Friends University - Talisman Yearbook (Wichita, KS)
- Class of 1964
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Nationally it was the year of the presidential assas-
sination. The youngest president in the country's history,
John F. Kennedy, was shot down by a sniper as he started
his election campaign. Lyndon johnson became almost the
certain choice of the Democratic party for the coming
election year. Many possibilities existed in the Republi-
can party, but no one could say for sure who was goin-g to
get the nomination. Some of us followed this closely, for
we were to vote in our first election.
It was also the year the New York Yankees went into
the World Series with "the best baseball team ever assem-
bled". Sandy Koufax and the Los Angeles Dodgers had
other ideas however. After only four games, the Dodgers
were the World Champions, and Sandy owned a new World
Series Strikeout record.
In big time college football the University of Texas
was on its way to its first undefeated-untied season and
its first national championship. They were to meet the na-
tion's number two ranked, Navy, in the Cotton Bowl.
Things were happening at Friends University, too. The
fund drive for the new Fine Arts Center was nearing com-
pletion and construction was to begin in the spring.Sever-
al class rooms were remodeled in Davis Administration
Building. On "A"floor, the Northwest wing was converted
into a student lounge. It was also the year that "Ye Ole
Student Pub" opened in room A-7.
That year the Second Annual All-School Banquet was
held on November 16. The first "Ugliest Man on Campus"
contest was held that year.
But this book has been compiled to help you remember
what happened at FU that year. So, start turning the pages
and return for a while to "That Wonderful Year - l964".
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Alfred P. Smith
This is the picture of the Alfred Smith family.
Back row - left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
L. Smith Uoan Clarkl, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Norval D. Smith fNedra
Jane Andreej. Front row - standing: Greg fson
of Gordon and Joanj. Seated: Duane and Ed-
ward fsons of Norval and Nedra Janej.
Friendliness is the word that describes the
character of Mr. Alfred P. Smith. Mr. Smith gradu-
ated from Plainview, Nebraska High School in
l92O. He received his A.B. degree from Nebraska
Central College in l925. ln 1957, he received his
Master of Education degree from the University of
Mr.Smith served as pastor of Friends churches
in Iowa, Kansas, and Oklahoma between i925 and
1944. From 19411 to l95l, he served as a Field
and Church Representative for Friends University.
ln 1951, he became the head of the Psychology
Department of Friends University and has been
serving in this capacity since that time.
Alfred P. Smith married Maude Newlon. They
have two boys, Norval and Gordon. ln 'l95O, Nor-
val graduated from Friends University. He is now
serving as a minister of the First Friends Church
in Marshalltown, lowa. He married Nedra Andree,
who graduated in i949 from Friends University.
They have two boys aged six and nine. Gordon,
who graduated from F.U. in l956, is married to
Joan Clark. Joan is a i958 graduate of F.U. They
have a three year old child. Gordon and Joan re-
side in Bucklin, Kansas, where he is a public
school music teacher.
Friendliness, scholarship, and dedication to
his students and to Friends University are the
outstanding characteristics of Alfred P. Smith. H6
is respected not only by the faculty, but also by
the students. His wonderful sense of humor not
only enlivens his classes but also his conversa-
tions with students. These qualities of friendli-
ness, scholarship, dedication, and a wonderful
sense of humor make Mr. Alfred P. Smith worthy
of the i964 Talisman dedication.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P Smith
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In the northeast section of the campus, a new
building is soon to be built. This will be the Fine
Arts Building of Friends University - the future
quarters of the music, art, speech, and drama de-
partments. According to the architects, the build-
ing will be in the shape of an H, with the music
department occupying two of the "legs", the art,
speech, and drama departments another, and the
fourth "leg" will consist of a reception room, a
library, and a listening room. In the center of the
H will be a 450-seat auditorium for concerts, re-
citals, and dramatic productions.
PAUL R. BROWN, president of
the Friends University Board of
Directors and general chairman
for the half-a-million dollar cam-
paign to construct a new Fine
Arts Building on the Friends U.
Long a landmark of Wichita, Davis Ad-
ministration building was originally the
main building of Garfield University. When
the college became Friends University,
the big, beautiful building was named Da-
vis Administration in honor of James and
Anna Davis who purchased the property
and presented it to the Kansas Yearly
Meeting of Friends.
Men's Residence Hall
In 1958, two beautiful, mo-
dern new buildings were add-
ed to the campus: the men's
and women's residence halls.
The two buildings are very
similar in construction, and
the girls' dorm houses lO2,
and the boys' dorm 86.
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Dedicated in 1950, Sumpter Hall
houses the cafeteria, bookstore, re-
ception and recreation rooms, and the
Home Economics and Art departments.
lt was named in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Sumpter, whose gifts ro the col-
lege helped make the building possi-
Wo men's Residence Hall
The building now used as the
Music Hall was originally a ladies
dormitory for Garfield University,
and later, for Friends. Shortly af-
ter World War II, it was converted
to a mens' residence hall, and in
1947 became the Music Hall. It
contains music studios, practice
rooms, and a listening room for
the Carnegie Record Library.
Mark Reeve Cabin
In the shade of three Austrian pines, stands a log cabin
the gift of the class of 1940, built with the help of Mark
Reeve. The logs are from a log cabin originally in Sumner
County, and were given to Mark Reeve by the owner. Some
of these logs were used in the construction of the small
cabin in the Fellow-Reeve Museum.
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Edmund Stanley Gymnasium
Work began on the Edmund Stanley Gymnasium in
1918, but the building was not completed until 1932,
although part of it was used for several years before
it was actually finished. The building is named in
honor of Friends University's first president.
Two "knocked-down" barracks build-
ings, given to Friends University by the
Federal Works Agency in 1947, were re-
built into one building which is the head-
quarters of the Industrial Arts and Agri-
culture departments at F.U. A heating
unit and power tools for the building were
also part of the F. W. A. grant. -
Dr. Roberts received many
checks like this one during his 5 ,'7': I
term as President of Friends U- 1
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holdings advanced almost 54 Q
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PRESIDENT l0WEll ROBERTS
Dr. Lowell E. Roberts
Last February 12, Dr. Lowell Roberts announced
his resignation as President of Friends University.
Thus, on August 31, 1964, Dr. Roberts will termin-
ate 20 years of active service to his alma mater.
Dr. Roberts ioined the Friends University staff
in 1944 Gs Head of the Bible Department, became
lnterim President in October, 1956, and President
in September 1957. During his presidency, the aver-
age tenure of faculty increased, and salaries rose
more than in any other eight years in the College's
history. Entrance requirements were tightened, and
Friends was the first school in Kansas to make
entrance examinations compulsory.
Two new residence halls were constructed in
1958. Pledges toward a Fine Arts Building have
now passed the S400,000 mark, and construction
is scheduled to start in the late spring.
President Roberts wlll be missed by all for
both his very capable handling ofa difficult iob
and the warm, pleasant friendliness he showed to
student and faculty alike. As Dr. Roberts leaves
the post of President, we extend o heartfelt WELL
The executive committee of the Friends University Board of Directors
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Board of Directors of Friends University
includes a representative from each of the Quar-
terly Meetings in Kansas Yearly Meeting as well
as several members at large, ci total of 38. To
these men are entrusted the decisions that make
our school a good Christian educational center.
Paul R. Brown
President of the Board
DR. DORTHY CRAVEN
A. W. LANGLEY
Director of Admissions
LOLITA SHEL TON
FRED HOYT ROBERT LAMKINS
MUSCUITI Curator Director of
Cafeteria Man ager
AMY COBB TRAVIS CHAPPELL RUTH PERISHO
Librarian Assistant Librarian Bookstore Manager
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DR HARRY HIDAKA PAT WARNER LOIS FINLEY BETTYE CARDWELL
School Physician Secretary to Director Secretary to the Secretary to the
of Public Relations President Director of Admlsslo
Secretary to Director
of Alumni Relations
DORIS HEARL FAYE HARTLEY DOROTHY COOK VIOLET CHADWICK
Bookkeeper Secretary In Business Offgce Registrar s Assistant Secretary in Registrar s Office
The quality of a college is
rated by the outside world ac-
cording to the quality of the grad-
uates that it produces. The qual-
ity ofthe graduates is determined
by the faculty which imparts its
knowledge to the students. Thus
the apparent quality as well as
the actual quality of a college is
determined by the quality ofthe
The Friends University faculty
has proved itself over the years
to be ofthe best quality. It is one
which the entire school may be
proud of. On this page and those
following, are pictured those to
whom we entrusted our education.
Vivian Fleming Walter Foster
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Esther Lawrence Fred Layman
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Alethea Phenneger Roy Ray
Pauline Cqsqdo Lillian Dedrlcli
Philip Nagley Wayne Parris
Ralph R. Deolievera Robert Johnson
Robert S. Moore
Mabel Penrod E. Lee Raines
K iersti Swanson
The most important endeav
any student body participates is class
work and study. Indeed, were it not
for this, the student body would not
exist as a group. However, if the aca-
demic work is the most important fa-
cet of student life, a close second
must be the social life and extra-cur-
ricular activities in which the student
It is by participating in the various
organizations of the school that life
long friendships are established. In
many of these activities, the student
must apply what he has learned in the
classroom. But, not all activities fit
into this category. Many exist purely
for relaxation. The following pages
show, in part, how the students of
Friends University spent their spare
time - relaxing and Working.
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Vice President Sponsor
KAPPA DMEGA NU
The year l963-64 was again a big year for
K.O.N. Starting off with our rush parties and
addition of 'l5 new pledges. With this boost of
momentum, we kept surging ever forward.
K.O.N. has more members in Stuco and the
classes than any other society.
Again the K.O.N.'s had a Valentines Sweet-
heart Banquet and elected a K.O.N. Sweet-
heart. Also the Kon's participated in the Cher-
ry Carnival which was a big success. The
K.O.N. Alumni Banquet was an event of the
K.O.N. year which also helped the school as
As a K.O.N. first, we provided all Rushees
with an orientation handbook for rushweek
about the Kappa Omega Nu society. K.O.N.'s
also had a Christmas project to help a needy
family with many needed items.
John H uffman
Tawatok ie Jantawong
Roger Sud deth
IOTA THETA MU
This year for Theta Mu has been filled with many
activities for both the actives and the pledges. Besides
promoting social activities on campus, the Theta Mu's
have gained many new friends.
Social functions began this year with the annual
l.O.M.-K.O.N. hayrack ride. Rush week followed soon
in the semester and it was truly a 'rush'. All the thirty-
five actives worked enthusiastically and consequently
we gained sixteen pledges. Highlighting the first se-
mester was the Christmas Formal, "Winter Fantasy,"
lota Theta Mu had their annual crowning of "Susi Snow-
flake' and "Jack Frost.".leree Pitts and Larry Ehrlick
Second semester began with formal initiation. Then
plans for our Cherry Carnival booth were in full swing.
Early in the semester the l.O.M.'s were making many
plans for the forthcoming spring formal.Concluding the
end of the year for Theta Mu was Installation of Offi-
cers and the Senior Farewell.
Froiects for the year included o rummage sale and
many bake sales throughout the year. The l.O.M.'s en-
joyed a successful and fun packed Volleyball Tourna-
ment with the Delta Rho, the lndepents, and the Wom-
en's Faculty Team.
Thanks to all the members of lota Theta Mu for a
memory filled and enjoyable 1963-64 SCl100l YGCF-
"Jack Frost and Susan Snow Flake"
L ida Carpenter
Kathleen Johnson Three o clock A M of o Slumber?" party
"Ice is Nice'
"Wonder what they are going to do to us?" Sharon Rickard
ALPHA ISAPPA TAU
The men of Alpha Kappa Tau have been hard at work
this year reorganizing with the help ofa new A.K.T.
sponsor, Walter Foster.
Many parties were held this year. Just to mention a
few, A.K.T. had an all night stag bowling party, a se-
mester end party, and a real fine Spring Formal.
Just a few of the other things that A.K.T.'s have
done this year, besides all the parties, was to receive
i3 new pledges, adopted windbreakers, sold mega-
phones at games and had a caroling party with our sis-
ters, Delta Rho.
Don Moo re
DELTA Rl-IO ALPHA NU
What a year!! Goats, chickens, hay, FOOD, and
singer Boots Ott were the combination that made the
Hillbilly Hootenany with the Alumnae a real success.
We barely had time to catch our breath, before - you
guessed it - RUSH WEEK!! A lovely Formal Party
held at the home of alumnae Helen Harmon, followed-up
by a Shipwreck Party at Quaker Acres with the A.K.T.'s
was iust what the doctor ordered as fifteen pledges
ioined our society and then sat back to await lnitia-
tion!! Pledge week was fun for all - particularly for
the Actives! Our early come-as-you-are breakfast at
the Pancake House was an event the pledges will have
a hard time forgetting. The pledges who were unable to
attend our Informal lnitiation, which was held in the
Stanley Gym, had their own 'special' lnitiation later.
lSanta Claus will never be the same!!
As the holidays drew nigh, Delta Rho members could
be found Christmas Caroling with the A.K.T.'s. A
Christmas Breakfast at the Town and Country Lodge
was a good time for exchanging gifts. We did manage
to paint the Fred Hoyt Signs and have several bake
sales flove those doughnut holes! before we rang out
the old year and in the new!!
Those who thought that our activities would 'let-up'
second semester were soon proven wrong. We organ-
ized two volleyball teams and played in the intramur-
als, had our Formal Initiation at the Holiday lnn, had
several swimming parties and get-togethers and finally
brought the school year to a close by ioining with the
A.K.T.'s for our Spring Formal! For the Delta Rho girls,
it's really been a grand year!!! !
Now wasn'f that nice of the actives 'fo fake us
They said it couldn'f be done buf - - -
L. L. Medley
Renee Weills ,
My Vlslt With Santa
Joan Reber ""' "Oh come on you guys you're kidding, aren'f you?
left to right: Phyllis Winfrey, Dick Davis, President, Essie Platt, Connie Bishop.
Wayne Parris, Bob Drury, Walter Foster, Gary Conover.
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Seated - left to right: Richard Jacoby, Reporter, Sam Eberly, Treasurer, Dale Harper, President,
Lo d Townsend, Secretary, Tawochle Jantawong, Vice President, E. Lee Raines, Sponsor,
Huhert Wiebe, Sponsor. Standing: Tom Stranghoner, Keith Herrington, Mike Wilson, Dick Davis,
Bill Cross, Ron Kraft, Bob McCaslin, Larry Ehrlich, Enoch lmbuye.
L ida Carpe nter
OMICRON TAU SIGMA
Prominent among departmental organizations is Omicron Tau
Sigma. O.T.S. is affiliated with the Kansas Home E conom i c s
Association and is open to all girls interested in Home Econo-
mics. The main purpose of O.T.S. is to better acquaint the mem-
bers to the new home-economics methods of the year.
The many events of the year were started with the hamburger
fry. This event served as a get-acquainted session for prospec-
tive members. The new members were initiated at the formal ini-
tiation banquet. This year's Christmas proiect was the making
of net Christmas Trees to be given to Nursing Homes. February
found the O.T.S. members laboring over their plans for the Cher-
ry Carnival. One of the final events of each year is the Parent-
Daughter Banquet. At this occasion, the parents are the guests
of honor, and they enioy a wonderful evening planned by the
MU PHI EPSILON
Music, friends, and harmony are the main
purposes of Mu Phi Epsilon. This organization
is an international honorary music sorority for
Membership in Mu Phi Epsilon is based on
musicianship, c h a ra c te r, personality, and
The Friends University Chapter of Mu Phi
Epsilon was very active this year, giving their
annual recital, sponsoring bake sales, serving
a buffet supper after the "Bach Oratorio," and
ushering at recitals. The highlight of the year
was the annual Spring banquet held May 9
with the theme "Rhapsody in Blue."
Mary Kay Goodman
Lol ine Bradshaw
Mori Iyn Koesfer
Jerree P iHs
Seated left to rlght Jerree Pitts, Joan Reber, Gwen Ward, Frankie Kliewer, Jerry Bogle Marlin Fredrick Ted
Smith, Mary Kay Goodman, Faith Shugart, Barbara Brannon, Shirley Hill, Janice Howerton, and Sara McDonald
Standing Wayne Moore, Phil Tucker, Mr. Philip Nagley, Milton Carpenter, Tony Ashworth, Robert Mlnter, Harold
RUSl1, GGYY C0n0Vel' B05 Drury Phil Schepis, and Dale Harper.
TUD NT CDUNCII.
The Student Council of Friends
University is composed of the four
elected executive officers, the four
class presidents, the publications
editors, and a representative of each
constitutional organization on cam-
pus. Mr. Philip Nagley is sponsor.
Stuco not only coordinates activi-
ties and plans various functions, but
it also provides a chance for working
experience with democratic ideals in
student government. Some of the
more important events administered
by Council include Homecoming, the
All-School Formal Banquet, the Walk-
Out, and Cherry Carnival. Outstand-
ing Football Player Awards were
made and the group has also partici-
pated in Conference activities. This
year permission was obtained to uti-
lize some empty rooms as a student
lounge area, a big proiect for the
Mr Philip Nagley Marlin Fredrick
Left to right: Jerry Bogie, Chairman, John Huffman, Junior Men's representative, Don Moore Senior Men s
representative, Yadira Gonzalez, Junior,Women's representative, Carol Jay, Women's Residence Hall rep
resentativeg Sharon Jantzen, Senior Women's representative. Not pictured: Tom Clegg, Men s Residence
Through the ideas of several Student Council
members, Student Court was started in T96O. The
Student Court was established to give students a
voice in campus iustice.
Hearings and recommendations are the func-
tions ofthe Court. Any student accused of break-
ing the University's regulations has the privilege
of appealing to the Court. He is then given ahear-
ing in which he has the right to defend himself
through witnesses and any evidence that is neces-
It the Court finds him guilty, they make a rec-
ommendation of punishment to the Dean. Although
the Court makes the recommendation to the Dean,
the Dean has the final voice on the punishment.
Women's Faculty representative
E. Lee Raines
Men's Faculty representative
The Honor Roll consists of those
carryin'g l2 hours or more, who
a credit point of
2.500 or better. The fall semester
The Honor Roll
was topped by Robert Minter, a
iunior. A close second was Bar-
bara Brannon, also a iunior.
for this honor.
Seated: Mary Kay Goodman, 3.000, Carol Amey, Barbara Brannon, 13.000, Mary Kay
Parker, Betty Venneberg, Virginia Dodd, Marilyn Kintzel, Kathy Johnson, Joan
Carol Ott, Loanna Basore, Carol Roberts. Standing: Wayne Moore, Terry Maze,
Rhodes, Robert Minter, 3.000, Dale Parker, Jerry Kintzel, Jack Ropp, Jerry Bogle.
HIGHEST RANKING siunfms
Rouland, Sara Wiley,
George Vance, Phil
Mary Kay Armstrong
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Eleven seniors at Friends University were
selected to appear in the i964 edition of
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI-
CAN UNlVERSlTlES AND COLLEGES. They
are selected each fall by the college faculty
on the basis of academic achievement, cam-
pus leadership and promise of future success.
This honor represents one of the highest
awards that a student can achieve while at
Those selected this year as worthy of the
award are Loline Bradshaw, Jerry Bogie, Pa-
tricia Burnett, Karen Chisholm, Mary Kay
Goodman, Shirley Hill, Sharon Jantzen, Mari-
lyn Koester, Donald Moore, Wayne Moore, and
Front Row - left to right: Kenny Green, Frank Schultz, Tom DeLong, Mike Schepis, Jerry Bogle, Wayne
Moore, Ben Bennett, Harold Rush. Second Row: Bob Kahn, Gary Smith, Bob Jones, Dick Davis, Paul
Donham, Don Stands, Larry Rowley, Ray Lansdowne. Third Row: Odus lsaacs, Steve Groninga, Warren
Elliott, Norman Lindal, Phil Rhodes, Gary Conover, Tom Stranghorner, Larry Armstrong. Fourth Row:
Dave Hitchcock, Marion Spatz.
LETTERM EN' CLUB
The Lettermen's Club is made up of
the boys who have earned a letter in one
of the varsity sports, football, basketball,
cross-country, baseball, golf, or track.
The club this year organized and spon-
sored a Faculty-Lettermen's Club basket-
ball game as a money making proiect to
help the members in purchasing blazers
with the hope of all lettermen soon hav-
ing the sport iacket. The club gives the
boys an opportunity to meet their fellow
Lettermen and to plan events to add to
the school activities.
Letterman Jerry Bogle takes the tip from "Spider
Legs' Lampkins in the First annual Faculty-Letter-
men's Club basketball game. The Faculty won by an
impressive 70-6'l score.
Sitting - left to right: Mary Kay Goodman, Evelyn Clark, Philip Nagley, Chairman, Robert
Minter, Secretary, Dr. Dorothy Craven, Gary Conover. Standing - left to right: Dr. Lowell
Roberts, Jerry Bogie, Ted Smith, Marlin Frederick, Phil Schepis, Dr. Cecil Riney, Wayne
Warner, Merle Bender.
First Row: Nancy Derringer, Mr. Parris, sponsor, Bob Minter, vice president, Shirley Hill, president,
Miss Swanson, sponsor, Tawatchai Jantawong, secretary-treasurer, Okon Ekwo, Enock lmbuye. Second
Row: Savilla Hodsall,Marilyn Koester, Yodira Gonzalez, Pamela Jensen, Naaman Laiser, Sharon Zong-
ker, Tony Rossitto, Simon Mambali. Third Row: Ray Arnold, A. Kizilbash, Mr. Miller, Garry Stoneberger,
Ezekiel Lugalia, Donald Hommertzheim, Richard Uhlich Leoncio S. Go.
First Row: Ann Parker, Patti Cramer, Lois Jackson, Anne Peterson, Dale Parker, Dr. Hinshaw, LoAnna
Basore, Mr. Noelf Second Row: George Vance, Bill Dorsey, Lynette Cox, Ingrid Leo, Mary Kay Arm-
strong, Virginia Dodd, Diana Moyhill. Third Row: Gwen Ward, Faith Schugart, Gary Young, Bob Minter,
Bob Kahn, Carol Amey. Fourth Row: Ted Smith, Barbara Brannon, Harold Rush, Mike Schepis, Gary
Smith, Linda Brown, Sara McDonald.
The Purpose of CCF is to: ,
Promote Christian fellowship among the students at Olleglate
Foster a genuine Christian concern forthe spiritual
well-being ofthe non-Christian world. h ri sn a n
Provide opportunity for spiritual growth through ac-
tive Christian service.
ell o ws hi p
Dr. Verlin Hinshaw Sora McDonald Dole Noel
Sponsor President Sponsor
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Dr. Roberts auctions
Sharon Jantzen, Frankie Kliewer, Wayne Moore
K athy K nee
December was the month and F.U. the scene
of o money raising campaign that was to net
the World University Service better than 5130.
Two proiects,a student-faculty auction where
two "healthy" puppies were sold, and a mean-
est teacher contestfwhich was won on student
vote by our business manager Mr. Warner, were
responsible for the sum that went to help de-
prived colleges throughout the world. The
week of W. U. S., which included the meanest
teacher contest, the auction and a special
chapel with "Granny" as a guest, was con-
cluded with the presentation of a cat-of-nine-
tails to Mr. Warner.
STUDENT DIRECTORY - STAFF
Editor ..... . . Frankie Kliewer
Asst. Editor . . . Sharon Jantzen
Bus. Manager ...... . . Wayne Moore
Asst. Bus. Manager . . . . . Dick Davis
Faculty Sponsor . . . . . Merle Bender
, Authorized Publication of Friends U nzverszly
VOLUME LXV WICHITA, KANSAS, FRIDAY, 1963-1964
Seated - left to right: Jack Rapp, Mr. F. F. Dietrich, Verlin Drinen, Miss Essie Platt, Anne Peterson.
Standing: Dennis Michelsen, Daryl Johnson, Mickey Rooney, Barbara Peck, Phil Schepis, Okon Ekwo, Caro-
lyn Howell, Sara McDonald, Marilyn Koester, Bob Minter, Milton Carpenter. Nat pictured: Larry Belew, Jim
Mercer, Nick Block.
Editor .......................... Verlin Drinen
Business Manager . . . ............. Jack Ropp
Faculty Advisors . . . . .F. F. Dietrich, Essie Platt
News Editor . . . ........ Anne Peterson
Society Editor . . . . . Barbara Peck
Sports Editor ...... . . . . Phil Schepis
Music Editor ...................... Larry Belew
Assistant Business Manager .... g ....... Okon Ekwo
Reporters ........... Marilyn Koester, Sara McDonald,
-Jim Mercer, Carolyn Howell ,,Ug1ieSt Man on Campus
Staff ................ Milton Carpenter, Nick Block,
Mickey Rooney, Dennis Michelsen, Daryl Johnson
Assistant Editor .
Copy Editor . . .
Sports Editor . . .
Photographer . . .
Staff ......... Verlin Drinen, Bob Minter,
Mary Kay Armstrong, Kathy Johnson,
Sara McDonald, Mickey Rooney, Nick Block
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Seated - left to right: Frank Schultz, Barbara Peck, Milton Carpenter, Dave Brehm, Anne
Peterson. Standing: Verlin Drinen, Bob Minter, Renee Weills, Mary Kay Armstrong, Mickey
Rooney, Kathy Johnson.
Mr. Bender and Mr. Parris, Spon-
sors, help Milton Carpenter and
Barbara Peck, Editors, proofread
some final page layouts.
. . .Dave Brehm
. , Barbara Peck
. . Frank Schultz
. . Renee Weills
. . . Gary Martin
Front Row - left to right: Janice Howerton, president, Shirley Hill, secretary, Marilyn
Koester, treasurer, Sharon Rickard, membership chairman, Frankie Kliewer, social chair-
man, Shirley Gardner, reporter, Faith Shugart, historian, Nelda Edwards, Yadira Gonzalez.
Second Row: Lida Carpenter, Luvenia Oden, Merlin Willard, Gwen Ward, Myrna Washington,
Connie Green, Lois Jackson, Lynette Cox, Okon Ekwo, Sharon Jones. Third Row: Barbara
Brannon, Judy Taylor, Carol Jay, Joan Reber, Viola Teubner, Joy Martin, lvalene Guiltner
Marian Short, Karen Chisholm, Carl Hershberger. Fourth Row: Dr. Allen, sponsor, Kathleen
Winters, Jan Corzatt, Gary Young, Jim Thcrstenberg, Jane Rees, Barbara Peck, Sharon
Qlllll and DAGGER CLUB
Seated - left to right: Mr. Parris, Susi Gribble, Tony Rossitto, Marilyn Koester, Mrs.
Werts. Standing: Virginia Moss, Beulah Pinkerton, Lauren Medley, Nancy Derringer, Shirley
Hill, Olcon Ekwo, Erma Blaser.
The Friends University Cheerleaders
this year were made up of students from
Liberal, Kansas, Friendswood, Texas,
and also from Wichita. This group found it
possible to draw from all their past ex-
perience from other schools to present or-
iginal and enthusiastic cheers to help our
teams press for victory.
The Cheerleaders adopted new uni-
forms For the I963-64 basketball season.
They were red wool skirts with gray in-
serts, in combination with red weskets,
white blouses and white shoes.
This year's cheerleaders would like
to say "Thank You" to the student body
for their supporting enthusiasm.
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Peterson, Nancy Turner,,Mary Beth Logan,
Don Arnold, Don Moore, Randle Hope, Jerree
Pitts, Carole Criss. Standing: Dick Casey,
Larry Belew, Weldon Hyde, Tony Ashworth,
Ron Dillon, Noel Zahn, Charles Parmele, Bob
The Friends University Pep Band pro-
vided spirited music tor all the home foot-
ball games this year. In addition to their
own game-time activities, the band mem-
bers were the hosts ofthe Rose Hill High
School Band at the homecoming game.
Bright red sweaters were purchased this
fall for this band. All of the members of
the pep band also participated in the lar-
ger Concert Band which presented its
"Ice Cream Concert" on the University
lawn in May. Some of the pep band mem-
bers pertormed in smaller instrumental
ensembles which were heard in recitals
and on television this year.
FRIE DS UNI ERSITY-C0 MUNITY ORCHESTR
The Friends University-Community Orches-
tra completed its fifth concert season this
spring. The orchestra presented three concerts
which featured a variety of music from the
eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centur-
ies. Some of the works presented were Boch's
"Coffee Cantata,' Franck's "Organ Concerto",
Beethoven's "Fifth Symphonyn, Hovhoness'
"Trombone Concerto No. 3", Bizet's "Carmen
Suite No. 2", Franck's "Symphonic Variations
for Piano and Orchestra' ond Strauss' "Emperor
Waltzes." Members of the orchestra also per-
formed in o recital during the Bach Festival.
This orchestra continues to provide the resi-
dents of Wichita and Friends students an op-
portunity to study, hear, and perform some of
the greatest orchestral compositions.
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shaw, Mary Wilbur, Carole Criss, Dorothy Heidebrecht, Weldon
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BOOTHS AND ENTERTAINMENT
"Man, this is cold!" shouted Larry Rowley. This scene is from the AKT's ndunking booth.
Cherry Carnival was held this year
to furnish funds for the remodeling
of our newly acquired student lounge.
Booths ranged from a ring toss to a
fortune teller. The entertainment
consisted of a pie-eating contest,
"the Beatles", and a skit by the
KON's. The highlight of the evening
was the crowning of the Cherry Car-
nival King and Queen.
A highlight ofthe entertainment was the Friends
U. version of the "Beatles." 'Swinging here are 61
George Adams and Henry Shields.
i'Lemme out of here!"
On your marks, Get set, . . .
A race to the bottom
The champ gets a 'reward' from a fellow contestant.
PIE EATING CONTEST
. . GO!
Lo! The champ reigneth!
Last year's King and Queen.
Marlin Fredrick and Yadira
Gonzalez, present ihis year's
King and Queen with the tra-
ditional cherry pie and bou-
quef of roses.
The long wait is over, The mad rush begins.
The part that hurfs The mosf.
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fo get my class card signed
. . . Please?
The class of '67 got acquain-
ted af a party of Aley Park.
The Sophomores losf the "Battle
of fhe Little Bighorn."
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Left to right Thomas Edwards Manager, Helen Foxworthy, Helen Powell, Matha
Rush Ann Kllewer Dave Mendenhall, Carleta Strutt.
Seated - left to right: Dave Mendenhall, John Prickett, Superintendent of Build-
ings and Grounds, Tawatchai Jantawong. Standing: Gary Fuqua, Bob Minter, Gary
Young, Phil Rhodes, Larry Mardock, Ron Dillon, Milton Carpenter.
ALL SCHGOL FORMAL BANQUET
The highlight of the social year at
Friends was the second annual All-
School Formal Banquet held at the Civic
Playhouse November 'l6. Approximately
200 people enioyed the fine food and en-
tertainment in the form of "An Evening
with Rogers and Hammerstein,"
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Sports Center was the scene of the
Friends U. annual walk-out. Friends
notched their first conference win of
the season with a convincing 95-89
verdict over College of Emporia. This
event was one of the best attended of
all recent walk-out festivities. All
enjoyed a good time skating although
many had bruises and soreness as a
Boy, you sure have got big feet.
The Real McCoy
1. The stone football is to be brought ea
F.U. OUTSTEALS. OUTSMARTS W.U.
The week of March l-6, 1964, saw a brief
but lively revival of an old rivalry between
Friends University and Fairmount Collegefnow
The unworthy object of this rivalry was an
old football, whose present existence is
A bit of the history of this piece of stone
is found in an article in the November 26,
1930, issue of 'University Life' which reads:
"The mammoth stone football, weighing at
least 300 pounds, is the symbol of victory
that is carried away from the Turkey football
game each year, b the victorious tedm.
"The Midian Shrine Circus presented this
trophy to the presidents of both schools. The
trophy is known as the Midian football and re-
poses on the campus of the victors on a spe-
cial pedestal furnished by the Quiring Monu-
ment and Stone Company.
"Tentative rules suggested by Fred Whit-
lock, manager of the Midian Shrine Circus, to
govern the award are as follows:
ch Thanksgiving Day by the school in whose
possession it has been during the previous year and placed on a section of the field to be
reserved for it. At the close of the game, the ball is to be carried off the field by the winning
school from which it is not to be removed until
the next regular Thanksgiving game.
2. The ball is to be properly cared for by the retaining school and is not to be considered
as an obiect of college raids or depredations of any sort. Either school may officially carve
upon the pedestal what they choose but the bal
3. ln case of a tie game, the ball is to be
year. ln event of a tie the first year the bal
turn, to be decided by the flip of a coin.
l is not to be marred in any way.
retained by the school holding it the previous
l is to be kept by each one half of the year in
4. Further arrangements concerning the disposition of the ball may be made by an agree-
ment of the presidents of the two schools."
From this time the history of the football
becomes rather obscure. lt is known that the
Tuesday night, Up the stairs . . .
last time F.U. played FairmountCollege as such, Fairmount won the game.Th9 gGmeS ceased
a few years later, since W.U. soon outgrew Friends and the Thanksgiving day contests be-
came too lopsided.
These facts were brought to light on Thanksgiving Day, 1963, by an article in the "Wichi-
. . . and into the hall.
An interested Wichita University student started looking
around for the missing football and by Sunday, March 'l, 1964,
she was sure she had found it on the Friends University cam-
pus. That night a group of W.U. students helped themselves
to the stone and carted it off to their campus supposing that
Friends students would never miss it. l
The Monday evening 'Beacon' covered the recovery of
the "Old Shrine Football' complete with picture and a state-
ment that it had been returned mysteriously and that "it looked
as if it had been in someones basement for 30 years."
Friends University students recognized the 'stone foot- l
ball' in the picture as what they had thought was an old rock l
at the North end of the administration building. They subse-
quently reasoned that since Fairmount College no longer ex- 1
isted, Friends had the right of ownership to it.
Wednesday night, W.U. raiders turned away.
A party was organized f?i and Tuesday night the trophy was stolen from the W.U. campus and returned to the
main hall in front of the library on the Friends campus.
W.U. students, not to be outdone, sent over a small raiding party Wednesday afternoon to take back their prize.
Friends students easily turned them away, and foreseeing larger raiding parties, they moved the rock to the 5th
floor of the main building.
Their labors were not in vain as it turned out, for that night a raiding arty of about 40 W.U. students came over
to find their trophy. They were disappointed when they didn't find it. They proceeded to search the buildings and
grounds of Friends campus amidst the ieers of 40 or more F.U. students who came to taunt their opponents. After a
couple of hours, the party was broken up by the police.
Complete 'Wichita Eagle" coverage of these events kept the city curious, wondering what would finally happen
to the football.
Thursday morning, some F.U. students got to looking around and
found several stones, resembling the 'football' on top of the building.
A news story was sent to the "Eagle" to be released Friday morning.
This story exposed the real identity of the rock.
Thursday night, as expected, the W.U. raiding party returned and the
rock was carted back to the campus on the other side of town. lt wasn't
until they saw the Friday morning paper that they realized the foolish-
ness of their previous night's work. The "Eagle" exposed the W.U. theft
along with the real identity of the rock much to the delight of Friends
The old proverb says, 'He who laughs last laughs best," and Friends
students and faculty members are still chuckling over how they put one
over on W.U.
Lucky thing they re off R E S I D
MEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL
Seated - left fo right: Ben Bennett,
Don Stands, President, Mrs. Erma
Blaser, Head Resident. Standing:
Roberf Kahn, Harold Rush, Ron Dil-
lon, Tom Clegg, Frank Schultz, and
Ready to serve their country.
A featured event of dormitory life
is the open house held in September
or October. Here, guests, who are
visiting the dormitories, ore being
served refreshments in the informal
lounge of the women's dorm.
LITTLE can be added to what has al-
ready been said about the magic that
sports play in a student body. Sports
play a very vital part in creating what
we call at Friends University "Falcon
Boys of all shapes and sizes go
out to make a team the rest of the stu-
dent body can be proud of. There is a
rough line to toe but many make itwith
a lot of hard work and find that their
achievement was well worth the strain.
ln the following pages are the pic-
tures of such boys of determination
and the gridiron, hardwood, cinder,
and diamond action that they took part
in during the year. We are proud of the
teamwork, sportsmenship, and effort
displayed by both students, coaches,
and players the past year.
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Don Stands. Second Row: Bob Moore, Coach, Robert Kahn, Frank Schultz, Wayne Wettstein, Gary Smith Kenny Green
Charles Thiessen, Tom Fisher, Rodney Spatz, Sam Wilkey, Assistant Coach. Third Row: Jerry Bogle, Benny Bennett
Norman Cubbage, Larry Armstrong, Ray Lansdc-wne, Larry Rowley, Jim Morris, Bruce Campbell, Mike Schepls Tom
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Harold Rush is behind The defender and ready to
snag the pass.
Mike Schepis shows two ways fo catch a ball.
First Row: Keith Rucas, Larry Thompson, Gary Smith, Steve Groninga, Jim Ellis. Second Row: Titus Daniels, Odus
Isaacs, Rodney Spatz,Jim Morris, Keith Hull, Charles Thiessen, Harvey Ludwick, Mickey Rooney. Third Row: Coach
Bob Moore, Ron Dunson, Bob Layman, Marian Spatz, Tony Ashworth, Jim Sibley, Bruce Cambell, Coach Sam Wilkey.
48 Doane fNeb.Q 79 Doane Tournament Friends
7I Sterling 65 Friends
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First Row: Jim Dunbar, Jim Ellis, Gary Smith, Bob Jones, Rodney Spatz, Larry Thompson, Don DeGrazio, Noel Zahn.
Second Row: Sam Wilkey, Coach, Al McGinnis, Frank Schultz, Bob Lyons, Odus Isaacs, Jim Sibley, Ron Dunson,
Marian Spatz, Charles Thiessen.
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Frank Schultz and Bob Lyons work a "double play'
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First Row: Warren Elliott, Jim Ellis, Norman Lindal, Phil Schepis, Dale Parker Seco d
Row:hJ. B. Newland, Jerry Bogle, Harold Rush, Jim Morris, Bruce Campbell, Bob Moore
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Oklahoma Christian College Relay
Bethel, Southwestern College
Tabor, Sterling, McPherson
Fred Hoyt, Coach, David Mendenhall, Phil Rhodes, Gary Conover, Mickey Rooney, Marlin Frederick, Ray Lansdowne.
March 23 College of Emporia and Kansas
April 3 Bethel
April 17 Bethel
April 22 Emporia
April 28 Bethany
May 4 Kansas Wesleyan University
May 8 Befhcny Cross Country
May ll-l2 Conference Meet
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JERRY D BOGLE GERALD BRADFIELD
Economics 8g Business Administration NEVA LOUISE BOHL Hefllfhl Phys- Ed- 81 Recfecfion
Speech and Dramatic Art Not Graduating Administration, Biology
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LOLINE BRADSHAW CLEORA BUCHMEIER
Music Education Elementary Education,
History, Psychology, Music
LIDA CARPENTER HARLEY CHEEVER KAREN CHISHOLM
Economics, Secretarial Training Not graduating Home Economics, French
JANET CORZATT CAROLE CRl'SS RICHARD DAVIS
N01 graduating Not graduating Not graduating
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ROBERTA DELLENBAUGH MARLENE DICK PAUL DONHAM
O Elementary Education, English Elementary Education Health, Physical
Education, 81 Recreation
MARJORIE DOWLING DUANE DYER J. E. EHRSAM
Psychology-Sgciologyl Bible, Greek Not graduating
REMA FAIRBANKS ROBERTA FARNEY SONIA FAUST
Elementary Education, Home Economics, Not graduating
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MARLIN FREDERICK BOB GILPIN MARY KAY GOODMAN
Nat graduating BioIO9y, Chemistry, Mathematics, Music,
JOHN HANNA ELIZABETH HARRIS HARRIET HATFIELD
Economics 8. Business Administration, Elementary Education, Sociolqgyl 2nd Major, History
CARL HERSHBERGER -
Health, Physical Educationa Recreation SHIRLEY HILL DAVID JOSEPH HUTCHCOCK
Mathematics, 8K Biology English, French Sociglggyl Psychology
DIANE HITZ CAROLYN SUE HOWELL JANICE ANN HOWERTON
N07 9"0dUCTif19 Organ Elementary Education, Bible
RICHARD JACOBY SHARON LEE JANTZEN CAROL LEE JOHNSON
Not graduating Elementary Education, Music Not graduating
ROGER LAWRENCE KIRK
JERRY J. KINTZEL , , FRANKIE LOU KLIEWER
Elementary Education, Economics
Bible, History 3, Business Adi-ninisfi-ation Elementary Education, Biology
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Not graduating ENESISIWI SPGZCIW
HARVEY LUDWICK JOSEPHINE LUPTON
Mathematics, Health, Physical Elementary Education, History
Education 81 Recreation, Physics
Health, Physical Education,
Recreation, Music, Biology
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Not graduating Biology, Chemistry and Physics
Elementary Education, Art
ALBERTA PLUSH DOROTHY REIMER SHARON RICKARD
Elementary Education, English Secretarial Training, Elementary Education,
Home Economics Home Economics
BILL ROLLINS A. F. ROSSITTO HUBERT SMITH
Agriculture, Industrial Arts English, German Industrial Arts,Sociology-Psychology
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TOM STRANGHONER VIULA TEUBNER
Industrial Arts, Health, Elementary Education, Home Economics
Physical Education, 8. Recreation
WARREN TOWNSEND HARLEY UTTER RICHARD WALKER
Music Education Bible, English Elementary Education, English
GWEN WARD A MYRNA WASHINGTON LOREL WATTS
Health, Physical Education, 81 Elementary Education, Health, Physical Education, 8.
Recreation, Biology, Mathematics Sociology-Psychology Recreation, lndustrial Arts, Biology
MERLIN WILLARD KATHLEEN WINTERS
English, German Secretarial Training, French
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JUNIOR CL ASS OFFICERS
Seated - left to right: Judy Farney, Treasurer, Carol
Jay, Secretary, Barbara Brannon, Chapel Representative.
Standing: Frank Schultz, Vice President, Bob Minter,
President, Roger Suddeth, Chapel Representative.
Joqb Barbosa Jack Bdrfieff
CLASS OF 1965
Sharon Benesf Nick Block Ruby Bohl
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Barbara Brannon Lloyd L. Brown Rebecca Bunfon
Erma Byrnes Milton Carpenter Dick Casey Doris Conyers Glen Conyers
Marilyn Crifz Nancy Derringer
Norman Cubbage Verlin Drinen Nelda Edwards
Judy Farney Don Freeze Ann Fuqua Gary Fuqua Shirley Gardner
Olive Gillmore Yadira Gonzalez Susie Gribble
Dale Harper Larry Harrington Don Hommertzheim
John Huffman Lois Jackson Carol Jay Robert Jones Marilyn Kintzel
Conti n ued
ROY Lansdowne Eno Leach William Malter
Jim Mercer Robert Minter Carol Ott
Barbara Peck Eugenia Peterson Patricia Peterson Joan Reber
Irene Reimer Avis Reynolds Carol Roberts
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Raymond Rollins Jack Ropp Larry Rowley Harold Rush
Karen Schlegel Sue Schuessler Frank Schultz
Gary Smith Ted Smith Wayne Smith
Charlotte Soofer Terry Strahm Roger Suddeth Mildred Thompson
Loyd Townsend Phil Tucker Larry Tweet Mcry Wilbur Marion Zook
CLASS OF 1966
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Left to right: Joan Stovall, Treasurer, Phyllis Winfrey,
Secretary, Randle Hope, Chapel Representative, Jerree
Pitts, Chapel Representative, Mae Fulfs, Vice Presi-
dent, Gary Conover, President.
Ruth Barbosa LoAnna Basore
SOPHOMCRES K enne ,i Bishop
Jenn i fer Cook
Rose Marie Estill
Lana Lou Mock
CLASS OF 1967
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Seated - left to right: Ann Parker, Treasurer, Susie
McDonald, Secretary, lngrid Leo, Chapel Representa-
tive. Standing: Lewis Campbell, Vice-President, Phil
Schepis, President, David Quick, Chapel Representa-
Lenora Anderson Mary Kay Armstrong Gladyce Baldwin
Fredrick Paul Dopp
James Ellis, Jr.
Betfy Lou Hixon
Ronald Dun son
Mary Beth Logan
Ruth Ann Knight
Sandra Sue McDonald
UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS AND
NEW STUDENTS SECOND SEMESTER
R0beI'T Boewe Don DeGrazio James Dunbar Robert Griffin
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Rufh Hepler Joyce Maxine Higgins Ray Holden
Bender, Merle. . l4,45,49,88 Dedrick, Lillian . .
Bishop, Connie . . . 'l7,32,35 DeOliviera, Ralph .
Blaser, Erma . . . . . . . . 15,5O,72 Dietrich, Francis .
Buchanan, Verna . . . 2l,4'l
Cardwell, Bette . . l0,'l6 Ed d Th
Casada, Pauline . . . 20 war S' omas i
Chadwick, Violet . . . 16
' Chappell, Travis . . . 15
T A Clark, Evelyn. . . . 14,45 Finley, Lois . .
Cobb, Amy .... . . . T5 Fleming, Vivian
Adcly, Dorothy ..... . . . l7 Cook, Dorothy , . . . T6 Foster, Walter .
Allen, Alvin . . . . . 20,50 Craven, Dorothy . . 'l4,-45 Frye, Cleo. .
Gilpin, Loree ...,.
Greenfield, Mary . .' .
Hartley, Faye. . . .
Hatfield, Opal . .
Haury, Elsa . .
Hearl, Doris .
Hidaka, Harry. . .
Hinshaw, Verlin .
Hafer, Peter .
Hoyt, Fred. . . .
Jacks, Hazel . . . .
Jantze, Dale ....
Johnson, Robert . . .
Joy, Margaret .....
Kassouny, Marie . . .
Lamkins, Robert . . .
Langley, Albert , ,
Lawrence, Esther . .
Layman, Fred .....
Lombar, Catherine. .
McGrath, Donald . . .
Meyers, Robert . . .
Miller, Phillip . .
Moore, Robert ,,,,,
Nagley, Philip . . .
Noel, Dale .... .
Palmer, LoErna . .
Parris, Wayne. , . ,
Penrod, Mabel ....
Perisho, Mary Emily
Perisho, Ruth ....
Perry, William ,,,.
Phenneger, Alethea .
Platt, Essie .....
Prickett, John ....
Raines, E. Lee ....
Ray, Roy ...... .
Riney, Cecil ,.,,,
Roberts, Lowell . . .
Shelton, Lolita . . .
Smith, Alfred . . .
Sparke, Doris . . .
Sutter, Belva .....
Swanson, Kiersti . . .
Warner, Pat . . . .
Warner, Wayne .
Werts, Mattie . .
Whitaker, Tom , ,
Wiebe, Hubert. , ,
. . . 21,4O,45
. . . 22,46
.. .... 19
. .... 15
. ....... 19
. ...... 68
. . . 23,35,41
. .. 12,45,47
.. . 15,73
. . . .23
. . . 23,45,66
. ..... 16
Wilkey, Sam . . . . 23,76,77,79,83,97
Wyatt, Mariorie ............... 20
Adams. George ....... 26,47,52,61,88
Alter, Jerry . . .
Amey, Carol . . .
Anderson, Lenora .
Armstrong, Larry. . .
Armstrong, Mary Kay 10,27,42,46,-49,108
Arnold. D011 ................ 54
Arnold, Raymond .............. 45
Ashwoffh, Tony 3o,4o,52,54,63,79,80,1o4
Back, Martha ........ ........ 9 7
Baldwin, Gladyce . .
Barbosa, Joab . . .
Barbosa, Ruth . .
Barlett, Jack . . .
. . .27,52,104
. . . . . 52,97
Belew, Larry . . . ........ 52,54,97
Benest, Sharon ........... 27,52,98
Bennett, Ben .... 3O,44,62,71,72,76,77
Berry, Robert . . . .......... . 109
Binford, Sue ....
Bishop, Kenneth . . .
Dorsey, William , . .
Drake, Sharon ....
Drinen, Verlin . .
Drury, Robert . . .
Dunbar, Jim . .
Dunson, Ron , ,
Dyer, Duane .
Eberly, Sam ....
Edwards, Nelda ,
Ehrlich, Larry . .
Ehrsam,J. E. . .
Ekwo, Okon ....
.. . . . . 34,52
. . . 26,35,40,67,71
. .. 3O,79,83,110
. ..... 35,52
. . 27,3o,35,105
... . . . . . . 90
. . 45,48,50,105
Elliott, Richard .............. 71
Elliott, Warren ........ 44,84,85,11O
Ell1s, Jim .....
Blackman, Betty .
. . . . 32,52,59,109
. . . . . .. 109
Blevins, Lana .... .... 4 2,105
Block, Paul Nickolas ......... 62.98
Boewe, Robert . .
Bogle, Jerry. . 40,41,42,43,44,45,76,77,
Bohl, Neva ....
Bohl, Ruby ,.,,
Brehm, David . . .
Brown, Linda . .
Brown, Lloyd . . .
Buchmier, Charles .
Bunton, Rebecca .
Burnett, Patty. . .
Byrnes, Erma . . .
Campbell, Bruce .
Campbell, Lewis .
Cardwell, Tom . ,
Carpenter, Lida .
. . . 32,36,88
. ........... 88
. . . . . . . . . 98
. ........ 89
.. . . . 38,52,98
. . . . 32,38,43,52,89
. . . 76,79,84,85,105
Estill, Rose Mary ............ 105
Fairbanks, Rema Jewel . . , . . 90
Farney, Judy ........ . . . 97,99
Farney, Roberta . . . . 90
Faust, Sonia . . . . . 90
Finley, Jean .....52
Fisher, Tom ................ 76
Fitzgerald, Stanley ....... 26,552,110
Frederick, Marlin 10,26,40,45,52,56,
Freeze, Donald .............. 99
Frost, Helen . . . . 27,51,105
Fulfs, Mae. . . . . .104,105
Fuqua,Anr1.. .. .....99
Fuqua, Gary ............... 68,99
Gardner, Shirley ...... 28,50,52,70,99
oallmefe, Key. .. T ....... 105
Gillmore, Olive. ......... '. . . 100
Gilpin, Bob ................. 91
Gonzalez, Yadira . 33,41,45,50,52,63,100
Goodman, Mary KUY . . 38,40,42,43,45,91
Carpenter, Milton . . .
Casey, Dick . . . . .
Cheever, Harley . .
Chisholm, Karen .
Christy, Edna .
Clegg, Tom ....
Cline, Cecilia . . .
Coke, Jonathan ....
Conover, Gary ....
Conyers, Doris .
Conyers, Glen ,
Cook, Jennifer . .
Corzatt, Jan . .
Cox, Lynette . . .
. . . . . . 86,46,50,99
Cfdmef, Patti ....... 32,46,51,52,109
Criss, Carole .... 33,38,52,54,55,70,89
Critz, Marilyn. . . . .
Cubbage, Norman , ,
Daniels, Titus . . .
Davis, Arvella . .
Davis, Dick ......
DeGrazio, Don ....
. . . . 30,76,99
. . . 26,35,44,67,89
Dellenbaugh, Roberta. . . . . . . . 90
DeLong, Tom .....
Derringer, Nancy. . .
Dick, Marlene ....
Dill, Jeanette, . .
Dillon, Ron . .
Dodd, Virginia ,
Dody, Dennis .
Donham, Paul .....
Dopps, Fred .....
. . 45,5O,99
. . 52,54,68,72,105
... .. .. 109
Green, Connie . .
Gregory, Karen . .
Gribble, Susi . . .
Griffen, Robert. .
Griswold, Linda .
Groninga, Steve .
Gross, Bill .....
Hadsall, Savilla .
. ......... 44,76
. . . 28,29,37,52,11o
. . 28,50,52,1o0
. . . . 44,79
. . . . . 35
Hallakson, Spencer . . ...... 110
Hampton, Ronald .
Hanna, John . . .
Harper, Dale . .
Harper, Dennis . .
Hatfield, Harriet .
Hayes, Bill ....
. ... . . . .91
.. ........ 91
Heidebrecht, Dorothy ........... 55
Hepler, Ruth . , ,
Herrington, Jon ,
Higgins, Joyce . .
Hill, Shirley . . .
Hitz, Diane ....
Hixson, Betty. . .
Holden, Ray ....
Hommertzheim, Don .
Hope, Randle . . .
Howell, Carolyn .
Huffman, John . .
. . . 40,42,43,45,50,91
. . . 38,88,48,52,92
. . 26,41,1oo
Jones, Bob . . .
. . .28,63,108,112
Hughes, Mike . .
Hull, Keith . .
Huss, Robert . . ., ......... 72,110
Hyde, Weldon . ..... 52,54,55,71,110
lmbuye, Enock ........... 35,45,71
Isaacs, Odus . 30,44,79,80,81,83,85,106
Jackson, Lois . .. .... 37,46,5O,73,100
Jacoby, Richard ........ 10,30,35,92
Jantawong, Tawatchai . 26,35,45,68,71,
Jantzen, Sharon . 41.43,47,50,56,88,92
Jay, Carol . . , 36,41,50,70,72,73,97,1O0
Jensen, Pam ......... 28,45,52,111
Johnson, Carol . . .
Johnson, Daryl . .
Johnson, Kathy. .
Jones, Gary . . .
. . 2s,42,49,111
Jones, Sharon ........ . 37,50,52,111
Kahn, Robert .....
Kimmel, Carol .............. 111
King, James . . .
Kintzel, Floyd . . .
Kintzel, Jerry. . .
. . 106
. . 106
. . 42,92
Kintzel, Marilyn ........... 42,100
Kirk, Roger .............. 30,92
Kliewer, Frankie 28,47,50,63,64,69,88,92
Knee, Kathy ........ 33,47,52,65,93
Knight, Ruth Ann
Koleczek, Linda ............. 111
Koester, Marilyn 33,39,43,45,48,50,73,93
Kraft, Ronald . . .
Lavender, Donna .
Layman, Bob . .
Leach, E. .... .
Learned, David. .
Lemmons, John ,
Leo, Ingrid ....
Lindal, Norman. .
Logan, Mary Beth
Lonneke, Mike . .
Lowry, Ron ....
Lygrisse, Glenn .
Lyons, Bob . . .
. ......... . 26,35
. . . .. 44,76,85,101
. . . 28,29,46,108,111
. . 79,80,81,82,93
. . . 26,67,88,93
McCartney, Maxine .... . . 112
McCasIin, Bob . .
McClure, Terry . .
McDonald, Sora. .
McDonald, Susie .
McGinnis, Al . . .
McKean, Pat . .
Madison, Donald .
Malter, Bill ....
Mardock, Larry . .
Martin, Joy . . .
Martin, Pat ,..,
Mason, Joseph .. .
Mathis, Larry . .
Maxwell, Don , ,
Maze, Terry . . .
Medley, Lauren .
Mercer, Darlene .
Mercer, Jim ....
. . 28,40,46,48,106
. ........ 83
. . . . . 29,106
. . . . 52
. . . . .. 42,93
Michelson, Dennis ........ 48,71,112
Manref, R6bef1 . . .10,26,40,42,45,46,48,
Mitchell, Robert ............ 52,7'1
416616, Don ........ 31,43,54,94, 107
146616, wayne . .4o,41,42,43,44,47,as,94
Constance ..... ....... 1 12
Morris,Jim , , ,
Moss, Virginia .
Neifert, Dan . ,
Neifert, Enid . . .
Nelson, Albert . ,
Nelson, Robert , .
Newland, J. B. . .
Oden, Luvenia . .
O'Neal, Robert. .
Ott, Carol .....
Overholt, Robert .
Parker, Ann , ,
Parker, Connie .
. . . 76,79,84,85
Parker, Dale ..... 42,46,70,84,85,101
Pearson, Anita ........ 34,57,59,113
Peck, Barbara .... 29,37,48,49,50,101
Peterson, Anne, , 34,46,48,49,52,54,113
Peterson, Pat. . .
Pickett, Thorald .
Piggott, Pat . . .
Pitts, Jerree . . . 27,29,39,40,54,73,104
Plush, Alberta ............... 94
Pugh, Vivian .
Quick, David ., .... .. 108,113
Ratzlaff, Sheila .
Reber, Joan . . .
Rees, Jane . . . .
Reimer, Dorothy .
Reimer, lrene . .
Rhodes, Phil . . .
Rich, Ron . . .
Ritchey, Vicki . .
Roberts, Carol . .
Roberts,- Kent. . .
Robinson, Joe . .
Rollins, Bill . . .
Rooney, Mickey . . .
Ropp, .lack ....
. .. 34,40,s0,101
.. . . . 29,50,94
. . . .. 29,52,113
. .. 10,39,42,52,102
.. . . . . 42,48,102
Rossitto, Tony ........... 45,50,94
Rouland, Joan ........ 37,412,113
Rowley, Larry 3l,44,47,61,74,76,78,102
Rucas, Keith ........ 75,79,80,81,82
Rush, Harold ..... 31,40,44,46,63,72,
Rutherford, John .............. 71
Schepis, Mike. . .
. . . 31,44,46,74,76,78
Schepis, Phil. . 31,40,45,48,85,108,113
Schlegel, Karen .
Schmidt, Dick. . .
Schuessler, Sue ,
Schultz, Frank ,,,,
Shields, Henry . .
. . 61,72,113
Shinn, Betty . . ........ 29,51,107
Short, Marian ............. 50,107
Shugart, Faith . . .37,40,46,50,52,73,102
Sibley, James ............ 79,81,83
Smiley, Frances ........... 52,113
Smith, Gary .... 44,46,60,76,79,83,103
Smith, Hubert ...... .......... 9 4
Smith, Lorry . .
Smith, Sharon . .
Smith, Ted . . .
. . . 26,40,45,46,103
Smith, Wayne ..... .......... 1 03
Sooter, Charlotte .......... 52,56,'103
Spatz, Marian 33,44,75,79,80,81,82,83,85
Spatz, Rodney ...... 33,76,79,83,114
Speer, Virginia ............... 95
Stands, Don .
Stauffer, Norris .
Steeby, Dale ....
. . 44,52,72,76
Stoneberger, Garry ........... 45,95
Stovall, Joan ....
Strahm, Terry ....
Stranghoner, Tom ,
Strutt, Karleta . . .
Suddeth, Roger . .
Swafford, Mary . . .
Taylor, Judy .....
Terrell, Louis . .
Teubner, Viola .,,.
Thiessen, Charles. .
Thompson, Larry. . .
Thompson, Mildred .
Thorstenberg, Jim , ,
Tiaden, Judy .....
Townsend, Lloyd . .
Tucker, Phil . .
Turner, Nancy . .
Tweet, Larry . . . . .
Utter, Harley ......
. . . 57,59,104,107
. . . 35,44,95
. . 34,6a,114
. . 26,197,103
. .. 50,107
. ..... 95
Vance, George ...... . . . 42,46,107
Vaughn, Doyle . . . . .
Venneberg, Betty . . .
Walker, Richard ....
ward, owen .... 33,34,40,46,50,aa,96
Washington, Myrna. ,
Watts, Larel . . . .
Webb, Rosy . .
Webster, Norman .
Weills, Renee. . .
Wettstein, Wayne. . .
Wilbur, Mary .... .
Wiley, Sarah .....
Willard, Merlin ,,,,
Williams, David . . .
Wilson, Michael Carl
Wilson, Mike .....
Winfrey, Phyllis . . .
Winters, Kathleen . .
Wright, Mildred ....
Yates, Roger ......
Young, Gary ......
. . 39,52,5s,103
.. ..... 42,107
. ...... 107
Zahn, Noel ............ 54,71,83
Zehr, Oletta ...... ...... 3 7,96
Zongker, Sharon . .
Zook, Marian , , ,
. . 34,45,52,114
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HAVILAND FRIENDS CHURCH
Paul W. Barnett, Pastor
NORTH WICHITA FRIENDS CHURCH
Glenn Sanders, Pastor
22nd 81 Jackson
WEST GLENDALE FRIENDS CHURCH
9M miles south of Plains, Kansas
Robert Hutson, Pastor
FIRST FRIENDS CHURCH
6th and Sylvan Street
Ray K. Fitch, Pastor
ARGONIA FRIENDS CHURCH
Arthur Binford, Pastor
OKLAHOMA CITY FRIENDS CHURCH
330 S. E. 62 Street
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
SEILING FRIENDS CHURCH
Bradley Fisher, Pastor
BETHEL FRIENDS CHURCH
John Havens, Pastor
STAFFORD FRIENDS CHURCH
BOOKER FRIENDS CHURCH
TULSA FRIENDS CHURCH
'l7'll E. 'lst
WICHITA, FRIENDS CHAPEL
ll0l S. Glenn
Weston Cox, Pastor
GRAND JUNCTION FRIENDS CHURCH
2460 Orchard Ave.
Grand Junction, Colorado
Olen Ellis, Pastor
GLEN VIEW FRIENDS CHURCH
2 miles south, lk miles west of
Glen Elder, Kansas
"The little church with the big welcome"
2001 Maple, AM 5-90l8
ROSE HILL FRIENDS CHURCH
Rose Hill, Kansas
Alden Pitts, Pastor
UNIVERSITY FRIENDS CHURCH
University 81 Glenn
John Grover, Pastor
LOWELL FRIENDS CHURCH
Baxter Springs, Kansas
Robert 81 Edith Williams, Pastors
CHEROKEE FRIENDS CHURCH
305 S. Penn.
SERVING WICHITA STUDENTS AND FAMILIES SINCE 1910
For Men For Women
Florsheim - Winthrop Florsheim - Vitality
Stride Rite - Buster Brown
DOWNTOWN LINCOLN HEIGHTS
lll E. Douglas Oliver 8t Douglas
LOOK at your shoes
OTH E RS DO
TAYLOR'S SHOE REPAIR
LOOK AT YOUR CLOTHWG
IF SOILED OR OUT OF PRESS
PHONE FO 3-2312
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811 MAPLE WICHITA. KANSAS
is a full servlce
bank, which means if is for every'
one . . . student, individual, 'fam-
and corporation. Won'+ you come
in and see
us, soon . . . Have you
FOURTll NATIIINAL BANK
amd, TRUST COMPANY 'Wfchfaf
Evenvone Iamovs ICE CREAM
I nm waananaaa
6 locations to serve you:
221 N. Market
A Friend of Friends
f 501 N. Broadway f 2145 E. Zlst. ff 3804 W. Douglas
WON'T YOU I '
1 2157 N. Market 'k1760S.l'llllSlde + 508 E. Harry
RETAIL " HARNESS
SUPPORT LTWHDLESALE .
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In wrcr-rr 'I KANSAS
PHONE WH 3-1235 65Ul WEST KELLDGG
THE TALISMAN ADVERTISERS
C, E. Chester J. E. Chester
CHESTER TYPEWRITER SERVICE
30 Years of Dependable Repair Service in Wichita
255 North Main Street Telephone AMherst 4-2607
Wichita 2, Kansas
Hermes - Remington - Victor - Burroughs
Frankel Ribbons - Stencils
WICHITA'S FINEST BOWLING
extends its congratulations
to the class of 1964
ROSE BOWL WEST
520 N. WEST
U35 KEUFFEL S ESSER CO.
ld Z H. c. BRADY, INC.
139 N. TUPEKA
WICHIT KANSAS PHONE AM 5
Drafting and Engineering Materials Reol E51-Ofe Appraisals
Drafting - Reproductions - Surveying - Optical Meterology l0l35iE:iI:2gKEl:1'!1:Lng
Audio Visual - Photogrammetry AM 4-0395
' Enjoy Banking . ..
Wichita State Bank
Some Friends Univer-
sity students enioy 72' W- DOUQl6S
some of the tasty pas- M b FF d ID -H
mes found at JONES em goipggraggjs'
JONES DONUT SHOP
T601 WEST DOUGLAS
Extends its congratulations to
The Class of "The Bank that Friendly Service Built"
THE BETTER BOOK ROOM
, , , STAR ENGRAVTNG COMPANY, Hou , T
Religious Supplies for MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND STA ONERS
Chu,-Ch and Home JOHN C. cooK, P.o. Box 131, WICHITA., Ks. P , WH
358 N M AM 5428i
official photographs for the
BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS
STUDENT PHOTOS, INC. T
PHOTOGRAPHS FOR ANT' OCCASION
217 S. Sycamore AM 2-66TT
Fords Flower Shop
2431 Won Douglas
Phono WH 3-1441
Printing - Offsef - Mulfilifh
AM 2-4041 315 West Douglas
HEMPHILI. INSURANCE, INC.
Insurance Exchange, Inc.
I urance for every
B 6 Person I d
1650 E. CENTRAL U FO 3-6121
CALAVAN MUSIC CO.
woo E. DOUGLAS WICHITA. KANSAS
'Home of the school musician'
UNION SHEET METAL WORKS
Sheet Metal Contractors
Tile 8: Slate Roofing
Warm Air Heating and Ventilating
1811 Ea D gi Dial AM 4-4697
CLASS OF '64 - '
Congratulations - you now have
the cornerstone on which your
future can be built-
THE Bgffff COMPANY
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2 N 130 NO. MARKET - 810 W. DOUGLAS
319 East Douglas W'CH'TAf KANSAS
INSURED sAvrNGs 1 it ,. Home LOANS
"l am a foreign exchange student studying at Friend's
University and sponsored by Grace Presbyterian Church.
Nly native country is Thailand. ln September, 1962, I
enrolled at Friend's and upon the advice of my sponsor,
I opened a savings account with the First National Bank.
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Dedicated exclusively to the Man-On-Campus who
insists on the "Natural" look of traditional apparel.
GAS SERVICE CO.
Diamonds are forever
Visit LEVlTT'S where quality has been a
tradition for over three generations.
Natural Gas for Home and lndustry
F' NE DIAMONDS PLEDGE A LIFETIME OF LO E
JEwEi.ERs - 222 E. ooucLAs
"More BEST Cabs to give
SIMON SUIIDIIIES WWW MAPLE AM77321
you the BEST Service
no Sofe, courteous drivers.
We olso operate the Airport Limousine Service
Athletic Equipment Try our truck division for Iost pockoge deliveries
Data Processm E ul mem Economy Laundry 81 Dry Cleaners 402 wear Maple
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Trad of Quagfg H
Congrafuladions and Bes+ Wishes
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ILAYSVILLE STATE BANK
A GOOD PLACE TO DO YOUR BANKING
BUSINESS SINCE 1919
E EQUIP? . 1. . ,, J I
5 Extra Coverage Special Rates
2 -usually much MORE -usually LOWER than
Q than you now have you are now paying
0 ! INSURANCE
2 Raymond Shelton 2
3 151 s. Athenian WH 3-1793
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Talisman ADVE RT I SI N G I ypg
helped pay for this book "'VW 1 3
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Class of '64
. . . and to the entire student body
and faculty of Friends University.
For over 62 years Buck's has been
a staunch supporter of Friends
University. Best wishes, aIII
Anita Pearson lclass of '67I looks mighty
attractive in this navy rayon linen walking
suit trimmed with white buttons, found in
the Young Colony Shop on 3rd floor at
.S'18.98. Complementing her costume are
her white shortie gloves - and her navy
calf handbag priced at 58. 98.
ARMSTRONG ICE CREAM CO .... . . 126
BEST CABS ............. . . 126
BETTER BOOK ROOM .. . . 123
BOEING ........... . . 124
BUCKS ........... . . 127
CALAVAN MUSIC CO. ............ . . 124
CHESTER TYPEWRITER SERVICE . . . .. 122
DECOURSEY'S ............... . . 126
DULANEY JOHNSTON 8. PRIEST ...... .. 124
ECONOMY LAUNDRY 8. DRY CLEANERS ..... 126
FORD FLOWER SHOP ...... . . 127
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK. . . . . 121
FIDELITY TITLE CO. .... . . 122
FIRST NATIONAL BANK... .. 125
GAS SERVICE CO ..... . . 125
GOLDSMITH'S ..... . . 126
HARRY SHEPLER ....... . . 122
HAYSVILLE STATE BANK . . . . 126
H. C. BRADY CO ......... . . 122
HEADS SHOES ........... . . 121
HEMPHILL INSURANCE CO. . . .. 124
HENRY'S ......... . . 125
JAY CLEANERS ...... . . 121
JONES DONUT SHOP . . . . 123
KEUFFEL 8. ESSER CO. .. .. 122
LEVITT'S JEWELERS .... . . 125
PANTS RACK ..................... . . 125
PEPSI ............................. 121
PREFERRED RISK MUTUAL INSURANCE ..... 127
ROSE BOWL WEST .... . . 122
SHARPE PRINTING CO. ................. 124
SIMON SUNDRIES ............. . ......... 126
SOUTHWEST FEDERAL SAVINGS Si LOAN ASSO. 125
STAR ENGRAVING CO. , ................ 123
STEFFENS ............ ....... 1 21
STUDENT PHOTOS INC .... . . 123
TAYLOR'S SHOE REPAIR... .. 121
TREND STORES .......... . . 122
UNION SHEET METAL WORKS... .. 124
UNIVERSITY PHARMACY . . . . . 122
WICHITA STATE BANK .... . . 123
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