Nebraska Wesleyan University - Plainsman Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)

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JW 1 Lf1inA JfLl1ILJ+ 7- der the direction of Karen Norton, Eclitorg Lou Schweppe, Business Manager. QSLE 114 090 .ullxxxxxw +4 Se U"U 5 5- 225 H SO.- cn 23? 'gs- cn in D 5. H-CD 5 as 5.5 39. 55 I I QGQXXHN JN T 525 9 593 W 2 233 I 5 '- m 5 -1 : 3 lxxxxxv' 3 9 Q cF w 4 4 E5 5 'N j 3 in memoriam Page 2 Enid Miller Hoffman was affectionately known as "Doc" to hundreds of people. She liked all kinds of people, and they liked her. She believed in people and showed that belief by giving them jobs to do, responsibilities to be lived up to, and trusts to be fulfilled. People stood taller because of her belief in them. "Doc" believed that Hthe show must go on." She did not just mean the show in her speech department and in the Plainsman Theater. She meant the whole Wesleyan show. She was loyal to the school-its ideals, its interests, and its program. Her interests were broad, and they live on in the hearts of her family and friends. "Doc" Miller was well-known as a writer of plays. Two of her greatest are "The Lesser George," and "Manya," the story of the life of Madame Marie Curie, which she wrote in collaboration with her husband in 1942. Her latest work, "An Angel in the Sun," was produced last summer as the high spot in the Centennial celebration of the Methodist Church in Nebraska. C twig 1, 1 "Doc" enjoys or rcre moment of rest. S .4 3 if X 5 X Even on cz cold winter day "Doc could flash us cr warm, sunny smile n fs A proud cmd beaming "Doc" takes cx curtcrin cczll with the ccist of "The Lesser George." Some members of the faculty and alumni joined Wesleyan students to mcrke the show ci success. lThe tall gentleman at her elbow is her husband, Mr. Wendell Hoflmcnl , 'psxgg x- Q X . Vox Kilo bfdsvp X l N Q-Q' 54 an no X get voavf' KX X X e' . it w o X XXX il X v Q oicnuxq xo X l qx ommem li r C , Q! X Z ,rx 'lei' lf if ' I' An if X l l 4 A If I 1 1 , 7 l L "An Angel in the Sun" was given - mn' lcxst Iune and was directed by Mrs. Betty Reader in "Doc's" X cxbsence. zggj' " Page , Wbw-f A A 3 UNIVERSITY . ACTIVITIES . . SOCIAL GROUPS ATHLETICS . . FEATURES . . ADVERTISING . INDEX . . F University Views .... Administration . Faculty . . Staff . Students .... Student Government . r x Page 3 OLD MAIN C. C. WHITE ' H ,.,,,. ,. 1 .h N ' V" ' . RA' f . 'a"'. .1 .hiwgf J I 1 z' If 'I Ry.. bl 1 r Q 1 if 1 v H saw- HA - ' .:'3g,4' " A xx ...V- ,, ,- 4.,s.C,--Y - ' .,-fy., ........x . --v-ui-'K-Q.: ,Q ,qxx 1 , ... . -'lggj :,... J .i5"f1i'1LZf"'7: 55512512-12211-'fa 5?..:::,f3,V5gt Q-I Y, H. FE?"-Ai if: ILP? a- --- et--X -A 'T .1 . 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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH RACHEL ANN LUCAS LIBRARY VN' 1 E Page 13 "f':T-.ni.11i'7m-if I lz.m.-SKQEEM: v'h?5f!.l!11.'4f7i-il!! QYJQJFIEEUK' Tifla'-'QSM 2559:--S .n:..-.,, Y ui ,, , l Q Chancellor Forrest, Mary, Mrs. Forrest hm and Aubrey Nebraska Wesleyan is proud to have Dr. A. Leland Forrest as its new chancellor. "Chan," as he is known to faculty, students, and friends, is new only to this office, for he had served as Dean of the College for two years prior to becoming chancellor. Our Chan is a busy man-capably handling the job of Wesleyan's top administrator, leading weekly prayer meetings, fulfilling outside speaking engage- ments, and being a family man. Yet he is never too busy for a warm greeting or a friendly chat with a fellow Wesleyanite. And We know that his deepest concerns are our problems, be they large or small. Chan, we are glad to have you in the driver's seat. The Inaugural Procession -32' Wlmifi ..rJ"???15-fri H H W 'Ez H Q nd .Ns if Row 1-Mr. l.. R. King, Mr, Iames E. Bartley, Dean Dahl, Rev. F. C. Friederich Row 2-Mr.. George A. Knight, Chancellor Forrest, Dr. Virgil Welch, Mr. Ernest Smith, Mr. lrving Wiltse, Dr. lohn Calvert, Mrs. Harold San- clall, Mrs. Wayne Harrington, Mr. Harold B. Vifquain Row 3-Rev. Iames Chubb, Rev. Lowell Iones, Rev. B. A. Bessire, Rev. G. F. Allely, Mrs. Max Gentry, Rev. E. C. Williams, Rev. C. Edwin Murphy, Rev. F. E. Ploutz, Rev. Robert Townsend. The Board of Trustees of Nebraska Wesley- an' is the governing body elected by the Ne- braska Methodist Conference to hold and ad- minister the affairs of the school. The adminis- trative officials and all faculty members are elected by the Board, which also exercises general supervision of the investment program seeing that all money that comes into the hands of this institution is properly handled Cifld accounted for. Since the Board has but three scheduled meetings during the year, much of the business is carried on by commit- tees. Page 16 Mr. George Knight, president of the Board of Trustees, and Chancellor Forrest At the present time, the Board numbers 42 members. Sixteen must be ordained ministers of the Methodist church. Names are placed in nomination for the memberships by the Ne- braska Annual Conference, by the Board oi Trustees itself, and by the Alumni Association. These nominations are then acted upon at the regular annual meeting of the Nebraska Con- ference. Seven new members elected to the Board this year are Mr. Iames Ackerman, Dr. Harold Bosley, Mr. Lester Dunn, Rev. Richard Miller, Rev. Gayle Moon, Rev. Robert Townsend, and Mrs. A. R. Marquardt. deans Y fgzh, I, . .t"' "P" "f H. P 5, ' f, I SAM DAI-IL Dean of the College Dean Sam Dahl is one of the busiest men at Wes- leyan. Filling the capacities of Dean of the College, faculty advisor on the Student Senate, ex officio mem- ber of many campus boards and committees, and teacher, he is concerned with every phase of campus life. He is admired and well liked by everyone with Whom he associates. Many a bewildered freshman girl has walked with apprehension into the office, in Old Main, marked "Dean of Women." Until she meets our smiling Dean, the coed doesn't know what a wonderful friend and counselor Miss Iohnson can be. She understands the problems of Wesleyan coeds well, and she is always eager to help the girls solve their problems. To aid the new women students, Dean lohnson directs an orientation program first semester. Milton Evans, a newcomer to Wesleyan, has assumed the positions of Dean of Men and Head of the Department of Education. He is advisor for senior practice teachers and takes charge of job placement for boys. Dean Evans takes a friendly interest in stu- dents, both as- individuals and as a group, and al- ways finds time to assist worried students with their problems. 'fU'h W ETHEL IOHNSON Dean of Women MILTON EVANS Dean of Men g tx in-A Page E, X IAMES E. BARTLEY Business Manager-Treasurer f2'1'T"N """-A VIRGIL WELCH Assistant to rhe Chancellor for Finance ELSIE A. MULLER Assistant Treasurer HELEN LUSCHEI Registrar "l R Y VINCENTE A. COLON Director of Admissions GORDON COUCHMAN Head Librarian t A J i i t i 4 t l l FRED C, HESS, IR. Assistant to the Chancellor for Public Relations MRS. lOl-IN PAUSTIAN Assistant Librarian Page 19 """ig - , ' I f -' . ,fy Q91 l""'x lin, CLARA R. BRANDT Director of Health 1 v 4 1 'if , , -., ,ya R Q , 4. MPN. NETTIE CLARK Associate Professor of Educa- tion GEORGE S. CORFIELD Associate Professor of Ge raphy MAMIE E, CORNS Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration WALTER R. FRENCH Associate Professor of Physics A ,ix 'ln vw,-"4i,X A 45-sk R. W. DEAL Professor of Psychology DOROTHY IEAN FURNISH Assistant Professor of Christian Education kg- !"qL,,'- Y N Y-G-5 Og- .gigs 'fn . .:. 2" Y! F' vw' 4, . .- 'nra ' an 1 , ,Higgs , gig , EM 5 ff' IEAN H, EPSTEIN Visiting Lecturer in Physics ROBERT GLAZIER Associate Professor of Chemistry and Physical Science as : if 'iv' ,. BERNICE HALBERT Associate Professor of English HAROLD E. HALL Associate Professor of English ALICE H. HUPP Visiting Lecturer in English GERTRUDE HOWARD Assistant Professor of Speech 1 i VHX 'ti' , ,- I r ,' . .- o 30" .4 1-,, flak . lv X If t W 1 1 A' - ll . . lf H ml ly 1 L 411 L or 4 ' 1 ,E CHELYS HESTER Director of Womens Physicol Education DORIS YEN MING HSU Associcrte Professor of Biology IW'- Hhili 'KW fat Q-'-xi MARY LOUISE HOLDING Associate Professor of Voice EARL IOHNSON Instructor of Physiccxl Education it 'A- af -d'?x I v , +R 1 if 4-ips . . t V' 4 I: . .1 J l-J MARGARET LIN DGREN Instructor in Piano IANET MARSHALL Instructor in Cello Q t i, . .li .af 1 . , IRENE KELLEY Instructor in Speech PAUL W. LeBAR Associate Professor of Organ gl" GLADYS M. LUX Associate Professor of Art ROBERT MARSHALL Associate Professor of Bond cmd Instrumental Music pg-rfilf' ' 1' KW L Pipe l' it 1 St RALPH MARRS Associate Professor Emeritus L. EDWARD MATTINGLY Associate Professor of Religion ond Director of Religious Life 1, xx I ll. Io. t f . -1- " lr' r I my ,.4I,Ll.J- V fm, mg f 'Paffi'.flff5fT"""2TS..Q snif f . 'H-gf,t.1f1:t'lgaf'jf ' A A ' ' I .'f75l'? Q , : r ':ll?f"L, A . ' - Eli:-5?l5'il' - ' - . , - 415'-5ilgf'al'lkQ1. v ,J nz? . 'M ., ' g'lZi:ff,'ET:i'.?Qf'Lfl- y -- , ' , . 4 t "W " -- 1 mfg'-1 f A 15 P . i,f,i,, P if-"' MRS. GRACE MEEKER CROMWELL Visiting Lecturer in Speech DAVID MICKEY O. W. MILLER ASS-9CiClY9 P1'OfeSS0f of HiSl01'Y Associate Professor of Psychology ADAM I. MUELLER Debate Coach . my. "!v LEONARD PAULSON Associate Professor of Voice and Public School Music , D f Yi 'M - fl IOHN ROSENTRATER IRVIN PETERSON professor of Religion and M. E. SEDERBURG Professor oi Physical Education Philosophy Associate Professor oi Education E is """' J -fra. Q1-rv Nimr- , .xi Q, si Qual KIETH SKOGMAN NEILL SLACK PAULINE SLONECKER Director of Athletics and Assistant Assistant Professor of Industrial Associate Professor of Piano Professor of Physical Education Arts and History for Men MARIETTA SNOW ,- Professor of Modern Lan- .Af guages ' 'V 5 1' if A .F i- . an ri- IEAN SWINBANK Instructor in Secretarial Science and English ii" Ax If 1 L. O. SORENSEN Assistant Professor JOE WAMPLER Associate Professor Mathematics any A hl4 i' 1 1 L, . ' 54' if . 4 , I 1 Y A l Q V. A V' F 3 of Biology it ' L A i, . , ,A I DALE WEEKS of Professor of Business Administra- tion and Economics -2' it is , t. ,. 1 :Z ,,, . , .A Y, f r iv ' A ' r . - , l 1 W, ,V ,. -P 3. g 2 i 4. -, ' ' , J. ...AQ v-1 'f Nl fu' " 15322, Wi? '- 'A .tif-is9?:.f fi I iii?-rL,' , ff. 1 Q , ti, 7: ' 61 stall .'-Q4 . '3' . 4 L . . r ,os- fvY!7Q',,s..' MHS RUTH S CEDERDAHL A irft'-455 Miss Jorcts 1oHNsToN 'K+ is A. Secretary to the Dean 1' r..- G x M I KX tt 1 , Fkfgg 'DH Y' MRS. ARLENE MARSHALL MISS BETTY McDANlEL Secretary to the Chancellor Secretary to Mr. Welch MRS LOlS HAMMEL Director of the Student Union ,iv Although not pictured, the student secretaries are not forgotten. They put in a great deal ot time and effort in helping to keep things running smoothly. They keep files and records, take care of mail, and do numerous other tasks. Professors and administrators who hire these girls say they couldn't do Without them. ln tact, their only objection to student secretaries is that they graduate. - Y '-wr-i 45-f E i rw M Y . 111 til gi K ' f :-ff ' 1 s The cafeteria staff at Iohnson Hall is headed by Mrs, Iune Menefee. Other staff members are Mrs, Dorothy Olper, Mrs. "Dot" Krantz, Mrs. Katherine Kirlin, Mrs. Hazel Stokes, Mr. Floyd Baker, Mrs. Louise Herzog. Not pictured are Mrs. Florence Earl, Mrs. Hazel Schauppa, Mrs. Irene Wuester. Mr. Wilson Beaver is Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, and "Snooper" is seem- ingly the mascot of the maintenance crew. Standing-Mr. Ice Smith, Mr, Wilson Beaver, Mr. Fern Brown, Mr. Claude Bunting, Mrs. Roxie Cramer, Mr. Earl Messelhiser Kneeling-Mr, Iohn McAllister, Mr. Iames Varga Not pictured-Miss Lucille Martin, Mr. Clyde Barnes, Mr. Melvin Taylor, Mr. Roscoe Anderson, Mr. Merlyn Clark, Mr. Ray Hamilton fi'5s...f'-' sl. Qfrttiis iii 1111 .... ,s..., ....n.,. ...L , , W4, ,.A..,,, W. a Q A t.te'ifs'?1-'S' Y .F 1' N Yb SFX- julia' I Q L , -Ti? if Y ll 1 lf i, bg, - -1- J-Fiji , . s -N-Sa l- l A I We 5 i. ' ,- l ., ' x x l lb 1 . , - fix -ts!-:fn 'rr ' ,Vt Senior class officers are Blaine Rieke, president: Ray Kirk, secretary-treasurer: Bob leambey, orator, cmd Hex Bevins, chaplain. seniors The long-awaited Iune morning . . . grad- uate tries to listen to speaker, but mind wan- ders . . . recalls the ups and downs that are the memorable times at Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity . . . that first lonely day, and now, reluctantly, he comes to the realization that it is all over . . . the endless lines during registra- tion . . . Traditions Day . . . pep rallies . . . homecoming . . . the cold fingers and toes at football games . . . championship basketball and baseball teams . . . Christmas and Easter matins, chapels . . . spring tours . . . the crown- Page 28 ing oi the beauty queen at the Coronation Ball . . . the pageantry of Spring Pete . . . those sleepless nights and fears before the final ex- arnsg and then, when they are over, the empty feeling that this shall be no more . . . this is the end . . . but is it? . . . The sun is overhead now, not setting . . . there is a World of oppor- tunity . . . and he is fortified to face the World, fortified with knowledge and understanding. ". . . S-E-N-l-O-R-S We are the class that spells Success" ,EVN ' . - . my W. , ' N V J 1 sf A 1 5 M ' ' 2 ,fi 'ii in 1' X -ii , lf' A 'Iii I nd hm' ' . y 1 il., A zf' f--34.222 LARRY ABKER BRUCE ANSPAUGH TOHN BENNETT REX BEVINS Geneva Buffalo, Wyo, Lincoln Cedar Rapids History, Political Science Physics, Mathematics Political Science, History Social Sciences Theta Chi ll 2, 3' 4, band ph, Kap,-,G Tm, 1' 2' 3' 4: Independents 4 Barbs 1, 2, 3, Independents l, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Kappa Psi l, 2, 3, 4, YMCA 1, 2 PAUL BLOOMGREN Oxford Physics, Mathematics Barbs l, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4 IOYCE BROYLES Grinnell, la. Natural Science, Nurs- ing Phi Mu 4, YWCA 4: Wesley Fellowship 4, campus nurse . ' 4. band l, Sigma Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Nebraska Academy of Sciences 2, 3, 4, Blue Key 4, Student Sen- ate 2, 3, Phi Kappa Phi 4: Who's Who '.,"' ..-5+ -.eg MARVIN BURES Geneva Physics, Mathematics Theta Chi l, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, sec. 4, Nebraska Acad- emy of Sciences 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, band 1, 2, 3: Kappa Kappa Psi l, 2, 3, 4: YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4 2- Q9 m' ,Q F! I f' P 'V , 51111, 't A L ii . LYLE BUELL Murdock Physical Education, ln- dustrial Arts Cresent l, 2 3, 4-, vicespres. 3, basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, track 2, baseball 3, 4: W Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ac: .' H '- . - 3 . x s v 244, .4118 4, football 1, YMCA 2, 3, 4, Kappa Chi Z, 3, 4, Stu- dent Senate 4, student pas- tor 2, 3, 4, intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, senior class chaplain BILL BROWN Tuckahoe, N. Y. Humanities Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 3, Blue Key 3, 4, sec. 4, student pastor 2, 3, 4, track l, basketball 1, 3, YMCA l, 2, 3, 4, cabinet 3, Kappa Chi 1, 2, Student Senate 3, 4, pres, 4, COGS 4, THE WESLEYAN 1, 2, sports ed- itor 2, Gamma Upsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres, 1, Plainsman Players 1, 2, 3, 4, sopho- more and junior class presi- dent, Who's Who LYNNETTE BUSH Lincoln History, English Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Yellers of the Brown 2, intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, YWCA 1, 2, IRC 1, 2, THE PLAINSMAN 1, 2, 3, bus. mgr. 2, 3, Publi- cations Board Z, 3, Gamma Upsilon 2, 3, 4, debate 4, Plainsman Players I, 2: Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4, sec. 4, Panhellenic Council 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Cardinal Key 4 715 ,-,pf Page 30 BRAD CATE Scottsblull Business Administration, Political Science lndependents 3, 4, Student Senate 3, 4, YMCA 3, 4 MARVIN DEAL Lincoln Geography, History Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, sec. 3: baseball l, 2, 3, 4: W Club l, 2, 3, 4: YMCA 4 DALE ELLSWORTH Lincoln Humanities Barbs 1, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3: chorus 3, Plainsman Players 2, 3, 4, IRC 2, male chorus 3, YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Chi 1, 2,'Blue Key 3, 4 srl' fro 0' EONN CLINE Lincoln Political Science, Psy- chology Cresent 1, 2, 3, lndepend- ents 4, THE WESLEYAN 1. 2, 3, sports editor l, assist- ant editor 2, editor 3, Gamma Upsilon 1, 2, 3: YMCA 1, 2, Student Senate 1, 2, 3 ical... lOl-IN COLE Lincoln Music, Education Independents 1, 2, 3, 4, male chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, stu- dent director 4: Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Lincoln Symphony audition winner 3, "Der Rosenkavalieru 5 .Q f , gzffffzv-gl i A , MARVE EVERS Dunbar Humanities Barbs 1, 2, 3, lndepend- ents 4, Student Senate 2, 3, YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, district representative 2, pres. 3, vice-pres, 4, Blue Key 4, vice-pres. 4, COGS 4: Chapel Choir l, 2, 3, 4: male chorus l, 2: chorus 1, 2, Kappa Chi l, 2, 3, 4: Who's Who in it .. 5..wgqf?g . m fd' -, if mn lgwi"1lU,t,bf A i , 4 ,. ll' .- 'V ' 5 1. PAUL FREDSTROM Lincoln Social Sciences Independents 3, 4, basket- ball 3, 4, track 3, tootball 4, W Club 3, 4, pres. 4, YMCA 4 I ra iw- w . ix. , A ', 1' 1 -'A lr Q 5 ,.:,....,.,i ,A :t.1,Q.e-ez, -is. .1. WILLA IO CRAMER Chester Political Science, Eng- lish Alpha Gamma Delta l, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, YWCA l, 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, band 1, 2, Tau Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4, intramurals 2, 3, girls' glee club 4, Washington semes- ter 3 IEAN DOUGLAS Rawlins, Wyo. Business Administration, Psychology Barbs l, 3, Independents 2, 4: YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4 ERICH PREY Leonberg, Wuertt, Germany Humanities Barbs 4: YMCA 4, chorus 4 male T BEVERLY GEORGE LAURA HANSON MARIE HANSON Lincoln Oconto Fremont Music, Educqtion Natural Science, Nursing English, Foreign Lan- guaqes Phi Mu 2, 3, 4, chorus 2, 3, 4, orchestra 3, Chafoel Choir 2, 3, 4, girls' glee c ub 2, 3, 4, "The Student Prince", "Der Rosenkava- mer IOHN HARDEN Sidney Humanities Barbs 1, 2, 3, 4, treas. 4, basketball l, 2, 3: track l, Z, 3, 4, W Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Fellowship 1, 2, 3, Kappa Chi 1, 4, YMCA 2, 3, 4, Student Senate 2, 3, treas. 3, COGs 4, Blue Key 4 DELWYN HARSI-I Bartley Business Administration Cresent l, Z, 3, 4, football l ss J 4 ,NZ l GERALD HENDERSON Grand island Philosophy and Religion, Sociology Barbs 3. 4, YMCA 3, 4, Kappa Chi 3, 4 Barbs 1, 2, 3, Independents 4, YWCA l, 2, 3, 4, cabinet 2, 3, Women's House Coun- cil 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, vice-pres. 4, Governing Board 'Z, 3, 4, pres. 4, Kappa Chi 3, 4, lohnson Hal counselor 2, 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Cardinal Key 4: Phi Kappa Phi 4, Who's Who CARL HOON Kansas City, Kans. Cresent 3 4' Roadshow 3, THE WESLEYAN 3- orchestra 3, 4: Plainsman Players 3, 4, YMCA 4, band 4 5' ' H ,finllff 2,4 3.- -. ' . - .., 'ii"':' Li., U ,fr ,jx J ,pf 5- -, - . rx 4 jf ROY HANSON Clay Center l , l l V Q 'vw l if f ' U . :ff . .-.V ' -'es r " 'i Q ,-' .-"'9--'.'- . t as f fe 4, K 1. -rf JL? rim., 1 X239 my an A , 3' A W? i J, if qt A , Humanities Barbs l, 2, 3, 4: Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, THE WESLEYAN 2, 3, YMCA l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Phi Kappa Phi 4 RICHARD HARRINGTON Lincoln Psychology, English Inde enclenis 1, 2, 3, 4, Ne- Erasga Academy of Sciences MACK HUNT Lincoln Natural Sciences Cresent 1, 2, 3, Independ- ents 4, football 1, 2, 3, 4, intramurals 1, 2, 3, W Club 1, 2, 3, 4, YMCA 3, Nu Med 3, 4, Nebraska Academy of Sciences 3, 4 Music, Education 1 Page 31 Page 32 T54-1 I X twinks? . ,. - TL.. " 'Mt- it 5 gg ' ' ms X W :- li . I AJ LEW HUNTER Superior Speech, Business Ad- ministration Phi Kappa Tau l, 2, 3, 4, YMCA 3, 4, Roadshow 2, 3, 4, Plainsman Players 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Theta Alpha Phi 2, 3, 4,Spres. 4: band 2, 3, 4, "The tudent Prince" -.sz ses I r., , is it Q r. I s Q .t ..,.,.,.,.,.,. we . seg Han, giggi IOAN IOI-INSON Falls City Education, Art Delta Zeta l, 2, 3, 4, vice- pres. 4, Cardinal Key 4, sec. 4, chorus 1, 2, 3, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Yellers of the Brown 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, YWCA I, 2, 4, Plainsman Players 4, Phi Kappa Phi 4 -wr-we - ff. - -Mm... 1 DON HUSTON North Platte Natural Sciences Phi Kappa Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, band 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4: Ne- braska Academg oi Sciences l, 2, YMCA l, B OB IEWETT Beatrice History, Philosophy and Religion Barbs 1, 2, treas. 2, Phi Kappa Tau 3, 4, YMCA 2, 3: chorus 2: "The Student Prince," Chapel Choir 1. 2, 3, 4, male chorus 1, student pastor 2, 3, Kappa Chi l, 2: Blue Kev 3. 4, sec. 3, Hes. 4, band 3, Pi Gamma u 3, 4: THE WESLEYAN 3, 4, Student Senate 4, vice- pres. 4, Washington Semes- ter 4, Phi Kappa Phi 4 RON KEEPER Wahoo Physical Education, Ge- ography Theta Chi l, 2, 3, 4, football 1, 2, 3, 4, baseball I, 2, 3, 4, W Club l, 2,3.4 BOB IEAMBEY Lincoln Psychology, Philosophy and Religion Independents l, 2, 3, 4, de- bate l, YMCA 2, cabinet 2, Student Senate 3, 4, THE WESLEYAN 3: student pas- tor 2, 3, 4, senior class ora- tor . , J it '92 X .1 6 Iv H 1. t,,',,, Y a N 1 4 " , Q I .,,,f,,,,','ifgL"',,.,4 I l NN 'Hb i f l'ff'14fs4f,'.f,fg f 1 'wif 'ipll , fl i 1 1' 'Milf' 41 -fy 0 'f 1, L my , rg ,C I li' I lil' 4 4: rf ' ,Q if f,',l if .. "'i RICHARD IENNINGS Lincoln Physical Education, Ed- ucalion Cresent l, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, intramurals 2, 3, 4, golf 1, 2, 3. 4, basketball 1. Z, 3, 4, W Club l, 2, 3, 4 DON IOHNSON Fairbury Political Science, History Cresent l. 2, 3, 4, track I, 2, 3, 4, W Club 2, 3, 4 STAN KENNEDY Sidney Political Science Busi- ness Administration Independents 1, Cresent 2, 3, 4, football 1, 2, track 1, 2, 3, W Club 2, 3, 4 X .: W' , .3 Q ,., . .. .. A I , - 9-. - D .in I ' 'if ' 4 .. .. , . ,, .. . . . . --' :f - ,1 ,X N is I: I I E s is , M I is 4 it N is , , E - H .M H if ,Av f gee- p..w' N ff I Q' Q ii - ,I - H A it Eggs 1+ :.: , 1- X H H 1 Figs . M lt . 1 lr - ' 'f , , :iii .... wi ss 5 H, Y Y l w, 2 H... , z gs ,. '- -uf . I fi . ,Li 5 ii s . - I A i M E X . f' . H --.4 H S 'h 4121 u GEORGE IOHNSON Grand Island History, Philosophy and Religion Barbs 1, 2: Independents 3, 4, Kappa Chi 1, 2: YMCA l, Z, 4, IRC l, public ad- dress system sports an- nouncer l, 2, 3, 4 RAY KIRK Hallam Humanities Independents l, 2, 3, 4: YMCA 4, Student Senate 3, senior class treasurer ,- Q' Mit I 3 IOY KOENIG Mitchell Business Administration, English Della Zeta I, 2, 3, 4, YWCA I, 2, 3, chorus 1, 2, FTA 3, 4, intramurals I, 2, Yellers ol the Brown l, 2, IRC 2 faves. IUDITH LAIER Cozad Natural Sciences, Nurs- ing Al ha Gamma Delta l, 4, YVWCA 1, irls' glee club I, chorus 1, Plainsman Players IEANNE LINDSTROM Geneva Music, Education Barbs I, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Wesley Fellowshi I, 2, 3, band 1, 2, 3, vocalist 2, 3. 4, Tau Beta Sigma 3, 4: Cliagel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, YW A l, 2, 3, 4. cabinet 2, 4, Plainsman Players l, 2, FTA 4, chorus I, 2, 3. 4: "Song ol Norway", Coun- selor 2, 3, 4, Cardinal Key 4 IERRY KROEGER David City Physical Education, Edu- cation Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, baseball l, 2, 3, 4, basketball l, 2, 3, 4, W Club l, 2, 3, 4, lnterlraternity Council 3 gf.. rv- 'N . Ati QQ! .. X F. . ' 'fiiaiilwrillic A+ Q'--'-"f '11 ,f . .-ni tty . rt ' .if-ff -1-":f'm--'5Y2tQ- 'X 1- :V -A M' Q-tiffftif-mf, , gin- Y-fe 'ie.f,'1-"' ttf f I pill-32 , .-:: LEON LEHPI Lincoln Education, Physical Edu- cation lndependents 1, 2, 3. 4, basketball 1, 2: baseball 3, 4, W Club l, 2, 3, 4 MARILYN LINTON Sidney Sociology, Psychology Delia Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, sec. 4, Kappa Chi l, 2, 3, sec. 2, W e s 1 e y Fellowship 1, 2, Women's House Council 2, girls' glee club 1, 4, chorus , 2, WCA l, 2, 3, 4, sec. 4, Psi Chi 3, 4, Cardinal Key 4 ,, ?: W- .,, u I ,FS 'J ?qNX ,af X ELAINE KRONDAK Falls City Speech, Business Admin- istration Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4: THE WESLEYAN 2, 3, 4, Student Senate 3, 4, sec. 4, Governing Board l, 2, Wom- en's House Council 1, 2, COGs 4, Cardinal Ke 4, Panhellenic Council 2, 3, 4, Yellers of the Brown l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, YWCA l, 2, Plainsman Players l, 2, 3, 4, Theta Alpha Phi 3, vice-pres. 4, Roadshow Who's Who GARY LEMMON Falls City Philosophy and Religion, Psychology Phi Kappa Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, sec. 3, vice-pres. 4, debate l, 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Delta l, 2, 3, 4, sec-treas. 2, res. 3, 4, IRC 1, YMCA ly, 2, 3. 4, treas. 3, cabinet 2, 3, Wesley Fellowship 1, 2, Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, Plains- man Players 1, 2, 3, 4: THE WESLEYAN 3, 4, Psi Chi 3, 4, Blue Key 3, 4, sec.-treas. 4, COGs 4, Student Senate 3, 4, vice-pres. 4, Roadshow 4, Interfraternily Council 4, Who's Who AILEEN LOWSON Syracuse Sociology, Psychology Alpha Gamma Delta l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, COGs 4, girls' alee club 1, Plainsman Players l, 2, 3, 4, Women's House Council 2, 3, pres. 3, Student Senate 3, Cardinal Key 3, 4, Panhellenic Coun- cil 3, 4, debate 1, 2, YWCA 1, 2. 3, 4: Psi Chi 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, pres. 4, Pi Kappa Delta l, 2, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Phi 4, Who's Who ,- ll' ff' l. MARILYN KYES KROEGER Archer Education Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, YWCA l, Yellers ol the Brown 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Psi 'Chi 3, 4, W Club sweetheart MERLE MCDONALD Murdock Natural Sciences Cresent l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, pres, 4, Interlraternity Coun- cil 4, sec.-treas. 4 Lx f Page 33 Page 34 tl gn., FRANK MILLS Murdock Music, Education Phi Kappa Tau l, 2, 3, 4, "Song of Norway", "The Student Prince", "Der Ros- enkavalier", male chorus l, 2, 3, student director 3, band 5, 3, 2, 4, Chapel Choir 1, 1 f 1-Q l ' , :Z J I ' V: 44, 'ir '-.,-in' IUANALEE OESTMANN Auburn Education, English Phi Mu l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, pres. 4, Women's House Council 3, 4, pres. 4, Pan- hellenic Council l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 4, YWCA l, 2, 3, 4, cabinet 4, FTA l, 2, 3, 4, cabinet 4, girls' glee club 2, 3, 4, chorus 1, 2, 3, in- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, COGs 4, Cardinal Key 4, treas. 4, Governing Board 3: Yell- ers oi the Brown 3, Who's Who :QQ BEV MONSON Blair Music, Education Phi Mu l, 2, 3, 4, chorus l, 2, 3, Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4: "La Boheme", cheerleader 1, 2, 3, head cheerleader 3, Student Senate 3, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, YWCA 4, COGS 4, Cardinal Key 4 IAY NEWBURY Norwich, Conn. Music, Education Alpha Gamma Delta l, 2, 3, 4, chaplain 4, girls' glee club 1, Wesley Fellowship 1, Yellers oi the Brown l, chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: "La Boheme", "The S t u cl e nt Prince", "Der Rosenkava- lier", Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Roadshow 3. 4: Plainsman Players 2, 3, 4, Theta Alpha Phi 4, Lincoln Symphony audition winner 4 RON OLSON Moline, Ill. Business Administration, Political Science Theta Chi l, 2, 3, 4, treas 4, intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 basketball l, 2, baseball 1 2, 3, 4, W Club l, 2, 3, 4 .. in W 1:53.11 lm '- 'W 1-flf R., f It il ' ' V tx., '51, lx t tives I Q ' ,- ,ji 1531 E," ww? 'Rs ERIN MURPHY Fort Scott, Kans. Speech, Business Admin- istration Delta Zeta l, 2, 3, 4, intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Road- show 2, 3, 4, Plainsman Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4, Yellers ol the Brown l, 2, 3, YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4 , sts. IJG' 1 i f,,..'.,F i tr 1 . -X 1 , ' 1, .4 , 'i' i ' 2 V- ,,'l lr' ', .4-, 3,5 ' V' , fit, '. .-4 .i.,'- ,Wi , .-- 1,4 S , . 1 F? 3,1 , jf, 1 1 .. i, , 1 ,3553 , .. w. gh BARBARA NUNNALLY Prophetstown, Ill. Philosophy and Religion Education IODY OURTH Otho, Iowa Natural Sciences, Nurs- ing Phi Mu 4, YWCA 4, campus HU FSS iv" If S-v SANFORD NELSON Lincoln Physical Education, Ed- ucation Cresent 1, 2, independents 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, tootball 1, 2, 3, 4, co-captain 4: W Club l, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3 4,4 .xxx In RICHARD ODGERS Powell, Wyo. History, French Phi Kap a Tau l, 2, 3, 4 Kappa Chi 1, Z, 3, 4, cabi net 3, Wesley Fellowshuo 1, 2, 3, 4, YWCA 1, 3, student pastor 3, 4 IERRY PENNINGTON Springfield, Mo. Business Administration Sociology Independents 3. 4: Veterans Committee 3, 4 A 5 'Q -nv N L X, , v 1 vi ' . ,J . X ,, , .Bs 7 c A, fit - . me i - " zur ' 'lv - , f x .. Jgyrf Qfgil. , , ' i 1, ',,,' . , "'!'+llq,, za' , lj . Z ,'fZJ,4?,y-.' ' 91151511 - L' 1' f" ' -5 lunge" 1' 1 ' n! LORETTA PENZA Pueblo, Colo. Natural Sciences, Nurs- ing FERDINAND PEREZ Omaha IAN PITCAITHLEY Lincoln Education Willard 1. 2, 3, 4, vice- pres. 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Plains- man Players 1, 2: Panhel- lenic Council 3, 4: Yellers gi lqhe Brown 3: YWCA 1, 2, MARY IEAN RITTER Creston Education Phi Mu 2, 3, 4: Yellers of the Brown 2: YWCA 2 5? gi? viii GERALDINE RAYMOND Crawlorcl Sociology, Psychology Barbs l, 2, 3, 4: Plainsrnan Players l: YWCA I, 2: girls' ales club l, 2: Kappa Chi , 2, 4, cabinet 2, 4: chorus l, 2: Wesley Fellowship l, 2, 3, 4, cabinet 2, vice- pres. 3 MYLUS ROBISON Cozad Education, History Phi Kappa Tau 2, 3, 4: Yellers ol the Brown 2, 3, vice-pres. 3 52 PQ:- li IEANA LEE PETERSEN Fremont English, Political Science Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4: FTA 4: Yell- ers oi the Brown 1, 2: Kappa Chi 1: YWCA 1, 2, 3. cabi- net 2: THE WESLEYAN 1, 2, 3, 4, editor 3, 4: Publica- tions Board 3, 4: Gamma Upsilon 2, 3. 4: Pi Gamma Mu 4: Cardinal Key 4: Phi Kappa Phi 4 CAROLYN RUDD Rome, N.Y. Speech, English Willard 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4: Panhellenic Council 3, 4: in- tramurols 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Senate l, 2: debate l, 2, 4: Pi Kappa Delta l, 2, 3, 4, vice pres. 2: Plainsman Players 1, 2, 3, 4: Theta Al- pha Phi 3, 4, sec. 3, treas. 4: Roadshow 2, 3, 4: WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, treas. 4: Yellers of the Brown l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 3: Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4: YWCA l, 2, 3, 4, cabinet 4: COGS 4: Cardinal Key 3, 4, vice pres. 4: Wi-to's Who . ri, . Phi Kappa Phi 4 f EM'-,, xx, r ' . ' -C '. -.1 QQ5. IW' f. , .1 , X ' 1 , tl'ltiifu'l A-ft ' . S tr BOB PETERSEN Fremont Physical Education, Ed- ucation Theta Chi 3, 4, vice-pres. 4: Interiraterniiy Council 4: THE WESLEYAN 3, 4, sports editor 3, 4: Gamma Upsilon 3, 4: intramurals 3, 4: qoll 3, 4: W Club 3, 4: YMCA 3, 4, cabinet 4 1146.155 ,-5 1 3.3416 , N i'j,', vb' 5 :J F: gl- .' ,.m,.-A ' ' ,, L " " ' ' 1 BLAINE RIEKE Aurora, Ill. il' W uhm 4 -2 A - 5- E5 ., 4 X J Political Science, Busi- ness Administration Independents l, 2: Theta Chi 3, 4, pres. 4: YMCA 4: COGs 4: football l, 2, 3: golf l, 2, 3, 4: W Club 1, 2, 3, 4: spring lete student prince 3: senior class presi- dent: Blue Key 4: Who's Who IO SAATHOFF Sterling Education, History Barbs l, 2: Al ha Gamma Delta 3, 4: ban:F2: Women's House Council 2: FTA 2, 3, 4: YWCA 3, 4: intramurols 4: Phi Kappa Phi 4 'nib 'W' if qs- L sn. 'Ng ,f 't 'ii .Q .gh A 'JU 'lil 1 iii Page 36 1 W is VZ' -at -- f .Q . ' J' Pj X 1, H X-" l, , . ' I 5. lLi,':,- - ,V X' H' ' , tlwr'-V l Y A V , Q , gf , 5 1 X . 7 ' ' - 1 - is , . , ' ' f REX SAMPLE CHESTER SAUTTER Denver, Colo. Lincoln History, Speech Barbs I 2 3, 4, pres. 2 band 1, 2: Chapel Choir 3, 4, YMCA 4, Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 2, "Des Rosenkava- 1ier", Plainsman Players 4 MEL SHEARY Waverly Physical Education, Education Independents 1, 2, 3, 4, baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, basket- ball 4- W Club l, 2, 1, 2, 3, , 3, 4, vice pres. 4 IO SMITH Apple Valley, Calif. Psychology, Education Independents 2, Barbs 3, Alpha Gamma Delta 4: Wesley Fellowship 2, 4, chorus 2, Kappa Chi 3, 4, YWCA 3, 4, cabinet 3, treas. 4, intramurals 3, 4, WAA 4 Physics, Mathematics Theta Chi l, 2, 3, 4, "La Boheme", "The S t u d e nt Prince", intramurals I, 2, YMCA 3, 4, Wesley Fellow- ship 3, 4, male chorus l, 2, Chapel Choir 1, Nebraska Academy of Sciences 2, 3, 4, greg. 4, Sigma Pi Sigma 2, MARILYN IO SMITH Auburn Music, Education Barbs 2, Independents 3, 4, band 2, orchestra 2, 3, Tau Beta Sigma 2, 3, YWCA'2, 3, 4, Kappa Chi 2, 3, 4 yt . .. x ml. w X ' ,N A g I J .,x- MEL SCHWENK MARIORIE Sl-IAFER Lincoln Political Science, Speech Phi Kappa Tau l, 2, 3, 4, Chapel Choir l, debate l, 2, 3, 4, Pi Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3 A' Fl 1 , lr I-T N-we t"e7tkff , ,STA . ' ERNEST SHIPPEN Canyonville, Ore. Philosophy and Religion, English Independents 2, 3, 4, stu- dent pastor 2, 3, 4, male chorus 2, Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4, "The Student Prince", "Der Rosenkavalieru CARL SPENCER Lynch History, Philosophy and Religion Barbs 1, 2, 3, Independents 4, Barhwire editor 2, YMCA 2, 3, Blue Key 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Roadshow 2, 3, Plainsman Players 1, 2, 3, Theta Alpha Phi 4, Kglpiipa Chi 2, 3, pres. 3, THE I S- LEYAN 3, bus. mgr. 3, intra- murals 1, 2, 3, Washington Oxford Natural Sciences, Nurs- ing i ' 1 as J HAL SMITH Auburn Chemistry, Biology Phi Kappa Tau l, 2, 3, 4, Student Senate 3, 4, Nu Med l, 2, 3, 4, Theta Nu 3, 4: YMCA l, 2. 3, 4: Nebras- ka Academy ol Sciences 3, 4, Interfraternity Council 3, male chorus l, 2, 3, chorus lt, 2, Chapel Choir l, COGs C AROLYN STOCK Murdock English, Education Barbs I, 2, 3, 4, intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Chapel Choir l, girls' glee club 1, YWCA 1, TA 2 3 Semester 4 l, . , 4 4- ,f 1 , ' A an tio- I ZA , V' ...Ir 4 . . - , " f W Y MT- I ft A 1 1 1 ' ., x ,FQ ne- ,, ' 1 . , .l . ' --'V' 42 .iv in W: l LOUISE STONE LEWIS BILL STORY BOYD THOMPSON Sullivan, Mo. Lincoln Lincoln Music, Psychology Physical Education, Physical Education, Iri- Education dustrial Arts Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4, Wesley Fellowship 2, 3, chorus 2, 3, Independents 1, 2, 3, 4, Independents 1, 2, 3, 4, band 2, 3, 4, Tau Beta Si? googball 1, 2, W Club 1, 2, gooabazll 2, 3, 4, W Club ma 3, 4, FTA 2, YWCA , Psi Chi 3, 4 .gms 4 gl l DEMETHIO UNG LEON Republic ot Panama Business Administration, Biology Barbs 4, IHC 4 RUBY VRANA Lincoln Music, Physical Educa- tion Barbs l, Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, Cardinal Key 4, pres, 4, WAA 4, vice pres. 4, Chapel Choir 4, intra- murals 2, 3, 4, COGs 4, Yel- lers ol the Brown 2, 3, sec. 3, YWCA 2, 3, Student Sen- ate 3, Women's House Council 2, 3, vice pres. 3, Governing Board 2, 3, pres. 3, girls' glee club 3, chorus l, , 3: Who's Who 1 GARY VAN BOEINING Wallace History, Education Barbs l, 2, 3, 4, YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4 CABOLYN WEATHERHOGG Lincoln Business Administration, Psychology Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, YWCA l, 2, 3, 4: Panhel- lenic Council 3 :eggs 'E-C -x 'Jr' 1 1 I W t rr. xxx BETTY THU RMAN Louisville Physical Education, Education Delta Zeta l, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, Yellers ot the Brown 3, intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 2, 3, 4, pres. 4 --pe. 3 T1--. 'if - 1, - ' " L J . x 1 ' ' t '34, ' V ' -f". f I MARILYN WICKENKAMP Dorchester Natural Sciences, Nurs- ing ,Q 798 A ' f Q fit , F' r, taxi ,fig r ,,, , tri, p f 4213, 'N-Qlllll?-fs:-iiiii 1' Ll MARGARET voGT Wabash Physical Education Barbs 1, 2, 3, 4, intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 4: YMCA 1, FTA 3, 4 SUSAN WILKINSON Blair Education, Psychology Phi Mu 2, 3, 4, Student Sen- ate 3, vice pres. 3, FTA 2, 3, 4, YWCA 3, 4, band 2, 3, chorus 4, intramurals 2, 3, Cardinal Key 4, Pi Gamma Mu 4, Phi Kappa Phi 4 Page 37 W, , l ,, L ..1,,,'.g- gl ww. .. uv- '.m,.L.-. .1 Y A 1 -L-S5 - 'T' , , 4 , , -.. -My - ,,-.Z ., '- L: I iuniors KENNETH ALLEN Lxncoln pu: 11, A -5 A..-m ,I EARL ALLISON Gering 1135 4' Will CARROLL ANDERSON Newman Grove Iunior class president IS Bxll Bowmcxsier of Lincoln. ADX gp- - il' ' l '8'C',', X r , ' 9 Im 1 i i vw JE.: la . W ix A A f . as E my IEAN BARBER Holclrege Q - - -' fw i ,L - gg., I Q . Y K is wif-rr" iw ' - l f' l IAMES ANDERSON SYLVIA AREGOOD CHARLES BAGBY Holdrege Rising City Sidney , 'lfA ' . ff ' - BARBARA BEARNTH York 4 -Y' , AE? IRENE BEEBE BLOOMGREN Maywood BILL BOWMASTER Lincoln !'5'n .Dram l l CECIL BLISS Lincoln MARY IO BRAYMEN Lincoln J' 3 RICHARD BEISHLINE Grand lslcxnd. ELLEN BROWN Cheney, Kcns. m Q- 'R- Lkzg I ' .E . V Qw- 55 'l PHIL BROWN BILL BUCK Three Rivers, Mich. Marysville, Kans. ' Q IAMES BYRD i" 2" ' ' l Washington, D.C. BOB BURHAM Lincoln GAYLE COLLINS BOB CUMMING St. Edward Lincoln i I l if 3 Q. 1 ' IACK BUCKINGHAM IEAN BURGER Rapid City, S,D. Omaha CAROLYN CAMERON Wahoo lOY CUNNINGHAM Doniphan Q x BOB DAPPEN Lincoln 'I ,vw MARY IO DUNBAR FARRAR Lincoln 4" i an 'Q 5 'L 1 3 J. l , Ag I , ,...,. ' I 2 l - f-5'-ff 4. . ,, - 1--w-' Y , 'Wav GEORGE EDGAR BEV ELLIS IOHN ELSWICK Lincoln Scottsbluff Seattle, Wash. IRENE EVANS New Brunswick, NJ. BETHEL FRANDSEN Sl. Paul wr RALPH FARRAR Red Cloud CHARLES FRIEDERICH ' 19 ag N I PAUL FOSTER Garland mmf ., . Seward . L. 2 f , vgij i- A ,: . f K . M V Lx A i N . I, nga m H 3 .:. G f lismwwi V V WW' R 2.x Q an of , 1 r of V Z., X Q 2 Y t ,WLQL W, ,.,, AUBREY FORREST Lincoln EUDORIS GIDEON Bertrand wgwss-' -- -H,-11: nm' an ww mmxza I n If In 2 uf I If Esiwxfigf minm E-Q z Hrs-wx In If I Is 53523 E U sa is 5 Iv M - W m L - 4 . 325 W w far 'FE if B B ss is n gaze w m w 'Sw 'Hs EDWIN GLASS TOM GODBEY Lmcoln Elmwood In U' s 1: .w na ss X kd 485125 ::. H W :sif I I JEL gag - V 0 I ,gs-If mff MADELYN I-IILG EN FELD M.,fE2.5 .E ,. HE aww a ss ms ss-E E. xxx 1 5. a Hex HE mn -ss -,wa B fa HW. 'NH W If H W wwf'-v'?v5MMm E MV fm I ,f U A, , GEORGIA HAMILTON H H M Il I I BONNIE GODTEL KUTRINKA GREEN Culbertson St Paul DRUCILLA HANSEN Lincoln BILL HILL Hebron Q M H E . K-ss in as E an -S H 'Q' 55 - ii Lxkxlaf' -:- .I K C : 'jj .., ,ji .,.: .... E W.: ' .... :5: ': SI-IERALEE HILL Polk ag 'N HELEN HIRSHFELD ROGER HUTCHINGS Benedict Allen .41 'Q 'V 1' NR' i .11-'twiki - ' 'x Tl 1. 6? X 3' , ' N RON JOEKEL Lewiston 'fs I VT Q , WTTSQ- ff? X Z' E O. R O .... Q : - - W . - -. --'- ,A :f . 2 . H M ""f1:5ff " f::2if. Q- R V x i 51: . A a L X . L, ,-if 1 K 5 , . Q all :I in L i . wk K ,4 ,r ., . is L uw Q5 I - ' ,I 'IEEE' -' I W I X , I -V 1 -.: W . gg? . - .115 V., w-H . "3 " - gi . ig ' Q . ' Hi . U Z ,, ...,a.:.g4!-' :H-Q I Lia Q - 'f -:-.-tw z 1 ,.:. -P 'ig 4.1 :.:E:.:,wg 5 RICHARD IACKMAN VERA JANKE Gram Lincoln ,L f vi, r W EL wl i N 'in - 3 mmgfziir Jfgxi ., DALE KING Omaha f4:F?!-f -P fi " A i , wg, 193, "" .e I -r ,ff-' -"T , IIJ,Yii,g8wgn- a Y. Q l :RA Y Ai is ,' ':' 395 , l 1 451511 G. , Q 61 1 1 1 in . I A CLARENCE KEi.so Lincoln 1 -:. gif" V :::.:.:::-:. . -if . 'YW -Ei -3 U, fi-. 5521 5 W 1 U l'-,-r ' . :z':j g d. -- 1 'ii Q H E - :E ' Y .3 zuz as as R - iii S' .. g .. f.: . B H E -. 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IANET MILLER Broken Bow BERNARD LEE Hong Kong. Chino -. i- Ama is 'H mmm is BILL MINCHOW IOHN MINERT PETE NELSON IACK NISPEL Waverly Lincoln Lincoln Ogallala Wk ! KAREN NORTON Columbus TOM PERKINS Omaha ?QvP' I. ggi.. wi IOI-IN OSBORNE Superior C VIRGINIA PETERS Yuian 5 1'-K IOHN PARK Aurora DORETTA PETERSON Fremont lv '-az" BALDWIN PAYN Lincoln xiii min www. sw xv. ,. .I . ...mm w , az . 1 I . f f A 1- A hi J li l Q5 gen ., Emil?-.Ir F Lr ,Q-4 1, I X nf DEAN POWELL ALLEN RAY LAVERN RICHARDS Hemingford Lisco Osceola gl. , - L ' Q1 5: , ,- . I r' Tl-I' U We I 1" I , l Q' l J RON HICKETTS Parks LADENE ROTHER Wclbach LES RIVERS Seward MARY IO SANDSTED Benkelmcm IOANNE ROOT Belden ELINOR SMITH Ulysses DOROTHY SHARP Stromsburg K NEIL STEIN Lincoln 'l 57 A' JI .if 3 , A '51 DON SWIGART Superior .... .-N :GN 417g .4 V1 " 'f-M2 ff' I P " J 'T' 7105 l'7'?r ' 'IA' ww ,, .,. 'A vv 1, 'Q I I ,- 11, fi y , Q 1, .X 'f , , 2 -.- f fry,-,rf-295i NEIL TANNER LEON TAYLOR CAROLE TIETIEN Plainview Pender Riverton IANE TRAUTMAN Big Springs MARILYN WAGNER Hcrtington xv- CHARLOTTE WAGNER Culbertson 1-rf" DEWEY VAN CLEAVE Lincoln BARBARA WALKER Elm Creek ..E.V Q .,.:.: xi! E ' if. ' jig? 5 xl Jw E. ,mf IOAN N VRANA Lincoln DONNA WILSON Albion .-ss,,i,.... KNEW 'K .mr ' .57 I .,,. Vai? ,A .Q -. Q '5:5 E PK: I-' H I.. : We L 1 , A - Q if f' ' w z f Page 48 .3 .-if If , , 'ff 1-wg 'r"" .2 31. W .X ,X V sophomores 'Ee 4 1 . 1- -, 1 5 , 1 " 3 u avr' BOB ABEL I :,:, Bridgeport b , gh ' ' 4: MARY ANN ANDERSON Madison CARLENE BARBER ROLLAND BARRON Fcirbury Cincinnati, Ohio iv uf ' 1 QD' X, . ,ff ,-1 i , HUBERTA BEAL Brule 4 I z 5- if ,- :sk V - Q . ' '52 :':' L?" -, i FRANCES BABBEL Omchc ROBERT BEHRENS Pierce Sophomore class president 15 Gene Broymen of Chittencmgo, New York. 6+ RONALD BACHMAN Longmont, Colo. DUANE BENNETT Stromsburg A .,,, M A A i - A A ,fe ' " ' " ' ' J V ,, K A N V :- Y, , M ,.,. K F -:T w 5 , ,sy V' ,L ' M Y :Ein 27' ' A A E 'T 5,2 Y ' -, ir ' 'M i I an .5 4' iv .L 1, ,I ,. 1 gy kb Az. I, -V - 1. V I - vu ,a 1 SUV, A if I ri i .5 I all A , i A. 1 .r 3 1- ,y Moz f. -Q J ,, . f.Q5t,ygzg' ' - I 0:5 0 QE, 'Y'-C' Vjffj. ' -X-31 N, . ' I le L gi. fee . fu im: . - ' ... K if ' 58132, A on if X 551 SHARON BERCK JULIA BIGELOW ARVIN BLAKENEY KEITH BORNEMEIER PAUL BOTTOM Osceola Rye, Colo. Ogallala Elmwood Phoenix, Ariz. Gr- H BKT' , N l if f'-1 y bl f for l x rf? A GENE BRAYMEN VELDA BROWN IACKIE BURKE Chilienongo, N. Y. Parks Douglas . KATHERINE CALVERT MARTY CAMPBELL Pierce Fremoni , - 'lffw i V X A 1.533-, r l? -:V .4 ' 3 -, mf f - " - - 1 1 ,T , 1-l1 If , W 1 ' zz' f -:::f' , A-ww J .':: 2 Y X 'f 3' 'Sgt ,' , ,fix L' . "" 'V X' lsr lor: CALDER 53,-QQ' Li J R, ERWIN CARLSON -1'..5f l,l Hardy Lincoln " J 1 in E -"f, 5 , ,.gs:55 ' 'Kg . LOYCE CARSTENS KAREN CHRISTOPHER CONNIE COLEMAN JUDY COOK Fairbury Schuyler Lincoln Elmwood CAROL CRAMER DEAN CREWDSON DEWAIN CREWDSON RAYMOND CYR RICHARD DAHARSH Chester Lincoln Lincoln Franklin Lincoln , -IH p -, . , hz, , L n i L . V .15 , I 1, :J 5 QL ' A f- in 45. 55 .1 1 - O 2 A ' T 4 ' i , , - C -ff - 'W il as ' - X K 5 I ii , M ,351 -1, -1 ' , 1 : xi 'fqlilk 1" A T A R' ' ' ll,i ' A ' A 11 ff ' f " i: . A ' ' f ' .J .3 I 1 0 A f 'E ':Agri-'E-F-e'f'5ff-eprbfce1' ' ' f -- I , V ., -,Q ng I .--.AJ -Ma u v- T 5 . 4 wwe! I I I I , .. , ' " I -I 5 PATRICIA DOTY CECELIA DUNCAN MARGARET DVORAK ROBERT DANIELS IANET DECKINGER Bellevue Siella Shelby Omaha Beatrice fe -, 'T Q. A I . ' NORVAL EBERSPACHER PHYLLIS EDGAR LOREN EIGENBERG Seward Norfolk Fairbury ' BERYL FEATHER DAN FISHER Wesiern 'Q J 'i Y Q 1 4 la 9,7 I Y Mx 'A im? M E if E L ev 0 1- York fmWy,5 ., ui I 46- 'be Eg: If 1 i I ' WARREN FOSTER MARLENE EVANS " Plainview Q A' A Tr' 4 E 1 vs. AQ n ,R 2 Overton ee mr: , I ' 'Z 1. ' 1' N lags, ..:.... : .-f' ' , r: g V ,, uzu- ,, 5 Q9 l ,A -I? Q- .V... 1, f zz- ,Q ' , A I I ity Y ff:. I I .:., .5 , .11 IUDY FRANDSEN VERNON FRIESEN BETTY IO FROHLICH York Lincoln Eagle IO ANN FUSSELL WAYNE GALLUP FRED GARDNER RUTH GARMAN CARMEN GATES Geneva Friend Weeping Water I-ib9l'1Y GOl'Cl0n V 7 ' ff xy!! I I ::- ., . l f I 'T' f ' l Q I , j I .9 . 1 Wial ,fw -I q I ,L ' ,, P veg f 4 .i'f lr Ti 2 EL we I-f ME, .- .' I I W .1 4' ,V ' , ,II ' V , , ,A ' inf In T. 9 9255 ., , . g?, +L! ,A '.- .rg 1 M 4 I ' I if p -- Ieffmzvi . I., I , I I f, P 50 i-lllge Q ' 21: if . if ,I n V aye Ai. Q , ,V JI-M , I ,J . 'I 3 1 W Q' ' . lx' CLARKE GELLERMANN Humboldi Q ir A ALICE GENTRY Gering n U. I A' 'I GEORGIA GIPFORD Kearney IACK GROSVENOR Logan, Iowa 4? 'F' Q7 ff vxi JI,--,Y AX JANET GREENWOOD Honolulu, Hawaii ' HELEN HAGGARD Lexington RICHARD HALLER ROLAND HANSEN Culbertson Lincoln ' for L 'DLI i 4 Q ,Y .xg T 5 fa I 4, Q ' f 1 .F A., I ,W Xl"l1-as I , I if 'E f ,al ' llvil ,, or , ,,. IANET GEORGE SHIRLEY GIBB Lexingion Cedar Rapids VERNE GIBSON Lincoln Vv., 3 N 'K -, F, 4 1 A A MILTON GOUVEA CAROL GREEN Honolulu, Hawaii Stromsburg RUTH GUTHRIE Exeter I 'X A . Ye- s an :-:' , , . A3 - VIQI E E' ' 5 if - ' 1 Y ' L 'awwiqv M- fi, . A A ., ' . fi . l1-: , A, 3'-x lr ' i ,. ,:., , , ', . I . DON HADDIX ' f ' ' ' Oshkosh IOHN HAGGSTROM MARILYN HAHN Wolbach Polk ROGER HARBERT PHYLLIS HARVEY MARIORIE HEATH York Wichita. Kansas Geneva Q l .s I i l "' xl ' , 2 1 , ,l . egg? V ' P099 ,j -f--:npr :' 1 L ' ,-.g..,f,,,4-,,,,4Q '.- Y ual' Y R - 9 SANDY HENDRICKSEN ERVIN HEITBRINK LEFTY HIXSON FRANK HLADIK GERALD HOLLAND Norfolk Hickman Brookings, S.D. Anthon, Iowcx Wisner Lama' , 55 f . 47' ,. . '.7'u A ,, ,.. li- METTA HOLLIMAN GLORIA HOLTZ MARILYN HORALEK Riverton, Iowa Lincoln Humboldt KEENE HUEFTLE IOAN HUFF U Eustis Gretna A x .-'M 'gs fr, 4 ' , J 5 wk W1 . L lf ffigz W f ' 'L"' " -- ..,f MARGAEZESEUBESKY 1 E " a as HM i 6 fl. I BETTY IENKINS DOUGLAS IOHNSON REX KELLOUGH Lincoln Duluth, Minn. Friend IAMES KLUSMAN LARRY KNEE BILL KOENIG DONNA LEE KOVARIK IEANENE KRAUSE Lincoln Lincoln Llncoln Lincoln , - , E--W , ' .,1 ,aryl ,.'l .1 I I HP-' sg' ' . ' , ffl.-:V ' Q gy. :fx v ,4 1:5 -LA V -. I, . ,' vi . 7. 9, ,V.4 5 it P .U ff V R W V . lllfllm' Page 52 V imr m ,, 1 'l' "4-'f515'lE'l1l1l? ill 6'-L' 1 TOS!-IIRO ISA Tokyo. Japan Omaha . wb, A 'Q' L tt 4 if V 5' E 76- Q 1 , A 3,4 -Aw f 4: , vi VV- 'v' + j X 1' , 45. L - l f HA WAYNE LANG lol-IN LAUER IEANETTE KRAUSE VALERIE KREMENESKY IEAN KYES Omaha St. Louis, Mo. Archer Craig Lincoln 14" wiv: 'v Vi' fu A ' if ' ' A , E 1 5 - K " 1 Ai Q IEAN LEACH PHIL LIGHTBODY DON LILES lOhl'1Sf0Wl'l Nebraska City Bridgeport LARRY LUHRS MAX LYBERGER Lincoln Arcadxa .. A 4 J l .VVV. . L - gg' :':L H q .gg , E 4 We H Vi , W N 1 1, I A E: I l ROBERT UNDER .fill EILENE: MATICKA Ceresco M E St. Paul ffl ?'x ' ff -A A IL: A ' 1 ' Y .. .,.. V Q .,. ' p S W oorr 1 lx , . NITA MATZ CAROL MAY SHIRLEY MCARDLE Sutton Lincoln Omaha MARILYN MCCLURG BILL MCDERMET GENE MCDONALD STANFORD MCDONALD DARRELL MCGOWEN Bassett Lincoln Murdock Scoltsbluff Mullen ' -N - Q A . f' ' "" QE 4' 'P' .F ja. 'f-gifi T33 V Y , , - A I- . vw' LQ' ' vI'l"'N W P Q if 2 A "" 4 lah- A .L 1' 1 A , . ff 'hr L if R . ls 15. ' '-- . , - nj ,, V, N' - i . I '1'. "'-. wr 1 's,?':'," 1 'N- , vw A A , K " Page 53 Nm 5 ,,,, 5 . Page 54 I in I " I , ' . I '- ll F, F f- JV' , LV I' 1 fi, WT ', ffl 'M " , .:., " ii , . ,,,,:. 9' Q 6 'gl 3 W- ..:?.E::,.- H ,A E, 1 , ,I A j, wr- I-I if I I is . ,1 X I I 'V-LK - ' I A . X' W V ' H K" A Y r , 1: I f I: !,' -lg I F lla: fy-If-Q X . ' I it I k'-M I . I I , A FOSTER MCGUIRE CARMA LEA MCPI-IERON WILLOTTE MEDOW BRUCE MERCHANT GORDON METZGER Knob Noster, Mo. Lincoln Lincoln Elgin Longmont, Colo, 9 :6553 1 'Q - 5 ' :-- pf? - L 7- Q - -as L: - :w i . .. mi V X f sn Q , Q EBI Z5 319 3 1 - 55 B 'gm V is Q 'NORENE MEYER DARYI. MICHAUD MARGARET MILES Lincoln Lincoln Douglas GERALD MOHNKERN IOI-ENE MUNDERLOH ' Davenport Pender .. - E : EEE ,..- ' 2 H :wr-'1:.. 1- H ' Agn nnn W 1 . if ffm mf -1-Q11 .gi N . ' ,. fa- I 25: 557 6 IH .Lg ga l " .. 1: ' . ,,,: . "" 1 , IQI R .f' W ' ff -7 ' ,. I L. ' ls 1322! Y if Ka nji' fig ' I H H235 QTQ L E? SJR. I .1 W tv.. me o Dicic MILLER In Hg 1 BEVERLY NELSON Evqnswn, Ill. -in A .. ---:-- .Lim f A W Sidney Q W is -. E :LA I -I " 5 I - :ij ,.1 Sam Llp, ,, is K ' in 4' L I WEWL, ELROY NELSON KAREEN NELSON MARLYS NELSON Oakland Lincoln RICHARD NEUMAYER VERNON NICODEMUS GARY OAKESON Grand Islcmcl David City St, Paul ,rg . . H .I Clay Center RICHARD OAKS HELEN PENTON Lincoln Lincoln ll ll . I I 3 I . W ,fl 1' ' ' ' ' I I I , . ii A I W 1 .1 I' I 4. ' lv" , I I il. I inf A : L ,diy ' lil Rfffiv E A , ,, - - W, ., ,,L.L-HJ 1 V ,ii N If 4 R'-1 l 4 ."' " 1, IERRY PERRIN CONNIE PETERS Lincoln Yutan X - , 1 I 1 IERRY PRICE Pierce ROBERT RASMUSEN Scottsbluff ' -gi, 455 . I gl .. I P, 15,41 1 I ' IERALDINE PHIESNER ffg Ogallala - :- .Sr ' x ,' ll J SHIRLEY REXROTH Humboldt ANN ROOT PHYLLIS RUDD BARBARA PETERSON 'J Q N ,- ,. .V Y 1 ' 'FI if 1 ALDINE PORTER IOI-IN POWELL Elm Creek Lincoln Bridgeport ., .., L-i n sm Y f f-- 3 fel., . . I ' I :vt I Y ,,.,,,fr- E r ' , 1 . I ,LQ -li e WILMA PRICE DAROLD PRIESNER Moorestown, N. I. Ogallala VIRGINIA RATH Grafton , ..,,,:5 fitmglzi I A Iii W W if Q? '- 7 ii nff 33 1' pg ' t lf E Y GARY RAYMOND A f"'sT w-- I Meadow Grove . , -1' 1 I fr - ' tggselfg I- 'El' 'xgf,fL" ' . Syst lf,-I . ' L I Q' GORDON ROBINETT IOHN ROGERS Ogallala Newcastle, Wyo. CLYDE SACHTLEBEN SANDRA SACK LARRY. SANDALL Omaha North Platte Y Seyffga P Lmcoln W :ri LIHCOIIIY V 1 N ,- M I X I f .f . 7:44437 l V, J , -9- ff! ' 7 7 Qx , 'f"3 ,j'5N V, NU- 'T ' , F Fi f- 11 A W GW , I I , ' . ' ' ' , 1., -an -.rx iv. J , , ' .. ...E ', in W. . F A I V M . -KY 'I A" -Eff' , , l -Sl' W A' - I - . ' I u ' r'-. '-'4'mZ" '71 ' . .. ', 1 WL" -,:5:,-, .I -,-'ff-:F'zES',:, I ' -lflzx V, , l ,X 1 J r Ej1'1,ii:ZLiE5 Page gfx.. .. r' l:,'.lrl fx 1 V' J M, .'-1fZ5nCfi:f:"'ff5r DONALD SHANKS MARGIE ADALINE SCHMITT SCHLICHTEMIER SCHLICHTEMIER Doykin LOU SCHWEPPE VIVIAN SCHWIER MARGARET Scottsbluff Scottsbluff or gi T2 '-:ig 'A x :gf Q 1-. are '-:' 2 1 ' 1 'y -1' 5' g? sf:-. QEQQQ' - .I ,.,, f5'y1j'qi f f , Tecumseh Lincoln HAROLD SHANKS , ,Mg Bridgeport A ESQ!-:J f 9 'Q' :kia IERRY SCHREPF NORMAN SCHWENK Lincoln Lincoln F I W 'sf El .' . MARK SEAMARK Lincoln KENT SHERMAN Loup City ' :AZV .,. -vi! V 1 - wr , f- ELLIS Sl-IUTTS Lincoln T ' if f . if F S sr 'VU' -6' Q V . ,., L ffm. 4 ,Q 'M W K Y . A SQ ab A - LOIS SMIT IOYCE SPENCER STAN SPOHR Beatrice Lynch Pawnee Cily RONALD STEINKE ARDIS STERNER DOROTHY STROY RON SUITER GLENDA SWANSON Eagle Memo North Plcnte Hallam Tl'lUTSl01'l -, - .X -,, .. T no if A . . Q V' V' Y u ' ' ' A Y 1 1 T A in f 1 H4 LP! I , ' ,- l , I .U Y ,i f V . 3 ,e :L ' ' ' l r , . , I E -1.1 ' fi x- : ,. " ' .. a I A .I I 1 . . O Rf ' kggwi TQ7-'iv L- ROBERT THOMAS HUGH THOMPSON DONALD THOMSEN GARY THOMSON HOWARD THRAPP Clay Center Yuma, Colo. Miami. Fla. Palmyra Lincoln I A A mf , Q C. in fm .. H" -5, ,...,, .,,l L ,W if ,iix-ri'-TC it K A MARILYNN TODD MARCIA TOOMBS JANET TURNER Greenwood Omaha Ashland VIRGINIA WAGNER CLIFFORD WALKER Hartmgton Seward IDONA VODEHNAL ln.. , 5. W '1-2ff?3a.f , 4.5 hx J., , n CAROLYN WATSON North Loup Inman l l ' ' '61 ' 'Af' I ' IQ ii I FI eb- fi' 1 y oy , 'll A ' 'Alf ', ' I . 5 V,,,. Ni .' ' ' uuu. , A 5 I All Q- I I TTMO I Z I T I LAVONNE WESTON LLOYD WHITE KAY WHITNEY Gibbon Omaha Salem MA51X1LEiIfgy,12gETH IACK WILTFANG ANDREW WUSTER BERDINE YOUNG Sl-IERYL YUTESLER Ve,-don Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Chapman m, ' 'N I As Q I-A .av , Aa 5 I ' "' 9 'f I .99 A , '- .3 j 53 'I' I Page 57 ,, .,:, .' '- 3 pnlimiiawvvf - V -- .. . It Page 58 95 -'VN Q7 j.. A- 'I E X it freshmen ' JJ iv 1 3 . , T" -I . lr V lg- ' A if T ,, JAMES ADELSON MARILYN ALEXANDER CAROLE ALLELY Polk Plainview Tekamah ROGER ANDERSON ALICE ANDREWS RAYMOND APFEL Lincoln Columbus Wood River ff gr I A Q 'sql A .1 'xr ,, 'EH ' f , A Lf .::2: -j- ,rigwq .M M I GILBERT AYALA Bridgeport Freshman president, Martin Park of Aurora, enjoys cr coke in the student union after classes. GERALD BACON Hastings 6 O .1 A A T 'F oh 1 . Q, H . ' N l .A IANET BALDWIN Stanton , Q I I AMES BALLER I N ehawka Ig, ll" IACK BALLARD . Lincoln ' UNA 'f " l , f . l I If '1 ,,. N , I - 1. .., A, V A 1 'R - w I, , 'FRI 1 ' ' I il ' lil' R4-'x ' IUDITH BANGS IEANNINE BARNARD RICHARD BARRETT Vina, Calif. Beatrice Salix, Iowa IAMES BAUER MERTON BEENEY Beatrice Bridgeport Q. 7 L , , ' , 'l I ' ws, XT, .1 L H J' X ' f " K CECIL BASSETT Balon Rouge, La. ALYCE BENNETT Verdon , - - - . I , A, 'ix' . ' 'W ' 2' Qi -' 'J hi "-:- .". :': ' H . , N A .:.: yr, 'J X 'fi ' Q I V I -IE E. . r -ff . ,f.,W' fi . .4 K. if 'f' ROBERT BENTON IO ANN BERTELSON BARBARA BINNING LUELLA BLAIR Lincoln Missouri Valley, Iowa Lincoln Lincoln ' M! I Q -. .Q DOROTHY BRAKHAGE 'A I A . ' A- if I N , . I N I If Elmwood -'- ' 3' , M ' , f ve. . ,. 4 All A T- Y. f 'GT' 7 l I' T31 v fg, -1 5, PHIL BLISS MARY BOHLING VERLIN BOLDRY Tekamah Hastings Aurora I 5, Z' ' . A rc. r KENT BOND , Sidney NORA MAE BRASHEAR Scottsbluff DARRELL BRENNAN DELMAR BRENNAN Lincoln Lincoln Gordon HILDRED BRESSLER i csv i , is Q -- I, --L - Page ,U-Ze ,. , -,.g9! JOAN BROOKER JAMES BROWN IEANNE BROWN Bellevue Lincoln Mitchell BRAD CAMPBELL GARY CAMPBELL DONALD CARTER Windsor Murray Atchison, Kan. ' ff x ' A Y in A P ' ' " ' - Jllri V 1' t' "an f . , , I lgffgfei A . :-: ':" ,gait NANCY CARTER Ogallala NADINE CLARK Grand Island moms comix' Phillips as Egfr.- x x,'1-v , PATRICIA CHAFFIN Sargent l,, wt f - it -. J, f" q f O. 44 ll A fs , 4 WARREN CLARY Lewellen LARRY COLE Lincoln DON COCHRAN Atchison, Kan. SHARON COOK Elmwood BEVERLY BUSH Osceola J G- i n 2' ,X W SHERRY BUSCH Utica Nun ' qv . 1 il i' 'SY I .1 g l ROBERT CHAMBERLIN TED CHIKOS Gordon ' Bridgeport VIVIAN COOLEY Lincoln ' S- If ff ' MK: and BETTY COOPER Palmyra G A. 'is' .s, 4. BARBARA COX Ainsworth fc-Q. L-, V! I '4A- lf . 5 rl' EDWIN COX Cedar Rapids in- N iv 1: g,l I " 524- 1, .X 1 AC" i ,,,il, ,J lf f , A CHARLES DENNIS OWEN DOESCI-IOT Bellevue Firth RODGER FELIX Geneva -F G- Wx? Y 5' N IMOGENE EVERS Dunbar 2 t 47 l TOM CREWS Culbertson PAUL DAVIDSON Lincoln v x , i I 1. iii' r at , ,e l... . tulitzzfgfi HOWARD CYR Franklin STAN DELAHOYDE Scottsbluff - .5 . L 'E . 65 EW? . 101- ' ,Qe ' I I ,H 31 '?X1t5"di'.4 IEAN DAINTON Milford LARRY DELANEY Lincoln ,. 4 ,.'LgC',f fwmslfvxi .. ..,,.. H -it ' at 'E F-' nj' ' Nl . A 7 . K 1 Q..-J wr Q , ,- - '- .. Il: A in In ' SV ROGER ,DRAKE CLARENCE DREIER IUDY DREXEL York Grand Island Omaha V,..AA .. .. ,W L D. l I It 1oAN DU'I'I'ON Lincoln WALTER FETTERLEY Lincoln I I f L . was ,I :JM HELEN EBERS PHYLLIS EITNER Seward 1-iI'lCO1D DON FITCH VAN FLETCHER Plainview Nebraska City 2 Y M? Page I . - -- winnzg-gig' 'gripifdu ng 1 in ::Nf,s1ug:gj-fini ff-:rf?5??! ngfiinrg .gl ' f Wj 1- ' W , . X ' . '. Z Q. 'IL-N if-V' . ,, A . . ,s g B- g ,.. , f ' ' ' ' in in ' inc' - K I L Qin I , - I, l y 1' l I 1 A M -,fffxf l .. .45-'ng I ' l ' ' ri 'Cmpiwku "'-'Q5'-Yi' 'I in lv. MARIAL FLYNN Worland, Wyo. IANICE GAIBLER Eustis IOELLEN FRANDSEN DALE FREDSTROM St. Paul NORMA GARDNER Lincoln K Lincoln RICHARD GLAZE Plattsmouth Fw .., m at BARBARA GAEDE Lincoln PX H"C"" AGNES FRY Central City ali . in .. l iv .49 f.- Q A, 11 I 3 E, J wav .fl N lf ,Q 465,' 1 ' , Y . .if Q. I i Q -4 :V 1 V 4 .A M v 3' ll- 1 .l R l Z? , , if fffji 1. J' 1 QE ' N "'I ui - "L ffl on .Q CP-ROL GOEKE SHIRLEY GOWDY IERRY GRABHER ALLEN amass nocsn GROTHE Ddlwid. Ill. Omdhu Hemingiord Lincoln Tekcxmcxh P jx , .,.. ' X ff f RITA HALTERMAN I Bellevue GLORIELA GUILLEN NELVA GUILLEN MARILYN GUNN Rep. of Panama Rep. ol Panama Lincoln IOHN GUSTAFSON CHARLES HAASE IANICE HAGOOD ' Lyons Bradshaw Broken Bow , -5 -gf-gf ,jx L N H i ILEEN HANSEN . X Oakland X "-...--'55-. -age 62 ' 1 .I !- . I U 1. li 'l JANET HANSHEW Lincoln ln. lan- x .. J welll' I K 1222- lijt ..2..fil ' Q1 .::::::z v. 3 - s l' j I DONALD HARDINGER Davenport SHIRLEY HILTON Cambridge .fe I 3 Ib. SUE I-IINKLE KATHRYN HINRICHS Omaha DAVID ISLEY Geneva vw. I I 1 li A R Y fn ' A , f HARVEY HUTTON Nebraska City Nebraska City l If . ek-. 1- HJ I .. sau , X va V I y L n IANET HARE Lincoln HARLAN HEALD Lincoln ANN HORNER Exeter CLIFFORD IACOBS Minden ., 5' GARY I-IAYDEN NORMA I-IAYSE Superior Wood River LARRY HEISS SONDRA HILL Page Polk f A ""' f i n' . 'L All s " -f Z N iv .Q :.. ages ' ., Mig, V . 'I' K new sggg, W N I ' s It R sw 12.-5 A ELAINE I-IOI-IENSEE DARRELL HORNBY Daykin Walton 5 'G' L .,.. ,, , 1 air M KAREN HOWELL Henry BETTY IENNINGS Lincoln 'S ,. .. . I . . SHIRLEY HUTCHINS Grand Island CAROLE IENSON Harrisburg 'x Ev I K 4 ,tl ' Page63 9 .1 5 1 : U . , ,J Page - ' 1F'!14fq'q"- f U 4 'I "" " 'E Isl 4, E' , I . if . -U Q L Sf' I .M .i,,f l ,'Vi-17.1 A' . I- I A DELMAR IOHNSON IACKIE IOHNSON Angora Ashland IVAN KATS EDWARD KAUK Firth Alma k l ...Mv,.. l , PT 'ii J xp I ' 1 - -V Q , , :EF : il 'N V 1 1 h in ' A JH- fa l , by A . , -' , Y "ig " I Q A A! X f 51 Elm A ' ' RICHARD KELLER IANICE KELLOUGI-I Harvard Friend LOWELL IOHNSON Pawnee City WAUNETA KEIM Walton Ill' T 11.5 ' , I - I 51. 4.-T V ,As Q26 , ,-1 ' S: W "ig Q - V eg! w - 7 . 4 ' 2 xf l , I ' nil l PAUL KILBORN GLENNYS KIELDGAARD IOYCE KOUSGAARD Omaha Big Springs Bellevue DENNIS KRAUSE BETTY KRAYE NANCY KRAYE Adams Mullen Mullen X 1 I ll .fc 1 I- 2 . . I g - -- 64 - I pi A 'wr - fl J.-Hiker --.r.,. tm- .w:K'1"n-1 ., BERWYN IONES Lincoln fv- L. n BARBARA IONES Bealrice N I 1 1 I I N 'F' ' 'Y'-'T -i"'Eg'- I", ,IH I- , vnu I .IEASQTI 'l l I gr l A 'l , ,J 15' A wi if -' .4 I ll I W A V I 'fl lr 1 I 7' COLLEEN KENDRICK IOELLEN KENNEDY BENNIE KERMMOADE Nebraska City Page Lincoln IANE LARGE Lincoln . -N., f ' xv, ., I p A' ' r V 4,3 H1 V' DONALD LAWSON David City - 'YW-1 lv 7 , .1 . 'L iv?-I . 'ff 7 Y . , s ' "f55i'Zr5" IULIA LEDGWAY Lincoln x 15'-'ly ' I .If DWAYNE LEWIS Lincoln l5.1"qf N Q, I X , Q IJ- . IX X' I fi l 1 3 , J n is , , I 5 PAT MANIFOLD Ainsworth Phillips COLEEN McELWAlN Fremont CAROL MCCOY Tecumseh xx DEANNA MARGRITZ NORMAN MARSH Archer Q 1 r f 'ir' tai: , ?' , ' 13: , 'JI I , 5 ' ' ix I' J sf 1 My , Q W -. .r we-P NK X i IOHN LINCOLN LORETTA LOOS I-IAZEL LUGINBILL Beatrice Lincoln Humboldt JOYCE LUGINBILL SHIRLEY LUSK ANNETTE MAGORIAN Lincoln York Lincoln Y? i A 1 . f. N., -:.:- , i 5 I :gk M lvl I -4 E M,,:li:. " ' fp ,ei I I 'l ist I A . I . t 'EX 'Y-, .as 1 MARY BETH MATSON CLARENCE MAY North Platte Herington . .X in ' ' Q-, Q' 551 4 -T 4 L ' V 3 f I K, . V V X 'I . '- I f , , ., QS I , I 1. GERALD MAYS SANDRA MCCAIG GLORIA MCCORD Denver, Colo. Lincoln Oshkosh MARIORIE MEINEN GEORGE MEREDITH LOIS MEYER Hebron Harrison Sidney 'iam - .- i Page 65 Page 66 ,.. 'S EQ? Y' I fr 7 I IN l w 5 IERRY MILLER LEON MILLER IIM MILLER Ulica Lincoln Utica KENNETH MOORE MARIORIE MOORE IANET MORRISON Lincoln Roca Scottsbluff I Q, I., L ' "Q f I ' I 5 l Q nf ll .-If-QI' wif? ll. ROLAND MORROW MICHAEL MORTON Central City Bassett - Az cl" I ' Ish ' ' If I I I j a' liz"'1Q4i5i, ' I' v,'- MET. , Il. . , f 1 fini GERALD OAKESON CHERIE OLSON CARL ORNDORFF St, Paul Bartletl Nehawka DON OVERTON ELIZABETH PAINE MARTIN PARK Alliance Grand Island lx I A -I 1, 1 ., ' -- f Q an , j 1 E I 1 ' 'E A V ' Aurora 7 "l. 1 .N F-' I -I ff I 4 iw i Aj V ,. ' ' S E' 1 I I ll I HUGH MOLLER Grant 2 ,I - I 1' X K I 1 BILL MITCHELL Allen r..'A L. ' ,t- ,,f I. D. MUNN Moline, Ill. IEROME NICKELL Lincoln NORMA PATZLOFF Ceresco . J ll, All lf! I lla IAMES PEARSON Neligh DOROTHY NORLIN Springview ,U-'f 1 MARILYN PEDERSEN Hardy . x I," A ' fats" if I ' L, . ' l 57' -- ,ig X ' ,I . ' I II A I DELORIS PETERS Seward l if tr LES PIPER York ' I . A.-K YE? I . 4 fm I l' - 4 ar? IACK PLUMMER TOM PLUMMER Bridgeport RICHARD RANDALL Osceola 'Sl 'l I. f x VALERIE RAMONES Honolulu, Hawaii Ogallala 47,655 , ii , g SW ' :J 1 'F N 'mi A 'z ' 'f L i , T 1 Q, I. ' .I - 1 DORIS PETERS ERV PFEIFER Seward Lincoln DON PHILLIPS CAROL PIKE Blair Union P , .gf ,. R I WI- s lj. I el if ' "W .. 2 'vw I mga?" 1 -4.z::y,' , , , u I ' R' ,i I 4 , DWAINE PRICE Hemingford KATHY REED Lincoln r ' 7 ,.- if ' I H , ---'V .r1z,:6" ' ' A i -any ve-N Ufib I L S f BILL PHILLIPS Nebraska Cny PAT PILGER Neligh ng I 1 .Q W 4,-. . V . IQ Y ' 1. :lg-. vr 1 'W r is f- .f' ,ri - - - . I : LARRY POLLARD DONELLE POTADLE Moline, Ill. SONDRA PURDY Herman . 5 W --A 'Q f I V' '. ,- , E, .. ll r 3, 'X T7 Y f c, ,Q I ' A., A 5, 1 1 1 ,D IANE QUIMBY Grand Island Lincoln IOAN RECH ROBERT REICHERT Osceola Geneva , is ll , ' I I ' J' ' fr I N 7 -' 5 's . 1. '. :,. I I '. gjfIfi,lfPage sr ' K3 !i3'iffL5, P' 'iv - .' 1, 1, I ' E we f, H -- N, IUDITH REIDEI. Elmhurst, Ill. DORIS ROBERTS Beulrice I 9-, .: - . H, u I '1 ' . I Sv 'Q' ELAINE ROI-IWER Papillion i 4 1- - .,-.,. IU I I ag , If 'I -- if I l 5 I .UM I f l L1 I f l , ll I DUANE REXROTH DON REZEK Humboldt Wahoo IULIE ROBSON LYNETTE ROGERS Lincoln Waco M ELEAN ORE ROLFSMEYER Milford as 'E' X' . TED RUSS CAROLE SACHS GLADYS SACK Hallsboro, N. C. Elkhorn Dorchester ANITA SAMUELS BILL SANDSTED LOUISE SAVIDGE Polk Benkelman Callaway ll 1 xr 'S if Page 68 f 1 IANET ROSS Central City DANIEL ROBERTS Wahoo Q IANE RIDDLE Lincoln DONNA ROUDEBUSH BILL RUNTY Oshkosh De Wil! GAYE SCHMIDT Blair ls. xz -- 1 I IAMES SCHMIDT Lincoln i MAURICE SCHOCK .1- Lincoln A ', v ,N R A -- in . Q.. - I, I vs. fs 1 X . ' 3:1 .V X ROGER si-:MIN Utica 1 '1 .iw 9.51" x RUTH SIGLER Osceola ELEANOR SNELL Tipp City, Ohio IESSE STEIN Lincoln E f I ,X Siromsburg LADONNA STEEL ' S- if X .g. 'Cf ' , DARREL SENG Lincoln CAROLE SHOOSHAN Onset, Mass. . uf"" .af RD EEE? :A- l QTL E, J 53: Q l Ally A ' li X X . .Z , I DON Sl-IALON Wahoo RAYMOND SHOWALTER Lincoln I , fx i. XJ. Qvii lf 1 QW? SANDRA SHEARER Hebron TOM SIEG Lexington r-.5 :ui R l Ju- 'E7' iw as if F. 2 f' R 'F ' ' 4 , u 1 ' Aw , X . N. f , WAYNE SORENSEN MARGARET DORAN Harlinglon SPEARMAN STAHLNECKER Lincoln Lincoln 4 ' -IT:-,,.,.ff T' x - N . fi- u I 27" fini' 23: X' x If CHLOE STAIRS BOB STARR MARILYN STAUBER Madison Lincoln Stromsburg SHARLEE STEPHENS SHIRLEY STEVENS MARTHA STILWELL Lincoln Polk Unodillu 5 .M-' x ,EW ' L L'-, V' .L A A so , . ,Fl J , p 2 Page Page ' N -' I 4 L A 'g . ,- I 'T-T LF" .I ""' D A me I , k L 4, .. N 'J . Q, ki r- ff + -r ,J 2' V A JAMES TANGEMAN I - ' - V' ' .. Chambers .H h -- X 'Iv M-5435, 1 J if IV- ' 'X .- '. ' ' " fl l ll ' ,4 ,,lw. .' iiQ? L ' THELMA STITH SHIRLEY STONE BEVERLY STROM A " 1- Lincoln Ogallala Lincoln fl 1' A 5 1 3 'N 2 ' I 2, ,J HAL TECKER LYLE TEEL LARRY TEICOLSTE Parks Parks Hickman .' r Y 1 ,,, - ARTHUR SUTTIN I X , 'Em' 1 Lincoln 3 r I 4 V rp, f. 1 R 3 A s, 1:32 :A , to r ' ' li fl X " J i f A El is 1 I x f iii. . lg ff I -.3 5 G- ll A Y , , A f " rr of AP? 1 . R31 1 A-fv':f?' ' " ' I H ' "Alf I ' I ' V PS: I li, " . li E.1'm.g7,-41. V ' BURNETT TERMAN MERRY TEXLEY BILL THIERSTEIN IUNIOR THOMAS CAROL THOMPSON Potier Carroll Lincoln Lincoln Broken Bow , Tgsu lx 50 FF. 531' ff 5' LEVETA ,, I , I UNDERWOOD u,-'f!sfX ,Li 'N - Lincoln r 'Fi , .. tv N X an ' . 1: PAT TODD NANCY TOMPKINS IOYCE TORNKVIST ', -A Plattsmouth Omaha Missouri Valley, Ia . . lg 5,3 PHILIP TOWLE NORMAN MARY TRAIL York TOWNSEND Nebraska City -QL I Syracuse I ,N ru: I 6' 'W 42 X vlcron VASOUEZ -' " 2 159' ' I ,K . "' nr gggw- 133. .- g 7 W' Norlhpori - i I I 'N I - I L gs., v 'Jax 2 lakvfbi 'T . .. J l I LOIS VLACH Lincoln 1 'H' , -1.- Ex , x ' 'thaw I X 1 wr X - If I c. -or I v. I I IANET VOORHEES Omaha , V li xv 'G' 'aj - I '." " . sf - - iw I X V at-7 M, I I . I X A , , I E 'f 1' f CARLYLE WEISS IANICE WESTON PAULINE WILES Benkelman Gibbon Weeping WCW' IANET WOODCOCK Lincoln xii? 71, '-J., ,ff SHARON WOOD Bennet + ,,. , mx X . ,.....: Y . I . GILBERT WALTERS Frannie, Wyo. ELIZABETH WEBSTER Lincoln 1 ' .fp-I Ffh. in 'I , 'rn Jag, :Eg , 5 '7 ' 4,1 BARBARA WARE Lyman DELORES WEGNER Wisner Un I f-5 IEANNE WILLIAMS Omaha up ,f -. Aw ,H ' J E 2. 'S v F , J?" aw- x,.f'- :IJ f' I .- PAT WARNER Albion CARL WEINHOLD Utica A Mx. ' 131 ' ik ., - 'r I EILEEN WILLIS Nebraska City ,: ' ' ' ' ' u .4 , 5 V- fav iqvoisrzwox I . J : LEROY DONALD WINER WILM.A WOLFE WILLOUGHBY Odell Lmcoln Potter HARRY YOST MARVIN Yosr LINDA YOUNG Lincoln Harvard Kearney . ,.:.' .5 - 511- I n 'fi an sa . ,- ' -if'E'V, , -i Ml' Q, A 5. :im K , if I f I I + I -1 I I e V i:I!::2f':- .' .., Page 71 6- ' 3 Q -4" -Qos- fos af f 'vs N!-A ,lrv .Tv-if "aff, .J ' -- CLIFF BECKER GENE BEYE BARBARA DORSEY HAZEL GROSSMAN BEVERLY I-IOON SHIRLEY IONES NANCY KIRK Chappell Lamed, Kans. Lincoln Lincoln Kansas City, Kans. Lincoln Hallam special students HELEN METCALF LOIS MONTGOMERY CAROL SKOGMAN RUTH VAUGHAN Lincoln Bushnell Lincoln Lincoln by BERNARD LOGAN Rushville Senior HERBERT RIHN Gurley Senior BOB ADAMS Seattle, Wash, Sophomore IOHN BARTLESON Chester Freshman MARVIN BOBB Lincoln Sophomore ED CARSTENS Grand Island Freshman MILDRED CLEMONS Lincoln Special MARGARET DEEMS Lincoln Special Page 72 EARL VESKERNA IACK WOOD Mead Lincoln -. ll 1 4 I students not pictured RICHARD DEEMS Lincoln Special CHARLES EGE Millis, Mass. Freshman DEE EHRLICH Lincoln Freshman HOWARD FAGER Lincoln Freshman GARY FARLEY Sioux City, Iowa Freshman DONALD FAUTH Lincoln Freshman DUANE HUBBARD Hebron Freshman ROBERT ION ES McCook Sophomore ED KOUDELE Tekamah Freshman CHARLES LEFFLER Sacramento. Calif. Iunior ROBERT LINDERHOLM York Iunior FRANK MARTIN ,I ,Lincoln 'f'5Sophomo re DON MAXWELL Huskerville Special DORIS MAY Lincoln Sophomore PAUL MICHAUD Lincoln Freshman ALTA MITCHELL Lincoln Special CHARLES MITCHELL Lincoln Special ROBERT MOFFITT Lincoln Freshman IOHN MYERS Lincoln Freshman ROBERT OLDEROG Lincoln Freshman CHARLES OLSON Raymond Freshman GERALD SCHULTZ Fremont Freshman ALFRED SMITH Gretna Freshman BILL THOMPSON Lincoln Sophomore N ILES TOWLE Lincoln Iunior ELDEN VERGITH Lincoln Freshman RICHARD WATTS Osceola Freshman LANE WESTMORLAND Lincoln Iunior KENNETH WILLOUGHBY Potter Freshman JOHN WOOD Seward Sophomore SOUNG MOK YANG Korea Sophomore ROGER ZEHR Chappell Freshman LARRY ZOOK Lincoln Freshman .- . IERRY ANDERSON Ge .1 I :-A 'F .1 -5, . p. v I A, WILLIAM l-IAMMELMANN Lincoln Freshman 'N- 'H -in an 41 Grand Island Iunior I 1 H1 , I :I . . -, J! X ii' IN , '- 0 -wmlrlgi lfivffl rm f3:z':ii,.. ' .- ' ' Ak F: 'iff' V, . ' .qi :Q 1" WARREN BAKER GARY CLIFFORD BETTY DRBAL ERVAN EHRLICH Grand Island Lincoln Lincoln Cortland Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman N f J , f r . ARTHUR BAILEY Palisade Ima' NANCY FALLICH McCook secon wnrffjf ' 7 i11"2'e"o' ' + . ' X ,vlgwxfz III I 1' I ' I n I Q6 'F ,1 Ewg ri 41: D X 1 If 4 . ----' ' X E v.5'l If-11' A " 35 ' If :V " "7' ' f FLORENCE HANSEN NORMAN IRONS ARLINE IOHNSON LLOYD KITRELL Lincoln Elmwood Lincoln Ashland Special Iunior Special Freshman REX TOUZALIN Senior Lincoln IERE MITCHELL Humanities Lmcoln liS'6bi Elf: IEiie5e5'3en'S 4' S h ,g rt u ,, r S. op omore 35 Plainsman Players 15,541 RUSSELL LANG Craig Special 'flaeta Alpha Phi 3,45 YMCA RAYMOND IALIL PAHLAVAN RICHARD PRATHER LESLEY UPHAM NICHOLSON Mollaoli Tehran, Iran Lewistown, Mont. Bismark, N. D. FLIHSOIH Special Freshman Iunior res man g V , -. Wy, fx I I 1- L. A f I ' . iw f' ' 95-so-' u so-y - 2Page 73 Marilyn Wagner, Carl Spencer, Bob Iewett, Earl fit 4 . , J , .gj,H,Gtj .,. -. -. Q2 -F-11iS0f1, Gnd -A-Ub1'eY FOTIGSA if-ilk With DP- Cullen The five discuss veterans affairs with Phil Weaver, Nebraska to make final arrangements for project and course Cgngresgmqnn work in preparation for Washington Semester, i . ' " v ,P 1 A ing. The group is standing on the steps on the southwest corner of the Old House office build- ing. The Capitol is seen in the background, the New House office building on the left. washington semester Five Wesleyan students, Marilyn Wagner, Earl Allison, Aubrey Forrest, Bob Iewett, and Carl Spencer spent the first semester in Wash- ington, D. C. Under the auspices of the Amer- ican University they studied the activities of our national government at first hand. This study of "government in action," plus nine or Page 74. more hours of regular class work in the School of Social Sciences, together with a deliberate attempt to make use of the other unique in- tellectual and cultural opportunities in the cap- ital city is the substance of Washington Se- mester. if t,,' Congressman "Bob" Harrison points out an item in a bill he is support PATRICIA ADAMS Shenandoah, Iowa MARY BARNES Albion - S- ' J. -' -" ' A- x ROMA BIORKLUND HANNAH BRAUN I1 U TSGS DONNA HANKINS NINA HOGLE KATHRYN KEEFE Stanton :fl-an 'ss F7-rg-,, Creie CAROLYN ROHR Friend L 6' I I s Y, In ' A . DORIS PIPER Brock IG York Minden Henderson CONSTANCE CREWS Lincoln I . L il ',.f..f Y MONA KOCH Lincoln EVELYN NIETENSTEIN Pleasant Dale . - .iw ,,:-If L-, ll' 117' , ,. ., NJ ' I . A I MARCENE BURGER De Witt MARILYN SOMMER IANE WILLIAMS MARY WOOD Maxwell Port Corners, N.Y. De Witt Page 75 . '. 3 va ,-A 5 1 , 1 - I ' ' A'.136,. .' Y 5 , " ' H ,F 75:3 I : Y Aff. A I -4 -Q J A VE? 2 'Ns Row l-Brad Cate, I, Dr. Dahl, Bill Brown, TC, Elaine Krondak, AGD, Gary Lemmon, PKT, Leon Taylor, TC How Z-Ianet George, AGD, Donna Wilson, I, Dorcas Marshall, B, Glenda Swanson, I, Margaret Dvorak, B, Dotty Stroy, PM, Helen Penton, DZ, Alice Gentry, DZ, Beryl Feather, W, Sylvia Aregood, l, Karen Norton, I Row 3--Willotte Medow, C, Clitt Kahl, PKT, Dale King, Ip Chuck Bdgby, TC, Gordon Robinett, B, Hal Smith, PKT, Neil Tanner, I, Lou Schweppe, B, Rex Bevins, l, Iohn Haggstrom, I Not pictured-Bob Ieambey, I Page 76 student senate Bill Brown ....... .............. P res. Gary Lemmon ...... ....... V ice-Pres. Elaine Krondak ...... ............ S ec. Student Senate is the sounding-board tor student opinion on campus matters. Senators are elected from the eight social organizations and from the group of independent students. The freshmen first realize there is a senate when Traditions Day arrives in early tall, lor it is the senate which has them Wear odd clothes all that day and do silly things at a convocation. At homecoming the group is in charge of the homecoming queen's attendants from Wesleyan and the visiting college. At Christmas the senate sponsors the Noel Observance. Leon Taylor ...... ............ T reas. Hal Smith ..... ..... S ocial Chr. Dr. Dahl ..... ...... A dvisor An all-college formal dance-the Coro- nation Ball, at which the beauty queen is re- vealed and crowned-is sponsored by the sen- ate in the spring. The group also directs the high school days program on which days stu- dents from high schools are Wesleyan's guests. The year-long project of the Student Senate is to maintain the student union and snack bar. It also sponsors dances after games, ex- change talent programs With other colleges in Nebraska, and free movies. Gne of the lealures ol an ex- change program was the madrigal group from Luther College al Wahoo. , Our senaie enlerlains Peru's sen- cile ol a dinner belore the Wes leyan-Peru basketball game. ,ff -rf " -- .- calves.- -X-ll:nuu.1r. vu-muy:--,qw ' -mv-nr-me-14 ' ' - -e--m,v:- Q I ' '.' -A Q The cartoon must have been sad. Q -H 1vEsf""1:i'5:""? V I :W J l Zi-.'.:?:SaBv,L:f1 1 ', h 1. -? A Ti, ' Af- if 1 1- Ng . - f' ' fifgi. f nffoffra ' .f..:--, A 15.15, li- , N -b 1 .. k gbswgmgmi . - A -. 'af' ' -' , H. 5 M51 W l Bill Minchow 'woke up long enough to walk from convoca- tion to the student union. The snack bar is no place for a girl, or is it? ff- I Q 1 iii' ' FRANK HAHKNESS President BILL BOWMASTER Vice-president MERLE MCDONALD Sec.-Treasurer Phil Lightbody, Bill Bowmaster, Frank Harkness, Merle McDonald, Dean Powell, Gary Lemmon, Dr. Mickey interfraternity council group sponsors the Big Snob-Old Grouch Establishing fraternity regulations and pro- moting friendliness and cooperation between the three fraternities on campus is the main purpose of the Interfraternity Council. The dance at the Turnpike at which the fraternity scholarship is awarded, and Big Snob and Old Grouch are revealed. panhellenic council The Panhellenic Council is composed of and social standards. Each year the Council three representatives from each of the four so- sponsors the Panhellenic Ball and the Scholar- rorities. Objectives are to encourage harmony ship Luncheon. among the sororities, establish rushing rules Page 78 LYNNETTE BUSH President GAYLE COLLINS Secretary IUANALEE OESTMANN Treasurer Seated-Rita Lehr, luanalee Oestmann, Dean Iohnson, Mrs. lean Rasmussen, Elaine Krondak, lo Har- rington, Mary Io Farrar, Ian Pitcaithley, Carolyn Rudd Standing-Lynnette Bush, lo Vrana, Idoncr Vodehnal, Dorothy Slroy, Aileen Lawson, Gayle Collins " iff xg, H 4-... , . frrfjfl -Y , Q 'X .. f:--W-W .. .. mi A' I C49 Margaret Dvorak ldona Vodehnal, Mary Ann Anderson, Margaret Schlichtemier, Marie Harmon, Madelyn Hilgenfeld, Irene Bloom- gren Dean Johnson, Karen Norton Not pictured Glenda Swanson, Virginia Wagner governing board Governmg Board is composed of elected dent problems, review sign-out sheets and representatlves from girls' residences. These late leave permits, and award demerits. Dean co eds act in d1sc1pl1nary cases, advise on stu- Iohnson meets with the group. women's house o 'I The duty of Women's House Council is to tains all the representatives at her home once establish, mamtam, and interpret house rules in the fall. for Wesleyan women. Dean Iohnson enter- President Iuanalee Oestmann Marie Hanson, vice-pres. Karen Norton, sec. Sealed-Marilyn Pedersen, Margaret Schlichternier, Madelyn Hilgenleld, Irene Bloomgren, Dean Iohnson, Karen Norton Standing-Mary Anderson, Iackie Iohnson, Margaret Dvorak, Wilma Price, ldona Vodehnal, Io Vrana, Glenda Swanson, Carole Allely, Marie Hanson No! pictured-Shirley Stone, Icnet Turner, Margie Schlichtemier tart 5 n l l rw 15 wo :ously-2 1 l O- Activities Honorary Organizations . . 82 Service Grganizations . . . 88 Religious Organizations . . 94 Arts ...... . . 98 Publications . . 110 I 1 Ns Sealed-Elame Krondak Ruby Vrana Iucmalee Oestruann Standing Carolyn Rudd Mane Hanson Aileen Lowson One of the highest honors which a senior can receive is to be listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. Members are chosen to represent Nebraska Wes- leyan on the basis ot high scholarship, leadership, partici- pation in academic and extra- curricular activities, and indi- cations ot future merit. Seaied-Blaine Rieke, Marve Evers Standing-Gary Lemmon, Bill Brown Not pictured-Bruce Anspaugh Page 82 v l ff. l l , 5 ,rin i my 1 il , fi 1 , I VP J ' V -Q . i ,- V ,........ , Qi f' fi X R' f uf ' F f ti." l 'VT In ,: - "wil X' f tx 1212 f xii" All v 3 'X 'I in if lilly I mag if if V V A 1 f ' L 31 'lu l ll .Jr ri , ,, l 3' i' I il 'Q - ,Er ' y 4' l. -X ' R g., . :Ai I , ,, .,, t ll . , gif ' X ' X-f .1 'emy ' , i . - , ' r ' , 1 1 I 4 X . .. gl 1,-.x"' , L' V if ..f..-4v'!"" ...4-""",',-I Seated-Iohn Harden, Bev Monson, Gary Lemmon, Iuanalee Oestmann, Elaine Krondal: Standing-Ruby Vrana, Aileen Lawson, Bill Brown, Hal Smith, Marve Evers, Blaine Rieke Not pictured-Carolyn Rudd cogs The Campus Orientation Group, better known as COGSI has the duty of helping the new students to become acquainted with the Wesleyan campus. Members are chosen in their junior year on the basis of satisfactory scholarship and outstanding participation in extra-curricular activities. Sponsored by Mr. Vincente Colon, they are also available at any time of the year to guide visitors on the carn- pus and to promote Wesleyan in any way possible. Page 83 'Rf Xia Seated-Carolyn Rudd, Ruby Vrana, Ioan Iohnson, Marilyn Linton RUBY VRANA President CAROLYN RUDD Vice president IOAN JOHNSON Secretary IUANALEE OESTMANN Treasurer MISS BERNICE HALBERT Faculty advisor Standing-Aileen Lowson, Marie Hanson, Ieanne Lincistrom, Elaine Kronclak, Iuanalee Oestmann, Bev Monson, Susan Wilkinson Noi pictured-Lynnette Bush, Miss Halbert cardinal key Cardinal Key, national Women's honor soci- ety, recognizes achievement in scholarship and extra-curricular activities. lt emphasizes the development of character by application of the cardinal virtues to living, and leadership through service to the college community. Seated-Gary Lemmon, Marve Evers, Bob Iewett Standing-Bill Brown, Blaine Rieke, Chuck Bagby, Iohn Harden, Carl Not pictured-Bruce Anspaugh, Dr. Mickey Y 1 . 4 f blue key Blue Key, national honorary fraternity for junior and senior men, has a membership elected in recognition of scholarship, person- ality, leadership, and participation in campus activities. Its purpose is to foster a democratic spirit in all phases of college lite. Spencer BOB IEWETT President MARVE EVERS Vice president BILL BROWN Corr. secretary GARY LEMMON Treasurer DR. DAVID MICKEY Faculty advisor LEW HUNTER X President 5 N ll X f ! ELAINE KRONDAK Vice president ki, IEAN BARBER X N 4 Secretary CAROLYN RUDD Treasurer MRS. GERTRUDE HOWARD Faculty advisor E7 X., -Seated-Lew Hunter, Sylvia Aregood, Elaine Krondak, Carolyn Rudd, Iay Newbury, Carl Spencer Standing-Erin Murphy, Rex Touzalin, lean Barber, Mrs. Howard, Earl Allison, Earl Veskerna, Rollie Barron No! pictured-Lynnette Bush, Bill Hill theta alpha phi Theta Alpha Phi, better known as TAP, is a national dramatics fraternity. lts object is to foster an interest in wholesome dramatics and to provide a means of promoting fellow- ship among students and instructors who have similar talents and interests. pi kappa delta Pi Kappa Delta is a national puloliaspeak- ing fraternity designed to stimulate interest in oratory, debate, and other phases of public- speaking. It gives to deserving individuals badges of distinction, according to merit and achievement. Seated-Dr, Callen, Rex Sample, Carolyn Rudd, Norman Schwenk, Aileen Lowson, Prof. Mattingly MEL SCHWENK President NORMAN SCHWENK Vice president BILL KOENIG Sec.-treasurer MR. ADAM MUELLER Faculty advisor Not pictured-Donna Kovarik Standing.-Aubrey Forrest, Gary Lemmon, Bill Koenig, Earl Allison, Mr. Mueller Wfxd-,,., ts yi. BRUCE ANSPAUGH President CHESTER SAUTTER Vice president MARVIN BURES Secretary IOHN PARK Treasurer Seated-Dr. Glazier, Prof. French, Bruce Anspaugh, Paul Bloomgren , Standing-john Park, Charles Friederich, Gerald Mohnkern, Wayne Lang, Ioe Calder, Clyde Sachtleben Not pictured-Chester Sautter, Marvin Bures I l A national physics honor society, Sigma Pi vanced study and research and to provide op Sigma recognizes students who have attained portunities tor members to prepare demonstra high scholastic standing in physical science. lts purpose is to promote an interest in ad- theta nu Theta Nu is an honorary medical fraternity for pre-medical students ot high scholastic standing. Membership is obtained through election. The local chapter has headquarters on the University of Nebraska campus. ROGER HUTCHINGS ,al- X A gk 51 tions and discussions. ps: chu Psi Chi is a psychology honorary fraternity. The Wesleyan chapter is the only remaining undergraduate chapter in the United States, according to Dr. Roy Deal. Names of new members were not released to THE PLAINSMAN. HAL SMITH 4 + 'Y' e T ' Tig . 4 BERNARD LEE .- L-IL .gf frilht l ' . -. f' ., 0 TZ. lx K' X t 1 it N ' l 'lla -5 'X -rf' ,fi 'Cf gf? g r . , f 15, 4:j,-- , 1 Y L, ' -1 ' . --- -W-5 as J L LES RIVERS DR. DAVID MICKEY President NCD. 'si P PROP. WALTER FRENCH Vice president i MISS MAMIE CORNS Sec.-treasurer X Seated-Ie-ana Lee Petersen, Marie Hanson, Miss Snow, Miss Corns, Io Saatholl, Miss Clark, Ioan johnson, Carolyn Rudd Standing-Roy Hanson, Dr. Weeks, Aileen Lawson, Dr. Mickey, Dr. Rosentrator, Prof. Mattingly, Dr. Callen, Bruce Anspaugh, Bob Iewett Not pictured-Susan Wilkinson, Mr. Bartley, Miss Booth, Miss Lux, Miss Slonecker. Prol. French, Mr. Slack, Dr. Deal phi kappa phi Phi Kappa Phi tends to stimulate high schol- arship through encouraging the student to strive for the greatest proficiency, Student membership in this society is limited to the upper ten per cent ol the senior class. pi gamma mu Pi Gamma Mu Iurthers the study of the so- cial sciences and the promotion of good social. relationships. Members are chosen from those students who are interested in social science and who are leaders in scholarship and activities. Row l-le-ana Lee Petersen, Aileen Lowson Row 2-Gayle Collins, Barbara Walker, Marie Hanson, Donna Wilson, Dr. Deal, Miss Corns Row 3-Dr. Weeks, Roy Hanson, Dr. Mickey, Dr. Rosentrator, LaVern Richards, Bob Iewett, Prof. Cor- iield, Carl Spencer Not pictured-Carolyn Rudd, Susan Wilkinson, Dr. Callen, Dr. Miller, Prof.. Slack, Mr. Bartley DR. DAVID MICKEY President DR. DALE WEEKS Vice president y-,J MISS MAMIE CORNS Sec.-treasurer 1 E L -,. . gl--i wifi? ' jljfifvf 11 ,452--' "M E' L. ' fl 4: l- sl nfs. ,Q Era., I--.. l lui- , 1 it 1 l Standing-Dean Powell Row 1-Wayne Lang, Donny Roberts, lack Plummer, Chester Sautter, Vernon Nicodemus, Ierry Price, Larry Sandall Row 2-Gerald Mohnkern, Gary Oakeson, Hay Cyr, Dick Randall, Tom Goclbey, Alice Gentry, Valerie Kremenesky, Dr. Robert Glazier Row 3-Karen Norton, Irene Bloorngren, Paul Bloomgren, Dennis Krause, Iim Pearson, Marvin Bures, Bruce Anspough, Ted Chikos, Don Larkin How 4-Ieannine Barnard, Marilyn Stauber, Alyce Bennett, Chloe Stairs, Richard Harrington, Allen Ray, Mrs. Roscoe Abbott, Dr. Roscoe Abbott Row 5-Mr. 'Walter French, Dr. Morris Lamoree, Mr. Ice Wampler, Mr. Neill Slack Not pictured-Aubrey Forrest, Marilyn Alexander, lim Cyr, Charles Friederich, Marilyn Hahn, David Isley, lack Lamphere, Bernard Lee, Charles Mitchell, Baldwin Payn, Kenneth Willoughby I'lGbl'8Sli3 3C3dGl'TlY of SClSl'lC9S Chester Sautter .... ...........,,,.,,,,,,,,,,. p resident Marvin Bures .....,....... ...... v ice president Aubrey Forrest ........,. ....... s ecretary-treasurer The Nebraska Academy oi Sciences pro- motes interest in the natural sciences. Any students interested in these sciences is urged to join. s r, ix: I Pre-medicinal, pre-scientific students, or those majoring in the various fields of science are speakers in the diversified programs. nu med Nu Med promotes interest in the medi- cal protessions-rnedicine, nursing, den- tistry, and medical technology. The Wes- leyan chapter is part of the chapter at the state university but is not allowed officers. Meetings are held monthly at the uni- versity. Roger Hutchings, Don Shalon, Ron Suiter, Bernard Lee, Chuck Bagby, Hal Smith Not pictured-Les Rivers, Tom Goclbey, Bill Runty .. . Si.-73' cf . : ff.- -- 3?-esi.a:'f: . i.'-"i?L...""'-T A -1 ,::- ?54Ifsg2r',..f:f' "tub ., How 1-Virginia lialh, Madolyn Hilgenfeld, Gayle Collins, Ieanne Williams, lames Tangeman. Earl Veskerna, Louise Saviclge, Ianet Baldwin, Aldine Porter, Susan Wilkinson Row 2-Janice Kellough, Huberta Beal, Virginia Wagner, ldona Vodehnal, Miss Nettie Clark, Ioan Iohnson, Faye Martens, Iuanalee Oestmann, Carolyn Cameron, Sheralee Hill, Io Saathoff, Betty Cooper, Ianet George, Helen Haggard Row 3-Ioan Hutt, lo Vrana, Betty Frohlich, Dorcas Marshall, Marilynn Todd, Beverly George, LaVonne Weston, lane Trautman, Ruth Guthrie, Marilyn Horalek, Iody Fussell, Mary Williams, Helen Hirschfeld, Mary Io Braymen, Sheryl Yutesler, Kay Whitney, Donna Roudebush, Eileen Maticka Row 4-Eleanore Rolfsmeyer, Virginia Peters, Shirley Gibb, Ann Root, Carol May, Bev Nelson, Sandra Hendricksen, Connie Peters, Shirley Rexroth, loanne Root, Iackie Burke, Iolene Munderloh, Liz Webster, Carolyn Stock, Lynette Rogers, Glenda Swanson, Valerie Kremenesky future teachers of america loan lohnson ...... ........... p resident Sheralee Hill .... ..... s ecretary Faye Martens ..... ,,,,,r. v ice president Ron Ricketts ..... ...... t reasurer Future Teachers of America strives to provide oppor- tunities tor students to learn about the teaching profes- sion, to develop the qualities of a good teacher and to encourage student leadership. The FTA annually sponsors a banquet for Wesleyan graduates during teachers' convention and gives a Val- entine party for the children at White l-lall. In the spring, supervising teachers were honored at the traditional coffee hour. FTA also presented a chapel prograrn. Under the leadership of the president, loan Iohnson, and sponsors Miss Clark, Dr. Evans, and Mr. Sederburg, the group had a busy and successful year. 2-we Ioan Iohnson, Frank Mills, Ieanne Lindstrorn, Ron Ioekel, and Faye Martens represented Wesleyan at the FTA celebrities' dinner '-,g .1-sg . , , in Kearney. - --qv: ff' UCI I El! :Al F hyd U51 ,f I V 551 nil 1 p I I 'f ,W l,J..,, - , Row 1-Hazel Luginbill, Virginia Wagner, Marilyn Io Smith, Shirley Gibb Row 2-Toshiro Isa, Soung Yang, Valerie Ramones, Carolyn Cameron, Demetrio Ung Leon, Milton Gouvea, Erich Frey Row 3-Carole Allely, Aubrey Forrest, Iohn Park, LeRoy Willoughby, Baldwin Payn, Richard Iackman, Roger Hutchings, Beryl Feather, Wilma Price international relations caravan Foreign students sponsored by the IRC-Toshiro Isa, Dernetrio Ung Leon, Valerie Ramones, Milton Gouvea, Erich Frey, Soung Yang iw! Page 90 Student caravans provide an ideal means of increasing the contact of foreign students with the people whose country they are studying. The International Caravan was at first only an experiment and a pilot project. But its suc- cess in the last five years clearly shows what has been done by groups of students who felt helpless in the midst ot hatred, misunderstand- ing, and War, and who Wanted a tool with which to work. This caravan is entirely sell-supporting, and the students themselves organize their pro- grams tor the tours, and promote their own activities. The motto-"Peace through Under- standing." 21' T' , f I 'Elsa Q , r HN 1 Q5 ut it sl 3 N . ' if s , x '1 K ji Top down-Lew Hunter, Carolyn Rudd, Erin Murphy, Rollie Barron, Gene Braymen, Marlys Nelson, lay Newbury, Gary Lemmon The members of Roadshow Went on a busy tertainment and dramatic worship. tour, playing 44 shows. The eight talented The troupe presented a program to the "Green Boys" and Mrs. Gertrude Howard Weselyan students in chapel after spring worked hard in preparing the program of en- vacation. Page 91 Row 1-Ioyce Luginbill, Marilyn Gunn, Betty lenlcins, Ianet Baldwin, leanne Williams, Carolyn Watson, Karen Nelson, Phyllis Ed- gar, Ianet Deckinger, Marlys Nelson, Loyce Carstens, Gloria Holtz, Sue Young, Pat Manifold Row 2-Barbara Gaede, Fran Babbel, Carol Ladine, Ianet Turner, Rita Lehr, Iudy Cook, Mrs. Hester, Elaine Krondak, Ioan lohn- son, Karen Norton, ldona Vodehnal, Carolyn Rudd, Linda Young, Iackie lohnson, Helen Haggard How 3-lane Large, Karen Christopher, Pat Warner, Iudy Fra-ndsen, Nita Matz, Dorothy Stroy, Ruth Guthrie, Ieanette Krause, Mary Williams, Ieanene Krause, Helen Penton, Iudy Drexel, Ieanne Brown, Nora Brashear, Elaine Hohensee, Sherry Busch, loyce Tornkvist, Ladene Bother, Iudy Reidel, Janet Vorhees, Shirley Stone Row 4-Carole Allely, lean Dainton, Ioyce Kousgaard, Sandra Sack, Kathy Bead, Shirley McArdle, Jolene Munderloh, Sheryl Yutes- ler, Iulie Robson, Bev Nelson, Connie Peters, Ann Root, Nancy Tompkins, Mary Beth Matson, Barbara Iones, Dorothy Brakhage, Sharon Cook, Donni Potadle, lanet Woodcock, Liz Webster, Lois Meyer, Carol McCoy Not pictured-Marilyn Kroeger, Mary Anderson, Sheralee Hill, Pat Doty, lane Large, LaVeta Underwood, lane Riddle, Barbara Cox yellers of the brown Elaine Krondak .... ........... p resident Ioan Iohnson ...... ..... V ice president Iudy Cook .... . ...... secretary A large sign in Old Main and 70 yellow sweaters in the halls-it is the first football game, and the Yellers of the Brown are on the job! These coeds participated in the half- time inaugural ceremony honoring Chan For- rest, and their bon-fire rally and snake dance rallied in the homecoming pre-game festivi- ties. rv' Karen Norton ...... ................ t reasurer Rita Lehr .................. ..... s ocial chairman Mrs. Chelys Hester ....... ...... s ponsor Parents' night found the pepsters honoring Mom and Dad with huge letters and special yells. Auction time kept the Yellers busy as they worked hard to bring in money to assure a successful All-Sports Banquet. After this top-notch event the gold sweaters and brown beanies were checked in after an- other tun-filled and "yelled-out" year for the Yellers of the Brown. BETTY THURMAN President RUBY VRANA Vice president DOROTHY STROY Secretary CAROLYN RUDD Treasurer MRS. HESTER Sponsor FT Row 1-Rita Lehr, Shirley Rexroth, Dorothy Stroy, Betty Thurman, Ruby Vrana, Carolyn Rudd, Mrs. Hester Row 2-Mary Williams, Helen Penton, Ladene Rother, Phyllis Edgar, Fran Babbel, Bev Monson, Vera Janke Row 3-leanene Krause, leanette Krause, Ianet Turner, Bev Nelson, Kareen Nelson, Bonnie Godtel, Margaret Vogt, Ianet Deckinger Not pictured-Linda Young, Janet Voorhees, lane Riddle, Connie Peters, Carol May, loan Huff, Phyllis Harvey, Ruth Guthrie, Barb Gaede, Carol Cramer, Iudy Cook, Iackie Burke, Eudoris Gideon, Marty WSE Women's Athletic Association provides activ- ity opportunities for many girls. Teams from the four sororities and the Barbs compete in badminton, ping pong, basketball, and volley- ball games under the intramural program. Girls earning sufficient number of points in sports and in selling concessions at football and basketball games are eligible for mem- bership. W club The most Widely recognized men on campus are the 58 Plainsman athletes who proudly Wear large yellow and brown on their jackets. Men earning a letter in any varsity sport are eligible for membership. Activities include selling programs and re- freshments during football and basketball seasons and electing the W Club sweetheart for homecoming. Row l-Ron Keeler, Marvin Deal, Don Iohnson, Boyd Thompson, Harold Gustafson, Ierry Kroeger, San- ford Nelson, Paul Fredstrom Row 2-Leon Taylor, Bob Starr, Ron Olson, Lowell Iohnson, Mel Sheary, Clift Kahl, Carlyle Weiss, Dewey Van Cleave, Bill Minchow Row 3-Ron Bachman, Loren Eigenberg, Stan Spohr, Phil Lightbody, Lyle Buell, LeRoy Willoughby, Ierry Holland, Roger Harbert, Dick Keller Row 4-Lester Piper, Charles Ege, Bob Petersen, Blaine Flieke, Gordon Metzger, Dick Beishline, Larry Luhrs, Bob Daniels, Rich lennings PAUL FREDSTROM President MEL SHEARY Vice president RON IOEKEL Secretary-treasurer - x.: ,gm sa. ,,, L2 'fl B1"i Q ff' Y W cabinet-lanet Miller, Ianet George, Faye Martens, Ieon Barber, Karen Norton, Marilyn Linton Row Z-Ioyce Spencer, Io Smith, Virginia Wagner, Carolyn Cameron, Ianet De-ckinger Row 3-Iuanalee Oestmarm, Doretta Peterson, Gayle Collins, Carolyn Rudd Not pictured-Ieanne Linclstrom, Mrs. Swinbank, sponsor ' .. :ai ,t 'I' U 1 r Q X : , L 3 t we I ,g uni ' N Alt 7 1 A- Fri .1 A , U, , 3 f I 1 N :+- u 'I ' - XT' li tg 5 2' X b ' 1 M fn , - - z fi 1 Q I . L -xi' W 'Tfnffiti I Y-ra - III. ." V. l Q! ., , K., K "Q - it ' Q 5 as V ,5'f, I itzxl jh K 1-5 I 'l. , I, A, N , iq i V' 2-if iii' A I i ,'r if A The "Y" began its year by sponsoring the freshmen retreat, all-school street dance, and a YWCA big-little sister coke party in the student union. Page 94 ywca This year the YWCA celebrated its lUUth anniversary. With the YMCA it sponsored the inspirational Christmas and Easter rnatins as Well as the annual Campus Chest Drive and was host in the spring tor the District Con- ference. I., V f' I 'egg .ni q vu g'q.-Ulf! 1 'Pgnan Ill-ll: 'I krlllf Y M cabinet-Roy Hanson, Neil Tanner, Leon Taylor, Jim Klusman, Lou SCTIWEPPG. Dick Miller Row 2-Chuck Bagby, Rex Kellough, Mr. Mattingly, sponsor, Marve Evers Not pictured-Bruce Merchant, Roger Hutchings, Bill Brown, Bob Peiersen ITTCB The Work of the YM-YWCA is divided into four commissions-World Affairs, Community Service, Growing Christians, and Leadership. The Committee on Effective Citizenship and the International Relations Caravan also con- tribute to the Y program. X- 1.91,-g ggfyl' Adding the money pledges for the Campus Chest Drive are Gayle Collins, Virginia Rath, and Ruby Vrana. Proceeds are used to help foreign students. Page 95 Page 96 l K l Row l-Mrs. Edna Sautter, Metta Holliman, Ioyce Spencer, Ianet George, Dr. Paul Davidson, Mrs. Donald Meyer, Mr. Donald Meyer, Barbara Ware, Nancy Carter, lleen Hansen, Hildrecl Bressler Row Z--Paul Foster, Mrs. Wesley Poe, Geraldine Raymond, lean Leach, Cherie Olson, Dorothy Norlin, Ioellen Frandsen, Shirley Gibb, Iulia Bigelow, Martin Park, Cliff Becker, Wayne Lang, Marie Hanson, Sandra McCaig Row 3-lack Buckingham, Dick Odgers, Iohn Park, Gilbert Walters, Bruce Merchant, Chester Sautter, Brad Campbell, Clyde Sachi- leben, Hugh Thompson, Paul Davidson, Glen Barnes Not pictured-Mr. Wesley Poe Wesley fellowship Paul Foster ..... .......... p resident Ianet George .... ...... v ice president Wes Poe .,... ..... s ponsor Wesley Fellowship is a Sunday evening church group for young men and women. Faith, fellowship, food, and fun are the key words of this organization. The students have had fine and lasting spiritual experiences dis- cussing the joys, hopes, and sorrows of indi- vidual members. lean Barber .... ..... s ecretary Wayne Lang .......... ...... t reasurer Mavis Money Poe ...... ...... s ponsor The year began with the annual freshmen supper. Other program highlights have been the denominational study, marriage and iam- ily lite study, the annual passover supper, family night, the pancake feed, and the Gali- lean service. As a regular project, Wesley Fellowship visits the Orthopedic hospital. 'vb' Row 1-Donna Wilson, Kutrinka Green, Metta Holliman. lean Barber, Sylvia Aregood, Ann Horner, Carol Goeke, Shirley Stone, lulia Bigelow, Marie Hanson, Delores Wegner, Marilyn Io Smith, Shirley Hutchins, Liz Paine, Geraldine Raymond Row 2-lean Mineri, lohn Minert, Tom Perkins, Bruce Merchant, Verlin Boldry, Don Overton, Marve Evers, Cliff Becker, Rev. Forrest Siiih, L. Edward Matiingly, Gary Thomson, Gilbert Walters, Dick Odgers, Richard Holler, Paul Foster, Lou Schweppe, Ioyce Spencer, Doretia Peterson, Chloe Stairs kappa chi Kappa Chi is composed of students who are The group is not only interested in acquiring going into full-time Christian service. The pur- help, but it also seeks to serve by sponsoring pose of such a fellowship is to get professional the Wayside chapel, leading worship services aid from people already performing Christian and discussion groups in various churches in deeds. the community, and securing Worship leaders for prayer meetings. Student Pasiors-Phil Brown, Fred Gardner, George Iohnson, Iohn Lauer, Dr. Sabin, Darrell Keck, Ron Steinke, Tom Perkins, Don Overton, Charles lvliichc-ll, lohn Minerl, Richard Holler, Ray Kirk, Bob Linder, Ernest Shippen, Rev. Walker i 1'- ff- -X ii 2 ki' -1 ' J. l Page 97 -,N "aj- YL? y ,A X ,-Q ,- x X mfi 4' kv 3 11 I X x - xt W- ' x ',-- 3 4-5 X. Nfx - - - ,L Kr , ,'!.As'iSr9-- . ' x K 5-- "Charming" B aron Ochs does not charm Sophia. 49 ' Y K The landlord and Herr von Faninal listen in rapt atten- tion to the message of the doctor. Director Oscar Bennett CAST Princess von Werdenberg and her Octavian-no explanation needed. der rosenkavalier Richard Strauss Octavian ................................................ LOIS Meyer Princess von Werdenberg .......... Beverly George Baron Ochs of Lerchenan ...................... Iohn Cole Sophia .................................. Herr von Faninal ......... Landlord ...................... .......Iay Newbury ...........Frank Mills .......Ernest Shippen Mistress Marianne ....... ........ M arty Campbell Valzacchi ................. Annina ....... Doctor ......... ........Bob Cumming .........Ianet Miller .........Rex Sample Under the direction of Oscar "Pop" Ben- nett, Wesleyan presented an eighteenth cen- tury tragi-comedy by Strauss, The Plainsrnan Theatre production marked the first time that "Der Rosenkavalie-r" C"The Knight of the Rose"J had been performed in the United States by an amateur group, More students- cast, orchestra, "behind-the-scenes" workers- were involved in this production than in any other extra-curricular activity on campus. Page 99 The latest style witch-Mrs. Mc- mrs. mcthing "Mrs McThing," the first Plainsrnan production of the 1954-55 season, toolc us into the realm of fantasy. The plot revolved around a wealthy woman, two small children, and a gang of under- world characters. CAST Thingl Mrs. Howard V. Larue lll ............ Sylvia Aregood Boy Cl-lowayl .................................. Dannis Weeks Girl CMimil .................................... Claudia Domas Poison Eddie Schellenbach .............. Iack Ballard Stinker ............................................ Dirty Ioe ................ Gilbert Walters .............Paul Foster Chef tEllsworthJ ........ ............... R ex Sample Nelson ...................... ......... G ene Braymen Sybil ...................... ......... I oyce Tornkvist Carrie ................... ............ P auline Wiles Mrs. McThing ......,. Ugly Witch ,................ ......... S andy Hendricksen Beautiful Witch .......... ............... C arolyn Rudd Virgil .......,......,......... .....,....... V erlin Boldry Policemen ............ ................ I oe Calder LeRoy Willoughby Student Director .,...... ...,,............ I erry Schrepf Maude Lewis .......... ....,....... W ilma Wolfe Grace Lewis. ........... ........ H ildred Bressler EVVCI Lewis .........,, ..,...i,,, ,,-,,,,.,,,-,,,A A 11 H Rgof Mrs. SCl'1elle1'lbCICf"1 ,.,4.,,, ,,.,',, M QIIYS Nelson ,!,' I V '55 I 57 I Howay Larue is a bit more skeptical I I than his mother concerning the antics of the Lewis sisters-Grace, Maude, and Evva. it K ,f ,, I 1 p. fl '.' : 4 , g ' ,lb Q-gpm. 6,6 jj, fx 5 f I X' - uf I if 5 L. . 1'. ,Q-ti 1954 if li I' P 'qi ! ' Poison Eddie and his gang cannot "buffalo" Mama Schellenbach. sdh.-Q - M, Hon. Ernest Wooley's hilarity is about to be "dampened" by Crichton. the admirable crichton I. M. Barrie's story revolves around the aristocratic English family with Lew Hunter as the Earl of Loam and his daughters played by Sandra l-lendricksen, Dorothy Christner, and Carolyn Rudd, the leading lady. They are shipwrecked on a tropical island and expe- rience ct reversal in their social order when Rollie Barron portraying the noble butler, the admirable Crichton, assumes authority and proves the implications of his name. A bit ot humor is added by Iay Newbury as Tweeny and Richard Haller as Hon. Ernest Wooley. Other members of the cast included Gene Braymen as Lord Brockelhurst, Marlys Nelson as his mother, the Countess, and Paul David- son in the role of the Rev. Iohn Treherne. lean Barber was student director. The cast and crew assemble alter the final performance. :U1r - ---7' ..- V 1: ,,..af CAST Ethan Frome .................... Gilbert Walters Zenobia .............. ........ E rin Murphy Mattie Silver ........ ......... I ean Barber Iotham .,,,..,,.....,.,...,. .. ....... Dick Miller Student Director .,........................ Bev Ellis Other characters played by Frank Martin, Iean Leach, Duane Bennett, Paul Davidson, Duane Hubbard, Ron Lyss "Why did you break the only thing I ever loved?" Page 102 li "Ethan Frome," taken from Edith Wharton's outstanding novel, was the last Plainsrnan production. It is an ac- count of personal tragedy on a bleak New England farm involving a domi- neering Wife, submissive husband, and an innocent hired girl. Ethan and Mattie pause a moment before attempting suicide by sliding down a hill into a large tree. ethan frome 1 I ' F I b 'ure-'-f ' 0 . A-v m J , I, I, JI' f I , 1 !,:tN r, 5 1 l i ., , . l rl Q- x r xg S. -- J . -:vu ' " 5 f ,yq .iq ,L f Q L " S ii 5 , 1 Row 1-Director Oscar Bennett, Iay Newbury, Bev Monson, Pat Warner, Ianet Miller, Marlys Nelson, Ieanne Lindstrom Marty Camp l bell, Nancy Tompkins, Beverly George, Iohn Cole Row 2-Sylvia Aregood, Ruby Vrana, Iucly Cook, Dorothy Chrisiner, Dorothy Stroy, Phyllis Rudd, Helen Ebers, Ann Root Row 3-Dwaine Price, Ernest Shippen, Carlyle Weiss, Gerald Bacon, Gordon Metzger, Bob Iewett, Dick Holler Row 4-Lloyd White, lack Grosvenor, Gary Thomson, Ed Ccrslens. Terry Miller. Rollie Burrvn. Richard luckmcm Not pictured-Marve Evers, Roger Anderson, Brad Campbell chapel choir The Chapel Choir under the direction of Oscar Bennett sings many fine spiritual songs for Tuesday morning Chapels. During the past year chapel choir has appeared in concert in several local churches and on the TV pro- gram, Choir Loft, over KOLN-TV. Choir members caught off-guard before the TV program. Lew Hunter adjusts light. 4' ,ip-... ., ,, male chorus ve Row 1-Bill McDermet, Gordon Robinett, Brad Camp- bell, Phil Bliss, Elroy Nelson, Dean Crewdson, Roger Drake, Ierry Mays, Howard Thrapp, Iohn Cole, Kent Bond, Dwaine Price How 2-Gary Thomson, Gordon Metzger, lerry Mil- X ler, lack Grosvenor, Darrel Seng, Norman Marsh, Richard Glaze, Don Thomsen, Bob Ben- ton, Iim Adelson, Toshiro Isa X Not pictured-Don Larkin, Gerald Bacon, Carlyle X Weiss, Hal Smith X Leonard Paulson, the director of Wesleyarfs twenty-seven member male chorus Was assisted by Iohn Cole as student di- rector and Hal Smith as accompanist on the club's forty-fifth A ff annual tour. The group traveled more than l600 miles and pre- f sented 40 concerts. In the program of secular and religious num- X, bers, features were quartets, Vocal solos, and a special har- monica concert by Toshiro lsa. ' Besides going on tour throughout Nebraska and parts of Wy- oming, the chorus participated in the opera, "Der Rosenkavalierf' Quartet-Ierry Miller, Iack Gros- venor, Kent Bond, Carlyle Weiss Carolyn Watson Y 'YQYQYJVQY' 4 I 1 V X7 uv' - ,, w . , . ' I, Y? Accompanist sv 2 3 I 1, . , K K - y .L , -, . 'fs 4, - L M . 5 V - 9 , . -, lj n l L W l How l-Dorothy Stroy, lody Ourth, Mary Williams, Marilyn Gunn, Mary Anderson, Cecilia Duncan How Z-Carole Sachs, Dee Kieldgaard, Virginia Wagner, Helen Penton, Ianet Ross, Ioyce Luginbill, Mary Trail, Ioan Dutton 'KYFJIG '-et ' I I tl 1' Row 3-Phyllis Rudd, Iudy Cook, Marty Campbell, Barb Gaede, Rita Lehr, Ianet Miller, Ioyce Tomkvist, LaVeta Underwood h S d Sack, luanalee Oestmann, Beverly George, Alyce Bennett, Pat Warner, Marilyn Pedersen, Margaret Row 4-Beryl Feat er, an ra Hrubesky, Kathy Read girls' glee club The glee club gave concerts in twenty-one Western and southern Nebraska cities and towns on its 19th annual tour. Mrs. Adelaide Spurgin replaced Miss Mary Holding who is studying in Italy. She was assisted by Beverly George, student director. Special interest was added to the programs by the performances of the barloerette quartet, trio, duet, and soloists. During the first semester the club sang at the Chancellor's inauguration and gave a program in chapel at Christmas time. Barbetette quartet-Margaret Hrubesky, Ianet Miller, Dorothy Stroy, Cecilia Duncan. K Q. N " Q 5' Y A , . dx, X f b f. P' - . we lull I ll ill , Q . ' is-f 'Qffelrf it H i l 1. Mrs. Adelaide Spurgin Director ,Q "fl""t' :lt L X V 1 vii... is ji Trio-Virginia Wflgner. Marty Campbell, Helen Penton. Page 105 Nebraska Universiiy Wesleyan XX ll pride of the plainsmen bancl """7 I-'rank Mills, Gordon Robinelt, Keith Bornemier, Bob Iones, Don Swigart, Keene Huefile, Don Huston, Larry Sandall, Kent Sherman, Hugh Moller, Louise Savidge, Eleanor Rolls- meyer, Max Lyberger, Berwyn Iones, Bob Dcppen Page 106 pw! KX.. 'X Majorettes and drum major-Norene Meyer, Donna Kovcu-ik, Margaret Schlichtemier, Gerald Bacon, Margie Schlichtemier, Shirley Stevens, Janice Kellough Drum corps-Clclrke Gellermann, Larry Abker, Bill Scmsted, Danny Roberts, Bill Runty, Ed Kaul: Page 108 CLARINET Charles Bagby Ieanne Lindstrom Iohn Rogers Iames Bauer Sondra Hill Carma Lea McPheron Norene Meyer Margaret Schlichtemier Margie Schlichtemier George Meredith Gary Hayden Clyde Sachtellsen Ianet George Maclelyn Hilgenfeld Carol McCoy A nv . ,,4.- imwvhts X, J X ax' 'N . ' If 1. Robert Marshall-di1eCi0l' concert band FLUTE Alice Gentry Sandra McCaig Barbara Walker Dorothy Sharp Carlene Barber Chloe Stairs OBOE Carl Hoon SAXOPHONE Marilyn McClurg LaVern Richards Katherine Calvert Io Lautenschlager Ieannine Barnard Ray Cyr TROMBONE Van Fletcher Maurice Schoclc Paul Foster Stan Delahoyde Bob Rasmusen Shirley Stevens BASS Louise Stone Lewis Iack Nispel Iohn Lincoln BARITONE Harlan Heald Shirley Rexroth Bob Reichert PEHCUSSI ON Clarke Gellermann lean Kyes Gloria McCord Larry Abker Donna Kovarik Danny Roberts TRUMPET Don Huston Keith Bornemier COHNET Bob Dappen Don Swigart Larry Sandall Berwyn Iones Louise Savidge Hugh Moller Ianice Kellough FRENCH HORN Annette Magorian Bob Chamberlain Kent Sherman Eleanore Rollsmeye I' af C-F C Q' '27 S Bob ax sexte!-Marilyn Mcclur L Lass 'D 15. 'I ' 'T' if nd Q. ave - ..,C X Hoon G V n H 2- rn Rxchcrrd , . U , ,Bland your at Bcgby and G ow Io Lcxutenschlqger s Katherine Culvert DNS ppen Chudes I ROY Cyn Jeannine Ba c ' rnurd Fletcher 'lt F " KIA 'rs' ,- Cz of 2- 4- ' -- . f'-' s ll ff' -fl, 'f:,! ""4:.. .. A-a. 1 if-sad' S- f I e lv r I gs.. ltmif , , fi v'l W,-., Ieanne Lindstrom--soloist A 'Pi SR ,ov y gun 'Z ' ,mi 'vig 'W x H if Trio-Louise Scrvidge, Carol McCoy, Janet George Twirlers-Mcxrgie cmd Mar- garet Schlichtemier ,V QB Trumpei Tno Bob Dcppen Don Huston Don Swxgcxrt I' 1 Y f'-'y 31 vw- Q Yi 1 Seated-Charles Friederich, Mrs. Gertrude Howard, Miss Bernice Halbert, Mr. I. E. Bartley, Chancellor A. Leland Forrest, Miss Mamie Corns, Karen Norton, Dr. Harold Hall Standing-Duane Bennett, Dean Sam Dahl, Iohn Park, Lou Schweppe Not pictured-Mr. Vincente Colon, Mr. Fred Hess publications board Miss Halbert ....... ,,,,,,,, C hcrirmqn Miss Corns ......... ......... s ecretary Publications Board is composed of mem- bers of the faculty and administration and editors and business managers of THE WES- LEYAN and THE PLAINSMAN and the editor of the Wesleyan Directory. The board lets and reviews printing con- Page 1 10 Chancellor Forrest ........ Fred Hess .................. . ex-officio members tracts for the yearbook and selects the printing company. The major policies of publications are determined by the board. Each spring the board reviews applica- tions tor the five top positions on student pub- lications and announces its selections before school closes. , ,.. ,. t -.., Nr K-'fjlfl "tv-'-55.4, 91 'tvt1'Y"l ,"'4-L wt Wg!" Wesleyan directory Iohn Park ....... ..............................editor Kenneth Allen ......... The editor of the Wesleyan Directory is se- lected from a list of applicants by the Publica- tions Board. The editor, in turn, chooses his own secretary. The directory, which is pub- lished in mid-October under auspices of the Aileen Lowson ............ .......secretary ..................cover artist YM-YWCA, is the handiest book on campus. It furnishes easy access to the names, ad- dre sses, and telephone numbers of all students and faculty and, in addition, offers many other f 1 use u bits of information. Page 1 11 Page Charlie Friederich, second semester ediior, puts out cz topnotch paper. The Wesleyan ,fx Iecmcr Lee s . over one of the many issues she put out . Petersen, first semester editor look 112 'wr .xv i - ' Bob Pe page of the latest sports news. tersen smiles as he finishes another Seated--Duane Bennett, Charles Frieda- rich, Mary Beth Matson din Don Bezel: Gary Lemmon, Ellis Stan g- , Shutts, Darrel Seng, Rex Sample, Bob Iewett, Dr. Hall ' lured Margaret Dvorak, Bob Peter- Not pic - sen, Vera Ianke, Elaine Krondak, Rex F t, Tom Sieg, Kellough, Aubrey orres Marilyn llahn, Iohn Park, Don Overton Harold Hall ............. Charles Friederich ..... Duane Bennett ....... Margaret Dvorak ..... Mary Beth Matson ..... I" Bill Bowmaster Business Manager First Semester 'Swv- wesleyan stall Faculty Advisor Bolo Petersen ........ ...... S ports Editor mm.mEditOr,in,Chief Tom Sieg................... ............-.....Circulation Business Manager Writers ............ Vera Ianke, Elaine Krondak, Don Rezek, Rex Kellough, Aubrey Forrest, Bob 1 Marilyn Iewwett, Ellis Shutts, Rex Samp e, Don Overton .......Feature Editor Hahn, Iohn Park, Gary Lemmon, ......News Editor 7 .-www-s ,l' ' -M. Duane Bennett seco . nd semeste b ' keeps the books balanced. r usmess manager, Page 11 4. A' Q3 3g5:'-f- . " '--A , ,, --... -q, ,, ,, .1 'Vit Seated-Terry Schrepf, Wilma Price, Wayne Sorensen, Loyce Carstens, Marjorie Heath, Iody Fussell, Virginia Rath, Ioan Brooker, Karen Norton Standing-Rita Lehr, Marilyn Hahn, Mary Io Braymen, Lou Schwe ppe, loyce Kousgaard Not pictured-Toshiro Isa, Lois Smit, Shirley McArdle, Darrel Seng, Bill Philips, Dr. Hall Page 11 qrsajfl 71 the plainsman Editor Karen Norton Lou Schweppe Business Manager Nebraska Wesleyan's yearbook, THE PLAINSMAN, attempts to preserve different phases of events ot our col- lege life. This requires the cooperative effort on the part of each staff member. THE PLAINSMAN staff sponsors the college beauty queen contest each year, and with THE WESLEYAN staff sponsors the "Ideal Plainsman" and "Ideal Plainswomanu elections. -'F an ' T 111-A Iody Fussell, Marilyn Hahn, cmd Virginia Rath go over last minute details. PLAINSMAN STAFF Harold Hall .............. ............................ F aculty Advisor Karen Norton ......... Lou Schweppe ....... Evans Studio ......... Wayne Sorensen ...... Darrel Seng .......... Toshiro Isa ........ Iody Fussell...... Virginia Rath ....... Wilma Price ......... Ierry Schrepf ........ Rita Lehr .................. Marjorie Heath ......... Marilyn Hahn Lois Smit Shirley McArd1e ois Smit shows Ioan Brooker how o lay out cr page, while Mary Io raymen gets some pictures out oi he file. .............Editor-in-Chief .....Business Manager Photographers ........University Editor .......Activities Editor .......Feature Editor .......,.......Sports Editor Social Groups Editor loan Brooker Mary Io Braymen Ioyce Kousgaard Dr. Harold Hall relaxes at staff meeting. When our photographers Wayne take a picture it's in Wilma Price laughs as Ioyce Kousgaard cleverly shortens Ioyce Carstens telephone conversation. Darrel and focus. '-Aff. ! . f?4"', 1 l7' S X Q an .ft E f .ls Q,-15f"'4 ' ' ' flbzxrf - T X '. . ,M P- gfrjvfss T x ' .W .X3qtG--,..,- In V V X .V Q! 5' 1 -, itgr rg, Ierry Schrepf is r sports desk. eady to leave his If Barbs . Dormitory Social Groups Fraternities . Sororities ? JV 4 6 In 5, A, Row I-Helen Haggard, Barbara Peterson, Valerie Ramones, Nancy Carter, Dorothy Norlin, Elaine Hohensee, Sherry Busch, Beverly Bush, Barbara Walker, Deloris Peters, Lynette Rogers, Ioellen Kennedy How 2-Karen Howell, Doris Peters, Carole Sacks, Shirley Lusk, Geraldine Bayrnoncl, Gloria Holtz, Cecelia Duncan, Anita Samuels Alice Andrews, Betty Cooper, Shirley Hutchins, Ioan Rech, Sandra McCaig, Nancy Fallich I Row 3-Pat Todd, Carol Goeke, Laclene Bother, Eilene Maticka, Carolyn Cameron, Iulia Bigelow, Shirley Gibb, Carole Ienson, Ioellen Frandsen, Pat Chafiin, Carolyn Stock, Carma Lea Mcpheron, Margaret Spearman, Merry Texley, Barbara Ware, Dorcas Marshall, Ann Horner, Ruth Sigler Row 4-Wilma Price, Margaret Dvorak, Ruth Garman, Betty Io Frohlich, I ann L' ci t , A F , D M ' Bonnie Godtel, Margaret Vogt, Coleen Mclilwain, Marilyn Stauber, l..aeDonr?a B?eZle?mMar?l?gsPeqerszfrlfngleancinriingollgnegygurlisgl gene Evers, Shirley Stevens, Ieanne Brown, Betty Drbal ' barbs Iohn Park-president Van Fletcher-treasurer . . . ' P ' - ' f Jeanne Lindstrom-vice president Wllmg .rice Chairman O committees Mr. Neill Slack--faculty ad- Betty Io Frohlich-secretary visor The Barbs put up homecoming dec orations this year for the first time. barbs Barbs, a large, coed social group, with membership open to all, looks back upon a year of fun and achievement. This year's memories include hour dances in the student union and at the Farmhouse fraternity at the University of Nebraska, skating parties at the Arena Roller Skating Club, serenades at Iohn- son Hall and the sororities, weekly programs, the traditional Christmas formal at East Hills, and the spring formal at Cotner Terrace. A major highlight was the winning of the Rowland Haynes Regional Achievement Award at the Independent Student Associa- tion convention at Pittsburg, Kansas, in No- vember. This award signifies that the Wes- leyan Barbs are the outstanding independent student group of a seven-state area. Many Barb members received campus recognition during the year. Martin Park was elected freshman class presidentp lohn Park became president of Sigma Pi Sigmag Roy Hanson, YMCA presidentg and Bruce Mer- chant and Paul Foster, Kappa Chi and Wesley Fellowship prexies respectively, piloted these campus religious organizations through a successful year. Lou Schweppe was business manager and Wilma Price feature editor of THE l955 PLAINSMAN. Rex Sample participated in varsity debate and was in tournaments in Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Colorado, and the West Point Academy National Tournament in New York. Gilbert Walters played the lead role in drama, "Ethan Frome." Marie Hanson was named to Who's Who. leanne Lindstrom and Marie were tapped into Cardinal Key, and Iohn Harden was chosen for Blue Key. 'How I-Tom Crews, Aubrey Forrest, Gerald Mohnkern, LaVern Richards, Ray Cyr, Richard Iackman, Lou Schweppe, Paul Foster, Ed Kauk, Edwin Cox, lim Baller, lim Miller Row 2-Mr. Slack, Van Fletcher, Gary Thomson, Iohn Rogers, Keith Bornemeier, Don Shalon, Don Rezek, Gary Van Boening, lohn Lincoln, Norman Townsend, Warren Clary, Baldwin Payn, Don Hardinger Row 3-Iohn Park, Dick Haller, Hugh Moller, Leon Miller, Roger Semin, Gary Oakeson, Eric Frey, Martin Park, Ray Apiel, lames Pearson, lim Adelson, Burnett Terman, Larry TeKolste it -5, 1 :C in -. gm tsl ti, if F REP? i 'T' 'Z 1' WYE" l- ,' 4 V I ,U 2 A, st.-.ivjrl ,QL A , ,, 'sr ' fl' - Y I 'l , . .V-- I ' "'4Qa1.' 'affix it W 1 - 1 r it Q51-I Eli-"fl: g ... N 5" if - f - , 'mf-, X "'9't?l ' it .Q-iii -" .- ' -'1 Ag rv , ' ,'- . . if . ,. .. W A Marie Hanson Dorcas Marshall Donna Wilson 1 S .fn '- . 4, i - . if-' '51 .......5:1fL-- if I if! Ieanne Lindstrorn Wilma Price councilors iohnson hall Mary Bohling-president Eleanore Rolfsmeyer-vice president Gloria McCord-secretary Cherie Olson-treasurer Jackie Iohnson, Carole Allely-House Council repre- sentatives Iohnson Hall offered almost all the conveniences of home and many that our own homes could not offer, such as the opportunity of being a part of such a large family. In the spacious, modern living room and the private record room we were free to enter- tain our guests. Evening meals in the dining room were marked by gaiety, as we could get together at the end of the day and discuss our activities, besides learning social graces. Evening devotions played a great part in our spiritual life at Iohnson Hall. Dormitory life was an experience many of us will never have again, and the friendships made through this close association we will hold dear all our lives. Row 1-Janet Baldwin, Dorothy Christner, Marie Hanson, Katie Hinrichs, Janet Voorhees, Ieanne Williams Row 2-Marial Flynn, Barbara Cox. Mary Trail, Dee Kieldgaard, Marilyn Stauber, LaDonna Steele, Carole Ienson, Donna Roudebush Row 3-Dorothy Norlin, Sandra Shearer, Carol Goeke, Eleanore Roltsmeyer, Barbara Iones, Cherie Olson, Sherry Busch, Betty Cooper L 9' 1:' s. C E5 Row 1-Pa! Warner, Valerie Ramones, Ieanne Lindstrom, Shirley Lusk, Imogene Evers, Ioan Brooker Row 2-Marilyn Alexander, Ianet Ross, Hildred Bressler, Coleen Mc Elwain, Delores Wegner, Pat Todd, Iudy Drexel, Norma Pcltzloff Row 3-loan Rech, Deanna Margritz, Nancy Tompkins, Sharon Cook, Ioellen Kennedy, Elizabeth Paine, Anita Samuels, Alice Andrews Not pictured-Carole Shooshon Row l-Betty Drbal, Gloriela Guillen, Shirley Stone, Dorcas Marshall, Helen Ebers, Shirley Hutchins, Iackie Johnson Row 2-Sharon Wood, Marjorie Meinen, Betty Kraye, Joyce Kousgaard, Alyce Bennett, Ioellen Frandsen, Rita Halterman Row 3-Nora Mae Brosheor. Gloria McCord, Mary Bohling, Ioyce Tornkvist, Luella Blair, Doris Roberts, Ianice Kellough Not pictured-Shirley Hilton KT? ,- -9 Y? Row I-Merry Texley, Carole Sachs, Karen Howell, Wilma Price, Nelva Guillen, Martha Siillwell Row 2-Marilyn Pedersen, Elaine Hohensee, Eileen Willis, Doris Peters, Carole Allely, Chloe Stairs, Ann Horner, Carol McCoy, Iudy Reidel Row 3--Lynelie Rogers, Barbara Ware, Ianice Weston, Sondra Purdy, Hazel Luginbill, Mary Beih Matson, Elaine Rohwer, Nancy Kraye Row I-Ileen Hansen, Pai Pilger, Pat Manifold, Donna Wilson, Ieanne Brown, Linda Young Row 2--Doris Colley, Ruth Sigler, Beverly Bush, Ieannine Barnard, Pat Chaffin, Shirley Gowdy, Ianei Morrison, Deloris Peters How 3-Donni Poladle, Sondra Hill, Colleen Kendrick, Agnes Fry, Shirley Stevens, lean Daintcn, Lois Meyer, Nancy Carier Not pictured-Nancy Fallick, Eleanor Snell, Carol Pike L . It CP cs cr A .1 l1 111.55 xlwl '-I ml 1,4 Mrs. R. C. Pauley Alpha Gamma Delta Mrs. Violet Shealf Crescent Mrs. Carlotta Misner Delta Zeta S W XE.. 1' fp, ,mm .lp ing-X.. 'Hn-. is -1-an housemothers l 'P -. Vs C'f1ft'f..-fri is . ,.,A '-.4 , -G." , ,r1':'gi"V Mrs. Charlotte Thurtle Theta Chi Mrs. Mary Hawes Theta Chi Mrs. C. R. Allen Willard ,,.- -1 iam N wp Miss Betty Eberhart Iohnson Hall Mrs. O. E. Dowell Phi Kappa Tau Mrs. C. A. Reynolds Phi Mu crescent Merle McDonald-president Ioe Calder-vice president Dean Powell-treasurer For the men of Crescent, the school year '54-'55 has been an exceptionally good one. In addition to contributing to varsity athletics, Crescent held its own in interiraternity compe- tition. The humdrum of the usual social lite of hour dances and informal parties was capped Gene Braymen-secretary Mrs. Violet Sheaff-housemother Mr. Marion Sederburg-faculty advisor by the bowery party and the annual silver and blue formal. Crescent contributed to campus life by pro- viding leadership in forensic honoraries, stu- dent government, music, and YMCA. All in all, the year's activities exemplified the Crescent ideals of brotherhood, character, and service. How 1-Bill Sansted, Merle McDonald, Dean Powell, Bob Chamberlain, Mother Sheaif, Ioe Calder, Don Iohnson, Duane Bennett, Chuck Haase, Lloyd White Row 2-Berwyn Jones, Milton Gouvea, Frank Hladik, Iohn Lauer, Paul Kilborn, lack Armagost, Larry Heiss, Carlyle Weiss, Paul Michaud, Kent Bond Row 3-Gene McDonald, Willotte Medow, Earl Veskerna, Earl Allison, Warren Foster, Noi-val Eberspacher. Loren Eigenberg, Clar- ence Drier, Lyle Teel, Iim Tangernan Not pictured-Lyle Buell, Gene Braymen, Lefty Hixson, Toshiro Isa, Lowell Johnson, Bernard Logan, Pete Nelson, Les Piper, Tom Plum- mer, Hal Tecker, Paul Davidson, Norman Marsh, Iohn Gustafson, Don Overton ! ....... xy' U1 s- ein... . Crescent homecom' d won second place in fraternity competi- tion shows or bronco getting cz "charge," 1ng ecorortion which Dancing at the bowery party ' ' 1 ' ..' ' , . A F, xt" 2, ,l L e tfffx-H .W .V " A It may be cold outside, but it's warm in- T I ' Tw' side. I A . ' IF ! 1 c xx Q :V-f , M,,. 1' Pledges give the house Q face-liftin g. J t i V .. f, , t o 53 2. 'it Page 125 "Milf "- hills. EI I Will blllllm The Phi Tuu's ci tcxke-off on movie, "The Day the Earth Stood Still." homecoming decoration was l r I lv E F' lu- A..,Q l At the all-night stag party Don Shanks alone looks "bushed." gn. Ex-prexy, B111 Bowmaster, Bill Hill, for the iremendous task which lays before h1m. prepares his successor Virginia Wagner, Tom Sieg, Del Iohnson, Maurice Schock, and Sharon Cook at Phi Tau pledge party. phi kappa tau Bill Bowmaster-president Gary Lemmon-vice president Hal Smith-secretary No sooner had the long lines for registra- tion began than the Taus were busily engaged in campus activities under the leadership of President Bowmaster and a capable council. The Taus maintained their leadership on campus with members Winning the presiden- cies of the junior class, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Kappa Delta, Theta Alpha Phi, Blue Key, and the vice presidency of the Student Senate. From athletics, with Cliff Kahl elected most valuable player ot the Wesleyan football team, to forensics, with Mel and Norm Dick Beishline-treasurer Mrs. O. E. Dowell-housemother Dr. Iohn Rosenstrator-faculty advisor Schwenlc, Bill Koenig, and Gary Lemmon win- ning high honors, the Taus circulated in all campus activities. Bruce Anspaugh and Gary Lemmon were found on the list of Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. The Phi Taus were proud again this year to win the scholarship trophy, as they have done every year since the last war. Highlights of the social season included the picturesque Christmas party and the sweetheart formal held at the Lincoln Hotel. Row 1-lohn Osborne. MYIUS Robison. Don Shanks, George Edgar, Norman Schwenk, Don Larkin, Maurice Schock, Bruce Ans- paugh, Gary Lemmon, Harold Shanks, Ken Moore Row 2-Del Iohnson, Darrel Seng, Don Swigert, Mel Schwenk, Dr, Rosentrater, Mother Dowell, Bill Bowmaster, Bob Abel, Clyde Sachtleben, Gary Hayden, Mick Morton, Roger Drake Row 3-Bill Hill, Stan Delahoyde, lim Bauer, Dan Roberts, Don Liles, Dwayne Lewis, Tom Sieg, Iohn Powell, Dick Oclgers, Bob Iewett, Clif! Kahl, Don Carter, Kent Sherman, Bill Koenig, Ron Bachman Row 4-Roger Grothe, lack Plummer, Tom Godbey, Gordon Metzger, Bob lones, Wayne Sorensen, Wayne Lang. lack Nispel, Dick Beishline, Duane Hubbard, Hal Smith, Bob Daniels, Rollie Barron, Darrell McGowen, Phil Bliss, lei-ry Mays No! pictured-Lew Hunter, Don Huston, Bill Buck, John Elswick, Larry Luhrs, Erv Ptetfer, Frank Mills, Arvin Blakeney, Don Haddix, Darold Priesner, Russell Lang theta chi Blaine Ricke-president Bob Petersen-Vice president Phil Lightbody-secretary Reminiscing is fun at Theta Chi. That's be- cause there are always so many good things to think back over. For instance, there was the traditional orchid formal where the 1955 Dream Girl, Ieana Lee TeSelle Petersen, was revealed. There were hour dances and parties and the fraternity breakfast and picnic at the end of the year. And there were announcements of pinnings and engagements-and the sere- nades, cigars, and trips to the showers that followed. Then there was the athletic year. Theta Chi won the intramural football championship. Seven football lettermen of the NCC cham- pionship basketball team were men of Theta Chi. Other members participated in varied non-varsity sports. There were the activities the members en- Ron Olson-treasurer Mrs, Mary Hawes-housemother Dr. Harold Hall-faculty advisor gaged in and the honors they earned. Our president was also senior class president. We had three members in Blue Key, and we could claim the presidents of Student Senate, Inter- fraternity Council, and Nebraska Academy of Sciences, The vice president of Nebraska Academy of Sciences, vice president and sec- retaries of Sigma Pi Sigma, treasurers of FTA and student Senate, and THE WESLEYAN edi- tor were all Theta Chi's. Homecoming day was a happy one for Theta Chi. The fraternity won the house dec- oration contest and two members were at- tendants to the homecoming queen. But While Theta Chi men are proud of the past, they're hopeful of even better things in the future. And, with a balanced undergraduate mem- bership and twelve new actives, the future for Theta Chi looks bright. Row 1-Larry Sandall, Elroy Nelson, Bob Behrens, lerry Price, Stan Spohr, Bill Mitchell, Brad Campbell, lim Schmidt, Iere Mitchell How 2-Ron Olson, Larry Abker, Bill Brown, Bob Petersen, Mother Hawes, Blaine Rieke, Dr. Hall, Chet Sautter, lim Anderson, Marvin Bures, Dean Crewdson, Ron Lyss Row 3-Ron Keefer, Marvin Deal, Charles Friederich, Phil Towle, Dan Fisher, Roger Hutchings, Dick Miller, Ierry Schrepf, Cecil Bas- sett, Frank Harkness, Roger Harbert, Clarke Gellermann, lack Grosvenor. Les Rivers, Vern Gibson Row 4-Duane Rexroth, Leon Taylor, Gerald Bacon, Dale Fredstrom, Ron Ricketts, Neil Stein, LeRoy Willoughby, Chuck Bagby, Keene Huettle, Dewain Crewcison, Vernon Nicodemus, Bob Starr, Dick Keller, Phil Lighibody Not pictured-Rodger Felix, Ierry Holland, Ierry Kroeger, Richard Oaks, Bill Phillips, Dewey Van Cleave ,.,,. .V.-,. . r qs. f N'23 PHT!-' Wf5LE'YN'i nz-HF:-:aku-1115 MV DVS I'+ lf!-'I Zl-ll 'il-III I: D I'-1 IZ E I: Theta Chi home oming d t' t k first place in fraternity comegeggiaimfl oo 1'b FI UNECUQLNE EERE, r f -,J Whether it's sunny or snowy-the Theta Chi's are always on hand io serenade the sororities. 1955 Dream Girl, Ieana Lee Petersen L dances with her husband, Bob. Marvin Bures Krightl points gun ai Marvin ,- Yost as Ierry Kroeger looks on unalarmed. -' A A W Club sweetheart, Marilyn Kroeger, and senior, junior, and sophomore class atten- dcmts-Io Smifh, Icmet Miller, Ianet Deck- inger The Alpha Gems intended the tecrm to "sew up" ci homecoming victory. n I I Gems enjoying cz firesicle. These "lads" cmd Icrssies crre Alpha Germs during rush pcxr- ties. alpha gamma delta Aileen Lowson-president Ieono Lee Petersen-first vice president Willa Io Cromer-second vice president Eudoris Gideon-secretory Gayle Collins-treasurer Mrs. R. C. Pauley-housernother Mrs. Robert Marshall-faculty advisor Reminiscin' about life in the Gam House, 1954-1955, brings back memories tor every girl in our group in every letter of our name. All the experiences of our golden anniversary convention in Quebec, Conodo, we shared this folly Lots of excitement during rush week: Pleasure over our tea honoring our grand pres- ident: Homecoming, with hard work and hon- ors tor W Club sweetheart, Marilyn Kyes Kroeger, and three class attendants, Actual "good times" at our "hard luck party", Guests ot our Thanksgiving dinner: All the memories of the Ponhellenic Ball, our firesides, with sing- ing and announcements followed by sere- nodes: Much pride and happiness for Ioy Newbury when she appeared with the Lincoln Symphony os audition winner: Mony hours of study and the rewords for it when names of sisters were found on the honor roll and honor- aries, and Aileen Lowson and Elaine Kronclak were nominated to Who's Who, All our glad- ness for Ieana Lee Petersen, chosen Theto Chi dreom girl, and Delight for Elaine Krondok when she was named Big Snob, Enjoyable companionship with alums at our impressive feast of roses: Loads of excitement at the for- mal, The incomparable experience of living together, A mingled feeling of happiness and sadness ot our Moy breakfast bringing onother year to o close. Put them oll together, they spell ALPHA GAMMA DELTA-our home, our friends, our fraternity. Rowstl-f-lcalce Spencer, Io Smith, Io Saathofi, Charlotte Wagner, Louise Savidge, lay Newbury, leanne Williams, Pat Doty, Martha we Row 2-Gayle Collins, Virginia Rath, lane Lar e, Willa Io Cramer, Ieana Lee Petersen, Mother Pauley, Aileen Lowson, Faye Mar- tens, Ianet George, Rita Halterman, lean iyes, Ioyce Tornk vist How 3-Marjorie Heath, Sheryl Yulesler, Beverly Strom, Kathryn Hinrichs, loan Huff, Mary Beth Matson, Elaine Krondak, Hildred Bressler. lane! Deckinger, Io Lautenschlager, Iolene Munclerloh, Madelyn Hilgenleld, Mary Io Braymen, Connie Coleman, Helen Hirschielcl, Icmet Hare Row 4-Loretta Loos, Loyce Carstens, Iackie Iohnson, Vero Ianke Kay Whitney, Phyllis Eitner, lanet Turner, Ieanene Krause, lean- ette Krause, Mary Williams, Ianet Miller, Eudoris Gideon, Carmen Gates, Margaret Hrubesky, Marlene Evans, Carolyn Weath- erhogq, Carol Cramer Not pictured-Carole Tietjen, Hazel Luginbill, Marilyn Kroeger, IOYCe Luginbill all 94 2. 'I Q- 'Q -1 o '. V 1 ,' , If ' , 1 I 'f A . ' f .- f L t t W 9, h -4 L41 L i ig tl pin- Mr- MF, gi .iv V2 ' 5 i - . f . -, - . - - Q f -L . 1 .g, 4 V ' V - . V' , ' I T V W. .K rx , 5 , , f i , J ,,. T t E4 X Q -I ' X - , " V, f 1 , f 1 4' Q , , ' - I - . 1 h 6 . , i it B 435- 5 s , ei, ., , -f- -x l ir J' 'F' 7 if W7 11, A .,, , Nv- ,- 6, . A "VJ mL ., JAPV' ai . v , delta Ruby Vrana-president Sue McClelland-first vice president loan Iohnson-second vice president zeta Marilyn Linton-secretary Virginia Peters-treasurer Mrs. Carlotta Misner-housemother Miss Nettie Clark-faculty advisor lt has been a bright and busy year for the Delta Zetas at 50th and Madison. Five girls who attended National Convention at St. Louis in lune returned with a host of new ideas for the coming year and a recording of snappy Delta Zeta tunes which was presented to every Delta Zeta chapter during convention. In September we serenaded the Wesleyan fraternities presenting each with a platter to be used at hour dances. Once again this year many of our busy Delta Zetas participated in Plainsman Theatre productionsg many with principal parts. Others were included in spring tours which took them to different parts oi Ne- braska and neighboring states. As Valentines Day rolled around, our Delta Zeta gals presented their second annual Valentine serenade to the fraternities. And February 25th saw 50 gals and their beaus at the annual Delta Zeta rose formal and din- ner at the Lincoln Hotel. As winter's cold dreary days came to an end, and the warm spring air returned once more we gave a tea on April 17 at the chapter house in honor of our retiring housemother, Mrs. Carlotta Misner. These are only a few of the highlights of a successful year for Delta Zeta, and with the enthusiastic support of future DZs our house should see many more. RowPlTValerie Kremenesky, lean Barber, Phyllis Edgar, Betty Thurman, loan Iohnson, Ruth Guthrie, l..aVeta Underwood, Virginia E ETS Row 2-Ianet Greenwood, Ardis Sterner, Erin Murphy, Bev Ellis, Alice Gentry, Mother Misner, Ruby Vrana, Helen Penton, Marilyn Gunn, Chloe Stairs Row 3-Liz Paine Nora Mae Brashear, Dorothy Christner, Linda Young, Lois Meyer, lclona Vodehnal, Ioy Koenig, Dorothy Sharp, Judy Drexel, Ianet Voorhees, Io Vrana, ludy Reidel, Liz Webster How 4-Lynnette Bush, Iudg Cook, Alyce Bennett, Sharon Cook, Sharon Berck, Ioyce Kousgaard, Lois Smit, Marilyn Linton, Connie Peters Sondra Purdy hirle Gowd Ann Root Carlene B rb , . y y, , a er, Carol May Not pictured-Janet Morrison, Florence Hanson, Phyllis Harvey, Louise Stone Lewis J, I , 1 -. p t . .4 1 it Ni DZ theme for homecoming decora- tion was Liberace playing the team to victory. fa' X-F' i lt They don't look like this in classes. i, It's not Arthur Godfrey and "cr friend," it's Phyllis Edgar and Con- nie Peters. .., nt 1 4 1 v - 1 i A X . I "4 X . lg 1 ,ee 4, MN., x , , ,J The first semester pledge class en- tertains the cxctives with a root-top Serenade. Page 133 Wi Phi Mu homecoming decoration won sec- ond place in sorority competition this year. KD R S Susan Wilkinson "mugs" it while lane Trautman, LaVonne Weston, and Bev Nelson keep trimming the tree. S Q T f--. ga-id She must have gotten the gilt she wanted. Helping celebrate another anniversary are Rita Lehr, Iuanalee Oesimann, Bev Mon- son, Bev Nelson, and Dorothy Stroy. phi mu Iuanalee Oestmann-president Bev Monson-vice president Marcia Toombs-secretary P is for the Phi Mu spring formal held at the Lincoln Hotel, the edgewater beach and Phi Mu sweet shoppe parties held this year. H is for the hour-dances held with the three fraternities on campus-especially those breakfast hour dances where the dancing is fun and the pancakes and coffee hit the spot. I is for initiation when the pledges become ac- tives of the second oldest national fraternity in the United States. M is for Mother Reynolds who reigns as queen in our home away from Dorothy Stroy-treasurer Mrs. B. A. Reynolds-housemother Miss Mary Holding-faculty advisor home." U is for the understanding and un- selfishness that each Phi Mu tries to maintain for her sisters at Wesleyan. The winning of the best booth at the CCD carnival, Bev Monson being an attendant to the homecoming sweetheart, winning first in intramural basketball and soccer baseball, Phi Mu-Theta Chi steak fry, and placing sec- ond in homecoming decorations will be re- membered by the Phi Mu s of 1954-55. How I--Mary Anderson Addie Schmitt Mary Trail Nita Matz Pat Manifold Marilynn Todd Donna Kovarik How 2--Barb Binning lean Burger Susan Wilkinson Iuanalee Oestmann Mother Reynolds Maryyean Ritter Bev Monson Barbara Cox Iody Ourth Row 3-Dorothy Stroy lane Biddle Rita Lehr LaVonne Weston lane Trautman Fran Babbel, lody Fussell Marilyn Horalek, Vivian Schwier Phyllis Rudd Iulie Robson Bev Nelson, Marilyn Hahn Ianice We ton Bev George Carol Ladine I ll 1 Row 4-Pat Warner, Barb Gaede, lean Dainton, Sandra Hendrickseri, Marcia Toornbs, Ioyce Broyles, Shirley Rexroth, Huberta Beal, . V 4 I +' ' I F A 1' .Ea 'lg' 561: Q 'J .. i 'll ll K ft iid, lg' , 4. ' f ' , 'N -. 5 V- 3' if-ty-S 4 Q , ,Q -V . Q, 3, ,151 --til' -,. V 'agar 9 an , . M v1 K-5, Willard Carolyn Rudd-president Ian Pitcaithley-vice president Marilyn McClurg-secretary lust mention the Word "remember" to any oi Willards, and We'll start reminiscing about our year at Wesleyan. We'll remember the first fireside and the twenty-one new pledges, the hayraclc ride on that crisp clear night and the rose teag the formal dinner before Christmas, the pinnings, engagements, and sweetheart serenadesg the spring formal and the never-to-be-forgotten Beryl Feather-house manager Mrs. C. R. Allen-housemother Miss Pauline Slonecker-faculty advisor crest breakfast during our Willard Weekend. We'll remember with pride our accomp- lishments and honors-our prize Winning homecoming decoration, representatives in campus activities, such as, Cardinal Key, Cog's, Who's Who, the theatre, and cheer- leaders. It has been a wonderful year we won't forget. Row l-lanet Ross, Margaret Schlichtemier, Sue Young, Betty Ienlcins, Ioan Brooker, Ioan Dutton, Marial Flynn Row Z-Danni Potadle, Margie Schlichtemier, Mary lo Farrar, Ian Pitcaithley, Carolyn Rudd, Mother Allen, Marilyn Wagner, Marty Campbell, Shirley Mcllrdle, Sandra Sack Row 3-Marlys Nelson, Dee Kjeldgaard, Carolyn Watson, Marilyn Alexander, lanet Baldwin, Iean Leach, Karen Christopher, Vir- ginia Wagner, Lois Vlach, Doris Roberts, Sandra Shearer, Carol McCoy, Sheralee Hill, Colleen Kendrick Row 4-Iackie Burke, Cherie Olson, Nancy Tompkins, Kareen Nelson, Eleanor Snell, Beryl Feather, Barbara Iones, Sondra Hill, Mary Bohling, Kathy Calvert, Ianice Gaibler, Ianet Wooclcock, Marjorie Meinen, Kathy Read, Ioanne Root svn' rv f x 1 l Q 6- The Willcirds placed first in homecoming decorations this year with their lovecrble snowman. Willords have iiresides, too, cmd "fun" describes them cril. Some Wiliards on their woy to cr picnic. i v PLAINSNEN SNOW tn UNDE R M' al Carolyn Watson caught Q flying saucer. .4 W ff JE: 3 C' Athletics Varsity .... Men's Intramurals . Women's Intramurals 9 ' + hfliisrr Tx li LVL . . r - , ' l .. I . .- . - ' .nllIH'- ll: ' 511, ., er. I Y Z iii ll' A5 l x ll A ,.."' le 4 1- v., ' ' ' PY '- If at.. ., f I 'C- l W W ,,, fl ' Ron Bachman Doug Iohnson .J ,N ' VV A1 kk. H x if Phil Lightbody Bob Starr 5 5 up 'Xxx S 1. " LQ, E5 - 4 'f o ff " Bill Buck Clill Kahl . o .E V :rf Q3 , ,AY-,na No.3 . ra Er ul f 3 ,4 " -'QW , Ralph Farrar Fl on Kee fe r 1, lu fs: ,V 'Q ' Q ll W ll -- sg. it 1 -S. 'E-" ' Harold Gustafson Dick Keller 'Fe 1955 plainsman football lettermen Al: 'le 5 'i I if 'Q l A J 7' J l lk 5 . gas fl fr Gordon Metzger Leon Taylor aff?- Q 5 X ., ' , , .,' w 'i 4, 5 Bill Monchow Boyd Thompson K .1 1 g l ' l ,A x X N F 7 Irv J 1 41 . 1 4 ' lc: J E 13 U , f W' 1 ii f Pele Nelson LeRoy Willoughby ' Vmlffisrx l ,HP . N 5 f'v l s x r 'X V415-f , 1 A . Y - ln M . A-V-snefwgv , .- i I 6- k f ' si ' N u. .."i Roger Harbert Rex Kellough A- Q' Les Piper lack Willlang Q J . s Q, - . + "J ' f VY-..-.-"U . --,,...,-mf H , ' ,f-' "" ' ,.4- -1 r . - 1 ' - Y-re, 'i V. 'ff inf F',??5., g yy ,' L , 5, 1 ,-'VV-fJ,'..5::K-HL -an 1 Cx ave Scmforcl Nelson e DeW9Y van I Co-coplolin C0-Cflplcm . What cr study in expressions! Dewciin Crewdson, Dick Keller, head cocrch Kieth Skogmcm, couch Ted Russ, Bernie Termcm, Ierome Nicl-cell, Dori Phillips, Bob Burhcam, Les Piper, Blaine Rieke, Roger Herbert, Page 141 Sanford Nelson takes out two Buena Vistcx blockers, as Bill Buck crushes through the line. Cocrch Skogmcn briefs his players in the dressing room at halftime. J' ' 1 Page 142 Pete Nelson attempts to amuse the opposition. The Record 3 wins 6 losses 1 tie Wesleyan Opponent 13 Buena Vista ................ ................ 0 14 Northwest Missouri ..... ......... 2 0 0 Chadron .....,................ ........ 6 6 Kearney .... .......... 6 0 Doane .... ,,4,,,,,,, 1 U 14 Wayne ...... ,.,,,,,,,, 1 2 20 Midland .... ,,,,,, U 6 Hastings ....... .,,,A.,,,, 2 1 0 Peru ............................................ ......... 4 0 18 Kansas Wesleyan ........................................ 20 The 1954 Plainsman football team. coached by Kieth Skogman, bettered the 1953 record, although gaining only three wins and one tie. The Plainsmen only scored 91 points to the opposition's 135, but gave almost every team a real battle and lost several games that could be called heartbreakers. Injuries to some of the key players in midseason hampered the Plainsman chances. 1-lalfback Cliff Kahl led the Plainsmen in four statistical departments-individual rush- ing . . 61.1 yards per game average, pass re- ceiving . . catching 10 balls for 194 yards and one touchdown pass, offense . . individual leader, and he led the team in scoring for the second straight year. Team totals were-rushing . . 1621 yards or game average of 162.1 yards. Wesleyan threw 137 passes, completed 43, had 12 intercepted, and gained a total of 604 yards in the air for a game average of 60.4 yards. Wesleyan had two scoring passes, and the total offensive net gain was 2225 yards gained or a 222.5 yards per game. Opponents yardage gains were 238.2 per game. Wesleyan was penalized 490 yards while opponents lost 513 by penalties. Wesleyan fumbled 26 times and recovered 38 fumbles, while the ten opponents fumbled 41 times and recovered 29 times. Only three seniors were lost by gradua- tion, so with a veteran team the 1955 season looks brighter. Page 143 E assistant coaches H ' " ' me ZX J 1:-J v is I w 5 X ' s W' 'I X16 W lb i T' NJ Earl Iohnson Moon Mullen Irv Peterson ' Ted Russ .5 'x sniff ,ET s 3 . f, 9 . I ir' 3 ' V- Ai XX , ri , In Co-coptcrins Dewey Yam Cleove and Sanford Nel- Cliff K hl ,f son at ihe homecoming bonfire. C1 was voted th player by his teammates- e most valuable Page 145 K' 3 9 K' f 1 5 'sf Row 1-Ted Russ, assistant coach, Mel Sheary, Ierry Kroeger, Lyle Buell, Lowell lohnson, lerry Holland, coach Peterson Row 2-Loren Eigenberq, trainer, Iohn Hcrrclen, Richard Iennings, Ron Ioekel, Bob Daniels, Foster McGuire, lack Wood 1955 ncc champions THE SCOREBOARD 21 Wins-5 Losses Wesleyan Opponent 76 Dana .............. ............. 4 3 85 Augustana ............,.......... ...... 5 4 69 Wheaton Ill. College ........ .......... 1 08 70 Northern Ill. College .......... ...... 6 8 67 Omaha University .....,... ...... 6 9 87 Huron, S. D ................ ...... 7 4 62 St. Thomas ........ ...... 6 4 88 Concordia .... ...... 5 6 70 Chadron ,.... ...... 5 9 98 Chadron ..... ...,.. 7 8 68 Doane ..... ...... 4 5 71 Peru ..,.. ...... 6 9 71 Doane ..... ...... 6 6 82 Kearney ..... ...... 6 7 Wesleyan Opponent 89 Hastings ........ 75 Wayne ...... 83 47 88 Midland .....,. 50 79 Kearney ....... 59 73 Wayne ...., 71 55 Midland ....... 62 92 Peru ........... 66 69 Hastings .................. 72 85 Omaha University .......,. 74 75 Omaha University ..,....... 55 86 Geneva, Pa. College ...... 80 69 Southeastern OklClhOmCl ......... ------ 1 05 2,006 Totals 1.765 Page 147 I s 6 . . .Uh .A ' , ,,I, 'xt r V-,Af-Uv L, f 'f-mmf -' -wtf l Page 150 LM-.f'f DR. IRVIN L. PETERSON Head Basketball Coach Coach Peterson holds the NCC championship trophy, the NAIA district trophy, and the trophy won at the Huron, S. D. tournament. I l - 4 1 cal'- Six seniors played their last college game in 1955. Mel She-ary, Richard Iennings, Lyle Buell, Iohn Harden, and Ierry Kroeger. Paul Fredstrom, not pictured. A Sf Dir . r' .ig l 'S 5 K fi, Loren Eigenberg Trainer Jfi 1 . r r-wfi Ron Olson Freshman coach Page 151 Stan Spohr, cr distance runner, gets some tips from lirwx A I coach Kieth Skogman. trac k .Bob Daniels was a bright 'spot on the squad, winning javelin contests. .1-Q . lim -:E-. Ed Koudele helps Ierry Holland measure the high jump. Cliff Kahl sets the starting blocks. Harvey Hutton looks on as Mick morton and Larry Pollarrd measure his broad jump distance. ... t-...J 1 qaks va 'KJ' rl ' 'lv Dick Keller waits while Bob Starr sets his block s. Iolm Harden, a senior, was a valuable ' If trackman in the hurdles, high jump and ' pole vault. N - .',' While iecrmmate lack Wiltiarig steadies the tape, 5'4" lim Byrd stretches to show how high he jumped. He cleared 6' , at the meet in Omaha. 45 ,il W Q, . ' lv-M i A M- . 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XQYS C .. , ,,.r, -.-,l ,-5--' ' T", "V, f"Tl-X141 ' re r 880 Yards . .. ee . ' fi, '---"'i':1:Q " - 1435 1 A,.4'?"ff1 , A 'i r zyl lzlg y-A I , Page 153 404 D IRVIN L PETERSON TED RUSS Head Baseball Coach Assxstant Coach Dlck Barrett Warren Foster Pltcher "" X Pncher X 1 f X . , X : 1 191 ff I r. VEQQ Q r i , v fe r. , --,.i' ,Z I V 7. f --i-g,. -.f:.--- ,f y v 1 r, ,, .44.,k,,feif'5 .-5.3 vi, 1 14qi'?? Ak U A- ' I, 9' 2- -QW-'?"' 1 4 A'Vii'f'7- :.Jf,'a?i"wf,,1f M Ae, , wi 52:4 10 , - :2f'!,!1Q:f , girl"-,,'3.: .347 V..-g??,,"1'r..9 .4 ' T. 'i,1"'J'q:'Ll: . ,UP .i J..,,,5,. fimgjffeffsf 1 -2,-' '. Yu!-'21 ,?y:5r2gf - ' , WP! Lrg-QF1-fr' tzi,f15,i,2,, me,-:fag 'L -'f .. ' ' 11, 531 Y ,z efiffkgv , ,xyaigifagjfgi fd P ,536 ,,..i1,I-Igt1gjg.,7 W 'n-mf . ' .'51"Qff',:vr--" ,-N,33f,i1.w5rg.?Kf'z Aw'-1 ia- .fr ww -g Riff -r r ' '35, I 1 fwfr 'n 'J-'F'-2'1"-l'95K::'Q 5:9546-V E95 fi? z,.L-.af3Ri'fT4f ' "- f., fQQq.5-V ff A 1 UP' 4 R" ,T s"x'- f.-If-2',,,'1.-7:19 mam...-1 .- ,il ui , . Mgt, .+V - 1. -' : 5- f . uf' 1' fi-mffi' 9,2 , -QQ? 4 1 - -QF? '13 2 1 J' -'rm' Marvin Deal Pitcher The Plainsmcm infield pauses between innings - Charles Ege, Ron Keeler, Ierry Kroeg er, Ron Berchmcm. Row 2 Burnett Termarx Chuck Hacxse Bob Behrens Icxck Plummer Rodger Felxx Ron Ioekel, Erv Hietbrink, Iere Mitchell Q uR Page 156 Richard Iennings, Blaine Rieke, Bob Petersen, cmd Elroy Nelson relax after cr round of golf. golf Ken Moore and Roger Horbert were pushing the top four for varsity positions. 'wr- ,.-me I 1 ' I 1 B111 1-1111 D1ck Belshlme, Gene Braymen cmd Rollie Barron take time out. .f .+. Ai -j- - - Q T.-,I "' 1- ':. f-V: 1' ' ' 1-,., . ' .- ,.' ' AJ l. , -,199 I ,.,.1, , -Ffljif f:424?' fJ51 -71 315' "7 -,5...-...,.1g.5i, it ,y - '57 Z1 1 nm, '. - , - , .'g?Lk,iQ::vi I E wx, :- , 1 I. , -, . H " , . . wav' vvf' W V V-T..-1.-1 "-'S-vm. Yk -navy men's intramurals sg' 'V u 3, 1 : , '51 71 L 'Q J ' e e 1 iw . gl A- New "Get set, go!"-in the start of the 440 yard dash. PHI KAPPA TAU-Men's Intramural Basketball Champions Row I-Dick Beishline, Bill Bowmaster, Cliff Kahl, Gordon Meizger How Z-Don Liles, Harold Shanks, Ron Bachman Not piclured-Bob Abel, Erv Pfeifer M A Q V an-al. I Page 158 ....,,.s. -f Q ' , J , P .4 I ,.g'! . ' -x,, , , , 3 'J' I fi, 11,2 ,J 'F 1, r t' 4 A 5 I 'Q . " ' I 1 P" , . f , S' l 1 Paul Mxchcxud Leon Mxller 'i 'A -v?Y1v 1 Row I Ierry Pnce Ron Olson, Marvin Deal, Hon Lyss, Bob Petersen Row Z-Dean Crewdson Phil Towle, Chuck Bcgby, Les Rwers Larry Scmdall Ron Rlcketis THETA CHI Mens Intramural Football and Trcrck Chczmplons women's intramurals N" 1' MRS. CHELYS HESTER Wornen's Intramural Director CAROL MCCOY Free-throw Champion Shm-on Berck W . T , 5 I 4 A . , l X V 2, ,J xx 0 , bk, zu, L 1 L How I-Marilynn Todd, Dorothy Stroy, Bev Monson, Carol Lacline, Bev Nelson Row 2-Barbara Gaede, lane Riddle, Fran Bcbbel, Shirley Rexroih PHI MU-Soccer Baseball and Basketball Champions BARBS-Women's Volleyball Champions Row I-Beity Cooper, Margare! Vogt, Bonnie Gadtel, Doris Colley Row 2-Beverly Bush, Ieanne Brown, Valerie Ramones, Ioellen Kennedy S, . up - K Uv-1 M.. I ,. I .. Q ,J PQ: gf " UTM EP N-1 Q , . I I if V. k- I A:-X 21: U 'ff' Al' l N . in -'alll e:,?.,,v"1 ',. za. 57,1 , .P-A4 V - A Q . ,U ,QM Il H V YQ: Y 1' rr 1 1 -" X M 3 j, i", f --.,-,,l:4"5gL,, 11 : - . 1 'Quai 'M' ' .5254-, 5 rn 53 iilliirl. 2 r 3 65: H - Men's physical education classes work out on the trampoline. Wesleyan can boast one of the finest phys- ical education plants-lra I. Taylor Gymna- sium-in this section of the country. This mod- em gymnasium gives suitable facilities for in- door sports as Well as for the development of the physical side of the student. Page 1 62 Outstanding features of this 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 lounge. Seen in the corrective exercise room are Dewey Van Cleave, Bill Minchow, a phys- ical therapy major, and Charles Ege. Paul Fredstrom is on the table. fl." yes. I vm "Did he mczke it?" ,. my ,,,v1f?4,,,,,, ,f,-nf". ,n9727WVW"n' ?5m, f....,,,,,wy,wa7 ,421 , I ily fu I l- A . -ffrlxuvdworrgglff - TWH: Xiaqwwrqyzk MQ ff,Ji"f" X NME ,W ,, .X 10' I KX '! 7 X H ,, Hi o 'Vg I I - N I AH! sports shots f"'5 f flljlrl The "tough" Ploinsmcm football team fb, A J -'W 1, an aff "0 ff Q 2 0 0 l ',.f 1 . V? X Z . xN W W In , A V Y ,: i F1 r' Lb' A jA A X :'-.5fi2'f'E7frQ'3Z .ff .J . L: , Indicln wcu- dcmce by Foster McGuire, IHGI1. Page 163 t I E' Ak Features Student Life . Beauty Queens Spring Fete . 4 + -.x yy 6 Xi ' the fall of 1954 The Y-Retreat featuring songs, games, and a picnic provides a chance for the new students to get acquainted. During a "time-out", upperclassmen in-- form them of the different campus organizations and ac- tivities. Bill Brown barks out some game instructions. Later Eileen Willis, Mary Trail, Mary Williams, Stan McDon- ald, and LeRoy Willoughby fill their plates. New girls are entertained after the first day of classes at the YWCA "big sister-little sister" coke party. Karen Norton chats with Lois Vlach, Kay Whitney, Iackie Reno, Marilyn Hahn, Ierry Priesner, Shirley Hutchins, Ianet Deckinger, Mary Trail, and Marial Flynn. gf Mrs. Luschei answers innumerable questions in helping students reg- A ister. Seen in her office - are Victor Vasquez, Ioanne Root, Iody Ourth, ' Larry Hess, Marilynn l Todd, Carol McCoy, Ianet Ross, and Ardis r 1 Sterner. Early in September the Wesleyan campus saw a new crop of freshmen arrive, followed soon by members of the upper classes. Iohnson Hall comes alive when 100 freshmen girls move in. Marilyn Alexander, Ann Horner, and Carole Ienson carry their luggage up the steps into their new home. M gl il t I The Chancel1or's reception is the first for- mal function ot the year. Chan and Mrs. Forrest greet Jerry Price and Larry Sandall after they have been introduced by Mrs. Luschei. Rushees attending a Delta Zeta rush party are Kathy Read, Liz Webster, Phyllis Harvey, and Huberta Beal. During rush Week each sorority held open house, "get acquainted" and formal parties, coffee hour, and a Sunday afternoon tea. The climax of rush week is a fireside at each sorority house after preferencing. Ianet Woodcock, Stan Delahoyde and Liz Webster, with shoes in hand portray the "well-dressed Wes leyan freshmen on September 23 1954. Traditions Day is but once a year, tor which all freshmen are glad. Upperclassmen-in purple, yellow, and red- delight in seeing the strange creatures in green Walking around campus all day carrying green bars of soap or green bricks, Wearing their clothes backwards, and boys instead of the girls wearing make-up. Phil Bliss is about to lower the green brick on the toes of Brad Cate, a senior. An unidentified freshman assists by holding Brad's foot, while Phil Towle watches with interest. Dean Dahl, Chan Forrest, George Knight, Bill Brown, and Rev. Robert Townsend, each "dig in" during the groundbreaking ceremony for the new men's residence hall. This was one of many homecoming activities. Before the homecoming football game be- tween Wesleyan and Hastings, alurns and students gathered in the gym for the chuck wagon feed. The awards for the best homecoming decorations were presented at halftime. Blaine Rieke accepts the plaque for the winning Theta Chis from Panhellenic president, Lynnette Bush. Carolyn Rudd, Willard prexy, is not go- ing to let anyone get the plaque away from her after it was presented by Frank Harkness, Interiraternity Council president. marilyn kroeger homecoming queen Marilyn is escorted off the football field by W Club vice president Mel Sheary after she was presented a bouquet of red roses, the W Club gold medallion, and the traditional kiss. K QR' ri, t fl.-3 A l ' T gf f BEVERLY MONSON Attendant Page 168 CR- CAROLYN RUDD Attendant Crescents didnt shave for weeks prior to their annual bowery party Duane Bennett and Ianet Greenwood received cups for the best costumes Pete Nelson re- Bxshop Watts reads the vows to A Leland Forrest as he becomes the twelfth Chancellor of Nebraska Wes- leyan University Dr Davidson Bradshaw Mintener, Dean Dahl and George Knight are seen in the back- Mrs. Swinloank cuts the cake at the lOUth birthday celebration of the YWCA while Ianet Miller and Virginia Wagner look on. The YMCA members came to sing "happy birthday" and stayed to enjoy games and refreshments. Students dance at a sock hop after one of the games. l t u- . 1 Winter comes to the Wesleyan campus as it takes on a coat of white. The evergreens around old Main proudly show off their branches covered with glistening snow. 'lava-R "ll 1 0 wg 1 QAM4' A ef , The Christmas observance on campus with the matin services held the four days before vaca- tion is sponsored by thenYQ' lean Barber led the Worship service the morning Chuck Bagby spoke. Iohn Park, Bob Ieambey cmd Rex were the other three matin speakers. Page 1 70 Sample ,fb The torch light procession which begins the Noel Observance, concludes with a carol service in front of "Old Main" and the giving of a Christmas present to Chan. Miss Hold- ing leads the songs. Communion by candlelight is a meaningful event which immediately follows the caroling. Don Overton, Coleen McE1wain and Idona Vod- ehnal receive the sacrament from Chancellor Forrest. lt's 1955 and back to th e campus again alter vaca- tion. 'WN J. l Classes for second semes- ter have been chosen and the cards are all filled out. Mrs. Luschei does the final checking cmd then it's on to the treasurer to pay the bill for Beverly Bush, Io- ellen Kennedy, Paul Fos- ter, Fran Babbel, Ioellen Frandsen, and Irene Bloomgren. . 1 9' A .. A 1' Dr. Allan Knight Chalmers , 'f , from Boston Theological Sern- ', ' inary was the Religious Em- ' phasis Week speaker. Dick Odgers talks with Dr. Chal- mers before one of the chapel programs. parent's night Something newl Parents were invited to attend the Wesleyan-Chadron basketball game and had a chance to become acquainted with instructors and other students' parents. Over 400 parents came. Nancy Carter, lim Klusman, Dorothy Norlin, Co- leen McElwain, Karen Norton, and Elaine Ho- hensee, sort and pack clothes to be sent over- seas. The Community Service commission of the Y sponsored the clothing drive. Page 171 The survey team, Finch, Blair, Karm, Wicke, Bender, talk with Chancellor Forrest. These men visited our campus for a week, ap- praised different functions and made sug- gestions ior corrections, On senior recognition day, Lew Hunter, Car- olyn Rudd, Iohn Harden, Ioan Iohnson, Helen Hirshfeld and Geraldine Raymond, seniors, are seen passing between lines formed by members ot the junior class. M Rex Bevins, chaplain, and Ray Kirk, secre- tary-treasurer, listen to senior class orator, Bob Ieambey, speak on "So What",on senior recognition day. B r y a n student n u r s e s a r e capped. Page 172 , ,, These girls are a part of Wes- leyan for they take some courses here. Pat Adams, Donna Hankins, Carolyn Rohrig, Mary Barnes, Nina Hogle, Roma Bjorklund, Marcene Burger, Connie Crews, Norma Koclc, lane Williams, Han- nah Brown, Evelyn Nietenstein, Marilyn Sommer, Kathie Keefe, Mary Wood, and Doris Piper, hold their Florence Nightingale lamps after being capped by their "big sister" at Christ Meth- odist Church. Chancellor Forrest presents the morning meditation during chapel. The campus chest drive goal was Sl,O0U. After the "kick-off" convo- cation program, CCD co-chairmen, Carolyn Rudd and Bill Brown look at the thermometer which shows that the goal was met. '-:!:1:2:2:2:f:5:5- qiizsgggigf While Dr. Hall auctions a late ,g.3.,.,. . . . :-:-1313225 leave, Dean Evans keeps his eye on bidders in the audience at the pa- pep club auction. l Iay Newbury was chosen winner of the Lincoln Symphony auditions this year. Miss Mary Holding, one of our voice instructors, studied in Italy at the University of Milan during the second se- mester. Page 173 Spring days attract many students to the library steps rather than to the study tables inside. Stopping a lew minutes to chat are Gordon Metzger, Bob Iewettf Carole Allely, lack Buckingham, Ianet Miller and lean Leach. Vera Ianke and Tom Perkins Roger Hutchings and Wilma Price make plans for the Easter matins which were held just before spring vacation. Wes Poe and George Miller receive W Club medallions from coach Kieth Skogman for being selected 1955 alumni honor athletes. :QL Y -. .ffl , fm. 4,- 'Nui-'S t,af mfr. YU? .Af Marie Hanson "taps" Ieana Lee Petersen as ' a candidate for Cardinal Key. Blaine Rieke, presents Ierry Kroeger with the first annual Blue Key sportsman award at the all-sports banquet. At the Panhellenic luncheon, the sorority scholarship trophy was awarded to Alpha Gamma Delta. New President Faye Martens receives the trophy from Miss Halbert. Dr. Mickey presents the fraternity scholar- ship trophy to Phi Kappa Tau. President Bill Bowmaster accepts. 'D A' Ian Pitcaithley, Ioan Iohnson, Merle McDonald, Earl Veskerna and Mrs. A. Leland Forrest at the FTA tea. At the Student Senate president and vice-president elec- tion convocation, candidates state their platforms, Seated are Ianet George, Bill Brown, retiring senate president, Aubrey Forrest, Chuck Bagby. Marilyn Wagner is at the mike. x 'Sf A K Dr. Gaston Foote, noted speaker and Methodist minister, was brought to our campus under YM-YWCA sponsorship. Iean Leach checks some information with him. V- bl. N-1" , In 93. . 91. ' --'- ee- Y N -t ' . - '21 ',11i-j'-E.-93252 , Q Sqft, J.t!9'3IifTfllQ5,kQ-,,v ' fr rs . K t 7 :Ut 1 ..z-w.f5t,.-fig"-YL '-terwxc-4.': ' 2' M 4 ,-:wi+2f1s.t1mfivw-v:v"11 uf - . ', -. -7.E,"'f15f,i,'5S-eg-J:,xf',:sitrfgfs'-51' . ' t , if . st3:agf29?5:5lfg:g,y7,'z A 'Z 'iv ' 4. "-'F 'HL '41-V: f':' 't' .3 - '. 5 p fsvf' 1 .rr .. ' - Q L, rfiz:a1:.w'f":i'?'-'Y'."f1-atm- l' 1. . . ,J ,, A. . vqw '-.QM A., l -- - vi 5..lip',a'gtvyist5s,1s1h5fdwg?-A I, V: ' 5 -if' ":J'fE1'. W55fl!4H.'5if5f:T-rgga--"' iii. . 'gpm P' J- 4 ?aa.,':.?:s 1 act' yr-gg l 7 , ' WASU JSQI-. 'c h tlyfpi . .,....,NW Page 1 75 x Elaine Krondak and Ierry Kroeger proudly display the trophies they were presented at the Interlraternity dance, where they were revealed as "Big Snob" and "Old Grouchf' Q . U 'v .. , j " "m, ' 7-35l ": . ii! 3 13 . 1 wi 5 1 5,53 Q 1 I ' ' 1 s ' L . . fling A 1. 4- ff- Wm , 9 --5 Q F'5'i1'q , -V , ai.:- 'S A 592 ' l ' 2 GT, ' 'L:l"gP we 'f ,L Fw, 1,11 lb:-if 111' fi , 'K-1' I .ge is ' rn .1511--nezq , .,,.. f .Mx ': GEF" ideal plainswoman Q- M. Chi dream gm.1eQ,,C, tee 'N ----4 and ideal plainsman t .V X Petersen 'Q rg. Y 1 After having b r o k e rm through a large p a p e r heart, Larry Abker was crowned "DZ Man" by Ruby Vrana, V Blaine Rieke and Aileen Lowson were ,i elected by the entire student body as ' "QQ X "Ideal Plainsmarr' and "Ideal Plains- 'l,3 woman" respectively. They exemplify r K I the ideal student in class, and on and 7' ., oft campus. XX y A ,gg , .-fs, Connie Iohnson Robison was an- nounced Phi Kappa Tau sweetheart, Her husband, Mylus, a Phi Tau, was at her hospital bedside to present her a bouquet of roses. The Phi Taus sang their sweetheart song to Connie via long-distance telephone -SE. N Marilyn Wagner was announced recipient oi the AAUW scholar- ship ior the next school year. isiiigfl Chancellor Clifford Hardin, Uni- Barb royalty revealed at the Barb formal were Dorcas Marshall, sweet- heart, and Iohn Park, beau. Margueritte Harmon Bro, well- known author and lecturer, was brought to our campus by Panhellenic Council io speak at a Tuesday chapel and several times during the day. 51' ,S - Mrs. Mary Kinnier, secretary to Chancellor Forrest, pauses in her work long enough to have her picture taken. Page 177 1955 beauty queen wa., AILEEN LOW SON m.,:,f"'x 'ia NANCY TOMPKINS g ,.-5. 'Q v , the queen's court . , "Peggy" Spearman holds her breath when the judges, Mr. Robert Durrie, Mr. SHIRLEY STEVENS R ix fl' . -3? B gl Q S' w 1 . J, , ,M .. . rv -V CAROL LADINE Howard Hansen, and Mr. Harvey Muntz mark down iheir opinions ERIN MURPHY Y beauty queen contestants E? Huberta Beal Gloria McCord Mcmal Flynn Phyllis Harvey t fa Iamce Kellough Ianet Miller smiles even when she practices . Actress Erin Murphy re- hearses in the theatre. 4- . Margaret Spearman last minute check and Nancy Tompkins finds every hair in place. . ? 1 Aileen Lowson e n i o y s studying outside on nice spring days. Carol Lacline chooses a book 'K ' which she will use when she 1 teaches. ,J at Shirley Stevens not only twirls a baton, she plays the trombone. QQ! 5 lisxf y v i Wilma Price, representing THE PLAINSMAN staff revealed the 1955 beauty queen when she pre- sented the trophy to the winner. On the left is Carolyn Rudd, 1954 beauty queen, and Shirley Stevens. SPRING FETE p 4 ,,., 1 f Cliff Kahl, student prince, and Carolyn Rudd, queen, reign over spring fete. 944- ,- JE, A , ,.. - so e i QUEEN 2 lanet Miller X' V 1' il1".? A - , x , X g .y fl' 31 X , W U if" 'L , 1 'ug' is 'i'1 Roy Hanson was announced the winner of the poetry contest. After he read his poem, "Pendu- Ium," Bob Iewett presented him with cr book, THE NATURE OF POETRY, the award given by Cardinal and Blue Key. Sophomore and freshman girls danced around the May pole. Blue Key "tapped" Bruce Merchant, Cliff Kahl, Bill Bowmaster, Earl Allison, Iohn Park, Charles Friederich, Lou Schweppe for membership at spring fete. Mir- , Y ' --1 n t I ' - I I H I V if is t tfii , , 2,4 -4 Q D Newly "tapped" members of Cardinal Key this spring are Vera Ianke, Gayle Collins, Ieana Lee Petersen, Marty Campbell, Marilyn Wagner, Karen Norton, Ianet Miller, Faye Martens. Rita Phi Kappa Tau holds for the coming year the c o v e t e d trophy which signifies the fra- ternity as winner of the sing contest. Participating were: Row I-Don Larkin, Bob Abel, Bob lewett, Don Liles, Norman Schwenk, director, Clyde Sachi- leben, lack Plummer, Ierry Mays, Bruce Anspaugh Row 2-George Edgar, Danny Rob- erts, Gordon Metzger, Bob Jones, Hal Smith, Rollie Bar- ron, Wayne Sorensen, Harold. Shanks, Phil Bliss, Tom God- bey, Bill Bowmaster Pat Doty, Carmen Gates, Rita Halterman, lane! Miller, Io Lautenschlager, Faye Martens, lean Kyes, Vera Ianke sang Alpha Gamma Delta to victory in the octet contest. spring tete class attendants SENIOR CLASS IUNIOR CLASS Elaine Krondak Ernest Shippen Faye Martens Bill Bowmaster Iody Ourth Ierry Kroeger Marilyn Wagner Rollie Barron SOPHOMORE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS Ianet Deckinger Larry Sandall Lois Meyer Duane Hubbard Carolyn Watson Bob Abel Gloria McCord Martin Park theta alpha phi On May 5, Theta Alpha Phi announced in convocation the new TAP members and "George" dramatic award winners. New "TAPers" - Aileen Lowson Ann Root Gene Braymen Marlys Nelson Gary Lemmon Bev Ellis Paul Foster Dick Miller Phyllis Edgar Ron Lyss Ierry Schrepf Lew Hunter Erin Murphy "George" awards to - Best Actor Best Actress "Admirable Crichton" "Ethan Frome" Richard Haller Iay Newbury Gilbert Walters Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Best New Actor "Admirable Crichton" "Admirable Crichton" Dorothy Christner Elaine Krondak Best New Actress TAP Slave pi kappa delta Senior debaters Mel Schwenk and Rex Sample, finished the year as the fifth ranking team in the United States. Mel Schwenk "Row-out" Trophy Here in THE 1955 PLAINSMAN are some images and incidents to blend with the fondest of your recollections as you broaden the span of your years. There are pictures we do not have, but as you leaf through these pages in future years, may your memory be renewed once more - familiar scenes which have grown dim, experiences which have been forgotten, athletic championships and defeats which have faded into unreality, making you remember the happy and profitable times at Nebraska Wesleyan. Many thanks to those who made this book possible. Karen Norton Editor-in-chief Page 183 Advertising Index . 0 O ? QP ur 13th Yeor os - 5 l g IP Z 5 fi mo Lincoln Q Ploinsmon Photographer Serving o Great School- Clf'lCl Nebrosko uanri .Szabo FOR OVER PHOTOGRAPHERS THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK or uNcoLN 'l2'l5 P Street Lincoln, Nebr. Office: 5-4948 Res. 6-4076 'lofh AND 0 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Drive Info Ken Eddy's 48th 81 O 5-2307 OUR 42nd YEAR ELCE Cv SON Cr' fl l ri V 5 Library Bookbinders ' 9 E 4125 gh pau' 2626 No. 48th Lincoln Lincoln Page 1q86 V MATTHEWS TEXACO SERVICE WESLEYANN COLLEGE BOOKSHOP? 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Walier Schimmel Managing Direcfor I'IoI'eI LI NCOLN-DOUGLAS Quincy, III. Wendeli O. SIasiI: Resideni' Manager Page 199 I Page 200 FURNISHING MATERIALS FOR WESLEYAN'S IRA J. TAYLOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUILDING WESTERN BRICK 61 SUPPLY COMPANY NEBRASKA'S LARGEST PRODUCERS OF CONCRETE, MASONRY UNITS AND CLAY, BRICK, AND TILE Offices and Plants in Lincoln, Hastings, Omaha and Nebraska City titles and organizations index Alpha Gamma Delta ........ .. .......... 130, 131, 182 109 Barbs ....... ....... 1 18, 119 baseball ............... ....... 1 54, 155 band ................................ ......,.... 1 06, basketball .................. ....... 1 46, 151 beauty queens ........ ....... 1 78, 181 Blue Key ....,......... .. .... ....... ,. 84, 182 Board of Trustees ,.,. L.. ........... ....16 Cardinal Key ........ ,........ 8 4, 182 Chapel choir ..... .......... ,. 103 COGs .......... ,... .......... M83 Cresent ............. ...,... 1 24, 125 Delta Zeta ....... - ,..... 132, 133 FTA .. ...N .................. ....... .....89 iootball ........................ . ...... 140, 145 Girls' Glee Club.. ...... ..... ,... 105 gon ......,.....,.........,........... .... - ...iss Governing Board .... .- ..... 79 ideals ........................ ..,....... .. ..... ..,176 Intertraternity Council ...... .. .... ..78 Alber's Orchestra ..........,...... .- ....,.. Astaire Dance Studio ......,.... ... ....... 196 Ben Franklin Stores ................... .......... 1 90 Ben Your Hairdresser .................. Bloom Typewriter Exchange .......... Bob's Standard Service .............. Butler's Cleaners ........... .. .......... Cheapper Drugs ............... .......... 1 87 Citizens State Bank: ...,.................................... 188 Commonwealth Company ........................,. 198 Commonwealth Electric Company ..........,. 194 Consumers Public Power District .............. 197 Continental National Bank .............. , ......,.... 189 Cool Crest Twin Links ................ M.. Cotner Terrace .........,................. Eastman Kodak Stores, lnc ........ Elce Gt Con ....................,...... .. ..,...,... .......... 1 86 Electronic Service Company ........ Esquire Cleaners .................,.,....... Evans Studio ....,...................... .... .......,. . 186 Fairmont Foods Company ..,........ First National Bank ....,.............. .......... 1 86 First Trust Company ....... e.. Focht Service Station...-... ......,..196 ..........193 ..........l88 ..........1B6 ..........l93 ..........190 ..........197 ..........l93 .- .,..,.. 197 ..........193 ..........196 lntramurals ............. -. .......... ..158, 161 IRC ................... .................. - ....... 9 0 Iohnson Hall ...... .......... 1 20, 121, 122 Kappa Chi ........,............,. - ..,................... - ......... 97 Male Chorus ,...................................... .......,..... 1 04 Nebraska Academy oi Sciences .... .. ......... M88 Nu Med ................... , .................. .. ...........,.. .. ......, 88 Opera .....,........................,,............................ 98, 99 Panhellenic Council ...... Pep Club .................... ............,. - ........,. .92 Phi Kappa Phi ....... .............. - ....,.......... 8 7 Phi Kappa Tau ........... ....,...., 1 26, 127, 182 Phi Mu ...- ............... ...,....... - ...134, 135 Pi Gamma Mu ........., .- .... .. .......... 87 Pi Kappa Delta .......,. ......,... 8 5, 183 T1-IE PLAINSMAN .... ..... ....,... 114, 115 plays .,.............,......... Publications Board ....,... -. Roadshow .........,.......,.... .. ........ Sigma Pi Sigma .......... ........100. 102 10 ..- ...... -91 .... .... 86 The Gas Company..... ...........,......,....,.......... Gates Insurance Agency ...,........... ...... . 198 Green Furnace 6: Plumbing. ........ ....,.. 1 95 Harrington Companies ............. 1-larry's Shoe Store .................... Havelock National Bank .......... Hinkle Machine Shop ..,......, Hoagland Hardware .,.............. Holmes Grocery 61 Market .......... Hovland-Swanson .................... Italian Village ................... ... Ioyce 6 Eddie's Cafe ........ Ken Eddy's Drive-In .......... KFOR ...,,........................... KOLN-TV .,,........................... Leupold Fix-It Shop ...,........... - ....................... Mark 61 Casey's Mobil Service .................. Dr. E. S. Mathers. ,.,........... .......... .. ........ L ....... Matthews Texaco Service .... .... . . Mayo Drug Company .............. Meadow Gold ................................ .. ........... -... Meek Lumber Cornpany...- .......,..........,..... .......188 .......l93 198 ....,,,192 .......l91 .......191 187 .,,....194 ......-...186 .......197 Midwest Life Insurance Company ............ 194 Miller 6: Paine ........... .. ...... - ......,........................ .......189 196 198 193 ......-...187 ...........l89 187 192 199 administration and tacu Abbott, Roscoe C ..................................,.... 20, 88 Bartley, lames E ......,.........i..,... 16, 18, 87, 110 Bennett, Geralyn W .........,.....................,,.....,.. 20 Bennett, Oscar P ...... ,....... ,.......,. 2 0 , 99, 103 Booth, Ethel L ............... ,............ . .20, 87 Brandt, Clara R ,.............. .,..................... 2 0 Brown, Katherine P ...,..... .....,.........,......,... 2 0 Callen, E. Glenn .......... ........ 2 0, 74, 85, 87 Clark, Nettie ...........,.................. 21, 87, 89, 132 Colon, Vincente A ,..... ..... ..................... 1 9 , 110 Cortield, George S ......... ............... - ..21, 87 Corns, Mamie E ............., .......... 2 1, 87, 110 Couchman, Gordon ...,.................................... 19 Cromwell, Grace Meeker ................................ 24 Dahl, Sam .................................. 16, 17, 76, 110 Deal, R. W. ................ ................... 2 1, 87 Epstein, lean H ........ ................................., 2 1 Evans, Milton ............. ...................................... 1 7 Forrest, A. Leland ...,........ 14, 15, 16, 110, 169 French, Walter R ....,.... ....,..,..., 2 1, 86, 87. 88 Furnish, Dorothy lean ........... .............,...... 2 1 Glazier, Robert ........,............,.............. 21, 86, 88 Halbert, Bernice .......................,........ 22, 84, 110 Hall, Harold E ....... 22, 110, 113, 114, 115, 128 Hess, Fred C. lr ........,.............................. 19, 110 Hester, Chelys .,........... -. .,........ 22, 92, 93, 160 Holding, Mary Louise .................... 22, 135, 173 Howard, Gertrude ........ i....... , .22, 85, 110 Hsu, Doris Yen Ming ..,...... ..,.............,...,.. 2 2 Hupp, Alice H ....., ......,..... . .- .......... - .... 22 lohnson, Earl ............... ....,......... 2 2, 145 Iohnson, Ethel ..... ......... 1 7, 78, 79 Kelley, Irene ............ LeBar, Paul W ............ ..... Lindgren, Margaret ...... Luschei, Helen ............ Lux, Gladys M ....,..... Marrs, Ralph ....... Marshall, Ianet ..,,.., Marshall, Robert ...... ........23 ........23 18 ........23, 87 131 108 snob-grouch ...,.. spring iete L ......... student pastors ....... Student Senate ....... sweethearts ........... tennis ..., ............. .- .... . Theta Alpha Phi ..,.,..... Theta Chi ................... Theta Nu ............... track WAA .............. - .... .. ..... W Club ,.... ................. Wesley Fellowship ...- THE WESLEYAN ...- ....,.. Wesleyan Directory ........ .........181, 183 ..... ....... 76, 77 .........176, 177 .......-.....157 .., ....... 85, 183 .........l28, 129 .- .... ..152, 153 .............93 .........112, 113 ........-.....111 Who's Who ....,......... - ..........., - ............... 82 Willard ...,..........,.................,........ ......... 1 36, 137 Women's House Council ........... ............. 7 9 YMCA .......,.........,.......................... ....... - 95 YWCA ........................................ ......... 9 4 National Bank of Commerce ............ ...s...191 advertising index Nebraska Typewriter Company. ........ ..... . .191 Nesbitt's .,.....i................... - ...................,. ........ 1 94 Patio Drive-In ................... .... . ., ....... .199 Plainsman Book Store ............,....... ........ 1 92 Ralph's IGA Store .............................,.. ...,.... 1 90 Rixstine lewelry Manufacturing Company ...,.........................,......... -... .... .....189 Roberts Dairy .................................. ...-...190 Rodis Kaufman Iewelry .......... Roper G Sons Mortuary .......... Russell Sports ..,.................. - ...i... 94 .,......190 ........191 Seven-Up Bottling Company ........ ..,...... 1 92 Schimmel Hotels ....... , ............... ... Stiegel Office Equipment..- .... . Drs. Taylor 6: Taylor .............., Thomas Hardware ....... Tyrrell's Flowers .........,.............. ........199 ........197 ........188 ........198 ...,....195 Van Sickle Paints .......,........... ......... ., ....... 1 89 Wesleyann College Bookshop ........ ........ 1 87 Wesleyan Snack Bar ....,................................. 192 Westem Brick G Suply Company ...... .-...200 Woodman Accident 61 Lite Company ........ 195 U lty Index Mattingly, L. Edward ,,........ 23, 85, 87, 95, 97 Mickey, David .....,,...................i... 24, 78, 84, 87 Miller, o. w ..........,.,.... ...............,.....,.. 2 4, 87 Mueller, Adam I ...,,.... ......... 2 4, 85 Muller, Elsie A ....,....... .................... 1 8 Paulson, Leonard ..................... ........... 2 4, 104 Paustian, Mrs. lohn ......................,................... 19 Peterson, lrvin .............. 24, 145, 147, 150, 154 Rosentrater, lohn ........... Sederburg, M. E .........,.,... Skogman, Kieth ...,,. L .... 25 Slack, Neill ..........,,.............. Slonecker, Pauline ........, Snow, Marietta ........,. Sorensen, L. O .........,.. Spurgin, Adelaide ......... Swinbank, lean .......,,. Wampler, Ioe ....... Weeks, Dale ......... Welch, Virgil ....... 87. 127 124 141, 142, 144, 152 ......25, 87, 88, 119 87, 136 87 - ........ 25, 94 88 .........25, 87 ...s .... 16, 18 Page 201 Page A Abel, Bob ........ .......... 4 8, 127, 158, 182, Abker, Larry ................ 29, 107, 108, 128, Adams, Bob ..... Adams, Pat ............ Adelson, lames ......... ............ 3 ...58, 104, 183 176 .....72 172 119 student index Braun, Hannah ....................................... ,75, 172 Braymen, Gene ..,... 48, 49, 91, 100, 101, 124, 157 183 1 Braymen, Mary lo .......... 39, 89, 114, 115, 131 Alexander, Marilyn ....,........... 58, 88, 121, 136 Allely, Carole ....... - ........... 58, 79, 90, 92, 122 Allen, Kenneth .................,.. 1 ................... 38, 111 Allison, Earl .................... 38, 74, 85, 124, 182 Anderson, Carroll .......... - .............................. -38 Anderson, lames ........ .. .......... 1 ...,.,.......... 39, 128 Anderson, Ierry .. .... .. ..,............. - ...................... 73 Anderson, Mary ........ ,..... 4 8, 79, 92, 105, 135 Anderson, Roger ............ - ............... ,. ...... 58 103 Andrews, Alice ................................ 58, 118, 121 Anspaugh, Bruce ....,. 29, 82, 84, 88, 87, 88, 127, 182 Aplel, Raymond ................ s .............. - .... 58, 119 Aregood, Sylvia ........ 39, 75, 85, 97, 100, 103 Ayala, Gilbert ...... .. .......................................... 58 Babbel, Fran ..............,..... 48, 92, 93, 135, 161 Bachrnan, Ron .,....., 48, 93, 127, 140, 155, 158 Bacon, Gerald ............. Bagby, Charles ..,..... 39 Bailey, Arthur .58, 103, 104, 107, 128 , 76, 84, 88, 95, 108, 109. 128, 159 Baker, Warren ....... ,. .........,...... ,. .................... 73 Baldwin, lanet ......... .. .1 ..,,. 58, 89, 92, 120, 136 Ballard, lack ...... .......... , ..,. .. ............ 5 9, 100 Baller, Iames ...... ............ - ....,,.... 3 59, 119 Bangs, Iudith ................................,,.................. 59 Barber, Carlene .............................. 48, 108, 132 Barber, lean ................ 39, 85, 94, 96, 97, 101, 102, 132 Barnes, Mary ............................................ 75, 172 Barnard, Ieannine ........ 59, 88, 108, 109, 122 Barrett, Richard ,.... - ..............,.. - ..........,. 59, 154 Barron, Rollle . .............. . Bartleson, Iohn ..... , Bassett, Cecil ..... Bauer, Iarnes ....... -48, 85, 91, 101, 103, 183 127, 157, 182, 128. 155 108. 127 Beal, Huberta ......... .......... 4 8, 89, 135, 180 Bearnth, Barbara ..... ............................ 3 9 Becker, Cliil ............ .......... 7 2, 96, 97 Beeney, Merton ......... ...................,........ s ...... 5 9 Behrens, Bob ..... ................ - ........... 48, 128, 155 Beishline, Richard ...... Bennett, Alyce .............. Bennett, Duane - .... -... Bennett, lohn ....... Benton, Bob ............ Berck, Sharon ........... Bertelson, Io Ann .......... Bevlns, Rex Beye, Gene ............. Bigelow, Iulia ..... - ...... Binning, Barbara Bjorklund, Roma Blair, Luella ..... -... Blakeney, Arvin ........ Bliss, Cecil .... ..... ..39, 93, 127. 157, 158 ..59, 88, 105, 121, 132 .48. 102. 110, 113, 124 - .,... .- .... - .... - ................,. 29 104 .........49, 132, 160 ........28, 29, 76, 172 - .... .. .... - .............. 72 ........49, 96, 97, 118 135 ...- .... -75, 172 ......,....59, 121 127 Brennan, Darrell ...............................,.,............ 59 Brennan, Delmar ......,......,...................... ,,....,.,. 5 9 Bressler, Hildrecl .......... 59, 96, 100, 121, 131 Brooker, loan ,............. 60, 114, 115, 121, 136 Brown, Bill ............ 29, 76, 82, 83, 84, 95, 128 Brown Ellen .........................................,....,....... 39 Brown James .....,.,.........,..,....,.......................... 60 Brown leanne ......,....... 60, 92, 118, 122, 161 Brown Phil ,..,.... ......,.....,.............., 4 0,97 Brown Velda ..... ..........,.......,............. 4 9 Broyles, loyce ........ ........................... 2 9, 135 Buck, Bill ................. ........ 4 0, 127, 140, 142 Buckingham, lack ...............,...................... 40, 96 Buell, Lyle ...,.................. 29, 93, 124, 147, 151 Bures, Marvin ......., ................ 2 9, 86, 88, 128 Burger, lean ....,... ........................... 4 0, 135 Burger, Marcene ,.................. 75, 172 Burham, Bob ...... .....,.........,....... 4 0, 141 Burke, Busch, Iacicie ...... Sherry ...... 89, 93, 136 92, 118, 120 Bush, Beverly . .i..... ............ 6 0, 118, 122, 161 Bush, Lynnette .,.... ......... 29, 78, 84, 85, 132 Byrd, Iames ........ 153 Calder, Ioe ............................., 48, 86. 100 124 Bliss, Phil ................. ........ 5 9, 104, 127, Bloomgren, lrene ....... ...- .... .. Bloomgren, Paul ....... Bobb, Marvin ......... Bohling, Mary ...... Boldry, Verlin ........ f.'.'QQ11B5','"i'5i'f" 97, Bond, Kent .... .. .......... .. .,........ .. ......., 59, 104, Bornemeier, Keith ................ 49, 106, 108, Bottom, Paul ......................... - .,........... Bawmaster, Bill .............. 38, 39, 78, 113, 158, 182, Brakhage, Dorothy ................................. Brashear, Nora Mae ...... . ....... 59, 92, 202 182 ......39, 79, 88 - .......... 29, 86, 88 ..72 136 100 124 119 127, 183 .59, 92 121, 132 Calvert, Katherine Cameron, Carolyn 108. 109: 136 89, 90, 94, 118 Campbell, Brad .......,...... 60, 96, 103, 104, 128 Campbell, Gary ......................... . ......... ,....... . ..60 Campbell, Marty . Carlson, Erwin ....... Carstens, Ed .......... Carstens, Loyce .... Carter, Donald ........ Carter, Nancy ........ Cate, Brad .............. Challin, Patricia ......... Chamberlin, Robert Chikos, Ted .........,.. Christner, Dorothy ....... . Christopher, Karen Clark, Nadine ............ Clary, Warren ............ Clemons, Mildred . Clifford, Gary ........... Cline, Dorm .,.........., Cochran, Don ..... Colley, Doris ........ Cole, Iohn ........... Cole, Larry ...,..,........ Coleman, Connie .. .49, 93, 99, 103, 105, 136. 182 103 ........49, 92, 114, 115, 131 .........,60, 96, 118, 122 76 ........-60, 118, 122 108, 124 , .... 60, 101, 103, 120. 132, 183 92, 136 ,.....,60, 119 122. 161 .........30. 99, 103, 104 131 Collins, Gayle .... 40, 78, 87, 89, 94, 131, 182 Cook, Iudy .............. 49, 92, 93, 103, 105, 132 Cook, Sharon .......................... 60, 92, 121, 132 Cooley, Vivian ........,............................... s ........ 60 Cooper, Betty ...... .,...... 6 0, 89, 118, 120, 161 Cox, Barbara ..... ....,..,...... 6 1, 92, 120, 135 Cox, Edwin ......,.,..... ...,............... 6 1, 119 Cramer, Carol ........... .........,.. 4 9, 93, Cramer, Willa lo .,...... 13,1 131 Crewdson, Dean ...... ......., 4 9, 104, 128, 159 Crewdson, Dewain Crews, Constance Crews, Tom . ......... .. C umming, Bob ...,..,.., Cunningham, Ioy 128, 141 172 .....-....61, 119 99 Cyr, Howard ...................... - .....,..., - .... .. .... 51, BB Cyr, Ray ........,................. 49, aa, ma, 109, 119 Daharsh, Richard ....,..... Dainton, lean ...,.... ...,.......... 6 1, 92, 122, 135 Daniels, Bob ........ ......., 5 0, 93, 127, 147, 152 Dappen, Bob .....,...,................ 40, 106, 108, 109 Davidson, Paul .........,.... 61, 96, 101, 102, 124 Deal, Marvin .,..,............. 30, 93, 128, 154, 159 Deckinger, lanet ...,.. 50, 92, 93, 94, 131, 183 Deems Margaret ............,....................,........ ..72 Deems, Richard .... , ..,.................................,...... 72 Delahoyde, Stan Delaney, Larry ...... Dennis, Charles ........ 108, 127 Doeschot. Owen ....... .....,................. 6 1, 155 Dorsey, Barbara ...,.. ..,..,,.....,.,..,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 2 Doty, Pat .,........,..,.... ...,.,..., 5 0 92, 131, 182 Douglas, lean .,...... ..,............,................ 3 0 Drake, Roger ...,. ...,.,.... 6 1, 104, 127 Drbal, Betty ........... .......... 7 3, 118, 121 Dreier, Clarence ..,.... ....................... 6 1, 124 Drexel, ludy .,........... .. .,,.,,.... 61 92, 121, 132 Duncan, Cecelia ...,.., .,................ 5 0, 105, 118 Dutton, Ioan .......................,............ 61, 105, 136 Dvorak, Margaret .......... 50, 76, E 79. 113. 118 Ebers, Helen . ..,............ .......... 6 1, 103, 121 Eberspacher, Norval .,............................ 50, 124 Edgar, George ................................ 41, 127, 182 Edgar, Phyllis .................. 50, 92, 93, 132, 183 Ege, Charles ..... ,..........,........... 7 2, 93, 155 Ehrlich, Dee .........................,.,.............,.........,.. 72 Ehrlich, Ervan ........,....,................,..... - ............ 73 Eigenberg, Loren ..50, 93, 124, 147, 151, 153 Eitner, Phyllis .................................... 61, 131 Ellis, Bev ..,.,........... ......... 4 1, 102, 132, 183 Ellsworth, Dale Elswiclc, lohn ........, . .....,.... , ........ 41, 127 Evans, Irene .............. ...........,............. 4 l Evans, Marlene ........................................ 50, 131 Evers, Imogene .....................,.,...... 61, 118, 121 Evers, Marve ...... 30, 82, 83, 84, 95, 97, 103 F Fager, Howard ...- ........ ............,........... . 72 Fallich, Nancy ..,. - ........... 73, 118, 122 Farley, Gary ...,.......... ..,.................,.... 7 2 Farrar, Mary lo...-... ......... 41, 78, 136 Farrar, Ralph ..... ........................... 4 1, 140 Fauth, Donald ...... ..............................,..,...... 7 2 Feather, Beryl ...............,.. 50, 76, 90, 105, 136 Felix, Rodger ....,.... Fetterley, Walter ..... 128, 155 . ......,..,.......................... 61 Fisher, Dan .......... ....................... 5 U. 123 Fitch, Don .......... ...........,............... 1 ........ 5 1 Fletcher, Van ........ ........ 6 1, 108, 109, 119 Flynn, Marial ........ ......... 6 2, 120, 136, 180 Forrest, Aubrey ..,..........,.... 41, 74, 85, 88, 90, 113, 119 Foster, Paul .... 41, 96, 97, 100, 108, 119, 183 Foster, Warren ..................,............. 50, 124, 154 Frandsen, Bethel ...............,....,. - .... - .............,.. 41 Frandsen, loellen .................. 62, 96, 118, 121 Frandsen, ludy ......... ......... - .... 3 ............ 5 0, 92 Fredstrom, Dale .......... - ..,. .. ...... .. .... - ...... 62,128 Fredstrom, Paul ............ 30, 93, 148, 149, 151 30. 90 Frey, Erich .......,......,............. , ........... 86 Friederich, Charles Friesen, Vernon ....... Frohlich, Betty lo ..,...... , 119 ......41, , 88. 110, 112. 182 113, 126, . ................. .. .................. 50 - ............... ,50, 89. 118 Fry, Agnes ...,..... ,.... ...... 1 .... - .......... s 2 ,118, 122 Fussell, Iody .................. Gaede, Barbara .... so, as, 114, 115, tes ez, 92, aa, 105. 135. 161 Gaibler, Ianice .... ,. ....................,..... - ...... 62,136 Gallup, Wayne ...,.. Gardner, Fred ....... ..........50. 97 Gardner, Norma ........ Garman, Ruth ........... Gates, Carmen ............. 4.............. 5 0, 131, Gellermann, Clarke ..........,. 51, 107, 108, Gentry, Alice ..............,..... 51, 76, 88, 108, George, Beverly .... 31, 89, 99, 103, 105, George, Janet .........,........,. 51, 76, 89, 94, Gibb, Shirley ...... Gibson, Verne ...... Gideon, Eudoris Gifford, Georgia ........ Glass, Edwin .......... Glaze, Richard ........ Godbey, Torn ......... . Godtel, Bonnie ........ Goeke, Carol ...... Gouvea, Milton Gowdy, Shirley Grabher, Jerry ........ Green, Carol ............. Green, Kutrinka Greenwood, Janet ..... ..........51, 89, 90, 96, . ,........................ 62 182 128 132 135 96. 131 118 108, 109, 128 131 93, 104 88, 127, 182 93, 118, 161 ........62, 97, 118, 120 90, 124 ...........62, 122, 132 ...........42, 97 .........51, 132 Griess, Allen .............. ..............................,... 6 2 Grossman, Hazel .............................................. 72 Grosvenor, Jack ...... .......... 5 1, 103, 104, 128 Grothe, Roger .....,.... ......................... 6 2, 127 Guillen, Gloriela ....... ....,................ 6 2, 121 Guillen, Nelva ......... ......................... 6 2, 122 Gunn, Marilyn .,.......... ........ 6 2, 92, 105, 132 Gustafson, Harold ....,.,................,.. 42, 93, 140 Gustafson, John .......... - ..................... ..... 6 2, 124 Guthrie, Ruth ....,. ........,.. 5 1, 89, 92, 93, 132 Haase, Charles ............... ........... 6 2, 124, 155 Haddix, Don .............. ......................... 5 1, 127 Haggard, Helen ...... .......... 5 1, 89, 92, 118 Haggstrom, John ......... ....... . .....,................. 5 1, 76 Hogle, Nina ...................... - ...,.................. 75, 172 Hohensee, Elaine .................... 63, 92, 118, 122 Holland, Gerald ..52, Holliman, Metta ........ Holtz, Gloria Hoon, Beverly ...... Hoon, Carl .............. Horalek, Marilyn ...... Hornby, Darrell ....... 93, 128, 147, 149, 152 96, 97 118 ..........52, 92, ...- ..................... .72 109 135 108, ..........52, 89, Horner, Ann ............ ......... 6 3. 97, 118, 122 Howell, Karen .......... ............ 6 3, 118, 122 Hrubesky, Margaret ..,................... 52, 105, 131 Hubbard, Duane .................. 72, 102, 127, 183 Hueftle, Keene ........ ................ 5 2, 106, 128 Huff, loan ................, s ....,........., 52, 89, 93, 131 Hunt, Mack .......................................................... 31 Hunter, Lew ..,.......,. 32, 85, 91, 101, 127, 183 Huston, Don ...............,,. 32, 106, 108, 109, 127 Hutchings, Roger ...... 43, 86, 88, 90, 95, 128 Hutchins, Shirley .....,.............. 63, 97, 118, 121 Hutton, Harvey .......,.........,...................... 63, 152 I Irons, Norman ....,............................................... 73 Isa, Toshiro .................... 52, 90, 104, 114, 124 Isley, David ................. ,...... ........................ 6 3 , 88 I Jackman, Richard ................ .,43, 90, 103, 119 Jacobs, Clifford .......... ...... ..... ......................,.... 6 3 Janke, Vera .................... 41, 93, 113, 131, Jeambey, Bob ,........................... 28, 32, 76, Jenkins, Betty .......... 182 172 136 92, Jennings, Betty ................................ . ................. 63 Hagood, Janice ......................,...........,............. 62 Hahn, Marilyn ...... 51, 88, 113, 114, 115, 135 Haller, Richard .... 51, 97, 101, 103, 119, 183 Halterman, Rita ............ ........ 6 2, 121, 131, 182 Hamilton, Georgia ........................ .. ,.... ..... .. ...... 4 2 Jennings, Richard ....,... 32, 93, 147, 151, 156 Jenson, Carole ................................ 63, 118, 120 Jewett, Bob ........................ 32, 74, 84, 87, 103, 113, 127, 182 Joekel, Ron ........................ 43, 89, 93, 147, 155 Johnson, Arline ........ .....,................................. 7 3 Johnson, Delmar ......... .. ...........,........... 64, 127 Johnson, Don .......... . ..,...... 32, 93, 124 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson , Doug ......... 140 32 97 , George ................................,...,. , Jackie ................ 64, 79, 92, 121,'l3l , Lowell ....... Jones, Barbara ....... Jones, Berwyn ...... Jones, Robert ........ Jones, Shirley . .... . . Kahl, Kats, Cliff .............. Ivan ......... Kauk, Ed .............. Hammelmann, William ........ .................. 7 3 Hankins, Donna ..... ............. ......... 7 5 , 172 Hansen, Drucilla ........... . ...,...................... 42 1-lansen, Florence ........ ..................... 7 3, 132 Hansen, lleen ,......... ........ 6 2, 96, 118, 122 Hansen, Roland ...... ..,........ ..............,.... 5 1 Hanshew, Janet ....... .................................. 6 3 Hanson, Laura ........ ................................,..... 3 1 Hanson, Marie ................. 31, 79, 82, 84, 87, 96, 97, 120 Hanson, Roy .............................. 31, 87,.95, 181 Harbert, Roger ...,.. 51, 93, 128, 140, 141, 156 Harden, John ..,....... 31, 83, 84, 147, 151, 153 1-lardinger, Donald ..,.....,... ,............ ......... 6 3 , 119 Hare, Janet ................... ................. 6 3, 131 Harkness, Frank ............. ......... 4 2, 78 128 Hamngton, Richard Harsh, Delwyn .... .. Harvey, Phyllis .... L Hayden, Gary .... ,. Hayse, Norma ...... Heald, Harlan .... - Heath, Marjorie ..... Heiss, Larry ...........................,....,. .. .......... 63, Henderson, Gerald Hendrickson, Sandy 1-lietbrink, Erv ................ ,. .,...................... 52, Hilgenleld, Madelyn Hill, Bill ...........,.......................... 42, 85, Hill, Sheralee ..... ,.... Hill, Sondra ........ Hilton, Shirley ...... Hinkle, Sue .............. 1-linrichs, Kathryn ....... Hirshleld, Helen ..... Hixson, Lefty .... s ...... Hladik, Frank ....... ea 180 127 - .... .. .... .. ............ 63 .... .... 51, 93, 132, 108, . .......,...... ,63, 108 ... .......... 51. 114, 131 124 ....52, 89, 100, 101, 135 155 ......42, 79, 89, 108, 131 127, 157 ..........42, 89, 92, 136 ....,..,..63, 108, 122, 136 121 ... .................. , ....... 63 .........,.63, 120, 131 89, 131 124 .. .......... 52, 124, 155 Keck, Darrell ..... Keele, Kathryn ...... ...32, 84, 87, 89, 92, 132 , Joan ........... .........64, 93, 124, 147,149 .............64, 92, 120, 136 .........-64, 106, 108, 124 ...........72, 106, 127, 182 K 43, 76, 93, 127, 140, 145, 152, 158, 181, 182 ...s .... 64, 107, 119 97 172 Keeler, Ron .................... 32, 93, 128, 140, 155 Keim, Wauneta ...................... s .... s ..........,,...... 64 64 93 128 140 141153 Keller, Richard ...... .. Kellough, Janice ....64, Kellough, Rex .............. .. .......... 52, 95, , 189, '107, '108, '121, 'iso 113 140 Kelso, Clarence .... .. .......... .. .... .. .......... .. .......... -43 Kendrick, Colleen ...... .. .... - .... .. .... 64, 122, 136 Kennedy, Joellen ..........., .. .... 64, 118, 121, 161 Kennedy, Stan ........ ..,. .... .. .... .. .......... .. .......... -..32 Kermmoade, Bennie .. .... ,.. .......,..... .... ........-64 Kilborn, Paul .................. .......... 6 4, 124 King, Dale ................... Kirk, Nancy ...... .... ................ 43, 76 .,. ............................ 72 Kirk, Ray . ...... .. ............ ... .............. 28, 32, 97, 172 Kitrell, Lloyd ................ ,..... ........ .. ...................... 73 Kjeldgaard, Glennys Dee .... 64, 105, 120, 136 Klusman, Jim .... ., .......... .. .............. .. .... .. .... -52, 95 Knee, Larry ...... .......... .. .... .. .......... ..,........... .... ,352 Kock, Mona ......... Koenig, Bill ..................75, 172 ... ....... 52, 85, 127 Koenig. Joy .............. ..... .................. 33, Koudele, Ed ................ ......,...........,........ 7 2, KD'-1S9Gard, Joyce ................ 64, 92, 114, Krause, Dennis .... .. .... .,.......................... 6 Krause, Jeanene Krause, Jeanette 92, 93, 92, ea, Kraye, Betty ............... ....,...........,.. 6 4, Kraye, Nancy .......................................... 64, Kremenesky, Valerie .............. 53, 88, 89, Kroeger, Jerry .,....,,...... 33, 93, 128, 147, 155, 174, 176, Kroeger, Marilyn .................... 33, 92, 131, Krondak, Elaine ........ 33, 76, 78, 82, 83, 85, 92, 113, 131, 176, Kunkel, Dorothy ..........................,................ Kyes, Jean ................................ 53, 108, 131, I. 132 152 115, 132 121, Kovarik, Donna .... A ..,... 52, 85, 107, 108, 135 4. 88 131 131 121 121 132 151. 183 168 84, 183 ...43 182 Ladine, Carol ........ 43, 92, 135, 161, 179, 180 Laier, Judy .................,,................,.................... 33 Lamphere, John ........ .........................,... 4 4, 88 Lang, Russell ....... Lang, Wayne ........ ......... 5 3, 86, 88, 96, Large, Jane ......... 92, Larkin, Don ..,................. 4 4, 88, 104, 127, Lauer, John ,.....,............................... 53, 97, Lautenschlager, Jo ...... 44, 108, 109, 131, Lawson, Donald ................................,.......... Leach, Jean ................ .......... 5 3, 96, 102, Ledgway, Julia ........ Lee, Bernard .,..,.... 127 127 131 182 124 182 .,.64 136 86, 88 Lefller, Charles ........................... ...... ............... 7 2 Lehr, Leon ....................,.........,........ .. ..,............ 33 Lehr, Rita ................ 44, 78, 92, 93, 105, 135 114, 182 Lemmon, Gary ............ 33, 76, 78, 82, 83, 84, 85, 91, 113, 127, 183 Lewis Dwayne ....................,...............,...,. 65, 127 Lewis, Louise Stone ........,........... 37, 108, 132 Lightbody, Phil ........ .. .... -53, 78, 93, 128, 140 Liles, Don ................ ., ......... ...53, 127, 158, 182 Lincoln, John ............. ................. 6 5, 108, 119 Linder, Robert .......... .. .,...............,.............. 53, 97 Linderholm, Robert ...................,........ ., ...,...... 72 Lindstrom, Jeanne .... .. .... 33, 84, 89, Linton, Marilyn ....... 94, 108, 109, 118, 120, ... .... .. ...... 33, 84, 94, Logan, Bernard ................... ........ . ............ 7 2, Loos, Loretta .......... .. .............. .. ................ 65, Lowson, Aileen .... . .... .. 87, 111, Luginbill, Hazel ....... Luginbill, Joyce ......... Luhrs, Larry .......... Lusk, Shirley ..... ..... .. , ..................... 65, Lyberger, Max ............. Lyss, Ron ...- ................. 4 4, 102, 128, .33, 78, 82, 83, 84, 131, 176, 179, 180. 90, 122. 92, 105. .......,..53, 93, 127, 118, 159, M Magorian, Annette ............ ,. .... s .... .. ........ 65, Manifold, Pat ...... .... ..,. ...... 65, 92, 122, Margritz, Deanna ..........,............... 65, 118, Marsh, Norman ...... .. .......... - .... 2 .... 65, 104, Marshall, Dorcas .. ........ 44, 76, 89, lllgi Martens, Faye .. .... -44, 89, 94, 131, 182, Martin, Frank ........ .. .......... - ....., .. .............. 72, Maticka, Eilene .................... ........ .... 53, 89, 103, 121 132 124 131 85. 183 131 131 155 121 106 183 108 132 121 124 120 177 183 102 118 Matson, Mary Beth .... -65, 92, 113, 122, 131 Matz, Nita .... .....-.. .,... .. .......... - .......... 53, 92, 135 Maxwell, Don .... - .... .. ...... .. ...... ,. .......... .. ........ 72 May, Carol .... .. ....... .. ...... 53, 89, 93, 132 May, Clarence ........ May, Doris ......... Mays, Gerald ......,. McArdle, Shirley ...... .... .. .... 5 3, 92, McBride, Robert McCaig, Sandra McClelland, Sue McC1urg, Marilyn .... .. ........ -53, 108, ,. .... .. .... .. ........ 65, 127, 114, ..-...65, 104, 155 ...72 182 136 .. .......... .. .... - .......... .. .... 44 65 96 108 118 ........ .......... , , , ................................44 109, 136 Page 203 McCord, Gloria .......... 65, 108, 121, 180, McCoy, Carol .............. 65, 92, 108, McDermet, McDonald, B111 ......... Gene ......... McDonald, Merle ........ .... ....... 33, 78, McDonald, Stanford ..... ......,,................ McElwain, Coleen ...,.,.... ............. 6 5, 118, McGowen, Darrell ..............................,. 53. McGuire, Foster ............,.....,. 54, 147, 148, McPheron, Carina Lea ................ 54, 108. Medow, Willotte Meinen, Marjorie 121. Merchant, Bruce ....,......... 54, 95, 96, 97, Meredith, George .....................,.............. 65, Metcali, Helen ........ ...,............................ Metzger, Gordon .............,.. 54, 93, 103. 127, 140, 158, Meyer, Lois .,... ........... 6 5, 92, 122. 132. Meyer, Norene .... ,...........v......-..-- 5 4. 107. Michaud, Daryl ...... .................................... Michaud, Paul ..............,.............,... 72, 124, Miles, Margaret .........,.......,...........,.........,..... Miller, Dick .,,........,........ 54, 95, 102, 128. Miller, lames ,.,..,....................................., 66, Miller, lanet ...,........ 44, 94, 98, 103, 105, 178, 180, 181. Miller, Ierry ..... .........,.........,,...... 6 6, 103, Miller, Leon ..,.... .................... 6 6, 119, Mills, Frank ......... .,....... 3 4, 89, 99, 106. Minchow, Bill ....... ...,,....,............ 4 5, 93, Minert, lohn ..... ..............,,.... 45, 97 Mitchell, Alta ...... ..........-.-.-. Mitchell, Charles .... ,........... . 72, 88, 97 Mitchell, Iere .,,.,,.... ,........ 7 3, 128, Mitchell, William ...... ,. ..,.... 66, 128. Mollitt, Robert ........... . -...----------.------------ - Mohnkern, Gerald ...........,......,. 54, 86, 88, Moller, Hugh ........... .2 ........ 66, 106, 108. Monson, Bev ...... Montgomery, Lois Moore, Kenneth ...... Moore, Marjorie Morrison, lanet ........ Morrow, Roland, ....... Morton, Michael ...... .,,.....34, 83, 84, 93, 135, 161, .........66, 127, . ......,, 66, 122, ,, .........,.. 66, 127, Munderloh, Iolene .................... 54, 89, 92. Munn, I. D. ............... . Murphy, Erin .......,. .. Myers, Iohn .... Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Bev ................ , ..... 34, 85, 91, 102, 179, 180, N 54, 89, 92, 93, 135, Elroy .......... .............. 5 4, 104, 128, Kareen ......,................... 54, 92, 93, Marlys ..,... 54, 91, 92, 100, 1 Nelson, Pete ............ c .....,...... 45, 124, 140, Nelson, Sanford ..,..........,........ 34, 93, 141, Neumayer, Richard ................ - .......... .- ....--- Newbury, lay .......... 34, 85, 91, 99, 101. 131, 173. Nickell, Ierome ,.... .. ..............................,.. 66, Nicholson, Raymond ....... Nicodemus, Vernon ...........54, 88, Nietenstein, Evelyn . ...... .......... - ...... 7 5. Nispel, lack .......................... - .......... 45, 108, Norlin, Dorothy - ...................... 66, 96, 118, Norton, Karen ..,........... 45, 76, 79, 88, 92, 110, 114, Nunnally, Barbara .......,........................ .. ........ 34 O Oakeson, Gary .........,.... .......,... 5 4, 88, Oakeson, Gerald .... ... ........ - ................ 66 Oaks, Richard .... ..... .... .. .......... -....54, Odgers, Richard ..,........... ,. ...... 34, Oestmann, luanalee .,....... Olderog, Robert ..... Page 204 96, 97 84, 89, 94, 105, .34, 78, 79, 82, Olson, Charles ..........,..................,,.............,..... 72 Olson, Cherie Olson, Ron ............ Orndorii, Carl 96, 120, 136 34. 93, 128. 151, 155. 159 Osborne, Iohn ...................,...,.................. 45, 127 Ourth, Iody ...,... ....,...... 3 4, 105, 135, 183 Overton, Don ..,....................... 66, 97, 113, 124 Pahlavan, lalil P Paine, Elizabeth .....,............,. 66, 97, 121, 132 Park, Iohn ....., 45, 86, 90, 96, 110, 111, 113, 119, 177, 182 Park, Martin .......,.............. 58, 66, 96, 119, 183 Patzloil, Norma ....... ....... ...... ................ , 6 6 , 121 Payn, Baldwin ....... ............... 4 5, 88, 90, 119 Pearson, Iames ...,,............................. 66, 88, 119 Pedersen, Marilyn Pennington, lerry 122 ......67, 79, 105, 118. Penton, Helen ............ 54, 76, 92, 93, 105, 132 Penza, Loretta .............,....................,.,............... 35 Perez, Ferdinand ..................................,........... 35 Perkins, Tom ..... .,.,. .....,.................. 4 5 , 97 Perrin, lerry . .... ....................................... 5 5 Peters, Connie ........ 55, 89, 92, 93, 132 Peters, Deloris .......,......... 67, 118, 122 Peters, Doris ................ ............ 6 7, 118, 122 Peters, Virginia ................................ 45, 89, 132 Petersen, leana Lee ........,... 35, 87, 112, 131, 176, 182 Petersen, Bob .......... 35, Peterson, Barbara ........ Peterson, Doretta Pleiter, Erv ............ Phillips, Bill ........ Phillips, Don ....... 93, 95, 112, 113, 128. 156 159 118 94, 97 158 128 141 .......,. 57, 127, 114, Pike, Carol ........... ..,....,.,. 6 7, 122 Pilger, Patricia ....... .......................... 6 7, 122 Piper, Doris ......... ....................,....,......, 7 5, 172 Piper, Les ............. .... , .67, 93, 124, 140, 141 Pitcaithley, lan ....., ...................... 3 5, 78, 136 Plummer, lack . ............. 67, 88, 127, 155, Plummer, Tom .,.,. Pollard, Larry ....... Porter, Aldine ......... Potadle, Donelle Powell, Dean ......... Powell, Iohn ............. Prather, Richard 182 124 152 89 136 124 127 .........67, 92, 122, , .,........ 46, 78, 88, Price, Dwcrine ...............................,., 67, 103, 104 Price, Ierry .............................. 55, 88, 128, 159 Price, Wilma .......... 55, 79, 90, 114, 115, 118, 120. 122 Priesner, Darold ........ .. ............................ 55, Priesner, Ieraldine Purdy, Sondra ......,........., 127 .,.........,.......... ..55 .........67, 122, 132 Q Quimby, lane .................... .. .... .... 5 7 R Ramones, Valerie ........ 67, 90, 118, 121, 161 Randall, Richard ...,.................................. 67, 88 Rasmusen, Robert ............,..................... 55, 108 Rath, Virginia ................ 55, 89, 114, 115, 131 Ray, Allen ............... ............................ 4 6, 88 Raymond, Gary ......... - .......... .. .................. 55 Raymond, Geraldine ......, 35, 96, 97, 118 Read, Kathy ........,...... ......... 6 7, 92, 105, 136 Rech, loan .......... ............. 6 7, 118, 121 Reichert, Bob .....,. ............... 1. .,....... 6 7, 108 Reidel, Iudy .......... ................. 6 8, 92, 122, 132 Rexroth, Duane .... , ........................ 68, 128, 155 Rexroth, Shirley .... 55, 89, 93, 108, 135, 161 Rezek, Don .......,.......... .. .... - ............ 68, 113, 119 Richards, LaVern .......... 46, 87, 108, 109, Ricketts, Ron ......................,..... 46, 89, 128, Riddle, lane .... , ............... 88, 92, 93, 135, Rieke, Blaine ...... 28, 35, 82, 83, 84, 93,1 119 159 161 28. 141, 156, 176 Rihn, Herbert .....,.., ...............,........,.......... 7 2 Ritter, Maryiecrn ...................................... 35, 135 Rivers, Les ............,.......... 46, 86, 88, 128, 159 Roberts, Danny .... 68, 88, 107, 108, 127, 182 Roberts, Doris .... ........... ................. 6 8 , 121, 136 Robinett, Gordon ....... ......... 5 5, 76, 104, 106 Robison, Mylus ...,... ...................... 3 5, 127 Robson, lulie ..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,, 6 8, 92, 135 Rogers, lohn ........ .. ............. 55, 108, 119 Rogers. Lynette ..... ........,. 6 8, 89, 118, 122 Rohrig, Carolyn ........ ........,............. 7 5, 172 Rohwer, Elaine .....,.... ...,.................. 6 8, 122 Rollsmeyer, Eleanore .......... 68, 89, 106, 108, 118, 120 Root, Ann ........ 55, 89, 92, 100, 103, 132, 183 Root, loanne ............,...,.......,...,.....,. 46, 89, 136 Ross, lanet ............,..,.....,..,,.. 68, 105, 121, 136 Rather, Ladene .......,,........,,..... 46, 92, 93. 118 Roudebush, Donna .......,................ 68, 89, 120 Rudd, Carolyn ..,,.. 35, 78, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 91, 92, 93, 94, 100, 101, 136, 168 Rudd, Phyllis ,..... .... ,.......,,.,.. 5 5 , 103, 105, 135 Runty, Bill ...... .,.........................,,, 6 8, 88, 107 Russ, Ted .....,. ......... 6 8, 141, 145, 147, 154 S Saatholt, lo .............................. 35, 87, 89, 131 Sachs, Carole ...................,.... 68, 105, 118, 122 Sachtleben, Clyde ,.55, 86, 96, 108, 127, 182 Sack, Gladys ...................................................... 68 Sack, Sandra ........................ 55, 92, 105, 136 Sample, Rex .... ,....... 3 6, 85, 99, 100, 113, 183 Samuels, Anita ......,....................... 68, 118, 121 Sandall, Larry ....... ....... 5 5, 88, 106, 108, 128. 159, 183 Sandsted, Mary Io ............................,..,.......... 46 Sandsted, Bill ...................,.............. 68, 107, 124 Sautter, Chester .......,........ 36, 86, 88, 96, 128 Savidge, Louise .... 68, 89, 106, 108, 109, 131 Schlichtemier Margaret ...... 56, 79, 107, 108, 109, 136 Schlichtemier, Margie ......., 56, 79, 107, 108, 109, 136 Schmidt, Gaye ............... ...,........................ 6 8 Schmidt, Iames ...... ............... 6 8, 128 Schmitt, Addie .....................,....,...........,. 56, 135 Schock, Maurice ....................,....... 69, 108, 127 Schrepl, lerry ...... 56, 100, 114, 115, 128, 183 Schultz, Gerald .....................,...,.................,.... 72 Schwenk, Mel ......,.................,. 36, 85. 127, 183 Schwenk, Norman ..,............... 56, 85, 127,582 , , 95, 97, 0, Schweppe, Lou ....... 56 76114, 119' 182 Schwier, Vivian ..,..... ......,....,.............. 5 6, 135 Seamark, Mark ......,.... Semin, Roger ..........,......,........... Seng, Darrel ...... 69, Shaler, Marjorie ....... 104, 113, 114, 115, 119 127 119 Shalon, Don .,.................................... 69, 88. Shanks, Donald ........ .......................... 5 6, 127 Shanks, Harold ..... ........ 5 6, 127, 158, 182 Sharp, Dorothy .... 2 .,.............,........ 46, 108, 132 Shearer, Sandra ....,........,... .. ......... 69, 120, 136 Sheary, Mel .......... 36, 93, 147, 148, 151, 155 Sherman, Kent ....................., 56, 106, 108, 127 Shippen, Ernest ...........,.... 36, 97, 99, 103, 183 Shooshan, Carole .1 ................................ 69, 121 Showalter, Raymond ,..... ,..............,.... 6 9 Shutts, Ellis .................... ............... 5 6, 113 Sieg, Tom .,.................,. ......... 6 9, 113, 127 Sigler, Ruth ............... ,..... . ..69, 118, 122 Skogman, Carol ....... ................................ 7 2 Smit, Lois ................. ...,.... 5 6, 114, 115, 132 Smith, Allred .................................................... 72 Smith, Elinor ............... Smith, Hal ..36, 76, 83, 86, 88, 104, 127, 182 Smith, lo .......................................... ,36, 94, 131 Smith Marilyn lo ........ ..................... 3 6, 90 Snell, Eleanor ....... ..................... 6 9, 122, 136 Sommer, Marilyn ..................................., 75, 172 Sorensen, Wayne ........ 69, 114, 115, 127, 182 179, 180 Spearman, Margaret ..........69, 118, 131 Spencer, Carl ....,. ............ 3 6, 74, 84, 85, 87 131 Spencer, loyce ...,....,........... 56, 94, 96, 97, 128 Spohr, Stan ..........,............,.... 56, 93, , 152 Stahlnecker, Doran Stairs, Chloe .,,......, 69, 88, 97, 108, 122, 132 Starr, Bob .............. Stauber, Marilyn , ......... . Steele, LaDonna .......... Stein, lesse .............., Stein, Neil ......,..... Steinlce, Ronald ...... Stephens, Sharlee . 69, 93, 128. 140, 153 88, 118, 120 118, 120 128 97 Sterner, Ardis ...... ............................ 5 6, 132 Stevens, Shirley ...... ........ 6 9, 107, 108, 118, 122, 179, 180 Stilwell, Martha ,..... ........... 6 9, 122, 131 Stith, Thelma ........... .......................,............. 7 0 Stock, Carolyn ................................ 36, 89, 118 Stone, Shirley ...... .......... 7 0, 79, 92, 97, 121 Story, Bill ......... ,. ..................................... 37 Strom, Beverly ...... Stroy, Dorothy ...... Suiter, Flon ............ Swigart, Don ........ .. Tangeman, lames 131 76, 78, 92, 93, 103, 105, 135, 161 Suttin, Arthur ..,,... , .,...........................,.............. 70 Swanson, Glenda ......... ......47, 106, 108, 109, 127 76, 79, 89 89, 124 Tanner, Neil ................,..................... 47, 76, 95 Taylor, Leon .............. 47, Tecker, Hal ......... .. Teel, Lyle .............. TeKolste, Larry ...... 76, 93, 95, 128, 140 .. ............................ 70, 119 Terman, Burnett ..... ......... 7 0, 119, 141, 155 Texley, Merry . ........ .... Thierstein, William Thomas, Iunior .... - ,...... Thomas, Bob ........... .. Thompson Bill ..... .,.- .......,.. 70, 118, 122 .......70 Thompson Boyd ....... - ......... 37, 93, 140 Thompson Carol ......... ........ .. ............ 7 0 Thompson, Hugh ...... ....,.,....................... 5 7, 96 Thomsen, Donald .... .. ................., .. .......... 57, 104 Thomson, Gary .... N ..,... 57, 97, 103, 104, 119 Thrapp, Howard .................................... 57, 104 Thurman, Betty ....... Tietjen, Carole .... ,. ..........37, 93, 132 131 Todd, Marilynn ........ ......... . .57, 89, 135, 161 Todd, Put .,...,,..,....,......,..... . ...........,. 70, 118, 121 Tompkins, Nancy ........., 70, 92, 103, 121, 136, 179, 180 Toombs, Marcie ...................,........,........, 57, 135 Tornkvist, loyce .... 70, 92, 100, 105, 121, 131 Touzalin, Rex .........,....,............................... 73, 85 Towle, Niles .... N .,...... ........................... 7 2 Towle, Phil ..,................ ..,.......,. 7 0, 128, 159 Townsend, Norman ................................ 70, 119 Trail, Mary .........,...............,.. 70, 105, 120, 135 Trautman, lane ................................ 47, 89, 135 Turner, janet ..... 57, 79, 92, 93, 131 Underwood, LaVeta .............. 70, 92, 105, 132 Ung Leon, Demetrio ..... ........,.............. 3 7, 90 Upham, Lesley ..,............. ........... ................ 7 3 Van Boening, Gary ....... 119 Van Cleave, Dewey .............. 47, 93, 128, 141 Vasquez, Victor .......... Vaughan, Ruth .,....., Vergith, Elder: ........ ...................., ............. 7 2 Veskerna, Earl .... ..........,........... 7 2, 85, 89, 124 Vlach, Lois ..,............................,................ 71, 136 Vodehnal, ldona ....,. 57, 78, 79, 88, 92, 132 Vogt, Margaret ...................... 37, 93, 118, 151 Voorhees, lanet ,............. 71, 92, 93, 120, 132 Vrana, Ruby ........ 37, 82, 83, 84, 93, 103, 132 Vrana, lo ..,..... .................. 4 7, 78, 79, 89, 132 Wagner, Charlotte ........... .................,..... 4 7 '1 Wagner, Marilyn .................. 47, 74, 135, 77, 182 183 Wagner, Virginia ..........,... 57, 79, 893653, Walker, Barbara .................... 47, 87, 108, ' 94, 135 118 1 Walker, Clillord .................. ,..,...........,... ........... 5 7 Walters, Gilbert .,.. 71, 96, 97, 100, 102, 183 Ware, Barbara ..............,......... 71, 96, 118, 122 autographs Werner. Pm .......... 71, 92, 103, 105, 121 135 Watson, Carolyn ,......... 57, 92, 105. 136: isa Watts, Richard ........... . .................................,, 72 Weatherhogg, Carolyn .,....,................. 37, 131 Webster, Elizabeth .................. 71, 89, 92, 132 Wegner. Delores ................,............. 71, 97, 121 Weinhold, Carl ...........................................,,... 71 Weiss. Carlyle .............. 71, 93, 103, 104, 124 Westmorland, Lane .,,,,,,,,..,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 7 2 Weston, lanice .......... Weston, 1..aVonne .... 122, 135 89, 135 White, Lloyd .......... ......... 5 7, 103, 124 Whitney, Kay ...................... ........... 5 7, 89, 131 Wickenkamp, Marilyn ..........................,......... 37 Wiles, Pauline .......................................... 71, 100 Wilkinson, Susan ............ 37, 84, 87, 89, 135 Williams, lane .......,............................,... 75, 172 Williams, Ieanne ..........., 71, 89, 92, 120, 131 Williams, Mary ..,,.... 57, 89, 92, 93, 105, 131 Willis Eileen .............................................1 71, 122 Willoughby, Kenneth ............ ,. ........,. - .... 72, 88 Willoughby, LeRoy ................ 71, 90, 192, 0 Wilson, Donna ,,...... ..47, 76 1 93. 128 87, 97, 120, 122 1 Wiltfang, lack ......,......................... 57, 140, 153 Winer, Donald .................,................................ 71 Wolle, Wilma ..... Wood, lack ....... Wood, Iohn ...... Wood, Mary ......... Wood, Sharon ...,..... Woodcock, Janet ...... 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