195 Wiley, George Russell 33, 119, 165, 166 Wilhite, Charles Cecil 33 Wilhite, Hazel Lucile 66, 9 C , Wilhite, Mary Jo.. 34, 99, 156, 166, 171, 174 Wilhoite, Vernice Iona ..4 Wilkerson, Joan lb c . 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