Millikin University - Millidek Yearbook (Decatur, IL)
- Class of 1959
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Digitized by tile Internet Arch ive in 2015 https: archive.org details millidek1958mill 4 5 jvwfclt THE 1555 EDITORS: Carol Mavon and HI Carol Frede » BUSINESS MANAGERS: Mike Perelli and Larry Haab MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY DECATUR, ILLINOIS 1 » Be it ever so humble . Although the SUB seems a part of the MiUikin tradition, we hope for a new and modern student center in the not-too- distant future. Should old acquaintance be forgot? So, what ' s wrong with the food? Whadayah mean " A " club? Ring out the old, ring in the new! The replacement of the old with the new indicates that Millikin is an institution anxious to expand to fit the growing needs of the university. FIRST FLOOR PLAN The first floor of the building will provide spacious dining facilities for both men and women. The recreation area and snack bar will be on the ground floor. Off = STORAGE STORAGE S ' wonderful, s ' marvelous, s ' almost here! GROUND FLOOR PLAN ■111 ■ 1 1 Mil l8|iH 111 !l ' Ji IN UNIVERSITY - STUDENT CENTER HARRIS. SPANGLER. 8EALL S. SALOGGA - AR The little black thing in the snow! Again tradition must fall by the way- side as we see the end of the temporary quarters which have so long fulfilled the many needs of the men of Millikin. Dear, Mom, school is so tough. A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Exam time, cram time, oh, what a D . . . . time! « 6 » S TYPICAL STUDENT ROOM JJ U ill jTTiiLi ' j i_r TT n Tf TT TT n r First Floor Plan of Proposed Residence Hall For Men b Aston. Hall should have it so good! The new dorm will provide space for 174 men! Anything worthwhile is worth wa The first permanent men ' s residence hall will soon become a reality. The combined efforts of the university, students, and the alumni are responsible for this new addition to the university. The modern style of the architecture indicates Millikin ' s willingness to improve upon tradition. I » » w ; w ■V ,r n f lIIKiti UMIVtlXSIir •4. w W ye ■or IT i U-C H 1 T tC T3 Millikin makes available to the students a wide range of vocational studies. The university provides an educational pro- gram that is designed to facilitate the stu- dent ' s efforts in his chosen field. Growing through an expanding background. In order that its students have a well- rounded education. Millikdn requires them to become acquainted with the humanities and the arts. Little Bohemia. A course for slower students. 1 ' M 4-— 4 If Shakespeare only knew The trouble he put us through! « 11 » Growing through extra-curricular activities Millikin recognizes the importance of a well-rounded social program and pro- vides an opportunity to gain social poise and self-confidence. I just live from tea to tea! Oriental " flavor. ' Yes, indeedy. that ' s my girl! During the two years that he has served as university president, Dr. Paul L. McKay has been a thoughtful and enthusiastic leader of a grovi ing Millikin. By opening his home to the campus community for monthly Student-Faculty Conversations on Sunday evenings, Dr. McKay has stimu- lated closer relations betv een faculty and students. His broad outlook, friendliness, and keen intellect have made him the ob- ject of much student admiration. As Dean of the University, Dr. C. L. Miller has consistently contributed to the advancement of Millikin. Twice he has competently taken on the duties of Acting President when presidential retirements have left the office temporarily vacant. He is highly respected as a leader, an educa- tor, and a friend. DEAN C. L. MILLER PRESIDENT PAUL McKAY « 20 » Deans FOHN F. BURHORN, JR. Dean of ' Chapel E. W. PLOENGES Dean of Veterans GLEN R. SMITH Dean of Business and Industry HARRY B. WELLIVER Dean of School of Music Dean Frances Falvey tactfully executes the responsible task of coordinating all student activities in her capacity as Director of Student Affairs. As Dean of Women, her congeniality, wise counsel, and phenomenal memory for names have made her a friend to all students. DEAN FRANCES FALVEY « 21 » Admiriistrators ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRY DEPARTMENT Thomas Storey, David Glasscock, William Williams BUSINESS AND SE CRETARIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Seated: Virginia Belt, Glen Smith, Margaret Sparks. Standing: Richard Paine, Jack Gaston, Warren Sappington. 4 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Seated: Earl Kiefer, Donald Myers. Standing: E. W. Ploenges, Bryce K. Brown. Absent: Frances Falvey. J 1 f„ 1 « 25 ART DEPARTMENT David Dreisbach, Jarold Talbot SPEECH DEPARTMENT Edith McNabb, Jere Mickel, Elinor Gage ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Dorothy McClure, Elaine Miller, Ralph Allen, Don Shroyer RELIGION AND SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT Noel Francisco, Edward Wing, John F. Burhorn, R. R. Brewer ADMISSIONS OFHCE Seated: Janet Clough, Eloise Clark, Avis Sum- Standing: David Hughes. Pat Rains, Walter Gray. Personnel SECRETARIES Seated: Carol Edmondston. Standing: Joan Roche, Marjorie McReynolds, Gladys Welch. GENERAL OFFICE Seated: Julie Neesan, Mary Jane Smithson. Standing: Lois Hedrick, Marilyn Gross, Doro- thy Drennan. « 28 » ALUMNI OFFICE Seated: Jewell Broughton. Standing: Ellen Whitrock, H. Ray Myers, Lil- lian Woltmann. NURSES Ruth Myers, Barbara Barrett UBRARY STAFF Alleyne Vandervoort Beverly Moss, Dorothy Moss BUSINESS OFFICE Seated: Helen Kendall, Wilma Howenstine, Jacquelyn Lindsay. Standing: Fern Boland, Theresa Winfrey, M. Gertrude Munch. RICHARD ALLINSON Science Decatur, Illinois ALBERT BABB Business Boody, Illinois DALE BAILEY Industry Decatur, Illinois KENT BAILEY Physics Horristown, Illinois CAROL BARDLEMEIER Education Edwardsville, Illinois SUZANNE BAUER Education Decatur, Illinois WILLIAM BEEMAN Accounting Decatur, Illinois FOHN BENTON Accounting Mt, Zion, Illinois ROBERT BEST Business Decatur, Illinois ROBERT BLILER Speech Decatur, Illinois MYRA BOWERS Education Alton, Illinois BERYL SUE BOYLE Home Economics Marissa, Illinois rOE BROWN Chemistry Decatur, Illinois LINDA BROWN English Decatur, Illinois DONALD BRUNE Business Administration Decatur, Illinois BARBARA CANNON English East St, Louis, Illinois PHILLIP CARNOCK Industry Decatur, Illinois NANCY CASTEEL Secondary Education Springfield, Illinois 1 M o i W dim (1? 0 i « 31 » MARVIN CHANDLER Education Decatur, Illinois MERYL CHAPMAN Physical Education Shelbyville, Illinois CAROL CLEVENGER Art Girard, Illinois LOU COE Business Peoria, Illinois rOSEPH COFFEY Business Decatur, Illinois DONALD COSGROVE Engineering Administration Carlyle, Illinois PAUL COWGILL Business Canton, Illinois rANET COX Music Education Hillsboro, Illinois lOAN CRAIG Home Economics Chicago, Illinois DEAN CUMBERLAND Education Decatur, Illinois DONALD GUSHING Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois SHIRLEY DARNELL Education Elgin, Illinois ANGELA DAVIS Home Economics Webster Groves, Missouri rOSEPHINE DEAVER Education Corpus Christi, Texas GARY DECOURCY Art Springfield, Illinois seniors . . . How soon can we collect unemployment insurance? LYNNE DIXON Education East St. Louis, Illinois CHARLES DUEZ Business Pana, Illinois MARILYN ECKERT Home Economics O ' Fallon, Illinois SUE ECKHARDT Biology Moweaqua, Illinois ZELMA EDDY Modern Languages Decatur, Illinois NICK EVANGELISTA Education Chicago, Illinois rOYCE FANCHER History. Political Science Decatur, Illinois FANICE GALLITAN Education Decatur, Illinois MARY ANN GASS Education Belleville, Illinois PAT GEBHART Education Decatur, Illinois SUE GIBSON Home Economics Decatur, Illinois DONALD GNECKOW Business Decatur, Illinois GARY GOKEN Chemistry, Mathematics Decatur, Illinois EUNICE GRABBE Secretarial Science Jerseyville, Illinois CLIFFORD GRAY Management Gary, Indiana GENE GUINN Business Administration Decatur, Illinois ANN GEDDES HAAB Education Decatur, Illinois LARRY HAAB Accounting Decatur, Illinois 33 RICHARD HANKS Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois ROSALIE HANSON Music Education Decatur, Illinois ROBERT HART History, Political Science Mattoon, Illinois RICHARD HAZELRIGG Business Decatur, Illinois SUE HEFFERNAN Home Economics Decatur, Illinois RONALD HERMAN Business Admin istration Rock Island, Illinois DIXIE HERTENSTEIN Education O ' Fallon, Illinois ROBERT HESS Engineering Administration. Herrick, Illinois RAYMOND HOFFMAN Physical Education Decatur, Illinois ROBERT HOMER Physical Education Chicago, Illinois RICHARD IRONS Business Bainbridge, Maryland [AMES JOLLEY Business Belleville, Illinois ROBERT JONES Sociology, Religion Brookfield, Illinois JOHN KAERICHER Art Decatur, Illinois JANE KAFKA Home Economics Mt, Pulaski, Illinois GEORGE KENNEY History, Political Science Springfield, Illinois VIRGINIA KERASOTES English Springfield, Illinois JAMES KETTLEKAMP Physical Education Nokomis, Illinois « 34 » GENE KING Physical Education Rantoul, Illinois rOE ROGER Engineering Administration Latham, Illinois EUGENE KUHN Business Administration Decatur, Illinois DUANE LAKE Business Taylorville, Illinois SANDRA LANGSFELD Education Decatur, Illinois EDWARD LINDQUIST Engineering Administration Chicago, Illinois BARBARA LINK Speech, English Galesburg, Illinois BLAINE LINK Business Administration Tenants Harbor, Maine MELVIN LLOYD Business Management Macon, Illinois DUNCAN MacGREGOR Education Oak Park, Illinois rOHN McCLAREY Sociology Sharpsburg, Illinois roEL McClelland Biology Decatur, Illinois rOHN McCOY Business Administration Decatur, Illinois JOEL McDonald Home Economics Formington, Illinois - MARY JANE McKEE Secretarial Science Springfield, Illinois seniors Just taking life easy « 35 JOHN McVAY Management Wheaton, Illinois LESTER MAPES Business Administration, Speech Algonquin, Illinois SHIRLEY MARION Education Decatur, Illinois ' WAYNE MARTIN Business Administration Decatur, Illinois G. ROBERT MASSINGALE Industry Decatur, Illinois ELAINE MILLER Modern Languages Webster Groves, Missouri HARMON MITCHELL Speech Rockford, Illinois SELMA MITCHELL English Elgin, Illinois JERRY MOESSNER Accounting Decatur, Illinois GAYLE MUIRHEID Education Decatur, Illinois JAIVIES MYERS Industry Decatur, Illinois BRENT NELSON Business Administration LaGrange Park, Illinois PAUL O ' BRIEN Business Administration Decatur, Illinois MAUREEN O ' CONNOR Education Homewood, Illinois MICHAEL PERELLI Business Administration Galesburg, Illinois seniors Excuses, excuses. 36 » KAY PHILBROOK Business Education Decatur, Illinois CHARLES PIERCE Accounting Decatur, Illinois HAL PRICHARD Physical Education Olney, Illinois RICHARD PYGMAN Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois PATRICIA RAINS Music Education Hutsonville, Illinois ADELAIDE REDIFER Speech Oak Park, Illinois CONSTANCE RODERICK Accounting Decatur, Illinois LARRY ROUTLEDGE Industry Canton, Illinois rOANN RYAN Business Administration Decatur, Illinois rUDITH SADOWSKI Accounting Decatur, Illinois BETTY LYNNE SCHIEN Piano Virden, Illinois DALE SCOTT Physical Education Decatur, Illinois SUSAN SIEFFERMAN Speech Chicago, Illinois WILLIAM SINCLAIR Business Administration Litchfield, Illinois RUTH SIX Home Economics Education Decatur, Illinois WILLIAM SLADE Business Administration Decatur, Illinois STANLEY SMITH Physical Education Lincoln, Illinois RODNEY SPANGLER Accounting Decatur, Illinois MA mtm f I... . , JinHI 37 1 ■ if C i 1 i 49 IHk « 38 » DAVID STARK Speech Decatur, Illinois FREDERICK STOCKS Business Administration Decatur, Illinois MARY TEMPEL STONE English Decatur, Illinois PAUL STOUTENBOROUGH Business Administration Kenney, Illinois DEAN STROBEL Physical Education Ramsey, Illinois ROBERT SWEARINGEN Business Administration Decatur, Illinois rEFFREY TAYLOR Business Administration Decatur, Illinois KATHLEEN THOMAS Accounting Wilmette, Illinois NED TINGLEY Mathematics Chicago, Illinois ERNA TRIPP Secretarial Science Greenview, Illinois rUDITH, TUCKER Home Economics Peoria, Illinois CHESTER UHLES Business Administration. Decatur, Illinois YOLANDA UNAKIS Speech, Dramatics Kewanee, Illinois LOREN VAN TUYL Business Administration Decatur, Illinois JOHN VROOMAN History, Political Science Decatur, Illinois MARCIA WALQUIST Education Chicago, Illinois CARL WAYNE Business Decatur, Illinois lOEL WHITAKER Engineering Administratii Granville, Illinois 39 George Baker Dale Baldridge Larry Barnes Sue Barnett Barbara Barrett Barbara Barth Joanne Benson Terry Black Carol Booker Bryce Boston Donald Bowen Carol Brooks Lorna Brooks Jean Burkhalter Charles Burns William Butler Robert Campbell Thomas Carlson William Chan Thomas Christianson David Clements Clifford Cox Susanne Curtis Charles Davelis Helen Dicken Bruce Dillingham Judith Doore Ann Drennan Charles Engdale Don Evans Phyllis Eversole James Fitzpatrick Gary Fleetwood Don Fleming Richard Ford « 41 » t Mm V AM A: t Jfe ' i % ' V ■■per i- Si - - - t jjjj Carol Frede William Fuson Jayne Ganschinietz Richard Gardner Robert Gebhart David Gendry David Gernand Terry Gibbons Richard Gill Lou Ann Giller Robert Golchert Robert Grenier Meredith Griffin Jeanne Gross Judith Hagebush Ruth Hallbauer Kerry Hamburg Judith Hanes Jerry Harvey Richard Helm Delores Hicks Charles Hood Judith R. Johnson Judith V. Johnson James Johnston Richard Johnston Kay Jolley Barbara Kern Herbert Knutson Jean Kolb Helen Kolberer Allen Kunz Gail Kusenda Ronald Large David Larson « 42 » i- ii||i||ji MMft 1 5 t .,„ ' jiiiiiiiiiiiiiii John Riddle Donald Rieman Richard Ryan Donald Siweck Ellanora Stuart Nancy Tork David Troutman Charlotte Tschannen Margaret Turpin Richard Vest Deanna Vlasich Marvin Vogt Judith Walker Lindell Walkington Beverly Warrick lack Wauchope Tom Weyher Larry Whitehurst Barbara Witzeman I o r s ♦ ♦ ♦ Sub-ing? « 44 Metta Adams John Ahlenius Barbara Alderson Richard Allen Arthur Ammann lohn Anderson Evelyn Antrim Alfred Aspengren Beverly Ater Patricia Aukland Charles Bach Barbara Bates Janet Baugher Edwin Belcher Emilyann Berg Sandra Bertash Ronald Besalke Maryellen Boersma Barbara Borders Sandra Bork David Boyd William Boyd lanice Bruns Barbara Butler William Cartwright Barbara Cassell Linda Chapman Diane Clark Alice Coberly Sue Collins Jerry Connors Roger Corley Dale Craig Dennis Crowell Jan Crowhurst « 46 » Stephen Czerwonky Dawn Davie Dale Day Tod Dean Leroy Deiss Barry Devlin Barry Diehl Sandra Dietrich James Donahoe Jeanice Doss Richard Dunscomb David Edmunds Mary Ann Fabian Ann Feit Cleo Figley Karla Fleck James Flint Ruth Furman Rodman Gable Mary Gage Jerry Gardner Judith Garver Ron George Jack Gordy Jerry Greve George Gribbins Ronald Griffin Bruce Grimes Carol Hadley Sandra Hanes Toni Hargreave James Harlin Beverly Harrell Kenneth Hartrich William Hebenstreit « 47 » Carol Heinkel Judith Heinlein Robert Hill Nancy Hoadley Ronald Holler Gail Hupp Judith A. Johnson Rita Johnson Stanley Johnson Jill Jones Keith Judge Carol Kloboucnik Marilyn Kohler Gerald Konrad Grace Lashly David Lauerman Nancy Lenover Judith Licht Charles Liles Nancy Lukacs Kenneth McBain Fred McTaggart Barbara Massey Robert Miller Marilyn Mitchell John Munson Dennis Noonan Joseph Oberto Dale Ott Joy Pankey Nancy Parkinson Mike Parrish N. Clark Pate Ray Pentecost Susanna Pharis « 48 Klondis Pirtle Kenneth Probst Corwin Querrey Betsy Rachford Phil Ray Don Reich Glenn Rickard Richard Riedel Donna Rosenberg Anne Louise Ross Zigmas Sadauskas Frances Sager Sandra Sampson Ted Sampson Lee Schaller Richard Sebok Allen Short Gerald Shulke Charles Shurtleff Janet Shurtleff Leah Skadden R. Lee Slider Camille Smith Sheldon Spalding William Speaks Robert Spitzer Norman Springer Linda Stivers Sandra Sulenski Ronald Sutton Susan Swanson Thomas Tankersley Jack Taylor Meg Thomas Joann Thompson « 49 » « 50 » Judith Ague Ruth Amick Donald Anderson Jack Anderson James Andrews Michael Andrix Janet Artze Connie Ashburn Judith Aukland William Bailey Carolyn Baldwin Larry Ball Sharon Barkley Gerald Bayless Phillip Beadles Diane Behrend Shirlee Beimfohr Joan Bennett Robert Berg John Billington Phillip Blankenburg Linda Bly Terry Boston James Boyd Nancy Bradley Judith Creech Vicki Crouch Kenneth Curray Philip Cushing Ernie Dash Alice Dashiell Robert Davenport Garry Davis Sharon Debold Nancy Dehner Bruce Dempster Sheri Denman Ronald Devereaux John Dillon Robert Dobbels Roberta Dudley lohn Eaton James Ellis Dee Anne Ellison Terry Endean Judy Eskridge Judi Falk Don Farris Carolyn Findlay Jerry Fisher Ann Ellen Flinspach Tom Foerster Raymond Foss Roger Gadberry Marie Galloway Duane Ganoe Betty Garrett Sandra Gaskill Robert Gendry Sandra German « 54 » John Gill Andrea Given Dian Gochanour John Good Dean Grant Franz Grossman Beverly Gulick Jerry Gulledge Charles Gustafson Nancy Guy Dana Hallihan Joann Hartke Jean Hayer Joyce Hayes Ron Haynes David Hazelrigg Jeannette Hefti Judith Hehmeyer Judith Hendrian Jimmy Hoffman David Hollingsworth Beverly Hood James Hughes Robert Hutchens John Hyink Patrick locca Ronald James Jack Johnson Ryan Jorstad Beverly Jurica Mary Kaulig Norma Kelly Roger Kendall Bonnie Kerrigan Judith Kesselring r3 ' -w jggA .(IT % try, Wr t V .A J r 1 - | , ... . .1 V ffliMlllln 1 IBliiii M f Jul V : itffl « 55 » 1 Beverly Miller Roberta Montagnino Larry Moore Jane Moorehead Jean Myers , w mimBk. ▼ -4 if Julie Neesan Terri Nepil Richard Newbold Rita Nielsen Thomas O ' Brien tl t 1 f J ft Jan Oxley Gary Palmquist Terry Petersen George Peterson Howard Peterson jjiiliiL fj : 1 1 Victoria Pharis Drury Piech George Piper Tommy Pritts Carole Prudick b . HSm» las m Be S I ? " James Quiram Marjorie Radunz Carol Raymond Karen Raymond Marion Raphael y El en Read Patrick Reed Jean Reniers Harriet Renkin Diane Rhodes f • ... Joanne Rizzuti Ellen Rogers Richard Rogers David Roth Delmar Rutz George Sadomytschenko Walter Sadowski Gretchen Sasken Lynda Satterfield Carolyn Schroeder r ? m ■• Robert Shafer Elizabeth Shaw- Gary Sheumaker lerry Siloski Diane Simonson Sharon Skidmore Claudia Smith James Smith Marcia Smith Robert Smith o I; Ronald Smith Mary Jane Smithson Arlene Soards . Libby Spaninger Larry Spears 1 - ' ' , " ? Richard Stark Marilyn Stonecipher Bill Stoner Judith Storment « 58 » John Stubblefield Sue Suter Donna Swanson Stuart Swayze James Talbert Raymond Tate Marilyn Tharp Mary Jane Thomas Shirley Thomason Lawrence Thompson Russell Trowbridge Judy Troxel Donald Upper Ronald Upper Anita Vandermark Glenn Waldron Carl Walker William Walker Jerry Ward Hannes Watzlawek Madeline Weber Robert Weber Jean Wentz George Weslowski Larry White Kristin Wiedbush Stanley Wilber Edward Wilson Larry Wilson Sonja Woods Beverly Wright Betty Yoder Janice Zelnick 59 31 P I n And away we go! Camp, beanies, and mixers . . . Freshman Camp at Allerton Park gave freshmen their first real introduction to the university both academically and socially. The orientation camp, sponsored by the Religious Life Committee and directed by co-chairmen, Cliff Gray and Ron Rain, fea- tured opportunities for new students to meet faculty members as well as upper- classmen and fellow freshmen. Concluding the enjoyable and enlightening weekend was the talk given by Dr. Paul L. McKay. Ah, just like home. « 62 » I and the whirl begins Upon their return to Mil- likin ' s campus, the social whirl began for the " bea- nie set " with a mixer in the large pavilion of Fair- view Park followed two weeks later by an All- School Mixer in the gym. Beanies became a fresh- men fad with proper encouragement from up- perclassmen. 63 Freshmen kickoff The freshmen triumphed over the sophomores for the first time in ten years as Homecoming weekend opened " with the annu- al Freshmen-Sophomore Con- test. Freshmen cheered to victory- Co-chairmen Sam Mitchell and Jeff Taylor. Home- coming weekend Poor man ' s CARRIE NATION. What a wonderful birthday present! HEY GUYS— clear a space on the shelfl « 65 » Don ' t gimme that guff! The variety show, " I Wanna Go Back " , was followed by a pep rally and bonfire on the bock campus. Other Homecoming activities were the crowning of Linda Brown, 1958 Homecoming Queen, the game with Illinois Wesleyan, the coffee hour in the gym, and the dance in the Deca- tur Armory featuring the Tex Beneke Orchestra. Second Place — Sigma Alpha Epsilon With the theme, " Alums, We ' ve Gone Lunar Over You " , the Delta Sigma Phi first- place-winning house decoration featured a giant rocket being circled by a satellite. Second place honors went to Sigma Al- pha Epsilon ' s " Reflections of Old Reunite the Fold. " Pictures from the past were flashed on a huge screen. Delta Sigs and SAE ' s First Place — Delta Sigma Phi ' . r triumph twice The Delta Sig float displayed the four steps to victory with fraternity dream girl, Eunice Grabbe, seated in a niche in a large revolving football on the top step. The Sig Alph second-place float depicted a Wes- leyan player being " de-feeted " by two coeds with a woodsman ' s saw. Delta Sigs " Step " to first. Sig Alph ' s repeat for second, « 67 » Our crowning glory — LINDA BROWN A winning smile with charm and grace made Linda truly the " crowning glory " oj Millikin ' s Homecoming festivities. NAN HOADLEY Alpha Chi Omega BABS ZIMMER Delta Delta Delta PHYLLIS WELLS Millikin Independent Association JUDY LIGHT Zeta Tau Alpha « 68 » !■ jHRHMkv ' J ' ' " ' if « r 1 ■M ffjw r - ji. ' " Jj ij j, B Fall Kiddy Art 1028 Bulls Eye! " M " Sq OBOY! We Won! Thanks to Rutie and Judy. " Fall Fiesta " donations exceeded the $1500 campus goal this year as the campus chest drive grossed close to $1730. The profitable October weekend, headed by Judy Hagebush and Ruth Wieland, includ- ed a talent show, " Chez Blue " , and a gala outdoor carnival. Rosemary Whitaker and Harmon Mitchell, candidates of Pi Beta Phi and Tau Kappa Epsilon, were crowned Fall Fiesta King and Queen at the dance. 71 J m m Religious Emphasis Week at Millikin for 1959 was observed February 15-19. The theme, " Re- covering the Lost Dimension " , v as chosen to help students and faculty think constructively about their relationship with God, others, and themselves. This year R.E. Week had only one speaker, Dr. L. Wilson Kilgore of Lakewood, Ohio. Dr. Kilgore was a helpful discussion lead- er and a valuable source of information to the many who had problems and questions. Co- Chairmen were Betty Patterson and Jim Engle- man. Discussion seminars were held during the afternoons. Dr. Kilgore spoke to the student body to stimulate thought. A dedication service marked the close of R.E. Week. 72 I The Rev. Dr. L. Wilson Kilgore, pastor of the Lakewood Presbyterian Church in Lakev ood, Ohio, was the principal speak- er for R.E. Week. Rev. Kilgore, who holds an A.B. degree from Colgate University and a Bachelor of Divinity degree from Colgate Rochester Divinity School, came here on the hearty recommendation of President McKay. Co-chairmen Betty Patterson and Jim Engleman ' ' Recovering The Lost Dimension ' ' Devotions were held in the houses and dorms after hours. Jim Hill portrayed Pagliacci. Mandolins in the moonlight. 1 I Pagliacci The School of Music presented two operas this year, " I Pagli- acci " and a twelve-minute mod- ern opera, " There and Back " . Leading roles were played by Jim Hill, Rose Leuhr, Deanna Vlasich, and David Boyd in " 1 Pagliacci " , and Rosalie Hanson and Richard Pugsley in " There and Back " . ■ « 76 TOWN AND GOWN PRESENTS . . . ' The Matchmaker Shirley Cederquist and Dr. Jere C. Mickel starred in Thornton Wilder ' s rowdy, farce- comedy play, " The Matchmaker " , in Town and Gown ' s first three-night run. The change from the regular two performances to the three-night run was initiated by Town and Gown this year. All performances of " The Matchmaker " were well received by near-capacity crowds at Taylor Hall. Bob Golchert, Dave Stark, and Sue James were among members of the cast who turned in fine character portrayals. " The Matchmaker " was under the direc- tion of Julie Magnuson. Never, Never, NEVER! Women! NO! Are you chewing tobacco? So he sez to me he sez 77 The Dear Departed " " The Dear Departed " con- cerned the proverbial family quarrel over a dead rela- tion ' s belongings and was acted by a cast made up of Judy Ague, Bob Longbons, John Seaman, Marjie Radunz, Bonnie Kerrigan, and Mike Parrish. The WillO ' Th ' Wisp " " The Will O ' Th ' Wisp " was presented in a matinee performance in Taylor Hall under the direction of Jean Burkhalter and Wanda Boughter. The cast of " The Will O ' Th ' Wisp " , a fantasy about an Irish legend, in- cluded Betty Patterson, Dawn Davie, Sandy Bertash, and Virginia Hetzler. MONEY! ! ? Heidelberg University Chorus The Millikin Fine Arts Series was opened this year by Stanley Kimes accompanied by his wife, both of whom are alumni. After presenting an outstanding program, the couple was hon- ored at a reception given by SAE and DDD, their social organizations on campus. Norman Cousins spoke to the Millikin audi- ence on the " Responsibility of the United States for National Understanding, " a subject of timely interest to all. The Players Incorporated, a student dramatic group from Catholic University in Washington, D. C, celebrated their tenth anniversary by presenting Oedipus Rex. enrich college life. The Heidelberg University Chorus under the direction of Dr. Siegfried Hermelink thrilled the Millikin audience with its outstanding musi- cal abilities. The group, the most popular broad- casting chorus in Europe, is distinguished by its musical qualities rather than a stress on tech- nique. The Fine Arts Series for 1958-59 chose the Rococo Ensemble for its final program. The en- semble featured Paul Doktor, the world ' s best violist. Rococo Ensemble « 81 » Row 1: G. Lashly, J. Neesan, S. Sulenski, C. Brooks, P. Aukland, M. Gage, R. Nielson, S. Gibson. Row 2: Mr. Hilger, B. Harrell, D. Bailey, J. Deavor, D. Larson, Dr. Brewer, Row 3: R. Penecost, A. Aspengren, K. Judge, S. Cur- tis, S. Czerwonky, F. Fabian, S. Lee, B. Boyle. Row 4: D. Lauerman, E. Belcher, D. Grenear, D. Myrick, B. Broom, J. Suter. STUDENT COUNCIL President Dale Bailey and Vice-President Suzanne Curtis. On behalf of the student body. Presi- dent Dale Bailey led the Student Council through a successful year. Some of the activities sponsored by Student Council were the Homecoming Dance, Student Faculty Retreat, the Sweetheart Dance, and the Junior-Senior Prom. Suzanne Cur- tis served as vice-president and social chairman of the council. 84 Row 1: D. Gushing, J. Fitzpatrick, R. Hill, P. Cowgill. Row 2: J. Nies, J. Taylor, E. Belcher, J. Oberto, B. Dillingham. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL The Interfraternity Council is composed of the faculty advisers, presidents, and two other representatives from each men ' s Greek-letter organization. As a parliamentary body, the council decides and initiates issues which con- cern fraternities and their relations with each other, the university, and the public. This year the council held its annual dance in April. Sitting: K. Fleck, B. Zimmer. Kneeling: C. Frede, G. Muirheid, J. Graig, J. Seated: D. Hertenstein, S. Mitchell, M. Gass, PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Panhellenic Council consists of the president and rush chairman of each of the four national women ' s social fraternities on campus. In addi- tion to carrying out its main function of determ- ining rush rules, the Council sponsors a Pan- hellenic banguet, a slumber party, and a dance. This year the Council sponsored an informa- tion party for senior girls from the Decatur high schools to acguaint them with social organiza- tions. Council offices are rotated among the four fraternity presidents. Gross. Dean Falvey — Adviser, J. Gallatin. ALPHA CHI OMEGA OFHCERS Dixie Hertenstein President Judy Tucker Vice-President Kathleen Thomas Secretary Beverly Ater Treasurer Row 1: S. Collins, I. Thompson, G. Lashley, A. Paul, J. Baugher, R. Hallbauer, M. Kohler, C. Figley. Row 2: R. Hanson, R. Six, K. Thomas, Mrs. Peel, D. Herten- stein, G. Muirheid, J. Tucker. Row 3: J. Crowhurst, P. Aukland, G. Williams, L. Shaw, M. Gallowav. L. Stivers, S. MichI, F. Fabian, D. Behrend, N. Hoadley, C. Mavon, B. Ater. Row 4: S. Thomason, M. Radunz, J. Kettlekamp, A. Flinspach, S. Lee, J. White, M. Krause, J. Hehmeyer, M. Werries, J. Clough. Our illustrious President! Alpha Chi Omega again sponsored their annual All-School Street Dance, which was well supported by the student body, to begin an active year on campus. By December the remodeling and exten- tion of our chapter house had been complet- ed, and we celebrated with an open house for the campus community. We were able to have a buffet for the entire chapter in our new dining room before our winter formal, which lived up to its theme, " Out of This World. " The annual Christmas party for under- privileged children gave us much satisfaction and added extra meaning to Christmas for us. The Alpha Chis once again showed their leadership abilities, and we were proud to have Carol Mavon elected co-editor of the Millidek. Ruth Six was elected to Pi Mu Theta and Dixie Hertenstein to Who ' s Who. Cleo Figley and Rosalie Hanson appeared in cam- pus musical productions. We wish to express our sincere thanks to Mrs. W. D. Peel, our housemother, to Dean and Mrs. John Burhorn, our faculty advisers, and to Mrs. James Hazelrigg, our chapter adviser. « 87 » DELTA DELTA DELTA OFHCERS Mary Ann Gass President Elaine Miller Vice-President Lynne Dixon Secretary Ruth Wieland Treasurer Row 1: B. Zimmer, C. Heinkel, S. Sulenski, D. Clark, B. Borders, J. Heinlein, R. Furman, R. Wie ' .and. Row 2: A. Redifer, L. Dixon, B. Cannon, B. Link, B, Schien, M. Gass, Mrs, Hale, S. Heffernan, A. Haab, B. Boyle, C, Bardelmeier, E. Miller, A. Davis. Row 3: L. Laue, T. Hargreave, B. Thursby, B. Rachford, L. bkadden, B, Cassell, C. Schroeder, A. Given, D. Rosenberg, B. Hood, M. Griffin, J. Walker. Row 4: L. Giller, K JoUey, M. Turpin, M. Noack, C. Prudik, J. Hayer, J. Wentz, P. Cherry, J. Hendrian, S. Brumley, S. Hanes. B. Kern, C. Frede, J. Johnson. The HappY Hunters The school year 1958-1959 brought varied activities to the girls at 111 Park Place. From the beginning of September until the end of the year, Tri Deltas were busy with many school activities. Ruth Wieland served as co-chairman of Campus Chest, and Angela Davis and Lou Ann Giller were cho- sen as Big Blue cheerleaders. Class officer elections were won by Beverly Hood and Judy Hendrian in the freshman class, Carol Frede in the junior class and Angela Davis in the senior class. Tri Deltas who served on publications were Carol Frede, co-editor of the Millidek, Babs Zimmer, editor of the Stu- dent Directory, and Linda Laue, editor of the Student Handbook. Elaine Miller and Betty Schien represented Tri Delta in Phi Kappa Phi, and Babs Zimmer, Ruth Wieland, Elaine Miller, Betty Schien, Barb Link, Kay Jolley, and Mary Ann Gass were members of Pi Mu Theta. Elaine Miller, Babs Zimmer, Ruth Wie- land, Betty Schien and Mary Ann Gass were elected to Who ' s Who, Many others also held offices in campus organizations. Our thanks go to Mr. and Mrs. Don Shroy- er, our faculty advisers, and to Mrs. Hale, our housemother, for all of their help during the year. Through sharing in work and play, the members of Delta Delta Delta had a year full of fun and fellowship. « 89 » Row 1: M. Boersma, E. Berg, J. Van Ausdall, S. Bertash, Row 3: S. Curtis, R. Mulligan, J Bruns, J, Burkhalter, C. M. Gage, B. Bates, K. Fleck, B. Butler. Brooks, B. Patterson, J. Ganschinietz, J. Hagebush, A. Diennen, J. Gross, J. Benson, B. Witzeman, J. Kolb, J. Row 2: K. Philbrook, M. Stone, L. Brown, I. Fancher, J. Hanes, B, Mayne. MacDonald, Mrs. Erwin, S. Mitchell, N. Casteel, J. Row 4: J. Eskridge, D. Law, S. Suter, S. Krai, S. Skidmore, McClelland, M. Walquist, E. Grabbe, P. Gebhart. B. Juricka, I. Rizzuti, N. Dehner, S. Carrick, V. Crouch, P. Major, B. Yoder. Just " tee martoonies? " Smoke gets in your eyes. The school year of 1958-1959 brought the Pi Phi ' s back to Millikin for an exciting two semesters. Our new housemother, Mrs. E. Erwin, helped to entertain the Pi Beta Phi Grand Council. The fine new pledges gave such able assistance to the decorating efforts of Homecoming that the house and float took third places. To climax the weekend, Home- coming Co-Chairman, Selma Mitchell, pre- sented Linda Brown with the queen ' s trophy. Pi Phi ' s contributed to campus leadership as Mary Tempel Stone acted as editor of the Decaturian; Linda Brown, Suzy Curtis, Selma Mitchell and Mary Tempel Stone were elect- ed to Who ' s Who; Karla Fleck, Carole Brooks, Bev Jurica and Jo Benson acted as cheerlead- ers; Linda Brown, Joyce Fancher and Judy Hagebush were initiated into Phi Kappa Phi; Bev Jurica was treasurer of the Freshman Class; Karla Fleck was secretary and Mary Gage was vice-president of the Sophomore Class; and Judy Hagebush was vice-presi- dent of the Juniors. Suzy Curtis served as vice-president of Student Council and Betty Patterson worked as co-chairman of R. E. Week. To close the year, we would like to extend our thanks and appreciation to our wonder- ful housemother, Mrs. Erwin, and our very thoughtful advisers, Mr. and Mrs. " Hank " GUI. « 91 » ZETA TAU ALPHA OFFICERS Janice Gallatin President Helen Patrick Vice-President Sue Eckhardt Secretary jane Unzicker Treasurer Row 1: B. Barth, E. Tripp, H. Dicken, H. Patrick. Row 2: M. McKee, Y. Unakis, C. Roderick, J. Gallatin, Mrs, Mclntyre, M. Eckert, S. Eckhardt, J. Craig, S. York. Row 3: L. Chapman, J. Pankey, C. Hadley, S. Pharis, S. Dietrich, B. Harrell, J. Licht, J. Unzicker, M. Adams, C. Smith. Row 4: J. Cattinari, B. Kerrigan, B. Dudley, T. Nepil V. Pharis, S. Barkley, L. Satterfield, I. Bennett, R. Mays, E. Rogers, L. Spaninger, S. Logan, K. Wiedbush, P. McEldowney . Homecoming Fantasy Who ' s the " Iack " -0-Lantern? After returning from colorful Colorado, where the International Convention was held last summer, the Zetas began the year with many new ideas. At Homecoming, we were happy to have our float tie for third place. Our two house dances, " Harlequin Holiday " and " Crystal Castle " , which is to become an annual event, our tree trimming party, and our Christmas dinner were special events in the first semes- ter. Second semester featured the scholarship dinner, the annual faculty buffet and the spring formal. Zetas have been active on campus this year as Jan Gallatin was elected to Who ' s Who, and Joan Craig was initiated into Al- pha Epsilon Rho. Among Zetas in leadership positions on campus were Sue Pharis, presi- dent of the Spanish Club; Jan Gallatin, vice- president of the WAA, and treasurer of SEA; Jane Unzicker, head majorette; and Lynda Satterfield, drum majorette. Other members of Zeta Tau Alpha held offices in various organizations. We extend our sincere thanks to our house director, Mrs. D. M. Mclntyre, and to Mr. and Mrs. David Driesbach, our faculty ad- visers, for their help and guidance through- out the year. « 93 » Look closely before you judge! It ' s Greek to me! Pi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda lived up to an ideal of campus leadership this past year. AKL was well represented in the de- partmental clubs and organizations on cam- pus. The presidencies in the house were Interfraternity Council, Bruce Dillingham; Student Education Association, Barry Witz- gall; Tower Club, Terry Black; Christian Dis- cussion Group, Cliff Cox; and German Club, Bob Grenier. Steve Czerwonky served as treasurer of the Student Council. AKLs held many other organization offices on campus, also. Bob Golchert took a humorous leading role in " The Matchmaker. " Socially, the chapter presented their two annual house parties, " Toga Party " and " Go To Hell With AKL " , as well as other dances, and date nights. Pi Chapter played host to the AKL chap- ters of Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio this year for AKL ' s annual Tri-State Day. The chapter, as host, relinquished the Tri-State Trophy to the chapter winning most of the competitive events held. Scholastically, AKL won the Interfratern- ity Council Scholarship Award for second consecutive year. The AKLs are proud of the 1958-1959 year, locally and nationally, and look forward to their next, as their young Millikin chapter continues to go forward. « 95 » I Row 1: B. Homer, J. Benton, D. Vest, M. Perelli, P. Cowgill, J. Taylor, B. Link, W. Martin, G. DeCourcy, R. Hazel- rigg, B. Snel!, Row 2: D. Smith, K. Hamburg, R. Besalke, G. Goken, B. Beaman, E. Lindquist, B. Slade, J. Jolley, G. Elms, D. Strobel, B. Young, D MacGregor, J. Kettlekamp, G. King, R. Herman, D. Ford. Row 3: R. Corley, J. Buza, C. Pate, B. Mueller, J. Ahlenius, K. Pirtle, F. McTaggart, J. Taylor, G. Patterson. Row 4: G. Hendricks, D. Brown, J. Edmonston, E. Belcher, J. Konrad, D. Lauerman, J. Prange, M. Vogt, G. Lents, T. Chamblin. i Row 1; J. Quiram, M. Chapman, R. Trowbridge, R. Holler, B. Turner, D, Ferris, L. Grider, J. Billington, J. Talbert. How 2: R. Brooks, T. Hents, G. Peterson, L. Crites, J. Hoff- man, J. Anderson, M. Day, J. Freeman. Row 3: P. Blanltenburg, I. Domesick, H. Thompson, K. Har- frich, D. Anderson, D. O ' Donnell, L. Deiss. Row 4: V. Cina, C. Walker, G. Sebens, D. Maxey, C. Teeters, W. Hicks, B. Nelson, B. Martin, B. Stoutenborougn. 1313 During the summer of 1958, the Alpha Lambda Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi was awarded a plaque for being the outstanding chapter of the International Fraternity for the second straight year. This was just the start of another great year on campus. Early in the semester three Delta Sigs were elected class presidents, Jim Talbert, Freshman; Konnie Pirtle, Sophomore; and Mike Perelli, Senior. Mike Perelli, Ron Her- man, Larry Haab, and Jeff Taylor were elect- ed to Who ' s Who. We were well represented in almost all campus activities. Perelli and Haab were business managers for the Milli- dek. Glen Elms was president of the " M " Club, and Jim Jolley and Dean Strobel were captains of the track and basketball teams, respectively. The highlight of the first semester was the sweep of top honors for our Homecoming house and float decorations. Other chapter activities during the year included a pledge dance, a winter dance, a spring formal, and our annual " Sailor ' s Ball. " All of these have added up to a fine, well- rounded year here at 1313 West Main for the Brothers of Delta Sigma Phi. Row 1: L. Schaller, R. Vlk, J. Orndorff, J. Conners, J. Harlin, D. Flemming. Row 2: J. McCoy, G. Kenney, J. Koger, L. Coe, D. Gushing, Mrs. Applegate, R. Rain, J. Vrooman, R. Helm, T. Taylor. Row 3: B. Walker, D. Bunting, G. Fleetwood, D. Dunscomb, B. Hart, B. Swearingen, C. Davelis, T. Weyher, P. Kottardis, N. Tingley, R. Walker, R. Gill, A. Ammann, R. Riedel. Row 4: J. Nies, C. Bach, T. Gibbons, D. Sebok, J. Suter, C. Burns, T. Richardson, D. Davis, D. Ast, D. Gendry, R. Osth, H. Knutson, T. Cooper, J. Riddle. Row 1: R. Kopecky, G. Piper, D. Roth, P. Gushing, Mrs. Applegate, R. Smith, D. Wilson, G. Hiles, J. GUI. Row 2: D. Schwartz, J. Douglas, J. Hughes, B. Coughlin, R. Jorstad, T. Chilton, R. Gendry, R. Gora, J. Andrews, L. Moore. Row 3: R. Stark, R. Hutchins, J. Mades, B. Stoner, J. Bayless, J. Harris, E. Dash, J. Hyinck, R. George, G. Wesoloski, J. Smith. This has been another successful year for Illinois Delta of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Things s tarted out big with rush and a fine pledge class directed by Dick Walker and Joe Nies. On the fall social calendar were several house dances and the annual Christmas par- ty that the chapter gives for the Boys Oppor- tunity Home. In December, Sigma Alpha Epsilon also worked to help sponsor a wheel- chair basketball game, from which part of the proceeds went to help support a local organization for the physically handicapped. Men of SAE were also active on the cam- pus. Ron Rain served as co-chairman of Freshman Camp, and Jim Engleman was co- chairman of Religious Emphasis Week. Joe Nies was president of the Junior Class, and several other SAE ' s served in positions of campus leadership, in sports, activities, and student government. University Sing and the spring dinner- formal helped to round out a most enjoyable and fruitful year for the men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. « 99 » ' f TAU KAPPA EPSILON OFFICERS Jim Fitzpatrick President Bob Hill Vice-President Ken McBain Secretary- Bill Colby Treasurer How 1: D. Day, B. Collier, L. Walkington, B. Boston, A. Kunz, B. Devlin, C. Querrey. Row 2: D. Ryan, N. Springer, N. Schiewe, J. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Graham, B. Hill, K. McBain, J. Mulligan, B. Colby. Row 3: N. Evangelista, B. Bliler, D. Crowell, B. Cartwright, T. Dean, J. Valentine, D. Boyd, B. Nelson, J. Tobias, B. Snell, C. Gray. Row 4: J. Weaver, D. Wallin, T. Christiansen, D. Edmunds, R. Gable, B. Liles, A. Johanson, D. Clements, S. Wilker- son, D. Bailey. Row 1: H. Christianson, B. Berg, J. Oxley, Mrs. Graham, N. Schiewe, T. Foerster, B. Severino. How 2: H . Longerich, E. Wilson, J. Seaman, G. Waldron, D. Rogers, B. Schafer, T. O ' Brien, B. Weber. Row 3: H. Klebe, J. McFadden, J. Ward, L. Lenzin, P. Rezin, M. Andrix, G. Davis, B. Burgis, W. Sadowski. The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon have com- pleted another year of fellowship together. We began the year in our completely redecorated chapter house and our wonder- ful housemother, Mrs. Gloria Graham, re- turned for another year with us. The first semester was marked by a full schedule of social events. Included in this schedule were exchanges, house dances, a magnificent for- mal, the annual Harvest Hop, and the all- school Fall Fiesta, with Harmon Mitchell reigning as king. During second semester the " bearded " men of Tau Kappa Epsilon celebrated Beta Chapter ' s fiftieth year on Millikin ' s campus. The festivities began in February with a ban- quet at the Masonic Temple in Decatur, which was attended by the Grand Officers of Tau Kappa Epsilon. On the anniversary day, April 17th, the annual Festival of the Red Carnation was held. With all these activities the men of TKE still had time to participate in campus activi- ties. Dale Bailey, Student Council President, and Cliff Gray, Freshman Camp Co-Chair- man, were elected to Who ' s Who. Nick Evangelista, Harmon Mitchell, and Bob Bliler were presidents of campus organizations. « 101 » MILLIKIN INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Pat Mades President Myra Bowers Vice-President Delores Hicks Secretary Paul Stoutenborough Treasurer Row 1: L. Brooks, B. Wright, M, Tharp, A. MUler, P. Modes, M. Bowers, D. Hicks, B Randolph, D. Swanson. Row 2: S. Gibson, P. Wells, C. Luly, D. Gernand, P. Stout- enborough, L. Reif, R- Amick, A. Ross, D. Wilson. Hey — there ' s a camera on us! The Millikin Independent Association en- joyed a wonderful tenth year on the campus. Campus Chest weekend was an exciting time with Paul Stoutenborough and Pat Modes selected as candidates for the Fall Fiesta king and queen contest. At the carni- val the MIA marriage booth proved to be highly successful. At Homecoming time we nominated Phyl- lis Wells as our lovely queen candidate. We celebrated Christmas by sponsoring a party featuring games and dancing for all unaffiliated students. The success of the Millikin Independent Association in the 1958-1959 school year was due largely to the advice and encouragement of our wonderful faculty advisers, Mr. and Mrs. V Ailliam Williams. VET IS an ex-servicemen ' s fraternity which was organized on campus jour years ago. The organization enables veterans to participate in social and cultural activities at Millikin and also helps them to keep abreast of current veteran ' s affairs. Row 1: R. Davis, L. Whitehurst, Dean Ploenges, D. Rayhill, Row 3: R. Jewel, J. Chilton, J. Van Tile, P. Pritts, L. Rey- D. Resler. nolds, J. Mitchell, T. Link. Row 2: M- Lloyd, I. Warnick, B. Hebenstrat, J. Deaver, J. Moessner, R. Griffin, J. TuUey. I Row 1: M. Gage, ]. Hefti, Miss Hoss. Row 2: G. Fleetwood, U. Klabunde, B. Grenier, D. Rvan, C. Cox, D. Ed- monds, B. Richie. DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN The German Club, Der Deutsche Verem, conducts all its meetings in German and spon- sors an annual Christmas party and a spring picnic to which first year students are invited as guests. The club also takes an active part in International Night, which is held during second semester. JUNIOR PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Junior Panhellenic Council strives to promote friendly relations among the pledges of all women ' s fraternities. The council consists of the president, vice-president, and social chairman o[ each pledge class. This year the council made programs for the annual Panhellenic dance and sponsored a service project on campus. Left to right: J. Clough, S. Mitchell, S. Hanes, B. Cassell, M. Radunz, J, White, J. Bennett, P. Major, D. Law, S. Carrick, V. Pharis. Row 1: M. Gass, S. Mitchell R. Wieland, E. Miller. Row 2: B. Schien, P. Rains D. Hertenstein, ]. Galla- tin, M. Stone. Row 3: B, Zimmer, M. Perel- li, J. Taylor, D. Bailey, C Grey. WHO ' S WHO Students are selected to " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities " on the basis of character, citizenship, scholastic achievement, leadership, and responsibility. The candidates are judged by a committee selected by the Dean and then approved by the National Headquarters of Who ' s Who. Membership in Phi Kappa Phi, a notional honor fraternity, is based upon high scholastic achievement and good character. Members are selected twice each year. Dr. Carl Weatherbee heads the group. The students ' names are placed in the An- nual Publication of " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. " Seated: B. Schien, J. Fan- cher, J. Cox, J. McClel- land, L. Brown. Standing: B. Zi, S. Curtis, P. Gebhart, M. Gass, S. Siefferman, P. Rains, Miss Nichols — Advisor, J. Kaf- ka, S. Marion, R. Six, B. Link, E. Miller, B- Zimmer, R. Wieland, K. Jolley. Not Pictured: C. Pemble. PI MU THETA Pi Mu Theta, honorary fraternity for senior women, was founded at Millikin in 1912. The organization promotes scholarship, leadership, and service. Each semester a $50 scholarship is given to a worthy junior girl. Other worthwhile service projects are also carried out during the year. . ■ PHI CHI ALPHA Phi Chi Alpha is a senior men ' s honorary fraternity with membership based on scholastic achievement. Each member must maintain an overall 3.0 average and have completed 68 academic hours. Gary Goken was president of the fraternity and Dr. Daniel Gage served as faculty adviser. Row 1: Dr. Gage, R. Herman. Row 2: R. Zollars, C. Gray, L. Haab, G. Goken. Kneeling: J. Nies, J. Fink, B. Zimmer. Seated: W. Epps, B. Link, A. Given, J. Craig, T. Burkhalter, K. McBain, L. Brown, Mrs. McNabb. Standing: B. Bliler, W. Mar- tin, Y, Unakis A. Davis, K, Philbrook, R Helm, N Tingley, R. Sutton, L, Barnes, D. Stark. ALPHA EPSILON RHO Alpha Epsilon Rho is a national radio and television fraternity. At Millikin, Alpha Kappa Chapter has acted as the center of all broad- " casting activities. All students with a professed interest in broadcasting are invited to become monitors of the chapter. Larry Barnes served as president, and the faculty adviser was Mrs. McNabb. CHI ETA RHO Chi Eta Rho is an honorary accounting asso- ciation which requires of its members a 2.5 average in accounting subjects. The associa- tion ' s purpose is to acquaint the college ac- counting student with members of the account- ing profession and with the business world. Row 1: Dr. Belt, D. Gneckow, A. Babb, J. Prange, K. Thomas, Mr. Paine. Row 2: B. Beaman, H. Knudson, J. Sadowski, J. Potratka, C. Pierce, F. Daniels, J. Benton. Row 3: L. Haab, M. Lloyd, P. Stoutenborough, D. Myrick, E. Kuhn, B. Mueller, L. Rief. ' 4 PI KAPPA DELTA OFFICERS Buryl Engleman President Susan Siefferman Vice-President Suzanne Curtis . . . Secretory-Treasurer MEMBERS: A. Aspengren, R. Clary, Mrs. D. Gage, Dr. J. Mickel, Dean C. Miller, J. Taylor, J. Taylor, W. Boughter, D. Wilber, W. Martin, D. Turner, R. Meuhlebach. Pi Kappa Delta is the national forensic or debate fraternity at Millikin. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate progress in and further the interests of intercollegiate speech activities and to encourage the incentive for achievement. Each year the Millikin chapter participates in several forensic meets with en- trants in such divisions as debate, original oratory, extemporaneous speaking, and discus- sion. The faculty adviser is Mrs. Gage. SIGMA ZETA Sigma Zeta is a notional honorary science fraternity that strives to foster mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. The national Sigma Zeta convention was held on Millikin ' s campus on April 2, 3, and 4 this year. Row 1: L. Wheeler, C. Shellburne, B. Kerrigan, B. Ater, M. Thompson, C. Miller, J. Cattinari, J. Richardson, J. Doss, D. Ryan, T. Cooper. Row 2: B. Snell, G. Goken, S. Johnson, R. Ritchie, R. Tate, J. Boyd, A. Soards, C. Cox, B. Chan, G. Ramsey, D. Troutman, T. Richardson, J. Myers. Row 3: T. Fitzpatrick, N. Springer, C. Pate, J. Gardner, D. Edmunds, T. Forrester, T. Little, J. Brown, D. Allen, U. Klabunde, L. Flitz. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha Iota, a national pro- fessional music fraternity for women, established Nu Chapter at Millikin in 1917. The purpose of the group is to promote the best in music not only in the community but around the world. Chapter membership consists of women with a major or minor in music who show excellence in scholarship, musicianship, and character. Events sponsored by Sigma Alpha Iota during the school year included the Fall Festival, monthly musicales, weekly programs at the Anna B. Millikin Home, and radio and TV programs. The group co-sponsored the School of Music Mixer and the University Sing. Dr. Ruth Maxwell served as faculty adviser. ° a ' ' d ' ' ' ' " ' ' ■sy ' - Coberly, R. Luehr, Row 4: S. Hood, H. Kolberer, S. York. Row 2: P. Evereole, B. Schien, M. Mickle. " " " = ° ' Vlasich, J. Unzicker. Row 3: M. Werries, Dr. Maxwell— Faculty Adviser, C. Fig- 6: J. Rice, L. Brooks. ley- Row 7: R. Hanson, P. Schaffenocker. PHI MU ALPHA OFFICERS Jess Kimble President 1958-1959 Frank Post President 1959-1960 Roger Davenport Treasurer Dale Craig Historian, V arden Stuart Wilker en Pledge Trainer Beta Theta chapter of Phi Mu Alpha en- joyed a very successful year. Ten pledges and three initiates vv ere added to the total enrollment. Ted Bell, the new faculty adviser, assisted the chapter in its efforts to carry out the four purposes of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. These purposes are: 1) to advance the cause of music in America; 2) to promote the gen- eral welfare of students of music; 3) to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of stu- dents of music; and 4) to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. The main activities of the chapter this year were giving an American Contempo- rary Program, co-sponsoring University Sing, and bestowing honorary membership. Plans for next year include the appear- ance of a nationally-known jazz group. OFFICERS Seated: Jesse Kimble, President 1958-1959; Frank Post, Presi- dent 1959-1960. Standing: Dale Craig, Historian, Warden; Stuart Wilkersen, Pledge Trainer; Roger Davenport, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Larry Ball, Vice President; George Baker, Treasurer. Row 1: I. Anderson, R. Davenport, L. Ball, R. Nelson. Row 2: D. Craig, H. Peterson, J. Kimble, F. Post, S. Wil kersen. I. Bennett, J. Unzicker, L. Saiterfield, J. Creech, C. Smith. MAJORETTE SQUAD The majorette squad added zest to this year ' s football games by providing entertaining half-time performances. Jane Unzicker served as head majorette. 112 UNIVERSITY CHORUS The membership of the Millikin University Chorus consists of townspeople and students. Under the direction of Wesley Snyder, the cho- rus annually presents " The Messiah " . Row I: B. Patterson, C. Figley, E. Berg, P. Rains, J. Cox, L, Bly, D. Vlasich, A. Paul, R. Hanson, R, Luehr, J. Reiners, S. Denman, A. Drennan, H. Dicken. Row 2: S. York, T. Winfrey, B. Yoder, K. Wiedbush, I. Kettle- karap, K. Philbrook, E. Stuart, J. Wentz, M. Werries, J. Unzicher, M. Weber, J. Johnson, P. Major, L. Giller. A CAPPELLA CHOIR A Cappella Choir, composed entirely of college members, is a choral group familiar not only to the Decatur area, but also to communities throughout Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri. It has made numerous appearances at the Millikin weekly chapel services. Consisting of approximately fifty members, the choir presented a winter and spring concert at Millikin and made two tours, singing in vari- ous high schools and churches in the St. Louis and Chicago areas. The group is under the capable direction of Mr. Wesley Snyder. To use an expression of Mr. Snyder ' s which is echoed by the members . . . " Ah, yes, we do have a good time! " Row 3: E McCarty, R. Pugsley, S. Corrington, G. Longenbaugh, J. Bayless, P. Beadles, J. Flint, D. Sebok, J. Taylor. Row 4:B Bailey, G. Baker, J. Quiram, D. Boyd, J. Hill, T. Endean, L. Schaller, R. Allen, K. Pirtle, M. Borens, J. Hymk. Row 1: L. Stivers, E. Grabbe, Miss Sparks, E. Tnpp, P. Aukland. Row 2: S. Swanson, K. Ray- mond, C. Raymond, S. Collins, B. Hood, S. Thom- ason, P. Thompson. Row 3: M. Stonecipher, K. Philbrook, M. Kaulig, I. Kesselring, N. Bradley, M. McKee. TAU CHI PI Tau Chi Pi is open to any student enrolled in a course in secretarial science. Its aims are to discuss business and its problems, and to train organization members for future work in the business world. Erna Tripp was president this year, and Miss Margaret Sparks serves as the group ' s adviser. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION The Student Education Association is de- signed to acquaint students who are consider- ing teaching as a career with the profession. Highlights of the group ' s program are talks given by student teachers about their ex- periences in practice teaching. Barry Witzgall served as president, and Dr. Oren McClure was faculty adviser. Row 1: I. Johnson, ]. Heinlein, A. Davis, J. Tucker, J. Gallatin, B. Witzgall, B. Zimmer, K. Philbrook, H. Patrick, M. Walquist, B- Cassell. Row 2: N. Lenover, R. Johnson, T. Booker, I. Pruss, P. Wells, M. Turpin, L. Dixon, C. Bardelmeier, Mrs. J. Schultz, S. Czer- v onky, M. Gass. Row 3: J. White, R. Wieland, L. Laue, B. Boyle, Y. Unakis M. Noack, B. Kern, J. Licht, B. Barth, B. Harrell, B. Grenier. Row 4: D. Phillips, S. Hanes, S. Bauer, S. Gibson, S. Marion, A. Ross, D. Wilson, B. Golchert, B. Bailey. ' 4 II ' Bl I. ■Row 1: B. Harrell, J. Ben- nett, J. Schoppe. Row 2: R. Johnson, N. Park- inson, Dr. Martha O ' Nan, S. Czerwonky, K. Ham- burg. LA SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA La Sociedad Espanola is an organization for second year and advanced Spanish students who are interested in furthering their knowl- edge and appreciation of Spanish and Latin American customs and culture. The varied programs consist of movies, slides, music, and addresses. One of the major activities is partici- pation in the annual International Night. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Le Cercle Francois is an organization com- posed of students in French classes. Its meetings are planned for the enjoyment of French lan- guage, culture, and customs. Row 1: A. Dashiell, B. Ater, K. Fleck, B. Witzeman, C. Frede, M. Gage. Row 2: Dr. Flora Ross, J. Hagebush, B. Alderson, E. Berg, D. Behrends, E. Miller, S. Sulenski, C. Kaley, R. Nielsen, N. Parkinson, L. Laue, Dr. Martha O ' Nan. Row 1: Mr. Glasscock, Mr. Storey, Mr, Williams. Row 2: S. Choi, K. Probst, V. Ermovick, E. Svoboda, B. Swartz, P. Stoutenbor- ough, D. Resler. Row 3. J. Rayhill, F. Biddle, B. Walden, A. Burline, T. Whitehurst, G. Rickard, J. Allen, L. Muzzy. Row 4: C. Pate, I. Mack, W. Moss, B. Zimmer, J. Mills, T. Richardson, J. Myers. MILLIKIN INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY The Millikin Industrial Society attempts to promote good relations between the Industry Department and local industries. Club members are given the privilege of using the facilities of Machinery Hall on " Workshop Night " so that they may better acquaint themselves with the machinery and equipment of the department. All students interested in industry or industrial activities are eligible to join the group. Kenneth Probst was president of MIS this year. CONANT Conant Society is a literary group which meets once a month on campus. Upperclassmen who have shown an interest m English are invited to join. One of the annual projects of the society is a writing contest open to the entire student body. Linda Brown served as president this year, and Dr. Ruth Maxwell was faculty adviser. Row 1: J. Hagebush, B. Cannon, B. Zi, P. Gebhart. Row 2: J. Fancher, Mr. Hilger, L. Brown, Dr. Nichols, Dr. Max- well, R. Wieland. Row 3: S. Bauer, B. Link, E. Miller, P. Modes, L. Laue, S. Mitchell, M. Walquist V Kerasotes, S. Langsfeld. Row 4: S. Gibson, B. Golchert, C. Frede, B. Bliler, S. Marion, Z. Eddy. Row 1: C. Wayne, R, Sutton, M. Parrish. Row 2: M. Day, B. Allan. YOUNG DEMOCRATS YOUNG REPUBLICANS The Young Democrats and the Young Republicans attempt to provide a political education for their members and to promote responsible citizenship. Row 1: S. Curtis, L. Reif, L. Nicoloff, J. Wauchope, Row 2: B. Cartwright, J. Prange, J. Taylor, B. Ker- rigan, D. Clements. Row 1: B. Chan, B. Grenier, B. Bailey, J. Kaericher, C. Clevenger, D. Driesbach, Adviser. Row 2: E. Stuart, D. Noehre, B. Golchert, S. Czerwonky, C- Wayne, J. Fink, J. Deaver, B. Grimes, B. Zi. Back: T. Black, President. TOWER CLUB Tower Club is an organized group of art- minded students whose purpose is to awake in Millikin students an interest in the creative arts. The club also attempts to encourage members who are not art majors to search for and to make use of their " hidden talents. " Tower Club sponsors painting workshops, special interest programs, and a picture display each year. Mr. David Driesbach advises the group. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club is composed of women taking home economics courses. The club ' s activities for this year were the Student- Faculty Tea, a Valentine party for orphans, a stationery and cookie sale, the annual Senior Banguet, and the style show for mothers. Bar- bara Kern served as president, and Mrs. Bertha Fharis was faculty adviser. Row 1: S. Lee, J. Jolmson, B. Boyle, B. Kern, B. Zimmer, J, Pankey D Rosenberg. Row 2: S. Heffernan, M. Eckert, J. Unzicker, J. Craig, J. Tucker, A Davis, E. Spence, Mrs. Phans — Adviser. Row 3: J. VanAusdall, J. McDonald, I. Kalfa, S. Gibson, B. Barth, C. Hadley, J. Moorehead, R. Six, R. Wieland. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS National Collegiate Players, founded one year ago at Millikin, is a national dramatic fraternity. NCP promotes an appreciation of the drama. RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE Freshman Camp, University Youth Fellow- ship, and Religious Emphasis Week are spon- sored by the Religious Life Committee as a part of its efforts to maintain a spiritual atmosphere at Millikin. Row 1: Mrs. McNabb, C. Pemble, C. Brooks, D. Larson. Row 2: Dr. Daniel Gage, A. Flinspach, D. Gernand, Dr. Neal Doubleday, Dean John Burhorn. Seated: Mrs. White, Mrs. Shriner. Standing: Mrs. Chodat, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Jeffers, HOUSEMOTHERS The housemothers strive to keep a " homey " atmosphere in the dorms and to give the girls the fundamentals of etiquette. RESIDENT WOMEN ' S ASSOCIATION The Resident Women ' s Association Council is the governing body of the four women ' s dormitories. Its primary functions are the en- forcement of order in the dormitories and the provision of social activities. Faculty advisers of RWAC are Mrs. Ruth Walker and Dean Fran- ces Falvey. Seated: M. Stone, Dean Falvey, L. Laue, C. Mavon, C. Frede, B. ZimiTier. Standing: S. Czerwonky, T. Chamblin, L. Haab, H. Longerich, Mr. Gray. PUBLICATIONS BOARD Kneeling: D, Clements, T. Christiansen. Standing: J. Valentine, H. Mitchell, B. Nelson, B, Cartwright. The editors, business managers, and advisers of the student publications, the pub- lications ' photographer, and the treasurer of Student Council compose the membership of the Publications Board. The group meets to discuss and v ork out solutions to problems m connection with the publications. Dean Frances Falvey serves as chairman. ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega is an international organization of college men v ho assemble in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law to develop friendship and promote service to humanity. STUDENT DIRECTORY The Student-Faculty Directory is published each fall through the cooperation of the Office of Admissions and the Directory manager and staff. It furnishes the telephone num- bers and addresses of all Millikin students and faculty. Babs Zimmer served as editor. STUDENT HANDBOOK The Student Handbook is published during the summer to inform new students of the academic and social standards, traditions, and organizations that are integral parts of Milli- kin life. Linda Laue edited the handbook which will be distrib- uted this summer and next fall. Kneeling: J. Heinlem, J. Crowhurst. Standing: J. Nies, E. Berg, L. Laue. DECATURIAN Mary Tempel Stone, editor, and Dave Ast, business manager, brought the Decaturian through a year of growth during 1958-1959. The Decaturian was larger this year, six pages weekly; and it changed in general ap- pearance with the switch to the exclusive use of the Bodoni type family in headline typog- raphy. The new three-column masthead also provided more front page news space and greater flexibility and vari ety in makeup. Assistant editor, Fred McTaggart; sports editor, Tony Chamblin; feature editor, Pat Auk- land; activities editor, Bev Harrell; proof editor, Emilyann Berg; and circulation manager, Elaine Miller offered valuable assistance. MILLIDEK EDITORS Carol Frede and Carol Mavon New buildings will soon rise on the campus of Millikin University. Students are displaying new evidence of a desire to learn. Under the leadership of President McKay, a long-range development program is being launched. In the spirit of growth dominating every aspect of our university life, the theme of our yearbook is " Millikin and Its Students Advance Together " . The editors have endured the usual head- aches and nightmares accompanying a college yearbook, but now through your cooperation, deadlines have been met. With satisfaction the staff presents to you, the students of Millikin University, the 1959 MILLIDEK. MILLIDEK STAFF Row 1: B.Barth, M, Noack, N. Dahner. Row 2: n Clements, B. Kerrigan, J. Eskridge, J. Hendrian. BUSINESS MANAGERS Larry Haab and Mike Perelli COACHES Ralph Allan, Don Shroyer Big Blue led by Allan and Shroyer Coach Ralph Allan finished his 12th season as head basketball coach in 1958-59. In his 12 years at Millikin, the Blue have won five College Conference of Illinois championships and have finished second three times. In 1951, he guided the Blue to a second-place finish in the national tournament of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Coach Don Shroyer finished his third year as head football coach. In 1956, the Big Blue finished second to Wheaton. In 1957 it finished third and this year, sixth. ASSISTANT COACH Hal Pritchard « 130 » 1959 M ' Man " Jungle Jim " Jolley, Millikin ' s first three-year letterman since 1942 has been selected as " M " man of 1959 by the Millidek editors. The award is based on athletic ability, scholarship, sports- manship, and extra-curricular activities. Jim is right at the top in each of these categories. Captain of the 1959 track squad and holder of the Joe Catlin memorial award, Jolley has pinned down letters in football, basketball and track both last year and this year. He has been a regular in football for three years and in bas- ketball for the last two years. Yet somehow Jim seems to find time for extra-curricular activities. He served as presi- dent of " M " club early this year and has served as sergeant-at-arms for Delta Sigma Phi the past two years. Row 1: B. Stoutenborough, D. MacGregor, W. Wright, M. Perelli, T. Carlson. Row 2: K. Hartrich, J. Koger, C. Davelis, D. Vlk, L. Coe, T. Chamblin. " M " Club Row 3: T. Weyer, R. Jorstad, H. Mitchell, J. lolley, G. Elms, W. Martin, B. Grimes. « 131 » Captain, Frank Biddle FOOTBALL SCORES Millikin 20 Missouri Valley ... 35 Millikin 20 Augustana 6 Millikm 58 Elmhurst 12 Millikin. 12 Carroll 32 Millikin 0 Wheaton 26 Millikin 0 North Central ....18 Millikin 6 Wesleyan 13 Millikin 19 Lake Forest 30 2 wins, 6 losses Row 1: L. Moore, B. Severino, B. Collier, J. Domescik, N. Evangelista, L. Haab, B. LeGrand, F. Biddle, D. Ernst, R. Hazelrigg, T. Chamblin, D. Farris, B. Homer, B. Martin. Row 2: D. Resler, B. Turner, J. Lyles, J. Freeman, D. Vlk, C. Davelis, D. Maxey, J. jolley, R. Jorstod, J. Gordy, I Anderson, K. Hartrich, D. Siweck. Row 3: J. Rayhill, B. Innis, D. Soelle, R. Gabel, C. Walk- er, M. Chapman, R. Corley, J. Billington, B. Robinson, L. Crites, D. Rutz, M. Mead. 14 « 132 » TOP TO BOTTOM John Anderson Jerry Domescik Larry Haab Ken Hartrich Pile Up! Shroyer ' s Crew ' The Blue finished with a disappointing 2-6 record for the 1958 football season and ended up in sixth place in the College Conference of Illinois. However, the season was highlighted by the play of senior lettermen Bill Innis, Jack Gordy, Frank Biddle, Merle Chapman, Rick Hazelrigg, Jim Jolley, Larry Haab, and Nick Evangelista. Hazelrigg was selected as Lineman of the Year by the Decaturian, and was named to the CCl All-Star defensive team. 134 Jim Jolley Dave Resler Jim Lyles Offense or Defense? Hike 2-3-4! ?5 » « 136 » Go Millikin! ' ' We cheered them on ' Six vivacious coeds enthusiastically led the cheers for the Big Blue teams this year. Headed by Captain Karla Fleck, the cheerleaders were Angle Davis, Lou Ann Giller, Bev Jurica, Maddy Weber, and Carole Brooks. M. Weber, A. Davis, K. Fleck, B. Jurica, C. Brooks, L. Giller. 139 Basketball season brought a disappointing 4-18 won-lost rec- ord as Coach Ralph Allan was forced to depend mostly on in- experienced players. Prospects for next year look better. Sever- al promising transfer students, including Tony Lents and Bob Von Behren, will gain eligibility and several promising under- classmen with a year of experi- ence under their belts figure to provide plenty of help. Rebound! « 140 » BASKETBALL SCORES Millikm 67 Millikin 84 Millikin 91 Millikin 73 Millikin 98 Millikin 57 Millikin 79 Millikin 79 Millikin 75 Millikin 76 Millikin 70 Millikin 73 Millikin 78 Millikin 81 Millikin 100 Millikin 67 Millikin 88 Millikin Ill Millikin 89 Millikin 71 Millikin 77 Millikm 96 4 wins, Alumni 73 Quincy 92 MacMurray 75 Wheaton 107 Augustana 93 MacMurray 65 Quincy 88 McKendree 88 North Central 84 Elmhurst 82 Wesleyan 74 Eastern 96 Wheaton 106 Carroll 87 Lake Forest 94 Augustana 76 North Central ... .105 Elmh ' st (2 o ' times) 106 Lake Forest 96 Carroll 87 Wesleyan 81 Eastern 137 18 losses Coach Ralph Allan and Captain Dean Strobel Row 1: J. Hoffman, I. Domescik, G. Wesolowski, L. Thompson, B. Wright, T. Taylor, J. Koger, J. Bilhngton, J. Taylor, manager. Row 2: Ralph Allan Coach, D. Parker, H. Mitchell, B. Zimmer, J. Jolley, V. Trantina, S. Spaulding, G, Elms, D. Strobel, B. Grimes, B. Kirby, H. Prichard, assistant coach. « 141 » Captain Joe Koger Coach Don Shroyer had a nucleus of seven lettermen for the Big Blue baseball team this year. These returnees were pitch- ers Larry Haab and Joe Koger (Captain), infielders Mike Perelli and Tom Carlson, and outfielders Jeff Taylor and Bruce Grimes. « 146 » BASEBALL SCHEDULE No. of Where March School Gomes Played 28 — Saturday . . . Eastern 2 . . . Charleston 30— Monday .... U. of 111. Ext. . . ,2 Decatur April 11 — Saturday. . . Lake Forest. . 2 Decatur 18 — Saturday. . . North Central .2 Decatur 25 — Saturday. . . Elmhurst 2. . . . Elmhurst 29 — Wednesday .Wesleyan. ... 1 Decatur May 2 — Saturday . . . Wheaton 2 . . . . Wheaton 9 — Saturday . . . Carroll 2 . . . Waukesha 16 — Saturday. . . Augustana. . . 2 Decatur 20 — Wednesday .111. Wesleyan. .1 . . Bloomington Row 1: G. Rickard, G. Patterson, T. Carlson, K. Curry, D. Farris, L. Thompson. Row 2: D. Rutz, D. Ernst, I. Domescik, R. Smith, L. Haab, J. Koger. Row 3: I. Hoffman, G. Lonnon, B. Grimes, I. Taylor, J. Andrews, R. Jorstad, J. Connors. Kneeling: B. Wright, B. Walker, K. Hartrich, B. Berg, B. Boyer, D. lohnston, R. Sutton, L. Crites. Standing: T. Taylor, C. Davelis, J. Jolley, T. Wehyer, B. Martin, J. Freeman, S. Lee. D. Ryan, G. King. J. Jolley, D. MacGregor, R. Allan TRACK Co ach Ralph Allan fielded an experi- enced track team which included six returning lettermen. These lettermen were Captain Jim Jolley, Gene King, Willard Wright, Chuck Davelis, Ken Hartrich, and Bill Boyer. The team took part in eight meets in addition to the conference meet which was held at Wheaton. « 149 » B. Wright G. King J. lolley « 151 » Jack Chilton, Captain GOLF Millikin ' s defending College Conference of Illinois golf champions were paced this year by lettermen Captain Jack Chilton, Harmon Mitch- ell, Wayne Martin, Don Martin, and Gail Hupp. Kneeling: D. Martin, J, Chil- ton. Standing: G. Hupp, H. Mit- chell, W. Martin. « 152 » W. A. A. The Women ' s Athletic Association, an organization designed to promote in- terest in women ' s athletics, is open to all women students. It sponsors the women ' s intramural program through which the social organizations com- pete for a traveling trophy. Individual awards are given to members for par- ticipation in the program. W.A.A. also sponsors a tennis tournament and a pic- nic. President of the association this year is Kay Jolley. ....... ..■...■... ■.,.-.f ...iff Elaine Miller, WAA Girl of 1959 K. Jolley. President; S. Hanes, Treasurer; E. Miller, Intramural Manager; J. Gallitan, Vice President. Absent: J. Pankey. Secretary. " Letter Sweater Girls " Standing: C. Clevenger, D. Hertenstein, K. Jolley, E. Miller, A. Davis. Kneeling: K. Thomas, R. Wieland. « 156 i z " New Additions " WAYNE KROWS Wayne W. Krows assumed the po- sition of Director of Alumni Relations in December 1958. He works closely with the boards of both the Alumni Association and the Alumni Founda- tion and is responsible for alum ac- tivities, including club extension, funds, and records. The consolidation of alumni affairs under the direction of Mr. Krows is part of the over-all development program which is under way at Millikin. ROBERT FRANCIS Robert E. Francis is the Director of Development and Public Relations for Millikin University. This is a new- ly created position and a part of a reorganization program for the Uni- versity. He was appointed to build up a broad program for area busi- ness, industry, and cultural interests and to coordinate raising of funds for future expansion. ROBERT CRAMER Robert V. Cramer was appointed Director of Public Information and Publications at Millikin on February 2, 1959. His duties include keeping Decatur and surrounding areas in- formed about happenings at the university and sending news of stu- dents ' accomplishments to their home towns. He also releases publications such as pamphlets, brochures, and alumni bulletins for the university. Mr. Cramer works closely with Robert E. Francis, Director of De- velopment, and Wayne W. Krows, Director of Alumni Relations, in the university ' s expanded development SENIOR A ALLEN. CARL M. Fine Arts Committee ALLINSON, RICHARD A. Intramurals; " M " Club, Secretary; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Golf ANDERSON, JAN Varsity Track BABB, ALBERT E. Chi Eta Rho, President BAILEY, DALE O. Intramurais; Millikin Industrial Society; Student Affairs Committee; Student Council, President, Book Store Com- mittee, Building and Grounds Committee; Student-Faculty Committee; Student-Faculty Retreat, Chairman; C.C.I. Student Government Conference, Planning Committee; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Variety Show; Dad ' s Day, Co-chair- man; " Christmas Carol " ; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-Presi- dent, Pledge Trainer, Sergeant-At-Arms, Social Chairman, Activities Chairman; Binks Scholarship; Who ' s Who. BARDELMEIER, CAROL S E.A,; Intramurals; Delta Delta Delta, Historian, Activities Chairman BARRETT, BARBARA Freshman Camp Counselor; Intramurals; R.W.A.C.; Uni- versity Nurse BAUER, SUZANNE Conant; Denominational Club; S.E.A.; Tau Chi Pi BEEMAN, WILLIAM E. Chi Eta Rho; Intramurals; Delta Sigma Phi; Honorary Ac- counting Key BENTON, JOHN Chi Eta Rho; Debate; Intramurals; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Varsity Football; Delta Sigma Phi BLILER, ROBERf L. Alpha Epsilon Rho; Conant; Fine Arts Committee; S.E.A.; Town and Gown; National Collegiate Players, President, Treasurer; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian, Honor Pledge BOWER, LOWELL Homecoming Committee; Interfraternity Council, President, Treasurer, Secretary; Intramurals; Millidek; Student Affairs Committee; Student Directory; Student Handbook; Sigma Alpha Epsilon BOWERS, MYRA Freshman Camp Counselor; S.E.A.; Millikin Independent Association, Vice-President; Transfer form Shurtleff College, Alton, Illinois BOYLE, BERYL SUE Chorus; Denominational Club; S.E.A.; Home Economics Club; Intramurals; Junior Panhellenic Council; Treasurer Student Council; Delta Delta Delta, President of Pledge Class, Librarian BROWN, JOE E. Intramurals; Sigma Zeta, President, Vice-President; Fresh- man Mathematics Award BROWN, LINDA L. Alpha Epsilon Rho, monitor; Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Conant, President; Decatunan; Freshman Camp Counselor; S.E.A.; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Junior Panhellenic Council, Treasurer; La Sociedad Es- panola, Vice-President; Millidek; Panhellenic Council; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Theta, Secretary-Treasurer; Religious Emphasis Committee; Student Affairs Committee, Secretary; Student Handbook; Town and Gown; W.A.A.; Young Re- publicans; Retreat Discussion Leader; Prom Committee; Collegian Committee; Student Council Publicity Committee; Pi Beta Phi, Pledge President, Assistant Treasurer, Rush Captain, Scholarship Chairman, Convention Delegate, Har- riet Rutherford Johnstone Scholarship; Scovill Award; English Department Assistant; Who ' s Who; Homecoming Queen BRUNE, DONALD W. Upsilon Epsilon Tau CANNON, BARBARA Conant, Secretary; S.E.A.; Millidek; Delta Delta Delta CARNOCK. J. PHILLIPS Millikin Industrial Society; Upsilon Epsilon Tau, Sergeant- At-Arms CASTEEL, NANCY C. Chorus; Conant; Fine Arts Committee; S.E.A.; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Millidek; Student Handbook; W.A.A.; Young Republicans; Pi Beta Phi, Social Chairman, Corresponding Secretary; History Department Assistant CHANDLER, MARVIN ROY Christian Discussion Group; Phi Chi Alpha CHAPMAN, MERLE W. S.E.A.; Intramurals; " M " Club, Vice-President; Varsity Football; Delta Sigma Phi; Transfer from University of Illinois CTIVITIES CLEVENGER, CAROL Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Religious Emphasis Committee; Tower Club, President; W.A.A.; Young Demo- crats, Secretary; Millikin Giraffe Society; Millikin Indepen- dent Association, Executive Secretary, Vice-President COE, LOU Campus Chest Committee; Decaturian; Homecoming Com- mittee; Interfraternity Council; Intramurals; " M " Club; M illidek; Student Handbook; Varsity Tennis, Captain; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Treasurer, Corresponding Secre- tary, Pledge Trainer COWGILL, PAUL Interfraternity Council, Social Chairman; Intramurals; Town and Gown; Young Republicans, Treasurer; Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer, Rush Chairman COX, JANET Band; Choir; Opera; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Theta, President; R.W.A.C., Secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota, President of Pledge Class, ' Treasurer, Editor, Chaplain; Student Council; " Messiah " soloist; Pi Mu Theta Scholarship; Honor Roll CRAIG, JOAN Alpha Epsilon Rho; Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Freshman Camp Counselor; S.E.A.; Homecoming Committee; Home Economics Club, Vice-President; Intramurals; Milli- dek; Religious Emphasis Committee; Student Council; Town and Gown; W.A.A.; Dad ' s Day Committee; Zeta Tau Alpha, Rush Chairman, Social Chairman, Standards Chairman; Broadcasting Award; Panhellenic Council CUMBERLAND, DEAN G. Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Math Department Assistant GUSHING, DONALD Interfraternity Council; Intramurals; Newman Club, Presi- dent; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Sergeant-At-Arms DAVIS, ANGELA Alpha Epsilon Rho; Campus Chest Committee; Cheerleader, Co-Captain; Chorus; Canterbury Club, President; Fresh- man Camp Counselor; S.E.A.; Homecoming Committee; Co-Chairman of Show; Home Economics Club; Intramurals; Millidek; R.W.A.C.; Student Council Social Committee Tennis; W. A. A.; Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer of Pledge Class, Assistant Treasurer, Assistant House President, House President, Fraternity Education Chairman, Social Chairman; Senior Class Vice-President DEAVER, JO P. S.E.A.; student Council; Tower Club; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; C.C.I. Student Government Conference, Co-Chairman DE COURCY, GARY Campus Chest Committee; Decaturian, Cartooning; Home- coming Committee; Interfraternity Council, Treasurer; In- tramurals; La Sociedad Espanola; Millidek; Student Coun- cil; Student Handbook; Tower Club, Vice-President; Young Republicans; Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary, House Manager, Honor Pledge; Second Prize in Tower Club Art Exhibit; Secretary of Sophomore Class DIXON, LYNNE Choir; Chorus; Intramurals; Tau Chi Pi; W.A.A.; Delta Delta Delta, Librarian, Assistant Treasur er, Recording Sec- retary DUEZ, CHARLES E. Delta Sigma Phi ECKERT, MARILYN J. Campus Chest Committee; S.E.A.; Home Economics Club; Intramurals; R.V .A.C; W.A.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha, House President, Treasurer ECKHARDT, SUE Band; Decaturian; Intramurals; La Sociedad Espanola; Li- brary Committee; Millidek; W. A. A.; Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary, Historian EDDY, ZELMA Conant; Der Deutsche Verein; S.E.A.; La Sociedad Espanola; Le Cercle Francois EVANGELISTA, NICK Campus Chest Committee; Newman Club, President; S.E.A.; Interfraternity Council, Treasurer; Intramurals; " M " Club; Religous Emphasis Committee; Student Affairs Com- mittee; Varsity Football; Varsity Track; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Class Vice-President, Chaplain, Vice-President, Assistant Pledge Trainer, President, Honor Pledge, Athlete of the Year Award FANCHER, JOYCE Conant; Der Deutsche Verein, Secretary; Intramurals; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Theta, Mortar Board Chairman; W.A.A.; Young Republicans; Prom Committee; Pi Beta Phi, Scholar- ship Chairman of Pledge Class, Treasurer, Assistant Rush Chairman, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer; Scovill Prize; History Department Assistant; Honor Roll « 158 » SENIOR ACTIVITIES FUSON. JAMES Intramurals; Young Democrats; Student Council Committee for campus Improvement; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Intramural Chairman GALLATIN. JANICE L. Conant; University Youth Fellowship; Orchestra; b.t.A., Treasurer; Intramurals; Panhellenic Council, Secretary; WAA.; Vice-President; Student Council Constitution Com- mittee; ' Zeta Tau Alpha, Activities Chairman, Membership Chairman, Historian-Reporter, President; Who ' s Who GASS. MARY ANN ■ u r- ,i Campus Chest Committee; Choir; University Youth Fellow- ship, President; Freshman Camp Counselor; S.E.A., Treas- urer- Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Panhellenic Council, President; Dad ' s Day Co-chairman; Pi Mu Theta; Religious Emphasis Committee; Student Affairs Committee, Secretary; Student Council, Vice-President; W.A.A.; Stu- dent-Faculty Council; Retreats; Delta Delta Delta, Librarian, Pledge Trainer, President; Honor Roll; Who ' s Who GEBHART, PATRICIA RAE Conant; Canterbury Clu b; Fine Arts Committee; S.b.A.; Pi Mu Theta; Young Republicans; Pi Beta Phi, Scholarship Chairman GIBSON. SUE JANE . , , , Campus Chest Committee; Conant; Denominational Club; S E.A.; Student Council; Homecoming Committee; Home Economics Club; Town and Gown Usher; Millikin Indepen- dent Association GNECKOW. DONALD W. , , Chi Eta Rho; Interfraternity Council; Intramurals; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Delta Sigma Phi GOKEN, GARY , Phi Chi Alpha; Phi Mu Alpha; Sigma Zeta; Delta Sigma Phi GRABBE. EUNICE ANN , „„ , , Chorus; Intramurals; Junior Panhellenic Council; MiUidek; West Hall President; R.W.A.C.; Tau Chi Pi, Vice-President; W.A.A.; Student Council Constitution Committee and Social Committee; Pi Beta Phi, Social Etiquette Chairman; Delta Sigma Phi Dream Girl; Transfer from MacMurray College GRAY. CLIFFORD Chi Eta Rho; Christian Discussion Group; Committee on Chapels and Assemblies; Fine Arts Committee; Freshman Camp Counselor, Co-Chairman; Phi Chi Alpha; Programs Committee; Religious Emphasis Committee; Religious Life Committee; Student Council; Chapel Dedication Committee; University Youth Fellowship; Student-Faculty Retreat, Ar- rangement Chairman; Business Department Assistant; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Class President, Secretary, Com- missary Manager; Who ' s Who GUINN. GENE Band; Intramurals; Orchestra; Upsilon Epsilon Tau HAAB. ANN Alpha Epsilon Rho; Campus Chest Committee; Cheerleader; Chorus; Denominational Club; S.E.A.; Intramurals; Junior Panhellenic Council; Religious Emphasis Committee; W.A.A.; Vice-President of Junior Class; Delta Delta Delta, Activities Chairman HAAB. LARRY Chi Eta Rho; Intramurals; " M " Club, Treasurer; Millidek, Co-Business Manager; Phi Chi Alpha, Sergeant-At-Arms; Publications Board; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Football; Delta Sigma Phi, Corresponding Secretary; Who ' s Who HANKS, RICHARD Chi Eta Rho HANSON. ROSALIE Choir; Homecoming Committee; Opera; Religious Emphasis Committee; Sigma Alpha lota; W.A.A.; MiUikin-Springfield Summer Theater; Alpha Chi Omega, Song Leader, Cor- responding Secretary; Sentel Award HART. BOB Homecoming Committee; Intramur als; La Sociedad Espan- ola; Publications Board; Student Affairs Committee; Student Council; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Football; C.C.I. Student Government Conference, President; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President, Treasurer, Chaplain HEFFERNAN, SUE Alpha Epsilon Rho; Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Newman Club; Freshman Camp Counselor; S.E.A.; Home- coming Committee; Home Economics Club, President; Milli- dek; Religious Emphasis Committee; Student-Faculty Re- treat Discussion Leader; Delta Delta Delta, Corresponding Secretary, Scholarship Chairman, Scholarship Improvement Award; WCIA Television Award HELM, RICHARD Band; Campus Chest Committee; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Student Council; Varsity Golf; Freshman Class Vice-President; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Rush Chairman HERMAN, RON Campus Chest Committee; Chi Eta Rho; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Co-Chairman; Intramurals; Milli- dek; Phi Chi Alpha, President; Phi Kappa Phi; Publications Board; Religious Emphasis Committee; Student Affairs Com- mittee; Student Council, Treasurer; Varsity Track; Delta Sigma Phi, Editor, Scholarship Chairman; Who ' s Who; Scovill Award; General Motors Scholarship HERTENSTEIN, DIXIE Band; Campus Chest Committee; Choir; Chorus; Committee on Chapels and Assemblies; Denominational Club; Fine Arts Committee; Freshman Camp Counselor; S.E.A.; Home- coming Committee; Intramurals; Panhellenic Council, Treas- urer; Programs Committee; Religious Emphasis Week Co- Chairman; Religious Life Committee, Secretary; R.W.A.C.; Student Council; W.A.A.; Student-Faculty Council, Secre- tary; Retreat; Alpha Chi Omega, Chaplain, House President, Second Vice-President, Pledge Trainer, President; Who ' s Who; Honor Roll HOFFMAN, RAY Chi Eta Rho; Intramurals; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Young Republicans; Gun Club; Delta Sigma Phi HOMER, ROBERT , . Intramurals; Student Council; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Varsity " Football; Varsity Track; S.E.A.; Delta Sigma Phi, Assistant Pledgemaster JEWELL. RON Intramurals; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Physics Department As- sistant JOLLEY. JIM Intramurals; " M " Club; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Football; Varsity Track; Delta Sigma Phi, Sergeant-At-Arms; Joe Cathn Award; Blue Athlete of the Year; All-Conference Football Team; Track Captain; " M " Club President JOLLEY. KAY K. S.E.A.; Intramurals; Pi Mu Theta; W.A.A. , President; Tennis; Delta Delta Delta, Intramural Manager; Honor Roll JONES. ROBERT E. Piograms Committee; Religious Emphasis Committee; Stu- dent Council; Town and Gown; Young Democrats KAERICHER. JOHN C. Der Deutsche Verein; Intramurals; Tower Club, Vice-Presi- dent; Giraffe Society; Campus Chest Committee; Tower Club Second Prize KAFKA, JANIE S.E.A.; Home Economics Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Theta; Scovill Science Prize KERASOTES. GINNY Conant; S.E.A.; Tower Club; MiUikin Independent Associa- tion KETTELKAMP. JAMES F. SE.A., President; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Football; Delta Sigma Phi, Vice-President, Pledge Master, Sergeant-At-Arms KING, GENE P. , „ Freshman Camp Counselor; Interfraternity Council, Treas- urer; Intramurals; " M " Club; Student Council; Varsity Track; Delta Sigma Phi, President KNUTSON. ■WALLY L. , „ Intramurals; " M " Club; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Football; Campus King; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pledge Master, House Manager, Steward, Intramural Manager KOGER, JOE M. Campus Chest Committee; Homecoming Committee; Intra- murals; " M " Club, Secretary; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Track; Varsity Cross Country; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alumni Chairman, Intramural Manager, Outstanding S.A.E. Athlete; Captain, Baseball Team; Treas- urer, Senior Class; Steagall-Sarran Scholarship KOTTARIDIS. PETE Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; " M " Club; Varsity Football; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer, Steward, House Manager KUHN. EUGENE Chi Eta Rho; Sigma Alpha Epsilon LANGSFELD. SANDRA Conant; Denominational Club; S.E.A.; Homecoming Com- mittee LINK. BARBARA Alpha Epsilon Rho, Secretary-Treasurer; Band; Campus Chest Committee; Conant; S.E.A.; Homecoming Committee; Le Cercle Francois; Millidek; Orchestra; Pi Mu Theta; Religious Emphasis Committee; Student Handbook; Town and Gown; V .A.A.; National Collegiate Players, Secretary; Student Council Social Committee; Student-Facutly Retreat; Telecourse; Delta Delta Delta, Second Vice-President, Marshall; Broadcasting Prize « 159 » SENIOR ACTIVITIES LINK, E. BLAINE Campus Chest Committee; Homecoming Committee; In- tramurals; Millidek; Delta Sigma Phi, Assistant Treasurer, Intramural Manager LLOYD, MELVIN Chi Eta Rho; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Millikin Independent Association McClelland, joel Campus Chest Committee; Conant; Homecoming Committee; Le Cercle Francois; Orchestra; Panhellenic Council; Pi Mu Theta, Vice-President; Religious Emphasis Committee; Tau Chi Pi; W.A.A., Intramural Manager; Campus Chest Overseas Scholarship; Pi Beta Phi, Rush Captain, Censor, Intramural Manager McCOY, JACK Elections Committee; Football Manager; Decaturian, As- sistant Business Manager; Fine Arts Committee; Homecom- ing Committee; Intramurals; " M " Club; Millidek; Parents ' Day Commiitee; Town and Gown; Varsity Track; Varsity Cross-Country; Grounds and Building Committee; Newman Club, Social Chairman; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Assistant House Manager, Pledge Trainer, House Manager; Honor Roll McDonald, jo Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Decaturian; Denomina- tiona l Club; Freshman Camp Counselor; S. E. A.; Home- coming Committee; Home Economics Club; Junior Pan- hellenic Council; Library Committee; Religious Emphasis Committee; Student Council; Student Handbook; W.A.A. ; Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Social Chairman, Magazine Chairman, House Manager, Recording Secretary McKEE, MARY JANE Home Economics Club; Student Council Committee; Tau Chi Pi; Zeta Tau Alpha, Scholarship Chairman; Transfer from Christian College, Columbia, Missouri MacGREGOR, DUNCAN S E.A.; Intramurals; " M " Club; Varsity Track; Delta Sigma Phi; Transfer from Duke University MAPES, LESTER Alpha Epsilon Rho, President; Campus Chest Committee; Choir; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Phi Mu Alpha, Alumni Secretary; Town and Gown; Social Committee, Building and Grounds Committee, Student Council; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Relations Chairman, Activities Chairman, Songleader MARION, SHIRLEY Conant; S.E.A.; Homecoming Committee; Home Economics Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Theta, Vice-President; Pi Mu Theta Scholarship; Scovill Prize MARTIN, WAYNE Alpha Epsilon Rho, Vice-President; Campus Chest Commit- tee; Debate; Decaturian; Lutheran Students Club; Fine Arts Committee; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; " M " Club; Millidek; Religious Emphasis Committee; Student Handbook; Varsity Golf; Young Republicans; Delta Sigma Phi, Vice-President, Social Chairman. Rush Chairman; Honor Roll; Assistantship in the Business Department; Junior Class Secretary MASSINGALE, ROBERT Homecoming Committee; Millikin Industrial Society; Town and Gown; Upsilon Epsilon Tau MERICLE, MACK H. Der Deutsche Verein; Sigma Zeta, Secretary-Treasurer MILLER, ELAINE Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Conant; Decaturian; Canterbury Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; La So- ciedad Espanola, President, Secretary; Le Cercle Francois, Treasurer; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Theta; W.A.A., President, Intramural Manager; Library Assistant; Physical Education Department Assistant; Delta Delta Delta, Vice-President, Intramural Manager, Vice-President of Pledge Class; Honor Roll; Gorin French Prize; Who ' s Who MITCHELL. HARMON Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary, President; Campus Chest Committee; Choir; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecom- ing Committee; Interfraternity Council; Intramurals; La Sociedad Espanola; " M " Club; Town and Gown; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Golf, Captain; National Collegiate Players, Vice-President; Co-Chairman of Freshman Camp; Campus Chest King; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, In- tramural Manager MITCHELL, SELMA Campus Chest Committee; Cheerleader; Choir; Chorus; Conant; Homecoming Co-Chairman, Committees; Junior Panhellenic Council; Le Cercle Francois; Panhellenic Coun- cil, Vice-President; R.W.A.C.; Student Council, Secretary, Social Committee; Student Handbook; W.A.A.; Pi Beta Phi, President, House Manager, Censor, Secretary of Pledge Class MUIRHEID, GAYLE Campus Chest Committee; Choir; S.E.A. ; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Opera; Panhellenic Council; R.W.A.C.; Tau Chi Pi; Town and Gown; W.A.A.; Young Democrats; Alpha Chi Omega, Secretary, Rushing Chairman NELSON, BRENT E. Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President; President Committee on Chapels and Assemblies; Homecoming Committee; Intra- murals; Student Council Constitution Committee; Student Handbook, Assistant Editor; Varsity Basketball Manager; Young Republicans; Pi Beta Phi Sweetheart; Tau Kappa Epsilon, House President, Rush Chairman, Pledge Trainer, Vice-President O ' CONNOR, MAUREEN S.E.A.; Intramurals; R.W.A.C.; W.A.A.; Newman Club PECK, ERNEST E. Student Assistant in Physics Department PEMBLE, CONNIE Chorus; Committee on Chapels and Assemblies; Decaturian; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Theta; Programs Committee; Re- ligious Emphasis Committee; Religious Life Committee Chairman; Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain; Who ' Who; Junior Year Ambassador to Silliman University, Philippines PERELLI, MICHAEL J. Campus Chest Committee; Freshman Camp; Homecoming Committee; Interfraternity Council, President; Intramurals; " M " Club; Millidek Business Manager; Publications Board; Religious Emphasis Committee; Varsity Baseball; Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary, Vice-President, Scholarship Chair- man, Rush Chairman; Who ' s Who; Honor Roll; Bass Schol- arship; President of Junior Class; President of Senior Class PIERCE, CHARLES Chi Eta Rho; Upsilon Epsilon Tau PIERCE, ROBERT Varsity Tennis; Transfer from Vanderbilt University PRICHARD, HAL S.E.A.; Intramurals; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Freshman Bas- ketball; Freshman Track; Athletic Statistician; Student As- sistant Basketball Coach; Student Assistant Cross Country Coach PYGMAN, RICHARD M. Upsilon Epsilon Tau RAINS, PATRICIA Choir, President; Chorus; Opera, Accompanist; Pi Mu Theta; Religious Emphasis Committee; R.W.A.C., Secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota, President, Chaplain, Secretary of Pledge Class; Student Directory; University Youth Fellowship; Re- cital Accompanist; Who ' s Who; Honor Roll; Student-Faculty Retreat REDIFER, ADDY Alpha Epsilon Rho; Chorus; Decaturian; Intramurals; R.W.A.C.; Tower Club; Town and Gown; W.A.A.; President of West Hall; Student Council Social Committee; National Collegiate Players, Treasurer; Delta Delta Delta, Corres- ponding Secretary, House President REIF, LARRY Alpha Phi Omega; Chi Eta Rho; Student Council, Consti- tution Committee, Elections Committee; Young Republicans, Vice-President, President; Millikin Independent Association; Student-Faculty Retreat RESLER, DAVE Intramurals; " M " Club; Millikin Industrial Society, Sergeant- At-Arms; Varsity Football; Upsilon Epsilon Tau, Vice- President RODERICK, CONNIE Campus Chest Committee; Chi Eta Rho; Fine Arts Commit- tee; Intramurals; Tau Chi Pi; W.A.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Hon- ary Accounting Key of Chi Eta Rho ROUTLEDGE, LARRY Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Millikin Industrial Society; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary RYAN, JO ANN Denominational Club; Intramurals; Tau Chi Pi SADOWSKI, JUDY Chi Eta Rho; Tau Chi Pi; Scholarship SCHIEN, BETTY LYNNE Band; Chorus; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Kappa Lambda; Pi Mu Theta, Marshall; Sigma Alpha Iota, Program and Rush Chairman, Radio-TV Chairman; National Collegiate Players; Town and Gown; Delta Delta Delta, President of Pledge Class, Cultural Chairman, Assistant Chaplain, Chaplain; Honor Roll; Scovill Prize; J. Ben Wand Acting Award; SigmiO Alpha Iota Dean ' s Award « 160 » SENIOR ACTIVITIES SCHIEWE, ED Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Tau Kappa EpsUon, Pledge Trainer; Transfer from University of Colorado SCOTT, DALE S.E.A.; Intramurals; MiUikin Independent Association SIEFFERMAN, SUSAN Alpha Epsilon Rho; Campus Chest Committee; Debate; Fine Arts Committee; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Le Cercle Francois; Pi Kappa Delta, Vice-President; Pi Mu Theta; R. ' W.A.C; Tower Club; Town and Gown; W.A.A.; Young Republicans; Millikin Independent Associ- ation, Intramural Manager; Brown Debate Award SINCLAIR, WILLIAM Intramurals; Tau Kappa Epsilon SIX, RUTH ELAINE S.E.A.; Homecoming Committee; Home Economics Club; Pi Mu Theta; W.A.A.; Alpha Chi Omega, Historian, Courtesy Chairman, Assistant Treasurer SLADE, WILLIAM T. Campus Chest Committee; Homecoming Committee; Inter- fraternity Council; Intramurals; Publications Board; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Delta Sigma Phi, President, Pledgemaster, Secretary, Honor Pledge; Honor Roll; Assistantship, School of Business and Industry SMITH, DALE Intramurals; Millidek; Town and Gown; Delta Sigma Phi, Pledge President SPENCE, ELLA Chorus; Home Economics Club; International Club STARK, DAVE Alpha Epsilon Rho; Alpha Phi Omega; Campus Chest Com- mittee; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; La Sociedad Espanola; Opera; Religious Em- phasis Committee; Student Council Committee; Town and Gown; National Collegiate Players, Vice-President, Presi- dent; Technical Director of MiUikm-Springfield Summer Theatre; Theatrical Lighting; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alumni Chairman; Honor Roll; ]. Ben Wand A.cting Award; Biology Assistantship; Speech Assistantship STONE, MARY TEMPEL Conant, Secretary; Decaturian, Summer Editor, Activities Editor, Assistant Editor, Editor-In-Chief; Fine Arts Commit- tee; Homecoming Committee; Millidek; Publications Board, Secretary; Religious Emphasis Committee; Student Hand- book, Editor; W.A.A,; Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding Secretary, Recom.mendations Chairman, Publicity Chairman; Who ' s Who STOUTENBOROUGH, PAUL LESLIE Alpha Phi Omega; Chi Eta Rho; Intramurals, Manager; Millikin Industrial Society, Treasurer; Millikm Independent Association, President, Treasurer STROBEL, DEAN Intramurals; " M " Club; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Basket- ball, Captain; Varsity Track; Delta Sigma Phi, Sergeant- At-Arms SWEARINGEN, ROBERT A. Chi Eta Rho; Intramurals; Newman Club, Vice-President; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pledge Trainer TAYLOR, JEFF Campus Chest Committee; Debate; Decaturian; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Co-Chairman; Interfraternity Council; Intramurals; " M " Club; Pi Kappa Delta; Varsity Baseball; Student Council Committee; Student-Faculty Re- treat; Delta Sigma Phi, President, Vice-President, Pledge- master, Corresponding Secretary; Who ' s Who; Honor Roll; Freshman Class President THOMAS, KATHLEEN Alpha Epsilon Rho; Chi Eta Rho; Homecoming Committee; Religious Emphasis Committee; W.A.A. ; Math Assistant; Alpha Chi Omega, Pledge Vice-President, Pledge Social Chairmion, Treasurer, Recording Secretary TINGLEY, NED O. Alpha Epsilon Rho; Choir; Chorus; Decaturian; University Youth Fellowship; Fine Arts Committee; Intramurals; Le Cercle Francois; Opera; Religious Emphasis Committee; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Young Republicans; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Transfer from Lincoln Junior College, Lincoln, Illinois TOWELL, HOLLAND Christian Discussion Group TRIPP, ERNA LYNNE Religious Life Committee Worship Commission; R.W.A.C.; Tau Chi Pi, President, Treasurer; Tower Club; Orchestra; Zeta Tau Alpha TUCKER, JUDITH Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Freshman Camp Coun- selor; S.E.A., Secretary, Vice-President; Home Economics Club, Secretary; Intramurals; Junior Panhellenic Council, Vice-President; Religious Emphasis Committee; R.W.A.C.; Student Council; W.A.A.; Dad ' s Day Committee; Alpha Chi Omega, Activities Chairman, Warden, House President, First Vice-President VAN TUYL, LOREN Upsilon Epsilon Tau UNAKIS, YOLANDA Conant; S.E.A,; Intramurals; Pi Kappa Delta, R.W.A.C; Town and Gown; National Collegiate Players; Zeta Tau Alpha, House President; Scholarship Chairman; Transfer from the University of Illinois VROOMAN, JOHN E. Alpha Phi Omega; Choir; Conant; Canterbury Club; Re- ligious Emphasis Committee; Town and Gown; Upsilon Epsilon Tau; Sigma Alpha Epsilon WALQUIST, MARCIA Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Conant; S.E.A. ; Home- coming Committee; Intramurals; Religious Emphasis Com- mittee; Student Council Social Committee; Tennis Team for Girls; Pi Beta Phi, Historian; Honor Roll; Transfer from Michigan State University WAYNE, CARL Decaturian; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Student Council; Tower Club; Town and Gown; Young Democrats, Vice-President; Alpha Kappa Lambda; Millikin Independent Association; Millikin Giraffe Society WHITAKER, JOEL Millikin Industrial Society; Student Council; Town and Gown; Honor Roll WIELAND, RUTH Campus Chest Co-Chairman; Chorus; Conant; Denomina- tional Club; S.E.A.; Homecoming Committee; Home Eco- nomics Club; Intramurals; Millidek; Pi Mu Theta; Publi- cations Board; Religious Emphasis Committee; Student Council Social Committee; Student Directory, Editor; W.A.A.; Student Faculty Retreat; Delta Delta Delta, Schol- arship- Chairman, Treasurer; Who ' s Who; Honor Roll WILCOX, MICHAEL Sigma Alpha Epsilon WINFREY, THERESA Band; Choir; Chorus; Opera; Sigma Alpha Iota; Accom- panist; Delta Delta Delta Scholarship Award WRIGHT, GARY Millikin Industrial Society WRIGHT, WILLARD Alpha Phi Omega; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; " M " Club; Student Council; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Track; Student Barracks Manager; C.C.I. Student Govern- ment Conference, Discussion Leader; Varsity Cross Country, Captain; Millikin Independent Association, Treasurer, In- tramural Manager; Honor Roll; Senior Class Secretary; Scholarship Recipient YORK, SANDRA KAY Campus Chest Committee; Choir; Chorus; Fine Arts Com- mittee; Homecoming Committee; Opera; Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-President, Secretary; W.A.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha, Song- leader YOUNG, ROBERT Campus Chest Committee; Freshman Camp Counselor; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals; Millidek; Student Handbook; Delta Sigma Phi, Sergeant-At-Arms; Ugly Man ZI BELLA Christian Discussion Group; Conant, Treasurer; Decaturian; Denominational Club; Homecoming Queen Attendant; Intra- murals; Le Cercle Francois; Pi Mu Theta; Religious Life Committee, Secretary; Student Council; Tower Club; W.A.A.; Religion and Philosophy Department Assistant; Who ' s Who; Student-Faculty Retreat ZIMMER, BARBARA Alpha Epsilon Rho; Campus Chest Committee; Chorus; Christian Discussion Group; Canterbury Club, Vice-Presi- dent; Freshman Camp Counselor; S.E.A., Secretary; Home- coming Committee; Home Economics Club, Secretary; Intra- murals; La Sociedad Espanola, Vice-President; Millidek; Pi Mu Theta; Publications Board; Religious Emphasis Com- mittee; R.V .A.C; Student Council Social and Election Committees; Student Directory, Manager-Editor; Student Handbook; W.A.A.; Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Class Sec- retary, Alumna Relations Chairman, Recommendations Chairman, Assistant House President, Rushing Chairman, House President; Who ' s Who; Homecoming Queen Atten- dant; Vv ' ' TVP Television Award; " Everyman " ; Canterbury Commission District Delegate ZOLLARS, ROGER Band; Choir; Phi Chi Alpha; Honor Roll « 161 » DECATUR AND MILUKE GROW TOGETHER Decatur ' s influence on your college life makes YOU a leader. In government, public improvement, business and industry, religion, education, the fine arts, welfare, human rela- tions — in all these, Decatur has always been a leader. The Association of Commerce is Decatur ' s " city building organization " devoted to encouraging and maintaining this leader- ship through its business and individual mem- bers. In this spirit, we pause to welcome and congratulate the leaders of tomorrow, the Millikin Class of 1959. Association of Commerce Decatur, Illinois Protect The Fun in your vacation with TRAVELERS CHECKS $1.00 per $100.00 at our bank The lational Bank of Decatnr « 165 » MUTUAL HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION SAVINGS AND INVESTMENTS Each saver ' s funds are insured to $10,000.00 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. 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FOR PROPERTY OR CASUALTY INSURANCE See a Member of the DECATUR ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS « 167 » THE FUTURE IS YOURS! M EN AND WOMEN of the past — people of vision — have given you this wonderful world of today. It now lies within your power and capabil- ities to look to the future, as these pioneers once did. The opportunity to make your important contributions is within your grasp. You have been preparing for this opportunity for four vears, and are now ready to prove your worth. Millikin has provided you with the facilities for learning; the utilization of this excellent background depends on your initiative. We have confidence in your ability to succeed, and we join with countless others in wishing you, the Graduates of 1959, lasting success and happiness. Plants in: DECATUR • CHATTANOOGA • LOS ANGELES and SARNIA, ONTARIO MUELLER CO. Manufacturers of Water and Gas Distribution and Service Products « 168 » Congratulations from Compliments of OSGOOD SONS, Inc. ' " ' ' Decatur s Largest Friendliest Store ' 1 elephone 4391 DRESS MANUFACTURERS Decatur, Illinois Congratulations WALKER, Inc. from Plumbing and Heating WAGNER Phone 9-7175 MALLEABLE IRON CO. KAiLKAr 1 DKLG SlUKLh DAUT BROTHERS FLORISTS Flowers Are Warmer ETHICAL PRESCRIPTIONS 1 nan Words 1099 W. Main 702 E. Wood Phone 5281 and 5282 DECATUR, ILLINOIS 120 EAST PRAIRIE « 169 » For Over Half A Century Central Illinois ' Most Com Downtown Store • STATIONERY • TOYS • TYPEWRITERS • OFFICE SUPPLIES • GREETING CARDS • ATHLETIC GOODS Phone Orders Dial 4374 Mail Orders Accepted BROWNIE COAL COMPANY COAL High Grade Coals For Less Phone 5131 840 N. Morgan Decatur, Illinois « 172 » Wherever thirsty people are... Bottled under authority of the Coca-Cola Co. by The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Decatur ROBY ROBY James E. Roby Verne E. Roby Class of ' 43 REALTORS ' ' Complete Line of Real Estate Service ' ' SALES - LOANS INSURANCE - BUILDERS 252 E. 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You are one who can freely seek . . . and whose opportunity it is to find . . . your fortune. This is your priceless birth- right. What you do with it is up to you. CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO. « 179 » PHONE 5429 730 SO. MAIN DECATUR " For a Job to be Well Done ' ' EVERYTHING IN ROOFING AND SHEET METAL Industrial Commercial Residential Farm Compliments of SWAIN MYERS SALES CO. DESIGNERS and SUPPLIERS Complete Food Service Equipment and Fixtures for Schools, Restaurants, Institutions, Clubs, and Drug Stores 544-552 N. MAIN ST. 87 YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE • Diamonds • Watches • China • Crvstal • Fashion Jewelry • Linens • Perfnmes • Handbags • Sterling and Plated Silverware POST ' S DIAMONDS Are ' RegistereiV For Your Protection You Are Invited to Join POST ' S STERLING SILVER CLUB Bridal Registering Service Available Over 100 Choice Sterling Patterns to Select From There ' s ISo Extra Charge for Post ' s Liberal Payment Plan! POST SONS Jewelers for Over 88 Years Merchant at Prairie Phone 3-9781 Decatur, Illinois « 180 » Best Wishes for Success from THE NORMAN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY MAIN Al PRAIRIE FASHION HEADQUARTERS • TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOP for sports and casual clothes • THE SALON SHOPS for dresses, coats, and suits • THE ACCESSORY BAR for smart accessories, lingerie • MILLINERY SALON for the smartest hats in totvn Compliments of BEATRICE FOODS CO. Meadow Gold Milk and Ice Cream Decatur, Illinois Phone 5241 BLACK COMPANY SPORTING GOODS 340 North Main 125 East North Decatur IlHnois Phone 5376 Compliments of WOARE BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Brick and Builders SuppHes 1600 N. Calhoun St. Phone 4404 Decatvir, Illinois • SUPER.: MARKETS DECATUR AND X tPRINOFIELD X ' Better Foods Priced Right ' IN SPRINGFIELD 709 W. Jefferson 2830 S. MacArthur IN DECATUR 1355 N. Rt. 48 2280 E. William « 181 » Best Wishes To 1959 Grads MILLER - O ' NEILL 120 W. Prairie FLOOR COVERINGS and DRAPES Whatever you do all during your life, the Services of a Good Bank will be of value to you. NORTHTOWN BANK OF DECATUR 333 E. Pershing Road Member: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of THE DECATUR PAPER HOUSE, INC, DECATUR, ILLINOIS 183 F ASHIONS for Junior Misses and Tall Girls HOSIERY " V? Hosiery g( . . y or _ j The Entire J Decatur s Leading Specialty Store Family f 2-1755 117 N. Water HECHT ' S Junior and Women s Apparel - Sportswear 335 N. WATER £k 4 O " t " 1 l t T1 1 1 11 J h1 C ucCdiiir iiiiiioih PHONE 5305 •(■louRflns - ,„ 1 1 on THE CORRER LUKI5T5 GREEIV HOUSES HOTEL ORLANDO 160 South Water Street (at Wood) Phone 5305 SEMMEL ' S FURS LADIES ' SUITS - CLora co rs READY-TO-WEAR SPORTSWEAR - DRESSES 253 North Main St. 288 N. Park Phone 2-6641 Decatur s Oldest Furriers « 184 » Hale and Hearty . . . Still Going Strong! You made it possible . . . We ll make it memorable! Compliments Compliments of of SWARTZ NATIONAL CASH RESTAURANT REGISTER CO. « 186 » 1 Compliments of SVENDSEN FLORIST Flower Shop and Greenhouse 2702 North Broadway Quality - Service Phone 2-1582 Established 1919 LANDHOLT AUTO REFINISHING PAINTING - TRIMMING Body and Fender Repairing 745 E. Prairie Ave. Decatur, Illinois MARKS BROS. JEWELERS Illinois ' ' Largest Credit Jewelers . . . Famous For Finest Diamonds Since 1895 Nationally Advertised ELECTRIC APPLIANCES - T.V. Tape Recorders - Typewriters Cameras 331 No. Water Decatvir PHONE 5123 GROVE ' S RESTAURANT For FINE STEAKS AND CHICKEN DINNERS Phone 5064 Routes 51-48-121 Decatur, Illinois Ornamental Metalworks Company Recreation Equipment Wrought Iron RaiUng Porch Columns - Post Lamps Cast Iron Lawn I urniture Weathervanes House Numbers and Markers Estate Plaques - Mail Boxes 420-440 South Franklin Phone 8-3446 DECATUR, ILLINOIS Try SUNBEAM . . . and Compare ]Vom; — ' ' Batter Whipped ' ' IT ' S HEAVENLY BREAD « 187 » STUDENTS Are Always Welcome at soy cflPiTiiL Bflnti lV[ n !f is the time to plan for the future with an economy 1 1 _y vY checking account. T XT ' A " O IVT to save for the future with a savings account (free ljlL J[ il coin banks). than all, just come in and visit with us at 1501 E. Eldorado. ' DECATUR ' S MOST CONVEISIENT BANK ' ' Compliments of McMANUS GREENHOUSES FLOWERS AND CORSAGES FOR ANY OCCASION 1106 W. Pershing Road Phone 5778 FASHIONS FOR THE HOME 329 N. Main. 8-7741 « 188 » Future executives? But Y°ur teeth are in your hand. OK, get on with the sale. Why is everybody always picking on me? Some days I just can ' t get started. Chopin at work. First of many steps- Hello, mother? Girl Scout Rally « 189 » ril meet you at the College Supply Store . . . common talk today ... as it has been for so many years. The service center for all the many scholastic and athletic needs of MILLIKIN ' S students. ' THE MEETING PLACE OF MILLIKIWS STUDENTS ' COLLEGE SUPPLY STORE Telephone 5345 - 5346 For the DECATUR SMARTEST FEET on campus WAREHOUSE CO. wear shoes from R. C. Shumate Harry (Skinny) Taylor • TRANSFER • MOVING RAUPP ' S • STORAGE 139 North Water Licensed, Bonded, Insured Carriers 555 E. Wood St. Decatur, Ulinois « 190 » Thi IS 1959 MILLIDEK Printed by HUSTON-PATTERSON CORPORATION DECATUR, ILLINOIS designs and huilds homes for delightful living .... 1805 S. Franklin Street Decatur, Illinois PHONE 8-4601 Engravings in the 1959 MILLIDEK furnished by ENGRAVING ELECTRO COMPANY SPRINGFIELD, ILL. Your best bviy in DAIRY PRODUCTS . . . are the packages with the big red check mariis. ... all are products from Decatur ' s famous Sunshine QualJty Chekd Dairy Products « 191 » Marvel-Schebler Products Division BORG-WARNER CORPORATION CONGRATULATIONS 1959 Graduates of MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY « 192 » CONGRATULATIONS . . . AND BEST WISHES To the Class of 1959 and the staff and students of MilUkin University FEDERAL MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY A DIVISION OF KEMPER INSURANCE James S. ICemper, Chairman Hathaway G. ICemper, President B. C. Dahlmann, Executive Vice-President Executive Offices: 666 NORTH WATER STREET DECATUR ILLINOIS Mac CONGRATULATES THE ' 59 GRADS DECATUR ' S FINEST RESTAURANT and welcomes you to THE BLUE MILL Since 1927 « 193 » Be Ready For Any Special Occasion . . . depend on SAMTONE ' ' Soft Ser Dry Cleaning by SchudeW • One (lay dry cleaning • One hour dry cleaning Phone SCHUDELS ' • drive-in at West Main and Church • drive-in at North Water next to Kroger 4275 THE WINERY RESTAURANT AND BAR Welcomes All Millikin Students TRY OUR SPFXIALLY SEASONED PIZZA Also Specializing in STEAKS - CHICKEN ■ SEAFOODS and ITALIAN FOODS 1093 W. Main Phone 9-1413 « 194 » The MILLIDEK staff wishes to acknowledge the cooperation and support of the following individuals who have helped make the 1959 MILLIDEK possible: THE FACULTY AND STUDENT BODY for their cooperation and support throughout the year; LARRY WELLS, Capitol Engraving Company, for his advice on all matters, his " gentle " prodding, and his sense of humor. DR. NEAL F. DOUBLEDAY, for his excellent criti- cism. LYNN HISER, Huston-Patterson Corporation, for his printing advice. PIPER-JONES STUDIO for their excellent pictures, their complimentary prints, and their cooperation in getting them to us on time. HERALD-REVIEW for supplying photographs. ALL OF OUR ADVERTISERS, whose cooperation made this book possible. « 195 »
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