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THETA EPSILON — Back row: Edna Briggs, Irma Ready, Dorothy Dooley, Mary Smith, Marjorie Oliver, Georganna Sells, Versa Mansfield. Third row: Adelia Buss, Jewell Hill, Jean Holmgren, Mildred Reis- ner, Dorene Burnette, Mar- jorie Ewart, Fannie West. Second row: Maxine Blanch- ard, Alice Baker, Thelma Sted- ham, Pauline Fredrickson, Lois Sarver, Dorothy Henson. Front row: Katherine Stewart, Elean- or Hardin, Kate Clark, Bar- bara Bamford, Kathleen Gos- Prepare for Future Church Leadership ' I ' O HELP prepare the members for leadership in the church of tomorrow and to increase the fellow- ship among Baptist women students on the campus was the purpose of Theta Epsilon, the Baptist women ' s national sorority. Marjorie Ewart led this group as president and was assisted by Maxine Blanchard, first vice-president; Dor- ene Burnett, second vice-president; and Pauline Fred- rickson, treasurer. Miss Sella Harriss was the faculty sponsor. The twenty-five members had as their overall pro- gram " " Serving Christ. " This theme was carried out through the different projects in which the Theta Epsi- lon girls participated. The two principal projects were making Christmas toys for the James Street Mission in Kansas City and mending used clothing, which was sent to Europe. The roll call of Sigma Eta Chi, the national soror- ity for women of the Congregational Church shows an increase in membership over last year and now totals 17. These 17 members have worked together through- the year to further the spiritual development of stu- dents in harmony with education — which is the purpose of Sigma Eta Chi. Sigma Eta Chi ' s president this year has been Vada Volkening. Carol Blecha filled the office of secretary, and Caroline Perkins served as treasurer. One Sunday evening during Lent, Sigma Eta Chi sponsored the annual candle-light service known as Luchnokaia, at the Congregational Church. Against a background of music each member of the congrega- tion lighted a candle from the seven candles represent- ing the seven great guiding lights of the Christian faith, and left the church, each pledging a more consecrated life. SIGMA ETA CHI — Back row: Vada V. Volkening, Wanda L. Snyder, Carrol Ramsey, Virginia Grandfield. Second row: Mrs. L. E. Call, Margaret Klema, Caroline Perkins, Barbara Drayer, Betty Jean Harding. Front row: Norma R. Koon, Dorothy A. Bettenbrock, Carol Blecha, Elizabeth Perkins. 154
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i f PHI CHI DELTA — Back row: Betty O ' Neal, Joline Nelson, Suzanne Law, Arvilla Johnson, Nanqf Munger, Margery A. Mitchell, Connie Pat McGinness, Barbara Jean Baker. Second row: June Graff, June Schindler, Joy Reinhardt, Bennita Knox, Barbara Adee, Helen Gill- more, Lela Warner, Virginia Shrake. Front row: Patty Piffer, Barbara Miller, Jeanne Miller, Shirley Braman, Edwina Frick, Norma Mc- Dowell, Jeannette Hargis, Norma L. Myers. Presbyterian Students in Busy Year T)HI CHI Delta and Westminster Foundation are the two student organizations of the First Presbyterian church. Phi Chi Delta is composed of the women stu- dents, while Westminster Foundation includes both men and women. The 35 members of Phi Chi Delta carried out a program this year filled with business and social func- tions. In September, this group gave a welcoming picnic for freshmen women. Westminster House was the scene of the organization ' s Christmas party. March meant formals and the annual formal initiation dinner. The March meeting of the group was known as the " sharing meeting. " It was held at the home of one of the patronesses and everyone brought and read their favorite poem. Betty O ' Neal was the Phi Chi Delta president. She worked with the other officers, Barbara Baker, vice- president; Virginia Furlong, secretary; and Virginia Shrake, treasurer in leading the group. Mrs. W. U. Guerrant was faculty sponsor. Bible study and prayer, understanding the Christian faith, worship and service in the church, growth in Christian character, and stewardship were some of the objectives of Westminster Foundation. Officers were James P. Wood, president; Thomas Jefferson, vice-president; Ruth Reist, secretary; and Mary Rohr, treasurer. The Rev. W. U. Guerrant was faculty sponsor. % WESTMINSTER FOUNDATION— Bac;4 row: Donna Brown, Phyllis Fine, Jack Schneiker, Donna Doll, Laberta Kugler, Guyla Love, Mary Wood. Third row: Helen Hammond, Robert Acre, Jr., Wayne Prich- ard, Lue Clayton, Marilyn Bohnenblust, Kathleen Eyman, Helen Gill- more, Clarice Hammond. Second row: Philip DePuy, John Hepler, Gail Salisbury, Wayne Doll, Bill Neff, Norma McDowell, Thomas Jefferson, Rev. W. U. Guerrant, Doris Crandall. Front row: John Downie, Jr., James Wood, Kenneth Bell, Richard Clarke, David Bartholomew, Wait Sterling, Harold Dalbom, Wendell Lind. ISS
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1 up mi nor- Kit ion unsnij iningii- stcf ss- ixaVada [nxoiy, lEoQii bonas i AjUN tcoipep- sRprtscot- coBunffii I NEWMAN CLUB — alphabetuai list of members: G. Adams, W. Adams, J. Altepet, R. Anderson, W. Anderson, J. Andrisevic, F. Aschenbrenner, J. Baden, A. Baker, L. Banowetz, E. Bartslas. A. Beat, J. Beainger, J. Bear, W. Bielski, F. Biliiard. B. Borst, E. Borst, J. Boyle, W. Boyle. J. Brady, J. Bradshaw. L. Bugel. P. Burns, B. E. Callahan, B. Callahan, F. Callahan, Prof. J. P. Callahan, J. Car- roll, W. E. Clarkson, M. CoUister, B. Conway, G. Costello, H. Clark, C. Copt, S. Cucalizo, J. Curtis, G. Damiani, A. Davis, W. E. Davis, L. Desilet, J. Deary, L. DeMers, C. Dickenson, J. Dickenson, M. M. Downey, O. Dowling, B. Dress, A. Dueser, M. Dunn, J. Eggan, E. Eichman, J, Filers, P. Engelken, W. English. W. Eulow, E. Fairbanks, J. Fay, J. .Feight, R. Finegan, B. Finuf, W. Finuf, J. Fischer, H. Funke. F. Fritschen, E. Garvis, E. Gast, P. Gates, W. Gaughan, J. Glenn, B. Glotzbach, C. Glotzbach, M. Glotzbach. R. Glotzbach, D. Gorman, C. Goris, B. Green, C. Green. P. Grentner, M. Griffin, B. Grosdidier, R, Gros- didier, J. Gruber, M. J. Guerrant, H. Hacher, N. Hanlin, H. Heise, J. Helfrey, R. Hengel. E. Hickert, W. HoUecker, D. Holmes. B. Hawley, P. Hruska. C. Hund, J. Hunt, M. Immenshuh, T. Ingenthron, C. Imel, P. Irvine, J. Irvine, D. Jackson, B. D. Jacobs, B. Jilka, L. E. Jilka, M. Karlin, B. Karls, M. Keegan, J. Kilkenny, E. Kletchka, P. Kohlrus, A. Kongs, R. Kramer, J. B. Kring, B. Krause, P. Kuckelman, D. Krizman, E. Lanoui, D. Lasnier, R. LeDuc, B. Lehnen, J. Laughlin, P. Laughlin. M. A. Leonard, P. Leonard, E. Lidinsky, A. Liebeno, R Lang, B. Lorson, M. Lorson. K. Mahoney, B. Markey, N. Martin, T. Marx, D. McCarthy, E. McNeal, J. Melroy, J. Meyer, L. Meyer, E. Moehlman, R. J. Mor- gan. G. Muckenthaler. L. Muckenthaler, C. Mulhern, L, Mulhern, R. McCIure E. Nease, M. B. Needham, M. Nelson, C. Niernberger, Mrs. C. Noonan, J, Noonan, J. Noone, L. Ondia, P. O ' Grady, R. Pearson, A. Paluch, W. Pender gart, V. Piesche, H. Pledger, B. L. Pressgrove, J. Pretz, L. C. Reardon, M Regan, P. Reznicek, J, Rieg, J. Roach, J. Rode, J. Rockers, B. Rottinghaus, L Ryan, J. Russell, M. Sack. G. Scanlon, J. Scherer, M. Schlagel, The Rev. R Schott, P. Scully, F. Schmidt, J. Schnittker, H. Schrader, J. Schrader, J. Schrader, J. Schruben, J. Schrum, B. Sedlock, M. Sestric, L. Sharpsteen, B. Shea, P. Shi- nogle, N. Sidorowicz, T. Skahan, I Siebert, J. Starch. K. Steinkirchner, D. Stock- man, G. Stork, K. Strathman, G. Strosmider, K. J. Strene, L. Taylor, M. Trinner meyer, J. Thielen, L Unrein, B. Valle, M. Vince, E. Viale, E. Voelker, R. VoU- bracht, L. Waller, B. Watson. V. Weber, A. Weissbeck, D. Weixelmen, J Welch, The Rev. E. J. Weisenberg, C. Wempe, D. Wendele, K. Wintersheidt, J. White, L. Whitehair. R. Whitehair, C. Wolfkamp, R. Ayatt, M. Zeleznak Mrs. P. Zeleznak, J. Zoeller. Newman Club Membership Shows Increase A 30 PERCENT increase over last year ' s member- ship was the claim of Newman Club, an organi- zation for Catholic students. The club now has a total membership of 650. There were 500 members last year. On the first Sunday of every month, the Newman Club meets at a breakfast held at the Church. Follow- ing the breakfast, a meeting and a program are held. In cooperation with other college Catholic organi- zations in the state, the club sponsored the annual NEWMAN CLUB — alphabetical list of members: J. P. Alderman, A. Armstrong, Mrs. E. Armstrong, P. Beeby, Mrs. P. Beeby, J. Biggs. R. Gushing, Q. Donneilan, R. HartweH, R. Inskeep, D. Jackson, E. Jansen, V. Jacobs, M. Karlin, A. Kobs, R. Karls, B. Keating, P. Kelley, E. Kenny, R. Kirsch, W. Krause, J. Lambert, D. Landis, D. Link, R. McFadden, C. McMahon, T. Mees, J. Moran, R. Moritz, Mrs. F. Moritz, D. Neubert, B. Neely, J. Olsen, S. E. Overbele, P. Pace, J. symposium. The symposium was a religious play which was presented in many towns throughout Kansas. The cast was composed of one member from each col- lege ' s Newman Club. Serving as president of the Newman Club during its past year was Larry Ryan. Kenny Winterscheidt capably filled the office of vice-president. Other officers were Jean Laughlin, secretary, and Leonard Taylor, treasurer. Sponsor of the Newman Club during the past year was J. P. Callahan. Pankaskie, G. Park, B. Parizo, V. Pence, M. Perkins, C. Pilcher, L. Pilcher. A. Pante, R. A. Prior, C. Prett, T. Quilty, E. Quint, L. Redlinger, B. Riechert, B. Richards, W. F. Robohn, }. Roth, A. Sachen, M. Schwartz, W. Schillijons, E. Seever, M. Setter, S. Stovali, G. Stresnider, P. Sweeney, A. Triska, D. Van- haverbeke, L. Van Muir, V. Vansickel, F. Wagner, Jr. y -Ci- " c.tkji 155
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