Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

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M V ., .. W., fm- - . -4. -1- '- -. , Q. cu,-:fair lf97f"'7':1'Z?9'-'Qif412'T21'f2 Y , ,,. . .,-.,.,g,-.1,,,, ,-1.,, A fy ym..rw'G'f-:rn i"5f'::4L ri :--',f'E bf-"pi .1 .1 H-1 71-2 Presenting Miss Lucia- Wray, Miss Sunflower of 1962. . For the first time in many years, the Sunflower chose a queen to represent the yearbook. Every organization, whether it was departmental, honor- ary, or social could enter the contest by submitting a picture of what they thought was the most typi- cal coed. The pictures Were then sent to Ball State Teachers College Where the Orient yearbook staff judged the girls on photogenic qualities and orig- inality of setting. Miss Lucia Wray, a freshman, sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity, won the contest. We are proud of our queen and promise to continue the contest in future years. Qf 1962. The Sunflower staff dedicates these pages to our queen, Miss Sunflower '44N.X, , f FRESHMAN WEEK1 On September 10, over fourteen hundred fresh- men crowded. the E-State campus for Freshman Week, sponsored annually by the Student Coun- c1l. Sunday afternoon, freshmen students and their parents were invited to attend the President's Reception. This reception provided new stu- dents with an opportunity to meet President King and faculty members, as well as other new students and their parents. Freshmen began their college careers the fol- lowing morning, meeting new people in the Student Union, if they were lucky, or taking placement tests and enrolling, if they had not pre-enrolled during the summer months. Social life started Monday night with a Square Dance Mixer. The Chessmen, La Rue Watts, Chuck Cowan, and Max Gile, all former Emporia State students, en- tertained at the All-School Dance. .f , rs S if Doug Slawson of Topeka introduces his parents to President King at the President's Reception, Sunday afternoon in the Terrace Room. Tuesday, the new students were officially Wel- comed by President King in a convocation in Albert Taylor Hall. There, they received their first college as- signment--to answer two questions in a letter to Presi- dent King: "Why are you in college?" and "Why are you in this college?" During the next few days, there were more special convocations, placement tests, schol- arship meetings, job opportunities, and enrollment meetings. To round out the week's activities, there was a Water- melon Feed and Pep Rally at Welsh Stadium sponsored by the Blue Key. The Freshmen Talent Show was held Wednesday evening. Finalists from the preliminary talent show tryouts presented their skits, songs, and dances. Friday night, the Chessmen entertained at the first all-school dance in the Colonial Ballroom. Fresh- men, equipped with the traditional black and gold beanie, ended the week with a free movie convo. Elin Barker, Mulyane, wonsfirst place in the Freshmen Talent Show with a dramatic reading. Sandy Bus, Wichita, and Linda Lounsbury, Kansas City, were runners-up. K. l The freshman class, largest ever, outnumbers all other classes. However, the number of out-of- state students has dropped to about two hun- dred. A combined total of 60,622 credit hours were carried first semester. Anyone could see the increased enrollment by looking at the new buildings and additions be- ing constructed on the campus. Classrooms are continually in use from 6:30 A.M. physical edu- cation classes to 10:00 P.M. night classes. Rush, Rush, Rush Sorority Rush Week began September 14, with Open House, and ended, September 17, with the traditional Preferential Dinners. A total of ninety six women were pledged. Many sororities developed rush themes about traveling: Sigma Kappa--"Gold Carpet Flight," Sigma Sigma Sig- ma--"Around the World," Alpha Sigma Alpha-- "World Cruise," and Chi Omega--"South Pa- cific." Alpha Sigma Tau had a theme around "Perfume Reflections" and Delta Zeta used a "Southern Fantasy" theme. Fraternities pledged one hundred thirty eight men at the close of Fraternity Rush Week, Sep- tember 17. Bar-B-Ques, Smokers, Stag Parties, and Preferential Dinners were some of the ac- tivities for Rush Week. Possibly, to the new pledge, Greek life symbol- izes a pin, ready-made friends, and social promi- nence. But life in a sorority house is more than that. It is an opportunity to develop and culti- vate stronger personalities in each member. This is accomplished through the pledge-parent pro- gram. Pledgeship is a time to overcome schol- astic and other difficulties, and to learn to live with people of the same age, and to understand them. - john Demos, TKE, explains some of the advantages of fra- ternity life to rushees during Open House. Long lines such as these were not uncommon during Fall enrollment in the Women's Gymnasium. Enrollment for the 1961-1962 school year was the largest in the history of Emporia State. With a twenty per cent increase over last yearls en- rollment, forty-five hundred resident students swelled the campus. Emporia State is one of the top ten fastest growing colleges in the United States. The women of Sigma Sigma Sigma, using a theme of "Around the World," entertain rushees at a Japanese party. K, L, MI? .5 'M . 1' Q .Ai-Q, 7 mx-J In the Rotunda of the Administration Building, stu- dents vote for class officers Some members of the Independent Students' Party urge E-Staters to get out and vote. ' The two student parties at Emporia State, the Independent Students' Party and the United Stu- dents' Party held Caucuses to nominate a student for each class office. A president, vice-president, and a secretary-treasurer for each class and three freshman class Student Council representatives were to be nominated and elected the following week when the polls were open for voting. This year, the United Students' Party pulled an upset, winning ten offices to the Independent Students' Party's six offices. ga Cheerleader hopefuls wait for a decision from the Stude t C 'l I U I . n ounci to see who will be one of the fourteen finalists. From these finalists, seven cheerleaders are elected by the student body in an all-school con- VOCHUOH. As Orientation Week draws to a close, new friend and old walk through the Sunken Gardens. 1 V 'W . 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We hope that you have found and will con- tinue to find Kansas State Teachers College dedicated to the highest ideals of education for each individual student, also, we , hope that you will want to share this mission with us in the years to Conde. The Kansas Board of Regents, the staff, faculty and administra- 1 tion of Kansas State Teachers College join me in expressing our it best wishes and sincere congratulations to you. The same sentiments are wished for the parents and friends who encouraged you to continue your education. have Sincerely yours, John E ' esident 1,2 'r- K.S.T.C. is governed by a Board of Regents, consisting of nine members appointed by the Governor of Kansas, subject to the approval of the Senate of the State Legislature. The Board of Regents appoints the President, who carries out the general administration of the institution. Each board member, aside from his profes- sion, works with problems of budgets, personnel selection and enrollment. BCARD OF REGENTS The Board of Regents. STANDING QL TO np: M M B' 1, . . Whitley Austin, and Mr. Ray Evans. SEATED CLrT0 :TI loft-f?.I:knMi: 1Yoi1EerD1?fI'iendIJl2i'1dgff llifllwlgeegi a?1dIl3VllbbfflMr ' ' ' Q - - r. em ent H. Hall. ""! ,Q 4 z X, , .f ,,'-w,y,,m5fg fjvffwiwf Dr. Howard Bellows, Associate Professor and As sistant to President King Mrs. Kathleen Gallatin, Secretary to President King v 7'-f J J' - e- Alf. -1:-.v:.'-rf: 11-5:-ug vffg 'X5'E-'5?,f.'-Qzfzil-ii' 'Jeff ,si 1. , FIELD SERVICES Mrs. Mary E. Hemmant is secretary of Field Services Z 2 i 2 Dr. J. J. Weigand is Director of Field Services The Director of Field Services is responsible for off-campus relations as well as for the schedul- ing of on-campus conferences and special events. Field Services maintains a list of faculty members who are available for speaking engagements and information concerning types of programs. As Special Events Director, Dr. Weigand and his committee arrange for cultural and entertain- ing attractions at the College, which have a varied appeal to all students. They sponsor the K.S.T.C. Artist Series, this year including Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians, the Cleveland Playhouse, the Wichita Symphony Orchestra and the National Ballet of Canada. They also sponsor movie convos, and trips to the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City. Dr. Weigand, as Special Events Director, has many duties to perform. 'Z 1 J Mrs, Imogene McCosh, Student Services secretary Roger Green, Coordinater of student affair: Tom Wyrick works in Field Services ii Jim Bowen works in Field Services sf-v 1 J 1, . , nf -, Ma f 4 if f -, fw-w:'2'P",1- t 4 X L .1 sw- AW' rgw " 'Y' .-if -f ,f :fi 'F 2 PLACEMENT BUREAU Head of the Placement Bureau is Mr. Boyd King. Secretary is Mrs. Donna McFane. The Placement Office es- tablishes credentials for both graduates and undergradu- ates applying for employ- ment. It maintains contacts with employers, recommends candidates for positions, and makes follow-up studies. The Office maintains con- tacts With industrial firms which employ candidates with diversified types of training. Assistant Director is Mrs. Fish 18 ' ' " A f' " - mu-V'-mn.,,1:,q5..cf ggq,...s..,.:,.-,.,,4.g,1..L.s .-,: .1 Y g,.., ee- .a - - .. . . I Y , ., ,...4.:.1.,..,:-H.. L .- :7V.,:,,1-zsnufa.. az,-:F ,vgffihp-2 llkrpl-Kiwi. STUDENT SERVICES Mr. R. -William Wygle, Director of Student Personnel Services The Student Personnel Service was officially organized in 1948 under the direction of George Comstock. When it was later reorganized in 1954 under the direction of Laurence Boylan, the fol- lowing areas were included in the service: Dean of Men, Dean of Women, Faculty-Student Ad- visement, Rehabilitation Advisement and Veter- ans' Affairs. Off-campus Housing and Aids Services were later transferred to Personnel Services. In 1960, R. William Wygle became of the Service. A Student Organization was developed in 1960-61. W ........i Student Student Director Services K i BACK ROW KL TO RJ: Mr. Lawrence Woellhof, instructorg Dr. Duane Hethinger, Assistant Professorg and Mrs.. Steven Muck, Grad- uate Assistant FRONT ROW CL TO RD: Dr. Charles A. Baznik, Associate Professorg Dr. Eldene Moulton, Assistant Professorg and COUNSELING BUREAU The Counseling Bureau was organized in Although all students may take advantage 195Q. A psychiatrist offers weekly consultative of the service, the Counseling Bureau is of special services to the college. Staff members affiliated significance to freshmen who may be indefinite with the Bureau teach on a half-time basis. about their vocational goals. . , -.,s2w,w.fx: :. Y' 1 , .MW ,x,,-.,,,.,,i aswf...,q3gggL:u1::3":'9.'BiS2S:'f:42??',:.gg-:53::.:w.,'?:':-4 ,.:if'.:L-3121:'e:.f:f:ftQg3:g'LZ-5,11212-1' -'aff .- 1w--- -f ,L .J . -. - ,,.. . ws., -W -- -,.-....,,. , . .. ,,, ,. . DEAN 0F WCJMEN DeandRuth Schillinger, Associate Professor and Dean of Women lLEFTl, chats with Mrs. Jacqueline Burns, instructor in E ucation DEAN GF MEN The Dean of Men and the Dean of Women are responsible in their respective areas for counseling, residence halls, withdrawals, reinstatements and dis- cipline, and all social organizations and college activi- ties for students. The Dean of Men is responsible for the Veterans' Affairs. The Dean of Women is also re- sponsible for off-campus housing for women. Professor and Dean of Men, V.T. Trusler steps down this year to Dean of Men Emeritus after devoting seventeen years of service as Dean of Men, the longest anyone has served in this capacity. xv LJ L W f gifibwgiieuieituub u SI N Student dormitories are supervised by the Dean of Men and the Dean of Women, with the Director of Auxiliary Services in charge of the operation of the buildings. Off-campus housing units are supervised by the co-ordinator of Off- campus Housing. - Ftlis-KJ! REHABILITATICN SERVICE In 1953, the College took exten- sive actions to make all facilities on the campus available to physically handicapped students, realizing this would make it possible for handi- capped students to pursue any pro- gram of study. This service has been under the direction of Paul DeVivo during the 1961-1962 school year. Mr. Paul DeVivo, head of Rehabilitation , f X 1 STUDENT AIDS Acting Student Aids advisor is Mr. Maurice Dutton. l l President Vice-president Sam Hayes Paul McNab TUDENT GOVERNMENT The desire of K.S.T.C. students to be heard is carried out through the Student Council. Elected by the student body, these fourteen council mem- bers work in coordination with the administration and the student body. Sam Hayes served as presi- dent this year. Assisting him were Paul McNab as vice-presidentg Bonnie Jones as secretary, and Dale Greiner as treasurer. In September, the Student Council members returned to campus a week early to assist with Freshman Orientation Week. They sponsored such activities as a talent show, square dance, pep rally, watermelon feed, all-school dance, and tours of the campus for the new students. In November, the Student Council sponsored the annual Home- coming Dance held at the Civic Auditorium. Dur- ing the winter months they sponsored varsity dances after home basketball games. The Penny Carnival and Student Government elections in May completed a full year of activities. sf- representative Sr. representative Sr. representative jr. representative Gary Sheffef BONUS .limes Bibb .l0hflSt0I1 ' Mary Ann Mahon kxkxL 5 K kxh: L.AX L,LLZ -L V, -V -- -f. ,f f--X-an .,,. , w ' M 'MQW X M , , ,..,. A 3 . V if V g V A A-rig---""'a"""'A"' i r I f.. ma i S jr. representative Jr. representative Anita Edwards Dale Greiner Sopb. representative Fr. representative Pat Afel' Richard Marks math Qpxifff f' VMWWO f ' iwwfiwf ,vin aft:- war 1 WfnWfffff5f4eC . anlfiiff? Sopb. representative Sopla. representative Donna Campbell Leslie Cyrus Fr. representative Fr. representative Janice May Carolyn Joyner 1 WW! f f W ff!! i E 5 , Mr Al Locke, head of Traffxc TRAFFIC W?M V M:V.,::,4,:. 4.,, , , rib. ,,,, ..,, ' A5 41AVA --.g::f,s,:, - " - -' V ' x " ' "' 1' ,C ,,.V ,,,, '1 1 ' ' 5 Y 3 , f f 3 2 ? ' , w f W5 , L f M Mi 5:5 45 , . 1 1 L 'Ii ii fl fl 1 w w i 3 1 5 , N 26 M . ug , H I Dr. Everett Rich, Professor of English and Secretary of Endowment Association ENDOWMENT The establishment of the Endowment Association in 1952 had a significant impact on the scholarship program. Since its beginning, the Association has shown an increase in corporation assets. At least fifty different matching awards are provided by the Teachers College and various organizations. These sources include the Emporia Scholar- ship Foundation, Curli-Q, an annual benefit variety show, and the Alum- ni Association. BUREAU 0F EDUCATIONAL MEASUREMENTS Dr. Merrit Sanders, Professor of Psychology and head of Department, and Director of Bureau of Educational Measurements NFS' e aw . W! BUSINESS ADMINISTRATICN Mr. R.G. Cremer is Professor and Dean of Business Administra- tion. He is responsible for all the physical affairs of K.S.T.C., which includes the general office, physical plant, business office, auxiliary services and the press. BUSINESS OFFICE 1 Office staff from left to right: front row - Rosie Reedx Kay Delmer, Loretta Young, Lee Veach and Bonme Everett. Back row - Glennis Lyons and Karen Wells. Mrs. Locke is in charge of the business office Mr Jack Davxs IS the Dlrector of Auxxhary Services. AUXILIARY SERVICES Mr. Jim Pickert is the Ass't. Manager I I I ,. I I I .I 'I -I ,. I I 'I I :I I 'I ,I I I I II I I I II II I II I II- II ,I III, I III so I , I 'II II TUDENT uNloN The Student Union, nucleus of campus ac- tivity life, was built as a dedication for those men killed in World War II. The purpose of the Union is to provide the students with a place of recrea- tion and leisure. But in order to fulfill this pur- pose, a new addition was added to the original building. Because of the newly increased enroll- ments, there came a demand for further expansion, thus a still newer addition is nearing completion. The new addition will house the new Hornets Nest. The students at K.S.T.C. are proud of their activity center and the recreation that it provides for them. Several student aid offices are located in the Union, some of which are the Student Council Student Health Office, and the Sunflower Office. These offices are placed at the students disposal. Also housed in the Union is a cafeteria, which of- fers an array of food delicacies, the Hornets Nest, 21 place of "get-togetherl' over a soft drink, two large ballrooms, used for many campus activities Such as dances, parties, concerts, and meetings, a bookstore which provides the student with all types of school supplies, and a beautiful lobby which serves as a place of rest and leisure for those students wanting to relieve themselves of their academic work. 3 Mr. Tom Moore manages Student Union affairs '-'-"""? .,-,,:-'-'-'- . Y , , . ..,.- X. . - ,l-1g WX NX X X X X Mrs Marjorxe Hartman, manager of the Bookstore BCOKSTCRE I . XXX N2 Vir- X i. i X X I 5 X! X Q X X EX 5 E EX 5 X IX X N X X 11 XX N E 5 l - .h.. ..-W X ' ' XF J T I 2 M M3 X X NEX XF ,X XX? .X X, WX ,Xie XXX., XX! yi XX? X X X , X L ZX Mary Beth Schrader, ass't. Lorena Nichols, ass't XXX 'X X 'N 5. X X, X XX V 32 'Wu 'Wi F00 D SERVICES wr.. "' q Miss Bishop, administrator of Food Services Mrs. Nash, head cook Mrs. Cremer and Mrs. Baron help prepare the food. 77' 7' V 5 'ff I . r i ia 'x MAINTENANCE X ef ff 4 1 3 Mr. Riley D. Stormont, Associate Professor and Superintendent of Physical Plant To thank for a beautiful and well-kept campus, the maintenance staff N H w l ii 'wx H, 11 'N 34 "M TUDENT BCJARD 0F PUBLICATIONS STANDING QL TO RJ Mr Ober, Mr. Brinkman, and Mr. Ladwig. SBATED QL TO RJ Cbafrman Dr. Russell, Mary Ann Lutz, Keith Greiner, and Mr. Reicherter. The Student Publications Board sets up gen- eral policies and directs all student publications receiving school-wide distribution, including the Sunflower, the Bulletin and the Quivim. The board, consisting of three faculty members and three student members, meets bi-monthly. One of the jobs of the Board of Publications is to choose the editors and assistant editors of the Bulletin and Sunflower. Applications are submit- ted to them in the spring and they are judged on qualifications and interest. 7 I ,, X X0 i ff Off if f Z f I I li ll ll lf l, ll SUNFLCWER EDITOR Donna Fitzpatrick ASSISTANT EDITOR Sharron Swender EditOr's Note NOW that the year has passed and I see the improvement over the past year, I have a sense of satisfac- tion, but this feeling dims when I think of the goals I had hoped to attain, goals which were never reached. But the goals that were accomplished could not have been reached without the help of'certain individuals, and these people I wish to thank. First, I thank those people who helped without any credit, my roommates included. Then there are the staff members that did more than their share. Two freshman girls that stand out in my mind are Marilee Marcelus and Sherry HO- kanson. Marilee did work On the Organization, greek and sports sec- tions and Sherry did the class sec- tion and drama. Judy Simpson did the typing and took care Of all the correspondence. Noel Klein de- signed the cover and jack Taylor did the art work within the year- book as well as the administration with the help Of Norma jacks, Kar- en Houts, and Sharron Swender. Then there are those people repre- senting different organizations over the campus, Or maybe just them- selves, that showed interest in the yearbOOk's progress by coming in the office and helping out in some small way. TO all these people, I give many, many thanks. D. F. ART DIRECTOR Jack Taylor .fr- f 1 SYTZQ? J W Marilee Marcellus Don Swender Judy Simpson Carol Bell The Sunflower, under the editorship of Donna Fitzpatrick, began early to organize and develop the new 1962 edition of the Sunflower. Many revisions and changes were necessary since an entire new format was to be used. Noel Klein, art director, and Sharron Swender, assistant editor, met with Donna and the sponsor, J. W. Brinkman to plan the changes. The new yearbook was to have a larger page size, 9x12 instead of the former Shxll. The size of the book was increased from 318 to 540 pages, including two foldout pages. These pages were especially useful for the band and choir. Four color pages were also incorporated into the yearbook, along with the four- color end sheets. A new student section was added which told the story of the student activities during the year. As the year progressed, a staff was organized. Noel Klein was art director first semester and Jack Taylor became art di- rector second semester. judy Simpson did the clerical work. Norma jacks, Sherry Hokanson, Marilee Marcellus, Carolf Bell, Don Swender, Karen Houts, and Wilma Lee worked as staff members writing copy and organizing sections in the yearbook. Photo Services, directed by Gary Mason shot nearly all the Sun- flower photographs. - Others, too numerous to mention, contributed simply by suggestions, criticisms, and interest. We aimed to please. Kafefl HOW Sherry Hokanson B Norma Jacks BULLETIN Part of the first semester Bulletin staff takes a well-earned minute of rest to enjoy.the product of thIeirleff0rfS- STANDING QL TO RD: Robert Lowen, jim Christy. Peggy Mullen, and Dorothy Schwindt. SEATED: Austin ar ey. First Semester Sta EDITOR .... ASSISTANT EDITOR NEWS EDITOR . . SOCIETY EDITOR . SPORTS EDITOR . FEATURE EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER Ass'T BUSINESS MGR. . Second Semester EDITOR .... . . . ASSISTANT EDITOR NEWS EDITOR . . EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS . FEATURE EDITORS SOCIETY EDITORS . SPORTS EDITORS . BUSINESS MANAGER I ASS T BUSINESS MGR. . ff . . Austin Farley . . jim Christy . Peggy Mullen Dorothy Schwindt . . Bob Lowen . Judy Swenson . Bob Stowers . Bud Vincent staff Dorothy Schwindt . . jim Christy . Judy Swenson Delores DonCarlos . . Carol Bell Paula Frazier . Karen Houts jerrie Eckart . Norma Jacks Shelby Steele . Betty Stover Bob Lowen . Larry McCall . Gary Byrne The Bulletin is published all year long ex- cept for the month of August, examination periods and school holidays. In past semesters an eight page issue was published every Friday. Second semester this year, under an experimental plan de- signed to provide students with "fresher" news, the Bulletin was published bi-weekly, every Tues- day and Friday. Both issues were four-page news- papers, printed on the Teachers College Press new offset press. By means of the offset printing method the Bulletin was able to offer the students a higher quality product, better paper. The Bulletin provides information about job openings, club and official notices, placement news, cartoons, pinning and engagement an- nouncements, along with editorials, book reviews, and sports. Nelson Ober was temporary advisor first semester and Tom Ladwig was faculty advisor second semester. The Bulletin won second prize for the non- daily campaign in the Lumberman's 14th Annual Safe Driving Contest winning a S250 cash award. The prize winning paper was the special safety issue of December 20, 1961, distributed before Christmas Vacation. The competition was spon- sored by the Lumberman's Mutual Casualty Com- pany which chose judges to select the winners. The Bulletin kicked off the Dean's Emergency Fund campaign by donating the S250 prize money and by sponsoring the "Paunch Bowl," the faculty- versus-faculty benefit basketball game, which add- ed 5573 to the Fund. The Kansas State Teachers College Press, an independent operation, functional entirely within itself, has been regulated by the Civil Service Board since 1955. Working in conjunc- tion with Graphic Arts, Photo Services and the Publications Bureau, the Teachers College Press is devoted to serving the mission of the College. This mission consists of primarily printing only material submitted by the College Departments. Mr. Carl Hoffmans, the printing plant foreman and manager, has a full-time crew consisting of two linotype operators, a compositor and three pressmen plus eight part-time student workers of which one does secretarial work and others do finishing or bindery jobs. The crew's salary, paper supplies and equipment are paid for from receipts of printing. Mr. Carl Hoffmans, manager and foreman PRINT SHCP . mf, Charles E. Brooks Shirley Smith, secretary Homer M. Bush Irvin LeClear i Mr JW Brinkman, head of Graphic Arts, and jim Bushey work out a design for a brochure Graphic Arts, located in Room 202 of the Administration Building handles al- most all of the visual aspects of publicity concerning K.S.T.C. It serves all depart- ments of the school by doing all mechanical art work on posters, brochures and pam- phlets. Graphic Arts works in coordination with the Print Shop, Photo Services and the Bureau of Publications. Graphic Arts also serves an instructional purpose - a labora- tory for experience for the student help. Geor e Charlsen assistant head lans what 'ob is next in U g , , p 1 lme to be completed. PHOT0 SERVICES -lg.. ...l Y Photo Services, now located in the Hu- manities Building takes pictures for any organizations or persons from the school or community. Pictures for Student Coun- cil and class offices, coverage for parties, important school and community events5 convocations, Sunflower and Bulletin pho- tographs, pictures for posters and adver- tisements for Curli-Q, plays and special events are some of the responsibilities of Photo Services. i r l i , . ' ' d . NOT STANDING TANDING CL TO RJ: Vincent Marshall, Larry Cohen, .lim Dlckefsgm' Daiiciijlggzgnaaiilogtulliyln' and Sid An erson lL TO RJ: Larry Salisbury, IINSERTJ Chuck Barrett, and Betty Duf. NOT - . 9 E h- 4 1-., ,.., ..,..as..... ...... at . 4, 2.4 L " INSTRUCTICN Dr. Laurence Boylan, Professor of Education and Dean of Graduate Studies Dr. Nathan P. Budd, Professor of Education and 5 Dean of Instruction GRADUATE STUDIES - ' -1 - ----,-- 1-.---4-. ,:. .-:Qg5p1.1.:.1......r-.g1-,V,,q.,,G1::.,L..Lr,',:,,:,,VLA 7 2 Dr. Darrell Wood, Associate Professor and Director of Extension and Correspondence Study EXTENSICN AND CDRRESPONDENCE .-I , If LIBRARY SERVICE Mr. Benjamin B. Richards, Professor and Chairman of Library Education and Serv- R ice. . H ii , 'R " ...,.... mmm - ADMISSION AND RECORDS BU RSAR Betty Howell, bursar Dr. Dixon Smith, Professor of Social Science and Director of Admissions and Records O qs: 5 -L N . :Yew M Ny A Q XJ Nw.: ART DEPARTMENT E N. R. Eppink, Professor of Art and Head of De- partment jury of the Student Art Exhibition meets to make final decisions. STANDING KL TO RJ: Vic Spinski, art students Rex Hall, Asst. Prof.: and Richard Slimon, Instr. SEATED CL TO RJ: Gary Mason, Instr.: N. R. Eppink, Prof.: Mary Kretslnger, Assoc. Prof.f and J. W. Brinkman, Asst. Prof. Mr. Hall and Mr. Slimon search for slides from the new slide file for their art classes. l il I Miss Krestinger and Mr. Brinkman confer with Mr. Eppink. l 1 The Annual Students Art Exhibition is being hung under the supervision of Mr. Slimon, Art Gallery Director. ' Th t ma'ors are reparing to exhibit some of their work in the Second ese ar 1 p Annual Art Fair. CL TO RJ: Linda Howell, Harry Reynolds, Karen Nichols, Janet Donald KBACKGROUNDJ, Vic Spinski, and Paul Eck. Vic Spinski KFOREGROUNDD prepares to sell some of his ceramics at the Art Fair held in the Sunken Garden BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT Dr. Theodore F. Andrews, Professor of Biology and Head of Department Dr. Boles gives a tour of the biology reservation to high school biology students. lf ,Z , X, X 4 l5 5 KZ ff ,ff li ,Z f , f A we H7 I f F Z af 4 Hifkkhm 1 2 I l li z n 1 1. li l gs ,Q 5, 4 ,NV J, 54 1, l '1 E M lf PM il 1:1 ,H ii w 'x Mr. Schmidt, museum taxidermist, prepares a specimen for the biology department Dr. Brukelman, Prof., catches up on some office work. Dr. Boles, Asst. Prof., prepares for class with the aid of slides and pamphlets. Dr. Wilson, Asst. Prof. in Plant Taxonomy, prepares some reports. 'Dr. Basch, Asst. Prof., fills out some college forms. T Dr. Leisman, Assoc. Prof. of Biology in Paleo Botany, examines a specimen. Dr. Frazier, Prof. of Biology in Science Education, gives his secretary detailed in- structions. Mr. Rowe, Asst. Prof. Mr. Spencer, Lecturer, and Mr. Gladfelter, Assoc. Prof., share a news item. I I Dr. Raymond Russell, Profexsor of Businexs and Business Education and Head of Department DIVISION OF BUSINESS AND BUSINESS EDUCATION CL TO RD: Alline Holmes, Instr., Findley Hartzler, Asst. Prof., Victor C. Hiett, Asxoc. Prof., Carl W. Birchard, Axst. Prof., and Marc Marcellus, Instr. X QL TO RJ: Adelaide Kauzer, Prof., Marcella Mouser, Instr. Louis H. Gilles, Assoc. Prof., and Dr. Herman Baehr,Prof. 12 ,, Edwin S. Hooper, Asst. Prof. R h H Instr., and Lloyd Edwards CL TO RJ: Rida Duckwall, Asst. Prof., Richard F. Reicherter, Asst. Prof., et a oover, Assoc. Pro f. James A. Bikkie, Instr. E IV SION OF TEACHER EDUCATION Dr. Allesc Daughtry, Professor of Education ami Cbuirmgn of Dzmszon of Teacher Education 1 FOREGROUND CL TO RJ: Dr. Huff, Prof. of Educ., Dr. Ruth Schillinger, Assoc. Prof. Educ., Dr. Darrell Wood, Assoc. Prof. BACKGROUND QL TO RJ: Dr. Stibal, Assoc. Prof. and Director of Teacher Educ.,' Mr. Truax, Asst. Prof. CL TO RD: Helen Brown, Asst. Prof., Helen Douglass, Asst. Prof., Vincent J. Bowman, Asst. Prof. CL TO RD: Dr. Don E. Carline, Asst. Prof., Jeannette Bigge, Assoc. Prof., William Edwards, Asst. Prof Dr. A. Truman Hayes, Assoc. Prof. and Head of Dept. of Elementary Educ. Dr. Theodore Owen, Profexxm' of English and Head of Department ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mr. Roahen, Assoc, Prof. and Mr. Wyfrick, Prof. discuss 21 magazine 21rtiClC. Y W L, Qi xoxo. zf ,f W4 1 1 X5 , Q P r A 1 Y r .l I+ i, 4 i l w 1 r 1 1 l I 1 . 1 l I J l l M Ji . ii 'lr .3 4 'E N1 F w I , V w Mr. Gillespie, Asst. Prof., confers with Dr. Winifred Shannon, Lecturer. Dr. june Morgan, Assoc. Prof., shares an article with Mr. Howard K. Denniston, Instr. Glenn Kready, Instr. and Dr. Eleanor Hoag, Assoc. Prof., inspect a new book FCREIG LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Dr. Minnie M. Miller, Professor of Foreign Languages and Head of Department, demonstrates how the language lab works to student, Sandy Buss. Miss Lillian Wall, Axsl. Prof. and Mr. F. Scott Helwig, Inxtr. Foreign students in native dress are KL TO RJ: Mr. Walter Chu, Hong Kongg Mr. Maung Tun Myint Burmag Miss Grace Hsu, Formosag Miss Praneet Khaoneum, Thialand. Dr. Gertrude Denning, Asst. Prof Dr. J. Chalmers Herman, Assoc. Prof., and Mr. Jack E. Evans, Asst. Prof. DIVISICN CF HEALTH PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATICN MEN' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Dr. Don E. McCullough, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wallace Browning, Assoc. Prof. Keith Caywood, Assoc. Pro E. D. Fish, Asxoc. Prof. Jeanne C. Galley, Assoc. Prof. WOMEN' PHYSICAL EDU CATION Fencing class preparing for action 1 Badminton form with a tennis racket and ball CL TO RD: Margaret Hawk, grad. assi., Wanda Ecker, grad. assi., jean Dissinger, Inslr., Jeanne C. Galley, Assoc. Prof., Freddie jones, Instr., and Dorothy Martin Assoc. Prof., NOT PICTURED, Miss Hill, Miss Malcolm, and Mrs. Edwards. ,, 67 Dr. Kathryn Whitten, Pfofessor of Home Economics and Head of De- partynent HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Child care class sa - 5 5 Diana Schmidt and june McClure admire a suit made in class Patsy Edwards demonstrates proper use of the washing machine Dr. E. L. Barnhart, Professor and Head of Department INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Many fine pieces of work were displayed at the 1961-62 Industrial Arts Fairf KL TO RJ: Dale Hogan, Asst. Prof. and Arland Grover, Instr. and Asxt Registrar. CL TO RD: Harold Woods, Asxoc. Prof., N. R. Ashbaugh, Asst. Prof. john Quackenbush, I nstr. CL TO RJ: Mrs. Marjorie Williams, circulation librariang Mrs. Mildred Meyers, per. and ext. librarian: Miss Ruth Hanson Asxt. Prof. and supervisor of School Libraryg and CSEATEDJ Mr Benjamin B. Richards, Prof. and Chairman of Library Educa- tion and Library Service. QL TO RJ: Miss Esther Vandervelde, catl. librarian: Mrs. Rervl Liezl. and Miss Helen Klostermann. DIVISICN OF LIBRARY EDUCATION AND SERVICE i E QL TO RD Mr. Bob Hampton, cataloger: Mrs. Opal Cunningham, and CSEATEDJ Miss Gertrude Lemon, ref. librarian. VfW-W,-.,.y,...,-.-M,f-.,M,...,, ,..-, M , QL TO RJ: Miss Alice Ruf, Asst. Prof., Mr. Mark Pedigo, Miss Inez Cox, and QSEATEDJ Mrs. Irene Hansen, Assoc. Prof. ll ii xiii l AUDIC AIDS VISUAL DEPARTMENT Mr. Mark Pedigo, Asst. Prof. and Head of Audio Vismkl Aids Center. Mrs. Opal Cunningham, secretary Walt Tokishi demonstrates use of tape, recorder to CI. TO RJ: Judy Allen Byrne, Pat Christiansen, Angeline Youngdahl, Betty Sloop, l l l 1 W ,, ll , l we ,. l jx El ll 4 fl M L ll ll EN ll F M li I is Nfl l J V 12 li 1 l l 1 1 it 4 5 A 5 74 Marilyn Welch and Sue Gray. w Dr Marlon Emerson Pzrfexsoz of Muffy um! Head rf Dep Hman! MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT . ' , ' 1 ' 1 u ' V ' ...MA ,,... W-, W I I CL TO Rb: Donald Bruyr. Instr.,' Dr. John D. Burger, Prof.,' and Charles Tucker, Assoc. Prof. l i CL TO RD: John Couch, Instr., and Lester Laird, Assoc. Prof KL TO RJ: George Downing, Instry and Vernon Sheffield, Asst. Prof. I ' Dr. Robert M. Taylor, Professor of Music and Head of Department MUSIC DEPARTMENT fFOREGROUND L TO RJ: Donald Vogel, Instr.g Dr. Robert Taylor, Prof., Dr. Joseph Weigand, Prof., and Robert Anderson, Asst. Prof. H yr CL TO RJ:Va1eta Ives, Asst. Prof.,' Rosamond Q Hirschorn, Assoc. Prof., and Irene Johnson, Assoc. Prof. I W Paul Moore, Instr. accompanies Edwin I.. Stuntzner, Assoc. Prof., at the piano. CL TO RJ: Virgil Person, Assoc. Prof., Richard Kamprath, Instr., Irene johnson Assoc. Prof.f and L. J. Liegl, Assoc. Prof. - Miss Irene johnson gave her annual faculty recital at the beginning of the 1962 summer. Summer Music Camp was started again under the direction of Mr. Nugent PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Dr. Winston Cram. Profexsor of Physical Science and Head of Department i R QL TO RJ: W. M. Potts, Lecturer, Norman Rhode, Asst. Prof., and Miss Van Englehoven, Instr. CL TO RD: Paul Johnston, Instr., Dr. Guy Homman, Asst. Prof. and Ward Overholt, Assoc. Prof. PSYCHOLCGY DEPARTMENT Dr. Merritt Sanders, Professor of Psychology and Head of Department ' I f I QL TO RJ: Dr. Eugene Edgington, Asst. Prof., William Tucker, Instr., and Dr. George Kemp, Asst. Prof. CL TO RJ Mr Phxllp Brough Asst Prof D F Kilpatrick Asst Prof and Dr Stafford Studer Lecture: I I . A ' , . ry r- J- ' I ' 1 ' " ' , . as CL TO RJ: Dr. Dal Cass, Asst. Prof., Dr. William Gray, Prof., and Dr. Elton Amburn, Asst. Prof Dr. William Seiler, Professor of Social Science and Chairman of Division DIVISION OF SCCIAL SCIENCE Joyce Wirklam. xecretary Roy Durham, Axsoc. Prof. CL TO RJ: George English, Ant. Prof.. Walter Butcher, Asxt. Prof., Ronald Davis, Asst. Prof., Eldon Snyder, Instr., and Roy Durham, Assoc. Prof. CL TO RJ: Ronald Davis, Ant. Prof., Edward L. Homze, Asst. Prof., and Dr. Seiler Walt Butcher, Asxl. Prof, Dr. Stewart Boertman, Prof. William Hoekendorf, Asst. Prof Dr. Karl Bruder, Professor of Speech and Head of Department, speaks with Joyce Martin. SPEECH DEPARTMENT l r B9 - E E E l l Q E u I CL TO RJ: Joe Rossillon, Im'l5'.. Dr. George R.R. Pflaum, Prof., Mr. Hilyard, Instr., and Richard Hildreth Asxoc. Prof. -if l I 1 fL TO RJ: Jim Maloon, Instr., Charles Hill, Instr., and john DeBross, Instr QL TO RJ: Miss Shields, James McTeague, Asst. Prof. and Dr. Bruder Ji ,. ,, V A ,ww 4.3 I W Gai Q n WWW fi ' xg U fg :M 1 --1 af Q Q, ', isa? V- X g X IQ Z? ,fir 512 3 wb f n " 341, N 1. M , X 3 ' in - '65, ' A " 4? ff K xp -1-1-. ,f f , f ff K nf 92 H '21 fe ' 54 A eg 5 3 V :aff Q3 - 4 7. 4, . X V v f' ,X M54 my f 4 f , ,X fi. , - fam: 1 H ,,., W 1 ff " F 1 ,V , "mf Wm 'ff ,ws ,fy 5 - mf V' 11' 2 Iv V '1 I I HCMECOMIN Students follow band downtown in annual homecoming Pep Rally. ,f- Y IW?" mv 3 HCMECOMI N PREVIEWS Something new was added this year to E-State's homecoming activities called Homecoming Pre- views. Each organization presented their candidate by means of a skit. The Previews were held in Albert Taylor Hall to present the candidates to the Students. Bonnie jones, Delores Comas, jan Dut- ton, Mary Ann Mahon, Marilyn Gertsen, were judged on poise, charm and photogenic qualities. Miss Peggy Pedagog, Bonnie Jones, was crowned at the opening performance of Curly-Q to reign over the entire weekend of homecoming activities. Bonnie jones receives many congratulations after being A crowned Miss Peggy Pedagog. X , l I Miss Peggy Pedagog and her court, Jan Dutton, Sigma Kappag Dee Comas, Delta Zetag Bonnie jones, Miss Peggy Pedagog, Mens Resident Hall, Marilyn Gertsen, Sigma, Sigma, Sigma, and Mary Ann Mahon, Alpha Kappa Lambda. lm l. li Q: l, 94 gl T I I Y 1 I I 1 i l 1 I 1 Q l f 1 I w w 1 4 i l I W' ,M 326, ' X Lk X U f---HW--- .... M .,.Y. M,.,l-V,f.,.f,,1,l,: ...:, ,. , . , .W :j,,,ffv J . 4' H f- My Z G + Q f f , ' vxgffi f L f ' f ' .f'i't 1 ,J f f' 'U 'A ns " M f " uf' V 2gQQW""'Z' 'f f N .K Y K ., .3--'L 7. I 4 sw !,,, if 5, f I pf 2: gif I . wi s K I ! 'H pn, HALFTIME Miss Peggy Pedagog receives flowers and congratulations. Band performs during halftime ceremonies. Keith Griener escorts Bonnie jones, Miss Peg- gy Pedagog, at halftime. Band performs during halftime ceremonies. 96 mam i L 9 l l 2 L 'Q I I H 1 ' 1 ?" Y +A vw, QP, li, 3 Q r iZz44mfs..L,, 4 ,WM I I I I TI I I I I I a I I I Curli Q cast shows how they think Christopher Columbus discovered America. After Curli Q many students went to the homecoming dance featuring Tommy Dorsey Band. 98 The centennial is celebrated by square dancers in the 14th annual Curli Q Benefit show. :T I I I I I I I Y I I 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I E I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Decorations The Tri Sig's go deep sea diving and come up with a beat Gorilla. The Sig Tau's welcome alums. i'Wf if i The Men's Dorm heads West to Death Valley with their decorations. Q! l The AKL's claim victory. Homecoming was here once again. Unlike last year rain was scarce and the day was beautiful. Discouraged because of rain in past years, not as many organizations entered the an- nual contest. The theme chosen this year was television programs. Those who entered were Morse Hall, "The Flint Stones", Morse Hall Annex, "Wanted: Dead or Alive", Hui O' Hawaii, "Hawaiian Eyeng and Tau Phi Delta, "Wonderful World of Color." The other organizations con- tributed money to charity. The Tau Delts, newly organized, put up decorations in front of the campus. f. i i 1 l W ix 22 I, ? 3 'IOO T l l . V Hui O Hawaii's Hawaiianeye seeks victory. Alpha Tau's welcome Alums. 1 S y . 1 K The dorm's Corky beats down the Gorillas. 1' ,e',,, , sh, - ,- f I . W NX 4 fi n X f f f ,J J' , ffigr, C. ' , Q f 3,4 ,, uf, 1 ,. 7 , W Wil V H f " Agn fail 749 , .l:Q'f"gp 37, , ,- ,, ,yn fW'WZ?,'f?ff N, n,j"lf,g if 5. CDM ,mf a , , 1,2 mT,4,,, , 5f'?73?w ' Q F. .WM X 577, , .Wm .6 ,,, ' X , ugh' mf.. ,Q ,Sw I 4 ' 'V' 'NL 4 fl. ri ,Lf ,Q 4 bf' v. . wwf! "x:'4'2a f 4 101 102 Miss Lucia Wray, chosen as Miss Sun- flower was photographed by Scott Irwin for Sigma Phi Epsilon. The runner-ups were Marilyn Hoecker, International Clubg Joyce Reusser, Alpha Sigma Taug Mary jane Martin, Delta Zetag and Mari- lyn Newton, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Miss Lucia Wray Winning Photograph QT I X l Miss Sunflower finds CI relaxing way to study. r v Miss Marilyn Hoecker, first runner-up, photographed by Scott Irwin. 104 Miss Joyce Reusser, second runner-up, photographed by Karen Adams. I gilisclgfglrsg- jane Martin, third runner-up, photographed by Mxss Marnlyn Newton fourth runner up photo graphed by Larry Toburen. 105 106 jackie Patton, Helen Roberts and June McClure smile happily upon receiving their trophies. Helen Roberts was selected to reign as Miss Em- poria State of 1962. First runner-up was June Mc- Clure and second runner-up was Jackie Patton. Dressed in a black sheath Miss Roberts did a pan- tomine "Something Else." She reigned at the Xi Phi Dance. Emporia Relays, and was a candidate for the Drake Relays Queen and Miss Kansas. Helen Roberts, queen, is congratulated after contest. ai - MISS EM PORIA STATE V 1--v7.fia- -1-2---7-W - 2- 108 Jfme Mcclufe Spfmsofed by Phi Sign? EP' Helen Roberts pantomines in her act "Ma, I-Ie's Making Eyes at Me." She silon models fashions from the moon in her was sponsored by Sigma Tau Gamma. act called Moonlight Becomes You. "Japanese Fantasy" was the title of jackie Patton's pantomine. Men's Resident Hall sponsored her. N . 1 i I Q1 Sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon, Mary Ann Mahon, sponsored by Al- Marilyn Gertsen did a comic mono- pha Kappa Lambda did a dance titled logue called "Milicent." "Broadway Beat." Micky Holt, sponsored by Alpha Sig- ma Alpha. did a variety act Called A novelty act titled "You've Got tO Have a Gimmicku was Eveanna Pta- cekk contribution. She was sponsored by Hui O' Hawaii. "Night and Day." 109 r 65 J 110 Morse Hall sponsored Ann Oetinger, who played the piano and did a mono- logue, "Much Ado About Nothing." Sponsored by Sigma Kappa, Mary Kay Trabert did a tap dance routine called "Melodies in Rhythm." , Nancy Davis, sponsored by Chi Ome- w ga employed her artistic talents in i chalk talk entitled "Interpretations," Carolyn joyner, sponsored by Alpha Sigma Tau sang "Till There Was You" in her act "Melodies Rhythm." M-xg 1 I ' jane Gordon, sponsored by Delta Zeta, performed a nov elty dance called "Don't Rope Me In." "Camp Minnehahan was the title of the comic monologue given by Elin Barker, who was sponsored by Tau Phi Delta. l to Sigma Phi Epsilon sponsored Sherry Feltner who did a novelty number titled "Zodiac Zeal." Joyce McKee, sponsored by Sigma Sigma Sigma did an acrobatic dance "A Sailor's Delight." 112 -2---M Associated Women Students, newly organ- ized this year sponsored the Candy Cane Couple, also a new type of Christmas royal- ty. Each organized group nominated two people. Fraternities nominated Independent women and fraternitymen, and sororities nominated either Greeks or Independents. The candidates were then judged and ten finalists were announced, five boys and five girls. The Candy Cane Couple finalists were Judy Fall, Mary Ishikawa, jane Gordon, Marilyn Gertsen, Marilyn Newton, Mike AWS Sponsors Candy Cone Couple McCaffery, Duane May, Fred Long, Keith Griener and Chuck Atkins.'The students then cast their votes by pennies for the couple they thought would be the best. The money was for the establishment and ad- vancement of the new organization. AWS is a national organization which helps to make and enforce campus and social regu- lations. All women are members of AWS and there are no dues. Carol Bell was elect- ed president spring term. The queens of our college, Miss Lucia Wray as Miss Sunflower, Miss Helen Rob- erts as Miss Emporia State, and Miss Bon- nie jones as Miss Peggy Pedagog. f M Wu -4, "'x?'411-'-ff-+4fQAv..,-,+f7'f,f I, .f ,,, A y i W V Y' g"A"' A' Y' "' 'H--' Y -:pqa,-9-a.cgvg,,95,ggprpq-1-::,g15:,gg-3vg35,935:p,mf,5vpp'p1.nag-3y,g-L-:-1-gggmnn.w-55-:Q-3:3-u,a.3.y.xg91.-mgr.,-.v.1,wg q7.5,f.w,,...,L2 Y f.- ...,,:4,.L-,4.L,.:-: -1:1r.:::.,,.-3.Q1,,.1:-s.L,',- "-Y -f ,i.f2,. t I ,., ,,,. ,.,.,.. ,,.. -...G .. ' 'w , ' w i X! 'fi ,1 X. I 5 2 ! ,. ...,4 x A i 1 1 N 9 fa , f ff , ' W 4 g , I ' ,L W , fy f 0. ff . ,X ,Af 1 -,, cl KW 0,6 M an f if ls V 1 2 fi? M wig? -'Z f 1,171 ' If 'V Q21 542 'J vi f '9 W X f f ? 2 f' vw .Wx , ,49 1 4 L , Q' .z 4 f 42 6 L v. I TS 4, V 1 fur 1' 4,9 . V i V My fry. Aw-f - Q -'ff , V M 1 .. rl nx f' - Wy, 0 . 1. K gg, 0 Q- iz- . W f Q 4? 3' ff ,5---yf1" W4 GJ' 4 f W ,A Nm x N '?T The Barte red Bride 116 "May I have this dance?" inquires Androcles of the lion. Anclrocles and The Lion George Bernard Shaw's satire on religion is contained in "Androcles and the Lion". It is the story of a meek tailor who is a Christian, which was punishable by law in the days of the Roman Empire. His nag- ging wife deserts him when he makes friends with a wild lion. Later when An- drocles is to be fed to the lion, he goes whimperingly. The lion is revealed to be his friend and all ends "happily for the Christians. Cast Lion . . . Betty McMillan Megaera . . Karen Penner Androcles . . Frank Lygrisse Captain . . Pat Pritchard Lavinia . . Diana Dicken Ferrovius . . Richard Andrew Caesar . . Glenn Harbaugh Lentulus . . Phillip Miller The Editor . . David Alquest Matellus ..... Wilbur Kunkel. Ferrovious seems to be gaining his converts by force. I, Y Ah Wilderness "Ah Wilderness" is a warm human comedy about life at the turn of the century. It is a collection of emotions of an average family. The problems of growing up are made painfully clear when young Arthur tries to do it all in one night. This play provided the comedy re- lief' of the season at E-State. It was very well attended and enjoyed by all. Lily tries to comfort Sid. Arthur and Muriel find young love on a pier. Tommy . Mildred . Arthur . Mrs. Miller Lily . . Sid . . Nat Miller Richard . McComber Nora . . Wint . . Uncle S Cast id entertains the family at dinner Mike Stibal . Judy Holzrichter Stan Hobbs Elin Barker Carol Morris Glenn Harbaugh . . john Henthorne . . Mike Dietrich ' .'A . Fred Holt nn Hampson Terry Borger . . . Diana Dicken The Bartender . . . Jim Dewell The Salesman . . Ron Thompson Muriel . . . . . Eva Carey Belle . . 118 The Glass Menagerie Undoubtedly the best play of the 1961-62 season, "Glass,' brings to the audience subjective realism. The struggle of a class of people against an over- powering fate characterizes this drama. There is a note of success and yet failure, when Tom aban- dons his mother and sister, Laura. But he cannot forget them though he tries hard to do so. He is fated to live a desolate life haunted by memories. Laura listens nervously to the dinner table conver- sation. The Her Her The C ca s t Mother . . Mary jabara e Son . . . Richard Andrew Daughter . . . . Eva Carey Gentleman Caller . . Stanton Hobbs l "I got to get away," says Tom. A family quarrel causes the partial distruction of Laura's glass collection. rf I. , EI I If -l II gi I N I A.,A,A, I Eggjgp I 4322 I ZI I I1 I I J I I PI III II I ,I I y I , I I I II I Q I I E -A IIA I I I 120 'Think of the world outside, Consuelo," says H He who gets slapped . . . A., He Who Gets Slappeci In "Hen a highly educated man tries to escape from life. He finds it is impossible, even in the seemingly happy atmosphere of a circus. The play ends trag- ically when He and his innocent love Conseulo die as real people not as the symbols they represent. Although sparcely attended, the players turned out an outstanding performance for the serious the- atergoer. Briquet . Zinida . He . . Consuelo . Mancini . Alfred . jackson . . Baron Regnard Tilly . . . Polly . C cu st . Richard Andrew . . Carol Morris . Glenn Harbaugh . Vicki White . Phillip Miller . Ron Thompson . Garry Prose . . Paul Kilts . Terry Stevens . Clell Smith "Tonight I got one hun- dred slaps," boasts He. N. ' Fred Waring "Let Freedom Sing" Glee Club. l Fred Waring LET FREEDOM RING was the title of the wonderful performance given by Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians on Nov- ember 30 at the Civic Auditorium. A Ca- pacity crowd heard the music of this fa- mous group. Their selections ranged from the latest popular songs to the old stand- ards. The highlight of the program was "Let Freedom Ring", a musical narrative about America from its discovery by C0- lumbus in 1492 through the death of Pres- ident Abraham Lincoln. 122 Bennett Cert "The Changing Face of American Humorn was the topic of a delightful talk given by Bennett Cerf on Dec. 4 at the Civic Audi- torium. Cerf, the popular panelist of the TV program "What,s My Line", is also the owner of Random House, a publishing com- pany in New York City. His talk was very light and enjoyable. Students and towns- people all agreed it was a most interesting way to spend an evening. The United States Navy Band, "The World's Finest", presented a concert April 3, 1962 in the Emporia Civic Auditorium. The band, on its annual Spring Tour, fea- tured a trumpet trio, the clarinet section and the horn section in several arrange- ments. Richard Rogers' "Victory at Sea" suite was the highlight of the evening. United States Navy Band Rafael Mendez Rafael Mendez, trumpeter, w-as the guest soloist of the Emporia State Symphonic Band. This was their annual concert held April 12, 1962. Some of the selections played by the band were arranged by Mr. Mendez. Members of the trumpet section joined Mr. Mendez for the finale. Marshall Izen Pianist - humorist, Marshall Izen appeared in here in February. His ability to make a piano say what he had just spoken proved to be astounding. 123 124 Canadian National Ballet The Canadian National Ballet presented the program April 30, 1962. Approximately thirty dancers participated in the three numbers of the evening. They included a comic routine, a classic number and a fairy tale ballet. The Prima Ballerina, Lois Smith, made an appearance as the Princess Aurora in the "Sleeping Beauty Ballet". Traveling with the company was a twenty- three piece orchestra. This was the first professional ballet to be seen in Emporia. The W Chessmen E-State's own folk singers, The Chessmen, displayed their talents at the Civic Auditorium. The students, Larue Watts, Chuck Cowen and Max Gile have appeared in various cities in Kansas,Missouri and Colorado. H Wichita Symphony As part of the Artists Series, the Wichita Sym- phony made an appearance in Emporia. The eighty piece orchestra presented a variety of numbers, some classical and some modern. This was the second time the Wichita Symphonyhas come to Emporia. 125 126 Arms and the Man A delightful rendition of G.B. Shaw's play Arms and the Man was presented on Oct. 19, 1961 in Albert Taylor Hall. The play, promoted by K.S.- T.C., Artist Series, was performed by the Cleve- land Playhouse. An anti-romantic comedy, the ac- tion takes place at the home of Major Paul Petkeff in a small town in Bulgaria about 1885. The play was very well presented and kept the audience in high spirits throughout the entire performance. -1 n Shave Lady? Penny Carnival Feels so good, do it again! I 127 V Penny Carnival W W V 128 "Mr. Legs" Candidates "Mr. Legs, 1962" -- Doug Slawson Rhythmic Circle Concert 130 Master Teacher Awards Seven Master Teachers were cho- sen for the award this year. Both secondary and elementary teach- ers and principals are eligible for the Master Teacher Awards throughout the state of Kansas. President King Introduces Speaker C. O. Wright Master Teachers 1962. cw N 41 Wwe X W, ff X 7.1 K 1 X --Q:-T-:an-z-1u:fn1sfesu'Q2r:2:.'s:rz',z'v2SEM'BF-....,"""T:'1?.'l!2QF:'51WW-,2753?-jslftwffvmvwl "M QOWQ!-QYYD rf-,wrg, rw nf I ., , . . , , X i,- xSX.v W f N X I X D , I u Q r 1 I x u ff , f 1 I , 1 fig, l -,fm M' k , I, 1 A ywnezwj ,Q -ff ff I , A ww, ,ww X, X gk 3 Kg 1 ,, 1 spears S 3 ' 'fl zifiiizkl ,. ' iffy .. r ,. , . l .V f, 4 f :1:.Qf:Ss:1sf-'wffim .- QM -in :ii-fs1f.:22:1',-221'- 7' J, W Q :9 AWK! A 13 , ' gg Qs is C V 65' 5 Q fa , W f I 45,5 Y '-L.:. ' y ay. 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Y 3111 1 Vw, N , , fl? 1 551' il, 1 fl I1 sa U :PN :13 a, wx' i 1 W M s ll I I 1 a T1 ld gs I H Ni: a 11 N , N a Nw il QM SM HW ff ' 3 ,Q N ' ,4 I 1 W 1 M W , U Ng M w ,, in iw If wi GU ,N 3 , 41 as W . a A . V QM M M 1 a fa . D l CIC Standmgs 's Pittsburg 5 5 V Omaha 4 W l Fort Hays 3 M St. Benedicfs 2 QQ 11 Emporia 1 i Washburn 0' 1 V f, M 134 a 1962 Hornet Football Team A DISMAL FOOTBALL SEASON FOR THE HORNETS-ONE WIN, EIGHT Loss RECORD. E-State Score 6 12 7 7 26 21 7 0 0 1961-1962 Season Record Lincoln University Southwest Missouri State Central Oklahoma State Central Missouri State Washburn University Omaha University Fort Hays State Pittsburg State St. Benedict's Opponent Score 22 19 27 12 10 27 12 35 19 man after receiving pass from quarter back Blowey Hornet tacklers converge on Omaha ball carrier 135 End Meyer evacles Washburn's safety 1, ,- - - . I - I g -f 1, ' .,:.-1,--1'-'c 'gn ,:,1g::.-4f...g-'j.:. 'g-s:::g,--,:-Hgzfi,-11fr.-,gggzaj ag-:asf51,5-,rwa'.g5,1.Qjq-435-:1gi:1:.g5:w'rg1gf:t1'i7'j:':2.-7'4jr11Z:'4.'FS-:1 I? 2iY-Sim., e'y-S+WfF-- 11?-I-"f "' "" ' 4? Ray Schrick, end Don Williams, quarterback x i ! l 1 l l E l l l ii l ll li li lf Nw M wi Q, M n 1 H l ml l U 'w N 1: 136 HORNET COACHING CORPS-BACK Row CL TO Rb: Ron Blaylock, a.vs't. backfield coach, Bill Smithe, as.v't. line coaclog Myron Rodee, a.v.v't. line coach. FRONT ROW CL TO RJ: Melvin "Shorty" Long, bead line coachp Keith Caywood, head football coatb, and Tom Wyrick, asst. backfield coach. Richard Carlson, quarterback Bill Radke, tackle Dave Itokazu, guard Darrel Harkness, halfback Ed Metcalf, guard -. r- Anthony Pietrzak, guard 1962 - I 1 1 I 9 4 I Cliff Ferrel, guard l w 1 1 4 I l I Dale Greiner, balfback Jerry Smith, end Jim Meyer, end Bill Eikerman, center Lettermen not pictured : jim Anderson fullback H 0 r n r m e n Freeman Cravsiford, balfback Harold Blowey, quarterback Reuben Early, balfback Bill Favrow, tackle John Manning, center Manuel Morris, end Bruce Prall, fullback Marcus Goodrich, halfback Gerald Cox, tackle .- ,.., ,, , --,,... .,...,f..... ,1.-,-s- 1 138 i at 1 v' X ,Q .161 ai? me .1 L, -.a Intended pass receiver, Greiner, is rushed by Gorilla defense. Omaha ball carrier caught from behind. Coach Keith Caywood, who began his sev- enth season as head mentor, faced the 1961-1962 season with only a handful of real experienced players to compete in the steadily improving Cen- tral Intercollegiate Conference. As a result, the Hornets wound up a season with only one win against eight losses. The gridsters opened the season at jefferson City, Missouri against the Tigers of Lincoln Uni- versity. When the final gun had sounded, the Hornets had managed only one touchdown and the Tigers had tallied three times. The final score read: Emporia 6, Lincoln 22. The Hornets then faced three more non-con- ference foes in the form of Southwest Missouri State, Central Oklahoma State, and Central Mis- souri State. Much to the disappointment of the local fans, the Hornets dropped all three games. As the C.I.C. race opened, the Caywood-led eleven entertained the Ichabods of Washburn Uni- versity. A large crowd witnessed fine play on the part of the Hornets as they stopped the visitors by a 26 to 10 score. . A fine Omaha aggregation took on the Hor- nets on the following week and defeated them by a 27 to 21 score. Local fans were pleased with the showing of their team against the highly-touted Indians. The remaining three games saw the gridsters go down to defeat at the hands of Fort Hays, 12 to 7, Pittsburg, the National Champions, 35 to 0, and St. Benedict's, 19 to 0. Outstanding performers for Coach Caywood were Harold Blowey, Reuben Early, jim Ander- son and Dale Greiner in the backfield, and Gerald Cox, Bill Favrow, Jim Meyer, Bill Eikerman, and Jerry Smith in the line. At the close of the season, Jim Meyer, an end from WaKeeney, and Dale Greiner, a halfback from Mulvane, were elected Co-captains for the 1962 season. Y 1 Hornet defense stops Omaha fullback. Hornets score again! 139 ffggzdvvfrffyy ,ff ,, , as ' ,Aw-',.f, , .A W , X 1 , , me 1 ', 'f f f 1 X 0 .,. 5 :n ' ' n 0 -'f e 1 " x X 5 , . f 8 EQ, g ,,.. u S i J , 0 0 -0 5 P 0 2, ,. 1 fr , 4 N X f X ff , Q . o , lf, , X 3 1962 Hornet Basketball Team FRONT Row, CL TO nb: G. Patterson R. Adams, T. Hender T. W ll , F. M ff' M. F dh C ' sher, J. Fuquay, D. Bolen, C. Purviance, and L. Chanay.Son, a ace 0 m, or am C dpmmbi D' Glay BACK ROW, QL TO RD: R. Schrick, R. Brown, B. Fellers, D. Mayerson, D. Blessing, L. Smith, B. Goldsmith, R. Stevenson, R. Meyer, G. Young, G. Selig. Basketball Coached by veteran mentor E. D. "Gus" Fish, the defending champion C.I.C. Hornet Club fielded a young starting line-up that included three sophomores, one junior and one senior. The most pressing problem was to develop the less experienced performers in order to compete in the highly competi- tive Central Intercollegiate Conference. As a result of the long hours of practice under the able teaching of Coach Fish, the Hor- nets placed second in the Conference race and brought the season record to a close with a 14 win, 7 loss record. Highlights of the 1962 season included winning the Hasting College Invitational Tournament at Hastings, Nebraska and per- forming in outstanding games with St. Benedict's and Texas Southern. Although E-State lost the game to the tall and talent- ed Texas Southern team, both teams gave outstanding performances. Coaches Gus Fish and Larry Ensminger anticipate results. 14 wav: Q35,931315:4559415255-fifififszg?'1S"!iS'i'S9i'?f'f!9'i- -4? affnmgiff 7' , ,, 3 L 4 e ,,. V., -.. ..-.. ,V ,A "v-ifnfl,-.f,-,,, ,. .-. Q--.fa .-lx'15'..-.-Z,-'Hx-.S vw- , 9. ur-""c Vi- V' - ,k-15,5 Y I -V , ' 9, ' lf .31ggf:.5f'-12' "-' " - jr . . :V , u ,ff - 0 N , 'wr " RK Wmimi i 5 .P I r -5 L. Mx? aff.. W ,A Nvgiff mliq, glixmifi A v '-1 ,X-:rat - ., X--mx' .x- ' 1- ,:,,:2ff W Y M, -.,,' X 'M Aa ., - S4 We ,- Ag x ,g V7 ' Qfw W' fgguw A . , 5 , . Ziff' ' 1 Zig Wm ,,, fi g if , V y"1 f ::,,f, f , Q, f 1, f,. 'f'W J' -' , 'GT-wh f . Ei I A ' ffgfytui , Q L I A 'H ,,Qefa , ,g , ,fV.,.f, ' :Lf 21 " . A ,,,f,, , , , ,, I fn mm, Tr ' 'V' ffzffrf' ,pa gf-Q. 9 7 w. ' A ff' 5 if 4 - K ,. V 5 ' ,, . I f a, . 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Students cheer Hornets to victory! 144 Fordham goes high to shoot over opponent's out- stretched hand. 1:1 1961-1962 Season Record E-State Opponent Score Score 76 Central Missouri State 74 65 Central Missouri State 78 74 Rockhurst College 68 80 Texas Southern University 83 64 Central Oklahoma State 84 78 Texas Lutheran University 61 75 Southwest Texas State 72 65 Pan American University 77 80 South Dakota Wesleyan 71 83 Hastings College 74 78 Central Oklahoma State 64 82 iFOmaha University 55 66 Peru State 82 72 t1fFort Hays State 67 80 Pittsburg ' State 68 80 3Pittsburg State 84 75 Ottawa University 59 46 '?Washburn University 48 74 iiFort Hays State 89 85 5'St. Benedict's 57 51 icwashburn University 46 57 Rockhurst College 59 57 XSL Benedict's 56 Central Intercollegiate Conference Fuquay scores against St. Benedict's. C.I.C. SELECTS FOUR HORN ETS Nominated on the 1961- 1962 Central Intercollegiate Conference all- star team were four Emporia State Hornets. Doug Glaysber, 6'- 5" sophomore center was picked for the first team consisting of six players. Glaysher has consistently led the Hornet scoring during the season, and ranks in the top five C.I.C. scoring lead- ers. Gaining positions on the second team were Monroe Fordham, 6'6" senior for- ward and Travis Wallace,' 6'- 2" sophomore guard. Ford- ham was the Hornet's lead- ing rebounder and Wallace was the Hornet's second leading scorer. Nominated for honorable mention was 6'5" Ion Fuquay junior for- ward. Bolen attempts shot against War- rensburg. 145 1962 N.A.I.A. CHAMPIONS CL TO RJ: L. Reed, A. Prescia, C. Atkins, C. Herpich, D. Ohlde, J. Camien, R. Woelk, and Coach Fran Welch. Cross Country 19 6 2 r ' C.l.C.i iN.A.l.A. C H AM PS 1962 Varsity Statistics team number avg. best placement of meets 4 mi. 4 mi. 1. Richard Woelk 10 21:46 21 .29 2. John Camien 8 21:46 21:29 5. Andy Prescia 8 22:25 21:42 4. Clarence Herpich 8 22:52 22 -09 5. Chuck Atkins 7 22:41 22:08 6. Lynn Reed 10 22:39 22:30 7. David Ohlde 10 22:48 22:34 8. Peter Clarke 7 22:04 22:04 9. John Bvely 2 22:22 21.56 146, avg. 3 mi. 16:12 16:36 17:06 17:45 17:33 :13 :05 17:10 17:08 17 17 best 3 mi. 15:40 16:02 16:43 17:03 17:00 16:47 16:28 16:47 16:58 - CIC Standings Emporia 2 5 Fort Hays 36 Pittsburg 74 Omaha, St. Benedicts ana' Washburn did not compete. To your marks! Reed rounding the curve. Prescia nears the finish line. Camien leads in the final yards! As the call came for the 1961-1962 season of Cross Country competition, no one regarded the Hornets to be contenders for national honors. By the time the season drew to a close, Coach F. G. "Fran" Welch had molded his runners into one of the most competitive teams in the history of K.S.T.C. The Hornet harriers annexed the top small college title by winning the Na- tional Cross Country Meet which was held in Omaha, Nebraska. The Hornets totaled 73 points to lead the nearest rival by two points. The distance runners established a fine record of not having been defeated in a dual meet all season. Wins were evident over such competition as Wichita University, Omaha, Air Force Academy, Fort Hays, Graceland, and Central Missouri State. In two outstanding invitational meets, the E-State harriers placed second in the Wichita Invitational, and third in the Okla- homa State Meet. To add to their accomplishments, Coach Welch guided his team to an unprecedented victory in the annual Cen- tral Intercollegiate Conference Meet. Outstanding performances were turned in throughout the course of the season by Richard Woelk and David Ohlde. Out- standing freshmen performers john Camien, Clarence Herpich, Andy Prescia, and Kenneth Whitely added to the power of the Hornet team. 147 148 Soccer 1962 Hornet Soccer Team FRONT Row, CL T0 RJ: Hooper, J. Crair, and L. Foster. BACK Row, QL 'ro RJ: J. l Kennedy, W. Davidson, B. Johnston, and L R. Kowamoto. ' The fast and exciting game of soccer was introduced to K.S.T.C. sports' fans three years ago. Emporia State's Soccer -Club cannot participate in intercollegiate var- sity competition due to graduate and professional team members, but the club is sponsored by the E-State Physical Education Department. ' Coached by Dr. Wallace Browning and William Kerr, the members of the Soccer Club are: jim Fraley, goalie, joe Philips and Ken Granelli, fullbacksg Larry Foster, Jim Brown and Jarvas, halfbacksg jeff Crair, Alex Czencz, jim Kennedy, Gus Templaon, and Bob Johnston, forwards. Other members of the club are: Roy Kowo- mato, Bill Pervincinzis, Fred Knopfke, jim Rabitz, Jim Hooper, Walt Tomashoff, Phil Wolfe, Wendell Davidson, and joe Fisher. The 1961-1962 season record for the Club ,includes one win, three losses, and one tie. They beat Tabor College of Hillsboro, lost to Tabor, lost twice to Parks Col- lege of Parksville, Missouri, and tied the University of Kansas. Soccer team in practice Johnston defends Hornet goal. Crair - a left-footed kicker?! Kowamoto ready to kick 150 Go 1962 Hornet Golf Team C L TO RJ J Dudley J Hennmg D Placek P Tull and D Glaysher QCoacb Gus Fzsb CIC Standmgs Washburn ZOMZ Omaha St Bened1ct s 1 Empona 1 Fort Hays 1 P1ttsburg ,ss ssss I is not piciurad. , . , n , n , . U 14 . ' ' 8 A ' 3 A 1 A ' 0 I Lettermen: Doug Glaysher Joe Dudley Lettermen: Jack Henning Don Placek Pete Tull 151 SI 152 1962 Hornet Swimming Team FRONT ROW: C L TO RJ: D. Orrell, M. Scott, J. Morris, A. McFarland, B. Redden, and B. Kearney. BACK ROW, CL TO RJ: Coach E. Don McCullough, S. Weeks,,M. Pietronigro, W. Prost, J.'Sampson, F. Brandt, and student trainer. Swimming 1961-1962 Season Record E-State Score 52 Northwest Missouri State 37 Pittsburg State 70 Central Missouri State 47 Westminster College 37 Missouri School of Mines 72 Central Missouri State 61 Creighton University University of Nebraska Creighton University Pittsburg State Northwest Missouri State 25 54 39 Northeast New Mexico U. 25 54 Opponent Score 43 5 8 2 1 47 58 20 32 61 40 55 69 41 6 WINS, 5 LOSSES, 1 TIE Orrell practicing the backstroke. The Emporia State swimming team captured third place in the Inter-State Championships held at War- rensburg, Mo., March 9 and 10 to finish out the 1961- 1962 season. , ,.-....... ..,,..-cQ-v:,,,,,,,4,,w,...,,e v,.',-M-M325-i -"?5-Q The race begins! Weeks practices on the low board. Prost working on the american crawl. 1962 Hornet Lettermen: Angus McFarlane Wayne Prost - Michael Scott Barney joe Redden James Morris Doyle Orrel- Felix Brand john Sampson Scott Weeks Michael Pietronigro Kearney practicing the butterfly. 153 1 l l H .. U . l i, rl 52 li i i, w i v l 'gi 1 54 J! U lx i 1962 Hornet Tennis Team QL TO RJ D Heaberlin T Coker M Plank D Irwin G Aleshire and J Belden 1962 CIC CHAMPS CIC Standings Emporia Washburn 15 Letterman Max Plank Fort Hays 5 Pittsburg 5 Omaha 4 St. Benedict's 3 Under the able coaching of Dr. Wallace Browning, E-State won five of the seven divisions to compile its 16 points to win the C.I.C. tennis championship. Joe Belden won the singles championship after being down 5-3 in the third set. George Aleshire played his best tennis of the season in winning the No. 2 singles. Max Plank played his usual steady game and was never behind in winning the No. 4 singles. Dennis Irwin, last year's singles champion, had to come from behind in winning the No. 5 singles. Plank and Aleshire once again proved they were the class of No. 2 doubles division, by losing only nine games in three division matches, easily winning the division. ,QT - vf I ! x I Winners congratulate losers in practice session. 44,3-.J .:, , .f A Letterman Dave Heaberlin Letterman joe Belden Lettermen not pictured : George Aleshire Tom Coker Verle Punke Letterman Dennis Irwin 155 ,N x i 3,i,3,1.,5C,f.,q.mf,gy--:feng-.gf1-Q55-2,5555g5g54fQgLggpgf1'51.'J:fg'?q!i5f23t'cf1'1?:'iQ:'f ,.: . 5, :,.w.,21:1-I.- . Qu,-,Z 0 , . ,I X 4 n X """-'W www.. '...,4-M-v..,.,,,..,.-.N J I 1 WM, , ff!! V n Q n fx D f z 0 1 X xx aku, WK Q., ' N, sf, Y w A I y 5 L A A WW" . U. 'XV an A14 ' f hldhnlv FRON1' ROW, CL TO RJ: E. Flentje, C. Atkins, C. Herpich, K. Whitely, M. Mayo, P. Clarke, I Sloan, E. Washington, L. Storck, L. Reed, and J. Calderon. BACK ROW, QL TO RJ: Trainer W. Winkle, J. Camien, J. Bartels, B. Eicherman, C. Seawood, C. Richards, R. Woelk, B. Favrow, B. Goldhammer, L. Frohardt, Cole- man, D. Roberts, K. Oard, D. Paul, and Coach F. Welch. CIC Standings INDOOR TRACK Emporia 8 3 M Fort Hays 54Mz Omaha 28 Washburn 25 CSL Benedicfs and Pittsburg did not competej Coach F. G. "Fran" Welch who has coached Hornet track teams since 1928 guided the- 1962 cindermen to an- other Central Intercollegiate Conference title. Outstand- ing performers for the Hornets included: Ireland Sloan in distance running, Bill Favrow, Bill Goldhammer, and Kent Hurn in field eventsg John Camien in middle dis- tance running, Eddie Washington and Richard Vininski in the dashes, and Charlie Richards in the hurdles. As champions of the Emporia Relays at Emporia, April 13 and 14, the Hornets dominated the college divi- sion by winning six events. Events won by the Hornets were the shot put, high hurdles, pole vault Cfive way tie for firstj, and three of the four relays they entered. Anchoring all three winnings relays was speedy John Camien. The Hornets easily retained the C.I.C. track cham- pionship with Favrow and Richards each winning two events' and each breaking a record. Favrow broke his own record in the shot put when he heaved the shot 54 feet 9 inches. Goldhammer also broke the old record when he took second place with a toss of 53 feet and M5 inches. Favrow won the discuss with a toss of 148 feet 85 inches. Richards broke his record in 120-yard high hurdles when he broke the tape in the time of 14.4 sec- onds. He also won the high jump with a leap of 6 feet 3 inches. Sayers 'tied the standing record of 9.7 in the 100-yard dash and broke the 220-yard dash record with a time of 21.5 seconds. Other winners were john Camien in the one-mile run and Ireland Sloan in the 2-mile run. The Hornets placed three men in the javelin, the mile and two mile. Second, third, fourth and fifth places were taken by the Hornets in the 880-yard run and places were taken in three other events. OUTDOOR TRACK Emporia 98 Fort Hays 54m Pittsburg 39M Washburn 35 Omaha 29 St. Benedict's 0 1 Good throw! 157 Kenneth Whitely james Howell Melvin Mayo if Steve Mitchell Gary Coleman Charles Richards I wg , f 1962 Hornet N . ll U Kenny Oard 1 Louis Frohardt Pete Clarke '1 Kent Hurn Bill Favrow Charles Atkins ln U' lx H P5 li ll! ,W w lf! li! if Jr 19 L, ul in V VM l v Us li :jr M gr P I 158 A f 1 4 I 1 l l r 1 ! 1 a 3 u i l N L s Clarence Herpich Bill Goldhammer DeWolff Roberts Joe Barrels Leon Storck John Calderon Lettermen Ireland Sloan Ed Flenrje Lynn Reed Richard Woelk john Camien 159 r V l .N I 160 Hornet high jumps Bill heaves a long one. Star freshman, John Camien Boy, this is messy! V I I I I ,if I I I I I I Get set . . .! Monroe Fordham in the high jump Emporia State Relay Team wins again! 1962 Lettermen not pictured Jerry Dellunto Charles Seawood Richard Vininski Eddie Washington Charlie Richards leads the pack. 161 Baseball 162 CIC Standings Omaha St. Benedict's Washburn Emporia l I l It s close AGOOD SEASON -17 WINS, 12 LOSSES 1962 Hornet Letterrnen Gene Dunlgan Lynn Goodell Ron Sheets Ted Hollembeak Mar1on Llttlepage Darrell Harkness Charl1e Purvlance Ron Quattr1n1 John Walker John Cowley Denn1s Murrey Roy Flook Gary Neely M1ke Goodspeed Wllbur Thome Harr1son Stover 1962 Coaching Staff Th1S season IS the last for Head Kerr has res1gned to accept a pos1t1on at Morehead State College Morehead Kentucky effectlve th1s summer Mr Kerr must be g1ven much credlt for f1rmly establ1sh1ng baseball as a var s1ty sport at K S T C Asszstant Coach Don Page com pleted h1s second year as co p1lot for the E State n1ne Mr Page w1ll recexve h1s degree from K ST C th1s sprmg 163 Coach Bill Kerr at Emporia State. Mr. Thome, Wilbur Hollembeak, Ted Neely, Gary Littlepage, Marion Sheets, Ron Flook, Roy Walker, Johnnie Goodell, Lynn Dunigan, Gene Goodspeed, Mike Cowley, John Harkness, Darrell Wrench, Don Purviance, Charlie Quattrini, Ron Speak, Virgil Murrey, Dennis Schierkolk, LeRoy Stover, Harrison totals President King discusses situation with baseball trainer. 1962 Fielding Statistics assists put outs 55 55 48 39 44 20 2 31 1 6 13 175 17 202 1 40 ' 2 43 9 5 11 6 8 10 0 4 4 5 6 5 2 - 0 3 A, 1 0 8 0 1 226 656 total errors 110 9 87 9 64 12 33 5 7 4 188 5 219 0 41 3 45 7 14 2 17 0 18 2 4 0 9 0 11 0 2 0 4 0 8 0 1 0 882 58 The Emporia State bench. 164 total chances 1 19 96 76 38 1 1 192 2 19 44 5 2 16 17 20 4 9 1 1 2 4 8 1 940 percenta .924 .906 .842 .868 .636 .979 1.000 .932 .887 .875 1.000 .900 1 .000 1 .000 1.000 1.000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 .938 :rf V L W . 6 v l 1 4 1 i S 3 1 1 i l 1 l F Omaha runner just makes it! Gary Neely takes a swing. Roy Flook swings and misses! - AW f fmwwf -'W' ' 165 THIS IS BASEBALL L1 THE COACH THE UMPIRE... AND TEAMWORK THE PLAYER Intramurals T68 Intramural volleyball . . . what form ?! All students- enrolled at K.S.T.C. of Emporia, approved by the College Health Service for participation in physical educa- tion activities are eligible to enter any ac- gram The objectives of the intramural program include recreation, social values, bodily prowess, scholarship, development of varsity material, and furthering a per- manent interest 1n sports. tivity sponsored by the intramural pro- W0men's intramurals are a part of the program of the Women's Recreation As- sociation on K.S.T.C.'s campus. The 1961- 62 officers are: Jo Minnis, president, Nan- cy Curry, vice-presitlentg Betty Stainbrook, secretary-treasurerg Pat Caruthers, publicity chairmanf and Olivia Price, assistant pub- licity cloairmang Betty Stainbrook, intra- mural manager and Joyce Reusser, assistant intramural manager. Intramural sports for women include tennis, golf, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, basketball, bowling, swimming, archery, and softball. Intramural bowling . . . good form! E Plaques are awarded at the end of the year to the organizations with the highest accumulation of points earned during the year. The 1961-62 trophies were awarded to the Sophomores in the Independent League and to Alpha Sigma Tau in the Sorority League. ' lntmmmfal athletics for men operates through the division of Health, Physical Education and Recreation under the Intra- mural Director, james Brown. The Intra- mural Council is composed of the Intra- mural Director, assistant director and all unit managers. The Council participates in all planning involved in the area of intra- mural sports. Its action is advisory. Intramural sports for men include touch football, basketball, softball, volley- ball, track, swimming, bowling, archery, badminton, golf, handball, table tennis, tennis, and horseshoes. Throughout each year a running point total is kept in the Intramural Office for each contesting team or organization. At the year's end the team that has earned the highest point total in the Independent and Greek League respectively is awarded the All-Sports Championship of Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia. The award is a traveling trophy with each owners name engraved on it. The trophy becomes the permanent possession of the organiza- tion winning the award three years. The 1961-62 All-Sports Trophy went to Alpha Kappa Lambda in the Fraternity League and to Hui-O-Hawaii in the Independent League. Intramural basketball takes a funny twist sometimes. The Sig Tau A-team versus the Sig Tau B-team .... tied for intramural basketball championship. Seriously though, competition is high for the All- Sports trophy. I 1 I 169 SPCJRTS SPECTACULAR... The Pounch Bowl ' The faculty-versus-faculty benefit basketball game drew more than 800 spectators who witnessed a 28 to 28 tie N with no overtime play-off. Fifty cents was charged for admission to see this Sports Spectacular! In what proved to be defense against defense, the Euclids and the Cies- talts, played to a 28 to 28 tie, at the Civic Auditorium March 23, in the first Q "Paunch Bowl" benefit game. i An exciting, hilarious evening was begun with a basketball game be- U tween an Emporia State student league team loaded with former Hornet all stars, and Thompson Electric, a city league team led by former Fort Hays ? l Then the main attraction, consisting of the faculty teams, presented i the crowd with a full hour and a half of stomach aches in the form of laughter. , Player-announcer Joe Rossillon kept the crowd in stitches most of the night Q with his excellent introductions and comments during the contest. 3 Had it not been for the faculty cheerleaders, the game may have been busted open at any time by either team. Head cheerleader Dean Ruth I Schillinger and her five counterparts led a student section in some cheers S. they were sometimes detained, being chased by the Gestalts. T Also making a hit was a German Pep Band which couldn't decide for sure where bands were supposed to be seated so they moved around un- til they were back where they started. And sure enough the anthem begin- ning the game was a song about Texas. The band, the Gestalts, the cheer- leaders, and Mr. Rossillon made the fans sit up and take notice at one stretch when they all joined forces and executed the "twist" in a manner never be- fore witnessed by so many laughing and crying spectators. Following the tremendously funny game was a dance with the Don Kile Combo doing a splendid bit of work. It was surprising to see so many faculty stars and their wives dancing after a hard played contest. During the dance, an intermission was called and .Bob Lowen presented Dean V. T. Trusler with the total proceeds for the Student Emergency Fund Campaign in the amount of 35573.35 1 170 T State cager Merle Sturd. The electricians dewired the "Hustlers," 104-87. never heard during a varsity basketball game and chose to root for the Eu- clids. Lending cheers for the Gestalts were the varsity cheerleaders although C 19 eerleader Jackie Patton cwest l T f Leading cheers for their respective counterparts was the feminine side of the faculty, led by Dean of Women, Dr. Ruth Schillinger. Adding much needed support were Dr. Helen Douglas and Dr. L. D. Moulton, Education, Dorothy Martin, Edna McCullough, Margaret Hawks, and Alline Holmes, Women's Physical Education, and Dr. Kathryn Whiten, Home Economics. The varsity cheerleaders adorned in special garb assisted. I Bouncing- for the Student Services team was William Wygle, Maurice Dutton, Roger Green, Paul DeVivo, Steve Muck, and Al Locke. Dribbling for the head shrink- ers CPsychology Department teamb was Dr. Eugene Ed- ington, Dr. J. F. Kilpatrick, Dr. George Camp, Dr. Phil- lip Brough, Dr. Elton Amburn, William Tucker, and My- ron Rodee. Bill Tucker of the Math Department and Dr. Merritt Sanders of the Psychology Department coached for the two all-American squads. Cheerleader Sammie Heagerty Cheerleader Bonnie Kuhlman 171 1 'V , 2 ffl ffw STUDENT SECTION T Q f ww, 51.. , wx an .e,-1.-,-,gg .y x X ef 1 It is a place to study and to relax over a coke. It is a place to meet new people I l I 1 : 175 1 xi x H Y ef X l: 11 X N N u 1 1 k li ,M 1! VE NC W1 f 1 'l'l 5 ii L , , If 5 ' l Q , nw. 1 176 It is a home away from home It is a place where varied interests meet X027 f xg, .1 .Aa if-,Ja wf 179 s'4'1s.f'if'f.f 2 -1: Q- . . 1 f, 1 . n 1 , M un. :V ,,1,-4 wr.-vw -. 53-5g9qa..1gg,q,1-fxpg' ,g5:Jr1g?'-aQ.s1gczl.idn"' .- - 'I -...- 7' ' 1-?"""""" """TA ' J" ' -. 0 r 4 , . , A ff ., 1 . .J I 1 f 0 f U N 0 Q 0 u . f. 0 "-'af 'ff x . F ' 0 ,v-ivy QO.q 'f 1 1 ' '42 '. . . 4-', V Q, fn- ax, w mg All 9,1 Cv -Wgipzfglb V . ,X A .yxhtpx , N, K f Ng' 1 1.255 Q ,xiii f sz, 'IRM' ix ' 'sa ,gm N, N HL! x, , 'R J 4 'IK x, Q.. mn, A ,M , f 4? ,s f W..-v to achueve goals, K.S.T.C. is more than just a college if is a lasting memory ww ZMZZ, f , ,,, , 2211195 A fn X, ' Wf' I f4 ffm! ga, eff' Q, y hff gr , ,A .- A , f s auf iw win VyM,,,.,,, ff-I' 9 A q1uuv-H" r Www n 1 FRONT ROW: Neil Roach, Paul McKnab, Scott Irwin, Ed Eilert, Roger Green, Larry Thompson. BACK ROW: Dale Griener, Sam Hayes, Gary Sherrer, Keith Griener, Don Williams, Mr. Reicherter. Blue Key is a national honorary leadership and service fraternity for men. Its members are selected from Emporia State men at the close of their junior year, and they participate throughout their senior year. Members are selected for their leadership ability, scholarship, and service to Emporia State. Blue Key does not intend to build leaders, but to take them after they have established themselves, recognize their accomplishments and ability, and form a group of men which BLUE KEY will contribute to the welfare of Kansas State Teachers College Membership IS traditionally limited to eleven men It IS felt that by limiting zation small, the group becomes more effective and membership is something that is sought after and desired strongly by the men of Emporia State With a strong desire for membership, once chosen, a man will be more likely to contribute vitally to the success of the group 185 the number of membels and keeping the organi- 186 Aram., Q A 7 Beverly Allison Judy DeBross Anita Edwards Karen Erbes Roger Green Dale Griener WH O'S Ronald Haxton Sam Hayes Dennis Irwin Scott Irwin Mary Ann Lutz Mary jane Martin Larry McCall Dona McKanna Paul McKnab janet jo Minnis Marilyn Newton Max Plank WHO Zoe Ann Rockenbach Judy Sandstrom Marilyn Schauf Dean Seibold Susan Spriggs Barbara Street Larry Thompson Kay Wedel Don Williams Q., ,V 187 Ron Haxton Marilyn Newton Xi Phi, honorary leadership fraternity, consists of twenty-four who are selected by past members twice a year. Any junior or senior who maintains a 3.5 grade average and is a recognized leader of at least one organization is eligible. Xi Phi, first organized under the direction of Dr. Edwin Brown in 1922, sponsors Miss Emporia State. Virginia Bundy Richard Carlson Gary Condra Anita Edwards Monroe Fordham Glen Harbaugh ,,,,,,,,r a Sam Hayes Bob Johnston Missing: Cheryl Early, Keith Greiner, Joyce Mills, Kathy Neill X I P H ' Bonnie jones Mary Ann Lutz Mary jane Martin Larry McCall Paul McNabb jo Minnis Max Plank Phil Seibold Gary Sherrer 189 l x w l V 1 ' Y-vi I l Carl Cox, President l f I E l J I I Norman Avery, Secretary? James Swanson, Vice Presi- jim Melly, Project Chairmang jim Williams I dent , I i C I RC LE " K" l . I l Melvin Bauck, Treasurerg Duff Wagoner Fred Stallard, Ken Attman 1 1 1 5 7 , FIRST ROW: Gladfelter, Ruth Fruit, Francis Salman, Janice Brinkman, Barbara Mclntire, Ellen Thomson, Wilma Inman, Sue Stump, Mar gie Evans, Harry Stephens. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Thomas, Carolyn Mathews, Tom DeWeese, Dorothy Schwindr, Roy Gatewood, Norma Pyle, Vernon Rice, Ruth Ann Spencer, Emma Channon, Gene Eidman, Barbara Johnson, Duane Watts, Judy Schick, Tom Fowler INTE RCOLLEGIATE 4-H 191 ld S h Marvin Greenburg, Larry Bender, FRONT ROW: Charles Dent, Dolores Justus, janet Scheibe, Eddie Holub. BACK ROW: jero po n, Connie Beecher, Bruce Mortimer, Jerry Mason, Mr. DeVivo. REHABILITATION ALPHA THETA RHo . Art 192 The Vocational Rehabilitation Club has been ac- tive on campus for two years now. It has been the goal for the club to orient new students to college, help solve problems of its members, and to coordi- nate the college V.R.S. program and the students needs. Membership is open to anyone who is inter- ested. Meetings have included such things as films, guest speakers, visits by faculty members and card parties. STANDING: Pat Smith, Noel Klien, jim Bushey, Bernice Hogan, Paul Eck, joe Atteberry. SECOND ROW: Chuck Barrett, Susan Springgs, Loretta McFarland, Karen Adams, Gerald Pauler. FIRST ROW: Jane Eaton, Yvonne Winkley, Victor Spinsky, Janet Donald, Larry Lynch. v I l l Y w w l l w 1 1 i i l l FIRST ROW: Linda Sue Wisdom David Taylor Larry H. Knipp Noel Ary Bob Neill Jack Underwood james S. Wilson. SECOND ROW Bob Wisdom Harold Willis Thomas Eddy Jack C. Woodland Kathryn Schmidt Pat Quillin Merril McHenry Gilbert Leisman Ralph Dave Goering Janet Beckner Nancy Wagner Carolee Emley BETA BETA BETA Biology 193 .unn- TU ,Tj I 71 W ff. Q :ff U N, , ... 0 Q "1 0 ... :1 O P. P4 ' :a UQ . Im 55 o :a :a U- W o, F -x , ' m ... N U 5 O 3 W o 7. . N , r: 4 W :s ... Q 1:1- 1-1 .. o 4 0 P1 in Q r-' W 9 -4 U. 5 o V1 fb H. o :r :: Z 7 .. 0 P 'U W 5. P1- ' 'rs - T N U3 F 1- N V1 "I '4 Cl: W "I B 194 FIRST ROW: Mr. Spencer, Advisor, Donna Bell, Judy Grover, Kay Curfman, Judy Voth, Judy Schick, Nancy Messick, Peggy Jarvis. SECOND ROW: Dean Jernigan, Nancy Swan, Ron Aeschliman, Lois Gordon, Edy. Sweet, Barbara Baker, Carolee Emley. THIRD ROW: Dr. Boles, Advisor, Jim Lundy, Charles Cottril, Dave Taylor, Ken Babrock, Conni McAskill, Larry Maggroth, Judy Wertszberger, Janet Simek. BIOLCGY CLUB FIRST ROW' Paul F. Basch Faculty Advisor' Angharad jones William Eikerman Dennis Smith Lex Gislar Kay Rogers Barbara How Lattimore Linda Schroer Richard Carlson jan Minor Bill McGraw Darrell Slabaugh Roderick Spencer Larry Smith Karen Floyd Connie Page Clark Minton. CADACIUS 195 ard. SECONlJ ROW: Gene Nelson, Ardean MeCorkle, Marilyn Storrer, Donna Jeari Himpel, Pamela Andersoh, Linda Bruinback, LoVelle 9 9 9 s a 1 9 9 9 7 President, Neil Roach HSSi5fed bY Mafillm LEFT TO RIGHT funidentifiedb, Keith Greiner, Phil Berry, Kendall Newton soberly dole our the food fof fhe Wolf, and Richard F. Reicherter CSponsorD, are busy roasting wieners feast. for the Phi Beta Lambda annual fall picnic at Emporia State. ' Do you think we came here to stand around? Where's the food? 1 l PHI BETA LAMBDA FBLA F NOMA Chapter is installed. Standing from Left Richard F. Reicherter, sponsor, Herschel N. Roach, Gene Heitman, Bud Redman, Keith A. Gi-einer. SITTING: Janet Hall, Ed Schulenberg, Beverly Allison, Marilyn Newton, Dave Eldridge, and Roberta Bain. Not pictured is Gary Byrne. Members listen intently as a speaker addresses them at one of their monthly meetings. F I I I I I i 3 I B FIRST ROW: Sandra Wenderott, Suzanne Dall, Patricia Duncan jo c W' ' R b ' - ldia Rugd Unruh, Carol Bethell Koehler, Glenda Mclflew, Janet SZhZib.sri31c?gISIi5 R8W5rT5ri32del12:idZaKaau'5eir1e2ciZg,giIJ:lJ3iyrRiEhld1?d1ftriSrd- onte ommons, Leon Tesken, joe Barrels, jim Carlile, Michael O' Leary, Donald Leffler. Bob Hastings, Ray Evans Gary Thomas Dr, Russell. PI OMEGA PI Business h M l h Patricia Duncan Marcia White Nevada Truesdell Gretchen Blick ensderfer Mickey Holt. SECOND ROW: Edwin Hooper Sponsor' aurice ' ' ' ' d R ll De t. Head' Alline Holmes Sponsor. THIRD mer Judith Schwartz Carol Koehler Ardith Greer Simmins Dr. Raymon usse P ROW: Stan Goble Martin Halley Vernon Hastert Michael OI.eary Larry McCall Richard Crane Mark Mersmann Leon Tes 197 I FIRST ROW: janet Scheibe, Karen Frederick, Rut ec er, ' ' , ' ' , , ' ' - , , , M ' Setter, Mary Shough, Beverly Maechtlen, Donna Cra- s 9 9 9 , 9 9 3 y , 7 I s 1 9 ke. 1 V . fy-ff? 'QW LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Carol Gamble, Mr. Marc Marcellus, Miss Retha Hoover, cella Mouser, Irene Creager. DELTA PIEPSILON 198 The new members are: LEFT TO RIGHT, BACK RQW: Krma Minden, john Sheets, Lovella Smith, Virginia Sue Snyder, Maline Lundstedt, and Joyce Van Gundy. Miss Lenora Brinkley, Mr. Carl Birchard, Miss Mar- The twenty-eighth chapter of Delta Pi Epsilon, National Honorary Fraternity for graduate students of business education, was formally installed at K.S.T.C., Em- poria, on August 17, 1957. Alpha Delta Chapter is the only chapter to be organized in the state of Kansas. Delta Pi Epsilon fraternity, founded in 1936, is an honorary graduate organization for men and women devoted to the ad- vancement and professionalization of busi- ness education. Through its ideals of serv- ice, leadership, and cooperation, the fra- ternity strives to make significant contribu- tions to professional growth and scholarly. achievement in business education. Officers are: President, Mrs. Sylvia Sim- mons, Eskridge, Kansas, Vice President, Mr. Harvey J. Cooke, Kansas City, Mis- souri, Recording Secretary, Mrs. Opal Pal- meteer, Claflin, Kansas, Treasurer, Mr. john Sheets, McPherson, Kansas, Historian, Miss Anna Mae Carey, Ellinwood, Kansas. Sponsors of Alpha Delta Chapter are Dr. Lloyd Edwards and Mr. Richard F. Reich- Cffef. lllllfsg HW: fohdn Siheets, Mrs. Sylia Simmons, I-larvey Cooke, Miss Anna Marie Carey, Mrs. Opal Palmateer. SECOND ROW: Gordon r1e , r. L oy E wards, Sponsor, John L. Smith, Mr. Richard Brown, Gilbert Boone, Victoria Dailey, Mrs. Waunita Norman, Mrs. Evelyn Wilson, Mrs. Audrey Loomis, Mr. Richard F. Reicherter, Sponsor. 'Ill Q i I 5 FRONT ROW: Dr. Roland Wilson, Sponsor, Unidentified, Judy Norton, Joyce Mills, Jill Wiegel, Unidentified, Julia Fritze. Mary Alice Johnson, Linda McCune, Helen Oltjenbruns, Elizabeth McTaggert, Francis Hollis, Richard Letellier, Norma Jacks, Sharron Swender, Ro berta Bain Al Crawford Duaine Dutton. BACK ROW: Suzanne Dall, Mary Helen Ingerson, Kay Vreeland, Unidentified, Diane Suits, Kay Engler, Kathy Neill, Barbara Baird, Ula Hurd, Juanita Sheldon, Mary Coons, Helen Hageman, Barbara Johnson, Pat Tope, Kenneth Wheelen KAPPA DELTA PI Education . kl Gl d M IS FRONT ROW: Janet Fox Linda Paugh Patsy Gugler Am Blfluildngtigveldmlfgnildlehtifield Iggnriiis lirvfivrii BACK ROW: Robert Kasselman Jlziililet Igiintei FinnEargesvgaoggfigly?3rzi3-liiiaMDSf1icIzinG?lEeF:i'i:rsia Rraheedl Judy DeBross Sharon Reynolds' Beverly Allison Karen Erbes eop ius ns ee . . Maxine McKinley Barbara Bartlett Janet Donald Cheryl German 199 1 7 Q . - , N , M . Fern Gray, Judy Carpenter, 9 , , l 7 a 7 , , 7 , 1 1 7 , , , 3 7 3 7 7 I ..,, .,. -. ,,,:.,,c.' , 4. -,Z -3:1-ag,,,,.,,1.f:. we-rv -.4--. ---N. 1...-- -f a 200 FIRST ROW: Miss Douglas, Zoe Ann Rockenbach, Past President, Carol Houser, Historian, Larry Lynch, Treasurer, jill Weigel, Vice-l9resi- dentg Janice Brinkman. SECOND ROW: Dr. Sandefur, Sponserg Mr. Bowman, Sponserg Kenneth Wheelen, Secretaryg Donna Covey, President. .N.E.A. Student National Education Association is the party where gifts and food were given to seven largest organization on campus having member- needy families of Emporia, the S.N.E.A. State Con- ship of 580 this past year. Some of the outstanding vention held here on E-State Campus, and the activities of S.N.E.A. this year were the Christmas Spring Picnic. in I, s I I r I . l Zoe Ann Rockenbach presides over S.N.E.A. meeting. Members informally gather to listen to speakers. X A 201 . ,,., ,,, ,,.1.-1 f' 5 I N-P X ' R ' J e ,a ' f f " ' rf' f f f wffvw ,rff www ffff ww v fe: W' wT-m"""--- ,,.,-" FIRST ROW: Dr. J. Chalmers Herman CSponsorD, D. D. Wagoner QSong Leaderl, Peggy Jarvis CPianistJ, Sharon Craig CPresidentD, Marilyn Gertsen CVice Presidentb, Janice Rahn CSecretary-Treasurerb, John Sumners CVice Presidentl, Dr. Miller. SECOND ROW: Patricia Greene, Terri Malone, Loretta Olivier, Dona McKanna, Linda Schroer, Carolyn L. Ulrich, Carol Breneman, Donna Trolinger, Diane Nichols, Sivone Kong. 1 r FREN H CLUB 202 FIRST ROW: Marcia Volk, Eleanor VC'ebb, Sharon Ward, Ann Austin, Martha Maddox, Carol Reed, Carol Huff Donna Sasse Carolyn Wickham, Vicki Johnson. SECOND ROW: Sherry Schroeder, Priscilla Thomas, Leah Will, Nancy Griffeth, Peggy Aim Mullen Tom Fowler Kenneth Wheelen, Wilbur Kunkel, Jane Eaton, Dorothy Thompson, Sue King, Margaret Roberts, Marilee Traylor, Sally Clerico. I I r , -:wx FIRST ROW' Sharron Swender j Chalmers Herman CSponsorD Ben'amin Soria Rita McGill David Dees Sand Buss Scott Helwi ' . ' ' 9 l a a 1 Y 9 gs George M. Rundell, Jim Jones, John Rotz. SECOND ROW: Beth Mattingly, Carol Breneman, Pat Greene, Pat Reid, Marlene Lorher, Mary jane Dawe, Karen Kuhns, Margarita Mesen, Mike Culp, Peggy Ann Mullen, Ann Austin, Beverly Pankratz. SPANISH CLUB FIRST ROW: Tom Newton, Ronald Fundis, Paul DeGraffenreid, Edward Roberts, Cecelia Patry,'Phyllis Marsh, Phyllis Henson, janet Fox Diane Fankhauser. SECOND ROW: Terri Malone, Donna Trolinger, Linda Kay Landis, Caroline Sparks, Rose Correa, Pam Fellmg- hani, Clark Minton, Ellis A. Penny, jim McDonald, Dennis Robinson, Kerry Granger, 203 204 ,M taryb. s 1 Chalmers Herman, Ann Austin. SIGMA DELTA PI Honorary Spanish l Secre- W . . . . . . - - ' ' ' ler CPresidentJ, Kay Engler C F1 Row: B le fVlCC Presidentj, L1lla1n Wall CSponsorD, Minnie M. Miller, Patricia Gug . RST ECONiJlrillOW2il Eloward A. Roberts, Sharron Swender CTreasurerJ, Donna Trolinger, George M. Rundell, Yvonne Baldwin, J- RusslAN Cty FIRST ROW: Karen Courtney, Dina Fankhauser, Jack E. Evans CSponsorD, Victor Spinski CPresiclentD, Marlene johnson CVice Presidentj, Beverly Ann Boling CSecretary-Treasurerj. SECOND ROW: Laura Anderson, Harold Willis, Tom Newton, David Dees, jeff L. Dallam, Neal E. Brown, Stan Hobbs, Eric Haws, George M. Rundell, Beverly Pankratz. i I FIRST-ROW: Grace Wolford, Janet Wood, Frances Moreland, Martha Brandenburg, Carol Bethell, Donna Wimer, Helen Spruill, Dorothy Schwmdt, Cecelia Parry, Sharon Ward, Patricia Kilts, Mary Martin. SECOND ROW: Ruth Hattaway, Mary Ellen Welch, Royce Ann Bax- ter, Joyce Harvey, Marilyn Johnson, Ruth Fruit, Pat Duncan, Frances Salmon, Nancy Miller, ,Esther Fox, Ann Bruning, Suzanne Dall. Eleanor Burenheide, President 5 Karen Kern, Vice-President, Barbara Johnson, Secretary, Betty Webster, Treasurer, Joyce Reusser, Publicity Chairman, June Mc- Clure, Historian, Rosalie Brinkman, Social Chairman, are the officers and Miss Nor- man Karhoff, Mrs. Marian Wilson, Dr. Kathryn Whitten are the sponsers. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Foocl, Fashion, Fun Y - - ' ' Kern Eleanor Burenheide FIRST ROW: Jeannette Robinson Rita McKay, Shirley Partingiton, Esther Schreck fState Secretary?, Karen , . 3 June McClure, Joyce Reusser, Barbara Johnson, Rosalie Brinkman, Betty Webster, Nancy Coddmgton, Joaim WigmerHsEC0ND foil. Jenelle Markley, Linda Sunderland, Martha Jemison, Judy Simek, Karen Johnson, Jan R1ggS, Beverly Maefrhf en, .ru Y ammanv m 3 Lockert, Sandra Miller, Dorothy Kunkel, Frances Burdette, Janice Harlan. 205 206 FIRST ROW: Margaret Funk, Constance Hsu, Opal Sebelius, Nylah Portlock, Ruth Pugh, Janice Smith, Grace Hsu, janet Barnhart, Anna Cornwell, Mrs. Inez Cox. SECOND ROW: Miss Irene Hansen, Mr. Benjamin Richards, Miss Gertrude Lemon, Miss Alice Ruf, Judy Schwartz, Judy McGowan, Mrs. Marjorie Williams, Ron Johnson, Ken Smejkal, Donald Pady, Larry Sloan, jack Davis, Keith Trost, Robert McKin- ney. ELSIE PINE LIBRARY CLUB 'i- I I I I I I lx I I I I I l I 4 I I I I I l I ! I. I I I I I I I I . l . i l 1 . l l FIRST ROW: Richard Letellier, Carl Rolf, Reporter, Mr. Qvackenbush, Sponsorg Herald Kliewer, Vice-Pres.g Kerk Schultze, Pres., Larry Ziegler, Treasurerg Kevin Hogan, Program Chairman, Bill Throm,Secretaryg Mr. R. Ashbaugh, Sponsor, Arland L. Grover, Sponsorg John R. Schullge, Raymond Ashbaugh. SECOND ROW:, Larry Salisbury, Ralph R. Ross, Frank E. Mitchell, Harold Merrifield, Richard Sowers, Terry Reams, Elmer Coehran, Dwane DeWeese, Bob Stoebener, Warren Funk, Loren Martens, Tom DeWeese, Raymond Schu- E maker, Larry Doud, Norman Witte. THIRD ROW: Gary Yoshina, Howard Driver, jerold W. Spohn, Richard Irwin, Gerald J. Wiltz, Dwain l Paugh, Norval Harris, Bruce Thiessen, Donald Davies, john Ray Stewart, Robert Griffin, jerry Engel, Eldon Prawl, Basillio Fvertes. EPSILCN PI TAU Industrial Arts , INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB a l il V l A - ' Dr. Dale l Z R. h d H de Sony Norval Ha,-fig, Tom DeWeese, Dwayne DeWeese, George Rork, Lyle Schrader. SECONrD. ROW. X ll3gZ'5mRCzNg1-Ofif ageraljnwfltz Charles Johnson, Garth Ranken, David Cramer, Dr. E. L. Barnhart. THIRD ROW: Charles Liegler, Carl Roth, l i' ' i, K ' Sh 1 ,B'll Th .FORTH ROW: Lamont Godsey, Everett Harden, Harold Tilton, james ymann. 3 ?enlgy ieeqllgigqliilclgirfofiiegefllfgor 116031: Mr. Ha-fidlld Woods fProf.l, jimmy Gladden, Edward Steho, John Lackey, Monroe Stucky. Sggfrg RSW. Jolgn Merrifield Arland Grover fProf,J, S. M. Dell, H. A. Starkey, Phares Bross, Paul Ferrell, Earl Alander, Frank At- therly. 207 208 '20 ME' ,W Q... EPSJLON d' S d t m Doroth Whitcomb Pat Quillin Beverly Allison Ann Bruning Sue Carlat. SECOND ROW: John Roberts, glixingolgetdlilka, Sizilms 1-ljayes, Ron iiluhnke, john W. Sumxfers, Leroy Duttoh, Louis Oard.,THIRD ROW: Bill Milner, Derald A. Lind, Gene Heitman, Don Bean, John Fish, John Thompson, Walter Chu. matics society for undergraduate students. The Kansas Beta Chapter was founded in 1952. It is one of 62 chapters in the United States. Qualifi- cations for membership are based on scholarship in general and in mathematics. There were 56 students who were members. this year. Kansas Beta has the distinction of being the only chapter which has two past national presidents. Professor Charles B. Tucker was national president from 1951 to 1955. Dr. O. J. Peterson held the office from 1941 to 19-43. Professor Marion Emerson is the sponsor of the local chapter. Other faculty members are Professor Lester Laird, Professor Vernon Sheffield, Professor John Burger, Professor Ruth Otterstrom, Instruc- tors Don Bruyr, George Downing, and john Couch. K A P P A M U E I LQ N Kappa Mu Epsilon is a aafioaa1 honorary mathe- Mathematics President, Phil Seiboldg Vice-President, Jackie Devoreg Secretary, Roberta Bain, Treasurer, Larry Koegeboehng Corresponding Sec- retary, Prof. Charles B. Tucker. FIRST ROW: Dr. Marion Emerson, Larry Koegeboehn, Jackie DeVore, Phil Seibold, Roberta Bain, Charles Tucker. SECOND ROW: Vernon Sheffield, John Couch, Don Bruyr, Dr. john Burger, jim Major, john Riddle, Lex Gislar. THIRD ROW: Thomas Metz, Robert Beyer, Bill Ronen, Thomas Martin, John Rotz, Robert Kasselman. Dr 1 U i , l 4 1 I 4 l 1 l l l i 4 LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Bethell'Hohler, Barbara johnson, Suzanne Dall, Marjorie Buttron Smith, Frances Salmon, Ann Bruning, Betty Webster, Mrs. Marian Wilson, Sponsor, Joyce Reusser, Sharon Ward, Cecelia Patry, Royce Baxter. TH ETA EPSILCN Home Econo mics The Mathematics Club is an organization of stu- dents who find pleasure in examining, outside the classroom, interesting sidelights and applications of the subject matter. Membership is open to any- one interested in mathematics. Sixty-nine students joined this year. Among the activities of the group are monthly meetings, a Christmas party, and a Spring picnic. Some of the topics presented at meetings were Blackboard Digital Computer, Soap Bubbles, and Star of Bethlehem. Faculty sponsors of the organization are Professor john Burger and Professor Charles B. Tucker. MATHEMATICS CLUB President, jackie Devoreg Vice-president, John Rotzg Secretary-treasurer, jerelean Long, Reporter, Willard Elledge. FIRST ROW: Linda Sears, Roberta Bain, john M. Burger, John Rotz, jereleen Long, Jacqueline DeVore, C. B. Tucker, john Couch. SECOND ROW: Darline Terrell, Mary joan Maher, Louis Oard, Leo R. Richter, jim Major, Kenneth L. Johnson, Robert Beyer, Eddie Fun- dis, Sue Carlat, Bea Lewis. THIRD ROW: Beverly Homolka, Sue Berger, Ben Fogle, Arthur Schwiethale, Leon Teske, Dennis Platt, George Poole, D. McFarland Zimmerman, Melinda Denton, Christie Hudspeth. 209 210 T ROW Ed Mor ison Duane Boline Guy Oldfield John Quinn Richard Hellbaum, Jan Minor. SECOND ROW: Paul Johnston, John FIRS 3 g 9 1 9 1 Rotz, Benny Doughty, Robert Beyer, Lex Gislar, Richard Carlson, Glenn Gimple, James W. Hill. THIRD ROW: Ray Dean Rust, jim Cioni, ' ' ' D B k. Scott Cram, Marllin Simon, Judi Sandstrom, Donald Scheve, Larry Koegeboehn, James Truelove, uane arta I I 'T-4? I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L I BACK ROW: Carol Bell, Marie Burns, Elaine Wittman, Judy Martin, Sherry Feltner, Karen Naegle, Susan Scott, Mary jane Martin, Mar- cia Deschner, Alexis Reaburn. FRONT ROW: Martha Rollman, Karen Fredrick, Linnie Hicks, Sharon Mayes, Judy Reid, Zae Anne Middle- ton, Kay Kallail. Treble Cleff, composed of sixteen women's voices, was directed by Miss Rosamond Hirschorn and ac- companied this year by Sharon Mayes. Marie Burns presided as president and Karen Frederick as treasurer. The student director was Kay Kallail and the librarian posts were filled by Linnie Hicks and Zae Anne Middleton. Organized by Miss Cath- rine Strouse in 1912 as a double quartet, Treble Cleff is the oldest, continuous musical organization on K.S.T.C.'s campus. Annual try-outs are held in the fall for this voluntary, selective ensemble open to both music and non-music majors. Life member- ship is retained by all members in this extracur- ricular organization, participants not receiving col- TREBLE CLEF lege credit hours for their efforts. Treble Cleff pro- vided musical entertainment for both civic and school functions this year. During the Christmas season, they carolled around Emporis, at the hos- pitals and in the rotunda of the Administration Building at K.S.T.C. The highlight of the year was the annual state-wide tour of western Kansas high schools, which also included a television appear- ance. The climax of the year was the Spring Re- cital, which immediatelytfollowed the tour, pre- sented for the public in Beach Music Hall. The same repertoire that was sung on tour was pre- sented at the Spring Recital. 213 FIRST RONV: David Fry CVice Presidentl Judi Sandstrom james Truelove fChairman ' . . v 3 I, W. H11 S . ROW. Duane Bartak, Ken Sigley, John Rotz, Larry K. Knipp, Don Carroll, Charles Kaufmifimrjulslancy Bioolfsfcretary Treasureril SECOND AMERICAN HEMICAL SCCIETY AMERICAN IN TITUTE OF PHYSICS FIRST ROW: Bill Cloud, Ray Dean Rust fljresidentl, Larry Koegeboehn CSecretaryD, Guy Oldfield fTreasurerD, Terry Purcell CVice Presi- dent7, John Fish. SECOND ROW: Henry Huddlestun, Lyle Scharenberg, Norbert Harold, Vernon Rice, john Quinn, jim Cioni, Dan Harp, Nancy Brooks. THIRD ROW: Chris Reekie, Scott Cram, John Rotz, Marllin Simon, Larry Toburen, Richard Hellbaum, james Truelove, Jim Hull, jan L. Minor, Benny Doughty. 211 C "--'B I I I 3 . ,, I Q1 :Ir 6 I 3 2 . . , ' da I Ig T ROW: F ces Foos, Barbara IPackardJ Laird, Marie Reams, Gwydotta Warltentin, Mrs. B. .A. Nugent, janer'Hefner, Rhon I II liflldiavbray, LinIdaanCoons. SECOND ROW: Donna fMillerD Morgan, Cora Yoder, Judy 5fIT1m0f15, Elaine DaW50U, PIWIIIS Old, Kathleen Small, Barbara 1RiggsJ Robins, janet Mahan, Sally 'Bundy, Lucretia Litchfield, Marian Evenson, Jeanne Appleby. I I 2 TAU BETA SIGMA . Women's Band Fraternity I I , I KAPPA KAPPA PSI Men'sBancI Fraternity I I I I I I I I I I I I I I :I ,Ia I II IM II II III I If I FIRST ROW: Dr. Charles Hendricks, Sidney Allison, Secretary, James Chubb, Treasurerg W. Clint Poppe, Publicity Chairmang Max Plank, Parliamentariang Edwin Bartley, Presidentg Henry Tamanaha, Vice Presidentg Dennis Plank, Petition Editorg Ardean McCorkle, Mr. B. I A. Nugent, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Leland Lalllerg George Alexander, Don Fleemang Richard Weldon, Wayne Hamiltong Evert More- land, Ray Gilstrapg Rodney Aldersong Gordon Woolfg K. Roger Dill. II II II 212 I :Li ... -- U--- .- ----..- - ...JI l I i x I l 5- 'FIRST ROW: Mr. Paul Moore CInstr.J, Richard Weldon, George Rundell, Steve Kimple, Don Fleeman, jim Chubb Rod- U95' AICICISOU, Max Plank, Ed Bartley, Lee Lallier, Robert Benortham, Dr. Robert Taylor. SECOND ROW: David Archer Kenneth Johnson, Gerald Parks, David jordan, Allen Busenitz, Don Kile, Everett Moreland, jim Bagg, Clint Poppe, Roger Dill, John Fish, Henry Tamanaha, Richard Winter, Ray Gilstrap, Tom Emswiler, Sidney Allison, Richard PHI MU ALPHA EMPCRIA STATE WCODWIND CHAMBER AND ENSEMBLE MUSIC SOCIETY The Emporia State Woodwind Chamber and En- semble Music Society, under the direction of Mr. L. J. Liegl and with the assistance of the secretary, Dorothy Heidebrecht, presented two successful performances: the Tenth Annual Summer Concert of 1961 and the Sixth Annual Winter Concert of 1962, both free and open to the public. Musicians from all over the state of Kansas were recom- mended to Mr. Liegl for participation, in the an- nual concert. Mr. Liegl selected approximately twenty-four of the more talented players, capable of playing the specialized music. Previous to re- hearsal time, the selected musicians were sent their music for personal preparation. A few weeks pre- ceding each of the performances, the participants gathered at Kansas State Teachers College to re- hearse diligently and madly as a unit. The Winter Concert, usually consisting of on-campus students, K.S.T.C. graduates, and interested participants re- quired the musician to have played in one summer program. For the first time, high-school students were 'invited to play in the Winter Concert. Honor- ing the invitation were Lee Brokaw, a clarinetist from Emporia, Mary Lou Kramer, an oboeist from Melverng and Sandra Simmons, a flutist from Esk- ridge. The concert players, receiving no college credit hours for their.-efforts, played a variety of styles and types of chamber music. Any combina- tions of instruments in which one or more wood- wind instruments play an important part were eli gible to play in the concerts. This specialized music group, organized by Mr. L. J. Liegl eleven years ago, has provided-an op- portunity for those who are interested in broad- ening their horizons in literature for woodwind instruments. In 1957, the group became a formal organization, at which time Mr. Liegl was elected its president and has successfully continued in this realm today. The concert begins! 214 FRONT ROW: Dr. Robert Anderson, Henry Tamanaka, john Mikow, Tim johnson, Wayne Hamilton, Barbara Robins, Sue Summerville. BACK ROW: jimmy Quinn, Grace Stouppe, Bill Cook, Gordon Woolf. BRASS CHQIR The twelve piece Brass Choir, organized and di- rected first semester by Mr. B. A. Nugent, per- formed brass literature under the direction of Dr. Robert Anderson second semester. This choir, made up of brass instruments and tympani, pro- vided a chance for ensemble practice for those who were interested. As a voluntary, non-selective group, pending further interested participants, the Brass Choir could develop into separate ensembles of brass instruments for further study of brass lit- erature. Other tentative plans include a student recital. , The Emporia State Men's Chorale, functioning to provide musical entertainment for private, civic and school activities was directed by Mr. Richard Kamprath and accompanied this year by Mr. Paul Moore. Presiding officers for the school year were Don Fleeman, president, MEN'S CHORALE Steve Williams, vice-president, Steve Kimple, sec- retary, and Ed Bartley, publicity. As a voluntary selective male chorus, its members were not re- quired to be music majors. The Men's Chorale per- formed at Curli-Q, the annual benefit variety show, and performed this year for the first time at the Miss Emporia State Contest. They also pre- sented the last musical number at the annual Sing- ing Bee on a non-competitive basis, giving the judges time to make decisions on participating groups. The Men's Chorale went on their three day spring tour to Kansas high schools in March of this year. The climax of the year for the singing group was the Spring Concert, April 8, 1962, which immediately followed the tour. They pre- sented the same program in the Spring Concert as that presented during the tour. i FIRST ROW, Clint Poppe, Wayne Johnson, Tom McCoy, Duane May, Steven Williams, Don Fleeman, Ed Bartley, How- ard Driver, Steve Kimple. SECOND ROW: Mr. R. Kamprath, Duane Peckman, Jim Chubb, jim Harter, Ken Johnson, Bob-Neill, Larry Koegeboehn, Gordon Woolf, Jarry Waldrip, john Reynolds. THIRD ROW! Clark Smith, Richard Robins, Norman Whitte, Richard Weldon, Roy Meyers, Charles Crabtree, Ron Greinke, john Hanscum, Robert DeHaven, Howard McMurray. W l l I I I L I 4. I I I 1 '- VOCALIST Donna K. johnson, PIANIST Rodney Alderson, BASE PLAYER Wayne Hamilton, SAXOPHONE PLAYERS Leland Lanier, Max Plank, Sidney Allison and Ray Gilstrap, LEADER Roger Dill. PASTE LS 215 w-2: 'Ni rl :U 3 N wi L. 55,1 EEN: " N i f w I pi E? F1 W mf M ,. M E. li, yil, E I I i Ex I l I , FRONT ROW: Rhonda Mowbray, Barbara Street, Marian Evenson, Fran Foos, Kaye Kallail, Martha Rollman. SECOND ROW: Linda Coons, Kathy Whitten, Marie Burns, Judy Martin, Mary jane Frohart, Mary Lambert, Kay Wedel. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA V Music t H qw ,. LW H' HI E 1 'I Nl JF., fi ul 216 ,yi u. - a Mba .li N H . I I I I w l ,. L l The Emporis State Symphonic Choir was directed by Mr. Richard Kamprath with the assistance of the student manager, Don Fleeman, and the ac- companists, Barbara Street and Sharon Mayes. The non-selective Symphonic Choir, composed of ap- proximately two hundred interested music stu- dents enrolled in choir per semester, prepared and presented for the public two concerts of great 'Christmas Concert during the first semester. Solo- ists for this concert were Mrs. Shirley Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vogel and Dr. T. C. Owen. A forty piece orchestra accompanied, in which a guest from Manhattan played in the string section. The Spring Concert, presented second semester, consist- ed of Bach Motet and other works' by Handel, Brahms, Vaughn Williams, and Borodin. choral music. The Messiah was presented at the i Q SYMPHONIC CHGIR 1, w v ' E 5 f ' rf ,, . fr, ' Mffwf ,V I fr f V I ,, I ,,V,,V,7,, , ,, , , , rf ,,,,. ,,,, ,, ,Ml E17 1 Z Treble Clefs bring in the Christmas spirit singing in the Rotunda- Band members practice marching skills before game. Band gives concert. "' i v J Q K ef The Symphonic Concert Band was selected from the Marching Band by Dr. Charles M. Hendricks, the director, for performances during the second semester. The Concert Band was then divided in half to form two pep bands which alternately played at the basketball games under the direction of Max Plank and Gerald LAST ROW CLARINETS, SEATED, L TO R: Elaine Dawson, Marie Reams, Marietta Rummage, Lucretia Litchfield. STANDING, L 'ro R: Bob Miller, Myrlene Eklund, Bob Kyner, Shirley Willis, Dr. C. M. Hendricks, Director. TUBAS, L TO R: Don Kile, Gordon Woolf, Don Fleeman. LAST Row 'rRUMPETs, L TO R: Jim Quinn, Richard Weldon, Alfred See, Cora Yoder, Clint Poppe. THIRD ROW, L TO R: Ray Gilstrap, Barbara Laird, Virginia Day, Janet Ireland, Barbara Bryan, Glenda Sims, Everett Moreland, Caryn Shelor, George Alexander, Judy Cummins, Judy Simek, Donna Morgan, James Chubb, Alan Hawkins, Donna Sasse, K. Roger Dill, John Fish, Fred Garlett, David Bisoni, Ray Rabon, Melvin Schuette, Rodney Alerson, Phyllis Old, Marian Evenson, Henry BAND Parks. During the second semester, the band took a two day state-wide concert tour to play in Kansas high schools. The cli- max of the semester for the Symphonic Concert Band was the Spring Concert, which included a guest trumpet soloist, Rafael Mendez, visiting K.S.T.C. for the fourth time by popular demand. Tamanaha, Richard Robins, Richard Winter, Bill Cook, Tim Johnson, David Jordan, Edwin Bartley, Dennis Plank, Wayne Hamilton. SECOND ROW, L TO R: Leland Lallier, Janet Mahan, Sally Bundy, Carolyn Butler, Judy Simmons, Kathleen Small, Sidney Allison, Max Plank, Margaret Facklem, Jeanne Appelby, Grace Stouppe, Gerald Parks, Stephen Kimple, David Archer, Ardean McCorkle, Janet Hefner, Barbara Riggs. FIRST ROW, L TOS R: Rhonda Anderson, Harold Baughn, Judy Martin, Elaine Shaw, Patricia Kester, Maxine Moore, Gwydotta Warkentin, Fran Foos, Rita Lennington, Carole Herzog, Sandra Cooper,'I.inda Coons. ' : , FIRST ROW: Joe Hinen, Mike Dietrict. Larry Levick, Everett Morelone, William Roland Cook III, Wayne Johnson, Clark Smith, Bob Linebaugh, John Mast, Pollard, Culp, Waldrip, George Alexander, David Lickteig, Clint Poppe, Don Fleeman, Jim Bagg, Ray Rabon, Fred Garlett, Howard Driver, Robert DeHaven, Gordan Woolf, Larry B. Stockwell, Mike Gates, James Pykiet, John Reynolds, Kenneth Briggs, Arnold Nagely, James Harten, Dolores Justus. SECOND ROW: Anna Childers, Elaine Shaw, Frances Burdette, Cheryl Auer, Kay Wedel, Judy Lostutter, Vi Blackford, Trudy Seaton, Frances Luginsland, Diana Bolliger, Leona Stein, Betty O'Bleness, Linnie Hicks, Kathryn Whitten, Kaye Kallail, Karen Frederick, Marilyn Otstott, Barbara Street, Marie Burns, Sherry Feltner, Dianne Suits, Janice Baker, Barbara Madden, Judy Brownfield, Carol Breneman, Sherry Wachter, Joy Offen, Annette Basgall, Marilyn Welch, Shelby Steele, Patty Longhofer, Betty Schick, Panela Huntington, Judy Kent, Judy Woodward, Phyllis Kay Hawkins, Sue Goss, Janet Rupe, Donna Loop, Lor- etta Scrivner, Sharon Ludwirg, Sharon Deering, Janet Woodley, DeAnn Marbourg, Helen Cotton. THIRD ROW: Carol Ann Gresham, Karen Lee Jeffery, Sharon Lynn, Barbara Parker, Sylvia Buchanan, Melba Cox, Barbara Ward, Jeannette Jury, Bonnie Hughes, Pat Payne, Barbara Pacharo Larid, Rhonda Mowbray, Mary Ann Berry, Janet Ireland, Annetta Jilg, Michaol Cauberry, Karen York, Alexis Ra- bourn, Donna Jost, Judi Pratt, Karen Arnold, Ruthie Jordan, Sharon Mayes, Frances Moreland, Margaret Roberts, Carol Ammons, Lu- cretea Litchfield, Wyonna Schmidt, Maxine Moore, Lana Sanders, Phyllis Old, Martha Train, Donna Stewart, Pat Kent, Myrna Walter, Phyllis Duncan, Carol Jean Zwiener, Pat Kramer, Ruth Melcher, Marcia Mahar, Marlene Pauler, Beth Mohr, Vicki McAdoo, Melva Long, Marilyn Ames, Ardith Simmons. FOURTH ROW: Ann Imasche, Karen Leslie, Mary Jane Mayall, Carol Reed, Connie Beecher, Cheryl Yot- ter, Paula Perkins, Pam Fellingham, Kay High, Pat Gastrock, Barbara Baird, Deanne Negley, Eloise Wall, Donna Morgan, Judy Reed, Carolyn Joyner, Donna Peters, Coleen Pettit, Diana Gates, Carol Reed, Carolyn Harris, Susan Scott, Jacqueline Dennis, Ann Oetinger, Jean Shannon, Kaye Tillery, Carolyn Allen, Audrey Steenk, Mary Jo Miller, Karen Tucker, Heidi Ronen, Kaye Dixon, Mary Lou Flea- gle, Kathryn Ross, Kay Wildman, Patricia Kilts, Frances Foos, Diane Nichols. FIFTH ROW: Ross Hanks, Michel Bailey, John Doe, Larry Robb, Gerald Parks, John Hanscum, Robert Bone, Tim Johnson, Gary Sparke, James Chubb, Richard Weldon, Jan Russell, Gordon Horst, Larry Zurfluh, Robert Kauth, Richard Wells, Ron Williams, John Mikaw, Norman Witte, Dennis Plank, Larry Reiser, Sidney Allison, Dean Hickerson, Don Swender, Roy Meyer, Melvin Schute, Gary Domitz. W The ,non-selective Marching Band directed by Mr, B. A. Nugent, performed all field activities for Kansas State Teachers College and played at all the football games. The band was also aptly oper- ated with the help of the band manager, Max' Plank and his assistant, Rodney Alderson. The Band policy-making group, elected by the band members for this year, were Leland Lallier, presi- dent, Linda Coons, vice-president, and Rhonda Mowbray, Ray Rabon and james Chubb, board members. Decoratively preceding the band were the four K.S.T.C. twirlers, Glenda Sims, Eileen Roth, Sandra Smith and Pat Hull, and the essen- tial drum major, Gerald Parks, who led and di- rected the band in all marching activities. The K.S.T.C. Marching Band was the host organiza- tion of the Kansas State Teachers College Band Day in which forty-eight high school bands and Omaha's band participated. Following the annual parade down the mainstreet of Emporia, approxi- mately two thousand five hundred 42,5005 musi- cians performed the half-time ceremonies at the Emporia State-Omaha football game. During the first semester, the band took a trip to Atchison to perform half-time ceremonies for the Emporia State-Omaha football game. During the first se- mester, the band took a trip to Atchison to per- form half-time ceremonies for the Emporia State- SHQ- Band members entertain handicapped children. St. Benedicts football game. Enroute, they stopped in Topeka to give a short concert for the Capper Foundation Hospital for crippled children. Before the band left for Atchison, they distributed gifts of toy musical instruments, made by the Music Department, among the delighted children. The climax of the semester for these eighty-five 1855 Musicians was the annual Mid-Winter Concert in Albert Taylor Hall. ,.,.,...,T- -Y- FIRST ROW' Joe Hinen, Mike Dietrict. Larry Levick, Everett Morelone, William Roland Cook III, Wayne Johnson, Clark Smith, Bob ' ' ' ' B R R b Linebaugh, John Mast, Pollard, Culp, Waldrip, George Alexander, David Llckteig, Clint Poppe, Don Fleeman, Jim agg, ay a on, Fred Garlett, Howard Driver, Robert DeHaven, Gordan Woolf, Larry B. Stockwell, Mike Gates, James Pykiet, John Reynolds, Kenneth Briggs, Arnold Nagely, James Harten, Dolores Justus. SECOND ROW: Anna Childers, Elaine Shaw, Frances Burdette, Cheryl Auer, Kay Wedel, Judy Lostutter, Vi Blackford, Trudy Seaton, Frances Luginsland, Diana Bolliger, Leona Stein, Betty O'Bleness, Linnie Hicks, Kathryn Whitten, Kaye Kallail, Karen Frederick, Marilyn Otstott, Barbara Street, Marie Burns, Sherry Feltner, Dianne Suits, Janice Baker, Barbara Madden, Judy Brownfield, Carol Breneman, Sherry Wachter, Joy Offen, Annette Basgall, Marilyn Welch, Shelby Steele, Patty Longhofer, Betty Schick, Panela Huntington, Judy Kent, Judy Woodward, Phyllis Kay Hawkins, Sue Goss, Janet Rupe, Donna Loop, Lor- etta Scrivner, Sharon Ludwirg, Sharon Deering, Janet Woodley, DeAnn Marbourg, Helen Cotton. THIRD ROW: Carol Ann Gresham, Karen Lee Jeffery, Sharon Lynn, Barbara Parker, Sylvia Buchanan, Melba Cox, Barbara Ward, Jeannette Jury, Bonnie Hughes, Pat Payne, Barbara Pacharo Larid, Rhonda Mowbray, Mary Ann Berry, Janet Ireland, Annetta Jilg, Michaol Cauberry, Karen York, Alexis Ra- bourn, Donna Jost, Judi Pratt, Karen Arnold, Ruthie Jordan, Sharon Mayes, Frances Moreland, Margaret Roberts, Carol Ammons, Lu- cretea Litchfield, Wyonna Schmidt, Maxine Moore, Lana Sanders, Phyllis Old, Martha Train, Donna Stewart, Pat Kent, Myrna Walter, Phyllis Duncan, Carol Jean Zwiener, Pat Kramer, Ruth Melcher, Marcia Mahar, Marlene Pauler, Beth Mohr, Vicki McAdoo, Melva Long, Marilyn Ames, Ardith Simmons. FOURTH ROW: Ann Imasche, Karen Leslie, Mary Jane Mayall, Carol Reed, Connie Beecher, Cheryl Yot- ter, Paula Perkins, Pam Fellingham, Kay High, Pat Gastrock, Barbara Baird, Deanne Negley, Eloise Wall, Donna Morgan, Judy Reed, Carolyn Joyner, Donna Peters, Coleen Pettit, Diana Gates, Carol Reed, Carolyn Harris, Susan Scott, Jacqueline Dennis, Ann Oetinger, Jean Shannon, Kaye Tillery, Carolyn Allen, Audrey Steenk, Mary Jo Miller, Karen Tucker, Heidi Ronen, Kaye Dixon, Mary Lou Flea- gle, Kathryn Ross, Kay Wildman, Patricia Kilts, Frances Foos, Diane Nichols. FIFTH ROW: Ross Hanks, Michel Bailey, John Doe, Larry Robb Gerald Parks, John Hanscum, Robert Bone, Tim Johnson, Gary Sparke, James Chubb, Richard Weldon, Jan Russell, Gordon Horst, Larry, Zurfluh, Robert Kauth, Richard Wells, Ron Williams, John Mikaw, Norman Witte, Dennis Plank, Larry Reiser, Sidney Allison, Dean Hickerson, Don Swender, Roy Meyer, Melvin Schute, Gary Domitz, i FIRST ROW: Pat Caruthers, Marlene Donahue, Betty Stainbrook, Olivia Price Jo Minnis Nancy Curry Joyce Reusser SECOND ROW' La Nno Settles, Miss Martin CFaculty Advisorj, Janette Ritter, Miss Jeanne Galley iliaculty Advisorj, Iileanor Webb, iferi Raven. Tl-HRD ROW: Jeanne Ratliff, Judy Shipley, Margie Yeager, Myrna Seidel, Barbara Livingston. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Reynolds, D'Anne Harris Wilna Wade, Ja ' D l f Sh ' 7 nice et e son, aron Adams, Barbara Murray. FIFTH ROW. Nancy Cramer, Sheryl Becker, Frances Hale, Janeen Bund- h WOMEN' PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB sc uh, Barbara Kent, Lani Green, Charlotte Fox. 217 218 FIRST ROW' Sandy Cone Mary Maher Sharron Lynn Sheryl Becker Margaret Hawk, Dorothy Martin, Freddie Jones, jearsinel Galley, ' . ' . . ' . , ' ' Mary ca es, jean Wanda Ecker, Shirley Maeolm, Olivia Price. SECOND ROW: Barb Baker, Carol Creig, Carol I-lobson, Lorna Swenson, Curtis, Carol johnson, Charlotte Fox, Barbara Pierce, Betty Stainbrook, Evelyn Davis, Gay Eitel, Sharon Adams, Jan Dettefson. WPE CLUB FIRST ROW: Claudette Clum, Nancy Weak, Frances Hale, jackie Gay, Jill Schumaker, joan Stone, Karen Jones, Nancy Curry, Nancy Cra- mer, Sandee Smith. SECOND ROW: Joan Craft, Karen Erbes, Judy Willis, judy Wertzberger, Diane Fankhouser, Karen Arborgast, Sid Wil- kerson, Jacque Shell, LaNno Settles, Wilma Wade, Karen Osborne. i FIRST ROW: Jeanne Galley, advisorg jean Curtis, President, Olivia Price Editor SECOND ROW- Karen Erbes Vice Preside t M S l Secretary-Treasurer. , ' ' v U S HW Ca CS, ALPHA BETA Women's Physical Education PAIRS AN D SQUARES Barbara Kent Wheeler, jack Dumcum, Betty Sparke, Bill Deshazer, Pat Kent, Robert Benorthan, Nancy Swan, Dick Dieker, Eleanor McElfresh, Roger Wheeler, Margie Evans, Francis Butel, Kathy Ross, Darrel Sutton. 219 220 4 i 2 4 1,7 3 D'A H ', Al' T ll , Gle da Abney. SECOND ROW: Judy Johnson, Kathy Titus, Zoetta Hamilton, Linda Leasure, B?r?i1riOYBobbiDnrg-Elasgadxf THIIIES RSWSY Miss nJones, Karen Shields, Judy Brownfield, Dianne Daxds, Barbara Wheeler, Joan Smerchek, RHYl'HMIC CIRCLE FIRST ROW: Kay Nelson, Sharon Mitchell, Bobbie Loepp, Lynda Edmundson, Sharon Wetzel, Carol Moos, Gail Moran, Vonda Allen- bach. SECOND ROW! Claudette Clum, Nancy Walker, Caryn Shelor, Judy Waterman, Gwen Griffin, Linda Thunderbird, Jill Schumaker, Judy Dirks, Sandy Cone. 1m.n---- ----1-A--A Y"-QT 1, F 1 FIRST ROW: Ray Flook, Dennis Irwin, Mike Scott, Ron Sheets, Chuck Atkins, jim Howell, Dave Itokazu. SECOND ROW: Don Williams, President, E. Don McCullough, Melvin A. Long, William Kerr, E. D. Fish, Larry Ensminger, Keith Caywood. THIRD ROW! Lynn Goodell, Travis Wallace, Manuel Morris, Harrison Stover, jerry Smith, Richard Woelk, Doug Glaysher, Dwain Paugh, Bill Favrow, Darrell Harkness, Don Walburn. FOURTH ROW: Morris, Doyle Orrell, Angus McFarlane, jim Meyer, Charles Richard, Monroe Fordham, john Sampson, Ken Oard, Ken Horn, Eddie Flentze, Larry Freeman. "K" CLUB 221 if FIRST ROW: Tom Coker, Ron Thomas, Norman Witte, Ken Johnson, Ron Halpern, Bob Duncan, Larry McDonald, RonhQ1tiaS trini, john Summervill, Douglas Wise. SECOND ROW: Basilio Fuertes, Mickey Summervill, Paul Kircher, Jerald Strausbaug , o McMaster, Mike Petty, DeWo1ff Roberts, Stan Dalton, Gale W. McNernee, jerry L. Rutherford. MEN' PHYSICAL EDUCATION LUB EMPORIA STATE PLAYERS 222 ON FLOOR:.Anne Wolf, Vicki Peck, Bonnie Gilley. SEATED: Vicki White, Carol Morris, Ann Hampsen, Betty McMillan, Karen Penner, Galle Gamble. BRCK ROW: Mr. McTeague, Mr. Hill, Garry Prose, Robert Dorst, David Alquest, Gene Balsley, Charles Crabtree, Clell Smith, Richard Andrew, Glenn Harbaugh, Michael Hayes, Dr. Bruder. "' F I l l I I l. I l f l A Donna Kingsbury, Al Steinhaus, Anita Higbee, Pat Reep, Norman Avery, Dick Dieker, Mr. Del Hilyard. ALPHA IOTA RHO RADIO cmd TELEVISION LUB FRONT ROW: Marilyn Gaines, Chuck Dent, Lyle Brown, Mike Goodspeed, Gary Kontz, Richard Liehty, james D. Van Scikle, Dale Sul- livan Rod Clark and Dale Conquest SECOND ROW- Donna Kingsbury, Dennis Clark, Norman Avery, Pail Reign, .?Il.lSte5nliaus, ginicie nn oo - Yamane, Lynda lidmunson. BACK ROIV: june McClure, Sharalyn Hall, Terry Boyd, Ben Blagg, Robert Leusz er, r. iyar , y ell, jack Dumcum, Neal Slack, Walter Tokishi. 223 gr 1 1 W Y N i ii T w ii Y, Yi ii 'N yy 224 l. 4. - L- V E Don Swender, Larry Larmer, Mr. John DeBross CCoachJ, Phyllis Berschauer, Winton Hinkle, Anita Edwards, Jim Roth, Gary Sherrer, Denny Sammer. DEBATE SQUAD --Y l FIRST ROW: Kent E. Miller, Elizabeth A. McTaggart, Pat Hannema El H R D h J. Zimmerman,.William H. Seiler, Beverly Boling, Reta Rogers, Riith I32i1li?1lette?aI?ynni:?yRicier Qllndbdildolflluiiiisstghde'i-'I-Iillilioijgwhovggi Jfiha Davidson, William Emory, Larry Thompson, Jack M. Schock, Larry Lybarger, Judith Richardson. i I en e Pl GAMMA Mu I SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB FIRST ROW: William Emory, Larry Thompson, John J. Zimmerman CSponsorJ, Larry Lybarger, Tom Emswiler Jr., Wendell Davidson, Kent E. Miller. SECOND ROW: Robert Humiston, Tom Fowler, Jim Hull, Vernon Hastert, Ron Thistlethwaite, Jack M. Schock, Bill Jern berg Allen Busenitz, Marlin K. Smith, Laurel Steere. THIRD ROW: Jerome Doleky, Dorothy Criqui, Janice Rahn, Pat Hanneman, Lynne B l' H d Driver. Rice: Elizabeth McTaggart, Judith Richardson, Reta Rogers, Ruth Burnette, Beverly omg, owar 225 Z ff 4 N 1 , I I . I I I I I I w I N I I I I U 226 ' 7 Q . . . C -Ch ' , K , R f'q Z. Khan, Chairman, India, Qus Templaar, Sec.-Treasurer, ERT? 292 Iisfr , 1-iid, qgfogirzliorecign Ilzirtiigzilnage Ist-ii., Jaziiice Rohn, Mr. E. J. Calkins, Associate. Professor Education Dept. SEICOINIUD ,RONItf: Mr. Carl.Birchafd, Asst. Prof. Business Dept., jules S. Chargois, Congo, Sanjar Ali Khan, India, Dale Chenoweth, Kan- sas, Sung Mo Hon, Korea. INTERNATIONAL CLUB Rafiq Z. Khan, a graduate student from Hydera- bad, India, had an idea to form the International Club on the E-State campus in the Spring of 1961. There are many difficulties a foreign student has to encounter, and these hardships are lessened by the formation of the International Club. The main purpose of the club is to promote better relation- ships and understanding among foreign and Amer- ican students on the campus. The world is torn apart by different ideologies, it fully warrants the need of better understanding and co-operation on the part of the people of the world. The International Club is a humble begin- ning towards reaching this goal. Some of the highlights of the club are picnics, ex- cursions to Kansas points of interest, games, din- ners, dancing, and films depicting the life and cul- tural aspects of the people. It also provides a forum to understand and appreciate each others' views and thus widen one's mental horizons and establish a better relation. It is also a chance for the members to create ever- lasting friendships. Some time or some day you may feel like saying as Lamb said: "Friend of my bossom, Thou more than a brother, Why Wert thou not born In my father's dwellingf, FIRST ROW: Choun Yongrhee, Korea, Margorita Mesen, Costa Rica, Yildiz Tagrul, Turkey, Sivone Kong Combodia' F. K. Sing Chu Sarwak, Paraneet Khaoneum, Boneo, Larry Yhee, U. S. SECOND ROW: Gus Templaar, Holland, Mohammed ,Khilji Pakistan' Manduchehf Yanan, Iran, Ghaleb Sawalha, jordan, Tawatjo, Indonesia, Sanjar Ali Khan, India, Walter Chu, Hong Kong, jules S. Chargois, Congo. Executive Committee Fl? I ,a I! v I I I 4 1 I I 1 I I 1 '1 ,E FRONT ROW: Gus Templaar, Secretary-Treasurer, l-lollandg Bonnie Jones, Co-chairman, Dr. Minnie Miller, Head of the Foreign Language Department, Rafiqz Khan, Chairman, India, Mr. E. J. Calkins, Asst. professor. BACK ROW: Dr. Robert E. McAdoo, Professor Ed. Depart., Dr. David Parmelee, Professor Biology Depart., Mr. Carl W. Birchard, Asst. professor Business Depart., Ghaleb Sawalaha, Jordan. INTERNATICNAL LUB The Hui O' Hawaii Club with a membership of about forty was led by President, David Itokazug Vice-President, Wifred Rego, Secretary, Joyce Naramotog Treasurer, Janice Yamaneg and Parlia- mentarian-Historian, Ernest, Dela Cruz. The club's main objective is to provide a home away from home for the Hawaiian students. Some of the activities which the club did during the school year included, money making projects to raise money for a scholarship fund, worked on Homecoming decorations, entertained at group functions, caroling at Christmas and also parties and mixers. The year was full of activities which were enjoyed by all. HUI 0' HAWAII J i 227 Jf GIOUS ..,,.....---- K 5 o W F Sa'-1 1? 1 ',s I .is-D 1 . I T' , . i . f, ev., 41 , I a ll ' -2 Y i . I 1 f f - I , 1 l V if ffl "fin fb 1143 1.-'gill I 13? . ,,., ' YM 2 l' ,l FIRST ROW: Darrell E. Wood fSponsorJ, Karen Prather QTreasurerD, Mary Martin CRecording Secretaryj, Allen Busenitz CPresi- dentl, Crystal E. Wolgast QCorresponding Secretaryl, J. T. Sandefur fSponsorJ, Ralph E. Hurick Qlimporia Ministerial Associa- tionl. SECOND ROW: Doris Classen, Ken Sigley, William Blaufuss, Gary Kuntz, Gordon Rhodes, Roy L. Myers, Phil Wagoner, Phil- lip Leeper, Donna Wolgast. INTERFAITH COUNCIL 229 230 SITTING: Lilly Wiggly, Sandy Rippetoe, Janice Smith, Donna Trolinger, Marsha Bauman, Ruth Hawk, Barbara Hofstra, Joyce Keeler, Nadine Lewis, Judy Harrison. STANDING: Professor W. D. Kelley, The Rev'd. R. G. Brokaw, James Richardson, Robert Parks, James Graham, Rick Suenson, Tom Parsons, Douglas Fisher, Jerry Jurdan, Bill White, Larry Valantine lPresidentJ. Lutheran CANTEBU RY ASSOCIATICN The specific purposes of Gamma Delta are: a. To foster thorough study of the Bible. b.' To disseminate the scriptural philoso- phy of life. c. To train students for Christian service to God and their fellow men. G AM MA D E A d. To maintain and increase Lutheran consciousness on the campus. e. To maintain and increase local and in- h e r G n Eirccalrxpgitillowship among students I Episcopal l FIRST ROW: nnne Meyer, Linda Sunderland, Marlene Johnson, Sharon Helmer, Glenda Bolte, Ruth Ann Spencer, Linda Lattin, Judy Schaible, Marilyn Kinast. SECOND ROW: David Ohlde, Larry Koegeboehn, Richard Hellbaum CVice Presidentl, Sara Cunningham, Betty Fillmore, Elvy Hopkins, Leon Teske, Harold Willis iTreasurerJ, A. R. Aschbrenner CPastorD. THIRD ROW: Richard Laubhan, LeRoy Schierkolk, Gary Huth, Glenn Laubhan fPresidentJ, Rodney Herrs. NOT PICTURED: Ruthie Jordan fSecretaryD, Donna Sasse, Larry Lah- man, Sharon Mayes, Paul Decker, Don Will. -A -l Phil Wagoner, Mr. Tom Eddy, Ann Bruning, Patsy Gugler, Donna Trolinger, Karen Erbus, Glenn Hosman, jim I-Ieldberg, Joel Hefling. Under the leadership of joel Hefling Wesley Foundation had many interesting meetings this past year. Parties were given, highlighted with a chili supper to raise money for the building fund of a new foundation, and a senior banquet. A new student director, Glen Hosman helped direct the group. 231 232 NEWMAN CLUB Catholic Church The Catholic students of Kansas State Teachers College make up a part of the 550,000 Catholic students attending 850 secular colleges and universities across the country. All of these students belong to the Newman Clubs of their respective campus. John Cardinal Newman, the namesake of the Newman Clubs, was born 160 years ago into the Anglican faith of England. He attained fame as one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement which resulted in his conversion to Catholicism. All of his education was obtained from non- Catholic schools. His one aim after his conversion was to v,,,,Y preserve and nourish the faith of Catholic students at- Sl t llb, tending non-Catholic colleges and universities which aim Q Ann, today is the essential idea of all Newman Clubs. Q The main accomplishment of the K.S.T.C. Newman this 3 5 E : year was the establishment of Mass every Sunday on cam- . Other activities included a Da of Recollecti n r- " "'--9' C Hu? . . .. . Y Ofpa n, ...wa t1c1pat1on 1n Spiritual Emphasis Week, dances, Christmas caroling, picnics, card parties, and discussion groups. 4 xecutive Council FIRST ROW: jollene Mendenhall, Independent Rep., Rosal'e B' k S ' R - K . - - - Social Chairmang Rita McGill, Treasurerg Bob Fisher, President, SrenhIl2nMei3,rCSrp2,rts ClliairmlalfgnTtgxfrgtoiherigcrledie-:I-,faxllr?2l?ncll0li-ZS SECOND ROW: Pat Duncan Newsletter- Diana Schmidt Newsletter' George Alexander Choir Director Father A ' ' . - '. , ' 9 1 Q Q L k 7 S . sor, Marilyn Schauf, Znd Vice President, Bart Mohr, Independent Representativeg Bill Blaufuss, lst Vice PresidentgmBndl:uliis5e?IEsrebk 52:15. 9 l: I i F E A I f 5 l I E I l N EWMAN C LUB gffgaylfoggb v1Z2g21'2r.2-Ecigtllglgsggi, gc-3235? ?1vgcg:fsfl2aTl-Eilrirasv1x2e1t5iifl1gtaB11flfIg1Yg Elaine SUecligr,sClonnieJVrbenec, Beatrice Lewis, Wanda mann, MaUfiCC Setter James Downey Edward Roberts ,Christie Huds , a eman, Ona C eve' Home Lowenstein' Mark Mets' - - ' , , peth. THIRD now: .M. F 1 h , K hl William Oborny, Ann Campbell, Ruth Sprecher, Mary Maher, Karen Arbogast, juditl"iCrawiiJ1?d,ulNr'l1ary?o IileerllE:i1r11:'gia-i-ililiytlhilhgsgitiimfsg FIRST ROW: Ronald Schneider, Sue Wells, Lorita Boes, Rita Schuler, Pat Kramer, Marilyn Keegan, Sandra Urbanek, Patricia Reid, Francis Butel, Larry Reiser. SECOND ROW: Mary Jane McGuffey, Gary Kuntz, Richerd Link, Jim Melly, Vernon Hastert, Phil Duncan, David Lick- teig, Kevin Alexander, Ed Laudwehr, Duane Bartak, Darlene J. Van Tuyl. THIRD ROW: Linda Dieker, Caroline Donovan, Carol Manning, Mary jane Dawe, Judy Nichols, Betty Thibault, Judy Hamman, Sharon Youngberg, Edwin Splichal, Terri Malone, Carol Reidelbach. 233 FIRST ROW: Dr. james Powell, Mrs. Esther Possemiller, Nylah Portlock, Jacqueline Dennis, Sharon Martin, Alice Mills, Judi Pratt, Roy H l h P 'll Michel Bailey, Marcia Mahar, Sharon Kay jordan, Dona Grigsby, Lynn Myers, Vernon L. Clifford. SECOND ROW: e mut oggerm er, Richard L. Stine, Walter Chu, Randolph Murray, George M. Haire. BAPTIST STUDENT UNICN DISCIPLE STUDENT FELLCWSHIP Through the Baptist Student Union, Baptist stu- dents at K.S.T.C. worked to extend the influence of Christ in everyday college activities. By participating in BSU, students experienced the thrill of new friendships, fun, increased perspec- tive, and spiritual maturity. The BSU holds daily vesper services in the Student Union. DSF meets every Sunday evening at 5:30 in the Student Center of the Christian Church. A dinner was served and a program was given followed by an open discussion and a worship service. This past year the study included lessons on other re- ligions and the background of the Christian Church, students find enjoyment before and after meetings playing ping pong, shuffle board, and meeting new students. FIRST ROW: Noel M. Klein, Rev. Grooms, Ron Ruhnke, Mary Ellen Schimke, Becky Carson, Lee Bondurant, Dee Croucher. SECOND ROW: Helen Marlar, Margaret Hawks, Bertha Fracol, Donna Fitzpatrick, Ted Cowan, Charles Stuckey, Judy Norton. 717' Many meetings and group discussions were held during this week. ' SPIRITUAL EMPHASIS WEEK Spiritual Emphasis Week, formerly called Relig- ious Emphasis Week was the special project of Inter-Faith Council. During the week of March fifth through March ninth, Inter-Faith Council with the co-operation of the faculty, student body and invited participants observed the most suc- cessful Spiritual Emphasis Week in about ten years. Inter-Faith Council is the organization which co- ordinates the religious activities of the campus and of the Student Council recognized student religious organizations and sponsors activities which would further religious understanding, interest and com- mittment. Members of the Council consist of rep- resentatives from each recognized religious organ- ization and from each fraternity and sorority, along with the associate members, the faculty, ministers and directors and all who are interested in partici- pating. This years officers were as follows. Allen Busenitz, president, Lee Bondurant, vice-president, Mary Martin, recording secretary, Crystal Wolgast, corresponding secretary, and Karen Prather, treas- urer. The faculty sponsors were Dr. Darrell Wood and Dr. J. T. Sandfur. One of the main responsi- bilities of Inter-Faith Council is to meet the need of the student body spiritually, which they so suc- cessfully accomplished this year through Spiritual Emphasis Week. This 'year Spiritual Emphasis Week centered around the theme "God, Man and the Gulf Be- tween". This week designed to stimulate each stu- dent to consider his own spiritual condition was obviously successful from observance of the turn- outs for the meetings and overall co-operation. Four distinguished speakers were invited to par- ticipate and share this week on K.S.T.C.'s campus. Dr. Glen Zumwalt, presently working with Doug- las Aircraft and Atomic Energy Commission on rocket projects, the Rev. joseph Blinco, an Ang- lican from London who is a top associate evange- list of Billy Graham, the Rev. Blase Bonpane of Maryknoll Missionary, who is a member of the National Advisory Board on International Student Movement, and Dr. Warren Hultgren, a member of the Royal Geographical Society of Great Britain. These speakers gave a tremendous amount of their time and effort and were well received by all. They met with the student body in two open meetings and each spoke at individual meetings and at ques- tion and answer sessions. This week was truly a great success and surpassed all expectations of its organizers. This success has set a new goal for next year towards which plans are already in pro- gress. 235 Z snr Morse Hall is a residence of girls, girls, girls ! ! ! Morse Hall, the womens dormitory, is an organ- ized body of over six hundred girls. It is under the direct supervision of Mrs. Kirk, head housemother, who is assisted by Mrs. Freeburg and Mrs. Wil- liamson, assistant housemothers. Morse Hall has in the past year, also put into op- eration a representative body of girls called the House Council. The House Council consists of four officers, elected by all of the girls, and a represen- tative elected from each floor of the dormitory. The council serves as the voice of the girls in the operation of the dormitory. Suggestions and com- plaints are sent through the floor representatives to the House Council for consideration. Another important aspect of Morse Hall's organi- zation is the Resident Aid program which has been in operation for two years. There are two R. A.'s assigned to each floor of a dormitory wing. Their duties are two-fold. Half of their time is spent working in the office and the other half is de- voted to the girls on their floor. R. A.'s are care- fully selected, upper class girls. Some of the quali- ties upon which selections are based are: leader- ship abilities, interests, personal traits, academic standing, and prior residence in Morse Hall. This is a position of honor and trust which demands maturity and a co-operative spirit. The primary goal of this program is to effect the most con- structive living and learning atmosphere possible for the Freshman woman. The R.A.,s work with the Dormitory Counsellor, Dr. Eldene Moulton. M0 RSE HALL The past year has been an eventful one for Morse Hall in the realm of activities as well as organiza- tional improvements. The first big event of the year was Homecoming. The girls of Morse Hall worked hard on their decorations and were re- warded for their clever "Fintstones,' theme with the first place trophy. The annual Fall Formal was held in December. The theme was Golden Illu- sions, and music was provided by the Don Kile Combo. The entertainment was given by girls of the dormitory. ' Christmas is always an exciting time at Morse Hall. Each floor and the main lounge are decorated with Christmas trees which the girls trim themselves. The girls in each room may also decorate their doors and one night is then set aside as open house for members of the faculty and community. Christ- mas is also a time for giving. Each floor has a party and at this time many of the floors collected clothes or canned food which they gave to needy families in the community. Some, of the floors adopted orphans from overseas. Spring brought with it the Morse Hall Spring Formal. This year the formal was held on March 17, and appropri- ately enough, the theme was Shamrock Shangri-La. The decorations consisted of a blarney stone, lep- rechauns, and a large group of girls in bright spring formals. So another year has ended and an- other group of girls leave Morse Hall with all of their memories and experiences of dormitory life. 5 1 l i 237 1 238 Fou r Yeo rs of Progress Mrs. Kirk of Wichita has been Dormitory Director for four years. When she first headed this posi- tion, there were only 325 women in the dormitory. Last year, there were 600 freshmen Women living there. To house the increasing enroll- ment, three additions to the orig- inal dormitory have been added, one Within the last two years, and a second to be completed this fall. To assist her in her duties, Mrs. Kirk has the help of Mrs. Free- burg of McPherson and Mrs. Wil- liamson of Garden City. Mrs. Freeburg has been at Emporia State for three years, while this is the first year for Mrs. Williamson to be assistant Women's Dormi- tory Director. Mrs. Kirk, Dormitory Director Mrs. Williamson, assistant Dormitory Director Mrs. Freeburg, assistant Dormitory Director ww A .- 1 -f i Q-32.7 4 fr v f 1" 53. gg 5 961. J Q.: 5 Y 1 I f l Y 1 Y K f ..- .W .14 1 1:59 vi Q. 1 A' f 9 V 3 F L K 2 R. E 1 1 1 3 ? ABOVE: The first two additions are completed and the ground is being cleared for the third addition to the dormitory. The dormitories were then referred to as the North Dorm, Mid- dle Dorm and South Dorm. BELOW: The third addition is well underway towards com- pletion, whereupon the names will be changed again. RIGHT: Mother Kirk and Superinten- p dent of Building, Mr. Snodgrass oversee the construction on the dormitories that has been 5 going on for the past three years. v I 1 LEFT: The first addition to Morse Hall is completed and the ground is heing cleared for the second addi- non. At that time the completed dormitories were referred to as Morse Hall and the New Dorm. ' 239 1,,,,,,,,,,,,-,Mil .. I-mi lumn mf m mu f i .K1Wm i fafwl f l i f l l l l OFFICERS! Sharon K. Smith, President first semesterg Starlette joy Offen, President second semesterg Esther Schreck, Treasurer first and second semesterg Betty Shore, Secretary first and second semester. I oFFlcERsqnd RA' 1 FIRST ROW: Donna Covey, Pat Quillin, Linda Coons, Resident Assistantg Esther Schreck, Resident Assistant: Olivia Price, Sharlie Wamsley, Dr. Monlton, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Kaye Dixon, Mary Lou Fleagle, Linda Sunderland, Barbara Alexander, Cheryl German, Rita McKay, Shirley johannsen, Joann Hill, Meredith Stor- rer. THIRD ROW: Shirley Partington, Thayer Duncan, Kathleen McFadden, Donna Irwin, Linda Farney, Les- lie Cyrus, Kathy Titus, Sondra Loundenslager. 240 Q "Qu-F L. ,,, FRONT ROW: Mary Ellen Moffit, Camille Castle, Helen Oltienbruns CResident Aidl, Judith Hunt, Beth Mattingly, Jamye Shaver. BACK ROW: Ik Sing Chiu, Dale Johnson, Jacquelyn Shell, Mariory Jordan, Cynthia Wilson, Karen Ingemanson, Sharon West, Beverley Sherar, Flora Alstatt, Joan Daniels, Loritta Wadsworth, Jacqueline Dennis. , FRONT ROW: Janet Scheibe, Su Griffin, Beverly Walker, Mary Louise Coulter, Dolores Jeannine Justus. BACK ROW: Connie Beecher, Roma Goering, Pat Hettinger, Joann Hill CResident Aidb, Michele Griffith, Olivia Price I Resident Aidj, Jean Stohs, Nancy Gillespie, Teresa Duggan, Cordelia Hinerman, Norma Lee Steele, Linda Weinlood, Janice Nation. 241 1 v E l J J J la il x l N l x l 1 5 l x Md l L 1 1 1 I W Qu FRONT ROW: Peggy Wills, Betty Shore, Dorothy Moore, Linda Lounsbury, Sharlie Wamsley CResident Aidb, Sharon Deering. BACK ROW: Ann McKain, Judy Brimmer, Karen Rahn, Donna Jost, Patty Longhofer, Judy Powell, Linda Peterson, Sharon Biggs, Waynetta Maple, DeLores Madadanz fR.N.D l FRONT ROW: Louise Wolfe, Joyce Bennett, Linda Twedt, Kaye Dixon 4Resident Aidj, Caroline Sparks, Rita Schuler. BACK ROW: Patricia Brown, Jeanie Ratliff, Eunice Himpel, Sharon Kay Jordan, Sharon Sue Atchison, Carol Jean Ferris, Dianna Anschutz, Pat Kramer, Camie Burnett, Margaret McCullum. I I l l l , ,,,,, , l l 242 l 'sin 2 1 s l l 5 i 3 5 T I i 1 n 3 l I K QONT ROW: Twila Ferguson, Lucy Thomas, Helen Cotton, Shirley Small, Gwen Robinson, Betty Reimer, Barbara Hannibal. BACK ROW: yonna J. Schmidt, Carol Krieg, Barbara Bryan, Lana Jane Sanders, Loydean Barker, Ireta Sitts, Dee Ellen Lister, Sara Tuley Sammye Walker Jacki Jackson. ' FRONT ROW: Judy Holzrichter, Faith Riffel, Mary Williams, Janice Kirkpatrick, Olene Stewart, Nancy White, Joanne Leasure. BACK ROW: Rita Kaye Smith, Patricia Greer, Norma Wehking, Karen York, Linda Farney fResident Aidb, Ruby Penner, Lucia Peterson, Mary Lee Kerr, Pamela Dian Pegg, Donna Jean Himpel. I 243 244 FRONT ROW: Carol Leinmiller, Mary A. Underwood, Gerry Speer, Linda Westphal, Lana Borgelt, Donna Bell. BACK ROW: Judy Stites, Kathleen Small, Marilyn Keegan, Caryn Shelor, Kathryn Ross, Gwen Griffin, Ruth Ann Spencer, Karen Schwyhart, Carol jean Zwxener, Pat Brammell, Sondra Steffey. FRONT ROW: Sharon Helmer, Carol Reed, Vivian Brunn, Donna Irwin fResident Aidl, Myrna Walter, Cathy Schroeder. BACK ROW: De- Lores Wille, Lois Mae Crane, June Ott, Delores Croucher, Marilyn C. Storrer, Ann Oetinger, Ann Ealy, Susan Scott, Charlotte McKenzie, Kathy Richardson, Karen Sue Arnold, Darline Terrell. itvi W l 1 I . FRONT ROW: Karen Nagely, Norma Clayton, Marilyn Schulz, Judy Willis, Pat Kent, Janice McFarland. BACK ROW: Jo Ann Jones, Shirley Johannsen fResident Aidl, Gwen Davis, Suzie Beard, Leta Rae McCabe, Connie Condit, Barbara Ingerson, Dorothy Kunkel, Sandra Mil- ler, Jeannette Johnson, Nina Jean Whinery. i FRONT ROW: Jeanne Caywood, Letha LaGalle, Michelle Borgen, Kathy Scott, Carol Ann Manning, Myrlene Iiklund, Kathleen Moorhouse. BACK ROW: Sondra Loudenslager CResident Aidj, Melinda Denton, Beth Ann Willett, Jane Zickefoose, Sherrie Edwards, Rebecca Bowlby, Sandy Buss, Linda Vannerson. Wan... 245 l w l L l I I 246 FIRST ROW: Caren Rudin, Bobbie Loepp, Linda Sunderland CResident Aidb, Karen Spanier, Loretta Fieser, Earlene Postlethwaite. BACK ROW: Patricia Eggleston, judi Pratt, Linda Sears, Leona Stein, Bertha Fracol, Carolyn Harris, Susan Schulte, Sydney Stark, Nancy Thornton, Glenda Bolte, Sue Rollins, Mary Jane Hutchins, Linda Lou Holt. FRONT ROW: Mary Lou Weston, Sharon K. Smith, Patricia Cope, Vicki jo Lockhart, Phyllis Ige, Barbara Pierce. BACK ROW: Sharon Mc- Nitt, Sandra Duff, Janice Hinkle, Trudi Mee, Puanani Kaumeheiwa, janet Brammer, Pam McGaughey, Donna Lee Glotta, Rochelle Miller, Evelyn Fountain, Barbara Lee Hutton fResident Aidl, Laurie Niedens, Millie Fuller. in-1 FRONT ROW: Carol Ann Gresham, Valera Clayton, Nadine Kohler, Martha Cook, Jane Lee, Nancy Coddington, Helen Baker. BACK ROW: Judy Harrison, Margaret Hawks, Ann Hardesty, Linda Lund, Mary Jane Mayall, Mary Jane Tatum, Beverly Homolka, Linda Coons QResident Assistanth, Leeann Thurmond, Linda Kay Gutsch, Delma Faye Weiss, Charlotte Ann Rogers, Joyce Johnson, Bonnie Leemasters, Angela Stufflebam. FRONT ROW: Sharon Hicks, Donna Sasse, Marilyn Rose Miller, Dianne M. Negley, Pat Buchanan, Janice Harlan, Carolyn Schurle. BACK ROW: Sharon Kay Witham, Eileen Pavey, Joan Edwards, Carol Standiferd, La'Nno Settles, Esther Schreck fRes1dent Assistantj., LaDean Prelesnik, Shirley Willis, Patricia Hull, Judy Simek, Maridel Burke, Barbara Oliver, Donna D5-:Bus, Patricia Kester, Sharon Risley. I I 247 1 r ,MI 248 FRONT ROW: Sharon Lynn, Ann Fairbanks, Pat Payne, Judy Hillard, Judy Simmons, Joyce Martin, Nancy Miller. BACK ROW: Judi Heck- endorn, Rebecca Kerr, Diana Bolliger, Karen Grace, Karen Krehbiel, Jolene Sturgeon, Carol Combs, Nancy Martin, Suzanne Lesovsky, Pat Quillin CResident Aidj, Wanda McKay, Annetta Jilg, Connie Schultz, Connie Lucas, Pat Edwards. FRONT ROW: Janet Truskett, Meredith Storrer fResident Aidj, Betty O'Bleness, Elaine Shaw, Mike Cauberry, Alexis Rabourn, Sue King. BACK ROW: Harriett Scrivner, Beverly Laymon, Ruthann Levret, Janice Brooks, Shirley Sndlin, Joan Iiams, Ruth Marie Detter, Linda Brumback, Frances Morton, Lucia Wray, Jo Castle, Martha Walker, Carol Moos. s:- FRONT ROW: Gail Painter, Betty Fillmore, Carol Huff, Kathleen McFadden C Resident Aidl, Lynda Edmundson, Anne Meyer. BACK ROW: Betty Ragan, Charlotte Shaner, Judy Grove, Barbara Bush, Karen Hind, Carolyn Kramer, Sherry Sears, Marlene Johnson, Gay Eitel, Sonja Lee Ellis, Jill Schumaker, Karen McCullough, Barbara Baker. FRONT ROW: Brenda Bergatrom, Mary Loux, Deba Weatherwax, Mary Lou Fleagle fResident Aidl, Joyce McKee, Judith Oliverson, Claudette Clum. BACK ROW: Judy Brown, Sandy Cone, Deanna Tankersley, Kay Curfman, Karen Beckner, Gayle Shepherd, Grace Stouppe, Linda Ruark, Judy Voth, Beverly Jenkins, Donna Jones, Dora Nelson, Pat Sibley, Linda Howell. -- 249 4 6 li i E f i M4 250 FRONT ROW: Vicki johnson, Nancy Messick, janet Cox, Joyce Cox, Ginny Kemp, Donna jean Munson. BACK ROW: Betty Schick, Ruthie K' f R't H en Sandra Mathias, Diane Hunt, Cole, Lynne Withrow, Gloria Garnett, Mary Lou Nellans, Sharon Bennett, Patty ie er, 1 a ans , joy Offen, Thayer Duncan CResident AidD, Connie Christopher, Frances Burdette, Diane Penner. FRONT ROW: Roberta Wasson, Anna Childers, Cheryl Petty, Leslie Cyrus CResident Aidl, Janice Brown, Mary jane Dawe, Emily Ann O'Dell. BACK ROW: Sally Fuller, Sherry Wachter, Opal Nearmyer, Sherry Johnson, Linda Prosser, Cheryl Yotter, Suzanne Northcutt, Gwen Chaffin, Linda Humphries, Linda Whiteside, Nancy Davis, Marguerite Johnson, janet Hutchens, Eileen Nutt, Kay Nelson. n-- FRONT ROW: Carolyn Hunt, Rosalie Ryan, Patricia Morrisey, Caroline Lohrenz, Le Anne Sawin, Judy Schaible. BACK ROW: Lindy Eales, Marilea Farnsworth, Sharon Archer, Nancy Thompson, Anita Davis, Phyllis Klaus, Judi Osborn, Judie Fall, Cay Lohrenz, Cheryl German CResxdent Aid! , Betty Jane Lewis. FRONT ROW: Marilyn Kinast, Jean Shannon, Coleen Pettit, Cherylweatherbee, Diana Gates. BACK ROW: Ellen.Smith, Donna Johnson, Wilma Inman, Marcene Moser, Donna Peters, Kay Pruitt, Janice May, Linda Brown, Marilyn Ames, Diane Robinson, Rosemary Harris, Barbara Alexander QResident Aidb 251 5 252 FRONT ROW: Sandy Hodges, Teri Quinn, Jac VanMeter, Shirley Partington CResident Aidb, Judy Straight, Judy Gronau. BACK ROW: Roya Corbin, Linda Kay Landis, Carmen Wygle, Martha Collins, Mary Kay Taylor, Kathryne Roberts, Kaye Tillery, Sandy Rippetoe, Donna Rae Zimmerman, Paula Perkins, Leah Will, Kay Starkey, Mary Schrader, Marilyn Bundy. FRONT ROW: Val. Travis, Jeanne'Overfield, Marlene Locher, Patricia Reid, Roanne Jefferies. BACK ROW: Sharon Mitchell, Karen Kuhns, Nancy Walker, Rita McKay fRCSldCDl Aidb, Judy Dirks, Margaret Dalton, Karen Gugler, Linda Chadwell, Sharon Frederick, Marcia Miller, Joyce Keeler, Kathleen Thompson, Karen Jeffery. V +1-1 A 4 1 I I FRONT ROW: Marcia Lucas, Linda Rhue, Judy Piatt, Carol Stoffer, Mary Lou Miller, Gwen Morgan. BACK ROW: Muriel Noel, Judy 112122222-2jg,lEZ:-T: CC:lrIohk2iJ352erCg2Qgl?i.Carolyn Scott, Judy Waterman, Jan Grantz, Marsha Bollinger, Gail Morgan, Linda Grainger, Judy FRONT ROW: Serena Clark, Carole Herzog, Judy Harbaugh, Carolyn Isaacson, Nancy Phillips fResident Aidb, Donna Banks. BACK ROW: Diana Stover Pat Ferguson, Nancy Stone, Linda Hannebaum, Pat Remmers, Cindy Hillman, Ann Reid, Judy Gibson. Sherry Bonine. Florine Girard, Kathryn Johnson, Carol Lee Decker, Sherry Schroeder, Sharon S. Smith. 253 254 " g, .,,-. 3 , f' , A i FRONT ROW: Donna Loop, Glenda Elliott, Connie Spangler, Kay Stoner, Diann Holm, Rose Marie Correa. BACK ROW: Lynda Snider, Ginny McCart, Judy Green, Carolyn Joyner, Sharalyn Hall, Judy Hamman, Donna Covey QResident Aidj, Phyllis Old, Cheryl Sampson, Donna Stewart, Sally Nadeau, Sheryl Anderson, Kay Jean Martin, Carol Hobson. FRONT ROW: Gloria Graff, Carla Eggert, Brenda Burford, Kathy Titus iResident Aidl, Jeanne Hull, Phyllis Berschauer. BACK ROW: Lorna Swenson, Patricia Barrett, Margie Slack, Lucretia Litchfield, Sharon Heger, Betty Thibault, Martha Train, Sherry Ann Hokanson, Mary Martin, Janet Rupe, Judy Moskau, Mary Ishikawa, Pam Fellingham, Frances Luginsland. s1 i I J i 1 r i f i l I I i 1 4 i 4 i 4 L I l I K ! l l ME N'S RESIDENCE HALL zss ll FIRST ROW: Stephen Waite, Floor Rep. C2ndJg Albert Johnstone, Sec.-Treas.g Mrs. Kathleen Benne, Housemotherg Don Jordan, President First Semester- Dave French Social Chairman. SECOND ROW: Gale McNemee, Floor Rep. Hardly Larry Sevier, Floor Rep. Clstbg Verl Nor- wood R. A.g jim Anderson, l9resident Second Semester, Robert Brown R. A., joseph Walter R.A.g E. jafari. M E N 'S D 0 R M FIRST ROW: Reginald Boothe, Dahl Dillard, David Shriner, John Culderon, Richard Lichty, Richard Reed. SECOND ROW: Lyle johnson, Winston Manning, Curtis Pefferman, Bob Martindale, Dennis Nail, Stephen Schafer, Stanley Nolind. THIRD ROW: Bob Merz, Rick Eng- bretson, Steve Crofoot, Barry Holmes, john Bogle, Lloyd Paxson, Archie Crouse. 256 -- I Q ! I I u i e I I 1 l 5 l r I l I x I I I k i l 5 K s i l 1 6 l 1 E I 5 E . FIRST ROW: David Croy, Paul Reinking, jerry Mason, Bill Bannister, Herbert K. Kalmar, Steve junghans. SECOND ROW: Bill Ledgerwood, Douglas Herthel, Pete Calamo, Jim Kaiser, Roy Myers, Gary Sparke. Alvin E. Elliott. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Sigley, Darryl Duffin, Dick Bronaugh, Tim Johnson, Kenneth E. Briggs, Maung Tun Myint, Charles Don Everhart. MEN'S DGRM FIRST ROW: Norman Avery, Terry Boyd, Larry Bender, Charles R. Dent, Carey Kaltenbach, Bob Bell. SECOND ROW: Ken Steitz, Rick Horn, Jerold Spohn, Ray Meyer, Gary Domitz, Dean Hickerson, Bill Price, Francis Funk, Michael Culp. THIRD ROW: Don Farr, Ronald Jensen, Gary Wegner, Ray Schrick, Tom Eastman, Fred C. Bristol, Ronald M. Welch. 257 258 -ili- i 6 4 I R E 1 1 I G Q john Rhea, Sigma Tau Gamma President, Paul Schuler, Sigma Tau Gamma, Bill Hammers, Alpha Kappa Lambda, President, john Koch, ' Sigma Phi Epsilon, Roger Green, Vic Trussler, Clint Weber, Spenser Shank, Sigma Phi Epsilon, president, Willard Elledge, Tau Kappa I Epsilong Don Lambring, Phi Sigma Epsilon, john Morris, Phi Sigma Epsilon, president. NOTPICTURED: Dick Barnes, Tau Kappa Ep- 1 silon, president. ' T i Q INTERFRATERNITY COUN IL The year ended with the presentation of the Inter- fraternity scholarship trophy which was won by another year of successful activities. They worked Alpha Kappa Lambda. This cup is presented an- in co-ordination with Panhellenic Council. The Interfraternity Council under the sponsorship of Mr. Clint Webber and Roger Green completed r nually at the Honors Convocation to the fraternity x l A ! During both semesters a record number of men . ,, whose actives and pledges have earned the highest l were pledged during rush week. grade point average. il l 'I ii l 'i 'P I 1 I l 1 I 5 I S 35 Y J tr 1 an -r v P-1.u-.x, fi ,. . FIRST ROW: Nancy jones, Lynda McCune, Peggy Hill, Mary Ann Lutz, Treasurer, Anita Higbee, Presidentg Linda Brosius, Secretary, Sharon Horst, Kaye johnson, janet Beckner. SECOND ROW: Kathy Neill, Dona McKanna, Rita McGill, Kaye Kallail, Dr. june Morgan, Sponsor, Dean Ruth Schillinger, Barbara Livingston, Ann Holmgren, Marilyn Newton, Joyce Mills, Carol Bell. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The Senior Panhellenic Council is composed of an alumni advisor, the president, an upperclass repre- sentative and an underclass representative from each of the six sororities on the Emporia State campus. The officers for the year were: Anita Higbee- president, Linda Brosius-secretary, and Mary Ann Lutz-treasurer. Dr. june Morgan was the faculty adviser and Dean Schillinger was the ex officio adviser. The Panhellenic Council coordinates the activities of the sororities. It supervises the rush program through the formation of the schedule and estab- lishment of regulations concerning it. The council has two loan funds, one for Greek women and an emergency fund for any women on campus who may need a loan for a short period of time. This year the Senior Panhellenic Council spon- sored the Junior Panhellenic Council which is composed of the president and a representative from the pledge class of each sorority. This council was responsible for getting the pledges acquainted with one another and the training of future mem- bers for Senior Panhellenic Council. Also this year the Senior Panhellenic Council spon- sored a Panhellenic Day for all Greek women. Mrs. Kent R. Morgan, an officer of National Pan- hellenic Council, supervised the meetings. The Scholarship Cup award is presented annually at the Honors Convocation to the sorority whose ac- tives and pledges have earned the highest grade point. 259 260 Alpha Sigma Alpha, Epsilon Epsilon Chapter House, 929 West Street. ' Mrs. Billie Henderson has lived with ,the Alpha Sigs as house-mother for lher first year. Epsilon Epsilon Chapter established, 1917 K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Alpha Sigma Alpha Social Sorority founded, 1901 Longwood College Farmville, Virginia Elected Officers president . . ...... . Kaye johnson vice-president . ..... . . Ellen Martin -gegfefgfy , , . . Sh3.fOl'l Poftef treasurer . . . Sandy Wenderott pledge trainer . - Janette Ritter chaplain . . . Karen Prather editor . . Karen Swartz ., 11' .. f,,-,fafriy-affy . , 5 V at Zgmpry 1,3 I ,, f X V ay , with Lf' , - G ',wf!fK.ZpfLg 'QQ' 2 ' if A ' -xt 'funn V X !Lt,Z,V,2,lrf,'4f,, , , ' CQ , 4 5 , V , 1 . U , , V ff- -1 , , 1 41772-Ag? ff 5 L X 31" in ' ,ivjriclwfiz rw -,- 'sfwffi A Q, ,. , Wa 4 ya-a Q f-,fa-,ff-f:f!fQzf-ff : ., V ff ,f X f 1 . ff kf XQZ f7!f,!i!Q,Qi4f K !v.,W 3475 Vir ffffffi efrfzfmzt If ff fy 2,1 fA'fp-fm . . af, . ,-4.ff,.f-fWZ.fif OW? G ' ,ff fffp My if X if f f f I The "Alpha Sigma Alpha Fun Cruise" sailed on a make-believe trip around the world with the Alpha Sigs as crew members and fall rushees as passengers. At the end of the cruise fourteen of the passengers pledged to stay aboard. Homecoming season found the Alpha Sigs selling the huge yellow traditional mums again. In 'lieu of putting up house decorations the Alpha Sigs chose to donate money to the United Fund. The fall pledge class presented the annual fall informal uflapper-stylev, November 17, 1961. "The Roaring Twenties" was enjoyed by all' with many colorful costumes, decorations, and much gala fun. V At Christmas time, the Alpha Sigs gave pic- ture scrap-books to the children at the Kansas State Training School, Parsons, Kansas for their annual Christmas philanthropic project. Locally they donated food to the Salvation Army for dis- tribution in Christmas baskets. The annual winter formal found Alpha Sigs dancing to the music of the Pastels. They danced in a "Winter Fantasy", December 17, 1961. Spring rush was presented in a fun-filled at- mosphere at the "Alpha Sigma Alpha Flapper Frolic". Fifteen rushees charlestoned back to the Alpha Sigma Alpha house to become pledges. The spring pledge class presented the Alpha Sigma Alpha active members with a party that was really "Way Out"! Beatnik-style was the only way to attend this informal held at the Civic Audi- torium Little Theatre. The Alpha Sigs went night clubbing for their annual spring formal. The Broadview Hotel ball- room turned into the "Alpha Club" for one gala evening of dancing. Top hats and canes predomi- nated as decorations, carrying out the theme very effectively. The main excitement for this year was the an- nouncement of a new chapter house to be ready for next year. The Alpha Sigs purchased the present Sig Tau Gamma chapter house, which will be the site to build their new chapter house on. - 1 i 1 I Ursula, Andrews Karen Averill Freda Bornschein Patsy Brammell Ruth Anne Brown Judy Carpenter Jeanne Caywood Jean Clark Martha Collins Suzan Crow Judy Dirks Suzie Dozier Glenda Farris Charlotte Fox Marcia Gann Marjorie Gardner Judy Gentz Suzanne Hendrickson Suzan Henson Mary Hendrickson Mickey Holt ' gt, s. 5 55 asa: s i if-P M' 0 , t 'G' 3 4? f my I .1 z t 1-f 4 if '. . 6 . V U 5 ,'.' 1 V' i V' 'f'77 "" '-'35 '.'. N 1. U N. , H' ,W 1 , f fw' f f z W ig. 5:11 " ,www V 'f' an 'if ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Sharon Horst Diane Hunt Norma Huston Shirley Huston Peggy Jarvis Kaye Johnson Nancy Jones Pat Kiefer Sharon Killion Ann Lawler Carol McGee Ellen Martin Margo Myers Lorrie Niedens Polly Pierson Sharon Porter Suzanne Porter Karen Prather I.aJune Revell Janette Ritter Sandy Sinclair Jane Smith Sharon Smith Betty Stainbrook Sue Summerville Karen Swartz Nancy Thornton Garda Torrence Rita Urbanek Nancy Walker Sandra Wenderott Margie Yeager 7 ,. 'f if 3 A , W- -' u ' f - V A 4 ' 1' f N r 4 I 4 if ff ' X . , , ft - 'it if-3 jj, ' M-.fyfz , -W ,X EM . if 3 r 4 527 V ,V rw' 9 f 'H' , . ,, .Nh Ll hu. W X , f, 2.- ' 2, ,, 4 . :fi,j,j , f ,f,g, fl an :hz f 4 ,f f , . .gl hu. , L.. - s a-,oc-j,'g, ,ff U A , 1 - ,eaa J fri? E .41 23 , f 5: ' all , gf 2' ' 'f P ' ,il riff' I 42' . W. f L. 1,-0 'Y H Z1-Q , Lf' Milli' " A 4 . XV 2-LW' I ,, fl 4 fi 7 X 1 I 261 262 Fall Rushees delighted in "Perfume Reflec- tions" at the Alpha Sigma Tau chapter house. Eighteen rushees found themselves fllpba Tau pledges at the close of the hectic rush week. The Alpha Tau house turned into a ski lodge for their fall informal. Everyone costumed for the occasion and danced to the tune of "Ski Spree". The fall pledge class cleaned the Lyon County Museum as their annual community project. A shoe shine helped raise money for new furnishings in the recreation room. Thanksgiving decorations were made for the trays at Newman Memorial Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital. The Alpha Taus contributed chil- dren's gifts to the Pine Mountain Settlement in Kentucky at Christmas time. "Perfume Reflections" reflected again during spring rush. Sixteen rushees returned to the Alpha Sigma Tau house to pledge. The Broadview Hotel ballroom became the scene of the spring formal, "Aquatic Fantasia", April 7, 1962. A false ceiling of blue and green created an underwater illusion, with the help of a boat, colored lights, an octopus or two, fish nets and starfish. Everything and everyone was in red and white at the "Peppermint Lounge". The spring informal was held at the Civic Auditorium Little Theatre, February 17, 1962. Mrs. Lois Brasier lived with the Al- pha Taus as their housemother this year. E' ' l f? ,V 9 4 ie.. f i V. I ,VVV W' f ",'i V 27342, A 1 ' QI f'f- yi., ' f f , V , f-,wx .f , , , 1 f 1 7,1 f I, ...avr Iota Chapter established, 1923 K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Alpha Sigma Tau Social Sorority founded November 4, 1899 Michigan State Normal Ypsilanti, Michigan Elected Officers president . . ....... Donna McKanna wee-presnlent . . . . , jo Minnig fecfemfy - . . . Judy Shipley treasurer .......... Beverly Maechtlen Alpha Sigma T au, Iota Chapter House, 1006 Constitution. - -I1 5 Karen Adams Sheryl Becker Janeen Bundschuh Marie Burns Jan Bush Linda Chadwell Virginia Correa Mona Coyne Gloria Cropp Judy Deatz Marcia Deschner Marilyn Drummond Sherry Felrner Linda Frederick Diana Gates Joyce Gilbert Sue Goodin Nancy Green Sharalyn Hall Karen Hind Marilyn Hoecker f , -' A Q ,M ig VV,. L , 4. 4 5 as 4 I? 1 eia iiii ALPHA SIGMA TAU RoAnne Jefferies Bonnie Jones Carolyn Joyner Lynne Larson Barbara Livingston Mary Ann Lutz Melva Long June McClure Sally McDonald Dona McKanna Beverly Maechtlen Jo Minnis Earlena Mossman Barbara Murray Linda Newman Barbara Pierce Sharon Reaburn Joyce Reusser Jan Riggs Sharon Rippel Nancy Schulte Myrna Seidel Judy Shipley Kay Starkey Dianne Suits Lois Thurber Judi Trogdon Carolyn Ulrich Judy Waller Kay Wedel Donna White ,f I 9' ' X f , , 5 wg I , f ff ff' ,f f f , , f f min, L M i A i if --., 7 1 4, f CZ f f , 410 Z W X ff ff X 5 mf X A 1' I , i fc 1 .,V V M w' f Gp . ,Q-2.,1, f ww F an ,yy Q 263 264 Chi Omega, Nu Zeta Chapter House, 526 Union Street Chi Omega the newest greek social sorority established on K.S.T.C.'s campus has successfully completed its first official year participating in the local campus and greek activities. "Broadway Hits" prevailed during fall rush this year. Entertainment, decorations and favors prepared and presented forthe rushees were based on popular Broadway shows and songs, such as Oklahoma, South Pacific, and My Fair Lady. Seventeen rushees became Chi Omega pledges at the close of fall rush. The fall pledge class prepared and presented "Due Olden Steinhut", for the Chi Omega mem- bers November 17, 1961. The informal was held in the Terrace Room of the Student Union, which was decorated to carry out the theme. German en- tertainment and costumes added the finishing touches for fun and enjoyment. The Chi Omega members prepared and pre- sented the Chi Omega winter formal dance, "De- cember Fantasy," December 8, 1961. The Terrace Room of the Student Union was decorated accord- ingly with large snowflakes, snowmen, a frozen pond and a large Christmas tree. "Chi Omega T eahouse" charmingly prevailed during spring rush. Rushees enjoyed the gay or-. iental costumes, decorations and entertainment. Fourteen of the spring rushees became Chi Omega pledges. ' The Student Union Terrace Room was flood- ed with moonlight, dreams and dancers at the Chi Omega Spring formal. "Moonlight Becomes You", the theme, was carried out very effectively with blue and white decorations. The spring informal, "Hillbilly Hoedown," was presented by the spring pledge class. Hay and old shoes with daisies neatly tucked away in them filled the Terrace Room with the appropriate at- mosphere. 4 .w . , ,. f , .., hi ' ' I If ,QQ HQ , ' 3 A ' 6 1, ",i.-12.12 4' nt- V ' , "' H ' .if to I A A Q. - "" fa , ' . ,V "f H t- ,VVV ' , x K I f , Nu Zeta Chapter established April 7, 1961 K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Chi Omega Social Sorority founded April 5, 1 895 University of Arkansas Fayetteville, Arkansas Elected Officers president . . . . . . . -vice-president . . Lee secretary . . . treasurer . pledge trainer . Bonnie Hughes Ann Alexander . Carol Trost Judy Schwartz . Marty Hose Mrs. Ella Lyles completed her first year as housemother with the Chi Omegas, this year. f T I R 1 J z I I F 1 l 1 Lee Ann Alexander Ann Austin Donna Campbell Anita Chacon Donna Coughlin Nancy Davis Kathy Foster Pat Gastrock Sondra Gendre Mary Hamman Kaye Hatz Kay High Peggy' Hill Barbara Hinkle Marty Hose Bonnie Hughes Angie Jones Donna Kingsbury CHI CMEGA Audrey Leonard Lynda McCune Mary McKernan Mary Maddox Carolyn Mathews Nancy Miller Peggy Mullen Kathy Neill Carolfrayl Russell Loretta Sallee Judi Sandstrom Judy Schick Judith Schwartz Ann Spencer Sue Stump Kathy Studt Kathy Titus Carol Trost Jeanette Waugh Kathy Whitten Jane Zickefoose ,t-- '.-4--,. . .,..,g'?' wjii- .. f, W. Wi, Yffi izw .,gr, , '--' -1 ..,- 5, M., ,TJ 4 ,. ,ff 1-Za.:-: - 3 . 'Y""x - is V . 1: X A s N 1 rsssa if Y? . aee ssg,Jsysi A ' iq bg esss E ,.l' i . f s .11 -4--' ," ,--',,.,:.-- 1 S .,,.'- 1, - f 4- wc. . f 2' X Q Zfilifw 11,-v ,.. fsf 1 Y , 551-, " HF ' md , f X 4 5 ,11 ll X ,ff A, f f3.I'7z f 1' 25, Wk? ,f L me 2 ff . . ,V .0 1,1-4 t ix . , ,F 14 f , f 43' if PY f X - ff 5 W f fri , . I f MZ? v f 5 N239 si , gf f X X Q - AL A 265 266 'HX Pledges presenting entertainment . . . as always! Delta Pi established May, 1956 K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Delta Zeta Social Sorority founded October 24, 1902 Miami University Oxford, Ohio Elected Officers president . . ..... . . Joyce Mills vice-president . ........ Norma Jacks secretary . . . Mary Ann Mahon treasurer . ...... Karen Erbes Rushees were greeted by Delta Zetas, dressed in pink-checked gingham in a "Southern Fantasy" during fall rush. Southern hospitality prevailed throughout and twenty rushees became Delta Zeta southern belles at the close of fall rush. "Fireside Flame" was the dreamy atmosphere of the fall informal of the Delta Zetas. The Civic Auditorium Little Theatre assumed the atmosphere of a cozy ski lodge with a blazing fire-place. The stage, decorated to represent the fireplace, served as the bandstand. The fall pledge class cleaned the house of the retarded children for its pledge project. At Christmas time the Delta Zetas adopted a family, gave toys to the Fire Station and rang bells for the Salvation Army. Spring rush became a "Winter Holiday" for rushees and Delta Zetas alike, Decorations and favors supporting the theme completed the illu- sion. Nine rushees returned to become DZ pledges. "Stable Stomp", the spring informal was held at Butcher's Barn. In true barnyard style, bales of hay provided places to sit. Casual sportswear pre- vailed. The spring formal, "Melody in Moonlight", took place in the Broadview Hotel Ballroom. A dreamy atmosphere was created by a lowered ceil- ing in blue, giving a cloud-like effect and blue lights and a fountain. A ' The spring pledge class did the spring clean- ing at the house for retarded children as its pro- ject. Delta Zeta, Delta Pi Chapter House, 1005 Merchant ii: 1 I I 1 Judy Abraham Betty Arzenweiler Barbara Bartlett Deanna Boyd Linda Brosius Karen Christ Dee Comas Suzanne Dall Sharon Deyo Cheryl Early Karen Erbes Nikki Eubanks Paula Frazier Kay Freeman Sharon Garrett Jane Gordon -Lani Green Kay Hartshorn Barbara Heitman Ann ImMasche Norma Jacks DELTA ZETA Kaye Kallail Kay Larsen Karen Leslie Leta Rae McCabe Maxine McKinley Mary Ann Mahon Mary Jane Martin Ann Merritt Joyce Mills Frances Moreland Fran Morton Verla Nauerth Dianne Negley Helen Olson Leanna Pearce Donna Peters Pat Reep Sandra Reep Margaret Roberts Caryn Shelor Karen Shields Judy Simpson Diane Smith, Nancy Smith Rita Kay Smith Glora Thomas Sue Vestle Susan Walton Alice Wilson Elaine Wittman fs 'i- .- -,p.f1:,.:. t-- ff V- wg N, x ' E , , r 41414, - 4 .SA ,, G' .J 'Q if A . rrs, If 1 f f J' ff 19 ff, i X , f X fGQ! 5, , na gf! , ', 'X ff 'ff f ? f. 1. iiikgi? A 3 4 3 W . K , , 6 2 Z , Av. X iw ' QW' in v fm-f 2 , M for if I Sigma Kappa, Delta Epsilon Chapter House, 136 West Twelfth It was a busy year for the women of Sigma Kappa. At fall rush, thirteen rushees were pledged. The rush' theme for this year was "Sigma Kappa Gold Carpet Flight." The chief attraction was the large airplane that rushees walked through to get into the house. The house itself was transformed into Las Vegas, New York, Sun Valley, and other interesting places. The fall informal was on the motif of a "Kiddie Party." The girls and their dates came dressed as children and danced amid large candy canes, toys, and blocks. The Winter Formal took "Winter Wonderland" at its theme, and the Student Union Colonial Ballroom was transformed into a grove of evergreens. "Gold Carpet Flight" was the theme for spring rush. Sigma Kappa pledged thirteen girls into the sorority. "Blue Hawaii" was the theme of the annual Sigma Kappa Luau, held at the Blue- stem. Members, dressed in tropical attire, danced to the music of the Don Kile Combo. Second semester, plans for the construction for the new house became final. Members enthusi- astically united their efforts to bring a long-awaited dream into reality. All the Sigma Kappas were proud to be able to have the first new sorority house on campus. The new house will be con- structed directly in front of the old one, and will be completed by fall semester of the 1962-63 school year. Sigma Kappas, teamed with the AKL's, placed first in the fall annual Heart Fund drive sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Mary Jane' Hutchins serves Sigma Kappas and their escorts at Gardens Formal". v lVlfS. IIZIIIK DICILCUIJZILU was housemother at the Sigma Kappa house for her first year. In all college and sorority activities, the wo- men of Sigma Kappa remained true to the spirit of their sorority. The meaning of Sigma Kappa has always lain in her desire to serve others and to de- velop her own members intellectually, spiritually, and socially. The five founders were courageous young women who, when college doors began to open to them, had the initiative to take advantage of all a college education could give them. Their example has guided their daughters, the women of Sigma Kappa. From coast to coast, the motto "one Heart, one Way" binds all Sigma Kappas to- gether in a bond of true sisterhood. Delta Epsilon Chapter established September, 1959 K. S. T. C.' Emporia, Kansas Sigma Kappa Social Sorority founded November 7, 1874 Colby College Waterville, Maine Elected Officers president . . . ....... Mary Kay Trabert lst vice-president . . . . Jeannine Langteau 2nd vice-president . . . .... Carol Bell corresponding secretary . . Linda McTaggart . . Marcia Volk recording secretary . . . Lynn Krehbiel treasurer . . . . the "Winter an .X y 5' ' ' ,s gf z, S . ,ll f .,,f i I I 1 ZW l K Glenda Abney Priscilla Allen Judy Ayler Carolyn Barrons Elgie Beard Carol Bell Sue Bratton Karen Coiner Sara Colvin Carol Combs Phyllis Curtis Jan Dutton Millie Fuller Sue Gray Linnie Hicks Anita Higbee Janet Houston I Mary Jane Hutchins SIGMA KAPPA Barbara Ingerson Vicki Johnson Lynn Krehbiel Pat Lackey Jeannine Langteau Karen Lawrence Linda Leasure B. J. Lewis Helen Lunday Rita McGill Linda McTaggart Sandra Mabry Gail Moran Mary Beth Ore Gayle Phillips Sharon Pine Fae Pruitt Martha Dell Rollmann Eileen Roth 3 5, I Glenda Sims 1. ' Susan Spriggs ggffg? ' ' Q ,gg Angela Stufflebaum Sharron Swender - S A Priscilla Thomas 7: 3 Mary Kay Trabert Ls k-fV5A . , K Www w if W 1 ,Q if , ff? """ ,' Qc y' , S Carolyn Ulrich 1 Jacqueline Van Meter gg- 1 Marcia Volk i .W V, Patty Watt ryllyr L A1,. , Sue Wells 'V f ,J L.. 324m f'I"""-h fic , ,, . ,W n, f 0 lr if W 4 269 270 Sharon Ma es Tri-Sigmas' proud songleader, brings the ..,....- .,r.., , ,.,, .M I Y 1962 Singing ,Bee trophy to its home. Tri-Sigmas' sang Mf5ilFfanCe5hDa5f0,nsl'a5 bein houfe' "Flower Drum Song" by Rodgers and Hammerstein to mot ef at t e T" 'gma ouse of the last two years. win first place for the second successive year. Fall rushees traveled "Around the World with Sigman. A wide variety of countries on the tour opportuned colorful and varied costumes as well as decorations and entertainment. Twelve rushees ended the tour as Tri-Sigma pledges. The annual fall informal held in the rec- reation room of the chapter house proved to be more fun than ever. All came in costume to the "Ridiculi Party" during which the pledge class presented entertainment for the evening. The fall pledges presented the college members with the annual Christmas formal De- cember 9, 1961, to the tune of ."Oriental Dy- nasty". The Colonial Ballroom in the student union was the scene of a twelve foot pagoda, and eight foot Budda and of course, Ming trees. The annual Christmas Dinner Party and gift exchange, December 20, 1961, was high- lighted as is customary, with an original poem by each fall pledge which included all the col- lege members' names. Rushees were introduced to the well-known line "It's a Woman's World." At the Tri-Sigma house during spring rush. Decorations and en- tertainment developed the theme very effec- tively. At the close of the hectic week fifteen rushees became Tri-Sigma pledges, proving that it's really an Woman's World. Tri-Sigmas worshipped together at the Con- gregational Church February 25, 1962. "Wink 'im, Blink'in and Nod" led the way in the pajama parade at the annual spring in- formal. The party was held in the recreation room at the chapter house. The spring pledge class entertained. The Civic Auditorium Little Theatre was the scene of the annual spring formal. "Bali Hai" was the setting. Appropriate decorations I , , ,K QA . K il? ' Gif ' K . . . , K x xjigli A f L,,', . I .i . rl , -.,V . 5:13-E3 r, . . w f K L . Cx .5 G A h 5 . if x . Y ,1 and entertainment whisked its participants into a dream-like dance land. Sigma Sigma Sigma is serving children for its national social service project. This year the Tri-Sigmas made over 35200.00 to be contributed to the Robbie Page Memorial Hospital for crip- led children. Pi chapter now holds the traveling Sigma Sigma Sigma national social service a- ward. Christmas carolling at the hospitals and col- lecting for the Salvation Army began the list for community social service. Tri-Sigmas also helped collect for the Heart Fund Drive. To top' the year off, Sigma Sigma Sigma took first place in the annual Singing Bee for the second successive year, and took first place in Scholarship. The Singing Bee traveling tro- phy had found its home. The 1962 Scholarship Trophy was proudly placed alongside its fourth immediate successive predecessor. Elected Officers president ........ , . . Marilyn Newton vice-president ......... Marilyn Gertsen recording secretary . . . . Sharon Ward corresponding secretary . . Beverly Allison . Margie Smith . Gay Smitson treasurer . . . . . scholarship chairman . . Pi Chapter established March 50, 1917 K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Sigma Sigma Sigma Social Sorority founded April 20, 1898 Longwood College Farmville, Virginia Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Chapter House, 418 West 12th ,Q I f I I I I I il I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I 1 Beverly Allison Marilyn Appl Sharon Archer Pat Ater Pru Balch Annette Basgall Janet'Beckner Rosalie Brinkman Kaaren Courtney Betty Dexter Ruth Douglas Anita Edwards Patsy Edwards Mary Dee Ford Marilyn Gertsen Gayla Gibb f ' Nancy Griffith y f ttaz i oli L Sammie Haegerfv ,,,-... fQf:'iffif'i Judy 1 . M: .- - ,,.2,.,A, Muriel Ho er V"V I u A 'ifli S Ann Holmgren I ,044 . .- 4. 7-Y -4, '.::'z-mais:-f:J f, ' " '55 fl Q fl 1, Si' SVC' . Ef 5 5 -' l t wlvilzli-1-1 l- ' ' SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Carolyn Hunt Deanna Johnson julie johnson Jo Ann Jones Paula Jones - I ii. 1 Ruth Jordon .V j. r.' QV, Bonnie Kuhlman 4' M, I f f t Keren Lowman af i f f' ,Q Mary McCourt xg! Jovfe McKee Jo I I. Marilee Marcellus .lg i ' 4 L f ', Sl'laf0l'l Maxwell frh, 4 ,lib Sharon Mayes Ruth Meyer Marilyn Newton Nancy Noller Gail Painter Jackie Patton Nancy Rasmussen I Teri Raven Sharon Reynolds Sally Rice janet Riley Zoe Ann Rockenbach Reta Rogers Margie Smith Shirley Smith Gay Smitson Sharon Ward , .5 5?- Eleanor Webb Judy Weber Joyce Wininger Nina Zuvanich X 2 1, r if A, f " , 41627 ,, I Yr f ,,,, ' 7 K A at I f as L SQA . . LRF' .riff af X r 5 4 ,iz .- ,yr L4 LSA A ,I 4' f f zz ' 271 l Mrs. Thelma Thorn has been the Alpha Kappa Lambda housemother WY, K for four years. Santa, with the help of the AKL's, made Christmas a little bit hap- pier for these children. Following rush, this year's activities began by making house decorations for Homecoming in November. December began socially with the pledge formal. The Pastels provided music at the "Japanese Tea Garden" held in the Broadview Hotel ballroom. December was also highlighted with the annual Christmas Party for the benefit of underprivileged children selected by the- Welfare Bureau. Each pledge pop and his son bought a gift for a child. Entertainment was provided by Dean Wall with his fancy roping, by Paula Bruckner with an entrancing reading of "The Littlest Angel" and, of course, Santa Claus was there. The latter part of April found the National Guard Armory decorated with red crepe-paper to represent leap- ing flames in "The Inferno". All came in costume for which prizes were awarded. May 12, the Alpha Kappa Lambda pledges entertained in the Student Union Terrace Room. The formal theme, "Twi- light Falls", was carried out with appropriate dec- orations. A bridge could be seen against a back- ground of various shades of blue, a waterfall tumbling into a stream, and a mountain. Under the able direction of their song leader, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Lambda Chapter House, 1309 Sylvan Max Plank, Lambda chapter placed first in the Singing Bee competition. They sang "Get Me To The Church On Time" by Lerner and Lowe, ac- companied by Ann Oetinger. Alpha Kappa Lambda won the first place tro- phy in fraternity scholarship competition and the All-Sports trophy in the intramural fraternity league. All in all, Alpha Kappa Lambda has a well-rounded calendar of events, both social and academic, giving its members an opportunity for a wholesome college life. Lambda Chapter established 1949 K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Alpha Kappa Lambda Social Fraternity founded April 22, 1914 University of California Berkeley, California Elected Officers presidfent .... vice-president . . . recording secretary ....... corresponding secretary . . Bud Tabler and Darrel Troye treasurer .... chaplain . . . sergeant-at-arms . . Bill Hammer W , ,M ,M,.,,,, , ff ,V f 04. 7 ff 41 xg, frgyfykf I f c X ff? S . Darrel Hughey . . Tom McCoy I . . Dave Housh . . Phil Leaper . Bob Kasselman .Q We 1.- WMM- ,mmf-f ,W . , .W -ww 44: 6764? 06 GG' 1, Cc' f 'ff' 4-if .rf :WV 4+ 4 blfijifff .51 New WX 45 41,41 WW? A325 49 -ITT A925119 iv. ffl' 52,45 43 4: IQ!" 444' 4' if .1 ,,, 4' rf .' -'wif , ,. .,. . .V N V, f if-q.,,,,.,. M" f 41 f r re de f X ff,f,,vf ff f ,..r-MM. . . .. , ,ag ' . - - 1' ' ,.y,.::f.r,:ysq,qr.,-fre M3-:ffgg-'5f'a ,.'6 .v ,egg ', ' fw Arr YM 9.124410 if l I I 1 1 I G I I 4 l 3 l i K 1 i 1 l A i 5 l I 1 l i I Loren Appl Michael Ater Chuck Atkins Jim Bagg Gene Bahr Ronald Bahr Reggie Bales Joe Bartels Bill Berry Gene Beyer Russ Brown Bill Edwards Dale Eis William A. Emory John French Curt Gockel Stan Gobel Bill D. Hammers Merle Harris Don Harter Ronald Haxton Sam Hayes Larry Hoffman John Hogan ALPHA Dave Housh Darryl Hughey jim Hull Kemp Irwin Albert Johnstone Robert Kasselman Ken Klassen David W. 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Q M f fx 4 Q, f t,,. rr K :Vg 1295 W Cf ' V '-I fw509:f":w 'z::pffiV- ,V ' if- - '3,E'fEIEf5f:if wif-'I V V . , ,rr.t t V, .. 'f f X' , , , A "3 ' ' f H ' 'T JVLV. - f J X, f ff f f Y 'kv' I , , We 6 , fl ff I f f y I f , A 1 yi JMJ 5132 ?'fffV,V A1 Z . , ffQ, 1 hw "' gf V. K .AJ- v"' ' ,V 4 A iffz? LY Q am ,-.1522 , , V aw- ' V qv . ff gi 2 !Hff ?462 ' fi 'V l 5 ,QMQVZ YV' 1'a:?'53 -' T. 'K r L - A " -V ,-.. isp:- i 1. 8: F K ' .ff 5 :S S ' A 'J Q-V dl .I , , .KJ IM, ,. ,VV V , F , If 2 1 l W if - -. .,., V g ,Q-Ax ' w A R X Q X af ' f 2 1 , " ,Mg 64 lf' 1 f fs 1, 22 as ,.,..,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , .,,,,, ,.,,,,,, - -V V ffff V f-f,-,vf .WVfff-Wfff-yVfm f ,,, V J e 1 XV' ' n a V V V L V f J ff A9 , , 4 ,qui 273 274 Alpha Chapter established in 1910 K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Phi Sigma Epsilon Social Fraternity founded in 1910 Kansas State Teachers College Emporia, Kansas Elected Officers president . ...... . Don Lambring vice-president . ..... . Mark Wolfson secretary . . john Morris treasurer . . Lloyd Domins Kansas' only bowl game, the Commode Bowl, was played November 3, 1961, with the Phi Sigma Epsilon actives edging out the pledges for a thrill- ing 13-7 victory. An impressive ground attack em- ployed by the actives finally came to life in the second half and wore down the tough but out- manned pledges. Half-time ceremonies featured the crowning of the Commode Bowl Queen of 1961. History of the Commode Bowl dates back to 1946 when the Phi Sig veterans returned to the E-State campus. Socially, the Phi Sigs and their dates enjoyed dancing at the chapter house following the foot- ball game, September 29. The next social event was the fall informal, October 7, held at the chap- ter house. All came in costume as bums and free- loaders to the "Sewer Party". Prizes were awarded for the most appropriate masquaraders. The spring informal, February 24, 1962, was another mas- quarade to the tune of a "Ridiculous Party". Over- night the chapter house was redecorated accord- ing to the designated theme. Newspapers were used in place of wallpaper, hay in place of rugs and original contemporary drawings were used to adorn the walls. The center of attraction was the famous Phi Sig Commode Bowl placed in the cen- ter of the room. The Phi Sigs formal theme this year was "Blue Christmas". Homecoming decorations were replaced by donating money to the United Funds Campaign. Along with the rest of the greek organiza- tions, the Phi Sigs helped collect for the Salvation Army, the March of Dimes, and the Heart Fund Drive. The Phi Sigs also participate in intramu- rals, the annual Singing Bee and Scholarship com- petition. Mrs. Mary Jane Frohart 3 Mr. and Mrs. Dean Frohart, with the help of their young son Bruce, have completed their first ear as house arents at the Phi Sigma Y P Epsilon House. Mr. Dean Frohart 1 Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Chapter House, 516 East Twelfth. David Bisoni Richard Burkhart Larry Chanay Howard Clark Peter Clarke jeff Crair Gary Divel Lord Dobbins Don Dougherty Larry Foster Glen Fulton Tony Genova Duane Gilbert Myron Hamm Dixie Howell- David Itokazu Charles Johnson Roy Kawamoto I Q are f fi -'F If Q, ,: 1 qv " iii , 4 3 l ii. 4 S' X 'Q E 'A E? ig V 2 X , 1 . ' w 'CI' ln. V ""' ' , 1 ,Z ., ,. , , ..., .1 -- . . .,., ' fwgw in 1 f 5 b f, 9, ,., , .f ' f 3: 4, 4 ' 1 V 2 PHI SIGMA EPSILCN Kent Keahey Donald Lambring Dean McCulley Rod McMaster Richard Moore john Morris Phil Mott Lloyd Nunns john Powers Lee B. Rogers William Schowalter Charles Seawood jim Shimeall Leon Storck joe Strube Paul Thomas Thomas G. Tull Bud Vincent Bryce Withrow Mark Wolfson " ' W, fi 'fa M655 99, .IL af 4 f m f I a ff f J' f ., ' . . A of I 35 3. Q 11 if N NR 5 - '.W:igf.:-5..,4y,.f,11'i,-xii .. X M My .,., .. yy, 2 . W X X , f 4 . ,V K . 1712 'KK W f f V ,, W .4-f 'hi 276, Mrs. Vivian Rea completed her fourth year as housemother for the Sig Eps. Whenever the red door of Sigma Phi Epsilon is found, it is the sign of service. Each year Epsilon chapter sponsors the Greek's campaign for the an- nual Heart Fund Drive. This year approximately 351,700.00 was collected. Another community serv- ice project is included in their annual Christmas Party. Epsilon chapter dined at the Ranch House Motel for their Christmas dinner, then returned to the chapter house for a gift exchange. The gifts were then given to needy children. The first social event of the year was the Frontier Formal or Western Party held annually at the Bluestem Inn. The Broadview ballroom be- came a "Rhapsody in Red", March 31, 1962 for the biggest yearly event, the Golden Heart Ball. Entertainment was provided by the pledges and music by the Starlighters from Topeka. This year was highlighted by a specially ini- tiated Sig Ep named "Boozer". Boozer is a St. Bernard puppy purchased to perform the duties as mascot of the Epsilon chapter of Sigma Phi Sigma Phi Epsilon, Epsilon Chapter House, 415 East 12th. nv JN X X X xj-Ngiig--Q Qy.j,1jx Q, . Q XS t 1 N Xx Xl X""4NIL as .dtgdl X: X . X s 2 Qc-Q. Q. ...- -Q n Q QQ? QM ,tsvgh Q4 .1 3 4. x t is '- at 9 X X ,,.,, . Ly.. Q .3 i XFX "."r's 1 - t Nxtxxx g:QA,:,,-3f,.m, ,. ,1 X S Q M foggy-sr. .,...,s.Xt,ssf , vs. X , 1 . . 3 S . , Q X Q Q . X N s F -14.r-qif.g,,,fTg,,,j X - . Qs xXx g X ,Nig-.... , , X X it x3,,,t-gm. . , ,Ii N N Xxx Q, 'J . N. . Q: s N x s, 3.95 Q51 - c. , , '.'- f , f ,fl Epsilon. Boozer takes-an active part in all fra- ternity affairs. A Sig Ep serenade is not complete without her bass voice. She enjoys the privileges of a mascot which includes her own bunk bed in the upstairs bunk room. All in all, Boozer has ad- justed very well to fraternity life. Epsilon Chapter established October 10, 1951 K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Sigma Phi Epsilon Social Fraternity founded November 1, 1901 Richmond College Richmond, Virginia Elected Officers . Spencer Shank . John Koch . Fred Long . . . David Fry lazstorum . . Gerald Pauler president . .... . vice-president . secretary . eomptroller . , Richard Clasen -:f ' 1 ' james Cochran A Ronald Adams h Sam Arundale ,IVPA Sfgtfq V Felix Brand jj: ' g ,, , V James Brown ,av-.. Q , T Fred Bussey ' ' if fjg, "" X S Z2 a n as .8 -9 if sf 5 2 ' Bruce Cooper Kenneth Costich Charles Dannenfelser Tom Davies ' Ben Doughty David Eldridge David Fry Ron Gard V , .',, Dave Gates 1 1 1 , Bob Gideon ,-'A'4A ii. V Arnold Graham Harvey Haeker - ' Gene Heitman f , . V BillHi1l- . eiy gi y it WW . Y SIGMA PHI EPSILON Harvey Hundley Jim johnson John Koch Fred Long Richard Long Maurice Matile Lorey Meyers Rog Mitchell Everett Moreland John Osborne Gerald Pauler V EL' ,. Ronald Peters John Quinn Wayne Reeves 1,- ' Don Richard Don Roberts f ff X S f ww , John Roberts Jim Roth Mike Scott jim Sellens Spencer Shank Frank Sheble Bob Stowers Phil Troutman Leland Viar Larry Ward Fred Welborn Doug Wischropp xi' Joe Woodard Glen Unruh xl' ., R QS f A 1 ' 1 ,, 4 , Q 1 C R R 1 , g f Y 1 5 '21 J' 4,7 , , 1 ,f ' , ,, H ii gf I v s 5 ,Q Q 2 . " ' Q' i A 1 Q f ll " , iy,f 4261 2 i C' 1. Z , 11. 3' 1, Q, , HMV 2 .f , 45231 , if , f Z rizfe-'1:Z:2:f12.? ' W2 1? J Q , 6 2 277 . , 278 Sigma Tau-Gamma, Delta Chapter House, 226 West 12th. The Sig Tazis started the year out by enter- taining at the chapter house. Sig Tazds and their dates enjoyed dancing and card playing the eve- ning of October 28, 1961. When Homecoming came around they decided to go together with five other greek organizations to donate money to the United Funds Campaign in lieu of putting up house decorations. December social life began with the pledge formal, "Hernando's Hide-away", heldat the Broadview Hotel ballroom. December 15, the Sig Tau's enjoyed their annual Christmas dinner party at the chapter house. April brought the annual White Rose Formal, held at the Civic Auditorium Little Theatre. A mixture of themes prevailed that evening. A "Paris Holliday" setting was visible with appropriate sidewalk cafe decor- ations, but theatmosphere was invaded with "Le Torsionv Ctranslated from French it means "the twist"J. The Sig Tau's campaigned for the March of Dimes one evening in January under the slogan: Mrs. Esther Sears completed her second year as housemother at the Sigma Tau Gamma House. "We Were Mothers for One Night". They col- lected 3176.64 in all. The fraternity participates in Scholarship competition, Singing Bee Qthis year placing sec- ond, singing "Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee" by Bach under the direction of Steve Kimpleb , and intramurals Qlast year taking All-Sports trophy in the fraternity leagueb. Delta Chapter established january 20, 1922 K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Sigma Tau Gamma Social Fraternity founded June 28, ,1920 Central Missouri State College Warrensburg, Missouri Elected Officers . . . . . . john Rhea . . . . . . . . . Paul Schuler . . . Ken Schlatter . D. D. Wagoner president . . lst vice-president 2nd vice-president recording secretary . 1 Bill Apperson Norman Avery Lyle Barker Jewell Beard Richard Beattie Richard Buchannan Gary Byrne David Calvert Richard Carlson Phil Coffelt Ken Cozad Scott Cram Richard Deschner Terry Downey Robert Duncan Robert Duran jerry Dyer Robert Euler Austin Farley Terry Farnsworth - Clifford Ferrell Charles Foreman David French Jerry Goldsmith wg ..,, , - t,,' A A A ,Lf 2.12-H' Q, 'i , :p'i7 all r A F h feisraas 4 I K , ' Q ' V f T., 7' A feerl ' yinr J nyas f M gl A sltia sytl, m ,V ,.yn J yy X ,V ,V 4 I .ijal f i ,, g A 1 , A +P 1 ae i n ii Z? SIGMA TAU GAMMA Darrell Harkness Robert Hastings Albert Hatch Richard Henderson Kent Hurn jim Jones Steve Kimple Norman Kirk Jerry Lichtenhan Richard Link John Manning Tom Martin Jim Melly james Mordica Willis Neal Roger Palmer Mike Petty Bruce Prall Buddy Redman john Rhea Harold Rhea John Riddle David Robinson Bill Ronen Ronald Schierling Kenneth Schlatter Pat. Schuler Richard Shepherd Ronald Sheets Gerald Shineman Harry Stephens David Stormont Bill Stover Ray Sullivan Mont Swanson Phil Thornton D. D. Wagoner Don Williams 'Y we . t . .,X,M3,: 5 if 'Q XE Wei, l 4 .-.:: . N Q, . . ' .X x ' K X .. f fwrve--A-,yew-f-M-W 'sc .P , ei ' , -V I9 F . ee. 4 ff' E Q55 -- P f l V ,, 5 ,J ,. X , .,,. 7 i . , Z -"i I' - V ' 'xii ",'f t 5 f f7iV"f UZ ,,A. , ,i,,. Q f.,l V,,. E A,7. l ,,,VVV A H 58 , J v V , f " S 1-f" ,'-" ' f 7:3 , , ' fi .. 1-fl' . ' t ' 'fl . I 5 , ' eff: - y s 1 Q gr ns,, i rts' f i i T ' I I 7 ' ., I, I ' mr-. H- ..ir,.. , , A., , ,,,, , A, feei f ff ag-,,-47:24 5 L.,k H-f ,,r, 4:3 f, ' f-,A Q, , K, :M ,, ,A , S V, . ..a,,,-f- M-,f , f,f,, . 4 , f , , A , ,,f, fa- A. 4 , f f f wt' Q,'1'f: ,, ' ,", 1- 'ff' f ' T V I , , , A f H ' L X f ,W I V,f. V: C VV,V it 21 VV , 7 Z"T7W""'7'f7'7""""M""" l Mgt' .w 271' J il 1,-ff af X ' - ,, ' Ai C P '2fff,,,f,,--, ' w Q , 1 f, 12 'n f Y , Z- ' 'pf ff ,, f . W 0 f f if ,J .A f I f55pv'X' 0 V . "WX ,. 1 Q fn. .5!j4.,.., V' f A as f 2 ,Z . , f 4? lv fs 1 f . it Q 1 Q1 Q4 ,, rf, '44 X ' 127 6 , flff ' , I , f W - i , M96 , f vw w , W: 3,1 I X X A ,f fy ,... ,A wg! f I VF ,f , ' l 279 i 1 . I l l l 4 w l l i l 280 v 5 2 i l w 1 Mrs. Lela Trull completed her sec- A carwash at the Chapter House proves profitable for the Dean's Emergency ond year as housemoth t th er a e Loan Fund. Tau Kappa Epsilon entertained at the chap- ter house, October 6, 1961. The party was a "Harry High School Swinger". The annual Bowery party was held December 8, at the chapter house. It was the pledge informal. December -19, was the date of the annual Christmas party. It was held at the chapter house, where they had a toy exchange, later contributing the gifts to an orphanage. March 51, the TKE's held a carwash at the chapter house to raise money for the Dean's Emergency Eoan Fund. They made 3550.00 to contribute. The annual Red Carnation Ball took place on the new terrace at'the chapter house, made especially for outside dances. The terrace was decorated appropriately with red carnations and backed by aihuge back drop which displayed the Tau Kappa Epsilon Crest in color against a white background. The side yard was decorated with a spraying colored fountain. Tau Kappa Epsilon House. The fraternity takes part in collecting for the Heart Fund Drive, the March of Dimes and the Salvation Army. They also participate in intra- mural sports, the Annual Singing Bee, and Schol- arship competition. Gamma Phi Chapter established September 1, 1951 ' K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Tau Kappa Epsilon Social Fraternity founded January 10, 1899 Illinois Wesleyan University Bloomington, Illinois Elected Officers president . ........ Willard Elledge vice-president . ...... . . Ted Eberle secretary . . Galen Weick treasurer . . . Larry Reiser pledge trainer . . Dick Barnes historian . . . . . 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Buntner Frances Burdette Brenda Burford Maridel Burke Robert Burns James Burshears Barbara Bush Sandy Buss Ronald Butts Denny Callender Michall Carberry Mary Carlsen Carla Carr Camille Castle Jeanne Caywood Jules Chargois Anna Orene Childers Ik Sing Chiu Linda Christ Robert Christiansen Connie Christopher Jean lone Clark Ken Lloyd Clark Mishki Clark Norma Clayton Valera Clayton Sally Clerico f wa.-4 -my, , fn fy 4 , r a!" ' z, f 1 ' 'gi 5,3 gf P ,.,, f r',1,,Q, Q rJri. J 4,1-aw , , , f f f f ,. , 23' '-" M-ui , Ml , ffl 'if I i V A 12 it X f 5, ,S ,, 'R if A, Ky A E sa, A W, ,,,, ,A xx Lx 3 fa "' K wif uf I We ,M-fi ,I " Y f 74 'H ' M V 1 J 0, - .ig ' LT, ', hfA,.. . A ow we W 0' , J f ,,,,, f - V 1 - .. , b 'Maia ,V ' .mgmiyi I f A sw-,me N -4 w ., -mmf ya . 's 81412123 23? 1 ' 5 -. -5: 2 'mr V ' ., 285 286 rf mf! 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Badders, Juanita Bagg, James Bahr, Gene Bahr, Roland Bailey, James Bailey, Michel Bain, Janice Bain, Roberta Bair, David Baird, Barbara Baker Barbara Baker Dennis Baker, Helen Baker, Janice Baker, Lynn 212, 186, 221, 202, 203, 257, 208 269, 277, 2 212 251 232 233 208 212 222 241, 251 254 242 279 273 233, 244 277 273, 273, 204, 279, 273, 273, 273, 204 234 209 249, 247, 320 300 267 312 263 312 300 320 320 284 312 320 312 312 284 300 320 312 320 312 312 300 265 300 269 320 300 300 320 335 284 284 312 320 284 300 312 256 204 284 284 300 222 284 261 284 320 3 2 3 0 212 300 312 312 252 312 300 284 300 300 312 320 284 242 300 312 312 312 267 265 261 312 269 312 300 320 300 320 300 284 320 284 320 284 284 284 320 300 Baker, Marilyn Baker, Russell Baldwin, Yvonne Baldwin, Roberta Bales, Reggie Ball, Robert Balsley, Edward Banks, Donna Bannister, William Barker, Elin Barker, Barker Barnes Loydean Lyle Brenda Barnes: Judith Barnes, Richard Barnhart, Janet Barrett, Patricia Barron, Lovara Barrons, Carolyn Barrow,' Marion Bartak, Duane Bartel, Ronald Bartels, Joe Bartlett, Barbara Bartley, Edwin Bartley, Joyce Batman, Harold Bauck, Melvin Baughn, Harold Baxter, Royce Baysinger, Sharon Beam, Betty Beam, Larry Bean, Donald Beard, Jewell Beard, Clyde Beard, Elgie Beard, Suzie Beattie, Richard Bechtel, Georgia Beck, Charles Becker, Sheryl Beckner, Janet Beckner, Karen Beecher, Connie Bell, Carol Bell, Donna Bell, Robert Bender, Larry Bennett, Joyce Bennett, Sharon Benortham, Robert Bergatrom, Brenda Berger, Sue Bernhardt, Patricia Berry, Mary Berry, William Berschauer, Phyllis Bethell, Carol Betsworth, Sharon Beunett, Camie Beyer, Eugene Beyer, Robert Bigelow, Janice Biggs, Sharon Birkholz, Judith Bisoni, David Blackford, Violet Blackledge, Leroy Blakey, Janis Blaufuss, William Bliss, Sharla Blundell, Barbara Bobski, James Bodwell, Donna , Boes, Lorita Bogle, John Boline, Duane Boline, Patricia Boling, Barry Boling, Beverly Bollinger, Diana Bollinger, Marsha Bolte, Glenda Bomgen, Michelle Bonacci, Louis Bond, Sylvia Bondurant, William Bonine, Sherry Boothe, Reginald 208, 2 INDEX 2111 212, 205, 259, 205, 229, 230, 09, 273, 253 279 253 281, 254 211, 273, 267, 214, 281, 209, 279, 245, 279, 218, 249, 269, 257, 250, 209, 273 3 254, 209, 273, 210, 242 275, 232, 256 s 210, 204, 248, 246, 234, 253 256 9 5 3 9 321 312 204 300 312 284 222 284 257 284 243 320 320 284 312 206 284 320 269 312 233 284 312 320 320 320 284 320 300 320 300 312 312 208 300 300 269 284 320 320 300 263 259 284 241 312 244 257 300 242 284 320 249 312 312 300 300 284 312 312 284 300 312 312 284 300 300 300 320 320 313 320 300 313 320 233 284 320 320 300 225 284 253 284 284 284 313 300 284 284 Borgelt, Lana Borgen, Michelle Bornschein, Freda Bowlby, Rebecca Boyd, Deanna Boyd, Terry Brammell, Patsy Brammer, Janet Brand, Felix Brandenburg, Martha Bratton, Sue Breneman, Carol Briggs, Kenneth Briggs, Madeline Brimmer, Judith Brinkman, Janice Brinkman, Rosalie Bristol, Frederic Bronaugh, Richard Brooks, Janice Brooks, Nancy Brosa, Robert Brosius, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Linda James Janet Janice John Judith Linda Neal Patricia Robert G. Robert R. Russell Ruth Brownfield, Judith Brumback, Linda 202, Bruning, Ann 205, 208, Bruning, Keith Brunkow, Loretta Brunn, Laveta Brunn, Vivian Brussow, Jeanette Bryan, Barbara Bryant, Gary Bryant, John Buchanan, Patricia Buchanan, Richard Buchanan, Sylvia Bula, Joe Bundschuh, Janeen Bundy, Marilyn Bundy, Sally Bundy, Virginia Bunter, Chas. Burdette, Frances Burenheide, Eleanor Burford, Brenda Burke, Gary Burke, Maridel Burkhart, Richard Burnett, Carolee Burnette, Clara Burns, Marie Burns, Robert Burns, Sally Burshears, James Busby, Daniel Busenitz, John Busex, Fred Bush, Barbara Bush, Janice Buss, Patricia Buss, Saundra Bussey, Fred Bussjaeger, Louis Butel, Francis Butler, Carolyn ' Button, Garth Butts, Ronald Byrne, Gary Byrne, Judy c Cady, Janice Calamo, Peter Callender, Raymond Calvert, David Campbell, Anna Campbell, Donna 5, 216, 203, 261, 257, 244 277, 203, 257, 242, 191,, 205, 257, 211, 259, 277, 250, 249, 273, 248, 209, 244, 247, 279, 218, 252, 250, 247, 275, 263, 225 249, 263 245, 279, 279, 7 9 244 245 301 245 267 284 261 246 313 205 269 301 285 320 285 301 232 284 257 248 300 285 267 320 285 285 313 285 251 204 242 256 321 321 261 301 285 320 313 301 313 285 301 243 301 313 285 301 301 285 263 301 212 321 285 285 205 254 313 285 321 242 225 320 285 320 285 321 259 313 285 301 321 285 277 301 233 301 321 285 321 321 321 257 285 313 233 265 Cantrell, Gary Carberry, Michael Carey, Eva Carlat, Wilma 208 209, Carlile, Jim Carlsen, Mary Carlson, Richard 210, Carlson, Robert Carman, Stephen Carnes, Alan Carpenter, Judith 261, Carr, Carla l 253, Carroll, Donald Carson, Rebecca 234, Carson, Robert Caruthers, Pat 218, Castle, Carolyn Castle, Janice 241, Caywood, Jeanne 245, 261, Chacon, Anita Chadwell, Linda 252, Chaffin, Bill Chaffin, Gwendolyn Chanay, Larry 301, Chang, Barbara Channon, Emma 191, Chapman, John Chargois, Jules 226, Chase, Edward Chenoweth, Virgil Childers, Anna 250, Chiu Ik Sing 241, Chrest, Jack Christ, Karen Christ, Linda Christiansen, Henry Christiansen, Pat Christoperh, Connie 250, Christy, James 281, Chu, Walter 208, 226, Chubb, James 212 214, Church, Phyllis Cioni, James 210, Clark, Howard 275, Clark, Jean 253, 261, Clark, Ken Clark, Larry Clark, Mishki Clark, Scott Clark, Serena Clarke, Peter 275, Clasen, Richard 277, Classen, Doris Claycamp, Carol Clayton, Norma 245, Clayton, Valera 247, Clerico, Sally 202, Clouse, Joseph Clugston, Ingrid Clum, Claudette 249, Cochran, Elmer Cochran, James 277, Coddington, Nancy 205, 247, Coffelt, Phil 279, Coffin, Roland Coker, Thomas 222, Coiner, Karen Cole, Ruth Coleman, Carol Colgan, Robert Collins, Martha 252, Collins, Shirley Colvin, Sara 269, Comas, Dee Combs, Carol 248, Commins, Judy Commins, LeRoy Commons, Monte Condit, Connie 245, Condra, Gary 226, Cone, Sandra 249, Conklin, Karen Cook, Daniel Cook, Lyla Cook, Martha Cook, Perry Cook, William Cookins, Karen Coons, Linda 212, 216, 247, Coons, Mary 313 285 313 301 321 285 321 279 301 321 321 285 211 301 301 321 248 285 285 265 263 321 250 275 321 301 321 285 321 226 285 285 321 267 285 285 313 285 313 234 321 321 '211 313 285 285 321 285 301 253 313 301 229 313 285 285 285 286 286 286 321 301 286 301 321 286 269 250 301 321 261 286 301 267 269 302 302 313 286 321 286 301 286 313 247 301 214 307 321 313 257, Cooper, Bruce Cope, Patricia Corbin, Roya Cornwell, Anna Correa, Rose Correa, Virginia Costich, Kenneth Cotton, Helen Coughlin, Donna Coulter, Mary Cour, Jerry Courtney, Karen Covey, Donna Cowan, Ted Cowley, John Cox, Carl Cox, Janet Cox, Joyce Cox, Melba Coyne, Mona Cozad, Jerry Cozad, Kenneth Crabtree, Charles Craig, Paul Craig, Sharon Crair, Jeffrey Cram, Scott Cramer, Nancy Crane, Lois Crane, Richard Crawford, Albert Crawford, Judith Criqui, Dorothy 203, 250, 210,211, 253, Criqui, Louis Crofoot, Stephen Cropp, Gloria Croucher, Delores Crouse, Archie Crow, Susan A Croxdale, Marion Croy, David Crusinbery, Lynda Culp, Michael Cunningham, Sara Curfman, Kay Curry, Nancy Curtis, Jean Curtis, Phyllis Cyrus, Leslie 234 201 d Dall, Annabeth Dall, Suzanne Dalton, Diane Dallam, Jes Dalton, Istan Dalton, Margaret Dalton, Stanley Daniel, Delbert 205, 273, Daniels, Gayle Daniels, Otis Dannenfelser, Charles Darrah, James Davids, Gayle Davidson, Wendell Davies, Thomas Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis 9 Davis, Davis 7 Davis, Anita Duane Clyde Evelyn Gwendolyn Jack Nancy C. Nancy L. Sandra Dawe, Mary 203, 233, Dawson, Phyllis Day, Robert Deatz, Judith Debord, Frank Debross, Judith Debus, Donna Decker, Carol Deering, Sharon Dees, David Degraffenreid, Paul Dehaven, Robert Demos, John Dennis, Jacqueline Dent, Charles 203, 204, 234, 277, 246, 252, 254, 232, 277, 265, 241, 254, 234, 286, 250, 263, 279, 214 9 275, 279, 218, 244, 233, 225, 263, 244, 256, 257, 257, 249, 218 209, 277, 225, 277, 251, 245, 265, 250, 212, 247, 253, 242, 281, 281, 241, 301 286 286 206 286 263 313 243 301 286 321 204 321 321 313 321 301 286 313 322 286 322 222 313 202 313 301 322 286 313 322 313 322 286 256 301 286 286 261 313 286 302 286 230 286 322 322 269 250 286 267 302 204 286 252 222 322 241 313 322 322 286 322 302 286 302 322 302 286 206 250 322 286 286 302 286 263 322 186 286 286 286 322 203 214 313 286 257 Denton, John Denton, Melinda Deschner, Deschner, Deshazer, Deshazer, Marcia Richard Lyndia William Detlefson, Janice Detter, Ruth Dettoff, Nora DeuBois, Loretta Devore, Jacqueline Deweese, Deweese, Harold Thomas Deyo, Sharon Deyoung, Janet Dick, John Dickson, Betty Dieker, Linda Dieker, Richard Dill, Kenneth Dillard Dillingham, Janice Dillingham, Nancy Dirks, Judith Divel, Gary Dixon, Kaye Dobbins, Loyd Dody, James Doleky, Jerome Doll, Mary Dolsky, Jerome Dominick, Betty Domitz, Gary Donahue, Marlene Donovan, Caroline Dorst, Robert Dougherty, Donald 209, 208 Doughty, Benny 210, 211, Downey, James Downey, Terry Dozier, Suzie Drake, Gary Dreasher, Lloyd Driver, Howard 214, Drummond, Marilyn Dubois, Kenneth Dubois, Louetta Dudley, Joe Duff, Sandra Duffin, Darryl Duggan, Mary Dumcum, Jack Duncan, Claudia Duncan, Donald Duncan, Elaine Duncan, Patricia Duncan, Philip Duncan, Robert Dunning, Carolyn Duran, Robert Dutton, Leroy Dutton, Janice Duy, Delbert Dyer, Jerry C Eales, Lindy Ealy, Ann Early, Cheryl Eastman, Thomas Eaton, Eddie Eaton, N Ofma Eberle, Theodore Edmunds Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, on, Lynda Anita Catherine Patricia A. Patricia S Sherrie Vonda William Eggert, Carla Egglesten, Patricia Eidman, Gene Eidman, Morris Eikermann, William Eilert, Edwin Eis, Dale Eisele, Robert Eitel, Gay 205, 222, 232, 281, 245, 279, 218, 209, 191, 281, 233, 252, 275, 24L 272 218, 275, 277, 279, 225, 246, 24L 250, 232, 279, 279, 208, 279, 251, 244, 257, 281, 186, 247, 245, 2524, 273, 5 281 249, 313 286 263 313 302 302 302 248 302 322 313 313 314 267 302 314 314 302 335 212 256 302 302 261 '314 302 322 322 225 302 314 302 286 302 233 222 314 314 233 302 261 322 322 322 263 287 322 287 287 257 287 322 302 287 322 314 233 314 302 322 322 269 302 322 287 287 267 287 322 202 314 249 314 287 287 248 287 302 322 287 246 191 322 302 185 322 302 287 Eklund, Jennie Eldridge, David Elledge, Willard Elliott, Alvin Elliott, Glenda Ellis, Sonia Emley, Carolee Emory, William Emswiler, Thomas Engbretson, Gustov Engel, Robert Engler, Judith Ensha, Farideh Ensminger, Carole Ensminger, Larry Erbes, Karen Estes, Gary Eubanks, Nikki Euler, Robert Evans, Charles Evans, Margie Evans, Paul Evenson, Marian Everhart, Charles Ewing, James f Fager, Grace Fairbanks, Ann Fall, Judith Fankhauser, Dina Farley, Austin Farney, Linda Farnsworth, Terry Farnsworth, Marilea Farr, Donald Farris, Glenda Favrow, William Fellers, Robert Fellingham, Pamela Feltner, Sherry Ferguson, Patricia Ferguson, Twila Ferrell, Clifford Ferris, Carol Fieser, Loretta Fillmore, Betty . Fillmore, Darrel Fish, Johnnie Fisher, Robert Fitzpatrick, Donna Fitzwater, Mary Fitzwater, Royanna Flater, Marvin Fleagle, Mary Fleeman, Donald Flentje, Henry Fletcher, Nancy Flook, Roy Florance, Nadine Fogle, Bennie Foos, Frances Forbeck, Connie Fordham, Monroe Foreman, Charles Forester, Diane Forrester, Davld Forrester, Roger Foster, Kathleen Foster, Larry Fountain, Evelyn Fowler, Thomas 191, 202, Fox, Charlotte Fox, Esther Fox, Janet Fox, Mary Fracol Frankum, Lynda Frazier, Paula Frederick, Linda Frederick, Sharon Freeby, Leonard Freeman, Kay Freeman, Larry Freidline, Mary French, David French, David French, Donald French, John Fretz, Michael 21L 203, 212, 245 277 209, 281 257 249 225,273 186,267 3 9 9 9 9 9 9 279, 19L 281 248 251 203,204 279 9 216, 257 7 9 9 9 9 2 79, 251 9 254, 263, 253 3 243, 279 242 230, 208, 211 232, 281 234 9 246: 249 9 9 9 3 249, 209 212, 216 221 214, 221 9 9 9 279, 265, 218, 261 275, 246, 225 9 9 234,246, 256, 279, 273, 1 287 322 314 287 254 287 302 314 225 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Mary' Giger, Kenneth Gilbert, Duane Gilbert, Joyce Gilkinson, Mary Gillespie, Jacquelin Gillespie, Nancy Gilley, Bonitta Gilstrap, Raymond Gimple, Glenn Girard, Florine Gislar, Lex Glasgow, Barbara Glaysher, Francis Gleason, Joseph Glotta, Donna Goble, Stanley Gockel, Curt Godbout, Ronald Goering, Roma Goldsberry, Sally Goldsmith, Jerry Goddell, Lynn Goodin, Sue Goodrich, Marcus Gordon, Jane Grace, Karen Graff, Gloria Gragg, Saundra Graham, Arnold Grainger, Linda Grant, Jerry Grantz, Janet Gray, Carolyn Gray, Fern Gray, Greco, Green Green, Green, Green 7 Green, Patricia Rose Charles J wiv Lani Nancy Roger 21Q 20i 271 22L 233 246, 250, 275, 203, 257 9 271 26L 28L 250, 271 25L 19L 28h 271 25L 251 271 281, 275, 24L 210, 246, 273, 273, 279, 263, 248, 254, 277, 251 253, 254, 218, 185, 314 303 288 335 323 314 314 303 323 269 288 303 288 209 303 288 206 288 303 222 261 288 303 303 303 288 288 323 288 267 314 265 323 263 303 323 '314 303 265 323 261 323 202 323 288 303 323 323 314 263 323 288 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Harbaugh, Judy Harbison, Margaret Hardesty, Ann Hare, Darrell Harkness, Darrell Harland, Janice Harlan, Timothy Harold, Norbert Harp, Daniel Harper, Robert Harris, Carolyn Harris Merle Harris, Dan Harris, Nona Harris, Rosemary Harrison, Jerold Harrison, Judith Harrod, Charles Hart, Ruth Harter, Donald Harter, James Hartshorn, Kathryn Harvey, Joyce Hastert, Vernon Hastings, Robert Harch, Albert Hatcher, Betty Hattaway, Ruth Hatz, Kaye Hatz, Larry Hauschild, Barbara 336 202, 254, 05, 233, 221, 205, 230, 225, 281 203, 243 185, 247, 244, 241, 253, 249, 204, 247, 277, 218, 263, 222, 212, 275, 254, 273, 253, 243, 250, 253, 247, 279, 247, 211, 246, 273, 218, 251, 247, 273, 205, 233, 279, 279, 205, 1 1 303 303 303 314 288 288 185 186 214 288 323 288 241 288 202 303 323 288 252 288 315 288 288 303 288 323 zss 303 323 315 233 234 323 315 315 288 323 315 323 323 214 303 303 288 265 315 222 288 288 288 225 289 324 214 289 289 222 289 324 289 324 31 5 289 303 303 211 303 289 315 304 289 289 289 289 324 324 324 214 267 304 315 324 304 304 324 265 289 289 Hawk, Margaret Hawkins, Phyllis Hawks, Margaret Havis, Vernon Haxton, Ronald Hayashi, Russ Hayes, Michael 186, Hayes, Samuel 185, 186, 208, Hays, Roger Hayselden, Thomas Heagerty, Sammie Heath, Sandra Heackendorn, Judi Hefling, Joel Hefner, Janet Heger, Sharon Heidner, Sharon Heitman, Barbara Heitman, Gene Hellbaum, Richard Hellmer, Kathleen Hellmer, Mary Helmer, Sharon Henderson, Richard Hendrickson, Mary Hendrickson, Suzanne Hendrickson, Wayne Hernandez, Tony Herrs, Rodney Hertel, Barbara Herthel, Douglas Herzog, Carole Hettinger, Patricia Hickerson, Dean Hicks, Linnie Hicks, Sharon Higbee, Anita High, Kay Hill, Carl Hill, James L. Hill, James W. Hill, Joann Hill, Peggy Hillard, Judy Hillman, Cynthia I-Iimpel, Cecile Himpel, Donna Hind, Karen Hind, Steven Hinerman, Cordelia Hinkle, Barbara Hinkle, Barry Hinkle, Janice Hoag, Eleanor Hobbs, Harold Hobelmann, Deanna Hobson, Carol Hodges, Sandra Hoecker, Marilyn Hoffman, Larry Hogan, Kevin Hogan, John Hokanson, Sherry Holland, Shirley Holliday, Janet Hollis, Frances Holm, Diann Holmes, Bruce Holmgren, Ann Holt, Linda Holt, Micky Holub, Adolph Holzrichter, Judy Homolka, Beverly Hon, Michael Honish, Frank Hooper, Jimmie Hooper, Robert Hopkins, Elvy Hopper, Robert Horn, Kent Horn, Rick Horst, Gordon Horst, Sharon Hose, Martha Hostetler, James Houser, Carol Housh, Dave Houston, Janet 208, 230, 259, 210, 25 2 59, 9, 234 273, 273 248, 254 277 210 281 9 233, 230, 279, 230, 257, 253, 241, 257, 247, 269, 277 211, 241, 265, 253, 242, 243, 249, 241, 254, 252, 273, 273, 243 9 209, 247, 230,, 221, 257, 261, 273, 1 1 5 9 7 289 315 247 204 324 304 222 324 324 315 304 315 289 304 212 289 304 267 324 211 324 315 233 244 315 261 261 324 304 304 315 289 289 289 289 269 289 315 265 304 304 324 315 304 248 289 289 289 263 289 289 265 304 246 225 204 315 289 289 263 324 324 304 254 304 324 324 254 256 259 246 261 324 289 233 289 226 315 289 324 315 324 304 289 304 304 265 289 315 304 269 Howard, Barbara Howard, Clare Howell, James Howell, Linda Howell, Thomas Hsu, Constance Houston, Roy Hsu, Grace Hubbard, Marjean Huddlestun, Henry Hudspeth, Christie Huff, Carol Hughbanks, Jerrie Hughes, Bonnie Hughes, Douglas Hughey, Darryl Hull, James 211 Hull, Jeanne Hull, Patricia Humiston, Robert Humphries, Linda Hundley, Harvey Hunt, Carolyn Hunt, Diane Hunt, Judith Hunter, Janet Hurd, Ula Hurn, Kent Hurtig, Janice Huston, Norma Hutchens, Janet Hutchins, Mary Huth, Gary Hutton, Barbara Hystrom, Rosetta i Ige, Phyllis liams, Joan ImMasche, Ann Ingemanson, Karen Ingerson, Barbara Inman, Wilma Ireland, James Ireland Irey, Marvin Irwin, Irwin, Irwin, Irwin Irwin 3 D Dennis Donald Donna Richard Roger Isaac, Erna Isaac, Miriam Isaacson, Carolyn Isenhower, Betty Ishihara, Peter 245, 191, 186, Ishikawa, Mary Itokazu, David i Jacks, Norma Jackson, Jacqueline Jacobson, John Jacques, Diane Jafari, Enayatollah Jarvis, Peggy Jefferies, Roanne Jeffery, Karen Jemison, Martha Jenisch, Daniel Jenkins, Beverly Jensen, Ronald Jernberg, William Jilg, Annetta Jimison, Conrad Jochems, Terry Johannsen, Shirley Johnson, Barbara 191, 205, Johnson, Carol Johnson, Charles Johnson, Dale Johnson, Donna Johnson, Frances Johnson, James Johnson, Jeanette Johnson, Jim Johnson, John Johnson, Joyce Johnson, Karen Johnson, Kathryn Johnson, Kaye 221, 211, 233, 249, 273, 273, 254, 247, 250, 277, 252, 261, 241, 315, 261, 246, 230, 248, 241, 269, 251, 221, 244, 185, 254, 221, 202, 252, 252, 257, 232, 245, 209, 275, 241, 251, 277, 247, 205, 253, 259, 324 304 275 249 315 206 324 206 304 304 304 289 315 265 289 304 304 289 290 225 290 304 290 290 290 324 324 279 315 324 250 269 315 246 304 246 290 267 290 290 290 324 304 324 324 273 304 324 186 324 304 253 304 324 290 315 267 243 290 290 256 261 263 290 205 324 249 290 225 248 324 325 304 315 305 305 290 290 250 315 245 290 290 290 305 290 261 Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, on, on, on, on On, OH, Oh, 011, On, on, on, On, 011, OH, on, Lyle Margaret Marilyn Mary Patsy Richard Ronald Sharon Sherry Timothy Vicki Jeannette Wayne ton, Phillip tone, Albert Angie Bonnie Dennis Donna Jim Jones, James K. Jones, James L. Jones, Jo Ann Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones Karen Nancy Richard Robert Terry Jones: Wilbur Kenneth 209, Marlene 204, Jordan, David Jordan, Donald Jordan, Marjory Sharon Jordan, Jost, ,Donna Q Joyner, Carolyn Junghans, Steve Justus, Dolores k Kaiser, James Kallail, Kaye Kalmar, Herbert Kaltenbach, Carey Kasselman, Ralph Kasselman, Robert Kaufman, Charles Kaumeheiwa, Sarah Kawamoto, Roy Keahey, Kent Keegan, Marilyn Keeler, Joyce Keith, Loyde Keller, Tom Kelly, Barbara Kemp, Virginia Kent, Barbara Kent, Judith Kent, Patricia Kephart, Steven Kern, Karen Kerr, Mary Kerr, Rebecca Kesinger, Laverna Kester, Patricia Kettler, Paul Khan, Rafiquzzaman Khan, Sanjar Khaoneum, Praneet Khilji, Mohammad Khongkhakul, Victor Kiefer, Patricia Kiefer, Pat Kile, David Killingsworth, Ramona Killion, Sharon Kilts, Patricia Kilts, Paul Kimple, Stephen Kinast, Marilyn King,'Bonnie King, Karen Kingsbury, Donna 'Kinzer, Gary Kircher, Linda Kircher, Paul Kirk, Norman Kirkbride, Patricia Kirkpatrick, Janice Klassen, Kenneth 214, 230, 202, 256, 259, 234, 254, 216, 208, 233 230 226, 214, 230, 202, 222, 256, 290, 249, 250, 214, 250, 214, 273, 227, 305, 261, 256, 241, 242, 242, 263, 257, 259, 273, 246, 275, 275, 244, 252, 281, 245, 205, 248, 247, 227, 250, 205, 279 7 252, 248, 222 279 9 315 315 305 205 289 325 325 315 206 325 290 257 269 290 315 325 315 265 263 325 249 379 315 203 245 305 316 325 290 290 325 316 325 290 316 290 290 290 241 257 267 257 257 290 316 211 290 316 325 290 290 290 316 305 250 218 316 290 290 316 243 291 305 291 316 335 226 226 226 335 291 261 316 316 261 316 316 325 291 291 291 265 325 305 305 305 316 243 273 251, 292 306 Klaus, Phyllis Klein, Noel Klem, Caroline Kletchka, Wayne Kliewer, Herald Knipp, Larry Knopfke, Frederick Koch, John Koegeboehn, Larry Koehler, Larry Koehler, Philip Koehn, Clifford Kohler, Nadine Kong, Sivone Korte, Simon Koslowsky, Sharon Kosmer, Sondra Kramer, Carolyn Kramer, Patricia Krehbiel, Karen Krehbiel, Lynn Krieg, Anna Kruger, Priscilla Kuehnhoff, Dale Kuhns, Karen Kunkel, Dorothy Kunkel, Wilbur Kuntz, William I , Lackey, Patricia Lady, James Lagalle, Letha Lallier, Leland Lambert, Mary Lambring, Donald Lamprecht, Curtis Landis, Lynn Landis, Linda Landwehr, Edwin Lane, Frances Lane, Lila Langteau, Jeannine Larmer, Larry Larsen, Kay Larson, Lynne Lattimore, Lovelle Lattin, Linda Laubhan, Glenn Laubhan, Richard Lawler, Ruth Lawrence, Edward Lawrence, Karen Lawson, Harold Laymond, Beverly Leake, Mary Leasure, Joanne Leasure, Linda Ledgerwood, Billy Lee, David Lee, Mary Leemasters, Bonnie Leeds, Raymond Leeper, Phillip Leffler, Darryl Leininger, Judith Leinmiller, Carol Lemasters, Bonnie Leonard, Audrey Leroy, Robert Leslie, Karen Lesovsky, Suzanne Levick, Larry Levret, Ruthann Lewis, Beatrice Lewis, Betty Lewis, Janette Lewis, Nadine Lichtenhan, Gerald Lichty, Richard Lickteig, David Lietzke, Ed Lightcap, Linda Lind, Derald Lindahl, Donald Lindamood, Barbara Link, Richard Lipp, Steven Lister, Dee Litchfield, Lucretia 208, 277, 208, 214, 226, 249, 242, 248, 243, 252, 245, 229, 212, 216, 275, 203, 269, 267, 230, 230, 230, 261, 232, 243, 257, 273, 247, 273, 247, 248, 233 251, 230 279, 256 233 273 279, 243 254 5 9 251 234 291 305 325 211 325 316 210 230 316 291 325 247 291 291 305 305 291 291 291 269 291 316 305 291 291 202 233 269 305 245 325 335 325 305 316 252 291 291 325 316 186 291 263 316 305 316 291 305 316 269 325 248 316 291 269 291 325 291 247 325 325 305 316 244 291 265 325 267 291 305 248 305 269 291 325 316 291 305 316 305 335 316 305 316 291 291 291 Littell, Ramon Livengood, Joyce Livingston, Barbara Locher, Marlene Lockert, Linda Lockhart, Vicki Loebel, Bill Loepp, Bobbie Lohrenz, Caroline Lohrenz, Catherine Long, Fred Long, Gary Long, Gordon Long, Jerelean Long, Melva Long, Richard Longhofer, Pat Loop, Donna Lorenz, Rex Lorenz, Wanda Lostutter, Judy Loudenslager, Sondr Lounsbury, Linda Loux, Mary Lowenstein, Jerome Lucas, Connie Lucas, Marcia Ludwig, Sandra Luginsland, Frances Lund, Linda Lunday, Helen Lusk, James Lusk, Patricia Lutz, Mary Lybarger, Larry Lynch, Lawrence Lynch, Leonard Lynn, Julia Lynn, Sharon Lysell, Frank rn Mabry, Sandra Mac, Samson Macklin, John Madden, Barbara Maddox, Mary Maddox, Martha Maechtlen, Beverly Mahaffey, Karen 'Mahari, Janet Mahar, Marcia Maher, Mary Mahon, Mary Mainey,TJoe Major, James Malone, Terri Maninger, Suellen Manning, Carol Manning, Gene Manning, John Manning, Winston Manwarren, Verl Maple, Waynetta Marcellus, Marilee Markley, Jenelle Marks, Richard Marsh, Phillis Marshall, Elaine Martin, Ellen Martin, Joyce Martin, Judith A. Martin, Judith J. Martin, Kathe Martin, Kay Martin, Martha Martin, Mary E. Martin, Mary J. Martin, Nancy Martin, Sandra Martin, Sharon Martin, Thomas Martindale, Robert Martonosi, Leo Mason, Jerry Mason, Walter Mathews, Carolyn Mathias, Sandra Marne, Marne, Elizabeth Maurice Mattingly, Beth 3 218, 186, 209, 208, 202, 233 186, 208, 259, 252, 205, 246, 246, 277, 273,, 273, 209, 277, 242, 254, 242 7 249, 248, 253, 254, 247, 259, 225, 248, 205, 212, 234, 233, 209, 203, 245, 279, 256, 242, 205, 203 248, 216 254 259, 279, 191, 250, 277, 203, 9 7 305 316 263 291 291 291 316 291 251 291 305 316 325 316 263 325 291 291 325 325 305 245 292 292 233 292 292 305 292 292 269 325 325 263 316 325 325 305 292 316 269 326 317 306 265 202 263 306 306 306 326 267 317 233 292 292 326 326 292 326 292 292 306 292 306 306 261 292 254 317 317 292 306 205 267 248 306 234 306 256 292 257 326 265 292 292 326 241 May, Duane May, Janice Mayall, Mary Mayfield, Sharon McAdoo, Vicki McCabe, Leta McCaffery, Michael McCall, Larry McCallum, Dennis McCart, Virginia McClanahan, Barbara McClure, June McCorkle, Ardean McCoy, Tom McCulley, Dean McCullough, Karen McCullough, Don McCullum, Margaret McCune, Lynda McCurry, James McCurry, Sharon McDonald, James McDonald, Larry McDonald, Sally McElfresh, Eleanor McFadden, Kathleen McFarland, Janice McFarlane, Joseph McGaughey, Pamela McGee, Carol McGill, Rita McGowan, Judy McGraw, William McGuffey, Mary McHenry, Merril Mclntire, Barbara McKain, Virginia 203, 232, McKanna, Dona McKay, Rita McKay, Wanda McKee, John McKee, Joyce McKenzie, Charlotte McKernan, Mary 205, 233, McKinley, Maxine McKinney, Robert McKnab, Paul McManus, Ronnie McMaster, Rodney McMillan, Betty McMurphey, Mildred McMurray, Howard McNemee, Gale McNitt, Sharon McPhail, Gerald McQueen, Connie McRill, Gary McTaggart, Elizabeth McTaggart, Linda Means, Charlene Mee, Trudi Meekins, Patricia Mehl, Robert Meis, Dennis Melcher, Ruth Melly, James Mendenhall, Jollene Menzies, Kermit Merrifield, Harold Merritt, Ann Mersmann, Mark Merz, Robert Mesen, Margarita Messick, Nancy Metz, Thomas Meyer, Anne Meyer, James Meyer, Raymond Meyer, Ronald Meyers, Lorey Meyers, Roy Middleton, Eleanor Middleton, James Mikow, John Milford, Harold Miller, Donna M. Miller, Donna R. Miller, Karen Miller, Kent Miller, Marcia 214 9 25 1, 247, 245, 273, 254, 205, 212, 273, 275 249 259, 222, 249, 246, 2 59, 233, 191, 242, 186, 263, 252, 248, 273, 244, 185, 275, 246, 281, 232, 279, 232, 233, 203 208, 249, 277, 214, 212, 252, 9 9 306 292 292 326 292 261 316 325 305 292 317 263 305 305 305 292 22 1 242 265 317 325 203 325 263 326 -305 245 221 292 261 269 206 292 317 306 306 202, 326 306 292 317 249 292 265 267 206 187 222 306 222 317 214 256 246 292 317 317 225 269 326 292 292 317 326 233 317 326 306 326 267 317 256 226 292 233 292 221 257 292 306 214 306 292 292 326 326 317 326 225 292 Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, AMiller, Miller, Miller Marilyn Mary Nancy Philip Richard Robert Rochelle Sandra Mills, 'Aiice Mills, Joyce Milner, Billy Minnis, Jo Minor, Jan Minton, Clark Mitchell, Bonnie Mitchell, Nedra Mitchell, Roger Mitchell, Sharon Mixer, Jack Moffit, Mary Moffitt, Frank Mohr, Bart Mohr, Beth Moore, Dorothy Moore, Maxine Moore, Richard D. Moore, Richard L. Moorhouse, Kathleen Moos, Patricia Moran, Gail Mordica, James Moreland, Everett Moreland, Frances Moreland, Paul Morgan, Gail Morgan, Gwen Morgison, Edward Morlok, Cheryl Morris, Carol Morris, John Morris, Manuel Morris, Robert Morrisey, Patricia Morrissette, Sharyl Morton, Fran Morton, Dean Moser, Marcene Moskau, Judith Mossman, Earlena Mott, Philip Mowbray, Rhonda Mozingo, Rolland Mullen, Peggy Mullinax, Roger Munson, Donna Murray, Barbara Murray, Randolph Myers, Myers, Myers, Myint, ll Caroline Margo Roy Maung Nadeau, Sally Nagely, Karen Nail, Dennis Nail, Glenda Naramoto, Joyce Nation, Janice Nauerth, Verla Neal, Dean Neal, Willis Nearmyer, Opal Negley, Dianne Neill, Kathleen Neill, Robert Nellans, Mary Nelind, Stanley Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson , Dora , Cleora , Mary , Kay Neukomm, Barbara Newby, Jerry Newlin, Alfred Newman, Linda Newton, Marilyn Newton, Thomas Nichols, Diane Nichols, Judy Nichols, Lorena 205, 248, 187, 273, 205, 202, 218, 229, 234, 247, 233, 247, 265, 281, 246, 205, 2 59, 218, 210, 277, 252, 241, 273, 242, 306, 245, 279, 277, 267, 222, 275, 251, 248, 254, 263, 212, 203, 263, 257, 254, 256, 2 79, 267, 2 59, 214, 250, 250, 281, 187, 203, 253, 293 2 53 293 293 293 3 l 7 293 245 2 34 267 208 326 2 1 1 203 306 292 317 293 293 293 306 232 293 293 306 275 326 293 248 269 326 317 293 212 253 253 210 293 326 317 221 326 293 317 267 326 251 293 293 275 216 317 265 317 250 326 234 306 261 293 2 57 293 293 293 306 306 293 267 293 326 250 293 265 317 293 293 249 317 317 293 317 293 326 263 259 204 202 293 306 337 1 1 1 1 25 H 11 umm 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 11 1 1 1 T1 11 277, 251, Niedens, Leora Nigus, Donald Noel, Muriel Nolind, Stanley Northcutt, Suzanne Norton, Judith Norwood, Verl Nunns, Lloyd Nuss, James Nutt, Gladys Nuttle, Eda Nymeyer, Frederic o Oard, Kenneth Oard, Louis Obleness, Betty Oborny, William Odell, Emily Oerter, Ronald Oetinger, Ann Offen, Starlette Robb, Larry Ohlde, David Okonkwo, Christopher Old, Phyllis Oldfield, Guy 210, Oliver, Barbara Oliverson, Judith Olivier, Loretta Olson, Helen Olson, Jean Oltjenbruns, Helen Ore, Mary Orourke, Joseph Orrell, Doyle Orth, Larry Osborn, Judith Osborn, Phillip Osborne, John . 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