Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

 - Class of 1955

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To shape that fu- ture they must have the tools: and to shape it into something good, they must have the goals. For these purposes, Emporia State existsg and to these ends, President John E. King has dedicated himself and the institution he heads. On his success and on theirs depends not only a nation, but a world, for it is the The dreams of youth are no small dreams, but in education they will find the seed of fulfillment. Con- scious of his obligation to them, and stimulated by his very real af- fection for them, Dr. King has eag- erly accepted the challenge of his position. The Sunflower reflects the achievements of E-State for one year, and conscious of his leading role in these achievements, the Ed- itor and Staff proudly dedicate the i955 Sunflower to President John E. King. teachers' college which defines the ends and shapes the means. Be- cause of his confident, energetic leadership, these youngsters know that their smiling faith in a better tomorrow is not misplaced. 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King Alex Daughtry Director of Field Services Laurence Boylan Ruth Schillinger Victor Trusler Director of Student Personnel Dean of Women Dean of Men Services The solid foundation of any good institution is good admin- istration. Doors open and close, food is served, windows are washed, floors swept, pencils bought, academic programs evaluated and strengthened. students registered, credits awarded, classes assigned, diplomas granted. Behind the hand on the broom, the signa- ture on the diploma, and the ink on the voucher, behind stu- dent recreation activities, behind the clubs and squads and teams, stands the Admin- istrator. Time moves and administra- tion with it. The school year saw the addition of Dr. Lau- rence Boylan to the staff as Director of Student Services. Dr. Roger Kelsey became reg- istrar, replacing Nathan Budd. who was promoted to adminis- trative assistant to President King. Alex Daughtry was named to head the newly or- ganized Field Services Office. Serving as assistant director of that office is John Wilkerson. Greater responsibility has been placed in the hands of the two deans, Dr. Ruth Schillinger and Victor T. Trusler, through a greatly expanded orientation program for new students. lt is these administrators and their assistants who per- form the thousand and one duties that make the tasks of the teaching faculty lighter and their goals attainable. Orville Eaton Director of Graduate Division if Alden Bowman Merritt Sanders Roger Kelsey John Wilkerson Director of Information and Director of Bureau of 13 Registrar Assistant Director of Publications Measurements Field SCVVICQS . . FW .1 , 1 If L it ,fffz ' m fe' i . .. . I PM ij. isii I VE .,,.. ' ff . .. . i . - zzy il is E- fi- W' at F liilliii . A . it ff . """"" , . , F i . get 1 J ' I 'll i tt . ,. sm. -is K 3 :,. ...M o we 'Q' FCLTY First Row Howard Adams Foreign Languages Frank Agrelius Biology J. R. Aiken Foreign Languages Rolland Alterman Education Ted Andrews Biology Second Row Claude E. Arnett Head of Social Science Norman R. Ashbaugh Industrial Arts Vida Askew English C. P. Baber Library Herman Baehr Business Third Row Weldon N. Baker Chemistry E. L, Barnhart Head of Industrial Arts Charles Baznik Psychology Jeanette Bigge Education C. Stewart Boertman Social Science Fourth Row John Bruekelman Head of Biology Merle Brooks Biology Karl C. Bruder Speech James N. Buchanan Education Lila Lee Budge Education Fifth Row John Burger Physical Science Homer M. Bush Printer E. J. Calkins Education Keith E. Caywood Men's Physical Education Margaret Corrigan Home Economics Sixth Row Inez Cox Library Science S. Winston Cram Head of Physical Science Homer Davey Manager of Student Union Don E. Davis Head of Education Vincent A. Davis English Seventh Row Marguerite Dodds-Belanger Women's Physical Education Helen M. Douglass Education Rida Duckwall Business Harriet Elcock Library N. R. Eppink Head of Art E. D. Fish Men's Physical Education Louis Fitzgerald Psychology ai its K A A ' .i i ' ' - 1 izz i ffi ff ' ffl' Gi 'I 'P FAC L'I'Y First Row Irene Fox Education Ida M. Franz Education G. F. Gladtelter Biology Anne M. Goebel Education W. H. Gray Psychology Second Row Kenneth Green Art Ethel Hansen Business Irene Hansen Library Science Pauline Henderson English Charles Hendricks Music Third Row Irene Hendricks Music Victor C. Hiett Business Ada Hodgson Library David Hoene Men's Physical Education Dale Hogan Industrial Arts Fourth Row Clifton B, Hutt Education Valeta Ives Education Judith Jacobs Education M. Irene Johnson Music Adelaide Kauzer Business Fifth Row Marjorie Kelly Education Mary Kretsinger Art Lester Laird Mathematics Jerry Leibman English Gertrude Lemon Library Sixth Row Leopold Liegl Music Melvin Long Men's Physical Education Dorothy Martin Women's Physical Education Edna McCullough Head of Women's Physical Education E. C. McGill Head ot Business Seventh Row Alvin Morris Education Orville Mosher Social Science Ward Overholt Physical Science Joseph M. Pease Men's Physical Education Mark Pedigo Education Virgil Person Music Oscar Peterson Head ot Mathematics l X sk. .af K . I . 1 s 13, . . ws .: -:.':g'4f'--sy .,..,f:i:D.:, . - . -,. M , f ia.- . A ikkzi . r As.. Alt' S H is G if 51 W f R la-L N l if P ga fl -in Q A L 9? 35 a ,X 5 L - if.: E 4 fit 'fit ti 51 . -at si is Wig W' ,. Al' it r ln-L ll ,. ..... . ay, .Zia ..., fa. .,, :W ...,, Asia., , Ia ...,,. f' tg.. 5 4. U . . . 41 .rw E -gsufffq.-.-A 'Z' 555' ra 'L is HID' ix ...Q .. . A--K 1. Jir ' i S . 1 f..f , .i a :.ff A . . at ' ' kf-Vk I , . ' 1 Q... U K ., ' ' FAC LTY First Row George R. R. Pflaum Head of Speech Olive Phelps Education Everett Rich Head of English Richard L. Roahen English Raymond Russell Business Second Row William Schnitzer Mer1's Physical Education Albert Schmutz Music William Seiler Social Science Vernon Sheffield Music Willard Shepherd Music Third Row Billy Shumate Education Dixon Smith Social Science Homer Stephens Biology Edna Stone Education Edwin Stuntzner Music Fourth Row Robert M. Taylor Head of Music Kitty Thornton Education Mary Tillotson Education Charles B. Tucker Mathematics Esther VanderVelde Library Fifth Row Stillman P, Vincent Social Science Pearl Vollrath Education Leopold Wagner Music Charles H. Walton English Della Warden Education Sixth Row Harry Waters Education J. J. Weigand Music F. C. Welch Men's Physical Education Kathryn Whitten Head of Home Economics W. L. Winkle Business Seventh Row Vernie Witten Education Darrell Wood Education Robin C. Wood Men's Phlysical Education Harold Woods Industrial Arts Green D. Wyrick English John J. Zimmerman Social Science i-lei? ' CLASSES .. ..,,. . .,,.., lf. 5 Y' 5 s if 'E A ri K Lf H M M 5 ' ., fi , 1 'Sf I V ,zu .. - ' Fl!! in f it , if rim I'f - zfsiimgwaemt, .,,,. ...iisf - - First Row Barbara Anderson Chula Vista, Calif. Louis Andreatta Clifton, New Jersey Roscoe Bernard Hamilton Second Row Otto Fuls Emporia Donald Ingwerson Sabetha Thomas Leonard Duluth, Minn. Third Row Charles Maier Copeland llllilll ATE Fourth Row Donald Minear Canton Fifth Row Fred Romereim Leavenworth Lucile Romeriem Leavenworth Kenneth Shaw Emporia Sixth Row Walter Tieszen Emporia Jerry L. Wilhm Kansas City Sook Young Yang Seoul, Korea 1 W. ajft X :Jr 4 " H il L u im 1 vF""'k, f-'H' 1. -1 ,lf .. ,,,:: f ' . 3.11 ' i f ' 7 'W ifi' '7'f,Q1 I-75' fi' I-L 1 f,f'5.iI QQ , fQ,QffQ,7':ff5-kf.',iffjfgi-'ffgf if: 1, Q f g w." ll lllll First Row Belva Ames Emporia Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Elementary Club, FTA, Sigma Pi Sigma. Twila Anderson Ulysses Alpha Sigma Tau, Home Economics Club. Aubrey Bailey Augusta Pi Gamma Mu, Social Science Club, FTA. Barbara Baker Topeka Sigma Sigma Sigma, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Delta Pi, Omega Literary Society, Xi Phi. Second Row Donald Barb Emporia Wayne Bastin Elmdale Football. Joe Beck Cottonwood Falls Jerry Bedner Emporia Pi Omega Pi. Third Row LaVerne Blossom Osage City Choir, Chorus, Orchestra, Winnetaska, YWCA, Ensemble Singers. Carolyn Bocook Matfield Green FTA, Elementary Club. Robert Bonar Dodge City Alpha Kappa Lambda, K-Club, Athetics. Mary Jane Botterweck Newron Alpha Sigma Tau, Elementary Club, FTA, Rhythmic Circle. Fourth Row Bruce Bowman Natoma Phi Si ma Epsilon. Ben Brower Cenfralia Elementar Club, FTA. Robert Boller Newton Pi Gamma Mu, Track, Social Science Club. Arliss Burns Kiowa Tau Kappa Epsilon, Xi Phi, lnter-Fraternity Council, Business Manager of Bulletin. Offieers- Howard Petersen, Vice-President Mahlon Por ter, President, Adlore Denning, Secretary-Treasurer Merriam Wilso .sli 'P :Al fi ' is, ,N il x .L wzmiwi -V if ea , ,7., ,, If ,l ll 4, J ga as W ' ' ma- il S A I. Q' ,A ,gy V it if-35 Q .. 'as 3 W, ,, f"'w.1 -, 'T 'L' M, N, , . H A ir N. 1559 1 er is T 'Wi -'S-A , i "' to 4' or ,Z gl EZ A QA , A . L, . atb we a-.- Q .fi 1,9 . l ' al, i.,. 5 . A A' 5 2, , A A as 1 l M- if m. i , ,Qi - - l' 41 at -I aa e n ' ' 6 ff Q ew 45, , fy. u Q J 'L . .5 Iva H l ,-i.. . , 15, A Q at A Y' ""-fa X f in ' cz- 'Z'-"' x l 1:7 . 'te' ' 'S if 'kfz. ,ex7 . C. G'- A ANT' 3'-3 fe- 2 ee who 'W A ' A sa.. , , L S First Row Second Row Robert Burns Emporia John Couch Emporia Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Tau Camma, Xi Phi, Bulletin, Sunflower, Sym- Epsilon Pi Tau, Lambda Delta Lambda. phenie Choir. Meds Chorale. John DeHoff Council Grove Clayton Carlson Council Grove Pl-li Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Lambda. Epsilpn Pi Tau. Adlore Denning Russell Carolyn Carlnlcllidl Dodge City Sigma Phi Epsilon. Alpha Sigma Tau. Millard Denny Burlingame R9be"f Clarke EmP0l'l3 Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Delta, E-State Players, Xi Phi. Jane Cline Emporia Rosalie Dldde Olpe Alpha Sigma Alpha, French Club, Omega, Spanish Club. FTA, FBLA. R. L. COVel'ly Emporia Mary Rl.Ifl1 Dillman Cimarron Basketball, Track, Beta Beta Beta, K-Club. Sigma Alpha Iota, FTA, MENC, Choir, Band, Orchestra, Kappa Betty Con Milford Del3a,Pi. wllllalh Dudley Clay Center Third Row Phi Sigma Epsilon, Athletic Board, lnter-Fraternity Council, K-Club. Donald Dunnang Chase Tau Kappa Epsilon, Wesley Foundation, FTA. Flwfll' RW' u Lois Erickson Leon, Donald Gardner Emporia YWCA, Winnetaska, MENC, choir, Bend, FTA. FTA- Shlrley Farmer Florence Hama Gabe' 'OWN' Alpha Slgma Tau- Delta Sigma 'Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Choir. Colleen Fichtner Neem Rapids Charles Gilbert Emporia Alpha Della Kappa. Mu Epsilon Nu, FTA, Spanish Club, Wesley Foundation. John Fiedler New Hyde Park, N. Y. John Coetze Franklin Square, New York Tau Kappa Epsilon, Xi Phi, Student Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, Jane Goff Emporia Bulletin, Sunflower. Leona Fischer Seward YWCA, Elementary Club, Ernest Frint Belleville Kappa Delta Pi Pi Gamma Mu, Social Science Club, YMCA, FTA. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Theta Rho, Home Economics Club. Edgar Grafke Kansas City, Ks. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Student Council, Alpha Theta Rho. John Gragg ei oe.-ed. Alpha Kappa Lambda. ll lllll - I-3 it fe , A 'QS' X Qizs. M .w it 12,2 V . ga, . ' . Lab- S 1 , A is ii i f - "" " 'l . ' - T '- .... l ' mf y . fizi ' , 1 W' 5' ff-it i ' . A r l ' ' L"f A:-I Q A l A First Row Second Row Imogene Gunxelman Topeka Mac Homan Gardner FTA. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta. Virginia Gustafson Osage City Harold Hosey Medicine Lodge FTA, Elementary Club, YWCA, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, HA. H bb d Library Club. axllle ll af Lyons Wilmer Harvey Kansas City Sigma Sigma Sigma, Splash Club, Elementary Club, FTA, Sigma Pi Mu Epsilon Nu, Band, Choir, Phi Mu Alpha, Men's Chorale, Wesley gigma. I Foundation. elhira ce Emporia Mariah Haskell Topeka Library Club, Bulletin. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Alpha lota, Orchestra, Choir, Ensemble Jim Jenslk Narka Singers, Treble Clef, MENC. phi Sigma Epgilgn, Ma"'lY" HHYCI1 Marion Bob Jester Kansas City VICIOI' Hoffman Hoisington Alpha Kappa Lambda. Newman Club, FTA. Bob J0l'lnS0lI Emporia Carl Hoffmans Emporia FTA. Sigma Phi Epsilon, FBLA, Bulletin, Newman Club, Sunflower. Fourth Row i Third Row Alton Lee White City Nancy Karolnk Emporis social science club, FTA, Pi Gamma Mu. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Gamma Delta Elementary Club, Choir. Dean l.eI'l1lh0Il Plainville Laura Keele Edwardsville Phi Si ma E silon. Math Club, Science Club, Lambda Delta Lambda, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lloyds Lesley Scottsville iappalgelta lg, FTA, Band, Orchestra, Choir, Who's Who. FTA, 'lf' anne Y EMPOYFI Rodney Lewis Lebo -leillllille Klfli Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Business Club. Winrietaska, Commerce Club. Doroflly Llbben Glasco Marjdrle Kllng Howard Delta Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Iota, Inter-Faith Council, Science aommlzrcflplub, FBLA, Pi Omega Pi. Sub, Orchlestri, Choir, MENC, YWCA. By 0 Ing Abilene 00l'eS lg l' Busliton Sigma Tau Gamma. Junior Class President E-State Players, FTA, Elementary Club, Kappa Delta Pi. Patricia Kramm Emparl. Gerald Lillian Hartford Alpha Sigma Alpha, Omega, Xi Phi, Spanish Club, French Club, WRA, Freshman Vice President, Student Council. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Math Club, Science Club, Epsilon Pi Tau, Var- sity Track. ll lilll ll lllll Second Row First Row K2Ill18l'l'l Long Emporia Benjamin Macha Council Grove Phi Sigma Epsilon. Phyllis Markley Lyndon Alpha Sigma Alpha, FTA. Jack Masters lola Richard McClain Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Newman Club. Pat McCIanahan Shawnee Sigma Sigma Sigma, FTA, Elementary Club. Jerre McComas Topeka Social Science Club, Pi Gamma Mu, FTA. Third Row John Noonan Floral Park, N. Y. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Warren Nuffer Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Business Club, Mary Lou Nutterfield Emporia Spanish Club, French Club, FTA. Jbllll OH' Cherryvale Social Science Club, FTA. Mary Frances Overfield Emporia Pi Kappa Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Math Club, WRA. Dwiglll' Parry Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Math Club, Physics Club. Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda. Ray Payton Ellsworth Phi Sigma Epsilon. Pauline Mtcfeady Lamar Elementary Club, FTA, Wesley Foundation. Ronald Merwin Emporia Pi Omega Pi, Lila Miller Eureka Alpha Sigma Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Phi, Elementary Club. FTA, Choir. Duane Minter Abilene Sigma Tau Gamma, FBLA. Nadine Mullen McCune Sigma Alpha lota, Orchestra, Band, Chorus. Marian Navrat Marion Phi Mu Alpha, Newman Club, MENC, Band, Choir, Orchestra, Men's Chorale. Edward Nicklaus Peabody Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha. Fourth Row Nickolas Perikli South Bridge, Mass. K-Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. YMCA, Social Science Club. Pi Gamma Mu, Sunflower. Emma Pl16l0I1 Osage City FTA. Mary Phillips EI Dorado Kappa Delta Pi. Eugene Pingel Russell Sigma Phi Epsilon, Track. C3I'0lyn Platt Marion Sigma Sigma Sigma, FTA, Elementary Club, Sigma Pi Sigma. RiCllard Plummer Emporia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Norma Pohl Emporia Pi Kappa Sigma, Science Club, FTA. Pan-Hellenic Council. T is s ' . A . P x Ei j ii'ii. ,, iw .,, ... , ...... ,. ..,. ..... 2 2 .,. K i 'W Sq' A R. I , A We E .i..,i . 1-A e'l' , if " ,,:, wwj 2 AX . S s . i .. ... i . f -' -,.. l..l l il - l l '--if' F T ls.l..i..s A T i.i P " . . ' .. fi' ssi. if .io f .li. ffff:f:!f1ffl5g5. A Qi2Qo.i . A .lsiisg A A A C. . . oiel T iiii ii B gal- 5 r Y ., .gn FF! ,fs is t o 'IF 'klraoti "4F'N ..'S:-- of "Ti ' Q' First Row Mahlon Porter ll lllll 1' Osborne Second Row D0flS Riggs Wellington Tau Kappa Epsilon, Commerce Club, Xi Phi, K-Club. Slfieiace gluili, EBLA, Pi Omega Pi, Carl Prophet Caldwell ic ar 0 SOI! Yates Center Mary Jane QUalnl'3l1Ce Gardner Phi Mu Alpha, Choir, Mu Epsilon Nu. Alpha Sfma Tiau, Pi Omega Pi. Pl'lyllgS 506hl'l'l13l1 Lost Springs Mar nn aven Linn FTA, an - Dorinhy Ready Easton W- R0llli"85 E:P"::a D lt S' E 'l , P' O g P', FTA, O eg . 3l'g3f9l' 053 we I Rin-ah E221 pslon I me 3 I m a Flu'-ence Sigma Sigma Sigma, Omega, Pi Omega Pi, Xi Phi, Pan-Hellenic Alpha Sigma Alpha, Council, Student Council. Mary Keith Rlegle Emporia Nellle Ros' El Domdo Sigma Sigma Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Xi Phi, Omega, Pi Gamma Mu, ZA: W H. t K D lt PA, S ' IS' Cl b. Vln 9 'NS 07' appa e B I one Clence U Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lamba, Xi Phi, . Science Club. Third Row Jean Rust Emporia Pi Kappa Sigma, Wesley Foundation, Social Science Club, Sigma Pi Je Schuster Founl' Row ch f Sigma' rry anu e Lee Schaich Emporia Robert Seider Kansas City Rgbgrf Sghaulig Emporia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Business Club, Newman Club. Phi Sigma Epsilon, FTA, Inter-Fraternity Council, Sl'leI'r0l Selfridlge l-lbe'-'I Clair Schglgkg Peabody Kappa Delta Pi,- Omega, Sigma Alpha Iota, Band, Choir, Orchestra.- Eappal iwguhipsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Lambda Delta Lambda. gvrvard genus Empona BTO C CSEIICI' Hope COYCS ll'nl'l10nS mP0'l3 Sigrna. Pi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, YWCA, Jallel' sl0C0h'lb6 Peabody William SClIllCl'leI' Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Elementary Club, FTA, Wesley Foundation. ikgma Tau Gamma. l'lel'l7eI'l' Small Joplin, Missouri adalyn stlimldl' Newton Alpha Kappa Lambda, Commerce Club. Alpha Sigma Tau, Spanish and German Clubs. 4' in . ' P' T it A .iasss A .lss - it L X W, llii 'Q' fi . 1 FK :i- -.r 5:37 i K, kkryk ,L T . g, sss. g A an . 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Sigmg Epifn, K-Club, Basketball. oris par e Emporia enn toc am Lyons esta Betak Beta, FTA, WRA, WPE, Sigma Pi Sigma, Splash Club, Richard Stowgll Changi-Q innetas a. Football, UBEA, :-'Olin' 5Pg"k9 EMPQHS James Stultz Emporia 3' an Paff EmP0fl3 Tau Kappa Epsilon. Mary Starling Emporia Carolyn Swartz Everest Wesley Foundation, Kappa Phi, Winnetaska, Kappa Delta Pi, Choir, gelta Sigma Epsilon, Pi Omega Pi, Kappa Phi, FBLA, Home Economics lnter-Faith Council. lub, FTA. Ruth Staton Sr. John Shirley Swayze Bucklin Alpha Sigma Alpha, Cheerleader, Pres. of Sophomore class, Vice- Elementary Club, FTA, Pres. of Junior class, FTA, Xi Phi. Judy Telcltgraeber Emporia Richard Stauffer Salina Sigma Tau Gamma, FTA, Alpha Theta Rho, Student Council, Social Science Club. Third Row Walter Thomas Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma. Sally Trendel Emporia Wesle Foundation, FTA, Home Economics Club. Jim 'lxrelll' Emporia Pi Kappa Delta, Debate, Forensics, Dramatics, Bulletin, Quivira, Hyla Trimmell Fredonia YWCA, Wesley Foundation, FTA, Pi Gamma Mu, Quivira, Bulletin, Sunflower. Marilyn Tweedy Emporia Alpha Sigma Alpha, FTA, Inter-Faith Council. Marjorie Veal Wilsey Velma Viet! Ames French Club, Inter-Faith Council, YWCA, Winnetaska, Omega, Sec- retary of Junior class, Bulletin, Choir. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Theta Council. Fourth Ophelia Washington YWCA, FTA, Choir, Literary Club, Darrell Whistler Phi Sigma Epsilon, Student Council, Carl Wiebe Bulletin, FBLA, Pi Omega Pi. Merriam Wilson Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Council, Kappa Phi, Sunflower, Delta Pi. Maurice Witten Kappa Mu Epsilon. Florence Zane lllll Rho, Pi Kappa Delta, Student Row Kansas City Burlington Xi Phi, Business Club, Emporia Council Grove FTA, Elementary Club, Student Newman Club, Xi Phi, Kappa Trenton Protection .lll lllll ,XJA First Mary Jo Agrelius Alberta Anderson Kay Anderson Louis Anderson Second L, Duane Anstine Willetta Anthony Stoner Arnold Charles Baker Third Lea Ann Baker Charles Beckett Donna Bell Pat Belfield Fourth Jo Berends Hoori Besharat Francis Best Ethel Bird i X new Little Falls, N. Y. K'-i K Utica Q' Thrall YF! Emporia hh Row Arkansas City K Kansas City, Mo. Ng ' ,X Emporia Carden City Q , Row Muncie Stafford Bucklin , Emporia ,W . Row Carden City Teheran, lran Hazelton Admire Q 'On' Student Council 1 Pat Swiercinsky, Sharon Winters, Larry Wall, OfflCerS-- Martha Dwelle, Secretary-Treasurerg Betty Fick, Vice-Presidentg George Marstall, Presi- dent. ft' sn.. 'W .s , , , 8 C Q Q3 R E it - , 2 , :Qt 'a H'-32 A R -Q 'E' First Shirley Bobeck Reece Bohannon Eleanor Bohm Virginia Bohn Ollie Bolton Jim Brandt Nancy Brinker Third Betty Christensen Wayne Childs Hai Chang Chun Barbara Circle Donald Coffee Virginia Coil Dale Coonrod Q"'r' 4 cv 1 Jlllllllll Row Caldwell Cedar Vale Holton Alma Russell Florence Topeka Row McPherson Elmdale Pusan, Korea Arkansas City Hutchinson Burrton Emporia ,f-W., AQ ' LY D ,JN-X 'E' x F Seco Dorellis Brown Robert Browne Billie Buckles Paul Buckman Norma Bynum Joe Caldwell Russell Chambers nd Row Arkansas City St. Marys Centralia Shawnee Winfield Preston Newton Fourth Row Mary Ellen Cowley ,lim Crabtree Donna Cromwell Ruth Crosby Charles Cusic Patricia Davis Merrill Deck El Dorado Emporia Sedan Ashland Emporia Ottawa Protection If 1 6 M 'Q . . 2 C F '45 fi' V' - " f C ' .l W . -f ' L ' A h i r'a'TS-."' 'Q- A L Vw, - l .'Jk lr rrl im C at gg fm tx 5 " J lllllll Second Row Americus Oxford Newton Emporia Newton Mission Wellington Row Emporia Wichita Osawatomie Centralia Emporia Overland Park gs .K ,o,: zhr taf'E'F rite, i First Row Eugene Decker Abilene Melba Emsf Dean Dempsey Olathe Ralph Far,-is Mary Alice Deputy Emporia Betty Fick Virginia Dillon Garden City Wayne Fick Donna Donnelly Emporia Stanley Findley Dianne Dow CBFIGY Harry Firth Martha Dwelle Emporia Janet Fisher Third Row Fourth William Forrester Emporia Berlin Hammer Earl Freerksen Lebo Bonnie Hartley Bonnie Fritz Silver Lake Richard Hawk Juanita Gillette Homewood Donald Hazen Phyllis Gould C-reat Bend Sandra Hedrick Patricia Habig Marysville Marjorie Henson Marilyn Halley St. John af WkA,.. LL .,,. Q' i i,. ' if r M it Ei "'- A B 'W sfilar 1ar afar ,etfs r L ,---' lj ri' I ii" ,,:: .gi A 13. ig I L lg yirr ii'i A F 4: - as i,yy 1 R"' W as QiFt r s emgmtff i se e issatia mfg if? it M crrr ,,, A N 'rs if V,i 5 '5 '51 2 ,c c c.ssy l iy r rr fl i W E ,- ic s A ilu,- 'TN ts 2 "lv 1 J jf 1? . . .'ifWfIflAY ' ,swf - wlze L : C Q. ' First Row Kay Higashi Honolulu, Hawaii Charles Hobbs Emporia Ann Hoffmans Emporia Joyce Holdsworth Abilene Phyllis Hormel Concordia Nadine Horseman Kansas City Robert Hudson Ed Dorado Third Row Kala Kirkpatrick Council Grove Verle Krehbiel Rosalia Lovella Kuepker Thrall Kelsay Lamb Bucklin Beverly Lambert Cedar Point Jean Lane Holton Ronald Larkin Florence ,lll lllll , ,xi s Q ,, - x , 2- X y 4 f 'Q wi ' 4 r -GL. 'Q'- L Second Row Roselyn Hull Clair Hutchinson Wanda Johnson Thomas Johnsten Pat Johnston Betty Kelley Betty Kirk Fourfh Row Bette Lauterback Arveta Leiss George Lespagnard Betty Lewick Rex Linder Darrell McDermed Elizabeth McRae McPherson Delavan Hutchinson Peabody Hutchinson Winfield Bucklin Clearwater Greensburg Cedar Point Lincoln Langdon Emporia Herington 'tx 94 "lsN Q l A : 5 vm ls-, ,i ir, 1 iz , .x , ' 4-1 ,- 'Q " L QW fi.. iw.. L X 4 ' 4-Q.. J iq, if or J M -J 45, Q, AGL sc. w ill J 2 nu... ' ' J ' V to 1 J' 1 - ll. 7 f"' N: 'W sa' 'Q .K A X A dl Q is I- yi, 1 ir K, A-K AL First Row Second Row Stanley Marshall Eureka Norma Neff Yates Center George Marstall St. Marys Donald Newby Salina Nina Merrifield Virgil Charles Newlin Horton Jack Miller Augusta Thomas Northrop Newton Phyllis Moore Hutchinson Barbara Odgers Salina Richard Nangle Burlington Jean Oltmanns Moundridge Marilyn Naylor Emporia John Perkins Emporia Third Row Fourth Row Mona Dee Peters Lyons Patricia Rarig Minneapolis Gerald Peterson Salina Sylvia Rasmussen Council Grove Lela Phillips Emporia David Rettiger Strong City Donald Powell Emporia Lonn Richards Mulvane Cheryl Purkey Bloomdale, Ohio Arthur Ridgway Ogallah Jean Pykiet Council C-rove Louis Robinson Downs Darrell Ramsburg Emporia Myrna Robrahn Lakin .llllllllll M 3 qv ww ' 'Q' L :li I t C ki X 'Q .QXXM First Marjorie Rogers James Rothwell Gerald Saunders Clarence Scharff Leroy Schelske Marilyn Schoonover Kenneth Scott Third Wayne Smith Florene Snell Mary Stauffer Jean Stine Pat Swiercinsky Carol Switzer Victor Thomas .llllllllll Lincoln Edgerton Downs Bu rl ington Peabody Lyons Syracuse Row Bethel Johnson Salina Kansas City Bel levi I le Cridley Montesuma Second Row :H 'buvaf in ssrt Lois Scott Syracuse Jim Sharp Eureka Lorene Shogren Lindsborg Charles Sisson lola Charles Sites Dodge City Ivan Smith Horton Robert L. Smith Marysville Fourth Row Cladis Tyler Emporia Fred Updegraff Kansas City Bob Verschelden St. Marys Larry Wall Marysville James Warren Eskridge Ben Wegley McPherson Joyce Weston Dodge City L We . rt .s,r f rytc a t S fi i 1 ne A ,:t' fii 1 y yili il' t J I x ag. l ig, . su, is ,Ab t i k nl 'pl ua , , t,,,, r r-.. , S , thai am 6 'W' J .llllllllll Kathryn Willhaus Sterling Cecil Williams Marysville Jerry Williams Kansas City Sharon Winters Clasco Carl Wisler Emporia Edward Wrench New Hyde Park, N. Y. Carlos Yuja San Pedro, Honduras "" r-gtg 'RQ fx ,- 'S'5?,g- W as X W .C+ -W --8 A f jp A C A I L 1. lllllllllllllll 0ffiC2rS-- Irene Anders, Vice-Presidentg Peggy Eckles, Secre- tary-Treasurerg Sam Hart, President. , 5, sr 4 Q 3 W Ht. ' xxx ,,., is 9 Ah., . A l AML.-. rli. fx A 4' . ,K I K ha 6' 7 ur A fg? Q Z - -J .,, B it J A I L xii X l Student Council - Jim Crawford, Jim Johnson. First Row Sally Ackerson Duane Allen Kerns Allen Irene Anders Second Row Gene Anderson Jane Anderson June Anderson Sally Ashcraff Third Row Paul Atkins Jane Axcell Bob Baird Bruce Baker Fourth Row Richard Banister Carolyn Barrett Robert Barrett Doris Beaman Chanute Emporia Marion Moundridge Moscow Lawrence Ulysses Quenemo Peabody Ma rceline Emporia Muncie Emporia Emporia Waverly EI Dorado First Jeanne Beattie Thomas Beattie Robert Becker Lila Ann Bell Phil Berg Don Blaylock Jeannine Bliss Third Charles Buckley John Burns Nancy Carson Robert Chatham Clovice Christensen Frances Clennan Carol Clowe ar rl A A all V,ml. JU: . ""a ,gd 5 ,ig , lllllllllllllllll Row Second Row Emporia Donald Blow Reading Emporia Glenna Bonnell El Dorado Salina Charline Brackeen Emporia Claflin Betty Breukelman Emporia Emporia Carolyn Briix Herington Emporia Merrillyn Brooks Lyons Wellington Joe Brown Emporia Row Fourth Row Clyde Joan Colvin Eureka Waverly Bob Cook Marion Hamilton Glenna Cooper Greensburg Harveyville Pauline Craig Kansas City, Ks. Muncie Jim Crawford Lincoln Chapman Rachel Crawford Kansas City, Ks. Seneca Nancy Crebo Eureka t. rrss W, .S J ll 'L ' If - l .. 4, sfll Q J. s as , ,, K Q! lig ssra, J C ty 1 Q cr ssll J , J 1,- , an fm s . 'za if ff ff L we W M X If lk Nw. C al' st.. -iff 4. lll'llllMllllll Roberta Cummins Connie Diller Beverly Dillman Kathy Dillman Margaret Dody Jim Downs Wanda Draper Th Pat Evans Ted Evans John Fraser Charles Firth Mary Fish Rodnee Fisher Margaret Fowler 4 -,, , , . he -s ,, I ,,,.Q,i H if F LA '-t', F 'F' Sm .sr P "Q""'ti FII VV I K sw 3 it ' W"i is .f 'l . i"wh :,, r .Fil ' ll'i'. W"i J I If K 4 XL. FT. Scott Belleville Hesston Cimarron Emporia Winfield Newton Row Cedar Point Lyons Severy Mission Emporia Wellington Emporia -0 if and Delbert Dupont Richard Dupont Peggy Eckles Jean Edwards Max Egan Juanita Esch Eldon Evans Keith Funk Carol Gamble Floyd Garriott Melvin Goetz Joyce Grieder Frank Gritton Bob Grundy at ,- 2' 45,3 Y it 4, Q y 1 im 5 is, Q .,,1 ' laaf-Y' 3' 'ls ,,. f. R ' -nv 'Ir' 1 E like M First Marian Haag Shirley Haley Janet Haney Sam Hart Bob Harvey James Hayes Pat Hayes Third Larry Howard Sharon Huenergardt Kay Hughes Sally Hull Pattie Hunt Charlotte Hutchcraft George lrey ,. 1. QQ P N A X J as llllllllllllllll ROW Second Row l'lOllOl" Jerine Heidebrecht Lincolnville Ulysses Janis Henning Council Grove Sterling Bob Hermes Larned Emporia Nadine Hinckley Wichita Kansas City Al Holderman Burrton Hoisington Virginia Holdren Syracuse Washington Larry Hoover Marion ROW Fourth Row Emporia Lois James Princeton Emporia Wayne James Clay Center Emporia John Jenkins Newton Montezuma Jo Jensen Lincoln Kansas City Phyllis Jensen Americus Ellinwood Alvin Johnson Bushong Emporia Jim Johnson Emporia 67 V' ,Qi K gl J 'K wx iff 355: ,lg Q i1'f,r fl x lift: ,l J. fairing- if has-S. - if 5 ,. Q ee ' ,df' " 'I 4' 4' f. lillll 4 " " . A A L f L ,J if '+R' -fr 155 . 7' Q' C J iltt ig A K S Q as --Q fig ' a g il.i.y Q l if f"s jg ? it Qi, iii g C H L N is 'Q gl ,, ra., , c r X cfm D ' L r .K ' ssssr y H G. G, 'i1"M? I1'1 g Al IL A .J l i ' 'kl' A r. I A A ef eQt l eesf werr L . ' ' 1 is ' , ' AWK- l A A L .W it .L A ,,.: ,,. E . A -i:. if , i 1-vw 4' A y s sc sy yyy is--L ' "' , A , Alfie! First Row Second Row Jim Jones Greensburg Shirley Kruckenberg Lincoln Marilyn Jones Emporia Herbert Lane Cummings Mary Ann Keating Emporia Emma Ledwith Emporia Philip Keller Greensburg Jan Lehman Newton Lloyd Krause Deerfield Van Lett Fowler Anita Krehbiel Moundridge Gloria Lewis Bushong Nadine Kriegh Delphos Dan Liles Ulysses Third Row Fourth Row John Lincoln Emporia Libbie McDaniel Emporia Robert Linder Salina Marilyn McGill Emporia Theodore Lloyd Spring Hill Shirley McKinley Ashland Joan Lollar Ottawa Joan McWilliam Emporia Nancy Lollar Ottawa Fred Madaus Abilene Margaret Lynch St. John Mary Maloney Eureka Richard Lyster Lincoln Kenneth Martin Osage 0PHOMORE flax 5: , 'Q - ff-is 'Er ff fl. fl , fs, J x Second Row Fourth 4. A- " A i QI l I ,,.x ,, A B P 5 -x '22 ,, ,. -vt J X J M ak ,G J 1-.ai f ,ff-f ii 1 S M, ' . H. "1, 2 ' 1 J . - .6 i P J J gi M il l . ..f3 ll ll lfs l f N165 XNJ Nfl 1 i f +L QL" Q ff-- A 1 LK -x First Row Pat Mason Burlington Carol Moore Pauline Massey Emporia Pat Morgan Jo Markley Burlingame Bertella Mushrush Arlyce Mayes Goodland Leanard Navrat Ceorganna Miller Elmdale Edna Naylor Shirley Miller Augusta Helen Naylor Jim Mitchell Marysville Lee Newton Third Row Clara Nonaka Hanapepe, Hawaii Erwin Peterson Corine North Saffordville Merwin Peterson Norika Ohama Okinawa Bill Pierce Mardelle Opperman Yates Center Jolene Pinder Jackie Palms Vliets Faye Pletcher David Parker Highland Richard Post Paula Parker Kiowa John Powell lllllllllllllll Row - ' , .,f. 3 4 ., A6- iiv- Wi. l Q' A gs K , r , 6' I QQ- is i Q 'cr Q Xa Ai A Wellington Newton Strong City Marion Emporia Newton Reading St. John St. John Wichita Effingham Topeka Stafford Emporia Q ,lr First Row Russell Priestly Cal Pritner Floyd Quincy Robert Ragan Janice Raven Gwen Rawlings C. M. Richards T Ray Ruggles Clare Rundell Joe Ryerson Stephen Sanders Shirley Sanner Janice Sauder Lavern Schallehn rfb 9' av L Q X 'ras 6. fm K. X i is ff 2'-'sf R'5E"'-1 hird Row fi llllllllllllllll ,Q .QV ' Second Row Lincolnville Jackie Ring Emporia Philip Rogers Great Bend Dale Roller Kiowa Ted Ronen Linn John Rose Haven Stanley Roth Emporia Ronnie Rowe Fo Wichita Robert Scheibe Bucklin Phyllis Schmidt Emporia Max Seacat Emporia Edyra Sears Newton Norma Sharp Emporia Miles Sheffler Emporia Carol Sisson Es, ,, "" rf Q e , , 'fli. 1, 'IT' Q., .r A 'L Q 'gm WC: 'sc ' y k-,, L. . J' l ,L ill l A 'Sv 'i1. oo,, A .-323,13 9' . 3 g A y - 'EKV i5,1 ,iifyrk S A ct , as J ler ' J J A urth Row St. John Emporia Holton St. John Eureka Olathe Eureka Marysville Lawrence Bucklin Eureka Lyons Newton Kingman z- Q 5' l CJ Q , i . . i n we AL L roAi Q :VV 9 2i., at 4' W 3 .fix if 'i-up 3:25, lege, New ., " I ev ay' y rrtrt V 0PHOMORE 1 First Row Second Row Jo Sisson C-reat Bend Bud Steinle Burlingame Karen Slater Florence Bonita Storey EmPOl'l8 William Smelser Emporia PatriCia Sutton Lamont Glenn Smith Emporia Richard Swisher Reading Lee Smith Hartford Florence Tanaka Honolulu, Hawaii Robert Smith Council Grove J-3Cl4 TGYIOV Emporia Sandra Stieben Ness City Mardell Taylor Emporia Third Row Fourth Row Shirley Temple Newton Phyllis Utterback Newton Christa Thompson Elmdale Fred VanBuren Florence Virgil True Fredonia Joyce VanCundy Emporia Betty Truelove Burlington Peggy Vannaman Ashland Richard Turner Kansas City, Mo. Barbara VanSickle Emporia Nancy Umdenstock Emporia Richard VanValkenburg Admire Richard Utter Emporia Dale Veach Syracuse jf -S X . , S it S s f l -' l i vera- es fyfhr, 'aw -- 'rm i S1 it S rl? -.- if T li t S Sl -x AL ' 31 K . . sr '-va lx, J t,r.. T F3 fr, T 1? iv fund, S wg li f' W .,, ts -29 rrlf A 6, ' f T' '3 I , V K5 nkili 0 X if 'WW' 'il' vs. I i J ' 1 J J QE 5 l i: k,,kE , X R 4t J Q1 4' ,f K., gigs in 5 Fa.. Qf reii , ...,,,,,. 'G' a gh J: 2 , 9 L in 41 as , , A . i , QE 'E QQ, First Row Second Row Marjorie Veal Wilsey Jon Wilhite R. J. Walker Harper Robert Wills Shirley Walker St. John Kathleen Wilson Geraldine Wall Eskridge Bobby Wolfe Jody Warren - Emporia Virdilee Workman Beverly Weir Cunningham Sonya Woten Rosemary Wiegers Marysville Jane Youle Third Row Nancy Ziegler Topeka llllllllllllllll Emporia Wichita Burlingame Madison Emporia Herington Winfield llllll llMll OfflC2l'S-- Dona Seacat, Vice-Presldentg David Black Nelscn, President, First Row Ronald Adkins Burden Karalyn Agrelius Little Falls, N. Y. David Aiken Louisburg Beverly Alleman Neodeslwa S econ 4 Row Nancy Altman Hope Jack Anderson Thrall Yvonne Anderson Americus Jim Armstrong Stewart Manor, N. Y. Third Row Richard Armstrong Stewart Manor, N. Y, Sally Austin Marian Babcock A, E, Bacon Cottonwood Falls Hiawatha Emporia Fourth Row Alice Bailey Barbara Baltz Rae Barackman Elaine Barb Emporia Emporia Sedgwick Great Bend f was A im, Sec retary-Treasurerg Annasteen Student Council Phyllis Rexroad. Arneida Cunier. ,Q i :R Q A, fl? Ili 9 Q 5 fx Q 'N H ' cgi .l 5 19 ff r if Q' K' '2- A it , ik S- A A iii. 1 ll fi 09-ve A fs '03 +,- 0 L , S if-fx A ' A L First Row Nancy Barnes Shirley Barnes Jim Barnett Shirley Bartel Harold Bastin Roy Bay Pat Bergerhouse Thi Janice Blum Phyllis Boaz Derald Boline Charles Bollinger Don Bond Jo Lynn Borgna Sharon Brewer .lf "al -:gg V 9 N .g if-og J W his-g at. S rd Row , x Q llllll llll Atlanta Macksville Bucklin Olpe Elmdale Waverly Emporia Hiawatha Kansas City Admire Emporia Stafford Waverly Coldwater 'sg-r mm ll Second Row Robert Beyer Deanne Beymer Allen Bird Carlotta Birkhead James Bishop Dave Blackim Delores Block Fo Delbert Brinkman Glenna Brock Phares Bross Beverly Brown Dick Brown Winifred Brown 'UE fins urth . 'Q , r lc? 'itil V yf trmrss " Sabetha Lakin Adrnire Mulvane Mulvane Hutchinson Alta Vista Row Olpe St. John Wilsey Turner St. Marys Junction City 4 r as sa? cl., Al ,f if 5 ,irc 1. f , . Q fi., . f ' N' , G ' ,, 5 , its 4- ' si 1 SA t, sia fi L 1 Fw 'K Y l 4 Stab 'GJ ' t el f Q 'iv rp y ' 'F xg 1 'pf Jo Ann Buchman Donald Buck Lesley Buck Delbert Buckbee Donna Button Helen Burch B. J, Burns James Chambers Ronald Chambers Charla Childs William Christesen Wanda Ciboski Betty Clark Jean Clawson Fllll llll ll First Row Second Row Burdick Elaine Burns Delavan Emporia Vern Butler Harveyville Madison Eileen Cannon Emporia Lyons Joe Carothers Harper Sattordville Bill Carson Hamilton Overbrook Beverly Casteel Princeton, Mo. Hamilton Terry Chamberlain Oxford Third Row Fourth Row Richmond Dannie Clodfelter Liberal Newton Erik Conard Lyons Elkhart Peggy Coonrod Emporia Osage City Deanna Cordon Wetmore Coodland Hannah Cox Madison Strong City Helen Cox Wichita Hartford Maxie Cox Cleveland ....., t 17 N, ,I I -L elif. , 1 pw a t 'iilg as l- W 4 Q- L 'oi' A U I I-1 M ll 6 x K .fu ,W asc, ,. +V- . Glens 4-'f-S 23,3 Q... i 3 'uv if A 4435 , X ,ia...,,,. K X K. 5 il iiiiii -atm, I' . if A -.ff 'S' lu, V pry 6 fl, X, W y K7 kj? g K W7 , L 'its ll' rt i All LL Um' A X L Q, f K fs 'I fa 5: i ,Q lm. 1.3 -f., -wi ' A 6 1'- At 1... fx Kr av'-5 4414 da' v WE' L -ln L ' gg? we ae 7 5"f-f- ff'-3: ,W 6 in N Q in -sf 64- f.: it - S.. E is 1 J: N Jews-fx . 2. if Cliff wr- BN ,. Q. Q' "' D NLT' f ,W g A y J , ,r ,Vg y i as . c y tr E n ai , tl I sr . I , '. 5 ew lj - E 'N' L W as - A' 1 is-x, f ,-Vx H - ,.i: ,,::x , is f 1 2 1' tl t .Q 2.-. .Q 2 a sf rf A E 7- '- , t. A'V T1 E lb... A 1 I in 'Q d aa QW M r ,R an F1 in - L ' :L A 1 I l First Row Second Row Virginia Crowley Blackwell, Okla. Grace Davis Augusta L. D. Crumb Waverly Sylvia Dawson Elmdale Larry Cummins Eureka Christel Day Eureka Frances Cyphert Geneseo Lowell Deines Hope Joyce Davidson Americus Steve Dellinger Chase Dick Davis Oilton, Okla. Carroll Denning Russell Gary Davis Kinsley Margaret Denniston Cheney Third Row Fourth Row Billy Deweese Cunningham Delores Dresker LeRoy Neil Dewerff Ellinwood Lester Duckett Emporia Dolores Diel Dighton Blanche Dunshee Cottonwood Falls Camille Dolsky Burlington Don Edmunds Emporia Mary Dotson Emporia Doris Edwards Concordia Duane Drawbaugh Emporia Orva Ehrhardt Cridley Richard Dreasher Madison Jim Eller Clasco FRE HME Q 'lu--Q. if fit. X , t,,'-Mvfg 51?- 'Wx fx W 7 if A , s 5.5, gs K at 3 K 1155, Ag - -qv-1 , X' I 3 . D il, , I, - A X EY' ix X First Row Joellen Elliott Marilyn JoAnn Elliott Lee Ellis Roland Elpers Marbeth Emswiler Ray Evans Paul Everett Third Row Martha Fitts Annette Follett Marilyn Foraker Connie Ford Bob Ford Franz Frederick Betty Freiburghouse ,., A. Au.. ma ,V N 1 fl. ,R 3 52' Q as ' ag Q all I if , V ' Vi a .L tam A... Emporia Russell Creenley Prairie Lenexa Madison Muncie Osage City Coodland Mt. Hope Osage City Eureka Emporia Hiawatha se in qu. Second Row Ward Fagerquist Beverly Fagg Betty Fankhouser Roger Farmer Carolyn Feldman Kenneth Feltner Donald Fischer Fourth Row Bonnie Fritzler Cordelia Froetschner Mary Ann Fulton Dorothy Cale Francis Cangel Carol Caringer Caylene Carriott llllllSllMll McPherson Madison Madison Florence Garden City Emporia Waverly Russell Larned Mission Baldwin Louisbu rg Harveyville Emporia 'WK sl! ,L ,,. E' AL 'gk 51" . 'fr llllll llMll' at Jr. First Row Second Row Leland Gassert Washington Verla Graham Mankato Max Gile Emporia Virginia Green Olathe Alfred Glaser Spalding, Nebr. Darrell Gregory Peabody Betty Jo Glover Kansas City Mary Griffith Marquette Gerald Godfrey Lyons James Grimes Emporia John Goode Kansas City Doris Groendyche Medicine Lodge Clyde Goulden Kansas City Laura Grubb Tribune Third Row Fourth Row Mary Ellen Gulick Kansas City Roger Hannaford Marion Arneida Gunier Overland Park Carolyn Hanson Bonner Springs Marilyn Gustin Wakefield Marilyn Hanson Bonner Springs Neal Hafenstein Eskridge Jerry Harkleroad Wellington Donald Halbower Anthony Patty Harris Wichita Jeris Hale lVlOllr1e Carl Harter Bern Robert Hall Effingham Rachel Hawk Osawatomie X fl' H I for S 'L t "', I - ' . sgtzg 9 g gg:V g V g lm, W , A- ' n- 6' ig 5 ff if W XC Q 6 i f 6? t, tt., . I Lk ,,,L, 3 Q n .O V fr A A, tyfr K Q . H l' "' W P, -.. M Wdtx, X D lxk V km rv--.,, Q 'au-1' 'gm Q A xi lx T I ll I ,. C if f fr t rf Q gh I Q t 6 ,Q i t. ,M .gs rw.. ft CG! 5' 4 f., "luuf X x xg--ff 'E' First Robert Hawk Gerald Haxton Loren Haxton Max Hayen Bryce Hayes Roy Head Kay Headrick Third Sylvia Holt Jin Hong Wayne Hoobler Shirley Hoover Verna Horton Verda Hotzel Delores Howard llllll llMll Row lvlacksville Wetmore Sabetha Marion Stafford lvl ilford Kismet Row Evergreen Seoul, Korea Eureka Liberal Emporia St. Joseph, Mo. Mulvane Second Row Elmer Hedrick Anita Hess Kieth Hiesterman Sam Hoter John Hollingshead Judith Holloway Gladys Holt Fourth Row George Hughes Jewelene Hurst Glenda Huston Ruth Huston Cary lnde Betty lngwerson Ruth lrey Peabody Peabody Concordia Cedar Emporia Washington Atlanta Gott Emporia Olathe Emporia Hope Sabetha Emporia 41 is Fw 'ei i Q -bw v 4 r ' i iilrii ll J c it g E,i Egi ff ai- i c t i W a or Lili Q1 c as 'lll lllll ii 'L .,ttti lsii. ' "-, I K csri g fi S fi!-W +L 'll' 'hiv . - f,:,a5i.,. B355-,, 'ver it If: si ll l t fii K 1 M y I Rm as-1 '91 Af! 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IL Fin' Row Second Row Sally Irving Russell Mary Alice Jones Eureka James lsmert Larned Sylvia Jones Dodge City Jacqueline lsom lvlelvern Gladys Kadoyama Wailuku, Hawaii Henry Jackson Junction City John Kaeckell Ottawa Larry Johnson Eureka Richard Kahle Council Grove Claragene Johnston Emporia Francis Keating Junction City Jimmie Jones Greensburg Dixie Keefe Cheney Third Row Fourth Row Carol Keller Halstead Aiko Kinio Okinawa Katherine Keller Halstead Daisy Kinoshita Kauai, Hawaii Richard Kent Emporia Thelma Kipfer Madison Bill Kimble Mulvane Ruth Kirby Ruleton Evelyn Kimzey Longton Riley Kirkpatrick Peabody Betty King Wichita Don Kline Marion Wynetka Ann King Emporia Kathleen Knapp Hartford FRE llllll .L if 'wa is gf -if il . wi-P' A il- '51 in . ,Jaxx Us 'CQ ?7 'Y' AHW AL 1.- Qv- as r - fr ar Q9 tw y 413 A, rrsy my it I 1 : J X ik 5. ti t g. Q 9- av J 45 L15 5051 'ibn fr Y A First Row Second Row Evelyn Kovar Rossville Charlene Larkin Florence Louise Kuhn Moundridge Gwen Larson Waterville Fay Kuhner Harveyville Wanda Lauppe Meade Kerry Lafferty Kinsley Wilma Lee White City Bob Lambert McPherson Jim Letellier Admire Richard Lambert Neosho Rapids Bill Liggett Kinsley Ruth Lane McPherson Charles Lindahl Nickerson Third Row Fourth Row Evan Lindquist Emporia Beth Lynch Ashland Clarence Linsey Lebo James Lyons Lane Larry Linton Wamego Rae McBratney Atchison Phyllis Loeckle Junction City Ronnie McChristy Wetmore Betty Lonsinger Augusta Don McCowen Kingman Steve Luebbe Topeka Larry McDaniel Emporia John Luthi Milford Barbara McDonald Blue Mound Fllll llMll First Row Nancy McGee Janet McGregor Duane McKeever Carol Mackay Jerry Mallow Martha Manning Esta Lee Mapes Third Bill Meljo Benny Meyer Virginia Meyer David Mickey Gordon Mikesell Gerald Miller Joyce Miller at o r t irq: iq., . ,-T539 ,Q V A we L tilts ' A5 M-x 'C' V A-"u"3 5- 5, J in R qi' ,qt - Li,yz21' A sfmzf 4 N- Row llllll llMll Protection Saffordvi lle Holton Kansas City Wichita Atchison Emporia l-loisington Will is Bern Atwood Burden Kansas City Dwight i Q1 sg, ? - 0 5: ia. K 1 DL in g -ay, f""'s.- ...,, J iw 'S x E . Nw t , -Q.: L L , 'lt Second Row Louis Marin Emporia Richard Markham Soldier Larry Marks Allen Robert Martin Cottonwood Falls James Mathews Garnett Marcia Maxwell Emporia Nadene Mays Olpe Fourth Row Donna Minnis Stafford Sally Miracle Wamego Geraldine Mooneyham Westfall Barbara Moore Council Grove Rose Moore Holton Alfred Morgan Liberal Barbara Motter Delphos ma'-A ff, cf, 1' fi my 'A ll? Z, J X 'ti J. lbs 'n Q we X Al L Q-P ..- t W p f ,V QQ.. ,V l . 'if fr Fllll llMll 5, 1 Q, get First Row Second Row Carmen Mueller Wichita Annasteen Nelson Hutchinson Douglas Murphy LeRoy Richard Nelson Lindsborg Darrell Murray Soldier Ronald Neufeld Cheney John Myers Emporia Kay Notestine Pretty Prairie Joyce Nakama Honolulu, Hawaii Loren Obley Newton Nancy Nanninga Axtell Kathy O'Donnell Hartford Barbara Neidig Kansas City, Mo. Marilyn Opperman Yates Center Third Row Four Ermil Ott Madison Janice Parker Ozawkie Janet Ott Lamont Lorene Partin Stafford Patricia Ottinger Council Grove Ardris Pearson Tribune Richard Overfield Hiawatha Joan Pelton Ozawkie Carolyn Ozbun Wichita JoAnn Perry Newton Robert Paige Emporia Janice Peters Garnett Carol Park Ottawa Delmar Pfortmiller Natoma J' ' f ' 1 , " f N lssr . - .3 -- my A 7 Q Us T at , ra .N ...gr A Q. Q A .A , V t it f ' H My K .m . 9 " kr. it ,,, 'Flux ':,1,..,,e Y ' i J J' H W' J nyyci J rg iiss J 4. K I 'K ' J-- . 'ft J' of in in ak H m 1, C J , an Q... ,ra A K J - . 1 ' f' 2 r' 1 , X ul V1 15' 1 VA me ,,,1 y E J J A.. .ik J yiinslir . L 'ipa- fb ,I L 1 'Us Drusilla Piatt Robert Pierce Donald Pinon Betty Poe Jimmie Poe Kay Pogue Dale Pohl Barbara Price Carolyn Price Jackie Pritner Terry Prose Glenna Pummill Wanda Pyle Lee Ramsburg i First Row Madison Osage City Florence Ulysses Norwich Minneapolis Emporia Third Row Abilene Emporia Kansas City Liberal Newton Americus Emporia ff 6 KMA Hx .sy 6 fa. '53 .lm X Y 1 ig :Nia V.. 45 55. .- K My ' , I mag i 'bl 'X X A 'l" ' if K y 5, rly rl!! sf.. 5 Carol Poister Gayle Pope Ronnie Post Barbara Powell Karl Powell Mary Powell Dan Prchal econd Row Fourth Row Betty Ramsey Ronnie Ray Gay Rector Barbara Redman Frederick Reed Winona Reed Randall Reeves Fllll llllll Enterprise Newton Marion Emporia Madison Beverly Emporia Eureka Sterling Arlington Emporia Great Bend Peabody Medicine Lodge 4,5 WH may ima if ik Q , yA N A f t J lii J iyi s itss 'nl S m,,."h A " s ,. , h k C l i V ,,,. - it "'- '. I i " A ' U xj .,.A i I ' . kki' l .- 1 Eh' H -"" ',h'x , xt.. , ziy L M K u bzq . ' 'L , ii if J ' gnb gi A ri h :h S' ' ' J sty Q 4 r yy y ytpc S . J... J f J 1 R R A . ' S J sii K"k 'W 3 kf.r - f5" MQ I y ,1-- In J' A A1 L. J L J Q. ir 1. ssisii . 9-if J ' is it ily A - , First Row Second Row Eileen Rentfro Severy Janis Rogers Minneapolis Phyllis Rexroad Winfield Marilyn Ross Meade Marilyn Riggert Preston Edward Rowley C-loversville, N. Y. Joann Ritter Junction City Caryl Ruckhaber Wakefield Roberta Roberts Emporia Vera Rudiger Great Bend Lindsay Rochat Wilsey Joyce Rudisill Ottawa Dixie Roecker Garnett Linda Ruhnke Junction City Third Row Fourth Row Bonnie Sanford St. John Marilyn Seaton Abilene Catherine Saunders Lawrence Harvey Shank Abilene Leon Schmidt Hartford Jerry Shaw Kingman Tiajuana Schmidt Syracuse Larry Shepherd White City Charlene Schul McPherson Barbara Shoup Mulvane Shirley Schwilling Cottonwood Falls Mary Simpson Kingman Dona Seacat Emporia Ron Slaymaker Peabody FRE HME 177 is csti W Fllll llllll First Row Larry Smith Sabetha Marianne Smith Council C-rove Shirley Smithson Delavan Juanita Spencer Emporia Georgia Spencer Lecompton Richard Spillner Waialua, Hawaii Carol Stansbury Williamsburg Third Row Keith Sylvester Waverly Connie Tector Calva Betty Thomas Wichita Jerrianne Thornburgh Syracuse Jacquelyn Tolman Kansas City Robert Trager Olathe Maurine Traner Emporia Second Row Donna Stark Donna Stephenson Lelia Stohr Loa Lee Stotts Jackie Sutton Sharon Swart Ruth Swearingen Fourth Charles Trauth Michael Trout Jerry Trowbridge Carlie Trower Ruth Tucker Georgia Turner Clennis Uhrich is J J S LSJ J lilll Sll J ! S i t S S K S it llli S A X 1 7 SWE? ' 51 ., S ,. -' ' SN 3, t.rr,cc K, fl A SS rr,cc rtrrrccc, S Z 5 ,.,, , it 1233 S SS A M S Q ryttrrr S -Q T 't S Siitt , H, Howard Clements Ensign Cottonwood Falls Junction City White City Hiawatha Raw Kansas City Lyndon Emporia St. Marys Leon Hiawatha Oakley 4. -:t-f t. ' .iyi 3 In .. ,, ,,,, S f air -1? SS fs ,,,,: fn 2- ts 'Sag S - Sf M 6 rets SN-4 . :ml i. Q S Wt 1 L S SSSS S S f SSS JSKL igig, if Fir Shirley Unruh John VanderVelde Donald Varner Ray Velasquez Robert Walker Parks Wallace Clara Walling Th Jo Ann Wendling Theresa Wendling John Westerman Betty Wheat Edward White Bruce Whitney Charles Whitson S L ew 'S wx 'Wh' 'Q hhx ,gf L ' i" 4.,., i's V llllll llllll st Row ird Row Second Halstead Mary Walton Emporia Elaine Warren Kansas City Pat Warta Gardner Sharon Watkins Harper Joyce Watts Eureka Warren Wegley Wellington James Weinmann Fourth Olpe John Wiebe Olpe Carol Wiesedeppe Merrian Carol Williams Allen Stanley Williams Kansas City Charles Willson Emporia Catherine Wilson Junction City Jim Wilson l ff C egg Cs-.a-5 ' 5 -Trl is 'fr,. i X i .gi mm ,leafy t, V 'v ! ki 5 uv ' 6' 7 X 1 Y if L site 'vsp G fi ch Row Row Olathe Eskridge Ellis Cassoday Emporia Mission Atchison Newton Seneca Emporia LeRoy Bunker Hill Overbrook Linwood Wh... in w 1. 'T V VT' sg, -.. 5 2' llrii r ,iw ' 5 'Q 19, if in -- n I, avi, fi 'W -N ' , 'W "' Q, S J -Q., ws .1-I, U51 Q J l 5 q A- lk Fllll Mike Wineteer Virginia Wingo Ted Wischropp Tom York Vance Young Mary Jane Zavesky llMll Elmo Walton Vassar Junction City Emporia Ellsworth 7 w ' 37 Q, .. F. ' 1 V ACTIVITIES Darrell Whistler President As school reconvened, Student Council members arrived early to help with Fresh- man Orientation Week. This varied from conducting tours to sponsoring a Talent show. At Homecoming, the Council sponsored Norman Lee and his band. The dance proved to be even more successful than the year before. The Counts were hired by Student Coun- cil to play for all-school dances after the home football games. There were big turn- outs for the dances this year because a band provided music instead of the usual juke- box. The Council also sponsored Woody Herman and his band during the first se- mester. in 'T W Margaret Rose . Judy Teichgraeber Merriam Wilson Larry Wall Senior Representative Senior Representative Senior Representative Junior Representative fm 'Yer Arneida Gunier Freshman Representative Phyllis Rexroad Freshman Representative 'llllllllll' Pat Swiercinsky Junior Representative Several members and both sponsors attend- ed the' NSA regional meeting at Jefferson City, Missouri, in November, Section meet- ings and panels on current day college con- ditions and problems took up most of the time on the two-day trip. The topics dealt with at the separate meetings included stu- dent publications, student government on the college campus, academic futures of students, and student participation on fac- ulty committees. Again, the Student Council sponsored a Penny Carnival to raise funds for the March of Dimes. Student Council members drew sighs of relief at the end of the year after working on problems all year that affected the lives of students at E-State. Dr. Harry Waters Sponsor Mr. Dixon Smith Sponsor llllll Clli few' Jack Fiedler Vice-President Sharon Winters Jim Crawford Jim JOHNSON Junior Representative Sophomore Representative SOPl'1OfY1OI'2 RCPFCSGNTBTIVG "7 197 f First Row: Sharon Winters, Judy Teichgraeber, Betty Fick, Velma Viets, Pat Swiercinsky, Belva Ames, Mary Keith Riegle and Laura Keele, Second Row: Louis Andreatta, Harry Firth, Pat Kramm, Mary Frances Overfield, Mary Ruth Dillman, Melba Ernst, Merriam Wilson, Millard Denny. Not pictured: Barbara Baker, Lila Miller, Phyllis Hormel, Maurice Guy. Six juniors, thirteen seniors, and one graduate student were chosen to repre- sent E-State in the l95-4-55 edition of Who's Who Among Students in Amer- ican Universities and Colleges. Students were nominated by the Stu- dent Council and by the faculty. Origi- nally nominations totaled more than one hundred. Ot these, only twenty could be entered. Students were then eliminated by further voting until the number was decreased to the present twenty. To be chosen for this honor, a stu- dent must be a junior, senior, or grad- uate student in an accredited Ameri- can college. l'-le must also display abil- ity and interest through scholarship, leadership, participation in extracurric- ular activities and hold future promise in either the professional or business tield. All of the students chosen had an average grade of B or better, and all participated in at least three activities during their college career. Students chosen for this honor will have their pictures and a short biogra- phy ot their achievements in the an- nual book, "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities." Because of the increased enrollment at E-State, a larger number of students were listed among Who's Who this year than the tive listed last year. Wllll' Wllll iii iiiiiiiiciii coiiiiiiis iiin iiiiivinsiims UNFLUW li Another year has come to a close for the Staff of the Sunflower. Arranging for pic- tures, identifying people, and drawing copy- forms caused just a few of the headaches of the Staff. Meeting deadlines during Thanksgiving and Christmas vacations as well as during final week created quite a strain on those called upon to help. The Staff is taking this opportunity to thank everyone who helped to make the Sunflower a success, This includes the fac- ulty and the students who were called upon at the last minute to help meet deadlines. This is the sum of all our efforts-the 1955 Sunflower-a record of campus activ- ities for the year. Business Manager Perikli and Assistant Editor Fuck A'- svin 'l' v at r2Co'd' Al 'l'il'l'l0 ll Til-FM KSTE-FM is a 250 watt frequency modu- lated non-commercial educational radio sta- tion. It was licensed by the Federal Com- munications Commission for unlimited op- eration on March l0, l953. KSTE-FM is entirely student staffed and operated, em- ploying a complete student staff. The sta- tion is on the air seven hours per day, five days a week. broadcasting programs of edu- cation, entertainment, and interest. KSTE- FM is a member of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, receiving the services of the NAEB network: is a mem- ber of Alpha Epsilon Rho, national radio fraternity, and subscribes to the Columbia Masters record series. ln the record library are nearly 53,000 worth of the finest LP recordings. During this year the station participated in the production of television programs. beginning a new phase of broadcasting which included the filming of TV programs T"""1 Is that a transmitter? Sing pretty, Doug ,, on the campus. The primary function of KSTE-FM is the student training of all phases of radio work in addition to repre- senting Emporia State as the "radio voice." Radio staff at Work First Row Jay Jernigan, Betty Fick, Tom York, Guy Kidd, Jim Jones, How- ard Holladay. Second Row: Don Edmunds, Russell Priestly, Jim Trent, Vern Butler Da id Blackim, Cary Poorman. An alum of E-State, Howard l-lolladay, returned as debate coach and directed the squad into a successful season. l-le coached his senior speakers, Jim Trent and Cary Poorman, as they won 85 per cent of their forty rounds of debate. His junior division teams were loaded with first year debaters, but at no time during the season did they win less than 50 per cent of their rounds. The debaters began their season by winning the Central Intercollegiate Con- ference debate championship at the an- nual tournament held at Washburn Uni- versity. At other meets first semester, Poor- man and Trent were undefeated at Ada, Oklahoma, and placed third out of thirty- eight teams in the Southwestern lnvita- tional Meet. Vern Butler and Allen Kidd 1' X , X 5- TRA VELINC DEBATERS matched their record at Southwestern by placing third in junior division debate. Second semester debaters from E-State went to St. Paul, Minnesota, New Or- leans, Louisiana, and to the National Pi Kappa Delta debate tournament at Red- lands, California. The national debate proposition was: Resolved: that the United States should extend diplomatic recognition to the Communist Government of China. The proposition caused a national dispute. Several small civilian schools, West Point. and Annapolis did not debate it. Their excuse-they didn't want to discuss an issue involving communism. President Eisenhower said in a press conference that he trusted the debaters' judgment, and they should debate the issue "to their hearts' content." DEBATE Dick Hawk--Editor-in-Chief First semester staff working? 'llllll llllLLllTl Serving the student body in the best way pos- sible without violating the principles of good journalism was the objective of the i954-55 Bulletin staff. Editor-in-chief Richard Hawk cracked the whip over first semester's staff which consisted of Jim Trent, associate editor: Jerry Williams, business managerg Jim Downs, assistant busi- ness manager, Mary Lou Heydecker, society editor, Richard Plummer, feature editor, George lvlarstall and Wayne Williams, sports editors: and Jack Price, copy editor. Highlighting the efforts of the first semester staff was a ten page homecoming issue. Hawk was re-elected to fill the editor's chair, and the conservative editorial policy initiated by the first sernester's staff was continued. Second semester staff included Jim Trent, associate editor, Larry Wall, business manager: Jack West, assistant business manager, Mar- jorie Kling, editorial assistant, Joyce C-rieder, copy editor, Belford Smith, news editor, Mary Lou Heydecker, society editor, Madalyn Schmidt, associate society editor, Ray Koch and Ed White, sports editors, and Betty Lewick, feature editor. Jerry P. Leibman served as faculty advisor both semesters. Second semester staff-more girls! 0RCHE IRA ii ii A1- Leopold Liegl, Di rector VIOLIN . . .Virgil Person, Louis Anderson, Mary Ellen Culick, Mary Dotson, Charles Trauth, Cwen Alderson, Deanna Cordon, Marian Has- kell, Ann Kennedy, Orville Mosher. VIOLA . . . J. J. Weigand, Mrs. Weldon Baker. CELLO . . . Edwin Stuntzer, Anita Krehbiel, Pat Sutton, Pat Swiercinsky. STRING BASS . . . Mary Ann Simpson, Virginia Bohn, Larry Alderson. FLUTE . . . Bette Lauterbach, Fran Best, Marion Navrat. OBOE . . . Mary Ann Fulton. CLARINET . . . Mary Ruth Dillman, Kathryn Dillman. BASSOON . . . Philip Keller, Lonn Richards Beverly Fagg. TRUMPET . . . Carl Dempsey, James Mathews FRENCH HORN . . . Barbara Odgers, Leslie El Iiott. TROMBONE . . . Dale Roller, Connie Diller, Vir gil True. PERCUSSION . . . Joyce Holdsworth. TREBLE ULEF First Row: Sandra Stieben, Marian Haskell, Mr, Leon Wagner. Second Row: Bonnie Fritz lntire, Fourth Row: Doris Beaman, Mary Walton. Fifth Row: Donna Stark, Betty Glover Phyllis Loeckle, Carol Clowe. Sixth Row: Roselyn Hull, Jeris Hale, Lee Stohr. Seventh Row Eleanor Bohm, Eileen Rentfro, Deanna Cordon, Carol Sisson, Phyllis Moore, Judy Holloway Eighth Row: Janet Haney, Ginger Green, Fran Best, JoAnn Elliott, With yearly recitals and tours, the Treble Clef Club has achieved a reputation for high-quality, small-group musical perform- ance, as well as being a lasting personal ex- perience for its members. This year the Treble Clef has expanded to twenty-six members from the previous twelve. Mem- bership into Treble Clef is by invitation and try-outs. Treble Clef presented a full-scale concert on the E-State campus in April. 65 Pat Sutton, Pat Swiercinsky. Third Row: Donna Donnelly, Joyce Holdsworth, Nancy Mc- Charles Hendricks, Director FLUTES . . . Fran Best, Maxie Cox, Doris Ed- wards, Bette Lauterbach. OBOE . . . Mary Ann Fulton. CLARINETS . . . Larry Alderson, Carol Clowe, Kathryn Dillman, Ruth Dillman, Camille Dolsky, Jo Elliott, Lois Erickson, Lawrence Lewis, Nancy Lollar, Marilyn Naylor, Joan Pelton, Stein Schioll, Larry Shepherd, Gary Stroud, Geraldine Wall. ALTO CLARINET . . . James Bishop. BASS CLARINET . . . Dorothy Libben. BASSOONS . . . Philip Keller, Lonn Richards. ALTO SAX . . . Blanche Dunshee, Bonnie Fritz, Doris Groendyche, Janice Parker, Pat Swiercin- sky. TENOR SAX . . . Larry Johnson, Duane Mc- Keever. BARITONE SAX . . . Virginia Bohn. TRUMPETS . . . Dean Dempsey, Marilyn For- aker, Laura Grubb, Janet Haney, John Hollings- head, Judith Holloway, Bob Jackson, Anita Krehbiel, Jim Mathews, Larry Meierhoff, Bruce McFerrin, Marshall McNutt, Lonn Navrat, Lee Ramsburg. HORNS . . . Carolyn Briix, Leslie Elliott, Darrell Ramsburg, Mary Walton. TROMBONES . . . Terry Chamberlain, Bill Chris- tesen, Delores Diel, Ray Evans, Jerine Heide- brecht, Lloyd Krause, Darrell McDermed, Ar- dris Pearson, Arnold Schalker, Loa Stotts, Virgil True, Nelda Windsor. BARITONES . . . Neal Hafenstein, Dale Roller. BASSES . . . Wilmer Harvey, Wayne Hoobler, Rex Reynolds. PERCUSSION . . . Beverly Casteel, Joan Lollar, Larry McDaniel, Don Varner, Pat Warta. DRUM MAJOR . . .Pat Belfield. MAJORETTES . . . Kay Pogue, Janet Haney, Mary Powell, Ruth Lane, Mary Maloney, Nancy Carson. llllll Larry Alderson Irene Anders Louis Anderson Doris Beaman Donna Bell Fran Best James Bishop Mrs. Laverne Blossom Virginia Bohn Carol Brown Betty Breukelman Billie Buckles Donna Buffon Robert Burns Terry Chamberlain Robert Chatham William Christesen Carol Clowe Donald Coffee Glenna Cooper Deanna Cordon Maxie Cox Pauline Craig Donna Cromwell Virginia Crowley Katherine Dillman Mary Ruth Dillman Camille Dolsky Mary Dotson Albert D. Schmutz, Director Blanche Dunshee Doris Edwards Jean Edwards Leslie Elliott Lois Erickson Eldon Evans Jo Ann Elliott Enola Feldman Harry Firth Janet Fisher Rodney Fisher Marilyn Foraker Bonnie Fritz Max Gile Virginia Green Mary Ellen Gulick Janet Haney Marian Haskell Kay Headrick Jerine Heidebrecht Kay Higashi Delton Hodgson Marion Hafenstein Ann Hoffmans Joyce Holdsworth Judith Holloway Roselin Hull Sally Hull Sally Irving MEMBERS Bob Jackson Phyllis Jensen Wanda Johnson Nancy Karolik Philip Keller Ann Kennedy William Kimble Lloyd Krause Fay Kuhner Kelsay Lamb Bette Lauterbach Jan Lehman Lawrence Lewis Phyllis Loeckle Joan Lollar Janet McGregor Nancy Mclntire Betty McWilliam Mary Maloney Martha Manning James Mathews Larry Meierhoff Lila Miller Douglas Murphy Marilyn Naylor Corinne North Esther Ott Paula Parker Delmar Pfortmiller YMPHO IC Clllllli Darrell Ramsburg Lonn Richards Lorna Ritter Richard Robson Dale Roller Theodore Ronen Robert Schiff Leon Schmidt Dona Seacat Sherrol Selfridge Barbara Shoup Donald Smith Lelia Stohr Loalee Stotts Gary Stroud Patricia Sutton Pat Swiercinsky Charles Trauth Fred Updegraff Phyllis Utterback John VanderVelde Marjorie Veal Geraldine Wall Mary Walton Ophelia Washington Jon Wilhite Vance Young iillllllliil ,Vi-f' am... First Row: Paul Brinkman, Twila Anderson, Sharon Winters, Betty Fick, Nancy Ziegler, Nancy Brinker, Shirley Temple, Peggy Eckles, Dick Hawk. Second Row: Mr. Jerry Leibman, Don Edmunds, Bob Browne, George Marstall, Ed White, Harry Firth, Bud Morgan, Ernie Frint, Mr, Green Wyrick. OFFICERS President ........... .........................,.... D ick Hawk Vice-President ..... ...... G eorge Marstall Secretary ,........... ...,,...,,,.,.. B etty Fick Treasurer .............. ..... T wila Anderson Parliamentarian .............................. Sharon Winters Studying a Manuscript Twenty-tive E-Staters interested in creative writing founded Quivira on the campus this year. After organizing a constitution tor the new organization the members began work writing manuscripts for a student literary magazine. "Quivira" was selected as the name tor the magazine because it is one ot the oldest names ever applied by Spaniards to the region which is now Kansas. Mem- bers submitted original manuscripts which were read to the group and discussed. Qui- vira helped students find a market tor their manuscripts. Jerry Leibman and Green Wy- rick, assistant professors in English, were sponsors tor the club. Q FEATURES f all Under the vigorous leadership of Presi- dent John E. King, E-State's enrollment has reached its highest point in fifteen years. Faculty, students, and alumni publicized E-State by personally con- tacting high school students. With l,600 students, and 616 of those fresh- men, a new spirit seems to have per- vaded E-State. This increase in enroll- ment is all part of the nine-year plan. The plan is based on the assumption that E-State will boast 2,000 students in l960. Y f f-- -- s i xi Progress was again made on the E-State campus at the end of rush week when ninety-seven weary girls pledged. They traveled to exotic places, to lands of the unknown, made believe, went to a circus, and enjoyed an Indian summer. Silence reigned, if possible for girls, be- tween times for the parties. Rushees hinted that the dateless rush week and silent periods were quite a strain. At the close of rush week, pledge duties were performed by lowly pledges under the direction of honorable actives. wi, Lf' Y s I GE' Pm, i f A W NN Fraternities rushed and tried to attend the first week of classes at the same time. Not much studying was done by rushees or actives with stag parties, dances, smokers, and movies on the agenda. The rushees weren't limited in their activities so much as the girls, since they could date, and no silent periods hindered them. Following the preferential dinners, boys took the lead over girls as l26 pledged. 5. IJUNNA Cnumwm 'DSS 1954 ww WYQK Large crowds flocked to see the three performances of the seventh annual Curli-Q variety show in Albert Taylor Hall at Homecoming time. The pro- ceeds will make many more scholar- ships available to new students this fall. The sparkling show featured over 4OO E-State students and a production staff of SO, which provided unusually fine settings for the sixteen acts-some of them nearly professional. The gay extravaganza climaxed weeks of work in departments all over the campus that combined to produce an evening of de- lightful entertainment again termed "better than ever," by delighted audi- ences. ,-v""" A ag Qlisv mfs!-fi rig f fs :.1 jg ,"f,f5 , we QF? 18- A--' T 25 'E' - Q 5' ? is ,Stl Q T. ,, ,V in tg .4 9 T fix T .N ', i Y pi" x Q K ni a pg, its :A , l 1, I ' W T A T a a .si it s .T i t s l l tsiii Attendant Merriam Wilson Pi Kappa Sigma Attendant Marjorie Henson Alpha Sigma Tau ff' Rr Attendant Martha Dwelle Sigma Sigma Sigma Attendant Betty Kirk Alpha Sigma Alpha Emporia State's honored football players of 1949 If I X f llw .29 11 ' Mums for Queen Donna from Willie Knox. Archie San Romani receives Hall of Fame certificate. Smallest hornet gets free instruction. 77 Smiles of approval fvfifffi Wow Tau Kappa Epsilon After much planning, hard work, and worry, Homecoming decorations were finally ready for E-State's homecomers. First place winners were Alpha Kappa Lambda, Sigma Tau Gamma, Vet City, and Sigma Sigma Sigma. Second place awards went to Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Sigma Tau, and Morse Hall. Alpha Kappa Lambda nm iimnmi Zurnth. I 'Quia U lu' llaurnu lim! llll' Hu l l 5 I ll 'f 'X mimi, In nimfrrnlxmilirh :M Sf! JI 5525-E Yiwu linixirzimluli :hr Umuri ui u lm Inuit lfmm' f,,f,,,m zur nl rvolh 31111110 'lrnrinrf lllililg .ug H 'H 'J 1 I l uri hnuw Ilia! winull .unit my-,fi Um all of Xrruas Hin WW Pi Kappa Sigma Alpha Sigma Tau x i,iaf , , Sigma Sigma Sigma , TUDT R RA EN Buligcn ,mu SE Q23 Alpha Sigma Alpha Delta Sigma Epsilon Letts honored on Parent's Day h se iacu1lY venus 01111 0 Going too fast, Mary Ellen? senafor 5 h S c oePPel visifs Ehs . E.StaW' aklng C-efN3"'sPe BO fate 5 4,14 i ','.i2,-M all if A sa Y-lx xl' Nut. 'hem , if 5'-Q 2? 1 r Qs 1' 'L :X . SN l -4 N He Called af I ,....f--1 sax Ks Wat W Tuning in for Liberace If you can't strike one, draw one 4, .,.f,, . Wl,o,s th e d""""y? V52 I ,Ez A- f Q ER, X ojo ls that cefamics? Pfacess A o Camera f . 00 big for the d0or 5' F oreign students pose with Dr. King and Dean Sch illinger ahvlw 5 cog ds , ll rn arfisuc cane atffads yo N . ullgstas :Ire fha' marriage gi and family C0u,,se? -1-7' rn! is A 'Sgr Y ,MQ ,,...----ig' wade Q akh in 'he Put your best foot forward .: W?-. ' 41 Kevneth ounf Q 596 ea wa alia' rad C Whal"s cooking? 'YN M'-s fB fm w--'mtv . cafqxe - 111 ate a Reima rs C'e o0d Christmas al' E-State SA I 'fih?f CII,-ishha S Parf- Y Deck the Halls . . . Hallelujah," sang the Chorus Miss Santa Baby of 1954 Boys se dOl'n-I ente ffains Th Good old days mean work for AT pledges egood O ld Days a 'H LYOH Co Hula Hula! Hawaiian Style Ullfy Muse 'Uh B7 Interested, bored, excited he' The lite ot a photograli . Al What 3 mob! Those enrollment blues H' - . , ,. . ...,..., ., . . .:. - . . ,wmmwnww W,-ammmmmmwf Student poses Artist draws im, f'?v eg ' f H andle those cups and fra ys ice rs of sew 35 Yea Welcome! New students 89 First semesteffak Ns lsr' he cute? Brucefp 1 actic He fm' I6 loves Her man e teaching? Steady, girls Rod, how is that boat coming? Referee Aff Ridgwa Y 91 Touchd MISS EMPORIA STATE PEGGY ECKLES - AST l Something coo The Sunflower staff relaxed after spon- soring another Miss Emporia State contest. Social organizations and Morse Hall nom- inated candidates for the contest. Each of the fourteen coeds then began preparing a reading, a dance number, a musical number, or a record imitation that she thought would win her the title of Miss Emporia State in a three minute personal appearance. Selection of the winner was made by three judges using a 30-point system. The judges consid- ered talent, stage personality, and appear- ance to come to a fast decision that broke previous records. Doug Lyon, Master of Ceremonies, intro- duced Sharon Winters who presented the trophy to Peggy Eckles. Peggy displayed win- ning talent with a dance interpretation of June Christy's record "Something Cool." Miss Emporia State reigned over the Xi Phi Anniversary Ball, and was E-State's candi- date for the Drake Relay's Queen as well as being the official Sunflower Queen. Congratulations, Peggy! 4,,,, kin' Eileen Rentfro Velma Vids Cheryl Purkey Norma Neff-Second Place 94 vgh Ai, . , A my - X m swo' Ru' Joyce Holdsworth r 5 Q a ss , b Jan Lehman Jane, Haney Jean Clawson Nadine Horseman J udy Tgich gmeber 95 Clara Nonaka in th e skaxx 9 5 :he 'M' Hawaii was never like this Sn ow can be Slippery, isn'I' it? hice W. la de fl lfflylo W Cold, cold, morning! A143565 Duck s on the lake A? oftfaye taxed P And all was still? 97 Cupid-Nancy Ziegler Good entertainment? Y '-X, Ouch e enne , ' - My en,nee Oh! Th e 7-eke sowery TWO BLIND MICE and N F X X , .,X, "'1 I . I M .. 3- 1 S V ' I 1 7 A UHRISTMAS CAHUL Marley's ghost 1 A LADY IN THE DARK Th Crachif famuy e J all Lehman as Like He's simply divine! Poor Jenny--couIdn't make up her mind en oi Heads Que Candidafes fo' Queen Daisy Kinoshita 1 5 M 'V . ' 7 Q! Noflliljg b 0 Red", the janitor elhg A nightly gab session 1 .4 -,, rg fl I ,I fr? kv .90 lwllgeboy! Put il' on straight 'L' ff -' in 5' . - . 'J' E016 ,sk llllll II EMESTIIII PLEIIGE ASA-Connie Ford, Catherine Wilson, Carol Wiesedeppe, Winifred ASA-Phyllis Loeckle, Janice Parker, Sandra Stieben, Glenna Pummill Brown, Virginia Meyer, Sarah Price. Clennis Uhrich, Doris Groendyche. . r AST-Pat Coulderl, Shirley Unruh, Rhonda Rath, Becky Rice. DSE-Man! Ann Simpson- R059 Moore' Jackie lsom- Donna BUNCH' DSE-Sharon Brewer, Betty Thomas, Shirley Smithson, Janet McGregor. Not Pictured: Sylvia Jones. 102 Q PKS-Joan McWilIiam, Betty King, Louise Kuhn, Clara Nonaka, Gwen Larson, Shirley Schwilling, nf . W if -sw SSS-Nancy Barnes, Phyllis Rexroad, Geraldine Mooneyham, Delores Howard, Kathleen Haskell, Nancy McGee, . "1 AKL-Larry Shepherd, Clyde Goulden, Charles Lindahl. Not Pic- tured: Roger Farmer, Ed White, James Simmons. fs PSE-First Row: Max Marsland, Joe Passmore, Dick Davis, Neil PSE--First Row: Charles McCollum, Bob Slagle, Jack Haskins, Warren DeWerff. Second Row: John Hitchcock, Laird Jackson, Bob Watson. ZCUSQV- 565054 Row: Sfeve Sf- John. RQX Linder, Laffy lVl2ad0I'. 103 ii li , A .- 3 ll Qii X, i l SPE-John Davies, Bryce Hayes, Bud Donley, Monte Fey, SPE-First Row: Ken Matz, Dick Forrest, Dale McClusky. Second Row: Benny Meyers, Jerry Gorman. :rf un 4 STG-George Bueker, Art Talley, John Goode, Larry Linton, STG-Loren Newberry, Cary Davis, George Glick, Wilbur Besore. l , ,X is rm D , - i ' , 1 l TKE-Ward Fagerquist, Keith Sylvester, Charlie Whifson, Richard Trem- TKE-Dave Heaberlin, Ray Evans, Dale Aiken, George Hughes. ble, Darrell Oldham. 104 rm l i Nl Sl'1e's so lonely. . llllll llllll Q - . He's so lonely He says, "May l help?" an she consented . 105 f Q ' but .an She was thrilled that he called He says, "You look nice," an . Q K , x he was late. e And so, they made up? The evening drew To a close f Q'-ww HJ, xv, :nn 4563 , ,,, ... mm! , . LL . 4, f A She says, "What now?" yi 1 and he asks, "Will you marry me?" Can't you cook?" he asks and then "Can't you vacuum when l'm gone? ' 5 2 . and they lived happily ever after. AKL-Lost Chord AST-Strange Music SINGING llllll Trophies went to new owners as the Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity and Alpha Sigma Tau sorority won top honors at the l5th Annual Singing Bee. The Bee was sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha, men's honorary music fraternity. For either of the winners to retain the trophies permanently, each must win the Bee next year, as permanent posses- sion goes to the two consecutive year winners according to the plan desig- nated by Phi Mu Alpha. The winners will keep the trophies for a year by their win. Delta Sigma Epsilon and Alpha Sigma Alpha tied for second place in the women's division, while Sigma Phi Epsi- lon was the second place winner in the men's division. The calibre of music shown in the Singing Bee reached a new high while a spirit of cooperation as well as that of competition prevailed, me "cpm ecewlng L99 Lee oh, PGI' regeivih V S' n Vichards the frophy 108 DSE-What's New SPE--Night and Day ,: 1 m 1 QLI- 1 'L'g ALi' 4 .. - I, 1 ,i , , I ZV. , L, A, will A LE .Vi, . 'f ' mm,, ' 'Lf f J . Y f" ' - I f V' ,fx ,lu Q: S V- ,S g " -. ,,.. - W-- , -- -' ASA-September in the Rain Phi Mu Alpha SSS-Summertime .1 , PKS-The Night Has a Thousand Eyes if . G Winnetaska-My Blue Heaven Kansas Legislators Attended Singing Bee W 4Q..? 2'Q'fT5?m4l 9 110 STG--The Drinking Song TKE-When Day ls Done GREEKS Pil llELLll IC ll0U UIL Panhellenic Council was kept busy with the task of discussing and solving prob- lems common to the sororities during the year. The Council also began a new policy of having rush week for second semester the weekend after school starts instead of between semesters. By this method stu- dents were not compelled to come back early from vacation. Second semester, the Council sponsored the annual Panhellenic Valentine formal. A second all-day work- shop proved successful in promoting good relationships among the sororities on the campus. A scholarship cup was given at the honors convocation to the sorority having the highest grade average. This in- cluded both actives and pledges when computing the grades. Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority received the cup last year for the highest scholastic standing. Each year, the sororities rotate in order for offices. Margaret Rose was president this year, with Geraldine Wall as secretary, and Norma Pohl as treasurer. Miss Ruth Schil- linger, Dean of Women, served as spon- sor. First Row: Sylvia Rasmussen, Phyllis Could. Second Row: Carol Sisson, Donna Cromwell, Margaret Rose, Miss Ruth Schillinger, Betty Kirk. Third Row: Peggy Eckles, Madalyn Schmidt, Kay Anderson, Barbara Baker, Merriam Wilson, Geraldine Wall, Dorothy Ready, Not pictured: Norma Pohl, .-sg 'V Z Ill' il-Fllilllill ITY Ullll UIL The lnterfraternity Council is composed of the president and one representative from each fraternity on the campus, and is sponsored by Mr. Trusler, Dean of Men. The first meeting of the year was devoted to setting forth the procedure to be used in regulating rush week activities. The Council set up a scholarship competition among the five fraternities on the cam- pus. A trophy will be awarded to the fra- ternity with the highest grade average. Each year it will have the name of the winning fraternity inscribed on it. Any group that wins the trophy three consec- utive years will gain permanent possession of it. Grade averages of the fraternities will be based on both actives and pledges. First Row: Stanley Marshall, Jerry Williams, Bill Dudley, Ray Kolling. Second Row: Jim Sha . E . . J . Results of the competition will be an- nounced next fall. lnterfraternity fol- lowed in the footsteps of the Panhellenic Council when it decided on the scholar- ship competition, as the Panhellenic Council organized a similar scholarship race for sororities last year. This scholar- ship race should result in higher stand- ards in each organization. ln the spring, lnterfraternity sponsored another Easter Hop, which has been a traditional formal for many years. All the fraternity men with their dates danced to the music of the Counts. Bill Dudley handled the reins of the Council with Ken Perry assisting him as secretary-treasurer. Bob Schaulis, Ken Perry. Not pictur d. Arliss Burns, ack Fiedler. 'ETP' so-lg xv: rp, Herbert Small, V, T. Trusler A,-. Oh! Those Meetings OFFICERS President .......................................... Ruth Staton Vice-President ........ ........ P hyllis Markley Secretary ............. ....... F rances Clennan Treasurer ............ ................ P at Rarig Rush Captain ......... ........... B eH'y Kirk The close of a busy and tedious rush week saw Alpha Sigma Alpha with seventeen new pledges who, along with the actives, soon began making "Ravenburgers" in preparation for Homecoming. Betty Kirk was honored as an attendant in the vie for Homecom- ing queen. Just before Thanksgiving, the Alpha Sigs held their annual Snowball Formal in the little theater of the Civic Audi- torium. Singing Bee practice occupied many second semester nights and near the end ofthe year. a spring formal was held. Girls who were honored during the year were Pat Kramm, Belva Ames, Judy Teichgraeber, Lila Miller, and Pat Swiercinsky, who were listed in Who's Who. Pat Kramm was also pledged to Xi Phi. Scholarship Trophy Winners Ruth Rice ee- . U 3? M gm, 114 Pat Swiercinsky H , K "" Carol Switzer tb ' ,JLA Judy Teichgraeber ' li, 'gy' Joann Ritter f nv, S - . .J 1- ww Belva Ames Alice Bailey Virginia Bohn Carolyn Briix Jo Buchman Frankie Clennan Janet Cline Jean Davis Mary Alice Deputy Blanche Dunshee Joellen Elliot 51 an 5 i 1 I L V jg - A my A ,,,,E,: .. V. L ,:, ,,,, M...-x 6 f 'ai N, "f ,f All uf, A AE2- ,, J Y 1 i X ii AX -1 A S f 1 '- za R H aaiia J 5 'x L xx A :A A, e Annette Follett Pat Hayes Phyllis Jensen Nancie Karolik ef sQ.,,-J . is 6 :a QQ esii A' ...,-x A Na""' 3, SRG f-, MXN .Ax A ' 1 1 X1 ' --Q... 'K ,i,,k,:,hV KA ,,,...,,, , K I-754 AWA , S, N. -.W . 456 vm F ..v.. , A fog ,Q ,M ff, fa , fa, J , 4 K A f L I Z5 -A is '-R .T . 'W . ' M we .rw s 'am ,595 W' a.. gg . i -i 5,3 .11 as 3 Mary Keating ,N f 72,7 ml Betty Kirk em E213 ,M Pat Kramm V .ee A 'vgyf X f T 'fl Nadine Kreigh " Q qw A I 4 Ruth Lane -5 'J 1, is A Margaret Lynch ' Q-X K A L A X V A J Marilyn McGill A 'A A A Ceorganna Miller s x gn ,cg Lila Miner 1- x 'W 3 RM. 3 5 IL A ' Jo Markley :Si A . ,Q ix 6' Phyllis Markley is 'gi 1 Helen Naylor fn, TJ 2 1 A S L id L lx f Carol Park Lela Phillips Kay Pogue Jean Pykiet Pat Rarig Shirley Sanner Norma Sharp Jo Sisson Ruth Staton Lelia Stohr Marilyn Tweedy Jerri Wall Elaine Warren Pat Warta Sonya Woten Housemother Ruby Miller V... la. Card sharks at work lsn't love grand? - 4 l E .:K,, -.-.,.. r a Q t V ,N 4 f. T t if ' -W , ,. ,M 2 , s ff x ', ' , 2 ti va ik -v A A Pledge duties? OFFICERS President .,................................ Madalyn Schmidt Vice-President ........ .................. B etty Lewick Secretary ............. .......,,........ T wila Anderson Treasurer .......... ....... M ary Jane Quaintance After a busy rush week and gaining twenty-seven new pledges, Alpha Sigma Tau members settled down to studies and making plans for Homecoming, They received a second place plaque for Homecoming decorations with the theme of "Raven hitchhiking back to St. Benedict's." Marge Henson was an honored attendant to the Homecoming Queen. The Alpha Sigma Tau District Con- vention was held in Missouri during the month of November. Soon after Homecoming, the Alpha Tau members enjoyed a lovely Christmas formal with the theme of "Frosty Frolicf' A gala in- formal Christmas party was also held during December. Arneida Gunier was crowned "queen" at the Sig Ep formal. Second semes- ter proved to be very busy with Singing Bee practice. af 'Wk JK Jewlene Hurst K W Shirley Kruckenburg cali ,C-f R, is Norma Neff 'R 1 A Y New ,N 5 lg,,"" Barbara Neidig Q tg l Kathy O'Donnell 'Q " T "ui "-Q Mardelle Opperman 'V' SX, . ., Myrna Robrahn it xv Q Marge Rogers Zh ,R 'R is - A Bonnie Sanford , - - .... we - Madalyn Schmidt wg- ,1 g ferns, - . ...A asa- :. WT' 2 ii 29 ll g 'Q' Any ' ww- J l Q 'W Ev Q Q XM ff- X .nh Q .P K A' 'vu l tk an rr, -in , xg' A if Y 1-,. M 1'.':- :IV """' Tx K vm sr' b f 11, if. Jo Anne Elliot Shirley Farmer Janet Fisher Rodnee Fisher Marilyn Foraker Rosalie Cibbens Arneida Gunier Marian Haag Rachel Hawk Marjorie Henson Sally Irving Jo Jensen 5 VV, sei' - .Q 3 -w-. W I '54 Y' if lill fl, gif, 'M t SE I 'Q 9 f i ,'ii " A , A I 2 umm ' llll' QE -5.5 gf M' li ,Q 1 A' A Sw Y' 1'-S4 ff isi, V' Qx 1 fx gg M A s, , M - C J ,Y fx., . V My , V ll J 2' q C f. or -'fr 4, an M sel, '-'T 2, -2+ iiisil, li Y wi slsi . 1 qi Yil sir' J i lri . June Anderson Kay Anderson Twila Anderson Elaine Barb Pat Belfield Lila Bell Jeannine Bliss Phyllis Boaz Mary Jane Botterweck Carolyn Carmichael Nancy Carson Rachel Crawford Nancy Crebo Connie Diller Beverly Dillman Camille Dolsky Lee Draper Peggy Eckles 'ik gg 4 K. f-.Ay 'fx' 'bww ,sgi wg , Y ' 45:2 J., I :eff C - ITN .1vs Civ Y? .N n as gg " 28 'Wm A.. y : Vg-'Vi 5 M iz: ,, H . ah 1 K 'ff - 'fzvrzs ' A W 5 ms Arveta Jo Leiss Betty Lewick Betty Lonsinger Carol Mackay Patsy Mason Pat Morgan . '75 .qw Marilyn Cpperman Cam- Pope Mary Powell Cheryl Purkey Mary Jane Quaintance Gwen Rawlings Charlene Schul Mary Slauffer Loo Lee Stotts Jody Warren Jane Youle Nancy Ziegler E ina- 4- - X. .fi ,, Ng. srs sw Why aren't you dancing? OFFICERS President ........................................ Phyllis Gould Vice-President ......... ........ C arolyn Swartz Secretary .,.,,.,,,,,,, ........... J uanita Esch Treasurer ..,,...,.. ....... S haron Winters Rushing through an "Indian Summer," members of Delta Sigma Epsilon wound up with twenty-two wonderful pledges. Work soon began on "Toot, Toot, Raven, Goodbye," which was the theme for Homecoming decorations. Perhaps the biggest thrill came when Donna Cromwell was crowned Homecoming queen. Many of the girls assisted with Curli-Q, and .lan Lehman and Betty Jo Clover displayed dramatic ability in the December pro- duction of "A Christmas Carol." Early in November, the Delta Sigs had their pledge formal with "Autumn Nocturne" as the theme. Election returns showed Annasteen Nelson as President ot the Freshman Class, Betty Fick as Vice-President ot the Junior Class, and Sharon Winters as junior representative to Student - Open mouth, insert hand Council. Also, Betty Fick and Sharon Winters were included in Who's Who, and Sharon Winters was pledged into Xi Phi. Housemother Florence Yearout r-.. r""--Q CJ' ,, ,,, Q .IQ. fi 134 G . -'.. - is , ' he sf, ,J fl N. ,I 'xi 4,., M ,L an-X' ,,. a J J it W 'MN g k., - .I K Q Q B M- v " J, ii i "' 4,21 an L Q' 'fm wg R eeei A l G J . eeiiie R-fi io' 1'- ii Lew in .V lgrr LL 5 YY! in if- f-rs, 39544 lb' KLVV gg, 11' ' - gi ' 'I ., ol.. Donna Bell Patricia Bergerhouse Janet Bond Nancy Brinker Donna Cromwell Delores Dresker Juanita Esch Betty Fick Herma Gerber Phyllis Gould Betty Jo Glover Ginger Green Jeris Hale Carolyn Hanson Marilyn Hanson Janis Henning Anita Hess Sally Hull Glenda Huston Jacqueline lsom Kathleen Knapp Kelsay Lamb Jan Lehman Dorothy Libben Beth Lynch Shirley McKinley Phyllis Moore Bertella Mushrush Annasteen Nelson Connie North Dorothy Ready Barbara Redman Winona Reed Marilyn Ross Marilyn Schoonover Carolyn Swartz Shirley Temple Sharon Winters 622. .1 r N 4 , V ' Q -ol ff , f Q K HQ L ia, W , sc' y ' l 5 LR :W 5 K . , -f . fi' sa to f , ea , A quiet evening at home OFFICERS President ,....,.............................. Merriam Wilson Vice-President ...... .,........,......,. N orma Pohl Secretary ............ .................. J oyce Grieder Treasurer ......... ......... C lovice Christensen After becoming established in their new home, members of Pi Kappa Sigma traveled to "Exotic Places" with their rushees and landed back in Emporia with a pledge class of six. The mem- bers illustrated "Hornets Points a Plenty" for the alums and treated them to a buffet supper on Homecoming Day. Also, Mer- riam Wilson was an honored attendant to the Homecoming queen. ln November, the pledges entertained the actives at an informal party, "With an Autumn Flavor." Although busy with Y-Sing, Pi fu Kappa Sigma took time out for a Christmas breakfast and gift ex- lw' change. After participating in the Singing Bee, the girls relaxed at their annual Dinner Dance and entertained their parents during Parents Day in May. lrene Anders was elected Vice-President of the Sophomore Class and Merriam Wilson served as senior repre- sentative to the Student Council, The year closed with the annual Afl'2"'dl""e' 5008529 "Sunflower-Singing" Picnic. Housemother Burg Need help' lrene? QP M Irene Anders Jo Berends Clovice Christensen Ruth Crosby Margaret Fowler Bonnie Fritz Joyce Grieder Betty King Louise Kuhn Clara Nonaka Barbara Odgers - Mary Frances Overfield Norma Pohl Sylvia Rasmussen Jean Rust Q 8 L A -Q ...Q 5 , an l 37 - 4 i': hae ,,. I 1 I l VV'V New L-I 'W .,,.,, ' X' . i'i it 5' -N . f, vt ig ' - ,,,, ,M A ww, 1--, V", . ' Q I I A Vi: 4: ,'.: A J J Q XXX 1 A coed's room--complete with a menagerie 'ssiss Q J vz 8 . Q Jean Stine Joyce Watts Merriam Wilson 'x x vx, x, ts ' an X 1 4.8 K 5 Interesting ph one 6 ,wc Queen of the pledges Jump-in' Jack V Q . . 1 e . T, ' 4 A 1. -' l - l , i A Y . 'if S g . tr 692232221 . 5, ' .A A .. Q '-'z Housemother Alice Sullivan OFFICERS President ...................................... Barbara Baker Vice-President ....... ....... M ary Keith Riegle Secretary ..............,........................... Lorna Smith Treasurer .................................. Mona Dee Peters Sigma Sigma Sigma started the fall semester with rush week activ- ities which triumphed in gaining twenty-eight new pledges. With the hustle and bustle of Homecoming, the Tri Sigs welcomed back many alums to which they proudly displayed the first place plaque awarded for Homecoming decorations with the theme "I Hornet, Take Thee Raven." Martha Dwelle was an honored attendant of the Homecoming queen. The annual Soc-Hop was held at the house, and was followed by the winter formal, "The Crystal Ball," which was planned by the pledges. The girls pro- moted the Christmas spirit through their annual formal Christmas dinner and gift exchange. The final highlights of the year were the informal lawn-party and the spring formal. The year brought a number of honors to members of Sigma Sigma Sigma. Pledged to Xi Phi was Barbara Baker and listed in "Who's Who" were Barbara Baker and Mary Keith Riegle. ss. Thelma Kapfef .lg ia.. H1 Jean Lane 'Q' ' H Z . , f Jolene Pinder ' we 1 '-.4 w Carolyn Platt 5 fl A Q' X 122 Janet Slocombe 393 if X . .g 'C' Lorna Smith aw, MM This I n . . ,Pr -fr Jane Axcell 1 M m S in 5 11. ,lW- J N - V 'N Barbara Baker S y J a W'-, A ,L , gf- 'Wal Barbara Baltz V Qty f New ' gy - A 'iw Glenna Bonnell A All J - Betty Breukelman L A ls. A . L A X A . - K L Merrillyn grooks , ,Q ' A ' ' Eileen Cannon -5 ,, V fa? 4. 'J V . ,, V, sa Jean Clawson 'H J 1-. V fr V a carol Clowe ,rri' X Virginia Coil iiii V V it Mary Ellen Cowley X lk A ie 5 K ii r L A E J al MM CO' S y Martha Dwelle at ...Q V' ' SEQ, 6- V V iv, , V Doris Edwards Q ' V l - NZ 'izy VV' V' 'W in Pat Evans -V a,,,,,xV 'V Z VV VA. V , Betty Fankhauser - W W . b:.k : . ., Mary Ann Fulton iniaaaia 'iir J ii S is irit , Jane caff r. L L ' L A V l 1 Marion Haskell - V ,gy 17 S sandra Hedrick S qj I L A Ann Hoffmans l A 5 L ' 3 Nadine Horseman ' 'V E Maxine Hubbard 1 X Sharon Huenergardt " . l L' l Claragene Johnston 3 N193 - Mary Alice Jones 2' - i Virginia Holdren V V . . 1 V. Pattie Hunt Ruth Huston Ann King a it y n QX L Alk Ll Li ELJ KK .Vaa X it V J V M 6 a W l F Fl A llli in its J J J S V ,J , V' ,. Ii :Jr It V,- V' J, J J la S x ll l'llJ1l J aaaa 1 JJJ JJ J ul! - -'ff'.,,,::a.aa K o , , ,' ,fliqg .,a,, . ,..., W. a,a-': --1... az .L ..a, Q,-, K, X., : liz-z Wi E , s Rae McBratney Pat McClanahan Marcia Maxwell Carole Moore Mona Dee Peters Drusilla Piatt Mary Keith Riegle Margaret Rose Janice Sauder Dona Seacat Jerry Shaw Carol Sisson Pat Sutton Mardell Taylor Jerrianne Thornburgh Phyllis Utterbach Carole Williams Nelda Windsor 6 tx L 1 Housemother Maude Cheal FSA R lv We should be studying . . . OFFICERS President ........................,............. Jerry Williams Vice-President .............................. Herbert Small Secretary ............ ............ J im Downs Treasurer ........ ........ C erald Saunders After completing a very successful rush week with the pledging of twenty-four men, Alpha Kappa Lambda started off their sixth year on the E-State campus. They went on to tie for first place with Sigma Tau Gamma in the vie for Homecoming decorations. The pledge formal in December was the major social event of the year. With the theme of "Three Coins in a Fountain," the pledges produced a formal they were proud of. Richard Hawk edited the Bulletin, and many other AKL's were active in campus leadership organizations. The first floor of the chapter house was redecorated by the pledges as part of their "Help Week" program. Second Nggf semester saw the members planning for the Singing Bee. The "Go to Hell With AKL" party and a spring formal highlighted the close of another school year. The after Will she go? vga ' l L 1 jj .J -3. g r? QI: . -Q '- in L 1 A ll A A AN my i, ff , ei Q3 Ja S I orsrs F 7 R 341, L Q RL his. - 7 3 'wh A M, 'W' f my 1 , , ws t i -.,,. A L .L , .as rr 5 ,gi A Q rf 43-gg 41 1 -5, Km , VV Q- - 5 , , 14 L3 ffiV '73F-YSL F' M 3 1 to , , 1- E-W - .N N: 'I AL J , am J f 74 f- ,V sa- fs., 9 ' "' ff M- Lira lin Jim Mathews Richard Markham A. V. Morgan Leonard Navrat Dale Pohl Lon Richards Louis Robinson Gerald Saunders Herbert Small John Westerman Jon Wilhife Jerry Williams David Aiken Gene Anderson Bruce Baker Bob Bonar Clayton Carlson Jim Downs Steve Durner Eldon Evans Franz Frederick Francis Gangle Leland Gassert Max Gile Ed Grafke John Gragg Carl Harter Gerald Haxton Loren Haxlon Richard Hawk Robert Hudson Clair Hutchinson Don lngwerson Bill Liggetf Evan Lindquist Ronald McChristy Jerry Mallow Ns ,, gnfza A: ff A .., 'rr ' :M A A- A in , A X 1' , li, af 'fyeh Q., gs ,M ,,, 55- Q., gr ,-q..-- 4' I ,. l . s ' W Q lf., 'ir' 4 'fl L 5' F7 4' 'M H k 3 in 'f 2' RV K 4 ,b K K Housemother Gilbert Working their way through college Studying, Bob? OFFICERS President ............................................ Bill Dudley Vice-President .............................. Bruce Bowman Secretary .............. ........... B en Macha Treasurer .,..,..... .,..,,.,.. ...,.......... J o hn DeHoff A dance started rush week for Phi Sigma Epsilon and at its close eighteen new men were pledged. Homecoming soon followed but the Phi Sigs were ready with a "Raven Ceme tery." ln December, a Christmas party was held and gifts were given to the children of two needy families. After Christmas vacation, the pledges went to work on their for mal, "Serenade in Blue." Informal parties were held at the house after basketball games and in February, the National Founder's Day of Phi Sigma Epsilon was observed. The Phi Cramming? Sigs were again very active in intramurals. Aside from sports the Singing Bee took many hours of practice and planning And of course, no year would be complete without the Farm er's Ball .being held annually in the spring. Another tall tale? lr ,,.1. wr- rw' 3- 'UR it I Lag Q l as ' H E 'Y ll l ' J we lsffisf E Y' m no i .L r y L A , . f flu L 51" rw 'uma fra 'W K' wir, ,,,, nr, .. M. it if 1 ., L if F 1 ii. 'ii Q.. ' if W F ' as 'QPR .r,-1.Ksl -'er' fi. . Qu. 4 F29 , 'F 1211522--s , 33. V WL- 351- '. Mac Homan Larry Howard Jim Jensik Dean Lemmon Jim Lyons Richard Lyster Duane Allen Kerns Allen Richard Bannister Gene Bloxom Bruce Bowman Jim Brandt Ron Chambers Merrill Deck John DeHoff Bill Dudley Ted Evans Keith Funk Gerald Godfrey Bob Hermes Al Holderman r .5 l. , ,ga gf! if 'W-. X -...J wx.- 'Y' ' ih i' i . A l G r me Cl 'Nw ar i ,s ' bu. 3 -fn... x L Sri" . . 1.-Q... ,V-,-N, 'KQV ' we s.,. P K 4855 Ben Macha I 'U ... 11 0 4, Dick Nangle C ,V A y Lee Newton ' ' ,, Y' mi E . ' ' if L i ' . V ' Q su a , ' Tom Northrop 'Q ff Q Q I Ray Payton Q ""' jf-A I Nick Perikli Q v 'ZZ' JT: V"-T7 y J K l 5 X il 'Qi 5? 'T Floyd Quincy uf? 'Q' Art Ridgway ' Steve Sanders H ' K7 'gf Bob Schaulis Joe seine - Richard Van Valkenburg 3394: ? ' . ql . sf li: 'is :Ni xi Ben Wegley John Wiebe Darrell Whistler 4... - 1 ling.,-1' Inf, Congratulations, Bob! .-.iifi Never too old ,gl , 1. ,,'V i , K S ,t x 1 .ma l ' , 1 Q , l . -:T :V - , ,ff n filly X few- Housemother West OFFICERS President .............................................. Jim Sharp Vice-President ,..,...................... Stanley Marshall Secretary ...,...... ...... D elton Hodgson Comptroller ........ . . . ........... Bob Seider Forty returning members of Sigma Phi Epsilon started off a good year by pledging thirty-one men. To close rush week, the members and rushees enjoyed a good old fashioned hay- ride. Homecoming brought many alums back to Emporia Kto view Homecoming decorations. "Saint Peter and the Devil" was the theme carried out by the Sig Eps. Halloween brought on a "Witches Convention" and in December Arneida Cunier was crowned queen at the annual pledge formal. During the second semester, many hours of practice were spent in prep- aration for the Singing Bee. Representing the Sig Eps in cam- pus politics were Larry Wall and Jim Crawford on the Stu- dent Council and Jim Sharp co-chairman of the United Stu- dents party. The Sig Eps were active in intramurals during the year and went on to win first place in intramural foot- ball. The annual Colden Heart's Ball in the spring brought to a close another successful school year for Sigma Phi Ep- silon. Hard-working treasurers K. - PCR 'ww V,-" S ""'-www i . i wk --,..,,,a,,.....,,,,,,, i Qs' 54" ,' i 5' 4 , :fue 'H I xg - . fgfzggvi 1 X-'Tk , ' J H , ' Nwweftif'sfffaewatzfgjaxr ' f, N, A V P - l I :M ....,,, i, X .. en-ev r, ian., x ,L .rig he 9 ii lf x J, , A, L :1,, ' 'Uv ir. ' . 'Ir :fm K ', is. 1 f ,gag ,,. fl, , y c , 4: ea-.. , W' z f-.. -.,.,..fAllllz?,ie ,,.,. ,. K -l 'QQ L R Jig it-Il" K xc ' A ka A ff ' 4: ' rf? Q, Qi, do in K .V V ., ees, , V-ill K iffy Q' K' 9' Q oh K L gi ,gi G, "" K' cc, , it '53 Al rr' as 4' L i 'bn Wi x X L i ..: LL lrzallw ,, ae, 4 l 4. . QW L X Al -if Li 1' 'Y John Jenkins John Kaeckell Herb Lane Gerald Lillian Don McCowan Duane Mclieevar Stanley Marshall Edward Nicklaus John Noonan Dick Overfield Robert Paige Richard Post lg- '35 are ae. T Ny-f..a Mu. LX E 'B I A. Jack Anderson Dick Armstrong Jim Armstrong Don Blaylock Joe Brown Terry Chamberlain Bob Cook Jim Crawford Adlore Denning Carroll Denning Dick Dupont Lawrence Eudaley Al Glaser Melvin Goetz Robert Hall Jim Hayes Keith Hiesterman Carl Hoffmans sr if Q in wp- E in it F' V- , if s . . f ' A A AL S? 1 in fl' lg' Q I, ,. k'i: Gene Pingel Erwin Peterson John Powell Karl Powell Randall Reeves Philip Rogers John Rose Robert Scheibe Robert Seider Jim Sharp Glenn Smith lvan Smith Robert Smith Jack Taylor Larry Wall Jim Warren Wayne William: Ed Wrench 'US . .Ka Y. BL ry, Q . 'N 1 -N , 4. Ah., 65' Q. .. Y' ,.:. , 4' fi in-A ii 531 s 9' Growing boys must eat Don't let the stars get in your eyes was Housemother Newton OFFICERS President ...................................... Kenneth Perry Vice-President ........... ....... R ay Kolling Vice-President ............... ........ J erry Kelly Recording Secretary ......... ........... M ax Seacat Treasurer ........................................ Earl Freeksen After a busy rush week, twenty-nine new men were wearing the pledge pin of Sigma Tau Gamma. Many alums returned at Home- coming to see their active chapter tie for first place in Homecom- ing decorations with the theme of "Hail Conquering Hero," In December, the Sig Taus and their dates danced to the theme of "Stairway to the Stars" at the annual pledge formal. The Sig Taus were top contenders in the intramural program during the year. They were coached and managed by Dick Stauffer and Ronald Larkin, The annual White Rose Formal and "Forty-niners" party followed the Singing Bee and completed what was considered a very eventful year. On campus the Sig Taus were active with Sam Hart, President of the Sophomore Class, George lvlarstall, Presi- dent of the Junior Class, and Jim Johnson, sophomore representa- tive to the Student Council. Stan Roth Ronnie Rowe Leroy Schelske Max Seacat Jerry Trowbridge Carlie Trower Fred Updergraff Dick Utter George Ma rsta ll Jerry Miller in i' f"t WR re j fi 2 i eio W x. 17' A A ' faux Q. -nun " '- , w-, ia A-Q A .+L 'wav K :L L AL by , L. as as f , r4l'S i s-'Q-L 61 Qi gs. is A, V -SL' iiiii F W A K . 5' iiisl 'A '57 1, rm , A -'Y ff- : . u ik L IL rl- at mm. , A fx. 1, J ., V or J, ry it . . qu ffl its ffl 9 ar 're M i 3,3 1'. . 5 5' w f F 1Q L ' gl iffy' iii 'Koi A ll Al 4-. 1. ', . .. ,, x F F W ' t Y Q : ii -I i Va' 1 'Q fax- .3. , Bob Hawk Charles Hobbs Larry Hoover Jim Johnson Tom Johnsten Jerry Kelley Ray Kolling Ronald Larkin Rodney Lewis Maior Lincoln Richard McClain Fred Madaus 4 Ci qt 4 4 5 ' fa i K l a n Paul Atkins Tom Beattie Phil Berg Dick Brown Bob Browne Charles Buckley Bob Burns Don Coffee Joe Carothers Eugene Decker Lowell Deines Dean Dempsey Delbert Dupont Stan Findley Bob Ford Earl Freerksen Darrell Gregory Sam Hart f r a' AL 'iv E B ,gmc x S Cs S fi' M L Q' ' 1- ff I fl 3 if 9' a 4+- -W .,. if . Q V' 5 L -'11 fe Duane Mihter Dwight Parry Russell Priestly Bob Ragan Lee Ramsburg Edward Rawley Kay Shank Miles Sheffler Ron Slaymaker Dick Stauffer Walt Thomas Bob Trager Fred Van Buren Bob Vershelden Bob Walker Parks Wallace Bruce Whitney Mike Wineteer . . ,, 3 ry 0 ""' 5 'W M Housemother Florence Lesh Ladies Aide -4. Those final exams OFFICERS President .......................................... Arliss Burns Vice-President ......... ....... D ale Veach Secretary ............... .......... B ob Grundy Treasurer .......................................... Jack Fiedler The close of rush week saw Tau Kappa Epsilon with twenty new pledges to help prepare for Homecoming. Tau Kappa Epsilon took second place for house decorations with the theme of "Quoth the Raven, Nevermoref' The annual Bowery Party was held at the house and Betty Kirk, a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha, was crowned Bowery Queen. On Friday afternoons, coffee hours were enjoyed by sorority girls. This practice was initiated on the cam- pus by the Tekes. The spring semester brought the Singing Bee and the Salad Slide, which is a formal dinner and dance. Members who were active in campus organizations this year included Mah- lon Porter, President of the Senior Class: Dave Blackim, Secre- tary-Treasurer of the Freshman Class: and Jack Fiedler, Vice- President of Student Council. 1' Singing in the bathtub VMS' Rl' g ,fr 1 i N 'Wi t K ,-. .. i xl lf. gi: fm sg 3 gig 1' 'Q 'F' A ,,L' K ' Al - L L- ZA 'L .L .l - '-Jw ,ix 1 N. ef fi 'lg 'WL ,A 7 -if 5, X rg fm Jn' 1 lx 5. F 'ae 4 K . tw' Nr K ll 'Q' F L i K' H 'vb, Viztlff KKK:" - L. . mx h ". X W, L " an ' L V L, L l , .,.,g- , 'W 4? ff ua pan f an as 'Y ,S -L ' gg r Q T L is L. 1- "'i..., iim ,L ' 'ra 1 iii'-nf M X' h.. A AS.. Al 4 This is the Bowery Party? 133 Mahlon Porter Fred Reed Jack Sutton Mike Trout Virgil True Dick Turner Dale Veach Warren Wegley Charles Whitsen Tom York Dave Blackim Delbert Buclcbee Arliss Burns Erik Conrad Sieve Dellinger Don Dunning Ray Evans Ward Fagerquist Jack Fiedler John Fraser Bob Grundy Wayne Hoobler Larry Johnson Kerry Lafferty Bob Lambert Ted Lloyd Douglas Murphy Bob Pierce Q- uWs.5T:' 5 72 gr G58 r . f Q X '. '81 Q.-., ' Lv Q ii za- ,F N . 1 1 5' Qhkg vw-.E '52 f "hm ,,. i is 'L 4 1 "'- ,Q - by ,, as Let's dance i" "': ,Qs Party, party . . . -A Q V' as ' vw" sowawf ww' 134 1,f,,,y S. I 4' 7-aus Cave man style 39x66 KJ X' V7 CN- Y' P First Row: Lila Lee Budge, Beverly Lambert, Jo McRae, Melba Ernst, Nadine Mays, Joyce Holdsworth, Dorothy Martin. Second Row: Beverly Casteel, Joyce Davidson, Yvonne Anderson, Barbara Anderson, Arlyce Mays, Betty Truelove, Barbara Moore, Helen Burch, Beverly Alleman, Esta Lee Mapes. Third Row: Gwen Larson, Sharon Swart, Joyce Miller, Shirley Bartel, Theresa Wendling, Juanita Spencer, Glenna Brock, Pat Habig, Jean Oltmanns, Delores Block, Lois Erickson, Virginia Crowley. Winnetaska, social organization for independ- ent women, sponsored a back-to-school, get- acquainted party to begin the year's social events. After having picnics, and holding open house for Mu Epsilon Nu's and AKL's, it was time to decorate for Homecoming. With the front entrance of the campus as a courtroom. the Winnies had the Ravens and the Ravin' Coach on trial before Corky and the Queen. All the Sadies and their catches turned out to dance, play cards, drink kickapoo joy juice, and eat preserved turnips at the traditional Dogpatch Party. For Christmas, the Winnies were busy practicing tor the Y-Sing and pre- paring toys to be given to the State Orphans' Home in Atchison. With the coming of spring came the Puff Pam Prom, a members only, costume party. Dressed as couples, each two- some had to decide which of the tems would wear the trousers. OFFICERS President ....,,,.......,........................... Melba Ernst Vice-President .,......... ..... J oyce Holdsworth Sec retary-Treasurer ....... ............... J 0 McRae Social Chairman ................ ..... B everly Lambert had Conducting, Joyce? WIlllllll'l'A KA Q First Row: Gene Dochow, Charles Gilbert, Wilmer Harvey, W. H, Gray, Cecil Bradley. Second Row: Jim Monroe, Clarence Linsey, Charles Campbell, Dick Robson, George Crawford, Charles Maier, Leslie Elliott, Robert Engle, Wayne Childs, Charles Schaefer. President ........ Vice-President Secretary ............. .... Treasurer .............. .... OFFICERS Dochow ..............................Charles Maier .....Jim Monroe Wayne Childs Somebody lost count N f Mrs. B. Cameron -- N N- .... Mu Epsilon Nu, independent men's frater- nity, had an Open House Party for their first social event of the year. The Dogpatch Party found members and their dates in all sorts of costumes, ranging from Daisy Mae to cow- boys and Indians. At Homecoming time, Si- lent Joe rang again for the lvlu Eps. They con- structed a replica of the bell tower and the football stadium. The strains of the alma ma- ter were heard from a P. A. system. Archie San Romani was the honored guest at the Homecoming Buffet Supper for alums. Spe- cial guests from South America, who attend lvl. U., were honored, also. Second semester found the Mu Eps having a smoker for all independent boys on the E-State campus. The Mu Eps sponsored an independent student formal near the end of the academic school year. Fl' lL0lll lllll EP lL0 Pl Tilll OFFICERS President .................................. ......... 0 tto Fuls Secretary-Treasurer ......... ..,..... J ohn Couch All together once again Epsilon Pi Tau, honorary industrial arts frater- nity, struggled along this year with a very small membership. Again, they made scholarship plaques for the every-pupil scholarship contest. The members traveled to Pittsburg to attend the Four State Regional Industrial Arts Confer- ence, Epsilon Pi Tau set an example for other organizations as it made plans for a scholarship fund. On the basis of performance, two high school seniors interested in industrial arts will be selected to receive scholarships to E-State. The scholarship fund will be maintained by Ep- silon Pi Tau. First Row: Harold Woods, Elbert Barnhart, Clayton Carlson. Second Row: Otto Fuls, Dale Hogan, Norman Ashbaugh, John Couch, if sm-Q' m'Vigi:: V i llllllli ll HALL Mother Finkbiner INA 5 Mother Conwell OFFICERS President .................................... Lovella Kuepker Vice-President ........ ....... G lenna Cooper Secretary .............. ........... B etty Cott Treasurer ............... ......... O Ilie Boltin Social Chairmen ........ .......... S hirley Haley Kala Kirkpatrick lntramurals ................... ........ S ally Ashcraft Publicity Chairman ...... ...... P auline Craig Song Leader ............. ......... F ran Best The meeting of old friends and making new ones began the excitement of dormitory life again this fall. The parties, floor meetings, room inspections, and nightly gab sessions were all important parts of dormitory life. Activities began with Morse Hall Open House, an informal party for the men on the campus. Open House was held on two evenings: all fraternity men were invited one evening, and ln- dependents, the other. After a tour through the dormitory, the girls entertained their guests with social dancing, cards, and a program in the recrea- tion room. Sophisticated Swing was the theme of the fall formal. The girls and their dates danced to the music of the Counts. Homecoming time was a very busy time, when Morse Hall entertained one hundred overnight guests. The girls also claimed second place on Homecoming decorations. The spring season was welcomed with the spring formal and an informal party. A formal Senior Banquet hon- oring girls about to graduate brought the year to a memorable close, First Row: Pauline McCready, Barbara Circle, Mary Maloney. Second Row: Pat Johnston, Shirley Bobek, Anita Krehbiel, Betty Kelley, Norma Bynum, Nadine Hinckley, Patricia Davis, Sook Young Yang, Fay Pletcher. Third Row: Alberta Anderson, Dorellis Brown, Joan Colvin, Mary Ann Raven, Nancy Lollar, Jane Anderson, Arlyce Mays, Christa Thompson, Sally Ashcraft, Lea Baker, Mary Jeppesen, Betty Cott, Doris Riggs, Shirley Walker, Sandra Stieben. L .l ' ,M ,,. 4 First Row: Sharon Swart, Chrys Angersbach, Drusilla Piatt. Second Row: Daisy Kinoshita, Joann Ritter, Betty Clark, Dolores Diel, Jeris Hale, Gwen Larson, Carol Garinger, Fay Kuhner, Marianne Smith, Third Row: Virginia Wingo, Janet Ott, Glenna Brock, Jane Cox, Nancy McGee, Lois Goucher, Sylvia Jones, Wanda Johnson, Annasteen Nelson, Jacqueline lsom, Rae Barackman, Carol Park, B. J. Burns, Pat Funnell, Berdeen Bauck, Wanda Lauppe, Charlotte Hutchcraft. First Row: Nancy Altman, Glenna Pumrnill, Yvonne Anderson, Ruth Lane, Beverly Alleman, Second Row: Grace Davis, Kay Pogue, Carol Stansbury, Geraldine Mooneyham, Chrys Angersbach, Carol Swonger, Marilyn Seaton, Beth Lynch, Anita Hess, Nelda Windsor, Mary Ann Fulton. Third Row: Betty Thomas, Barbara Price, Nancy Barnes, Marilyn Ross, Mary Jane Zavesky, Phyllis Rexroad, Gladys Holt, Bonnie Sanford, Elaine Barb, Shirley Winkler, Janice Blum, Winona Reed, Joan Pelton, Ruth Swearingen, Martha Manning, Janis Rogers, Lelia Stohr, First Row: Mary Lou Heydecker, Virginia Dillon, Nina Merrifield. Second Row: Florene Snell, Glenna Cooper, Pauline Craig, Jo Berends, Marilyn Halley, Lois James, Lorene Shogren, Janet Haney, Eleanor Bohn, Nellie Rost, Sally Hall, Sally Ackerson, Joanie Lollar, Noriko Ohama, Joyce Weston, Edyra Sears, Kathleen Wilson, Beverly Weir, Carol Gamble, Shirley Haley, Lovella Kuepher, Ollie Bolton, Fran Best, Clare Rundell, Bonnie Hartley, Kathryn Willhaus, Mary Phillips, Kola Kirkpatrick, Hoori Besharat, 7 ' i ..- .41-L lt ' First Row: Donna Stephenson, Evelyn Kimzey, Verla Graham, Glennis Uhrich, Donna Minnis, Camille Dolsky. Second Row: Marilyn Foraker, Betty Fankhauser, Mary Powell, Mary Simpson, Christel Day, 'Kathleen Knapp, Carol Wiesedeppe, Judith Holloway, Virginia Meyer, Deanna Cordon, Nancy Nanninga. Third Row: Betty Poe, Betty Ramsey, Bonnie Fritzler, Barbara Neidig, Mary Jones, Sharon Soule, Shirley Barnes, Betty Freiburghouse, Carol Schlesener, Gay Rector, Louise Kuhn, Mary Griffith, Maxie Cox, Virginia Gustafson, Clara Walling, Rose Moore, Barbara Bolton, Nancy Mclntire, Virginia Crowley, l l First Row: Joyce Nakama, Elaine Burns, Barbara Briscoe, Jeannine Downing. Second Row: Betty lngwerson, Laura Grubb, Ardris Pearson, Martha Fitts, Sadaho Umjanoo, Carol Brown, Marbeth Emswiler, Mary Dreitz, Terry Prose, Marilyn Gustin, Charla Childs. Third Row: Dorothy Gale, Frances Cyphert, Caryl Ruckhaber, Catherine Saunders, Cordelia Froetschner, Barbara Motter, Georgia Spencer, Marilyn Patterson, Helen Burch, Delores Dresker, Marian Babcock, Georgia Turner, Catherine Wilson, Edna Quinn, Barbara Moore, Janice Raven, Lorene Partin, Joyce Miller, Carolyn Feldman. First Row: Carlotta Birkhead, Tiajuana Schmidt, Jerrianne Thornburgh, Glenda Huston, Kay Headrick, Shirley Swayze, Jackie Tolman. Second Row: Arneida Gunier, Sally Irving, Sally Miracle, Jo Ann Perry, Helen Cox, Jo Ann Buchman, Gladys Kadoyama, Janice Parker, Blanche Dunshee, Ermil Ott, Patty Harris, Jean Clawson. Third Row: Marilyn Opperman, Jan McGregor, Connie Ford, Donna Buffon, Phyllis Boaz, Kathleen O'DonneIl, Barbara Shoup, Adele Wilkens, JoAnn Elliott, Ginger Green, Elaine Warren, Loalee Stotts, Younce Davidson, Beverly Brown, J. Lynn Borgna, Sylvia Dawson, Sylvia Holt, all L.. -l 'K I B - i Y -IT! . is .i l 8 Q 1 ,Y fr First Row: Carolyn Ozbun, Jerry Shaw, Charlene Schul, Gertrude Gile, Sally Austin, Deanne Beymer. Second Row: Shirley Unruh, Barbara McDonald, Sharon Watkins, Carol Keller, Vera Rudiger, Aiko Kinjo, Beverly Fagg, Connie Tector, Betty King, Charlene Larkin, Jean Ehrhardt, Evelyn Kovar, Eileen Rentfro, Delores Block, Third Row: Linda Ruhnke, Shirley Schwilling, Janice Peters, Dolores Light, Sharon Brewer, Dixie Keefe, Dixie Roecker, Carmen Mueller, Katherine Keller, Kay Notestine, Marjorie Kling, Marilyn Riggert, Shirley Smithson, Doris Edwards, Carol Mackay, Rachel Hawk, Shirley Hoover, Bonita Platz, Rae McBratney, Doris Croendyche, Verda Hotzel, Leva Rodgers. ...-L LAMDDA DELTA LAMBDA Lambda Delta Lambda is for recognition of scholarly attainment in the physical sciences. Activities this year were associated with bi- weekly meetings. Students and faculty gave reports on recent progress in science. LDL sponsored the Science Show which was taken to several high schools as assembly room pro- grams. They, also, sponsored the science show presented at the Emporia Farm and Home Show. Each year, LDL initiates from twelve to twenty pledges, sponsors the alumni group meetings at homecoming time, and formu- Iates an alumni report for consumption of re- cent graduates. New initiates for the fall se- mester were Carl Wisler, Maurice Witten, Wayne Davidson, Jack Ring, Richard Utter, Leroy Schelske, lvan Smith, Ed l-lollar, Rich- ard l-lousely, and Robert Clarke. To each his own OFFICERS President ...................................... Charles Hobbs Vice-President ................................ Dwight Parry Secretary ............ ........... L aura Keele Treasurer ........ ....... C Iaire Schelske First Row: S. W. Cram, lvan Smith, C. Curtis Johnson, Jerry Wilhm, Laura Keele, Ward Overholt, William King, John Couch. Second Row: Dwight Parry, Jack Ring, Leroy Schelske, Maurice Witten, Charles Hobbs, John Burger, Carl Wisler, Claire Schelske, Alvin Rusk, Charles Maier, W. N. Baker. MATHEMATIC ULUB The Mathematics Club employed rec- reational and unusual forms of mathe- matics for its programs. Typical topics for the meetings were oddities of math and grinding telescopic lenses. The an- nual Christmas Darty with a grab bag provided entertainment for all. These topics were presented and demon- strated by Professor Laird and Dr. Peterson. The spring picnic was well attended, as always. Mathematics Club was sponsored by Professors Peterson, Laird and Tucker. OFFICERS President ................................ Robert Chatham Vice-President ,...,. ...... J ames Bishop Secretary ........... ....... E velyn Kovar Treasurer ........ ....... J ohn Goode KAPPA M EP IL Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honor- ary mathematics fraternity. Kansas Beta is one of fifty chapters of Kappa Mu Epsilon in the United States. Meet- ings featured papers by students and faculty along with social activities. In the spring, Kappa Mu Epsilon's bien- nial national convention will be at Ne- braska State Teachers College, Wayne, Nebraska. O. J. Peterson is sponsor of the local chapter, and Charles B. Tuck- er is local corresponding secretary and national president. OFFICERS President .................................. Mary Overfield Vice-President ...... ....... M aurice Witten Secretary ........... ........... L aura Keele Treasurer ......... ....... C Iaire Schelske l , 0 First Row: Charla Childs, Evelyn Kovar, Clovice Christensen Margaret Fowler Laura Keele, Leva Rodgers, Clara Nonaka, Otto Fuls, Second Row O J Peterson L E Laird, C, B. Tucker, John Couch, lvan Smith, Franklin Howell John Myers Keith Syl vester. Third Row: Vernon Sheffield, Dwight Parry, Robert Chatham Mary Overfield Robert Beyer, Wayne James, John Goode, Bob Hudson Fourth Row James Bishop Vern Butler, Alvin Rusk, Maurice Witten, Kenneth Shaw First Row: William King, Claire Schelske, Richard Utter Second Row Maurice Witten John Couch, Mary Overfield, C. B. Tucker, Oscar Peterson Lester Laird Laura Keele Charles Hobbs, Dwight Parry. Third Row: David Cropp Al Rusk Kenneth Shaw Law rence Huntley, Vernon Sheffield, Otto Fuls, Curtis Johnson Jack Ring Don Grimes 144 Front Row: H. A, Stephens, Mac Homan, Harold Davies, Mary Jo Agrelius, D, R. Barb, Shirley Bobek, Herma Gerber, Barbara Baker, F. Agrelius. Second Row: R. L. Coberly, Jerry Wiliam, Carl Prophet, Claire Schelske, Patty Martin, Leroy Schelske, Tom Johnsten, Doris Sparke, John Breukelrnan. OFFICERS President ............. ....................... C laire Schelske Vice-President .......... ...... M ac Human Historian ..................... ........ J erry Wilhm Secretary-Treasurer ...... ..... L eroy Schelske EL IE Pl First Row: Orville Eaton, Virginia Dillon, Inez Cox, Gertrude Lemon, Joyce Weston, Pat Johnston. Carolyn Hanson, Lucille Romereim, Irene Hansen, Mildred Myers, Tom Leonard. Second Row: Ruth lrey, Shirley Wuertz, Mabel Downer, Opal Ziegler, Esther Vander Velde, Barbara Anderson, Leroy Fox, Marjorie Jackson, Dianne Dow, Shirley Bobek, Myrtle Graves, Mary Lou Heydecker, Mary McCormick, Semira Ice. OFFICERS President .............................................. Leroy FOX Secretary-Treasurer ........ Mrs. Lucille Romereim 145 BETA BETA BETA Beta Beta Beta, national honorary biolog- ical fraternity, was a very active organi- zation this year. Two projects included taking the annual mammal census and a Christmas bird census. The members worked many long hours in order to com- pile the censuses. During their meetings. various graduate and senior papers were presented. During December, Audubon screen tours were conducted at Topeka. ln the spring, an outside speaker and the annual picnic brought the academic year to a close. E LIBBABY CLUB The Elsie Pine Library Club is for those who are interested in stimulating and furthering library interests and promot- ing professional growth through fellow- ship. Membership is open to students and faculty in the school of library sci- ence and to the library staff. For their monthly meetings they had picnics, lis- tened to the recording of the opera "Am- ahl and the Night Visitors," and viewed the film "Freedom to Read." Front Row: Karl Bruder, Donna Lou Donnelly, Dolores Light, Millard Denny, Patty Martin, David Parker, Don Hazen, Phyllis Gould, Shirley Temple, Bruce Baker. Second Row: Dave Cropp, Margaret Sue Denniston, Kay Anderson, Janice Sauder, Cal Pritner, Roger Cartmill, Betty Breukleman, Betty Fick, Jan Lehman, Donald Hess. OFFICERS President ...............................,..., Millard Denny Vice-President ........ ........ P hyllis Gould Secretary .............. .,.... J anice Sauder Treasurer ...,................................,.., Betty Fick Historian ................................. ,..Kay Anderson In a hurry, Cal? Variety was the motto of the Emporia State Play- ers this year. A satirical comedy, a musical com- edy, and a new play were presented to Emporians. Emporia State Players, campus theater organiza- tion, is composed of students who have been seen in E-State productions. Admission to the group is by invitation after the student acquires points in acting and production fields. Membership is maintained by participation in one production per semester. Players were also seen this year and in some cases unseen but present in the presenta- tion ot the seventh annual Curli-Q and in the Speech Department production of Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL presented in December. The high point of the year was the annual Speech Awards Banquet in which players were recog- nized for outstanding individual performances. The banquet was the final meeting of the year for the Players. Ellllllllllil TATE PLAYER First Row: C-ail Burns, Dalton Hodgson, Sherry Purkey, Donna Bell, Mary Maloney, Marilyn Schoonover, Virdilee Workman, Allen Bird, Marilyn Hanson, Jim Jones, Chuck Fagerquist. Second Row: Tex Smiley, Joyce Crieder, Shirley Temple, Jeris Hale, Rachel Crawford, Mary Jeppesen, Winona Reed, Jack Perkins, Betty Fick, Bill Meljo, Nan Brinker, Anita Hess, Phyllis Moore, Marilyn Ross, Bob Hermes, Clair Cobb, Allen Clinkenbeard, Dick Nangle. Third Row: Loren Obley, Fred Updegraff, Rae Barackman, Ruth Tucker, Annasteen Nelson, Bob Lambert, Carroll Denning, Karl McDonald, Maurice Boughton, Leslie Elliott, Harold Smith, Charles Gardner, Larry Johnson. Radio Club is designed for use by all stu- dents interested in gaining experience in the field of broadcasting. Through the facilities of KSTE-FM, the campus broad- casting station which broadcasts a daily seven-hour schedule, students participate in dramatic productions, control room procedure, sports broadcasts, script writ- ing, and announcing. A social program is also carried out through club meetings, picnics, and parties. KSTE-FM is staffed completely by students filling positions of manager, program director, production manager, chief engineer, and record li- brarian, as well as the complete announc- ing staff. Tape recorded programs are prepared by the Radio Club for distribu- tion to radio stations throughout the state via the E-State radio network. KSTE-FM is affiliated with the National Associa- tion of Educational Broadcasters lNAEBl Network. Students are also given the op- portunity to join Alpha Epsilon Rho, the National Radio Fraternity, OFFICERS President ........... ............................. B ob Hermes Vice-President ............... ...... R achel Crawford Secretary-Treasurer ........... .......... C heryl Purkey Corresponding Secretary .................... Donna Bell And your announcer is-Bob Hermes llillllll CLUB Y. W. U. il. YWCA welcomed E-State's coeds to a marshmallow roast to get acquainted at the beginning of school. Members of YWCA worked hard in conjunction with YMCA while preparing for the annual Christmas Y-Sing. The Yuletide season brought with it caroling for YW, and the presentation of a basket of food for a lo- cal needy family. In cooperation with the National Organization of YWCA, the group contributed their quota to the YWCA Centennial Fund and also sent two delegates to the National Conference. The YW supported the all-campus Penny Carnival, giving a special emphasis to the World University Service Fund. During the summer, the group will send a dele- gation to the regional conference at Estes Park, Colorado. YWCA girls lounging OFFICERS President ................................ ....... R uth Crosby Vice-President ..... ............. B etty Coit Secretary ........... ......... S hirley Haley Treasurer ....... ...... N ancy Lollar First Row: Ruth Crosby, Virginia Gustafson, Marianne Smith, Joyce Crieder, Joyce Weston, Velma Viets, Lois Erickson, Clara Nonaka. Second Row: Shirley Haley, Florene Snell, Daisy Kinoshita, Florence Tanaka, Jacquelyn Palm, Jan Raven, Joyce Nakama, Jo McRae. Third Row: Mary Ann Raven, Betty Cott, Roberta Cummins, Nancy Lollar, Betty Truelove, Carol Schlesener, Ethel Hansen, Mrs. Williams. First Row: Charles Firth, Dr. Wood, Phil Keller. Second Row: Raymond Sauder, Ernst Sievert, Harry Firth, Carlos Yuja, Ernie Frint. OFFICERS President .......................................... Charles Firth Secretary-Treasurer ...... ....... P hil Keller First Row: Ruth Crosby, Nellie Rost, Dorothy Libben, Pat Swiercinsky, Mary Alice Deputy, Pauline McCready, Dixon Smith, Second Row: Charles Firth, Father Kremer, Harry Firth, Mary Phillips, Marilyn Tweedy, Bob Schiebe, Phil Keller, Rev. Moreland, Rev. Hay. OFFICERS President .................................... Pat Swiercinsky Secretary-Treasurer ..... ...... M arilyn Tweedy 149 Y.M.C.A. Supper meetings of the YMCA were held on alternate Tuesdays. Early in the fall the YMCA sponsored a freshman picnic. At Christmas time the YMCA worked with the YWCA as joint sponsors of the annual Y-Sing, one of YM's most popular events. During the spring, the YMCA actively participated in the Campus Chest Funds drive and in the Penny Carnival. The biggest project that the association undertook was to help raise funds for the World University Serv- ice, an organization that provides relief for col- lege and university students in countries where the students urgently need such assistance. TER-FAITH UUU CIL Representatives of every religious organiza- tion affiliated with the campus comprise the Interfaith Council. ln the fall, the Council sponsored a freshmen convocation. Ministers of the various churches in Emporia were in- troduced to the freshmen. The Council for the first time, tried to correlate the work of the chaplains of the Creek organizations with that of the Council. The religious emphasis week was omitted this year, and a new activ- ity took its place. Instead of bringing speak- ers in for one week, the Council had out- standing speakers at all school convocations during the year. 4'- . l 1 C57 First Row: Marilyn Tweedy, Pat Johnston, Shirley Haley, Betty Kelley, Norma Bynum, Margaret McCracken, Second Row: Karlene Cason, Jim Bishop, Duane McKeever, Moo Sung Pak, Alberta Anderson, Florene Snell, Maxine McFerrin, Betty McWilliams, Charles C-ilbert, D. Wayne James. Wesley Foundation is an organization whose aim is to provide Christian fellowship and growth for the Methodist preference student on the E-State cam- pus. The organization, in its twenty-third year of operation in Emporia, housed its office and most ac- tivities at the First Methodist Church. Rev. Clyde S. Clark, Minister-Director, Miss Karlene Cason, Director of Youth Activities: Mr. Dixon Smith and Mr. Weldon Baker, campus sponsors: and Miss Mar- garet McCracken, Wesley Foundation President, were responsible for the program of Wesley Foun- dation. The program included Bible study, worship, discussions, and social activities. The variety of these activities and the addition of weekday programs were carefully planned to provide the college stu- dent with further opportunity to choose which best suited his needs, interests, and academic schedule. Highlights of the year included the WSCS-Wesley Dinner, Spiritual Life Retreat, Thanksgiving Song Fest, Christmas Dinner, Kansas MSM at Salina, and a senior banquet in the spring. WE LEY llll OFFICERS President ............................ Margaret McCracken Vice-Presidents ........ .......,.. M axine McFerrin Pauline McCready Secretary ............ ......... M arilyn Tweedy Treasurer ........ ...... H elen Klosl-erman U llil'llll UHRlSTlA TUBE T FELLUW HIP Food, fun, and fellowship were shared each Sun- day evening by the members of Christian Stu- dent Fellowship. Topics discussed during the fellowship period were related to Christian liv- ing as it applied to situations common to college students. The presentation of a special Thanks- giving service was one of the annual activities, and at Christmas baskets of food were given to needy children. CSF entertained at the annual Young People's Banquet in the spring. OFFICERS President .................................. Phyllis Roehrrnan Vice-President ............ ............. W anda Pyle Secretary-Treasurer ...... ...... S herrol Selfridge First Row: Pat Swiercinsky, Jerine Heidebrecht, Bonnie Hartley, Phyllis Roehrman, Shirley Bobek, Nellie Rost, Juanita Spencer. Second Row: Rev Hay, Clara Wallen, Carolyn Feldman, Glennis Uhrich, Dixie Keefe, Wanda Pyle, Twila Buffs, Vera Rudeger, Dr. Wood. Third Row: Jimmy Poe, Sam Hofer, Dick Robson, Phil Ferguson, Jim Chambers. PRESBYTEHJA UULLEGE FELLUW HIP i - J i F lifiill First Row: Neal Hafenstein, Leon Lowrey, Rev. Moreland, Bar- bara Sands, Barbara Schafer. Second Row: Albert Peters, Ruth Crosby, Judie Holloway, Ann King, Charlene Foote, Janet Limbach, Harry Herzer. Third Row: Oscar Garcia, Margarita Marroquin, Christina Vialpando, Mabel Downer, Marietta Bir- ney, Judy Rinker, Carolyn Bowen, Velda Beard. Fourth Row: Barbara Holmes, Joe Ortiz, Ann Montgomery, Bill Llewelyn, Steve Dellinger, Jim McMillan. Fifth Row: Bob Scheibe, John Off. The First Presbyterian College Fellowship has students from both C. of E. and E-State. This proved to be an excellent means for the students of the two colleges to have discussions about problems arising on both campuses. Motion pictures during some of their meet- ings and project nights along with their discussion groups meant a full schedule. The Fellowship was host for the Trick or Treat Night for the United Nations' Children's Fund. lt was also co-host for the first con- ference of Kansas Synod's College Age Westminster Fellowship. OFFICERS President .......................................... Bob Scheibe Vice-Presidents ....... ....... C harlene Foote Ruth Crosby Clerk ..............,. ............. J ean Stine Treasurer ...... ....... B arbara Beeson 151 LUTHERA TUDENT ASSUCIATIU The Lutheran Student Association was founded on the E-State campus for the first time this year. Members discussed problems of the day, and how to combat them on the E-State cam- pus. Meetings were held each Sunday evening at the church parsonage. A buffet dinner was given in September to start the year's activities. ln the spring they were hosts to LSA organiza- tions from other Kansas schools. KAPPA PHI The school year for Kappa Phi, Methodist Wom- en's Group, proved to be a prosperous one. They presented an entertaining program for the New- man's Hospital at Thanksgiving and had their annual Thanksgiving Song Fest at the Methodist Church. The girls had a Christmas party for the Spanish children of the Spanish Methodist Church, and also sent clothes to Korean children as a project. Before Christmas vacation, they participated in the annual Y-Sing along with the other campus organizations. Besides the reg- ular programs which provided for religious growth and understanding, Kappa Phi members attended various religious state and national conventions during the year. First Row: Dorothy Libben, Glenda Huston, Geneice Jacob, Rosemary Schal- lehn. Second Row: Frances Stedtler, Phil Berg, Rev. Frederick, Bob Pierce, Franz Frederick, Mrs. Frederick, Al Stedtler, OFFICERS President ....,.,.,... .,...................... S andra Stieben Vice-President ....... ........ N adine Kriegh Secretary ........,, ...... C hrista Thompson Treasurer ,.,... ........,.. B everly Weir First Row: Virginia Crowley, Norma Bynum, Marcia Maxwell, Barbara Mc- Donald, Janice Parker, Gwen Larson, Lorene Partin, Dee Howard, Nadine Hinckley, Nadine Kriegh, Carol Ruckhaber, Charlotte Hutchcraft, Sandra Stieben, Dean Schillinger. Second Row: Edna Quinn, Deanne Beymer, Bev- erly Weir, Marianne Smith, Paula Parker, Catherine Wilson, Wanda John- son, Barbara Shoup, Christa Thompson, Sally Austin, Janice Rodgers, Ruth Lane, Alberta Anderson. Third Row: Mary Starling, Connie Ford, Connie Toctor, Martha Fitts, Ermil Ott, Joan Pelton, Jean Ehrhardt, Laura Grubb, Joan McWilliam, Florene Snell, Beverly Brown, Karlene Cason, Carol Gam- ble, Marilyn Gustin, Charla Childs. FUTURE TEACHER EE AMERICA Future teachers planning FACULTY BOARD OF CONTROL Dr. Rollancl Alterman Miss Helen Douglass Mr. E. J. Calkins Mr. Al Morris Miss Ina Borman Mrs. Billie Shumate FTA is the professional organization for all students preparing to teach. This was the first year that E- State's FTA was a member of the state FTA organi- zation. The president. Lila Miller, was recording secretary of the first set of state FTA officers. The state project was to organize and enlarge FTA clubs in high schools. E-State's first project was providing transportation to attend sessions of the State Teach- ers Meeting at Topeka. FTA met monthly and had varied programs including local and invited speak- ers, panels, group discussions, skits, and fun nights. FTA boasted a membership of l67 students-one of the largest on the campus. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-First Row: Lila Miller, Betty Cott, Kala Kirkpatrick, Rosemary Wiegers, Ruth Staton. Second Row: Rolland Alterman, Helen Douglass, ina Borman, E. J. Calkins. 'D- C1 X. 'll gr First Row: Virginia Gustafson, Laura Keele, Belva Ames, Phyllis Hormel, Mary Phillips, Mary Keith Riegle, Jean Oltmanns, Shirley Swayze. Second Row: Mary Raven, Carol Schlesener, Delores Light, Barbara Baker, Nellie Rost, Lea Ann Baker. Third Row: Wayne Smith, Dr. Harry Waters, Louis Andreatta, Ernie Frint. Members ot Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary education fraternity, are selected from the upper OFFICERS twenty per cent ofthe junior and senior classes. president -----------....-.---------,-.--. -'---.-A--. B elva Ames Other factors taken into consideration are their Vice-President ,,.,,,, .,.,,, M ary Sfal-ling professional promise, personality, and high scho- Secrefary ............. ...... H erma Gerber lastic standing. Kappa Delta Pi opened the tall Treasurer .......... ......... M ary Phillips semester with a tea for the high scholastic- Historian .................................. Mary Keith Rnegle standing freshmen. The new E-Staters were introduced to Kappa Delta Pi, its purposes and rewards, and its ideals of good scholarship. Dr. Don E. Davis was the principal speaker at the fall initiation banquet when ten new members were welcomed KAPPA DELTA Pl First Row: Jerry Bedner, Beverly Lambert, Melba Ernst, Mary Jane Quaintance, Carol Switzer, Jim Monroe, V. C. Hiett. Second Row E. C. McGill, Don Grimes, Dorothy Ready, Matt Scherer, Sharon Winters, Carolyn Swartz, Richard Hawk, Betty Lewick, R. B, Russell Third Row: Ronald Merwin, Mary Overfield, Gerald Saunders, Ollie Boltin, Carl Wiebe, Lovella Kuepker, Donald Coffee, Marjorie Kling, Margaret Rose. Pi Omega Pi, honorary business frater- OFFICERS nity, started the year with a get-ac- quainted picnic in collaboration with FBLA members. Pitching horseshoes, playing baseball and tennis made every- one indulge excessively of the bountiful meal served afterward. Richard Hawk, Sharon Winters, and Rosalie Didde pledged first semester. E-State was host to the Seventh Annual Business Educa- tion Conference. Pi Omega Pi members had a chance to see actual business work- ing on a field trip in the spring. The Mu Pi Omegan, yearbook of the fraternity, was edited this year by Dorothy Ready. This was one of the largest undertakings of the fraternity. The annual Pi Omega Pi banquet brought another year for Pi Omega Pi members to a close. President ..........................,................. Carl Wiebe Vice-President ....... ....... M ariorie Kling Secretary ....,.................... ....... C arolyn Swartz Treasurer ........................... ....... D onald Grimes Editor i Mu Pi Omeganl ...........,.. Dorothy Ready -2. -'M - f f,,- ess...-,w..4.......... - Y I ,Ma Executive meeting Pl lllllllllil Pl Under the tutelage of their new young coach, Mr. Howard Holladay, members of Pi Kappa Delta, na- tional honorary forensic fraternity, started the school year by winning the Central Intercollegiate Confer- ence debate championship. Activities varied from encouraging and entertaining high school speakers to sponsoring E-State's annual junior college debate tournament. Publishing The Rebuttal Box, a high school debaters' newspaper, was a new function of Zeta chapter. Pi Kappa Delta ended the year by trav- eling to Redlands, California, to compete in the na- tional forensic tournament. Everyday's a holiday! OFFICERS President ...........................,.................. Jim Trent Vice-President ............ ...,... S hirley Bobek Secretary-Treasurer ,....... ......... J ay Jernigan First Row: Coach Howard Holladay, Dick Hawk, Jay Jernigan, Jim Johnson, Shirley Bobek, Tom York. Second Row: Allen Kidd, Gary Poorman, Don Edmunds, Jim Trent, Dave Blackim, Russell Priestly, Vern Butler. llllllil ALPHA l0TA Sigma Alpha Iota, women's honorary music, sponsored the annual music hall mixer in collaboration with Phi Mu AI- pha for the first social event of the year. Pat Sutton was the only pledge first semester. Vergene Kugler, Zeta Province President, paid E-State's chap- ter an official visit. SAI, with the help of Phi Mu Alpha, presented an Ameri- can composers' recital in the spring. Members of SAI who gave recitals were Ann Kennedy, Mary Ruth Dillman, Marian Haskell, Fran Best, Bette Lau- terbach, and Joyce Holdsworth. First Row: Marilyn Naylor, Pat Sutton, Dorothy Libben. Second Row: Donnie Diller, . Jerine Heidebrecht, Bette Lauterbach, Virginia Bohn, Fran Best, Mary Ruth Dillman. Third Row: Sherrol Selfridge, Marion Haskell,Pat Swiercinsky, Ann Kennedy, Joyce Holds- worth, Bonnie Fritz. oli iii First Row: Miss Lemon, Sharon Winters, Jolene Pinder, Velma Viets, Sonya Woten, Jean Lane, Glenna Cooper, Pauline Craig, Frances Clen- nan, Mary Keith Riegle. Second Row: Phyllis Utterbach, Margaret Rose, Carol Sisson, Barbara Baker, Carol Switzer, Miss Franz, Janet Cline, Shirley Temple, Betty Fick, Phyllis Gould, Shirley Bobek, Pat Hayes. The ideals of Omega Literary Society are scholar- ship, literary achievement, leadership, and friend- ship. The meetings of Omega were improved and kept lively with book reviews, readings, and re- cordings, under the direction of Mary Keith Riegle. 157 OFFICERS Pl'2SlCl2nl' .......... ............................. F ran Best Vice-President ..... ..... M ary Ruth Dillman seCl'ef3l'Y ........ ....... B ette Lauterbach TI'23SUr6l' ...... ........ M arilyn Naylor IIIIMII llllll lllllll llli ll Home Economics meetings were built around the names of television programs. These ex- plained to the new girls many careers in home economics. Their project was a Christmas party for under-privileged children. In the fall, three members attended an officers' training school at Fort Hays State College. President was Lorna Smith. First Row: Grace Davis, Nadine Horseman, Glennis Uhrich, Joyce Grieder, Second Row: Kathleen Wilson, Hoori Besharat, Eileen Can- non, Jolene Pinder, Sally Hull, Ruth Crosby, Miss Whitten. Third Row: Pat Habig, Lois Jones, Glenna Cooper, Pauline Craig, Charlene Larkin, Marilyn Halley. Fourth Row: Donna Buffon, Marcia Maxwell, Umdenstock, Jane Goff, Janet Bond, Thelma Kipfer, Lorna Rosemary Schallehn, Myrna Robrahn, Margaret Corrigan. Nancy Smith, First Row: Peggy Eckles, Shirley Sanner, Jo Sisson, Edna McCullough, Janet McGregor, Doris Groendyche, Kathleen Knapp, Rose Moore, Marguerite Dodds-Belanger, Norma Neff. Second Row: Beverly Dillman, Ruth Lane, Nelda Windsor, Barbara Price, Winifred Brown, Cordelia Froetschner, Sally Ackerson, Dorothy Martin, Wilma Lee. Third Row: Kathleen Fox, Shirley Kruckenberg, Catherine Reber, Sally Miracle, Doris Sparke, Sylvia Jones, Sharron Soule, Gertrude Cile, Nancy Carson, Melba Ernst. OFFICERS President .......................................... Norma Neff Vice-President ........... ......... C atherine Reber Secretary-Treasurer .............. Shirley Kruckenberg Publicity Chairman .......................... Melba Ernst How is that Esquire? The Women's Physical Education Club is com- posed of physical education majors and minors. The club welcomed freshmen girls by holding a fall back-to-school picnic. Meetings consisted of movies, demonstrations of new games, speeches. and information about camp work. An active part was taken in the Women's Recreational Associa- tion as well as in high school play days, depart- ment visitations, and other activities. related to the department. A picnic and Recreation Day at the end of the school year had the majors and minors playing games and holding election of offi- cers. The club was the largest for several years and showed a fine caliber of majors and minors. l'llY lllilll llli llil'l'lll lllillli The Splash Club is for all women who enjoy swimming and have some knowledge of the possibilities of ballet swimming. The mem- bers learned new strokes, stunts, and skills. They practiced synchronized swimming, learned life-saving methods, and perfected diving procedures. Their methods of swim- ming required practice, teamwork, and love of water. During second semester, a lot of time was spent perfecting different strokes for a movie made of Splash Club. The movie was used for the novice swimmers of Roose- velt High School and E-State. Alpha Theta Rho, national honorary art fraternity, is for art majors and minors with a high scholastic standing. Alpha Theta Rho was responsible for posters being placed in the Student Union ac- cording to activities scheduled by the Student Council. Approximately one poster a week was made by the members. The Beaux Arts Ball was boosted by the members of Al- pha Theta Rho with manv delightful post- ers. During their meetings, they partici- pated in discussions relating to art, heard lectures, and saw movies. The members of this fraternity were always busy teach- ing art courses, and trying to meet the re- quirements of this fraternity, as well as attending classes. PLA H CLUB ig.. First Row: Jeannine Bliss, Phyllis Utterback, Jan Lehman, Pat Bergerhouse, Kelsay Lamb, Sylvia Holt, Jo Sisson, Shirley Sanner, Sally Miracle. Second Row: Nelda Windsor, Betty Thomas, Jerry Shaw, Winifred Brown, Ruth Lane, Eleanor Bohm, Rpse Moore, Marilyn Seaton, Sally Ackerson, Bonnie Jo Sanford. OFFICERS President .............................................. Jan Lehman Secretary-Treasurer ........ ....... P hyllis Utterback Program Chairman ......... ............ K elsay Lamb ALPHA THETA RHO First Row: Betty Hochman, Lillie Fox, Sharon Huenergardt, Judy Teichgraeber. Sec- ond Row: Norman Eppink, Jane Goff, Jo Berends, Mary Kretsinger, Pattie Martin, Hoori Besharat. Third Row: Kenneth Green, Jack Mason, Ernst Sievert. OFFICERS President .................................... Judy Teichgraeber Vice-President ............... ........ C arolyn Carmichael Secretary-Treasurer ....... ........ S haron Huenergardt Program Chairman ........ ............ B etty Hochman FRE CH UL B First Row: Betty Fick, Janet Cline, Harry Firth, Nancy Ziegler, Howard Adams. Second Row: J. R. Aiken, Marius Baron, Louis Andreatta. Third Row: Orville Mosher, Mrs. Marius Baron, Mary Lou Heydecker. Fourth Row: John Rose, Bob Lambert, Ted Wischopp, Pat Kramm, Ernst Siev- ert. Fifth Row: Phil Keller, Tom Beattie, Doris Beaman. Velma Viets, Betty Hochman, Lynn Schmidt. Conversational French was promoted at the French Club luncheons. At the an- nual Christmas dinner, members ate French pastry and saw the creche, a Na- ,im tivity scene. Harry Firth was president. 4 SPA l H CLUB The Spanish Club, in conjunction with the French Club, sponsored a dinner followed by a speech by Dr. J. N. Carman of the De- partment of Romance Languages at K.U. The annual Christmas Pinata was presented in the Student Union. Carlos Yuja, from Honduras, supervised construction of the First Row: Bonnie Hartley, Caryl Ruckhaber, .lo Markley, Marbeth Ems- wiler, Lee Draper, Peggy Eckles, Lynn Schmidt, Margaret Fowler. Sec- ond Row: Pat Funnell, Robert Linder, Janet Cline, Lea Baker, Phyllis Jensen, Mary Heydecker, Carlos Yuja, J. R. Aiken. Third Row: Ray Payton, Louis Andreatta, Charles Gilbert, Ted Wischropp, Ed Settgast, Carl Simmons, Howard Adams. Pinata, a tradition in Spanish-speaking countries. In the spring, a Pan American Day Dinner commemorated the union of the twenty-one American Republics. Lynn Schmidt served as president of the Spanish Club. RHYTHMlUlHRCLE First Row: Ann King, Kathleen Knapp, Mary Maloney, Elaine Burns, Pat Morgan, Rosemary Wiegers, Jeannine Downing, Peggy Eckles. Second Row: Charlene Schul, Barbara Neidig, Noriko Ohamo, Betty Ramsey, Marjorie Veal, Pat Hunt, Nelda Windsor. Jeris Hale. Third Row: Jim Weinman, Rae Barackman, John Lar- son, Sylvia Jones, Larry Shepherd, Loa Lee Stotts, Don McCowan, Nancy Crebo, Kerry Lafferty. Rhythmic Circle members include both boys and girls interested in dance. Under the cap- able leadership of Norma Neff, the modern dancers participated in Curli-Q, and the an- nual Spring Concert. They also provided danc- ers for shows at high schools, civic clubs, and organizations. 160 FBLA First Row: Robert Becker, Shirley Barnes, Georgia Turner, Ruth Swearingen, Glenna Brock, Anita Hess, Donna Stephenson, Blanche Dunshee, Rosalie Didde, Roberta Cummins, Lovella Kuepker, Nancy Carson, Sylvia, Dawson, Sally Austin, Elaine Burns, Karl Powell. Leland Gassert. Second Row: Paula Parker, Betty Poe, Margaret Lynch, Paul Atkins, Lavern Schallehn, Randall Reeves, Ollie Bolton, Donald Graye, Carlie Trower, Christa Thompson, Robert Verschelden, Dick Brown, R. B. Russell. Third Row: Barbara Baltz, Joyce VanGundy, Jackie Palm, Sharon Brewer, Christel Day, Shirley Bartel, Melba Ernst Roswurrn, Carol Switzer. Janice Peters, Glenna Cooper. OFFICERS President .............. ......... R obert Browne Vice-President ..... ........... C arolyn Swartz .......Christa Thompson Sec reta ry .......... Treasurer .................... The E-State FBLA chapter was very active locally and nationally this year. Among its members were Bernard Schub, National President of FBLA, and Melba Ernst, State President. ln December, fifty members ac- companied by Mr. 'Hiett and Mr. Russell. went to Topeka where they enjoyed a tour of WIBW-TV, Goodyear Rubber Plant, and the Supply Depot at Forbes Air Base. Two .........Bob Verschelden groups, led by Dick Brown. made visitations to other schools interested in FBLA. One group installed a new chapter at Nickerson in January. The second group presented a program at Kansas State College in Feb- ruary. FBLA wound up its active year by sponsoring the Third Annual State Conven- tion. First Row: Herbert Small, Fred VanBuren, Don Fischer, Ralph Farris, Bryce Hayes, Carol Gamble, Elaine Barb, Shirley Smithson, Dick Nelson, John Burns, Ruth Huston, Kathleen O'Donnell, Beverly Weir, Wayne Hoobler, Bernard Shub, Carl Hoffmans. Second Row: Bonita Platz, Park Wallace, Emma Ledwith, Bob Browne, John Wiebe, Charles Buckley, Larry Shepherd, David Rettiger, Annasteen Nelson, Bob Trager, Don Bond, Kenneth Scott, Phyllis Boaz, Jim Monroe, Duane McKeever. Third Row: Bob Ford, Ruth Crosby, Shirley Walker, Barbara Redman, Marilyn Ross, Sherry Swart, Winona Reed, Carolyn Swartz. Lois Scott, Beverly Lambert, Sharon Winters, Gerald Haxton, Mr. Hiett. 9 First Row: Vance Young, Louis Anderson, Lloyd Krause, Eldon Evans, Jon Wilhite, Jim Downs, Bob Jackson, Dean Dempsey. Second Row: Darrell Ramsburg, Lonn Richards, Ivan Smith, Bob Burns, Cary Stroud, Mr, Schmutz, Third Row: Wilmer Harvey, Phil Keller, Dale Roller, Delton Hodgson, Doug Lyon, Dick Robson, Marshall McNutt, Eldon Kadel, Ed Nicklaus, Marion Navrat. OFFICERS President ..,....,.... ........ ......... ....... I v a n Smith Vice-President .,.... ........ E Idon Kadel Secretary ........... ............. D oug Lyon Treasurer ......... ...... M arion Navrat Pound those ivories, Phil Phi lVlu Alpha, men's honorary music, Spon- sored the annual Singing Bee in the spring. The Singing Bee is a competitive contest that is entered by all the social organizations. The Emporia State Men's Chorale was also spon- sored by Phi lvlu. This group sang to approxi- mately I0,000 people last year, and visited twenty high schools. Near the end of the aca- demic Year, Phi lvlu in conjunction with Sig- ma Alpha Iota presented an American com- posers' concert. PIII MII ALPHA First Row: Father Rene, Lelia Stohr, Beth Lynch, Pat Hayes, Ruth Huston, Ann Hoffmans, Frances Cyphert, Claragene Johnston, Delbert Brinkman. Second Row: Pauline Henderson, Evelyn Kovar, Rosemary Wiegers, Wanda Ciboski, Kathleen O'DonneIl, Nancy Ziegler, Pat Morgan, Cheryl Purkey, Carl Hoffmans, Joe Brown, Mary Dreitz, Verda Hotzel, Mary Alice Deputy. Top Row: Roland Elpers, Dick Armstrong, Alfred Glaser, Carroll Denning, Paul Buckman, James Weinmann, Adlore Denning, Gene Pingel, Bob Seider. First Row: Mac Homan, Francis Gangel, Tom Johnsten, H. Davies, Clarence Linsey, John Goode. Second Row: Robert Beyer, Shirley Schwilling, Evelyn Kovar, Joyce Mil- ler, Doris Riggs, Betty Breukelman, Laura Keele, Norma Pohl, Marilyn Hanson, Gayle Pope, Jerry Wilhm. Third Row: S. W. Cram, H. A. Stephens, Ivan Smith, Leroy Schel- ske, Charles Hobbs, John Burger, James Bishop, Claire Schelske, John Breukelman, Carl Prophet, Dan Liles, Vern Butler, W. N. Baker, Clyde Goulden. 163 EWMA CLUB Newman Club represents the Catholic stu- dents of E-State. Coffee hours in the Sa- cred Heart School basement brought to light problems that arose in school. The annual alumni breakfast in the spring for present and past members was the main project of the club. Gatherings were held each month in the Student Union, and members discussed problems that were of vital interest to the group. OFFICERS President ................................ ........ J oe Brown Vice-President ....... ..... C heryl Purkey Secretary ............. ............. P at Hayes Treasurer ......... ....... N ancy Ziegler lllll UE CLUB Science Club is for anyone interested in biology. chemistry, and physics, or sci- ence in general. This club had some of the most unique meetings on the cam- pus. For the first meeting, Herman, a 5'6" bullsnake, assisted H. A. Stephens with a talk on reptiles. ln a physics dem- onstration, the sparks flew when some unusual ways to turn on a light were exhibited. Some of the members of Sci- ence Club conducted a research on fish from the Verdigris River. OFFICERS President ............ ...................... L eroy Schelske Vice-President ...... ............. l van Smith Secretary ......... ..... B etty Breukelman Treasurer ..... ........ T om Johnsfen K-CLUB K-Club, seemingly an honorary organiza- tion for men of outstanding athletic abil- ity, realized they had an overflowing treasury from the profits of selling bean- ies to all the freshmen. K-Club was rath- er lax this year in enforcing all freshmen to wear the beanies, though. The usual bullpen was nowhere to be seen. At Homecoming, K-Club entertained the teams of l9lO, l92O, l93O, l94O, and l949. K-Club was responsible for deco- rating old quiet Silent Joe in hopes that it would ring at Homecoming. lt did. With the profits from selling beanies, K-Club sponsored a street dance in the spring. This was the second year for the dance which has already become another tradition for E-State. Ring Silent Joe, Corky OFFICERS President .................................. Henrv Thompson Vice-President ..,.............. ........... A rt Bloomer Secretary-Treasurer ............ ...,.... N ick Perikli Corresponding Secretary ....... ......... E d Crafke Historian ........................... ....... J oe Stine First Row: Merrill Deck, Jim Mitchell, Mahlon Porter, Bill Tidwell, Dick Utter, Wayne Williams, Nick Perikli, Second Row: Fran Welch, Art Ridgway, Clair Hutchinson, Donald Blow, Henry Thompson, Keith Caywood. Third Row: Floyd Quincy, Art Bloomer, R. L. berly, Ed Crafk w Co e, La rence Eudaley. Xl PHI Eleven members returned to Xi Phi, honorary leadership fraternity, at the beginning of the school year. Pat Kramm, Jim Sharp, Barbara Baker, Millard Denny, and Sharon Winters re- ceived the black and gold ribbon of Xi Phi first semester. Xi Phi sponsored the publication and sale of student directories again this year. These student directories containing names, addresses. and telephone numbers of students and faculty proved to be very valuable. With the proceeds of the directory sales Xi Phi sponsored the an- nual all-school Anniversary Ball in the spring Xi Phi undertook the task of acquiring names of prospective students for E-State. This project proved to be a factor toward the increased fresh- men enrollment this year, Those in Xi Phi have truly proved themselves to be leaders on the campus. What's so funny? OFFICERS President .....,.................................... Arliss Burns Vice-President ........ ....... M ary Keith Riegle Secretary .............. ....... M erriam Wilson Treasurer ......... .......,.... R uth Staton First Row: Sharon Winters, Jim Sharp, Ruth Staton, Mary Keith Riegle, Arliss Burns. Second Row: Alex Daughtery, Darrell Whistler Mahlon Porter, Barbara Baker, Merriam Wilson. Third Row: Jack Fiedler, Margaret Rose, Al Morris, Bob Burris, Pat Kramm, Al Rusk hi ..,,. Y Wi- IM GAMMA MU Pi Gamma Mu is a national honorary social science society that requires prospective members to have had at least twenty hours of social science with not less than a B av- erage. The chapter was inactive last year because of a lack of members, however, at the beginning of the academic year, Dr. Arnett renewed efforts to re-establish the chapter. A project of Pi Gamma Mu is to sponsor a scholarship program in graduate work in social science that is open to all members of the organization. Sponsors are John Zimmerman, Dixon Smith, and Dr. Claude Arnett. First Row: Hyla Trimmell, Wayne Smith, Tom Northrop, Alton Lee, Jerre McCornas Priscilla Angersback, Second Row: Nick Perikli, Floyd Brown, Ernie Frint, Aubrey Bailey, Mr. John Zimmerman, Stan Findley, MCIAL CIE CM UL B First Row: Wayne Smith, Nadine Hinckley, Eugene Decker, Orville Mosher, Sung Mo Han, Jerre McComas, Carolyn Hanson, Alton Lee, Virginia Wingo. Second Row: Raymond Sauder, John Ott, Miles Sheffler, John Zimmerman, Louis An- dreatta, Ernie Flint. OFFICERS President ........................,............. Jerre McComas Vice-President ........., ....... M iles Sheffler Secretary-Treasurer ..... .....,. S ung Mo Han Publicity Chairman .... ,...... L ouis Andreatta 166 OFFICERS President ........,............................. Tom Northrop Vice-President ........ ......,.. W ayne Smith Treasurer ............. ............... A lton Lee Secretary ........... ...... J erre McComas The Social Science Club was very active in planning and preparing conferences dur- ing the year. lt worked on the C.overnor's Conference on World Affairs, which was attended by representatives from Kansas civic groups, colleges, and high schools. A talk on the aims and limits of American foreign policy opened the conference. A Foreign and Domestic Conference on World Affairs attracted high school stu- dents throughout the state. Following each of the three major addresses, discussion groups were held to formulate questions. They also sponsored in cooperation with the Language Department, the Interna- tional Weekend, a conference for the for- eign students in the state. The Social Sci- ence Club is a member of the Carnegie ln- ternational Relations Club, an organiza- tion known throughout the United States on college campuses. lts purpose is to pro- mote better understanding among the peo- ples of the world. ATHLETICS ML., .. . ,s l In 1 in --,M First Row: Decker, Uyeshiro, Horiuchi, Everett, Glodfelter, Mitchell, Petersen, McKeague, Ginoza, Griffin, Passmore, Porter, Ridgeway. Second Row: Head Coach Welch, Hanson, M. Peterson, J. Petersen, Kline, Bloomer, Beardsley, Fisher, Banister, Howell, Marsland, E. Peterson, Deck, Horn lTrainerl, Neuses, Assistant Coach. Third Row: Assistant Coach and Scout Long, Linder, Linton, Roberts, Meljo, McCallum, James, DeWerff, Baker, Grafke, Leo, Kistner, Elpers, Thompson lTrainerl. Fourth Row: Line Coach Fish, Buccino, Letellier, Hawk, Perikli, McGregor, Furuta, Rogers, Post, Florence, Reed, Boston, Backfield Coach Caywood, Fifth Row: Newlin, Boline, McDonald, Critton, Shank, Gorman, Dawdy, Martin, Funk, Hitchcock, Liggett, Stevenson. With a wrinkled brow, veteran Hornet Coach F, Ci. "Fran" Welch leaned back in his chair and said, "lt will be a year of rebuilding. Our season is in the hands of the new men." The suicide schedule with the Wichita Uni- versity Shockers appeared to be an acid test for any team, let alone one that was to be dom- inated by freshmen. Coaching Staff-Long, Welch, Fish, Neuses, Caywood 168 Seventy-seven aspirants, forty-nine of them freshmen, reported for the opening practice session on September l. Only eleven lettermen returned from last year's squad in addition to returning servicemen Mahlon Porter, Richard Banister, and Rex Linder. Three high school stars of Hawaiian Island play were among the ranks: Larry Ginoza, 225- pound center, Allen Mclieague, 204-pound end, and Edward Uyeshiro, fleet l55-pound halfback. Practice sessions were long-after- noons were hot-evenings weren't much bet- ter as the eager-to-learn Hornets drilled and drilled. The backfield talent was under the watchful eye of Coach Keith Caywood: E. D. "Gus" Fish worked the line Candidates, and Melvin "Shorty" Long and Ralph Neuses assisted "Fran" with the squad that represented his twenty-fourth team at E-State. Progress as a team was slow--a few individ- uals were outstanding-new records were set -"in the red." Fllll'lllilLL Wichita drubbed the Hornets 69-7 for the worst defeat in E-State's grid history. The loss of seven games in a row in one season by a Welch-coached team was un- heard of-but it happened. The 27-Z6 Hornet Homecoming victory over St. Benedict's Ravens was the result of a great team effort, encouraged by a lively cheering section. Their reward for their determination throughout the season to perfect their play and to develop into a team was not denied, as they came from behind a i4-point first quarter deficit to upset the favored Ravens. lt was not with- out loss as Bob Passmore, star of the game -ii all with three touchdowns, broke his right collarbone and wrist. In the season's finale, 33-O over South- western, the Hornets proved that the Homecoming fray had been the climaxing point of their rebuilding era. Disappointed because the season's end had come so soon after they had their grid machine in order, the Hornets turned their gear over to the moth balls November 14 and began to make plans for next season. With theaid of returning servicemen who were members of the '52 championship squad, they feel that the '55 season will see them "on top." n ' T' Q .. N-. Cheerleaders-Kenneth Martinez, Virginia Holdren, Peggy Eckles, Jean Davis, Jerry Shaw, Jean Bright, Jerry Mallow 169 f rf -f y w r..-. f N, w, :Z ' WQWWM wfuw 9 1 - :R+ ffsw ' H M . 'N . 7 -f.. M , , ff... 'Q ' 1 Af' W z ' f 'w'..r.?i5--iff' -f"'2f'fw'fe .xv 5 1- ' Q. I ',-"M S - - ,- wif sf-'pf 'Q f .' 1 - 7 A - ,.',,.vt'f. ...M -,fn 'g-Q. ,Aj f - ,Q A' . -wwf' ..-e.Z.v'f:f.'f-ig, Nm + 11. fmPEr'f.wza? - wg, . .aff . 'uf ' In JM.. ,id .. i,,n.JC'7F'Y'5 Q V, e" ' 4 - 4 " f...7'f' '-4 P E9 - 6 ,gf ' L" , 6 'J -are --ftfwg 'pw 5-3'1" F It z 'P 9 3 U2 ge at .af .li an . .1 . ,.. ,,. If 7 ,,..,. .,+yt,.,kK,4fJgi,w ,H gp: 1,3552 , 'gffg 1-'P 1 K f:fffd.'5'f"P'.4 .PW , ,..' f-Y wf?"::r,'t.k .:' s w' :ff-fy. A. Ax.-Mvf' . L, "'g:ffff,::', Q f g L ,Lim ff. ' h -,, H My jx, A + L f" f l' lt zfrffj Vg, I -' - I tg, .kwa V , I . ' if-f i "f .Nfl A. N !3f,+J-'16, ,fl 2.15 y rt 2 - af' -ifgzvfzr 'k ia rf- f A f- gy QW e. "ff" 15... ' ,K Ark. .Kumi I ., kiV4.V.fi,L,KAv?nf3W RE b .K - ,lv Q , Q- -fgsgig- ' ' "" 4' fjxigagv '.ff'3,?5g45eg'gf-3ff.,f.?EfQ54 .,,. xr' " gif, 7. xx M, q1f:1f'51..,. 5 W' . A 5"-. -,.7'T7,.f-gg. 4 ?.14-?,?g'fvvf2vf4 N W - Q , -,,. n 1' :pg ' ..1..p ' -A .-f ' Qi fs'-i 4"f,3E..'v,Z5',.f?ii-i1.,2", ,I . . . ' 1954 Pictorial Review 'K - ,ff Aj ' N 4, bm : t .. ' ' A X ' ig..-.,, 5.--f+'ff7 . yi gf' 1.32. Q 5 'f g.,.:lNl Q-2 N5 'f',g,,1.g.:,,..4,. 8 A . ff K.. f" 'M - . y . Y A ' ' ' E-State Opponent N. L ,aw 7 Wichita University 69 0 NE Oklahoma State 6 7 U. of Minn. iDuIuth Br.5 20 6 Washburn University I4 6 Omaha University 38 6 Ft. Hays State 20 7 Pittsburg State 20 27 St. Benedict's 26 33 Southwestern 0 n is mi, ,4, .-'Q .23- 'Q I: 85,15- ff- .gQ.,V!kc 3 R v Ex W ,Ii E 1 MQ. lf" if ,, ' fi , 1 5 , r I :fn Q, " P '- I" 1, W.. 1 'Q-if ... A RST. nf., mx nifwqf ,1.,:.,,,-WM S Qui' "s- A .W 1 ff N: L' N. , ' .. - evT3?? g.-, X. W, , . XE if k + .N ' 1-4034 H K .a f"9H"if73-Ti' M, A ,. ,v T' 'A W ' J., -iw Mr: - fl ,f if-5, A 4, A' , i .wgilfwrif 3.2539-4 1 -+- - . Q.. ---' '- gr ' ,?i.?5wq3,,ggX,f:5g 5+ " -- X if fb K ' W ,WM Vg , .., Q , 1 7 ,, ...WM .U N . ' 4' Henry Thompson . Cross-country, a new sports event on the team level at E-State, was inaugurated to offer that type of competition to the men who wanted to r participate and to provide year-round training for all men interested in all phases of track. fi ., ,,,,z s,,,.., ..W,,,1,, :.W, 1,,.. , . i li :E 4" l Z 5. Clyde c.,..i.ie.. C R 0 SS L X M coach william schnafm ,H Donald Blow Dr. William J. Schnitzer holds the Bachelor of Science in Educa- ""l-- tion degree from Kent State University in Ohio and the Master of Arts and Doctor of Education degrees from Teachers College, Co- lumbia University. Dr. Schnitzer has had six years of cross-country coaching experience at Milford, Michigan, and Flushing, New York High Schools. A 2-3 win-loss record was compiled by the l-lornet endurance team that was dominated by the efforts of freshmen, many of whom showed considerable improvement and offer promise for successful seasons to come. Gerald Miller Manager Ray Velasquez if . Traveling squad to Drake s 172 f 1.1" if Bill Tidwell, Emporia State's speediest runner, captained the over-hill-and-dalers. Bill was first to cross the finish line in the first four meets of the schedule. lllllllll'l'llY Bill Tidwell, nationally known as one of the top 880-yard and mile runners, placed sixth in a field of l l7 runners at the N.C.A.A. cross-coun- try meet November 22. The Kiowa sophomore's timing for the four-mile Michigan State College course at East Lansing was ZO:l2.0. SllASllll'S lllllllllll Low score determines the winner Dual Meets Bill Tidwell Clair Hutchinson Robert Linder A it Q va . 3' K E-State Opponent 32 Drake University 23 20 Pittsburg State 39 21 Oklahoma Baptist U. 34 Triangular Meets E-State 39 Drake University 24 University of Mo. 38 Okla. Baptist U. 37 Oklahoma A 6' M Over hill . . . over dale 173 Francis Gangel Ed Rowley f' as ii 'Uv a W f 6' at.i ffl The "call to the hardwoods" on Novem- ber l5Aby E-State's Head Basketball Coach, E. D. "C-us" Fish, brought out 97 candidates to vie for positions on the Hornet cage quin- tet. Among them were only five returning lettermen to be used as a nucleus for Fish's tenth Hornet team: seniors Art Bloomer and Joe Stine, a junior, Lawrence Eudaley, and two sophomores, Floyd "Buck" Quincy and Jack Miller. Dick DuPont netted 20 points to lead the Hornets in their first contest of the season, but Ft. Leonard Wood's star-studded service team emerged victorious as they staged a last minute scoring drive to gain an 82-7l edge. This was the first of 27 contests for the Hornets who finished the season with a iii iiiiii' 9-l8 win-loss record. Failure to score con- sistently from the charity line proved to be the downfall of the E-Staters who, on many occasions, outscored their opponents from the field. As the season progressed, the Hornets found it extremely hard to win away from home. They dropped four in a row while in Minnesota during the Christmas holidays. Hamline University, St. Cloud Teachers, U. of Minnesota lDuluth Branchl , and Bemidji State Teachers were not to be beaten. Regis College at Denver also was invincible in a game that was played there in January. All told, the Fishmen lost l4 of l7 games on foreign courts. The experience of playing superior teams away from home paid well as the Hornets displayed "Cinderella" tactics in topping the CIC leaders, Ft. Hays State and the Pittsburg C-orillas, in succession at the Civic Audi- torium. Ft. Hays State was the first to feel the sting of the Hornets as Jack Miller, an agile sophomore guard, led the E-Staters to a 79-73 victory by scoring 39 points. lVliller's scoring feat set a new school individual scor- ing record and has been recognized as the best in the Central Intercollegiate Confer- ence. THE VARSITY-First Row: V. Nelson, R. Ruggles, L, Newton, R. Slaymaker, J. Miller, L. Eudaley, J. Hayes, J. Stine. Second Row: Coach E. D. "Gus" Fish, A. Bloomer, R. McCabe, B. DeWeese, R. Bohannon, C. Sisson, F. Quincy, Henry Thompson lTrainerl. The Pittsburg Corillas were undefeated by a conference opponent when they came to the Civic, February l l. They had won six straight and were being considered as the team to win the conference crown. The Hornets went to work-Miller scored l7 points, Quincy hit for l4, Nelson, IO, McCabe and Bohannon worked off the post for 8 each, Hayes hit 6 and Stine, 2, to post a 65-61 triumph-their biggest upset of the season, their second during that week. The Hornet conquest of the Gorillas was the first of three in a row to knock the lead- ers out of the first place position in the league. The men from Pittsburg gained re- venge, however, when they defeated the flu- stricken Hornets, 70-57, in the season's finale at Pittsburg. The E-Staters finished in a tie for fourth position with Washburn University for the season's conference play with a 4-6 win-loss record. Miller, who was voted to a second team berth on the United Press All-CIC team, will be one of the many juniors who will return to spark the Hornets to a victorious season in l955-'56. Other round-ball players to return as juniors next fall are Vaughn Nel- son, Ray Ruggles, Lee Newton, Jim Hayes, and Floyd Quincy. Miller sets new record-39 points JUNIOR HORNETS-First Row: H. Shank, D. Pfortmiller, R. Decker, D. Davis, S. Luebbe. Second Row: Coach E. D. "Gus" Fish, C. Trower, H. McClaskey, R, Jones, D. Clodfelter, R. Horn lTrainerl. A big handful! Up we go Thp ll- 176 X! Hard work? l L 'X JU x Lei'5 S" dd' W . 1 e He made it. were trailing . E-State Opponent E-State Opponent 71 Ft. Leonard Wood 82 88 Washburn University 48 Wichita University 72 88 U. of Kansas City 62 Omaha University 51 61 St. Benedict's 52 Hamline University 98 56 ' Southwestern College 71 St. Cloud Teachers 77 87 Washburn University 71 U. of Minn. lDuluth Br.l 85 50 Rockhurst College 48 Bemidji State Teachers 63 79 Ft. Hays State 63 Culver-Stockton College 68 65 Pittsburg State 62 Oklahoma Baptist U. 63 98 U. of Kansas City 63 St. Benedict's 37 79 St. Benedict's 57 Missouri Valley College 90 73 Omaha University 53 Rockhurst College 47 51 Southwestern College 57 Ft. Hays State 70 57 Pittsburg State 59 Regis College 88 Co-Captains Bloomer and Stine Laps go! Final CIC Standings Team W, L. Pts. Opp Southwestern 8 71 3 669 Pittsburg 7 779 642 Ft. Hays 7 762 758 Emporia State 4 680 694 Washburn 4 749 792 St. Benedicts 0 586 714 " 6 fvf, 11,y,l5,mM .ff, X-1, .gg . , .. 177 Dem bums--Rowley, Perikli I 'l'llilMllllilL Back to school, back to the books, and back came the fraternity men, sorority women, and independent sports enthusiasts to combine their athletic efforts as teams to compete for the trophies awarded the winners of each event of the marathon intramural program. For the co-eds, the Women's Recreation Association sponsored tennis, volleyball, bad- minton, table tennis, basketball, swimming, bowling, softball, archery, and photography competition. The most competitive race in recent years for the intramural championship trophy in the men's division was staged by the SigTau's and the Phi Sigs with the Sig Eps a constant threat. Here's hoping . . . 178 Vets vs. AKL-Badminton Plllll' At the mid-way mark of the season that offered touch football, golf, volleyball, bowl- ing, basketball, badminton, swimming, soft- ball, tennis, and track competition: the Sig Tau'swere leading their rivals with a precar- ious one-point margin. Highlighting the calendar of events was the inauguration of the annual "Cold Fish Culp" as a feature of the swimming program. This "unusual" was inspired by the director of the men's division, Dr. William J. Schnitzer, and his assistant, Ralph Neuses. lts results . . . Oh! Those poor little fishl lsom tries a right hook Lillian led Sig Eps What is this? 179 TRACK Richard Scott 19. F. G. Welch First Row: Matz, Hayes, Hutchinson, Walter, Scott, Davis, Shank, Armstrong, Velasquez, Cangel, Cioulden. Second Row: Thompson, Kelley, Garris, Blow, Trager, DeWeese, Linder, Thompson and Tidwell McCabe, Krehbiel, Rowley, Hawk, Utter, Tidwell, "Fran" Welch's "Cinder" squad made its I955 track debut against Omaha University and North- west Missouri State in a triangular meet at Omaha. Nebraska, March l 5. That meet was the first of four- teen appearances slated for the trackstersg included in the schedule were the Texas, Kansas, and Drake Relays. Competition in A. A. U. and National meets was scheduled to follow the conference season for the top Hornet performers. Lacking in experience but long on candidates, Welch built his squad around returning lettermen Bill Tidwell, Henry Thompson, Dick Utter, Clair Hutchinson, and Don Blow. Tidwell, the l95l CIC mile and two-mile king, and "Hank" Thompson, last season's conference 440 and 220-yard champ who won national recognition by winning the N. A. l. A. 440-yard event at Abilene, Texas, in June of l954, were expected to be E-State's consistent point-getters. 180 Tidwell, a sophomore acclaimed as one of the nation's best collegiate milers, returned to spring cinder competition after compet- ing with the best runners of the day- C-unnar Nielsen and Wes Santee. After placing second behind Santee in the Sugar Bowl Mile race at New Orleans, January 2, Tidwell ran in the K. of C. and BAA Games at Boston. l-le then ran the best time of his career in the Wanamaker Mile of the Mill- rose Games at New York, February 5. Niel- sen's 4:O3.6 set a new world indoor record -Tidwell's time was 4:lO.6. Middle distance lettermen Clair Hutchin- son and Don Blow showed marked improve- ment over last season and illustrated the effects of the conditioning gained from cross-country competition which they expe- rienced last fall. Dick Utter, Welch's only returning let- terman in the field events department, re- Dick Utter Kay Shank turned for spring competition as a pole vaulter. Utter was one of five conference athletes to tie for the vaulting crown last season when he reached his peak at 12' 9" Davis, Matz, Garris, Thompson Rex Linder Blow, Trager, Hutchinson, Hawk, Rowley. B. Linder, Goulden, Gangel, Velasquez, Armstrong 181 Tidwell. g, ., Arliss Burns Warm, southerly winds during March that at- forded early tennis practice sessions inspired the Hornet tennists to work hard to produce a ClC win- ning team. With only three returning players from last year's squad-Arliss Burns, Tom Beattie, and Jim Johnson -the new tennis coach, Dr. Robin Wood, eyed the performances of his new recruits-Claude Childers, Wilbur Besore, R. L. Coberly, Dave Heaberlin, and Ralph Farris-closely, as he considered the type of players that he needed to build a winning team. Arliss Burns, a senior and the most experienced player on the squad, appeared to be the man to lead the Hornets in their drive for the "racket" supremacy in the CIC Coach Wood, Johnson, Coberly, Heaberlin, Farris. Wayne Williams Convinced that superb "putting" is of primary im- portance to the success of any golt team, the E-State "club and iron men" devoted their initial practice sessions on the putting clock at the Country Club course. Coach E. D. "C-us" Fish surveyed the candidates with an eagle-eye as he needed a sharp-shooting threesome to team-up with his returning golfers from last season-Wayne Williams and John Jenkins. Bernard Shub and Al Tanaka displayed the "touch" in the early phase of the season. Others in the group included Jerry Trowbridge, Dick Brown, Bob Browne, Richard Lyster, Jim Armstrong, Lawrence Eudaley, and Jack West. Practice putting VARSITY GOLF MEN-Shub, Trowbridge, Brown, Browne, Lyster, Armstrong, Eudaley, Jenkins, West, Tanaka. GULF S' QI 6 . 4, F Administration . ........... .. Alpha Kappa Lambda ...... Alpha Sigma Alpha ........ Alpha Sigma Tau ......... Alpha Theta Rho ...... Band ................... Basketball ............. Beta Beta Beta ....... Bulletin ............ C. S. F. ............. . Cross Country .,..... Debate ................. Dedication ............... Delta Sigma Epsilon... Elsie Pine Library ....... Emporia State Players. Epsilon Pi Tau ........... Faculty ..................... FBLA .......... ...... Football .......... French Club ......... Freshmen ........... FTA ............ . Golf ......................... Graduates ................. Homecoming ........... Home Economics Club Adams, Howard ........ Agrelius, F. ..,,......... . Aiken, J. R .... . ........... .. Alterman, Rolland ....... Andrews, Ted .......... Arnett, Claude ....... Askew, Vida ...... Baber, C. P ......... Baehr, Herman ....... Baker, Weldon ....... Barnhart, E. L ........ Baznik, Charles ........ Biggee, Jeanette .............. Boertman, C. Stewart.. ....... Borman, Ina ............ . Bowman, Alden ........ Boylan, Laurence ...... Breukelman, John ....... .....A.. Brooks, Merle .......... Bruder, Karl ............... Buchanan, James ......... Budd, Nathan .......... Budge, Lila ........... Burger, John ...... Bush, Homer ........... Calkins, E. J ............. Caywood, Keith ........ Corrigan, Margaret ........ Cox, Mrs. Inez ........ Cram, S. Winston .... Cremer, R. G. ........ . Daughtry, Alex ........ Davey, Homer ...... Davis, Don ............... Davis, Vincent ............ Dodds-Belanger, M ......... D u lass Helen ........... 0 8 1 Duckwall, Rida ....... Eaton, Orville ........ Elcock, Harriet ....... Eppink, N. R ......... Fish, E. 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Mathematics Club ......... ..,..,., Miss Emporia State ...,..... ........ Morse Hall .................. Mu Epsilon Nu ...... Newman Club ..... Omega ....................,. Orchestra ..................... ...,. Pan-Hellenic Council ....,... ,,., , ,, Phi Mu Alpha ...,.... ..,..,. Phi Sigma Epsilon .,.......,.,.. ,,.,,,,, Ph sical Education Club. Y Pi Gamma Mu ..........,....... ,,,,,,,, Pi Kappa Sigma ............. ....,... Pi Omega Pi ............. Plays ..........,... lll0lll1'l'1l IIEX Fitzgerald, Louis ...... Fox, Irene .... ........ . Franz, Ida .............. Gladfelter, C. F ...... Goebel, Anne ...... Gray, W. H ........... Green, Kenneth ...... Hansen, Ethel ......... Hansen, Irene ............ Henderson, Pauline ....... Hendricks, Charles ....... Hendricks, Irene ..... Hess, Don .............. Hiett, Victor ........... Hodgson, Ada ....... Hoene, David ........... Hogan, Dale ................. Holladay, Howard ......... Huff, Clifton ........... Ives, Valeta ......... Jacobs, Judith ........... Johnson, M. Irene ........ Kauzer, Adelaide ..... Kelly, Marjorie Kelsey, Roger ....... King, John E .......... Kretsinger, Mary ....... Laird, Lester ........... Leibman, Jerry .......... Lemon, Gertrude ....... Liegl, Leopold ........ Long, Melvin ............. Martin. Dorothy ........... McCullough, Edna ........ McGill, E, C .............. Morris, Alvin .......... Mosher, Orville ....... Overholt, Ward ...... Pease, Joseph ..... Pedigo, Mark .... Person, Virgil .... 149 178 179 25 164 154 144 152 62 143 152 144 92 139 137 137 157 65 112 162 126 158 166 120 155 99 1 4 157 ......15, 137 . ....... 15, 5, 5, 5. 5, 148 145 163 66 15 161 5, 155, 138 5. 156 15 15 15 15 15 13 101 159 .......5, 12, 77, 83, 5, 1 44 68 145, '157 5, 65 168 5, 136, 5, 65, 160, 158 158 155 165 166 143 5 5 PCF .......... Quivira ............ Radio Club ............ Rhythmic Circle ..... Science Club ......... Seniors ................. Sigma Alpha Iota... Sigma Phi Epsilon... Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Tau Gamma. Social Science Club ....... Sophomores ......... Spanish Club ......... Splash Club ........... Student Council ....... Sunflower ............. Symphonic Choir Tau Kappa Epsilon.:--U Tennis .... ............ . ..... Track ..................... Treble Clef ............. Wesley Foundation Who s Who ............. Winnetaska ...,.... Xi Phi ........... YMCA ...... YWCA ...... Peterson, Oscar ...... Pflaum, George .... Phelps, Olive ...... 151 68 47 160 5, 163 19 157 128 122 iso 166 32 160 159 5s 61 67 1.32 182 iso 65 150 so 136 165 149 148 144 1 6 Rich, Everett ......... Roahen, Richard ...... Russell, Raymond ....... ............. , , 16 155 161 Sanders, Merritt ....... ..--------------------------- - --13 Schillinger, Ruth .................... 13, 83, 112, 152 Schmutz, Albert ...... 9 ........-.------------------ 16, 162 Schnitzer, William Seiler, William .... Sheffield, Vernon ......... Shepherd, Willard 6, 16 44 16 Shumate, Billy ........ ---- ,--- --------------- I 5 Smith, Dixon .......... ........... 1 6, 59, 149 Stephens, Homer ....... ........ 1 6, 145, 163 Stone, Edna ........... ----------------..----- I 5 Stuntzner, Edwin ....... -.-...------- 1 6, Taylor, Robert ....... Thornton, Kitty ..... Tillotson, Mary ..... Trusler, V. T ............. Tucker, Charles ............ Vander Velde, Esther ....... Vincent, Stillman 16 13 ......13, 1 1 6, 144 ........16, 145 16 Vollrath, Pearl ........ ........... 1 6 Wagner, Leon .......... ........ 1 5 Walton, Charles ...... ......---.--.------- 1 5 Warden, Della ..... ......-.....----------- I 5 Waters, Harry ........... ...---- 1 6. 59. 154 Weigand, Joseph ...... ...................- 1 6, 55 Welch, F. G ................. ........ 1 64, 168, 180 16 157 Whitten, Kathryn ........ Wilkerson, John ...... Winkle, W. L ........ -------------.---------- 1 6 Witten, Vernie ..... Wood, Darrell ....... Wood, Robin ......... Woods, Harold ....... Wyrick, Green ...,. Zeigler, Opal ............ Zimmerman, John ........ 149 151 .....16, , 16 182 138 145 .........16, 166 Ackerson, Sally .,.... Adkins, Ronald ............ ......... Agrelius, Mary Jo. Agrelius, Karalyn ..... Aiken, David ......... Alderson, Larry ....... Alleman, Beverly ..,..... Allen, Duane ......... Allen, Kerns ......... Altman Nanc ........ 1 Y Ames, Belva ........... Anders, lrene ........ Anderson, Anderson, Barbara ......... ............ 1 8, Anderson, Gene ..,.. Anderson, Jack ....... Anderson, Jane ....... Anderson, June ..... Anderson, Kay ....... Anderson, Louis ..... A ........32, 140, 158, 159 ........25, 145 41 125 ..........65, 66, 67 ......41, 136, ............32, ..,....19, 60, 115, 67, Alberta ................ 25, 139, 150 , 1 17 ........25, 112, .........25, 65, 67 136: Anderson, Twlla ........ .............-.-. 1 9, 68, Anderson, Yvonne ........................ 41, 136, Andreatta, Louis .... ..18, 60, 154, 1,60 Anstine, Lyle ............,.....-............-.---..--.. Anthony, Willetta Armstrong, James.. Arnold, Stoner .... Ashcraft, Sally ........,.... Atkins, Paul .......... 140 127 127 140 154 121 152 145 125 129 139 117 146 162 117 140 166 ....25 181 41,129,163, 180, 139 . ...... 32, Angersbach, Pricilla ...... ................ Austin, Sally .............. Austin, Sara ........ Axcell, Jane ...... ,. Babcock, Marian... '..fff.'ff .... "'.'f.'.'fff.'f..32, B 42, 152, 131, 140, 161 166 161 123 141 .. ...... ............... 4 1 115 ........41, Aubrey .,..........................,......... 19 , 123, Bacon, Arthur .,.. Bailey, Alice ........... Bailey Baird, Bob ......... . Baker, Barbara .... ............l9, 112 Baker, Baker, Baker, Baltz, Charles ....... Lea ........... Ba rba ra ,........ Bruce ................................ 32, n 166 ,4. ......25, 139, , , 157, 125, 154 123, 'll1llE1l'l'l1l1lEX Beyer, Robert ........... ....... 4 2, 144, 163 Beymer, Dianne ........ ..,..... 4 2, 142 152 Bird, Allen ........... ..........,.. 4 2. 147 Bird, Eva ................................ ................... 2 5 Birkhead, Carlotta ................................ 42, 141 Bishop, James ........ 42, 66, 144, 150, Blackim, David ..................,. , Blaylock, Don ....... Bliss, Jeannine ...... 63, 133, .......33, 117, Block, Delores .......... .:............. 4 2, 136, Bloomer, Art .............................. 164, 168, Blossom, LaVerne ............,.................---- 19, Blow, Don .....,,,.,.......... 33, 164, 172, 180 Bloxom, Gene ...... Blum, Janice ........................................ 42, Boaz, Phyllis ........................ 42, 117, 141 566614, shsfiey .... 26, 139, 145, 151, 156, Bocook, Carolyn Bohannon, Reece .................. 163 156 129 159 142 174 67 181 127 140 161 157 174 ...........26, Bohm, Eleanor ...................... 26, 65, 140, 159 Bohn, Virginia ..,....... 26, 65, 66, 67, 115, 157 Boline, Derald ...................................... 42, 168 Bollinger, Charles .... .................................. .42 Boltin, Ollie ............. ........ 2 6, 140, 155, 161 Bolton, Barbara ....... Bonar, Robert ........ 141 125 Bond, Don .......... ....... 4 2, 161 Bond, Janet ........... ........ 1 19, 157 Bonnell, Glenda ........ ....... 3 3, 123 Borgna, Jo Lynn ............. ........ 4 2 141 Boston, Garry ..........,.......... .............. 1 68 Botterweck, Mary Jane ......,. ....... 1 9, 117 Boughton, Maurice .......... ..........,... 1 47 Bowman, Bruce .............. ....... 1 9, 127 Brackeen, Charline ................ ................... 3 3 Bradley, Cecil ............................................ 137 Brandt, James ........,............................. 26, 127 Breukelman, Betty ........ 33, 67, 123, 146, 163 Brewer, Sharon ,..,....................,... 42, 142, 161 169 Bright, Jean ........ Briix, Carolyn ........ .........,.. 3 3, 66, Brinker, Nancy ......... ....... 2 6, 68, 119, Brinkman, Paul ......... ............... 4 2, 68, Briscoe, Barbara ..... .,........ ....,................. Brock, Glenna ...................... 42, 136, 140, Brooks, Merrillyn .....,.., ...................... 3 3, Bross, Phares ........... Banister, Richard ...,... Barackman, Eudora .............. 41, 140, , Barb, Carol ................ Barb, Donald .......... Barnes, Nancy ........ Barnes, Shirley ....... Barnett, Jim ,..... ...... Barrett, Carolyn ..,... Barrett, Robert .... . Bartel, Shirley ..... .... Bastin, Harold ....... Bastin, Junior ..... Bauck, Berdeen ..... Bay, Vernon ......... Beaman, Doris .............. ,. .. ...........32, 165 146 168 160 161 127, 168 147 160 161 .......41, 117, 140, 145 140 161 141, . ....................... 42 .........42, 161 136, ......42, .....32, 65, 67, 160 Beardsley, Charles ..... - ..,............................ 168 Beattie, Jeanne ............................................ 33 Beattie, Thomas ................ 33, 131, 160, 182 Beck, Joseph ....... Becker, Robert ........ Bedner, Jerry ....... Belfield, Pat ........ Bell, Donna ....... 161 66, .........25, 67, 119, Brower, Bennet ....... Brown, Beverly ......... Brown, Carol ......... Brown, Dorellis ........ 115 147 163 141 161 123 141, .......42, ..........26, Brown, Floyd ..,... .......................... Brown, Joe ............... ................ 3 3, 129, Brown, Richard .................... 42, 131, 161, Brown, ' ' Wmifred .......................... 42, 31 Browne, Robert ..........,... 26, 68, 1 , Buccino, Salvatore Buchman, Jo Ann. Buckbee, Delbert .. Buckles, Billie ....... Buckley, Charles ...,... Buckman, Paul .....,... Buffon, Donna ....... Buller, Burch, Robert .... Helen ...... ..IQ1212111Zilllliilllllfi151" 158, 161, 152 140 139 166 163 183 159 183 168 141 133 67 161 .....,.33, ........67, 141 133, 163 157 141 19 133 165 Bell, Lila ....... Berends, Jo .......... 33, .......25, 81, 121, 140 Berg, Phil ............... .........,........ 3 3, 131, Berge rhouse, Pat ........ ............... 4 2 Bernard, Roscoe .. Besharat, Hoori ..... Besore, Wilbur Best, Fran ..........,,.... 25, 65, 66, 67 ,119, 155 117 147 117 159 152 159 159 140, 157, I "1 2161" 182 157 Burns, Arliss .......... ....,... , , , 182 Burns, Betty Jo .,.... ................................ 1 40 Burns, John ........................,....,.,..,..... 33, 161 Burns, Marianne ........................ 141, 160, 161 Burns, Robert ......,....... 20, 67, 131, 162, 165 Burns, Gail ....... ................................,. , 147 Butler, Vern ....... ........ 6 3, 144, 156, 163 Bynum, Norma ...... ..... 26, 139, 150, 152 Caldwell, Joseph ............ ................... 2 6 Campbell, Charles ......... .,.................. 1 37 Cannon, Eileen ........., .............. 1 23, Carlson, Clayton ,,,.. ...,.... 2 O, 125, 157 138 Carmichael, Carolyn ...................,.........- 20, Carothers, Joe ........ Carson, Nancy ................ 33, 66, 117,158 Cartmill, Roger ........ ............... Casteel, Beverly ......... ............--.,-----... 6 6, Chamberlain, Terry ....... ,.... . --66, 67, Chambers, James .... Chambers, Ronald .. Chambers, Russell Chatham, Robert ....... Childers, Claude .... ......1ff55Q"6i',"1' 117 131 161 146 136 129 151 127 26 44 182 152 137 Childs, Charla .........,. ........ 1 41, 144, Childs, Wayne .............. ............... 2 6, Christensen, Betty ....... ...............,........ 2 6 Christensen, Clovice .,...... ...... 3 3, 121, 144 Christesen, William ......... .............. 6 6, 67 Chun, Hal .............. Ciboski, Wanda ...... Circle, Barbara ....... Clark, Betty , .... . 163 139 140 Clarke, Robert ....,.. ........................... 2 O Clawson, Jean ........... ............. 9 5, 123, 141 Clennan, Francis ........ ............... 3 3, 115, 157 Cline, Janet ........................ 20, 115, 157, 160 Clinkenbeard, Allen. ....................... 62, 147 Clodfelter, Dannie .............................. 168, 174 Clowe, Carol ..........,......... 33, 65, 66, 67, 123 Cobb, Clair ........... .....................,,........ 1 47 Coberly, R. L ....... ...... 2 0, 145, 164, 182 Coffee, Donald ....... ...... 2 6, 67, 131, 155 Coil, Virginia ....... ..................... 2 6, 123 Colvin, Jessie ....... ...... 3 3, 139 Conard, Erik ...... .........,..................... 1 33 Cook, Bob .............. ........................... 3 3, 129 Coonrod, Dale .............................................. 26 Cooper, Glenna .............. 33, 67, 140, 157, 161 Cordon, Deanna ,....... ...................... 6 5, 67, Cott, Betty ............. Couch, John .,...... Cowley, Mary ........ .......2O, 139, 148 ..,...20, 138, 143, 141 153 144 123 Cox, Hannah ......... ....................... 1 40 Cox, Mary ............. ......................... 1 41 Cox, Maxie ............... ...... 6 6, 67, 123, 141 Crabtree, Jammes ....... ...................,.......... 2 6 Craig, Pauline ............... ...... 3 3, 67, 140, 157 Crawford, George .. n n Crawford, Jim ......... fffff...fffffffff5i,'53f'55" Crawford, Rachel ..... ..................... 3 3, 117 Crebo, Nancy .............................. 33, 117, 137 129 147 160 119 Cromwell, Donna ...... 26, 67, 73, 77, 112, Cropp, David ...................................... 144, 146 Crosby, Ruth .............................................. 121, 148, 149, 151, 157, 161 Crowley, Virginia .......... 44, 67, 136, 141, 152 Crumb, Lloyd .......... ................................. 4 4 Cummins, Larry ......... ...................,....... 4 4 Cummins, Roberta .......... ......... 3 4, 148, 161 Cusic, Charles ................. ........................ 2 6 Cyphert, Frances .......... ............. 44, 141, 163 Davidson, Joyce .................. ....... 4 4 136 141 Davies, Harold ........ ...... .......... l 4 5, 163 Davis, Carolyn ........ ....... 1 15, 168 Davis, Dick ......... ............ 4 4, 174 Davis, Gary .,...... ........................ 4 4 Davis, Grace ........... ...... 4 4, 140, 157 Davis, Patricia ........ ............ 2 6, 139 Davis, William ...... .......... 1 80, 181 Dawdy, Robert ..... .............,........... 1 68 Dawson, Sylvia ....... ............ 4 4, 141, 161 Day, Christel ....... ................ 4 4, 141, 161 Deck, Merrill ....... ........ 2 6, 127, 164, 168 Decker, Eugene ...... ............, 2 7, 166 Decker, Roy ........ De 1-loft, John ...... . .. 'i:2ii:::i..2O 131, 168 Delnes, Lowell ........... ........................ 4 4 Dellinger, Steve .................................... 44, Dempsey, Dean ....... ...... 2 7, 65, 66, 131 174 127 131 133 162 Denning, Adlore ........ ...,..19, 20, 129, 147 Denning, Carroll .,..............,. 44, 129, , Denniston, Margaret ............................ 44, ' 20 60 Denny, Millard .............................. , , Deputy, Mary Alice ...,.......... 27, 115, 149, Deweese, Billy ........... ............. 4 4, 174, Dewerff, Chester ....... .................. 4 4, Didde, Rosalie ,,...... .................. 2 0, Diel, Esther ......... .......,....... 4 4, 66, Diller, Connie ....... .. Dillrnan, Mary Ruth. Dillon, Virginia ,....... ......34, 65, 117, 1 Y Dillman, Kathryn ....................... .,,20, 60, 65, 66, 67, 140, Dochow, Eugene ..............,.........,.,.....,,.,.. Dody, Margaret ...,, Dolsky, Camille .......,..,,... Donnelly, Donna ...... Dotson, Mary ......... Dow, Dianne .... , .... . Downer, Mabel .,.... Downing, Mary ......... Durner, Stephen """f5i21"56"E7"'i'i'7" 65,' 65, .......145, 41, 125 163 163 146 146 163 180 168 161 140 157 Dillman Beverl ..,,....,...........,..... 34, 117, 158 .34, 65, 66, 67 157 145 137 ...37 141 146 67 145 151 160 162 160 Downs, J1m .......,.,..,.. ....,.. 3 4, , Draper, Lee ............... ....... 3 4, 117, Drawbaugh, Duane ..... ,,,,...,,,.,,..,,,,,, 4 4 Dreasher, Richard , ...... .,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.,,,,, 4 4 Dreitz, Mary .,,.......... ...........,, 1 41, 163 Dresker, Delores .,...... ...,., 4 4, 119, 141 Duckett, Lester ................,......,,.,,....,,,,,,,,,,,, 44 Dudley, William ..,......,,..,........,..... 20, 113, 127 Dunning, Donald .....................,.....,,,..., 20, 133 Dunshee, Blanche .... 44, 66, 67, 115, 141, 161 Dupont, Delbert ...................,.......,,.,,., 34, 131 Dupont, Richard .....,..............,.....,..,,... 34, 129 125 123 Dwelle, Martha ...... .......... 25, 27, 76, Eckles, Peggy .........,,..,..,.,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,, 32, 34, 68, 92, 93, 112, 117 160, , 158, Edmunds, Donald ........,...,,,,..,. 44, 63, Edwards, Doris ........... Edwards, Jean ..... Egan, Max ....... Ehrhardt, Orva .... Eller, James ...... 68, .......44, 66, 67, 123, 34, -168 1 56 1 42 67 152 ......44, 142, Elliott, Joellen ..,,. ....,,...,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5, 115 Elliott, Leslie .......,.......... 65, 66, 67, 137, 147 Elliott, JoAnn ............ 45, 65, 66, 67, 117, 141 Ellis, Lee .,,,.,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45 Elpers, Roland .......................,.,..., 45, 163, 168 Emswiler, Nancy ,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45, 141, Engle, Robert .,.,,.,,...,..,,..,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Erickson, Lois ,.... ..... Ernst, Melba .,...... 27 Esch, Juanita ........... Eudaley, Lawrence.,. Evans, Eldon .,.......... Evans, Estel ..........,. Evans, Patricia ....... Evans, Ted ....,,...,... Everett, Paul ........... Fagerquist, Ward .,,.,..,.....,, Fagg, Beverly ......,..,.. Fankhauser Bett ....... . , Y Farmer, Roger ............. Farmer, Shirley ......... Farris, Ralph ...,...... Feldman, Enola ......... Feltner, Kenneth ...... 29, 164, ......2O, 66, 67, 136, 158, , so, 136, 155, 174, ........,.34, 67, 125, ee, ...,.........., ,34, ,.,,.,.34, .........45, F ......45, 133, ....... 45, 65, ....,..45, 123, 161, ...,,..45, 67, 141, Ferguson, Phillip .....,,..,,,,.. Fichtner, Colleen ..,,,,,,.,,,, 160 137 148 161 119 183 162 133 123 127 168 147 142 141 45 117 182 151 .,45 151 Fick, Betty ...A.......,......,...,.........,..... ZS, 27, 60, 61, 63, 68, 118, 119, 146, 147, 157, 160 Fick, Wayne ..........,...,.,.......,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 2 7 Fiedler, John ......................,, 20, 59, 133, 165 Findley, Stanley ........ 131, 166 Firth, Charles ...........,....,,.,.,,.,.,...,,,,,,,.,, 34 Firth, Harry ...,.....,..,, 27, 60, 67, 68, 141 149 160 161 Fischer, Donald .......................,..,.,,.,,,,. 45, Fischer, Leona ,...........,....,,.....,..,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 20 Fish, Mary ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 4 Fisher, Billy ........ ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 1 68 Fisher, Janet ....... ...,., 2 7, 67 117 Fisher, Rodnee ........ .,..,. 3 4, 67 117 Fitts, Martha, ......... ..,,,.. 4 5, 141 152 Florence, Marion ...... .........,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 68 Follett, Annette ..........,,.....,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45, 115 Foraker, Marilyn ............ 45, 66, 67, 117, 141 Ford, Dorothy ..........................,.,, 45, 141, 152 Ford, Robert ..,......,.........,............ 45, 131, 161 Forrester, William ...,...,..,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 27 Fowler, Margaret ..,,.,. ,,,,,, 3 4, 121, 144, 160 Fox, LeRoy ...,...,,., .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 45 Fox, Lillie .......... ,,..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 9 Frederick, Franz ..,,. ...,,, 4 S, 125, 152 Fraser, John ............... ....,,,,,,,, 3 4 133 Freerksen, Roy ,,,....,.,,,,. ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7 131 Freiburghouse, Betty ,...,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45, 141 Frint, Ernie ..............,........... 20, 149, 154, 166 Fritz, Bonnie ............ 27, 65, 66, 67, 121, 157 Fritzler, Bonnie ........,,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45, 141 Froetschner, Cordelia ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45, 141, 158 Fuls, Otto ..,..,,,..,,..,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 18, Fulton, Mary Ann .......,..., 45, 65, 66, Funk, Robert .,..... 127 138, 123, Funnell, Patricia ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 140, Furuta, Stan ...,.....,.....,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G Gale, Dorothy ...,..,..,,,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45, Gamble, Carol ................,.,,,,...,.,,, 34, 152, Gangel, Francis .... 45 125, 163, 173, 180, Gardner, Charles Gardner, Donald Garinger, Carol ....., Garriott, Floyd ..... Garriott, Gaylene .,,. Ga rris, Jerry ...,....,,,, Gassert, Leland ...... Gerber, Herma ,.,.... Gibbens, Rosalee Gilbert, Charles ....... Gile, Alma ............., Gile, Max .,....,,...,.,,,,, Gillette, Juanita ..., Ginoza, Lawrence .. Glaser, Alfred ,...... .. Glover, Betty Jo ......... Godfrey, Gerald .,...,. Goetz, Melvin ........ Goetze, John ...... Goff, Jane ........... Goode, John ........... Gorman, Jerome .... Goucher, Lois .,...... Gould, Phyllis .......... Goulden, Clyde ........... .,.......45, 144 140 168 160 168 141 161 181 147 20 40 34 45 ""'i'55"'1's1 ...111111111-.1E1:,46, 119, .........20, 90, ......20, 137, 150, 142 "'ffffQffffff21Q5, 67: 125 145 117 160 158 125 168 1f'.f.l1E',"'1'25i, ......46, 65 163 119 127 129 157, .........4e, 163, ......20, 123, .27,112,119, .46, 163, 172, 180 Grafke, Ed .......,... .....,....... 2 O, 125, 164 Gragg, John ........... Graham, Verla ....... Graves, Myrtle ...,... Graye, Donald ....... Green, Kenneth ..... Green, Virginia ..,.... .....46, 65, 67, 119 20 159 172 168 140 157 181 168 125 141 145 161 159 141 131 157 168 141 155 Gregory, Darrell .,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,, 4 5, Grieder, Joyce ......... 34, 121, 147, 148, Griffin, Malcolm ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,-,, , , Griffith, Mary ,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-- I 46, Grimes, Donald ,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 44, Grimes, James ..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-- 4 5 Gritton, Charles ...,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 4' 158 Groendyche, Doris ......... ....... 4 6, 66, 142, 158 Grubb, Laura ............. .,...... 4 6, 66, 141, 152 Grundy, Bob .,.,,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 4, 133 Culick, Mary ,,,,.,,,..,, , Gunier, Arneida .,.......... ........ Gustafson, Lucille ................ 21, 141 148, Gunzelman, Imogene Gustin, Marilyn ...,..... Haag, Marian .....,. Habig, Patricia ........ 141, H 136, Hafenstein, Marion .........,,,,,.... 46, 66, 67, Halbower, Donald .... ..............4e, 65, 67 .46,58, 117,141 154 152 117 157 151 160 Hale, Jeris .......,.... 46, 65, 119, 140, 147, Haley, Shirley ...,...,.,............ 35, 140, 148, Hall, Robert ,...... .............................,..... 4 6, Halley, Marilyn ........... Hammer, Berlin ...,.. Han, Sung Mo .,..,...., Haney, Janet ........ 35, Hannaford, Roger ,... Hanson, Carolyn ........ Hanson, Marilyn ..... Hanson, Richard ...... Harkleroad, Jerry .... Harris, Patty ........... Hart, San ............. Harter, Carl ............ Hartley, Bonnie ....... Harvey, Robert ,,.... Harvey, Wilmer .....,.... Haskell, Marian .............. 21, 65, , Hawk, Rachel ,,.....,,..........,......... , Hawk, Richard ........ 27, 64, 68, , Hawk, Robert .............. 47, 131, Haxton, Gerald ............................ 47, Haxton, Loren ...... Hayen, Marilyn ...... Hayne, Hayes, Bryce ..,...,. Hayes, Hayes, James ...,... Hazen, Heaberlin, Dave .... Max ....... Donna ....... Donald ........ Head, Roy ,.,...,,....... Headrick, Rozelle ,..... Hedrick, Elmer ..,... i1ffQQIfl18,""""M""' 140, ''65"'66"'67"'ii5"155' 1 1 1 1 1 119,145, , ..,,.. 46,119,147 150 129 157 ....27 ..166 140 46 166 163 168 141 35, 140, 151, .......27, 131 125 160 137, 123, 117, 155, 180, 125, , 66, 67 .46 125 168, 35 162 157 142 156 181 161 125 180 161, 157, ............47, 5, 115, 163 129 146 182 141 67, 123 Hedrick, Sandra .,.,.........................,,,,. 27, Heidebrecht, Jerine ........ 35, 66, 67, 151, Henning, Janis ................,,,,...,,.,.,.,.,,,, 35, Henson, Mariorie ......,.........,...... J .... 27, 76, Hermes, Robert .....................,.,.... 35, 127, Hess, Anita ................ 47, 119, 140, 147, Heydecker, Mary Lou ...,.,,.....,,,, 140, 145, Hiesterman, Kieth .,.....,.........,.......,.,,,,, 47, Higashi, Kay .........,..,. ..,,.,.,,,..,.,,,........ 2 8, Hinckley, Nadine ....... ...... 3 5, 139, 152, Hitchcock, John .... ..........,...,..,,,,....,..., Hobbs, Charles ........... ...... 2 8, 131, 144, Hochman, Betty ........ .................. 1 59, Hodgson, Delton ..... .........67, 147, 157 119 117 147 161 160 129 67 166 168 163 160 162 151 163 127 169 147 66 Hofer, Sam ........., ,................... 4 7, Hoffman, Victor .... ...........,,.......,,..,,,.,,.,,.. 2 1 Hoffmans, Ann ...................... 28, 67, 123, 163 Hoffmans, Carl ........,... 21, 61, 129, 161, Holdeman, Alpha .,.......,......,...,...,.,....... 35, Holdren, Mary ............................ 35, 123, Holdsworth, Joyce .... 28, 65, 67, 94, 136, Hollingshead, John ..............................., 47, Holloway, Judith .......,............,....... 47, 65, Holt, Gladys ........... ...........,........ 4 7, Holt, Sylvia ......... Homan, Mac ........ Hong, Jin Pyo .,..., Hoobler, Dale ....... Hoover, Larry ,..... Hoover, Shirley ....... Horiuchi, Dan ......,. Hormel, Phyllis ...,... 141, 145, .......21, 127, 66 140 159 163 161 133, ........47, 66, ........28, 131 142 168 154 Horn, Robe rt ............. Horseman, Nadine ................ 28, 95, Horton, Verna ........ Hosey, Harold Hotzel, Verda ........... Massey, Pauline 168, 123 175 157 .....47 163 .......47, 142, Howard, Delores ....... ............ 4 7, 152 Howard, Larry ........... ......... 3 5, 127 Howell, Franklin ....... .......... 1 44, 168 Hubbard, Joyce ......... .....,......... 2 1, 123 Hudson, Robert ......... ....... 2 8, 125, 144 Huenergardt, Sharon .... ....... 3 5, 123, 159 Hughes, George ...... ..............,...... 4 7 Hughes, Kathryn ...... ............,,.....,.,........... 3 5 Hull, Roselyn ......... ....................... 2 8, 65, 67 Hull, Sally .................... 35, 67, 119, 140, 157 Hunt, Patricia ............................ 35, 123, 160 Huntley, Lawrence .................................... 144 Hurst, Jewelene ....... ....,.......,........... 4 7, 116 Huston, Glenda ..,...........,..... 47, 119, 141, 152 Huston, Ruth ........................ 47, 123 161 163 Hutchcraft, Charlotte .................. 35, 140, 152 Hutchinson, Clair..28, 1.25, 164, 173 180 181 Ice, Semira ......,....... ...... 21, 145 lnde, Cary .....,............A .................. 4 7 lngwerson, Betty ,........ .............. 4 7, 141 lngwerson, Donald ...... .......,.......... 1 8, 125 lrey, Ruth ................ .,............ 3 5, 47, 145 lrving, Sally ......,.... .,.......... 4 8, 67, 117, 141 lsmert, James ..........................................,... 48 lsom, Jacqueline .....,.... .............. 48, 119, 140 Jackson, Henry ...,.......... ..................,., 4 8 Jackson, Marjorie ...,. ...,.........,....,.,.. 1 45 Jackson, Robert ........ .............. 6 6 67, 162 Jacob, Geneice ...... ....................,....,... 1 52 James, Wayne ........ ...... 3 5, 144, 140, 168 James, Lois ......... ................,.... 3 5, 140 Jenkins, John ....., ......... 3 5, 129, 183 Jensen, Norma ...... ....,,..........,. 3 5, 117 Jensen, Phyllis .... ...... 3 5, 67, 115, 160 Jensik, Jim ............. ................... 2 1 127 Jeppesen, Mary ........ ........ 139, 147 Jernigan, Jay .......... ...... 6 3, 156 Jester, Bob ........ .....,,,,,,, 2 1 Johnson, Alvin .. ...,................,.....,.,.,....,,,, 35 Johnson, Bob ..,........,................,..,.,..........,. 21 Johnson, Chester ................................ 143, 144 Johnson, James ...... 32 35, 59, 131, 156, 182 Johnson, Larry ...................... 48, 66, 133, 147 Johnson, Wanda ......,............. 28, 67, 140, 152 Johnsten, Thomas ................ 28, 131, 145, 163 Johnston, Claragene ...................... 48, 123, 163 Johnston, Patricia ................ 28, 139, 145, 150 Jones, James ....,....... .....,....,.............,.,, 1 47 Jones, Jimmie ..... ...,., 3 6, 48, 63 Jones, Lois ........ ,...,...,,,,,,,.... 1 57 Jones, Marilyn .... ...............,.,..,,,,,., 3 6 Jones, Mary ....,...... ........,..,........ 4 8, 123, 141 Jones, Robert .,.......................................,.. 175 Jones, Sylvia ............... ..., 48, 140, 158, 160 Kadel, Eldon ..,..............,........,...,,.,,,,,...,,,,. 162 Kodoyama, Gladys ........ ........, 4 8, 141 Kaeckell, Louis ........, ,........... 4 8, 129 Kahle, Richard ........ ,....,.....,,,.,,.,...., 4 8 Karolik, Nancie ..............,............. 21, 67, 115 Keating, Francis .......................,,.......,.,,...,,. 48 Keefe, Dixie ..........,........,............ 45, 142, 151 Keele, Laura ..,..... 21, 60, 143, 144, 154, 163 Keller, Carol ...,........................,..,,.,,,.,. 48, 142 Keller, Katherine ........,........,,........,,,,, 48, 142 Keller, Philip .... 36, 65, 66, 67, 149, 160, 162 Kelley, Betty ............,....,....,......,.. 28, 139, 150 Kelley, Jerry ...,...................,.., ...,,,,,,,,,,,,. 1 31 Kelley, Kenneth .......,.... ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 80 Kennedy, Mary Ann .....,... ...... 6 5, 67, 157 Kent, Richard ...... 156 Kidd, Allen ........,,.. ......... 6 3, Kimble, William ........ .......,,, 4 8, 67 Kimzey, Evelyn ....... .. ..,....,..... 48, 141 King, Betty A.....,........................... 48, 121, 142 King, wiuaam ...................,...,............ 143, 144 King, Ann .................... 48, 93, 123, 151, 160 Kinjo, Aiko ...,...................................,.. 48, 142 Kinoshita, Daisy ....,....,...,.... 48, 101, 140, 148 Kipter, Thelma ....... ....., ,..... 4 8 , 122, 157 Kirby, Ruth ...... .........................,....,.. 4 8 Kirk, Betty ....,..... ..,...... 2 8, 76, 112, 115 Kirk, Jeannine ....... , ............................ 21 153 Kirkpatrick, Kala ....... .......,.. 2 8, 140, Kirkpatrick, Riley .... ..............,,.,, 4 8 Kistner, Russell ..... .,...................,......,..... 1 68 Kline, Donald ,.............,......................, 48, 168 Kling, Mariorie ............................,....... 142, 155 Knapp, Kathleen ........ 48, 119, 141, 158, 160 Kolling, Ray .....,.,.....................,.. 21, 113, 131 Kovar, Evelyn ...................... 49, 142, 144, 163 Kramm, Patricia ..... , ..... 21, 60, 115, 160, 165 Krause, Lloyd ,,.... .............. 3 6, 66, 67, 162 Krehbiel, Anita ....... ....,....., 3 6, 65, 66, 139 Krehbiel, Verle ..,....... ...........,..... 2 8, 180 Kriegh, Nadine ............. ...,........ 3 6, 116, 158 Kruckenberg, Shirley ,................... 36, 116, 158 Kuepker, Lovella ......,.....,... 28, 140, 155, 161 Kuhn, Louise ......,....,.................... 49, 121, 141 Kuhner, Fay ...,.............................. 49, 67, 140 L Lafferty, Kerry ....... ......,........... 4 9, 133, 160 Lamb, Kelsay .,..,.,.,...........,.,. 28, 67, 119, 159 Lambert, Beverly .............,.. 28, 136, 155, 161 Lambert, Bob .,..,........,.......... 49, 133, 147, 160 Lambert, Richard ........................,..........A.... 49 Lane, James ...,.......................,........,... 36. 129 Lane, Ruth .... 49, 66, 115, 140, 152, 158, 159 Lane, Jean .,......,,........,..................... 122, 157 Larkin, Charlene .............. ......... 4 9, 142, 157 Larkin, Ronald ........ ..................... 2 8, 131 Larson, Gwndolyn .,.... .....,. 4 9, 136, 140, 152 Larson, John .......... .................,.......,..... 1 60 Lauppe, Wanda ............ ..........,............. 4 9, 140 Lauterbach, Bette .............. 28, 65, 66, 67, 157 Ledwith, Emma .................................... 36, 161 Lee, Alton ......................,..................... 21, 166 Lee, Wilma ......,,.................................. 49, 158 Lehman, Jan .... 36, 67, 95, 100, 119, 146, 159 Leiss, Arveta .......................,........,....... 28, 1 17 Lemmon, William .............A.................. 21, 127 Leo, Brydon ............. ............ 1 68 Leonard, Thomas ..,,.... ..... 1 8, 145 Lesley, Lloyd ..........,.. ............ 2 1 Lespagnard, George ..,.. .................. 2 8 Letellier, James ......... . ........... 49, 168 Lett, Van ............. ....................,... 3 6 Lewick, Betty .,.... .,.... 2 8, 117, 155 Lewis, Gloria ................ ...............A........... 3 6 Lewis, Lawrence ....,..........,..,................. 66, 67 Lewis, Rodney ,.............,........,...... 21, 91, 131 Libben, Dorothy .... 21, 66, 119, 149, 152, 157 Liggett, William .......................... 49, 125, 168 Light, Dolores ..................,. 21, 142, 146, 147 Liles, Dan .,......,.. ..................... 3 6, 131 Lillian, Gerald ...,.... ........ 2 1, 129, 179 Lincoln, John ............. ......,.............. 3 6, 131 Lindahl, Charles ,,,... ................,...,............ 4 9 Linder, Rex .,.......... ...... 2 8, 168, 180, 181 Linder, Robert ...,.... ...... 3 6, 160, 173, 181 Lindquist, Evan ...... .....,...,........... 4 9, 125 Linsey, Clarence ..,...... ,......... 4 9, 137, 163 Linton, Larry .......... ....,....... 4 9, 168 Lloyd, Theodore ......... ............,.. 3 6, 133 Loeckle, Phyllis .,..,, ,......,...... 4 9, 65, 67 Lollar, Joan ......... .,..... 3 6, 66, 67, 140 Long, Kenneth ,..,. Lonsinger, Betty ....,.. ....... 4 9, 117 Luebbe, Steve ........ ..,................. 4 9, 174 Luthi, John ........ ......,.,............,..i,...., 4 9 Lynch, Elizabeth ....... ,.,..... 4 9, 119, 140, 163 Lynch, Margaret .....,. .. .......... 36, 115, 161 Lyon, Douglas ....... ...... ..........,.. 6 2 , 162 Lyons, James ..,.............,.......,.....,,........ 49, 127 Lyster, Richard ...,....,................... 36, 127, 183 M McBratney, Hazel ............. ..,..... 4 9, 123, 142 McCabe, Roland ............ ........... 1 74, 180 McCallum, Richard .....,. .........,....... 1 68 McChristy, Ronald ....... ....... 4 9, 125 McClain, Richard ............ ....... 2 2, 131 McClanahan, Patricia ......... .....,. 2 2, 123 McClaskey, Harlan ....... ..........i.,. 1 75 McComas, Jerre ........... .......... 2 2, 166 McCormick, Mary .... ...,...,............ 1 45 McCowen, Don ............,. ....,.. 4 9, 129, 160 McCracken, Margaret ...... ....,.............., 1 50 McCready, Pauline ......... ,,..... 2 2, 139, 149 McDaniel, Larry ...,..... . .......,....i. 49 66 McDaniel, Libbie ........, McDermed, Darrell ......... McDonald, Barbara ,..... McDonald, Carl ....... McDonald, Eldon ..... McFerrin, Bruce ..... McGee, Nancy ,........ McGill, Marilyn ........ McGregor, Gary ...,... ....,..49, 142, ...36 , 66 152 147 168 140 .....,5O, McGregor, Janet ....... ......, 5 O, 67, 141, Mclntire, Nancy ............,............... 65, 67, McKeague, Allen ...................,.................... McKeever, Duane ........ 50, 66, 129, 150, McKinley, Shirley ....................,......,,... 36, McNutt, Marshall ................ .....,......... 6 6, McRae, Jo. ..,............ .............. 2 8, 136, McWilliam, Joan.. ....... 36, 67, 150, Macha, Beniamin ..,.. ...........,...... 2 2, Mackay, Carol ......... ....... 5 O, 117, Madaus, Frederick ....... 115 168 158 141 168 161 119 162 148 152 127 142 131 Maier, Charles .......,..............,..... 18, 137, 143 Mallow, Jerry ...............,...,..,......... 50, 125, 169 Maloney, Mary ........ 36, 66, 67, 139, 147, 160 Manning, Martha ........,................. 50, 67, 140 Mapes, Esta Lee ...............,.,.,.............,.. 50, 136 Marin, Lois .............. ...................... 5 O Markham, Richard ....... ................ 5 O, 125 Markley, Joan ....,.,... ...... 3 7, 115, 160 Markley, Phillis ..... ............. 2 2, 115 Marks, Larry ..,...... Marshall, Stanley ,....... 129 113, Marsland, Max ,....... ............................. 1 68 Marstall, George .,..... .,.... 2 5, 29, 61, 68, 130 Martin, Kenneth .. .,...,................,........ 36 Martin, Kenneth E. .... .......................... 1 68 Martin, Patricia ........ Martin, Robert .......... Martinez, Kenneth Mason, Jack .....,,.... Mason, Patsy ....,.... Masters, Jack ......... ......145, 146, 159 168 , ..,.,. 37, 159 117 Mathews, James ,..... .. ....,.................,..... 50 Mathews, James L .............i... 65, 66, 67, 125 Matz, Kenneth ......... ....,.......,......... 1 80, 181 Maxwell, Marcia ...... ....... 5 0, 123, 152, 157 Mays, Arlyce .......,. ............ 3 7, 136, 139 Mays, Nadene .,........ .................,. 5 O, 136 Meierhoff, Larry ...... ,................. 6 6, 67 Melio, William .,.,..... ....... 5 O, 147, 168 Merryfield, Ruth ...... ............. 2 9, 140 Merwin, Ronald ,,...... .......... 2 2, 155 Meyer, Benny ...... Meyer, Virginia ,.,..... Mickey, David .... 141 .......5O, F its Yi -if Af 'K 5 , ax tothe friendly forty When town and gown meet on Commercial Street There's always a certain euphoria That can't be deniedg it's a feeling inside Every man, woman, child in Emporia. For gown is part town and town is part gown And each by the other is needed. Hand in hand they've grown up, each from a pup As the years into history receded. Emporia State Bank Bidwell's Garrison's Music Store Baird Cleaners The Apparel Shoppe Bon Ton Cleaners Haynes Hardware Co. Kansas Power G' Light Co. Strand Theater Newman's Stanley Jewelry Spady's Shoe C7 Beauty Shop Poole's Dry Goods Bob Palmer's Barber Shop Emporia Sport Shop Emler's Cafe Sellers Jewelry Lyon County State Bank Warren Mortgage Cr Investment Co. Revell 6' McCall Shoe Store ,a.'l""""" E-Staters all know when downtown they go Their needs will be filled to the letter, Whether "Cokes" or shoes sporty, the Old Friendly Forty Give service that couldn't be better. So let the toast pass, till up a glass lWith fruit juice. of course, what else, sir?l We'll drink to your health, increase in your wealth And "innards" that never need seltzer. Blaylock's Cafe Cannon's Young Fashions Buchman's Sinclair Service: Fred J. Scott Ins. Agency Swint's Top Spot Cafe Emporia Tent Cr Awning Co E. Z. Laundry Dinette Restaurant Phil Woodbury College Studio Emporia News Depot Lawrence Motor Co. Granada Theater New Process Laundry Goodyear Tire Co. Schnakenberg Motors, Inc. Bruckner's Schulenberg Motor Co. The Mutual Building G' Loan Ass'n of Emporia The Citizen's National Bank ' PHI' .. , i RA D10 LW woolnslil is! RY TELfVlSl0N Mikesell, Gordon .. Georganna ....... Miller, Miller, Gerald .....,,... Miller, Miller, Joyce ......... Miller, Lila ........ Miller, Shirley ........ Minear, Donald ...... Minnis, Donna ..... Jack ......... ........22, 67, 115 .,......5O, 130, ......5O, 136, 141 115, 172 174 163 153 141 Minter, Duane .....,... .......................... 2 2, Miracle, Salty ....,...,............. 50, 141, 158, Mitchell, James D. ................................... . Mitchell, James K ........ ....,............. 1 64, Monroe, James ,,............,.. A..... 1 37, 155, Monneyham, Geraldine ......... .......,...... 5 O Moore, Barbara, ............ ..., ........ 5 O , 136, Moore, Carole ........,.,.... .,.................. 3 7, Moore, Phyllis ,..... .....A. 2 9, 65, 119, Moore, Rose ............ ...... 5 O, 141, 158, Morgan, Alfred ,....... ..............., 5 O, 68, Morgan, Patricia ....., ...... 3 7, 117, 160, Motter, Barbara .....,. Mueller, Carmen... Mullen, Nadine .... Murphy, Douglas ,,.. , .... Murray, Darrell .......... Mushrush, Bertella ...... 131 159 ..37 168 161 140 141 123 147 159 125 163 141 142 133 ......51, 67, ........37 Myers, John ............ ...... ....... 5 1 , Myers, Mildred .,..........,..... ..,..,............ N Nakama, Joyce ...................,........ 51, 141, Nangle, Richard...... .,.... ....,.,, 2 9, 127, Nanninga, Nancy ..,...,. Navrat, Leonard ....... Navrat, Marion ,.... Naylor, Edna ,,,. Naylor, Naylor, Marilyn ....... Helen ....,.. .....22, 65, 66 i i 119 144 145 148 147 141 125 162 1 15 ....29, 66, 67, Neff, Norma ..,........ .,........ 2 9, 94, 116, Neidig, Barbara ..,..,............ 51, 116, 141, Nelson, Annasteen ....,... 51, 119, 140, 147 Nelson, Richard .........,,,...........,............ 51, Nelson, Vaughn ,,.. ........,....... Neufeld, Ronald ,... Neuses, Ralph ........ Newby, Donald ,..,.. 157 158 160 161 161 174 168 Newlin, Charles ..,.... ................. 2 9, Newton, Lee ..,........, .,............... 3 7, 127, Nicklaus, Edward .................,...... 22, 129, Nonaka, Clara .........,.... 37, 95, 121, 144, Noonan, John ..,... .,...................,.,,,,,. 2 2, North, Corinne ,,,...,.,. ....,.,., 3 7, 67, Northrop, Thomas ......... ......... 2 9, 127, Notestine, Beverly ............ 168 174 162 148 129 119 166 142 Nuffer, Warren ..........,...,, ,.....,,,,,,,.,,,,, 2 2 Nutterfield, Mary Lou6 ,....... ,,,.,,,,,,, 2 2 Obley, Loren ........,.......................,......, 51, 147 Odgers, Barbara ............,....,.....,...... 29, 65 121 O'Donnell, Kathleen .... 51, 116, 141, 161 163 Ohama, Norika ....,....................... 37, 140, 160 Oltmanns, Jean ............................ 29, 136, 154 Opperman, Mardelle ,...,,... ....,,,,..,,,,,, 3 7, 116 Opperman, Marilyn ,....... ...,.... 5 1, 117, 141 on, Ermil ................,.. .,...... 5 1, 141, 152 on, Esther ........... .,.,,,,,,, 5 1, 67, 140 Ott, John ,......... ..,.............. 2 2, 151, 166 Ottinger, Patricia .........,.....,.............,,,,.,,,. 51 Overfield, Mary ............ 22, 60, 121, 144, 155 Overfield, Richard ...,..,.,.,.......,......,,,,,,, 51, 129 Ozbun, Carolyn ...,........ ......,,.......,...,,. 5 1, 142 Paige, Robert ,.,,,,.,,..,.........., ,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 5 1 129 Palm, Jacquelyn ....... ...... ..,.,..., 3 7 , 148 161 Park, Carol .,,........ ,,...... 5 1, 115, 140 Parker, David ...,..., ...,,.,,...,,,,,,,,, 3 7 146 Parker, Janice ..,,... ........ 5 1, 66, 141 152 Parker, Paula .....,.,, 37, 67, 152 Parry, Dwight ........ ....., 2 2, 131, 143, Partin, Lorene ........... ............. 5 1, 141 Passmore, Robert ....... ......................... Patterson, Marilyn ..,..,........., Payton, Ray .............. ...... 2 2, 127, Pearson, Ardris .............................. 51, 66 Pelton, Merettia ..............,..... 51, 66, 140 Perikli, Nickolas .........,...........,.....,............ 61, 127, 164, 166, 168 Perkins, John ............,.............. Perkins, Robert .......................,. Perry, Carolyn ..... Perry, Kenneth ..... Peters, Albert .,..,. Peters, Janice ........... Peters, Mona Dee ...,.,. Petersen, Howard ........ Petersen, Jack .......,.. Peterson, Erwin ,,,,..,.... Peterson, Gerald ....,,... Peterson, Merwin ..... Pfortmiller, Delmar... 161 144 152 168 141 160 141 152 178 147 .....,.51, ......37, 142 29: ..19, 129, 141 113 151 161 123 168 168 168 168 ffffffii ..37, . 67 1 174 Phelon, Emma .......... ........................... 2 2 Phillips, Lela .......,,..... ..................., 2 9, 115 Phillips, Mary Louise .......... 22, 140, 149, 154 Piatt, Drusilla .............. .......,,. 5 2, 123, 140 Pierce, Robert .......,,.. ....... 5 2, 133, 152 Pierce, William ........ .,...............,..,.,, 3 7 Pinder, Jolene .,...... ....,.. 3 7, 122, 157 Pingel, Eugene ....... ...... 2 2, 129, 163 Pinon, Donald ....... ......... .........,. 5 2 Platt, Carolyn ........ ........, 2 2, 122 Platz, Margaret ........ ...... 1 42, 161 Pletcher, Frances .,.... ........, 3 7, 139 Plummer, Richard ....... ...............,...., 2 2 Poe, Betty .......,..... .... 5 2, 141, 161 Poe, Jimmie ,...... ...........,....,.... 5 2, 151 Pogue, Kay ...... 52, 66, 115 140 Pohl, Dale .......,. ...,,,,...,.,,... 5 2, 125 Pohl, Norma .......... ....... 2 2, 121, 163 Poister, Carol ,...,.. ....,.... .,.,,,,,,,, 5 2 Poorman, Gary ........................,.,,,.,..... 63, 156 Pope, Roberta ............................,. 52, 117, 163 Porter, Mahlon .... 19, 23, 133, 164, 165, 168 Post, Richard ...............................,..,..' . ..37 129 Post, Ronnie .................,...,..,........ ...,.. 5 2, 168 Powell. Barbara ,,,..... Powell, Donald .....,.. 129 Powell, John .......... .......,,.,..,, , ,37, Powell, Karl ,....... ,..,,,,,,.., 5 2, 129, 161 Powell, Mary ......... 52, 66, 117, 140 Prchal, Daniel ....... ....,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 2 Price, Barbara ........ .....,,. 5 2, 140, 158 Price, Carolyn ....... .......,...,,.,,...,.,,,,,,,,, 5 2 Priestley, Russell ......, ...,.... 3 8, 63, 131, 156 Pritner, Calvin .,...,.,.,, ,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 8, 99, 146 Pritner, Jacquelyn ......, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 2 Prophet, Carl ......,...... .....,,,,.....,, 2 3, 145 153 Prose, Terry .......... ..........,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,, 5 2, 140 Pummill, Glenna .,......,,.,....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 52, 140 Purkey, Cheryl .............. 29, 94, 117, 147, 163 Pykiet, Jean ....... ..,......,..,..,.,,,,,,,,,, 2 9, 115 Pyle, Wanda ........,..................,,.,,,,,,,,,, 52, 151 Q Quaintance, Mary Jane ..,............, 23, 117, 155 Quincy, Floyd ......,..,............ 38, 127, 164 174 Quinn, Edna .............................,..,......, 141 152 R Ragan, Robert ,.....,.............,,.,,,..,,,.,.,,,, 38, 131 Ramsburg, Darrell ...,..,. ....,.,,. 2 9, 66, 67 162 Ramsburg, Lee ........, ......,.,,,.,....,.. 5 2, 66 Ramsey, Betty ....... ...... 5 2, 141, 160 Rarig, Patricia ........... ...,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 9, 115 Rasmussen, Sylvia ........ ,...... 2 9, 112, 121 Raven, Janice ,...,..,.,, ,,,,,,, 3 8, 141, 148 Raven, Mary .............,.......... 23, 139, 148, 154 Rawlings, Gwendolyn .......................... 38, 117 Ray, Ronald ..........,...... .............................. 5 2 Ready, Dorothy ......... ........ 2 3, 1 12, 1 19, 155 Reber, Catherine ...... ......,......,.............. 1 58 Rector, Mary .......... ........................... 5 2, 141 Redman, Barbara ........................ 52, 119, 161 Reed, Frederick ................,......,.... 52, 133, 168 Reed, Winona ..........,. 52, 119, 140, 147, 161 Reeves, Randall .......................... 52, 129, 161 Rentfro, Frances .......,............ 53, 65 94, 142 Rettiger, David ...... ................,. 2 9, 161 Rexroad, Phyllis ........ ........ 5 3, 58, 140 Reynolds, Rex .................., ........................ 6 6 Rice, Ruth ............,............................. 23, 114 Richards, Lonn ........ 29, 65, 66, 67, 125, 162 Richardson, Clarence ....,............................... 38 Ridgway, Arthur ............ 29, 91, 127, 164, 168 Riegle, Mary Keith ...........,.....................,.... 60, 123, 154, 157, 165 Riggert, Marilyn ..................................,. 53, 142 Riggs, Doris .................,..,........... 23, 139, 163 Ring, Jackie ..... ...... 3 8, 143, 144 Ritter, Jesse ...... ................... 1 40 Ritter, Joann ...... ...... 5 3, 114 Ritter, Lorna ............ ............ 6 7 Roberts, Montelle ...... ................ 1 68 Roberts, Roberta ......., ................................. 5 3 Robinson, Louis ,......... . ....,.................. 29, 125 Robrahn, Myrna .....................,.... 29, 116, 157 Robson, Richard .,,......... 23, 67, 137, 151, 162 Rodgers, Leva ......,, ......................... 1 42, 144 Roecker, Dixie .,.... .......,................ 5 3, 142 Roehrman, Phyllis ..... ............ 2 3, 151 Rogers, Janis ............ ....... 5 3, 140, 152 Rogers, Marjorie .....,. ........................ 3 O, 116 Rogers, Philip ........ ........................... 3 8, 129 Roller, Dale ...................... 38, 65, 66, 67, 162 Rollings, J, W ......... .................,.,............. 2 3 Romereim, Fred ........ ..............,...,..,....,,,, 1 8 Romereim, Lucille ....... .......,,, 1 8, 145 Ronen, Theodore ...... ............... 3 8, 67 Rose, John ...................... ........... 3 8, 129, 160 Rose, Margaret ........................................ .. 23, 58, 112, 123, 155, 157, 165 Ross, Marilyn ............ 53, 119, 140, 147, 161 Rost, Nellie ........,....... 23, 140, 149, 151, 154 Roth, Stanley ....................................,. 38, 130 Rothwell, James ...................................,., ..3O Rowe, Ronald ....................,...,,.....,..,,,, 38, 130 Rowley, Ed ........ 53 139, 173, 178, 180, 181 Ruckhaber, Caryl ................ 53, 141, 152, 160 Rudiger, Veva .........................,.. 53, 142, 151 Rudisill, Freda ..,... ,..,........,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,53 Ruggles, Ray ......... ,,... ............,, 3 8 , 174 Ruhnke, Linda ....... ....,.,..,.....,,,,,,, 5 3, 142 Rundell, Clare ...... .,.....,......,,....,,,, 3 8, 140 Rusk, Alvin ........ ,...... 2 3, 143, 144, 165 Rust, Margy ....... ....,................... 2 3, 121 Ryerson, Joe ..... ........,.,..,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,38 S Sanders, Stephen .................................. 38, 127 Sanford, Bonnie ..... ..,..., 5 3, 116, 140, 159 Sanner, Shirley ...... ........ 3 8, 115, 158, 159 Sauder, Janice ..,...... ............ 3 8, 123, 146 Sauder, Raymond ..,...... ................. 1 49, 166 Saunders, Catherine ....... ............... 5 3, 141 Saunders, Gerald .......... ....... 3 O, 125, 155 Schaefer, Charles ........ .................... 1 37 Schaich, Lee .............. .............,.,.., 2 3 Schalker, Arnold ....,... ..,...,......... 6 6 Schallehn, Lavern ,.,.... ,,...,, 3 8, 161 Schallehn Rosemary ....... .,....... 1 52 157 Scharft, Clarence ......., .,.....,,,.,..,....,,...,... 3 O Schaulis, Robert ...,,.. ............. 2 3, 113, 127 Scheibe, Robert D ....,...,...... 38, 129, 149, 151 144, 130, 145, 145, Schelske, Claire ....,..... 23, 143, Schelske, Leroy .................. 30, Schere, Mathias .........,....... Schif, Robert .,......... .......... Schlesener, Carol ....... ,..... 2 3, Schlicher, William ...... Schmidt, Henry ,..... 163 163 155 141, 148, 67 154 160 Schmidt, Leon ....... ................... 5 3 67 Schmidt, Madalyn ...,.. ....... 2 3, 112, 116, 160 Schmidt, Phyllis ......... ..... ,...,.............. ..... 3 8 Schmidt, Tiajuana ................................ 53, 141 Schoonover, Marilyn .................... 30, 119, 147 Schul, Charlene .................. 53, 117, 142, 160 Schuster, Jerry ,,........, .....................,....... 2 3 Schwilling, Shirley ........ ..,..... 5 3, 142, 163 Scott, Kenneth ......,... .............. 3 O, 161 Scott, Lois ..........,.., ........... 3 0, 161 Scott, Richard ........ .......,.....,.... 1 80 Seacat, Dona ,,,,.,., ........ 5 3, 67, 123 Seacat, Max ...,.... .......... 3 8, 130 Sears, Edyra ............ .......................... 3 8 Seaton, Marilyn ...... ........ 5 3, 140, 159 Seider, Bob .,.,......,.,... ...... 2 3, 129, 163 Selfridge, Sherrol ,..,....,...........,....... 23, 67, 157 Servis, Howard .,..................................,,,..... 23 Settgast, Edward ........................................ 160 Shank, Kay ........ 53, 131, 168, 174, 180, 181 Sharp, Jim ....,,..,................. 30, 113, 129, 165 Sharp, Norma ...........,...,,..................... 38, 115 Shaw, Jerry ...........,.... 53, 123, 142, 159, 169 Shaw, Kenneth .................................... 18, 144 Sheffler, Miles ........ ................. 3 8, 131, 166 Shepherd, Larry .,..,. ,....... 5 3, 66, 160, 161 Shogren, Lorene ...... ..,,..,.,.........,..... 3 0, 140 Shoup, Barbara ....... ....... 5 3, 67, 141, 152 Shub, Bernard ......... .................. 1 61, 183 Sievert, Ernst ...,...,.. .,,... 1 49, 159, 160 Simmons, Carl ,.....,.... .,.,,,.,..,,..,...,.. 1 60 Simmons, Delores ....,.,...,..........,.,................ 23 Simpson, Mary Ann ..................,... 53, 65, 141 Sisson, Carol ........... 65, 112, 123, 157 Sisson, Charles ...,,.......,.,..................... 30, 174 Sisson, Jo ............. .......... 3 9, 115, 158, 159 Sites, Charles .......... ..........,,................. 3 0 Slaymaker, Ron ...,...... .......,.... 5 3, 131, 174 Slocombe, Janet ...,.... ...,................... 2 3, 122 Small, Herbert ........ 23, 113, 125, 161 Smelser, William ..,..,, ,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 9 Smith, Donald A ...,,.,, .,.,,...,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,, 6 7 Smith, Glenn ....................,......,............ 39, 129 Smith, Harold ..,.,.,.., ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 4 7 Smith, lvan ..,.,,.. 30, 43, 144, 162, 163 Smith, Larry ....,....... ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 Smith, Lee ............ ...,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 9 Smith, Lorna ........... ..,,,..,, 2 4, 122, 157 Smith, Marianne ........ ....,,, 5 4, 140, 148, 152 Smith, Robert A ...,.... ............,...,,,,,,,,.,,,, 3 9 Smith, Robert L .,..,.. ......,,.,,,,,,,, 3 O, 129 Smith, Wayne ........ ........ 3 O, 154, 166 Smithson, Shirley ......... ,.,,.,,, 5 4, 142, 161 Snell, Hazel ,............... 140, 148, 150, 152 Soule, Sharron ..... ,.......,....,.,...,,,.,,,. 1 41, 158 Sparke, Doris ,.,..., ............... 2 4, 145, 158 Sparke, John .....,.,.. Spatz, Harlan ........,.... Spencer, Ernestine ........ 151 .54, 136, Spencer, Georgia ....,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4, 141 Spillner, Richard ,,,...,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 Stansbury, Carol ..,.,... ,,,,,,,, 5 4, 140 Stark, Donna ,.,,.,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 , 65 Starling, Mary .,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 4, 152 Staton, Ruth ......,.,....... 24 94, 115, 153, 165 Stautfer, Mary ....,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 30, 117 Stauffer, Richard ..,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4, 131 Steinle, Bud .....,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 9 Stephenson, Donna ,,,, ,,,,,,, 5 4, 141, 161 Stevenson, Macey ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 68 Stieben, Sandra ........ ...... 3 9, 65, 139, 152 Stine, Hazel J .........,......,..,........,....,... 30, 121 Stine, Joe .,.,.,,.,,,,,..,.,,.,,,....,,,.,,.,, 24, 127, 174 Stohr, Lelia .......,..,. 54, 65, 67, 115, 140, 163 Stotts, Loa L .....,... 54, 66, 67, 117, 141, 160 Stowell, Richard .......................................... 24 Stroud, Cary ,.,............................... 66 67, 162 Stultz, James ...,.... ............................... 2 4 Sutton, Jackie .,..... ......................... 5 4, 133 Sutton, Patricia .............. 39, 65, 67, 123, 157 Swart, Sharon ....... .... 5 4, 136, 140, 161 Swartz, Carolyn .,..,.. ........ 2 4, 119, 155, 161 Swayze, Shirley ...................,........ 24 141, 154 Swearingen, Ruth ........................ 54, 140, 161 Swiercinsky, Pat .................................... 25, 30 59, 60, 65, 66, 67, 114, 149, 150, 157 Swisher, Richard .......,...... ..... T ....,.......,.,..,.... 3 9 Switzer, Carol ,..,.,...,.. 30, 114, 155, 157, 161 Swonger, Carol ..........................................., 140 Sylvester, James .......... ......... ........... 5 4, 144 Tanaka, Albert ................ ..,.....,..... 1 83 Tanaka, Florence ,.......... .,.,..... 3 9, 148 Taylor, Jack ....,....... ..,...,.,.... 3 9, 129 Taylor, Mardell ........ ....,.,......... 3 9, 123 Tector, Connie ............................ 54, 142, 152 Teichgraeber, Judy .............................,......,. 24, 58, 60, 95, 114, 159 Temple, Shirley ......................,..................... 68, 99, 119, 146, 147, 157 Thomas, Betty Jo ........................ 54, 140, 159 Thomas, Victor .......................................,.... 30 Thomas, Walter .................................. 24, 131 Thompson, Christa ......,......, 39, 139, 152, 161 Thompson, Henry ........,............................... .,...,.,........,,164, 168, 172, 174, 180, 181 Thornburgh, Jerrianne ................ 54, 123, 141 Tidwell, Billy .........,.......... 164, 173, 180, 1,81 Traner, LoReta ....,.. . .....,....,................. 54 Trauth, Charles ....,... ...... 5 4, 65, 67 Trendel, Sally ...... ...................... 2 4 Trent, Jim ..........,.... ...... 2 4, 63, 156 Trimmell, Hyla .....,.. .......,,.......... 2 4, 166 Trout, Michael ........ ,,....,,..,........... 5 4, 133 Trowbridge, Jerry ..........,..........,,. 54, 130, 183 Trower, Carlie ......... ........ 5 4, 130, 161, 175 True, virgin ,,.,...,,. ,,.,,,.,, 3 9, 65, 66, 133 Truelove, Betty ....,,. ......... 3 9, 136, 148 Tucker, Ruth ........ . ....,,.......... 54, 147 Turner, Georgia ....... ,,..,....,,,. 5 4, 141, 161 Turner, Richard ...... ....................,. 3 9, 133 Tweedy, Marilyn ,..... ....... 2 4, 115, 149, 150 Tvler, C-ladis ....,... ....................,.......... 3 O U Uhrich, Cilennis ......,,...,....,, 54, 141, 151, 157 Umdenstock, Nancy ,.,,..,...,,,,.....,.,,...,. 39, 157 Umjanoo, Sadaho ......,...........,,,,,,..,.,...,,,,,.., 141 Unruh, Shirley ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55, 142 Updegraff, Frederick ............ 30, 67, 130, 147 Utter, Richard .... 39, 130, 144, 164 180, 181 Utterback, Phyllis .,...... 39, 67, 123, 157, 159 Uyeshiro, Edward ....,...,.,.......,.........,,........., 168 V VanBuren, Fred ,...,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 39, 131, VanderVelde, John ........ VanGundy, Joyce ,,,,,... Vannaman, Peggy ...,...,. VanSickle, Barbara .,...., VanValkenburg, Richard ..55. .......,...39, 161 67 161 127 Varner, Donald ,.,,....,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 5, Veach, Lynn D ........ ....,.,,,,.,....,.,.... 3 9, Veal, Marjorie ......,,.....,,....,,,,, 24, 40, 67, Velasquez, Ray ....,..,.,,,,,.,,, 55, 172, 180, Verschelden, Robert .................... 30, 131, Viets, Velma ,....... 24, 60, 94, 148, 157, 66 133 160 181 161 160 Wagner, Jean .....,.. .................... 6 5 Walker, R, J ......... ....,.....,................ 4 0 Walker, Robert .,.... ..,..,........,...,..... 5 5, 131 Walker, Shirley ......... ......... 4 0, 139, 161 Wall, Geraldine ........,,,... 40, 66, 67, 112, 115 Wall, Larry ........, ............. 2 5, 30, 58, 129 Wallace, Melvin .... .............. 5 5, 131, 161 Walling, Clara ......,... .............. 5 5, 141 Walter, Donald ......... .......,.,.........,.... 1 80 Walton, Mary .,...,.. ...... 5 5, 65, 66, 67 Warren, James ....... .......,.,.... 3 0, 129 Warren, Joyce .,.,.... .................. 4 0, 117 Warren, Laura .......... ......... 5 5, 115, 141 Warta, Patricia ...,...,.... ....... 5 5, 66, 115 Washington, Ophelia .,.... ............, 2 4, 67 Watkins, Sharon ......,... ....,.... 5 5, 142 Watts, Joyce ............ ........ 5 5, 121 Wesley, Benjamin ,...,... .,.,,...,,,.... 3 0, 127 Wegley, Frederick ........ ...............,.. 5 5, 133 Weinmann, James ........ ........ 5 5, 160, 163 Weir, Beverly .........,,. .,.... 4 0 152, 161 Wendling, JoAnn ,..,.. ..,,.,......,,...,,. 5 5 Wendling, Theresa ....... ,....... 5 5. 136 West, Jack ............... .............,..,.,.,.,, 1 83 Westerman, John ...... ............., . ,55, 125 Weston, Joyce ........ .30, 140 145, 148 Wheat, Betty ...,,... ....,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 5 Whistler, Darrell ....... ........ 2 4, 58, 127, 165 White, Edward .....,,...... ...........,..,.....,. 5 5, 68 Whitney, Bernard ......... ...,,.,.,.,,,,,,, 5 5, 131 Whitson, Charles ...,.. ....,.,,,,..,,.,..,. 5 5, 133 Wiebe, Carl .,......... ............,.......... 2 4, 155 Wiebe, John .................,.............. 55 127, 161 Wiegers, Rosemary ............ 40, 153, 160, 163 Wiesedeppe, Carol .,.,................,,..,,.... 55, 141 Wilhite, Karol ........... ........ 4 O, 67, 125, 162 Wilhm, Jerry ......... ......,. 1 8, 143, 145, 163 Wilkens, Adele ....,....... ......,....,..............,.. 1 41 Willhaus, Kathryn ,,,.,,,,.,...,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 31, 140 Williams, Carol .......,..,.,.......,.....,,,,,,,,,, 55, 123 Williams, Cecil ...... ......,.. 3 1, 129, 164, 183 Williams, Jerry ......... ............., 3 1, 113, 125 Williams, Stanley .,...... .,.,....,...,...,,,.,,,,,..,, 5 5 Wills, Robert ............. .,..,, .,,,,,,,,,, 4 O Willson, Charles .,... 1 .. ......,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 Wilson, Catherine ..,,. ,.,,,,,, 5 5, 141, 152 Wilson, James .......,... ........,,,.,,,.,..,,,, 5 5 Wilson, Kathleen ...........,.......,.,.. 40, 140, 157 Wilson, Merriam .,...,,.,.,.,., L ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 24, 58, 60, 76, 112, 121 Windsor, Nelda .... 66, 123, 140, 158, 159, 160 Wineteer, Michael ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 56, 131 Wingo, Virginia .....,..............,,..,. 56, 140, 166 Winkler, Shirley .,..,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 140 Winters, Sharoh ....,,..,,,.,...,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 25, 31 59, 60, 61, 68, 119, 155, 157, 161, 165 Wischropp, Theodore ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 56, 160 Wisler, Carl ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 1 Witten, Maurice ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4, 144 Wolfe, Bobby ,..,...,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 0 Workman, Virdilee .,,,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 O, 147 Woten, Sonya ........... ,,,,,,,, 4 O, 115, 157 Wrench, Ed ..,.,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 1, 129 Wuertz, Shirley ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 45 Yang, Sook ........ ..,,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 8, 139 York, Thomas ........ ,....,,. . ..56, 63, 133, 156 Youle, Sarah ..,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 O, 117 Young, Vance -------,. .,..,..,... 5 6, 67. 162 Yuia. 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