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Show Hide text for 1938 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 118 of the 1938 volume: “ " f e " 1 ' -I ' ' THE STAFF MARGARET JENSEN BILL MARTIN BETTY FINNEY - TOM POOLE - ELMA ROGERS - BILL MARTIN HAROLD DRURY - RICHARD LAUNCHBAUGH )AMES LODGE - - Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Photographer iciate Photographer Advertising Editor Advertising Editor DEAN H. SSHUFELDT - Student Council Representative L. G. LINDAHL . - - - Faculty Adviser T H E k N 1 M - ±r ; B PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF NEBRASKA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, CHADRON, NEBRASKA VOLUME FIVE -CONTENTS BOOK I - - - THE FACULTY BOOK II - - - THE CLASSES BOOK III - - - THE ORGANIZATIONS BOOK IV - - - THE FEATURES BOOK V - - - THE ATHLETICS ' F TO THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF CHADRON TEACHERS COLLEGE WE PRESENT THE RECORD OF ANOTHER EVENTFUL YEAR TO SOPHIA UHLKEN WHITING WE DEDICATE THIS VOLUME OF THE ANOKASAN WITH THE BELIEF THAT SHE HAS REPRESENTED THE SPIRIT AND THE IDEALS OF THE COLLEGE AND THE STUDENT BODY WHICH SHE SERVED AS REGISTRAR FOR SEVEN YEARS NOON CONVENTION MEN ' S HALL Umm I CHADRON PARK ACULTY 0 ROBERT I. ELLIOTT A. B., A. M. A college president has many responsibilities, some agreeable, but many very trying. The fact that Mr. Elliott has shouldered both in such a manner that Chadron State Teachers College has attained a high standing in the . merican .Association of Teachers Colleges and the North Central .Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools is conclusive evidence of his executive ability. CARL ANDERSON BURSAR ROSS O. ARMSTRONG A. B., A. M. Director of Physical Education Assistant Coach of Football Coach of Basketball RITA ATKINSON A. B., A. M, Supervisor, Training School History and Speech Associate Professor of History LYLE V. ANDREWS LOUISE A. BENNETT A. B., M. Sc, Ph. D. Professor of Chemistry A. B., A. M. Assistant Professor of Commerce MRS. ETHEL M. BOSTDER A. B. Supervisor, Training School Principal, Junior High School Instructor in Education ALBERT H. BURROWS A. B., S. T. B., Ph. D. Head of the Department of Economics Professor of Economics and Speech H. H. CAMBURN B. S., M. S. Biology BERNICE COLE A. B., A. M. Principal, Senior High School Supervisor, Training School Assistant Professor of Education LUCY M. CLARK A. B., A. M. Head of the Department of English Professor of English MRS. ELEANOR B. COOK Assistant Professor of Geology and English Page twenty-one ] f TS nc MRS. MAUDE C. COOK A. B., A. M., Ph. D. Professor of Foreign Languages ANNADORA F. CRECORY A. B., A. M., Ph. D. Professor of Social Science ETHEL L. DELZELL A. B., A. M. Head of the Department of Home Economics Professor of Home Economics FRED B. HARRINGTON A. B., A. M.. Ph. D. Head of the Department of Education Professor of Education LENA EMERSON Secretary to the President MILDRED E. HAWKINS B. S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Home Economics ELIZABETH M. ERWIN B. S., A. M. Supervisor. Training School Third and Fourth Grades Assistant Professor of Educatic MARY L. HEUERMANN B. S., A. M. Supervisor, Training School First and Second Grades Associate Professor of Education SUSAN R. FRAZIER Supervisor, Training School Kindergarten Instructor in Education GLEN W. HILDRETH A. B., A. M., Ph. D. Head of the Department of Teacher Trail Professo r of Education [ Page twenty-two ] EDITH L. HILTON A. B.. A. M. Associate Professor of English and Education V. CALVON McKIM A. B., A. M,, Ph. D. Head of the Department of Geography Professor of Geography MRS. MABEL 0. HOATSON R. N. College Nurse E. TRIPP MICHAEL B, S., M. S. Assistant Professor of Physii GARNET I. LARSON B. S.. A. M., Ph. D. Professor of English ADELAIDE H. MILLER B. S., A. M. Associate Professor of Physical Education for Women ALBERT E. KENT A. M. Registrar LEO W. MOODY B. M. Instructor in Band LAWRENCE C. LINDAHL A. B., A. M. Head of the Department of Industrial Arts Professor of Industrial Arts ANNA M. NELSON A. B., A. M. Supervisor, Traini ng School Junior High School Assistant Professor of Education f IS ' tw nty-three] ROY A. PETERSON E. L. ROUSE Instructor in Violin A. B., A. M., LL. D, Director of Rural Education Professor of Education MRS. VIVIEN OB. PETERSON B, M, SAMUEL T. SANDERS, |R. Acting Head of the Department of A. B., M.S., Ph.D. Public School Music Head of the Department of Mathematics Associate Professor of Public School Music Professor of Mathematics CHARLES W. PHILPOTT NELDA A. SCHMIDT B. S., A. M. Head of the Department of Science Professor of Physics A. B., A. M. Associate Professor of Art MRS. GRACE PHILPOTT RALPH E. SILKER A. B. A. B., M. S., Ph. D. Professor of Chemistry Professor of Chem:strv HAZEL B. REYNOLDS A. B., A. M. EMMA C. STECKELBERC Supervisor, Training School A. B., A, M. Fifth and Sixth Grades Head of the Department of Foreign Languages Assistant Professor of Education Professor of Foreign Languages [ Page twenty-fi WILLIAM T. STOCKDALE HELEN R. WILLIAMS A. B., A. M. A. B., A. M. Dean Emeritus Associate Professor of Speech CARL R. THOMAS E. P. WILSON B. S., A. M. A. B., A. M. Supervisor, Training School Mathematics Head of the Department of Social Sciences Assistant Professor of Education Professor of History RUFFUS F. TRAPP A. B. HARRIET P. WIRICK Director of Athletics A. B., B. S. inL. S., A.M. in L. S. Coach of Football and Track Librarian Instructor of Physical Education MAUDE UMMEL B.S., M.S. Head of the Department of Commerce Professor of Commerce EDNA E. WORK A. B., A. M. Certificate of Dean of Women Dean of Women Associate Professor of Education ESTHER H. VANDERLAS RICHARD E. YARNDLEY A. B., A. M. B. M. Assistant Professor of Commerce Instructor of Voice [ I ' uye twenty-fii n LASSES f- Cr ' - ' | ' » 1, f-!P, SENIORS EMILY JANE AUGUSTINE CHADRON Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. ), 2. 3, 4, Scrapbook Chairman; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 4; Cardinal Key 4 WAYNE M. BROWER ALLIANCE C Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4 ROBERT C. BAKER CHADRON 1. A Guild 3, 4 MARCUS BRYAN CHADRON Wing Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 4; Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 DAROLD BARNUM CRAWFORD Blue Key 4, Sec ' y Treas. 4; I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4,- Delta Pi Sigma 1, 2, 3. 4, Sec ' y 4; Gamma Delta Omicron 2, 3, 4; Delta Nu Epsilon 3, 4, Business Manager 3 ANNA BUMP CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega 3, 4, Sec ' y 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4, Treas. 4 CORDON BARTELL CHADRON I.R.C. 4 AILEEN M. CALAME CRAWFORD Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2, 3. 4, Treas. 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Cardinal Key 4 DICK BRASHEAR SCOTTSBLUFF Psi Beta Sigma 1 , 2, 3, 4; C Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Football 1, 2, 3 KENNETH CATRON HECLA Sigma Tau Delta 4; I.R.C. 4; Delta Pi Sigma 3, 4 [ Page twenty-eight ] of them. The.v mliarki ' il ' n|H i a srr .•s ,.f s 1 he . 1 he (■ (lull laniM Ml ' Friihiy riiL III. an 1 till ' noontime S. ' SSiol Hall- whlTC Ih ' many :i sii,, w i t 1 a.l.ll. ' and liip. Kin-: ' Fire: ami .v, r.v Fr. Mens H. II lioto. k himself out tire « ith " " a ' m ' iiut " h " ti i of ' t. liid salt water Th. ' i . ' 1 hiinils HI 1 kllor . with the a.l( .■.1 in. ' of mnH, l.a.ldll 1-. to the W on. ' MS Hall for ;i coi sint-. Tlie.i What is his CO ntrv I ' oniiii). ' 1 ., wha w i 1 h all this. .•ollrj; ■ jaeka s„i|,. s ami tlH-ir i-arryiiiKs lir Ladies .Vol curtail 11 is. Th • Frosh li.v th becomi.if. ipiit.- uid w .rl.lly wis so th ' o ' i ' iKht. ' ' ' iViit 11.11 Wecli ai fnn ami mfli.-ism I w ' h.i l.rank : nation! n ' .l -i •k ..t ,la.v. Th. Frosh I.ar.i.led in s.. lew hat In.li .Tons not nps 1m for., th.- .lark ml lai „ ' hiii - he up per elassmi ' ii. Th. ' j ara.l. ' eiided 111 the C lapel where v .ri- ,..s ■were aw arded as merited. and s ■veral Freshies gave interestins • ' " iil entert iniii;; «f- . -W »l HAROLD E. CONNORS LI SCO Delta Pi Sigma 1 , 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, 3; Wing Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Council Chairman 3, 4; StucJent Council 4, Class Pres. 4 CYRIL T. DAVIS SPEARFISH. S. DAK. Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Pres. 4; Eagle Business Manager 3, 4; Anokasan Business Manager 3 ; Delta Pi Sigma 3. 4; Chorus 3 ; Quartet 3 ; Wing Club 3, 4; Thespians 4; I.R.C. 4; Philomathean 4 VERNON M. DOOLEY WAYSIDE I. A. Guild 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 2, 3, Pres. 4; Psi Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Track 2; C Club 3, 4 EARLE A. ELLICOTT, )R. HARRISON I. A. Guild 2, 3, 4. Sec ' y Treas. 3, 4 AVALDA M. DE LAND SIC FAUSKE CHADRON CHADRON V.A.A. 1 ; One Act Play Philomathean 4; I.R.C Spring -37 Debate 4 [ Page twenty-nine ] SENIORS JUANITA CODING DIX Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec ' y 2, Vice Pres. 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 4; Pan Hellenic 3, Vice Pres. 3 LEONARD E. HANSON IPSWICH, S. DAK. Psi Beta Sigma 3, 4, Sec ' y Lambda Delta Lambda 2, 3, C Club 3, 4; Track 3 WILMA ZINK HURLEY CHADRON Third Place Senior Division Sigma Tau Delta Writing Contest 1937 MARGARET LOIS HYDE CHADRON Zeta Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec ' y 2; ng Club 1,2, 3; Chorus I, 2, 3, MARGARET JENSEN SC0TT5BLUFF Alpha Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2; Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, Sec ' y 3; Pan Hellenic 3; Wing Club 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Sec ' y 3; Anokasan 3, 4, Editor 4; Cardinal Key 4, Pres. 4; Gridiron Queen 4; Contingent Rep. 4 CRYSTAL JOHANSEN HAY SPRINGS Home Economics Club Y.W.C.A. LOIS E. lONES GERING Gamma Chi Omega 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Sec ' y 4; Cardinal Key 4; Home Economics Club 4; Chorus 3, 4, Chorus Council 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council 4, Vice Pres. 4; 1937 Art Award KEN E. LiNDQUIST BROADWATER Crayfish Club I, Pres. 1 ; Band 1 ; Delta Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4 JIMMIE A. C. E. LODGE STURGIS, S. DAK. Psi Beta Sigma 1. 2, 3, 4; C Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Basketball I, 2. 3, 4 LUCILLE LUCKE CHADRON Zeta Alpha I, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4; Wing Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec ' y Treas. 2, Treas. 3. 4; Pan Hellenic 4, Sec ' y; Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus Council 4; W.A.A. 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; I lome Economics Club 3, 4 [Page thirty] Held. The Biini came blue in 1 same time. Hi moral siipiKut lost their Ilnri is valient our boys Everyone nt the C r. I. A. A. ihampinnship from Kearney. The Blue Key formal proved to be a iiccess an ' a lolly good time was properly EDNA LUNDY WESTHOPE. N. DAK. Zeta Alpha 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Sign Tau Delta 3, 4 ERNADINE MARRIOTT CHADRON Zeta Alpha 2, 3, 4; Wing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Sec ' y 2; I.R.C. ), 2; Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM E. MARTIN CHADRON Blue Key 4, Pres. 4; Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Wing Club 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2, Sec ' y 3; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Alumni Sec ' y 4; Chorus 3; I.R.C. 3; Student Council 4; Anokasan Staff 4; Lambda Delta Lambda 1 , 2, 3, 4, Sec ' y 3; Contingent Rep. 4 LAWRENCE MITCHELL CHADRON Delta Pi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus I ; Wing Club I, 2. 3, 4; Gamma Delta Omicron 1.2, 3, 4. Pres. 2. 3; Varsity Debate 1. 2, 3. 4; Blue Key 4; Thespians 3. 4 CARL MURPHY Psi Beta Sigma 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; C Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Sec ' y 4 ELMER W. MURPHY CHADRON Delta Pi Sigma 3. 4; l.A. Guild 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, 4 [ Page thirtu-one ] 1 rZff fT . -W |:( A-i. SENIORS BETTY NEWLAND DOROTHY PUTNAM CHADRON CHADRON Zeta Alpha 1,2, 3, 4; Gamma Delti Omicron 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Gamma Chi Omega 4; Economirs Club 1,2, 3, 4. Chorus 4; Thespians 4; W.A.A. JOHN W. NEWMAN ORIN RILEY STUART CHADRON Delta Pi Sigma 3, 4; Delta Nu Epsilon 4 BILL RILEY CHADRON CEORCE PARRISH C Club 2; Football 2 SENECA Psi Beta Sigma 1 , 2, 3, 4; IRC. 4 DEAN SCHUFELDT HYANNIS Delta Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4; Blue Key 4; Alumni HOMER W. PAXTON Sec ' y 4; Lambda Delta Lambda CHADRON 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4; Del ' a Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4; Student Corncil 4; Class Vice Lambda Delta Lambda 2, 3, 4, Pres, 3; Wing Club 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 3, Treas. 4; Mens Hall Council 3, 4 Delta Nu Epsilon 4 CHRIS C. SCHULZE CHADRON JEAN PEARMAr; Lambda Delta Lambda 2, 3, 4, SENECA Pres. 4; Delta Pi Sigma 3, 4; Delta Pi Sigma 3, 4 Thespians 3; Delta Nu Epsilon I.R.C. 4; Gamma Delta 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, 4; Omicron 3, 4 Class Sec ' y 3; Class Vice Pres. 4 [Pagr thirty-two] iill.v ;•■ But this j- ' li we are still 1 ' : m the noise vivnl, n:i.l. nil STANLEY SOSKE CHADRON ELEANOR STASCH CODY Kappa Theta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Pan Hellenic 4, Pres. 4; Cardinal Key 4; 1937 Commercial Award VILO STRONG RUSHVILLE Lambda Delta Lambda 3, 4 Delta Pi Sigma 3, 4; Band 3. 4; Orchestra 3, 4 AUGUST VOCl CHADRON Thespian 4 MARIORIE VOGT CHADRON JOSEPH C. WELi-ER CHADRON Delta Pi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4; Wing Club 2; LR.C. 3, 4 [ Page thirty-three ] ik o, 75 o. a Ci L . ii ik ici il cs o. rx 4m ilB iiii JUNIORS BERYLE AKERS CHADRON Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2; Home Economics Club 3 VIRGIL ALEXANDER McCREW ELTON ANDERSEN CHADRON Delta Pi Sigma 2. 3; Delta Nu Epsilon 3 ADELYN ANDERSON CHADRON Y.W.CA. 1, 2, 3 WARREN P. BARNUM CRAWFORD Delta Pi Sigma 1, 2, 3; I.R.C. 2, 3; C Club 2, 3; Track I, 2 ZELMA D. BARNUM CRAWFORD Gamma Chi Omega 1, 2, 3; Y.W.CA. 2. 3. Pres. 3; Gamma Delta Omicron 2, 3; I.R.C. 2, 3; Student Council 3, Sec ' y 3: Sigma Tau Delta 3; Cardinal Key 3 LUCILLE BLUNDELL CHADRON Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chorus 3 CLIFFORD M. BOYCE NEWPORT Delta Pi Sigma 3; I.R.C. 3; Chorus 3; Delta Nu Epsilon 3 GLEN BRECHT CHADRON Delta Pi Sigma 1. 2, 3; Chorus 3 HOWARD BRUNER BROADWATER Wing Club MELVIN L. BUTLER CHADRON Delta Pi Sigma 2, 3 GEORGE E. CARMIN DOUGLAS. WYO. Basketball I. 2, 3; C Club 1. 2, 3; Life Saving Award JACK CARTY CHADRON Wing Club WM. ). CHRISTIAN CHADRON C Club 1. 2, 3. Vice Pres. 3, Philomathean ), 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; All State Guard 3; All Conference Guard 3 HERBERT CLARK CHADRON Basketball 3; Psi Beta Sigma 3; I.R.C. 3; C Club 3 IRYL E. CRISMAN GORDON Delta Pi Sigma 2; Lambda Delta Lambda 2, 3; Delta Nu Epsilon 3 CARL A. GROUSE ARTHUR Chorus 2, 3, Chorus Council 3; I.R.C. 2, 3; Philomathean 2, 3; Band 2. 3 EDWARD H. DIXSON CAMBRIDGE Delta Pi Sigma 2, 3; I. A. Guild 2, 3; Delta Nu Epsilon 2. 3; Lambda Delta Lambda 3 [Pofff thirty- four] N. ' .x.. n.,. ,„ in, or V,., „„ „„. hanl jl si,lHin..S tul,i „S ||,nt I.Mskrll.Mll WMS ,„,o„ M I ;in(l tht ' Wdodw.. Iialls h.v B. K. I. Phonp Niinilior " iii.; ranjr incessantly — that meant that thp Blue Key All-School ABE DURYEA CHADRON LEONARD A. EDDY RUSHVILLE Delta Pi Sigma 2, 3; Lambda Delta Lambda 3 JOHN FEDERLE HARRISON Psi Beta Sigma I, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3 CHARLES E. FINKEY RUSHVILLE Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Student Council 3, Vice Pres. 3; C Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3 ELOUISE FISHER CHADRON Kappa Theta Sigma 1 , 2, 3, Pres. 2, 3; Home Economics Club 2, 3; PanHellenic 2, 3; Chorus 3; Blue Key Sweetheart 3; Cardinal Key 3 BILL FLOYD CHADRON Psi Beta Sigma 3; Basketball 1. 2; C Club 2, 3 lOHN GLASGOW CHADRON Thespian 3 RICHARD GRAY HOT SPRINGS, S. DAK, Psi Beta Sigma 1 , 2, 3, Pres. 3 [Pn jc tlurtu-firc] JUNIORS HAROLD GREENE NORTH LOUP Band 1,2; Orchestra 1,2; Chorus 1 , 2 MARGUERITE GRIMES CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3; Home Economics Club 2, 3, Pres. 3 DAPHNE N. GUPTILL CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega 3; Y.W.CA. 1 ; W.A.A. 3 CAROLINE HALL KYLE, S. DAK, nma Chi Omega 2, 3; Chorus 2. 3 MERWIN W. HAMILTON BRIDGEPORT Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2, 3; I. A. Guild I, 2; C Club 3, Football 3 RUBY HARDY SENECA Home Economics Club 3 MARCELLA HARR CHADRON Kappa Theta Sigma 2, 3 ; Home Economics Club 3; Delta Nu Epsilon 3 HAROLD H. HIXSON CROOKSTON Blue Key 3, Corres. Sec ' y 3 ; Psi Beta Sigma 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3; I.R.C. 2, 3; Gamma Delta Omicron 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3; Student Council 3; Class Pres, 3 VERNA I. HODSON IPSV ICH, S. DAK. Alpha Phi Pi 2, 3, Pres. 3; Home Economics Club 2, 3. Vice Pres. 3; Cardinal Key 3 FRANCES HOOKER CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega 3; Sigma Tau Delta 3; Home Economics Club 2, 3 GORDON HOPPER HOT SPRINGS, S. DAK. Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2, 3; C Club 1, 2 MADELINE lAEGER CHADRON Zeta Alpha 1, 2, 3; Vv ing Club 1, 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1 , 2, 3 ANNE KANE HOT SPRINGS, S. DAK. Thespians 2, 3, Pres. 3; Chorus 3 ; Kappa Theta Sigma 2, 3 BURDETTE KUBIK CHADRON Psi Beta Sigma 3; Lambda Delta Lambda 3 RICHARD E. LAUNCHBAUCH HEMINGFORD Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2, 3; Vi ing Club 2, 3; Thespians 3; Class Treasurer 2 HELEN McDonald V AYSIDE Gamma Chi Omega 3; Y.U .C.A. 1 OWEN McDonald CHADRON Delta Pi Sigma 3; Wmg Club 3; Gamma Delta Omicron 3; Class Treas. 3; I.R.C. 3; Philomathean 3 DORA McHENRY CHADRON Sigma Tau Delta 3; Gamma Chi Omega 3; V .A.A. 3 [ Page thirty-six ] vvy uitT. Ever.vouc . remarked liu rful it was that the blu« ceilin I lie season, which wasn ' t expecte And so an eventfnl year drew near to .1 lively demise with the Lantern Walk. spring mixer, and Commencement as " Things to Come, " as good ole H. G. ). ROGER McHENRY CERINC Delta Pi Sigma 3; Delta Nu Epsilon 3; Lambda Delta Lambda 2, 3, Pres. 3; I.R.C. 3; Student Council 3; Band 1.2, 3; Orchestra t , 2, 3 MIKE McQUIRK AUDOBON, IOWA MAXINE MARCY HAY SPRINGS Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2, 3 ; Y.W.C.A. 3 WALLACE MILLS HILL CITY, S. DAK. Delta Pi Sigma 1 , 2, 3, Vi-e Pres. 2; LA. Guild 2, 3: Gamma Delta Omicron 2, 3 : Student Council 2; Anokasan - t ALVA W. OLIPHANT LEWELLEN Football I, 2, 3; Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2, 3; Blue Key 3; C Club I. 2, 3; LA. Guild 2, 3 ALVIN OLSON NORTH PLATTE WAYNE M. PAXSON VALENTINE Blue Key 3, Vice Pres. 3; C Club 1, 2, 3, Treasr. 2, 3; Psi Beta Sigma I, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3 FAUVETTE PETERSON CHADRON Zeta Alpha I, 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 2, Treas. 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Cardinal Key 3 [ Page ihirty-seven ] JUNIORS TOM POOLE BRIDGEPORT Gamma Delta Omicron 1, 2, 3, Sec ' y Treas. I, 2; Psi Beta Sigma 1.2, 3; C Club 1, 2. 3; Blue Key 3; Student Council 2, 3; Pres. 3; Orchestra 1,2; Jand I, 2, 3; Chorus 1; Anokasan 3; Football 1 , 2, 3 ELLEN REISDORFER CHADRON Kappa Theta Sigma 3; Home Economics Club 3; I.R.C. 3; Wing Club 3 EDWARD ROE MITCHELL Band 3 ; Orchestra 3 LORRAINE SKINKLE CHADRON Zeta Alpha 1, 2, 3; Thespian: 2, 3 ; Sigma Tau Delta 3 RUTH SMITH CHADRON DELBERT E. TULLOSS HAY SPRINGS Wing Club I, 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; I.R.C. 3 MARIE E. TURNBULL ARDMORE, S. DAK. Kappa Theta Sigma 3 ; Y.W.C.A. 3 )OHN CLAYTON VALLENTINE SENECA Chorus 2, 3 THOMAS WILLCOCKSON HOT SPRINGS. S. DAK. WILMA WITHERS ALLIANCE Sigma Tau Delta 3; W A. A. 2, 3 CECIL TODD VALENTINE Beta Sigma 2. 3; Chorus 2. 3 BETTY BROWN BROWNLEE Zeta Alpha [ Page thirty eight ] SOPHOMORES DELMA ADAMSON NENZEL Zeta Alpha 1,2; Wing Club 1, 2; Home Economics Club 2 ELVIN A. ADAMSON NENZEL Delta Pi Sigma 1,2; Thespians 2, Sec ' y Treas. 2; I.R.C. 1, 2, Treas. 2 ARCHIE ALLEN MORRILL FRED W. W. ANDERSON LI SCO Delta Pi Sigma 1, 2; Philomathean 2. Pres. 2 DEAN ARMSTRONG BROOKLYN, IOWA Football 1,2; Basketball 1, 2 C Club 1. 2 JAMES BASSETT BRIDGEPORT Chorus 1,2; Delta Pi Sigma 1,2; Delta Nu Epsilon 2 WINONA BATIE LEXINGTON Home Economics Club 2 CHARLOTTE GRACE BLUHM SUNOL Chorus I, 2; Gamma Chi Omega 1,2; W.A.A. 1 BERNARD E. BOS RUSHVILLE GEORGE BOWMAN VICTOR, IOWA C Club I, 2; Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2 DOROTHEA M. BOYCE NEWPORT Gamma Chi Omega 2; Home Economics Club 2; Chorus 2 ALICE BRACKMAN MINATARE Alpha Phi Pi 1, 2; W.A.A. 1, 2 MEROLD S. BRIGGS HAY SPRINGS EVELYN BRISTOL CUSTER, S. DAK. Y.W.C.A, 1, 2; I.RC. I, 2; WA.A. I, 2 KATHERINE BROOKS CHADRON AGNES LEE BROWN STERLING, COLO. Y.W.C.A. I, 2; I.R.C. 2 AVA E. BUCKLES MERRIMAN 7I5 [ Page thirty-nine ] ■ c% - , SOPHOMORES JAMES L. BUTLER CHADRON Football 2; Basketball 2; C Club 2 DORIS CRONK CHADRON Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2; WA.A. 1, 2 HAROLD DRURY HEMINCFORD Psi Beta Sigma 1,2; Anokasan Staff 2; V ing Club 2; Class President 2; Student Council 2 DON CAHILL VALENTINE Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2; I.R.C. 2; Philomathean 1, 2 DONNA CUNNINGHAM CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega 2; YW.C.A. 2 ALBERTA DUTTON BRIDGEPORT Alpha Phi Pi 2; Y.Vv .C.A. 2 MARY ELLIN CARDER CHADRON Zeta Alpha 1, 2, Treas. 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2; Chorus 2, Chorus Council 2 ALGEO D. CUTLER CHADRON I.R.C. 1, 2, Vice Pres. 2; Campus Thespians 1, 2; Philomathean 2 WILMA EMICK MINATARE Zeta Alpha 1. 2, Sec ' y 2; Chorus 1. 2; V ing Club 1, 2, Vice President 2; Home Economi cs Club 2; Band 2 JOHN CARPENTER CHADRON MAUREEN DALTON POTTER Y.U .C.A. 2 MARY FAIRCHILD PEETZ, COLO. Kappa Theta Sigma 2 ALICE FETTERS CRAV FORD GLEN D. CHAMBERS BILL DAVIS Alpha Phi Pi 1 , 2 I.R.C. 1, 2 BETTY FINNEY CHADRON Zeta Alpha 1, 2, Pres. 2; Wing Club 1. 2, Cheer Leade 1 ■ Anokasan 2; WA.A. 1, 2 MINATARE Band 1,2; Orchestra 2 ARDA MARIE CLEMENTS CHADRON SIDNEY Football 2; C Club 2 ELIZABETH DAVIS MORRILL Treas. 2 HARMA COX MARIE DOV NIE EARL FISHER RAPID CITY, S. DAK. CHADROM BASSETT [ Page forty ] HELEN F. FITCH CORDON Kappa Theta Sigma 1. Sigma Tau Delta 2; Chorus 1, 2 EULABELLE FLORA CURLEY Y.W.C.A. 2 JIMMY FOOT FREMONT lliespians 1,2; Wing Club BETTY FRANKLIN McCREW Y.W.C.A. 2; Band 1, Orchestra 1, 2 MARION FULTON BEATRICE Alpha Phi Pi 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1,2; Y.W.C.A I WILLIS FURMAN CHADRON JACK CAECKLER CHADRON C Club 1, 2; Basketball ECHO CALLOWAY WHITNEY Sigma Tau Delta 2 ' Orchestra 1 . 2 RHODA CATTON CHADRON Y.W.C.A. 2 ORLA GILLESPIE DALTON Kappa Theta Sigma I W.A.A. 2 MILDRED L. GORTON CRAWFORD Alpha Phi Pi 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Wing Club 1, MARK CREISEN BRIDGEPORT P si Beta Sigma I, 2; Eagle Staff 2 HARLAN GRIM McCREW IRMA HAGER HYANNIS Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, Treas. 2; W.A.A. 2 AL VERN HAKANSON CHADRON WILBUR HALLDORSON CHADRON DORIS HALLSTED CRAWFORD Alpha Phi Pi 1, 2, Reporter 2; Class Sec ' v-Treas. 2; Wing Club 2; Chorus 1, 2 MARY HANKS THEDFORD Gamma Chi Omega 2; Chorus 2; Y.W.C.A. GEORGE R. HESTER McCREW Football 2 ARDEN E. HIXSON CROOKSTON Psi Beta Sigma 1,2; Delta Nu Epsilon 2 HAZEL R. HOCKETT HILL CITY, S. DAK. Home Economics Club 2; Y.W.C.A. 2; W.A.A. 2 [ Page forty-one ] ' 1 ft T I SOPHOMORES CHARLES HOLLISTER MARCHERITA KNAPP CLAYTON LUTHER BASSETT BENKELMAN CHADRON I.RC. 1. 2 AMBROSE McCANN CHUCK LAYTON SIDNEY ALTON HUTCHINSON CRAWFORD Thespians 1,2; Eagle OSHKOSH Staff 2; Orchestra 1, 2 NORMAN HUTCHINSON CHET LEE BYRON McMAHON MORRILL OSHKOSH DAVEY ESTHER MARCY lEANETTE JACOBSEN HOPE LEEPER HAY SPRINGS BEATRICE CORDON I.R.C. 2; Home Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2; Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 2 S.gma Tau Delta 2; W.A.A. 1, 2; 1st Sigma Tau Delta Economics Club 2 Writing Contest EUNICE MARCY HAY SPRINGS Home Economics Club 2; ELINOR JOHNSON MAY LEWIS Y.W.C.A. 2 CORDON HARRISON EDITH MASSICK CHADRON ELLEN lUDEN LILLIAN LINTHICUM Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2; CHADRON CRAWFORD Chorus 1, 2 Kappa Theta Sigma 1 , 2 MARJORIE MILLER HEMINCFORD fRANK lONES LORRAINE LORENZEN Zeta Alpha 2; McCREW RUSHVILLE Band 2 1 " Page forty-two JAMES LESLIE MURPHY IRENE PHILLIPS DOROTHY RHOADS HEMINCFORD HAY SPRINCS CHADRON I.R.C. 2 Alpha Phi Pi 1, 2 YW.C.A. 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2 WILMER PLANANSKY HEMINCFORD JIM NYLEN Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; ELMA ROGERS CHADRON Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2, Treas. 2; RAPID CITY, S. DAK. Piii Beta Sigma 1.2; I.R.C. 2 C Club 1, 2 Alpha Phi Pi 1, 2, Sec ' y 2; Student Council 2: Anokasan 2; Camma Delta Omicron 1, 2 ALBERTA PLATT ELSIE OLSON MUMPER LOIS ROGERS RAPID CITY, S. DAK. MULLEN Ze ta Alpha 1,2; Wing Club 2; NORMA PROHS WA.A. 1, 2, Pres. 2 CERINC Second Sigma Tau Delta JOE OROURKE Writing Contest LEO A. SCHILDHAUER HAY SPRINCS CHADRON Delta Pi Sigma Basketball; C Club 2 CLIFFORD RABE DALTON Psi Beta Sigma 2; Band 2; Orchestra 2 EVERETT D. SELLECK PATRICIA PALMER De BROADWATER ta Pi Sigma 1, 2, Historian HAICLER ELIZABETH MAE RABEN CRAWFORD 2 ; Wing Club 1, 2; Student Council 2 WM. L. PALMER Y.W.C.A. 1, 2 FAY SEVELAND HAICLER RUTH A. REED CORDON Delta Pi Sigma 1 WARREN PAVLAT CRAWFORD Kappa Theta Sigma 1. 2 CHESTER A. SHAW LODCE POLE Sec ' y 2 OELRICHS, S. DAK. [Page fort y- three ] T--) -f j ' ' f? ' ' ' 3 ' SOPHOMORES lONA SHERMAN CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega 2; Chorus 2; Home Economics Club 2 AMYLOU SHIPKEY CHADRON Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2, Thespians I EDNA L. SOESTER CRAWFORD Alpha Phi Pi 1, 2 Chorus 1. 2 |ACK STECH CHADRON lOHN L. STEEVER SCOTTSBLUFF Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2; Wing Club 1, 2; Chorus 1 , 2 LAURA SUTHERLAND DIX Sigma Tau Delta 2; W A. A, I, 2, Vice Pres. ; YWC.A. 1, 2, Sec ' y : Kappa Theta Sigma 2 FREDERICK SYDOW RUSHVILLE Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2 LILLIAN TOWNLEY CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega 1 , 2 MARIE TRACNER VALENTINE Alpha Phi Pi 1,2. Treas. WA.A. ], 2. Sec ' y 2 FLORENCE M. UHLKEN CRAWFORD Alpha Phi Pi 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Y.W.CA. I, 2 PHEBE TURECHEK CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega 2; Home Economics Club 2 JEAN VAN HORN MARTIN, S. DAK. Kappa Theta Sigma 2; Y.W.CA. 1 ; I.R.C. 1 ; WA.A. 2 LOUISE VOCT CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega 1 , 2, Treas. 2 NEYL WEBSTER CHADRON Zeta Alpha 1, 2; Wing Club 1, 2, Sec ' y 2; Chorus 1, 2 MAXINE WELLS POTTER Alpha Phil Pi 1, 2; Thespians 1 , 2; Eagle Staff 2; Home Economics Club 2 FRANCIS C. WERTZ CHADRON Delta Pi Sigma 2; Lambda Delta Lambda 2; Delta Nu Epsilon 2 BEN WILKINSON VALENTINE Football 1, 2; C Club 1,2; Psi Beta Sigma 1, 2 EDITH WOHLERS CRAWFORD Kappa Theta Sigma 1, 2; Y.W.CA. 1 WAYNE WOODS VALENTINE Football 1 , 2; Psi Beta Sigma 2; C Club 1, 2 THELMA ZEITNER CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega 2, 3; Home Economics Club 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3 [ Page forty-four ] FRESHMEN NORMAN H. AKERS CHADRON Wing Club HAROLD BACH CHADRON HEARSHAL BARTHOLOMEW MARIORIE BELL ST. PAUL Alpha Phi Pi ETTA J. ANDERSEN CORDON CODY Philomathean FRANK E. BEST CHADRON GLADYS ANDERSEN CORDON • BERTHA BARRETT KIMBALL Gamma Chi Omega; Chorus; Y.W.C.A. MARIORIE BILLUPS HOT SPRINGS. S. DAK HELEN ANDERSON LISCO Y.W.C.A. PAULINE ASPDEN HAY SPRINGS Zeta Alpha EILEEN BASS CHADRON Wing Club; Y.W.C.A.; Zeta Alpha RICHARD BASS CHADRON IRENE ELEVENS GLEN ROBERT F. BLINN VALENTINE ELMA ATCHINSON CHADRON VIRGINIA BATES CLEARMONT, WYOMING CRAIG BOOTH SUNOL MARTHA P. AUGUSTINE CHADRON Home Economics Club; Y.W.C.A. HELEN BELL OELRICHS. S. DAK. Y.W.C.A. ALYCE BOWMAN VICTOR, IOWA Alpha Phi Pi; Wing Club; W.A.A. 1 , 1 ( if if D tt D , f f -Ir: [ Page forty-five ] FRESHMEN GLADYS BRECHT CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega RUTH CARDER CHADRON Chorus; Wing Club; Zeta Alpha CLEO CLAYTON CHADRON Zeta Alpha HELEN BREIDENBACH CRAWFORD Zeta Alpha; Wing Club; Philomathean, Secretary PATRICIA ANN BRiCKNER HAY SPRINGS Zeta Alpha; Wing Club HOPE BROOKER CODY Gamma Chi Omeg; Band; WAA. CARMEN BROOKS RUSHVILLE Gamma Chi Omega KENNETH BROWN CLINTON MAURINE CAMPBELL DIX Kappa Theta Sigma; Y.W.C.A. DOROTHY CARMIN BRIDGEPORT Zeta Alpha; WA.A. ; Wing Club LEN CASE CHADRON FRANCES CASH DEADWOOD, S DAK. Chorus; Gamma Chi Omega; Gamma Delta Omicron VANESSA CHRISTENSEN MERRIMAN Zeta Alpha; Thespian DEAN CHRISTOPHERSON BASSETT FRANCES CLARIDCE STUART LORRAINE CLEAVELAND NONPAREIL Alpha Phi Pi; Wing Club; W.A.A. ROBERT COFFEE HARRISON LCO |. COFFEY, JR. CHADRON LEE COLEMAN VALENTINE C Club MILLARD COLEMAN ALLIANCE Chorus; Band; Orchestra MARY CAYLE CORYELL CHADRON [ Page forty-six ] MARION CRAMER HOT SPRINGS, S. DAK. Kappa Theta Sigma; Y.W.C.A. ELEANOR DOLEZAL WHITE RIVER. S. DAK. RUTH ENC BUFFALO CAP. S. DAK. ALLEN R. DRAKE GRACE R. ERB CHADRON TOMMY C. CRONK CHADRON BROOKLYN, IOWA Orchestra WILLARD DRYDEN JAMES C. EVANS STOCKHAM LOIS CUNNINGHAM WHITNEY OELRICHS. S. DAK. Chorus Basketball 1 ; C Club 1 DORIS DANIELS YORK Alpha Phi Pi; Y.W.C.A. HERBERT DUCCER BRIDGEPORT ANNA FAUSKE CHADRON I.R.C, Y.W.C.A. CHARLES WESLEY DAVIDSON CHADRON NEIL DYER HEMINCFORD LOUISE FEAGINS ALLIANCE Alpha Phi Pi; W.A.A.; Chorus lOHN DeMERS SUNOL MARY ELLIS DEADWOOD, S. DAK. Zeta Alpha; I.R.C. KENNETH V . FEDERLE HARRISON Psi Beta Sigma; Wing Club; Chorus OPAL lEAN DICKSON HALSEY W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A. CHARLES ENC BUFFALO GAP, S. DAK. LILLIAN FETTERS RAPID CITY, S. DAK. Y.W.C.A. f 1 ft o o f5 Page forty-seven] FRESHMEN BILL FORD CHADRON JOSEPH R. CATTEN CHADRON BENGY L. GUPTILL CHADRON Thespian, Delta Pi Sigma MAUDIE FOWLER ALLIANCE Alpha Phi Pi; Home Economics; W.AA. KATHERINE CEHRT RUSHVILLE FREDA HACKLER CHADRON KENNETH D. FRANDSEN DALTON MARION CIERAU CHADRON Alpha Phi Pi; Chorus; Orchestra JO ANNA HALL BRIDGEPORT Alpha Phi Pi; Wing Club; WAA. MARIORIE FRY MINATARE Zeta Alpha; Y.W.C.A. JEAN GLENN CHADRON Home Economics Club JOHN C. HAMILTON BRIDGEPORT Psi Beta Sigma JOSEPHINE CALLAWAY HARRISON KATHLEEN GOLDEN CHADRON ROLLAND HARR CHADRON JOYCE ETHEL CALLOWAY KILCORE MAXINE GULICK POTTER MARY HARTALL CHADRON WILLIAM S. GALLOWAY KILCORE Chorus OPAL MAXINE CUNDERSON DIX Kappa Theta Sigma; Y.W.C.A. VIRGINIA HAUGHEY BASSETT [ Page forty-eight ] JACK HEMPHILL CHADRON HOWARD T. HOOD CHADRON DON KEEBAUGH MITCHELL Psi Beta Sigma; Philomahean MARCELLA HENKE DALTON JOHN HOOD CHADRON HELEN KELLAR CROOKSTON BETTY JEANNE HILL CHADRON Kappa Theta Sigma JOE HOOKER CHADRON HENRY KAMPUS CHADRON JUNIOR HILL CHADRON Orchestra ROY HOUSER MITCHELL Philomathean; C Club JUNE KRUMENACHER MINATARE Kappa Theta Sigma; W.A.A Chorus PHYLLIS HOLDING WHITNEY Chorus; Orchestra CLINTON HOLT CRAWFORD MADGE V. V. JOHANSEN HAY SPRINGS Gamma Chi Omega; Chorus TED JOHNSON SUNRISE, WYO. ARTHUR E. LANDON CORDON Delta Pi Sigma ROY W. LANGNER LONG PINE Wing Club; Delta Pi Sigma MORRIS HOOBLER HALSEY EVELYN M. KANNOLT CHADRON Gemma Chi Omega; Band BEN JOHN LeBLANC, JR. SCOTTSBLUFF Delta Pi Sigma; Chorus; Winj Club ly r...: « 0. A f? . ' [ Page forty-nine ] FRESHMEN GEORGIA LEMONS WOOD McCINNIS PEGGY MESTON CHADRON MITCHELL ALLIANCE Alpha Phi Pi; Chorus; C Club Wing Club ELLA MARIAN MIELKE ROBERT LICHTY ANNA LAURA McHENRY CORDON CHADRON CHADRON Wing Club; W.A.A.; Zeta Alpha; Chorus Philomathean; Chorus LOUISE LUCKE ROSAMOND MITCHELL CHADRON CHADRON Wmg Club; Chorus; MARY ALICE McVAY Alpha Phi Pi; Chorus; Home Economics Club BRIDGEPORT Alpha Phi Pi; Wing Club; W.A.A,; Chorus Wino Club MARY LUCY LONG PINE SALLY MONTAGUE MARVIN G. MARQUARDT HEMINGFORD WILLARD LYN CH MEADOW GROVE THEDFORD ELEANOR MORRIS WinP Club- Chorus- CHADRON Delta Pi Sirma DOROTHY MAZENAC Home Economics Club; MARSLAND Alpha Phi Pi MARGARET McANDREW CHADRON FRANCES C. MEIER MAX MURDOCK Home Economics Club; Zeta Alpha SIDNEY KYLE, S. DAK. Y.W.C.A. Chorus BETTY McBRIDE CHADRON ROSAMOND F. MEKEEL EMMERSON N. NASON Chorus; Gamma Chi Omega CHADRON SHAWNEE, WYO, [Pcgc fifty] ALTA MAE NEELY CHADRON LeNORE NEWBLOM CHADRON Alpha Phi PI LAYNE NORMAN WHITNEY Orchestra HELEN NORMAN WHITNEY Y.W.C.A., Orchestra LOUISE ODLUND WHITNEY KEITH OGLE THEDFORD Wing Club; Chorus E. |EAN OLTMANNS CHADRON Zeta Alpha; Wing Club; Chorus BONNIE E. ORCHARD MASON CITY LORRAINE PARKS CRAWFORD WANDA N. PAVLAT LODGE POLE Chorus; Gamma Chi Omega; Wing Club BERNICE PETERSON DIX Y.W.C.A. IRMA POTTS CHADRON ANTHONY J. RABE HARRISON KATHLEEN M. RAPP CHADRON Kappa Theta Sigma MYRTLE RAWLES WHITMAN THELMA I. REEVES CRAWFORD AUDREY REILLY BAYARD GEORGIA MAY ROBB SMITHFIELD I.R.C. BILLIE ROBERTS McGREW IRMA ROBINSON MERRIMAN Home Economics Club; Kappa Theta Sigma WALLACE H. ROGERS MITCHELL r ( r o A r! [ ( ! e ifty-oiie | r s jf FRESHMEN LEONARD ROLL THEDFORD ALBERTA SPOENEMAN BRULE RUTH TALBOT RUSHVILLE Gamma Chi Omega WARREN ROSS JOHNSTOWN Chorus WAYNE ROSS CHADRON MARTIN SAMUELSON CODY Band JUNE SCHUHMACHER CHADRON Gamma Chi Omega; Home Economics Club WILLIAM SEARBY, JR. VALENTINE Psi Beta Sigma; Band; Wing Club LUCILLE SEVELAND GORDON MAXINE SHOOPMAN ANSELMO Kappa Theta Sigma RUTH SHULL BROADWATER Wing Club; W.A.A. Zeta Alpha ELEANOR SLATER CHADRON NORMA SMITH HAY SPRINGS Gamma Chi Omega; Band; Thespians MILES E. STRAND ALLIANCE Delfa Pi Sigma; Chorus; Orchestra DOROTHY TALBOT RUSHVILLE DALE TANCEMAN CHADRON STANLEY TAUSAN CLINTON VIRGINIA VEY THOMAS PINE RIDGE, S. DAK. Alpha Phi Pi; Chorus; Y.W.C.A. VIRGINIA THURSTON POTTER Gamma Chi Omega ANNIE LAURIE TRASK HILL CITY, S. DAK. Home Economics Club; Y.W.C.A. CLARENCE TRUMP CASSA, WYO. [ Page fifty-t%vo ] CASEY TURNBULL ARDMORE, S. DAK. ALICE TWOMBLY ANSLEY DOROTHY M. UHL CRAWFORD Gamma Chi Omega. Chorus HAROLD UHRICH ALLIANCE Wmg Club MAXINE UNDERWOOD ALLIANCE Y.W.C A. ARTHUR VOSS HAY SPRINGS CHARLYN WATSON GORDON FRANCIS WAUCH DEADWOOD, S. DAK. Thespians: Wing Club CHESTER WEAVER CROOKSTON Delta Pi Sigma RUTH WEBER CHADRON DORIS WELLS LAKESIDE Chorus DESSIE M. WENDLINC TRYON ALFRED WICKMAN MORRILL Student Council; Chorus; Psi Beta Sigma; C Club ESTHER WOLF CHADRON Kappa Theta Sigma; Home Economics Club ELIZABETH ZELLER HEMINGFORD Home Economics Club HELEN M. ZELLER HEMINGFORD HENRIETTA ZELLER HEMINGFORD MARY CHISHOLM CHADRON TINA MATTHEWS WHITMAN ffZ ■ CTf T z ' • ' j [ Page fifty-three ] RGANIZATIDNS ALPHA PHI PI Verna Hodson ----- President Maxine Wells - - - Vice-President Elma Rogers ----- Secretary Mane Tragner - - - - Treasurer Dons Hallsted ----- Reporter Edith Hilton ----- Sponsor Bernice Cole _ - - Honorary Member Sophia Whiting - - Honorary Member Garnet Larson - - - Honorary Member Alpha Phi Pi sorority was first organized by Miss Lucy M. Clark, head of the depart- ment of English, as the Alice Freeman Palmer society during 1911-12, the initial year of the history of the college. During the early years the chief aim of the society was to develop literary and other cutural iastes. Later, as other campus organizations took over these functions, the main objective of A. F, P. was turned to the promotion of social relationships on the campus. In ac- cordance with the new objective the society substituted the Greek letters for A. F. P. and the organization was renamed Alpha Phi Pi sorority in 1922-23. From its be- ginning in 1911 to the present time, however, the character of Alice Freeman Palmer stands as the ideal and inspiration to the membership which has reached a total of approximately five hundred. In addition to two monthly meetings throughout the academic year, one of which is social and the other business, the sorority observes a number of annual functions in- cluding rush parties, informal and formal dances, and a Mother ' s Day tea. The mem- bership during any one year is limited to thirty-five. Bell, Bowman, Brackman, Cleaveland Miss Cole, Daniels, Dutton, Feagins Fetters, Fulton, Fowler, Gallaway Gierau, Gorton, Hall, Hallsted Miss Hilton, Hodson, Jensen, Miss Larson Lemons, McVay, Mitchell, Morris Newblom, Rhoads, Rogers, Soester Tragner, Thomas, Uhlken, Wells, I Page fifty-six ] DELTA PI SIGMA Dean Schufeldt - - - - President Kenneth Lindquist - - Vice-President Darold Barnum . - - - Secretary Joseph Weiler - - - . Treasurer Roger McHenry - - - - Historian Dr. Sanders ------ Sponsor Dr. Burrows ----- Sponsor Dr. Sillier ------ Sponsor Mr. Charles Lowenthal - Honorary Member Mr. George Babcock - Honorary Member Mr. Clarence Powers - Honorary Member Delta Pi Sigma, one of the two men ' s social organizations on the campus, takes pride in its present high position on the campus. The fraternity ' s ideals, scholarship, fellowship, sportsmanship and loyalty, as well as the keen rivalry with the Psi Beta ' s, have been instrumental in obtaining and maintaining this position. The fraternity was organized in the fall of 1928 with thirteen charter members and has since steadily grown. At the present time it has an active membership of thirty- seven. Delta Pi members are prominent in extra- curricular activities as well as in the class- room. Presidents of I. R. C, Gamma Delta Omicron, Lambda Delta Lambda, Delta Nu Epsilon, Sigma Tau Delta and Senior Class are fraternity members. Adamson, Andersen, Anderson, D. Barnum W. Barnum, Bassett, Boyce, Butler Dr. Burrows, Brecht, Connors, Davis Dixson, Eddy, Guptill, Landon Langner, Le Blanc, Lindquist, Lynch McDonald, McHenry, Mills, Mitchell Murphy, Newman, Pearman, Paxton Schufeldt, Schuize, Dr. Silker, Strand, Strong Weaver, Weiler, Wertz, Dr. Sanders, Schildhauer , , o t Fo. « r! a iMH [ Page fifty-seven ] (! (f! GAMMA CH OMEGA Lois )ones _ _ _ _ - President Marguerite Crimes - - Vice-President Louise Vogt ----- Treasurer Anna Bump ----- Secretary Miss Bennett ----- Sponsor Mrs. Peterson ----- Sponsor Mrs. Hoatson ----- Sponsor Gamma Chi Omega has rapidly popular- ized itself as a social sorority on the campus. From a charter membership of sixteen the active membership has increased to thirty- seven. Gamma Chi Omega strives to form lasting friendships among girls through wholesome recreation and contact. The winning of the trophy for the best skit in the Annual Blue Key Revue this year is proof enough that the girls and sponsors have the co-operation and enthu- siasm so necessary for success. This year members of Gamma Chi Omega hold the presidencies in the Y. W. C. A. and the Home Economics Club. The scholastic average of the group ranks among the highest of the social organizations on the campus. Earnum, Barrett, Miss Bennett, Bluhm Boyce, Brecht, Brooker, Brooks Bump, Cash, Cunningham, Grimes Guptni, Hall, Hanks, Mrs. Hoatson Hooker, Johansen, Jones, Kannolt McBride. McDonald, McHenry, Orchard Mrs. Peterson, Putnam, Schuhmacher, Sherman Smith, Talbot, Thurston, Townley Uhl, Turechek, Vogt, Miss Williams, Zeitner [ Page fifty-eighf ] ih„ KAPPA THETA SIGMA Elouise Fisher Juanita Coding Ruth Reed Aiieen Calame Miss Nelda Schmidt Miss Maude Ummel Miss Anna Nelson President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor From a charter membership of fourteen at the time of organization, November, 1925, the Kappa Theta Sigma Sorority has in- creased to thirty-three active members. The ideals of the sorority are loyaUy to the college and the group, honor, fellow- ship, and scholarship. In the choice of mem- bers these standards serve as a guide. The active participation of Kappa Theta Sigma in school affairs has been shown by the fact that for five consecutive years, 1930- 1934, the May Queen was a member of the sorority. This year the Blue Key Sweetheart was a Kappa Theta, and three of the nine char- ter members of Cardinal Key were also of this group. Members are encouraged to participate in the activities of the service groups such as Y. W. C. A., I. R. C, and W. A. A. Akers, Blundell, Calame, Campbell Cramer, Cronk, Fairchild, Fisher Fitch, Gillespie, Coding, Gunderson Hager, Harr, Hill, Jacobsen Juden, Kane, Krumenacher, E. Marcy M. Marcy, Massick, Miss Nelson, Reisdorfer Reed, Robinson, Miss Schmidt, Shipkey Shoopman, Stasch, Sutherland, Turnbull Miss Ummel, Van Horn, Wohlers, Wolf [ Page fifty-nine ] " ' o t 5 fc P A Q f s ( , , O. O, Cs M la, • Ju ' ' - PSI BETA SIGMA Richard Cray ----- President Harold Hixson - - - Vice-President Leonard Hanson - - - _ Secretary Wilmer Planansky - - . Treasurer Wayne Paxson - - - Sergeant-at-arms E. L. Rouse ------ Sponsor F. B. Harrington - Sponsor In its ten years of life on the college campus, Psi Beta Sigma social fraternity has grown in membership, social activity, and prestige. Psi Beta memoers are very active in other campus organizations as witnessed by the fact that the presidents of Student Council, Blue Key, I. A. Guild, " C " Club, Wing Club, and two of the classes are Psi Betas. The three requisite qualities for member- ship; brotherhood, service, and constancy have formed the basis for gay comraderie and close friendships which are continued after members graduate. Bowman, Bryan, Cahill, ClarK Dooley, Drury, J. Federle, K. Federle Finkey, Gray, Greisen, J. Hamilton M. Hamilton, Hanson, Dr. Harrington, A. Hixson H. Hixson, Hopper, Keebaugh, Kubik Launchbaugh, Lodge, Martin, Murphy Nylen, Oliphant, Paxson, Planansky Poole, Rabe, Mr. Rouse, Searby Steever, Sydow, Todd, Wilkinson, Woods [ Page sixty ] ZETA ALPHA Betty Finney ----- President Lucille Lucke - - - Vice-President Wilma Emick _ . - - Secretary Mary Ellin Carder - - - - Treasurer Miss Delzell - - - _ - Sponsor Miss Atkinson ----- Sponsor Mrs. Philpott ----- Sponsor Miss Vanderlas ----- Sponsor The Zeta Alpha sorority is the oldest social organization on the campus, having been organized in 1917 and having functioned since that time without being reorganized. The sorority endeavors to support all ex- tra-curricular activities in the college. Each member is affiliated with some other or- ganization on the campus. The Women ' s Athletic Association president is a member of the sorority. The Zeta Alpha sorority participates in all school activities, giving a rush party, pledge dinner, a Homecoming tea, formal and in- formal dances and a Mother ' s Day picnic. The organization endeavors to maintain a commendable scholastic standing, to promote the ideals of leadership and service and to foster a feeling of good fellowship among the students. Adamson, Aspden, Miss Atkinson. Breidenbach Brown, M. Carder, R. Carder, Carm n Christensen, Clayton, Miss Delzell, Ellis Emick, Finney, Fry, Hyde laeger, Lucke, Lundy, McAndrew McHenry, Marriott, Newland, Oltmanns Peterson, Mrs. Philpott, Rogers, Shull Skinkle, Miss Vanderlas, Webster » »«f ' I . t -a. n « H EIJI [ Page sixty-one ] BLUE KEY Bill Martin ----- President Wayne Paxson - - - Vice-President Darold Barnum - - Secretary-treasurer Harold Hixson - Corresponding Secretary Dean Schufeldt - - Alumni Secretary Robert I. Elliott Sponsor E L. Rouse ------ Sponsor Glenn W. Hildreth - - - - Sponsor Each year since the Chadron chapter of Blue Key was established in 1932 has wit- nessed a widening of the scope of activities and the sphere of the group ' s influence. Blue Key is primarily a service group whose desire and purpose is to promote the joint interests of the student body and the administration. Eligibility for membership is based upon outstanding character, scholar- ship and qualities of leadership in men of senior college rank. Those elected to Blue Key hold their membership a cherished honor and a challenge to the best that is in them. In addition o .sponsoring the annual tour- naments in bridge, checks, chess, swimming, besketball, horseshoes, and tennis the chap- ter this year presented the third annual " Little Theater " all school banquet, and the second annual " revue of Revues. " A new feature sponsored hv the chapter this year was the Blue Key Sweetheart Ball. Highlight of the Ball was the presentation of Miss Elouise Fisher as Blue Key Sweetheart. The chapter for the first timo took an active part in presenting the Ivy Dav, a feature of which was the ceremonious planting of ivy near the Administration bui ' ding. Barnum, Connors Mr. Elliott, Dr. Hildreth Hixson Martin Mitchell, Oliphant Paxson, Poole Mr. Rouse, Schuefeldt [ Page sixty-two ] CARDINAL KEY Margaret Jensen _ _ - _ President Elouise Fisher - - - Vice-President Aileen Calame - - - - Treasurer Lois )ones ----- Secretary Miss Wiric ' ; ----- Sponsor Miss Vanderlas ----- Sponsor Miss Hawkins ----- Sponsor A charter of Cardinal Key National Honor- ary Sorority, was granted to Nebraska State Teachers College at Chadron in 1938. Membership in Cardinal Key is a high honor, for only the young women students who have shown desirable character, high scholarship, and good leadership in activities are qualified. It is a society in which women students organize and discuss ways and means of co- operating v ith the faculty and students to promote the welfare of the student body and the best interests of the institution. In co-operation with the Blue Key it seeks to serve its purpose by seeing that nothing which should be done to create a more worthwhile campus is left undone. Augustine, Barnum Calame, Fisher Miss Hawkins, Hodson Jensen, Jones Peterson, Stasch Miss Vanderlas, Miss Wirick [ Page sixt}j-thrce ] STUDENT COUNCIL Tom Poole ----- President Charles Finkey - - Vice-President Zelma Barnum - - . - Secretary William Martin - Contingent Representative Margaret Jensen - Contingent Representative The Student Council was established in the year 1933 with the aim of bringing the stu- dents into closer contact with the adminis- tration of the college. The council consists of fourteen members: three from each of the senior, junior, and sophmore classes: the four class pres.dents; and the president of the council who is elected from either the junior or senior class. The annual activities of the council are the publication of the " C " book or college directory and the all school mixer. Through the Student Council the students of the college are allowed a voices in the govern- ment of the campus. The council endeavors to set aright any problem-; that might ariso and to encourage all activities for the better- ment of the school. It is through the efforts of the council that the students in the future will have the opportunity to take the Tubercular and Was- sermann tests with their physical examina- tions. The council has also started a cam- paign to standardize examinations. Adamson, Barnum Connors, .Drury Finkey, Finney Hixson, .Jensen McHenry, Martin, Poole Rogers, Schufeldt, Wicknian I ' age sirty-four ] THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS GUILD Vernon Dooley President Elmer Murphy Vice-President Earle Ellicott - - Secretary-treasurer Alva Oliphant Sergeant-at-arms Lawrence C. Lindahl Adviser The Guild is a professional club presenting three aspects, namely: the professional, the fraternal, and the honorary. Membership is limited to those students who are working toward a major or minor in industrial arts. This accounts for the fact that the Guild is a select group of students and also makes it possible for every member to play an active part in the activities of the organization. Each year the Guild sponsors a variety of activities designed to stimulate and encour- age an interest in industrial arts and indus- trial arts education. The work of the past two years was featured by an industrial arts fair and this year the Guild has pub- lished a bi-monthly magazine, called the Artisan, which was sent to all alumni mem- bers and others interested in its activities. It is also working in co-operation with a local club in Chadron to establish a model rural school. It is the intent of the Guild to install in this school a small but active and efficient industrial arts unit. By so doing it hopes to crea te a new interest in industrial arts both within and outside its ranks. Andersen Baker Dooley, Dixson Ellicott, Ford Grim, Mr. Lindahl Mills, Murphy Oliphant [ Page sixty-five ] SIGMA TAU DELTA Cyril Dflvis - - . . . President Edna May Lundy - - Vice-President Lois )ones - - . . . Secretary Anna Bump - - - . . Treasurer Miss Clark Sponsor Miss Larson - - - Honorary Member Sigma Tau Delta is a national honorary English fraternity. The local organization, known as the Sigma Beta Chapter, was es- tablished in 1929. The Alpha chapter was founded at Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell, South Dakota. The purpose of Sigma Tau Delta is to encourage the mastery of self-expression in English, and to develop and foster a love and appreciation for good literature. Members are chosen on the basis of .scholarship and the interest shown in English. Active membership is limited to those whose work leads to an English major. Students who have English minors or who have shown some definite interest in the depart- ment may be chosen as associate members. The rectangle is the National magazine in which original writings may be published. Publication requirements of 1000 words arc required of each member. Sigma Tau Delta annually sponsors two Short Story Contests in which students are inspired to do creative writing. The wimier in 193 in the freshman diivsion was Jeanette Jacobsen, and the winner in the senior division was Cyril Davis. Barnum, Bump, Calame Miss Clark, Davis, Fitch Galloway, Coding, Hooker Jacobsen, Jensen, Jones Miss Larson, Lundy, McHenry Skinkle, Sutherland, Wells, Withers [ Page sixty-six ] GAMMA DELTA OMICRON L.-wrence Mitchell Harold Hixson Elma Rogers Pres. R. I. Elliott - Hon. H. B. Coffee - Mrs. Barbara Burrows Miss Helen R. William; Dr. Albert H. Burrows President Vice-President Secretary Honorary Member Honorary Member Honorary Member Sponsor - - Sponsor The Gamma Delta Omicron is a fraternity composed of members, who have inter-col- legiate competition in forensics. One of the major achievements is the sponsoring of the Four State High School Tournament, which draws contestants from a 400 mile radius. The Fraternity is primarily interested in inter-collegiate debate. Phenomenal success has attended this activity again this year. In tournament competition, with the lead- ing colleges and universities throughout the west and from the Lakes to the Gulf, the debaters have won repeated distinction. At the Rocky Mountain Conference the Mens A team won first and second in individual debate, first in extemporaneous speaking, and the entire squad of men and women com- peted with Southern Methodist University for grand sweepstakes honors. Other tour- naments in which distinction was won: Southwestern Tournament, Hutchinson Tour- nament, Red River Valley, Northwest Tour- nament, and the State Tournament. At the latter meet one first and three second places were won in the four debate divisions. The Fraternity maintains a leading scholar- ship ranking. Members of the Fraternity are active cam- pus leaders. Several are members of the Blue and Cardinal Key honorary societies. They hold Presidencies in the Thespians, I. R. C, Y. W. C. A-, Junior Class, and Student Body. D. Barnum, Z. Barnum, Dr. Burrows Cash, Mr. Elliott, Fauske Fowler, Hixson, Jacobsen Kane, McDonald, Mills Mitchell, Pearman, Poole Putnam, Rogers, Wells, Miss Willams m tk I [ Page sixtij-scvcn ] lyl " ' LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA Roger McHenry Dean Schufeldt Leonard Hanson Homer Paxton Dr. Lyie V. Andrews Charles W. Philpott - Grace C. Philpott Dr. S. T. Sanders Dr. Ralph E. Silker - E. Tripp Michael President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Lambda Delta Lambda is a national honor-- ary science fraternity. At the present time it consists of a group of nineteen, six faculty members and thirteen students who have completed twenty-one hours in physics or chemistry and have honor grades. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate interest in the field of science and to bring discoveries of current interest to the group. This is brought about by papers presented by the members at each meeting. Dr. A ndrews, Briggs, Crisman Dixson, Greene, Hanson Kubik, McDonald, McHenry Martin, Mr. Michael, Paxton Mr. Philpott, Mrs. Philpott, Schufeldt Schulze, Dr. Silker, Strong, Wertz Dr. Sanders, I Page sivty-cight] C CLUB Charles Finkey - - - - President- William Christian - - Vice-President Carl Murphy . _ _ _ . Secretary Wayne Paxson . - - _ Treasurer Ruffus Trapp ----- Sponsor Ross Armstrong Sponsor The C Club is an organization of college athletes who have earned their letter in one of the major sports, football, basketball, or track. Its purpose is the furtherance of athletics at Chadron State Teachers College. Two of the major events of the year, the Lantern Walk and Homecoming, are spon- sored by the Club. Also quite prominent is the Western Nebraska track meet for high schools in charge of the C Club and held yearly on the Chadron State Athletic field. D. Armstrong, R. Armstrong, Barnum, Bow- Brashear, Brower, Butler, Carmin Christian, Clark, Coleman, Davis Dooley, Evans, Finkey, Floyd Gaeckler, Hamilton, Hanson, Houser Lodge, McGinnis, Murphy, Oliphant O ' Rourke, Paxson, Planansky, Poole R. Trapp, Valentine, Wickman, Wilkinson, Woods a . c .. n o. ' O f r [ Page sixty-nine ] Y. W. C. A. Zelma Barnum Dorothy Rhoads Laura Sutherland Irma hlager Miss Reynolds Miss Cole Miss Ummel President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Committee Faculty Committee Faculty Committee The Young Women ' s Christian Associa- tion is the largest organization on the cam- pus. It is a service organization for girls and is open to all for membership. Through meetings which are held twica each month the organization strives to real- ize " a full and more creative life through a growing knowledge of God " for themselves and for all people. The Y. W. C. A. sponsors an all school tea at the beginning of the Fall Quarter and a banquet in the spring. In addition to these activities the group have spent their tims this year on a study of hobbies and a series of meeings on personality. During the summer of 1937, four members represented this organization at the Rocky Mountain Conference at Estes Park, Colo - rado and this spring Miss Reynolds and a group of six girls attended the state conven- tion at Peru, Nebraska. A. Anderson, H. Anderson, E. Augustine, M. Augustine, Barnum Barrett, Bell, Boyce, Bristol, Brooker A. Brown, B. Brown, Calame, Campbell, Mis Cole Cramer, Davis, Dickson, Dutton, Fauske Fetters, Flora, Franklin Fry, Gallaway Galloway, Gatton, Gunderson, Hager, Hall Hanks, Jacobsen, Johansen, Jones, McVay Esther Marcy, Eunice Marcy, M. Marcy, Ol- son, Raben Rawles, Miss Reynolds, Rhoads, ShuU, Smith, Sutherland Thomas. Trask, Turechek, Underwood, Uhl- kcn. Miss Ummel I Page WING CLUB Marcus Bryan Wilma Emick Neyl Webster Lucille Lucke Miss Miller President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor The Wing Club is the college pep group, reorganized in the spring of 1935. Led by competent cheer leaders, the club members supplement the cheering at all college games. They are especially active on Homecoming Day and in the crowning of the Gridiron Queen, co-operating with the " C " Club for these events. They stage a Bonfire Rally on " C " Hill and a Torch Parade down Main Street. Adamson, Akers, Bowman, Breidenbach, Brickner Bruner, Bryan, Carder, Carmin, Carty Cleaveland, Coleman, Connors, Cutler, Davis Drury, Ejnick, J. Federle, K. Federle, Finney Gorton, Guptill, Hallsted, Hall, laeger Langner, Le Blanc, Launchbaugh, Lemons, Louise Lucke Lucille Lucke, McHenry, McVay, Martin, Miss Miller, R. Mitchell L. Mitchell, Murdock, Oltmanns, E. Rogers, L. Rogers, Schufeldt Searby, Shull, Steever, TuUoss, Strand, Web- ster [Page seventy-one] ' d g© (POO o CAMPUS THESPIANS Anne Kane Edna May Lundy Elvin Adamson Miss Williams President -President, Historian Secretary- treasurer Sponsor The Campus Thespians had its origin in the year of 1934. The purpose of the ten charter members was to provide and organ- ize dramatic activities on the campus. Of the present membership there are two activj charter members. The group undertakes two major productions each year, some members concentrating on the actual acting and the others in the production and staging. In addition to these plays, several short plays, skits, and marionette shows are presented. Also, the club sponsors an all school dance in the autumn. The Thespians are always willing to lend their talents, several members directing and producing plays this year outside of the regular club program of activities. Adamson, Christensen, Cronk. Cutler Davis, DeLand, Finney, Fisher Foot, Glasgow, Guptill, C. Hall J. Hall, Johansen, Kane, Launchbaugh Lucke, Lundy, Martin, Massick Mitchell, Putnam, Skinkle, Smith [ Page sevenfij-two ] W. A. A. Lois Rogers ----- President Laura Sutherland - - Vice-President Marie Tragner - - - _ Secretary Betty Finney Treasurer lean Van Horn - Corresponding Secretary Miss Miller Sponsor In order to promote an interest in or- ganized athletics for college women, the Women ' s Athletic Association was organized. The Club maintains an interest in the vari- ous sports throughout the year by sponsor- ing tournaments which are open to all col- lege girls. With fall hikes, hockey and ar- chery; winter basketball, volleyball, ring tennis, badminton, ping-pong, and swim- ming; and spring baseball, tennis and golf, every woman finds some athletic interest sat- isfied. It is also the privilege of the outstanding members of this organization to earn a " C " sweater. Good sportsmanship is the goal of every organization, and especially of the W. A. A. Augustine, Bluhm, Bowman, Brackman Bristol, Brooker, Carmin, Cleaveland Cronk, Dickson, Feagins, Finney Fowler, Gillespie, Gorton, Guptill Hager, Hall, Jacobsen, Krumenacher A. McHenry, D. McHenry, McVay, Miss Miller Putnam, E. Rogers, L. Rogers, Shull Sutherland, Tragner, Van Horn, Withers [ Page seventy-three ] . f SJ ,c Q : . n Ci I.RC Darold Barnum President Algeo Cutler - Vice -President Laura Sutherland Secretary Elvin Adamson Treasurer Miss Rita Atkinson Sponsor The Inernational Rel jtions Club, the only international organizati 3n on the campus, is a club for the purpose of studying and dis- cussing current national and international events and issues. Regular meetings which are held twice each month consist of indi- vidual reports and group discussions. Through district, national, and internation.sl club publications this chapter keeps in touch with various other chapters. This year the Club sent six delegates: Darold Barnum, Elvin Adamson, Delbert Tulloss, Evelyn Bris- tol, Laura Sutherland, and Jeannette Jacob- sen and the sDonsor Miss Atkinson to the Mississippi Valley Conference at Drake Uni- versity, Des Moines, Iowa. The Club has been unusually interesting this year becaus3 of the crisis in world affairs. Adamson, Miss Atkinson, Augustine, D. Bar- W. Barnum, Z. Barnum, Bartell, Boyce Bristol, Brown, Cahill, Crouse Cutler, Davis, Ellis, A. Fauske S. Fauske, Federle, Fetters, Hollister Hixson, Jacobsen, Krumenacher, McDonald McHenry, Murphy, Nvlen, Parrish, Pearman Robb, Rogers, Sutherland, Tulloss, Weller [ Page seventy-four ] if.p, HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Marguerite Crimes - - - President Verna Hodson - - - Vice-President Elouise Fisher ----- Secretary Fauvette Peterson - - - - Treasurer Miss Hawkins ----- Sponsor Miss Delzell ----- Sponsor Miss Schmidt - - - Honorary Member Chadron College Home Economics Club became affiliated with the State and Na- tional American Home Economics Associa- tion September 25, 1930 with a charter mem- bership of twenty-one. Miss Ethel L. Delzell was sponsor. The purpose of the Club is to interest girls in the various fields of Home Economics. The meetings of the Club are of both social and educational character. Miss Mildred Hawkins was made head sponsor in 1937. Akers, E. Augustine, M. Augustine, Batie Boyce, Carder, Miss Delzell, Emick Fisher, Fowler, Fulton, Gallaway Glenn, Grimes, Hardy, Harr Miss Hawkins, Hockett, Hodson, Hooker Jones, McAndrew, Morris, Oltmanns Peterson Reisdorfer, Rhoads, Robinson Miss Schmidt, Schuhmacher, Sherman, Trs Zeitner, Zeller, Wolf. Wells Ch ( f : f% r m [ Page seventy-five ] Top Row— McHenry, Chambers Wickman, Franklin, Gr Second Row — Cronk, Sandstrom, Brooker, Burrows, B. Mrs. E. Cook First Row — Galloway, Mrs. Bartlett, Mrs. Sanders, I Meade, McHenry, Lemons, Blundell ene, Strand. McCann Gierau, Norman, Holding, Hill, Faulder, M. Gierau, Mrs. ORCHESTRA This fine musical organization directed by Mr. Roy Peterson is com- posed not only of talented students but also includes in its personnel several members of the college faculty and former students who reside in Chadron. Each season a varied repertoire of music is studied and performed for concerts, assembly programs, and college plays. [Page seventy-six] ih Top Row — McCann, Krumenacher, Coleman, Rabe, McHenry, Samuelson, Wickman, Franklin, Strand Second Row — Mr. Moody, Fry, Best, Crouse, Hood, Hazel Cook, Henry Cook, Kannolt, Harry Cook First Row — Sandstrom, Roe, Chambers, Murdock, Greene, Cronk, Brooker, Stech, Smith, Hall, Searby BAND The band ' s first year under the direction of Leo W. Moody has been a very successful one. From the thirteen members who attended the first rehearsal the band has grown to a personnel of thirty-three members with almost perfect instrumentation for this size group. Equally as progressive as its growth in numbers has been its improvement as a musical organization. The band has been a loyal group of hard workers and their co-operation has played no small part in the s plendid reorganization work done by Director Moody. The past season saw the inauguration of a letter awards system for band members and this practice is to be kept up indefinitely. The band appeared at all of the football and basketball games, the Blue Key Revue, Ivy Day, and two assembly programs. They also played for the Rotary Club, the Kiwanis Club, the Junior Chamber of Commerce, and for all of the schools of Chadron and some of the towns in the vicinity. BAND OFFICERS Don Sandstrom Assistant Director Harold Greene Manager Jo Anna Hall Librarian Page seventy-seven ] Top Row Oltmanii.s, Wcb. lei, Connors, W.ckman. Bassctt. Todd, Brecht, Lindquist, Strand, Murdock. Steever, J, Federle, Vallentine Fourth Row — Holding, Johansen, C. Boyce, Crouse, Galloway, Coleman, TuUoss, Bruner, K. Federle, Ross, Dryden, Jacobsen, McVay Th:rd Row — Jones, Krumenacher, Mielke, Sutherland, Blundell, Kane, M, Carder Rogers, Hallsted, Mitchell, Uhl, Sherman, Hanks Second Row — D. Boyce, Putnam, Feagins, Cash, McBride, Christensen, Galloway, Uhlken R. Carder, Lemons, McHenry, Finney, Breidenbach First Row — Louise Lucke, Barrett, Bluhm, Hall, Lucille Lucke, Fisher, Ncwland, Marriott, Thomas, Massick, Gorton, Emick, Peterson, Fitch, Gierau CHORUS The College Chorus, or choir, as it is sometimes called, is completing, with the close of the college year (1938), the sixth season of a brilliant career. It has attained an enviable reputation throughout the state and is rated among the best organizations of this type. The concert appearances of the chorus this season have included two in Rapid City, two in Hot Springs, one in Gordon, one in Crawford and the annual broadcast trom KOA in Denver. Between Chadron and Denver the Chorus sang in three or four towns en route including Cheyenne. The membership numbers seventy-five and the faithfulness in rehearsal attendance is an outstanding characteristic of it. The organization has justified its existence since the beginning. [Page seventij-cight ] GEOGRAPHIC STUDY TOUR The Geographic Study Tours of the State Teachers College are designed to make possible a wide scope of travel for teachers and students of Nebraska. By organizing the tour on the basis of co- operative effort and a " share-the-expense- plan " , the cost has been kept within the reach of all who wish to participate. The time of departure from the college is so regulated that students may attend the first term of summer school and still go on the study tour, . rrival back at the college is so regulated that there is ample time for teachers to attend pre- opening meetings for the fall term of school in all counties. The itinerary is selected for its uni queness to most Ne- braska teachers. Most of the natural regions of western United States, phases of ocean and inland water use, fishing, mining, and specialized fruit production are fundamentals of the study. Social influences are ascertained for each region. Camp has been struck In the Redwoods. West Coast Lumber Industry Study at Ray- mond, Oregon. Counting plants on the Desert Floor at Valmy, Nevada Columbia River Salmon Fishing, Astoria, Ore- gon. Governor Clarence Martin welcomes the grouo to the state of Oregon for study. Lecture by Fredrich R. Bechdolt, author of " Desert Rat " . Saturday Evening Post story. ■ ' " k [ Page srvcnty-nine ] EATURE5 Spirit i|.- . Ill- J.issmg-room door Scared? Wilmer in a haze Sturgeon gets a haircut Pax stops for repairs Making mud pies Strolling Wonder boy from Mitchell Olie in a hurry Potential member of the Russian ballet Stem view [Page eighty- two - R S0UNTAINEER« p| " Ruf " passes oui No smoking on the campus Jail on wheels ' Optimism The band swings out Queen ' Tyke " The Eagle takes an airing But Mary spent the day in the hills The firing squad And the crowd rises The Rough Riders " Wing Club comes out in front [ Page eighty-three East end of second Ecstacy t L The spinsters pine j M| Ll. ' Trapp ' s night in •• Wtt Mr. Moody goes to town ! T J? Believe it or not -v H Yarndiey waits patiently •Tak e paper and pencil, plerse " Can Ellicott r ? - - " Take a letter. Miss Stasch " Off to the hills [ Page eight ij-f Oil The C Men are meeting tonight Icwa and Nebraska get together The trophy A pensive debate coach What ' s on for toni] Hixson chaperones A presidential pose And Connors beats out the dollars Spearfish gives us the once-over The life of a country gentleman [ Page eighty-five ] Spring hits the ccmpus Appointment In Sannarra The state boys Athletic figure Ellicott can A bookish class Will they make it? The Eagle basketeers Cash on the line All ' s quiet on the Men s Hall front I Page eight y-six ] The Beta boys White pants, Top hat and Cane Mary Ellis Stroud Jack Benny to you Dean Emeritus rests before chaoe The Sigma Taus go dramatic Herb gives a speech Faculty in the lime-light A sporty wedding Quarter exams Chadron ' s guards WPA workers I [Paffeeighfy-sevcn} the hills Edifice in the Millie in the bushes Splash! Splash! Lena, the Lioness, protects the Alpha Phi ' s Punch in a grass shack The May Queen enters After the Maestro Vogt stands by Faculty gathering Who won? [ Page eighty-eight ] Belwean classes Connors get his hand wet Steever gets Lhot Spring fever in the physics lab Forty love Bus goes to class ensen, ankle socks, and Anderson " What, no cords? " Will you sign my annual? " Okay, I ' m ready " Dick squats The happy hunting ground [ Page eighty-nine ] THLETICS t w, Top Row — Flanansky, Wickman, D. Armstrong, Oliphant, Houser, Christian, Woods Third Row — R. Trapp, Frandsen, Davis, Hester, J. Butler, Finkey, McGinnis, R. Armstrong Second Row — Truxes, Brower. Paxson, M. Butler, Brooks, Hamilton, Ford First Row — Dr. McDowell, Coleman, Wilkinson, Kubik, Poole, Lodge Like if The satisfied look on the faces of Rufe and Ross adequately repaid the football team for all the hard knocks received in gain- ing the trophy. Maybe they ' re thinking back over the season while gazing at this — in the final analysis there ' s a lot repres ented in that trophy — long practices — chalk talks — showers — trips — the funny feeling just before the kick- off — the substitutions — Ihe end of the game — the final victory — all those are represented in that carefully wrought metal symbol — but the value received has been worth it. FOOTBALL The official start of the ' 37 football season was j iven by Ruffus Trapp and Ross Armstrong when they shouldered the dummy out to the practice field, lined up the prospects and said: " Here we go for a successful year. " Although Chadron had a veteran team they were not in shape to defeat Rapid City on September 18, losing by a score of 0-17. Rapid piled up gains at random with passing playing a very important part in their first victory in ten years of football against Chadron. Charles Finkey played an excellent game for Chadron, gaining the most yards accrued by any one man. Our freshman center, . lfred Wickman, played a bang-up game, several times breaking through and spilling the Miners for substantial losses. [ Page ninety-two ] C.ASHEAR CCC END BROWER CCC END Action Shot Anyway it ' s a good tackle Two weeks of hard practice set the stage for an important tilt with the Fort Hays team of Kansas — their line and Chadron ' s see-sawed back and forth be- tween the two thirty-yard markers for four quarters. A trick pass netted them a 7-0 victory over a fighting team of Eagles who stopped only after the final whistle had blown. X ' ictory was pleasant and soul-satisfy- ing when Chadron defeated the Spear- fish Yellow Jackets on their Homecom- ing game. Planansky took several long gains from Sf)earfish by his clever broken field running. The Spearfish running at- tack was stopped cold by Paxson, Woods, and Christian who spent most of the afternoon playing in Spearfish ' s back- field, with consequent disastrous effects to their opponents ; the score at the end of the game read 21-6 and the scales began to approach the balance point. The scales stood even with two wins and two defeats after Chadron ' s ex- citing last-quarter win over Wayne in the Wildcat ' s Stadium. The lead was held by Wayne until a clever pass from Finkey to Armstrong evened the score at OLIPHANT CCC END l.ODCE CCCC QUARTERBACK Action Shot 42 left— Davis back [ Page ninety-three ] FINKEY CCC Halfback CHRISTIAN CCC 1. ' all. A few minutes later " Woody " .McCinnis, one of the freshman " finds " from Mitchell, catapulted across for the ictorious margin. The victory bell at Wayne rang loud and long that night when Chadron hands pulled the rope— and Wayne ' s Homecoming was added to Chadron ' s belt along with that of Spearfish. Therefore, it seemed natural to have Chadron ' s Homecomng spoiled by a large and powerful team from Gunni- son, Colorado— the Western State Moun- taineers. Before the contest started, Captain Finkey presented a lovely cor- sage of flowers to Miss Margaret Jen- sen who had been selected as Gridiron Queen for Homecoming. Miss Lucille Lucke and Miss Elouis: Fisher were attendants to the Queen : the three girls viewed the game from the bench and were as excited as Chadron ' s coaches as the game progressed. Power plays were ' estern State ' s main suit and the Chadron line spent a busy afternoon trying to solve them with unsatisfactory results. The passing attack which proved the best ground-gainer was successfully executed but that could not furnish us Action Sh(, Bill got POOLE CCC Ciiarri WOODS CC TACKLE r Page ninety-four ] ARMSTRONG CC END PAXSON CCC TACKLE with the needed " push " . That was a real ball game — the score was not a clear indication of those struggles for the last few inches to first downs, resorted to bj- both teams. Everything pointed to the . rmistice Day game with Kearney — this time for the second consecutive year, Chadron and Kearney were to battle for the N.I. A. .A. championship. Comparative scores pointed to an easy victory for Keprney, but the final minute brought the Eagles a 14-13 victory and the cham- pionship. Kearney, paced by Marrow and Lewis, began a ground covering offensive which boded ill for Chadron — a few forays into their line by Bill Christian and Houser, another freshman who came through, stopped them cold. Chadron ' s passing attack which had functioned in- termittently and sporadically throughout the year began to work with deadly pur- pose. The half ended with the score 13-7 in favor of Kearney. The second half was one for the n ' .ovies ; Kearney and Chadron fought for yards with intense spirit and some bril- Action shot Lodge finally caught HAMILTON C GUARD WILKINSON CC FULLBACK Page ninety- five iPf " - ' ■ ■... •■,., m. hh SUTLER C GUARD PLANANSKY CC HALFBACK Action shot Pass complete to Armstr liant playing was seen by the crowd With just a few minutes left " Ace " Lodge tossed a flat pass to Armstrong who scampered over for the tying points. McGinnis calmly booted the ball through the cross bars for the winning point which carried with it the N.I.A.A. cham- pionship not held by the Eagles since 1933. Football letters were awarded to the following men for the 1937 season : Lodge, Brower, Finkey, Christian, Paxson, Poole, Oliphant, Planansky, Woods, Wil- kinson, Armstrong, Butler, McGinnis, Hamilton, Hcuier, W ickman, Davis, and Coleman. The team as a whole had a success- ful season. The early season losses were a serious retarding agent, but the " fight " never left the team. Victory was sweet and defeat was not an easy load t.j shoulder. Xext year? One can never tell — Chadron has a large amount of new material — the schedule is a tough one — but in closing the wishes of the team for a successful season may be summer up in three words, " GO, GANG, GO. " Planansky COi " g nowhere — fast HOUSER C CENTER DAVIS C HALFBACK [ Page niiicty-si.r ] WICKMAN C CENTEf. Action shot Houser really scared this guy! Chadron football SCORES Chadron South Dakota School of Mines 17 Chadron Fort Hays, Kansas V Chadron 21 Spearfish G Chadron 18 Wayne Teachers i3 Chadron 7 Western State, Gunnison, Cole. 22 Cliadron 14 Kearney Teachers 1,1 COLEMAN C HALFBACK McGINNIS C QUARTERBACK I.fl. -! " 1 Action Shot Poole and Woods on a rever [ Page ninety-seven ] BASKETBALL Facing the stiffest schedule in the history of the school, the Eagle Basket- ball squad averaged over forty-eight points per game in a twenty game schedule. Greeley proved to be the only tearii able to defeat Chadron without suffering a loss to the Eagles in turn. The new uniforms and the men in them were rudely surprised in their first game with the South Dakota School of Mines, losing 28-31 ; the next night found the score 48-34 in our favor ; this game began a nine game winning streak which was abruptly halted by Kearney in an important conference game — the score 34-32, Kearney. The next night the scoreboard read 57-36 in Chadron ' s favor. The highlight games of the season, here, according to local sentiment were the games with Colorado ] Iines wherein the scores for the two nights read 48-41 and 53-51. High powered scoring by Bowman, Arm- strong, Evans, and Clark paved the way for these surprise wins. Wayne and Chadron resumed their yearly tussle and Chadron won both nights, a last second toss by Herb Clark decided the fate of the second game. In the Western State game at Gunnison, Colorado the 86-66 win for AVestern State is believed to be the National Intercollegiate high scoring record for total points in a college game. In the N.I. A. A. Conference Chadron won second to Peru Teachers who defeated both Wayne and Kearney four times out of four. The All-Conference roster finds Dean .Armstrong, Wilmer Planansky, and James Evans as members of the first scjuad. The excellent playing of Lodge, I ' inkey, Carmin, ' allentine, and O ' Rourke helped Chadron ' s winning scores to a great extent. Opposition of high calibre opposed our team on almost every occasion. Chief among these were Lingenfelter of Wayne, Seraphin and Anderson of Western State, McDonald of Colorado Mines and the combination of Campbell ARMSTRONG CC BOWMAN CC CARMIN CCC CLARK C EVANS C FINKEY CCC [ Page ninety-eight ] and Robertson from Greeley. They afforded the crowd with additional interest in that the above named were likely and able to " come thru " in the pinches. Dean Armstrong proved to be the most con- sistent and accurate scorer for the season, amass- ing 225 points in twenty games; his high jump shots from the bank board added confidence to the entire team when the score was running close. Center position was well filled by Jim Evans, a freshman, and Herb Clark, a transfer from Spearfish. Both men were excellent defense men and the scoring honors afforded each were about equal. George " Monk " Bowman proved able to be an excellent source of baskets even though he often seemed to be dwarfed by men attempting to seize the basketball from him. His long shots from the free throw line were very accu- rate especially in the Wayne and Colorado Mines games. Wilmer Planansky and Carl " Bus " Murphy were the chief reasons we were able to concen- trate on offense most of the time. The two served to sadly discourage the opposition ' s for- wards by their excellent blocking and guarding. Xext year promises us finer teams, better competition, and more school spirit — our calibre of opposition has risen yearly so that our own team is rapidly climbing — from a successful season to a better one next year. MURPHY cccc VALLENTINE C O ' ROURKE C LODGE CCCC PLANANSKY CC Chadron BASKETBALL BOX SCORE Chadron 28 Rapid City School of Mines 31 Chadron 48 Rapid City School of Mines 34 Chadron 44 Spearfish, S. D., Teachers 29 Chadron 63 Spearfish, S. D., Teachers 41 Chadron 54 Rapid City School of Mines 32 Chadron 45 Rapid City School of Mines 38 Chadron 53 Colorado School of Mines 51 Chadron 48 Colorado School of Mines 41 Chadron 51 Spearfish, S. D., Teachers 35 Chadron 56 Spearfish, S. D., Teachers 38 Chadron 32 Kearney Teachers College 34 Chadron 57 Kearney Teachers College 36 Chadron 50 Wayne Teachers College 41 Chadron 46 Wayne Teachers College 45 Chadron 66 Gunnison, Colo., Western State 86 Chadron 59 Gunnison, Colo., Western State 55 Chadron 33 Greeley, Colo., Teachers 51 Chadron 40 Greeley, Colo., Teachers 56 Chadron 54 Greeley, Colo., Teachers 61 Chadron 37 Greeley, Colo., Teachers 49 [ Page ninety-nine ] WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS Ten different sports were offered by the Department of Physical Education for Women during the past year. In the fall term Field Hockey was the major sport. Class teams were chosrn from the large group of participants and the climax of the season came with a tournament of games between classes. The freshmen came out on top as usual. The members of the winning team were Hrooker. Bowman, Carmin, Cleaveland, Dickson, Hall, Fowler, McX ' ay, Mc- Henry, Shull, and Schwebke. Swim- ming, badminton, and archery were also offered during the fall term. The first part of the winter term was taken up with intra-mural basketball. The eight teams that entered have now adopted the permanent names as fol- lows: Amazons, Athenians, Persians, Pi- rates, Romans, Spartans, Trojans, and ' i kings . The Persians were the win- ners of the 1938 season, with the Rom- ans ranking second. An inter-class tour- nament cnd:d the season. The winning freshman team consisted of Bowman, Cleaveland, Fetters, Fowler, McHenry, and Mc ' ay. In ' olley Ball more skill was dis- placed this year than ever before. LOIS ROGERS WILLIAM TELL LAURA SUTHERLAND BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT SOFT BALL [ Page one hundred] I This was due, no doubt, to a longe period of practice than was formerl provided. The freshman-sophomor finals proved to be th« most excitin ever held here. The games were tw up, with the fifth game a tie game event ually won by the sophomores. Th mcimbers of the sophomore team wer Batie, Buckles, Fisher, Flora, Grime; Marcy, Rogers, and Sutherland. The Ping Pong singles tournamen with twenty entrants was won by Loi Rogers. The Badminton tournamen with sixteen entrants was won by Ann, Laura NIcHenry. Elouise Fisher, las year ' s winner was runner-up in thi tournament. Ping Pong doubles are no in progress and Badminton doubles ar yet to be held. .A ring tennis doubles tournament heh in November was won by June Schuh macher and Vanessa Christensen. Ai archery tournament is held each spring and baseball teams also are chosen fo the round robin tournaments. Six girl: received training and pass:d their senio: life saving tests. They are Doris Hall sted, Edith Massick, Maudie Fowler Anne Kane, Elizabeth Potts, and Dorin( Whitney. Two girls have been awarded honoi sweaters in 1938. The requirement i; 800 points in accordance with W.A.A regulations. Lois Rogers and Laur: Sutherland received the sweaters, hoti girls have taken active part in athletic; consistently during their freshman anc sophomore years and well deserve thi; honor. POTENTIAL ROBIN HOODS BADMINTON FINALS TIME OUT [ Pac e one hundred one 1 ADVERTISING We dedicate this section or the book to those business men whose support has made this edition of th;: Anoka s an possible. OUR ADVERTISERS PACE 1 0-4 DR. C. E. MASTERS RASMUSSEN LUMBER COAL SAULTS SON DR, M. B. McDowell PACE 105 CRAVES STUDIO PACE THEATRE TSCHARNER BROS. CHADRON BAKERY PREY CHEVROLET PACE 106 YELLOW CAB TRANSFER CEORCE W. FISHER CRAYDON L. NICHOLS CHADRON CREAMERY HARRY B. COFFEE REITZ LENINCTON PACE 107 PULLMAN CAFE REITZ CRITES FIRST NATIONAL BANK PIERCE CLINIC EACLE PHARMACY HENNESSY ' S WESTERN PUBLIC SERVICE CO. POTT ' S LAUNDRY PACE 108 LUCKE OIL CO. STAR CROCERY SUN CONFECTIONERY DR. H. W. 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R. : IcDOWELL Physician and Surgeon Phones 28 and 108 [Page one hundred o»r ] All Portraits ! i 1 By GRAVES STUDIO i 248 Main Phone 194 , PACE THEATRE THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL AIR CONDITIONED VENTILATION— WESTERN ELECTRIC " MIRROPHON IC SOUND " i Latest in Pictures TSCHARNER BROS COODYEAR TIRES— EXIDE BATTERIES— CHARGING— REPAIRING— UNITED MOTORS SERVICE Road Service— 109 Magneto Repairing — Axle Straightening CHADRON BAKERY 1 1 5 West Second Street Phone 534 ) Chadron ' s Progressive Dealer PREY CHEVROLET COMPANY i SALES 1 4. 226 Bordeaux— Phone 84 SERVICE [ Page one hundred five ] YELLOW CAB TRANSFER MOVING PACKING SHIPPING Phone Taxi Service Day or Nite 666 GEORGE W. FISHER Plumbing Heating and Cas Fitting Steam — Hot Water and Cas Heating 323 Main Street Phone 43 GRAYDON L. NICHOLS ATTORNEY AT LAW First National Bank Building BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1938 From the Makers of DEIJ XE ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS COCA COLA CONFECTIONERY CHADRON CREAMERY CO. HARRY B. COFFEE AGENCY INSURANCE REAL ESTATE RENTALS 265 Main Street C. W. Keal, Mgr Mary H. Eberly, Cashier MERCHANDISE OF QUALITY Reitz Lenington Hardware Company [ Page one hundred six ' _ PULLMAN FOR GOOD CAFE MEALS 1 i Chad i on Nebraska Winner, South Dakota j 1 1 Every Banking Facility Is Available at THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK LUMBER CEMENT REirZ CRITES, Inc. Phone 7 PAINT COAL i 4 PIERCE CLINIC 346 Main Phones 21 and 110 + +■ YARDLEY— DU BARRY- COSMETICS ENGLE PHARMACY THE PRESCRIPTION STORE PHONE 24 ------ WE DELIVER EASTMAN KODAKS WHITMAN CANDY STUDENTS AND TEACHERS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO " Come In and Browse Around " HENNESSEY ' S BOOK AND GIFT SHOP Westeriv THE eEUABU SERVICE H CoMPA nf KEASONABLE RAYES W . A . POTTS I aundrii and Dr Cleaning [ Page one hundred seven ' LUCKH OIL CO. Sinclair Gas and Oils Corner of 3rcl and King Streets STUDENT HEADQUARTERS Fountain Service - Magazines - Candy Popular Sheet Music - Musical Supplies SUN CONFECTIONERY 7 ' .s- nnv it ' s iierr RENFRO ' S i t ' s here it ' s new RENFRO ' S NEW MODERN READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT L33k Besf-dressed in Renfro ' s Fashions STAR GROCERY S H GREEN STAMPS Phone 9 We Deliver Everything to EAT tor Party or Picnic RAINBOW TEA ROOM GET DATES RESERVED EARLY THIS YEAR Food For All Occasions Prepared, Put Up and Served Phone 45 THE CAMPUS SHOP LUNCHES SANDWICHES ICE CREAM ROOT BEER SCHOOL SUPPLIES + +■- + +■- DR H. W. TANGEMAN CHIROPRACTOR over O ' Banions Dime Store A picture of This College Year. In it we have attempted to retain for you the impressions which characterize the hap- piest years of your life. Preserve these years forever in your ANOKASAN. [Page one hundred eight] MOKRALL ' S RKCRKATIOX PARLOR AND LIQUOR STORE ALWAYS BOOSTING FOR THE COLLEGE BILLIARDS — FINE LIQUORS — SOFT DRINKS — LUNCHES — BEER - - WINES TABLES FOR THE LADIES 4.. . . SERVICE 221 WEST SECOND CHICOINE MOTOR CO SALES PHONE 34 c H A 1) R C) X J O U R N . . AL BETTER PRINTING 1884 1938 ED. V. YAXUKRS. ' ' Your Cleaners " QUALITY DRY CLEANING " Like New When We ' re Thru " 253 Mam St. Phone 89 LOG CABIN GREENHOUSE 1 A GOOD PLACE TO EAT HELEN ' S LUNCH We Appreciate College Patronage F. M. BOOTERY Those Better SHOES Chadron, Nebraska PEPCO MOTOR OIL Give Your Motor A Treat CHADRON REFINERY [ I ' liyc one hundred nine ] SPALDING ' S HARDWARE " The Biggest Little Store in Town " Hardware and Sporting Goods for Every Need ' BEX FliAXKLIX STORE " Your Market of The World " School Supplies, Novelties and Specialties —5c to $1.00 ' ROUDFIT LUMBER CO. LIMHKU :u.(l COAL QiKilifi — Scrx ' icc Chadron Teachers is the college of the Norfhwest. It has ever been the policy of the school to further the cause of education in this section of the state. If you need a judge or referee for any sort of contest just contact us. Greetings to the Students and Faculty of 1938 from THE STYLE SHOP Style Without Extravagance The Mos( Beautiful Ladies ' and Misses ' Ready-to-we; In Western Nebraska Greetings and Best Wishes S. T. HUDSON OIL CO. Two Stations 3rd and Chadron 2nd and Bordeai TEX A ( ' () CERTIFIED SER VICE S TA TIOX FIRESTONE TIRES ■ Tire Repair j Washing and Greasing Polishing 3rd and Bordeaux St. Chadron, Nebr " Let George Do It " I i + + For Befcr Bread BUY LILY WHITE FLOUR at Your Grocers CHADRON FLOUR MILLS COAL and FEED [ Page one hundred ten ] Building An Annual Noteworthy Year Books are the re- sult of careful planning on the part of everyone concerned. The editor, the business manager, and the staflf must have thoroughly in mind just the setting for their compositions and the final ef- fects desired. H The selection of an engraver and printer is therefore of paramount im- portance. Important, not alone for the quality of workmanship involved, but in the help which they may render in securing beauty of layout, design, and typography. II We take great pride in a record of ful- fillment of our obligations as school annual engravers and printers. We are confident that investigation of any of our former contracts will reveal painstaking thoroughness in planning, and unceas- ing devotion to an ideal of craftsmanship. CAPITAL ENGRAVING COMPANY THE CLAFLIN PRINTING COMPANY LINCOLN [ Page one hundred eleven ] if W jl ra -. .f ■ Y NEBRASKA STATE TEACh+E COLLEGE ' ON - ”
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