Northwest Missouri State University - Tower Yearbook (Maryville, MO)

 - Class of 1954

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KX 55 S X X - I N X LEW ' SQR, f l FQ mm ANN J Pg3 In dedicating Brown, the T1 things-things character, per students, and ws friendly advice Through his Field Service Brown has met DEDICA T10 Mr. Everett Brown ln dedicating the 1954 Tower to Mr. Everett Brown, the Tower Staff considered many things-things such as service to the college, character, personality, friendliness toward students, and willingness to help all who need friendly advice or counseling. Through his position as Director of the Field Service and Placement Bureau, Mr. Brown has met almost every student at some Page 5 point during his collegiate career. That he has done this with an air of friendliness and im- partiality is a well known fact. It was with great pleasure that the 1954 Tower was dedicated to him. Devotion to his work, his high ideals, service to the students and to the college represent a few of the many things that are a monument to the personal worth of Mr. Brown. PRE ID T of the COLLEGE A year ag4 the general t here is the re the staff has words and pi Northwest Mi these pages. of many actii fairs, spirituz physical envi to every colli brought toget student life. on the splend told the story freshman to tl Truly the n of this college ance of a W Page 6 LEGE PRE IDE T 9 ESSAGE A year ago your TOWER staff decided on the general theme of the 1954 TOWER and here is the realization of that plan. How Well the staff has been able to bring together in words and pictures life on the campus of the Northwest Missouri State College is evident in these pages. Life on the campus is made up of many activities, classroom work, social af- fairs, spiritual experiences, adjustment to the physical environment, and others Well known to every college student. Here they are all brought together in the year-round record of student life. The staff is to he congratulated on the splendid manner in which they have told the story ofthe development of the naive freshman tothe sophisticated senior. Truly the mark of quality on the graduates of this college should carry with it the assur- ance of a Well-developed individual. This should mean that the graduate is well pre- pared in his chosen areas of learning, that he has developed a professional outlook that will help him in his chosen vocation, that he will have developed those social characteristics which will mark him as a college educated citizen, that he has learned to care for his body and to nourish his soul to the end that he will repay society in the quality of his life for the opportunities that have been made avail- able to him on this campus. The 1954 TOWER is yours to enjoy as you live again the school year 1953-54 and see here those things that have helped to make you a better person because of your associa- tion with the life on this campus. -.1 . W. JONES President J. W. JONES A. PRICE HUGHES Page 7 , 4'f"'Vw ,. 5 ,Mya ., yy, IIULA TIC ,wb 7 mf, MNH AN f Q .V 3 f if 39 S, , ,, 9 eff, 5' xy K f 4 v Y f 87' we' 2: ' 2' QM, ff Q2 , fi, ff Q Top row: Second rou Third row: Bottom rm E IUR Top row: Helen Adams, Jacky Adams. Second row: Jerry Agee, Marilyn D. Anderson Third row: Frank Babb, Billy Keith Baber. Bottom row: Harold Dean Bailey, Virginia Barger Page9 E IOR 3 Page 10 Top row: Margaret Bodle, Carter Botkin. Top row: f Second row: Charlene Carr, Donald Lee Corbin, Second row Third row: Wfallace Croy, Jr., Diane Clements Davenport. Bottom row : Virdean Third row: Dorman, Cyril Dougherty. Bottom mu E IOR 2 3 5 r Botlcin. 1 Top row: Norma Claire Duffy, Rosa Lea Eivins ald Lee Corbin. ' Second row: Sam Elliott, F. Dale Elmore. ine Clements Third row: Ruth E. Gammell, Marilyn Gilliland. til Dougherly' Bottom row: Beverly Goodrich, Harold E. Gray, Jr. Page 11 ENIORS 5 Top row: Lecie Hall, Leona Hall. Top row: l Seconflrow: Ella Ray Hankins, Joyce Haws. Second row Third row: Melva Heits, Clyde Hulet. Third "ow: Bottom. row: Rita Hunter, Lucille Hunzigel BONOW 'Ou Page 12 3 Haws- Second row: Lola Johnston, Lois Jean Kemper. E IDR Top row: Maurice Ingram, Gerald L. James. Third row: Joan Kowitz, Mary Jane Kurtz., ,Der Bottom row: Alverado Kysar, Merle R. Lesher. Page 13 ENIOR Top row: Wanda Mantzey, Mallerd Maune. TOP row-' Second row: Mildredi Maxon, George McCleave. Second rm Third row: Sue McCoppin, Wayne L. McDaniel. Third row: Bottom row: Virginia B. McGinnis, Dick Merkle. Bottom' mu Page 14 E I UR Maune. Top row: Frank J. Meyer, Kenneth E. Miller. re Mccleavel Second row: Byron Nowell Miller, Dixie f Morehouse. I. McDaniel' Third row: Stanley K. Ogden, Don Palmer. Bottom row: Clifford Max Pierce, Duane E. Dick Merkle' Richardson. 'Pa-gf15 . SENIORS Pgge 16 Second row: Irene Schmitz, Joanne Hofer Sharp. ' Top row: ,lean L. Richardson, Phyllis Rievel lj - Top row: Second ro Thircl row: Mary Shipton, Don N. Silcott. Third ,Owl Botlom row: Dixie Wllite Solonycze, Lucille Bottom mu Steinhauser. is Riegel. Hofer Sharp. bilcott. C Lucille Bottom row: Donald Watson, Audra LaVerne SENIOR Top row: Robert M. Stevenson, Dean Stuck. Second row: Miles Stucker, Melvin L. Twacldle. Third row: Tommy Utz Joseph L. Walker. Williams. ' P g 1 7 l 1 E r i l 1 l I i l l l l UNI UR Page 18 Top row: Monte Adams. Harold Addington, Reid Anderson, Harriet Appleton. Second row: Byron Bailey, Pat Baker, Cwenda Barnes, John Barrett. Third row: Frank Bayless, Marvin Bowman, Charles Brown, Joyce Brown. Bottom row: Marilyn Brown, Terry Bullock, Raymond Butt, Joan Cartwright. Top row: Violet Casey, David Cochran, Jackie Collins, Pat Cooper. Second row: Annie Lou Cowan, Frances Cross, Elizabeth Cushman John Davis. Third row: Marca Dick, Harold Dinsmore, Phyllis Dyer, Corwin Elliott. Bottom row: Daniel Keith Evans, Barbara F ox, Duane Freeman, John Fuller. Top row: Monte Adams. Harold Addington, Reid Anderson, Harriet Appleton. Second row: Byron Bailey, Pat Baker, Cwenda Barnes, John Barrett. Third row: Frank Bayless, Marvin Bowman, Charles Brown, Joyce Brown. Bottom row: Marilyn Brown, Terry Bullock, Raymond Butt, Joan Cartwright. Top row: Violet Casey, David Cochran, Jackie Collins, Pat Cooper. Second row: Annie Lou Cowan, Frances Cross, Elizabeth Cushman, John Davis. Third row: Marca Dick, Harold Dinsmore, Phyllis Dyer, Corwin Elliott. Bottom row: Daniel Keith Evans Barbara Fox, Duane Freeman, .lohn Fuller. UNI OR Page 19 UNI UR Page 20 Top row: Donald Gardner, John Garner, Norma Gladstone, ,I im Gillett. Second row: J. D. Hammond, J. David Helm, Bonnie .lean Henderson, ,lack Hill. Third row: Evelyn Hillman, Marilyn Horner, Robert Hull, Robert Humpreville. Bottom row: Charlotte Huntsman ,lerry ldeker, Donna Jones, ,lack Kinder. Top row: Molly Koffman, Roberta Kordes. Mizella Lemar, Larry Matheny. Second row : .lanet MoClard, Homer McCoole, Owen McIntyre, Janet Mills. Third row: Max Moore, Alma Murrell, Avis Murrell, Betty Nazarene. Bottom row: Patty Ann Neff, Calvin Nelson, Louise Novinger, Dick Oakerson. Top row: Donald Gardner, John Garner, Norma Gladstone, Jim Gillen. Second row: J. D. Hammond J. David Helm Bonnie .lean Henderson .lack Hill. Third row Evelyn Hillman Marilyn Horner Robert Hull Robert Humprevllle Bottom row Charlotte Huntsman Jerry Ideker Donna Jones J ack K1nder Top row: Molly Koffman, Roberta Kordes, Mizella Lemar, Larry Matheny. Second row: .lanet McClard Homer McCoole Owen McIntyre Janet Mills. T hzrrl row Max Moore Alma Murrell Avis Murrell Betty Navarene Bottom row Patty Ann Neff Calvin Nelson Louise Novmger Duck Oalrerson UNI ORS Page 21 7 1 7 1 , 1 1 fi ' 1 , Y I 7 1 l s 1 1 1 -r 1 I 1 1 I -53 gs UNIOR Page 22 Top row: Norman Pearson, Robert Pumphrey, Mary Richards, Arlene Rinehart, Carolyn Risser. Second row: Gordon Robertson, Mary Rucker, John Russell, Bob Sawhill, Monte Schaufler. Third row: Evelyn Shaline, Robert Shea, Michael Sheil, Berniece Short, Don Sklenar. Fourth row: .lames Somerville, Allen Spies, Earl Sprong, Gerry Struck, Robert Thorne. Bottom row: Maurice Tobin, Bruce Twaddle, Henry Voss, Artie Walker, Burl Walter. Top row: Angenette Ada. Herbert L. Anderson, Mary Anderson Viron Bender. Second row : Helen Bills, Donald Blackfoi Barbara Ann Bo John Boyd. Third row: George Brown, Bonnie Campbell Mary Frances Carter, Alvin E. Clark. Fourth row: Veldeva Cochran, Bob Colville, Roger Cook, Pat Coulthard. Bottom row: Carolyn Criswell, Marym Croy, B. G. Darby, Wanda David. Top row: Norman Pearson, Robert Pumphrey, Mary Richards, Arlene Rinehart, Carolyn Risser. Second row: Gordon Robertson, Mary Rucker, John Russell, Bob Sawhill, Monte Schaufler. Third row: Evelyn Shaline, Robert Shea, Michael Sheil, Berniece Short, Don Sklenar. Fourth row: James Somerville Allen Spies, Earl Sprong. Gerry Struck, Robert Thorne. Bottom row: Maurice Tobin, Bruce Twaddle, Henry Voss, Artie Walker, Burl Walter. 1 Top row: Angenette Adams, Herbert L. Anderson, Mary Anderson Viron Bender. Second row: Helen Bills, Donald Blackford, Barbara Ann Boyd, John Boyd. Third row: George Brown, Bonnie Campbell, Mary Frances Carter, Alvin E. Clark, Fourth row: Veldeva Cochran, Bob Colville, Roger Cook, Pat Coulthard. Bottom row: Carolyn Criswell, Marym Croy, B. C. Darby, Wanda David. OPHO ORE Page 23 OPI-I0 OR Page 24 Top row: Mary Ann Davis, Weldon Dowden, Bob Duke, Helen Durby. Second row: Myrna Falk, Georgia Ferguson Jean Ann Feurt, Evelyn Finter. Third row: Wayne Fischer, Gordon Garrett, Erma Grabill, Rosalee Grace. Fourth row: Harold Greaves, Shannon Green, Carol Groom, James Hamilton. Bottom row: Lynnelle Hankins, Peggy Elaine Henry, Betty ,lean Heyser, Burton Hiatt. Top row: Rose Alice Ho Evert C. Hunsl Claire .lohnson Wanda Kingso Second row : Marylyn ,lanett LaMar, Richard Maede Robert L. Mark Lavon Mattes. Third row: Robert L. McCartney, D. J. McCulloug Ann McNeill, .lo Ann Meek. Fourth row: Nancy Menefee, Kay Milligan, Carolyn Mix, Beverly Moore. Bottom row: Dean Moore, Dixie Moore, Kenneth Moore, Lona Lu Moore. Top row: Mary Ann Davis, Weldon Dowden, Bob Duke, Helen Durby. Second row: Myrna Falk, Georgia Ferguson, Jean Ann Feurt, Evelyn Finter. Third row: Wayne Fischer, Gordon Garrett, Erma Grabill, Rosalee Grace. Fourth row: Harold Greaves, Shannon Green, Carol Groom, James Hamilton. Bottom row: Lynnelle Hankins, Peggy Elaine Henry, Betty Jean Heyser, Burton Hiatt. Top row: Rose Alice Hopple, Evert C. Hunsicker, Claire Johnson, Wanda Kingsolver. Second row: Marylyn Janette LaMar, Richard Maeder, Robert L. Markt, Lavon Mattes. Third row: Robert L. McCartney, D. J. McCullough, Ann McNeill, .Jo Ann Meek. Fourth row: Nancy Menefee, Kay Milligan, Carolyn Mix, Beverly Moore. Bottom row: Dean Moore, Dixie Moore, Kenneth Moore, Lona Ln Moore. , , g ,A ,. A ..., .A . .-.J .- ........,,.--..,L...,...,-,-...--.Q,-,. ,a-........e...l.......A...,--,,.- OPHO ORE Page 25 Top row: Max L. Nelson, Roy Nethken, Martha Newman, Kenneth Nickell. Second row : William George Noble, Gary Oehler, David W. Penwell, Jeanne Powell. Third row: Ric Quinn, Roland Ray, B. N. Roberts, Frank Russell. Fourth row: Mary Alice Scanlan, Frances Seat, Carroll Shipley, Joe Sickels. Bottom row: Robert Smith, J ack Spence, Flossie Stevens Sprong, Barbara Staley. Top row: Doris Ann Staples J. W. Stone, Jeanette Stouffer, Barbara Taylor, Marlene Taylor. Second row: Ruth Tebow, Richard Tilton, Dorothy Thiessen, ,lohnn Lee Thompson, Russell Thompson Third row: Teresa Tobin, Marvin A. Triggs, Barbara Tyer, Graham Venable, Joan Volk. Fourth row: Ruth Wall, Donald Warford, Virginia Watkins, Jean Webb, .loy Ann White. Bottom row: .lohn F. Whitford, Marcia Woodcock, Bill Yeary, Elsie Youngberg, Doris Yungschlager. Top row: Max L. Nelson, Roy N ethken, Martha Newman, Kenneth Nickell. Second row: William George Noble, Gary Oehler, David W. Penwell, Jeanne Powell. Third row: Ric Quinn, Roland Ray, B. N. Roberts, Frank Russell. Fourth row: Mary Alice Scanlan, Frances Seat, Carroll Shipley, Joe Sickels. Bottom row: Robert Smith, ,J ack Spence, Flossie Stevens Sprong, Barbara Staley. Top row: Doris Ann Staples, J. W. Stone, .leanette.Stouffer, Barbara Taylor, Marlene Taylor. Second row: Ruth Tebow, Richard Tilton, Dorothy Thiessen Johnn Lee Thompson, Russell Thompson. Third row: Teresa Tobin, Marvin A. Triggs, Barbara Tyer, Graham Venable, Joan Volk. Fourth row: Ruth Wall, Donald Warford, Virginia Watkins, Jean Webb, - Joy Ann White. Bottom row: .lohn F. Whitford, Marcia Woodcock, Bill Yeary, Elsie Youngberg, Doris Yungschlager. UPHO ORE Page 27 Top row: Charles Adair, Pat Adams, Aldon Addington, Lowell Adkins, James Albertson. Second row: Bonita Allen, Ann Allison, Sandra Almquist, ,Io Ellen Anderson, Nellie Argo. Third row: Walter Arms, Carolyn Baker, Harold Baker, Kevin Barker, Lon Barker. Fourth Row: Anna Mae Barnes, Donald Beattie, Colleen Beggs, Stanley Bentall, Elbert Blair. Fifth row: Yvonne Blair, Neal Boatright, Sally Bolin, Ernestine Boyd, Pat Boydston. Bottom row: Charles Brandt, Larry Brennan, Bryce Brinigar, Laverne Brown, Robert Brown. Top row: Arthur Buckingham, Richard Burson, Aleta Butler, Delores Caldwell, Ethel Carlson. Second row: Roger Carson, Darlene Case, Paul Clark, Marjorie Cockayne, Irvin Cockriel. Third row : Darlene Coleman, Janice Commons, Bryon Cooper, Ruth Crane, Arlene Crockett. Fo u-rth row : Vic Cromer, Pat Crouse, Betty Crowley, Betty Dougan, Zonell Dannar. Fifth row: Del Davidson, Roger Dearmont, Ted Derks, Maurice DeShazer, Richard Dinkel. Bottom row : Montra Dorman, Kenneth Dowden, Wanda Dugger. Cary Ellison, Marcia Ely, Top row: Charles Adair, Pat Adams, Aldon Addington, Lowell Adkins, James Albertson. Second row: Bonita Allen, Ann Allison, Sandra Almquist, Jo Ellen Anderson, Nellie Argo. Third row: Walter Arms, Carolyn Baker, Harold Baker, Kevin Barker, Lon Barker. Fourth Row: Anna Mae Barnes, Donald Beattie, Colleen Beggs, Stanley Bentall, Elbert Blair. Fifth row: Yvonne Blair, Neal Boatright, Sally Bolin, Ernestine Boyd, Pat Boydston. Bottom row: Charles Brandt, Larry Brennan, Bryce Brinigar, Laverne Brown, Robert Brown. Top row: Arthur Buckingham, Richard Burson, Aleta Butler, Delores Caldwell, Ethel Carlson. Second row: Roger Carson, Darlene Case, Paul Clark, Marjorie Cockayne, Irvin Cockriel. Third row: Darlene Coleman, Janice Commons, Bryon Cooper, Ruth Crane, Arlene Crockett. Fourth row: Vic Cromer, Pat Crouse, Betty Crowley, Betty Dougan, Zonell Dannar. Fifth row: Del Davidson, Roger Dearmont, Ted Derks, Maurice DeShazer, Richard Dinkel. Bottom row: Montra Dorman, Kenneth Dowden, War-da Dugger, Cary Ellison, Marcia Ely, FREH E Page 29 FRESH E Page 30 Top row: Sterling Evans Mary Fast, Gus Fasone, Kaye Ferguson, Charles Foley. Second row: Robert Foster, Don Francis, Richard Frizell, Mary Anne Funkhouser, Sharon Gabbert. Third row: Karen Gardner, Franklin Garey, Lorraine Garside, Marilyn Garten, Bill Geer. Fourth row: Jeanne Goodson, Rosalie Graham, Raymond Greever, Wilma Greever, , Sherry Grindstaff. Fifth row: James Gromer, Charles Hagee, Joyce Hamilton, Doyle Hendrickson, Carol Harvey. Bottom row: George Haskey, Mary Lou Hedstrom, Shirley Heits, Edwin Herde, Norman Higginbolham. Top row: Marilyn Houston, Bill Humphrey, Mike Hutcheon, James Jackson, Sally Jackson. Second row: Wreatha Jarvis, Helen Jennings, Deon Jensen, Larry Jones, Phyllis Jones. Third row: Shirley Jones, Jim Joy, Nancy Kariger, Bill Kelim, Phyllis Kelley. Fourth row : Max Kincaid, Barbara Kunze, , Bob Lafferty, Bill La Hue, Barbara LaMar. Fifth row: Elaine Lands-s, Letha Laws, Hiram Lilley, Ann Linn, George Lockridge. Bottom row: Florence Loose, Kenneth Lyles, L. W. Marrs. Jim Martin, Jean Marvich. 'op row: Sterling Evans, Viary Fast, Sus Fasone, Kaye Ferguson, Charles Foley. Second row: Robert Foster, Don Francis, Richard Frizell, Mary Anne Funkhouser, Sharon Gabbert. Third row: Karen Gardner, Franklin Carey, Lorraine Garside, Marilyn Garten, Bill Geer. Fourth row : Jeanne Goodson, Rosalie Graham, Raymond Greever, Wilma Greever, , Sherry Grindstaff. Fifth row: James Gromer, Charles Hagee, Joyce Hamilton, Doyle Hendrickson, Carol Harvey. Bottom row : George Haskey, Mary Lou Hedstrom, Shirley Heils, Edwin Herde, Norman Higginbotham. Top row: Marilyn Houston, Bill Humphrey, Mike Hutcheon, James Jackson, Sally Jackson. Second row: Wreatha Jarvis, Helen Jennings, Deon Jensen, Larry Jones, Phyllis Jones. Third row: Shirley Jones, Jim Joy, Nancy Kariger, Bill Kelim, Phyllis Kelley. Fourth row: Max Kincaid, Barbara Kunze, Bob Lafferty, Bill La Hue, Barbara LaMar., Fifth row: Elaine Landes, Letha Laws, Hiram Lilley, Ann Linn, George Lockridge Bottom row: Florence Loose, Kenneth Lyles, L. W. Marrs, Jim Martin, .lean Marvich. FRESH E Page- 31 Top row: Mary Masters, Martin Maune, Bob McClure, Doris McKinley, Kae Mendenhall. S econ fl row: Mary Michal, Virginia Milbourne, Shirley Miller, Robert Mock, Larry Moore. Third row: Marie Morris, Russell Morris, Shirley Motsinger, A. W. Murray, Beverly Murphy. Fourth row: Marilyn New, Jamie Neely, Barbara Nixon, Nina Jo Noellsch, Kirby Norman. Fifth row: Patricia O'Brien, Marilyn O'Connor, Claudia O'Dell, Paul Packhurst, John Patton. Bottom row: DeLoris Peterson, Burdette Pierpoint, Bettebelle Pitts, Michael Ponak, Beverly Porter. Top row: Mary Lou Price, Nancy Rainey, Ted Reed, Katherine Reeves, Glen da Rice. Second row : Donald Riegel, Vernon Roberts, Mary Rolf, Jim Roll, Donna Ross. Third row: Margaret Rowland, Roger Rowlett, Shirley Russell, Sherry Ryan, Angela Saale. Fourth row: Kay Schilling, Cordon Schneider, Brill Schultz, James Sharp, Kathryn Smith. Fifth row: Richard Smith, James Snapp, Nancy Snidow, Bob Sparks, Bill Sparrow. Bottom row: Lura Stafford, Darlene Stamp, Stanley Stanton, Marian Stone, Beverly Sundell. Top row: Mary Masters, Martin Maune, Bob McClure, Doris McKinley, Kae Mendenhall. Second row: Mary Michal, Virginia Milbourne, Shirley Miller, Robert Mock, Larry Moore. Third row: Marie Morris, Russell Morris, Shirley Motsinger, A. W. Murray, Beverly Murphy. Fourth row: Marilyn New, Jamie Neely, Barbara Nixon, Nina ,lo Noellsch, Kirby Norman. Fifth row: Patricia O7Brien, Marilyn O'Connor, Claudia O'Dell, Paul Packhurst, John Patton. Bottom row: DeLoris Peterson, Burdette Pierpoint, Bettebelle Pitts, M-ichael Ponak, Beverly Porter. Top row: Mary Lou Price, Nancy Rainey, Ted Reed, Katherine Reeves, Glenda Rice. Second row: Donald Riegel, Vernon Rob arts, Mary Rolf, Jim Roll, Donna Ross. Third row: Margaret Rcwlanc', Roger Rowlett, Shirley Russell, Sherry Ryan, Angela Saale. Fourth row: Kay Schilling, Gordon Schneider, Bill Schultz, James Sharp, Kathryn Smith. Fifth row: Richard Smith, James Snapp, Nancy Snidow, Bob Sparks, Bill Sparrow. Bottom row: Lura Stafford, Darlene Stamp, Stanley Stanton, Marian Stone, Beverly Sundell. FREH E Page 33 ..... ANL. - ... .' Lf..,, - ...........s..,............ ..,.. ,.-,,-, , . ,. FREH E Page 34 Top row: Lauretta Taylor, Wendell Teague, Alice Terhune, Joan Terwilliger, Rolande Thompson. Second row: Beverly Thomson, Delores Tietz, Kathleen Tobin, Ken Tobin, Janet Trost. Third row: Arlene Uthe, J im Viles, Charles Wachter, Willard Wagner, Willis Walker. Fourth row: Wilma Walker, Marge Wallace, Lydia Walter, Garnette Weigart, LeRoy West. Fifth row: Marjorie White, Marcia Wilhoit, Charles Wiliams, JoAnn Williams, Patricia Wood. Bottom row: Lester Wooten, William Workman James Wright, Sue Wright, Gerry Wurster, 7 WM I ff Front row: FR Kappa Delta Pi,' CQRTER Bona coming Committe JOHN LINDELL- senate, Sophomor Cimn. Doucmg president, Kappa -ALLEN Smzs-I Pl, band presiden Second row : Jq The above 1 making "Who' students have ice to the can social activitic mention only a activities. This year, t -H mathematical was eligible fc candidate for V Top row: Lauretta Taylor, Wendell Teague, Alice Terhune, .loan Terwilliger, Rolande ThomPS0n- Second row: Beverly Th0mS0I1, Delores Tietz, Kathleen Tobin, Ken Tobin, Janet Trost. Third row: Arlene Uthe, J im Viles, Charles Wachter, Wagner: Willis Walker- Fourth row: Wilma Walker, Marge Wallace, Lydia Walter, Garnette Weigaflv LeRoy West. Fifth row: Marjorie White, Marcia Wilhoit, Charles Wiliams, JoAnn Williams, Patricia Wood. Bottom row: Lester Wooten, William Workman, James Wriglll, Sue Wright, Gerry Wurster. WHO' WHO Front row: FRANK BABB-Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity, Kappa Delta Pi, Writer's Club. CARTER BOTKIN-Tau Kappa Epsilon president Home- 7 coming Committee, Intra Mural Commission. JOHN LINDELL-Sigma Tau Gamma president,-student senate, Sophomore class president. CYRIL DOUGHERTY-Tower Editor, student senate vice- president, Kappa Delta Pi. ALLEN SPIES-Phi Sigma Epsilon president, Kappa Delta Pi, ,band president. Second row: JOAN Kowirz---Kappa Delta Pi president, The above students have had the honor of making '4Who's Whon on this campus. These students have excelled in leadership, in serv- ice to the campus, and in professional and social activities. We had space enough to mention only a few of their many and varied activities. This year, the Student Senate established a mathematical system for determining who was eligible for Who7s Who. To become a candidate for Whois Who, the student had to Page 35 Kappa Omicron Phi president, Independent Club president student senate vice-president. MELVA Hsirs-Alpha Psi Omega, Independent Club, stu- dent senate, Northwest Missourian staff. MARY SHIPTON-Kappa Delta Pi vice-president, Inde pendent Club vice-president, Homecoming Committee. Lois KEMPER-Sigma Sigma Sigma president, Northwest Missourian staff, Homecoming Committee. LUCILLE HUNZIGER-Northwest Missourian staff, Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, Homecoming Committee. MARILYN GILLILAND-Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Omicron Phi, Religious Emphasis Committee chairman. have a scholastic standing of at least 1.75. From this point, the records of each student qualifying scholastically were examined. For membership in organizations, social and de- partmental, and for acts of service to the col- lege, each student was given a predetermined number of points. lt was by this formula that the above stu- dents were selected. Each of these students has participated in a well rounded college program. 7 GRAD UA TIUN S UMMER GRAD UA T I ON Page 36' - ' ' " ' ' "Su"A""""""1'i'!'I-'-3'"f"'i"'1--14-v-v-.:....+1-....,,.,.,,,,4,,, . , ' ' ' r ,WW f WH , ,H ,,---W----...:......,... , , , ' - f' f-' f ff-- -f rn , -93'-'ff-ff----N -A f--nv-f..,,.,-.x .,.,,,. ..,,.,., ,N 4 K REGISTRA TI ON DA Y Page 37 , , , . . . . ... . . , ,, . . . I -.........-.-.......-......u. .-,.- -.....-V.4.... 1........-.1 With the fn and his HMM ' and the uppel pealing of the tain on Walko After a briei the Hgreeniesn house steps to 4 Case, uFreshrn. was administer Nathan. Decisin the punishmem men Larry Moo Under the we the beanie beds way hack to th4 battle was stage Ohregon and E 3 A Q ,f E ...,...........--......,.... ...- ..i....-............. WALKO T DAY With the freshmen as the cast, Bog Kariger and his HM Club members as the directors, and the upperclassmen as the audience, the pealing of the Victory Bell rang up the cur- tain on Walkout Day, l953. After a briefing on the art of how to button, the 'cgreeniesl' paraded uptown to the court- house steps to appear as the defendants in the case, '4Freshmen vs. The QM' Clubf, Justice was administered by an unbiased Judge Nathan. Decisions were quickly rendered, and the punishment was very inclusive as Fresh- men Larry Moore and Bill Schultz will testify. Under the watchful eyes of their superiors, the beanie bedecked students then made their way back to the campus where a royal naval battle was staged between Upperclassmen Gil Obregon and Ernie Hutchings and Freshmen Kirb Norman and Kenn Tobin. The rest of y v Y p the mornin was rounded out with a flour g grenade battle, several relays, and a very wet tug of war. At noon, a picnic lunch served on the tennis court was a welcome intermission in the day's activities, and many a hearty appetite was satisfied. The afternoon activities consisted of a mo- tion picturelshown at the Tivoli Theatre pre- ceded by entertainment provided by George Kling, Rick Tilton, and a host of other local talent. A dance in the Student Union climaxed the day, and the rhythm of dancing feet brought down the curtain on a day that will long be remembered. f . .7 A, ., -' - 6 Wim,-A . 1 1 ,fx -i ,. -' sqm - sf Page 3 , ,,,,,,.,,.,......a......q, --a- 4' ,., ....- .- .-.tv . ........f.....- 9 IAPPA D TA PI Front row: Dr. Harr, Sponsor, Mildred Maxon, Secretary- Treasurer, Ioan Kowitz, President, Frank Babb, Phyllis R' l. Sdgsiid row: Lois .lean Kemper, Lucille Hunziger, Louise Novinger, Roberta Kordes, Ella Ray Hankins, Mrs. Leona Hall, Rita Hunter, lrene Schmitz. December l0, 1953, a strange file of peo- ple entered the Lake View room of the Union Lounge. To the casual observer, they appeared to be normal, yet, each person seemed to carry the problems of the world on his shoulders. Suddenly it became apparent-they were members or prospective members of Kappa Delta Pi, the Honor Society ln Education. Frank Babb, pledge usher, escorted the pledges into the room where they embraced the ideals of the society. Following the initi- ation, president Kowitz and other society members officially welcomed the newcomers. The meeting adjourned and everyone left for the group dinner honoring the pledges. After dinner, Dr., Smith fguest speaker for the eveningj chose as his topic MThe Saber Toothed Curriculum? ln his talk, he empha- sized the need for change in many of the tra- ditional teaching practices, and after finish- ing, called for questions. There was plenty of discussion, but none that was contradictory to Dr. Smithis viewpoint. Finally, Dr. Smith Page 40 Third row: Jean Richardson, Jane Kurtz, Marilyn Ander- son, Marilyn Gilliland, Carolyn Criswell, Carol Groom, Annie Lou Cowan. Back row: Billy Summa, Terry Bullock, Don Sklenar, How- ard L. Wollen, Melvin L. Twaddle. Not shown: Cyril Dougherty, Mary Shipton, Don McKown, George Barratt. made the statement: MI thought someone would disagree with mef, For a moment, no one said anything, then the truth came forth when a pledge said: HBut, Dr. Smith, Kappa Delta Pi members do not obtain their grades from disagreeing, but rather by agreeing with their professors." For reasons of security, members fear to reveal this person's identity. After this bit of congeniality had passed, the meeting became more serious as Dr. Harr, faculty sponsor, proceeded to explain that membership to Kappa Delta Pi was one of the highest honors that could be bestowed upon a college student in his collegiate ca- reer. As the meeting drew to a close, Mary Shipton explained that each year various groups of pledges form panels to discuss con- temporary problems or some topic relating to education and that this was an expected part of their pledgeship duties. Plans were made for the annual Bibliofile contest. Last year,s award winners were Kay Sawyer and Frank Babb. 1 2 2 .3 7, Front row: Irene Schi cording Secretary, ,Ir hauser, Second Vice-I president. The Kappa O long before schoo clave was held dl braska. Mildred for the memorial by local represen Steinhouser preps played. Members tended the nationa official delegate, Powell. Mrs. Ma tional President a an alumna memb Secretary. Again, in co-opt pa Omicron Phi df ment House. Caro 1 APPA o 10120 PHI Marilyn Ander- , Carol Groom, rn Sklenar, How- n, Don McKown, ght someone moment, no V1 came forth lmith, Kappa their grades igreeing with of security, on's identity. had passed, . as Dr. Harr, explain that i was one of be bestowed collegiate ca- close, Mary year various J discuss con- opic relating an expected ual Bibliofile ers were Kay Front row: Irene Schmitz, Treasurer, Marilyn Gilliland Re- cording Secretary, Joan Kowitz, President, Lucille Stein hauser Second Vice Preside L M'ld d , . - n, 1 re Maxon, First Vice- president. Bock row: Martha Newma Kordes, Erma Grabill. The Kappa Omicron Phi girls were busy long before school opened this fall, since Con- clave was held during August in Omaha, Ne- braska. Mildred Maxon made preparations for the memorial service which was conducted by local representatives to Conclave. Lucille Steinhouser prepared center pieces to be dis- played. Members in school this year who at- tended the national meetings are Joan Kowitz, official delegate, Patricia Baker, and .leanne Powell. Mrs. Mabel Cook was elected Naf tional President and Mrs. Frances Lemmon, an alumna member, was re-elected National Secretary. Again, in co-operation with Colhecon, Kap- pa Omicron Phi decorated the Home Manage- ment House. Carolyn Bisser, Patricia Baker Page 41 Secondrow: Annie Lou Cowan, Bonnie Jean Henderson Secretary and Distaff Reporfer. n, Mabel Cook, Sponsor, Roberta and Erma Crabill guided this project which received second place in competition with all other organizations. Other activities for the year included the Christmas Bazaar, Founders Day Dinner, Christmas Party, the benefit teahfeaturing the doll, Susie Stroller, and her wardrobe which was given as the door prize-and a party for the members given by the pledges. The Farewell Banquet was held in the spring, honoring seniors ,loan Kowitz, Mildred Maxon, Lucille Steinhouser, Marilyn Gilli- land and lrene Schmitz. Mary Bauman, graduate of last spring, ref ceived the Kappa Omicron Phi ring, given to the outstanding senior member. 9 Carolyn Risser, Jeanne Powell, Pat Baker, Corresponrling PI 0 ECA PI To the casual obseivei P1 Omega P1 hon resents the narrow world of business, but really we are not as bad as it appears. A fa1nous'American once said: HThe business of America is businessga' however, as an or Beginning in 1951 our chapter adopted ing junior and senior member of the fra ternity Last year, the Junior and senior award winners were Thelma Buckley and Wilma Wills These awards were presented at the orary fraternity for business education rep- the plan. of presenting awards to an outstand- ganization, we strive to develop the well- rounded individual. On occasion, we may depart from the pecuniary aspects of our per- sonalities and even discuss the problems of outer space. At this time it may be proper to make a brief resume of a few of the major activities' that we considered this year. Among the many yearly activities was the homecoming lunch- eon for returning alumni. Mrs. Virginia Barger did a good job arranging the luncheon. Another heralded event eagerly awaited by all was the annual Christmas party. Following the dinner meeting, Bingo was played as a prelude to the exchange of gifts. Everyone concluded that this was a very successful affair. Senior Breakfast honoring the graduating seniors. T- As a part of business education, our group in the past has visited business houses, depart- ment stores, newspapers, and federal reserve banks in order to learn more about the busi- ness world. Kansas City and Omaha were recent cities visited by our group of discerning critics. During the first semester' of this year, pledge initiation brought three new members to the group: Mary ,lane Kurtz, Gerald Sprong, and ,lo Ann Meek. Also, in the spring, pledge initiation ceremonies were held for new members. This year our chapter president was Miss Rita Hunter, and Mr. Blackwell acted as our sponsor. Front rpw: Avis Murrellb, Secretary, Dale Blackwell, Span- Back row: .lean Richardson, Wanda Mantzey Jane Kurtz sor, Rita Hunter, President, Virginia Barger, Treasurer, Berniece Short, Jo Ann Meek. i i Alma Murrell, Historian. Page 42 .pter adopted 1 an outstand- ' of the fra- senior award and Wilma sented at the e graduating mn, our group ouses, depart- deral reserve mout the busi- Omaha were of discerning nf this year, iew members urtz, Gerald in the spring, ere held for ent was Miss acted as our FAC LTY RECEPTIO lnwkfwy-',.,,-v,.A.,,,.,,N i.,,.. ....,. zey, Jane Kurtz, , - Page 43 , , A. . ,- . . . .,. . ,...,,1....,....+-L.................:.f.-- ......k...--..i..Y-A ---,-- Y--t - fltdt Z Z Z 2 Q Z 2 Z Z 2 v Q i 'Q E First row: Joseph A. D President, William Ge: Anderson, President, It Penwell, Reporter, lren Secondrow: Norma C Ryan, Janet Trost, Ii Barbara Fox. The Student Chl unite in the desire life through a grow Works to understan worship, study, ann Opening the fal the S. C. A. group and games and tl Mary Carter espec letting her girl fi mouth full of the li After the initiat had fond memories and a harsh and Msolemn old judge persisted in present sition, 6'Say whom tudent hristian Association Ftrstrow Joseph A Dreps Sponsor Betty Heyser Vrce Thrrflrow Darlene Coleman Pat Coulthard GCOTEIS P d Wll G rest ent 1 ram eor e Noble Treasurer Herbert L Ferguson Ruth Wall Jo Ann Hagee Marrlyn Brown Anderson Iresrdent John F Whrtford Secretary Davrd Marcra Ely Myrna Falk Penwell Reporter Irene Mueller Sponsor Fourth row Ethel Carlson Slrrrley Jones Marrlyn Ande Secondrow Norma Gadstone Beverly Sundell Sherry son loyce Brown Mary Carter Angenette Adams Delores Ryan Janet Trost KBYDCTIHC Reeves Lola Johnston Tretz Jeanre Mulvanra Barbara Fox Back row Terry Bullock Harold Slarght Donald Watson Roland Ray J W Stone Wanda Krn solver The Student Chrlstran Assocratron seeks to unlte 1n the desrre to realrze full and creatrve lrfe through a growrng knowledge of God, and works to understand the Wrll of Cod through Worshrp, study, and actron Openrng the fall semester Wrth an outrng, the S C A group enjoyed the usual prcnrc and games and the toasted marshmallows Mary Carter especrally seemed to delrght rn mouth full of the lrttle Whlte dellcacres After the rnrtratron party, new members had fond memorres of shoe polrsh black eyes, and a harsh and crrtrcal jury led by that solemn old judge Herbert Anderson, who perslsted rn presentrnff them Wrth the propo srtlon, Say Whom you love It seems that Page 45 no one could qurte see that all he needed to do was to say srmply Whom you love By the way Roland Ray who 1S rt you really love? At the Chrrstmas meetrng, Terry Bulloch had the nerve to rmply that the Reverend Mr Evans hardly looked lrke a preacher, but when he began talklng Terry changed hrs mrnd rn a hurry' Marrlyn Anderson challenged the group Wrth a vocal solo Put Chrrst hack rnto Chrrstmas and Wrth thrs rnsprratron the group Went carolrng and delrverlng grfts to a needy famrly After therr tour, the chrlly carolers really apprecrated Dr Mueller s de lrcrous refreshments S C A members are grateful to Dr Dreps for makrng possrble thrs page rn our college annual I ' : . I - 1 1 A I ' . : 9 . Q '- , J . lg 7. 3 . ' . . 7 7 7 , 5 ' Q 7 5 ' . l , I 7 1 , ' V : 7 3 vi. ' ' I 7 7 . 7 '- ' 9 . 7 ' 3 , 7 7 1 7 ' I , I' , , , . . , g . . . . . . ' . cc an 0 Q n 7 , . . Q . . . j H .I u , .. letting her girl friends literally stuff her ' ,U ' ' ' ' , . V . . ., 9 - - ' ' CC ' 79 , . . , , ' , . . 44 D 79 l A J EW A CL B During the past year, members of the New- man Club participated in social as well as religious activities. A well-rounded program was prepared by student officers Pat Baker, Mike Sheil, Irene Schmitz, Rosalie Graham, and the club sponsors Miss Ann Corsuch and Mr. Devore. To start the yearls activities, a picnic was held at the college park. The members en- joyed getting acquainted under an atmosphere of informality and lots of good food. Accord- ing to Maurice Tobin and Bernard Hatton, the party was a great success. Another part of the year's activities in- cluded a trip to Clyde and Conception- enabling the members to see the famous col- lections found in these places. At Clyde the group found the mosaic works especially in- teresting. While touring Conception, the mem- bers were fortunate enough to see the collec- tion of hand printed books which the abbey has in its possession. Some of the books were printed as early as 1500. Our organization, in cooperation with the college administration officials and the Stu- dent Christian Association, aided in planning Religious Emphasis Week. Cordon Schneider and Mary Scanlan represented our group on the Religious Emphasis Committee. Our club met twice a month at dinner meet- ings in the Student Union. As an organization for Catholics, it was founded to 'cdeepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members through a balanced program of re- ligious, intellectual and social activitiesf' To help achieve these spiritual purposes, general talks on various matters of faith were given by a guest speaker-The Reverend L. T. Buehamn. As an organization on this campus, we are interested in helping the Catholic student at- tain the religious as well as scholastic goals which he will be striving for during his col- legiate career. ' Front row: Rosalie Graham, Reporter, Irene Schmitz, Sec- Second row: Marilyn O,Connor, Virginia Watkins, Maurice retary-Treasurer, Pat Baker, President, Michael Sheil, Tobin, Lucille Steinhauser, Ann Corless. Vice-President, Ann Corsuch, Co-Sponsor. Back row: Jim Mitchell, E. K. DeVore, Sponsor, Gordon Schneider, Bernard Hatton. Page 46 lliou with the and the Slu- d in planning lon Schneider our group on tee. t dinner meet- 1 orgainization J Hdeepen the al lives of its rogram of re- xetivitiesfl To oses, general th were given verencl L. T. mpus, we are lie student at- holastic goals uring his col- 41 49 23251 4? jf , , 0 if ,QW b f X1 32,2225 fy, I I f S ' 5 X y f ' Q zf' 1 ' ' SML-1 ff -'IQ 4, . 11E.fp A111 1 ,, 1 sf 591:15 33 1 ' ,Lf .1-12' V' -' '2 1 if ,fi 1 Q .,, he ' 1'-'?f,i 1-A ff ' 11 7 341 f.- 115 " he ,, e,,, ii 2, -A ---' 4 .wi w . 1 ..1 -, ,., ,. , 1. -., 17'-C. 112 4 1.24 '. 111- 1 ' ' . 11:1 1 'V ff' 'if .cf '11 1 7" ? ' faff' fi M. , ,,. ,, A' I 4 ,4 , , X 4, I , W E ,-'1 H2 ' ,o'- 3 . ,ff 12 - 1, . 4. -Q 4 .1 af gf 3 1 f, I' ' 7 Watkins, Maurice Sponsor, Cordon SER VIC fl Page 47 ' - h ' ' ""' ""kff ' '- ' - . - 'W V7 n v w , Y, , ,,,.,,, -A .. . , . ' ff ' ' ' 'A' H 'WH' "HY V M ' ' ALPHA PHI OMEGA Front Row: Donald Warlord, Vice-President, Kenneth T. Second Row: Bill Baber, Dick Willis, Bill Schultz, Allen Thompson, Sponsor, Roy Nethken, President, Marvin E. Dolph, Willard Wagner. I Baker, Treasurer, Myrl D. Long, Sponsor. Back Row: Richard Miller, President, Second Semester, Hiram Lilley, Hubert Sharp, David A. Yount. Two projects were completed by Alpha Pi Omega-the leading service organization on the campus. There were: flj the installation of a television antenna, and 125 the build- ing of depth gauge for the college pond. A stranger sauntering through the Bearcat Den will notice quickly the aggregation of human atoms gathered around the television set. He will be awed also by the genius of the modern mind as he views Wllhe Man from Outer Spaceii or Arthur Godfrey through the medium of television. Roy Nethken, Alan Dolph, Don Warford, and Bill Baber were instrumental members Working on this project. Memory of another A.P.O. project-the college pond depth gauge-must elicit fond reminiscences of Dick Willis and Mr. Long, our sponsor. ln conjunction with Homecoming, we must mention our house decoration entry and the names Bill Schultz, Hiram Lilley and Roy Nethken. Peg: 48 .-... 1 4...-,.-:....:........,nm.-Karp.-,...... -. .. . ......-.....,,...,.,- ... - - v 2 E X , Colleen Beggs, Miss stone, .lim Albertson, l 5 Front Row: Rosalee t Criswell, Editor, Lynne-l Second Row: Jean We Bill Schultz, Allen , Second Semester, Yount. tlethken, Alan ll Baber were on this project. project-the ust elicit fond ind Mr. Long, ming, we must entry and the lley and Roy UR TH WES T MISS O URIA STAFF FOR SECOND SEMESTER 1953-54 Colleen. Beggs, Miss Hunter, Dave Penwell, Norma Glad- Bob Shoemaker, Frank Bayless, Doris Yungschlager. stone, Jim Albertson, Kent Kessinger, Editor, Jo Ann Meek, Not shown: George Nathan, Sports Editor. Qt. NJ., -E 5 SIAPF FOR FIRST SEMESTER l953-54 Front Row: Rosalee Grace, BllSl'IL6SS fllurzager, Carolyn Jean Ann Feurt, Lecie Hall, Ruth Crane, Louise NfJN'lllg6I Criswell, Editor, Lynnelle Hankins, Club Editor. Wanda Kingsolver, Rosalie Graham Second Row: Jean Webb, Helen Jennings, Teresa Tobin, Th' ' ' Lrd Row. Bob Scott, Richard Oakerson, Herbert Anderson Page 49 1 E TD Student Senate, 1954 version, operated under our capable President Stan Ogden and the sponsorship of Dr. Surrey and Miss Taul. Senate has a list of duties which range from Walkout Day supervision to the election of a Homecoming Queen. The most closely guarded secret of the col- lege year was the date of Walkout Day. In connection with this secret a rather enlighten- ing incident occurred. Roy Nethken, as well as a host of other senators, was wondering just when Walkout Day would occur. Mr. Ogden was the only senate member knowing the exact date set for Walkout Day, and of course he was not doing any talking. This was the situation existing at one of our scheduled meetings when Stan revealed un- consciously, so it seemed at the time, that Walkottt Day was to occur on the following Thursday. Of course, all of this was done in a devious manner, and with the slip of these fatal words a smile broke forth on the faces of Roberta Kordes and Melva Heits. ln a few EAT seconds, senate was swept with laughter, even our most competent Secretary George Kling forgot to take down the minutes. Perhaps it was just as well that George neglected to note the date for Walkout Day in the minutes because the heralded event occurred on a Tuesday. To the impartial ob- server it appeared that the president had the last laugh after all. One of the senate duties was to supervise the bulletin board and to clear away the debris of past weeks. ln connection with this task, senate members vied with each other in writing 'Ltypen on Dr. Surrey's yet-to-be-typed bulletin board notices. Ann McNeil, as E. C. A. recorder, kept a check on our grades, and Treasurer Bayless handled our financial problems. To parlia- mentarian Cyril Dougherty fell the task of interpreting the handbook. His favorite hy- pothesis was to observe senate opinion and then find something in the handbook that substantiated majority opinion. The question of the year was: uW'hat is an M averagew? l Front row: Rachael Taul, Frank Bayless, Treasurer, George Klingigecretany, Stanley Ogden, President, Cyril Dough- erty, Vice-President, Sterling Surrey. Back row: Ann McNeill, Melva Heirs, Richard Tilton, John Llndell, .lack Spence, Roy Nethken, Carolyn Criswell, Roberta Kordes. Page 50 laughterg even George Kling l that George Walkout Day eralded event impartial ob- sident had the s to supervise ear away the :tion with this each other in yet-to-be-typed zorder, kept a ,surer Bayless is. To parlia- ,l the task of s favorite hy- opinion and andbook that The question l averagew? hard Tilton .lohn Carolyn Criswell DOH COUNCIL rront How: Ruth Wall, Treasurer, Elizabeth Luer Sponsor Marilyn Gilliland, President, Darlene Stamp, Secretary, Re? porter. Back Row: Beverly Moore, Sally Bolin, Bettebelle Pitts Georffia Harmes, Bonnie .lean Henderson, Bonnie Campbell: Phyiis E. Dyer. Q AD C011 CIL Front Row Dave Fochran Lon Wilson Art BllCkl!'l ham Bill Balmer Back Row Boland Ray Doyle Hendrickson ,Inn Glllett Frank Ru sell Bob Pumphley Frank Bayle s Curt Thomas Page 51 -G, l I I t l l l ' : 4 3 '7 ' g 7 . l - . . , . w . . . V - V Y 1 1 1 - a 1 Q a Q S , ' , ' S-, . ASSEMBL COMMITTEE ' an Front row: Jane Kurtz, Jean Richardson, Joyce Haws, Dr. Surrey. Second row: Lucille Steinhauser, Mr. Fulsom, Kenneth Miller, Miss Hunter. Back row: Mrs. Mauzey, Mr. Smay, Mr. Brown, Dr. Hoffman. 1 The Assembly Committee plans the assembly programs given in the col- lege auditorium. Part of their work consists in contacting speakers and entertainers in an effort to present a variety of assembly programs for the student body. News commentators, artists, musicians, and dramatists rep- resent the diversified array of assem- bly talent presented in the course of a year. Membership of the committee is drawn from the faculty and student body, with each member having a vote. Dr. Surrey serves as chairman of this group. OCIAL COMMITTEE The social committee is a committee of the student senate, and membership is determined by the senate. This group is charged with the major re- sponsibility of planning many of the social activities of the college. Some of the major assignments were: flj planning entertainment for Walkout Day, f2j Sadie Hawkins Day, and f3j The Christmas Ball. To designate three affairs as all that this committee has done would border on folly, so we must mention also the many after game dances, the weekend movies, and the hundred and one as- signments that befell this student com- mittee working for the social better- ment of the college. Miss Taul serves as group sponsor. First row: Sue McCoppin, Melva Heits, John Lindell, Chairman, Louise Novinger, Veldeva Cochran. Back row: Bob Pumphrey, Richard Tilton, Stanley Ogden, Rachael Taul, Sponsor. Page 52 1 E Tower ustaff trade, involves vidual liberty, l brief, our job events making 2 spring, from dz stop a few mint Now we take of our work and Anderson to Ar us has something Marca Dick 1 perience she hat a certain studen occurred, no blz pears at this wr: Joe Walker 2 plain that mate finished. W1'il61'S Joan Fred Whitfo1'd, nard Hatton ex the facts, and lo 'EE nmittee plans the given in the col- rt of their work tg speakers and fort to present a programs for the 5 commentators, d dramatists rep- array of assem- in the course of he committee is ilty and student Jer having a vote. chairman of this , Chairman, Louise den, Rachael Taul, TOW R STAF Qffli-Vj , Front row: Terry Bullock, Copy Editor, Violet Casey, Business Manager, Cyril Dougherty, Editor, Joe Walker, Art Editor. Second row: Sally Bolin, Mary Anderson, Ernestine Boyd, Marca Dick, Sharon Gabbert, Rolande Thompson, Jean Ackley, Barbara Tyer. Back row: Bernard Hatton, Harold Addington. Tower 'cstaffingfi as it isknown in the trade, involves certain curtailments of indi- vidual liberty, but we have fun doing it. ln brief, our job is to catch the panorama of events making a school year. From spring to spring, from dawn to dusk, we endeavor to stop a few minutes of history in the making. Now we take this liberty to relate to you of our work and personnel. From typist Mary Anderson to Art Editor Joe Walker, each of us has something to say. Marca Dick tells us of the harrowing ex- perience she had in obtaining a Writeup from a certain student body member. No violence occurred, no blows were struck, or so it ap- pears at this writing. ,loe Walker and Rolande Thompson com- plain that material is mailed before it is finished. Wiriters ,loan Cartwright, Barbara Tyer, Fred Whitford, Wayne McDaniel, and Ber- nard Hatton exclaim: HAll we wanted was the facts, and look what we gotlw Page 53 Typists Mary Anderson, Shirley Miller, and Ernestine Boyd hope that the copy was correct-so does the editor! By the way, our Tower Htrouble shooterf' Johnn Thompson, refuses to verify or sub- stantiate in any way the above facts, which he regards as gross misrepresentation. Business Manager Violet Casey has charge of the financial details, and ,loe Walker han- dles art layouts and picture mounting. Terry Bullock, as copy editor, arranges most of the Writeups, and Dr. Crube, our l.it- erary Advisor, makes suggestions for im- provement as well as making the final proof- reading. Bob Lafferty, as photography editor, of- fers valuable suggestions on picture arrange- ments, and Mr. Ringold, our sponsor, con- tinues to aid us in every way possible. The l954 Tower reflects the planning of every member of the staff, and with this com- ment we submit it to the student body for their consideration. . . . ..--..--....s...,...-..--,..-......-..--.--., I HOMECUMINGATT DA T 4 Roberta Kordes V11 gn is iii 3: 16 ug: 331 3253 522: Q 1 1? 5 ai Joy White Carole Trotter 3 Page 54 ' ' ' "' 'W' 1N TS HOMECOM M,,,W,,w.fn.,.,.,,.., ,,,, ,. ..,..N-A.. , 4 v Q A CI' H UMECUMIN G Page56 f fi .' i ,g,,"Q .f",'!A, If ,. 3,-A ,.,- Q wfr1VJWg ,f , 1, X , ,V Qwwwmaww' 4 2.521 f ,ag ' 1 KF ,4 Z 4 - :Kiwi swf J , nz 'MQ' ,Z WWQQZ ' ' y J ff vwmwggaggm g 550, M4 q E ,M :I-' X. 1- X "g ZAVD' WP 1 ,, Q i ?Ei3?Qg?Z V R , Wigs it 5 Z U we ,ii f 9 3 ig Q, az ' S i ,XX E 1 2' 34 4, 2' 3' Q 332 31-Q ' R, .. ,,.. J .. 0 vi in .- X1 ., x K . Wx.. X "? 7 5 FT '7 f'flI ' ' " -va, 'iii - - uwmiwm SM? Eigfif . ' fWkQw4wQ : A : Q 1 1 -' m,,L.1 :A,., 5 P, .Q QL. Q - 4' ' Q ,gf iv 5. w . X' ' "k- ., Q.-- .4 ,.L4. ' x2:1?NiEx H0 ECOMING h COMM? Q? Qyumph if KING? 55522375 men ,.,,,A..,., A 1 i- 365 . " , wax. fzmvfa if , I f 5 H A H V!! 5 . 1 gf - i 9 3 :yi is ,. i 2 ,I ., ...L , ,M Q 'V Page 57 HO ECOMING COMMITTEE Front row: Joan Kowitz, Joseph Walker, Irene Schmitz, Donald Corbin, Evelyn Hillman, John Barrett, Marym Croy. Back row: Dr. John Harr, Rita Hunter, Lucille Steinhauser, John Whit- ford, James Hamilton, Mary Shipton, Marilyn Gilliland. Not shown: George Nathan, Charles Brown, Dixie Morehouse, Georgia Harmes, Roy Nethken, Wayne McDaniel, Frank Bayless. Under the efficient leadership of faculty advisor Dr. John Harr and chairman Don Corbin, the Homecoming Committee helped to make the 1953 Homecoming one of the best in the school's history. The Committee made arrangements for the variety show, pep rally, parade, dance, cam- pus signs and posters, and judges for various events, and was instrumental in creating an all around Homecoming spirit. y Sigma Tau Gamma made away with The Variety Show first prize through their rendi- tion of "Dragnet" and other impersonations. "Emcees" Rich Tilton and George Kling were their usual hilarious selves. Climaxing the October 23 affair was the crowning of Miss Joyce Brown as Homecoming Queen. Thousands along the parade route cheered the sixteen floats, numerous clowns, banged- up jalopies, and thirty colorful bands. Joe Walker, parade chairman, did much in organ- izing the parade and keeping it progressing smoothly. The Independent Club, through the efforts of Bob Lafferty, Corwin Elliott and others and by virtue of two hundred feet of chicken wire and 19,000 napkins, won first place in the beauty classification of floats. 9 The gala weekend was climaxed by the Homecoming dance, with Johnny Long and his "Southland', band. The floor was crowded with joyous alumni, Maryvillians and stu- dents. Page 58 .....-....... ,.- TEE CAMPUS SCENES vute cheered ns, banged- bands. Joe :h in organ- progressing the efforts and others, of chicken 'st place in :ed by the Long and as crowded s and stu- -R ff' ' ' Page 59 PA 3 K, 112 Front row: Lucille I Lois Jean Kamper, Back row: Lucille Maune, Jean Ann li J Under the le dent Allen Sp Lon Wilson ai members of th Council have ws year to promo' and understan fraternities an ganizations on council also se ing and rushir a board to set1 may arise bet PA -IIE LENIC COUNCIL Front row: Lucille Steinliauser, Vice-President, Annie Lou Cowan, President, Lois .lean Kamper, Secretary. Back row: Lucille Hnnziger, Lynnelle Hankins, Georgia Harmes, Mallcrd Marine, ,lean Ann Feurt, Lona Ln Moore. Members of the Pan-Hellenic Council are the presidents, vice- presidents, and one other mem- ber from each of the three sorori- ties. Council activities include: the promotion of good will and cooperation between the three sororities, supervision of rush ac- tivities, and the promotion ol' scholarship. Each year the sorority with the highest grade average receives possession of the Council scholar- ship cup. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority was presented with this trophy for the year. Miss Taul serves as sponsor of our group, and Miss Cowan is our president. I TER-FRAT I2 ITY COUNCIL Under the leadership of Presi- dent Allen Spies and Sponsors Lon Wilson and Dr. Harr, the members of the lnter-Fraternity Council have Worked through the year to promote mutual welfare and understanding between the fraternities and non-Creek or- ganizations on the campus. The council also sets dates for pledg- ing and rushing, and it acts as a board to settle disputes which may arise between fraternities. Front row: Allen Spies, President, Lon lf. Wlilson, ,lolin Lindell, life- President. Brick row: John Barrett, Dick Merkle, Don Palmer, Don Corbin. Page 61 i...-'. .............. .,....-........,....e......-4.---H-4 ' "' ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA The Alphas have mixed fun with success very well this year. We began the year by making a bright appearance in the relay races on Walkout Day. Umm-were those red jackets flashy! Janie and Jackie displayed their talents in the variety show. The informal rush party was held in Cafe ta la France-three flights up. Virdean was chairman of the proceedings. Fran, Betty, Barb, and Mary added the final touch to the gay festivities. Flashy tablecloths, grape and ginger ale Hwinef' flickering candles, mood music-what an atmosphere! The swish of taffeta, happy chatter, and a friendship circle at the close made the for- mal rush party a wonderful hour that ended all too soon! Every Alpha member will especially re- member the Homecoming this year since it was then that the Alphas won permanent pos- session of the Homecoming supremacy cup. We'll remember too, the white-spotted Ne- groes, the float with its top floating down, Page 62 the Founders, Day Banquet, Carole Kay as queen attendant, and capturing the Homecom- ing trophy again. HHell Weeki' was memorable. Remember . . . gunny sack skirts . . . pledges carrying refreshments for the actives . . . the pledges in cars on Hell Night . . . attending church "en masse" the next morning. Other memories of the year include . . . Annual Banquet given by Alumni Chapter . . . Mother-Daughter Tea . . . basketball team . . . pledge court . . . popcorn suite- Cerry, Mallerd, and Cwenda . . . Sig Tau and Alpha Sig coke dance . . . the Spring Formal . . . Annie Lou as sweetheart of the Sweetheart Dance . . . Sandi singing with the band. Outstanding people . . . our sponsors, Miss Magill and Mrs. Mauzey . . . chapter brains in Kappa Delta Pi-Annie Lou Cowan and Phyllis Biegel . . . Joyce Haws on the Senate . . . Alphas on the Dorm Council. The Alphas, theory of relationship has in- deed been proven-Aspire, Seek, Attain. Front row: Evely Lona Lu Moore, If Cowan, President urer, Joyce Haws Second row: Gerr Secretary, Fran C: Maune, Social Cl Historian. Back row: Betty man, Chaplain. Frontrow: .lo A Nancy Rainey, T1 President, Shirlej dent, Gwenda B: Second row: Kay Carolyn Baker, V Back row:. Nancy Pat Adams. Front row: Bettek ctt, Pat Cooper, Joyce Ann Hamil Second row: Kaye quist, Jeanne Goo Masters. Back row: Barbar, ger, Janet McCla trole Kay as ie Homecom- :. Remember lges carrying . the pledges iding church include . . . mni Chapter . basketball 'corn suite- . . Sig Tau . the Spring theart of the ging with the tonsors, Miss tapter brains Cowan and in the Senate lship has in- 1, Attain. ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Front row: Evelyn Hillman, Secretary, Lona Lu Moore, Vice-President, Annie Lou Cowan, President, Phyllis Riegel, Treas- urer, Joyce Haws, Rush Captain. Second row: Gerry Struck, Corresponding Secretary, Fran Cross, Jane Kurtz, Mallerd Maune, Social Chairman, Barbara Staley, Historian. Back row: Betty Nazarene, Virdean Dor- man, Chaplain. Frontrow: ,lo Ann Williams, Secretary, Nancy Rainey, Treasurer, Nancy Menefee, President, Shirley Motsinger, Vice-Presi- dent, Gwenda Barnes. Second row: Kay Schilling, Darlene Case, Carolyn Baker, Virginia Watkins. Back row:. Nancy Kariger, Molly Koffman, Pat Adams. Front row: Bettebelle Pitts, Arlene Crock- ett, Pat Cooper, Doris Jean McKinley, Joyce Ann Hamilton. Second row: Kaye Ferguson, Sandra Alm- quist, Jeanne Goodson, Kay Milligan, Mary Masters. Back row: Barbara Price, Wanda Lee Dug- ger, Janet McClarcl, Mary Bogle. Page 63 5 L, A ,-, 7-4.-,-,,4.,4,,-, ,a..................-........ ..- Q--- DELTA S GMA EP ILOT E Fun l Excitement! Secrets! All this and more was enjoyed by the Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority this year The year started with rushing for pledges. An informal party, the HUbangi Safari," was held at Roadside Park. A formal party under the direction of Jean Ann Feurt was held the following evening at the Union lounge. The Delta Sigs participated in Homecoming, with Joy Ann White representing the Deltas as an attendant in the Homecoming Queenis Court. The Deltas placed in each event at Home- coming. Beverly Moore Georgia Harmes and S ll 7 9 a' Y Bolin were members of Residence Hall Council. Barbara Taylor won recognition on her 4-H project. Page 64 Congratulations-to Charlene Carr, who became Mrs. Bob Sauceman during Christ- mas vacationg J oy Ann White, Janet Trost and Evelyn Finter who received diamonds during the year. Memoirs-Lizabeth, stalled in Roadside Park i . , Bev Moore's car which Went up in smoke . . . letters to our patient at a Marine hospital . . . cleaning chapter room closet- everything from candles to unidentifiable liquids . . . sessions in Jean Ackley's room which even smoke couldn't break up . . . kick- ing shoes off at dinner and finding them full of peas . . . initiation . . . Ackleyis visit to Quad 4 . . . Milbourne's visit to Vetis vil- lage . . . Trost kicking a cow just because the cow kicked her first . H. . left handed back- scratchers . . . songs, laughs. Fun? Without a doubt! D1 Front row: Patty tary, Georgia If Paula Surrey, Mas President, Bemiecr Back row: Jean A1 Editor, Lavon Mal retary, Beverly Mc Front row: Barbar rotary, Sally Bolin lee Grace, Marcia Back row: Beverly Lauretta Taylor. Front row: Norma dem, Jo Ellen An ginia Melbourne, .l Back row: Marcia Shirley Heits, -lan' ne Carr, who luring Christ- anet Trost and monds during in Roadside :h Went up in t at a Marine 'oom closet- inidentifiable .ckley's room 1 up . . . kick- Finding them Acklefs visit 1 to Vet's vil- t because the landed back- .oubtl DELTA SIGMA EPSILO Front row: Patty Neff, Recording Secre tary, Georgia Harmes, Vice-President Paula Surrey, Mascot, Lucille Steinhauser President, Berniece Short, Treasurer. Back row: Jean Ann Feurt, Charlene Carr, Editor, Lavon Mattes, Corresponding Sec retary, Beverly Moore. Front row: Barbara Taylor, Alumna Sec- retary, Sally Bolin, Joy Ann White, Rosa- lee Grace, Marcia Woodcock. Back row: Beverly Thomson, Evelyn Finter, Lauretta Taylor. Frontrow: Norma Gladstone, Vice-Presi- dent, Jo Ellen Anderson, Lois Kelly, Vir- ginia Melbourne, Jeanette Ackley. Back row: Marcia Ely, Jeanne Powell Shirley Heits, Janet Trost, Aleta Butler. 7 Page 65 S GMA SIGMA SIGMA Hello, everybody! This is your Tri Sig reporter with just a few sentences to enlighten you on the happenings of the past year. The first 'ascoopf' to use an old jargon of journalism, concerns a group of pirates and their activities. Our pirates had a uhangoutn known as 'LPirates Paradisei' which turned out to be a hideout for the abduction of lovely rushees. lt is encouraging to note that the kidnapers reformed soon enough to take tea at the formal rush party. Thesclimax to this seemingly sordid tale was reached when nine- teen girls pledged. Homecoming saw the Tri's represented in the queen parade by queen attendant Roberta Kordes. Thanks to the work of Marca Dick and Marca's father, Mildred Maxon, and Avis and Alma Murrell, our entry in the beauty float parade placed third. Additional excite- ment was provided during the Homecoming parade by a horse with plenty of that old Homecoming spirit-anyone who doubts may ask Helen Durby or Susie Phipps. According to pledges Nixon and LeMar, the annual Sock Hop, given by the pledges in honor of the actives, proved a tremendous success. Marvin Bowman and 4'Nell" Hankins were crowned as King and Queen of Hearts at this affair. Pat Boydston, Darlene Stamp, and Ruth Tebow were other interested, or should we say Hinterestingn? pledges. Com- ment of the year-Mah, that chorus line!" Events worthy of mention . . . Marty New- man, Queen of the Tower . . . the interesting campaign slogans that were used . . . Mary Ann Funkhouser, Queen of the MM" Club Dance, accompanied by Barbara Nixon and Sally Jackson . . . proof that we have brains -President J ones awarding us the scholarship cup . . . coffee cups piled high in the chapter room, indicating that final exams are with us-maybe that scholarship cup 'isn't worth keeping . . . student senate members Roberta Kordes, Ann McNeil, Darlene Stamp, and Marym Croy . . . Lucille Hunziger, Lois Kemper, Marilyn Gilliland listed on Who's Who . . . the Senior Trio sings c'They tell me I had a wonderful timef, Page 66 I Front row: .lerl Hunziger, Vice per, President, Sue McCoppin Seconrl row: Pl house, Bonnie Grarles, Mary Teresa Tobin. Back row: Ire Marym Croy, llf rell. Front row: E Groom, Marthz Avis Murrell. Second row: Campbell, JoA McNeill. Back row: Dc Stevens. Front row: lea Garten, Secret dent, Helen lf Tebow, Songle Second row: O'Connor, Sall Darlene Stamp Third row: He Carolyn Curfr Grindstaff. Back row: Shi Phyllis Jones. ' the pledges in a tremendous 6Nell" Hankins ieen of Hearts Darlene Stamp, interested, or pledges. Com- iorus line!" . . Marty New- the interesting sed . . . Mary he HM" Club tra Nixon and ve have brains the scholarship in the chapter :arns are with ip 'isnit Worth nbers Roberta 3 Stamp, and lunziger, Lois ted on Who's MThey tell me S GMA Front row: Jerry ldeker, Secretary, Lucille Hunziger, Vice-President, Lois .lean Kem- per, President, Mildred Maxon, Treasurer, Sue McCoppin, Corresponding Secretary. Second row: Phyllis E. Dyer, Dixie More- house, Bonnie Jean Henderson, Keeper of Grades, Mary Rucker, Lynnclle Hankins, Teresa Tobin. Back row: lrene Schmitz, Marca Dick, Marym Croy, Marilyn Gilliland, Alma Mur- rell. Front row: Ella Ray Hankins, Carol Groom, Martha Newman, Roberta Kordes, Avis Murrell. Second row: Marylyn LaMar, Bonnie Campbell, JoAnn Meek, Carolyn Mix, Ann McNeill. Bnckrow: Doris Ann Staples, Flossie Stevens. Front row: Jean Wa1'cl, Tl'6fISI1fl'C1', Greta Garten. Secremry, Barbara Nixon, Presi- dent, Helen Durby, Vice-Presifleni, Ruth Tehow, Songleader. . Second row: Barbara LaMar, Marilyn OlConnor, Sally Jackson, Marcia Willioit, Darlene Stamp, Kathleen Tobin. Tlzirflrow: Helen Colville, Pat Boydston, Carolyn Curfman, Barbara Fox, Sherry Crindstaff. Bfzcff row: Shirley Wilson, Suzan Phipps, Phyllis Jones. Mary Anne Fnnkhouscr. SIGMA SIGMA Page 67 . . .1.....-,. - as -.,.,.....d........--,.,,....---.--- PHI SIGMA EP ILO Page 68 Front Row: W. T. Garrett, Sponsor, Dick Merkle, Secretary, Allen Spies, President, John Barrett, Vice-President, Billy Summa, Treasurer. Second Row: J. G. Strong, Honorary Member, F. W. Grube, Honorary Mem- ber, Zane Dodge, Historian, Harold Dinsmore, Frank Bayless, Jack Collins. Third Row: Bill Baber, Max Pierce, Corresponding Secretary, Melvin Twad- dle, Kenneth Holmes, David Yount, H. R. Dieterich, Sponsor. Back Row: Viron Bender, Bob Steven- son, B. N. Roberts, Roger Cook, Donald Warford, Pledgemaster. 'Front Row: Charlie Williams, Wendell Teague, Vic Cromer, Neal Boalright, Lanny Gray. Second Row: John Shay, Gordon Bates, Charles Wachter, Irvin Cockriel, Pledge Captain, Fred Maher, Bobbie McClure. Back Row: Walter Arms, Harold Baker, Norman Higginbotham, Bill Geer, Zane Ball. Front Row: Lyle Grice, Edd Bush, Don Blackford, Lester Wooten. Second Row: Robert E. Shea, Dick F1'iZ6ll, .lim E. Viles, Max Nelson, Dave Penwell. Back Row: Bob Staggs, Artie Gilmore, Charles W. Jones, Bill Corden. Phi Sign other banne Homecomin classes, and During l events occu the most ve faced in a lr planned the plans, and S wards! At 4 with only Hoccupation ing napkins Dick Merke were our fa' clown entrie Pleclging Lanny Grey ual, and ou weather in r Ed, so it sei and the onlj because the T. Garrett, Sponsog ecretary, Allen Spies, 1 iarrett, Vice-President, asurer. C. Strong, Honorary lrube, Honorary Mem- e, Historian, Harold Bayless, Jack Collins. Baher, Max Pierce, cretary, Melvin Twad- fnes, David Yount, H. nsor. Bender, Bob Steven- , Roger Cook, Donald aster. ie Williams, Wendell ner, Neal Boalright, Shay, Cordon Bates, rvin Cockriel, Pledge ter, Bobbie McClure. Arms, Harold Baker, lam, Bill Geer, Zane rice, Edd Bush, Don 'ooten. ert E. Shea, Dick 4, Max Nelson, Dave iggs, Artie Gilmore, Bill Corden. PHI SIGMA EP ILO Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity enjoyed an- other banner year featuring such activities as Homecoming, the Minstrel Show, pledge classes, and social activities. During Homecoming many interesting events occurred, but our float was probably the most vexing problem Frank Bayless had faced in a long time. It seems as though Frank planned the float, checked and rechecked the plans, and still the framework was built back- Wards! At any rate the float was completed with only a few members complaining of uoccupational diseasev contracted While punch- ing napkins in the chicken Wire of the float. Dick Merkel, Gordon Bates, and Bill Summa were our famous for infamousj Homecoming clown entries. Pledging occupied a small part of our time. Lanny Grey had trouble with his pledge man- ual, and our friend Ed Bush was under the weather in more Ways than one on Hell Night! Ed, so it seems, took a ride with the Sheriff, and the only reason that Ed is still with us is because the third clue was never found. Our annual Orchid Ball was held this spring at the Country Club-the music being fur- nished by Johnny Nelson and his band. Also We might mention the Pledge Dance for the actives in the Union Lounge, the Western Dance, and the many informal gatherings from time to time. Memoirs of . . . that crazy Minstrel Show! . . . David Yount's decision to become a Hfly- fly" boy . . . King Barrettis reign at the Tower Dance . . . Bill Summa, successful politician . . . Bob Stagg's trouble with the float when he attempted to use the spray gun . . . the censored jokes of Dave Penwell-why? . . . the marriages of Bob Stevenson, Jack Collins, and Charlie Williams-th1'ee more downtrod- den men . . . Kenneth Holmes, donations to the Phi Sigma House, and we do not mean monetary donations . . . Bob Shea a famous St. Joseph fish peddler during Hell Week . . . Dick Merkel the 4'Shiek'7 of the year .... A l Spies in flame-red shorts . . . Charlie Walk- CI',S affair with the sparrow. Page 69 SIGMA T AU GAMMA Fronrrow: Jim Cillett, Sgt. Arms, Don Palmer, Vice-President, John Lindell, Pres1'fle11!, Maurice lngram, Chaplain, Don Corbin. Treasurer. Second row: John L. Harr, Sponsor, John R. Russell. Frank J. Meyer, Bill Baldwin, Bob Colville, Jerry Sprong. Third row: Dean Stuck, George Kling, Frank Pebley, Secretary, Bob Smith, Wel- don Dowden, Ken Moore. Iiaclfrow: Morlyn Barrett, Jim Swaney, Bob Kariger, Stan Ogden, John Garner, Duane Freeman. Front row: Bob Pumphrey, Larry Jones, Secretary, Frank Russell, President, John Fuller, Kenny Tobin. Secondrow: Bill Kelim, Kirby Norman, Marvin Bowman, Jerry Davis, Phil Tunks, Charles Adair. Back row: Jim Bishop, James Albertson, Dave Myers, Larry Rowley, Ronald O'Dell. Front row: Maurice DeShazer, Jamie Neely, Rex Stuck, Paul Clark, Jim Joy. Second row: Henry Southard, Jim Kimble, Doug Swearingen, Jim Rohlk, Kenny Dowden. Backrow: Bill Sparrow, David Culver, Kenneth Philo, Jim Mitchell. Page 70 Sigma T. 1953-54 yea with thirty-c suooumbed of vexing, p Quad one recite many the opportui ing appoint able shoulda we realize t quieting thi Homecon ln our Winn ard display sly detectis showing his the femirlilq Philo was t decorations Social fi SIGMA T U GAMMA Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity oegan the 1953-54 year with twenty-three activities, and with thirty-one pledges the first semester, we succumbed to mental fatigue trying to 'think of vexing, pledge problems. Quad one, official home of the Taus, could recite many an exciting tale were she given the opportunity. Keeping the house quiet dur- ing appointed study hours fell upon the cap- able shoulders of ,lim Gillette. Knowing Jim, we realize that he did not have much trouble quieting things down when problems arose. Homecoming was the first big event for us. ln our winning skit, HDragnet,', Henry South- ard displayed his powerful personality as the sly detective, HSaturday.,' Kirby Norman, showing his unusual acting ability, provided the feminine touch to the skit. Artist Kenny Philo was the guiding genius behind the skit decorations. Social functions are always a large item I P 71 on our agenda. Beginning with the crowning of Miss Marilyn Bryson as queen of the l953 spring formal and culminating with this yearis gala spring formal, we worked to increase the social activities of the college. ln the interim were many informal dances with the sorori- ties, but the highlight of the social season was the spaghetti supper prepared by Chef UD Ono Monachino who was ably assisted by Mnumber one boyi' Jerry Sprong. Honors of the year . . . Stan Ogden Student Body President . . . George Kling and John Lindell on the student senate . . . Don Cor- bin Homecoming Chairman . . . thirteen Tans reporting for football practice . . . Don Palmer voted football player of the year . . . twelve Taus on the basketball squad . . . of these, Bill Baldwin, Ono Monachino, Jim Swaney, and Maurice lngram were of the first team . . . possession of the scholarship cup . . . indica- tion of high l.Q.,s . . . chapter clowns, Frank Pebley and Doug Swearingen. TAU KAPPA EP ILO Page 72 Front Row: Aldon Addington, Reid Anderson, George Brown, Charles Brandt, Arthur Buck- ingham. Second Row: John Davis, Rich- ard Dinkel, Wayne Fischer, Donald Francis, James Cromer. Third Row: James Hamilton, J. D. Hammond, Jack Hill, Doyle Hendrickson, Burton Hiatt. Fourth Row: Deon Jensen, Jack Kinder, Lewis Linville, Larry Matheny, Larry Moore. Fifth Row: Roy Nethken, Richard Oakerson, Michael Ponak, Richard Quinn, Monte Schaufler. Sixth Row: James Sharp, James Snapp, Jack Spence, Richard Tilton, Graham Venahle. Alpha 0 lon was fo in this brie three form several inf participate Homeco Homecomi such meml Eggleston, zation pla participati orations, a a number In athle many of 1 has been 1 of the 19, Brothers f merchants Bearcats, MIAA ca A real how Aldon Addington, son, George Brown ndt, Arthur Buck- John Davis, Rich. Wayne Fischer, sis, James Cromer. James Hamilton, lond, Jack Hill, rickson, Burton Deon Jensen, Jack s Linville, Larry y Moore. ioy Nethken, arson, Michael J Quinn, Monte ies Sharp, James Ppence, Richard Venahle. TAU I APPA EP ILO Alpha Omicron Colony of Tau Kappa Epsi- lon was founded in the Spring of 1953, and in this brief span of time the Colony has given three formal dances, two formal banquets, and several informal dances and smokers, and has participated in Homecoming. ' Homecoming saw T.K.E. compete for the Homecoming trophy. Through the work of such members as John Davis, Bic Quinn, Bob Eggleston, and Larry Moore, the Teke organi- zation placed third in over-all Homecoming participation by garnering third in house dec- orations, a second with their beauty float, and a number two rating in parade participation. ln athletic activities, Teke men have shared many of the college honors. Ernie Hutchins has been chosen as one of the three captains of the 1954 football squad. On the cinders, Brothers Spence and Tilton are indeed speed merchants. Daryl Flint, starting center for the Bearcats,.was the leading conference scorer in MIAA cage play and made the '44-OOH club. A real honor for a freshman! A consideration of Teke activities on the 'cHill" necessitates a mention of the Telce Quad-the heart of the organization. Although the quad lobby has recently been redecorated by members in a brilliant red and white pat- tern, we feel safe to refer to some of its in- habitants since no investigation has occurred -as of yet! Several famous residents live here. Among its personnel are the Hphantomn and a famous sextet composed of Buckingham, Tilton, Hill, Dinkel, Jensen, and Cromer. Jim Snapp ac- companies quad auditions with his ukulele. George Brown and Monte Schaufler-the riot squad-discipline the boys when affairs of state get out of order. Famous away-from-quad residents are ac- tors Anderson, Wilson, and Oalcerson . . . Teke scholars Stevens, Thackery, Stone, Tilton, Dougherty, and Quinn . . . the agitators and their philosophic tables . . . sponsors John Taylor, Everett Brown, and Charles Johnson. Closing Ode-the pugilistic careers of Carter Botkin and Reid Anderson. Page 73 INDEP T CLUB i Parties, dances, Homecoming, arguments during business meetings, and political cam- paigns were but a few of the activities merit- ing attention. The first party to be considered was the annual HHobo Party," which was attended by about two hundred people. Joyce Brown planned the affair. At this picnic, all attending were exposed to the vocalizing of Bob -Hull, Don Watson, Fred Whitford, and Cork Elliot, and luckily no one caught any- thing. Despite the lack of singing talent, the party turned out to be a real success. ln connection with the square dance, we must mention the beard growing contest, and Bob Lafferty's rather adolescent attempt to grow one. An impartial group judged the beards and decided that Bob was the only member participating who after three weeks of intensive cultivation failed to grow some sort of facial covering. ln despair Bob la- mented, c'Oh, well, let old Mother Nature have her wayf' Our annual spring formal was again a tremendous success as were the various other Page 74 parties. Speaking of parties reminds us of a certain gym party and Marjorie Cockayne's unfortunate spraining of an ankle. Of course, Homecoming was a big moment for all l. C. members, as Miss Joyce Brown was crowned Homecoming Queen, our beauty float c'Stairway to the Stars" won first place, our skit featuring John Swift and his Ha- waiian dancing girls placed second, and we gained a first place tie for the Homecoming trophy. Last spring, a group composed of Wayne McDaniel, Pat Sheppard, Joan Kowitz, and Bud Williams-to name only a few represent- ing the club-journeyed to the National lnde- pendent Student Association District Meeting held at Purdue. This year, plans are being made to attend the National Convention to be held at Cornell University. Memoirs of the year: Mary Ann Davis' favorite song, '4Oh how l wish l were an opera star" . . . Wayne McDaniel's classic statement uain't love grand" . . . Cork Elliot's demagogic practices during business meetings. Front row: W: Wln Ti Vice-President, President, Joy non Green, Pa Second row: lx ayne, Veldeva Ruth Wall, M: Pat Crouse. Third row: Let Yvonne Lee B ian Stone, Shir Beverly Porter Fourth row: B Jo Ann Haae Thompson, Bo Patricia Wood Back row: An hune, Marilyi Sherry RYHIL Crowley. Front row: El Louise Novmg Shipton, .loan Second row: 0'Dell, Caroly Janice Comm Mantzey, Mar Third row: D Lorraine Cars Rosalie Graha lan, Lura Staf Fourth row: E Ann Linn, He rine Reeves, Stouffer. Back row: Loi Coulthard, Cf Davis, Helen Wilma Greeve Front row: l Cyril Doughel Gary Hutchist Second row: Harold Add. R.Ol3I'1d Ray, rett, Kenneth Third row: Cf Franklin Gaz Don Sklenar, Gray, Jr. Fourth row: l John F. Wllifl Richard Smi Blair. Back row: G: Donald Watf Burson. .l0lHl1 nds us of a Cockayne's .e. big moment oyce Brown our beauty first place, nd his Ha- rd, and we 'omecoming of Wayne Iowitz, and r represent- iional Inde- ict Meeting are being ntion to be inn Davis' I were an el's classic ark Elliot's 5 meetings. INDEPEN ENT CL B Front row: Wanda David, Historian, Cor- win Elliot, Treasurer, Wayne McDaniel 3 Vice-President, Audra LaVerne Williams, President, Joyce Brown, Secretary, Shan- non Green, Parlirmtentarian. Second row: Nellie Argo, Marjorie Cock- ayne, Veldeva Cochran, Wreatha Jarvis Ruth Wall, Mary Anderson, Shirley Miller? Pat Crouse. Third row: Letha Laws, Anna Mae Barnes, Yvonne Lee Blair, Delores Caldwell, Mar- ian Stone, Shirley Russell, Beverly Sundell, Beverly Porter. Fourth row: Ruth Gammell, Frances Seat, Jo Ann Hagee, Marlene Taylor, Rolande Thompson, Bonita Allen, Donna Lee Ross, Patricia Wood. Backrow: Angenette Adams, Alice Ter- hune, Marilyn Garten, Marilyn Brown, Sherry Ryan, Garnette Weigart, Betty Crowley. Front row: Ethel Carlson, Arlene Uthe, Louise Novinger, Barbara Don Tyer, Mary Shipton, Joan Kowitz. Second row: Joan Cartwright, Claudia O'Dell, Carolyn Criswell, Nina Jo Noellsch, Janice Commons, Betty Dougan, Wanda Mantzey, Marilyn Horner. Thirdrow: Delores Tietz, Helen Phares, Lorraine Garside, Kathryn Delores Smith, Rosalie Graham, Ann Allison, Mary Scan- lan, Lura Stafford. Fourth row: Shirley Jones, Glenda Rice, Ann Linn, Helen Adams, Mary Rolf, Kath- rine Reeves, Margaret Rowland, Jeanette Stouffer. Back row: Lorraine Mau, Estella Lau, Pat Coulthard, Georgia Ferguson, Marry Ann Davis, Helen Bills, Joan Terwilliger, Wilma Greever. Frontrow: Donald Sandford, Sponsor, Cyril Dougherty, Betty Rion, Melva Heits, Gary Hutchison, Jack Patton. Secondrow: Herman Sallee, Don Bates, Harold Addington, Bob Humphreville, Roland Ray, Bob Lafferty, Gordon Gar- rett, Kenneth Lyles. Third row: Gerald Wurster, Lonnie Barker, Franklin Garey, William George Noble, Don Sklenar, Jimmie Martin, Harold E. Gray, Jr. Fourth row: Burdette Pierpoint, Jim Roll, Jolm F. Whitford, Hilbert Sharp, Bob Hull, Richard Smith, Bill Schultz, Elbert L. Blair. Backrow: Gary Oehler, Richard Miller. Donald Watson, James Smith, Richard Burson, Johnn Lee Thompson, John Swift. Page 75 ..... - -..---- vmf.-w...,...-1-ff-,----1-'---Y. , . . ..,--.-..x,-...--..,-..-..-...':,....--Q4...-Q.-...-,.- -- WEEK -END A C T I VI T IES E S 3 l Page 76 3 SADIE I-IA WKINS DAY Page 77 TOWER Q EE ATTE DA TS 5: Ethel Carlson Bettebelle Pitts Jean Ann Feurt Page 78 NTS Pitts v TOWER KING AND QUEEN John Barrett and Martha Newman Page 79 .,.. ,,--,---...----.,.-- .x-..,...,..-.x.---...-..-,.-,..-,,--......-. ... -.,.- ..--.,,-....,,.-....-...,.,, --.----.1-.:.-w TOWER D NCE Page 80 , ,. 11, "-n':25f'E f',.f.,Z,5:.4QZ5:f'1f:2' 1 .,A,, , V. I ' -533 5 V I f ' 1 l f f 5 I "" "yn ? ffffbff' 4:1 'W Wi.. f f 1 , X 1 5 f ', f f 4 ,f f , , X X? Y 4 wx ff f Q J 1 f 7 ' 2 ff 9' 5? 'v,-'fic-zgf, , 1 'E 2 'G gf, , , 1. QE? vm iii- 7531 i 1 Z ,e ' 1 .- ' ' AM, . - I ,V -1 1- 144 'ff Qs., ' -"V -.2 .,.. 1 ., ..., ., f .,.,., , f 9, 4 A h, H I. AQ-..:gf,,.:sf:m2 ., ZW f'7' 1: 3? ,S 1 3, 11 ,, ,gl .4 -. : ,:" ,Z fo? , 7251- f - - ' ' , 4 ! 5 1. 11 S f- ' .,.,,4, , it X- A A . f 9' ' .x f ' . . 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Maryville .... . Maryville .... M Maryville .... Maryville .... Maryvil X-Holt The 1 Coach R Carl Lei season with three wins, third place behind well fta ence team FOOTBALL Front row: Obregon, Black, Co-Captain, Milner, Peterson, Leffingwell, Co-Captain, Gillett, Monachino. Secondrow: Burns, Ogden, Baldwin, Agenstein, Walker, Kariger, Palmer, Swaney. Thirdrow: Norton, Colville, Walker, Schenkel, Sleep, Sparrow, Putney, Kubicka. Maryville ........ Maryville ........ HOME GAMES 12 Rolla ............ .. 7 21 Ft. Hays ........... .. 7 Maryville 27 Warrensburg ........ 7 Maryville 7 Cape Girardeau .... 7 ROAD GAMES Maryville 13 Nebraska Wesleyan 27 Maryville 7 William Jewell ...... 26 Maryville 0 Springfield ............ 13 Maryville ........ 26 Kirksville ..... ....... 3 7 bl'-Homecoming Game The 1953 Bearcats, under the direction of Coach Ryland Milner and led by co-captains Carl Leffingwell and Don Black, finished the season with an overall record of four defeats, three wins, and one tie. This entitled them to third place in the MIAA Conference standings behind Kirksville and Springfield. Leffing- well ftacklej was elected for the all-confer- ence team, while Palmer fguardj and Obre- Fourth row: Cromer, Bates, Summa, Rowley, Corder, O'Dell, Sprong, Wray. Fifth row: Dillon, Joy, Lockridge, Arms, Haskey, Jones, McClure, Greaves. Back row.' Gilmore, Townsend, Crenshaw, Maher, Mallen. gon fbackj were named to the second team. Gillett, Hutchings, Walker, and Dillon were named to the all-star squad. Some noteworthy plays of the season were: Larry Rowleygs recovery of a Rolla fumble on the visitors' sixteen yard line that sparked the Cats to their first victory over Rolla since 1942, Gil Obregon's brilliant sixty-five yard touchdown run against Ft. Hays, Darrell Walker's pass to Mickey Mallen on the War- rensburg twelve yard line that resulted in a touchdown run during the Cats, Homecoming game, and Obregon's great eighty-five yard touchdown run from the kickoff during the same game, and Mickey Mallen's great catch in the end zone that tied the score against tough Cape Girardeau. The Bearcats brought to a close a good season by losing a hard-fought contest at Kirksville, in the traditional battle of the '4Hickory Stickfi Page 87 ,..--.-. -.-v.---..-, .w,....., -..,..-- , - ...,- -...,,.,- .---.----:--.fur-,--...1-?v.-..-e--1 ..,.1,...,,........-,..,, -,..., OOTBALL Page 88 s wh - 4 f f ? i fz1,z ,', :f" f f iff Hg'-"4 - N f ff ' ff , , W rf f , , , , ff x 2, f 9 f 4 f i 'Y A I 2' , , f I X l 4 , D4 '57 gdb ..-.. - A , X22 2 X 9 ik , f f , ..,. I12'I3f12'5Z-52ifvI5Z'?ZffF1I7f1.f.':fqS::15ZIf'E'-5551" ---' 3-V--a-f-1 ,- ...,Q H: ..,.A.,1.. 1 Q3 ,ai ,.,,.:4.-i 52 H .- ,,,-21511 34.1. 4: 1 4 'ffl' X-a IIEL' wif if rw ,293 , , - M ,.-- N ' r ..-Q. .... ,Y ,...4...,A....... ...,....q....,..........,,..,,,,..,?,,.,:,,,,.T.... .....,.,.,.......,,.,,t.......,...... .,.-Q- 0 5 Q. J Fwy' ,J ig 'KPSLQ :LP 'I Gp 22-2 Ulf 4,34-ax U f on VL, kv! qbqv KA 4, G 4 BASKETBA 1 xb" 6' M ef 'fi 8 5 V Page 89 BA KET BALL Front Row: Bill Crowley, David Culver, Paul Clark, Eddie Second Row: Bob Smith, Lex Creamer, Jim Swaney, Higlm-ee, Weldon Dowden, Bill Baldwin, Coach Kessinger. Back Row: Maurice Ingram, Daryl Flint, Michael Hutcheon, Douglas Swearingen, Ono Monachino, John Garner. Coach Kessinger's basketball team finished the season with eight wins and twelve losses. Many of the losses were decided by a few points and might have gone the other way had Lady Luck smiled. Daryl Flint was the leading scorer in M.l.A.A. play-a noteworthy feat for a first year man. Flint set a new Maryville one sea- son individual scoring record with 410 points for a 20.5 per game average. In conference competition, he hit for 213 points and a 21.3 average. Two other Bearcat basketballers, Ono Mon- achino and Bill Baldwin, came through with good seasonal marks. Monachino tallied 270 points for a 14.2 average and Baldwin con- nected for 211 points and an over-all 10.5 average. All three, along with twelve other members from the traveling squad, will be back for another season. Maurice Ingram will be the only member lost from this year's squad, and barring any misfortune, next year should be a banner one for the local cagers. Varsity Basketball Schedule 1953-541 Home Opponents Maryville St. Benedict's ........ 65 Maryville .......... Maryville .......... 58 Maryville .......... 64 . Maryville .......... Maryville .......... 76 Maryville .......... 73 Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Page 90 Washburn U ........... 77 Washburn U ........... 72 Pittsburg State ........ 70 Kirksville .............. 70 Ottawa U ............... 73 Pittsburg State ........ 80 Springfield ............ 75 Omaha U ............... 60 Cape Girardeau ...... 63 Warrensburg .......... 52 Springfield ............ 81 Rolla .................... 60 Omaha U ............... 55 Warrensburg .......... 66 Kirksville .............. 69 St. Benedict's ........ 57 Cape Girardeau ...... 65 Rolla .................. 101 S. W. Kansas ........ 75 2 S I Front row: Pat Ball, Stan Ogde The 1955 meets, lost ti M.I.A.A. cc gained in tra Several m outstanding George Coul vidual perfc year, Georgt I 1 I S Dr. Peterson, W Our 1953 Larry Belt i pionship. Le In competiti match in sii ably the ou year as we tennis playe p TRA CK mer, .lim Swaney, Kessinger. .e 1953-54- pponents edict's ....,... 65 lrn U ........... 77 lrn U ........... 72 rg State ........ 70 lle .............. 70 U ............... 73 rg State ........ 80 ield ............ 75 U ............... 60 irardeau ...... 63 sburg .......... 52 ield .,.......... 81 U ............... 55 sburg ,......... 66 lle .........,.... 69 .edict's ........ 57 irardeau..4...65 Kansas ........ 75 Front row: Pat Sprong, Gene Johnson, Bill Burnside, Ron Ball, Stan Ogden. The 1953 Bearcat track team won two meets, lost two meets, and placed fifth in the lVI.I.A.A. conference meet. Victories were gained in track meets against Peru and Tarkio. Several members of last year's squad were outstanding in intercollegiate competition, George Coulter being probably the best indi- vidual performer. In the lVI.I.A.A. meet last year, George took first in the high hurdles, T ENN Back row: Jerry Sprong, Ono Monachino, ,lack Spence, George Coulter, Jim Gillett, Loren Putney. second in the low hurdles, and was a member of the winning relay team. This performance gave George more total points than any other individual competing in the Conference meet. Hubert Sharp and Jack Spence were other outstanding performers. ,lack specialized in the one hundred and two hundred twenty yard dashes while Hubert was one of the best high jumpers in the surrounding area. GOLF Dr. Peterson, Walt Hopkins, James Rood, Larry Belt. Our 1953 tennis team lost five meets, but Larry Belt won the Conference singles cham- pionship. Larry had a very successful season. ln competition last year, he failed to lose a match in ,singles competition. He was prob- ably the outstanding conference player last year as Well as the outstanding Maryville tennis player for many years. Page 91 Bob Carey, Ted Redmond, David Cochran, Caroll Liechli. Don Tilton. The 1953 golf team won two meets and lost two meets. Last year's kings of the fairways were probably Walt Hopkins and Dave Coch- ran. These two will be back on the 1954 team. In competition last year, Maryville lost twice to St. Benedict College, and won twice in competition against Tarkio. G6 99 CLUB Page 92 I X 'fi Front row: B01 Sponsor, Ryland Don Palmer, Vif Second row: D Mickey Mallen, Third row: Hub! lim Gillett, Jael This is c "keeps the l tivities are signed to ful to those Whi The annu Meet is one actual P ship of arrange . Later in the County gaining Don Palmer ,lim SWaneJ Hubert Sh among those toward mak If of the might singl for mention NMa' Club p activities l GC 99 CLB Front row: Bob Kariger, President, Dale M. Kessinger, Sponsor, Ryland Milner, Sponsor, H. D. Peterson, Sponsor, Don Palmer, Vice-President. Second row: Don Black, Ernie Hutchings, Bob Dillon, Mickey Mallen, Ron O,Dell. Third row: Hubert Sharp, Howard Davenport, John Garner Jim Gillett, .lack Spence. This is one organization which literally Hkeeps the ball rollingn the year round. Ac- tivities are many and range from those de- signed to further athletic and coaching ability to those which are purely entertainment. The annual High School District Track Meet is one of those activities which affords actual practical experience. Under the leader- ship of Bob Kariger, members handled all arrangements and activities of the 1953 meet. Later in the fall, the organization sponsored the County Basketball Tournament-again gaining valuable experience. Bob Kariger, Don Palmer, Maurice Ingram, Carold Walker, .lim Swaney, ,lim Cillett, Cliff Agenstein, Hubert Sharp, and Duane Freeman were among those contributing much time and work toward making the tournament a success. If of the many activities of the year we might single out three of the most outstanding for mention, they might well be these: the HM" Club picnic which rounded out the yearis activities last spring, Walkout Day which Fourth row: George Nathan, Dean Stuck, Larry Rowley .lim Swaney, Dave Myers, Bill Summa. Back row: Darrell Walker, Cliff Agenstein, Red Walker, Maurice Ingram, Richard Tilton, Loren Putney. Not shown: Bill Baldwin, Publicity Chairman, Stan Ogden, Duane Freeman. was held this fall, and the Parent Night Foot- ball Game, which was followed by a banquet for the players and their parents. The first two events were held for the enjoyment of the student body and the third event honored the parents of our football squad. The real highlight of the year was the event which befell the evening of January 30-the third annual MMU Club dance. Here, in the dimly-lit but gaily decorated rooms ll3 and llli of the Administration Building, a large crowd danced to the music of Warren Durrett and witnessed, during intermission, the crown- ing of Miss Mary Anne Funkhouser as H1954 'Mi Club Queenfi Mary Anneis attendants were Misses Barbara Nixon and Sally lack- son. The queen and her attendants were pre- sented with bouquets and sterling silver me- dallions with appropriate inscriptions. Also during intermission, Master of Ceremonies George Nathan presented Don Palmer with a trophy in recognition of his being se- lected the c'Bearcats' Most Valuable Football Playerf, Page 93 9 I TRAM RAL CO IMISSIO Sixteen different activities are represented in the highly diversified intramural program. Some of the activities include: touch football, basketball, free throw contest, volleyball, golf, tennis, and ping pong. At the present time, the student body is divided into eight groups representing different sections of the country. All students are eligible to compete. Each athletic club is given a name, and then the race is on to see which club can amass the most total points in all of the activities. The winning club has its name and the year inscribed on the traveling trophy which the club keeps for the following year. Medals are given to each member of the top two clubs, and also, the top individual performer re- ceives a trophy. Last yearis individual award winner was Bob Hemingway, and the winning club was the A11 Stars. As this Writeup goes to press, no clear vic- tory has been garnered by any team, but Don Palmeris Westerners apparently have the best chance to gain possession of the coveted trav- eling trophy. The young man Winning the in- dividual performance award will be probably George Nathan, Don Palmer, or Ono Mona- chino. This year's intramural touch football cham- pionship was won by George Nathan's All States. Walkeris Southerners won the basket- ball championship, and Don Palmer's West- erners placed .first in volleyball and free throw contests. George Nathan was the leading scorer in intramural basketball, Max Daugh- erty and Ronald Wray vied for honors in the free throw contest-each completing twenty out of twenty attempts. Under the able supervision of Dr. Peterson, the Intramural and Corecreational program on our campus has proved a tremendous suc- cess by promoting athletic participation for all. Iron! row Don Palmer Dr Peterson Stan Ogden Back row B111 Summa Mlckey Mallen Page 94 510 y have the best e coveted trav- vinning the in- ill be probably or Ono Mona- football cham- Nathan's All 'on the basket- ,almer's West- ball and free vas the leading 3 Max Daugh- ' honors in the pleting twenty f Dr. Peterson, onal program emendous suc- rticipation for allen CURRECTUINAL COUNCIL Pg95 NCE CL B e l l E The Dance Club took part in many activities the past year ranging from participation in the HomecomingVVariety Show to activities connected with Parents, Day and Senior Day. Of particular note was the interesting college assembly program given this year. Our assem- bly had as its theme: various forms of dance. lts purpose was to display the opportunities for self expression which the rhythm of move- ment allows. Miss Hysler, our sponsor, ac- companied the arrangements with a vocal analysis, all of which was done with a back- ground of stage lighting and colorful cos- tuming. Budding stars of the future fto name only a fewj would include such names as Nancy Menefee, Pat Adams, Marilyn Houston, and Barbara Kunze. The roll of veteran perform- ers contains such notables as Melva Heits, Dixie Moore, and Mallerd Maune. Page 9-6 " ln , f , , V 9 j"11":L:, ' , Q fy 3 , 44,-14' Huw- ,. ,.,fl-- ' ' Q ,.,., ,N ,cw Mwwf i,,,,wf-W" wa' f I ,rf ,ww ,il ,,,, , , , , ' , j -s u ig ,M-ff V- ,z ,ff ,W WMM, . .gf ,,..ffff'f' , 75 5 M ll ,,", , . i . i f f I V' 5-i n , lvfxvolf e My mafia? -f - .N Y2f1'f:Z4'?f? Front row: Mali son, Nancy Mens Second row: Crel Wood. According Phi Dolphin mad splash t all Wet about waves bounci New meml Nancy Menef ger were am had lifeguarc brought cause the had to rc 5 E 2 r wrth a vocal wrth a back colorful cos to name only mes as Nancy Houston, and eran perform Melva Herts, SIGMA PHI DOLPHINS ,aff lront row Mary Fast Nancy Karr er Meredrtlr Wrlkrn son Nancy Menefee Second row Greta Garlen Susrc Plnpps Gerry Struck Pat Wood Accordrng to Roberta Kordes, the Srgma Pln Dolphrn swrm club has been havrng one mad splash th1s year, but there 1S notlnng at all wet about the rousrng actrvrty that has kept waves bouncrng rn the college pool New members were admrtted nr September Nancy Menefee, Pat Adams, and Nancy Karr gel were among the new members who had had lrfeguard trarnrng Thrs specral trarnrng brought Wllh 1t no speclal prerogatrves be cause the glrls report that as of yet they have had to rescue no one Page 97 Third row Marv Bo le Ruth Bnrkc DIXIC Xloorc l'rl Adams Back row Marilyn OGonnor barbara Knnzc Xlrprnra Walkin Marjorle Whlte Turnrng to the wetter srde of lrfc, the Feb ruary swrm show, Dolplrnr s Hit Parade, was once agarn a splashmg success Susre Phlpps and Greta Garten lreaved srghs of relref as therr gruellrng work rn plannrng the show proved to be not 111 vanr All rnernlrers wrsh to thank Mrss Magrll, then sponsor, for her sound 3dX1C6 and ummm excellent cookresl Besrdes the annual Snrmnnng Llnb lag cant, each year the Srgma Phr Dolplnns plan programs for Senror Day and other college events occurrnrg durnrff the college rear r -.Ai V l r I I I l W l .J r ' 'Y r l l at Q 1 V, , . , '29 f ' V, f x f" ' Q at - . . ' . ' 11 F r 1 l ' V 1 g r ' ' ' . L, 1 1 1 1 1 , 7 ' ' ' ' J 1 1 A 1 ' ' 1 1 '1 I . ' s, . 4 . I . . 7 N. . - r , . . . . - cc - 1 - 37 X r 1 . - A l L ' i N i' ' x A 1 A n g X x 1 , . 3 , - . , . J . . ' - - ' 1 1 4 . l 1 Q . I I 0 n, n n . ' . - ,- , cc 79 Y I - ' - f ' , ,, , c r - ' r ., " , ' . . . . - r . . - - ' - 1 f . . , . 'C' r . . I C I, ur . HC. l . E. .t CLU 5 i I I f. s l l l F 5 i il l Front Row: Ann Corless, President, Carolyn McDonald, Second Row: Nancyf Menefee, Nancy Rainey, Virginia L ' Reporter, Lois ,lean Kemper, Vice-President, Virdean Watkins, Pat Adams, Claire Johnson, Marilyn Houston ' Dorman. Nancy Kariger, Bonnie Magill, Sponsor. Back Row: M. Doris Hysler, Sponsor, Kay Milligan, ix Elizabeth Cushman, Barbara Kunze, Mallerd Maune, Gerry i ' Struck, Marilyn O'Connor, Beverly Murphy. i , ll 1 A , ' 0 L10 0 ,L i Q l' I l Ii . it H : 'L I l i. ET I, l is front Row: Barbara Kunze, Virginia L. Watkins, Secretary- Second Row: Gwenda Barnes, Rosa Lea Eivins, Wanda Creasnrer, Mallerrl Maune, Preszclent, Carolyn Risser, Vice- Mantzey, Nancy Kariger, Bonnie Magill. I lresulent, Ruth Crane, Reporter, Patty Neff. Back Row: Ann Corless, DeLoris Peterson, Phyllis Hayes, + Alice Terhune, Gerry Struck. Page 98 9 fy-., :,.,... , , ... . ......,...,.....,.,,..,.,.,T,..:,,T,T.......--....,f..A...-.L.,. . .f 4-. . . . PHY ICAL ACTIVITIE iainey, Virginia L. Marilyn Houston, Eivms Wanda Phyllis Haye- Page 99 GRE and WHI T PEPPERS Front Row: Betty Nazarene, Fran Cross, Stunt Captain, Dixie Moore, President, Annie Lou Cowan, Treasurer. Second Row: Vida Dunbar, Sponsor, Nancy Kariger, Beverly Murphy, Claire Johnson, Nancy Menefee, Cwenda Barnes. Third Row: Marilyn Horner, Darlene Case, Molly Koffman, Nancy Rainey, Mary Bogle, Evelyn Hillman. Back Row: Kay Milligan, Gerry Struck, Virginia Watkins, Virdean Dorman, Phyllis Riegel, Lucille Steinhauser. To cheer the Bearcats on to victory, the Green and White Peppers willingly give much lung power and pep. Activities for the year included a chili supper, conducting the March of Dimes campaign during home basketball games, and chartering a bus to Warrens- burg. Able leadership was pro- vided by Dixie Moore, Carole Kay Trotter, Fran Cross, Anne Cowan, and our sponsor, Miss Dunbar. Membership is open to any girl who Wishes to become a member. Page 100 X Y f , 1 'll Fro ger, I ' S Searoats on to en and White ly give much pep. Activities :luded a chili ng the March paign during l games, and 5 to Warrens- iip was pro- Vloore, Carole n Cross, Anne sponsor, Miss s open to any to become a CHE R LEADERS Fran! row: Nancy Meneiee. Phyllis Dyer, Louise Novin- Second row: Nancy Rainey, Claire -Iiilinwn, Yam ger, Beverly Murphy. Snlflfml Page 101 -,.. .. ,--. ..1 ..... .........-.- .....1..g.....,.............,,.., ,?................,.,....T.............,.................L...... -.,..........-- --.-- if PI-IY ICAL ED T 0 ME ' 'W' "'A-A-A " V 1 4 if , 1 Y 2 7 ? Z ? Z? 42 4 22 W V 2 9 9 A Q Q 1 if Q si Q3 .W .I x 1 QM Km A fx X ,N wswfi N N Q i - .1 .45 gb'- Q , ' , .f'- .. -V ' 5 ,X av Q, . , 13.53-v . V- .ggfj , ,, 2 - ,S-I3-,R x t . ,- Q.-,,1. ,iwgir ,,.,k T ..v. x X X xv 5 'sw OX! x N XQX 7-W ----- ------U ""'A Ii1R"-.5-1?R.v"',- a Page 102 ,, , lik I 4 9 4 r i lTION MEN9S PHYSICAL EDUCATION .- .... .- .... ...... . , , I 1 X r A P n 1 I l r I 1 yi E ? I u 1 I I Page 103 Assoc V 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 Front row: Sue Hankins, Secrett Joyce Haws, Pre cille Hunziger, T Second row: Phy Sherry Ryan, Ch nette Adams, Ru Homecomi important da awarded fin Homecoming Barbara fOl4 some of tht Horace Man' Soundlyf' L helpers const to the import ing luncheon in honor of ' Under the Haws and C' tious proarar study and dr music. rhyth capable sociz the task of ' members. Th Association For Childhood Education Fronrrow Due Mclaopprn boczal Chairman Ella Ray Hankrns Secretary Mary Shrpton Publicity Chairman Joyce Haws President Phyllis Rte el Vice President Lu crlle Hunzrger Treasurer Chloe E Mlllrkan Sponsor Second row Phyllis Dyer Dixie Morehouse Betty Crowley Sherry Ryan Charlene Carr Ruth Wall Betty Rlon An e nette Adams Ruth Gammell Barbara Don Tyer Homecoming Day October 24 was an important day for A C E because they were awarded first prize for their float in the Homecoming Parade The float featuring Barbara fO1d Woman rn the Shoe Tyer and some of the second grade students from Horace Mann had as its theme Whip Em Soundly Lucille Hunziger and a score of helpers constructed the winning entry Adding to the importance of the day was a Homecom ing luncheon given at the Methodist church rn honor of visiting alumni members Haws and "Veep Phyllis Biegal an ambi trous program was initiated pertaining to the study and development of children through music rhythm, art, and literature To our capable social chairman, Sue McCoDU1n fell the task of providing entertainment for our members That she was successful was app ir Thrrdrow Ernestme Boyd Letha Laws Beverly Nixon Joyce Hamilton Ann Linn Bonita Allen Fvelyn llrlhnan Helen Phares Barbara Price Fodrth row Florence Loose Lavon Mattes Tran Cross Ceor ra Ferguson Janet Mills Beverly Porter Jeanette Stouffer Estella La u Backrow Lorraine Mau Pal Coulthard lola Johnston Janet McClard Bettebelle Pitts Doris Jean McKinley Ar lene Crockett Darlene Coleman Mary Richards ent from the delightful time we had at the Chrrstmas party and at our Annual May Morning breakfast for graduating A L E members Last year eleien girls from our chapter were able to rttend the state convention held rn St Louis ln making this trip, various modes of transportation were used rncludrnff an automobile, airplane, and a drrve rtvour self car The Association for Childhood lirclucatron is a student branch of an international organr zatron, Whose purpose rs to further the tau e professional experiences for students mttr ested rn elementary education Our chtpter was organized on this campus in December l928, under the devoted leadership of Miss Chloe E Mrllikan founder ind faculty pon soi, who continues to inspire the rnembcr ol the organization Page 105 I . .7 , . . , . : , , if 7 -I , . 4 g , - I . I - I , - I .3 , 9 .. ' in a ' g' 1 , Ps, I ' : 7 7 l Y 7 , s s 7 s g ' : G , ' 1 . ' , A ' I - . I 7 7 l K 1 V 0 . , g I I I . . , ' I D . - 7 ' . . C - s . 1 4 2 4 . K ' x 44 ' 7 0 . . Y Q . I . il Under the leadership of President Joyce of childhood education through study and 77 ' ' l' 'I . ' -' 1 s - A- Q ' 1 '. . . . .1 1 - ' . , ' . , 5 i g , A ' ' - ' , - P i 1 1 P ' I ,P S ' 1 O 9 I . . K K . A . x . 4 I ix -S I COLHECO Throughout the 1953-541+ term, Colhecon president Bonnie Henderson directed the des- tinies of our group. A variety of activities was planned and carried to a successful con- clusion. If many of these activities centered around cooking, it was because we prized our cooking very highly. All of our senior girls have perfected recipes. Mildred Maxon provided us with a classic example, her tuna casserole prepared for a teacher's meeting insured her fame. Just how good this recipe was remains a matter of conjecture. Speaking of food, does everyone remember our first picnic in the college park for all those new home economics members? It was here that Marym Croy tried to eat all the Wieners. The songs we sang were out of tune, but it was a lovely picnic anyway! On the subject of parties, our taffy pull turned out to be rather ustickyf' Anyone who doubts may ask Jean Ann Feurt. Incidentall Y, all members congratulated Pat Cooper and Jeanie Mulvania for the successful Christmas party. No one has forgotten Marty Newman's grand performance in the balloon contest. lt' J was rumored that Santa Claus gave her an HOscar'7 for outstanding talent. J Rather than leave the impression that Colhecon members spend all their time cook- ing, it must be emphasized that this is not the true picture: for example, the annual Plowboy's prom sponsored by Colhecon, with the assistance of the Ag Club, again proved to be a tremendous success. Another annual Colhecon project-the Senior Breakfast-was given in honor of the graduating seniors, and this year Doris Ann Staples and Teresa Tobin managed to wake up before they came to the heralded event. Members of Colhecon strive to create team- work and friendship among students who are majoring'in Home Economics. Miss Rice was our sponsor this year. 1 l F gronrrowr: Martha Newman, Treasurer, Irene Schmitz, Vice-lfresivderzt, Bonnie Jean Henderson, President, Ann MCNCIL -Seffeillfy, Jean Ann Feurt, Reporter. Second row: Norma Gladstone, Erma Dean Grabill Jeanie Mulvania, Delores Caldwell, Jeanne Powell, Barbara,LaMar. Third row: Anita Rice, Sponsor, Mildred Maxon, Artie Walker, Doris Ann Staples, Pat Cooper, Jo Ellen Anderson, Jeanne Coodson, Sue Hood. Back row: Barbara Fox, Joan Kowitz, Marilyn Gilliland Marym Croy, Lucille Steinhauser, Betty Dougan, Nina Jci Noellsch, Marca Dick. Page 106 Front Row: Loui son, President, Eivins, Secretary it Cooper and sful Christmas arty Newmanls oon contest. It s gave her an pression that leir time Cook- iat this is not ,e, the annual Colhecon, with gain proved to nother annual ireakfast-was ig seniors, and l Teresa Tobin ey came to the to create team- udents who are Miss Rice was Maxon Artle Ellen Anderson Gilliland Nina ,lo DRA ATICS CLUB Iront Row Louise Novmger Prompter John Lee Thomp Back Row Joan Cartwri lit Mr Leona Hall Cliaxle son Ireszdent Melva Helts Stage Director Roa Lee 1 EIVJIIS Secretary freaszarer Ha ee E heit Blair Colleen Bc g Page 107 IND US TRIAL AR TS CL UB During the past year, our club engaged in many activities. A few months ago, Stan Ogden, President of the Student Body, ap- proached Dave Cochran with a problem. At this time, the television set in the Bearcat Den occupied a rather precarious position. Stan asked Dave if the l. A. Club would build a table for the television set. That we built the table may be verified by a visit to the Bearcat Den. Every Homecoming, members from other organizations consult us on the best way to build their float. Joe Walker, chairman of our float committee, was rather perturbed one day to find no one working on the l. A. float. Being an inquisitive fellow, he asked where everyone was. Mr. Ringold, one of our sponsors, replied, uWell, I guess all of your assistants are working on 'someone else's floatf' Joe then exclaimed, c'Well, the girls around this place sure know how to get the l. A. members to build their floats." Despite many difficulties our float was 7 finally completed. It featured four white horses pulling a chariot and had as its theme: HDriving To Victoryf, During the Homecom- ing parade, Evelyn Shaline rode in the chariot as guest of honor. Some of the many people who turned in excellent work on the float were Sam Elliot, Franklin Elmore, Herman Sallee, and Max Nelson. As a part of its yearly activities, the l. A. Club spends a day in Kansas City, last year we visited the Ford Motor plant and a lumber company. The trip ended with a visit to the auto show, but some of our members seemed to feel that there were better shows in Kansas City than these. For specific details consult Richard Miller or Monte Adams. When Senior Day and Parents, Day occur, our club arranges displays for the visiting parents and seniors to see. These displays feature 'everything from four poster beds to billfolds, paperweights, and desk lamps. Last year's most distinctive item-the mahogany DCdtW3S Tllllli' bv Flrrlip flnnnnll ff -W .... V... ....,... sci., Szponsor, Monte Gene Adams, Secretary-Treasurer, Djavid Qockran, President, Max Nelson, Vice-President, Clyde Hulet, Howard Ringold. becondrow: Aldon Addington, John Davis, Dick Willis, Richard Miller, Marvin Baker, Sam Elliott, Gary Hutchi- son., Gordon Garrett, Herman Sallee LeRo We t. Third row' Ted Derks Byron Cooper, Dayrel, McClure ,lr ihnnie S l Nl mni aurice Wheeler Raymond Greever Marlan Pag iieniann, naymond Butt, Gerry Wurster, Joe Walker. Fourth row: Del Davidson, Robert McCartney, Bill Yeary, Russell Morris, .lames Somerville, Robert Hull, Shannon Green, Richard Smith, Richard Pistole, David Yount. Back row: Edwin Herde, Roy Harrison, Duane Freeman, Bob Stevenson, Montra Dorman, Hubert Sharp, Roland Ray, Nowell Miller, Bill Workman Galen Drennan Stan Bentall 108 i i i i f i I I 1 I i 4 i Front row: Bill B Marlan Tiemann Charles Brown, lf Second row: Mon Holmes, Marvin The first l participated coming. Our Wllhe United placed seconi Max Nelson v the most hum modern engir nered a seco junction witl Hour" was l former Aggie The scene 1 night, and w strange carav. at the girls' u taken a goat, pulled to the master of ce now famous of the C given a c it satisfa kissing the Needless to a 1 , , ' A l S Q 1 's - 1 . ' ' v A , , E . , , ,.,, --..---....,- -.,-...-...M.....,..-.-,Q---... ......+.....,.....,.,..,r....,.,.,.-. . V. ...- .. ., . .-. . .. V red four white l ad as its theme. g the Homecom- de in the chariot the many people rk on the float I lmore, Herman ivities, the I. A. c A G CL B s Cityg last year nt and a lumber th a visit to the members seemed shows in Kansas detarls consult m en s Day occur, for the v1s1t1ng These dlsplays poster beds to esk lamps last the mahogany ne ter Joe walker cCartney, Bill Yeary obert Hull Shannon e David Yount on Duane Freeman Jhert Sharp, Roland Galen Drennan Stan 1 ueaaurer Don Stevenson Keporter Marlan Tiemann Presrdent Raymond Butt Secretary Charles Brown Vzce Preszdenz Second row Monte Gene Adams Laverne Brown Kenneth Holmes Marvm Bowman Don Blackford Dean Moore The f1rst b1g event 1n which the Ag Club partrcrpated th1s year was the 1953 Home comrng Our float, the theme of whlch was The Unlted States Mail Brmgs the News, placed second among the humorous floats Max Nelson won a f1rst place award by bemg the most humorous clown, and our mlracle of modern englneerlng the Jalopy entry gar nered a second place award Also, 1n con junctron wrth Homecommg Day Coffee Hour was held 1n the farm shop for all former Aggles The scene now shlfts to a dreary November night, and what a foul nrght that was' A strange caravan comprlsed of Aggies arrived at the g11ls dormitory Out of a wagon was taken a goat, and th1s majestic animal was master of ceremonles, Tom Utz began the now famous occasion by calling out several of the dormitory 1CS1ClCl1lS Each glll was glven a question, and if she failed to ansv er It satrsfactorrly, was given the alternative of kissing the goat or one of her male A friends' Needless to say, there were enough male Thrrd row Calvm Nelson Ro er Carson Tommy Utz Bob Hull Zane Dodge Gordon Garrett Dayrel McClure Jr Backrow F B Hou hton Sponsor Sterlln Evan: Lester Hall Max Nelson Nouell Miller Bill Workman Daud Helm friends present to receive all klsses By the way, no g1rl gave a satrsfactory answer Hmm a conspiracy? Consensus of opinion awarded top honors to Marvm Bowman for the best performance during this occasion All th1s was but a part of the colorful pro ceedrngs leadmg to the annual Barnwarmmg whlch culmmated w1th the crowning of MISS Eva Lee Hess as Barnwarmmg ueen As a part of our professlonal development this year the Ag Club sponsored a ln estoclt judglng contest followed by an award ban quet Robert Stevenson won the Golden Steer by virtue of having the most points Winncrs of the varlous Cl1V1S1Ol1S were Zane Dodge hogs, Robert Stevenson beef cattle Jack Collins sheep ler, Martin Bowman, Robert Stex enson Ray mond Butt, and Charles Broun mth Marlin Tlemann serung as an alternate entered the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Lrxestock Judgmff Contest and placed second in quarter hor e and sheep and fourth rn beef cattle and hogs Pag 109 C . a s. r t ' .r d . J ' Ffurvv fuw. uru uuuc , ' , , , ' 5 ' , g , W , Tl ll. f. . r 7 f , , , , , ' Y 5 - ' : ' ' g 7 l : I g as N f '. . 9 9 1 9 Y 1 ' 1 ll 9 7 7 ' ' cc . - - - an 1 M . . ' ' . . . l . , 7 ' ' 7 77 - ' ' , K . , , ' 1 7 ' 4 . Q 1 - n 7 ' pulled to the door of the dormitoryg then our Last spring a team composed of Max Mil- . , ' f 7 . ' ". ' ' -. - ' I , r A - 2 9 - 44 ' . ' ' ' . h 1 7 . . 7. l s f f - 1 , - . 1 .A M 1 - 7 A . ' -7 L. . ' O 7 . . . I H - . ' ' , . . .S S .7 . . . 4 ' 9 I , ' ' 9 Y ' ' l , . . . , . E ART CL B I ' i""" 'I Front row: Violet Casey, Reporter, Joseph Walker, Presi- Second row: Charles Johnson, Sponsor, Sue Wright, Rolande A Cnaptf dent, Nancy Snidow, Vice-President, Kenny Philo, Secre- Thompson-, Clyde Hulet, Shirley Motsinger, Anna Mae V1S1t1I1gt821Cl1t tary-Treasurer. Barnes. ' Back row: Aldon Addington, Virdean Dorman, Jacky , meetlng' Also Adams, Harold Addington. IIICIIIDCIS EIS We aided in e Nodaway C01 A T H CL UB p and Gwenda Frontroru: Maurice Carroll Wheeler, Vice-President, Har- Second row: Bob Sawhill, Don Bates, James Alberisoni D. E. Cray, Jr., President, Wayne L. McDaniel, Secretary- J. McCullough, Claudia O'Dell, Miss Dunbar, Sponsor. fCY15llfE'l'. Back row: Wm. A. Lafferty, Sponsor, John Swift, John Lin- dell, Don Corbin, Dick Merkle. Page 110 UTURE TEACHERS OE AMERICA I l Fr ont row: Dr. Leon Miller Sponsor Bill Baber S , , , ecretary-Treasurer, Audra LaVerne Williams, President, Marilyn Brown, Vice-President, Wanda Mantzey, Librarian. Second row: Gwenda Barnes, Program Chairman, Jerry Agee, Georgia Harmes, Melvin L. Twaddle, Gerald James, Lecie Hall. Third row' Bob Sawhill K th S . , a ryn mith, Charlene Carr, Joe Sickels, Berniece Short. Back row: Warren Brown, Richard Miller, Cyril Dougherty, D. A. McKown. Our chapter provided the coffee hour for visiting teachers during the October Teacher7s meeting. Also, through the assistance of such members as Bud Williams, Marilyn Brown, and Gwenda Barnes to mention only a few, we aided in establishing F T A chapters in Nodaway County high schools as well as at I TER Horace Mann. Meetings were designed to acquaint our members with problems confronting the ros P . pective teacher. Has anyone forgotten Profes- sor D1Ct6TlCh,S words of wisdom, or Joe SICKCIS problem analysis of teacher 1et1re ment? EDIA TE CL B Fll5Df01U Maiy Carter Vice President IOUIE Noun er President Pat Boydston Secrelarp Ceialcl James Treasurer SCCOIIIIIOW Marcia Woodcoclx Arlene Uthe Katherine Reeve Janice Common Lauretta Taylor Beverly Thomson Mary Keith Sponsor Tlzzrflrow Mary Scanlan Delores Tietz Alice Terhune Nlary Rolf Darlene Stamp Belly Hey ei Baci. low Wanda Kin solver Kenneth Lyle Patricia OBrien Mr Leona Hall Page 111 . . . . , . . - . . . ' l . Q . . .Q Y- U - . - V- , - , , s U , , v ' , ', 9 ' Y , , . , . Q 1 , ' .' ' , - 3 51 at X u . , r 7 , . . . , ' if , , . , 1 7 ' 7 V . S '. . ' - 1 ' Q . . . . - V Q ' ... - , . g 7 'Q 7 BAD Front row: Warren Brown, Marylyn LaMar, Marym Croy. Second row: James Cromer, Peggy Henry, Barbara LaMar, Daniel Evans, Jeanne Coodson, Marie Morris. Third row: Sue Wright, Marlene Taylor, Ruth Tebow, Marilyn Brown, Bob Mock, Wendell Teague, Larry Butler, Kay Schilling. Music activities are not confined to the fourth floor of the Administration Building. They are wide and varied ranging from indi- vidual to group performances and from clari- net to vocal solos. During the past year the band performed at all sorts of activities from football games to concerts. Marching practice held in store for every band member many new and varied experiences. Without a doubt, no one will forget rehearsals. For instance when the Hto the lefti' signal was given a lonely feeling would come over many of the marchers as they glanced around to find they had gone to the right. Then, the vexing question would appear: uDon,t you know right from left?7, After a little practice, all of us managed to learn the difference. Encouraging, wasnit itl Fourth row: Marjorie White, Kenny Dowden, Ernestine Boyd, Richard Smith, Donald Riegel, Wayne Fischer, James Smith, Jean Ackley, Larry Marrs, Donald Watson, Shirley Heits, Franklin Carey. Back row: Bill Schultz, Roger Dearmont, Norman Pearson. Members of the Tower Choir will retain many fond memories of their activities which included appearances before the college and surrounding communities, small group ensem- bles, and individual solos. Also, they will remember that it is not safe to walk through glass walls, or to eat too many chicken sand- wiches. Anyway this is what Jean Ackley, Rolande Thompson, Mary Ann Davis and Jeanie Goodson maintain. Every year the choir takes a tour and this year was no exception. During the tour, the choir visited Oregon, Mound City, Craig, Fairfax, Rockport, Tarkio, Westboro, Bur- lington Junction, Farragut, Essex, Clarinda, Radio Station KMA, and then home to give the final tour appearance before a college assembly. Page 112 Q 1 , 4 6 f 4 2 Front Row: Ruth J Second Row: Marc Marilyn O'Connor, . Third Row: Gordo' Garrett, Lura Stai Richard Burson, Ve ! ! 1 Q BARD nny Dowden Ernetme l Wayne F1 cher ,lames Donald Watson Shirley rmont Norman Pear on Choir will retain eir activities which fre the college and small group ensem Also, thev will fe to Walk through iany chicken sand vhat ,lean Acklev, Ann Davis and es a tour and this iring the tour, the Jund City Craig J Westboro, Bur Essex, Clarmda en home to give the before a college Front Row Ruth Wall Elaine Nelson ourth Row James Cobb James Roll Wreatha Jarvis Second Row Marcia Ely Frances Seat Wanda David B G Darby Bob Stages Mafl' Rolf VH mla Mllboume Mardyn 0 Connor Allen Sples Richard Postole Carroll Shipley Thzrd Row Gordon Robertson Wendell Harper Cordon Back Row Corwin Elliott A E Buckingham David Garrett Lura Stafford Deon Jensen Dayrel McClure Pearson R E Dinkel W D Batton Jerry A ee Shirley Richard Burson Veldeva Cockran John Whitford Motsmger Marge Wallace Patricia Crouse Burl Walter MARCHING BA D Page 113 x 7 - ' , , s 2 Y ' Q , . ' ' . ' : , ' . F N , . . . ' 7 7 9 . . , . , , . Q ' - , , c . , , , 7 9 3 7 7 , , . - 5. 7 t .. 9 f' 7 , - J . 9 ' 7 , , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' -A ' ' " - H 'Mn-Am-.A-A-V W,--,,.,,.,,,.,L-..4 ..4.......-.,.,....,.,.r..+..g..-.,...-.,---..-.,5H.:.,5,-.:.i.....,,..,,.5..,..-,..1.,-.,----..............-,. TOWER CHOIR Front row: Phyllis Kelley, Barbara l..aMar, Jeanne Good- Third row: Allen Spies, Gordon Robertson, President, Roh- son, .lean Ackley, Angenette Adams, Sue Wright. ert Mock, Kay Schilling, Marilyn Brown, Veldeva Cockran, Second row: Rose Hopper, Rosalie Graham, Rolande Wanda David, Claudia O'Dell. Thompson, Georgia Harmes, Wreatha Jarvis, Joan Terwil- Back row: Norman Pearson, Jim Rolf, John Whitford, Bill liger, Karen Gardner, Beverly Porter, Ruth Tebow, vice- Schultz, Deon Jensen, James Gromer, Lester Hall, Jack president. Hill, Arthur Buckingham. THING GROUP Page 114 G nertson, President, Roh- fown, Veldeva Cockran, rlf, John Whitford, Bill ner, Lester Hall, ,lack .HURAC ZUANN L4BORATORY'lIH? IJBR RY' V Page 115 . ,. 1 . V -. -, 1 A, LM, AA ,g.L1 ' .A...5...L-:.....,.g,...,..w,,.,..n.x.s-v+--r-v---r ' --'- - r- - - f DEAN OF FACULTY BOARD OF This college-a public, tax-supported in- stitution-believes in the worth of the liberal arts as a foundation for successful living, per- sonal and professional. The existing general education program and degree requirements are a testimonial to this belief. It disagrees with those who hold that the liberal and the practical arts are incompatible. As we see the so-called Hliberal artsv colleges enter the field of teacher education, introducing departments of home economics, agriculture, and industrial arts, we can only observe that the difference between them and the tax-supported institu- tions, educationally, is fast becoming an il- lusion. Students of Northwest Missouri State Col- lege may well ask if they are receiving a liberal education. ln the twentieth century meaning of the term, the answer is an un- equivocal yes. -W. A. Brandenburg RECENT Mr. R. L. Douglas, St. Joseph. Front Row: Mr. W. A. Rickenbrode, Secretaryg Mr. M. E. Ford. Maryville, Presidentg Mr. H. F. Simrall, Liberty, Second Row: Dr. I. W. .lonesg Mr. Harold M. Hull, Mary- ville, Vice-President, Mr. W. M. C. Dawson, Grant City' Q Mr. R. P. Fosterg Dr. W. A. Brandenburg. Dr. Brandenburg and Mr. Foster are not members of the board. Not Shown: W. M. Harrison, Gallating Hubert Wheeler, State Commissioner of Educationg Ex-Officio Member. Page 1 16 CO Miss Rachel position of C+ the second yea tion. Formerl Social Studies School and Di is the sponsor She holds the l Mr. Robert Registrar of t in charge of g ments, and tr. past and prest tax supported rn Jrth of the liberal essful lrvrng, per exrstrng general gree requrrements lref It disagrees e lrberal and the Jle. As We see the ges enter the field rcmg departments lre, and industrial rat the difference upported rnstrtu becoming an rl issourr State Col are recervmg a Wentreth century rnswer 1S an un A Brandenburg 'W f f X QA, X ff f '97, !fQ ff f 5-ff? f W W ff l X W XXX X r iff f ff hurg. Dr Brandenhur the hoard tm Hubert Wheeler Ex-Officw Illember COUNSELOR OF STU L Rachel Taul Lon Wilson Miss Rachel Taul serves the college rn the positron of Counselor of Students This rs the second year for her to serve rn thrs posr tron Formerly she served as Supervisor of Social Studies at Horace Mann Laboratory School and Director of Resrdence Hall She rs the sponsor of the Pan Hellenic Council She holds the B S and M S degrees REGISTRAR Mr Lon Wilson, Dean of Men, schedules men s labor, supervises men s housing, and serves as counselor of men During the course of the year he rs rn contact w1tl1 almost all the male students on campus He rs a spon sor of the lnter Fraternity Councrl He holds the B S and M A degrees COLLEGE REAS URER Roh rt Foster Luther Belcher Mr Robert Foster has held the posrtron of Registrar of the College since l94f9 He rn charge of grades, transcripts, senior state ments, and transfer records, as well as all past and present student records lVlr Luther Belcher rs the college treasurer He IS rn charge of student labor wages and records as well as the accountrng procedures of the college This rs hrs frrst year in this positron at the College Page 117 DI VISI 0 Everett Brown OF FIELD SER VICE The Field Service Office offers a wide variety of service to the college area. The public relations department contacts prospective students through visitation of high schools, direct correspondence sent to high school seniors, numerous planned "days", such as Senior Day, Play Day, etc., departmental clinics and contests, and indirectly through consistent radio and press releases throughout the year. The correspondence and extension department serves the need of teachers-in-service who have not yet completed their college education. Extension classes, with instructors meeting college faculty qualifications, are organized wherever there is a certain demand. The placement division aids both students and alumni of the college. Teacher vacancies from all sections of the United States are listed. Seniors and graduates desiring to teach are placed in satisfactory positions by aid of credentials and recommendations supplied by this division. Credentials are also assembled for students making application for positions other than teaching. T STUDE T HEALTH and 'WELFARE Ruth Burke, John Wolfe, Elizabeth Luer, W. A. Rickenbrode and Thelma Smith. FACULTY DIVISION OF EDUCATION Front row: Chloe E. Millikan, MA., Robert E. Dubey, Ed. D., Instructional Materials, Neva Ross, M.A. Supervising Teacher, Arcille McClaren, B. S. in Ed., Supervising Teacher, Leon F. Mil- ler, Ph. D., Division Chairman, Avis Graham, Supervising Teacher. Second row: Hortense Crawford, M..4., Supervising Teacher, Ann Gorsuch, M.A., Supervising Teacher, Harriett Williams, M. Ed., Supervising Teacher, James Johnson, B. S. in L. S., Librarian, Kathryn McKee, M.A. Super- vising Teacher, Dora B. Smith A. M. 'Back row: Mary E. Keith, M. A. Lucille Brumbaugh, B,S, in Ed, Librarian, Everett Brown, M.A. H. R. Dieterich, A.M., Edgar A Smith, Ed. D., Pauline Arthur M. A., Supervising Teacher Wilma Wade, A. M., Librarian. 9 9 s 1 9 J Page 118 DI SOCIf Front Row : Harry G. l John L. H Division Cl John L. Ta Back Row: Garland W Gordon M. Supervisin, George R. DIVISIOI Front Row: Edwardena Supervisin, Sterling Sl, Division C Clifford K Back Row: Dale J. Bla Elwyn K. l M. S. in B DIVISI Front Row: Kenneth E Ruth Mille Supervisin, Donald Sa Bach: Row: John Smay Acting' Chi Departmen Gilbert Wl VICE :rvice to the college ve students through nt to high school ty, Play Day, etc.g gh consistent radio erves the need of college education. ulty qualifications, mni of the college. are listed. Seniors ry positions by aid vision. Credentials 'ositions other than F ARE J OE EDUCATION Chloe E Milhkan rt E. Dubey, Ed D Y Materials Neva Supervising Teacher laren B S in Ed Teacher Leon F. Mil Division Chairman iam, Supervising Hortense Crawford vising Teacher Ann M A Supervising arriett Williams M sing Teacher James S. in L S. Librarian cKee, 1W.A Super her Dora B. Smith flary E Keith M A nbaugh, B.S in Ed vcrett Brown M A ich A M Edgar A D. Pauline Arthur Dervising Teacher A M Librarian DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE Front Row: Harry G. Dildine, Ph.D. John L. Harr, Ph.D., Division Chairman. John L. Taylor, M. A. Bach Row: Garland W. Fothergill, M. S. Gordon M. Price, Ed.D., Supervising Teacher. George R. Gaylor, M. A. DIVISION OF BUSINESS Front Row: Edwardena Schneider B. S. Ed. Supervising Teacher Sterling Suri ey Ph D Division Chairman Clifford Kensinger M Ed Bach Row Dale J Blackwell M Ed Elwyn K DeVore M S in BECZ DIVISION OF MUSIC Front Koa Kenneth E Bird M M Ruth Miller M M Supervising Teacher Donald Sanford M Mus Back Row John Smay M Mas Acting Chairman o Music Department G1lbe1tWh1tney M Mus Cl C, QQ , in ff' Lf FAC LTY Pag 119 1 o a 73. V . gf I , . ., 7 . . Q ff K 0' 7 . . . , . f. 4 . . . , . . ., 7 7 a . , , . . ., , - Y .I. I . , . . , , . ., ' , . . - r' ' I a 7 . ., . , . . , . 1 , , - s 1 ' - ' , . .7 7 5 I I' ' f I , f V . , . ., . -, ' 7 . . ' 9 ' 'Q ' , . ., . 9 7 , . 3, . ., . - S FACULTY Page 120 DIVISION OF LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Front Row: Estella Bowman, M.A., Elaine Mauzey, M. A., Violette Hunter, M. A., Mattie M. Dykes, M. A. Seconfl Row: Joseph A. Dreps, Ph.D., Chairman of Foreign Language De- partlnent, Jean C. Kinnie, M. A., Dorothy L. Weigand, M. A., Supervising Teacher, Frank W. Crube, Ph.D., Divi- sion Chairman, Chairman of English Department. Back Row: Glenn J. Hoffman, 1fh.D., Ralph E. FlllSOllI, M. A., Acting Chair- man of Speech Department. DIVISION OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Front Row: Irene Mueller, Ph.D., Leonard Levy, M. S., Supervising In- structor, J. Gordon Strong, Ph.D., Divi- sion Chairman, Chairman of Physical Science Department, Vida Dunbar, A. M. Back Row: Myrl Long, MAS., Densil Cooper, Ph.D., Wm. Lafferty, M. A. Acting Chairman of Mathematics De- partment, Wm. Garrett, M. S., Chair- man. of Biology Department. s DIVISION OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Front Row: Louise Johnson, M. A., Supervising Instructor, Anita Rice, M. S., Mabel Cook, M. A., June Cozine, Ph.D., Division Chairman, Chairman of Home Economics Department. Second Row: Charles Johnson, M. S., Supervising Teacher, Kenneth Thomp- son, M. Ed., David Crozier, M, Ed., Supervising Teacher, Richard Wright, M. A., Chairman of Agriculture Depart- ment, F. B. Houghton, M. A. Bach Row: Donald N. Valk, M. S., Chairman of Industrial Arts Depart- ment, H. Ringold, M. S. Not Shown: Olive S. Delsuce, A. M., Chairman of Fine Arts Department. 1 DIVISIOI AND PHYSI Front row: Doris Magill, M.A., Womenis Physic ment, Joann Har' ing Teacher. Bach Row: Ryl Don Peterson, P vision, Chairman ucation Depart: B. S., Supervisin singer, M. S. 2 tr 3 E JN OF J LITERATURE a Bowman, M.A., 4., Violette Hunter, Tykes, M. A. h A. Dreps, Ph.D.. gn Language De- Kinnie, llf. A., , M. A., Supervising Grube, Ph.D., Divi- rzirman of English I. Hoffman, Ph.D., '. A., Acting Chair- rrtment. JN OF MATHEMATICS Mueller, Ph.D., S., Supervising In- Strong, Ph.D., Divi- 'irman of Physical t, Vida Dunbar, ong, MAS., Densil . Lafferty, M. A., l Mathematics De- rett, M. S., Chair- rartment. PN OF 'PLIED ARTS Johnson, M. A., tor, Anita Rice, VI. A., June Cozine, airman, Chairman Department. es Johnson, M. S., , Kenneth Thomp- Crozier, M. Ed., , Richard Wright, flgriculture Depart- vn, M. A. N. Valk, M. S., trial Arts Depart- .S. S. DeLuce, A. M., 4rts Department. DIVISION OF HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Front row: Doris Hysler, M. A., Bonnie Magill, M. A., Acting Chairman. -Of Women's Physical Education Depart- ment, .loann Harristhal, M. A., Supervis- ing Teacher. Back Row: Ryland H. Milner, M.A., Don Peterson, Ph. D., Chairman of Di- vision, Chairman of Men's Physica! Ed- ucation Department, Burton Richey, B. S., Supervising Teacher, Dale Kes- singer, M. S. FACULTY PECIAL RECUGNI T10 I We, the students and faculty of 1954, are happy to extend our recognition for out- standing service to the college to Mr. R. L. Douglas, who has completed his twentieth year as a member of the Board of Regents. Much progress has been made during his twenty years of service on the board. Some of the campus additions and changes which have occurred during Mr. Douglas' term of office are the library building and the Student Union, the stadium complete with rest room facilities and concession stands, Horace Mann Laboratory School, a change from the quar- ter to the semester plan, additions to the dor- mitories, building of College Heights, and ap- pointment of J. W. ,lones as college president. Students past and present have only to glance around to appreciate the amount of progress that has occurred through under- standing of the college's many needs. Mr. Douglas has had an important part in the panorama that has unfolded in the last twenty years. Page 121 Y.-.7....,,..1 1...g.......,-v-f?:-r- -,gr MYKS.. 5 Ax - y gxxk XX X 3 NX Nici? .- 3 - ii I Page 122 OMN 1 ' Page 123 , , , 5:52 ,,,,,, fwff 'I - ,MP ' ,, ' ,ff , F , QV 7 5 I 1 i Z , 4 , 5 E - , -,d,...-M.,-, W...-..........,u ,.,u.-.,A,..A.,.4 H...-,4,,4Wg+4,Lg.,,..,-M,m.,-..-g,--L.--h-k,.-AM--.A-.,-- BOI-I 1 E Page 124 UNCLASSIFIED Page 125 r I I ' A,,, . , , ,ez , 1 ,.,,.A I .,,.A, , A ,,.,,,,, , Q .,:,,, .. L e Page 126 Mr. 4 dent boa Bar of opening death. Almc a friend the proi and in 1 In W1 Tower f body. P Way the by all v The fortunat such a 1 J. V. in view, of Nort student outstand His nan Honor I Mr. C Regents a six ye Durir other bo the new 1952, ai larged o out his 1 college 4 I MEM ORIA Mr. Condon, familiarly known to the stu- dent body as '4Ras,,, was manager of the Snack Bar of the Bearcat Den from the time of its opening in 1952, to the time of his recent death. Almost every student knew Mr. Condon as a friend and consultant. He was familiar with the problems of the students, understood them, and in turn was liked by the student body. ln writing this tribute to Mr. Condon, the Tower Staff reflects the wish of the student body. Perhaps, this will show in some small way the esteem in which Mr. Condon was held by all who knew him. The Board of Regents has been indeed fortunate to have had as one of its members such a man as the late Vernon Caddy. J. V. Caddy was always active and liberal in view, and contributed much to the welfare of Northwest Missouri State College. As a student of our college fl9ll-l9l3j, he was outstanding in public speaking and debate. His name can be found on the World War l Honor Roll of the college. Mr. Caddy was appointed to the Board of Regents in 1945 and served on that body for a six year term. Duringhis term, he did much to persuade other board members to approve the plans for the new Student Union Building completed in 1952, and was also a spokesman for an en- larged on-campus athletic program. Through- out his term, he maintained an interest in the college and its students. Page 127 . .. ...A,. . .. .. .-... ,...L,. .,. -,.-.- ---K ..... ,.,, ...,, , ,.,,,.,-.,.....-,,---..---....... TOWER DIRECTORY A Ag Club ............................----..-.----...-..-- 109 Alpha Phi Omega ........ ........A. 4 8 Alpha Sigma Alpha ..... ......... 6 2-63 Art Club .......................-....- ..v..... l 10 Assembly Committee ....... .......... 5 2 Association for Childhood Education ....... .105 B , Band .....,........................... ,....... l 12-113 Basketball ....................... .......... 8 9, 90 -Board of Regents ............. .........,. 1 16 C Campus Scenes .......,.... ........., 5 9 Cheerleaders ......,....,.. ........ 1 01 Christmas Activities ...... .......... 8 2 Classes ,..............,......... .......... 9 -34 Colhecon ..........,.............,.... .....,.. 1 O6 College Treasurer ................. ........ 1 17 Corecreational Council .,..... .......,.. 9 5 Counselor of Students ..... ........ 1 17 D Dance Club ...........i........ .......... 9 6 Dean of Faculty .......... ........ 1 16 Dean of Men ..............i... ........... 1 17 Dedication ...................,............................ 5 Delta Sigma Epsilon ...................... 64, 65 Director of Field Service .................,.. 118 Division pages .............. 8, 4-4, 60, 86, 104 Future Teachers of America ..,....... 111 G Golf Team .....i......Y...............- ---- Green and White Peppers H Homecoming ..Y,................... Homecoming Committee ..... Homecoming Attendants Homecoming Independent Queen .......... I Club ...... Industrial Arts Club ...,...... Intermediate Club ................. Inter-Fraternity Councll .. lntra-Mural Commission i. In-Memoriam .........f........ .I Juniors ........ .... ...,............. K Kappa Delta Pi .............. Kappa Omicron Phi ....,..... L Laboratory School .......... Library ..........................,. M ........ 54-58 74, 75 .......l08 .-.....111 , ........ 94 ........127 ........l8-23 .......1l5 .......115 M Club .................I......,..................... 92, 93 Math Club ..........................................., 110 Men's Physical Education ....... 103 N Newman Club- .................... Northwest Missourian ...... P Pan-Hellenic Council .,.... Dorm Council ........................................ 51 Dramatics Club .................................... 107 F Faculty ...................,....... ,,...... 1 18-121 Faculty Reception ........ ...,............. 4 3 Football ,.,.......... ......... ......... 8 7 , 88 Foreword .....,........... , ,............ .4 Freshmen ..... ,....... 2 8-35 STUDENT INDEX Parent's Day ......,........... PEM Club ........,........,. Phi Sigma Epsilon ..... Pi Omega Pi ............. President of College ...... 61 85 ..........68, 69 42 Presidentis Message ......... ...... 7 Q Quad Council ................ .......... 5 1 R Registrar .........I.I....,......... ........ 1 17 Registration Day ,........,.... .......... 3 7 S Sadie Hawkins Day ...... ....,..... 7 7 Student Senate .......,.. .......... 5 0 Service ..................... ....v..... 4 7 Senior .....,,.Yv............ .......... 9 -18 Senior Day ...................,.. .....v....... 8 5 Sigma Sigma Sigma .1 ....... ...... 6 6, 67 Sigma Phi Dolphins ........ ......... ....... 9 7 Sigma Tau Gamma ....... .......... 7 0, 71 Snaps ............................ ........ 1 22-127 Social Committee ...... ............. 5 2 Sophomores .................. ....... ........ 2 3 -28 Spring Graduates ..............,...... .......... 3 6 String Group ........,.........r...............,..... 114 Student Christian Association ............ 45 Student Health and Welfare ........,... 118 Student Union .......................... 83, 76, 84 Summer Graduates ........,....................... 36 T Tau Kappa Epsilon ,...... .......... 7 2, 73 Tennis Team ............... ............. 9 1 Tower Attendants ....... .....,.., 7 8 Tower Choir .................. ......,.,,. 1 14 Tower Dance .............,........ ......,... 8 IJ, 81 Tower King and Queen ..... ......,... 7 9 Tower Staff ........................ ......... 5 3 Track Team ........................ ............. 9 1 W Walk Out Day Q ............................... 38, 39 Whois Who ,.... ...................,.,................, 3 5 Womenis Athletic Association .... 98 Women's Physical Education Baldwin, William Robert, Maryville ......... ....... 7 0, 87, 90, 93 Ackley, Jeanette Anne, Marshalltown, la ...., 53, 65, 112, 114 Ball, Ron ,,,,.,.,,,,.,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,----,.-.,.,-, 9 1 Adair, Charles Royce, Bethany ........................................ 28, 70 Ball, Zane, Laurens, Ia ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,.,,, ,,---,-,.---,--.,-., 6 3 Adams, Agnes Angenette, Ridgeway ......., 23, 4-5, 75, 105, 114 Barger, Virginia Lee, Maryville ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-,- 9 , 11.2 Adams, Helen Arlene, St. Joseph ...................,.................,.. 9, 75 Barker, Kevin W., Lenox, Ia ,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,-..,,,,-.,- 2 3 Adams, Jacky Donaldson, Maryville .............................,.. 9, 110 Barker, Lonnie, Lenox, Ia ,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,--,,,,,--,-,----.,- 2 3, 75 Adams, Monte Gene, Elmo .,...................................... 18, 108, 109 Barnes, Anna Mae, Polo ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,--,,,,,,,-,-,---, -28, 75, 101 Adams, Patricia Janette, Red Oak, Ia ......... 28, 63, 95, 97, 98 Barnes, Gwenda, Trenton ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,. 18, 63, 98, 100, 111 Addington, Aldon Milton, St. Joseph ............ 28, 72, 108, 110 Barratt, George Wesley, Cainsvillo ,,,-,,,-,,,,,-,-----,--,-,,,,,-,,-,,---, 40 Addington, Harold Ray, Clarinda, la .........,....... 18, 53, 75, 110 Barrett John Ira, Westboro ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,--,,., 13, 58, 61, 75, TQ Adkins, Lowell L., Elmo ........................ ....................,..,.... 2 8 Barrett, Morlyn, Maryville ,,,,--,,,,-,,,,,,. nhhhuvhk-".--',--------.-.---- 7 0 Agee, Jerry W., DeKalb ........................ ............ 9 , 111, 113 Bates, Don Leroy, Oakland, Ia ,,,,,,,, ,,,-,,,,,,,-,,-,,, 7 5 110 Agenstein, Cliff, Gallatin .,................,........,........................ 87, 93 Bates, ,Cordon Dale, Oakland, Ia ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3, 87 Albertson, James Keith, Atlantic, Ia ................. 28, 49, 70, 110 Batton, William Donald, Hopkins ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 113 Allen, Bonita Marlene, Elmira ................................ 28, 75, 105 - Bayless, Franklin Dale, Coin, Ia ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13, 49, 50, 51, 58 68 Allison, Mary Ann, Mound City ........................................ 28, 75 Beattie, Donald Leroy, Barnard, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,, L28 Almquist, Sandra Jean, Pacific Junction, Ia ................. 28, 63 Beggs, Colleen Ann, Guilfgfd ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,-,,,-,,,,,, 2 3 49 107 Anderson, Herbert L., Griswold, Ia ............................. 23, 45, 4-9 Belt, Larry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,-,---,- ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, 9 1 Anderson, Jo Ellen, Sullivan ...,...................,............ 28, 65, 106 Bender, Viron Kay, Oregon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 3 68 Anderson, Marilyn Delaine, Griswold, Ia ................. 9, 40, 45 Bentall, Stanley Rgbert, Shenandoah, 13 ,,,,,1--,, ,,,,,,, 2 8 ,108 Anderson, Mary, Maitland ................................. ....... 2 3, 53, 75 Bills, Helen Y,, Red Oak, Ia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 3 75 Anderson, Reid D., Clarinda, Ia ................. .......... 1 8, 72 Bishop, Claud James, King City ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,-,-,,,,,,,,-,1, H70 Appleton, Harriet Carol, Hopkins ......... ......,...,,,.,,. 1 8 Black, Donald L,, College Springs, Ia ,,,,,,,-- ,,,-,,,,,,,-,,,, 3 7 93 Argo, Nellie Ann, Maryville ............. ................ 2 8, 75 Blackford, Donald Les, Maryvillfg ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 3 68 ,109 Arms, Walter Eugene, Maryville ................,............... 28, 68, 87 Blair, Elbert L., Barnard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-,, 2 31 753 107 , , Blair, Yvonne Lee, Barnard ,,.,..,,,,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 3, 75 Babb, Ffffmk E-i Kms CIW -----------------------------------.---.-... 9, 35, 40 Boatright, Neal Wayne, Rushville .,,,,..., ,,,,,,,,, 2 3 68 Balmrv BIHY Keith, Camden P0ll'1l1 -------- 9, 48, 51, 68, 109, 111 Bodle, Margaret Louise, Easton ,,,,,,,,, ,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, U10 Bailey, Byron K-, ElIT10 ------Y-- I ------............................................ 18 Bogle, Mary Jane, Rockport ,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,-,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, 6 3, 97, 100 Bailey, Harold Dean, Bradyville, Ia ................,.........,.....,,.,,,,.. 9 Bolin, Sally Ann, Coin, Ia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 28, 51, 53 65 Balm- Carolyn Sue, Sl- Joseph ------------- ---------- 2 8, 63 BOllilI1, EdSOI1 Carter, Kansas City ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 of 35 Baker- Harold Deanv Barnard --------- ---------- 2 8, 68 Bowman, Marvin Monroe, Maryville ...........,. ,.,,,,,, 1 8, 70, 109 Baker, Msfvln Bethany--, ------------ ............ 4 8, 108 Boyd, Barbara Ann, Council Bluffs, Ia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0,23 Baker- Pamcla Ann, Ma1'YV1lle ------- ------- l 3, 41, 46 Boyd, Ernestine, Agency ,.............,.......,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 28, 53, 105, 112 Page 128 oy o n Boydston, P B fl,J h l Brandt, Cha Brennan, Lz Brinigar, B1 Brown, Cha Brown, Geox Brown, .Ioyc Brown? Lew. Brown, Mar Brown, Robi Brown, Wa Buckinghan Bullock, Ne Burke, Rutl Burns, Mar Burnsides, f Burson, Ric Bush, Eddy Butler, Ale Butler, Larry Butt, Raym Caldwell, Campbell, . , I I Carey, Bob , Carlson E Carr, Char Carson, Ro ' Carter, Ma Cartwright, Case, Aunt Casey, Viol Clark, Alvin Clark, Paul ' Cobbs, Jan 5 Cochran, D 1 Cochran, V Cockayne, Cockriel, I 1 Coleman, I Collins, .I ack Colville, Hele Colville, Robc Commons, J ai Cook, Roger Cooper, Byroi Cooper, Patri Corbin, Dona Corden, Ches Corless, Ann Cowan, Annit Coulter, Geol Coulthard, P: Crane, Ruth l Crane, Wand: Creamer, Leia Crenshaw, Bi Criswell, Car Crockett, Arl Cromer, Victt Cross, Franci Crouse, Patri Crowley, Betl Crowley, Bill' Croy, Maryn Croy, Wallac Culver, Davii Curfman, Ca Cushman, El Dannar, Leo Darby, Bobl Davenport, I Davenport, l David, Want Davidson, D' Davis. Jerry Davis, John ge ........ Q 7 R S ly ---.----. ....... 7 7 .......9-18 na .....,.. ....... 6 6, 67 ins ....... ,,,,.,,,,,,-,. 9 7 a ...... ........... 7 0, 71 .........l22-127 .. ............,. 52 .. .... .,....... 2 3-28 ..........36 Association ,,,,,,.,.,,, 45 Cl Welfare ........,... 118 76, 84 T 1 -4---- ....... 7 2, 73 l- .......... 78 8. ..,....,l14 J, 81 Queen ...A, ,,,.,,.,,, 7 9 W 39 Xssociation ..,,,,,,,,., 98 Education ........70, 87, 90, 93 42 75 . ................ 28, 75, 101 ..18, 68, 98, 100, 111 ,.....18, 58, 61, 75, 79 110 87 8, 49, 50, 51, 58, 68 . ................ 28, 49, 107 68 r .......... .....,. 2 8, 108 75 93 68, 109 ....,...28, 75, 107 75 68 97, 100 ...,.,.28, 51, 53, 65 35 .....,..18, 70, 109 .......28, 58, 105, 112 Boyd, John Holden, Independence .....,.. Boydston, Patty Gayle, Sharpsburg, la Brandt, Charles Louis, Atchison, Brennan, Lawrence Joseph, lwaryville ,-,,,,,,, -,--- Brinigar, Bryce Lindrose, Bl thedale Y ........ Brown, Charles Wayne, Skidmore ......... 28,7 ..,...........fffQfi8f' 23 66 72 .......28 28 58 72 75 Brown, George Oliver, Sr. Joseph ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,-,-,,,-,,..---' 2 3, Brown, Joyce Elaine, Blythedale .............,............ 18, 45, 55, Brown, Lewis Laverne, Skidmore ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,-,,,,,,, ,,,..-,,, 2 3, 109 Brown, Marilyn LaVaughn, Fillmore..18 Brown, Brown, ,45, 75, 111, 112, 114 Robert Lee, Mound City ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, Warren L., Sprckard ,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--. 1 11, 112 Buckin ham, Arthur Eu ene, St. oseph .... 2 , 5 , 7 , 113, 114 8 8 J Bullock, Neal Terry, Bethany ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Burke, Ruth Annette, St, Joseph ,,,,,,,,,,., Burns, Mary W., Weston .........,.....,. Burnsides, Billy Ray, Craig ......... Burson, Richard D., Quitman ,......... Bush, Eddy Joe, Corning, la ....,...... Butler, Aleta Louise, Cainsville ,... , ...... Butler, Larry Orr, Bethany ...........,... Butt, Raymond, Westboro ...,...........,, Caldwell, M. Delores, Cowgill ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Campbell, Bonnie Louise, Barnard ........ Carey, Bob .........,,....,...,.............,,,..,,,,,, Carlson, Ethel Carolyn, Elmo ......... 912 ..,.......18, 40, 45, 53 75, 113 95 65 ....,....18, 108, 109 ........29, 75, 106 51, 66 .....,..29, 45, 75, 78 Carr, Charlene Sue, St. Joseph ....... .......... 1 0, 65, 105, 111 Carson, Roger Lee, Bolckow ..,,....,,,, Carter, Mary Frances, Fairfax .,........ Cartwright, Joan, Maysville ......,...,,.,,,...,, Case, Annette Darlene, Bolckow .,......,.. Casey, Violet Mae, Creston, la ........... Clark, Alvin E., Mercer ........................ Clark, Paul Frederick, St. Joseph ....... Cobbs, James Mark, Union Star ............ 109 45 75, 107 63, 100 .......19, 53, 110 ..........29, 70, 90 113 Cochran, David Allan, St. Joseph ...........,,.,,.,...... 19, 51, 91, 108 23 Cochran, Veldeva Vird, Sharpsburg, la ..... Cockayne, Marjorie Louise, Quitrnan ......... Cockriel, lrvin Wayne, Edgerton ........... Coleman, Darlene Marie, Cameron ........ Collins, Jack Duane, Skidmore .......... Colville, Helen Ruth, Maryville., ........,....... Colville Robert Eu ene Mar ville 66 , g , y ,.............. .......... 2 3, 70, 87 Commons, Janice Elizabeth, Pattonsburg ........ ............. 2 9, 75 , 52, 75, 113, 114 75 ........29, 45, 105 ............19, 68 Cook, Roger Wyant, Eaglesville ........................................ 23, 63 Cooper, Byron, Guilford ...,......,.,................,...................... 29, 108 Cooper, Patricia Louise, Sheridan ...,........................ 19, 63, 106 Corbin, Donald Lee, Weston ........................ 10, 58, 61, 70, 110 Corden, Chester William, Kansas City ......,..................... 68, 87 Corless, Ann Patricia, St. Joseph .................................... 46, 98 Cowan, Annie Lou, Maitland ................ 19, 40, 41, 61, 63, 100 Coulter, George ....................................,..............,.. ..,...----....-----. 9 1 Coulthard, Patricia Marie, Mt. Ayr, la ............. 23, 4-5, 75, 105 Crane, Ruth Eileen, Salt Lake City, Utah ..........,.....--.-,--- 49, Creamer, Lex, Jr., Union Star ..........,.........., v-.v .....-------,-,----- ---- 98 Crane, Wanda Jean, Salt Lake City, Utah .........------------------- 87 Crenshaw, Bill Francis, St. Joseph ...,...............-------,--------,------ Criswell, Carolyn Jean, Mound City ........-... Crockett, Arlene Joyce, Albany ........----.---------- Cromer, Victor N., Carothersville ........... ....--------------- 23, 40, 49, 50, 75 .........29, 63, 105 .29, 68, 87 Cross, Frances Louise, Bedford, la ---v-.--,-------- 19, 63, 100, 105 Crouse, Patricia Lee, Mound City ....,.... Crowley, Betty Lee, Lawson .......---.,----- Crowley, Billy Mac, Lawson ....--.-....- C1-oy, Marym, Maryville ............ Croy, Wallace, Maryville ............----.-- Culver, David Lee, Maloy, I3 -------------- Curfman, Carolyn Sue, Maryville .......... Cushman, Elizabeth Ann, Joplin ......... Dannar, Leota Zonell, McFall .--.-------- Darby, Bobby, Bethany ....------------ I ---------- Davenport, Diane Louise, Maryville ......... Davenport, Howard Bryson, MHTYVIJJC' David, Wanda Catherine, Mound City ..,,....... Davidson, Del J., Gnilf0fCi ------------------------ -- Davis, Jerry, Chillicothe -.-,---------------------- Davis, John Robert, Maryville .,,........ fffQQ28Q"58,"106 75, 113 ..........29, 75, 105 90 19 98 ...........23, 113 .......19, 72, 108 Page112 .....90 , 112 .23, 75, 113, 114 29, 108 Davis, Mary Ann, Mt, Ayr, Ia ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 4, T5 Dearmont, Roger W., Mound City ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 9, 112 Derks, Ted Stevan, Guilford .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , .29, 108 DeShazer, Maurice Buel, Maryville ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 9, 70 Dick, Marca Evelyn, Maryville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 9, 53, 106 Dillon, Bob Will, Atchison, Kans .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 7, 93 Dinkel, Richard Eugene, Greenfield, la ..,.......,..,...,, 29, 72, 113 Dinsmore, Harold Dale, Blanchard, la Dodge, Zane S., MoFall ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dolph, Allen Dean, Maryville .,.,.,.,..,,... Dorman, Montra DeVezz, Maryville .... Dorman, Virdean May, Maryville ......... 68 68 109 ff ...,..,.,.,.., ffffff ,... f ,.., 48 108 ...10, 63, 98, 100, Dougherty, Cyril, Fairfax .,.,......,..... 10, 35, 40, 50, 58, 751 l 10 Dougan, Betty Jean, Barnard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 29, 75 106 111 112 Dowden, Kenneth Lavelle, Parnell ....... Dowden, Laurel Weldon, Maryville ...... Drennan, Galen Gene, Mt. Etna, la ...... Duffy, Norma Claire, Kansas City ....... 70, 70, 90 Dugger, Wanda Lee, Anderson, Ia ..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 9, 63 Duke, Bob, Bethany ...,.......,....,,.,.... Q ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 24 Durby, Helen, Union Star ........, ..,,....,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4, 66 Dyer, Phyllis E., Forbes ..........,... .....,.,.. 1 9, 51, 66, 101, 105 Eivins, Rose Lea, Gilman City ..,,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, l 1, 98, Elliott, Corwin A., Princeton .......... Elliott, Samuel D., Princeton ......... Elmore, F. Dale, Elmo ..,...............,,. Ellison, Gary Francis, Maitland ....... Ely, Marcia Ann, Hamilton ..,......,,. Evans, Daniel Keith, Pickering ......... Evans, James Sterling, Maryville .......... 107 ........19, 75, 113 ...........1l, 108 29 45 29 , ,65, 113 112 ........30, 109 Falk, Myrna Jean, Stanton, Ia ......,.,. ..,.,,,,,, 2 4, 45 Fasone, Gus, Kansas City ................ ......................,, 3 0 Fast, Mary Edine, Villisca, Ia ............,...........,.,......,,.,.... 30, 97 Ferguson, Georgia Lee, Lenox, Ia ..................... 24, 45, 75, 105 Ferguson, Kathleen Joyce, Hamburg, la .,....................... 30, 63 Feurt, Jean Ann, Jameson .................... 24, 49, 61, 65, 78, 106 Finter, Evelyn Faye, Maryville ........................................ 24, 65 Fischer, Wayne Eugene, Oregon ...................,............ 24, 72, 112 Flint, Daryl Eugene, Martinsville ........, Foley, Charles Wayne, Parnell ............. Foster, Robert Dean, Atlantic, Ia ........ 19 45 66 106 Fox, Barbara Christine, Mound City ................ , , Francis, Donald Jerome, St. Joseph ....................... ......... 3 0, 72 Freeman, Drrane, Maryville .................... ......... 1 9, 70, 93, 108 Frizell, Richard Dean, Liberty ......... .................... 3 0, 68 Fuller, John Paul, St. Joseph ................ ................. l 9, 70 Funkhouser, Mary Anne, Plattsburg ........ .......... 3 0, 66 Gabbert, Sharon Lea, Grant City ............... ................. 3 0, 53 Gammell, Ruth Elizabeth, Elliott, la ......... ........ 1 1, 75, 105 Gardner, Donald Dwain, Pattonsburg ........ .................... 2 0 Gardner, Karen Elizabeth, Anita, la .......... ............ 3 0, 114- Gai-ey, Franklin Henry, Griswold, la ........... ......... 3 0, 75. 112 Garner, John Franklin, Winston ...................... .... 2 0, 70, 90, 93 Garrett, Gordon B., Maryville ................ 24, 75, 108, 109, 113 Garside, Lorraine L., Anita, la ......................................... 30, 75 Garten, Greta Louise, Maryville ........ ............................ 6 6, 97 Garten, Marilyn Sue, Maryville ........................................ 30, 75 Geer, Billy W., Coin, la ......................... 30 68 Gillett, Jimmy F., St. Joseph ......-----..... 20"'51""70"'87f' i 7 7 , - 91, 93 Gilliland, Marilyn June, Ludlow .... 11, 35, 40, 41, 51, 58, 106 Gilmore, Arthur Francis, Randolph, la ......................,...... 63. 37 Gladstone, Norma lrene, Worth ........ Goodrich, Beverly Jo, Cainsville ..,..... Goodson, Jeanne, Ravenwood .............. .....20, 45, 49, 65, 106 ...30, 63, 106, 112. 114 Grabill, Erma Dean, Eagleville ................................ 24-, 411. l06 Grace, Rosalee Jeanne, Martinsville ........................ 24, 49, 65 Graham, Rosalie, Ravenwood ..-......-------- Gray, Harold Everett, Jr., Maryville ..... ,...,,.30, 46, 49, 75. 114 1, 110 Gray, Lanny Lloyd, Craig ..-.-----Y-,-,.--- -------,----------f------e--'-- 6 0 Greaves, Harold Lloyd, Plattsburg ........ .............. 2 4, 87 Green, Shannon Lee, Westboro .......... ------,- 24, 75. 108 Greever, Raymond Max, Maryville... .... ........... 3 0. 103 Greever, Wilma. Allene, F3i1'f21X ....-,.-. .--,-------e----- 3 0575 Criee, Lyle Marvin, Laurens, la ....... .... ......------.--,--,-----,.-- 6 3 Grindstaff, Sherry Jean, Mt. Ayr, la ---------.-,---.-,-----,,-,,--- 30- 66 Cromer, James Ray, St. Joseph -.-.---,----- ----9-- 3 0, 72- 112, 114 GIOQIH, Carol EmOg6Il6, lxl3.YSVillC ....------- f------------- 2 4, 40, 66 9 Hagee, Charles Raymond, Stanherry --4------- ----------- 3 0, 107 Hagee, Jo Ann, Stanberry ....-------------,------ Hall, Charles Lester, Maryville .----,------ Hall, Lecie H., Maryville ..................... llall, Leona Mae, Maryville .............--...... Hamilton, James Homer, Corning, Ia ...... Hamilton, Joyce Ann, Hamburg, Ia ...... Hammond, J. D., Maitland ......--....--4----Y---- Hankins, Donna Lynnelle, Osborn ........... I-Iankins, Ella Ray, Osborn .-.-........--..-----..- Harmes, Georgia Ann, Fairfax .-.......... 51, Harper, Grover Wendall, Hopkins ..,.......... Harrison, Roy Martin, Brimson ................. Harve Carol Dean Bl thedale 75 ....,....109, 114 49, 111 40, 107 ..........24, 58, 72 ......,.30, 63, 105 72 24 49 61 ........12, 40, 66, 105 58, 61, 65, 111, 114 y, 7 Y """""' Haskey, George Edward, St. Joseph .......v -.--.-------,-.- 3 0, 37 Hat1on,,Bernard E., Corning, la .,........... ...............----- 4 6, 53 Haws, Joyce Baker, St, Joseph ,..,.................,...... 12, 52, 63, 105 Hayes, Phyllis Mae, Corning, la -....................l---...Y-------.---------- 98 Hedstrom, Mary Lou, Villisca, la ...........,.----..---------v---- ---------- 3 0 Heits, Melva June, Craig ............l........... 12, 35, 50, 52, 75, 107 l-Ieits, Shirley Pearl, Craig ......................................-- 30, 65, 112 Helm, James David, St. Joseph ............................----.------- 20, 109 Henderson, Bonnie Jean, Carrollton ............ 20, 41, 51, 66, 106 Hendrickson, Doyle Dean, Grant City .................--- 30, 51, 72 Henry, Peggy Elaine, Bedford, la ...................,............- 24, 112 Herde, Edwin Ellis, Parnell .........,............ ...-------- 3 0, 108 Heyser, Betty Jean, Altamont ..........,......... -....---- 2 4, 45 Hiatt, Arthur Burton, Weston ...............-....-- --------- 2 4, 72 Higginbotham, John Norman, Albany ......................-..... 30, 63 Hightree, Edward Lee, Jameson ....................................----....,, 90 Hill, Jack Richard, St. Joseph ...................... ....,....... 2 0, 72, 114 Hillman, Evelyn Marie, Shenandoah, 1a ..... 20, 58, 63, 100, 105 Holmes, Kenneth Eugene, Barnard ..............,................. 63, 109 Hood, Helen Sue, Maryville .................. ..........,,.............. . 106 Hooper, Ruth, Maryville .................,.,........ ....,....... Hopkins, Duane Fairley, Red Oak, la ........ --....----- . Hopkins, Walt ................................,......... ---....---------------- 9 1 Hopple, Rose Alice, Hopkins .......... ,...... ................. 2 5 , 114 Horner, Marilyn Ann, Trenton .................. .... ..... 2 0 , 75, 100 Houston, Marilyn Louise, Chillicothe ............................ 31, 98 Hulet, Clyde R., Clearmont .,...............,,,,.... 108, 110 Hull, Robert Martin, Maryville ........................ 20, 75, 108, 109 Humphreville, Robert Dean, Clarinda, 1a .......,............. 20, 75 Humphrey, William Fishell, Clearmont .... Hunsicker Evert C. Ea leville ...........,...... 7 Y g Hunter, Rita F., Allendale .................................... 12, 40, 42, 58 Huntsman, Charlotte Kay, Maitland ........ Hunziger, M. Lucille, Oregon ................ 12, 35 40 61, 66 105 Hutcheion, William Michael, Kansas City ..,.,. ...... ....... ...31, 90 Hutchings, Ernest Frank, Kansas City .... Hutchison, Gary Roe, Pleasanton, Ia ..,..... Ideker, Jerry, Craig ..............,.................., Ingram, Maurice Dean, Clearmont ......... Jackson, James Robert, Skidmore ...,.......,.. Jackson, Sally Leone, Mt. Ayr, Ia .............. James, Gerald LeRoy, Council Bluffs, la 108 66 70, 90, 93 66 111 Jarvis, Wreatha Wilda, Maryville .................... 31, 75, 113, 114 Jennings, M. Helen, Maryville ............ .... Jensen, George Deon, St. Joseph ....,............ 49 31 72 113 114 ""'.'25,'9a,'100,, 101 Johnson, Claire LaNelle, Rosendale ............... Johnson, Gene ........................................,.. Johnston, Lola Mae, Corning, la ........ Jones, Charles Wesley, Independence.. Jones, Donna Lavelle, Gallatin ..........,.. Jones, Larry Allan, St. Joseph ................ Jones, Marlin Dwight, Maryville ................ Jones, Phyllis Christine, St. Joseph .......... Jones, Shirley Ann, Burlington Jet ......... Jordon, Mary Estella, Hopkins ..,........,...... 45, 105 87 .......... .20 70 66 45, 75 Kimble, Jim F., Mt. Ayr, Ia ............ Kincaid, Max, Weston .,................................ Kinder, Jack Allen, Mound City ................. 70 ......,.....20, 72 49 Kingsolver, Wanda Nadine, Farragut, la ................. 25, 45, Klin Geor e M. Barnard e, g , ,---------------A-------.----------------------- 50, 10 Koffman, Molly Ann, St. Louis ..................,....,........ 21, 63, 100 Kordes, Roberta Jane, Cameron ............ 21, 40, 41, 50, 54, 66 Kowitz, Margret Joan, Helena .,...... 13, 35, 40, 41, 58, 75, 106 Kuhieka, Dowell A., Plattsmouth, Nebr ............ ,.................... 8 7 Kunze, Barbara, Louis, la ............................................. 31, 97, 98 Kurtz, Mary Jane, Maryville ........ u .................. 1 3, 40, 42, 52, 63 Kysar, Alverdo Franklin, Maryvllle ........................................ 13 Lafferty, William Robert, Maryville ..,,............,............... 31, 75 LaHue, Bill C., Langdon ..................,.......................,................. 31 114 LaMar, Barbara Ann, Burlington Jct ..,.. 31, 66, 106, 112, LaMar, Marylyn Janette, Burlington Jet ................. 25, 66, 112 Landes, Ruth Elaine, Bethany ........................... 5 .................... 31 Lau, Estella Funglaan, Honolulu, Hawaii ..... 105 .31 75 Laws, Letha Mae, Mercer ........................................... , , 105 Leffingwell, Carl Norman, Atchison, Kans ........................... 87 Lemar, Mizella Lea, Maitland ..................,......... ............... 2 1 Lesher, Merle Ralph, Clearmont ........... ........ . ,. ...... ..13 Liechti, Carroll ............................................................................ 91 Lilley, Hiram Weller, Maitland ...,.....,,...............,............. 31, 48 Lindell, John Wendell, Shenandoah, la ....... 35, 50, 52, 61, 70 Linn, Ann Elizabeth, Hancock, Ia ................................. 75, 105 Linville, Lewis Frederick, St. Joseph .................................... 72 Lockridge, George William, Pattonsburg ......... .......,..., 3 1, 87 Loose, Florence, Riverton, Ia ........................... .r........ 3 1, 105 Lyles, Kenneth Wayne, Prescott, la .......... ........ 3 1, 75 Maeder, Richard Henry, St. Joseph ...................................... 25 Maher, Frederick Vincent, Red Oak, Ia .... ..................... 6 8, 87 Mallen, James, Pattensburg ................................................ 87, 94 Montzey, Wanda C., Avalon ........................ 14, 42, 75, 98, 111 Markt, Robert Lloyd, Oregon ............... ................................. 2 5 Marrs, Larry, Mound City ........................ ...........,........ 3 1, 112 Martin, James Russell, Ravenwood ........... ............... 3 1 Marvick, Jeanne, Villisca, Ia .................. ................,, 3 1 Masters, Mary Frances, Grant City ................. ............... 3 2, 63 Matheny, Larry L., Blanchard, 1a ..................... Mattes, Lavon Elaine, Hamburg, Ia ...........,,,,.,.,.,,... 12 25, 65, 105 Mau, Lorraine CheeFung, Honolulu, Hawaii ................ 75, 105 Maune, Mallerd Marten, St. Joseph .................... 14, 61, 63, 98 Maune, Martin Ferdmard, St. Joseph ............,,..,,.,,,,,.,,,,....... 32 Maxon, Anna Mildred, Maryville ................ 14, 40, 41, 66, 106 McCartney, Robert L., Tarkio ....,........,......,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,.,, 25, 108 McClard, Janet, St. Joseph ............ ......,.,,.... 2 1, 63, 105 McCleave, George A., Hopkins .........,.,............,.....,.,,,,,,.....,.,,, 14 McClure, Bobbie D., Mill Grove ,,,........,...,,,.,,,..,....,.. 32, 68, 87 McClure, Dayrel Wright, Jr., Brimson ,....... 108, 109, 110, 113 McCullough, Don Joseph, Garner, Ia ..........,.,......,...,,.,.......,., 25 McCoole, Homer Thomas, Atchison, Kans ....,............,..,,,,,,. 21 McCoppin, Sue Carol, Maysville ........,..,,,,,,.,,,,,, 14, 52, 66, 105 McDaniel, Wayne Lee, Sullivan ......... ., .............. 14, 58, 75, 110 McDonald, Carolyn Margaret, Maryville ,,.,....,....,,.,,,,.,.......... 98 McGinnis, Virginia Bosch, Maryville ,,...,.,,,,,....,,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,,, 14 Mclntyre, Owen Marrill, Maryville ...,.... ,,,.,,.,,,,,,..,......,,, 2 1 McKinley, Doris Jean, Glidden, la .,,,,, ' ,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 32, 105 McKown, Donald Arch, Maryville ,,.,,., ,,,.,,,,,,, .............4O, 111 McNeill, Ann Louise, Maryville ,,,,...,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, 25, 50, 66, 106 Meek, JoAnn, Maryville .,.,....,,,,,.,..,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 25, 42, 49, 66 Mendenhall, Kae Elizabeth, Hopkins ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Menefee, Nancy Lou, Trenton ............ 25, 63, 9 7 98 100 101 Merkle, Richard Eugene, Coin, Ia ..,.,..,....,,,,,,,,, 111., 61, 683 110 Meyer, Frank J., Excelsior Springs ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15, 70 Michal, Mary Ann, Blockton, Ia ...,,.,,.,,.,,., Milbourne, Virginia Marie, St, Joseph ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .......32, 65, 113 Miller, Byron Nowell, Ravenwood ..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15, 108, 109 Miller, Kenneth Earl, Ravenwood ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,--,,,,,,,.,, 15, 52 ""' " ""' """"""' M iller, Richard W., Burlington Jet ................. 48, 75, 103, 111 Joyihm R" Comepmn 'lc' """"""""""""""""'"""" 311701 87 Miller, Shirley Ann, cle alum, wash .,,,..,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,, 3 2 Kaflgfffr NHUCY LSC, Balboa, Canal Zone ---- 31, 63, 95, 97, 93 Milligan, Katherine Sue, Long Beach, Calif .,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kariger, Robert Lee, Balboa, Canal Zone ....,,.,,,,,,,,, 70, 87, 93 ,I-,,,,--,,,,,,,-,.,,--,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,-,,,--,-,-,-'-"----' 2 5 63 95 98 100 Kelim, Billy Wilson, Stewartsville .................................... 31, 70 Mills, Janet Elizabeth, Redfield, Ia ,,,,,,,-,,,,,,, ,,,,,- ,,,,-, 1121' 105 Kelley, Pllyllls Elleen, Elllolts la -----------------------------------" 31, 114 Mitchell, Jim Anthony, Laurens, Ia ,,,,,,,,,-,,,---,-.-.,.-- -,-,,,,- 4. 6, '70 KellYf Lols Elalllev FaYellev Ia ---'---------l------------------ ----------------- 0 5 Mix, Carolyn Ann, Osborn .......,....,,,,..,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 5 66 Kemper, Lois J ean, Tarkio .................... 13, 35, 40, 61, 66, 98 Mock, Robert Dean, Maryville ,,-,,.-.,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32, 11271114 Kessmgefv Kent Dale, Bellflella, Kafls -------------------------- ----'---- 4 9 Monaehirlo, Ono Francis, Elba, N. Y ..,..,,....,,,, ,,.,,, 8 7, 90, 91 Page 130 Moore, Beverly Jr Moore, Dixie Lee Moore, Donald D Moore, Kenneth Moore, Lawrence Moore, Lona Lu, Moore, Max Eug Morehouse, Dixi . Morris, Leola Ma Morris, Russell 1 Motsinger, Shirle Mulvania, Leola Murphy, Beverly Murray, Alexand Murrell, Alma L1 Murrell, Avis Lo Myers, Dave Vern Nathan, George Q Nazarene, Betty 1 Neely, Jamie Let Neff, Patty Ann, Nelson, Calvin Vl Nelson, Elaine D Nelson, Max L., Nethken, Roy Al' New, Marilyn Ja. New.man, Martha Nickell, Kenneth Nixon, Barbara , Noble, William ' Noellsch, Nina Jr Norman, Kirby ' Norton, William Novinger, Louise Oakerson, Richar Obregon, Gilbert O'Brien, Patricia O'Connor, Marily O,Dell, Claudia l OiDell, Ronald F Oehler, Gary De. Ogden, Stanley 14 Palmer, Don, Ma Parkhurst, Paul, Patton, John, Ba Pearson, David, 1 Pearson, Norman Pebley, Frank, Penwell, David, Peterson, DeLori Phares, Helen, I Philo, Kenneth, l Phipps, Suzan, ll Pierce, Clifford, Pierpoint, Burde Pistole, Richard, Pitts, Bettebelle, Ponak, Michael, Porter, Beverly, Powell, Jeanne, ' Price, Barbara, ll Price, Mary Lou Pumphrey, Robe Putney, Loren, l Quinn, Richard, Rainey, Nancy, f Ray, Roland, Elr Redmond, Ted .. Reed, Ted, Stanl Reeves, Katherir Rice, Glenda, P Richards, Mary, Richardson, Du: Richardson, Jeai Riegel, Donald, Riegel.'Phyllis, 1 . 70 72 49 la ................. 25, 45, 70 63, 100 Z1, 40, 41, 50, 54, 66 5, 40, 41, 58, 75, 106 ' ................................. 87 97, 98 ......13, 40, 42, 52, 63 75 31, 66, 106, 112, 114 t ................. 25, 66, 112 ii ........ .......... 7 5, 105 75, 105 ans ........................... 87 , ...... ............ 1 3 48 .....35, 50, 52, 61, 70 105 .....,......31, 87 ...........31, 105 .....,..31, 75 87 94 ..14, 42, 75, 98, 111 112 63 1 ................,....... 21, 72 65, 105 waii ................ 75, 105 ...........14, 61, 63, 98 ..14, 40, 41, 66, 106 103 63, 105 68, 87 ,..108, 109, 110, 113 ns ........................... 21 ......,.14, 52, 66, 105 . ....... 14, 58, 75, 110 105 111 , .,..... 25, 50, 66, 106 42, 49, 66 13, 97, 93, 100, 101 ,.,.,...14, 61, 68, 110 70 65, 113 108, 109 52 .....48, 75, 108, 111 lif .,...,.....,............. 25, 63, 95, 93, 100 105 70 66 .......32, 112, 114 90, 91 Moore 1 B?Vfff1Y JOHN, Curnberland, Ia .,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 25, 51, 105 Moore, Dixie Lee, Maryville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,, ','.--- W2 Moore, Donald Dean, Braddyville, Ia ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,-,--,,,, Moore, Kenneth Merrill, lkriackgbnrg, 13 ,,,,-, ,,--,---...- 2 5 70 Moore, Lawrence Neil, St, Joseph ,,,,,,.,,,,,, -'...--...-- 3 2, 72 Moore, Lona Lu, Maryville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,-,-,-.-,v 2 5 61, 63 Moore, Max Eugene, Braddyville, Ia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,', --v-.---. 721' 75 Morehouse, Dixie, Pickering ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 Morris, Leola Marie, Pattonsburg ........ .......15, 53, 66, 105 , 112 32 Morris, Russell Lloyd, Pickering ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 1 32 - ------ - ----- -- , Motsinger, Shirley Ann, Grant City ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32, 63, 110 Mulvania, Leola Jean, Rockport ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,--,- Murphy, Beverly Jean, Chillicothe ........... 7 103 113 106 32, 95, 98, 100, 101 32 42 Murray, Alexander William, Albany ,,,,,,,,,I,,,,,,-,,,,,,,.,--,-,,..-.., Murrell, Alma Lucille, Albany ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,--,.,,--'--,-- 2 1, Murrell, Avis Lorene, Albany ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 1, 4,23 66 Myers, Dave Vernon, Emmitsburg, Ia ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0, 93 Nathan, George F., San Francisco, Calif ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58, Q3 Nazarene, Betty E., Red Oak, Ia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 21, 63, 100 Neely, Jamie Lee, Pickering .......... 70 Neff, Patty Ann, Maryville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 1, 55, 98 Nelson, Calvin Winsell, Bolckow ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 1, 109 Nelson, Elaine D., Maryville ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 13 Nelson, Max L., Maryville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 6, 68, 108, 109 Nerhken, Roy Allen, Gilman City ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 43, 50, 58, 72 New, Marilyn Jane, Maryville ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 2 Newman, Martha Viola, Carrollton ,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 4.1, 66, 79, 106 Nickell, Kenneth Ray, Jameson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26 Nixon, Barbara Joan, St. Joseph ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32, 66 Noble William George New Ham ton .,,,..,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 4-5 a 7 P Noeueeh, Nina Jo, Miryviiie ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32, 75, 106 Norman, Kirby Quentin, Maryville ...,.... 70 Norton, William Gilford, Kendall, N. Y ..............,,,.,....,,,...,, 87 Novinger, Louise Jean, Gravity, Ia...21, 40, 49, 52, 75, 101, 107 Oakerson, Richard D., Maryville ,........,.,,,...,,,,,,,........ 21, 49, 72 Obregon, Gilbert, Kansas City ................,....,...,,,.....,,......,...... 87 OJBHCH, Patricia Louise, Imogene, Ia .............,....................... 32 O'Connor, Marilyn Sue, Cameron ........ 32, 46, 66, 97, 98, 113 O,Del1, Claudia Lenore, Industrial City ......,. 32, 75, 110, 114 O,Dell, Ronald Francis, Chillicothe .................., l70, 87, 93, 95 Oehler, Gary Dean, Clarinda, Ia ..................................... 26, 75 Ogden, Stanley K., Maryville .... 15, 50, 52, 70, 87, 91, 93, 94 Palmer, Don, Maryville ............................ 15, 61, 70, 37, 94, Parkhurst, Paul, Hatfield .......... Patton, John, Barnard ............ Pearson, David, Winston ......... Pearson, Norman, Winston ........ Pebley, Frank, Craig .................. Penwell, David, Villisca, Ia ........., 95 ...,........... 32, 75 113 .......,22, 112, 114 ..,......26, 45, 49, 68 Peterson, DeLoris, Corning, Ia ........ ............. , ,.... 3 2, 98 Phares, Helen, Dawn ..,.................. ........... 7 5, 105 Philo, Kenneth, Glidden, Ia .......... ..-.------ 7 0, 110 Phipps, Suzan, Maryville ........... ....-,-- 6 6, 97 Pierce, Clifford, Albany .............,. .,,..--- 1 5, 63 Pierpoint, Burdette, Quitman .......... ...............--.----- 3 2, 75 Pistole, Richard, Pickering ,.... ...... ...................--- 1 9 3, 113 Pitts, Bettebelle, DeKalb ............... ......., 3 2, 51, 63, 78, 105 Ponak, Michael, Kansas City .......... .........-.----,----,----- 3 2, 72 Porter, Beverly, Maryville ....,........ ........ 3 2, 75, 105, 114 Powell, Jeanne, Weldon, Ia ...... ........ 2 6, 41, 65, 106 Price, Barbara, Maryville .........,.. --------------'--- 63, 105 Price, Mary Lou, Darlington ..,...,. Pum hrey, Robert, St. Joseph p ......... Putney, Loren, Elba, N. Y ........... Quinn, Richard, St. Joseph ....,.. Rainey, Nancy, Stanberry .......... .........22, 51, 52, 70 ,,,,,,......87, 91, 93 26, 72 33, 63, 93, 100, 101 Ray, Roland, Elmo ...........,.......... ......... 2 6, 45. 51, 75, 108 Redmond, Ted ..,.......................,..,. . .........-.. , -----,.--------------- 91 Reed, Ted, Stanberry .....,...............-- -. ----------'--------------- ---- 3 3 Reeves, Katherine, Bedford, la ....... -------- 3 3, 45, 75 Rice, Glenda, Pickering ,............,- ------------ 3 37 75 Richards, Ma1'y, NOTfl1lJOf0, 121 ......--- '-'----------- 2 22 105 Richardson, Duane, Bedford, 18 ..---'.------------'-----------------e ------- 1 5 Richardson, Jean, Van Meter, la ---------'----- 16, 401,924 5? Riegel, Donald, Corning, 121 ..,1----------------3--a'---- ---------------- 5 51 112 Riegel,.Phyllis, Corning, 13 .----------------'----- 16, 40: 63, 1007 105 Page 13 Rinehart, Arlene, Grant City ...,..... Rion, Betty Lou, Perry, Ia .......,,. Risser, Carolyn, Ravenwood ........... Roberts, B. N., Conception Jct ..... Roberts, Vernon, Skidmore ........... Robertson, Franklin, Fillmore ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, Rohlk, James, Storm Lake, Ia .... Rolf, Mary, Hamburg, Ia ..,,,...,,,,,,, Roll, James, Lenox, la .,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,, Rood, James .....,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ross, Donna Lea, Mound City ,..... Rowland, Margaret, Mound City.. Rowlett, Roger, Mound City .......,... Rowley, Larry, Council Bluffs, Rucker Russell, Frank, St. Joseph ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Russell, John, Maryville ............ Russell, Shirley, Lawson ........ Ryan, Sherry, Leon, Ia .......... Saale, Angela, Chillicothe .........., Sallee, Herman, Maryville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sawhill, Robert, Clarinda, Ia ........ Scanlan, Mary, Nodaway, Ia ......... Schaufler, Lee, St. Joseph ...,...... Schenkel, Don, Maryville ......... Schilling, Kay, Denver ........,.. Schmitz, Irene, Parnell .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Schneider, Gordon, Weston ......... Schultz, William, Ridgeway .......,. Scott, Robert, Corning, Ia .......... Seat, Frances, Albany ........,,.,....... Shaline, Evelyn, Maryville ........... Sharp, Hubert, Craig .............,... Sharp, James, DeKalb .......... Sharp, Joanne, Clearmont ......... Shay, John, Maryville ........... Shea, Robert, St. Joseph .........,.. Sheil, Michael, Maloy, Ia ............... , Mary, Tarkio ........,,,,...,,,,,,,,,, 105 41, 98 68 22, 113, 114 75, 113 75, l13,' 114 91 75 .. ,...,.... 33, 75 93 87, 66 51, 70 T0 75 45, 75, 105 108 ......,..22, 110, 111 75 72 63, 112, 114 ..16, 40, 41, 46, 58, 106 48, 75, 112, 114 75, 113 75, 93, 103 72 113 Shipley, Carroll, Gallatin ................................,,.,............ 26, Shipton, Mary, North Kansas City .... 16, 35, 40, 58, 75, 105 Shoemaker, Robert, Glidden .................................,.................. 49 Short, Berniece, Adel, Ia ...,................................. 22, 42, 65, 111 Sickels, Joe, Blocton, Ia ............ .................., 2 6, 111 Silcott, Donald, St. Joseph ,.......... ..........,............. 1 6 Sklenar, Donald, St. Joseph .......... ......... 2 2, 40 Slaight, Harold, Gravity, Ia ........ Sleep, Wilbur, Bedford, Ia .......... Smith,Dannie, Winston ............... Smith, James, Shenandoah, Ia ...,..... 111 Smith, Kathryn, Blythedale .......... .....,..... 3 3, 75, Smith, Richard, Quitman .......... ........ 3 3, 108, 112 Smith, Robert, Maryville ,.......... .............. 2 6, 70, 90 Snapp, James, St. Joseph ................. ........... 3 3, 72, 75, 95 Snidow, Nancy, Kansas City ................ ........ 3 3, 101, 110 Solonycze, Dixie Lee, St. Joseph .......,.. ........................ 1 6 Somerville, James, Ravenwood ........... ........... 2 2, 108 Southard, Lewis Henry, Tarkio ...,.... Sparks, Bob, Maryville ........,........... Sparrow, Billy, Kansas City ........ .......,...,................ 3 3, 70, 87 Spence, Jack, Maryville ..........,.. .................,. 2 6, 50, 72, 91, 93 Spies, Allen, Cumberland, 1a ............. 22, 35, 61, 68, 113, 114 Sprong, Earl, Chillicothe ........,...............,....-------,...---- 22, 87, 91 Sprong, 'Flossie Stevens, Rocky Ford, Colo ................... 26, 66 Sprong, Gerald, Chillicothe .................................---....-----,1, 70, 91 Stafford, Lura, Forest City .....,...................-,-....--,,..-. 33, 75, 113 Staggs, Bob, Dearborn ................... ..-,..----- 6 3, 113 Staley, Barbara, Mound City .,....... ....,.-.,A,-. 2 6. 63 Stamp, Darlene, Lewis, la .......... .......-- 3 3, 51, 66 Stantor, Stanley, Maryville .,........ .....-.-..-..---f--- 3 3 Staples, Doris, Burlington JCI ..........................,,.-----,AA 27, 66, 196 Steinhauser, Lucille, Parnell ...............,...,.------.----..-----,---,-'----'--- 41, 46, 52, 58, 61, 65, 100, l06 Stevenson, Robert, Parnell .......-..,,-----,-------------- 17, 68, 108, 109 Stone, J. W., Bigelow .....----.--------..-1-------e-----e--------------e-5--- 27. 45 Stone, Marian, Cameron .......-.. ----.A. ,--,A-,--e-,1-----,---- i 1 3, 75 Stoll ffer, Jeanette, Fairfax .........., Strock, Geraldine, Dexter, Ia -....----..,- 22, Stuck, Dean, 1111. Ayr, la -....------1- 1 75. 63, 95, 97, 93, 17, 70. 105 100 93 --.--..-,w .A.. . - .. . l .,-..1.,.. .,., 1. .., .. 1 l 4 5 Stuck, Rex, Mt. Ayr, Ia .............. . Slucker, Miles, Oregon ................... Summa, Billy, Gentry ....-------------------,.--- 4-0, Sunclell, Beverly, Sharpsburg, la -.-----------v-- Swaney, James, Maryville ..................,....,.v. Swearingen, Douglas, Mt. Ayr, la .....,,. Swift, John, Shenandoah, la .........,v.,. Taylor, Barbara, Maryville ...,........ Taylor, Lauretta, Omaha, Nehr ..... Taylor, Marlene, Ridgeway ,........... Teague, Wendell, Westboro ........ Telbow, Ruth, Maryville .............. Terhune, Alice, Forest City ........,. Terwilliger, Joan, Mt. Ayr, la ...... Thiessen, Dorothy, Hamburg, la.. Tholnas, Curtis, Stanberry ............. Thompson, Johnn Lee, Maryville. 70 .......17 68, 87, 93, 94, 95 45 75 93 .........70, 87, 90, 90 110 65 65 75, 112 68, 112 .....27, 66, 112, 114 75, 98 .........34, 75, 114 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,.......... ..51 .27 75 107 Wachter, Charles, St. Joseph ..-.----- ---'------ 3 4, 68 Wagner, Willard A., Maryville --------v A-----'-- 3 4, 48 Walker, Artie White, Maryville ---------- ----'l-- 2 2, 106 Wa1ker,Darre1l LaVane, Stanberry .,..,............,----1.-------.-- 37, 93 Walker, Ellen Wilma, Parnell ...........,.................---.-.---- ----------- 3 4' Walker, Garold LaVerne, Stanberry ...v-.-..-.---------------l----- 87, 93 Walkervloseph L., Maryville .................... 17, 53, 58, 108, 110 Walker, Willis, Parnell ............................,.....,.----....--------- ------- 3 4 Wall, Ruth Elaine, Union Star ............ 27, 45, 51, 75, 105, 113 Wallace, Marge Ann, Villisca, la ............,........................ 34, 113 Walter, Burl Leroy, jr., Shenandoah, la ......................... 22, 113 Walter, Lydia, Tarkio ...............,................. ----------------- 3 4 Ward, Jean Ann, Maryville ................................,,............-.....,. 66 Warford, Donald A., Pattonsburg .............,,.,........1.... 27, 48, 68 Vvatkins, Virginia Lee, Trenton ....,.....,. 27, 46, 63, 97, 98, 100 Watson, Donald, St. Joseph ........................-...... .17, 45, 75, 112 Webb, Jean Electa, McFall ..........................,......,............ 27, 49 Thompson, Rolando, Rovohwood...ffffffffffffElil,'5El,"75,'1101 114 3jfaff,fvg1ffefffRJfQ' "" """' j fjjjjjj524'1gg 1f:g25,j3neBEjeij?l,Fglfgfjonf -----"- -------'-------------"'----- 5 Wheti,-ler, Moofloe cifroll, Elmo .......,. ......... 1 08, 110 Thorne, Robert, Siam, ......----- --22 Whlte' Joy An-n' Blylhedale """""""'"""""'""""""A' 27' 651 54 Tiemann, Marian, Westboro--nm 'mmm-WIO8, 109 White, Marjorie Louise, Emerson, la., ...,.....,......... 34, 97, 112 Tietz Delores Griswald Ia 45 75 Whltford, John F., Falrfaxai ............... 27, 45, 58, 75, 113, 114 Til, IH, Don Wilhoit, Marcia Ann, Haml ton ........................... , ............ 34, 66 Tiltgn, Richard, st. Joseph ..............., .....,... 2 7, 50, 52, 72, 93 Y,2!lf1nS0n,,N,QefedflgAn'1' ,Qllendile -----'------'--------' 1,---,5"',?I Tobin, Kathleen, Burlington Jct ...,..... .................. 3 4, 66, 70 Wluiamicg Ha Elemff' Algryvl e "A"" """" ' 321, 68 Tobin, Maurice, Burlington Jct ..... ........... 2 2, 46 Wlulamg J aris 21,211 ' any """" """"""" 3 4' 63 Tobin, Teresa, Burlington Jct .......... ........... 2 7, 49 Williams. ,CON TPM main """""""" """" 8 '108 Tobin, Kenneth, Maryville ,........... .............. 3 4 Wfl IS' elif argl erin """""'A"" """" ' 66 Townsendfg Carl, St. Joseph ......... ...-.-....r----..- 3 7 lion' H 15611, fag' gyvli e """' ""' """"""""' 4 0 Trigge, Mlrvin, Mr- Ayr, Ia --------- ,----.--------------- 2 7 W0 eng, OW A e 271 OC ester' H """"' """' 3, g,"',g"9, Trost, Jangt, Sharpsburg, la ....,..... ........ 3 4, 45, 65 Wood, amcla .fmt . amerqn """"""""""" """""' ' ' - Woodcock, Marcia Leigh, Coln, la ..,.......,. .,......,,........ 2 7, 65 fffiflfrP?,?f0l2,,ff,aQ,fZIaYSV111e ""' """""'1' "" 2 3' Wooten, Lester Doon, Barnard .,.......,.........,.................... 34, 68 Twaddle, Biuce,tElmo.iiii:.1i::--1 ....... fffffffffff22,"68 Workman, Willianr Karol, .lffafwifle ----------------'--' 34, 103, 109 Twodfllo, Melvin, Maryville ......., .............. 1 7, 40,111 Wfeye Ronald Neae M-UYV1 C -------------------'-----------'------'----------- 87 Tyor, Bo,-hero, Stewartsville .,............... ......... 2 7, 53, 75, 105 Wflghte Eleanof Sue, Cfahem -"--------------------- 34, 110, 112, 114 Ulh9,H919H AfleH9,Pf1lt9HSb11f8 ,le,.eee-,- e..e.e.ee.-eel.-l---. 3 4 75 1853131Jt52fS,,H52lZldSlE3J2?fi,1ii1il ''''3311111i11115'l'H133 Utz, Samuel Thomas, St. Joseph.. ..,............. 17, 109 , ' 1 1 1 ' Venable, Graham Glen, St. Joseph .......... ........... 2 7, 72 Yeary, Billy J., Maryville ............................. ............ 2 7, 108 Vilas, James Edward, Albany ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 41, 68 Youngberg, Elsie Marie, Red Oak, la ....... ........................ 2 7 Volk, Jo Ann, Gallatin .......,.....,.,... .............. 2 7 Yount, David Albert, Craig ..,..................................... 48, 68, 108 Voss, Henry John, Jr., St. Joseph .,...... .,.,...... 2 2 Yungschlager, Doris Ruth, Calumet, Ia. ,.,.... .............. 2 7, 4-9 FACULTY INDEX Hoffman, ClennJ ......... .......... 5 2 Sanford, Donald ................. ....... 7 5, 119 Arthur, Pauline .................................... Belcher, Luther ......... ......... Bird, Kenneth ............. Blackwell, Dale J ..., ....... ....,.... 4 2 Bowman, Estella ............ .l........... Brandenburg, W. A ......... ............... . Brown, Everett ............... ......... 5 2, Brumbaugh, Lucille .... .......... Burke, Ruth ............... Cook, Mabel ............ ......... 4 1, Cooper, Densil ....... Cozine, June ..... ......... Crawford, Hortense Crozier, David .......... DeVore, Elwyn K ........ Dleterich, H. R .,,,,....,, ,........ 6 8, Dildine, Harry G ...,.... ................ Dreps, Joseph A ......... ......... 4 5, DuBey, Robert E ........ ................ Dunbar, Vida E ........... .,,,.., 1 00, Dykes, Mattie M ........ ,,.,.,,,,.,, Foster, Robert P ...,,........ ....... Fothergill, Garland ...,.... ,,,,..,.,,., Fulsom, Ralph E .,,,,....,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 2, Garrett, William Trajo ..,.. ,.,,,,,,. 6 8, Gayler, George R ,,,,,...,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Corsuch, Anna J ......... 46, Graham, Avis Lair ......, Grube, Frank W .........., 68, Harr, John L ........,..,,.,,,,,,, 4-0, 58, 70, Harristhal, Joann .. ........108 Houghton, F. B .......... ................ 1 09, Hunter, Violette ........ ..,.... . ..49, 52, Hysler, Doris ............. ..,.......... 9 8, Johnson, Charles ......, Johnson, James .... Johnson, Louise ........ Jones, J. W .................. Keith, Mary E ...............,,,... Kensinger, Clifford ........ Kessinger, Dale ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kinnie, Jean C ............ Laffert William A ......... Ya Levy, Leonard ............. Long, Myrl D ............ Luer, Elizabeth .......... McClaren, Arcille .... McKee, Kathryn ...... ..... Magill, Bonnie ......... Mauzey, Elaine ....,..... Miller, Leon F .......... ........100, 118 1ff90,"98," "'QIQQ1Qf1i0 ..........48, .....95, 98, ........111, Miller, Ruth ..,.....,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Millikan, Chloe E .,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 05, Milner, Ryland H .,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87, 93 Mueller, Irene ..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4. 5, Peterson, Don .,,...., 87, 91 93, 94, 95 Price, Gordon M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. ,,,,-,,, Rice, Anita ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,, 1 05, Richey, Burton ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,,-.. Rickenbrode, W. A ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,-, Ringold, Howard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -,,,--,, 1 08, Ross, Neva ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,, ,,,,,.,,-,.,, Page 132 Schneider, Edwardena Smay, John L .........,,,,. Smith, Dora B .....,....... Smith, Edgar A ........... Smith, Thelma .......... Strong, J. Gordon ....... Surrey, Sterling ....,...... ..ffQff"'fffffff52," ....ffffffff68Q" 52 .........5o, , Taul, Rachael .......................... 50, 52, Taylor, John S ............. Thompson, Kenneth T ......... 48, 108, Valk, Donald N ...............,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Wade, Wllma .............................,..,.,,,, Weigand, Dorothy L .......... ........ Whitney, Gilbert ......... Williams, Harriett ....... Wilson, Lon ............,.... .......51, 61, Wolfe, John ...............,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 119 119 118 118 118 120 119 117 120 120 118 120 119 118 117 118 120 Wright, Richard ....,...,,,...,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, BOARD OF REGENTS INDEX Brandenburg, W. A... Dawson, W. M. C ....... Douglas, R. L ............... Ford, M. E ............... Foster, R. P ..........,.. Harrison, W. M. Hull, Harold M ........... Jones, J. W ................. Rickenbrode, W. A ........ Simrall, H. F ..... 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