Friends University - Talisman Yearbook (Wichita, KS)
- Class of 1950
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is venerable in tradition . . . yet youthful
in spirit . . .-it is proud of those who have
left its halls and who have contributed
their talents toward making a better world
. . . it is deeply conscious of its continuing
responsibility to instill even higher ideals
in its present and future students so that
they may carry on the fine traditions
of the past.
Friends University has always been known as the
Hfriendly schoolf, The over-all friendliness so
common on our campus is not common to all
schoolsg neither does it arise spontaneously. The
absence of cultural, racial, and class barriers at
Friends has resulted in the creation of this com-
mendable atmosphere. Education found in such an
environment will of necessity be supplemented by
a rich social program. ,lust so, the friendship of
our college is expressed in the many social, reli-
gious, and departmental organizations. Sometimes
rivalries arise between these groups, yet generally
speaking the friendly spirit prevails.
One could hardly speak of this friendly atmosphere without at the
same time mentioning its effect upon the entire college life. School
unity is achieved mainly through this medium. The reactivated
sports program, the democratic student government, the many all-
school functions, together aid in the creation of our university
unity. Only a few years ago, the question, '4Why isn't there a
school spirit at Friends?" was commonly heard. Today, however,
we can see the beginning of a strong, active school spirit based
upon cooperation and friendship, which we believe will grow with
Upon a sunny Kansas plain,
our college towers rise high,
Her massive walls, her lofty heights
stand etched against the sky,
The morning sun iirst gilds her spire
to call to labor on,
Wlhile midst a gorgeous West she spreads
her ev'ning benison.
Vllithin her storied walls, there clings
the mem'ry of those hours,
When dreams were dreamed and visions
seen, high pointing like her towers.
And ever t,wards eternal truth
her fost'ring spirit leads
To honors high or humble toil
of lives of honest deeds.
Her sons and daughters proud are we,
and from the world's far ends,
We'l1 sing her praise with hearts that thrill
to hear the name of Friends,
Oh, Father hear her children pray
that they may all hold true,
And that their lives full nobly may
bring honor to F. U.
"Upon a sunny Kansas plain,
our college towers rise high,
Her massive walls, her lofty heights
stand etched against the skyf'
Enter to learng
Leave to serve.
DEDIC T10 . . .
ive. the class of 1951. dedicate this
book to President S. A. Yvatson. whose
cbaravter and personality have been an
inspiration to us: whose quiet manner.
timely humor, and deep wisdom have
made him admired and respected by allg
Whose entire program has been one of
advancement for Friends Unixersity.
0 R FACULTY
The Faculty of Friends University is
unique. No larger school could boast a
teaching stall equal to ours in respect to
student interest and understanding. Most fac-
ulty members at Friends seem to he interested
in each student, and what is more, in each
studenl's particular problem.
Every all-school activity is attended by at
least a few teachersg usually by a great
many. The student body appreciates these
things, and wishes to say to each faculty and
staff member, Wfhanks, for everything youive
WEYDIQLL H. ll.-XIYDLKY
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Assistant to Business Managei
BESSIE R. BAILEY
Professor of Art
CHARLES S. BALL
Assistant Professor of Bible
MAXIN E BALL
Secretary to Personnel Director
D. W. BINFORD
Financial Agent and
LLOYD H. BRADSHAW
Professor of Industrial Arts
Director of Cafeteria
Assistant to Registrar
JAMES S. COLAW
JAMES E. COLLIE, SR.
Head of Physical Education
IVA MAE COOKREAU
Secretary to President
ROBERT D. COWAN
Professor of Physics
Head of Department of English
EARL L. CRAVEN
Assistant in Physical Education
LLOYD S. CRESSMAN
Assistant Professor of Bible
Head of Biology Department
MARY RICE GREENFIELD
Assistant Professor of English
Assistant Professor of English
M. JOSEPHINE HARDY
Assistant Professor of Modern
GERHARD F. HARMS
Professor of Economics and
WILLIS II. I-IARNER
Professor of Social Studies
Assistant Professor of Biology
ELSA MAUD HAURY
Professor of Voice
GERTRUDE S. HOWARD
Head of Department of Speech
and Dramatic Art
Curator of Fellow-Reeve Museum
Professor of Music Education
Professor of Music
Head of Piano Department
Assistant Professor of Home
Head of Department of History
FRED C. MAYER
Head of Music Department
JOHN D. MILLS
Professor of Philosophy and
Director of Summer School
Assistant Professor of History
W. KEITH PARKER
Director of Work Placement and
Professor of Business Education
CAROLYN BARNETT PERRY
Secretary to Director of Wtmrk
ESSIE V. PLATT
lnstructor in Secretarial Trainin
Assistant in Personnel
llotlsemotller in East llall
E. LEE RAINES
Professor of Agriculture and
MARGARET BAIR RAINES
llead of Home Economies
CHARLES A. REACAN
llead of Matliematics Department
Assistant Professor of English
Assistant Professor of English
CASSIDY L. RIGCS
Assistant Professor of Sociology
LOWELL E. ROBERTS
Head of Bible Department
LLOYD E. ROTH
Professor of Psyrlrology and
P. DANIEL SCHULTZ
llead of Chemistry Department
ALFRED P. SMITH
KJ ERSTI SWANSON
Instructor in Mathematics
Psychometrist and Lecturer
PAULINE ZISSEL WINE
Physical Education Director
Other faculty and staff members
DOROTHY ADDY-Instructor of Organ
MINAS CHRISTIAN-Instructor of Violin
ERNEST W. CROW, M.D.-College Physician
GRETCHEN DALLEYiInstructor of Cello and
ORLANDO HARMS-Instructor of ,lournalisin
CATHERINE L0MBAR4Professor of Music
MARCELLA REEVE-Library Assistant
ALMA NOLAN SAPP-Instructor of Voice
E. R. STEGfInstructor of Wind Instruments
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Secretary ...... Muriel Binforfl
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Chapel- , Sljeame Haines
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Counselor ...... Fred C. Mayer
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nw. Presiflent . . . ..... James Baker
Shun. Vice Presirlent . . . . Roberta Evals Ensle
X "llfimlll Secretary . . . . Ardc-th Yvagner
llnbgllll' Treasurer . . . . . . Jrrycff Powers
Chapel Represenlatives . SQIOTEIIEZZURGEETZ
Cozuzselor . . . P. D. Schultz
Hay Springs. Nehraska
CHARLES WILLIAM AMICK
JAMES MARK BAKER
.IOHN SAMUEL BAKER
New Enterprise, Pennsylvania
CHARLES STEPHEN BARTEK
LEONA BIN FORD
CECIL BROWN. JR,
HLBERT BROWN. .lR.
RANDALL ERROL BROWN
RICHARD LEONARD BRILE
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.IOANNE MARIE CHASE
Elliowumls. North Dakota
WILLIAM RI-IYNOLD CROW
Ness City. Kansas
IOI IANNE DAVIS
DEETTA MAR DFIQSIZ
FRANCES DICKI NEON
NIARY JANE DUNN
VIULA .IOAN ITRDNIAN
ROBERTA REALS ENSLIQ
YIRCLINIA JEAN GIBSON
ICI LICEN CIRSICK
Crvat Bend. Kansas
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CAROLYN Rl TH HAYS
DOLORES IIQXRLOW IHRST
MOZFLL JACKSON 43.
Culrl Springs, Oklahoma
ROBERT J ENNINGS
DONNA LEE KELSEY
WEFLEY LAL TERRACII
Fiuux City. Iowa
MARY JEAN 'NIu:DONAI,D
Rini City. Kansas
R I 'TIIANNA KIARDOC IK
IIA NNAH MASON
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C LORIA PIERLE
JOYCE HADLEY POWERS
WARREN RIN ER
A RDETII YVACNER
IIax iIancI. Kansas
LARRY WA RR EN. IR.
BETTIE J. WASI IINCTON
De-rby. Kan sas
JANET SNIITII WHEELER
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SARA LGI' WIIITE
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Secrelary. . . .
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BL-Ile Plaine, Kansas
Valley Center, Kansas
I'.-XI LINE DOBROTT
SA MIIEL DURLEY
BILLIE .IO ERDMAN
LLTIIER FRED HOISTON
Cedar Vale. Kansas
CHARLES HI RBARD
ROBERT LEROY .IONE5
HERMAN MINDLINC, JR.
FREDRICK E. RAMSEY
WILLIAM IIENRY RENTIE
MARY LOU RINER
IO ANN ROSECRANTS
BEULAII MAE SCIIMIDT
RLTH MARIE SCOTT
Deer Trail, Colorado
ROBERT Sll IIEY
Glen Elder. Kansas
Medicine Lodge, Kansas
DONNA POPE THORI'
CII IARLES TSCHOPP
PAUL L. WALK
Tigers! Tigers! hear us roar
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President . . . .
IPM: Tl' Vice President . .
Imunllull Secretary . .
Chapel Representatives . . Betty Rieger
Cozuzselor ....... ........
. . Wzlyrme Moss
. . Farrell Pisar
. . Lila Mickey
. . .Jim Piggolt
MARY LVCILLE ALLRED
DEA NE BALL
Valley Center. Kansas
DEAN GILBERT CARTER
BETTY .IO CIIEYES
Sl IIRLEY CLIFT
MILDRED MARIE COOK
Silver Springs. Nlarylantl
FRANCES PAT EDENS
LAWRENCE L. EVANS
ELSIE NIAE FISHER
CHARLES II. FLETCHER
RENE A. FORRESTER
MARY EYACENE FOSTER
Platte City. Missouri
PATRICIA C EC A N
NIARJORIE EAYE CLINEY
VENETIA NI. IIINSIIAW
PATRICIA ANN IIOLSER
JACK LEE IIVEBNER
RI IBY .IOHNSTON
LOREN EUGENE JONES
MARILYN .IANE JONES
Canon City, Colorado
CLADYS ANN KEIIIINI
Kenya Colony, Africa
LELAND ARTIII II KINK
Valley Center, Kansas
ETIIEL JOY I.OYI'I"l'
W'II,I,IAM E. M1-CIILBE
GILBERT Mr-CI 'TCI l ICON
MARILYN MARDOI IK
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ESTA LOL: SMITH
Wehh City, Oklahoma
RICHARD DALE SWANEY
LLOYD H. SWINDLER
ROBERT LOUIS TYIIURST
THOMAS ALDIN WOOD
LAWRENCE ll. BELL
Economics and Business
"I am rleferrninefl every
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HLBERT JAMES BOND
THELMA D. BRAY
FLOYD BROYVN. JR.
KENNETH Cl HLD9
FERN A. DIAL
Economics and Business
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SENIOR ACTI ITIE
Business Club 1.
OTS 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Gospel Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
AKT 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 1, 2, 3,
AKT l, 2, 3, 4, SCA 3.
DPAN 3, Rush Captain 3: Black Masquers
4, President 4, Talisman Queen 4.
BAKER, ,IOYCINA DAY
IOM 1, 2, 3, 4, Rush Captain 2, President
3, Senior Representative 4, Gospel Band
1, 2, 3, 4, SCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity
Chairman 2, Singing Quakers 1, 2, Girls'
Octette 1, Cherr Carnival Queen 2: Stu-
dent Council 3, Treasurer 3, Policy Form-
ing Committee 3, Secretary 3, Outktandine
Campus Woman 3, English Department
Scholarship 3, 4, Talisman Staff 3, XVho's
DPAN 2, OTS 1, 2. 3, 4, Program Cl'a'r-
man 3, President 4.
Gospel Band 4.
SCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Program
Chairman 3, Estes Promotion Chairman 2
Conference Delegate 4, IOM 1, 2, 3, 4,
OTS 4, Class Secretary 4.
Gospel Band 2, 3, 4, SCA 1, 2, Class
President 1, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 41
Student Council 1, 3, 4, President 4,
Alumni Assn. Award 33 Who's Wfho 4.
KON 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4:
Track 2, 4, SCA 1, 2: Baseball 4, Lette'-
men's Club 2, 3. 4, V-President 4, Foot-
ball 3, 4, Intramural Sports Director 3,
Dramatic Production 1.
CAMPBELL, T. V.
AKT 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, V-President
33 ISC 4.
KON 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 1, 2, 3.
Science Club 4.
Business Club 1, 2, 3.
Gospel Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
AKT 1, 2, 3, 4, SCA 2, ISC 3.
FLEMING, ROBERT L.
Singing Quakers '37-'41, '47-'30, Pr's5d nt
'40-'41, '49-'50, Business Manager '47-'-447:
AKT '37-'41, Elizabethan Singers '39-'4'J,
'49-'50, Men's Glee Club '37-39, Male
Quartet '38-'40, Men'S Ensemble '40-'41,
Singing Quakers '41-'45, '49-'50, Student
Director '45, Elizabethan Singers '42-'43:
Girls' Triple Trio '45-'44, DPAN '42-'4s,
WAA '41-'43, Girls' Basketball '41-'45,
Gospel Band 1, 2, 3, 4, KON 1, SCA
1, 3, 4, Night watchman 3, 4.
Elizabethan Singers 4, Sinzing Quakers
3. 4, Gospel Band 3, 4, SCA 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4, Who's Who 4, Wichita Red
Feather Queen Candidate 4.
GRIST, XVALTER R.
Bookstore Board 4, President 4, Class V-
President 4, Gospel Band 3, 4, Social
Chairman 4, SCA 3. 4, WSSF Chairman
4, Tennis 3, 4.
IOM 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Class Sec'y 1,
Class Chapel Representative 4, SCA 1, 2,
3, Cherry Carnival Director 2, Dramatic
Production 2, Talisman Asso. Editor 3.
IOM 1, 2, SCA 1, 2. 3, Cherry Carnival
Director 2, Black Masquers 4, Talisman
Asso. Editor 3, Typical Friends Student 3.
HARPER, ELLEN CLARK
DPAN 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 2. President 3,
ISC 4, DPAN Alumni Scholarship 1,
XVAA 4, OTS 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary Z.
Treasurer 4, Student Council 3, 4, Alumii
Association Award 3, Class President 4.
IOM 1, 2, 31 OTS 1, 2. 3, 4, 'lreasurer
3-1 SCA 1, 2, Gospel Band 1, 2. 3: Class
Chapel Representative 1, Class Treasurer
3, Dramatic Production Manager 3.
Dramatic Productions 1, Black M3.'iQ"Cf'S
1, 22 Singing Quakers 1, 2, 3, 4, President
2, University Life Editor 3, Business Man-
ager 4, Talisman Editor 2, Wl1iv's Who 4.
IOM 4, SCIENCE CLUB 4.
Gospel Band 3, 4.
I-IUNT, EMERY XV.
Gospel Band 1, 2, 3, 4, SCA 1, Z, 3,
Class Chapel Representative 1, Class
JOLLEY, ROBERT LOUIS
KON 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Pub-
licity Chairman 3, President 4, Talisman
Business Manager and Staff 3, Achieve-
ment Scholarship 3, Chemistry Ass't 3, 4-
Track 2,3,4, Football 3,4, Basketball 2,3.
Basketball 1, 2, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Track
1, 2, Football 4, Intramural Sports Di-
rector 2, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Vice
KELLEY, CLARA NELLE
DPAN 1, 2, 3, 4.
Gospel Band 3, 4, Science Club 4.
LANDIS, ELWOOD W.
Students for Federal World Government 1,
SCA 1, University Life Staff 1, 2, Talis-
man Editor 3.
IOM 1. 2. 3, 43 Gospel Band 3, 4, OTS
1. 2, SCA 1.
SCA 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Orchestra 1. 2
3, 4, 5, President S, Ass't Mgr. 4, Sing
ing Quakers 2,3,4,5, Treas. 3.4, Bind S.
SCA 3, 4, IOM 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2,
President 4, Pep Club 2.
MARDOCK. ROBERT L.
Science Club 4, Univei'sity Scholarship 3,
Achievement Assistantship 4.
SCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, Sing-
ing Quakers 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4.
Football 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track
1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1. 4: Lettermen's Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, KON l, 4, Cherry
Carnival King 1.
NEWLIN, NADA JUNE
Gospel Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Chairman
4, Dorm President 4.
NEXVLIN, WAYNE E.
Gospel Band 2. 3, 4, Class Representative
3, 4, SCA 3,
ONUKAOGU. GABRIEL U. A
Science Club 4, Director ot Chemistry 4:
Singing Quakers 1, 2, 3, 4, DPAN I, Z
3,1 V-President 3, 4, XVAA 1, Business
Dramatic Productions, Golf 3.
SCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. Treasurer 4:
Agriculture Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer
4, Dorm Council 3.
PICKERING, MERCEDES XWHITE
IOM 1, Z, 3, 4, ISC 4, SCA 1, Orches-
tra 2, 3.
Gospel Band 1, Z, 3, 4.
SMITH, EMERSON, JR.
AKT 2, 3, 4, Rush Captain 3, Secretary 3
President 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Bookstore
Board 4, V-President 4, Book Busi-
ness Mgr. 4: Achievement Assistantship 4,
Lettermen's Club 3,4, Student Council 4.
Football 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letter-
men's Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3.
SMITH, NORVAL D.
Order of the Tower Scholarship 1 , SCA 1 '
Gospel Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Book Edi-
tor 4, University Life Staff 1, 2, Honor
Roll 1, 2, 3, 4.
Museum Mural Painting
STRUTHERS, JOHN XV.
KON 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Direitor
of Astronomy and Geology 4, Business
XVAMSLEY, NORMA BOYD
IOM 1, 2, 3: Singing Quakers 1, 2, 3'
Class Chapel Representative 3: Girls' Sep-
Business Club 1, 2, 3, KON 3, 4, Treas-
IRC 3, SCA 3.
Graduating Seniors who are not pictured:
CHARLES BALL-Bible LIEURENZO MCDONALD--Economics and Business
CECIL M. BROWN-Public Sciifmi Music Adminmfauon
EDWARD CRU1-CHERYHistm,y KENNETH PENNINCTON--Applied Music
CHARLES ELLIOTT--Psychology and Education FERN RITTER-Education and Psychology
MARVIN ELLISfHi5l0ry ERNEST SMITH-Health and Physical Education
PAYE JOHNSON-Psychology and Education CLADYS STUMPF-English
JIMMY MEANS4Health and Physical Education FRANKLIN TURKLE-Psychology
Top row' Kermit Capps, Cecil C ' R l
. , . a1'te1. o lert Brown, Samuel Durley. Larry Edwards, llarold French, Duane Cale.
Second row: Stanley Gale, William Hurst. Bob Jacobs, Robert Jolley. Willard Kiser, Lowell Lygrisse, Gene
McClure. Third row: Gilbert McCutchen. John Mall, Paul Martinson, Dan Ohlerking, Richard Paulin. Floytl
Price, Howard Rowlee. Bottom row: John Struthers, Victor Sullivan, Charles Tschopp, Howard Ward, Don
Williams, Paul Winchell, Philip Nagley. faculty sponsor.
PLEDGES-Seated: La Verne Putnam Bob Jacobs.
Cilhett McCutchen, Larry Edwards, ljan Ohlerking.
Standing: John Mall, William McClure. I.owell Lygrisse.
KAPPA OMEGA NU
Time marches on . . . and time well spent in
Kappa Omega Nu. As fellow Koinonians lrlance
back over these pages in years to come they'll want
to remember important and exciting things that
I . . ,
iappened IhlS year. lt isnt necessary to list all the
honors won by our brothers. nor is it possible to list
all the thrill of fellowship and good times but those
new members who cast their lots with KON will
remember Steffenis llostess Room . . . Camp Hyde,
a d l ' '
n aong with these all members wlll remember
the Christmas Party . . . the Caroling Party with
our sisters . . . and the many stags, yes. those at
Kisers' farm . . . the bang-up intramural basketball
games. Then along came second semester and the
wonderful Valentine Dinner at Dr0ll's . . . Canoe
parties . . . Dinner meetings . . . Cherry Carnival
ing Jolley . . . and last but not least the gala
Formal at the Shirkmere Hotel. It has been
an eventful year . . . and a happy one . . . one which
fulfilled the purpose of KON in Brotherhood, Schol-
arship and Loyalty.
Then in the days when our paths may part
Tha' troubles test us, bring pain to our heart,
The spirit of Kappa Omega Nu,
Will still be with as to carry us through.
Vice President .
Secretary . . . .
Treasurer . . . .
. . Bill Hursl
. Floyd Price
. Stanley Gale
Top row: ,loycinu Baker. Muriel Binlorcl, Tllflllllil liraty. lloris liarlwell. Settoixtl Ron:
johannv Davis. Delittu Deesc. Rohfrta lfnsle. ,lean Cihfon. 'l'hi1'tl row: Bessie King. Clair:-
I.lfton. Mary Xlavclonaltl. l'hylhS Nlcfftlitc. Bottom row: Nl:-rmrctlt-5 l"tckeri11gr. Gloria
l'ierr'e. JoAnn Rosecrantx Betty Hillllttlli. lizlvtllly Qponsor.
By th" rirrlf' llfffifl' lfound
Where we always have found
Our true fricmls, br' Iliey 0111 or nvir.
Of my soux of my heart,
Of myxvff 1hvr1"s fr part
In the Iota Them Mn."
Time cannot erase from our ineinories all the won-
tlerful times IOM hm-hl for us tht- past year.
Great hig juivy llLlllllHll'gIi'l'!4 at the steak fry with
our brothers . . , rip-rourin' time and good eats at the
Rush party ..., lohannf- and Roherta's super talent on
the comb . . . Phyllis and hor Hush camera . . . the
'lIl'IlllS6 inunis from our little sisters . . . tiuiaifl at the
Nulentinu formal . . . some of our ll11'llllJ'lh- "sin-aking
ways" . . . all of Uloria's antics . . . Queen Rosy' . . . the
etliuneal Spring Formal . . . Oh, they're too nnnn-with
'l'hc3y are all part of the Wonderful f'XIJl'I'i+'Il4'T' of
living nn HIM an experienve that cunit le explained.
We sc-niors regret to leave' after four yt-gr.-. hill wr'
know Iota Theta Mu will continue to be cven higger
innl hette-r with the help of our grand plvrlg s thie year.
Viva la IOM! !!
Phy llis McGuire
l'l.lfDllI'fS Sealvmlz Shirley Clifl. Ah-flax
Day. Sm- Czmii. Xihbllli Xlziglvy. Slumiingz
Yirginia Sulinpf. Patsy llennell. Anja
Olin. Xvlniu Huston. Barluira Hvzulv. Mai'-
guret 'l'ss'lmpp. Vary Lou Hiner. iris Ricilv
zlrrlsnn, Nlzlry Harms. Palsy ikegu. Nuclinr'
Hulieiwliiig. Xlulgvry I.SQI'i5SP. Nlildrwi
Hush. Nlurgurel Huggies. Lula Iimlumoml.
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Top- row: Al Antonowsky. Bernard Atherton. Ch' 'l s B ' k
at e arte . Harry Blowey. Orville Bunyan.
I. X. Campbell. Second row: John Courtright. Alvis DeForest. Wlarren Fankhauser, John Fleming.
Richard Fletcher. Dean Funk. Third row: Richard Hrdlicka, Bob Hudgins. .lack Kimple, Dean
Lloyd, Herman Mindling, Robert Moore. Bottom row: Cleo Norris, Kenneth Parli. Bob Shuey,
D I 5 , . , - . ' ' '
a e waney. Wesley Wllsmin. Tom Webmail. Cassidy Riggs. faculty sponsor.
ALPHA KAPPA TAU
Starting the activities. all the actives who planned to return to school gathered at qim Park for Games anl f d
. ,., s c oo
about a week before registration. Of course. no school year would be complete without the AKT-DPAN steak fry.
l ' I
w uct allowed a 'gscraping upn of old acquaintances., This occasion was the first lan d
p ne activity at which Professor
C. L. Riggs and his wife were present, Prof.
Riggs having been elected as our sponsor this
year. Before rush season all the actives held a
stag at Hemphillis cabin. at which the fine
traditions of AKT were loyally upheld. After
Rush Week, Slave Week. and the two initia-
tions which ushered in fifteen new Alpha
Kaps, one grand stag was held. We're still
looking for two of the boys. AKT and DPAN
were the joint sponsors of the annual All-
School Halloween Party. which was a howl-
ing success. The men of Alpha Kap have been
very active in sports and other outside activi-
ties this year, and we've all been out ROOT-
INC for the-ml The Spring Formal brought out
tuxes smelling like moth balls. gorgeous cor-
sages. and quantities of food and drink. New
officers were announced, and the school year
was officially closed.
'GA Good Man I Admirev
PLEDGES-S d: H
eate arry Blowey, Bill Youngblood Rim-hartl
Fletcher, Farrell Pisar. Standing: Tom Wood RichardiHrdli k
, , ll'Y1l.
,lack Gilbert. Robert Moore, Dean Funk. Dean Lloyd. Billy
lvica l,l'l'Sl'II6llf .
Secretary . .
. Dale Swaney
ow: tfatlierint' liairil. Priitly Halter. liillie ,lu ljrchnan.
4 intl ruwi Yiola lfrilman. Patricia llarxer. lflen llarper.
row: Xlltrlene lxeene. Cllaia Nelle Kelley. Shirley
Xlif lartl. Bottom row: Nlarx Nlefitirrx. Ruthannii Nlartloelx.
Patty l'arlxs. Pauline Vxme. faeulty sponsor.
PLEDCICS Featerl: Pal lftlens, Nlarilyn jones
l.ucllle Allrecl, Marilyn Martloelx. .loan Malcom.
Georgia lleelxeix Standing: Ruhy Johnston, Wil
eva Metz. Betty Rieger. Rarlvara U'Dell. I.iIa
DELT RHO ALPH NU
After eagerly eying the freshman girls, reatling
the l.S.C. rules on rushing, anal finrling that we hail
time for other aetivities before rush season. we en-
joyed the lrailitional Hgteak Fry" with the A.K.'l'.'s
anal planned with them the All-Sehool Halloween
Party. Rush week came and went. leaving us four-
teen wonclerlul pletlges. W'e all f?5 hail fun tluring
pledge weelx. which ended with that wonflerful insti-
tution of ours eallerl "private" To prove that we
aetives were human. we honoretl our pledges with a
fliuner and a night to rememher '-'- Formal Initiation.
It was now seeoufl semester. anrl ahout this tim:-
the alumnae eame through with a tea for the aetixes.
The new aetives were busy planning the Clrerry
Carnival hooth. ln the rush ol' other spring aflairs
Delta Rho lounfl time for a calvin party. a tlate
party. a tea for the faeulty. and hen parties. Spring
Formal rollerl around with still collars -new lor'
ma's flowers soft lights' TTlllFil'ff anfl the an-
nouneement of new olfieers. At the senior farewell
hrealxfast. seniors reflected with a lump in their
throats on their goofl times in Delta Rho.
All year 'rountl we tlunnerl memhers for their
ilues rlemanrlecl written excuses for ahsenees oweil
hills-haclxeml the athletir' teams worlufl on eoin-
mittees took part in school artivilies enjoyetl tur
new sponsor anfl the fellowship uf Delta Rho
Presirlenl . . . Virginia Creighton
Vice P1'f'S1'1ff'11t .... Pally Parks
5'f1v1'eIa1'Ax' ...... Marlene- Keem-
Tl'0lISllI'f'l' .... Shirley MvClard
Flllfllhf' Sponsor . . Paulirm Wim-
The purpose of the Inter-Society Council is to promote a spirit of
good will and cooperation among the four Creek letter societies. to
plan and preside over their activities, and to consider any matter ol'
inter-society nature that may arise.
The Council is composed of a president elected by the Student
Council, a representative from each of the societies, and three faculty
advisors appointed by the administration.
Alpha Kappa Tau .
Delta Rho Alpha Nu
Iota Theta Mu . . .
Kappa Omega Nu .
Faculty Advisors . M
. . . Ruthanna Mardock
. . . . T. V. Campbell
. . ..... Ellen Harper
. . . . Mercedes Pickering
ary Greenfield, Gertrude Howard, Phillip Xagley
. ',. ' Ei Vluznqi 3
0 F F I C E R S
Presiden! ........ Nada June Newlin
SPCTEIFII'Y-Tl't'l1Slll'6I' ...... Reta Stuart
Monitors . . . Mozell Jackson
Housemotlzer . . . . . Miss Essie Platt
A girls' dorm can he either a second
dwelling place or a seeond home. With the
help of our uniomf, Miss Platt, we try to
make ours into the latter.
Wtithin the four walls of 1936 Univer-
sity three Countries outside the United
States are represented: England. Pat
Cegang Africa, Gladys Kellumg and ,la-
maica, Doris Philp. Various states have
also sent their children: Nebraska, Colo-
rado, Oklahoma, Missouri, and of course.
Kansas. the Sunflower state.
Dorm meetings are called irregularly
once a month, where any current business
is brought up and any forgotten rules
jogged into memory.
lt's a great life. If anyone is lonesome,
drop over to our home sometime . . .
weall cheer you up!
Gospel Band Cabinet-Music Chairman. Nada June
Newling Secretary-Treasurer. Mozell ,lacksong Pro-
gram Chairman, Leona Binfordg Vice President. Allen
Auchardg President. Randall Browng Social Chairman.
Walter Gristg Faculty Sponsor, Lowell Roberts.
Meeting every Tuesday morning during chapel period
this year are eighty-seven memhers of the Gospel Band
who find these services a constant source of help and in-
spiration. Many outside speakers are invited to share with
the students their store of spiritual wealth and prar'tit'al
advice in everyday Christian living. Une of tht- outstanding
programs this year was presented hy Dr. 'lleyct Ramar. a
Sioux lndian Chieftain. Unce a highly paid entertainer in
thc musical world, he has devoted his time and talents
since his conversion to Christian work and personal evange-
lism--one of the expressed aims of the Gospel Band. The
programs include prayer and praise periods anLl special
music from memhers and guests.
The prayer meetings held at the school on Thursday
evenings are a help to all who come and afford the oppor-
tunity for fellowship with one another and with the Lord.
Important parts of this organization are the Gospel
teams which go out from Friends to hold services in neigh-
horing churches. towns. and states. Those who have heen
on these team trips will no douht claim to have received
as much hlessing as they have been ahle to give. for it is in
giving and serving that one receives most. These groups
are usually composed of a faculty sponsor. a student
musical group, and sometimes a student minister or two.
Gospel Band had charge of the annual Christmas chapel
program. Right in keeping with the season, the group
helped some of Wichita's less fortunate families to have a
Merry Christmas hy distributing three baskets of food.
Wedding bells rang for a favored few during Christmas
vacation. hut the 'Lman-huntl' still is in full swing for
A "Hobo Convention" and the annual spring picnic
were some of the highlights of the social activities of the
year. Gospel Band and S.C.A. were joint-sponsors of the
second semester "All-School fllixerf'
Memhers of Gospel team making trio
to Kansas City. Mo. Don't ask how
everyone rode in the "Doctor-'s" carl
The Fllflfillllll' wal lltxllllll
. - Qual 1119:-ling
ful lrut llll ll
place is Alllllllll Amlilo-
G.B. lluskelecrs Sfblllfllllgl, left to
riglll: lion BI'2ll1llPIllllll'Qll. Floy1lBmwn.
jim Puvv:-us. Hr-'ryl Cline. Cll21l'l6S FFF'
gusun. llurolml fxllllltlll. llurulll Pe-rry.
Cer-il Brown, lm-un Brown. Kneeling:
Managxvr EIIIPIQ' llnnt. f.lHlf'll Dellxvrl
The Science Club is the youngest organization in school, having been org'1n1zed this year
The object of our club is to bring about a more perfect understanding of the sciences and to
correlate the various fields of interest.
General Director ..... . . . Paul Winchell
Director of Chemistry . . . . . Gabriel Onukaogu
Director of Physics . . . .
Director of Biology . . . .
Secretary-Treasurer . .
Faculty Advisor . . . .
. Robert Seratin
. Velma Haston
The Agriculture Club tries to promote a greater interest in agriculture at Friends Unnersity, to
provide a medium for students interested in agriculture to study and experiment tofrether and to
Contact various leaders and experts in the field.
Vice President ....
Secretary-Treasurer . .
Faculty Sponsor . .
. . Bob Strother
. Norman Justus
. . . Doris Philp
. E. Lee,Raines
ST DE T CHRISTIAN ASSOCI TIO
SCA sponsored the Big-Little Sister Tea for women at the beginning of the school year.
SCA strives to be what its name implies-an association of Christian students. Many things were bashed over
at our meetings on Thursday morning chapel period in an endeavor to bring us closer to what we are striving for.
Our meetings were grouped into four general topics: Social Responsibility. World Relatedness. Community
Responsibility. and Christian Faith and lleritage. Perhaps the liveliest discussion of the year was on the subject.
"W hat l Believef' with Professors Ball and llarris leading the discussion and Professor Cressman acting as moderator.
SCA had charge of the annual Thanksgiving chapel and Formal Reception first semester. and with Cospel Band
sponsored the second semester "All-School Mixer." Since no February would be complete without Cherry Carnival.
SCA for the twentieth annual time put on this gala affair.
Also on the meeting agenda were parties lremember the story told by Miss Platt at the Christmas party'?l.
singspirations. slides and devotions. All was done in the spirit of fellowship. and each meeting was ended with the
singing of our benediction:
"Lord, use me: Lord. use me, To live and work with Thee.
To build a world where men from hate and greed are free."
I TERNATIONAL REL TIO CL
IRC cabinet members discuss
a current world problem. Left
to right: IIarol4l Swanson,
Robert L. Jones, Wesley Lau-
terbach, Patricia Cegan.
Members of IRC listen close-
ly as the speaker outlines
some of the problems facing
TIIE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CI,I'B. Have you heard of it? It's quite small and select. but, never-
theless, thrivingg and whatis more it has one vital purpose- that of promoting international understanding.
The I.R.C. does this by presenting programs on current world affairs: by securing speakers, often from other
landsg by showing hlrns: and by discussion. Together members have Hvisitedu many countries and learned many
things, namely, that although the peoples of other lands have customs which may seem strange they nearly always
have good reason for them.
Early this year a series of discussions on i'Control of Atomic Energyil was held, and had time permitted we
feel sure that the Ilnited Nations would now be the proud possessors of a solution. At least, it appeared that way!
The International Relations Club conducts weekly meetings. The presi1lent's chair is ocvupied by Wesley
Lauterbach, and other officers are Harold Swanson, Vice Presidentg Bob jones, Secretaryg Pat Cegan. Program
Chairmang and Harold Kolling, Adviser.
ICRO T U SIGMA
Seated: Carolyn llays, Lois Allman. Maxine Harris. Mary lXll7CllI'1'y. .lanet Xvlieeler. Maxine Bond.
Standing: Mihlreql Rush, Arclelh Vllagner, Leona Binford, Ellen Harper. Mary ,lane Dunn. Eleanor
Bell, and Margery Lygrisse.
Omicron Tau Slgllla, affiliated
with the American Home Economics
Assoeiation, has a membership this
year of twenty-three girls who meet
onee a month to add to their prac-
tical knowledge of homemaking in
The meetings this year have in-
cluded a demonstration at the Gas
Service Company, a talk on HCare of
the Hairw hy Mr. Wlill Mardoek of
Buekis Salon, parties, and dinners.
At our Christmas party lsee pic-
turel we hrought gifts to be sent to
Home Economics students in Ger-
Officers this year are: President,
Eleanor Bellg Vice President and
Program Chairman, Leona Binfordg
Secretary, Lois Allmang Treasurer,
Ellen Harperg and Sponsors, Miss
Christine Kiesel and Mrs. Margaret
, ' EQ lx,
Front row lleft to rightl: E. Smith. Jennings. ps 1 e Bu olle R loll B Bm
Burleigh, Paulin. R. Funk, Ball. Second row: B. Jones Travi D Funl gl lx Fankhauser Mus lman KIQPI Vi 4r4w d
Hutchens. Mitchell. Bohier. Youngblood. Wise. Third row Coacli Ciaxen 'Hana ei Bray Blacllex Wlmdhn Lew
Gilbert, Bretz. lludgins, Burch. Botts. Yazel. Swanew Boltcn Pi Pl 'Weans and Coach Collie
The 'LFigl1ting Quakers of l919" was
the first Friends football team to go
through a perfect season since Dr. ,I.
Banhury's men won the State Champion-
ship in l9l'1. Friends U. was the only
college team in Kansas to finish the sea-
son undefeated and untied.
Although rated as Munderdogsw hefore
most of the games, the Friendsmen seemed
to always have that team spirit and that
alittle trick up the sleevew which hrings
victory from defeat. Under the expert
guidance of coaches Earl Craven and
James Collie the men who reported in the
fall were welded into a football machine
Capalmle of outplaying and outfighting all
the opposition encountered. Beryl Cline
was named honorary Captain of the team.
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FRIENDS ,,,,.,, 57
FRIENDS, . ,,A. 59
FRIENDS .,,,.... 51
FRIENDS, ,,..,. 57
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FRIENDS, ,,,,,A 43
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FRIENDS ,,.,. 56
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The past basketball season has not
been spectacular in any Sense of the
word, but it has been a season of which
we may justly be proud. The team got
off to a good start, but later a combina-
tion of fate. extreme he-ight, and more
experience overpowered them.
Coaches Collie and Craven drilled
and drilled them in all the tricks and
skills of the game. At the same time
they gave the team something far more
valuable-the satisfaction and impor-
tance of fair play. At times in the heat
of the game tempers flared, but gen-
erally speaking the play reflected the
philosophy and atmosphere of Friends.
The team finished the season by mak-
ing a very good showing in the Kansas
Sitting: fleft to rightls Paulin. Means. C. Jolley. Stowe, Burch, V. Thompson. Bobier, R. Jones.
Standing: Fairbanks. Gilbert, Hapner. P. Miller, Cossett. Yazel. Hudgins. Coach Collie.
Kneeling: R. A. jones, E. L. Smith, Ball, Burrell. Yazel. U. Marclm-lc. B. Taylor. Hudgins. Bohier. E. L. Smith. Hiller
Standing: Fairbanks. R. Brown, Means. Swaney. Bretz. Estep. Stowe. Pipkin. Thr
Jmpson, Bolton, Coach Collie.
Baselrall has always lzeen
one of the outstanding spring
sports at Friends. and this
year is no exception. Al-
though the seasonls schedule
seemed to he one of the
toughest in rr-cent years. the
opened it with a
20-7 victory over the McPher-
son Bulldogs. With such men
as Hudgins. Taylor. Sl-zillen.
Miller, Ernie Smith. and
on Smith, we expect
the team to have a very suc-
Last year, the Quaker
rar,-queteers won seven out
of eight matches. This year
they got off to another high
flying start hy defeating Mc'-
Pherson College in the first
game of the season. Hereis
hoping they turn in an even
better reeorcl than last Vearis
Kneeling: Hay. Yan Cir-son. Wood. Standing: Crist. Clt'Vf'TlgPl'.T3yl'1l'. Doeekal.
The Friends University track team opened the l950 season by winning second
place in its hrst meet. Since the season has just begun it is hard to say how the team
will perform later on. Such men as Jim Means, Robert Lytle, and Ralph Funl-1
would seem to indicate. however, that the season will end successfully.
Kneeling: B. Brown, Borgemlale. Puckett. Wanisltry, Blowey. Str,-we. S. Cale, Estep. Standing: Means. Lytel. Kiser,
A. Smith. Musselnian. Murtinsnn. E. Smith. Yazel. Huilgins. Btllfll, Coacli Craven,
Kenneth Childs, Ruby
Johnston, Shirley lVIcClard,
and Stanley Gale shaped
school spirit and brought
support to the athletic
teams through their efforts
as cheerleaders. More
school spirit has been
manifest at Frientls this
year than in many pre-
vious years. antl we feel
that these cheerleaders
have done a great deal
toward developing it.
The LCIICPHIGIIHS Cluli as an organization fosters a
spirit of fellowship and comrudeship among the athletes
of the school. lts function is to bring lettvrmen together
through rec-reation and entertainment.
Vice Prvsirlenl .
Svwrctztry . . .
. . Rolwrt L. Jolley
. . . Bob Brown
. . ,lack Musselman
. . . . James Col
. ,limmy Means
lie, Earl Craven
OM N95 ATHLETICS
The Wvonienis Athletic Association provides an altractiw rvm-reatiomil program for the wonuf-n
at l'll'lf'lldS Liiiw-rsity. This organization is opvn to any woman student, and providvs not only a varied
sports program throughout the if-ar. hut also u social program as wvll.
The aini of W'.A.A. is to promote better sportsniunship. voopvration. and a more friendly spirit
among the girls on the caunpus.
Officers this year aw: Lou White. presidentg Mary janv Dunn, vice presidvntg Prudy Baker.
S6L'l'6'lill'y-fI'6LlFllI'Pl'Z and Pauline Wine. faculty sponsor.
Top: Luther llouston, Ray Leffler. Lloyd Cresslnan. Kermit f.apps, anfl l'larold Swanson.
Bottom: Rex Taylor. Lloyd Cressman and Tom Yvootl. Mr. firessman holds the first place trophy
won at llulchinson.
This year marked the return of forensic activities to the Friends University campus. During the
first semester the Friends team, composed of Tom Wood, Ross Vermillion, Harold French, and Don
Wfilliams. under the direction of Lloyd Cressman, participated in tournaments at Southwestern, Pitts-
lmurg. and Mt-Pherson. At the McPherson tourney the team composed of French and Wood was
undefeated in five rounds of debate.
The set-ond semester saw the team much strengthened by the addition of Rex Taylor, a transfer
student from Phillips University. Other members of the class were Harold Swanson, Luther Houston,
Kermit Capps. and Ray Leffler. Wcxcmd and Taylor succeeded at every tournament they attended.
At Hutchinson they were firstg at St. Johns, thirdg and at Sterling they were the only team winning
four debates. In addtion to debate, speakers participated in four other forensic activities, such as
cxtemporaneous speaking, story telling, and impromptu speaking at some of these tournaments.
It is hoped that this yearis successes will give added interest to the future competitive speech
activites at Friends.
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Johann Sebastian Bach's Chrllstmas Oratorio was given in its entirety this year for the first time in Wichita's history
The combined eiforts of the University Orchestra, The Symphonic Choir, and soloists under the direction
of Fred C. Mayer made this possible.
Music plays an important role in the life of the uni-
versity. Friends is known 'throughout the Midwest for
the excellence of its musical performance. The Music C
Department also works with the other departments of
the university in providing opportunity for close associa-
tion and comradeship between the faculty and students.
Music Hall houses the Department of Music at Friends University
Enseinhles are org
anizefl for the put'
pose of hest utilizing the HlUSit'l1l talent On
hancl. The Elizahethans. a niixetl en-
semhle. hate given a nur
nher of PXC'ttlll'tll
is year unch-r the rlireetiun
of Miss Elsa Haury.
Another ensernhle. th
e vll0UtlVN'lIlfl Quin-
tet. cliref-tetl hy Mr. lf. R. Steer. was nut-
stancling this year. lieft to right: James
Pierce, Rohr-rt Pieree, Roflney Pierve. in-
struvtor lf. ll. Steg.
Larry Wlinkler. ltalph
SYMPHONIC CHOIR-The Symphonic Choir is a select wval organization of lilly voices. generally knuwii as "The
Singing Quakers." This year "The Singing Quakers" were heard in a variety uf concerts. They perllurineml at a
program featuring General Cemge Marshall. at sr-twice clulns, and at high schuuls in the city. Their annual spring
luur ins-lutletl t'unc't'rls in Kansas City. Sl. Louis and Ciuluinhus, Ohio. llpon their return from the tuur. they inatle
a guest DC'l'l'OfIll8TN'P with Jenny Tuurel. Nletrupulitan Opera soprano. and the Wlichita Syinphuny. They were alsn
inxitetl lu the Distriet Cmivention of Rutary lnternatinnal. Saint-Saens, Samson mul DfI'l It s - '
spring testixal concert.
c IH wa. pri sented fm' the
The Trumpet 'Trio composed ol' Vlfil-
lard Tallwrt, llnhert Brown and Cecil
Riney perfornierl at numher ol' times
during the season under Wlr. hluxerl
Another voval group. the Menis
Octet. sings nncler the direction ol'
Benny Brock Kemp lseaterlt. lls mein-
bers are lstanflingl Charles Tsvliopp.
Roh Sliuey. Robert Fleming. Ceeil
Rina-V. lornian Rhodes. Kenneth Childs.
Bill Stuhhs, and Jerry Rogers.
fJ1'9'ilIllZGCl to mroride un o J Jortunitx for the instrnrnentalists to Hain enseinhle ex Jerienve in the
z- , z- l
orchestral helcl. the lfniversity Orchestra perforrns nnisie ol' the very hest quality. This year the
O1'l'llPSl1'il presented two formal eoneerts. The 01't'llPSl1'il is under the direction of Frerl C. Mayer.
Another scene from
Years Ago finds Grace
McLean. Bob Shuey, Pres-
ton Cleason, and Catherine
Baird seated around the
family supper lable. Other
members, of the cast who
are not pictured were Ker-
mit Capps, Donald Bran-
denburgh, and Punk, the
cat. Donald Brightup was
company manager of the
1 qv fo, s
Years Agn. an autobiograph-
ical volnedy Iiy Ruth Gordon
juries. was ilu' first major dru-
matit: produvtiun of the year.
The play was lzresentvd in cir-
tzular staging. under the direc-
tion of Hrs. Gertrude Stutzman
Howard. Tliose who attended
praised the pe-rforrnance highly.
At the lt-ft. Ruth fjean
Haines! and her girl friends.
Anna lMildred Mellaryl and
Catherine lllonella Whitakerb
dismiss their favorite actress.
MUST GO 0
The Black Masquers, the offi-
cial drama organization of lluw
l'LlllllJll5. L'Ul1Slhl5 ol' drama slu-
dvnts who have heen outstandirg
i11 Quaker productions. The morn-
lwrs strive to raise drarnatic
standards lmy sponsoring various
plays and hy cooperating with
tht- tlfiilllil department in all
phases of its work.
The second major dra-
matic oifering of the school
year was Eugene O,Neill's
Pulitzer Prize winning
play, Beyond the Horizon.
The story concerns the
tragedy of a dreamenwho
is prevented from living
his dreams by circum-
stance and lack of courage.
An all-school cast pre-
sented the play. and tl1e
scenery used was very sug-
gestive and unique. Cast
members were Tom Wtmcwrl,
Shirley Clift, Preston Glea-
son, Jimmy Clark, Mary
McDonald, Dean Lloyd,
Bob Shuey, Mary Harms,
Kenneth Bolton, and Jan
Collie. Grace McLean
acted as stage manager
and Hannal1 Mason as
S T A F F
Erlilor ..... . . Wesley Lauterhach
flssozfiale Eflilor . .... Joyce Powers
BZlSlilI6S.S Manager ....... Preston Gleason
Business Siafffllonella Wl1itz1ke1', Roh Shuey,
Jar-k Kiinple, Bessie King
Ar! mul Society Editor . ..... Gloria Pierce
Drama Editor ..... . . . Dolores Hirst
,llusfrr lfclilor . ..... Sara Lou White
Slilewelly Il Borgemlale
' ' ' 1lJit:kPaulin
ljllllI.!lIgl'l'lIIl'lCl'S .... John Fleniing. Toni Vifood
Sports lfrlilors .
Ftrcullpi' Spmzsor ...... Mrs. Dorothy Crux en
The deed is done . . . We hope you like it. The insonrnia. late cleacllines, and
penny pinching We leave to next yearis staff, along with the fun and association we
have experienc-ed this year. The stall' this year has heen husy and harcl pressed for
time. hut, nevertheless, it has Mclelivered the Goods." To all the nianw eo le who
f r . P P
haxe eontrihulerl even the smallest hit to lhis hook we ffixe our sincere thanks.
We have tried to produce a Tnlisnzarz expressive of Friends IJIllYf'I'Sltyi5 friend-
ship and unity. We hope it brings you pleasure now and i11 the years to follow.
Gospel Bam! . .
Iftlllll Ditties ....
131111-lf Mzzsquers . .
wlihat society copy isnit in yetfi Hvvllill happened to that cut?" 'gHurry and
meet the deadlinefi HDid you pick up the mat for their ad'fw This is Friends Lini-
versityds Life behind the scenes. During the year l9'19-50, Editor Jim Powers was
assisted in producing the weekly sheet by Henry Harvey. his capable business man-
ager, and several good reporters. The staff has endeavored to present in 21 superior
way the true rellections of student life on our campus. reports of present, past, and
liuture events, and articles of concern to ull. This year the Life was particularly
outstanding in its excellent editorial policy, which welcomed free expression of all
students and published just that in its columns. L'wIliU6l'SI.l'Y Life has been, and, we
hope, will continue to be one of the important producers of school spirit and unity.
Hflilor ....... . . . Jim Powers
Iiusiness Manager ...... lienry Harvey
Snrfety Fzlilrzrs -f-Jac Courlriglit, Shirley
xlCClZ1I'll, Joycina Baker, Stan Cale
.SIA .............. Clf?1'l3 Pierce
. . Jimmy Clark
, . Virginia Buyha
l"n-.shlmm Frolics ...... Grace McLean
llzlczvzfztinzml Relations 671111 , . Pat Gegan
Sriwzce Club .......i. Velma llaston
. . jeane llaines
Fllflllly Arhfisor . . . . . Keith Parker
Seven Friends University Seniors were chosen for recognition this
year in the latest edition of Whois Who Among Students in American
Universities and Colleges. These outstanding students on our campus
were chosen by a student committee and the faculty on the basis of
scholarship, extra-curricular leadership, citizenship and service to the
college. Although both juniors and seniors are eligihle for member-
ship in the Association, this year's group was composed of seniors
only. They are: ,loycina Baker, Leon Brown, Janeva Crist, Ellen
Harper, Henry Harvey, Kenneth Pennington and Emerson Smith.
Left to right: Leon Brown, lfmerson Smith, Juycina Baker. ,lanevu Grist. lfllen Harper llc
Harvey. Kenneth Pennington is not picturerl.
STUDE T COU CIL
The Student Council attempts to estalmlish a united university life and spirit.
acting as an instrument for l'ac-ulty-student llilI'lI1OIl5' and hy promoting inter-
group united effort, it accomplishes this purpose.
Help with Freslnnan Orientation Week and The All-School Hike sponsored by
the Council in September mnrkeil the lirst actions of the group. Throughout the
year the Student Forums and all-school nct'vities continued to reflect the work of
the Council under thx- leadership of President Leon Brown. A student project was
established, the Lounge was touched-up a hit, und the Clean-up Day was perhaps
the most sticcessful undertaking of the whole year. Plans for the new Student
Lounge ended a very husy and successful tear,
This committee is rom-
posed of the Administrative
Vommittee of the faculty and
the Student Counvil. The pur-
pose of the organization is to
provide a medium througli
which the conilmimwl rx-pinion
of faculty and students may
he expressed in the formula-
tivn of the college policy.
Top: A typical scene in the hookstore. Bottom: The courteous Hthievesw who relieve you of your money: Jim Bake
,Ioycina Baker, Dick Paulin. Gloria Pierce, Juanita Harvey, .loyce Powers, Claire Liston, Nada June Newlin.
The Friends Coop Bookstore is an integral part of Friends University. It is the
place where students meet their friends to gala, eat, drink, and he merry.
The Bookstore has grown from a small concern in l936 with a capital of 3120
to a well established business organization. The Coop has grown steadily and has
paid substantial dividends the past several years. Students are eligible to share in
the profits by paying a one-dollar fee.
Yew and used books, supplies, candies, pop, jcwelry, school sweaters, 'l'-shirts,
equipment are always available.
as manager of the Bookstore is J-Ill Bukerfin fun called '4lVlonopoly
si lls 3 oz. candy bars in rl 016. wrappers for 5 centsfi
Big plans are being made for next year when thc Coop will be in the new building
with more roorn. new equipment, and more stock.
Jim Baker, Manager
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Traditionally each year
the student body elects the
Talisman Queen. One can-
didate from each elass is
seleeled and friendly cam-
paigning follows. After two
days of voting the Queen is
selected, hut remains un-
know n until eoronation day.
At that time she is crowned
in a most impressive cere-
mony. Catherine Baird
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Means, the team captain for the evening,
tears open the envelope- containing the
leainis rim-ision. Tha- Queen is . . . Pal
Houser. UHITIEHIS flash as lile vrown is
placed on her head. She reigns as Queen
of tile l9'I9 I'IOIllVl'0llIiY!g GHIIIP. ami is
altenciefi in lfllen Harper. Luville Allreii.
Yirginiu Creighton. and Lila Mickey.
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