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19 Eavelings 48 Cshe ig O JVaveLLnqs Monmouth College Monmouth, Illinois Cylass of ig fO presents . . . a e 1948 RAVELINGS Verne Strantz . . Ooitor Jnarii j-ane Jjiake . . Business Jnanacfer Miss Mary McCoy Jjeolcati ication It is a well known phrase in academic circles that it is the business of the librarian not to know everything but only to know where to find it. But that is the least of the qualities to be found in our beloved Miss Mary McCoy. In her past eleven years in the stacks of our library she has always been willing to lend an ear and give advice to any bewildered freshy or upperclassman, who will step into her office and let his hair down. Her student library staffs can never forget the happy hours spent under her kindly supervision. And in the spring her library is always a little brighter with a bouquet of flowers. So to you, Miss McCoy, we the class of ' 48 extend our thanks for a job that will always be well done as long as you shall be with us at Monmouth College. C able of Ljonienh (pampas Views y acuity Cjtkletlcs a asses Urqanlzatl ' rqam tons Ojctlvllles Wallace Hall Uc mp amous AC VX. f.nt ' Chapel Vi tews Carnegie Library 3 •-? ■ McMicbael Science Hall Gym l til3tr 7u 0 McMichael Dormitory Woodbine Theta Chi Fraternity East Hall %■ ' .: fc ' w am y it. Vtf Gundy Hall Grier Hall Alpha Tan Omega Fraternity Fine Arts Buildini Winbisler Hall Jveturn of the a an JacuLlu DR. JAMES HARPER GRIER A.M., D.D., LL.D. President C 16] JEAN ESTHER LIEDMAN A.B., AM. Dean of Women and Associate Professor of Speech J. S. CLELAND A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Dean and Professor of Economics [17] J. S. Cleland A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Dean and Professor of Economics Dorothy Donald A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Spanish I ' I « -w-. Emma Gibson Ph.B., A.B., A.M. Professor of Latin Lyle W. Finley A.B., A.M. Professor of Physics William S. Haldeman B.S., A.M. Pressly Professor of Chemistry Thomas Hoffman Hamilton A.B., A.M. Head of Department of Music, Professor of Art Appreciation Milton M. Maynard A.B., A.M. Professor of Education Francis Mitchell McClenahan A.B., A.M., LL.D. Professor of Geology [18] Charles A. Owen A.B., A M., Ph.D. Har ' ins Professor of English Language and Literature Frank W. Phillips A.B., M.A. Professor of Education Herbert McGeoch Telford A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Classical Languages Garrett W. Thiessen A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Lynn W. Turner A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of History Ruth Williams B.L., A.M. Professor of Speech Richard P. Petrie B.S., A.M. Alumni Secretary, Director of Admissions and Personnel, and Associate Professor of Economics Louis S. Gibb B.S., A.M. Associate Professor of Business Administration [19] -3Pf. 4lfc mA Harold Jameson Ralston A.B., M.A., Th.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Classics W. Malcolm Reid B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology Eugene B. Vest A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Language and Literature Paul Cramer A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Engineering Carl Wesley Gamer Ph.B., S.T.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Political Science Caroline Henningsen B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of German Howard M. Jamieson, Jr. B.A., Th.B. Assistant Professor of Bible and Religion Russell S. Hutchison A.B., Th.B. Associate Alumni Secretary, Director of Publicity, and Assistant Professor of Bible and Religion [20] Adele Kennedy B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Em Heimo Loya B.M., A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Music Luella A. Williams B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Home Economics Mary McCoy A.B., B.S. in L.S. Librarian ■ ( L. Charles Artz A.B., M.A. Instructor in English Mary S. Bartling A.B., Ph.M. Instructor in History Mrs. Paul Cramer B.S.E. Instructor in Mathematics Gladys Gardner B.M., M.S. Instructor in Secretarial Science [21] L J J k i Mrs. Martha Metzger Hamilton B.A., M.Ed. Instructor in Art Mrs. Howard Jamieson A.B. Assistant Librarian Burdet F. Johnston A.B. Instructor in Speech Lorna Russell A.B., B.S. inL.S. Assistant Librarian H L Helen Louise Wharton B.S. Instructor in Biology Margaret Cox R.N. Nurse Benjamin T. Shawver Instructor of Chemistry David Fleming A.B. Assistant Personnel Director [22] Inez Hogue A.M. Registrar x D. M. McMichael A.B. Vice-President and Business Manager Lois Blackstone Office Superintendent and Treasurer Dorothy E. Whaling Bookkeeper ju Mrs. William Butler Assistant Librarian Roberta Brownlee Secretary Dorothy Fuller Secretary [23] Mrs. C. O. Burgess Winbigler House Director Mrs. R. A. Hutchison Grier Hall House Director cMotSk Ruth E. Garwood A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Spanish Charles Gourlay Goodrich Ph.B., M.S., DH.D. Professor of French, Emeritus Eva Louise Barr B.S., A.B., A.M. Professor of German and Spanish, Emerita Charles Leland Neil A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of French Kenneth B. Craig Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Mrs. Grace Gawthrop Peterson Instructor in Music Harriet Kyler Pease B.S. Art Librarian and Instructor of Art Thomas Russell Baldwin B.M., M.M., B.A. Assistant Professor of Music Glenn C. Shaver B.M., A.M. Assistant Professor of Music Edna B. Riggs B.Mus. Associate Professor of Music Hugh R. Beveridge B.S., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics David A. Murray A.B., A.M., D.D., L.H.D. Professor of Bible and Religion, Emeritus own Samuel M. Thompson A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy Mrs. Percy McAtee A.B. Assistant Librarian Mrs. Harold Hubbard A.B., B.S. in L.S. Assistant Librarian Frank McClanahan M.D., F.A.C.S. Medical Director Jean May Allison R.N. Assistant Nurse Lola Lambert B.S. Dietitian Mary Margaret Huntoon B.S. Co-Director of Women ' s Physical Education Helen Margaret Huston B.S. Co-Director of Women ' s Physical Education Anita Lillig Secretary Martha Mumey Secretary Miss Martha Reid McMichael House Director [241 Sports Action again! This season held many eventful thrill packed evenings as our Fighting Scots fought through to victory. Loud cheers rang forth from the gym. Tense spectators clenched their fists and sat through the exciting games as in the Knox-Monmouth game above. Cheers led by the M. C. Pep Club still re-echo the old fight song and " the school with the spirit, the school with the rep " [26] Roscoe W. Scott B.S., A.M. Director of Physical Education Glenn E. Robinson B.S., A.M. Instructor in Physical Education Robert George Woll B.S., M.S. Director of Athletics Monmouth College again sponsored a well rounded program of varsity athletics, consisting of Football, Cross Country, Swimming, Bas- ketball, Baseball, Golf, Tennis, and Track, as well as a full intramural program giving every male student an opportunity to take part in some form of competitive recreation. The coaching staff consisting of Bobby Woll, Jelly Robinson, and Roscoe Scott did a remarkable job in turning out some of the finest teams in M. C. history. For the past seven years Coach Robinson has been turning out tough gridiron elevens, with the exception of the time spent with the armed forces. Coach Woll has been mentor of the basketball and track squads for the past twelve years, as well as backfield coach in football. Coach Scott is a newcomer to our campus this season, coming formerly from Carthage High School. He has done a splendid job as swimming and baseball mentor along with his position of line coach in football. T27] HN i ? © a ft Row I: B. Turner, Capt., R. Petherbridge, J. Lemon, P. Mcllvain, L. Jackson, U. Robinson. J. Sokovich, J. Murphy, D. Riggle. Row 2: Coach Scott, L. Powell, W. Brood, C. Morgan, B. Hofbauer, B. Newberry, G. Trotter, R. Van Dyke, R. Feeheley, B. Anderson, R. Saunders, D. McKinley (Mgr.). Opponent Monmc Parsons.... 1 3 Iowa Wesleyan 1 7 Eureka 2 7 Iowa Wesleyan .... 2 7 Augustana . 11 10 Macomb ... 4 6 Quincy 6 1 Augustana 14 11 Parsons— 1 2 Macomb ... 4 5 Quincy 9 5 ith [28] ig fo z oowaLL This season the Scot eleven was buffeted a bit, in the Mid-west Confer- ence, although the conference standings bobbed up and down like a cork at sea. The last game of the season with the Scots defeating Knox won them fifth place berth in the conference, to say nothing of reclaiming the Turkey. Two Monmouth gridders were on the conference all-star roster, Tabby Talkin, and Bob McMasters. The team was co-captained by John Hahn and Jack Jaquet. Letter winners on the squad were Bob Feehley, Dave Stone, Ronald Ravenhill, Art Lauer, Don Armstrong, Bill Ray, Bob Rosenbaum, John Tarkington, Blake Turner, Bill Ray, Harry Van Fleet, Roy Pether- bridge, Keith Doanne, Bob McMasters, Paul Mcllvain, Tabby Talkin, John Perry, and John Worley. SEASON SCHEDULE Monmouth Opponent Ripon 6 20 Augustana ._ 13 20 Cornell _ 6 13 Knox .13 Monmouth Oppone Parsons . 26 Beloit 6 Grinnell 12 7 Carthage .... 28 [291 Pogue, Knox center, registers field goal as Monmouth squad awaits rebound. Monmouth players are Trotter (41), White (48), Mcllvain (47), Armstrong (40), and Talkin (58). Knox men are Pogue (shooting), Crawford (34), and Stevens (54). Monmouth and Knox presented the most interesting game of the season to a capacity crowd in the Galesburg Armory January 29th, when the Fighting Scots dropped their third consecutive game, 70-65, after two overtime periods. Naturally it was a hotly-contested struggle, but neither the exces- sive amount of fouling or frequent examples of poor officiating could distract from the color of the contest that kept the fans on the edge of their seats from the tip-off to the final gun. Monmouth jumped to an early lead and set the pace until late in the first half when Knox tied the struggle up via the free throw line at 26 all, with 1 minute and 15 seconds left to play. [30] ig fb- fj Varsity JjasketbaLL The 1946-47 quint placed fourth in the conference, and broke some records in doing so. Scoring 1,126 points for the season, they are the first Monmouth team to score more than a thousand points for a season. In de- feating Hope College 84-60 they set a new team scoring record. The prev- ious record was set in 1943-44 when Monmouth scored 81 points against Western Teachers of Macomb. Donny Armstrong broke the individual scoring record previously held by Gordy Huber at 263 points for the season by racking up a total of 273 points. Huber ' s game average still holds at 14.6, although Armstrong almost equalled it with 14.2. The all time high, how- ever, is held by Lowell " Curly " Johnson who averaged 19 points a game in 1943, but can hardly be called a school record as he only played in 1 1 games. 1946-47 Basketball Season: Monmouth Opp. Alumni .. 44 28 Parsons _ 62 34 Burlington Jr. College 64 42 Grinnell . 66 51 Iowa Wesleyan ... 55 36 Augustana . 53 41 Parsons .. 59 37 Lawrence _ 45 59 Ripon .. 54 58 Knox ... 65 70 Monmouth Cornell 60 Coe .. . 37 Grinnell 65 Carleton 65 Knox _ 57 Carthage — 60 Augustana ... .. 59 Beloit . _ 70 Hope .. .. 84 Opp. 46 47 45 63 60 41 55 67 60 [3H goif Opponent Monmouth Knox _ ._ ll 2 6] 2 Bradley _ 11 10 Knox ... .. I2 2 2 2 Augustana - 6 9 Carthage ... 5 7 Iowa Wesleyan ._. l l 2 1 3 l 2 R. Hildreth, B. Wickstrom, C. Moysey, D. Peterson, H. Kason, Coach Woll. cJewils Opponent Monmouth Augustana 6 Knox - 4 2 Augustana . _ 3 Knox 4 2 Carthage 1 6 Iowa Wesleyan 5 f§LiL_f ' 1 fa HHHiMHMMHHSMNHHMMH HHHHi S. Coen, D. Pearson, R. McCaig, K. Frymire, V. Lillig, J. Musgove. {32} Swimming Mon- Opponcnt mouth Y.M.C.A. Burlington 23 52 Y.M.C.A. Burlington 15 60 Ottumwa Naval Air Station 50 25 Beloit 58 17 Knox 3 8 37 Augustana 43 23 Knox 49 26 Grinnell 45 30 Augustana 50 16 - r - ?.! J A J Yiox- Jnonmouik C rack Jneet Buck Worley (right) , Scot hurdler, starting sprint to tape after successfully nego- tiating the final barrier in the 120 yard high hurdles. The occasion was the dual meet with Knox; the Scots won the affair easily, 93-38. Jud Kruidenier (second lane from left), Monmouth, took sec- ond, and Bob Parton, Knox, was third. Worley also won the low hurdles, nosing out Kruidenier by half a step. [33] Row 1: F. Schips (Mgr.), J. Feehlcy, H. DeMorest, J. Kruidenier, B. Worley, Coach Robinson. Row 2: B. Woods, H. Van Fleet, D. Armstrong, G. Trotter, S. Jackson, J. Hoyt, D. Mings, D. Eckhoff, R. Cooper. R ow 3: R. Fair, H. Dunlap, R. McCaig, R. Timmons, R. Talkin, J. Campbell, J. Leary, C. Morris. 1Q4J cJrack Opponent Monmouth Beloit - 60% 70% Augustana . 46 85 Quadrangular Meet: Augustana —.49% 68% Carthage ... _ 25% Knox _ 19% Western of Macomb 65% 65% Knox ... 38 93 Jn ' wwed (conference Points Lawrence 45 Coe _ 35 2 Carleton 3 1 Grinnell _ 30 Monmouth 27 l z Beloit 23 Cornell ..... 14 Ripon 1 1 Knox 8 In the Beloit Relays, Monmouth scored 8 points, were fourth in the sprint medley, fifth in the 880 yd. relay, and fifth in the distance medley. They also placed sixth in the two mile relay, sixth in the 440 yd. relay, and seventh in the discus throw. [34] a asses C he Senior 0 ass President George Trotter Secretary- _ ._. Joan Hutchison Treasurer ._ Margaret Rowley Student Council Representative ... Blake Turner Members CJxot Sh to wn Glenn Blythe Seaton, Illinois Robert McMaster Monmouth, Illinois Lois Frank Sherrard, Illinois Willard McMaster Monmouth, Illinois Margaretha Hamilton Monmouth, Illinois Richard Merillat Monmouth, Illinois Robert Jacoby Cutler, Illinois David Stone Chicago, Illinois Melville Jewell Little York, Illinois Ronald Thorwaldsen Monmouth, Illinois Lilian Lewis Monmouth, Illinois France Vancil Sparta, Illinois [36] Richard Barnard Monmouth, Illinois Martha Sue Bell Little Rock, Arkansas Richard Beck Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Myron Bengson Chicago, Illinois Martha Bond Monmouth, Illinois Joseph Campbell Media, Illinois Joyce Busby Litchfield, Illinois Inez Cattron Ellisville, Illinois [37] Mary Clark Oneida, Illinois Rhodia Cooper Viola, Illinois Steven Coen Champaign, Illinois Warren Cutler St. Augustine, Illinois Dolores Dellinger Monmouth, Illinois Shirley Dunlap Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Florence Dunlap Galesburg, Illinois Joseph Eavey Xenia, Ohio r 38 1 Richard EckhofT Dover, Illinois Jeane Ferguson Evanston, Illinois Jesse Evans Reynoldsburg, Ohio Janet Findley Sioux Falls, South Dakota Myrle Gerkin East Chicago, Indiana John Hahn Evanston, Illinois Paul Gray Arlington, Virginia Donald Hill Monmouth, Illinois [39] Helen Hofstetter Whittier, California Glenn Hunsaker Monmouth, Illinois Nancy Huffnagle Chicago, Illinois Joan Hutchison Monmouth, Illinois Delbert Icenogle Monmouth, Illinois Donn Johnson Aurora, Illinois Jack Jacquet Geneseo, Illinois Vincent Johnson Kirkwood, Illinois f40] Beatrice Kaeppel Milwaukee, Wisconsin Josephine Kilpatrick Greenfield, Ohio Nancy Kennedy DeKalb, Illinois Vivian Knauss Chicago Heights, Illinois Bernard LaMonte Elmhurst, Illinois John Lawson Ellisville, Illinois Cherry Lauder Monmouth, Illinois John Lottes Sewickley, Pennsylvania [411 Robert McCreight Aledo, Illinois Dorothy Matson Monmouth, Illinois Mary McKinnon Riverside, California Gloria Matson Chicago, Illinois Charlotte Meek Jerseyville, Illinois David Morrison Evanston, Illinois Merle Milligan Des Moines, Iowa Margaret Orr Columbus Junction, Iowa [42] Charles Patterson Overland, Missouri Margaret Petran Chicago, Illinois Dean Peterson Berwyn, Illinois Catherine Robinson Joliet, Illinois Margaret Rowley Seaton, Illinois John Tarkington Birmingham, Michigan Charlotte Sharp St. Louis, Missouri John Taylor Roseville, Illinois [43] Faye Thomas Chicago, Illinois George Trotter Monmouth, Illinois Marilyn Thompson Monmouth, Illinois Maxine Trotter Monmouth, Illinois Blake Turner Indianapolis, Indiana Margaret Vittori Chicago Heights, Illinois John Urey Oil City, Pennsylvania Paul Watson Monmouth, Illinois [44] Mary Wilford Monmouth, Illinois John Worley Raritan, Illinois Karine Work Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Virginia Wyatt Glenview, Illinois Helen Young Beth Johnston Monmouth, Illinois Aledo, Illinois Walter Sutherland Mary Frances Lister (Junior) Monmouth, Illinois [45] junior (ylass President Harold Kurtz Secretary Ceceliamae Posey Treasurer Gloria Holland Student Council Representative Jeanne Blaylock juniors C7 ot Sk own Marian Armstrong Richard Becker Mary Jane Blake Mary Brooks Stephen Genung Bryan Lee Buchanan Carol Conlin Charles Deubner Warren Frenell Robert Frynire Charles Heisler Gloria Holland Emmy Lou Hoog Beverly Jones Arthur Lauer Lawrence Lee Charles Lester Joseph Lilley Richard Lincoln James McCarthy Alice Mancell Jeanne Martin William Morse Loren Murphy Lyle Ossian Leroy Pierce Jack Poison Ceceliamae Posey Carl Rasmusen Keith Reid Edith R obeson Jane Robinson Lewis Robinson Robert Rodger Beverly Streedain Verne Strantz Robert Talkin Frank Testa Myra Watson Thomas Weber Ralph White Helen Wohler Sally Whitman Jane Winbigler Marjorie Wise Burney Wickstrom [46] ROBERT ANDERSON SIBYL COEN MARGARET ELMORE LYNN ARADO VERYL COLE JUNE ERICSON LOIS ALM BARBARA CURRY ALICE EDWARDS JEANNE BLAYLOCK JOANNE CURTIS DOROTHY EYLER JOYCE BRIGGS EVELYN CAPP MRS. WILLIAM FAVERTY JOY BROWN HELEN DAVIS ROBERT FOSTER WILLIAM BROWN JANE DAVIS DONNA FRANDSEN william butler louise Dubois laila gabriel F47 1 WILLIAM GLADSTONE FLOYD HERSBERGER HARRY KAPPEL GALE GLAS JACK HUSTON LOUISE LAUDER HENRY HATCH DAVID HILL ANN LAURITSEN LOREN HENDERSON CAROL INGRAM MARY McFARLAND ROBERT HESSE RICHARD JOHNSON JANE McWILLIAMS LUCILE HILL (Graduate Student) JAMES JIRAK PATRICIA MANN DORIS HIPPLE RICHARD KUPEL HELEN MAR PAT HOFSTETTER HAROLD KURTZ AMELITA MEIER [48] DALE MILLIGAN JACK ROESCH DAGMAR STEVENS HELEN MOORE FARWELL SAWYER DOROTHY STEWART JOHN MURPHY JOHN SCHWEITZER ANNE SHIRLEY MARYGAIL NEILSON DAVE SCOTT SHIRLEY THOMAS MARGARET OWEN GLENDORA SHAVER PRUDENCE TOLOMEO GRACE QUON DOROTHY SMITH EDWARD VAN LOON JANE RAMSEY FRANCES SINENI JACK WECKERLY NORMA RICHARDS THEO STASS IRMA WHITE [49] Sopkomore C op ass President Charles Gavin Treasurer Laura Vidal Secretary Elsie Cory Student Body Representative Betty Smith One hundred ninety-nine strong, the class of ' 49 proved more than a match for the " freshies " in the traditional pole scrap. " Life " photog- raphers were here for the event, but for some odd reason failed to print their shots. The all-school dance, sponsored by the Sophomores and dec- orated by Bill Faverty, was one of the big events of the year. The class lost one able secretary, Anita Madden, who changed her name to Lillig during Christmas vacation. With half their college career behind them, the class of ' 49 looks forward to the two remaining years. 1st Row: E. Nicolaides, H. Stone, G. Reed, L. Smith. 2nd Row: W. McGaughy, B. Hottle, J. Shields, W. Bigger, C. Jenkins. [50] 1st Row: S. Nice, C. McBride, M. McKissick, B. Ohlinger, S. Levin, S. Milow, A. Meier. 2nd Row: G. Muncy, B. Nastik, M. Pilchard, J. McGillicuddy, M. Peck, M. Meeks. 3rd Row: D. Pearson, R. Lunoe, W. Rechel, M. Rinker, L. McMicken, J. McGinnes, R. Miller, L. Moburg. 4th Row: H. Montgomery, L. Morford, R. Marshall, J. Musgove, P. Mcllvain, W. Lyman, V. Murk, D. Peterson, M. Neill. 1st Row: E. Geraldi, S. Ives, P. Holmquist, A. Latham, B. Lamb, R. Hancock, J. Larson. 2nd Row: E. Hickman, M. Harris, A. Kniss, D. Goddard, J. Garst, C. Gardner, G. Keating. 3rd Row: A. Kilpatrick, M. Hofstetter, L. Gowdy, E. Johnson, A. Hart, D. Kern, N. Kimble. 4th Row: H. Harkless, J. Leary, P. Kaler, H. Hatch, D. Jelinck, R. Latham, C. Gavin, R. Johnson. 5th Row: K. Giles, B. Harvey, V. Killey, D. Grant, T. Johnson, G. Hanna, D. Huston. [51] 1st Row: B. Davis, M. Effland, G. Festerling, J. Ellsworth, B. Caldwell, C. Barron, V. Bastian, B. Davis. 2nd Row: J. Baldwin, E. Fulljames, R. Enloe, J. Eckhardt, D. Davis, J. Chakides, L. Fuhr. 3rd Row: P. Bird, W. Christian, P. Boatright, E. Cory, D. Colvin, B. Burns, J. Black, M. Dahlbo. 4th Row: P. Daymude, D. Gantner, R. Bilter, K. Clark, W. Congdon, G. Bastian. 5th Row: H. Kason, H. Dunlap, K. Chicoine, M. Briggs, H. Bayer, W. Faverty, J. Camp, J. Forbes. 1st Row: L. Stewart, B. Whiteman, L. Staudenbauer, M. Talkin, J. Treleaven, E. Thompson, R. Strangeway. 2nd Row: D. Seymour, V. Van Zelst, S. Wallace, L. Vidal, M. Wilkin, N. Turnbull, M. Wilkens, H. White. 3rd Row: T. Trainor, R. Towsley, B. Saunders, D. Wisner, U. Swanson, R. Surratt. 4th Row: T. Scnseman, J. Staudenbauer, H. Van Fleet, D. Whiteman, E. Sachs, F. Schips, W. Butcher, W. Yocum, T. Vlahos, B. Vance. [52] Jreskman G ass President Robert Cunningham Secretary Frances Drayson Treasurer Jewel Price Student Council John Hamilton They came in like a lion and went out like a lion. Yessir, the first big post-war Freshman class really made the rest of the campus sit up and take notice before they finished this year. Of course they didn ' t do much when it came to downing the Sophomores — but THE POLE WAS GREASED. But they removed their hats at the half of the Knox game in the true Monmouth tradition and came up with a swell dance at the Parochial School that same night. And when it came time for the Fresh- man play in April, Bruce Hanson showed the rest of the campus that a Freshman is just as good as they come when you meet " The Man Who Came to Dinner. " Row 1: J. Vanstone, B. Smith, M. Oylcr, R. Acheson, J. Brown, M. Huey, J. Apgar. Row 2: J. Sedik, M. Sjoholm, B. Scheldrup, J. Hillen, E. Barr, G. Hargraves, M. MacCullum. Row 3: R. Wornock, J. Rathbun, R. Van Dyke, B. Onken, R. Hoffbauer, R. Hanson, P. Miller, W. Mahler. Row 4: D. Deets, R. Basinger, C. Krisfaluzy, H. DeMorest, R. Buchanan. Row 5: R. Sympson, D. Saupe, W. Rautenberg, J. Burke, W. Lynch, T. Carmichael, D. Phelps, J. Goggin, W. Kricker, R. Kunningham, J. Wilson, R. Fuhr. [53] Row 1: R. Howard, P. Huxley, M. Langford, M. Howells, J. Hodge, H. Laemmli, H. Dykhuizen. Row 2: L. J.ickson, L. Johnson, M. Husman, I. Johnson, P. Lane, C. Keim, J. Lewis. Row 3: K. Kctcham, P. Johnson, W. Ivey, M. Korbakes, M. Langford, M. Kinney, U. Kern. Row 4: G. Hunt, R. Ingraham, C. Koenig, B. Kennedy, G. Lauterbach, K. Johnson, R. Carlson. Row 5: W. Lesch, R. Leiper, W. Kinney, W. Kuntz, J. Kruidenier. Row 1 : S. Shaw, R. Busch, M. Talsott, D. Riskedal, C. Taylor, L. Simmons, S. Reed. Row 2: G. Sehoenfeld, R. Smick, Y. Richardson, E. Routsong, J. Reinecke, D. Sutton, V. Stewart, W. Scott. Row 3: J. Szmydt, R. Timmons, V. Robinson, J. Craig, R. Thornburg, D. Stanley. Row 4: M. Reid, W. Davis, R. Shebeck, C. Richey, R. Seigle, R. Sieving. [541 f Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 J. Allison, M. Bachrrun, J. Bennison, J. Bowles, M. Annesley, P. Aiken. D. Brattian, C. Axline, D. Brown, D. Misener, N. Asp, M. Bannen, A. Bear. E. Allen, J. Bakker, M. Austin, G. Beasley, D. Blair, C. Bengson. A. Albert, R. Armstrong, R. Ady, J. Birdsell, L. Beck, R. Bell, W. Brodd, D. Baird. Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 R. Calhoun, G. Davis, J. Dykhuizen, M. Connell, D. Curtis, G. Clark, A. Bannalt E. Ericson, D. Davis, S. Davis, J. Chatten, C. Carlson, J. Carlson, M. Clark. C. Eggleston, L. Carlson, G. Davis, S. Brown, K. Chicoine, R. Cooper, H. Cook. L. Clark, A. DeVitalis, R. Burnette, R. Fair, W. Cleland, J. Dean, D. Davis. [55] Row 1: 1 Moore, J. McCreight, N. McDowell, G. McWilliams, G. Moore, N. Milward, K. Monahan. Row 2: J. Martin, R. McConnel, M. McLean, S. Merion, J. Hogue, S. McMullen. Row : V. McDadc, R. Peterson, S. Matson, C. Miller, S. May, A. Lytic, M. Daniclson. Row 4: R. Matson, R. McCaig, K. Lindstrom, G. Miller, D. McGaughey, G. Marsh, H. Luthin. Row 5: J, Mains, D. McKinley, R. Medhurst, J. Linton, R. Longfield, J. Matthais. Row 1: J. Price, P. Pullman, F. Ralston, D. Morsen, M. Muirhead, M. Plunkett. Row 2: R. Overton, A. Peyron, J. O ' Neal, F. Nicholas, C. Pierce, L. Ronsdale, A. Parmenter, E. Murray. Row 3: W. Petrie, J. Palmer, R. Petherbridge, D. Price, J. Nixon, D. Ralston, J. Lantzy. Row 4: D. Cameron, H. Musgove, R. Porter, D. Price, R. Oswald, H. Patterson, H. Poling, C. Morgan. [56] Row I: R. Felts, J. Heath, G. Gabriel, M. Heisler, R. Forsythe, L. Flament, M. Gantner. Row 2: F. Ferson, D. Hendel, B. Hargis, K. Hanson, M. Gauss, R. Giddings, K. Goddard. Row 3: K. Frymire, A. Fayette, D. Gliessman, W. Grice, R. Fisher, R. Hesse, F. Drayson, R. Gibson. Row 4: J. Hastings, G. Graff, W. Forsythe, J. Graham, J. Francis, R. Flemley, D. Gossett, B. Hanson. Row 5: F. Goodall, K. Hay, D. Hershberger, R. Feeheley, R. Hildreth, R. Fritz. Row 1 : M. Tubbs, D. Walker, I. Webster, E. Wylie, F. Tubbs, S. Tinsley, M. Wysong. Row 2: J. Weakley, J. Warnecke, P. Wicall, B. Zeis, M. Zielke, J. Wilford, D. Walker. Row 3: K. Wharflf, D. White, W. Wilkens, A. Wiseley, D. Woodruff, D. Tubbs, J. Wasley. Row 4: D. Vandersnick, W. Wiesjahn, C. Wedan, W. Woods, J. Torrence, W. Weymuller, M. Williams. Row 5: R. Williams, J. White, R. Washburn, J. Wasley, L. Wheat. [57] [58] UraamzatLom 1st Row: J. Hutchison, G. Holland. 2nd Row: L. DuBois, M. Petran, M. Bond, S. Dunlap. 1 an-ULeLLemc ( ouncu The Pan-Hellenic Council is essential to successful cooperation among the sororities on campus. It is composed of the president and one other member of each group. It insures fair play in everything that concerns the four sororities, particularly during the rushing season. President _ Joan Hutchison, Kappa Kappa Gamma Vice-President Gloria Holland, Kappa Delta Secretary. __ Beverly Jones, Pi Beta Phi Treasurer-.. Shirley Dunlap, Alpha Xi Delta [60] Seated: A. Lauer, L. Pierce. Standing: J. Tarkington, R. Beck, V. Lillig, J. Eavey. Dyiter- Jrcdemltij (jouncLL The object of the Interfraternity Council is to promote and main- tain harmony between the fraternities on the campus. Membership is composed of two representatives from each fraternity elected each year. This same group sponsored an interfraternity dance in January which was deemed a huge success. President LeRoy Pierce Secretary-Treasurer ___ Art Lauer Representatives: Phi Kappa Pi LeRoy Pierce, Art Lauer Tau Kappa Epsilon John Tarkington, Richard Beck Theta Chi Verne Lillig, Joe Eavey f si 1 Members Corrine Barron Jo Ann Black Mary Jane Blake Joan Chakides Marian Cowden Joanne Curtiss Jane Davis Shirley Dunlap Dorothy Eyler Lois Frank Laura Fuhr Helen Hofstetter Marilyn Hofstetter Mary K. Hofstetter Patricia Hofstetter Agnes Kilpatrick Jo Kilpatrick Shela Levin Rosemary Mancell Martha Meeks Sue Milow Helen Moore Margaret Petran Catherine Robinson Betty Smith Dcrothy Smith Ruth Strangeway Glendora Shaver Marilyn Thompson Shirley Thomas Joyce Treleaven Helen Wohler Pledges Patricia Aiken Ruth Busch Ruth Calhoun June Eckhardt Rosemary Felts Shirley Matson Joan May Carol Miller Barbara Nastick Jane Nash Genevieve Reed Barbara Smith Elaine Thompson Row 1 : C. Miller, R. Busch, G. Reed, R. Felts. Row 2: J. Eckhardt, J. May, B. Smith, J. Nash, S. Matson, B. Nastick, E. Thompson, P. Aiken. [62} Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 J. Martin, D. Eyler, J. Chakides, M. Meeks, S. Levin, R. Strangeway, L. Frank. H. Wohler, S. Thomas, P. Hofstetter, M. Petran, J. Kilpatrick, M. Blake. C. Barron, S. Milow, D. Smith, J. Treleaven, L. Fuhr, H. Moore, C. Robinson, S. Dun- lap, H. Hofstetter, G. Shaver, A. Kilpatrick, M. Thompson, B. Faverty, J. Davis. CfLpka Sxl Jjelia The Beta Epsilon chapter of Alpha Xi Delta came to Monmouth College in 1932. The Alpha Xi Delta ' s on Monmouth campus are extremely active. They participate and present many things of importance such as lectures, dances, meetings, and the annual tea for the faculty and alumnae. Among other interesting things, the chapter has adopted a family in Nordwych, Holland, and is sending them, in reciprocation for the tulips in front of Wallace Hall, cartons of clothes and other necessities of life. OFFICERS President Margaret Petran Vice-President. Patricia Hofstetter Secretary Shirley Thomas Treasurer.— Josephine Kilpatrick [63] Members Robert Ady Richard Beck Edward Brown Robert Burnett William Butcher Joseph Campbell Veryl Cole Paul Daymude William Davis Jack Forbes Walter Forsythe Warren Frenell Roger Fritz Charles Gavin John Hahn Fred Hanna Loren Henderson David Hill Donald Huston Jack Huston Robert Johnson Richard Johnson Donn Johnson Ted Johnson Elson Keefer Dean Kleinkopf William Kuntz Bernard LaMonte John Lemon Roger McCaig Robert McCreight Donnald McGaughey Locke Morford Jack Murphy Lyle Ossian Charles Patters on Earl Piccard Carl Ramussen Wallace Rechel Farwell Sawyer Jack Schweitzer Max Shrode Robert Talkin John Tarkington Robert Thornburg George Trotter Harry Van Fleet Dale Walker John Ward Donald Whiteman William Westbrook Tere Wilford Stewart Zimmerman Pledges Gene Bastian Roger Fair Raymond Fosterling Thomas Hern Lynn Keim Walter Kendall Joseph Lantzy Kenneth Nelson Judd Rathbun Max Reid Wallace Scott James Torrance " Smoky " T.K.E. Chapter House J64] I. pbell, R. Beck, Mrs. McCaslin, B. Lamont, D Row Row I: D. Hill, C. Gavin, J. Ha son, J. Murphy, E. Keefer. 2: J. Ward, E. Brown, W. Kuntz, V. Butcher, D. Hershberger, J. Wilford, J. Rathbun, R. Johnson, R. Johnson, L. Henderson, S. Zimmerman, R. Latham, C. Rasmusen, J. Lemon, G. Bastian, J. Schweitzer, W. Kendall, L. Morford, V. Davis, W. Forsyth. 3: W. Rechel, R. Saunders, L. Dingwell, L. Keim, F. Hershberger, T. Hern, R. McCreight, R. Burnett, D. Walker, V. Cole, R. McCaig, E. Picard, W. Scott. 4: R. Ady, K. Nelson, T. Johnson, M. Reid, F. Sawyer, R. Fosterling, G. Trotter, R. Talkin, V. Johnson, C. Patterson, R. Fritz, J. Campbell, J. Forbes, D. Whiteman, D. Mc- Gaughey, P. Daymude, J. Torrence, F. Hanna, D. Huston. C au Jvappa Opsilon The year 1946-47 was one of great success on Monmouth campus for the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon. The TKE ' s are consistently active in presenting extra-curricular activities that are of great importance on Monmouth campus. OFFICERS Prytanis John Tarkington Epi-Prytanis Donn Johnson Gramma teus John Murphy Crysopholos Richard Beck Histor Bernard LaMonte Hegeman John Hahn Pylortes Joseph Campbell Hypoyhetes Charles Gavin [65] Ml Mill KS Jane Bakker Joyce Briggs Jean Brown Arlene Canalte Joyce Carlson Gretchen Clark Alice Edwards Margaret Elmore Roberta Enloe Elaine Fulljames Gertrude Gabriel Laila Gabriel Jean Garst Roberta Hancock Julie Heath Janet Hogue Gloria Holland Marion Huey Dolores Jelinek Elaine Johnson Charlene Keim Barbara Lamb Lois McMicken Patricia Mann Jane Martin Betty Ohlinger Margaret Pilchard Jewell Price Barbara Ream Linda Simmons Theo Stass Lois Staudenbauer Irma White Pledges Jane Dykhuizen Elma McGrew Shirley Shaw Marcia Talbot Row 1 : A. Cannalte, J. Bakker, P. Mann, M. Talbot, L. Simmons. Row 2: E. McGrew, J. Dykhuizen, G. Clark, J. Martin, G. Gabriel, J. Price, L. Staudenbauer, B. Ream, M. Huey, J. Brown, S. Shaw. [66] Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 I. Whi te, L. Gabriel, G. Holland, A. Edwards, B. Hancock. J. Busby, M. Gerkin, C. Ingram, E. Capp. Lamb, J. Garst, L. McMicken, D. Jelinek, J. Ericson, J. Briggs,T. Scass, E. Eulljames, M. Pilchard, R. Enloe, M. Brooks, M. Elmore. Jvappa JJeth a Kappa Delta was founded at Virginia State Normal College on October 23, 1897. The chapter here, Beta Gamma, was first a local sorority called Theta Chi Mu. In October, 1936, it joined with the national organization and since has been Beta Gamma of Kappa Delta. The girls who wear the diamond pin whirled through a year ' s round of school and social activities from their Pirate Party to that May night when they serenaded their seniors with the favorite songs of Kappa Delta. We can look back on the Moon Mist formal, the monthly olive binges, the loveliness of the white rose, the colors green and white, t he spring formal with the thrill and romance of One Night, One Spring, and think, KD did it again. OFFICERS President Carol Jean Ingram Vice-President __ Myrle Gerkin Secretary Joyce Busby Treasurer __ Evelyn Capp [671 MEMBERS William Christian Joseph Staudenbaur William Cashin Donald Tezak Monroe Beatty Glen Blythe Jack Fleming James Musgove Charles Stratemeyer Roderick Towsley William Congdon Richard Hamilton Edward Sachs Richard Merillat Dean Peterson Henry Kappel Leroy Pierce Kenneth Clark Richard Miller Erwin Mikesell Jon Camp Melvin Schulmeister PLEDGES Arnie House Tom Carmichael Kirby Frymire Bill Weyhmueller Yale Richardson Gordie Dahl Dougal Cameron Harry Cook Jerry Sauer Don Johnson Martin Neill Kenny Brechbill Dwight Tubbs Keith Wharff Don Pearson Don Deets Doc Calhoun Don Bowman John Hamilton Don Baird Chuck Deubner Bob McCIintock Don Davis Sid Jackson Duke Lieurance Bill Ellerby Bob Matson Bill Lynch Bob Overton Ray Van Dyke Don Riggle Bill Wcods Jim White Jim Graham Dick Washburn Bill Rautenburg Bob Porter Hank Tubbs Carl Johnson Bill Wasson Rollie Goggin Dick Wilkens Chris Koenig Bob Cunningham Howie Musgove _ . , , 1946-47 PLEDGE CLASS Back Row: Duke Lieurance, Bill Ellerby, Bob Matson, Bill Lynch, Bob Overton, Ray Van Dyke DonSe Bill Woods, Jim White, Jim Graham, Dick Washburn, Bill Rautenbere Bob Porter Hint- T„Kh r ITU Bill Wasson, Rollie Schmitt, John Go ss in, D,ck Wilkens, Chris iSTSoS S .S [68] ACTIVE CHAPTER Back Row: (left to right) William Christian, Joseph Staudenbaur, William Cashin, Donald Tezak, Monroe Beatty, Glen BIythe, Jack Fleming, James Musgove, Charles Stratemeyer, Roderick Towsley, William Congdon. Front Row: (left to right) Richard Hamilton, Edward Sachs, Richard Merillat, Dean Peterson, Henry Kappel, Leroy Pierce, Kenneth Clark, Richard Miller, Erwin Mikesell, John Camp, Melvin Schulmeister. Oflpha Cscai Umecja This year, for the first time since 1943, A.T.O. has returned to peace time status on the Monmouth College campus. It has been one of the greatest in the A.T.O. ' s proud history. Early in the year correspondence began between the local group and A.T.O. , one of the prominent national fraternities. After a year in which members of the various A.T.O. chapters visited the local frater- nity, and upon completion of a formal petition, Phi Kappa Pi was ac- cepted as the ninety-eighth chapter of A.T.O. fraternity. The members look back with pride on their history as Phi Kap ' s and with the same pride, look forward to their future as A.T.O. ' s. OFFICERS President LeRoy Pierce House Manager __ —Ed Vancil Pledge Master _._.Art Lauer Secretary Dean Peterson Treasurer Ed Sachs [69 1 Actives Joyce Aszman Jeanne Blaylock Marion Danielson Helen Davis Delores Dellinger Barbara Dent Louise DuBois Janet Findley Gail Glas Dorothy Goddard Doris Hippie Emmy Lou Hoog Nancy Huffnagle Joan Hutchison Anne Kniss Martha Lafferty Louise Lauder Dorothy Matson Dagmar Stevens Mary Lou Stewart Nancy Turnbull Laura Vidal Mary M. Wilkin Karine Work Helen Young Pledges Elinor Allen Marion Austin Catherine Axline Evelyn Barr Jeannie Bennison Frances Drayson Ethel J. Ericson Lois Flament Katherine Goddard Ruth Ann Hesse Margaret J. Owen Charlotte Pierce Elizabeth Routsong Rica Tubbs Dorothy Walker Jane Warnecke Joann Weakley Lois Wittberger Row 1 : F. Drayson, E. Ericson, L. Flament, R. Tubbs. Row 2: M. Austin, J. Bennison, D. Walker, J. Warnecke, E. Allen. Row 3: M. Owen, E. Barr, R. Hesse, K. Axline, J. Weakly, L. Wittberger, E. Routsong, C. Pierce, K. Goddard. [70] Row 1: D. Goddard, E. Hoog, D. Hippie, L. DuBois, M. Danielson. Row 2: M. Stewart, J. Ramsey, D. Matson, V. Wyatt, J. Hutchison, C. Lauder, B. Whiteman, J. Blaylock. Row 3: L. Lauder, H. Davis, P. Kaler, B. Davis, L. Vidal, D. Dellinger, N. Huffnagle, D. Stevens, J. Azman, B. Dent, N. Turnbull, G. Glas, J. Findley, K. Work, M. Lafferty, M. Wilkin, H. Young, A. Kniss. J appa Jvappa Ljamma Working hand in hand with the UNRRA seemed to be the guiding force of the " wearers of the golden key " this year. If they weren ' t col- lecting canned goods for Greece or making " little things " for Norway, they were working right here at home by raising money to decorate the children ' s room at the Monmouth hospital. But " all work and no play makes Jill a dull girl " , so the girls went out and captured prizes at home- coming on the float and for stunt nite. Even their dates all sat up and took notice at their two formals, " Fantasy in Frost " and " May Melody. " Friendliness and helpfulness were the key words of the girls loyal to the blue and blue. OFFICERS President Joan Hutchison Pledge Captain Virginia Wyatt Treasurer Barbara Whiteman Standards Chairman ... Cherry Lauder [711 Members Ralph Marshall Dave Stone Bill Butler Merle Slayton David Scott Hearld Montgomery Robert Hess Frank Testa Robert Miller Joe Lilley James Jirak James Hammerburg Ken Chicoine Steve Coen Harry Kason James Shaw Vernon Lillig Myron Bengson John Lawson Dick Kupel Paul Grey Bill Faverty Verne Strantz Richard Barnard Robert Fekete Glenn Hunsaker BufTord Hottle Delbert Icenogle Harold Kurtz James Mclnnes Dallas Bossort Pledges Walter Lyman Don Grant Ray Atkinson Bob Johnson Victor Killey Roy Shebeck Harold Dunlap Don Ralston Ray Timmons Henry Hatch Kenneth Hulslander Charles Moysey Weldon Yocum Ted Vlahos Dick Hildreth James Wasley Jack Wasley George Schoenfleld Merle Milligan Dale Milligan 1st Row: J. Eavey, V. Lillig, R. Fekete. 2nd Row: F. Testa, S. Coen, H. Kurtz, J. Jirak, R. Marshal r 2] Row I : B. Lyman, D. Grant, R. Atkinson, B. Johnson, V. Killey, R. Shebeck, H. Dunlap, D. Ralston, R. Timmons, H. Hatch, K. Hulslander, C. Moysey, W. Yocum, T. Vlahos, R. Hildreth, J. Wasley, J. Wasley, G. Schoenfeld, M. Milligan, D. Milligan. Row 2: R. Marshall, D. Stone, B. Butler, M. Slayton, D. Scott, H. Montgomery, R. Hess, F. Testa, J. Eavey, R. Miller, J. Lilley, J. Jirak, Mother White, J. Hammerburg, K. Chicoine, S. Coen, H. Kason, J. Shaw, V. Lillig. Row 3: M. Bengson, J. Lawson, D. Kupel, P. Grey, B. Faverty, V. Strantz, R. Barnard, R. Becker, R. Fekete, G. Hunsaker, B. Hottle, D. Icenogle, H. Kurtz, R. Lunoe, J. Mclnnes, D. Bossort. Cslwla ukl Theta Chi moved into its first full post-war year with a fervor. The newly redecorated home was the scene of many fine open houses. With an eye upon further solidarity, an intrafraternity athletic series was insti- tuted with the Beta Rho chapter at Illinois Wesleyan. Two basketball games, one at Bloomington and the other here, inaugurated a new idea in fraternity possibilities on the Monmouth campus. A pledge class of twenty-four, the first semester, brought the active roster to sixty-two and prepared Theta Chi for the years ahead. OFFICERS President Vernon Lillig Vice-President John Lawson Secretary Joe Eavey Treasurer Frank Testa Marshall ..... Dick Becker [73] Ml MB] KS Jean Ferguson Faye Thomas Martha Bond Mary McKinnon Ceceliamae Posey Lynn Arado Sally Whitman Beverly Streedain Marion Thompson Beverly Jones Hazel Hatch Viola Van Zelst Elsie Cory Sally Wallace Gwen Keating Karol Klus Shirley Olson Norma Kimble Betty Davis Helene Terranova Pledges Marion Gantner Norma Milward Carol McBride Jo Ann Larson Eunice Kern Celinda Gardner Jacqueline McGinnis Marygail Neilson Katherine Ramsdale Nancy McDowell Frances Ferson Patricia McConnell Dolores Bratton Marcia Tubbs Mary Francis Lister Barbara Deubler Mary Bannon Leona Sanderson Jeanne Black Row 1 : M. Gantner, N. Milward, C. McBride, J. Larson, E. Kern. Row 2: C. Gardner, J. McGinnis, M. Nielson, L. Ramsdale. Row 3: N. McDowell, F. Ferson, P. McConnell, D. Bratton, M. Tubbs, M. Lister, B. Deubler, M. Bannon, L. Sanderson, J. Black. T74] Seated: J. Ferguson, M. Bond, F. Thomas, S. Whitman. Standing: M. MeKinnon, H. Hatch, E. Cory, V. VanZelst, C. Posey, B. Stredain, M. Arado, B. Jones, G. Keating, S. Olson, S. Wallis. (Pi $eta Tin Pi Beta Phi is the name that the I.C. Sorosis girls took in 1888. It was the first national fraternity for women, founded at Monmouth in 1867. The wine carnation and the colors wine and blue are the favorites of the girls that wear the golden arrow of Pi Beta Phi. OFFICERS President ...Martha Bond Vice-President ... Faye Thomas Recording Secretary. Jean Ferguson Corresponding Secretary .. ... Gwen Keating Treasurer ... Sally Whitman INDEPENDENT OFFICERS: J. Worley, R. Cooper, V. Kruuss, L. Buchanan. Onoepenaeni Urcjamzailon The Independents took their place this year among the other social organizations on campus by sponsoring two formals, " S. S. Independent " and " Moonglow, " a dinner dance, and various open houses throughout the year for the members and their guests. The main purpose of the organization is to provide social functions for all non-fraternity and non-sorority students in school. OFFICERS President Lee Buchanan Vice-President -Vivian Knauss Secretary Rhodia Cooper Treasurer -John Worley [76] C. Lauder, M. Trotter, V. Knauss, J. Bushy, J. Hutchison. Tau Pi is the local organization on the campus which cor- responds to Mortar Board. It was founded by Mary Ross Potter, and initiated its 15th class in May, 1946. Girls who achieve the finest ideals of womanhood are taken at the end of their junior year, and make up the active membership of the organization during their senior year. OFFICERS President Joan Hutchison Vice-President —Jo Kilpatrick Secretary-Treasurer-— ....Martha Bond MEMBERS Jo Kilpatrick Joyce Busby Vivian Knauss Cherry Lauder Martha Bond Joan Hutchison [771 Stuaent Jjooij Uff Leers The student body of Monmouth College extends many thanks to these leaders and officers for a job well done; namely president J. R. (Buck) Worley, vice-president Richard (Coach) Beck, secretary Cherry Lauder, and treasurer Vivian Knauss. While guiding our school back to pre-war standards, they laid a foundation for the pro- posed honor system, furthered student government, and made the Student Union a near reality. [781 Seated: J. Hutchison, B. Turner. Standing: M. Milligan, G. Trotter. Stuoent Uourt The little publicized quintet that has to judge the students and make the decisions do a thankless job, but one worthy of much praise, for it is an integral part of our Student Government. Good luck, " Judges " , and may you always make the right decisions. " the judges " Joan Hutchison George Trotter Cherry Lauder Blake Turner Merle Milligan [79] Row 1 : V. Knauss, Miss Leidman, M. Petran, G. Holland, J. Hutchison. Row 2: R. Beck, Mr. Finley, Dean Cleland, Dr. Grier, J. Worley, J. Eavey, Mr. Petrie. Student - faculty (committee The Student Faculty Committee serves to bring the faculty and students together so that each may more clearly see and understand each other ' s viewpoints and thus promote cooperation on the campus. The Student-Faculty Committee takes action on any problems brought up in Student Council which it deems affect the college as a whole. Dr. Grier Dean Cleland Dean Liedman Mr. Petrie Mrs. Hamilton Mr. Finley J. R. Worley Richard Beck Cherry Lauder Vivian Knauss Joan Hutchison Margaret Petran Martha Bond Carol Ingram LeRoy Pierce Joe Eavey John Tarkington Lee Buchanan [80] Seated: V. Knauss, C. Lauder, J. Worley, R. Beck, J. Blayloch, J. Busby. Standing: C. Gavin, L. Pierce, J. Hamilton, L. Gabriel, A. Edwards, B. Whiteman, J. Eavey, J. Tarkington, J. Weckerly. Stuoent L ouncLL The college government is in the capable hands of the Student Council. It has directed its efforts towards making our own democracy a project that is practical and an ideal to be cherished. This past year it has tried to empha- size the importance of honesty and fair play on our campus. [811 Row 1: R. Simpson, D. Warnock, J. Jirak, E. Nicolaides, F. Hanna, G. Giles. Row 2: D. Whiteman, R. Cooper, W. Harvey, Y. Richardson, L. Alleman, W. Lesch, C. Gavin. Row 3 : R. Petherbridge, W. Kinney, R. Oswald. Ttd £ta Jlu Many Freshmen find that they are unable to adjust themselves to the transition from high school work to college work. But special rec- ognition has been given to these men because they used their " Yankee ingenuity " or something to that effect to make a name for themselves with their Freshman grade reports. They know that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy but any one of them can tell you poor un- fortunates that it doesn ' t have to be all work. President Sponsor— Loren Allaman Wayne Brodd Robert Cooper Charles Gavi n Kenneth Giles George Hanna William Harvey James Jirak Eldon Keefer Wayne Kinney- Warren Lesch Lovell Lieurance William Lynch Ernest Nicolaides Robert Oswald Roy Petherbridge Jim Jirak Dr. Beveridge Dale Richardson Lewis Robinson Robert Sympson Edward Van Loon John Ward Richard Warnock Donald Whiteman Joseph Zimmerman [82] Row 1: L. Gabriel, A. Kniss, M. Danielson, B. Gcraldi, G. Quon, M. Clark, R. Forsythe. Row 2: G. Festerling, B. Burns, D. Colvin, P. Huxley, M. Hofstetter, A. Meier, M. Gauss, M. McLean. Row 3: T. Stass, D. Walker, M. Oyler, K. Goddard, J. Price, H. Hatch, M. Wysong, L. Smith, J. Hodge. JrL Ljamma Jri Few girls are as amazed as the fair ones shown on this page when they discovered 3.5 ' s or higher on their Freshman grade reports. They are proof enough that it isn ' t all play at Monmouth. They burned the midnight oil during their Freshman year and their parents were more than pleased with the results. Founded by Professor Emerita Eva Louise Barr, Pi Gamma Pi is a shining example of what you too might have done, girls, had you buckled down that first year. President ___.Marion Danielson Secretary-Treasurer Burneta Burns Marilyn Clark Doris Colvin Gladys Festerling Ruth Forsythe Laila Gabriel Marianne Gauss Elizabeth Geraldi Kathryn Goddard Hazel Hatch Jeanne Hodge Marilyn Hofstetter Pauline Huxley Anne Kniss Louise Lauder Anita Madden Anne Markley Marilyn McLean Audrey Meier Martha Oyler Jewel Price Grace Quon Theo Stass Lillian Smith Dorothy Walker Martha Wysong [83] Seated; D. Bossart, R. Enloe, A. Edwards E. Caldwell, D. Whiteman. Standing: B. Ohlinger, J. Ericson, N. Turnbull, B. Streedain, D. Stevens, K. Work, J. Findley, J. Briggs. Uracu This year the " Oracle " was again the " best seller " on the campus. Ably edited by Alice Edwards and a compe- tent staff, the paper upheld all the standards of a good col- lege newspaper. The staff sweat many drops of blood to make the Wednesday afternoon deadlines but the finished product on Friday afternoon was always an inspiration for the staff to go back to the dungeon in the basement of the library and do it all over again. OFFICERS Editor Alice Edwards Assistant Editor Betty Caldwell Business Manager Dorothy Eyler [84] Seated: P. Hofstetter, M. Blake, V. Strantz, D. Bossort, A. Shirley. Standing: G. Holland, D. Hippie, D. Stevens, B. Curry, D. Johnson, G. Shaver, L. Gabriel. JvaveLL LYlCjS Due to the change of hands, the 1948 " Ravelings " got an unusually late start. The new editor, Verne Strantz, assembled a staff and began work four hectic weeks before the end of the semester. Of course the draw-backs were many but with the cooperation of the responsible members of his staff, the 1948 annual has made the grade and paved the way for all future publications which are a high quality sample of the Monmouth campus life. Editor Verne Strantz Business Manager-. Mary Jane Blake Assistant Business Manager Glendora Shaver Organizations Laila Gabriel, Joyce Briggs Features Barbara Curry, Ann Shirley Faculty Doris Hippie Candids Jane Mc Williams Activities Pat Hofstetter, Gloria Holland Sports Robert Fekete, Dallas Bossort Art William Faverty Typing Ralph Marshall Advisor Russel Hutchison Classes Dagmar Stevens, Dick Johnson [85] Row 1 : W. Butler, Mr. Turner. Row 2: D. Icenogle, M. Jewell, B. Turner, M. Milligan. 1J. Ji. 6. Of. GaUnel The Young Men ' s Christian Association is a fellow- ship of those who, by a common, supreme loyalty to Jesus Christ and His way of life are naturally and inevi- tably drawn together. CABINET President William Butler Vice-President- ...Harry Van Fleet Secretary ... ...James Shaw Treasurer ... Mel Jewell Publicity.. Harold Kurtz Activities ... Blake Turner Program .... ... Delbert Icenogle Christian Service . Glenn Hunsaker Advisor Mr. Turner T 86 1 Seated: V. Knauss, J. Hutchison, G. Matson. Standing: A. Edwards, M. Orr, D. Dellinger, M. Gerkin, E. Hoog, G. Holland, D. Eyler. LJ.()Y. G.Of. GaUnet The Y.W.C.A. on the campus, part of a far-reaching world-wide organization, is an integral part of the college activities, as well as the Christian part of college life. CABINET President Jo Kilpatrick Vice-President Joan Hutchison Secretary Shirley Dunlap Treasurer Vivian Knauss Assistant Treasurer Gloria Matson f87l Row 1 : A. Edwards, G. Matson, M. Bond, Mr. Owen, C. Lauder, V. Knauss, Mr. Vest. Row 2: R. Marshall, J. Huston, L. Gabriel, C. Meek, N. Kennedy, G. Holland, I. White, A. Meier, N. Turnbull, R. Enloe, M. Owen, M. Danielson, L. Lauder, H. Hatch, M. Blake. Sterna cJau JJeita Not since the days of Dr. Johnson ' s coffee house gang has so much literary talent been gathered together as you see in the above picture. These are the people who enjoyed Freshman English and who looked forward to the assignment of themes. It is from a group such as this that Hemingways and Sandburgs get their start. Just watch for their special edition of the Oracle, " The Windows " , to see the results of their efforts. They are Dr. Owen ' s pride and joy and champion the statement that " The pen is mightier than the sword. " OFFICERS President Cherry Lauder Vice-President.... Martha Bond Secretary Vivian Knauss Treasurer... Dorothy Eyler Mary Jane Blake Marion Danielson Alice Edwards Roberta Enloe Jack Huston Nancy Kennedy Anne Kniss Louise Lauder Ralph Marshall Gloria Matson Charlotte Meek Audrey Meier Dale Milligan Margaret Owen Norma Richards Charlotte Sharp Nancy Turnbull Irma White Marjorie Wise [881 Seated: Dr. Reid, S. Dunlap, R. Cooper, I. White, S. Thomas, H. Mar. Standing: L. Staudenbauer, L. Vidal, D. Jelinck, J. Shields, B. Whiteman, K. Giles, S. Nice, L. Lauder. Jjeia Jjeta Jjeh a Biology minded persons on Monmouth campus have found the field exceptionally interesting enough so to promote Tri-Beta, their honorary fraternity. Dry discussions and lectures are dispensed with and members " let their hair down " to discuss the latest biological developments. This season surgical movies augmented by Dr. Frank McClenehan ' s descrip- tions provided many hours of practical knowledge and enjoyment to an interested society of Tri-Betas. President Rhoda Cooper Vice-President Irma White Secretary Shirley Thomas Treasurer -Jo Kilpatrick Historian Shirley Dunlap Sponsor Dr. Reid Lee Buchanan Louise Lauder Lois Staudenbaur Evelyn Capp Lawrence Lee Prudence Tolomeo Kenneth Giles Sue Milow Laura Vidal William Gladstone Shirley Nice Barbara Whiteman Delores Jelinek Norma Richards Harold Kurtz James Shields f89l Seated: J. Ferguson, R. Thorwaldsen, M. Bell, Dr. Turner, R. Barnard, C. Meek, B. Kaeppel. Standing: B. Jones, M. Brooks, D. Colvin, S. Levin, S. Coen, M. Jewell, B. Turner, W. Butler, R. Marshall, M. Gerkin, N. Kennedy, P. Hofstetter. jLeta Jvappa OpsLion The product of the historian ' s sweat this year and for every year until ' 53 will be the centennial history of M. C. Of course it hasn ' t all been work. There was the initiation with Dr. Turner ' s unique torture, the Christmas party in Turner ' s undersized basement where Bill Butler came as a box, and the annual gridiron banquet designed for the torture of the faculty and other big wheels. OFFICERS President Dick Barnard Vice-President ...Suzie Bell Secretary Charlotte Meek Treasurer Rolan Thorwaldsen Sponsor Dr. Lynn Turner Mary Inez Brooks Pat Hofstetter Sheila Levin Bill Butler Glenn Hunsaker Ralph Marshall Sibyl Coen Mel Jewell Charlotte Sharp Doris Colvin Beverley Jones Blake Turner Jeanne Ferguson Nancy Kennedy Helen Wohler Myrle Gerkin Betty Kaeppel [90 1 Row 1 : H. Hofstetter, J. Curtiss, M. Petran, M. Bond, P. Hofstette Row 2: P. Holmquist, R. Marshall, L. DuBois. Jri Jvappa JJelia " Faster, Faster, We Must Run Faster " is the title of the oration with which Elsie Cory won first place at NISTC and fourth at Northwestern. But this is merely an example of the success of the entire debate team. Pat Hofstetter placed first and Bill Butler placed second in extemporan- eous speaking at NISTC. The debate team tied for first with North- western at the Indiana State invitational tournament. But the crowning achievement was the sweepstakes award from the National Pi Kappa Delta tournament at Bowling Green, Ohio. Here Bill Butler, Elsie Cory, Roger Fritz, Pat Hofstetter, Cherry Lauder and Margaret Petran all placed. OFFICERS President Margaret Petran Vice-President Cherry Lauder Secretary Martha Bond Treasurer Pat Hofstetter Joanne Curtiss Louise DuBois Janet Findley Doris Hippie Mary K. Hofstetter Helen Hofstetter Phyllis Holmquist Jo Kilpatrick Ralph Marshall Helen Wohler f911 Seated: M. Vittori, H. Hofstettcr, M. Bell, M. Petran, P. Hofstetter, C. Meek, J. Ramsey. Standing: J. Thompson, P. McConnell, M. Hofstetter, V. Knauss, I. Cattron, C. Robinson, G. Matson, C. Heisler, D. Schroeder, P. Bird. SnternalioYial JveLatL ions The International Relations Club is affiliated with similar clubs all over the United States which were established and are aided by the Carnegie Endowment. The purpose of the club is to foster an interest in international relations, and to promote knowledge and understanding of the problems which confront the young people as citizens of the world. OFFICERS President Margaret Petran Vice-President Martha Sue Bell Secretary-Treasurer ... Helen Hofstetter Social Chairman Jo Kilpatrick [92] Row 1 : Mr. Loya, M. Clark, J. Roesch, L. DuBois, Mr. Baldwin, G. Shaver, Mr. Shaver. Row 2: I. White, S. Coen, M. Milligan, E. Hoog, A. Meier, M. Elmore, D. Smith, J. Curtiss, M. Trotter. (Pi OflpL cHu The need for an honorary music fraternity at Monmouth has been recognized for many years, but nothing was ever done until Dale Milli- gan, Louise DuBois, and Mr. Baldwin organized a fraternity with the assistance of Mr. Loya, Jack Roesch, and Mary Clark. Auditions were held for 15 prospective members and a constitution drawn up. The aim of Pi Alpha Nu is to establish a closer fellowship between campus musicians, to promote better standards of study, work, and performance, and to further the appreciation of good music. Mary Clark Steve Coen Joanne Curtiss Louise DuBois Margaret Elmore Dorothy Eyler Doris Hippie Emmy Lou Hoog Amelita Meier Dale Milligan Merle Milligan Helen Moore Jack Roesch Glenn Shaver Glendora Shaver Helen Terranova Helen White Thomas Hamilton Maxine Trotter Irma White " Russel Baldwin Heimo Loya ' " Sponsors T93 1 Row 1 : W. Woods, N. Milward, L. Carlson, W. Shebcck, G. Evans, R. Latham, C. Taylor. Row 2: " . Bigger, R. Reinhold, C. Carlson, G. Lauderbach, K. Giles, H. Moore, W. Ivey, L. Alleman, R. Warnock, J. Hogue. Row 3: 1.. Hill, .). Sedik, R. Oswald, E. Barr, R. McClintock, R. Marshall, G. Dahl, R. Peterson, C. Jenkins, R. Sympson, D. Ralston, D. Riffle. Jjana With their red coats trimmed with Scotch plaid, the new Monmouth b and set a very snappy pace as they swung out on Broadway to the tempo set by bag-pipes in the Homecoming parade. They shivered at the Knox game, sweat at the cage contests and played to an enthusi- astic audience at the spring concert. Their repertoire reeks of variety from Bach to Souza to Billy Rose. There is probably no other organization on Monmouth campus that enjoys their work more than Mr. Loya ' s uniformed instrumentalists. [941 Row 1 : I. White, R. Forsyth, A. Meier, S. Coen, W. Bigger, G. Evans, H. Terranova. Row 2: F. Hershberger, S. Coen, R. Miller, D. Colvin, R. Thomson, L. Hill, J. Carlson, A. Meier, G. Reed, D. Hemdel, G. Lauterback, H. Rhea, W. Woods. Row 3: F. Ralston, K. Giles, R. Marshall, E. Barr, F. Schips, D. Riggle. Standing: J. Smith, G. Shaver, D. Eyler. Urckestra Under the able baton of Mr. Loya, the college orchestra keeps alive and kicking the most widely known of the fine arts — symphonic music. With tonal quality to spare, this organization presented two concerts which drew lavish praise from all quarters. In addition, Mr. Loya moved over to the concert-master ' s chair to assist Mr. Shaver with " The Messiah " and the operetta, " Chimes of Normandy. " Beethoven ' s Fifth and Jass Piczicata for strings were both played with ease by this versatile group. Highlighting the year ' s repertoire, Amelita Meier mounted the elevated piano bench and bowled them over with Gershwin ' s " Rhapsody in Blue. " Though the equipment at hand is far from adequate, Mr. Loya must be praised for his direction of this excellent musical organization. [95] Gk tow { siG SOPRANO Marion Austin Bonnie Bailey Jeanne Blaylock Peggy Boatright Sibyl Coen Mary Connel Elsie Cory Dorothy Davis Louise DuBois Helen Dykhuizen Margaret Elmore Ethyl Ericson Celinda Gardner Dorothy Goddard Betty Hickman Doris Hippie Emmy Lou Hoog Miriam Howells Marian Huey Elaine Johnson Martha McKissick Marte Meeks Marilyn Peck Florence Ralston Dorothy Smith Ruth Strangeway Joyce Trelaven Maxine Trotter Helen White ALTO Elinor Allen Noreen Asp Jeanne Black Joyce Carlson Mary Clark Carol Conlin Joan Davis Laura Fuhr Myrle Gerkin Delana Hendel Lucile Hill Gwen Keating Dorothy Kern Anne Kniss Marie Kovarik Aon Lytle Carol McBride Norma Milward Helen Moore Gloria Muncy Marjorie Owen Martha Oyler Janet Payne Roylene Peterson Grace Quon Genevieve Reed Elizabeth Routsong Glendora Shaver Theo Stass Vide Stewart Helen Terranova TENORS Roger Armstrong William Bigger Don Bowman Walter Forsythe Percy Lipes Roger McCaig Harlow Miller Merle Milligan Robert Oswald Thoburn Patton Wilbur Shebeck Don Woodruff BASS David Gliesman Henry Hatch David Hershberger Floyd Hershberger Glenn Hunsaker Don Huston Delbert Icenogle James Jirak Walter Lyman John Mains Ralph Marshall Don McKinlev Paul Miller Dale Milligan Don Ralston Jack Roesch Don Schroeder George Trotter [96] Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 E. Hoog, L. DuBois, J. Cliatten, G. Quon, G. Shaver. R. McCaig, J. Curtiss, D. Hippie, D. Sutton, M. Owen, D. Huston. J. Roeseh, D. Phelps, Mr. Hamilton, D. Icenogle, D. McKinley. UkapeL ulioir The old familiar strains of hymns resound as the now vacant chapel stands empty, waiting for a new chapel audience to fill its seats. The choir brought many new hymns into the chapel services this year, and hope to bring many more representative ones of all churches. The choir is under the direction of Mr. Hamilton, the Art department head. [97 1 Row 1 : L. Gabriel, C. Meek, D. Hippie, H. Hofstctter. Raw 2: T. Stnss, V. Knauss, Mr. Owen, G. Cutler, P. Hofstetter. Sterna Umicron Jnu Here are the people that go to the library to really study. These are the people who have made friends with their textbooks. It can ' t all be drag because you just can ' t have a drag with that many professors at the same time. They don ' t dangle the golden key, but it is only because Monmouth doesn ' t have Phi Beta Kappa keys to dangle. Gaze upon this boy and these girls, students, because they are the golden stars in the scholastic galaxy of our campus. OFFICERS President Charlotte Meek Vice-President Laila Gabriel Secretary-Treasurer.... Vivian Knauss Sponsor Dr. Owen Gale Cutler Helen Hofstetter Charlotte Sharp Doris Hippie Patricia Hofstetter Theo Stass [98 1 Row 1: P. Mann, H. Moore, A. Meier, M. McKissick, J. Carlson, S. Dunlap, J. Dykhuizen, B. Ohlinger, L. Smith, M. Howells. Row 2: M. Gauss, S. Coen, D. Colvin, M. Rinker, D. Hippie, M. Clark, A. Meier, J. Ericson, P. Huxley, H. Dykhuizen. Row 3: R, Acheson, G. Hunsaker, W. Scott, W. Butler, D, Milligan, R. Howard, M. Clark, M. Gantner, M. Hofstetter, F. Ralston. Row 4: J. Hutchison, F. Hershberger, H. Kurtz, M. Milligan, Mr. Finley, R. Marshall, D. Icenogle, D. Phelps, M. Orr, W. Kuntz, R. Cooper, R. Leiper, C. Robinson, P. Lauritsen, A. DeVitalis, L. McMicken, M. Peck. Dennis Ulub The Icthus Club, the Christian Life Service Club of Monmouth, has been unusually active this year. In addition to the monthly devo- tional meetings, the members have worked with the ministers of four Monmouth churches in forming youth clubs. " A real Christian is a working Christian. " " The road to heaven follows the path of service. " President Shirley Dunlap Vice-President Myrle Gerkin Secretary-Treasurer... Doris Colvin ACTIVE MEMBERS Shirley Dunlap Audrey Meier Walter Scott Glenn Hunsaker Harry Van Fleet Jane Vanstone Merle Milligan Floyd Hershberger Polly Huxley Bill Butler Ralph Marshall Joyce Carlson Delbert Icenogle Harold Kurtz Jane Dykhuizen Dale Milligan Marilyn Peck Sponsor — Mr. Finley The fellowship members of the Icthus Club which are not named here but which are shown in the above picture are interested in furthering the cause of Christian service whatever may be their profession. [99] Row 1 : W. Harvey, P. K.ilcr, ]. Chatton, |. Apgar, R. Anderson. Row 2: C. Heisler, W. Petrie, L. Clark, E. Nicolaides, F. Hanna, R. Leiper. Row 3: D. Johnson, V. Lesch, G. Lauterbach, R. Siegle, B. Bloom, W. Kinney. (yamera LyLub An excellent idea found its way into the head of Bob Anderson early in the second semester and resulted in the forming of a very promising organization on the campus. The membership of the new Camera Club is not overwhelming, but the enthusiasm of the group is. By sheer labor they transformed a barren basement room in the Fine Arts building into a dark room of which any member can be proud. OFFICERS President Bob Anderson Secretary Joan Apgar Treasurer Bill Harvey Dark Room Technician __ _ Bob Leiper Adviser.. __ _ Dr. Ralston Ruth Acheson Chuck Jenkins Shirley Matson Dick Barnard Dick Johnson Ernie Nicolaides Bill Blonn Pat Kaler Dave Peterson Joyce Chatten Harry Kason Bill Petrie Laurence Clark Wayne Kinney Eddie Sachs Helen Dykhuizen Art Lauer Roy Siegel George Hanna George Lauterback Anne Welch Chuck Heisler Warren Lesch r ioo i Row 1: D. Bowman, D. Davis, P. Kalcr, H. Hatch, Mr. Theissen. Row 2: I. Webster, H. Davis, I. Cattron, S. Whitman, M. Vittori. Row 3: R. Kupel, E. Sachs, W. Lesch, E. Nicolaides, R. Garabrant. Jvlfle Cylub This year the Monmouth College Rifle Club resumed its schedule with much fervor. Dr. Thiessen ' s group may be found down in the indoor track aiming for those perfect bullseyes. The object of this club is to provide all those interested in sharpshooting with practice and to receive instruction under the sponsorship of the National Rifle Associa- tion. This season the club was victorious over Knox College four times and carried on matches by mail with various college and university teams over the country. OFFICERS President Lewis Robinson Coaches G. W. Thiessen, Miss Huston [101] Row 1 : G. Matson, J. Curtiss, G. Holland, V. Wyatt, L. DuBois, M. Elmore, M. McKissick. Row 2: B. Kaeppel, M. Stewart, M. Bell, H. White, M. Neilson, J. Brown, A. Kniss. Row 3: B. Streedain, C. Robinson, H. Moore, H. Hofstetter, V. Van Zeltz, M. McFarland, P. Hofstetter. Row 4: G. Keating, D. Hippie, D. Milligan, H. Kurtz, L. Vidal. Urimson Jnt asque Curtain going up! And so the curtain has gone up on another successful season of Masque productions. The season was packed full of exciting drama, delightful comedies and plays comparable to the Broad- way productions. The season was truly a bang-up success; hats off to the members of Crimson Masque! OFFICERS President __ Virginia Wyatt Vice-President Mary F. Lister Secretary -- Gloria Holland Program Chairman.— Gloria Matson Publicity Chairman —Jeanne Blaylock Head Usher Art Lauer [102] G. Matson, J. Curtiss, S. Riley, V. Wyatt, J. Blaylock, G. Holland. CJXahioYial Ljolleqiate 1 L ecjt lai en National Collegiate Players is an honorary dramatic fraternity which encourages participation in dramatic performances, play writing, and the study of all phases of drama. The old members, Miss Ruth Williams, Gloria Matson, and Stewart Riley, took part in the initiation ceremony of April 3, at which time seven new members were taken in. MEMBERS Gloria Matson Stewart Riley Jeanne Blaylock Jo Curtis Miss Williams (Advisor) Dolores Dellinger Doris Hippie Gloria Holland Mary Francis Lister Virginia Wyatt [103 1 Row 1: Da Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Row 5: Row 6: Pri J. Ramsey, B. Faverty, H. Davis, J. Busby, G. Holland, B. Lamb, C. Barron, M. lielson. R. Peterson, N. Asp, J. Heath, B. Davis, S. Coen, P. Tolomeo, E. Fulljames. F. Ferson, M. Langford, B. Burns, L. Vidal, M. Pilchard, D. Jelinek. S. Merion, R. Enloe, A. Lytle, M. Huey, J. Bakker, M. McFarland, M. Dahlbo. L. Gabriel, P. Lain, M. Gerkin, J. Sedik, L. Simmons, M. Sjoholm, J, Carlson. D. Frandsen, J. Weakly, M. Vittori, M. Wilkins, L. Aim, B. Smith, B. Whitcman, J. :e, T. Stass. or. of. of. This year ' s activities of the W.A.A. began with the annual 6:30 a.m. breakfast followed by the customary hike to the park. Since then the activities have been many and varied. There was ATAS which turned out to be " South America, Take It Away, " the theme of the annual water pageant staged by " Bobby " Faverty and Jane Ramsey. Soon after, a luncheon was held in honor of all the ATAS mermaids. Then there was the Beloit Play Day, the Knox Bowling Tourney and the Millikin Tennis Tourney. President Joyce Busby Vice-President Vivian Knauss Secretary Gloria Holland Treasurer Helen Davis Lynn Arado Corrine Barron " Bobby " Faverty June Brown Burneta Burns Evelyn Capp Inez Cattron Sibyl Coen Margaret Dahlbo " Skookie " Danielson Betty Davis Margaret Elmore Roberta Enloe Janet Findley Elaine Fulljames Laila Gabriel Myrle Gerkin Dorothy Goddard Marilyn Hofstetter " C. J. " Ingram Delores Jelinek Pat Kaler " Jo " Kilpatrick Barbara Lamb Anita Madden Terry Martin Mary Jo McFarland Sue Milow Marygail Neilson " Muffy " Pilchard Jane Ramsey Norma Richards Cathy Robinson Betty Smith Teddy Stass Lois Staudenbaur Dorothy Stewart Prudence Tolomeo " Vi " Van Zelst Laura Vidal Margaret Vittori " Bobby " Whiteman Molly Wilkens Mary M. Wilkin [104] Row 1: H. White, N. Turnbull, S. Wallace, A. Edwards, H. Terranova, H. Davis. Row 2: M. Pilchard, M. Danielson, L. Arado, G. Holland, R. Enloe, J. Busby. 1 ep (ylul? The Pep Club is an organization formed for the purpose of creating a stronger feeling of school spirit among the members of the student body. Membership in the organization is determined by vote and limited to twenty-five. When new members are chosen they are tapped in chapel and allowed from then on to wear the red sweater bearing the college seal which denotes membership. OFFICERS President — ___ Gloria Holland Secretary-Treasurer ... Lynn Arado Lynn Arado Joyce Busby Marion Danielson Helen Davis Alice Edwards Roberta Enloe Jeane Ferguson Gloria Holland Mary Gail Nielson Margaret Pilchard Betty Smith Lois Staudenbauer Helene Terranova Nancy Turnbull Sally Wallace Helen White [105} Row 1 : J. Weckerly, D. Armstrong, D. Mings, G. Trotter, B. Worley, M. Reid, R. White. Row 2: R. Talkin, P. Petherbridge, D. Eckhoff, B. Turner, S. Jackson, B. Davis, J. Lawson, J. Torrence. Row 3: J. Leary, E. Vance, D. McGaughey, H. Van Fleet, D. Beck, H. Kurtz, T. Hearn, K. Hulslander. Row 4: B. Wickstrom, J. Campbell, J. Tarkington, T. Johnson, R. Cooper, R. Siegel, P. Mcllvain, E. Murry, F. Sawyer. " ji- eu The " M " Club is an organization of the lettermen of the Monmouth College athletic teams. This year the " M " Club has sponsored a carnival and many other benefit functions such as benefit games, to raise the necessary funds for the new stadium that will be erected in the near future. Now that the club has reached its full status on the campus, many activities can be looked for from this organization. [106] Ofctivities [108] Pole Scrap The annual Pole Scrap was held on campus again this year with the traditional trimmings of mud and water. The Freshies lost by a mere stroke of hard luck and the Sopho- mores showed their strength in keep- ing the pole free of Freshman caps. Choir Trip [109] . C-: , fl» 171 ( joalkouk The Y.W.C.A. sponsored the traditional Monmouth College walkout late in the Fall. The new students were at somewhat of a loss to find themselves being dragged through the city jail, the theaters and most of the college dormitories. Giddy conversation from the upper-classman was to be encountered at each change of partners. The evening ended with a huge bonfire at the rear of Alice Winbigler Hall, followed by cheers led by the pep club and songs led by Gracie Peterson. By the end of the affair everybody felt like sleeping for days while classes con- tinued the following morning, bright and early at 7:45! [110] mecoYYiincj 3rd Prize House Theta-Chi [HI] LjanaLeiLCjkt Service On the last Sunday before Christmas vacation, the annual candlelight services were hel d. One at the Second United Presbyterian Church featured carols representative of different countries. The very impressive service was under the direction of Gracie Peterson. At the First Presbyterian Church the worship service was carried out with a special candlelight service and a trumpet trio playing carols from the tower. The service was under the direction of Mrs. Lynn Turner. [112] Jylesuah " For the first time in the last five years, Handel ' s " Messiah " was presented at the chapel, under the direction of Mr. Glenn Shaver. The huge chorus was formed of one hundred and ninety students supplemented by residents of Monmouth. The soloists included Marian Austin, Louise DuBois, Emmy Lou Hoog, Maxine Trotter, Mrs. Lucille Hill, Glendora Shaver, Merle Milligan, Dale Milligan, Bill Morse, and Jack Roesch. The college orchestra was under the direction of Mr. Loya and Mr. Shaver, with Miss Riggs at the piano and Dorothy Eyler at the organ. [1131 C lli IS - LS it. " This-Is-It, " Gracie Peterson ' s annual production, was presented to a packed audience April 25th and 26th at the Rivoli Theater. This bigger and better show than ever included a cast of forty students. New stage sets and new costumes were lush with a background of beautiful lighting. The show featured a Chinese number, The Singing Strings, and a base of those Cole Porter favorites. The main feature was the crowning of the College Queen, Margaret Rowley. [114] QUEEN KING The all-school dance was held April 18th in the gaily decorated gym. The Sophomore class sponsored the af- fair and the all-school king and queen were crowned at the intermission. The queen, Ruth Margaret Rowley, is from Seaton, Illinois, and the king, Donn E. Johnson, is from Aurora, Illinois. Other members of the court in- cluded Joan Hutchison, Monmouth; Joe Eavey, Xenia, Ohio; Maxine Trotter, Huntington, California; George Trotter, Coal City, Illinois; Cherry Lauder, Monmouth; J. R. Worley, Raritan; Mary Francis Lister, Monmouth; and Dean Peterson, Berwyn. [115] Water Carnival Pi Kappa Delta ' Death Takes A Holiday ' - ' ' , •• 9 if j I ' ■ i ' ' [116] m If S I IJL.I [117] 118 ] [1191 [120] [121] [122] PHYSICIANS ' DIRECTORY CHARLES P. BLAIR. M.D. Office Corner South First Street and Broadway Telephones Office: 102 Residence: 845 E. A. FETHERSTON. M.D. EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Room 303, Medica Arts B uilding Telephones Offi :e: 206 Residence: 2026 F. c. WINTERS, M.D. EYE, EAR , NOSE and THROAT Room 401 , Medica Arts Building Telephones Office: S71 Residence: 2871 OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS JOE T. THORNBURG OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Rooms 306-307 Medical Arts Building Telephones Office: 500 Residence: 241 JAMES D. DEVLIN. D.O. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Rooms 405-406, Medical Arts Building Telephones Office: 29 Residence: 2029 [123] DENTISTS ' DIRECTORY HUBERT W. STOTT. D.D.S. Office 211 ■ z East Broadway Telephones Office: 223 5 Residence: 15 57 L. H. SHAFFER. Office D.D.S. Second National Bank Building Telephone Office: 88 5 C. E. LAUDER. D.D.S. 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WHITE HOUSE DAIRIES COMPANY WHITE HOUSE DAIRY PRODUCTS " THE PUREST KIND " Telephone 792 318 South Main Street Mcnmouth, Illinois KNEPP s LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR 104 Main St. Phone 634 B. K. DINER CHICKEN STEAKS SANDWICHES FROSTED MALTS Hours: Week-days— 4 P.M.-l A.M. Sund ays— 4 P.M.-l 2 P.M. Closed All Day Monday f 128 1 J. C. PENNEY COMPANY South Main St. DRY CLEANERS CUDD ' s 106 East Broadway Monmouth, 111. McCULLOUGH LUMBER AND COAL CO. Headquarters For BUILDING MATERIAL and COAL 101 E. Fourth Ave. Phone 56 Monmouth, Illinois GLENN E. WILSON JEWELER INVITE YOUR FRIEND TO STAY AT THE COLONIAL HOTEL 208 East Broadway Telephone 265 Quality Shoe Repairing Lasts Longer Try Us For Quick, Courteous Service ROBERTS QUALITY SHOE SHOP [129] MAKE SURE OF A GOOD PAINT JOB For over Fifty Years we have furnished Monmouth with Quality Paints and Workmanship. We are proud of our Record and Grateful for the Patronage given us. Moore and DuPoNT Imperial PAINTS WALL PAPERS WOODWARD ' S 108 East Broadway Monmouth, Illinois They ' ll Treat You White THE BEST FURNITURE FOR THE BEST HOMES Wkitek FOR FINE FURNITURE r 130 1 A STRONG, PROGRESSIVE INSTITUTION ILLINOIS BANKERS LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY Monmouth, Illinois FINANCIAL STATEMENT December 31, 1946 Assets U. S. Government Securities Other Bonds — Railroad $1,226,170.58 $16,637,655.34 2.296,440.24 2,022,146.43 2,689.521.00 659.432.20 419,549.72 4,235,013.43 631,325.43 443,959.71 106,522.83 Liabilities Policy Reserves — To meet policy obli- gations as they become due by death, maturity or disability Claims Due and Unpaid Reserve for Death and Disability Claims — Upon which proofs have not been completed Reserve for Claims — Upon which Notice of Death or Disability had not been received on December 31 Present Value of Installment Claims Trust Funds — Association Policies Policyholders ' Funds — Dividends and Savings left on Deposit $1,081,936.84 Dividends due and Declared 47,126.36 Premiums and Interest, Paid in Advance 141,798.51 Survivorship Funds Reserve for Taxes Miscellaneous Liabilities Contingency Reserve for Fluctuations $23,155,051.14 Public Utility 444,925.87 State and Municipal.. 595,943.79 Industrial and Miscellaneous 29,400.00 Cash First Mortgage Loans — Farms 797,836.53 City Properties 1.891,684.47 Real Estate- Farms 327,146.30 204,030.87 54.039.80 208.836.54 2,305.903.49 Real Estate Sold Under Contract — Farms 191.238.50 City Properties 228,311.22 Policy Loans and Interest — 23,011.58 98,681.57 165,293.75 300,000.00 Stocks — Preferred and Common Premiums — Total Policy Reserves and Liabilities CAPITAL 200,000.00 $27,785,710.45 SURPLUS .... 2.155,855.88 Interest and Rents — Due and Accrued and Other Assets Surplus to Protect Policyholders TOTAL 2,355,855.88 TOTAL $30,141,566.33 $30,141,566.33 Life Insurance In Force . $116,942,361.00 Increase of Life Insurance in Force in 1946 . . . $5,502,249.00 Payments to Policyholders and Beneficiaries in 1946 . $2,367,457.00 LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH HOSPITALIZATION [131] Maple Gily DAIRY pasteurized 110-112 South A Street Dairy Telephone 60 Products WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE FINE FOOTWEAR AT BOWMAN BROTHERS S. 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