Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

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V -3 5 1 ' :G ,L W T ,au if gig 1 :N -3 ., , - i W X W ' 2 " " 5' is Q 5 M . H , , 9, , img - izsw S THE MAN BEHIND THE PROGRESS When Dr. John E. King arrived on campus in Septem- ber, l953, to become Emporia State's president, he found enrollment at its lowest point in many years. Cuts in faculty strength had already been made, and more were indicated if the trend continued. At a time when Kansas schools were faced with the problem of educating a bumper crop of chil- dren, prospective teachers were becoming ever fewer. Parched by drouth, the campus presented a rather drab appearance to Dr. and lvlrs. King and their two daughters, Ann and Rebecca on that early September day, and useless old Kellogg added a further touch of decay. But he hadn't taken the position to preside at a funeral. He knew that the college's educational program was basically sound, and that the state's need for its services was greater than ever. After surveying the physical and human resources avail- able, the new president decided that the taxpayers of Kansas had provided facilities for at least SOO more students than the college was accommodating. He discovered from surveys he ordered that many of the top third of Kansas high school graduates attended no college, and that lack of financing was the major deterrent. Working with and through the proper professional and state agencies, President King helped to educate the public to the need of harnessing its brainpower and increasing the potential of its population through educa- tion. Labor unions, industries, civic organizations and indi- viduals responded with scholarship aid for deserving students. Job opportunities on and off campus increased, and the at- tractions of teaching as a profession were emphasized, Result: Enrollment boomed, promising an end to the teacher drouth in Kansas. To help provide for the increased enrollment, Dr. King turned his attention to strengthening the curriculum and the faculty, and to improving the physical plant. Course offerings were improved and expanded, faculty members were given leaves and sabbaticals to improve their professional standing and abilities. A campus irrigation system restored the chloro- phyll to tired grass and ageing trees. Paved roads replaced dirt and gravel access routes to new, hard-surfaced parking areas. Work began on an addition to the Student Union which will solve the food service problem next fall, and plans are being drawn for more and better student housing. It is doubted if ever in its history has Emporia State made as much soundly based progress as in i955-56, The Sunflower is proud to salute the man behind that progress, President John E. Kingl A GOOD ADMINISTRATION GOVERNOR FRED HALL BOARD OF REGENTS LESTER MCCOY Chairman MRS. ELIZABETH HAUGHEY WILLIS N. KELLY OSCAR S. STAUFFER RAY EVANS McDILL BOYD LAWRENCE MORGAN ARTHUR W. HERSHBERGER WALTER FEES HUBERT BRIGHTON Secretary I2 In his efforts to increase the services of the college to the state and nation, the President had the respectful attention and assistance of Governor Fred Hall, and of as conscientious a group of men as ever labored over the prob- lems of higher public education as a Board of Regents, The legislature, too, showing a ma- turity that holds bright promise for education in Kansas, put aside party and partisan con- siderations to work for the improvement of the state schools, while seeing to it that other necessary and legitimate interests of the state were not neglected, On campus, the President welded a team of intelligent, hard-working administrators who embody the best traditions of service and leadership. Riley D. Sformont Superintendent of Mointenonce VICI'0f TYUSICY Rufh Schillinggr D2-BH of M20 Dean of Women 'ROVIDED A SOLID FOUNDATION Much of the midnight oil that is burned on campus glows in the offices of these admin- istrators, ln the past year, enrollment pro- cedures have been improved and simplified, counseling services have been expanded, and the well-kept lawns, gardens and buildings testify to the almost round-the-clock efforts of the maintenance men. Off-campus services of the college to the state have also been expanded, largely through the efforts of the Field Services Office. Public relations-that is, the continuing effort of the college to keep the public informedihas never been better. The Bureau of Measurements serves an ever-increasing clientele across the nation, and at home, the Business Office keeps close watch on income and outgo. An increase in graduate enrollment has increased the de- mands on the head of that division, who also serves as librarian for the finest college library in the state. PRESIDENT JOHN E. KING i l Raymond C. Cremer Harry J. Waters Merritt W. Sanders Lawrence C. Boylan Business Manager Registrar Director of Bureau of Director of Student Measurements Personnel Services Alden Bowman Orville Eaton Nathan P. Budd Alex A. Daughtry DIFGCTOV of lI'1fOffY13Ti0I'1 Director of Graduate Administrative Director of Field Services and Publications Division Assistant I3 FACULTY BIOLOGY EDUCATION ART BUSINESS FACULTY ENGLISH HOME ECONOMICS FOREIGN LANGUAGE INDUSTRIAL ARTS FACULTY MATHEMATICS MUSIC LIBRARY SCIENCE MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY SPEECH Q., , PHYSICAL SCIENCE ws SOCIAL SCIENCE WOMEN' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION 17 YOURS AND MINE . .. The school year is over and many of you as seniors have left not to return next year. You are now looking to the future with its many promises. Yet many times in the years to come you will look back and remember the days you spent at E-State. You will remember the beauty of the campus as it changed with the seasons, the social life with its gaiety, fun and some- times frustrations, the classes and cramming for exams until wee hours of the morning. But most of all you will remember the people you met, the friends you made and the shared experiences which helped you to be- come a better person. We of the l956 Sunflower staff hope that this book will preserve for each and every one of you memories of you and your school as they were in l955-l956. For it has truly been a year to rememberg a year of progress and promise. Christa L. Thompson if TC -I X J 66444 6 ENROLLMENT HITS ALL-TIME HIGH ,ff wr' But l've never had any speech classes before. .4 The campus buzzed with activity as 2l3O students were enrolled, 712 of which were freshmen. Thanks to the vigorous leadership of President King, E-State boasts the establishment of an all-time record for resident college level enrollment. By the time I get there the class will be Thank goodness l'm almost finished closed' 20 ' l FIRST ROW Orval W. Beck Prescott Nona R. Berghaus Plains John M. Dodd Whitecloud Charles A. Gilbert Topeka SECOND ROW John A. Harger EITIDOYIO Harold R. Hosey Medicine Lodge Melvin R. Johnson Cassoday Clara L. Kaufman Gridley THIRD ROW Clarlotte Klusmire Holton Victor G. Malasquez Lima, Peru Jack L. Mason McPherson FOURTH ROW J. Z... H' Felieieleel Mendoza Manila, Philippine lslenels Nellie J. Mitchell Meridian ll F Frederick M. Moore Teterville E I F' N FIFTH ROW Qt John C. Moreland Hutchinson Keisuke Nakasone Hokuzan, Okinawa Mahlon E. Porter Cottonwood Falls Rae D. Roberts Emporia SIXTH ROW Frances L. Taylor Norman N. Thompson Billie D. Watts Fred J. Wichert Salina Emporia Winfield Emporia J 21 OFFICERS - Gerald Saunders, Secretary -Treasurer: Harry Firth, Presidentg Ed Wrench, Vice-President. ,. - VL a RSE? Vg Q K :,r r r K li Q 'I , f-:,' ff- ' V V " Siu, l A A I i if f A 1- 533. R . rrr r . . 2 l f ffil -'-' ' . rr, at . if A ..i SENIORS FIRST ROW BOBBY L. ABBOTT Social Science Sigma Phi Epsilon. RONALD L. ADKINS Business Pi Omega Pi. MARY JO AGRELIUS Biology and Business Beta Beta Beta, Pi Omega Pi, Science Club. CHARLENE P. ALLEN Jetmore Burden Emporia Emporia Psychology and Sociology Alpha Sigma Tau. , SECOND ROW DUANE R. ALLEN Social Science Emporia Phi Sigma Epsilon, Pi Gamma Mu, lntertraternity Council. 1 ALBERTA R. ANDERSON Elementary Education Uticd F.T.A., Y.W,C.A., Winnetaska, Band, Kappa Phi, Wesley Foundation, Orchestra. DORETTA P. ANDERSON Elementary Education Alpha Sigma Tau, Newman Club. LOUIS P. ANDERSON JR. Music Phi Mu Alpha, Student Council, Band, Newton Emporia Orchestra, Choir, Canterbury Club, Xi Phi, Men's Choral, Emporia State Players. THIRD ROW LYLE D. ANSTINE Elementary Education WILLETTA ANTHONY Mathematics CHARLES C. BAKER Arkansas City Kansas City, Mo. Garden City Mathematics and Physical Education LEA ANN BAKER Social Science Kappa Delta Pi, Library Science Club, FOURTH ROW RICHARD E. BANISTER Personnel Administration K-Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Football. ROBERTA B. BARRETT English SHIRLEY JO BERENDS Art Alpha Theta Rho, Pi Kappa Sigma, W.R.A. HOORI BESHARAT Home Economics Alpha Theta Rho, Home Economics Club, 22 Muncie Emporia Emporia Garden City Tehran, Iran Alpha Sigma Tau. SENIORS FIRST ROW HELEN F. BEST Hazelton Music Sigma Alpha lota, Treble Clef, Choir, Ensemble Singers. SHIRLEY A. BOBEK Caldwell Science Beta Beta Beta, Pi Kappa Delta, Library Club, Omega, Sigma Pi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi. REECE C. BOHANNON Cedar Vale Physical Education Student Council, Inter-Faith Council, K-Club, Basketball, Track, Football, Band. SECOND ROW ELEANOR R. BOHN Elementary Educ. VIRGINIA H. BOHN Music Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pi Kappa Delta, Sigma Alpha lo OLLIE L. BOLTIN Business Pi Omega Pi, FBLA, Home Economics Club, FTA. THIRD ROW CECIL R. BRADLEY Business Administration Pi Omega Pi, Mu Epsilon Nu. PATRICIA A. BRADLEY Home Economics Home Economics Club, Winnetaska, FTA. JAMES K. BRANDT Biology Phi Sigma Epsilon, Football, Basketball, Baseball. FOURTH ROW JEAN L. BRANDT Business Sigma Phi Epsilon. NANCY J. BRINKER Elementary Education Delta Sigma Epsilon. DORELLIS J. BROWN Elementary Education Who's Who, Kappa Delta Pi, FTA. FIFTH ROW ROBERT L. BROWNE Business Sigma Tau Gamma, FBLA. SHIRLEY K. BRUNO Home Economics Alpha Sigma Alpha, Home Economics Club, FTA, Science Club. PAUL J. BUCKMAN Elementary Education SIXTH ROW RICHARD W. BURKEY Physical Science Lambda Delta Lambda. NORMA L. BYNUM Elementary Education Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, FTA, JOSEPH C. CALDWELL Physical Science SEVENTH ROW ANDREW T. CARROLL Physical Education Football, FTA. BARBARA K. CARSON Chemistry Math Club, German Club, Lambda Delta Lambda. RUSSELL W. CHAMBERS Business EIGHTH ROW JOHN R. CHEUVRONT Business Administration Pi Omega Pi. WAYNE S. CHILDS Retailing Mu Epsilon Nu, FBLA. BETTY L. CHRISTENSEN Physical Education Physical Education Club, FTA, WRA. 23 TO. Holton Alma Madison Marysville Florence Emporia Topeka Arkansas City Newman C St. Marys Emporia lub, Social Shawnee Emporia Winfield Preston Emporia Burlingame Newton Oxford Elmdale McPherson SENIORS FIRST ROW HAI C. CHUN Social Science DONALD R. COFFEE Business Administration Sigma Tau Gamma, Pi Omega Pi, Choir, FBLA. EILEEN C. COZINE Elementary Education SECOND ROW DONNA L. CROMWELL Elementary Education Delta Sigma Epsilon, Panhellenic Council, FTA, RUTH A. CROSBY Business Pi Kappa Sigma, Home Economics Club, Interfaith Ca PCF. JOHN O. CYPHERT Business Administration THIRD ROW PATRICIA A. DAVIS , Elementary Education Elementary Club, Winnetaska, FTA. MERRILL R. DECK Physical Education Phi Sigma Epsilon, K-Club. EUGENE DECKER Social Science Sigma Tau Gamma, Social Science Club. FOURTH ROW LAVETTA M. DERFELT Business Pusan, Korea Hutchinson Greenleaf Sedan Ashland FBLA, FTA, uncil, Geneseo Ottawa Protection Abiline Cottonwood Falls Interfaith Council, Social Science Club, Band, FTA, FBLA. LELAND DILL Business Administration Pi Omega Pi. MAURICE D. DIETZ Art FIFTH ROW VIRGINIA M. DILLON English Library Club. DONNA L. DONNELLY Speech Pi Kappa Sigma, Treble Clef, National Collegiate Players. MARY H. DOVER Elementary Education Dappa Delta Pi, Interfaith Council, FTA. SIXTH ROW DIANNE B. DOW Elementary Education Library Club. CLIVE DUNN Social Science Phi Sigma Epsilon. MARILYN J. ENGLE English FTA. SEVENTH ROW LOIS A. ERICKSON Music Winnetaska, Choir, Band, YWCA, FTA, LAWRENCE D. EUDALEY Physical Education Sigma Phi Epsilon, Basketball. RALPH S. FARRIS Accounting Pi Omega Pi, FBLA. EIGHTH ROW BETTY L. FICK Art Emporia Harper Garden City Emporia Lincolnville Caney Formoso Nickerson Leona Wichita Oxford Newton Delta Sigma Epsilon, Omega, Alpha Theta Rho, Emporia State Players, National Collegiate Players, FTA, Radio Club, Who's Who, Xi Phi, Sun- flower Editor. WAYNE W. FICK Education Kappa Delta Pi, FTA. HARRY W. FIRTH English and French Abiline Mission Xi Phi, Interfaith Council, French Club, Canterbury Club, Senior Class President, YMCA. 24 SENIORS FIRST ROW OPHELIA FLORES Physical Education Spanish Club, Orchestra. DORIS L. FOLLIS Physical Education Alpha Sigma Tau, Sigma Pi Sigma, Rhythmic Circle, Club, WRA. OLIN T. FORAKER Business Sigma Tau Gamma, FBLA. SECOND ROW WILLIAM D. FORRESTER Accounting PHYLLIS D. FREERKSEN Elementary Education Delta Sigma Epsilon. BONNIE L. FRITZ Music Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Alpha Iota. THIRD ROW DONNA J. FROETSCHNER Elementary Education Kappa Phi, Choir. WILLIAM S. FUJIKAWA Elementary Education Hawaiian Club. JERRY A. GARRIS Business FOURTH ROW ELMER J. GATZ Business Phi Sigma Epsilon. IRL J. GEORGE Business VERNE D. MOSER Mathematics Phi Sigma Epsilon. FIFTH ROW DARLENE GILMAN Elementary Education Rhythmic Circle, FTA. SHIRLEY S. GORDON Elementary Education Omega, Elementary Club, FTA. PHYLLIS J. GOULD Speech and English ' W Delta Sigma Epsilon, Emporia State Players, Who's Omega, Xi Phi, FTA. SIXTH ROW JOHN L. GRAGG Accounting Alpha Kappa Lambda. ROBERT H. GREENLEE Business Phi Delta Chi, Commerce Club. DONALD H. GRIMES Accounting Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Omega Pi. SEVENTH ROW MARIAN L. HAAG Elementary Education Alpha Sigma Tau, Library Club, FTA. DONALD G. HALE Business Administration MARILYN M. HALLEY Home Economics Home Economics Club, FTA. EIGHTH ROW WILLIAM R. HAMBLE Music Sigma Tau Gamma, Phi Mu Alpha. LEANNA HARRISON Physical Education Physical Education Club. BONNIE J. HARTLEY Library Science Library Club. 25 Bethel Augusta Winnetaska, Spanish Waverly Emporia Menlo Silver Lake Larned Kauai, Hawaii Emporia McPherson Neosho Falls Augusta Olivet Eureka Great Bend ho, Summer Theatre, EI Dorado Emporia Emporia Holton Chanute St. John Emporia McPherson Wichita s, g. ...Q . 44 i, .,.L, .. SENIORS FIRST ROW RICHARD C. HAWK Osawatomie Business Alpha Kappa Lambda, Xi Phi, Pi Omega Pi, WhO's Who, Bulletin Editor, Pi Kappa Delta, Phi Mu Alpha, President of Student Council, Debate. DONALD W. HAZEN Speech and English E-State Players, Summer Theatre, NCP. SANDRA ANN HEDRICK Business Sigma Sigma Sigma. SECOND ROW DARRELL W. HEDRICK Business KAY KEIKO HIGASHI Business Hawaiian Club. CHARLES F. HOBBS Chemistry Centralia Emporia Emporia Honolulu, Hawaii Emporia Sigma Tau Gamma, Lambda Delta Lambda, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Science Club, German Club, THIRD ROW BETTY HOCHMAN Art Alpha Theta Rho. ANN MARIE HOFFMANS Elementary Education Ellsworth Emporia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Newman Club, FTA, Home Economics Club, Splash Club, Summer Theatre, Choir. GLADYS M. HOGG Elementary Education Pi Kappa Sigma. FOURTH ROW JOYCE E. HOLDSWORTH Music Delphos Abilene Sigma Alpha lota, Treble Clef, Ensemble Singers, Interfaith Council, Choir, Band, Orchestra, Winnetaska, YWCA. EDWIN L. HOLLAR Physical Science Lambda Delta Lambda, Kappa Mu Epsilon, German Club. TOMMIE D. HOSKINS Social Science and English Emporia Emporia Xi Phi, Student Council, Bulletin Editor, Pi Gamma Mu, Who's Who. FIFTH ROW HOWARD S. HOUSER Business RICHARD L. HOUSLEY Mathematics Lambda Delta Lambda, Kappa Mu Epsilon. ROBERT P. HUDSON Mathematics Math Club, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Student Council, Phi Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi. SIXTH ROW CLAIR HUTCHINSON Physical Education Alpha Kappa Lambda, K'Club. LOIS MAE JAMES Business Home Economics Club, FBLA, FTA, YWCA, Pi Omega Pi. ROBERT L. JACKSON Business Phi Mu Alpha. SEVENTH ROW FRANKLIN JENSEN English CHESTER C. JOHNSON I Physics and Mathematics PATRICIA R. JOHNSTON Home Economics and Library Science Library Club, Pep Club. EIGHTH ROW ELDON R. KADEL Business Phi Sigma Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Pi Omega Pi. EUGENE C. KASPER Education BETTY LEE KELLEY Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi, FTA. 26 Mu Emporia Emporia EI Dorada lpha, Kappa Delovan Princeton Kansas City Admire Emporia Hutchinson Lincoln Alma Winfield SENIORS FIRST ROW GERALD W. KELLEY Business Education Sigma Tau Gamma, FBLA. KALA S. KIRKPATRICK Elementary Education Sigma Pi Sigma, FTA. ROBERT KOEHN Industrial Arts and Physical Education K-Club. SECOND ROW VERLE L. KREHBIEL Elementary Education WILLIAM D. KRUG Social Science Phi Sigma Epsilon. LOVELLA K. KUEPKER Business Pi Omega Pi, Social Science Club, FTA. THIRD ROW JEAN LANE Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma, Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, FTA. JOYCE L. LANIER Elementary Education FTA. RONALD J. LARKIN Business Sigma Tau Gamma, Pi Omega Pi, FBLA. FOURTH ROW BETTE J. LAUTERBACH Music Sigma Alpha Iota, Band, Orchestra, Choir, FTA. ROBERT W. LEE Elementary Education FRED H. LEIVE Industrial Arts FIFTH ROW GEORGE J. LESPAGNARD Physical Education BETTY A. LEWICK Business Alpha Sigma Tau, Xi Phi, Pi Omega Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, LEWIS R. LEWIS Business Administration Sigma Tau Gamma, SIXTH ROW REX L. LINDER Physical Education ROBERT D. LINDER Social Science Social Science Club, Spanish Club, Kappa Delta Pi, K-Club. ROBERT R. LONG Business and Biological Science Alpha Kappa Lambda. SEVENTH ROW DARRELL W. McDERMED Accounting Sigma Tau Gamma. BRUCE R. McFERRlN Accounting Sigma Tau Gamma. ZORA F. McKlNNEY Education Kappa Delta Pi, Wesley Foundation, FTA. EIGHTH ROW JO E. McRAE Education Winnetaska, FBLA. STANLEY M. MARSHALL Business Sigma Phi Epsilon. GEORGE L. MARSTALL Business Administration Sigma Tau Gamma, Who's Who, Newman Club, Xi Phi, Bulletin Editor, Kansas City Council Grove Cimarron Rosalia Hudson Thrall Holton Atlanta Florence Clearwater Dunlap Kansas City Cedar Point Lincoln Bulletin. Lebo Langdon Lindsborg Emporia Emporia Emporia Howard Herington Eureka St. Marys Pi Omega Pi, I-sf we -s.-iiiiw.. ,.H3fsi,,,s.5af..i Q, , Q .3 M S ii ,, .... Q1 I. I will Qmiazisf ' ., f as 97EQ:l5ff2f-.E .. I X1 Y. 152, no W. .. ... sm .f iviriggiig I H:-:FS isvierei fi2?52.7i???v !i.'if1.ffgS g :fig ti.i:vilYf:W2g2.gJg, 5,55-'gggg -1-2521. .11 -v:gsffs.w 1 .5 Vk,,., ,.,- i . k.,, ,1.,,,s.. fi 7 W .f,:-ffzmifgy. ty: .2 ...-. 'k-k ,f-k - g: kk,, M W fu 1, . 0,111,315,154 '- -. r H ,V ,, , A 1- . .':w. ...:Kn'1e: . , Wu 5--gs ng a . Q H 5. . -'Sk 82 S2 ti Sgliws' mf ri! 2 :T 1, 5 Wsws1f+2Mifesfs2gmf2.-wgr:w.,11g,fg1,..., few, we--1 f.,.....f,, igrwfei Q ? 22 sf' 1- iff. 1 1.- , 5 , 2s.'ifeisf?' V., 2. ..:1.:.a., gg.jk:?: ? K. V. ifiI?7'flV:'.fg ' ' I ,k.hkk .gig 'k-hk -., . 'L I, ' SENIORS FIRST ROW DON MARTIN JR. Oyerb,-ook Business NINA R. MERRIFIELD Bunker Hill Education FTA. JACK J. MILLER August-g Business Sigma Phi Epsilon, K-Club, FBLA. SECOND ROW SHIRLEY L. MILLER Augusto Elementary Education Alpha Sigma Tau, Kappa Delta Pi, FTA. JAMES I. MONROE Council Grove Accounting Mu Epsilon Nu, Pi Omega Pi. PHYLLIS M. MOORE Hutchinson Music Delta Sigma Epsilon, Radio Club, Treble Clef. THIRD ROW LOWELL C. MORGAN Atwood Social Science ROBERT L. MORTON Emporia Social Science BRUCE E. MUSGRAVE Emporia Business Administration Pi Omega Pi, FBLA. FOURTH ROW MARILYN J. NAYLOR Emporia Music Sigma Alpha Iota. NORMA F. NEFF Lamar, Colorado Physical Education Alpha Sigma Tau, Kappa Delta Pi, Physical Education Club, Rhythmic Circle, Sigma Pi Sigma, French Club, Cheerleader. JAMES L. NEUFELD Emporio Accounting Tau Kappa Epsilon. FIFTH ROW DONALD R. NEWBY Salina Art EDWARD D. NICKLAUS Peabody Industrial Arts and Physical Education Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha. ROSE NICKLAUS McPherson English SIXTH ROW JUANITA M. NIELSEN Homewood Elementary Education YWCA, FTA. CORINNE J. NORTH Soffordville Business Delta Sigma Epsilon. JAMES NORTH JR. Americus Business Administration SEVENTH ROW LESLIE V. OLM EMPOYIG Social Science Pi Gamma Mu. JEAN I. OLTMANNS Moundrid9e Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi, Winnetaska, FTA, EUGENE M. OTIS WIISSY Biology EIGHTH ROW JOHN B. PERKINS EmP0"I0 Physical Education L. CHARLES PETERSON Coldwater Industrial Arts Sigma Phi Epsilon. Salina GERALD L. PETERSON Business Administration 28 SENIORS FIRST ROW LELA L. PHILLIPS Business Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pi Omega Pi, FBLA. AUBREY F. PONTON Industrial Arts GARY L. POORMAN Speech SECOND ROW JEAN I. PYKIET Elementary Education Alpha Sigma Alpha, FTA. DARRELL S. RAMSBURG Music Phi Mu Alpha. SYLVIA M. RASMUSSEN Home Economics Pi Kappa Sigma, Home Ec. Club, Sigma Pi Sigma. THIRD ROW CATHERINE E. REBER Physical Education Physical Education Club. DAVID J. RETTIGER Accounting Pi Omega Pi, FBLA, Newman Club. LONN E. RICHARDS Music Education Alpha Kappa Lambda, Phi Mu Alpha, Men's Choral, FOURTH ROW CLARENCE M. RICHARDSON Elementary Education FTA. ARTHUR A. RIDGWAY Physical Education Phi Sigma Epsilon, K-Club. MYRNA L. ROBRAHN Home Economics Alpha Sigma Tau, Home Economics Club, Alpha Theta Rho. FIFTH ROW BEVERLY L. ROBINSON Business Education FBLA, Winnetaska, YWCA, Pi Omega Pi. MACK E. ROBINSON Business Administration MELBA E. ROSWURM Business Education FBLA, Physical Education Club, FTA, Pi Omega Pi, Kappa SIXTH ROW JAMES M. ROTH Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon. JAMES B. ROTHWELL Elementary Education GERALD E. SAUNDERS Accounting Alpha Kappa Lambda, FBLA, Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Omega Pi. SEVENTH ROW CLARENCE W. SCHARFF Mathematics Phi Sigma Epsilon. DONALD E. SCHIESSER Pre-Engineering CAROLE R. SCHLEHUBER Social Science Ensemble Singers, EIGHTH ROW EUGENE H. SCHROEDER Accounting BILLIE E. SCOTT Business and Physical Education Physical Education Club, WRA, Pi Omega Pi. KENNETH E. SCOTT Business Administration 29 Emporia Ottawa Hutchinson Council Grove Emporia Council Grove Newton Strong City Mulvane Wilsey Ogallall Lakin Cedar Point Emporia Americus Delta Pi. Emopria Edgerton Downs Burlington Allen Marion Tipton Centralia Syracuse 'FIN 5?.!!.9R5 EDWARD E. SETTGAST English and Spanish Spanish Club. JAMES T. SHARP Business Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon, Student Council, Xi Phi, Bulletin, MILES A. SHEFFLER FBLA. Social Science Sigma Tau Gamma, Social Science Club, Pi Gamma Mu. SECOND ROW ELIZABETH M. SHEPHERD Education FTA. ALBERT A. SILL Business Sigma Tau Gamma. KENDALL L. SIMCOX Biology THIRD ROW CARL D. SIMMONS Industrial Arts Phi Sigma Epsilon, FBLA. CHARLES M. SISSON Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau, Kappa Delta Pi. ROBERT A. SLAGLE Physical Science Phi Sigma Epsilon. FOURTH ROW BELFORD E. SMITH Business IVAN C. SMITH Chemistry Emporia Emporia Newton Langdon Emporia Kansas City Emporia Englewood Narka Seneca Horton Sigma Phi Epsilon, Math Club, Science Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Lambda Delta Lambda. ROBERT L. SMITH Social Science Sigma Phi Epsilon. FIFTH ROW H. FLORENCE SNELL Elementary Education FTA, Kappa Phi, Wesley Foundation, Omega, Kappa Delta Pi. JEAN STINE Library Science Marysville Johnson Kansas City Pi Kappa Sigma, Math Club, Sigma Pi Sigma, Library Club, FTA. PATRICIA J. SWIERCINSKY Belville Music Alpha Sigma Alpha, Band, Choir, Kappa Delta Pi, Home Economics Club, FBLA, FTA, Xi Phi. SIXTH ROW CAROL A. SWITZER Gridley Business Alpha Sigma Alpha, Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi, Home Eco- nomics Club, FBLA, FTA. VICTOR V. THOMAS Montezuma industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau. ROBERT E. TRENDEL Strong City Business Beta Beta Beta. SEVENTH ROW GLADIS M. TYLER Emporia Social Science Baptist Student Union, Winrietaska, FTA. DONNA H. UMBARGER Garnett Elementary Education Kappa Phi. FRED M. UPDEGRAFF Kansas City Speech Sigma Tau Gamma, Radio Club, Alpha Epsilon Rho. EIGHTH ROW PEGGY J. VANNAMAN Ashland Elementary Education FTA. ROBERT B. VARNER Lebo Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau. CONNIE L. VERODA Lindsborg Social Science and Education Sigma Phi Omega. 30 SENIORS FIRST ROW ROBERT J. VERSCHELDEN Business Administration Sigma Tau Gamma, FBLA, Newman Club. GERALDINE F. WALL Education Alpha Sigma Alpha. LARRY L. WALL Business and Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pi Omega Pi, Xi Phi, Bulletin, SECOND ROW JAMES M. WARREN Personnel Management Sigma Phi Epsilon. ROBERT J. WATSON Business Administration Phi Sigma Epsilon. JOHN W. WEEKS Business THIRD ROW EDGAR D. WELCH Education JACK F. WEST Business Sigma Phi Epsilon. JOYCE Y. WESTON English Omega, Elsie Pine Library Club, Baptist Youth Fellowship. FOURTH ROW CORNELIUS E. WHITE Biology Sigma Tau Gamma, Beta Beta Beta, Newman Club. IDA A. WILKERSON Education KATHRYN A. WILLHAUS Elementary Education Elementary Club, FTA, YWCA. FIFTH ROW JERRY R. WILLIAMS Business Administration Alpha Kappa Lambda. JAMES E. WILSON Social Science SHARON K. WINTERS Business Education Student St. Marys Eskridge Marysville Council. Eskridge Arkansas City Dodge City Tucson, Arizona McPherson Dodge City Emporia Council Grove Sterling Kansas City Linwood Glasco Delta Sigma Epsilon, Omega, Pi Omega Pi, Xi Phi, FBLA, Science Club, Math Club, YWCA, CYF, FTA, Quivera, Sunflower Associate Editor, Who's Who. Editor, Bulletin SIXTH ROW CARL E. WISLER Emporia Physics Lambda Delta Lambda. GERALD L. WITTEN Emporia Physics Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda. MAURICE H. WITTEN Emporia Physics and Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda. SEVENTH ROW ROYCE L. WOODWARD Emporia Psychology Sigma Tau Gamma. A EDWARD F. WRENCH New Hyde Park, N. Y. Business Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon. CARLOS S. YUJA San Pedro Sula, Honduras C. A. Business Retailing Spanish Club, FBLA, YMCA, Newman Club. EIGHTH ROW BENNY L. ZANE Protection Physical Education JOHN R. ZUMALT Hutchinson Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon. RICHARD N. PAGANINI Emporia Speech and Social Science. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Social Science Club, Pi Kappa Delta. 31 4' ...":?N Through practice teaching experiences at E-State, both in Roosevelt High School and the Thomas Butcher Elementary School, future teachers are able to get first hand training in teaching. 32 PRACTICE TEACHING, an experience in learning to know and understan children. E E K IUNIORS FIRST ROW Francis W. Adams Olathe Van E. Adams Lebo Kerns C. Allen Madison Arlen D. Anderson Newton SECOND ROW June F. Anderson Ulysses Nancy S. Andrews McPherson Barbara L. Anton Montezuma Steve Archer Winfield THIRD ROW John E. Atkinson Carlton Arthur Bacon, Jr. Emporia Sheldon A. Barnes Longton Betty Beauchamp Pomona FOURTH ROW Glee A. Beckenholdt Moline Ruth A. Beine Yates Center Carl P. Berg Emporia Robert J. Bicker 33 Council Grove OFFICERS - Fred Madaus, Vice-Presidentg Joyce Grieder, Secretary-Treosurerg Jim Hayes, President. Qz?ieig?fQi.:ff . ' ffgmjiv - R53 IUNIORS FIRST ROW Lon L. Black Empori' Donald D. Blaylock Empori' Delores M. Block Alta Vistl SECOND ROW Donald E. Blow Readin Barbara M. Bolton Fredoni Jo Lynn Borgna Waverl THIRD ROW Bradley T. Deck Dodge CH Betty J. Breukelmon Empori Gordon M. Brown l.OWreI'1C FOURTH ROW Joe P. Brown Emporit Lesley G. Buck Empori. Charles E. Buckley Clyd FIFTH ROW Marlyn K. Burch EI DOrCICl Jane E. Browning Pra1 John R. Burns Waverl SIXTH ROW Dorrell D. Buss lol Joseph C. Caldwell Presto Everett R. Call Sedo SEVENTH ROW Donald E. Cannon Empori Nancy C. Carson Hamiltc Martin Carter Sgwyg EIGHTH ROW Roger E. Cartmill Wellingtc Robert D. Chatham Harveyvil Dora Z. Chavez La Paz, Boliv 34 IUNIORS FIRST ROW Ilen C. Clinkenbeard arol S. Clowe firginia L. Coates lob G. Cook Elenna M. Cooper 'auline P. Craig lachel E. Crawford Bruce Crowell loyce K. Crawford ames L. Cross Vivian E. Culbertson loberta P. Cummins .eo R. Dalton kuthur V. Day loward M. Detter Ionnie L. Diller leverly A. Dillman lathryn L. Dillman Buddy E. Donley Ioan I. Draney Delbert H. Dupont Delores A. Dresker Xrchie T. Edwards, J 'Villiam P. Elrod SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW V. 35 Holton Seneca Burrton Emporia Greensburg Kansas City Kansas City Chesterton, Ind. Lincoln Kansas City Wichita Kansas City Chapman Arkansas City Emporia Belleville Hesston Cimarron Oxford Hiawatha Chase Fort Scott Arkansas City Arkansas City O IUNIORS FIRST ROW Nancy M. Emswiler Empofll y Patricia R. Evans CGCIOI' Poin Ted Evans I-Yon SECOND ROW Wayne H. Eye Enterpris Charles T. Firth Missio Mary E. Fish EFYIPOFI' THIRD ROW Martha A. Fitts Osage Cite Richard C. Forrest Floral Park, N. Y Margaret A. Fowler Emporil FOURTH ROW George Frey John W. Fraser Seve,- Nancy E. Frost lndependenc FIFTH ROW Carol J. Gamble Osage Cit Garland L. Garrison Emporil Grace E. George August' SIXTH ROW Pat J. Goulden Kansas Cit Howard E. Gray Dexte Vernon B. Greer Junction Cit' SEVENTH ROW Joyce M. Grieder Olp Lyle W. Grubb Horto Bob D, Grundy Ernporil EIGHTH ROW Sung M. Han Seoul, Kore Janet A. Haney Sterlin Roger W. Hannaford Mario 36 IUNIORS FIRST ROW lrabel N. Harper Argonia Jerry D. Harkleroad Wellington Anna E. Harrison l'lufCl1iI'1SOI'1 SECOND ROW 'Vlerle L. Harrison Emporio am D. Hart Emporia obert L. Harvey KCIUSOS CIW THIRD ROW dith A. Haxton Sabetha onna P. Hays Washington elva J. Heidebrecht Lincolnville FOURTH ROW lodyS A. Hennigh Ulysses eith D. Hiesterman Concordia Nladine M. Hinckley Wichita FIFTH ROW elton L. Hodgson Garnett ary V. Holdren Syracuse Maurice D. Holtfrerich Dodge City SIXTH ROW arry L. Hoover Marion Dan Horiuchi Honolulu, Hawaii Verna L. Horton Emporia SEVENTH ROW elores M. Howard Mulvone athryn A. Hughes Emporio Patricia A. Hunt Bethel EIGHTH ROW Ado B. I'IUI'1I'eI' Neadegha Glenda B. Huston Olathe Charlotte M. Hutchcraft Ellinwood 37 il 2 . . ,, L ... wf,,t,,wQ. t -,f,5.,555i?g.,ZW 3 V.. I " ' r I ,E '.., K. 1 p- .' 3 we A Wt IUNIORS Paul E. Idol Donald W. James John B. Jenkins Phyllis A. Jensen E. Jay Jernigan Virdilee Johnson Cla ragene A. Johnston Richard L. Jollifte Glen D. Jones Philip C. Keller Allan E. Kells Raymond C. Koch Joanne M. Kochner Anita J. Krehbiel Lloyd A, Krause Anna D. Krosky Shirley Kruckenberg Mary B. Laird James H. Lane Charles L. Lang Emma E. Ledwith Wilma G. Lee Nancy L. Lollar Shirley A. Long FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 38 Whitecloud Clay Center Newton Americus Emporia Emporia Emporia El Dorodc Deerfield Greensburg Emporia Hutchinson Fairview Moundridge Deerfield Council Grove Lincolr Hutchinsor Cummings Cuba Emporia White City Ottawc Kansas City elmar G. Lundgren icha rd Lyster IUNIORS FIRST ROW Charles H. McCollum Gary A. McGregor SECOND ROW Loren G. McLaughlin Aileen P. McKee Dallas D. McMunn Marshall McNutt Betty J. MCWilliam Frederick C. Madaus Jo L. Markley Kenneth D. Martin enneth E. Martin auline S. Massey atricia A. Matzen arry J. Meador Richard L. Meadows Donald M. Moritz Geraldine H. Morris Avis T. Nakama Robert L. Nelson Charles S. Newlin Lee W. Newton Dorothy A. Nielsen THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 39 Emporia Lincoln McPherson Saffordville Chanute Arkansas City Emporia Emporia Emporia Abilene Burlingame Osage City Council Grove Emporia Viola Coffeyville Emporia Tipton Hutchinson Honolulu, Hawaii Lindsborg Horton Reading Dunlap IUNIORS Beth E. Nicklin Clara M. Nonaka Mary J. Orsmby Myung Hi Park David E. Parker Paula B. Parker Erwin A. Peterson Merwin D. Peterson Robert J. Perkins John W. Powell Drusilla Piatt William F. Pierce Robert B. Pierce Jolene S. Pinder Russell N, Priestley Duane L. Price Calvin L. Pritner Clarence L. Province Floyd W. Quincy Edna M. Quinn John L. Rea Jackie D. Ring Glenn A. Roach Michael H. Robb FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 40 Oskaloosi Kauai, Hawai Emporit Seoul, Korei Highlani Kiowi St. Johi St. Johi Russel Emporii Madisoi Wichiti Osage Citi Effinghan Lincolnvi I Ii Mullinville Emporic McPhersor Great Benn Leavenwortl Mc Phersoi St. Johr Macksville lnmar IUNIORS illy K. Rodrick obert G. Roehrman Janis A. Rogers hilip heodo Nancy Xlancy tanley elvin Joseph Robert Joe F. Janice Shirley Lavern Don G. Nancy Robert W. Rogers re C. Ronen A. Root A. Rost D. Roth, Jr. D. Rorabaugh P. Rossillon E. Russell Ryerson Sauder A. Sanner G. Schallehn Schrader A. Schlink D. Scheibe Max E. Seacat lMargaret A. Shea Dale L. Harges Shepherd H. Shumate Jerry G. Sinclair JoHannah Sisson FIRST ROW McPherson Woodbine Minneapolis SECOND ROW Emporia St. John Hutchinson THIRD ROW ElDorado Olathe Seneca FOURTH ROW Emporia Abilene Emporia FIFTH ROW Emporia Newton Emporia SIXTH ROW Emporia ElDorado Marysville SEVENTH ROW Bucklin Arkansas City Marysville EIGHTH ROW Kansas City Humboldt Great Bend 4I IUNIORS Rodney B. Small Prat William L. Smelser Emporia David C. Smith Ernporii Glenn E. Smith Emporif Marilyn Spohn Inman Paul A. Spohn lnmai Charles G. Stark Macksvill Virginia L. Steffens lndependenc Bud S. Steinle Burlingam h FOURTH ROW Patricia A. Sutton Lamon Richard D. Swisher Readin Florence H. Tanaka Honolulu, Hawa Lois J. Tawney Ogallal Mardell L. Taylor Emporii Edwin J. Thill Madison Christa L. Thompson Elmdali Virgil L. True Fredonif Robert E. Truhlicka Barne Carol L. Turner Amarillo, Texa Richard M. Turner Kansas City, Mc Jackie Turner Tope kc IUNIORS FIRST ROW Nlancy K. Umdenstock aniel V. Unger ichard S. Utter SECOND ROW ack D. Vanamburg oyce l, Van Gundy Richard L. Vanvalkenburg .. Dale Veach Eoris N. Veal wann E. Veroda 'Richard H. Wagner ihirley F. Walker -eroy J. Warkentin vlariann Wasemiller lichard D. Waters ohn E. Wiebe Clarence M. Welsh iarol J. Wilhite lohn B. Williams Russell O. Willis lobert C. Wills Kathleen J, Wilson THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW 43 Emporia Emporia Emporia Marysville Emporia Reading Syracuse Burdick Cuba Kansas City St. John Inman Lehigh St. John Newton Colony Emporia Waverly Preston Wichita Burlingame Ez. Robert F. Winter i Norma R. Winter if ' .tif W is .if SECOND ROW Weldon F. Zenger A Nancy L. Ziegler Johnnie Zimbelman 'U 'NURS Beverly J. Weir Cunningham Emporia Virgil Haddam Topeka Emporia Tex Smiley and Loren Obley busily working on one of E-State's television films. SOPHOMORES FIRST Dale V. Aikens Larry G. Alderson Darrel D. Oldhan Barbara G. Allen SECOND Earl G. Allender Nancy J. Altmann Gilbert W. Anderson Joan E, Anderson THIRD Yvonne E. Anderson Alice L. Bailey Letha P. Bailey Priscilla A. Balch FOURTH Barbara A. Baltz Carol E. Barb Billy B. Barker Berdeen C. Bauck 45 ROW Emporia Emporia Topeka Olpe ROW Rago Hope Council Grove Emporia ROW Americas Emporia Neodesha Emporia ROW Emporia Great Bend Rose Hill Vassar OFFICERS: President Carroll Denning, Vice-President Arneida Gunier, and Secretary-Treasurer Phyllis Rexroad. SOPI-IOMORES Roy V. Bay Clark R. Beck FIRST ROW William D. Bergerhouse SECOND ROW Patricia J. Bergerhouse Mary A. Bernard Robert L. Beyer Deanne L. Beymer James M. Bishop Charles J. Blackim David J. Blackim Joellen Blaylock Janice M. Blum Phyllis R. Boaz Darlene M. Boltt Derald D. Boline George D. Boltin Donald W. Bond Maurice D. Boughton Paul D. Brinkman Phares O. Bross Jo Ann Buchman George R. Bueker Sylvia A. Burnell Donna L. Button THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 46 Waverly Stafford Emporia Emporia Russell Sabethcl Lakin Mulvane Kansas City Wichit Empori Hiawath Kansas City Chase Admire Fredonig Staffor Emporia Olpe Wilsey Elmdale l Newton Emporid Staffordville SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW obert A. Burns Neodesha arianne E. Burns Delavan -larry M. Caldwell Kansas City SECOND ROW ileen Cannon Emporia arilyn R. Carroll Bonner Springs Barbara K. Carson Burlingame THIRD ROW Terry L. Chamberlain Oxford William E. Christensen Osage City Nlorman C. Christensen Ashland FOURTH ROW avid E. Circle Arkansas City eggy Coonrod Emporia olores M. Cook Emporia FIFTH ROW enjamin C. Cobb Plains eanna J. Cordon Wetmgre Vlary H. Cox Wichita SIXTH ROW 'lCil'1r1Gl'1 ,l. Cox Madison firginia C. Crowley Blackwell, Okla. -loyd D. Crumb Waverly SEVENTH ROW arry E. Cummins Hamilton lara L. Curry El Dorado ene A. Curtis Lincoln EIGHTH ROW frances I. Cyphert Geneseo Chester N. DeWerff Ellinwood lan M. Dailey Wichita 47 SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW Stuart C. Dalrymple Coffeyville Robert M. Dawdy Berr Darrell D. Davis Almc SECOND ROW John C. Davies Concordic Christel Day Eureka Roy M. Decker Burlingtor THIRD ROW Margaret S. Denniston Chenef Carroll P. Denning Russel Esther D. Diel Dightol FOURTH ROW Steve E. Dellinger Chasi Eugene L. Dochow COl'1COI'Cli' Camille Dolsky Burlington FIFTH ROW Mary F. Dotson Empofll Mary J. Downing Eureki Richard I. Dreasher Modiso SIXTH ROW Mary Drietz Liberc Ethel B. Dunshee Cottonwooi James C. Ellers Glasci SEVENTH ROW Doris J. Edwards Concordii Lee M. Ellis Greele' Mary M. Etling Kinsle' EIGHTH ROW Beverly A. Fagg Madiso Ward C. Fagerquist McPherso Betty J. Fankhauser Madigo 48 SOPHOMORES ger E. Farmer ola C. Feldman onty L. Fey Jlie A. Fisk nnette A. Follett 'larilyn J. Foraker .rlin E. Ford -etty Freiburghouse ordelia Froetschner 'Vallace H. Fujii flary Ann Fulton .arry J. Fowler atricia L. Funnell rancis E. Gangel eland C. Gassert .rthur D. Garrison ieorge Gibbs .Ima G. Gile Jetty Jo Glover ohn M. Goode erome C. Gorman Ilyde E. Goulden .dgar L. Graham dward G. Griffiths FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW Kingman Garden City Newton El Dorado Goodland Mount Hope Great Bend Hiawatha La rned Lahaina, Maui, T. H. Mission Independence Junction City Louisburg Washington Kansas City New Hyde Park, N. J. SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 49 Concordia Kansas City Kansas City, Ks. Hartford Kansas City Topeka Talmage t ii. tif SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW Patricia A. Green Clmnuff Darrell C. Gregory P90bOCl5 Ruth L. lrey EmD0"lC SECOND ROW Doris E. Groendycke Medicine Lodgf Laura E. Grubb TV'l-jun' Mary E. Gulick Kansas CiTY, M0 THIRD ROW Arneida Gunier Overland Parl- Marilyn M, Gustin Wakefielc Marion N. Hafenstein Eskridge FOURTH ROW Dorothea L. Hamann Tribune Laurene A. Harper Argonic Gentry W. Harris Emporic FIFTH ROW Carl L. Harter Beff Rachel A. Hawk Osawatomic Robert E. Hawk Mocksvillf SIXTH ROW Gerald R. Haxton Wetmori Loren M. Haxton Sabethi Max D. Hayen Marion SEVENTH ROW Roy G. Head Milforc Rozelle K. Headrick Kisme' Elmer E. Hedrick Pe-abodi EIGHTH ROW Neil S. Hertzler Gardne Roy E. Hicks Kansas City, Ks Hillsborc Dwight D. Hodel 50 SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW Sam L. Hofer Ceder Margaret A. Hollenshead Chonufe Gladys L. Holt ATIUVITO SECOND ROW John R. Hollingshead Emporie udith L. Holloway WG5l'lln9f0Vl ale W. Hoobler EUVCIU3 THIRD ROW Franklin D. Howell Lincoln George L. Hughes Goff Jon H. Hunsberger Mount Hope FOURTH ROW uth K. Huston Emporio ally J. Irving WiCl'IlTO homes P. Irwin Enterprise FIFTH ROW Laird H. Jackson Cedar Point Helen G. Jacob Emporia James A. Jamison Linwood SIXTH ROW Delton L. Johnson Greenleaf Jerry W. Johnson Emporia Larry K. Johnson Eureka SEVENTH ROW C. Leigh Johnson Council Grove lirnrnie J. Jones Greensburg vlary A. Jones Eureka EIGHTH ROW Sladys M, Kadoyama Wailuku, Hawaii ouis J. Kaeckell Ottawa Francis L. Keating Junction City 3 51 SOPHOMORES Dixie S. Keefe Richard W. Kent Guy A. Kidd William E. Kimble Evelyn Y. Kimzey Wynetka A. King Aiko Kinjo Daisy A. Kinoshita Betty J. King Ruth A. Kirby Donald J. Kline Bob R. Knadier Kathleen A. Knapp Evelyn M. Kovar Louise M. Kuhn Fay M. Kuhner Lester J. Kusmaul Kerry O Lafferty Bob D. Lambert Ruth H. Lane Charlene K. Larkin Weston R. Laughlin Wanda L. Lauppe Alex B. Lee FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW Chenef Emporic Eureki Mulvani Longtoi Emporii Mawashi City, Okinaw FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 52 l-lanapepe, Hawa Wichit Ruleto Mario Hutchinso Hartfor Rossvill Moundridg Harveyvill Empori Kinsle McPherso McPherso Florenc Sterling Mead Junction Citi SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW Idgar E. Leford EmD0"l0 ames A. Letellier Admife Illarence W. Linsey I-SIJO SECOND ROW harles W. Lindalfil Nickerson van L. Lindquist Emporio olwn E. Londene Enterprise THIRD ROW lohn F. Luthi Milford ichard D. McCallum Elmdale onald J. McCl'iristy Wetmore FOURTH ROW Don l. McCowen Great Bend .yle K. McDermed Claflin iarbara J. McDonald Blue Mound FIFTH ROW fldon G. McDonald Fall River Jancy L. McGee Protection anet S. McGregor Saffordville SIXTH ROW Jancy L. Mclntire Burlington luane E. McKeever Holton 'lartha A. Manning Atchison SEVENTH ROW sta L. Mapes Emporio DUIS J. Marin, Jr. Empgriq ichard E. Markham Soldier l EIGHTH ROW obert E. Martin Cottonwood Falls enny E. Meyer Hiawatha Atwood avid A. Mickey 53 R I 12 2355 ee :- .- me , - W. J. . 2 -: I af wi J: 2 hw ,Q 'W' 'if If Z Y 5 5 we ig? iw 3 Q aagftidfrgm " ,pf P 5v'v"?w?fs .5575 G lf' wLQ9'?gf?-figte ::'EI', 1:',y.'.-" ' ,fait y 'HAQ J. srlia . -,. . - Q. if . - Q31'2"f5?'i11YfS . 1525! X . if i I gg i N gf is W K Q Q ts.. 12:75-'fr - :tiff-ff.-23' SOPHOMORES Joyce J. Miller Sally B. Miracle Donna D. Minnis Sadako Miyanoo Edward L. Modrell Patsy L. Modrell John H. Mohler, Jr. FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW Geraldine J. Mooneyham Barbara L. Moore Rose E. Moore Alford V. Morgan Jean A. Morgan Raymond L. Moritz Douglas E. Murphy Darrell L. Murray Charles J. Meyers John E. Myers Peggy P. Myrick Joyce Y. Nakama Annasteen Nelson Richard E. Nelson Robert H. Neumayer Beverly K. Notestine Loren L. Obley FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 54 Dwigh Wamegi Staffon Nagano, Japa Kansas Cit Kansas Cit Scranto Westfa Council Grov Holto. Liberc Empori Tiptoi LeRo Soldie Exchang Empori Fort Sco1 Honolulu, T. I' Hutchinsc Lindsbor Madiso Pretty Prairi Newto ' soruomonzs FIRST ROW Kathleen O'Donnell l'lOr'ffOI'Cl Marilyn L. Opperman Yates Center Bonnie L. Ott l-OFTIOFIT SECOND ROW rmil K. Off Madison sther J. Off Lamont ichard A. Overfield l'liClWOfl1O THIRD ROW 'Karen A. Palmer Wellington anice D. Parker Ozawkie -orene A. Partin Stafford FOURTH ROW 'Xrdis L. Pearson Tribune 'Kenneth D. Perkins Russell anice L. Peters Garnett FIFTH ROW Delores A. Piper Miller immie L. Poe Norwich Dale L. Pohl Emporia SIXTH ROW lfelbert C. Porter Parsons larbora A. Powell Emporia Aary M. Powell Beverly SEVENTH ROW Zarl F. Powell Madison arah V. Price Emporia lose S. Prichard Fredonia EIGHTH ROW Deidre A. Pryor Ellinwood ack C. Pugh Eureka Aarilyn F. Pugh Salina 55 Wir-2 F - 'R' i T v "' ' rigs ' L . . . w--54 ' if X J -Q 2 , Q SOPHOMORES Glenna D. Purnmill Wanda J. Pyle Lee R. Rarnsburg Rhonda R. Rath Ronald M. Ray Shirley A. Reber Mary G. Rector Barbara L. Redman Frederick L. Reed Phyllis A. Rexroad Rebekah K. Rice Joann D. Ritter Dixie L. Roecker Charles W. Rogers Kay Y. Pogue Marilyn F. Ross Virginia G. Roth Vera V. Rudiger Linda B. Ruhnke Gene E. Sandy Jean S. Saito Moxie A. Saville Ross E. Schallehn Charlene Schul FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 56 Newtor Americu: Ernporic Florence Sterling Emporia Hutchinson Emporii Great Bent Winfielf Florenc Junction Cit Garnet Lyon Minneapoli Mead Olath Great Ben' Junction City Sharor Kekaha, Hawai Kingmai Emporir McPherso SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW Shirley M. Schwilling Cottonwood Falls Bob L. Scott Riley Harvey K. Shank Abilene SECOND ROW Norma J. Shannon 5eClC1"i Jerry L. Shaw Kingman Larry H. Shepherd White CitY THIRD ROW Raymond L. Shepherd Emporio Gene L. Simon MOdiSOI'1 Mary A. Simpson Kingman FOURTH ROW Shirley J. Smithson Delavan Robert L. Snyder Admire Caroline L. Soule Kansas City FIFTH ROW Stephen J. St. John Allen Donna M. Stark Howard Clarice A. Stetfes Olpe SIXTH ROW Bessie L. Stevenson Davis, Oklahoma Lelia M. Stohr Ensign Roy L. Soule Emporia SEVENTH ROW Jackie J. Sutton Junction City Ruth E. Swearingen Hiawatha James K. Sylvester Waverly EIGHTH ROW Arthur D. Talley Junction City Lorraine A. Tanimoto Kealakekua, Hawaii Anise G. Taylor 57 Emporia emi' wax-'-"v ,- - . ima ' ' ' 'KES f9f?52E?5Qf5e12z'?5?l?I53 ?fi:ffsSsz's2i1if.+ - wsfffi wf. if- h,:' .2 :i- " .. -12'-its SOPHOMORES Kenneth L. Feltner Betty J. Thomas Louise M. Thomas Ronald F. Thompson Loreta M. Traner Donald W. Trowbridge Carlie W. Trower Ronald B. Tucker Georgia E. Turner Barbara J. Ulses Robert L. Umbarger Harlon D. Unruh Donald L. Varner Raymond Velasquez Elmer V. Wagner Laura E. Warren Patricia J. Warta Sharon L. Watkins Dorthea M. Watson Frederick W. Wegley Stephen E. White Charles C. Whitson FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW Theodore W. Wischropp James W. Wilson 58 Emporia Wichita Montezuma Kansas City Emporia lola St. Marys Michigan Valley Hiawatha Garnett Garnett Council Grove Kansas City Gardner Rozel Eskridge Ellis Cassoday Coldwater Mission Independence Junction City Vassar Linwood SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW Virginia L. Wingo James A. Weinmann Malcolm C, Whitney SECOND ROW Carol S. Wiesedeppe Catherine E. Wilson Nelda M. Windsor THIRD ROW Mike Wineteer Thomas A. York Howard H. Yoshinobu Hanapepe, FOURTH ROW Mary J. Zavesky Walton Atchison Emporia Seneca Overbrook Peabody Elmo Junction City Kauai, Hawaii Ellsworth Union under Construction Students and alums join together to sing the Alma Mater Campus comedians, Joe Rossillon, Dave Cropp, and Rex Reynolds, ex- hibit their ability to create laughter. FRESHMEN FIRST ROW Arlene V. Abbott Vernon Alford, Jr. Carol J. Allen Constance Allen SECOND Mavis G. Allen Patricia G. Amsrud James E. Anderson Peggy J. Andrews THIRD Richard B. Arbutlfmnot Jeanne M. Arnett Margaret L, Arnold Marilyn J. Arnold FOURTH Evelyn I. Atkinson Mary F. Atkinson Donald C. Bailey Darlene J. Baker 61 Tribune Emporia Marion Emporia ROW Morganville Kansas City Burlington Emporia ROW Ellinwood Broughton Kansas City Augusta ROW Great Bend Great Bend Lebo Hamilton OFFICERS: Vice-President, Larry Pikeg Secretary-Treasurer, Verla Waln President, Jim Garver. e 3 Fr an , .. 5. me 1 1, if . 'Kr FRESI-IMEN Betty J. Ball Ella M. Barno Eleanor M. Barnes Shirlee L. Barr Janet E. Barton Frances H. Bassett Rufus J. Bateman FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW William C. Baumgartner Dale V. Baysinger Melvin L, Beagley Mary E. Bechelmayr Curtis E. Techtel Alva E. Beck Vickey M. Beck Larry L. Becker Arlen W. Beemer Clyde K. Bell, Jr. Rodney G. Beneke Leon T. Beran Robert D. Berends Kay C. Berthot Jane H. Besler Larry K. Black Marjorie Black FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 62 Eurek Kinsle Clyde, N. I Larne Junction Ci' Great Ber Maric Wellingtc Lamoi Stotto Elmdc Admi Natom Leavenwort Great Ben Empori Kansas Cit Lincolnvill Clafli Garden Cit Overland Par Wichiti Hardtne Burlingarn FRESHMEN is J. Blenm rlotto J. Bobek rold W. Bohm ye A. Boline nice Boline ldo M, Bollinger wirley M. Boltin Ilbert G. Bolton .elvin G. Bolton nis M. Bones ory A. Bourlond Dnold S. Bowen rry V. Brodford rrell D. Brewer onette-L. Broers onold E. Bronson Jhn W. Brosemer erorne F. Brown oyce M. Brown odo J. Bryont oul M. Buckley FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW Ulysses Coldwell Holton Admire Junction City Abilene Bunkernill Council Grove Moize Princeton Cottonwood Folls Hiowotno Coffeyville Jetmore Eudora Osoge City Hartford Emporio Holsteod Topeko Emporio Vlcnrjorie L. Buckmon Aortno J. Burenheide Slenno R. Burke 63 McPherson Lornord Olpe if" "Z ts.. S li tt ,ir A -:. :.f' W Y Q, ,I 3 Weweaefe , 2 4 1 " 2 We 4 Q 2 I alt 15? it ii? sg 1 925115592 ,gui Z . . FRESHMEN FIRST ROW Robert W. Burns Yvonne S. Busboom Julia Ann Bushey SECOND ROW Autrey L. Calloway Constance G. Capp Thomas R. Cain THIRD ROW Carolyn M. Carlat Mable l. Carmichael Leroy V. Carroll FOURTH ROW Claude E. Childers Sally S. Choice John R. Cisneros FIFTH ROW Boyd C. Clodfelter Jack R. Coldiron Patricia A. Coleman SIXTH ROW Margaret M. Collinge James H. Coltharp Karen J. Conyers SEVENTH ROW Barbara A. Cook Jesse L. Cortez Delberta F. Coulter EIGHTH ROW Jenelle l. Cowen Jeanice L. Cress Nancy J. Crawl 64 Leavonwortl Lebi St. Mary Amarillo, Texa Kansas Cit Emporii Topekc Marysvilli Linwooc Emporic Leavenwortl Emboric Libera Columbu: Topekc Emparid Greevl Marior Americu: Amarillo, Texaf Geuda Spring' Junction City Florence Bethel FRESHMEN etty J. Cundith ichard E. Cundith FIRST ROW inda M. Cunningham -oyce A. Currie Ioyd A. Daharsh Jlary L. Daily everly S. Davis ill D. Davis Donna R. Davis .ichard H. Dawdy mane A. DeBerry names L, Deckinger odney L. Denney Iary Lou Dettmer ernard A. Dick ernice A. Dick 'eWayne E. Dirks 'orothy L. Dickson hirley A. Doak Iyrna M. Dodds Ponald R. Dolton etha D. Dudley Iarilyn J. Dufford .nn Dwelle SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 65 Sterling Sterling Kansas City Great Bend Emporia Emporia Lyons Junction City Emporia Bern Fort Scott Wichita Leavenworth Emporia Mount Hope Mount Hope Durham Scranton Yates Center Riley Enterprise Garnett Minneola Emporia 12.3 U. 1 5' J 2 -Q t , N P5 i iw aw 2 xr 8 ya Q sf.. P gfjf: - if jr 3 f i 'fat G! 3 FRESHMEN Roger C. Eickhoff Bill Epler Ilene L. Erhart Leta E. Eshbaugh Esther M. Esslinger Elizabeth J. Evans Gerald R. Facklam Paul J. Fankhauser David L. Farnsworth FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW Leahman L. Faulkenbury Raymond L. Feltner Lillie M. Ferguson Frances Finkenbinder Gary M. Fisher Phyllis J. Franz Peggy Fulton Mary A. Gangel Judith A. Garrett James A. Garver Shellia A. Gatchell Edna J. Javier Beverly A. George Chester A. George Joann Gillaspie FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 66 Empori Russe Ga rnel Fredoni Ber Hiawath Empori Tribun McPherso Emporil Burlingto Kinsle Ga rne Empori Larne Sterlin Louisbur Garnet Bethe Clay Cente Haviera, Guatemal Elmdal Larne Council Grov FRESHMEN orgina M. Grant iriam L. Gilman Ifred C. Glaser -otricia A. Gleason -Jando J. Goodwin ilbert L. Graham anne C. Gray tty M. Green ckye Green Jary K. Greenwood rry D. Gump Lyris L. Hadlock Jilliam H. Haynes lorence E. Holbower Detta R. Hahn rnord N. Hageman therine M. Hall role V. Halsey ormo L. Halsted felyn E. Ham orlon Hamman orlene J. Hansen fanda R. Harrell esrie Harris FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 67 Macksville Olivet Spalding, Neb. Stony Point, N. Y. Westphalia Emporia Kansas City Wichita Junction City Madison Carlton Meade Macksville Anthony Minneapolis Spivey Emporia Anthony Junction City Topeka Lebo Peabody Emporio Kansas City '53 ,4- fi K' U I . --EE I ., if is , 1-gr , I: X Q. .. 2. ..asf.. at s 3 Lx iiikfs .Q - z Q -if , if " 3 gi I J. .4 M... 1 .V S. , f,4s 2,.1jfis , .fe -v1f.fff:Q. T ff if E Q x . . V k .. - ' 9 i J ,fm if I 5 is li W e fl FRESHMEN William H. Haynes Dorothy Hays Vivian L. Heidel Janice L. Heinz Virginia Hergenrader Janet L. Herpich Martha S. Hess Ronald G. Hiebert Twila S. Hill Hiroshi Honma Carol L. Hobaugh Brice G. Hobrock LaVerne C. Hoffman Patricia A. Hoffine James L. Hosier Janice F. Holdsworth FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW Mary Ann Hollingshead Norman D. Hollis Mary A. Holmes Nila J. Hoopes Lois M, Hoppe Maurine Hopper Joanne P. Houch Cecil R. Howard SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 68 Macksvill Kansas Cit Emporii Kinsle Great Bent Dento Madiso Mario Madiso Hawa South Havel Natoml Mario: Linwoof Atchiso: Chapman Emporil Madison Ness Cit Mario Aubur Winfiell Bushonl Mulvan FRESHMEN eita C. Hoyt obert W. Hiebert is A. Hudson ouise E. Hudson hirley R. Hudson harlotte M. Hughes ancy J. Hull arbara A. Hunt dith A. Hunter .arry O. Hunter liary L. lhde rances J. Ireland Ellen M. Jackson anet L. Jacques Cheryl J. Jameson Catherine E. Jehle ,arnuel L. Jewett Elenda S. Johnson Cay M. Johnson loy V. Johnson Richard E. Johnson Delores A. Jones hirley J. Jones xlice J. Koppel FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 69 Ford Marion Kanopolis Kanopolis Rossville Marquette McPherson Tribune Jewell Parsons Hope Toronto Leavenworth Emporia Junction City Emporia Marion Chanute Yates Center Osowatomie Dubois, Nebraska Leavenworth Ulysses Abilene Q 5? it E . 'Ki wt Q E 315: Q1 51 E rr : v '32 . .gy 6 Z :,gi-ma: an L ii ,Q FRESHMEN James C. Karolik Larry G. Kaufman Clarence Y. Kashiwai Robert D, Keefer Georgia L. Kelley Ardeth A. Kelly Paul A. Kemmerer Rodger L. Kerwick Deanna J. Kirby Harry R. Kline Shirley A. Knouft James A. Koch Clifford G. Kogl Inez l. Leach John F. Lamkin Mary Alice Landis Richard L. Landes Duane E. Lanquardt Henrietta R. Lantz Doris l. Larson Carl W. Lehman Sharlyn A. Lesser Leslie S. Lewis Barbara J. Light FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW SEVENTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 70 Empori: Bunker Hil Hawai Emporii Leot Bel levill Humbola Empori Newto Mario Holto Hartfor Atwooi Scott Cit- Washington, D. Cl Kiowi Peabod' Junction Cit' Chapma Prairie Villag Carlto Topek Empori Liberc FRESHMEN FIRST ROW an H. Liles erald A. Lind arie L. Logan SECOND ROW onald R. Lohrengel oren G. Long ivian A. Long THIRD ROW Ann Longstaff Carla J. Loomis Jo Anne Loquist FOURTH ROW Nlorman H. Lowe Marvin W. Lowery Rosemary l. Luthi FIFTH ROW Marjorie A. McAuliffe Fred C. McCarty Jack J. McCormick SIXTH ROW Carmen L. McDaniel John C. McDonald Bonnie L. McFarland SEVENTH ROW Marilyn J. McKibben Nathalene R. McMannama Kermit W. McMillin Ulysses Saffordville Kansas City Kansas City Abilene Waverly Emporia Emporia Council Grove Americus Emporia Wakefield Princeton Emporia Columbus Stafford Detroit Ashland Winfield Larned Coldwater EIGHTH ROW Jim E. McQuinn Council Grove Raymond E. Mabry Little River Carleton R. MacFarlane Newbury Post, Mass. 7I ' S A Us . s. 5 is . 5. Miiiifgifff sts fzsigzgsi . .E T El -t . .X-. FRESHMEN FIRST ROW Daryl B. Mackender Charles H. Makepeace Carolyn J. Manda SECOND ROW Elda L. Manning Anthony J. Martone James L. Marks THIRD ROW Delbert A. Marshall Patricia L. Marston Donald G. Martin FOURTH ROW Connie M. Miller Judith A. Martin Donald G. Mayberry FIFTH ROW Beunola B. Mead John S. Merrifield Donna R. Merritt SIXTH ROW Charles A. Messick, Jr. Beverly A. Meyer Carolyn P. Miller SEVENTH ROW Don D. Miller Fredrick E. Miller Jerry L. Miller EIGHTH ROW Harold L. Miller Paula L. Miller Sharon L. Miller 72 Rile Burlingtoi Emporii DeSot New York,N. Y Madison Topekc Junction City Great Benc Prat' Sedar Harpei Cimmarror Bunker Hill Wellingtor Topekc Burr Bethel Delevan Howard Reserve Elmdale Newton Pomona FRESHMEN FIRST ROW Richard C. Milhon Kathlene l. Mills Marilyn Mellies SECOND ROW Bryson E. Mills Gail L. Moffit James L. Moffitt THIRD ROW nnette M, Moser oung June Moon Norma L. Monninger FOURTH ROW onald E. Moore rances E. Morris illiam R. Mount FIFTH ROW Jerry A. Mulinex Wanda M. Mundy Martan J. Murray SIXTH ROW Nadine F. Nelson Valeta A. Niehaus Dean A. Nishimura SEVENTH ROW Fred H. Meyer Janie A. Nelson Margaret R. Novak EIGHTH ROW Patricia J. O'Connor Veda M. Ott !Martha A. Oldham ' 73 Hutchinson Enterprise Ness City Newton DeSoto Tampa .,wesg'1 1 iw -- ...2f.-sgfsiiit . 5 - . -gg... . ' Powhattan A Pusan, Korea Montezuma Q Effingham Coldwater Topeka Garnett Burlingame Kansas City Blue Rapids Ottawa Honolulu Alma Lawrence Belleville St. John Olivet Emporia FRESHMEN FIRST ROW Donald G. Olson Loren N. Otis Aronda M. Pace SECOND ROW Nancy A. Page John D. Palmer Dallas L. Parks THIRD ROW Lowell E. Parks Donald F. Perry Sandra S. Perry FOURTH ROW Bonnie M. Peters Judith F. Peters Marla K. Phillips FIFTH ROW Lawrence E. Pike Arthur C. Piculell Marie E. Pierce SIXTH ROW David V. Pool Gary D. Pound Norman W. Powers SEVENTH ROW Richard A. Pretz Janet D. Pruitt Kenneth L. Rainey EIGHTH ROW Carol A. Randel- Glenda G. Razor Carolyn A. Redfern 74 McPhersor Wilsey Libera Kansas City Emporic Wilsey Macksvill Leb- Cane' Garnet Durhan Johnson Kansas Cit' Belmore, N. Y Clement Emporii Fredonim Council Grovi Olathi Emporii OICITIW1 Pomoni Marioi Manchester, Oklc FRESHMEN laine H. Redman elores R. Reichardt ean A. Register oberta M. Rieck ally R. Reeder tta M. Rempel loseph L. Remy ayne R. Rice rlene L. Richardson obert B. Richey erry C. Riddle obert L. Riggin atricia A. Riggs andra M. Riggs eggy A. Riley arl E. Roberts arry A. Roberts aul W. Roberts SEVENTH ROW ranklin M. Robertson andra J. Robertson uth J. Robinson James W. Roe Kay L. Robuck Janet M. Rogers FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW EIGHTH ROW 75 Emporia Emporia Greeley Detroit Ottawa Ma rion Osage City Saffordville Emporia Kansas City Salina Burdick Winfield Oxford Garnett Sedgwick Emporia Marion Wichita Toronto Florence Abilene Halsted Garnett - .. ff-ff mx- .V i,f5vi5g31f..s..,f,' , .. ... L,.., ...ML . , Q vt ,..l...., lg 1? 9 I f 2 ,ft 'I it .tfw I Q, P: FRESHMEN FIRST ROW Betty E. Ross Kansas Cify Harry L. Roth Olathj Phyllis A. Rutledge Leb SECOND ROW Marvin G, Sack Ellinwoo Myrna M. Sage Wichit Eleanor M. Land Wintiel THIRD ROW Sadie M. Sato Hawai Marylou Salto Geneseo, lll Edith l. Sanders Burlingtor FOURTH ROW Gail S. Sargent Atchisor Marilyn K. Satterfield Plain: Gary L. Schlesener Heringtor FIFTH ROW Larry W. Schlappi Junction City Susan M. Schmidt Newtor Mary I. Schrader Osage City SIXTH ROW Louis W. Schweizer Westphalia Keith S. Scott Syracuse Ruth E. Scott DeSotc l Richard F. Searls John D. Shaft LeRoy D, Shields Joyce M. Shaw Beryl J. Shriner Ronda J. Sidman SEVENTH Row Junction City Matfield Greer Wellington' EIGHTH ROW Redding Genesec 76 St. John Fnzsumm FIRST ROW nita K. Simon Liberal aren R. Slentz Caldwell orothy J. Smith Kansas City SECOND ROW orman H. Smith MCPLIGVSON ohnnie R. Smith Kansas CitY officio Jo Smith Halstead THIRD ROW osetta M. Smith Leavenworth irginia L. Smith Emporia arol A. Smethers Garnett q FOURTH ROW Richard L. Sommers Burns erry E. Sowell Russell irginia S. Specht Emporia FIFTH ROW Nlancy J. Southern Larned Karen K. Splitter Geneseo loleen D. Staatz Junction City SIXTH ROW lanet S. Stark Waldron Wayne E. Stebbins Emporia Merry L. Steele Atchison SEVENTH ROW Frances J. Steenbock Leanardville Martha J. Steinhardt Stafford Ruth A. Stem Emporia EIGHTH ROW Patricia K. Stevens Overland Park Glenda J. Steward Holton Newton Carol K. Stewart 77 9 U0 FRESI-IMEN FIRST ROW James M. Stinson Conway Springs Merlin P. Strahm Sabeth Hugh T. Stubbs Emporij SECOND ROW Geraldine S. Schwartzman Tamp Joyce E. Larcom AUQUST Carolyn K. Tolbert DGVIISO THIRD ROW Jo A. Tatum Burder Eleanor J. Sayler Jetmorf Harold R. Taylor Missior FOURTH ROW Margaret A. Tendick Kismi Wanda L. Thode Sterling Harold L. Thompson St. Louis, M. FIFTH ROW Sharon J. Thompson Cottonwood Fall: Sharon L. Thompson Gardne Sarah F. Thomas Emporic SIXTH ROW Beverly A. Thomi McPhersor' Kay E. Thorne Leb James R. Thurston Elmdalj SEVENTH ROW Velda J. Timm Abilene Carole L. Travis Medicine Lodgel Patsy A. Truitt Longtonl EIGHTH ROW Lorraine M. Verhaeghe Olathe Edwin M. Van Horn Osage City Jerry L. Vickers Ottawa 78 FRESHMEN FIRST ROW William L. Victor Barbara A. Vogt Richard L, Volland SECOND ROW udrey L. Vratil anice E. Wadsworth aren A. Wagor THIRD ROW arsha A. Walker erla J. Waln elores A. Word FOURTH ROW ora E. Wasinger arilyn L. Weavor eorge S. Weeks FIFTH ROW Rosalie A. Weik udy C. Weigand vlaurice P. West SIXTH ROW ialli L. Westerhaus essie M. Wetzler etty A. Wheat SEVENTH ROW -arry D. White Xlorval L. White lim A. Whitehair EIGHTH ROW Ellis H. Whitehead l'om L. Weingartner Olathe Newton LeRoy Larned Maize Waterville Emporia McPherson Quincy Coldwater Emporia Emporia Wichita Emporia Wichita Florence Junction City Allen Burlington Westphalia Abilene Wellington Westphalia :arolyn L. Wiggins 79 Bonner Springs .- ' '-- "'i- 'ie'-2s.:'.a:ffs2...fI 522:-'f..1..": " K A ' --'iff-'fzsff,f.'9 ' fa iw- .- s.ifw....?w:1 Waf- .-A ia x xslt: E21 an 2 A? 't ln !-- IQ. - 1 -f i - eg .X . .-if . i. . ., , - wf.tf.'a'? . lib . . .I V373 J 5 t de Ek FRESHMEN FIRST ROW Solly S. Williomson Woyne M. Willioms Corl D. Wilson SECOND ROW Ivon E. Wilson Koy E. Wilson Roxie L. Wilson THIRD ROW Shirley A. Wilson Jimmie D. Wing Nelvo L. Wood FOURTH ROW Williom E. Woolen Potricio J. Wright Jeon M. Wurtz FIFTH ROW Neil R. Yoder Dorrell E. Zimmermon Keith L. Zook SIXTH ROW Dino J. Zscheile Donold G. Kofst 80 Empori Empori Douglo Cimorro Cottonwood Foll Leovenworti Cottonwood Foll Emporil Wokefieli Tribun Topek Lin Chene DeSot Gornei Burlingto Russe Get acquainted picnic at the stadium FRESHMAN WEEK Tug O' War. f , . F" . 'nk E. H " ' f': f- 5- , 1 , 51' 4 W' ,,A mf wma-nnw A M, .L v an 4 H ar s 4 Q. A ,kv ws, 1 'fi sl, 'L 1 - Q, 1 ir ' 1 . is us I , 65 vrwauf 9'-1 QNQMX, ' as 0 U0 WMJW Robert Umbarger displays a wrought table which he made in industrial arts. iron STUDENTS DISPLAY CRAFTWORK Sharon Huenergardt examines a silver cigar- ette case which she made in a crafts class under the direction of Miss Mary Kretsinger. Three proud students, Jolene Pinder, Pouline Croig, ond Donna Button, model two coats and a suit made by them in sewing class of the Home Economics department, 1 ,.. ig T7 socuu. I v ALPHA SIGMA AL PHA Housemother Alice Lawrence OFFICERS President Pat Swiercinsky Vice-President A Mary Jo Ormsby Secretary AA AA AAA. A Pat Hayes TreasurerA .A AAAAA Jo Buchman Rush Week started the Alpha Sigs rolling with lo new pledges. The were very proud of Mary Jo Ormsby, who was elected Homecoming Queen The theme of their Homecoming decorations was "Chase Those Gorilla Back to Africa." Epsilon Epsilon carried out their money-making projec again this year of selling "mums" for Homecoming events. The annual "Snowball Formal" was held in the Broadview Hotel wit The annual "Snowball Formal" Alpha Sig girls and Mother Lawrence enjoy a happy song fest. 86 entertainment furnished by the pledges. The Alpha Sigs first intormc. party of the year had as its theme "Ship-Wrecked on a Tropical Isle. Costumes depicting ship-wrecked sailors were uniforms ot the day to dates and members alike. One of the things which made "living at the house" especially enjoy able tor the Alpha Sigs was their newly remodeled dining room. Campus honors bestowed on Alpha Sigma Alpha members include Jeri Wall, Jo Markley, and Glenna Burke, who were elected cheerleaders Pat Swiercinsky, who was elected to Xi Phi. Another honor was winning the Scholarship cup for the highest scho astic standing among the sororities during the yearA S 9 .4 First Row Ruth Kirby Pat Hayes Jo Markley Carol Switzer Sharon Thompson Janet Stark Second Row Marilyn Mcliibben Kathy Hall Jo Buchman Joyce Conyers Jo Sisson Shirley Sanner Third Row Janice Blum Judy Garret Connie Ford Betty Frieburghouse Ruth Lane Kay Robuck Fourth Row Annette Follett Carolyn Redfearn Phyllis Jensen Lee Bailey Twila l-lill Ruth Robinson Fifth Row Glenna Pummill Jerri Wall Mary Jo Ormsby Deanna Kirby Virgina Bohn Linda Cunningham Sixth Row Judie Holloway Cathie Wilson Elaine Warren Glenna Burke Beverly George Pat Warta Seventh Row Janice Parker Cordelia Froetschner Lela Phillips Blanche Dunshee Ardeth Kelly Carol Weisedeppe Eighth Row Marjorie Black Connie Miller Pat Swiercinsky Lois Bones Karen Splitter Marjorie McAuliffe has at S ALPHA SIGMA TAU eiavlg K Housemother Ruby Miller if gf af' -if , 'P f 595 if ,T . s-Q I Q, Pledges busily making favors 88 --...-.. OFFICERS President . ,As C C ,. . Betty Lewick Vice-President . .Norma Neff Secretary , , , ., June Anderson Treasurer as ,M . Shirley Kruckenberg "New Faces," the theme of l955's fall rush week was indeed a reality with the pledging of 27 girls, At Homecoming the Alpha Taus' "Spirit of '76 Comes Alive in '55" theme tied for first place in the women's division. Another highlight of the season was the pledge formal, the theme of which was "Prisoner of Love." After several weeks of secretative labor, the pledges delighted the actives, as a climax to the annual Christmas party, with a complete re-decorated recreation room in the basement. Shortly after second semester rush week, which brought the AT's l3 pledges, they began practicing for Singing Bee. "Softly as in a Morning Sun- rise", their entry, won second place. The girls were especially proud of : Betty Lewick, who was initiated into Xi Phi, Norma Neff, a member of Who's Who and an attendant to thd Homecoming Queen, Dot Hays, their candidate for Miss Emporia State, and Arneida Gunier, who was elected vice-president of the Sophomore class. First Row Eileen Wosinger Shirley Knouft Rachel Crawford r Becky Rice Karen Palmer Second Row Norma Neff Charlene Schul Marilyn Opperman Barbara Vogt First Row Pot Amsrud June Anderson Nancy Andrews Louise Curry Hoori Besharat Myrna Robrahn Second Row Pat Goulden Deanne Beymer Frankie Basset Doris Follis Phyllis Boaz Elaine Barb Third Row Paula Miller Connie Capp Nancy Carson Peggy Fulton Joyce Brown Pat Gleason Fourth Row Kathy O'Donnell Camille Dolsky Marilyn Foraker Nancy Zeigler Ilene Sanders Edith Haxton Fifth Row Sandy Perry Betty Ross Glenda Steward Jeanne Gray Mary Lou Dettmer Dot Hays Sixth Row Rhonda Rath Sally Irving Pat Funnell Arneida Gunier Connie Diller Mary Holmes Seventh Row Nancy Rost Marie Logan Rachel Hawk Marion Hoag Beverly Dillman Donna Mennis Eighth Row Sandra Riggs Frankie Morris Carolyn Tolbert Shirley Kruckenburg Jerry Swa rtzman Patty Wright Ninth Row Shellia Gatchell Mary Powell Carole Travis Betty Lewick Dorretta Anderson Susan Schmidt DELTA SIGMA EPSILON Housemother Florence Yea rout Q 4 OFFICERS President cc-- was .,caPhyllis Gould Vice President D ,,,Annasteen Nelson Secretary S was W, Donna Buffon Treasurer an .Sharon Winters After the excitement of moving into the newly remodeled house, members of Delta Sigma Epsilon settled down to make plans for "Mari Gras" rush parties. Delta Sigma Epsilon had twenty-four new pledges l start the semester and soon they were working on the "Delta Drive-ln for homecoming decorations. "Winter Serenade" was the theme of tlf pledge formal in December. A Delta and her date at the onnual winter formal, Nancy Frost, Sharon Winters, song- leader Phyllis Moore, and Betty Fick with faces aglow after the Deltas were announced the first place win- ners of the women's division at the l956 Singing Bee. 90 "Toy Land" started off second semester rushing and the Deltas adde five new names to their roll. A "Kiddie Party" was held at the house i March. The Deltas' biggest thrill came as a climax to many hours of son practice, when they received first place in the women's division of Singin Bee. The annual "Delta Pearl" formal in April, provided a very memorabl close to an eventful year for the Deltas. The year brought a number of honors to the Delta Sigs. Betty Fic and Phyllis Gould were pledged into Xi Phi and Phyllis Gould was listed i "Who's Who." Sharon Winters was an honored attendant of the Home coming Queen. 5 ii: First Row Barbara Redman Delores Dresker lrabel Harper Phyllis Gould Betty Glover Betty Fick Second Row Nancy Frost Elaine Redman Ann Longstaff Donna Cromwell Donna Button Annie Nelson Third Row Glenda Huston Donna Davis Judy Martin Pat Coleman Betty Jehle Wanda Harrell Fourth Row Barbara McDonald Marilyn Ross Carla Loomis Ginger Roth Mary Ann Simpson Pat Bergerhouse Fifth Row Laurene Harper Myrna Dodds Connie North Nan Brinker Phyllis Freerksen Katy Knapp Sixth Row Rose Moore Sally Miracle Norma Shannon Gertrude Gile Jane Browning Janet McGregor Seventh Row Vonnie Busboom Sally Williamson Marilyn Weaver Phyllis Moore Shirley Smithson Georgia Turner Eighth Row Frances Steenboch Ruth Swearingen Pat Matzen Dina Jo Zscheile Patsy Truitt Betty Jo Thomas Ninth Row Kay Thorne Jane Evans Sharon Winters Sally Price Elaine Culbertson PI KAPPA SIGMA Housemother Kelly Proud pledges polish winners cup. Members of Pi Kappa Sigma and dates dance to smooth music at the annual formal. 92 ,, 1 1 OFFICERS President s-s V .ssssss Ruth Crosby Vice-President ss-.,Margaret Fowler Secretary ssss suse sssss Jean Stine Treasurer ---Q use sasss Jackie Palm Looking forward to a splendid year in their new home, the Pi Kap used a theme of "The Sky's the Limit" for fall rush week and added lO ne' pledges. ln October, the girls held an-informal party at the house and a facult open house. "Here Alums is a Welcome Spot, Where Pitt's Gorilla Goes t Pot," brought the Pi Kaps a second place plaque for Homecoming decord tions. Jackie Palm was crowned queen of the Teke Bowery in November, an the girls observed Founder's Day with a dinner at the house. "Snowflake Frolic" was the theme of the pledge formal in Decembei and January brought the Pi Kaps four new pledges. The sorority san "Night and Day," in the Singing Bee. The annual dinner-dance in April and a picnic honoring the seniors i May rounded out a full year, ln campus activities, the Pi Kaps were proud of Joyce Grieder, secre tary-treasurer of the Junior class, and a member of Xi Phi, Ruth Crosby who was elected to Who's Who, and Joan McWilliam, a pledge of Sigm Alpha Iota. Ki 3 Ni First Row Sylvia Rasmussen Dessie Wetzler Gladys Hogg Jean Stine Second Row Karen Slentz Geniece Jacob Louise Kuhn Margaret Fowler Third Row Catherine Reber Jenelle Cowen Bonnie Fritz Evelyn Ham Fourth Row Elaine Burns Margaret Collinge Donna Merritt Ruth Stern Fifth Row Joyce Grieder Bonnie McFarland Ruth Crosby Shirley Schwilling Sixth Row Joan McWilliarn Pat O'Connor Daisy Kinochita Carlene Hansen Seventh Row Delores Reichardt Jo Berends SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA I If Housemother Alice Sullivan Tri Sig members enioy gala Christ- mas dinner at the house. 94 OFFICERS President Jerry Mooneyham Vice-President , S Doris Edwards Secretary ,, Jean Lane Treasurer Mary Ann Fulton Sigma Sigma Sigma opened the l955 fall semester with the Rus Week theme of "Sigma Stars", after which twenty-two women were pledge Following this, Pi chapter journeyed to Warrensburg, Missouri, to a regioni convention. Early October brought once again the removal of shoes for the annul sock hop at the chapter house. The Tri Sigmas featured their "Good Ship Sigma" in the l-lomecomir decorations contest, and tied for first place. "Winter Rhapsody" was tl theme of the formal given by the pledges. A Christmas dinner, party at tt chapter house, and caroling at the hospitals completed Tri Sigmos firs semester. Second semester opened with the pledging of twelve girls. Their annul lawn party closed an eventful second semester for the Tri Sigmos. Throughout this semester, honors bestowed upon Tri Sigmas were: Bet' Fankhouser, Commode Bowl Queen, Betty Breukelman, and Janice Saude listed in Who's Who, Sharon l-luenergardt and Joan Draney, attendants ' the Homecoming Queen, Phyllis Rexroad, Sophomore class secretary-treo urer, and Sally Choice, Student Council representative, Marilyn Pugh, Mi Emporio State and Drake Relays Queen, and Mary Ann Barnard, secor place winner in the K. U. Relays Queen contest. First Row Pat Sutton Delores Howard Second Row Barbara Baltz Jeanne Arnett First Row Sally Choice Barbara Allen Clargene Johnston Drusilla Piatt Carolyn Carlat Mary Daily Second Row Nancy McGee Phyllis Rexrood Jerry Shaw Nelda Windsor Mardell Taylor Ann King Third Row Mary Alice Jones Ann Dwelle Glenda Johnson Shirley Jones Vivian l-leidel Betty Fankhauser Fourth Row Margaret l-lollenshead Barbara Hunt Virginia Smith Sandra l-ledricks Peggy Riley Eileen Cannon Fifth Row Virginia l-loldren Jean Morgan Karen Wagor Mary Ann Fulton Marsha Walker Doris Larson Sixth Row Priscilla Balch Nancy Page Rosalie Weik Doris Edwards Betty Breukelrnan Mary Ann Bernard Seventh Row Pattie l-lunt Suzanne Sargent Carol Clowe Georgia Kelly Arlene Abbott Ann l-lottmans Eighth Row Marilyn Pugh Pat Evans Ruth Huston Gerri Mooneyham Joan Draney Janice Sauder Ninth Row Sue Specht Marilyn Mellies Jolene Pinder Gladys Hennigh Virginia Steftens ffl ta. fe, M Wi mf 'A Q Yu The council discusses one of the many problems concerning rushing. Panhellenic Council began the year with preparatior for Rush Week. All groups seemed to be well pleased wit the Rush Week routine this tall. The council maintained its policy ot holding secon semester rush the weekend after the beginning of the se mester. In February, sorority members and their dates attende the annual Panhellenic Formal which is sponsored by th council each year. The scholarship cup was given at the Honors Convoc cation to the sorority having the highest grade average. Thi includes both actives and pledges when computing th grades. Pi Kappa Sigma received the cup last year. Each year the sororities rotate in order for office. Geraldine Wall was president this year, with Sylvia Rasmus sen as secretary, and Connie North as treasurer. Miss Rut Schillinger, Dean of Women, served as sponsor. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Seated: Geraldine Mooneyhom, Donna Cromwell, Miss Ruth Schillinger, Geraldine Wall, Joyce Grieder. Standing: Arneida Gunier, Ruth Crosby, Jo Berends, Phyllis Gould, Betty Lewick, Kay Anderson, Kay Pogue, Pat Swiercinsky, Drusilla Piatt. if T5 if if n Seated: Larry Wall, Charles Hobbs, John Rea, Dean V. T. Trusler. Second Row: Jack West, Tom York, Fred Madaus, Bob Hudson, Bob Long, Duane Allen, Dale Veach. INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Highlighted by a successful Easter Hop the Inter-fraternity Council completed another year which resulted in some important changes being made. With Charles Hobbs presiding and Larry Wall assisting him as secretary-treasurer the Council pur- chased the inter-fraternity scholarship trophy which was presented to Alpha Kappa Lambda at the honors convocation. The fraternity with the highest grade average wins the trophy and any organization that wins the trophy three consecutive years will gain permanent possession of it. Grades tor both actives and pledges are considered in determining the tra- ternity average. Second semester found Loren Obley acting as president with Jim Campbell secretary-treasurer. Under the sponsorship at V. T. Trusler, Dean at Men, the Council adopted a no-hazing resolution which will encourage more boys to become interested in fraternity lite and also the resolution was in line with the general trend throughout the country. The Council is composed of the president and one representative from each fraternity. Fraternity men and their dates dance to the music at the Inter-Fraternity Easter Hop. - WLMLW ,501 Y ,J -l-fn W' gif J A ,Hx First Row Charles Lindahl Perry Riddle John Mohler Paul Buckley Alva Beck Don Bronson Second Row Dale Pohl Edwin Thill Donald Thompson Merlin Strahm Brice Hobrock Jim Wing Third Row Morlyn Burch William Mount Ray Velasquez Carl l-larter Leland Gassert Gary Haxton Fourth Row Jerry Williams Alex Lee Robert Hudson Maurice l-loltlreich Clyde Goulden Evan Lindquist Fifth Row Roger Farmer Robert Long Neil l-'lertzler Lester Kusmaul Jerry Johnson Ronald McCristy Sixth Row Eddie Von Horn Clair Hutchinson Lonn Richards Roy Moritz Stanley Lewis Larry Shepherd Seventh Row Dick Markham Gerald Saunders John Gragg A. V. Morgan Loren Haxton Bob Winters Eighth Row Francis Gangel Jim Warkentin Richard Jolliffe Victor Malasquez Richard Hawk OFFICERS President u LW.. uaaau Robert Long Vice-President H. Richard Markham Secretary L. LL. L John Mohler Treasurer u. L.. L .. ...Lee Gassert Larry Shepherd The members of Alpha Kappa Lambda started the year off by pledging ' men. To close Rush Week, a dinner was held in honor of the new dges at the Broadview Hotel. Homecoming came and many AKL alums urned to view Homecoming decorations. The first informal party of the year was held at the Civic Auditorium. Dnnie Allen reigned as pledge princess at this formal, which centered ound a Paris sidewalk cafe. As a community service, the AKL's pre- nted a variety show for polio benefit at Onaga, Kansas. The second semester saw the AKL's bring in first place in intramural mwling, and more informal parties. Permanent possession of the first ace trophy was awarded the AKL's for their second consecutive win in the nging Bee. The highlight of the year was the annual "Go to Hell with KL" party. ln campus politics, the Alpha Kappa Lambda men were represented by ick Hawk, Dick Markham, and Bob Hudson. Gerald Saunders and Larry ke held class offices. ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA J Q . A M ,W s- Housemother Freeman Dancing at the annual "Go To Hell with AKL" party, Proud and smiling members display newly won scholarship trophy. 99 5312, 3 an .ff I? wx 'WF 555353 ggejg, ,, ff 5gg53ffig:.ss:f1' W f-vffsfegmfig 253221512 efg?ferw A, , .S .W gem,-1'f.,':1L ga ,XL.,, . .,., L,li, , W Z . ,A.,, , glee . 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After Christmas vacation, the pledge Drmol was held and later, during the basketball season, there were informal house arties. The big attractions in February were the Valentine's party and the National ounders Day of Phi Sigma Epsilon. The Phi Sigs were again among the leaders in the Emporia State Intramural rogram, and they came through with flying colors during second semester rush 'eek, with 23 new men starting pledgeship in Phi Sigma Epsilon. lim Singing Bee brought long hours of practice and planning, and of course the ax ofthe year was the annual Farmer's Ball held in the spring, I PHI SIGMA Housemother Gilbert What could be so intriguing to four such handsome fellas? Burning of the mortgage. 'IOI MH it 'gf' gg 2 . - fgtyig J Q I .. vffgi J - ,F is ,f g 3 f i Q ,fp all Q . 1 Wlsy , ' 9 5 we rf . ff 5 5 f a 4 t. A :- J X af WE Q sf . :J ' P ff P2 ' ! I First Row William Elrod Roy Head Jock Van Amburg David Circle Wayne Williams Jerry Mulinex Don McCowen Second Row Pete Fey Dick Forrest Dole Shepard John Davies Lawrence Eudaley Larry Wall John Luthi Third Row Scott Weeks Jim Warren Richard Waters Jerome Brown Ed Graham Harlan Unrugh Bob Scheibe Fourth Row Duane McKeever AI Glaser Glenn Smith Keith Scott Karl Powell Herb Lane John Kaechell Fifth Row Bob Bicker Arlen Beerner Maurice Boughton Ed Wrench John Jenkins Delton Hodgson John Powell Sixth Row Keith Zook Jock West Philip Rogers Joe Brown Bob Abbott Jerry Gorman Dallas McMunn Seventh Row Kenneth Perkins Larry Becker Erwin Peterson Bill Carson Kermit McMillan Jim Koch Jim McQuin Eighth Row Dick Overfield Terry Chamberlain Jack Perkins Stan Marshall Jack Miller Bob Smith Roger Cartmill Ninth Row Carrol Denning Don Bond Keith Heisterman George Buck Charles Peterson Allen Clinkenbeard Bud Donley OFFICERS President Es, ssss, ,s,-,,Larry Wall Vice President Jack West Secretary -sEscccs-csJim Campbell Controller cu E Y css, S EMelvin Goetz Fifty-one men returned in the fall of '55 to conduct a successful rush week which sold Eigma Phi Epsilon to twenty-nine men. Homecoming found the Sig Eps working on the theme "Which Cid'er You On?" and shortly fter Homecoming, thirty-seven of the men journeyed to Denton, Texas, to witness the Em- oria State vs. North Texas State football game. They visited the Texas State Beta chapter f Sigma Phi Epsilon. The pledge formal in December adopted the theme "Winter Wonderland." A high- ight of the formal was the crowning of Princess Janet Rodgers. Santa Claus distributed gifts after the annual Sig Ep Christmas dinner, which were ater passed on to the needy children in the Emporia area, The gaining of nine second semester pledges and a country style box lunch at the Bluestem Hall rounded out the year for the Sig Eps. The fraternity social year was concluded by the Golden Hearts Ball, held at the Broad- fiew Hotel. Sig Eps won the following honors: Who's Who, Allen Clinkenbeard and Larry Wall, Student Council, Allen Clinkenbeard, Ed Wrench, vice-president of senior class, Jim Hayes, Jresident of junior class, Carroll Denning, president of sophomore class, Xi Phi, Allen Clink- znbeord and Larry Wall. SIGMA PHI EPSILON I r Housemother West Smiling Sig Ep and date enjoy an- nual Golden Heorts Ball at the Broadview Hotel, Waving goodby before departing on trip to Texas, 103 First Row Stanley Roth Max Seacat Joe Ryerson Charles Stark Robert Browne Donald Coffee Second Row Larry Hoover Bill Hamble Russell Priestly Dennis Rorqbaugh Carlie Trower Gary McGregor Third Row Mike Wineteer Delbert Dupont John Atkinson Dick Pretz Loren Obley Sheldon Barnes Fourth Row Bill Victor Charles Buckley Francis Keating Duane Langvardt Darrell Gregory Dick Landis Fifth Row Jerry Gump Dick Utter Elmer Hedrick Miles Sheffler Jerry Kelly Fred Maddaus Sixth Row George Buecker Richard Searls John McDonald Royce Woodward Harry Roth Lee Ramsburg Seventh Row Art Talley Larry Hunter Don Kline John Goode Sam Hart Kay Shank Eighth Row Jerry Trowbridge Bryson Mills Rodney Lewis George Marstall OFFICERS President -G .S .. Charles Hobbs First Vice-President Chuck Buckley Second Vice-President uFred Madaus Secretary . . . CW- Leroy Schelske Treasurer S, ,,.Delbert Dupont With the pledging at thirty-two men in September, Sigma Tau Gamma aunched one of its most interesting and active years. The Taus won the raternity division Homecoming plaque for the seventh consecutive year, vith "E-State Bar-B-Q Pitt" as their theme. The pledge formal, held at the Bluestem, revolved around the theme 'Rhapsody in Blue." Seasonal parties and dances, rounded out first se- SIGMA TAU GAMMA Housemother Birmingham nester for the Sig Tous. Second semester rush week added 9 new pledges to Sigma Tau Gamma und the chapter soon began practicing for Singing Bee. Second place in he contest was awarded to the Taus. The White Rose Formal and annual Forty-Niner closed the spring se- nester for the seventy-two members of Sigma Tau Gamma. On campus, the Taus listed: Charles Hobbs, George Marstall, and ick Utter, Who's Who, Fred Madous, vice-president of the junior class, nd George Marstall, editor of the Bulletin for the fall semester. K-..M"" Couples dance to the music at the annual White Rose Formal. Announcing the penning of Don Coffee and Dee Howard. 105 ' 5 First Row Mike Robb Kerry Lafferty Fred Reed Virgil True Larry Fowler Dale Aikens Second Ron Tom York Larry Johnson Wayne Hoobler Steve Dellinger Fred McCarty Dale Veach Third Row Jack Sutton George Hughes Dave Blackim Charles Blackim Larry Kaufman John Fraser Fourth Row Bob Martin Harry Caldwell Maurice West l Dick Volland 3 Steve White i Keith Sylvester Fifth Row Bob Burns Don Olson Marvin Sack Harold Taylor Bob Grundy Charles Whitson Sixth Row Jim Marks Frank Roberts Gorman Smith Gary Pound Charles Fagerqui Bob Lambert Seventh Roi David Farnswortl' Rick Milhon Bill Davis Don Martin John Williams Doug Murphy OFFICERS President B , ssDale Veach Vice President B John Fraser Secretary C s ss, B ,Tom York Treasurer Wayne Hoobler A busy rush week, featuring a Teke Bar-B-Q and the Teke "Mardi Gros" nce, ended with twenty-four pledges for Tau Kappa Epsilon. October 22 found e Tekes and dates "tripping the light fantastic" at their fall house party. The Teke Homecoming decorations, featuring "Corky's Circus" resulted in eir winning second place, for the fourth consecutive year. The annual Teke iwery Party was held in the spirit of the Old Bowery days and featured Bowery lstumes, Bowery brew Cserved from a kegl, and Teke night-shirts as favors. At .ermission, Gary Pound, pledge president, crowned Miss Jackie Palm, Pi Kappa TAU KAPPA EPSILON Housemother Florence Lesh gma, Queen of the Bowery. A Thanksgiving dinner and Christmas party, featuring a Christmas dinner d a gift exchange of toys which were donated to the Welfare Agency, brought e fall semester to a close for the Tekes. Working on Singing Bee and plans for the Carnation Ball kept the Tekes busy, ng with informal parties and coffees for the sororities, during the second ester. if? is 3 1 How about a game of cards? Step right up, it's on the house. 'IO7 MORSE HALL MiiI2fiefl'iLffZlEe' OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester President.. as .. Vice-Presideht, . Secretarys . -ss .. Treasurersssssss. as E Social Chairman Intramurals. as . Publicity Chairmanss. LL.. Song Leaders. Eleanor Bohm .. Ollie Boltin as Beverly Wier.,-.. s . . Jo Lynn Borgna Kay Headrick.. Jo Berends- . Kathy Wilhaus. Marilyn Engle Fran Bests... Janice Peters Marilyn Gustin Charlene Larkin Shirley Long Marilyn Halley Gay Rector Nancy Loller Vickie Beck Mary Ivey Beverly Davis For Morse Hall, the i955 fall session began with 350 excited girls moving through its doors to their new home. The usual nightly gab fests, room inspection and floor meetings helped make up dormitory life. This year laundry facilities were expanded to meet the needs of the increased number of resi- dents. Eight additional rooms were also built on the ground floor. The recreation room was made even more pleasant by the addition of a new Hi-Fi record player. The social life began with the Morse Hall Open House for the men on the campus. "Autumn Leaves" was the theme of the fall formal with music by the Counts. 108 Homecoming found the girls busy with Curli-Q performances, entertaining many guests, and working on Homecoming decorations with which they claimed first place. Miss Bishop pre- pared and served a Christmas dinner to the Morse Hall residents after which the girls were greeted by Santa Claus at an informal party held in the recreation room of the dorm. The girls and their dates danced to the music of the Pastels at the spring formal which was held in the Broadview Hotel Ballroom. The theme of the formal was "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White." A formal Senior Banquet brought the Morse Hall year to another memorable close. Above, Seated: Evelyn Ham, Eleanor Barnes, Pat Marston, Jenelle Cowan, Dorothy Zeferjohn, Doris Hadlock, Lois Hudson, Janie Nelson, Marilyn Arnold, Gail Motfit, Louise Hudson, Marilyn Duffard, Patsy Barnett, Rohda Sidman. Standing: Donna Merritt, Nancy Page, Arlene Abbott, Bar- Below, Seated: Mavis Allen, lnez Leach, Janet Rogers, Mari- lyn Sattertield, Peggy Riley, Carol Srnethers, Elda Manning, Jeanice Holdsworth, Betty Green, Carlotta Bobek, Velda Timm, Nelda Bollinger, Kathlene Mills, Wanda Thode, Ella Barnes, Shellia Gatchell. Standing: Bernice Dick, Vivian Long, Jo Anne Loquist, Daline Dudley, Salli Westerhaus, Joann Gillaspie, Joleen Staatz, Lorraine Verhaeghe, Glenda bara Hunt, Norma Halstead, Jeanette Broers, Reita Hoyt Carol Ervin, Florence Halbower, Delores Piper, Jane Besler Shirley Boltin, Frankie Bassett, Rhonda Rath, Becky Rice Eileen Wasinger, Frances Morris, Doris Veal, Martha Hess Dessie Wetzler, Rose Kerschen. Johnson, Connie Miller, Kay Robuck, Lois Bones, Marjorie McAuliffe, Fay Boline, Henrietta Lantz, Roberta Rieck, Shirley Jones, Pat Annsrud, Suzanne Sargent, Merry Steele, Carolyn Miller, Betty Ross, Kay Whittington, Norma Mon- ninger, Margaret Novak, Sandro Perry, Jeanne Arnett, Carol Boudeman. 1 Above, Seated: Connie Capp, Beverly George, Mary Landis, Annette Moser, Eleanor Land, Rada Bryant, Audrey Vratil Bonnie Peters, Patricia Coleman, Shirlee Barr, Maurine Hopper, Joyce Brown, Eleanor Sayler, Barbara Light, Phyllis Hink, Mary Bourland. Standing: Rosemary Luthi, Jeanne Gray, Sharon Wilson, Sandy Robertson, Patty Wright, Jo Borgna Below, Seated: Lavetta Derfelt, Janet Stark, Pat Davis, Al- berta Anderson, Deanna Cordon, Janet Haney, Edith Kipter, Eleanor Bohm, Marilyn Spohn, Shirley Walker, Nadine Hinck- ley, Aiko Kinio, Virginia Wingo, Martha Eitts, R'Dee Kelly. Standing: Myrna Dodds, Vesrie Harris, Rosetta Smith, Carol Turner, Geraldine Swartzman, Bonnie Hartley, Shirley Hudson, Dot Hays, Nancy Southern, Nathalene McMannama, Becky Bechelmayr, Ilene Sanders, Pat Smith, Anita Simon, Pat Riggs, Valeta Nichaus, Joyce Conyers, Twila Hill, Madge Ferguson, Marilyn McKibben, Glenda Razor, Mary Massey, Vicki Prophet, Nadine Nelson, Sadie Sato, Phyllis Franz, Joetta Hahn, Nelva Wood, Jo Murray. Janet Herpich, Kathleen Wilson, Carol Gamble, Beverly Weir, Gladys Hennigh, Ollie Boltin, Kathryn Willhaus, Beryl Shriner, Karen Splitter, Dixie Keefe, Avis Nakama, Johnnie Smith, Muriel Wilson, Marilyn Engle, Marilyn Halley, Donna Froet- schner, Darlene Gilman, Janice Heinz. Above, Seated: Mary Greenwood, Delores Block, Leta Esh- baugh, Nancy Mclntire, Virginia Crowley,. Jo Tatum, Fay Kuhner, Linda Ruhnke, Evelyn Kovar, Mary Dreitz, Carol Stewart, Beunola Mead, Carmen McDaniel, Marilyn Gustin, Beverly Fagg, Charla Childs, Standing: Wanda Lauppe, Below, Seated: Aronda Pace, Delores Ward, Shirley Knoutt, Joyce Shaw, Charlotte Hughes, Delberta Coulter, Ruth Scott, Mary Schrader, Mary Holmes, Wanda Mundy, Beverly Davis, Myrna Sage, Esther Esslinger, Dina Zscheile, Pat O'Connor, Jean Steinhardt, Dorothy Dickson. Standing: Frances Ireland, Marylou Salto, Carolyn Tolbert, Glenda Steward, Beverly Barbara Bolton, Shirley Wilson, Carol Randel, Charlene Lar- kin, Kay Notestine, Evelyn Kimzey, Lois James, Nancy Lollar, Carolyn Redtern, Judy Garrett, Betty Ball, Jeannine Downing, Berdeen Bauck, Charlotte Hutchcraft. Meyer, Judy Martin, Janice Wadsworth, Georgiana Grant, Marie Pierce, Mabel Carmichael, Sharlyn Lesser, Julia Bushey, Nadine Erhart, Sue Joy, Rosalie Weik, Marilyn Mellies, Frances Steenbock, Patsy Truitt, Mary Ann Bernard, Carole Travis, Ophelia Flores, Marjorie Black, Edith Ann Hunter. Above, Seated: Kay Thorne, Glenna Burke, Deanna Kirby, Miriam Gilman, Marleen Ott, Janet Barton, Jackye Green, Joanne Houch, Janice Boline, Lois Hoppe, Carol Allen, Evelyn Atkinson, Mary Atkinson, Marie Logan, Nancy Hull, Vonnie Busboorn. Standing: Delores Jones, Verla Waln, Doris Lar- son, Nancy Crowl, Susan Schmidt, Karen Wagor, Jacque Below, Seated: Shirley Long, Barbara Ulses, Caroline Soule, Nancy Rost, Joyce Lanier, Janice Peters, Dorothy Smith, Joyce Miller, Polly Mamigonian, Roxie Wilson, Wanda Good- win, Marla Phillips, Sally Reeder, Hoori Besharat, Sharon Miller, Georgia Kelley, Edith Haxton. Standing: Pat Gleason, Carole Halsey, Mary Gangel, Zora McKinney, Barbara Moore, Voth, Barbara Vogt, Linda Cunningham, Jean Wurtz, Carlene Hansen, Karen Slentz, Vickey Beck, Sharon Thompson, Joyce Kappel, Patricia Hottine, Pat Stevens, Sally Choice, Sharon Jane Thompson, Janie Evans, Etta Rempel, Jean Hoopes, Phyllis Rutledge, Paula Miller, Cheryl Jameson, Edna Javier, Joyce Larcom, Shari Johnson. Geraldine Morris, Ellen Jackson, Pat Matzen, Eileen Cozine, Joanne Kochner, Kay Berthot, Fran Best, Lovella Kuepker, Dianne Dow, Lea Ann Baker, Dorellis Brown, Barbara Russell, Darlene Baker, Janis Rogers, Jo Berends, Judy Peters, Ann Tendick, Kay Johnson, Shirley Doak, Carolyn Carlat, Mary lvey, Nina Merrifield. Above: Guests are shown through the dorm during open house. Above Right: Ollie Boltin pours punch during entermissiorw at the formal, Right: Morse Hall girls entertain for girls, their dates, and guests at the formal. Below: Morse Hall girls and their dates dance to the music of the pastels, 4 M..-f First Row: Lila Lee Budge, Marylou Salto, Joyce Miller, Jo Shepherd, Eleanor Barnes, Florence Tanaka, Ophelia Flores, McRae, Kay Johnson, Barbara Moore, Dorothy Martin, Jo Ann Tatum, Joyce Holdsworth and Julie Bushey. Fourth Second Row: Wilma Lee, Ailene McKee, Nadine Hinckley, Row: Dolores Piper, Carole Halsey, Sharlyn Lesser, Gradis Joyce Nokama, Audrey Vratil, Shirley Doak, Henrietta Lantz, Tyler, Marie Pierce, Robertg Riegk, and Ruth Ann Beinei and Jan Holdsworth. Third Row: Deanna Cordon, Betty WINNETASKA OFFICERS President La, Joyce Miller Vice-President Jo McRae Secretary L Barbara Moore Treasurer A L Kay Johnson Winnetaska, social organization for independent women, sponsored a back-to-school, get-acquainted party and picnic to begin the year's social events. Soon after, an open house was held for the mem- bers ot Mu Epsilon Nu and Alpha Kappa Lambda. Near Christmas time, the Winnie's were enter- tained at a Christmas party sponsored by Mu Epsilon Nu. The Christmas season was truly a busy one, with everyone preparing toys for the Atchinson Orphanage along with practicing for Y-Sing. During the year Winnetaska was also active in intramurals. The spring semester brought the Singing Bee, and the annual Puff Pam Prom, which highlighted the close of another school year. Lett: Winnies busily practicing for Singing Bee. MU EPSILON NU OFFICERS President s . s. s. . .- es. Billy Parker Vice-President .... . . .,sLee Johnson Secretary a. E. ., .., ,Bob Baird Treasurer . ln the spring of l93l, a group of men gathered on the steps of the administration building ot E-State to discuss a serious prob- lem - how to provide a better social life for the independent men. From this meeting was born Mu Epsilon Nu. Under its emblem, symbolizing Manners, Ethics, and Nobility, the Mu Eps attained an active part in the stu- dent body Iife, developing outstanding lead- ers. Now, twenty-five years later, MEN is still adhering to these principles and will continue to do so until man or campus dis- appear. . . .Wayne Adams This year saw many outstanding speak- ers, picnics, cotfee hours, and card parties on the agenda, plus a twenty-fifth anniversary convention and dance with alums represent- ing classes as far back as i932 attending. ln intramural sports, the Mu Eps won the tennis tournament and ranked third in the basketball tournament. Next year, the core of the Mu Eps' ac- tivities will be their newly obtained home at l l28 Congress. Front Row: Derald Lind, Lee Johnson, Wayne Childs, Lewis Stafford, Wayne Adams, Clarence Linsey, W. H. Gray. Second Row: Robert Wills, Rodney Denney, Ray Sherley, Bob Baird, Robert Engle, Bill Barker. EMPORIA STATE COLLEGE VETERANS ORGANIZATIO Seated: Delton Johnson, Sheldon Barnes, Dale Dunn, Charles McCollum, Wilbert Kettner, Kerns Allen, Lon Black, Alfred Glaser, Garry Kline. Second Row: Leland Adell, Ralph Dixon, Leo Dalton, Rodney Small, R. L. Umbarger, Gerald Walters, Bruce Crowell, Edward Modrell, Wayne Adams, Clinton Leon. Third Row: Neal Moore, Jim Holladay, John Wiebe, Charles Pearson, Darrell Buss, John Hensley, Louis Marin, Jr., Donald Whitehead, Cecil Banning, Gordon Brown. Fourth Row: John Flook, Leo Post, Daryel Burkfort, Robert Med- ford, Jim Ross, Harold Boone, Richard Meadows, Rodger Kerwick, Lawrence Sigler. OFFICERS President L . John McCloud Vice-President . L , George Crawford Secretary . Joseph Caldwell Treasurer .. LE. B. Schoolcraft The E-State Veterans Organization was founded in the fall term of i956 for the primary purpose of bringing together fellow veterans in comrade- ship for their mutual benefit. ESCVO promotes and fosters community services, stimulates high scholastic attainment, works for the betterment of veterans benefits through legislation and has its entire program endorsed through the school stu- dent organization. H6 The actual working parts of the ESCVO are made up of committees consisting of any mem- bers who wish to work on them. The committees are: the academic committee, the veterans af- fairs committee, the community service commit- tee, and the social committee governed by the presiding officers. 4 W wa, 1--.11 RELIGIOUS INTER-FAITH COUNCIL The aim of the Inter-Faith Council is tc coordinate the religious activities of the cami pus and of the on- and off-campus groups tc the best advantage of the whole school. The council sets about this task each fal when the new freshmen arrive, Directories o' the Emporia Churches are prepared and dis- tributed, and a social function is held to ac- quaint the new students with their clergymen Each religious organization, on- or off- campus, which affects E-State students is en- titled to two representatives in the council. A climax to activity each year is Religious Emphasis Week. Religious speaker this year was Dr. Samuel Mayerberg, Rabbi from Kan- sas City. Faculty Firesides, a new project of the council, are also held throughout the school year. CANTERBURY CLUB OFFICERS President ,.......,.............,. Charles Firth Vice-President .......,,..... .loan Anderson Chaplain .......... Father Donald Kreymer Canterbury Club, in its third year of ex- istence on the campus, grew to number forty- one Episcopal students, Regular meetings, which included a Corporate Communion and breakfast, were held the first Sunday of each month at St, Andrew's Church. Social events of the school year were the annual Student-Faculty Supper and the Christmas party. KAPPA PHI OFFICERS President . . .. Beverly Weir Vice-President Ma-rgaret McCracken Secretory .. .L Carol Gamble Treasurer . . .. . Laura Grubb Kappa Phi, Methodist women's organi- ation, enjoyed an exciting school year. The -lational Sponsor, Mrs. Donnenwirth, spent wo days with the Alpha Mu Chapter bring- wg helpful ideas with her. The first se- wester pledges made and presented the Pedi- tric patients at Newman Memorial Hospi- l with toys and a mobile. Among the serv- e projects in which the girls took part were shering, serving at banquets, and group inging at the hospital. Before Christmas acation, they participated in the annual '-Sing along with the other campus organi- ations. In the spring, the Wichita chapter 'as invited to attend the March meeting at fhich Joan Warenka was the center of at- raction. A large event of the year was the tate convention held at Pittsburgh at which large group from the local chapter at- ended. First Row: Margaret McCracken, Laura Grubb, Florence Snell, Beverly Weir, Emma Ledwith, Joan McWilliam, Carol Gamble, Alberta Ander- son, Norma Bvnum. Second Row: Nadine Nelson, Nadine l-linckley, Martha Fitts, Janice Rogers, Arlene Richardson, Carolyn Manda, Virginia Crawley, Sandra Robertson. Third Row: Edna Mae Quinn, Alma McDill, Valeta Nielhaus, Janet l-lerpick, Lorene Partin, Lita Eshbaugh. LUTHERAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS President .. LL. Robert Pierce Vice-President . Franz Fredrick Secretary S Genice Jacob Treasurer S Pat Clark The LSA met each Sunday evening at 'ie parsonage of St. Mark's Lutheran Church. he topics for discussion were those related J the everyday needs of the Christian stu- ent. The organization in its second year of ieeting has students from both E-State and . of E. The members sing in the church choir nd are active in other phases of church busi- ess such as planning and teaching Sunday chool classes. During the school year, the group has itervisitation with the LSA group from K. U. ang tests and picnics have been the major Jcial activities. Charles Peterson is the fac- lty sponsor. Front Row: Janice l-loldsworth, Henrietta Lantz, Pat Clark, Geneice Jacob, Lula Cook. Second Row: Mrs. S. E. Frederick, Robert B. Pierce, Franz Frederick, Charles Peterson, Nancy Lenhart. 119 The College Fellowship of the First Pres- byterian Church is "The Inclusive Student Fellowship," including students from bath of Emporia's colleges. As the Westminster Foundation Center for the Presbyterian Synod, the Fellowship bridges the interests of church-college and state-college. In addition to the church school class on-campus lnter-Church Bible Study Group each Tuesday night, interest WGS centered in PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE FELLOWSHIP First Row: Marge Longenecker, Ros marie Shelhorn, Steve Clemmen Wadad Saba, Rev. Robert L. Moi land, Zelma Todd, Ruth Crash Second Row: Barbara Tice, S Roberts, Louise Hudson, Lois Ai Hudson, Carlotta Bobek, Peggy Tc lor, Joan Woeltel, Edna Lee Orteg Mary Mastin, Mabel Downer. Thi Row: Dorine Alexander, Jani Keraus, Judie Holloway, Julia Hu son, Sally Kasparek, Chris Vialpanc Marietta Birney, Jim McMillan, Jol Atkinson, H. Baldwin Herzer I Albert Peters, Ann Montgomei Mary Lou Dettmer, Dottie Holme Virginia Fox, Carolyn Bowen, Kari Slentz, Mary Ann Troup. Four Row: Ronnie Roberts, Joe Orti Freddie Wilson. Fifth Row: Jol McDonald, Rodney Denney, Cc Lehman, Bob Scheibe, Lloyd Elr Janet Limbach, Katy Choguill, Chc lene Foote. the Sunday evening programs.The topics in- cluded "Revolution and Redemption," "Prot- estant PrincipIes," and "Commission Con- cerns." Seven delegates attended the Col- lege Age Westminster Fellowship Conference at Kansas University in March. The Ham- burger Fry in the tall, and the campfire in- stallation of officers opened and closed the year's activities. OFFICERS Moderator . , . Steve Clemments Vice-Moderator .J A D .HBOIJ Horn David Mendel Mebel Downer Treasurer Marietta Birney Stated Clerk . First Row: Diana Wood, Juanita Spencer, Gladys Hennigh, Shirley Bobek Yvonne Anderson, Vera Rudiger, Dixie Roecker, Mrs. Darrell Wood Second Row: Twila Butts, Wanda-Pyle, Nancy Rost, La- vetta Dertelt, Rada Bryant, Evelyn Atkinson, Mary Atkinson. Third Row Kenneth Martin, Jimmie Poe, Richard Milhon, Marilyn Burch, Lloyd Krause, Stuart Dalrymple, Sam Hoter, Melvin Beagley, Dr. Darrell Wood. CHRISTIAN STUDENTS FELLOWSHI OFFICERS President c . c. ...Jerine Heidebreclf Vice-President ., W W , Sam Hate Secretary C-.. cc..- .Dixie Roecke Christian students took an active par in First Christian Church activities. Among the various events were the annual Thanks giving and Young People's banquets, Christ mas caroling and presentation ot a baske to a needy family, and weekly Sunday eve ning meetings. The discussion of Christiar living as it is applied to situations concern ing college students, was the main objective ofthe group. Besides the organization's functions students were well represented in the churcl' choir and participated in special music in cluding the Christmas cantata. WESLEY FOUNDATION Wesley Foundation is the organization for Methodist preference students with its purpose being spiritual growth and fellowship of college students. This organization has an office and use of the other facilities at First Methodist Church. Persons with responsibility for the program of Wesley Foundation include: Rev. Clyde S. Clark, Pastor-Director, Miss Karlene Cason, stu- dent worker, Dr. Weldon Baker, chairman of Campus-Church Relations Board, and Mr. Phil Keller, president, Mr. Dixon Smith is also a cam- pus sponsor. Executive officers are: Laura Grubb, Bill Kimble, Florene Snell and Norma Bynum. Other officers include: Margaret McCracken, Wayne James, Alberta Anderson, Joan McWilliam, Vance Young, Don Moore, Donna Lake, James Bishop, Duane McKeever, and Judy Weigand. Regularly scheduled Sunday events include morning and evening programs. The three series studied during the year included: The Methodist Church at Work, A Study of The Gospels, and Courtship and Marriage. Weekday programs in- cluded Thursday noon devotions and participation in lnter-Church Bible Study with students from the Presbyterian and Christian student groups. Wesley Foundation also worked closely with Kappa Phi, service organization for Methodist college women. Special programs of the school year were: W.S.C.S.-Wesley Dinner, Spiritual Life Retreat at Lone Star Lake, Open House for Parents, Thanksgiving Song Fest, Student Recognition Day, Kansas M.S.M. Conference at Lawrence, participa- tion in Youth Day in March at the First Method- ist Church and the spring banquet for graduating seniors. 121 NEWMAN CLUB Front Row: Ed Thill, Ray Moritz, Ruth Huston, Joe Rossillon, Carroll Denning, Joe Brown, Cheryl Denning, Pat Hayes, Nancy Ziegler, Miss Pauline Henderson, Second Row: Leon Schmidt, Delbert Brinkman, Connie White, Victor Malasquez, Ann Hottmans, Oscar Fuentez, Melvin Goetz, Barbara Bolton, Margaret Hol- lenshead, Leo Dalton, Fran Gangel. Third Row: Paul Kemmerer, Dan Prchal, Rosemary Wiegers, Jean Wurtz, Doretta Anderson, Carlos Yuja, Clarice Steffes, Kathleen O'Donnell, Pat Gleason, Lorraine Verhaeghe, Julia Bushey, Mary Gangel, Father Noel William. Fourth Row: Tector Thyfaul, Steve Archer, Don Moritz, James Weinmann, Jerome Brown, David Rettiger, Tom Weingartner, Jim Whitehair, Jim Motfitt, Sam Hart, Bernard Hageman. Fifth Row: John Fehr, Avis Nakama, Mary Bechelmayr, Geraldine Schwartzman, Janice Heinz, Edna Javier, Joan Draney, Priscilla Balch, Pat O'Connor, Claragene Johnston, Mary Dreitz, Frances Cyphert, Anthony Korte. the Y.W.C.A, vention. Harry Firth, a member of YMCA, dressed as a swamie while he worked at the YMCA's booth at the Penny Carnival. 122 Sponsors for the year were Dr. Darrell Wood and Dr William Tremmel. OFFICERS President to ,, J Joe Brow Carroll Dennir Vice-President 7 Cheryl Dennin Joe Rossillc Secretary , S use Pat Haye Ruth Hustc Treasurer Nancy Ziegle Raymond Morit Newman Club, the organizatio for Catholic students on the campuse of E-State and College of Emporic grew this year to include a membei ship of l27 students. Under the cap able direction of Father Noel Williar and Father Theodosius Meyer, chap lains, the club provided Catholic stL dents with a spiritual and social carr pus organization. Highlights of the year's activitie for the club were the sponsorship c a recollection day for a ladies' guilc a pre-Christmas party and dance, th celebration of National Newman Da with a banquet and social hour t open Religious Emphasis Week on th campus, and a Knights of Columbu communion day at which the clu served breakfast. Y.M.C.A. OFFICERS President E Stanley Williams Secretary-Treasurer ,zsCharles Firth Y.M.C.A. at E-State served thirty-tive college men thi year. The organization held bi-weekly supper meetings wit Service activities of the Y included participation in th Penny Carnival and co-sponsorship ot the annual Y-Sing YMCA also had an intramural basketball team. Three members of YMCA took a trip to Washingtor D. C., during Easter vacation for the National YMCA con Y.W.C.A . OFFICERS yy fr President as W C cNancy Lollar Vice-President Geraldine Mooneyham Secretary-Treasurer a ,uLois James ,it is YWCA welcomed E-State's Coeds to a marsh- an ellow roast to get acquainted at the beginning of 4 e school year. Members of the YWCA worked f :ard in conjunction with the YMCA while preparing 3 'W 1 -or the Kansas State District Conference in which i . g -everal colleges from the state were represented. ? li Y -t" A il': -xlso the members of YWCA worked with the mem- Y 5' ff Y Xl W ers of YMCA to prepare for the annual Christmas 5 igc 1 2 C '-Sing. A ll ff is 5 Q The Yuletide season brought the presentation it 271i 1 f a basket of food for a local needy family. The lf i 'WCA also supported the all-campus Penny Carni- al, giving special emphasis to the World University ervice Fund. During the Summer, the group sent delegation to the regional conference at Estes Park, lfolorado, Congratulating new officers of YWCA. Lonn Richards as practice teacher. Mya w BAPTIST STUDENT UNIO Seated: Gladis Tyler, Jane DeBerry, Delores Ward, Aronda Pace. Second Row: Bert Porter, Mrs. Alice Gist, Earl Fine. The Baptist Student Union was organized 4 the campus in the fall to seek to meet the spiriti. needs of Baptist students. Baptist Student Uni. organizations have been established on almc every college campus in the South and now the are organizations on five Kansas campuses. Activities for the school year included a fi lowship banquet, a Christmas party, the Bapt Student Union Convention, and the student I treat. Mrs. Alice Gist served as faculty advisor l the group and Reverend Earnest Long was pastor advisor, Interested crowd gets briefing on basic camp procedures during Camping Day. WWW ' ' 4 r, 'ff , 9 , ,M 539 swimmer i F M 5, 395 ,. vi 5 fi g, rz-Q mm ,H , .5 f' HONORARY WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN confers Ann umvznsmzs Twenty-five students were chosen to repre- sent Emporia State in the i955-56 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- versities ond Colleges. Within this honored group were sixteen seniors, eight juniors, and one grad- uate student. Nominations were made by the Student Council and faculty members. The twenty-five students most frequently mentioned by the fac- ulty members were those selected to represent this school. To be chosen for this honor, a student must be a junior, senior, or graduate student in an ac- credited American College. He must also display ability and interest through scholarship, leader- ship, participation in extracurricular activities and hold future promise in either the professional or business field. ln addition, all the students chosen had an average grade of B or better. ln listing the names of college and univer- sity students who hold future promise in either the professional or business field, Who's Who ac- complishes a dual purpose. First, the biographi- cal information concerning each student listed proves to be of aid to prospective employers, and secondly, students are given recognition of their prodigious efforts while in college. Students chosen for this honor will have a short biography of their achievements in the an- nual book, "Who's Who in American Colleges ond Universities." Front Row: Janice Sauder, Shirley Bobek, Phyllis Gould, Dorellis Brown, Eleanor Bohm, Ruth Crosby, and Norma Neff. Second Row: Mary Jo Agrelius, Cal Pritner, Allen Clinken- beard, Dick Utter, Charles Hobbs, Robert Hudson, Don Hazen, 126 Robert Clarke, Larry Wall, and Betty Breukelmon. Third Row: Tommie Hoskins, Louis Anderson, Bill Tidwell, George Marstall, Jim Sharp, Dick Hawk, Philip Keller, and Sung Mo Han. XI PHI Seated: Alex Daughtry, Betty Lewick, Sharon Winters, Betty well, Harry Firth, Larry Wall, Al Clinkenbeard, Louis Ander- Fick, Pat Swiercinsky, Joyce Grieder, Jim Sharp. Standing: son, Tommie Hoskins, George Marstall. Phil Keller, Richard Hawk, Dick Utter, Cal Pritner, Bill Tid- OFFICERS President e c ..,uGeorge Marstall Vice-President . .. . .euSharon Winters Secretary L., -. Pat Swiercinsky Treasurer . . saw, Jim Sharp The beginning ot this school year found seven mem- bers returning to Xi Phi, honorary leadership fraternity. First semester pledges included Betty Fick, Phyllis Gould, Richard l-lawk, Tommie Hoskins, Betty Lewick, and Bill Tidwell. Wearing the black and gold ribbon of Xi Phi sec- ond semester were Louis Anderson, Al Clinkenbeard, Joyce Grieder, Phil Keller, Cal Pritner, and Dick Utter. Again this year, Xi Phi sponsored the sale of student directories. With the proceeds from the directory sales, Xi Phi sponsored the annual all-school Anniversary Ball on February 24. The group also undertook the task of acquiring names ot pros- pective E-State students. This project was helpful in iri- Creasing the freshman class enrollment this year. Marilyn Pugh reigns over the Anniversary Ball 'I27 ALPHA TI-IETA RHO Front Row: Rosemary Wiegers, Delores Howard, Betty Fick, Sharon Huenergardt, Miss Mary Kretsinger. Second Row: Evan Lindquist, Myrna Robrahn, Jo Berends, Harold Bennett, Betty Hochman. OFFICERS President s. C .s ssss C-. Evan Lindqui Vice-President so ,sMyrna Robral' Secretary-Treasurer . .-,Delores Howai Alpha Theta Rho, an honorary art soc ety, has a limited membership of fifteen a majors and minors. Thru the year, Alpha Theta Rho hc carried out various projects. These incluc making posters for the Student Council, ez hibiting work of members, sketch classes c Friday, social events, and generally helpir other people in art. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Seated: Deanna Cordon, Carolyn Feldman, Pat Swiercinsky, Jerine Heidebrecht, Nancy Mclntire, Virginia Bohn. Second Row: Marilyn Naylor, Lelia Stohr, Fran Best, Bette Lauterbach, Mary Gulick, Anita Krehbiel, Joyce Holdsworth, Pat Sutton, Mary Dotson. I28 OFFICERS President . .. . Marilyn Naylc Vice-President .S Pat Swiercinsk Secretary .. Jerine Heidebracl Treasurer . .. . .. . Bette Lauterbac Sigma Alpha lota, honorary music sc ciety for women, participated in many activ ties this year. Highlights were the Musi Hall Mixer sponsored by Sigma Alpha lot and Phi Mu Alpha, the Music Hall Chris' mas Party, and the Silver Scholarship Tea. There are twenty active members. Mrf Valeta lves is the faculty sponsor. PHI MU ALPHA-First Row: Lonn Richards, Richard son, Chuck Blackim, William Hamble, Robert Dawdy, Marlyn Wagner, Jim Marchel, Charles A. Trauth, Jon Wilhite, Neal Hafenstein, Eldon Kadel, Darrell Ramsburg, Phil Keller, Bill Kimble, Dale Roller, Dean Dempsey, Albert D. Schmutz. Second Row: John Williams, Marshall McNutt, Louis Ander- Burch, W. H. Craig, Gilbert Anderson, Bradley Deck, Lloyd Krause, Vance Young, Bob Roehrman, David Circle, lvan Smith, John Goode, R. L. Jackson, Delton Hodgson, Jerry L. Schulte. PHI MU ALPHA OFFICERS President , Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . L , Phi Mu Alpha is the men's honorary music fra- ternity. Each spring, this organization sponsors the Singing Bee, a choral competition in which all the campus social organizations participate. The pro- ceeds from this activity are used to finance a schol- arship program. The Emporia State Men's Chorale MEN'S CHORALE-First Row: Max Gile, Jerry Gump, Melvin Beagley, Richard Wagner, Leon Schmidt, Dean Demp- sey, John Goode, Neal Hafenstein, Eldon Kadel, Jime Marchel, Lonn Richards, Gerry Gacklam, Robert Dawdy, Darrell Rams- burg, Bob Berends, lvan Wilson, Delton Hodgson, Albert D. Schmutz. Second Row: R. L. Jackson, Jon Wilhite, William , . Lonn Richards Eldon Kadel S Dale Roller ,sc ,,-Phil Keller is also sponsored by Phi Mu. This group sang to approximately l0,000 people last year and visited a dozen Kansas high schools. Mr. Albert D. Schmutz is the Phi Mu faculty sponsor and Men's Chorale director. Hamble, Jerry Schulte, lvan Smith, Marlyn Burch, Bob Hud- son, Vance Young, James Bishop, Ed White, Eldon Evans, Phil Keller, Bill Christesen, Joe Remy, Lloyd Krause, Gary Fisher, Bob Roehrman, W. H. Craig, Bill Kimble, Charles A. Trauth, Dale Roller, Terry Chomberlain, Richard Dawdy. First Row: E. J. Calkins, Frank Agrelius, J, H. Davies, Mary Jo Agrelius, Carl Prophet, Shirley Bobek, Nancy Rost, Betty Fankhauser, Evelyn Kovar, Karalyn Agrelius. Second Row: Dr. Ted Andrews, Bill Kimble, Clyde Goulden, Clarence Linsey, Darrel Murray, Ronald Thompson, Francis Gangel, Merle E. Brooks, Robert Clarke, Ann King, Betty Breukelman. Third Row: Earl Segal, Gilbert Leisman, Beorge Bolton, Cornelius White, Robert Chatham, Robert Trendel, Evan Lindquist, Bill Tidwell, Ron Mc- Christy, John Breukelman. OFFICERS President . Y --Carl Prophet Vice-President C Bill Davies Secretary- TreasurerC Coco Mary Jo Agrelius OFFICERS President CC CC, CC Charles Sisson Vice-President C Victor Thomas Secretary-Treasurer Robert Varner , 130 BETA BETA BETA Tri-Beta, a national biological fratern ty, is composed of students exhibiting ou standing ability and interest in the biolog cal sciences. There are approximately ll chapters scattered throughout the Unite States and Puerto Rico. Throughout the year, the Delta Kopp Chapter participates in numerous activitie: Each fall and spring, a small mammal censl. is conducted and the results are added to tl'l national figures. An annual Christmas Bir Census is conducted in cooperation with th Kansas Ornithological Society. Many of th monthly meetings are devoted to the pref entation of papers concerning the results various types of research conducted by seni members. Recently the chapter has as sumed the responsibility of identifying an labeling the many species of trees found o the campus. Every spring a "Newsletter" is prepare by the club members and sent to all men' bers and all Biology alumni. The annuc Founder's Day dinner was in March. Severe members of the club attended a regional Tn Beta conference at William-Jewell College if Missouri in May. EPSILON PI TAI. Alpha Epsilon chapter of Epsilon Pi Tai was organized on this campus April l2, l949 Purposes of the national industrial arts fra ternity are to promote skill, social and pro fessional proficiency, and research in indus trial arts. Membership in the organization is by invitation and is based upon high schol astic standing. Seven new members wer' initiated into the organization this year. The fraternity has chapters on mon than fifty college and university campuses ii the United States, with field chapters ii various cities of the United States one Canada. The total membership is now mon than 9,000. E. L. Barnhart is sponsor of the loca chapter. Keeping in mind always their ideals of schol- Lambda Delta Lambda is on honorary frater OMEGA, First Row: Kay Hughes, Joyce Weston, Pat Warta. Second Row: Carol Switzer, Betty Fick, Miss Gertrude Lemon, Pat Hayes, Miss Ina M. Franz, Pauline Craig, Jolene Pinder, OMEGA LITERARY SOCIETY Joyce Grieder. Third Row: Glenna Cooper, Jerry Mooney- horn, Phyllis Rexroad, Mary Ann Fulton, Shirley Bobek, Sharon Winters, Jo Markley, Annette Follett, Jean Lane. LAMB DA DELTA LAMBDA arship, literary achievement, leadership and friendship, the members of Omega Literary So- :iety enjoyed a successful year of interesting and enjoyable meetings. By the end of the year, the 'nembership was expanded to the quoto of thirty- five. The special project was an Easter egg hunt for the children of the Spanish mission. The an- 'tual spring banquet was held in May. President c,,cu........ Pat Hayes Phyllis Utterback Vice-President - cccccc Jolene Pinder Secretary cccccvc - ---Pauline Craig Treasurer ------- ----- Betty Fick nity of those who have demonstrated superior abil- ity in the field of Physical Science. Some of the fraternity's are sponsoring a science show which goes to various high schools in the area, ond bi- weekly meetings at which members give reports of interesting recent happenings in the Physical Science world, The Nu chapter was founded on this campus in l937. President ------------- -Ed Hollar Vice-President ------ -Robert Clarke Secretary ----- ----- ., lvan Smith Treasurer ----- -------Dick Utter f is KNEE? We 1 we Members of Kappa Delta Pi and advisors Mrs. Billie Shumate and Mrs, Alvin Morris. Busy making plans. OFFICERS President . , Wayne Smith Lea Ann Baker Vice-President Robert Hudson Secretary Jean Oltmans Treasurer . - Jean Lane Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary education fraterrj ty, began the year with a picnic for its members. A tea wcl held early in the tall for education majors and minon Twelve new members were initiated first semester and, banquet was held in their honor. Outstanding guest speaker during second semester wj Mr. Paul Hawkins of Wichita University. Kappa Delta Pi conjunction with FTA held a tea for the Master Teachi Award winners. Ten new members were initiated into Kaj pa Delta Pi second semester. Kappa Delta Pi members are selected from the uppi twenty per cent of the junior and senior classes. Other fat tors taken into consideration are their professional promis personality, and high scholastic standing. KAPPA DELTA PI Pl OMEGA PI OFFICERS President -. s... ,sec .e....eDon Coffee Vice-President .. . Beverly Robinson Secretary . . . .,. Jackie Turner Treasurer .- Melba Roswurm Pi Omega Pi, honorary business frater- began the year with a get-acquainted picnic held in collaboration with FBLA for new business students on the campus. A coffee hour was held for alums at Homecom- ing and a formal banquet was held in April for Pi Omega Pi members. Other activities during the year were a field trip to Wichita and work on the L. A. Parke Memorial Schol- arship and a Pi Omega Pi Scholarship, which will be offered next year. A yearbook, MU Pl OMEGAN, was published under the direc- tion of Editor Ollie Boltin, assisted by Glenna Cooper. nity, Right: President Coffee discussing business with members of Pi Omega Pi. Seated: Mr. Herman Baehr, Miss Rida Duckwall, Miss Ethel Hansen, Shirley Walker, Carol Switzer, Donald Coffee, Beverly Robinson, Melba Roswurm, Ollie Boltin, Glenna Cooper, Mr. Victor Hiett. Second Row: Dr. E. C. McGill, Dr. R. B. Russell, George Marstall, Kenneth E. Martin, Jim Monroe, Eldon Kadel, John Burns, Bruce Musgrave, Bruce McFerrin, Bob Becker, Gerald Saunders. Third Row: Russell Priestley, Pat Goulden, Betty Lewick, Janice Sauder, Lois James, Roberta Cummins, Lovella Kuepker, Christa Thompson, Mr. Charles Peterson, Charles Buckley. Fourth Row: Bob Scheibe, Joyce VanGundy, Emma Ledwith, Beverly Weir, Carol Gamble, Virginia Holdren, Jo Markley, Lela Phillips, Mary Jo Agrelius, Sharon Winters, Lavetta Derfelt. zemimsw PI KAPPA DELTA OFFICERS President ua. .. up . . ua. Gary Poorman Vice-President . Don Edmunds Secretary-Treasurer , . Dave Blackim Pi Kappa Delta, Honorary Forensic Fraternity, has a membership of over 29,000 and lists chap- ters in 176 colleges in the United States. Our chapter, Kansas Zeta, was founded in 1917. Since that time it has been a leader in the organization, with several of its members graduating to jobs of high responsibility. Among these members are Congressman Ed Rees, Senator Frank Carlson and State Representative Clyde Wilson. ln Addition, Dr. George Pflaum is a Past President of the Na- tional Organization and Charles Masten, former debate coach here, is Governor ot the Province of the Plains. 134 This year, sixteen new members were added to the local chapter, one of the largest new en- rollments in several years. Composed primarily of members at the debate squad, but open to any student interested in forensic work. The chapter this year has published the Rebuttal Box, a' high school debate publication with a circulation of 1,200, sponsored a banquet for high school de- baters, contributed judges for several high school debate tournaments, assisted in Emporia State For- ensic Tournament and participated in the Pi Kappa Delta Province meeting at Southwestern College. - CLUB OFFICERS President Us, -W as .--, an Floyd QUiI'1CY Secretary-Treasurer ee-, We e Ari' Ridgwoy Corresponding Secretary --e-ee. ,Merrill Deck K-Club, an honorary organization for men of outstanding athletic ability, kept the large fresh- man class well in hand as it enforced 'the wearing of the beanie' tradition with paddle and bullpen. During Homecoming, K-Club members en- tertained alums who were former athletes of That's what you get when you don't wear your beanie! E-State. l President, Floyd Quincy, gets well wishes from Dean Trusler. good fight, but we won! Those Freshmen put up a l 135 Above, Left to Right, Seated: Professor Sheffield, Professor Robert l-ludson, lvan Smith, Richard Utter, Melvin Johnson Laird, Professor Tucker, Dr. Peterson, Second Row: Ardell Third Row: Robert Chatham, James Bishop, Edwin l-lollar Bird, Don French, Gerald Witten, William King, Jack Ring, Wayne Davidson, Richard Thompson. KAPPA MU EPSILON Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honorary mathematics society for undergraduate students. The Kansas Beta Chap- ter was founded in l932 and has elected 430 members since that time. lt is one of fifty chapters in the United States. Qualifications for membership are based on scholarship and interest in Mathematics. There were 55 active members on the campus this year. During the year, the chapter held two initiations, a Below, Front Row: Maurice Holtfrerich, George Blodig, Frank Howell, Barbara Carson, Frances Taylor, John Myers, Charles Firth. Second Row: Robert Beyer, Verlyn Unruh, Martin Carter, Jim Jones, Don Trowbridge, Charles Trauth, John Christmas party, a picnic, and four program meetings where papers by students and outside speakers were presented. Professor Charles B. Tucker is the immediate Past National President and Corresponding Secretary for the local chapter. Dr. O. J. Peterson is the sponsor, and Professor Lester Laird, Professor Vernon Sheffield, Professor Phil Cook and Miss Ruth Otterstrom are other faculty members. Atkinson. Third Row: Loren McLaughlin, Donald Richard- son, Dale Aikens, Lon Black, Dwann Veroda, Gary McCarty, Fred Madaus, Kenneth Kelley. 1 DEPARTMENTAL First Row: Kay Thorne, Wanda Harrell, Mary Daily, Georgia Turner, Rose Moore, Ruth Swearingen, Beverly George, Sharon Thompson, Connie Capp, Christa Thompson, Roberta Cummins, Mary Ann Fulton, Mr. Victor C. Hiett. Second Row: Elmer Hedrick, Van Adams, Laurence Russell, Lavern Schallehn, Don Schrader, Vivian Heidel, Sally Williamson, Carla Loomis, OFFICERS FQ BQ President . . . oz. ,.ss,. .. ---Carlie Trower Vice-President . ,zzz .,zzzBarbara Baltz Secretary .LLL ooso .L..z..Christa Thompson Treasurer dozen ouss ..zz-zCharIes Buckley Future Business Leaders of America is the organization for those students interested in the business field. This year, the E-State chapter had l IO members. Monthly meetings were held through- out the year. The meetings were devoted to problems and other things of interest in the First Row: R. B, Russell, Louise Hudson, Lois Ann Hudson, Marilyn Dutford, Ronda Sidman, Darlene Baker, Marla Phillips, Bonnie Peters, Peggy Ann Riley, Dr. E. C. McGill. Second Row: Janie Evans, Patricia Stevens, Richard Van Valkenburg, Phyllis Rexroad, Richard Lyster, Margaret Novak, Elaine Burns, Osa Storey, Donna Davis, Kenneth Martin. Third Row: Betty Jehle, Ann Longstaff, Marilyn Weaver, Garland Garrison, Leo Dalton, Jim Roe, David Farnsworth, Dean Krell, Charles Buckley, Max Seacat, Duane McKeever, Van Lett. L. A. business field. ln November, approximately 50 mem- bers went to Kansas City to tour the Federal Reserve Bank, the Pontiac, Buick, and Olds- mobile branch of General Motors Corpora- tion. At the December meeting, Dr. J. Leroy Thompson of the Wall Street Journal, spoke on the services of the Wall Street Journal Organization. A tour was also made to the local Globe Union Battery Plant. Several mem- bers also attended the State FBLA convention in Pittsburg, Kansas. Dolores Piper, Barbara Redman, Dorothy Zeferjohn, Esta Le Mapes, Barbara Baltz. Third Row: Carols S. Yuja, Mariorie Buckman, Phyllis Franz, Carlie Trower, Jeanne Arnett, Shirlee Barr, Beverly Weir, Emma Ledwith, Shirley Walker, Elda Manning, Connie Miller. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS President . zu-. .... ...--,z -Joyce Grieder Vice-President . -- .. zz-.. .. . Dorellis Brown Secretory-Treasurer .. ,e,e, , Florence Snell Future Teachers of America is the pro- fessional organization for all students pre- paring to teach. The purpose of the organi- zation is to promote interest in professional organizations of teachers and to give insight into the profession itself. The year's program was planned around the theme "F. T. A. Serves," which was car- ried out in many interesting ways. At the first meeting of the year, President John E. King spoke of the importance of the teaching profession. Other meetings were devoted to the discussion of professional problems. Miss Ruth Stout told of the relation of F. T. A. to other professional organizations, N. E. A. and K. S. T. A. FACULTY BOARD CONTROL Ina Bormon Helen Douglass Al Morris E. J. Calkins Billy Shumate During the year, the organization tries to plan activities which they will be doing when out teaching. Among these are the sponsorship of the Roosevelt High School Future Teachers of America Club and sup- plying information to high schools interested in starting local chapters. This year the chapter chartered buses for the fall teachers' meetings in Topeka and Wichita, making possible the attendance of nearly sixty students. The annual Spring Banquet was held in May, with Dr. Don Davis as the principal speaker. Officers for the coming year were also installed at the Banquet. if First Row: Perry Riddle, Mrs. Billy Shumate, Miss Helen Douglass, Miss lna Bormon, Dorellis Brown, Joyce Grieder, Miss Ruth Stout, Eleanor Bohm, Florence Snell, Virginia Wingo, Norma Bynum, E. J. Calkins. Second Row: Jerry Sinclair, Berdeen Bauck, Martha Ann Fitts, Joyce Lanier, Margaret Fowler, Shirley Long, Betty Shepherd, Ruth Crosby, Frances Cyphert, Kenneth Martin, Duane Anstine, Betty Fick. Third Row: Bob Scheibe, Annette Mosser, Lovetta Derfelt, Glenna Pummill, Carol Switzer, Kay Pogue, Geraldine Wall, Nina Merrifield, Pat Davis, Alberta Anderson, Bill Pierce. Fourth Row: Gladis Tyler, Lois James, Janice Wadsworth, Juanita Spencer, Carlene Hansen, Nancy Lollar, Pat Hayes, Betty Kelley, Shirley Bobek, Jane Browning, Janie Evans, Kathy Willhaus, Clarence Richardson. Fifth Row: Mary Helen Dover, Vera Rudiger, Shirley Schwilling, Daisy Kinosheta, Lorene Partin, Leta Eshbaugh, Sharon Winters, Wanda Lauppe, Charlotte Hugchcraft, Marilyn Halley, Jean Oltmanns. 139 ELSIE PINE LIBRARY CLUB-First Row: Barbara Russell, lnez Cox, Marylou Salto, Shirley Long, Miss Esther Vander Edna Eastwood, Ruth lrey, Mary Kettner, Marion Haag, Mary Velde, Joyce Weston, S. Hull Sisson, Shirley Bobek, Bonnie Lou Heydecker, Margaret Hollenshead, Mary lvey, Miss Hartley, Miss Ada E. Hodgson, Miss Ruth Hanson, Dr. Orville Harriet Elcock. Second Row: Miss Gertrude Lemon, Mr. L. Eaton, Semera A. Ice. Charles Pugh, Miss Opal Ziegler, Dr. Ralph A. Fritz, Mrs. ELSIE PINE LIBRARY CLUB The Elsie Pine Library Club met every second Tuesday of the month. The purpose of these meet- ings was to enable the members of the library sci- ence department to meet together in an informal atmosphere. At the end of the first semester, the club members elected Joyce Weston to replace Bar- bara Russell as president and Virginia Dillon replaced Mary Lou Heydecker as secretary-treasurer. lt has become almost traditional for the Library Club to begin and end each year with a picnic. The highlight of the year's programs comes at Christmas time. This year, the main feature was a special panel discussion on Christmas art. Faculty sponsors of the Library Club are Mrs. Inez Cox and Dr. Ralph A. Fritz. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS President . . Jolene Pinder Vice-President . Pat Bradley Secretary Charlene Larkin Treasurer . , . C. Marilyn Halley The Home Economics Club planned its program this year with social and educational ideals in mind. The annual picnic for all new majors and minors began the year's activities. A demonstration was given on turkey carving for the November meeting. At Christmas, the Home Economics girls gave a party for underprivileged children. An initiation break- fast brought the activities to a close in the spring. At this time senior members were initiated into American Home Economics Association. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-First Row: Carolyn Manda, Peggy Andrews, Janet Bond, Joanne Kochner, Carol Leo Arlene Richardson, Joyce Grieder, Dorothy Nielsen, Betty Hobough, Betty Wheat, Charlene Larkin, Sylvia Rassumssin. Breukelman, Miss Margaret Corrigan. Second Row: Ruth Fourth Row: Hoori Besharat, Frances Morris, Janie Nelson, Crosby, Mardell Taylor, Barbara Allen, Nelda Windsor, Mary Vivian Long, Jolene Pinder, Carlotta Bobek, Claragene Johns- Alice Jones, Glenna Cooper, Pauline Craig. Third Row: Kath- ton, Eileen Cannon, leen Wilson, Pat Bradley, Nancy Umdenstock, Mary Powell, 136' THE FIVE A musical group familiar to E-State students. MATHEMATICS CLUB OFFICERS President J .. Jim Jones Vice-President . Susan Schmidt Secretary . .. Janet Pruitt Treasurer . L Lon Black The Mathematics Club is an organiza- 'ion of students of mathematics who find leasure in making, outside the classroom, rief studies of the subject matter, the his- tory, and the teaching of the science. The only requirement for membership is an in- terest in mathematics. Among the activities of the group were nonthly meetings, a Christmas party and 'he annual spring picnic. Some of the topics for discussion at several of the meetings here: Problems of engineering, Space travel, :nd the Importance of Mathematics in Music. Faculty sponsors of the organization Nere Charles B. Tucker, Lester E. Laird, and D. J. Peterson. First Row: Charles B. Tucker, Oscar J. Peterson, Robert L. Beyer, Frances Raylor, Barbara Carson, Janet Pruitt, Lon Black, John Atkinson, Bill Liggett, Vernon Sheffield, Lester E. Laird. Second Row: Maurice Holtfrerich, Charles Trauth, Fred Madaus, John Goode, Keith Sylvester, Melvin Johnson, Donald Trowbridge, Loren G. McLaughlin. Third Row: Merlin Strahm, Charles Baker, Wayne James, Dwann Veroda, Neil Yoder, Carl Lehman, James Bishop, Robert Chatham. Y... SPANISH CLUB President .-, -... ..s-Ted Wischrc Vice-President Ag,,,, .. ,,., .. Margaret Fow Sec retary-Treasurer . L L L. . .L ,,,, Marbeth Emswi The purpose of the Spanish Club is aid the members in their ability to spei Spanish. Some of the activities used to he carry out this purpose were the two langua picnics, the annual pinata at Christmas, ai guest speakers from Latin America. First Row: John Cisneros, Victor Malosquez. Second Row: Margaret Fowler, Patsy Modrell, Mr, J. R. Aiken, Miss Minnie Miller, Dorothy Smith, Marilyn McKibben. Third Row: Nancy Page, Sandra Robertson, Marbeth Emswiler, Kay Hughes, Geraldine Morris, Jo Engle, Rose Moore, Mary Lou Heydecker, Ann Harrison. Fourth Row: Mario Vargas, James Whitehair, Sam Hofer, Ted Wischropp, Charles Gilbert, Virgil True, Pat Green, Ann King, GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS President . .., .LM . . .-L,Richard Utter Vice-Presidenten. . . . -..,Sl'1GI'Or1 Wilson Secretary-Treasurer .A . ,,,ShirIey Bobek The purpose of the German Club is to help the members improve their ability to speak German. Some of the club's activities , were participation in the two language pic- nics, and dinners in the Student Union. First Row: Barbara Carson, Edwin Hollar, Dolores Diel, Sharon Wilson, Richard Utter, Shirley Bobek, Roland Mears, Anna Krosky. Second Row: Curtis Johnson, Richard Housley, Charles A. Trauth, Jackie Ring, Carl Wisler, Donald Trowbridge, Eldon Carpenter, Robert Clarke, Kerns Allen, Paul Spohn, Leon Lowrey, Mr. J. R. FRENCH CLUB Aiken. President .. . L . . . ,. ,,Kay Hugh Vice-President ,L L, . ..,,Doug Lyc Secretory-Treasurer LL.. Verna l'l0rt1 The French Club held semi-month luncheons to help improve conversation i French. Other activities included the tvs language picnics, the annual Christmas bar quet, and evenings spent in the homes c faculty members. First Row: Orville Mosher, Leslie Potter, Katherine Hughes, Verna Horton, Doug Lyons, Norma Neff. Second Row: Marius Baron, Mrs. Marius Baron, Mrs. Leslie Potter, Marbeth Emswiler, Daline Dudley, Deanne Bovmer. Third Row: Phil Keller, Phillip Hieronymous, Karen Splitter, Jerry Morris, Barbara Moore, Judy Garrett, Tom Beatty, Torn York. Fourth Row: Bekele Tinsae, Madge Smith, Marilyn McKibben, Pat Wright, Sally Choice, Mary Ivey, Jalal Besharat, Miss Minnie Miller. Fifth Row: Howard Adams, Nancy Zeigler, Art Smith, Mrs. Lyda Jones, Richard Searls, Harry Firth, Bud Morgan, Dale Dunn, Bill Watts, Ted Wischropp, EMPORIA STATE PLAYERS The Emporia State Players presented two ways this year, FIRST LADY, a comedy and THE ADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT, a fantasy. Em- iria State Players, campus theater organization, composed of students who have been seen in State productions. Admission to the group is ' invitation after the student acquires sufficient mints in acting and production, and membership maintained by participation in one production a mester. The organization is one of the most :tive groups on the campus and many enjoy the sults of its members' long hours of back-break- g work. A number of the Players are involved every production, and all of them are involved some capacity in Curli-Q, the annual variety iow. Each year at the annual Speech Awards Enquet awards are presented to the best actor, .st actress, and best character portrayal, along ith an award for outstanding technical work. 'alt Spitz and Dixie Witt received the best actor Wd actress awards for l956. Receiving the best ipporting actress award was Mrs. Joan Anderson. chnical awards were presented to Janice Sauder d Betty Breukelman. The cast rehearses for The First Lady. OFFICERS President Don Hazen Vice-President Cal Pritner Secretary , Betty Breukelman Treasurer Janice Sauder Seated: Shirley Spitz, Shirley Long, Betty Breukelman, Janice Sauder, Bill Watts, Joan Anderson, Mary Ann Bernard, Ann King. Second Row:' Sally Price, Donna Lou Donnelly, Margaret Sue Denniston, Chuck Whitson, Kerry Lafferty, Fred Updegratf, Joyce Grieder, Dixie Witt, Verna Horton, Cal Pritner. Back Row: David Cropp, Steve Archer, Dick Paga- nini, Dave Parker, Eldon Evans, Don Hazen, Joe Rassillon, Jim Wilson, Louis Anderson, Don Hess. SPLASH CLUB OFFICERS President . . . . .. . Jerry Shaw Secretary-Treasurer Frankie Bassett W.R.A. Representative Karen Palmer Splash Club is open to all college wome who enjoy swimming. During the year, mer bers learn new stunts, strokes, and skills ar perfect their swimming abilities. Early in March Splash Club held a watt show for the Physical Education Club. Speci performers for the show were Vickie Bec Sally Choice, Joyce Nakoma, Helen Co Doris Follis, and Verna Horton. The Cll. also did a novelty number for the K.S.T.t Play Day. WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB OFFICERS President .. Shirley Kruckenbe Vice-President .. Sally Mirac Secretary-Treasurer Nelda Winds The Women's Physical Educatic Club is composed of physical edi cation majors and minors. The pu pose of the club is to promote leac ership, professional advancemen and social relationships. Meeting consist of movies, speeches an demonstrations, followed by a sho recreation period. The club sponsored their annum Christmas Dinner which was followe by group singing and stunts given l: each class and the faculty, Front Row: Jerry Shaw, Glenna Burke, Jerrie Wall, Jo Markley, son, Dorothy Dickson. Third Row: Joan Draney, Rhonda Ann Dwelle, Shirley Knouft, Sally Reeder. Second Row: Sidman, Carolyn Tolbert, Rosetta Smith, Sharon Thompson Ruth Scott, Marilyn Dufford, Lois Hudson, Myrna Sage, Nancy Pat Hoffen, Miss Fox, Sally Choice, Linda Cunningham Page, Pat Stevens, Carolyn Corlot, Rada Bryant, Louise Hud- Marilyn Miller, Nancy Crowell, Jeanne Arnett. SIGMA PI SIGMA OFFICERS President L , , ss,, L, ,Pat Stevens Vice-President , Jeanne Arnett Secretary L as Rosetta Smith Treasurer ,Linda Cunningham Sigma Pi Sigma, Emporia State's Pep Club, is active at all athletic events during the year. The club also acts as a service organization and helps with school functions when needed. Sigma Pi Sigma is open to all college women. Leaders of E-State's cheering section busily at work. RHYTHMIC CIRCLE Seated: Edna Javier, Peggy Fulton, Miriam Gilman, Norma Neff, Connie Capp. Second Row: Ruth Stem, Sandra Robertson, Elaine Burns, R'Dee Kelly, Nelda Windsor, Betty Green, Darlene Gilman, Peggy Riley, Karalyn Agrelius. Third Row: Jeannine Downing, Ann Dwelle, Glenna Burke, Carol Travis, Dot l-lays, Ilene Sanders, Don McCowen, Ann King, Norma Winter, Nancy Carson, Pat Goulden, Judy Garrett, Daline Daudley, Mary Powell. Not Pictured: Deanna Kirby, Donna Merritt, Nancy Southern, Bessie Wetzler, Mary Ann Fulton, Myung Hi Park, Barbara Light, Karen Splitter. OFFICERS President of Senior Groupwu, Don McCowen President of Junior Group N or , u. , Miriam Gilman Secreta ry-Treasurer C C ,C C, so C ,C ., Pat Goulden Publicity , u,....,cu,, ,,Nancy Carson Rhythmic Circle consists of those stu- dents who are interested in dance. 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AA A W1 -- wifi?-5- A Q- Af, A Zw-- -- 1 - 'A I-QQQ A Y 3 , A Hmm CHEERLEADERS for i955-56-Ann Dwelle, Jerri Wall, Sally Reeder, Jerry Shaw, Shirley Knouft, head yell leader Jo Markley, and Glenna Burke. THEY GOT THE PEP ..... BANNERS CRISS CROSS with torches and streamers at the Homecoming pep rally. FOOTBALL Q 'I J BRAINS BEHIND THE BRAWN-Emporia State's l955 coaching staff ponders a piece of strategy before an afternoon workout. Left to right are Melvin "Shorty" Long, line coach, Tom Fitzgerald, assistant line tutor, Keith Caywood, new head coach, Col Reimer, assistant backfield coach, and E, D. "Gus" Fish, backtield coach. i HOMECOMING STARTERS-Awaiting the quarterbacks signals are the eleven gridders who started for E-State in the Homecoming tilt with Pittsburg State H955 CIC championsl. Pitt tossed a 7-O wrench in the Hornet grid machine. Starters are: Dick McCallum and Earl Herrera, halfbacksj Sam Casamento, fullback, Art Ridgway, quarterback, Danny Clodfelter, and Allen McKeague, ends, Marv Selby and Jim Wells, tackles, Autrey Calloway and Bill Gray, guards, and Larry Ginoza, center. EVERYBODY'S GETTING into the act in this bit of action from the home opener against Washburn. The lchabqds came out of the pile-up with V a 26-6 win. SPEAKING OF ACTION .... A program of rebuilding faced head coach Keith Caywood in his first year as Hornet head man. His squad, composed largely of freshmen and sophomores who were lacking in experience, looked good in pre- season contests but folded when confronted by league competition. Disappointed fans saw Caywood's charges drop home games to all comers. Only in the Pittsburg contest did the E-State gridders near their potential. Several young prospects began to prove them- selves near the season's end, much to the pleasure of the coaching staff. After ten games without a taste of victory, Hornet footballers can only go one way next season, and that is UP. MAPPING STRATEGY - Deep in thought, Hornet coaches "Shorty Long and Keith Caywood lleftl conduct a mental search for that win ing combination. ' END OF THE LINE - Hornet Dean Nishimura is stopped by a UMD tackler after a short gain. The Minnesota eleven stopped many threats in the battle for the "lron Frog." N VICTORY NEVER occupied a seat among Coach Cay- , wood's gridders, despite the manpower in numbers apparent in this shot of the bench. I955 FOOTBALL RECORD E-State Opponent I3 Omaha University 35 l2 NE Oklahoma State 30 26 SW Missouri State 27 6 Washburn University 26 7 Southwestern College 29 20 Ft. Hays State 32 O Pittsburg State 7 7 St. Benedict's 20 7 U. of Minn. lDuluthI I2 O North Texas State 62 OFFICIAL CLEARANCE is given a UMD ball-carrier lrightb as he romps tor the second and decisive touch- down in the I2-7 contest. , if ., . f fe Q O Q K 'V A Q 1 : L, w ,w,.5'Q,vgff', ,X 4 ' K, lr, .' Q 4 L ,A I wsu, get V-eff--' - if +7 6 .-, . , I ,, A A - , Q if, 1 ,rf "I i gailsg:g3'f5i, ,,, '51 ' 'H " ti gg? - A , W h z H E, A I ' iimrkk 'S ' 7 fi, 'Y . -'V '7'fv k' '. V f" f. ' , 72:5 " Q 5 -fffifraiif jg ff wi, ff- w., WHERE'S THAT HOLE? - Marc Duckett, Southwestern h a l t b a c k, looks for an opening between a team- mate and E-State tacklers Charlie Rogers C277 and Dan Horiuchi l20J, , 1 + -W 5 .-at S-04 S 31 . it f' 3 595- e9 BASKETBALL Pre-season hopes for a successful 55-56 season rested on the tall, young shoulders of a host of newcomers. Three of the tallest freshmen to play for the Hornets since World War ll gave Coach "Gus" Fish the height he needed to team with returning lettermen. The trio, Cary Prickett, 6-5, Jim Smith, 6-6, and Norm Holthouse, 6-l, helped the Hornets compile a 2-6 non-confer- ence record against rugged opposition which took them as far south as Shreveport, La., and as far northeast as Terre Haute, lnd. Ending the road trip and beginning the CIC season, the E-Staters were defeated by Southwestern, 77-76, after trailing 68-63 with only a minute left in regulation time, The defeat was followed by an intermittent win-loss performance which kept the Hornets never worse than fourth place. On the home court, however, the Fishmen were nearly invincible. Only St. Benedict's and Washburn won on the Hornet homeland. Wiping out a five-point deficit in the last minute, Emporia State used a barrage of free throws to end Pittsburg State's 22-game winning streak with a spine-tingling 87-83 overtime victory. Pitt went on to win the CIC title before losing in the NAIA tourney. Emporia finished the season in fourth place. Jack Miller, 5-ll senior guard, set an all-time Emporia State scoring record, scoring 9Ol points in 74 games during three seasons, eclipsing the record of 896 established in the 1930's by Jerome Carroll. Miller, who led conference scorers with an l8.5 average, was named to the United Press CIC all-star team. Buck Quincy rated honorable mention. HORNETS REJOICE after the "big" win over high-flying Pittsburg State. f"--5 ' First Row: Miller, Holthouse, Pricketf, Quincy, Hayes. Second 4 Row: Dickey, Dupont, Dewerff, Smith, Boharmon, DeWeese, Laughrey, Muckenrhaler, Nelson. COACHES QM E. D. "Gus" Fish Cal Reimer Head Coach Aggigfam THE SEASON E-State Opponent 86 Alumni 7l 44 Oklahoma City U. 63 67 Rockhurst 80 7O N.W. Missouri State 67 67 Rockhurst 86 6O North Texas State 73 75 Centenary College 80 74 Northeast Louisiana 80 83 Findlay College 68 Pitt takes another rebound. 22:53 Indiana State 67 76 Southwestern 77 79 Omaha University 62 78 Fort Hays State 66 tiilvlidwest Tournament, Terre Haute, lndiana Come to Papa," says Hawk defender. Holthouse tires against Pittsburg State. RECORD E-State Opponent 71 Pittsburg State 88 102 Kansas City U. 74 77 Fort Hays State 83 87 N.W, Missouri State 70 57 St. Benedict's 53 59 Nebraska Un-iversity 72 75 Washburn University 81 99 Southwestern 60 75 Omaha University 70 59 St. Benedict's 62 87 Pittsburg State 83 79 Kansas City U. 61 69 Washburn University 81 Seniors Bohannon and Miller Homef, 1Ch8b0dS wait f0f ball fo CWOP. Miller fires going away against Washb 3 S 5 1 E i 2 I EMPORIA STATE TRACKMEN - lleft to right! back row: manager Bob Horn, front row: Fran Gangel, Harold Thompson, Coach F. G. "Fran" Welch, George Gibbs, Lawrence Jones, Ray Velasquez, Clair Hutchinson, Billy Tidwell, Joe Mills, Bill Autrey Calloway, Don Blow, Jack Kelley, Duane Shaft, Joe Deweese, Dick Utter, Warner Wirta, Artie Dunn and Bill Davis. Rossillon, George Lespagnard, Don Mayberry and equipment Records fell one after another behind the churning spikes of Emporia State trackmen, more records broken than any other CIC team, but not enough to win the conference title. Pittsburg, helped by strong performers in the dashes and field events, earned its fourth consecutive CIC track title. E-State finished on the heels of second place Fort Hays State. Fran Welch's runners were strong in the relays, breaking records in five meets during the year and edging close to other marks. Anchor-, man Tidwell turned in a flurry of rapid timings in his segment of distance. Polevaulter Dick Utter caused a stir in track circles with leaps of I4-4, I4-I Vg and I4. Utter had to settle for second in the NAIA meet at San Diego. His best effort, I3-SV4, was short of OccidentaI's Gutowski's I4-8V2. Sportswriters used up every adjective in the book de- scribing TidweII's running. The Hornet ace was a double winner in the NAIA meet with victories in the I ,500 meters in 325i .3 and the 800 meters in I 349. A calf injury incurred in a workout dimmed Tid- well's Olympic hopes and forced him to scratch frorr the NCAA meet. Running only in the 800 meters ir the National AAU meet, the E-State speedster qualii fied for the Olympic Tryouts. Still held at below-normal speed by the injury Tidwell got past the qualifying round but was defeatec in the finals. The field was one of the best ever ti qualify at the 800 meter distance. Out of Olympic contention, Tidwell ran ii Europe with a touring group of U. S. trackmen, run ning against some of the best in the world. CRACK SPRINT MEDLEY relay team looks over the trophy lleft won at the Texas Relays with a 3223.4 marking in the race, three tenths of a second behind the record. Dick Utter Polevaulter e Fy f ' 4 .V 5 fj 'Y ,ij I A 6 ,W x fy ..,., " ' I 7 5 , 7S2a2m,w,,,:g:egfg- , I John Lamkin Hurdler ...I Tidwell crosses the line first at KU Relays. Artie Dunn Distance runner Lawrence Jones Middle-distance runner Don Blow-Broadjumper 1 Y Tidwell well ahead of the pack. THE TEAM - left to right: Tony Martone, Roy Hicks, Don Blow, Bill Dovis, Cloir Hutchinson, Ray Velosquez, Bill Tidwell, Francis Gongel, Lowrence Jones, Aubrey Eld- ridge, Joe Mills ond George Gibbs. CROSS COUNTRY Coach Fran Welch's cross-country runners made a creditable showing in their seven-meet season, placing first in four outings and second in one, the lowa AAU-sponsored Midwest Open. Running over snow covered terrain in 26- degree temperature, Billy Tidwell outran NCAA cross-country champion, Al Frame of KU, in the lowa meet. During the season the E-Staters competed against rugged Missouri U. and Oklahoma AGM teams, losing l4-23, at Missouri and finishing third behind Oklahoma Baptist U. and host Oklahoma AGM at Stillwater. Tidwell had a five-victory skein intact before the AGM race. A strong finish by Sture Landquist, a Swedish runner in Aggie spangles, dealt Tidwell his first second-place finish of the season. Tidwell, the lone Emporia State entry in the NCAA cross-country meet at East Lansing, Mich., finished tenth in the race won by Charlie Jones of lowa University. TENNIS Occupying a position of neglect in CIC net circles for years, Emporia State used the tennis mastery of newcomer Dave Circle to attract a bit of attention, A strong singles man during regular season play, Circle finished even stronger, cap- turing third place in the CIC tournament by edging Max Reck of Pittsburg, 6-3, 7-9, 6-l, 6-3. Circle defeated Smith of Fort Hays State in the first round and another Tiger, fourth-seeded Horn, in the second round. Pitted against two-year defending champ Tommy Davidson of Washburn, Circle lost 6-2, 6-3. Circle's win over Reck, last year's second place winner, gave the Hornets a pair of team points and third place in the conference. Four regular season matches were won by Circle and his teammates. The Hornet netters lost seven matches. Washburn continued its monopoly of CIC tennis, winning its tenth conference title in as many tries. ClRCLE4Number three in CIC. NETTERS-left to right, Tom Beattie, Clive Dunn, Wes Laughlin, Dave Circle, Bill "Shakey" Elrod and Coach Robin Wood. 159 GOLF Emporia State golfers got little more than exercise out of their l956 ClC links competition. The Hornet golfers failed to win a team match, although the four golfers, Larry Sigler, Ed White, John Jenkins and Ken Vaughn, added an occa' sional individual victory. St. Benedict's continued to top conference linksmen as two brothers, Tom and Jim Scaletty, combined to give the Ravens another crown. Washburn, Pittsburg, Fort Hays and Emporia State finished the CIC race in l-2-3-4 order, behind St. Benedict's. John Jenkins approaches the green. MENS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Emporia State boasts of having one of the finest physical education staffs in the state. Students in the men's health and physical education de- partment learn the games and skills while playing, or teaching them. The "phy ed" majors learn while teaching others to learn. Classes in the campus laboratory school serve as "on the job training" for the future coaches of Kansas youth. Student referee in action. Andy Carroll instructs fledgling tumblers. Russell covers the second sack. Schlesener firing a high, hard one. BASEBALL Baseball returned to the campus on a near-varsity level for the first time in recent years. Emporia State finished a season of competition against small college and armed service teams with a 4-4 record. Owning a 4-l record going into the final weeks of play, the Hornets dropped a doubleheader to Friends University, 8-6 and l2-9. College of Emporia added the coup de grace with a l6-6 final game win. Big man on the hill for Coach Chuck Sisson's nine was Loren Obley with a 2-O marking. Obley was handy with the bat, too, compiling a .307 hitting average. Ron Hiebert's l-O and Gary Schlesener's O-2 record rounded out pitching efforts. Buck Quincy led hitters with a .487 average, which in- cluded three round trippers. Other top hitters were Bill Muck- enthaler, .3l6g Larry Maskus, .3lOg Fred Flook, .257 and Charles McCollum, 250. 'W l Pritner stretches for a throw. xg S 0 ovypbrs wt Activity in the women's intramural league evolved from the sports of basketball, volleyball, tennis, bowling and badminton, to name a few, with the intramural championships being shared by both sorority and independ- ent teams. lt took a miracle, Sally Miracle, to win the first women's golf champion- ship, Miracle edged Shirley Sanner on holes l, 2 and 4, but Sanner tied it up by taking a margin on holes 5 and 6. Miracle clinched the title on holes 7 and 8. The golf play was typical of the play in the other intramural sports. Mary Etling eyes the target. -E WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION sponsors intramural athletics for Emporia State women, Members are: left to right, front row: Karen Palmer, Kathleen Wilhaus, Beverly Dillman, Wilma Lee, Helen Cox, Jo Berendsg second row: Dorothy Martin, Nelda Windsor, Joyce Nakama, Elaine Burns, Doris Follis, Verna Horton, Edna McCullough, sponsor, third row: Kathleen Fox, of the Women's Physical Education Department, Betty Christensen, Ophelia Flores, Shirley Sanner, Barbara Moore and Jo Sisson, Pat Stevens finds it's a bull's-eye. I S Q95 M 'J Competition for the intramural all- sports trophy was more evenly matched than in other years, but the Phi Sigs annexed the title-as in other years- with wins in basketball, swimming and track, not to mention their clean sweep of softball competition, Only in football, won by the Out- laws with a 6-O win over the Sig Eps in a playoff game, was the Phi Sig sting ineffective. Referees caught in the middle in this bit of action Taking to the water like fish, the Phi Sigs splashed to a first-place win in the intramural swimming meet with a landslide 67 to 3l margin over the second place Sig Tau swimmers, The always-strong Hawaiians managed a 22-point showing in the meet. AKL Ray Moritz gets the one-two treatment. Another rebound for the AKLS I' if it X95 f fs? ,Av R x, ,4 PSP Q3 ls lf lls'f ft 5 X t .1 A couple of E-State students studying publicity posters which decorate all the walls preceding elections. ELECTIO TIME Democratic elections were held during the year to select class officers and Student Council members. Pep rallies, speeches, publicity, and convocations helped ta increase the interest and participation of the student body. Faithful supporters cheer for their party during convention. e platform of each party is given in an address to e student body in order that students will know what fir party proposes to do if elected. 165 Pretty E-State Hawaiian students entertain with a dance of native Hawaii. Practice teacher, Edwin Flores, instructs an enthusiastic group of youngsters in the classroom. Student librarians busily at work 166 3ui I ' l-- -r r .- -. EXTRACURRICULAR 1-l S Richard Hawk President Bob Hudson Louis Anderson Senior Representative Senior Representative STUDENT OFFICERS President . . z- , . zu,,Richard Hawk Vice-President .-.Tommie Hoskins Secretary . ,c,.,Joan Anderson Treasurer u-,Dick Markham Sponsor .. , ,. u,Dr. Harry Waters Sponsor. -,czDr. William Schnitzer Advisor u, .. Dr. Laurence Boylan To work for the benefit of the student body and the college in general was the overall objec- tive of the i955-56 Student Council. This ob- jective and the philosophy that the Student Coun- cil should be a service organization as well as a student government body governed the activities and stimulated the thinking and action of the twelve council members. Sponsorship of Emporia State's first Student Leadership Conference was the first major project of the Council. Talks by E. G, Williamson, Dean of Students at the University of Minnesota, and President John E. King were supplemented by group discussions among student leaders. One of the outgrowths of the Conference to stimulate and improve leadership on the campus was the "Handbook for Student Organizations," which the Council published to help student lead- ers plan and conduct successful meetings and activities in their organizations. 1 it " - - ' ,559 ' f Hiiii ??,':f'l'Li ii - . .L Vi., A , yt w V 15534331 .Ts-ost i,:x,y,st:m.g t 'l .5 ' , vvl- Xmseg ty " , if - ,, , ' '- .V fi '13 i ,x4'v59":wj1f?:1 wt 'wwwfizg htgfs. rfff,e5'. 4 agigigk ,,3,,:l,. me 'Z tcm-.Q risk? is we A nga 'FE its-rig' .N ., ,V 1, ss -'+A-Q wtgigsl,-w - ,. gtg' 466 2345 5 A' tfff',,Q:.Ej, ,L Qi r lr fff 'lf - 1 - z a . rf ii!! A1325 1 rw' HH 4 Li: W 12 . 4 ' Q 1 Reece Bohannon Bill Tidwell Cal Pritner AI Clinkenbeard Senior Representative Junior Representative Junior Representative Junior Representative 168 COUNCIL In an effort to establish better relationships and co-ordination among the student government bodies of all the Central Intercollegiate Confer- ence, the Student Council planned and organized a CIC student government group known as the Central Intercollegiate Conference Associated Stu- dent Councils. The CICASC, which meets regu- larly once a semester, provides the opportunity for student council members of the various CIC schools to exchange ideas, solve problems affect- ing the individual schools, and to solve problems affecting the CIC. Planning and adopting a school ring especial- ly designed for Emporia State climaxed the work of the Council during the second semester. Feeling a definite responsibility for the social life of Emporia State students, the Council spon- sored a full social calendar with all-college parties throughout the entire year. Outstanding Council- sponsored parties of the year included the Home- coming dance for which the Council brought in the Tex Beneke orchestra and the spring Mas- querade Ball at which the Cell Block 7 provided music and entertainment. In an effort to improve conditions for future years at E-State, the Council established an all- schoal social committee. Tommie Hoskins Vice-President Sally Choice James Whitehoir Freshman Representative Freshman Representative Joon Anderson Dick Markham Sophomore Representative Sophomore Representative Council at Work 'I69 THE BULLETIN ,Z The most outstanding highlight of firs semester was the Bulletin staff's con structive attack on the Twelfth Ave nue Safety Problem. The manner ir which The Bulletin presented its case and promoted the changes that wer: made through the cooperation of thi local police department, the college ad ministration, traffic committee, anc building and grounds, won for The Bulletin the second place award in it: division in the eighth annual Lumber- man's Casualty lnsurance Traffic Safer ty Contest. At left, George Marstal receives the award which amounted tc 5250. More than three hundrec entries were submitted in the contest THE BULLETIN Recognizing a responsibility of presenting unbiased news coverage of campus activity for the student body, the l955-l956 staff of The Bulletin presented a theory of progressiveness within its editorial policy. Without violating the principles of good journalism, The Bulletin attempted to air significant campus problems while serving as a publication representative of the journalism achievement of the Newspaper English I and ll classes. At the helm as editor-in-chief for the first semester was George Marstall, Sharon Winters, as- Associate editor Ray Koch and sports editor Del Brink- man discuss front page layout. Second semester Bulletin Editor Ed White. sociate editor, Larry Wall, Business manager, Don Edmunds and Harry Firth, editorial assistants, and Ray Call, news editor. During the second semester, with Ed White as editor-in-chief, The Bulletin continued its policy of the first semester. White's staff included Ray Koch, associate editor, Gerald Saunders, business man- ager, Leland Gassert, assistant business manager, Harry Firth and George Marstall, assistant editors, and Mariann Wasemiller as news editor. X.. THE SUNFLOWER Assistant editor, Arneida Gunier, and editor, Betty Fick Arneida Gunier, Betty Fick, Irabel Harper, and Linda Cunningham busily matching names with faces. Business manager Bruce McFerrin. Susan Schmidt, two very able contributors. Sally Choice and THE SUNI'-'LOWER lt was the wish of the i956 Sunflower staff to give E-Staters a bigger and better yearbook. ln an effort to do this, additional pages were added and the fall delivery plan was adopted. This plan makes possible the coverage of the complete school year up to and including the day of graduation, Here is the final product and the staff hopes a successful one. Sincere thanks to students and faculty for their assistance and patience. May this book satisfactorily record for you E-State i955-56. l Faithful photographer Howard Yoshinobu and helper Drusilla Piatt, 173 STATION KS T E-FM THE RADIO VOICE OF E-STATE The primary function of KSTE-FM is the student training in all phases of radio work. KSTE-FM is a 250 watt frequency mod- ulated -non-commercial educational radio sta- tion. It was licensed by the Federal Commu- nications Commission for unlimited operation on March IO, l953. The station is entirely student staffed and operated. KSTE-FM is on the air seven hours per day, five days a week, broadcasting programs of education, enter- tainment, and interest. KSTE-FM is a member of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters. Again this year the station participated in the production of television programs. Fred Updegraff, station manager, at the controls Radio students get actual experience in all phases of radio work. 174 l Rachel Hawk practices with mike. Getting some pointers from Coach Holladay. DEBATE E-State debaters enjoyed another successful season under the direction of debate coach Howard Holladay, Debaters were kept busy traveling to near and distant tournaments to par- ticipate in numerous forensic events. Smiles and the winning trophy. ' 'va Ready and waiting for the E-State Debate tournament to get underway. 175 9 V Y' E' I 3 M 11' f -N THE FIRST LADY 'MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT' X ENSEMBLE SINGERS OFFICERS President S David Circle Secretary ,, Nancy Lenhert Program Chairman Marilyn Pugh Student Conductor Fran Best The Ensemble Singers, a torty-voice choral group under the direction of Donn Weiss, made their first appearance of the year on a Christmas television broadcast over station WIBW-TV in Topeka. Many of the members of Ensemble Singers also made up the chorus for KSTC's home- coming production, Curli-Q. Spring activities consisted of performances for civic and high school groups in Emporia and throughout the state, The highlight of their sea- son was the spring concert in the Music Hall early in May. During the year, Treble Clef was enlarged from twelve to sixteen mem- bers. Membership in Treble Clef is obtained by try-out only. Frances Best was chosen as the assistant director. Martha Manning and Nancy Lenhert served as accompanists. Under the direction of Miss Rosamond Hirschorn, the group performed tor various meetings, Christmas convocation, and Religious Emphasis Week convocation. Christmas caroling at the hospitals with a party following at Miss Hirschorn's was a high event ofthe year. While on their spring tour, Treble Clet gave a concert and per- formed at several schools. TREBLE CLEF TREBLE CLEF - Seated: Nancy Lenhert. Standing: Charlene Schul, Patty Wright, Joyce Holdsworth, Jan Holdsworth, Henrietta Lantz, Marilyn Pugh, Fran Best, Virginia Bohn, Jerine Heidebrecht, Deanna Cordon, Glenda Steward, June Anderson, Pat Sutton, Carol Clowe, Nancy Mclntire. q.,..,,,.w I 79 I ..-... N V ! EKTURES SUMMER SCHOOL ENTERTAININC Summer school at E-State was bigger and better tha ever. Workshops provided a variety of learning experience in addition to the numerous variety of classes offered to th summer students. Summer weather did not keep the students from ir dulging in the many activities of summer school. Tour were made to Kansas City to see the Kansas City A's ii action and also to take in productions at the Starligh Theatre. In addition, there were trips to various points o interest in and around Emporia and to the museums at Kan sas City and Kansas University. Watermelon feeds, educa tion movies, and the E-State Summer Theatre production are a few of over lOO special events provided for the E-Statf summer students. Upper Left: Summer Theatre student sells tickets during enrollment. Left: Students look over wide variety of books during book exhibit in the Student Union Ballroom. Lower Left: Busy bird-watchers get valuable instruction from Ted Andrews. Below: Watermelon feeds are popular too. I i X E x x S WELL AS EDUCATIONAL Above, Left: Siguard Rascher demonstrates his famed saxo- phone technique. Above, Right: Author Frank Dobie spoke on '4Folklore of V"' the Southwest." Right: Students inspect grasses on conservation field trip. Below, Left: Tour to the William Rockhill Nelson Art Gallery in Kansas City. Below, Right: William Allen White Tour. ,NW SUMMER THEATRE E-State's pioneer movement in the summer theatre prc gram proved to be a most successful venture helping to mak this year a big one. E-State's Summer Theatre is the onl program of its kind offered by a school in the state ot Kans or in this area. The summer theatre group presented eig highly entertaining productions during the summer sessior' to a total audience of 9700. Students enrolled for the entire season earned up to l hours credit and gained both experience and knowledge it lighting, set building, sound, ushering, acting, propertie: house managing, and costuming. Dr, Karl C. Bruder and Don Hess of the speech depart ment directed the plays. Above: Planning productions-Bruder, Cropp, Hess, Pflaum and Holloday. Left: Governor Fred Hall receives the first ticket to HARVEY, Below, Left: Delores Dresker busy in the box office. Below, Right: A cake for the occasion. 1 5 5 ANOTHER FIRST FOR E-STATE Mon, oh, mon? This oir conditioning is greet? Above, Right: Rehearsal in progress. Right: The show must go on ond so must the point. Below, Left: If only Dad could see me now, Below, Right: Sally Price points with pride. r U insulin I ra 'il A VARIETY OF DRAMA HARVEY BLYTHE SPIRIT lbelow left? OUR TOWN TEN LITTLE INDIANS GOODBYE MY FANCY AND ENTERTAINMENT MY THREE ANGELS OUTWARD BOUND THE DRUNKARD MARY 10 ORMSBY CI-IOSEN HOMECOMING QUEEN Attendant Sharon Winters Delta Sigma Epsilon Attendant Joan Draney Sigma Sigma Sigma Attendant Sharon Huenergardt Sigma Sigma Sigma Attendant Norma Neff Alpha Sigma Tau 9 Homecoming Queen, Mo Ormsby, is congratulated. HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES Queen Mo gives out plaques To Homecoming Decoration winners N WELCOME HOME ALUMS Tex Beneke ond his bond provide music for the homecoming donce TAU KAPPA EPSILON SIGMA PHI EPSILON VET CITY SIGMA TAU GAMMA HOMECOMING DECORATIONS Many people spent many hours plan- ning and putting up decorations predicting a victory for Corky and welcoming home the alums. First place winners were Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Sigma Tau, Sigma Tau Gamma, and Morse Hall, Second place honors went to Pi Kappa Sigma, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Vet City. LEED ...f PHI SIGMA EPSILON ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA I MORSE HALL SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA . ,1 4- 'y, My 1 ,RSL rf K I . If 53?-f5R?T faF"'35 15215 N ' Yr ,1,,, f 1 P T2 '-', .- it , , M, ff.. I L . . , A ,A I A I Q1 5 -9 2 I - , I 'A' LA IJ E 1 I PI KAPPA SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA TAU IDE' Vi n ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA DELTA SIGMA EPSILON 'I93 Heat Wave. 1 Lo vely singing sensation Donna Lou Donnelly. 194 1955 CURLI-Q OFFERS VARIET ,v M L .,L. At f lFzLLL ,, if fghr ,.m.,3k ,, 'H V 0 V I ,, e.- - 'agenda' is dEY1,t. -Xi 2. ,wx -.V-12 -ll 'aff g , - 3 ' Q5 ' J' 'aj V .. ' ff ly fr W 53 ,f ,e rf: . 'rx fi V, Q. , r pg. , . of a r 3 f'Y' ' ig if 'Z e' . - n, 4 L t- bMfFQQ?'ig5XftE,g5Qgf cog p f J Q L it .. 't to A 1 K Q-i,'5'Z' 2 , , V w - -. 2' 5 le M: , 2 2-Y' ruoQ,4w-,M MwQfMwff A.,. Chorus of beautiful voices Person to Person with Edward R, Murrow. l The Rossillons. l OF TALENT AND ENTERTAINMENT We 'Q Again for the eighth year, audiences consisting of alums, faculty, students, and townspeople were delighted with the annual Curli-Q variety show consisting of sixteen highly entertaining acts. The acts provided a variety of entertainment both in drama and in comedy with fabulous sets as background. After several weeks of hard work, the results proved well worth while as crowds flocked to Albert Taylor l-lall in great numbers all three nights of performance. The proceeds from the fast-moving talent show help to pro- vide scholarships for deserving freshmen at E-State. Delightful dancer Judy Johnson, I.,---if M y 1 55 4 - V Am ' H A Ni , ' it ii'i L , T NW, M is M i,it , ,MW-MM' T icisi I, iq? Q' ,ww me Storm Aboard the Frigate. 195 ALPHA PHI OMEGA HAWAIIAN CLUB THE PASTELS 5 i , Q, 1mPASifL5 ffiiezw Left to Right: Darrell Ramsburg, Marshall McNutt, John Williams, Chuck Blackim, Harold Taylor, Louis Anderson, Larry Schlappi, Rick Milhon, Harry Caldwell. In the fall a long awaited idea in the music department finally materialized: the idea of a student dance band. Auditions were held at the first of the year and were limited to college students playing in the college band. After three days of tryouts, eight men were selected to supplement the leader, Marshall McNutt, in forming the nine piece band. McNutt had recently returned to college after spending four months with the Perez Prado band, and earlier experience with Henry Busse. AI- thaugh joining Prado too late to be on his hit rec- ord "Cherry Pink," McNutt played the trumpet solo on the tune during his stay in the band, in- cluding some big television shows. Because of this fact, the Pastels chose "Cherry Pink" as their theme song throughout the year. The college purchased the necessary equipment to get the band started, including gay "heIio-trope" jackets. A "name-the-band" contest was held through the Bulletin to obtain a name for the new group. Chuck Blackim, drummer with the band, submitted the winning entry, with "The Pastels." The band had many successful in and out-of- town bookings throughout the year, and with the help of some fine special arrangements by a mem- ber of Les Brown's band, J. Hill, "The Pastels" were assured of an even more successful future, 1 merits 97 Miss MARILYN MARILYN PUGH IS MISS E-STATE Miss Marilyn Pugh captured the coveted liss E-State title for l956. She was one of iirteen candidates nominated for the con- est by the social organizations and Morse all. Her winning number was a vocal ren- ition of "Daddy's Little Sweetheart." Each candidate displayed a wide variety f talent and entertainment in her three minute personal appearance. The winner was selected by a panel of wree judges using a ZOO-point system. Th'e asis for judging was talent, stage personali- y, and appearance. A trophy was presented to Miss Pugh by letty Fick, editor of the Sunflower which ponsors the contest. Miss Pugh was the college candidate o the Drake Relays, reigned over the Xi Phi xnniversary Ball, and was acclaimed this ear's official Sunflower Queen. wi . N :A-n..i1ni.i.. Kieth Hiestermen, master of ceremonies, leads the applause for first place winner Marilyn Pugh, and runner-up Mary Ann Bernard, Marilyn Pugh receives her trophy from Betty Pick, Sunflower Editor, after the final de- cision af the judges, 199 Mary Ann Bernard Second Place Betty Lewick CANDIDATES FOR 200 i Vormie Busboom Henrietta Lantz Virginia Holdren Karen Slentz Phyllis Jensen Nancy Rost MISS E-STATE OF l956 Patricia Sutton Sadie Sato Dat Hays PENNY CARNIVAL Don Hess as newly elected Professor Snarf. Mary Ann Fulton and Joan Draney display dancing ability. 202 Proceeds reaped from the sixth annual Penny Carnival established an all-time high for the event. Student and faculty revelers avidly participated in the various money-enticing enterprisesoffered by the carnival. Victors in the "campus character" elections were: Miss Jeane Galley as Miss Campus Chest, Don Hess as Professor Snarf, Mary Helen Dover as The Girl Most Likely, and Ken Rainey as The Boy Most Likely. Festive booths included the Tau Kappa Epsilon ball throw, a miniature golf stand by Alpha Kappa Lambda, various penny throws by Pi Kappa Sigma, Phi Sigma Epsilon, and Sigma Phi Epsilon, tip the bottle by Sigma Tau Gamma, a mouse race by Alpha Sigma Alpha, Delta Sigma Epsilon's dart throw, Alpha Sigma Tau's dime a dance, Morse Hall provided a refreshment stand, YMCA had a Fortune Teller, and YWCA provid- ed a coat check stand. The Hawaiian club presented a half hour Welcome to Hawaii show and Sigma Sigma Sigma presented a minstrel show complete with black faces. Proceeds from the carnival are donated to charity. Minstrel music makers of Sigma Sigma Sigma. SINGING BEE The Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity won perma- nent possession of the men's division trophy at the six- teenth annual Singing Bee, while Delta Sigma Epsilon sorority won top honors in the women's division. A crowd of nearly 2,000, including participants, was on hand for this year's Singing Bee performance. Dr. Robert M. Taylor, music department head, presented the trophies to the first place winners. Second place winners were Alpha Sigma Tau soror- ity and Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity. Eleven organizations participated in this high calibre musical performance of Singing Bee which is sponsored each year by Phi Mu Alpha, men's honorary music fraternity. Happy directors Phyllis Moore and Lonn Rich ards with first place trophies. Phi Mu Alpha 20 Alpha Kappa Lambda l Pledge Allegiance Sigma Phi Epsilon Ezekiel Saw Da' Wheel and Here's to thee fraternity 2 SINGING BEE I' - - Phi Sigma Epsilon Peter on the Sea 04 l , Tau Kappa Epsilon How High the Moon and You Came to Me From Out of Nowhere l Sigma Tau Gamma Moonlight Madonna and Vesper Hymn 3 s Alpha Sigma Alpha Winds of the Prairie Delta Sigma Epsilon How Do I Love Thee Alpha Sigma Tau Softly as in a Morning Sunrise Pi Kappa Sigma Night ond Day Sigma Sigma Sigma Speck Low .r 3. V as AW., i as 'S-5 in -f 4 E' -Tr Q ,E g o fl 11 5 3 QL .,,, ,,,V :.. . f:,,.'-- :-,. Q zzf' 1e.- . 4... .. K , ,ff .,. . . Winnetaska All the Things You Are 205 l956 William Allen White Book Award winner and young admirers. Senator Frank Carlson helped to clarify prevalent issues for E-Staters with his speech on "The U.S. Foreign Policy," Highway Patrolmen gave safety program, Rabbi Samuel S. Mayerberg gave talks during Religious E . . rnphasis Week concerning the essentials of establish- ing a universal peace. 206 CONVOCATIOI Mr. and Mrs. Maupin presented a colorful travelogue. Upper Right: Yehudi Menuhin, Arnerica's master of the violin, thrilled students with a concert in Albert Taylor Hall. and interesting OUR sg I b t Slaughter vice-president O Ro er , Publishing Company, gave an enlightening speech on "Human Relations," l-loading Carter, a South and the Supre uthor and 1 me Court Decision. f the McGraw Hill aurnallst, told of th 207 ELIJAH CHOIR L E-State's Marilyn Pugh, chosen queen of the 1956 Drake Relays. The gong's oll here. The "Cell Block Seven" and Dixielond Music. ALL - SCHOOL PARTY Mosquerciders listen to some reol jozz in true New Orleans style. Don Mortin, the most comicolly dressed person ot The ball. 209 1 1, 9 J .M A :5:,f 5. . .V , , 7' K ,Q - K: 55,33 it gk 'ii If 5 -Ll Time to GOT OLD UNION No coaching from ocross the table. Mon, you should hove been there when . . . STUDENT UNION IN You sow me born, you wotched me grow through the seosons - through ice ond snow. You w o t c h e d m chonge from month t month os the mon who lobored forme my structure of stef cmd stone with boc ond brown. ROGRESS climbed higher ond higher. och doy you looked ot me cmd ondered, 'How will you look hen you ore finolly finished hd the workers ore gone?' Jon l will be complet- i Mony will come to how me ond moriy ill visit me often, but ou perhops will be losesf to meg for it 'cis you who wotched me grow from The be- inning. There was horseback riding, 7 fishing, SENIOR SNEAK 214 mindwfe QOH' and just plain relaxing in the good old sunshine Junior-Senior Prom. One of the two signs given to E-State by the senior Clclss of 1956 I X .V E 1 if VY i a M33 ' if MQ' ki X Q5 in J, 5, Kei ,fa ff' ,i,V ,fy W if 'bfi 3 4. i , . an . H ' " -4 M' 'm f Q-'..ggi:.,, .,,, ,- Q. k .1 V Wm' sf A favs A-Q. O if Xl'-. 1,2 fi-m.9""L" I 7.,' tyfy, 5 W J-55:4 35.5 I -M' m24y:5.1:f7.3Q 7,,, :V ,,, ,,, Qf'f T ' x A 2: Y wk, ik ' " few, 4 V 5 Q "' 3 3 YL. ' al' 5 Eiga 'S W U ' fm, t H - .W www,- f 'EL aww :,6?.w. 'Wi "ML: '- as . Msg A-,Y WM, 1 I . K .M L ,W 9? wgaqg 4? aff Lf, A if " 'Z sw' fQfJ'va1" 2ff'He5-S, il f'k Q 'Ti in , Q -A I I 4 fwujefizr 1.12 Q' A , Q 'W A willy' 'M"5A'W' X" .-,' I 'Qi Q ff"-gf! if ,lf-EQ, 4: Q? fflixfyfgwipff I M X .. 1, W rf K is t I Q 4 h Exffx- XL I is ul I YR ti , PJ, Q 4. I In 1 :I Lx A l B w 4.A H .L ,Am S s " N Q gi 1? , 5 1' A .. ' , Q ,r 5 F' yi? .tai "Q 'K+ 'x - , 1 Y Q J' EMPORlA'S FRIENDLY MERCHANTS Didde Office Supply 81 Printing Co. 24 West 6th Ph. 344 Poole Dry Goods Co, Haynes Hardware Co. Emporia State Bank 627 Commercial Ph. 164 618 Commercial Ph. 105 601 Commercial Ph. 21 -..sl Elll -..M l Priscilla's Ready-To-Wear Sutorius Bread Co. Rainbow Baking Co. Fort Jewel Shop 717 Commercial Ph. 1668 B West 11th Ph. 61B 10 East lst Ph. 962 519 Commercial Ph. 734 Q fl - ,fffari rm Baird Cleaners E3 ff 1 Q age. A .1, ef, 7,13 ? 7 1' A IL.. L4 A f fe, K Bailey Transfer 8. 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':f-+' A wg irr 1 1 ..i. 1 -ff- .vm ack Price Steak House Kansas Voice of Emporia Schulenberg Motor Dinette 122 Commercial Ph. 3838 KVOE Co., lnc, 411 West 6th Ph. 3793 Broadview Hotel Ph. 3450 201 E. 6th Ph. 2940 1 1 1.1. 5, ,.1,.k 2, A ,g '11fg,g15zY,1 f ' J V K ez, X Q .QQ .31 E , . ff: 1 P ew 1 P M-ff. 1 ee1f eeee .. 5 2 Q "MM 3 B 35 A . S.. ., il 5 - , , ' W1 1 . -9 ,1 1 K Q 1 I 1,1. 1 V g .1 ,,MifjL?4M. 'mm 1, 11.. W Bob Palmer's Barber Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. Bruckner's Bidwell's Shop 907 Commercial Ph. 124 719 Commercial Ph. 2003 1101 Commercial Ph. 3 5 E. 12th Ph. 3604 Granada Theatre Bob Crawford Refrigera- Warren Mortgage 81 807 Commercial Ph. 350 tion Sales 8. Service Investment Co. 920 Commercial Ph. 187 811 Commercial Ph. 26 Granger's EmIer's Cafe GOOCIYGGI' 5eI'ViCe 623 Commercial Ph. 711 13 w. 6th Ph. 548 Store 727 Commercial Ph. 622 Emporia News Depot Lyon County State Bank EmP0l'iU Coca-Colo 725 Commercial Ph. 1936 S08 Commercial Ph. 81 BOH'ling Co. 2 So. Commercial Ph. 284 r"'-mm HU9l1e5 3' CO- Jewelefs Cannon Tire 8. Battery Credit Bureau of East 523 c"""'e"i" Ph' 482 Service Central Kansas, Inc. 815 Commercial Ph. 776 14 West 6th Ph. 2442 r 1,. .1 1 - shot wi '.-, 1 -- -.fnf:f:f-mf. 'N .-megan-fl. at-.f A is 2 ,L.' i f 1 Q iiiiliiililiffii if 1 i W if in i 're-as-..a....,c,,,., i New Pfgcegg Lqundry 8, College Studio Mufudl Building 8: LOUD Cleaning Co. 1123 commercial Ph. 2435 Association 'I7 Wegf 4th Ph, 127 602 Commercial Ph. 22 Stanley Jewelry Spady Shoe Shop EmP0l'i0 5P0fl' 5l"0P 619 Commercial Ph. 841 1124 Commercial Ph. 1781 705 C0l11l'l'16I'CiCll Pll- 213 W.-A Frank Toms Motor Co. Mit-Way Hotel and Cafe StePhens Furniture C0-, 206 Commercial Ph. 178 314 Commercial Ph. 1280 lnc. 507 Commercial Ph. 300 N Perry's Royal College Anderson Insurance Seven-Up Bottling Co. shop Agency, Inc- 209 COI1'll11erCl0l Pl1. 3201 505 Commercial Ph. 3994 15 West 6th Ph. 306 '22 2 Administration ........... Advertisement ,,,,,,..,,,,,, Alpha Kappa Lambda ....... Alma Mater .............,..,. Alpha Phi Omega ....... Alpha Sigma Alpha ........ Alpha Sigma Tau ......... Alpha Theta Rho ....... Band ......,.,,........ Baseball ,,.,..,,,..,..,,,,,,, Basketball ..........,...,..,, Baptist Student Union ...... Beta Beta Beta ....,-,,.,,,, Bulletin .................... Canterbury Club .........,............ Choir ..........,,..,,,,,,,...,,..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, Christian Students Fellowship .....A.. Convocations ......,..,,,,.. Cross Country .... Curli-Q ,..,,,..,,,,,.,, Debate .................,..,.... Delta Sigma Epsilon ..A..... INDEX 12 ......,218 98 .....,,228 ,......196 86 88 .,....,128 .......180 ..,....161 .......152 .,.....124 30 70 18 ...,,..208 20 .,,.,,.206 58 94 75 90 Elsie Pine Library Club ,...,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 40 Emporia State Players .......,.,...,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 143 Emporia State Veterans Organization ........ 116 Ensemble Singers ....................,...,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 178 Epsilon Pi Tau ...... Faculty ........... FBLA ....,,.,,,.. Five Guys ...... Football ........... French Club ..... Freshmen ............ Freshman Week ..... FTA .........,........,. German Club ...... Golf .............. Graduates ......... Graduation .......... Hawaiian Club ....... Homecoming .............,. Homecoming Queen ........ Home Economics Club ....... Inter-Faith Council ............. Inter-Fraternity Council Intramurals, Men's ....., Intramurals, Women's .....,. Juniors ........................ K-Club ...A....,,......... .,.. Kappa Delta Pi ....... Kappa Mu Epsilon ...... ...,,...130 14 ,,......138 ,..,...,141 ........149 ........142 61 81 ........139 ..,..,..142 ........160 21 ..,,,..,216 ........196 ........190 ...,,...188 .....,,.140 18 ......,.149 ........163 ........162 33 .....,.,135 ........132 ........136 Kappa Phi ..............,..,,, ,,,,,,, 1 19 KSTE-FM ,,..,... , ,,...,,,.,,,.,,,,,, ,,,..,, 1 74 Lambda Delta Lambda ........,..... ,,.,,,, 1 31 Lutheran Students Association ...., ,,,,,,, 1 19 Mathematics Club ....,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, -,,,,,, 1 41 Men's Chorale ..... ,,,,,,, 1 29 Miss E-State ...... A,,,,, 1 98 Morse Hall ......., ,,,,,,, 1 O8 Mu Epsilon Nu .,,,. ,,,,,,. 1 15 Newman Club ..... ,,,,,, 1 22 Omega .........A.... ...... ,,,,,,, 1 3 1 Orchestra ........................ 180 Pan-Hellenic Council ......, .,,,,,, 9 6 Pastels .......................... 197 Penny Carnival ...... 202 Phi Mu Alpha ................ 129 Phi Sigma Epsilon ,........... 100 Physical Education Club,. 144 Pi Kappa Delta .,.............. 134 Pi Kappa Sigma .............. 92 Pi Omega Pi ..,.,, 133 Plays ................ 176 PCF ................................ 120 Rhythmic Circle .........,.... 146 Rhythmic Circle Concert ....... ...... 2 10 Seniors ............................ 22 Senior Sneak .................. 214 Sigma Alpha Iota .... 128 Sigma Phi Epsilon ....... 102 Sigma Pi Sigma ........... 145 Sigma Sigma Sigma ........ 94 Sigma Tau Gamma ........ 104 Singing Bee ................. 203 Sophomores ......... 45 Spanish Club ....... 142 Splash Club ......... 144 Student Council ...... 168 Student Union ........ 212 Summer School ...... 182 Summer Theater ...... 184 Sunflower A............. 172 Tau Kappa Epsilon ..... 106 Tennis .................... 1 59 Track ................... 1 56 Treble Clef .............. 179 Wesley Foundation 121 Who's Who ......... 126 Winnetaska ...... 1 14 Xi Phi .......... 127 YMCA ..... 122 YWCA 123 STUDENT INDEX A Abbott, Arlene ................ 61, 95, 109 Abbott, Bobby ...................... 22, 102 Adams, Francis .............. 33, 115, 116 Adams, Van ....... ............. 3 3, 138 Adell, Leland ........... ................ 1 16 Adkins, Ronald .......................... 22 Agrelius, Mary Jo..22, 126, 130, 133 Agrelius, Paula .................... 130, 146 Aikens, Dale ................ 45, 106, 136 Alderson, Larry .... ............,...,.. 4 5 Alford, Vernon .............. .. 61 Allen, Barbara .,..... ...... 4 5, 95, 140 Allen, Carol .....,.. ......... 6 1, 112 Allen, Charlene .......................... 22 Allen, Duane ....... ........ 2 2, 97, 100 Allen, Derns ....... ..,... 3 3, 116, 142 Allen, Mavis .....,..... ............. 6 1, 109 Allen, Constance ..... ................ 6 1 Allender, Earl ........ ...... ..,..... 4 5 Altmann, Nancy ..........,............... 45 Amsrud, Patricia ............ 61, 89, 109 Anderson Alberta..22, 110, 119, 139 Anderson Arlen .............,............ 33 Anderson, Doretta ....,..... 22, 89, 122 Anderson, Wayne ..,............... 45, 129 Anderson, James .................... 61, 100 Anderson, Joan ,..,.. 32 45, 143, 169 Anderson, June ..........,... 33, 89, 179 Anderson Kay ................,........... 96 Anderson Louis ...,........ 22, 126, 127, 129, 143, 168 Anderson Yvonne .....,............ 45, 120 Andrews, Nancy ........ ........... 3 3, 89 Andrews, Peggy ........ ....... 6 1, 140 Anstine, Lyle ............ ...... 2 2, 139 Anthony, Willetta ....,. ........... 2 2 Anton, Barbara .,...,. ................ 3 3 Arbuthnot, Richard ...........,........,. 61 Archer, Steve .....,.......... 33, 122, 143 Arnett, Jeanne ..,,.......... 61, 94, 109, 138, 145 Arnold, Marilyn ..,.. ......... 6 1, 109 Arnold, Margaret ..................,....,,. 61 Atkinson, Evelyn .......... 61, 112, 120 Atkinson, John ...,...... 33, 104, 20, 136, 141 Atkinson, Mary ........,.,. 61, 112, 120 B Bacon, Arthur .............. ........... 3 3 Bailey, Alice .............. ...... 4 5, 87 Bailey, Donald ...... ........ 6 1 Bailey, Letha ..... ........ 4 5 Baird, Bob ......... ................ 1 15 Baker, Charles .,...................... 22, 141 Baker, Darlene .............. 61, 112, 138 Baker, Lea Ann ...................... 22, 112 Balch, Priscilla ..... ........ 4 5, 95, 122 Ball, Betty .,........ ............... 6 2, 111 Baltz, Barbara ................ 45, 94, 138 Banister, Richard ........................ 22 Banning, Cecil ...... ........,....... 1 16 Barb, Carol .......... ...........,., 4 5, 89 Barker, Billy ......,...,....,........,....,.. 115 Barnes, Eleanor .....,........ 62, 109, 1 14 Barnes, Ella ........, ............,...,..... 1 09 Barnes, Sheldon .........,., 33, 104, 116 Barnett, Patsy ........ ................... 1 09 Barno, Ella Mae ...... ................ 6 2 Barrett, Roberta .,.. ................... 2 2 Barr, Shirlee ......... ....... 6 2, 110, 138 Barton, Janet ..,...............,...,. 62, 112 Bassett, Frances ......,....... 62, 89, 109 Bateman, Rufus ............,............... 62 Bauck, Berdeen .........,.. 45, 111, 139 Baumgartner, William .,.,.....,,. 62, 100 Bay, Roy .,,..............................,.,.. 46 Baysinger, Dale .............,.,.........,.. 62 Beagley, Melvin ..,,.,,,,,., 62, 120, 129 Beattie, Thomas ,,..,.,....,,.,,,.,..,,.., 142 Beauchamp, Betty ,,... ...........,,,... 3 3 Bechelmayr, Mary .......... 62, 110, 122 Beck, Alva ............. .............. 6 2, 98 Beck, Clark .,....... ..... ........ 4 6 Beck, Orval ........,,........ .............. 2 2 Beck, Vickey ............... ...... 6 2, 112 Beckenholdt, Glee ........ ............. Becker, Larry ............. Becker, Robert ....,,,, Beemer, Arlen .,,... 33 .......62, 102 1 33 ...,...62, 102 Brown, Jerome ..........,.. Brown, Joe .,,....... .63, 102. ,.,.34, 102, 122 122 110 Brown, Joyce .,........ ....... 6 3, 89, Browne, Robert .....,......,.,....... 23, 104 Browning, Jane ....,,,,........ 34, 91, 139 Bruno, Shirley ,..,..........,............... 23 Bryant, Rada .......... 63, 110, 120, 145 Buck, Lesley ........................., 34, 102 Buckley, Charles .,.. 34, 104, 133, 138 Buchman, Jo Ann ..... .........,.. 4 6, 87 Buckley, Paul ............... ......... 6 3, 98 Buckman, Marjorie ...... ....... 6 3, 138 Buckman, Paul ........... Beine, Ruth ......,....,. ....... 3 3, 114 Bennett, Harold ...... .......... 1 28 Bell, Clyde ..,..,..... ....... 6 2 Beneke, Rodney ...... .......... 6 2 Beran, Leon .............. .,....... 6 2, 100 Berends, Robert .................,.. 62, 129 Berends, Shirley Jo .......,.... 22, 93, 96, 1 12, 128 Berg, Phil .................... ............. 3 3 Bergerhouse, Patricia ,...... ...... 4 6, 91 Bergerhouse, William .........,......., 46 Berghaus, Nona ............................ 21 Bernard, Mary Ann ......,. 46, 95, 111, 143, 199, 200 Berthot, Kay ...............,.......... 62, 112 Besharat, Hoori ...... 22, 89, 112, 140 Besler, Jane .......................... 62, 109 Best, Fran ....,.,..... 23, 112, 128, 179 Beyer, Robert ................ 46, 136, 141 Beymer, Deanne ..,,.................. 46, 89 Bicker, Robert ....,................... 33, 102 Bird, Carlton .,,..,.......................... 136 Bishop, James ...... 46, 129, 136, 141 Blackim, Charles ..., 46, 106, 129, 197 Blackim, David, ,.................... 46, 106 Black, Larry .................................. 62 Black, Lon ........,... 34, 116, 136, 141 Black, Marjorie .............. 62, 87, 111 Blaylock, Donald .......................... 34 Blaylock, Joellen ..... ................ 4 6 Blehm, Lois .......... ............. 6 3 Block, Delores ..... ...... 3 4, 111 Blodig, George ....... Blow, Donald ......., 36 34 Bueker, George ...................... 46, 104 Buffon, Donna .................. 46, 84, 91 Burch, Marilyn ........ 34, 98, 120, 129 Burenheide, Martha ,...............,..... 63 Burke, Glenna ......... ...... 6 3, 87, 112, 145, 146 Burkfort, Daryel .......,.....,.....,.,,..,.. 1 16 Burkey, Richard ....................,....... 23 Burnell, Sylvia .......,..,................... 46 Burns, Marianne ...... 47, 93, 138, 146 Burns, John ....,..,,..............,.... 34, 133 Burns, Robert A ............. 47, 100, 106 Burns, Robert W ........................... 64 Bushey, Julia .......... 64, 111, 114, 122 Busboom, Vonnie ...... 64, 91, 112, 200 Buss, Darrell ....................,,.... 34, 116 Bynum, Norma ................ 23, 119, 139 C Cain, Thomas ..,............................. 64 Caldwell, Harry .........,..., 47, 106, 197 Caldwell, Joseph ...................... 23, 34 Call, Everett ...,........ ..............,. 3 4 Calloway, Autrey ....... ....... 6 4, 149 Cannon, Donald ...... ............,... 3 4 Cannon, Eileen ....... ...... 4 7, 95, 140 Capp, Constance .............. 64, 89, 1 10, 138, 146 Carlat, Carolyn .......... 64, 95, 1 12, Carmichael, Mable Carpenter, Eldon .,...,...... Blum, Janice .,........................ ,.46, 87 Boaz, Phyllis ....,..,.................... 46, 89 Bobek, Carlotta .... 63, 109, 120, 140 Bobek, Shirley ....,. 23, 120, 126, 130 131,139,140,142 Bohannon, Reece ......,,., 23, 168, 153 Bohm, Eleanor ,...., 23, 110, 126, 139 Bohm, Harold ....................,......... 63 Bohn, Virginia ........ 23, 37, 128, 179 Boldt, Darleen .....,..,..................... 46 Boline, Derald ,..... ............. 4 6 Boline, Faye ....,,......,............... 63, 109 Boline, Janice .....,,................... 63, 112 Bollinger, Nelda ....,.........,....... 63, 109 Boltin, Ollie .....,,...., 23, 110, 113, 133 Boltin, Shirley .,....,................. 63, 109 Bolton, Barbara .......,...... 34, 111, 122 Bolton, Albert ........ ................ 6 3 Bolton, George ...... ....... 4 6, 130 Bolton, Melvin... Bond, Janet ......... 140 Bond, Donald ........ ............. 4 6, 102 Bones, Lois ........ ...... 6 3, 87, 109 Boone, Harold ,.... ................ 1 16 Borgna, Jo ..,.............. ....,.. 3 4, 110 Boudeman, Carol ....,..... ..........,.. 1 O9 Boughton, Maurice ........ ....... 4 6, 102 Bourland, Mary .......... ....... 6 3, 110 Bowen, Ronald ........ ............. 6 3 Bradford, Jerry ........ ....... 6 3. 100 Bradley, Cecil ....... .......... 2 3 Bradley, Patricia ...... ....... 2 3, 140 Brandt, James ........,.,................... 23 Brandt, Jean ,...............,,,.....-.,,.... 23 Breukelman, Betty .... 34, 95, 126, 130, 140, 143 Brewer, Farrell ...,...............,..,.,,.... 63 Brinker, Nancy ....... .............. 2 3, 91 Brinkman, Del ...... ....... 4 6, 122, 171 Broers, Jeanette ...... .......... 6 3, 109 Bronson, Donald ......... ,........... 6 3, 98 Brosemer, John ............................ 63 Bross, Phares .,,,.,..............,........... 46 Brown, Dorellis ...... 23, 112, 126, 139 Brown, Gordon .,,..................... 34, 1 16 145 111 1 42 23 Carroll Andrew ....., ..,..... Carroll Leroy ,..,,.. ...... ,....... 6 4 Carroll, Marilyn ................. .. 47 Carson, Barbara .............. 23, 47, 136, 141, 142 Carson Nancy ......... ....... 3 4, 89, 146 Carson William .... ......,........, 1 02 Carter, Martin ....,...... ....... 3 4, 136 Cartmill, Roger ............. ,..,... 3 4, 102 Casamento, Samuel ....................,... 149 Chambers, Russell .............,.......... 23 Chatham, Robert .... 34, 130, 136, 141 Chavez, Dora ......,.,.,...........,..,,..,.. 34 Cheuvront, John ....., ...... ..,,.,.. 2 3 Childers, Claude ..,...... Childs, Charla ........... ...,......,.,... 1 11 Childs, Wayne ........................ 23, 115 Choice, Sally ,,,,.,,... 64, 95, 112, 142, 145, 169, 173 Christensen, Betty .,..,.,.............,,,, 23 Christensen, Norman ,,,.,....,,..,,,,,,, 47 Christensen, William ...,....,,,,,. 47, 129 Chun, Hai Chang ....,,. ..,.,,..,,,,,,,, 2 4 Circle, David .,..,,...,.,..,,,, 47, 102, 129 Cisneros, John ....,,,.....,,,.,,.,,,,, 64, 142 Chamberlain, Terry ..,, ,47, 102, 129 Clark, Pat ,,,.......,,,.,., ......,,,,,.,,,, 1 19 Clarke, Robert .,,,.......... 126, 130, 142 Clinkenbeard, AIIen,.. 35, 102, 126, 127, 168 Clodfelter, Boyd ...,.,,.. .....,,.,,.,.,., 6 4 Clodfelter, Dannie ...., ,.,.,,,.,,,.,,,, 1 49 Clowe, Carol ........,,,.....,,,, 35, 95, 179 Coates, Virginia ....,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 5 Cobb, Clair ,,,.,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,, , 47, 100 Coffee, Donald ....,,,.,,..,. 24, 104, 133 Coldiron, Jack ,.,.,,,.... .,..,......,,,,, 6 4 Coleman, Patricia .,,.......,. 64, 91, 110 Collinge, Margaret .,,,. ....,,....., 6 4, 93 Coltharp, James ......... Conrad, Peggy ,..,,,,, 47 223 Conyers, Karen ...., Cook, Barbara ...... .2Um64,81 110 64 Cook, Bob .............. ....,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,4 3 5 Cook, Dolores ....,..,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 47 Cook, Lula ....,,..,.,.,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 19 140 Cooper, Glenna ...... 35, 131, 133, Cordon, Deanna .,............ 47, 110, 114 64 Cortez, Jesse ,,,....... Coulter, Delberta ...,. Cowen, Jenelle ,.... Cox, Jane .,..,,,,. Cox, Mary ...... Cozine, Eileen... Craig, Pauline .....,. Craig, William .,.... Crawford, Royce ....... Crawford, Rachel .... 93, 111 109 47 22-22222 47 nUnunn24,112 22u35,s4,131 uffff55 ..129 ,100 88 Cress, Jeanice .............................. 64 Cromwell, Donna ........ 24, 32, 9 Crosby, Ruth ,......... Cross, James ,.... n24,93,96 126, 139, 1,96 120 140 Crowell, Bruce ...... ............ 3 5, 116 Crowl, Nancy ....,., ,..... 6 4, 112, 145 Crowley, Virginia ..........., 47, 111, 119 Crumb, Lloyd .,.......................,.,.... 47 Culbertson, Elaine ...,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 35 Cummins, Larry .,..................,....... 47 Cummins, Roberta .......... 35, 133, 138 Cundith, Betty ................,..,....,,,... 65 Cundith, Richard .,.. ,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 6 5, 1OO Cunningham, Linda ........ 65, 87, 145 Currie, Joyce ........ 112, 172 Curry, Clara .,..,..,..... .,..........,.. 4 Curtis, Gene .........,..,.,,.., 7, 89 Dodds, Myrna ....... Dolsky, Camille ,,,..,. Dolton, Donald ,..... Donley, Buddy ...... Donnelly, Donna Dotson, Mary ........ Dover, Mary ,...... u-U-65,91,110 200 --c4s,s9 unf24mN 35, 102 143, 194 .....48, 128 ...24, 139 ..24, 112 1 20 146 1 1 1, 122, 145, 188, 202 48 111,122 .--d35,91 142,146 138,145 ...........100 Dow, Dianne .,... ....... Downer, Mable .....,.,........... Downing, Mary ........,,.... 48 Draney, Joan ....,..... 35, 95, Dreasher, Richard ..............,,, Dreitz, Mary ,................. 48 Dresker, Delores .,..,............ Dudley, Letha .,...... 65, 109, Dufford, Marilyn .... 65, 109, Dunn, Clive ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dunn, Dale .,...,...,.......... 24 Dunshee, Blanche .....,......... Dupont, Delbert ....... Dwelle, Ann ............ .....35, 104 65, 95, Eastwood, Edna ....... Edwards, Doris ...... Edwards, Archie .... Eickhoff, Roger .,.. Eller, James ...,... Ellis, Lee ....,...... Elrod, William ...... Emswiler, Nancy ....,..,,.,, Engle, Marilyn ...... Engle, Robert ........ Epler, Bill ..,.,,,,... Erha rt, llene ..... Erhart, Nola .....,. 22252 HUHU23, 116,142 .nu48,87 145, 146 ..........140 ......48, 95 35 'aff 66 .--U 48 48 ,102 6142 .......24, 110, 142 66 66 Franz, Phyllis ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,., 6 6, 110,138 Fraser, John .,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 6, 106 Frederick, Franz ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 1Q Freerksen, Phyllis ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 5, 91 Freiburghouse, Betty ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 9, 87 French, Don ...,..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 36 Frey, George ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 6 Fritz, Bonnie .............. ,,.,,, 2 5, 93 Froetschner, Cordelia ..... ..,... 2 5, 93 Froetschner, Donna ....... ..,,,, 2 5, 110 Frost, Nancy ..,.......,,.. ...,.... 3 6, 91 Fujii, Wallace .................,.......,,,,, 49 Fuiikawa, William ....................,.,, 25 Fulton, Peggy .....,........,........... 66, 89 Fulton, Mary Ann ,..,,....,., 49, 95, 131, 138, 146, 202 Funnell, Patricia. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 49, 89 G Gamble, Carol ........ 36, 110, Gangel, Francis ........ 49, 98, 66 119,133 122,130 Cyphert, Frances ............ 47, 122, 139 Cyphert, John .............,,...,,.,,,,,,,,, 24 D Daharsh, Floyd ........ .,......,....... 6 5 Dailey, Jan ....................,.A.....,.,..... 47 Daily, Mary ...................... 65, 95, 138 Dalrymple, Stewart ................ 48, 120 Dalton, Leo ................., 116, 122, 138 Davidson, Wayne .......................... 136 Davis, Beverly ......... ............ 6 5, 111 Davis, Bill ..........,. ..,,.. 6 5, 106 Davis, Darrell ....... ....,.............. 4 8 Davis, Donna ..... ,....,.,, 6 5, 91, 138 Davis, Patricia ...... ....... 2 4, 110, 139 Davies, John ...,.,...,. ............ 4 8, 102 Dawdy, Richard ....... ..,....... 6 5, 129 Dawdy, Robert ........ ....... 4 8, 129 Day, Arthur ..,....., .......... 3 5 Day, Christel ....... .,.,,.,,,. 4 8 De Berry, Jane ...... ......65, 124 129 Deck, Bradley .,..,. ...... 3 4, Deck, Merrill ....,,,, ...,... 2 4, 100 Decker, Eugene... ........,.. .. 24 Decker, Roy ............ ....... 4 8, 100 Deckinger, James ....... .......... 6 5 Dellinger, Steve ....... ....... 4 8, 106 Dempsey, Dean ..................... .129 Denney, Rodney ...................... 65, 115 Denning, Carroll ...... 45, 48, 102 Denning, Cheryl ......................,,., Denniston, Marga ret ................ 48 Derfelt, Lavetta ............ 24, 110, 133, ,122 H122 ,143 120 139 2 35 Detter, Howard ...... .......... ....... Dettmer, Mary ...... ...... 6 5, 89 Dewerff, Chester ............ 47, 100, 153 Dick, Bernard .....,.... .......,.,,.,,,,. Dick, Bernice .......................... 65 ,120 U 65 ,109 Dickson, Dorothy ............ 65, 111, 145 Diel, Esther ............. ........,,,, 4 8, 142 Dietz, Maurice ....,... ................ 2 4 Dill, Leland ......... ...,.,, 2 4 Diller, Connie ....... ..,,,. 3 5, 89 Dillman, Beverly ...... ....,. 3 5, 89 Dillman, Kathryn .... ....... 3 5 Dillon, Virginia ........ ........,.,,,,,, 2 4 Dirks, DeWayne ...... .......... Q ......., 6 5 Dixon, Ralph ....... ............,,.,,.,,,, 1 16 Doak, Shirley ........ ....... 6 5, 112, 114 Dochow, Eugene... ..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 48 Dodd, John ....... 224 1 1 24 Erickson, Lois ............................,.., Ervin, Carol ..................,......,,,,,.,,, 109 Eshbaugh, Leta ...... 66, 111, 119, 139 Esslinger, Esther ...................... 66, 111 Etling, Mary ..........,...............,..,,,,. 48 Eudaley, Lawrence .................. 24, 102 Evans, Eldon .......................... 129, 143 Evans, Jane ...... 66, 91, 112, 138, 139 Evans, Patricia ........,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 36, 95 Evans, Ted ................. ..............,. 3 6 Eye, Wayne ............... ....... 3 6 F Facklam, Gerald .......... Fagerquist, Ward ........ Fagg, Beverly ........... .uUu66,129 .nnU48,106 nMnnn48,111 Fankhauser, Betty ............ 48, 95, 130 Fankhauser, Paul ....... 49 98 Farmer, Roger .......................... , Farnsworth, David .......... 66, 106, 138 ' 24 Farris, Ralph ..........................,,,,,, Faulkenbury, Leahman .................. Feltner, Kenneth ....... 65 Feldman, Enola ............. ...... 4 9, 128 58 100 Feltner, Raymond ,...... ....... 6 6, Ferguson, Lillie ...,... ..,.,, 6 6, 110 Fey, Monty ............................ 49, 102 Fine, Earl .......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 124 Finkenbinder, Frances.. Fmk,Beny .......... 24,s2,90 91 128,13L , .127, 139,172,199 Fick, Wayne ,......................,......,, 24 Firth, Charles ................,,,,,,,,,, 36, 136 Firth, Harry ....... ....... 2 4, 127, 142 Fish, Mary ......... ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 6 Fisher, Gary ...............,,,,,,,,,,,,, 66, 129 Fisk, Julie ........................,.,,,,,,,,, , 49 Fitts, Martha .......... 36, 110, 119, 139 Flook, John ..................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 116 Flores, Ophelia ...........,..., 25, 111, 114 FOllett, Annette., .... ...... 4 9, 87, 131 Follis, Doris .......... ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 5, 89 Foraker, Marilyn ..... ,.....,, 4 9, 89 Foraker, Ted ........ ,,,,,, I 25 Ford, Connie .......... ....,., 3 7 Ford, Arlin .......,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 9 Forrester, William ........ ...,,,,,,, 2 5 Forrest, Richard .............,........ 36, 102 Fowler, Larry ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 49, IQ6 Fowler, Margaret ...... 36, 93, 139, 142 Gangel, Mary .................. , 112, 122 Garrett, Judith ................ 66, 87, 111, 142, 146 Garris, Jerry ............ ................. 2 5 Garrison, Arthur ......... .............. 4 9 Garrison, Garland ....... ....... 3 6, 138 Garver, James ......... ...... 6 1, 66 Garvin, Edna ....... .............. 6 6 Gassert, Leland ....... ............ 4 9, 98 Gatchell, Shelia ................ 66, 89, 109 Gatz, Elmer ............................ 25, 100 George, Beverly ........ 66, 87, 110, 138 George, Chester ..,......................... 66 George, Grace ....... ........... ........ 3 6 George, lrl ........ ........... 2 5 Gibbs, George ....... ........ 4 9, 100 Gilbert, Charles ....... ....... 2 1, 142 Gile, Gertrude ......... ............ 4 9, 91 Gile, Max ............. ................... 1 29 Gillaspie, Joann ...................... 66, 109 Gilman, Darlene .............. 25, 110, 146 Gilman, Miriam .............. 67, 112, 146 Ginoza, Lawrence .......................... 149 Glaser, Alfred ...........,.... 67, 102, 116 Gleason, Patricia ...... 67, 89, 112, 122 Glover, Betty Jo ........................ 49, 91 Goetz, Melvin ..............,..........,.... 122 Goode, John .......... 49, 104, 129, 141 Goodwin, Wanda .................... 67, 112 Gorman, Jerome .................... 49, 102 Gordon, Shirley ............................ Gould, Phyllis ....... Goulden, Clyde ..... Goulden, Pat ........... Gragg, John .......... Graham, Edgar ...... 25 25,91,96, 126 130 .nnU2u49,98 .36 89 133 1 146 -H-2--2l2-25,98 102 Graham, Lawrence ........................ Grant, Georgina .... Gray, Jeanne ........... Gray, Howard ....... Gray, William ..... Green, Betty ......... 67 ,uunnUunH67,11l nnn67,89,11O 2nnn236,100 .2Hn67,109,146 Green, Jackye ......... ............ 6 7, 112 Green, Patricia ........... .......... 5 0, 142 Greenlee, Robert ....... ............. 2 5 Greenwood, Mary ....... ....... 6 7, 1 1 1 Greer, Vernon .............................. 36 104 Gregory, Darrell ...................... 50, Grieder, Joyce ...... 33, 36, 93, 96, 127, 131,139,14O,143 Griffiths, Edward ............................ 49 Grimes, Donald .............................. 25 Groendycke, Doris ........ ............. 5 0 Grubb, Laura .............. ...... 5 0, 119 Grubb, Lyle ............. .......... 3 6 Grundy, Bob ......... ......... 3 6, 106 Gulick, Mary .......................... 50, 128 Gump, Jerry .................... 67, 104, 129 Gunier, Arneida .... 45, 50, 89, 96, 172 Gustin, Marilyn ...................... 50, 111 H Haag, Marian. .............. 25, 89, Hadlock, Doris ......... ............ 6 7, Hageman, Bernard ...... ......... 6 7, Hafenstein, Marion .... ...... 5 O, 139 109 122 129 Ham, Evelyn .................... , , Hutchcraft, Charlotte ,...v, 37, 1 11 139 Hahn, Joetta .............. ....... 6 7, 110 Halbower, Florence ....... ...... 6 7, 109 Hale, Donald ............. ................ 2 5 Hall, Katherine ........................ 67, 87 Halley, Marilyn ......,....... 25, 110, 139 1 14 Halsey, Carole ...... Halsted, Norma ....... Hamann, Dorothea ........ Hamble, William ........... .67, 112, .........67, 109 67 93 109 .25, 104, 129 Hamman, Harlan.: ...Y. ................ 6 7 Han, Sung Mo ........................ 36, 126 Haney, Janet .......................... 36, 110 Hannaford, Roger .,......,................. 36 Hansen, Carlene ...... 67, 93, 112, 139 Harger, John ................................ 21 Harkleroad, Jerry .......................... 37 Harper, lrabel .................. 37, 91, 172 Harper, Laurene .....,..............., 50, Harrell, Wanda ....... Harris, Gentry ........ Harris, Vesrie ....... Harrison, Ann ....,.... Harrison, Leanna ....,.. 91 ...67, 91, 138 50 110 .......67, ......37, 142 25 Harrison, Merle .........,.................. 37 Hart, Sam ............ ....... 3 7, 104, 122 Harter, Carl ....,.........,............... 50, 98 Hartley, Bonnie .............. 25, 110, 140 Harvey, Robert ........ ,.,........,....... 3 7 Hawk, Rachel ...... .............. 5 O, 89 Hawk, Richard ................ 26, 98, 126, 127, 168 Haxton, Edith ......... ...... 3 7, 89, 110 Haxton, Gerald ....,... ............ 5 0,98 Haxton, Loren ...... ........... 5 O, 98 Hayen, Max ....... Hayes, James ........ Hollingshead, John .......... ..... Hollingshead, Mary Ann ................ Hollis, Norman .............................. Holloway, Judith .....,...... 51, 87, Holmes, Mary .................. 68, 89, Holtfrerich, Maurice ...,............ 37, 1 36. Holt, Gladys ...........,.. .............. Honma, Hiroshi ....., 50 153 51 68 68 120 111 98, 141 51 68 Hoobler, Dale ....... ........ 5 1, 106 Hoopes, Nila ....... ....... 6 8, 112 Hoover, Larry ......... ........... 3 7, 104 Hoppe, Lois ............................ 68, 112 Hopper, Maurine .................... 68, 110 Horiuchi, Dan .......,........ 37, 100, 151 Horton, Verna ................ 37, 142, 143 Hosey, Harold .............................. 21 Hosier, James ................................ 68 Hoskins, Tommie .... 26, 126, 127, 169 Houch, Joanne ...........,............ 68, 1 12 Houser, Howard ...................,........ 26 Housley, Richard ....... .......... 2 6, 142 Howard, Cecil ........ ................... 6 8 Howard, Delores .............,.. 37, 94, 128 Howell, Franklin ....... .......... 5 1, 136 Hoyt, Reita ..,......... ............. 6 9, 109 Hudson, Lois ....... ........ 6 9, 109, 120, 138, 145 Hudson, Louise ...... 69, 109, 138, 145 Hudson, Robert ........ 26, 97, 98, 126, 129, 136, 168 Hudson, Shirley ...............,...... 69, 110 Huenergardt, Sharon ...... 84, 128, 188 Hughes, Charlotte .,.............,.. 69, 1 1 1 Hughes, George .................,.... 51, 106 Hughes, Kathryn ............ 37, 131, 142 Hull, Nancy .,,........ ...,......... . 69, 112 Hunsberger, Jon ..... ...,................ 5 1 Hunt, Barbara ..,..... ....... 6 9, 95, 109 Hunt, Patricia ..,........ ....,....,.. 3 7, 95 Hunter, Ada Belle ..... ,,,........... 3 7 Hunter, Edith .........,. ....... 6 9, 111 Hunter, Larry .,...... .......... 6 9, 104 Huston, Glenda ..,.................,,,. 37, 91 Huston, Ruth ,.,................. 51, 95, 122 Hayes, Patricia ................ 37, 87, 122, 131, 139 Haynes, William ......................,,.. 68 Hays, Dot ,....... 68, 89, 110, 146, 201 Hazen, Donald ..,............. 26, 126, 143 Head, Roy .,,,..,.............,..,...... 50, 102 Headrick, Rozelle ....... .,............,. 5 0 Hedrick, Darrell ...... ,.,............,, , . 26 Hedrick, Elmer ........,,..,... 50, 104, 138 Hedrick, Sandra .,................,.,,,, 26, 95 Heidebrecht, Jerine ........ 37, 128, 179 Heidel, Vivian .,.....,........,. 68, 95, 138 Heinz, Janice .,..........,,.. 68, .110, 122 Hennigh, Gladys ........ 37, 95, 110, 120 Hensley, John .........,.................... 116 Hergenrader, Virginia ............,,.,,,,, 68 Herpich, Janet .......,........ 68, 110, 119 Herren, Earl .,....,.. .........,...,,,,,,... 1 49 Hertzler, Neil ..,.,,...... ,,,,,,., 5 O, 98 Hess, Martha ........................., 68, 109 Heydecker, Mary Lou .,,,,,,,,,.. 140, 142 Hicks, Roy ....,............ ...,,., 5 0, 100 Hiebert, Ronald ....,. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 6 8 Hutchinson, Clair ..,,.,. Hiebert, Robert ....,, ,,,.,.,,.,.,,,,,,,, 6 9 Hiesterman, Kieth ..,,,..,.. 37, 102, 199 Higashi, Kay .......... ,.,,.,..,..,,..,,,. 2 6 Hill, Twila ........................ 68,87,110 Hinckley, Nadine ..., 37, 110, 114, 119 Hink, Phyllis ................................ 110 Hobaugh, Carol .......,.............. 68, 140 Hobbs, Charles .,.........,.... 26, 97, 126 Hobrock, Brice ...... ........,... 6 8, 98 Hochman, Betty ,,..... ..........,.. 2 6, 128 Hodel, Dwight ...,.,.......,........,....... 50 Hodgson, Delton .,.......... 37, 102, 129 Hofer, Sam .....,.,,,, ...... 5 1, 120, 142 Hoffine, Patricia ...,........ 68, 112, 145 Hoffman, LaVerne ..........,..,.......... 68 Hoffmans, Ann ................ 26, 95, 122 Hogg, Gladys .........................,.. 26, 93 Holdren, Virginia ...... 37, 95, 133, 200 Holdsworth, Janice .....,.. 68, 109, 114, 1 19, 179 Holdsworth, Joyce ...... ......... 2 6, 1 14, 128, 179 Holladay, James ............................ 1 1,6 l-lollar, Edwin ......,..,...... 26, 136, 142 Hollenshead, Margaret ,..,.,...... 51, 95, 122, 140 .26, 98 Idol, Paul ...............,.. .......,... 3 8 lhde, Gary ............. .............. 6 9 lreland, Frances ,....... ........ 6 9, 111 Irey, Ruth ......,,....., ........ 5 0, 140 Irving, Sally ......... ............. 5 1, 89 Irwin, Thomas ....... .................... 5 1 Ivey, Mary ...,............. 112, 140, 142 Jackson, Ellen .........,.... ....... 6 9, 1 12 Jackson, Laird ,.......... ,.,..... 5 1, 100 Jackson, Robert .....,.. ..,........ 2 6, 129 Jacob, Helen .......... ....... 5 1, 93, 119 Jacques, Janet ......,....................... 69 James, Donald ....,................... 38, 141 James, Lois ............ 26 111, 133, 139 Jameson, Cheryl .....,.,............ 69, 112 Jamison, James .............,,............. 51 Javier, Edna ........,....... 112, 122, 146 Jehle, Catherine .............. 69, 91, 138 Jenkins, John ........ .......... 3 8, 102 Jensen, Franklin ..... ...,.........,.,.... 2 6 Jensen, Phyllis ,...... ..,.,... 3 8, 87, 201 Jernigan, Jay ......... ........,.,...... 3 8 Jewett, Samuel .....,. ..,...............,. 6 9 Johnson, Leigh ....,,,.............,. 51, 142 Johnson, Delton .....,...... 51, 115, 116 Johnson, Glenda ......,,........ 69, 95, 109 Johnson, Jerry ........ ............... 5 1, 98 Johnson, Kay ..............,... 69, 112, 114 Johnson, Larry ............,,.......... 51, 106 Johnson, Melvin ............ 21, 136, 141 Johnson, Richard ,...,....,..,,............ 69 Johnson, Roy ,.,...... ...... ........ 6 9 Johnson, Shari ,.,,...... ..... 1 12 Johnson, Virdilee ....... ,....... 3 8 Johnston, Claragene ....,,.,.....,,. 38 95, 122, 140 Johnston, Patricia ....... ........... 2 6 Jolliffe, Richard ...... ......... 3 8, 98 Jones, Delores ......... ....... 6 9, 112 Jones, Glen ......... .............. 3 8 Jones, Jimmie ......,. ........... 5 1, 136 Jones, Mary ........ ...... 5 1, 95, 140 Jones, Shirley .................. 69, 95, 109 Joy, Carol ...........,........................ 1 11 Kadel, Eldon .......,. Kadoyama, Gladys K 129, 133 Kaeckell, Louis ....... ....... 5 1, 102 Kappel, Alice ........ ....... 6 9, 112 Karolik, James ...... ........... 7 0 Karst, Donald ............. ........ 8 O Kashiwai, Clarence ........ ..... 7 0 Kasper, Eugene .... ........ 2 6 Kaufman, Clara ...... ........... 2 1 Kaufman, Larry .,.... ....... 7 0, 106 Keating, Francis ,... .......... 5 1, 104 Keefe, Dixie ............ ,............ 5 2, 1 10 Keefer, Robert ........,..............,...... 70 Keller, Philip ....... ...... 3 8, 126, 127, 129, 142 Kelley, Betty ,....... ....,..... 2 6, 139 Kelley, Georgia ,...... ...... 7 0, 95, 112 Kelley, Gerald ....... ....... 2 7, 104 Kelley, Kenneth .... .............. 1 36 Kells, Allen ...,..... ,.,.... 3 8, 100 Kelly, Ardeth .,..,,. ,,,.,,,,,,,, 7 O, 87 Kelly, R'Dee ........... ........ 1 10, 146 Kemmerer, Paul Kent, Richard ...... Kerschen, Rose .....,., Kerwick, Rodger ....,.... 122 52 ...........l09 116 1 16 Kettner, Wilbert .....,... ................. Kettner, Mary ..,..... ....,.............. 1 40 Kidd, Guy ................................,... 52 Kimble, William ............ 52, 129, 130 Kimzey, Evelyn ...... .........,... 5 2, 111 King, Ann .....,.,.... ......... 5 2, 95, 130, 142, 143, 146 King, Betty .................................. 52 King, William ........ ,.,..,..........,.. 1 36 Kinjo, Aiko .,....,.. ............. 5 2, 110 Kinoshita, Daisy ...... ....... 5 2, 93, 139 Kipfer, Edith ....... ............,...... 1 10 Kirby, Deanna ...... Kirby, Ruth .,..,.,..... Kirkpatrick, Kala.. .......7o, 87, iii 52, 87 Kline, Donald ........ ........ 5 2, 104 Kline, Harry .....,,,,....... ..,.... 7 0, 116 Klusmire, Charlotte ..... ........... 2 1 Knadier, Bob ,,,............................. Knapp, Kathleen ......,.. Knouft, Shirley ........ 70 Koch, James ................,......,,... 70, Koch, Raymond ........,.. Kochner, Joanne... 52 91 , 88, 111, 145 102 171 112, 140 27 Koehn, Robert ........ .................... Kogl, Clifford ....... ................... 7 0 Kovar, Evelyn ....... .............. 1 11, 130 Krause, Lloyd ...... ....... 3 8, 120, 129 Krehbiel, Anita ...... ............. 3 8, 128 Krehbiel, Verle ........ ...,............. 2 7 Krell, Dean ............... .............. 1 38 Krosky, Anna .......................... 38, 142 Krug, William ........................ Kruckenberg, Shirley ............... 27, 100 .38, 89 Kuepker, Lovella ............ 27, 112, 133 ' 52, 93 Kuhn, Louise ............................ Kuhner, Fay ......... .......... 5 2, 111 Kusmaul, Lester .......,. .. ....,. 52, 98 Lafferty, Kerry ................ 52, 106, 143 Laird, Mary .............. Lambert, Bob ....... Lamkin, John ...... Land, Eleanor .......,. Landes, Richard ...... Landis, Mary ....... Lane, Ruth ..,..... Lane, Jean .,...... Lane, James ,........ Lang, Charles. ..... 106 110 104 110 .......52, 87 131 102 38 225 Lanier, Joyce .................. 27, 112, 139 Lanquardt, Duane .................... 70, 104 Lantz, Henrietta ............ 70, 109, 114, 119, 179, 200 Larcom, Joyce ..................,...,. 78, 112 Larkin, Charlene ............ 52, 111, 140 Larkin, Ronald ........ ,.................. 2 7 Larson, Doris ,,......... ...... 7 0, 95, 112 Laughlin, Weston .................... 52, 100 Lauppe, Wanda .,............ 52, 111, 139 Lauterbach, Bette .................. 27, 128 Leach, lnez ............. .......... 7 O, 109 Lee, Alex ...,............... .,.......... 5 2, 98 Lee, Wilma ......,.,.,.......,.....,,., 38, 114 Ledwith, Emma ...... 38, 119, 133, 138 Leford, Edgar .....,.,,........,.............. 53 Lehman, Carl ................ 70, 120, 141 Leive, Fred .,......... ........,......,... 2 7 Lenhert, Nancy ....,.. ....... 1 19, 179 Leon, Clinton ,............ ............. 1 16 Lespagnard, George ...... ......,... 2 7 Lesser, Sharlyn ...................... 1 1 1, 1 14 Letellier, James ..,..,......,............... 53 Lett, Van .....,....,...........,.....,......... 138 Lewick, Betty ............ 27, 89, 96, 127, 133, 200 Lewis, Leslie ........ ................. 7 0, 98 Lewis, Rodney ......... ....... 2 7, 104 Liggett, William ...... ........,. 1 41 Light, Barbara ...... ,...... 7 0, 110 Liles, Dan .............. .......... 7 1 Lindahl, Charles ...,., Lind, Derald ........ Nonaka, Clara ...... 98 1 15 1, Linder, Rex ..,..,,,. ...............,...... 2 7 Linder, Robert ,.............,............... 27 Lindquist, Evan ........ 53, 98, 128, 130 Linsey, Clarence .............. 53, 115, 130 Logan, Marie ..,.........,..,,... 71, 89, 112 Londene, John .............................. 53 Lonrengel, Donald ........................ 71 Lollar, Nancy .,..,......,...... 38, 111, 139 Long, Loren .................................. 71 Long, Robert ....,................. 27, 97, 98 Long, Shirley ....,... 38, 112, 140, 143 Long, Vivian .................. 71, 109, 140 Longstaff, Ann .... ,...., 7 1, 91, 138 Loomis, Carla ,....,.., ..,.,. 7 1, 91, 138 Loquist, Sylvia ........ .......... 7 1, 109 Lowe, Norman ..... ............. 7 1 Lowery, Marvin... ...... .. 71 Lowery, Leon .......... ........ 1 42 Lundgren, Delmar ..... ........... 3 9 Luthi, John ............ .......... 5 3, 102 Luthi, Rosemary ...... ............. 7 1, 1 10 Lyon, Doug .................................. 142 Lyster, Richard .............. 39, 100, 138 M McAuliffe, Marjorie ........ 71, 87, 109 McCallum, Richard ........ 53, 100, 149 McCarty, Fred ........... .......... 7 1, 106 McCarty, Gary .............................. 136 McChristy, Ronald ............ 53, 98, 130 McCloud, John .................................... McCollum, Charles .......... 39, 100, 116 McCormick, Jack .......................... 71 McCowen, Don .............. 53, 102, 146 119 McCracken, Margaret .................... McDaniel, Carmen ........ McDermed, Darrell .... McDermed, Lyle ........ .......71, 111 ......... .. 27 McMannama, Nathalene .......... 71 110 McMillin, Kermit .................... 71, 102 McMunn, Dallas ...................... 39 102 McNutt, Marshall .......... 39, 129, 197 McQuin, Jim .......................... 71, 102 McRae, Jo ................... . .......... 27, 114 McWilliam, Joan .............. 39, 93, 119 Mabry, Raymond .......................... 71 Macfarlane, Carleton .................... 71 Mackender, Daryl .......................... 72 Madaus, Frederick ...... 33, 39, 97, 104, 136, 141 Makepeace, Charles ........,............. 72 Malasquez, Victor .... 21, 98, 122, 142 Mamigonian, Polly ....................,... 112 Manda, Carolyn .............. 72, 119, 140 Manning, Elda ................ 72, 109, 138 Manning, Martha .......................... 53 Mapes, Esta Lee ....... .......... 5 3, 138 Marchel, James ..... .............. 1 29 Marin, Louis .......................... 53, 116 Markham, Richard ............ 53, 98, 169 Markley, Jo ...... 39, 87, 131, 133, 145 Marks, James .......................... 72, 106 Marshall, Delbert .......................... 72 Marshall, Stanley .................... 27, 102 Marstall, George ............ 27, 104, 126, 127, 133, 170 Marston, Patricia .................... 72, 109 Martin, Donald E ...... .......... 2 8, 209 Martin, Donald G ................... 72, 106 Martin, Judith .................. 72, 91, 111 Martin, Kenneth D ..................,..., 39 Martin Kenneth E ........... 39, 120, 133 Martin, Robert ........... .......... 5 3, 106 Martone, Anthony ....... ,.........,.,, 7 2 Massey, Mary ............... ............., 1 10 Massey, Pauline ....................,....... 39 Matzen, Patricia ..... ...... 3 9, 91, 112 Mason, Jack ............... ................. 2 1 Mayberry, Donald ....... .............. 7 2 Mead, Beunola ........ ........ 7 2, 111 Meador, Larry ........... ....... 3 9, 100 Meadows, Richard ........ ....... 3 9, 116 Mears, Rolland ........... ................. 1 42 Medford, Robert ............................ 1 16 Mellles, Marilyn .............. 73, 95, 111 Mendoza, Felicidadc ............,......... 21 Merrifield, John ............................ 72 Merrifield, Nina .............. 28, 112, 139 Merritt, Donna ....... ...... 7 2, 93, 109 Messick, Charles ...... .............. 7 2 Meyer, Benny .......,. .............. 5 3 Meyer, Beverly ........................ 72, 1 1 1 Meyer, Fred .................................. 73 Mickey, David .............................. 53 Milhon, Richard ...... 73, 106, 120, 197 Miller, Carolyn ........................ 72, 109 Miller, Connie .......... 72, 87, 109, 138 Miller, Don .................................. 72 Miller, Frederick .......................... 72 Miller, Harold .............................. 72 Miller, Jack ......... ........ 2 8, 102, 153 Miller, Jerry ......... ....................... 7 2 Miller, Joyce ....... ........ 5 4, 112, 114 Miller, Paula ....... ....... 7 2, 89, 112 Miller, Shirley ....... ................. 2 8 Miller, Sharon ....... ....... 7 2, 112 Mills, Bryson ....... ....... 7 3, 104 Mills, Kathlene .... McDonald, Eldon .... ..................... 5 3 McDonald, Barbara ..,................. 53,91 McDonald, John ............ 71, 104, 120 McDill, Alma .....................,,.,,,,,,., 119 McFarland, Bonnie .................... 71, 93 McFerrin, Bruce .............. 27, 133, 173 McGee, Nancy .......................... 53, 95 McGregor, Gary ..................,.., 39, 104 McGregor, Janet ........................ 53, 91 Mclntire, Nancy ...... 53, 111, 128 179 McKeague, Allen .........,................ 149 McKee, Aileen ........................ 39 114 McKeever, Duane ............ 53, 102 138 McKibben, Marilyn .... 71, 87, 110, 142 McKinney, Zora ...................... 27 112 McLaughlin, Loren .......... 39, 136 141 l 226 nnsu7s,io9 54,89 Minnis, Donna ........ ....... Mitchell, Nellie ........ ........... 2 1 Miracle, Sally ......... ....... 5 4, 91 Miyanoo, Sadako ...... ........... 5 4 Modrell, Edward ........ .....,.. 5 4, 116 Modrell, Patsy ........ ........ 5 4, 142 Moffit, Gail ........... ....... 7 3, 109 Moffitt, James ........ ........ 7 3, 122 Mohler, John ............. .......... 5 4, 98 Monninger, Norma ....... ........ 7 3, 109 Monroe, James ........................ 28, 133 Mooneyham, Geraldine ............ 54, 95, 96, 131 Moore, Barbara ...... 54, 112, 114, 142 Moore, Frederick ......,................... 21 Moore, Donald .............................. 73 Moore, Phyllis ........ ....... 2 8, 91, 203 Moore, Rose ............ 54 91, 138, 142 Moore, Neal .................................. 1 16 Moon, Young June .........,... ........ 7 3 Moreland, John ......... ...,.... 2 1 Morgan, Alford ...... ....., 5 4, 98 Morgan, Jean ............. .......... 5 4, 95 Morgan, Cadette .......................... 28 Moritz, Donald ........................ 39, 122 Moritz, Raymond .............. 54 98 122 Morris, Frances .... .... 7 3, 89,109,140 Morris, Geraldine ............ 39, 112, 142 Morton, Robert .......,...............,,,,, 28 Moser, Merle ....... ........ 7 3, 110, 139 Moser, Verne .......... .................., 2 5 Mount, William ...... ............ 7 3, 98 Mulinex, Jerry ........ Mundy, Wanda ...... Murphy, Douglas ....... Murray, Darrell ...... Murray, Jo .............. Musgrave, Bruce ....... Myers, Charles ........... .s--7s,1o2 .unn73,111 .-nu54,ioe .-s-54,iso H---71 1 10 .......28, 133 136 Myers, John .................. ........ 5 4, Myrick, Peggy ........................,...., 54 N Nakama, Avis ................ 39, 110, 122 Nakama, Joyce ............... Naylor, Marilyn ........... 114 128 Nakasone, Keisuke ........................ 21 Neff, Norma ............ 28 88, 126, 142, 146, 188 Nelson Annasteen .................... 54, 91 Nelson, Janie ........ .73, 109, 140 Nelson, Nadine ..... 73, 110, 119 Nelson Richard ..... .................... 5 4 Nelson Robert ...... .... ........ 3 9 Neufeld, James .... ..... 2 8 Neumayer, Robert ....... ..... 5 4 Newby, Donald ........ ........ 2 8 Newlin, Charles ..... ........... 3 9 Newton, Lee .......... ........ 3 9, 100 Nicklaus, Edward.. ............... 28 Nicklaus, Roselyn ..............,,, Nicklin, Beth ................, Niehaus, Valeta .............. 73, Nielsen, Juanita .... .cs-- 28 .unnunus 40 iid 1 19 Nielsen, Dorothy ................. ...39, 140 28 150 Nishimura, Dean .... North, Corinne ...... North, James ...... Notestine, Kay ...... Novak, Margaret... .......73, 40 .nnuun28,91 .museums 28 iii .54, 73, 109, 138 Obley, Loren .......................... 54, 104 O'Conner, Patricia ..,. 73, 93, 111, 122 O'Donnell, Kathleen .......... 55, 89, 122 Oldham, Martha ............................ 73 Oldhan, Darrel ....... ........... 4 5 Olm, Leslie ............. .............. 2 8 Olson, Donald ........................ 74, 106 Oltmanns, Jean ...........,.......... 28, 139 Opperman, Marilyn .................. 55, 88 Ormsby, Mary Jo ...... 40, 87, 189, 190 Otis, Eugene .................................. 28 Otis, Loren .......... ....................... 7 4 Ott, Bonnie ........ ........ 5 5 Ott, Ermil ............. ........... 5 5 Ott, Esther ................ .............. 5 5 Ott, Veda ..................... ........ 7 3, 1 12 Overfield, Richard ........ ....... 5 5, 102 P Pace, Aronda .................. 74, 111, 124 Paganini, Richard .................... 31, 143 Page, Nancy ...... 74, 95, 109, 142, 145 Palmer, John ................................ 74 Palmer, Karen .......................... 55, 88 Parker, David ....... ........ 4 0, 143 Parker, Janice ........ ...... 5 5, 87 Parker, Paula ...... Park, Myungki Parks, Dallas ....... Parks, Lowell.. Partin, Lorene. 40 40 55,119,139 Pearson, Ardis ........ ................... 5 5 Pearson, Charles ....... .......... 1 16 Perkins, John .............. ............. 2 8 Perkins, Kenneth ........ ...... 5 5, 102 Perkins, Robert ....... ...... 4 O, 102 Perry, Donald ...,.... .............,.. 7 4 Perry, Sandra .....,.. ...... 7 4, 89, 109 Peters, Albert ........ ...................,. 1 20 Peters, Bonnie ....... .....,. 7 4, 110, 138 Peters, Janice ........ .,.......... 5 5 1 12 Peters, Judith ........ .......... 7 4 1 12 Peterson, Erwin ....... ...... 4 0, 102 Peterson, Gerald ....... ............. 2 8 Peterson, Charles ........ ....... 1 02, 119 Peterson, Merwin .....................,.... 40 Phillips, Lela .................... 29, 87, 133 Phillips, Marla ................ 7'4, 112, 138 Platt, Drusilla ..,......... 40, 95, 96, 173 Piculell, Arthur .............................. 74 Pierce, Marie .,,,.... ....... 7 4, 111, 114 Pierce, Robert .,..... ..,......... 4 O, 119 Pierce, William ..................... :40, 139 Pike, Lawrence ......,................... 61, 74 Pinder, Jolene .... 40, 84, 95, 131, 140 Piper, Dolores .,...... 55, 109, 114, 138 Poe, Jimmie .......................... 55, 120 Pogue, Kay ........ ........... 5 6, 96, 139 Pohl, Dale ............. .............. 5 5, 98 Ponton, Aubrey ....... ................ 2 9 Pool, David .......... .......... 7 4 Poorman, Gary ...... ............. 2 9 Porter, Clyde ........ ...... 5 5, 124 Porter, Mahlon ...... .......... 2 1 Post, Leo ........... ............. 1 16 Pound, Gary .......... ...... 7 4, 106 Powell, Barbara ....... .......... 5 5 Powell, John ......... ............... 4 0, 102 Powell, Karl ..........................,. 55, 102 Powell, Mary ..........., 55, 89, 140, 146 Powers, Norman ............................ 74 Prchal, Daniel ........ ..................... 1 22 Pretz, Richard .,,.., ...... 7 4, 104 Price, Duane .,... .,.............. 4 0 Price, Sarah ,....... ...... 5 5, 91, 143 Prichard, Rose ....., ........,......... 5 5 Priestley, Russell .,.......... 40, 104, 133 Pritner, Calvin .......,,,,.., 40, 126, 127, 143, 168 Prophet, Carl ........ ................... 1 30 Prophet, Vicki ......... ............. 1 10 Province, Clarence ,..... ...,.. 4 0, 100 Pruitt, Janet ........... ,..... 7 4, 141 Pryor, Deidre ,,...... ......,...,.......... 5 5 Pugh, Jack .................................... 55 Pugh, Marilyn .......... 55, 95, 179, 198, 199, 208 Pummill, Glenna... ......., 56, 87, 139 Pykiet, Jean ....... .,.............. 2 9 Pyle, Wanda .............. ...... 5 6, 120 Quincy, Floyd .................. 40, 135, 153 Quinn, Edna .................,.......... 40 119 R Rainey, Kenneth ............................ 74 Ramsburg, Darrell .......... 29, 129, 197 Ramsburg, Lee ......... .,....... 5 6, 104 Randel, Carol .......................... 74, 111 Rasmussen, Sylvia ............,. 29, 93, 140 Rath, Rhonda .......,... ...... 5 6, 89, 109 Ray, Ronald .....,..... ,.....,., 5 6, 100 Razor, Glenda .... .........,. 7 4, 110 Rea, John ..........,.. ....,... 4 0, 97, 100 Reber, Catherine ...... Reber, Shirley ,....... Rector, Gay ,...,..... Redtern, Carolyn... Redman, Barbara ...... Redman, Elaine ..... Reed, Frederick ........ Reeder, Sally ......... Register, Dean ...... Reichardt, Delores Reichardt, Floyd .... Rempel, Etta ......... Remy, Joseph ........ Rettiger, David ....... 93 ..74, 87, 111 56, 91 91 106 ......75, 112, 145 75 112 ......75, ......29, 129 122 Rexroad, Phyllis .,.... ..... 131. ..45, 56, 95, 138 Reynolds, Rex ..... ................... 6 0 Rice, Rebekah ...... ......... 5 6, 88, 109 Rice, Wayne ................................ 75 Richards, Lonn .......... 29, 98, 129, 203 Richardson, Arlene .......... 75, 1 19, 140 Richardson, Clarence .............. 29, 139 Richardson, Donald ........................ 136 Richey, Robert .............................. 75 Riddle, Perry ...... .............. 7 5, 98, 139 Ridgway, Arthur ............ 29, 100, 149 Rieck, Roberta ................ 75, 109, 114 Riggin, Robert .....................,........ 75 Riggs, Patricia ........................ 75, 110 Riggs, Sandra ............................ 75, 89 Riley, Peggy ...... 75, 95, 109, 138, 146 Ring, Jackie .................... 40, 136, 142 Ritter, Joann ................................ 56 Roach, Glenn .... ................ 4 O Robb, Michael ...... ....... 4 O, 106 Roberts, Carl .......... .,..,.. 7 5 Roberts, Harry ........ ....... 7 5 Roberts, Paul ...,...... ............,... 7 5 Roberts, Rae ...............................,,. 21 Robertson, Franklin ................ 75, 106 Robertson, Sandra .......... 75, 110, 1 19, Robinson, Beverly ....... Robinson, Mack ...... 142,16 29,131 4 Robinson, Ruth ....... .............. 7 5, 87 Robrahn, Myrna ...... ....... 2 9, 89, 128 Robuck, Kay ........ ...... 7 5, 87, 109 Rodrick, Billy ....... .......... 4 1, Roe, James ......... . Roecker, Dixie ........ ......75, , Roehrman, Robert ......... Rogers, Charles .............. 56, 100, 100 138 120 129 151 Rogers, Janet ....... ................ 7 5, 109 Rogers, Janis ........ ....... 4 1, 112, 119 Rogers, Philip ...... ............ 4 1, 102 Roller, Dale ......... ................ 1 29 Ronen, Theodore .... ....... 4 1 Root, Nancy ............... ............. 4 1 Rorabaugh, Dennis .................. 41, 104 Ross, Betty ....................... 76, 89, 109 Ross, Jim ................ ................ 1 16 Ross, Marilyn ..,,........................ 56, 91 Rossillon, Joseph .............. 41, 60, 122, 143, 195 Rost, Nancy ............ 41 89, 112, 120 130. 201 Roswurm, Melba .................... 29, 133 Roth, Harry ........ . ....... 76, 104 Roth, James ......... ............. 2 9 Roth, Stanley ........ .......... 4 1, 104 Roth, Virginia ...... .............. 5 6, 91 Rothwell, James .....................,...,.. 29 Rudiger, Vera ....... ...... 5 6, 120, 139 Ruhnke, Linda ...... ............ 5 6, 1 1 1 Russell, Barbara ....... ....... 1 12, 140 Russell, Gail ........... ............. 1 38 Russell, Robert ........... ....... 4 1, 100 Rutledge, Phyllis ........ ..,,., 7 6, 112 Ryerson, Joe .................. ....... 4 1, 104 S Sack, Marvin ..... .................. 7 6, 106 Sage, Myrna .................... 76, 111, 145 Saito, Jean .................................... 56 Salto, Marylou ........ 76, 111, 114, 140 Sanders, Edith .......... 76, 89, 110, 146 Sandy, Gene ....... .................. 5 6, 100 Sanner, Shirley ...... ................. 4 1 87 Sargent, Gail .,,................. 76, 95, 109 Sato, Sadie ...................... 76, 110, 201 Satterfield, Marilyn .............,.. 76, 109 Sauder, Janice .................. 41, 95, 126, 133, 143 Saville, Maxie ...... .................. 5 6 Saunders, Gerald .............. 29, 98, 133 Sayler, Eleanor ...... ............ 7 8, 110 Schallehn, Lavern ..... ............ 4 1, 138 Schallehn, Ross ...................,.,...,.... 56 Scharff, Clarence .......................... 29 Scheibe, Robert ............ 41, 102, 120, 133, 139 Schlehuber, Carole ........................ 29 Schiesser, Donald ....... Schlappi, Larry ......... Schlesener, Gary ...... 29 .......76, 197 76 41 Schink, Nancy .............................. Schmidt, Leon ...................... 122, 129 Schmidt, Susan ........ 76, 89, 112, 173 Schrader, Don ........................ 41 , 138 Schrader, Mary ...................... 76, 1 1 1 Schroeder, Eugene ........................ 29 Schul, Charlene ................ 56, 88, 179 Schulte, Jerry ................................ 129 Schwartzman, Geraldine .........,...... 122 Schweizer, Louis .......................... 76 Schwilling, Shirley ............ 57, 93, 139 Scott, Billie ............ ................ 2 9 Scott, Bob ........... ................ 5 7 Scott, Keith ............. ............ 7 6, 102 Scott, Kenneth .............................. 29 Scott, Ruth .......... ....... 7 6, 111, 145 Seacat, Max .......... ....... 4 1, 104, 138 Searls, Richard ................ 76, 104, 142 Selby, Marvin ................................ 149 Settgast, Edward ....... ................ 3 0 Shaft, John ............ ............. 7 6 Shank, Kay .......... ......,.. 5 7, 104 Shannon, Norma ...... ..,,........... 5 7, 91 Sharp, James ........ ....... 3 0, 126, 127 Shaw, Jerry ....... ...... 5 7, 95, 145 Shaw, Joyce ............ .......... 7 6, 1 1 1 Shea, Margaret ........ ................... 4 1 Sheftler, Miles ........................ 30, 104 Shepherd, Betty .............. 30, 114, 139 Shepherd, Dale ........ ,............ 4 1, 102 Shepherd, Larry .......... ........... 5 7, 98 Shepherd, Raymond ...... Sherley, Raymond ....... 57 15 Shields, LeRoy .............................. 76 Shriner, Beryl .......................... 76, 110 Shumate, Harges .......................... 41 Sidman, Ronda ........ 76, 109, 138, 145 Sigler, Lawrence ............................ 1 16 Sill, Albert .................................... 30 Simcox, Kendall ...... ........., 3 O Simmons, Carl ...... ....... 3 O, 100 Simon, Lee .........,.... ............. 5 7 Simon, Anita ............. ....... 7 7, 110 Simpson, Mary Ann... ......... 57, 91 Sinclair, Jerry .......... ....... 4 1, 139 Sisson, Charles ........... .......... 3 O Sisson, JoHannah ....... ....., 4 1, 87 Sisson, Shull .....................,......,...., 140 Slagle, Bob .............................. 30, 100 Slentz, Karen .... 77, 93, 112, 120, 201 Small, Rodney ........................ 42, 116 Smelser, William .,....................,.,, 42 Smethers, Carol ....... ,......,.. 7 7, 109 Smith, Arthur ............,......,..,,,,,,,,,, 142 Smith, Rosetta ................ 77, 11O, 145 Smith, Belford lPeteJ ..........,.,,,,,, 30 Smiih, David ....,..,.,...........,,.., 42, 100 Smith, Dorothy ,...,,,.,..... 77, 112, 142 Smith, Glenn ....... ....,,,,,,,,, 4 2, 102, Smith, Gorman ..... ..,,,,,,,,, 7 7, 106 Smith, Ivan ......... ,,,,, 1 29, 136 Smith, Johnnie ........ ,,,,,,,, 7 7, 110 Smith, Smith, Patricia ........ Madge ....... Smith, Robert .......... Smith, ' A' Vlrglnla .......,...,.,, , ........... 142 .......77, 110 102 95 Smithson, Shirley ........,,..,,,, 32, 57, 91 Snell, Florence ............,.., 30, 119, 139 Snyder, Robert ........ ...,. Soule, Caroline ........ Sommers, Richard ...... Southern, Nancy ........ Sowell, Jerry .......... 112 110 77 Soule, Roy .....,.,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 7 Specht, Sue ......... ,,,,,, 7 7, 95 Spencer, Ernestine ........,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 39 Spitz, Shirley .............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,143 Splitter, Karen ........ 77 87, 110, 142 Spohn, Marilyn ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 2, 110 Spohn, Paul ..,... ,,,,,,,,,, 4 2, 142 Staatz, Joleen ....,. ,,,,,,, 7 7, 109 Stafford, Lewis ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,115 Stark, Charles ........ ....... 4 2, 104 Stark, Donna ....,.. .........., 5 7 227 Umbarger, Robert ............ 58, 84, Stark, Janet ..,................... 77, 87, 110 Stebbins, Wayne ....... ................ 7 7 Steele, Merry .,........ ....... 7 7, 109 Steffens, Virginia ...... ............ 4 2, 95 Steenbock, Frances ....,...., 77, 91, 111 Stetfes, Clarice ......... .......... 5 7 122 Steinhardt, Jean ,......., .......... 7 7 111 Steinle, Bud ..,.....,,.........,.....,...... 42 Stem, Ruthanne ................ 77, 93 146 Stevensf Patricia .... 77, 112, 138, 145 Stevenson, Bessie ........................ 57 Steward, Glenda ,,,... 77, 89, 111, 179 Stewart, Carol .,...............,.,.... 77, 1 1 1 Stine, Jean .......... .,,.............. 3 O, 93 Stinson, James ........ ............. 7 8 St. John, Stephen .,..... 57, 100 Stohr, Lelia ....,... . ..,....., 57, 128 Storey, Bonita ..... .............,...,, 1 38 Strahm, Merlin ,.... ...... 7 8, 98, 141 Stubbs, Hugh ....... .............. 7 8 Sutton, Jackie ...... ....,...,,,, 5 7, 106 Sutton, Patricia ............., 42, 94, 128, 179, 201 Swartzman, Geraldine ...... 78, 89, 110 Swearingen, Ruth ........,,,, 57, 91, 138 Swiercinsky, Patricia ........ 30, 87, 96, 127, 128 Swisher, Richard .........,....,........,,, 42 Switzer, Carol..30, 87, 131, 133, 139 Sylvester, James .......,,... 57, 106, 141 T Talley, Arthur ....,..,. ......... 5 7, 104 Tanakai, Florence ...............,,. 42, 114 Tanimoto, Lorraine ..................,. 57 Tatum, Jo Ann ..,....,....,. 78, 111, 114 Tawney, Lois ....... ................... 4 2 Taylor, Gynell ........ .........,...... 5 7 Taylor, Frances ,.,.,,. ,............ 2 1, 136 Taylor, Harold ..,.,.,......... 78, 106, 197 Taylor, Mardell ................ 42, 95, 140 Techtel, Curtis ,,.,,....................... 62 Tendick, Margaret ................ 78, 112 Thill, Edwin .................... 42, 98, 122 Thode, Wanda ...,... ......... 7 8, 109 Thomas, Betty ........ ......... 5 8, 91 Thomas, Louise ....,. ........ 5 8 Thomas, Sarah ,..... ................ 7 8 Thomas, Victor .......,...,....,..,.,...... 30 Thomi, Beverly ,..,.....,................ 78 Thompson, Christa ........ 42, 133, 138 Thompson, 1-larold ,..,.................... 78 Thompson, Richard ...................... 136 Thompson, Norman .........,...,........ 21 Thompson, Ronald .,........ 58, 98, 130 Thompson, Sharon J ...78, 87 1 12 Thompson, Sharon L .,...,.......,..... 78 Thorne, Kay ............ 78, 91, 112, 138 Thurston, James .,........................ 78 Thytaul, Tector .,......,...,,.............. 122 Tadweil, Billy ....., 126, 127, 130, 168 Timm, Veida ....................,..... 78, 109 Tinsae, Bedele .............................. 142 Tolbert, Carolyn ...... 78, 89, 111, 145 Traner, Loreta ,............................. 58 Trauth, Charles .... 129, 136, 141 142 r 4 Travis, Carolelynn .... 78, 89, 111 Trendel, Robert ....,................. 30 Trowbridge, Donald ,,,. 136, 141, Trowbridge, Jerry .................. 58, Trower, Carlie ............ 4 ,58, 104, True, Virgil .................. 42, 106, Truhlicka, Robert ....................... Truitt, Patsy .,.,.....,. ...... 7 8, 91 Tucker, Ronald ,...., .................,. Turner, Carrol .,.................,.... 42 Turner, Georgia .,..,......... 58, 91, Turner, Jackie .,..,... ................... 228 146 130 142 104 138 142 42 111 58 110 138 42 Turner, Richard ..............,......,,..,.. 42 Tyler, Gladis .............,.. 114, 124, 139 U Ulses, Barbara .,........,............. 58, 112 Umbarger, Donna .............,.......... 30 116 40 Umdenstock, Nancy .....,.......... 43, 1 Unger, Daniel ..,....,....,......,...,....,, 43 Unruh, Harlon .............. 58, 102, 136 Updegraff, Fred ...................... 30, 143 Utter, Richard .,......,...,. 43, 104, 126, 127, 136, 142 V Vanamburg, Jack .,.,.... ,...... 4 3, 102 Van Gundy, Joyce .,..,,.. ....... 4 3, 133 Van Horn, Edwin ....,....,.....,..,, 78, 98 Vannaman, Peggy ...................,,,,. 30 Vanvalkenburg, Richard..43, 100, 138 Vargas, Mario ,,,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 142 Varner, Donald ..,......................... 58 Varner, Robert ....., ,..,.,...,,,,,,,, 3 0 Veach, Dale .,...............,.. 43, 97, 106 Veal, Doris ...................,,....... 43, 109 Velasquez, Raymond ......,,.....,., 58, 98 Verhaeghe, Lorraine .,.... 78, 109, 122 Veroda, Connie ......,.....,.,.....,,,,,,,. 30 Veroda, Dwann ......,....,.. 43, 136, 141 Verschelden, Robert .....,,..,.,....,,,.,, 31 Vickers, Jerry .................,...,.,,,,.,, 78 Victor, William ..,.... ......,... 7 9, 104 Vogt, Barbara .,....... ...... 7 9, 88, 112 Volland, Richard ,,..,..,..,,,,,,,,,, 79, 106 Voth, Jacqueline ....,..,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,, 112 Vratil, Audrey ..........,...,. 79, 110, 114 W Wadsworth, Janice ,...,... 79, 111, 139 Wagner, Richard .,..... .......... 4 3, 129 Wagner, Vernon .....,..,...,.,.,,,...,,,. 58 Wagor, Karen .................. 79, 95, 112 Walker, Marsha ...................... 79, 95 Walker, Shirley ...... 43, 110, 133, 138 Wall, Geraldine..31, 87, 96, 139, 145 Wall, Larry ...... 31, 97, 102, 126, 127 Waln, Verla .....,.............. 61, 79, 112 Walter, Gerald ..,..,.,..,........,.,......,, 116 Ward, Delores ........,...., 79, 11 1, 124 Warkentin, Leroy .......,...,.,.,.,., 43, 98 Warren, James .....,... ..,,,,,,,, 3 1, 102 Warren, Laura ...... ....,..,,,,,,,, 5 8, 87 Warta, Patricia .,...,......,... 58, 87, 131 Wasemiller, Mariann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 43 Wasinger, Cora ...........,.. 79, 88, 109 Waters, Richard ................,.,, 43, 102 Watkins, Sharon ...... ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 8 Watson, Dorthea .....,....,.,.....,,,,,,,, 58 Watson, Robert ,....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 31, 100 Watts, Billie ,.......,....,,,.. 21, 142, 143 Weavor, Marilyn .... .,,..., 7 9, 91, 138 Weeks, George ....,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 Weeks, John ...,.,.. ,,,,,,, 3 1, 102 Wegley, Beniamin .... ................. 5 8 Weigand, Judith .......................... 79 Weik, Rosalie .,....,,,,........ 79, 95, 111 Weingartner, Thomas ..........,, 79, 122 Weinmann, James ................ 59, 122 Weir, Beverly ,.,........... 44, 110, 119, 133, 138 Welch, Edgar .......... .............. 3 1 Wells, Jim .........,.,,.. ............,.... 1 49 Welsh, Clarence .......................... 43 West, Jack ..,......,... ..,... 3 1, 97, 102 West, Maurice ....,. ......,... 7 9, 106 Westerhaus, Salli ........,......... 79, 109 Weston, Joyce .............. 31, 131, 140 Wetzler, Dessie ...,,,........ 79, 93, 109 Wheat, Betty ......................., 79, 140 White, Cornelius .......... 31, 122, 130 White, Edward ....... .........., 1 29, 171 White, Larry ....... ................. 7 9 White, Norval .....,.. ........... 7 9 White, Stephen ,..................... 58, 106 Whitehead, Donald ...................... 1 16 Whitehead, Ellis .....................-.... 79 Whitehair, James..79, 122, 142, 169 Whitney, Malcolm ........................ 59 Whitson, Charles .......... 58, 106, 143 Whittington, Kay ..............,......,.. 109 Wichert, Fred .............................. 21 Wiegers, Rosemary ....,,........ 122, 128 wiebe, John ,,,,,,,,..,...,,.. 43, 100, 116 Wiesedeppe, Carol .....,,............. 59, 87 Wiggins, Carolyn ..... ................. Wilhite, Jon .....,,,.. Wilkerson. Ida ..,,.. .......43, Wilhaus, Kathryn .......... 31, 110, Williams, Jerry .......,................ 31. 79 129 31 Wills, Robert ,...,.... .......,.... 4 3, 115 139 98 197 Williams, John ...... 43, 106, 129, Williams, Wayne Williamson, Sally. Willis, 102 91, 138 43 Russell ........... ................. Wilson, Catherine ........ ......... 5 9, 87 Wilson, Earl ....,........ ........... 8 0 Wilson, Ivan .........,.,. ..,....... 8 0, 129 Wilson, James E ...,................. 31, 143 Wilson, James W ........,........,.....,. 58 Wilson, Kathleen ............ 43, 110, 140 Wilson, Kay .......... ..........,........ 8 O Wilson, Muriel ...... ................. 1 10 Wilson, Roxie ...... ....... 8 0, 112 Wilson, Shirley ...................... 80, 11 1 Wilson, Sharon ..............,..... 110, 142 Windsor, Nelda ,..... 59, 95, 140, 145 Winteer, Mike ...................... 59, 104 Wing, Jimmie .,........................ 80, 98 Wingo, Virginia ............ 59, 110, 139 Winter, Norma ...... .......,..... 4 4, 146 Winter, Robert ...,..... 98 Winters, Sharon .............. 31, 91, 127, 131, 133, 139,188 Wischropp, Theodore ............ 58, 142 Wisler, Carl .......................... 31, 142 wan, Dixie ....,,.,.,..... ........,.,... 1 43 Witten, Gerald .....,. ....... 3 1, 136 Witten, Maurice ....... ........... 3 1 Wood, Diana .......... ....,...... 1 20 Wood, Nelva ............. ....... 8 0, 110 Woodward, Royce ........ ....... 3 1, 104 Woolen, William .......................... 80 Wrench, Edward .................,.. 31, 102 Wright, Patricia ,........... 80, 89, 110, 142, 179 Wurtz, Jean .................. 80, 112, 122 Y Yoder, Neil ,.,,,,.,,........,..,,,...., 80, 141 York, Thomas .......... 59 97, 106, 142 Yoshinobu, Howard .,......,.,..... 59, 173 Young, Vance .............................. 129 Yuja, Carlos ...,......,....... 31, 122, 138 Z Zane, Benny ................ ........... 3 1 Zavesky, Mary .,,...... ,.....,...... 5 9 Zeferjohn, Dorothy .............. 109, 138 Zenger, Weldon ..............,..... 44, 100 Ziegler, Nancy ........ 44 89, 122, 142 Zimbelman, Johnnie ..,.....,........... 44 Zimmerman, Darrell .................... 80 Zook, Keith .......................... 80, 102 Zscheile, Dina .................. 80, 91, 111 Zumalt, John ..... .,.,..,.,,..... 3 1 In Kansas fair, where vales of sheen Spread nature's wealth before our eyes, Two rivers join their banks of green And stately halls of learning rise. 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