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Page 11 text:
Seated, first row: V.
Spaulding, J. Ulrey, M.
Hendrickson, B. Reid, S.
McKinney, C. Jacobs. K.
Venitz, J. Miner, L. Kel-
lanis, C. Neese, L. Wood.
Seated, second row: J.
Williams, B. Shuler, K.
Thompson, E. Ramsey, S.
Alldredge, J. Secrest, C.
Sunde, Marilyn Shepherd,
D. Stephenson, J. Tillett,
.l. Pritchard, P. Wengel.
P. Jones. Seated, third
row: J. Cartwright, J.
Babcock, P. Hardin, N.
Jones, S. Purkhiser, J.
Gordauier. Standing, first
row: Dr. I. George Blake.
G. Douglass, J. Kelly, T.
Gibbcns, W. Sclzeeley, R.
Paris, R. Hamilton. L. Mc-
Queen, D. Eveidon, J.
Fleener, A. Sanders,4D.
Taber, B. Schirmer, R.
Blackinon, J. Kight, H.
Pigman. Standing, second
row: R. DeTourney, G.
Swing, R. Sterling, J.
Waugaman, G. Lindsey.
D. Decker, D. Miller, A.
Davis, J. Steeves, J. Davis.
Named one of the top three clubs in the state
this year, Franklin's Young Republicans Club,
was given the chairmanship ofsthe key agricultural
committee at the convention of the Mid-West Fed-
eration.of Young Republican Clubs at Purdue in
Officers for the year were Herb Pigman, presi-
dent, Marty Hungerford, vice-pre-sidentg Kay
Venitz, secretary, and Jack Davis, treasurer.
Purdue's Home Economics Convention was the
highlight of the year for the nine members of the
Home Economics Club.
Lei by Martha, Trunnell, first semester, and
Wood Hardin, second semester, the club
toward its goal of better homemaking.
Home Euuuumlus Club
First row: Patty Wood
Hardin. Second row: Mar-
tha Trunnell. Kathleen
Mitchell, Joan Trader.
Third row: Betty Hinant
Hooker, Susan Cobb, Mrs.
Harold Hickman, adviser.
Page 10 text:
Freshman Joan Diggs presents
a caricature of the happy moron
in the 195-l version of Operation
Men of the chorus line of Opera-
lions Follies include: tleft to right?
Fred Masten. Ray DeTuurney. John
Pacala. Bill Brinkman. Lloyd Spen-
cer, Ralph Sterling. Bob Desat-
nick. and George Douglas.
The Speech Department. throughout the
year, supported by Wigs and Cues and
Theta Alpha Phi. produces two major pro-
ductions which add real glamour to the
theatrical limelight, along with the one act
plays and Operations Follies.
The fall production in 1953 was "Black
Chiffon," with Wayne Dunbar, Sarah Purk-
hiser, Lynn Wood, Jane Teeters. Ann Mul-
lendore, Fred Masten, and Jack Phelps in
Patty Hardin served as assistant direct-
or and Lee Mook was stage manager.
"Mister Angel" took the stage in the
spring to present another show for the
students by the students. The cast in-
cluded: Martha Garner, Jack Davis. Wil-
liam G. Bridges, Ann Mullendore, Judy
Ba'bcock. Carole Jacobs. Pamela Herring,
Sarah Purkhiser, Dorothy Johnson, Dan
Olijniczak, John Troyer, Carol Bristow and
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First row: John School-
er, Gael Swing. Dick .John-
son, Dave Vandivier. Sec-
ond row: Herb Rodgers.
Bill Brinkman, John
Snepp. Mac Stephans. Bill
Wertz. Third row: nudy
Barron, Ed Myers, Bob
Brown. Keith Erny. Fourth
row: Prof. Lawrence Pasel.
Prof. David Naile. Jack
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Frank1in's Economics Club seeks to foster inter-
est in theoretical and practical economics through
speakers and trips to industrial plants.
Officers were: Dick Johnson, presidentg Gael
Swing, vice-presidentg Dave Vandivier, secretaryg
John Schooler, treasurerg and Rudy Barron, pro-
Although the Spanish, Club was not active on
campus this year, its purpose is to promote Latin
American and Spanish culture.
Officers of Spanish Club, elected in the spring
ot' 1953 were: Fred Masten, presidentg Herb Pig-'
man, vice-presidentg Carolyn Gitzen, seci 'aryg
and Irene Fuchs. treasurer.
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