Nebraska Wesleyan University - Plainsman Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)

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' - 'ff' j - 1 fu ..,, ....,,ff F- 'VQJQ , ' Ark' V l Qian. ,,,,...: 1 1 1 I -:Q Zfi' 31 "" 4 , f 2, :Jr l 1 YU-I 'If' I --ull' 9 Z- X ,.,,, 441 .,: ,.: ' - ,xx 2 A i A-+!,l..Ai-W, , , ffxim f-xii? if KW as ,t DR. CARL C. BRACY CHHNCELLOR OP THE UNIVERSITY Dr. Carl Bracy, one of the most popular "men about campus", is respected highly and regarded as a friend by the students of Nebraska Wesleyan. Known as "Chan" to all of us, he is the man who sits at the steering wheel and guides the administra- tive policies ol our institution. The "Chan", his Wife, and three children live in a cozy house on Huntington Where life for them holds much the same joys and tribulations that it does for most American families. A 1 Pl Q 1 . M ti. . - i vi" ,,, wel LELAND A. FORREST Dean of Campus ETHEL M. IOHNSON Dean of Women lhfxr 1 I DEANS Dean Forrest, Dean Iohnson, and Dean Mickey uphold With sincerity and efficiency their responsibilities of guid- ing and counseling students through- out their college experiences. Dean ot the College--a friendly man with cr keen interest in the successes and failures oi each individual student. Dean of Women-vitally concerned With the happiness and welfare of every girl. Dean of Men-the genial friend and confidant of Wesleyan boys. DAVID MICKEY Dean of Men ia.,,,f Q-in 3 x .f Q' I . I ' ' I1 .2-3.52. .1Al,.lJ'51- lin-gif' . , iuzi N: . .gh . .df nw-I--1' J' ,- - pd' '.mTJ1'jggfi:If34.i'.2-J-' ' fm?-m,..'il "1 'yu wif.. -C',4"14' ' .-'..-1'1.'.fPl..f Yv2't'l"" iw 5.5955 I my -' gm a-.rigging-:.3,.5H:,21511 mfr p1g.L.J1'L-Er' i .tfiiligfi ,..'iQQl1.'l.i1fJl 279. iff? li? Iww' ,,,rl:1l:wJ- cw.-.N ,nw'...-- ..-' 'sf?'ic.'f+'s1 ' .. -as Y- f ,uhmm-as 1 FRED C. HESS Direcior of Public Relations VICENTE A. COLON Director of Hdmissions a v f-,f,.. -:'g.,.g . , "f'-aff e . li., VIRGIL WELCH Flssistcmt to the Chancellor IAMES E. BARTLEY Business Mcznclger- Treasurer HELEN LUSCHEI Registrar i fav" I J, , .51- f Qum- 'Y 1 f' W1 fin 73' ' I .um B " - by ' ' -sf -, f 2 1,,gA' W .. 3 B . - ' 3:15 5 F X X vi - I1 . . L OSCHR P. BENNETT ETHEL L. BOOTH CLHRH R. BRFINDT Professor of Voice Professor of English Director oi Health KHTHERINE P. BROWN CHLLEN E. GLENN DHLE E. CHSE Professor of Geography Assistant Professor of Professor of Political Science Modern Languages and Sociology JOHN CHTE Secretary to the Dean NETTIE CLRRK MHMIE E. CORNS Flssociate Professor of Hssociate Professor of Education Economics and Bxisiness Administration ,asv fe xt.- A O' v Ut'-w9,if'1 'Q al" 1 . I Xu -x '11, -fl l ' i its , 'iv I lla Y 1 ii ' to I ' " gi ' '-,' 1-5 f it cgi few I Q ag, ' ' - I . x A SRM DRI-IL R. W. DEFIL WILLIS I. DUNN Professor of Education Professor of Psychology Hssistant Professor of Sociology WHLTER R. FRENCH Hssociate Professor of Physics BETTY EBERHRRT Head Resident of Iohnson Hall 3:3 DOROTHY IEHN FURNISH Assistant Professor of Christian Education WHLTER G. ELWELL Instructor in Physics -R V 7555, A xl .6 2 " ffl, x . in -, '-:'i.':f",'..::1'. . , 'V CLINTON B. GHSS Professor of Mathematics 995 .1 4.1 I MYRTLE GFISS, R.N School Nurse 'T A -MH- BERNICE HHLBERT HI-IROLD E. HHLL ENID MILLER HOFFMHN Hssocicrte Professor of Hssociate Professor of English Professor of Speech English ERRL H. IOHNSON Instructor in Physical Education MHRY LOUISE HOLDING Assistant Professor of Voice DORIS YIN MING HSU Flssistcmt Professor of Biology IOYCE JOHNSTON PHUI. W. LeBHR MHRGRRET LINDGREN Secretory to Mr. Welch Hssociate Professor of Organ Instructor in Piano cmd Music Theory 'gif 4 , wi. . 'J X 'fliff 51, 'WSI rr'- I6- ,,.- , ,. V' uv 5-' 'Z GLHDYS M. LUX Associate Professor of Flrt HDHM I. MUELLER Debate Coach ve. li, K. .Q RTX. 'ia 1" - IHNET S. MHRSHHLL Instructor in Cello ROBERT L. MHRSHHLL Hssistant Professor of Band and Instrumental Music L. EDWHRD MHTTINGLY O. W. MILLER Rssistant Professor of Religion Associate Professor of and Director of Religious Life Psychology ELSIE H. MULLER Hssistant Treasurer LEONHRD E. PRULSON , Hssociate Professor of Public School Music and Voice MRS. IOHN PHUSTIHN Assistant Librarian M. E. SEDERBURG Hssociate Professor of Education iixj ,' - N. t , 1 ll 5 rt I my -W lfisgmgg , 1. . X grzeiv- ff::3:.f-gtg-ws V mv ,A-., yllrfnflr' kgs' r .Hn ' 1 1, v q a A'g'gi,.?, ,VWQ1 fvf' ,H 2 . 1 CLFIRENCE R. PERISHO Hssociate Professor ot Chemistry and Mathematics ROY B. ROBERTSON Director of Hthletics and Football Coach IOHN ROSENTRHTER Professor of Religion and Philosophy Wit, 'W ,.P' -Q Nh ERVIN L. PETERSON Professor of Physical Education and Basketball Coach ROL? SINGER NBII-L SLHCK Professor of Chemistry Hssistant Professor of Industrial Hrts and History 9 3. H xx PAULINE SLONECKER MHRIETTB SNOW L. O. SORENSEN L Flssistcmt Professor of Biology Hssociate Professor of Piano JOYCE URBOM Instructor in Physical Educa tion for Women . Rx ix . 'Ruff Professor of Modern anguages MHRIORIE HNN STUFF IEHN C. SWINBHNK Head Librarian Instructor in Secretarial Science 'HSI DHLE H. WEEKS - Professor of Business Adminis- tration and Economics 'ew LEONH WILLIHMS Secretary to the Chancellor - rv' if ,A ,.. -- ff gr mr? In 1 - ' In 5. ' A-.,.. - 'yer .,. gi: . , I 5. K 15.2, Xl r f--1 f vi, 1 .Y ina' A I I. :ft I - ,l"" " . i .Gifs - - x ,, 'Let ihgii Q ff' 1 I "f K fr W1 rl .. 'r M y I A17 A I I vi - t 'L ' v I V '1 r -11 1 .-M. if aw- 1 " S- . r .,.-1 , ' 1 5 ' "'f ' X I ' 5 5 . ' "1 y 'i"" F - Lg, J ,, 1 'Q Q 31. K ' F f- - ' . ' 4 ' ' ' 1 , , ' ,l ' : x : A - -v ' Y ' x Qfgi f l ylif f I , J ' 1 E , f S -f. 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' -' l 1 !.x , ,,. li -- ' ' i' Y Ts:-T' W e are the Seniors of Renown, We are Ihe Yellow and the Brown, S-E-N-I-0-R-S We are the class that spells Success. Vi Q QS . - I ,-fin.. QV? ' hs ,1-- VE .Ns ig' flaf . 'L-5 ctor Dye, lim Lighibody, Sally Lieurcmce, Duane Lxpe M 5 ll 1- ,.a 4 ,H ,,,-,.-.,,n.,. -.5 1-4 V5 'fr , "'-L1"",.3.3'.2 'u:'f'..sL.S5' - , -.. K .w'...,- ' fi- in , 5 07' Q . xl 1 I H- ! ,,...x,'4'L ' ixxad I I II N M l Q 1 HOWHRD BROOKS York, Nebraska 'ru 1 ch' K lc Psi. sigma Pi Eignfffjpgqngppa CHROL BUCKLES Hlbion, Nebraska Independent IRNET BURKHRRDT l Norfolk, Nebraska E Willard, Cardinal Key, Pi Gam- ma Mu, Opera Orchestra, Tau Beta Sigma KSec. 6- Treas.J SHLLIE BUTLER Lincoln, Nebraska Phi Mu Nice-Pres.J, WI-lil, Wesleyan Stall CYRUS CHOY Honolulu, Hawaii Independent HDR COFFEY Kansas City, Kansas Independent, R.N. IHN RNDERSON' Potter, Nebraska Delta Zeta, PTH KPres.J, Cm-di. nal Key, YWCH, COG'S, MSM, Who's Who IOYCE HNDERSON Beaver Crossing Delta Zeta, Girls Glee, Panhel- lenic Council lSec.l, Cardinal Key, Yellers ot the Brown WELDON BHKER Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, Fl c a d e ID gc of Science, Sigma Pi Sigma, ap- pa Kappa si ' PEGGY BERGER Gothenburg, Nebraska Fllpha Gamma Delta, YWCB., " . Caravan Chairman, FTB i 'K S GENE BEYE N Larned, Kansas ' " ', Independent, Student Pastor - I V LEROY BORDERS "N 33" , H X Mullen, Nebraska 'XI Phi Kappa Tau n I l ' iii.. X L BARBHRH BRHDDEN " Y Lincoln, Nebraska , Independent, Girls Glee, Chapel , Choir, R.N. 5 I lx '7 L - 6 '11 ' 4, F H . , 4' LT- -P 5 t pp X ,r g F! K- I it ' x 4. f 1.5, f, K ii-- f - 11 f X L- P -f 4 ' L . , X fl' J V f LR . ,' 6 , N gf iff- if N ' ' "!',"' y t y 1 A 1, , :Q 7, L .f N +G RICHARD CRONE Beairice, Nebraska Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Pi Sig- ma, Nebr. Rcademy oi Sciences MONH LEE CUTLER Elsie, Nebraska Willard, YWCH, FTB RON CUTLER Elsie, Nebraska Theta Chi, YWCH ROBERT DEEMS Lincoln, Nebraska Crescent, W Club, Track VICTOR DYE Rosalie, Nebraska Barbs KPres.J, YMCB, Wesley- an Direciory iEd.J, THP, Garn- ma U silon, Kappa Chi, Blue Key, Sludent Pastor's Seminar, Who's Who HNITH FRFINCE Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, R.N. LESLIE MHRIE FRHNCKE Lincoln, Nebraska . Medical Technologist V, ' ,'-,"'fLg f' 'la ' - .mf .,f 'ei' .gn Q . -5 ' t 7 e s , , qv- C, A, 7 . 1 fri' ,f . 5 V sw lj! .. "xxx-.l f a Y N X My-A 'w. I X :i K-- 'iim ' ,Q 1 lg V LYN DI GERBELING Nora, Nebraska Hlpha Gamma Delia, YWCH, Plainsman Players IO HNN HHGEMEISTER Potier, Nebraska Delta Zeta IPres.J, FTR, YWCH, W!-IH LPres.J, Intramurals PFITSY HHGEMEISTER Potter, Nebraska Rlpha Gamma Delta lTreas.D, F H, YWCH. Girls' Glee, Opera Chorus, Cardinal Keg, Pi Gam- Rca Mu, Phi Kappa hi, Who's o IEFIN HANSON Oakland, Nebraska Willard CPres.J, PTH iVice- Pres.l Pep Club, COG's, Card- inal Kg, Chapel choir, Girls' Glee, anhellenic Council BETSY HINES Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, Pi Kappa Delta, Theia Hlpha Phi, Plainsman Players BILL IENKINS Humboldt, Nebraska Phi Ka pa Tau, Band, Kappa -24- Kappa Psi, I-'TH .fm XA . . i l . , W' t L ROSEMHRY LUCKE Lincoln, Nebraska Phi Mu. Cardinal Key iPres.I, WI-'19, Panheltenic C o u n c tl iPres.l, YWCH, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Kagpa Phi, Girls' Glee, Trio, W o's Who ELIZABETH LUGINBILL Humboldt, Nebraska Rllpha Gamma Delta YWCQ, F A, Cardinal Key CV. Pres.l, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Kappa Phi, Who's Who S1 .4 I 3 f 'QL' 1- inn ,- 4 S J t m'rz,it""t f IOHN LUSCHEI Lincoln, Nebraska Fllpha Gamma Delta, YWCH, F H, Cardinal Key ITreas.l, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Kawna Phi, COG's, IRC, MSM, esleyan Directory, Who's Who MHRY LOU MRHLIN Fremont, Nebraska Independent, YWCR, Cha el Choir, Pi Gamma Mu, FTB, IPC ROSEMHRY MHNNING Central City, Nebraska Willard, YWCH, FTH GORDON MHRTS Nebraska City, Nebraska Theta Chi, Student Senate, "W" Club, Football, Track MURIEL IOY Lincoln, Nebraska Delta Zeta, YWCI-1 ITreas.l, Chapel Choir, String Ensemble, Lincoln Symphony Orchestra ORHL KOCH Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, "W" Club CHHRLES LHNIK Wahoo, Nebraska Independent, Footba1l,"W' Club, Track, Baseball SHLLY LIEURHNCE Lincoln, Nebraska Hlpha Gamma Delta, YWCH, Cardinal Key, Class Sec. G Treas., Kappa Chi, Chapel Choir IIM LIGHTBODY Nebraska City, Nebraska Theta Chi fVice-Pres.J, Club iPres.l, Psi Chi KPres.l, YMC9. CSec.J, Inter-Fraternity Council ISec. 6: Treas.l, Track, Basketball, Who's Who DUHNE LIPE Waverly, Nebraska Theta Chi, Kappa Chi, YMCH if 4 K , 'P ,M L 1 1, it X it fail ' ' tor 14 J? H A 4 f .1 , SX V ' Ti ' K HENRY MEYER Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, H c a d e m y of Science, Qssociate Member of Sigma Pi Sigma DORIS MILLER Columbus, Nebraska Delta Zeta, YWCH tSec.J, Plainsman Players, Cardinal Key, Pi Gamma Mu, Psi Chi IIM MOELLER Fremont, Nebraska shi Kappa Tau, Pi Gamma LI LOIS MONTGOMERY Bushnell, Nebraska Barbs, Intramurals, WRFI DICK NHGLE Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, "W" Club BHRBARH NELSON Lewellen, Nebraska Phi Mu, Plainsman Players, PTH Theta Hlpha Phi tPres.J, WHIEI, Intramurals wi, I , 1 fx ,2. -Q2 l V' I iell, w V f if if ' L .z at ,, y P . S 8 A 7 'Q Qi , 1 1 1 K V . J : , W, L 4 9 vc, ,, fe 2 E RUTH NELSON Oakland, Nebraska Delta Zeta KTreas.J, Clvipel Choir, Cardinal Key, PTH, HH w I MRRGHRET NORRIS I-loldrege, Nebraska Willard tSec.l, Flcademy of Science tPres.J, Tau Beta Sig- ma lVice-Pres.J DQYTON OLSON Lincoln, Nebraska Ind nd t, K p Ch', Keyerkillcggresgp G I Blue i Il- Q ROSINH OLSON Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, Kappa Chi HHRRIET PHLMQTEER Creston, Nebraska Phi Mu, PTR, YWCH NORMHN PRIEST Harrison, Nebraska Independent, Blue Key, Pi Gamma Mu lPres.J, MSM lPres.l, Male Chorus, YMCH J o 1 I X 1 Q Q X t l gs ,, L I GEORGE STEPHENS Lincoln, Nebraska Crescent, "W" Club, Tennis IHMES THORNESS Chadron, Nebraska 1 d C1 t. K chu dhfffln drier, Yrlldlipu I REX TOUZHLIN Lincoln, Nebraska Baths, Theta Hlpha Phiy Hrt Club, YMCH LOIS TYRRELL Waverly, Nebraska Phi Mu CPres.J, Panhellenic Council, W!-IH lSec.l, PTH, YWCI-1, Intramurals DON WALDEN MHRILYN VHN NOSTRQND Benedict, Nebraska Rlpha Gamma Delta Shelby, Nebraska Crescent KPres.l, Inter-Praien nity Council 4Pres.l, YMCH G1 t Q .t 1 l V f ls' s 1 fl l A N 9 RN IERRY RHINFORTH Tekarnah, Nebraska Ph' K T , B b ll, Track, 51253 Chocllls me G ROGENE ROGERS Ord, Nebraska Hlpha Gamma Delta CPres.l, Panhellenic Council Wreasg, Tau Beta Sigma, YWCH, FT , COG's BETH ROSENHU Geneva, Nebraska Delta Zeta, Tau Beta Sigma CPres.l, THP CSec.l, Band YWCF1 IIM SCHLICHTEMIER Scottsbluff, Nebraska Phi Kappa Tau lPres.l, Theta Nu, Nu-Med, Interlratemity Council, Pi Gamma Mu KVice- Pres.J, Blue Key, YMCH, Kappa Kappa Psi BROOKS SCHULKE Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, Plainsman Plag- St d nt S t YWC . ers, u e I ena e, Gamma Upsxlon IOFIN SHHW Bassett, Nebraska Independent, Wesleyan Staff, Student Senate, WHH, Pep Club, Plainsman Players ii' y 4 l l' S C 6 .eg , X -, . s,' N, xl f I 'slit l ' ff I WHLTER WESTRON Lincoln, Nebraska Independent ROLLIE WEIGERS Western, Nebraska Crescent, Football, Basehal Track, "W" Club D!-'WE WILLIRMS Syracuse, Nebraska Crescent, YMCH, Student Sen- ate, Theta Nu, COG's STHNLEY WILLIHMS Omaha, Nebraska Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Pi Sig- ma, Hcademy of Sciences TOM WRIGHT North Platte, Nebraska Band, Orchestra, FTF! NHNCY YOUNG Lincoln, Nebras Willard, WHQ, Plain s m a n Players, Theta Hlpha Phi, Gamma Upsilon MHRCIH BEIGN l, Blue Key, 3 ' asf ka SENIORS NOT PICTURED EDWARD LONGRCRE Morton Grove Illinois , Lincoln, Nebraska Independent .ROBERT CAMERON HLLEN MENEFEE Lincoln, Nebraska Diller, Nebraska Independent Independent, Kappa Chi, Stu- dent Pastor's Seminar HERBERT ENNS NHNCY WITTLER Meade. Kansas Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, Chapel Choir Come, let us raise our voices In one triumphant strain To praise our Alma Mater, Her glories tell againg Her emblem is the sunfloufr That o'er the land abounds, You canft forget her colors, T hey're the Yellow and the Brown. Paul Fredstrorn, Geraldine Raymond, Barbara Lutes 0 i 1 4' I ,. , I , ,,.,,f, , , , , MHRVIN BURES Geneva, Nebraska 'I'ht Ch' YMCH S' , P' gignizr, Kappa Kapgclnq Psi: an IEHN BURGER Omaha, Nebraska Phi Mu, String Ensemble, Op- era, YWCH, Pep Club LYNNETTE BUSH Lincoln, Nebraska Delta Zeta, Gamma Upsilon, Intramurals, WHH, Panhellenic Council, Plainsman, Debate, Plainsman Players BRQDLEY CHTE Scottsbluff, Nebraska Independent DON N CLINE Lincoln, Nebraska Crescent, Gamma Upsilon, The Wesleyan IOHN COLE Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, Male Chorus, Chapel Choir LRRRY I. HBKER Geneva, Nebraska glgzaechICgl'gi1dKappa Kappa Psi, BRUCE HNSPAUGH Buffalo, Wyoming Phi Tau, Student Senate, Sigma Pi Sigma REX BEVINS Cedar Rapids, Nebraska Barbs, YMCH, Kappa Chi Stu dent Pastor PHUL BLOOMGREN Oxford, Nebraska Hssociate Member ol Barbs, Sigma Pi Sigma BILL BROWN Tuckahoe, New York Theta Chi lPres.J, Wesleyan, Plainsman Players, Kappa Chi, YMCQ, Track, Basketbal, Blue Key, Gamma Upsilon LYLE BUELL Murdock, Nebraska Crescent, W Club, Basketball Track WILLH IO CRHMER Chester, Nebraska Fllpha Gamma Delta, Washing- ton Semester MHRVIN DEAL Lincoln, Nebraska Theta Chi, "W" Club, Baseball IEBN DOUGLI-IS Rawlins, Wyoming Barbs, YWCR DHLE ELLSWORTH Lincoln, I Nebraska Barbs, YMCH, Blue Key, Chorus J MHRVE EVERS Dunbar, Nebraska Barbs, YMCH KPres.i, Student Senate, Kappa Chi, Chapel Choir PHUL FREDSTROM Lincoln, Nebraska Phi Kappa Tau it dal 4 J 'gg JA.. , A lib . -Y t' X . 5 x ' i Lg S f f BEVERLY GEORGE Lincoln, Nebraska Phi Mu, Chapel Choir, Girls Glee, Chorus, Opera, Orchestra MHRIE HHNSON Fremont, Nebraska Barbs, Woxnen's House Council, YWCQ, Ka pa Chi, MSM, Iohn- son Hall Cgaunselor ROY HHNSON Clay Center, Nebraska Barbs, Kappa Chi, YMCH IOHN HARDEN Sidney, Nebraska Barbs, Student Senate KTreas.D, Varsity Basketball, MSM, YMCH HOMER HHRRISON Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, Chapel Choir, Opera, Road Show CHRL HOON Martell, Nebraska Crescent, Road Show, Plains. man Players, Wesleyan - -H . X r 4 'I in E Cy I ff' I V. Tj 7 V 6' l , R l X .J 1 Fc 'H 1 , ra ff- 'Q .er sp 1 GEORGE IOHNSON Grand Island, Nebraska Independent, Student Pastor IOHN JOHNSON Falls City, Nebraska Delta Zeta, PTH, Pep Club, Chorus, MSM, YWCH MHRGHRET IOHNSON Lincoln, Nebraska Independent RON KEEPER Wahoo, Nebraska Theta Chi, Football, Baseball, "W" Club STHN KENNEDY Sidney, Nebraska Crescent, "W" Club RAY KIRK Hallam, Nebraska Independent, Student Pastor S.. MRCK HUNT Lincoln, Nebraska Crescent, Football, "W" Club, YMCH LEW HUNTER Superior, Nebraska Phi Kappa Tau, Plainsman Players, Ogera, TRP, Road Show, YMC , Band DON HUSTON North Platte, Nebraska gill, 52557 fQE1:.KaPpG Kam ROBERT IEHMBEY Lincoln, Nebraska Independent, Student Pastor RICHHRD IENNINGS Lincoln, Nebraska Crescent, "W" Club BOB IEWETT Beatrice, Nebraska Phi Kagpa Tau, Chapel Choir, Band, ue Keg, YMCH, Wes- leyan, Opera, tudent Pastor V KN 7 DON IOI-INSON . Pairbury, Nebraska ,A Crescent, "W" Club, Track f 'B' .- .,,', I + I ff' -1 I " sl, - , , Li' I ll , lv , 'UF ' N , ,,......,,- .,,.. .N-.lt IOY KOENIG Mitchell, Nebraska Delta Zeta, PTH, YWCH TERUHKI KOMHTSU Tokyo, Iapan Independent IERRY KROEGER Theta Chi, "W" Club ELHINE KRONDHK Falls City, Nebraska Hlpha Gamma Delta, Theta Fllpha Phi, Plainsman Players, House Council, G o v e r n i n g Board, Pep Club, Pcnhellenic Council, Wesleyan MHRILYN KYES Hrcher, Nebraska Hlpha Gamma Delta, FTB, Pep GARY LEMMON Falls City, Nebraska JSE' Club a x 1 Phi Tau, Pi Kappa Delta, D bale, YMCB, Painsman Play- ers, Kappa Chi, Student Senate 1 , 'if l I 4 IEHNNE LINDSTROM W ,gr Geneva, Nebraska t , Q Barbs, MSM, Band, Tau Beta . -we " , Sigma, Cha el Choir, Chorus, ' Sf" '-'f' Opera, YWCPH, Plainsman Play- 'QS ' 'V ers, Iohnson Hall Counselor K, ' 1 W fp r l I W t , l X. . L , 1 ,QQ Jr ' 1 ll"'f,f l , I M! f ' V1 ' if gr MHRILYN LINTON Sidney, Nebraska Delta Zeta, YWCQ, Kappa Chi HILEEN LOWSON Syracuse, Nebraska Hlpha Gamma Delta, Pi Ka Delta, YWCFPli Pi Gamma MQ? Plainsman ayers, H o u s e Council, Wesleyan, Student Senate BHRBBRH LUTES Stapleton, Nebraska Barbs, Band, Tau Beta Sigma, YWCR, MSM P MERLE MCDONALD Murdock, Nebraska l RUTH MCINTOSH Lincoln, Nebraska Phi Mu, Kappa Chi, YWCA, Intramurals FRHNK MILLS Murdock, Nebraska Phi Kap a Tau, Chorus, Opera, Band, Fllale Chorus, Chapel Choir, PTH 9: vo. I - if I AL. i H., ' . M. ff" 1 KUNIO OKHBE Saitama Ken, Iapan Barbs, YMCH IERRY PENNINGTON Springfield, Missouri Independent GHRNETT RADIN IHN PITCHITHLEY Lincoln, Nebraska Willards, Panhellenic Council, FFR, Plainsman Players Vero Beach, Florida Independent BEVERELY MONSON Blair, Nebraska Phi Mu, Pep Club CCheerlead- erl, WHQ, Chapel Choir, Stu- dent Senate ERIN MURPHY Fort Scott, Kansas Delta Zeta, Intramurals, Road Show Plainsman Players, THP, Pep Club SHNFORD NELSON Lincoln, Nebraska lndegendent, "W" Club, PTH, Foot all IAY NEWBURY Norwich, Connecticut Fllpha Gamma Delta, Chapel Choir, Plainsman P I a y e r s, Opera Cast RICHHRD ODGERS Powell, Wyoming Phi Tau, Kappa Chi, MSM, YMCH IUHNHLEE OESTMHNN Huburn, Nebraska Phi Mu, Panhellenic Council, House Council Chorus, Girls alee, Ywcn, Pep Club, rm, Intramurals, Governing Board -, . E I J GERHLDINE RHYMOND A 'Q Crawford, Nebraska " ,EF 1 5 If ggghs, MSM, cms G1-ee, Kappa FY .1 A l , . f n , a lvl' 1' BLHINE RIEKE "" ' I I ' A I ' Burlington, Iowa I K I ' 3.1: Q , I Theta chi, nw" Club, Pooibaii, I Q ,jf ' 9' 1 Golf sw I . ,. r , f -H' I ' . : T' , CHROLYN RUDD Grand Island, Nebraska Willard, Pi Kappa Delta, Theta i 1 Qlpha Phi, YWCH, WRR, Yellsrs , V , - , - ot the Brown lPres.l, Panhel- 1 4, , lenic Council, Road Show 1 ,I IO HNN smamorr P. , . , v Sterling, Nebraska ' ' ' 3 'M I ": ' lambs, Ywca, rm V ARI? i s 1 eelef rr ,L , ny I CHESTER SRUTTER V' L I I: ,V-if l Lg V 2 -jul Lincoln, Nebraska t -tr L1 ,fi ,rg '- 'rh 1 ctr, o , Ymcn, s' - 4 ' 115'- '!"-M 'H .L Qt, mae uPi Sigmgflilale Chorug, I -, l kfff.,f,gf L' 1 ', .l ig :p Intramurals ' 'N f',v ijyrjjj. "N 'ff' f - i,'.l....!!'4f ' " . 'llil ' f' fl if TQLA MELVIN SCHWENK Lincoln, Nebraska Phi Kappa Tau, Pi Kappa Delta, Debate MELVIN SHERRY Waverly, Nebraska Independent, "W" Club IO SMITH Riverton, Wyoming Barbs, WHH, Kappa Chi of-e -"1 6' ,, ,Qt Q .1 we ww 'Q' , l A ' V, f . I , . ,Z UAVI t ,. ,. .4 s :Q l -: ' f E' : 1 fi I-IRL SMITH Huburn, Nebraska Phi Kclrfsa Tau, Nu-Med Theta Nu, Y H, Rcademy ol Science LEROY SMITH Gibbon, Nebraska Phi Kapga Tau, Theta Nu, Nu- Med, cademy ot Science, YMCH CHRL SPENCER Lynch, Nebraska Barbs, Pi Gamma Mu, Chi KPresl, Plainsman Wesleyan Staff, YMCH LOUISE STONE Sullivan, Missouri Den zt,'r Bt s- , MSN? Rini, ciifusea We BILL STORY Lincoln, Nebraska ROBERT SUITER Hallam, Nebraska Barbs, Nu-Med V4 Kappa Players, BETTY THURMAN V A Louisville, Nebraska Delia Zeta, WHH, PTH, Pep ' " Club 5, ' 0 DEMETRIO UNG Panama City, Panama Independent GFIRY VHN BOENING Wallace, Nebraska Barbs, YMCR, FTH X -f of RUBY VRRNH Malmo, Nebraska Delta Zeta, WRPI, Pep Club, Governing Board QPres.D, House , H Council, Chorus, Intramurals 6 x REX WHLKER ' Lincoln, Nebraska Thela Chi, Plainsman, Opera TOM WRLLQCE Gordon, Nebraska Phi Kapraa Tau, YMCFI, Hcad- glmy of Science, Nu-Med, Theta u CHROLYN WEHTI-IERHOGG Lincoln, Nebraska ' Qlpha Gamma Delta, Panhel- lenic Council, YWCH SCOTTY WILLOUGHBY Lincoln, Nebraska X 4 Independent, Basketball CHRLENE WURZ Lincoln, Nebraska , Fllpha Gamma Delia, Chapel . Choir, Girls Glee, Opera Cast 'fbgfz IUNIORS NOT PICTURED RAYMOND BHRNETT HELEN MOULTEN Lincoln, Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska Independent GERHLD HENDERSON BOB PETERSEN Grand Island, Nebraska Fremom, Nebraska Barbs, YMCH, Kappa Chi Them Chr We soon must yield our places To rnightier ones than we, And go forth in life's battles To be what we may beg Oh, her emblem is the sunflow'r That 0'er the land abounds, You can't forget her colors, They're the Yellow and the Brown. ,J QQ Q59 Charles King, Bill Minchow, Lynn Vermeer fo as x qi 4 it 1 "Billy ' la A . X J 'l 'ljff 1 'jx t iw: y t ' Xi. 1 1 v ' ' ll x 1 f. , ,-21 .-. V' Tfi' WGS X FFT Wm mg 95. l Audrey Hlexcmder Iohn Hllely Darlene Allen Kenneth Ellen Earl Hllison Cliflord Anderton North Platte Tekaxnah Lincoln Elsie Mitchell EG919 Earl Bnderson Iames Anderson Sylvia Hregood Bob Atkins Char-In Bagby lean Barber Lincoln Holdrege Rising City Genoa Sidney Holdrege Richard Barnes Shirley Bernard Q- ,IW Lincoln Omaha 6- 1 . ,N ii . l f T 5 W P9 x 4 - ,qv , 5 5. lf' -.N Na i I 1 ft '1 J E.riri5 L .1 .H t - ,fan 3255 Roger Barry Bill Bowmaater Washington, Lincoln Kansas I-ludrey Bartlett Mary Io Braymen Ellis Lincoln Irene Beehe Thelma Breklre Maywood Scottsbluff Richard Beishline Phil Brown Grand Island Kemptorli lfldidnd 6? X l 1 l , , gh ' Mk 1 l..' ,JL J: .ll 54 . f if 1 ,th . 3-1 '-. .A ,K .5 . 'F -' Q fs. ' - " h l 1 Q .. any . I A .I ' ' . I f , i , ml .ffl it I. iii V l 'L' -' " '. ' Q if-y fi I 'tif .' ' , "z 1 "I r v - I i 2 Q' of geo Q M iw XQE H 1 f Y , M- .' 'r-Zi' ' P!-'1 A ,Q 1 . . . 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A J Z . 2 'gi ' T, fa , -39- V , 'L i,1n8V ,L naar l cl fi ,gal 12 u L V . 1 5 3 Al v s l Z3 John Ehwick Iohn Fiko Seattle, Washinglo Beqirice Cliarlee Ianet Fullriedo Fnedench Nebraska City Seward Myrna Giebelhaus Lincoln Tom Godbey Elmwood Bonnie Godtsl Culberlson Bill Goodman Tekamah Kutrinka Green St. Paul as -A W Vp 1 , 1 Q ' L . fm " ef ' . 1 Flubrey Forrest Paul Fosler MGYY ,Ran Lincoln Garland Pmnclsco Omaha Gwen Ganzel Fred Gardner Curl Georgeson Nebraska City Weeping Woler Tekamah -40- Lois Haddix Central City Eleanor Haines Oak Park, Illinois Wayne Holler Litchfield Dru Hanson Lincoln Frank Harkness Cozad Belhel Frondsen St. Paul Eudoris Gideon Bertrand Us Q-el r E x f r - f !'.wr 1 -6- . ' 8- l . 1 , 'ufixi Richard Harringion Lincoln Helen Hirschleld Benedici 'lla ill, Z f . f1"9'p" If 75,1 V l N ' a ' 1 , 1 A L. Fi, . .... v.,Y , I., X f af- ., ' ' rw A -I 9. I .. 1 - i V z ' f if f l Qxf v'.4- .5 "ful Xe . N Ri.. ,Hg g U"' J j F.. . 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WY0min9 Carleton Hong Kong, China Marion Faye Martens McClelland Chappell Norfolk Marvin Macy LaVerne Meyers Beatrice Wahoo Shirley Magill lane! Miller Herman Chappell William Maly Ioyce Miller Lincoln Yutan Dorcas Marshall Bill Minchow Omaha Waverly -42- Dorolhy Kunkel Weeping Water Ronald Lyss Moline, Illinois . 6 X l - l e f l l .kv F . i F' ,, . gg? Te fl ' 1 'L ,SQL --f':a'iA.Q: .' ' ! 4 ' l f. 1 , . 35 11 '- 1- A 'll ,G i l GQ I lm, l" e S .f -X 'x . Iohn Mineri Hooper Tom Perkins Omaha A- r we 4 ' ' r .Qi , 'Jw '. ffl' 3, ' hi 9' ,f lk 1, X , lk A. , 1 b C., ' 'Sl , tQl'f , ' S K I . 74, Il. ls, Marilyn Misner lack Nispel Karen Norton Iohn Osbome Henderson Ogallala Columbus Superior Vifqinia Peters Doretta Peleraon ldonna Pieper Phyllis Plot! Yulrm Fremont Lincoln Smith Cerner, Kansas Darold Priesner Brthur Roberlson Ogallala Harvard LaVerne Richards Norma Roth Osceola Denver, Colorado Ronald Ricketts Ladene Bother Parks Wolbach Bubyn Hiller Donald Tilden Schlichlemier Scottsbluff Leslie Rivers Dorolhy Sharp Seward Slromsburg Iohn Park Central City Dean Powell Hemingford G L ' v , O 1 1, : 3 rw , "aw 1w,,u . one T51 Y -0' ! 1 n Ernest Shippon Canyonville Oregon o , Q 'C-' 5 ' A 5 X 'K ,1 E l ' ' ' 1 'J so, AM ' 5 i?l?1.." Y rv H ' X ' A -.i 3 3 nz -2 if l m X. 1 n I 9 ' f Elinor Smith Charles Spobr Lois Spore: Neil Stein Ronald Steinko Ulysses Pawnee City Murray Lincoln Cedar Rapids cGY0lYn Stock H1956 5i0N5 Dolores Swanson Donald Swigart Noll Tanner Murdock Thermopolis, Fullerton Superior Plainview Wyommg Loon Taylor Iaanaloe ToSollo Boyd Thompson Carols Tiotien Pender FC!ifbU1'Y Lincoln Riverton . :qw y 5 -..Q-f 11" no V V va 1 -' -W ' V - v , AA, 5 Q35 , ,7,.l' lQl . Q fr' if ' 1 ' ,- ! Lesley Upham Durward Lynn Vermeer Margaret Vogt IoHnn Vrana Charlotto Wagner Lincoln vanclmv' Sterling Wabash Malmo Culbertson Lincoln - 44 - f vb ,Q 'U' .af Q O N XX 6 "o"'o9' xi 1 , x ' " ll 3' 'ya QQ -- 56.900 X XX 4' 1 "ZR fge -' JM 31355, 53?-3313: 1? H 8 'f Marilyn Wagner Barbara Walker Belly Wezlerhoil Evere!! Wilkins Shirley Wilkinson Susan Wilkinson Hariington Milford Seward McCook Blair Blair an Donna Wilson Merlin Willlang Terry Wright Hebert Yaniks Mariorie Young Fllbion Lincoln Waverly Maryville, Missouri Hlliance Q v. "' 21114 ' W- r , i - A 1 -'vu iii 1 Q fi , Lois Zaugq Barbara Ziggafoos Zella Mae Zuver Yuian Grand Island Wesiem SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED Dean Brugqeman Robert Emerson Ralph Farrar Dan Hevelone Charles Lsiller Lincoln Holmesville Red Cloud Beatrice Lincoln -45- 355 Oh, her emblem is the sunfloufr That O'er the land abounds, You can't forget her colors, They're the Yellow and the Brown. Sarah Becchler, Ronald Suiter, Mary Hnn Hnderson S Bob Hbel I K Bridgeport V e 0 , F l fi Pa! Rdams N i L, , Shenandoah, I 1 -E Iowa X vi B Mary Anderson .lf ' Lf 1 Madison Regene Anderson ' Stromsburg -Y Q ,N - lack Hrxnagosl W ' David City W - K nl Pai Hsmus "'fQ:wv1ci z ax' 4 -L hffiv Friend f xx Ronald Baclxman 'V asf' Blair 'Qi i' K ' - -V Margare! Bailey A fx- Gram .. I , ' J A W W A ' Nancy Baldwin f Saratoga, Wyoming ,I Carlene Barber 1. ,I Fairbury ., gg Mary Barnes i , Fllbion k -4, 1 l N J 3- W ,v' Margaret Baxler r . A ' ' I ' I 3 Palisade ' J- ' 1 mf", 1 Y Sarah Beachler York Huberta Beal A ' V f Brule 5 T ,A f i , Q' ,- Duane Bennett ' ' 'I -i V 'Il'-is Strornsburg 1- fr f . ' sl" . . 0, , , L , , Wilmer Benslead E Qllen Sharon Bercl: Osceola " . Rrvin Blakeney Ogallala A Darlene Blakeney X Stromsburg 'i Keith Bornemeier ex -Vg -6- 3 Elmwood 1 J :ffgi " fl f 4 'J Paul Bottom ffziijif ' A, Fort Collins, ' ' ' --1, g Colorado 551 A I ' Q ' A ' ' V , ' ' , 2, f- V , . Donald Boyce , " L F' 75" Hebron . ' ' ' , , IoHnn Braddock Page 5' s Gene Braymen Chittenanqo New York -47- D D It if Ioanne Brown Lincoln 1 A ,- ' 3 Veldu Brown ' Marx Parks X " ,393 Y- - Vincent Brown Y Mil-ll Trenton I William Bryan 1 1 Osceola ' Iackie Burke N ' A v Douglas ' .1 N, 1 In A 7 , . fam . David Burkholder 1531595 ' Logan Q1 -I V M455 1 .. Ioseph Calder ,1 Hardy 'J ji . , in Katherine Calvert "S -' H I W i' Pierce " , ll, N Maw cmpbui 'J ,e L i A ' Fremont if '29 V '. L ,... L Karen ' ' Christopher ' Schuyler . A ,Y 'mf we Q Maureen Coates :Agn "S, W ' Ogallala H , 'I X tt X' a '. i A iw" Connie Coleman -- . 1 :V H , .W. 1f'-' Lincoln ki:-'ff' ' L M., , Q ig? Iudy Cook A Elmwood 3 J- ' W i LI, 6 - Delores Cooper Y if A -'Q I ,- -f 'A Mokena, Illinois X-no L, 'Q et 1 , V I V g Carol Cramer ' f V V . . ,Q WA Chester Dean Crewdson i Lincoln I ', , Q D ewain I, , sq li, . iw Creiudson . i ' k N Lincoln is ' x fy 'i g ' ' N J 'I' l 2 5,1 lane Cudaback -. J cr ' ' I V Riverdale tl .LJ ' Raymond Cyr O Franklin A ' ig I Richard Dahursh ,ox - al - Lincoln 1 A .4 a V ' - 4 " i . Robert Daniels .f Bellevue if., A I Z 3 - ,E Bob Dapper: Lincoln V 4. K ,Q 4 , 2 George DeBord e 1' , L, Lincoln I - N - E. ' l Ianet Deckxngur . W ' V -M3 Stella " s i- i 4' . -48' 'ri 'A L1 .. X I -3 - i if if . .p. if fl V 'walt z V X I , QE lx l 4 ' 'IF A I rx .fiifvif I ZLL I : -A 4 1 I ' . f " . L ' ". K'-4:33 , 1 pu ' 1 P .lilra K, ru, M Wit Ie!-'Inn Fulul Geneva Naihanial Gallup Friend Clarke Gellennann Humboldt Hlice Gentry Gering lorry Gibson Grand Island Verne Gibson Lincoln Belva Gedtel Culberlson Carole Goodman Ohiowa -1. 5,3-Il. 3'-. Robert Dick Lincoln Pat Daly Shelby Celia Duncan Omaha Margaret Dvorak Beatrice Norval Eborspacher Seward Phyllis Edgar Norfolk Loren Eiqenberg Fairbury Beryl Feather York Dan Fisher Weslern Verna Fosborg Omaha Iudy Frandsen York Belly Io I-'rolich Eagle . W Q , C? 4 S -1 ,ev Ruth Garmun l ' W' '1 -N K '-W ' ' L - Liberty !g:'3,E1 'ii' ' X . 1 ,- if" ff :J V7 if '39 J ' .2 if Ianet George - Lexington 'J A ' I y 'g. iq A fri' ,I , . f a an ' i 1 174 ' Ti H .gr y ' . f ' 'fri Georgia Gifford ' """'f Y X K ",' J A l . w - T l -,,Qg::-1Cf'1F e"meY 3521 , Hsin ., 1, 'f L V 5 -74 G. .Q 4 ' V fi nil 03523 W K A f- W "-- : ' '4 fklax.-4.21.-N1 ' -" ' . f ' gal: 'Z Y I " A ':, ' x ,, . Carol Green , 'V V .P ' P f Stromsburg Y ' " in , 5, ' ,- " 1 ' '-1, A . M93 '.,' 1 A V L .Sf -.,.,- ,yrr , Aj l :-1' - i ' ' .7 N ' sv .1 1 t - 3 2. . qt- Otis Grosvenor i W ' H ,iz .1 ,-V:-:zE"ll15" it , A ,. ,W . Dwayne Gurney Denver, Colorado Harold Gustafson Lyons ii ,Q 3 'I ' Ruth Guthrie I . if Q A f nm. r-mean it multi! X Oshkosh V" ?,l ' 2 f Am: Q. .. TX lohn Haggstrom V . ' ' "t Wolbach 5 'i' ,1Q.f"f- Mary Haggatrom wi We ff 9 -ix G -' i1.0f?Ef2 - -- ' 4 . 1 M ' , Marilyn Hahn A . V: j t, Polk K 'I 'i G ft 5 U All ' Roger Herbert J ' is 'Vi York f 'Q Phyllis Harvey V v Wichita, Kansas . 4 ' w , 1 ' V ' fi. ' Carol Han ,L 1- -.lf ' W4 " Ithaca Mariorie Heath Geneva Dick Helwig Denver, Colorado 't en nc sen 5.4 I Norlolk - , ll II Barbara Henning , J 'ull ' 7 North Platte v-A-X ' fl' " Ervin Hietbrink b Hickman f -V. Hg' l . Lefty Hixson 'f Lincoln Y, V :N 'f ' J Punk Hladik Fm I V. f' G Anthon, Iowa Gvjvgmlallgq 4-Ilia-L .., ' 'A ' 4 . . ,QQf'fQ.!j?Ejlll2fe1M "' . 1 , 1,'-- , fmt-atm , .- 5 ' Gerald Holland Wisner Metta Holliman 3' -' 'X Riverton, Iowa K Gloria Holtz 3 A To A Lincoln Af N 1, x N 1. . K Ll 'l f I Margaret .. I, - "'-H., Hrubeslzy 1""W - P A Geneva ' U ' Keene Hueltle 'V , A 'Q I, Eustis 9 1 v ' Ioan Hu!! ' 3 ' . Gretna , 1 -' ' 'v Q: e fl -5 , , 'I ra. , iLlj l , at I Q V l . '- s A ri iw H ':,',, , .vb-M .. I-Nfl l Wayne 'Lanq Craig Mary Lawlis Broken Bow , . , ll, Marilyn Larson Grand Island l My , . I S I -,D E ' eng . A , -vs 5' 1 :l b ? HJ S ,. John Lauer Lincoln Lloyd Hunter Omaha Toshiro Isa Tokyo, Iapan Pai Icy Flinsworih Betty Ienkins Lincoln Kaihrvn Kee! York Rex Kellough Friend Iames Klusman Lincoln Bill Koenig Lincoln Donna Kovarik L' 1 Ieanene Krause mm n Omaha Ieanetie Krause Omaha Valerie Kremenecky St. Louis, Missouri lean Kyee Flrcher lean Leach , 3. I h t A ' i GA Y' o ns own an Y F i M3 . 1 Y 5 N ,ll ' " is ' ' ,!' Phil Lighlbody 14. Nebraska City I' ,fffsf Ldffy Lind W Siromsburg 'r gfi f ..--i?5gfQ-V Robert Linder ' Ceresco gi, R, ,V J -i -.. ' Colleen Liltrell 3 Kimball LJ Robert Livinqsion ,ru v, Lincoln Q, , j A 'K 4 X A L S V' . i fi d if iii l Larry Luhrl :'- ! , r .. Lincoln ' X ., . , ,l .Q ' , .' 'bmw' .1 ' 'gl shmey Maman A ef 9 -Q , Lincoln 1 -A -L .,- ,lb - 1: r 1 ' ii' '-5 I - .. . :Q ' E , , Q- fig-fgflx f ' Q 'Fw' , '.::.-nal? - i Y . n ,J if f W '-f'fe'f"F: W"" , if X e L I' 1:v.",Lf,, , .V - f P ig I l ' E w , ' ' V w . , Q -pL ,:fi1QJ'--' ggi? . Wd- --51' fy! ff . 8 A N ,Er - '41 1' I, .-.-. ' Y ' - 1 -LL L .. ., V ., ,. a--3 z 'g.,'L, 1, I fi """f.' .5 ,, N egg, ' S 7? '21 if N 121 " li N H3 - SYZCQ' ' -' ff!- , 4, it ' - t: ! if ' , ,, ,yjgfy'i2i?-Hifi lj -r ",. 7, lyk! ' fit: in I ' - 'fi ' K- 'i ' f ' ' "- , , ,N 1 SJ H, 1 2' -' A 313 2 'i Q ' if W ' 1-l"f"' .4 4- gi l' - f. , - 'gi ' f ,J 'F' X f ,Q f Bruce Merchant Elgin Gordon Metzger Longmont, Colorado Daryl Michaud Lincoln Margaret Miles Palmyra Gerald Mehnkeru Davenport Iolene Munderloh Pender Blroy Nelson Oakland Kareen Nelson Lincoln George McCabe Lincoln Max McCartney Lincoln Delores McClellan Lincoln Marilyn McClur9 Bassett .Bill McDermet Lincoln Gene McDonald Murdock Darrell McGowen Mullen Carma Lea McPhex-on Lincoln Sharon Maher Blair Eilene Maticka St. Paul Nita Matz Omaha Willotte Medow Gresham I V --5 5 , 3 - - Norene Meyer 5 5 . 'V I .H Lincoln ' Q' ' ggch 3 X l 1' to B , ' ffl 1 - N e -, . W ' M, xi 1 if ad J .li A, . nick Minn Q Q 5, V li Evanston, Illinois 2 ,Qrj X, 'J' M :sig ' -' . i 1 4 H if -' AM. "J -- i.,l. 'f1'J, " 'tm u Y .-A . s, I ' Beverly Nelson "ff I 5 ,, Lewellen Q Fa" ' 1 .. V, X in fl 1 EL, ii- 5 ' .1 Marlyl Nelson ' L ' 1 ' M1 , " Clay Center W '2 I Q 'fi X, n - 52- ' :rg-ba' V a 7 gr, L I 4 I. ,ta.,.. L' r' fy? .H 1 1'-l -1:43 ' J. i if l'ivj . Iohnny Powell Bridgeport Ioe Price Lincoln Virginia Ratth Grafton Tom Reader Kimball A 7 Gary Oalzelon St. Paul 1 - 1 5 1 -,V i V41iw'r.d I A ilu- I. il 5' ,J 1 .I fi. t 'i P . fi - 4, Illoli " . ,-CA? H 'iv . "" 'JX9li,',E, Richard Prather Lincoln Wilma Price Moorestown, Gary Raymond Meadow Gro Bonnie Reiss Lincoln larry Price Lincoln New Iersey VB Ieraldine Priesner Ogallala Leslie Rea Lincoln Shirley Raxroth Humboldt - 53- Mary Pacas Doris Piper Richard Neumcyer William Nickels F ' x Beatrice Vernon Nicodemus David City Richard Oaks Lincoln Robert Orndorff Nehawka Helen Penton Lincoln Connie Peters Yutan I-lldine Porter Lincoln Eola Powell Central City A , Ii iz' - VY' x F P . gl' ' I f ' it , 7 ! Y N: - la i J 'VJ W . 4 4 ' "W if-jg.-ig l P X K ' . 3' Y -1 ,pu W t 'fx' ' "5-.Q o W - .L in :M me il 12- ' 4431, in V' M " nga 4A ,E Vi 1 Q - , r 3 , -M, , fill I i i A 7 wifi? 4 iff l . 1, All-irllvssma - V bf- F' l ' if -ir , ,. ..-. -4- Y --. ...... ' :I K s 1 9 95 -l Q A l f r , , l Virgene Schmidt Blair Louie Schwoppo Tecumseh Harold Shanks Bridgeport Lois Smit Beatrice -rl . ' i , n, ,I Y .w J l r K- J9' 1 , fag' Wim 1 1 r. M 1 ' V ,!1 5 lr , fffe,,:iaa.g'3. ff E Ba nga ,, ' w-rf 51. wr- Z, Hdaline Schmitt Daykin lorry Schrepi Lincoln Vivian Sehwior Lincoln Mark Seamark Lincoln Kent Sherman Loup City Leighton Skinner Ogallala Randal Smith Rubum Ioyce Spencer Lynch Gordon Rohinett Ogallala Carolyn Rohrig Friend Clyde Sachtlebon Milford Ioan Sauer Imperial Beverly Robson Thayer Rnn Root Omaha Sandra Sack Gresham Margaret Schhchtonuor Scottsbluff Iohn Rogers Newcastle Phyllis Rudd North Platte Larry Sandal! Lincoln Margie Schlxchtemxer Scottsblull A 5 L 3- '1 l - ' 1 A 'I 4' 1 4- 9 I 3 , l . 5 , ' 2' 1 I lv 'W ., - ' 5 1 ' J WL' - J Ji- . Q . f f ' ' -, Lf . . 1 - , r 9 4 N I ng I , 1 11- V . 5 lv 151155 . "i ' v I r wt Gt. lf ' 'T r .rf 'H . ,V 5 A 6- X f X PU, K I 'r ,4 U Ii, 1 ' 54 " L ' 5 A H -1 uw ' l Stanton Spohr Pawnee City I s H Ron Stools - - Lincoln X 40 1 f N ., Ardis Sterner - . ., 'Q . f I Merna lk R ' 1 l I C' Ll W A ,. Q V Dorothy Stray ' - it V North Platte U , , If-ju ,- 9. Ronald Suiter ,' vt 5" Hallam Glenda Swanson Thurston Y 1 Dona Mae Taylor A Broken Bow I' J' 'll Phyllis Thomal u, V .32 4' M- 3' 1 Bennet , 5, ' v y.. ' 'Q ' ' ' ,.!KgQJf,f1. Hobart Thomas A A f "K n 4 Clay cemer , ' , Hugh Thompson 4 -' Yuma, Colorado " A " ',. ' ' ' f N , ' YA VL ,H 11... Marjorie Thomplon 3' , ' 2 L, , Hlbion. I, V fqX"i"' A-,f F l 'Q' 35, Bill Thompson . 5 'r " "'3i1" e"lus , I kin- Lincoln Gary Thomlon V Palmyra ,Jr Marllynn -road A Q l , Greenwood ,Q I, A Y Marana Toombl ,A z 'li at or at sf MTV , - ' l t Dave Tullio ' I 7 Lincoln is ' Q I f ' Wm. Q ' 1 xr A s K , lanet Turner I A . - - nsmana 4 gm 'L' V Q El' W ,. - " N., ' v Man new T'l.' '- U ml, V 1 M J. in , ' La- xf 1 Loi: Vorqo W b I Clarks n H M . - ' Q ,lx W 5, , ' WV- U " ' A , . ldona Vodohnal ' J, .'..'x . -1 I . 3, F , -, - North Loup , 5 V " V , C "V mt Virginia Wagner ' '53 Q LL-, .. - , L' Lil, .. Ar' Edgar Walvoord Va, - - Firth ,f A . iv ' . Carolyn Watson V n Inman Lallonno Weston .,,,'!. 'TX 'f fg ' io r C ' "55- ' 551322 ,-L, I w , ' gif'fl'Z,g.w- QQ ! or or,r o-t- to 5 Q A 41. L 'uf Q .QI nv , A 1 .'.a?4' , n,.,.Jg,g ! A Louie Whitmore ' , Shelby 4 Mary Ellen Williams T 6 K. 1 ' fn 2 Big Springs f e 'Q ' 2 gf: , rlia l lj . - l , ,' V , 1 1 i W QEQQ r L, 1 al r l l L M ' as Marilyn Zuhlke Sterling Ivan Crane York Max Lybarger Flrcadia Ray Richer! Lincoln Hndrew Wusier Lincoln Emalie Whilney Salem lack Willianq Lincoln Berdine Young Lincoln I-'RESHMEN NOT PICTURED lake Fitzgerald Muskogee Henry McDonald Tallhina, Oklahoma Norman Schwenk Lincoln -56- lane Gaies Lincoln Floyd Peizoldl Chapman Hllred Smiih Gretna Mary E. Williams Verdon Shirley Wolters Harbine Sheryl Yutesler Chapman X 2930 Q5 ' aw , N Z 7 f'4 , I ,f A X. .x 1 , l , av I I X ? 'ur WV, ff, 4' , ,!,,!1! lu. MM 1 IV, jizjxx 9 uf '41 ' L h U Lil- :Filly :hwlli We Al . Iff' I J ' lf" f 1 J I ' ,f 1 I J' 1 if f . J I -ii, Y ff - 'W"f'Z- ,I - -5 , 1- v DL 5 '-, f , .KW Frances Habbo! Omaha Sophomore Warren Folio! Plainview Freshman Wayne Hunldns Columbus Freshman Fosler McGuire Knob Noster, Missouri Freshman 1, T' Cleo Delaney Lincoln Junior lorry Harkrader Lincoln Freshman Gary Iorgenun Lincoln Freshman Carol May Suiion Freshman ff " is h 5' ,v - A 's,. .Q-' .. I ,,, .N Dirgaldlfautlx 4 S!.4L',, A 'eiz,h,,..,,, pf? ji ll 1 , 0. ' 15 Q if Q , r . N F S V , Barbara Hull 1 "" T ' if 1 X Omaha , - ' T 1 ' Freshman ' P .F 'M H ' -7 T ar- 3 'Wu ' 3 -'T Rita Lulu' Lincoln Sophomore , 'K . 7 S g V 5- 5 I Mariorie Monalmilh 13 V V I Lincoln li 1 lr ' Senior . ' lu, ' ,. , ' SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS f T is T lfffgw ntl X l f L L' sr .' wr in .X lg ,if .Q Ioan Ianda Neal Lincoln Senior Ronald Olson Moline, Illinois Iunior Ernie Ronnor Gold Coasi. Donald Shank: Lincoln Freshman Roberf Slat! Lincoln Freshman Wayne Weliphal Elkhorn Sophomore Annales Wiln Bennet I unior I-lirlca John Run I-lallsbora. North Carolina Freshman Barbara Stevens Lincoln Senior Katherine Buersleita Lincoln il ,av 77" Carolyn Cline Lincoln Hilda I-'rlenen Fairbury Evelyn Iohnson Fllvo Robert Kernee Lincoln Nant? Kirk Hallam Sheila I-ink Ravenna T Bertlaarnaae Ward Lincoln Marilyn Bkelon SPECIAL STUDENTS SPECIAL STUDENTS NOT PICTURED Frances Covey Millon Dewhini Barbara Deney Weeping Water Lincoln Grand Inland Lincoln Maraarel Harman Darleen Herman Pal Hunter I-eo Iearnbev l-i!1C0lI1 Murdock Lincgln Adams Connie Iehnnon Grace Icy BOBBY MOYUCH Reber! Nerdlina Whitman Lincoln Puebla. Colorado Lincoln Bob Rodin Vero Beach, Florida SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS NOT PICTU RED Robert Adams lorry Hndemm Tom DeCora Paul Kilborn Seattle, Washington Grand Island Brvadwaier Omaha Sophomore Iunior Freshman Freshman Bernard Logan Ralph Long Eugene Nelson Herbert Rilm Rushville Lincoln Lincoln Gurlev I unior Special Sophomore Senior Lane Westmoreland Warren Wilken Lincoln Mul'd0Ck Sophomore Freshman ' "flaw" 77 - 7 'Ag Y' A 7M:E1iA'7ffff 1 'Q .r - 4 , ' ' :mum mu. - 5 fm ' ' . bf ' A L, 1' - X V' 4 Ioycc Bare . r "3 F 1 duzu U W Doroilxy Curzon QW ' ' 'F , I. 4 ' L Elva Davidson , 1 9 3 h ., UA r Y , v xaq nam . 0 X .' ' , 3- X .. 3:4 I ' ' Hub-1 su Ianni Parlay gg., lane Hanlon E " Ianico Lindhammor ig Vorla Liver! ,r 2 .. r- : lb' J - , 5, , ' Eleanor McCauley 56' X, 'V - W Sonya McCormack Marilyn McDonald - ,Q V Phyllis May ' Edith Palmer Nancy Poten Rhonda Loo Van Benning Marqaro! Wclu-opo Hobocca Vandorllico Mary Whilcomb Barbara Mehrman 4 if r 1 , K S Y . 1 1 . x A 4' 6 fp, Mm-um swnw , u 1 ' -G 5 f ' sa"' w :,i.L WMV Us W Ioan Wesilall if- . I N , ' ip Marcia Younqson '- W 3 5 ' --60- Maier . V 4 ,V T Mary Lou Gr Iohn Haggstrom, Margie 6: Margaret scnucntemier, Ieanette 6 Ieanene Krause The three sets of twins enrolled in this year's freshman class caused a bit of confusion the first few weeks of the year. Even though we do not know which is which of the Krause and Schlichtemier twins we do know we are not seeing double. Nancy Kirk, Miss Iohnson, Ray Kirk, Wayne and.Dyaine Kirk Registration was a family affair for the Kirks. Ray is cr-fulL time student studying for the ministry and Mrs. Kirk enrolled as a part-time student. While mother attended classes in the afternoon daddy looked after the twins. ..- Y -WI -ar i r ' V 1 N A ' T T i lf' , , 1 - -fs F1 N .2 ' Il ' 2 wil v , ' H... " ' M! Xl T l il-, H l Q E X A. ' T ue Nebraskds Statesman in the halls of the Capitol In front of Lincoln's statue in Lincoln Memorial. Building. NOT PERISH THE Lb ' . 2. ' he----W - e.,-.-.,,-,ty , if T It-A' Y .x T A Z: biti i - ., 1 5, g 1 '34-S E 1, F '- Reading l..incoln's Gettysburg Rddress. The Washington Semester During the first semester three Nebraska Wesleyan students, LeRoy Bor- ders, Willa Io Cramer and Iim Moeller attended The Washington Semester in Washington, D. C. The Washington Semester is a program where students from various schools throughout the nation spend a semester in Washington attending classes at the American University studying the activities of gov- ernment. In the above pictures the Wesleyan students are enjoying some of the historical points of interest in the Nation's Capitol. - 62- NQ559 'X WH 4' n y 4 4, - , 140-,,,4 - 4: ,Z 1 , ,gf ' I, : 1, 1-H ' ' 1 -, ' fr! X 'yfqfff of . X fw f 1, ,X VH-x Wifi! -'Ja' 79 Ziff L 'I f -- , ' 4 7 S. ILL -' J f A I ' -'J lee., -7 if I -Til N W1 ' I-?4"1M I A , Vhglili A fi f N KA' fx wwwx 452476 ., f ff ' f I f Xml fy! ZW '71, 1 'Lf f X 2-7,LA4fLLl if X , . bqk N If ! THE T UDBNT Eamxzla s MU PRESENTED BY ..... NEBRASKA WE SLETAN x 1 -..Q Aqqrgaret . I L ,v y Cq f . l Ilene Wufz Pfince Kar! F K Iqn Homer Harrison: Kathie Icy Newbury OPERETTA The music of Sigmund Romberg fills the air, as the Nebraska Wesleyan Operetta of 1953-54 is presented. "The Student Prince" was one of the biggest and best productions to be seen on the campus in many a year. The setting of "The Student Prince" is beau- tiful, romantic Old Heidelberg. Near the uni- versity grounds is a time-mellowed little inn, where a congenial band of students have gath- ered in high spirits to sing the rousing "Drink- ing Song." The story moves on, introducing Prince Karl Franz, who has enrolled in the uni- versity and taken his place in the roistering student life. Between him and Kathie, the inn's pretty maid, there is a growing affection. How- THE CAST Von Mark ...... ................................. H erbert Enns Dr. Engle ................. ......... R obert Cumming Prince Karl Franz ........ ........ H omer Harrison Ruder ........................ ............ R ex Walker Gretchen ..,.. ....... ....... A d eline Schmidt Toni ........... .............. D on Larkin Detliff ................. ......... E rnest Shippen Lucas ..................... ......... C hester Sautter Von Asterberg ....... ......... F rank Mills ever, it is to be a brief romance. Karl Franz is suddenly recalled to his royal duties, and re- minded of his betrothal to a lady of rank. The parting between Karl and Kathie is sweetly poignant, but both know the country must be served. The music is full of compelling charm throughout, and includes: "Student Marching Song," "Golden Days." "Drinking Song," "Deep in My Heart," "Come Boys," "Let's Be Gay," and "Serenade," A combination of the music, art and speech departments assured the fine production of this musical. The cover on the opposite page was de- signed by Toshira Isa, and the Art department. Kathie ........ .......... I ay Newbury Lutz . ........................................ ......... L ew Hunter Hubert ,..,............,..................,................ Bob Yanike Grand Duchess Anastasia .......... Beverly George Princess Margaret .......................... Carlene Wurz Captain Tarnitz ........ ........... B ob lewett Countess Leydon ....... ............ B etsy Hines .......George McCabe .Elroy Nelson Baron Arnheim ..... Rudolph .............. ......... Phyllis Plott and Roy Hanson as two-thirds of the love I Hlanuary Thaw" was the first Plains- man Theater production of the l953-54 season. ln it, an old farmer and his wife re- turned home alter many years of travel, only to lind their house occupied by a young writer and his wild family. Lew Hunter and Sylvia Aregood were cast as lonathan and Mathilda Rockwood, the old farmer family. Earl Allison and Sandra Hendricksen played the part of a writer and his silly wife, respectively. Phyllis Edgar and Iean Barber played the parts of two of their torn-boy daugh- ters. Phyllis Plott, Roy Hanson, and Tom Perkins provided the love-triangle. JANUARY THAW triangle. THE CAST Frieda ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,....,..,,,,....... Beth Rosenau Herbert Gage ,,.,,.. ,......... E Cxrl R. AlliSO1'1 Sarah Gage ...... ..,..... P hyllis Edgar Paula Gage .......................... Iean Barber Marge Gage .......... Sandra Hendrickson Barbara Gage ..,.,..,................ Phyllis Plott George Husted ........,........... Tom Perki1'1S Ionathan Rockwood ............ Lew Hunter Mathilda Rockwood ...... Sylvia Aregood Uncle Walter .......................... Paul Foster Matt Rockwood ...... .......... R Oy HGTISOI1 Herbert and Marge Gage giving Ionathan and Mathilda Rockwood orders to "get out". ..65... al"""' X351 XXX S'd 1.hcY, Margaret, Hillary, and H Fairfield family'S yjfey um Hester. HH t ense moment in the "A Bill of Divorcementu, the second Plains- cast as Sidney Fairfield, who sacrificed her ca- man Theater production, found a different type reer after she discovered that insanity ran in of play than is usually seen on a college cam- the family. Gene Brayman played the part of pus. The theme was the return of a man who Kit, and with Sidney provided the comedy et- had escaped from a mental institution after fect. fifteen years. The insane man, Hillary Fairfield, Aunt Hester, P1f1Yed bY BUTIDUTG Nelson. Und WGS played by 101-m pike' Rosemary Lucke WGS Parson Pumphrey, played by Bill Nichols, were cast as the Woman who had divorced him While the msiof Supporting roles' Roger Hutchirfgs he was in confinement, and Earl Allison was cmd Arln Root' cast Us the doctor cmd the mcuq' Cast as the man She planned to marry- respectively, were also supporting roles. This play marked the second appearance of George Darlene Allen and Marlys Nelson were both Puggin Brassey, who was cast as The Dog. George Puggin Brassey "My seco nd stage appearance Ki "Under the Mistletoe" t and Sidney 67- K' "Everybody smilel" jean Barber, Bill Hill, Lew Hunter, Erin Murphy and Sylvia Flregood. The third Plainsman Theater production, "The Skin oi Our Teeth," opened at the theater beginning March 17 and ran for four days. With an entire cast of twenty-live, this comedy farce featured flying and leaning flats, an acting mammal and dinosaur, movie slides and actors intermingled with the audi- ence. Dr. Grace Newell Meeker, ot Pullman, Washington, and guest instructor at the University of Nebraska, served as guest di- rector. Lew Hunter and Sylvia Aregood were cast as Mr. and Mrs. Antrobus in their sec- ond hit of the year. lean Barber and Bill Hill played the parts of the Antrobus chil- dren, and Erin Murphy was delightful in the role of Sabina. THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH THE CAST Lew Hunter ........................................ Mr. I-Xntrobus Sylvia Aregood ..,.... ........,.. M rs. Antrobus Erin Murphy ........... ........ S abina, the maid Bill Hill .,.......... ........,. H enry Antrobus lean Barber ................. ........ G ladys Antrobus Valerie Kremenecky ..... ...... Phyllis Edgar .............. I Barbara Ziggafoos ......... .The fortune teller ........The dinosaur ..,.....,The mammal , 'a- I l lg ., , F :Q , ... ,,,.,-- - Y- 'Tr '-' - . 'J-me-fr H1-ff3"'i 2 w-.2--Af?I.' ., Sylvia Hregood as Mrs. Flntrobus is trying to keep things alive. I K rfrtldi ff-'T L TH-.., l , x-. f .. Fe as 9' wP?' ll A ll fu as I N L 1 M!-' g is e I if -Lil, . V 1 , . ' L, . ' fii b IA .1 X .- IP ii' i- L Q - -" Row I: I. Newbury, M. Francisco, P. Plcit, C. Rudd. Row 2: H. Harrison, C. Spencer, L. Hunter, E. Rllison, C. Hoon. No! Pictured: Director Irene Kelley, E. Murphy. ROAD Road Show is Nebraska Wesleyan's travel- ing dramatic and speech company. The three main objectives ot this organization are: speech training for individual members of the com- pany, the attainment oi a high professional standard oi platform skills, and the establish- ment of good public relations with prospective students of Nebraska Wesleyan University. SHOW! This year's Road Show, under the direction of Miss Irene Kelley, took a northern route and visited twenty-four churches and fifteen schools and such Nebraska towns as Alliance, Chad- ron, and Valentine. The company also visited Lusk, Wyoming and spent Palm Sunday in the Black Hills. . . ' . '. ' . f . . . . 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'.-4.1.55 . xg.'-g:'5m'-224 535 r:-gq::.g.,.::- .-ar.-.-.1-:-1-:t ,, ,eq Piccolo Dorothy Kunkel Flute Ianet Fullriede Hlice Gentry Pat lay Barbara Walker Clarinet Shelia Link Charles Bagley Ieanne Lindstrom Eleanor Clarke Iohn Rogers Madelyn Hilgenfeld Clyde Sachtleben Ianet George Elinor Smith .Flrdis Steiner Margie Schlichtemier Margaret Schlichternier Carrna Lea McPheron Norene Meyer Bassoon Audrey Hlexander Hlto Clarinet Virgene Schmidt CONCERT BAND Bass Clarinet Beth Rosenau Alto Saxophone Marilyn McClurg LaVern Richards Katherine Calvert Tenor Saxophone Barbara Lures Io Lautenschlager Baritone Saxophone Raymond Cyr French Horn Shirley Wilkinson Colleen Littrell Marilyn Larson Lois Haddix Cornet Bill Ienkins Don Swigart Bob Dappen Keith Bornemier Larry Sandall Doris Piper Kent Sherman -70.. Trumpet Don Huston Ronald Lyss Keene Hueltle Trombone Tom Wright Howard Brooks Bob Iewett Fludrey Bartlett Paul Poster Baritone Shirley Rexr-:th Lois Vergo Basses Lou Schweppe lack Nispel Louise Stone Leon Taylor Percussion Clarke Gellermann Larry Hbker lean Kyes Eola Powell Donna Kovarik 'sf -S-S" ii e CW! Build Dat hd-ll Robe' t T- Mats The Wesleyan instrumental program di- rected by Robert Marshall consists of three units: marching band, three pep bands and concert band. The "Pride of the Plainsmanu marching band is well known for its half-time drills during football season. During basketball the pep bands, which are entirely in student hands, liven up the games and yells. The last part of the year is highlighted by the fifty-tive member concert band Which, during its annual spring tour, presents concerts ot "better" music in high schools and churches of Nebraska and Kansas. BAND "The Pride of the P1ainsman" W , . 5 V . , -4, - f f -.AL-I 1. ,'3,g'ft'fV-'- I 11. L-'lf,f1 - V' ,' '. f,f'3ffP??1E, gui 4 jg -, 59' 'iff-.f ' ,Q "if fl g."Q'! ':,i': P " " 1-'.,1---2,-f-,J"i"f+2':- h ' f -' 21.-14:-ig".ftv,Z'Z:Z?i'-g-.3"2,''Q-Inv ,1.- a-- ' ,:':.-"TM, 'K-. .11 jf, v iivfi ,. 1-J ,, A wi 4, . , - ' Y-5,41,351-.f.55:-f'.1b.y:'5?2:4f:2ES'fSii4f:i,r-PQQQEQE uaQ:F1Lfx141..'mN.,ql,'t,BA5,. ,pf 'x , if--'I 'fix' 'f ' . -- tif,-'g ...ff '-'-'4' 'Zz'2 .?Q,3f246z9.'w.1F,KH,LS.Lime - Q' . , 'Il 7 v " E'-f1::M51Pi2'f2:fT r' ' E311 ' new ? -1 riff-f1w1fL' A -A:1:1 'f11 ..?FE'- Wi' W- ' 1-Je.-225 " :-'ing QQ 4-311,575 -A - 1 gpg , ,Q-, f I N ,:,-2: ,gig-. .1 ,L , ,- , . L4 p. g.'2f,'g?4,r3,:, -S95f.g,d:,1flq:,2i-5 'P' ff' - if 1 Y I ., ,. .V 5 V' A -fn , ' I - , -- I V u Sm I - Q- I S 1 Q 3 f D-A ' 1 " ' o I 5,3 x 1 p.i, vwywgww .34 y g I 5' yi? ' ,qs 6 TX, Row I: How 2: 1. Jepson, I. Miller, V. Wagner, R. Lehr. Row 3: Row 5: GIRLS' GLEE The Wesleyan Girls' Glee Club directed by Mary Louise Holding has thirty-two members. During the first semester, several programs were presented, in- cluding a TV appearance. The Glee Club has two small groups: a trio consisting ol Rosemary Lucke, Iean Hanson and Faye Martens and the new Barberette Quartette, an inspiration of Barbara Bradden. Other quartette members are Ianet Miller, Marjorie Thompson and Iudy Frandsen. During spring tour, the Glee Club gave thirty concerts in eastern Nebraska. Ioyce Finder- son assisted Carolyn Watson in accompanying the group,and soloists were Beverly George, Ianet Miller -and Marjorie Thompson. -731 B. Feather, S. Berclc, M. Campbell, I. Flnderson, K. Nelson, B. Robson, I. Oestmann, I. Cook S. Sack, M. Thompson, P. Hagemeister, G. Collins, M. Todd, R. Guthrie, B. George. How 4: I. Vrana, M. Nelson, I. Leach, F. Martens, I. Hanson, B. Ziggaioos. I. Dawson, C. Hass, P. Rudd, B. Bradden, Fl. Lucke, I. Frandsen. MSS Lo uise H Olding Dirocfor Q' NJ How 1: CDirectorI O. Bennett, D, Kunkel, S. Hregood, B. Bradden, M. Thompson, I. Frandsen, S. Link, F. Martens, M. Young. Row 2: I. Newbury, I. Miller, B. Monson, T. Linclstrom, I. Hanson, M. Ioy, M. Mahlin. Row 3: R. Yanike, I. Cole, R. Cumming, G. Thomson, E, Nelson, H. Enns, F. Mills. Row 4: H. Harrison, I. Price, E. Shippen, I. Grosvenor, G. Metzger, M. Evers, I. Thorness, B. Iewett, B. Merchant. Not Pictured: R. Walker, B. George. CHAPEL CHOIR mil organist Sauy Lieurance The Chapel Choir, directed by Oscar Bennett and accompanied by Sally Lieur- ance, is well known for special chapel music each Tuesday morning. During the year the thirty-three members have ap- peared on TV and have sung for the American Association of University Women, the Organists' Guild, and the First Methodist Church's School of Vic- torious Living. The choir also sang for one of the Methodist Lenten services in Omaha. V 32- . . www- ds, Oz, , ocffjgg W ,Tw U 1 , . TWHIS Ro : The Schhchtemwf Ho: 123 Kcvvrfk, D. sr MeYer, p. fairy' ik' if I N Trumpet Trio Trombone Trio Lei! to right: B. Dcppen, B. Ienkins, D. Husion. - 75 - Le!! to zighl: T. Wright, B. Ieweti, H. Brooks in- wl-...+,, , My ..,i li , V , , . 1., vs' 'ie T71 ,, g C? X' +.. le-Q .ly Seated: M. Hahn, V. Rath, I. Fussell, S. Hill, Mr. Hall, B. Cox, K. Norton, S. McHrdle. Standing: M. Bailey, R. Lang, T. Isa, M. Mahlin. Not Pictured: L. Bush, R. Walker, V. Kremenecky, L. Smit, M. Anderson, I. Schrept. ill . 1- V uf 3 1. F, 'G ..- ":Q , .' x, - . J f. -'V If xt. .' L ' K - - 1 ,, " , ff " ,. V , I.: A f1::1,f3 . 2 -e . f . 1 Q. 7-Q 1,8255 'li'-1Qiqfif.,'.. 'I 1 ,v -5 A no 3 iii. cf-,JA -I W' " 'QJF' '9i4'3j.-??,ll.f,.f-"lt: fig !'A2?"i' M '3 aw. ' E u . ' f 1 ' . ff' ,ff ,ri-2,1 - fp , J., EW,- ' Betty Cox. Editor -75- PLAINSMAN THE PLHINSMHN-Nebraska Wes- leyan's yearbook attempts to preserve some of the events of college life in pic- tures. The PLAINSMAN staff also sponsors the Nebraska Wesleyan University Beauty Contest and with the WESLEYAN sponsors the "Ideal Plainsmanu and "Ideal Plains- Woman" elections. I 3 , 1, ,., t 413' fflfl. ?,..'ii'r , J.-, ' "fi il ' Z' ::f- 7 ti, ,- - Iflrf .Eg-3' ,. ,, , d g flm Bllsln I Nor QYS K 5' ou!! ess M Qr Q en Nortoii Qve Hager PLAI NSMAN STAFF .......Mr. Hall .......Betty Cox Lynnette Bush .Karen Norton ...Russell Lang Photographers Rex Walker Evans' Studio Organrzations Editor Io Ann Fussell Honoraries Edltor ..Virginia Rath Greeks Editor Shirley Mc!-Xrdle ACl1V1l19S Editor ...Sheralee Hill Art Editors Valerie Kreme-necky, Toshiro Isa Class Ed1tors Mar1lyn Hahn, Lois Smit, Mary Ann Anderson Typist Margaret Bailey Writers Mary Lou Mahhn, Ierry Schre-pf -77 I ' ' 13 -. Q-4, , .. ' ' ' l . - e . fa K' " lin-9, V . Standing: S. Hill, M. Hahn, S. Mcllrdle, N. Matz, D. Miller, I. Cook, I. Schrepf, B. Iewett, R. Walker. Seated: C. Tietjen, R. Lowson, I. TeSelle, C. Spencer, E. Krondak, L. Sporer. Not pictured: Mr. Hess, B. Petersen, S. Lieurance, R. Hanson, N. Tanner. THE WESLEYAN The WESLEYAN is Nebraska Wesleyan University's weekly newspaper. The students receive their copies after chapel each Thursday. The paper serves the campus as a news source, serves off campus as a link with alumni and friendsp and provides experience for those interested in journalism. In former years the college paper has been known as: "The Wesleyan Hatchet", "Eccritean", and "Nebraska Wes1eyan". -78- 9 ,SQ nofhel' Qu Sin H016 eolilf SD 9 e 71936127 ,S own em-ec Bio? ink' ' 505101, Sine-vs M qnqge I' HW Bob? IYQS Advisor ....... Fred Hess Editor ............................ .......... I eanalee TeSel1e Business Manager ............... .......... C arl Spencer Sports Editor ...................................... Bob Petersen Columnists ............ ....Bob Iewett, Aileen Lowson, Elaine Krondak, Dick Miller Circulation ...................................... Carole Tietjen Poets ...................... Sally Lieurance, Roy Hanson Photographer ...................................... Rex Walker Reporters .............. ......Iudy Cook, Sheralee Hill, Aileen Lowson, Neil Tanner, Ierry Schrepf -79- eteljg e b Sn, S SS: ,ec Fw Doris Ofd at F 'T M .. A 1 Q. A 0 - 4 I Z4 fm - Q' . n . Q 4jlg,, g,.ggZ' I In . vifzfii' Q4 aj5v,3fVf, Wffg? 1 X x'A'+-W"1'ha'v75"7'l' 'J-255,25 W- R-3433! fm ff'f.1aw14 0 ffm-i'a T Wg? ' wwf' X , ' ' - fy .f f' 'g I X . 1 V ,- T Z H WW-fi , , " I ' f ' f' t - "' 2 E . ,f I I f J - E-gig' ' f ' fg 5. 'x ling!! ? K-5 ff..- ? N ' W4 x .X f f- X' ' " 'J 9 5- ' f 1 i U X1 W ' ',1'.2:!i'f? II X V, '21 , 1251 N ' K . ' ' hd I -:W X 7s f-'f Q N- - W k , 'vm-X 1,5 -. , 'ills 2 - "':,v- gfggi j y 251 544 fl o ,,,. : - new 1: 1. Luschei, L. Luginbixl. Rl if' 5. -if W 1-,Eff Row 2: P. Hagemeister, R. Lucke, I. Ll lr, ,gp -' sl Hndcrson. , t ,K gif 9 1:-2 'E lt" 3 5 '-A - 553 K' 1:74- C77 if-'4' i . -'T-.4 if ' lv ,, ' if- fix' A , 5Q:f'?" W 9 figsii. i' ' . W " . - , if-' li l vfqig. ob I - . NN fx K 7 A "' ,-. W WHO S i W in f' . 'cs . L' , , , . G: X ., . V3-T 7 .. , A V 1 Q.. .M I . x " WHO I. Lightbody, D. Williams. V. Dye, N. Priest. One oi the highest honors which can b e bestowed upon a senior is to be listed in Who's Who in American Colle ges and Universities. Participation in e prerequisites for these people. The to represent Nebraska Wesleyan on the basis of high scholarship, leadership ability, cooperation and participation activities, and on display of promise of fu- campus activities is only one of th members of Who's Who are chosen in academic and extracurricular ture usefulness. -8,- khdfdt' h - X Flndersoml-Bu' - 'ii 1.1-1150 e" ' L, Lu'-Qmb' ' e. l- Hanson' k Rnderson, Salma . Ii, ri P. Hogemeigteaosenoul C. Hu 1 D mmena' 'A.LoW5"'l' ' W' 5 'dt 5. me-1' ' No! Plcmw Y CARDNNAL KE Cardinal Key members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leader- ship, personality, and participation in campus activities. This honorary for junior and senior women emphasizes the development of character by appli- cation of the cardinal virtues to living and leadership through service. The freshmen girls soon become acquainted With the silver-caped coeds, since delivering sorority bids is one duty of this group. Cardinal Key, in coopera- tion With Blue Key, sponsors the annual May Fete. l One of the greatest honors that any Wesleyan man can possess is to be chosen as ct member oi Blue Key. A man is eligible for tapping after he has completed two years of college Work. These junior and senior men are chosen for their leadership ability, their scholarship, and their participation in campus activities. This national men's honorary fraternity co-sponsors the May Fete and meets monthly to discuss campus leadership problems. BLUE KEY tt D Olson. D603 Mickglil-Dmzgsaxlrorih. B- Brown' new 1: B. TSW? gchlichtemieff N' Pn's ' Row 2, V. Y , , 1 Not pictured: D. Williams -83-' J 23. 10 'X T y vw- ,,.. N-f Q-v 1'-1 How 1: fFaculiyI M. Snow, P. Slonecker, M. Corns, E. Booth, G. Lux. Row 2: M. Mahlin, E. Luginbill, I. Luschei, P, Hagemeisier, R. Lucke, D. Miller. How 3: CFacultyI I. Bartley, D. Mickey, I. Rosentrater, C. Goss, G, Callen. Row 4: Mr. N. Slack, I. Moeller, I. Schlichtemier, N. Priesl, Mr. E. Mattingly. Noi Pictured: KFacultyI C. Bracy, R. Deal, W. French, E. Hoffman. PHI KAPPA PHI The primary purpose of Phi Kappa Phi is to stimulate interest in high scholarship through encouragement oi the student to strive for the highest degree of proficiency of which he is capable. Membership is limited to the upper ten percent of the senior class. The members are selected from those ranking highest in scholarship and showing greatest promise of future success. ..84- The purpose of Psi Chi, the national psychology honorary fraternity, is primarily to advance the science of psychology. A second purpose is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship of the individual members in all academic fields, particularly in psychology. Membership is limited to students who have earned twelve or -more hours of psychology credit hours and have maintained an average of 2.9. These students must also be in the upper halt of their class. PSI CHI H group ol newly elected members Row I: M. Mclhlin, M, Linton, D. Miller, M. Kyes. How 2: R. Lucke, B. Bradden, G. Lemmon, H. Menelee, L. Stone, M. Van Nostrand. Members not pictured: Sponsor-R. W. Deal, Pres.-I. Lightbody, H. Coffey, M. Cutler, R. Cutler, H. Low- son, R. Manning, B. Radin, L. Tyrrell, L. Gerbeling. . .8-K, ix N, C Row l: I. Luschei, H. Lawson, Miss Corns, P. Hagemeister, D. Miller. Row 2: I. Schlichtemier, Dr. Ccllen, Mr. Weeks, M. Mcxhlin. Row 3: B. Iewett, I. Moeller, Dr. Rosenstrater, N. Priest, C. Spencer. No! Pictured: E. Luginbill, R. Lucke, M. Hanson, R. Hanson, C. Rudd, I. Burkhardt, C. Bracy, I. Bartley W. Dunn, R. Deal, D. Mickey, O. Miller, N. Slack The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu is to further the study and promotion of good social relationships between all groups in all communities. Its members are chosen from those students who are primarily interested in the social sciences and who lead their class in scholarship and leadership. t . i Row 1: T. Wallace, H. Smith, Dean Gass, D. Williams, I. Schlichtemier. Not Pictured: Professor Sorensen, L. Smith. Theta Nu is an honorary fraternity which promotes interest in the medical professions. Persons possessing high scholarship are eligible for member- ship in Theta Nu. Row l: C. Sautter, S. Williams, D. Crone, B. Hnspaugh, M. Bures, A. Robertson. Row 2: B. Htkins, C, Burgason, P. Bloomgren, H. Brooks, D. Beishline. I. Pdrk. O- KOCTI. PFOUESSOY FfenCh. C. Fref-leriClr Not Pictured: Professor Gass, Fl. Forrest, W. Baker, H. Meyer. Sigma Pi Sigma stimulates interest in the study of physical sciences demonstrations, lectures, and group activities which promote participation and understanding. ..g7.. r""" PI KAPPA DELTA B, Koenig- kke, 9' Lawson' si B. Hines. T' Bra M Scbwenk. 9- Fone ' new 1: G. Lemmon' K of. cauen. - N, Schwen , now 2: D, OXSOD. Non Picmedt C' Budd' Membership in Pi Kappa Delta, a national honorary forensics fraternity, signifies achievement in inter-collegiate debate, oratory, extemporaneous speaking, and discussion. This organization attempts to promote the art oi speech, which serves as the means of so many great movements. Theta Alpha Phi, which is also known as TAP, is a national honorary dra- matics fraternity at Wesleyan. It acclaims recognition ot outstanding drama students and acts as the governing body, under which the Plainsrnan Players produce the theater's season of public productions. Three "Oscars" are pre- sented: one to the Best Actress, one to the Best Actor, and one to the person who has done the most work off stage. - o. 1: Mufphv.L.HuHler'PQ1Yl1ofli: s. icmdck- M- Wmcxsc ROW h ' I C Rudd.B- es ,l : B. Hines: ' Zglm- iltjvz Zictuxedz B- Rosencu' R. Ton o 1. fi ' X If I ,9 -UV.. X A png --.Hz ,x r , I if S , ' H ,,,, A l THETA N-PHA PH KAPPA KAPPA PSI .qc Y"' ,, V ' v Row l: B. Dappen, P. Foster, R. Marshall, D. Huston., B. Ienkins. Row 2: D. Swigert, H. Brooks, C. Bagby, L. Qbker, L. Richards. Not pictured: M. Bures, W. Baker, F. Mills. The national honorary fraternity for college bandsmen on the Wesleyan campus is called Kappa Kappa Psi. Outstanding bandsmen are elected to membership which is a reward for technical achievement and outstanding ability. Recognizing music at its best is also another characteristic ot members in Kappa Kappa Psi. --r . .fl I-.- ...,-nr Tau Beta Sigma, Wesleyan's national honorary band sorority, strives to stimulate leadership and cooperation in the field of band music. It awards honors to any deserving bandswoman who is enrolled at Nebraska Wesleyan. w 1 L"N- , Row 1: I. Burkhcrdt, B. Rosenuu, M. Norris, B. Lutes. No! Piciured: S. Wilkinson, I. Fullriede, M. McClelland, D. Kunkel, E. Clarke, E. Smith, I. Lindstrom, D. Sharp, I. Lautenschlager, L. Stone. -9l.. GAMMA UPSILGN .,., 'rv r I ,,...--,H ' I Row 1: R. Walker V. Dye, R. Lang, C. Friederick, K. Norton, C. Cameron. C. Tietien, I. TeSel1e. Not Pictured: Fred Hess, B. Brown, L. Bush, D. Cline, D. Miller, B. Schuelke, I. Shaw, B. Thurman, I. Dunbar B. Ieambey, I. Luschei, B. Petersen. Gamma Upsilon, a national student publications fraternity, is a rather new honorary on the Wesleyan campus. The purpose ot Gamma Upsilon is to en- courage interest in College student publications and stimulate interest in any phase of student literary Work. Therefore, it is a publicational and educational concern dealing with authentic endeavors of intellectual quality in college. 55' lf A la ' lg., 3, Hileen Lowson was awarded the HHUW Scholarship for 1953-1954 Willard Sorority was awarded the .scholarship trophy sw gi QQ W A I vi.. - vQfA'?5.up1,,.!,,f41fI. I 1 ,-V," ,Z ....... 1 x , '2.41 q,,ig- ' ..--,,1,f,,, , - - --5 ,LI-111 -'iii ws: gm, m f -.--ffl - wg- iievf 1 -1- """- 5f7?5'L5fw.fiiii? -52 1 Lf- . - 4 Y"-1:71111-1' ' : WW' ' , - , 5.3 4 MJMJIHV , ' g ' ' - , - - W . W, - 94 Row How Row Row 3 3 2. es 'f T , X 1 L- -.. -- YW ' . How l: W. Price, I. Priesner, B. Frandsen, D. Marshall, N. Baldwin, M. Qnderson Row 2: R. Garman. M. Hahn. S. Berck, L. Smit, B. Huff, K. Calveri, S. Beachler Row 3: M. Campbell, M. Williams, I. Hull, V. Wagner, I. Vodehnal, C. May. JOHNSON HALL rl 6' P. Harvey, M. Zuhlke, P. Rudd, S. Hendriclcsen, M. Schlichtemeier, M. Schlichtemier C. Barber, H. Root. . Swanson, P. Hsmus, I. Munderloh, C. Cramer, 1. Linclstrcm, M. Hanson, M. Toombs, B. Henning. C. Watson, M McClurg, M. Williams, M. Barnes, I. Braddock, I. Frandsen, D. Stray, P. Fldams. M. Bailey. Matz, I. Sauer, I. Deckinger, M. Thompson, V. Fosberg, H. Beal, B. Nelson, C. Peters, C. Littrell. .. - I5 in it UT v Row 1: I. Burke, M. Todd, D. Piper, P. Doty, I. Kyes, E. Powell, C. Duncan. I . Row 2: E. Miticka, R. Guthrie, B. Godtel, I. George, B. Robson, A. Schmitt, K. Keele, P. Edgar. How 3: R. Hnderson, C. Green, I. Krause, I. Krause, I. Leach, M. Larson, K. Christopher, B. Feather, S. Sack. Row 4: K. Whitney, C. Hass, I. Cook, I. Turner, S. Rexroth, H. Stamer, V. Schmidt, S. Yutesler, P. lay. l i .i .1 Y 'A .4 B l Iohnson Hall is the home away from home into the wee morning hours, participating in for 105 Nebraska Wesleyan Freshman girls, firesides and parties will be some of the many memories Iohnson Hall holds for the girls in Learning to cooperate with others. studying their first college year. ga '?" 'r ',l How 1: M. Lawlis, C, Rohrig, D Wilson, V. Kremeneclcy, B. Frohlich. Row 2: M. Nelson. M. Baxter, I. Spencer. D. Taylor, S. Wolters, M. Haggstrom. Y QLD! lf in Y' 5 A Row l: I. Cook, M. McClurg, I. Kyes, C. Rohriq, I. Krause, P. Edgar H. Beal How 2: C. Watson, I. Deckinger, D. Marshall, I. Lindstrom, B. Frandsen, M. Hanson, D. Wilson, M. Campbell, Miss Eberhart JOHNSON HALL OFFICERS President ............ ...... C arolyn Watson Secretary ,..... ......... I ucly Cook ViCe-President ...... ....... M ary Campbell Treasurer ...... ...... P hyllis Edgar fs Griggs V ziisasfsfio -,. - , wt .........,.. Q, . " :J 'ug -. T 5 44: Z Iohnson Hull counselors: Donna Wilson, Belhel Frandsen, Dorcas Marshall, Ieanne Linclsh-om, Marie Hanson -97. t ww? ' K N r... Marilyn Vcm Nostrand-attendant to "W" Sweetheart. The four class representatives to Sweetheart-Patsy Hogemeister, Marilyn Kyes Icmet Miller, Icmet Deckinger. Q' Homecoming decoration-the finished product. w g... E .i ,fe .is ' , rv Q t' 5 ' r s K E t E Row 1: S. Lteurance, S. Magill, I. Newbury, C. Tietien, F. Martens, I. Miller, I. Saathoff, C. Wagner, G. Collins Row 2: I. George, V. Rath, Fl. Bartlett, L. Meyers, H. Lowson, Mother Pauley, R. Rogers, I. Krause, I. Krause, V. Schmidt, W. Cramer. new 3: M. Williams, I. TeSelle, C. Weaiherhogg. L. Gerbeling, P. Hugemmsier. S. Yutesler. M. Von Nostrand. I- Deckinqer. M- Hilgenfeld, M. Hrubesky, S. Bernard, W. Iohnson, E. Gideon, E. Krondak, I. Keyes. Row 4: V. Ianke, C. Cramer, I. Munderloh, M. Braymen, C. Coleman, I. Turner, C. Greene, I. Lautenschlager, C. Kennedy, M. Keyes, P. Berger, E. Powell, I. Luschei, L. Luginbill, I. Huff, K. Whitney, M. Francisco. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA A scrapbook chuck full of pictures, clip- pings, and favors is the favorite "among our Alpha Gamma Delta souvenirs." The pages of favors from the Thanksgiving dinner, the Feast of Roses, the Valentine Tea, and the magic of the AGD formal are lovely recollections. The fun laughs out from the pages about the Fire- man's Ball, the scavenger hunt, the senior breakfast, and the many firesides. Announce- ments of pinnings, engagements, and weddings still hold that touch of excitement, surprise, and happiness for the "sweetheart," Loyalty and fraternal spirit glow from the pages of the rush parties and the pictures of the twenty-five new Alpha Gams. Pictures of our grand presidents visit, Iay Newbury as Kathy in the opera, Chick Martin--Theta Chi Dream Girl, Sally Lieurance- senior class treasurer, the tour AGD class attendants and attendant to the "W" Club Sweetheart bring to our eyes a glow of admiration and pride for the many honors AGDS have received. Another page shows that Who's Who claims Patsy Hagemeister, Elizabeth Luginbill, and Ioan Luschei, while the honor roll reflects the scho- lastic achievements of the Alpha Gamma Delta girls. So, as the pages flip by, one by one, and the memories fall back "among our souvenirs," even "though years may us sever, we will love you forever"-dear Alpha Gamma Delta. I taught I had cr tiell" Homecoming decorations -IOC- D?:"fw - - 2 PA . . , :eff .- - Row ls D. Michaud. M. Hunt, K. Howard, Mr. Sederburg, Mother Shealf, D. Powell, G. Stephens, E. Flllison, M. McDonald. Raw 2: F. Petzoldt, D. Walden, C. Hoon, W. Medow, W. Foster, N. Eberspacher, I. Calder, W. Iorclon, P. Kilbom, G. Brayman D. King, I. Gibson. Row 3: H. Harrison, G. McDonald, T. Calvert, F. Hladik, I. Lauer, B. Logan. L. Eigenberg, I. Wiltlcmg, E. Hixson, D. Williams, D. Iohnson. CRESCENT Another short year has passed over the horizon, the Crescents are left in a shadow of memories. Memories of the good old days of 1953 and 1954. The chants of the bear dance, the songs of the serenades and the rhythm of the hour dances, parallel with the Bowery party, the Silver and Blue iormal, the Western Ho-Down and the spring picnic. How could the year be complete without 'IDI'- the work on the homecoming, the fight for in- tramural championship, and the long hours of study. These all combine to form a Crescent, lead- ers and representatives in campus activities such as Student Senate, Theta Nu, Who's Who, Nu Med, "W" Club, Blue Key, Gamma Upsilon, Cog's and YMCA. The product of true Crescent brotherhood and fellowship. rfr- ns:-1 .1 -niv- i Okay now, altogether-one-two-up." "Oh, man-what cl party." f -v 5 'f 'J 1 ., .1 ' f'1' x - ' - ' ra , -1 Ml' 1 .'.' n a Q. Q.. , "Look at what I ioundf' I Delta Zeta Homecoming decorations, 1953. "IO2- I X Q., 5 - ug. -0-1'. ' ,' 4 -L4 ., , s In 'o., .. l'..l..l l 0 0 'g.u Q I ,Q 'la o.l C 'xp ,. vs Row lz P. Edgar, I. Sauer, H. Penton, I. Hummell, I. Iohnson, E. Murphy, B. Crawford, B. Thurman, L. Bush. Row 2: V. Kremenecky, I. Barber, M. Ioy, I. Hagemeister, Mother Misner, B. Rosenau, B. Ellis, V. Peters, R. Guthrie, D. McClellan. Row 3: C. Barber, I. Priesner, I. Vrana, I. Miller, I. Dawson, L. Zaugg, I. Cook, R. Nelson, I. Vodehnal, D. Miller, D. Sharp, R. Vrana. Row 4: C. May, P. Harvey, L. Smit, C. Peters, H. Gentry, I. Hnderson, M. Linton, I. Iepson, Fl. Root, L. Stone, I. Koenig, I. Rn- derson. DELTA FUN, FRIENDSHIP, AND ACHIEVEMENT have highlighted this year for all the Delta Zetas. FUN began this fall when we transformed the house into the Iolly Roger Pirate Ship lor our treasure hunt party. The Rose Dinner Dance, the most important of our parties, re- vealed George Edgar as DZ Man. Homecom- ing plans, Panhellenic Ball, preferencing and, of course, all the firesides became a part of everyone's memories. Our circle of FRIENDSHIP was increasedby eighteen wonderful pledges, who also proved to be full of mischief. Our friendship extended ZETA across the sea when We provided food and clothing for our Polish pen-pal. ACHIEVEMENT highlighted the activities for the DZ girls. Scholastic achievements of Alice Gentry and Ioyce Anderson were ac- knowledged at the Rose dinner, and also Phyllis Edgar was named Ideal Pledge. We had members elected to numerous campus honor- aries, such as Who's Who and Phi Kappa Phi. Offices in many campus groups were also in- cluded in the activities of the DZ's. These three, FUN, FRIENDSHIP, AND ACHIEVEMENT, all have made this year a really successful one. I . IO3- Pledge snack dcry. Winning Homecoming decorations. QU Newly elected Phi Kappa Tau president, Bill Bowmcxster, re- ceives the gcxvel from president Jim Schlichiemier. Z Santa Claus, Dick Odgers, and his helper l?J, Lew Hunter. -IO4- w . ' .f ' . W". - NV- . . . 71, M A A B 149 ...Q . ' 555' , f sq- Row l: B. Ienlcins, F. Mills, D. Larkin, S. Williams, B. Hill, I. Rainforth, L. Borders, I. Moeller, B. Bowmaster, B. Hbel, B. Nickels, R. Lang, B. Flnspaugh. D. Shanks. 'Row 2: I. Elswiclc, T. Wallace, M. Schwenk, D. Swigart, I. Schlichtemier, Mother Dowell, Dr. Rosentrater, L. Smith, D. Huston, B. Iewott, L. Hunter, K. Sherman, T. DeCoro. How 3: I. Pike, B. Koenig, G. Lemmon, C. Sachtleben, D. Haddix, C. Kohl, T. Godbey, C. King, I. Powell, M. Macy, B. Fltkins, R. Smith, N, Schwenk, H. Blokeney, D, McGowen, C. Spencer, W. Hunlcms, D. Odgers. Row 4: l. Rllely, R. Barry, D. Schlichtemier, G. Metzger, D. Boyce, I. Smith, W. Lang, I. Nispel, D. Beishline, D. Crone, B. Daniels, C. Georgeson, R. Bachman, H. Shanks, L. Luhrs, W. Westphal PHI KAPPA TAU Another year of achievements and lots ol fun, which contributed to the long history of memories, were ahead ol the Phi Kappa Taus as they returned to 5305 Huntington Avenue this year. The Taus wielded the paint brushes to do some extensive redecorating and the new tele- vision set added hours of entertainment. Honors began when the Homecoming dec- oration award was won for the third consecu- tive year and two Phi Taus were elected as Homecoming class attendants. There was scarcely an activity on campus which did not find a Tau among the leaders. Among these are the presidents of the sopho- more class, Blue Key, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Kappa Delta and Kappa Chi. As well as lead- ers in the "Y", Wesley Fellowship, Cogs, Nu Med, Kappa Kappa Psi, Theta Nu, "W" club, Theta Alpha Phi, and Pi Gamma Mu. Lew Hunter and Iohn Fike held the leads in some ot the plays while Mel Schwenk and Gary Lemmon won numerous honors in speech work. The fraternity was also well represented in athletics. Social events ol the year that will long be remembered include the Christmas party that transformed the house into an old English inn, and the French party complete with a Parisian atmosphere. Highlighting the social year was the Sweetheart Formal held at the Cornhusker Hotel. Not only have this year's activities been memorable events tor the Taus, but they have also made tremendous contributions to the overall program ot Nebraska Wesleyan. lx 5 Phi Mus help Santa by putting up their Christmas tree. I. i 'v ' 1 i A fe 4 4 2 'HL D . ffiyl ,512 t , iii ' 'JG fsl -X, 1- ,M x- ., . ,JL 4 Q ' " - "':Tf?r f'i"f' ' H- 7 " ' , 25:14 - ' 'Zz' I. 2 -2 1 . . - 32,1 ' -A-i ,1,L:. in I 4 l " 1 '25 il l ,I N - AJ!! x' Q L- . url :g"APA . J ,r 1 by H r Y . K- ,g - 1: tv 41' 1' 'iflfg - .. Santa Claus visited the Phi Mus at their Christmas fireside. ll:-u The winning Homecoming decorations. Another traditional lireside at the Phi Mu house. -I06- of 'T if t sf Ef'f'f1'li'TlyQ' 1- lf l"-21:14 ':"'s " 12" ' fl fix fffpkx... llnfwrugglblax. ta , YL 'T -, 'CU U -1 Q 97 I 4 fr. Q g . Q-, ."-27 ' ' j- .J V A 5. 1 Row l: I. Burger, Fl. Davis, D. Hansen, N. Roth, N. Matz, H. Schmitt. . 9 1 Q . How 2: B. Henning, S. Wilkinson, P. Fldams, M. Rnderson, Mother Reynolds, L. Tyrrell, B. Monson, B. Butler, S. Wilkinson, How 3: R. Lucke, L. Weston, l. Pieper, D, Stroy, R. Mclntosh, P. lay, F. Babbel, I. Oestmann, B. Nelson, D. Kovarik, V. Schwier, D. Hllen. Row 4: E. Clarke, S. Burnett, I. Frandsen, P. Flsmus, S. Hendrick sen, M. Toombs, S. Butler, B. Nelson, B. George, S. Rexroth. R. Lehr, I. Fullriede. PHI MU "It takes a heap of livin' to make a house a home." And anyone can tell you that there's plenty of "living" at 5219 Huntington. That's the Phi Mu house where thirty-seven girls work, play, and have some of the best times on camp- pus. Yes, this year has surely been a full one but our efforts were well rewarded. None of us will forget the Homecoming "Vogue" when we won first place with our house decorations, and Rosemary Lucke was crowned "W" Club -IO7- Sweetheart. Then there were our twenty-one new pledges, mid-term initiation of seventeen new actives, our firesides, our "Golden Nug- gett" and "Edgewater Beach" parties, our an- nual picnic, and Phi Mu formal. These and lots of other get-togethers are just some of the good times that we have had at our "home" this year. This "heap of living" has truly made our college years a fuller, richer, happier, and more worth-while experience. E IPF' Theta Chi's taking some boys from Cedars to o gcxme. X .r s ',?L,.,,i 521 1953 Homecoming decorations at the Theta Chi house. Z2 Hey, you ought to hear the line this one's "Come on fellas, let me see the music too - n got. -IOS- lil! 'e I I. x . Row 1: I. Anderson, D. Neurnayer, V. Nicodemus, T. Wright, D. Crewdon, I. Price. Row 2: R. Yanike, S. Spohr, A. Robertson, R. Ricketts, M. Buress, V. Gibson, C. Sautter. How 3: I. Lightbocly, R. Hutchings, B. Brown, Mother Thurtle, Dr. Dahl, G. Marts, I. Kroeger, L. Taylor. Row 4: R. Keeler, l.. Hbker, D. Miller, R. Lyss, R. Olson, H. Brooks, I. Holland, L. Rivers, C. Bagby, L. Scmdall, I. Schrepl, K. Huettle, P. Lightbody. Row 5: C. Spohr, D. Fisher, R. Harbert, D. Lipe, B. Rieke, F. Harkness, R. Cutler, I. Grosvenor, E. Nelson, C. Gellermann, M. Deal, D. Keller. Not Pictured: R. Oaks, D. Crewdson, B. Petersen, N. Stein, B. Starr. The mark which a fraternity makes is char- acterized by its growth in leadership, scholar- ship, fellowship and its contribution to school life. In 1953-54 these words came to life for Theta Chi. Leadership came from lim Lightbody, presi- dent oi Psi Chi, the "W" club, and the senior class. Iim was also one of Wesleyan's repre- sentatives to "Who's Who", Bill Brown was president of the junior class and a member oi Blue Key, men's honorary. Freshmen Phil Lightbody led his class, Chuck Bagby served as treasurer of Kappa Chi and Bob Petersen was sports' editor of THE WESLEYAN, Marv Bures, Howie Brooks, and Chet Sautter were named to Sigma Pi Sigma, and Brooks, Larry Abker and Marv Bures gained membership in Kappa Kappa Psi. Duane Lipe and Iim Light- body were Cogs. On the athletic side, Gordie Marts cap- -lov- tained the football team, and Ierry Kroeger, lim Lightbody, and Ierry Holland were big men on the Plainsman's NCC champion basketballers. As far as scholarship went, the boys im- proved considerably and many attained aver- ages above the "3" mark. Roger Hutchings led all with a 1.6. Fellowship came as a result oi 25 actives uniting with 22 pledges and participating in such social events as the Annual Orchid F or- mal, the Pioneer Park breakfast, and the Li- noma Beach party, not to mention the numer- ous parties and hour dances which took place throughout the year. All of these events and honors and times oi hard Work symbolize a iull college life, and have helped us exemplify our motto-Alma Mater first and Theta Chi for Alma Mater. . . -.J A v 1 V ,'. ee e 2 -. Fun at Fireside. Hrrivcxl of second semester pledges Homecoming decorations. Goodnight girlsl -I IO'- w 1: l 1 , A ll .tt i st M M t ,ess ns, . . . ., f..' :"... '- 'M l.. 1.1, ." t' Xml L .- . '! 'J'-' 1 l l . ll l l ll hh' "LL f'EAil ' 1 'li It 1-wt-+1 l . Ui . Row I: S. Hill, B. Young. B. Ienkins, R. Manning, D. Kunkel, I. Brown. Bow 2: I. Burke, M. Wagner, I. Iames, M. Calvert, I. Hanson, Mother Hllen, C. Rudd, L. Haddix, M. Cutler, S. Link. Row 3: Fl. Ritter, S. Sack, C. Watson, M. Norris, L. Christensen, B. Ziggafoos, I. Burkhardt, K. Calvert, I. Leach, K. Keele, Christopher, M. Nelson, B. Feather. Row 4: B. Hutt, M. Barnes, R. Hlexander, M. Dunbar, I. Pitcaithley, S. Mclilrdle, M. Schlichtemier, M. Schlichtemier, V. Wagner, M McClurg, B. Robson, M. Campbell, K. Nelson, S. Haupt. WI LLARD Willard. A name that means so much to forty-two Nebraska Wesleyan coeds. lt is a name that symbolizes fun and fellowship, scholarship and sportsmanship. Fun is had by all at the firesides, the Wil- lard sock-hop, the Willard week-end which in- cludes a hay-rack ride, picnic, and the spring formal, and the various other informal parties. Fellowship extends throughout the house at 5034 Madison Avenue. All share in the joy and happiness when a pinning or engagement is announced. Not only do the Willards play to- gether, but they work and study together. Having leaders in campus life is nothing new for the sorority and this year many honors were bestowed upon the girls. These included: three Cardinal Key members, pep club presi- dent, three cheerleaders, Homecoming attend- ant, president of Nebraska Academy of Sci- ences, Big Snob, and others. b By winning the Girl's intramurals basket- ball championship the Willards proved them- selves capable in the sports line also. IE5' YQ' I "Sl, Q 9 HI Y uv 17 'T Row l: S. Berck, I. Fussell, D. Piper, M. Thompson, I. Lindstrom, G. Raymond, N. Baldwin, B. Lutes, M. Hollirnan, B. Godtel, E. Maticka. Row 2: G. Gifford, M. Vogt, B. Godtel, C. Rohrig, K. Baxter, V. Fosberg, G. Ganzel, E. Smith, I. Spencer, C. Stock, M. Heath, M. Todd, M. Larson, G. Holtz, H. Wiles. Row 3: Fl. Sterner, B. Frohlich, D. Taylor, S. Wolters, C. Cameron, P. Plott, D. Marshall, T. Brekke, K. Norton, M. Williams, B. Westerhoti, W. Price, B. Frandsen, P. Rudd, M. Bailey, L. Sporer. Not Pictured: S. Hregood, I. Beebe, L. Rother, T. Budovich, M. Hanson. BARBS Blending social life into the maze of the col- lege calendar was well-handled by the busy Barbs this year. Being a large, co-educational group with membership open to anyone re- gardless of racial or credal criteria, there was opportunity for wide acquaintanceship and fine fellowship. Memories in the mind mingle with Weekly programs varying from classical music to in- terpretations of "droddles", etiquette and cloth- ing styles, to talent shows and dancing. The traditional schedule of social events including the Watermelon feed for trosh, the hayride, the masquerade party, the square dance, and the spring picnic, were supplemented by a "back- wards" party and a "cherry-carlo" party. Ser- enades and Intramural games are, too, a part of our memories. The Christmas formal the largest ever, highlighted the first semester. It was surpassed only by the spring banquet and formal with the naming of Barb Beau and Barb Sweetheart. The fellowship at the four Barb dinners Knew additions to the usual activitiesl became a pop- ular part of every member's schedule. College dignitaries and alumni as Well as "Greek" rep- resentatives were present at the dinner cele- brating the 20th Anniversary of the founding of Barbs. -Il2'- VN BARBS Ioining the National Independent Student Association was the fulfillment of the hopes of many former Barbs. Securing and decorating the Barb room gave the needed center of in- terest for cabinet and committee meetings. Throughout the year the various members received campus recognition in several areas. Scholastically ten per cent of the Barbs were named on the Honor roll. The Barbs organiza- tion was represented in every phase of college activity. Marie Hanson and Roy Hanson were elevated into Pi Gamma Mu. Iohn Parks be- came a member of Sigma Pi Sigma and presi- dent of Wesley Fellowship. YMCA prexy, Marve Evers, led that service group through a valuable year. Dale Ellsworth was tapped into Blue Key. Vic Dye orated at the Senior Recog- nition Day convocation and was named in Who's Who. Iohn Warden played varsity with the Plainsman CNCC championsl cagers. The Barb girls' basketball team won second place in Intramural competition. Dorcas Mar- shall, Ieanne Lindstrom, Bethel Frandsen, and Marie Hanson are dorm counselors at Iohnson Hall. Irene Beebe was elected secretary of the Wesleyan division of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, while Karen Norton became the Managing Editor of the PLAINSMAN. Io Ann Fussell and Margaret Bailey are also hard- working members of the PLAINSMAN staff. Phyllis Plott was tapped into Theta Alpha Phi, Thelma Brekke is an active debator, and Sylvia Aregood won top roles in Wesleyan plays. 7i'7"l qt s ft ly' 10' 5:-,gi ft Row 1: G. Mohnkern, P. Foster, H. Thompson, V. Dye, D. Bennett, R. Cyr, L. Richards. Row 2: N. Slack, sponsor, R. Iackman, L. Schweppe, T. Perkins, R. Qdams, G, VanBoening, E. Hietbrink. Row 3: I. Harden, R. Suiter, I. Rogers, K. Bornemier, G. Oakesnn, E. Waivoord, I. Park. Not Pictured: D. Ellsworth, M. Evers, B. Rodin, L. Vermeer, R. Hanson. -II3- B ... -2 JVM? 1 7 wa 4. 1. Q f it , N . T I Lil ,, if x. XR Row l: R. Rogers, R. Lucke, I. Anderson, I. Hanson, I. Burkhardt. Row 2: V. Dye, I. Schlichtemier, D. Lipe, I. Moeller. Not Pictured: I. Lightbody, D. Williams, I, Luschei. COGS Helping the new or prospective student become familiar with the Wesleyan campus is the principle objective of the Orientation Group, better known as COGS. The members, elected in their junior year on the basis of outstanding participation in campus activities and satisfactory scholarship, spend the first few weeks of the school year helping new students adjust to college life. They are also on hand, with their director, Mr. Colon, any time during the school year to guide visitors on campus, show off the merits of the school and in general, to promote Wesleyan. -lI4- tv ... , gage, :iff -.l Lf- .5 - 4 .,,.. ,iw- .ll . ll nuuur llll 5 ,Q--" Row I: I. Harden, S. Wilkinson, D. Williams, Fl. Lowson, I. Lamphere, M. Wagner. Row 2: E. Rllison, D. Marshall, G. Marts, H. Brooks, R. Vrana, B. Schuelke, M. Evers, B. Monson, R. Kirk. Not Pictured: B. Anspaugh G. Lemmon, Dean Forrest. STUDENT SENATE The Student Senate, composed of representatives of the social groups, attempts to voice student opinion on various campus matters. Sponsoring the Traditions Day program, after-game dances, free admiss sion movies, exchange programs, the Coronation Ball, and then managing the student union has kept each senator on his toes. President Dave Williams and sponsor Dean Forrest have guided the group through a busy and suc- cessful year. -IIS- GovERNlNG soARD Qi. X V x x--""' wrote' qt. Ol 1,0050 xvonzxggk O85 in ' X. ctw 5-005' qw!" Sov- 3- '09 xela' eoitlo xwgen OWD xt- we' Xa C C5 Sow 1,1 ' sw" "We1l, ah, ah-the guy I was to come back with was late, so we hurried. But a tire blew out, and we had to walk five miles to the nearest town. I tried to call Miss Iohnson, but I couldn't because no one had a phone. When we got to the railroad tracks on Hdams Street, the car stalled. We got it pushed off before the trains came. We had to wait between the tracks 'til the trains went by. Hlter that a policeman stopped us and gave us a ticket for speeding. We got to the dorm one-half minute 1ate," said a nervous freshman. Verdict: avoidable. Sentence: fourteen demerits. The understanding members of Governing Board are the representatives from residences of Wesleyan women. The Board acts in all disciplinary cases, advises in emergency cases, reviews sign out sheets and late leave permits. -lib- ! WoMEN's f House ,f couucm ll Q- xg ef iff -V1 ln V 1 is-' ' t 21- Ha. V' -,i -as - sow 1: lv ' li ' 9111 01 Ecru' Afohnin 899. 'fm QMH Woes , ' 59 ' on ' - hdse Son oss, 0 ' 'UQ ' P feng 1717, qc Oh, B C QS, R ' Nejsoh Qqleroh ef 'Z ' . ss. Deoklbg Norfon eh . 13 -, 3 eq ' Cox 17 7011 , HL B U5-on eo! ' H 'Af ' TG ' qflq fmqn ' Q Fill Wesleyan women are governed by Wo1nan's House Council Whose purpose is to establish, maintain and interpret the uniform rules for Wesleyan Coeds. If any girls would like some rules repealed or changed, or new ones made, see the Council. These Council members who represent you Coeds are always seeking new ideas. -lI7- PANHELLENIC COUNCIL X Hell' L. 'W YS I golf Q9 ' maine wot G . . 1, oeeivoil 'Mondo .I 56. ' Xpclie O go ia. - opoioo' .icdxfoxeql Geox n.X'?x 6-QSOO' gov' V X 96050 eonfyx '15 ' del yy. wi" 5. x. lm new Tim vxcwteal 0 The Panhellenic Ball at Christmas time and the luncheon in the Spring, at which the Scholarship Trophy is awarded, are the principal social activi' ties of the Panhellenic Council. The objective ol this group is to promote a harmony among the various sororities on the campus. The members of the Council, representatives of the sororities, guide rushing policies, act on the problems concerning Women on campus, and participate in many campus activities. -II8- V I- INTERFRATERNITY r COUNCIL How I. wo, - D P. een Q llfiqtem lM1ckey K . Ligh ' . H 'bod owfrr K1 Q H ' ff ' S . roegen 471117, I Sch, ig-me infer B. Bro wb D . wmden The purpose of the lnterfraternity Council is to promote friendliness and cooperation between the three fraternities and to consider matters which are of general interest and concern to these groups. " Each of the three fraternities elects two of its members to represent it on the Interfraternity Council. The representatives are usually juniors! or seniors. -II9- 90165. YA' 509' U 1- ,,c,'0- eoxfbe gp. eiftgex We c C' 'EW 1. 1. 0. . wg, e C Sovxxet-s'ii3u9Yl Eigedeainb Ov' eidtixibxemx - 9-0 C, XX. ' X- 4 Q16 og, .agree om. 011- Yo X043 - QU 9, O' 095' 15199 er. 409' e. ned we- X' G. Cp? 1- ll. G09 Yhcxnxosvix an Qkqceon. X 'xlX5'QEov1BV.n YK' vo-'fe' Bal. ew' 'YA' X gee-pagoda. X, own 23.5. Excgiooms X L YK e ia- wax-1-Ye XX wav ' U3 I -on '09 I Y- B,-N in 5. au X0 v,gx9XXOoe. so" --We v-l' filo. NEBRASKA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES The Nebraska Wesleyan Chapter of the Nebraska Hcademy of Sciences Q 'X c- X, is the organization on campus which promotes the interest in Natural Sciences. H11 the students who are interested in the advancement of the nat- ural sciences may become members. The various programs held during the year are presented by doctors, scientists, and by some of the students studying in the various fields of science -biology, chemistry and physics. -I2O- Ro N How M' 2- ' Lee o"P,1,. 7t W 'lBe hire Ulla She Cf- CG' D ' M . , I . C MC S0,ensl'lG'l1,bm:!ver,I I D On f 7' ' Q ' Mr ' CQ, Wso - Q fve Il, K oss, I QZLII1 SmjLhNorro,, I e J, - - . M ' L. S SC-hly ' Hun 'him lr.-1,1 I, . e fi mi,C,7in Qs ' H , Shin ly' NU MED The purpose of Nu Med is the promotion ot interest in the medical pro- fession. The Nu Med Society at Nebraska Wesleyan is a part of the Nu Med organization at the University of Nebraska. H medical technicians on the Wesleyan campus are allowed to become at- i. . . . . iliated with the chapter at the University. However, the Wesleyan students are not permitted to vote or to hold offices. ll doctors, nurses, dentists and During the year, prominent physicians and surgeons present lectures and show colored slides concerning certain aspects ot the medical profession. -l2I- s .. 7 i asm, --V."Y 'w V i u 'ffl p",": Qggufizh - 5'M'Xrf ' : V"-A I 'M E3 'IES' r 'iN' -RNS 31 ,I 4 1 in Row 1: B. Frandsen, D. Sharp, K. Green, D. Peterson, M. Hanson, M. Linton, M. Williams, R, Olson, M. Wagner, S. Lieurance. Row 2: C. Duncan. R. Mclntosh, D. Wilson, H. Thompson, D. Odgers, C. Spencer, D. Lipe, Prof. Mattingly, C, Bagby, M. Evers, ' . G M. Holliman I. Thorness, T. VVr1ght, I. Spencer, I eorge, . Not Pictured: B. Cox, M. Hcggstrom, E. Smith, S. Hregood, D. Ellsworth, I. Gifford, H. Hanson, G. Lemmon, M. Lybarger, B. McDermit, D. Olson, B. Orndorff, B. Rodin, L, Schweppe, G. Thomson, L. Upham, B. Ward, B. Yanike. KAPPA CHI a Chi is a fellowship of students who expect to find their vocations Kapp in the service of the church. Students who are considering such vocations are most welcome even though their decisions have not been made. Kappa Chi has bi-monthly meetings in which the program is designed to improve professional skills. lt sponsors the Wayside Chapel for private devotions and sends deputation teams to churches. Two or more hours per month may be spent in its work depending upon the students available time. -I22- How 1: L. Schweppe, I. Buckingham, P. Foster. Row 2: K. Green, S. Huupt, R. Gentry, K. Christopher, B. Feather, I- QHGEYSOII. l- I-iY1dSU'0U1, B. 1-11163. M. HO1liI11ClHf I. GGOYQG D. Peterson. Row 3: D. Schlichiemier, G. Raymond, M. Hutchinson, C. McPheron, L. Sporer, W. Benstead, H. Thompson, M. Williams, R. Lang, C. Sachtleben, B. Dappen, C. Tieijen. Row 4: I. Park, D. Odgers, M. Hanson, C. Sautter, L. Richards, N. Tanner, R. Helwig, N. Priest, Dr. Davidson, G. Oakeson. WESLEY FELLOWSHIP The Wesley Fellowship or the Methodist Student Movement, as it is some- times called, attempts to till some ot the spiritual needs of the college youth. It Works through the First Methodist Church in providing cr program of Wor- ship, recreation and fellowship, The members Work together to plan their own programs as Well as their own Sunday night suppers. The group's projects include weekly visitations to the Orthopedic Hospital as well as other many Worthwhile activities. -l23- N5 Q aa Al -1..- x f -1 -.2 -!..1g iw mmf' l ' al W Row 1: M. Icy, D. Peierson, E, Luginbill, Mrs. Swinbarxk, M. Hanson, I. Luschei, I. Miller. How 2: H. Lowson, D. Miller, I, TeSeIle, R. Lucke, S. Lieurcmce, I. Hnderson, P. Berger. Not Pictured: I, Smith, D. Wilson, M. Wagner. Y Clothing Drive E. Renner and K. Okabe-IRC commission World Hfiairs Commission - I24- - Early in September new and old students be- came acquainted at the Y sponsored P111-School Street Dance, The Freshman Retreat, and the YW Big-Little Sister Coke Party. ln November, the Y sponsored the Campus Chest Drive and Carnival, and the same month several students went to New York for the United Nations Seminar. Next came Christmas Matins, the Clothing Drive, Easter Matins, The International Caravan and the Student-Faculty Picnic in May. Built upon the purpose of realizing a full and creative Christian life and making this life possible for all people, the YMCH-YWCH program is planned to promote interest and service in many areas of life: For world outlook it's guest speakers and dis- cussion groups, For social consciousness it's mental hospital visitations and a study of campus prob- lems: For personal development it's faculty firesides and the "Christian Personality Series." These are all a part oi the program of the Nebraska Wes- leyan Y's. M. Mahlin and I. George share their Y M C A ice cream. Y M Cabin et Row 1: R. Hanson. C. Bagby, K. Howard, M. Evers, Prof. Mattingly, K. Okabe. Row 2: N. Priest, E. Flllison, G. Lemmon, P. Foster, T. Wright, V. Dye, B. Brown. No! Pictured: I. Lightbody, I. Elswick. ..-X -l25- ,, Ei ii r.- . - sua-1 '-" " -""'-i .1 . p....n-- V. Dye, I. TeSelle, K. Norton, C. Spencer, Prof. Hall, Chancellor Bracy, Miss Halbert, Dean Forrest, Mr. Bartley, Miss Corns, I. Luschei, B. Cox. PUBLICATIONS BOARD The Publications Board is the governing body which directs the work of the student publications of the campus: the Wesleyan, the Plainsman, and the Handbook. Hmong its duties the Publications Board elects the editor and the business manager of each of these publications. Determining major policies is another board function. FTA OFFICERS How 1: Miss Clark, S. Bernard, I. Anderson, ' B. Westerholf, B. Ziggaloos. Row 2: Dr. Dahl, I. Iohnson, I. Hanson, F. Martens. -l26- Row 1: P. Iay, V. Rath, Q. Bartlett, W. Iohnson, C. Cameron, R. Manning, L. Haddix, Fl. Qlexander. Row 2: F. Martens, S. Bernard, I. Iohnson, I. Hanson, I. Qnderson, B. Ziggatoos, B. Westerhoft, F. Mills. Row 3: N. Clark, sponsor, C. Stock, M. Pacas, S. Hill, I. Saalhofl, M. Young, I. Fussell, I. Burke, B. Butler, M. Todd, Fl. Rogers M. Francisco, S. Dahl sponsor. Row 4: W. Cramer, L. Meyers, H. Hirschfeld, P. Hagemeister, I. Hagemeister, R. Nelson, I. Cook, I. Vodehnal, I. Hummell, S. Wilkinson, D. Hansen, I. Fullriede, I. Pieper, D. Rllen. 1 Row S: I. Miller, V. Peters, B. Nelson, H. Beal, S. Magill, M. Williams, E. Horner. L. Weston, L. Tyrrell, L. Christensen, E. Clarke, I. Huff, K. Whitney, I. Oestmann. Row 6: M. Kyes, P. Berger, C. Kennedy, B. Nelson, I. Iepson, C. Peters, S. Rexroth, I. Luschei, E. Luginbill, V. Wagner, S. Haupt, K. Calvert, I. Munderloh, S. Swanson, P. Flsmus. FTA The purpose of the Future Teachers of Flmerica is to learn about the opportunities in teaching, to cultivate the qualities essential in a good teacher, to study the lives ot great teachers, and to foster the development of student leadership. --,fy - The PTH sponsored a banquet for Wesleyan's U. ' graduates Who returned for the Teachers' Conven- tion. They also gave a Valentine Party for the Whitehall children. The main Spring events were a coffee hour honoring the supervising teachers, and a convocation program in which they attempted to show the rest of the students just what the PTH means to its members. The group, under the leader- ship ot its president, Ian Anderson, and its sponsors, Miss Clark and Dr. Dahl, experienced a very busy and successful year. -l27- if Row 1: B. Nelson, C. Rudd, I. Hagemeister, R. Nelson, L. Tyrrell, L. Montgomery. Row 2: I. lames, B. Thurman, I. Hummell, I. Pieper, B. Ziggatoos, S. Butler, R. Vrana, C. Tietien. Not Pictured: R. Lucke, L. Bush, B. Monson. W WFIH provides activity opportunities for many girls rather than for a small select group. It develops student conducted activities thus encouraging leadership, develops fellowship and friendliness in games, develops desirable 7,5 4 A ,. . f.., ,-., 4,..3-r-11 . V ..., wk.. AA health practices, attitudes and ideals, provides Wholesome relationships between girls and boys through corecreational activities, and pro- vides leisure time recreation. Popular halftime attraction! -l28-' Fe W, 1 . , . 'WM M, M L ' ,-4 I. ,.. ,c -A ' J 'Fl K, ' .. PY+"f'w',. --, x'L1 ., 1 i5- Row I: H, Gustalson, B. Burham, I. Rainforth, M. Deal, R. Keeler, S. Kennedy, D. Nagele, D. Keller, C. Kohl, P. Lightbody. Row 2: B. Thompson, R. Bachman, T. Harden, R. Iennings, L. Buell, M. Sheary, C. Georgeson, D. Van Cleave, H. Olson, G. Stephens. Row 3: G. Marts, M. Macy, B. Hill, I. Kroeger, D. Schlichtemier, I. Lightbody, L. Taylor, C. Bagby, D. Beishline, B. Minchow, P. Bottom, G. Metzger, B. Rieke, S. Nelson, R. Kellough, E. Nelson, B Story, R. Barry, R. Robertson. W CLUB Not Pictured: R. Wiegers, C. Lanik. The purposes of the "W" Club are to en- courage a spirit of friendship among athletes and to maintain the ideals of sportsmanship and fair play. Plny student is eligible for mem- bership who has Wan a letter in any varsity sport. Wesleyan can well be proud of its "W" Club. Through the past years Wes1eyan's ath- letic organizations have been crowned with many conference championships. They have fielded many great athletes and their sports- manship and fair play have been outstanding traits in their contacts with athletic opponents. Here come the Plains men! ...,. f ir: g f u 1.1---1,-1-l. .- 'IT'l N471 'MAP' "Ln:-531 N 45 , 9 4 .A . i xv, How 1: M, Calvert, P. Doty, M. Nelson, I. Iames, B. Monson, L- Hflddfx. P' Edgflf. D- HCHSSH. Row 2: R. Manning, I. Brown, B. Ienkins, M. Anderson, N. Roth I. Hummell, B. Thurman, I. Vrana, I. Iohnson, V. Schmidt, H. Penton, G. Holtz. How 3: l... Christensen, K. Keele, I. Dawson, L. Zaugg, F. Martens, I. Hanson, C. Rudd, E. Krondok, R. Vrana, G. Collins, V. Ianke, L. Rother, M. Zuhlke. B. Henning. How 4: I. Deckinger, B. Frohlich, I. Burger, D. Swanson, C. Hass, K. Whitney. B. Nelson, I. Oestmann, K. Norton, S. Mc!-lrdle, I. Krause, I. Krause, V. Wagner, I. Turner, I. TeSe1le, M. Francisco, C. Watson, I. Pieper. Bow 5: I. Frandsen, B. Ziggaloos, I. Pitcaithley, B. Nelson, S. Haupt, C. Peters, M. Kyes, W. Iohnson, E. Gideon, I. Iepson, K. Nelson I. Cook, I. Munderloh, I. Hull, C. Coleman S. Yutesler. 1 Not Pictured: I. Urbom, sponsor, B. Young, C. Wagner, I. Dunbar, B. Reiss, H. Lehr, V. Schwier. YELLERS OF Imagine 70 coeds in bright gold sweaters, brown and gold beanies, cheering madly at the stadium or in the new gym. That's a typi- cal picture of the Yellers of the Brown, Ne- braska Wesleyarfs Pep Club. The year was a busy one for the Yellers. September saw them don their uniforms for the first time. With brown and gold shakers over their shoulders, they filled the stadium for the first football game. The pep club-sponsored homecoming dance was a successful October event, after a fun- THE BROWN filled homecoming rally-also courtesy of the Yellers of the Brown. Another rally ushered in the '53-'54 basket- ball season. Twice during the winter the girls traveled "en masse" by chartered bus to out- of-town games. First signs ot Spring brought increased ac- tivity tor the busy Yellers. profits from the Pep Club March auction helped finance the All- Sports Banquet, annual event to honor Wes- leyan's athletes and a litting climax to a spir- ited year for the Yellers ol the Brown. -'I30- 5, I V 1 W9 Q "9 Maxi! XX K . j X , ,I L ,X , -' 5 I fy X SW, 'V 642 ' Nh " W' MW M , fp? ' ,wffw W I-fl-..-ng, EQ qv! ly, .f ,ff ww L "W 7 .J W, My Q ' 3 Q- , .L 'ff f 4 - Codch Grayson rx Q' un lAr'V'1WY Couch Mullen 1 While Sanford Nelson throws a vicious block against a Northwest Missouri State player, Rollie Wiegers carries the ball around left end. The 1953 season for the Plainsmen under Coach Roy Robertson was a rather disappoint- ing season in terms of the record compiled but certainly a success in terms of sportsmanship, determination and team spirit. Every game was close and exciting from start to finish. The uni- formity of the opposition can be seen in the fact that three games ended as ties. Wesleyan, although finishing near the bottom, gave every team in the conference a real battle and the THE PLH1NSMEN'S RECORD Wesleyan Opponents 20 Buena Vista ......... .......... 2 O 27 N. W. Mo. St ..,..... ....... 1 3 14 Chadron ........ ....... U 7 Wayne ....... ....... l 4 13 Peru ...... ....... 3 O 13 Doane ..... ..,.,.. 1 3 20 Kearney ..... .....,. 2 O 7 Hastings ........ ..,.... 1 2 13 Midland ..... ....... 1 9 134 Totals ..... ...... 1 41 -133- team lost several games that could be called heartbreakers. With seventeen lettermen back, Coach Robertson started to build a single platoon team to play a full sixty minutes of good football. It the team had not been plagued by injuries to several men in key po- sitions in midseason the 1953 edition of the Plainsmen may have had a very good season. With only two seniors on the squad, Wesleyan loolfs forward to next year for another spirited and successful football campaign. FINHL N.C.C. STHNDINGS TERM W. L. T. Peru ,..,... ........ 6 0 O Wayne ..... ......,. 4 2 1 Kearney ....... ........ 3 2 1 Doane ....... ........ 3 2 2 Midland ....... ........ 4 3 U Hastings ....... ........ 3 4 U Wesleyan ........ .....,. 1 4 2 Chadron ....... ....,... U 7 U l l 1 r l A .W fr . il l 1 li Nl f .X j 3? L 4 A Ron Bachman Roger Barry Paul Botlom Bill Buck Bob Burham End Cemer End Back Guard l l l l l U Cliff Kahl Ron Keefer Don Keller Rex Kellough Charles Lanik Back End Guard Back Tackle PLAI NSMAN LETTERMEN 1953 James Nagele Sanford Nelson Blaine' Rieke Don Schlichiemier Ron Steele Guard Back Guard End Back l .1 2 . :., '1f1,-Ex ,U 'Q Q V W., X .1'4. , , Z , .llll M f ' ' L... ' lo , l Curt Georgeson Guard Phil Lighlbody Back 4 Gordie Maris, the rugged end that caplained the Plainsmen during l953. Leon Taylor Center ' ,4 , G , 'Q'- ls T T T! Q H i Y . Harold Gustafson ' Don Hadclix End Back .. l sig l l Marvin Macy Darrell McGowen Back Back QU Roger Harbert Tackle A . , Gordon Metzger Tackle 13,1 8' l x l 1 Ll ,fl 5 I Mack Hunt Tackle 1 ' 1 L S- 1 x l ' Yr . l,, .4i l Bill Minchow Tackle Boyd Thompson Durward VanCleave Rollie Wiegers Iack Wiltfang Center Tackle Back Guard 1 , AP' t , 'I 'M - -get 1 'fl ' ""' ' l 'S J -.Jr T l ' ' T 1 4 ,lei Rollie Wiegers swings around right end as four Northwest Missouri State tacklers move in to stop his gain. It looks like the end of a nice gain for Ron Steele as a Doane man comes in low and hard. Looking ahead to next year with a smile are honorary Co-captains Sanford Nelson, on the left, and Durward Van Cleave. These rugged Plainsmen are both from Lincoln. U!-" . I O f les? wif K nr r ,X gi' I ex f' xf- 1 1 4 Q A 1 I 5 M. MW. , 3' .M , CV A R ,Q 5 . , gg: My P PAUL FREDSTROM Center TERRY KROEGER Guard 4 1 JIM LIGHTBODY SCOTTY WILLOUGHBY Forward BASKETBALL LETTERMEN MEL SHEHRY Guard .l'.'?fI Us 1.-1 a f' 'xigggflld x ,,..:-v ,- vw H1 ,4 , Ld. AJ' pl'-', n- s'u,1 ffm! J 1- .ff F' A .. Q4 J 1 A. v ..Y'3' 1 , , , ,V FOSTER McGUIRE RON IOEKEL IERRY HOLLHND Center Forward Center Interest and spirit were very high this year as the Plainsmen of Nebraska Wesleyan had a very successful basketball campaign. The maples in the new Ira I. Taylor Gymnasium were initiated by a team that had five return- ing lettermen. With these veterans and several timely additions at the semester, the basketball team rolled through a schedule ot very good teams to complete an excellent record ol eighteen wins and tive defeats. Under the brilliant coaching of Irv Peter- son the team showed steady improvement as the season progressed. Qlthough getting oft to a shaky start and losing some ot the early games to outstate opposition, the Plainsmen came back after the Christmas holidays to IOHN HRRDEN RICHQRD IENNINGS Center Gudfd l K t start play in the new spacious gymnasium. This proved incentive enough for them to start a victory string that extended through twelve games. Thus it was possible for the Plainsrnen to wrap up their second straight Nebraska Col- lege Conference Championship. Wesleyan then earned the right to represent Nebraska in the NPHH tourney at Kansas City by winning the post season tournament at Grand Island. In Kansas City the Plainsmen played two of the best small college teams from the West Coast. In these hard fought contests the Plainsmen played exceptional ball. This was truly a fitting climax to one oi Wes- leyan's best years on the hardwoods. LESLIE RIVERS Forward t. V l l i F., XM gig? 'EJ QF? qi! E , my n fly Y I 1, iA5'.'v,1'g 5. : .1 ,Q wif? The Champion Plainsmen line up around the tip-off circle of the new floor. They are Kfrom left to rightl Kroeger, Harden, Gustafson, Buell, Holland, McGuire, Fredslrom, Iennings, Sheary, Rivers, Lightbody, Ioekel and Willoughby. N. C. C. BASKETBALL STANDINGS Team W. L. Team W. L. Wesleyan ........ 13 1 Wayne .............. 8 6 Hastings .,........ 9 5 Midland ,........... 4 10 Chadron .......... 8 5 Doane ..... ........ 4 10 Kearney .........,.. 8 6 Peru .................. 2 12 Everything ihat goes up must come down and Hudson of Dana appears headed for a three- point landing on Wesleyan's Buell as Willoughby anxiously watches the ball drop to the lloor. Two Wesleyan players go high to tip the ball up and in during two hotly contested games. Rt the left lim Light- body gets two against Wayne, while at the right Ierry Holland lays in a basket against Hastings. THE SCOREBOARD 18 Wins-5 losses Wesleyan Opponent 70 Dana .................. ................. 6 2 66 Wartburg, Ia. ....... ...,......... 7 9 119 York .......,....,,......... .,.... 5 2 50 Mankato, Minn ....... ....t. 6 3 50 Southwest Mo. ..... ...... 8 S Doane ................ ,..... 6 5 Wayne ............ ...... 6 S Kearney ..... ...... 5 8 Peru ............. ...... Kearney ....... .,.... 66 75 66 72 Hastings .,... .r.... 6 U 62 49 72 Midland ..... ...... 6 2 74 B4 77 Hastings ............,..............,......,.,.,..,,,,..,,........, 54 Les Rivers goes high for a shot against Kearney Wesleyan Opponent 83 Midland ......., , ..,,..,,.,.... 74 77 Wayne ..,.... .......,.,. 6 8 66 Doane .........., 45 67 Chadron ....... 63 56 Chadron .,..... 61 71 Peru ............... 66 81 Omaha U. .,............ ....... 7 4 74 Chadron ...................... ....... 6 2 58 Whitworth, Wash. .... ....... 5 4 74 Pasadena, Cal. ............. ....... 8 1 1626 Totals 1467 while Lightbociy, Meyen, and Exstrom get set to rebound. .4 . X .1 1 'N' 1 -1- 1'J:.Q'f , - 1 , ,. . . - 1 V Rollie Wiegers, Hssistant and "B" team coach. .Q-1-119 l x 1 , gl' I:fg3Kg?'S" . : , -ffrffa 4-. In' . X nf 1 g Iohn Harden and Darrell McGowan oblige and wait for the cameraman to click the lb. shuttiar before they start "taking" the Ierw Holland goes over uslick as Q hurd es. Whistle.. Lloyd Hunter tells Stan Ken- nedy and CHM Kdhl to get Set. Ron Ioekel cmd Ioe Colder wait their turns at pole-vcxulting. The cindermen of Wesleyan are irom left to right Row l: I. Holland, I. Hardin, I. Calder, D. McGowan, H. Shanks, P. Kilborn, G. Raymond, I. Osborne, R. Ioekel. Row 2: S. Spohr, L. Eigenberg, L. l-lixson, L. Hunter, I. Rainlorth, B. Flbel, W. Wesiphal, S. Kennedy, C. Kahl, R. Wiegers. Row 3: B. Slarr, B. Atkins, D. VanCleave, B. Burham P. Fredsirom, H. Gustafson, R. Harbert, B. Minchow, I. Wiltfang, S. Nelson, TRACK AND FIELD The defending Nebraska College Conference champions from Wesleyan turned A' again to track as the Warm days of Spring rolled around. Coach Roy' Robertson had on his roster this year such dependable performers as Ierry Rainforth, Gordie Maris, Rollie Wiegers, Iohn Harden, Cliff Kahl, Don Iohnson, Iim Lightloody and Stan Kennedy. With these men back and several promising freshmen filling in, it looks like another good year in track and field for Wesleyan. I Iohn Harden high jumps al e e e f QQQIQQ' Kes? .ff 7 4' ' Efwf ,NV The Plainsman Baseball team thorn lei! to right! Row l: Coach Peterson, Deal, Kroeger, Keller, Gibson, Russ, Foster. Row 2: Burkholder, Luhrs, Hietbrink, Fisher, Westphal, McGuire, Olson. Row 3: DeCora, Rainlorth, Bachman, Wiegers, Daniels, Sheary, Hladik, Buell. The Plainsman under Irv Peterson are trying for their third straight Mid- West League championship this season. A fine turnout of candidates greeted Coach Peterson this year. Lettermen back from years past include Ierry Rainforth, Ierry Kroeger, Don Keller, Mel Sheary, Ron Keeler, Ron Olson, Marvin Deal, and Charles Lanik. Teaming with these veterans are several very promising freshmen. All this adds up to a spirited and successful ten game schedule for the Wesleyan baseball team. -l44- The Wesleyan infield and outfield lake timeout from prachce April 5 Wesleyan April 8 Wesleyan April 22 Wesleyan April 26 Wesleyan April 29 Wesleyan 6 Th BASEBALL 1954 BASEBALL SCHEDULE May May May May M GY nd the i""5'2-r Q? 'E 'MH 4 Q-r-. X .fx 158' Bob Petersen, Blaine Rieke, Rich Iennings, and Elroy Nelson, prepare for the golf season JV' Showing off his winning form is Rich Iennings, while his teommcies gather pointers. --l46- r -.q, r r ve .. ,. -., . ,. 1 ,a s. CJ . ..., --.vw nv- . J AM, . I - I ,f Q 1yI Qi., , ' ,gnu--f" ' 'J -,,'i- " . Q- hm.- I r, I, ,F I ,IRQ - ls!-!4,,7wn.r.g '. :WJ i 1 2- - ' -, . , --sf ,, H, , . . - -1-ggiew ,..4.'51g. ",-:e..,,-4,..-SQL? '1:ELi...Lg-L-....1. Bill Hill sends Q drive over ihe net cs Dick Beishline prepares to return the bull. TENNIS i'1I fx ' " kia W3 .SH 3 lg K RI 1, ,gk Vx , .f ' Q "iEq1'l ,V 1 . . , fwr: ....... - 'K ,viii m f . . 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V I , 'III -l N 'Y l ' ' 'Q ,V Q ll -4' r e-r-E3-1-' 'fue' C 'W' r ' The Tennis ieam consists ol Bill Hill, George Stephens, Richard Beishline, cmd Bob Burham. -l47-- MEN'S INTRAMURALS ...., .,..,....r.-.. ..Y-.-V -H Theta Chi's then in post-season play beat the Doane lntramural Champs, 27 to U. lntrarnurals play an important part in the life of the Wesleyan campus for it gives everyone an opportunity to compete in a sport. The Intramural program is set up so that there is some competition in touch football, bas- ketball, volleyball, track and field, and softball. With this complete intramural program in both individual games and team sports Vxfesleyan offers the student a great deal of exercise and enjoyment. FOOTBALL Team Theta Chi ....i,..... .....,. Crescents ,.,. .................... Phi Kappa Tau ........,,.... Barbs .............................. BASKETBALL Team Crescents ........,............... Phi Kappa Tau ..............., Barbs ..,,................ ....... Theta Chi ..... ....... Fiction on the lntramural touch football field was hard and fast all season long, ..1-4lBI.Q:,, , L, ..i'nLs-.11 f b -a ig :fc- '21 -1 x cz 'J in . L lp ' Q XLLAQ Q1 6 XVMAR0 A S -3, A-'eff , .5 .90 ' t v , i.:.,. ' - .,,, , A g A xxjilu, LA 0 51115419 XLLA . .Eg WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS Carolyn Rudd of the Willards swings at the ball while Mary Barnes of the Fllpha Gams watches during intra- l mural volleyball competition. he Willard Team, winners ot the Intramural basketball championship. Team W. L. illarcls ....... .... 4 U arbs ........ .... 3 1 hi Mu ......... .... 2 2 elta Zeta ...... .... l 3 . G. D.'s ........ ...... .... O 4 Under the supervision of Mrs. Urborn the airls had a very interesting and spirited Intramural program this year. They participated in such sports as basketball, volleyball, and badminton. Ht the conclusion of the in- tramural season the annual trophy was awarded to the social organization that had finished with the best record in all of the sports. So this is what they learn in college! The girls' P. E. class has fun while learning the Grt of tumbling. ", r- "X . ' '1 I' - Il . .3 W " f, "N-ar! l ' - f - P ,gr T ' . 1 .. .. jj' ' . 1 - . . 5. ' N- If . A S J QR, F 4 Mtg f tiff, , A. 'lg --, . -I ' r . 1' ' . ' . . '. T ' A eff - t A - . 'V Ni ' tk fl g e V I' .,, t ' ls. x fylf, , f T l J A T' .l f 'Y ' T' ' P ' sv ,. il - 1 5 l 1 'T I "- ' P-J . 'V P1 K 2 . M I ' T QL i ,X-. A . 5, .I In lei J lx' 1 if 1 ' .1 . 1 ' 1 A ' - ' 1- , N X 'Y N., N x 1, W 2, -Q.. 1 .' ' - E., " l Tl- t his 1 yi ,i 0 I ,Q 'ZH ' . 'A-nuff' V ' . 7' Q i ' F ill . 'y 1 1 fs. fd - f ' za ' ' , F A - " V 7' FI: . - .rf b ' T - ff ' jg elk , 1 5 iff' i. -'A 'r 1- - f5f5f5f,5i-4-ifif-,ff K .F - Q 4, , . .' . Q -r .gwsF.J1:uE,1-.jg Jsegf, - 1 , -,. ,, N. 4.1 X- -4' .1.y,J" -- , 5,196.4 f-1.."+-',,55tA-,:,f- rf g . ..,-, ,,: . 'Q . x I -4 Jvpwip.-gvgeixlnr--'ka , A A 'nf ' S41 -' --La., ,Q-nj? 52? Q. rr , Xml? .--' 4, 1 A ? 'f,7'? cy '-' ly"3L.g.Q.5fm9"' -4 ,dig-Q.-ggi'--.AK -5. - " '--A4 1' . . .3 -r1-:g,-,- Q.. D+.,-.-:JJ L J - 9"-V , .51 -3:-v1'?l - - - c - f.2:"f.- Qi A ' l -A T rt w, ....l i A. " ',.s,,g:f1-ew .-f ggi, ,-. .: - J,f.g,1-rifiilpff 131 '3 '- .. T'-Y :fa F-42: ' J ' l, "i""t" 5 ' . ' A M. ,r -:rm .s0f..fE,-2'?i l Engle: ig"...,L. -,.:'.ig,-.y?ff7f f'f-lg sf" 1' 5' A- . Til L1-gqjif'-ap.1'f,Z"T"'4'43'g3-ilgaffffgin fi-L. -w-SQL: gf , 23, -if The lra I. Taylor Physical Education Building Ianuary 8, 1954 was a significant date at Nebraska Wesleyan for on that date the new Ira I. Taylor gymnasium was formally dedi- cated. The building was Well planned and com- plete in every detail. Not a single foot of floor space was wasted. Some of the outstanding 3 . ....... tg -sf , ' - xi, ' - ' ' ' -1 I vm..-.f 1 . " " Bi' ' .7 'AX A . ...A-,4 features of this new gym include a spacious main playing floor with bleachers to seat 2,700, complete dressing facilities, health offices, trainers' rooms, classrooms for remedial and corrective exercises, a Wrestling room, and a gymnasium area large enough to carry on men's and Women's classes simultaneously. I -iq IRA J. TAYLOR I -A of Paoli, Colorado, a true friend of Wesleyan, who, through his gener- ' osity, has helped make the dream of a complete Physical Education pro- gram at Nebraska Wesleyan a reality. .fviffrl Here is an example of the complete facilities found in the Taylor gym. Ierry Rainforth, a major in physical therapy and head trainer for Wesleyan's athletic teams, works in the well equipped training room. With the completion of this S400,000 build- ing Wesleyan now has suitable facilities tor the development of the physical side of the student as Well as facilities for a program of indoor sports. This beautiful new building was the result of the hard work and sacrifices of many, many 4,5 friends of Nebraska Wesleyan. It is the cul- mination ot a goal of long standing of many alumni. It means that Nebraska Wesleyan can now boast one of the finest physical education plants in this section of the country and can assume a place of leadership in the develop- ment of a physical education program. Hn inside view of Taylor Gym ' 'fi -vm i x-..,- 'g- .c 1'-mr: -fi---rm-rg, . -, 3 H. .115-'Titty 1:-xrrrpfii' 'ai'-,1fiTii'T"7 If -ff -?7"l'aL,, RJXLSM ' , l lfgf "1 ' N A3'f,y, ",.i, , 5',m."!-lfi will-52 Q-1.52, ,sflxu-ff. ,ii fi.,-.-QAQTLQLTYP'i1'5LT2,"?fQ':Q-2,J.'5E'l 'V " '11 t -' t- , , -' -.N -, 'Hfrii'-ZI'f'l.+ tri v Jr,-5: ,P .!,-.ph Lp.,-,',s2'.,.'. :tq1'! fig? 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I K f ,651 W' V' ' V' '.2'g2,5W4b' wif' k JI U ' f, My . ,V WW JW N ' f" 'fQXX1xwl' ,L vm '-xx af' I., - 1 ' -'I 52'- Mr. Paulson explains kr' gistration exams to Mary Campbell and Ivan Crane un Freshman Day convocation program Lew Hunter, Kent Sherman, Don Boyce, Mary Ann Ftnderson, Richard Helwig and Phyllis Edgar fs E1 'LL Freshman Day Krause twins perform for Freshman Day convocation The first all-campus function is the Chance11or's reception. Chancellor and Mrs. Bracy, and Dean and Mrs. Forrest meet new students. 'ar' I -, '. 4' ,i I We enjoy refreshments at the reception Chancellor Bracy addressing the student body. -154- I-IOMECOMING I. Lightbody, I. Rainlorth, G. Maris, D. Nagele, R. Deems,- R' Lucke' l' Hanson' M' VCmNostmnd Chancellor and Mrs. Bracy enjoy the Homecoming "W" Club representatives and Sweetheart candidates Chuck Wagon Feed Qlong with others, "W" Club Sweetheart Rosemary Lucke and her two attendants lean Hanson and Marylin Van Nostrand L Phi Kappa Tau and Phi Mu representatives receive awards for winning homecoming decorations. 'A f HW-K,-,wv 'Ui ' f 1'lr'A.UX 'wif' Sys' f' - M - ' 'i ' r 4? ' .,.w- , , . , X, - ' V- JI- I S ' A! N fllfgv 4. , L'-LS iltrlg ,f.-'I' A1 . . ,f L41 .' IJ." ' .ii W ' ' - ' - 931 wi an 'law 54i'f'93lf , Wffglplf 1,152-fyif' "YW-C J' gh " x 1 'f ig , . , 1. . I' -1 Q U V- ,SF 4 P f get , 1 . 5 ,' 1 Eg, - rx , ' .-.. wr' 0 is ", ,j N X 1 f f f' f Q, 1' 4 ,Qi , z 45" .HQ ,Q f f' f 'f 1, -Aff' ' v , . lk vi - U .B 4? . V 'fi xy.. '1 X 'W 5: ' K -, 1 -f ' , "'-- - . T' A 4.1 1. -- , A-fs V . gr , , iz ' A '35 x Q " ly E14 ff xv m .sg 'iw L n If X xifl xc :Tyra 5 1 '- ..a'W Y 9 I 1 0' , LL, an V , ,f ul rffff ,, ,, ..-1 -' I Viclor Dye, Senior Day orator. ,-' -' rap! 1 is Faculty dinner ID!! 501 lat: f a V 4 lylA Mi .4 -25.- lllll nuff wall ,gnu Chancellor Bracy at Wednesday night Prayer meeting. Big Snob, Old Grouch-lean Hanson and Ierry Rainforth receive trophies from Don Walden, president of lnterfraternity Council. ml n-elect Dahl, Chancellor-elect Forrest and Chancellor Bracy -l57- T733 Pflfff 11 4 I H 4 3 ini wi lil ,. IL ,,-, gumaf, Q -Q.. 'f 7: PQAA' Qlfiilg -Sgr" D' '34, . 1.1.1 92- .' m--a -5 1 0 film! hi 'K' U vjal I ,iv Qi- N' 4 . I . wwf' "sg -' ,gi Q1 , ig. .Lf-gl-rl. F' Hn C1535 Mr. Marshall helps three Band members Finding a reference book in the library Mr. Slack gives pointers in Shop Tom Wallace in Hnatomy laboratory lack Nispel in Chemisiry lab- oratory 1954 41 BEAUTY QUEEN Carolyn Rudd Huberla Beal Dolores Swanson -x. ll Phyllis Harvey I6l Phyllis Plott -rg - lll,l T ,'- , ' H A - E Barbara Henning A Spring Pete Queen, Rosemary Lucke and Student Prince, Blaine Rieke, and their court during th: recessionai at the Spring Pete. The Maypole Dance Y, ...L Y J.. ,...,.n. , , i A ' Q.: I!! - f ' -V 'fl'-P' .' 4, , - , WF l ' ' 1 5 if 'V ' f if gl 'A E, it ig 5 3 ' if Q. 3, 0 K "ix "Ideals" t e e e e Barbara Nelson, Ideal Plainswomcm and Rosemary Lucke is crowned Queen at Spring Fete by lim Moeller lim Lightbody, Ideal Plainsman of 1954, as Doris Miller and Student Prince, Blaine Rieke, look on. The proposed Men's Residence Hall for Nesbnoskcx Wesleyan University Campus X Ei45gQeS'7u-xi -- rwgime-:sn - ...l .,.,.,,.,g,.: i r,'.f. . r fi- ffgy,9MfQ.j!':,. ' 7i2fIQE'.QQ .r fv,:ii'ffki555i?fefr , J,,,vrfg T '15 w,vik:,:5. frvilufwm, ,,K:ti'4!.I:,, MJ H-: . -."A"g i"A.f3'i: , if ,L,HL,,: wb' - 'rgg'f,5, , in. gbbl'-.2nl2,':nw.'. X gg . .v f 11. ,.m , N 4.-Y . N lu- ,u 1 . ' . 'Ni '. sr' - ,, :X Glu ' ' L, , , ,1, -v-M-wv'-Ih : ,Q ef- . . piggy 115 ,I ...xr-:Ax.q,. r , - I .F - v I r. mf! . "if If 'I I V ' 5 ' zt ixlq' " FN- Ziff r ' 4 ' . i ,' 1 'if gli I' n N53 " , 4, X .r r -1-gym! so 'r A' -- 1 , 'fsigfii U? 2 9 ,N 4 g.'-wif' ' . , 4 f .l ...r ' 553' : ish in ' by wiilififiiilf 4 'iiiiiiiifi :qi-f:"" 'if f r 41'?iEifSEfeg,:f2iaHfi 'gc ,. e .5532-fg!'iQ4E 1. Ni fx-"", 1 , ' .!'If -,,if1f-- Y -,L J, I , L-A fiiiiilvli, r 'N " 'H'1lN"'Y' i Q ..-iiifeiiixiriixiii - J. - ff - - " "1-iw? ' i :Q ' ' Ti q-' ' , ,,., .. M '-1,5 iid, ,. s ,wg : -'ft' f ,. 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'-Q-sffe'?1fsf4ggQm'-.,,.,.. F1 view oi the proposed Chcxncellofs Residence to be built somewhere on Nebraska Wesleyan campus. -l63- As you look through this book, it is our hope that you will relive your college year at Nebraska Wesleyan. We know that We do not have pictures of every event of the school year, but may the ones we have help to bring to your mind the ones We do not have. We wish to give special thanks to Miss Booth, Mr. Hess, Mr. Hall, The Publications Board, Iournal-Star Printing Co., Evans Studio, and to Karen Norton and the other members of the PLAINSMAN staff, and to all who helped in any Way to make this book possible. -164- X y ,. ,, f Xw! ff ,ff ,rf ,lf -' , rg 4. I .gf YY 5 A4 - , . VXI,-Ziff? 6 ,- , - " " gg:55?55".11'z-' - ' I! 'li Y' 1 --Q-.-: -f , ' xx '1.fgo,.' -6 I ' LW, . wfyxfu cxxmzs-.A X Q' Q i- .feng YC. W X X Sl XX -h- : AAN -lb5-' These Familiar Wesleyan Landmarks Y- sg uwglw,,g,g.,s,., 4-Jx,.,.K - --., , Y - W OLSON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY L oln Denver Salt Lake C y SPECIAL ORDERS .Qdwfme 66. RINGS - PINS - MEDALS - TROPHIES ENGRAVING 1108 P STREET LINCOLN. NEBR. "COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND" School supplies . . . Cosmetics . . . Gift Items . . . Novelties . . . Souvenirs . . . Toys . . . Gomes . . . Drugs 8- Prescriptions. CHEAPPER DRUGS 1325 0 Street 2-3225 Between 13th and 14th Uptown Solon, 211 So. 'I3 ....... ...... 2 -2116 Office, 2'I'I So. 13 ......... . ......... ....... 2 -1717 Piedmont Salon, 'I257 So. Cotner .......... ....... 4 -5774 an our .Jgairclredner OUR 4Ist YEAR Iflff ,- X 5 ' 4725 St. Paul Lincoln MATTHEWS TEXACO SERVICE Firestone Tires and Accessories 2304 No. 48th Lincoln I ,I A El-:u 3 fffifffiivmiih-'HQ I . 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Harrington Co's. "Realtors" 8 salesmen- 8 cars at your service Don P. Harrington Sr., '25 Frank D. Harrington, '40 A. Clifford Anderson, '30 Don P. Harrington Jr., 'Sl .14 Koen!!! jaakion paraakde . . . Hovland-Swanson's bright Sportswear, Department, on the street floor . . . where you'll find the very smartest fashions in skirts, sweaters, blouses, separates and co- ordinated sportswear . . . and all at the price you want to pay! '17 Barbara Livgren Cederdahl Former Plainswoman The Best Friend of Nebraska Brides l'lliLLER f. PAillE m E6 T m Television Clinic Electronics ls Our Only Business 4335 North 61st Street Ph. 6-7009 Lincoln 7, Nebraska Marvin D. Mock HOAGLAND HARDWARE Lincoln's Most Modern Hardware Store GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Electrical 8- Furnace Contracting No Parking Meters - No Traffic Problems 2431 Na. 48th 6-2355 ELCE 8' SON Library Bookbinders 2626 No. 48th Lincoln no ,ww-+ .W CQNTI N E NTAI. 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GREEN FURNACE 81 PLUMBING CO., INC. 2747 Norih 48 Sl. 6-2377 "Your Certified Lennox Furnace Dealer" --180 , 70, 91, 107. 127 Baldwin, Nancy ......... H Hbel, Bob ......... ......... ,... ............,...., 4 7 , 105, 143 Flbker, Larry .....,.. Rdams, Bob ......... Hdams, Pat ............... Flkeson, Marilyn ............ 70, 90, 109 113 .......,,.47, 95, 107 Rlexander, Fludrey. ,..... .........,... 3 8, 70, 111, 127 aneiy, Iohn ....... ,...,. ................... a s , 105, 120, 121 Qllen, Darlene ........ 67, 127 Ptllen, Kenneth ....,................................................. 38 Hlhson, Earl ....,........... 38, 66, 69, 101, 115, 125 Hnderson, ' C1111 ......................,........................ , .... 38 Rnderson, Earl ................ , ...................... , ............., 38 Flnderson, Ian ......... Rnderson, Ierry .......... Hnderson, lim. ......... Hnderson, Ioyce ........ Rnderson, Larry 81, 82, 103. 114 126 127 123, 124, , 109 N ........ 23, 73, 82, 103 Rnderson, Mary .......,.......... 47, 76, 95, 107, 130 Ftnderson, Rogene ......................................., 47, 96 Flnspaugh, Bruce ............ 30, 87, 105, 115, 120 Flregood, Sylvia ............ 38, 66, 68, 74, 112, 122 Flrmagost, Iaclc .................................................... 47 Remus, Pat ........... Htkins, Bob .......... 95, 107, 127 ..........38, 87, 105, 120, 143 B Babbel, Francis .... ...................................... 5 9, 107 Bachman, Ron..... ...,......... 47, 105, 129, 134, 144 Bagby, Charles..36, 70, 90, 109, 122, 125, 129 Ba1ley, Margaret ................. . ........ 47, 76, 95, 112 Baker, Weldon., ........., ........... 2 3, 87, 90, 120 .................49 Barber, Barber, Barnes, Barnes, Carlene ......... lean ............ Mary ....,......... Richard ....,... Barnett, Ray ............ Barry, Roger ...... . ....... . 95, 112 .........47, 95, 103 .....,...38, 68, 103 ..........47, 95, 111 105, 129, 134 Bartlett, Hudrey ......,...... .........38, 70, 99, 127 Baxter, Margaret ..........,..................... 47, 96 , 112 Beachler, Sarah ................................,........... 47, 95 Beal, Huberta...... ...... 47, 95, 97, 117, 127, 162 Beebe, Irene ..........,..................... 38, 112, 120-21 Beishline, Dick ........ 38, 87, 105, 120, 129, 147 Bennett, Duane ........... -..- ......................... 47, 113 Banstead, Wilmer .... ,.... .......... ................... 4 7 , 123 Berck, Sharon .............................. 47, 59, 73, 112 Berger, Peggy..... ......... ....23, 99, 124, 127 , 130 Bernard, Shirley .......... .. ................ 38, 99, 126-27 Bevins, Hex.... .,.... .... Beye, Eugene .......... Biehn, Marcia ......... Blakeney, Rrvin .......... ... ....................... 30 .. ....... 47, 105 Blakeney, Darlene ........ ................. .. ...47 Bloomgren, Paul ........ Borders, LeRoy ........... . .... ............. 3 0, 87 .........23, 62, 105 Bornemeier, Keith ......... .- ...... 47, 70, 113 Bottom, Paul ......... .. ..... , .......... 47, 129, 130 Bowmaster, Bill .......... ................ 3 8, 105 Boyce, Don. .............. ... . ................... 47, 105 Bradden, Barbara ......... ...... . .... 2 3, 73, 74, 85 Braddock, 1oQnn, ......................................... 47, 95 Bradley, Cate .,........... .. ....... ...... ...... ......... -..30 Braymen, Gene .......... .........47, 101 Brayman, Mary Io ........... .. ........ ..... ....... , .... 38, 99 Brekke, Thelma...., .......,...... .. .......... .....38, 88, 112 Brooks, Howard. ...... .....23, 70, 75, 87, 90 109, 115 120 Brown, B111 ......,........ .....30, 38, 83, 92, 109, 119 Brown, Joanne .......................... 48, 111, 125, 130 Brown, Phil .............. Brown, Velda. ...... .. ..... Brown, Vincent .......... .... .... ....... .... .. .... .....38 ..................48 Bruggeman, Dean ....... .. ....... ,............45 Bryan, Bill ....... .. ..... .,..............48 INDEX Buck, B111 ..................... Buckingham, Iaclr, ...... . .- ....... 39. . .....,.... 39, Buckles, Carol ........................................,......... -..23 Budovich, Tania ............... ,,..... .................. 3 9 , Buell, Lyle ..................,..... 30, 129, 138, 140, Buerstetta, Kathenne ..,..................................... 58 120 Bures, Marvin ,,,. ...- ....., -...30, 87, 90, 109, Bu rgason, Carrol ..,..........,.,................ 39, 87, Burger, Iean ................................,............... 30, 143 Burham, Bob ....... - ........... 39, 129, 134, , Burke, Iackie .,...,,.....,.,...... .. ....... 48, 96, 111, Burkhardt, 1anet...- .,,........ 23, 86, 91, 111, Burkholder, Davids.- ........................... Burnett, Sandra ........... .. .......... ............... Bush, Lyn. ......... .....30, 76-7, 92, 103, 118, Butler, Bonrue..... ............................... 39, 107, Butler, Sallie ...................................... 23, 107, Byrd, Iames ........... C Calder, Ioe .......................,............ Calvert, Katherine..- ....... 48, 70, 95, 111, Calvert, Manan ....... - ....... 39, 111, 120-21, 48, 101, 142-43 127 Calvert, Tom ...................................... 39, 101, Cameron, Carolyn....39, 92, 112, 116-17, Cameron, Robert ..................................,........... Campbell, Mary ....... .. ......... 48, 73, 95, 97, Cate, Bradley ....... .... ....................................... 30 Choy, Cyrus ............... Chrxstensen, Lois ............... ,...39, 111, 127, Christopher, Karen ................,... 48, 96, 111, Clarke, E1eanor....... ,...... ,..39, 70, 91, 107, Dvorak, Margaret ..,............. .... ..... , .......... .. . .-...49 Dye, Vic ...... 22, 24, 81, 83, 92, 113-14, 125-26 E Eberspacher, Norval ......................,......... 49, 101 Edgar, Phyllis ......,.................. .49, 96-7, 103. 130 Eigenberg, Loren. ..,.......................... 49, 101, 143 Ellis, Bev ............... - ...... ...... .. ................... 3 9, 103 Ellsworth, Dale ......,.... ......... 3 1, 83, 113, 122 Elswick, lohn. .......... 105, 125 Emerson, Robert ............... - ....................... . ....... -45 Enns, Herbert ...........................,... ... .............. 28, 74 Evers, Marve ....... -...31, 74, 113, 115, 122, 125 F Farrar, Ralph ....,...... - ................................... 45, 72 Fauth, Don. .......................... .. .......................... . .... 59 Feather, Beryl .... .. .......,...... 49, 73, 96, 111, 123 Fike, Iohn. ............. ........................ 4 0, 67, 105 Fisher, Dan. ,..... - .......... Fitzgerald, Iake ......... 109, 144 - ....................... 56 Forrest, Qubrey .................................... 40, 87, 86 112 Fosberg, Verna..... .........,................... 49, 95, Foster, Paul. ..,... .....40, 70, 90, 113, 123, 125 101 Foster, Warren. ....................... ...,.-...59, , 144 France, Flnita .......,........................................... .....24 Francisco, Mary Rnn..40, 69, 89, 99, 127, 130 Frandsen, Bethel .... ..40, 95, 97, 112, 117, 122 Frandsen, Iudy ........................ 4 9, 73-4, 95, 130 Fredstrom, Paul ..........,..... 29, 31, 138, 140, 143 Friederick, Charles ....... .. ........... 40, 87, 92, 120 Friesen, Hilda ............. ....... .. ........... - ...... .. ....... 5 8 112 rfehiieh, Betty lo ................ - .... 49, se, , 130 40 Fullriede, Ianet .................. Cline, Carolyn ...... -.. .............. .. .......... .... ........ .58 Cline, Donn ....... .. ........... ......... 3 0, 92 Coates, Maureen ........ ....... .. ..-...48 Coltey, Bda ....... .. ....... Cole, Iohn ................... ....-.......23, 85 .. ........... 30, 72, 74 130 Coleman, Conme ........... .. ...........,.. .....48, 99, Collins, Gayle ......................... .....39, 73, 99, Fussell, IoHnn ......... ...... .. ...... - ...49, 76, 112, 127 G Gallup, Nathanial ......... Cook, Iudy ................ 48, 73, 78, 96-7, 103, 130 Cooper, Delores ........................... .. ......... ....... .... .48 Covey, Frances ................................... - .......... .....58 Ganzel, Gwen ............. Gardner, Fred .......... Garman, Ruth .............. Gates, lane ......... . ....... -.. ......,. ,. ...... ........... ..........40, 112 ..40 ... ........... 49, 95 ..56 Cox, Betty. ..,................ 39, 76, 116-17, 122, 126 99 Cramer, Carol...- ....,.. ................. 4 8, 95, , Cramer, Willa Io .... 62, 99, Crane, lvfan ........ ... ......... .. ........ , ..,................. ..56 Crawford, Barbara. ......... ..... - ........... 3 9, 103 Crewdson, Dean .......... .......... 4 8, 72, Crewdson, Dewam. ......... .............. 2 .. .... 4 8, Crone, Richard ....... .. .... Cudaback, lane..,........ Cumming, Bob ....... 5. Cutler, Mona .... ..... . Cutler, Ron...-.... Cyr, Ray ........... ..... .... 24, 87, 105, . ............ 39, 72, 74 111 ...........24, 85, ..s ........... 24, 85, .....-...........48, 70, 113, Daharsh, Richard ........................................ ........48 144 Daniels, Bob ........... -. ........ ........,... 48, 105, Dappen, Bob ................... -..48, 70, 75, 90, Davidson, Loren, ......................... .. .......,. ... ....... -39 Davis, Fllice ,........ ..............,.......,.. . ..,...,........ 3 9, Dawson, 1oyce....... ...... .. Deal, Marvin ................... .39, 73, 103, 121, , 109, 129, DeBord, George ........... .. ........................ .. ....... ..-48 Deckinger, Janet. .......... .48, 95, 97-9, 117, DeCora, Tom...- ........... .. ....... , ...... .....59, 105, Deems, Bob ........... Delaney, Cleo ........... Dewhirst, Milt........... Dick, Bob ................... Dorsey, Barbara. .......... Doty, Pat ............... - .... Douglas, lean ........... Dunbar, Mary Io ........ - Duncan, Cecelia. ...... ... ..........-...49, 96, .........39, 92, 111, .. ...... .....49, 96, -ISI- Gellermann, Clarke .............. . ...... -...49, 70, 109 Gentry, Rlice ....... - ...... ...... ....... 49, 70, 103, 123 George, Beverly ............ .. ........... .....3l, 73-4, 107 George, Ianet ....... - ....... 49, 70, 96, 99, 122-23 Georgeson, Curt ....... -...40 105, 120, 129, 135 Gerbeling, Lyndi ....... .. ....... .. ................ 24, 85, 9? 10 Gibson, Ierry ....... ..... Gibson, Verne ....... .. ..... Gideon, Eudoris .....,. 5 ..... Giehelhaus, Myrna ........... Gittord, Georgia ............. Godbey, Tom ............... Godtel, Belva ........... Godtel, Bonnie ....... .. ....,... Goodman, Carole ......... Goodman, William ....... Green, Carol ................ ..........49, 109, 144 ........40, 99, 130 ..........49, 112, 122 ..........,....40, 105 ........ .... 49, 112 .......40, 96, 112 .....................49 .. ...... .... .... ...,.40 ..............49, 96, 99 123 Green, Kutrinka .......... ..... - ...... .. ...40, 122, Grosvenor, Otis. .......... .... . .......50, 72, 74, 109 Gurney, Dwayne......... ...... .. ........................... ....50 Gustalson, Harold. ......... 50, 129, 135, 140. 143 Guthrie, Ruth ....... - ...... .. ........ .....50, 731 96. 103 H Haddix, Don. .............. .. .... .... ..... ...-...50, 105, 135 Haddix, Lois ................. .....40, 70, 111, 127, 130 Hagemeister, Ioflnn. ...,............... 24, 103, 127-28 Hagemeister, Patsy ........ 24, 73, 81-2, 84, 86, 98-9, 127 Haggstrom, Iohn ........... .. ............... 50, 61, 120 Haggstrorn, Mary ........... .........50, 61, 96, 122 Hahn, Marilyn......., .... .. ....... .........50, 76, 95 Haines, Eleanor ....... .. ...... ........ .. ...... .....40 33, Hass' CcrolmmmW-.ummmlm-MSO, 96, 73, 130 McGu1re, Foster ....... .. .......,......... 59, 139-40, Haller, Wayne ....... .........,..,.... ..... - ....,. -...40,120 Hansen, Dr'u.... ........... .. ........ -...40, 107, 127, 130 Hanson, IearL..-...24, 73-4, 82 111, 114 118 126-27, 136, 151 Hanson, Marie.....31, 86, 95, 97, 112, 118-17, 122-24 Hanson, Roy.... .... 31, 66, 78, 86, 113, 122. 125 Harbert, Roger .......... ,.. ..... .......50, 109, 135, 143 Harden, Iohn ....................... -...31, 113, 115, 129, 139-40, 142-43 Harkness, Frank ...... ...-.-.... .... - ...... -..,40, 109 Harkrader, Ierry........ ........ ..... .... , ...... - ...59 Harman, Margaret ............ .... ...... - .................. ...5B Harrington. Richard - ....................... - .......... -..Al Harrison, Homer ....... .. ......... 31, 65, 69, 74, 101 Harvey, Phyllis ..,.... ., ......... .....50, 95, 103, 162 Haupt, Shirley ....... .. ....... 41, 111, 123, 127, 130 Havlicek, Iohn ...- ..................,........... - .............. .41 Heath, Marjorie ....... ........... ...... .. ...... -.,.50, 112 Helwig, Dick ...................... .... ...... - ....,...... 50, 123 Henderson, Gerald ........... .. .......... .. ............ .......36 Hendricksen, Sandra. ...... -..-...50, 66, 95, 107 Henning, Barbara. ...... .....50, 95, 107, 130, 162 Herman, Darleen. ....... ...-...-... ...... .......... ...... .....58 Hevelone, Dan ...........- ..,.... ................... .....-,.45 Heitbnnk, Ervin ....... .. .............. .. ....... 50, 113, 144 Hilgenield, Madelyn ....... ...,.41, 70, 99, 116-17 Hill, S1'1eralee..... ....... ... ....... 41, 76, 78, 111, 127 Hill, B111 ............... ,.. .... ..,,.. .... 4 1, 68, 105, 129, 147 Hines, Betsey ....... -......- .... .................24, 88, 89 Htrschleld, Helen. ...... ,. .... ... ...... - ....... 41,127 Hixson, Lelty ....... .. ...... -,.... ................ 50, 101, 143 Hladtk, Prank ....... .. ....... .. ............. ,.:..50, 101, 144 Holland, lerry .............. 50, 109, 139-40, 142-43 Holland, Harold ....,,,,,,,.,,, , .,,,, , ,,,, mu, ,,,,,,,,.,, ,41 Holliman, Metta ........ ... ....... 50, 112, 117, 122-23 Holtz, Gloria ............... .. ...... - ...... .....50, 112, 130 Hoon, Carl ........... .. ......... ... ...... - ........... 31, 69, 101 Horner, Erma ................ ... ...... ....- ............... 41, 127 Howard, Ken. ...... - .......... .. ....... 41, 101, 119, 125 Hrubesky, Margaret .............. ......- ........,.. 50, 99 Hueltle, Keene...- ........... -.-...e.......-.50, 70, 109 Hull, Barbara ....... -........ .................... 59, 95, 111 l-lull, loan ........... - ...... .. ...,... 50, 95, 99, 127, 130 Hu1nmell,Ioa1L ...... - ..... ..... .41, 103, 127-28, 130 Hunkms, Wayne ......... ..- ..... - ....... - ...... -...59,105 Hunt, Mack. ...... - .... ...............32,101 121 135 Hunter, Lew ....... - .......... -..a2, ss, as-5, asf 105 Hunter, Pat ......... Hunter, Lloyd ....... .. -.-..- ....... ...-.... ..... .,..-...58 -.-..... ..... -..51, 142-43 Huston, Don. ............. .. ....... .....32, 70, 75, 90, 105 Hutchings, Roger ....... - ...... .,......41, 109, 120-21 I lsa, Toshiro ....... .. ............... .... .. ...51, 72, 76 Iackman, Richard ..., ..,. ....... - ........... -41, 72, 113 lames, lackie ....... - .................. ,41, 111, 128, 130 Ianke, Vera .......................................... 41, 99, 130 Iay, Pat .......................... 51, vo, 75, ss, 107, 127 Ieambey, Leo ............... 2 ...... ,. ............................... 58 Ieambey, Bob I enkins, Ienkins, Bill ..... 92 130 Betty ....... -.- ........,..... -.-51, 111, 70, 75, 90, 105 Iennings, Rich..... .... ,. .... -...32, 129, 139-40 146 Iepson, Ieanice ........ 41, 73, 103, 117, 127, 130 Iewett, Bob...- ....... 32, 70, 74-5, 78, 83, 86, 105 Iewett, Harold...-...... ........-....,......-..........-.......41 loekel, Ron ........... ..............41, 139-40, 142-43 Iohnson, Connie.............. ..... s.......-..-.........--58 Iohnson, Don. .............. ........ ........ 2 ...... .....32, 101 Iohnson, Evelyn...,.-......................-...e.....-..,-58 Iohnson, George ..........,......-............ ..,..... .....s32 Iohnson, Ioan. ...... ,. ....... ......32, 103, 126-27, 130 Iohnson, Wanda...... ..... ......,.....4l, 99, 127, 130 Iohnston, Margaret..-................... ...... ............32 Iorclan, Wayne ....... ......................41, 101, 120 Iorgensen, Gary ......... Ioy, Grace ............... Icy, Muriel ...... .2 ...... .. ....... 41, 105, 129, 134, 142-43 Keck, Darrell ....... .. ...... -.. Kahl, C1111 .... - ....... ..... Keele, Kathy ....... .... ..... .... Keeter, Ron ........... Keller, Don. ........... Kellough, Rex ..........,....... .... ...... .. .......... ,.....59 74, 103, 124 ..........51, 95, 111, 130 109, 129, 134 41, 109, 129, 134, 144 ..................51, 129, 134 Kelso, Clarence ....... - ..- ................,.... - .......... 42 Kennedy, Carolyn ....... -. Kennedy, Stan ............. Kernes, Robert ....... Kilburn, Paul ............ King, Charles ....... .... King, Dale ....... .. .... Kirk, Nancy ........... Kirk, Ray ............... .... Klusman, Iames ......... Koch, Oral ............... .. Koenig, Bill .... .. .,.. .. .... ... Koenig, Ioy ........... ......-.... ........42, 99, 127 143 129. 101 105 ...- ....... 4 2. 101 58, 61 .......,37, 42, .........32, 61 .L ..... - ........,.. 51 87 ..-.......51, 88, 105 ......-.......33, 103 Komatsu, Teruaki ....... ... .................. - ..... 33 Kovarik, Donna ..... ,........... ...... .... ....... 70, 75, 107 Krause, Gene ........ ....-.. ............ ...... .......... .. ....... 42 Krause, Ieanene. .... .51, 61, 96-7, 99, 130 99 Krause, Ieanette......... ...... ,....51, 61, 96, , 130 Kremenecky, Valerie ......... .. ..,.... 51, 76, 96, 103 Kroeger, Ierry ....,....... ..33, 109, 119, 129, 136, Krondak, Elaine ,.... ....... 3 3 140, 144 78 89 99 118 130 Kunkel, Dorothy ........ .......i..42: 7o', 71, 91,' 111 Kyes, Iean ..,............ -.... .....,...,..... 51, 70, 96-7, 99 Kyes, Marilyn ...... ,. ....... 33, 85, 98, 99, 127, 130 Lornphere, Iohn .... .. .................. - ...... 42, 115, 120 Lang, Wayne..... .................................... .....51, 105 Lang, Russell ............ 42, 72, 76, 92, 105, 123 Lanik, Char1es..... .......... .. ...... .. ................... 25, 134 Larkin, Don ...... .. ...... .. ...... ....... ............ 42, 72,105 Larson, Mari1yn........... Lauer, Iohn ....... - ...... ..., Lautenschlager, Io ....... .. -.......51, 70, 96, 112 101 ...........42, 70, 91, 99 Lawlis, Mary..... .............. - ...... H ...........,.,..... 51, 96 Leach, lean .............. ... ...... Lee, Bernard ......... -..L ...... 51, 73, 96, 111 .......,............ ....... 42. 120-21 Lelller, Charles ........... .. .......... - ...... .. ...... .. ........... 45 Lehr, Rita ................. 73, 107, 130 Lemmon, Gary..33, 85, 88, 105, 115, 122, 125 Lieurance, Sally...,......22, 25, 74, 78,133 99, 124 Lighzbody, nm .... 22, 25, ai, as, 109, 114,'1 19, 125, 129, 138, 140 Lightbody, Phil ....... .....- ........ 51, 109, 129, 135 Lybarger, Max ....... .... ..... ........ ..-56, 122 Lyss, Ronald. .,.....,.. ...... ...... .... .. ...42, 70, 109 M Mclirdle, Shiriey .............. 51, 76, 78, 111, 130 McCabe, George ....... ........ ...... - ....... .. .............. -52 McCartney, Max ....... 1. ..,.,........ - ..,............... , ..... 52 McClellan, Delores .................................... 52, 103 McClelland, Marion. ..........................., -...-42, 91 McC1urg, Marilyn ...,.,...., ,...,52, 70, 95, 97, 111 McDermit, Bi11,.... ...... .. McDonald, Gene ........ 122 101 McDonald, Henry .......... ............................. .5 6 McDonald, Merle .......... 101 McGowen, Darrell ....... ..... Mclntosh, Ruth..... ...... .... McPheron, Carma Lea ...................... Macy, Marv. ............,.. .. .......,.. . Magill, Shirley ............... Maher, 144 52, 105, 135, 142-43 ...........33, 107, 120, 122 52, 70, 123 .42, 105, 129, 135 . ....... - ....... 42, 98, 127 Sharon ................................................ ,..52 Mahlin, Mary Lou ..,...,..,......... Mqly, Bill ............... - ......... ............................... Manning, Rosemary ................ 25, 85, 111, 127, Marshali, Dorcas ................ 42, 95, 97, 112, Martens, Faye .... - .... 42, 73-4, 99, 126-27, Marts , Gordon ........... .....25, 109, 115, 129, Mat1cka, l21lene....... ..........,....... -.,-...52, 96, Matz, Nita. ..... ... .... .., ..,. ........ .. .......... 52, 95, .25, 74, 75, 84-6 ...42 117, 130 115 130 135 112 107 May, Carol ......,....... ...,.... 5 9, 95, 103 Medow, Wilotte ....... ... .,.......... 52, 101 Meneiee, Flllen ........................,........ .. .........., 28, 85 Merchant, Bruce ,................ .. ....................... 52, 74 Metzger, Gordon ...... 52, 72, 74, 105, 129, 135 26, 87, 120 101 ..52 124 127 Meyer, Henry ....... .. ...... .. ....... .. ....... -... Meyer, Norene ....... .. .......... - ....... ,. ........ 52, 70, 75 Meyers, 1.aVerne .... - ...... ......... 4 2, 99, 127 Michaud, Daryl..... ......... .. ........................ 52, Miles, Margaret .... ........... ........................... .... Miller, Doris ............ 26, 82, 84-6, 92, 103, Miller, Ianet ........... .....42, 73-4, 98-9, 124, Miller, Ioyce .... 2 .... ,. .................... ......- ....... 42, Miller, Dick .... - .......... ... ...... - ............... 52, 78, Mills, Frank. ....,.....,...... 33, 72, 74, 90, 105. Minchow, Bill ............. .....37, 42, 129, 135, Minert, Iohn ..... - ........ ,. .... .. ......... - ...... -. Misner, Marilyn Moeller, lim ........ - .... 26, 62, 83-4. 35, 105. Mohnkern, Gerald ..,. .. ...... - ...,...........,..... 52, Monosmith, Marjorie .......... s. ............. .. Monson, Bev ......... .....34, 74, 107, 115, 128. Montgomery, Lois ........... - ...... -..... ..... ,...25, Morgan, Benny .... - .... .. .... .. ....... ....- ......,... ,.. 103 109 127 143 ..43 ..43 114 113 130 128 .....58 Moulten, Helen .... .. .... ....... .... ....... ..,.... ..,. .... ......36 130 Munderloh, Iolene ...... .. .... 52, 95, 99, 127. Murphy, Erin ................ ,..-..-..-...a4, ss, 89, Nagele. Dick ........ Neal, I Nelson Nelson 1 OGI1 .... N 129, Barb .......,........ s .... 26, 107, 127-28, , Bev ........ 52, 89, 95. 107. 117. 127- 103 134 ..59 130 130 Lind, Larry...- ....... -. ................... - ...... ., ......... ..51 Linder, Robert ...,... .. ...... .. ........... .. ........................ 51 Lindstrom, Ieanne ........ 33, 70, 74, 91, 95, 97, 112, 123 Link, Sheila ....... 1 .......... -........-...58, 70, 74, 111 Linton, Mari1yn..... ....... ............. 3 3, 85, 103, 122 Lipe, Duane .....,...,,.... .22, 25, 72, 109, 114, 122 Littrell, Colleen ....... .. ...... ,. ...... - ........... 51, 70, 95 Livingston, Roberta... .......................... ,.............51 Logan, Bernard...,...- ...... ....... ..... ..-.......s....58 Long, Ralph ................... ,...... .............................. .58 Longacre, Edward ..,. ...- ................ .. .............. -...28 Lawson, Ftileen .... .. .... 33, 78, 82, 85-6, 88, 99, 115, 117, 124 Lucke, Rosemary...-.....25, 73, 81-2, 84-6, 107, 114, 118, 124, 128 Luginbill, E1izabeth...-..,25, 81-2, 84, 86, 99, 124 127 Luhrs, Larry..- ..... .. ...... ....... ...... -...5l, 105,'144 11 ', ...... -..25, 81-2, 84, as, 92, 99, Luge e' Iam 114, 124, 126-27 Lutes, Barbara............29, 33, 70, 91, 112, 123 -'l82'- Nelson, Elroy .................... 52, 74, 109, 129, Nelson, Gene .......... ,.. Nelson, Kareen....s .......... .. ........ 52, 73, 111, 146 ..58 130 Nelson, Marlys...- .........,..... 521. 73. 95. 111 Nelson, Ruth ................ - ....... Nelson, Sanlord ..........., 34, , iao .26, az, 103. 127-28 129, 134. ias. 143 Neumayer, Richard .... .......,. ........,..., 53, 72, 109 Newbury, Iay...- ................... 34, 65, 69, 74, 99 Nickels, Bill ................... -..-..- ........... 53, 105, Nicodemus, Vernon ............,... .....- ,.......... 53, Nispel, lack ....... - ........ Nordling, Robert ...... Norris, Marty ..... ---- 120 109 ...........43, 70, 105, 120 111 120 .......- ....... 26, 91, . Norton, Karen .......... , ...... .. ...... 43,-76-7, 92, 112, 116-17, 120-21, 126, 130 Schwenk, Norm........-...-.- ....... , O Oakeson, Gary .... - ............ 113, 123 Oaks, Richard .......... -. ... .,......,.... - ........... 109 Odgers, Dick ............. - ...... - ........ .34, 105, 122-23 Oestmann, luanalee ...................... 34, 73, 107, Olcabe, Kunio-... .... -..... ........ - .... Olson, Dayton. ........... 116-18. 127, 130 .34, 124-25 .- ....... 26, 83, 88, 122 .59, 109, 129, 144 Olson, Ron .... -..... .........,. - .... Olson, Roslna .......... -.........-... Orndortt, Robert .... - .... -..... ...... - ............... 53, Osbome, Iohn...- .......... .-.-.... .......- ........... 2 6, 122 122 .. - ....... 4 3, 143 S Saatholl, Io .....,.... -.......-.. ............... 35, 99, 127 Sachtleben, Clyde .... -....- ........ 54, 70, 105, 123 Sack, Sandra ............. ... - ....... 54, 73, 96, 111 Sandall, Larry .... ....... ................. - ....... 54, 70, 109 103 Sauer, Ioan .......... - ................. ....- ....... 54, 95, 123 Sautter, Chet...-..... ..... -...35, 87, 109, 120, P Pacas, Mary ..................... ....- ........... 53, Palmateer, Harriet 117, Park, lohn ........... - ....,...... ..-...-...43, 87, 113, Pennington, Ierry .... -...- .... - .... - .........,... Penton, Helen .... - ..... -...-...- ...... -...53, 103, Perkins, Tom .... - .... - .... -. ...... ,........ .- ..... .. .... 4 3, 127 Peters, Connie ........ .. ........ 53, 95, 103, , Peters, Virginia .......... -...- ............... 43, 103, Petersen, Bob ......... -..-...3B, 78-9, 92, 109, Peterson, Doretta...-..... Petzoldt, Floyd ........ - ..., .. .... -.- .......... - ....... 56, Pieper, ldonna .... -...-..-...43, 107, 127-28, Piper, Doris .......... --..... ............... 53, 70, 96, Pitcaithley, lan...- ....,. .........-34, 111, 118. Plott, Phyllis ............... ...-43, 68-9, 89, 112, 122-24 101 Schlichtemier, Don....43, 72, 105, 123, 129-30 Schlichternier, lim .................,.. 27, 83-4, 86-7, 105, 114, 119-21 Schlichtemier, Margaret ...- ........... 54, 61, 70. 75, 95, 111 Schlichtemier, Margie-54, 61, 70, 75, 95, 111 Schmidt, Virgene ........... -...54, 70, 96, 99, 130 Schmitt, Rdaline .... ... .........,. -. ........... 54, 96, 107 Schrepl, lerry.-- ...... -......-...-...54, 76, 78, 109 Schulke, Brooks...-...... ..... --..... ..... ..27, 92, 115 Schwenk, Mel .... ...........-.......... ......... ..35, 88, 105 56 88, 105 Schweppe, 1..ou ....... -.... .....,. 54, 70, 113, 122-23 Schwier, Vivian...-.... Seamark, Mark Porter, Qldlne ....,....-....-...........- .......... 120 Powell, Dean ...... -.. Powell, Eola .... -....-.......-.... ....... 53, 70, 96, ...-..-.... ........... 43, 101. 99 Powell, Iohnny ............... -.........-...53, 105, 120 Prather, Richard -...-..-........,-..... ....... -........-.53 Price, Ierry .......... -. ....... -...-.. -..-...53, 74, 109 Price, loe .... - ....... -.-..........- ..... .-.-...-..........-. Price, Wilma .... - ..... -...-.......... ...... -...53, 95, Priesner,Daro1d .... - .... .....-.-.--.... Priesner, Ieraldine ...... ...... - ......... -53, 95, Priest, Norman....26, 72, 81, 83-4, 86, 123, R Rodin, Bob ............... --.-...- ....... sa, as, 113, 122 Radin, Garnett ..... .. ......... -...-...-- .............. .-...34 Raintorth, Ierry .,...... 27, 105, 129, 159, 143-44 Rath, Virginia ............ - ...... -..-...53, 76, 99, 127 Raymond, Gary.........-...-.....- .......... ......53, 143 Raymond, Geraldine ....... .. ....... 29, 34, 112, 123 Rea, Leslie .,...... .. .......... -. ...-.- ,..... .. .... - ....... ..53 Reader, Tom ........ - ......... ... ...... -..- ....... 53, 72 Reiss, Bonnie .............. ........................ 5 3, 117, 130 Renner, Ernest .... - .... ... ......... .....-.. ........... ..59, 124 Rexroth, Shirley ................ 53, 70, 95, 107, 127 Richards, LaVern........- .... 4 3, 70, 90, 113, 123 Rickert, Ray ....... -. .... .. ....... -...- ....... -...- ....... ....56 Ricketts, Ron.....-...-....- ....... ..- .......... - .... ...43, 109 Rieke, Blaine...-..-.........34, 109, 129, 134, 146 Rihn, Herbert Ritter, Flubyn..-........... ..., .. ....... -.... ......... ..43, 111 Rivers, Les ...................... 43, 109, 120-21, 139-40 Robertson, Rrthur .... -.. ..................... 43, 87, 109 Rohinett, Gordon .... -... ,..... - ............... 54, 72 Robson, Beverly .... -.. .- ...... -...54, 73, 95, 111 Rogers, Iohn .... --..- .... ...-. ..... .. ........... 54, 70, 113 Rogers, Rogene .... ...- ....... 27, 99, 114, 118, 127 Rohrig, Carolyn...- ............... -. ....... 54, 96-7, 112 Root, Hnn .... - .......... .-..-...-.. .... .. ..... -...54, 95, 103 Rosenau, Beth .... - ........ 27, 70, 82, 89, 91, 103 Roth, Norma ..... -...- ..... .....- ...... -...43, 107, 130 Rother, Ladene .... - .... -...... ..... .....-...43, 112, 130 Rudd, Carolyn ...- ........... 35, 69, 82, 86, 88-9, 111, 118, 128, 130, 161 Rudd, Phyllis...-.....-..-. .... -......-.54, 73, 95, 112 Russ, Iohn....- .... .-.......-..........-...-...-..-...59, 144 ........-...-........54, 107, 130 --......-....--...-...-.....-..-.....-54 Shanks, Don .... -....... ........ -... ......... .- ...... .59, 105 Shanks, Harold .... -....- ........... .. ....... 54, 105, 143 Sharp, Dorothy .... -... .- ...... -.-43, 91, 103, 122 Shaw, Ioan ............ ....- .... -.-.--..... ......... -...27, 92 Sheary, Mel .... .. .... - ....... .35, 129, 138, 140, 144 Sherman, Kent .... - .... - ...... . .... - ...... -...54, 70, 105 Shippen, Ernest .... .-...-.. ......... ..- ............... 44, 74 Skinner, Leighton ...-. .... - .... .. .... -. ...... - ......... .54 Smit, Lois .... -.....-...-....-- ............ 54, 76, 95, 103 Smith, Allred .... .-.....-............--.....-... ....-.....-56 Smith, Io...-.-..-. .---.. .... .. ........ - .... -...-...35, 124 Smith, Elinor.-.. .... ........44, 70, 91, 112, 122 Smith, Hal .... - .... .. ..... -..-...35, 87, 105, 119-21 Smith, Leroy ....... - ....... .........35, 87, 105, 120-21 Smith, Randel .... -...... ....... .....-. ....... 54, 105, 121 Spencer, Carl-35, 59, 78-9, 86, 105, 122, 126 Spencer, Ioyce .... - ........ -.......-54, 96, 112, 122 Spohr, Charles .... - .... ......-.... ...... - ........... 4 4, 109 Spohr, Stanton..---... ............. ---...55, 109, 143 Sporer, Lois .... -.-........-..-........-...44, 112, 123 Starr, Robert .... .-...-.-.- ....... -....-.......-.109, 143 Steele, Ron .... -.. .....-........... ...... .- ....... ....55, 134 Stein, Neil .... .. ........ -..- ...... -...-...- ..... -44, 109 Steinke, Ron ....- .... - .... -. ....... .-..... ....... - ....... ....44 Stephens, George...- ....... - .... 2 7, 101, 129, 147 112 ....--...55, 70, 96, Sterner, Ardis...- ....... Stevens, Barbara ....- -,. ....... .........- ........ -59 44 112 127 Stock, Carolyn. ........ ..-........ ....... . , , Stone, Louise ........ -..-...35, 70, 85, 91, 103 Story, Bill ..... -... .... .- ........ ..n...-...35, 129 Stotts, Fllpha .......... -.. ..- .... - ........ .. ...... .. ..... -44 Stray, Dorothy ........... - .......... -...55, 75, 95, 107 Suiter, Bob .... .. .... ....... ........... ...- ....,.. - ....... 35, 113 Suiter, Ron .......... -..............- .... -....-...-...........-55 Swanson, Dolores ................ -44, 127, 130, 162 Swanson, Glenda-...-.-... .... -..... .............. .55, 95 Swigart, Don ............. - .......... -...44, 70, 90, 105 T Tanner, Neil ......... - ............ - ....... 4 4, 72, 78, 123 Taylor, Dona...-............ ....... -...-.....-55, 96, 112 Taylor, Leon ......,........ -...44, 70, 109, 129, 135 TeSe1le, leanalee ........... - .........,...,. 44, 78-9, 92, 99, 124, 126, 130 Thomas, Phyllis .... -...-.......-......-.--....-.-...55 Thomas, Robert .......... -....- .... - ........ -. ........... -55 Thompson, Boyd.-.. ...... .-..-...- ....... 44, 129, 135 Thompson, Hugh. ...... ........-.-....55, 113, 122-23 Thompson, Marjorie-..-...-...55, 73-4, 95, 112 Thompson, Bill ......-...............- ...... -..-...55 Thomson, Gary...-.--....-.-..---..-...55, 74, 122 Thorness, lim...-. ......... -.... .... ....,......27, 74, 122 Thurman, Betty ....... ....-...36, 92, 103, 128, 130 Tietien, Carole ....... -...44, 78, 92, 99, 123, 128 Todd, Marilyn...-...-...-....55, 73, 96, 112, 127 Toombs, Marcea ......... -..- ........ - .... -...55, 95, 107 -183- Touzalin, Rex..-.-,...-.......--..-...-..--.........27, 89 Tullis, Dave ....... -...-.........--...-...-....-....-,..-55 Turner, Ianet ............... -...-.- ........ 55, 96, 99, 130 Tyler, Mary Beth..-..........-. .... .. ............... -.......55 Tyrrell, Lois ....... - ....... 27, 85, 107, 118, 127-28 U Ung, Demetrio .... .-...- .... .- ...... -.-........--......-36 Upham, Lesley.-..... .... -.. ,... .-....-..-...44, 122 V Van Boening, Gary ....,.. - ..,..,. - ...,,,,,,,,,,.,, 3 6, 113 Van Cleave, Dewey...-....44 129, 135-36, 143 Van Nostrand, Marilyn ..... --...-...27, 85, 98-9 Verso. Lois .... -...-.---...-.-. ......... - .......... ,55, 70 Vermeer. Lynn .... -....- ...... ............. 37 , 44, 113 Vodehnal, ldona-.-..- ...... - ....... 55, 95, 103, 127 Vogt, Margaret .... - .... .............- ........... -...44, 112 Vrana, IoAnn....-...-....- ,.... -...44, 73, 103, 130 Vrana, Ruby ....... -...36, 103, 115-17, 128, 130 W Wagner, Charlotte ....... .-. ....... 44, 99, 120, 130 Wagner, Marilyn..--.-.45, 111, 115, 122, 124 Wagner, Virginia .... 5 5, 73, 95, 111, 127, 130 Walden, Don...-...-.....- ................... 27, 101, 119 Walker, Barbarcr....- .... -..... ......... -....- ....... 4 5, 70 Walker, Rex .... - ................ 36, 74, 76-8, 92, 109 Wallace, Tom ....... ........-. .... -36, 87, 105, 120-21 Walvoord, Edgar .... -.........-.--..... ........... 55, 113 Ward, Berthamae .... ......- ........ ...............-58, 122 Watson, Carolyn...-...55, 73, 95, 97, 111, 130 Weatherhogg. Caro1yn...- ............... 36, 99, 118 Westerholf, Betty......-...--...45, 112, 126-27 Westmoreland, Lane -..-...-...-. ....... -. ....... -58 Westphal, Wayne...---.--....59, 105, 143, 144 Weston, LaVonne ....... -.............-..55, 107, Westrom, Walter Whitmore, Louie Whitney, Kay .... -......... ...... 56, 96, 99, 127, Wiegers, Rollie .... -...-.28, 135, 141, 143, Wiles, I-lnnalee-...-...-...-.... .... ................59, 112 Wilkins, Darren ........ .... ................... .......... ...-59 Wilkins, Everett ...... ..-.....-..- ........ ..- ....... 45, 121 Wilkinson, Shir1e'y..... .... - .... - .... 4 5, 70, 91, 107 Wilkinson, Susan.--...-45, 91, 107, 115, 127 Williams, Dave..... .............. .. ....... 28, 31, 83, 87, 101, 114-15, 121 Williams, Mary E ..... -...-...- .... 5 6, 95, 99, 127 Williams, Mary Ellen. ...... .56, 95, 112, 122-23 Williams, Stanley ............ -..-. .......... .2B, 87, 105 Willoughby, Scotty.-................ ....... 36, 138, 140 Wilson, Donna ....... .. ...... -...45, 96-7, 122, 124 Wilttang, lack. ...... ....-.......-.56, 101, 135, 143 Wiltlang, Merlin .........-....-........--...-...........-45 Wittler, Nancy .... .....-.............-...-..--....-....-28 Wolters, Shirley..-.. ...... - ...... -. ..... -...56, 96,112 Wright, Terry .... 28, 45, 72, 109, 120, 122, 125 Wright, Tom ,,., ,,,-..--.,-.......-...- ..... -28. 70. 75 Wuxz, Carlene .... ......-........- .......... - ......... -36, 65 Wuster, 1-'Andy .... .. .... ........-- ------ ------- ------55 Y Yanike, Bob- .... .....-..- ..... -45, 72, 74, 109, 122 Young, Berdine .... ..........---... .------ 55. 111, 139 Young, Mariorie...-.....-....-.......,--45, 74, 127 Young, Nancy .........-.................- ------- --------28 Yutesler, SherYl------------55. 95. 99' 130 Zqugg. 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