Morningside College - Sioux Yearbook (Sioux City, IA)

 - Class of 1951

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ZX f-'X I+' pk l 4 t presidenta earl a. roadman dean alva tolf dean of women professor of health and physical education coe college. university of chicago mr. olsen business manager dean russell eidsmoe dean of men professor of education yankton college university of minnesota university of chicago mr. clark director of admissions vice-president nelson a. price A dean thomas tweito dean of college professor of history st. olaf college university of minnesota university of iowa university of chicago - .....,-, ................. L--A. mr. bauer professor of sociology iowa wesleyan college northwestern university drake university university of iowa mr. bowman associate professor of history augustana college university of nebraska university of iowa university of omaha mr. hartman assistant director of admissions mrs. kingsbury alumni secretary I mr. walker manager of college book store G' mr. allen assistant professor of physical education head football coach michigan state normal alma college marquette university LX princeton university mr. anderson -J assistant professor in piano Q forte and opera ' university of cologne, germany music academy of cologne mr. cxshb-y professor of livestock marketing university of nebraska nebraska wesleyan university university of minnesota university of illinois mr. black professor of chemistry oklahoma agricultural and mechanical college university of wisconsin cornell university W A miss bowne director of women's physical education coe college university of wisconsin university of iowa i mrs. boyd assistant. professor of spanish university of iowa university of mexico director of athletics mr. bucklngham morningside college stanford university pro il . an U 1 l I I ! I 1 h . ,M W .. ' mr. burks associate professor of en lish university of arkansas duke university columbia university university of iowa mr. bushyager professor of mathematics a'llegheny college ' pennsylvania state college university of michigan mlss dlmmlt dean of, women emeritus professor of ancient languages illinois wesleyan university columbia university university of chicago american school of classical mr. burris ' I librarian Instructor in library science otterbein college bonebrake theological seminary university of chicago mr. castle professor of english university of illinois northwestern university university of michigan mr. droullard Swdiefsf rome assistant professor of mathematics mornmgslde college dubuque university university of wisconsin 'Ai ,, l s 4 sf'-Q V ' 5 fag ...T-M,.-,..f.wM, V Q .. 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' ' -5 4- ? i" f' "" di f f V, X" mr. farm associate professor of religion columbia university drew university mr. flowers associate professor of speech north tegcas state college university of louisiana mr. graber professor of physics dean of men emeritus heidelberg college university of iowa university of michigan columbia university ohio state university university of chicago state university of iowa miss grammer assistant professor and head of music education department university of nebraska university of colorado northwestern university mr. green f instructor-in physics morningslde college state university of iowa X mr. gwlnn registrar I assistant professor of physics morningside college state university of iowa university of minnesota ,z , , f . vnu-or 1 Z I . i r K i.M i mr. hawthorn professor of sociology iowa state college I university of wisconsin mr. Johannaber director of religious activities university of omaha boston university E i i R 1 , .Ml x r 35 s z mr. kucinski head of violin and orchestra 1 . s morningside college . i , of cleveland institute of music X A julliard graduate school of music f, ,I X .QM 1 Q hx. gf. e mr. langley assistant professor in art art institute of chicago -,f. ..-f.., s '- y ,au mrs. maccollin instructor in voice oberlin conservatory of music d. t f th t mommgslde college lrec or o e conserva ory chautauqua summer school of music mr. mcgrew instructor in speech university of minnesota mankato teachers college northwestern university A miss lloyd associate professor of romance languages .sf northwestern university university of paris, france "'5?i'9ii'44j1ffVw university of grenoble, france ii?f1fff?Qifj'jQZ:CX university of rome, italy nlro lowry ,,9fpQf1,'fff.,,t5,, university of florence, italy instructor in w00d.wind 'f ' university of freiburg, germany instruments morningside college 5 university of south dakota mr. maccollin of music professor of voice oberlin conservatory of music 7 morningside college george peabody college for. teachers ,lf I f f from .',, . 3 . . f V -rr , l assoc I ate professo r of e le me nta ry upper iolwa- university zfg,f2""m'! u ri ' Y e rs I tif of c h i c a g 0 -university of iowa , university of minnesota ,f .A mrs. malloy laboratory instructor in drafting iowa state teachers colle e . , 9 immaculate conception academy chicago academy of fine arts ,X miss mather ' 1 ' assistant professor of english boston university ' i . l mr. meloy instructor in biology and chemistry morningside college miss mills professor of english morningside college university of chicago university of michigan university of southern california A A,, bg Vp .,i . ,W A ar if .,VV,x 'qq,b ,I Q . I 'J-., fi Q if" mr. miller r i professor of economics V i illinois wesleyan university i f Q 5 university of chicago ii' i ," Qarrett biblical institute ' 4' university of tennessee harvard university . , r V central college 1 Q Qeeroe Peabody college for teachers ' new Y0rk university mr. morrison associate professor of musical theory michigan state college eastman school of music university of pittsburgh -the george washington university miss murray professor of history morningside college university of illinois columbia university washington university mr. nydegger associate professor of history iowa state college university of nebraska state university of iowa university of southern california rev. orange . lecturer in sociology princeton university university of oklahoma columbia university mr. reistrup morningside college. university of wisconsin chicago musical college mr. SSIIIGIIS professor of biology ohio state university harvard university stone laboratory mr. prltula instructor in physical education university of michigan head of pianoforte department mr. roberts professor of psychology university of rochester teachers college northwestern university newton theological institution yale university miss smith professor of home economics illinois state normal university university of iowa . mr. spornitz . ' instructor in economic theory .pq-tl Y university of north dakota mr st1entJes associate professor of chemistry iowa state teachers college south dakota university university of minnesota mr stewart instructor in voice morningslde college ITIISS sweet instructor in pianoforte morningslde college . - 0 I '54 o Q in 9 ..u' 1 I . -g.1l..... 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Walsh associate professor of philosophy mount allison university boston university harvard university university of london ion miss Woodford assistant professor in pianoforte and history of music U morningside college american conservatory of music university of michigan eastman school of music northwestern university miss tagq instructor in cello indiana university . eastman school of music miss taylor assistant professor in secretarial science central missouri state college university of colorado university of california university of missouri main hall for iiity-one years main hall has served as the center of activities for college students. its halls and its classrooms will be long remembered by those who have passed through them.. even with new buildings being erected on the campus. main hall is still the backbone of campus life. 112 SCICTICC I1 S- x X X XQ X N frm X S xx X X af zQ,i,4fW2f ' w!L'Yf,',ff,f,7f4' ' f 4 ,gf 5 26,0 '7f?ffl7Qf Q, 'f , Z 'Z 7 ff , Q S ,fr ,www xx, I ww if wgrj U fi mw - Zv gf 9 -X x 5 if ' 3 , . .f.. 2 L wah' 55 W Z, X7 xg, M S wi 94 9,2 3 IW- 2 5523 , .QW i , Nw J iii? 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E I' 0 0'i i8-lif Yau fle 8,8 ter te 6 all CamPUS sms K Q5 Ga s 9 YS 0 9 wr' O on freshman - sophomore day, the M club. backed by the entire student body, initiated the "green- beanie" freshman. man- ned with war paint. pad- dles, water and a hose the upperclassmen showed the freshmen who the- campus -authorities were. battered but hap- py. everyone was reward- ed with a free meal and dance sponsored by the student council. O' C ' 3. O O 23 Mow Z0 049 'xv 0 attendant miss loretta yanney 0 homecoming queen miss shirley weber 9 attendant it miss Cltlrisiilinder ' , l Ad miss nancyi asmussen Q . 0 attendant Y oal axw t Y, 5 an claris linder, attendant d val moeller, escort loretta yanney, attendant Weber gerald toss, escort .rye f sux n we gix nancy asrnussen, attendant robert barks, escort l 26 ' 41- S Q 25 events 1 second alpha sigma Q N, ,, , 1 -. sm, -N.- .. 1 P 1:53 ,Q if X Q, K g A, ' NN L' Nt fu, , sky... A U ' N iw "Q- ' www. 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Q55 POW 1'OW 1'OW 17 87 1: s. cowan, i. hohs, e. reniro. k. bengford, d. haugen, t. o'doherty, d. waleryszak Z: b. olsen, r. phillips, 1. fitzgerald, f. lindgren, d. weikert, k. bohlke, i. boice 3: b. merriman, b. fox, l. harpster, W. hatch, b. barks, W. piper, l. moll, c. creqlow row. 4: coach b. pritula, p. starrett, b. pickford, b. hanson, c. irwin, o. iones, e. nelson not present: r. weaver, d. clement, t. whitiord, i. sutherland, i. padys, b. bates, J floyd lindgren clayton droullard most valuable player head freshman coach p Q? john Wickstrom line coach 1 I fl , , 1, 1 , . Q ,' :Y . ..x. 'W' W4 Pd!! ai L51 'I floyd lindgren-tackle wally piper-back darrell hauqen-end albert city. ia. sioux city, ia. sioux city. ia. inen truman o'doherty-tackle brighton, mich. ofthe dave waleryszak-back iack reardon-end bob barks-center Chicago, ill. Clellfoil, mich. orange city, ia. 1 1' M. , AM. . ls ,,L,4 ,M Q WWW aww ' 'lf fm an WW ff Ji ralph weaver-guard loren moll-back bill fox-end sioux city, ia. paullinct, ia. fort dodge. ia. tony levitto-back albany. n. y. iack hohs--center loren ilemingf-end dick wikert-Ijbctck morton grove, ill. earlham, la. omcr cz. ne r. 7? Th-W A 41,31 fs Q . 'K""T'T'7 gf Y -'sta Ya: H XX t Q it ' .Q X 'N X X H . .Al .,. o or , o 4 t Fha , dig. 7 v gtg t t .K """. ' I i fiiff. X f' -fx ed renfro-guard iohn boice-end sioux city. ia. albany. n. y. K " sk: sl 59 k .X f- ,- 5 VN X-3 f SX. Q X . :gg f , 9 'E' M .Wg n X, wi.- ..s,-. . -, . x ed nelson-tackle sioux city, ict. it f o o t b u I I sept. 16 -- there - morningside .... 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Wally piper. loren moll. roq er burke, bob brock: row 2: coach al buckingham, ken file, doug gresham,iohn1aw, dick wiedenfeld, red norris, ed mccabe, ray berry: 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1950 1950 1950 westrrfar .......... 53 dakota Wesleyan- - - 44 ' ' 63 --------61 68 north dakota ,st. .... south dakota st. .... augustana ........ north dakota u2---- north dakoita st. .... omaha university-- souht dakota st. .... basketball scores rnorningside 51 ' ' momingside morningside Washburn - morningside buena vista morningside dubuque -- morningside morningside morningside iowa state teach.-- morningside south dakota u. .... m01'niIlQside ........ north dakota st. .... m01'n-illgside ........ iowa state teach.-- morningside -------- morninqside -------- morningside morninqside -------- momingside morningside -------- qugustqgnq m0rninqSidef,-.----- westmar -- morningside morninqside 9 -mornm' ' gside morningside south dakota u. ---- st. ambrose -------- providence r. i. ----- eva:nsvi11e ind. ----- . north central conference tourney 11:-1151 68 55 57 55 71 '11 81 54 72 82 57 78 68 85 63 75 momingside ---.---- 65 north dakota, st. ---- 56 mom-fngside -------- 74 grinnell ---- ------ -64 m0m111qside -------- 64 south dakota st. ---- 68 nov dec dec dec dec ian ian ian ian ian ian ian feb feb feb feb feb feb feb mch mch mch dec dec dec 25 2 1 4 1 5 20 6 8 12 15 20 27 29 3 5 10 13 20 23 27 5, 13 14 28 29 30 ,ww H1 9 ,Q er . Q H-4 . XX xx-wW+iQ 3 'ff .Q .4-vQ.4.:.p....-114+ 1,4 '-NY,L.....,,.i.,,,.,,n.Y,ai,.,,m,,iN,A,7W,,,,,W,, Nnsn-ung...,.,,,- chuck housh - g ray berry -I Wally piper .- g 5 Q 50 z C: C 'w"" CP' dick Weidenfeld c captain john law eddie mc cabe -f cliff hansen -i Y' Q .if' 75 V ' 1 V 5 '---.f""'1.,.,""'.,,"S,'f' - -4-i M Q-J 5: .5 i' nn 1' ull? i i 'unfni-hrs. row 1: 1950 51 freshman ,OW 2, baslcetball squad row 3: morninqside- - momingside- - momingside- - morningsicle - - morningside- - morningsicle morningside morningside mominqside morninqside morningside morningside morningside walt wagner, bob buckley. wallace krone. william beaulieu, rudy weqher: coach clayton droullard. don christensen. buck miller, keith iohnson, iim buss, bobby hussey. kenneth van der sloot: Willie wicket, bob bennett, verne wylancl. dick norman, red hunter. SCO F65 67 naval reserve ......r. 48 62 s. d. state frosh ....... 51 56 s. d. u. frosh ..... ---- 43 73 town house .......... - 58 70 auqustana frosh ...... 64 85 davenport c1eaners--- 69 54 s. d. state frosh ------ - 51 56 auqustana frosh ------ - 68 51 s. d. u. irosh ---- ---- 5 6 58 curry floor co. ------- 51 78 m'side savings ban.k-- 60 67 olfet air base --------- 61 63 lincoln metz ---- ---- 7 3 X william 1, buci hussey. i ti1e senior class oi195o-51 ,d, dici ,F 1, iames r. anderson richard asmus nancy lee asmussen Irs row south sioux city, nebraska sioux city sioux city b. s. b. s. b, 5, . mdx bacon bruce baker charles bardsley harlan, iowa sioux city sioux city b. s. b. s. b. s. robert earl barks roy beauchene robert e. benson second row orange city, iowa sioux city sioux city b. s. b. s. b. s. fred r. benton frank bridges mllriel burqess sioux city sioux City storm lake, iowa b. m. e. b. a. b. a. . roger burke raymond 1. burnight lindy carlberg fhlrd roW sioux city sioux city ida grove, iowa b. s. b. s. b. a. renaldo carrera Virginia cook bernard cooper panama beacogn, New YUYK sioux city bi S. . FYI. C. b. S. 'C' 6' 3 first row Iyle galusha sioux city b. s. iames gerkin sioux city b. a. paul hansen second row jasper, minnesota third row b. a. leon harbeck sioux city b. s. Carolyn held hinton, iowa b. s. nelda hildreth clear lake, iowa b. m. . manuel o. garrido- kenneth paul gates panama city, panama cherokee, iowa b. s. b- S- kenneth r. gleason iames 'QOH ponca, nebraska S'0Ux CRY b. rn. b. 3. robert hansen glen grove, iowa b. s. darrell haugen sioux city b. S. warren g. held hinton, iowa b. s. robert hooks sioux cit wayne hansen sioux city b. s. iames f.. heacock hornick, iowa b. s. dewall i. hilclrelh rockweil city, iowa b. s. clarice cl. hoper bn a. first row second row third row 1'Oq6l' COX sac city, iowa h. a. charles l. dagle siougc city . S. Woodrow i. davis homer, neibraska b. s. N donald v. doyle sioux city b. s. william enockson sioux city b. s. ken fearing sioux city b. s. . f'2enxq.Q5g in X Q , , X 2 be E 5. N X ieanne Cramer joe Cusfer estherville, iowa Philadelphia, pennsylvania h. S. denny danese roger paul davis sioux city sioux city b. s. b. s. phillip d. devault gene doran sioux city minneapolis, minnesota b. s. b- S- garland dunkelberqer ward b. ellis correctionville, iowa sioux city b. s. b. s. rles w. everett sioux city b. a. lyle iitzgerald fort dodge, iowa b. s. 1 i l 2 . 4 5 5 W, w. Q, me ' r"' .2 mg-'N ' f. x S5 2' .N . . . e .N 'lf "S . - . .. . K S . 29 . f 9 Q . f 'g f x.-hfz fg' K . f PA 4 MG WQA, , VX ' 5. , L, , I first row second row third row floyd lindgren albert city, iowa b. s. ierome v. manley sioux city b. s. ben W. medcalf o'neil, nebraska b. s. c. iohn miquelon sioux city b. s. loren moll paullina, iowa b. s. gerald nelson sioux city by. s. frainces lundell kirohn, Jowa mcrrgaret marksbury siogx city . 3. bert merriman sioux city b. s. dcrrrell mitchell perry, iowa b. a. le roy nagel boone, iowa b. m. e. warren g. nelson jackson, minnesota b. s., don mc carthy aknon, iowa b. m. e. dean marshall spirit lake, iowa b'. m. e. keith meYe1' alta, iowa b. s. kenneth moll paullina, iowa b. s. don nelson sioux cifY b. s. qus nernitz. il'- sioux city b. s. first row second row third row charles irwin sioux city b. s. daniel 1. iohnson sioux city b. s. roy e. iohnson sioux city b. a. don d. kauitman ames, iowa b. s. don e. larson sioux city b. a. e. g. leapley sioux city b. a. matthew ienkner chicago, illinois b. s. harry a. iohnson washta, iowa b. s. n. chester ioslin sioux city b. s. karl f. kletschke park ridge, illinois b. s. paul law pierson, iowa b. s. doris leivestad inwood, iowa b. m. e. stanley ienkner chicago, illinois b. a. ioan rae iohnson sioux city b..a. shoii katayama los angeles, california b. a. earl vy. landsberg sioux city b. m. e. larry laydu siogx Scity Claris linder hartley, iowa b. m. e. i , ff'1i1..fz.s s 'Q ,iw MPM' Q NW 412 1 , 1 roqer rohlis carol brewer rutledge kenneth saqer sioux city early, iowa sioux city b. s. b. m. e. b. s. kathleen i. sanford alan herman schatz clan' c. .scoff milford, iowa sioux city Iaw1:0l'1, '0Wa b. a. b. s. b- S- ramon seqiston panama city, panama b. a. bonnie mae stark gaza, iowa b. s. harold w. strunk sioux city b. s. allen tasker sioux city b. S. robert i. shule-nberger sioux city b. s. Charlene stevens lakota, iowa b. a. robley v. stuart sioux city b. s. robert eldon taylor red oak, iowa b. a. beverly spielman sioux city b. rin. e. myrl f. stott sergeant bluff, iowa b. a. anton sunclades sioux city b. s. albert thacker south sioux city, nebraska b. s. pat nordstrom sioux city b. a. paul s. paulsen west allis, wisconsin b. a. evelyn perrin second row rolfe, iowa b. m. e. Wally piper sioux city b. s. nelson price sioux city b. a. harold h. raih merrill, iowa b. s. robert norris sioux city b. s. alex pelelo sioux city b. s. mary lou pettit grand rapids, michigan b. a. larry pipkin siogix city . 8. harry r. pruden hartford city, indiana b. s. maurine rathie atkins, iowa b. a. william omer sioux city h- s. don pelton sioux city b. s. don pilgrim south sioux city, nebraska b. a. iean plummer sioux city b. a. rudolph ranieri clifton height, pennsylvania b. S. ray calvin robison vallonia, indiana b. s. wr- l 'QQQ ,ww- Y 'N . Y .4 X '- iw , as ,B .. 3 K- 4? first row second row third row leo tokarczyk howard W. tolles esfhel' CI- sioux city sioux city Vanden b1'OCk b- S- b- 5- sioux city irma vandervelde b' S' emmetsburg, iowa b. a. ralph Weaver shirley Weber robert q. Webster sioux city irvington, iowa sioux city h, 5, b. a. b. S. edward weed beverly Welton iohn Wickstrom ute, iowa sioux city ' sioux city b. S. b. 3. b, 5, richard i. Weidenfeld gabriel b. Wilch ir. tom Wissing san diego, california mason City, iowa sioux city b. s. b. s. b, S, SY1V1CI WOIH robert n. Woodworth loretta yanney Sm'-fx C'tY SiOUX city sigux city b- a. bi S- b' al .,.,f the junior class of 1950-51 . richard k. aalfs beverly andrews ward r. arnold flrsf row akron, iowa chicago, illinois Iafayette, indiana aleclz asbmore m-elford bardsley i gladys martha behling S'0UX C'fY sioux citv los angeles, california harriett bikakis duane a. botlien kqdy brodsky Second row sioux city Sioux City rapid city, south dakota fred brown edwin chrusciel harold e. coffman sioux city chicago, illinois hillsboro, indiana - iohn crowley bob deaton robert fritz fhlrd row sioux city dallas, texas holstein, iowa bill gales paul griffin luanne gustafson Sioux CNY 'sioux city sac city, iowa robert lindberg sloa n, iowa iohn mc mullen sioux city val moeller quirn by, iowa sally ann nissen beresford, south dakota Vivian oleson third row Sioux Sify norma iean peters gilmore city, iowa A iames mc gill harrison, new jersey ianice miller hudson, south dakota edalene moone sioux city duane oleson s i o u x c ity don oxenford pleasant beach, new york charles polley s i o u x c ity L... first row richard throne louis i. tokarczyk glen 1'- WCI11i1'1 battle creek, michigan sioux city south sioux city, nebraska karl warner charles 1. waiters sioux city washington, pennsylvania second row don Welton everly wissink iohn b. wolff sioux city sioux center, iowa sioux city kenneth henry woodrum duane e. zlmmer lake park, iowa minot, north dakota ff.-H vt' W first row second row third row Wallace propst sheldon, iowa ed renfro sioux city keith n. sharp sioux city chcamaine reed norman reid osmond, nebraska sioux city I glen reynolds bonnie schrader sioux falls, south dakota rudd, iowa eldon simonse-n diana sinning merrill, iowa lake view, iowa harold skidmore earl smith rollin ross sgdel-ling sioux city rapid city, south dakota Sioux city tom steinback thomas d. stoddard ronald dean stonebrook sioux city battle creek, michigan cedar rapids, iowa don strandburg dorothy sullenger milo thompson sioux city sioux city sioux city Q the sophimore class of 1950-51 first row dorothy anderson homer, nebraska dessie bikakis s io u x city second row Vi1'qiIliCI booth third row sioux city icmet burg wallingford, iowa james i. cannon manchester, michigan nancy cline sioux city richard 1. anshutz sioux city stuart bliss sioux city betty borchers Iemars, iowa robert burtness s i o u x c i ty marcella carlson farnhamsville, iowa nancy clyde sioux city richard bequin sioux city robert bonnes h i nton, iowa leon brewer early, iowa norma Caldwell s i o u x c i 'CY irances casperS0n woodbinev iowa ioan r. collins galva, iowa ZQQ- fs , -1.42. , lb, fu 5555: 4 - yas-, swat., i?z32f5f4 SA is . ., as a ?-NS? f JA .5 f ij: all S-w E 'n H95 a 61' a ell on inS a third row second row third row ioe cutler sioux city dennis dow sioux city robert eidsmoe siou x city delores gabriel Ianai city, hawaii von dell glaser norfolk, nebraska mary claire gunderson ames, iowa georgia dandos sioux city derrell dow sioux city donald fielder manchester, michigan marqie gasser sioux city iim qoltz sioux city betty hagan sioux city i SW ft. xx Q,- virginia devaul rolfe, iowa bob downs titonka, iowa iirn fowler rockwell city, iowa isabelle gibbs klem me, iowa richard greenlee gownie, iowa iim hamilton sioux city JP' 5- x -I ,gl if 2' W 1-ji Q i ' 'x fix 'K if is- Q f 'f 1,',,.3 i bifbh- 4 first row second row third row f2fz',i-5a,. - W L A ' , K1 yrs 5 , 4 I ga . YW, 4 "fi A2 5 A H2153 My if , is L, u N ,Z 'S' y 3 ,rl u 2 Af' ,, , -I 51" evelyn louise lauterbach john law qlleen lindquist CICS m0iI16S, iowa pierson, iowa arthur, iowa iris lintner mary io lockard daphne mayorqa ocheyedan, iowa sioux city panama city, panama pat mc burney la moyne messenger thomas james mc donald mapleton, iowa woodbine, iowa sioux city charles mc nutt maryanna melby ioanne miller CHSUIHH, iowa oakes, north dakota council bluffs. iowa roger miller don 1. minor iune mousley sioux city sioux falls, south dakota providence, rhode island dave if musselman marlene mary mylan bruce norris 5'0UX Clfy remsen, iowa mondamin, iowa . in 'V ig . i wrzg fr- U 6 I W iw 4 Gr WW gd m fi fth fr , K , , M mgdimeg, -N . i 254 if in 4 41 ,IW , 'f A wr I Clifford hansen la verne, iowa raymond heeney h ubbard, nebraska dean huqhes Secgnd rgw dickens, iowa ioyce iensen schleswia, iowa elaine iones hinton, iowa annamae koole Sheldon, iowa wtf--i carolyn hanson em metsburg, iowa mary herke graettinger, iowa darwin hunt sibley, iowa elaine iohnson nemaha, iowa mary kalskett moorehead, iowa eddie c. kwan canton, china gayle harrison hinton, iowa marilyn hinkley s i o u x city robert iamieson sioux city evert iohnson sioux city roy knutson sioux city alan r. larson sioux city 6 17 .Q f,A X 1 3. "":' 'Q Q X Q N gg li x H first row second row third row carol scott marcus, iowa don shoemaker shenandoah, iowa bob soiseth sioux city Winston h. sun peking, china iames r. tice 3l90na, iowa carroll e. usher rowan, iowa .g , 77 1,-M . f. K , . t ,e,.f4,'..:1W,x 1Efi1f' 4' 9-fs.,-3f"?"?e:-.Lic . , ,7.-,. ::.,. -. 5 Q . elisabeth shillinglaw sioux city ioan share sioux city mollie skafi sioux city ianice slupe sioux city arnold sun tientsin, china betty stark sioux city carol mae thompson kanawha, iowa barbara thompson sioux city kan trivitayakul bangkok, siam malvina tott sioux city marilyn vanderberq le roy Vestal sioux center, iowa sioux city gf, mqngx.. , f A awww ,M U, its gin, V l , 2, i i ioanne nunemaker shirleen nystedt bob o'donne11 fiI'S'l' YOW Sioux City Cherokee, iowa sioux city VYOTIHG moskviq ioan owen iennilea turrentine patch F0lfey 'OW-3 glen ollyn, illinois sioux city kathleen peiersen carlton peterson bob phelps second row Woodbine, iowa sioux city sioux City mary anne rasmusson pat reback iirn reed manson, iowa sioux city peterson. iowa rebecca rice la donna rispalie iim rose row tougloo, mississippi sioux City sioux city richard m. rugqles perry rulledge allen sadler chicago, illinois early, iowa correctionville, iowa Rx xx 'fb X f rnunei waiderner 's9?h , iowa - qtant vincent hrst row sm, city ,,. kenneth waters qayie Rweber sioux city sioux city euqene w. weich iarnes L Whitehouse second row sioux city cherokee, iowa carol wiison ruih wilson Qnawa, iowa sac city, iowa -gvonnie qanneq 3011 2-393 third row Sim my tehefan' "an Ce zeihner raymond zeihnet iawton, iowa bm iawton, iowa sb- Nt X SY NX 'ffl X 3 K s is x X -Q X 1 Wt X tw 'Q x X tg li X 1 xv XX .Q so xix. .s 3 Q tx Vx 1 Q it 2 2 S if N i--V ' ' f L the freshman class of 1950-51 first row second row third row C, dale alberts sioux city janet babb battle creek, iowa art barrett sioux city bob beck sioux city lois beune odge, nebraska ellen brauninger correctionville, iowa keith albright sioux city violet baker si oux city don beals sioux city robert bennett sioux city sally blake atlantic, iowa merlin a. anderson sloan, iowa kenneth ballantyne sioux city bill beaulieu sioux city barbara benton sioux city ioan bleil kingsley. iowa douglas burr robert buckley sag city, iowa sioux city ' sw Nix - 1 so t XX X Xxm XX Q X A t 'W' , s sv, , jean eddy flrsf rQW aurelia, iowa joyce ford spirit lake, iowa aliane irey second row Sioux my david e. gell sioux city hugh glissman row sibley, iowa betty ann edson morris, minnesota io ann fouts sioux city james galli sioux city darlene gerdes burton, minnesota marilyn qoodwin sioux city stan greigq dorothy grosvenor sioux city pocahontas, iowa My P .Q - 1 V 3,1:3.,g:tz.x. ' min' 'T carlene erikson s i o u x city jeff iraser mason city, iowa gilbert garcia richmond, california james 1. gleason sioux city delbeft qottsch sioux city patricia grube sioux city first row second row third row iimmie buss dow city, iowa iames carlson sioux city richard chilson sioux city don Christensen marathon, iowa vernon davidson Ia verne, iowa evelyn decker sioux city allen kay butcher mgrfon Calvert sioux city Cantgn patty carpenter onawa, iowa , south dakota chuck carter sioux city ioan. chittenden barbara Christensen sioux city roger clemensen sioux city richard davis sioux city gertrude draayom sioux city sioux city larry coomes sheldon, iowa geraldine day cherokee, iowa ianet durlin sioux city i 3 1 3 X Q g X N ews-a.f?f Vi . X XF' -'-, K ' ' N X X D e S first row second row third row wallace krone sioux city arlo lehr sioux city mark link sibley, iowa leland lynberq sioux city frank mc queen kingsley, iowa ierry maiorowiz rolfe, iowa charles krusenstierna richard larsen odebolt, iowa newell, iowa muriel leivestad allen wayne llndQTen inwood, iowa albert citY, l0Wa don long robert luse sac city, iowa sioux city mary mc cauley sherman mc kinley spirit lake, iowa south sioux city. nebraska sonya mackintosh milton madden chicago, illinois Dlel'S0l1, l0Wa donna marshall helen menanclakiS spirit lake, iowa sioux Gif! 72 , , ieasie hadden io ann hammersirom berncxdine hickey flrsf row prlmgh-EF, i0Wa sioux city sanborn, iowa ioyce hicl-:ey garry hicks helga hoifmcm aurelia, iowa sloan, iowa sioux city connie horton charles houck conrad lloyd hove second row Merrill, iowa sioux falls, south dakota hawarden, iowa delores hughes eddie hull audrey iohnson whiting, iowa Sioux city sheldon, iowa keith iohnson lee ann iohnson wqllqce e. iohnson row sioux city sioux city titonka, iowa bruce kammcxrmeyer beverly kiinsey ioqn kieer fort dodge, iowa sioux center, iowa SIOUX CNY V W 5 X sk K e,x koi, Q . gat? is s , Wm ,, X. x .N--, it Q-'j i' New first row second row third row duane trille spirit lake, iowa carolyn vincent s io u x city lynn whyte rockwell city, iowa rose ann windrath sibley, iowa margaret wood woodbine, iowa frederick young paullina, iowa don vanderwicken s io u x city kane wagqoner los angeles, california wihna wickland lanesboro, iowa billy winkelma loltville, iowa I1 beverly vick spirit lake, iowa ioanne Whaley spirit lake, iowa tom williams milford, iowa arlys witlrock sutherland, i0Wa ruth wood nancy yager hawarden, iowa montgomery, iowa ken zeising zean zurcher sioux city south sioux city, r1ebPaSka f first row second row third row bruce meyer merrill, iowa bessie nee shanghai, china dick norman shelby, iowa miles patton. ir. sioux city clarlene ripple spencer, iowa paul selby parker, south dakota south beverly ioan miller anne murray sioux city CO1'CI nee shanghai, china dorothy park chappaqua, new york marilyn peterson elk point, south dakota bob ruchinsky sioux city alfred shinkunas s io u x c ity bob sullivan sioux city, nebraska alice suzuki spreckelsville, maui, hawaii Wm. uv 990 -qg-ref -47" sioux city dora nee shanghai, china r. william parsons sioux city alma ruth rexwinkel orange city, iowa mollie Schwartz primghar, iowa marlene sorensen pi sga h , iowa ag 4 6' 5, ' vis , . 550, - Ywv ,K Al Y ii . iz' W.: tin, X' Z! .f ix gf!! l KXXXX v , t , , richard nancy asmus asmussen bob darrell barks haugen , ,X wl1o's who chuck stanley irwin ienkner dons margaret leivestad marksbury each year outstanding seniors are given recognition for scholar- ship, leadership and participa- tion in extra-curricular activities. they are honored by being elected for who's who in ameri- can colleges and unive-rsities. the election is made by a com- mittee of faculty, students and administrative officials early in the fall. bob paul norris paulsen Wally nelson piper price we Uma John t vandervelde wicksu-om l shirley ralph v as t weber weaver XR Q at it .ix , , ,X i W -, IW? 2,111 1 if 1' ffl' I X 45' gfmowmwwf . : X M W .. Xi 1 m XY XX X. X x S 1 L.: . 5 . X 1 K K' ' J We iirffi . fx ,Q k . . V Tw? .ax , '- ,fpkyav I -'Ni x w K., .WA , , X. 5 iii ws X R i Qg ax ft Qrganlzations C olle 0 315 0 feb the collegian reporter, in its third off year as a newsmagazine was pilot- ef ed by nelson price, editor-in-chief, and bob phelps, managing editor. the magazine boasted an editorial staff, other than the top two-, of hughes. peters, burtness, mc carthy, and eidsmoe. other men oi im- portance, were photographer art barrett, artist evert johnson, and exchange editor, iim rose. the busi- ness staii was headed by io sanford with larry pipkin acting as adver- tising manager and chuck everett as salesman. a host of reporters also slaved on the magazine. the collegian reporter published 22 editions throughout the year and ed . made a wide-coverage of all cam- I fo pus activities. the superiority oi the fs collegian reporter was also dem- Phe I onstrated in its being awarded a ps high rating by the associated col- Uh d legiate press. p , r, C 6 seated, l. to r.: b. eidsmoe, b. phelps, n. peters, seated. 1. to r.: m. sorenson, e. decker, m. kalsket, d. mc carthy, n. price, d. larson. b. phelps. standing, 1. to r.: g. Wallin, b. burtness, m. walder- standing, l. to r.: b. winkelman, k. iohnson, g. hoefer, mer, b. bostrom, d. hughes. i. burg, i. goltz. M if 'LJ K. L- '-.,-, 1 . , - sie: N ,, W i f 1 iq, f e ft W N. 15 . 3 officers president ........-... nancy asmussen first vice-president---carol b. rutledge second vice-presidentushirley weber secretary ............ bonnie schrader treasurer ...............-. mary herke every woman at morningside is a member of agora. its activities throughout the year are varied and are aimed to give special recogni- tion to its members. its first activity in the fall is the all-campus sing. iust before christznas agora sponsors the leadership banquet which recognizes the oficers of organizations and honors a distinguished woman of the year. profits from the spring carnival go to pay all the expenses of its Aactivities for the following year. the mother-daughter banquet finished another successful year for agora. officers president ............ dick GSmuS secretary ...,......... pat mC burney the sons and daughters of former moming- siders are organized in the papoose club. here students attempt to carry on the morningside traditions left to them by their parents and grandparents. the papoose club acts as a stepping-stone between alumni and students. the parents of the papoose were specially rec- ognized on parent's day. agora board papoose club first row, l. to r.: c.. stevens, s. Weber, b. schrader. g. har- rison. second row, 1. to r.: 1. buene. n. asmussen, c. rutledge, lc. brodsky. first row, 1. to r.: b. winkelman. pat mc burney. m, gasser, m. burgess, b. phelps. second row, l. to r.: m. hinkley. v. harper, i. miller, r. wilson. v. de vaul. thifd row, 1. to r.: 1. brewer. r. cox, r. asmus, k. fearing. officers president ......... iosephine sandiord vice-president ........ stanley ienkner secretary-treasurer ....... pat pentony first row, 1. to r.: e. brauninger, r. windrath, i. miller, m, gasser, v. de vcxul, k. petersen, d. miller, n. asmussen. second row, 1. to r.: m. kalskett, e. iones, b. borchers. n. hubbard, p. pentony, 1. mes- senger, m. wcxldemer. c. hanson, i. iensen. third row, 1. to r.: v. oskvig, m. calson, i. slupe, g. draayon, c. hoper, v. hcrrper, m. vanderberg. first row, 1. to r.: b. stark, i. patch, b. thompson, d. bikakis, 1. yanney, m. lockard, m. hinkley, l. rispalie. second row. 1. to r.: m. burqess. s. Weber, S. nystedt, e. lauterbach, r. wilson. third row, 1. to r.: d. pilgrim, d. 1arson,-m. shrcxgg, r. stuart, g. poltng, r. barks. r. hanson, I. bridges, f. lundell. v. booth, a. koole, i. sandford, r. hcxrtin, inter-sorority council ll seated. 1. to r.: miss taylor, miss toli, b. schrader, i. iohnson miss sweet -standing. 1. to r.: s. Weber, m. marksbury. m. olson, b. wel on n peters d Slnnlnq c hnder the inter-sorority council is comprised oi three representatives from each sorority,- t.he advisors oi each sorority, and miss tolf. who acts as general advisor. the purpose ot the council is to co-ordinate the activities of the sororities on campus and to supervise and set up the rushing program. the organization's only officer is a secretary. which rotates from year to year to the various sororities. the secretary this year is ioan iohnson. seated. l. to r.: e. perrin. d. sinninqf m- der. m. melby. Q. i0hI1S0n- officers president .......,... ,, -------------Shirley weber V1Ce'P1'eS1de11f- ------- ----.-- - -norma iean peters SeC1'elCI1'Y ----------- -------. .--... - - -rebecca rice f1'CISl11'91' --------------..--. ..... In Crryanna melb Y chaplain ................... ..... b onnie schrader advisor ............................ ..... m iss toli the women's self governing association is composed of all the wome-n living in the dormitory. a house council of eleven members elected by the girls in the dormitory is given the responsibility of administering the affairs of the house. this year a new office has been added to the council which is the chaplain. also an empty room has been made into a chapel. some of the social events traditionally sponsored by the. w. s. g. a. are the halloween party. thanksgiving and christmas activities, annual birthday party and the donn formal. rathie, r. rice, n. peters. i. ford. a. koole, k. brodsky. b. schra- standing. 1. to r.: mrs. smith. miss tolf, s. weber. w. S. 8. al officers president .-.-.......... charles daqle vice-president ...-...... pat n0rdStr0m secretary-treasurer ...... dale masters advisor ............. ...... m r. meloy this year the biology club turned i.nto a greek letter club. beta kappa. meetings are held bi-monthl in the biolo lab of the new science Y GY hall. movies, guest speakers, recreation, and refreshments make up the evening's program. in addition to the regular meetings the mem- bers plan 'several field trips. officers president ............... -keith meyer vice-president ........ roy beauchene secretary .-..--.......... ---paul law treasurer -..-----.--.. iames heqcock the obiect of the chemistry club is to serve as a means of stimulating a spirit of friendliness and cooperation among the chemistry students at morningside college. the sponsor gf the chemistry club is dr. r. e. black. beta kappa g. Webber, d. masters. p. law. c. dagle, k. meyer. d. masters. m. garrido. chemistry C lil first row, 1. to r.: m. lewis. p. nordstrom. m. rcrthie. c. dagle. second row. l. to r.: mr. meloy. first row, 1. to r.: r. beauchene. 3 second row, 1. to r.: b. ploof. i. heacock. g. Weber. a. larson. if' 'Y P, an QW sewn! 1. hed' lhifd r. T0 buffi' ti sedte iohns b. sta stand wood kerl. Presi vice Secre treqg histo the P Voled of Q04 sdenc F111 Q1 :Hs cle 1h.'f,j qreflie ll0nql 0 ,ep Oqtsid Fhepl ls me bequmeier N Chehe mum IW' heqmgk iirst row, 1. to r.: dr. m. e graber. p x P, griffin, r. beauchene, mr. 3 to gene green, mr. gwin. qmendjin as second row. 1. to r.: e. weed. u'f!s1udeeSs i. heacock, c. dagle. d. pilgrim 'Wm of all third row, 1. to r.: r. miller. e r. rohlfs, r. stewart. d. strand burq, keith meyer. P m. lewis, p. seated, 1. to r.: e. lauterbach, e. tie, C. daqle. iohnson, m. peterson. r. wilson L, mr' meloyl b. stark, c. scott, d. gabriel. H sters. standing. l. to r.: b. stark, mf bequC1i9ne' meyef. Ir' b. r.w1"f50n ido. pre-engineers club wood, p. lane, v. harper, d. vol kert. i. owen. officer, home economics club pfesidenf ----- ----- - -Joy beauchene V1Ce'President ........ don strandsburg SeCre1a1'Y ---- ------ ....... p a ul griftin tr.eaSul'e1'- - - ,-,- ------ - - edward Weed hlsto ' 1' lan- ---- --.. ........ d o n pilgrim the P1'e'e1'!Qineers club is an organization de- V0ted to scientific pursuits and the promotion Of. qood fellowship among those interested in Eugenie. it not only includes future engineers. . u G so those Y01-Inq people who are interested m.phYSiCS, mathematics. biology and chemical science. the ultimat 329121911 background in their individual voca- In: tl helds. the club does this in its bi-monthly to e UIQ' where Part of the program is dedicated O t'FP01'iS and lectures by the members and thu Sldg Speakers. is eu?nmU1'Y function of the pre-engineers club m F Sponsoring of "science night" on the ommQS1de college campus. e aim of the club is to provide a officers president ................ bonnie stark vice-president ...... evelyn lauterbach secretary-treasurer ........ ruth wilson the home econonmics club is oiiiciated with the iowa home economics association. the club has 20 members who are or have been enrolled in home economics courses. the club has had a very interesting program. the members made a tour of t.he methodist hospital kitchen and nurses' home. at christmas they prepared and served a dinner made of foreign foods. the club celebrated its third birthday in ianuary at a' special party at which miss dixnmitt was a guest. a visit to miss mc-nee's home, a visit to a hotel kitchen, a program on Hower ar- rangements, and a program by a buyer in a department store were also enioyed by the members. officers first semester second semester P1'eSiCle1'1f ................ -doris leivestad ........ everly wissink vice-president .........,,, ,sally nissen ,-,-.,,--,-, sally nissen recording secretary ....... iean cramer ......... yvonne oskvig corresponding secretary--,everly wissink ...... marcella carlson treasurer ................. virginia cook .... mary c. gunderson Warden .................. carol b. rutledge ...... virginia booth Chaplain ................. nelda hildreth ...... shirleen nystedt advisor ................. ,miss sweet ............... miss sweet the phi zeta chapter of mu phi epsilon the national music sorority in the professional field, is composed of those students and faculty women of the conservatory who are superior in scholarship and musicianship. the chapter has been active at morninqside since 1929. the iounder's day recital and pledge recital are outstanding activities of the year's program. seated, 1. to r.: i. Cramer, m. carlson, miss sweet. standing, l. to r.: b. spielman, v. cook, d. leivestad, e. perrin, m. rasmusson, s. nissen, e. wissink, c. rutledge, n. hildreth, m. gunderson, c. reed, v. oskvig, v. booth. .. 'lu. mu phi epsilon I 1 87 s. nystedt, officers president ,,,-,,,........ bob eidSI'I10e vice-president ........ georgia dandos secretary .-----,,,,,,... eleCtnO1' m0lI11' treasurer ............. .... Cl On 1CI1'SOI1 pi kappa delta is the national honorary foren- sic fraternity on mor.ningside's campus. in order to gain membership it is necessary to earn distinction in speech, either in t.he fields of debate, oratory, extemporaneous speaking or discussion. this year four members attended the national convention at oklahoma a 6. m during the spring. -new members who recently were initiated at a banquet initiation are ioe kennedy and duane tritle. officers president .......... .... - eleanor mohl. vice-president ....- .,,-, - ,--roger Cox dianna sinning secretary-treasurer ..... --pqt pentony members of sigma tau delta, the honorary eng. lish fraternity, meet and discuss modern classi. cal literature of various type. proiects for this year include the study of a modern and a classi- cal novel, a modern play, and some modem poetry. in addition members contribute samples of their own writing to the sigma tau delta "1-ec. tangle" which contains writing representative of the work of students in many colleges. pi kappa delta dos, e. mohr, b. schrader. b eidsmoe. second row. 1. to r.: m. thompson r. asmus. RX S "'i . ,,hL -... 5 A . r. cox. sinning, i. slupe. Sigma tau delta first row, 1. to r.: n. price, g. dan- d. larson, r. davis, mr. mc grew, first row, l. to r.: p. pe11f0I1Yf e. mohr, miss mills, b. schrader, second row, l. to r.: i. salie, d- Utohr l' Cox filling niflny C USsi- Clasgi. grew, tonYf ader, el d' grace collegians seated, l. to r.: m. mc cauley, m. wood, i. litner, i. gates, lc peterson, r. rice. Ls! i standing, 1. to r.: mr. iohanna ber, i. vandervelde, g. weber d. masters, w. propst, d. tritle d. mitchell, r. iohnson, r. wilson ti first row, 1. to r.: e. moone, r. rice i. collin, i. vandervelde. second row, 1. to r.: mr. iohan naber, r. cox, d. hancock, d mitchell. thi.rd row, 1. to r.: b. zellmer. c. usher, d. shoemaker. kappa chi officers President ---.-..... ---irma vandervelde ViCe'PI'9Slde1'1l ...,,,,.-----,- keith meyer secretary-treasurer .......... rebecca rice world friendship and community service ........ roy johnson W01' Ship --.. ....... ....... i s abelle gibbs 1' ecl' 9415011 ..... ......... m arcella Carlson Publiflily --... ............ i ohn miquelon Grace collegians meets on sunday nights at grace methodist church. a fellowship hour of recreation IS followed by church of youth and a discussion period. it also sponsors various other activities dufmq the year such as a hayride and picnics. grace collegians cooperate with the other religious Ofqanizations in campus-wide functions. officers presldent .................. paul hansen vice-president ........... edalene moone secretary ........ - ....... rebecca rice treasurer ................ eugene lamport -carrol usher -mr. iohannaber deputation teams ............ joan collins marshall ........... ..... advrsor ............ - - kappa chi is made up of the students planning to enter into full time christian service. one of the main proiects during the year is the forming of deputation teams to go to churches around sioux city. among some of the other activities are picnics, swimming parties and co-operation with the religious groups in campus affairs. officers i president -,-,-,-----,., dean hancock vice-president ........ bonnie schrader secretary-treasurer ...... iune mousley publicity and membershipuioan collin christian heritage commission ....... muriel waldemer world relatedness ......... mary herke social responsibility commission ......... lroretta yanney personal and campus affairs -,,,---,,.-,... dessie bikakis the student christian asociation is an all campus organization. inspirational and thought-provok- ing programs are planned for general meetings: commision groups work on community and campus proiects. these activities fulfill the purpose of living the best christian life as an individual through study and work together. among its social events the s. c. a. mixer during freshman week is a standout. officers president ........-......... charles i1-win vice-president ................ bob non-is secretary ........... margaret marksbury treasurer .................... don nelson program director ........ stanley ienkner social director ............... bob benson advocate ..................... ray berry freshman director ...... bonnie schrader publicity .............. norma jean peters member-at-large ........ muriel waldemer sorority representative ...... claris linder fraternity representative ..... nelson price religious life .............. dean hancock the student council co-ordinates and governs views and problems at morningside. every spring qn active campaign by various parties is carried on. at this time the council which will express the student viewpoint for the entire following year is elected. the council tries to promote harmony be- tween the students and the faculty and among the various campus organizations. this year the student council was ably led by president, "chuck" irwin who kept all the meetings running smoothly, making it possible for the 1950-51 council to fulfill their duties as elected representatives of their fel- low students. S. C. 6. f son, p. pentony, e. moone, r wood. d. hancock. d. mitchell. stude seated. l. to r.: c. linder. n. peters. m. waldemer, b. schrader. m. marksbury. c. irwin, r. berry. standing, l. to r.: d. nelson. d. hancock. n. price. mr. castle. b. benson, b. norris. tcouncH first row. 1. to r.: l. messenger, m. waldermer, i. collin. b. soren- second row, l. to r.: v. de vaul, k. petersen, m. herke, d. an- derson, r. rice, r. wilson. i. van- dervelde, l. yanney, g. draayon. third row, 1. to r.: mr. iohan- naber, k. wagner, d. shoemaker. d. tritlei c. usher, d. pelton. 1. to r.: b. bonnes. n. price. g. wallin, m. shragg, w. held. reid. first row, l. to r.: k. fearing. m. ileming, k. bengford. f. lindgren, b. hanson, 1. laydu. i. hohs, r. WSCVSI. second row, l. to r.: k. moll, b. merriman, d. haugen. 1. iitz- gerald. i. reardon, l. moll, l. pipkin. third row, 1. to r.: r. berry, i. custer, b.enockson, W. piper, d. waleryszak. b. fox. i. wickstrom, r. barks. inter-fraternity council HITIH club officers e president -------. ........ m ike shrcrgg vice-president .--------- --Wan-en held secretary-treasurer ....,,- norman reid Student C0unCi1 -......... -nelson price U10 lriteiffraternity council is instrumental in eslahhshlng the policy of the three social fra- ternities on the morningside campus. it sets uf dlh? ru-lei fffl' Pledging and supervises the Fe 911129 activities. the council meets regularly b0 ma e sure that the fraternities are abiding Y the rules laid down by the inter-fraternity Council. two members represent each fraternity. officers president ............... ralph weaver vice-president ........... charles irwin secretary .................. ray berry treasurer ......-...... darrell haugen go. men of the "m"! here are the men for whom the crowd cheers. the "m" club boasts the membership of all men who have won maior letters in inter-collegiate athletics. although seldom meeting, the "m" club is probably one of the busiest organizations on campus. every night its members are busy running down punts, driving in for setups. taking time trials. or batting homeruns. officers president ....-............ sally blake vice-president ........ donna marshall sceretary ............... phyllis runge treasurer ..,,,.,,,,,,.,. joan albrecht early each fall ishkoodah is organized to bring together all the new freshman girls so that thhey may become acquainted. all freshmen girls are members. ishkoodah meets twice a month and a varied program is presented. the mem- bers arrange and administer their own activi- ties. t.h.is year ishkoodah won second place in the all-campus sing, entered a float in the homecoming parade, and entered a basketball team in the girls' intramural basketball tourna- ment. officers president ,-...... ---charlene stevens vice-president ......... dolores gabriel secretary .......... -daphne mctyorga treasurer .......... .... In Clurine rdthie the cosmopolitan club has been established with the purpose of promoting better under- standing among students of fereign countries and those students of the united states who are interested in learning about different nationali- ties. the club holds an annual open house where exhibits from the countries represented are shown. this demonstration is fo-llowed by a program with an international theme. at each monthly meeting a program from a dif- ferent country is presented. the program is followed by a dinner of that country. this year in the club are students from: bolivia, chile, germany, greece, guatemala. hawaii, iran, panama, peru, puerto rico, siam, and the united states. I ishlcoodah first row, l. to r.: g. day, s. blake, vestad, In. mccauley, i. hadden, seco-nd row. l. to r.: i. ford, i. babb. m. yager, p. carpenter, a. rexwinkel, b. kinsey, s. de long, c. thompson, d. grosvenor, i. eddy, i. hickey, a. suzuki, p. grube. third row, l. to r.: a. iohnson, h. waugh, s. mackintosh, a. wittrock. first row, l. to r.: m. rathie, c. stevens, c. nee, a. suzuki. d. nee. second row, 1. to r.: e. kwan, h. hoffman, d. gabriel, h. men- ondakis, d. mayorga, r. carrera. third row, 1. to r.: w. sun, i. koo. e. wong, cr. sun. cosmopolitan club m. schwartz, i. whaley, m. lei- manuscript first row. l. to r.: e. mohr, d. hughes. d. larson, p. pentony, i. salie. second row, l. to r.: mr. burks, m. stott, miss lloyd. first row. l. to r.: mr. hawthorn. b. schrader, m. russo, v. hum mell, mr. bowman, mr. bauer. h. schwartz, h. rath, miss mcnee. miss murray. second row, l. to r.: d. pelton r. weaver. i. broom-e. d. haugen r. asmus. dean t. tweito, mr miller. president e. a. roadman. pi gamma mu gllifctlritfgnpt club boasts I the membership of interestediul morningstde s' campus who are membe 111 Creatlve writing. the selected for Critilgs read their own -works to the group other lsm' theY also dlscuss the trends of Younq authors 1n the literary field. each Yem' the club publishes a creative ' ' . . U wntmg Publication, the manuscript." officers president ....... mr. e. theodore bauer vice-president ......... helen schwartz scretary-treasurer mr. clifford bowman temporary secretary .... robert benson faculty sponsor ..-. mr. robert n. miller pi gamma mu is the national social science fraternity on morningside's campus. to be elig- ible for membership in the pi gamma mu cr student must have earned twenty semester hours of credit in the general field of social science and twelve semester hours of credit in one field. an overall grade average of "b" or better is required. wl al al first row, 1. to r.: b. hickey, n asmussen, g. pappas, m. melby. second row, l. to r.: m. rathie e. shillinglaw. r. rice, c. held m. burgess, r. hartin, 1. rispalie m. kalskett. third row. l. to r.: i. gates, p. lane W. wickland. d. marshall, e brauninger, a. iohnson, n. hub bard. officers president ............................ Carolyn held vice-president ..................... muriel burgess secretary-treasurer ............... rosemary hartin publicity ........................... mary kalskett intramurals .......................... rebecca rice the women's athletic association is organized with the purpose of fostering an interest in athletic activities and accomplish- ments and of creating a spirit of good sportsmanship during college and after. and of co-operating with other campus organizations in promoting and maintaining the- highest stand- ard of college life. the W. a. a. sponsors an extensive intramural program for the women of morningside. physical education majors club first row. l. to r.: m. burgess, m. holland.-v. glaser, n. hubbard. n. asmussen, r. hartin. second row, l. to r.: miss bowne, l. rispalie. e. shillinglaw. g. pappas, d. marshall, r. rice, b. hagan. -use rf : 1: isxsx S il. gr, i I 4 the smallest college in the united states to have a chapter of AKD, national honorary sociologi- cal fraternity is morningside. alpha of iowa was organized in 1926, at morningside, as the first chapter in the state of iowa. those who have attain-ed an overall b average in collegiate work, and who have a maior interest in so- ciology and social work can become active members. the local chapter has 34 members, including students, faculty, and alumni. among our alumni group are teachers and social- agency executives. alpha kappa delta stands for christian scholarship dedicated to the service of humanity in the various fields of human wel- fare work. this sociological fratemity also en- courages research, scientific investigations, and creative writing in the, field of sociology. officers president ..........-..... don pilgrim vice-president ......... robert webster secretary .........-...... robert rohlfs treasurer ................ robley stuart the omicron chapter of sigma pi sigma, national honorary physics society, was installed at momingside in 1930. the organization is com- posed of students who are outstanding in the physics department, both in scholarship and in interest. the purpose of the society is to pro- mote interest in the advanced study of physics and to stimulate individual research. alpha kappa delta russo, shrader, hawthorne officers president . horace hawthome vice-president . . marie russo secretary . . . theresa ramse treasurer . . n . lenore schultz social director . bonnie schrader first row, l. to r.: mr. graber, r. rohlfs. d. pilgrim, r. stuart, mr. green. second row, l. to r.: d. strand- burg, e. weed. p. law, r. barks, r. beauchene. .third row, l. to r.: c. polley, d. larsonf k. meyer, i. heacock. f sigma pi sigma lmmm W9hSter B11 rows GY stum Q' UUE Nqllejngli in is ..,,,. mgfn ihe to Pro of PhYSics The mwthome Lrie russo aa ramse e Schultz Schrader fi ZX' 6 . X I1 m a j o r e t t s and cheerleaders ,C-" lynn hffudnd 1. to r.: b. miller, b. kinsey, 1. hol land. 1. gustaison. r. windrath. first row. 1. to r.: v. de vaul. b. schrader. second row, 1 to r.: g. o'doherty, k. fearing, v. heuton. 1. io r.: b. schrcrder. c. horton. v. de vaul, e. iones, m. whismcm. cr. murray, 1. rispalie. q. pappcxs. v. booth n. Caldwell Nasty 1 ini 6 X xg, Q M nk , :N T.: ,X -' jk . . X ' x Z.. 1 . ' .X "QE-V ' ' T 2. Q ., A - . -5 ' .11 1 - " sn X fix 58,1 at m. cczrlson i. collin v. cook m. gasser n. hildreth m. hinkley e. iohnson ci. koole e. lcruterbach d. leivestad If 1 ' , .03 f- on 2 ,E Q c. linder m. lockard h Q d . mayorga n s. nystedt ,Ao, v. oleson 'o'n i. patch . . K. Qu' ,,:'g.fiwf1g lim ff i b. spielman Q-, 7 X '. "Gi-"' o gg Q5- .noh2, n N sa QM b. stark 98 b- Stark d. sullen 55 Q 5 g ,f X ger b. Welton r, wilson i alpha sigma officers first semester president ............ Claris linder vice-president ....... virginia cook record. sec'y .... beverly spielman corres. sec'y ...... dianna sinning treasurer ...... historian- - - chaplain .... - - - usher ...... -- critic .... reporter .... - - - ---bonnie stark - - - -ruth wilson ---phyllis lane nelda hildreth - - - -bev welton mary io lockard second semester virginia cook vivian oleson virginia booth ruth wilson anamae koole dianna sinning ioan collin doris leivstad mary io lockard evelyn lauterbach va 100 b. andrews d. anderson d. bikakis h. bikakis 'M i. burg n. Cline v. devcrul m. gunderson m. herke m. melby e. mohr m. olson v. oskvig m. rasmussen p. rebcrck r' rice 1- 1'iSPCI1ie b. schrczder 5 Share S Weber y, yCInI19Y Y lcappa pi alpha officers first semester president ........ bonnie schrader vice-president ..... ianet iamieson recording sec'y .... harriet bikakis corrosponding sec'y---mae olson treasurer ........ beverly andrews pledgemaster ....... shirley weber Chaplain ............ rebecca rice sergeant-at-arms maryanna melby Cl'iiiC -.......... ...... m ary herke 1'9P01'fer ........... .... i anet burg 1ib1'CI1'iCIn ............. nancy cline N. second semester mae olson harriet bikakis bonnie schrader ioanne share mary claire gunderson maryanna melby dessie bikakis ianet iamieson nancy cline ianet burg yvonne oskvig 11. GSIIIUSSGII ,,,.. Q. Fawn. 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