Morningside College - Sioux Yearbook (Sioux City, IA)

 - Class of 1952

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It tells accurately the history of the year. It interprets our life together both in picture and story. Here we laugh both with and at each other. It highlights the unusual and brings out personalities in a way not found elsewhere. It has romantic meanings also. I can never forget my own college annual which so beautifully portrayed the hoped for Mrs. Ptoaaman. In that summer before our marriage I spent many loving hours with that annual in her absence. Of course it may have bitter implications when one gets pictured with his beloved in the annual and 'then he changes be-lovecls, but we have to take the bitter with the sweet and I am sure the .4- sweet prevails. The college annual is often exotic. It may tell -the truth 'but without telling the whole truth and nothing but the truth. The truth thereby becomes a little lonesome and peculiar. I love college annuals for what they say, for what they do not say and sometimes for what they partially say. This annual of 1952 is a product of tremendous labors and the finest spirit of co-oper- ation between the Editorial and Publishing staff, the students and faculty. May the personnel who publish the book have continuous memories of joy from their labor and may all the readers enthusiastically appreciate the results of those laborsl flap Earl A. Roadman President Contents Scholastically Sound Culturally Conscious Activity Minded Athletically lnclined Beauty Bound Socially Sure Index Page 7 Page 51 Page 59 Page 101 Page 121 Page 129 Page 151 IN HONOR OF -54 To enioy. to understand, and to live one's work are truely great qualities. Because you have made Morningside students conscious of your everpresent sincerity. kindness. and humor, we proudly dedicate to you. our 1952 "Sioux." f Miss Mirah Mills My R K LLESFZIRRY - - xi V' NU I L,, VT V1 sl ,f"'+' 'SCI-IOLASTYCALLYSOUND v 21 0 i S .f . km, A -M 4.., A H ,. - M, W.. - V :.: .:.' ff' 1 V A 4 4- - , --' H - W?-sm ,5E Qi,,,g7?3fg3.g,f,E gg, F -1 1 5 2 is I. .P A n t M. A NLSfF' WA ? :-: -. eQ3i?'?22g?"' , ' ' ' 3' f ,M .:-g...-1-'N if 'ml Y'-.,Azi,l J. 5 ttwlm,-K wx Li Jw' "',f . , 4-LW , 'wg ' k AH.. . - A 1 -A. X . , Pr 1, ii? 5,-idk'?-'g7fiw'fiQ?L'?5Q351g'E!'Q',J is-5 A W f ,,, In 'M' ry ' ff, ,ju S, ' Q. 1 LL f'M - 1+'f,..,i'v ' .W "'!gf l"4. -'j1.-fp J' ',. . ' "4-.-' J-50: '- mf ' '--jf . , . - wr .' 1, H- V 'MQ JH? .-' 1 ,4,,Q,:, A -Q 1 'N' , Tgll' H-f, ,11Li,f gs, T"L.iq5A , ' kvgi' 5 1 :gr-, 5 y-, T--,I -v -5 ' ' E -FA-',' P-X' -f b -- -Y-V , QL X vu , 1 I . 4' rl- ' . ' as ' -I -if bt? ff' 73? - ' 'iw W-5 - ., .,.. 9 2 'iv A .. , .V gf! 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N' - ., , W V O CULTY To teach, a person needs a philosophy which carries out the idea that education teaches a way of life and that education is a way of liv- ing. Without a competent faculty a college may keep all its beautiful buildings. but it won't be long before they are empty. Yet the two togeth- er, buildings and faculty are ioining educators the nation over to build the spiral of democratic living high. 8.. 'ies 4r" ' . U DEAN ALVA TOLF Dean of Women Professor of Health and Physical Education Coe College University of Chicago 1 L DEAN RUSSELL EIDSMOE Dean of Men Professor of Education Yankton College University of Minnesota University of Chicago DEAN THOMAS TWEITO Dean of Colleqe Professor of History St. Olaf College University of Minnesota University of Iowa University of Chicago wi l DR. N. A. PRICE MR. OLSEN Business Manager MRS. KINGSBURY Alumni Secretary MR. ANDERSON Assistant Professor in Piano forte and opera University of Cologne, Germany Music Academy of Cologne MR. BAUER Professor of Sociology Iowa Wesleyan College Northwestern University Drake University Q University of Iowa 1 VICE-PRESIDENT MR. I-IARTMAN Director oi Admissions MR. WALKER Manager of College Book Store - MR. ASHBY Professor of Livestock Marketing University of Nebraska Nebraska Wesleyan University University oi Minnesota University of Illinois MR. BOWMAN Associate Professor of History Augustana College University of Nebraska University of Iowa University of Omaha ...1Q... is MISS BOWNE Director of Women's Physical Education Coe College University of Wisconsin University oi Iowa MR. BURKS Associate Professor of English University of Arkansas Duke University Columbia University University oi Iowa MR. BUSHYAGER Professor of Mathematics Allegheny College Pennsylvania State College University of Michigan MISS DIMMIT Dean of Women Emeritus Professor of Ancient Languages Illinois Wesleyan University Columbia University University of Chicago American School of Classical Studies, Rome Morningside College MB. DROULLARD Head Football Coach -Assistant Professor of Mathematics Dubuque University University of Wisconsin ..20.... IWO M ATH an is nn is s , is H mnnnnnms 5 I s s W t Bti, will . it -V P . -n - A M ' ,'wr'5" gr, S- 'JW' f ,s 'reyes ' if M :I wi an I' K Q ' . s is s- was s s , JUS 3- 4 E' MH. BUCKINGI-IAM Director oi Athletics Morningside College Stanford University MR. BURRIS Librarian Instructor of Library Science Otterbein College Bonebrake Theological Seminary University oi Chicago MH. CASTLE Professor of English University of Illinois Northwestern University University of Michigan MRS. DOUGLAS Professor of Home Economics University of Illinois Illinois Wesleyan MR. FARRA Associate Professor of Religion Columbia University Drew University MR. GRABER Professor of Physics Dean of Men Emeritus Heidelberg College University of Iowa University of Michigan Columbia University Ohio State University University ot' Chicago State University of Iowa MR. GREEN Instructor in Physics Morningside College State University of Iowa MR. HAWTHORN Professor of Sociology Iowa State College, University ol Wisconsin MR. KUCIN SKI Head of Violin and Orchestra Morningside College Cleveland Institute of Music Iulliard Graduate School of Music MISS LLOYD Associate Professor ot Romance Languages Northwestern University University oi Paris, France University of Grenoble. France University of Rome, Italy University of Florence, Italy University of Frailburg, Germany ,...-..l- ,....-. 1... ,.--- ,.., a-.--1--,,, ,.,-Q I I Y' '9- in Z I T I I I. Vi IETI 'Xt my 1 ny., A " ..t-. .F Gm , F 'V-1 A ,H , Mft' , 1 1 ,, s, , .ni , t ,fr .,.s . ., A ' I - V- s ' -if . ' I A H -its -V -it 'Q E: ' ' ' i ' fl J, .5 " v-,, i 1 I .W '1 'l " '-' I' Ut Wllyvtg if R. ,-,. :- vf- 1 ...'s' ' .' r .i .K 'if' . A f 4, It .tn ,.,.. -- -- " J I s s ' F - it sg W . :,: ,QL-ff.. .," T - IQI V. Q ,., Lit, it -s 9 A ET-kittyist -'U'-"" C 'signin' .35 me :uc - fmrrrrgagrnfr if VF h'fX'.'.'fCs' sgitt: rrffulgfrg .vr,'-'ww 'wtratt P MISS GRAMMER Assistant Professor and Head of Music Department University of Nebraska University of Colorado Northwestern University MR. GWINN Registrar Assistant Professor of Physics Morningside College State University of Iowa University of Minnesota MR. IOHANNABER Director of Religious Activities University of Omaha Boston University MR. LANGLEY Head of Art Department Art Institute of Chicago MR. LOWRY Instructor in Wood-wind Instruments Morningside College University of South Dakota -21- MRS. MacCOLLIN Instructor oi Voice Oberlin Conservatory of Music Morningside College MISS MCNEE Associate Professor ot Elementary Education Upper Iowa University University of Chicago University oi Iowa University ot Minnesota MR. MELOY Instructor in Biology and Chemistry Morningside College MR. MORRISON Associate Professor oi Musical Theory Michigan State College Eastman School of Music University of Pittsburgh The George Washington University MISS MURRAY Professor oi History Morningside College University ot' Illinois Columbia University Washington University 122. MR. MacCOLLIN Director ot the Conservatory of Music Professor of Voice Oberlin Conservatory oi Music Chautauqua Summer School of Music Momingside College George Peabody College for Teachers MRS. MALLOY Laboratory Instructor in Drafting Iowa State Teacrers College Immaculate Conception Academy Chicago Academy of Fine Arts MISS MILLS Professor of English Morningside College University of Chicago University of Michigan University of Southern California MRS. MORRISON Modern Dance Instructor Chicago Art Institute University of North Carolina Northwestern University MR. N YDEGGER Protesor ot Biology Iowa State College University of Nebraska State University oi Iowa University of Southern California ..,.- .. MR. SPORNITZ Instructor of Economic Theory University of North Dakota MISS TAYLOR Assistant Professor in Secretarial Science Central Missouri State College University of Colorado University of Califomia University of Missouri MR. TOMMERAASEN Assistant Professor of Accounting Morningside College Northwestern University MR. WATKINS Athletic Publicity Manager University of Iowa MR. STIENTIIES Associate Professor of Chemistry Iowa State Teachers College South Dakota University University of Minnesota MISS THORNTON Professor of Speech University of Denver MR. WALSH Associate Professor of Philosophy Boston University Harvard University University of London MR. WATT Assistant Professor of Education University of Akron University of Chicago MISS WOODFORD Assistant Professor in Pianoforte and History of Music Morningside College American Conservatory of Music University of Michigan ..23. X m a ss a . ss a games 1 if 2 ss L1 ss -m 'nm ms my wa my n ms fx mfg B-sf as ...Swv-W-Y O a .N7 F2 :xx Wx! I-'F 'I 'X "X 1 . H5 l lx V QM' --. TUDE TS I Five minutes spent chatting by the coke machine, a hurried candy-bar, a leisure hour I at the bam, a cup of coffee at Shwartz's, bum- ing the midnight oil before exams, a quiet hour of study in the library--all these are discon- I nected phrases, but they adequately typify the Morningside student. l Seniors LQ- ..- ,.., 1 -- g,es--.,, Left to right: Secretary Glen Benner, President Eleanor Mohr Treasurer Edalene Moone, Vice-president Marvin Heeren, cmd 11:::"5W. D' 'X X I ' x ' -I Treasurer Tom Stoddard. 5- I , if --15 as 1 I " V 1 4 , . X , 1 t- ' x L 'I L I I I Q-'MN f ,in , so Q 51 .25 1 Y' X 1' L 1 PC' ,. ,. ff... f x,..1 .4 ' , , . -so I , A Q " , u l -E: I I- -f ..25.. RICHARD K. AALFS Akron, Iowa PAUL M. ALLEN Houston, Texas WARD R. ARNOLD, IR Lafayette, Indiana IEAN BAXTER Sioux City, Iowa GLADYS BEHLING Los Anqeles, California GLEN L. BENNER Sergeant Bluff, Iowa VICTOR BIANCHINI Sioux City, Iowa HARIETT BIKAKIS Sioux City, Iowa KADY BRODSKY Rapid City, South Dakota IOSEPH I. BROOME South Sioux City, Nebraska FRED BROWN Sioux City, Iowa IOHN IIAYJ BURKE Sioux City, Iowa ORAL L. CHINN Humboldt, Iowa HAROLD E. COFFMAN Hillsboro, Indiana DONALD E. CONNORS Sioux City, Iowa ALTON COWAN Alpena, Michigan IOHN F. CROWLEY Sioux City, Iowa IOSEPI-I DARW' ICH Sioux City, Iowa BOB DEATON Dallas, Texas ROBERT EIDSMOE Sioux City, Iowa KENNETH ERICKSON Sioux City, Iowa KENNETH FILE Rock Rapids, Iowa LOREN FLEMING Earlham, Iowa ROBERT FRITZ Holstein, Iowa DONALD LEEROY GIBSON Sioux City, Iowa DORIS GREGALUNAS Sioux City, Iowa DOUGLAS GRESHAM "M Wilmlpeq, Canada DUANE HAGEDON Rock Raoids, Iowa IULES E. I-IARLOW Sioux City, Iowa VIRGINIA HARPER Sioux City, Iowa ft W I r Cad may -. Y Q 11' -IL 05 'j ' 0 ...Q W Sb g AA, 1, 45 . ext .. I, 1' r X t .7 v . D K., I ,E I I ix.- , WI. 5- I K Q N -L I I t ak I .11 . ,pr7Q!Ir- I' has ,1 'R 1 I Jn. 'ff' 2- 1 If -. gd ,u .L A ROSEMARY I-IARTIN Sioux City, Iowa RAYMOND I. HEENEY Hubbard, Nebraska MARVIN I-IEEREN Rock Rapids, Iowa CHARLES HELD Hinton. Iowa VIVIAN I. HENRY Sioux City, Iowa PAUL E. HICKMAN Ashton, Iowa DALE B. HILL Sioux City, Iowa IACK R. I-IOBERG Sioux City, Iowa JACK R. HOHS Morton Grove, Illinois ALLEN W. HOLMES, IR. Sioux City, Iowa IANET IAMIESON Sioux City, Iowa EVERT A. IOHNSON Sioux City, Iowa RICHARD W. KAUP Sioux City, Iowa BERT KING Sioux City, Iowa MILO R. KIRKEGAARD Sioux City, Iowa ROY KNUTSON Sioux City, Iowa EUGENE LAMPORT Sioux City, Iowa EARL W. LANDSBERG Sioux City. Iowa PI-IYLLIS LANE Lohrville, Iowa ROBERT I. LE FLUER Creston, Iowa MAURICE LEWIS Sioux City, Iowa ROBERT LINDBERG Sloan. Iowa BILL LYLE Sioux City, Iowa IAMES MCGILL Harrison. New Jersey CHARLES P. MCNUTT Castana, Iowa WILLIAM T. MALLOY Sioux Ciiy, Iowa DALE R. MASTERS Minburn, Iowa DAPI-INE MAYORGA Panama City. Panama IANICE MILLER -Watertown, South Dakota ELEANOR MOHR Terril, Iowa EDALENE MOONE Sioux City, Iowa ELSIE L. MOORE Sioux City, Iowa EDITH G. MOREY Sioux City, Iowa SALLY ANN NISSEN Beresford, South Dakota VIVIAN OLESON Sioux Ciiv. Iowa MAE OLSON . Chicaqo,I11inois tb- ,' tr 17' it j -hi Q' K gi 'C' 'F' F L Q: I 'K ' I 0 I u L Q , yy.. C 3- .."f ,, L ., 1 f -:QI 8 A .-,ff t ...ea ai Q5 ' - . h 4 if 4. X f ..-r, 3. R ' 4: . 1.1. Y:--J R ,I IV' . X if -2 Q, I I fl .. R , 6- Q , Q Q G 1 gi, S A , r -v- , 34 1 A . A' Inn' 'lt -If-J . A 1-via., Q. f - , 4" Q a., 's E I . 3 :ix--,, x G SN Q iii: .I 6. ir ff -1 I I I 1 Ct 430.- P' up I, it 6 . fm fatty X 9:9- 9 lt' DOUGLAS HAROLD OSTLUND Maurice, Iowa DONALD E. OXENFORD Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey PATRICIA PENTONY Sioux City, Iowa NORMA IEAN PETERS Gilmore City, Iowa GORDON POLING Moorhead, Iowa WALLACE PROPST Sheldon, Iowa BILLY W. REDMAN Gowrie, Iowa CHARMAINE REED Osmond, Nebraska NORMAN REID Sioux City, Iowa PATRICK RYDELL Rock Rapids, Iowa BONNIE SCHRADER Rudd, Iowa KEITH N. SHARP Sioux City, Iowa MEYER SIDNEY SHRAGG Minneapolis, Minnesota DIANA SINNING Lake View, Iowa HAROLD SKIDMORE Sioux City, Iowa EARL E. SMITH Rapid City, South Dakota GUILLERMO SOBALVARRO Guatemala City, C. A. BOB STEPHENS Sioux City, Iowa THOMAS STODDARD Battle Creek, Michigan RONALD D. 0- STONEBROOK Sioux City, Iowa DONALD STRANDBURG Sioux City, Iowa , .J .J ate- Ii I fi ' DOROTHY HELEN SULLENGER I ' Sioux City, Iowa -'az' 6- ,cw 'E I W RICHARD TESCHKE Q I L 4 I - Sioux City, Iowa ' to MILO I. THOMPSON A Sioux City, Iowa . , I ' I gf Af. wk ooi.. RICHARD H. THRONE Battle Creek, Iowa LOUIS I. TOKARCZYK 6? I new-I Sioux City, Iowa , - 1 -- MARILYN TONIGAN ' Q- I . Waukegan, Iliinois I, V x N X 'Q Q MI I 'I ELEANOR M. TWEITO , Sioux City, Iowa ck I ARNOLD WALL KN M Mountain Lake, Minnesota i::v"' ' GLEN R. WALLIN I South Sioux City, Nebraska , Q , ' . x X Q B gi' CHARLES L. WATTERS ' ' I - Washington, Pennsylvania Cf l R-. Q ' ', CLIFFORD E. WILDER , gi - R Sioux City, Iowa ' , , fi," VERNON D. WILLETS 5' 'Q I , Sloan, Iowa ' 3 X ' " GERALD E. WITTER - Storm Lake, Iowa ' ' WILLIAM WOLFF gk .h IW' I1 Toronto, Ontario, Canada G. A KENNETH H, WOODRUM 'C ' ' Lake Park, Iowa I , - , V' I L . , A ,., , it , I, I JM I k 43 ...31... Q 4' ,,,,. , i ,zguf '77 , SENIOR PERSONALITIES RICHARD K. AALFS, Business-Administration: Alpha Tau Delta Pres., Student Council Vice- Pres., Who's Who. PAUL M. ALLEN, Economics: "M" Club, Gam- ma Iota Alpha Pledgemaster, Social Chair- man, Executive Council. WARD R. ARNOLD, IR., Business Administra- tion. IEAN BAXTER, Religion: Kappa Chi, S. C. A. GLADYS BEHLING, English. GLEN L. BENNER, Business Administration: Pi Gamma Mu, Sr. Class Secy. VICTOR BIANCHINI, Business Administration. HARRIETT BIKAKIS, Sociology: Kappa Pi Alpha Pres., W. A. A., Agora Vice-Pres., In- ter-Sorority Council, Annual Picture Editor. KADY BRODSKY, English: F. T. A., Agora Board, Kappa Zeta Chi Secy., Choir, Modern Dance Club. IOSEPH I. BROOME, Physical Education: Base- ball. FRED BROWN, Mathematics: F. T. A., Pre-En- gineers Club, "M" Club. IOHN UAYJ BURKE, Business Administration: Phi Sigma. ORAL L. CHINN, Livestock Marketing: Alpha Tau Delta. V HAROLD E. COFFMAN, Math Education: Gamma Iota.Alpha, F. T. A., Inter-Fraternity Council. - DONALD E. CONNERS, English and Psychol- ogy: F. T. A. Vice-Pres. ALTON COWAN, Physical Education: Football, Track, Baseball, "M" Club. IOHN F. CROWLEY, Physical Education: Alpha Tau Delta. IOSEPH DARWICH, Music: Band, Choir, Sym- phony. BOB DEATON, Business Administration. BOB EIDSMOE, Economics: Alpha Tau Delta, Pi Kappa Delta Pres., Pi Gamma Mu, Stu- dent Council, Collegian Reporter Assoc. Editor. KENNETH ERICKSON, Business Administration. KENNETH FILE, Physical Education: Basket- ball, Alpha Tau Delta, "M" Club. LOREN FLEMING, Physical Education: Foot- ball, Baseball, "M" Club, Phi Sigma. ROBERT FRITZ, Business Administration: Band, Symphony. DONALD LEEROY GIBSON, Math.: F. T. A., Alpha Tau Delta, Pre-Engineering Club. DORIS GREGALUNAS, History: Kappa Pi Alpha, Yale-Harvard Team, Agora. DOUGLAS GRESHAM, Business Administra- tion: Basketball. -az- y DUANE HAGEDON, Biology. IULES E. HARLOW, Philosophy: Religion in Life Committee, Band. VIRGINIA HARPER, English: Kappa Zeta Chi. ROSEMARY HARTIN, Physical Education: Kappa Zeta Chi, F. T. A., W. A. A. Secy., Treas., Sioux Queen Attendant, Ir. Class Secy. RAYMOND I. HEENEY, Business Administra- tion. . MARVIN HEEREN, Business Administration: Alpha Tau Delta, Sr. Class Vice Pres., Intra- murals. CHARLES HELD, Business Administration: Alpha Tau Delta, Papoose Club, Intra- murals. VIVIAN I. HENRY, Sociology. PAUL E. HICKMAN, History: F. T. A., Gamma Iota Alpha, Intramurals. DALE B. HILL, Business Administration: Gam- ma Iota Alpha Historian, Collegian Reporter. IACK R. HOBERG, Biology: Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. IACK R. HOHS, Business Administration: Foot- ball, Baseball, Gamma lota Alpha Chaplain, Club. ALLEN W. HOLMES, IR., General Science. IANET IAMIESON, Sociology: Kappa Pi Alpha Vice Pres., Sgt. at Arms, Chaplain, Agora, Inter-Sorority Council. EVERT A. IOHNSON, Art: Phi Sigma, Collegian Reporter, F. T. A. RICHARD A. KAUP, Liberal Arts. MILO R. KIRKEGAARD, Business Administra- tion. ROY KNUTSON, Business Administration: Al- pha Tau Delta Secy. EUGENE LAMPORT, Religion 6. Philosophy: Kappa Chi, Choir. EARL W. LANDSBERG, Music Education: Gam- ma Iota Alpha, Band, Phi Mu Alpha, Sym- phony. , PHYLLIS LANE, Home Economics: Alpha Sig- ma, Grace Collegians, Biology Club, S. C. A., Home Economics Club. ROBERT I. LE FLUER, Business Administration: Grace Collegians Secy., Treas., S. C. A. Treas., Gamma Iota Alpha, Tennis. MAURICE LEWIS, Biology: American Chern- ical Society, Biology Club, Beta Beta Beta Vice-Pres., Gamma Iota Alpha, Who's Who. ROBERT LINDEBERG, Mathematics. BILL LYLE, Physical Education: Alpha Tau Delta, Basketball, Inter-Fraternity Council. IAMES MCGILL, Business Administration. CHARLES P. MCNUTT, Business Administra- tion, Phi Sigma President. . VVILLIAM T. MALLOY, Business Administra- ,-tion. DALE R. MASTERS, Biology, Beta Beta Beta, Chemistry Club, Grace Collegians, Kappa Chi, S. C. A. ' DAPHNE MAYORGA, Psychology 5 Sociology, Cosmopolitan Club, Alpha Sigma, W. A. A., F. T. A., Ishkoodah. IANICE MILLER, Music, Choir, Band, F. T. A., Papoose Club. ELEANOR MOI-IR, English, Sr. Class Pres., Sigma Tau Delta Pres., Pi Kappa Delta Pres., Kappa Pi Alpha, Manuscript Co-Editor. EDALENE MOONE, Religion, Kappa Chi, Dra- matics Club, S. C. A., Manuscript, Sr. Class Treas. ELSIE L. MOORE, Sociology. EDITH G. MOREY, English Education, Student Council, Pi Mu Gamma, Forensic Club, Cam- pus Hostess, Graduate Voice Recital. SALLY ANN NISSEN, Music, Mu Phi Epsilon, Choir, Madrigal, Who's Who, Symphony. VIVIAN OLESON, Home Economics, Alpha Sigma Pres., Vice-Pres., Critic, Inter-Sorority Council Secy., Home Economics Club. MAE OLSON, English, Kappa Pi Alpha Pres., Inter-Sorority Council. DOUGLAS OSTLUND, Functional Major in Humanities. DONALD E. OXENFORD, Physical Education, Alpha Tau Delta, Rutgers University, Intra Mural Sports. PATRICIA PENTONY, English, Agora Pres., Sigma Tau Delta, Kappa Zeta Chi, Manu- script Club, Pres. Northwest Region of I. F. T. A. NORMA IEAN PETERS, Speech ci Dramatics, Kappa Zeta Chi, Student Council, W. S. G. A., Homecoming Queen Attendant, Dramatics Club Pres. GORDON POLING, Math.: F. T. A. WALLACE PROPST, Business Administration, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Phi Sigma, Choir. BILLY W. REDMAN, Music Education, Band, Phi Mu Alpha. CHARMAINE REED, Music Education, Mu Phi Epsilon, Alpha Sigma, Choir, Band, Home- coming Queen Attendant. NORMAN REID, Business Administration, Gamma Iota Alpha Treas. PATRICK RYDELL, Physical Education, Foot- ball. BONNIE SCHRADER, Sociology, Homecoming Queen, W. S. G. A. Pres., Kappa Pi Alpha Pres., Student Council Freshman Director, Secy., S. C. A. Secy.-Treas. KEITH N. SHARP, Business Administration. MEYER SIGNEY SHRAGG, Functional Major Physics Engineering, Student Council Pres. Summer Session, Gamma Iota Alpha Pres., Pledgemaster, Inter-Fraternity Council Pres., Basketball 6. Football Manager. DIANA SINNING, Business Administration, Al- pha Sigma, Sigma Tau Delta, Who's Who, Inter-Sorority Council, F. T. A. HAROLD SKIDMORE, Business Administration, Gamma Iota Alpha, Bowling, Inter-Fraternity Council. EARL E. SMITH, Business Administration, Gamma Iota Alpha, WSSF. GUILLERMO SOBALVARRO, Economics. BOB STEPHENS, Economics, Football, Phi Sig- ma, Inter-Fraternity Council, "M" Club. RONALD D. STONEBROOK, Business Admin- istration. DONALD STRANDBURG, Physics, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pre-Engineering Club. DOROTHY SULLENGER, Psychology, Alpha Kappa Delta, Inter-Sorority Council, Alpha Sigma Critic, Kappa Chi, Symphony. RICHARD TESCHKE, Business Administration, Phi Sigma. THOMAS STODDARD, Physical Education, Football, Alpha Tau Delta Sgt. at Arms, Treas., Sr. Class Treas. MILO I. THOMPSON, Business Administration, Gamma Iota Alpha Treas., Pi Kappa Delta Pres., Pi Gamma Mu, Collegian Reporter. RICHARD H. THRONE, English, Phi Sigma, F. T. A., Radio. LOUIS I. TOKARCZYK, Business Administra- tion. MARILYN TONIGAN, Mathematics, Kappa Zeta Chi, W. A. A., F. T. A., Swim Club. ELEANOR M. TWEITO, Secretarial Science G History, Alpha Kappa Delta, F. T. A., Cos- mopolitan Club, Pi Gamma Mu, Faculty Women's Club Pres. ARNOLD WALL, History. GLEN R. WALLIN, English, Student Council Pres., Alpha Tau Delta, Who's Who, Colleg- ian Reporter, Inter-Fraternity Council. CHARLES L. VVATTERS, Business Administra- tion, Pi Gamma Mu. CLIFFORD E. WILDER, Business Administra- tion, Alpha Tau Delta. VERNON D. WILLITS, Sociology. GERALD F. WITTER, Humanities, S. C. A., Band, Grace Collegians, Cosmopolitan Club, Choir. WILLIAM WOLFF, Music Education, Phi Mu Alpha. KENNETH H. WOODRUM, Biology, F. T. A. Pres., Beta Beta Beta Pres., Biology Club Pres., Vice Pres. of Northwest Region F. T. A. -33. Iuniors gi!--,L -'j-,.,-1..-...:, er? ' J -zffzplz -in H x - I Left to right: Secretary Virginia DeVaul, President lim Fowler, Vice-president Becki Rice, cmd Treasurer Georgia Dandos. I C Georgia Adams ,N i Sioux City. Iowa .. ' 'P H ff ,R , K ' Dorothy Anderson " N I " ' ' Homer, Nebraska 23 W-'H 0' H," Edward R. Barnes rf l Sioux City, Iowa N Richard Blume-yer 5,1 ... V 5, Boyden, Iowa :.: 1 M V I' at , Arvin Bomqaars 'K ff, - 'fx - Sheldon, Iowa M ' Janet Burq , Wallingford, Iowa 5: ', ' ll . 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Webber Sioux City, Iowa A1 Welding Sioux City, Iowa John B. Wolff Sioux City, Iowa Mary Yaqer Montgomery, Iowa Yvonne Yanney Sioux City, Iowa 69 new wav , n 'P 'Km -6' ' Q as .... ,. S5 X .ff 'H lflgrai Q5 H . I . 1- 'I r 5 'J Q , z iii .: in I -2 fl ' , I - -'Q zzz ' 7 1': , 1 U 'ff 2 I 9' :': " -I no as Y' THE INF OBMAL SIDE OF LIFE. gp-. X 1-,. it -39 Sophomores Wi f 3'- Li..:T' .L LTER ,.. agua' 9 Treasurer Miles Patton and President Keith Iohnson W ff , KJ t 'S X I . . A A- Left to right: Secretary Gil Garcia, Vice-pres1dent Pat G IA. 1 F' RL v- Y' ' ' KG If fl 1' 'Rs 4: 4.5. ' 1 .,. qv- I 'C' rqggv 44 f 9239! I .. ii ll Yi Q,-, . ' - ex.: I Ani' '. . I l -4O- -f A te 'Fab- px ' 'U5 H 4 Y' ., , rv-f L- T5 4 Ioan Albrecht Pomeroy, Iowa Keith Albright Sioux City, Iowa Barbara Anderson Correctionville, Iowa Manouchehr Atash Tstahan Iran Art Barrett Sioux City, Iowa Robert Edgar Baxter Sioux City, Iowa Bob Bennett Sioux City, Iowa Barbara Benton Sioux City, Iowa Ellen Brauriinqer Corr,cc:1ionville, Iowa oaane Bromancler Sloan, Iowa Robert Buckley Sac City, lowa Douglas Burr Sioux City, Iowa rube Morton Calvert Canton. South Dakota Patricia Carpenter Onawa, Iowa Ie-anne Carriqan. Little Sioux, Iowa Chuck Carter Sioux City, Iowa Darlene Cason Sioux City, Iowa Ioan Chittenden Sioux City, Iowa Barbara Christensen Sioux City, Iowa Richard Edward Coorne Salem, South Dakota Geraldine Day Cherokee, Iowa Evelyn Decker Sioux City, Iowa Bolo Downs Titonka, Iowa Gertrude Draayom Sioux City, Iowa Betty Edson Morris, Minnesota Carlene Erikson Sioux City, Iowa Gene F. Evers Schleswig, Iowa Ioyce Ford Spirit Lake, Iowa IoAnn Fouts Sioux City. 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Iowa Marilyn Goodwin Sioux City, Iowa Delbert Gottsch Westside, Iowa Sian Greiqq Sioux City, Iowa Pat Grube Sioux City, Iowa Iessie Hadden Primqhar, Iowa Harlan Halsirom Prirnqhar, Iowa IoAnn Hamrnerstrorn Sioux City, Iowa Shirley Harms Archer, Iowa Alvin Hayes, Ir. South Sioux City. Nebraska Bernadine Hickey Sanborn, Iowa Bruce L. Hill Sioux City, Iowa Helqa Hoffman Sioux City, Iowa Delores Hughes Whiting. Iowa Paul Selby Parker, South Dakota Alfred CAD Shinkunas Sioux City, Iowa Ianice Skinner I-lor tick, Iowa Dan Smith Sioux City, Iowa Marlene Sorensen Pisgah, Iowa Bob Sullivan South Sioux City, Nebraska Alice Suzuki Hawaii Howard E. Thompson Sioux City, Iowa Duane Tritle Spirit Lake, Iowa Kenneth Van Der Sloot Meriden, Iowa Edwin. Vorisek Sioux City, Iowa Ioanne Whaley Spirit Lake, Iowa Lynn Whyte Rockwell City. Iowa Wilma Wickland Lane-sboro, Iowa Margaret Wood Woodbine, Iowa Ruth Wood Hawarden, Iowa Kathryn Young Sioux City, Iowa M- ping.: . 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'F-Q Q W K-1 Gayle Anliker West Bend, Iowa Iohn Ashton Nemaha, Iowa Wesley Boldt Calumet, Iowa Lois Boone Woodbine, Iowa Eugene Brady Ruthven, Iowa LeRoy Bras Alton, Iowa Gene Brooks Sioux City, Iowa Chuck Carlson South Elgin, Illinois Cleo Chesley Sutherland, Iowa 2' 4 ,- 15 I -Q, 6, 'Rv ' w 1 fn I AZ' 1' L ' t it 4.. I 4. ig" A 'V :R sin Mk? '43- pu 'vi' .A 'L' PM 6 , Z Q.-X ff' , Q V, ills H... i -, x it .. my 1- . .Q-' vw i' ..x Darlene McPherson Sioux City, Iowa Frank McQueen Kingsley, Iowa Sonya Mackintosh Skokie. Illinois Milton Madden Pierson, Iowa Bruce W. Meyer Merrill, Iowa Bob Neswick Sioux City, Iowa Nancy Nettleton Sioux City, Iowa Richard Harold Norman Shelby, Iowa Gordon E. Ohm Lone Rock, Iowa R. William Parsons Sioux City, Iowa Miles Patton, Ir. Sioux City, Iowa Marilyn Peterson Elk Point, South Dakota Helen Price Sioux City, Iowa Alma Ruth Rexwinkel Orange City, Iowa Donald C. Rockwell South Sioux City, Nebraska Pat Rogers Sioux City, Iowa Bob Ruchensky Sioux City, Iowa Mollie Schwartz Primqhar, Iowa Paul Hummel Sioux City, Iowa Bob Hussey Albert City, Iowa Audrey Iohnson Sheldon, Iowa Keith Iohnson Sioux City, Iowa Lee Ann Iohnson Sioux City, Iowa Wally Iohnston Titonka, Iowa Reva Kanter Sioux City, Iowa Harlan King Battle Creek, Iowa Russell D KI . ay Brookings. South Dakota aa, N , t'- N 59 T' 2 1 X 'ttf- fz. ff JC?-P gh, K Y . I , .- C.. -.I - "is, on. 1 5- 5. 5 ggi' .. . 'ti Af Iose Koo Chang Ji A 'N- Lima, Peru, S. A. -Q . G ' I., Olga Kott Sioux City Iowa Iudy Larsen Sioux City Iowa Richard L. Newell, Iowa Muriel Leivestad Inwood, Iowa Lindgren Larsen Allen W. Albert City, Iowa Don Long Sac City, Iowa Peirre Lorenger Sioux City, Iowa M ary McCauley Spirit Lake, Iowa , 1? T- Q .A - . ,-:-..-. nr- K 5 , I Q 1 v n n A a 5: .,.. 5 -is I I K- Q... 'V X fl 1' . l.' Y . I A it :F N g, fr ' S ,.- I' 9 U A i f 5 K I -43- Ion Clark Sioux City, Iowa Nancy Dahlin -' Sioux City, Iowa William Durst Danbury, Iowa Marqaret Enqstrand Sioux City, Iowa Iim Forsberq 'M' 'X Arthur, Iowa xx DeVere Freeman YT? Gowrie, Iowa f p Clark Gassman Akron, Iowa Roger Gohrinq Onawa, Iowa ' Ruth Cfrindberq "-C' Sioux City, Iowa j f Monte Gruett Sioux City. Iowa gk Ieanette Gunsolley South Sioux City, Nebraska 'il ' Duane Gustin " Dickens, Iowa ' X I xi Ann Hackney Wakonda, South Dakota Phyllis I-Ielmke -R Garner, Iowa Robert Hildreth Rockwell City, Iowa to Esther Hunter Sioux City, Iowa Dwight Irwin Sac City, Iowa Iim Irwin Sac City, Iowa I lit ,'f"l I ,gf Q A.. Q' X rf:-I f- -I or eff' l llo f R., it Sv I Jigga' ' x Q 5 io' 1 6:1-A t 2' al , 'X fi WZ7' L uf! If R -Ji ' ' .47- ffl 'D 'R I 1 I 'iw ,, ,::,,..... " A 1, . , 4 , : mai Q S It 554 I I ,ULQ-f' s E as H we lima H E M M E ma' on Q- - IA. . I Q- .1 'wr' .,. v Y 'WN 6' I an X QS I P ,., 4 6. nv- I 11 , - ' 5? . W lx A I IE W59 fi t ll f IN-'il ex. 1 ,., h , X 148. Dick Isaacson Sioux City, Iowa Ella Iones Soldier, Iowa Donald Kivliqhn Sioux City, Iowa Edward Larson Osmond, Nebraska Nancy Lehan Sioux City, Iowa La Verne Lemke Paullina, Iowa Iohn Lewis Sioux City, Iowa Virginia Lintner Ocheyedan, Iowa Curtiss Lovelace Sioux City, Iowa Gene Lundahl Sioux City, Iowa Roberta Mauer Sioux City, Iowa Bonita Maxwell Paullina, Iowa Iudy Merrick Sibley, Iowa Milton Meyers Sioux Ciiy, Iowa Dick Mielke Sioux City. Iowa Rae Mize Sioux City, Iowa Robert Motter Early, Iowa Dick Muir Sioux City, Iowa Donald Murray Sioux City, Iowa Lorna Oelrich I-lull. Iowa Paul Otte Mapteton, Iowa Emoqene Paulson Garner, Iowa Euqene Persinqer Onawa, Iowa Dorothy Peter Elk Point, South Dakota x Mar orie Reiter Siouc City, Iowa Thorhas Rose Sioux City, Iowa Virginia Salzkorn Sutherland, Iowa Armando Sardon La Paz, Bolivia Connie Sarris Sioux City, Iowa Donna Saupe Sheldon, Iowa Don Schoon Rockwell City, Iowa Lucille Schultz Merrill, Iowa Owen Snave Sioux City, Iowa Dwight Sorensen L11 Veme, Iowa Shirley Spielman Sioux City, Iowa Ben Storek Prague, Czechoslovakia 1- N 451 1 ' Qt W 7' I ., i f 1. ft, ,- F- 4 I X Q I by is S71 gg Iii- 'I I -I Ihr after? if mai ff' W I Q .,,, x if 'S '. F N M! 9 t -Q lb- es I Q ,am M - 5- , 1 :W J E Ss ,swf J nm tix- ' wa K: mum- as gg manner: msn tsl ....... : :M HH yi ri 3? me :anti F ' B nuts xz:m?i- uma nm: 149. 15 - 1-'S 2' 'UN tr" ,1 Jim . J., X M.. Qu '1 fi! 7 E, is . Qli 6 X 1 -. -50- iw. f ry- . -ji' ik X ' -Q' E. , 5. S SE-2' do fr'- Q , 05-., 5 I x -v-f I lm. -QV.: 'I ' , .. v 'W 'V' lu if L, as. 'flu ,1 - 1 'C' - Q ,IM-tw EX . N 1 I .J- V .11, ::.., .fi Z, . -Z - :ilikd ff ti fc. . I .,. Larry Swain Soldier, Iowa Sherry Taylor Goldlield, Iowa Calvin Teasdale Fall River, Massachusetts Ierrold Thacker South Sioux City, Nebraska Doris Thompson Woodbine, Iowa Ellen Tornkvist Missouri Valley, Iowa Dean Tude-hope Sioux City, Iowa Ion Vorisek Sioux City, Iowa Dana Wall Sioux City, Iowa ego Marlys Watson Archer, Iowa Amy Williams Denver, Colorado Larry Williams Whilinq, Iowa Barbara Wise-cup Missouri Valley, Iowa Iohn Wold South Elgin, Illinois Tom Wold Elgin, Illinois Pam Yeoman Sioux City, Iowa Dick Zimmer Tama. Iowa Iarnes Zyzcla Sioux Rapids, Iowa V CULTURALLY CGNS C IO US MUSIC Mmorettes- Left to rxqht S Taylor B Kmsey L Braun Drum Mcrior-Duaneg Tritle Rx 'its-mm .-3 , ,sf 23:15-ig.. 1 7 mqer ,L The Band m Achon Its the prachce ihcd counts I' ,KPN . 54 L+ ,521 AAL- ,Z BAND g.5.3::17:::::::::g:g2,-:-zi'-:P-!g!::g:::5:g.5.3.- V'-:-:g::::::q:g:g::35:2,:-:--,?:5:,:g:5g-:-'- - I. :g:gq.g.g:g::3g:q:::g:53:::::-:-: V f 'Vt-5 5 9 Drum Maior Duane Tritle Maiorettes Ruth Ann Ruby Beverly Kinsey Sherry Taylor Lyn Brauninqer Flag Twlrlers Mary Yager lo Ann Whaley Piccolo Mary Rasmussen Alleen Lindquist Bb Clarinet Charles Krusenstjerna Malvina Tott Dwight Sorenson Phyllis l-lelmke Ioyce Ford ft . ,U H., . ' -0n:a?:..1 .wig Dorothy Peter Virginia DeVaul Mary McCauley lris Lintner Soprano Saxophone Emogene Paulsen Alto Saxophone Ed Barnes Marilyn Peterson Tenor Saxophone Marcella Carlson Tom Rose Trumpets Earl Landsberg Allen Butcher Iohn Kopecky Betty Edson Russell Klay Bob Smith A ' Darwin Larsen Boloert Larsen Kenneth VanDerSloat lanice Slupe French Hom Lois Boone Lyn Whyte Paul Selby Trombone Rex Peer loe Darwich lohn Orange Eugene Persinger Geraldine Day Baritone Anamae Koole Leroy Bras Virginia Salzkorn eva: ,Earl F-ft if Sousaphone Zean Zurcher Clark Gassman Don Carver Accordion Ion Voriselc Snare Drum Bob Sullivan Bill Redman Norma Peterson Darwin Hunt Tenor Drum Cliff Hansen Dan Smith Bass Drum Milt Madden left Fraser Cymbals Bruce Norris Bell Lyre Alma Rexwinkel Director Mr. Robert Lowry t Sopranos Elizabeth Card Marcella Carlson Patricia Carpenter Geraldine Day Mary Claire Gunderson Ieannette Gunsolley Ella Iones Muriel Kohn Alleen Lindquist Iris Lintner Elizabeth MacCollin Ioan Miller Shirleen Nystedt Loma Oelrich Marie Russo Sharon Taylor Marlys Watson Altos Ioan Albrecht Betty Edson Phyllis Helmke Anamae Koole Virginia Lintner Genevieve Majorowicz Edith Morey Sally Nissen Norma Peterson Marilyn Peterson Alma Rexwinkel Phyllis Runge Donna Saupe Tenors Don Carver Don Frey Ed Larson Milton Madden Val Moeller Eugene Persinqer Wallace Propst Paul Selby Ierry Thacker Ed Vorisek lon Vorisek Ierry Witter Basses Lawrence Ackerman Bob Bostrom Leroy Bras Earl Custer Ioe Darwich Clark Gassman Russell Klay Eugene Lamport Darwin Larsen Bruce Norris Paul Otte Rex Peer Bill Redman Duane Tritle Carroll Usher Kenneth VanDerSloot Director Mr. Paul MacCo1lin CHOIR Morninqside's Choir is one of the outstanding choirs in the Midwest. Each week, under the direction of Mr. MacCol1in, the Choir sings in chapel. At Christmas time the Choir, in co-operation with the Band, presented a special adaptation of the Christmas Story. After Easter, the Choir took an extended tour through Iowa, Nebraska, and Colorado. .,1' QPF :Tv , .: sg' Q1-iv ,mf Fa J". v- , .5-- N S M -fs 'Yi no-r 6-L.,-' Chapel Chou' ,- 0- Frcmk Macomber at the organ uf Vorisok, K. Von Y BOYS' Quaffef Der Sloot, I. Vorisek, ond M. Ivlodden Madrigal Singers From left lo riqhi: C. Ifrusenstjerncx, M. Madden, M. Gunderson, S. Nystedt, P. Carpenter, S. Nissen, A. Koole, A. Hexwinkel, B, Nbrris, Mr. Morrison. lg' W1 .I 3. 51- -'12 51 JG SPEECH DEBATE Scenes from the Morningside College Invitational Debate Tournament Again this year Morningside Debaters played host at a tournament on the Morningside Campus to some thirteen colleges and universities early in De- cember. Eleanor Mohr and Georgia Dandos, Morningside's entrants were un- defeated. Throughout the year Morningside debaters traveled to various other colleges to participate in Debate and Discussion. They have been trying to find the answer to the proposition: Resolved: that the Federal Government of the United States should adopt a permanent program of price and wage controlsil RADIO Sound Off ' stand By tr? .5331 .5 Mft f , If few Onthe Air i -in hs F 1 - J X h 1 t 1 Interested radio enthusiasts spend time over in the Speech Barracks expert mentinq with the radio equipment and the wire recorder. DRAMA wt J .A After a short absence from the campus, drama finally returned this year With the arrival of Dr. H. Thornton to head the Speech Department. The Barn was con- verted to a little theatre and the first pro- duction, a hilarious comedy, "Brother Rat", was presented during the first semester. "Everyman" and "Taming of the Shrew" were second semester produc- tions. 14. ' 45-sl H ART AT ITS HIGHEST. .. i 1 ' ' 'Q 3 I I E H' M 3 g , ,Tim fisgnhag, fgfiiffgn? 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Ni- -u 4 5 4 1. 2. 3. -6 2. President Wallin A STUDENT COUNCIL President ..... .........,.,..,.,,,...,...,......... G len Wallin Vice-President ................................,.. Richard Aalfs Secretary ...................,,................ Bonnie Schrader Treasurer .......,.........,....,........,.,....... Tom Gerkin Social Chairman ................................. Tun Hamilton Program and Activities Director .................... Bob Eidsmoe Freshman Director ....,....................... Georgia Dandos Publicity Director ....,................... Ioanne Hammerstrom Member-at-Large ............................ Marilyn Goodwin Inter-Fraternity Representative .................... -Jim Fowler j Inter-Sorority Representative ......................... Ianet Burg Religion-in-Life Representative ..... ........... V irginia DeVaul ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE 1951-1952 STUDENT COUNCIL Initiated a non-aggression pact with Augustana, South Dakota University, and South Dakota State which re- sulted in no raiding of the Momingside Campus this year. Sponsored the Homecoming Festivities by putting up a sign on the Campus, purchasing bumper signs, con- ducting the parade and awarding the trophies, sponsor- ing a big bonfire at which they served coffee and donuts, and making all the necessary arrangements for the Homecoming Dance. Morningside also played host to Augustana royalty. Sponsored Freshman-Sophomore Day at which all students were ted at noon with Student Council serving the food and in the evening there was a free dance for everyone. Helped furnish a band at the Faculty Reception and acted as guides at the receptions. Contributed to the Gooclfellow Campaign. Sponsored the Christmas All-College Formal. Backed the blood donating campaign. Sponsored Sadie Hawkins Day activities, lunch and dance. Made all arrangements and carried out the plans for Walk-Out Day. 10. Sponsored the election of May Queen. l1.Conducted class elections. 12. lnnovated Ship-Wreck Party to Momingside. 13. Sponsored Senior Farewell Formal. First row, l. to r.g R. Aalts, C. Wallin, V. DeVaul, l. B1-ITG. l- Hommerstrom. Second row, 1. 10 iq, R, Etdsmoe, T. Gerkin, G. Dandos, I. Fowler, I. Hamilton, M. Goodwin. Wtqvlum ,., Q. l lf' v 1 . .' t F . , . I. ,. e , l A 1 Fin! row, l. to r.: Diana Sinning, Charmaine Reed, Sally Ann Nissen. Norma Iean Peters, Pat Pentony. Lewis. Gi 0 Second row. 1. to r.: Richard K. Aalfs, Bonnie Schrader, Glen R. Wallin, Eleanor Mohr, Maurice at Eleven Morningside Seniors terminated their College careers with the distinctive honor of being elected to "Who's W'ho Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Basis of election is on scholastic record, personality, leadership, achievement and participation in outside activities. Biographies of these people will appear in this year's issue of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges," a book which was first published in 1934 to give recognition to deserving seniors and to give reliable information about these seniors to interested people in the business world. ..63.. se. Q.. I I y KJ 'U First row. 1. to r.g H. Bikakis, I. Burg, E. Hunter, A. Iohnson, M. Shwartz. Second row, l. to r.g E. Moone, P. Pentony, B. Schrader, G. Harrison. AGCBA BOARD President ....-........ ,... P atricia Pentony First Vice-President ...... ..... H arriett Bikcrkis Second Vice-President-U .... Bonnie Schrader Secretary .............. ---Gayle Harrison Treasurer -------------- ---- A udrey Iohnson Senior Representative ---- .--- E dalene Moone Iunior Representative ------- -..---.... I cnet Burg Sophomore Representative-H ---- Mollie Schwartz Freshman Representative-U ---- Esther Hunter All coeds automatically belong to Agora upon registra- tion. The "hen club" helps mother the freshman chicks during the first weeks of school. This year they sponsored the Big and Little Sister Picnic followed by the Big and Little Sister Tea. lust before Christmas, Agora sponsored the Leadership banquet, recognizing the officers of campus organizations. Each year they honor a distinguished woman. Nineteen fifty- one's guest speaker was Mrs. C. A. Hoyt. After the Campus Carnival this spring, which provided the spending money for Agora's handbag, the girls closed their social activities at the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet. -64- President Pat coordinated activities i i n -4-.: ,-pez , :- it 1 I e . ' ' L1 r i sf iv i W , H 1 l l . J . - l j ' .N 'A 1 It , 5 9, viii- i it . K A' 5 .5-7-2. -.5 -me-E -I gnc- -sw f- ibyv-I Y W k in H Er E v""' ,tx F 6-P , . First row, 1. to r.: I. Gibbs, I. Miller, B. Kir1SGYt .l. Whaley, W. Wickland. Second row. l. to r., B. Schrader, D. Thompson, V. Devaul, E. Iones, B. Rice, P. Carpenter, Mrs. Day. Women's Self-Governing Association Bonnie Schrader President ..,,...,,,,,,,,.--,.,, , , - Vice-President .......,. .,... , - -Rebecca Rice --- - -Ioanne Whaley Treasurer ..... ............. - - -Patricia Carpenter Secretary -.,,,,,, ,,.,, Chaplain ........ ..... ........ S h irleen Nystedt - Twice a semester the campus historians, political scientists, economists, educators, meet at the dormitory for dinner, or in the home ot one of the members. This national honorary social science fraternity is made up of majors in the social science field who have met the academic requirements. Besides eating, the social scientists scheduled discussions on current problems, led by various members of the organization. - --'we 1, , , .5 -55-. PI GAMMA MU is l ss s me E E ,SSE s maxima m we n n w an i Q., -55- ,.. C7 mm B ii amass 4 t E E E M A-W as f First row. 1. to r.g H. B. Hawthorne, T. E. Tweito, E. T. Bauer, C. E. Bowman, S. VV. I. Walsh. Second row. 1. to r.g E. Tweito, B. Eidsmoe, G. Benner, W. E. Spomitz, G. Dandos, B. Schroder. P!'6SideI1'l ......,.....,,,.,,- -,---,--,- E , T, Bqueg' Vice-President ...,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,-, -H31-Qld Rqih Secretary-Treasurer .,...,,.,,,-,, Clifford Bqwmqn Faculty Sponsor ............... -Miss Ethel Murray Twice a semester the campus historians, political scientists, economists, educators, meet at the dormitory for dinner, or in the home of one of the members. This national honorary social science fraternity is made up of majors in the social science field who have rnet the academic requirements. Besides eating, the social scientisis scheduled discussions on current problems, led by various members of the organization. ALPI-IA KAPPA DELTA A t s . ' Fin! row. 1. to r.: P. Runge, M. Russo, B. Schrader, D. Sullenger, E. Tweito. Second row. 1. to r.g T. E. Tweito, E. T. Bauer, H. B. I-lawthome, S. W. I. Walsh. President or Nat. Representative Horace Hawthorne viC8-President ....-,...-.,,, -,-,,----- M qfie Ruggg seC1'9fU1'Y ------ ---Theresa Ramse TFBUSUTGF -------- .--- L enore Schultz Social Director .--- ---- B onnie Schrader The smallest college in the United States to have a chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta National Sociological Fraternity is Morningside College. The first chap- ter in Iowa was established here in 1926. This organization encourages ad- vanced research, scientific investigations and creative writing in the field of sociology. The local chapter consists of forty-one members, including students. faculty, teachers, alumni and social agency executives who stand for Christian scholarship dedicated to the service of. humanity in various fields of human welfare. -57- l is "" WW 9 'E' Q ,, -1 A fa K J First row, l. to r- M Russo E Morr B Sch d G ., . , . . . ra er, . Dandos. Second row. 1. to r.g D. Tritle, B. Eidsrnoe, T. E. Twetto. ! ' PI KAPPA DELTA President ........ ------ -Eleanor Mohr Vice-President ........ .... G eorgia Dandos Recording Secretary- - - - - - -Bonnie Schrader Treasurer ------------ ---Robert Eidsmoe D iw- t 1 it i l l Brandishinq their debate cases, Pi Kappa Deltians led the forensic activi- ties on campus This nati l h . ona onorary speech fraternity sponsored the third annual college tournament, including honorable opponents from four states as well as the third annual high school debate tourn t. Th amen ey were repre- sented at the Province of the Sioux, Pi Kappa Delta Debate Tournament as well th . as o er important midwestern tournaments. In between debates the took t' y ime out to sponsor an all college dance. Dinner at the El Bon Club and initiation of new members climaxed their season. HMV ' ft President ....... --- -Norma lean Peters Vice-President .... ---- G qyle Harrison SSCIGNTY ------- .... I 1.u1e Mousley T1'9US'U1'91'--- .... Cal Teasdale Technicicm--- ---M'11e5 Pqnon DRAMATICS CLUB Breathing new life into the almost extinct interest in theatre on campus, the newly organized Drarnatics Club presented two productions this year. The first major play on campus for a long time was the three act comedy, BROTHER RAT. Presented in the renovated Barn Theatre, the cast played to capacity audiences four niqhts. Eiqht members were initiated into Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha Psi Omeqa, international dramatics fraternity. They were Bill Durst, Earle Custer, Ed Chrusciel, Gayle Harrison, Don Carver, Eleanor Mohr, Norma lean Peters and Frank Leahy. First row. l. to r.g A. Williams, G. Harrison, N. I. Peters, B. Schrader, P. Pentony, I. Mousley. Second row. 1. to r.p C. Teasdale, V. Lilner, G. Draayom, E. Mohr, E. Moone, B. Durst. Third row, 1. io r.p D. Zimmer, D. Thompson, M. Patton, I. Nunemaker, E. Custer, I. Slupe, D. Carver. I I. I l ef 2 El- -1' fu? y 'GT' mv' OP First row, l. to r.: H. Menoundakis, H. Hoffman. D. Mayorqa, D. Sullenger, A. Suzuki. Second row. l. to r.g T. E. Tweito, E. Tweito, W. Sun, B. Storek, K. Trivitayakul, C. E. Burris. COSMCDPCDLITAN CLUB President ...... ,,,Daphne Mqygrqq Vice-President ..... .,,,,, I ose Sobqlvqn-0 Secretory ...... ..... ......... I os e Koo Chang Treasurer .... .... G uillermo Sobcxlvarro International themes were on the program at the Cosmopolitan Club's monthly meetings. Campus Cosmos, representing more than fifteen foreign countries, as well as interested U. S. students, also cooked native dishes for refreshments. The annual open house and program was held in the Barn. This organization helped to promote better international understanding by providing talks and entertainment for various organizations and churches in the city and surrounding territory. -70.- Y V . , 1. t .7 A. W'll' ms, I. Alberts, C. Ahart, L. Boone, I. Merrick, C. Sarris, N. Lehan. v glergclrlglzow, ll lo r.: V. lScllllzkorn, C. Chesley, I... Yanney, M. E1'1QSlYGf1Cl, B- MCIXWQHI E- Tomkvlslf L' Sparks, G. Anliker, R. Remmers, P. Yeoman. Third row l. to r.g D. Thompson, V. Lintner, D. Saupe, D. Peter, A. Hackney, I. Gunsolley, N. Peterson, B. Wisecup. ISHKCDODAH "Slumber Party" -,-.-....,-f .-,,. X , , 1' 'M President ...................... Ann Hackney Vice-President .........,. - - -LaVerne Lemke Secretary .........,....... - - -Ioanne Alberts Treasurer .... ..... .... .... R i 1 a Remmers This organization of all Freshmen girls met every Tuesday afternoon. The neophytes car- ried out a kaleidoscopic social program, in- cluding listening to interesting speakers, learn- ing to square dance, as well as a slumber party held in the Barn and chaperoned by versatile Miss Toll. The gals also sponsored a leap-year square dance which topped the mid- Winter season. . 1 A 1. .. C 5,11 1 71 .5540 .U-.L-1- -. , 1- Lxu -i--M,-RA. 111-1 A r. An. V Y A ,Y A, ju' wigs nr . W, 13 I ' H ,H r K.. ff. First row, 1. to r.g G. Day, I. Alberts, R. Hemmes, M. Sorensen, C. Ahari, I. Merrick, L. Wormley, Sparks. Second row. 1. to r.g I. Tice, E. Tweito, B. Anderson, S. Harms, E. Tornkvist, E. Maxwell, M. Gasser, P. Carpenter, A. Rewinkel, G. Anliker, H. Price. Third row, l, to r., M. Picklord, C. Krustenjerna, V. Willets, I. Pagan, V. Wyland, I. Hohs, B. Doherty, I. Boise, R, Girvin, I. Fowler. First row, l. to r.g D. Mayorqa, G. Maiorowicz, C. Erickson, B. Hickey. C. Sott, E. Brcruninqer. G. Pappas. Seond row. l. tc r.g E. Mohr, S. Nissen, S. Thacker, N. I. Peters, R. I-lartin, A. Iohnson, W. Wickland, M. Shrcxqq M Fleming. Third row, 1. to r., G. Harrison, I. Nunnemaker, S. Mackinqotsh, F. Leary, C. Reed, D. Hodges, K. Benqford, E Shrl linqlaw. f-' 17 4-"Q, 1 -..............-.i....-Li... - - -H -V ,-4 mmm.- , ...-4.1 ,- -- . .-s....g... 7 ,,,...-. SJ First row. 1. to r.: A. Wall, Second row. 1. to r.: A. K Woodrum. M. Yager, B. Kinsey, M. McCauley, M. Schwartz, I. Whaley, P. Pentony. Cowan, I. Broome, D. Hughes, V. Devaul, I. Corrigan, N. Nettleton, D. G-reggalunas, I. Miller, Third row. 1. to r.g I. Fraser, M. Madden, I. Padys, K. Erickson, B. Stephens, T. Stoddard, P. Hickman, B. Redman, I. Darwich, Dr. I. S. Wait. Future Teachers of America QQQF. NUTS? i President .,......... ---Kenneth Woodrum ViceP1-esident --.----- ....-.- D on Connors Secretary-Treasurer ---- ---- I oanne Whaley GQQ . , Advisor -.-.-...-... .... Mr . John wan .- .rf P W Outstanding educators from Sioux City were invited to the monthly meet- inqs of the Future Teachers ot America. Miss Mabel Hoyt, Dean of Women at East High School and Mr. Wineinger, principal of East Iunior High School were among this year's speakers. Members turned out in full force for the fall re- gional meeting at Buena Vista College where Pat Pentony was elected Presi- dent of the Northwest Region of Iowa. They also attended the spring conclave at Westmar College. Two delegates represented the Morningside Chapter at the February Delegate Council Meeting held in Des Moines. Besides discussing pertinent and important educational matters, the future teachers built, a homecoming float and held holiday parties. -73 it 124 I C lg fs First row. l. to r.g' V. Oskvig, M. Gunderson, M. Rasmussen, M, Gasser, C. Reed, A, Rexwmkel T Tott Second row. 1. to r,g S. Nissen, P. Carpenter, B. Kinsey, M. Carlson, A. Koole, S. Nystedt A lmdquist President ...... i- .... -,----Sa1ly Nissen Vice-President ........... .... Al leen Lindquist Recording Secretary ............... Vyonne Oskvig Corresponding Secretary- .... ,- - Treasurer ................ Mary Warden ....... ............ Chaplain ..... ....... Chorister ..... - - - Historian .... ..,. -Marcella Carlson Claire Gunderson -Pmamae Koole -Shirleen Nystedt Charmaine Reed Mary Rasmussen Mu Phi Epsilon is a national music sorority which promotes musicianship and friendship among Women students and graduates of American colleges and schools of music throughout the United States. Cn Campus our chapter presents an ensemble recital and Freshman Tea annually. They also pCiI"l1C1 pate in the All Campus Sing and Agora Carnival. MU PHI EPSILON ,74- ,L PI-II MU ALPHA Pfesidenf ..........., ,,-,---,----- W qllqce P1-gpg! Vice-President ..,..,... -,------,-- I Qseph Dqrwigh Secretfmr --....... ..... .......... E d word Barnes Treasurer--- ....... ...... V al Gene Moeller HiSf0l'iCm--- .......... ---Charles Krusenstierna Warden .........,..,., ,, ,.,,M--,--,- Pqul Selby NtIli0nCll Council Mun ,.,.,., .,,,,-,- A Hen Butcher Alumni ,Secretary .....,-...,,.,,,,-.., Ion V91-isek AdViS0r ............ ..... M r. Robert E. Lowry Gamma Xi is the local chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia of America, the national music fraternity. The fraternity continually strives to advance the cause of music in America. In doing so, the fraternity presents to the public an Amer- ican Composer Concert in the fall and also sponsors, on a national basis, a composition contest. Gamma Xi, even though a National Honorary Music Fraternity, partici- pates in all the social activities on campus and in the past few years has sponsored an all-college dance, featuring their own seventeen piece dance band appropriately named Sinfonians. First row. 1. to r.g I. Fraser, B. Norris, W. Propst, I. Darwich, E. Barnes. Second row. 1. to r.: C. Krusenstiema, B. Sullivan, I. Whitehouse, I. Vorisek, B. Wolf. Third row, 1. to r.p V. Moeller, F.,M,acomber, A. Butcher, Z. Zurcher. - -75- l E r First row, 1. to r.p L. A. Iohnson, M. Lewis, C. Peterson, D. Goettsch, P. Lane. Second row, 1. to r.g I. Whitehouse, D. Masters, A. Larson, G. Webber, R. Par- sons, Mr. Steinjes. BE TA KAPPA President .............. Ken Woodrum Vice-President ......... Maurice Lewis Secretary-Treasu.rer- -Carleton Peterson Historian ................ Dale Masters This departmental club is maintained by the microscope-peering, scalpel- wielding biological students. With Beta Beta Beta, national honorary biology fraternity, it helps stimulate interest in biological fields. Holding their business meetings on the same night as the five other Iones Hall organizations, Beta Kappa mem- bers joined the other scientists for en- tertainment and refreshments. Films on South and Central America and talks by department heads of the college high-lighted the meetings. The group prepared various exhibits for the an- nual Sci-ence Exposition and helped sponsor other scientific activities. -76... CHEMISTRY CLUB President ...., U, ,----,- Anen Larson Vice-President ....,.... Gayle Webber SQCYGTGTY ----.. .... M aurice Lewis Treasurer .... ..... D ale Masters Advisor .... .... Mr . Steinies Student affiliates of the American Chemical Society maintain the Morn- ingside chapter Chemistry Club. Be- sides its Science Exposition projects, members sponsored the Sioux Valley section meeting of the American Chem- ical Society which brought on campus speaker Dr. Harry P. Gregor, qssoci- ated professor at Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. First row. l. to r.: P. Lane, N. Dahlin, A. Hackney, B. Wisecup, L. Lemke. Second row, 1. to r.: C. Peterson. I. Koo Chang, A. Larson, H. Hoffman, L. A. Iohnson, I. Writehouse, D. Masters. Third row, l. to r.p S. Soiseth, G. Webber, R. Parsons, 'B. Storek, M. Lewis, D. Goettsch, D. Hodges. 1. 3 -4 'TE'- n af- 4 ' 3 ' ,B ' , . x l a gif! 4 X 555 N , 'Wy eg., H E RYA H K, V mpijm 5.5. '. 4 B is N ls. E-5 ms nn 2' BE Jill .:. tm ....:. ,. 5215.3 'll H ilu-n.l:E H " 'lllllili st it 5 E is H qgiwttg BSS YK! H .W H 35233 - as -.-me " 'Q W 7.212222 ' 3 - 2530" E :..,:5:-5 .. . E M f1v:l?:,:,, E f 1 4 E ,. HEQLQEAY +1322 mu ,qnwauql H rl-11521 fha 5 2 1-D x . 1, A. if ek ii First row. l. to r.: R. Larson, R. Miller, D. Strandburq, I. Zyzda, I. Gallie. Second-row. l. to r.: Mr. Gwinn, C. Gilman, B. Parson, H. King, L. Nelson, PRE-ENGINEERS CLUB M. Iune, T. Gerkin, President ............... 1 ....... Donald Strandburg VicePresident ........................ Roger Miller Secretary-Treasurer ..................... Bruce Hill The Pre-Engineers Club is an organization devoted to scientific pursuits and promotion of good fellowship among those interested in science. It in- cludes students interested in physics and mathematics as well as future en- gineers. In its bi-monthly meetings, where the programs are dedicated to re- ports and lectures by members and outside speakers, the club provides a greater background in their individual vocational fields for its members. The Pre-Engineers devoted a great deal of their activities to preparing for the Science event of the year, the Annual Exposition. Co-operating With other science or- ganizations, they also helped sponsor the Seance at the Agora Carnival. H E ., B gt B 2213: fs! -77- Student Christian Association President ....,..,--,,,,-, -,------------ B ecky Rice VicePresident ..,,,--,-,----- ---Gertrude Dmayom Secretary-Treasurer ,-------,----- ---- C an-on Usher Worship ----.......... ............ M sure schwm-iz Social Relations ..,,,,,.,, --------h B annie Schrader World Relatedness .,.-,,--, ,.,,-- M ul-591 Leivesfad Campus Affairs .....,.., -,.,-.--,,- B everly Kinsey An all campus organization, the Student Christian Association provided an opportunity for students to participate in a program of Christian living while on campus. Commission groups sponsored parties for the Boys' and Girls' Home and the Helping Hand Mission and also helped plan stimulating and inspira- tional meetings. The S.C.A. mixer again highlighted Freshman Week. First row, l. to r.: L. Lemke, B. Vxfisecup, A. Hackney, M. Peterson, V. DeVaL1l, L. Boone, M. Schwartz, I. Whaley. Second row, l. to r.p M. I-lerke, E. Moone, S. Harms, S. Mackintosh, E. Brauninger, H. Price, I. Baxter, G. Draczyom, B Rice, P. Pentony, B. Schrader, D. Tritle. Third row, 1. to r.p C. Usher, D. Frey, M. Porter, G. Maiorowicz, B. Kinsey, M. McCauley, M. Yager, I. Hadden, E Custer, G-. Webber. A -1 , ? A r s ,vs it it Y . B R , ...Q . L , Q I' N Q 0 r X .5 .xii , . - - -Edalene Moone President ....... Vice-Presidents- - - - - -Phyllis Runge Ioanne Albrecht -Bob Baxter TITGCISUISI' ............. Don Shoemaker Deputation team chairman Secretary .... --- nu-, -----------------Isabe11e Gibbs Alumni News Letter ........ Ioan Collin Marshall ............ Armargdo Sardon P1151-iCiiY--- .......... Dale Masters "A Call to Serve is a Call to Pre- pare" served as the year's theme for the Kappa Chi Fellowship. Those stu- dents who had dedicated their lives to Christian service studied various types of preparation, helped with an open house for freshmen and new students and again sparked the deputation team program. KAPPA CHI Firstrow, I. to r.: R. Parson, D. Tritle, V. Lintner, D. Thompson, M. Goodwin, G. Day, C. Teasdale. M H ' 2: r saw B me E E B L First row. 1. to r.: E. Custer, E. Moone, I. Collin, H. Price, M. Porter, C. Teasdale. Second row. 1. to r.g D. Tritle, P. Runge, M. Russo, I. Albrecht. D. Sullenger, C. Usher. Third row. l. to r., G. Vtfitter, D. Carver, I. Mousley, I. Baxter, E. Lamport, D. Masters. GRACE CCLLEGIANS Second row, l. to r.: M. Peterson, S. Harms, M. McCauley, I-l. Price, M. Porter, I. Mousley, D. Carver, Mr. Iohannaber. Third row. l. to r.: D. Masters, G. Maiorowicz, G. Draayom, I. Slupe, E. Custer, G. Webber, A. Sardon, B. Storek, G. Witter. ? tl president -----H-,,,,,-,,.. Helen Price Vice-President ......... GC!Yle Webber Secretary-Treasurer- ..--- lanice SluPe Community Service ....... Terry Witter Recreation--. .......... ---Duane Tntle Publicity -.-,g-,,-- ,,,, Gay le Webber ' Cal Teasdale Food Chairmen ........ Geraldine DCU! Amy Williams Margaret Porter Grace Collegians, the Methodist Stu- dent Movement on campus met every Sunday night at Grace Methodist Church for a.n evening of fellowship through worship, discussion and recre- ation. Social events included picnics, caroling and a hayride. 479.- l ii was :ass l I Rim mr -1 . 177 T rt lr' s k .T ? 'O-r 3 1555 E First row, l. to r.: B. Wisecup, L. Lemke, D. Mayorga, B. Rice, G. Pappas. Second row, l. to r.g M. Melby, G. Harrison, I. Nunemaker. R. Hartin, G. Adams, E. Shillinglaw, H. Bikalcis. Women's Athletic Association .30. President ....... Vice-President .... Secretary ..... Treasurer .... Publicityu-, ---nun Intramural Manager .... - - - -Von Dell Glaser --,--------Becky Rice - - - LaDonna Rispalie Elisabeth Shillinglaw - - -Maryanna Melby - - - - Georgia Pappas Fostering a spirit of good sportsmanship and creating an interest in ath- letic activities and accomplishments, the Woman's Athletic Association spon- sors an extensive intramural program. Girls may win letters and sweaters by participating in both team and individual sports including archery, volley ball, basketball, badminton, and bowling. ,- 'Yr B Hickey F Bovis I I-tarrimerstrom, I. Larsen and C. Sarris. is n yn. Taking command of organized yelling dur- ing the football and basketball games this year were tive cheerleaders, personifying school spirit as they led Morningside fans in a show of enthusiastic support of the team. Energetically serving in this capacity through- out the past year were Elaine Bovis, IoAnn Hamrnerstrom, Bernadine Hickey, .Iudy Lar- sen, and Connie Sarris. In addition to their duties at game time, the peppy quintet presided at student pep sessions and provided half-time entertainment at sev- eral ot the games. -8 -8 " X Kawai' U. pg .. , .Lg CA Pj ,N ei. 1' u,"uH""W wx Hum, W Q we 'S' f ..,.., .fs.Ma-f.v-1j,X:y5.,g . ,, Editors. iirst row. 1. to r.: I. Hcxmilfonf I. Burq, B. Phelps. Second row. 1. to r.: I. Hcxmmerstrom, E. Iohnson, R. Kanter, P. Roqers, D. Hughes, B. Eidsmoe, B. Burtness. 1 "1 CGLLEGIAN REPORTER bw? 1' 9 l f n V 1 .nf 1 .,..,. Editor Hamilton and Reporters, N. Lohan, D. Carver, P. Yeoman, E. Mohr. S. Taylor, I. Merrick, K. Iohnson. Hidden in the recesses of the Main hall basement can be found a room popularly known as the Collegian Reporter office. This room is famous, among other reasons, for the fact that its inhabitants provide a vital source of informa- tion for Morningside students through the publication of a news-magazine on alternate Weeks. Under the capable editorship of editor-in-chief Bob Phelps and managing editor lim Hamilton, the CB. boasts a staff of efficient editorial associates and numerous re- porters who combine their various talents and, despite all efforts to the contrary, succeeded in turning out approxi- mately sixteen editions during the past year. The Reporter has consistently maintained , a high standard in its journalistic achievements as is confirmed by its receipt of an honor rating from the Associated Col- legiate Press of N.S.Y.A. for six consecutive years. Photographer Barrett Off on a trip around the world. 0 if zmirfa. A .Ti N . 'V xi, Z: , ? E -8 Y-T ',-,sivzi -'-'T ',"l'?F'a T- nuauaqe-1 --f fy- -1 .- 6 ..,.h WW ' - L.1 l f SIGMA L TAU President ....... ........ N cxncy Cline Vice-President ........... Ianice Slupe Secy-Treas. ............. Robert Phelps Advisor .............. Miss Mirah Mills W First row. 1. to r.: D. Hughes, M. I-lerke, V. DeVaul, N. Cline, Y. Yanney, B. Phelps. Second row. 1. to r.: B. Schrader, E. Mohr, D. Andersen, I. Burg, D. Sin- Hiflq, I- Slupe. I. Mousley, R. Kanter. Devoted to the study and promotion or me English Language and literature, members oi this national honorary fraternity are also interested in the culinary arts. Dinner meetings have become traditional for these English majors and minors. Meeting in the home of Nancy Cline, president of the group, or at Miss Mirah Mills' home by the side of Transit Avenue, the Sigma Tau Deltians per- sued a study oi current literature. The highlight oi their literary and culinary activities was the annual Spring picnic breakfast, Where Miss Mills, chef, presided over the cooking of her famous scrambled eggs and bacon. MANUSCRIPT Typewriters hummed as manuscript members hurried to meet the deadline ior the creative Writing publication, "The Manuscript." Students interested in creative writing met monthly to read and discuss their own Works. Lett to right: A. Scott, E. Mohr,'D. Hughes, Miss Lloyd, Mr. Barks, G. Rush and E, Moone. A Left tcrright: Standing. B. Hughes, H. Bikakis, K. Iohnson, L. Rispalje, Seated: E. Mohr, and I. Vorisek. Editor ...... .... G eorgia Dcmdos Art Editor ...... -. ...... Ion Vorisek Picture Editor .... ---Harriett Bikcxkis Literary Editor ----------- ----- E lecxnor Mohr Men's Athletic Editor --.--- ------ K eith Iohnson Women's Athletic Editor --------- LcxDonnu Rispalie Photographers -----.------ Art Barrett. Wally Propst Expeditor --------- ------------- B ruce Hughes Index ----------------------------- Evelyn Decker Reporters---Don Carver, Reva Kanter, Ncmcy Lehun, Mary McCauley. Edalene Moone. Iean Vigen. Amy lim Irwin. 'Left td right: Standing. E. Moone, M. McCauley, R. Kanter, N. Lehcm, and I. Viqen. Seated: E. Decker, P. Yeomon. 42 ef'-e - the X: ,441 -. e -- -w,. i f g :J If, P-5.-it Sf - 4-',f I--,: vi: .. x . ,H , . g-E ,gay av ,lflii X' pau' 55 . ..g ., QQ ri , 5. M gf xxms ,N as nl 1. :rf-nz, m Sa' ms ms Emu gm. E ms ss ms mn a ms mn mx .main mm B? M15 -. . MW. gps fv Bagan MEN VOT E FEB67 Ol' ss ss mn H B a ms ss mam mn E ss nm wa 2 E ss mn ss B ss m nw EM M E . ' Rkbkktk-Rlkk M H . mn ' , H V- . ww Q gm M, H :gags H , A HM B as-H H H H mn E H in H Wf-SE H MH N K Emi mssmwmms ms sm E mg E BMW sf 'W X HE Fm mum Km Hxzmwg was Esau mms .H H M M H nl wc B H 1 I E M ' , H W H W H gay .og ,, as was Wm WSW Us X ' W H , H, 0? H Q N, in xX ss g s V NXX . mn H k N E K E. Q B .- ,wam ss MW . E we-ga :E wgmw N :gi -H -ss, na 1,1- ms Kmxitxxi I-IerQ's 5ome Suqyested Cbnfhmes Har , l Cliff! .-X 47QQ W' ' ,L 'comm Adams U L NL xKlsn H3 -3 lkw GREEKS 'I Parties, parties everywhere, sponsored by the six Greek organizations. put the spin in Morningside's social whirl. Three social frater- nities and their sister sororities planned and entertai.ned at a series of gala events from teas to talent shows. Ranging in formality from ieans and sweat shirts at the barbeque to the strictly formal dinner dances. the fraternities and sororities set the party pace with all-cam- pus shindigs as well as exclusive gatherings. As a result. Momingsiders whirled. -87 I1P".ZII"UF"IZP' IPIZGD'-IU: 8... Officers First Semester President ..................... Vivicm Oleson Vice-President ..... .... C hcrrrnaine Reed Recording Secy. .,.... ...... I oan Collin Corresponding Secy. .... ...... I anice Slupe Treasurer ............. Chaplain .... Usher ..... Critic .... Report: .... ..... - - - - Shirleen Nystedt - - - -Muriel Leivestcrd ------Dia:nu Sinning ------ -Dorothy Sullenger Genevieve Mcriorowicz Historian .... ....... Ann crmcxe Koole 2 Second Semester Chtrrmcrine Reed Dianna Sinning Genevieve Mcriorowicz Kathy Young Ionice Slupe Ancxmcre Koole loan Collin Shirleen Nystedt Marcella Carlson Alice Suzuki M. Ccrrlson I- Collin M. Gasser A. Koole P. Lane M. Leivesiad I. Lintner G. Mcziorowicz D. Muyorqcx D. McPherson S. Nystedt V. Oleson C. Reed C. Scott D. Sinning I. Slupe D. Sullenger A. Suzuki R. Wilson R. Wood K. Young W. Q. Q , ZFHH ' 5- ..n u 'P n a'P'7Q,, ,.,-1 i' 'Q' Q, .mf 'fm f sri' x X ,UN lk Q ' 'K 'as ,- sv Q A 1 . , jpmxwm xv ex Q . A 1 H 19" 'E' 'f , 1. -89.. ,, .gf --90- PMI .rnfv - ,K A91 Q l "Q: 1:1 l ' u r l X - , . l l Officers First Semester Second Semester President ...... ---Dick Acxlfs Glen Wallin Vice-President-u ------- Iim Fowler Torn Stoddard Treasurer ---- -.--- T om Stoddard Dick Aalis Secretary ...---------- ---Roy Knutson Bob Eidsmoe Corresponding Secy. ---- ---- B ob Eidsmoe Oral Chinn Sgt.-at-Anus ....--... ....--- B ill Ide lim Fowler Parliamentarian ----- ---Glen Wallin Kenneth File Chaplain ....-... ---- G rant Vincent Verlin Heuton rex 551 I JSM? E Stoddard XMWPGJ Tudehope 5 f -1' s, 1 Vincent Wallin Welding Wilder Williams -ti Ili? .Z f LW! In-' l ky Q.. Q! l R. Acllfs K. Albright A. Bomgocrrs B. Buckley L. Chinn C. Creglow I. Crowley R. Delonq B. Downs B. Eidsmoe K. File I. Fowler T. Gerkin M. Grueti I. Hamilton M. Heeren B. Hughes P. Hummel I. Irwin K. Iohnson R. Knutson D. Larsen A. Lindgren D. Lonq P. Lorrenger B. Lyle D. Oxenford I. Pcdys A rwmmrnwu- .wo men: I 'W ' up fi 11, ,r ' I' , 1 , . H W, 6 I F J Q ' ti- vt f ' BVII A ' ' 'E ' 'L' Q Q fa A 'F I' 7 ' 1 V fi ffl? F. Q 'X ' xl' 5' :-- T: rg 59' x - g, 'A A jg. t i f? '-I I , Ng, . " , in x, , X D Q W ,,. I . 5: . , su- B' R 5 I W ' ' x vl V lf, 1 ai n , r . Q. wr g Q' -F A 7 V A ...., if L Q 3' i ' P' A fl" fl! A A A ' K ,.,.. .,..r... I l zii: 'X 7,44 Au Aw: 4' 321263 f-'BHK T A A L P H A Officers First Semester Second Semester President ........................ Mike Shraqg Bill Spears Vice-President .... ....... E d Barnes Ed Barnes Secretary ..... -... H arold Skidmore Dick Norman Treasurer ............ ..... M ilo Thompson Melvin Pederson Corresponding Secy.--- .... Harold Coffman Bob LeFleur Historian ............. ..... C harles Housh Frank M6Queefn Pledqemaster ..... ..... P aul Allen Lyle Eckhart P. Allen E, Bcxmes H. Coffman I. Glecxson D. Hill I. Hohs C. Housh E. Lcmdsberg R. LeF1uer M. Lewis . McQueen D. Norman D. Pace M. Pederson N. Reid B. Ruchinsky M. Shrogq . Skidmore . Smith . Storek . Thompson ,Xt K' J Q1 f 1 12.1 6 J 'Q iv' '53 K5 ' 1 1 Sw...-H Q 1,-.mf H ' AQ T' O P 4. Q , .5- 1 sam Kas, X e X Q ,, P ,Q vw , 1 A ,L -.zfZ,.....,I X I Pe f gw? vi .gi . W ' 1 'Qfi 3 X, I9 -93- !Js'11'-UDHW ""'U ::u,':l::'-::Jr't!JH Jo T' R , 'I' 11,1 QAZJRY I . ,gl t ' W x Na 1 ' rf' Qu, N 'JFJ' A C It -'3 3 Jn 'uf' . Q - - x "9 ss Officers Fil-sf Semester Second Semester 'President .,,,--,. .,.., H arriett Bikakis Mary Hex-ke Vice President ..... ..... M ary Herke Mary Claire Gunderson Regarding Secy. -,,,,,m .,...... I anet Burg Becky Rice Corresponding Secy. ......... Yvonnie Yanney Eleanor Mohr Treasurer ..,................ Virginia De Vcrul Dorothy Andersen Sql.-at-Arms .... .... M ary Clare Gunderson Mary Ann Rasmussen Hall Chairman .... ............. M ae Olson Mary Yegqer Critic ,,,.,...., ,.... D orothy .Andersen Lynn Brauninqer Reporter .... ....... B GCICY RiCe Ncmcy Cline Chaplain ,,-., .......... E 1601101 Mohr Georgia Pappas Libi-qi-ian .--,.,. .... M ary Ann Rasmussen Vyonne Oskvig Pledqemaster .... ............ P at Rebuck Pat Reback 'I' D. Andersen H. Bikakis E. Brauninqer I. Burg P. Carpenter N. Cline V. DeVau1 P. Grube M. Gunderson I. Hadden M. Herlce I. Iamieson B. Kinsey M. Melby E. Mohr M. Olson V. Oskviq G. Pappas M. Rasmussen R. Rice L. Rispalje B. Schrader M. Schwartz I. Whaley M. Yaqer Y. Yanney -i f 'S 9, I .'.yl', F' C in ' T' , r .X L! 'A Icdwph Jaw L , ,J -' ,jf xlfyw L jar.: J ing E M? :f -4 :s: Jkgiiai,-., , . V Q A. ' ff! fix Y - 3 .:: ' "5 Q f . ' ., -2 . .H-fm -.5 5 . . .. 1213- 5. ...w-ww . ,1 sa. . sz K' ,..- -' .. Te EZ?-5 L fQ4l5 a12b ',.!2f I Rf 'z . 1 , P ' JJ: A ga 19 .fl gi ,gig , X-556 ,Wil x ' , : ' 1 . XE 1 ' '-., I He X E 'sk . ,.,, gl, 9, S wg, T-4 . f Y v lu T -Ji' W QU' . e . Q N . i X G 1 I L L '32 ' . UQ... - X I A an M ex I, .- sal -.XT . X . 5 I R - n GE' K-fx b , , 5 - Y - . K .. 1 4:4 4. vi . .- M in -951 .. ,I ' W, Q E 75-1 kim ' J.,f'-'36 'xl' 1 cr'-31 I x 4 R AA A P P A Z E T A H I ,. Officers First Semester Second Semester President ........ .... N ancy Hubbard Fox Pat Pentony Vice President ..... .... N orma lean Peters Kady Brodsky Recording Secy. ....... ..... K ady Brodsky Corresponding Secy. ........ Rosemary Hariin Treasurer ..H..,. Chaplain ..... Reporter .... Librarian ........ - -- - - -Ianet Durlin ------------Pat Pentony - - - -Ioanne Hammerstrom - - - - -Virginia Harpster Social Chairman ..... ......... P at McBurney 'Pledgemaster .... First Critic ..... Second Critic .... First Usher ...... Second Usher ..... First Directoress- - .... Joanne Nunemaker ---------Ruth Tarvin - - - - -Marilyn Tonn.igan - - - -Gayle Harrison - - - - -Marlene Mylan - - - - - - - Georgia Dandos Second Directoress -----. Elizabeth Shillinqlaw Gayle Harrison Audrey Iohnson Ianet Durlin Carleen Erickson Marleen Mylan Ruth Tarvin Nancy Hubbard Fox Ioanne Nunemaker Nonna lean Peters Marilyn Goodwin Nancy Netileton Rae Mize Virginia Harper Iocmne Hammerstrom 5- K. Brodsky E. Cord G. Dcmdos I. Durlin B. Edson C. Erickson I. Fouts V. Glaser M. Goodwin I. Hammerstrom V. Harper G. Harrison R. Hcriin B. Hickey A. Iohnson L. Tohnson P. McBurney R. Mize M. Mylan N. Nelileion J. Nunemaker P. Pentony N.- Peters P. Rogers E. Shillinglcrw M. Sorenson R. Tcxrvin M. Toniqcm Z K ,. L 'K' r 1 fill, our -gag.. qu- 8. 1 ":.m1'i"'7"5Z-'. ,ff g 4 fr Liksm f -' , V . ' r 2 if 5+ Q P 3- AS. ' ,gpg ..,, I I R 51 -76 15 S-if M I , s 5 F' , "' r A-. I ., s ' .,..N , xctfl ,. X . .X .1 .,., L ' J .X ' . -:-: ft if Y Officers First Semester Second Semester President .................... Charles McNutt Dick Throne Vice-President .... ...., D on Minor Evert Iohnson Secretary ..... ...M E vert Iohnson Bob Burtness Treasurer .... ..... G erald Miles Iim Reed Sgt-at-Arms ..... Chaplain ..... - - - -Miles Patton - ---Iohn Smith Wally llohnst on Clifford Hansen L D. Smith 'F .1 l. Smith .1 . ii. W. Strong A 1 6. - 5 D. Teschke - K D. Throne , .P P- ' S .fl ll. A" ,pf A. Barrett B. Benneti G-. Brooks I. Burke B. Burtness M. Calvert C. Carter D. Clements M. Fleming B. Goles G. Garcia D Gell D. Gottsch S. Greiqq C. Hansen B. Hill D. Isaacson E. Johnson W. Johnston C. McNutt D. Mielke I. Miles D. Minor R. Parsons M. Patton B. Phelps W. Props! I. Reed ws- xg W , ws, ff W H . ,Miki .Q .fggimwi A 'aa . 9 H.. ,kewl as ' new .jg - 1 as w ' ws H H 'si v '25 r 4 . -mmm s s J 2' mms w R I I S' J' .Her . x g A' Q2 ' A If f , . A ,H ,: :': .,:- . "Vw: Q I 1 1 F7 'i Et I 47 x 1 Eh V.:-. -99- l t . I six 1 : "S fa.. ,nl i 1 R-S0 CJL First row: 1. to r ., V. Oleson P, McBumey, M, Olson, I. Slupe, I. Burg. Second row: 1. to r., N. Peters, P. Pentony, D. Sullenqer, H. Bikakis. ljupervising rushing season and co-ordinatinq the activities of the sororities on campus kept the Inter-Sorority Council busy. Composed of three representa- tives trom each sorority and their advisors, the qroup is advised by Miss Toli. The orqa:nization's only ofticer is the secretary, Vivian Oleson, whose job rotates from year to year between the three sororities. Inter-fraternity Council started out the year with a food booth in Main Hall to contribute money to the W.S.S.F. Drive. All three fraternities supporting the cause, the Council helps to co-ordinate activities among the fraternities. Bob Burtness and Miles Patton acted as presidents for this year's Council which set up pledging rules. First rowztl. to r.p D. Hunt, B. Burtness, H. Skidmore. Second row: l. to r.: H. Coffman, M. Shraqq, B. Hill, Mr. Tommeraasen Third row .l. to r.g J. Fowler, B. Lyle, G. Wallin. Qjl 638 23' qjiv stqigofs 6 O ...100.. - , P kin X xx ' r 'X K ' X x Y L 1 fy I f 1 CQ " ' I ATHLETICALLY Ncuufn wa ,U A fie 2593 Ti? Wil., I .H f M as :fix-.41-,.. 7. gm E, u.WC.:V5,,w, - I b W 2 Q22 EEQQQ--Mg '- ' - 'V :ww-.- V . f- '?a'511L-ay '1f11L.S5Vf-- 4-.W . : -zu T11 't- .,- f:vVgV.1 I I., . HM ' aww. E' "',1f.--url' -'E - we H an V Bgmzy'--2, 5. :'-f'.-:4,+-+- V . . H. mf .V SQ s . . ' . .- ..1.m-kg. . Sy-,'1Lf'T.'-XJ-livr f H11 ,, A'-bf '-mfgff. fiezfsfwih-'-'V fww.v'.'V X .1 f H511 H ms "' .- .gpm U. " V n .- Y M J M . H- ny as t wig- 'Jim V win .V 1 , M 5m -'J . " .y 4",'fV' H .V ff1:w,"'.12i gh ' 'J ,I , . .. l rg V.. 1-, -'r 1 p7"1U.Nj,' v' ,fi .f V'-5 rr' -I.. W 9'7"-'L :T7:'.iL' 147' ' " . 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The annual can tell only a small irachon of the seasons story but through plctures and records can serve to re- mmd us oi our passed year of college sports test is most significant to those who participated. 103- K' t ." Xl -fwfr. :e'."":.": firm'-:-' ':'- :1- 1 . ef f-1 .'r5rwft.e ' 4 : " - ' in 1 .- -- , . -. it 'r - eg mi. ,fe . 'wer . F OO TBALL The Final Tally Sept. 13 Here Morningside Minn. St. Teach. V2 Sept. 22 Here Morningside So. Dak. St. 28 Sept. 29 There Morningside No. Dak. U. 21 Oct. 5 Here Morningside No. Dak. St. 6 Oct. 13 Here Morningside Augustana D Oct. 2U There Morningside So, Dqk, U, 27 Oct. 27 There Morningside Iowa St. Teach. 27 Nov. 3 There Morningside Omaha U, 20 Nov. 10 Here Morningside Iowa Wesleyan 7 Droullard and Captains Reardon and Fleming The 1951 Maroons, under the tutorage of the newly- in by the Maroons of the past season. There were numerous appointed Clayton Dvgullgrdl Wound up their football Sea- outstanding individual performances both in the line and son by winning three games, losing five, and tying one. 1119 bClCkfiG1d- The appointment of Mr. Droullard to head footb-'ill On ine f011OWinCJ Weel the iourney to Grand Forks. NOfll'1 coach came unexpectedly last August as a result of George DUICOTGI WGS C1 futile One S0 for CIS winning- The MGFOOUS Allen's resigning to accept a similar position at Whittiizr led the Bison till lflle in the fmlflh CIUGWGT when North College, in Los Angeles. Mr. Droullard had successfully Dakota Went Ghefld to STGY 21 to 15- coached freshman football and basketball at Morningside A Week MIYBI. NO1'th DClkOlG Slate became the first Con- for two years prior to his appointment as head coach. f9f6nC9 ViClin1 of the MUFOODS- Pl'-'1Yin9 Cl hCn'd'hiffinQ, Athletic Director, A1 Buckingram, took over as head line "heads UP", type Oi football. MOI'1'1inQSid9 spilled ine coach. Ed Renfro also assisted in this department. NOClCIkS 18 10 5 in C! h0n'19 901119- In the first enounter with Minnesota State Teachers, there BGf0YG CI hOIn9CO1'HinQ CTOWCI, the Maroons caught fire was little doubt that Morningside would gain their initial to UOUIICG the Augustana Vikif1QS 25 tO U. This ended win. This was a good shot in the arm before meeting the Morninesides Winning wet' for the season. Iniuries had highly regarded South Dakota State. Entering the game as begun to take their toll and the Maroons tell victims to three definite underdogs, the fighting Maroons found themselves consecutive defeats at the hands of South Dakota University, on ire top end of a 16 to 14 score early in the fourth quar- Iowa State Teachers, and then to Omaha. The Maroons ter. The "never-say-die" Iackrabbits, however, siomied tied Iowa Wesleyan 7 to 7 on Parents' Day to end another back in the final stanza to score a pair of touchdowns gridiron season. matched with successiul conversion attempts to hand The Morningside Iunior Varsity team, made up pri- Morningside its iirst loss of the season. Many regarded the marily oi freshmen and sophomores, defeated the Univer- South Dakota State game as the finest performance turned sity of South Dakota Pups in both encounters. ' Mike Fleming CCO-Captainl Iack Reardon fCo-Captainl . . , Guard End Coach Dtounard Athletic Duector Buckingham' Earlham. Iowa Detroit Michigan we it 1' AXJYUTYEWT' t ' ' 5 " ' - W4 , fl-45 VESW' ' Q flatly. W W . J "figs X, . In ' fm: W -- , -, -- - ' sf w - -, -"' -fgiiggrpvln-'Km AQ, 2 W' .H,ww'?L-LQ' fi' W?-Q ? Tffxy Kgs fi' f b f im M ,Wg Y H, Q x wa .ms sfvxgm gina 14-is. H af 5 5 H I My Y. .. ,I SYM wi, .3 ww -W nf -f I , H if E: M f M ' ,A mf .W SM-. MKG. 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K ,nies "" ' 'V' H' 5"'l'NI1 QV" V ' ' Y .f I V X 'X I ,. , ' , f' fare. 3 V A 135 ' .. - ' W ."',,. ' ii iff? if Q V 4 fha, 1' 5 pei' R'- X L' " . s my wr' 5.41 1 fu E Third row, I, to r.: W. Wagner, D. Waleryszak, V. Kirkeqaard, L. Harpster, Weikert, G. Lawson, K. Iohnson, V. Wyland, W. Pickford, D. Isaacson. D. Norman, P. Rydell. Fourth row, 1. to r.: I. Smock, G. Garcia, W. Thomas, I. Padys, I. Reardon, R. Doherty, I. Boice, A. Welding, P. Bates, B. Matter, I. Irwin. Dave W019Wszak Curt Creqlow Dick Weikert I Buck ' I Back Back CINCUQO, Ilhnoxs Rock Rapids, Iowa Omaha, Nebraska Allen Welding Center Sioux City -107- E ee Ee e sis E nl lg na ..,. , 5 ss Q n -R' a Hams -P .-...i ml .. FW Gerald Lawson Allen Lindgren ' Center Guard Omaha, Nebraska Alben Cifyl Iowa x.. 'Q' - xg I , 7:...1.4,..,, , r , Virgil Kirkegaard Guard Sioux City 2 n E W H 1 Y 'gqgf Howie Staber Dick Norman Gil O'Doheriy Back Back Center Sioux City ' Shelby, Iowa Bfiqhivrl. Michiqdn -108- Willard Pickford Guard Chicago, Illinois El? ' 5, 193' Irvin Sutherland Center Birmingham, Michigan We w wi' 1 -atjk . Q 4-I . -1 fx A First row, 1. to r.g B. Wickett, F. Knauer, D. Miller, B. Ide, W. Wagner. Second row. 1. to r.g Coach Buckingham, D. Minor, B. Hussey, A. Brunsting, D. Norman, D. Blumeyer. Third row. l. to r., A. Bomgaars, W. Long, D. Gresham, R. Knauer, K. File. BASKETBALL Under the coaching of Al Buckingham, the 1951-52 Morningside basketball team was again one of the finest small college teams in the country. The Maroon cagers won second place in the always tough North Central Con- ference as well as nipping many highly rated non-conference opponents. Especially impressive were the Maroons in advancing to the quarterfinals of the National Intercollegiate fN.A.I.B.l Basketball Tournament. They won the right to compete in the tourna- ment by first downing Parsons College and Wartburg College for the Iowa Play-off champ- ionship. Playing brilliantly, the Maroons defeated Pepperdine College of Los Angeles for a first round victory. After surprising the tournaments second-seeded team, Eastern Illinois, the high- flying Maroons were labeled "Giant Killers." The winner of the tournament, Springfield, Mis- souri, finally ended Morningside's hope for the crown. Leading scorer for the Maroons in all games played this season was Morningside's out- standing center, Doug Gresham. Gresham aver- aged l4.65 points for 29 games, and was fourth high scorer in the Conference. Men like the Knauer brothers, Ide, Norman, Hussey and Wickett played consistently good basketball the whole season, and thus made Morningsid- ers proud of their basketball team. Coach Buckingham -110- Momingside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Mominqside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Regular Season Dakota Wesleyan Wayne Iowa State College Carleton Westmar Fresno State, Calif. Wayne DePaul North Dakota State North Dakota U. South Dakota State North Dakota State Iowa State Teachers South Dakota State North Dakota U. South Dakota U. Iowa State Teachers Omaha U. Augustana South Dakota U. " ' tt... ai. , ..........,.-e....-..--.......s- X H if "ul.:. ...- 2 :25 " f ,,,. Morningside Invitational Tournament Morningside 76 Omaha U. i i A Douglas Gresham I Winnipeg. Canada ' - Most Valuable Player f .. .. "f e -- -2-:-bi5:5e:5535:w:::2- I .,.., , ..,. . ..., ..,,,,. , ,.. V--,,,, .,, ,,-, .-,- , , ...., . , .-E-h:::w:::. .,....,,., .... . .. ... ss ....-. i .fe .... ..... ef ,tw ... ,,. 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Iowa -111- i Morningside National Intercollegiate Basketball .xzzvvzzf ' -Lyl- I-..-.-, ,,..- , - 1+ i: -:- ,, -- -:.:. .: 5.5 V' , .35.:.Az "' -' " ' " Z Z-ia' """'A lit 1' ' 1 ' "i Z.--5.....,,, Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside ., .A nk ., 1, 1--1-L f :m:- nf- ! -- , '-"'2':": Tournament 74 Parsons 77 Wartburg 84 Pepperdine 98 Eastern Illinois 74 ' Springfield 'Indicates winner of tournament. 1-1i ft 12:1 7 7 M-4 YQ: f .,,. . jr Dick Norman Guard Shelby. Iowa 112- W , Ray Knauer Bill Wickeflt Forward Guard Sheldon. Iowa Luverno. Iowa Fred Knauer Guard Sheldon. Iowa I Cf, Momingside Momingside Morningside Momnigside Morningside Momingside Morningside lil . 1 .... 75 , :M -r - ..- -rf l? 'i I-'int row, 1. to r.: W. Wagner, B. Miller, D. Muir, V. Wyland, R. Blumeyer Coach Droullard Second row. 1. lo r.: V. Bctrrett, E. Brunsting, A. Brunsting, C. Hansen B Rosenboon D Boldt Third row. 1. to r.: T. Hackney, D. Gustin, I. Fowler, A. Bomgaars B Durst I UN IOR VARSITY Wayne Curry Floor Co. Nunn-Bush Westmor- Harbeck's Wayne South Dakota State Morningside Morningside Morniniside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside Morningside 94 Augustana Coach Droullurd TRACK vv P-. 1'4" Vit , 2 5 ,J-f First row, 1. to r.: M. Fleming, M. Madden, K. Iohnson, R. Gohring, R. Thevenot, T. Levitto., Second row, l. to r.: D. Hodges, E. Custer, W. Sun, B. Thomas, D. Irwin, V. I-leuton. I ' Smith, Coach Iohn Watkins. ff" .f With the exception of a few one or two man squads track has been for the most part a thing of the past at Morningside. With the temporary elimination of spring football in 1951 track did however get something of a revival This year Coach lohn Watkins capably took over the full scale Job of re- building track. Lettermen back from last year were Red 1-leuton a top notch distance runner and Milt Madden a veteran javelin thrower. Sprinter Dick Clements and Keith Iohnson a middle distance runner completed the nucleus lor this year s squad Q ' "A," .J ' 1 l , 4 -fy 1 'I ' t w N o.9 'W M' wit h i ,Af 'B First row. l. to r.: Coach Ioe Broome, W. Wagner, R. Bluymeyer, D. Weikert, B. Sadiack, B Wickett Second row, 1. to r.: M. Fleming, H. Staber, B. lde, L. Swain. D. Larsen, B. Hussey, D. Minor Third row. 1. to r.: B. Creglow, D. Hartnett, E. Guinane, B. Bates, L. Harpster. L. Williams, G. Lawson, I. Reed. I. Koopman, G-. Evers. BASEBALL Coach Broome had seven lettermen on hand when he rounded out his 1952 baseball club. Included in this list were Dick Norman, Walt Wagner, Ierry Lawson, Bob Hussey, Gil Garcia, Bob Bates, and Bill Ide. Of the six -letterrnen Wagner and Norman were the only returning regulars. A new feature of this year's home schedule was the playing of all the games at Soos' Baseball Park -114-- KA . . j L lg T42 f 9 Z. at 15' ll "MW A :" 5 . t Q , if I '1 I L: - " i , 3 an , - . . 4 N A. 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The year was bequn with a fine start in Touch Football as Iohn Wat kins took over the organization of the intramural program. Crowley's Crushers again this year came out on topiin both football and basketball tournaments Men also participated in a softball and volleyball tournament. CLUB First row. l. to r.: I. Sutherland, K. Benqforcl, I. Padys, D. Girvin, Second row, 1. to r.: I. Reardon, M. Pickford, D. Waleryszak, I. Third row. 1. to r.: M. fleminq. V. .Wyland, V. I-leuton, T. Levitto, Four row, 1, to r.: I. Fowler, L. Harpster, D. Weikert, I. Boiqe, A. Filth row. 1. to r.: H. Staber, D. Gresham, W. Wagner, M. Schragq. P. Rydell, D. Phillips, A. Lindgren Lawson. B. Buckley, G. O'Doherty. G. Garcia, B. Creqlow. C. Creglow. Welding. W f E E mags mx -X sis .u mm LH 1 sf ff mm nw mug ' m WB sm 2,4 .,s xx ,Q X15 sf' xx ,M , ,QB A- ' EKLHWEW2 " as W -sf W huh K ng' y :Humax BSS BH? gm SJ? 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V- 21.4 'S Mfw, HM mwnwg H WEN ri Lai V: and M 5-xwgmsw -sswlmmfwgmmffgsn H Aggwgff ,wgmaa M WEN .M 1WMmm3,,w.m Wwgw 'uw Q X fm ,A W M MMWW, Q EA an a is , A B Y , wash . BS.. ' ' N' na an :mfsawpNi:'m K - I E ss B K Q 1 sa ,E an s . W Q. Q gs A B may , X em' Wm H. gi ATHLETICS For recreation and sports, the college offers a varied program through the year. 'I'he new qym. with every type of equipment, does not let the sports-minded spirit weaken. Tourna- ments are in progress every month. It's iun to try one's skill whether it is tumbling, modern dance. or basketball. Women can be good sports, too. A Varied Program Womer1's Physical Education Majors Firsi row. 1. L R B. Rice, N. Fox, V. Glaser, G-. Pappas. G, cms ' Second row. 1, to r.. I. Larsen, Ad , E. Shzllinqluw. i . I X -3 5 I I Si ' 6, .il 18 l Q- I as L, , Volleyball Archery Played An Active 'Part 119- Basketball -.,'. - .-,.,1..?-. 7 .-....T, .i., I 0 , ' , -msz::4..tw--W ' " -' - ,- "T"L"" We .Q Square Dance Softball Badminton In A Balanced Year -120- --.-.,l-1r-- -lint. ...i -i vii. LIUDGEH X . 'f ff4f95i'3Y-' f .T few 3 X X , 'N A uhhh' 'Mn' EAUTY OUND over prefers ........ ATTENDANT: MISS IOANNE HAMMERSTROM G s AS ATTENDANT: MISS CONNIE SARRIS 1952 Sioux Queen l X w ,.. , in mf , new nv w s W. 15.5 Q 5' -SH-f W' Q22 Q 1- SEV Ei gbgw ,A Qg,:1a5gw-sf 5?gmg4 2-Hnwef-' xfgmgv - rwwwfm mfg fu, , HZFWMH 3Q?Zf3fiZg,L za,-mzixfgqw 3-QQ . Y 'ffgifgifkgizfa 35 , ,K xmiamifwisgl - E 'wg aumffwfmtiw Xmwg -I X fgmgwm. 3 ,ww 5 ' f EHMEEELW. -mgw 5 X , fkwngyzfw Q , -,wi-555 ME ,I Q! gpg,-gym, mi' f-1-'wzgwf ing 3-KIA wiygfqfglh N 'wi Q ' K wig-.fi Cg,?g1gmim .W vi- 5 Higgs ' ,mw- me i. wg- Qa- A E Q! +1 fxm -K .gsm . 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M 'I i v al - , V ' .,,t ,.V.- i U Qs: :ui 6, N-""'!.".s4-w".'i"J nr-:Lf i , QQ t Y si Q. gba- ' wiimiil The Spirit RQ The lgep Raily x li Hz A E I-A5 ' ' -A .1 'Fi I ' 'Q Q 'S I f .u '7"u4-- 'T Q ,1,.. I. D xmg B QL The Band The Dance ':z:',.' ' , x, . , 1 , - X - A ... x .2 , Nl X, f" Attendant: Miss Norma Iean Peters Attendant: Miss Charmaine Reed Escort: Mr. Iim Fowler Escort: Mr. Kenneth Gleason :Maxx if t"i 4 S it A7 Queen: Miss Bonnie Schrader it Qi ' , .'.t M ESC0ff21Vlf- Len DGY M flfif, in , N ' 1 i ig 5 ya' t'ft '- K5 W 5 f 'V f i .Ria -- fi A , , .M l I N "ff D '- 5 ' XVWQS f I 5,2 ' , - H - I R Q, X I ' 1 , R 1 V1 , ' V 3 . V x - 'f. t yy! ' 1 tt n-L We Coronation +133- 4-V, Qiigjm, " V i ' 5... 4 , . ---H La- 5, ,. A. . ,A bfi 1 Ky 1-' VE: :Uh-' T' " 3 : l'ac.L:r 1.,f':' 3 15- : 3 ,t V ' ff-'7'1l5 Q.: AL ',, "Nj-I -'.,.:,.,.,.5-4' 'viii ,,,,, , -F .VM , , ,,,..,.e.,,,,,v-,hZ5: I. 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QQ, . wiv xg , f, 2 3 6 if P-'55 ,ff x v Q A gg, 4- N Y " 'X 3 nl' 6 gee! r 3 3 gm I - K 'Y "Came was raised on Bass Field." FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE DAY .W T.. A., at Mrs. Emily Bruce Hoyt acknowledges honor. Agora Club recognized Morninqside's girl leaders at a banquet, early in the winter, at the Mayfair Hotel. Mrs. Emily Bruce Hoyt, well- known as a leader of worn- en's activities in Sioux City was honored as "Woman of Leadership." AGORA LEADERSHIP BANQUET FACULTY RECEPTION Faculty's genial hospitality made everyone at home. nl"lMZ,-xx -,,,....- 'L CHRISTMAS is a gala time Dorm XX Pm EEN E 0 R X I x a gs EQNx Ns. 'T a a a sd f:5.f1 ' 35, is Q Faculty Party A11-College Formal A Good Old Fashioned Tune Was Had by All at the uare Dano 9 For the Hrst time Morningside mid-year graduates marched at Baccalaureate Services. A traditional handshake. a smile, and congratulations cfi- maxed four years of hard work at Commencement services. AGCJRA SING First place-originality Kappa Pi Alpha First placefqualiiy Phi Mu Alpha Second place Three Beaus a nd a Peep Third place Kappa Zeta Chi p N Q, ' Q25 a sg? a ffl, Ji My X 139- RELIGION-IN LIFE WEEK "What's In It For Me?" was the biq question on campus during the Week of February 18-27. Dr. Iohn Magee, former faculty 'member of Morningside College, was leader for the week. He led the search for answers to the timely question in his chapel addresses and in his leadership in coffee hours and bull sessions. . ,Je 1 , .1 f- ' i Aw, v . VA. - ---" V t .. Q Dr. Iohn Magee Bull Session iii Miss Dimmitt's Birthday i Party BA e vm spew Phi Sigma Talent Revue 699 Queeg vga!! era. W' 5906 69 lx mimi Miss Dimmitt acknowledges honor. Queen ot Hearts Dance wo' sem "The best in entertainment reached the spotlight." -441- SHIPWRECK PAR S. S. Morningside Lost at Sea "Come as you were when ship went down. No iime for frilles or fancy gown. If cz native suits your eye, Grab her guy, iime to ily." DOBM FORMAL EXPOSITION j 1.-' I fl QJWFP s " w - St'-Y-rf .k.O fi N fx Cb XX 'v-vv , . A 9 . . ... -Y ,4l"N-. 'TW ,lil -a 4 P v .-. :, 5 . J , ' f JOE? !'.',nl W ' ..1,!.. N. -r .. . - .f.-ffipjf ,j-'-"u,,.,5f', .-ff-':vK5w5'1r-v' 'x N. JJ, I ,"-V A AGORA CARNIVAL ' , Q x Mata, 4 .XXX ' EE' N'Q LIIWB w- :f 'll is 145- as -:- .Eff ,A M H E ml 2 3 if Q was firw XZ 0 0 Second Semester: Glen Wallin 'U-is picked by the Collegian Reporterl First Semester: Georgia Dandos SG 0 S05 x I , X . ' -1, .. -we-3-U"l'f, 1. "G I -:r l 'sl V .1 ag -' -. . 1 :jf . l mn f ' f . 5. "" ,- ' Q V I K ,' I. J X r.. D . I l A I v N l - X W 9:45 FRIDAY MORNING The House Council Oak -,a. , , Vi' I 1 "'V""' ' Vg Schwcn'lz's 'I'he Bam 5 lf , M W "3-11. :-1-.,,. ,, LJ., ..,. .,,, ,.. . , 9 THIS MAY BE YOU sf W "Xu: Q-'U .Q 1,1 m L x Q? ll ms Us mx BSE!! sw B X. U -nl 1 n 150-I I-Iello everyone, Well, the last pages of the l952 Sioux have gone to press. We now have time to go over the happenings of the past year. It has been an eventful year on the Morningside campus and We of the "Sioux" staff have tried to bring you back memories of it in this yearbook. As editor, I Want to thank all students and faculty for their support in compiling the Sioux. Everyone has shared the burden and since this is your book I hope you like it. "Mitey the Maroon" is a new creation and I hope he stays around for a long time for he exemplifies the wonderful spirit of a college campus. My staff come in for recognition and gratitude for their un- tiring help. Mr. Gwinn and Mr. Langley are to be thanked for acting as advisors to the Sioux staff. I'll never forget Mr. Roth, the janitor who let me out the door just as he was locking up for the night. All I really Want to say is that I hope you like the 1952 Sioux. Georgia Dandos mam'-04042 for the l952 Sioux. Custer, Earle Richard .... 35, 5 INDEX ' A Aalfs, Richard Keith ........ .... 2 6, 62, 63, 91 Ackerman, Lawrence D.--- ............ --54 Ackerman, Robert A., .... ............... 4 6 Adams, Georgia Mae ......... 34, 80, 118, 125 Ahart, Connie Mae .... Alberts, Ioanne Lee .... Albrecht, Ioan B. ..... Albright, Keith M. .... Allen, Paul Martin ..... Andersen, Dorothy ....... Anderson, Barbara Kay .... Anderson, Loren Eldon ..... Anliker, Gayle Marlene .... Amold, Ward R. ....... Ashton, Iohn Cyril ..... Atash, Manou Chehr--- B ------------7l, 72 -------46, 71, 72 -----40, 54, 79 -,----40, 91 -------Z6, 93 -----34, 84, 95 -------40, 72 --------46 -----46, 72 ------26 -----46 ----------4O Barnes, Edward Rollin ..... .... 3 4, 53, 75, 93 Barrett, Arthur I. ......... Barrett, Virgil Albert ...... Bates, Robert Harter ..... Baxter, lean D. ............ Baxter, Robert Edgar--- -----40, 83, 99 ---------113 -----lO6, 114 -----24, 78, 79 ----------40 Beaulieu, William Clayton ................ 1 15 Behling, Gladys Martha ................... 26 Bengtord, Ken A. ............ Benner, Glen Louis ........ Bennett, Robert Edward ..... -72, 105, 106, 115 -----------26,66 -----40, 99 Benton, Barbara B. ........................ 40 Bianchini, Victcr ...................... 26, 1 15 Bikakis, Harriett .......... 26, Blumeyer, Richard Lee ....... 64, 80, 85, 95, 100 -34, 110, 113, 114 Boice, Iohn O'Conne11 ......... 72, 106, 109, 115 Boldt, Wesley Herman ................ 46, 113 Bomgaars, Arvm ......... .... 3 4, 91, 110, 113 Boone, Lois Lcrene ..... Bostrom, Robert Niel .... ----46, 53, 71, 78 .- .......... 54 Burg, Ianet Lynn ...... 34, 62, 64, 82, 84, 95, 100 Burke, Iohn William .................... 26, 99 Burr, Douglas Elroy ....................... 40 Burtness, Robert Elliott ........ 34, 41, 82, 99, 100 Butcher, Allen Kay ..................... 53, 75 C Calvert, Morton Williarn ..... -------41, 99 Card, Elizabeth Ann ....... ....... 3 4, 54, 97 Carlson, Charles Arthur ................... 46 Carlson, Marcella Winona .... 34, 53, 54, 74, 89 Carpenter, Patricia Iayne ...... 41, 54, 55, 65, 72, 74, 95 Carrigan, Ieanne Evelyn ............... 41, 73 Carter, Charles E. ...................... 41, 99 Carver, Donald Lee ....... 34, 53, 54, 69, 79, 83 Cary, Glenn Lyman ....................... 34 Cason, Darlene May ...................... 41 Chesley, Cleo lean ...... Chinn, Oral Lee ...--...... Chittendon, loanne Marie .... Christensen, Barbara Ann .... -----46, 71 -----27, 91 -----4l --------41 Clark, Ion Lynn ........................... 47 Clements, Richard Carlton .... ------34, 99, 106 Cline, Nancy Ieanne .......... 35, 84, 95, 127 Coffman, Harold Emerson ........... 27, 93, 100 Collin, loan Ruth ............... 35, 41, 70, 89 Connors, Donald Earl ..... .............. 2 7 Coome, Richard Edward ................... 41 Cowan, Alton Walter .......... 27, 73, 105, 106 Creglow, Curt ........... .... 3 5, 91, 106, 115 Creglow, Robert Iarnes ....... 35, 107, 114, 115 Crowley, Iohn Francis ..................... 91 D 4, 69, 78, 79, 114 Dahlin, Nancy ......................... 47, 76 Danoos, Georgia--33, 35, 62, 66, 68, 85, 97, 146 Darwich, Ioseph .............. 27, 53, 54, 73, 75 Bovis Elaine------nun ----------81 Davis, Thomas ..... ..........-....... 3 5 ' Day, Geraldine .... .... 4 l, 53, 54, 72, 79 Brady, Eugene Ralph ..................... 46 Demon Bob 2,7 Bras' Percy "'- ' -'---"'--'-------- 46' 53' 54 Decker, Evelyn ........................ 41, 85 Braunrnger, Ellen ....... , 52, 53, 72, 78, 95 Delong Rodney Ellsworth 35 91 Brodsky' Kane -------------'----------- 26' 97 De-veui, virginia 33, 35, 53, 62, 65, 73, 78, 84,, 95 Bromander, Duane Myron--.--- ...-.... 40 Doherty' Ronald---------------------72' 106 Brooks, Gene Owen ....... ......... 4 6,99 Donovan, Robert ----. -------- 3 5 Broome, Ioseph 1. ...... .... 2 6. 73, 114 Dow, Dennis ...,.,. ,-,.-,. 3 5 Brown, Fred Alfred ...... - ......... 26 DOW' Deffeu ------ - - -------- -35 Brunstinq, Alvin Lewis ..... ........ l 10, 113 gSgLnSgmRtJjI:IfJC5g"' "5g':1i'461Q Bfunsfingf Edwin Leo ----- --------------- 1 13 During, tener ...... if 6-EL--L--135,l 97 Buckley, Robert Lee .... ..... 4 0, 91, 106, 115 Durst, Wi11iG,n,, .-u. ---- 4 7, 69, 113 -151- ----------42, 93 E Edson, Betty Ann ................ 41, 53, 54, 97 Eidsmoe, Robert R. .... 27, 62, 66, 68, 82, 91, 115 Elias, Norman ............................ 34 Engstrand, Margaret Ann .... .... 4 7, 71, 128 Erickson, Kenneth Le Roy ..... ....... 2 7, 73 Erikson, Carlene Fern .... Evers, Gene Frederick .... F File, Kenneth ............ -----41, 72, 97 -------4l, 114 ----27, 91, 110, 111 Fleming, Loren Russell ........ 27, 72, 99, 104, 106, 114, 115 Ford, Ioyce Lee .......,...... ....... 4 1, 53 Forsberg, Iames Walfred ................... 47 Fouts, IoAnn .......................... 41, 97 Fowler, James Lowell .... 33, 35, 62, 72, 91, 100 106, 109, 113, 115 Fox, Nancy Elizabeth .................... 1 18 Fraser, Iefferson Emanuel ..... ---53, 73, 75 Freeman, DeVere August ..... .......... 4 7 Frey, Donald Ralph ........ -----35, 54, 78 Fritz, Robert Dean .......... .......... 2 7 G Gales, William Stanton ................. 35, 99 Galli, Iames William ................... 41, 77 Garcia, Gilbert .... . ....... 40, 42, 99, 106, 115 Gasser, Margie Claire ........ 35, 53, 72, 74, 89 Gassman, Clark Evan .... Gell, David E. ...,..... Gerdes, Darlene ldell .... Gerkin, Thomas Scott .... ----42, 62, 77, 91 Gibbs, Isabelle ............ .............. Gibson, Donald Leeroy .................... -------46, 47, 54 --------42, 99 --------------42 65 27 Gilman, Chandler Robbins ................ 77 Girvin, Richard Howard ...... 72, 106, 109, 115 Glaser, Von Dell lean ............. 136, 97, 118 Gleason, Iames Leonard .... Gohring, Roger Edward .... Goodwin, Marilyn Ann .... -----47, 106, 114 ----62, 79, 97, 106 Gottsch, Delbert Henry ..... ....... 4 2, 76, 99 Hamilton, Iames ........ Hammerstrom, Io Ann .... -36, 41, 62, 82, 83, 91 -42, 62, 81, 82, 97, 122 Hansen, Clifford ................ 36, 53, 99, 113 Harlow, Iules .......... Harms, Shirley Mae .... Harper, Virginia ...... Harpster, Larry ...... Harrison, Gayle ..... Hayes, Alvin ....... Hartnett, Dick ......... Heeney, Raymond ..... Heeren, Marvin ....... Held, Charles .... Helmlce, Phyllis ..... Henry, Vivian .... Herke, Mary ......... Heuton, Verlin Dean .... Hickey, Bernadine .... Hickman, Paul ..... Hildreth, DeWa11 ..... Hill, Bruce Lloyd ..... Hill, Dale .......... Hoberq, lack ..... Hodges, Don ...... Hoffman, .Helga .... - Hohs, lack, ....... Holmes, Allen .... Housh, Charles ..... Hughes, Bruce ........... -----------27, 41 -----42, 72, 78, 79 -------------27, 97 -----106, 109, 114, 115 ----36, 64, 69, 80, 92, 97 Hartin, Rosemary ..... - ..... 28, 72, 80, 97 -------------42 ----------ll4 ---------28 ----26, 28, 91 -------28 -----------47, 54 -----------------28 -----36, 53, 78, 84, 95 -------l06, 114, 115 ----42, 72, 81, 97 - ........ 28, 73 -------------47 -----42, 99, 100 --------28, 93 ---------------28 ------36, 72, 76, 114 ---------..---42, 70, 76 ----28, 72, 93, 105, 106 ----------,--------28 -------36, 93 ------36, 85, 91 Hughes, Dean .................. 36, 73, 82, 84 Hughes, leanette Delores .................. 42 Hummel, Paul ............. ....... 4 3, 91 Hunt, Darwin ......... ........ 5 3, 100 Hunter, Esther Marie .... ........... 4 7, 64 Hussey, Bob Dean ............ 43, 110, 111, 114 I Ide, William I. .... ..... ..... 1 l 0, 111, 114 Irwin, Dwight S. .......................... 47 Greqcluncsl Doris ------- ---------- 2 7, 73 Irwin, Jim D. ................. 47, 91, 106, 114 Greiqg, Stan Lloyd ,.................,. 42, 99 Issacson, Richard DeWayne .......... 99, 106 Gresham, Douglas Trevor ..... 27, 110, 111, 115 I Grindberg, Ruth Anne ..... .............. 4 7 Jamieson, lanet ..... - ........... 28, 95 Grube, Patricia Ann ..... ..... 4 O, 42. 95 Ighnson, Audrey ..,,,..,, ,,,, 4 3, 54, 72,. 97 Gfueftf Monfe Deane ---- ---------- 4 7' 91 Iohnson Evert Alfred ................ 28, 92, 99 Gumane' Edward """""""""""" 114 Iohnson Herbert Wa ne 36 Gunderson, Mary Claire ...... 36, 54, 55, 74, 95 , , , Y -----------'---- '- Gunsolleyl Jeanette Irene----------n47' 54' 71 lCl'1nSC!'t, Keith Wlllldm 40, 43, 83, 85, 91, 106, 114 Gustine, Duane Ray ......... .... 4 7, 113 Iohnson, Lee Ann .................. 43, 76, 97 H Iohnston, Wallace Edwin ..... ...... 4 3, 99 Hackney, Elizabeth ........ .............. 4 7 Jones' BHG '------""""" "" 4 0' Hookooy, Thomas ........ ..... 7 1, 76, 78, 113 Tune' MONO SfCm1Y ---- Ii -- --------- -- H dd , ' ...... ...... 4 2, 78, 95 , H2',gef,f,n,le,S5S,f,2,ne ---- --------- - --27 Kootof, Reva .... 1 ........ .... 4 3, 82, 84, 85 Hglsfroml Hqrlgn .--- --,----- 4 2 Kaup, R1Cl1C1I'd Wllbuf .... ..-.--------- 2 8 -152-- ' King, Bert ................................ 28 King, Harlan Kenneth .................. 43, 77 Kinsey, Beverly ........ 52, 53, 65, 73, 74, 78, 95 Kirkegaard, Milo .......................... 28 Kirkegaard, Virgil ....... Kivlighn, Donald Dene .... Klay, Russell Dee--.- .... - Knauer, Fred Eugene .... Knauer, Ray Gerald ..... -----106, 108 -----------48 ----43, 53, 54 -----110, 112 -----110, 112 Knutson, Roy ......... ..... 2 8, 91 Kohn, Muriel Louise .... ................ 5 4 Koo, Iose Chang ...................... 43, 76 Koole, Anamae ......... . --3 Kopecky, Iohn Herbert- Kott, Olga ........... Koupman, Iohn ........ Krusenstjerna, Charles ....... L Lamport, Eugene ......... Landsberg, Earl W.--- Lane, Phyllis Ruth .... Larsen, Iudith K. ....... Larsen, Richard L. ......... Larson, Alan Raymond ..... Larson, Darwin Dean ..... Larson, Edward Allen .... - Larson, Robert I. ............ Lawson, 6, 53, 54, 55, 74, 89 -------------------53 -----. -----43 -----------114 ---53, 55, 72, 75 -----28, 54, 79 -----28, 53, 93 -----29, 76, 89 -----43, 81, 116 -----43, 91, 114 -----36, 76 ----53, 54 ----------48, 54 ----------53, 77 Gerald Grant ........ 106, 108, 114, 115 Leahy, Francis L. ..... Lehan, Nancy C. ...... LeF1uer, Robert I. .,..... Leivestad, Muriel Rae .... - --------------72 ----48, 71, 83, 85 ---------29, 93 ----------43, 89 Lemke, Le Verne Ellen .......... 48, 76, 78, 80 Levitto, Anthony F. .... Lewis, Iohn M. ....... Lewis, Maurice L. ....... - Lindberg, Robert Keith- Lindgren, Allen Wayne ..... 105, 106, 114, 115 ----------------48 ---29, 63, 76, 93 -------------------29 -43, 91, 106, 108 Lindquist, Alleen Lois ........... 36, 53, 54, 74 Lintner, Iris Mae ....... - .... 36, 53, 54, 89 Madden,.Mi1ton Thomas 44, 53, 54, 55, 73, 114 Majorowicz, Genevieve ...... 36, 54, 72, 78, 89 Malloy, William Thomas ............,...,, 29 Masters, Dale ............., .-,, 2 9, 76, 79 Mather, Frank Everett ..... ........,..,,, 1 06 Maurer, Roberta Marie .............-.,...a 48 Mayorga, Daphne- ---- - ------29, 70, 72, 80, 89 Maxwell, Bonita Marie .-.------ 48, 71, 72, 128 Melby, Maryanna .--- Menondakis, Helen--- Merrick, Iudy lane ---- Meyer, Bruce William- Meyers, Milt Oliver--- -----37, 80, 95 -------------70 ----48, 71, 72, 83 ----- -----------44 ------- -- ----48 Middleton, Glenn Winfield ----- ---,--- 3 7 Mielke, Dick Earl ------------- --,- 4 8, 99 Miles, Gearold -.----------- ------- 3 7, 99 Miller, IoAnn ----------- ,,,,--,-,,,,-,- 5 4 Miller, Dwaine Francis ---- ---.- 1 06, 110, 113 Miller, Ianice ----------- ,----, 2 9, 65, 73 Miller, Roger Irvin -----, ,--,,,,,, 3 7, 77 Milton, Marvin Fred ----- ,,,,,--,-,-,--- 3 7 MiI101', Donald ------ ---- 3 7, 99, 110, 114 Mize, Rae Evonne ------------------ --,48, 97 Moeller, Val Gene ------------- --,,,,, 5 4, 75 Mohr, Eleanor .--- 26, 29, 63, 68, 69, 84, 85, 95 Moone, Edalene ------ 29, 64, 69, 78, 79, 84, 85 Moore, Elsie L. --------------,----,---.,,, 29 Morey, Edith Genevieve ----- -,------- 2 9, 54 Motter, Robert Franklin --------------- 48, 106 Mousley, Iune ------.--. -----37, 69, 79, 84 Muir, Dick Herman ----- -------,-- 4 8, 113 Murray, Don Gordon ---- ------- 4 9 Mylan, Marlene ---------- ---, 3 7, 97 N Nelson, Lawrence Dean ------------------- 77 Neswick, Bob Eugene ---------------------- 44 Nettleton, Nancy Ann ------ 44, 73, 97, 123, 125 Nissen, Sally Ann ------.- 29, 54, 55, 63, 72, 74 Norcott, Valentine Francis ----------------- 37 Norris, Bruce Anthony ----.--- 37, 53, 54, 55, 75 Norman, Dick Harold--44, 93, 106, 108, 110, 112 Lintner, Virginia Lou .--- ---- 4 8, 54, 69, 71 I Long, Donqki Lee ------- --------- 4 3, 91 Nunemaker, Ioanne Marie--37, 69, 72, 97, 100 Long, Wilbur -------.------ ------.--- 1 10 Nystedt, Shirleen Cecelia .--- 37, 54, 55, 74, 89 Lorenger, Peirre Eugene ----- ---.----- 4 3, 91 0 Lovelace. Curtiss ------------------------- 48 o'Doheriy, Gilbert A. ---- --.-- 1 oe ,108, 115 rL'yle7tWilliam W. .-..-..----.-- 29, 91, 100, 115 Oehpich Loma lean 49 54 M I ---- --------- I MCBumey, Pai -.-.----- 5 ---------- 3 6. 97. 10E, Ohm! Gvfdon Edward ----- --------- , 44 McCauley, Mary Elizabeth- -43, 53, 73, 78, 79, 85 Oleson, Vivian E1CIi1'19 .-.-. ....... 2 9, 89 McGill, 1011195 --.------.--------------.---- 29 Olson, Mae Louise -.---- ----- 2 9, 95, 100 McNutt, Charles ---..--- --.-- 2 9, 99 Qrm-,gel Iohn A. -------- --..------. 53 Egg11fggn'FE1?5lige """ ""' 1 2' Oskvig, Vyonne Ianice -.-- ---- 3 7, 74, 95 ' 'UM "" '-"-' ' ' Ostlund, Douglas Harold ----- --------- 3 O Mackintosh, Sonya Ellen --.-...--. 44, 72, 78 Otter PC1111EdWGrd ------------ -4--49. 54 Macomber, Frank Sheridan .----.-----. 55, 75 Oxenford, Donald Edward .---- ---- 3 O, 91 -153- Pagen, Ioseph R. ..................... 72, 106 P Pace, Richard W. ...........,...,,.,.. 37, 93 Padys, Iohn I. ......... 37, 73, 91, 106, 109, 115 Schultz, Lucille ...... -.-- ............... 49 Schwartz, Mollie M. .... .... 4 4, 64, 73, 78, 95 Scott, Carol M. ...... Selby, Paul F. .... -------38, 72, 89 -----45, 53, 54 Pappas, Georgia ......... 37, 72, 80, 95, 118, 122 Parsons, Robert W. .................. 44, 77, 99 Sharp, Keith N. ........ ,,,,,,..,,,.,., 3 0 Sheley, Leland .,.........,.,..,,,,,,,,,-. 38 Shillinglaw, Elisabeth 1. .... 38, 72, 86, 97, 118 Shinkunas, Alfred A. ,... ........,,.,--, 4 5 Shoemaker, Don E. .-....-..,,..,.-,,,.,,, 38 Shragg, Meyer Sydney ...... 30, 72, 93, 100, 115 Parsons, Roger B. .... .............,. 7 6, 79 Patton, Miles H. ......... ..... 4 0, 44, 69, 99 Paulson, Emogene, A. .... .......... 4 9, 53 Pederson, Melvin Al ................... 37, 93 Peer, Rex Eugene ...............,...... 53, 54 Pentony, Patricia Io 30, 63, 64, 69, 73, 78, 97, 100 Persinger, Eugene H. ................ 49, 53, 54 Peter, Dorothy lean- ............ 4, 53, 54, 79 Peters, Norma lean 30, 63, 69, 72, 97, 100, 124, 133 Peterson, Carleton Iohn .............,... 37, 76 Peterson, Marilyn Ioan ...... 44, 53, 54, 78, 79 Peterson, Norma Louise .....,...... 53, 54, 71 Phelps, Robert Lyle ........... 38, 41, 82, 84, 99 Phillips, Richard larnes ............... 106, 115 Picktord, Willard L. ..... .... 7 2, 106, 108, 115 Poling, Emery Gordon .... ............... 3 0 Porter, Margaret E. ..... .......... 7 8, 79 Price, Helen G. ......... .... 4 4, 72, 78, 79 Propst, Wallace ................. 30, 54, 75, 99 R Rasmussen, Mary Anne .....,.. 38, 53, 74, 95 Reardon, lack loseph ............ 104, 106, ll5 Redman, Billy W. ................ 30, 53, 54, 73 Reed, Charmaine--30, 63, 72, 74, 89, 124, 133 Reed, Iames Keith ................ 38, 99, 114 Reid, Norman Daniel ..... ...... 3 0, 93 Reiter, Marjorie Grace ..... ........ 4 9 Rernbe, lim Louis ........ .............. 1 05 Remmers, Rita ............ ......... 7 1, 72, 128 Rexwinkel, Alma Ruth ...... 44, 53, 54, 72, 74 Rice, Rebecca Anne ............ 33, 38, 95, 118 Rispalje, LaDonna Elizabeth .... 38, 85, 95, 118 Rockwell, Donald Charles ................. 44 Rogers, Patricia Ann ....... .... 4 4, 82, 97 Sinning, Diana L. ...-.... ,,,,, 3 0, 63, 84, 89 Skidmore, Harold E. ......,...-.-... 30, 93, 100 Skinner, Ianice M.--- ---------------------45 Slupe, Iamce M. ...... 38, 53, 69, 79, 84, 89, 100 Smith, Dan I. ..... Smith, Earl E. .... Smith, Iohn H. ...... Smith, Robert G. .... Smock, I. .......... Snave, Owen ..... ..... Sobalvarro, Guillermo L... Sobalvarro, lose R. .... Soiseth, Robert P. ..... Sorensen, Dwight L. .... ----------.----45, 53, 99 --------30, 93 -----38, 99, 114 ----------53 -----106 .----49 ----30 --------38 --------38, 76 ----------49, 53 Sorensen, Marlene 1. .... ..... 4 5, 72, 97, 126 Speers, William A.--- Spielman, Shirley .... -------------41 - ................. 49 Staber, Howard Iohn .... ---106, 108, 114, 115 Stephens, Elias R, ...,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 0, 73 Stoddard, Thomas T. ,.......,.., 26, 31, 73, 91 Stonebrook, Ronald Dean .......... , ...... 31 Storek, Ben I. ..............,.., 49, 70, 76, 93 Strandburg, Donald Lawrence ......... 31, 77 Strong, Willis, L. .... ,----.. ....,........ 38, 99 Sullenger, Dorothy H. .... 31, 67, 70, 79, 89, 100 Sullivan, Robert E. ............,,.., 45, 53, 75 Rose, Thomas Wayne ...... -----49, 53 Rosenboom, Bill Menno ....... ......... 1 13 Ruchensky, Robert William- ------------44, 93 Runge, Phyllis Ieanne ........ ..... 5 4, 67, 79 Rush, George Emmett ...... Russo, Marie Ann ....... -----------,-84 -----54, 67, 68, 79 Rydell, Patrick Leo ......... .... 3 0, 106, 115 Sun, Winston ......... ,..........,,,. 7 0, 114 Sutherland, Irvin G. ..... ---38, 106, 108, 115 Suzuki, Alice ....... -, ..... 45, 70, 89, 126 Swain, Larry ..... ..... ........, 5 0 , 114 T Tarvin, Ruth V., ...........1... .......,, 3 8, 97 Taylor, Sharon Lee ........ 50, 52, 53, 54, 83 Teasdale, Calvin T.--- -46, 50, 52, 53, 54, 79, 83 Teschlce, Richard C. .........,......... 31, 99 Thacker, Jerrold G. ...........-........ 50, 54 S Sadjack, Bernie .............. ......... l 14 glgacker' SUNY Mu" """ U72 , , , evenot, Ross ..... -- ......... -114 Salzkorn, Virginia Kathleen ......... 49, 53, 71 Th W..u. 1 Sardon, Armando ..................... 49, 79 Omgs' 1 mlm """' """"" 0 6' 114 sums, consumes Phyllis ........ 49, 71. 81, 122 ThCmpSCHfDCf1S1- ------------ 5016516917179 Saupel Donna ------------------ ---49, 54' 71 Thompson, Howard E. ................... -45 Schoonl Donald -----------!i--- - ------dMT 4Q Thompson, Milo 1. ....... .......... 3 l, 93 Schrader, Bonnie---30, 63, 64, 65, 66. 67, 68. 691 Tl'1rOHS, BiChGfd H- ----- ----31, 99 78, 84, 95, 124, 133 Tice, Iames R. ....... ..... 3 8, 72 e154- 9 F ' T. 1 -r0kQ.Cwk.r Louis 1- ..P-- Tonigmr, Marilyn C. ..... - -------31 -------31, 97 72 I Tomkvigt, Ellen A. .................... 50, Tottl Malvina ................... 38, 53, 71, 74 Tritlel Dugne R. .... 41, 45, 52, 53, 54, 68 71, 78 Trivitayakul 'Kan ------------------------- 70 Tudehope Dean L. .................... 50, 91 Tw-eiiol Eleanor M. .......... 31, 66, 67, 70, 72 U Usner, Carroll ............ ..... 3 9, 54, 78, 79 V . Van Der Sloot, Kenneth D. ....... 45, 53 54, 55 Vigen, lean ................ - ......... 39, 1 Vincent, Grant ....... 1 Vorisek, Edwin I. .................. 45, 1 Vorisek, Ion H. ........... 50, 53, 54, 55 1 W 85 -39, 91 55 85 54, 75, Wagner, Walter .... 106, 109, 110, 113, 114, 115 Waleryszak, Dave .............. 106, 107, 115 Wall, Arnold .......................... 31, 73 Wall, Dana H. ........................... 50 Wallin, Glen- ...... 31, 62, 63, 91, 100, 115, 146 Watson, Marlys ...................... 54, 56 Watters, Charles .... ................. 3 1 Webber, Gayle ..... ........ 3 9, 76, 78, 79 Weikert, Dick A. .... ..... 1 06, 107, 114, 115 Weiner, Howard ..... .................. 1 15 Welding, Allen ..... ----39, 91, 106,. 107, 115 Whaley, Ioanne .... ----53, 65, 73, 78, 95 Vtfhyte, Lynn ....... ............. 4 5, 53 Wickett, William ..... - ..... 110, l12,. 114 VVhitehouse, Iames ..... -, ....... 75, 76 Wickland, Wilma! ..,. ...... 6 5, 76 Wilder, Clifford ..... ........ 3 1, 91 Williams, Amy ..... ...... 5 0, 69, 71 Williams, Larry ..... ..... 5 0, 91, 114 1 Willits, Vernon D. .... ...,....... 3 1, 72 Wilson, Ruth .......... ............. . ----89 Wisecup, Barbara I. .... .... 5 0, 71, 76, 78, 80 Witter, Gerald ........ ........ 3 l, 54, 79 Wold, Iohn ........ ...... - ....... 5 0 Wold, Thomas ..... ........ 5 0 Wolff, lohn ......... ........ 3 9 Wolff. William ....... .... 3 1, 75 .Wood, Margaret ..... --- ..... 41 Wood, Ruth ........... .... 4 5, 89 Woodrum, Kenneth ..... ............ 3 1, 73 Wormley, Marion .... ............. 7 1, 72 Wyland, Vernon R. .......... 72, 106, 113, 115 Y Yager, Mary A. ............. 39, 53, 73 78, 95 Yanney, Lorraine May ................. ..--71 Yanney, Yvonnie Lou .............. 39. 84. 95 Yeoman, Pam R. ............ 41, 50, 71 82, 85 Young, Kathryn A. ................ ----45, 89 Z Zimmer, Dick----. -....... .... 4 6, 50, 69 Zschoche, Richerd E. .... ......... 1 06 Zurcher, Zean W. .... - .... 53, 75 Zyzda, Iames ......... ..... 5 0, 77 FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION Andersson, Knud ........ Ashby, Robert ..... Bauer, Theodore ...... Bowman, Clifford E.--. . Bowne, Mary E. ..... Buckingham, A. W.--- Burks, Ray O. ........ Burris, Clinton E. ....... Bushyaqer, Glenn R. .... Castle, lohn F. ........ Day, Mrs. Orabel ...... Dimmitt, Lillian E. ....... Douglas, Mrs. Vera L.-- ------------------19 ------------19 -----l9, 66, 67 ------19, 66 ------------20 -----20,104,110 ------20, 84 ----20, 70 ----20 ----20 ----65 ----------20 --- .......... --20 Droullard, Clayton A. ..... ..... 2 0, 104, 113 Eidsmoe, Russell M. .... Farra, Thed ......... Graber, Myron E. .... Grammer, Lois I. .... Green, Robert ........ Gwinn, Ira I. ........... Hartman, Harry W. .... Hawthorn, H. B. ......... - ............ 18 ----20 ----21 ------21 ----21, 77 -----21, 77 ----------19 - ..... 21, 66, 67 Iohannaber, Iohn .......... .... 2 l, 41, 79 Kingsbury, Mrs. Florence ..... Kucinski, Leo ........... Langley, Roy .......... Lloyd, Betty ......... Lowry, Robert E. ....... MacCo11in, Elizabeth ..... MacCo11in, Paul ........ Malloy, Terese ...... McNee, Marcia ...... Meloy, Robert W. ..... Mills, Mirah .......,..... Morrison, Mrs. Donald-- Morrison, Donald -.-.---- Murray, Ethel R. ..--- Nydegqer, Leroy B.--- Olsen, Elwood H. -.-- Price, Nelson A.---- Roadman, Ear' A.--- Spornitz, William -...- Stienties, Arnold .--.. Taylor, Corrine .--.- Thornton, Helen ---.-- Tolf, Alva -..----..-..- Tommeraasen, Miles .--. Tweito, Thomas E. ------ Walker, Iohn B. .--.. Walsh, Samuel W. I.--- Watkins, Iohn ---..--- Watt, lohn -----.--- Woodford, Faith -.-- --------19 ----21 ------21 ----21f 84 ----21, 53 ----22, 54 ------22 ----22 ----22 ----22 ----6,22 --------22 ----22,55 ----22 ----22 ----19 ----19 -------4 ----23, 66 ----23 ------23 ----18, 69 ----------- 18 - --.---- ,-,2'?. 100 18, 66, 67, 68 -------------19 -----23, 66, 67 -----23, 114 ----23, 73 ------23 -155- AUTOGRAPHS 3 yy Ny MM E' KW! MQW Q' ft Z' V iffggsgyw X r -156- , My f-wMffmW'JflfJ WMWWWM ' m,137L,A0fwg4Mf A055 M ,WW Qffjwuam ll-Mydjlvw MQ yjgxffm gfgvmll-3124311 Lf lf 7j fV fKpfQ,, V M' M' M ' , M QW MQW' LW PM ff? Wfigh , o Rf W ur N. 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Morningside College - Sioux Yearbook (Sioux City, IA) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

Morningside College - Sioux Yearbook (Sioux City, IA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

Morningside College - Sioux Yearbook (Sioux City, IA) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

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