Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

 - Class of 1959

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A ' , L 'P f -y rv, , v W 5 .4 1 4 n n + ,,. 5 Charles Roger Pounds This book is dedicated in memory of Charles Roger Pounds who served his school as photographer for the Sunflower and other school publications. Charlie was a second semester senior at Emporia State when he was taken on Iuly 21, 1959, in an automobile accident while returning to school from his home in McPherson, Kansas. The memory of him will remain with all those who were given the privi- lege of knowing him. A WSW PUBLISHED BY mf swnfuls or KANSAS sms TEACHERS cnufuf SWM , .V- Q' xl w 1 I ? f V uf 9. A2 M Q S. Q Q X Sk 3 1 'init' 1 as -G, 1-w ' u 1 I 5 sg! Q. 5 9 Q, B ,Lf 5 Mngg' ik QQ, P gf: K4 , Q il A Y 54 gn 4 5. A Yi' . ,, A t rf. 5 , . , 5' 6 . P it L if as :X gupuam-vw Q33 mm 2 is 5 l i s it 2 , -fr Www Hi'iPQ3"' s ' . Lk,, - ,f 1 - W ' ' "-" 2 -.." IIE :"' f i - W A Q wiki, 2 t if "' ' Q - it , . ,K Q, , . . ,, W 5, ti ' , .t t is .r 1' .4-.rf..,rLQ,rL3rr." A K Z' fm With increasing specialization, the demand for trained personnel has made the public aware of an acute need for higher education. In partial answer to his need Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia offers many edu- cational opportunities to the youth that enter its doors. Besides being one of the leading teacher education colleges in the nation, the college also offers an excellent liberal arts pro- gram for those interested in other fields. Our purpose in preparing this book has been to give to you an accurate and complete picture of the year 1958-1959 at Kansas State Teachers College. We have tried to retell the important events in such a way that they will remain a lasting memory to those who enjoyed and participated in them. The Sunflower Staff wishes to take this opportunity to thank those who assisted in mak- ing this yearbook possible. 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Q.'Q..... nllanasullnunl ggggu lllllllllll 'W U' . llllllll llllllgpgi .::lllll...llllllll gggpnaagn ' ""'lllllllI'll snuuonlallnnuuuggpau lllllllllllulllll luuununuauaannn lllllllilllllllllll IDIIIIIIIIIUDDIUCIII ::::..llllCllllllll lIll:::::::::::::::: lllllllllllllll III' lllllllllllliillllll nanoauonnsnollall 0 O O Governor George Dockmg The Honorable George Docking, serving his second term as Governor of Kansas, has been acutely conscious of the increasing im' portance of education to the future of our nation and has taken an active interest in each of the educational institutions of the state, which he heads as Governor. The faculty and students of Kansas State Teachers College are proud to welcome Governor Docking to our campus and hope he will visit often. All re- member his visit this year when he presented the awards at the annual Master Teacher A- ward Banquet. The Boa rd of Regents The Board of Regents is responsible for the formulation of policy, presentation of budgets and the selection of personnel of the state institutions. This entails personal sacrifice -- time away from homes, families, and business. We appreciate the work the Board of Regents has, and is doinq on behalf of higher education in Kansas. We hope as you visit our campus and the campuses of the other state institutions that the realization that your effort does not go unrewarded will be apparent. TOP ROW, left to right: Hon. Russell R. Rust, Whitley Austin, Clement H, Hall, Harry Valentine and Ray Evans. BOTTON ROW, left to right: Hon. George B. Collins. Claude C. Bradney, McDill Boyd, Hubert Brighton and Lawrence Morgan. Jl ' He. , S. ,pe F v.k, I 4 Q .1 4 sm mm W, A 1- President Dr. Iohn E. King, President of Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia, is serving his sixth year as administrative head of our college. His interest and dedication to education and Kansas State Teachers College have resulted in a program of increasing excellence of faculty, administrators, and scholastic standards. Yet as enrollment increased and campus facilities were improved, President King has been and is always ready to listen to and help any student that may have an aca- demic or personal problem. We, as students, are proud of our college and our President. President Iohn E. King uf. ,.,..-so -"' ' V I3.:!llV5 an avr' 099, ll ,, -""""M 0 Administration R. G. CREMER Assistant to the President NATHAN P. BUDD HARRY I. WATERS Director of Resident Instruction Director of Student Services V. T. TRUSLER RUTH SCHILLINGEH Decm of Men Deon of Women LAUHENCE BOYLAN ALDEN BOWMAN Chciixman, Graduate Division Student Aids Advisor R. WILLIAM WYGLE Placement Officer MAURICE DUTTON Acting Director, Bureau oi Publications DARRELL E. WOOD Acting Director, Field Services H- , A wk fi -we ' ff ,1 L A -"fftv',2"1'i55'iSQSz2Qf MELVIN S. ANDERSON Construction Supervisor RICHARD C, HAWK RILEY D. STORMONT Assistcmt Director of Field Services Superintendent of Physical Plant UPQK ,af . if - Roger Eickholt, President Student at t il nu' Norman Hothouse, Vice-President Decorating the Rotunda Christmas tree was just one of the many projects of the Student Council. With the beginning of the school year, the Council returned early to assist with Freshman Orientation Week. During this time they sponsored dances, a talent show, and tours of the campus. The Homecoming dance, sponsored annually by the Student Council, was held on campus this year tor the iirst time. Admission was limited to students and alumni. Music was provided by The Hilltoppers. After each home varsity football and basketball game, the council entertained visitors and students with a varsity dance. The council also sponsored concerts by George Shearing and Chris Barber. The Central Inter-Collegiate Conference of As- sociated Student Councils was sponsored by the Council bringing student leaders from all CIC col- leges to the Emporia campus. Other projects of the Council included a leader- ship course, an organization room, Student Council workshop, Student Council calendar, high school leadership workshop, election rules, penny carnival, and changes in the Student Council constitution. Council IERRY KELTNER Senior Representative DELORES IONES t 16 - is E fy ,' is IACK KELLY Senior Representative Senior Representative AMELIA SAN ROMANI Iunior Representative LARRY CARPENTER Iunior Representative KAY UTTERBACK ROBINSON Iunior Representative GARY SHERRER Freshman Representative RITA HOWELL TOM WYRICK Sophomore Representative Sophomore Representative One part of the Student Council's duties is preparing for elections. CHARLES MALLORY Freshman Representative iff' Y wi! 'var-we-sr Senior LARRY BECKER President LARRY HUNTER Vice-President PATRICIA BURNS Secretary-Treasurer Class Sophomore ROGER GREEN President TOM FINCKEN Vice-President LINDA SWENDER Secretary-Treasuxer Nav' I , 'Q' '-...w-sf' Junior IOHN STATON President CONNIE FOELGNER Vice-President SI-IERYL CHAMBERS Secretary-Treasurer Office rs Freshman DICK MCCALL President KAREN FREDERICK Vice-President PAT MORRIS Secretary-Treasurer 0' InuuIIIIwnIIInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII:: IIIIIIIIIIIQIIUIIIIIIanIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIouumIIIIg.....3... llllllllllllllllllIIIanInanIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQIIII33.5 IIIIIIIIIIIIIICWIIIIIIC!ll...IllIIllllllllllillllllllllllllllIIQQI .'......'.....-.....'.................".-.........l...-lQ...l.... IIIIIIIQIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIInauoclllllllllilllllllllIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIa.-...nIIIIIIIlIIgggggg llllllllllllll CCllQl..l..IIIlI.'..................'... 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Psychology Department Second floor of Plumb Building is the home of the Art Department, Noman Eppink, depart- ment head: the Education Department, Dr. Alex Daughtry, department head: and the Mathe- matics Department, Dr. Oscar Peterson, depart- ment head. We ,M Under the guidance of the art faculty, students develop the skills ot the artist Cleftl. Art Department Education Department Education Department Students wishing to become good teachers find on the Emporia State Campus all they need to help them: but most of the work is done by the student himself. Mathematics Department 'Liiti Students leave their classes in the Administration building during Cl fire drill Dr. George R. R. Pflaum, head of the Speech Department, chats with two speech students. Speech Department floor one knows from the clicking of type writers and the noise of machines that this is the Business Department, Dr. E. C. ' McGill, head of department. 'B' V Business Department -curl' One of the most important places in the Administration is the hall. Here students relax between classes, but halls can be very lonely places at night. .lie It is time to leave the third floor and the Foreign Language Depart- ment headed by Dr. Minnie Miller fpictured at right with one of E-State's foreign studentsl and ride the ele- vator to the fourth floor where Dr. William Seiler is head of the Social Science Department. Foreign Language Department English Department tx i i M g f After one last stop in Plumb Building -- the English Depart- ment, Dr. T. C. Owen, depart- ment head, one looks toward other campus buildings. A fa- miliar sight to the students is William Allen White Library. Library Science Department ?T,p---W Pictured right is the Gymnasium in which both the Men's cmd Wo- men's Physical Education Depart- ments have their classes. Miss Edna McCu1lough is head of the Women's Physical Education Department. lumaiaiu-I-w1mzQc.sQ.1t N - - -,Qf,:'-. ' Women's Physical Education Department 38 The ringing of Silent Ioe is as big a moment to the Men's Physical Edu- cation Department, F. G, Welch, de- partment head, as to anyone. For Silent Ioe rings only when the game has been won. Men's Physical Eclucation Department 39 Dr. Robert Taylor, head of the Music Depart- ment, and his staff can always be found in Beach Music Hall. K .ixiwi ,X Vi,-ww-.,-1-M Music Department The completion of the new science hall gave the Biology department an opportunity to utilize all the facilities in the Norton Science Hall. The first thing the department undertook was the building of a green- house. Biology Department R 2 Q Dr. Ted Andrews, head of the Biology Department. helps cr student plan cr program. Physical Science Department Completed this year the New Science Hall provides all the newest facilities for the Physical science faculty and Dr. Winston Cram, head of the department. . s,.... W... , G., .. TA' -Q-A ,fm .J In this building the Home Economics Department under direction of Miss Kathryn Whit- ten, department hecrd, gives 5 practical experience in the Home Economics Department 45 5 household arts. i I 1 1 . ff rf., , ff fl ,- Wig- WHEN 3 Y ' , , --fjsxxm mi it E QS runusmmn, ARTS , , Q - ., 5 ..,.,.............. V f M V t W mm par IH! t i 4 2 f-a-E r r 5 ,, , , atm. ttf,-1.-rt. 5 g SUPGIVISIIIQ and gu1d1ng stu- 2 ' e i t , at ,, .. ttt A ra dents in their Pf0ieCiS the TH- f' ,a dustrial Arts De artment head- Ie V L' K' 1 A Lm.,L if P ' . r,rgfQii5r,,,4 J ,M M? ,,frar , :y Lll I ., , ed E. L. Barnhart use this A, - Q, ' f t N' bulldmg as then headquarters. aa.a ' alaa tt r , vhgk i Y Industrial Arts Department 46 ' , e " ' Q f' 1' if rw AV!! 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' f, - fu Most students enter the Union through the doors of the new addition. but .5 ,Q 0 t x Qin Student Teaching Emporia State is one of the leading teacher education colleges in the nation. A good teachers college offers all that any good standard college offers, plus the highly specialized courses planned for prospective teachers. Specializ- ed teacher training at Emporia State includes all phases of education from kindergarten through distributive education and library education. One of the integral parts of this intensive program is student teaching. "'-'Q..,,,N Oat? awe- it M ,Q t . t so 'Tw Q Y V l X E 5 E 3 I E i i i -NXKNS "fb, if ff' ' .r , . , if" 1 ' A4 . ga , . K ',,,.-4- Q .rs K '-I l all r r -'Q QF" ' 325+ il ,- far I 'Q I 0 , W . , ,HS W..,g,,,,,.,w all 1 if -1+ r ,we , f. - R X The student teacher learns by teaching, and the experi- ence gained in the program is invaluable when he enters the field. 51 'ww k,,. 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Presents F amen The eleventh annual Curli-Q again delighted record-breaking audiences con- sisting of alumni, faculty, students, and townspeople. For the first time in 1958, Curli-Q was changed from the usual variety show to a complete drama. The presentation this year was an old-fashioned "me1er drama" entitled "Fireman's Flame," complete with all the trimmings of the old time stage productions. The presentation didn't loose all of its old variety, though, as variety numbers were presented between acts of the show. The weeks of hard work provided well worth while as crowds flocked to Albert Taylor Hall in great numbers all three nights of the performance. Proceeds from the fast-moving show help to provide scholarships for deserving freshmen at Emporia State. Finale Denise Dehler, the "Fireman's Flame Tau Kappa Epsilon hrs! place m hater Homecoming Q, in Q.. Decorations L Wesley Foundaiion, second place in open division. Sigma Sigma Sigma. second place in so- rority division. si WF 1 in Phi Sigma Epsilon second place in fra ternity division. V ann THX si- A 3'ilN'5geg 63 We blocked ihe sheets with our pep rally. The Hilltoppers entertained at our homecoming dance s,tti"igii, X The pep rally was led by ihe cheerleaders. Activities Everyone enjoyed the 1958 homecoming dcmce. 64 Pep Ray The homecoming festivities started out with a big convocation in Albert Taylor Hall on Friday morning where the football team was introduced, and Coach Kaywood gave us a pep talk. Following the convocation, the cheerleaders and pep band led an all-school walkout and snake dance to the middle of town where a pep rally was held. Following the rally, school was dismissed for the rest of the day, which is always a much-looked-for event eve- ry homecoming. Art Gallery v One of the most interesting places on the Emporia State campus is the Art Gallery. Exhibits of every kind are arranged in the gallery so that those who wish to may visit and en- joy them. The Gallery offers a large variety of displays. The last show of the 1958-1959 school year was the twenti- eth annual Student Art Show. Of the 166 works submitted, 93 qualified for the show. Prizes were awarded in ten divisions. On these pages are four of the winning student entries. -- the first place winner in life drawing by Harry Reynolds, a freshman from Kansas City, the first place winner in graphics by George Charlsen, a junior from Hutchinson, the first place winner in photography by Noel Klien, a junior from Hutchinson and the special mention in wood sculpture by Cecil Howard, a senior from Mulvane. l 1 MFE S? I ffpnmucmavuw Behind The Scenes In Theatre Belwincl The Scenes QT' A e pg Sponsored by the radio department, students and faculty prepared the first full length movie to be produced at Emporia State. In Radio ...And in Television The 50th State When Hawaii was accepted as the fiftieth state in the United States, excitement was at a peak over the nation. As there are many students from Hawaii on the campus, excitement on the Emporia State Campus took a special twist. Dressed in their tra- ditional outiits: the muumu, kekepa, and aloha shirt, the Hawaii students gathered together to celebrate this great occasion. After more than forty years oi trying to become a state, the people of Hawaii had at last achieved statehood for Hawaii. Celebrating statehood, Bert Oshiro plays the traditional Hawaiian instrument, the ukulele, as he leads the members of the Hui-O-Hawaii in the song Hawaii Pono i, the former Hawaiian national anthem, now the state song. ak Iohn Luding, Stanley Shimabukuro, Frances Kishimoto, Stanley DelaCruz, and Irene Uyeno prepare for a musical number at the 50th-state party iabove, L to Rl. Drinking the islands best Hawaiian punch are Wally Kawane, Mr. Gary Mason fsponsorl, Ronald Ogata, and Roy Nakamura lleftl. iii ii' fav in 5-. 1, 1 3 1 x 4 1 iv 4 x "-.M Lf' , ' ,- 'vs ,fab Y 1 mfr 1 'V LWQZ ar . 's5'3f"L , 1 xg., . gif' -A.-'Af fu, 'fwl 1. ffm x f N , ff"Ai 3 'M , 1,1 9 N - s" f 41 .7 , . 7 J. .nit X ' Q if lag, l The mcxn with the guitar cmd the folk songs was Dylan Todd Many E-Sisters received advice on dating irom Russell Curry. Convocations ,ffl After the Education Week convocation, the speaker chats with members of the Emporia State faculty. Dr. DeBruyn visits William Allen White Library alter his speech on New Guinea. 77 Icxzz as played by the Pfieffer Trio was cz hit with E-Starters. E T T ' T The company of "The Diary of Anne Frank" leaves Albert Taylor Hull after performance n mILm- ,.,. , Hr. ,f 'afe!Iz.21J E'fL:s ssfmvmfiwizsaew'Jiiiilxz'fsimfs ., Series Fine piano music wcxs just another offering of the Entertainment Series. 'Tb IOP 4 Lottie Gossler cmd the Pcmtomime Circus troupe take cx well-deserved bow S . I E T The jazz band of Chris Baxber was one of the star attractions during 1958-59. Coffee Concerts by the Kansas City Philharmonic provided many evenings of good music. Susan Russell flops to win the title in the Miss Emporia State Contest. Rhythmic Circle members whirl in their annual concert. Singing Bee For the fifth consecutive year, Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity won the men's division trophy at the annual Singing Bee. Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority won top honors in the women's division. This year's Singing Bee was the nineteenth annual competition sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha, men's honorary music fraternity. Additional trophies for first place in small group competition were given this year for the first time. Winners were Pi Kappa Sigma sorority quartet and a quartet from Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity. Dr. Robert M. Taylor, head of the music department, presented the trophies to the winners. Second place winners were Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority and Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Sharon Boyle, songleader, accepts the trophy for first place Alpha Sigma Alpha . 3 V? . . 'R y . . .-.S X xv ' at , . 57" rt 3. 5. :A gag is is his Sonqleacler Gary Iemigan accepts the trophy tor Alpha Kappa Lambda fbottoml. The AKL quartet sings its way into lirst place in the small gxoups. Sandra Hetrick, songleader, accepts the tro- phy fbelowb on behalf of the first place Pi Kappa Sigma Quartet Cabovel. Q ? A , Q dr by 9 ifiggfxiti A 'Q l gag? '2- F, 452-fc fx . ,- Y in v fi' M Q w as A s at ac .CW 2 -Q 'ai it Qt i 5 9 84 K Glenda Steward directs second-place Alpha Sigma Tau. Soloist David Heaberlin sings with second-place Tau Kappa Epsilon Penny Carnival The Penny Carnival is an annual campus event sponsored by the Student Council to raise money for the United Charity Fund. Each organization is asked to sponsor a booth. When the evening arrives, every booth imaginable has been built in the Student Union. These booths range from a penny toss to a marriage booth and to a jail. One of the annual events of the Penny Carnival is the "Mr. Legs" contest sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega honorary service fraternity. This year's can- didates were Cbelow, L to R7 Ierry Goodbar, Jerry Keltner, Lou Coppage, Don Iones, Darrell Blachly and Harry Roth. This year's man with the "best" legs is Lou Coppage. One booth provided many a student with their chance to throw baseballs at the facultyitleftb. However, to those who pre- ferred throwing sponges, the Pi Kappa Sigma Booth tbelowi offered the oppor- tunity. Mr. Legs, Lou Coppcrge. relaxes after de- feating all other candidates. The Penny Carnival offered mcmy lasks for the more sportive E-Stcxters. This penny drop was only one of many such chcxl- lenges. 4+-lm ,gf-vf' 1 ' Line of Dimes Inter-fraternity Council sponsored for the sec- ond year the Line of Dimes. Proceeds from this project join those made by the Penny Carnival in the United Fund. 'WW In connection with the Penny Carnival, the Don Wilhelm signs his name to his part. E-State fraternity men watch as the line of dimes heads for the sunken garden. A ,PY ' . , , P, .N mr M Q TV it P W slrt ffl if 'if' s 'rr' .123 90 Family Portrait Family Portrait, the Emporia State P1ayer's first production. portrayed the lite of Christ as seen through the eyes of his family. The plot of the story was based on the adage that a prophet is without honor in his own land. Directed by Dr. Karl Bruder this inspiring story showed excellent timing by playing during the Christmas Season. Laben of Damascus fRuy Wallace, left! arranges the marriage between his son CDavid Steml to Esther fCarol Shou the daughter of Ioseph tTed Morrisl. Appius Hadrian, cz Romcrn Official fSteve Sanders, leftb discusses the making oi crosses with Christ's two brothers Simon Uim Dewell, center? and Ioseph fTed Morris, rightb. Christ's orthodox brother, Iumes CDc1vid Mc- Crackenb, disagrees with his mother Mary tKaren Sprcxdlin, left? and his aunt Mary Cleophas tMctrie Bumsi. Something New The second production of the Emporia State Players was indeed some- thing new. For the first time instead of one four-act production, the Players presented two one-act plays and an opera. From the eerie "The Hitch-hiker" to the fazrcical "Why I Am A Bachelor" and to the lyrical "The Devil and Daniel Webster," "Something New" was something fine. Dan'l Webster, David Heaberlin, has collared Old Scratch, David Circle, and a happy ending is predicted. Frank Lygrisse takes the stand as the show-stopping laboratory assistant Witness For the Prosecution For the last production of the 1958-59 theatre season Director Charles Hill chose Agatha Christies' "Witness for the Prose- cution." In a replica setting of Old Bailey the characters of the courtroom mystery came alive. In the four-night presentation of the play there were four show-stoppers proving that the E-State Players had another in their series of hit productions. 94 if Pastels The Pastels, the college dance band, was organized and is sponsored by the music department. Under the leadership of Harald Taylor, the Pastels played for dances both on and off campus, as well as for convocations and other school activities. Membership in the band constitutes a working music scholarship at Emporia State. Auditions are held every September for musicians who would like a position with the band. Pictured below is the band in rehearsal for the lazz Concert. L to R: Bruce Thompson, Allan Hawkins, Bill Davis, Gib Anderson, Harald Taylor, and Larry Anderson. t Speech Awards Banquet Awards for outstanding work in dra- ma, debate, and radio are given at the annual Speech Banquet. Awards for the year 1958-59 in dramatics, presented by Dr. Karl Bruder, were Best Actor - - Andy Brown for WITNESS FOR THE PROSECU- TION, Best Actress -- Karen Spradlin for FAMILY PORTRAIT, Best Supporting Role -- Frank Lygrisse for WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION, and technical work -- Alex Wallace. Debate Awards presented by lim Trent were Bull-thrower - - Don Martin and Harold Lawson, and E-State Debater's Hall ot Fame - - Bob Dick, Kay Lindquist, Harold Lawson, and Don Martin. Presented by Tex Smiley the radio awards were Most Improved Announcer - - Dennis Mitchell, Best Broadcast Procedure - - Richard Milhon, and Meritorious Service in Radio - - Gene Schrader and Loren Otis. tPicturedJ L to R: Smiley, Schrader, Mitchell, Fred Miller for Loren Otis. 5.---7' nnlv""'Y"Q Board of Publications The Board of Student Publications of the three student publications -- the consist of six voting members, three from Sunflower, The Bulletin, and the Quivera the faculty and three from the student Literary Magazine. body. The Board oversees the functions Barbara Brinkman lim Van Lew Karen Wedel 1- MARY LOU BOWEN First Semester Editor Ierry Leibmcm. journalism advisor. glcmces through o textbook. ft, The Bulletin N 99 DON REICHARDT Second Semester Editor MYRON DRINKWATER Business Manager DON IONES Associate Editor Second Semester Staff LARRY REDENBAUGH DIANNA MCECHRON Editorial Assistant Society Editor 'T DONNA CHOICE RITA HOWELL News Editor Editorial Assistant WAYNE LOWERY Art and Music Editor 5 Xu F" milf' CHARLES MEADOWS Assistant Business Manager !O2 I 1. N VM' QR., Editor Ienelle Cowen must have found an error. UNK 74 RITA FARR Associate Editor The Sunflower - vx-, 1 ,.f. ,mmm DORIS HADLOCK IIM IOHNSON Student Editor Copy Editor DON REICHARDT HARRY ROTH Sports Editor Feature Editor oo o X for L.. 104 GEORGE CHARLSEN Art Editor Working at his desk in the Graphic Arts Department is the Sunflower advisor I. Warren Brinkman. 'if w',,,."'5'.IQ 5' cl""J-rv. . ,N Evan Lindquist Donna Bicknell Graphic Arts W-was 106 IUDY MILLER Negative Filing Secretary 3 E GARY MASON Director oi Photographic Services L Photographic HARALD TAYLOR NOEL KLEIN Photographer Photographer I CHARLES POUNDS Photography Laboratory Supervisor Services --....,...,,Q IIM NIRIDER WALLACE KAWANEE Photographer Film Processor LARRY SALISBUHY Photographer 1. I -N. .. W, xx xXxm 1 ..,,xf L X' 4 f.. xl C.. X3 ,L M ffffx, . x X- '- fax x, N ss s .X x XXI? XXX xx X .ff . ily, ' ,N ,L . F .,,k 1. K I wxipgx 3 A 'izggyi - Q 107 Print Shop 108 xv- Irving Le Clecxr Ccxrl I. Hofimcms Vernon Young Homer Bush Wi -wx -'Jvc Charles Brooks Q n0u !l'-'- 1 1 L. 'L 109 'W Governor George Docking presented the Master Teacher awards. Master Teacher Awards Guests go through the punch line dt the Master Teacher reception. -'1 112 Elections Elections are always exciting, but the spring election of 1959 was more exciting than usual. One of the most unique situations in the history of Emporia State Student Council elections occurred when Roger Green, USP candidate, and Forrest Newlin, PSP candidate, tied for the office of president. After several counts, representatives from both parties agreed with election officials that the vote was an absolute deadlock. A special meeting of the Student Council was called. The solution -- a re-election. VOTE POF? Candidates Newlin and Green shake hands before the race. WE A f,,,,, Q Q JR REF I guniov DROP F VW A V0T5 B3.1m.. Wg FOR U59 fv Q.gf,jZfC f A MAC QORGN gl JUUY 1 Q---ft ffvl. gl 1. if P X My i , u v A ,,H,,,..,..m-QQHQ S PK I I R T. Couples dance to the band at the Junior-Senior Prom f, Q A air swam M All school parties, such as the Iunior-Senior Prom, provide a welcome reprieve from studies for students. Such parties mean dancing and refresh- ments. """'7" DP- ' 7 ' FTW 115 116 SUN sf' LN At yet cmother dance a couple smile iheir opinion of the party. E-Stcte's own Cinderellas dance on despite the loss of their shoes m . Dances are not the only form of relaxation at E-State. But the favorile relaxation M oi all is found in the Union over a coke. 117 Miss Kay Utterback "Peggy Pedcrgogue 1958" I Miss Susan Russell "Miss Emporia State" AN S 122 Sandra Warner Homecoming Attendants Amelia Sanfiomcmi Sandra Hart Left: Kay Belfield Right: Marjorie Bulkley Judy Cross May Fling Queen Tina Vadcro Third place Ioy Testorff Marilyn Newion Ian Criss Marge Bulkley Murubeth Cheatum Phyllis Moore Iudy Lebbin May Fling Queen 0 Ioy Testorfi Second place Sue Wisdom Tina Ycxdco Iudy Lebbin Iudy Rule Mary Lou Mduderly IoHcmnah Linebcxrger Mona Schroff 123 Miss Barbara Stxee! 124 Miss Linda Hind Third Place Candidates For Miss Iudith Pedersen 'WWW ' figs? Miss Marilyn Gaines Miss Barbara Barkyomb Second Place Miss Emporia State 'Cf G' Miss Linda Wilson Miss Carolyn Schupp Miss Sheryl Chambers Miss ' Sharon Boyle Miss Mary Lou Conyers 125 V:-I f 6 x C 4 clgepanhwwtaf AA-, L 2 ' EJ-Q hw QQ Ei 1 5 5 1 i 1 3- 1 b ad X , lQ'T""'m 5 ' Yrs' Wa ' mm.wf" v Q! M - Q I 4 ,M ' 1 ' giifgifgfigi' .,,Q' RA X . i . ,Ma ' uf jf ll .. 9 . 'f 1 s 5 . "" igv - F -'. ' A 2 54' vig., .gn A. , lhkwou Nr. I X4 qi ,Q V' ' ,1 ' H , ' ' X 'gm Ark ff VP? . f 9 " Rf? .V Q' , ' K h 'V 'Y L . 1 X ' ,:xyg, sf 'Q f'g5.,'Qgsf:.Q "' 6 f A f ' ' ju: f?zgQvT4f4sg.wi' A--A3 A , , X, 4 x rs 2' W ' ' 9. . .wg W N 4- ,v, " ' 5Ef N' ' x?',h '.-- -5 ,fN"'1 , wigs.,-s.fM W im5, .,g,. gig. fQsi,,,,y,. Q L ' Evgix? V 'i 'Z' ,i -' 157 H 57: N 1' ' 2 1 egiwaaifkg " f f A gifs.. Q ' .f-eg SEATED, L to R: Sandra Hetrick, Esther VanderVelde, Patricia Wallace, Ruth O'Gorman, Lily Li, Gertrude Lemon. STANDING: Iohn Ice, Allen Peterson, Dean Riggs, Dr. Ralph Fritz, The Elsie Pine Library Club SEATED, L to R: Madelaine Shalabi, Maxine Haggerty, Agnes Watson, moud Shalabi, Bessie Gaiser, Lorene Wallin, Mildred Myers, Marjorie Robert Hampton, Narindar Aggeriva Williams, Irene Hansen, Carl Deal. l, Inez Cox. STANDING: Mah iwmtat l I I I I I I K I SEATED, L to R: Donna Stormont, Linda Weiszbrod, Iudy Miller, Delores Shaw, Reta Riggs, Esther Larsen, Ioretta Lindt, Karen Lett, Marilyn Blowey. SECOND ROW: Ieanette Robinson, Sandra Raeder, Carol Stolcup, Glenda Razor, Delores Ward, Linda Rezac, Gayla Gibb, Margaret Harbison, Doug Robinson, Mr. Richard R. Reicherter, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Wayne Stander, Iohn Vaughn, Dennis Whitney, Walter Scheidt, Fred Anderson, Louis Coppage, Iim Brittain, Ernie Trostle. F. B. L. A. SEATED, L to R: Rhonda Sidman, Clarendene Koegboehn, Ianice Stebbins, Ilene Sanders, Beverly Kobetich, Delores Patton, Margaret Schwindt. SECOND ROW: Mr. Victor C. Hiett, lim Muckenthaler, Bob Gaddert, Charles Hummert, lim Van Lew, Luanne Reiger, Alice De Witt, lack Edwards, Don Srajer, Dr. Raymond B. Russell. THIRD ROW: Kermit Palmer, lim Sanders, Donald Marhenke, Charles Wilson, Roger Winzeler, Larry Tice, Duane Shaft, Dave Farnsworth, Buddy Redman, Raymond Grieshaber, Larry Ward. 9 S' .IH fi 5 .4 An - ,,x.. ,l 1-u 1 in 11-at , zigzag- 4 Win.:-an 1 z..1.Lr: I vim I 1-..L:..:.1 FIRST ROW, L to R: Patti Wright, Dr. Miller, sponsor, Curt Dawson, Karen Dorsch, Ieannette Wallace, Pat Ringer, Kay McBurney. SECOND ROW: Gael Hammer, Catherine Aikens, Iudy Ienkinson, Ianet Moles, Iudy Schletzboum, Mary Halbert. Nancy Gilmore, Iudy French Club Spanish' Club FIRST ROW, L to R: Epifanio Gamero, Robert Asquini, Rosalie King, Scott Helwig, Mr, Riley Aiken, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Dr. Minnie Miller, sponsor, Ieannette Wallace, Lila Fildes, George Rundel, Sandra Hetrick, Delia Burchiield, Patsy Gugler. A ., 1 rv butt, M' Mlwggry ,Q -,112 'wi-2-.:z:r,1 ', 'mains' Q.. 3? Q X 'X FIRST ROW, L to R: Barbara Brinkman, Carolyn Manda, Naomi Erickson, Louise Erickson, Ann Bruning, Margaret Renner, Sandra Warner, Iudy Iasper. Ruth Scott Zimmerman. SECOND ROW: Miss Kathryn Whitten, sponsor, Amydell Rowan, Vivian Long Herrmann, Mrs, Margaret Parkman, sponsor, Carol Miser Bruce, Ann Merritt, Esther Schreck, Louetta DuBois, Mrs. Marian Wilson, sponsor, Mary Lou Iones, Myrna Henningson. Home Economics Club FIRST ROW, L to R: Royce Baxter, Elireda Flemming, Garda Torrence, Pauline Browning, Dorothy Schweizer, Nancy Mustoe, Mary Gangel, Signie Iohnson, Barbara Sullivan. SECOND ROW: Betty Webster, Sharon Domann, Carlotta Booek, Ioyce Conyers, Carlene McFadden, Ianet Oyler, Judy Martin, Kay Belfield, Karla Kirk, lanie Evans, Florence Rial, Grace Wolford, Kay Bodge. V .1 B06 I i..s.. Men's Physical Education Club The Men's Physical Education Club sold programs at all basketball and football games and provided the half-time entertainment at the last home basketball game. During the year they had several guest speakers, includ- ing Coach Brown of Washburn University. In the spring members of the club made a gym- nastic tour of several high schools in the state. Officers QL to Rl Gary Christensen, Ierome Brown, Ray Terrell, and lack Kelly discuss plans. SEATED, L to R: Dennis Irwin, Gary Christensen, Ierome Brown, Ray Terrell, lack Kelly, Scott Irwin. Robert McKenzie, Al Newman, Earl Kassen. STANDING: W. D. Barnes, Roger Coltrin, Glen Lojka, Martin Kavanaugh, I. D. Salinger, Phil Wolfe, Neil Auerbach, Francis Arnett. Wayne Stander, Iames Milne. Hugo Furqo, Leonard Friesen, FIRST ROW, L to Fl: ludy Wills, Miriam Erdtmann, Ianet Walsh, Paula lvey, Marie Ann Burns, Donna Minnis, Dianna Mack, Norma Monninger Dody. SECOND ROW: Kaye Kallail, Glenda Steward, Margaret Gaeddert, Karen Alexander, Donna Benner, Delores Schmidt, Pat Sanstra, Miriam Rogers, Dee Wagner, Miss Rosamond Hirschorn, director. Treble Clef Ouivera Club FIRST ROW, L to R: Patti Wright, Marvin Wayne Lowery, Ruth O'Gorman, Genny Cramer, Doris Hadlock. SECOND ROW: Gary McMillan, Mr. Norman Harris, sponsor, Dr. Green D. Wyriclc, sponsor, Carter Cramer, lim IOTXHSOH, MI. ROY KOCYL SpOr1SOr. CVT? L., L, '- 7- 'S Ez FIRST ROW, L to R: Delbert Marshall, Ioan Dirksen, Ellen Boock, Ieanette Purcell, Ron Rinker, Dr. S. W, Cram, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Dr. W. Cloud, sponsor, Iim Wing, Stuart Cram, Norman Harold, Dr. A. Ericson, sponsor, Phil Seibold. THIRD ROW: Iohn Crum, Terry Purcell, Clarence Warner, Gene Manahan, Larry Bradford, Glenn Gimpel, Max Larsen. Science Club The officers of the Science Club are Dr. W. Cloud, sponsor: Delbert Marshall. treasurer: Clarence Warner. vice-president: Gene Monahan, president: Jeannette Purcell, secretary: Dr. A. Ericson, sponsor lbelow, L to RJ. an F' 94 -ve' 1 K Rhythmic Circle FIRST ROW, L to R: Donncx Sue Nova Gradac. SECOND Vicki White, Sandro Hansen. Neal Huienslein, Karla Kirk. 451' I 1 .Q ,f r. lf'-' -H' iiigfgg ex 4 'v w Q f lm-W-9 .W Q I -A 'H wg, 6 ,v 1 , S' 9 ' 1 " Ralf' 953 Lf V .1 Y K5 3 A 1 if if, , A X I ff ME 1 M r 1 -Q wwf ,W 2 ,4 .risen vu- 2 If 'Ann a vg l DK'5'-'A .L VAHE KLIEAX 3 'i"1g.tu?'A- ' . 14 3 W 142 Splash Club KNEELING: Eleanor Barnes, Miss Kathleen Fox, sponsor, Vicki Beck, Patsy Martin. Kathryn Boys, Dee Burchiield. SITTING: Ida Muschick, Lee Burgess, Ianet Minnis, Gloria Austen, Carol Curtiss. IN WATER: Kathy Meyers, Alice Rundell, Icmet Barton, Ian Winterstein, Nancy Kastor, Laura Randels. Womenis Recreational Association Archery is just one of the many intramural sports supervised by WBA. SEATED, L to R: Miss Ieanne Galley, sponsor, Eleanor Barnes, Phyllis Moore, Virginia Enos, Ianis Viar, Sharon Rhoades, Laura Randels, Vicki Beck. STANDING: Gwyndotta Warkentin, Linda Sue Smith, Pat Amsrud, Carol Smith, Carolyn Iohnson. Kathy Myers, Miss Edna McCullough, sponsor. HOWQ 'Fu' qv' SEATED, L to R: Larry Becker, Glen Sharp, Iohn Welch. STANDING: Norman Powers, Iames Milne, Ron Olson, Richard Price, Roger McFillan, Ed Gardner, Angus McFarland, Roger Pulley. Alpha Phi Omega Epsilon Pi Tau Honorary Industrial Arts Fraternity FIRST ROW, L to R: Norman Thompson, Rex Ford. Wayne Rice. Iames Anderson, Arland Grover, Daniel Day, Kenneth Lenke. SECOND ROW: Gene Haune, Everett Harden. Dale Hogan, Kenneth Perry, E. L. Barnhart, Glenn Atherly, Iohn Lockey, George Irey. THIRD ROW: Arnold Windsor, Richard Dawdy, Gerald Shogren, Elmer Ott, Menno Stucky, Darrell Zimmerman. Delton Iohnson, I. B. Morgan. FOURTH ROW: N. R. Ashbaugh, Iohn Merrifield, Edward Stehno, Richard Schmidt, Phares Bross, Earl Allender, Donald Domann. FIFTH ROW: Donald Varner, Harold Tilton. Orville Dodson, Lyle Schroeder, Donald Blythe, Fredrick Starkey, Iimmie Gladden, Iames Weinmann. Alpha Theta Rho Honorary Art Fraternity Activities of Alpha Theta Rho included a Christmas party with a definite theme and entertainment by first semester pledges, an art exhibit by members in Ianuary, and a spring picnic with entertainment by second semester pledges. The purpose of Alpha Theta Rho is to create interest in art production in addition to class work. FIRST ROW. SEATED, L to R: Marilyn Eaton. Donna Bicknell Iackte Sell Deanna Wagaman SECOND ROW SEATED Shirley Smith Mary Lou Dettmer, Charles Burton, Paul Eck. STANDING: Sam Ramirez George Charlsen Noel Klein William Allen Glen Hildebrand Norman Lowe, Cecil Howard. 1 - 'N.ri.nff-aug -N menu. 1-mai Beta Beta Beta Honorary Biology Fraternity FIRST ROW, L to R: Stanley Roth, Clyde Goulden, Phillis Wright. Bill Kimble, Bob Zuvanich. SECOND ROW: Dr. Gilbert Leisman, Con White, Dave Iones, Darrel Murray, THIRD ROW: Lorraine Denton, Susan Griffith, Iudith Schletzbaum, Bill Davis. FOURTH ROW: Sheryl Chambers, Iudith Agrelius, Claradene Koegeboehn. Douglas Dwelle. FIFTH ROW: Dr. David Parmelee, Dr. Ioseph Novak, Phyllis Kingsbury, Dottie Dodd. SIXTH ROW: Carl Prophet. Robert Clarke, Richard Williams, Dr. Earl Segal, Myron Schwinn. SEVENTH ROW: Marc Riedel, Vernon Harmes. EIGHTH ROW: Richard Schmidt, Duane Weiszbrod, Carl Lehman, Dr. Iohn Breukelman. NINTH ROW: Edward Gallagher, George Ratzlaff, Leland Unruh, Dr. Ted Andrews. advisor. .iiE Two birdwatchers watch the camera. 147 39, S f W 1 if K ' .2 , F X.-Q J FIRST BOW, L tO H2 Bill SCCIIGS. DODHCI Benner, CGIOI THOMPSON. lanice Holsworth Sandborn, Ruth Ann Lady, Ianice Withington, Mrs. Billy Shumate, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Glenda Legg, Peggy Ann Wright, Sue Griffith, Patricia Hotline, Dwain Wallace, David Allison. Harold Bohm, Leland Gassert, Charles Lindahl. THIRD ROW: Karen Shaw, Donna Franklin, Iudy Welton, Margaret Boeqrin, Delores Iones, Maryls Atteberry. Kappa Delta Pi Honorary Education Fmremny La m b d a D a La m b d a Honorary Science Fraternity SEATED, L to R: Dr. S. W. Cram, Richard Yoder, lim Wing. Diane Pruitt, Karen Shaw, Lorraine Basham, Clarence Warner, Derold Lina. Dr. W. Cloud. SECOND ROW: Marietta Winters, Gene Manahan, Carl Lehman, Dean Weimer, Leon Crawford, Iohn Metzdori, Stuart Cram, Dennis Matheson, Brice Hobrock, Norman Harold. THIRD ROW: Ieanette Purcell, Richard Means, Delbert Marshall, Bill Davis. Kelvin Casebeer, Allen Kirk, Elvy Hopkins, Ierry Parker, Carolyn Manda. ...ik A freshman girl waits as the K-Club court decides her punishment. K-Club SEATED, L to R: Don Walburn, lim Nickles, Bob Oden, Lee Beran, Hon Romano, Andy Kirmer, Charley Gowdy, Gary Stotts. FIRST ROW Ron Slaymaker, lim Walker, Ron Rinker, Ierry Keltner, Autrey Calloway, Linda Lopez, Charles Baumgarmer, Ken Mcrecla, Tom Shizuru SECOND ROW: Larry Bradford, Gram Walkup, Frank Specht. Darrell Blachley, Iim Fraley, Iim Smith, Dick Hall, Ernie Raugewitz Dennis Matheson, Ray Beep. Q L al flu 'L 'N' .42 1 5 3 M Quay: FIRST ROW, L to R: Iim Wing, Marietta Winters, Nancy Page, Lora Eustace, Elaine Young, Kay Lewis. SECOND ROW: Clarence Warner, Brice I-Iobrock, Carl Roberts, Howard Happ, Derald Lind, Neil Yoder. THIRD ROW: Howard Youna, Richard Wright, Allen Kirk, Ierry Parker, Robert Steely. Kappa Mu Epsilon Honorary Mathematics Fraternity FIRST ROW, L to R: Vernon Sheffield, George Downing, Gerald Norwood, Karen Shaw, Dave Allison, Iohn Couch. SECOND ROW: Oscar Peterson. Patricia Burns, Gene Manahan, Iohn Burger, Ellen Morgan, Charles Tucker. THIRD ROW: Harold Bohm, Curtis Maxwell, Kelvin Casebeer, Merlin Strahm, Young Iune Moon, Carl Henry. 7 'Qt is W 10-vo SEATED, L to R: Karen Wedel, Rhonda Iohnston, Karen Shaw. Lennis Plattner, Peggy Riley. STANDING: Karen Browning, Kay Lind- quist, Sue Griffith, Myrna Winters, Sandra Aebi. Zoe Ann Cole, Lorraine Denton, Sandra Warner. Cmega Honorary Literary Society SEATED, L to R: Carol Thompson, Delores Iones. Pat Burns, Ilene Sanders, Miss Ada Hodgson, sponsor. STANDING: Rita Howell, Karen Becker, Ienelle Cowen, Barbara Brinkman, Penny Coyne. 'Y C7 f vw V HU' fm W' gf-sf . fa 1.141 - ' ru.m...i:.-W-we :ver in rr' Z. l wwf 'M Qsawmr 7- ,mm S W Q, s. Q 5' K -I f K,,,,L I ' r 'EQ xi L A yr 2 E Sp X P KK wr FIRST ROW, L to R: Norma Dody, Iudy Ienkinson, Nancy Hightower, Pat Branson, Karen Elland. SECOND ROW: Alice Moege, Beverly Neavitt, Iudy Wright, Marlene Nicholas, Deanna Wittman, Kay Worcester. Sigma Alpha Iota Honorary Music Fraternity G a m m a M U Honorary Social Science Fraternity StLA'1't2U, L to n: nm Scales, Marvm tlwy, Harry Heed, Ienell.. Cowen, Ilene Sanders, Carol Thompson, Phyllis Kingsbury, LaMoyne Iohnson. FIRST ROW: Roy Durham, Ed Calkins, Iohn Zimmerman, sponsor: Edward Gallagher, Robert Wibking, Harold Sare, William Seiler, Tony Dyer, Robert Murdock. SECOND ROW: Gerald Hollembeak, Jerome Brown, Bob Gaddert, Charles Schroeder, Charles Lindahl, Clinton Lacoclc, Bill Ireland. Ywrrmx , i er FIRST ROW, L to R: Larry Carpenter, Sandra Rader. Delores Patton. Sandra Harrison, Margaret Schwindt. Ada Craig. SECQIID ROW: Iohn Graham. Bob Burns, Iohn Small, Roger Winzeler. Wayne Stander. THIRD ROW: Donald Fugn, Lee Gassert, Bert Thompson, lim Van Lew, Rhonda Sidman, Delberta Coulter, Louise Hudson. Pi Cmega Pi Honorary Business Fraternity FIRST ROW L to R- Stanley Mick Ioy Testorff Linda Hind, Sheryl Stevenson, Kitten McCourt, Pat Burns, Marilyn Duilord, Clarendene Koegeboehn: Lois Hudson. SECOND ROW: Mn Richard heachenef, Glen Berry, Iim Beard, Make waters, Harold woignst, John Vaughn, Keith Gaddert, Ron Seager, Miss Adelaide Kauser. THIRD ROW: Mary Lou Mauderly, Mary Simmons, Anita Pitka. Shirley Karsten, Mary Hedrick, Marguerite Frisch. Pat Allison. Esther Larson, Beverly Kobetich, Donna Davidson. i E 1 Smiling over the fruits ol victory are suc- cessful members of Pi Kappa Delta. Pi Kappa Delta Honorary Debate Fraternity SEATED, L to R: Virginia Bunday, Delores Iones, Rita Howell, Zoe Anne Cole, Suzanne Butterfield, Kay Lindquist, Iudy Duncan. STAND ING: Don Mamn. Larry Borger, Gary Sherrer, Ienelle Cowen, Iudy Miller, Karen Wedel, Bill Fenton. Harold Lawson, Mr. lim Trent sponsor. Kp' in-if f aa D432 156 I . -1 DINA IO YBCHEILE Dollu Zila praalaepl vice-president Pmxhlllsnlc Colmcll WPI: Club aeclelaryllleaaalal Alpha Bona WRX Board DON OISON Whdn Who Tau nvw Evlllvh president Young llnpublmam Club secretary vlca-prealdeal plaalaaal Unllod slaeapu Pany Chau-mlm U JERRY KELTNEH Shldanl Colmcll Alpha Kappa Lambda Who'l who K'CIub ROGER EICKHOYF slaaapl Council lredsurer vice-plaalaepl pfaslapal slaaapl lmbllpallaa. span-1 Yallpq llapapllaaaa local treasurer Slule lfeusulsl vlnmu wha Pl Kappa ualla I K l.AllllY Bscxsll Slqma Pnl Epullon Alpha Plll om..-,a DELORES IONES, Pfaslaeal SNEA vice-praalaapl UBGSLIYSY slaaml caaapll lredslllel sapllpmafa clan vlaa-mllaaal omaaa ulafafy saalaly secretary Kappa Dalla Pl Pl Kappa Dana secretary-treasurer saalaly for naaaaalllap aI Scholanhlp Who! wha PATRICIA BURNS, Vlce-Pres, Sigma slqma sigma viceapresidenl aanespaadlaq peprelary Kappa Mu rppllap Pl Omega Pl Omega Llloraxy Soclely president lredsurer Who'l wha Panhallenlc Councll saaleey lor llafagl-llllan ol SchoIa11hIP Sophomore Clan Socnlary- Treclurvr Sullor Clan Secrelary-Traalurer na .au GLENDA STEWARD, 'naaalaal Alplla slqlaa Tau president vlcefpresldenl Omoqa Lllnary saalaly secrelary Sodely lor llacaaalllaa ol sallalanlllv slama Alpha Iota vicepresldenl wha. who Papllallaala caaaall Tnblc Clul Club xludenl direclor ROBERT BURNS, Secrelcly Phl SWING EPLIIM: secretary lam-nalprally caaapll Unltod Sludsnl Party Chairman Whcfi Whc Pl Omoilu Pl vice-presidenl ml: clap vlpe-plealdanl pfpsldpnl lunlor Clan Pmlaapl saplal Cluu Prelldenl HM SHERBON Pnl Mu Alpha llecrelary president Slqma Plll Elnllap Bcmd vice-plesldenl board member sludenl difeclol' is PAULA MILLER Alplla Slqma raa lxaaaurer W1m'l Whc saalaq for npaaqplllaa ol SchoIurlhlP Omoqu Lllnary Saclaly lleaaarer Kappa Mu Eplllaa vice-president Math Club presldenl I'r2Nz:l.l.l: cowsu Omega ulafafy saalaly historian Pl Gamma Mu Pl Kappa nalla aparelaly-llaaparar nallalla I society adllal suallapm Clssisldni editor edilor Pl Kappa slalaa corresponding editor corresponding saaelaly recording seplalaly Xi Phi Honorary Leadership Fraternity Xi Phi is a local honorary fraternity designed as an organization for the leaders on the Emporia State campus. Membership is limited to twenty-four to honor the original founding group. As an organiza- tion, Xi Phi takes an active part in campus affairs. The Miss Emporia State Contest was placed under the sponsorship of Xi Phi this year for the first time. The organization planned the contest, pro- gram, and banquet. Later in the year, Xi Phi spon- sored the annual Anniversary Ball, and Miss Emporia State, Susan Russell, and the candidates were honor- ed at the dance. Truman R. Hayes. sponsor Rhonda Myron Iohnston Drtnkwater Kay Utterback Forrest Robinson Newlin Barbara Connie Brinkman Foelgner 157 NvM,,f,t, F' A The officers plan for the coun- ci1's activities. Interfaith Council FIRST ROW, L to R: Genny Cremer, Penny Coyne, Iudy Mott. Vicky Horney, Judy Welton, Karen Becker. SECOND ROW: Elba Iavier, Carlotta Bobeck, Evelyn LeGore, Ethel Pratt, Peggy Lunch, Evelyn Ham, Marie Emerson, Loretta Sherrod. THIRD ROW: lack Smith, Sondra Shepherd, Lamont Godsey, Dr. Darrell Wood, Gordon Risk, Carl Lehman, Gary Richards, Clarence Warner, Marie Meyer, Skipper Keith. 1 f 1 av' V' S+ L to R: Dr. Karl Bruder, sponsor, Father Donald Kreymer, sponsor, Victor bzelepinski, Donna Bicknell, Mon rxaxlon. Canterbury Club XX ll d R P , Elfreda Fleming, Harold Merrifield, Clara Chambers. Shirley L to R: Florence Roberts, Marie Emerson, Wayne Stan er, ose asqua Wilson, Richard Viqola, Loretta Sherrod, Dr. Robert Mardock, sponsor, Terry Mears, -F? fi? CQ? . + S L 5 ggg E N i 5 X T T Q , . b W A a Q 5 "" .. .. 2 -mf I ' h 1 ,M x X X Qi y i E.. ,. .:-,, V X' Y s . 1 " M 5- , -... a M sr", ' if ' f xi +1 h, 9 S, 'e 1 X - my ' ' 1, , M, "hifi L ' swf? -'1:' U - Q 1 sl I ., 35 43 if ,ng ' ff . K ,QQ may mr- 5 5 . - Q1 mr' 'rar ai' Wesley Foundation FRONT ROW, L to R: Gary Condra, Clayton Keller. Glen Gish, Dean Dellinger, Mary Lou Mauderly, Kay Wilson, Lila Harris, Shirley Wilson, Iulia lean Tucker, director, Gail Motiit. CENTER ROW: Howard Happ, Ada Ruth Craig, Roy Zoellner, Leon Crawford, Dick Yoder, Robert Benortham, Iudy Wright, Martha Smith, Pat Hoifine. Iim Chubb, Gary McMillan, Linda Hayes, Verle Harrison. BACK ROW: Mary Helen Ingerson, Norman Powers, Mildred Caldwell, Karen Erbes, Ieanne Appleby, Donna Stormont, Reta Riggs, Donita Gisick, Ieannette Robinson, Ann Bruning, Donna Trolinger, Susan Moss, Nancy Dannevik, Ianet Beckner, Barbara Vancuren, Patricia Guqler. .fe -D wr T' 6 I mid Eva Williamson Boys' Dormitory One of the newest additions to the social units of Emporia State is the recently corn- pleted Boys' Dormitory. As yet the dorm has not begun to function, but with the coming of the fall term, it will take its rightful place. Q if' s 4, 3 Www 15 Sm aiu itll, SEATED, L to R: Nora Urakawa, Elaine Kato, Ellen Suenaga, Ronald Ogata, Tina Yadao, Kathleen Yamamoto, Marianne Zaima. SEC- OND ROW: Gary Mason. sponsor: Bob Kakuqawa. Peter Ishihara, Stanley Dela Cruz, Bill Bayne, Kenneth Thomas, Thomas Shizuru. Gerald Yokono, Francis Nomura, Donald Fujii. THIRD ROW: Benjamin Ohta, Stan Shimabukuro, Francis Kishimoto, Eleanor Makino, Irene Oshiro, Irene Uyeno, Rosalinda Bello. Roy Nakamura, Earl Tanimoto. Hui O' Hawaii ,I 'i' ! si 'Y if ,,,, , Q' 1 X I.: XY I3 rfb' iie 'iid Officers of Hui O' Hawaii plan for the year. Panhellenic Council Panhellenic Council is the governing body for the five sororities on campus. During the past year, the council has directed two successful rush programs under the guidance of Dean Ruth Schillinger and Dr. Iune Morgan. Each year the council awards a trophy to the sorority ranking highest in scholastic achievement. With the Inter-fraternity Council, Panhellenic sponsored a picnic for Greeks at the beginning of the year, an All-Greek dance and a foreign students dinner. The council also takes part in many worthwhile projects on campus. SEATED, L to R: lanie Evans, Delta Zeta: Priscilla Balch, Sigma Sigma Siqmlili DI: lt-me MOIQCXIL sponsor: Amelia San Romani, Alpha Sigma Tau: Marjorie Bulkley. Alpha Sigma Alpha: Pauline Browning, Pi Kappa Sigma. STANDING: Iudy Rule, Alpha Sigma Tau: Sue Spears, Sigma Sigma Sigma: Dina Io Zscheile. Delta Zeta:' Glenda Steward, Alpha Sigma Tau: Nancy DeKeyser, Delta Zeta: Ioyce Con- yers, Alpha Sigma Alpha: Lorraine Denton, Pi Kappa Sigma: Edith Hunter. P1 KUPPG Sigmfli Barbara Brinkman, Sigma Sigma Sigma: lanice Nance, Alpha Sigma Alpha. ll ln' l 4. Xt. A Interfraternity Council Greeks cut capers at the All-Greek Dance sponsored by the Interfraternity f and the Panhellenic Councils. SEATED, L to R: Ken Eaton. Melvin Anderson, sponsor, Tom Fincken. STANDING: Ierry Mullinex, Gary Richards, Iohn Harter, Dale Tipton, V. T. Trusler, sponsor, Iim Muckenthaler, lim Anderson, Roger Green. 167 a ..-':' The Alpha Sigma Alpha sororiiy house and ,. P housemother Isabelle Walker. If W. H .5 ehh h 5 Q I aio QQ - '1 . 'P .,.:Q,,. ,.l . h x ,.: 5B2ll.ulLi lf 5' .XXI Yg k' 1 The Pi Kappa Sigma sorority house and housemoiher Melissa Kelly. A 1 ,fi ,M g - all q iz-A3 X Wm Lu . A V krry rl an nv fm -rsfme.,m:lf:rrg::,-1. M- -' -JM--2-1iwf:Fw:FJr'Q.r 1 fW, .4' gf F . ' ssfsfz::,m,.f:e The Delta Zeta sorority house and house- ' U ff 1 mother Florence Yearout. T - V. ,M ,,, , 1 fffffi Q:-if LQ The Alpha Sigma Tau sorority house and ' housemother Edna Loomis. " in Y .,.7,., Ja. f-X1':.-.ffe3,'zv:.::f'::w--- :swam , . 'J "l ' -f ,-'-' '-511-'iiiiff-1"E1f1fs5r 24.- 70-m The Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority house and housemother Alice Sullivan. r- ,.,.-, I 1 Sl The Alpha Kappa Lambda ixatemity house and housemother Doris Freeman. :" -ax Q15 The Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity house and housemother Elouise Pearson. l sn ,T u A3 The Phi Sigma Epsilon iratemity house and housemother Gladys Gilbert. The Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house and housemother Vivian Rec. ' Q5 . ik. L , T 9 ' iw' ml +. The Tau Kappa Epsilon house and housemolher Florence Lesh. Alpha Kappa Lambda AKL's and their dates play cards at an informal party tabovel. Boxes, South Sea natives and barbershop quartet fugitives dance at the annual "Go-to-Hell With AKL" party. Alpha Kappa Lambda began the school year by finishing their new house. Under the leadership of Carl Roberts, AKL members, as well as rushees, worked two weeks laying eleven thousand tile and painting all walls, desks and fixtures. The job was completed one day before the beginning of the school year. Dedication of the new house was on October 26. At the ceremony several speakers were present including Dr. Iohn E. King and Dr. Ted F. Andrews. 172 fi! Instead of having the usual informals, AKL sponsored numerous dancing parties after varsity games on weekends. The first pledge formal was February 22 with the theme "Southern Rebel." The annual chi1dren's party was a part of the AKL Christmas season. Each member brought a child between the ages of 4a to 7 and bought him a gift. Don Wilhelm Eugene Leiss Don Srajer Charles Lindahl Iim Metzdorf K' si Clarence Warner David Allison LaVerne Shroeder Loren Long Brice Hobrock Donald Harte: Iohn Frey Merlin Strahm Ronald Haxton Q. E' 'ri , P . 3 45 , 3 zr, p RQ ' . X y ,. 'sun-ff M 4 D 'f - 1 E by , 4 If Ax! in K xllhil mx Eddie Van Hom Dick McCall Ierry Keltner Eddie Sanders Garry Leiss Qui. fs WIS' V . , A . . X .... ?' in .lik as Al Konarik Gary Richards Dave Wiens Kelvin Casebeer Iack Edwards by li 1 W ' if ac: .1 if P a XY , A"a?" DE i W. Larry Tranbarger Carl Roberts Iohn Harter Allen Kirk Harold Kaiser S. 1 fx sri busy sf Q... du.-.s.. .X V: n an g ,Q X. 173 gs Q29 Alpha Sigma Alpha Fall Rush Week was very successful for the Alpha Sigs. With the theme "Cinderella Tonight - Iail House Rock Tomorrow" they pledged eighteen girls. At Homecoming, the Alpha Sigs displayed "l'll Cry Tomorrow" for their decoration and carried out their annual sales of Homecoming Mums. The pledge class gave an informal Spanish Party, where every- one dressed in costume. The Annual Snowball Formal in December was completely carried out in black and white including the dress of girls and dates. Second semester rush added nine girls to membership in Alpha Sigma Alpha and featur- ed "ASA on Broadway" as rush theme. The Alpha Sigs have been working this year on a new national project, that of sup- porting and aiding in different ways the men- tally retarded child. This has been done by working with the mentally retarded at Parsons. aww-M, www, Alpha Sigma Alpha girls wave goodbye to rushees during rush week. fi . , if 5 y A Q it sg I l "3 ' 4 Q if WE. , 44. M K 'gui kr Magix in 4 :Alfa 'ye ,T 'W' fi 'A X. f jfs X Q - .4.17Gfg!"f LX I-' '1' . V5 ,IA . N a tt 3 K S H I' l 1 g y. I x:..:ttA'.x, -- -ff ' 'Z' 'pf ,. K- ,ig 3 sig lx Jgsi ff :ff ffl? 'Pi Iiffi .nf T.. Norma Huston Linda Cunningham lane Carpenter Rhonda Sutton Nancy Livingston Connie Miller .-M l 'W it 'ei' Barbara Giltin 5' Marjorie Bullrley Sharon Boyle ' K. Ioyce Conyers Marabeth Cheatum Glenda Razor , 5' .. A K ff: 1 S S 5' .1 . of A Q' -is , ., Abt 'K 5? it 1:- -x Ja. S 'K' f ya: in sur Etta Mae Rempel Marilyn Santee Mary Lou Conyer lan Flair lanice Nance Polly Pierson 6' 'C' W-lr oy aw -T' S' 'vu A , we " A Susan Crow A Q Helen Dawson l 6' Doris lean Drehle F hh K Q i g w. fi . 4? L , A fr Wx. 1 '51, L y we S ,S275 ' S 'B in I iftkgshri K 7 .fag fi ibfu 5 It f 1 X K 5? 5. Q 8: H f-- S .S ' f, -f - 0 'yi Ci loanne Huggins lane Miser S, Q lane Miller , is if W' Sharon Killian x " if Karla Kirk -f -Q ' Sondra Shepherd lj... , Sarah Stout K Adrian Schwitzer v - X Cheryl Iarneson ' el f -.M Kaye lohnson S Sue Keyes '59 V N , Q 4' Kay Kowalski ,- . f ' we lanette Rutter 'lm vu A L. Ianis Viar A X f Karen York S, X A gh Loretta Ehlers 'KU' ' -H' leanette Ferrell .55 3 GPH, J Connie Foelgner ludy Fenton Betty Lantz 175 Al p h a S I g m a u Even jailbirds enjoy refreshments at the AT Alcatraz party. Alpha Sigma Tau took first place in Home- coming house decorations by using the theme "Sweet Smell of Success." Social events for the sorority included an informal house party first semester, "alcatraz," and the second semester, 'Tirebug Party" brought out all the Alpha Tau firebugs. The Spring formal was April 18. l I Nil Participating in the annual Y-Sing, Alpha ll Sigma Tau placed second in the large group M competition. Other activities included the All- M1114 Greek Picnic and Dance, group church at- Una. tendance, and Parent's Day. I fl IJ The pledges cleaned the City of Emporia ll 'QW Museum and made tray favors for the hospitals ' of Emporia. l A - l s, ff e il 'Ulm l t ff, if .. 1 K ff ' LM. 3 .N pw. v ,J 061 IVJ' 'V' r--A "Time for a picnic" was the cry. and here are the Alpha Tau's answering the call. Mary Iahnson Mary Ann Lutz Sonja Shaffer Io Hannah Linebarger lanet Walsh Dianna McEchron ., N ,, 53- M539-v 'Q L: ia 151 'Eff r 1 , ' f . L Carolyn lchnson .55 Keren Becker fy. if-M Pat Amsrud 'SC A Amelia San Romani lf'-' N ' Ilene Sanders ' Mary Lou Dettmer x,, .h Glenda Steward ,N gt. Ian Winterstein Roberta Spurgeon x C ' Deanna Morey X ' 'Qs' Iudy Rule Q.-jaw ,, Q- C S , Danna Benner 'K 'I fi Shirley Knouh A , lrrrly Pederson "' E 5: 7-A X Gertrude lcrroclre , lvlyrrrfr Seidel I W 4 Delores sclrrrrldl 1 YS' , 15- K Sandra Carmichael if I K 23 sz M -cr fa nw 9 25-'B A an A IL,- , . , . X , X "" 'cr -sf y rr . L. A K ,M . 'f 4' if " L "W v 'l K . I A G se B in - -:A 2. vw if K A.. ly- N I r "" Y' 1:5 'U l E r t Nw A Donna Minnis , - Mona Schroli 5: " lackie Sell 1-A 4. A R, K Linda Smith xx 3 -Q-'V lanet Minnis ' 4:7 ,K Bonnie Iones "fr ""' A 5 L K if Marie Burns gg S lrrdy Walker 'JI' 'Y A! ' Barbara Barkyomk A g -.- Bette Bichet 'K' 'QS Kay Beliield you 9 W Penny Coyne ""f Ianet Hill 6-I :J 'R Q. 'Ji xml. Tw' In 'ff ar A A ,. 'A Sl LS-'NX A.. V7 of L AL rx ludy Nickel Barbara Murray ludy Schmelzer Donna McKanna f. Sherry Wright Connie Sawyer K,-'N' f Ianet Ulmer Paula Miller Ian Zerener ,Y S: ludy Diller - 'g,: Iudy Money Tamara Dawe .ws xii Q -f fr- any , i :- K xx " .XV '35 ,. T? ff ...ex r S ee, yr Q i- , K ox WK A . is I A Donna Blue Q t.llv'jgg,K :IK Carol Brant Ian Cassidy ' 'L Dottie Dodd C '99 Linda Hind K Rita Howell r 57, 5- if ik", 4' A tl-e A 4 hr gt. it- ' l r.. ff.. I 177 Rushees rest and receive refreshments at the Delta Zeta house. ti "Kiddie daze" are here again -- at least that's how it looks at a DZ Kiddie Party. 'ma 173 ,gm 'Hula Delta Zeta Using the theme "Deltas in Zeta Land" the Delta Pi Chapter of Delta Zeta pledged twenty-six girls. All sixty members worked hard on the homecoming decorations planned around the movie title "Sweet Smell of Success." Many alumnae returned during Homecoming weekend to attend open house, meet the girls and enjoy a buffet dinner. "Silver Bells" greeted all the actives at the winter pledge formal held in the Colonial Ballroom in December. The Alumnae and their children were guests at the annual Christmas Party at the chapter house. "So Dear to my Heart" started off second semester rushing, and the Delta Zetas added six names to their roll. Everyone enjoyed the bubble gum and kiddie games at the "Kiddie Party" in February. Many members traveled to Ft. Hays State Col- lege to attend the Kansas State Delta Zeta State Day. The annual "Delta Diamond" in May cli- maxed the Delta Zeta's year. is Lynn Shoemake Linda Thomas . ' U' f' Nancy McFarland K K Ann Davis I K - it Linda Henkle K 4 ' 33' , 'R ls' 1 K Mildred Moeder 1- X I , . ,si- Pat Murray K vw fr Delores Ann Merritt f . V 3 I, L , K L. ,, L A is Ianlce Kostner ,. F H f Deanna Waguman - frk .r r'L ' V I ,,.,, Iudikh Adams K E' 5' - Q, ' Q 5 'A Myrna Iones :LQ VK.. kv ' Nb Lucille Westbrook QT' D ' K 'sv QQ?-"K sem smskopf - K K i Q n 'L L 1- M - K ,. Donna Davis , Ianet Stormont Q X. - 4':': -vs gg in Paula Stuckey il 6' Z 4: " ' 4 ,K Iudy Welton Q 5 K VJ f-,l is Marilyn Weaver KK K,'v YK, Dee Wagner Q 1 ' -,Lk "5-, iv' L .LL L D L K. 8 L 1 l L+ ' Donna Stormont ' A .- Donna Waller 1 ,,,x, Q- ff 9- ' iarolyri: Eussell 3. X bu ' I ES ' E X, Kginliallail 50' 'K' .1 5 V Donna Feese Y 'Civ ,M N 1 . 1' x L A A ' Pai Davis gg rf fi lanice Criss f S 'al N Carol Sue Curtiss gs D L- , ' V , .4 Loretta lohnson f ' W ' ' K K """ Colleen Vistubcl 3' K 'gr 2 i, Judy wins X ,,,..ff j , K . l....4l. L H X Nancy DeKeyser fx ,K Phyllis Dyer , :X it , "' Ianie Evans X' . K ludy lasper K Y X, .. Iudy Martm W - K ' loyce Leeper .A J' - .Jn LA.. A K k Aww' .L A 5 M Mary Landis s f' Deanna Krey is V -.liiff ml Y fa Beverly Klein X " FSA 'TNF' fi Glenda Thorne , A ' 4- X ' . ,Q , Q QT- Q' Dina Io Zscheile 4 'KKK ' ' ' S Km KK K Marcina Boucek L .LL L ,X . x . ,Lol I Frances Steenbach D V Darlene Shoemake A. f 6. 1 Carolyn Shupp 2 in , S' K 'rl Q mf Amy Dell Rowan , M. Mx '45, Y' X f V K7 ' Sarah Price Q"-'K bv Frances Watson ' K I fi K f ' ' ' L . g ' L .1 r. ,. .A L 179 . '-.5 9 ' -mf ' Phi Sigma Epsilon yum, i iso Alpha Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon began the 1958-1959 school year in the new house, located at 516 E. 12th Avenue. The fall rush activities consisted of a dance, bar-b-que, and other social gatherings. During the course of the semester, the organization at- tended a very enjoyable Pledge Formal. The Homecoming activities also presented an ex- citing time around Phi Sigma Epsilon. The actives, pledges and Alumni gathered at the Armory after the game for a get-together. There was also a Christmas Party to add to the success of the fall term. In April the Phi Sigs had their spring formal, and May brought the annual Farmer's Ball. During second semester the fraternity had several hour dances with sororities. At the annual Commode Bowl game, Sue Keys was chosen queen. President Fred French crowns Commode Bowl Queen, Sue Keyes tupper leftj. Chatting over the punch bowl at their formal are members of Phi Sigma Epsilon and their dates. Don Lohrenqel Rex Ressler Larry Quickle Tom Fincken Jim Deckingez tm lk 'Ek Gene Bames Robert Campbell Raymond Feltner James Anderson Iohn Nauman as-if .mfg X A 5. A5 ra , fx x it Robert Burns Ierry Dochow ibn. 1 fic any fyvv eg-as. 3 Ned O'Mara Lee Davis Tony Genova Bob Ott Ron Campbell 3. ri?-fx 1 ,J 1 A VIQVII 1 --.f, in R 3 , I 3 W if mg ' .3 ' , ,., g ',n 33 'WX 'lb-nr' Neil Auerback Robert Iohnston Larry Gates Larry Cyrier Robert Heaney 1 ew, A 7 m1:c:'4Z .1 W F gk 4 K 5 cg-rl. rig, . ff. is V O up 61 I' ......,, fri 4 X xy L,-gg, , 1' L limi 1 fart? X i ,fm H fi' 'Quit '65 l 62" 2' limi' Ns..- in Q 4 x ty, xy L. J 1' fig ,K gtk L- ir- . M' ' fc K. if 3. iflcefa ' .,',5X' M' - 1 fig "' can 'S-A 4 I Larry Black Bill Strait Walter Denqel Fred French Robert Humiston ire. f"wX 'lf"7' K' , r gi ' in 3,5 elf, A E1 S y su., -fs... V K at f ,VK 181 Pi Kappa Sigma Pi Kaps and their dates enjoy the pledge formal Cleftl realizing all the pledges did to bring it to life -- for example, serve chili tbelowl. The Pi Kap girls returned to school this fall, after attending the tri-annual national con- vention held in Miami Beach, Florida, ready to start another successful school year. Excite- ment reigned in October as the house received a new coat of white paint. This made their home an even better place to entertain for such occasions as Homecoming, the Halloween informal party and the "Red Sock Hop" for Valentines Day. The social calendar also in- cluded the Christmas pledge formal, "Silver Bells" and the annual "Forget-me-not-Ball" in May. Long weeks of rehearsal won the girls ensemble the first place trophy in the small group division of Singing Bee. Above all 1958-59 will be remembered by the Pi Kaps as the year that Pi Kappa Sigma merged with another national sorority to be- come Sigma Kappa. Pauline Browning Peggy Wright Martha Oldham Io Henderson Sandra Hetrick Sheryl Chambers lenelle Cowen Lorraine Denton Paula Ivey DeAnne Larcade Donna Marsh Mildred McAuley Ioan Hammersmark Carlene Hansen Edith Hunter -A G x ,. vs- 5 L -LLAL Mirriam Ieanne Rogers Qu ,AL 5' ' pn :vs .N allmfir . MX ve? K. Miriam Erdtman Ruth Stem Patricia O'Connor Nancy Mustoe Marie Meyer L L 'N Phyllis Wright Louise Erickson Karen Frederick Evelyn Ham if X r, N 3 'time ' 1 sa L its Leg ,Q L44 X - LL, 183 Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon enjoyed a busy schedule on the E-State campus this year. The annual Christmas dinner, with an exchange of gifts to be donated to needy children of Emporia, was just one of the events of Sigma Phi Epsilon. There was a bus trip to Omaha to support the varsity football team, informal parties, the pledge tormals, and the big event of the year -- the Golden Heart Ball. Mrs. Vivian Rea, formerly of McPher- son, was welcomed as the new house- mother. was , fm r . g , X K rf . str. .,.. y Y sift 2- A gi tg V L xx I ily KR 5-L2 if -if 1 " ii, FAQ ,fri gy-Q 6 ,av ,K '43, qi F , A 4 f l!Xm3l'Xe ,M 9' ff. W Q t,,,m.zQ, 1,4 3, 'Z nuns' Y ,'x .I -t gn M, ww g. ix- f .Af gi, K v , 4 18 -'V Ned Hiatt Lamont Godsey Ted Baehr Larry Ballantine lerold Borders Arthur Piculell ,kj 4 , Bert Thompson lim Sherbon li. s Q . my Alan Whitacre ix Kurt Zscheile ...,., Bob Stowers Iohn Davies W 'S' 4, 1 M I 3-Pi l H 43,0 Q r , 'rs 6"i',f' ' 5 Sf' .la A, Q, YI? K - A xv N -, h W ue' f fi '-it if ' Xu. Q-.--f' fu. E Ralph Osborne Charles Meadows Larry Kierns Kermit Palmer Dennis Marker Mike Burnett , xx' 1 2? , 0 1 fb ,asv lf' Ierry Cox Harlan Hammon Q ' -it y ,Q -' K ,f W ,WN 35-1 , 1 xp..- S Aryl Clason Louis Coppage Arlo Hermreck Don Bailey Ray Terrill Wayne Williams t K Qu- hw., 'Nfl 1 , X er. as Q 1-1 if -1. A J 'fl' sr-"X fl, Q l'1f Si , 11' qi Ax ll, Q,. Q J Q . Iim Brittain Larry Chamberlain Charles Holloran Gary Stotts David Baehr Kermit McMillin Ulf, 'Qt L. 113' ,Nfxk Leonard Turner -:gi "f""" :L W .ef - -w. me ' '37 a an pu L +4 9 W A X: , r y sz- L ,Q :rr x X' r - Y' tm i E ! 1' . N I 41 Q 'S-. 9 W A 2 .-...,, if ,f Dick Russell Don Roberts Maurice Matile Q: Ken Perkins Glen Sharp Gene Shrader fem Sigma Sigma Sigma i , H i. 186 "Readin', Writin', 'n' 'rithmetic" paid off for the members of Sigma Sigma Sigma as they won the campus scholarship cup and took honors on the Chapter examination. The Tri-Sigs proved that studying did not take up all of their time by their participation in Penny Carnival, Singing Bee, Homecoming, their Win- ter and spring formats, barn dance and slave auction Barbara Street Marilyn Appl lanet Beckner S: Zoe Ann Cole xl ludy Cross Paula lones Kitt? - Icy Testorif 5, Sheryl Stevenson I A Dorothy McCourt K Virginia Enos Iudy Schletzbaum 'f-1 K Sue Spears ev- ge , s 'ST . 3,k A P Nz.-r' .A X W- fl' ' L. "'S"" si fa 1-I N. N K K P' ,ur 1. 4 5 ,X . an 1- .l f 1- PL . - X n A S -1' Priscilla Balch Patricia Burns A-A 'R Nancy Page Diane Platt Peggy Riley t J flfff uf:-'X' y as ,.. 'Q'-J -, i V 5 l I fi.. Q f F55 S nr Niki Hollenbeck Rosemary Lenninger Margaret Gaeddert - Barbara Brinkman .,f Shirley Smith X Lila Byers 1 ' Karen Wedel Karen Downing "' Ruth Dingwall Darlene Zoschlre Myma Winters Rhonda Iohnston ,X 1 K ,,., +" y 1:12 'l 'Mb as BLU. 3,6 I . f 5 X , ,,,, fu. "' :P V ,Ms-'X " Q3 is f Ku M AUKJ' 'safe' , .-QA' K - K so 5 .- fr Q 4-Q. SQ Gerry Graber Susan Russell Marilyn Newton ludy Miller ludy Manion Keren Lowman Iudy Weber rw f JUS. ir' N is '- 'Vw Zh ,,. 'Pr s E L. Roberta Inqels ,Q Gayla Gibb " "' Ruth Douglas A Q, Judith Kay Brow: K Iudy Ball Mary Lou Tones Q . A, SUI fb f . C ' NJ lf'-nw ii-L 'J-2' gg F s W ,IN I , 408 Eff fs Q- ,WN Q- fc x A.- wr' lb .4 in Navy. X HV Evelyn Lange Carol Thompson Glynics Tawney Muriel Ward Kay McBurney Sue Gritiith 187 The Sig Taus got off to a rousing year with a very successful rush week. The first big event of the social calendar was the annual Halloween Scrounge party followed by the pledge formal in November. Decem- ber brought the Christmas season with the annual buffet dinner for the sponsors and their families, followed by dancing and card playing at the house. The second semester brought the Valentines Party in February and the annual White Rose Formal in May. Sigma Tau Gamma Pictured below are the White Rose Queen and her attendants. Rushees sign the guest book at the Sig Tau house during Fraternity Rush Week irightl. 11 N 'ill' Ny, Harry Roth Buddy Redman Ron Seager Ron Slaymaker Harvey Kay Shank Dwayne Shaft Flfezllni 41' IL.. 'P S331 Q-we G 9. ' r :- 'K iv I Q.- ,ur an Q 5' if ef. Q wwf' Q ff , , Q.. Q L. ,, X ,R W my - . ep K : tr xi... LA .1 Robert Duran Tom Henley Larry Hunter Skip Keith Harry Kline Lynn Meier W. ,...., f i 5,4 gf-, N-f 1 ' W1vX sw--v 4 Vg V' 'fb' ,ff-1 tx 4 6 E Roger Pulley ,fx 25 -Se? Y L -317 it 3 g' g 'lv' Q if-X x ' 'Spf Russell Miller Iames Muckenthaler gg Carl Lehman 5 , , Q Iohn McDonald 'spew- Bex Newbold ' Y' Ernest Raugewitz it KW , lerry Parker 1' George Bueker sg., . 2 Gary Coulter il-v Neil Crane L --,:- Myron Drinkwater loe Drinkwater I I Frank Duvanel Roger Green at 3' xl Ierry Gump f Terry Solomon QL S' Warren Thomas W Q Howard Taylor ' ' Ani , gg my g 1, , S9 -' R' y ff :. l Neil Notestine inf " Q .il iw--' it - 'bl-.. .xg fi. ,ft ,tv 'I I Robert Unrun Iohn Vaughn Richard Williams Larry Schneider Gary Hunter Gary Balch ' Wk tc: L. K' J-'f ef: 1 x pw ."' 'ny ffm. A X 1 I K' .LN iv?-1' I .r 33 ng- 1 V' 'fgwxs s-...f 189 190 Tau Kappa Epsilon Costumed party-goers watch the entertainment at the annual "Bowery" party Cabovel. Waiting at the bottom of the decorated stairs at the Red Car- nation formal are several mem- bers of TKE and their dates. In the first big event of the year, the Teke homecoming decorations, featuring "The Vik- ing" ship, won first place. The annual Teke Bowery Party was held in the spirit of the Old Bowery days including costumes, Bowery brew, and Teke brandy sniiters as favors. At intermission Miss Frankie Steinbach, Delta Zeta sorority, was crowned queen of the Bowery Party. The Singing Bee, in which they placed second, along with informal parties and coffees for the sororities, kept the Tekes busy during the second semester. The annual Red Carnation Ball, at which Miss Marilyn Santee was crown- ed Teke Sweetheart, brought the social year to an end. X 1 Charles Pippin Tom Neal Robert Day Michael Payton .. 1 Q, R i n I 's K d f 5 ' ls Q A Q if 4 'Ei Ben Powell Ronald Olson Ken Eaton Larry Crotts David Heaberlin Lawrence Craft l Duane Youse Gary Scheidt Le Roy Wichman 3 Gordon Risk Gary Hemmingway Ed Eaton 191 1 l 192 , wp . .arrn. . 'tl' Q nf R' with ',A', 5 ri - ' wifi Agnes Kirk A 'if Laura Todd With the beginning of the fall semester of 1958, Homecoming was a very busy time for Morse came over 400 girls who were to make Morse Hall Hall, for Homecoming means Curli-Q, decorations their home for the school year. and visiting alumni. The social events of the year began with Morse Last of the social activities for the dormitory Hall Open House for the campus men. Next came girls was the annual Spring Formal. the Fall formal. Q el iii Q . 1- 5 ' Z , gmgfiz 3 55 - 5 KRW! ' 31 Q ' X Le 91' iii! .ffgffffffffsx 2 'f4?fwiff ff'f3"7Q f45 HX V ,,: '92 'F A 'MC-19, n , Y 1 9 ff 3 f e 5 X K , ,E if A 4 : Q . .., .,. ,W , A.M,,,l.n,5W,, Z., ,, . . ,mu K , . , , . dd? vf:w2X ?'.fz , 52 fxwwmh ,TYYQUHSEJ fAP'NX7,5Ei Q?fp lifkwlffifb - -bf whwww2'W'1Y'Hf- - WEE? l'-f FIRST FLOOR OLD DORM. SEATED. L to R: Barbara Haywood, Ann Bruning, Ieanne Appleby, Leana Giesy, Kay Christian, Nancy Rey- nolds. STANDING: Rosemary Greco, Theodessa Barnes, Helen Kaine, Barbara Banisler. Sondra Wizer, Pat Hoffman, Iudy Doran, Myma Westhoif, Shirley Wilson, Virginia Stranathan, Susan Curtis, Clara Chambers. FIRST FLOOR OLD DORM. SEATED, L to R: Iane Ann Dozier, Ann Crawford, Vicki Hutchinson, Judy Chambers, Helen Gilliland. STAND ING: lean Hawley, Luann Reiger, Nancy Blanchard, Marilyn Gaines, Myrna Westhoff, Iudy Walker, Sharon Ubelaker. l w - W .3 ar wr WL MA, SECOND FLOOR NEW DORM. SEATED, L to R: Carolyn Sherry, Ianice Cady, Muriel Becker, Jackie Gay, lean Kruse, Ianice Bums. STANDING: Vicki Horney, Iulie Heinz, Ianet Beckner, Paula Iones, Karen Sue Iohnson, lean Hunt, Sharon Domann, Liane Oesterreich, Kay Hoss, Carol Backstrom, Sheila Morgan, Carolyn Owen, Sharon Smalley, Ieanne Volkland, Olivia Price. SECOND FLOOR NEW DORM. SEATED, L to R: Karen Erbes, Norma Lee, Mary Helen Ingerson, Donita Gisick, Martha Smith, Donna Stormont, Barbara Livingston, Ieannette Robinson. STANDING: Carole Massey, Nadine Hoaglund, Cheryl McDonald, Barbara Girod, Linda Mathias, Margaret Harbison, Gayla Gibb, Sandra Thoes, Iudy Howard, Nancy Coulter, Georgia Bechtel, Betty Shellenberger, Rita Riggs. u 9 SECOND FLOOR OLD DORM. SEATED, L to R: Wilha Van Petten, Garda Torrence, Karen Nanninga, LaMoyne Iohnson, Elfreda Fleming, Lindra Linville, Marilyn Caywood. STANDING: Iudy Duncan, Donnie Ring, Ianis Blakey, Marilyn Blowey, Karen Lett, Charlene Means, Marilyn Skaggs, Donna Walter, Donna MacFarlane, Nancy McFarland, IoAnn Farber, Iackie Wilson, Mary Kercheval, Marian Evenson. SECOND FLOOR OLD DORM. SEATED, L to R: Linda Weizbrod. Annette Malmberg, Beverly Schmutz, Annette Albers, Susan Williams. Virginia Bundy, Rachael Motter. STANDING: Ianet Grimes, Roberta Ingels, Ioyce Flagler, Sharon Scott, Dixie Van Winkle, lanet Minniear. Ianet Read, Alice DeWitt, Betty Higby, Doris Gates, Beth Shaw, Ioyce Macomber, Sue Hamilton, loyce Gilbert, Marilyn McDonald, Mary Ann Robinson, Deanna Pagenkopf. f i . ,JW , LV' , A THIRD FLOOR NEW DORM. SEATED, L to R: Sherry Wright, Ianet Hill, Ianice Hoar, Karen Rasmussen, Carol Breech, Sharon Maxwell Gloria Laws, Elaine Bevan. STANDING: Evelyn Legore, Ruth Lindsay, Donna Trolinger, Keren Lowman, Patty Roberts, Ianet Hunter Ann Campbell, Elaine Orr, Karen Ruth Iohnson, Kay Iennings, Ianice Dutton, Betty Sparks, Iacque Boothe. THIRD FLOOR NEW DORM. SEATED, L to R: Donna McKanna, Iudy Money, Sharon Killion, Helen Dawson, Kaye Iohnson. STANDING: Mary Louise Johnson, Mary Snay, Tava Bessler, Gloria Thomas, Marjorie Griest, Nancy Gilmore, Patsy Guqler, Pat Tiplinq, Linda Thomas, Donna Kingsbury. YT P ,.,, -' l ...mx mxllfii 1 .- We-1-:gave .1 will THIRD FLOOR OLD DORM. SEATED, L to R: Carole Woodson, Polly Pierson, Sharon Kennedy, Carol Mills, Patsy Cupp, Marilyn Appl, Linda Snyder, Martha Branson. STANDING: Peggy Lynch, Anne Carter, Phyllis Mahoney, Peggy Calandrin, Myrna Iones, Carolyn Russel, Ioyce Cochran, Marabeth Cheatum, Nancy Rasmussen, Iudy Shup, Carla Daniels, Marlene Engler, Elba Iavier, Marge Hammond, Betty Osborne, Roberta Lenertz, Mary Anderson, Margaret Renner, Nancy Brown, Iudy Lebbin. THIRD FLOOR OLD DORM. SEATED L to R: Donna Feese, Barbara Van Curen, Sandra Cook, Barbara Kelley, Carole Kipler, Ellen Buzick. STANDING: Madeline Briggs, Sharon Iohnson, Lola Bryan, Sharon Pritchard, Kay Hatz, Judy Shipley, Marilyn Bowlby, Beth Stoskopl, Nancy Gardner, Gay Cole, Vicki White, Karen Gegan, Ioyce Hillman, Regina Hamilton, Ianette Ritter. ' fffizwr fi ,. , , i. e ti ,af ff XXV ,-1 Q st i W, H .f S- A i FOURTH FLOOR NEW DORM. SEATED, L to R: Kaye Kallail, Marie Burns, Norma Huston, Iudy Carpenter, Carole Cellier, Iudy Manion, Marilyn Newton, ludy Weber. STANDING: Mary Lee Myers, Iudy Miller, Zoe Ann Cole, Kay Peters, Karen Spradlinq, Iean Swoyer, Ioyce Garrett, Lynda Kelley, Karla Kirk, Mary Griffits, Linda Shepherd, Sharon Hassler, Lynne Rice, Barbara Murray. FOURTH FLOOR NEW DORM. SEATED, L to R: Mary Ann Zaima, Sandra Hiqqins, Sue Marston, Sandra Hansen, Ruth Ann Melcher. Darlene Oblander. STANDING: Gwydotta Warkentin, Sue Novo-Gradac, Mary Alice Iohnson, Pat McDowell, Connie Swender, Karen Miller. Iudy McGowan, Cheryl German, Barbara Dailey, Phyllis McCorkle, Patsy lohnson, Doris lean Drehle, Stella Waters. A' ,ws N. ., . u-, MQ, Lxiiiizfnl-'?mi,if,,Q,. tzfw! 5. " 1 Qzaimanol FOURTH FLOOR OLD DORM. SEATED, L to R: Beverly Dumler, Susan Crow, Grenda Pinney, Sally Rankin, Donna Choice, Sylvia Reed Patty Io Parry. STANDING: Sandra Haynes, Sharon High, Sharon Dryden, Iudy Barnett, Karen Morris, Melea Gunther, Mary Williams Iane Miller, Catherine Beal, Donna Edgeworth, Gloria Hoeme, Royce Baxter. FOURTH FLOOR OLD DORM. SEATED, L to R: Linda Karns, Iudy Hafley, Gail Bradford, Linda Groothius, ludy Martin, STANDING: Nadine Lewis, Annette Throqmorton, Sandra Robertson, Suzanne Butterfield, Carlene McFadden, Ann Barnes, Grace Wolford, Gail Woods, Beth Shaw, Lois Hammer. .ve wwf "' f Mi Y .lo x yr' -,,, ., I , ,- t rf ,A JG,r"f.c -Q xi- 5 -ng: re- 1 ' --. -w -.,,....,......s....e.,5r:.....A...,....m....., onnu Choice , wg, li I ,WAV B I , fx 4 Mary Louxse Johnson iz Cheerleaders 3 fn f . Q 'HM X I 5 i W xg? an f if fs A, ,,.. 4 R me , X W Q F.-5. K VN. NL 'V if if 5+ ,,. x ff 1 nl K if ix s ,f xl E - """"f'9Ulll""fl" A www-rumen M-.M X, Mona Schroi! R D A ,w 'x v' 1. .... ." 0- A X Barbara Bczrkyomb Edwin Vcm Hom A i' 4s.1jA ft .. I. V12 Q 2 s Shirley Knoult Amelia Scm Romani 1555? 5 7' F , f Y qi V ,J C, " lm 94" W M ,X ,Q I 2. M Q5 , E I X S 2' 2 3 .. s s 1 . V f S ,Ny 1 l,. Q , -, X 4 gk, ,L ,, kV" 4 , ,. 1, A K Y 3 - V Lg ,. IVVQ, ' - ' 3 ,ying ,yygiyfw 4 f 56 M: ,V , -ggg-ixy .1 A 45115-,MM 5 ,im fwwffw .i ' " JV , .nz ' X f.- get ff - ,. , -fm ,. -V 1 . 1, f, in : N f M ' Varsity Athletics A man who has been prominent in the Kansas sport picture throughout the years is F. G. "Fran" Welch, Emporia State's athletic director. Fran, now head cross-country and track coach, was dean of Central Intercollegiate Conference football coaches before turning over the duties to Keith Caywood in 1955. In addition to being athletic director and coach of cross-country and track, Welch heads the Depart- ment of Health, Men's Physical Education and Rec- reation. Each year, the department produces an out- standing group of coaches and physical education teachers for Kansas and the nation. Varsity sports at Emporia State play a vital but proper role in the college program, and are only a part of a well-balanced program of physical edu- cation at Emporia State. Commenting on the varsity program at Emporia State, Fran has said, "We feel that our varsity intercollegiate athletics is a part of the laboratory for our physical education program, and it serves as one of our best instructional areas available for future coaches. It is an integral part of our total program." At the present time, all sports recognized by the CIC are open to students at Emporia State on the varsity level. Physical education does not stop at the varsity level at Emporia State. A complete and well-balanc- ed intramural program is open to any student at Emporia. These sports include both team and in- dividual sports. B-efore stepping down from the duties of head football coach, Fran's 24 football teams had won 116 games, lost 81 and tied 15. His squads finished in the conference winner's circle six times, placed second eight times and graced the cellar only twice. His track teams have produced such national figures as Archie San Romani and Bill Tidwell, and recently, Paul Whiteley, to mention only three. His cross-country tea.m won the top honors in the nation this year as they walked away with the 1958 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics cross-country championship. Despite a fine record of success in all varsity athletics, the emphasis of the physical education program at Emporia State rests with the total athletic program offered. It is through a program of this type that students are provided recreation, learn the values of teamwork and cooperation, and the thrill of competing. The Sunflower is privileged to salute Fran Welch, for as a result of his efforts, the physical education program at Emporia State has flourished. Fran Welch, veteran AAU official, veteran coach, and veteran athletic director, we salute you. 207 Football- -1958 Style 5 if Q -v I 'X ,sf 1 f ., ...A : t qw-xv-1-H 208 It's third and goal against Fort Hays. Emporia State football fans received a pleasant surprise during the 1958 season when the Hornets posted their best season record since the 1952 sea- son, and the best record since Keith Caywood has been head coach. At the end of the regular season, the Hornet gridders had a 5-3-l record for their efforts, and later received a bid to play in a post- season bowl game. Coach Caywood and his squad turned the tables on a tough Central Missouri State eleven in the season opener, and posted a surprise 25-0 win over the Mules. A week later, Southwest Missouri State handed the Hornets their first loss of the campaign by a 0-14 margin to even the Emporia State record at 1-1 for the season. After the first two games at home, the Hornets took to the road where they met Omaha University and turned in their top offensive showing of the season as they rolled to a 32-6 victory, and then stopped Washburn in the conference opener by a 27-6 margin. In other conference action, the Hornets downed Southwestern by a 13-6 score, tied Fort Hays, 7-7, and lost to Pittsburg State, 14-20, and St. Benedict's, 28-6. In the last game of the season, Caywood's crew came from behind in the last minutes to stop Central Oklahoma State in a thrilling game. The final score was 20-18, and the Hornets had posted their first winning record in five years. With only 48 hours notice, the squad boarded a bus for Excelsior Springs, Missouri, to play in the post-season Mineral Water Bowl Game after Western Illinois pulled out of the game unexpectedly. The Hornets lost to a tough Lincoln University eleven by a score of 21-0. Halfback Ralph Naegele paced the Hornet of- fense with a total of 522 net yards gained rushing for an average of 5.9 yards per carry. Naegele also led E-State scoring with a total of 30 points. Quarter- back Larry Hunter completed ll passes for 219 yards to lead in the aerial department. Halfback lim Hayes was the leading pass receiver with a total of 254 yards in 15 catches. We Fought, We Waitedg We Won. Coach Keith Caywood keeps a watchful eye as the play develops and hallback Harvey Shank scoots across the goal line with the third touchdown against Central Missouri State. if Haltback Iim Hayes and end Ernie Raugewitz shout words of encouragement , Y 'v, as the defensive unit waits for a chance to go into action 2 O9 . , 4. .1 .As ' i This year the two-platoon type of foot- ball returned to small colleges. This gave Coach Caywood and his staff the oppor- tunity to l-et gridders specialize, as the Hor- nets played strictly a two-platoon game. Above, Hornet defenders Autrey Calloway t6lD, Lindo Lopez 1523, and Jerry Keltner C285 close in on St. Benedict's quarterback, Mark Flynn, in the Homecoming game. Below, halfback Ralph Naegele begins a long ram- ble against Washburn as Bill Favrow, middle guard, moves in to run interference. i if s wi ,Q of Defensive Unit in Action nf Another St. Benedictfs back goes down before Emporia defense The Personnel 31 2w77 Hornet Seniors These eleven Hornet gridders rounded out their collegiate football careers this year. On the front row are: Larry Hunter, quarterback: Ierry Keltner, defensive linebacker: Iim Hayes, halfback: Kay Shank, defensive linebacker: and Lee Beran. defensive safety. On the back row are: Autrey Calloway, defensive guard: Max Bainter, quarterback: lim Culbertson, end: Ken Maeda, defensive guard: Cass Terrell, halfback: and Sam Casamento, fullback. 211 Cross Country--National Champions """"'-M. ., i wud wir Emporia State's national championship cross country team stop to pose for a picture. Shown here, left to right are: Lynn Reed. Gonzalo Iavier, Dennis Matheson. Paul Whiteley, David Ohlde, Warner Wirta, and Coach Welch. Whiteley is holding the trophy awarded the team for their performance. For the third straight year, Emporia State's cross country 20:52.23 for the four mile course at Topeka's Shawnee Country team emerged victorious from the Central Intercollegiate Confer- Club. Warner Wirta placed second with a time of 2l:ll, followed ence meet. A week later, they went ahead to win the National by Dennis Matheson, fourth, Gonzalo Iavier, seventh, David Association of Intercollegiate Athletics crown by topping a field Ohlde, ninth, and Lynn Reed, eleventh. Only the first five mem- comprised of entries from 25 schools. bers to finish are counted in cross country. The nearest team to Emporia was Fort Hays with 50 points. Paul Whiteley, a national figure in cross country and track, paced the Hornet harriers in all of their meets, and compiled Emporia State won the NAIA crown with the low total points a total of eight individual victories. The distance ace added to of 87. The nearest team, South Dakota State, scored a total of his string of victories when he topped the NCAA college field 73. Whiteley finished second in the field of 87 finishers to lead the at Wheaton, Illinois. Hornets. Order of the other team members to finish was: Matheson, third: Wirta, ninth: Ohlde, 22nd: Iavier, 3lst: and Reed, 59th. In the CIC meet, Coach F. G. "Fran" Welch's harriers Only the first five members count toward team totals, but the scored the low total of 23 points to notch their third consecutive sixth runner will force a higher total for teams having runners cross country crown. Whiteley led the field with a clocking of finishing behind the sixth man. 212 Basketball K Walkup goes up and over the out- stretched hand of Pittsburg's Harder for a pair of points. Coach Fish gives his quintet the strategy during a break in the game at Civic Auditorium. The Season With the cry of "wait 'till next year" Coach E. D. "Gus" Fish and his quintet left the hardwoods after the last game of the roundball season. For the second straight year, the Hornets had to be content with the runner-up spot in the Central Inter- collegiate Conference. This year, it was a tough Fort Hays State quintet that forced the Fishmen to the second rung of the conference ladder as the Tigers compiled a 9-1 conference record, and went on to the NAIA tourney in Kansas City, making it to the semi-finals before dropping a game. The Hornets played winning ball, as they rolled to a 16-8 record for the season, and landed two players on the all-con- ference team. Three of the top ten leading scorers in the CIC played in Emporia State's black and gold. Ronnie Slaymaker, lim Fraley, and Grant Walkup all finished among the leaders in conference scoring, and averaged more than ten points per game. Fraley and Slaymaker were named to the all-conference team by the conference sports information association. Leading the Hornet offensive attack was Fraley, who also topped all conference scorers with a total of 376 points and an average of 15.7 points per game. He ranked second in the points-per-game CIC averages. Slaymaker ranked among the nation's leaders again this year in free throwing, and was at the top of the rankings during the entire season. He finished 12th in the nation in charity line toss percentages at the end of the season. Walkup's 186 rebounds placed him second in the conference on board work. 213 1 H - Qs K 1 4 1 ,Q E. ga if. The Squad 1 KL, LEFT to RIGHT: Mike Swartz, Ron Slaymaker, Lance Nichols. Bill Dickey, Iim Fraley, Darrell Blachley, Monroe Fordham, Grant Walkup Ken Hickman, Iim Smith, Coach Fish, and Assistant Coach Frank Specht. Season's Record ES OPP 60 College of Emporia 51 BB Hockhurst 61 51 Central Oklahoma B9 69 Oklahoma Baptist 75 71 Central Oklahoma B7 67 Central Missouri 57 55 Central Missouri 54 91 Southwestern Oklahoma 70 77 Eastern New Mexico 75 88 Omaha U. 63 69 Creighton 55 B7 Fort Hays 77 74 Washburn S8 93 Southwestern 51 67 Pittsburg 63 49 St. Benedict's 57 73 Pittsburg 88 88 Omaha U. 75 48 Creighton 70 59 St. Benedict's 44 73 Rockhurst 60 B0 Washburn B5 80 Southwestern 53 55 Fort Hays 58 All-conference All-conference guard - - Slaymaker forward ' ' Fmlel' 216 5? S ' i fl Z 3.153 iv' of 9 , 5 Q 5 LEFT to RIGHT: Clarence Del Forge, Dwuin Paugh. Harold Haeberlin. lim Wattick, Larry Eicker. Kenny Faerber, lim Cross and Loren Long Swimming E-State's swimming team competed in their third season as a varsity sport squad, and made a good showing, despite many difficulties encountered dur- ing the season. The tankmen swam against such teams as Kansas State, Kansas University, and the always-powerful Pittsburg State team. When Coach E. Don McCullough took a leave of absence from Emporia State, Iohn LeBar took over the reins as head swimming coach. Hornet tankers placed third in the conference behind a strong Pitts- burg State and Fort Hays State squad. 217 218 Conference pole vcxultinq champion Bob Oden goes up . . . and over . . . C I C Champions NAIA--Third Place Track and ialls free pionship. with the cham- I Whiteley -- CIC mile champ: NAIA mile and two-mile champ: NCAA three-mile champ Mclntire brings home the baton with cr relay win for the Hornets Fordham starts his take-off for the high jump Bessie! H CIC 100 and 220 Yard dash cham P 219 Champions .. This is the 1959 track squad that brought home the conference crown. At the left on the front row is Fran Welch, head coach, and on the right of the front row is "Arky" Vaughn, assistant coach. Coach F. G. "Fran" Welch and his thinclads turned in one of the best track season records ever recorded on the books at Emporia State. After suc- cessfully completing a season of dual and triangular meets, the Hornets topped a fine field of track per- sonnel at Hays to walk off with the conference crown for th-e first time since 1951. Emporia State compiled a total of 91 V2 points to top the CIC, as Fort Hays placed second with a total of 75 points. Rex Ressler came from the injured list to capture the 100 and 220-yard dashes again this year. He was the meet's only double winner. Coach Welch took a small squad to the NAIA meet at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, but the thinclads, paced by Paul Whiteley with wins in the mile and two-mile runs, captured the third spot in the nation. Whiteley, a week later, participated in the NCAA meet at Lincoln, Nebraska, and walked off with the three-mile championship. Whiteley's spe- cialty this year was the two-mile, as he first broke the existing school mark of 9:23.6 while competing in a dual meet with Wichita University on April 23. He lowered his own mark again running in the Missouri Valley AAU meet, and hit his best time of 220 9106.0 at the NAIA championships, clipping a full 17 seconds off of the previous record held by Archie San Romani, set in 1937. At the Missouri Valley AAU meet, Whitely spun a 4:08.l mile before he set the pace in the two-mile. Two other school records were revised during the season. Duane Mclntire, the versatile track star, spun the discus almost a full foot over the old record of 148 feet, 10 inches at the Emporia State Relays. The old mark was set in 1949 by Bill Wygle. McIntire's heave was 148 feet, ten inches. Mclntire was the leading scorer for the Hornets in the CIC meet as he picked up 13 points, even though he did not win an event. 'The two-mile relay team composed of Frank Hicks, Dennis Matheson, Gonzalo Iavier, and Whiteley clipped five-tenths of a second off of the old two-mile mark at the Emporia State Relays. The old mark of 7243.9 fell to the quartet in the time Qi 7:43.4. Bob Oclen set a new conference mark in the pole vault when he cleared the bar at 14' 2V2", but he failed on an attempt to better the school record of 14' 4" set by Dick Utter in 1956. Tennis Under the watchful eye of Coach Wallace Browning, Emporia State's netmen rolled up an im- pressive 12-2 record in match play during the spring tennis season, and pulled down a tie for second place in the CIC meet by virtue of Dave Haeberlin's third place in singles and Dan Iustice and Larry Tice taking third place in doubles play. The team went to the NCAA district tennis meet at Warrensburg over the Memorial Day week-end, and won the team championship. The squad placed second, third, and fourth in singles play, and placed first and second in doubles play. Team members were: Dave and Hal Haeberlin, Ierry Teichgraber, Gerald Cox, Larry Tice, and Dan Iustice. Two freshman members of the team who played were Max Plank and Roger Diell. Cox warms up before a match -,. 1 N ' t at , ,,,,, . em, if V M1 Teichgraber returns with a fore- Dave Haeberlin concentrates on a backhand return shot hand shot 22i A Hornet hitter takes batting practice under cloudy spring skies. . Hornet Leaders ,..,..,.. 'H HITTING Lance Nichols Gary Stotts Bob Lee lim Deckinger Andy Kirmer PITCHING Don Walburn Gene Haun Art Haag 222 R H 10 26 18 18 13 18 18 19 16 20 IP 5826 4226 18 Baseball Baseball came on the Emporia State sports scene almost before the winter snow had melted, as the Hornets started their spring work-outs indoors for almost two months before they could get to the diamond. With Coach Bill Kerr calling the plays, the squad racked up a very respectable ll-ll record for the season, including a 3-3 record for the CIC, and a 6-4 record for the Kansas-Missouri-Nebraska loop. Catcher Lance Nichols led all Emporia State hitters with an average of .406 garn- ered on 26 hits in 64 trips to the plate, most of them singles. He had only two extra base hits, but was second on the club in RBl's with 17. Pitcher Don Walburn led the squad with victories with 6 and allowed only 15 earned runs in the 58 and Va innings he worked. Gene Haun accounted for a 4-2 record on the mound for the Hornets, as he allowed a total of 24 earned 'runs in 42 and 26 innings. Oklahoma teams proved to be tough for the Hornets in early-season play. The squad played their first five games against teams from the Sooner state on a road trip, and did not notch their first win until the fifth game. Their 8-5 win over Tulsa gave them a l-4 record before they returned home to meet Arkansas. L' ,f?""'- 1?- It looked like a ball. but it's another big strike. ax. f Season Record ES opp. 4 g 10 Southwest Oklahoma 12 5 Oklahoma Baptist 14 2 Oklahoma Baptist 14 2 Tulsa 7 8 Tulsa 5 13 Arkansas U. 14 4 Arkansas U. 5 0 St. Benedict's 4 6 St. Benedict's 1 12 Washburn U. 1 13 Washburn U. 4 9 College of Emporia 3 5 Wichita U. 3 4 Wichita U. 2 4 Omaha U. 5 2 Omaha U. 8 14 College of Emporia 10 10 College of Emporia 4 6 Central Missouri 5 4 Central Missouri 10 2 Rockhurst 1 6 Rockhurst 12 . 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BANISTER, BARBARA COLLEEN Kansas City BARNES, BETTY LOU Emporia HARNETT, IUDITH KAY Clearwater BARTHOLOMAE, DIXIE LEE lermore BARTLETT, BARBARA IOANNE Kansas Cily BATEMAN. IOHN KEITH u-.:.- BAXTER, ROYCE ANN Neosho Rapid- BAYNE, WILLIAM STEPHEN Emporia BEADLESTON, CLEMA GRACE Abilene BEAL, CATHERINE ANN Conway Springs BECHTEL, GEORGIA LINN Conway Springs BECKER. MARGARET BECKER Emporia BECKETT, THOMAS KEITH Garden Cily RECKNER. IANET Louise Neodesha BENORTHAM, ROBERT WILLIAM Harvn:-yville BEVAN, ALMA ELAINE Los! Springs BLAKEY, IANIS MARIE Great Bend BLANCHARD, NANCY LOUISE Winfield BLOWEY, MARILYN LUCILE Augusta BOLEIACK. IOHN DEWITT Greenleaf BOLINE, DUANE RAY Admire BONHAM, GEORGE TERRENCE Hutchinson BOOTHE. IACQUELYN PAIGE Lehigh BORDERS, IEROLD CALVIN Eureka is sw sw IL L MW V, .. - Nz 1- V., 1 AE gif Qs ,SRV -T A i mlm EEN Y ou mr ' L 1:1 Q ' -'gf A .AW P ' 'ali is M 1 ,V Q Q BORGER, LARRY 1. EI Dowd., W If '58 BOYD. TAYLOR ETHELBERT Momegumu BREECH, CAROL n-:AN g.,,ek,, ,614 , BRIGGS, MADELINE IOANN Conccldid ' BRINKER. IACK ANTHONY Cawker City . "' 4 BROOKEN5, SALLY RAE Emporia Lx! 15 I - A BROWN, IAM.ES PAUL Emporia are A xl BROWN, NANCY IO wicmm ' BROWN, NEAL EDWARD Humboldt - , A ' si ' ,L 1 f I 4 L A BROWN, RUSSELL LLOYD Wichita ' Q A 6 BRUNLNG. ANN MARIE While Cloud W ki BRUNNER, IEAN ELLEN Herinqwn 72? 'tv 1 Ii BRYAN, LOLA KAY Osage City BUNDY, BETSEY Iuncaxon Guy K 5 N N M BURNS, IANICE LORRADIE g ,g 1 4 , .for Delaven 2 g - BURNS, MARIE ANN X K- ,A K' v, Augusta .f ' N ' BUSBY, DANIEL DEAN W : 7 Lumen: ' ' ,W V :- RUTTERFIELD, SUZANNE xi A A K, ' Rf X, 3' 3 Minion ' 1 I ya : BUZICK, ELLEN MARY Lincoln 4 BYRNE, IUDI ANN W- , Russell ,. 1, QR CADY, IANICE SUE W vx Parker L , N, -,. CALANDRIN, MARGARET I ' A 11 f seq cuu, N. Y. 'll' Q.. , CAMPBELL, ANNA LOUISE ' Alia Vista CAMPBELL. DONALD GARY Massillon, Ohio K yt- 1 5 1 CAMPBELL, ROBERT DALE Concordia CARLILE. IM DARRELL Y Hoisinqion fi.. X CARROLL. CHARLES, IR., N :KL L scum, +-' "'- i s- R 4. CAYWOOD, MARILYN I.. L, 'Q' ' Zn I ' Concordia "'gg' E - sg .J CHAMBERS. IUDITH KAY ' 'H Wellington , , X X CHEATUM. MARABFITI ELAINE 'Nm K wmma Q ,,. ,L V A CHRISTESEN, SHIRLEY Mullinvilla CHRISTIAN, GENEVA KAY Ulylsel 9 2' CHUBB, IAMES RICHARD s ' ' Topeka 57 - JK 6' N CLAYTON, IANET CAROL L by 1 Caldwell W- ' . W ' rx' CLEMMONS, MARY LAURA '- N La Rarpe , p XCHRAN, BEVERLY f "" w' ina ' A """ 'C ' A - K , L 'tt - 231 COCHRAN, IOYCE MARIE Atchison com, cms ANNETTE Gardner COLE, ZOE ANNE Merriam CONCANNON, THANTUS MICHAEL Parker CONDRA, GARY LEE Prolediorl CONNELLY. DAVID RICHARD Olathe COOK. SANDI K, Chanute COONS, LAURA LINDA Topeka courma, NANCY Lou Kansas City COVEY, DONNA MAE Holton coznn, KEN Davin Emporia CRAFT, LAWRENCE WILLIAM Leroy F x, M46 ' 6 4' r U sc . - .r vyvl , y "-:I I 3' 'F Y? ,R 4, ng -A " 1 I fs X235 54' it T ..-. V 5:5 T... as as g I I, as if . "S f . xr I Q I , mx: 1: ff-1 t. A ar U s - 1 w 1 A N J , , I p I I vs. . g. 'F-'-H y J 6 an A . mi f . 3 -i . ,L , ,, fn- f. L- M? L A ' is A H , , Q A I 1 Y n .45 , ' I I ' K -M . V Y A ' ' ' Mayan U 5' ' I " . I H- , 6- - in I W lm wif ' ' ' 'nf' ' Af' - .. . ,I .,. 'kv I + ' .. if ,Q , MEMS, 232 .g 4: ra.. I 'V "bv- M, iq "gif 'V I Q -'5"T:W 5 .0 I A I W Bi A ' G I r n wx jf Ig G A. 1: ian 'E' kin CRAMER. NANCY BELL Emporia CRAWFORD, ALICE ANN Paola CROTTS. LARRY ARTHUR Leroy CROW, ORINE SUSAN Logan CURTISS, CAROL SUE Burlington DAILEY. BARBARA IEAN Overland Park DANIELS, CARLA TUNE Ellsworth DANNENFELSER, CHARLES FREDRIC Florence DANNENVDC, NANCY lANE Centralia DAVIS, DORIS ANN Liberal DAVIS, LEE MORGAN Emporia DAWSON. HELEN CAROLINE Elrndale DAWSON, WILLIAM RICHARD Ottawa DEES. DAVID BRADSHAW Emporia DENNY. IOAN MARIE Anthony DEVIN. GARY DALE Iunction City DICKENS. IUDITH ANN Sedan DICKERSON. IAMES B. Kansas City DIEKER, THOMAS Westphalia DILL, KENNETH ROGER Augusta DIRREEN, BILL Olmitz DODY, IAMES EDMUND Lincolnville DOMANN, SHARON KAY Winchester DORAN, MARY LYNN Leavenworth '63 IQPV Hi F gn J -...M 'I ""' . sr 8 'R s XX ...V I 3 El - 3-. 5 A ' 1 if i n fs:-, "" . ' if I -L. ix. A f . """' ' Ii .I j A A' . -SF I K K 2. 41 5 . L. N, I 1, as. as - X . -eff x En xxx -X .2 S.. I 3 1 EATON, ED LEE Emporia ECKSTROM. ROBERT M. Marion EHRHARDT, KAREN IANE Gridley ENGEL, ROBERT EUGENE Leroy ENGLERT, MARLENE ROSE Syracuse ENSERRO. IOSEPH PATRICK Iurnestown. N, Y. ENSHA, LARIDEH Teheran, Iran ERBES. KAREN MARIE Bison EVENSON, MARIAN DIANE Los! Springs FAGER, GRACE D. Osage City EARBER, PHYLISS IOAN Hoxie EAULKNER, PHILIP EUGENE Emporia FEESE, DONNA DENE Desoto FILDES, LILA GENICE EIIinwD0d FLYNN. IAME T. Emporia FORESTER. DIANE RUTH Edwardsville FORNEY. STUART DALE Sublene FRANCIS, DAVID CHARLES Eureka FREDERICK, KAREN Emporia GAINES, MARILYN IOAN Peabody GARDNER, NANCY GRACE Wichita GARRETT. IOYCE EILEEN Shawnee GATES. DORIS IEAN Pomona GATES. LARRY LEE Concordia DOUGLAS, RUTH ELIZABETH Neodeshu DOZIER, IANE ANN Lyndon DREHLE, DORIS IEAN Great Bend DRINKWATER, IOE BRADLEY Cenlruliu DRIVER, HOWARD EUGENE Quenemo DRYDEN, SHARON DAY Osage City DU BOIS, LOUEITA LEE VCZIIEY Came! DUNCAN, IUDY LOUISE Wamego DUNLAP, DONNA DEE Gardner DU'l'I'ON, DUAIINE LEHOY Belpre DUTTON. IANICE KAY Kingman EASTWOOD, MARY ALICE Hoisinqion V ,A . Ag- X, V S. 'Q , . ' MX ' Q.. I ' 4 0 'X A -W 'Q -, . 4 ' Vs .1 . ,P 1 . f is . X I . 49. A ,..v ' A 'KT' ' L.. - , JJ 'li A . - r Ar ' nh., 7 EYE " - . V. ' ' A 415 , V ,E V . 3 A A V' AFR! I' 4 ., -QF. Hi I ' 'W . ' ' jg' 8 I ,Q si X ' - I ' - " I . .ci 'E A Q we Q 1 K' I. is Q .Q J 1 I fw xx s QM , K A 'E Cv. Q G' 1 nc 4 Q. H. I QEQLQX I J L4 233 'Qi 234 ,H- WW '6 4 Nh? gs. S 'A -f f ,pk .- fr. X 6' A O! ' we 6 L 6. ,-. me 2 fic GAY, IACELYN DEE GEGEN, KAREN RUTH GENOVA, ANTHONY PETER GERLEMAN, DAVID KENNETH GIBB, GAYLA ROSE GILBERT. IOYCE E. GILLILAND, HELEN IRENE GIROD, BARBARA IEAN GISICK, DONITA IOANN GODOOSHIM, MORAD GODSEY, LAMONT ELMO GREINKE, RONALD IAMES A . Q , ,Q 1 .ew V W NL' Gardner Maize Long Island, N. Y. Olpe Emporia Benton Pomona Tawanda Timlren Teheran, Iran Newton e I "' 'FI , X we I I, "" x S- 4' 27 5 1 8 W :ff- kflbg K Eskridqe kv if 3 I 5: L- , I gs. as . ' -qv... in... N ,aa Q ' ' K ln. 1 sa 1 ' -su f Y ' I wx , x an I, E sr : AR 5 . "-ve ...nn M M --Q uv' -s - M,- GRIEST, MARIORIE ANN Minneapolis GRIFFITTS, MARY MAE Eureka GRIMES, IANET IRENE Kansas City GROOTHUIS, LINDA ANN Greenleaf GUGLER, PATRICIA ELIZABETH Abilene GUNTHER, GAIL MELEA Diqhton HALEY, IUDITH ANN Emporia HAMILTON, REGINA ANN Cheney HAMILTON, SUE ANN Ottawa HAMMAN, BOBBY DEAN Lebo HAMMOND, MARIORIE ANN Atchison HAMPTON, ROBERT LEE Ulysses HANSEN, SANDRA LEE Wichita HARBISON, MARGARET E. Cedar Point HARRIS, IUDITH ANN Winfield HARRISON, VERLE EDWARD Welda HARTER, DONALD R. Bern HASSLER, SHARON RAYE Wichita HASTRITER, GEORGE RICHARD McPherson HATZ, KAYE IEAN Sabetha HAWLEY, IDA IEAN Holton HAXTON, RONALD LEE Wetmore HAYES, LINDA LEE Emporia HAYNES, SANDRA Great Bend 4.-"QC , ,W J x I I V G RE ' K 4 ,ijt I I-16-t .Q M .Q N as nv ' an ,. 5, 1 l . I I ,. C? fs G' N A 'f' Sits. fi K- x is - -f" Xt ,A gs I HOFFMAN, PATRICIA ANN Shawnee HOGUE. PATRICIA LEE Horton HOLLERICH, MARCENA PAULINE Tipton HOLLIDAY, RICHARD I.EE Horton HOLLIS, FRANCES ARLENE Hamilton HOLUB, ADOLPH M. Tampa HOPKINS, MYRA KATHLEEN Ottawa HORNEY, VICKI LEE Kinsley HORTON, CHARLES LELAND Americus HOWARD, BARBARA IO Augusta HOWARD, yum cmaoi. Oklahoma cny, om. HUGHBANKS, DONNA DEANE Wichita HUISE, NORMA I.EE Olathe HUNT. LUELLA IEAN Baldwin HUNTER. IANET LEE Kansas City HUSTON, NORMA LOUISE Olathe HUTCHINGS, IANET ELAINE Newton HUTCHINSON, VICKI LOU Wellington HYDE, ROBERT EDWARD Reading INGELS, ROBERTA LOU Kansas City IRWIN. RICHARD DARYL Topeka ISHIHARA, PETER KATSUMI Emporia IASPER. IUDITH EVELYN Burlington IENKINS, CARMEN Wichita HAYWOOD. BARBARA DLORAH HELLBAUM, RICHARD FRED HELPENSTINE LINDA LOVE HELVEY, IIM HEMPHILL, HAROLD DeWAYNE HIA'I"I'. NED WILSON HICKMAN, KEN MICHAEL HICKS, KENNETH LEE HIGGINS, SANDRA LEA HIGH. SHARON IOY HILL. IANET SUE HOAR, IANICE ELAINE an nr. I 'f .lf 14 Q Ui X ' Q 6 f fe wi Fowler Emporia Emporia Cawker City Madison Ottawa Ponca City. Oltla. Agenda Marion Derby Derby Hiawatha fva 3' ,, ,, Q 3 R u 4 L- '5 C' ' K A IN ' . ' 4 ,A r 'Q' Q as "' 6 if "' I x . ' 2' K . , .Ig . , x ,, I ,- In is K K C , . J v...JI's VFW 77 ' ' .fill ng ' " I ,- as A , vw NM A L.. N . ani' I V -L. 235 isimmcs, crsom KAY Malvern IOHNSON. KAREN RUTH Dwight IOHNSON, KAREN sur: Yates center IOHNSON, KAYE HELEN McPherson IOHNSON, MARY ALICE Williamsburg lox-msow, MARY Louise Emporia IOHNSON, PATSY munms Viola IOHNSON, SHARON KAY Concordia! IOHNSTON, ROBERT ALFRED Sea Cliii, N. Y. IONES, BONNIE IEAN Leavenworth JONES, MYHNA io sedan IONES, PAULA SUE Neodeshu sr A 4' ' 5. ls' '53 ' 9 ' V..-ik, f 3 X I W -,L M . Q' .ve if L, S X - M , J-5 F w -4 ' ' U ss SM H 4 5. ,gb :Q 6 " .L . ' 'S Q, YZ' tr N Q i gl S X- 'fg K X 3 qw E iff .gy 5 an 5 I 'IG' 5 fi- Q.. I ' W A A-.J I , ,L , L I '11 , . it A A X ' . ...E- ' A if I E27 f 7' 3 Lg "RT K x ' 6 ,b ,za 1 l - ' wt, A ' I I fn K' , A I ' x. A is , I rw 1 , U L, , - x ' " -O.. - 4 Qw- Qif . N P. A ' I Q ' I ws-ra, 236 'K 3,5 Q ,Lii f ' .4 lb if-I 2:22 'Sf I we .,. 13.-1' We , In MN A19 I Er I 'QR 11" A V A LLL 'Q' 4:1 . A KALLAIL. KAYE LORRAINE Wichita KARNS, LINDA FAYE Creve Coeur, Mo. KEITH, GLENN ALEXANDE Kansas City KELLEY, BARBARA ANNE Winfield KENNEDY, SHARON LEA Lawrence KERCHERVAL, MARY LOU Dewey, S. Ddk. KILLION, SHARON LEE McPherson KIMBALL, LARRY DALE Medicine Lodge KINGSBURY, DONNA LEA R ISE Abilene KIPFER, CAROLE KAY Madison KIRK, KARLA IEAN Bucklin KNUTH, WAYNE EDWARD Burdick KOHL, LAVERNE VIRGIL Ellis KOUGH, BYRON CULLINGS Liberal KREY. DEANNA IUNE Zenith KRUSE, IEAN Slulford KUHLMANN, BERNARD FRANCIS Olpe LAFEERTY. MORRIS LEE Burlington LANE, GEORGE DEWEY Emporia LANE, LILA RUTH Emporia LARSEN, MAX DEAN Louisburg LAWSON, HAROLD LEWIS Pittsburg LEBBIN, IUDY LOUISE Ellingwood LEDERER. KAY Pomona 3 n- r. Ft ,P be 1 qi. N 1 Sl 8 . L. A- L. H 'av ,,.' 5 2' l li ts: ICF? 3. Q-P' Ss, A a if 6' ,J fi S 44 K 'Nj 1, iq . L K at L. S.- X, S'-1 'ew is lg- N 435 , gt cz al LUTZ. CHARLB LEO Olpe LYNCH, LAWRENCE VINCENT, Sea Cliff, N.Y. LYNCH, LEONARD GERARD Sea Clili, N.Y. MCAULEY, MILDRED ELAINE Emporia MCCALL, LARRY LEE Salina MCCALL, RICHARD DOUGLAS Rusull MCCORKLE, PHYLLIS NEDRA Burr Oak MCDONALD, CHERYL NADINE Mullinville MCDONALD, MARILYN KAYE Detroit McDOWELL. CHARLES E. Eureka MCDOWELL, PATRICIA ANN Eureka Mcf'ARLAND, NANCY SUE Wichita McFARLANE. DONNA Great Bend McEAHLANE, IOSEPH ANGUS Burlingame McGOWAN. IUDY C. Diqhtou McKAN'NA, DONA RUTH Newton McRA.E, CAROL ELAINE Emporia MACOMBER. IOYCE KAY Madison MALLORY, CHARLES EDWARD Wellington MALMBERG. ANNETTE IANE Wichita MANION, IUDITH CAMILLE Mission MARSTON, MADELYN Canton MARTIN, IUDITH ANN Eureka MASON, DONNIE LEE Council Grove N Las, NORMA ARLENE Derby LeGOHE, EVELYN MARY Kansas City LENEHTZ, HOBERTA ARLENE Coldwater LETT, KAREN EARLENE Fowler LEWIS, BETTY IANE Overland Park LEWIS, NADINE FEHN Tonqanaxie ULLEY, cAaox.YN KAY Eureka LINVILLE, LINDRA IOHNAY Raymond LONG, IUDITH CLARICE Haddam LOWMAN, KEREN ELIZABETH Leba wanna, DALE wn.uAM Hmngwn Lusk, IAMES Boom oum Qc S ,L ,ti . fb Juv ve V , 4 , gi, ' 'iv X 14" IN ,W ' I - vw f , 12" 'zz' ' V44 L It I U 1. Al 3' A A, ' ' 455 -A A if , ,. E it ,st ' 6' 4 Wk I , ' Yr - - I5 1' F ' ,X ' my 4 ,J I Ax .- ji Zi' , ' f fi- I xl 'L A I M x ,,. K A g . an 1- - , Agw a y t A , -,ki m . I ga I 3, 5,2 , an K f , I -'sm 4 fi ,. "' 4. ' 'iff . Y A fm' 3 xl? fr , 6, ' , ' if - ., , ,rl ' 1 L I k . in ' wtf. tm 237 MASSEY, VELDA CAROLE MATILE. MAURICE ALFRED MAXWELL. SHARON KAY MEANS, CHARLENE HILDA MELCI-IER, RUTH ANN MERRITT, DELORES ANN MICKEY. COY CLOE MIKE, ALBERTA ROSE MILLER, IANICE IANE MILLER, IUDY ANN MILLER. KAREN KAY MILLER, RICHARD FRANK 1 I.. A ,, wr. A 'S 'cf W nw 2' X 3 . A Q I- S.. .os , 'S X .X 1. W. Q I t Q Q . M I I 5 'L' ' :L R 'I' ' -4 if X ci' A ' . I T, J Q -'H ,Q s -' X Q' 4, N I - Vi mini 238 Caldwell Americus Hugoton Wichita Hillsboro Burlington Atwood Wichita Elmdale Kansas City Cheney Garnett me' rv Na, Q., Igyswan ic 6 " ' 1 A nr yi. new , If IS' "f 'fx r 'fl gi I 5: ll Ka. A 4 'Q' gyls. s '-' si- I A Viyy 5 Q I , , g '3'1l:',. MILLS, CAROL ANN Sedan MINNIEAR. IANET ROSE Chanute MINNI5. IANET IO Stailord MISER. RITA LEE Cottonwood Falls MONEY. IUDITH ANN Pratt MOORE, LEONARD WAYNE Emporia MORGAN, SHEILA ANN Neodesha MORRIS, KAREN YVONNE Mankato MORRIS, PATRICIA MARIE Kansas City MOSS. SUSAN Columbus, Ohio MOTT, IUDY KAY Caldwell MURPHY, DENNIS ROY Olpe MURRAY. BARBARA Prairie Village MYERS, BETTY LOU Madison NANNINGA, KAREN RUTH Axtell NAUMAN. IOHN ROBERT Emporia NEAL, THOMAS ELWOOD Iunction City NEILSON, DONNA ARLENE Williamsburg NELSON. CAROLYN IEAN Topeka NEWLIN. ALFRED Wichita NEWTON. IAY P. Olathe NEWTON, MARILYN ANNE Mission NORTON, BETTE IUDITH Emporia NOVO GRADAC. SUE ANN Bethel we-r N wa? -M 2. M6 vt-fl, 'YZY if we- O I we., Nu .. O an h "' I ir ,, Vx AJ "'!"'W ,rg 1 3 Y a'f-Qi' Ava - ygx R' Y 5 .fv- 'E 'D' ' A mf LR PIPPIN. CHARLES RONALD Kansas City PONTON, CAROL Ottawa POWELL, BEN L. Bethel PRICE, IUNE OLIVA Melvem PRITCHARD, SHARON KAY Madison PUCKET12 ROBERT BRUCE, IR, Sm-QL- PURCELL, TERRY LEONARD Ulysses QUATTRINI, RONALD Bethpage, N. Y. RANDOLPH, VICTOR VERNON Logan RANKIN, ROBERT DAVID Emporia RANTZ, RALPH RICHARD Franklin Square, N,Y, RASMUSSEN, KAREN MAE Garnett RASMUSSEN, NANCY ELADIE Atchison REABURN. SHARON LE Emporia READ, IANET ELODIE Ottawa REDMAN, CLARENCE IUSTIN Emporia REED, SYLVIA ANN Shawnee REES, WILLIAM NORMAN Emporia REISER, LARRY ALVIN Great Bend RENNER, MARGARET CHARLENE Mullirwille REYNOLDS, NANCY LEE Moline REZAC, LINDA LEIGH Rolsville RICE, LYNNE EVE Wichita RIEGER, LUANN LYNNE Hiawatha OBLANDER, DARLENE ANITA Marion OESTERREICH, LIANNE ELVERA Kansas city O'MARA, EDWARD IOHN Emporia OSBOURN, BETTY IANE Topeka PAGENKOPF, DEANNA DEE waaamne PAIGE, IERRY WILLIAM wxma city PARKS, TERRY EvERE1'r Eureka PAYTON, MICHAEL Clayton, N, M. PEDERSEN. 1uDrrH KATHLEEN Emporia PERRY, KENNETH RAY Waverly PETTIT, DAVID IAMF5 Grent Bend PIERSON, PAULA DIANE Lawrence 5, C s. , 8. 4: if 'X Y E. . I , 1? k B Q evo ig f' 'Cf' 0 I 4 - 5 Y ' gt! F Q at J V ' 'W' E W' - A ,E A L . , jx-X SX . ' f , T' 5 , 6 Q: Q, 4 C' A I 3 L ' - 'U' gf- ' J Y O I I nr-, ' Y A I , - f V , ,LJ X 9' 'Ex ' , 'fy 2. A Q K 239 RIGGS, RETA BELLE Cottonwood Falls RING, CONSTANCE RAE Marysville RITTER. IANETTE MARGARET Iunction City ROBERTS, DON EUGENE Emporia ROBERTS, EDWARD IOSEPH Lebo ROBERTS, PATRICIA ADELE Lebo ROBERTSON, SANDRA LEE SL Iohn ROBINSON, GALE DEAN Florence ROBINSON, MARGARET IEANNETTE Reading ROBINSON, MARY ANN Florence ROKEY, ANDREA KAYE Sabetha ROLE, CARL HERMAN Westphalia I 3' t G ,F 2 I' q , A- ,r Z' 'I M , , K I , , , I .Y SVA , . 4 1 if Sf Q 'fs . ., 16' :cf j "" If rc .' , ,.,, 5,sns,5,WQ, M H , I ,I , ,,,, f, . -an Sr I ' 3 I , . -5 K W, x ,-APE? ' ., , K 12-' F , 5 , I if J , I ""'m I O Ah. I ' 'I 2 , ' . A 6 , i""3?P E 5, - A N V 1. ' .. 9" , , gi- -x ., ' 'H - - , ,I 2 , iq, .JV , mist ' 240 I va L3 f Ls. 2' I so 'W , , 'R 16 , Q .5 Q 4' ,ibm .Vt J' .4 V Y-Y, 16 ' s, 'ca 'G' -f ul E 5' fs ii-sf .Q E ROSE, IOSEPI-I MAURICE Hoisington RUSSELL, CAROLYN IUNE Galva RUSSELL, RICHARD PAUL Emporia RUSSELL, SUSAN ANNETTE Emporia RUTH, RICHARD LEON Atwood SANDERS, WALTER LLOYD Iewell SAUDER, GARY WAYNE Gridley SCHMIDT, BETTY IOAN Emporia SCHMUTZ, BEVERLY IEAN Abilene SCHRECK, ESTHER GENEVIEVE Conway Springs SCHUPP. CAROLYN ELINE Emporia SCHWEITZER, ADRIAN TUNE Osborne SCOTT, SHARON KAY Axtell SEIBOLD. DEAN PHILLIP Drexel, Mo. SEIDEL, MYRNA DIANN Ashland SHAFFER, SONIA RAYE Kansas City SHAW, ELIZABETH ELLEN Eureka SHAW, DELORES MARIE Pomona SHEPARD, LINDA KAY Scranton SHERRER, GARY LYNN Topeka SHIPLEY, IUDITH LEAH Goddard SHOEMAKE, LYNN Kingman SHOUP. VERA GRACE Gridley SHUP, IUDITH IOANN Lincoln ut., v f'+c':'+ f S.. , iw- -. EL- I I tri- iilfzgrg A -A mir A , ' 4: 1,1 -vw' 'fa , if-, xr .A . px 2.4 .x,, .-.V ., 3 , Q E55 5 4 STURDEVANT, ROBERT CLAUDE Eureka SWANSON, WESLEY ARVID Emporia SWENDER, CONNIE MARVELLE Wichita SWICK, SHIRLEY ANN McPherson ' TAGGART, DIXIE FAE St. George TALLEY. IUDITH KAYE Neodeshrr f TAYLOR, HOWARD ROBERTSON Levittown, N. Y. THOMAS, GLORIA KAY Horton THOMAS, LINDA KAY Garden City THORNTON, CHARLES RAY Emporia THROGMORTON, ANNETTE LOUISE Emporia TIPLING, PATRICIA ANNE Muscolah TOBUREN. LARRY HOWARD Barnes TORRENCE, GARDA KAY Pratt TOWNS, BEVERLY Dighton TROLINGER. DONNA PAY Merriam UBELAKER, SHARON CATHERINE Ottawa UNRUH, ROBERT DWAIN Ulysses URBAN. RICK Y. Meader VANCUREN, BARBARA LEE Wichita VAN PETTEN, WILHA LUCILLE Overbrook VAN WINKLE, DIXIE LEE Garnett VERHAEGHE. MARGIE HELEN Olathe VISTUBA, COLEEN ELAINE Gorham .pr If SIMPSON, MARYLYNN SKAGGS, MARIORIE IEAN SMALLEY, SHARON KAY SMITH, BRUCE RAYMOND SMITH, MARLIN KENT SMITH. MARTHA GERALDINE SPILEMAN, F, EUGENE STINER, DARRELL ROSS STORMONT, DONNA ARLENE STOSKOPF, ELIZABETH LEE STOWERS, ROBERT DEAN STREET, BARBARA LYNN Salina Wichita Neodesha Moline Lewis Sterling Lebo Vermillion Wakita, Okla. Hoisingtou McPherson Emporia ...Ziff ' , sw.-. , , E v' .u 'E' sg. f, 2 kfT',' -1" L, ' ,. 1 K TV' ., ' I L . wx' 'R as 1 el, ,R WW ' . .5 A MVA "' .U , . I, , V I 4 4 AX , , 49' M 5 vs 4.. gf. grill , K I ,iw I ' X., . ' .f K W if 1 S, I 1 L .xl kr K W bv. . E . 3 - W- I V , V ,,., ws' 116 I ' f '-W' f -- 1 I Q M " If 1 Au.. I ' A. L 241 ! 242 4 Qu: IL. Q. yd' my E VOLKLAND, IEANNE ANNE WAGGONER, LARRY PAUL WALKER. IUDITH ANN WALLACE, ROGER DEAN WALTER, DONNA IEAN WARD, WILLIAM ROGER WARKENTIN, GWYDOTTA A WATERS, STELLA IOYCE WA'I'I'S, IAN LaRUE NNETTE ff an '+I L, I Y. K 1 K' K1 V. 8' R' ,I G, ,, .. . I A. gg LTL I L A ,.1 5 x VT? Q 4? " Q ' Q' ff-mf , 'Q- Qf, Q A 9' Bushtori Cheney Newton ik I Yr" Eureka Wichita 4, .ff ,,.. "W F 3 ' vc. . .. d , K, at si! -5- centmlm "-...,, 4 I , .. at F gwn. Wichita Ulysses IL '32 if new 1-.1 I 'W F' nu' Caldwell QA Q G' at 1 ' A I WATTS, ROBERT DUANE Emporia WEBER. IUDITH LYNN Mission WEBSTER BETTY LOU Emporia WEIZBROD, LINDA LOU Sl. Iohn WENDEROTT, SANDRA KAY Dunlap WESTHOFF, MYRNA IEAN Spring Hill WHIPPLE, CAROL Eureka WHITACRE, ALAN LEE Ottawa WIENS, DAVUJ GENE Hillsboro WILD. LARRY DAVID Herington WILKINSON, ARTHUR IEROME, Madison WILLIS, HAROLD LESTER Mission WILIS, LARRY CLAY Ellinwood WOLEORD. GRACE ANN Madison WOODS, GAYLE F, Peck WOOSTER, PATRICIA IOY Hope WRIGHT, SHERRY IO Greut Bend YOKONO, IERRY Hawaii ZAIMA, MARY ANN S. Hawaii ZSCI-IEILE. KURT Burlington IR. Sc-pkommea ff" 244 ? at -,H 1. xg g A f,-5: 4-,. rw. H ..: , N 55 ww.. fgi.f,,?,x rf g V , V K W 58452-'X I. it 3. .,., at-4 1 " i ,km in . 1' V' 'V I ,V it '5 - 1 u I, 'ii 'A . .. Q we av , 6: W -A , " 1-K ,s I S ' " Q 'VR vi.. Q. W I ' we 2,1-4 341' 1' Q. iw Cd I 'e I 'L y "' S4 A ' 4 ff 1-'R or Q K, .L L, K 7' I gl 'fx ' ev- if ' 5. I L I ' BOOTH, IAMES C. Osage City BORGNA, MAC BRYAN Altamont BOYLE, SHARON RAE Great Bend ALEXANDER, GWENNETH LOU ALLEN, KAREN IEAN ALLISON, PATRICIA CAROL AMES, IOSEPH MICHAEL ANSTROM, CYNTHIA LEE AUERBACH, NEIL LEWIS BAEHR, DAVID HENRY BAILEY, LEROY BALL, IUDY BANNING, EUNICE BARKYOUMB, BARBARA IEAN BARNARD. CAROL IEAN BARTLEY, GARY BECKWITH, IOHN EPPS BEINEKE, IANET SUE BERGSTEN, LAVERNA BERRY, GLEN ALBERT BICHET, BETTE ANN BINDER, ELIZABETH ANN BLISS, DONALD LEE BLUE, DONNA KAY BODGE, GLORY KAY BOGGS, HAROLD LEE BOLTON, WILLIAM ANTHONY W. A ', Q 'iff . ,if 7 Q, 'I -5 BEACH, CARL D. Scranton K - Tv-' - is BRANSON. MARTHA IEAN ,vi - Bonner springs 5-A , ' , BRANT, CAROL JEAN -wr? f 5, Lucas SN' E" H rf BREWER. KAREN LYNN L: Wichita r ian ' A -.TQ f BRIGGS, HELEN IANICE " , Reading I , L A BRIGGS, RUTH MARIE H V Q .I Topeka , . g - BROWN. IUDITH KAY Kansas City ' .. 1 " BROWN, TRERRON WILLIAM L -A f f Iunction City X". K Lap, 4 BRUNE, MARY LOU -,,?,,..vx V Q' Bethel ', N4' A Parker Americus Augusta Moline Osage City Valley Stream, N. Y. Emporia Sabetha Atchison Lebo Kansas City Madison Holton McPherson Nickerson Barnes Virgil Florence Waterville Logan Wellington Partis Emporia Lexington ...AIX it-fy, Vx EAP EIA A Q, ' 4 -A L N. K ' . iff M- fs. ' Q A--x , Y" ,, :. 55' tt BURCH, BARBARA RUTH BURCHEIELD, DELIA MARIE BURNETT, MICHAEL HOWARD BURRESS, ANNA LEE BYERS, IJLA CAIN, DORIS IEAN MILLER CALDWELL, MILDRED I., CAMPBELL, RONALD EUGENE CANFIELD, BILL CARPENTER, INA IANE CAUBLE. IALAYNE D. CHINN, DAVID LAWRENCE CHRISTIANSEN, NANCY SUE CLARK, LARRY Emporia Mz:Grew, Neb, Red Bank, N. I, Augusta Great Bend Emporia Emporia Concordia Pratt Abilene, Texas Mount Hope Iunction City Kansas City Conway springs CLASON, ARGL BENTON Burlington ciovsa, roi-IN Emporia COLTRIN, ROGER I.. Louishurg comsss. LARRY DEAN new CONYERS, MARY Lou Mmm COPPAGE, LOUIS Pontiac, Mich. CORCORAN, mm M. onqqu COULTER, GARY LYNN Oxford coYNz:, PENNY ANNE wicmm CRANE, GARY RALPH Severy I I l 4 so 'P' AA ' 'hw . ,X A :R if 1 f I P? .. r ' .' ,a ig 5 ii' ' I L. x - A L ' gy. .- 2 'rf' , Q, I V 'Q' N... -Q? B D ,Q 5.3 " '1 . , i . N- g 'K' v 6' 1'?""' J mi. " tl Xiu 'SS' .ff at . Q., 'il QQ A qs , xv I sz 'F-7 S.. 4,:f3g,X f CRAWFORD. IVA SUE Elmdale CRISS. IANICE LAVON Lo: Alamos, N. M. CRYIIER. LARRY F. Concordia DAVIDSON, DONNA IEAN Oak Hill DAVIS, MARIE ANN Liberal DAVIS, PATRICIA LEE Harper DAWE, TAMARA IOYCE Kansas City DeKEYSER, NANCY LOU Deerlield DILLER, IUDIE Belleville DINGWALL, W. RUTH Newton DOBBINS, DON P. Herington DODD, DONNA MARTHA Carter, Okla. 1 'E , ' 'W s - , X 3 T-N If 2.7 '. W ' A .-8.-S: I I I 4' A . N ffl' ,iw Q Ng' I AZ- - -AL V . KW It ga t v f Q52 I X. . ...1 - , bw f -pw- I an I if 4 K X -L fn. f ,rt .lf , -- L f I I' M, I ,.- A. ,.,, ' Q 245 f- T :- Mt fm I 's T ,K fir? G 2. Tcl' ,M +- ' 6- Iil I K ,L a.. J fa gh .f Q A .s i It X V I 4' . If .cs .e- , -L g -. I . ' 3 QQ, I' i f - 'Zi' will' was A 1' A C I N, I 'SQ-u-1" - A 3 I' XL 5 .. plain' I s if 'I i ,. 5 is X sm 1'1" 5 ,1 ,Arr -A x -. . ' Qsffvfy 1 an-A 5 f 9 L I A .pawns Maw 'W ' nr zf""i'-, 4? 97 ,L , -Q. ,g I.. i.- 1+-I ' ' 1-A M. V I 1 -E? "1 if A 'i' f . X IQ K . I f sf' 1 I-f O 4 246 GAEDDERT, MARGARET ANN Halstead GALLAGHER, MICHAEL PAUL Emporia GARDNER, MARY MARGARET Emporia GARRISON. ROSALIE Lewis GATES, DAVID CHARLES Kansas City GENTRY, NORMAN N. Ranloul GISI-I, GLEN L. Harper GOODWIN. CAROLYN SUE Great Bend GRECO, ROSE MARY Topeka GREEN. ROGER DAVID Eureka GRIEDER, V, CLINTON Olpe GRINLDITON, KAROLYN MARIE Atchison .I DODD, DOTTIE ANN Eureka DONOVAN, ANGELINE ROSE Morrawville DOWNING, KAREN RAE Deerfield DUBOIS, PATRICA ANN Halstead DURAN, ROBERT DANIEL Manler DYER. PHYLLIS I. Chapman EARNEST. NANCY ANN Wichita EDSON, DEAN Topeka EDWARDS, WILLIAM Bigelow EPTING, LINDA RAE Burlington ERDTMANN, MIRIAM ANN Great Bsnd ERICKSON, NAOMI IEANNE Mission EUSTACE. LORA ELIZABETH Wakeiield FALEN. SARA IANE Lose springs FENTON, IUDY LEE Osborne FENTON, WILLIAM Greenleaf FESER, CAROLINE FERN Norwich FILLMORE, CLYDE ALLEN Osage City FDWICKEN. THOMAS New Hyde Park, N. Y. FISCHER, GERALD ROBERT Emporia FISHER, IOSEPH WENDELL Kansas City FORRESTER, DAVID IOE Topeka FREY, IOHN E, Bern FUNK. LOREN IAY Hillsboro X f ' 48' If I Bk I 'Tl' gl , I X l asf", , I ki e I - gil I . ' n w . K Q' S L ' Y: L 1 I W fif' I k , 'im ...M Vai HALBEBT. MARY HELEN Memum , " , 49, AA' 0' 3 .. HAMMER, GAEL WARREN Burden 3 W' - ' I ki 'W 45- . I-IARMAN, IoE KinsXey - wg, , , , f I A j, HARRLS, ELIZAEETI-I ANN weIIsvIIIe wg v fi' ig, .1 .fry HARRIS, LILA LEONA Liberal - I HARRISON. SANDRA MARIE Sterling , ' L L, L, A FW gl , S im F I ,V I f. X ,Q , ...... HARTER, DQNNA MAE Bem .. W- A. f V HAvERcRoET, LoLA MARIE Pamidge gf , -I - ,' ,pe 'W ' WR I HAYS. ROBERT FRANK vugu A , gf' N L HEMMINGWAY, GARY LLOYD Dodge cny . , . - ,V -Lf HENDERSON, IOANN IOM E A . Ah I . I 1-F" , HENDRIcIcsoN, PAUL THOMAS Euxeka - I I fs- - L 9, 1 I - . HENIILE, LINDA IEAN weldu A I Q L A I-IENLEY, THOMAS CARL Spring Hill 1: fu 3' 'Q' ,' 5' -' 'KX " , I 49 'J I-IERMRECR, ABLO scan Empoxia 3 Wx ,L K HIEBERT, IAMES S. Newton up - ,If ,su -.QE HIGHTOWER, NANCY Emporia f " 33" g rg, I I-IILDEBRAND, WILLIAM GLENN Burlington R K . I Lf L II 1 .I-'-. 'EZ new K L A RL "f' .f, If-n ' HILLMAN, DAVID Eureka P L, A I rx HIND, LINDA LIANE Hartford 18 Q-I 'F 3, an 4 'XI " HOGLUND, IOAN LEE Park Form, III. . a Q 4. HoLMAN, MARCIA ELLEN Leavenworth ' fi, -Q. Q, HoIIsE, BETTY IO HAMMERS Emporia jg .... E' J HowELL, RITA IOAN Haven z A N- H , A Z Lx MS - .1 A HuDDLEsruN, IRA GEORGE W A fig ' W in HUG.:-IZMRIOEERT DEAN , fl 5 , Q Q' Lenexa I 'T .-- A IHDE. PATRICIA S1-IAVER I A ' Emporia I ' " .In Q I mf' l A - L xx INGERSON, MARY HELEN ni., Caney ' A 952 IRWIN, ROGER scorr . Copeland . I IAVIER, ELBA ELIDA ' T , ea I Guatemala ja -, L Till?-is , I .If-1 4 ' IENKINSON. IUDY M. " ' 1' 1 A ' A I Meade I Q - 0 9 6 Q A lOCHEMS. cARL IACOB il- . I ' A ,I A . Bucklin ,ik - :fl 5 Iol-iNsoN, LORETTA MAE if N ,f Madison I.-if , TQQVL f f KAINE, HELEN MARIE Q Wamego I . ' , 5 ,R KAISER, HAROLD LEE X E g McPherson Q" if " -Y IIAUEMAN, IACK 1 Salina , Q E I I -1 , I . Q tm , , S. it in MJ' ..e, ' f' . A A E, .21 A 'Q K' em-sf V ii ,Vw i 'mpg It E . Le . s. iid H r ,,, E Q . ga ' . Q! F, I- .H K .31 lgx Z is I ,me 1 W -1 Ref I ' I 43,52 .v-A? A A gf' 7' 'F 554' g V.,-KM 248 A wi, Q1 Qt 1 , N1xx.' A 'P"""" 4 1.1, LA. nr- I S-. v A 'U' LONGHOFER, Lebc LUGINSLAND. Americus LUTZ. DAVID olpe .UT 'Q Jn. QM A, LARRY RAY GENE CALVIN IOSEPH MCCAUSLAND, GARY MICHAEL Salina MCCOURT, DOROTHY KITTEN Atchison McELFRESH, ELEANOR LEE Emporia MCFADDEN, CARLENE IANETTE Staiford MCKEAN, NELLIE SUE Leavenworth MARKER, DENNIS KYLE Yates Center MARTIN, IOHN WH.LIAM Minneapolis MARTIN, PATRICIA LOUISE Princeton MATHESON, DENNIS LEE Augusta KELLER, CLAYTON WEYANT KENNEDY, BEVERLY ANN KEYES, SANDRA SUE KULK, ALLEN GREGG KLEIN, BEVERLY IEAN KNOCHE. ELEANOR GERTRUDE KOBETICH, BEVERLY IEAN KOPPES, GREGORY IOSEPH KOSTNER, IANIS DELIGHT KOWAISKI, ALICE KAY LAMBERT, E. GALEN LANTZ, BETTY LEE LARCADE, DeANNE LARSEN, ESTHER MARIE LAUBY, IANET LEANN LAUGHLIN, RUBY IO LEATON, STEPHEN IAMES LEEPER, IOYCE YVONNE LEISS, EUGENE HARVEY LEISS, GARRY VERNE LENNINGER, ROSEMARY LINDT, IORETTA ANNE LINEBARGER, IO HANNAH LIVINGSTON. NANCY ERLENE Q ,W .. X- , in 7 Z -5. Winfield Chase Wichita Emporia Peabody Spring Hill Manchester Waterville Kingman Emporia Cedar Point Chapman Independence, Mo. Emporia Kingman Wichita Salina Holton Greensburg Greensburg Olpe Kingman Emporia Sterling W w' F fix xy' w 'HL Q fx . f ,pq ag" A A -KV e . 'ywx gt N 24 A 'I 'A 'bw ,: ' f MAXSON. LOUETTA ALICE MEANS, RICHARD D. MEIER. IAY LYNN MELVIN, ROY METZDORF. IAMES NELSON MEYER, ANITA MARIE MILLER, RUSSELL DEAN MILLER. SYLVIA MAE MISER, LINDA IANE MITCHELL, DEE ANNA MOCK. PAULA SUE MODDELMOG, LYLE ALAN MOEGE, ALICE ROSE MOLES. IANET ESTRA MORRISON, NANCY MURRAY. IANET SUE NAEGELE, RALPH CRIS NAKAMURA, ROY NEAL, WILLIS GENE NICKEL, IUDY ANN NILSEN. IOHN THOMAS NOMURA, FRANCIS SAM NORMAN, IAY C. NOTESTINE, ROLAND NEIL Elwood Emporia Haven Emporia Emporia Overland Park Emporia Holton Cottonwood Falls Troy Reece Palmer Reece Humboldt Emporia Soldier Ellsworth Los Angeles, Calif, Hoisington Whitewater Lawrence Los Angeles, Calii. Eureka Pretty Prairie -iiij. My '13 I ' 'K - F f, I I , L . R' ' S Qljtakw xi K .l,1 K - I - Q.,,e,l 6, gn ,. Us , I A 2 I lx -Q., I-22' Y-so 5 Q LA M N " 71 ' 4 C., ' g K F1 'F' 1 if X 'QT' x A-an ff fi 'N . 1 'WI-kg., ,x - It sz., 'w.....e. f xo ,Lk A 'E . ,, , I af f' sl A Q X 'QP OLSON, RICHARD EDWARD Clifton OISON, RONALD LEE Burlington OYLER. IANET PAYE Norwich OYLER, IANIS M. Norwich PAUGH, MYRON DWAIN Ottawa PEDIGO, RONALD VIRGIL Genesee PERKINS, IOSEPH WRIGHT Kansas City PERRY. BILLY GEORGE Little River PILKINGTON. IAMES IVIE Pratt POST. WILLIAM CARL Stafford PULLEY, LAWRENCE ROGER. IR. Mission PURCELL. IEANETTE MARIE Ulysses 'U 'V gg Q. .. 49 1 .Q I 42413 he I , GM U ,,,?,,.,1giiZ Q 1h vi sf I 'il F ff'.l- A I 53' fl' ,X 12' 6 ,T Q L, it p I . , I L , Q nf.. 1 ' 0. 5: gifs' W' ' A t I . 2 A , A A A x " W, , . - "5 A tg .fl ny., 'fi'-Wilg N -' if I ' - Q A I x fi A M I X - I I 4 f qs 'ki' is 'QP ' 7 4 ,K F , . , 1 K Q . ,Ll , if AA 5 - , ...my -.W I "--.., . f in L' x, I 1 2 4:4 QF I at - -I A ' I is S? f fAs,x tv .W -n. - m n ' W I I f- - 1 ,I X , ., .AM 4. f ai A 4 .xi I . .. V I f - , Q. ta an M X R. "' -N' ' 5' X f mf ' -Ii . C' W I, fi if A it LM . SCHROFF, MONA GAYLE McPherson SCHWALM, ROY EDGAR Baldwin SEIL. IACQUELYN KAY Wichita SHAFT, IOHN DWAYNE Mattield Green SHAW, KENTON Enterprise SHERROD, LORETTA Goodland SHOEMAKE, MELBA DARLENE El Dorado SINCLAIR, PATRICIA ANN Herington SKIBBE. IERALD DUANE Marion SKILLETT. IACKIE DEAN Burlington SMETHERS. IOHN W, Kincaid 250 SMITH, SHIRLEY Kansas City PYLE, IOHN HENRY Hamlin RADER, SANDRA LEE Wilsey RADKE, WILLIAM EDWARD Hoisington mucurr, wssuzr KENT Hamilton asm. Pmmcm mm-1 Goodland mzmrno, RAYMOND man sevefy REUSSER. IENNIS ELAINE Mulvane RIAL. FLORENCE MARIE Mission nmiczn, nomnn LEE Merriam msn, common musm Muncie ROGERS, MIRIAM IEANNE Lansing ROLLER. DONNA Holton RULE. IUDY Herington RYLAND, GARY M. Greenleaf SALISBURY, LARRY LEON St. Marys smmsns. ARMAND DEAN Lyndon SAWYER, CONNIE LOU Wichita SAWYERS. ION D. Emporia SAWYERS, DONITA KAY Protection SCHEIDT, WALTER PATRICK Salina scnrsssuma, P1-m.L1s mince Hope SCHLETZBAUM, IUDITH ANN Atchison SCI-IROEDER. LQVERNE HENRY Tipton SCHROEDER, LYLE ROBERT Green Y 'Sa nz- , in , K at ' -, -... I Q Q., . A K I L My X 1 . , -fx 'tae 4:-' 5 'R 5 1 I Ji, - tn.. L33 in saw- I I if Al --f :-"' N 6. vga , , J Q. 3? I in ,.tQss L, ,W ., ,,Vk K x, L. 1 ln. - - A I X V mf ,F Q 'Th A 4 N V ,W .. SNEARY. ROY GEORGE SOLOMON, TERRY I. SRAIER, DONALD EUGENE STEELE, MARY TODD STEVENSON, SHERYL LEE STOLFUS, CAROL ANN STOTTS, GARY LEE STRAIT. WILLIAM GEORGE STUCKY, PAULA IEAN SULLIVAN, DALE ROBERT SUTTON. RONDA GAYLE SWENDER, CLYDE KENNEDY TAYLOR. BEN DeWAYNE TESTORFF IOY DIANE THOMAS, KENNETH EDWARD THOMAS, WARREN RUSSELL THOMPSON, NORMAN LeROY THORNBERG, NETA FRANCIS THORNE, GLENDA IRENE UNRUH. GLENN EUGENE VALLIER, FRED EUGENE VESTAL, GARY ROGER VIAR, IANIS ELAINE VIGOLA, RICHARD LEE f Raven Emporia Tampa Kinsley Kansas City Emporia Emporia Concordia Attica Hoisington Emporia Strong City Yciles Center Wichita Honolulu. Hawaii Emporia Harper 1-mi City Lebo Council Grove Irving Moline Council Grove Osage City J y' S arf ...I 53' fp ii L. Y-31' V sl-I 4 HN" V 1 L LL 5 lA " gy 45' 4 vt ' 'x i '7 ,L - Q AL Q .L I. xi' am ps ac 6? , iv ,V .,' L ' T-rf vs- 14, ' 'M Q, I 4 2 -.Mi . A, W Ie ,fa smtp If-,fs ' fm p m " 'Er'N R- . 5. 4 A L Al ii Q- GZ 0 l is Q wi , li iiii, in . I 322 M 5 6, url R, we . slss I 1. 4 sk 4 Y 4. gi ,a ' W' 1 ,,,,, , 1: E -A gr" i 35 tr ' I I S WAGAMAN, DEANNA MARIE Dodge City WALKER, DENNIS ARVIN Ottawa WALKER. ITM St, lohn WALLACE. FRANCES l. Staiford WALSH. IANET CAROLYN Collyer WARD, LARRY WALLACE Virgil WATSON. FRANCES LEE Kansas City WEDEL, KAREN KAY Moundridge WEIDMAN, ALVD1 L. Sylvan Grove WEDIGARTNER, THOMAS LA Westphalia WEIRICH, SHARON KAY Council Grove WEISER, PATRICIA LEE Topeka WRENCE 251 Q Fl N E 1 'ru aw, -an no V vs... ,, ,N ' Q. ,. sg, Rf my is Q V K R, lr 'K I lv LZ y Ab -M . V I , y QE! JJ. 1:7 idk N. 'WE 1: - , W- ,E I ' N A 11" X fy gg - ' z: ,I wgfx . - '--f ' fly' ' he WENDLING, IOSEPH IAMES WENE. VERONA S. WESTBROOK, LUCILLE F. WILHELM, DON CLAIRE WILLIAMS. PATRICIA WILLIAMS, RICHARD JAY WILLIS, IOI-IN DAVID WILLS. IUDITH DEANNE WILSON, BARBARA KAY WINTERS, MARIETTA WINTERS, MYRNA SUE WITTMAN, DEANNA IANE WORCESTER, SHARON KAY YOCUM, GEORGE LEO ZERENER, IAN LEE ZOSCHKE. DARLENE ANN Gary Sherrer and Dick McCall assist cheerleader, Mary Iohnson in promoting school spirit. Olpe Harper Peabody Russell Paola Emporia Emporia Beloit Leuverxworlh Reece Reece Pomona Americus Emporia Cheney Archison 1 rw- Mg..a sas-:aw if, am,.m,.1, . iw Jmim The talents of any class are varied, but the lunior Class can boast of talents from de- bating ability to roping, fancy-style. .ht 254 ' x AEBI, SANDRA IO Enterprise AIKENS, KATHRYN ANNETTE Wilsey ALEXANDER, KAREN TEANETTE Geneseo V 'N ll" , ,Q 63 X 'R 1 A 7" ' I ,B ag, ,, vin,-1 x.-Sl , 5 fig V. t J' as ff?-it A p g, Q if fig, . g,,,,, " WA 1 x QW S-nf . A l t 5 Z V Q Q 3 s AA I P , A . an Q R BARNES, DONNA LQVON BARNES, OSCAR EUGENE BARR, ELMA BARRETT, HARRY WELDON BASS, CARLITA K. BATES, LOREN EUGENE BAUMGARTNER, WILLIAM BEAGLEY, MELVIN LYNN BECKER, KAREN MAURINE ALLISON, DAVID EDWARD, IR. EDWARD ANDERSON, IAMES ANDERSON, IEAN ANDERSON, IOHN HUGHES APPLEBEE, IIMMIE LEE ARMEL, GLORIA FRANCES ARNETT, FRANCIS EDWARD BAILEY, DONALD CLARK BALLARD, MARSHALL PAUL, IR. Mullinville Emporia Lamed Emporia Marion Emporia Wellington Stallord Arkansas City CHARLES " my , 'Q 4 BELFIELD, KAY FRANCES A 1 A L BINGMAN, KIRKER DEAN xzf BONEWITZ, NORMA IEAN ' E 'V kg. , I BRADFORD, LARRY LEE -: fl!!! G A B, '- 11 BRINKMAN, BARBARA ANN . n t J' W , A L BRITTAIN, IIMMIE IO l Riu -va K'!.l'f" A 4 . T' BROWNING, PAULINE RUTH BUCK, DONALD L. BULKLEY, MARGIE ALICE f -,fi I " I i li L- - VN ' 'Q' ,k. , ' 'I' Augusta Burlington Emporia Kansas City, Mo. Hunter Humboldt Waverly Lebo Delphos -cr te. uh 1. 2- .. K it .IX 'ln T M I AL 'S W, .fx Lf-are 9' 9 I or ' 43 ,. ,N el., , 23 B '1 . Emporia Highland Wichita Emporia Olpe Noel, Mo. Emporia Emporia Wichita 255 CALLAGHAN, BERNARD IOSEPH CARPENTER, LARRY C. CASEBEER, KELVIN DWIGHT CHAMBERLAIN, LARRY LEE CHAMBERS, SHERYL GAY CHUMLEY, IAMES W. CLARK, RALPH ELWYN CLARK, ROBERT DAVID COOK, DELORES IANE i are I I 'F ' 1 ' , ':" ,gg 5.. 5 Y Q yy , gg- 'ax 1' , 256 ,typ 1 I ' DAHARSI-I, FLOYD A. DAY, ROBERT LYNN DELICH, DAVID LEE DELLINGER, DEAN ED DLOUHY, IOSEPH FELIX DOCHOW, IERRY DEAN DRINKWATER, MYRON DALE DRYDEN, RUTH OLIVE DRYDEN, SHIRLEY ANNE Turner Seneca Hugoton Oxford Wellington Ellinwood Lebo Conway Springs Burrton COOPER, BARBARA ANN CORDON, ELEANOR NADINE COUNTS, KEITH WILLIAM COX, GERALD BRUCE CRAIG, ADA RUTH CRAIL, BEVERLY GRACE CRAWFORD, LEON CROSS, IUDITH KAY CURTIS, SUSAN MARIE Emporia Iunction City Kansas City Bucyrus I-Iolyrood Concordia Centralia Paola Emporia 4 ' 43 'Hn-A Y Q Ay? fi '56 46? k I Q in nb 25 It gt, mf My 1 swf Z if if , .iffffs A 1 - .I 2' .5 rw? ,R , -. 1, E I' Q 'r I 'Q , .1 vi. ,,. . new Cheney Wetmore Madison Augusta Eureka Parsons Russell Kansas City Stafford J 1 1 ,,g A fs 5 , of K, 'tzu A K 1 - 1 it L .a N 'K no as I if . Ya ,. 1 -"Mx 4 ,R A , G' Q - , Q DUNCAN, BETTY JOAN Oscwutomie 1 if , 5 EATON, KEN L. Emporia 1' 'Q' . ECKER, DONALD L. Emporia Q gk, , EHLERS, LORETTA MAE Caldwell EIKER, LARRY EUGENE Liberty, Me. I I EMERSON, MARIE PEARL Liberal .. , A I r I . '01 ENOs, KATHRYN VIRGINIA se. Marys F ' A L. -A ERICKSON, M. LOUISE Olathe fr- I-. I A EVANS, DAVID E. Lebo EARRNEY, KENNETH EUGENE I-Iurerurrearr 've 4:-A PARLEY, AUSTIN GENE Osuwatomie aw , A FARR, RITA PEDIGO Eureka " " X Q' EI - EELTNER, RAYMOND LAWRENCE Burlington 'F 5 5, I EERRELL, IEANETTE E. Topeka X SM , FLAIR, IAN Montezuma K 'W' I 0 FLEMING, ELFREDA MAY Council Grove Q V SX 'C 5 FOELGNER, CONSTANCE Meareirre Lodge . . , ,X FREERKSEN, GLEN MARVIN' Emporia , A 1 ' su- rf ,qu ' 6. 5 'E ERISCH, MARGUERITE CATHERINE Westphalia ' I 4, EROESE, LYLE Buhler ' A Q7 GANGEL. MARY AGNES Lauieburg Na! X I GOSSER, ROSETTA Emporia i 'W GRABER, GERALDINE Pretty Prairie , I Q ,Q l -M P GREEN, CHESTER ALLEN Harper A GRIESI-IAEER, RAYMOND WAITE se. Mary's E. wr ,I GROEP, RONALD RAY Ouver g , I f we GUMR, JERRY D. Carlton I A if . -I , 3 257 GUNKEL, CALVIN L. Emporia HAAG, DELORES NICKLAUS Hartford HALL, RICHARD FULTON Russell HAMILTON, PHYLLIS LORRAINE Olpe HAMMAN, HARLAN MARION Emporia HAMMER, LOIS VIRGINIA El Dorado HAPP, A. HOWARD Palmer HAROLD, ELLIS NORMAN Emporia HARRRINGTON, ROBERT WILLIAM Wichita N HART, DELBERT MERLE A 'T Q gr "' HART. ROBERTA GANNETT A 5, , HART, SANDRA JEAN i , HARTER, 1oHN EDWIN I sw' 41" ig, .U HASSLEH, CARL SAMUEL -f HAUN, WILLIAM EUGENE Qi, A . 'W A ,.- c K Q - i A 4. .nl -ga se' f 1. ri l 258 HEADRICK, MARY F. HEANEY, ROBERT ANTHONY HEIDEBRECHT. IANET CRAYLE HETRICK, SANDRA KAY HIGBY, BETTY CORALEE HILTBRUNNER. DON HOOT HODGES, RUSSELL ELDEAN HOLLORAN, CHARLES GUY HONMA, SADIE M. HAYES, GEORGE IOHN HAYWOOD. GERALD ROBERT HEABERLIN, DAVID FRANKLIN Stotesburg, Mo. Hempstead Emporia Pratt Fowler, Colo. Bushton Reading Garnett Emporia fav- gxl, seq. .,,. ':"' A H.. W ' gl I 0 -. 'I 3' X 1 x L , Q i W V cp , A-if I VA' I: K . by I I- r' if Q 5 I . fx W I if Y K . -nn TQ., -.-:.., Hutchinson Lyons, N. Y. El Dorado Bern Chapman Topeka Bethpage, N. Y. Fowler Iunction City VM . wt! . ' A nga'-A Q 12' 6' . fi- '-ZY5 ...e 'AH n I X I ll - W E. 'L kit I 3,3 an 9, 4, HOYT, REITA CAROLYN Hsin Q- 9, A ay, , HUGGINS, J. JQANNE 'mb gg- INKANISH, GLORIA ANN iw ' .. rr: , IVEY, PAULA JEAN J , "' JOHNS, GERALDINE , gk A ,xi IOHNSON, CAROLYN JEAN I VX ,c Q ,, 'fir' Q I . , ' I.. .Al . , ,N Q, xy JOHNSON, RICHARD EUGENE in -A JOHNSON, ROY VERNON ,L 2 Q' JOHNSON, SIGNIE CAROL 'N A 4. JOHNSTON. RHONDA MARIE Emporia IONES, MARY LOU Reading IORDAN, DON ARTHUR Geneseo KAKOGAWA, BOB M. Hawaii KASTOR, NANCY KEAZER Emporia KEIRNS, LARRY LEROY Cummings KELLEY, EVERETTE EUGENE Harford KING, HERBERT ROGER Independence KING. LARRY EUGENE Lamea 3 ,V , "' 1. A 9, 4 KING, ROSALIE t sf yi, Q KINGSBURY, PHYLLIS JEAN -- 4... , iI I ... KIRKPATRICK, JUDY ANN A , A KLEIN, NOEL M. y I f N ya, "7 'Q KNAAK, JOHN EDWARD if KOCH, JAMES , , I" I ii' fl I , A' ,l KOEHN, KENNETH LLOYD C am, 5 KOGL, CLIFFORD GERALD Aga! A jg y A' KONARIK, ALFRED D. .1 q R Ford Wichita Hutchinson Ottawa Elmdale Arkansas City DuBois, Neb. K i Osczwatomie Norton e.. . 1:7 A Q-J Ai I .gi 'L' 'E' ig, 3.-y Qi 51 Ulysses Abilene Nickerson Hutchinson Hillsboro Hartford Ulysses Atwood Emporia 259 1 260 at I Q-ei" I Ss Q ,Q A ,Q ,Q- LACEY, LOUIS ROBERT Caldwell LANGE, EVELYN MARIE Cummings LARMER, LARRY Topeka LAUBHAN, LaVERN EDWIN Durham LAWRENCE, KATHRYN ALICE Williamstown LEGG, GLENDA M. Hutchinson LEITZ, MYRON ELDON Eskridge LIND, ALMA Lyons, N. Y. LOCKHART, MELBA IEAN Burlingame 'HY :Z LOHRENGEL, DONALD HAY L ' , LONG, PHYLLIS IRENE gif' , MCBURNEY, KATHRYN ELIZABETH Q y wi. I by in MCECHRON, DIANNA MARIE MCKENZIE, ROBERT MEADE f" I Q4 MCMULLEN, LINDA DARBY Ol .M yy y W, MARHENKE. DONALD D. MAUDERLY, MARY LOU MEADOWS, CHARLES ARTHUR f 'Q 'nv ...f .Lib MEHL, BETTY IEAN Abilene MILNE, IAMES FRANKLIN Sedgwick MOEDER, MILDRED Garden City MOORE, DAVID ALLEN Hiawatha MOORE, PHYLLIS IEAN Council Grove MOREY, DeANNA IEAN Shawnee MUCKENTHALER, IAMES F. St. Mary's MURRAY, PATRICIA IOAN Herington MUSTOE, NANCY LEA Peabody Q , if C -tt.. , ,f fi.. 1 3: 5 ii, , fl sl I Q it ., 'vw .QA fp Kansas City El Dorado Caney Pratt Emporia Emporia Eureka Strong City Sedan I Fw ,sy Nlv X Q u. LAI KAL , iff K ' 11 I V ' , i 'gf fit, L A. , mf. y ,F il I ,gy L 1. Abilene Wichila Russell Sterling Haddam Morganville Emporia Emporia Emporia "' 5 5, ina ,J 'Q.....y' -Xa 5' If S I A g an ,, , Y Q MYERS, KATHERINE ANNE , L ,V 5 A NEWLIN, FORREST ARTHUR , A fryw I gg, NOHWOOD, GERALD LEE 'Er kj wk.. ,, . 1 f l an-Q ODEN, ROBERT L. , L, E.. ODGERS, GERALD CARL I . are me-., OETLINGER, GARY MARMON .hx B 3? 'K fin I , ffl O'NEAL, ORLESS WILLIAM I x- O'NEAL. VIRGINIA ANN fl? I "-if OSBORNE, RALPH LEE PALMER, KERMIT GLENN Topeka PARKER, ORMOND IERRY Emporia PARRY, PATY IO El Dorado PATTON, DELORES ANN wqllon PERKINS, KENNETH DEAN Russell PERRY, LORNA LEE Waverly POE, IOHN WILBER Garden City PRATT, ETHEL ANN Caldwell OUICKEL, LARRY HERBERT Clovis, N. M. l in Ez: RADER, HANNAH ELIZABETH M ,L ,K RAMIREZ, SAMUEL A W I 1 .,,l RANDELS, LAURA '15-f V I , 4-ffl ,-4-S , ,,,, ,, RAUGEWITZ, ERNEST EMIL , ' -1 , REGAN. EDWARD CHARLES Sz- , ,,, REICHARDT.DON GENE l ,AA lin .K 'I dv! " Q 5 f l RESSLER, REX ELLIS I RHOADES, SHARON K. f RICHARDS, GARY L, - il, R S A cr., L, 'ti' 1 Q - ,S fs. R-S .5 E' 5... l Al V IX ' -x 'ug X I as -iw 'fa-': E Plainville Emporia Kiowa Centzalia Kansas City Emporia Wellington Wakeeney Mulvane 261 We RIDGE, RICHARD DEAN RINGER, PATRICIA HELEN ROBINSON, DOUGLAS G. ROBINSON, KAY UTTERBACK ROI-IRER, RICHARD LEE RONEN. IAMES M. ROWAN, AMYDELL RUSSELL, IEANETTE COLLEEN RYLAND, SANDRA KAY Emporia Hutchinson Florence Caldwell Hutchinson St. Iohn Mulvane Marion Caldwell at 4' A 262 I A YT 54 A 46' 4? f. 9-as is-x , .,,. sk? ihiv g Q I A SANBORN, DONNA LOU SANBORN, IOHN P. SANDERS, EDDIE IOE SANDERS, STEPHEN HOLMES SAN ROMANI, AMELIA IANETTE SANTEE, MARILYN SUE SCHMELZER, IUDY K. SCHMIDT, IANET MARIE SCHWEIZER, ALBERT HARRISON SCHWEIZER, DOROTHY MAE SCHWINDT, MARGARET ANN SCHWINN, MYRON EDWIN SCOTT, ROBERT DALE SEAGER, RONALD LLOYD SEIBEL, CAROL IANETTE SELLS. IIMMY LEE SHADEL, MARY IANE Westphalia Olpe Easton Madison Emporia Leoti Reading Sabetha SHANER, ARLINE ANN ANDERSON Emporia gy :A Q3 .. '52 . 0 0 f ff 'R 'Exif ,xg . X QL LAL Sedan Emporia Pratt Emporia Wichita Halstead Hutchinson Goessel Westphalia 5 ,,w rf ,.q,,,w ' g , IQ ,,c,,, M I It A, , It 6 IL .,.., I I gifs, R 'ef f ww.. I ' - if ' ...f -Gi A I M ng ' Q mv K ..-.-,.l, ., Wig, 1 Q If 1 K 'K -f L A I far 'QF' fit, I mv Q, lk 2f gg, ,.W" 4:9 Q' L A ' 2 X K VV. + .. HU' Q 'ir' 'V' . .iw , , .,.:. ' '1 'mm .4 , , ae, f,, X fir' qv- Q Q35 I ex- SHARP, GLENN C. SHAVER, WILMA IONES SHAW, KAREN ELAINE SHEPHERD, SONDRA KAYE SHIMABUKURO, STANLEY MINORU SHIZURU, THOMAS AKIRA SHRADER, RAYMOND EUGENE SIMMONS, MARY PFEIFFER SIMMONS, ROBERT RAY SLAYMAKER, RONALD LEE Emporia SMITH, LINDA SUE Emporia SPEARS, TYCKE GEORGE Lawrence SPURGEON, ROBERTA FAE Wilmore STANDER, WAYNE RAY Wilsey STANLEY, HARRY RICHARD Emporia STORMONT, JANET ROSE Wakita, Okla. STOUT, SARAH MARGARET Emporia STRAHM, MERLIN PAUL Sabetha 'R 4 . K' . ri: STRANATHAN, VIRGINIA NORINE I W V K, SUMMERVILL, MARION E. Sf' .f - SWABBY, LARRY GENE 'V-qw! ' 1:23 , A , 11 . 12 ,if , V 135, ..- os. V '- SWARTZ, DAVID MICHAEL 'f K , vi, ,ggi SWENSON, SONIA CHARLOTTE VV TAKARA, YASUO, WAIPAHU, OAHU I , V , Q f 3 ffl? '-Q . KS v V " .sh VL TAKESHITA, CLYDE T. 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YOUSE, DUANE WILLIAM IR Seneca Forsyth, Mo. Atchison Olathe Sitka Overland Park Holcomb Westphalia Emporia ,E 3 'I at A ix V 7 i. You -, KKAV ml. ., ' 32' . 5 ' I .P ,., 1. I I V' . A 1 24 5 ' I XY, W I L., I 4' Q-, , if E 5 Emporia Burroak Arlington Ottawa Emporia McPherson St. Iohn Hoisington Florence 5 gs ,Y YQ' if li ' I All YYIV fl ' 1' iz ' ' ,, In 4 gg ' I an-I ,I Mg 43 I 'S AI To I I '24 xt I ewlcm 266 Spring cmd summer at Emporia State means water- melon ieed time. Studying is an integml pmt ot lite at Emporia Stcxte. There are just three ot ways that students have found to do that studying. I L ADAM. IOHN IAMES Sterling R , . gg Q Business Education . V ' V ' V ADAMS, IUDITH ANN Wichita i ? 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Hiawatha Men's Physical Education: lndustrial Arts ' BOYLE, IOHN PATRICK Kansas City Social Science BOYS, KATHRYN ALICE Wichita English BRADFORD, IERRY VERNER Stigler, Okla. Business Distributive Education BRADLY, RALPH EUGENE Mound City Biological Science: Social Science BREITHAUPT, IOHN IAY Wichita Business Administration BROOKS, LAYMON IAY Emporia English BROWN, IEROME FRANK Emporia Men's Physical Education: Social Science BRYAN, BRUCE ALAN Burden Business Education BUCKLESS, IOHN LLOYD Centralia Business Education BUEKER. GEORGE RICHARD Newton Business BURNELL, ORVILLE CLAYTON Emporia Education BURNS, PATRICIA STEVENS Overland Park Business BURNS, ROBERT W. Emporia Business Management e . V.-,ks 4. L., I ,xr st., 4-Q A, he he 'vs TJ R-Y, A . 4 C Wm y , Z 3 ,tx """' It -U i A-awe' xw . .. X in-f I t gl an-S L. 'PT' 1 'rl 2, , L y D, Q 5 'Ui t.. L, 1 2 ,' 4 1531 269 W , 3 , y BURRI, CAROL IEANNENE Bushong - , I ,. . Q53 ' Art fi ,. -19' .H N . i' O CAIN, THOMAS R. 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NEIL Topeka Social Science Q ' CROSS, IAMES LAMBERT Kansas City, Mo. kv, X' - Men's Physical Education: Social Science A R' CRUMB, LLOYD DANIEL Waverly , Business Education -in 'R CULBERTSON, IAMES MAX Fredonia A 4' ,I Men's Physical Education: Social Science: Mathematics y , ,:, CUNDITH, HORACE EDWARD Sterling Q. Accounting ' ic I ' S CUNNINGHAM, LINDA MAY Kansas City 'E Mfg, English: Speech I A DARNALI., CLAYTON N., Ir. Emporia Social Science DAVIES, IOHN CHARLES Emporia Business DAVIS, BILL DAVID Iunction City Biological Science: Physical Science DAWDY, RICHARD HAROLD DECKING ER, IAMES Industrial Arts LEE Education DeFORREST, EDWARD D. Art DELFORGE, CLARENCE I. English DELFORGE, MILDRED PETRICK DENGEL, WALTER L. DENTON, LORRAINE English Retailing ELIZABETH Biological Science DETTMER, MARY LOU Art DIRKSEN, PHYLLIS IOAN Biological Science DODSON, ORVILLE LEE Industrial Arts: Mathematics DUFFORD, MARILYN IEANNE Business Education DUNCAN, ROBERT S. Business Management DUVANEL, FRANK DALE EDWARDS, IACK K. EMERT, DARRYL A. Industrial Arts Accounting Business Administration EVANS, ELIZABETH IANE Secretarial Training FARNSWORTH, DAVID LEE FISHER, GARY MAX Business Education Music Bern Wichita Emporia Iunction City Caldwell Abilene Elk City Emporia Hutchinson Denison Minneola Eureka Benton Hutchinson Sebetha Rulo, Neb. McPherson Emporia ina an 'SX in .IFN .3 he 's-'ly I""Q -aw ,Q f 4' ,xx .I ,.... 4235- awe' if !'f'l'7 S .E f . st? 1 -. ., 6 Q R v s aw E '31-"3 it I A I I 'Q L A . :A lc 'S is AL. 'Q , .gt A t it 1 Q-H I if . fi' C 2. . 'sg I ""' N fe: ' sf A 3 . if L I 4 I 271 , I 9 5 " ,gy 4, , '. 1 .45 g f I .V ,N -. ue., 3 so to s ,g x 'Q M '., A xkyr -g Q is 1 in ... gut J K . Q as , 'rs fl- I Q I 'fy .,.,1 I . 4 i A IA ?3ff t"f' 5, 1 , ' 1 A 9' """ , it W 69 " ' gi Nil gc, Ru fx 1 ., 3' 1 A L: M kg LL Aq" H ' I E -, an lg? I Q' Qfi A ' I 5? 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CARLENE Peabody Elementary Education HARDEN, EVERETT ALBERT Nickerson Industrial Arts: Social Science HARRIS, CAROLE SCHOONOVER Emporia Education HARRIS, IOHN DAVID Mount Hope Industrial Arts: Men's Physical Education HARROD, LAUREN WESLEY Yates Center Men's Physical Education: Social Science HART, WILLIAM DENNIS Hutchinson Business Management HARTMAN, ROSALIE M. Isabel Business HAYES, IAMES LEE Hutchinson Men's Physical Education: Social Science HELLMER, ERNEST A. Westphalia Social Science HENNINGSEN, MYRNA LEAH Di ""1s HENRY, CARL NOEL ' - Laurel, Neb. Michigan Valley Physics HISS, PATRICIA ANN Great Bend Elementary Education HOBROCK, BRICE GORDON Natoma Chemistry HOFFINE, PATRICIA ANN Linwood Elementary Education HOFFMAN, LaVERN CHARLES Marion Education HOLLADAY, IAMES CLINTON Towanda Accounting HOLLEMBEAK, GERALD ELMO Emporia Social Science HOLLEMBEAK, NIKI STAMBACH Emporia Business Education HONMA, HIROSHI Kaumakani, Hawaii Elementary Education HOUSE, PAGE MERRILL Clearwater Business Management HOWARD, CECIL R. Mulvane Art HUDSON, ELIZABETH LOUISE Kanopolis Business Education HUDSON, LOIS ANN Kanopolis Business Education " K 15' 'QT is XI' 4, fe? in 172 t' L. Q, 00 ag-.L - X1 , I-wk ,gmt we. I wx .. X 5:71 .. 'fixdfifiiii Inlay 4. 'Y' . . Q: ,' 3' 'iw JQ, of Q fs-R we ' 'Y I H -if me I ,. Q I K i 1 1- ZW L pv- wg'- ' k,L,,y I .. .. ,J 273 ' HUFF, HAL MARTLING Emporia Education H' is HUGHES, WILLIAM JAMES Kansas City ,.:- Q M -,. 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Elementary Education LEHMAN, CARL WILLIAM Chemistry LEMMON, PATRICIA SUE Elementary Education LILLEY, ROBERT WAYNE Business Education LIND, DERALD ARVIN Physics: Mathematics LINDHAL. CHARLES WARREN Elementary Education LOECKLE, PHYLLIS Elementary Education LONG, LOREN GLEN Men's Physical Education LONG, VIVIAN ANN Home Economics LOOMIS, CARLA IEANNE Business Education Hawaii Marion Holton Elmdale Emporia McPherson Lihue, Hawaii Axtell Abilene Kiowa Topeka Aiea. Hawaii Carlton Plainville Eureka Emporia Nickerson Iunction City Abilene Waverly Emporia it f, Z R '44 yi 'ali its IWW AW' 5 '? 11 -. M . Q an 2 L. Mk I .P if-f , .A if K GI 4. ' I 4-.4 1 b A ti ' be K 3' .Al as Q R ..,, 5: ., I B I x 275 dns. W W, N .,LVr I ,, . ie M L A 7 , ,, a 9' ' fn- WZ' T df L 276 461 .jx ..,,,5fx f 1 A "vi:-.QV 4, XM 1 rf' 'x fir bf' 5 wt Q'- if If Qt fi ,X ff lx C' f 'P ': 81 'cr - A.A: ':..-re . ft? I -,. ew- ' R - ax I "-' Y-mtv, Q .,. in 35" 'ff' Q teh 1 fs- it 4' ff . is 1. 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Great Bend Speech MARTIN, IUDITH ANN Sedan Business Education MAYBERRY, DONALD GLENN Harper Mathematics MERRIFIELD, IOHN STANLEY Bunker Hill Industrial Arts: Mathematics: Physical Science MILHON, RICHARD Hutchinson Music MII..LER, CONSTANCE MARDEE Pratt Business Education MILLER, FREDERICK ELWOOD Howard Speech MILLER, HAROLD LISTER Elmdale Speech A MILLER, PAULA LOU Newton Social Science: Mathematics MINNIS, DONNA DEE Stafford Elementary Education MINOR, MELVIN GALE Arlington Social Science: Business MOFFIT, GAIL LOUISE DeSoto Elementary Education MOLES, MARVIN LEE Emporia English: Spanish MONNINGER, NORMA LE Montezuma Music MOON, YOUNG IUNE Pusan. Korea Physics MOORE, DONALD EUGENE Emporia Music MOORE, RICHARD KENNETH Olpe Men's Physical Education: Social Science MORFITT, DAVID GENE Emporia Physics: Mathematics MYERS, G. EVAN Dodge City Social Science: Mu ic NANCE, IANICE ANN Ellinwood Elementary Education NEAL, IIMMIE E. 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Annette ...........,...,... ,..,,,,,, 1 97,230 Alderson, Larry .......,..,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 9 2,148 Alexander, Gwenneth ...... Alexander, Karen .......... Allen, Constance ...... Allen. Karen ............ Allender, Earl ............. Alley, Dan Tumer ..... Allison, Beverly ...... Allison, David ....... Allison, Patricia ..,.. Amerine, Marcia ....... Ames, Ioseph ,......... Amsrud. Patricia ......., Berry, Glen .......,,..... Anderson, lames .......... Anderson, lean ..,......,.,.,,,, Anderson Iohn Hughes ...... Anderson Laura M. ......,..,, . 135,193,244 .......... 268 244 .. ...Y,...,................ 230 149,151,173,256 154.244 139,194,230 167,l75,181,256 256 zse 230 Anderson, Mary ....,.,.......,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 99 Anderson, Ralph Emerson ,,,,,,,,, 268 Androes, Bonnie Lou ..,........... ....,...,,,,, 1 93,230 Anstrom, Cynthia ....,,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 44 Appl. Marilyn .....,............ 137,187,l99,230 Applebee, Iimmie ..,,.......,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 S6 Appleby, Ieanne Pauline ..... ...,.. 1 62,198,230 Arbuthnot, Richard .,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,K , 263 Armel, Gloria ......,.,..,..,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 56 Arnett. Francis Edward .,...,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 34,256 Amold, Wendell ...,..,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 68 Asquini, Roberto Pedro .l.... .,,.., 1 32,161,284 Atherly, Glenn ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 45 Athon, Iames ......,...,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 41 Atterberry, Marlys ,,.,...,..,, Auerbach, Neil Lewis .......... Austen. Gloria ...............,,,....,,.,,,, B Backstrom, Carol ,..,..., ........,,,,,. Baehr, David ............ Baehr, Phillip ...... Bahnmaier, Iohn .,.,. Bahr, Arlin .......,..,... Bailey, Donald ....... Bailey, LeRoy ...,..,,.,,,, Baintef, Lewis Max ...,... Balch, Gary ....,..,......,. Balch, Priscilla ......., Ball, Iudy ......,.,,,,.,,,,,,, Ballard, Marshall ....... Ballentine, Larry .,...... Banister, Barham ...,.. Banning, Cecil ........ Banning, Eunice .......,.. Barkyomb, Barbara ...... Barnard, Carol ........... Barnes, Barnes. Barnes, Bames. Barnes. Barnes, Barnes, Barnett Bamett, Ann ......,,,..,.. Betty Lou ...... Donna ........ Eleanor ...., , Oscar . .,...., . W. D. .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Theodessa ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Franklin ........ ludith .,....... Barton, Ianet ,,,,,,,,,,,, Basham, Lorraine ....., Bass, Carlxta ............ Bassett, Robert ........ Bateman, Iohn ........ 134,181,244 142 195 185,244 185.230 138.268 230 185.256 244 211,268 189,268 166,187,268 187,244 256 185,230 198,230 124,l77,205,244 N. ..,........................ 201 140,230 142,143,268 181,256 134,269 198 268 201,230 142,268 149 256 268 230 Bates, Loren ..,,.........., Baumgartner, William Baxter. Royce ,........ ..,,., Bayne, William ......... Beadleston, Clema ..,.. Beagley, Melvin ..,...... Beal, Catherine .,... Barr, Elma ,,......... Barr, Fred ...,..... Barrett, Harry ...... Bartlett. Barbara ..... Bartley. Gary ..,,...... Beard, lim ...........,....... Bechtel, Georgia .,.,,... Beck, Vicki .............. Becker, Karen ..... Becker, Larry ............. Becker, Margaret ....... Becker, Muriel ..,..... Beckett, Thomas ,.,. Beckner, Ianet ....... Beckwith, Iohn .....,.. Beecher, Connie ...,,. Beineke, Ianet ...... Beltield, Kay ........ Bello. Linda .....,.,..,.. Benortham, Robert ..,.. Beran, Leon ..,............. Bergsten, Lavema ...... Bessler, Tava .....,. Beutler, Iohn ......., Bevan. Alma ........ Bichet, Bette ......,.. Bicknell, Donna ...,.. Binder, Elizabeth ........ Bingman, Kirker ..,... Blachly, Darrell ..,.,, Black, Larry .......... Blakey. Ianis ........,. Blanchard, Nancy .,.,, Bliss, Donald , .....,.,,,,,, Blowey, Marilyn ....... Blue. Donna .....,.,,,,,. Blythe, Donald ,,..,.... Bobek, Carlotta ........., Bodge, Glory Kay ........ Boegrin, Margaret ,.,,. Boggs, Harold , ........ . Bohm, Gwendolyn ...,. Bohm, Harold .,...,.,,,,,,,,,, Bolejack, Iohn DeWitt Boline, Vera lanice Boline, Duane Ray ...,. Bolton, William .,....,... Bonewitz, Norma .....,. Bonham, George ........ Boock, Ellen ..,..,...... Booth, Iames ...,,...,...... Boothe, Iacquelyn ......., Borders, Ierold Calvin Borger. Larry ,.,.,.,..,,,,, Borgna, Mac ..,..... Born, Henry .,....,..,.,. Boucek, Marcina ........ Bowen, Iames ......... Bowen, Mary Lou ....,, Bowen, Ronald ........ Bowlby, Marilyn ,.... Boyd, Taylor ...,..., Boyle. Iohn ......., ,. Boyle, Sharon ..,.. Boys. Kathryn ..... Brace. Carol ..... Bradford, Gail ..,... Bradford, Ierry ........ Bradford, Larry ...... Bradly, Ralph ...... 256 158,256 135,201,230 74,165,230 129,148,256 201.230 256 148 256 194,230 244 154 195,230 142,143 139,153,159,179,256 21,145,156.268 162187195 230 . .,.. 1 1 4 122,133,l77,256 74,165 162,230 150,l61,2l1,268 139,244 196 268 161,177,244 105,146,160 244 256 88,150,214 181,269 139,197,230 198.230 - ........ ,..,..,,....,.... 2 44 131,197,230 177,244 133,138,159,269 135.244 149 244 269 149,151,284 131,139,269 230 161,244 139,256 230 136 244 196,230 185,230 155,231 244 140,179,269 161,269 99,269 269 199 231 82,125,137,175,244 142.267 201 269 136,150,256 269 293 134,245 294 Branson, Mary Patricia ....... Brant, Carol lean ............ Breech, Carol ...,....,. Breithaupt, Iohn ,.,,. Bevan, Elaine ...........,. Brewer, Karen ......,..,..... Briggs, Helen Ianice ....... Briggs, Madeline .. .. Briggs, Ruth Marie--111: ....................................,.- A------ - Brinker, lack .......................,......A............... 154 177,244 196,231 269 196 140,244 244 199,231 193,244 161,231 Brinkman, Barbara ...... 98,133,140,153,157,161,166.187.256 Brittain, Iimmie ....... . Brooks. Layrnon ..... Brookens, Sally .,..... Bross, Phares ....... 133,185,256 269 231 145 Brown, Brown, Brown Brown. Brown, Brown Brown Brown Brown, Andrew ....... Iames ............. Ierome ...,.,,..,.... Iudith Kay ....... Nancy ............ , Neal ............. Rice ..........., Richard ...... Russell ........... 95 . ,,.,,............. 231 134,154,269 187,244 199,231 231 .. .. ,...... 129,148 Browning, Pauline ....... Bruce, Carol Miser ......., Brune, Mary Lou ...,......,... Bruning, Ann Marie ........ Brunner, lean ................ Bryan, Bruce ..,.,..,...... Bryan, Lola ..r..,. Buck, Donald ....... Buckles, Iohn .......,. Bueker, George ...... Bulkley, Margie ...,. Bundy, Betsey ..... Bundy, Virginia ..,... Burch, Barbara .............. Burchfield, Delia ....,......... .. .... l33,l66.183.256 161.244 133,l62,l98,23l 199.231 256 189,269 122,l23,l66,l75,256 155,197 l35,140,142,245 Burnell, Orville Clayton ...... Burnett, Michael Howard Burns, Burns. Bums, Bums, Burns. Gail ................,.....,.... Ianice ................. Marie Ann ..........,.. Patricia Stevens .......... Roberts .................. 185,245 195,231 91,l35,177,200,231 21,151,153.l54,156,l87.269 154,156,181.269 Burress, Anna Lee ....... Burri, Carol ................ Burton, Charles ......... Busby. Daniel ................ Butterfield, Suzanne ........ Button, Garth ................. Buzick, Ellen ........ Byers, Lila .......,....... Byme, Iudi Ann ..,.... Cady, Ianice Sue ...... Cain. Doris Miller ...... Cain, Thomas ................ Calandrin, Margaret ........ Caldwell, Mildred ......... Callaghan. Bernard ...,......,.. Calloway, Autrey ...,...,............ Calovich, Francis Eugene ...... Campbell, Anna .............. Campbell, Donald ............. Campbell. Robert .......... Campbell, Ronald ........ Canfield. Bill .............. Carlile, Iim .................. Carpenter, Ina lane ...... Carpenter, Iudith ...,.. Carpenter, Larry ........ Carroll. Charles ..... Carlson, Gary ............ Carmichael, Sandra ...... Carter, Ann ............ 140,245 ...,. ..................... 270 105,146 155,201,231 129,148 199,231 187,245 148,231 231 245 141,199,231 162,245 161,257 150,210,211 270 196,231 231 181,231 181,245 245 231 181,245 200 19,154,245 231 270 138,177,270 141,199 Casamento, Samuel ...... Casebeer, Kelvin .,....,... Cassidy, Ianice Sue ........ Cauble, Ialayne ...,,....... Cavanaugh, Martin .,.,.. Caywood, Marilyn ...,.,. Cellier, Carol .........,.... Chambers, Clara ...,... Chambers, Iudith ..,... Chambers, Sheryl ...,.. Chandler, Eldora ........ Charlsen, George ...,..,.. Cheatum, Marabeth ..,,.... Chelbowski, Ioan .......... Chinn, David .............. Choice, Donna ..,..,..... Christensen, Gerald ..... Christensen, Shirley ..,.. Christian, Geneva .,,.... Christiansen, Nancy ........ Chubb, Iarnes ............... Chumley, Iames ......,. Chun, Patricia ....,.... Circle, David ....,. Clark, Larry ......... Clark, Ralph .,..,.. Clark Robert ..,...,. Clason, Argl ,...,..... Clayton, Ianet ........ Clemmons, Mary ....... Clover, Iohn ........... Cochran, Beverly ...... Cochran, Ioyce ..,... Cole, Gaye ,,.,...... Cole, Zoe Anne ...., Coleman, Patricia ..., ,, Coltharp, Iames ..... Coltrin, Roger .......................... Colvin, Iesse lean ..................... Combes. Larry ....,..,....................... Concannon, Thantus Michael Condra, Gary ............... ,.... .,..,....., Connelly, David ..,.,....,..,...... Conyers, Karen Ioyce ...,.... Conyers, Mary Lou ,..... Cook, Delores .......,....,.... Cook, Sandi .....,...... Cooke, Harvey ............... Coons, Laura Linda ...... Cooper, Barbara ......, Coppage, Louis ..... Corcoran, Rita ..,,.,.. Cordon, Eleanor ......... Couch, Iohn ......1......... Coulter, Delberta ...... Coulter, Gary .,.,.... Coulter, Nancy ,...,.. Counts, Keith .......... ...........,.,........ 149,151,173,257 177,270 245 134,161 197,231 200 160,198 198,231 21,125,147,183,257 104,146 123,175,199,231 101,204,210 134,270 231 198,231 245 162,231 129,161,257 270 92,129,284 245 257 257 185,245 194,231 231 245 231 199,232 199,232 153,155,232 140,270 270 134,245 141,270 245 232 162,232 l35,166,175,270 125,175,245 193,245 199,232 140,193,257 86,88,131,185,245 193,245 257 154,193,270 189,245 195,232 Covey, Donna ..,...... ..........,...,.,..,......,,..,,,,. 1 38,194,232 Cowen, Ienelle ....... ....... 1 02,l53,l54.155,156,183,270 Cox, Gerald .,,...,. ,..................................,.. 1 85,257 Coyne, Peggy ..,... ............... ,..... 1 5 3,159,177,245 Cozad, Ken .,,....,......... Crabtree, Iames ........ Craft. Lawrence ........ Craig, Ada Ruth ...,...... Crail, Beverly Grace ...... Cram, Stewart ...............,............. Cramer, Carter .,.....,.,,,..,................ Cramer, Genevieve Rummel .,,,.... Cramer, Nancy .. ....... ............. . Crane, C. Neil ......................... Crawford, Alice ................ Crawford, Ive Sue ...,,.......... Crawford, Leon Russell ...... Criss, Ianice ,..... ....,. ,,...., . . Cross, Iames ...,..,,..,...,... Cross, Iudith ....... 270 191,232 154,162,257 193,257 136,149 135 135,159 232 189,270 198,232 149,162,255,257 123,179,245 , ..,.. 122,187,215,257 270 Crotts, Larry .Y.....,..Y..... Crow, Orine Susan ..... Crum, Iohn .,.............,... Crumb, Lloyd Daniel Culbertson, Iames .,.,.. Cundith, Horace ,.,......,. 191,232 175,201,232 136 211,270 270 Cunningham, Linda ........ ..... 1 75,270 Cupp, Patsy ................. ..........,.....,.. 1 99 Curtis, Susan Marie ....,. .,.,...,.....,...... 1 98,257 Curtiss, Carol Sue ........ ....,. ...,. 1 4 2,179,194,232 Cyrier, Larry ..,.......... .,.,,....,...,. 1 81,245 Daharash, Floyd ...... Dailey, Barbara ....,,. Dalton, Paul ................ Daniels, Carla Iune ....,....., Davis Dannenielser, Charles Dannevik, Nancy ............,, Darnall, Clayton ........ Davidson, Donna ...... Davies, Iohn ...,........... Davis, Bill David .....,. Davis, Donna ........ Davis, Doris ...,...,...... Davis Lee Morgan ...... Davis Marie ...,,......... Patricia ....... Dawdy, Richard ........ Dawe, Tamara ....... Dawson, Curt ......, Dawson, Helen .,.... Dawson, William ...... Day, Daniel ..,..,.,. Day, Robert ..........,, Deckinger, Iames ....... Dees, David ....,......... DeForrest, Edward ..,.... DeKeyser, Nancy ...... Delacruz, Stanley ..... Deltorge, Clarence ....... Dellorge, Mildred ...... Delich, David .,....... Dellinger, Dean ..... Dengel, Walter ...,., Denny, Ioan .......,...., ,. Denton, Lorraine .,,.... DePriest. Henry ........ 257 200,232 161 199.232 162,194,232 271 156,245 185,271 96,147,149,24l 179,271 . .........,.. 232 181,232 140,179,245 129,145,271 177,245 93,134,148 175,196,232 161,232 145 191.257 181,271 232 166,179,245 73,165 215,271 271 148,162,257 181,271 194,232 147.153,l66,l83,271 Dettmer, Mary Lou ,..., ..,,,,,,.,,, 1 46,177,271 Devin, Gary ......,.... Dewell, lim ........ Dewitt, Alice ........, Dickens, Iudith ...,... Dickerson, Iames - ..... Dickey, Bill ,,,,....,.,, Dieker, Richard ...... Dieker, Thomas ....... Dill, Kenneth Roger ..... Diller, Iudte ...........,.., Dingwall, Ruth ....., Dirksen, Phyllis ....... Dirreen, Bill ...,,..,..,, Dlouhy, Ioseph ,..... Dobbins, Don ...., Dochow, Ierry ...,... Dodd, Donna ...... Dodd, Dottie .,. ....,.. Dodson, Orville ...... 232 91,148 133,197 232 232 213,214 - ....... .......... 1 41 161,232 232 177,245 148,187,245 138,271 232 257 245 181,257 140,147,177,246 145,271 Dody, Iames .......,.,. .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 32 Domann, Donald ,....,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 45 Domann, Sharon .....,,,,, ,,,,,, ,.,,, 1 3 3,195,232 Donovan, Angeline ,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,-,,,-,---,-.,-, 2 4 5 Doran, Iudy .,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, N, ,,,,.,.,. -----,.,,,,-, 1 Q8 Doran, Mary Lynn ...., ,... . . Dorsch, Karen Ulmer ...... Douglas, Ruth ..........,..,, Downing, George ..,.. Downing, Karen ....,,.. 232 187,194,233 138,l53,187,246 Dozier, lane ................. ....... Drehle, Doris lean Drinkwater, Ioe ........ ..... Drinkwater, Myron 137,198,233 175,200,233 189,233 100,157,189,257 Driver, Howard ,....,. .......,,........... 2 33 Dryden, Ruth ,......... ........... 1 41.257 Dryden, Sharon ..... ........... 2 01,233 DuBois, Louetta ,,,,. ....... 1 33,194,233 DuBois, Patricia ....... ......,.................... 2 46 Dutlord, Marilyn .,..,.. ....... 1 40,l54,l93,271 Dumler, Beverly .................. , 201 Duncan. Betty ....... Duncan, lack ......... Duncan, Iames ..... Duncan, Iudy ...... Duncan, Robert ..... Dunlap, Donna ,,.,., Duran, Robert ....,... Dutton, Duane . ,...,, Dutton, Ianice ,.,,,.,. Duvanel, Frank ,....,.,, Dwelle. Douglas ....... Dyer, Phyllis .......... Dyer, Tony .......... Earnest, Nancy ..... Eastwood, Mary Eaton, Ed. ............. . Eaton. Ken .......... Eck, Pa ul ............... Ecker, Donald ......, Eckstrom, Robert ...., Edgeworth, Donna Edson, Dian ....,...,,. Edwards, Iack ....... Edwards, William Ehlers, Loretta .......... Ehrhardt, Karen .,.,,.. Eickhoif, Roger ,.... Eicker, Larry ,,..... Elland. Karen . ........ .. 141 155,197,233 271 233 189,246 233 196,233 189 147 179,246 154 161,194,233 191,233 167,191,258 146 258 233 137,201 131,173,271 246 175,258 233 18,156 215,258 Emerson, Marie ........ ...... 1 40,159,160,258 Emert, Darryl ,.,,,... ....................... 2 71 Engel, Robert .....,,. .................... 2 33 Englert, Marlene .,.,.. ............. 1 99,233 Enos, Kathryn ....,...... ...... 1 43,187,258 Enserro, Ioseph ......, Ensha, Larideh ...... Epting, Linda ......... Erbes. Karen .......... Erdtmann, Miriam Erickson, M. Louise ........... ..... Erickson. Naomi Ieanne ....... Eustace, Lora Elizabeth ....... . Evans, David ....,........,......... .,... Evans. Elizabeth . Evenson, Marian , Ewy, Marvin ....... Facklam, Gerald . Faerher, Kenneth Eager, Grace ....... Fahrney, Kenneth Falen, Sara ...,.......... Farber, Farley. Phyllis .......... Austin .............. Farnsworth, David ....... Farr, Rita Pedigo ...... , Faulkner, Phillip ..,,.. ...,.... Feese, Donna . .... ...,,..... ....,. Iudy ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,. Feltner, Raymond Fenton, Fenton, William .. Ferrell, Ieanette ..,... Fieser, Caroline ., Fildes, Lila ........ 233 194,233 162,179,1!-35,233 135,140,183,246 133,183,258 133,246 151,246 133, 166,179,271 197,233 154 129,147 215 194,233 258 193.246 197,233 258 131,271 102,258 139,l79,199,233 181,258 175,246 155,161,246 175,258 246 132,194,233 296 Fillmore, Clyde Allen ....... Fincken, Thomas .......... Fischer, Ferald .,,.......... Fisher, Gary .,.,.., Fisher, Joseph ..,.,... Flager, Ioyce ....., Flair, Ian ,..........r..,.. Fleeman, Donald .,.... Fleming, Ellreda ..,....... Flohrschutz, Keith ....... Flynn, Iames .................... ------ Foelgner, Constance ...... Ford, Dorothy Constance ....... .. Ford, Rex ...,...................... Fordham, Monroe ........... Forester, Diane ...,..... Forrester, David ....... Forney, Stuart ......,. Fraley, Iames ......,.. Francis, David ....... Franklin, Donna ..,.... Frederick, Franz ......, Frederick. Karen .,..,. Freeman, Herman ..,.... Freerksen, Glen .,..... French, Fred ......,.... Frey. Iohn .................. Friesen, Leonard ...... Frisch, Marguerite ...... Froese, Lyle ............ Fugii, Donald ..,..,,. Fugii, Wallace ......... Fugikawa, Robert .....,, Funk, Loren ......,..... Gaeddert, Margaret ...... Gaeddert, Robert ...,...... Gaeddert, W. Keith .,... Gaines, Marilyn .......,,.. Gallagher, Edward ..... Gallagher, Michael ,..,. Gamero, Epilanio ..... Gangel, Francis ....... Gangel, Mary ..,...... Gardner, Ed .,..... Gardner, Mary ........, Gardner, Nancy ........ Garrett, Ioyce .,.,..... Garrison, Rosalie ..... Gassert, Leland ...... Gates, David ..... Gates, Doris ...,.,. Gates, Larry ....... Gay, Iacelyn ......... Gegen, Karen .....,..,., Genova, Anthony .....,.. Gentry, Norman ......, Gerleman, David ....... ,. Gerleman, Gerald ........ German, Cheryl ....... Gibb, Gayla ......... Giesy, Mary ,..,..., Giffin, Barbara ...... Gilbert, Ioyce ....... Gill. Ioyce .............. Gillaspie, Iohnn ...... Gilliland, Helen ........ Gilmore, Nancy ..,... Gimpel, Glenn .,.,,... Girod, Barbara ,..,, Gish, Glen ......,...,., Gisick, Donita ..,..... Gladden, lim ...........,. Godoshim, Morad .,.,... Godsey, Lamont .......,. Goodbar, Ierry ................ Goodwin, Carolyn Sue 21,167,181,246 129.271 246 197 175,258 129,137 133.160,l97,258 21,157,l61,175,258 140,272 145 214,217 233 150,212,214,222 129,233 . ........... 140.149 21,183,233 272 258 181,272 173,246 134 154,258 258 154 165,284 272 246 135,187,246 133,154 . ..... 124,198,233 147,154,161 246 134 133,161,258 145 246 199,233 200,233 246 149,154,272 246 197,233 181,233 195,234 199,234 181,234 246 234 131,187,195,234 175,272 197,234 272 139,272 198,234 132,196 136 195,234 162,246 162,195,234 145 159,185,234 246 Goodyear, Mercedes ..... Gosser, Rosrt .............. Goulden, Clyde ...... Gowdy, Charles ...... Graber, Geraldine ,..,,., Graham, Iohn ..,...... Greco, Rose Mary ...,.. Green, Chester ...,.... Green, Roger ...,............. Greer, Vernon .,...............-. Greinke, Ronald Ieames ,... Grieder, V. Clinton .......... Grieshaber. Raymond ,,.... Griest, Marjorie ..... .,.... .. Gnihth, Sue ................ Griifitts, Mary .......... Grimes, Ianet ..,.............. Grinlinton, Karolyn ......,. Grizzell, Karen .....,. Groil, Ronald r.... ........, Groothuis, Barbara ....... Groothuis, Linda .....,.. Grover, Arland .....,, Gugler, Patricia .,.,.. Gump, Ierry .r....,.,..,, Gunkel, Gunther, Haag, D Hadlock. Calvin ..,.... .. Gail ...... ....r......... elores Nicklaus ........ .. Doris ................ .. Haienstein, M. Neal ...., Hailey, Iudy ................ Haggerty, Maxine ...... Haiducek, Nicholas .... Halbert, Mary ,.,........ Haley, Iudith .......,... Hall, Ric hard .................. Ham, Evelyn Emma ....., Hamilton , Phyllis ....,. Hamilton, Regina ,....... Hamilton Hamman Hamman Hammer. Hammer, , Sue .,.,..,... , Bobby ............ , Harlan ..,.........ll Gael Warren ....,. Lois ,.,.......... .... . Hammersmark, Ioan ,.,.. Hammond, Marjorie ........ Hampton, Robert Lee .....,.. Hampton, Robert ..........., Hansen, I. Carlene ..,..... Hansen, Sandra .....,.,. Happ Howard ............ Harbison, Margaret ....... Harden, Everett ......... Harman, Ioe . ....... . Harms, Vernon ...........,........ Harold, Ellis ........,..,......,.......... Harrington, Robert William Harris. Carole ...,.................. Harris, Elizabeth ...........,....... Harris, Iohn ........... Harris, Judith ........ Harris, Lila ......,..... Harris, Robert .,........ Harrison, Sandra ........ Harrison, Verle ....... Harrod, Lauren ....... Hart, Delbert ......... Hart, Roberta ..... Hart, Sandra ...,...,. Hart, William ....... Harter, Carl ...,... Harter, Donlad ...... Harter. Donna .....,. Harter 1 Iohn ............. Hartman, Rosalie ..,.... Hassler, Carl ,.......... 159 258 147 150 140,187,258 154,272 198,246 21,112,167,189.246 246 131,138,258 196,234 147.149, 153,187,272 140,200,234 197,234 161,246 193,272 258 161,201,234 134,162.196,234 187,258 259 201,234 103,135,148,272 129,139,148 130 151 132,247 150,259 140,159,183.272 199, 234 197.234 234 185.259 93,132,247 201,259 183,272 199,234 234 130,272 183,272 137,140,200,234 151,162,259 93,131,234 145,272 247 147 136,149,259 259 273 247 273 234 162,247 141 154,247 162,234 273 259 259 122,175,259 273 274 173,234 167,173,259 273 259 195,235 Hassler, Sharon ........ Hastriter. George ..., Hatz, Kaye .............. Haun, William ........,, Havercroit, Lola ..,...., Hawkins, Allan ...,..... Hawley, lda lean ....... Haxton, Ronald .......,.. Hayes, George ....... Hayes, Iames ..... Hayes, Linda .......... 200,234 234 199,234 145,259 247 198,234 160,173,234 259 209,211,273 162,234 Haynes, Sandra ........ ....... 2 01,234 Hays, Robert .,,..,,.,..,. .......... 2 47 Haywood, Barbara ,...... ..................... 1 98,235 Haywood, Gerald ..... ............A........... 1 61,259 Heaberlin, David Heaberlin, Harold ...... Headrick, Mary ..... Heaney, Robert .......... Heide. Arnold ..............,. Heidebrecht, Ianet ........ Heinz, Iulie ........,...... Hellbaum, Richard . ..... Hellmer, Ernest .,...... Helpenstine, Linda ,. Helvey, lim ................ Helwig, Scott ................. Hemmingway, Gary Hemphill, Harold ...,...... Henderson, Ioan ......,.... Hendrickson, Paul ........ Henkle, Linda .........,. Henley, Thomas ........ Henningsen, Myma 85,92.191,217,259 154,259 181,259 161 259 161,195 235 273 235 235 132 191,247 235 183,247 247 179,247 189,247 133,194,273 Henry, Carl ................ .,,,..,..........,... 1 61,273 Hermreck, Arlo .,.... Hetrick, Sandra ,,... Hiatt, Ned ............ Hickman, Ken ...,.... Hicks, Kenneth ...,... Hiebert, Iames ........ Hrgby, Betty ............. Higgins, Sandra ........ High, Sharon ....,....,.,........,..,,..,. Hightower, Nancy ....,......,,.,....., Hildebrand, William Glen ........ Hill, Ianet ,.,,.,...,,.......,,,..,..,,,,,,, Hillman, David .......,..,.......... Hillman. Joyce ............ . Hiltbrunner, Don ........ .,., Hind, Linda .......,...., Hxss, Patricia .........,.. . Hoaglund, Nadine ........ Hoar, Iamce ....,.,,,.,, Hobrock, Brice ...... Hodges, Russell ..... Hoeme, Gloria ,...... Hottine, Patricia ..... Hoffman, Patricia ...,.. Hoglund, Iohn .,...... Hogue, Patricia ..,,...... Holladay, Iames ..,.,,.,,.,, Hollembeak, Gerald ........ Hollembeak, Niki ...,. .,... Hollerick, Marcena ,,,... Holliday, Richard .i.... Hollis, Frances ....... Holloran, Charles ..... Holman, Marcia ............ Holthouse, Norman ...... Holub, Adolph ............ Houma, Hiroshi ....... Hopkins, Elvy ..... Hopkins, Myra ........ Horney, Vicki ....... Horton, Charles ............ Hoss, Kay .............,,....,.,.... House, Betty Hammers ....... 185,247 84.130, 132,183,259 185.235 214,235 235 247 197 200,235 201,235 154,247 146,247 177,196,235 247 124,154,177,247 139,273 196,235 ,. 149,151,173,273 140,149,162,273 198.235 193,247 235 273 154,273 187,273 161,193,235 235 235 185,259 247 18 235 273 149 194,235 149,195,235 235 195 247 House, Page ..........,,.. Hovorka, Ioseph .,..,. Howard, Barbara ...... Howard, Cecil ..,.,.., Howard, Iudi ...... Howell, Rita ..r.,.,.,., Howell, Thomas .,.......... Hoyt, Reita .......,,,...,.......... 273 161 235 146,273 20,101,139,153,155,177,247 140,260 I-Iuddlestun, Ira George ........ .......,...................- 2 47 Hudson, Elizabeth Louise Hudson, Lois Ann ......r......... Huff, Hal ...........,,....,,........ Huggins, IoAnne ..................... Hughbanks, Donna Diane Hughes, Robert ......r.r........ Hulse, Norma ....................... Humiston, Robert ..... Hummert, Charles .....,. Hunt, Luella .....,......... Hunter, Edith .,..,.... Hunter , Gerald ....... Hunter, Ianet ....... Hunter , Larry ...,..., Huston, Norma ....,.,. Huston , Paul ...r.....,..... Hutchings, Ianet ...,.... Hutchinson, Vicki ..... Hyde, Robert .......... Hynek, Dennis ....,... Ice. lohn ........................ Ihde. Patricia Shaver ...... Ingels, Roberta .....,.,., lngerson, Mary ..... lnkanish, Gloria ........ Ireland, William ....., Irey. George ..............,.,. Irey, Ruth .............................. Irwin, Dennis Michael ........ Irwin, Richard ................... Irwin, Roger Scott ......,. Ishihara, Peter ...,.....,. Ivey, Paula ,.,... .. Iameson, Cheryl ...... Iasper, Iudith .,....,.. Iavier, Elba ........... Iavier, Gonzalo ........ Ienkins, Carmen ......., Ienkinson, Iudy .......,..... Iennings, Cleota Kay ...... Iemigan, Gary .............. Iochems, Carl ............ Iohns, Geraldine .r...... Iohnson, Carolyn ...... Iohnson, Delton ...,.,.. Iohnson, Iames ................. Iohnson, Karen Ruth ...... Iohnson, Karen Sue ......., Iohnson, Kaye ............... Iohnson, LaMoyne ........ Iohnson, Loretta ......,....,... Iohnson, Mary Alice ,.... ., Iohnson, Iohnson, Patsy .....,.......r.... Iohnson, Richard ........... Iohnson, Roy .............. Iohnson, Sharon ........ Iohnson, Signie ...... Iohnson, Rhonda ....... Johnston, Robert ....... Iones, Iones. Jones, Iones. Iones. Bonnie .,,... David ..,.... Delores ......., Donald ..... Mary ,,,,,,,, Mary Louise ........ .....,. 140,154,193,273 154,193,273 175,260 194,235 140,194,235 181,274 133,274 166,183,274 189,274 140,196,235 21,189,2ll,274 175,200,235 161 235 198,235 235 161 130 139,247 187,197,235 162,195,247 260 154,274 145 284 134,274 235 134,247 165,235 137,183,260 139,175,274 133,179,194,235 159,199,247 212 132,154,247 196,236 247 143,177,260 145 103,135,274 196,236 195,236 175,196,236 197 154,179,247 ,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,.,..,, 200,236 177,196,202,236,252 200,236 133,260 Qfff'155'I55'i55'X5b mv zso 11811236 117.236 19139149153155156 ' ' 861100 133,187,260 297 133,137.175,200,236 298 Iones, Paula ...... Iordan, Don ...... Iustice, Danny ....... , .,.,,,..,, ., Kaine. Helen ..,.,... Kaiser, Harold ......... Kawogawa, Bob ..... Kallail, Kaye ....... Karns, Linda ............ Karsten, Shirley ...,..... Kashiwai, Clarence ......,. Kastor, Nancy Keazor ..... Kastor, Phillip ................. Kato, Elaine ................. Kaufman, lack .,....... Kaufman, Linda ...,...... Kawanee, Wallace ....... Keely. Merlin ..,,...,...,.. Keifer, Robert ...,...... Kierns, Larry ..... Keith. Glenn ,........,... Keithly, Eugene .....,. Keller, Clayton ...... Kelley, Barbara ,,..... Kelley, Everette ....,.. Kelley, Linda ....... Kelly, lack .,...,.,,,., Keltner, Ierry .......t.,. ,,,,,, Kennedy, Beverly ...,,. Kennedy. Sharon ..... Kercherval, Mary ....,.. Keyes, Sandra ...,.,... Killion, Sharon Kimball, Larry ....,,... Kimble, Barbara ....,. Kimble, William ...... King. Frank ......,..,. King, Herbert ...., King, Larry ...,.. King King King , Lilla ......,,,.,.. . Rosalie ....... sbury, Donna Kingsbury, Phyllis ..... Kipfer. Carole .....,,... Kirk. Kirk. Allen ,..,.,.,,,,, Karla ....,.,,..,,,,, Kirkpatrick, Iudy .,.... Kirmer, Andy .,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Kishimoto. Frances ,..,,., . Kisner. Betty ............ Klein, Beverly .,.....,. Klein, Noel ..,..,.......,.... Kline, Harry Robert ....,...,. Knaak, Iohn ........,.,....,,,,,,. , ,,,,,,, Knoche, Eleanor Gertrude Knouft, Shirley .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Knuth, Wayne ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kobetich, Beverly ....... Koch, Iames ..........,..,....,,,., Koehn, Kenneth ,..,.,,,,,,,, ,,,, Koegeboehn, Clarendene Koelling, Dale ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kogl, Clifford ..,.... Kohl, LaVerne .......... Konarik, Alfred ....... Koops, Alvin Iohn - ..... Koppes, Gregory ...,.. Kostner, Ianis .,,,,,,,,,,,, Kough, Byron ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Kowalski, Alice Kay .....,. Krause, Frank ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,, Krell, Dean .,...,.,.,,,,,.,,, Krey. Deanna ..... Krueger. James .... .... Kruse., lean .................. .. Kuhlmann, Bernard ......... 179,199,236 185,195,236 260 198.247 173,247 165,260 135,179,200,236 201,236 154.274 274 140,260 274 165 247 105 73 285 274 185,260 159,189,236 274 162,248 199.236 260 ..c.. .................,.........,.......... 200 19.86,l50,156,173,210,211,274 199,236 197,236 175.248 175,196,236 236 274 147,285 285 260 260 274 , .,.... 132,139,260 196,236 139,l47,154,260 199,236 149,151,173,248 73,140,165,275 148,161 179,248 106,146,260 169,275 141,260 177,248 177,205,275 236 131,154,248 260 260 133.139,147,154,275 275 260 236 173,260 205 240 179.246 236 175,240 141 275 179,194,236 161 195,236 236 Labogen, Rosita .... Lacey, Louis Robert Lackey, Iohn .,....,....... Lacock, Clinton ..... Lady, Ruth Ann ...... Lafferty, Morris ...., Lambert, E. Galen ..., ,... Landis, Mary .....,.... Lane, George .......... Lane, Lila ......... Lange, Evelyn ..... Lange, Paul . ...., ,, Lantz, Betty ....,,.,...,, Larcade, DeAnne ...... Larmer, Larry ....,.... Larsen, Esther ....... Larsen. Max .,,,...., Larson, Delbert .,., Laubhan, Lavern .... Lauby, Ianet .......... Laughlin, Ruby Io ..... Lawrence. Kathryn Laws, Gloria . ........,..... Lawson, Harold .... Leaton, Stephen .,.. Lebbin, Iudy ,,,,,,., Lederer, Kay ........ Lee, Norma ,..,.. Lee, Robert ....... Leeper, Ioyce ...,. Legg, Glenda ,,..... 139,275 261 145,161,275 154 140,149,275 236 248 140,179,275 236 236 139,261 285 175,248 183,248 261 131,154,248 138.236 275 261 140,248 248 138,261 196 155,236 148,248 123,199,236 236 195,237 179.248 138,l49,193,261 LeGore, Evelyn .,..,, ,...,.,,,,,,,, 1 40,159,196,237 Lehman, Carl ...... Leiss, Eugene ...,. Leiss, Garry ......,.. Leitz, Myron ,..... ......... Lemmon, Patricia Lenertz, Roberta .,.. Lenke, Kenneth ............ Lenninger, Rosemary ...,.. Lents, Anna .....,...,........ Lett, Karen ................. Lewis, Betty ,, ....... Lewis, Kay Smith .,... Lewis, Nadine ..... Li, Lilly .,.,,........... Lilley, Carolyn ....... Lilley, Robert ......, Lind. Alma ........... 147,149,159.189,275 173,248 173,248 261 194,275 199,237 145 187,248 161 131,197,237 194,237 151 140,201,237 130 237 275 193,261 Lind, Derald .........,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 51,275 Lillddhl, Charles ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 49,1S4,l'l3,275 Lindquist, Kay ,.....,. Lindsay, Ruth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lindt, Ioretta ....,,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,, Linebarger, lol-iannah ...,. Linville, Lindra ,..,,..,,,,,. Livingston, Nancy ...... Lockhart, Melba ..... Loeckle, Phyllis .....,.... Lohrengel, Donald ,..... Loyka, Alan ....,,.,,,,,, Long, Iudith ...... Long, Loren ,.,....,,,,,, Long, Phyllis ..,,,,,,,,,,,, Long, Vivian Ann ,...... Longhoier. Larry ...1.... Loomis, Carla ,, .... Lopez, Erlmdo .....,......... Lowe, Norman .....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lowenstein, Mary Ann ..,.... Lowery, Marvin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lowman, Karen ,,.,,,,,,,,,, Luding, Iohn ...,.... Lueker, Dale .,..,,.,,.,,,,, Luginsland, Gene .,,.. Lusk, lames .........,.. 153,155 196 131,248 123,177,248 197,237 175,195,248 261 275 129,181,261 134 194,237 173,215,275 193,261 133,275 248 275 159,210 146,276 101,137,276 187,196,237 73.75.276 237 248 237 Lutz, Charles ......, Lutz, David ....,.,.... Lutz, Mary Ann ,..... Lygrisse, Frank ....... Lynch, Lawrence ......,. Lynch, Leonard ........ Lynch, Peggy ...... Lyon, Doris ,.... Lyon, Lynn ,.,..... McAdoo, Ioe ....,.....,...... McAuley, Mildred ......, McBride, Calvin .......... McBurney, Kathryn .....,.. McCall, Larry ...,,......,,. McCall, Richard ...... McCausland, Gary ....,.... McCorkle, Phyllis ............... 179,197,237 McCourt, Dorothy Kitten .,., McCracken, David ,......... l. McDermed, Lyle ......r....... McDll1, Alma ........... McDonald, McDonald. McDonald, Cheryl ..,.... Iohn ...,...... Marilyn ....... McDowell, Charles ..,..,., McDowell, Patricia ...,, McEchron, Dianna ....... McFadden, Carlene ....... McFarland, Nancy ......,.... McFarlane, Donna .......,..,.,,., McFarlane, Ioseph Angus McFillen, Roger ..................,., McGowan, Iudy ........,........ McGrath, Dean ................... Mclntire, Howard Duane . McKanna, Dona ..........,........... . McKean, Nelle .,......,............ McKenzie, Robert ....... McMillan, Gary ....... McMillin, Kermit ...... McMullen, Linda ...... McMunn. Greta ...,,,.. McRae, Carol .....,. Mack, Dianna .............. Macomber. Ioyce ......... Maeda, Kenneth ...., Mahoney, Phyllis ........ Makino, Eleanor ....... Mallory, Charles .,,..,..,..,.... Malmberg, Annette ............ Manahan. Stanley Eugene Manda, Carolyn ................. Manion, Iudith ...,............... March, Gail .......,...,., Marker, Dennis .....,,.... Marhenke, Donald ..,.. Marsh, Donna .......,.. Marshall, Delbert ....,... Marston, Madelyn ...... Marston, Sue ..,...,..,., Martin, Bob ............ Martin, Don .......... Martin, Iohn ...,,...,,,,,,, Martin, Iudith Ann ...., Martin, Iudith Ann ...... Martin, Patricia ........ Mason, Donnie ..... Massey, Velda ....,,.....,. Matheson, Dennis ........ Mathias, Linda .......... Matile. Maurice ........... Mauderly, Mary Lou ...... Maxon, Louetta ....... Maxwell, Curtis .........,. Maxwell, Sharon ......,.. Mayberry, Donald ....... 237 248 177 94 237 161,237 159,199 276 276 141 183,237 132,187,193,261 21,173,237 248 200,237 18,154,248 91,137 276 276 195,237 189,276 197,237 237 200,237 101,138,177,261 133,201,248 , ...,,... 145,237 145,237 145 , ,,,,, 132,200,237 276 177,196,237 248 134,261 135,162 185,246 261 138 237 135 197,237 150,211,276 75,165,276 20,237 197,237 136,149,151.276 133,149,276 187,200,237 140.276 185,248 131,261 183,276 136,149,276 237 200 276 155,276 201,237 133,138,179,276 140,142,248 . ........... 195,238 150,212,248 185,238 123,154,162,261 138,249 151 196,238 276 Mead, Sondra ..........,.. .------------------- 1 93 Meadows, Charles ..... .,..-- 1 01,195,251 Means, Charlene ....... .,......- 1 97,233 Mears, Terry ..........., ------------- 1 50 Mehl, Betty ..,..,.,..,. , ,----- 139,251 Meier, Iay Lynn ..... Meis, Dennis ......... Meis, Ray ....,.. ,... Melcher, Ruth ..,,.. Melvin, Roy ...,....,..... Merrifield, Iohn ......, Merritt, Delores ....... Metcalf, Nancy .,...... 189,249 161 161 200,238 160,277 133,179,l94,238 Metzdort, Iames ........ ........ 1 49,173,249 Meyer, Anita Marie t..... ...... I 39,1-59,133,249 Mick, Stanley .....t......... ................l..l... 1 54 Mickey, Coy Cloe ....... .................... 2 33 Mike, Alberta .......,.. ..... 1 94,239 Milhon, Richard ,..... ..... 1 41,277 Miller, Constance .... Miller, Frederick . ..... . Miller, Harold ....... Miller, Ianice ...,..,. Miller, Iudy ......,. Miller, Karen ..... Miller, Paula ......... Miller, Richard ..,... Miller, Russell ...... Miller, Sylvia ........ Mills, Milne, Carol ,......... Iames ........... Minniear, Ianet .,.,.... Minnis, Donna ..... Minnis, Ianet ..... Minor, Melvin ,...,., Miser, Linda ............ Miser, Rita ...... , ............ . Mitchell, Dee Anna ..,..,. Mitchell, Dennis .......... Mock, Paula .,.....,,.,.. Moddelmoq. Lyle ....,... Moeder, Mildred ...... Moege, Alice ......., Moiiit, Gail ...,..,. Moles, Ianet ...... Moles, Marvin ....... Money, Iudith .......,.. 175,277 175,277 141,277 175,201,238 l06,131,155,187,200,238 138,200,238 156,177,277 238 238 249 199,238 . ..,,.. 134,145,261 194,197,238 137,177,277 142,177,238 277 175,249 238 249 97 249 249 179,261 154,249 139,162,277 132,249 177,196,238 Monninger, Norma ...,., ...... 1 35,154,277 Moon, Young Iune ,.... Moore, David ........... Moore, Donald ..,...... Phyllis ......,.. ,.,,, Moore, Leonard .....,, Moore, Moore, Richard Morfitt, David ....... Morey, Deanna ...... Morgan, Sheila ....... Morgan, Ellen ..,.... 151,277 261 -129,277 . .....t,......,............ 238 123,143,193,261 277 177,261 195,238 151 Moritz, Donald .,.... ............. 2 85 Morris, Karen ....,. ............ 2 01,238 Morris, Patricia ....... ........... 2 1,194,238 Morris, Ted ........... ........ 9 0,91,95,14l Morrison, Nancy ...... Mortimer, Bruce ...... Moss, Susan .....,,.,. 138 162,238 Mott, Iudy .,.,..............,. ,.....,.. 1 59,194,238 Motter, Rachel ,.,.....,,.,... .......................... 1 97 Muckenthaler, Iames ........ ....., 1 31,167,189,261 Muilenburg, Elizabeth .l...... ...........,............ 2 B5 Mullinex, Ierry ............... .......,......,, 1 67 Murphy, Dennis ....., ................... 2 38 Murray, Barbara .... ..... 1 77,200,233 Murray, Darrell --.------------- 147 Murray, Ianet .....,. ............. 2 49 Murray, Patricia ..l.. --------- 1 79,261 Muschick, Ida ......... -.----------- 1 42,193 Mugtoe, Nancy ,,,,,,,, ...... 1 33,183,251 Myers, Betty ,,,,.. 238 299 Myers, G. Evan ....... Myers, Katherine ...... Myers, Mary .......... Naegle, Ralph ....... Nakamura, Roy ........ Nance. Ianice ........ Nanninga. Karen ....... Nauman, Iohn ........ Neal, Thomas ........ Neal. limmie ....... Neal, Willis .,...,,..... Neavitt, Beverly ........ Neilson, Donna .......... Nelson, Carolyn ....... Nelson, Vemon .,,....... Neumayer, Robert ....... Newbold, Rex ...,....... Newby, William ......,. Newlin, Alfred ....,.., Newlin, Forrest ...... Newton, Iay .,......... Newton, Marilyn ....... Nicholas, Laura .....,.. Nichols, Lance ........ Nickel, Iudy ,.,..., Nilsen, Iohn ...,... Nirider, Iim ..,..,.....,, Nomura, Francis ....,. Norman, Iay ..,...,,,.., Norton, Bette ............. Norwood, Gerald ..r...... ,. Notestine, Roland .....,......... Novo-Gradac, Sue Ann Oblander, Darlene ....... Obley, Loren .............. O'Connor, Patricia ...... Oden, Robert , ,..,,..,. ,. Odgers, Gerald ......... Oesterreich, Lianne ..... Oetlinger, Gary ...,.... Ogata. Ronald ..........., O'Gorman, Ruth ........ Ohlde, David ........, Ohm, Kenneth ....... Ohta, Ben ....,...,..,.. Oldham, Martha ....... Olson. Donald ........ Olson, Richard .....,.. Olson. Ronald ............... O Mara, Edward .............. O'Neal. Orless William O'Neal. Virginia ......,.... Orr. Elaine .......,.......... Osbourn, Betty .....r Osborne, Ralph ..... Osluro, Burt ......,.... Otis. Loren ,............ Ott, Bobbie ......,.,,...,, Ott, Elmer ...................,.., Overlield, Richard ...,... Owen. Carolyn .......... Oyler, Ianet ........ Oyler, Ianis ......... Page, Nancy ..,,............r Pagenkopi, Deanna ........ Paige, Ierry ...........,....... Palmer, Kermit .......... Panos, George ........ Paoli. Robert ...... Paoli, Terry ....,,............. 148,277 142,143,262 200 210,249 . 73.75,165,249 166,175,277 197,238 181,238 191,238 277 141,249 154 238 194.238 277 277 189,277 277 112,157,262 123,187,200,238 150,-177,249 249 107 75,165,249 249 140,238 151,262 189,249 137,200,238 200.239 285 95,148,278 150,216,262 262 195,239 73.74.165,278 130,135,278 212 285 75,165 183,278 156 145,191,249 181.239 . ..,..... 262 262 196 199,239 185,262 72.74.165 141 181,278 145 285 195 133,249 249 151,187,278 197.239 131,185,262 278 161,278 Park, Ioan .,.,,,.,...,,..,,,.,,,.,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,v,,,,,,...., 2 18 Parker, Ormond Ierry ....... .,,,,,, l49,151,189,262 Parks, Terry Everett ,.... .. Parry, Patty ..,... ..... . ..... . Pascua, Rosalina ......... Patton, Patton, Paugh. Paugh, Payton, 239 201,262 160,278 Delores ......,............. ........ 1 31,154,262 Vivian Heidel ........ Marian .,.....,..,. r..... Myron ...,..,..,.... Michael ....... Pearson, Charles ...,... Pedersen, Iudith ........ Pedigo, Ronald ...,.. Perkins, Ioseph ...... Perkins, Kenneth ....... Perry, Billy ............. Perry, Kenneth ...... Perry, Lorna ....... Peters. Kay .......... Peterson, Alan ....... Pettit, David .....,...... Piculell, Arthur ...... Pierson. Paula ...,... Pilkington, Iames ...... Pinney, Grenda ...... Pippin, Charles ..... Plank, Max ......... Platt, Dianne ....... Plattner, Lennis ..... Poe, Iohn ........... Ponton, Carol ..,..... Pool. David ......... Post, William ........,. Pounds, Charles .....,.. Powell. Ben ............ Powers, Norman .,.,.... Pratt. Pratt, Price. Price, Price, Ethel ..,.,,,,,,,,, Sharon .,..... Iune ..,....... Richard .,...... Sarah ........... Pringle, Iames .,...,.... Pritchard, Sharon ..,.. Pruitt, Ianet Diane ...... Pryor, Mike .........,..... Puckett, Robert ..,.......... Pulley, Lawrence ........ Purcell, Ieanette ...... Purcell, Terry ...,.,,. Pyle. Iohn .... ......... Quattrini, Ronald ...... Quickel, Larry ......, 278 278 215,249 191,239 124,177,239 249 249 185,262 249 143,239 262 200 130 239 185,278 175,199,239 249 201 191,239 138,184,278 148,153 262 194,239 278 249 191,239 129,133,l62,278 140,159,262 195,239 145 148,179,278 285 199,239 149.278 94,148 145,189,249 136,140,249 136,149,239 250 239 181,262 Rader, Hannah Elizabeth ..,..,..., ,,,,,,,, 1 39,193,252 Rader, Sandra ...........,,,.....,. Radke. William ......,...,.,. Ramirez, Samuel ......, Randel, Carol ..,..,.. Randels, Laura .......,. Randolph, Victor ...,... Rankin. Robert ....., Rankin, Sally ,.... Rantz, Ralph ....... Ratzlafl, IoAnn .......,. Ratzlaif, Merle ,......,....... Rasmussen, Karen ...... Rasmussen. Nancy ...... Raugewitz, Emest ....,,.. Razor, Glenda .,......... Reaburn, Sharon ....,.. Read, Ianet .,,.,,,.,....,,, Redenbaugh, Larry ..,,... Redman, Clarence ..,..,. Reed, Franklin ...... Reed l'1arry, ........ . Reed, Sylvia ........ Rees, William ........ 154,250 2,250 146,262 279 142,143,262 239 239 201 239 279 279 196,239 199,239 150,189,209.262 131,140,175,279 197,239 101 131,189,239 279 154 T., 201,239 239 Reep, D onald .,......... Regan, Edward ........ Reichardt, Don ....... Reid, Patricia ....... Reiser, Larry ......,. .,.... Rempel, Etta Mae ...... Renner, Donna ........ Renner, Margaret ....... Renollet, Donald ...... Renttro, Raymond ....... Ressler, Rex ....,.,...,. Reusser, Ianis ..,........ Reynold s, Nancy ,....... Rezac, Linda ............ Rhodes, Sharon ....... Rial, Florence ..,,.. Rice, Wayne ..,..... Richards, Gary ....... Rickey. Robert ....., Ridge, Richard ...... Riedel, Marc .,........ Rieger. LuAnn ..... Riggs, Dean ....... Riggs, Reta ...,,.. Riley, P eqqv A--------A-- Ring, Constance ...... Ringer, Patricia ..,..,.. Rinker, Ronald ..... Risk, Gordon ..... Ritter. Ianette .....,. Roberts, Carl ......,. Roberts, Roberts, Roberts. Roberts. Roberts, Don .,,......... Edward ...... Florence ........ Harry ........ Patricia ......... 197,240 Robertson, Sandra ...,......... Robinson Robinson. Robinson Robinson . Margaret ......... ,,,... . Mary ...,....... Rogers. Emestrne .......,,,., Rogers, Iohn ........................ Rogers, Miriam Ieanne ....... Rohrer, Richard ..........,. ,..... Rokey, Andrea .,.,,... Rolf, Carl ............... Roller, Donna ........... Romano. Ronald ...... Ronen, Iames ...,.... , Gale ..,................. Kay Utterback ........ Rose, Ioseph .........,..., Rossillion, Iohn ..,..... Roth, Harry .....,..... Roth, Stanley .........,. Rounsavell, Robert ..-. Rowan, Arnydell ..,..... Rule, Iudy ................. Rundel, George .....,.. Russell, Carolyn ...... Russell, Ieanette ...,.. Russell, Richard ...,.. Russell, Susan ...... 150,279 100,103,148,262 175,279 135,138,149,177,279 133,199,239 181,219,262 140,250 198,239 131,194,239 143,262 133,140,250 145,279 159,l67,173,262 263 131,198,239 130,131,279 162,195,240 153,187,279 181,197,240 134,193,273 129,136,150 159,191,250 175,199,240 151,173,279 185,240 240 160 279 201,240 201,240 131,240 120.263 131,240 197,240 138,279 141 135,183,250 263 '240 240 140,250 150 263 86,103,141,189.279 147,285 141,148 131,179,263 123.166,177,250 179,199,240 185,240 81,l21,187,240 Ruth, Richard ..,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 40 Ryland, Gary ....,., ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 5 0 Ryland, Sandra ....,.. ,,..,. ,,,,,, 1 9 3,263 S Sack. Marvin .....,... ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7 9 Salisbury, Larry ,....,.,.,.,,..,..,,..,, ,,,,,, 1 07,250 Sanborn, Donna ,...,....,........., ,,,,,,,,, 1 39,263 Sanborn, lanice Hollsworth ..... 138,149,279 Sanborn, Iohn .......,.,,.,,.,,..,....,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 40,263 Sanders, Armand Dean ,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 250 Sanders, Eddie .............,...,, ..,...,.,.,,....... 1 73,263 Sanders. Edith Ilene ...........,. ,.,... 1 31,153,l54,177,280 Sanders, Stephen Holmes ........,...,...,,,,,,,,, , 263 Sanders, Steven ..........,,,.,...... .......,..,... ....,.,, 9 0 ,148 Sanders, Walter ................. ... .....,.. ......... 2 40 Sankey, Elmer Albert ........ .YY......................,,.............. 1 49 San Romani, Amelia ..... Sanstra, Patricia ........ Santee, Marilyn ....,.. Sauder, Gary .......... Sawyer, Connie ..... Sawyers, Iohn ..... Sawyers, Donita ..,.., Scales, William .......,.... Scheidt, Walter ...,.............. Schellhammer, Ralph ........ Schick, Helen ...... ............. Schlesener, Phyllis .,....., Schletzbaum, Iudith ...... Schmelzer, Judy .,..... Schlappi, Larry ........ Schmidt, Betty .......... Schmidt, Delores ........ Schmidt, Ianet .,,....... Schmidt. Richard ......... Schmutz, Beverly ........ Schneider, Larry ......,.. Schroeder, Charles ........ Schreck, Esther .......,... Schroeder, LaVerne ....... Schroeder, Lyle ...,....... Schroff, Mona .......... Schupp, Carolyn ...... Schwalm, Roy ............. Schweitzer, Adrian .,..... Schweizer, Albert ........... Schweizer, Dorothy ,....,. Schweizer. Louis .,.,,..., Schwindt, Margaret ......,. Schwinn, Myron ....,.... Scott, Robert ,...,.,... Scott. Sharon ........... Seager, Ronald ...,.... Seib. Thomas ........ Seibel. Carol ...... Seidel, Myrna ...,.... Seider, Robert ...... Sell, Iacquelyn ........ Sells, Iimmy Lee ...... Severin, William ......... Shadel, Mary lane .. Shaffer. Sonia ................... Shaft, Iohn .............................. Shaner. Arline Anderson ....... Shank, Harvey Kay Shank, Don ...........,.......... Sharp, Glenn .............. Shaver, Wilma Iones Shaw Elizabeth ...,..,...... Shaw, Delores ............ Shaw. Karen .,....... Shaw, Kenton ....,...... Shell, Charles .....,....... Shellenberger, Betty ,...... Shepard, Linda ........... Shepherd, Sondra ....... Sherbon, Iames ....... Sherrer, Bary ........ Sherrod, Loretta .......... Sherry, Carolyn ........,,... Shimabukuro, Stanley ..,... Shipley, Iudith .......,........ Shizuru, Thomas ....,... Shoemake, Lynn ...,... Shoemake, Melba ...,., Shogren, Gerald ...... Shoup, Carol ..........,........ Shoup, Vera Grace ...,,.., Shrader, Raymond ......,. Shup, Iudith ................ Sidman, Rhonda ............ Siebert, Carmen ...., ..,........... . Simmons, Mary Pleiller ....., 19,l22,166,177,205,263 135,138,280 175,263 240 177,250 250 250 149,254 131,191,250 139,193,280 193,250 132,147,187,250 177,263 135,139,177,280 145,147,280 197.240 189 154,285 133,194,240 173,249 145,161,249 123.177,203,250 125,179,240 175,194,240 135,139,273 280 154,263 131,147,263 263 154,189,263 161 193,263 177,194,240 146,177,250 263 , ...,..,,.,.. 280 193,263 177,194,240 131,189,250 189,207,209,280 145,185,264 197,201,240 149,151,153,264 195 240 159,175,264 156,185,280 20,155,240 -59,160,250 195 165,173,264 199,240 'l5,150,165,264 179,194,240 178,250 145 97,141,185,264 199,240 l31.140,154,280 154,264 301 Thoes. Sandra .......,..., Warren ....,...... 302 Simmons, Robert ....... Simpson, Marlynn ...... Sinclair, Charles ..,..... Sinclair, Patricia ........ Sjoblom, Darrell ,,,.. Skaggs, Marjorie ....... Skibble, Ierald ........... Skillett, Slaymaker, Ronald ....... ....... Slaymaker, Shirley .,...... ..............------------------------ 2 90 Smalley, Sharon ........ Smethers. Iohn ..,.... Smiley, Iames ...... Smith, Bruce ........ Smith, Deryl ....,.,,. Smith, Gorman ......... Smith, Iames .,...... Smith, Linda ......... Smith, Marlin ....,., Smith, Martha ...... Smith, Paul ...... Smith, Shirley ....... Snay, Mary ...... Sneary, Roy ..,....... Sneary, Ruth .,..,,,. Snyder, Linda ,.... Snyder, Marvin ,.,........ Sobba. Raymond ........ Solomon, Terry ..,..,., Souto, lose ............ Sparks, Betty .....,..,......... Spears, Sue ,...................,....... Spears, Tycke George ........ Specht, Frank .....,............,.. Spencer, Dixie .,,....,..,..... Spradlin, Karen .......... Spurgeon, Roberta ,....... Spielman, F. Eugene .,..,... 129,141,264 241 280 250 280 197.241 jackie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,......,..,,.,,,..........,............. 2 50 250,189,2l2,213,214,264 ,,,,,,,.,,,.,...,,.,....... 195,241 250 280 ,. ,,...... 241 280 280 150,280 143,264 241 195,241 281 146,187,250 196 251 281 177,199 281 281 189,251 l38,166,187,281 138,264 150,214 281 91.200 177,264 Srajer. Donald ............... .......,............ l 31,173,251 Stander, Wayne ..,...... Stanley, Harry ........ Starkey,'Fredericlr .... . Staton, Iohn ................, Stebbins, Wayne ....... Steele, Mary ........... Stelly, Robert ............. Steenbock, Frances ,....,. Stehno, Edward ...., Stem, David .......,. Stem, Ruth ............ Stenger, Ioy ....,..,..... Stevenson, Sheryl ...... Steward, Glenda ...... Stiner, Darrell ..,,..... Stolius. Carol ....... Stormont, Donna ..... Stormont, Ianet ...,....... Stoskopf, Elizabeth ...... Stotts, Gary ............... Stout, Sarah ............ Stowers, Robert ...... Strahm, Merlin ......,..., Strait, William ............. .. Stranathan. Virginia ,,.... .. Street, Barbara .............. Strong, Georgia .......... Stuckey, Menno ....... Stuckey, Paula ........... Sturdevant, Robert ,....... Suenaga, Ellen ........... Sullivan, Dale ..........., Summervill, Marion ......, Sutton, Ronda ............ Swabby, Larry ....,..,.......,.. Swanson, Wesley ................. Swartz, David Michael Sweeney, Sam .................. Swender, Clyde ............ 131,134,154,160.264 264 21 281 251 151 179,281 145,281 140,183,281 154,187,251 85,135.156,166,l77,281 13l,162,179,195,241 179,264 179,199,241 150,185,251 175,264 185,241 173,264 181,251 198,264 124,187,241 281 145 179,251 241 165 251 129,264 175,251 264 241 214,264 281 251 Swender, Connie ......, Swender, Linda ......, Swenson, Sonia ..... Swick, Shirley ...,........ Swoboda, Richard ...... Szelepinslri, Victor .......... Taggart, Dixie ..... .............. Talrara, Yasuo ,....... Takeshita, Clyde ........ Talley, Iudith ............. Tanahara, Yoshio ..,,.. Tanimoto, Earl ........ Tawney, Glynice ....... Taylor. Ben ............. Taylor, Harald ........ Taylor, Howard ,........ Teichgraeber, Ierry ....... Terrell. Caslon ............ Terrell, M. Hay ,....., Testortl, Ioy .............. Thomas Thomas Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas. , Barbara ........ Gloria ...... Iames ....,.. Kenneth ....... Linda ........... Thompson. Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson. Thompson, Thornberg, Bertrand ...,.. Bruce .,..... Carole ....... 200,241 21 264 241 281 161 241 264 264 194,241 285 75,165 187,264 251 96,106 189.241 219 134,185,264 123,154,187,251 196,241 265 179,196,241 189,251 154,185,281 138,l49.153,154,187.265 Celia ,,.,..,...,.., ...,,.................................... 2 65 Grace .......,,..................................................... 281 lack .......... ,. ........ ... ,... .... ,.,....... ....... 2 8 1 Norman , ..,, . Neta ........ Thorne, Glenda .......,... Thornhill, Charles ..... Thornhill, Shirley ..... Thornton, Charles .,........ Throgmorton, Annette ...... Tice, Larry .,,...,............., Tilton, Harold ............. Tipling, Patricia ....... . Tipton, Dale ............. Toburen, Larry ....... Torrence, Garda ........ Towns, Beverly ....... Tracy, Brandt ......... Tanbarger, Larry ....... Trolinger, Donna ....... Trostle, Emie ......, Turek. Arlene ........ Turner, Leonard ...... ..,..... - ....... Ubelalrer. Sharon ....... Ulmer, Ianet ..................... Unruh, Glenn Eugene ,.... Unruh, Leland ................ Unruh, Robert ........,,., Unruh, Ruby .,....... Urakawa, Nora ....... Urban. Rick ...,..... Urban, Robert ..... Uyeno, lrene ....... .. Vallier, Fred Eugene .................. Vancuren, Barbara ........ VanDaWa1ker, Vivian ........ Van!-lom, Edwin ............... VanLew, Iames ,.................. .... VanPetten, Wilha Lucille Vanwinlrle, Dixie Lee - ....... Varner, Donald .............. Vaughn. Iohn ............. 145,148,251 251 179,251 281 281 241 201,241 1,31 145,282 196,241 167 241 133,197,241 241 282 173,282 162,186,241 131.282 140.265 185,265 198,241 , ......... 177 251 147 189,241 265 165 241 282 73,165 162,199,241 173,205,282 100,133,154,282 197,241 197,241 133H54,189,265 Viar, Janis ..............,..... ,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 51 177,159,242 160,162,l98,282 Verhaeghe, Margie ...... Vestal. Gary Roger ...... Vlgola, Richard Lee ...... Vistuba, Coleen .,..,,........ Vogel, Dale Walter ........ Volland, Richard .,....... Volkland, Jeanne ...,. Vosburgh, Donella ....., ..,.,,,,,,,,, Wacek, Ioan ............,......,,,........,,., Wagamann, Deanna Marie ........ Waggoner, Larry .............,,...,.,.. Wagner, Elsie Dee ........,...,. Walburn, Donald ......,,.. Walk, Lois Lynette .......,.,,. Walker, Dennis Arwin ....... Walker, Jim ...,,,.,,.....,,...., Walker, Judith Ann .....,. Walkup, Grant .,.,....,.., Wall, lane .,...,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Wallace, Wallace. Wallace Wallace 4 Wallace, Wallace, Alex .................... Dwain Erksine ...., .. Frances Jeanette Patricia , ...,,,......, . Raymond ...,... Roger Dean ..... Walsh. Ianet ...........,.,. Walter, Donna .,...,,,,,,,,, ,, Ward, Delores Ann ........ Ward, Larry Wallace ..... Ward, Muriel Ann .....,.... Ward, William ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Warkentin, Gwydotta ....... Warner, Warner, Clarence .......... 241 251 141,160,251 179,194,241 265 282 139,195,242 138,141 161,285 146,179,251 135,179,282 150 193,265 251 150,211,213,214 139,193 l38,148,282, 132,140,251 130 90,148 l35,140,177,25l 179,197,242 131,140,282 131,251 , ..,.,. 187,265 143,200,242 131,136,149,159,173,265 Sandra Ann .....,.. ......,......... 1 22,t33,153,265 Warren, Frank ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Warren, Warrick, Martha Weppler Ilm ...............,..... r..... Waterbury, Agnes ...,,..,,,.,, Waters, Waters. Watson, Watson, Michael ...,,.,,,, ,, Stella Joyce ..,.. Agnes ....,.. ,,.,, Frances ...... 177,196,242 133,242 Watts, Jan LaRue ...,,.. , Watts, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Weaver, Marilyn ....., Weber, Judith ...... Weber, Thane ....,,. Webster, Betty .....,. Wedel, Karen ........ Wegner, Myrna ....... Weidman, Alvin .......... Weimer, Dean ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A Weingartner, Thomas .M .... . Winmann, James ......,...., Weirich, Sharon .......... Wiser, Patricia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,- Weiszbrod, Duane Weiszbrod, Linda ..... Welch, John .......,.. Welton, Judy ,,,,,,,,,,,,-,, Wenderott, Sandra ...... Wendling, Joseph ........ Wene. Verona ...,,,,,,,, Wesley, Jane ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, Westbrook, Lucille Westhoif, Myrna ,..... Wheeler, Janice ,..... Whipple, Carol ,.,.... Whitacre, Alan ...., White, Vicki .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Whitehead, Donald ...... Whiteley, Paul ...,....., Whiteman, Floyd ...... Whitney, Dennis ...... Wichman, LeRoy ...,.... 282 215 265 154 200,242 130 179,251 242 242 179,265 187,200,242 l00,153,155,187,251 251 149 251 145,285 251 251 145,263 131,197,242 129,143,146 140,147,157,17'l,263 252 193 177,252 198,242 138,282 242 185,242 137,199 282 217,222 282 131,265 138,191,265 Weins, David ...... Weins, Waldo ...... Wild, Larry ,.....,... Wilhelm, Don .......... Wilkinson, Arthur ..... Williams Williams, M. Wayne Williams, Patricia .,.,. Williams, Richard ..... Williams, Susan ...... Willis, Willis, Harold ...,... John ,....., Wills, Judith ..... Wills, Larry .......... Wilson, Wilson , Jackie ...... Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Barbara ..,... Karen ,..... Kay .... Linda ....... Shirley ...,..,... , Mary ....,......... Wing, Jimmie ....,.,..,....,.... Winsor, Arnold Gene , ...,. . Winters, Marietta ,,.,....... Winters, Myrna .......,,. Winterstein, Janice ....... Wirta, Warner ...,........ Withington, Ian ......., Wittman, Deanna ....,... Winzeler, Roger ,..,.., Wisdom, Susan ........,.. Withington, Janice ..... Wizer, Sondra ....,..,.,,.. Wolfe, Phile ...................., Wolford, Grace Ann .,..,.. Wolgast, Harold ............ Wolters, James ..,........ Womacks, Jean ...,,.,. Wodderson, Carl ..,.,... Woods, Gayle ......... Woodson, Carole ,.,..... Woodson, Richard ...... Wooster, Patricia ..,..,. Worcester, Sharon ...... Wright, Barbara ...... Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright. Wright, Wright, Judy ,,,,,,,.. Patricia ..,..,., Peqqv ------ Phyllis ..... Richard ....... Sherry ..,.. Wyriclc, Tom ..... Y Yadao, Florentina Salmasan Yamamoto, Kathleen Hideko Yantzi, Jerry ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 173,242 148 242 89,173,252 242 201 185,282 251 147,189,251 197 242 251 135,179,251 242 251 131,140,162,282 136,149,151,282 145,282 151,153,187,252 142,177,282 212 138 154,252 131,154,265 134 149,282 198 134 133,201,242 129,154 265 282 265 201,242 199,282 282 242 154 148 154,162,193 132,135,283 l40,147,183,283 147,183,283 151,265 74,l23,140,l65,283 163,281 Yocum, George ,.,,,,,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 52 Yoder, Neil .......... Yokono, Jerry ........ York, Karen .,........ Yoshiyama, Joji ........ Young, Young, Young, Young, Young, Youse, Zaima, Don ........... Edith ......... Golda .......... Howard ......, Vance ...... Duane ,...... Mary Ann ........ .,.,.,,. Zenger, Weldon ........... Zerener, Ian .....,.,.,.,,,,,,,, Zimmerman, Darrell ....,..,.., Zimmerman, Ruth Scott .,.,... Zoellner, Roy ,,,,...,.,,,,,,,,, Zoschke, Darlene .....,.. Zscheile, Dina Jo .......,.. 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