Iowa State University - Bomb Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1939

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DAIKY CLUB Feeling that a gap lay between the courses offered by the Dairy Industry Department and the problems in the practical field, the Dairy Club was organized to close this hiatus. The present membership of this organization is about 200, and is composed of the students enrolled in dairy industry and in the creamery operator ' s course. The Dairy Club meets the last Thursday of each month and the Dairy Club Council meets the first Thursday of the month. For the regidar meetings of the club, prominent speakers are secured; prominent, that is, in the field of merchandising of dairy products. Some of these speakers were: Erwin Reynolds, of the Cleveland Creamery Company; R. O. Storwich, man- ager of the Iowa State Brand Creameries; R. V. Rechtor, of the Paramount Dairy Company; and others. At the meeting at which Mr. Rechtor spoke, a talking picture of interest to the Dairy Club was presented. The Dairy Club Council is made up of two representatives from each class in Dairy Industry and foiu- from the creamery operator ' s division. The purpose of the council is to present new ideas to the main body of the club and simplify the actual meeting procedure. Top roiv: L. Sherman, Russell, Kirk, Sternburg, Lindberg. Humphrey, Youtzy, O ' Neil, Dugan, Knapp, Strait, Bott, Squire, Honnokl, D. Anderson, Darrow, Erickson, Morrison. Hatfield. Second row: C. Baker, Girton, Nitzke, Cozart, Carlson, Wilson, Dunn, Gunderson, F. Anderson, Cannon, Loos, Binning, Jackson. Third row: Strempel, Zboriiik, R. Baker, Willett, Kester, Atto, Rosenkild, L. Johnson, Moss, Martens, Nelson, D. Baker, Wickersham. Baird. Fourtli roxv: D. Sherman, Blaskovich, Clark, Caine, Moffit, Rossi, Grigsby, Lyon, Rasmussen. Shafland, Tibbetts, Beattie, Green, Hunt, Michcel, Front row: Priepke, Brasch, Butler, Tjornehoj, Duffner, Meyers, Schroder, Weber, Shugart, Jayne, Evenson, French, Kimberley, Gogerty. During Veishea the members of the Dairy Club take over the Dairy Building with its array of machinery and products. The products are then .sold by the Dairy Club throughout the entire camjjus and the profits realized from these sales are used in the sponsorship of the year ' s social functions of the club. These functions and events were sponsored by the club this year in the order given: faculty dinner, dairy industry mixer, freshman judging contest, Christmas party, short coiuse banquet, Veishea open house, float and sales and the annual Dairy Club picnic. The speaker at this year ' s Christmas party was Profes.sor Blair Converse. The short course bancjuet, attended by nearly 400, was featured by favors from practically all prominent companies in the dairy products field and by a speech by W. E. Wentworth, head of public relations for Borden ' s (New York) . Each year the club helps send the dairy products judging team to the National Dairy Exposi- tion to compete against teams from other colleges. .At this year ' s exposition, held at Cleveland, Ohio, the Iowa State team placed second. Officers: Henry Loos, president, Robert Darrow, vice-president; Russ Medin, secretary; .Ashley Wilson, treasurer. [•74]

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The Iowa State branch of A.S.M.E. started its year with the annual contest for the best student jjaper on any chosen engi- neering subject. Hugh Bierman won tlie first prize, a trip to Milwaukee for the regional convention of student branches. Hugh placed fourth in competition with the representatives from fifteen other engineering schools of the middlewest with his interesting paper on " Guaranteed Job. " Last spring. Dr. Harvey Davis, the national president, was speaker at a banquet in his honor. Doctor Davis spoke on " Aptitude Tests and Engineering, " a subject which was warmly received by the members. In May, the A.S.M.E. ' s held a joint meeting with the Iowa University student branch at Cedar Rapids in conjunction with an inspection trip and banquet. The annual good old-fashioned picnic was held early in June in the North Woods with the seniors winning the tra- ditional ball game from the juniors after a hard and none too cleanly fought battle. At the close of the evening, Professor Cleghorn, who is head of the Mechanical Engineering Department, ga e an enlightening talk addressed to the departing seniors. A. S. M. E. The annual smoker, the first of the bi-weekly meetings for the fall, was a record-breaking affair with 130 engineers present. The meetings during the fall featured interesting papers by students and several entertaining talks by faculty members on engineering topics, followed by lively discussions of pro ' s and con ' s. The year was climaxed with a precedent- breaking meeting with an attendance of over 150, to which members brought their girl friends for a program of films, humor and fun. Included in the membership fee, paid by each of the eighty- two members, is a subscription to Mechayiical Engineering, a technical magazine edited by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Officers: Frank Silver, president; Lavern Diekmann, vice- president; Wilson Dobson, secretary; Roger Bailey, treasurer; John Keller, senior representative; James Edwards, junior representative. Top row: Swett, Johnson, Holvenstot, Gormly, Thomas, Lindquist, Haselton, Geise, Biwer, House, Lee, Birkness, Prof. Cleghorn, Benhart, Carney. Bro- gan, Putnam, Brigham, Rogers, Barick- man, Dixon, Hutchinson, Adams, Griswold, Mather, Braun, Vernon, Kalen, Lande. Second row: Metz, Rusk, Merrill, DeKoster, Weiser, Smith, Ott, Johnson, Hanssen, Wilson, Larsen, Junck, Duitch, R. Anderson. Curtis, Gray, E. Anderson. Front row: Prof. Norman, Prof. Brown, Peters, Hug, Joens, Diekmann, Carlin, King. Spen- cer, Dobson, Knowles, Edwards, Keller, Sar, Breckenridge. [173]

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The Forestr Chib was organized in 1914 with twenty-five charter members, and was an outgrowth of the Hort Club, which was begun in 1900. The primary purpose of the For- estry Club was to establish better cooperation among forestry students. Membership in the Forestry Club is open to all students of the Ag Division that are enrolled in the School of Forestry. The club convenes every two weeks. Activities of the Forestry Club include: the Fall Campfire, which is an oiudoor get-together; the Game Banquet; the Forestry Banquet; the Hoedown, a costume dance which is one of the most outstanding dances of the year on the campus; and publication of the Arnes Forester, the only departmental annual published at Iowa State. The Ames Forester has a copy edition of 700 and finds its way to foreign schools, in addition to having a wide circida- tion among students and college libraries. FORESTHY CLUB Officers: Allan S. Haukom, ])residenl; Richard Busching, vice-president; Robert Hoskins, secretary; Martin Applecpiist, treasurer; Keith Mclvin, facidtv advisor. Members: Allen, AUyn, Almdale, K. Anderson, R. Anderson. Anthony, Apel, Applequist, Armstrong. Artis, Anslin. Ayer, Babel, Baker, Barber, J. Barnes, P. Barnes, Baxendale, Bebensee, Begnelin, Beil, Belehrad, Bell, Benda, Berfield, Berglum, Bishop, Bissell, Bjorge, Bjork, Bjornson, Blackmore, Bleakly, Blount, J. Boatman, R. Boatma n, Borsting, Boswell, Brandau, Brokaw, Brooker, Brooks, M. Brown, P. Brown, Buck, Busching, Busier, Cafferty, Campbell, Carlson, Chambers, Clemens, CoUister, Cook, Countryman. Cox, Crumbaugh, Curtiss, Cutler, Cutting, Dahl, Damon, Davis, Dean, DeFore, Derr, Dorman, DuBois, Dunck, Eckhart, Edmunds, Ehr, Eisler, Ellison, Engelking, Engstrom. Erwin. Ewanoski, Faber, Falb, Fisk, Flick, French, Froehilch, Fry, Gardner, Garrigan, Gates, George, Gillett, Gipple, Glade, Glesne, Gluckstal, Goldberg, Graham, Grau, Graves, Grimes, Grove, Gunderson, Hahn, Halbach, Hall, Halatyn, Harding, E. Harris, R. Harris, N. Hart, P. Hart, Haukom, Haynes, Heggen, Helscher, Henry, Heuer, Hicks, Hilsman, Hirt, Hogelin, Hoose, Hoover, Hopp, Hoskins, Houston, Hoy, Hudler, Humphry, Hunsley, Hurd, Husman, Hyde, Irwin, Jamison, Jensen, F. Johnson, G. Johnson, Kaden, KiefEert, Kindig, King, Kirkpatrick, Korn, Krajicek, Kroack, Kupka, Lane, J. D. Larson, J. M. Larson, Lauterbach, Law, Layman, Leffler, Lehman, Lessor, Light, Lischer, Livers. Long, Lorenzen, Lubin, Luft, . tcLaughlin, Maris, Melvin, Middleswart, F. Miller, N. Miller, W. Miller, Minor, Montgomery, Moorhead, Morris, Morrison, Morrow, Munger, A. Myers, K. Myers, H. Nelson, R. Nelson, Nesbitt, Newell, Nicol, Nordstrom, G. Oelschlaeger, R. Oelschlager, Osher, Parker, A. Patterson, D. Patterson, Peterson, Pfeifer, Phillips, Pipgrass, Pizzano. Poole, Porter, Proctor, Purvis, Quintus, Quirin, Radcliffe, Ratcliff, Reilly Reistrotfer, Rheimer, Rhody, J. Rice, W. Rice, Riggleman, Rockwood, Rummell, Ryan, Safranek, Schieffer, Schmidtraann, Schnabel, Scholtes, Schumacher, Schwane, Shearer, Shetterly, Shirk, Sifford, Silker, Siverly, Smith, Smoke, Stahl, Stiehl, Stone, Strong, Stuntz, Sublett, Svejcar, C. Swanson, H. Swanson, Sweetman. Swem, Teuton, Teuber, Thomas, Thompson, Thomson, Tice, Torgerson, Trumbull, Underbakke, Underwood, Urbatsch, Van Eaton, Van Gorder, Vaughn, Wakefield, Walker, A. Wallace. R. Wallace. Webb, Weber, Werts, West, R. A. White, R. W. White, Wiig, Willcox, C. Wilson, W. Wilson, Wiseman, Wisgerhof, Witherspoon, Witmer, Wunsch, Vocora, Younggren. [175]

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