Morningside College - Sioux Yearbook (Sioux City, IA)

 - Class of 1950

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ROADMAN DEAN THOMAS TWEITO Dean of College Professor of History St. Olaf College University of Minnesota University of Iowa University of Chicago DEAN MYRON GRABER Dean of Men Professor of Physics Heidelberg College University of Iowa University of Michigan Columbia University Ohio State University University of Chicago DEAN ALVA TOLF Dean of Women Associate Proiessor of Health and Physical Education Coe College University of Chicago MR. Clark MR. CLAYTON MR, I-IARTMAN Director of Admissions Vocaiional Appraiser Assistant Director of Admissions MRS- KINGSBURY MR. OLSEN MR. WEISENSEE All-lmfli SSCTQWTY Business Manager Vocational Appraiser ss.:- MR. ALLEN Assistant Professor of Physical Education Head Football Coach Michigan State Normal Alma College Marquette University Princeton University University of Michigan MR. ASHBY Professor of Livestock Marketing University of Nebraska Nebraska Wesleyan University of Minnesota University ot Illinois , MR. BAUER Professor of Sociology Iowa Wesleyan Northwestern Drake University University of Iowa MR. BLACK Professor of Chemistry Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College University of Wisconsin Cornell University -17- MISS BERGH Supervisor of Practice Teaching-East Iu nior High School University of Iowa Columbia University MISS BOOZ Assistant in Womerfs Physical Education Morningside College MR. BOWMAN Associate Professor of History Augustana College University of Nebraska University oi Iowa University of Omaha MISS BOWNE Director of Womens Physical Education Coe College University of Wisconsin University of Iowa t i 4 H n . n Z' 1 kit -1 t t r MRS. BOYD Assistant Professor of Spanish University of Iowa University of Mexico MR. BUCKINGHAM Director of Athletics Morningside College Stanford University MR. BURKS Associate Professor of English University of Arkansas Duke University Columbia University University of Iowa 0 MR. BURHIS Librarian Instructor in Library Science Otterbein College Bonebrake Theological Seminary University of Chicago -18- MR. BUSHYAGER Professor of Mathematics Allepheny College Pennsylvania State College University ox Michigan MR. CASTLE Professor of English University of Illinois Northwestern University University ol Michigan MR. DROULLARD . Assistant Professor of Mathematics Luhuque University University oi Wisconsin MR. RUSSELL EIDSMOE Professor oi Educatior' Yrmkton College University ot Minnesota University of Chicago MR. GWINN Registrar and Assistant Professor of Physics Momingside College University of Iowa University of Minnesota MR. HAWTHORN Instructor in Sociology Iowa State College University of Wisconsin MR. FLOWERS 'I Associate Professor of Speech North Texas State Colle 'e Q University of Louisiana MISS GRAMMER Assistant Professor and Head of School Music University of Nebraska Northwestern University -19- MR. KUCINSKI I-lead oi Violin and Orchestra Morningside College The Cleveland Institute of Music Iulliard School oi Music MRS. KUCINSKI Instructor in Pianoiorte Morningside College Eastman School of Music Chicago Musical School The Cleveland Institute oi Music lulliard School ot, Music MR. ROY LANGLEY Assistant Professor in Art Chicago Art Institute MISS LLOYD Associate Professor of Romance Languages Northwestem University University of Paris University oi Grenoble University of Rome University of Florence in Italy University oi Freiburg in Germany MR. LOWRY Instructor in Wood-Wind Instruments Morningside College South Dakota University MRS. MacCOLLIN Instructor in Voice Oberlin Conservatory of Music Morningside College MR. MacCOLl..IN Director of Conservatory of Music Professor of Voice Oberlin Conservatory of Music Chautauqua Summer School of Music Morningside College George Peabody College for Teachers MR, McGPtEW Assistant Professor in Speech and Debate University of Minnesota Mankato Teachers College MR. MALIET Assistant Professor ot Business Administration Iowa State College Q20- 4 sq. " ' '.f ,. wr-Zafy ,cy x: S , .,, .. MR. MELOY Instructor in Chemistry and Biology Morningside College MRS. MALLOY Instructor in Drafting Iowa State Teachers College Immaculate Conception Academy Chicago Academy of Fine Arts MISS MATHER Assistant Professor of English, Boston University MISS McNEE Associate Professor ox Elementary Education Upper Iowa University University of Chicago University ot Minnesota -21-. MR. MILLER Professor oi Economics Illinois Wesleyan University University of Chicago Garrett Bible Institute Harvard University Central College George Peabody College for Teachers University of Tennessee New York University MISS MILLS Professor of English Morningside College University of Chicago University of Michigan University of Southern California MR. MORRISON Associate Professor in Music Theory Michigan State College Eastrnan School of Music MISS MURRAY Associate Professor of History Momingside College University of Illinois Columbia University Washington University MR. NYDEGGER Assistant Professor oi Biology Iowa State University University of Nebraska State University of Southern California REV. ORANGE Lecturer in Sociology Columbia University Princeton Theological Seminary MR. PRITULA lnstructor of Physical Education University of Michigan MR. REISTRUP Head of Picxnoiorte Department Morningside College University ol Wisconsin Chicago Musical College MR. ROBERTS Professor of Physchology University oi Rochester Teachers College Northwestern University Newton Theological Institute Yale University MR. SAUNDERS Professor of Bible and Religion Northwestern University Duke University .221 ,Ht , . , p. IIQ ..,z,n- kk' MR. STIENTIES Director of Evening Division Associate Professor of Chemistry Iowa State College South Dakota University University of Minnesota MR. SEMANS Professor of Biology Ohio University MR. EMORY STEWART Instructor in Voice Morningside College MISS GRACE SMITH Instnictor in Art University of Iowa University of South Dakota MR. STERLING STEWART Instructor in Physics Momingside College MISS RUBY SMITH Professor of Home Economics Illinois State Normal ' , University University of Iowa MISS SWEET Instructor in Pianoforte Morningside College Eastman School of Music Northwestern University -z3- I MISS TAYLOR Assistant Professor in Secretarial Science Central Missouri State College University of Colorado University of California University of Missouri MR. WALSH Associate Professor of Philosophy Mount Allison University Boston University Harvard University University of London MISS WOODFORD Associate Professor in Piano forte and History oi Music Morningside College American Conservatory oi Music University oi Michigan ACTIVITIES at Q- FRESHMAN This year's exploitation between phornores follow the Freshmen and So ed the usual trend, the Sophomores were the victors. Th were somewhat curtailed due to the weather, but the comm Club members and led by Red Norris did a good job with the raw material at their disposal. The overall superiority of the sophomores was in evidence although scores were not. e day's events ittee comprising SOPHOMORE DAY The day's activities got under way with a boxing basketball game for men held in the qym, and for the women there was a peanut race and a basket- ball game. After the hapless freshmen had been duly paddled and painted, the barbaric horde descended upon Bass Field, either to witness or to participate in the Cane Rush. The very eventful day was cli- maxed by a dance at the Lillian E. Dimmitt Hall. Nt :f-,L fl Il NEW ACOUAINTANCES BIG and LITTLE SISTER TEA The annual Big and Little Sister Tea was held in the drawing room at Lillian E. Dimmitt Hall This affair is sponsored by Agora and is held every fall for the purpose of introducing new students to the upperclassmen. Before the school year commences, all the returning girls are assigned a "little sister" from the group of incoming girls. It is the duty of the "big sister" to acquaint her little sister with the traditions and customs of Morningside. MISS MILLS POURING 1. . r, X 1' 1, ' ' Ag? x .fx Q1 q W--,,, .-R-V f . 1 nf, '-" gf iff: fF"'ffi 1 1'-:. '1i?.,-g-,-ffrrxfn... - ,Q 4 5 ' ' Q "-.f..g"R'+4'i:f -,fx ' 1 V I 4- , .f N if .. 1. -., 1' .wx ,grf -1- , 4, ,--.-LM X . 32'-'KF' V ' xl , 4 . H, V -4 pc- ' . ' ' -.J5 wp, --.Q 4, W.: ,im ' . - A ' X AV. W ,jf 'Ng " x w , -4, v . ., . , H' ' 1 ' 'N wx -Aj-, 'x 'F' Q ' ' ' r - L ' 4 ' ' 7 - .fy J ' W Mu ,H , . ,A . ,f , x ,, ...Q Wm - ' !."J , . it '- . W... H551-. '- ,T f Q 'S-'g.i!.v ' -- r-- gf'.f'f.--- A. P' 9 ' 4' ,N 6' -lf, m".' rx ' -' I v Home ommg HOMECOMING All of Sioux City felt the impact of the events of Morningside's Homecom- ing Week End. The campus was bubbl- ing with enthusiasm. The strains of the Alma Mater brought back mem- ories to the returning graduates and former students. The annual parade through the downtown streets ot the city was a marvelous spectacle. The prize win- ning floats Were Alpha Tau Delta, first: Gamma Iota Alpha, second, and -Phil Mu Alpha, third. 1:-ri. -- - I v v EVENTS The Greek organizations of the campus entertained their alumni at luncheons and also held open house before the football game. The Maroons trounced the Bison from North Dakota State to make this year's Homecoming a qlorious one. The holiday was started by the dance held at Alumni Gymnasium. Coronation of the queen, Marjorie Wal- ton, took place at intermission and, to- gether with her royalty, she reigned over all events of the entire week-end. Anne Madison, Attendant Charles Wallace, Escort Iayne Marie Soiseth, Attendant Robert Fritz, Escort -32.. Zell. Scott, Attendant Keith Fitzpatrick, Escort s ' - e 1 'w 0 I v ,al Her Majesty Marjorie Walton and Escort Floyd Lindgren G. I. A. Bull Session with Mr. Walton e Federal Council of Churches ond th ' e United Student Chris- ticzn Council ' , provided four leaders for the eventful week. iq! L United Christian Movement Leaders p p n r ull' an . -'Ill ' 1,, M d' tt Bob Hamill e lm on cmd G Psych class -34- - RELIGION IN The Religion-In-Life-Week hit ct new high this year. The college was host to ci University Christicm Mission from New York. The Mission, spon- sored by th lim Stoner Discussion Group LIFE WEEK The four guest leaders who were present on the campus during this week were Iames L. Stoner of New York City, director of the Mission: Mrs. Anna M. Mowe of Chicago, faculty member of Bethany Biblical Institute in Chicago: Iohn W. Walton of Cham- paign, Ill., director of veterans affairs at the University of Illinois YMCA: and Robert H. Hamill, pastor of the Grace Methodist church at Burlington, Iowa. Sunday Retreat Personal Conference FGCUHY Luncheon Tix - FACULTY RECEPTION This is a major event of the year that the faculty mem- bers sponsor. It is held primarily to help acquaint the students and the faculty in an atmosphere less formal than found in the classroom. Refreshments and dinner music added in mak- ing the reception a casual and enjoyable party. Agora lfcadcrslzgv Dinner Mrs. Alice Hall Dczwson, 1949 Woman of Lecxdershlp Aqora Board ond Honored Guests .37- Our Party Zzculfy Hhrisfmas Party -33- Dorm Ehrisfmas Party P. Burton, C. Hutch, C. Reid, and L. Hollcmd. Morningside Cfallegs ,Mfzjmfffcs Back row: Angie Sarris. Elaine Jones, Pal McBurney, Eileen Oxley. Front row: Bonnie Shcraeder, Iody Share, LaDonna Rispalje, Georgia Pappas Mo ning ide Kvllege Cfhecrlmdcrs hx. , x . 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ROBERT BAILEY Maplelon, Iowa A. 2, 3, 4. WILMA BOZARTH Palos Park, Illinois Ishkoodah 1: Agora 1, 2, 3, 4: KappaZeta Chi I, 2, 3, 4: Social Chairman 2, Corres. Secy 3, Usher 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4: W.S.G.A. 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3: F.T.A. 3, 4: House Staff Coun- selor 3, 4: S.C.A. 4: Senior Editor of Sioux 4. I I I ELIZABETH BECKMAN Albion, Nebraska lshkoodah 1: Agora l, 2, 3, 4, 2nd Vice Pres. 4: Chapel Choir 1, Z, 3: Chapel Organist 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, Librarian 1, 2: Sioux City Symphony lg Alpha Sigma I, 2, 3, 4. Pianist Z, 3, 4: Mu Phi l, 2, 3. 4, Secy 2, Pres. 3, 4: W,S.G.A. 2, 4, Secy 2, Pres. 4: Religious Life Committee 3: Lutheran Students Association 4: Collegian Reporter Music Editor 4: Who's Who 4. t BILLY BENNETT Sioux City, Iowa Phi Sig 3, 4. V i It, ROBERT BLEVINS Rock Rapids, Iowa ARTHUR BRIDGETT Sioux City, Iowa F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Phi Gamma Mu 3, 4. CHARLES EDWIN BRANCH Sioux City Alpha Tau Delta 2, 3, 4. CLAYTON BRISTOW Sioux City, Iowa Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: All Conference 4, Captain 4, Most Valuable Player 4: M Club l, 2, 3, 4: Papoose 1.2, 3, 4: Alpha Tau Delta l, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE BERKSTRESSER Sioux City, Iowa ' Grace Collegians 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Pa- poose I, Z, 3, 4: Moming- side Players l, 2: Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4: Y.M.C.A. 2, 3: Chemistry 3, 4, V. Pres. 4: Tri Beta 3, 4, Pres. 4: S.C.A. 4: W.S.S.F. 4: I.M.S.M. 4, Pro- motion Chairman 4. , .,-" .4 BARBARA BREWER Early, Iowa lshkoodah 1: Agora 1, 2 3, 4: Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3 Mu Phi Epsilon l, 2, 3, Sec. 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. l, 2, Grace Collegians 1, 2: Vesper Choir 1, 2: Sym phony Orchestra 1, 2, 3 4: Papoose Club l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2: 4: Treas. 2, Vice Pres. 4: 4 fs- , BASIL D. BROCK Battle Creek, Iowa Baseball 1, 2, 3, 47 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 47 M Club l, 2, 3, 47 F.T.A. 4. l , M' JANE CANNON Downers Grove, Illinois Stephens College 1, 2, Home Economics Club 4, S.C.A. 4. .,Q,..- EDWARD C. BROWN Rockville Centre, N. Y. Rensselaer Polytechnic In- stitute I: Kappa Chi 2, 3, 45 S.C.A. 4: l.V.C,F. 4: Collegian R e p o r te r 4: W.S.S.F. 47 Religious Life Committee 4. Qi FRANK WILLIAM BRUNING Sioux City, Iowa Gamma Iota Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4: Student Council 3, 4, Beta Beta Beta 3, 4, Pres. 4: Intra- Mural Bowling 4, Who's Who 4. CHARLES CALLAI-IAN Sioux City, Iowa Football l, 2, 3, 47 Co-Cap- tain 3, All Conference 45 Most Valuable in Confer- ence 4p Little All Ameri- can 4. ,641 I GEORGE BRUMBAUGI-I Sioux Falls, S. ll Phi Mu 3. 4: Choir 3, Drum Major 4. gi ROGER LEE BURGESS Storm Lake, Iowa Band 1, 2, Grace Colleg- ians I, 2g Manuscript 1,25 Gamma Iota Alpha lg YMCA l, 2, Collegian Re- porter 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 3, Editor 45 Student Council 2, 35 Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4: Who's Who 4: Pres. National English Fraterni- ty 4, Pres, Phi Sigma 3. ' -f Arm I ff. -E it ,tw Z1 1' :,1 1 ii.,-1'-,v ' -Egg mfg 1.1 g, 1' . CARL L. CARLSEN Laurens, Iowa Kappa Chi I, 2, 3, 4, Mar- shal 2p Grace Collegians I, Z, 3, 4: Vice Pres. lg Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 37 Men's Glee Club I, 25 Collegian Reporter 2, MARY CABBELL Sioux City, Iowa Cosmopolitan Club 3, 4 F.T.A. 3, 4. LES CORNWELL Sioux City, Iowa Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Treas. 4: Choir l, 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus. Manager I, 2, 3: Col- lege Hill Broadcasters, Publicity 3. IOANNE MEREDITI-I CARLSEN Linn Grove, Iowa Ishkoodah I, Publicity Chairman 1: Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, Tres. I, 2: Grace Collegians 1, 2, 3, 4, Pub- licity Chairman lg Agora l, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Chi Z, 3, 4: W.S.G.A. 2: Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4, Pres, 3. 4: Pi Gamma Mu 4 . if H 1 . L Asfx .. V I ,f ' if KEN COX Estherville, Iowa Sioux Staff 2, Collegian Reporter 2, Choir Photog- rapher 2, Zeta Sigma 4, Pi Gamma Mu 4. L55- DELMAR CONYERS Moorhead, Iowa ln. QF IRVING CULVER Asbury Park, New Iersey Monmouth Ir. College I: Gamma Iota Alhpa 2, 3, 4. "9" GRETCI-IEN DOKKEN Linn Grove, Iowa St. Olaf College 1: Home Economics 2, 3, 4, Pres 4: Agora 3, 4: Papoose 3, 4: Alpha Sigma 2, 3, 4, Usher 3, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4:Ya1e-Harvard 2, 3: F.T.A. 3, 4: Inter Sorority Coun- cil 4: Counselor 4, in 1 LEONARD CORKHILL Sioux City, Iowa Gamma Iota Alpha 2, 3, 4: Chaplain 3, 4. MARY LEE DOWNS Wheaton, Illinois Ishookah lg Agora 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheer leader 3: Sioux Staff 3: Collegian Report- er 4: Kappa Pi Alpha 4, Reporter 4. -. . .3-rn - ', L ,g rw.,- -. ...A t ITV! uit- ll- E.. q t Q 71 ,fifics '+ vf-ig--1-1' " -f 1 J 'r . - .1 f F, Q:-I 1 ll has I we .J ' ROBERT ELDREDGE Sioux City, Iowa Alpha Tau Delta 1.2, 3, 47 YMCA 1: F.T.A. 3, 47 Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Pres. 47 Inter-Fratemity Council 37 Director of Intra Murals 37 Collegian Reporter 3, 47 W.S.S.F. Committee 3, 47 Religion in Lite Week Co- Chairncm 47 Man of the Semester 37 Who's Who 4. JAMES EVANS Sioux City, Iowa M . ,,.A- A If 1 - ,5,:::'. , Q :gi II, ' - .lf . J-Q ' ' I I-tiigi, 79, --131 E'Q.Q?ift Iifigfkbf ,fi X' li,-f"AsJ '.i?' ABRAHAM FERRIS Sioux City, Iowa y It I ' ANNE FORTNER Sioux City, Iowa lshkoodah 17 Cosmopoli- tan 17 Kappa Pi Alpha 2, 3, 47 Pi Sigma Iota 3, 4. GERALD FOSS Sioux City, Iowa ..55.. '. .I ., ' 'Q ,K fr it rt X 1 1 GEORGE FAIR Throckmorton, Texas MARY FIDDICK Rockford, Illinois KEITH FITZPATRICK Stevens, S. D. Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3,7 Ishkoo- South Dakota State Col dah 17 Agora 1, 2, 3, 47 lege l: Alpha Tau Delta Vesper Choir 17 Chapel 3, 4, Master at Arms 3 Choir 3, 47 Grace Colleg- Vice Pres. 47 Football ians 2, 3, 47 Religious Life traiuer 47 Basketball Man Committee 37 Kappa Chi aqer 4. 3, 4, Sec. 47 S.C.A. 4. IOHN ROBERT FOXEN Sioux City, Iowa Bob Iones University 27 College Hill Broadcasters 3, 4, Production Manager 3, Coordinator of Broad- casting 47 Phi Mu Alpha 3, 47 Phi Sigma Iota 4. ROBERT GREGORVICH Sioux City, Iowa Football l, 2, 3, 4: Cap- tiain 45 M Club 1. 2, 3, 4. P . Y 1 1 IACK MICHAEL FRISBIE McCook Lake, S. D. Football 1, Alpha Tau Delta 3, 4, Pledge Master 3, Pres. 4. el "'. . J V V' A X. that - ,, , x, . -.Q U .,, -V g .i1lI'fg,A,: "ff m .AL xl V! ll in 'LJ' 'I I A u . Q 1 CHESTER GUINN Ieiierson, S. D. YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 25 Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. Delegate National Convention: United Na- tions Seminar Delegate 2, Collegiate Reporter 2, 37 Religious Life Committee 21 United World Federal- ists 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4, W.S.S.F. 4. MELVIN HAGBERG Sioux City, Iowa ...G 7.. MARY GASSER Sioux City. Iowa lshlcoodah lg Choir 1, 47 Kappa Zeta Chi 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4, F.T.A. 2, Agora l, 2, 3, 4: Inter So- rority Council 4, Student Council, Sorority Repre- sentative 4. HELEN I-IAFFITS Sioux City, Iowua LOUIS HAITZ Sioux City, Iowa in DALE GREEN Sioux City, Iowa Alpha Tau Delta 2, 3, 4: Sigma Pi Sigma 4. EUGENE S. HALEY Sioux City, Iowa Football 11 25 Track lp M Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Alpha Tau Delta 4. BILL HANTSBARGER Washta, Iowa DEAN HARRINGTON Sioux City, Iowa Football l, 2, 3, 4: M Club 2, 3, 4: Alpha Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. Iunlor Class 3. RICHARD HARSTAD Sioux City, Iowa IQ :P V " , P , ll I :" "7s,1f.:'.i5.. 5.355 If V .fm , EDWARD HEMINWAY BERNARD ROBERT RENSLEY Corwlth, Iowa Alpha Tau Delta 4. Sioux City. Iowa Choir l, 2: Drum Major 3: Sioux Staff 35 Collegian Reporter 3, 41 Cosmopoli- tan Club 3, 4, Pres. 4. -6.8- DALE HARRIS Sioux City, Iowa Football 1, 2, 3 4, M Club 2, 3. 4, Pres. 3: Alpha Tqu Delta l, 2, 3, 4, Pledge- master 3. ll I, l It LILLIAN HEDEEN Sioux City, Iowa HAROLD I-IINRICKSEN Clinton, Iowa HELEN ANN HELD Kappa Zeta Chi l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, Usher 3, Sec. 3, Social Chairman 47 P.E. Majors Club 2.3, 45 Agora Camival Queen 3, Agora Iunior Representative 3: Inter Sorority Council 3: W.A.A. 3, 4, Pres. 47 F.T.A. 3, 4, Reporter 4: Agora Pres. 4: Who's Who 4. f 6 MAURICE E. IONES Sioux City, Iowa Gamma Iota Alpha l, 2. 3, 4, Executive Committee 2, Pres. 3, 4, Collegian Reporter 1, 2, 3, 4: Scoop lg Wiqwam 2: Senior Class Secretary 4: F.T.A. 4g Intro-mural Bowling 41 Who's Who 4. J ' . MILDRED HOAR Sioux City, Iowa Ishkoodah lp Y.W.C.A. Ip Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 2: Alpha Sig- ma 1. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, 3, Pres. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: VlcePres. 3: Inter Sorority Council 3, 4, Secretary 3: Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4, Secr. 4, Senior Represen- tative Agora 4: Senior Class Treasurer 4: Pi Gamma Mu 4, Who's Who 4 ANDREW JOHNSON Sioux City, Iowa ROBERT JENSEN Danbury. Iowa -59- HAROLD HOLMES HAROLD IVENER Sioux City. Iowa Sloux City Iowa l-IARRIET IONES Sioux City, Iowa Ishkoodah lg Agora 1, 2 3. 4: Kappa Zeta Chi 2 3. 4, Directress 2, Librar: 1011 3, Pres. 4, crmc 4, Inter-Sorority Council 4: F.T.A. 4: Sioux Staff, Copy Editor 4. CHARLES KAI-IOUN DEAN KAUFFMAN Sioux City, Iowq Ames Iowa I . , m 'AISI-V' ' i,,vl5.,j'g3, 'Z "Q Q.. Y . 1, . , ROGER KOWALKE Sioux City. Iowa Football 3. FORREST MCELMURRAY Sioux City, Iowa Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Tau Delta 3, 4, Master at Arms 4. ROBERT KRUEGER Sioux City, Iowa BRUCE LAMPORT Sioux City, Iowa l-IARRIETT LARKIN St. Paul, Minnesota FRANK LEIB PHILIP LOH Cherokee, Iowa Singapore Malaya THOMAS McKeown Boston, Mass. Bangor Junior College 1: Choir Z, YMCA 2, 3, Rec- reation Chairman 2, Vice Pres. 3, Grace Colleqians 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3: Kappa Chi 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3. 170.- LYLE MCKERCHER Sioux City, Iowa Alpha Tau Delta 3, 4 F.T.A. 3, Pre Engineers 3 Sigma Pi Sigma ROBERT MARTIN Milford, Utah Dixie College 1, 2. ANNE MADISON Sioux Falls, S. D. lshkoodah Ig Agora 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Vice Pres. 47 Student Council l, 3, Freshman Repr. 1, Fresh- man Director 3p Alpha Sigma I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Chaplain 3, 4: W.S.G.A. lp Papoose Club l, 2, 3, 4, Grace Collegians lg Kap- pa Chi 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3: Re- ligious Liie Com., Sec. 35 S.C.A., Pres. 45 Attendant to Homecoming Queen 4, Who's Who 4. GLENNA MARTZ Sioux Clty, Iowa Ishkoodah lg Vesper Choir I 2, YMCA 1, 3: Madrigal Club 1: Alpha Sigma 1,2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Sec. 3: College Hill Broadcasters 3, 4, Mominqside Play- 25.3- 2. 3- - . . . Y ' A' . 1 ....,.. .,,. fw.4'iRl ' L .41 1 Q.:- 1.a1,g:Ha1 'fiat 1 :-, - -. Erik-Zflil : .il .lf fl' I '5"?. 'Fi l,'g3-xl,-'I ., l, - f ': 'r will . xiqgilv V . -- 4, ' ROBERT MEYER Galva, Iowa LES MADSEN Sioux City, Iowa Phi Sigma 3, 4. KSA' '51-'I IIM MATHERS Sioux City, Iowa Phi Sigma 3, 4 RALPH MEYERDIRK Milford, Iowa Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Choir 1, 2, 3: Pi Mu Alpha - 3, 4, Warden 3, Pres. 4. -' ' JAMES MARKSBURY Sioux City, Iowa Gamma Iota Alpha 2, 3, 4: Pcxrlimentarian 2, Pledge- master 3, 47 F.'I'.A. 4. DON MOLDEN Sioux City, Iowa Golf Team l, 2, 3, 4. 1" IOY MOMSEN Sioux City, Iowa Ishkoodah 1,Agora 1,2,3, 47 Sioux Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Copy Editor 3, Portrait Editor 4, Collegian Report- er 1, 2, 3, Kappa Pl Alpha 2, 3, 4. Sec. 2, Crltlc 2, Chaplain 3, Treas, 37 Pep Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Inter-Sorority Council 3, 4. DONALD G. PRESTON Sioux City, Iowa Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Pres. Freshman Class 17 Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4,P1edge Mas- ter 4g Inter Fraternity Council 4, Vice Pres. 4. HAROLD MONTGOMERY Sioux City, Iowa MU. STAN NEWMAN Sioux City M Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Phi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 Fiitgxg IOSEPH PRESTON Sioux City, Iowa Phi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 47 Treas. 4. IAMES MOODY Sioux City, Iowa College Players 1, 2, 3, 47 College Hill Broadcasters 1. 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 3, 4 ',. . -. I MIL,-Q Wi f - '. 1. - - 'J " A. . jgfftfy C f 'i,--,,, 'fjzidi' -1 L. f, pe, qw, HIE, It 'Ni ' cgi t Ht - , A I .12 - I ,ul LA VERNE NIEGOWSKI Sioux City, Iowa Wayne 1, 25 Iowa State Teachers 3. MELVIN RADMAN Sioux City, Iowa ALOYSIUS NOTHEM Sloutx City, Iowa Gall Fl. Boyer Woodbine, Iowa Y.M.C.A. 1, Men's Glee Club 1: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Sec. to Dean ot Men 1, 2, 37 Chapel Choir 2, Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Sec. 3, Iunlor Guard 3. GERALD SCHIPULL Luvem, Iowa Alpha Tau Delta l, 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL RASMUS Gamer, Iowa Cosmopolitan Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4: Pre Engineers 2, 3, 47 Sigma Phi Sigma 3, 4, Sec. 4, Vice Pres. 4. ' IAMES SADLER Sioux City, Iowa Gamma Iota Alpha l, 2, 3, 4. ZELL SCO'I'I'l Minneapolis, Minn, Morningside Players 2, 3, Kappa Pi Alpha 4: Col- legian Reporter 4: Attend- ent to Sioux Queen 27 At- tendent to Homecoming Queen 4. -73- SCO'I'I"Y REYNOLDS ROBERT ROEMER Sioux City, Iowa Storclen, Minn. Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4. HELEN SCHWARZ Siou-x City, Iowa Pi Gamma Mu 4, Alpha Kappa Beta 4, Marshal 4. U lx" , , -,L ,-, iv CHARLES A. SLOWEY Sioux City, Iowa YMCA lp Student Coun- cil 1, 4, Social Chairman 4, Freshman Class Vice Pres. 1, Biology Club Z, Alpha Tau Delta 2, 3, .4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Inter- Fraterniiy Council Pres. 41 Sigma Pi Sigma 45 Who's Who 4. JOSEPH SHEA Sioux City, Iowa FRANCIS ARDEN SMITH Manning, Iowa Creighton University 1, 2: Choir 3g Band 3: Phi Mu Alpha 3, 4: Sinfonia 3: College Hill Players 4, Chief Engineer Radio Di- vision 4 DAVID STERLING Sioux City, Iowa Marshal 4 ROBERT SMITH Sloan, Iowa BYRON SPEAR Sioux City, Iowa Gamma Iota Alpha l, 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee, 2, 4, Pres. 41 Pre Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4. Pres. 4. I w' N is '. 1 , " --fi - ' eg lm ' 1, U' " +15 1,1 I rE"i'ES f fjrs . 2.--ti? Ax,-14 , .irih 4 'Qu la. .-x , N.- Q I I IERRY STUART Chicago, Illinois Gamma Iota Alpha l,2, 3, 4. Social Chairman 3, House master 4. -74 Z JAYNE MARIE SOISETH Sioux City, Iowa Mu Phi Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, 3, 4, Kappa Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 47 Sym- phony l, 2, 3, 4, Trio l, 21 Trio and Quartet 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Inter-sorority Council Sec. 47 Homecom- ing Queen Attendent 4. RAYMOND H. SPEULDA Sioux City, Iowa Gamma Iota Alpha l,2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 47 F.T.A. 3, 4 Inter-fraternity Council 3, Student Council Treas. 4. ARTHUR SVERSON Hornick, Iowa KENNETH STAHLECKER Winner, S. D. L .?,?7f,-ri-ee-1 . ' ,vi 5. . f' I' " tl' . ' ...Ili rm,-'1.. 51,1 lr l I I It , -I GERALD TARRANT Sioux City, Iowa P I DE ESTAN F. TURNER HAROLD VAN VICKLE Hebron, Illinois Washta. Iowa G. I. A. 1.2, 3, 4. RICHARD WAGGONER Iowa Falls, Iowa Ellsworth College I. Z, Band 3, 4: Choir, Phi Mu Alpha 3. 41 Grace Colleg- ians 3. 4: Kappa Chi 4. -.751 I CHARLES TEEMAN Sioux City. Iowa Gamma Iota Alpha I, 2, 3. 4. DON VREDENBURGI-I Pisgah, Iowa Montana State U. 2, Phi Sigma 3. THEODORE TOWLER Sioux City, Iowa RUTH WAGNER Lake Dalton, Wisconsin Ishkoodah 1, Agora 1, 2, 3, 47 Alpha Sigma 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4: Cosmopolitan Club I, 2, 3 4, Vice President 2, Presi- dent 3. ROBERT WALDRAVEN Sioux City, Iowa CHARLES WALLACE Springfield, South Dakota Choir 1, 2, Band 1, Phi Mu Alpha 1, 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. 1. 3, 47 Kappa Chi, President 4, Who's Who 4. IOI-INNIE H. WILLIAMS Sloan, Iowa Basketball I, 2, 4: Alpha Tau Delta 2, 3. 4: Treasurer 41 M Club 2, 3. 4. N . .gt I MARIORIE WALTON Sioux City, Iowa Cheerleader l, Attendant to May Queen I, Vice President of Freshman Class I, Alpha Tau Delta Sweetheart 2, Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4, Kappa.Zeta Chi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. Vice President 4, F.T.A. 3, 4. W.A.A. Vice President 4, Attendant to Sioux Queen 3, Homecoming Queen 4, Who's Who 4, Student Council Secretary 4. r" ' MARY lQ WEINS Sioux City, Iowa Kappa Zeta Chi 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, President 3, Critic 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Student Council 35 Aqora 1, 2, 3, 45 Ishkoodah. IAMES WINTER Alden, Iowa G.I.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Pre-Engineers 3, 4. -76.- I . I I DAVID P. WEISBROD Algona, Iowa Pre-Engineer's Club l, 2, 3, G.I.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. 1, Student Council 2, Inter- Fraternity Council 2, Phi Mu Alpha Fratemity 2.3, 4, Choir Z, 3,.4, President 4. L l BETTY Wl-IARTON Woodbine, Iowa I I I l 2 ELDON WOLTMAN Cherokee, Iowa IACK R. WILLIAMS Westbrook, Minnesota Basketball 1, 41 Grace Colleqians ly F.T.A. 41 Y.M.C.A. l. MERLE W. WOOD IAMES WOODS MARGIE CLAPSADDLE Oakland, California Sioux City, Iowa Galva, Iowa Manuscript 1, 2, 3, 4: . F.T.A. 3, 4, Pres. 4: Phi Mu Alpha 3, 4: Collegian Reporter 3: Choir 37 Intra- mural 3p Senior Class Sec- retary 4. l D' JOHNSON WILLIAM STONEHOCKER Sloux Clty, Iowa Sioux City, Iowa 177.- IUNIORS QL or-I A I ,I LH. 5, I , 1,1 I L ,.t, . Arthur Armhurst Richard Asmus Nancy Asmussen Charles Bcrrcisley Wheaton, Ill. Sioux City Sioux City Sioux City lor he I g an IL Robert Barks Orange City, Iowa I r 1 Patricia Barton Hoy Beauchene Mapleton, Iowa Sioux City I Fred Benton Sioux City Carol Brewer Mruiel Burgess Rayniond Bumiqht Mary Burright Early, Iowa Storm Lake, Iowa Sioux City Forrest Park, Ill. ..79. Lindy Carlberq Reinaldo Carrera Virginia Cook 1059911 Custer Ida Grove, Iowa Canal Zone Beacon, N. Y. Philadelphia penn 'Hg 1, K is s 4 f fig 353 ' -a . ,L:i?'515f 'ff Emi" -'I' ' Denny Danese Donald Doyle Charles Everett Mqrgqreg Findejsen Sioux CRY Sioux City Sioux City Sioux City Donald Ford Manuel Garrido William Ginqles Kenneth Gleason Spirit Lake, Iowa Panama Onawa, Iowa Ponca Nebraska -8 U.. V' j l , 'L J 1 ur qt f L tt Carole Hatch Donald Ierry Green Elsie Griifin Paul Hansen Alta. Iowa Sioux City Sioux City Jasper. Minnesota "-T Iames Heacock Carolyn Held Warren Held Homick, Iowa Hinton, Iowa Hinion' Iowq DeWa1l I-lildreth Clarice Hope: Charles Irwin Hurry Iohnsgn Rockwell City, Iowa Hartley, Iowa Sioux City Wqshtql Iowa 181- 4 'jlf' .izl-551: . - 1,., C dill 4 ,,-- ef- --1A, Nelda Henderson Clear Lake, Iowa v I Ioan Iohnson Sioux City Wayne Kueny Sioux City Nels Ioslin Shoji Katayama MQICOIH1 KUISUUIOIO Sioux City Sioux City HUWGH ,. .yy w. I Don Kauffman Don Keck Franklin Kinney Walter Kokiohn Ames, Iowa Sioux City Sioux City Fort Madison, Iowa Don Larson Paul Law Elwood Leczpley Sioux City Pierson, Iowa Sioux City 4 I Robert Lel'-'luer Creston, Iowa Bette Lehnus Rolfe, Iowa 1 ii-fs Floyd Lindgren Francis Lundell Don McCarthy Albert City, Iowa KIIOH, IOWG Akron, Iowa Jerome Manley Margie Marksbury Sioux City Sioux City -83- ' me : 'fit x yt P Claris Linder Hartley, Iowa Doris Leivestad Inwood, Iowa Q aw t Anne McDowell Sioux City Ben Medcalf Keith Meyer O'Nei1l, Nebraska Alta, Iowa l If Iohn Miquelon Darrell Mitchell Kennelh M011 Doriold Nelson Scxlix, Iowa Per1y,IOWG Paullina, Iowa Sloux CNY I j P C if l 1 ., . . ' 'l - lf-1 . ESI" 15141 ' ,Y Flexi 1 'y'wZ.-,fv- - rF,3Ef3'T2--if .4-'i,,5:i43 .J Y Lai. ' L- - 973, Bruce Pickford Chicago, Illinois 'C' Gerorld Nelson Robert Norris Sioux City Floyd,Iowcz Larry Pipkin Sioux City Donald Pelton Mary Lou Pettit Sioux City Sioux City 6' r", N 1 P . Hurry Pruden 5222 C336 Hcfffofd Cifyffndfm ..84.. Maurine Rathje lune Salle Iosephine Sanford AHQGUHG SQITiS Atkins, Iowa B0Yden, Iowa Milford, Iowa Sioux CNY l -3 1 -I' 1 44 Y t V - I' iq '- A ,' .1 3' L- 'nf Alan Schatz Iosephtne Schraeder Albert Scott Sioux City Wessington Springs, S. D. Si0uX City Clair Scott Donald Silvey Beverly Spielmcm Bonnie Stark Lawton, Iowa Havelock, Iowa Sioux City Gaza, Iowa -85- . , ,Qf - al , . 5 , 'Y YI wi , A I, y W . 'gf J sb . .-j V '37-L ' , .EI ., iff 'F z I Roberg Sfephens Charlene Stevens Sioux City Mason City, Iowa , ' J Q vl.. Q X l , wggw g- Z 4 i n . ' if 'rs' l Shirley Weber Gabriel Wilch Irvington, Iowa Mason Ciiy, Iowa Harold Strunk Myrl Stott Sioux City Sergeant Bluff, Iowa Leo Tokarszyk Irma Vandervelde Sioux City Emmetsburq, Iowa Allen Tasker Sioux City William Wilkinson Robert Woodworlh Chicago, Illinois Sioux CNY Lorellu Ycmney Sioux City Boots Yarbrough Ido Belle Zwcld Collinsville, Alabama Pcullina, Iowa l r I Beverly Petersen Chicago, Illinois ' yas! lc! me at that ring. ,771 show 2114. " 187-. SQPHMORE 1 Paul Allen St. Louis, Mo. W l. 'S' Reba Anderson Sioux City ,ye I I cz 5. 9. rn W n I U 512 5-4 ml-E 503 f-rn Ov-1 292. Q... is f EQ' A 21 Q.- Nw ., O . as we-+i"' X.- Sioux City 5 ' :WV P 1 1 Viola Bornschleqel Sioux City 6 C Duane Boitien Sioux City ,-,EQ i ,gf Gaila Baker Robert Benson Britt. Iowa Sioux City JoAnn Booher Lake Andes, S. Dak. Patricia Brand Kathleen Brodsky Alqona, Iowa Rapid City, S. Dak. ,S V 5 ,L ., . ' f we f f v - at IA , I me ,Mg ,S Norma Brown Sioux City 1 l." ,.' . 1 A f w w fw ff 5 i iff-' X.. : Q,-ii Dorothy Dokken Linn Grove, Iowa I anice Burriqht Rock Rapids, Iowa Stuart Bliss Sioux Ciiy Harold Coffman Charles Dagle Hillsboro, Sioux CNY Richard Enqelbrecht South Sioux City,Nebr. I f Q' , J .I ,. 'LL N-5" ' X l 1 x f I 2. Lyle Fitzgerald Fort Dodge, Iowa 0- . nw 1 ffl I ,rv , C W 'Ju' 1 Q" V gn . '-ML " M. fu' li m 7- H. 'V P W ,A Cherry Cliff Kingsley, Iowa nu, N -H 'a C' Roger Davis Sioux City Marvis Fitzgerald Sioux City 5- Marjorie Dillehay Harris, Iowa f" W X VY A, ,, ' L Barbara Gross Stoux City LL 3. Loren Fleming Dale P19559 V B111 Fox Robert Fritz Eorlhom. Iowo Sioux City Fort Dodge, Iowa Ho1stein'IowG U 1 ' V t Patricia Hamand Ruthie Hanson Virginia Harper Sioux Rapids, Iowa Sioux City Rosemary Hartin Sioux City 1' "f 'lov' -E Q-' to E 'Q it Charles Held Hinton, Iowa ..91... ' Sioux City I-Yflfl Holland Charles Housh Sioux CNY Garner, Iowa .J Q 55 L' tri 'Tv' l if 3 vb R., Nancy Hubbard Icmet Iamison Sioux City Sioux City Kay Knapp Roy Iohnson Sioux City br 'E' Marlin Klostergaard Beresford, S. D. ' Frances Lafrentz Eugene Lamport PhY11iS Lcme Merr111,Iowa Sioux City Sioux City Homickr Iowa Elaine Larson Merrill Lash Patricia Lofshult Polly McDonald Akron, Iowa Sioux City S10Cl1'1.I0WCl B91'eSf0Tdf S- D- ...QQ- 1 E? 1 in John MCM'-lllen Cecelia Malloy Sioux City Sioux City F,..,., Y - - y . , b Q Q Q C g 3 . Eleanor Nagel Doon, Iowa Eleanor Mohr Gretchen Morgan Terrill. Iowa Spencer. Iowa Robert O'D0rmel1 Lorraine Osborn S501-UC CNY Fort Dodge, Iowa -93- .Wfu . I 5 I f ,al-' nn. W ' , 'if' ' i if , . Lawrence Mazza Henry Mizysgk Sioux City Chicago, 111, Patricia Nordstrom Sioux City X Ailerle OKISY Duane Panseqraw Corwiih. Iowa Bronson, Iowa of W1 lohn Patch Patricia Pentony Sioux City sioux cny Charmaine Reed Osmond, Iowa l I U Jr' 'l All Lucy Platt Sioux City l iw Af P N qfz w .I. r S X Evelyn Perrin Rolfe, Iowa Kay Pilstick Humboldt, Iowa n I I v 1 Norma Iean Peters Gilmore City, Iowa Wallace Propst Belly Reed Sheldon, Iowa Peierson, Iowa " '91, 4 i er 'W Edward RPMYO Glenn Relmolds Bonnie Schrader SiO!-IX CNY Beresford, S. Dak. Rudd' Iowa -94- Ianice Stromberq Sioux City ,, t t 1' X t l. Diana Sinning Lake View, Iowa N t"'! tt 'P x , x Dorothy Sullenqer Sioux City iii Milo Thompson Sioux City Harold Skidmore Thomas Steinbeck Sioux City Sioux City Harold Swesey Marlene Taylor Pisgah, Iowa Onawa, Iowa Q . 6: , V l V 'C It . u. V -5 Nif Richard Throne Marilyn Toni gan Battle Creek, Iowa Waukegan' ml Thomas Stoddard Battle Creek, Mich Ruth VerLinclen Sioux City I , 1'N Frances Voss Woodbine, Iowa Iohn Wickstrom Sioux City Glen Wallin South Sioux City, Nebr. 1 galil, .1-'51, 'Elin' - ' - - IP v . 'uw V .' is-5 " IT-jzgz' , -- 'X v Qi Charlene Windrath Sibley, Iowa Robert Webster Louise Wester Sioux City Paullina, Iowa Phyllis Ycmney Sioux City .I Larson Barbara S J: o W Paullina, Iowa Moorhead, Iowa Were bumped and bruised but were learning. -96... David Mosher Sioux City I anice Miller S. Dak. Warren Whitmer Milford, Iowa A Larson Paulllna, Iowa FRESHMAN Dorothy Andersen Phyllis Berckhemer Despincr Bikakis Virginia Booth Homer, Nebraska Ainsworth, Nebraska Sioux Cily I Sioux City of 5 I-GOD Brewer Shirley Briqqs Ianet Burq Robert Burtness ECIl'1Y. Iowa Remsen. Iowa Wallingford, Iowa Sioux City ' ii BQUY Bombers Norma CGMWG11 Marcello Carlson Frances Cosperson ' ' ' dbi .Iowa I-QMQTSI IOYVG S101-IX CIW Famhamville, Iowa Woo ne -93- lT"""' C ' i l Oral Chinn Nancy Cline A Nancy Clyde Ioan Collin Humboldt, Iowa Sioux City Sioux City Galva, Iowa A an 1 . 5 I W .. , . if-:I ,..f , fl, X ..'g1'lf'.- 4 W ,X L 4 f Charles Cutler Joseph Cutler Georgia Dandos ' Virginia DeVaul Sioux City Sioux City Sioux City Ro1fe,lowa C I l , Q- A lil l Aolgg' I' Francis Dickman Duane Doran Dennis Dow Derrell Dow Sioux City Emmetsburq, Iowa Sioux City Sioux City -99- 'Q' Thelma Dullfm HOSGHIGYY Edge Robert Eidsmoe Leroy Engle D95 Moines, Iowa SPSHCGT. IOWU Sioux City Sumner, lowcr Iamecs Fowler Rockwell City, lowcz Joyce Graverson Richard Greenlee Beresford, South Dakota Sioux City Marjorie Gasser Isabelle Gibbs Von Dell Glaser Sioux City Klemme, Iowa Norfolk, Nebraska F: , , r I, . V I 1- IAA H. -' jg in l -1 ' H-ci , , .N Rx al , L V . 2 Mary Claire Gunderson Elizabeth Hagan Bradgate, lowa Sioux City -100- 4 Gayle Harrison Hinton, Iowa HTC' , ,. H .5W'ff4n, , S 91. i t Y 2-4- o4.m f,"Zi "H Iames Hamilton Sioux City Y H 8 H , V . ,A Q- , K lf , r y. , , .X-L l , tw Barbara Hassel -. River Forest, Illinois Dorothy Holbrook Sioux City 4. ' 5 " G+ t W Betty Lou Hansen Sioux City Rhea Helm Sioux City CliffO1'd HGHSSI1 Maxine Hqnsohn LuVerne, Iowa Deloit, Iowa Y ,t 'I r we t we , lean Hicks Somers, Iowa t fi , 5 . . " ' ' If 1,iFa' ' e ' ' 5 i s - ' 4? Q ' ' f 1" I R I ' 7 ' ', 2' fxfwfiix ? - r ' ' 5 v ' - lf 2 ,. .fi .Es Paul Hummel Darwin Hunt Dolores Hunter Sioux City Sibley, Iowa Charter, Oak -101- , , .gf : II' 1 if 2, I I 9' . ' A' in NJ Walfer Iensen Elaine Iohnggn Elaine Iones Sioux City Nemqhq, Iowa Hinton, Iowa ROY Knulson Annamae Koole Mary Kalshett Moorhead. Iowa Alan Larson Sioux CIW Sheldon, Iowa Sioux City I , I of-f f Y . , I Iohn Law Iris Lintner Mary IQkI.ockard Florence Loveless Pierson, Iowa Ocheyedan. Iowa Early, Iowa Wessinqton Springs. S- D -102- 4 It ' , an V ,,, Evelyn! Lauterbach Des Moines, Iowa V'-' 1 A Jr . 4 E x il A Albert Lund Barry Lynch Dolly McBride Holstein, Iowa Gilmore City, Iowa Marion, Iowa Genevieve Majorowicz Rolfe, Iowa Lake View, Iowa PGIICIIHG Virginia Mauer Daphne Mayorqa Marycmna Melby LaMoyne Messenger Oakes, Norlh Dakloa Woodblne.l0WG -103- iia , S I . fl fT1Q5"'f.e,, I ,.-JXQAI1 -44321, Q 5- :rug I Y K' A 1 4 .5 'WA' v N? -. .U . ,ic 1 . ' I Robert Meinhardt Sioux City Carolyn Mett Spencer, Iowa Patricia McBu,mey Mapletcn, Iowa i I . J , f Helen Miller Woodbine. Iowa Yvonne Oskvlq Georgia Pappas Rolfe, Iowa Sioux CNY Mary Anne Rasmussen Manson, Iowa 1 V ! I I S ! X' " I I It . X g I I 1 LaDonna Rispalje Bruce Robertson Sioux City Sioux City Kathleen Petersen Woodbine, Iowa LaVonne Petersen Dike, Iowa Forest Rathbun James Reed Rebecca Rice Ida Grove, Iowa Peterson. Iowa Touqaloo, Mississippi Vernon Rohde Gary Rohwer Homer, Nebraska Paullina, Iowa -104- :Vt V A S 4 ' I - 1- 'lil 5 'l2'7L1:?Tj1 ' Vl Vivian Share Sioux City U-..,, , Allen Sadler Correctionville, Iowa Max Rossean Harlan, Iowa Keith Sharp Janice Slupe Mary Ellen Smith Sioux City Scotland, South Dakota Sioux City S l . I, at '- .1 '. ' ' gl t 13 11 E' at Robert Soiseth Charles Soderberg Jeanine Solomon Sioux City Sioux City Sioux City -105- Howard Schlailer Carol Scott Sioux City Marcus, Iowa Betty Stark Gaza, Iowa Carol Suen Honk Konq Carroll Usher Rowan, Iowa Barbara Thompson Sioux City Iefirey Thompson Sioux City Iames Tice Alqona, Iowa Larry Toner Mario Torres Malvina Tott Ienmlea Turrentine Sioux City Bolivia Sioux City Sloux Clty T' Robert Van Bogart Emoqene Van Nort Leroy Vestal Laurel, Nebraska Rosebud, Missouri Climbing Hill, Iowa -106- Grant Vincent Ioyce Volkert Sioux City Sioux City 'EQ Muriel Waldemer Roscoe Waterman Gayle Webber Pisgah' Iowa Estherville, Iowa Sioux City Tom Whitford George Whitney Cedar Falls, Iowa Ostego, Michigan -107- Ierryt Volkert Onawa, Iowa I l . I I I fl 1 t X V l 1 . f' we A 7 t :I Eugene Welch Sioux City . 5 -V -1 . 7 I Qrv 'V hz- , My-fEf7vI' E . ' I Ruth Wilson Sac City, Iowa 51 'tl Z. - U cg i. - Y .. It . . , Y iff - , 6' 9 x H Bonnie Wagqett Sac City, Iowa .fm-?eL,, lufit- 1' ' Patricia Wysonq Sioux City l.,.f mf'-E Yvonnie Yanney Donald Minor Sioux City Sioux Falls, Souih Dakota Nancy Norton Sioux Cliy 4 I' Edalene Moone Marlene Mylan Bruce Norris S107-1X'CifY Remsen, Iowa Mondclmin, Iowa Sherleen Nystedt Mm-Y H e rk e Cherokee, Iowa Iowa "Wwe new around here- I so We dan I have much to say. " -108- QUEENS Miss jlfiezrjerie Walter: Homecoming Queen Afliss Hain Anne ,Madison eearning Attendant tie Soiseth ,Miss fiaynt JW' ' Attendant j-ioynetanltng Miss Zell Seatt Homecoming Attendant Her Majesty Jlflfzrlme Mylan 112 ,Wyre Gzuvcrsou ,Mary lee Downs Koscmary Ruffin ,- ii A W Norma Zaldufcll -114- W W' W Muriel Waldemer Slaiuc jones a l i u I I l i 16 47 ffl Sweetheart and ,flffeleelezefs Mies ,Nelda J-Iezeelerserz , "VU , ' , ,fi .' ' v . 1 if . . fa- - , ,V N ff-, , " , . ' A b Attendee!--Mies Glarie ,Cinder Alteuden!--Mies Virginia 5004 phi Szyma Sweetheart Mary Lee Downs WN GN W W-'FL-Q Q-. lr. w ,g-w . 1 17. Y". , 'Av f 1,-,., QP- ' ivnl, I V Ef '55 " rf 1 . M.-gp , WWW Nancy and 1671! And so we stow away the crowns until another year when d 'n will crown as queens the beauties and per- Morningsi e aqa1 sonalities of the campus. FINE ARTS Mo ning Ida Knllegc Elm Y PAUL MAC COLLIN Director First Soprano Kathleen Brodsky Merrilyn Whitlen Phyllis Berckhemer Bonnie Waggett LaVonne Peterson Shirleen Nystedt Marlene Nylan Mary Gunderson Second Soprano Gaila Baker Janice Burright Carolyn Held Charmaine Reed Ianice Miller Mary Anne Rasmussen Gayle Harrison Marcella Carlson Tenors Harold Van Vickel Gerald Iordan Lindy Carlberg LeRoy Nagel Duane Doran Robert Roerner Kenneth Gleason Don McCarthy Val Gene Moeller Wallace Props! Frank Curry -122- First Alto Mary Fiddick Frances Lafrentz Claris Linder Polly MacDonald Nelda Henderson Virginia Cook Gretchen Morgan Second Alto Ruth Wilson Doris Lelvestad Everly Wissink Dolly McBride Ioyce Kirley Sally Ann Nissen Dean Cramer Bass Earl Landsberg Neil Lambert C. Usher Leroy Engle Billy Wilson Emory Stewart E. Lamport David Weisbrod Don Silvery John Mosher Leon Brewer Bruce Norris Dale Flenlji lfesper Elm 2' Sopranos Tenors Florence Loveless Maxine Hansohn Vyonne Okvig Ieanlne Solomon Nancy Clyde Malvina Tott Mary Gasser La Moyne Messenger Margie Gaseer Helen Miller Alto Anamae Koole 4 Virqinia Booth Muriel Waldemier Viola Bomscheleqel Evie Perrin Ida Belle Zwald Genevieve Maiorovles Marvis Fitzgerald Mary Ann Melby EMORY STEWART Director -123- Myrl Scott Charles Cutler Fred Benton S. Rathum Basses Jeff Thompson Loren Ruleis Dena Kauffman Frank Macumber Charles Mahaffey Ed Bame Dean Marshall li Ii II! F1-1 ,X r . .Nl .t , . ef '-.'.'. - ' f -' ' ,, J, 1- , .- ty, Q ., .6 ., , 1 X . Ll rl - Marching Hand Members of Band Georqe Brumliauqh - Drum Major Majorettes Lynn Holland, Charmaine Reed, Patricia Barton, a Baker, Galla Bames, Ed Beckmann, Elizabeth Benton, Dick Brewer, Leon Comwell, Leslie Cramer, Iean Darwich. Ice DeVaul, Virginia, Edge, Rosemary Carlson, Marcella Flentje, Dale Gleason, Kenneth Hammond, Patricia Hennls. Sally Hunt, Darwin Kauffman, Dean Koole, Anamae Krusenstierna, lack Landsberg, Earl Leivestad, Doris Lleb, Frank Loveless, Florence Ludens, Marvin Mahalfey, Charles Marshall, Dean Meyerdirk, Ralph Miller, Janice Moeller, Val McCarthy, Don Nagel, LeRoy Nissen, Sally Iohnson, Roy Osbom, Ed Katayama, Shoji Oslcviq, Vyonne Band Mascot - Ierry Delsell nd Carole Hatch Rasmussen, Mary Rathbun, Forest Roqosch, Karl Royer, Gail Silvey, Don Skow, Barbara Slupe, Ianice Sorensen, Wayne Spielrnan, Beverly Thompson. Ieff Tott, Malvina Waters, Kenneth Waggener, Dick Wharton, Betty Whitehouse, Iim Wissink, Everyly Wilson, Bill Zwald, Ida Belle -125- MR, LOWRY Director Siazaf Wy G C d t Students who participate uest on uc or Ky Vi W -F 3- T 7' Firsl Violin . 1- r. .iv 'L ff' -T3 Ev-if .QJLS .L ff W, Marion VenDerMaten Carol Brewer Nelda Henderson Second Violin Evelyn Perrin Viola Beverly Splelman Jayne Marie Soiseth Cello Marianne McDaniel Barbara Brewer Charlotle Taqg Flute Mary Ann Rasmussen Ida Belle Zwald Sally Ann Nissen Symphony in the Symphony Clarinet Robert Lowry Trumpet Korl Rogosch Frank Lieb lack Krusenstjema Trombone Ioseph Dorwlch String Boss Frank Mucomber Drums Charles Mahcffey Sunday aftemoon practice -128- The Art Department of our school is adding much interest in that many phases of art are being added to our curriculum, making our campus of added interest. Mr. Langley, the director of this department, adds a great deal to the atmosphere around his work. 130- ll" l First row: Held. Dokken. Dokken. Wcnerbuuqh, Lune and I-iohnzon. Second row: Griften, MacDonald HOME EC CLUB H LM 1 W I President .............. Gretchen Dokken Vice-President ............. Carolyn Held Sec-Treas ........... ...... E lsie Griffin Advisor ..... -- .............. Miss Smith The Home Ec Club is a comparatively new club on the campus. Its monthly meetings featured spe- cial speakers whose topics this year were dil- ferent vocational aspects ot a Home Ec maiar. An outstanding event of the year for the club is their style show. which is held in the spring. The ' models are the girls ot the club who designed and made the modeled clothes. Other events oi the year use the culinary talents of the girls. -131- R A D 0 i , I , I O Our Campus Broadcasters are a newly or- ganized group around the school. Their activities have been very well organized and comprehen- sive. Of course, they have, as well as the other students, benefited because of the use of our own studio and equipment on our campus. -132- ATHLETICS - w ' -H . 4 ,.s- - ' . , I-' g ' -'- - :.:,.+ ' .. ls ' -. -ima 5.4" "' 1.1 - . 5 . 'Q-, s. V ""'- ' L. f ' ',,.'. , . I h A , , .1 , 4 M , Q - A '. 2 ..,.,,' M i..f , ,-.N-iv, ,Y ,wr -'41 ,. M. fi, 1 '1 .4 , -4 f 14. ' ., . . r ' K ' Je- Q. .5',,.,,-X-fff Y, fag." ' N ,.,"1"l'fj.. Pu' -P ,- T, ,- fy wa. ' ' - -N,,,,,-f- 'i'.flg,' .Y 50- .x,1Y'?'zp:,3"" ,x ' s, ,....,.-... .. rw' - -vp amen'-'-Az'. f f-f-- . ' .,-, - W. .. - - A.-fi-,JL .4 ,-1., -.-1 .f' ,,,' , .- ' . - 'Av . ' -' P..-mmf , 41. sg . 'LJ vp'-.4'j..+f fa,-5 1, ,X 533i1TWf"f?.Qif1' ' " . A-F9 - - mf.wfgy12p:-4 ' 1 ' ,,i,:t,4eMf.f,:-' f .' .........x.........a.'- " f"1.'V1-"-"'- 'F 'N ,. y' 144, I 'K , ' I 1 J, vs: ' , ,Qf'Vf'f,iL.-A' F- " 1 vf, --.V V fLn.dgf2v-5.2" R1 " ffY:ffx".,,",,l .V ,-xi-fb'.3'-i'-L"j'f. . f, -"' .....v' , From View Cornerstone Alles Gym ll YIM Swimming Popl Basketball Floor E -135- H2 -136- Cocxch Allen Captain Gregovich, 1949 All Conference, 1949 Coach Pritulu Coach Droullard Kline? lFresnmcmJ L-1. 4 .gun 37. . HGSXQNXXACSW ,Ciffle All-Am rimu 6171114 2' Eallalzau All conference '46, '47, '49 Mosi valuable player on team '47, '49 Most valuable player in conference '49 Leitered four years Co-Captain '48 Little All-American '49 -137- T In 5. 15 4 Q99 'mesa 'la it 1 Back Row: I. Reardon, B. Fox, E. Nelson, E. Clark, B. Barks, P. R d ll I. Wi k t L F't ld D H ' Adams. Middle Row: D. Preston, B. Stevens,.W. Piper, B. Gregoich, C. 1xw11'1,S1-3ml1lndgre11A'TgirGHdhs,. R.G1lt11C:1ed,h Ksqlegixgorxdl- B. Hamblin. Front Row: B. Hjelm, E. Renfro, C. Callahan, A. McDonough, B. Pickford. A. Pelelo, L. Stycznskl, L. Clark. l Sep. Oct. Nov. Varsity Zrvfball Squad I 9 9 10 Morningside - - - .... 20 Buena Vista ............. - - - -0 17 Morningside - - - .... 12 North Dakota University .... - - - -U 24 Morningside - - - .... 20 South Dakota State ...... -- - , -27 1 Mominqside - - . .... 26 Augustana ........... . - - -7 8 'Momingside - -- .... 39 North Dakota State .... -- - - .20 13 Momingside - - - .... 34 Concordia ............... - - . -7 22 Momingside - - - S South Dakota University .... - - - -6 29 Morningside . - - .... 10 Iowa State Teachers ..... - - - , -30 5 Morningside - - - .... 21 Cmaha University ...... - - - - - 19 12 Momingstde - - - .... 26 Central College ..... - - - -7 19 Momtngside - - - .... 14 Quincy College ................. . - , , .28 Total points 228 Total Points for Opponents .... .... 1 51 -138- Won ' Lost Tied 1 0 0 Z 0 0 2 1 0 3 1 0 4 1 0 5 1 0 5 1 l 5 2 1 6 2 1 7 2 1 7 3 1 7 3 1 Uppsy Dcxisey Bob Burks Harold Adams, Ken Bengford, Orange City, Iowcx Detroit, Michigan Odebolt, Iowa M' -w,, -139- 1 . I Leo Clark, Lome Fleming, Bob Hanson, Ypsilanti, Michigan Earlham, Iowa Linn Grove. Iowa fIt's a Start -14O- Bob Greqovich Sioux City, Iowa Callahan-103 Yards--the run that tied South Dakota Darrel Hauqan Sioux City, Iowa Connie Callahan Sioux City, Iowa 'fm-.6 Ain. tl- i., t l .' , -141- trap, 5 1,2 .- r I I V lack Hohs Bob Hooks Charles Irwin Chicago, Illinois Sioux City, Iowa! Sioux City, Iowa Closing in for the kill -142- Osccr I ones Detroii, Michigan rWTf'Ti'f""f'-' g ' 1 1. in HELP-Murder Floyd Lindgren Albert City, Iowa Edgar Nelsdn Sioux City, Iowa -143- , A-, , wif , , ,N I Q, . -fri In -.- iii? 1 . Q :N W. Q Y Q - lp ' - A V ' ,'N ' A . 3 1544 Alex Pelelo Bruce Pickford Sioux City, Iowa Chicago, Illinois Mine-no, Mine. WFT 'E-K'-4. 1'H ' Wally Piper Sioux City. Iowa -144- 60-captain I9 O 1. R. Don Preston Sioux City, Iowa Darrel Hcxuqcm S .' . - 4 I . Q I Icck Reardon. Somersei, Michigan Ralph Weaver Ed Renfro Sioux City, Iowa -145- . 9, 'T' Len Styczynski Schenectady, New York Stan Newman Manager Iohn Wickstrom Ralph Weaver Sioux City, Iowa Sioux City, Iowa Keith Fitzpairick Trainer -146- Bob Webster Assistant Manager -U- 'Y' "f '- f fee . I q 1,1 W4 ,f - ws r W- I r ' ml A fr-L-J Y L..-Q1 , Q J4 L J Q. Q . 5' '-Q, vw L' 'N Q1 rp svf 3, A u ' if ' x-bu 'Y' ILE- .7 5- F., X-Q 4? A 1 'A E M ,E-1 affix yf 1. A ,V -' , A J "1 , R' f 112 i,. A rm Sfre hmm Squad '49 Nuff' Back Row: B. Yates, Almont Mich.: B. Bernick, Albany, N. Y.: K. Bolke, LeMax-s, Iowa: I. Boice, Albany, N. Y.: A. Cowen, Al- pena, Mich.: I. Fowler, Rockwell City, Iowa: D. Girvin, Albany, N. Y.: L. Hamster, Cmaha, Nebr.: I. Hynes, Chicago, Ill.: I. Hovcmesian, Lansing, Mich.: Virgil Laurain, River Rouge, Mtch.: T. Levttto, Albany, N. Y.: B. McDonald, St. Clair Shores, Mich.: R. Nardont, Detroit, Mich.: T. O'Doherty, Livingston, Mich.: B. Olson, Cuba City, Wis.: D. Phillips, Alpena, Mich.: Gary Rohwer, Paulllna, Iowa: D. Schumaker, Albany, N. Y.: P. Starrett, South Sudsbury, Mass.: I. Sutherland, Bunningham. Mich.: K. Weaver, Lansing, Mich.: D. Weikert, Omaha, Nebr.: W. Strong, Ida Grove, Iowa. Won Lost Tied 7 1 0 0 Morningside ..... .... I 2 Augustana College Fr ..... -- Momlnqside ..... .... l 8 Wayne Teachers Fr ..... -- 7 2 0 0 Momingslde ..... .... l 6 South Dakota "U" Fr .... ..... l 3 3 0 0 -147- 79 9-19 o isa ma ll sqm W Back Row: C. Bristow, B. Norris, I. Wiedenfeld, Coach Buckingham, B. Brock, I. Williams, R. Berry. Front Row: Bob Brock Held, B. Lyle, W. Piper, L. Moll, A. Friend. Momingside Momingside Momingside Mor uingside Momingside Mominqside Momingside Mominqside Momi 'iqside Momingside Momingside Morningside Momingside Mominqside Momingside Morningside Moming :ide Morni IQ :ide Morningside Momingside Momingside Mominqside Morni tg :ide Momingside Morningside Wayne - - - Westmar ........... Hamline ........... Duluth Branch iMinni - - - - - u Wayne ............ River Falls Teachers Eastem New Mexico Idaho University --- Cmaha University .- Kansas Wesleyan --- North Dakota Univ. . North Dakota State - South Dakota Umiv. - South Dakota State - North Dakota State - Augustana ......... Iowa State Teachers- South Dakota State-- C maha Univ. .--.... North Dakota Univ. - Westmar ......-...- Phillips 66 Cilers --- Iowa State Teachers Auguztana .......-. South Dakota Univ. - Univj- ---- --- Won Lost 1 0 2 0 2 1 Z 2 3 Z 3 3 4 3 4 4 5 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 6 8 7 8 7 9 7 9 8 10 8 10 9 11 9 11 10 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 13 4 CAPTAIN ELECT 1949-50 'Q' Coach Buckingham V 1, John Wiedenfeld, Roy Berry, John Wiedenfeld, Clcryton Bristow, Red Norris, Iohrx Williams -149- 1 9 r Clayton Bristow NAME Clayton Bristow ..... Iohn Wiedenield Iohnnie Williams Bob Norris ....... . Basil Brock --- Loren Moll --- Ray Berry --- Wally Piper .... Bob Brock --- Bill Lyle ..-- Others --- B019 NOTES Iohn Wiedenield A STATISTICS Games Fg ---- 25 145 ---- 25 77 ---- 25 88 ---- 25 73 -- 18 31 -- 17 28 ---- 25 35 --- 23 22 -- 7 7 -- 8 5 -- 9 9 --15O- Ft 86 49 21 48 22 20 43 8 l 4 2 Total 376 203 197 194 84 76 l 13 52 15 14 20 A 15.0 VQ. 8.1 7.9 7.8 4.6 4.5 4.2 2.3 2.1 1.8 2.2 A 3.4 3.7 1.6 2.8 2.0 1.1 2.2 1.9 1.7 1.8 2.2 Vg Johnnie Williams Rcry Berry Loren Moll .-'I SX I H -151- Ji. T .-3'-gg " Q---v A , H, ,- .3 Wally Piper B111 Lyle Basil Brock 1 1 Warren Held -152- P he lzmalfz 1611 kefball Squad '4 9- ' Back Row: B. Ide, I. Fowler, I. Laq, C4 Hanson, E. McCabe, Coach Droullard. Front Row: D. Kohler, E. Wong, B. Borgstrom, B. Conley, B. Downs. FRESHMEN BASKETBALL RECORD 1949-50 MOI'niI1qSiCie .... .... 4 9 .......... South Dakota University ............. 58- Morninqside .... .... 5 3 .......... Naval Reserve .....................- 46- Morninqside .... .... 3 9 .......... Burnett Motors ......... ..... 5 3 ...-- --- Morningside -.-. ..-. 5 7 -......... Augustana .......-.. ..--- 4 0- Morningside ..-. .... 5 7 ..--....-. Nebraska U. I. V. -... .-.-- 6 3 ----- -..- Mominqside .... .... 5 0 -....-.... Nebraska U. I. V. .... -.... 5 2- Momingside .... .... 5 1 .......... Phi Sigs ..-........ ----- 3 5 .---- --- Momingside .... .... 5 8 .......... Mosier Sales .... ..... 4 8 ----- --- Momingside ..-..-.... 70 .---...... Augustana -.-.--...----- ---.- 5 6 ----- --- Morningside .......... 50 .......... South Dakota U. --..-...--- ..--- 5 9 ----- --- Momingside .-----.... 50 .......... Eddie's City Club KAAUJ ---- ---.. 4 3 Morningside .......... 53 .......... Burnett Motors KAAUJ ......- ..--- 5 1 Morningside .......... 43 -......... Drisco11's Boosters CAAUD --- .... -42 Momingside ...-....-- 55 -......... Kingsley Legion CAAUJ ---- ..--. 6 2 -156- Ianuary 13 Ianuary 17 January 21 Ianuary 24 Ianuary 28 February 6 February 11 February 18 February 25 February 28 The New Weiner, K. Isaacson, T. Kelley. Front Row: D. Alb E. Crop of Athletes, erls, W. Pickford, E. Fitzpatrick, G. Sundcxge, V. Kirkeqczurcl l f v u ' 1' ' , ar, 7- 47 fm ,Mural Ff9e'Thf0W Champ Tallest and Smallest Iohn Padys Edsel Wong, lack Law Bowling League Champs Football Team B. Hanson, L. Siycznski, K. Moll, C. Irwin, Not present: B. Kiose, L. Moll. L ', '-' ac' ' ,,' , ,111L., , .l in 'I U 45J'5'hEii3ii' , V l "Z?,.' DEH-3 l- -l , it 'Il ka , ' . ' 1 I fm- ir- A llla it l 'X . , C el, 'N xi Wgkif s-. L -.v l l ,, V- . 'Vw' H4943 ., .A -L-1 ,N 'L ll W W k lwlll Y '-,Cf J I . if ' A ' pf 'rt ' ',p'1, ' I ll fr X li? "jg: i-vi . April April April April April May MCIY MGY May May SCHEDULE Augustana College .............. South Dakota State .... Buena Vista ........ Buena Vista .......... Omaha University ..... Omaha University .....,. South Dakota University .... Auqustana College ....... South Dakota Nniversity .... South Dakota State ...... ----At Sioux City ----At Sioux City ----At Storm Lake ----.At Sioux City ----At Sioux City ------At Omaha -----At Vermillion --At Sioux Falls ----At Sioux City ----At Brookings SPRING FOOTBALL , m,m4F5 .L-.YH ,j- - . Wm?WWmw- Linemen ,jg-,E-r-if -, ,-FH' -f - -mfmwitvf .W ,QL-li ' 1 K -161- Bcrckfield Men T..- -,,.., . in ,, V it-KF? F: ,. 4, , v"' ,' l . . " A April 28 ..... ..... April ll May 2- May 5- May 13 May 20 .... ..... ,.nL.1...--.--.:r 141 xi... vi. zz.:-.41 L: Y '-. 1 -. ,::,L......- - --1: g ina- ii.-. , :.uxL4:nan.xL.n .-4- Lrg . H. . .. , , .A-4.-L,-..r ...u.Lu1-, . -- 1950 TENNIS TEAM SCHEDULE Augustana College ............., Omaha University .... Omaha University ..... Iowt State Teachers ...... Augustana College ........ - North Central Conference .... -162- -At Sioux City ----At Sioux City -----At Omaha ----At Sioux City At Sioux Falls - - - - -At Brookings Wamen is' Pkg ical Education Miss Booz Miss Bowne Department Instructor Department Head PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAIORS lst row: Burgess, Rice, Skow. Glaser, Hartin. 2nd row: Shillinglaw, Barton, Hubbard, Cliff, Hagen, Burright. Norma Iean Peters keeping score for Lynn Holland and Nancy Hubbard in archery class. ' Modern Dance Group in action With: Daphne Mayorqa, Cherry Cliff, Reba Anderson, Nancy Hubbard, Marie Russo, Muriel Burgess and Pat Barton. The women's physical education department has added two new classes to the list of activities. These are the mixed phy- sical education class and the bowling group. The two new classes seem to be holding their own. YALE: top row: Hcniin, Hubbard, Pappas, Dokken, Brewer, bottom row: Gubbs, Carlson, Held, Brewer, Peatony. HARVARD: 3 top row: Skow, Ruthie, Dokken, Walton, Lu ldell, ' - bottom row: Casperson, Hunter, Rice, Lone, Folkedcxhl MAROONETTES: Our version of the black outs. 'fi . Li -in. '- ".. if:?:5:. .S L. -:::5:,.: Fraternities 8 l :Ni M y ' 5 1. J 3-flf .hg ff 'Elf-fm' ' -xx. , -Ur 7- 1: 1. "' Ng- r N 1 . .. -f:5:if:.. ""5?5?:: are z , A v 1 A' 4 .ff"' W 1' My ' Li ffl :f -1': 1 - 59515. I ' . , , Soto ---"' X if 2? gg ii 465 ,J W ' A , flgffl -5:-. 'lkl' riues , ' 1 1 . I . . ,,.,..sm. 5:fs::s:f:f.f,.Lf',-W - , I I f -2 4 N nfiiii' I s . 5,41-q.. .fm.-4144-f 'Ma-.RN .a-1,1 - 4-vig 4462, I -,7 ,Q 1 -L f 1, I Ji? x 1. 1 f 1 Q' fp J L 'M?f31:, .,:,,f:gw5fi!1'5f. ,,f::s'.Gf "!f5ff':" J 'E' I Q.,-.. f 1 1 i 1-. -1 - ri -' M xg. First row-Beckman, B. Brewer, Brewer, Cook, D. Dokken Second row-G. Dokken, Hatch. Henderson, Hour dllvlzzz Sigma Third row-Lone, Linder, Mcrdison, Muriz Fourth row-Peterson, Sinning, Stark, Spielmcn, Zwold gg President ........... Vice-President. ........... Recording Secretary ........ Corresponding Secretory ..... Treasurer .................. First Critic ............... The Useful and the Pleasing OFFICERS First Semester ------------..--Mildred Hoar Barbara Brewer -----Beverly Welton ------Ruth Wagner Ida Belle Zwald -------Carol Hatch Usher ,....... .... B everly Spielman Historicm...,-,- ...... Bonnie Stark Chaplain ..... .... An ne Madison Second Semester Gretchen Dokken Glenna Mazrtz Ida Belle Zwald Carol Brewer Diana Sinning Vivian Oleson Dorothy Dokken Beverly Spielmdn Beverly Peterson 4 ,..1nz-1 T ,..--52 .vu l Ame, p MM p 0 ,, Baker Nagle AWIH -+I. .4 f ,f 'jp ' , if 5' ,, .QQ ,W Bikakis Sarris vga:-H-4 -i pg f' .-' Aff Burrlqht Scot! If H133 7, - 577.-:.'Z'il5555 "F-:3f?5W':Q5" ' 'fiqiijleiul -f - 4. A lbw' V Wf.54ff'f 2-iw ,. fytq P WT" .f '. .,w ' '15 Q ,A RL, 3-'i"Q5,lvf',f1A!'2?Q -5523. 5-rv ' .- gg if :EH M '-71 . Downs Schroeder' ' r wwf Iamison Soiseth Faith fully, Bravely, Happily OFFICERS First Semester President .............. ......... I ayne Marie Soiseth Vice-President ........... ....... M airy Burright Recording Secretary ....... ........ A ngie Sarris Corresponding Secretary .... ..... H arriett Bikakis Treasurer ................. .... S hirley Webster Pledgemaster ........ .......... G aila Baker Sergeant-at-Arms-T--- .... Beverly Andrews Hall Chairman ..... ......... M ae Olson Chaplain ......... .... I anet Iamison Critic .......... .......... L ou Adler Librarian ..... ..... M arilyn Whitten Reporter .... ..... M ary Lee Downs Zell Scott - .Lali- Second Semester Mary Burright Gaila Baker Mae Olson Shirley Weber Lou Adler Harriet Bikakis Iayne Marie Soiseth Ianet Iamison Angie Sarris Angie Sarris Marilyn Whitten Mary Lee Downs Zell Scott .143 . - 54' am iv., 'X..,:f' 5 , ir if '-9' First row-Anderson, Asmussen, 5 ,WI ES 4'N 4k g , J hu ,- r 4. Ir ' A 'Ex "rf " 'l'?f'f'm , '51, 'T -' '.- L- 1 w'- ,'3-.. 3- '. , Bartlett, Barton, Bornscheqel, Bozarth Second row-Fitzgerald, Gasser, Hammond Holbrook Hubbard Skow Third row-Hariin, C. Held, H. Held, Holland, Iohnson Fourth row-Jones, Knapp, McDonald, McDowell, Marksbury, Nordstrom fifth row-Peters, Sanford, Toniqan, VerLinden, Walion lfjs . r ' X ff' X, urls 1191 '1-'-wt ' 3 ' J MK 2 'WCM - ' President ............ .....,.... OFFICERS First Semester -----Harriet Iones Vice-President ........... ...... M arge Walton Recording Secretary ....... ..... A nne McDowell Corresponding Secretary .... ......... P at Barton Treasurer ............... -- First Critic ....... Second Critic .... - First Usher ........ Second Usher ....... Social Chairman .... First Directress .... Second Directress Chaplain .......... ..... Librarian ........ Reporter ..... O To Be Rather Than to Seem - ..... Ioan Iohnson ---Mary Io Weins Marge Marksbury -------Wilma Bozarth ----Rosemary Hartin --Helen Ann Held --------Io Sanford - - -Dorothy Bartlett Nancy Asmussen ---------Pat Hammand ----Viola Bornscheqel Second Semester Mary Gasser Wilma Bozarth Carolyn Held Marvis Fitzgerald Norma lean Peters Harriet Iones Kay Knapp Barbara Skow Marge Marksbury Marge Walton Anne McDowell Reba Anderson Dorothy Holbrook Helen Ann Held Io Sanford 7-.4 'N x 5 . 3 , K2 ' J 'N 1 ,I mi, K F, X1 r. I gg W ' Ai, ' .Y -F" lf' x ' 'Q ' X ' 4 .+""" " 1 N rl? A- 33231 ' I' "Sli, ' I 'L'f"'5' A 1, li 5'fV'- A ,eg-fiif ' ' " I ' ,F 3 I . '-' f ,rflfgrl ' fl' '-if L"d5'v :VV ' - ,Z 1 Z I I -4 ' Q f mf? E, R .4 1 va- 5 ' tj, 6 .nn 2 K- .ir ' Ygrx i ?r , , . Z'-EVA-r V Y S' 11 ,N , . VE' -i'i-iss' .zo- vgilvl Ts 1' ff 1 tr i. W WL rx, 5 'xii 3, fig h h 'W Q jf: , T fa Ti J' 5 i?J.1Hf - 4:3 First Row-Barks, Benson Branch, Bristow, Eldredae, Fitzpatrick Second row-Frisbie, Green, Harrington, Harris, Held, W. Held f44vl1a Kill! D Ita Third row-Hemingway, lrwin, Kaufman, D. Kaufman, Kinney, Mclilmurray Fourth row-McKercher, Nelson, Nelson, Norris, Roemer, Schipull Fifth row-Slowey, Swesey, Walen, Williams, Yarabrough, Haley - 1 President ....... Vice-President ...., Secretary ....... Treasurer ........ - - OFFICERS , First Semester - . - - - -Charles Slowey -Boots Yarabrouqh . . . . . .Franklin Kinney - -Johnnie Williams Sergeant-at-Anus ........ Charles Irwin Chaplain ...,... Parliamentarian- ,,, ,,.,..... Bill Lyle -,- ..... Warren Held P-, Second Semester Iack Frisble Keith Fitzpatrick Bill Lyle Iohnnie Williams Forrest McElmurray Glenn Walen Bob Barks , . First row-Allen, Bailey, Brunninq, Corkhill Second row-Culver, Ford, Icnes Third row-Kctuyomu, Mnrksbury, Meyer, MicOue1on Gamma lata ,Mflzzz Fouth row-Patch, Spear, Speulda, Teemon, Thompson Fifth row-Tokcrrczk, Weisbrod, Winter, Wilkinson, Webster, Turner 'E NAJX. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester President ....... ............... M aurice Iones Byron Spear Vice-President .... ..... B iii Brunning Iim Sadler Secretary ........ ........... D on Ford Don Ford Treasurer .......... ......... R ay Speulda Iim Winters Chaplain ............ ..... L eonard Corkhill Bob Woodworth Sergeant-at-Arms ..... ...... D eE.'stan Turner Milo Thompson Parliaznenmarian .... ..... C harles Teemczn Keith Meyers Pledgemaster ........ .... I im Marksbury- Mike Shraqowitz Historian .............. .... M ilo Thompson Harold Holmes Executive Committee ..... ...... W es Lorenqer Dave Weisbrod Paul Allen San Ienker Byron Spear Ray Speulda T ffirnv -T i I ,I- 1 t it in 1 J Bmdsley Wickstrom Phi Szgm Bliss Pipkin Brock Stephens Burqess Everett Propst Renfro f,:f1f'U-'ff' 1 pw. , . 'V .. -H ,Iv : . , 'lyr- ': 1 yr ,, FA. ,f l .. In ,Z qv. U, . L 2' , ' -ignf Madsen Mathers McMullen Price Newman I. Preston D. Preston w 5 President ......... Vice-President .... Secretary ...... - Treasurer ....... Pledqemczsier- V OFFICERS First Semester -----Burton Nixon ----Len Stycznski -------Ed Reniro -----Bob Stevens ----Don Preston Second Semester Burton Nixon Walt Campbell Iohn Wickstrom Ioe Preston Ed Renfro ORGANIZATIO N5 OFFICERS President ............ .......-. First ,Vice-President ....... Second Vice-President ....... -Helen Ann Held Anne Madison T - -.-Ellidabeth Beckman Nancy Asmussen -----Gaila Baker ----Mildred Hoar Iunior Representative ....... ---- C UTO19 Hutch Sophomore Representative ....... Freshman Representative .... ..... l OdY Share Secretary ........ ...... Treasurer ...... ...... .... Senior Representative ..... -Pat Nordstrom Agara Heard Agora belongs to everyugirl at Morningside. Its officers are elected in the spring, and one representative from each class is elected in the fall by popular vote. Agora's busy year included sponsoring the Big and Little Sister Tea and the All-Campus Sing in the fall. The winter season brought its annual Leadership Banquet, and the Agora Carnival and the Mother-Daughter Banquet were both big events held in the spring. Through these events and its leadership, Agora serves its purpose of creating a closer fellowship and cooperation among the girls in order that they may gain all the oportunities and advantages offered to them during their college life. First Row--Baker, Madison, Nordstrom Second Row-Beckman, Hatch, Asmussen, and Share 1? 5 fi 5' ir' Wi. .--v fr' X... First Row-Henderson, Hoar Second Row-Nissen, Beckman, Wester Absent-Barton, Collins, Dokken, Hatch, Hansohn WSQA. OFFICERS President ........ .......... E lizabeth Beckman Vice-President ..... ............ P atricia Barton Secretary ...... ..... D orothy Dokken Treasurer .... ..... L ouise Wester Advisor .............................. Miss Tolf The Women's Self Governing Association is composed of all the Women living in the dormi- tory. A house council, consisting oi ten members elected by the girls in the dormitory is given the responsibility of administering the affairs of the house. It promotes friendships and unity among the house residents, and maintains the high stan- dards of student life. Social events such as the Halloween party, Thanksgiving and Christmas activities, the Annual Birthday party, and the Dorm Formal are traditionally sponsored by W.S.G.A. -183- flag. First How-Melby, Kalshett, Hansohn, Borchers, Oskviq, Mousley, Waldemer, Mett, Iones, Hansen, Hicks, Helm Cline, Bikakis Second Row-Wilson, Lyman, Owen, Folkedahl, De Vaul, Herke, Nystedt, Waggett, Peterson, Lauterbach, Briggs Glaser, Caspersonp Hunter. Lockard, Iohnson, Stark, Wysonq, Yanney Third Row-Collins, McBumey, Dandos, Rice, Peterson, Miller, Berg, Carlson, Slupe, Gibbs, Koole, Anderson Dutton, Majorowicz, Harrison, Mylaix .Zrhkoadah OFFICERS President ...........-....... .----- Car 01YI1 MSU Vice-President ................. GGOIQRI DCIIICIOS Secretary ----,-,,,-,,,,,....,... -.. RlJ.lZl'1 WllSOn Treqgurer .,,,,,,,,-,,,,--.... .... R ebecca Rice Iskoodah, the Indian name for "shooting star", is the organization ot all freshmen women. It promotes new friendships and creates an orien- tation into college life. The program is planned by the members to meet their interests. This year's activities again met both literary and social needs in the well- planned monthly Ineetinqs. -184- First Row-Barton, Dokken, Windrath, Baker, Hartin, Miller, Brodsky, Wissink, Bozarth Sanford Sois th Second Row-Hoar, Yanney, Yanney, Walton, Bartlett, I-loper, Burgess, Miller, Peterson Iones Baldwin Lofshult Reed. Third Row-Kauffman, Webster, Nagel, Wood, Larson, Bridgelt, Ienkner, Danese, Strunk Moody Hemenway Rosenow, Mr, Eidsmoe. 35,4 OFFICERS President ......................... ,Merle Wood Vice-President .................... Roy Haenfler Secretary-Treasurer ........... Iosephine Sanford Advisor .......................... -Mr. Eidsmoe The Morningside Future Teachers of America is affiliated with the Iowa and National Education Associations. Morningside members actively par- ticipate in many. regional and state education meetings. F.T.A.'s monthly meetings stress cooperation among teachers, and familiarizes its members with the problems and responsibilities of the teaching profession. It works to better equip its members for their work in education. -185- First Row-Schrader, Rathbun, Pelton, Mr. Walsh, Masters, Second Row-Collins. Madison, De Vaul, Waqgeii. Messenger Lockard, Stark, Hoper. The Student Christian Association is new this year for Morningside. It combines the Y.M. and the Y.W. into one orqcmization and is affiliated with the National Student Chris- tian Council. An inter-denominational and all campus orqaniz- ation, it Works to meet the needs of the students and to combine the religious to all other aspects of college living. Besides varied bi-monthly meetings, S.C.A. sponsors such all-campus affairs as the all-college mixer in the fall, prepares the program for special chapels, and cooperates with the Religious Life Committee in needed activities. Such activities provide the students with opportunities to express themselves according to their abilities and interests. -186- 1 Vaughn, LeFIuer, Wallace, Carlberq, Yanney. Mousley. Bozarth, Vandervelde, Gibbs, Waldemer. Lyman, Hunter, OFFICERS President .......... ..........-.. - - - -Anne Madison Vice-President .................. --- ....... Dick ASmuS Secretary-Treasurer ........... Publicity cmd Membership .... Freshman Representative .... Christian Heritage ............ Social Responsibility ............ Personal and Campus Affairs .... World Relatedness ............. -187- ----Bonnie Schrader --------Dean Hancock Roscoe Waterman - - - - -Ida Belle Zwald - - - - - Gretchen Morgan --------Phy1lis Lane ---..----Don Pelton First Row-Ienkner, Stephens Second Row-Shrcgowitz, Slowey Absent--Preston, Ienkner Jafar- 57raferni!y OFFICERS President ....................... Charles Slowey Vice-President ......... ..... D on Preston Secretary-Treasurer .... ...... B ob Stephens Student Council ................ Mike Shragowitz The Inter-Fraternity Council serves chiefly in an advisory capacity to the problems of the fra- ternities. It also has charge of pledging activities. Two members from each fraternity make up the council which elects its own officers within the group. -188- I First Row--Soiseth, Momsen, Iohtison, Iones, Scrris Second Row-Hoar, Dokken, Hatch, Gasser, Miss Toli later-Sorarify The Inter-Sorority Council consists of three members from each sorority, the sorority advisors, and Miss Tolf, Dean of Women. The only officers of the organization are the Secretary and the Student Council Representative. The Council governs such functions as the all-important rush- ing season, making all rules and regulations for sorority campus activities. -189- First Row-MacCollin, Marshall, Gleason, Cornwell, Meyerdirk, Leib, Silvey, Benton Lowry Second Row-Nagel, McCarthy, Katoyama, Wood, Wallace Third Row-Morrison, Moeller, Wagqoner, Landsberg, Weisbrod, Mahuffey, Van Vickle Foxeu Kauffman ,vm ,Mu ,ww OFFICERS President ...................... Ralph Meyerdirk Vice-President--- ....... Frank Leib Secretary ...... ...... D on Silvey Treasurer .... ..... L es Cornwell Historian .............. -- Warden ................ - Dean Marshall --- Ken Gleason l National Council Man ..... ..... R ichard Benton Advisor ........cc................... Mr. Lowry The Gamma Xi is the local chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia of America, the national music fraternity. Eligibility for membership is a definite interest in furthering the cause of American music and attendance in college for a semester. ln the fall of the year an All American Pro- gram consisting of the music of American com- posers was presented by Phi Mu. Other high- lights of the year were the regular initiations of members and the spring formal. This year Phi Mu was honored with a-visit from the Province Governor. -190- First Row-Nissen, Brewer, Brewer, Hennis, Clapsaddle, Wharton, Leivestad Second Row-Zwald, Beckman, Cramer, Soiseth, Spielman, Cook, Wissink, Henderson Mu Phi 5psil0n OFFICERS President .................... Elizabeth Beckman Vice-President ..................... Sally Nissen Recording Secretary ........ .... B arbara Brewer Corresponding Secretary ........ Doris Le-ivestad Treasurer .................. ---Iayne Soiseth Advisor ............................ Miss Sweet The Phi Zeta Chapter oi Mu Phi Epsilon, the national music honor sorority, is composed of those students and faculty women of the conserv- atory who are superior in scholarship and music- ianship. It has been organized on Morninqside's Campus since 1939. Two of its outstanding activities of this year's program were the entertainment .of a national officer and its annual Fou.nder's Day Recital. -191- Pirst Row-Miss Bowne, Hartin, Held, Gibbs, Burgess, Holland, Hubbard Rice Second Row-Asmussen, Barton, Burriqht, Hunter, Lane, Ruthie, Held Walton Wulf! OFFICERS President ...................... Helen Ann Held Vicelkesident ..... .... M arjorie Walton Secretary ......... .... N ancy Asmussen Treasurer ........... ..... Ca rolyn Held Publicity Director ..... ..... P at Hammand Intra-Mural Director .... ....... M ary Burright Advisor ........................... Miss Bowne The Women's Athletic Association promotes athletic activities and creates a spirit of good sportsmanship. It is affiliated with the Athletic Federation of College Women. W.A.A. sponsors many activities during the year. In the fall it presented its annual fall style show, and later in the year sponsored a dance and a picnic. Also on its calendar were the intra- mural tourneys which included volley ball, bas- ket ball, tennis, bowling, badminton, and soft ball. To be eligible for W.A.A. a girl must com- plete one season, oi ten hours in any sport that is offered in the physical education classes. The pride as a member of W.A.A. is to be presented with a sweater which signifies good sportsman- ship, scholarship, and leadership. -192- .ax JC' SJ' 1. 2 'K :T "',':'-'Y' if ' ,i ,,,.,7rl-ft Zflzi Szyma Jam President .................. .................. I o Ann Carlson Vice-president .................................... Roger COX Secretary ..................................... Mildred Hoar Advisors ........................ Mrs. Boyd and Miss Lloyd The Honorary Romance Language Fraternity, Phi Sigma Iota, requires that its members have three years of the Romance Languages and a 3.0 average in language. Phi Sigma Iota meets once a month. Their main study is reading papers of the different Ro- mance Languages and studying its Writers, and giving plays using these different languages. -l93- YJ W' "W '1' Back row: Share, Baldwin, Burgess, Gerkin, Rasmus, Berkstresser, Held, Dokken. Front row: Dokken, Wilson, DeVc1u1, MCB mey, Keck, Hunter, Miller, Zwald. Paprwse Klub President -------------- -----------.. - -- ---Elson Waltman ViCe'Pf9Side1'1T -----------... ............. - -Nancy Asmussen SGCTSKIYY ------------ ------ -----.---..... ..... P a t McBurney TIGCISUIGT ----------- -------. - ........... G eorge Berkstresser Through the Papoose Club, second and third generation Morningsiders unite into a group for social functions and foster increased harmony between students and alumni. It plans both spring and Home- coming events for club members and their parents. This year's membership consisted of 25 members. -194- Price, Asmus, Larson, Schroeder, McGrew, Mohr Z9i Kappa Delia President ........ ...... N elson Price Vice-president ..... ..... M ilo Thompson Sec.-Treas. ................ .... B onnie Schrader Corresponding Secretary ..... .... M arie Russo This year Pi Kappa Delta, National Honorary Forensics Fraternity, sponsored both a high school de- bate tourney and an intercollegiate tourney on Morningside's campus. Its debate members participated in a full schedule of intercollegiate debating, attending tourneys throughout the Middle West. Several new participants qualified for membership as required by the national association. -l95-- ' Lic l S? f'i'A. BETA BETA BETA President -,,,,,,,,,..... .......... B ill BI'U.I1l1'1q 1-Iisforiqm ,.,,, ....... D orothy Bartlett Secrefqry --,-,,,-,,- -,,,,, G eorqe Berkstresser Beta Beta Beta, national honorary fratemity for students of the biological science, encour- ages study and research in biology. This year's activities have centered around photoQTaphy and its use in biology. l6'21lagy 61110 Kia Hein I5 fa BIOLOGY CLUB President -------- ------ - -Maurine Rathje ViC9'Dresid.ent .......... Bill Hantsbarger Secf elm' Y ------ -----... - -Phyllis Lane Tfeflsufef ------- ---- G eorqe Berkstresser Biology Club is maintained to stimu- late interest in biological fields. During the second semester its program was cor- related With Beta Beta Beta, but its offices and membership remained separated. Back row: Miss Murray, Rogqin, Holmes, Dr. Tweito, Rasmus, Seguistan. Front row: Dr. Saunders, Benson, Lincoln, Hour, Schwartz, Marksbury, Pelton ,Uhi Gamma ,Mu President ...... ......................... D avid Sterling Vice-president ........... -- .......... Bob Lincoln Temporary Secretary ..... ........ M argaret Marksbury Permanent Secretary--- -.------ Mr. Bowman Morningside"s Iowa Delta Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, National Honorary Social Science Fraternity, pro- motes study and interest in the fields of history, sociology, government, economics, and related subjects. Requirements for membership are a grade point average of 3.0 and completion of 20 hours of social science studies. -1 97- Burqess .... ..... E ditor-in-Chief Price -- ..... Managing Ediior C O L Ediiors: Wickstrom, Phelps, Eldredge, Wallin, Beckmann, Scoti, Downs, Brown and Williams. -198- The COLLEGIAN REPORTER opened its year boasting about a 1949 All-American rating from the Associated Collegiate Press and proceeded to throw together photos and copy on campus events, dispensing it in almost weekly installments. Editorial board fcr the featured editor-in-chief Burgess, mon- aging editor, Price, and a multitude of associates including Wickstrom, Phelps, Eldredge, Wallin, Beckman, Scott, Downs, Brown, Roley and Williams. Others of note were Yarabrough who organized covers, Welch as photographer, Canneday the cartoonist and Ioe Preston known as, for lack of a better word, the expeditor. The red inkers for the C. R. changed position at mid year. Maurice Iones and Boots Yarbrough stepped out to make room for Io Sanford as business manager, Burt Nixon as ad- vertising executive and Bud Waters as chief ad salesman. The REPORTER sparked its ever changing staff of reporters with dinner dances and informal parties held throughout the year and wound things up with some Z3 editions under its ink spattered belt. Business Staff Sanford-Manager Front row: Weed, Gutnn, Dr. Graber, Rosenow, Spear, McKerchner Back row: Slowey, Green, Barks, Rasmus, Mr, Stewart. Sqmn Pi Sqma PI9SidG1'1f ....... ...... - -- .... Byron Spear ViCG-pIeSidG1'1i .-.. ........ ...... .... R u s sei Rasmus S9CTGfGI'Y ..... ........ - -- ..... Don Pilgrim Treasurer .... ..... .......... A 1 Rosenthau Students who are outstanding in the physics department, both in scholarship and in interest, are mem- bers of Sigma Pi Sigma, the national honorary physcs society. Morningside's Omricon Chapter is one of the first ten chapters to have been organized. The group promotes interest in the advanced study of physics and stimulates individual research. Each spring it assists at the Engineers Exhibit, whici is held in April. -200- Flrst row: Dr. Saunders, Hanson, Mclieown. Hcmooclc Carlson, Brown, Brown, Gibbs,, Lamport, Mitchell, Wallace. Second row: VanderVe1de, Carlsen, Madison, Rice Fiddick, Moon, Oxley. GRACE COLLEGIANS First Semester Second Semester President .,,,,,.,,,,.,.,... Paul Hansen DeWal1 Hildreth Vice-President ....... George Berkstresser George Berkstresser Sec,-Treqs, ,,,,,,..,...... Iohn Miquelon 101111 lVliqL19lOI'1 151 Commission ,,,,......,.. Ihyllis Lane Phyllis LCIIIG 2nd Commission ....... Marjorie Dillehay Marjorie Dillehcry 3rd Commission .... .... Ga yle Webber Dale Masters 4th Commission .... .... D arrell Mitchell Darrell Mitchell Publicity ---,,,,,, ,U Richard Asrnus Richard Asmus Grace Collegians meets on Sunday nights at Grace Meth- odist Church. A fellowship hour with games and good is followed by Church oi youth and a discussion period. It also sponsors various other activities during the year such as a hay ride, picnics, and a Christmas party at the Boys' and Girls' Home. Grace Collegians joins other religious organizations in cooperating with campus-wide functions. -201- Student Our "Prexy" President ....... Vice-president ..... Secretary ......... Treasurer ........... Program Director ..... Social Director ...... Advocate ............ F re shman Director ..... Publicity ................. Member-at-Large ........... Sorority Representative ..... Fraternity Representative ..... Religious Life .............. 6011 ci! --------Burt Nixon ----Marqe Walton -----Ray Speulda ----Chuch Slowey -----Mike Ienkner --------Stan Ienkner Nancy Asmussen ------Mary Burriqht - Dorothy Dokken --------Ma1y Gasser -Mike Shraqowitz -----Ne1son Price First row: R. Wilson, I. Miquelon, M. Dillehay, I. Vcxndorvelcle, T. McKeown, G. Berkstresser M Fld dick, C. Hoper, K. Broclsy, G. Muriorvich, B. Reed, I. Burriqhi. Second row: D. Mitchell, L. Carlberq, C. Held, Carlsen, R. Rasmus, P. Hanson, P. Lane R LeFleur R Rice. KAPPA CHI -Charles Wallace President ............... ....-.-------- ---- Vice-President ............ .........-.--- - Irma VanderVelde Darrell Mitchell Secretary .........-.. ....-------- ----------- -----MGfY Ficldick Treasurer ....... ........ - .--.----- ---- - - - -Dr. Saunders Advisor .... ..-..... ...---------- ------------ -203- Uze 60 map lifau 61116 COSMOPOLITAN CLUB President ..................... Pat Hensley Vice-President .... ..... Ch arlene Stevens Secretary .... ..... M aurine Rathje Tre-asurer----. ...... Russell Rasmus Editor ................. Malcolm Katsurnoto Advisors ...... C. E. Burris and W. H. Roberts The Cosmopolitan Club is an interna- tional organization that furthers friendship, harmony, and understanding among stu- dents of different nations. China, Iapan, Panama, Bolivia, Hawaii, Malaya, and the United States were the countries represented in this year's club at Morningside. The main event sponsored by this club is their open house, held annually on the first Sunday of November. At this event members 'present music and dances of their native lands and display their handicraft and their native costumes. 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