Tarkio College - Tarkiana Yearbook (Tarkio, MO)

 - Class of 1959

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GEORGE DEAN OF WOMEN LORENA L. PARRISH DEAN OF MEN NEWTON P. KYLE ROBERT RANKIN Vice President In Charge Of Endowment I. R. I ENISON Mathematics VEVA BALLENGEE Piano 85 Public School Music FRED L. KELLER MARY IENISON Education Commerce RICHARD MARTIN SILAS SUMMERS History English wx t 9 GAVIN DOUGHTY Xt Piano, Organ 8a Theory SO S N MYRA B. LOW NATHAN AUSTIN 'G Sociology Biolggy VIMERS MAX VAN HOOZER ROBERT LADE l Agriculture Physical Education FLORENCE SUMMERS Librarian JAMES M. SCOTT Modern Languages ALFRED MARTIN Bible 85 Religion PAUL F. GILBERT Director of Athletics LOIS CHENEY Speech BENJAMIN LYON Chemistry MARY STEVENSON Registrar I, C, S, PARK WILLIAM MUNN Economics 85 Business Business Manager MILDRED SLOCUM ALVIN N. RUSK Voice Physics FRED PATTERSON 'vw Psychology fw ALMA STODDARD WILLIAM ROBINSON Wornen's P.E. Education MRS. I. C. NEWBY ADELLA SHOEMAKER Housemother Housemother Collins Hall Thompson Hall LEE SCHNEIDER Instrumental Mus1c HOWARD HAYNES Public Relations MARTHA COOPER Housemother Marshall Hall ZORA DeVANEY Dietitian 6 i x Q .I 1? L LOWELL RIPPERDAN Long Beach, California Music and History Class President 49 Forum 1,3,-45 Y.M.C.A. l,2,3,4g Choir l,2,3,4g Student Council 4g Basketball lg Intra- murals 2,3,4g Alpha Chi 2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Torch 2,35 Gospel Team 3, 4g Men's Ensemble l,2. CHARLES RYAN Tingley, Iowa Business Administration and Economics Class Vice-President 45 Alpha Lambda l,2g Alpha Psi Omega, Vice-Presi- dent 4g Dra matics l,2,3,4g Collins Hall Council 2,3, Secretary 2, Vice- President 3. SENIDRS JAMES AGNEW Pacific Junction, Iowa Physical Education 8a History Football 1,3,4g Thompson Hall Coun- cil l,3,4, President 4. MARY ELLEN BRICKLEY Des Moines, Iowa Elementary Education 8a History Kappa l,2,3g Tarkiana 3g Torch 2,3 Gamma Upsilon 3,4, Secretary Treas- urer 39 Ho me co m ing Attendant 4 Marshall Hall Council 2. CLASS 0F '59 ' KATHLEEN MAY COLLINS Tarkio, Missouri Business Administration Sz Education Lambda Sigma Tau l,2,3,4, Secre tary 4. LARRY COZAD Villisca , Iowa Physical Education 86 History Forum 2g T Club 2,3,4, President 49 Skulls of Seven 3,45 Football l,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4, RICHARD BUSEKRUS Okawville, Illinois Public School Music Alpha Lambda l,2,3g Band 45 Choir l, 2,3,4g Alpha Chi 3,45 Dramatics 2g Men's Ensemble l,2,3. CHARLES H. CLARK Tingley, Iowa Business 8: Mathematics Tarkiana 3g Alpha Lambda 1,23 Alpha Psi Omega 3,4, Secretary Treasurer 3, 4gGamma Upsilon 3,4, Vice-President 45 Dramatics l,2,3,4g Collins Hall Council 3g Photography C lub l,2,3g Intramurals l,2,3,4. JERRY L. CRAWFORD Culver City, California Religion Transfer from Occidental College, T Club 3,4g Basketball 3,45 Gospel Team 3,4. ROSS E. FRAHM Hudson, Iowa Public School Music Forum l,2,3,4g Choir l,2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Alpha Chi 3,49 Collins Hall Council 4. JOY L. FRANCIS Shenandoah, Iowa Physical Education 85 Secondary Education Lambda Sigma Tau 2g Y.W.C.A. lg W.A.A. lg Basketball 3. CARMA HERSHEY Bristow, Iowa Elementary Education 8: History Kappa l,2,3,4g Y.W.C.A. l,2,3,4g W.A.A. 1,2,3,4, President 45 Choir 2,3,4g Gospel Team 2,35 Basketball 1,3. P Lam Crit 3, 4, retaa Coul iana Psi 4gQ m a I Seve cil. I l C f L I 4 G ll PAT HIGGINS Hampton, Iowa Psychology 8a Sociology Lambda Sigma Tau l,,2,3,4g Critic 3,4g Y.W.C.A. l,2. 3,4, President 4, Class Sec- retary Treasurer 39 Student Council 33 TOfCh 1.29 Tafk' iana 29 Choir l,2,3,4g Alpha Psi Omega 2,3,4, President 4gGOSpC1TCa1T1 l,2,3,4: DTH' matics l,2,3,4g Skulls of Seven, Marshall Hall Coun- cil. ED HUGHES Fairfax, Missouri Physical Education 85 Education 4g Cross Country 3,4. RONALD KINSEY Tarkio, Missouri Psychology Kc History Class President 2g Forum l,2,3,4, Sec retary 2g Student Council 2,4, Presi dent 45 Choir l,2,3,4g Y.M.C.A. l 2,3,4g Football l,2g T Club 2,3,4 Alpha Chi 3,4g Gospel Team l,2,3 4, Treasurer 25 Men's Ensemble 1,2 Collins Hall Council lg Who's Who. BERT C. WYCKOFF St. Joseph, Missouri Mathematics Transfer from University of Kansas. 17 Alpha Lambda 2g Track 2,3, MARVIN JOCHIM Watson, Missouri Business Administration T Club 3,4g Basketball l, 4g Thompson Hall Council 2,3,4. 3 l JOYCE KINSEY Tarkio, Missouri Chemistry Sc German Kappa 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, 4, Class Secretary Treasurer 2, Choir 2,3,4, Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4g Gospel Team 2,3, 4, Chemistry Club 4g Home- coming Attendant 1, 3g Who's Who, Alpha Chi 3,4. ROBERT L. LA MAY Brooklyn, New York History Forum 1,2,3,4, President 4, Y,M,C.A. 1,2,3,4, Presi- dent 2gGospel Team 1,4 Treasurer 1, Tarkiana 23 Torch 4g Drama tics 2. BILL McKEE Mound City, Missouri Physical Education 85 Business 85 Education Football 1,2,3,4g Track T Club 4. JOYCE MILLER Clarinda, Iowa Public School Music Lambda Sigma Tau 1,2,3,4, Marshall 3, President 45 Y.W.C.A. l,2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Choir 1,2,3,4g Band l,4, Secretary Treasurer 4g W.A.A. 1. 2,3,4, President 3, Basketball 1,2,3: Gospel Team 1,2,3,4g Alpha Chi 1. 2,3, Secretary Treasurer. JEROME NAUMAN Mound City, Missouri Physical Education 8a History Forum 2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4s Track 2,3,4, Cross Country 1,29 T Club 2,3,4. 'I8 3 EE slissouri ation 8, rcation , Track 3, Marshall 1 , 21 3'4' 3,4:B3l1d r.A'A.1y 11 1.232 ra Chi 1' i QIOYY lv2'3'4: ,2:T yi. KENNETH JOHN ORE Denver, Colorado Education 85 History Forum l,2,3,4, Y.M.C.A. l, 2, 3,4, Secretary Treasurer 3, Tarkiana 2, 3, GospelTeam l,2,3,4, Dramatics l,2. EUGENE SAUNDERS Rea , Missouri Physical Education, History, Sa Education Football 2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4, T Club 3,4, Thompson Hall Council 4, Secretary 4. EARL SHULTZ Rosendale, Missouri Physical Education Football 2, Basketball 1,2, Track 1, T Club 2,3,4. ...pf W fn-mths - If , fc PATRICIA PEARSON St. Joseph, Missouri Organ Kappa l,2,3,4,Y.W.C.A. l,2,3,-4, Skulls of Seven, Choir l,2,3,4, Alpha Chi 2, 3,4, Gospel Team l,2,3,4 Secretary 2,3, Manager 4 Marshall Hall Council Vice- President 3, Drama tics 1 Who's Who. DENNIS M. Roor A Adair, Iowa Business, History, 85 Education Forum l,2,3,4, Sergeant-ab Arms 2, Class President 3, Student Council 2, 3,4, Torch Business Manager 3, Football l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2, Track 3, T Club 2,3,4, Gam- ma Upsilon 3,4, Who's Who. I9 ROBERT SINCLAIR Corydon, Iowa Business 85 Education Class Vice -President 3g Forum l,2,3,4g Y.M.C.A. l,2,3. Publicity Chairman 3g Basket- ball lg Gospel Team 3gI1l't1'a - murals 2,3,4. LINDA LOU STEFFEN STEVE SPURLOCK Rock Port, Missouri Biology Lisbon, Ohio Business Administration Kappa l,2,3,4, Treasurer 3 Alpha Lambda l,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4g Band lg Track 1. 20 3, Secretary 3, Y.W.C.A l,2,3,4, Publicity Chair- man 2, Secretary 3, Choir 1, 2,3,4g Tarkiana 4, W.A.A l,2,3,4, Vice-President 3 Marshall Hall Council Presi- dent 4g Homecoming Attend- ant 2, Maid of Honor 3 Homecoming Queen 4g Who's Who . WILLIAM H. TODD Union, Nebraska Mathematics 8a Education Forum l,2,3,4g Choir 1,2,3g Men's Ensemble 1,23 Band l,2,3,4g Alpha Chi 3,4g Y.M.C.A. l,2,3,4, District Representative 4, Agriculture Club l, 2,3,4, Secretary Treasurer 3, Gospel Team 2,3,4g Chemistry Club 4. KENT WEVER Corning, Iowa Sociology, Bible, Psychology Transfer from University of Dubuque, Choir 2,3,4g Men's Ensemble 2g Band l,2,3,4g Y.M.C.A. l,2gGospelTeam l,2,3g Dramatics 1,25 Orchestra l,2. President 45 Student Council EN ion rrer 3, Iouncil '.C.A. hair- ioir 1, '.A.A. lent 35 Presi- rttend- 1 o r 3. Who's len'S ,1ph2 striCI lb 1, ospel ICIUC9 Band team 1,2. RICHARD WILSON Mound City, Missouri Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics Forum l,2,35 Critic 25 Torch Sports Editor 35 Chemistry Club 4, Vice -President 4. WAYNE LANDEN Rock Port, Missouri Business Administration Alpha Lambda 1,2,3,4. ROBERT LEISMAN Rock Port, Missouri Business Administration Transfer from M a r y vi lle College. JOHN R. WINEMAN Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Psychology 8a Sociology Class President lg Forum l,2, 3,4, Treasurer 2, Critic 3, Vice-President 45 Stud ent Council l,2,3, Secretary Treasurer l, Vice-President 35 Choir 1,25 Track l,2,45 Cross Country 3,45 T Club 1, 2,3,45 Y.M.C.A. l,2,3,4, District Representative lg Gos - pel Team l,2,3,4, Manager 35 Homecoming Co -C ha ir - man 45 Who's Who5 Collins Hall Council 4. DEANNA WOLFGRAM Elgin, Minnesota English 86 Psychology Kappa l,2,3,4, Treasurer 45 Student Council 35 Tarkiana 2,3,45 Torch l,2,3, Editor 35 Y . W.C.A. l,2,3,45 Gamma Upsilon l,2,3,4, President 45 Drama tics lg Ho m e c o ming Co -Chairman 45 Marshall Hall Council 4. 21 I 'sag a 'Q' A? dlfx JUNIORS GLENDON ARNOLD Rock Port, Missouri X ,, K MZ' xQ ' CLASS OF DAVID BEALE Brooklyn, New York DON BRILEY Shenandoah, Iowa 40 Y M! 1 960 DORIAN BROWN Lincoln, Nebraska HO WA RD BROWN Ta rkio, Missouri RAYMA BROWN Ta rkio , Missouri GARY BUSSARD DAVID CARLSON Farragut, Iowa Tarkio, Missouri GEORGE CREIGHTON Irwin, Pennsylvania BILL EWENS Marshall, Missouri RICHARD FAIRCHILD Chillicothe, Missouri GERALD COULTER Marissa , Illinois BETTY COURTNEY Monmouth, Illinois ROBERT COLLINS Marshall, Missouri THOMAS GIPE Malvern, Iowa DARL FERGUSON Tingley, Iowa JACK GRAHAM Whittier , California DOUGLAS GRANDSTAFF Newark, Ohio VERL FLACK Westboro , Missouri MARILYN GRAVES Tarkio, Missouri MAXEN GREGG Rock Port, Missouri MARY HALL Tarkio, Missouri JIM HESSER BOB HICKMAN Beaver, Pennsylvania Mona ca, Pennsylvania BILL HUSTON Blanchard , Iowa DAN KELLY Rock Port, Missouri RUSSELL KERR Bea ver, Pennsylva nia SIMEON HOLMES Beaver, Pennsylvania PEGGY HOOD Des Moines, Iowa DALE HIRZ. North boro, Iowa RUDY KOSITS DON LEIGHTON Brooklyn New York Bedford, Iowa JO ANN MORRIS Mound City, Missouri JOE MURPHY Farragut, Iowa PAUL OSBORNE Columbus, Ohio mam TED SPARR DALE SPENCER Emerson, Iowa Farragut, Iowa PAT TOBIN Lincoln, Nebraska JUDY WAIT CHARLES WHITE Morning Sun, Iowa JOHN WIICOX Tarkio , Missouri MICKEY WILLIAMS Farragut, Iowa Reinbeck, Iowa ADEL TI-IROCKMORTON Ames, Iowa SQPHCJMGRES CLASS OF JON BOLES Glenwood, Iowa JOE BOSWELL Forest C-ity, Missouri SALLY BOWEN Monmouth, Illinois DICK BUEHRIG Buffalo, New York PHYLLIS BUHR Tarkio, Missiouri RUTH BUNN Monmouth , Illinois Q sa: 1961 JOHN CALVIN Lisbon, Ohio BRUCE CHERRY Xenia, Ohio JEAN CHURCHILL Kansas City, MiSS0Ufi MARY JANE CLARK Tingley, Iowa I .54 I Fon Mor DENN1 Clari JUDY T0mbSU HENRY Tariq, DOROTHY HAUSCI-IILDT Fort Morgan, Colorado DENNIS HERZBERG Clarinda, Iowa JUDY HICKMAN Tombstone , Arizona HENRY HUMMEL Tarkio, Missouri MY RNA ENGLAND Tingley, Iowa JEANNE FULLERTON Portland , Oregon TONY GAINES Watson, Missouri EARLINE GIBSON Waterloo, Iowa IODY DASHNER Pacific Jct. , Iowa CAROL DIFFEY North Bend, Nebra ska HUGH FERGUSON Tingley, Iowa JACK FISHER Pacific Jct. , Iowa ALBERT ERVOLINA Buffalo, New York BILL HYNDS Cedar Rapids, Iowa If KATHLEEN KING Grinnell, Iowa f BILL KENNEWEG Columbus , Ohio DICK LECHTENBERGER North Bend, Nebraska SAM LITTLE Knox, Indiana 'Z Mus l DIANA NEWBY Churdan, Iowa KATHRYN LOWE Atlantic, Iowa GEORGE MCVICKER North Bend, Nebraska DON MEASEL Beaver, Pennsylvania filr SHARON MOUNT Newark, Ohio PEGGY MYERS Cedarville, Ohio JANICE NAUMAN Mound City, Missouri JACK NAY LOR Irwin, Pennsylvania xt 'I 5' BC Bra HEN .114 DQX Onyx r Ai Rees Rok QT BOB SMITH ll Brayton, Iowa 10 HENRY STEWART Rf Albia, Iowa 1110 N DONNA WOLFE M . Onyx, California ARTHUR ZEISE Ru McKees Rocks , Pennsylvania afll BOB PATTON Emerson, Iowa JO ANN POSTLEWAIT Tarkio, Missouri BOB POTTER Buffalo, New York CHARLES PRINCE Aliquippa, Pennsylvania BOB PA TT ERSON Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania A LMA PE RMA R Steubenville, Ohio Ms ay?-5 ,J Q, A KATHY RIPPERDAN Clarinda, Iowa MARILYN ROSS C annonsburg, Pennsylvania uma X V f. ': 'W .1 f f wr Y , I, x ff fi f PAUL SERVICK Monaca , Pennsylvania . wwfqnww, V W ,.,, V P' fl' 2 was MARIAN BENNETT Tingley, Iowa FRESHMEN FRED ALEXANDER Farragut, Iowa CLASS 0F CECIL ALLISON 1962 I-Iookstown, Pennsylvania BOB ANDERSON Hammond, Indiana JUDY ANDERSON College Springs, Iowa IIM BANGOR La trobe, Pennsylvania KEN BERGNER Hammond, Indiana N RANDY BERRY Hamilton, Missouri BOB BEVAN Buffalo, New York PIOTR BLUMENTHAL Sao Paulo, Brazil DAVID BLYTH Patterson, New ICISSY uri rk HAL il SCY TOM CARVER Irwin Pennsylvania REGGIE DAVIS Irwin , Pennsylvania GAVIN DOUGI-ITY Tarkio, Missouri DON DUKES Dia gonal, Iowa SHA RON EMERICK Fairfax, Missouri JONE CRAIG Tarkio, Missouri LARRY CRAIG Tilden, Illinois SHERRILL DASI-INER Glenwood, Iowa TERRY BROOKS Tarkio, Missouri LEE BURG Rochester, Pennsylvania FRANK CONRAD Coolidge, Arizona SIDNEY COOPER Fa irfa x, Missouri JOHN COLLINS Marshall, Missouri .Km MPM 'TH ,fm MMWK' Z ,sswwssibl LEROY KENNEDY Council Bluffs, Iowa BETTY KIRK Washington, Pennsylvania LA RRY FARMER Beaver, Pennsylvania JACK MCKAY Mona ca , PAT FARRIER Columbus Junction, Iowa ANN FISK Orinda , California 'Dt -Q3 Pennsylva nia JEFF FULTON Sidney , Iowa STEVE GEORGE Washington, Iowa BOB GORDON Hawthorne, New Jersey PAUL HALE Stratford , Wisconsin BOB HANNEN Mona ca , Pennsylvania CAROL JEAN MILLER Fairfax. Missouri FRANCES HUS TON Winchester . Kans2S F X II LaG STE Roc TOM Roch Do Non l 1 I I 1 i i 1 f l 5 AL . riscvflsw JNEN , ,nSY1Vama N MILLER HJSTONS KW S-: ,Q BOB MITCHELL Des Moines, Iowa DAVE ROSS LaGrange, Illinois STEVE SCAMMAN Rock Port, Missouri TOM SC HEIDEMANTLE Rochester, Pennsylvania DORA SCHROEDTER North Bend, Nebraska JAMES REDPERN Ta rkio, Missouri DAVID REDPO RD Liberty, Missouri RICHARD REED Industry , Pennsylvania BET TY MA RTIN BOB MAYER Shenandoah, Iowa YVONNE NEAL Rook Port, Missouri 'DALE QUICK Council Bluffs, Iowa Rochester, Pennsylvania BILL MOORE Ainsworth, Iowa fs at ww WW JACK WILLIAMS Farragut, Iowa TOM WILSON Mound City, Missouri ALAN SNELL Summerfield, Kansas -4-ul-' 212' Him p--wwuiiri Y' GARY SPRAGUE Glenwood, Iowa CAROL STEFFEN Lisbon, Ohio LARRY WOODS Washington, Iowa BETTY TRUSSELL Stella, Nebraska SUE ANN VINZANT Westboro, Missouri JANET VOG LER Tarkio, Missouri " 1-uh I -Ar GARLAND WA LTER Lenox, Iowa CLELLAND WARD Buffalo, New York KEITH WATT Moline, Illinois CONNIE WILHITE Gibson, Iowa Cl lst DAILY GRIND - SEPT. It's Labor Day, especially for the T. C. football cam begins Beef, as P ' I 2nd-7th Sweat, dust, and sore muscles, Thats 8th 9th l Oth llth l2th l3th 14th l 5th l6th l 7th l8th l9th 20th 2l st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th 30th what makes football wonderful ...... Right. . . Guys?? . Naylor introduces Frisbee ln T Hal.l . Faculty seizes upon first opportunity to test Freshmen. . . Dandy fun . Fabulous skit presented at first "Y" meeting, by renowned dramatists. We endure the horrors of registration. Classes beg i n. . . "Y" lottery pa rty very successful. . . Footballers slough one another in attempt to gain first team berths. It became evident that the students prefer a church dinner to baked beans and pota- to salad. Freshmen showthemselves to be very inadept at singing "Happy Going Steady". Faculty officially welcomes students at an- nual reception. "Freshmen around the room . . . Frontwards. . . Now backwards. . .Now inside out and backwards. " Football practice under the lights. Fresh- man excursion under the stars. Migration to Dana to see Owls top vikings . . . 19 to 6. Forum Hayride literally a washout. Certain late evening pizza-eating in Mar- shall Hall. Fine crew of construction workers moves to the site of the diggin's. Following their la- bors they pray for rain .... Prayer answered. Construction workers miss classes. "Smokey" Wilson enthralls audience with tal es of daring in mountain wilderness. Volunteer workers come to the aid of Dave McMillan, and happily give of their time, as the Pit is done. Scrap Day participants clean up, as Owls clean up on Central. . .37-O. Kappa spaghetti dinner a success. Cry from Collins Hall, "Where's the Bi- carbonate of Soda?" After overindulgence in Kappa spaghetti. "Hick" and "Gut" are first "going steady" couple. Showers fthe wet k i nd, are part of some Marshall Hall birthday parties, 38 KANGAROO CCJURT Itis generally agreed that the chief purpose of the Kangaroo Courts is to give the Freshmen lots of trouble and embarrassment. The pictures on this page bear mute testimony to effectiveness of this t source of "harrassment. " 39 Q 'ak 2 ka ga r 5944 Q! ' ff, ,Hi f. ,Z J f f 4 2 f , 1 Y , Q ,f 71 f' xzvgi Vw ff 7 81 SCRAP DAY Dennis co-captain Larry co-captain "Nub" Guard Bill Back Allen Tackle SEASON THUMBNAIL SKETCH The Tarkio gridiron season would have appeared to be only so-so to most observ- ers. However the team and coaches felt that they had done a great deal toward building a "real tough" outfit for the next campaign. The Owls played one of their stittest schedules in years, and lacked only one win of finishing with an even .500 mark. The team started out in fine style by taking Dana to the cleaners to the tune of T9-6. The Owls were out to get this one because Dana had beaten the flu-ridden Owl team last year. Bob Patton engine- ered a touchdown on the opening series. as the Owls marched down the field on the ground and then scored on a pass to Bob fFrankl Dougherty. Tarkio next gained an impressive 37-0 victory over outmanned Central college. We were ranked near the top of the nation in rushing defense as a result otholding them to -57 yards rushing. Rob Center B111 Tackle John Back Paul Tackle George Back ' Don Back f Larry l lofi Tack .l,, , W.- mul. 4, Jon Tackle Jack Back Bob Back Dick Back Jack End Tarkio held high hopes of beginning a new series rivalry with Sterling by gain- ing a victory over the Warriors. Sterling, however, had other ideas, and the Owls went down to defeat l3-27. At home again the Tarks were beaten by a powerful William Jewell outfit. Ex- cept for two or three long breakaway runs early in the game, the Owls were able to hold the Cards in check. Tarkio's homecoming was made suc- cessful by a thrilling l9-l3 victory over Graceland College. Graceland made a late effort to pull the game out of the fire, but the Owls held on to win. Meanwhile the Owlmen had lost to rugged Carthage College, and an old arch- rival, Culver Stockton. As the season drew to a close, Tarkio ran into the pow- erful Missouri Valley grid machine. Al- though the Owls never stopped battling, they were crushed 46-O. Tarkio closed out the i958 campaign with a l3-0 shutout of St. Marys College of Kansas. Al l -conference recognition was gained by Allen Reynolds, Doug Grandstaff, and John Barr. Bill Tackle Gary End C1e11 End ,M "' .nf . f -,, X 7--' 1q,l?,a':,,-fha" bw'-,f' .,' fa , .ry A .. 1 lv QM 0 ,M vu In 5. 58511. M M FRONT ROW: Berry, Agnew, Warn, Alexander, McKee, Saunders, Leighton, Williams, Dashner, Allison, Snow, Ross, tenberger, Barr,Osborne, Kenneweg, Calvin, Dougherty, Patterson, Naylor, Patton, Creighton, Cozad, Boles, McVicker, Collins, Filkins, Sprague, Roof, Reynolds, Fisher, Carlson, Quick, Ewens, Grandstaff, Gaines. ' "Qs SECO 1. :CK ROW: X x 7 strategy Lets sponsored by CITIZENJ BANK DR C W MYERS H So,, next time... 44 Q0 Ross Moses. SECOND ROW: Lech- Vicker BACK ROW: Smith , Kerr, Lets go Picture Day Nice Stiffarm SEASON RECORD 'ARK 'ARK 'ARK 'ARK 'ARK 'ARK 'ARK 'ARK 'ARK 45 6 O 27 32 27 T3 T4 46 0 DANA CENTRAL STERLING WM. JEWELL CARTHAGE GRACELAND CULVER STCN MO VALLEY ST. MARYS DAILY.. GRIND - OCT. lst 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th Oth ' ith ' 2th ' 3th 7 4th f 5th l6th I 7th 18th l 9th 20th 2l st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th 30th 3lst Forum Open House a smashing suc- cess. . . Cider anyone?? Kappa presents outstanding chapel. Queen Linda elected . . . Lambda Open House. . Theme - "Beauty". Rats!! Sterling won 27-13. Clell Ward: "Where's my bed?" Broken glass from bottle throwing con- test surrounds Collins Hall .... Fresh- men won . . . Randy Berry decides to get his exer- cise at night, sleep walking. Mary Hall elected Maid of Honor. Eloquent orators featured at pep ral- ly. . .Dougherty, Patton, Moses. Kappa Open House a great success. Owls bow to Jewell. "Wait'll next year". .is the cry. Beautiful day for hiking or a picnic . . . .Oh Well.. .Let's sack!! Sally Bowen leads in the "mice caught" tally. Others moving up. Bring your flyswatter to study in the library. . . Buzzzz. .etc . Dr. Martin snows Greek class wi th o n e of h i s "never-to-be-forgotten" examinations. Psst. . . Doug G. had date with Sharon M. today. Special cheerleaders should have saved energy for the game. We lost. Mis-fired arrow from cupid's bow strikesT.C . 's most eligible bachelor, Albie Ervolina. F.B. boys growing beards tillwin. Cupid retrieves arrow, as budding ro- mance goes on the rocks. Westminster C h o i r sings fabulously. Miss Cheney gives excellent program at "Y" . . H .C. decor. begins . Critics acclaim Rudy's c h apel talk. Dark circles begin to show. .Pass the "no-doze" please. . . "We've got to get that thing done." Fabulous T.C . Homecoming . . . i9-l3 victory.. . Nuff Said. . . . Exhausted. .Sack. .z-z-z-z-z No School.. .Still sacked. .. Drat! l Horrid professors beckon. Kappa pledges exhibitskating ability. Faculty outlook on education bright- ens. Longer vacation granted. . Owls lose but manage to silence the Culver Stockton victory bell. 46 lltlfliln ulthoi years its pe En- in Clw- low, CROSS CCUNTRY Keith Watt, Jack Wineman, Hugh Clark, and Ed Hughes Tarkio's c ro s s country te a m , although not as active as in some years must be congratulated for its performances. Ed Hughes was undefeated in dual meets, and is shown be- low, winning against Jewell. Shake hands and come out running. Ed and Jack are looth seniors this year, so some very capable run ners will have to be found next year, it they are to e e placed Some Relaxation 47 ,, -H A :. -,-.-.-,-.....-,.-,,,-1--,--,,,,,,,i-.,,..,-,?.-Y-,,.T,:-,V-.,-G:-Y-1..- -.V - . , - VY. 1. ,- . , . .. , ., .,...,.,,- ,,-.- -.,, ,,-..,.. ...,.,.---.-- rm .-- ,-, - ,K.,.--, ,.- -.- , . . , '.-If.-X.--Ag, -1.'.'-,.g1-.1--gv, -'f,,-, .,.'1--',.-f- --1--,-f-,,.. gr-r.-,-5. ., ...- . - y -.1 ,- A -, -v . f'::. . - -. ,-- ' 1 .- ,.-..-L:-1-, --W. - -4.-if ,-15. -'...'--. ----: : , ' , -. --:.- --' ', A-. r 3 ,- -. ,..-, , . , .V ,- , , X- ,- .. . . . ' 1 f , MAID 0F HONOR MARY HALL .1 ' MARY ELLEN RAYMA CLASS ATTENDANTS CAR O L SHARON HOMECOMING EVENIN G DUTCH Sl JOYCE of the dance QUEEN LINDA IS CROWNED Foru OG I "STH Forum produced an outstanding Float with its theme taken from ll Streetcar Named Desire. " Thompson Hall won the dormi- tory decorations and the ac- companying trophy with its "Dog-Patch" theme. Many thanks go to Jack Wine- man and Deanna Wolfgram for a large share in staging one of the finest Homecomings ever, at Tarkio College. " Scotty" Judge Naylor DAILY GRIND - NOV. lst 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th lOth llth l2th l3th I-4th l5th l6th l7th l8th 2lst Weekend warriors leave f0l' l10me- Forum Party -- "Football U.S.A. " Religious Emphasis begins with a service at the U.P. Church. M rna England "fiddles as Chem Lab burns. " Shye displays her tale nts as an arsonist to Prof. Lyon. Dr. Scott has become very much in demand for interviews. Students are particularly impressed with his blessings. . . "Amen.' Literary societies display their interest in religion by attending the evening service in mass. Students are challenged to total committ- ment by message of final evening service. Despite Dr. Scott's wishing the boys more power, Mo. Valley rolls over the Owls 46-0. Lechtenberger zigged when he should have zagged. Thompson Hall residents hold party in honor of each other. Sh-h-h-h-,h,, SHUT UP!!! Marshall Hall quiet hours. Owl gridders practice their touch football after running into the Valley steam roller, Coaches decide tackle is to rough. Lambda pledges provide entertainment in the dining hall. They are tremendous. Kent Wever's eloquence seems to sway the jury in "Y" trial. Rather uneventful day. Gridiron season ends on a successful note. Owls defeat St. Marys T3-O . We really racked their squad up. All I9 of them. Lambda girls make pizza . . . Fellows chow down . . . Again the cry for bicarbonate ofsoda the next morn. Sack Day. . . Nice. . . The old vacation itch is beginning to become evident in the actions of the students. . - 20th This itch plays havoc with all efforts to do anything constructive during the week. The itch is relievedat precisely 3:45 Friday afternoon. . 'See you in December, Kids. . . 52 Fellows like this live in.C. H-all. Rodeo or what? Alas, Frank. I ke this live I. I Ii +7 I IQ, r BACK ROW: Ferguson, Nauman, Ewens, Fisher, Grandstaff, Herzberg, Collins. SECOND ROW: Mr Gilbert, Hughes, Jochim, Bussard, Else, Leighton, Saunders, Cozad. .FRONT ROW: Osborne, Fergu- son,'Lechtenberger, McVicker, Barr, Creighton, Patterson. T CLUB STANDING: Naylor, Patton, Dougherty, Ward, Boles, Dashner, McKee. SEATED: Mr. Lade, Quick, Snow, Filkins, Sprague, Allison. FOOTBALL LETTERMEN FALL OF I958 Sponsored by BROWN FEEDS 8g SEEDS HOOPER INS. AGENCY WRIGHT MOTORS INC. T rc STANDING: Mr. Summers, Bob LaMay, Carol Steffen, Chuck White, Judy Wait, Wendell Filkins, Bill Moore. SEATED: Marian Bennett, Betty Martin, Ruth Bunn, Jody Dashner, Pat Tobin. RUTH BUNN Editor Sponsored by THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK CHUCK WHITE Business Manager The Tcurkicmcl STANDING: Dar1Perguson, Carol Steffen, Bob Patterson, Rob Collins, John Calvin. SEATED: Dori Brown, Dave McMillan, Linda Steffen. DARL FERGUSON, Business Manager ROB COLLINS DAVE MCMILLAN Editor 55 Assistant Editor Z i Carol Jean Donna Dodi Sharon From "Rip Bang" to "Yea Rube" our cheerleaders have always shown much more than their share of Pep and enthusiasm. Whether it was at the game, or pep rally, or student assembly they have led, though not always been followed, in the real Tarkio Spirit. They've been great, and we owe them many thanks. The uniforms may vary, but the spirit is always There. RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK The college observed its annual Religious Emphasis week from Novem- ber 2nd to 7th. The preacher for the week was Dr. Harold Scott, newly elected Professor of Homoletics as Pittsburgh-Xenia Seminary in Pitts- burgh, Pa. Dr. Scott proved to be an under- standing counsellor, a most pleasant and relaxed individual, and a very eloquent preacher. THE COUNSELLOR THE MUSICIAN THE PREACHER In if WR ,w 5 W AK.. if x ,, 4 ZA N! NHQQDXTW, wx K X MQX Xi x , , , , 2 of-DLW x sz X' ' V-X, ,Nm Mg - -:Ly::"' X , , jf' X X X ,, ' 'N Vi, , ,, vxwz K X X X X X k M x W. X5 - f .WXWVWM X H ' f Wlnf r Witch ? '? Dating ? ? DAILY GRIND - DEC. lst 2nd 3rd 4th 5th oth 7th 8th 9th l Oth llth l2th l3tl1 l4th l-5th l6th l7th l8th l9th Heh,heh, Negative hours are gained by snowbound Easterners. Rugged Peru wins first cage battle from out- sized Owls. T.C. lovers get the dopy at the local "Y" meeting. fBy dope, we mean information or advice .D Flu hits less hardy of our number. T.C. premiere of "Bell, Book, and Candle . " Last minute heroics bring victory over Dana. More of "Bell, Book, and Candle." All acclaim this tale of wi tc hc raft. Kosits finally scores. . . Choir spends the afternoon at the church in preparation for the a nnual Christmas vespers. Psssssst. . . Doug G. had a date with Sharon M. tonight. Real rarity occurred tonight. The Owls defeated Concordia by l7 pts. This is in- deed a significant event. We seem to have avoided a repetition of last year's flu epidemic. For the time be- ing anyway. Bomb scare in Collins Hall ...... Relax Fellows ..... lt was only firecrackers. Peru's towering Bob Cats are again victor- ious over the Owls. Mark this date on your calendars, kids you may need an alibi . . . Kappa holds traditional Sock Hop in Mar- shall Hall lounge. Several fellows could not attend, because all their socks needed darning. Choir presents carolsfrom all nations in an inspiring Christmas Vesper program. Pat Pearson climaxes many, many hours of practice with the presentation of her senior organ recital . Final preparations are made for Tarkio's Christmas Dance. Joyce Kinsey reigns over Tarkio's Christ- mas festivities. "Silver Bells" Everyone is pleased with Preston Love and his orch- estra. Owls disappointing in loss to Mo. Valley. "Oh ioy, , Another vacation . . And TWQ WEEKS, at that. Merry Xmas. . " More "Bell, Book, 85 Candle" Queen's Dance at the Christmas Ball I I I I I I I I I I 1 Larry Craig, Verl Flack, Ted Sparr, Presidentg Henry Stewart, Keith Watt. I I I I AG CLUB Although comparatively new on campus, ancl small in numbersp The Ag Club is known as one ofthe wealthiest 5 C O O I organizations at Tarkno. rrsr I o 0 0 Q 0 o 4 imqijf M ""r ' Among Its social activities during the year IS the square dance which the AQ Club sponsors for the entire school. I Square dancer caller and his Tarkio Boosters: Wife- TARKIO AUTOMOBILE CO. SIMON GIFT SHOP WALNUT HOTEL THOMPSONS MEN'S WEAR L STANDING: Vince Else, Dave Blythe, Dale Spencer, Ken Russell, Bill Todd, Garland Walter. SEATED: I I I I I I I Charles Ryan, Mary Hall, Vince Else, Pat Higgins, Dave McMillan, David Beale, Charles Clark. ALPHA PSI OMEGA Alpha Psi is the national honorary dramatics fraternity. Prospective members earn points toward membership by par- ticipating in and helping to stage college theatre productions. OFFICERS President. . . .Pat Higgins Vice President . . . Charles Ryan Secretary-Treasurer . . Charles Clark Sponsored by: FLESHER PHARMACY TARKIO AVALANCHE KEELINGS DRY GOODS 62 T "BELL, BCCK. AND CANDLE" Sponsored by TARKIO LUMBER CO CAST Gillian Holroyd . . Diana Newby Nicky Holroyd . . . Charles Ryan Aunt Queenie . . . Pat Higgins Shep Henderson .... Rudy Kosifs Sid Redlitch ...... Larry Woods L Directed by: Lois Cbeney The Cast and Crew 63 Her Highness approves. Program: " Drumski CHRISTMAS DANCE is complete No Dance --- --- without couples. s ss 1 -if s 65 , square dancm 'ln the Jail House" "Ahh, , The sack at last. . " DAILY GRIND - JAN. lst Happy New Year. . T.C. students are still enjoying the luxuries ofa two week vacation. 2nd 8. 3rd Owls are playing in the Four State Tournamentat Falls City. They win one and lose one. 5th "Hi Kids and Dums" Everyone is showing off all the new clothes that Santa brought. 6th Everybody's back to old clothes again. We lost to Graceland. 7th "Y" s ka t i n g pa rt y draws good crowd. Naylor learns to skate. You say two sweat- ers were spirited away? 8th Rumor has it that Tom Gipe's tape recorder has been tampered with. 9th "Gif yur duds on, Ma. We're a goin to th' Square Dance T'nite." T lOth Owls stay close, but Westminster wins it. llth New theme song adopted by certain for- mer Collins Hall residents. "l'm in the Jail House Now." 12th Tarkiana Academy Award Nomination: A "Cheaper by the Six Pack" Best Producer Alvin Qsk Best Director -IQ1 Kinsey Best Dramatic Performance EQ: Best Supporting Role Ewens l3th Spirited action witnessed at the intramural basketball games. l4th Forum finally manages to hold a meeting after several postponements and cancela- tions. l5th Tarkiana staff holds meeting. Very little accomplished, however. l6th Dave and Dottie Carlson receive visitors. lold buddies from T Hall, l7th Good second half cannot overcome WCM: shooting in first half, so Tarkio loses to Culver Stockton. l8th Part of the week long supply of midnight oil is used in preparation for first semester exams. l9th Somewhat concerned after failing first test, stujent vows to spend the next evening in stu y. 20th Once again failing, student resolves to study all night Tuesday. 2lst Another failure results in resignation to fate. The next evening is spent at pinochle. 22nd The last test proves to be a mere formality. Student goes home to sleep it off. "Now next semester. . . " 66 "Sorry, fellows, No more room." Intramural action 5 fellows, room." actifll X f 4 f riii A S A STANDING: John Collins, Doug Grandstaff, Lowell Ripperdan, Bob Patton, Clellend Ward, Dennis Roof, Rob Collins. SEATED: John Calvin, Judy Wait, Ruth Bunn, Mr. Rusk, Ron Kinsey, Jody Dashner. STUDENT COUNCIL The Tarkio College Student Council has as its obiective a closer harmony of opinions between the administration and the students. Under the very able leader- ship of Ron Kinsey much was done to accomplish this objective. Plans were laid and progress was made toward establishing a student iudicial system. OFFICERS OF THE STUDENT BODY President . . Ron Kinsey Vice President . . . Rob Collins Secretary-Treasurer . . Jody Dashner Sponsored by FARMERS AND VALLEY BANK FLOWER BOWL 67 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAM JIM Df FRANF TERRO KNIG PLAY Intramural competition was keen this year, and generally a good brand of Ioall was played. Much credit must go to Mr. Lade, who is in charge ot the Intramural program Perhaps appropriately, this year, the Champs turned out to be the champs The other teams finishedin the order in which they are pictured. CHAMPS JIM DANDIES FRA N KS SAVAG ES TERRORS KN IG HTS PLAY BOYS PRO RAIDERS EL CAPRI'S Er f eww f 41 If 2 41114 v ' f ' A .Z V ,:: ' 1 ' I 3 Q . 4 ' s.:g,x-,, ,, N A7 , it .:,14Z:Y" " ""Q""V' z I W6 A , 1 Ig' ?,'z:.,,,,'-1'::,2:1? u .,3., ag' ' f - c - ' 3245? ' : Ag -Ig-L ,if ' ,I 4 -, -:v:-s.:4-jf ,-fwr . I 1 -E3 ' " f , , i Q 'X N is - - ,ifigyrs J :Vi Qvvigsi ,xkk . - E..a .1i144X.'K.fL,1s V M f 1 69 I If WM? FIRST ROW: Ken Bergner, Dodie Schroedter, Iudy Wait, Betty Kirk, Janet Vogler, Earline Gibson, Pat Pearson, lone Craig, Iody Dashner. SECOND ROW: Betty Courtney, Sally Bowen, Jeanne Fullerton, .Alma Permar, Pat Higgins, Joyce Kinsey, Betty Trussell, Ken Moreau, Bob Patton, Chuck White, Dr. Martin. THIRD ROW: Dell Smith, Bill Kenneweg, Bill Hynds, Ruby Kosits, Bob Patterson, Adel Throckmorton, Ron Kinsey, Bill Moore, Alan Snell, Bob LaMay, Jack Wineman. GOSPEL bmw? The Gospel Team seeks to carry the m e ssa ge of Christ through student participation in church services throughout the Tarkio area TEAM OFFICERS MANAGER Pat Pearson SECRETARY Alma Perrnar TREASURER Bill Hynds Enter SADIE HAWKIN'S Enter the Bride DANCE r it vm-.N ., "w..-!f,4- TH' WEDDIN' The Minister LIL ABNER 8: DAISY MAE Enter the Groom Weddin' Guests T' XX fn! R xii? WH, , K E W 'W Q s Q. ,H ,bs ss. .Si Q fs X Xl 5 x V' As If . .. 1 X Q, 7, ZW , , Y 7 X if' 2 l Q , NJ N 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21 st 22nd 23rd 24111 25th 27th 28th DAILY GRIND - FEB Wintr blasts are up0n US- Oet din your Parkas and mukluks, peo- ple. . . lt's cold out. . . Jewell again snows Owls Undef- BUZZZ, , , Nlwmbler I I BUZZ! I I The Chapel din grows louder. . . You haven't learned your play lines? MISS Cheney will be unhappy. ' Rather boring evening for a Friday. Owls meet with defeat at Westminster - 94-78. Boys leave for the Mardi Gras. . . We'll iust refer to this little trip as a practical sociological experiment, OK Fellows'?? Mo. Valley comes from behind to defeat Tarkio 78-71 - Welcome to Yu Chung Chi societ re resentatives square off Inter y p . at contest rules meeting. . "Down with Forum. " Psst. . . Doug G . had adate with Sharon M. tonight. Kappa presents impressive c ha pel pro- gram. T. C. upsets Drury here. Valentines day and Sadie Hawkins Day at T. C. Ross Frahm and Jean Churchill reign as Lil Abner 8. Daisy Mae. Dutch and Hig get married again. Big "Mighty Hunters" Banquet at T Hall. All residents chow down. Thompson Hall men too full to get up. Student Council investigates the Torch Staff. . . No subversive activity noted by investigators. Lambda cuts "The father of our country" in Chapel skit. Central avenges earlier defeat at the hands of Tarkio 81-59. Culver Stockton sews up conference title by beating Owls 68-51 . Another Kappa Spaghetti supper. . . Cry this time is not for "Tums" but Fire ex- tinguishers instead. Happy Birthday George! l l l People begin feverishly to prepare for the Variety Show. . . Student Recital given by the "Slocumi- tes." , EVe"Y0Ir1e has finally recovered from Kappa s spaghetti. . gwls end B. B. season with victory over raceland. A 74-71 thriller. TY" VGl'ie.ty Show "Manhattan Memories IS a smashing success. . . X , pre I .7 fs-'F FRONT ROW: Terry Brooks, Mickey Williams, Gavin Doughty, Joyce Kinsey, Dick Busekrus, Ruth Bunn, Phyllis Buhr. BACK ROW: Carol Diffey, John Wilcox, Bob Hannen, Lowell Ripperdan, Ross Frahm, Ione Craig, Ken Bergner, Bill Todd, Joe Boswell, Max Smith, Ken Moreau. BAND Under the direction of Mr. Lee Sch- neider much progress was made this year T toward the establishment of a concert and marching band. With his capable leader- ship everyone looks forward to having an outstanding instrumental organization at Tarkio. R Mr. Scott performs with the Band during the William Jewell ga me. TARKIO BOOSTERS: Cunningham St McMaster lns Curfman 8. Son Hardware L St M Maytag Furniture 73 Western Auto f-"'M Gabe Shiueman Arnold, Davrs, Bangor, Shrneman, Games, Sprague, Prrnceg 60111115 Gary Sprague Tony Gaines v Marv Iochim ' 74 Gler le'PfmC9: Collins, Naulman, Filkins, Murray, I-Ierzberg, Jochim. X f Jerry Nauman Glenn Arnold hm Bangor These pages sponsored by: ATCHISON COUNTY LUMBER CO arkio arkio arkio arkio arkio arkio arkio arkio arkio arkio E 1 l SEASON RECORD 80 Peru arkio 67 Dana 'arkio 64 Concordia arkio 86 Peru 'arkio 74 Mo. Valley 'arkio 78 Baker 'arkio 54 Graceland 'arkio 64 Graceland 'arkio 80 Westminster 'arkio 86 Culver Stockton 'farkio Won 6 Lost 14 ll A t l l 9 il a 'S P Wm. Jewell Drury Central Wm. Jewell I Westminster Mo. Valley Drury Central Culver Stockton Graceland tr FXS gy SPX THE SQUAD AND COACHES The Owl cagers showed some improvement over last year despite the height handicap which they had to concede to almost every team they faced. Two conference victories were enough to keep them ahead of Central in the MCAU standings. Vince at work Strategy session VARIETY SHOW 1 78 QW 7. yfwf' V 1? if wgff 7' le., f f Z f ' x f 'W f ' , ' f ,., 'fix X Sprung ....,., ,.V.,. .,, ... M- 1-.-A ,- "We must not look to unnatural causes." Picturesque How to avoid those horrid Germans. dj-.M..f DAI lst 2nd 3rcl 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th lOth llth l2th l3th l4th l5th l6th l7th l8th l9th 20th 2lst 24th 26th LY GRIND - MARCH Most of Sunday is spent questioning John Collins about his date on the previous night. Rates, another lousy Monday morning. Track men are beginning their workouts in earnest. A Dress rehearsal for "The Crucible." Wonderful spring weather causes the col- lege tennis players to blossom forth. Multitudes swarm to Forum's Box Social. . . Oh well, lt was a good idea wasn't it? "The Crucible" arouses m u c h comment from those who attended it. Some say it was the outstanding drama presented here in years. Even the Avalanche gave a fa- vorablecriticism. QSome what of a rarityl Twirp week begins in earnest. "Hig" and Patty P. couldn't decide which fellow to take out, so they each took three apiece. Certain "students" forsake classes to at- tend the Tournament in K. C. YM 8. YW auction a great SucceSS. Twirping continues. . . Miss Cheney gives splendid chapel talk. S. "Mood lndigo" is the theme of the birth- day banquet and dance. A fitting climax to Twirp week. Fel lows again do the asking land the payingj at Lambda's Pizza Supper8t Dance. . Nothing like changing weather to make life interesting . Mostof the students would prefer a little of the warmers va- riety. Flag football has ta k en the intramural spotlight. Song and dance featured at the second of the artist course series. Literary Societies fin al ly get together on a meeting night. High school students begin to congregate at T. C. for the music festival So many people here we can 't hold classes today, "too bad for us." We spend the next three days recovering from the high school invasion. Choir leaves for Washington and points east. . - 3lst Oh Joy, another vacation. 80 WVQZ CKZQ 'S My 4 4' ' -WWW f .i sf- , ss- sv mf Sf. r Z , , fc . .7 . "Go to him, woman, Plead with him." Zafas. , ss-NSLWW7 Z 74 f ' . --NV V . J f f r. fs ti . - ,f 3 Q f U , f W7 ff f yay i WWW! 7 syqfw Vwigwakf if f awww ,900 X fqwf lwgjffwy 1 fZ9ZNM l W yw yew' ff lg f . j no , gygjzsfff I 2 , U44 ,NW 4 jagfff fff Z X views!! f 01 ff fx jafaf mfr 0 0 wffff fakf Z fl A '25 s'sf-SSN V J f , . c sw -fvwrss -A gigs , il f' 1 S T I '22, f, I 5 . C QSW me f Ay. ,Www l 5- , 'f ' ff ,Nu X s, ' f fwa N sf N2 f W S fr , . ,, , Q . s X f. 7 f fxgswjwawtss I ,work f I I Q fssisyia wgfssw, J ' CWA ' - Sf 4 W -X m Q 4 NW ' J ww-' s What has this to do with Physics? Industrious Annual staff at work. Oman, 1. " J 4 V f Y ' x I 7 if toC10 ual JFK' i "THE CRUCIBLE" 81 7..,1.. Ron Kinsey Dennis Roof Jack Wineman Linda Steffen Joyce Kinsey PGI Pearson WHO'S WHO Six seniors were nominated for this year's editon of WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN I ted on the basis of scholarship. COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. They have been se ec citizenship, and leadership in college activities. Those elected for I959 are: .Ioyce Kinsey - Ron Kinsey - Pat Pearson Sponsored by DAKAN CLOTHING PANTORIUM CLEANERS COOPER PLUMBING Sl HEATING Dennis Roof 82 Linda Steffen Jack Wineman Murcl Gola Per' Song OcTober 20 T WesTminsTer l Choir T March i7 Gala Performance Song 8g Dance ARTIST couRsE Tarkio College ArTisT courses are presenTeci annually for The enioymenT of The STU denTs , FaculTy, and CiTizens of Tarkio. Two of This series of programs are picTured on This page. 5 i 34.06 rg isis. lg 91" Ta. frolafi r 0 " is af' ' THE MAN During your fouryeors ot'Tc1rkio you, JACK WINEMAN, hovemocle outstanding contributions to the life of the college. These contributions have been recognized by your fellow students in this tribute to you. Congrotulcitions. MAN OF THE YEAR 84 THE WCMAN Because of your devotion to the activities and interests of Tarkio College, your leadership and responsibility in our organizations, your beauty, poise, and charm, in-short, because of YOU and your con- tributions to campus life, you, LINDA STEFFEN, have been chosen WOMAN CF THE YEAR. 85 V fV KY" If ,W W rv 'W 4 v in 'Hgh w' C R sponsored by: HY KLAS FOOD STORE R TARKIO TRUCK EL TRACTOR CO. 87 17' X s, is.. Gi 1 ' A T I vp. FRONT ROW Jody Dashner leanne Fullerton, Deanna Wolfgram Mary EllenBr1ckley Rayma Brown SEC ROW Sim Holmes Dell Smith, Dennis Roof, Charles Clark Mr Summers GAMMA UPSILON GAMMA UPSILON is 'rhe honorary lournal lsilc fraternity on 'rhe Tarklo Campus Members are admitted annually on the basis of s erv I c e on The Tarklana and Torch Deanna Wolfgram Mary Ellen Brickley . . Sim Holmes . Prof. Summers Afternoon singing at con vention here. COND 'US . rch COMIN'..-i SOCN. . THE "SUMMER SUPPLEMENT l The Tarkiana staff is pleased to present this edition of the Tarkiana . Some changes have been made, and perhaps some other changes should have been made . All the spring activities will be included in a supplement which will to ou this summer If you didn't find yourself be mailed y . looking into the lens of this camera, then you probably aren't pictured herein. . . Too bad for you. . . 89 1 IT HAPPENED IN LATE 1 V , WW, MW ,G f wm"?f-ff, WW , WZ. X4 fffvffm , 527 ,, 5 2 E 4 XX ' Q.. f 'UAW 1, Wm ,L ,, f 1, Y 23' 76 is 2 X gf 'Wffm mwww 'Wu ate 'Www WW f fv 4 MZ 0 fn :' f W 1 A. aww XX Wavgr Lx, , 1 i J an ff 'WM 'bv 431. vi' , 24233 ,i.i...T?, FRONT ROW: Verl Flack, Steve Spurlock, Mickey Williams, Joe Boswell, and Iohu Wilcox. BACK ROW Ted Sparr, Pete Alliug, Dan Kelly, Adel Throckmortou, Dale Hirz, and Joe Murphy. ALPHA LAMBDA LITERARY SOCIETY ls'r Semesier OFF-ICERS 2nd Semesier Sieve Spurlock. . .Presidenf . . . . . Mickey Williams . . Vice President . . . Dcm Kelly Pete Alling . . . Secretory . . . .Dole Hirz Don Kelly . . . Treasurer ..... Pere Alling SPONSOV - . Mr. Herbert McCoy 91 HH IIE FRONT ROW: Lowell Ripperdan, Bob Patton, Chuck White, George Creighton, Mr. Martin, Jack Wineman Bob Patterson, lack Martin, Dick Buehrig, Bill Todd. BACK ROW: Bob LaMay, Dell Smith, Jerome Nauman Dave McMillan, Dennis Roof, Ross Frahm, Rob Collins, Rudy Kosits, and Dutch Kinsey. FORUM LITERARY SOCIETY lst Semester OFFICERS 2nd Semester Bob LaMay . . . . President . . . .lack Wineman .lack Wineman . . Vice President . . Ross Frahm Rob Collins . . Secretary . . Jerry Nauman Chuck White. . . Treasurer . . Dick Buehrig John Calvin . . . Sgt. at Arms .... John Collins Bob Patton . . . . . Critic. - ..... Bob Patton Inter-society Rep. . . . B. . Lowell Ripperdan Sponsor . . . R. K. Martin PLEDGES FRONT ROW: Bob Hannen, Don Dukes, Bill Moore, Gavin Doughty, Ken Bergner, and Alan Snell. BACK ROW: Bob Anderson, Bob Bevan, Kieth Watt, Bill Ewens. Iohn Collins, Tom Carver, and Clelland Ward. mvmww+. .a...... , an Donna Wolfe and Betty Mart in . SECOND ROW: Deanna FRONT ROW: Carol Steffen, Janice Naum , . Wolfgram, Pat Pearson, Joyce Kinsey, Mrs. Patterson, Linda Steffen, Sharon Mount, and Judy Wait. THIRD ROW: Jone Craig, Dori Brown, Marian Bennett, Dorothy I-lauschildt, Myrna England, Phyllis Buhr, Jean ' 'ff S ll Bowen, Betty Trussell, Churchill, and Pat Farrier. BACK ROW:Frances Huston, Pat Tobin, Carol Di ey, a y KAPPA LITERARY SOCIETY Ist Semester OFFICERS 2nd Semester Linda Steffen . . President Lindq Sfeffen Judy Wait . Vice President . , Pqf Pearson Joyce Kinsey . . .Secretary. ,Joyce Kinsey Deanna Wolfgram . . Treasurer . . Deanna Wolfgram Pat Pearson . . Critic , Marshall . . . Sharon Mount 93 WA f. THIRD GATHERED TO HEAR PAT HIGGINS READ ARE Betty Courtney, Alma Permar, Kathy Lowe Mary Hall 1r ean Miss Cheney Ruth Bunn Iudy Anderson Earhne Gibson Iody Dashner, Kathy Colhns Dodte Schroedter LAMBDA SIGMA TAU Joyce Miller Jody Doshner Kathy Collins Eorline Gibson . Pot Higgins mfr' 111 wwf v. wg w ,:.- Zn' xg 4 I Q I A , I SENIOR RECIT AL On May 12 the Senior pictured at the right appeared in the annual senior Music Recital. This was their final recital from the studios of Mr. Doughty and Mrs. Slocum. All who attended were thrilled by their performances. They were:Ron Kinsey, Ioyce Kinsey, Dick Busekrus, Pat Pearson, Ross Frahm, Ioyce Miller and Lowell Rip- perdan QNot Picturedj. PATRICIA PEARSON DAVID BE-ALE O D b . what .ln ilefcfllsiiflff ilsliwf S feamid 'n he' Sem' OW' Rem" PM P'Gl"'Y stowed program. 9 years 0 SIUdY Und Preparation, as she presented a splendid Outstanding qmon 9 th . , 9 many events of the sprung at Tarklo was David Beale's interpre- 'l'G'l'lOl'1 of J In P ' k' ll O n UIUC S Play THE HASTY HEART". David was masterful in changing char- acters fin character, as he ' . presented th ' . , , on April 23, is enhre three act PlGy. This speech recital was given 95 f showed Splendid nfefpren '19 Char' oS9 ivefl l 1 FRONT ROW: Freeburg, Herzberg, Cozad, Lechtenberger, Bussard, Hughes, Scamman, McVicker, and H Ferguson. BACK ROW: Mr. Gilbert, R. Collins, Gordon, Nauman, Fisher, I. Collins, D. Ferguson, Elam Reynolds, Carlson, and Russell. Tarkio's track fortunes were much the some as the few years iust previous to l959. Mr. Gilbert fielded another strong team, but once again not quite strong enough to cop the MCAU title. Missouri Valley placed first in the conference meet, Tarkio was a strong second, Westminster was third, William Jewell fourth, and Central fifth. Tarkio scored dual victories over William Jewell, Maryville, and Omaha U. while losing two meets to Peru. The Owl thinclads managed a re- spectablethird place finish at the Graceland relays. Particularly outstanding per- formances were turned in this spring by Allen Reynolds who established a new re- cord in the discus, by George McVicker who grabbeda first place in the tough Doane Relays in the High Hurdlesp by Senior, Ed Hughes who was undefeated in the two mileeventthisspring, and by Hugh Ferguson who tied for 5th at the National NAIA meet this year, and who scaled as high as 13' l" in the Pole Vault. Elected tri-captains for the season were Seniors Ed Hughes, Larry Cozad, and Jerome Nauman. OWL BOOSTERS: Redfern Body Shop Hall Produce Davis Furniture - M V , gf 'V ,,,ff " ,f,aM f g . ,A , . ,M 4 - 5- ,.. I ,A 4 1 Y 41, '- ,W MM..- gf ,A V' ,W , Q.. W H -R V ff f W my My E WQ1- ., , ' W , , MMI 945: fflwffh A " 5,1 X. .413 ,U-.cF"Mv:wn W .,, M Q. , A f WEIGHT MEN DISTANCE MEN HURDLERS SPRINTERS 97 TARKIO TRACKERS IN ACTION Z0 Q rl' Y I , If I 1 , , ,fy 1 , If , f ' 1 . af-fy Q ,' 'f ' 'df 'fi L. pf f, . K 9 A . A , ' , ab' -v in ,fl - ' 1 " ' ,f . A f'- ' T' Q , 3 - X5 1. X , I1. w I 1 ' It I ' .I "' I' , I v ' ' ,g Ia, .. ,-I I Q W I -, nil . 4 i 1 I I I' I' .1 5 I 7, ,G . . V C 4 1 , f . , ... . I - 1-1 I ff f I -,'?Qa9, I I! ,f Q r . ,gf H , Q Q LM, If wav . I . ,, '2,:Zw.m I fm - , . I I 4' Y Q if, " K r. 1 1 - f ,f f N, ww . , ' ,,,,,NyM 7 V' I .A t , W I I ,wllfjfa 4' . I 4 I ' ' 'A . g..v"f'v' .-.-Q.- . - X ,I ' 4 J f.,,'JfQ'f,. fr-ff' -' .fzf W. ,. ' , " ,nge-. A,-'P,5,. 4- V4.3 2 I M? . - ri 98 I . ,,,j ,- If 777, gf I A 4 4- . .,, -17 I -i 'I -...4. 4.1, Q' QQ V ,, J, 'f j" vi., Wa., , "" f'. '4-,fu A 'V' ' .AMN .' ,M .fl Llk wv lz I. ,, , Md , , 97,2-I-I ,, u 4 0- . A1 uf-, f ' f FRONT ROW: Carol Diffey, Carma Hershey, Presiclentg Peggy Myers, Dodie Schroedter, Katy King, Ann Rees, and Joyce Miller. BACK ROW:Connie Wilhite, Linda Steffen, Dori Brown, Jean Churchill, Pat Farrier, Win Anderson, Phyllis Buhr, Carol Steffen, Frances Huston, and Kathy Lowe. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Three senior girls were awarded Tarkio Blankets this spring as a result of four years parti- cipation in W.A.A. They were: Carma Hershey, Joyce Miller, and Linda Steffen. -L s WOULD BE WILLIAM TELL'S ?? One of many phases in the WAA pro- gram is archery. The girls have found that spectators are generally safe if they stand right in front of the target. SKULLS 0F SEVEN ng, Ann 1 Farrier, V5 Pam- Skulls of Seven is a Iocal honor group composed of students who have been outstanding in particular fields of endeavor. The fol- lowing were selected for outstanding contributions: MUSIC ............ Lowell Ripperdan CONTRIBUTION TO THE COLLEGE ..... Ron Kinsey SCHOLARSHIP ........ . Joyce Kinsey P ,P SCHOLARSHIP . . . Carma Hershey 17' DRAMATICS, , . . David Beale Apro, ATHLETICS , . Edward Hughes Vjfndfhof ATHLETICS . . Allen Reynolds o cl hey stan SPONSORED BY: Super Chevrolet Tri City Bowl 100 Modern Beauty Shop . . lsT 3rd 8Th iOTh iiTh i8Th 23rd 24Th 25Th 28Th 2nd 7Th 9Th iOTh iiTh l2Th l6Th i8Th DAILY GRIND APRIL . School reconvenes,, much To The dlsmay of many of us. . Echoing Through The chapel is The guaver- ing quiry of The quivering quallTaTlv.e an- alysis insTrucTor, "Can you hear me In The rear?" lnTormaTive lecTures are presenTed by Dr. Shaw of Texas UniversiTy. Rousing hymns are sung in a hearTy and ro- busT manner aT The college chapel services. Why, you'd hardly know The choir was sTlll on Tour. . Such enThusiasm!! Choir reTurns To bolsTer even TurTh er The mighTy chorus aT chapel. ExhausTed choir members fall inToa Two week coma immediaTely following Their reTurn To The campus. "Oh, buT we did have a fabu- lous Time! " Owl Trackmen open season wiTh an easy vic- Tory over William Jewell. Maybe someday we'll beaT Them in TooTball and baskeTball Too. "Y" Carnival ToniTe. Speech reciTal presenTed by Dave Beale in a masTerful fashion . WeeklyTrack seminarlecTures are being pre- senTed in sTudenT chapel under The direcTion of Dr. Else. "Now you'll noTice The eyes aT The conclusion of The Throw. . . Kappa holds annual spring fling in The Ban- queT Hall . lT's inTer-socieTy conTesT Time, and Lambda members are heard To say, "I like Lambda", Forum members say, "I like Forum." While Kappa members say, "I haTe Forum." MAY Lambda "chomps and sTomps" in The BanqueT Hallwhile Track Team journeys To Graceland lnTersocieTy conTesT is concluded in The Cha- pel . . Never mind who won, , , iusT say The compeTiTion was keen. "Hurrah!" shouT bragging Forum members, "We have The largesT sTuTfed el ephanT in cap- TiviTy. " NoThin so romanTic as dancing abouT a huge elephanT. Above menTioned elephanT is removed from Dr. CanTield's TronT yard,, "Hardly an ap- propriaTe Thing on FaThers' Day." Perhaps one oTThe greaTesT upseTs of The cen- Tury occurred when Collins Hall won The cov- eTed inTerdorm Track Trophy. Prof. Richard MarTin rec eives The Senior Cane aT a fine Senior Chapel program. Owls again second aT The MCAU meeT. - 22nd Finals Week, , , Nuff sqid, , , 23rd To 25Th Senior Play, Dorm dedicaTion, Bac.. calaureaTe, CommencemenT . . ThaT's iT, , . SENIOR PLAY On the evening of May 22 the final dramatic production of the year was presented by the Tarkio College Theatre. The play, "White Sheep ofthe Family", was directed by Miss Lois Cheney. The cast and crew were, STANDING: Bob Patterson, Diana Oliphant, Iody Dash- ner, Pat Higgins, lone Craigi Alma Perrnar, Rudy Kosits and Sally Bowen. SEATED: Joyce Miller, Pat Pearson, Dave Beale, George Creighton, Jean Churchill, and Bill Ewens. B FROM THE PLAY 545,11 if Completed with the spring of l959, FRANK HOPKINS HALL was dedicated on May 23, l959. Alumni, administrators, and friends were well pleased with this modern building which will house some one hundred women. Young men of the student body were particularly pleased with the prospects of filling this build- ing to its capacity. The dormitory was named in honor ot Frank H. Hopkins whose gifts were largely responsible for the building's construction. Huston. Everett Barr receives the key to the new dormitory from its architect, as Joseph Stevenson looks on. Frank Hopkins recives an alumni citation at the Alumni Banquet as presented to him by Alumni Pr e s i d e nt , Wyatt to the new as 1osePh B Alumni I, WW CCMMENCEMENT Some marching, singing, speechmaking, conferring, eating, and picture faking, and all of a sudden i'r's all over. "Thar was a short four years," they said. li' was all QT, and They say if every year. 'IO4 Once again we packed our bags and headed for home. Some to push on into their lite's work, while others will return to Tarkio to write and record once again the story of a year at College. lt was a great year with promise of manyhmore to come. . . 'IO5 5 i I x , 9 L . Some fo 4 f Tarkio fo 1- le. I'rwas 4 v 4 r 1 I I I l I 1 l ' nc Tj YEARIOOKS lic, Nui' ,tn 2 6 mmf w Q N 1 3


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