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OJIQQFII GZEF. 378 T144 1965 TallSIl1aIl nf MID CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Mndwest Genealogy Center 3440 S Lee s Summa! Rd Independence, MO 64055 , Wav, , , W WMV Q ew Di J W W WWA My !Xfx 9V Big W' W ,mfjbka vp? W1 fi ww QAM' BMW , WSW C Eff M566 C9'U" f3?f'f'M'q' mm ww ll? DM? IL UM 6L5Qf6LM Mar 5?l-im E25 Mm?-ZAETM Wwwglgwga ,veg +3 U ily REM XLQQ JLLFQL M 'W QA TALISMAN 1965 I FRIENDS UNIVERSITY o WICHITA KANSAS I MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY MlD,C0N-1-INENT pug'-gc LIBRARY 3440 S.L ' S 't Rd. lllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lndepend:1r?e,LIllInf5m6b055 3 0000 13141971 9 We are building. As part of the booming city of Wichita, Friends Uni- versity is growing to keep pace. Externally, a beautiful fine arts building has grown from a blueprint to a reality. Working together, students have been able to build a student lounge of which they can be proud. But Friends University is building in other less noticeable ways which we tend to forget. Using the bricks of scholarship, athletics, and social activities surrounding a cornerstone of Christian ideals, Friends U. is building men and women who are engineered to stand as landmarks in Wichita and -society everywhere. Talisman '65 reminds you that we are building in many ways. 2 Wi!! ,MJWGJ CONTENTS Administration Student Activ t es Sports Classes if if ??wiB42 'rfr 1 ' Jgwd QM ' . mv- A M49 Six,-,wiffv-1 K , W, 1 1551 L W' '????UwWMhqWwMpmw ,ML W WG iw W, si if mf its 4 y Qfgfffyf ....-.i I To You We Dedicate DR. ROBERT R. MEYERS R The Meyers family fleft to rightl: Mrs. Billie Meyers, Karen Kay, 15, Devon Dee, 5, Robin Rex, l2, and Dr.-Robert Meyers. ln a time when everyone seems to be preoccupied with himself and his own problems, it is refreshing to find someone who has a vital interest in everyone and everything around him. Dr. Robert R. Meyers is iust such a person. As an English professor at Friends, he passes on his enthusiasm to his students. Dr. Meyers' rather illustrious experiences include study at Oxford University, editing the Daily Free-Lance, a small Oklahoma newspaper, and public speaking. He received his BA. degree in l948 from Abilene Christian College, graduating summa cum laude. He received his M.A. from the University ot Oklahoma in l950, and his Ph.D. from Washington University in l957. He has been on the faculty at Friends University since 1960. Dr. Meyers seems to have an interest in his students. Because he cares about us, we dedicate the l965 Talisman to Dr. Robert R. Meyers. . TALISMAN ' 65 4 Q Q K5 Jiefipb lxlry Q8 tjgmf if OUR 'H Qfigigg xiii iw CHANGING W li NQQQEJ CAMPUS tb, slim, al X .7 'L ' r ' A ff ,Atl e ' -ee- g, S' K J' 4' X Q X-,H I 1 1 V I . nr 1 F 1' Out of the dreams and efforts of many interested people, our Fine Arts Center is rising. Following the ground- breaking last year, the work has steadily progressed un- til it is now nearing completion. Music, art, and drama students especially will appreciate this addition to our campus. , The-Senior class of 1964 presented the school with the flag pole and flag which decorate our campus. The mar- ble base reads "Presented by the Class of l964". On "A" floor ofthe main building is another student presen- tation,only this one was not the work ot only one class. The Student Lounge is a gift to the student body from the student body. 5 DAVIS ADMINISTRATION BUILDING "Upon a sunny Kansas plain, our college fowers rise high." On any clear day, Wichifans can see The Tower of the Davis Adminisfrafion building. The building which houses classrooms, ad- ministrative offices, and a museum was named for James and Anna Davis. The Davises purchased The property and gave it To the Kansas Yearly Meeting of Friends To become known as Friends Univers ity. , w 'K M av 5- ,rf-.4 MEN'S RESIDENCE The Men's Residence Hall, which houses 86 boys, was nearly full to capacity this year. The build- ing was built in l958. The Women's Residence Hall, built 'the same year, houses l02, but it has not been filled. is Sumpter Hall is the home of the cafeteria, the Home Economics and Art departments. lt was dedi- cated in l95O and is named to honor Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sumpter. SUMPTER HALL WOMEN'S RESIDENCE I l , A. P xQ iI'i5l. it 1 5,21 'j.i, Q' 1 Kr 'fi' wil' r. Q: VY' if 31 'l! a 5, l" STANLEY GYM NASI UM Named for the first president of Friends University, Edmund Stanley Gymnasium is a prominent building on campus. Physical education facilities are housed here. MUSIC HALL 1965 marks the end of an era for Music Hall. lt's beautiful and functional replacement is nearing completion. Music Hall has served Friends University well. lt was originally built forthe ladies dormitory, but was converted to a mens' residence shortly following the second world war. ln 1947 it became known as Music Hall and now it is being retired. U s AGRI-ARTS BUILDING q The building which houses the industrial arts and agriculture departments at Friends University was at one time two separate buildings. Classrooms and metal and wood shops are contained in the Agri-Arts building. MARK REEVE S CABIN The log cabin on the campus of Friends University should be of Interest to every student The logs of which It IS built were donated by the owner of the original cabin which was un Sumner County Another smaller cabin of logs from the same site is now in Fellow Reeve Museum 9 ADMINISTRATION ........l I 10 --1 MEM W pygyifwf FACULTY Mfafgf f? feii affW ..t f5'w5Q1,JW f I 12 uf W 4 '. , 1 HTGQNVI E' Lf MEET PRESIDENT RAY Dr. Roy Ray began the current school year as interim president, but before the year was over, Friends University welcomed him as her ninth president. Dr. Ray came to the Wichita area in T956 as the organizing pastor of St. Mark's Presbyterian Church in Haysvillepln l96O, he began teaching in the philosophy department at Friends U. on a part-time basis. A graduate of Bethany Nazarene College, Dr. Ray received his Bachelor of Divinity in T949 and his Doctor of Divinity in T958 from Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Kan- sas. His dissertation was on the relationship of the church-related colleges to the church. Civicvand community affairs have received much of Dr. Ray's interest since coming to Wichi- ta. He served as chairman of the Campus High School organizing committee in T957 and was president of the, Campus High School board from i958 until 1962. A Dr. Rlay is married to the former Delma Walker of Cushing, Oklahoma. They have two daughters, Carol and Dorothy. ' ' ' We wont to offer a sincere welcome to the new first family of Friends U. We know great things are in store for lall of us. T2 f?s'+f,..i, - . A-fa." '. - Board members Milton Ross and Paul Brown, along with J. E. Alexander and Dr. Young, look on as Alumni President Phil Mellor breaks ground for the new Fine Arts Center. The Friends University Board of Directors has had a busy year. Without their progressive efforts, our year would have been much less successful. Under their auspices,the construc- tion of our new Fine Arts Center is nearing completion. Due to their untiring efforts, we have a new, energetic president, Dr. Roy Ray. The Board is made up of representatives from each Quarterly Meeting of the Kansas Yearly Meeting ot Friends plus several members at large. This 38-member board is re- sponsible for the top decisions of our Christian, church-related college. PAUL BROWN Chairman Board of Directors ADMINISTRATION Familiar faces that are known to the student Body are those of Dr. Dorothy Craven., Mr. Merle Bender, and Mr. Wayne Warner. As Dean, Dr. Dorothy Craven is primarily responsible for those duties relating to edu- cational activities. Mr. Merle Bender, Direc- tor of Public Relations and Development, serves this vital position with tireless ener- gy and enthusiasm. Our Business Manager, Mr. Warner, very efficiently handles the school finances. To these administrators we are greatly indebted. Mr. Merle Bender U Dr. Dorothy Craven , I f Mr. Wayne Warner , ' " Q :g.36...,+ ,:.-..., -.. ADMINISTRATIVE PERSCNNEL ' vi ', A ' ful J 14 si 'S 'B '5 V: 1'-1591. x .. 'F V , ,5, ,g5. " - ' K' -.S-.., l .ff , X ' . T9 f " '33, V .1 " A f I ,.. X75 . Y , I . . - 1 ' A .- ' I E. f N . .1 r . .1 Lb a ' Q X rl Q vs, - .1 ,- 1 -ff -. , af A :Xi w 'Eg izfhf'-. ' .N if , ' "MA" ' ,f - - . tif " 7 ig., .f:"fl??, W ts .: or 4, .-. ' f f wie F1 Y I 'if A' 9 p ' 5 X , Q ,l . A L, I 2' g.. ., Evelyn Clark, Registrar in :USS James Director of Student Personnel Bob Drury, Director of Alumni Relations David Hitchcock, Admissions Counselor STAFF di. Q . f 2 ,yi N its 5 i 52,491 gifgzfjfigigi' ' 1 yy,-tip 1 MQ att K , , - ,, wa H wg, M. - . v4j,,, I ., my ht I I l iff. 25-153 , ' ' f i f . I. f an 3' yt, M f Q . V ' 'H tif' if J' . "','if- N' i 3 ' v , i r. if Y . ' 4' ,SX V is K 1':4"" ,f1f" 5 l s,t't A mi, I '4 5 Janet Brown Carol Breriemun if ' I ' jy f . ,1 ,," . School Nurse, First Semester Secretary to Music Department 'fi ' I V ' L . '?47V"t ' V if A s rrre fe',' A , 1-its - ,N N- .X . 1, ,WG--., , :J lx --K . 5' gi 1 A U X1 ' ' ' " ' p-4',N ' A 5-4 h - 'nl- scisfv '5f'4'?J .ii ,f qxgvg Nfl Q gc- N in Q-is X-fu lj, .xx-'f3i'..,1..grax-7 .Y' gm - - , -:wifi-ms wxxvxfii - Erma Blaser Head Resident, Men's dorm i , i i l l 1 i i l i l V P l i I K E g Es, it 3 Betfye Cardwell Travis Chappell i Secretary in Admissions Assistant Librarian 1 Arriy Cobb Doroihy Cook Phyllis Durr Lois Finley . Llbfafldn Registrar's Assistant Registrur's Assistant Secretary to the President 3 25 gi. A my i i, F 1 l i l s i i s E -'rms ,,,., V . -.,.t ... -.g: 1 ' 'A-.54-1 N " -M v z. ient X ,xi Y I , , X my friix ffm ,' x -- ' v., 5 wg . -,Avi ,Q t- " - Y if-.Kal ug, 'yl Q'-E95? ' U -Q YN ax' Q M F .' .Q ii' 'Sf X igfliiks 3' it X ' iii'-e,-usage , , 1 L-fe - Cleo Frye Secretary to Director of Alumni Relations l 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q s i Sue Kimmel Secretary in Student Personnel Patti Rucas Receptionist Second Semester if i 1 '-1.5117 f", limi , , yi: . V Mi ,,, ,xr , .asm - Wx rg' ga... ,Qs k Pauline Gibson Mailing Assistant , 1 . ,iq- fi' 7 . if X . --, 'fgvf 'V 1, . i K? 3 R+-f Lana Lune Receptionist First Semester Lalita Shelion Head Resident, Girls' Dorm mg HJ, Opal Hatfield Fred Hoyf Secretary in Public Relations Museum Cumtof . ,-.nav I 1' EXW! , wi 'iff M ' , , gm 5- s We-4 ' . . 5 . fx' h, 1. -1 ,' , , 'bm' I . . mp- , , if i in i 1 Ruih Perisho Darlene Robinson Bookstore Manager Secretary in Business Office Pat Warner I w, Secretary to Director of Muxmf 'm?'5 Development and Public Relations Rfglsffm 5 Assistant , ' ' 1.4. 'a 'AM fi 3069, X. , iraq? , 2. - X' .g- V ,VE f,,e'f"' X S h 56,1 I U .5 iv l J I-A, . Yi FACULTY l , ef- ,VV i7,v A 5 'X 1 NY 4-PM V 1' .pf.f-31? ist. Friends University is proud ofthe high quality of its faculty. As Christian ,- ' v Teachers in a Christian college,they have produced and are producing out- standing graduates. Each teacher, in his or her own way, is helping to j.-,1,:'Zlf1?2,g15'1jq' J, 1.13.5 1. , pap -' -, jg? 1, build the character as well as the knowledge of the students. The brick of ffl 'g-A1532 f 4 mf- V-..v-: -vf' 1, 1-:LL 1 scholarship is the most important one for any school, and the faculty of A ,,f,,qH,-1gg,:,g.Q iii:-iS'?',,' Friends University helps fo make it strong and durable. , 'f ,ef IQEQLSI ' - -243' f p,v'ffL'i":L1' :fre-ft-tis? f - -.4125-'f. ,fi-1i:1',,z1ag5 On the following pages, you will see the master builders, the teachersof ' Friends University. James Abrell Speech and Drama 51 'fx s:+?if,'f?f,g,f'W s ' " 'gwjl " 1' ,. Q J, -' x WK Jtnnnv- D0"0fl"Y 'Addt' Alvin Allen MUSIC Education Pauline Casado Connie Bishop LeRoy Brightup History and Political Science A11 Bible sic 1 IN LaVerla Cooley Spanish 11 'f ' 'mf ' ,I ,. . 'P ,, , if ' -g 'ri' 1 . , x 1 5 , ---,.-.. ,X ,, , I . , L V X. X 7,1 "'5l-..L.- Verlin Hinshaw Bible Lillian Dedrick Robert Dove Elsa Houry Elementary Education Biology Music . 1,4 ,,,,, F an .v ,E ' 51 iz. - P fr f . i XL' " 2 , . ' 2 L M rg flu A- A T",- if '. 1. ff 'ff , , ,V , V ,W , . y . 5 , f , e L57-' ' , 1 'gifffl I x ! r D91 1 11 'ff 3 . JL Robert McCormick Biology Norris Hodge Dale Janfze Economics Secondary Education Robe,-1 Johnson Margaret Joy Morie Kossouny Pbysigs Music Music A . , , all V f-vwgdjyt ' .. M Q .J- re-wi'i , J 'Nr' -q-Q-af' ,,,,f 'V' f-"-"J, P-sq,-...4 IWN Robert Meyers Philip Mille' Roper' Moore . English Mathematics Physical Educatzon Philip Nogiey Political Science my-M5 'i Dole Noel Wayne Parris Chemistry Sociology Mabel Penrod Mary Emily Perisho Essie Platt Matbemalics English Secretarial Training, English X Lee Raines Agriculture G R NN: - ,i "an, W Y Q l-'. 'ik i 1 E, '.il.'i 'f"' H 9 'iff' -A 1 Karin Rieger Cecil Riney French Music Belvc: Suffer English and Education Leila Thomas Hubert Wiebe Accounting Imi'usIriaIA1ts X 1 1 1 ,Z J , ,- , W , ,,,,,t.L,- V f "jf Alma Sapp Music 'VN Kiersii Swanson Physics and Mathematics Som Wilkey Physical Education Q., Alfred Smith Psychology Pauline Wine Physical Education 5: .- .fl F Q, . J 2. If TUDENT ACTIVITIES ir C J. C. Abrell - Sponsor .fr A Mel Conant Gary Conover l-CNY Ehrlich Keith Harrington Tony Ashworth Raymond Bagshaw ALPHA KAPPA TAU This has been a year of activity forthe men of AKT. Rush Week produced many pledges for us. Parties at Conover's, hay- rack rides, the Cherry Carnival booth, our gifts to a needy family at Christmas, selling carmeled apples at the football games, buying new sweatshirts - these were some of our activities. Our group was well represented on the football and basketball teams, the honor roll, dramat- ics, and various other extra-curricular activities. Not Pictured: Eddie Brown Norman Lindal Larry Rooney Richard Bagshaw Ben Bennett Robert Boewe Steve Buxton Tom DeLong Jerry Hughes WQYFIS Dilts Ronald Dunson Odus Isaacs Richard Jacoby Bob Laymon Chester Lewls Bob Lorenz Gene Mclrnell Don Maxwell Mike McKenna Jim Mercer Don Moore Chris Norton G- ' Ga ry Smith Way ne Wetfsfei n T Q. gi? . ,. , 5' ' X 'gi' ' i - I E ,WX ' , "f - 4-'V ' Connie Bishop, Sponsor ' NOT PICTURED: Jeannie Finley Donna Kinney Sally Lonneke Virginia Mitchell ,Charlotte Sooter Marian Zoak ,N Carol Amey F Nancy Breneman DELTA RHO ALPHA NU Ghosts, Frankenstein, Dracula, vampires running around in Delta Rho nightgowns - a night- mare? No! lt was a MONSTER PARTY sponsored by the Delta Rho Alumni - and we were oft with a 'screaming' start. A Delta Rho - A.K.T. hayrack ride was soon followed by Rush Week's formal and informal 'Roaring Twenty' Party, which meant digging mom's and dad's old clothes out of mothballs. Pledge Week brought a 'Pledge Sneak' and the search was begun. A tour through a 'certain- state-college-library' soon revealed 'l7 pledges who were eager f?l for initiation proceedings to begin - and they did!!! The Pledges were soon put to work on several different proiects, such as the selling of Home- coming Mums. ln December, Delta Rho and A.K.T. ioined together for a Christmas Caroling Party which took them to the North part of town to deliver a turkey, food and gifts to the eight children ofthe family we adopted for Christmas. Although Christmas vacation sent us all in different directions, sixteen of us still managed an 'evening out' which included a show and dinner at The Holiday lnn. As the old year was left behind, we in Delta Rho can look back and be 'proud of the accom- plishments of the following girls: Nancy Breneman, Linda Brown, Juanita Chance, Donna Kinney. and Ruthie Knight for being elected as the Falcon Cheerleaders, Judy Tiaden who was our 'I964 Homecoming Queen, Janet Forcum, Donna Kinney,and Ruthie Knight who were Homecoming Queen Attendants, Jeanne Woods, who was the 4-H State Winner in Home Economics and won a free trip to Chicago, Carol Roberts, who did a tremendous iob when she played Chopin's Concerto with the Friends University-Community Orchestra, Kathy Knee, who won Fourth place in N.A.T.S., Char- lotte Sooter, who was Soprano Soloist in the BACH CHRISTMAS ORATORIO, Juanita Chance, Paulette Logue, and Vickie Breneman for fine performances in the play LIFE WITH MOTHER, and last but not least. Pat Martin and Nancy Turner who acquired their MRS. Degrees. The new year proved to be as exciting as the old. New uniforms were unveiled, formal initia- tion was held, parties and get-togethers were planned, a May Breakfast was attended and the year came pleasantly to an end with a Delta Rho-A.K.T. Spring Banquet that will not soon be forgotten. For Delta Rho'Alpha Nu, it has been a wonderful year! Ruby Bohl Sharon Benest Neva Bohl Vicki Breneman Linda Brown Juanita Chance 1 "Gee, the Delta Rho actives were sure sweet ? to et us out o bed and lake I I g I us to breakfast!" ll 1 , f 1 f . Y V Q J A I 1 Sharon Drake 'Orangel Orange! Who has the orange?" i ff LD' Carol Finley Kathy Knee fiv e A, 3' 4.gr Janet Forcum Ruth Ann Knighf Susi Gribble Linda Griswold Wilma Lampher Paulette Logue , 7- IW'- -... K . i 1 Trudy Miller DELTA RHO ALPHA NU Continued 'Parr of the Kansas City Follies, maybe?" ' ..,.,. ..,... . ...,-,,,.....,- ,Q...,4.-..--.:-L .-...fL-:-f,,..a..f1:1':-'ff' --f-. -4.,,-M,.,.,1,. ...,,., "Ca1olRoberZs seems to be enjoying this game!" 5 Pat O'Neale Carol Roberts Nancy Sullivan Sondra Tinker -' Judy Tiaden Renee Weills Sue Zahn Sharon Zongker KAPPA OMEGA NU The year '64-'65 has proven another successful year for KON. One of the main highlights of the year was the Hillbilly lnformal Rush Party fchug-a-lugl. During rush week the KON's gained twenty-two pledges. With this type of boost, KON's had a good year to look forward to. A hayrack ride with our sister society, lota Theta Mu, got our social functions off toa good start.A formal and informal rush party was followed by an informal initia- tion and a formal initiation for the pledges. The annual KON Pizza Party during homecoming week was a big success. And if that wasn't enough, we planned a stag party right after that. Before Christmas, we had a carol- ing party with the lOM's. Then on New Year's Eve we had a real swinging party at Bob Minter's. Second semester proved as active as first semester. Again the KON's had their Valentine Sweetheart Ban- quet and elected a KON Sweetheart. This year KON's had two booths at the Cherry Carnival which proved most successful. On March 'l3, the Kononians left on their annual spring trip. This was the event of the year that every loyal KON looked forward to. The KON Alum- ni Banquet was a very important event of the year. At the end of the year, the KON's and lOM's had a book burning ceremony and school's out party. Stag parties and get-togethers with the lOM's tied the events of the year together. Not Pictured: Mike Allen Wayne Parris - Sponsor Joab Barbosa Rollin Bebee Bob Mitchell Sam Eberly David Quick Steve Groninga Jack Ropp Bill Gross Bates ghagv h Tawatchai Jantawong Roger ud et - Dennis Michelsen Bill Wycoff David Barbosa G- Dave Brehm Okon Ekwo Warren Elliott Richard Davis Stanley Fitzgera Dan DeGraz1o Mike Downing Marlin Frederick Dale Harper QM KAPPA CMEGA NU Conhnuecl Cbug-a-lug , Frank Higbee Larry Harrington John Huffman Davy, Davy Crockett - King of the wild frontier. Henry Jack son Larry Newby Ronald Kraft Ron Rich Don Madison Terry Sfrahm Robert Minfer Terry Murray Charles Thiessen Mike Wilson IOTA THETA MU The school will never be the same after the lOM's unique year. The year started out the same as ever, with the annual, IOM-KON hayrack ride with Connie Dowers driving the tractor. No wonder several people fell off. The rest of the year was really different. Rush week came before any of us were really ready, but Rush proved to be an explosive success. The formal party was at Marian Short's home and the informal party was at Asbury Methodist Fel- lowship Center. The secret rites performed there are not to be discussed but several people ended up in iail. Eighteen pledges went through a grueling initiation week that began with a "come-as-you-are" breakfast at Karen Gregory's home, and ended with headaches for most of them. Those who were "delayed" getting to Pam Jenson's house for the initiation- slumber party deeply regretted their actions later when they had to write to Santa Claus and tell why they were bad. The Christmas breakfast fwith giftsl and the caroling party iwith KON'sl were really exciting. Our Formal Banquet, "Candlelight Serenade", was a big success with Marian Short and Randle Hope as Susie Snowflake and Jack Frost. Second semester proved as exciting as first semester with formal initiation and the Cherry Carnival. All the girls anticipated and were thrilled with the spring formal. The Senior farewell and in- stallation of officers caused a few nostalgic feelings, but re- minded us of all the memories brought by this unprecedented year of activities. Mary Kay Armstrong Ruth -Barbosa tk Barbara Brannon Jeni Cook Not Pictured: Sue Binford Linda Clark Karen Fleming Melinda Gardner Susan Jones Darlene Mercer Donna Reschke Essie Platt - Sponsor Connie Dowers Carolan Exon Shirley Gardner Peggy Gouchenour -21. 'ssof Joyce Corlcill Connie Eclgington ,,...- f fp ,J f'-x1 f ff IU? Connie Green Donna Green Karen Gre90fY Diane Hin Grace Humphrey Carol Jay Pam Jensen "Ha, Ha! My dolly wels and yours doesrz'Z." IOTA THETA MU Away away wzlb Rum by gum Rum by gum Rum by gum Sharon Jones Ingrid Leo HIC' Sherrie Lindsfrom Befty McCasIin Sara McDonald Susie McDonald Pot McKean ,fv- 43 'mf am -fs- xr Ann Parker Connie Parker Ruthcnn Parris Barbara Peck Genie Peterson Idor1't care what Dior says, I don't zbirzk it will ever sell Conti n uecl r I Jerree Pitts We szng our alma mater any tzme any place. .,g 5 wr-ff "Frankly, lprefer Mr. Edward's.' Marian Short Fcifh Sl'1U90V7 -. Vicki Ritchey I Mildred Thompson Coeto Weidner Phyllis Winfrey '95 '53-fl "?""' , 'Ui 'Ir YQ? Sharon Adams Sue Binford Sonia Fausf Kay Gillmore Diane Hifz Jerri Hoffine Carol Jackson Neva Bohl 'fir Erma Byrnes NOT PICTURED: OMICRON TAU SIGMA Linda Koleczek Virginia Mitchell Maxine McCartney Karen Sellers Faith Shugorf Phyllis Ward Mrs. Palmer, Sponsor Joyce Corkill M0filY"' Cfifz i I i i 1 ee- , 'Y Af" Ruby Bohl f'v'Q ' f A 'ev-vi' Connie Dowers June: Forgum Carol Franklin Connie Green Karen Gre9o'Y i i - ,.,.... ..-.-...A..-,.,.,.. , .. 1 x r R' 'Qu N nr-ff . he f 1 ,Z fi. ii Grace HUmPhfeY Lois Jackson Ruth Ann Knigh? Wilma Lampher Connie Parker Marian Short 35 'Wi 4N,,,f"X Carol Jay Donna Kinney N-41' ...X 1 Ella Lee Darlene Mercer -. R ,M f' ' 1 ,fgy , ,. Jeanne Woods Marian Zack Becky Bunton MU PHI EPSILON NOT PICTURED: Carole Criss Jeannie Finley Charlotte Sooter Mildred Thompson Esther Lawrence, Sponsor Carolyn Howell Frances McMillen Kathy Knee Carol Roberts Anne P eferson I- vb sf-.5 Sheiicl Rutzlaff 'E' I 4 ff H SJ Jerree Pitts Lorry Smith wr'-f STUDENT NATIONAL' EDUCATION ASSOCIATION BACK ROW, Left to right: Sue Schuessler, Betty Venneberg, Dale Harper, Bill Wycoff, Larry Mathis, Okon Ekwo, Ron Kraft, Nelda Edwards, Lynette Cox. FRONT ROW: Donna Green, Lana Mock, Joan Lofland, Connie Green, Shirley Gardner, Anne -Parker, Vickie Ritchey, Ruth Barbosa. WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE Left to right: Linda Brown, Co-Chairman, Mr. Phillip Nagley, Sponsor, Lewis Campbell, Co-Chairman, Robert Minterg Miss Jane Wil- Iiams, Regional Representative for World University Service. COLLEGIATE CHRISTIAN TI-me cabinet met regularly to make plans ee of In u ,ell so' 'II x fu, ,he Chris, mos Cho Pel l 91-ol-IP I1 Siuclent Player Io' I e FELLOWSHIP Lg. , . if I 1 I NP-5' U A ' 6 I STUDENT COUNCIL YEAR OF SUCCESS C3 A l STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Front Row, left to right: Dennis Michelson, KON, Anne Peterson, Talisman, Otus Isaacs, AKT, Ron Dillon, Singing Quakers, Nancy Breneman, Phi Beta Lambda, Sharon Drake, Delta Rho, Darlene Mercer, Women's Residence Hall, Marian Short, OTS, Karen Gregory, IOM. Second Row: Jantawong, Tawatchai, IRC, Ruth Barbosa, SNEA, Sara McDonald, Vice President, Linda Brown, CCF, Harold Rush, Men's Residence Hall, Don DeGrazio, Editor of Talisman, Steve Buxton, Treasurer, Lewis Campbell, Sophomore Class, Robert Minter, President, Dave Brehm, Phi Beta Lambda, Jim Mercer, Senior Class, Mr. Nagley, Sponsor, Sheila Ratzlaff, Mu Phi, Larry New- by, Freshman Class, Mary Kay Armstrong, Phi Sigma Gamma, Vicki Ritchey, Secretary. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Front Row, left to right: Vicki Ritchey, Secretary, Robert Minter, President, Sora McDonald, Vice-President. Second Row: Steve Buxton, Treasurer, Mr. Nagley, Sponsor. Student Council is probably the most active 'group on campus.More is done in this group to further school spirit and promote general welfare at Friends than any other group. This year's activities have included two walkouts, a new Student Lounge, a Fall Reception, Cherry CarnivaI,WorId Universi- ty Service proiect, All School Hike, Home- coming, Orientation, Model U.N., and many other activities. All these activities were well attended and each could be termed a complete success. In tact this year was a year of success for Student Council. STUDENT COURT YEAR or REVISION r STUDENT COURT MEMBERS Seated Left to nght Dennis Muchelson Carol Jay Sue Blnford Sara McDonald Don Moore Jerree Pitts Larry Ehrlsck STANDING Mr E Lee Rannes and Mrs Verna Buchanan The Student Court was organized ln the wlnter of 1959 and rn Its first couple years of existence lt was quite active Student Court was an attempt toward allowing students to handle their own dns clpllne problems This year a convocatlon was held to acqucllnt the students with the Court Revisions recommended by Student Council and approved by the student body gave the Court an added responsibility of governing the Student Lounge It IS hoped that the Student Court will grow ln use and scope ' 41 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB FIRST ROW, Left to right: Carolan Exon, Kiersti Swanson, Sponsor, Mrs. Whalter, Pam Jensen, Carol Alli- son, Mary Kay Armstrong, Susie McDonald, Sara McDonald. BACK ROW: Wayne Parris, Sponsor, Mike Wilson, Bill Hayes, Enock lmbuye, Vice-President, Philip Miller, Okon Ekwo, Kamana, Levi,Tawatchai Jantawong, President. PHI SIGMA GAMMA I Phi Sigma Gamma is an organization dedicated to the promotion of political affairs on the campus. This year the club conducted a mock election, debate between the two state congressional cancli- dates, and a chapel presentation by Jack Gloves and Garner Shriver's campaign manager. SEATED: Philip Nagley, Sponsor, Kathy Oppliger, Mary Kay Armstrong, President, Terry Strahm, Secretary, STANDING: Claude Neill, Terry Murray, Roger Suddeth, Robert Minter. LETTERMEN'S CLUB -"-.lv 1 - jf. ' TOP ROW, Left to right: Bob Evans, Wayne Wettstein, Lewis Smith, Odus Isaacs, Secretary-Treasurer Marion Spatzj Steve Buxton, Tom Clegg, Tony Ashworth, Jim Sibley, Dave Mendenhall, Steve Groninga. SECOND ROW: Ken Ander- son, Vice-President, Rod Spotz, Tom DeLong, Gary Smith, Bruce Campbell, Marlin Freclrick, Dave Barbosa, Harold Rush, Charlie Thiesen, Coach Bob Moore. BOTTOM ROW: Frank Schultz, Warren Elliot, Gary Conover, Dale Parker, Presi- dent Norm Lindal, Noel Zahn, Jerry Hughes, Phil Strange. SCORE Lettermen Faculty YE III Bob Moore lumps with Tony Ashworth Sam Wilkey and Tony Ashworth battle for ball J. H J k h h 1 f I rf en Dr Meyers and Ashworth go for rebound pjflginsgqeiogne pcm man or e erm STANDING, Left to right: Mike Mead, Jim Mercer, David Cole, Dave Mendenhall, Jim Sibley, John Rutherford, Don DeGrazio, Larry Tweet,Judy Tiaden, Mary Lou Easley, Vickie Breneman, Sharon Drake, Paula Brown. SEATED: Gordon Johnstone, Raymond Rollins, Dove Brehm, Bob Lorenz, Mildred Thompson, Claude Neil, Okon Ekwo, Mr. Hodge, Bob Minter. OFFICERS, Seated: Ro Rollins, Vice President, Nancy greneman, Secretary. Standing: Dave Brehm, Jr., President, Doug Jacks, Trea- surer. BETA LAMBDA NOIIVURG3 PROGRESS ffl? V Xgfv' "Ain't this a rough way to make a buck?" UNIVERSITY LIFE STANDING,Lftt 'ht: Ok Ek ,JffF bI,Sh D k,L M ' ' SEATED: Jan: Brgvilsger, vclacisrvile Nveil, Deon DZ'-Eirizio, GB-gl: Lxeriz, Viiginiztlggdd-llm Mercer' 44 UNIVERSITY LIFE Editor-in-Chief ....... Don DeGrozio Associate Editors ..... Virginia Dodd Claude Neill Business Manager ....... Bob Lorenz Music Editor ......... Carol Allison Gossip Column Editor . . Ruthann Parris Circulation Manager ..... Verlin Drinen Staff Writers ......... Jane Brewster Okon Ekwo, Jeff Faubel, Ron Lowry, Larry Mathis, Donna Reshke, Bud Stanley, Sharon Zongker. Cor-resgzondents . ...... Paula Brown, teve Buxton, Bruce Campbell, Dick Davis, Sharon Drake, Larry Harrington, Pam Jenson, Norman Lindal, Jim Mercer, Ann Parker, Beulah Pfnkerton. Photographer ........... Mike Allen Faculty Advisors .... Robert R. Meyers Miss Essie V. Platt Consultant . . . . Mrs. Pauline Wine , e ? R ffm-FW 'K ea TALISMAN STAFF Anne Peterson. . . . .... . . Dave Brehm ...... Ann Parker ....... Noel Zahn ....... Renee Weills Mnke Allen Staff members LeRoy Wlllls Bob Mlnter Gordon Johnstone . . . . . . . Sports Editor TALISMAN STAFF, Left to right: LeRoy Willis, Bob Minter, Ann Parker, Dave Brehm, Anne Peterson, Gordon Johnstone. Editor-in-chief Business Mgt OUR BUSINESS MANAGER AT woRK Society Editor Arlzst Photographer If Minnesota Fats makes this one we can afford to send the proofs to the printer' Editor Anne Peterson consults with sponsors Merle Bender and Wayne Pclrrls on flnol details 45 5 ' 2 COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA Under the direction of Mr. William Wade Perry, the Friends University-Community Orchestra had a very successful season, performing concerts.and enioying social activities. Amateurs and profes- sionals from Friends University and the surrounding community provided musical enjoyment for all. Music for the Royal Fireworks . . . . . George F. Handel Overture Bouree La Paix La Reiouissance Menuetto Symphony No. 24, B Maior, K. 'l82 . . . . . W. A. Mozart Allegro Spiritoso Andantino Grazioso Allegro The Walk to the Paradise Garden . . , , . Frederick Delius Ballet Music II from Rosamunde . . . . . Franz Schubert 46 FRIENDS UNIVERSITY BAND BACK ROW, left to right: W. W. Perry, Director, Dick Casey, Bob Fleming, Dick Busby, Tony Ashworth, June Cart- wright, Larry Belew. THIRD ROW: Jeannette Davis, Carol Allison, Don Moore, David Jones, Noel Zahn, Donna Reschke, Earl Whiteman, Ron Dillon. SECOND ROW: Sharon Zongker, Peggy Compton, Dick Casey, Sue Sullard, Wil- liam Elliott, Frances McMillen, Mary Beth Logan, Carol Criss, Jerree Pitts, Bob Overholt, Weldon Hyde. FRONT ROW: Carole Finley, Lynno Holland, Sandra Dunkel, Anne Peterson. This year s University Band, under the direction of Mr Perry had the most suc cessful year in recent history The instrumentation ofthe band Increased too total ot 32 players Highlights of the year were the formal concert in December and the Ice Cream Concert in April The band enloyed many social events together throughout the year 7 l l L i l l Zfyymggwg - gg ,fwzzy flaw! -fe -fe-r ew.y 4405 Mc, Q, aynfevfaffu e1ffza6 x!.Z6 44.1, ,2.!2c0 diff Vfedwf ,yfefz ,J l BACK ROW, Left to right: Mike Lonneke, Charles Stanley, Bob Warren, Bob Mitchell, Ron Dil- Clegg. THIRD ROW: Earl Whiteman, Dan Higbee, Weldon Hyde, Loyd Townsend, Norman Lin- Belew. SECOND ROW: Lynna Holland, Carol Roberts, Kathy Knee, Charlotte Sooter, Susi ' Z k Sh on Drake Shirley Gardner, Sheila Ratzlaft, Sue Sullard, Lorry Smith, Becky Bun- ' ng er ar , i Lggue, liliroko Ito, Judy Mason, Sharon Jones, Coeta Weidner, Nelda Edwards, Jerree Pitts, l 3 The Singing Quakers, under the direction of Dr. Cecil J. Riney, head of the Music Department, completed another 3 highly successful season. Auditions in the fall bolstered the membership of the choir to seventy-eight, to account for the largest group ever to be assembled in the school's history. The choir began its heavy schedule by singing at the Kansas Yearly Meeting of Friends in October. On December l3, Alumni Auditorium rang with an outstanding performance of the traditional Christmas Oratorio by J. S. Bach. ' The soloists were all extremely capable, including Robert Hale, Singer ofthe Year in 'l963j Robert Johnson, tenor from Chicago, Vivian Fleming, contralto, and choir member Charlotte Sooter as soprano soloist. One of the highlights of the year was in February when the Singing Quakers joined forces with the Wichita State University choruses and Wichita Symphony in a dramatic presentation ofthe Verdi Requiem. The Home Concert, given March 26-27, afforded an especially varied and inspirational program. Works performed in- cluded those by composers Cousins, Haydn, Bach, Luther, and Christiansen. J The choir concluded the season in May with Symphony of Spring. The Singing Quakers proved again their versatility by presenting light music from Broadway shows. 48 'Q ....,. , ., M, V, , .- ,, Y, ,, ,.,, ,li .Mis , U V, w,,:, c,. . ' 4' W- Q - . . ,. 2, ,,qg.s....n:ssse,,.s,..,f,, " ' . ' ' W - .. "r n.-ui '.' ...A i' 31-2-" .:'I'.vi. ,, ' ,., :.,v2,. ps..ZY. - 1,'. ' "Eel-. 1-,J-'.' 1- . . . . - ' . I lon, Don Maxwell, Tony Ashworth,Stanley Fitzgerald, Dick Busby,Kent Roberts, Nolan Pridemore, Marlin Fredrick, Martin Rhodes, Tom dal,Noel Zahn,.lack Bartlett, Dick Casey, Jon Coke, Gary Conover, Brooks Peek, Bob Fleming, Dick Wclttenbarger, David Jones, Larry Gribble, Jan Corzatt, Carole Criss, Karen Gregory, Pam,Jensen, Faith Shugart, Linda Griswold, Connie Dowers, Anne Peterson, Sharon ton, Judy Tiaden. FRONT ROW: Sally Lonneke, Peggy Compfon,Mary Lin Ray, Sharon Benest, Nancy Breneman, Carol Allison, Paulette Linda Brown, Ruth Barbosa, Vickie Breneman, Fran Smiley, Carole Finley, Sharon Adams, Grace Humphrey, .lune Cartwright. Dr. Cecil Riney 49 Bottom Ueft to rightjz Ruth Ann Knight, Juanita Chance. Standing Ueft to rightl: Linda Brown, Donna Kinney, Nancy Breneman. FRIENDS VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The cheerleaders wish to thank the student body for their fine participation and enthusiasm during the sports seasons. Donna Kinney I Ruth Ann Knight Juanita Chance 50 ,zu-Ulu 3.4 'K ,yt-Atg, V H3 iff, V fir:-,Mm y, . ' :- 5. Kx --,- A 3-1,-' miftfv. iff. ..- iii ., Qf 5' . WQZ, . I 115, "f ""W"'tM-' V iff. ,W - 1 W,-, 5 1 ..5.,g"j.Q1..3. 1 f . av F 5 W"b2.f3aq5sQf3s,,i.wz,gf,ggi - mg. H Nancy Breneman Linda Brown Queen Candrdate Ncmlnees left to rlghtj Lnncla Brown Nancy Breneman Donna Kinney and Judy Tladen The Natronal Bowling Association sponsored the first national professional bowlmg tournament ever held ln Wlcluta durlng the period of February T6 T9 Frrends Umverslty was one of the twelve surrounding umversltnes asked to nomnnate a candidate for Queen ofthe Tournament of Stars Four pretty coeds, Llnda Brown, Nancy Breneman, Donna Klnney, and Judy Tladen were chosen by the executive commnttee of STUCO Mass Nancy Breneman, a tumor from Benton, Kansas, was chosen by vote of the student body to represent Friends Unnverslty Mlss Breneman was one of the four fxnalnsts QUEEN OF THE TOURNAMENT GF STARS QUEEN CANDIDATE Nancy Breneman T TM CIRCLE K CLUB SEATED, Left to right: Verlin Drinen, Secretary, Robert Mitchell, President, Larry Ehrlick, Treasurer, STANDING: Wayne Parris, Sponsor' Ron Dillon, Milton Carpenter Enock lmbuye, Bob Evans, David Mendenhall, Ron Lowry, Robert Minter Harold Rush, 'David Brehm, Steve Buxton, l0kan Ekwo, Ron Ruch, Tom Clegg, Nick Block, Stan Fitzgerald, Terry Murray, Mike Wilson, Dale Harper, Marlin Frederick. One of the newest clubs on campus, Circle K has.proved to be one of the most active. Circle K is the col- lege division of the International Kiwanis Organization. The Friends University chapter is sponsored by the Wichita Downtown Kiwanis Club. The basic purpose of Circle K is service to school, community, and nation. No business is discussed in the actual meetings. All proiects and business is conducted by the Board ot Directors. Protects this year have included Bloodmobile, Student Lounge Drive, Clean-up Week, All-School Christmas Party, painting of parking areas, ushers for various events and many other small services. 52 s L BACK ROW, Left fo right: Noel Zahn, Kathy Knee, Jeanne Woods, Janet Forcum. FRONT ROW: Mr. Thomas Edwards, A. Kliewer, M. Rush, H. Forworfhy, D. Whiters, K. Stanley. Wilmar Syring, head of Maintenance, is hard at work cleaning up the fall collection of leaves. Q. ,, xm lx., fo 515.11 -wax W? .-.s,.. 'Q' ,fix 1:4 en CAFETERIA STAFF and MAINTENANCE HEAD The first walkout of the year was brought about by the surprise football victory over Bethel. The activities of the day included a hike to Alley Park, games and recreation at the park, and lunch served at noon. That afternoon all students took a well earned and deserved rest. WALK OUT Two THIS YEAR , .... L1 .Li Wolkoutl Walkout! We beat Bethel. The second walkout was inspired by a basketball victory over the league champi- ons, Bethany Swedes First, permission had to be obtained This meant a trip to the airport to meet Dr Ray as he came in from New York With two hundred and fifty stu dents yelling at him as he got off the plane Dr Ray had no choice but to grant the re quest The walkout activities consisted of a skating party This turned out to be one ofthe most entertaining events ofthe year Bob Mmter STUCO President negotiates for second walkout ofthe year 54 Q. To qualrfy for the honor roll, a student must have an earned grade pomt average of 2 5 or better and be carrynng at least l2 semester hours Those with a com poslfe credit polnt of 2 89 at the close of their senior year are ellgrble for mem bershlp In the Order ofthe Tower HONOR ROLL SEATED Left to rrght Jerree Puffs Carol Roberts Dons Grover Ann Parker Karen Gregory Sara McDonald Mary Kay Armstrong Joan Young Dlxle Snavely Anne Peterson Sherla Ratzlaff STANDING left to right Huroko Ito Harold Rush Barbara Brannon Ken Anderson Don Maxwell Bob Mmter Claude Nell Mildred Thompson Lana Blevms Leah McFarland Sally Lonneke Warren Elliott Earl Whrteman Michael Wilson Q f 55 UNITED NATIONS SEMINAR A WEEK or FUN AND EDUCATION Mr. Nagley catches a few minutes of sleep on the way' to New York. Members of the seminar wait for a guided tour ofthe U.N. Building in New York. Last on the subways of New York! At 5:00 A.M. on Saturday, October 3, 1964, there was launched from the Circle Drive on the campus of Friends University a iourney of thirty-two students with four counselors to New York City, the headquarters of the Uni- ted Nations, a iourney that continued on to Washington D.C., before ending at the same Circle Drive. The tour covered the organization and operations of the United Nations, and also key issues before the upcoming General Assembly. The group attended several briefings given by foreign delegates to the U.N. Of course there was the usual amount of sight-seeing side trips - Worlds Fair, Coney lsland, Empire State Building, Broadway play, Statue of Liberty, and nearly every other place in New York that makes it worth visiting. From New York the group traveled to Washington D.C. ln Washington the members of the tour visited a number of thefamous memorials. Aside from the regular sight-seeing trip the group had briefings at the State Department and the Pentagon. Following the briefing, the group visited the Russian and French Embassies. From there it was back to Wichita. To thirty-two students and four counselors the trip was a very rich and stimulating intellectual experience as well as an event that will not soon be forgotten. -Q-gf' A hungry group at the World's Fair. Preparing for an evening in New York. Readyl?I to leave for Washington D.C. Pretty things, aren't they? FRIENDS UNIVERSITY MGDEL UNITED NATIONS Because of the interest generated by the New York Seminar trip as well as the-Oklahoma University Model United Nations the Student Council along with the History and Political Science Department decided to host a Model United Nations. Plans called for a one day session. Students from sixty-six universities from four states and eleven high schools were invited to attend. The Model United Nations had approximately 260 students participating representing 70 nations. The session could be described as a lot of fun while being a tremendous learn- ing experience. Because ofthe first-year results, it is hoped that this will become an an- nual event. Plctured on the left standingj is Professor Philip Nagley the sponsor and advisor for the Model United Nations Seated are Miss Mary Kay Armstrong Secretary General and Robert Mlnter President of the General As sembly I 5 ll 5, ii E l Ll f L al l-,xl ll -1 '-"iv-Lck. ffJX'v.v1."Ul'L-lf., A,,14',,,QJ 'rv-r...,,.5 Uwfsjvaf- Y QL, feel. ff: LJLML TZQJC LL.. 9,11 Xg1f1'f IM- I .. Ng' ON- '5'A-QVQAJMJL an gem, ff-ff-rJ'u,.Q,,-.V AM'-C014 CN sa 77-v..lJL gin, af,.,..,34,,, N -2-2 figs., L,L..0uJwei2.sx Lia, I na, QW, ,,AQ,a..-f-ILQM C 'lL'-9Ja..,faJm..'4w,,,,..faJvg.-V iffn.--4-.f x.-.., .1 W 2150+ Pew-1L,Q,Ja'YELvF7MXr4.,e. Wwfvvw. .L.,...,Q-Jswwuoh Q47-KV Jl.v.l7,,+14A,L..,.s,.:wZLv:v Aww ,.,,-E, 2 ,va ,Ty Lv-blk KWWL G fm. -'aw Ji XA A-w.of D-Av-i' BOYS' DORM COUNCIL: Sfanding, Left ro right: Steve Groninga, Tom Clegg, Lloyd Liby, and Harold Rush "g"'W"6 ' Q , . O-.yvM,,.JSeated: Bruce Campbell, Bob Evans, Mis. Erma Blaser, Charles Thiessen, and Verlin Drinen. 1063- Fl'-""' A N, 7 41- l Jr l x',l.s' .J-MJ Slave, 607 .9 1-41 RESIDENCE 1 2 s Q Q1 I: 1 "l know if's new, but you still can'?. 5 keep your car in The dormiforyl' l l lm l ,ll u if f ss 1 ,- '7- LQ Q.,-f., ......qg-...Q-. ...., GIRLS' DORM COUNCIL: Left to right: Sue Buchanan, Jerree Pitts, Faith Shugort, Marian Short, Darlene Mercer, and Carolan Exon. Not pictured: Renee Weills and Miss Lolita Shelton. If you want to see action, live in a dormitory for a few days. There's very seldom a quiet moment. For instance, in the boys' dorm, you might find them scrubbing iloors at midnight, or at least throwing water all over the place. The boys do helpful things like this all the time. ln the tall, they even give haircuts tree of charge! And sometimes they even take compassion on the poor cold cars outside and bring them in by the fireplace to warm up. The girls' dorm is a little more subdued, but once in awhile the occupants get a little restless, too. ln the spring some of them get that "Spring Cleaning Fever" and give the engaged girls baths. One night a year, things really start iumping when each resident invites a guest tor the slumber party. This year, a Few of the girls cleaned the boys' car windows with soap fond water, the next dayl. All in all, this has been a good year tor the dormites. Why don't you move in next year and enioy all the fun? 59 1-10. - Y- -H. --W s --Af -'eff-V-V-----H M- - --- e - - f- ' -- - - . - ff-Lg - ,. - - V Y .e .,., as -.-. ,---.-:.A::,:..--f.Y....-.f ,,......-sn...s,:,,..J,s-,,ee.Sofa., ,, T4 9 QUEEN JUDY TJADEN .J J 1F A K HOMECOMING COURT 15 'Wh-'gary V Do K' y xx Lf- - - nn night J Stovall " ' HOMECOMING i965 The Senior display, Coyote Hill, took top honors. Just before the game, an enthusiastic crowd of rooters attended the bonfire. The dummy of a KWU player was burned. Queen Judy rode in o Pontiac, with sophomore class president, Lewis Campbell, as her escort. Queen Judy was crowned at halftime by co-captain Tom Clegg. The senior class won the trophy for participation. STUDENT LOUNGE A FULFILLMENT OF A DREAM E Dave Barbosa Joab Barbosa and Bob Mlnter enloy a good story The necessary clearing of obstruction and tenatlve plans of the Lounge were fmalnzed by the commlttee Thus year a Student Lounge Commnttee appointed by Student Council Presldent Bob Mnnter was able to completely remodel and fur nlsh what has been descrnbed as the nicest area on the Frlends Umverslty campus For several years the student body of Friends University has been In need of some on campus facility where students could meet during their free hours for re laxatlon and recreation The dream became a reality with a new Student Lounge on A floor of Davis Admmxstratlon Bulldmg The area that was granted to the Student Council of Marlin Frederlck conslsted of four rooms Ruth Barbosa catches up on some Pj kmttnng , ,V , . . .. A , ,..,. c,,. ,.,, , , ,4,M,WE,L1, s y 3 , , , , 1, ' X ' , ' i ' , 'Q i 1 11 I R 'gr' I ' I K . . . . I I ' ' . . . . , ' . vw ' -"' . . ,V l,-, K 5 .. in , y - . E-35:54 52, - 1 1. . . . . , ,, ,, TALISMAN ROYAL CGURT KING Steve Buxton and QUEEN Darlene Mercer 64 l.-uv. - , V ' ,,.g......,-EM..-,,.., -...,.:,-,-........-..... ,... ...,......,...... ..,..Y . , . S l . A HW , 'X , ml' VICkIe Brenemcln Freshman Lewis Campbell Sophomore Duck Waftenbarger Fresh man For Sharon Drake, Senzor Vlckl Ritchey Sophomore Bruce Campbell uruor M, ws... rim ,an- -,w, Q K 4 'L . . I . I . . I - - . I I J . It I -,,,.,n.-.. ,N., . ..,, Ti A f 3' , i k lp 1 ,' , . A I ' ' f , - l ff A -uffiw' . f- Y A., ' f ,vt 'f ' I' ... ,-'. ..Jf'T'7ff'.. .,f1,.-,,hell-,'1-.L,1---C J-'ff-:Lil ' Qfif ' gs- ' f-fl? Q A ' ' ' iv' "75'1- "fV' 1 f "-""7""'. ' HE R R Y ' ' A' ' " 1-:--- ' ' -A ' -....w,.:.. ' : 1b.:, - Ve ,. ..... - l Left to right: Noel Zahn, Ruth Ann Knight, Harold Rush, T. Jantawong, 5 J, - Suzi McDonald, Jerree Pitts, Nancy Breneman, Don Maxwell. OJ rl" A R N I vp King Tawatchai Jantawong 81 Queen Jerree Pitts. 'Evalinel' Left to right: Phil Rhodes, Tony Ash Gary Conover, Rick Tomlinson. worth, Mr. Faubel The king reigns! A L 66 , CARNIVAL See here, youn man we ll have no stuffing of 'r e ballot boxes' Last one In s cz rotten egg' A rand? But couldn t at wal? unfll after Mickey Mouse? Home' Sweet home' l1 ' If l let you poss me, then will you Who are you call in' chicken? fake your fingers out of my back? 67 MAY QUEEN MAY QUEEN Carol Roberts 54 K 1 I X 1 U 68 I 'fb'- fi Carol Jay 'Wx Q4 ATTENDANT5 2" Shirley Gardner Susi Gribble Sharon Drake Charlotie Soafe fi 'LW WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Barbara Brannon is President of Iota Theta Mu, Eight students were selected to appear in the 'I964-1965 edition of Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. These students were selected on the basis of academic achievement and services rendered to the school and fellow students. A quota ot twelve students is allocated from the Friends enrollment ot well over 600. The eight stu- dents nominated were Barbara L. Brannon, Whittier,.California, Stephen R. Buxton, Wich- ita, Verlin R. Drinen, Argonia, Kansas, Dale L. Harper, Derby, Kansas, Carol L. Jay,Hav- iland, Kansas, Robert Minter, Wichita, Carol Roberts,Canton,Ohio, and Mildred G. Thomp- son, Wichita. This is one of the highest honors a student can receive. Steve Buxton participated in football, basketball and a member of CCF and SNEA. She is a past and track.He has served as president of the Let- president of the Women's Residence Hall and terman's Club and the Sophomore Class. Steve former chapel representative. Her maior is so- is currently serving as treasurer ofthe Student ciology. Council and is a member of the Circle K Club. He is an Economics and Business Admimstra tion maior. .-.U H f ts' - . J. ,., G. ,J r. L . ,- V Y xx l ,wa if MLW rywi? rf flip if 'Vi ,C. Verlin-Drinen has been editor ofthe Uni- versity Life and has worked on the Talis- man staff. He is a former Vice-President of Circle K and is presently secretary. Verlin is a mathematics maior. ri 'Z " O X 1 W5 Q60 AXA. JCZNQ, umMQeV1Cu7 An Industrial Arts major and Biology minor, Dale Harper is currently serving as Vice-President of Kappa Omega Nu. He is a past president of Agri-Arts Clubs and is a member of S.N.E.A. He has served for three years as Honor Assistant to lndus- tri I Arts Department. Carol Jay has served as secretary and vice-president of Omicron Tau Sigma and is present State Chairman ofthe Kansas Home Economics' College Chapters of Kansas. Carol is also o member of SNEA, Iota Theta Mu, and she is an honor stu- dent. For the past two years she has 1 7 , t . Q e- s , Q2-ww Sz'-Lid.3r.:az"2:L1.Q.i.'Lzidm- CU'0"S idvvx 164'wfm,Q' LLLQAQNKBQ, fyybgd, Levant in A-6 1 H - - ' 4 - Lf W MCA CUPJ 0o4.6LZ,Q,f"5JQf Ziff-LL , 5 K , ...V-, rlm A Political Science-History and Econo- mics and Business Administration maior, Robert Minter was his freshman class vice-president, president of the Sopho- and Junior Classes, and president ofthe Student Council this year. He has served as a staff member of University Life and Talisman. Also, he has had memberships in Kappa Omega Nu, Circle K, Phi Sigma Gamma, lnternational Relations Club, Phi Beta Lambda, Collegiate Christian Fel- lowship and is the Honor Assistant of the History and Political Science Department. Robert is an honor student. Carol Roberts is a piano major. She is a member of Mu Phi Epsilon, Delta Rho, SNEA, and is an honor student. She has won numerous awards for her ability on the piano and has served as the accom- panist of the Singing Quakers. 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With a large number of young footballers and the best season in years, only one senior on the basketball team and a strong nucleus returning in baseball and track, it will be a very encouraging year for the 'FIGHTING FALCONS." FOOTBALL SENI Tom DeLong Steve Buxton Tom Clegg Safety Fullbcck Ottawa l9 Friends f Southwestern 32 Friends N Bethel 7 Friends I McPherson lil Friends , 4 FRONT ROW: Left to right - Bennett - Assistant, Strange, Vignery, Ellis, Frendle, James, Lindol, G. Smith, DeLong, Hughes, Zahn. SECOND ROW: Right to left - Easley, Ricketts, Spatz, Jackson, Rush, 1 74 ,l CRS Lrneman Gar Smith ack SQUAD Anderson Fredrick Marnell De Grazlo Assustant Coach Wllkey THIRD ROW Left to right Head Coach Moore Fisher L Smith Bar bosa Wxllls Isaacs Stowe Lxby Brown Norton Campbell Lewis 75 Marlin Fredrick End Sterling Bethany College of Emporla 49 Baker Kansas Wesleyan 21 Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends l E I . v . 7 . 41 ' 44 ' e l FOOTBALL Continued Q , iff i", lf Co-Linemon of the year Tom Fisher i Gordon Stowe ,.,.... Lew Smith -1' f., ' Norm Lindul J Dave Barbosa LeRoy Willis Ken Anderson Bruce Campbell Co Llneman of the year Rick Frendle 0.5, P' Y Zig 'Vi-3,,ng"a bfi fe: 2' as ru inrpufdxt 5 , pp V' ri! L' au.. 'Q Li LWQ .-md... +345- Ill I'-Il rv, Jn ,sm Jlm Ellns 'HEY' ll- P71 -4. Co Back ofthe year 2 Oclus Isaacs 11 '11 .1 qv 3 'I L Y- I 'fr X-f '- vin mmm file Henry Jackson Co Back of the year lfll ll ll ll ll 'E...l qw ...A 655 O 6116 Phxl Strange Gene Mornell Lloyd Llby Harold Rush 77 i L.. 1 f f 15" f ' '1- ' ' X 1 1 ff' . fr x . . T ' 1 ' ' . 11-..f. 4 K ,rs Q l x V --- --- ' fl - V L ' .' '.1xg',' 4- 'A . wt-ma.r - '- ""- ---1 lil' I VP? lv ' L-if 1 , a , . ' if-lb K' f-sail: WW A 1 - V., , . ' n . XA - V 7 , V ' . ' I K - N I Lf.,-A ,,, X A 3, MSM 1: ... ... .... . k " ' A' ' I Q 7l l Q -pl -f, . I . Vx IL 295 x' Il. , , Q 'U--n l ii, V Vw 7-I' l Qi. , V- -' ' V- Y :+..1- Q -.sz . -.1-1l1:1fj'3:+s-'Vfwf' '??'+fif':ff ,. , : 1 , H.. V5 .1 -, 4, -f an qqrf Zan, Y . vV.,E. '79,, :Civil ,Ag . A ii 1 fi -f. ,' ffgl . fn, ,1-if-'Q - . " -".'f-'2m"'..V- Lg.. V Q: .' if- 'lift g air- 3' vw nn' 4 " z- ' :P ' ' Qfkml-i::.., ' 21, - Al , Pi- K bww, . 5 .f .F Q' Y L X . .li if V f' V Vw f V if 'f52"f-fi' .X 1 , , ' ' V A N ' f X . - , y V A N 4 -. W A ,, s, , , Vg , L 1 , " 1 -L '-X 3 ' f -V l f x 1-1 V V AV Q I gn , XL- . -,xl , X ,x V , ll if 1 V 1. V - 5 . 4 .. V 2 V' l . ,P :f bn A-3 all Q ,ffl I lx 1 . Q X Af 1 - ' , ff. A i Il, . J v l 1 l . QW. "K 5,1 fn' hw 3 gf .' ,M , . -Wu I y fu.. .. " A ' 1213- y pry:-.Jw QV U , L ' Am , ' MP1, '-1 X A , .- . .Ist-1 V "As ff, , - A V z' - V , . ' 'JJV - -A-0 h JU. 1, 1,-42.-- -1- - - - L . K Q 5 s .W , ' ui.2'k'!1 -,Mft MJ 2 7 J Qi , ' M gC"Af'w -.. .,.., , W., ,,.s.,... 2 . i FRONT ROW Left to right: Coach Moore, Keith Rucas, Rick Frendle, Larry Thompson, Danny Cutting, Dave Barbosa, John Easley: Jim Ellis, Phil Strange, Coaah Wilkey. TOP ROW: Steve Groningcl, Odus Isaacs, Marion Spatz, Lloyd Liby, Steve Buxton, Wayne Whitcomb, Ken Hendrickson, Bruce Campbell, Charlie Thiessen. Friends ' 68 56 6l Wes 54 70 53 55 7'l 91 76 65 79 Opponent Dana 67 Midland 76 Doane 73 leycln Tournament Ottawa 75 C of E 95 Bethany 7l Southwestern 77 Tabor 88 Baker 98 KWU 82 Bethel 67 McPherson 95 SENIOR Steve Buxton 78 Friends Opponent 71 Tabor 66 84 Sterling 69 76 Ottawa 67 70 C at E 85 70 Bethany 68 66 Southwestern 65 85 KWU 96 72 Bethel 63, 81 Mbphefson 73 76 Sterling 67 RECORD: Won 9 Lost 'I4 1ef.,'.:L'f'9v' f' . 3 ,' . - v. 'ESQ' 'CTF Q-up WW XY 4514 IE! 1, .gg NJ QF' 1 .,.k,'4 gg ' , xv, zz ffkxhamieas fa It Whifcomb, Libly BUNCH, RUCGS Spcfz, Buxton, Thompson Libly, Bvxfon 1 Laymon, Buxton, Isaacs Whifcomb, Libly, Isaacs N 80 'Lf' TOP ROW: Left fo right: Coach Wilkey, Steve Groninga, Gary Smith, Odus lsaacs, Marion Spatz, Wayne Whlfcomb Rodney Spafz, Jaab Barbosa. BOTTOM ROW: Rick Frendle, Bob Jones, Charlie Thiessen, Tom Cardwell, Don De Grazio, Jerry Hughes. . April 3 April 10 April 13 April l7 April 24 1965 BASE BALL SCHEDULE Befhany There April 28 Baker Here May l W.S.U. May 4 Sterling Here May 8 May 12 CROSS COUNTRY C. of E. Open Sterling C. of E. Bethany There There There Here Left io right: Bruce Campbell, Bob Evans, Dale Parker. Nor picfured: Jim Morris, John Crowcler, Eddie Brown 8l Left to right: Gray Turner, Gary Conover, Coach Hoyt, Tony Ashworth, Larry Rooney. Not pictured: Nick Block. 1965 GOL F SCH EDUL E April 28 May 3 May 7 May ll -12 1965 TRACK SCHEDULE March 30 KWU SQ C of E Here April 5 McPherson There April 14 C of E There April 20 McPherson Here April 23 Bethel There March 26 Bethel Si Bethany April 2 Tabor April 8 Bethel 8. Southwestern April 'l0 Oklahoma Christian College Relay April i2 KWU April l6 Ottawa Relays April 20 Sterling April 23 Southwestern Relays April 27 Southwestern May l Grace Relays May 5 Bethel May 7 Doane Relays May IO A Tabor 81 Sterling May l44l5 Conference Meet May 22 A.A.U. Meet May 28-29 N.A.l.A. Meet l E Sterling Here Sterling There Bethel Si Southwestern Conference Meet Bethel Tabor Southwestern KWU Ottawa Sterling Southwestern Wichita Lamoni, lowa Wichita Crete, Nebraska Wichita Baker Washburn Here Here Souix Falls, South Dakota BACK ROW Left to rlghf John Easley Bill Aufder Heyde Steve Buxton Lloyd Llby Tom Clegg Mlke McKenna Mike Wemmer Noel Zahn FRONT ROW Dale Parker Danny Cuftxng Henry Jackson Bruce Campbell Harold Rush Rack Frenclle Gene James Jimmy Ellis Harold Rush wlnnlng lwurdler prepares fo prachce A.-r' 0 an H, FIELD K' 1,5 . wfblxj, ,L F' M591 giwiiqw' mf- ffgfvb- fi' ijpfwjpiofjlliflfgyff CLASSES S WM 5 W3 I giifsifr YQ Q? QS N SSM SENIORS 2 E abt..." S Y E JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS: Left to Right - Dale Harper, Chapel Representative: Terry Sirahm, Treasurer: Carol Jay, Secretary: and Jim Mercer, President. JOAB BARBOSA LARRY BELEW SHARON BENEST Biology Music Education Secretarial Training 86 I i 1 -N, --.a+,r "' 'm i' A ,gi , - - -v f 5-V A .. L ' V 1 f V Y. Y V. - - . ,q,.z.g..:.,.....g., ..,, L, , ., . , , 49' Not Graduafl Af' 1 NEVA Bom. 0,1 fgme Economi j QQQWASFW YW MTM PAUL NICK BLOCK x4l5QA,y!. 6 Bfble Q X06-,J'j XPVNOFJ' My BETTY L BOLTON LLOYD L.BROWN REBECCA L BUNTON STEPHEN R.BUXT Nor Graduating Sociology NofGraduc1fing EC0f70mfC5 GNU' Business Adminisfro 87 - -,.- A-5. -----L1-.i,,...-.CQ-..:: -,-L-L.Lg...a?.M, g:g..::.n:..,:..4.Li.,...i,,f.,'i.Q- 1:,-i-Q:!f-.-a.,"'l'fiQP- RUBY BOHl f SENIORS ERMA BYRNES Home Economics If MILTON T. CARPENTER Mathematics, Physics THOMAS CLEGG Biology DORIS CONYERS GLEN CONYERS LYNETTE A. COX RICHARD L. DAVIS Elementary Education Sociology Elementary Education Health, Physical Education and Recreation 88 v.g -'L A' ww- - 5.--.. .,.,...Y H , L-. , A,-iw my V-M N-uw Continued J."-1" TOM G. DeLONG Not Graduating 1 'navy MARY L. EASLEY gr-if Secretarial Trainin 9 NELDA K. EDWARDS Elementary Education 1' CAROL L. FRANKLIN MARLIN FREDRICK SHIRLEY M. GARDNER ROSEMARY R. Home Economics Health, Physical Elementary Education English Education and Recreation SENIORS MARY ANN HAMILTON . English LARRY HARRINGTON . Elementary Education DIANE HITZ Home Economics r0NALD L. HOMMERTZHEIM JOHN C. HUFFMAN GRACE HUMPHREY DOUGLAS D. JACKS Mathematics Not Graduating Sociology Economics and Business Administration 90 Continued '-s. :wx Yip- 1 CAROL L. JAY il Home Economics RICHARD R .IACOBY lndusfrial Arfs LOIS E JACKSON . III 'ff' I' K ' f x I X1 wr kb' 1 5 1 f ., x 1 4: ix 5355 I I 1' hw? I , ' Sw?-ff f' I X I Home Economics ,S-gg fx ,' ffm MPN? J 1 4'--+ 45 V' SHIRLEY L KENYON MARILYN B KINTZEL KATHLYN ANN KNEE RONALD G KRAFT Not Graduofrng Engl sh Mus c Education Nor Graduaf ng SENICJRS LLOYD F. LIBY, JR. Not Graduating ILA E. MARKUM Music Education JAMES MERCER Economics and Business Administration ROBERT MINTER JAMES R. MORRIS CAROL J. OTT DALE A. PARKER Political Science - Not Graduating Economics and Not Graduating History, Economics and Business Administration Business Administration ' 92 Continued CAROL .I ROBERTS NofGracluaf1ng 'Y 7 RONALD E RICH Sociology BEULAH PINKERTON English 7.,!Mf at W PATRICIA L PETERSON dv-'V fig' Elemenfary Education 2 7 .4-.Q4g,7! '7A"f-Q46-A4 ...asm-es.l fi-57 Gr' RAYMOND R ROLLINS MICHAEL E SCHEPIS FRANK A SCHULTZ Nor Graduaflng Health Physical NofGraduaf1ng Educafron and Recreahon 93 SENIORS' Continued 'Y r ROGER A. SUDDETH 1 Economics and 'qv-.15 Business Adminisfrafion NORMA SOUDERS English FAITH E. SHUGART Home Economics HARLEY R. CHEEVER Psychology, Sociology MILDRED G. THOMPSON Economics and Business Administration LARRY A. TWEET MARILYN VAN AMBER MARIAN R. ZOOK Nof GfUdUGfiI1g Home Economics Home Economics 94 CLASS OFFICERS Left to rlghf L rry Ehrlich Chapel Represenlatzve Joan Stovall Treasurer Ruth Barbosa Chapel R epresentatzve Carol Amey Vzce Preszdenl Phyllis Winfrey Secretary Gary Conover Preszdent Sue Blnford Jack Bartl eff LoAnna Ba sore U I ul nil 95 ,,. kt 1 . v I" ' A f y A ' ,5 .rx ' in - if , X f i-egg l- fr i1'.1'gR?f' ' K ' I Ron Dillon William Dorsey I Rosemarie Estill Linda Griswold Betty Hixson Roberf Jones Kennefl'1.Bishop Lana Blevins 1, ,M David Brehm, Jr. fx, Nancy Brenemcln ,f Frances Burnett lynll yyyy A l b yaaeyn i v .eyy . y. eeay 1 w lyl' l Bruce Campbell Gary Conover 96 Continued Bob McCaslin Sara McDonald Pat McKean sag r f ffrwl 'DCC 5,1 1 sd r l Jerree Pitts Sheila Ratzlaff Avis Reynolds Jack Ropp Judy Mason Larry Mathis Darlene Mercer I-Qi QT' A 'ple Ita- fs my-u Nu,,...,- --..- 1 K ,.xfri5z,, , X , 4 rift ff .R F 4,9 '- ran ces McMi l len Patricia Martin 2. Rubert Mitchell La 97 na Mock . Q.. IU' 4,-, fb' pp- . 7' ii ' V' I . ' 'x A ' 'I "Sv-1. 'lf' , kg my ' 2535. M ' 'W W M AK , AL j W In Q, ,,,. Q5 ' A A . af- .-.-lid Af JUNIORS Continued 98 Haro Id Rush Marian Short mln , Wi l ' Marion Spalz Joan Sfoval I Y Terry Strahm V Plnillipsfrange s Larry Sullivan Judy Taylor Judy Ticclen Louise Tuffle 7 I K l Betty Venneberg 'L Sara Wiley Q Mae Willard William Wycoff 19" X. C soPHoMoREs CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right - Dennis Michaelson, Chapel Representative: Susie McDonald, Vice Presidentg Connie Parker, Treasurer: Ingrid Leo, Chapel Representative: Lewis Campbell, President: Mary Kay Armstrong, Secretary. Mary Kay Arm stron g Robert Berry Geneva Broadwater Linda Brown Lewvs Campbell Awellc DCWS 99 soPHoMoREs r 1 f r h 1 Fred Dopps Ronald Dunson Warren Elliott Carolan Exon Stanley Fitzgerald Thomas Fisher Karen Gregory Steve Gran inga Keith Harrington Pamela Jensen Jerri Lynn Hoffine 100 Continued Albert K ufsc ar MJD. fzivlw Hazel Lee Ingrid Leo Norman Lindal Mary Beth Logan Robert Lorenz Maxine McCartney Terry McClure Susie McDonald Donald Madison Lawrence Murdock Michael Mead David Mendenhall A ,pun Donna Kinney Ruth Knight Linda Koleczek ' A Wi , 4 L x i -Ov il' , 0' ,, ,,, Ny ,Q ,N will M J fi . villa, 1' jg V.bi"i'jjL' f V :ff Marcia Morris - 2 0' .pw VZ ff' 'nun-lf" 5' L 1- -- ,- Ki W W is if ffbf K ' :fl Q. 'gf f lm V' ' 1 li Q l Thomas Morse fi' 1 Cloud Neill Luvenio Oden ill g i i :X ' nl: x.- ,YQ - i i 4 r fy Y' Ann Porlcer ',.: 4 ,4,Y l', 1 1' '54 W ' f , 4' ' I i som-ioMoREs f -2" 1 ef no i' Anne Peterson jk, ' ' ' A vi " Continued Vicki Richey i ii 1. y , ' ',,,,r 2 ga I f ' W i .' f i of is u :if on l, 1 . Laurence Rooney ' Joan Rouland 'Za W 6 l X Frances Smiley l l 3 ' 15 V Lorry Smith -,, I E 'A f 'iw ii K 1 Rodney Spafz l i ll 2 l'l i gi l li: Michael Carl Wilson Michael Howard Wilson .l 3 Noel Zahn i Sharon Zongker l if l ,ll iii! ' W M ii, ii fi 102 1 i Charles fBuclJ Sian ley Patricia Tabor Louis Terrell Charles Thiessen Nancy Turner Carol Jean Ulmer Renee Weills CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right - Sherrie Lindsirom, Treasurer: Carol Allison, Chapel Representative, Juanita Chance, Secretary: Rufhann Parris, Vice Presiderzz: Larry Newby, Preszdent. Clifford Alexander Michael Allen Carol Allison FRESHMEN Jerry Alter ' v l l l03 H5 'X lf Kenneth Anderson Jane Brewster William Aufder Heyde Phyllis Bowers Lee Boyer Vickie Breneman Eddie Brown David Barbosa 3 s 7 'Q T , i 41 f, 9 wa, j 9 1 ,,,, ' 1. gf, 2 51 ff ,- L wrjjfinz' " Q Q 0' X , .,,.:.5.s4: -,uf-: Q - 1.2-,-'F ' ' .,.n.nu.....uAb ., Robert Boewe FRESHMEN Paula Brown Sue Buchanan Juanita Chance Richard Ellioff Peggy Compton Joyce Corklll Sandra Dankel Jeanette Davis Donald DeGrazlo Wayne Dllfs Connie Dowers Michael Downing John Easley Connie Eclgmgfan IN .ah-K Lindo Clark 'X Continued DW, we W 4- M qs, 471 Al LJ fl 1' 5--, 1 ,, .,,.m, 4 V? , 1 4, l aj .- ,fa Ds. 7, .-.-vs. ' 'Z . fW' James Faubel gtg A ' 'Ch ,t Cs' l 3 .,. 'tar' f - , Carole Finley "4" Vernon Finley Vx 'i K ,W ' 'il,':f'91 A ff ,, , . lid-if X ..1,u5:.:a',-v. -114155 i 1: A '5 Q if 5 lO5 ring 11 i qs" I '4 f 1? i +I 3. 'Y' 'nn fo! l 10" ,fm .LA 5, -exe' its , T fl- fr ' 4 , ' .K 4' Q' f. 'Q - l L .r ' I A l It N ,' at 'r KI , .l Mr- Laila fbi ,il Robert Fleming Rick Herzig Janet Forcum Melinda Gardner Peggy Gouchenour Donna Green fe... I ' 5 Rick Frendle '71 f S ffl if' Q yr 5 2 6 5 x eww ff f 7, YI? Q as gig, ,Vi 2 y Wiz' ' fi Q 11 .2 af w . Floyd Garber FRESHMEN Daniel Higbee Frank Higbee Sharon Hackett Allan Huffman 106 Continued Michael McKenna Darlene Manning Eugene Marnell lla Martin Jerry Hughes Henry Jackson Eugene James David Janes Susan Jones Loretta Kerr Wilma Lanpl'1er Glencl o Lawrence Ella Lee Sherrie L lndsfrom Sylvia Liifle ff' -H.. .,, Sally Lonneke A . ,, .. ..,,. ,.,.-L-,.........A...........,,.i......eL.........L............- l07 77'- Lis-W 441015 A til le hc' 3 r , r r I W P N ll I I I V ? in S 1 I s 1 E ? 1 I i ll ,rl M' :Ill Ha! Q. ! Q1 Steve Mehl Catherine Oppliger June Miichener Lawrence Newby Hugh Nicks Chris Norfon Rufhann Parris Con stance Murphy Terry Murray FRESHMEN Maris Pearson 108 Colleen Peebler Brook s Peek r Continued Wayne Smifln Dororhy Snyder Cafhleen Soufhard Jerry Spmdlin David Quick Maryan Ray Goyla Reese Donna Reschke Martin Rhodes Linda Roberts Gary Rubendall Leigln Schauffer Karen Sellers Bobbye Shellhamer Charles Lewis Smiflw Marilyn Smith ibn r if- ffqvf N '-it Z., 1143, Ui. is 6 y X X lxx 5 W L94 'S' if 'Q e gn-- 'Us E i m .eye '51-1' , 45.1 A' is 'R' fm' 9 f kr ,7,,f.,.., ,-,-A,,.,U, .w.,e,e...,.,1 a l A ii Z 'ri . 4, S- ' 5 me ,f Sha ron Steven s FRESHMEN Gordon Stowe Sue Sul la rd Continued Jerry Taton Nancy Telford LaRue Terrell Linda Thorn bro ' GVV' , t X u I f v ' L, '2 -.., A 1 , Y f . W., tw ' fl K vim ,Mis VF, F! . ,xx ' 'R ' 949, 'arty "YW l QW. f . 1 M ' r i x. .,.-'51 X' uv sf I - . M f I ' E, -9 ' Sondra Tinker Michael Troutmon Ronald Vignery Robert Warren Georgette Washington V If Coeta Weidner , f fr ,M -1 V ,H WW Y o 1 If l LeRoy Willis Jeanne Woods James Wright Jean Ann Young Sue Zahn HO Y CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1964 K X Southwest Federal Savings and Loan Association 130 No. MARKET - sto w. DOUGLAS Some Friends WICHITA, KANSAS University INSURED SAVINGS A A A HOME LOANS SIUUBIIIS SIIIOY ll some of the tasty 't f u d at --I pas ries o n ll JONES The NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE DONUT Insurance Company SHOP "Because there IS a diierencelu O DAVE BREHM, JR. 1 AM 7-1283 301 KAUFMAN BLDG. I: Z I JONES DONUT SHOP Q 1601 WEST DOUGLAS DQIIUTQX ' ' x lm-I The umm- eww sum 6 locations to serve you: . 501 N. BROADWAY f 2145 E. 2151 A 3804 w. DOUGLAS 1, 2157 N. MARKET 11760 s.1-1i1.Ls1DE A 1 sos E. HARRY ADVERTISERS INDEX 'Running a business without advertising is like winking at u girl' in the dark. You know 'what you are doing, but no one l edoes A 0 y1f1O14S I es ." 7111 r , I - er Q , r, . . 9 'v f ' ' . k,,,,,,,- nrfwzemrflr if 5 JM if S 3 'Z A .ms ,A ,,,.., ,ge .,.., 1, MN fv- , 5. rw-vlvi 'ilil The F ffm is a full service bank, which means if is for every- one . . . siudenf, individual. fam- ily, esfare, business, organizafion, and corporaiion. Won'i you come in and see us. soon . . . Have you lriecl The Fourih's lnierchange Mofor Bank facili+ies7 Furniture --' Printing - Decorating Soufgwsafszn OFFICE SUPPLY, INC. WICHITA. KANSAS l i FOUBTll NATIONAL BANK Robert J. fBObl Blick 249 wnsr DOUGLAS I mf, TRUST coMPANY,fWwfw PRES'DE"T Phone AM"e'S' 4-6368 i Hlllll fllllll UIYUSIY INSUIANCI CUlf0ll'l0l I l INDEX i A Brannon, Barbara . ....... 3'l,55,70 Coker -lon ---- - - - 49 Aclams, Sharon . . .... 49 Brehm, Dave, Jr. .,.. 29,40,44,45,52 Cole, David ------ - - - - 44 Allen, Mike . . ..... 29 Breneman, Nancy .... 26,40,44,48,50 Common: PGSQY - - - ------ 47148 r Allison, Carol . . . . . . 42,47,48 5'I,54,66 Conunf, Mel. . . . . . . . . . . . 24 , Amey, Carol ............... 26 Breneman, Vickie . . . 26,44,49,65 COFIOVEV, GUVY - - - - 2443149166167 ih- Anderson, Ken ........ 43,55,74,76 Brewster, .lane . .......... 44 Cook, Jeni - - - ------ - - - 31 Armstrong, Mary Kay.3i,40,42,55,'56,57 Brown, Eddie . ........... 75 Corkillr Joyce . ...... 31,34 3 Ashworth, Tony . 24,27,43,47,48,66, 82 Brown, Lincla. . 26,38,4O,39,50,5'l COYZUYL JUN - - - - 27148 Aufder Heycle, Bill ........... 83 Brown, Paula. . ........... 44 Cox, Lyneife . . . . . 38 l Buchanan, Sue . . .......,.. 59 Cl'iSS, Carole- - - - 47148 i Bunton, Becky . . ........ 36,49 CUYHFIQ, Danny ----- - - 78,33 i B Busby, Dick .... ......... 4 7,49 - Bagshaw, Raymond ........... 24 Buxton, Steve . 4O,43,52,64,70,74, BU95l'10W, Richard ........... 24 78,80,83 Dankel, Sandra .... . . 47 i Barbosa, David . . 5,29,43,63,74,76,78 Byrnes, Erma. . . .......... 34 Davis, Dick .... ........ . . . 29 Barbosa, Joab ......... 5,29,63,8'l Davis, Jeanneffe ............ 47 Barbosa, Ruth . . . . 5,3'l,38,49,63 DeGrazio, Don . 29,30,40,44,74,8'l l Bartlett, Jack. . . ........ 48 C DeLong, Terri ........... 24,43,75 l Belew, Larry . . . ..... 47,49 Campbell, Bruce. . 43,58,64,75,77,78, Dillon, Ron . . . ...... . . . 47,48 l Benesf, Sharon. ..... 26,48 81,83 Dilfs, Wayne . ,,,.,,,, 24 i Bennetf, Ben . . . . 24,67,74 Campbell, Lewis. . . . 38,4O,65 Dodd, Virginia ..... . . . . 44 I Blnfofdr SUS . ...... 4'l Cardwell, Tom . . . ..... 81 Dowers, Connie . . . 3'l,32,34,49,54 ' Blelflnsr LUNG . . . 55 Cartwright, June. . . . 47,49 Downing, Mike ......... . . . . . 29 Block, Nick. . . . . 52 Casey, Dick . . . ........ 47,48 Drake, Sharon . 27,40,44,49,56,69 Bohl, Neva . . . . 26,34 Chance, Juanita ........... 26,50 Drinen, Verlin . ........ 52,58,7l Bohlr Ruby . . . . 26,34 Clegg, Tom ...... 43,49,58,62,74,83 Dunson, Ron . . . . . 24 ii2 'Mi "I 'I -I LOOK AT YOUR CLOTHING others do IF SOILED OR OUT OF PRESS PHONE FO 3-2812 JAY CLEANERS ngualffli out gfccfnlllln I HEADS SHOES QUALITY FOOTWEAR SERVING wIcI-IITA STUDENTS AND FAMILIES SINCE 1910 For Men Florsheim - Winthrop FOR ALL STUDENTS Bass-Weeiuns B11 MAPLE wIcI-II-rA. KANSAS DOWNTOWN III E. Douglas For Women Florsheim - Vitality FOR CHILDREN Stride Rite-Buster Brown LINCOLN HEIGHTS Oliver 81 Douglas Ei --v..,-4" FIRST IS FINE When I applied fora Ioan the officials of the bank were very considerate In helping me Due to their help I now take pride In having my checklng account at THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Blll Matter J Men s ResIdence Ha FIRST NATIONAL WT BANK IN wIcI-IIT MEMBER FEDERA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Prmnng Offset Multllnh Shame pfzantuzg do stop In durmg your class breaks SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN MEDICINES AM 2 4041 315 west Douglas '933 W MAPLE lWQ2 Z ? I Dzamonds are orezzer I VIsIt LEVITT S where quality has been CI tradition for over three generations II - . . . . . II ' , r. ' . Il T , as L t I . . - - . . ' ' l 0 I . X - 9 ' FINE DIAMONDS PLEDGE A LIFETIME or I.ovE I I II ani II II r I c II I 5 P I , X XM!! gevzdd Dedrcated exclusrvely to the Man On Campus who JEWELERS 222E DOUGLAS insists on the Natural look of trodrtlonol apparel FOR OVER 50 YEARS WICHITA S FINEST JEWELERS I . --... Largest Home Enioy Banking . . , Owned Depoffmenf Wichlta State Bank Store 72I W. Douglas Member ot Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Congratulations to the . Class of 65 . . . and to the entire student body and faculty of Friends.University. For over 63 years.Buek's.has been a staunch supporter of Friends University. Best wishes, alll Nancy Brenneman Qclass of 66, looks mighty attractive in this three piece striped blazer and matching skirt with white Arnell Blouse designed by Ed- die George of California. This selec- tion is found in the'Young Colony Shop on 3rd floor. S39.98. Russell Johnson, Bank President F.U. Graduate, 1929 Treasurer of Friends University Board of Directors "Personalized banking az its best' UNION SHEET METAL WORKS Sheet Metal Contractors Tile SL Slate Roofing Warm Air Heating and Ventilating HEMPHILL INSURANCE, INC of Insurance Exchange, Inc. Insurance for every 1811 East Douglas Dial AM 4-4697 Business 5 Personal 'leed- 165O E. CENTRAL 0 FO 3-6121 Easley, John .... Easley, Mary .... Edgington, Connie Edwards, Nelda . . Ehrlich, Larry . . Ekwo, Okon . . Elliott, Warren . . . Elliott, William . . Ellis, Jimmy . . . Evans, Bob . . . Exon, Carolan . . . Foubel, Jeff .... Finley, Carole . . . Fisher, Tom .,.. . . . 75,7a,as .....44 . ...... '31 . ....... 38,49 . . . 24,41,52,54 . . . 29,3s,44,52 . .... 29,43,55 . ......... 47 . . . 74,77,7a,a3 ... 43,52,sa,s1 . . . . . 31,32,42,59 .......44 ...27,47,49 . . . . .... 74,76 Fitzgerald, Stanley ..... 29,30,48,52 Fleming, Bob . . . Forcum, Janet . . . Franklin, Carol . . Fredrick, Marlin . Frendle, Rick . . Fuqua, Gary . . .........47,49 . . . . 27,a4,ss,61 . ......... 34 39,43,49, 52,74 74,77,7s,s1,a3 INDEX Continued Gardner, Shirley ..... 3'l,38,40,49,69 Gouchenour, Peggy ...... ..... 3 'I Green, Connie .... ..... 3 2,34,38 Green, Donna Gregory, Karen . Gribble, Susi . . . ........32,38 . . 32,34,40,48,55 . . . 27,48,54,69 Griswold, Linda . . . ...... . 27,48 Groninga, Steve . . . . . . 43,58,48,8'l Grover, Doris ...... ........ 5 5 Haines, Genie . ............ . 33 Harper, Dale ..... 29,3O,38,52,54,7l Harrington, Keith .......... 24,27 Harrington, Larry ............ 30 Hayes, Bill ..... . . . 42 Hendrickson, Ken . . . . . 78 Higbee, Dan . . . . . . 48 Higbee, Frank . . . . . 30 Hitz, Diane . . . . . . . 32 Holland, Lynna . . . 47,48 Howell, Carolyn . . . . . 36 Huffman, John ..... . . . 30 II4 Hughes, Jerry . . . Humphrey, Grace Hyde, Weldon . . . lmbuye, Enock ..... Isaacs, Odus . 24,3'l,4 Ito, Hiroko ....... J Jacks, Doug ...... Jackson, Henry .... Jackson, Lois . . Jacoby, Dick ..... James, Eugene ..... Jantawong, Tawatchai Jay, Carol ........ Jensen, Pam ..... Johnstone, Gordon . Jones, David . . . Jones, Sharon .... K K inney, Donna ..... . . . 24,43,75,s1 . . . . 32,35,49 . . . . 47,48 . . . . . . . . . 42 0,43,74,77,78,79 .......48,55 . ........ 44 . 30,43,75,77,83 . . . . . . . . . as . . . . . . . . 24 75,85 . . . . . 4o,42,66 . 32,35,41,69,7l . .. 32,42,48,67 . . . . . . 44,45 .. 47,49,s1 . . . . 32,48 . . . 35,50,5i,6'l I I SAVE MONEY ON ADDRESSING EQUIPI R ESS O IIS sERvlcED - RECONDITIONED - Boucm - sow 8 I 'SERVICE CONTRACTS :CUSTOM EMBOSSING ,I I I 5U"PL'EZ DRESSNG fzrwil 7700 N. Broadway IIAAIIZIHIIBES QCOMPOSITION f ADDING MACHINE 81 TYPEWRITER SERVICE I JERRYSMW' MIDWEST OFFICE FW sT?f:i::d MACHINES, mc. IIZI E. DOUGLAS AM 7-1245 EVERY SAT. 81 SUN. NITE STAR ENGR!-WING COMPANY . . . . . - BIG NEW TRACK Semi Late Models - Saturday Night B'gSp 00p C pf' IE yS cIyN'gI1f ONE PICTURE IS WORTH 1.000 WORDS Dellourse s film vgQam5Z'y I 7 J A 1 D A I ll Y F 0 0 D S 3. Bi ,5- ,X - u than meets the eye!" Start the foundation for your sound, and accurate Life Insurance Program Today! 6 THERE is A nrrrrnrucf There is more to life insurance Tom and Dave 0,4 IS? gu- 32 DAVE BREHM, Jr. 301 KAUFMAN BLDG. fe, TOM SPINK Agent AM 7-1283 12.42 W AW, - I 5 7 WICHITA, KANSAS "" ,, F Congratulalions to the Class of '65 Q llrfa "' 'Y" W it fa if ,f ' g fr .ofzsv f ,-f- , . . X - 4 .,,- 1 b MY Z. A "' gf , 4 'ii 'if" ' 2' , . 7 'A V OUTDOOR ADVERTISING' CORP. 1 2 .V 'E is 1 440 NORTH WATER s'rxEE'r 14.1 , 45'f..' "MW ' 3 WICHITA 2, KANSAS "Wi g , yi g, arru f Clif J 'll Ql fix., , ll " " 5.50" ' ' -5 f an' L K 5" "V 42. 'i .,'c ii r . l INDEX Continued Knee, Kathy , , , ,,,, 27'36,48'53 McClure, Terry .............. 67 Moore, Don . . . .... 25,4l,47 Knight, Ruth Ann .... 27,35,50,61,66 McDonald, Sara . . . 32,40,4'l,42,55,56 Murray, Terry ......... 30,42,52,56 Kraft, Ron. . . .......... . 30,38 McDonald, 5USie- - - 32.42,56.66 McFarland, Leah ........ 55 N N l. McKean, Pat . . . ...... 32 Neil, Claude ......... 42,44,55,56 Lanpher, Wilma . . . . . . 27,35 McKenna, Mike. . . . 25,83 Newby, Larry. . . . . . . . . . 30 Laymon, Bah . . . . . . 25,80 MCMillen, Frances . . . . 36,47 Norton, Chris. . . . . . . 25,75 Lee, Ella . .... ..... 3 5 Leiker, Darrel . . . ..... . 56 O Leo, Ingrid ............ 32,56,67 Madison: DON- - - -.--- - - 30 Lewis, chester ........... 25,75 Marnell, Gene - - - - 25.7477 g'Nf."'e' in """ ' ' ' 2762 LibY, Lloyd .... sa,7s,77,7s,79,ao,as Mason, Judy . - - .------- 48 opp ff" Bah Y ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 47 Lindal, Norman .,.,,,, 43,48,75,76 Mathis, Larry. . . ......... 38,44 ver D l' 0 "" ' ' ' ' Lindstrom, Sherrie ....... 32 Maxwell, Don. . . 25,40,48,55,66 ' Loffland, Joan .... ...... 3 8 Mead, Larry . ............... 44 P l Logan, Mary Beth .... .... 4 7 Mendenhall, David ..... 43,44,52,54 Parker, Ann . ...... 32,33,38,45,55 r l-OQU'-2, Paulette . . . . . 27,48 Mercer, Darlene . 33,35,40,59,64 Parker, Connie .... ....... 3 3,35 ' Lonrleke, Mike . . . . . 48 Mercer, Jim ..... ..... 2 5,40,44 Parker, Dale . . . . . . 43,67,8'l,83 , Lqnneke, Sally. . . , . . 48,55 Michelson, Dennis ......... 40,41 Parris, Ruthann ...... 33,67 ' Lorenz, Bob . . . . . . 25,44 Miller, Trudy ............... 28 Peck, Barbara . ...... 32,33,54 Lowry, Ron . . . . . . . 52 Minter, Bob .... 5,30,38,40,4l,42,44, Peek, Brooks .......... . . . 25,49 45,52,54,55,56,57,63,7l Peterson, Anne . . . 37,4O,45,47,59,55 MC Mitchell, Bob ............ 48,52 Pitts, Jerree . 33,37,47,49,54,55,59,66 McCaslin, Betty ..... . . 32 Mock, Lana .... . . . 38 Priclemore, Nolan .......... . . 49 H6 r 5 Saddle Heartiest Congratulations to the Class of 1965 The GAS SERVICE CO. Natural Gas for Home and lndustry official photographs for the BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS STUDENT PHOTOS INC PHOTOGRAPHS FOR AN? OCCASION 2T7 S. Sycamore AM 2 66TT Best Cabs . . "0UR KIND OF PEOPLE" Bucks .............. Chester Typewriter Service . . DeCoursey's ......... Delaney Johnston 81 Priest .... TALISMAN ADVERTISERS PAGE .. 119 . 114 . 119 . 115 117 117 Mid Kansas ............. Mid-West Office Machines, Inc ..... , . Northwestern Mutual Life insurance Co. RoseBowlWest... .... Sharpe Printing Co. . Simon Sundries .............. Economy Laundry 8. Dry Cleaners .t.. . Fourth National Bank. . . First National Bank . . Gas Service Co. . . Harry Shepler . . Heads Shoe Co. . . .. Hemphill Insurance Co Henry's ......... Houston Lumber Co. . Jay Cleaners . . . Jones Donut Shop . . 1 . 112 . 113 117 117 113 114 . 113 . 119 113 . 111 Snodgrass 8. Sons Construction Co. . . . Southwest Federal Savings gl Loan Assoc . . . Southwest Office Supply ........ . . . . . . Star Engraving Co. . . Steffens........ Student Photos, Inc. . . Taylors Shoe Repair . . Trend Shoes, Inc. . . . . Union Sheet Metal Works .......... Wichita Perpetual Building 8. Loan Asso. PAGE . 119 . 115 116 . 119 . 11 . 113 . 120 112 . 111 . 115 . 112 . 117 . 119 . 111 . 114 119 Knapp... . ... 116 Wichita State Bank . . . . .. . 114 Q INDEX Contlnued R smrfh, Lorry ............. 37,49 Tamer, Gray . . . . . , az Rdfzldff. Sheila ....... 27,40,49,55 Smavely, Dixie. . . ........ 55 Tweet, Larry ...... . . . 44 Reschke, Donna . ........ ' 47 Sooter, Charlotte ........ 27,48,69 Rhodes, Martin . ...... 49 Spatz, Marion ......... 43,78,80,8'l Rhodes, Phil . . . ........ 66 Spatz, Rodney . . . 43,75,76,79,8'l V Rich, Ron ............. 3O,52,56 Stanley, Charles ............. 48 Van Amber Marilyn 34 Rrekens, John .............. 75 sfsvarr, Joan . . . ......... er V, ne, RQ, "" ' ' ' 7, Rnehey, vacka ........ 33,38,4O,65 slows, oofaan . . .... 75,76 V 9 BQ, "" ' ' ' 38 Roberts, carer . . 28,37,48,55,68,71 sfmhm, Terry, , , ,,,,, 30,42 anne e'9' Y ' ' ' ' ' ' Roberts, Kent ..... - ......... 49 Strange, Phil . . . . . . 43,74,77,78 Rollins, Raymond ............ 44 Suddeth, Roger. , ,,,,,,, 42 W ROOUBYI l-CNY . . . ..... 82 Sullard, Sue .... .... 4 7,49 Warren, Bob ........ . . . . 48 RUCUS1 Kelli' - ' - ---- 78179180 5UlliV0f1, l-Clfl'Y. . . ...... 25 Wattenbarger, Dick .... . . . . 49,65 Rutherford, John . Schepis, Mike . . Schuessler, Sue . Schultz, Frank . . Short, Marian . . . Shugart, Faith . . Sibley, Jim .... Smiley, Fran . Smith, Gary .... Smith, Lewis . . . ......44 ......25 ...... ..38 2s,43,e7 . . . 3s,35,4o,s9 . . . s2,33,4a,s9 ......43,4A ........49 . . . 2s,4a,7s,a1 . . . 25,43,74,76 Sullivan, Nancy . . Toton, Jerry ............... 25 Thiessen, Charles . 27,30,43,58,78,8'l Thompson, Larry ........ 78,79,80 Thompson, Mildred ..... 33,44,55,7l 28 Tiaden, Judy . . . 27,28,44,49,5'l,60,6'l Tomlinson, Richard ........... 66 Townsend, Lloyd . . . Troutman, Mike ...... . . . 25 118 Tinker, Sondra . . . 27,28- Weidner, Coeta ..... Wei l l s, Renee .... Wemmer, Mike . . Whitcomb, Wayne Willis, LeRoy .... Wilson, Michael C. . . Wilson, Mike ..... Winfrey, Phyllis . . . - - - 48 Woods, Jeanne . . Wycoff, Bill . . . . . . . 33,48 . . . . 28,59 . . . . . . . 83 Wettstein, Wayne . . ....... 25,43 7a,79,so,s1 25,47,48,55 Whiteman, Earl .... . . . . . . 45,7-4,76 . . . . 42,55 ....30,52 .......33 . . . 27,3s,s3 ......38, 1+ 945' ,... 55555 gui N 53 E . . , r me M I KA J I SAS 'NSURED Q .gf mt FederaI,'Savmgs 8 Loan As Your Home - Owned Center of Savings INGS ,- Nr n nvv 0 Ol vbvl Q HAVING Sw 4 f e . 3 msunfo 3 Q' slaaao S55 a s 005 Cog? IN! WICHITA WICNlYA'S O I. D E S T Assocuuuou Y ' ' ff BUILDING 8 IIIIII AS on SAVE WHERE YOU GET ALL THREE ' E Illll 4I 4 ksvifs' AND BESURE SO CIATI 120.50005 Main Suu-I Phone N J-727 I We are proud to have played alpart in the construction of the New Student Lounge CONGRATULATIONS! Huston Lumber Mr. Hu ston LOOK at your shoes O TH E RS DO TAYI.OR'S SHOE REPAIR 1931 MAPLE AM 7 7321 C E Chester J E Chester CHESTER TYPEWRITER SERVICE 30 Years of Dependable Repalr Servuce IH Wlchrto 255 North Mam Street Telephone AMherst 4 2607 Wrchrta 2 Kansas HERME5 O REMINGTON 0 VICTOR 0 BURRDUGHS 0 FRANKEL RIBBONS 0 STENCILS "More BEST Cabs to glv you the BEST Service CALL AM 7 7321 Sale, courteous drtvers We also operate the Alrport Llmousnne Servlce ROSE BOWL WEST The Best zn Bowlzng Try our truck dlvlslon lor last package dellverles CALL AM2 3466 TRUCKS ONLY 520 N West WH 2 2002 CALL FOR RESERVATIONS CHEROKEE FRIENDS CHURCH Kenneth Hinshaw Mlnlster 3055 Penn Cherokee Oklahoma FIRST FRIENDS CHURCH Paul W Barnett Mlnrster 6th Avenue 81 Sylvan Street Emporia Kansas ARGONIA FRIENDS CHURCH Jesse Drmen Mlnlster Argama Kansas Servrng the Argoma Commumty for 83 years SEILING FRIENDS CHURCH Bradley Flsher Munrster Serllng Oklahoma BOOSTER WEST GLENDALE FRIENDS CHURCH Robert Hutson Mlmster Plalns Kansas NORTH WICHITA FRIENDS CHURCH Glenn Sanders Mmxster 2717 Litchfield Wrchlta Kansas BOOKER FRIENDS CHURCH Glenn Hawthorne Mmnster Booker Texas BETHEL FRIENDS CHURCH John -Haven Mlmster Hugoton Kansas All things work together for good to them that love God' Ram 8 28 ROSE HILL FRIENDS CHURCH Alden Putts Mmuster Rose Hull Kansas WICHITA FRIENDS CHAPEL Carl Gordon Mnmster 'l92l lrvung Wnchlta Kansas STAFFORD FRIENDS CHURCH Joseph Cox Mmuster Corner of Keystone and Crawford Stafford Kansas GLEN VIEW FRIENDS CHURCH Roscoe Mendenhall Mlmster Glen Elder Kansas SCOTT KOON TEXACO 2001 Maple AM 5 9018 Wlchlta Kansas HOMESTEAD FRIENDS CHURCH J D Stanley D No Clements Kansas . V D , . - . . H , , I .. , . , . I .. I I I , , 1 I I I I - u I ' ' , I . , R.F.. . l , , THOMAS HARRIS 8 A S H AIEIIIIIIIIS i EIIGIIIIKKS 1' UARTWIII- BAXTER A ASSOC. ' -STRUCTUIIAI IIIGINIIRS- F A WIFIIIIILKANS. E 1 , BOIT BLRANLK 5 NLWIIAN INC, AECOUSTICAI CONSUITANTS CHICAGO. Ill, THE ,M NEW FINE ARTS CENTER ' WILL LAST AS LONG BE AS STRONG THE OLD DAVIS ADMINISTRATION BUILDING FINE ARTS BUILDING BECAUSE OF MODERN TECHNIQUES INDEX Continued Y Young Joan ........ 55 Z Z h N I . 25,43,47,48 53 66 75 83 Z I1 S .... 28 Z gk Sh 28 47 49 Z k M 35 T20 I Congratulations To Friends University FIRST ' FEDEQAIJINGS HARRY DOBSON ROOFING AND LOAN ASS'N. SINCE 1919 INDIAN HILLS BARBER SHOP 'l7'I7E 2 1 AM2,3284 2423 W 13th WH 3.9276 I BLUE RIBBON ADVERTISERS FIRST WITH FRIENDS U A Fnend of Frlends IMPORT IINOIORS 520 W Douglas AM 2 7474 F KELLER S RADIATOR SERVICE II w w AM5974O LINDER 81 MIMS INC Electrical Contractors 114 N AM 5 6691 MEXICO CAFE Sp l g 2225 N BROADWAY TE 8 9813 S T I . N S E ' R V I I C E H I Greetings rom E , . I . uterman - - I I I 1 , . Lk , O 1, V Congratulations '65 1 M 'n - - I , - ecia izin in Mexican Foods POLSUN PHARMACY MCMILLEN Electric Co. RENULLET HOMES, INC. 2508 w. Douglas WH 2-2871 SCIITT 8: LANDERS, INC. h I . 331 RI'e"'e" AMM328 I MIDGET SUPERETTE MARKET Phi Beta Lambda T BLUE mason Aovelmslsns I F I R I I N N S Q ' E U R A V N I I C T E Y ' FIRST WITH 'FRIENDS IJ." TEMPO I , YOUR FAMILY HARDWARE H"'dW"'e MU 2 1071 Housewares MU 21881 415 S. I'IydrauIic AM 7-0898 wII.IIII PAINT, INC. Hardware sz Supply 3202-04 E. DOUGLAS AVE. 5613-31 N. Broadway ok Box 2384 Nor'I'I1 Station BUILDER'S HARDWARE HOUSEWARES :DAVID E.BREHM, JR. TOOLS PAINTS THE nonfuwzsrznn uu1-mu. un: msunmcr: GARDEN 85 LAWN SUPPLIES 301 KAUFMAN BUILDING, wucr-u-rA. KANSAS 67202 Q - AM 7-T283 Best Wishes To Friends ADVERTISING, INC. 564 W. DOUGLAS AM 5-4266 Charles Bachman Studios of Music P.0. BOX 621 Wichita - PA 2-5073 Q Derby - SU 8-0320 THE FABRIC SHGP Leone R. Davis 1601 E Central Best Wishes I G S FURNITURE, INC. Congratulations Students and Faculty RIVERSIDE CARE HGME TOM S TOASTED PEANUTS TOMS DELICIOUS CANDIES TOMS POTATO CHIPS 935 N AM 4 1423 'THE AIR CAPITALS NEWEST DRUG CENTERS 'IN WICHITA' Mliaitgate JI' SAVE ON DRUGS" College Hill Med. Tower Westway -4561 MU 4-0188 AM 5-5259 Kellogg At Rock Road Central At Hillside Seneca At Pa Congratulations From ENGLISH VILLAGE MUTUR LUDGE 6727 E. Kellogg MU 3-5613 Congratulations KUBECK PLUMBING a. HEATING, INC 1627 E. Douglas AM 5-8534 RAY MARTIN PAINTING, INC 313 N. OSAGE F0 3 4542 ALBERT S RESTAURANT 6425 E Kellogg MU 4 1861 A Friend of Friends 1639 N CLARENCE FO 3 4401 2422 w Douglas WH 3 9134 Curtrs Plumhmg 8. Heatmg Co Congratulations to the Senior Class CARDWELL MFG C0 INC CHICKEN DELIGHT 3112W 13th EURTNEV TILE a. FLOORING co, INC M9365 2301 E Central AM 4 6982 7 I l l I I I .Ma' AA - i I , 1 1 . . - I I . . I . C Q n H o of o n n I I . ' ' A A A A A ' ,K . Best Wishes THE AMSDEN LUMBER' CO. 307 Maple ' AM 5-9546 BAKER MUSIC CU. KELLY PHARMACY, INC. Qkwafffeafff Prescriptions Delivered All Over Wichita Mfwfbfw , AQ' R -' 'V 21 2121 Maple WH 3-0261 - BROWN'S THRIFTWAY Bes,WiS,,eS MARKET 84 LOCKEP 3117 E. 13th V MU 2-5537 THE SOUTHWEST MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION "All We Have We Owe To Udders" - Wichita, Kansas Dodge City, Kansas BURTON 66 Service Station - Tires, Batteries 8 Accessories Specialized Tune Up TURNER FURD INC. OFFICE a. SALES 1226 E. Douglas F0 3-4283 I West 54 81 Tyler Road PA 2-9952 I DWAYNE'S RESTAURANT VAN DRU FF TEXACO SERVICE - FEATURING - Golden Brown Southern Fried Chicken ' sans iss: UP 3012 E. DOUGLAS Mu 4-6333 PICK UP 8' DELIVERY w'CI""" Kansas 'Best Wishes Congratulations Students of '65 I Easton Manufacturing Co., Inc. Willie? 1023 s. SANTA FE ' 1932... I .33, Mama cs 2 I '44 A -, CAI. ELDER - MONARCH ' I IN s u R A N c E A G E N c Y Ist Nut'I Bank Bldg. AM 7-8121 i:" ' Ihe WAIT KEEIER CO., INC. ES CONCRETE .4 ' Mixed in Transif fQi" , Dependable Service FOR PERMANENCE THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Affjf 'mciggygs 826 E. Lincoln of AM 4-7056 AM 54601 Best Wishes From SI'IORTY'S FARHA RED BUD FOOD CENTERS Best Wishes FRAYSIER DAIRY IIUEEN 236 S. West St. -------- WH 3-8063 I Best Wishes THE ORANGE INN 142 N. Broadway AM 2-9261 BLUE RIBBON ADVERTISERS INVESTIGATE JOHN HANCOCICS NEW INTEGRATED TRAINING VPROGRAM FOR CAREER AGENTS! The most modern and the most Hexible approach to the professional training of life insurance agents that exists in the industry today. The Life Insurance profession offers unlimited possibilities in the field of W selling and management. Please contact us for more information. We offer a guaranteed training allowance for those who qualify. Let us tell you about it. I-I. LEE LEAVELL, General Agent 204 Kaufman Building,,2l2 South Market Wichita, Kansas . . . Telephone AM 7-2284 CDT' MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY BOSTON, HASSACHIIS ITS Best Wzsbes Congratulatzons to the Students .IERRY S ELECTRONICS 3908 MAPLE WH 3 7881 a Gzve ear O my people to my law znclme your ears to the words of my mouth LLL TELEVI :on o :Ni-EncoMMuNncAr1oN o RAoxo NOGI1 HClmpfOI'l TE 8 9923 1142ABn. gAve AM77512 Hay 8m Feed Best Wzshes NATIUNAL BANK 0F WICHITA COUFN- X RAY C0 CENTRAL AVENUE 8. WEST STREET Best Wishes WH 3 1201 Halvala Concrete Tools, Inc COITIPIBTB Bdflklhg SBFVICBS can F0 3 1683 Fo Info maho STAINLESS STEEL TROWELS M004 Y fl' 0 Qh F d0Y 9 A M f 5 P M MAGNESIUM PROCESSING FLOATS Sflfufd Y 8 A M I l 12 IOIT Walker Wichita Kansas x A 1 . - . l' ' ' f ' f -...E . . n -I?- ' T'llHlHlBllB.HlHl5l , 11 ' N t - - i 'n . - X . ' 0 Y , F. ..c. 700 I oug . - . wi: . 1 . Q Q - r r ' n cl r u ri . . 0 - - a . . 'i noon ' ' l LAVIN'S Mews WEAR INC: No. Broadway 8. 21st Sf. 3133 So. Seneca Phone AM 2-4121 Phone LY 1-2782 Best Wishes From Paul Martirfs NEW BLUE PRINT CO. 317 N. MAIN AM 2-6445 from CENTERLINE FLORIST isblls Oliver 81 Central SWL is-Q5 and 993 TWIN LAKES FLORIST 21sf8- Amidon REIZ STOVE OO. 122 W. DOUGLAS o s Q o Q AM 2-5032 RUNYON RADIATOR SERVICE See Us For Fast Radiator Repair 3458 W. DOUGLAS o WH 3-7311 CIVIC PLAYHOUSE POPULAR PRIVATE PARTY PLACE 725 W. Douglas o o Phone AM 5-3002 GSC BANQUET PARTIESIRECEPTIONS OUR OWN KIT Best Wishes - Students '65 INDUSTRIAL STEEL 81 SUPPLY Best Wishes From COONROD, I wALz at vouMER CONSTRUCTION CO. 840 N. MAIN AM 2-6416 Best Wishes SPORTS CENTER ROLLER RINK Best Wishes BROGDON'S INFRA-RED SANDWICH CO. 820 Hiram AM 4-5423 Congratulations Senior Class '65 ART SELTMAN MOTOR CO. Art Seltman 3009 E. DOUGLAS - - - MU 2-216.1 F Bl. E RIB F ' A R 5 S T T I I N N Q S U E A R L V I I 1' C Y E FIRST WITH FRIENDS U BLUE RIBBON ADVERTISERS INDEX A Frrend Advertrsmg Inc Albert s Restaurant Amsden Lumber Co The Baker Musrc Co Brehm Davld Jr Brogdon s Infra Red Sandwich Co Brown s Thrrftway Market 8. Locker Burton 66 Servrce Station Cardwell Mfg Co Inc Charles Bachman Studros of Musrc Chrcken Delrght Crvrc Playhouse Corn Matrc Coonrod Walz 81 Vollmer Constr Co Coufal X Ray Co Crank s Dwayne s Restaurant Easton Manufacturing Co Inc Elder Cal Monarch Agency Englrsh Vrllage Motor Lodge The Fabrlc Shop Farha Red Bud Super Markets Frrst Federal Savrngs gl Loan Ass n Fortney Trle 81 Floorrng Co Inc Fraysrer Darry Queen Galloway Cleaners Halvala Concrete Tools Inc Hampton Noah Hay 8. Feed Harry Dobson Roofing Import Motors lndran Hrlls Barber Shop Industrial Steel 81 Supply PAGE PAGE Jerry s Electronics J 81 S Furnrture Inc John Hancock Mutual Lrfe Insurance Co Keeler Walt Co Inc The Keller s Radiator Service Kelly Pharmacy Inc Kobeck Plumbrng 81 Heating Inc Lavln s Men s Wear Linder 8. Mrms Inc McMrlIen Electrrc Co Mexrco Cafe Mrdget Superette Market Natronal Bank of Wrchrta New Blue Prrnt Co Orange Inn The Polson Pharmacy Prrest s Centerllne Florrst Rerz Stove Co Renollet Homes Inc Rrversrde Care Home Runyon Radlator Servrce Scott 81 Landers Inc Seltman Art Motor Co Southwest Mrlk Producers Ass n Sports Center Roller Rrnk Steel Lewrs Hardware 8. 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