Nebraska Wesleyan University - Plainsman Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)

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L., , A- - , K-Q qvfvr' :..,,,- - 5. , .. ima .,,, gn " sayin, " ' " H1f.1H:' 'A""LL,sa .. . Q fx I ' ,f 4 f ., ,fx ,uf ,, ., ,il A ff, , :A ff B H Q ,ggi fm A " QW A , . , A , f a ,W ,f jf I,- M F' A K , 1 xg ,- H , ,vi Q35 Zi K ,mg V' ,f .ff ,Nj ,ly-kQ.kV,hc,5go E15 ff' J an Q. ww af f, , - A w 1 M:-2 A WEA QA NAV -, , .X . Q V,ff'M ,Hsin jg-1, Q X-V ,Q - yr ff -mp,-' N.. I 'E . Y D ,Av , 5 -rm r w. , -B Ka x ' 'wa' ,- f f WL iff, z Q iw- 'xg 5, S... ., -- - V P .f ,MF J., 1953 PLAINSMAN Wesleyan University University Place, Nebraska The 1953 PLHINSMHN was pub- lished by the students of Ne- b r a s k a Wesleyan University under the direction oi Brooks Schuelke, Editor, and Lynette Bush, Business Manager. jF YOU can turn The pages of this yearbook and live again your cherished school days, then our pur- pose has been fulfilled. WESLEYAN'S .. Qu fl .ff , 2 X fn -. Em' A 1 M :wr Q K A ,If X A ' ,H iw , E 5? Fa X 1,44 ,E Q.-Q-1,N E., vi ,L i xg, ',:f 1, Hug, Q fs 9 Y sw 153 Q' 5,1 K em 555:22 Egg., ..,.. . -. if-EJ. -W5 'ax A-4 Vai :.:.:.: 5 'i ii :- - " ::i::.1 L - W .4 Q .W 2251- gy Y 5W J X, WT-, A . M, 3 Www ww Il 5 E:?f5f4.f:2:.. :f: s-a-I-1H":E: Jil- Stl' Q , 1 E 1 'Wy 12: W , Y nag film, 1 "if W N 'limni 91' A -ig H sg ,H As- 4 ,M T m?2a9Ez5.'5 - " L L - Q aw K -. .' ,. N? A -1 4 Mmm if -wi 5 -y TM Q " . 'K k 1 'sm P EQ ,. W., 1' mam 4' Wg?-L Q. .Q " Sgiaifgs 'w37Eg'?:fg1Qg '5'5'i5?"5 f QQ-ig, EW -'M mf -x ,w M ,...k N X I :.. . A W ...,. . I K J L 3 'lf 5 if 2 -1 B V A 4 2 .K H ' - :: :.. .: v A H - WX' MN ws , Qin I " :-f. gag s f 0 ' K f .. 2- B EA . A ' KX fs-L 2 A vs as -Q L l gg QE U ....k . .vp - ?P1Sf1 H TABLE OF CONTENTS A DMINISTRATION CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS GREEKS CAMPUS LIFE ATHLETICS -..f 1 3.2-'LA ,Q V . ,I .,gaf:,jH ' ' Q jf ' ' 1 gQ,,?'f, W! I Q ' ff' 'f ' " ff 'J ,gf 2 4 - , 75' if ' ifv , ,. If K I , gf! 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Y. X f'-. W' M U 35 55? -ofv 'Y ,zf ,W A 3.1 ixfwafrv "" -., M A in M WM! jg' If X f as m ma ms ex 9? 'WH H x ' 'ff u ml 'S .Sa W hm. 2 fm A is as X. -. an 5.1- 2.3 ,Q . 5 -v . 4, . ,f xr?" '51 vm Efii M 5513? 4 . KQ "www 1 ii? '. " Lfgnxf-.ikui x x 'nf 'f -N' ,..- Drolckxrlow DR. E. GLENN CHLLEN No man undertakes cz trade he has not learned, even the mecmest: yet everyone t'hinks himself sufficiently qualified for the hardest of cxll trades-that oi government. Socrates DR. E. GLENN CHLLEN, Professor ot Political Science and Sociology, Who has been on the staff since l9l9, is indeed one of our most beloved scholars and teachers. I-le is known :tor his sly sense ot humor, his friendly school spirit, and his Willingness to successfully guide students toward their goals in lite. With pride We dedicate this 1953 edition of the PLHINSMHN to Dr. Callen-may his challenge to us ever ring clear. - H f.nqwi ss Kmsssmsi- gissgynssmi-s4gTQ s"':f:-rf -2- v i i ' ' 3 Eg-P fl 1 if-3 Q s 3 S 3 555 5 5 its Li T15 9 .smwwwws-' 955 Kgs-ss . wgss wsvssmmsssg E -:-1:-:-:-:-:-Mg: ::: . H Q s M W : -is f is-sms---is mm serum mils xx sn 2 mgnssxgg as as T N swiss - Ximian Q new ii ,K H t wt- . W- Ms Miss W - -. B, mei re www es M ....... .7 sas N spy. f s--x--fx NE Q ,sg ts sim ssmgw assi? sssaw s x' mags s 3 ly, y 7. W 'E S Y W . 1 4 1 it is -1 Us A sv ----W M A s me s ma g W 1 : WG '15 W 5 . . '35 QF' - tl . ..:,4.g:,:,g::,5-E -:a: I A Y Iv- -W or M .,,:: ' - t' w s ,fi - - . sz '34 --Y .Zi'jsw. W Q2 is 5 fi E , E . .. gy ,,,. . ,:,, , . . Q - 9 is 15,4 X '- Q ff lb J 59' Cornerstone oi Old Main. This cornerstone was laid sixty-six years ago. Since that time Wesleyan has developed into one of the out- standing Christian institutions in the midwest. Hmong Wesleyan's many achievements are the many new buildings on the campus-the latest being the new physical plant. Hlso, the student enrollment and faculty have increased considerably since those early days when the campus consisted chiefly of "Old Main." New organizations and honoraries have been established -yes, the pioneer spirit ot Wesleyan is going steadily forward and conquering new frontiers. Page! 'm a 35 H n 5 mum Q m nw E 5 mam Bam ms ms ' LAM - - ag aw .saw E mn nw ,nw ms' my W W ms am m i?-ww' E is , ' A V L-,, -.E 5: .-M.. .. . . .W .. , Zlfmmgg Eigffm mis :Juv gig -.555 mx H EW-rm--Eggliif H 5 mah, ,Nl::vi3?,lEg: .W5ym.. mmiw-gi N .A iQ . it :QQ -11,4 ' 'Www , . 1' W if Mf ff?-'f ' N 'QTQQQ f -Y .mf-f , , 5, A . f H ,X-,A I , 'A 7 si Wg .. 4 .few '- 'v M . ..- ' ,e-,, Q .. QQQMQ: -fa . " , ,,4 x jr. LH .sax age ll ww DH. CHRI. C. BRBCY CHHNCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY Dr. Carl Bracy, better know as "Chan", has won the hearts of each of his large family of 650 students. He sees to it that each student gets an education, has some fun doing it, and learns the art of getting along with other students. Ht the close of each day he goes home to his wife and three children Where he relaxes and enjoys two of his favorites, music and poetry. Yes, thatis he, Dr. Carl Bracy, our "Chan", Page I 1 t DEANS Guiding and counseling the students is the jobs of Dean Forrest, Dean Iohnson, and Dean Gass, Dean ot College-knows all the students, interested in each one's Welfareg enjoys golf when school hours are over. Dean of Women--eager to help the girls solve their problems-happy when they be- come successful in the Worldg Dean of Men- represents the fellows at Nebraska Wesleyan. Finds it necessary to offer a "little fatherly advice sometime". Leland H. Forrest Decm of Campus .fr-ff' Ethel M. Iohnson Clinton B. Gass Dean of Women Decm of Men L W-5 2 E nw Nw 1 X.. ,J EH, or t e eetee , 5 -is an tml .Y Q1 My ? M ? 2 ml E V! 3? Et 32: E' S 51 Q1 H . H, is rw W? H W 1 . ,neue vw M-.WU 2 - ' 5 m wt tgc wire . mm, igfzms :fury xi Q :Q A, .mn KL I Q Bw -1 Q N E Q E Fred C. Hess Vicente H. Colon Director ol Public Relations Hssociate Professor Spanish-Director of nw Student Promotion 3. .V 5' MWEQ - ex Ji"Q,,iM- X 4 Aw 39 if :Marg xx Sys Virgil Welch Icnnes E. Bartley Hssistant to the Chancellor Business Manager-Treasurer ' 1: .,.. 32:-:-. 1 ,W e - 15? rfqiggafriiffg l bi , ff 2 is Q H ff if M ,Q ew VSV .xy g ' . 1 K. ,Q . x : Y Z A , .w X i ,A --ig Jfxmwv ara ft ' ummm?-W ' -my Us E Mr. . Oscar Bennett it QQ BW w m Q: FWEH . ,Egg L 'ass s ::4,..w 'Z 2 W yi- E M if nf: s as fp hi K, ., Mamie Corns Economics - 52 ,. L vw :.,1j'g:i. ' L mv 1. y. wb- A. B . W A ,, P .,. ? 3' 2 ff? YM, e. 2 1 . S 1 L we V Eiga- Ethel Booth Clara Brandt Katherine Brown Professor of Voice Professor of English Director of Health Hssistant Professor of Modem Languages FACULTY Glenn Cullen Professor of Political Science 'S+ Nettie Clark Hssociate Professor of Education Vis?-SE ug 55 ,H . A .. I g .. 'lx 'iifgt MA aku? . 29? m B 1.45 ..1. ..l.. "5'S2R:':.:.:.. rs. . A ,ms s , .Q V s I, Q si? W N F Z - ,ffl-fwssfs . of 3.253 f,:1r,mx tw fi Q M .V sssigfs s .S EFYSZQH :'AffQ'?:f H Q Q5 Sam Dahl Roy W. Deal Willis I. Dunn Associate Professor of Professor of Education Professor of Psychology Hssistant Professor o! Sociology Betty Eberhart Head Resident, Iolmson Hall rt pil 'il , Fi f Hike, 4 FW ggi? Q - ,..,A . 3 . .: 2 ,E 1' 5' 12 ,tg Walter Elwell Instructor in Physics Dorothy Furnish Hssistant Professor of Christian Education M ,192 'H 1 'N yr s M asf ': il-he 5 ' 1 E' I lohn Evans Walter R. French Hssociate Professor of English Hssociate Professor ot Physic iq? A 1 g b if g QE: a t 1 ohn Grayson Instructor in Physical Educa tion: Basketball coach 5 'hw Kathryn Green Bernice Halbert Enid Miller Hoffman Mary Holding Instructor in Physical .Bssociate Professor of English Professor of Speech Hssistcmt Professor of Voice Education K 1 A 1 ' j X r ? ' if f 'X i I ei: , Y f V",-Eli. A ' 3' dw H -VJ. r, H. X 95 , .:. - Y - . if y sfe ' 4 ew, 5: ik t r. ' ,F X , , Ei"i'f 'ny K f -E1 f 1 4 IE ' :Q 5 . f-f-Q ' 9 if 5. is X Paq rw, H f7.tQ1.:-Y'-,AH -Fhvlk -- - r r 1 w -ww asm-- Doris Yin Ming Hsu Earl Iohnson Education 1 x 'Tn B' fs'?lm 3355.525 - twat VM ff-swag-5 wait- W X -I E as W , X 1 A ,Sb A Q 4 H T ss Mr M .v - s :,. .-.--- - -- We 5, Q it ss A "'- :.,:, we -M - L 1 r 2, M wifi, xiggv' my 4 my - if nr E 2- iff , Z ff me ,,--1- ,Q 2 .Jess ..' E We-..:-g,ASSL - K Q Y, gig? jj M M '.9E'fms X Q wi ,S XA E M3 ,I EJB W Q Q Q gs f H .X I L is M W M Q lg EK T Z f, Vg -- VL L' M - ,gl Qfiflfl A E if-2 ' ,mgifrif fl 5 W Q? + wg Paul W. Lebar Hssociate Professor of Organ Hssociate Professor of Biology Instructor in Physical Proiessor of Geography Bb w iffif-a.ef'11 -' I MU-Q ,M Hrthell Kelley Iecm Kinnie Instructor in Speech J We Mt if tiffift i K til' gif, g 11515 2. JET? 5 Grace Lentest Hssistcmt Librarian M' " 'Ai 22' : . ri: . . I I X if . , is -ta -V eg if Q ,. Y , . ,, ..z. .. . . , , -we S Q IM M .Zag . I . .. f . ,, . seg -,::,f..,,M, H M W t .g :. . W 71" ,. elsif ,- t if f gggegw: A:. :.:sf .Mr k M Q- J 55 fm M W3 53 f 5 - - ' " - ,V rss I-1:53 1 ,a-1, 1- , -- J Q 2 V ff ' " - .H is-' 1 " -'-2-1a1- E f -- -t in -255: if 9' 5-f E - MP1 1 .. W M ' V-2-I 3 s f 1. ffaiaig - ' FFVFS -Q f , M 3 - :S G . W f .,. 1, X , 4 L-., -S: ,. --fr. ,L ,, '- ,rf W ' W 'Z frog. T , 1 J? ' Q T' ? f Q w 151 if vu l.-7? if 5 T it V all - f fx - N - 1 M " ff A4 va,-I ,, B I if 3 -' - -5. X A ' 4 1 E V A W 55 M, .r . gi ug .-:gg ' " -K "'-'A I E if 5 Z ' B H H Q 3 'V 'L :Q V L' i' " "" ' ' --air 5 W' 'lf' we-Q - fm M M . W Q . 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L ?'3F31W'5' Margaret Lindgren Huber Ludwig Instructor in Piano Professor of Chemistry ge I7 Gladys Lux Hssociate Professor oi Hrt Helen Luschei Registrar flvmy ,Q Ez.. -1 , X Fa N I' 'Vik , , J yiggsa Q , .. 'I , L Vggiwsnu sn T f 1 fr Jfis X ' Xtea et' ' .. If, Y' .B Marie Mangold Bancroft Ianet Marshall Robert Marshall Lewis E. Mattingly Phllsical Education of Women Instructor in Cello Hssistant Professor Band and Director of Religious Life Instrumental Music l ,K , 2 f get f i Q ,Q it A tw is Q: vewlypgzx Iune. Meflefee David Mickey Dlellclfm Hssociate Professor ot History M , Clarence Perisho Voice Hssociate Professor of Psychglggy Mathematics O. W. Miller KMrsJ Elsie Muller Leonard Paulson Hssociate Prolessor oi Hssistant Treasurer Hssociate Professor oi Page ,QV 'PQ-s., aff ,, ,.VfV , ' P N. , Wi J me , , xc X X 4 Q' Y rf' 1f.-- .-.- ,g, ?i,3 Roy Robertson Iohn Rosentrater Marion Sederburg Samuel Shively Director of Hthletics and foot- Professor of Religion and Hssociate Professor in Professor oi Biology ball coach Philosophy Education ' 'vwPf.V , fMrs.l Neill Slack Secretary to the Dean -r Neill Slack Rssistant Professor of Industrial I-lrts M 5 WA Y, , . li , ' lrsggge . 11 ,- 'SILLI X' sf , :if 'wr Pauline Slonecker Ralph B. Smith Marietta Snow Mary Slaughter Hssociate Professor of Piano Superintendent of Buildings Professor of Modern School Nurse and Grounds Languages Page I9 - s ' s'XEf?'E f m ,tie JK is x F we , 'Vi E -2- .FW u 1 1' s!f44.aaw' ' I Marjorie Hnn Stuif Librarian Science o '- me , -X ,M gigg- - X , 3 , '- one T if "'1" 5 M W ...L I, I L 2 3? . M 'ii as is 'f s psr 3 . ' ' F: . 7 .2 Lois York Lois Hamrnel Secretary to Mr. Welch We nge .ky A SEM sn., .M Mr.: Custodians of Nebraska Wesleyan University Front How: Phelps, Martin, Cramer. Bower. Smith. Back Row: Barnes, R. Smith, Chore, Schoonover, Bunting. QNL-at pictured, Anderson and Barnett. Head of Student Union L -a lean Swinbank Dale H. Weeks Leona Williams Instructor in Secretarial Professor of Economics Secretary to the Chancellor ix? 'uw R ' E B W Page W ww, 4., so rv 12 oqd .545 LY X? Y I 1 qqdfb oo e 'bee f efude 4002 12 x ,IQ fiv- "'x: 0 .e . ob fo esx 1 Q1 age 21 exx -vb Q in imx R X f ygggv 'iF:S-2.i- 5. 4 61:52-:-11: 2' A K -,'h.g:.5,'..5Q: i , ' 5 . 1 gg um., Q -, .. f.:-uf g TE " Q34-.11-f53:.t: , rx mv . . ,,,.:,. 2 'Q A. 'Z li ll' Q., 5 vii -cf E' I bi 5 1 if 'X mf X, 'Wx . . ff . L ::. Q A v' T 2 .K Jax 1 . 'L-12:-x 55iw,::f.g.'.:g..5.1j' 3 I .QHWF H 4 Sex 455223S.'g,j1:,-,-535:55-',. ' 2 , J -' - .Q 854.3 g-':.z....g1.g3 -- '-, U 2 , YQ - ' lwivff if --'mal - 9, 2- -,J fx , ,. ,, v'.',- .-1 yhw- , . -' x 0 .1-.f:-:Sigh wx , . '--.,'-.Nw x if -Qi ' af x' '-."?5:-vw. , WJ R n 9- ., 2 - '-ir?-' 'M . - , Af : ' ' .' ' ' f 3 Eff" , . I ,I Miss Booth's English class: Rnd iheh ihe Princess married the Prince and they lived happily ever cxiter. V Mr. Dahl's Education class: Did anybody bring me an apple today? Page 2 I Mr. Ludwicks' Chemistry class: Genius at work-or-explosions in the making! Mr. Mickey's History class: Don't get bored, ihere's a cover girl on the next page. .QEQLQ-:Z V ,, Mage-Sf? may Nfl HWMQ U I ,Q 'iw u E gi " I LL Ai'2'?,q. F Mr. Decxl's Psychology class: Then there is case history 32-v-e-r-Y interesting. 'Li.,.lr ' Mr. Rosentrater Ethics class: Is chlorophyll ethical. heh, heh? Page 2 Mr. LeBar's Music class: Now. lei's ull sing Three Blind Mice. Doc Miller's Speech class: So the big bad wolf went away cmd the three lil' pigs were saved. .' +z'0 Wig, F1135 W N , f V392 K 4 515 ...I A SAU. ,-...-. H, - P1 1 ---'--A ,Aix Mr. Shively's Nature Siudy class: Lei's all watch the Birdie. ,QP ff Mrs. Corn's Typing class: Uh. let's see-Hll good men must go to the uid oi their country. 5: J, I - Page 2 I M,J2W' 'K he a N W H. 'Mm 'W U G vs an-. sm: . KW Kg B sg ww. 1 - W W, sziza i-53? if W 1 F was 'AWFQ Bi' N5 Enkxsk' "v m ' 315m gm if Page 27 ng,-wg g Ox xg iii XQLQAYQQ if! nn wA ffvffw' ,n 0 lu", - , .s...,, -, S a '.' ,Q .aff C011 00118898 Ik je ws I 96' is S "m5,g Of be fob ,rife Q S1 r be 7-I SI dehfk IJ? PSQrs el . 5 E 'sf ,ff H X "" fw- Graduation day at Nebraska Wesleyan University.. Oh. we are the seniors of the town- oi the town J We are the seniors of renown-of TEDOWH Oh. S-E-N-I-O-R-S Oh. we are the class of the best-rch. rch. You, the class of '53, have indeed come a long Way since your freshman days, with your 13 green pigtails and your shirts on backwards. Perhaps on that long awaited May morning as you sat listening to the speaker your thoughts traveled back over your college days-back to football games, pep rallies, the all-night Christmas festivities, and the final cramming before exams. Perhaps your dearest memories are of the firesides you shared with your respective sorority or fraternity --or the cokes you shared in the student union. Suddenly you realize it is over-all of your studying and planningg and now you must set another goal-a goal for the future-for now you are fortified to face the world, fortified with knowledge and understanding. Y Page? age 29 'El' new QWWPSEY, Adams, Lynelle, Madrid Alpha Gamma Delta, Kpresj Stu- dent Senate, Panhellenic Council, Cardinal Key, Phi Gamma Mu, YVho's Who, YWCA, FTA, COGS, ap. Alexander. Shirley Ann, Oakland Willard, lpres.l, Panhellenic Coun- cil, FTA, COGS, Cardinal Key. Anderson, Don. North Plalte Phi Kappa Tau, Band. SENICRS Robert Theodore Becker, Lincoln Crescent, W club, football. Beeney, Bill, Stanton Theta Chi, intra-Murals. ,, , X rf , ..., . J - q e ww- . - . , ' , - 'ff-P 3 - .,1g.,,,,,,.e-Q: ,f v1 VD .3 , hir..-,.,"gg 'K H 5 . ,L 51. 2 15 .,,,,.,. ..,,,.,.,., E A Q.: . -, . ,,. 1 H Q ...Bm . 'Z A 2 f S . V B BK 5 H lt r a, ge E Y r iff. . 'H SQ bill EQ-fQff55ff,EQ,., 3' - 7 mini - - H N i Benedict Barbara Farmer, Lincoln 5 , Z :IQ 3 I .2 Alpha Gamma Delta, WAA, Cardi- W 5-Aga . A '- 4,2 A W ,L . nal Key, intra-Murals, YWCA, Psi gmir n 1 'X "-'-' 's . SH- tg 1 J Ch- rf r ri Paws B rr -, rf ,.,:2, :,' E ' 'M .- -I ' F .. K N33 1- M - H M , , H K 1 351 QI " ' .IWW 1 5 or rr rr rr H S .,, . .1 -,.-.3 r- - .2 2 lfzzrffgf . ' H ' :asm 5 3 l 5? 5 li Z Fl fr ' , . - , L 3 M, is W k f , HE ef W ,L 21 QL ,r G .alft A ,gg 5 :'i"' ii r .2-giizzgifes:,,,l,'52:'i' fi, -5 ggi? 21,5 gli, ii L --fi ' :fy fl i 5? 6 -f 55,52 5,5 -:- Benson, Wayne, Auburn Barbs, YMCA, Kappa Chi, Wesley Fellowship, Plainsmen Players, Blue Key, intra-Murals, Taps. Burroughs. Donna Benton. Lincoln Delta Zeta, FTA lpres.l Boerrigler. Glen. Hickman Barbs, IRC, YMCA, FTA, Intra- Murals. L. -: ,E . " . X 'C F fr- a' rx .,.., . rr Q ,fr .,. H .f ...,. . . A m x :rx Q - 13 . 'E'3 mfmgx E meee me W EEE N e Brown. Gloria. Lincoln Phi Mu, Tau Beta Sigma. ta. wgfeefz.. fini HB nl .. ,ial y 521+ HE-KX vm Brown. William. Lmcoln sf Phi Kap a Tau, Ta s, Wesleyan staff, Plixinsmen Players, Road Show. - wit em Carlson. Llzgd Cozad Theta Chi u Med Theta Nu, IRC Sigma P1 Sigma, Student Senate. een OUTSTHNDING SENIOR Q B 55? ei. E ss.- 5 -riff? 4: HV.. me xi if 1 lin Q z- me vi :gag Aix- we Me Eau f x az-2 ew A 4 MM? ggmtiz. em aefefr. 1:-ixfwsie .QQQEEN Z at-: wee S. me H.. . asli ?x N., is xt- en all e me me me Qiffria M SE Carriker. Wendell. Harvard Theta Chi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Blue Key, W Club, football, ale Cho- H rus, Student Senate, Who's Who. Cobleigh. Beverly. Lincoln A Phi Mu, Parvhellenic Council, COGS, Psi Chi, WAA. Crawiord Pierce. Lincoln Independent. ,mm safe -W g eese. WEQ' ,xgggig 5 5, Q: -I W... Egg? gg.. ,. B we B H --- -- fm 5 , - Q E en.. . H E H KZ .,. F2 fe H H . E -- e 5 . X. 2 - x . . 5 Erie E 'SEQ' g,f een W E if H H H :. H - e H i N 1 '1 H se H eve "g:.. A.-. . gee 232 YE F P3 . TX. ..-.- -3 .-:": 51. . EMI? E We 1 a .- an T , U E AA .,.. .. W, W v we -1 'j.j.' sie as Q lag, H314 .EW H 5 2 - ll . . 2 Q e . H iff P2 ,g.5S'?2S'f ' Ui 5 ff neg? .5 H we W H w M z.. .ff .IT-. e 5 ' it if H ' 22 e if Y '-Q-j -'-' H N H 1 e ' iz - 2 et "M: . ... ll 'S Wm H Q 2 - . H Q Q 5 Q fe. 2 e req, if e S e ge 3 5 5.511 ' me 'gre E 'f gge ee we A- 'S We .Tee L 5152 3 H2 . , ' 5 fe ' 1' K it ,,,, ' 1 e if Q as . - . -'-'-'- M E - , in A f : W - . ,. tx was ? E E Q if 2 M Y . H ,. f - J., H E, H -fi. 5 :'5.5Q :j in.. gfgmff E gt.. ug -K 's X ' Y I1 2 . 1 F . f' S E S Z E 2 H 2 - - v.. -..,.....'f ' 5225.3 533' we f V .,. gy..-.Q A M -e 2 . H Emi if E7 Dissmore. Colette. Sidne Delta Zeta, Opera, FlCA, MSM, Plainsmen Players. Dorsey. Barbara. Lincoln Alpha Gamma Delta, WAA, Intra- Murals, Chapel Choir, YWCA, Chorus. Drake. Leslie. Alvo Student Minister. .X m ge we is new mm Ee we SW Page i Freburg Stanley Waverly Phi Kappa Tau Student Senate. Frye Robert. Windsor, Colorado Theia Chi Phi Gamma Mu, Kappa Chi Blue Key. Funayama. Thelma. Hacku Maui, Hawaii Independent, FTA, IRC, Caravan. Gan-att, Kuihqn Lincoln Delta Zeta, WCA, Cardinal Key Gamma Upsilon, Plainsman Play- ers, Taps. Gulch Don. McGrew Crescent YMCA fpres.J, COGS, Blue Key Pi Kappa Delta, MSM, IRC Blue Key, Nu Med. Godbey. Ruth. Elmwood Delta Zeta, FTA, Cardinal Keg Gov. Board, Editor of Handboo Women's House Council, IRC, Phl Gamma Mu, YWCA, MSM, Who's Who, Phi Kappa Phi. 1 figs Graczk. Dick, Lincoln Independents, YMCA, W Club Cpres-J Graver, Dale, Lincoln Independent, YMCA. Griess, lex-ry, Sutton Barbs, Student Senate, FTA, YMCA, Sigma Pi Sigma, Nebr. Academy of Science. Harris. Guy. O'Neill Phi Kagpa Tau, Opera, Male Cho- rus, I tudent Director, Chapel Choir, Plainsmen Players. Heise, Herman, Eagle Independent, Kappa Chi, Blue Key, Who s Who. Heise, Mary Story. Ealgle Independent, COGS, appa Chi. ii .NN R. Housh, Ice, Brock Barbs, YMCA, Kappa Chi, intra- zggals, COGS, Sigma Chi Sigma, Hulquisl, Dick, Wilcox Theta Chi, Nu Med, Theta Nu, Kappa Kappa Psi, IRC. Hullquist, Wes, David City Crescent, Football, W Club, Wesf leyan Staff. Hunkins, Marilyn. Columbus Delta Zeta, Band, Cardinal Key, Tau Beta Sigma. Student Senate, YWCA, IRC, MSM, COGS, Opera, WAA, Who's Who. Iackman, Phil, North.Platte Phi Kappa Tau, Plainsmen Players, Theta Alpha Phi, Pi Gamma Mu. Blue Key, Debate, Senior Class Orator. Kahl. Neva. Big spun? Alpha Gamma Delta, WCA, FTA, WAA lpresl, Class Secretary and Treasurer. Page A Vilma ,X 'N X , Kang, Paul. Seoul, Korea Q, Independent, IRC Caravan. Q... , . - J sf' . Kimball, Iohn, Havelock Phi Kappa Tau. T Kreps, Buxl. Riverton, Wgoming J Phi Kappa Tau Kpres.l, asketball Track, YMCA, Senior Class Chap' ay lain. 1 X .- "'i ' 1 - J V V K ' " Kuester. Bob. Clarkson nj iff 1 t " ., Theta Chi, Plainsmen Players, Pi ' , ' ' V. , Q55 XT 5 V Gamma Mu. M I gk A 2 ' ' . ' Q .1 . 5: 4'1" K E2 1 , N- in -4 55.52 gh, gengarhpffuth. Paliscgie Th t " ' f i f r , ai smen a ers, ea M' if ,535 P Q7-1 Alxphg Phrn YWCA, Zappa Chi, , ' jj. HQ,-' U Counselor, COGS. fe 1- A A 92 , w.. --' -y . , Link. Sheila, Ravenna L .3 -, , Willard, Opera, Orchestra, Band -' - ,...f y N YWCA, WAA, FTA, Tau Beta Sig- : ' ma, COGS. A A5 Luce Ierry. Scottsbluff Phi Kappa Tau, Kappa Chi, Plains- men Players. Luther Dale, Ottawa, Illinois Phi Kappa Tau, Plainsmen Players, IRC, appa Chi. McCone. Marian, Albion Delta Zeta, IRC, Pi Gamma Mu, Wesley Fellowship, Phi Kappa Phi. McCosh, Ioyce. Gering Delta Zeta, Tau Beta Sigma, Cho- rus, FTA, Plainsmen Players, Panhellenic Council. Magorian. Mary Lou, Lincoln Independent, Annual staff, IRC, Pi Gamma Mu, YWCA. 33 'nlfffllf' Sir' Y' 'ln R Q ' ' bf " ..:I:' ' 'F H45 Q is Q 5 OUTSTHNDING SENIOR 3531 I -X. ,,, .A V erm in mr ,S . 1 Theta Chi, Theta Nu, Nu Med Barbs, Band, Tau Beta Sigma, x r w nf is ri ms AEP mn xiii Oberme er, Paul. Lincoln Theta C i YMCA Kappa Chi Ohs, Dwight. Friend Theta Chi FTA Intra-Murals Pangbom Pcxt Beatrice Independent, Caravan Peters. Marg, Nebraska City Independents, Annual Staii, Plains men Players, Kappa Delta, Tags Cardinal Key, Debate, Psi Ci FTA, YWCA, siudem senate, Gov' Board-House Council Quaiie. Merton. Friend IRC Cpresl, IRC, Independent, Nu Med, Theta Nu, Male Chorus, Band, Opera, IHC Del Roper. Lincoln Barbs, Kappa Chi. mi e an sam 5 x Page Scnmsher Carol Anne Lincoln QA Phx Mu Art Club fpresl FTA. E if .A 3 iz ga ,, fx Alpha Gamma Delta AA Taps YWCA Plamsmen Players U CD 3-7 Q N KD .-v D O D' Q 'U YU .- O D' O -- -1 O D' O w C S4 U' 4 ig Q sw ,J .V W 41, 'iii 1 a-'- K' - f5"7f'K"QQX-lfwrl '-" 4 , -L1 'fxifxfzw xqqv --2: W' r ,A av E 11 U' Q Q o 5 5 cz U fi 5 v-a Q 'o VI 5 . Q fn Sietinc. Arlene. Fairmont Plainsmen Players, Road Show. Siewart. Fran. Sterling Kappa Tau, YMCA Thursion. Bob. Barlow, Florida Barbs, Fooiball. Tucker. William. Norih Platte Independent, Sigma Pi Slgma Turnbull Beverly Lmcoln Wxllard Glee Club Small Groups fi? Tumbull. Iohn, Lmcoln Srescent, W Club, Intra-Murals. Independent. Uhng. Ieanenne. Hemmgford Unverl. Don, Supenor Phi Kappa Tau. OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE Vogelscxng. Tom. Phi Kappa Tau. Wallis. Ruth, Scottsbluif Independent, Cardinal Key, YVVCA, Kappa Chi, Who's Who, House Cciuncil-Gov. Board, MSM, Coun- se OT. 7 Unyert, Erv. Superior Phi Kappa Tau. Lincoln Page 1 Waring. Tom. Stanton Theta Chi fPres.J, Student Senate IPres.l, Senior Class President, Nu Med, Theta Nu, Blue Key, YMCA, W Club, Phi Kappa Phi. Wheeler. William. Lincoln Independent. Wie ext, Wayne. Grand Island Phi iappa Tau, COGS, YMCA. .I l OUTSTHNDING FRESHMHN Witham Bob Lincoln Independent Football Baseball Young. Nancy. Havelock Willard, WAA Plainsrnen Players, Taps, Wesleyan staff YWCA Youngson. Carol. Minden Alpha A Gamma Delta, Band, Tau Eiga Sigma, Cardinal Key, Psi Chi, I1 : -:mms f 'r 1 ii X1 n I I F 9 f- -.-, -. ,.....4,......,,,-.-... Jw M -AM, ,- U, .N mnv.. ...Ww,f.mmumnamk.,m,.nmermx.1. . .1,..xT.,,.L7 ,z 5 f.J.L i3BELi. .fS',S32:..4gf'iW Q vii' . Q1 W..-SM, 'S ,. EW A 1WQ3'7,'i 1 -.3Tfi1J9iM:,!Ig uf " I1 fiiiilfrgff i-Z6 'Z as ' . ' Lf Q, .. M -5. . ,Jin in as . ,. Q- Page 39 ir- rw' wt' Q W 1 14115 ' Qlfift iv J 'tr I.' ma I .- , 'at lffl Baker, Weldon. Lincoln Independent, Kappa Kappa Psi, Plainsrnen Players, Band Berger. Peggy, Gothenburg Alf: a Gamma Delta, IRC, Wesley Felowship, IRC Caravan Bevins. Rex. Cedar Rapids Barbs, Kappa Chi, Student Pastor Allely, Don, Tekamah Phi Kappa Tau, Nu Med, Blue Key, Student Senate, lntra-Fraternity gohmcil, W Club, Track and Foot- a Ammon. Rosina. Bassett Barbs, Kappa Chi, YWCA Anderson. Icmice, Potter Delta Zeta, FTA, Secretary of Hand- book, Publicity Chairman of IRC, Wesley Fellowship, Plainsmen Playe ers, Gamma Upsilon, Cardinal Key Anderson. Ioyce. Beaver Crossing Delta Zeta, Chorus, Girls' Glee, lntra-Murals, Panhellenic Council, Wesley Fellowship, Pep Club, YWCA Anderson. Sidney. Lincoln Independent, Intra-Murals Andrews, Charles. Om-alia Independent, Kappa Chi, YMCA JUNIGRS Beye. Gene. Lincoln Barbs, Kappa Chi, YMCA, IRC, Student Pastor Borders. LeRoy. Mullen Phi Kappa Tau, YMCA Bradden. Barbara. Lincoln Independent, Girls' Glee, RN fig? my ssouew we., OUTSTANDING IUNIOR Brooks. Howard. York Theta Chi, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi Burkhardt. Ianet Kell. Norfolk Willard, Band, Tau Beta Sigma, String Ensemble, Opera Orchestra: Butler. Sallie. Lincoln Phi Mu, YWCA, Intra-Murals Cameron. Bob. Lincoln Independent, Basketball Choy. Cyrus. Honolulu. Hawaii Independent Colley. Ada. Kansas City. Independent, RN 'Patsy Ann Collins. Wood River Baths, FTA, WAA, Inlrcx-Murals all is 1.1!'f"'Wf"x'1',if'-P" lf 1 ,i, -n VT TW' f lzzl I -- F 1 Kansas ' . .:. ff' S ,.., , Crone. Richard. Beatrice Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Pi Sigma Cutler. Ron. Elsie Theta Chi, YMCA, Inira-Murals Deems. Bob. Lincoln Independent, W Club Diberi. Olha. Lincoln Independent, IRC, Nu Med, IRC Caravan Dye. Victor. Rosalie Barbs, YMCA, Kappa Chi, Student Senate, Tap, IRC, Wesleyan Busi- ness Manager, IRC Caravan, Publi- cations Board Ellsworth. Dale. Lincoln Kappa Chi, Barbs, YMCA, men Players Plains- gr- Page Francke, Leslie, Lincoln lndepenrl ent Gerbeling. Lyndell, Nora Alpha Gamma Delta, YWCA Gustafson, Archie, Lincoln Independent, Baseball Ha emeister, Patsy Ruth, Potter Alpixa Gamma Delta, Girls' Glee, Plainsmen Players, IRC, Pi Gamma Mu, Chorus Hagemeister, lo Ann, Potter Delta Zeta, lntra-Murals, WAA Hanson. lean Marie, Oakland Willard, fpres.l Women's House Council, Chapel Choir, Girls' Glee, FTA, Plainsmen Players 'T get , 5-it QE Z E NU? 2: 25-EEZ 'VSA H wr- 1 wwf Wm. ee, . glb- -S emma 55? x.-,mf ,335 wt' 3-'ig '2 gm EI 13 A M1 wee we , .ww - 'grew gn? ,X . .L H ' W Astral? Hedges, Ned, Central City Crescent, YMCA, Wesleyan Staff, V Intra-Murals M -' Hines. Betsey Lu, Lincoln - Independent, Plainsmen Players, Taps, Pi Kappa Delta, Debate, Stu- dent Senate, Annual Staff Iarvis, Iowan, Boulder, Colorado Alpha Gamma Delta, YVVCA, Cho- l'U.S OUTSTHNDING IUNIO x I .,., , -sa,- ,:::ffaa.2Q :-f E ,,'t, T A , LLL Ieaxnbey, Robert, Lincoln Independent, YMCA, Student Sen- ate, Student Pastor Ienkins, Bill, Humboldt Phi Kappa Tau, Kappa Kappa Psi, Band Iohnson, Iamce V., College View Phi Mu, Chapel Choir Ioy, Muriel, Lincoln Delta Zeta, Chapel Choir, Orches- tra, String Ensemble, Pep Club, YWCA K ll . Cled . D la Irfdecggident, EN an uw Keni, Marilyn. Table Rock Phi Mu, Tau Beta Sigma, Band, Plainsmen Players Lelir, Leon. Lincoln Inde endent, W Club, Baskeiball, Baseball Lieurance, Sally Ann, Lincoln Alpha Gamma Delta, YWCA, Kap- pa Chi, Wesley Fellowship, Chapel Choir, Organist, Cardinal Key A' few A 4 Y' , I ,.,,. ., , .. Lighlbod , lim, Nebraska City Theta clli, Basketball, W Club, YMCA, Track Lipe, Duane. Waverly Theta Chi, Male Chorus, Kappa Chl Luginbill. Elizabeth Ann. Humboldt Alpha Gamma Delia, IRC, YWCA if' rr 1 Q Ak V. .A ,rm wi ,l a , . F ir, W, 4 4 K 9551! as ,4 Q W 21: Q K if 4 2 ff 93421 x VY ei 'Q af' e ir J ' Q ' mfg omg ,Q New w N V tl r Y "i" r rrr , M ,il I, r -f ee. A ,,?.fM"-:ip 4 ef,-if ii. 5, - ' . is. Q -w"s'i-' ' ev- 1 X ll 5 ,J ,frfig 'Q f CM -fl , ,gg ' fi af' ' 'X 4 FK: 5 ,Q gy, we li' A' 2 E . QQ - E :rf if ,di Q.. N fm re ,141 2 .5 W' A E I if f- ..., ,,.:.f,.- ,, ae his i f I K r 33'-f Lucke. Rosemary, Lincoln Phi Mu fpres.J, Girls' Glee Club, Pep Club lcheerleaderl, Pcmhel- Ienic Council, Intro-Murals, Cardi- nal Key Luschei, Ioan. Lincoln Alpha Gamma Delta, YWCA, IRC, gilyilent Senate, Wesleyan Staff, Mahlin. Mary Lou. Fremont Inde endent, IRC, YWCA, Govern- ing gourd Mahlman. Charles. Crawford Independent, YMCA, MSM Manning, Rosemaxiy, Central Cily Willard, YWCA, TA Maris, Gordon. Nebraska City Theta Chi, YMCA, Inter-Fraternity Council, W Club, Football, Trac Meneiee, Allen. Diller Independent, Kappa Chi Page Rim mam-f--PK, 'Q 'saab ,x 'W f Q Nelson, Ruih, Oakl-and Delta Zeia, YWCA, Chapel Choir Palmateer, Harriet, Cresion Phi Mu, WAA il 5 fy, 3' Vi 'K ' . ,E K Miles, Wayne, Lincoln Theta Chi, Taps Miller, Doris, Columbus Delta Zeta, IRC, Plainsmen Staff YWCA, Plainsmen Players, Gamma Upsilon Moeller, lim, Valley' Phi Kappa Tau, S1gma Pi Sigma Pi Gamma Mu Inter Fraiernlty Council A 5 ""L Ez- -'Q Montgomery, Lois, Bushnell - 5 , ,gg Barbs, WAA Moore, Scott, Wood River Phi Kappa Tau, Nu Med Marian, Ierry Lee Bassett Crescent, YMCA Nelson, Barbara, Lewellen Tap, Plainsman Players, FTA, WAA Burbs. Pep Club ,X 6 .Sq , if f 09" 2 . Bi En K fe lip, T A, . Q ?5,,,.,f 7 Q -gl ,HOW .1 . mg, f EEE-H' .iff I 'A a ' . ' ' I 3 W W ' . .555 , '- . Qi wg .,.- ,419 K -, 1 Priest, Norman. Harrison Independent, Wesley Fellowship, Male Chorus, Student Senate, YMCA Rainforth, Ierr , Tekamah Phi Kap llau, YMCA, Intra- Murals, Bralketball cmd Track Roberts, Claryce Ann, Dorchester Willard, YWCA, FTA, Cheer Leader Rogers, Rogene. Ord Alpha Gamma Delta, FTA, Beta Sigma, Orchestra Hosenau. Beth, Geneva Delta Zeta, Tau Beta Sigma, Tap, FTA, YWCA, Band Hosenau. Harold, Geneva Theta Chi, Band, YMCA, Kappa Kappa Psi, Sigma Pi Sigma Rouleuu Helen. Phillipsburg, Kans. Independent, RN to ,.. -, S A 1 i 5 Sample, Rex, Denver. Colorado Barbs, Pastoral Council, Pi Kappa Delta, Kappa Chi, Chapel Choir, Schlichtemier, Iim, Scottsbluff Phi Kaipa Tau, Student Senate, Kappa appa Psi, Nu Med, Intra- Murals Schuelke, Brooks, Havelock Independent, YWCA, Editor of An nual, Gamma Upsilon, Student Sen ate, Publications Board Seng, LeRoy, Lincoln Independent, W Club, Intra-Murals Slaughter, Mary Elaine, Havelock Independent, School Nurse, RN Slosson, Sara Lee, Walthill Phi Mu, Student Senate, FTA Stephens. Gentiva. Lincoln Crescent, W Clu , Baseball, Tennis Strait. George. Lincoln Independent Timm, Mona Lee. Eustis Willard, Tau Beta Sigma, Girls' Glee Club, House Council, Govern- ing Board, YWCA, PTA, Plainsmen Players Unvert. Dale. Superior Phi Kappa Tau, YMCA, Nu Med, Golf Team T. Van Nostrand. Marilyn. Benedict Alpha Gamma Delta, Pep Club 5, Walden. Donald. Shelby Crescent M 5 .,:, Westrom. Walter. Lincoln Independent " " ':':" Williams. Dave. Syracuse A nity Council, YMCA, Intra-Murals 'ts I' 1 1 I A ' bb ? 1 , f V 552 K5 1 f1,ffgif g,gs f is Q , New 3 ' ,... z TT' E ml .f i ,.x st s.. -r-"'ws'-t5i.?'f':"I5 I' " " if 'f:f::::i E . fi ggi 9 my X s F if il . v ku-ark! new is N F as r S li 'SF e X 5,53 r L JQQ if 'H 5 " 4 W T . 1 ,WE W. Ek Williams. Stanley. Omaha Phi Kappa Tau, Band, Sigma Pi Sigma Willoughby. Scotty. Lincoln. Independent, Basketball. r Wright. Tom. North Platte Phi Kappa Tau, Band, FTA Zwiefell. Marian. Fairbury Independent Crescent Cpast pres,J, Intra-Frater- OUTSTI-LNDING IUNIOR 1 Pies: 'S ' xx X1 se. f Q N. if Q-te. ., Z I , . 1 I 1, 4 2+ Xi X-fi? 1? A' Q W W X-M, M . . .. W-.,MMM,,MM .5..,,5n MMWWX MW ,M .M... MM ,MM . .,.,M Nsfggfijif, WWMXXW. M . :X if ' 2 Wg:- ,..f2'f'Cfff :Q 5 d x --ei: Ifi5U?pM W M Mg :gag K ..,. .... " iii ' W, 4,r',fMiMW.M4g EEK, M ,ML X fx X X 3:5 '- 3 X -W WLM W X'X 'fi X " 'HH -.01ME :Mi M WLWWQENQJJ W MWXX.X.M,. 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Paul Blooxngren Oxford Lyle Buell Murdock Don Boldebuck Lincoln Marvin Bures Ggneva f .-' . -...- gi! fs F gm ro. v -iff.: ' JL, gi ggffm Z '- Mgfliig, fu f. - S me Q X 1 Q r , X Q -M ew gl! X- f'CSf?arE.?L9s, wifi Marlene Bond ORES Carol Brown Lodgepole Parks Iefan Burger Truman Burton Omaha Cambridge 4 A H Q, 'Rf . , f -W. L 'J 5 '55 3-.Lg ,.,.. A V- A55 L w l OUTSTANDING SOPHOMOHE Willa Io Cramer Chester Murve Evers Dunbar Marvin Deal Lincoln Iohn Fike Beatrice Donna Buselcist Gretna Lynette Bush Lincoln Eustorgio Castro Panama City, Panama Gary Clifford Lincoln Donn Cline Lincoln Iohn Clipson Silver City, Iowa Mary Lou Combs Lincoln Donna Doering Albion Arnold Finlmer Sterling 'fu M-aw -'seq . Q 39 Siilllf V, , 3 A. , .f . :cpl .3 ,N gn.. , r , up Mi ,.,, " lean Domains Rawlins. yo Walt Garner' Lincoln Q 1 E ., rw "' , ld 1 ,ci gm yr' -nav Lois Duer Lincoln Beverly George Lincoln ,ll Q- I X Vernon Elin! Allen Richard Giles Havelock . V Sally Gillham Dean Gilman Daisy Hale Marie Hanson Roy Hanson Iohn Harden Blue Springs Amelia Gering Fremont Clay Center Sidney Homer Harrison Iolm Havlicek Victor Hogginl Paul Homer Mack Hunt Lewis Hunter Lincoln Lincoln Nelxgh Friend Lincoln Superior ' dbx Don Huston Norlh Platte Richard Iennings Lincoln Bob Ieweti Kearney George Iolmson Grand Island Lester Iohnson Madison Ioyce Iohnston Columbus Ron Keeler Wahoo Phyllis Killian Lincoln OUTSTHNDING SENIOR , Ji f 54 ,Y Ra Kirk Hallam Carol Ladine Sidney Gary Lemmon Falls City Iaclc Lewis Chapman Aileen Lawson Syracuse X rr. I I mb 5 , miie: ,-ax -ur l. A gr .4 2 W 3: , W2 in Egsll n ,,,-.m,1 sem- 3 ,S wma- wr, 2 lg W rn , M - .' lf' H, Q 42 5 Q fi-gf " W' aww W M -are W me M 'Ma . vw me .fyiaiaf M W V M Nilsen M :Q we 'Swim x 1 5-egg ,max nm x T, me x '1 r wa Ei w Q 9 :Q 5 me ,Le We fe slew EEE Huff? was me Dick Lewis Moline, Ill. Douglas Lund Allen. x fr u H rr. .4. 5 2 ,N me 1 Tom Kiichen Dallas. 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Nebraska City Lincoln Crawford '.,... K" A . , .. I K li' .ft, -Q . A ' , ' 555 M I V A . -:i y ff: 2 . .. ' ii , f f .ij ' it A' .2 Q - ' 1 :Ig I, ' ' , is . . -2 " ,- 6 '-'-" ,:, ' 0 5' Q 4.252 5 ' . 'A 9 f fi i' K 5112. 2 " 'W' A " V 7 , a i Lak W f L L X 4 .Lg 1 ' ' R W . L 1- rg! '1wQp-v- K ffm K 7, M' .f Q if P V 49 r " . fue t y ,Q ,W- ,w -, 5-up H, 12- E " 'zzz' fx: if ' , -- Y ' .- . :I ' 1 ij? fi c We , Qlwff e 1 M , .,:: 1 ,, ti ,. 1, K Q, - a 3 , Q 5 '- K' eil , ' if x i it r, W, if if if .- 5 L , 2 15+ if . ' IZ' it if gg 2 i ' Q, Ly E lf Egg as I -2 ,gift 1 ,, V ,H - v 1. N4 W fl z lf ' ff X Eg 5 .5 gi 7' ' can Q fm' , ""+.,,,,,,." OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE Frances Shick Elmwood lim Shaw Lincoln Iudy Richards Hubbel Blaine Rieke Burlington, Iowa Aubyn Ritter Tilden Claudia Ritter Parks Maryiean Ritter Creston. Carolyn Roper Lincoln Duane Roper Lincoln Gayle Rosecrans Lincoln C l R dd c?LZI'i,1.Z.d lqyce Ruth Rising City Lenore Sandiort Humboldt Chester Sautter Lincoln Libby Schleiger Lincoln Ernie Shippen Canyonville. Ore. Melvin Schwenk Lincoln Io Smith Riverton. Wyo. Betty Scott Fullerton Hal Smith Auburn Nancy Seng Put Settell Beatrice Humboldt Ieun Anne Smith Leroy Smith Blair Gibbon W -5 5 bf ,353 K au? ,Q M 91 5 ,N I I W - 55, ,Q m . H Qi- m y ga- e In .. A M K W W ,. , M .fr P S , ..,. , ,E ' ' Y Q 5, Carl Spencer Ioan Spencer Ioan Slaniord Vafia Fae Steider Darrell Siodglard Lynch Lincoln Geneva Sluckley Nebraska City Clayton Slruthers Bob Suiler' Beth Tullle Demelrio Ung' Gary Van Boening Lincoln Hallam North Platte Panama, R. of Savana Wallace 1 91 - r - Glenice Velte 'IQ ' I ,. 4 Grant 1 .Q-L . . zz'-, lf" 'Q' iw .1 , . 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Bagby Iean Lynetle Barber Daphne Lee Baron Lincoln Sidney Holdrege Colorado Springs Donna Lou Beavers Irene Mildred Beebe Richard R. Beishline Shirley Ann Bernard Davenport Maywood Grand Island Omaha Roger W. Barry Audrey Ann Bartlett Washington. Kansas Ellis Don Roger Bitterman Arvin Leroy Blakeney Sutton Oaallalcl Q 'B' A . M 1 ' K , i I V ,Q A w.R5:?,h,..i .Q 5 , Alma- gk A . V, .5-,,,4., y A M , k ' M' ""' ' Ii, iw? f l fi dy., .W .. ' arm - . .:,, rr 5 fi' , 2 WE' ., f A V ' - n , ' 'W ff M we . ,ff ' "--V - My I 'R hs- 4 f A 4 I ,L , ff b e 5, - Q sf ,relive rw ry, ' z -w x f gli' ig: V '- 49 K , .,., 3 ' . .rf , , Va , 1 A Q 'E A Y Q 4. if ll M . L 1 -H A 2 'xl Q ff f lv 'T If F OUTSTHNDING SENIOR Gene M. Buckingh Rapid Ciiy. S. D. Marian E. Calvert Pierce Gill Charles Bowmasier Lincoln Wayne F. Brauning Grafton Mary Ioan Brayrnen Lincoln Thelma I. Brelclte Scottsblulf Melvin W. Brinkman Sterling Iames Colfax Brown Lincoln Doris Mae Buchanan Leavenworlh, Kansas William Da Buch Maryville. iansas Tatiana Budovich Carrol Dale Burgason Robert M. Burham Norton, Kansas Siromsburg Lincoln Tom Dale Calvert Ronald A. Calvha Carolyn E. Cameron Friend St. Paul Wahoo Muriel Sandra Bums Lincoln Wellingion Cheung Hong Kong. China it Bonita Lu Builer Lincoln Raymond C. Chung Hong Kong. China R 'S 3. ". W In r a Eugene Russell Clark Mary Eleanor Clarke Stanley Mason Cole Milan Stuart Coleman Gayle Marilyn Collins Diane Cooper Lincoln Auburn Plattsmouth Adams St. Edward Gering Mark William Cordell Elizabeth fBettyl Cox Barbara I. Crawford Robert Emil Cumming Dorothy Ann Curren Ardis Dee Dappen Nebraska City Cedar Rapids Buffalo, Wyoming lincoln Albion Lincoln V 'Q 'S f Q f ff u 3 io' 'fi K ,.,,. R. 'fi ii' gr S5 Robert Neil Dappen Lincoln Loren Lee Davidson Palmyra Alice lane Davis Lincoln Cynthia Ann Davis Pawnee City Imogene Daisy Davis Inman Ioyce Ioan Dawson Exeter David Lynn Dewey Lincoln Mary Io Dunbar Lincoln OUTSTBNDING SENIOR Frank Edwards Cushing Gloria Emry Allan. Cliff Foster Benedict Gary Lee Freeman if 5 ' t m , ww , zv A ,I 1.. 42, 5 Q Robert W. Eliason Wahoo N' I. E Mfr. ee 'mf Beverly Ellis Scottsbluff Thomas Fisher Marion. Ind. Iohn Elswiclr Seattle, Wash. Marguerite Forney Brule J Bethel K. Frandsen ' . sz. Paul is -will? ' Y' fini. Paul Foster Garland Charles E. Friederich David Fritz Nickerson Seward Adams! Paul Georgeson Tom Godbey William I. Goodman Tekamah Elmwood Tekamah W F if Om ,Ik x 'lvl fi V A K f l 5 lin -' 1 ,jr J, X y, . iw. ' . rg X - V 4:5 ' A , gy 1 51972 , A ,Q Y , If ffbfl' , , 1 if 1 A i ' 435362411 Mary Ann Francisco 1 gs F Omaha Cliarlaine D. Fry Hershey Vernon Grady Greenwood Ianet N. 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Hansen Richard Neal Hansen , St. Paul Lincoln A ri' v ag f Q Phyllis Ioan Hartley Shirloylnnllaupt Lincoln Lincoln Madelyn Hilgenfeld Sheralee F. Hill Dawson Poll: Harold C. Holland Filley Erma Ruth Homer Edgar H. Hellman Exeter Windson. Colo. A Z znn nr.. it 'F 1 ' :5:q- - .... : ' , - Y ' ff ' si M ...age f 2 :. ..sE.:E:1- 5: : , .. .ll 1 ,.,.. R - fc an gg 1:3 XLS'-5,-iii? QQ .J-Q L :A M7533 +1 if Q-j.:Q+fj-Q' Q, 25 iw U' f my ----,.tf-2.1-2--,115 Wwfm , age 59 Wa e F. Halle! Litchxiield Robert Duane Harder Albion Donna Rae Hershner Lincoln William Iohn Ir. Hill Helen E. Hirschfeld Lydia C. Hirschfeld Hebron Benedict Waco Kenneth N. Howard Mary Anne Hrubesky Mm-ian L, Humphggy Gering Geneva Guwyg ,X ig, C if s 5, ., W. 'F' we-.Q 'i B 2 9+ ,ff xr-,i.' , 3 . .ziiz ,M : :. , .. . ff' 'ww W . .:.: av. Q X M 3- V rf ,Y :gf MW , F- t -mms If ii-X, Z . A fy' , . x li W 33 B W OUTSTANDING SENIOR Ronald Gene Ioekel Lewiston Darrell Lee Keel: Creighlon xi B 4 x wx Leon E. Hutchens Geneva: Roger H. Hutchings Allen g:::ZdClaire lmig Richard L. Iackman Grant Darwin lack Iacobs Si. Paul gcgciueline Ian-nes Vera Louise Ianlce Lincoln Ieanice Carol Iepson Wolbaoh Carol B. lol-Anson Nancy D. Iohnson Waverly Bloomfield Lincoln H-ay Eugene Keeler Donald Ralph Keller Wahoo Harvard Clarence Kessler Lincoln .3 r ..1-:N . . W E E L Q ,I 4- .,. . 1 3 4 'H :mc mn ----wi 1. ,:s: ., . , .. .gg .:: ,. : ...sv xv Z L E X K r K -,,:,- gy... .git . Y ., . . K gig? wx n 1 5 2 ' K ss .A K xl Q , is 'ax FP Ja uf E v X X ZX . fi K V I 2 A LL Y? -4 P ., ,,., -.. - .X ff. ---- 1 " ? Q Q .-- E az- - - W .- gy M , H H Z 1 Q Q,-5: , ... k ,Q -: us 2 sy :li me Yxggyimgg . K . , 1 M i. .wx ,fy Q.. gy 'wnwag miisnz.. -' w L N E W e K E Q . .... 5 ,. iff? 1 lu . ' EVE L I . .. ' - 'BF ' Q. ' E W Q -' '-QE .. ', , w m E W - f Q , Ig if T Iii l -.: 'W Q H 4 ... W , .. 5 f-' E H! 5 5 F. Q .'EEi e ....e . f ' 2: .g. x' H. -if K ., N -1 -:: 4 , ., 5.51 4 X45i1 ragga sa 3. F e E Q Y. 'v ...... A 1' is S' Wayne Louis Iordan F rank Iohn Iurica Lincoln Charles Duane King Tekamah fm.--uf., f- A . .Bibb L ' 33?-?"!? 5:6232 ,. ... f H 'iull' 1 ' ii: - . Clifford Earl Kahl Big Springs Dale Thomas King Omaha . H if 'Q-2 1 .Q 1' v ff 1 S 3: v B 'Aw -. 2 " was .. Qiljiw? i 3f'3'55fiv..r gig .. - .f . .V , -' -- r .e w Qwvge H is 47 it it ff Si 4 Xi 3 ku A 2 Z 1 X if 1 X K xi Y 'S ,in I P' . L 14 1 . . , 2 K M ... Q , Q- -N 1 Q . 1' W 3 H .ff - - M K Xp -:ua -I-1:. "" 5,-W f J 4 S . if 1 'fe - -J 1 Q 3 -i-my .--Liga WM . if QI 22245: .M .4 ...x M 'FS Egfr X555 ...,. aging Q. E El 2 Mmm V- .vi Mm, . l H W.. . 2 . X. , 2 om li ? 'FA RX" Gene Elvin Krause Dorothy Ann Kunkel Charles B. Ladely lol-m B. Lamphero Shxclzley Weeping Water Gordon Lincoln Robert Irving Lannin Alice Mae Lanz Donald Iames Larkin Iohn Ierome Lauer Murdock Bassett Buffalo, Wyo. Lincoln 1,5 l X- Bernard Lee .Sch Hong Kong. China . - 535 , W Rita Dolores Lelu M ' 1 Lincoln 3 im l 5 .4 4. vw w 3 V. di' .. 1 V l J .mg .f 40 ' X - f- .-:gif 1 . 'f +- . fi. Wuxi -' -i -- 52 Mcmon McClelland Norfolk ---' .Xi - 15: , ' M sis. K H !hL Rgyinguciwongacre Shirley I. Luclce Lincoln Sarah Luehr Lincoln Ronald Iames Lys! Moline. Illinois Russell Clark Lang Craig Io A. Laulenschlager Carleion L D Lann' wl'.K3..E"' m Carole Beth Leafgren Beatrice OUTSTANDING SENIOR Marvin Lelioy Macy Beatrice Clark Alan Merriti Lincoln Ioyce Miller Yutan Shirley Claire Magill Herman l.aVeme E. Meyers Wahoo Loyal Eldon Miller Eagle Bend Marilyn Mae Misner Barbara lean Morris Iames Wesley Moyer Henderson I-'airbury North Plaite Mar'orie Sue Ne-'son lack Eugene Nispel Ruby I-'aye Nixon Crala Orchard Ogallala McCool Iunction Faye Marie Martens Chappell Ianet Rae Miller Chappell lanet Sue Miner Verdon Dorcas E. Marshall Omaha Donna Ie-an Miller Lincoln William H. Minchow Lv K' Waverly W " Lyle Mueller Iacqueline Myers Ion Ronald Nelson Seward Lincoln Holdrege Karen Ramona Norton Brenton Richard Ogle Elaine Agnete Olsen Columbus Omaha Wausa , , 1 . iei' Re H 1- X ' 43' E 'X 061 ii le' Pag lean Eileen Olson Wahoo Iohn Thornton Park Central City Edwin Stalone Peters Nebraska City Phyllis Ann Plott Kimball Glen A. Heed Waverly Robert Emery Pont Lincoln Darwin B. Reynolds Abilene, Kami. Edith Marie Palmer Diller Miner Thomas Perkins Omaha Idonna Louise Pieper enum: r. Olsuika' Iolm I-allow Osborne Lincoln Farwell Superior Merry S. Patterson Norman Paulsen Norfolk Lincoln Virginia Lois Peters Doretta lean Peterson Yutan Fremont Eugene Donald Potter Kenneth Dean Powell Darold Carl Priesner lanet lean Reddish Hemingiord Ogallala Lincoln Ronald D. Ricketts Leslie Dwight Rivers Arthur I.. Robertson Parks Seward Hg,-vm-d Seward Morris L. Richards Osceolo .. 5 X3 .wr W X M f e63 OUTSTHNDING SENIOR Barbara Ann Shigley Elinor Elaine Smith Hal Lelloy Smith Morrill Ulysses Auburn Neil Leslie Slain Ronald Gene Sieinlre Irma Faye Slickney Lincoln Cedar Rapids Waverly Vernon Coe Hockey Ewing ASEE. as 'gge N M H Norma lean Roll: Denver. Colo. Ladene Marie Roiher Wolbach Io Ann A. Saaihoi! Sierling Don Schlichtemier Scoitsbluff D th 1 Sh sgfflmiiufgnne mp Iaan Kathryn Speidel Vemoal Doris Spillcer Lincoln Pickrell Carolyn Grace Stock Louise Stone Murdock Sullivan. Mo. . J. .' ' Q94 , . , .E il jug EL " 4 5 Liz f 'Q " . , ...1 , . 5 -. 5 -,.2f-fi Q- Maw - Q fig? 1 5 of Charles Lee Spohr Pawneo Cily Robert Dean Stone Harvard Eb is Gm ' W .4519 ., if - Z - n w 4 :5 -f I 5 A ' ,' l ' 4555 ' 4 V 4:54, , V -- ' 9 n if o f . y W If '- Z" Qfxfz- 2 :fi M af S' ' 'I 1' fl " rf' - - "VF-1 T 9 '37 in ' 9? 'Q-1 -- H 1 lf f. . 'P Y fi. -Y lx 1525? " A' ' '3'fi2l5'5i5f5 lui ,, if ,-MEM if Page N , W Z 35-1255 ' -Q, E5 32:55 '. 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Tietion Louisville Riverton Alan Thober Beatnce Carole Ann Timm Eusiia H SHY FRESHMHN f 5' Kimball Lynn Eugene Vermeer Sterling Marilyn Ruth Wagner Hartinglon Ioyce Lee Weslerhofi Seward Ch lt! .W c.1'E.'2f.Zl 'gm X he ,f Belly Ann Wesiarhoif Seward Everett Dale Wilkins McCook Bonnie Jean Volzke Iames I.. W-adlow Havelock Barbara Ann Walker Rodriclr Washington Milford Omaha Robert Boyd Wicker! Rachel Marie Widman - Bellevue Wood River Shirley M. Wilkinson Susan C. Willrinlon Donna Io Wilson Merlin 0. Wiltiang Barbara A. Winfield Blair Blair Albion Lincoln Lincoln Terrence C. Wright Roberl Dean Yanike Mariorie Sue Young Lois Ardells Zauqq Barbara I. Ziggaioos Waverly Maryville. Mo. Alliance Yulan Grand Island P Page Kenneth Allen lack Armagost Elsie David City Lois Chrislensen Mariorio Gales Roseland Lincoln "Pug" Hoffman H Dogmaiic Siudeni Lincoln gyda! In F L :., 75 , 1 g H , K fm-f f as ,Q A Ji 3'5" . I . , A il H5 1. 1 -W . .. N 2'-rf, E s " if 1. 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Collins, Colorado Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Teruake Komatsu Adelaide Macky Ian-ies Mercer Iohn Minerl Robert Miller Arlene Olderog Ierry Pennm Tokyo, Iapan Ansley Lmcoln Hooper Denver, Colorado Gretna Lincoln Wai , ' A ' Q Q x f. :EL W' , ,, I 5 l . ,, , , .. . " as + V 4. J' 'wa 5 2 ,, ., 4 V ' ' Q U 4 1 f , Y 'sf . ..:. f M , - 1. ,AE TE. fi i ' l . , tr "rf 5 ' , .. , s . r as . . .i --.- ,I :,,:,.,,.: -,W32 fy U. N , K g be " ry 'L' Ji -Y " 7 " " ' ' in ,, ' ' F Dale Richards Grafton Randall Smith Richard Stems Algha Stott: Lavera Urwiler Eva Whitehead Auburn Raymond hermopolis, Wyoming Laurel Holdrege Tweety bird. ,.,, .A ,.,.. ,,..,., ,Q f f I ,7 .La ri- ' n v W V 1 G. vu 4 G5-L u Ag , Q P ' Riff fi fi ' ,G X S ln W' ,rl -fu '3 ---- 9 key 2 ,, ,. 5 'Lag 5 2 .sf , I I fa 1 f W . ,ie 2 5 Q 5 sg er ' , 1' 'u- Rf I S tl Q, ie? -.'.. . V' F' ' if Q. 1 Q , y:,,. 5 .lg ,.. Oh-those bones. those bones. those dry bones. I thought I saw a putty cat Ni age 69 we .,.., -3. . E? X 1 Y X 'fed ....,..... X Q.. , ,. mm if- f 'M '+ Q 'W X KZ, v, 5: e 1 i A I A R77 ,I B Q A Q' 2 .... .Ne 4. W .:.,Q.,,E i . .,.,. , . M M , , LJ S 5 Wight M 1 : ' a z'fe':, ' Q-1, F A 1 2.,i-rg., K ' 5 "9" ll 'Ri X? , . Q ' is Q , 5 'if an r f f t Sq ,W 3 if X G NEB? ig B52 43x it t K . Q M Q W W Hi Donna Bartels Barbara Bates Glenna Benedict Wally Bley Marlene Blum Marietta Noel Ieanne Hnnette Davis Shirley Fredstrom Delphine Iewell Bredthauer Churchill NURSES Barbara Iohnson Marylin McCauleyDonna Madron lean Ogden Shirley Sanders Ida Faith Virginia Sharrar Beverly Shaw Patricia Wagner Ruth Young Schwench 1 'iw FQ- 1 X I x ww 1935271 F Q wg, xx s n 125' 'S K ,V 'RQUND THE CAMPUS wwf!! , ' , ,, 4 Nm 355 L pi H Q j . X. V , ,K tm, '21, 1 ffl' 'L KX E f: ,U K 515 ff lv. ggi? "'N 2 - ' 11-1 , 1, gf . - '- I 'L X :pg ' - I -ggi:-iv' f. A: , J. ,Q 'N N , . pc R 'V . 3 pf' l V. ssh. : 4.-:-1. W,-jlflf' fx Y wxf,M'5f1. -Xxi 3 v , ' 1,,.w A fW"" away!-12"' X EEZ WUHW ' M ' , Q" K -YF:-,4 V - Rv'-'ggkkw if WW-M ' " IM , ff " WM"-M-. W A -N if I J v 7 SGW - .JK X 2 i E 1 I x X X e f g Q t if Q X, f f 1 ,Ms 4: w..,.,,,,s""'fJ,, , ' wi ww . Nw? 4, 1 x I ' X 13 6 " gg" WE"-W W was NF ,kk ,, ff- Q ANWFT- '- RM Q 1" wXvgiq2'3w3Nwgw A wM h V,:j.j1N ' sig ,Q W 'L XVNX ., 5 WT f y . wx ww. ' V x, -3' ,M "-'fax N 'M , .-Q ' ' ' 3' " wiv Z2 - H 4 ' lf 1' .1"f'w E ii 94 ' f ,grips i Q , , A , 1'M,9f"g.!w-'Qf jhfiff fbmb . 1 ff 1 'V -. ' nggaw , , 7-'Ti X " 'glgx ' 2, ' V " 'W N ' W -3, 1 M Q.. JM 'ia ul.- Www nw Pkw mi" E ' gh gf.kqff- vs riff We To soo!! 'fl ' 0111 abd Jgbfier sf P131 Po go I obs d Oz, be 0175. -'11, I , Q Q bbq? blljlfefsbfl we 093, 9 QI' be Inq? Theta Nu Honorary N1 f W xg A fi ' , A -I 5 L .es--M .. ul 4 , X 25 ' Q ,f Q Y. 2.4. 0 .-,.,...1::-.. -I P :R aiff'fl3Q' ' ' . X E?a'lQIff' 1: f ' 5 sf- 'Q 3 .3 rg, 1152 "3 Ii:5E:'- ' ' ' X yr' V? Z.: .,.. ,i Q A , W ggg gsm ,Ei H WA L 1 mam W EN . -'NL f gl-'jg Q Wa-.af ,. - ' Q ' .,, :-. A-, .. EV -K, ' 'E J i, . b ,F .,.,.,. jj V 1 Q 2 3:3 W xg W 1 lx W i K -:E g I 2 gi, if- u 4 wg -av 5 I f lv' K.,-x xy, f' - 7 f A I .X A ,X Y . ' , ' .:. ' W 9.5 M: 34: sf LQ . - - H -- 1 s Y W Q g 1 . SENIOR HALL OF FAME 4-Q, www: ' 5 Q? .N ignxr 5' , Ig: 3"-FH -f'NM"'5 QT? M. Hunkins, I.. Hdams, R. Godbey. R. Wallis, T. Waring, H. Heise, W. Ccxrriker Knot pictured-Bob Fryl. WHO'S WHO Hctivities of Marilyn Hunldns: Columbus Delta Zeta, Band, Cardinal Key, Tau Beta Sigma, Student Senate, YWCH, IBC, MSM, COGS, Opera, WHQ, Who's Who. Hctivities ol Lynell Hdams: Madrid Pllpha Gamma Delta, Cpresl Student Sen- ate, Panhellenic Council, Cardinal Key, Chi Gamma Mu, Who's Who, Chorus, Glee Club, IRC, YWCH, PTH, COGS, THP. Hctivities of Ruth Godbey: Elmwood Delta Zeta, PTH, Cardinal Key, Gov. Board, Woman's House Council, Editor of Handbook, Pi Gamma Mu, YWCH, MSM, Who's Who, Phi Kappa Phi. Hctivities of Ruth Wallis: Scottsbluff Independent, Cardinal Key, YWCH, Kappa Chi, Who's Who, House Council, Gov. Board, Wesley Fellowship, Counselor. I-lctivities oi Tom Waring: Stanton Theta Chi Kpres.D, Student Senate Cpresj, Senior Class President, Nu Med, Theta Nu, Blue Key, YMCH, W Club, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Gamma Mu. Hctivities of Herman Heise: Eagle Independent, COGS, Kappa Chi, Psi Chi, Blue Key. Hctivities of Wendell Carriker: Harvard Theta Chi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Blue Key, W Club, Football, Male Chorus, Student Senate, Who's Who. Hctivities ol Bob Frye: Windsor, Colorado Theta Chi, Pi Gamma Mu, Kappa Chi, Blue Key, YMCH, Who's Who, Phi Kappa Phi. x it A ia ,-C 1 Q-a - 1 it-1 1 n W x . 2 .M. E y. E sein fgx gm'-iuzsjw sir fl realms .:..Mx.as Q 5 me? Page72 Fran! Row-lei! to right: A. Sistine. B. Nelson. B. Hines. N. Young. Iv. Smith. L. Adams. R. Lenhart, M. P t . BZ:l:sRow-left to righl:W. Brown. P. Jackman. V. Dye. W. Benson. "ROMEO, ROMEO, WHEREFOR HRT THOU ROMEO"-Experienced in the more technical aspects of dramatics are these fellow members of Theta Fllpha Phi, national honorary dramatic fraternity installed at Wesleyari in 1923. Together with the Plainsman Players, four major productions are pre- sented each year. .PM- , 1 ' ' P ' 1. - I -rl. . K . , '-' as ' 1. t Af. , P A,., f .V::,. . . g V., , .,..,.. Z " Q Seated: Miss Kinny. T. Brekke. C. Rudd. A. Lawson. Standing: E. Allison. C. Norah. B. Hines. M. Peters, 'M. Schwonk. G. Lemon. fNo! pictured: Don Gutch and Rex Sumplml PI KAPPA DELTA So you like to argue? Learn to do it effectively and you'll find yourself in the middle of inter-collegiate debate and oratory. In addition you'll find yourself a member of Pi aKppa Delta, Wesleyan's own high ranking national forensic fra- ternity. ge 73 GAMMA UPSILCN Ki f 9 1? ,M his V. ..l , 45, K gas: , my Y , - 2, " r r 'i 6 . L Qifil-,elmgj Q' 'R Q ' QSESA f 5 S Y 1. .....E... :. L , f i g. .r A V ' "" or H. TV, , it l V miie. 'C Eg g pi? 1 5 L if V. Dye. I. Anderson. D. Miller. B. Schuelke. B. Brown. I.. Bush. fNoi pictured-D. Cline, K. Garret. D. Marlin. M. Miller. Sponsor: Mr. Heal., This is the second year for the newly organized Nebraska Hlpha chapter of Gamma Upsilon-co-staff honortory to stimulate students in the field of journalism--whether an Editor or a "Cub" reporter- students are eligible for membership in this organization if they have 'shown the ability to successfully carry out the many pressing duties involved in either newspaper or annual Work. Page x fi x f VA 335 Q 9 512.1 5 ,MA Y M , l 1 r. f-fe' 05- . ., a J., wdg . me fs" 'fQ'k'1Q+3f'VlWf .f ':2f. 2 W 23:5 i ul A L 7, s.6'L:ig-Aw Sealed: B. Ienninqs--Standing: D. Hullquisl. I. Schlichlemier, D. Houston, H. Brooks, H. Holenau. M. Bm-ugh, qgd B, Abker, KAPPA KAPPA PSI Pill the "Tommy Dorseys, Gene Krupas, Guy Lornbardos, and Harry Iamesesu of the Wesleyan band belong to Kappa Kappa Psi. Each year outstanding bandsmen, who have shown leadership, high scholastic standing, and technical achievements are elected to the national band fraternity. TAU BETA SIGMA Equally talented sisters of Kappa Kappa Psi belong to Tau Beta Sigma. The national honorary band sorority stimulates leadership in the field of band music and honors deserv- ing band women. Sealed-lofi to right: C. Youngson. M. Norris, M. Hunkinl. I. Burkhcrdt. S. Link and B. Bosenuu K af if ZWWW so gb., grip-Q. , . gig fi if SIGMA PI SIGMA Front How: I., Carlson. I. Griess. Mr. French. V. Mclrquardi. Back Row: C. Suuher. D. Crane. E. Unveri. W. Curriker, B. Anspaugh. Wizards in electricity, radio, and mechanics aspire to at- tain membership in Sigma Pi Sigma. This national honorary physics fraternity encourages and rewards outstanding schol- arship in the physical sciences. Page ge 77 Seated: S. Alexander, B. Farmer. R. Wallis. M. Hunkins. I. Anderson. M. Peters. Standing: L. Lieurance. K. Gan-et. C. Youngaon. R. Lucke. N. Kuhl, L. Adams. R. Godbey. CARDINAL KEY No this is not a group of Women judges- but the lucky girls who belong to Cardinal Key. They are selected for high scholarship, integrity and character. They wear their dis- tinguished robes twice a year When they tap BLUE KEY Similar to Cardinal Key is Blue Key Who sponsors the Big Snob-Old Grouch dance and gives a helping hand with the May Petey they are also selected for scholarship and character -strictly BMOC fBig Men On Carnpusi. new members into their organization. E 'Q yqzggrisg A J ' ,Q-,i,"'i X, . 3, l Q, V X, ' ,Q Q M, A How l-W. Benson. D. Allely. S. Moore. W. Curriker. Row 2-H. Heise. T. Waring. B. Kuesler. P. lackman. Mr. Mickey. Pl GAMMA MU Roy IAM. Magorian, I. Luschei, I.. Adams. P. Hagemiester. R. Godbey. D. Miller. M, McCone, R. Lucke. Row 2-E. Lugenbill. Miss Coms, Dr. Callan. B. Kuesier. Dr. Deal, M. Hunkins. I. Burkhardi. Row 3-Mr. Weeks, I. Mohler. Mr. Mickey. Mr. Slack. N. Priest, Dr. Hosenlnztex. P. Iackmcm. T. Waring. CNN pictured-Mr. BurileyJ Only the "brains" in the social sciences may belong to Pi Gamma Mu. This honorary society strives to encourage high scholarship and inspire social service. The faculty choose members from these students who have had 20 hours or more of social sciences with an honor point average of at least 2.167 and Who have conducted themselves in a manner conducive to the purposes of the organization. Page W NU MED CALLING DR. HINKLE-CALLING DR. HINKLE Row l-R. Hersner. I.. Fomey. I. Dawson. M. Hrubesky. I. Olson. K. Norton. B. Winfield. C. Ladine. V.- L' . E. P lm . D. C . Rx:w?vn2-F. cSle?1:urt. Vllrlslzrquurdl. T. Wallace, T. Calvert, D. Williams. H. Smith. D. Hulquisi, W. Waring. B. Suiter. M. Quaife. S. Moore. D. Allely. L. Smith. I. Schlichlemier. L. Carlson. Dr. Shively. "Doctors, dentists, med-techs, nurses-we'll all rid you of future curses." Nu Med society is an organization having for its purpose the promotion of interest in the medical professions. The top ranking members of Nu Med are eligible for Theta Nu-the local chapter at the University ot Nebraska elects about four Wesleyan premedical students annually. fi' 5 it is A A 6 Q Tits :mx How l-B. Xuesler. V. Marquardl. I.. Adams. M. Mngoricm. Row 2-P. Iuckman. M. McCone. M. Hunlcins. R. Goclbey. Row 9-T. Waring. Miss Lenlesi. Miss Coms. Miss Snow. Row 4-Dean Gas, Mr. Micke . Dr. Rosenirafer. Dr. Deal. lNot pictured-Miss Lux. Mr. french, Mr. Bartley. Dr. Cullen. Miss Booth. Miss Sloneckenj QUIZ KIDS Promoting democracy among all branches of learning by giving equal' recognition to the classicist, the artist, and the scientist is Phi Kappa Phi-to be elected to this organization is one of the highest honors that can come to any student. Membership is limited to the upper 10 per cent of the senior class. SO YOU WANNA BE PSYCHOANALYZED Learning what makes the human being "tick" is this group ot Psi Chi students who study the emotions and reactions of both normal and abnormal people. Membership is limited to 12 or more hours of psychology with an average of 2.9-mem- bers must also be in the upper half of their class. Seated: Dr. Deal, M. Heise. S. Alexander. B. Benedict. B. Cobleigh. M. Peters. M. Hunkins. G. Brown. B. Wheeler. Standing: N. Kuhl. C. Youngson, B. Malick. D. Roper. D. Allely. H. Heise. P. Iackmcm. I. Lightbocly, B. Dorsey. D. Miller, S. Slosson, T. Funuyax-na. . .lm 3 .- . I '?S -ii... . ,m.lE as l is if Gm as ,., W w, an v K 1 ss ma :ns ss -mega NX' n ss as W A S , 'A fx: E AQHAQ' mgwu A W KYLE 'Y-494 -,7 . R J ,, xvlfmfvil Q4 ss 1, ww 7' . o ,061 '911 Of ds Geo, We Dr . 01 G' ghd 1699158 F069 fb 'P C0 el de -17,118 'hpqhp lou' Qr ol ollqd ' QQ d Q05 Wssj 9 49,019 erqq 0. aw fs-ww 4 ,N 1 wf ss,-m Wg' ax SW f F cur if '-nwmk suv' THE GREEN BOYS TH Wayne Brown. Hrlene Stetincx. Lew hurt. Gary Wilise. Carolyn Rudd. E PLAINSMAN ROAD E , COMPANY is Hunter, Erin Murphy. Curl Spe 'SQ' 9 .OO Seated: C. Rudd. C. Weutherhogg, I. McCosh, R. Lucke. I. Anderson. Standing: L. Bush, S. Link. S. Alexander. Miss Iohnson. I. Oestmcmn. B. Finecy, L. Adams. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The Panhellenic Council promotes friend- ship and co-operation among the various sororities on the campus. They are the proof that no barriers exist between organizations on Wesleyan's campus. The Council sponsors one of the biggest events during the year-The Panhellenic Ball at Christmas time-Where they have the opportunity to show what they stand for. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Besides promoting a friendly atmosphere among the frats on the campus the lnterfrat Council has other important duties. They es- tablish the regulations regarding rushing, membership eligibility, pledging, scholastic averages, and social functions. They also sponsor the Big-Snob-Old-Grouch dance in the spring, together with the Panhellenic Council. G. Maris, D. Allely, D. Willimns. A. Panicucci. D. Gulch, I. Mohler. WESLEY FELLCWSHIP x e is - s.,...1 'Q "f Q5 N " ,Q was t' ' I - ts' fetwf' rss. MMR f Standing: R. Rosezmu and D. Luther ,. '15 Biggs Sims ,. 'SSS'- -13sf..2. ,s me was ws sg - M saga sl W Qsrsggggitf Eswgsgl M - me Sig wi " N f HM.:-. Wwe, gp! .fsiswi Eggs ig? .M L-WE ,sw Aa N 5'jssT"?., sit Vg H5458 WEL.. 1 or at 1-grsisrwggammgrss at EQ? sis W ,iss ,,W,F,f,ssi:q,ta.sEf?'.:z 5? hw M-W A sv Seated: I. Lindsh-om. G. Raymond. B. Luton. B. Frcmdsen, D. Curran. D. Wilson. K. Green. D. Paterson. S. Haupt. S. Hill. N. Marlmcm. I.. Aliiche. C. Tielien. Wesley Fellowship attempts to meet the needs of students for continuing an interest in the youth activities of the church. This organization Works through First Methodist Church emphasizing friendship and fellowship by a program of Worship, recreation, and good Will. Pifter the service the group is served a delicious meal and occasionally they have a "good ole-fashioned pancake feed." Page W. i Standing: D. Kunkel and R. Wallis. Seated: V. Livers. R. Godbey. Miss Iohnson. M. Mahlin, A. Nisley, P. Collins. E. Kronduck, M. Timm, and M. Hansen. GOV. BOARD Guilty or not guilty? Col breaking the track record to get inside the door before the key turned in the lockl. First the Verdict, then the sentence, Demerits for this and for thatg no freedom it seems-Wait! it's my responsibility to be on time and only fair to appear before the governing board. Hfter all, they're human too ibut next time I'l1 smash the track record to smithereensl. WOMEN'S HOUSE COUNCIL "Beauty sleep for everyone," says the House Councilg therefore We abide by reason- able hours. If you don't like the rules and think you have a better Clegitimatel idea see the Council and perhaps you'l1 convince them- they appreciate new ideas. Row 1- R. Wallis. R. Godbey. Miss Iohnson. M. Timm. Row 2- M. Mahlin. M. Hansen. P. Collins. R. Vrana. Row 3- V. Steider. A. Nisley. V. Livers. D. Busekist. How 4- E. Krondcxck, A. Lawson. D. Wilson. C. Wagner. M .: azzfxw- - we :tw f WLM Jie' W W -X 62 2' 5 ,. . W . ,. :B-15,4 WM , WM ,, -1 :. . V., W W . M . . ,L . ,. L ml M "Oh, I am Popeye the sailor man. I am I am". plays the Pride oi the Plainsman band as they go through one of their many popular drills. Stepping high. wide. and handsome are these tive twirlers from Northeast and drum major. Roland Wiltse. Left to right: Darleen. Bllen. Sara Lueher, Shirley Luclza. Rita Lehr. and Bonnie Butler. l l The Pride of the Plainsmen Band under the direction of Robert Marshall, who joined the staff this year, gave many enjoyable per- formances throughout the season. Their clever songs and drills certainly sparked both the basketball and football games. Orchids to Mr. Marshall tor his very successful year. "Yes Sir 'I'hcxt's My Baby", sings Lucke cmd Wiltse to Ioe Duppen at Homecoming. The Band Played On - -we verses w siixglx ifmifiuee tgffrtnww Yiffisyrgim mags Q .QM -W K .Q I4 X 2' nl Z-- wm Z n , A Y -Us " ,fm TS is gg? ef it 55,551 -WM Nr, MJ A-aifigmr 5 QW' .mx ...,.q..,. . wx w . gf ' - E 5-I W ,,. P5221 .1 QA W 5 W ,X K, ,. , .M-Wm. 2 W so tvyfsf. X,-1.gfaQ:'f,fg wgwg is V iigiifma na sQQ:gQQiiQ'?',5r..mwM,wfjlmhjj Etiieg sp, mgfizfgw ww .w.sw'2'5QHfa',,,m v'g,5,1gf-2v"whffVViR?5a.,2 wwfEm,fVs'5 M1531 Ewan E rn Wager-z'g Mg'fffel-mg-,wsu-ir., 'fwwiw saiSgEe.ig,, 'qgszggfgszggss .5-,935 H E325 J, REM. V, ww-max ff QSM www 5 iss Mw3,ms'3Mr'K'gf' ' 4 F, sais,-is H Merit? yi 'mmirsw Hfwwxmw Q! gary shi.: HMHW firgqsf if it ,fmgghty iw gg igvrezzwsgriwe M ' WE .mfr , WY mri,g'5Qm? SW J ,, ,M ,I .I if M- sly- ii cf WV 1 mimgmi. X gs, H., if-bv'eE'r . my . ,4 ,iggghm ,' WITH A soNG IN MY HELART 4 l Row l-R. Lehr. G. Raymond, R. Vrana, P. Hagmeister, C. Hirschiiald. I. Iolmslon. L. Rather. Row 2-B. Zigafoos. I.. Adams. S. Lieuxance. C. Stock. N. Rogge. V. Spilker. N. Imig, I.. Mayors. Row 34. Slater. I. Miller. I. Davis. B. Westerholi. A. Macky. I. Hanson, D. Busekist. R-ow 4-R. Lucke, F. Martens. I. Oestmunn, C. Gcnlow, I. Iepson. I. Anderson. B. George.-B. Morris ui piano . These 3U gals in their pastel sweaters and brown skirts make up the Wesleyan Glee club. They entertain the student-body at Christmas with a choice selection of semi-classic and spir- itual music. The big event of the year is their spring tour-Where they travel throughout Ne- braska and perform for many high school assemblies and other social events. The girls make many friends on the tour and spread good Will throughout the state. ' i .ff , T Wmmw' W nn l. .. X T-1. Wclggwwibly , "'. , . 'hVl!v'xA fx " - I SW' v r ' 12' 1' ll I I I X- f -24 E1 ,fi ' ' f , yxy, ,,.,,iI!-.IQW W A .I,I I fi A... .,'t. I. ia.,,'ttv'..'5i:,-W 01 "Pr, urge Q I if, cfm P5968 I THE LORD IS IN HIS HCJLY TEMPLE 1 2'f.""f4f+f-'-I' 5 new Row 1-I. Newbury. S. Slater. C. Stock. I. Miller. B. Monson, I. Hanson, M. Ioy. I. Lindstrorn. B. George. I. Davis. F. Martens. M. Young. I. Pearson. S. Argood. R. Nelson. B. Dorsey. B. Finecy. Row 2--"Pop" Bennett. F. Mills. B. Yunkie. R, Sample. I. Elswick. H. Walker. I. Iaclcmcm. M. Coleman. M. Evers. G. Rosecrans. L. Hutchens. D. Ellsworth. H. Harrison. E. Shippen. The one and only "Pop Bennett" Every Friday afternoon, if you happen to be anywhere around C. C. Wliite, chances are you can hear sweet music floating through the air. This is the weekly practice session for the choir which gives an excellence performance every Tuesday morning in chapel. This tal- ented group surely adds cr reverent touch to the chapel programs and should be compli- mented on their fine piece of Work. D GIVE ME SGME MEN -U SOME STOUT HEARTED MEN Row 1-fverticcxllyl: H. Harrison. C. Yanlke, N. Tanner, T. Wrigm' M' Qgmife. M. Cordell, N- Print- gow Larkin. R. Hunter. R. Lang, C. ill-lssli. Ri Fflffg'-A L- Hufchani' D- Fmkef- J:G.R .M. , . 's, .uc an. l ' I RZ: 4-Binghamlichtexx3fa:?nl?sShipp:x:zl:. G. Harris, L. Baer-Not pictured-I. Ramiorth, I. Ellswxck. B. Kuester, H. Smith. The Male H Cappella Chorus, under the direction of Leonard Paulson, traveled to Ft. Collins and Denver this year for E rfr. their annual spring tourg something new was added this year when the boys per- formed on TV station KFEL in Denver. They completed the season with their traditional spring concert Hpril 14. ei ox 313513309 one 1 0319610 Pas .U SW L., W MQ 9915-rf . X14 5 S NCQ indented mum In UI Y cmson, R L k W Martens 4 w Y M sf - ik , if T Q 51-1 . 'X XM L Q M2 af I , , 1 .- ,A j Q. N A V M f ..: .. Q 6 W V W-455 M ' i 3343: MH Wu - . -- M lm inf H 555:-,w..f4.:.:::-.:..--5. Nwwgwi H 2' in E 'J rgwfw-L 1 Q , - M , Q " i,.Q,H, H .wwfwx-'Ai S gp .- 5 5 2 '25 W zjz ,sz vw. .'W'i?'3w lx Awww' im C: 0? SOX-X XM 09' P' A4 The two leads. Harri- son and Slater harmon- ize in cr duet. L1ghts rnusrc act1onl Plnd another Wesleyan opera Son of Norwayl Thrs opera based on the hte of composer Edvard Grleg starred Horner l-larrrson as Grreg Sylvra Slater as hrs Wlfe N1na and Iohn Chpson who took the role of Rrlcaard Nordrask Trylng to Wm Edvard from N1na was Ieanne Lmdstrorn as Loursa Glovannl Comedy Was an added attract1on of Song of Norway Bob Cummmg as Count Peppr Le Loup and Guy Harms who played Father Gr1eg balanced the ser1ous part Wllh laughter THE COUNTESS' wxth her duhful husband Peppl CQST Bikaard Nordraak Iohn Chpson Nina I-lagerup Sylvla Slater Edvard Grieg Homer Harnson Father Grieg Guy I-larrls Father Nordraak Frank M1115 Mother Grieg Beth Flnecy Count Peppi Le Loup Bob Curnm1ng Louisa Giovanni Ieanne Lmdstrom Hdelma .................. ........ D onna McCandless Mother and Father Gilbreth. Mr. Gllbreth .,.,....... Mrs. Gilbreth. Ernestine .,,,........,, Iackie ...,. Dan ,... ,..,, Fred ,,...... Hnne .,.....,,.,,..,,,,4,,. Mrs, Fitzgerald Dr. Burton ,........,,, Ioe Scales... Larry ..,,...... F rank ,,,...... Bill ,,,. ,...,., Lillian ,.,..... Martha l,... .,.... Miss Brill .,,.,....l Larry ..,...,,.. CAST CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN The Plainsman Theater opened its 1952-53 season with Cheaper By The Dozen, the story of the famous Gilbreth family. Bob Iuester took the role of father, the man with the twelve children. Carolyn Rudd was mother and the children themselves ranged all the Way from college seniors down to grade-schoolers, Den- nis Weeks and Iohn Cramer. When We think of "Cheaper" we remember: the kids lining up after father blew assembly call, Hnne's first date with a cheerleader, the tight that ensued when the girls put on silk stockings, the demos cratic family council C?l-and finally, the scene Where father leaves for the management con- ference. . is ...........Bob Kuester ..........Carolyn Rudd .....Ruth Lenhart ..........Iohn Cramer ...Dennis Weeks .........Iohn Ladner ..........Marion Miller ....Margie Peters .....Wayne Miles Tom Vogelsang .Vernon 'Grady ......LeW Hunter ..............Bill Hill .......Iean Barber ..........Shiralee Hill ...Slvia Flregood ,Vernon Grady The Gilbreth Dozen-minus a few. s 'it ,Qc Page 94 ge 95 . CHST Sarah Wayne ........ ............. M ary Qnn Francisco Mary Clare.: ...... ............. S hirley Bernard lohn Carteret ................ ............ P hil Iackman ' A Dr. Owen Harding .......... ............. W ayne Brown Ellen ................................................ Barbara Nelson Kathleen Dungannon .......... P. Plott-B. Zigatoos Willie Hinley .......................................... Paul Foster Kenneth Wayne .......... ....,.... G ary Wiltse leremiah Wayne ......... ,.......... G uy Harris Moonyeen Clare .......... .,.,,.,,.. H rlene Stetina ,RTS- gigs ,. ,.:. 45: .V Moonyeen Eyes So Blue-Come SMILIN' THROUGH The wistful and sincere charm of "Smilin' Through" has captivated young- sters and oldsters alike down through the years. The play has the romantic power of gripping drama and the glittering humor of rollicking comedy. The beautiful Moonyeen portrayed by Hrlene Stetina will long be re- membered as will be the wry comedy of Iohn Cartert fPhil lackmanl and his life-long friend, Dr. Harding tWayne Browni. The closest oi friends-Icxcl-cmcm cmd Brown. CAST George Eliot ..........................,...,.,,, Herbert Spencer ....... Charles Bray ....... Cara Bray ........... George Lewes ..... Hgnes Lewes .......... Edmund ......,.....,r...,..,.. ........-....Lee French ............David Mickey ......Charles N oren ................Bosalie Zahn Maj or Blackwood ......... Ioseph Liggins ..... luan ..............,,..,.,...., Bertrand ....,....... Butler .........,....,.,.,. lohn Cross .....,........ Richard Wagner ....... Cosima Wagner.. Thomas Huxley... Delmar Nuetzrnan ............Flrlene Stetina .......Sigrid Paulsen Dye ......Wayne Bensen ..........Vernon Grady ..................lohn Ladner Weldon Baker ....................lohn Pike ..........Oscar P. Bennett .....................loan Smith Ivan Sergyeevich Turgenev .......,,,.. Charles Dickens ,...,....,.,....,.,.,,.,,,.,,,,,, ..Gorgene Spelvin ............Bex Walker .Harold C. Sandall Ralph Waldo Emerson .................. Wendell L, Hoffman Robert Browning ................. ...,,,..,.,.,,,, D ale Elsworth The two George's - Elliot cmd Lewes. The Two Georges-The Lesser George-The Moonlit Cup-a hit by any name. Former tappers Delmar Meutzman who returned from New York to play George Lewes and Lee French as Marian Evans Lewes deserve our special thanks as the two leads. Such scenes as these will long be remembered by the audience: the reception attended by only three people- the reception attended by theg reat, such as Wagner COscar Bennettl, Herbert Spencer CDavid. Mickeyl and Charles Dickens Cliarold Sandalll. Very seldom can a college play be written by a member ot the faculty, select its own cast, and above all give such an outstanding performance. The student body wishes to congratulate you "Doc" on your very special piece of work. THE LESSER GEORGE l Pag 9 ge 97 Ronnie attempts to kill Kate. Ronnie.. ,... . Kate .................. Mrs. Kramer .......... Old Lady .........,. First Old Man ...... Twilight Walk deals with death by vio- lence, but it is more than just a murder story. One of its important characters fEarl Hllisonj is a detective-but it is not a detective story. The play is rooted in reality-it comes straight out ot the morning newspaper-it comes straight out ot the tiles of a psychiatrist. The killer-Vernon Grady-is the sort of person to whom you might have been saying hello for years. Iay Newbury-the female lead-be- friends him but stands helplessly by While he meets his death. TWILIGHT WALK CAST Second Old Man ....... Clark ....................... Mrs. Brewster ....... Sam Dundee ......... Fighte .............. Policeman ...... Young Man ........ Rosie .......,... ........Vernon Grady .......Iay Newbury ...Betsey Hines ..Marge Peters .........Bob Kuester .......Phil Iackman ......Guy Harris Flrlene Stetina ......Ear1 Plllison ......LeW Hunter -............Ierry Luce Wayne Benson ....Erin Murphy Detective Sam Dundee tracks down killer. Row Row Row Row Row Row cmd success 11'1 the held of c1th1et1cs When Wesleyan lssues cr W lt 1S her wcry of scrymg you ve got what lt takes when lt comes to sportsmonsh1p cmd fair p1ay1 We re proud of you W. A. A. KEEPING UP WITH THE BOYS ?....., Row I-Montgomery, N. Kohl. Mrs. Green. S. Link, B. Farmer Benedict, I. Smith. How 2-M. Hunkins, C. Rudd, B. Monson, P. Collins, N. Young, H. Palmutear, B. Dorsey. Row 3-I.. Scxndiori, L. Tyrrell, I. Hugameister, A. Nisley, B. Nelson. Nice girls don't throw pop bottles at the referee-especially when the "ref" is "calling them the Way she sees them"-in one of their own games. The girls in Nebraska Wesleyan's Woman's Hthletic Hssociation are much too busy earning their 125 points to think of such things. Instead W.H.H. develops friendship, cooperation, and sportsmanship which makes it both popular and successful. Y W C A DO IT THE RIGHT WAY-THE "Y" WAY it I , Q MQ 1 '::2" A ti? rf r .. tin, . N. Seng. N. Kahl. M. Hunkins. R. Godboy. M. Icy. D. Miller. I. Pearson. Mrs. Swinbcmk. R. Wallis M. Hansen. I. Lindstrom. R. Lenhart. Do it the right way-the "Y" way. United for the purpose of develop- ing Christian personality, "Y" is popular on Wesleyan's campus, as Well as being very active. Printing the Student Directory KEditor Ruth Godbeyl, is one of the major projects as Well as the Freshman Retreat every fall. Thanks to "Y" the Campus Chest drive went booming sky-high. Perhaps the most inspiring services "Y" held Were those early morning Matins when We took time out to redeclicate ourselves toward building a Christian society. Heading the Community Chest Drive-I. Larsen. I. Pearson. I. Hansen. A. Lawson. M. Icy. W. Weigext. D. Hale. ff-rf If If! f I... ifhiv u Y M C A LENDING A HELPING HAND Page IOI l V. Dye. I. Housh. M. Evers. D. Gcxtch, E. Allison. L. Borders. D. Williams. B. Kreps. I. Lightbody. fNot pictured: Mr. Mattingly. Sponsonl The "Y" added another commission to its organ- ization this year when the IRC' joined its ranks. This organization was established to promote friendly relations with the various races, creeds, and re- ligions in the World. Pat Pangborn was president of the active chapter on the campus. Through IRC our campus has become more aware of the vital need for brotherhood and understanding to promote peace in the world. IRC CHRHVHN: Oriental student gives brief accounting oi her country. . at I - If get :Sqn ws . f , ez' Pat Pcmgborn I.R.C. Prexy ALL IN FAVOR- RAISE YOUR RIGHT HAND Seated: Dean Forrest. President Waxing, L. Adams. Standing: M. Peters. S. Slosson, V. Dye. I. Luschei, I.. Carlson. B. Hines. D. Allely. S. Moore, G. Grieu. I. Harden. I. Lewis. N. Pxiest. M. Hunkins. C. Rudd. B. Schuolke Knot pictured-Donn Cline, Wendell Carriker. Homer Harrison. lim Schlichtemienj Got a good idea? Whether a lowly freshman or high and mighty senior, tell the Student Senate about your plan and they will Work to make it a success. They are responsible for the school dances, traditions day, and the upkeep of the student union. They deserve a great big "thank-you" for installing television in the student union this year. The student body is proud to elect members of the student senate, for through them, we speak. Peg age IO3 KAPPA CHI WE WILL NOW HEAR FROM BROTHER OLSON ,Q N... Bow 1- S. Argood. E. Smith. D. Sharp. R. Ammon. R. Wallis. B. Frandsen. K. Green. D. Wilson. G. Raymond. Row Z- I. Housh. D. Roper. S. Slater. C. Roper. B. Cox. S. Liourcmce. M. Linton, C. Wohner. D. Paterson. D. Curran. W. Weetrom. D. Olson Qpresd. Mr. Mattingly. Row 3- D. Lips. D. Luther. D. Houston. V. Dye. W. Benson. W. Hanson. P. Foster. To live in His Shadow is the aim of those interested in full time Christian service. 'Their organization, backed by "Matt" is Kappa Chi, which meets twice monthly. Besides working closely with various churches they maintain Wes- 1eyan's own "place of quiet rest"-our Wayside Chapel. .- V.,-Q.: "M,-:W lr V1 ,fifty -'L' ng 5? Wir --"' M' 5-fwjesgilfl sf S? Hssistcmt Editor-Sports Editor. Bill Brown. discusses layouts with Editor Cline and Photographer. Raymond Chung. THE "WESLEYAN" Every Thursday at exactly 10:50-tl'1ere's a mad scramble down the chapel stairs to get a copy of The "Wesleyan" What better compliment could be paid to the hard-Working newspaper staff who spend their time and energy collecting the very latest news and features for the enjoyment of the student body. We believe our schoolpaper is one of the finest college newspapers in the state and want to say-"Thanks kids, you've done a swell job." Don Cline-1953 editor Page I0 Newspaper staff: W. Cheung. R. Chung. B. Brown. N. Hedges. D. Cline. V. Dye. W. Brown. C. Tielien. I. TeSelle. I. Dunbar. lNot pictured-M. Miller. S. Lieurance, R. Hanson, L. Aliiche. N. Young. B. Ieambey. W. Heulquisi. D. Martin. Rosalie Zahn.' I. Friederich and Advisor-Mr. Hess.j THE "WESLEYAN" STAFF Editor ...,............................. ............... D onn Cline Circulation ........................................ Donna Martin Hssistant Editor ......... ....... B ill Brown Features W-es Huh uist Business Manager ........... ..................... V ic Dye """ """"' B ob Iemgbe Sports Editor ...........................,................ Bill Brown W 6 Browg Hssistant Sports Editor ...,...... Charles Friederich Gyn. Hdvisor ................................................ Fred Hess, lr. Poets ""'""""""""""' """"' S GUY Lleurcmce Proofreader ....................... ............ l oan Luschei ROY Hanson Columnist ....... ....... N ed Hughes Reporters .............................,............ Lillian Hlfiche, Marian Miller Nancy Young, Io Dunbar, Carole Tietjen, Rosalie Zahn Wayne Brown, Ieanalee TeSelle, Welling- leanalee TeSelle ton Cheung, Raymond Chung Vic Dye--Wesleyan Business Manager age IOS 5 R Land, C. Cameron, I.. Bush. Mr. Colon Khdvisori. B. Schuolka Gdiiorl. K. Norton. G. Asp. M. Magoricm. CNet pictured: B. Hines. M. Peters. A. Lanz. F. Hanson and R. Ricksitmj PLAINSMAN "Schue1ke's Sanitariumn has indeed been a busy place this year, what with picture ap- pointments, editing copy, drawing layouts, and all of the minor details that go to make up a yearbook. The Plainsman staff wishes to express its appreciation to Mrs. Luschei, Pho- tographers Evans, Walker, Drake, Ricketts, and above all, to the student body for their fine cooperation in making this yearbook a reality. Class Editors C Brown. M. Peters. B. Hines. and F. Hansen. . f iii if Q 2 . Zi Z ,.,. is ' wi: 5 W H ..,,. S t any - ' - ...Q - . s , . -.- Editorv-Brooks Schuelke Karen Norton. Freshman editor-Hssistant 5. 4 fs' Q? 'E 34 -1 Xs- sf I f Life Editor, G. Hsp. and Sorority Editor. M. Mugoricm. 7' u Research Editor-H. Lanz Student Photographer-Leslie Drake Business Manager-Lynette Bush Student Photographer--Rex Walker Copy Editor-Carolyn Cameron Sports Editor-Russell Lang ,MM 'age I07 F T A READIN, 'RlTEN, AND 'RITHEMETIC Row 1-B. Witt. E. Clark, M. Combs. S. Slossen. I. Smith. B. Volslce. I. Wsslorholi. H. Hirschlisld. R. Bartlett. M. Peters. I. Luschei. C. Timm. R. Nixon. R. Godbe . M. Miller How Z-Miss Clark. I. Fullridod, H. Nolsonj I. Massey. Uhriq. Berger. B. Tullle. M. Vrana. C. Dissmore, C. Babcock. B. Rosenau, S. Alexander. P. Collins. G. Asp. I. Hanson. B. Wesiergoii, C. Hirsch- Helcl, I. Suaihofl, K. Garrett. Mr. Dahl. Row 3-I. Miller. I. Anderson. D. Beavers, I. Trauiman. I. Larson. F. Schick, W. Crcxmmer. N. Kchl. G Boerrigier. F. Stewart. I. Griesl. M. Timm, R. Manning. C. Bibu. I. Ruth, C. Sturxdlord. C. Ritter, Fl Martens. The "guys and gals" in Future Teachers of Hmerica Will soon be "cracking the whip" in the classrooms. The purpose of this organization is to learn about the opportunities in teaching, to cultivate the qualities essential in a good teacher, and to foster the development of student leadership. Page WE GOT .H GOOD TERM. COULDN'T BE PROUDER IF YOU CB.N"1' HERB US NOW WE'LL YELL H I.lTTI.E LOUDEH EQ .tier N 1 it E.. ' ' 2-1 Row 1-C. Wagner. D. Allen, C. Roberts. B. Monson. R. Lucke. I. Iames. I. Larsen. N. Roth. P. Hartley: gout 2-B. Butler. D. Hansen. B. Volzke. D. Lele Cheur. I. Pieper. D. Mille. M. Ioy. V. Livers. . Tyrrell. M. Ritter. A. avzs How 3-V. Spilker. H. Nixon. L. Haddix. I-'. Martens. C. Rudd. I. Smith. I. Pearson. Mrs. Green. C. Ladine. I.. Schleiger. R. Lehr. G. Asp. S. Gillham. R. Vrana. . How 4-E. Pearce. D. Swanson. D. Miller. S. Haupt. S. Luehr. M. Nelson. N. Seng. I. TeSelle. V. Icmke. K. Norton. I. Venczll. D. Deering. I. Spencer. C. Leatgreen. S. Barnett. I.. Bother. C. Biba. L. Bush. Row 5-I. Dunbar. M. Eyes. E. Krondak. C. Garlow. R. Zahn. S. Butler. B. Shigley. I. Anderson. B. Nelson. P. Settell. B. Ziggaioos. I. Olson, D. Martin. I. Weslerhoif. B. Morris. C. Timm. Making 'cr grand entrance ai Homecoming Whether it was "We want or touch- down" or "We Want a basket," the Yellers of the Brown played their hearts out at every game although they were restricted to the sidelines-rousing pep rallies proved that the pep club was backing their team every step of the way-they were the ones who provided the pep sometimes needed for our team to forge through to victory. , it 359 :Em WG Wesleyan girl I'm dreaming H dream I hope is irue Will you share my dream dear- ,M um ,.,, J FM . ucwx W N , ,xv is ' M mms M lSw W .W y xx S Y V: 6 1 . fbi if :W.i,Hik f43 g' fw 1 KM S, L QW. .5 ,H ,P-W"vvC'1?ZfeQ l 1' QQ? . LV -,mfg , ,XQVW 31-ws M Aga Wggf ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Bud and Barbara al ihe Spring formal. Phi Taus serenading ihe Garns in honor of an engagement. rs'n lx in N' ,W ' uf' i 'QW 51. " 4 M D. Hultquist and M. Kyes are all set for an evening oi lun. This is how the big white house on lhe cor- ner looked at Home- coming. . Pag E Row 4: A. Stetina. P. Haqemeiltor. V. Iarxko. P. Settoll. M. Hrubesky. P. Berger. M. Phillips. M. Iyes. R. Zahn. C. Garlow. E.Ol D.MrtinE.K dakM.Hil n!ldM.B . son. u . ron . ga e . rayman Row 3: I. Vancill, C. Wun. H. Widman. C. Weatherhogg. C. Youigson. N. Seng. I. Luutenschlager .M. Van Nostrand. L. Gerbelin . L. Luginbill. I. Luschei. M. Paustian. D. Doarmq. Row 2: G. Zollins. S. Mfagill. I. TeSel1e. A. Bartlett. W. Cramer. A. Lawson. Mrs. Pauley. I.. Adams, H. Hi:-shield. C. Wagner. S. Lieurcnce. L. Me ers. Row I: S. Bernard. Francisco. I. Newbury. I. Smith. R. Rogers, B. Dorsey. B. Benedict, P. Kilicm. N. Kahl. lNot Pictured: B. Finecy.J The Fllpha Gamma Delta bulletin boards sweetheartg Lynelle Hdams named to Who's reflect memories of fun, fellowship, and fraterggmgigw: Qw imlgappa Phi. Hlpha Gams received the nal spmt. 'They display from the cup, Kahl elected Ideal '15 grey 1 .xr',leA'5 - . I'2'?iiiiw'Q . V . . . hop, the party for cereiggglgffpglsied ch11dren,i?5.Q3gg31,:Pla1nsWomUnp Ligigg bill new YWCH presi- . A -:- . the Chrlstmas tea, thgigigggmali y, the Feast fiijgdent, and Sall iy e elected to Cardinal of Roses, the scholgghip M senlor 5 breakfast and ' 3:1 " '. These ! the thiri ' at make me engagements. .,,Qi.- :-: 'W 5 to me, Newspaper clippings remind us of many Endearing my fmterniwl honors received: Io Smith crowned "W" club Hlpha Gamma Delta it's you. Crescent again wins me intra' Remember the Silver and Blue mural trophy. Spring farmul? 1952 Homecoming decorations Crescents and their dates at Lin- eclipse the Crescent house. Coll'-I Holel Terrace Room. t ,,,..g,5, t 2 ...L Nam " . B s msfq 'iw-."Y"49"lS'?g .,.t xr t Ars. swarm 5 18 t age IIS Row 1: M. Hunt. I. Morton. K. Howard, E. Allison. B. Mellinger. Mrs. Shanti. M. Mickey. M. McDonald. I. Brown. D. Hanson, D. Gcxtch. B. Harder. I. Havlicek. Row 2: S. Kennedy. D. Powell. R. Nelson. T. Kitchen. D. olhnson. It. Lewis. R. Iennings. D. Boldebuck. L. Buell. D. Walden. W. Iordcm. D. King. T. Calvert. D. Willimns, I. Shaw. D. Cline. The traditional Bowery party, the Silver Proud of their ideals of brotherhood, char- and Blue formal at the Lincoln Hotel TerraCe4iff53'E2iQ gr, and Service, the Crescent men have Room, the annual spring picnic at 1 l added more lustre to their outstanding records Beach, the many hour dances and partleg combined to add another brilliant pha in Campus activities-Blue Key' Gamma Up' the long Crescent history. silon, COGS, Nu Med, --W., Club and YMCH' In honor of G number of pimp-ings The participation in all' of these activities com- r e1'1QC1QSII1ef1fS. the trCIClifiOr1CIl Bear to form a strong spirit of fellowship . . Wound its Way across the campus frequently in the spring. the true essence of fraternal life. Talented DZ qucrrtei. DELTA ZETA The spirit of Hallow- een brews victory before ihe Delta Zeta house. DZ's chat in the living room before at Iireside. How I: I. Anderson. F. Shick. R. Godbei. B. Winiiold. I. Barber. I. Reddish. R.'Vrc:na. Row 2: D. Mille. V. Peters. M. Miller. . Thurman.. I. McCosh. Mrs. Mzsner. I. Hagemeister, E. Murphy. S. Slater. D. Sharp, B. Ellis. How 3: M. McCone. M. Hunkins. I. Iepsen. C. Dilsmore. B. Shigley. M. Iintin. B. Rosenanu. I. Anderson. B. Tuttle. B. Scott, I.. Zmigq. I. Miller. B. Dye. Row 4: F. Hansen. B. Witt. I. Spoidel. I. Iolmston. I. Koenig. B. Crawford. L. Stone, I. Dawson. M. Icy. D. Miller. R. Nelson. K. Garrett. I.. Bush. Many golden remembrances have come from the Delta Zeta treasure chest during this school year of 1952-1953. Hchievements in cam- pus activities, as well as recognition in our pected dips in the shower, pledge skip day- and the state of affairs in which they dis- arranged our rooms-all go to fill a store- house of wealth for us. Our political party group' gave us good reasogs to Wear zf5sm::'if:::a. -." ,Lf',:fs':i12.,..":ix..: ,:f . l D l G Hbe SI1CIke fOI' pI'eS1de1'1li our DZ lamp with pri e. urmg 'ZW -K o en . Fix r Dance, we crowned Harold , f-,. . 1 Hnniversary year for Delta Zeta ,,,,,g.,.j.f,.J' was ., c ,. presented the Founderfs NG- Z Man. Our pledges proved to tional convention 1n New d be erful group of gels, ond We honored . ,... 2 . is presented to the chapte ng t our annual Rose banquet, at which nition on campus 1n Cardinal Key and other honor societies, and in various school extra-curricular activities. But not all of these golden memories are of work. Firesides, impromptu parties, unex- In the midst of our busy lives, the creed of our Founders influenced and enabled us to give to each other and to our school, friend- ship, loyalty, and understanding. A ss, .- ws my wf Q' ..,-,, ,, , 2... f. if PQ Q. M 1 Firesides are tradi- 'lioncrl at Phi Mu house. 2 Santa looked like this 'lo Phi Mus. .F -1 s x . .. .5 .4 . T' si3ie,gEL . M 1 . gs Energetic Lincoln uc- 'lives redecorate the Phi Mu house. The perpetual merry- go-round of college life obscures the view ol lhe Phi Mu house. PHI MU Page I Row 1: A. Davis. B. Butler. I. Piegter, S. Willdnsou. I. Larsen. N. Roth, S. Wlikinaon. H. Pulmaleer. Row 2: D. Hanson. B. Cobleigh, . Combs. R. Lucke. Mrs. Reynolds. S. Slosson. I. Fullriedo, C. Leulgreen. B. Munson. Row 3: N. Brown. D. Miller. S. Burnett, S. Leuhr, I. Oeslmann. S. Butler. B. George. N. Rogge. C. Ladine. C. Iohnson. D. Swanson. R. Lehr. Row 4: I. Smith. D. Allen. E. Pearce, E. Clarke. I. Burger, M. Kent, G. Brown. I.. Terryll. I. Trcrutman, V. Livers, M. Ritter. C. Schrimsher. Yes, this year has surely hurried by. It must be because there is always something going on here at our house at 5219 Hunting- ton. None of us will ever forgetgthe surprises of the redecorating by the last summer and the new red from one of our 100 alum j253""o he at Lincoln. There was the firs Wit ll OUT UGW Slsfefs Und Oh Ye flhe . ..... ..,. .... taffy We made the night We cor? for Thanksgiving vacation, f" 1'f5" '3 f ' k'3..1II1- burger cheese after the pledges skipped, and the thrill and pride We felt the night Rosie Lucke got Theta Chi Dream Girl. There were Page H9 the many surprise pinnings and engagements -the serenades, parties, firesides, our spring formal, senior breakfast, the fried chicken- gcnic at Linoma Beach and Homecoming-6:30 .,.,, , , , ces for sing for May Fete ood times We have had has hat have made this year t" ' 2" " "' or each av i :': one of us Phi Mu has made our college years fuller, richer, happier, and more worthwhile-guiding us over a cen- tury by her ideals-love, honor, and truth. There's more than one way to get rid of shav- ing cream. Phi Tau's prizewinning homecoming decom- tions. Prexy Kreps receives a plaque for Phi Tcxu's winning house decora- tions. Page IZ age I2I Row 1: W. Goodman, W. Hill, S. Williams, D. Larkin, W. Allen, W. Ienkins, F. Mills. T. Wallace, W. Bowmuslor, B. Al'l?dll.gh. Row 2: I. Osborne. I. Elswick, I.. Borders. M. Swank, G. Lemon, D. Huston. D. Koch. C. King. A. Blukeney, N. CIIIBBY. D. Crisner. R. Wicked. Row 3: B. Buck, D. Allely, I. Rainforlh, I.. Smith, Dr. Rosentrnter. Mrs. Dowell, B. Kreps, I. Schlichtemior. I. Luce. D. Anderson, A. Thoeber, R. Smith. Row 4: H. Odgers. D. Swigert. D. Luther. T. Vogelsang, T. Godbey, C. Kahl, H. Smith. R. Barry, I.. Hunter, D. Schlichtsmier. H. Atkins, R. Lang, I. Pike, T. Wright, E. Unvert. Row 5: I. Nas ol, I. Allel , S. Moore, C. Noren. G. Harris. W. Brown, P. Iuckmtm. R. Boishline. D. McCosh, C. Georgeson. G. Freeman, Macy, R. Xlfs, I. Moller, C. Linke, D. Unvert. KNot pictured: D. Fuhlson, I. Kimbulhj The hot rays ot the summer sun had hardly begun to lessen when the active members of Phi Kappa Tau came back, 35 strong, to start Later came the Western Party. The livingroom looked more like a Corral with bales of hay scattered around. Chri tmas-and it took an- G new Year. While house? . wmter lifting Of paint 1116 0 . ' - ' e-as "Wi" Tau the " " istmas Dance. pltched into the gel 13 1 ture a es. . he social ear u in the s rin with The result was op pl Y p p g fel H 1 - - W-nh Burl Kreps uthe g a G nnua Spring at the Turnplke. .... . ' cabinet, they their st . f it? ., .... . . S Sad to e ' to en1ors as they thelr brothers at 5305 The social year shoved oft with a hay-rack ride-plenty of chills, girls, and moonlight. Huntington. But they will carry indelible mem- ories of days "ln Old Phi Tau." .. 5? we Q, - -- e 2: ' If 1 Zkj' 1 g. ,Q If Wi -'LZ . ww, it , L lqbflkr W H V 2. dmS9?uLz wmv wie College is serigus business, Three cooks are better than one THETA CHI Theta Chi homecoming decorations. "Sexy Doc, I don't feel so goodl" 5 5 , , - K fs e 4 3. Page Row 1: L. I-lutchens. D. Lund. I. Iackson. D. Lewis. M. Cordell. H. Edwards, I.. Abker. A. Robertson. L. Carlson, P. Anderson Row 2: C. Foster. R. Giles. R. Keeler. I. Xreuqer. G. Maris. Mn. Tlxurile. T. Waring. A. Ponnicucci, M. Deal. M. Buns. H. Roseneau. P. Horner. B. McNuught. Row 3: R. Ricketts. C. Soutler. H. Brooks. W. Cozrilrer. M. Stein. B. Kuoster, V. Hoggins. R. Hulquilt .B. Leslie. I.. Taylor, D. Obs. C. Baghy. W. Heller. R. Lyss. Row 4: V. Marquardt. D. Keller. C. Spohr. G. Krause. D. Lips. V. Ellis. B. Burger, B. Olsen. R. Cutler, B. Beonoy, R. Hukhihgln H. Hellman. I. Lightbody. G. Reed. fNot pictured: B. Brown., The year has been another banner one for the men ot Theta Chi. Hmong us are Presidents of Student Senate, Blue Key, Senior, Iunior, and Sopho gs i e men in Who's Who, two i fliappa accepted for medical sch ! in the department . Qi llf "Q 'iii ganizations. c ' ffiigxi' zfggfixilktf' if Hats off to Iim, "Flem," Vic, Bbbfand Ollie for their part in a brilliant basketball campaign -and to our all NCC end in football, Gordie Marts. Likewise, to Bob Kuester, lead in H m e per our big social events-the Or- ' chad with Dream em Rosie Lucke, the 500 spring picnic, and breakfast- st o y member the everyday fellow- hich glad to bekmg to the brown and yellow old English house on Hun- tington. Fireside at the Willard house. President Hlexcmder receives award ior prize- W i n n i n g homecoming decorations. Willard decorations registered with judges and won the homecom- ing competition. Hctives receive help- ing hands from local small lry. Page l24 Row 1: C. Roberts, I. Burklmrdt. R. Manning. I. Hanlon. S. Alexander. Mrs. Allen. S. Link. C. Budd. I. Pearson. N. Young. Row 2: P. Green. C. Bibs, M. Morris. R. Nixon. B. Zig dool. V. Spilker. I. S encer. I.. Schleiger. M. Timm. S. Gilliam. Row 3: M. Wagner. C. Timm, M. Dunbar. B. Morris, Buselcist, I. Pitcuitnley, L. Haddis. A. Alexander. I. Innes. D. Kunkel. Gio! pictured: G. Asp. M. Culvert. M. Anderaoml W-is for the work that went into the Winning homecoming decorations I-is for the initiatio new embers . g f' . L-1s for the love that fou presggm yiiitlae mgg3 1nn1ngs and engagements Lg-1s for the laughter that s party H-1s for the many actiV1t1es is art ln 1 . . W -.-.- . R-1s for the rrbbon strewn are hellemc ball D-is for the dear memories We will always remember Put them all together, and it spells Willard-that name that symbolizes our college days at Wesleyan. Row l: I. Beebe, R. Vunderslice. R. Lenhart. A. Stotts. I.. Rather, I.. Forney. R 2:CTit' D.M hl1,T.Bkk IM ',M.V .PCll'.CRitt I..S dlI.Rth ow . e len. ms u re e. . assio :una . o ms . er, an ro , u . How 3: B. Westerhoff, A. Nisley. E. Palmer. S. Axeqood. X. Longucre. K. Norton, T. Budovich. C. Cameron, C. Stock, I. Vanier, L. Urwiler. Row 4: B. Volzke. E. Smith. D. Beavers, M. Hilgeniold. M. Nelson. I. Lindstxom. M. Geibelhouso. M. Humphrey, N. Imiq. BARB-WIRERS Huntington Hall is the Weekly meeting place of approximately ninety members of the Nebraska Wesleyan Barbs. This co-educational group serves the social needs of many of the unaffiliated students on the campus. One of the major accomplishments of this group is the Weekly publication of the BHBB-WIRE. This paper provides an excellent account- ing of the group's activities and stimulates interest among the Barbs for campus events. Heading the parade of their social events are the Spring Banquet- tormal and the Christmas formal. Square dances and numerous other parties rounded out the social calendar. The Barbs certainly have won their share of honors this year with Ioe Housh leading off as "most eligible bachelor," Ianet Miller as Beauty Queen attendant, Karen Norton as assistant editor of the annual, Rex Sample copping first place in the H11-Wesleyan and the state oratorical contest, Housh, Hanson and Iewett as Matins speakers cmd the successful defense of their basketball and volleyball championships by the Barb girls. S Page if Row 1: I. Housh. C. Spencer. I. Griess. I. Adams. Mr. Evans fsponsorl. G. Boerrigter. W. Benson. I.. Vermeer. How 2: P. Foster, H. Skunk? L. Roberts. R. Iackmun. G. Van Boening. M. Coleman. R. Yanike. A. Finkner, R. Chung. Row 3: B. Ruden. V. Dye, . Perkins, D. Ellsworih. R. Sample. I. Park. M. Evers. B. Suiter. OH-SWING YOUR MA, SWING YOUR PA SWING YOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW W .:-, . - -.:- -- . M... -.-. -- - -- -V Q 3 The Delta Zetas will always remember the beautiful "Rose" formal at Cotner Terrabe GREEK Marian Miller and Ruby Vrana entertain everyone with a cute novelty number. Page I .N-'15, al 7 37 1 ww M34 Q X Mrk-f-1 1 1-x -- s ww Q5 -vaesw hiya, XML Hui., . xx -QF 4.,,. age I2? The Theta Chi Party provided iun for everyone . . . Sitting out this dcmce are couples at the Silver and Blue formal. by an ss s nm Rm - 1: na gum 'Qi f : wtsewtw' - A. i - gwatwwx-V ef ll Q 1. . .Q . 1 W U - ' 4 M V ' " :" '--- P f ilm - .V r fs M f -N .ne ,Ik Y: ss .... 2.2 E X ' X 'i55:,1.e'f 3 S, . 52 . Q -V .,.:.: n A Sixty! W . I -A::V,,.::-, .- :QJ . ..1,.. W 4 A ?,,.,g,, Q D 'i f ' :A if if v W ff 5'-'ii SL'-. TT' Row 1: D. Kunkel. B. Ellis. G. Emry. R. Lenhart, T. Budovich. C. Cameron. Row 2: S. Magill. D. Beazvexs. C. Gritieths. E. Olsen. I. Saathati. M. Calvert. Row 3: C. Wagner. M. Hilgenield, M. McCellund, M. Misnecr. R. Widman.. G. Collins. JCJHNSON HALL February 26, 1953, marked the end of Iohnson l'lall's fifth year of service as a home for the freshman girls. Iohnson Hall is a storehouse of memories for the girls it sheltered beneath its roof during the past year. The new roommates, new friends, parties, devotions, jam sessions, and even that ever-present menace-study, all helped in making it so. Learn- ing to live together in a spirit of love and co-operation has been our "full time project." I. H. officers meet with President Faye Martens to discuss critical points. Page .rw wwf Row 1: A. Bm-ileit, M. Francisco, S. Aregood. B. Walker. H. Wallis. I. Richards, F. Mariens, I. Miller, P. Green. I. Barber. Row 2: A. Stotts, A. Lanz, V. Srilkar, I, Olson, I. TeSe11e. V. Peters. I. Miller. L. Zaugig, K. Longacre. K. Norton. I. Wesierhofi. D. Marshall. D. Wilson, L. Had iz. Row 3: A. Alexander, M. Hrubesky. S. Bernard. R. Hershner. B. Frcxnson, B. Shigley, D. Buchanan, D. Peierscn, B. Ziggafoos, D. Curran, E. Palmer, I.. Meyers. I. Davis. Row 1: T. Brekke, P. Ploti, C. Tieiien, B. Crawford, I. Lindsirom, M. Hanson. D. Sharp, S. Hill, S. Wilkinson. N. Roih. Row 2: N. Iohnson. L. Chrisiensen. M. Wagner, B. Westerhoii, M. Humphrey. N. Imig, N. Emxy. I. Trautmun, I. Fullriede C. Timm. R. Nixon. I. Iames. Row 3: S. Wilkinson. K. Green. I. Vencill. E. Clarke. N. Rogge, M. Nelson, If. Laulenschluger, I. Iapson, D. Swanson. B. Morris A Mackey M Young 'cv WF' 'V x r QL? 9 l- YC? . 1. Row 1: I.. Urwiler. B. Volsky. I. Dawson. L. Bother. I. Beebe. Row 2: L. Fomey, E. Smith. D. LeLaCeur, B. Thurman. E. Homer, C. Stock. This group of young ladies reside at Johnson Hall also-and counsel the freshmen. Having been a freshman once too, they realize some of the problems that face the girls in their new environment and help them adjust accordingly. These girls give their time and energy voluntarily and receive no salary-but they receive something much more valuable than money- the confidence and Warm friendships ol the girls. Counsellors: I. Liudsirom, R. Wallis, M. Hanson. I. Richards, G. Emry. R. Lenhart. 1 46 0 4, 3 . 03' 4 or W ws 039, Sp ja 0 -PDQ blqp I6 R713 0,10 9 9 WEEE- :':i 'A-E' mm 1 Ax :EK gfgw .W g NV 5 W B YW, S' 3' , ? fe. 5 2 H E H2535 . L -vm N sf nwsmaii .vw 2,535-H E-11155-ig fr-' wi, Eg 'E .Mn img: ' D A? rqmfi W Q, - Q g ig ' g wg ' awww H fjwmmsiu 1 K 3 EH 25 Conch I ohnson Coach Franklin Couch Gentry img ,W 4: ng. .. , ,1 9 I H 'HQ 4, H Head Coach Roberison , T ,I Q - N K ? 'X W , .7 M ' ' 2 - 9 - ' ' " 'S -.. Merrill-Main Football Trophy ff' Emil 'owe zbsgl. sg- f K .nfs HRW Q Ei! ' Coach Grayson Coach Punches 1-4, Coach Mullens Page I3 Bob Wichert is stopped after being run out ol bounds by a Hastings player. 'I' H E R E C O R D 5 Wins 5 Losses Wesleyan opponent 27 Buena Vista . . 19 7 Omaha . . . 14 14 Chadron . . . 20 14 Wayne . . 20 7 Peru . . 27 14 Doane . . 13 20 Kearney . . . 7 28 Hastings . . . 12 40 Midland . . . 13 14 S. W. Mo. St. . . 32 E F FINHL N.C.C. STHNDINGS 'rem w.I.. Peru . . 7 U Hastings . . 5 2 Wesleyan . . 4 3 Doane . . . 4 3 Kearney . . 3 4 Wayne . . 3 4 Chadron . . 2 5 Midland . . U 7 ge l35 lt can be said that Wesleyan had a most success- ful football campaign. In terms of yards gained and individual performances, the 1952 team set many records. Coach Robertson began the year with a good nucleus of returning lettermen backed up by one of the best crop of freshmen prospects in the N.C.C. Qlthough making some mistakes in the early games, the team developed to a point Where it had an ex- plosive ground and air attack. Ht the season's end, it was generally agreed that Wesleyan had the most improved team in the N.C.C. Thus the books closed on a thrilling and spirited campaign. Merlin Wiltlang snags a touchdown pass against Midland. if 'WK 1 Z ,Qs S H .. Q ,Luigi ..,,. Q , E will Don Allely Back '41 f V .Qgf-:fb Z M A 'g Bill Buck Back ev- Y srfmfif' ew-M T sig .l ia .,... ,, 41 Wes Hultquis! Back afar' emi X S 'YM Q , gi 'G 1 X , Q x H sr 1 X ig , , S' 1 is 5 we Cliff Kabl Back ' Don Keller Guard if , 1 ' 1!:1'S':':iE:,.' . ' 2' ' . ff ir' e .-H .-: f- . . -1 : ' 5 iff .: -. af' '. .ir , , 1 ,f H , 3? . ' . 1 " . f ,ffl ---- ' -' 9 , T , , f 1 .A - e 1 . . ' .,., '- 1 f 2...:f:.,e M Darrell Bupperle Tackle Charles Bagby Cenler 3553 w W H 1 S , ' N A ' -JI: ..g :A .4 rv. me -- W ,, 51:5 I -,f , 4 . 5 gf Ar :L Q , .- 'f get V if 'es ' .Ee -:-4 -- EK L I .1 , f L, I I I Hg X g-EEf'?'ff x f ., H 5 ' "' ' W M - n r A fg' 1, rw 4 .,: : gif iq 1. R -- -:,:g. ua ' Bob Burham Guard Z w 1 is .Q , , X ag 5 'Q 52,- 52 15? gill: ax w 49? A 554 , N, . XX , Mack Hun! Tackle 57 ,rn , gif Yi! 1 'Q m z 5 I ' n X: P ck W 1 1 Q Q ' 1 Q fx , ..l.:.:.:, W ,. e ,lv,,.,.',,, . . X, ggi, , e 1 W ,S 9 f 4 ss 1 Ron Keeler Back Bob Lawson Back 4.1 ' J me th Q-We A wifi? . 1 1- w vs, L. 1 6 gwqm 54 8' 1 r' Y .ln M ,n 1 " ., ,, ....V..., . .. 1, ' 7 LMI: rf Q , L ' - W -'V-' 2 I M 1 :V :.- V K 'gag 1, 7 Q - - A wee W . .ai E , sf M, ,Q 5 ggyj r, , . in U , W A 1 F :gg i Wendell C-urriker Back Dick Lewis Back rg! M x ,U-...Q - Bruce Burger Tackle , l'l, eu- ' ,.: I S? e Bob Becker Guard Y . M f. 51 A lf- 1 new .eee r M " -Q V Y. X 2 V wi rr 'EES' 3 ' ,A ' ' f ' A Q Wall Gamer Center Pcxul Horner End FOOTBALL LETTERMEN 1952 Charles Links Tackle ., , :.... Q: H R' ": -ls: ...ffl ., ':' vf ,, 'W an J, X 'P' f' 4 be , W I is K :Q K, Meazxwxxre ige .,, Doug Lund Guard 2:1 ., an. sa-rf . . an 3 x VV 5 X XX X Z XX X 1 X is X N X X in Us DX. A QQ XX Marvin Muay Back 5 X X - 1 -'E E ,, .... . ,. 3 T ., W , E E, N 5 Z I " in, Y XX XX fm sf ....X XX .X an rm I H as 'xx f X Sanford Nelson Buck Durwcrd Vcrn Cleave Tackle .XQ- Ul -1 X2 3 K GB : ,iw l '5 X X 5 Nr s ,ww . ,, , X f .- ' JQ 9.Xgs.X.X, E.. X,- - MX L ggi? 5 Qi We V -,:.- AX xg Q5 - Y .mm - Xb.. . I- . XX . L. I , X X 5 :-:- X MH ., X , XX X Q Q ,5 . -:3EvZ.rS52'x'5" ' 1 ' '2:I' : X as , . H ,. Q qwmds. 352225225 fi K l N' - A l . Q3 : .... : . . X. -.X ,:. XXX 1 .,., , ww ,.f..:1:g. W X 5 e W - X Gordon Maris End Bill Minchow .. X K . ,. ..... X .i f if M. :- ...Xr X M t ..:.afX. ra . H V? ,ZX - A . W , .M Pj! - . i W fx, M 1 W A' 2' ff -ff W :'E " :':':'X55sg.. P? ., Sl X X 4 NXQ ?ig+,w4vf 'Q H T 4 1, ggi. X l XXXXX t A , - T XX X 1 in XXL WW' 5 XX T U ,X ..,gfE:::X ,. V, gr? R ,. X0 3 X ,. f- . 855 X wigs ... - ,. kg .X ...... - .J Z . , - - ff L is N :fy 3 N V ,, Q - X . 4 X, irj5fZ?,5g?4i. M , 355. Glenn Reed Back C clpluin Hulquis! Rod Washington Buck Blaine Rieke Guard Bob Wicker! Back A ' X-A. 4 H2 V .5 - 5. .X:,i.: F , , 1 1 -ia:-2 r - . K '. . X W- . X .XXI ' M 2 l-EMEA L 955 W F A- A Zhu 5 X 5 it . -X : T 3 ' M X QXX XSL- Sl X px 'fm ja X s X A X ' .5 . S , E1 f i gg X KX, 'vm 83' 55,9 ' .:.:.:. .. .Milk gi, fm.- 1 'J 'K lg: 'Q' ,+I ' L 46 rl' 5 4, X H X my X ...S ,.,., as 42 if jg f- E J BT v X X I runes Nugele Guard , . Don Schlichtemeier End , 3 l Q 1' 5 .. 'G I "fi:--if -, T- E3Xg,.2.FLasX.X- lm.. .M . Q k, M?,L.. .iz AX, -Q QXQEW' 'i E' M :E. .. iw Y H, , .b,. ,.,., , ii.. , Boyd Thompson Center Merlin Wilfgang End , l .X M 3 ff . Hmm 1 X. 55: if 'Z ' H .X 5 l ,... . fl' X bi if' ISI ,A 5-Jr' i I-Xlfif 11 5. . QW ,. E: r X? gg 5 . . ,... 2 E ' . A -- T . E..-.,,..,:, X2 , E- , , O .,, .Q ,... -X. ' c Jr ,f 'fx 11 ' 2 X, 'Xl r it W if Ronnie Nelson Guard . .W ir .. ,:., I H 5 -:-: N 5, 1 A r 1 - X , mi' xi - 4' '- 2sS3.:1:E"I-I " .1 ,, ..,M , :-5:5:Xff:-,., -- 1" Y ,K T. , ,A Nor -' MXN X Iim Shaw End X Q1 9 I 'G Q M' 1 ' ' , f " Q ' ffliil ' sl X' Z4 Qi ' X E. 1 ' L . f ' W X. 4 Q X X ..?, ..., iw ' . . :X ' MX.. a n I -. 5 7j: ,TK"'f-K M H ' W X X My . ,. gg X W 1 M 1, z it X , K s ,QL X5 X 21 i X -X X X gf i X '1 if A V X Bill Story Back .ifX..a,, I Neg 1. K D I' 4 i - 'Tru www X? X . ,mn 1 3.9, 9' 2 . . Ai Q A3 jk X- X . iff. : W X' -ffm Q M. XX MX. .H ai X:3jX:jXX3.,Xg - . 5 ff? 11.511 sajwif 1 in 'f " ' f ri J A P- . X- rl .Q .535-2-gzg, .:.:v--.. :.. , - i W X sf? X R . XQXX 5952511-Eiga G Q 419253 523 Erv Unvert Tackle Bob William Guard V QQ .2 4 .k ul u I I qu u Ql., . .,.,..,.,, 1 X '1 I' .1 rf- .. V- '1- - H2 " ' +3 ?X?iff-. ' Xrf- K WE . ,- 1-Q :.'f'::' M .4 X H.. S H W Q - :K gs : , ..,.. . ,. 3535 X , ' I " A 11 -' X , K , .V.. fi M, ... A .. va W4 wr W A ' --- y H-5 M Q5 g 3 5,8 4? , Q. Vina -fm 1-,g ugh ,- .W I ,QW A 3 -E 3 i Q la ip: Wil ? i'5gfbZi,"??'s.. Kg. lx? M Wi r K .QQ ,gg fl ,,. Epi-. : fw QM, 'V V-iw ?1fff " 'Af'-fi' fr. f ' N if if Y . 'W n 'QA ' Q, Q 1 , H. V. I ' ., Aw!! gi in 5' , 'Q N ' ,. MRL if -N :Q H , S' i n -sf? I :wil A X :B 5 34 Q 55122 ,W Q, X id o' 4 ' A, -Q04 W fi? ' ag M, fi 3 ' T uri 552853 'Y' Q ? W A -1:E 221f" 13,135.5 N W ,M W 2 x5Q2'QYl-.Ei " . M f..f ,mm gy wg . ffelfifu 'Bgg i 5 ,gg iv 1 . ii as 1 "M N . mm 4 mgww -, -H ,xy Burl KTSPS Iohn Harden Vic Huggins S it W'll bb Forward Forward Center Co YGuhrtdug Y Coach Grayson The Nebraska Wesleyan basketball team for the l952-53 season can be called one of the most successful basketball teams Wesleyan has ever had. Under the brilliant coaching ot Iohn Grayson the Plainsmen rolled to a very impressive season's record of 25 wins and 3 defeats. The Plainsmen started the year With 12 of 13 letter- men returning. With this basis to start on, Iohn Grayson, in his second year at Wesleyan, built a team that not only had stanclouts but also had far more depth than any team in the N.C.C. The Graysonrnen started the season by Winning tive straight, dropping a close on in Okla- homa, ancl coming back to Win 16 in a row and wrap up Wesleyan's first major NCC. championship. ln tourney play Wesleyan was the state champion and Went on to Kansas City to become on of the top eight small college teams in the nation. Thus the season closed on a thrilling and successful campaign. Stubby Seng Iim Lighibody Don Boldebuck Bob Leslie Guard Forward Center Guard H c d Iennin s G ard g Ronnie Olson D kGmczylc I.yl B ell Guard C nt r P W rd THE SCOREBOARD Wesleyan Opponent Wesleyan Opponent Dana York York Hastings Cornell Midland Marysville Wayne Sterling Doane E. Cen. Okla. Chadron Panhandle HSM Chadron E. Tex. Bapt. Peru Kearney Wayne Doane Chadron Wayne Hrnold Conn. Hastings Hriz. St. Peru S. W. Mo. Sl Midland Kearney Totals 772 GI Heed G d l...........--- Oops! Scotty Willoughby lets the ball trickle olf his finger tips while Iohn Harden hopes for the best and Vic Hoggins gets a cold shoulder from a Doane player. FINAL N.c.c. RECORD W. L. Wesleyan .... ....... 1 3 1 Wayne ....... ..... 9 5 Chadron ........... 9 5 Peru .....,., ........ ,. ....... ..... 7 7 Hastings ...... 6 8 Keamey ..... ..... 6 8 Doane .... ..... 5 9 Midland .........,.............................................. 1 13 Two layups are scored by the two Wesleyan centers during the same game while the same players watch the action. Those baskets were made by Hoggins 1505 and Bolde 1432 while Seng 1341 and Dana players Morrow 1231 and Youra 1252 get ready to head back down the floor. age I43 The keys lo Wesleyan's basket fortunes line up around the keyhole: Lelloy Seng. Ierry Kroger, Bill Buck Bob Leslie. Lyle Buell. Vic Huggins, Richard Iennings, Don Boldebuck. Burl Kreps. luck Lewis, Iohn. lim Lightbody. Ron Olsen, Glenn Reed, and Scotty Willoughby. Coach Grayson kneels in lroni. Seasonal scoring ......................... ,,,,, 2 ,145 Single game score-vs. York ...... ,,,,,, 1 05 Individual score-Boldebuck .....,...,,.....,....,.,,.,,...,,..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 6 55 Individual single game-Boldebuck-vs. Chadron ..... ........ 4 7 Individual N.C.C. record-14 games-Boldebuck ,.,.,,, ,,.,, 3 47 Scotty Willoughby lunges lor the ball and almost makes a lirst and ten as three Hastings players and Bolde waich lhe play. 1 I mi.- T ' Fszxw. KJ 1 sa H 36 5- ' rg f Nw, fn ?i . if Sy . wg 2 tiff ' 'rf ff Q M 15 1171 M lf? ,mu ' PM -nw-m,..zx.,.f f :ww , fe: Q51 Q E53 ' Umm ss Life H pm .1 QL 23 1 Ezmfm me M as 1, A' V ' .Ani Li 732, ,,, Racing over the hurdles are members of Wayne. Doane, and Wesleyan track teams. TRACK Throwing the shot-put is Bill Minchow . . . while Durand Vcm Cleave and Chuck Linke Gnpping batfm' me sum Kemfedy' Chg await their tum. Kahl. Vic Hoggms. and Rod Washington. I 53.5- we -wi Q E A E if N l X R . VP' A v 4 'age I45 +V '? N Coming in on a wing and cz prayer. H,- r J Speedy first baseman. Ierry Rainforlh. scoops up a hard and fast ball. BASEBALL Hpril 8-Wesleyan vs. Dana Cherel Hpril 16-Wesleyan vs. Creighton Ktherel Hpril 20-Wesleyan vs. Concordia Cherel Hpril 23-Wesleyan vs. Midland Ctherel Hpril 27-Wesleyan vs. Dana Ciherel May 4-Wesleyan vs. Creighton Cherel May 7-Wesleyan vs. Concordia ftherel May 11-Wesleyan vs. Midland Cherel Lewis at the bat. A H little chat before the game with Tom Kitchen. f Marvin Deal, and Densil Christiansen. f A fm! 11 i , 'fx Qi I ILT., -H '- X Q if Nl ' . 'E ? X Ex QW? 4 s v l 5 5 l Ex -35,1343 C -N J '-:- If , ,Y N 2 I "-V 1 ,. i i K 1 A W ., 'L ,r--.Q e..,1 dh, if tif. T'f'El'G km R Q Amin.: . , ,M X71 f gif , . ig ,W l X V Eff' 5' 7 f Qiii L xiii' ESL? W , an G ' 'mt . -.I-ef ff? at . 48,11 GOLFERS Dale Unven Dick Innings Blaine Rieke Tom Kiichen Bob Becker Wesleyan player smashes serve in play-off. ilI95I6v'l'9nnia Players: Row I-R. Chung, G. Stephens, B. Hill. How 2-R. Tlzober. N. Mahlmdn. D. Beiihline. . ezgers. MENS INTRAMURALS How 1-I. Kroeger. B. Beeny. R. Olson. M. Deal. A. Panicucci. Row 2-I. Lightbody. V. Hoggins. T. Waring. W. Mcllaught. R. Lyss. FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS Hn enthusiastic group of boys checked out Team W for football intramural play this year and many hard and fast games were played throughout Theta Chi --..-. ....... 8 the season with the Theta Chi fraternity com- Crescents ------.------- ------- 5 ing out on top. lt was a close second for I Crescents and Phi Kappa Tau and Barbs Ph' KGPPQ Tm' ---'--'-" -'--'-- 4 lOl.lI'll1. Bqrbs ,,,.,,,,,,,-,,,,A,,-,, -,-,,,. 1 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS Hfter a close race in basketball intra- Team W murals the scrappy Crescent fraternity took Crescent -------. --.. - - 6 the championship-followed by Phi Tau, Theta 1,3111 tT'E1'E --'----- ------- 2 Chi, Barbs, Independents. In the Class B finals, Barb: 5---'-,' II: --hl Z: 3 Theta Chi placed first. Independent ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 Kneeling: R. Iennings. L. Buell lCouchesl. Standing: B. Lawson. D. Walden. W. Iordan. M. McDonald. B. Deem iNet pictured-N. Hedges. P. Williams. W. Hultquisl. G. Siepl-nens.J -4"2' Pg Isl i WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS Willard sorority v. Barbs in intramural play. The Barbs emerged as champions of the Worr1en's basketball as they beat the Willards 39-29 in a game that saw the the calrnest of spectators sitting on the edge of their seats. Following the Barbs and Wil'lards were the Phi Mu's, Delta Zeta's, and Hlpha Gam's. H11 in all, the girls had a very active Winter sports program. 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"5'1v5f-.5.1:,:5:k15:5',- -15 :5 ' Neva: Kcxhl and Tom Waring were chosen as "Ideal Plainswomcnf' cmd "Ideal Plains- man" by the student body. ...gf i 2 Contrary to their titles-Big Snob. Claryce Roberts. and Old Grouch. Erv Unvert. look mighty friendly. film' sg i Presenting DZ man is President Ruth McCosh and Doris Miller. . A 5 H me l :Vis ' W 3 5 ' E .. 9 Stepping through the big 'heart is DZ man. Harold Rosenau. 1 M M 2 f , , . tw' Rosemary Lucke copped the Theta Chi "Dream Girl" title at the Orchid formal. et.:- 1 - xt ' .-4 "Most Eligible Bachelor," Ioe Housh, and his date, Betty Dye. at Spinsters' Spree. s Gloria Brown receives iirst prize for her First Class Male at Spinsters' Spree. V I. I.. L. E 5,155 4 V . ,, .-w'. an M-ff4,i Mo,i4ve,.9 E1-244 sw I mv-V40 an- lfrs 59, .ski 59, .532 . gL,s.x'L', 657' ihvfliaa1'J!'f-fiEf'Bw'9ew'L'feasA fry!" 5 5'5fsai51 hh!! ii cabafhl we E121-5 Wiki 5 ' 1953 BEAUTY QUEEN gargara Zgagzod VH , - bf ' 'Y 5 " . -' , -4 ' g' a I Q 'o ,, 5 . ' n Q ' Q' 0 5 ' N ' ' . ' . ' . 45 'A-'Q fI?'9.?jl4'3 6Nxb,6Ni? GNAWIB 4' --'Q age .me Lied Swamon Jane! mimi' c,,,,,4,L my 11 ggzryce lQoAerf5 marina mimr tk FALL GETTING ACQUAINTED Will these lines never end? The Street Dance was cz fine mixer for all oi the new students. Page r 1 ta, K Q xx x x The iirst formal event was the Chuncellofs Re ii .La ll . M of the year ception. It takes just one look to guess which class this is. og. j 5.2 i Egg-, . I " A 1 ss, This group traveled all the way to New York to view the United Na- tions in action. Page I59 4 ,Brut f ...ggi ' 'qxilw x x X! .Wx.aff. KL N ., X K K Mn' X l Emi.. M .QM WL' W t K t ,. . , . E, , , X .l g:.'. N 55 ' . . . ...JJ X x H a ,A . , 4' df? X i,.1.g:.f' - The lucky winners of the talent ShOW took home these prizes. Posing mighty pretty are opera stars Lindstrom and Cumminy. . we-H. -. The celebration began with the Chuck Wagon Feed. W Club Vice-president Waring es- corts Sweetheart onto field. HCJMECOMING Climaxing Homecoming was the dance at the Turnpike. H11 eyes are on the Pride of the Plainsmcxn Band as they do their skit at Homecoming. Page WINTER 'WAR Back in that ol' line again-second semester registration. Who says girls are afraid of snakes? Student dance after Peru game. E . , f.,. One of the many winter activities ohnson Hall's birthday party. Yes. it's time for those student senate elections again. SPRING Fall. Winter, or Spring-there's always lun and merrimen! at Iohn- son. Hull. 1953 Pride of the Plainsman Band as they do last minute practicing for Spring tour. P '- V 4 - :X M2 . - f Remember the last minute cram- ming for ihose semester test and term papers. The Inspiration we received from the ever remembered Easter Martins. N ii. f 1 N Last. but not least-the House Pariy decorations we managed to crowd into our busy Spring schedule. HERE N' THERE 5 , M , l falsify A E: 1, V v Wahl ' 1 ukeim E3 Is there u doctor in the house? Here are ihose Iohnson Hull gals 'again- this lime the Counselors are providing the eniertainment. Nothing like cr good home cooked meal. H little cheesecake. Cheering them on were ihese five poppy cheerleaders. .Page fm , , K X.. A. ig 1502 Page I65 Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes Hin? She Sweet? AROUND HOME R gir1's best friend is 'heb-dog? The ul in 3 and d 9 Ulm Co oss th sis me 2 Just Q pl 9 mos, i Jews: efrsanf Sum 8 e. Theta Chi Fraternity is doing cz little Spring houseclecming. There's nothing like sitting down and having cz little chat. Getting cx snack before bed-time is so Long Page 166 Ieannie Smith. I N D I E X I A N D A D V E R T I S I N G To B U L T B Y jhma, jamilian, Cdmleqan, OLSON CCNQTRUCTISIILI CO Come ln and Browse Around CHEAPPER DRUG STORE I325 o sheer 1 "" ""' ' o - - ITIFLLER I l7AlllE L I N C 0 L N ,,.- BLOOM TYPEWRITERS, INCORPORATED Your College Store Reasonable Rental Roles of the Present . . . Sales 0 Supplies ' Service 325 North l3+h S+. 2-5258 Your Family Store 'South of UN Campus in the Future! .14 -.n1iiull,,.. Hotel CORNHUSKER Lincoln, Nebraska A Q S h' l . . C ll'lll'I1B Managing Director Hotel BLACKSTONE l. gtk? Omaha, Nebraska A Edward Schimmel ?..---V Managing Director SSH? ll- Hotel CUSTER ,X Galesburg, Illinois N Bernard Schimmel U Managing Director TruI7"" no Q-El 5 - TOWN HOUSE Hotel 5143? Q Kansas City, Kansas za. Il-mal I Al Lew gg nlgilg, General Manager A Hotel LASSEN E Wichita, Kansas . - Walter Schimmel I .ul Il , f Managing Director Celebrating Forty Years of Schzmmel Service 1913 - 1953 Featuring Fine Foods In Famous Food Rooms Air Conditioned Guest Rooms Specify SCI-IIMIVIE Pg 469 I IKE! MI I4-D D DNYIIUR RADIO 1400 ON YOUR RADIO DIAL IUDLNITVV CIIANIIEI. 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Nebraska Come in and carry out a new Royal Portable For SAFE Deposit Boxes See THE COMMONWEALTH COMPANY University Place News Has Furnished Printing Service To Nebraska Wesleyan For 25 Years 27I9 No. 48 Lincoln RALPH'S IGA MARKET EASlES'l' SHOPPING IN TGWN 2638 No. 48th Lincoln Pg I74 SENIORS Adams, Lynelle ........ 113, 102, 83, 77, .78, 72, 88, 109, 108, 73, 100 Alexander, Shirley ........ 125, 83, 109, 77, 108 Anderson, Donald Alan ...................,.............. 121 Becker, Robert Theodore ............ 115, 98, 136 Beeney, William George ...................... 123, 150 Benedict, Barbara Mae Farmer .... 113, 99, 77, 151, 80, 100 Bennett, Maril n Weir ...,.................................... Benson, Arnold, Wayne ...... 127, 101, 103, 84, 96, 77, 150, 73 Boerrigter, Glen Charles .... 127, 101, 108, 150 Brown, Gloria Ann ...................,.... 119, -75, 155 blown, Robert Wayne .... 95, 121, 73, 10-7, 82 Burroughs, Donna Mae ........,.............., 117, 108 Carlson, Lloyd .......... 123, 79, 71, 76, 102, 101 Carriker, Alvin Wendell ........ 123, 76, 77, 98, 135, 90, 102, 72 Cobleigh, Beverly Iean..l19, 83, 109, 80, 99 Crawford, Pierce .........,...r....................-.,,.r. .-------- Dissmore, Colette ......................r..... 117, 93, 108 Dorsey, Barbara Iean....113, 99, 151, 89, 100 Drake, Leslie Edwin ....................... .. .................... . Dye, Betty ..........,..,.......... 117, 108, 100, 85, 155 101 Fahleson, Donald Paul ...........,.... 121, 150, Finecy, Beth Eldora .......,.... 113, 93, 77, 83, 89 Frebur , Stanley 1 ....,............................ 121, 102 Frye, Robert Iohn ...... 123, 78, 103, 72, 77, 80 Funaymama, Hatsuye Thelma ......,......,...... 108 Garrett, Kathryn Elizabeth, ......... 117, 1201, Gatch, Donald Eugene ........ 115, 101, 72910795 , Esther Ruth ....., 117, 108, 77, 85. 73, Godbelf 100, 72, so Graczyk, Richard .....r.......-Y--Y-,-----4--- ----------------- 9 8 Graver, Dale, lr ....,........-..,..-,-----------"' --'-----A--- 1 01 Hqr-rig, Guy C ,,,,,,.........,.,.,. 121, 93, 90, 95, 89 Griess, erald Alired,...127, 102, 108, 76, 101 Heise, 1-lerman Iohn .....,.................... 77, 72, 103 Heise, Mary Story ............ ,..,... ......,.. 1 0 9, 103, 80 Housh, Albert Ioseph ........ 127, 101, 103, 150, 109, 155 H-ulquist, Charles Richard ,..,..... ...123, ggi, Hultquist, Wesley ..,...................,............. 115, 135 Hunkins, Marilyn Ieanne ...... 117, 77, 75, 102, 100, 109, 93, 99, 72 Iackman, Philip 1'lerbert,...12l. 95, 73, 78, 77 Kahl, Neva lean ......,,.... 113, 100, 108, 99, 154 Kang, Paul ..... .......,......r.......... --.----1-----------1------------ Kimball, John Murray ......................-.---------1-1 121 Kreps, Burl Gene. ......................... 121, 143, 1111 Kuester, Robert Louis .............. 123, 78, 77, 155 Lenhart, Ruth Louise .... 126, ,73, 100, 103, 109 Link, Sheila Lee ........ 125, 93, 100, 99, 108, 75 Luce, Terry Lee ......................................,. 121, 103 Luther, Dale Eugene ..........,......... 121, 101, 103 McCone, Marian Beryl ............ 117, 100, 78, 80 McCosh, Io ce Lorraine ........ 117, 75, 109, 83 Magorian, Niary Lou ....... ....,...... 1 06-7, 100, 78 Beye, Eugene Dale ............. 98, 121 Borders, Calvin LeRoy ........ , ......,.. 101, Bradden, Barbara Ann ....,... ............ Brooks, Iohn Howard .......................,...... Burkhardt, Ianet Kell... ..... . Butler, Sallie lean ,,............ Cameron, Robert Glendale Choy, C rus ...................,...... Colley, Aldo .......r..,........,....... 75, 123 75, 125 Collins, Patsy Ann ,...... ............. 9 9, 126, Crone, Richard N ...,.............., Cutler, Charles Ronald .....,.. Deerns, Robert Leigh, .........,. 108, 85 ........l23 Ma ick, Bonnie Lee ..,...,....,,,.................. 126, 100 Marquardt, Victor ......... ., ........... 123, 71, 79, 75 Maxwell, Donald Edwin .......,........,.,............. , .... . Nisley, Alice Marie ,,,.. .,......,.....,...... 1 26, 75, 99 Oberrrieyer, Paul W ..........,,,......,, 123, 101, 103 Ohs, Dwight LaVerne ................ 123, 108, 150 Pangborn, Patsy Ruth, ........,,,.........,,............. 100 Peters, Marjorie H ..... 73, 108, 77, 80, 102, 85 Quaiie, Merton Albert .,.... 79, 71, 90, 93, 101 Roger, Delvin Avery ,,.... ..,..................,.. 1 27, 103 Ru y, Shirley Ann ..r....,......,....,...... 117, 99, 108 Sage, Martha Vernette ...... ,.,. 1 13, 99, 75, 151 Scrimsher, Carol Anne Y... . .....r. ............ 1 19. ILS Shaw, Evelyn Marie ............ ,...., r..r........ ................ Slater, Sylvia Carolyn .... 117, 89, 88, 93, 100 Smith, Ioan Sue ..,............, 113, 99, 73, 100, 155, Stetina, Arlene Lucille ...... 95, 113, 96, 73, 96, 156 82 Stewart, Francis Ernest ........ 121, 101, 79, 108 Thurston, Robert O .........................,..................... Tucker, William Paul. .,..,.....,.........,.................. 75 Turnbull, Beverly, Ann Ray .....,.....l.............. 125 Turnbull, Iohn ilson .................. 115, 98, 150 Uhrig, Eleanor Ieanenne ................,..,.,......,.,.,... Unvert, Donald Kieth ..................................,... 121 Unvert, Ervin Henry ...,......,,.... 121, 137, 98, 76, 101, 150, 154 Vogelsang, Thomas Leonard .,....,.....,...,...., 121 Wallis, Ruth Anna ,.,...,............... ...,.... 7 7, 72, 85 Waring, Fred Thomas .... 123, 102, 79, 71, 77, 101, 98, 80. 154 Wheeler, William Tritle ..,....,.......,........,..,..,....... Whitehead, Eva ............,.........,.....,....................... Wiegert, Wayne Wallace. ,........ 121, 109, 101 Witham, Robert Alrnon .................................. 137 Youngson, Carol Ottillis .............. 113, TUNIORS 77. 108 Allely, Donald George .... 121, 77, 80, 75:5 Ammon, Rosina Estella ..................,.......,.,..... 103 Anderson, lanice Va'garet.,103, 117, 108, 83 Anderson, Ioyce Wilma ................ 117, 88, 110 Anderson, Sidney Eugene. ..,.......,...................., . Andrews, Charles Nathan ..................,............... Baker, H. Weldon ........,..................................... 95 Berger, Margaret Ann .................. 113, 108, 101 Bevins, Rex ..,.........,.....,... ............................... Dibert, Olha .....................,......,....,...r.................... Dye, Victor Charles ...... 101, 108, 74, 96, 109, 73, 103, 127, 102 Ellsworth, Dale ..,......,,. ....., ........................ 1 2 7, 96 Grancke, Leslie Marie ...........,.. ......,................. Gerbeling, Lyndell Ann ...,...... ............,.. 1 13 Gustafson, Archie Edd. ..,..,,,...,.........,,.,.....,...... .. Hagemeister, To Ann ..............,................. 99, 117 Hagemeister, Patsy Ruth. .........,..... 78, 113, 88 Hanson, lean Marie .............. 100, 131, 132, 85 Hedges, Ned Samuel .........,....,......................,...... Hines, Betsey Lu ...,........,........,.,..... ..,.....,.. 9 l, '13 Iarvis, Ioan Arlene ...,.......,.,.........,,....,..,......... 113 Ieambey, Robert Winfield ......................,........... lenkins, Billy- loe .........................,.................... 121 Toy, Muriel ouise .......,.,,......,......,. 117, 80, 110 Kelloggi Cleda Cantrall ................,..................... Kent, arilyn Louise ...,.........,....,................... 119 Koch, Oral Dean .....,........,.....................,...,..... 121 Lehr, Francis Leon ..................,,...........,...,,........... Lieurance, Sally Ann ............., 77, 113, 103, 88 Liglgtbody, Iames Edgar ...... 80, 101, 123, 143 Lipe, Duane Henry ..,......,,..................,.. 103, 123 Lucke, Rosemary ......,......... 77, 78, 119, 88, 83, 110, 155 Luginbill, Elizabeth Ann .,.,.............,..,... 78, 113 Luschei, Ioan Ruth ..,.., 78, 113, 108, 102, 101 Mahlin, Mary Lou ...........................,...... ,.,......... 8 5 Mahlman, Charles Ned ...................................,.,.. Manning Rosemary Maxine .....,,.,..... 125, 108 Maris ordon Allen ....,....,,.......,..... 98, 123, 83 Menefee, Allen . .....,,........,...,...........,......,,.........,. .. Miles, Wayne Roberts ..., ......................,........,.. 9 4 Miller, Doris Mae ..,........... 80, 100, 78, 74, 117 Moeller, Charles Iames ...,,.....,,.............. 78, 121 Montgomeryu Lois Eileen ................................ 99 Moore, Yancey Scott ,........... .... 7 7, 121, 79, 102 Morton, Terry Lee .......,........,.,......,....,,,........... 115 Nagele, Iames Richard .................. .....,.. 1 37, 98 Nelson, Ruth Edelle .......... .....,,. 1 17, 89, 108 Norris, Margaret lean .,........ ..... ,.,,.,.,. 1 2 5, 75 Olson, Dayton Lavern .......... ...,......,....... 1 03 Palmateer, Harriet Ora ....... l ......, 119, 99 LATSCH BROTHERS 1 I THOMAS HARDWARE lI24 O St. EVERY HARDWARE NEED 'A' Luggage 'k Greeting Cords ir Pens 'A' Portable Typewriters ir Stationery i' School Supplies I 2739 No- 48111 Lincoln age I75 if liltf FOR THINGS YOU NEED EVERY DAY THINK OF THE BEN FRANKLIN STORES I 2731 No. 48th 6208 Havelock Lincoln Visit Your New l L L w - ig ' . Q Jlmf- '7L2W67v1P-frllfie Q M SMITH ROYAL I E' V RENTAL - SALES - senvice P E N N E Y S , Satisfaction Always LINCOLN TYPEWRITER CO. At The CROSSROADS ir: OF LINCOLN L' '30 T 951. The Store Thot Thrift Built HINKLE MACHINE SHOP 2723 No. 48th Lincoln "Have Green's furnish your kitchen. bath and laundry" Green's carry a complete line ot quality plumbing and heating equipment and have experienced men to install ancl service. GREEN FURNACE 81 PLUMBING CO., INC. 2747 North 48 St. 6-2377 "Your Certitie d Lennox Furnace Dealer" Paustian, Marjorie Ruth,....,..... Pearson, Ianet Maxineu .......... Priest, Norman iames .... .. .... ...... Rainiorth, Ierry Miles ..........,,,. Robeus, Clcrryce Ann ........ 125, 110, 157, Rogers, Rogene ................A..Y......................... Rosenau, Beth ,......... 1.................... .,......... 1 0 7, Rosenau, Harold Eugene ...... ..,..... 1 23, 75, Rouleau, Helen ............,..,....... ..................., Sample, Rex Lee. ..................,........................ Schlichtimier, Iames Paul ............ 121, 79, Schuelke, Carolyn Brooks ........ 106, 107, 102, 74 Seng, Charles LeRoy ..,....,.......... .... .,,...., 1 4 3, 98 Siaughter, Mary Elaine ...........................,............ Slosson, Sara Lee .................. 119, 102, 108, 80 Stephens, George Louis ..................,................... Strait, Lieorge .......,,,,..........,.......,...... ,.... .,............. Timm, Mona Lee ............ ,...,, ........ 1 2 5, 85, 108 Unvert, Allen Dale ...,.,.......,... ..................... Van Nostrand, Marilyn ......... ...,....,,........ Walden, Donald Dean .......... ........ 1 15, Westrom, Walter E, ,........,., .,............. Wheeler, William Tritle ........... .............,.......,.. Williams, David Eugene ...,..................,. 115, 79 Williams, Stanley Allen .............,,,.......,........ l1Villoughby, Scotty Winfield ...,...... .......... Wilson, Helen lean ,..,.. . .,...................,........,.... 1 ..., . Wright, Thomas Lee ,.,...,. . ........r...................... 121 Young, Nancy ...,....... ........ . ..,.. . Abker, Larry ..................,.,,...,,............. 123, 75, Adams, lim .....,,.,.........................,.,............. 127, Aliiche, Lillian ....,... ....,........., ...,..,, 0 4 , Allen, Bill ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,...,..... .,,,.,......,............ 1 21 Anspaugh, Bruce ....,.....,.......,,..,...,... 76, 121, Asp, Gerry ..................,,,.........., 125, 108, 110 Babcock, Carol Ann ............,,......---.-----,-, 109. Baldwin, Donald ...........r . ........,,,...........------- - Bancroft, Iohn ................ ,... .,.... 1 1 5, Burger, Bruce ........ ............... ...... 1 2 3, Barnett, Rary ............ ..,..,.r.r......................... Becker, Clifiord ........ ..................... 1 .....,....,,.,.. Bilba, Carrol ............... .......... 1 25, 108, 110, Bloomgren, Paul ...... Boldebuck, Don ......... Bond, Marlene ...,.... Brown, Carol ....... Brown, Nancy ...... Brown, Bill ........... Buell, Lyle ................... Buresh, Marvin ......... , Burger, lean ............... Burton, Truman ..,... Busekist, Donna .,....... .......... .....,.....,,123, "'ffffIfIff1f'ilSQ"'i'1'5"" 113 167 98 15, 143, 125. 88, 85 751 119 Bush, L nette ........ Castro, Llustorgio ...... Clifford, Gary ..r......., Cline, Donn ............... Clipson, Iohn ........,....... Combs Mar Lou Cramef, Willla Deering, Donna ........... Douglas, lean ........ ,.....,.117 ............,..115, 48 .,........115, 109, .. ,.,. ........... 9 3, ...............119, . .,....... 113, 110, Duer, Lois .............. .--,.....------...AY--..-- 1 19. Ellis, Vemori .......... 123 Enns, Herbert ,.... ....,, ,....r. ..........,,,-...-,- 4-----.--.- Evers, Ma.rve ........ ......,,.,.. . .127. 90. 89. 101. Fike, lohn ...,...................................,...... 121. 95. Finkner, Arnold .......... . ........,...,.......--..---- 90. Garner, Walt .......... ,, .,....,..,.,.,,,.,....... 98, George, Beverly .......... Giles, Richard ........ Gilman, Dean ........ 19, 88, 89, 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 Hale, Daisy .......,,... .................................. 1 13, 49 Hanson, Marie. ..... ........ 1 26, 131, 100, 85, 49 Hanson, Roy .............,.............,...,...................,.. 49 Harden, lohn ...... .............. 9 8, 143, 127, 102, 49 Harrison, Homer ................., 93, 90, 89, 102, 49 Havlicek, Iohn ............................ ---.------------ 1 15. Henderson, Gerald .....,..... ..... ...........1..... - .----- Hoggins, Victor ...........,.... 123, 98, 143. 150, Horner, Paul .,........... ...................-.-. 1 23. 98. Hunt, Mack .......,....,.,. .....................,..... 1 15, Hunter, Lewis ........... ............ 1 21, 82, 94, Huston, Don .,..,..,.,,,...... ........., 1 21, 103, 75, Jennings, Richard ........ ,... ......,,........... 1 4 3, lewett, Bob ,............... lohnson, George .... lohnson, Lester ...... Iohnston, loyce ........ Keeier, Ron ............ Kilian, Phyllis ....... Kitchen, Tom ......... Koenig, Ioyce. .,..,...,. . Kroeger, Ierry ........... Krondak, Elaine ...... Kyes, Marilyn ......r. ...,..,.127, QQQffQQ'i'i?A."' ,.,,.,..,.143, 98, 150, 113 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 Ladine, Carol ............ ......,.,., 1 19, 79, 110, Larsen, Iudy ...r.....r........ 1 ..,..... 119, 103, 110, Lawson, Bob ........ ,........ .......,.....,....... 1 1 5, 150, Le La Cheur, Diane ....,,......., 127, 110, 132, Lemmon, Gary ............. ,..,.,.. ..... . . 121, 73, Leslie, Bob .,.............., ..........,...... 1 43, 123, Lewis, lack .......,........ r.......r.,. 1 15, 143, 102, Lewis, Dick ..............r.......,.,................ Lindstrom, Ieanne ......,..... 93, 126, Linke, Charles ........., Linton, Marilyn ......... .123, 98, 50 84, 89, 131. 100. 50 136 103, 50 Livers, Verla ........,. . ..,.,.. 119, 79, 110, 85, 50 Lowson, Aileen ........... Lund, Dou las ..... ..,. Lutes, Bargara ........... McCosh, Don ....,....,. McDonald, Merle ....... McE1ravy, Allen .......... Mclntosh, Ruth .........,... Mclilaught, Vtfaldon ........ Maley, Bill ......,.............. Martin, Donna ....r..r.... Martin, Virginia ...... Massie, Icmice . ..... . .1 .......................,... .....,....113, 73, 85, ...,.,..,12l , 15. . ....,... 127, ........123, .,........113 Miille, Dorothy .....,..,..,......,....,..,... ,...117, , Miller, Marian ,.,.,. .............. 1 17, 108, 94, 51, Miller, Ianice ........r.....,.,..... 88, 108, 89, 131, Mills , Frank ...................,..,.. Monson, Beverly ............ Murphy, Erin ,.,...,..... Mussman, Gary .......... Nelson, Sanford ,.,.... Newbur , Iay ......,... Noren, Charles ....... Norton, Nancy .........., Odaers, Dick. ...,..,.,..,.... , ,..121, 93, 90, 89, ....119, 99, 89, 110, .....,.1l7, 51, az, 51 ..QQQ1Q1QQI1IQQIfi3iiQ'A'5if .........121, 96, 73, ....ffIQffQQQfIlffiill as as Oestrnann, luanalee ..,.. ..,r...... 1 19, Olson, Ron .....r...,......... ........... 1 43, 98, 150, Panicucci, Arno ,... ...... .........,. 1 2 3, 150, 83, Phillips, Marilyn .,.......... ....................... , 113, Pitcaithley, Ian.. ...,..........,. ............r....,,. 1 25, Raymond, Geraldine ...,.... .,...... ' .l26, Richards, ludy ......,.....,,.. ......... 1 23, Blaine ,........ ...... Rieke, Ritter, Aubyn ..,..... Ritter, Claudia ........ Ritter, Maryjean ..... Roper, Carolyn ............ Rape., Duoine ............... Rosecrans, Gayle ............ Rudd, Carolyn ...,,..... 125 ...........98, , ............ 125 108 110, iIQI1IQ1111'iii3f"i657235 73 94 99 102, 1 ' S3-, 157, 82, Ruth, Ioyce ..,,..,.................,......... 126, 99, 108, Sandiort, Lenore .... .,.. ........,............... 1 2 6, Sautter, Chester ..... .....,.... 1 23, 76, 90, Shick, Frances ,.....,..... .,........, 1 17, 108, Schleiger, Libby, ..,,.....,. ,.,,..,..,, 1 25, 110, Schwenk, Melvin ........... .,.....,................ 1 21, Scott, Betty .....,........,... .....,........,,,..,,,,,,, 1 17, Seng, Nancy ............ ..,....., 1 13, 110, 100, Settell, Pat ............ .r.,,,........,.......... 1 10, Shaw, Iim .................. ..................... 1 15, 93, Shippen, Ernie ........ ......,.,................. 9 0, 89, Smith, Io ...........,.....,., .,........ 9 9, 96, 103, 73, Smith, Hal ..,.,..,..........,.. ..........,.,. 1 21, 79, 90, Smith, lean Anne ,...,.. ...,........,. 1 19, 110, Smith, Leroy ..,.,........ ......... 1 21, 79, Spencer, Carl .....,.. eruing Lincoln and Nebraska ....,........127, FOR QVER ARTHUR OWENS 8 O owner- mecfgn agiufod OF LINCOLN MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Page I77 To Our Past and Future Customers ' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK SERWCE ' Qi8Li11L ' COURTESY 70,000 Sittings in I0 Years .mth AND 0 Foremosf in the Midwest' 714 Security Bldg. 2 6272 126, 110 f . -...N Roper 8 Sons Morluary egg 1F,4I7"N-'f-- , .1 ,, ,514 E 321-1 , 3 jc x ,.-xg -1171 , 'Al-" f .'d""2f'i' .nE'- r .2 5 5,5 A ,Iv UQ t. , ,2' .f fa , ' ' y " . MX as 1,11 l 7 '1 'J gif ,ff ' f' 'h 15: f 5.7, V ' 53,1 1' ,. Vg, , ww -rgjlmlg-fe 2 IAQ," X I- '...1. Uprown Salon, 2Il So. I3 .,..,.,,,.,,,,., 2-2I I6 orface, zn so. I3 .......,....,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, 2-1717 MEEK I-UMBER C0- Pieclmonr Salon, I257 So. Corner .... 4-5774 BUILDING MATERIAL AND COAL En Mm' .J4r!aira,re:Mer 2441 No,48fl1 Lin In Baldy and Friends We have been Eroucl of fhe Sruclenrs of Nebraska Wesleyan Unfversiry for 'rhe 'rhirfy years we have een on our corner. Boldy, wirh his seven fool heighr, is iusr one of many Thai' have helped make H' a grear insrilurion of learning- MAYO DRUG CO. "The Drug Sfore on 'lhe Corner" 2700 No. 481'l1 Lincoln, Nebraska Spencer, Ioan ...... 108 1 1 1 I Stanford, Ioan .........,.... ....... 1 25. Steider, Vada Fae ......., ..A....... 117, Stoddard, Darrell ,....,. ,.Y,........... Story, Bill ................... ....l.,............ Struthers, Clayton ..,.... ....................... Suiter, Bob ...........,Y,..... .-............-..A.... 7 9, Tuttle, Beth .......,........... .......... 1 17, 108, Ung, Demetrio ......l..,..... ....................... Van Boening, Gary ..,...... ................... Vanderslice, Rebecca ........... ,...l....ll....... . 126, Velte, Glenice .......,........................,...1....... 117, Vrana, Mildred .....................,,.....,... 126, 108, Vrana, Ruby ........................ 117, 110, 88, 85 Walker, Rex ..,.......,.,..................,,. 96, 89, 107 Wallace, Tom ..,.........1..........., ............. 1 21, 79. Weatherhogg, Carolyn ...........,........ 113, 83, Westfall, Ioan ....,................. ...,.,....-,.....-- Wiltse, Gary ...,..........,.....,r. ....... 8 2. 95 Wiltse, Rowan ....... ....................... Witt, Beverly ..,....,......,.............,,...r.... 117, 108, Wurz, Charlene ...........r............r................. 113 Zahn, Rosalie. ............................. 113, 96, 110 FRESI-IMEN S3 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 S3 53 53 Alexander, Audrey Fae ....r.........,. 125, 131, 55 Alfs, Ronald Iohn ..............r................,.,.... 121 55 Allely, Iohn Robert .,................................ 121, 55 Allen, Darlene Wood ..........,........... 110, 119, 55 Allison, Earl Richard .............. 101, 115, 73, 97 Anderson, Clifford Glen .,...., . .............,.. 55, 123 Anderson, Marilyn Cleone ..................,. 125, 55 Anson, Brooke Bowen ..,.,.................. , .............. 55 Aregood, Sylvia Elizabeth .... 131, 89, 103, 94, 126, 96. 93, 55 Armstrong, Ieanne N .....,............... .... ....r....,.... 5 5 Atkins, Robert Allenn. ...............,....,........ 121, 55 Aupperle, Darrell Eugene, ..... ,, ..........,.... 55 Baer, Llocyd Lee ...,...,..... . ........... ., ......... 90 55 Bagby, enneth Charles ....... . .,.... 136, 123 Barber, Iean Lynette ..........., .,......... 1 31, 117 Barron, Daphne Lee, .,.,. . ..... ., ................... .55 Barry, Roger,Workman ..........,.......r......,........ 121 Bartlett, Audrey Ann ....... ............. 1 08, 113, 131 Beavers, Donna Lou ..,,................ 108, 126, 130 Beebe, Irene Mildred ..........,..........,...... 126, Beishline, Richard Robert Bernard, Shirley Ann ...r............r..... 131, Bitierman, Don Roger. ...... . 113 132 121 95 55 Blakeney, Arvin Lerow ...............,..........,....,.... 55 Bowmaster, Charles illiam .......,.,...... 121 56 Brauning, Wayne Frank .......,..,................,...,.. 56 Bralymen, Mary Ioan ...,...........,.............,,. 113 56 Bre ke, Thelma I .... ...........,.,... 1 26, 73, 131, 56 Brinkman, Melvin Wayne .,.............,.......,...,.... 56 Brown, Iames Colfax ........r..............,..,.,. 115, 56 MATTHEWS TEXACO Firestone Tires Buchanan, Doris Mae ...... ......,........,........ 1 31, 56 Buck, William Day ........,....... 136, 143, 121, 56 Buckingham, Gene M .....,,............... , ,............... 56 Budovich, Tatiana . ..........................,.............. 130 Burgason, Carrol Dale .,.,.,,.. .................... 5 6 Bur am, Robert Marion ......... .,..................,... 5 6 Burnett, Muriel Sandra. ....,.................... 119, 56 Butler, Bonita Lu ........,..............,..,... 110, 119, S6 Calvert, Marian Elizabeth ............ 130, 125, 56 Calvert, Tom Dale ,........... . ...........,... 115, 79, 56 Calvin, Ronald A ........ ,... ......... . ..,. ...... ............... 5 5 Cameron, Carolyn Elizabeth .... 130, 126, 106, 107, 56 Cheung, Wellington Wing-Kong .,................ 56 Chung, Raymond Chi-Ping ...... l 7, 104, 105, 56, 1 Clark, Eugene Russell ........, Clarke, Mary Eleanor ......., """"fffIIffii5l'A Cole, Stanle Mason ,..,........ Coleman, Milan Stuart ...... 1. Collins, Cayle Marilyn ........, .......... 1 13, Cooper, Diane ...........,.....,...... .................... Cordell, Mark William .......... ....... 1 23, Cox, Elizabeth fBett 1 .... ..... ....... 1 0 3, Crawford, Barbara Ilan ........................ 117, Cumming, Robert Emil .......... . ......................... Cugrren, Dorothg Ann ..... .79, 131, 84, 103, Dappen, Ardis ee ..................,..,,................... Dappen, Robert Neil .......,...,,,.,.,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,....., Davidson, Loren Lee .....,.,, ,,,.,,,.,,.......,,,,,,,,,,, Davis, Alice Iane ............ .......,..,. 1 19, 110, Davis, lmogene Daisy ........... , , , Dawson, Ioyce Ioan ..............., 117, 79, 132, Dewey, David Lynn .....,.......,,.......................,,., Dunbar, Mary Io ............. Edwards, Frank ............. Eliason, Robert W .......... .........1l0, 125, Ellis, Beverly ........,...,.,.. .....,,,,,,, 1 17, 130, Elswick, Iohn .....,.....,. ........ 1 21, 90, 80, Emry, Gloria .......... ,... . .,,,, , ,,13U, 132, Emry, Nina Lee ....,....... ..,,,....,.,,,,,,,,,,, 1 31, Fisher, Thomas ....,..........,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Forney, Marguerite .................. 79 132 , , 1562" Foster, Cliff .........,........... ..... Foster, Paul ..,...,.,.........,................,..,. 103, , Francisco, Mary Ann .............. 113, 131, , 01 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 Davis, Cynthia Ann ......,..,.........................,...... 57 80 131 88 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 57 95 Frandsen, Bethel K ......,........., 103, 131,13fi, Freeman, Gary Lee.. ..... ..,.. ,.,.,,,, , ,,,, ,.,,,, . , , , Friederich, Charles E ........ Fritz, D 'd ....,,. , ......,..,, ,,,.,, avi .......,.................... 57 Frv, Charlaine D ........... ...... ...............,.,..,.,,,,,.., 5 7 Fullriede, Ianet Norine ...,.. ..110, 108, 131, 57 Garlow, Carol Rae .,........,,,..,,, 113, 110, 88, 57 Georgeson, Paul .............. .....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 21, 57 Godbey, Tom .................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 21, 57 Goodman, William I ......... ,,,.,,,,,.,,, 5 7 SERVICE And Accessories Green, Griffiths, Gruhn, Gurney, Paul Dwayne ....... Haase, Kutrinka Lue ........,....... 131, 103, 84 Corene ............. .........,,............ 1 30 Frank ..,..............,. ....................,..,.. Doyle Dean ......... ..........,,.............. Haddix, Lois Helen ,..,.. ........... ,... . . .125, 131. Haller, Hansen, Hansen, Hansen, Harder, Richard Neal .....,. Robert Duane. ....... Wayne Franklin ,........... ........ii........ . Florance Imogene ......,.....i....... 117 Harlan Eugene ....... ............--. ........115, ........l15, Harrington, Richard Lee. ........ ......... .. Hartley, P-hyllis Ioan, .......... 1-Iaupt, Shirley Ann ...................i..,........... I-lershner, Donna Rae ...............,....,. 79, ...........ll0, Hilgenfeld, Madelyn Ann .,.... . ....... . ....... 113, Hil , Sheralee Florence ........ ............ 8 4, 131 Hill, William Iohn, lr ....................... 171, 94, I-Iirschfeld, Helen Elizabeth. .,............... 113, Hirschfeld, Lvdia Charlotte .................... 33, Hoffman, Edgar Henry ..,......................,.. 123, Holland, Harold Carson .......................,.,1 .i... Horner, Erma Ruth .......................... 126, 132, Howard Renneth Norton ,..,.... . ..,,........... 115 Hrubesky, Mary Anne ............ 113, 131, 79, Humghrey, Marian Lee .................. 126, 131 Hutc ens, Leon Edward ......,... 123, 89, 90, Hutchings, Rczger Herrick .............,..i..... 123, Imi , Nancy laire .....,..........., 126, 80, 131, gaclggman, Richard LeRoy ................ 127, 90, cob D w' Jack a s, ar in. James, Iacquelirie .................. 1 25, 131, 110 Ianke, Vera Louise ...... ...............,ir.. 1 13, 110, Eepson, Ieanice Carol ..., ..r..... 1 17, 131, 88, oekel, Ronald Gene ......,.........,....,........ ,...... ohnson, Carol Bernice ...............,.......... 119, ohnson, Nancy Denice ...........,.,...,........ 131, ordan, Waycne Louis ...................,..............,... urica, Fran Iohn... ............,............................ Kahl, Clifford Earl ..,.,............... 136, 121, 98, Keck, Darrell Lee, .,.,..... ...,.,................,..,,. . . Keefer, Ray Eugene ..... - .,.,..,.....,............ 60, Keller, Donald Ralph .............. 123, 136, 98, Kessler, Clarence ...... . ..,................,,. ........ . King, Charles Duane ................,............. 121, King, Dale Thomas ..................r..................... Knopp, Melvin Stanley ...........,..................... Krause, Gene Elvin ............i.......................... Kunkel, Dorothy Ann .............. 125, 130, 85, Ladel , Charles Albert, ........,...................... . Lampfiere, Iohn Bernard ............................. Lang, Russel1'Clark ........ 105, 107, 121, 90 Lannin, Larry Dean ....,....,.........,...,........,...... Lanz, Alice Mae .......... ............ 1 06, 107, 131 Larkin, Donald Iames .....,.......................... 90 Lauer, Iohn Ierome .........,....,..,.......,,,,....,,..,,.. Lautenschlager, Io Anne ........,...., 131, 113 , f' Our 40111 Year v ,,,f , .,., rf r ,lx . lzl V g, as An., ,g r I if 2 e ,- 4725 ST. PAUL 2304 No. 48t'f1 Lincoln age I79 I 1 ,.84, 131, I 1 1 DRS. TAYLOR 84 TAYLOR PHIYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 4728 SI. Paul Lincoln DR. E. S. MATI-IERS DENTIST 2726 No. 48+I1 6-2248 I I 1 1 I CONGRATULATIONS A SENI ORS 264I N III I .A jiend I GATES INSURANCE AGENCY CECIL C. GATES 4807 S+. Paul L I x l 1 I Leafgren, Carole Beth .....,.............. 119, 110, 61 Lee, Bernard .....................A................................ 61 Lehr, Rita Dolores .................... 119, 110, 88, 61 Longacre, Kay Ruth ....,,....., 131, 126, 106, 107 Lucke, Shirley I .....................,........... . ........,...... 61 Lyss, Ronald Iarnes .,...,.................. 150, 123, 61 McClelland, Marion Gladys ........,......... 130, 61 Macy, Marvin LeRoy ................ 98, 137, 121, 62 Magill, Shirley Claire .....l............., 113, 130, 62 Marshall, Dorcas Elnora .........,.... 131, 126, 62 Macy, Marvin LeRoy ....,... ,..... 9 8, 137, 121, 62 Magill, Shirley Claire .................... 113, 130, 62 Marshall, Dorcas Elnora ................ 131, 126, B2 Martens, Faye Marie .............. 108, 88, 89, 110, 131, 62 Merritt, Clark Alan ........,,.,...........,..,................. 62 Meyers, LaVerne Elaine ................ 113, 131, 62 Mil er, Donna lean ........,................. 119, 110, 62 Miller, Ianet Rae ...... 108, 89, 88, 131, 62, 157 Miller, loyce ...........,..,....................... 117, 131, 62 Miller, Loyal Eldon ......,......,............................ 62 Minchow, William Henry ............,, 98, 137, 62 Miner, lanet Sue, ...,....,...,.....,..,......,.........,.,...... 62 Misner, Marilyn Mae .......,.............,.,..,... 130, 62 Morris, Barbara lean ...... 125, 131, 68, 110, 62 Moyer, Iames Wesley ..........,..,.................,...... 62 Mueller, Lyle ................,........................,..........,. 62 Myers, Iacqueline .......,...... . .............,.............., 62 Nelson, Ion Ronald .........l...,,...,......... 137, 98, 62 Nelson, Marjorie Sue .......,..,, 126, 131, 110, 62 Nispel, lack Eugene .,.....,......,....,...... Z ..,.. 121, 62 Nixon, Ruby Faye .................. 125, 131, 108, 62 Norton, Karen Ramona. ..,.. 131, 110. 106, 107, 79, 126, 62 Ogle, Brenton Richard ....................l........,...... 62 Olsen, Elaine Agnete ...................... 130, 113, 62 Olson, lean Eileen .........,..,....... 110, 131, 79, 63 Olsutka, Clifford Thomas ...................,,,...,..,... B3 Osborne, Iohn LeRoy ..,.....,..,.............,,... 121, 63 Palmer, Edith Marie .........,,..... 131, 79, 126, 63 Park, Iohn Thornton ....,.,..,....................,. 127, 63 Patterson, Merry Sandra ......,.,......,.... ,,..... ..... 6 3 Paulsen, Norman .,................. .................... 6 3 Perkins, Miner Thomas ...... ................., 1 27, 63 Peters, Edwin Stalone ....... .....,,..,..,,,,....,...... 6 3 Peters, Virginia Lois ...........,.....,.,,. 131, 117, 63 Peterson, Doretta Iean .........,.. 131, 103, 84, 63 Pieper, lclonna Louise ..,.,...,,.......... 110, 119, 63 Platt, Phyllis Ann .............. ........... 9 5, 131, 63 Pont, Robert Emery ,............ ...,.,.......,....,,.,, 6 3 Potter, Eugene Donald ......... ..................., 6 3 Pow-ell, Kenneth Dean ........... ................ 6 3 Priesner, Darold Carl. ......,..,,,.....,................... 63 Reddish, Ianet lean, ..,,.,......................,..,. 117, 63 Reed, Glen A ................ ...98, 123, 143, 137, 63 Reynolds, Darwin Boyd .,.,..........,...,............... 63 Richards, Morris LaVern .............. 1 .................,. 6 3 Ricketts, Ronald DeLee ........ ........ 1 23 Wilkinson, Shirley Mae ..............,, 132, 119, 66 Rivers, Leslie Dwight ............. .......... 6 3 Wilkinson, Susan Claire ............ ..132, 119, 66 Robertson, Arthur ouis ...............,.................. 63 Wilson, Donna Io .............. 85, 131, 84, 103, 66 Rockey, Vernon Coe ..,..................................... 64 Wiltlang, Merlin O ....................,...... 98, 137, 66 Rodawag, Darrel ,........,....., ,... . ..........., . ..........., 6 4 Winfield, Barbara Anne ................,. 117, 79, 66 Rogge, orma Mae ............. -...131, 110, 88 64 Wright, Terrence Charles ................,.,,., 121, 66 Roth, Norma Iean. ................... 110, 131, 119, 64 Yanike, Robert Dean .........,,.,...,. 89, 90, 127, 66 Rather, Ladene Marie....110, 132, 126, 86 64 Young, Marjorie Sue .,,,,...... ,, ........... 131, 89, 66 SCIClil1Off, 10 Ann A ...,....................... 106, 130 64 Zaugg, Lois Ardelle ..................,. ..,, 1 17, 131, 66 SCI'111CtEmler, DOI11 ,.... ........ 1 21, 137, 90, 98, 64 Ziggatoos, Barbara Iean ....., 88, 131, 125, 96, Slllarfa, Dgrolhy Iegrme ....,.,. 110, 66, 156 i ey, arbara nn ..,....... , , , glililolrl Elaine, ....................... mit , a e oy ....... ......... . ............. , , Speidel, lean Kathryn ...,......,......,.......... 117, 64 I Spilker, Verneal Doris...,125, 88, 110, 131 64 S spalrr, Charles Lee ..,.......,.............,........,...,,..,.. 64 Hansen. Druallla ----4-4-----4------------------'--- -------- 5 3 stein, Neil Leslie ..,............,...,...,.....,..,,.... 123, 64 Hunter. Rah --ev 1 ---r------'4--A4 A --A-,--4-4---A----- -------- 5 5 srsrrrlrs, Ronald Gene ..... , .....,...,...........,.. 127 64 Hulahmsan. Shlflav ----" -'A----- 5 8 Stickney, Irma Faye ........................................., 64 10l'mf-On' Margaret ------ -'------ 5 8 slaalr, Carolyn Grace .,.. 088, 125, 132, 89 64 Kelso. Clarence ,,-.-'.-,-- ------r- 5 9 slarrsn Louise .........,..,,........,......,.,,.,,,,,.,. 117 64 Klusmarl. Richard ---.-- ---r-AsA 6 8 Stone, Robert Dean .......,......,,...,.................... 64 K0Ch. Rlflhflfd ------r-4s--'- -------- 5 3 Swanson, Dolores Ioan .,.,,,........ 119, 131, 110, Komflisul Tefliflke ------ --'----- 5 3 55, 157 Macky, Adelaide .....,.. . .....,, 68 Swigart, Donald Leslie .................1.....,.. 121, 65 M?1'Ce1'. lamaa ----------- '----- - 53 Tanner, Neil Frank ......,......,,............. 90, 121 55 Mlnefff lohn ----4------ -------- 5 8 Ta lor, Leon Ernest ......,.,..,,..............,...... 123 65 Miller' H0590 r----r- -A-----58 Tegelle, 1'eanalee.,l31, 110, 113 104, 105 65 OICIGFOQU Arlene ------- --s-s- s -53 Thober, Alan Lynn ...............,...........,...,,... 121 65 Pfmnml 1el'VY -------'- s-s----- 5 3 Thomas, Iohn William ............,....,.................... 65 Richards. Dale ..... s --s---- 53 Thompson, Boyd Eugene .,...................... 137 65 Smllh, 12163431911 -.,.-----1- rr------ 5 8 Thomas, Glenn Allan ...,........................,,.,........ 65 Stems, RiChUl'd ...--...- ---.---- 5 8 Thurman, Betty Ioan ..............,,.,..., 132, 117 65 Stotts, Alflrha ....................---...-.-1- --...--- 5 5 Tietjen, Carole Ieanette ,.... .,....... 1 31, 84, 104, UTVYIIEF. Yla ............- . .-,......,,........-. -....-,. 5 8 I A 131 Whitehead, Eva .......,..,.............,....,... ...... , ,68 Timm, Caro e nn ,................. , , Towle, Niles Iacobs ...... . .......,,..............,........... 65 Trautman, lane Ardyce ........ 131, 108, 119 65 Bmlels Donna A.,-l .,.- .---.-.. 5 9 Tfenkle. Leo Ralph ..........................-........--.-....- GS sales 'Barbara ...... use Tuttle, Raymond Dale ....... ............................... 6 5 Benecllcl Glenna """'Ai"'4 "" ' ' -.-...-' 5g Upham, Lesley Ieanne .,,.................,..........,,... 65 Bley Wally """" ' ll l BQ Van Cleave, Lawrence ,..... ...........,.. 1 37, 98 65 Bllml Mcrleng 'i"i"""""" ""'5g Vanier, Katherine lane ............,............. 126, 65 Bredlhauel, """' """ ' '69 Vencill, Iacqueline Lee 1,... ...110, 113- 131 65 Clllllclllll Noel lemlngjjjj .lll ""' Q fag Vermeer, Lynn Eugene .,.,.,.,.............,..........,... 66 Dcwls Almelle llllllll 69 Volzke, Bonnie lean ..,.,, 108 110 132, 126 66. lg-redslrom Shirley 59 Wadlow, iames Laverne ......,................,........ 66 Jewell Dal hlne """"" """ ' 59 Wagner, Charlotte lean .,.,,........... 113, 110 ss lollnsdn Bgllmm' 4-'AA' -"""' 6 9 Walker, Barbara Ann ............,............... 131, 66 Mcccmlg Mm, llll """ """" 6 9 Walker, Roger Lee ,......,.. ......,...,.,................... 6 6 Mqdron Eonnqy """" """' ' 59 Washington, Rodrick Charles .......,...,.. 137 66 O den ' lean """"""' """' ' 69 Westerholt, Betty Ann ............ 131 108, 88 66 Sgndeljs Slllrlg """"""""" """" 5 9 Westerholf, Ioyce Lee ,.,....... 110, 131, 108, 66 G 1 Y """' "" ' " . 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