Truman State University - Echo Yearbook (Kirksville, MO)
- Class of 1951
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SOURI STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE,
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past. In days tojcome, many of us will stop momentarily
to reflect on the happenings of the college year '5of'5i.
It is the hope of the staff that when this pause arises the
IQSI Echo will be hauled down from its dusty position
on the shelf and opened again. With this thought in
mind, We have accumulated for your reflections the events
of this particular school year. We of the staff have atf
tempted to record these changes as they have affected
our day to day college life and have also tried to catch a
little of those intangible things which we know of as
'fthe old college spirit."
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in those yetftofcome moments of retrospect and rememf
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the years have passed than the old school song, so what
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CARL J. BENNETT
Chemistry St. Louis
GRVILLE E. BOWERS
Administration Centerville, Ia.
GILBERT F. DEMRY
Administration Seymour, la.
ROBERT D, ELSEA
History Green Castle
GEORGE H. HADEN
Elementary Ed. New London
Physical Education Boonville
HUBERT F. HARNETT
Social Science Kirksville
Biology Canton, Ohio
Education Ottumwa, Iowa
RICHARD E. JOHNSON
Administration Cantril, Iowa
H. A. KIRK
Chemistry Queen City
Science Fredonia, N. Y.
HERBERT E. MANNING
Social Science Dubuque, Iowa
Social Science Kellerton, Iowa
Business Administration Ethel
LOREN A. ROSS
Administration Cincinnati, Iowa
BAXTER B. STINSON
Elementary Ed. Independence
WILLIAM D. SPEAK
JACK M. WELLS
Curriculum for the Master of Arts degree was first offered at
the Teachers College in 1948. Graduate work is Offered in social
science, business education, fine arts, language and literature,
education, and school administration.
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WILLIAM H. TRAYLOR, JR. Brashear
English, Play Production
Senior Class President
Blue Key, Alpha Phi Sigma '47f'51, Alpha Phi Omega
'49f'51, Sigma Tau Gamma, College Players '47f'51,
Wh0's Who '51, Thalian Guild, Intramural Volleyball,
PAUL E. KAYE Sumner
Senior Class Vice President
Blue Key vice pres. '50, '51, Alpha Phi Sigma, Sigma Tau
Gamma, College Players vice pres. '51, Band vice pres.
'48, pres. fall '49, Opera '50, College Chorus, Thalian
Guild vice pres. '50, '51,
D0R0THY H. FRAZER Milan
Senior Class Sec.fTreasurer
Cardinal Key, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Band sec. '50, '51,
Opera '51, Orchestra '51, Aeolian Club '47, '51, College
Chorus '50, '51, Nemo Singers '51.
JACK R. ACUFF Paris
Blue Key, Sigma Tau Gamma, Opera, Aeolian Club '51,
Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Basketball, Intramural
Louis E. AGNEW Affton
Pi Omega Pi, Sigma Tau Gamma, Intramural Basketball.
PAUL A. ANDERECK St. Louis
Alpha Phi Omega '50, '51, Kappa Delta Pi pres. '50, '51,
Pi Kappa Delta '47-pres. '49, '50, vice pres. '50, '51,
Interfraternity Council '49, Historical Society '49f'51,
Index Staff '47, Pre Law Club vice pres. '50, Sigma Tau
Gamma '47YViC6 pres. '48f'51.
SARALOU ANDERECK Browning
Cardinal Key pres. '51, Alpha Phi Sigma '49, Kappa
Delta Pi, Delta Sigma Epsilon treas. '51, W.A.A. treas.
'49, Pi Omega Pi, Student Social Committee '49, Wh0's
ELVA L. ANDERSON Louisiana
Delta Sigma Epsilon, Historical Society '47, Intramural
RICHARD D. ARNOLD, JR. La Plata
Speech, Language Arts
Index Staff '50, '51,
ROBERT W. APPLEBY Melbourne
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Varsity Basketball '50, Intramural
Basketball, Intramural Softball.
CORA JEAN BAILEY Kirksville
LEO BARNES Perryville
Health ff? Physical Education, History
Historical Society '49f'5Ig Intramural Softball.
MARY Buss Kirlqsville
Pi Omega Pi '5og Delta Sigma Epsilon sec. q4QQ Student
Council sec. '50, '5Ig Student Social Committee '48, '5og
Honorary Art Club l47.
VERNON B. BODDY Marceline
Phi Sigma Epsilong Historical Society.
VIRGINIA J. BOOHER Odessa, Texas
Business Education, History
Kappa Delta Pi '5Ig Historical Society '5o, QSIQ Pi Omega
DONALD BOWER Bethel
Historical Societyg Pi Omega Pig Square and Compass
HERBERT A. BOYLES Shelby
Agriculture Club treas. '50, '51, Intramural Basketball
MARJORIE BREWER Bynumville
Delta Sigma Epsilon '50, '5I.
BAILEY BROWN Kirksville
ROBERT O. BROWN Ewing
Historical Society '50, '5Ig Pi Omega Pi '49f'5Ig College
Chorus '48, l4Q.
CLYDE E. BROWN Kirlqsville
BETTY JEAN BURK Kansas City
Delta Sigma Epsilon '48f'51, College Players '47f'51,
Ellen H. Richards Club '49f'51.
EARL ALFRED BURROWS, JR. Moulton, Iowa
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Pi Omega Pi treas. '50, '51, Intraf
mural Basketball '49, '50, Intramural Softball '49, '50, '51,
RONALD B. BURT Goldsberry
DONNA SUE BURTON Moberly
Sigma Sigma Sigma treas. '50, College Players '49, '50,
Historical Society '49, Student Council treas. '50, '51,
COLLETTE CADY Jennings
Physical Education, Play Production
Delta Sigma Epsilon corres. sec. '48, Pan Hellenic Counf
cil '48, '4Q, College Players '48, '49, W.A,A. '47f'51,
Who's Who '51, Intramural Volleyball '47f'51, Intraf
mural Basketball '47f'51, Intramural Tennis '49, Resif
dence Halls House Council '49f'51.
NANCY JEAN CALDWELL Leonard
Alpha Phi Sigma, Pi Kappa Sigma, A. C. E., Historical
ELAINE CALFEE Hale
A.C.E. vicefpres. '50, '51, Interdenominational Council.
MARGARET E. CASEBEER Chillicothe
A.C.E. '50, '51, Index Staff '50, '51,
JOE L. CASSADY Kirlqsville
Agriculture Club, Industrial Arts Club.
WILHELMINE CHESTER Granby
Alpha Sigma Alpha '48f'51.
L0LA CHILDERS Rutledge
Alpha Phi Sigma.
NED L. CHURCHWELL Shelbyville
Phi Sigma Epsilon '49f'51g Intramural Basketballg Intraf
KENNETH E. CLARK Shelbyville
Intramural Basketball '48f'5og Intramural Softball '48,
Intramural Tennis '48, '49,
MARJORIE F. CLOUGH Kirlqsville
Cardinal Key treas. '5of'51g Sigma Sigma Sigmag Band
'4QQ Wh0's Who '51, Index Staff '51,
ARLEEN CONYERS Toledo, Ohio
Historical Society, Cardinal Key.
JEAN Cooic Chillicothe
Cardinal Key, Kappa Delta Pi '50, '51 5 Sigma Sigma Sigma
pres. '51, Pan Hellenic Council vice pres. '50, '51g Pi
Omega Pig Who's Who '51.
ELWOOD L. COURTRIGHT Memphis
Mathematics, Industrial Arts
MARIE A. COWELL Snyder
E lementavy Education
Alpha Phi Sigma '45, '46, '50, '51g Kappa Delta Pi '47,
48, 50, '51, A.C.E. '46f'48g sec. '5o, '51,
VINCIL B. CUNDIFF Kirksville
College Playersg Historical Society.
FRANCES DRURY CUNNINGHAM Kirlqsville
Pi Omega Pi '48f'50g Sigma Sigma Sigma '47f'50.
KENNARD L. CURTIS Valley Pafrlg
Sigma Tau Gamma '5Ig Honorary Art Club '5Ig KfClubg
Varsity Basketball l4Q'l5I.
JAMES S. DAVIS Kansas City
Alpha Phi Omegag Pi Cmega Pig Phi Sigma Epsilon.
ROBERT W. DELANEY Baring
Sigma Tau Gamma.
AVA MARIE DEMRY Seymour, Iowa
College Players '48f'5Ig Ellen H. Richards Club l48'l5I.
PEGGY DODGE Brookfield
Sigma Sigma Sigma '48f'5Ig Ellen H. Richards Clubg
Honorary Art Club l4Q, '50.
CLAYTON D. DODSON Kivlqsville
LINUS J. DOWELL St. joseph
Mathematics, Physical Education
KfClub '47Avice pres. '50, '5Ig Student Council '50, '5Ig
Varsity Football '47f'50g Varsity Track l48'lSIQ lntraf
mural Basketball '47f'5og Intramural Tennis '49f'5r.
ANITA PAGE DRAKE Milan
Cardinal Key '49f'5Ig Alpha Phi Sigma '48f'5Ig Kappa
Delta Pi '50f'51g Sigma Sigma Sigma '48f'5Ig Ellen H.
Richards Club '47f'5Ig Student Social Committee l4Q.
JAMES M. DRAKE Memphis
Alpha Phi Sigma '50, '5Ig Sigma Tau Gamma '49f'5Ig
Pi Omega Pi '50, '5Ig Intramural Softball '50.
CHARLES F. DURHAM Macon
Intramural Basketball '49.
JEANETTE R. EDWARDS Moberly
Sigma Sigma Sigma '50, '5r.
LE0 B. EMMERT Kirlqsville
CAROLYN ENGLAND Brasliear
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Ellen H. Richards Club.
FARIDA FALLAH Telieran, Iran
Cardinal Key '40f'51g Historical Society '50, '5rg Inter'
KENNETH FARTHING, JR. Prairie Hill
Opera '50g Index Staff '50, Historical Society.
MARIE M. FLEMING Huntsville
Delta Sigma Epsilon '49f'51g Student Social Committee
'50, '51, Pi Omega Pi '50, '51, Residence Halls House
Council pres. '50, '51g Intramural Volleyball '40f'5rg
Intramural Softball '40f'51.
CHARLES M. FUGATE Memphis
Blue Key, jr. Regional Director, '50, Alpha Phi Omega
pres. '50g Sigma Tau Gamma '49f'50g Index Staff Editor
Spring Quarter '49.
RUSSEL P. GILSTRAP Kirlqsville
Alpha Phi Omega '49f'51, College Players '40g Opera
RAYMOND E. GOEKE Kirksville
Sigma Tau Gamma '48f'51g Operag Orchestra.
DAVID N. G00cH Decatur, Illinois
Blue Keyg Alpha Phi Omegag Sigma Tau Gamma vice
pres. '50, '51g Historical Societyg Honorary Art Club
'50, '51g Intramural Basketball '5rg Intramural Softball
ELDON L. GOUCHER Novinger
WILBUR G. GRIFFITTS Novinger
EDWARD M. GRIM Kirlqsville
Blue Key pres. '50, '51, Alpha Phi Omega '49f'51g Sigma
Tau Gamma '47f'51, Wh0's Who '51.
ILENE M. GUFFEY Kirlqsville
Sociology, Physical Education
Sigma Sigma Sigma '48f'51g Historical Society '49g Hon'
orary Art Club '4QQ Student Council treas. '49, '50g
DENZEL D. GUNNELL Memphis
Bandg Operag Index Staff.
KATHLEEN GUYER GRIM Purdin
Alpha Phi Sigma '43f'50g Delta Sigma Epsilon '48f'51g
Opera '48f'50g Orchestra '51g Aeolian Club sec. '49, '51,
College Chorus '48f'50.
WARREN B. HAMILTON Kirlrsville
Blue Key sec. '50, '51, Sigma Tau Gamma corres. sec. '49,
'50g Index Staff '49, '50.
FRED P. HANES Kirlqsville
Blue Key '51, Pi Kappa Delta pres. '51g Sigma Tau
Gamma '49f'51g College Players '49g Historical Society
pres. '51, Band '4QQ Wh0's Who '51g Opera '4QQ Echo
Staff Business Manager '51g Intramural Tennis '49g Inter'
national Club '50, sec. '51g College Chorus '49, '50g
Interdenominational Council pres. '5r.
MILLE MERETHE HANSEN Copenhagen, Denniarlq
Cardinal Key '51, International Club '50, '51g Historical
-lIM HARDY Kirlqsville
Alpha Phi Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Tau Gamma
'49f'51, College Players, Band '49f'5I, Orchestra '48f'5o.
GTIS D. HARP Roodhouse, Ill.
Sigma Tau Gamma, Historical Society, Square and Comf
pass Club '50, '51 pres.
LYLE A. HELLYER Seymour, Iowa
Alpha Phi Omega '50, '51, Phi Sigma Epsilon '48f'51,
Industrial Arts Club sec. '48f'51, Student Social Com'
mittee '48, Intramural Basketball '47f'5I, Intramural
CATHARINE E. HENRY Philadelphia, Pa.
Delta Sigma Epsilon '48f'5o, Historical Society pres. '49,
'50, International Club pres. '49, '50, Residence Halls
House Council pres. '49, '50,
FLORENCE HERSHMAN Brooklyn, N. T.
ART N. HOCHSTEDLER St. joseph
KfClub '47f'5I, Varsity Football '47f'5I, Intramural
WILLIAM HOLMES St. Louis
Industrial Arts, Physical Education
Sigma Tau Gamma, KfClub '48f'5o, Student Council
vice pres. '50, '51, Varsity Football '48f'5o, Varsity
Track '4Q, '50, Intramural Softball '48, '49.
MARVIS M. Hou' Galt
Alpha Phi Sigma '50, '51, A.C.E. '50, '5I.
JOAN Hook Cairo
Cardinal Key, Alpha Phi Sigma '48, pres. '51, Kappa
Delta Pi Vice pres. '5 I , Sigma Sigma Sigma '48f'5I, A.C.E.
'49, Who's Who '5I.
R0LLIE R. HOUCHINS Fulton
Speech, Speech Correction, Business Education
Blue Key, Sigma Tau Gamma sec. '50, '5I, College
Players pres. '50, '51, Pi Omega Pi, Thalian Guild pres.
WILMER S. HOWARD Kirlqsville
Phi Sigma Epsilon '50, '51, Industrial Arts Club '50,
DONNA LEE HUNTER Kirlqsville
Pi Omega Pi '50, Pi Kappa Sigma '49, '50 treas., W.A.A.
'49, '50 sec., Opera '48f'5o.
ELDON L. JACOBS Winigan
MARY FRANCES JOHNSON Keytesville
Cardinal Key, Kappa Delta Pi '50, Pi Omega Pi '50, '51,
Alpha Sigma Alpha '49f'51.
GLIN E. JOHNSON Kirlqsville
Agriculture Club '48f'5o.
PAUL D. JOHNSON Kirlqsville
CLARENCE M. JONES Columbus, Georgia
Phi Sigma Epsilon '50, '51, Intramural Softball '50,
Intramural Tennis '50, '51.
JEANNE JONES Birmingham, Iowa
Cardinal Key vice pres. '50, '51, Alpha Sigma Alpha,
Pan Hellenic Council, Ellen H. Richards Club pres. '50,
ANDREW L. JORGENSEN Green Castle
Physics, Industrial Arts
Alpha Phi Sigma, Industrial Arts Club treas. '50, '51.
LENORA KARCH St. Louis
Cardinal Key, A.C.E., Honorary Art Club '4Q, '50,
Kappa Delta Pi '50, '51, College Chorus '49, '50.
TONY KELLEY Boonville
Phi Sigma Epsilong KfClubg Varsity Football '48, '5Ig
Intramural Basketball '49, '5O.
JOHN K. KELLY Kirlgsville
Blue Keyg Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Tau Gamma pres.
'5o, '5Ig Interfraternity Councilg Student Council pres.
'5o '5I' Student Social Committee' Who's Who '
1 1 v 51 Q
Intramural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball.
GEORGE L. KELsO Ethel
Mathematics, Social Science
Al ha Phi Si a ' Sf' IQ Ka a Delta Pi ' se '
,P .gm.4j,PP ,49,C-50,
515 Historical Society 47' 5o, vice pres. 5Ig Sigma Zeta
'5O, '5Ig Intramural Volleyball '49, '5og Intramural
Basketball '48f'5Og Intramural Softball '48f'5I.
ANN M. KING Hannibal
Mathematics, Business Education
Sigma Zeta '48-sec. treas. '5og Alpha Sigma Alpha
sec. '49, '5o.
MARY E. KING Bloomfeld, Iowa
Cardinal Key, Alpha Sigma Alphag Aeolian Club '49f'51
MILTON E. KOGEI1 Hamilton, Ohio
Mathematics, General Science
Kappa Delta Pi '5O, '5Ig Sigma Tau Gamma.
LOUIS E. LABONTA Brunswick
Student Social Committee '5og Band '5o.
KENNETH E. LAIR Kirksville
JO ANN LAKE Marceline
LEON B. LAKE jefferson City
Sigma Tau Gamma.
MARILYNN L. LAMBDIN Hannibal
Cardinal Key, Alpha Phi Sigma '48f'5Ig Kappa Delta Pi
'49f'5Ig Sigma Sigma Sigmag A.C.E. '51, Nemo Singers
'51, Band '48f'5Ig Opera '48f'50g Orchestra '48, College
NORMA E. LAVOO Hannibal
Pi Kappa Sigmag Band '49f'50g Orchestra '49f'5Ig Kappa
Delta Pig Aeolian Club '50, '5I.
CHARLES C. LEAR Pattonsburg
Phi Sigma Epsilong Intramural Basketball '50, '5I.
FLOYD LEDBETTER New London
EDNA F. LINEBAUGH Marceline
A.C.E. '46f'49g W.A.A. '48, '49, Intramural Softball '49,
DAVID W. LINTNER Kirksville
Phi Sigma Epsilon.
PATRICIA PARSONS LINTNER Omaha, Nebraska
Alpha Sigma Alphag Opera '48, '49, Aeolian Club '47'
'50g College Chorus '47f'5o.
ROBERT D. LONGWITH Kirlgsville
College Players '49, Gymnastics Club '48f'5og Student
Social Committee '49, '5o.
FORD E. LOWCOCK Powersville
Alpha Phi Sigma '47f'5Ig Alpha Phi Omega '50, '5Ig
Kappa Delta Pi '50, '5Ig Sigma Zeta '49f'5Ig Pi Omega
Pi '50, '5I.
HELEN S. LOWELL West Scarborough, Me.
Alpha Sigma Alpha.
EDITH MADDOX Centralia
Jo ANNE MAGRUDER Bowling Green
Alpha Sigma Alpha.
JUNE CAROL MARTIN Kirlgsville
Cardinal Key '49f'51, Alpha Phi Sigma '49, '5o, Pi
Omega Pi, Alpha Sigma Alpha '47' -pres. '50, '51,
Pan Hellenic Council pres. '50, '51, W.A.A. '47, '48,
Student Council sec. '49, '50, Band '47f'5I, Who's Who
PATRICIA ANN MCANULTY Edina
Delta Sigma Epsilon '48, vice pres. '50, '51, Pan Hellenic
Council '50, '51, Pi Omega Pi pres. '50, '51, Student
Council '50, '51, Band '47, '48, Intramural Volleyball
'47f'5I, Intramural Basketball '47f'51, Intramural Soft'
ball '47f'5I, College Chorus '49, '5o.
MARY S. MCCRARY Nettleton
Cardinal Key, Kappa Delta Pi, Delta Sigma Epsilon,
Ellen H. Richards Club, Historical Society.
WILLIAM G. MCCRARY Hamilton
History, Physical Education
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Intramural Basketball, Intramural
DAVID MCGRAW Ballwin
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Varsity Track, Intramural Volleyball
'48f'51, Intramural Basketball '49f'51, Intramural Soft'
EDNA MCVEIGH McCredie
A.C.E. '50, '51, W.A.A. '45f'48, College Chorus '46.
Lois A. MENNBMEIER Wentzville
Alpha Phi Sigma '48f'51, Kappa Delta Pi '49, treas. '50
'51, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Ellen H. Richards Club '48,
sec. '49, '50, '51, W.A.A. '48, '49.
JAY W. MILLIGAN Pulaski, Iowa
Industrial Arts Club '49f'51.
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BILL MITCHELL Chillicothe
Varsity Trackg Intramural Volleyballg Intramural Basket'
ballg Intramural Tennisg Intramural Softball.
BETTY JEAN MOORE Mexico
Bandg Orchestrag Aeolian Clubg College Chorusg Nemo
TEMPA JANE MORELOCK Kirlgsville
GARNITA JEAN MORREY Fort Madison, Iowa
Alpha Sigma Alpha treas. '50, '5Ig Ellen H. Richards
CLYDE R. MORSE Centerville, Iowa
Industrial Arts Club '50, '5I.
KENNETH E. MOsLEY Kirlqsville
Physical Education, History
Historical Society '50, '5I.
WILLETTE MUEE Atlanta
Health and Physical Education
Ellen H. Richards Clubg W.A.A. '48f'5I.
DAVID LEE MURPHY Brookfield
Kappa Delta Pi '50, '5Ig Pi Omega Pi '50, '5Ig Intraf
mural Basketball '49f'5Ig Intramural Softball '49,
MARY E. NIXON Cantril, Iowa
A.C.E. pres. ISI.
ROTH N. NOEL Lucerne
Phi Sigma Epsilong Nemo Singers '5Ig Band '47'.SIQ
Opera '48f'50g Aeolian Club '48f'5Ig College Chorus
MARY OFF Lynn, Mass.
Pi Omega Pi '49, sec. '5og Delta Sigma Epsilon '4Sf'5og
Honorary Art Club '48, '49.
RICHARD OVERFELT Clarence
EVELYN A. PARKS Pine Lawn
Play Production, History
College Players '5o, '51g Historical Society '5o, '51,
DONALD L, PAYNE Bvasheav
Alpha Phi Sigmag Agriculture Club '5o, '51g Band '46,
WARREN M. PFLUM Shelbyville
Phi Sigma Epsilong Honorary Art Club Council Mem
ber, Industrial Arts Club '49f'51.
NORVIN PIERSON Atlanta
Mathematics, General Science
Phi Sigma Epsilong Intramural Basketball.
LORRAINE K. PLETSCH Granville, Ill.
Alpha Sigma Alpha '46f'51g Aeolian Club '46f'51.
LUCY POWELL Sturgeon
Physical Education, Social Science
Alpha Phi Sigma '49, '50, Pi Kappa Sigma '4Q, corres.
sec. '50, '51, W.A.A. '49, pres. '5o, '51.
MILTON A. PROBASCO Unionville
Band '5o, '51, Orchestra '49, '5og Intramural Softball
'50, '51g Intramural Tennis '5o, '51,
MARY D. QUIGLEY Greentop
Kappa Delta Pi '4QQ Ellen H. Richards Club '48,
MARY LEA RAINS Keytesville
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Ellen H. Richards Club.
ANDREW D. REBAK Chicago, Ill.
Physical Education, Recreation
Intramural Basketball, Intramural Softball, Intramural
THOMAS S. REED Purdin
AeOlian Club pres. '50, '51, Orchestra.
MARY JANE REILLY The Dalles, Oregon
Pi Omega Pi '50, '51.
-lAMEs W. RICHARDSON jarnesport
Sigma Tau Gamma '49, '50, Band '48, '49, vice pres. '50:
Aeolian Club '48, '49.
RAYMOND RIGSBY Clarence
Pi Omega Pi '50, '51.
DAVID D. RISSLER Seymour, Iowa
Alpha Phi Omega '50, '51, Alpha Phi Sigma, Sigma Tau
Gamma '48f'51g College Players '48f'5Og Band '48, '4QQ
Opera '48, '4QQ Intramural Softball '50.
DALE L. ROBERTS Green City
Agriculture, Physical Education
Agriculture Club vice pres. '50, '51, Intramural Basket'
ball '50, '51, Intramural Softball '47f'5O.
IVAL M. ROBINSON Litchjeld, Mich.
HENRY ROEMERMAN, JR. Blalqesburg, Iowa
Industrial Arts Club '50, '51.
MARY E. Ross Fremont, Iowa
Historical Society '48, W.A.A. pres. ,48Q Intramural
Basketball 149, Intramural Softball ,4Q, Intramural
Tennis ,4Q, '5o.
GERD HELENA RYDELIUS Gothenburg, Sweden
Cardinal Key '50, '5o, International Club '5o, '51,
ANNA LOU SALLADAY Kirlqsville
Pi Kappa Sigma '48f'5I, Pan Hellenic Council '50, SSI,
Pi Omega Pi '51, Student Social Committee '50, ,SIQ
Opera '49, '5o, '5I.
DONALD C. SANDERS Kirlgsville
Sigma Tau Gamma, College Players, Historical Society,
Gus G. SARRIS St. joseph
Phi Sigma Epsilon, KfClub, Varsity Football '5o, Intraf
mural Basketball, Intramural Softball.
WILLIAM D. SCEARCE, IR. Kirksville
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Historical Society.
WALLY SCHNEIDER Stanton, Nebraska
English, Play Production
Blue Key, Sigma Tau Gamma.
BILLIE W. SCOVILLE Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Industrial Arts, Mathematics
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Industrial Arts Club, Intramural
CASPER C. SEALOCK Trenton
S. R. SELLARO Brooklyn, N. T.
DONALD E. SHIPPEE
Sigma Tau Gamma '49, '50, '51, Band '
ORVILLE B. SHOAF
FRANCIS T. SHUPEK
Industrial Arts Club '50, '51
ERVIN J. SMITH
GERTRUDE ANN SMITH
49, '50, pres. '51,
Alpha Phi Sigma '49f'51, Delta Sigma Epsilon sec. '49,
'51, A.C.E. '50, '51, Historical Society '49f'51.
HERBERT A. SMITH
MARJORIE ANN SMITH
Business Education, English
Cardinal Key '48f'5I, Alpha Phi Sigma '48, pres. '49,
Kappa Delta Pi '49, '50, Sigma Sigma Sigma vice pres.
'50, '51, Pi Omega Pi treas. '48, vice pres. '49, Index
Staff editor '50.
ELMER I. SPEARMAN
GLENN R. SPRIGGS
Agriculture Club, Industrial Arts Club pres. '50, '5I.
JOHN L. STARK
Agriculture Club, Band.
NORMA JEAN STEVENS Buclglin
Pi Kappa Sigma '5O, '51, W.A.A. '47, '48, Band '47f'51,
Opera '48, Orchestra '5o, Intramural Basketball '47,
Aeolian Club '47f'51, College Chorus '47, '48,
MARGARET L. STEWART
Cardinal Key '4of'51, Sigma Sigma Sigma sec. '5o,
W.A.A. '47f'51, Student Council '5o, '51,
ERNST L. STICHT Baernreuth Berneck, Germany
Historical Society '5o, '51, International Club pres.
DELPHA MAE SYLER
Cardinal Key, Alpha Phi Sigma '49, Kappa Delta Pi
'5o, '51, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Ellen H. Richards Club
CECELIA L. TABLER
Language Arts '
ROBERT E. TAYLOR
Sigma Tau Gamma, Historical Society.
NANCY L. THOMAS
Alpha Sigma Alpha '4Of'51.
ROBERT N. THOMAS
FOREST A. THOMPSON
Honorary Art Club Council Member '5o, '51.
WALTER BOYD TIBBLES
Play Production, English
Alpha Phi Omega corres. sec. '5o, '51, College Players
vice pres. '48, '4Q, Thalian Guild, Index Staff editor '5O.
ELDON W. TIETSORT Worthington
Phi Sigma Epsilon '50, '51, KfClub '49f'51, Varsity
Track '49f'51, Intramural Volleyball '49f'51, Intramural
Basketball '49f'51, Intramural Softball '49f'51.
MARVIN K. TRACY Spiclgard
CHARLES L. TUDER Kirlgsville
MINNIE M. VANCE Oakland, Calif.
Ellen H. Richards Club.
SUZANNE VAUGHN Lancaster
Cardinal Key, Alpha Phi Sigma '47f'51, Sigma Sigma
Sigma '47frecord. sec. '49, '50, '51, Pi Omega Pi '49f'51,
Student Council '48, '49, Band secftreas. '48, '49f'51,
Crchestra '47f'49, Aeolian Club '47, '48, Who's Who '5I.
FRED VEACH Davenport, Iowa
Blue Key, Phi Sigma Epsilon '49, vice pres. '50, '51,
Interfraternity Council '50, '51, Student Social Com'
mittee '50, '51, Intramural Volleyball '48f'51, Intraf
mural Basketball '48f'51, Intramural Softball '48f'51,
Intramural Tennis '43f'51.
JULIA P. VENCILL Purdin
A.C.E., College Players, W.A.A., College Chorus.
VAN V. VENCILL Purdin
Industrial Arts Club '50, '51.
GEORGE W. WADDILL Kirlqsville
Kappa Delta Pi '50, '51,
MARY SHIRLEY WAGGONER Kirlqsville
Cardinal Key, Historical Society '48, pres. '49, '50,
Pi Kappa Delta, Wh0's Who '51.
JAMES T. WALKER Hannibal
Physical Education, Industrial Arts
Phi Sigma Epsilong Industrial Arts Clubg KfClub, Var'
sity Basketball, Varsity Track, Intramural Basketballg
ROY L. WALKER Kirlqsville
Honorary Art Clubg Industrial Arts Club.
TRAVIS C. WARD Kirlqsville
ROBERT J. WARES Brashear
Physical Education, Business Education
JACK E. WEBER Maywood
Alpha Phi Omega '49f'51g Band '47f'51g Opera l48Q
Orchestra '47f'5rg Intramural Basketball '50, '51, Aeolian
Club '47f'5rg College Chorus l47, '48.
BERYL WELLBORN Cantril, Iowa
Kappa Delta Pi '50, '51g Historical Society I4Q'lSIQ
Square and Compass Club '50, sec. '51.
ROYAL N. WILSON La Belle
Industrial Arts Club '4of'51g Intramural Volleyball '48,
l4QQ Intramural Basketball '49f'5rg Intramural Softball
DAN WISELY Twin Falls, Idaho
Science, Physical Education
Blue Keyg Kappa Delta Pi '50, '5ig Phi Sigma Epsilon
'49f'5Ig KfClub l4Q, pres. '50, lSIQ Pre Osteopathic Club
'50g Index Staff '48g Varsity Football l4Q, '5og Intramural
Basketball '48f'5og Intramural Softball l4Q'lSI.
NANCY JEAN WISELY New London
NANCY YAGER Center
Alpha Phi Sigma '45f'5rg Kappa Delta Pi '47f'5rg A.C.E.
45' 5' I -
MARIO D1 FREDERICO Millinoclqet, Maine
Phi Sigma Epsilon.
LLOYD L. HAWKINS Chicago, Ill.
Historical Society, '50, '51
A. D. JUDD Kirlqsville
ELIZABETH L. MCANULTY Knox City
ZOLENE PERRY MELVIN Kirlqsville
Cardinal Key, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi '50, '51,
Nemo Singers, Student Social Committeeg Band sec:
treas. '49, '50, Operag Aeolian Clubg College Chorus,
Sigma Sigma Sigma corres. sec. '50, '51.
MARGARET STELLA East Shroudshurg, Pa.
Ellen H. Richards Club.
HENRY STEWART Foulge, Arkansas
HAROLD FRANK WAY Chillicothe
Alpha Phi Sigma '48f'51, Kappa Delta Pi '49, '5Og Sigma
Tau Gamma sec. '49f'5rg Historical Society '48f'51g
Who's Who '51g Opera '49, International Club '49, '5og
College Chorus '49, '50.
The sponsors of the senior class have the job of assisting the
students at graduation time and giving helpful advice throughout
the year. Filling this capacity this year were Dr. R. C. Aukerf
man and Mrs. Lula Allen.
DAVID R. JANSON
President, Junior Class
VIcefPres., junior Class
Sec., junior Class
EMMETT BROWN, JR.
Bellmoie, N. T.
MYERS D. CAMPBELL
MARY LOU CLOUGH
Point Pleasant, W. Va.
. .JUNIUH CLASS
MARY ELLEN GILSTRAP
MARY JANE GOEKE
LAURA RUTH HULSE
MARTHA BESS JAMES
MARY ANNE JONES
MARY LOU LOVELACE
JO ANN MADORLN
WaiaLu, Oahu Terr. Hawaii
ELZIE MILLER, JR.
South Ozone Pavlq, N.
M illinoclqet, Maine
Atenas, Costa Rica
E. St. Louis, Illinois
HENRY SCOTT, VIR.
K irksvi lle
Dr. Llora MaGee and Otho Barnett guided the junior class
through a Successful and Satisfying year. Always ready with
suggestions and assistance the sponsors prepared the students
for their next year as Seniors.
PAUL ANDERSON ROSEMARY ANDERSON
Bngard St, Catherme
AIOIIN BEALMER IRENE BECIQETI'
St. Charles Bethel
DARLENE BORRON PIIYLLIS BRAGI:
Wtnngan La Plata
EDWIN CI-IAVERRI INA MAE CLAYPOOLE
Heredia, Costa Rica Macon
DAVID DAVIDSON EARL DAVIDSON
Lancaster, Ohw Kirksville
Ozone Park. N. Y.
LORA BAILEY CAROL BAKER LOUISE BEAUCIIARII-
La Plata Elshervy Armada
IARLENE BENJAMIN NORRIA BLAIQELY DONALD BOONE
La Plata Revere Wyaconda
RLTII BUNDREN GL'Y BURTON SARAH CAMPBELL
Macon E. St. Lows, Ill. Novelty
ROY COLLINS ROGER COOK DIANE CRUMPACKER
Affton Macon Pollock
JUNE DEAN RUTH DEARING NEIL DERRICK
St. Louis Taylor Curryville
CAROL DIXON BARBARA DOXVNEN LOIS DYE MAXINE EDVJARDS 'IIRIRIIE EITEL MARX' LOUISE ELLIS
Moberly Noringer Unionville Bowlmg Green Green Castle Powerswlle
GLEN FUGATE CLARK GARNER SHIRLEY GIBSON EDWARD GOEKE ROSEMARY CIOODXVIN LARRY GORDON
Memphis Leonavd Hanmbal Kwlqswlle Edma K1TkSl'1llE
RIOIIARD GRAIIALI BEVERLY GREGERSON MARY CERIFFITIIS MILDREI3 HABIPTON VELBIA I'I.-KNEE NEVA D. HARPIIARI
Wazclqegan, Ill. Bloomfield, Iowa Farber Tnpletr Kwlqsmlle Perry
LORNA HAWES J. C. HAWKINS . GLLAZA HAYNES CLIFF HAYN CLIFFORD HERRIN RICHARD HERZOG
Keokulg, Iowa La Plata Atlanta Krrlqsulle La Plata Hanmbal
GILIXERT HOGENSON ELMER HOLCOBIB MARJORIE HOLCOBIIB .IEANETTE HORNOCKEII AL I'IOW'ARD RUTH HL'FFINE
KITkSl'IllC SlIelhy1'1lle Shelbyulle Allerton. Iowa Hanmbal Galt
GLENN HULL MARION HUNTER ROBERT HUNTER WILLA HUNTSMAN AVONLEE HUSTED ROY JACKSON
St. Joseph Bowling Green La Plata Macon Kirlqsrille Kirlqsrille
ELAINE JAQUISS GARNET JOHNSON VERNON JOHNSON GALE JONES EVELYN JUDD HAROLD KEIDEL
Brookfield Marceline Kirlqsville Ethel Milan Moberly
W. C. KELLEY RUTH KONERNSCHILD JAMES KRIEGSHAUSER DONNA LAMB DORIS LAMERS JEAN LANDMAN
Clifton Hill Augusta Baring Hurdland Fulton Keolqulg
EVELYN LAUDWIG DONNA LAWSON HAROLD LEDBETTER WILLIAM LEWIS BONNIE MARTIN CHRIS MARTIN
Kirlqsville Kirlqsville New London Downing Kirksville New Hartford
ROBERT MAXWELL ELEANOR MCCABE ROBERT MCCOY BERTHA MCCLASREY JUNE MCDONALD NADINE MCFARLAND
MIlan Kirlgsville La Plata Milan Centerville, Ia. Baring
JEAN MCGREGOR JOAN MCKEE
PAT MOOG DONALD MOORE
PHILIP MUDD MARY JANE MURPHY
MYRA OVEREELT CAROLYN PAGE
BOB PISTER ANNA LYNN PLENOE
Seymour, Iowa Memphis
DALE MILLER MILTON MILLER WAYNE MILLER
Brashear La Plata Novinger
JOHN MOORE GARY MOOTS DON MOZINGO
Brasliear La Plata Hwrdland
JOHN NEWNSAN BILL NORTH LYLE OLSON
Kiflqsville Wyaconda Detroit, Michigan
LEWIS PERRY JOANN PETERSHAGEN MARILYN PETERSON
La Plata St. Louis Bynunwille
JAMES POSEY GERALD PRIMM SARAH PULLS
Macon .Queen City Kirlqsville
LOIS RAINS ALTA MAE RAUER
ANN SUE ROGERS ROBERT ROBIINE
Brashear Chariron, Iowa
JOYCE SBTTLE JESSE SHAHAN
New Franklin Brashear
DOUGLAS SMITH V BETTY SMITH
Seymour, Iowa Richmond Heights
FREDA STRATE MARION STROHMAN
Palmyra Chariton, Iowa
ESTELLA RITCHEY JAMES ROBINSON DONALD ROEMERMAN
Kirlqsville Palmyra Blalqesburg, Iowa
MARTHA ROY WALTER RYLE. JR. ETHEL SARGENT
Kirlqswlle Kirlqsville Meadville
RICHARD SHEPHERD FRANK SLOAN CHARLES SMITH
Seymour, Iowa Kwlqsvzlle Otturnwa, Iowa
ROBERT STALHUT WILLIAM STATELER ROBERT STEWART
Edwardsville, Ill. Hurdland Lirmeus
JULIA SWARTHOUT SHIRLEY TESHAW DONNA THOMAS
Charlton. Iowa Eolia La Plata
JUDITH TODD JOHN TROUTNER SHIRLEY TRUITT
Osgood Eolia Kiflqsville
FRANK WAYMAN JAMES WAYMAN KENNETH WERR
Kivlgsville Greentop Shelbyville
RUDOLPH WILLIAMS, JR. PAT WILSON JOHN Wiss
Crocker Milan High Hill
BERNARD WOLFORD DOROTHY WALKER JAMES WARD
Ethel Hannibal Kiflgsville
BERTIN WHITE WILLIAM WHITE YVONNE WILGUS
Madison Kwlgsuille Atlanta
WILLIAM WOLF MARVIN YocUM JOHN GOURLEY
Hardin, Mont. Byniwnville St. Louis
The sponsors of the sophomore class take
an active part in class activities and can be
counted on to give guidance and advice when
it is needed. Dr. Nan E. Wade and Dr. Hamilf
ton P. Easton were the guiding force behind
oflicers Chris Martin, president, Burl Arnold,
vicefpresidentg Peggy Cullen, secretaryftreasf
urerg Al Howard, council man, and Ann Sue
Rogers, council Woman.
The difficult job of the freshman class
sponsor is to assist the new students in mak
ing adjustments, solving the problems that
may arise, and becoming acquainted with the
school. Mrs. Irene Dailey and Eli F. Mittler
extended a welcoming hand to the freshmen
this year, and assisted officers Monte Wike
president, Bob Schnucker, vicefpresident
Constance Hanson, secretary, Marvin Silver
JANE ADAMS, Memphisg DONNA ALLEN, ,S2umcy, Ill., LARRY ALLRED, Kirlqsmlleg GEORGE ANASTASOFF, St. Lows,
JOANNE ANDERSON, St. Carherineg ROIXERT ANDERSON, La Plata, BEssIE APPLING, Vandalia.
RICHARD ARNETT, Kirlqsvilleg NELL BALL. Marcelineg CHARLES BARNETT, Kirlqsvilleg RICHARD BARNETT, Cumberland.
Maryland, ALDEN BINGIIAM, Kirlgsvilleg BOBBIE BIONDI, Macong BEVERLY BLEVINS, Corydon, Iowa.
JAMES BOGLE, Moulton, Iowag DOLORES BOONE, Indianola, Iowa, DONALD BORROSRY, Nzles, Ohio, JUANITA BORRON.
Green Castle, BETTE BOVVEN, La Platag RICHARD BUYER, Hannibalg LUJEAN BRADLEY, Kwlgsuille.
EVAH BRAGG, Novingerg FRANCIS BRAMMER, Macong JO ANN BROCREELD, Warrentong DALE BROXNN, Macon, LOUISE
BROWN, St. Carherineg ROBERT BROWN, Lancasterg SHIRLEY BROWN, Newton, Iowa,
ELMER BROWNE, Afftong PEGGY BROWNING, Browningg RAYMOND BRUNNER, St. Lows, MARILYN BUGHMAN, Keolqulq,
Iowag BRUCE BIIRDETT, Milang JERRY BIIRGENER. Marcelineg TIIOMAS BURRHART, Macon.
DOROTHY BURTON, Mdang JEANNE BURTON, Kwksulleg NELL CALDW'ELL, Bowling Greeng BETTY CARNEY, Leonavd
RALPH CHANEY, Kirksmlleg VICTOR CHILDERS, Rutledgeg STANLEY CHRISTMAN, Kivksville.
RUSSELL CLAYTON, Bloomfeld, Iowag EVELYN COCHRAN, M1lang JOSEPH COCHRAN, Boonvilleg WILLIAM COMES, Maple
wood, MARY ANN CONNER, Raytowng BARBARA CONNOLLY. Cano, Ill., BONNIE COOR, Kirlgsville.
NORMA COONFIELID, Novingerg CARL COSSEL, Downingg EDWARD Cox, 'Troyg MARY LYNN Cox, University Cnty, WIL
LIAM CRABTREE, Kwksrilleg JEAN CRANMER. Chillicothe, MARILYN CRAWFORD, La Plata.
ROBERT CUMMXNS, St. Louisg N.ANCY CUNDIEE, K1TkSl'ill6f.IOLENE DAX'IDFON. Kirksrilleg SHIRLEY DAX'IS, Bowlmg Green
HOWARD DEARKNG, Marcelineg ANTHONY DEEO, St. Lowsg RICHARD DEERFIELD, Montrose, Iowa.
JANET DELX'ENTliAL. Wfzrrentong CHARLES DICKRIANN, Mt1TIhdS1'lIl6j EUGENE DIECKGUFE, Owensrilleg CliARLES DIL
LENDER, Maplewoodg MADALYN DIXON, Unionwlleg IV1,-XRGARET DIXON. Bloomfield. lowag CAROLE DODSON. Com.
BILLY DOLDT, Kirlgsvilleg KATHRYN DOUGHTY, Jamesportg BETTY DOUGLAS, Callaog MARY LOUISE DRAKE, Elmer
CHARLES DUNARD, Troyg JOHN DURHAM, E. St, Louis, Ill.g RITA EARLY, Edina.
BOB EDWARDS, Boonvilleg LUCY ELLISON, Williamstown, VIRGINIA EUBANK, Clifton Hillg ALAN FAWCETT, St. Louis'
JEANNE FENNEL, Moberlyg GRACE FERGUSON, Broolgfeldg GENE FINE, Bellflower.
RICHARD FINNERTY, Keolqulq, Iowa, NANCY FLAHERTY, Louisianag BARBARA FOUST, Richmond Heiglitsg MARY FOX
Mendong MARY ANN FUNK, Kiflgsvilleg HUGH GARDNER, Kifksvilleg JUNE GARDNER, Louisiana,
RANDOLPH GILLUM, Unionvilleg JAMES GOEKE, Greentopg JOSEPH GOEKE, Kirlgsvilleg PAUL GONNERMAN, Hurdlandg
MYRA GORMAN, Laddoniag FRED GOULD, New Londong JUANITA GRAVES, Lancaster.
JACQUELINE GRAY, Maplewoodg BARBARA GREEN, Broolgjieldg EDWARD GREEN, La Platag ELAINE GRIEEEN, Hannibal'
DONALD GRISAMER, Green Casrleg BILLY GUERNSEY, Aibelag HOWARD HALL, Mexico.
PAUL HALL, Boonmlleg BETTY HALLS, Corydong SUE HALQMONS, Annstrongg JAMES HANRAHAN, Sr. Louis, CONST,ANCE
HANSON, Krrlgsvilleg ELEANOR HARRISON, St. Louisg PATRICIA HARNDEN, Allerton, Iowa.
THOMAS HAROLD, Boonvilleg DORMALEE HARRINOTON, Buclgling DONALD HARVEY, Shelbyvilleg KAREN HATHAWAX',
'Trentong RAYMOND HENLEY, JR,, Clarlqsvilleg NORMAN HERNDON, St. Claivg JOAN HIESRODT, Atlanta.
JAMES HIGGINS, Kirlqsvilleg JERRY HILBER, Shelbymlleg BARBARA HILL, Humplzfreysg DONALD HOOKER, Downi-ngg RUTH
HOCKETT, Seymour, lowag LINDA HOLMAN, Moberlyg ALFRED HOLZMEIER, Kirkwood.
JIMMIE HOPKINS, Ajftrmg JANE HOYT, Gambier, Ohiog JOHN HUBBARTT, St. Louisg JACQUELYN HUDSON, St. Louisg MARY
HULSE, La Platag ROBERT JACQUES, Novingerg WILLIAM JACQUES, Novingev.
ROBERT JARRETT, E. Sr. Louis, Ill.g BETTY JOHNSON, Mzlang MERILX'N JOHNSON, Blalqesburg, Iowag JANIS JUERCEN9'
IAEYER, Warrenmng ROY KEARNS, Wyacondag JANETTE KEESLING, Salisbury ELMER KELSO, Ethel.
NANCY KENDRICK, Keokuk, Iowag LEWIS KENT, Clarlqsvilleg HELEN KERBY, Lancaster, JEAN KETCHAM, Atlantag KEITH
KIMMEL, Green Castleg JOYCE KISSNER, St. Louisg MARGARET KLOTE, Edina.
ANNA KORSEN, Meaduilleg EMIL KRESSIC, Salisbury, DALE LAFAVER, Pollock, BARBARA LA FAVER, Green Cityg ALVIN
LAIRD, New Salem, 1ll.g OWEN LAMB, Palisade, Nebrg RAOIIL LAUDENSLAGER, St. Louis.
WILLIAM LEPLEY, Allerton, Iowag VERA LEWEDAC, St. Louisg HERBERT LEWIS, La Grangeg WANDA LEWIS, Russell,
Iowa, WILLIARI LINHARDT, Powersvilleg DONNA LOIJCII, Wyaconnlag BILLY LOUGHERTY, Atlanta.
VALDEEN LOVELESS, Edinag ELEANOR LOWE, Kwlgsvilleg FLORENCE LUDWIG, Browningg WILLIAL1 MACKIE, Kzrlqswlleg
JEAN MADSEN, St. Louisg BRUCE MARSHALL. Montreal. Quelvecg Jo ANN IVIASON, Salxslmry.
LUCY MCCALLY', O1-erlandg ERIOCENE MCCOLLUBI, New Bosrfmg Ixl,-'SNA MCCCRD, Monroe Crtyg GLENICE MCCCL'
LOUGH, Bloomfield, Iowa, MICNON IVICCURDY, Umong BETTY IVICKANNA, Kansas Cay, PATRICIA lVIClVlICHAEL.1AkIlt17'l!d.
PPIESHMAN EL SS
MAX MGROEERT, Memphisg DORSIE MERRELL, La Belleg MXKE MICKALEK, Clear Lake, Iowa, TWILA MIKEL, Kirksvilleg
MARGARET MILAM, Parisg DONALD MILES, La Platag DONALD MILLER, Novinger. '
GEORGE MILLER, Macong JOE MITCH, New Canmbriag CARL MITTEN, Medillg COLLEEN MOORE, Jacksonvilleg JERRY
MOORE, Queen City PATRICIA MOORE, La Plata, CHARLES MOOTS, Greentop.
ANN MORGAN, Wyacondag WARD MORSE, Kirksvilleg ROBERT MOTLEY, New Hartfordg DON MUGKERMAN, Overlandg
JOE MUREIN, Lewistown, DONALD MURPHY, Oakwoodg GLENN MURPHY, Brookfeld.
JOYCE MYERS, Hannibal, PHYLLIS MYERS, Allevton, Iowa, HARRY NEWCUM, Kirksvilleg CATHERINE NICOL, Kirksville
DUANE NORMAN, Kwksville, DOROTHEA NORMILE, Edinag JANE NOY'INGER, Kwksville. w
LEWIS OGLE, Louisiana, LELAH MAE OTTO, Kirksvilleg FLOYD OVERSTREET, Kirksvilleg DARLENE CWENS, New Bostong
LOU ANN PARRISH, Goring SARA BETH PASI-I, La Platag ADDIE PEAK, Paris.
DENNIS PEARSON, Greentopg CARLA PETERSON, La Platag ROY PHILLIPS, Brasliearg DOROTHY PILAND, Bvashearg JAMES
PREssLEY, Sparta, Ill, GEORGE PREXVITT, High Hillg SHIRLEY PULI5, Kirlqsville.
JAMES QUIGLEY, Greentopg MORRIS QUINT, Boonvilleg ROBERT REGER, Hannibalg MARTHA REINHARD, Pollock, DONALD
RETHMEYER, Clayton, ROBERT RHODES, Centerg BILL RIGGS, Osgood.
JOHN RITTER, St. Louisg BETTY ROEERTS, Macong KENNETH ROBERTS, Bvoolqfieldg FRED ROCK, Novingerg PATRICK ROGERS,
Callaog KENNETH Ross, Madison, lll.g JOHN RUNX'ON, Shelbyville.
PATRICIA SAVAGE, Lacledeg BOE SCHNUCRER, Kirlqsvilleg JOAN SCHRODER,'Hd11Y11l7dlj JERRY SCHROEDER, Granite City,
IU.g ROGER SCHWARZTRAUBER, E. St. Louis, Ill.g DON SCOTT, Clinton, Iowag DOROTHY SCOTT, Wyaconda.
LARRY SEARS, Allerton, Iowag TOMMY SHALLEY, Rutledge, JAMES SHARP, Edinag ANNABELLE SHELTON, Unionvilleg
DONALD SHEUMAKER, Bloomfield, Iowag DAVID SHINN, Kirlgsvilleg MARVIN SILVER, Hannibal.
SARA DEAN SIMMONS, Milang HENRY SIMPSON, Kirksvilleg WILLARD SIMS, E. St. Louis, Ill.g GLENN SLATES, Quincy, Ill,
DONALD SLOAN, Kifksvilleg VIRGIL SMITI-I, Kirksvilleg JAMES SPARKS, Kiiksville.
JOHN SPICER, La Belleg GNDREL STAFFORD, JR., Kirksvilleg RICHARD STELPLUGH, Meadvilleg HAROLD STEWART, Macombg
DONALD STRANGE, Boonvilleg DAVID STRICRLER, Edinag MAX THOMPSON, Allerton, Iowag ADELBERT TOLLENAAR,
MARY TUCKER, Bloomfield, Iowag KATHRYN TURNER, Centmliag SAMUEL TURNER, Lirmeusg JUILANB VAN HOUTEN,
Moberlyg ARRIETTA VARNUM, Kwksrilleg MARVIN VERCLER, Clienoa, Ill.g ETI-IEL WALKER, Ashtong WILLIAM WALKER,
RICHARD WALL, Milang KENNETH WAYEILL, Bloomfield, Iowag JOYCE WIAYMAN, Greentopg JOAN WEEKLEY, Louisianag
SARA WEHMEYER, Princeton, W. Va., WILLIA WELCH, Salisbury, BETTY WELDON, New Towng CHARLES WEST, Tucson,
VIRGINIA WEST, Kivlqsvilleg CORNELLA WHEELER, Kivlgsvilleg MONTE WIRE, Kiiksvilleg ROBERT WILLIS, Kirksvilleg
MARY JEAN WILSON, Bowling Greeng JAN WIMP, Kirlqsvilleg SHIRLEY YAGEL, Broolqjleldg RUTH YOUNG, Lucerne.
Row 1: Gerd Rydelius, Farida Fallah,
Elena Lanzani. Row 2: Alicia Prado, Mille
Hansen, Edwin Chaverri, Mia Snel. Row 3:
Bruce Marshall, Ernst Sticht, Ming johnson,
The Teachers College boasted of one dozen foreign students this
year. Coming to this campus as exchange students, they represented
ten different countries.
Kirksville's foreign students were Mille Hansen, Copenhagen,
Denmark, Helena Rydelius, Gothenburg, Sweden, Earida Eallah, Teheran,
Iran, Alicia Prado, Atenas, Costa Rica, Mia Snel, Losser, Hollandg
Elena Lanzani, Madrid, Spain, Edwin Chaverri, Heredia, Costa Rica,
Ming Johnson, Trinidad, B. W. I., Richard Giddens, Cntario, Canada.
Bruce Marshall, Montreal, Canada, Ernst Sticht, Baernreuth,Ger1nany
Gweneth Irene Roberts, Australia.
A ETIV1 TIES
Fundly cling we tn the mem'ry
Uf old "Missnuri's Son."
Row 1: Linus Dowell, Cecil H. Allen, sponsor,
William Holmes, John Kelly, Mary Bliss, Ilene
Guffey, john Ritter. Row 2: Mike Mickalek,
Margaret Stewart, Ann Sue Rogers, Al Howard,
Dwight DeRosear, Patricia McAnulty, Martha
STUDE T EUUNEIL
Lots of work and little glory, the usual fate of This year's activities included the freshman orien'
student governments, has made no exception of the tation program, the allfschool show, the Homecoming
Teachers College Student Council. This hardfworking dance, open houses, the Christmas dance, payment of
council met each week, planned and presented dances half of the expense of the cheerleaders' sweaters, and
from the smoothest formal to the Hard Times Dance, the Echo dance.
conducted receptions, parties, and other allfschool The Constitution of the Student Association of
entertainment. Dr. C. H. Allen is the council adviser. the Northeast Missouri State Teachers College was
Jack Kelly, president, was ably assisted thig year revised in October to limit and expand the power of
by Bill Holmes, vice president, Mary Bliss, secretary, the Student'
Ilene Guffey, treasurer, Councilwoman Pat Mc' Student body elections with their poster wars,
Anultyg Councilman Linus Dowellg and Council mem' campaign badges, and rallies stir up the campus each
berfatflarge Margaret Stewart. Class representatives spring as the next year's officers are elected. This
were john Ritter and Mike Mickalek, freshmen, Al year's election was held on May I. With all this
Howard and Ann Sue Rogers, sophomores, Dwight excitement these students do have a serious job-
DeRosear and Martha Bess James, juniors, David that of keeping the student body activities functioning
Gooch, senior. and running smoothly.
The Student Social Committee is organized for help of Henry Scott, assistant, and Elaine Meyer,
the purpose of serving the students and providing a secretary. Mary Kerr, secretary to the Dean of
Wellfrounded program of interest and entertainment Women, acted as adviser this year.
for the student throughout the school year.
Volunteer members of the committee this year
Social activities ofthe year were begun with the were Burl Arnold, Doom Bunch, Madalyo Dlxoos
Freshman Frolic during freshman orientation. Through Lois Dye, Merle Fleming, Gleh Fugate, Mary Lou
the year the Social Committee sponsored open houses, Lovehee, Elaine Meyer, Jean Mefjollom, Mike Mlcka,
teas, square dances, Hard Times Day Dance, and the lek, Martha Roy, Alma Lou Salladay, Henry Scott,
spring picnic. The year's activities were highlighted Drek Vaughn, and Browhre Veeeh.
with three big dances, the Homecoming Dance with
Don Ragoifs dance band, the Christmas Dance with Af the Weekly meetings Of the eemmittee the
Charles Drakeg hand, ood the Echo Dahee. members discussed and attempted to solve problems of
Headed by members of the Student Council and
acting under its supervision, the Student Social Com- Thus the Student Social Committee took the lead
mittee was made up of student volunteers. Dave in making campus life more interesting and e
Gooch acted as chairman of the committee with the ing.
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The active Teachers College hand, directed by Paul
Struh, was a featured attraction at football games, hasketf
hall games, and parades this year. The organization also
took part in school affairs and held parties for its memhers.
Organized with a constitution, the hand was under the
direction of studentfelected officers Don Shippee, president,
Al Howard, vice president and Dorothy Frazer, secref
Transformed into a riftyffive piece concert hand the
group toured the St. Louis area with the Nemo Singers to
present twenty concerts at high schools from March 519.
A preftour concert was presented in La Plata, and a post'
PAUL STRUB tour concert in Kirk Auditorium on lviarch 15.
Row 1' Norma Stevens. Vvhlliam Stateler, Richard Vwlall, Valdeen Loveless, Shirley Hill. Row 1, Olen Brad'
shaw, Joan Hiesrodt. Annahelle Shelton. D, Harpham, Alfred Leathers, Don Boone. Row 3: Don Shippee, John
Huhhard. Donna Lough. Sara Simmons. Charlie Blackwell, James Burris. James Hanrahari. Row 4: lviarilynn Lamh-
din, Jeannie Landman. Joyce lvlyers, lrwin.Briek. Dorothy Frazer, June Miirtiii. Jeanette Hornoc ker Poole. Al Howard
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The college was honored this year in he ving ro
students selected for membership in "Whos Who
Among Students in American Universities and
Nominees are chosen from the junior and senior
classes by a faculty committee on the basis of
scholarship, leadership, service, and future promise.
Members are given a certificate of recognition
and a biographical listing in the annual directory.
The NEMO Singers, a cappella choir, came into
being in November this year, when the need for a
vocal ensemble for the hand tour was felt.
Paul Strub, director, selected the group from
the band and solicited the aid of eight nonfband
members to make a balanced group of 16 singers.
While preparing its tour program the group
held rehearsals twice a week.
NEMU Sl EERE
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Snooping behind the scenes, getting the scoops,
and faithfully reporting them to the student body
were the achievements ofthe Teachers College Index
staff this year under the guidance of Miss Agnes
Slemonind student editors. The newspaper again
this year reported the latest news of clubs, sports,
classes, students, and other activities, and thus became
a valuable source of information for the students and
Marjorie Smith, Hannibal, drew the editorship
for the fall quarter. Collecting and writing the news
was the job of Maxine Kemplin, Margaret Casebeer,
Mary Lou Clough, Kenneth Barker, David Strickler,
Fritzi Worrell, Wanda Kimbrell, and Bill Richmond.
Frank Havis was the business manager and photogf
Mary Lou Clough, Kirksville, became editor in
the winter quarter and was assisted by Margaret
Casebeer, Kenneth Barker, Fritzi Worrell, Carrol
Marge Smith, Mary Lou Clough, Fritzi Worrell, Ann Sue
Elsea, David Strickler, Anna Ruth Shinn, Marjorie
Clough, Henry Simpson, Harold Kelley, and freshman
reporters. Henry Scott took charge of the business
matters, and the photography was done by Robert
The spring quarter saw Fritzi Worrell, New Hart'
ford, and Ann Sue Rogers, Brashear, as cofeditors.
Their staff consisted of Guy Burton, Delpha Syler and
I DEX STAFF
Row rg Henry Scott, Anna Ruth Shinn, Mary Lou Clough. Marjorie Smith, Fritzi Worrell. Row 21 Joan
Weekley, Marjorie Clough, Bob Schnucker, Henry Simpson, Dave Strickler, Margaret Casebeer, Agnes Slemons,
sponsor, Carrol Elsea.
"Rivals" cast, seated: Harrington, Cady, 1. Goeke. Standing: Hubbartt,
Dean, Tibbles, Kaye, Parks, Traylor, Rissler, Scott, Browning, Houchins.
With the selection of uThe Rivalsll by Sheridan
as the fall quarter production, the Teachers College
dramatic season was in full swing,
The presentation, directed by Miss Betsy Worrell,
was cast with Bill Traylor, Collette Cady, Paul Kaye,
Dormalee Harrington, Peggy Browning, Rollie Houch-
ins, David Rissler, Boyd Tibbles, Evelyn Parks, jim
Goeke, john Hubbartt, Don Scott, and june Dean.
It was presented in the Little Theater November 7,
Hubbartt. Browne, Drake, Parcells, Goeke, Hanrahan, Scott in
onefact play, 'kCommon Clay."
The production staff under the direction of Don
Powell filled the theater with the eighteenth century
atmosphere with elaborate settings and expert light'
In the eleventh annual MidfWest Speech Tournaf
ment held on the campus in November Bill Traylor
placed first in the selected poetry division with his
reading of 'LAnd So Todayf' Cecelia Tablet won
second place in the original poetry division for her
The Teachers College was unable to
out do the contestants from West'
minster, Rockhurst, and Bradley in the
debate division. Rita Early, Laura
Hulse, Fred Hanes, Paul Andereck,
Walter Ryle, and Burleigh Arnold made
a good showing as debate teams.
Cnefact plays in February provided
entertainment for the student body and
experience for the play direction class.
Included on the two programs were
"Riders to the Sea," directed by Collette
Cady, "The Beggar and the King,"
Evelyn Parks, "Common Clay," Frances
Parcells, i'The Valiant," Donald Sandf
ers, and "The Wonder Hat," Dixie
Left, George Waddill, Laura Hulse, in "The Beggar and the King." Right,
Dormalee Harrington, Mary Lynn Cox, jan Wimp. in "Riders to the Sea."
'LT he Vocal Chords," choral reading group organ'
ized last year after the production of "Antigone,"
sprouted wings this year with the use of costumes,
lighting effects, and modern dance. Directed by Miss
Betsy Worrell, the group combines words and panto'
mime in presenting poetic selections.
Members of the group are Paul Kaye, Rollie
Houchins, Frances Parcells, Martha Roy, Mignon
McCurdy, Peggy Browning, Walter Ryle, and Bill
Walter Ryle, -Ir., Rollie Houchins, Peggy Browning, Frances
Parcells, Mignon McCurdy, Martha Roy, Paul Kaye, Bill Traylor,
members of Vocal Chords.
Something new in dramatics at the Teachers Col'
lege was a successful experiment with the Ntheaterf
infthe-round." At an assembly program in March
Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" was pref
sented in this fashion. The cast of the play included
Miss Betsy Worrell, jan Wimp, Gordon Grober, Bill
'iThe Bishop's Mantle," by Marion L. Johnson,
was selected as the spring show directed by Sherod
Collins. Don Powell was in charge of stage settings,
Raymond lloekc. Al Leathers. Herschel Burris, Zolene lvlelvin. Pliradie Wells, dwecrorg Al Howard,
David Rissler. ,lim Goclce. Mary 'lane Goeke. -ludy Todd, Ruth Hockctt. Anna Lynn Plcnge.
Following the successful presentation of the
"Bartered Bride" last spring, Miss Phradie
Wells directed the chorus to another success
with the comic opera 'LEl Capitanu lay john
Philip Sousa, presented this year April IS and
With the cooperation of the orchestra in
providing musical accompaniment, the art def
partinent providing stage settings, and the
speech department assisting with acting, the
opera was a major production.
The cast of i'El Capitanii included David
Rissler as Don Mediguzi, Herschel Burris as
Dom Cazarro, Raymond Goeke and Al Howard
as Count Verrada, ,ludith Todd as Estrelda,
lviary jane Goeke and Anna Lynn Plenge as
lsahel, Kathryn Doughty as Princess lvlargf
lianza, Don Scott as Scaramha, Marx'in Yokuin
as Nevado, Neil Derrick as Montalba, Dale
Brown as General Herhana, james Goeke and
Alfred Leathers as Senor Pozzo.
Memlners of the chorus made up the choruses
of Spanish and Peruvian ladies and gentlemen.
Backstage snapshots of the chorus
for the "Bartered Bride,"
Directed by Karl Webb, head of the
music department, the Teachers College
orchestra of 30 pieces presented its iirst conf
cert of the year in the Little Theater on
February 18. The program included num'
bers by Bach, Gounod, Brahms, Schubert,
Students, faculty members, and towns'
people volunteer their time for the orchestra
rehearsals. This year's members were Ray'
mond Brunner, Norma LaVoo, Bernadine
Poe, Thomas Reed, George Rubin, Donald
Sanders, joan Schroder, Martha Wilson, Al
Howard, Barbara Madorin, Kurt Ballard,
Martha Roy, Ruth Cowan, Kathleen Guyer,
Donna Lough, Leon Karel, joetha Asher,
John Hubbartt, Don Shippee, Waneta Frazer,
Mary Lou Clough, james Hanrahan, Robert
Romine, Dick Finnerty, Marion Strohman,
Irene Drennan, Robert Kneeland, Dorothy
Frazer and Irwin Brick.
In addition to its spring concert the
orchestra provided accompaniment for the
chorus in the presentation of the opera, "El
Karl Webb, director, instructs Norma
LaVoo, first violinist.
Row If Martha Wilson. Raymond Goeke. Norma LaVoo, Martha Roy. Don Shippee, .Ioetha Asher, john Hub'
bartt. Leon Karel, Donna Lough, Al Howard. joan Schroder, Barbara Madorin, Bernadine Poe, Raymond Brunner.
Row 2: Karl Webb, directorg Ruth Cowan. Dick Finncrty. Kathleen Grim, Bob Kneeland, Irene Drennan, james
Hanrahan. lrwin Brick. Dorothy Fra:er.
Top right: Students turned out in numbers for the snake
dance and bonfire after the pep rally. The preceding day
Blue Keyers gathered together much wood and material
to assure a huge fire in honor of the Queen and to continue
pep and enthusiasm for the next day's activities.
As a result of the unceasing efforts of Blue
Key, this year's Homecoming was bigger and
better than ever. Homecoming activities crashed
to a start with a pep rally in Kirk Auditorium
on Friday, October 27. Complete with pep
band, cheerleaders, and speakers, the rally
roused the spirit and provided a queen for the
With Bill Shinn, '4Q, as master of ceremonies
pep talks were given by Sheriff Grossnickle and
Highlighting the evening was the coronation
of Susan Shale as Homecoming Queen. After
the rally she was honored at the snake dance
Below: Part of the 65fpiece teachers college marching band
leading a group of sixty units, including floats, high school
bands, cars, and students, during the largest homecoming
parade ever staged in Kirksville.
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Above: Miss Susan Shale, Sophomore stu' l
dent from Macon, is caught by the photogf '
rapher just as she enters the athletic stadium
to receive recognition from the Homecoming
crowd as Queen of the IQSI Homecoming
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Below: Climaxing two days of
activity, the homecoming dance
was held Saturday night in thc
Kirk Auditorium gymnasium.
Tired hut happy, the student
body anticipates another home'
coming to equal this one next
One of the largest parades ever seen in Kirks'
ville started from the college Saturday morning.
Led by the Teachers College marching band, the
parade contained about 6o units. High school
bands were here from Brookfield, Macon, Unionf
ville, Lancaster, Warrenton, Atlanta, Milan, Green
City, Memphis, Fayette, Bucklin, Brunswick,
Palmyra, Queen City, Allerton, Ia., Downing,
Moberly, Edina, La Plata, Marceline, Salisbury.
The MidfCentury Founders Day and Home'
coming Luncheon held Saturday noon in Sociability
Hall celebrated the 83rd anniversary of the found'
ing of the college, the Golden Anniversary of the
class of rooo, and the Silver Anniversary of the class
of 1925. Dr, Charles Garner, 125, was the main
speaker, and Clifton Cornwell, '25, acted as toast'
master. President Ryle gave a short welcoming
talk. Special music was presented.
Preceding the game with the Warrensburg
Mules the queen and her court were introduced.
In the royal court were Jean McGregor, Kathleen
Guyer, Frances Parcells, joan Schroder, Mille
Hansen, and Nancy Caldwell.
Prize winning floats of the morning were pa'
raded at the game. The Industrial Arts Club
again took first place with its moving Merryfgof
round float. Second prize went to Sigma Tau
Gamma for "Trim the Pants Off Warrensburg."
Sigma Sigma Sigma was awarded third prize for its
"Worm Your Way Out of This One, Mules."
The sophomores defeated the freshmen for the
third consecutive year in the tugfofwar before the
game. The losers were doused with perfume.
A tired but spirited student body turned out
for the annual Homecoming Dance held in Kirk
Auditorium Saturday night to climax the Home'
coming activities. Music was furnished by Don
Ragon and his band.
Organization Division Frontispiece: The
winning Industrial Arts Club Float.
Above: The second place Sigma Tau
Gamma fraternity float, the third place
Sigma Sigma Sigma float and the beautif
ful International Club entry.
MISS SUSAN SHALE
Features of the Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity
Skit. Above, Debo sings: Below, Rissler and
Huhlaartt present "Honeyhun."
Memlwers of the "South Pacific" hand rest
during intermission in the night clulw. held in the
Step right ui folk ll
The Student Council again made a name for
itself in planning the AllfSchool Carnival held
this year on February 2. Under the direction of
black Kelly, president, and Dr. C. H. Allen,
adviser, council members supervised halloting,
concessions, skits, and the coronation.
Climaxing the capers of the evening was the
coronation of Wiiiida St. Clair and Bud Elam
as Carnival Queen and King hy jack Kelly. A
sophomore from Kahoka, Wzindii represented
Delta Sigma Epsilon. Bud, a junior from
Brookfield, represented Phi Sigma Epsilon.
Mziking up the royal court were Donna
Bunch, Alpha Sigma Alpha: Betty Couch, Sigma
Selling script at the carnival entrance in lou er Kirk
Faculty skit featured the "Adcnoids." composed of Duane
Cole, Hans Hagemann. Lula Allen, Kathryn Riddle, Eula
-lump. Pliradie Wt'lls. XV. A. Browne. and Bill lvlinnr.
Sigma Sigmag Dorothy Scott, Pi Kappa Sigmag
and Chris Iviartin, Sigma Tau Gamma. Escorts
were Bill Traylor and David Janson.
lim Stookey, '5o, acted as master of ceref
monies for the skits presented in Kirk Audie
torium. The first prize skit, "A Faculty Counf
cilf' was given hy Phi Sigma Epsilon. Second
prize went to Alpha Sigma Alpha for "School
Spirit," and Sigma Tau Gamma was awarded
third prize for its musical skit.
Always a prize winner without a prize, the
faculty skit featured the "Messrs, of Song," the
"Adenoids," and the k'Bats from the Static
Attic." It was directed by Charles "ChifChi"
Vlanda St. Clair. Queen. and
Charles Elam, King. preside
over the court.
The Messrs. of Song. a quartet composed of Ed Goold
Take a chance on winning the little lady a Kurt Ballard. Leon Karel and R. E. Valentine. charmed th
prize!! crowd with their harmonious renditions.
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With deadlines rearing their ugly
heads around corners, and wintry
afternoons and evenings spent in the
upper room .... such was the life
of the Echo Staff members.
Editor David Janson spent a trying
but satisfying year slowly putting tof
gether the 1951 Echo. Assistant Edif
tor, Mary Lou Clough, contributed
much more than her share of the time
in learning the trade.
Frank Havis, Hugh Gardner, Bob
Schnucker, and Don lviurphy could be
found at all hours in the dark room,
trying for that next deadline.
D.-Wm R. jfxxsox, Editor
Row 1' Frances Parcclls, Fred Hanes, Kurt Ballardi spomorg David Alanson. lviary Lou Clough. Rmu 2' jan
Winxp, Betty lviclianna, Hugh Gardner, Bob Schnucker. Anna Ruth Sliinn. lviargaret Casebeer,
Seated: Betty McKa1nnz1, ldary Lou Clough. Srandm Fred Hines Daxid lan on Hugh C ardner Bob Schnucker
FRED P. HANES, Business Manager
Jan Wimp, Betty McKanna, Anna
Ruth Shinn, Margaret Casebeer, and
Donna Thomas all made their editorial
Heading the business staff was Fred
Hanes, Business Manager, who, along
with his assistant, Frances Parcells,
had a season's work paying the bills,
collecting money, and trying to balf
ance the budget.
Sponsor Kurt Ballard, taking over
the staff guidance reins for the hrst
time, sweated out the hnal outcome
with the staff, as the book went to
press March 21.
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MH. MILTUN MILLER
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Bladly thee nur hearts we tender
State Commixxwnev of Education
BUAHD UF HEGE T5
The Board of Regents, highest administrative and
governing body of the college, is composed of six mem'
hers who are outstanding in business and professional
work in the Northeast Missouri district.
This group of men sets the policies and handles the
iinal business for the college, whether it be employment
of the faculty or the signing of bids for construction
contracts. The State Commissioner of Education is
an exfofficio member of the hoard. These men meet
regularly with the president of the college to discuss
Composing this highly esteemed group are Roland
Zeigel, Kirksvilleg W. A. Cable, Hannibalg Roy Quinn.
Moberlyg P. M. Marr, Milang Herbert Sears, La Platag
and E. E. Swain, Kirksville.
Seated: Walter H. Rylc, Roland Zeigcl. VJ. A. Cable. Roy Quinn. P. M. Marr, Standing: Herbert
Sears, E. E. Swain.
W!-XLTEH HAHHINGTUN HYLE, PRES.
Nurilieasi Missouri Stain Teacliiers Erilleqi:
President Wzilter H. Ryle, who received his Ph.D'
from the George Peahody College for Teachers. holds
the highest individual administrative orhce of the
college. His uneeasing efforts have resulted in a first
rate educational institution as well as one of the most
heautiful campuses in the state. Even though Dr.
Ryle is husy at his inany duties, he is always ready for
a friendly chat,
BS. in Ed- Northeast lviissouri
State Teachers Collegeg A.M.,
and Ph.D., George Peahody Colf
lege: Graduate Student. Univer'
sity of Chicago. Universitv or
ROBERT L. MCKINNEY ROBERT C. AUKERMAN CECIL H. ALLEN
Assistant to the President. Dean of Instruction. Head of the Division of
These are the men who take care of the basic enrollment. All these are part of the Northeast
details of the college, influencing Our lives here, Missouri State Teachers College system which has
perhaps more than we realize . . . buying supplies, kept the school in fine running condition during the
handling financial affairs, helping with vocational years they have taken an active part.
guidance, planning publicity, and helping with
ELI F. MITTLER BAILEY B. WRIGHT HOWARD MORRIS
Head of the Division of Head of the Division of Head of the Division of
Extension Service. Business Service. Maintenance Service.
Counselor, Division of
Director, Bureau of
JAMES J. DOUGHERTY
Head Football Coach.
DR. JOHN B. JONES
NOAH P. RICHARDSON
Director, Bureau of
RICHARD ST. CLALR
JAY L. BLANCHARD
FOREST L. CROOKS
Director, Bureau of
Director of Libraries
Director of Residence.
Director of Ophelia Parish
Junior High School.
KENNETH C. SYKES
Director of Admissions
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Director of Greenwood
Secretary to the President.
Secretary to the
Dean of Wornen.
Secretary, Office of the
Dean of Instruction.
Bookkeeper, Division of
Secretary, Division of
Secretary, Office of
ALMA K. ZOLLER
Secretary to the Assistant
to the President.
Secretary, Office of the
Dean of Instruction.
Bookkeeper, Division of
Bookkeeper, Division of
Secretary, Office ofthe
Dean of Instruction.
JOHN P. AGNEW
Associate Professor of International
A.B., A.M., and Ph.D., University
CECIL H. ALLEN
Professor of Psychology
Graduate, Mississippi State Normal
College, I-Iattiesburgg B.S., A.M.,
Ph.D., George Peabody College,
Graduate Student. University of Chi'
ROBERT C. AUKERMAN
Professor of Education
A.B.. A.M., Wayne Universityg
PhD., University of Michigan.
OTHO L. BARNETT
Assistant Professor of Drafting
Head of Division of Practical Arts
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg M.Ed., University
JOHN L. BIGGERSTAFE
Professor of Music
B.M.. American Conservatory, Chi'
cagog Certificate in Composition. Inf
stitute of Musical Art. Juilliard
School of Music, New York City.
JAY L. BLANCHARD
Instructor in Ornamental
BS. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg MS., Cornell
Associate Professor of
BS. in Ed., Boston Universityg A.M.,
University of Southern Californiag
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.
NORVELL C. ALLEN
Assistant Professor of Agriculture
BS. in Agriculture, A.M., Univerf
sity of Missourig Graduate Student,
University of Missouri, University
Assistant Professor of Applied Arts
Student, National Academy of De-
sign, New York City, BS. in Ed..
Southeast Missouri State College:
Student Southwestern Baptist Semi-
naryg A.M., George Peabody Col'
BERENicE B. BEoos
Assistant Professor of
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg A.M., George Pea'
hody Collegeg Graduate Student,
University of Missouri, University of
Southern California. Northwestern
JOHN D. BLACK
Professor of Zoology
A.B., University of Kansasg A.M.,
University of Indiana, PhD., Uni'
versity of Michigan.
DEAN B. BOWMAN
Acting Instructor of Fine Arts
BEA.. University of Nehraskag
MEA., State University of Iowag
Graduate Student. State University
of Iowag Special Study, Art Students
League of Nevv York City.
WILLIS J. BRAY
Professor of Chemistry
B.Pd., State Normal School, Cape
Girardeau, A.B., B.S. in Ed., A.M.,
Ph.D., University of Missouri.
Instructor of Home Economics
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, M.S., Iowa State
College, Graduate Student, Univer-
sity of Colorado, Iowa State College.
LEw1s C. CLEVENGER
Professor of Botany
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A.M., George Pea'
body College, Graduate Student,
University of Chicago, Ph.D., Cor'
Assistant Professor of Speech
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A.M., University
of Missouri, Graduate Student, State
University of Iowa.
EARL C. CUNNINGHAM
Professor of Philosophy
A.B., West Virginia University,
BD., Colgatefllochester Divinity
School, M.Ed., University of Mis'
souri, Ed.D., University of Missouri.
HAMILTON P. EASTON
Associate Professor of English History
A.B., A.M., University of Michigan,
Ph.D., University of Texas.
WALTER A. BROWNE
Professor of Geography
AB., Southwest State College,
Springfield, A.M., Ph.D., George
CLARA H. CLEVENGER
Professor of Economics
Ph.B., University of Chicago, A.M.,
Stanford University, Ph.D., Cornell
DUANE R. COLE
Instructor in Metals
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, MS., Iowa State
JAMES E. CRITES
Professor of Physics
B.S., Washington State College,
A.M., Columbia University, Ph.D.,
Instructor in Piano and Theory
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, Student American
Conservatory, Chicago, M.Music,
Northwestern University School of
VERA E. FAWCETT
Associate Professor of English
B.S. in Ed., Kansas State Teachers
College, Emporia, A.M., University
of Kansas, Ph.D., George Peabody
College, Graduate Student, Univerf
sity of Iowa.
JOHN C. Goiirziz
Instructor in Instrumental Music
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A.M., State Uni'
versity of Iowa, Graduate Student,
University of Iowa.
HANS H. HAGEMANN
Associate Professor of German
B.A., Clark Universityg A.M.,
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin,
Graduate Student, University of Ber-
G. HAROLD JAMISON
Professor of Mathematics
B.S., A.M., University of Chicago,
Graduate Student, University of Chi'
cago, University of Missouri.
LEON C. KAREL
Associate Professor of Theory
B.M., A.M., Ph.D., State University
W. BOYD KING
Instructor in Physical Education
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A.M., University
VIVIAN W. KLINE
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
A.B., Lincoln Memorial University,
A.M., Western Maryland College,
Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins
University, Harvard University.
EDGAR H. GOOLD, JR.
Associate Professor of Literature
A.B., M.A., Ph.D., University of
Professor of Remedial Reading
Director of Clinical Services
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg A.M., University
of Missouri, Ed.D., Pennsylvania
NOEMY G. JIBBEN
Instructor of Spanish
B.S. in Ed., M. A., Northeast Mis-
souri State Teachers College.
CHARLES E. KAUZLARICH
Assistant Professor of
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg A.M., State Uni'
versity of Iowa, Graduate Student,
State University of Iowa.
ALBERT P. KLINE
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Student, Harvard University, Boston
University, Temple University, A.B.,
Maryland Collegeg PhD., Johns Hop-
PAULINE D. KNOBBS
Associate Professor of Social
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg A.M., Ph.D.,
George Peabody College, Graduate
Student, University of Chicago, Uni'
versity of Wisconsin, University of
Minnesotag Rosenwald Fellow,
George Peabody College, IQ41l,'44.
GLENN F. LESLIE
Professor of Elementary Education
B.S. in Ed., Central Missouri State
College, Warrensburgg A.M., Ed.D..
University of Missouri.
LLORA B. MAGEE
Professor of Home Econo-rriicsg Head
of Division of Home Economics
Student, Stout Institute, Ph.B., Unif
versity of Chicago, A.M., Teachers
College, Columbia Universityg Grad'
uate Student, University of Minnef
sotag Ph.D., Teachers College,
CHARLES W. MARTIN
Professor of Education
B,S. in Ed., State Teachers College,
Cape Girardeau, A.M., Ph.D,. Uni'
versity of Missouri.
IVAN E. MILLER
Professor of Education, Head
of Division of Education
B.Mus., Colorado State Collegeg
A.M.. Ed.D.. University of Denver,
Associate Professor of
A.B., A.M., Ohio State University:
Graduate Student, University of Calf
Assistant Professor of
B.S., A.M., University of Missouri,
Graduate Student, University of Mis'
souri, Teachers College, Columbia
University, University of Chicago.
DELEERT E. MADDOX
Assistant Professor of Physical
Educationg Head, Department
of Health and Physical Education
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg A.M., University
of Missourig Graduate Student.
Teachers College, Columbia Univerf
VIOLA A. MAGEE
Instructor in Latin
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg Graduate Student.
University of Colorado, Vanderbilt
University, A.M., George Peabody
Instructor in Business Education
B.S. in Ed., M.A.. Northeast Mis-
souri State Teachers Collegeg Graduf
ate Student. Indiana University.
Assistant Professor in Woodworking
BS. in Ed.. Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg MS.. Iowa State
Research Lecturer on World
Peace and Far Eastern Affairs
A.B., University of Minnesota:
A.M., Ph.D., Harvard Universityg
Lecturer at New School of Social
Research, New York, Western Ref
serve University. University of Min'
Instructor in History
B.Pd.. State Teachers College, War'
rensburgg B.S., University of Mis'
souri: A.M., University of Wisconf
sing Graduate Student. University of
KATHRYN S. RIDDLE
Assistant Professor of
B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin,
Graduate Student, University of Wisf
consin, University of Minnesota.
ROBERT M. RODNEY
Professor of Literature, Head, Division
of Language and Literature
BSc., Trinity College, A.M., Uni'
versity of Michigan, Ph.D., Univerf
sity of Wisconsin.
Professor of American History,-
Head, Division of Social Science
A.B., B.S. in Ed., University of Mis-
souri, A.M., University of Chicago,
Graduate Student, Columbia Univerf
sity, University of Southern Calif
fornia. University of Colorado.
Instructor of Band Music
B.S. in Ed., A.M., Northeast Mis'
souri State Teachers College.
RALPH E. VALENTINE
Associate Professor of
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, Student, State
University of Iowa, A.M., Teachers
College, Columbia University, Grad'
uate Student, University of Missouri,
Teachers College, Columbia Univer-
sity, Student of Voice under Alvin
Wilson, D. R. Gebhart, Hans Seitz,
William Jaunasheck, Paul Althouse.
KARL E. WEBB
Professor of Theory and Instrumental
Music, Head, Division of Fine Arts
Student, Milliken Conservatory, B.S.
in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A.M., University
of Missouri, Graduate Student, Uni-
versity of Iowa, University of Michif
gan, George Peabody College.
WRAY M. RIEGER
Professor of Chemistry, Head, Division
of Science and Mathematics
Student, Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A.B., University
of Missouri, M.S., University of Chi'
cago, Ph.D., University of Southern
Professor of Secondary Education
A.B., University of Missouri, A.M.,
Teachers College, Columbia Univerf
sity, Graduate Student, University of
Southern California, Teachers Col-
lege, Columbia University.
Assistant Professor of
English and journalism
Graduate, Mary Baldwin Seminary,
Staunton, Virginia, B.S. in Ed.,
A.M., University of Missouri, Grad-
uate Student, University of Missouri,
RICHARD E. SULLIVAN
Associate Professor of
Early European History
A.B., University of Nebraska, A.M.,
Ph.D., University of Illinois.
NAN E. WADE
Associate Professor of Languages
A.B., B.S. in Ed., A.M., Ph.D., Uni-
versity of Missouri, Graduate Stu'
dent, University of Indiana, National
University of Mexico, Private study
Assistant Professor of Vocal Music
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, Student of Voice
under Oscar Saeger, William A.
Brady, Estelle Liebling, William
Bachner, Member Metropolitan Op'
era Company 192234.
Assistant Professor of
BS. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg A.M., George Pea'
hody Collegeg Graduate Student.
University of Wisconsin, University
BAILEY B. Witicznr
Instructor of Rural Economics
AB., Teachers College, San Marcos.
Texas, A.M,. University of Mis'
souri, Graduate Student. University
Instructor in Speech
A.A.. Hardin Collegeg B.S,. Univerf
sity of Missouri, M.S., Northwest'
ern Universityg Graduate Student.
University of Wiscoiisin, Northf
ALMA K. ZOLLER
Instructor in Health
BS. ID Ed.. Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg R.N., Englewood
Hospital School of Nursing, Chicago
SYLVA G. BROWNE
BS. in Ed.. Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg BS. in Library
Science. University of lllinoisg Gradf
uate Student, University of Illinois
CLARA E. YADON
BS. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Collegeg BS. in Lihrary
Science. University of Illinois.
Loan Desk, Main Reading Room, Pickler Lihrary
Associate Pvofcssor of Government
PAUL 0. SELBY
Professor of Business Educationg
Head, Division of Business Education
GHEE WUUD FAEULTY
Greenwood Demonstration School provides an
opportunity for Teachers College students to gain
experience and learn techniques of teaching in the
elementary grades through observation and particif
Miss Willie Whitsoii, ofthe Teachers College
department of education, is the principal of the six'
grade elementary school. The school is adminisf
tered and supervised hy the college according to
agreement with the Kirksville Board of Education.
hrarian: Irma Martin, sixth,
Marie Dougherty. fourth.
Mary Brown. hrstg Ha:el
Smith, first, Dorothy Richard'
son, second. Row 2: Betty
Johns. musicg Earleen Wehf
her, thirdg Juanita jones. art,
Erma Kennedy, Sfthg Dorothy
lvers, kindergarten, lsahel
Miller. fourth: Willie Wliitf
Cphelia Parrish junior High School, like Greenf
wood School, is administered on the hasis of typical
public school situations where college students may
learn principles of administration, methods, and
techniques of teaching and where they may experif
ment to hring ahout improvements.
Located on the Teachers College campus, the
school has as its principal Felix Rothschild, ofthe
department of education at the college.
UPHELIZ-X PAHRISH PM LTY
Row 1: Felix Rothschild.
directorg Viola Magee, Ethf
elyn Boddy, Dorothy Nixon'
Marjorie Murdock. Mary
McCrary, Esther Sadler,
Virginia Swartz. jane Crow,
assistant director. Row 1,
H. T. Hawk. Jane Caplitz,
Charlotte Mittler, Edna Rogf
ers, Mary Estes, Freda
Cooley, Mary Beth Jenson,
Anne Parcells. Leora Dahney.
R. E. Valentine. Row jf vlohn
Goetze. Peter Buhan, Wzxyi-
land Longvvith, H. A. Kirk,
Lyle Carter, Gordon Groher,
Row 1: Nana McCord, li'
STENUGH PHIE UPFIEE
With new ollice and equipment in Kirk Audif
torium the Stenographic Ollice became a small busif
ness this year.
Mrs. Robert McKinney, john Goeke and Mrs.
Emma Hudson make up the syllabi, tests, programs,
and bulletins in this orlice.
Complete with variftyper, copying camera, and
otffset press, the oflice handles the printing needs
of the college.
Row 1. Carl Gutley,
Leo Samuels. Eugene
Barclay. W. E. Patterf
son. Charles Spears,
O, E. Lair, Ernest
Bauer. Row 2: Noble
Rcdmon, Albert Cas'
tiner. Ben Fox, R. V.
Rhoades, V. Schoheld,
Ernest Schofield, S. P.
Holman, D. P. Funk,
B. L. Moore, E, W.
john Goeke, Frances
Hudson. Mary Carter.
Vigorously but coui-teously fighting off the
students in order to scrub and wax floors, paint,
and keep the campus clean, the maintenance staff,
superintended by Howard Morris, competently
carries out its responsibilities in taking care of the
buildings and grounds.
The gardeners on the force take pride in their
shrubs, flowers, and landscaping in general.
MAINTENANCE ST P E
HESIDE IIE HALLS
EULA .I UMP, Director.
Blanton and Nason Halls, completed in
the fall of 1949, provide wholesome living
conditions for men and women students.
Special features of the halls are the maple
furnishings, the cafeteria and dining room, the
lounges, laundry rooms, and the snack har.
East entrance Nason Hall.
Housecouncil: Row 1: Lucy Powell, vicefpresg Ruth
Hufline, Rusty Claypoole. Row 1: Marie Fleming, pres.g
Sara Beth Pash, Mignon McMurdy. Pat Clark. Row 3:
Jeanette Edwards. Peggy Cullen, sec.ftreas.g Evelyn Parks,
.Mn E, ,
-f no .fame ff , ,Q
WMM mmf- very uf, -,
2 HE W if
fy , F
By the dim and flick'rinq light
David Janson, Paul Kaye, Jack Kelly,
Wally Schneider, Bill Traylor, Fred
Veach, Not pictured: Fred Hanes,
Dwight DeRosear, Dan Wisely.
Robert McKinney, sponsorg Jack Acuff,
Benjamin Bourn, Charles Elam, Charles
Fugate, Dave Gooch, Ed Grim, Warren
Hamilton, Rollie Houchins.
Blue Key is an organization of men selected for outstanding
qualities of scholarship, leadership and activity in college life.
Membership is limited to only zo active members on the cam'
pus, and members are chosen by other members from those
men with 6o or more college hours, and who in their estimation
meet the requirements for admission.
Blue Key's motto, "Serving, I Live," is the keynote of the
fraternity's activities. Among the numerous activities carried
out by the members are the planning and execution of the home'
coming parade, a complete directory of students and faculty,
as well as helping with smaller activities.
President Ed Grim assumed his duties in the fall, with
vicefpres. Paul Kaye, secretary Warren Hamilton, and treas.
Benjamin Bourn. Members were sorry to see sponsor Robert
McKinney called to active duty in the Army. Richard Sullif
van, summer sponsor, immediately took his place.
Members of Blue Key stand ready to help with any activf
ity they can, when assistance is needed.
The organization has just completed its tvventyfsixth year
on the campus and awaits another year of service.
Sarilou Andereck, Marge Clough, Arleen Conyers,
jean Cook, Anita Drake, Irene Drennan, Dorothy
Fra er, Joan Hook. Mary johnson, Jeanne jones. Mary
King, Marilynn Lamhdin.
CABBI AL HEY
Cardinal Key, national honorary service sorority and sister
organization to Blue Key, is an organization for women with
outstanding qualities in scholarship and leadership in school
life. This sorority stresses character development by applicaf
tion of the cardinal virtues of life.
Membership in Cardinal Key is held by girls with at least
sixty hours college credit and an "S" average scholastically.
Members are selected by active members of the sorority and
are approved by a faculty committee and the national office.
Active membership is restricted to twenty members.
This year the following held honorary membership in the
organization: Mia Snel, Alicia Prado, Helena Rydelius, Mille
Hansen, Farida Fallah, Elena Lanzani, and Lenora Karch.
Miss Agnes Slemons and Miss Nan Wade have sponsored
the Eugene Fair chapter since its beginning on this campus.
Each year this service group sponsors the Cardinal Key
Song Fest, sells Homecoming buttons, does welfare work at
Christmas time, furnishes ushers for civic and college functions,
and awards 21 scholarship to an outstanding student.
june Martin. Zolenc Perry Melvin. Mary McCrary.
Mary Shirley Waggoner, Marge Smith. Margaret
Stewart. Delpha Syler. Su:anne Vaughn.
ALPHA PHI SIGMA
The celebration of the zoth anniversary of
Alpha Phi Sigma at a convention on this campus in
the summer was the highlight of Alpha chapters
year. The organization, for high school valedictof
rians, salutatorians, and honor students in college,
was founded on this campus in 1930. Mary Lou
Clough was the elected convention delegate from
Row 1: Thelma Baugher.
Constance Hanson, Anna
Ruth Shinn, Mary Lou
Clough, Oren Cale. joan
Hook, Bessie Appling, Marf
jorie Smith. Row 2: Sara Beth
Pash. Irene Drennan, Marilynn
Lamhdin, Glaza Haynes, jackie
Hammons, Winona Hammons.
Emogene McCollum. Mary
jane Murphy, Pat Moore.
Mary lsahel Griffiths. Row 3:
Marvis Holt, Nancy Yager,
Victor Childers, Don Boone,
Raymond Brunner, Ruth
Vaughn. Delpha Syler,
Row 1: Myra Gorman,
Carole Dodson, Barbara La
Faver, .lane Adams, Betty
Roberts, Marie Cowell, jean'
ette Hornocker Poole, Mil-
dred Hampton. Row 2: Lilie
Riechard, Berylena Foutes,
Dormalee Harrington. Freda
Strate, Betty Douglas, Nancy
Caldwell. Gertrude Smith,
Ruth Grady, Virginia Eu'
bank. Row 3: Ford Lowcock,
Elmer Kelso, George Kelso.
Neil Derrick, Chris Martin,
Edward Cox, Donna Allen.
Sponsored by Dr. Hans H. Hagemann, the fraf
ternity had as its officers joan Hook, president,
Bess Appling, vice president, Mary Lou Clough,
secretary: Oren Gale, treasurer.
During the fall quarter 33 new members were
initiated, and a float was entered in the Home'
coming parade. Balloons were sold at the Carnival
in the winter quarter.
Row 1: E. H, Goold, sponsor, james Fox, Walter Tibbles, Dwight DeRosear, john Wohlschlaeger,
David Rissler, Glen Fugate, Robert McCoy. Row 2: Alfred Leathers, Raymond Brunner, Earl Weaver
Billy North, Charles Magruder, Bill Wolf. Eugene Myers, Henry Scott. Row 3: Chris Martin, Dave
Gooch, William Martin, jim Hardy, Everett Gibson, Roy jackson, Marvin Yocum, Pat Wilson.
Guided by its aims of service, leadership, and
friendship, Epsilon chapter of Alpha Phi Omega,
national service fraternity, has had an eventful
year in serving its four helds of service: school,
community, nation, and Boy Scouts.
The new sponsor, Dr. Edgar Goold, was assisted
by oilicers jim Fox, president, Bill North and Ford
Lowcock, vice presidents, Dwight DeRosear, secref
tary, Ray Henley, treasurer, Boyd Tibbles, corref
sponding secretary, john Wohlschlaeger, historian,
and Russel Gilstrap, sergeant at arms.
Smokers for rushees and a banquet for the 24
pledges were social highlights in the fall.
The services of the fraternity were varied this
year. At the Homecoming functions members were
seen in action with a helping hand to all as well as a
ALPHA PHI UMEGA
float in the parade. The fraternity also extended
its service to the Bloodmobile by furnishing trans'
portation for blood donors.
The chapter conducted the March of Dimes
campaign at the college in the winter quarter.
Cloak rooms were opened by Alpha Phi Omega at
every big function of the school.
In the spring the fraternity served Kirksville's
Boy Scouts by helping with Boy Scout Week and
the Boy Scout Circus.
March 30 marked the beginning of the Ugliest
Man contest sponsored by APO on the Teachers
College campus. Designed to become an annual
event, the contest offered a plaque and key to the
Row 1: Ivfarilynn Lambdin,
Gilbert Demry, Berenice
Beggs. sponsorg George Kelso.
sec.. Paul Anelereclc. presif
dent, joan Hook. vice-pres.,
Lois Ivlennerneier. treas.g Dorf
otliy Quigley. Florence Herslif
man. Row 2: Lee Kareli, Sara'
lou Anderecla. Marjorie
Smith, Mzlrie Cowell. Nancy
Yager, ,lean Cook. Mary'
jolinson, Norma La Voc. Shir,
ley Finney. Row jf Beryl
Wellborii, Donald Sanders.
Ford Lowcock. Milton Koger.
George Waddill. Anita Page
HAPPA DELTA Pl
Tau chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, national honof Menibership in Pi Kappa Delta, national forenf
rary PYOf6SSiOH21l Scvciety, i1Wif6S I0 m6mlUCfShiP sic society sponsored by Sherod Collins, is acquired
Students Wh0 5h0W Commemlflble Personal Cluall' by successful debating, oratory, and extemporaf
ties, worthy educational ideals, and sound scliolarf neous Speaking.
Sponsored by Miss Beremce Beggs, the Organ, Each year the society sponsors the Freshman
Zation gnCOuf3gQS pfgfgssignal and Pgfsgnal Debate TOUFDHTTICITI Zllld UIKQS Daft in state 21I'lCl
standards. national tournaments.
Pl EAPPA DELTA
Row I: Burl Arnold, Vvlalf
ter Ryle, jr., Paul Andereck.
vicefpres.: Fred Hanes. presif
dentg Henry Scott. Row 2:
Rita Early. Slierod Collins,
sponsor, Laura Rutli Hulse.
Row 1: Charles Kauzlarich.
sponsor, jesse Mickelson.
sponsor, Miiry Anne jones.
sec, Eugene Croarkin, sponf
sor: Pat McAnulty. pres.,
Ralph Monay, sponsor,
Norma McKinney. Row 2:
Chris Martin, Dwight Def
Rosear. Charles Elam, june
Martin, Suzanne Vaughn.
Mary Bliss. Row 3: David
Murphy, james Steinmiller,
Billy North. Charles Myers.
Ford Loweock, Robert Brown.
Row 1: Rusty Claypoole.
Saralou Andereck, Virginia
Booher. Ruth Grady, Shirley
Finney, Marjorie Smith, ,lean
Cook. Row 2: Carolyn Page.
Laura Hulse, Anna Lou Sallaf
day, Marie Fleming, Mary
johnson, Mxiry Reilly, Olen
Bradshaw, Row jf Donald
Bower. Earl Burrows, treas., ,
William Wzitermzin, Kenneth i
Shockley, Raymond Rigsby.
To become eligible for membership in Pi Omega
Pi, national honorary society in the field of business
education, a student must have either fifteen hours
of commercial work or ten hours of commercial work
and live hours of education. He must also maintain
an S average in his work.
Pi Omega Pi is sponsored by Charles Kauzlaf
rich, professor of business education.
Pl U IEGA Pl
In February the following officers were elected:
Saralou Andereck, president, .lim Waternxan, vice
president, Carolyn Page, secretary, Jim Drake,
treasurer, Laura Ruth Hulse, historian, Shirley
They replaced officers Pat McAnulty, presif
dent, Mary Anne jones, secretary, Earl Burrows,
treasurer, Norma McKiniiey, historian.
Row 1: Eugene Myers, William Stateler, Eldon Goucher, Herbert Boyles, Dale Roberts. Olin johnson,
j. L. Blanchard, sponsor, Norvell Allen, sponsor. Row 2: Elmer Kelso, Waldo Roberts, Bob White, Dale
Miller, Garold Rulon, Charles Barnett, Glenn Frenzen, Lawrence Kish. Row 3: Dorsie Merrell, Harold
Mullins, Neal Holmes, Eldon Lawson, Joe Cassady, Donald Rainer, William Martin.
AGRID LTUHE CLUB
Creating an interest in agricultural and rural
living, the "Ag" Club, sponsored by Norvell Allen,
had a full calendar of professional and social events
At the meetings held twice a month professional
programs were furnished by farm specialists and
motion pictures for the purpose of developing
leadership, cooperation, and acquiring a better
knowledge of current agricultural events.
For diversion from study and work the group
held its annual Halloween "Barnwarmin, H and
chili suppers in the fall in addition to entering a
float in the Homecoming parade.
At the AllfSchool Carnival the club sponsored
a contest and gave two chickens as prizes.
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Other activities of the year included operating
a food stand at the Northeast Missouri Fair in
Kirksville in August and organizing and maintainf
ing the L'Aggies,'i intramural basketball team. So'
cial events such as card parties and dinner programs
were held for the members and their guests through'
out the year.
Again as in years past the Agriculture Club
helped conduct the Future Farmers of America and
agriculture divisions at the Northeast Missouri
district contests. High schools from this district
were represented in the two days of judging at this
Dale Roberts headed the club this year and was
assisted by Herbert Boyles, secretary.
The Little Theater was the scene of the activif
ties of the College Players again this year under the
officers Rollie Houchins, presidentg Paul Kaye,
vice presidentg Shirley Truitt, secretaryg and
Peggy Browning, treasurer.
Members of the organization appeared in the
fall play, "The Rivals," and assisted Don Powell
with the construction of stage settings.
The winter quarter offered onefact plays di'
rected by members ofthe play direction class. The
two programs of plays included 'iRiders to the Sea,"
directed by Collette Cadyg 'iTbe Beggar and the
King," Evelyn Parks, "Common Clayfi Frances
Parcellsg "The Valiant," Donald Sanders, and
"Wonder Hat," Dixie Bowling.
Members of the College Players acted in and
helped with the construction of the set for the
''theaterfinfthefroundu production of "The Glass
Menagerie" for an assembly program in March.
Cast in the play were Miss Betsy Worrell, Jan
Wimp, Gordon Grober, and Bill Traylor.
"The Bishopls Mantle" was chosen the
spring play directed by Sherod Collins. Again
the College Players appeared as actors and stage
A branch ofthe College Players is the Thalian
Guild. Veteran actors become members of this
organization through experience in acting, directing
and stage production. Members are Rollie Houchf
ins, Paul Kaye, Bill Traylor, Boyd Tibbles.
Row 1: Frances Parcells, Mignon McCurdy, Shirley Truitt, Paul Kaye, Rollie Houchins, Peggy
Browning, Mary Isabel Griffiths. Row 2: Evelyn Parks, Walter Boyd Tibbles, Donald Scott, Bill Traylor,
Neil Derrick, Walter Ryle, jr., Chris Martin, Collette Cady, Dormalee Harrington.
The Historical Society, the oldest society on the
Teachers College campus, had varied and interest'
ing programs this year with student, faculty, and
outside speakers. Dr. H. P. Easton acted as sponsor
in the absence of Dr. Pauline Knobbs.
A tea honoring the new members was the first
function of the society this year. The organization
also took part in Homecoming.
Row 1: Peggy Browning.
Romalynn Liggett. secftreasg
George Kelso. vicefpresg Fred
Hanes. pres.. Hamilton Easf
ton. sponsorg Richard Sullif
van. John Agnew, Row 3'
Lora Doone Bailey. Ival Rob'
inson. Dorrnalee Harrington.
Joan Hall. Charles Dunard.
Carla Peterson. Ilene Griffey.
Ruth Grady, Rowgf Laverne
Gregory. Bob Schnucker. XValf
ter Ryle. -lr.. Neil Derrick,
Karl Buhr. Ernst Sticht.
Row 1, Elva Anderson.
IN4ary Vvlaggoner. Lucy Simf
mons. Clara Clevenger, W. R,
Browne. lvlartha Redford.
Cilhert Kohlenberg, Row 2
Virginia Booher, Elaine -la-
quiss. Robert Brown. Mziry'
Freeborn. .lolene Davidson.
Evelyn Parks, Eritzi Worrell.
Bessie Appling, lvlarthaRe1nf
i hard. Row 3: Donald Harvey.
i john Ritter. Chris Martin.
Eugene Myers. William Wat'
erman, james Valbraclit, Kenf
neth Mosley. Murry Smith.
A special feature of the year was the tea and
reception given in honor of Prince Otto of Austria
when he visited the Teachers College campus.
Climaxing the events of the year was the annual
spring banquet for members of the society and
faculty members in the social science division.
Dr. Walter H. Ryle was the featured speaker at the
Row 1: Lawrence Kish, Raymond Crist, jay Milligan, john Newman, Howard Cummins, Andrew
Jorgensen, treasurerg Glenn Frenzen, presidentg Duane Cole, sponsor. Row 2: Kenneth Koeppe, Roy
Walker, Wayne Ball, Wilmer Howard, Clyde Morse, Warren Pflum, Beniamin Bourn, Francis Shupek.
William Minor, sponsor. Row jf Harold Wilson, William Tipton, William Wells, joe Cassady, Van Ven'
cill, Wayne Clark, Charles Magruder, Henry Roemerman.
I DUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
Open to students having ten hours of industrial
arts and above an M in scholarship, the Industrial
Arts Club encourages higher scholarship and better
professional standards among the students.
The club aims especially to promote the social
and professional standing of the students majoring
or minoring in Industrial Arts.
In the Homecoming parade the Industrial Arts
Club came out on top with first prize for its float.
Club members spent many hours building the movf
ing Merryfgofround with Mules and Bulldogs as
the riding horses.
At Christmas time the members of the organizaf
tion put Santa and his sleigh on the roof of the Inf
dustrial Arts building and built a Nativity scene
for the lawn. To further the Christmas spirit the
club sponsored a party for the children of Kirksville
in the Industrial Arts buildings.
Officers ofthe club this year were Glenn Frenf
zen, presidentg Lyle Hellyer, vice president, and
Andrew Iorgensen, secretary. The faculty sponsor
is Duane Cole.
At the regular meetings of the club the members
heard speakers and saw movies concerning Indusf
For 'the first time at the Teachers College the
Industrial Arts Club displayed in Baldwin Hall
articles made in the woodfworking department in
March this year. This is to become an annual
AEULIA E EL B
Raw iz R. E. Valentine,
sponsor, Al Howard, vice'
presg Kathleen Guyer, sec.,
Irene Drennan, treas., Thomas
Reed. president, Winifred
Bailey, Richard Herzog. Rou-
2: Robert Rhodes, -Ioan Hall.
Mary King, Dorothy Frazer,
Norma Stevens, Martha
Browning, Martha james.
Row 3: C. T. Hafner, Ray'
mond Brunner. Marion Strohf
man, Milton Probasco, Edf
ward Cox. Anna Korsen. joan
Music students have the privilege ofjoining this
club which is an honorary music organization.
The main purpose of the club is to create a felf
lowship among music students who are members.
Among the activities ofthe year are talks to mem
bers by outside speakers.
In its study ofthe growth and development of
the child, this organization of elementary education
majors had as a project this year the teaching of a
polio patient in a Kirksville hospital.
Maurice Miller and Elaine Calfee attended the
State ACE Convention held in jefferson City in
ASSUEIATIU FUR EHILDHUUD EDUEATIU -
Row 1: Maurice Miller,
Gertrude Smith, Nancy Caldf
well, Elaine Calfee, vicefpres.,
Mary Nixon, presidentg
Marie Cowell, sec., Robert
Thomas. treasg Willie Whitf
son, sponsor. Row 2: Mary
Schowalter, Lucy Ellison. Milf
dred Hampton, Doris Daniels,
Elizabeth McAnulty, Shirley
Brown, Anne Dixon, Patricia
Harnden, Evelyn Gilstrap,
julia Vencill, Glaza Haynes,
Aileene Ledford, Gladys May'
hew. Row 3: Edna McVeigh.
Nancy Yager, lval Robinson,
Margaret Iellum. lrene Beck'
ett. Joann Petershagen. Elsie
West. Louise Brown. Marvis
Holt. Peggy Bergfield, -leanf
ette Edwards. Margaret Casef
Row 1: Ava Demry. Del'
pha Syler, Jeanne jones, presif
dent, Garnita Morrey, sec.g
Jeanine Wiitson, treas.g Mary
Ellen Gilstrap, Lena Buckingf
ham. sponsor, Llora MaGee,
sponsor. Row 2: Wzindzi
Lewis. Lois Mennemeier, Peg'
gy Dodge, Virginia Schnellf
bacher, Annabelle Shelton,
jenny Di Frederico, Ann
Morgan, Pat Moore, Sara
Dean Simmons, Anna Ruth
Shinn, Carol Baker, Lucy Mcf
Cally, Elaine Grirfen. Row 3:
Rosemary Anderson, Grace
Campbell. Lou Ann Parrish.
joetha Asher, Thelma
Baugher, Carla Peterson, Wil'
lette Muff. Margaret Stella,
Dorothy Quigley, Betty Stu-
art, Elena Lanzani, Minnie
Graduate students organized again this year for
the purpose of the general benefit of the group and
for the advancement of education on the higher
Group meetings were held on Monday nights
under the supervision of Robert Rodney, head of
the English Department.
This organization, named for a pioneer in home
economics, is made up of students interested in
home economics. The theme of the club meetings
this year was hobbies.
The year's activities included making cookies
for teas and special occasions on the campus and
buying a piano for the home economics center.
Row 1: Hall, Small, Haf
den, pres., Rodney, sponsorg
Bennett, vicepres.: Nixon.
Albach. Row 2: Huber.
Lema, Wells, Davis, Luse.
klellum, Ledford, Demry, Row
3. O'Dell. Campbell, Humes.
Muller. Bowers, Minear.
Maupin, Buban. Row 4:
Henry, Callison. Kerr. Mor'
ris, Harnett. Reedi Kirk,
Organized for furthering the relations between
foreign students and students of foreign languages,
the International Club, sponsored by Dr. Nan
Wade and Mrs. Noemy jibben, carries on many
The biggest event of the year is the dinner to
which each foreign student brings a dish repref
sentative of his country.
Row ri William White.
Charles Finnell, Virgil Hoe'
mann, vicefpres., Everett Cibf
son, secftreasg William Kel'
ley, president, Charles Smith,
Albert Kline, sponsor, David
Davidson. Row 2: S. R. Self
laro, jim Crum, jim Pressley,
Richard Giddens, Bruce Marr'
shall, William Wolf, Rudolph
Williams, Pete Trehletti, lmof
gene Griffin. Mike Mickalek.
Row 3: Robert Burns. Don'
ald Scott, Lyle Olson. Dexter
johnson. Thomas Turner,
Robert Buleck, Dick Vaughn.
j. W. Hobbs, lvlarvin Ver'
cler, Harry Cantor.
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Row lf james jurgel, Fred
Hanes, sec.g Charles Finnell.
treasg Farida Fallah. vice'
pres., Ernst Sticht, president:
Nan Wade, sponsor, Noemv
jibben, sponsor, Walter Ryle.
jr. Row 2: Mziry Griffiths,
Nancy Flaherty, Elena Lane
Zani, jirn Crum. Thomas
Reed, john Millin, Robert
Rhodes. Alicia Prado. joan
Weekley, Shirley Gibson.
Row 3: Helena Rydelius. Migf
non McCurdy, Mikkey Ellis.
C. T, Hafner, Dick Giddens,
Bruce Marsliall. Gale jones.
Laverne Gregory, Merethe
Carli Hansen, lvlarjorie Nlarf
shall. lxdia Snel.
With their sponsor, Dr. Albert Kline, the memf
bers of the PrefOsteopathic Club study science and
At the monthly meetings of the club speakers
from the Teachers College and from the College
of Osteopathy and Surgery explain interesting
phases of science and discuss medicine.
Row Il Donald Bower.
john Morris, Stanley Kerr,
George Haden, viccfpresidentg
Carl Luse, Dr. Willis Bray,
sponsor. QNOI pictiwedj, Otis
D. Harp, president, Beryl
Wellhorn, secftreas., Robert
Meyer, john Morse, Charles
Smith, Kenneth Keoppe.
In addition to the master undertaking of the
opera, "El Capitanf' presented in the spring, Miss
Phradie Wells and the chorus of 70 voices made
numerous other appearances.
Features of the fall quarter schedule were an
assembly program of popular and classic music and
a special program of Christmas songs.
Masonic students may benefit from this club
that is maintained on the campus especially for
them. Opportunity is given to the members to
continue their study in the history and philosophy
of Masonry under the guidance of Dr. W. J. Bray.
The organization is both educational and social
Row 1: Genevieve DiFredf
crico, Shirley Finney, Lula
Allen, adviserg june Martin.
-lean Cook. Row 2: Eleanor
McCollon1, Jeanne jones.
Donna Bunch, Pat IVIcAnulty,
Annu Lou Salladay, Ivlary
Ellen Gilstrap, joan Hook.
PA IIELLI2 IE EUU EIL
Composed of three members from each sorority,
the PanfHellenic Council forms the governing body
for regulation of all sorority activities.
The council enforced the PanfHellenic rushing
rules in the fall and sponsored a banquet for all
sorority members in the spring.
The Interfraternity Council is an organization
devoted to the fostering of better working relations
between the fraternities on the campus. Com'
I posed of the president and sponsor and one other
representative from each fraternity, the council
directs and agrees on rushing regulations.
I IEIIITIIATIZII ITY EUU EIL
Row r: john Kelly, john
Agnew, adviserg Benjamin
Bourn. Row 2: John Goetze,
sponsor: David Gooch, Fred
Veach, Otho Barnett, sponf
Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity, Beta Chapter established
Pi Kappa Sigma Sorority, Pi Chapter established 1924
Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority, Alpha Beta Chapter,
Phi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity, Gamma Chapter established
Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority, Mu Chapter established
Delta Sigma Epsilon, Iota Chapter established IQZI
ALPH SIGMA LPHA
Alpha Beta chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha Pledge Mzidzilyn Dixon was crowned "Little
pledged thirtyfone girls as a reward for its Gypsy Sweetheart" at the annual Gypsy
rushing season of teas and two parties, the Dance sponsored by the aetives in honor of
"Little Girlis Party," and the "Circus Partyf, the pledges.
johnson. M. E
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President june Carol Martin was assisted by jean
McGregor, vice presidentg Jean Moore, secretaryg
Marjorie johnson, treasurer, this year. Miss Alina K.
Zoller is the Alpha sponsor.
And are we proud of Susan Shale, redfhaired Queen
of Homecoming. And then, of course, jean Moore
and Constance Hanson were candidates for Echo
Queen. Peggy Cullen was chosen as Miss Kirksville
and represented the town at the American Royal.
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held in Macon.
The Carnival skit concerning school spirit was
awarded second prize in the contest. Donna Bunch
ably represented Alpha Sigma Alpha as candidate for
Garnita Morrey was crowned "Sweetheart Queen"
at the annual Sweetheart Dance held in February.
Her attendants were Willie Chester and Donna
The breakfast dance held May 5 honored the gradf
uating seniors and ended the year of activity.
DELTA SIGMA EPSILU L
Rushing season for Iota chapter of Delta Twentyfsix girls were pledged, and they
Sigma Epsilon consisted ofa trip to Moo Land showed their ingenuity in giving the 'Top
and a Happy Birthday party for its many Hat Ball" in honor ofthe actives and a party
rushees. for the graduating seniors.
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With , s. auline Knobb
Irene Dail '
the sponsors Mr P s and Mrs
ey, the follovvin ffi '
g o cers conducted a sue
cessful and eventful Delta Sigma E
psilon year: Gene'
vieve Di Frederico
, presidentg Pat McAnulty, vice
presidentg Shirley Trout
man, secretaryg and Saralou
Homecoming festivities were set off to a good start
with a breakfast for Delta Sigma alumnae. Kathleen
Guyer was the Delta candidate for queen.
Snaps of the "birthday partyn rush function held
' , complete with crooked
champagne glasses and dizzying atmosphere, honored
pledges, actives, and alumnae.
Words cannot express the pride of Delta Sigma
Epsilon in Wanda St. Clair, Carnival Queen of IQSI.
The Carnival skit written by Fritzi Worrell made a
Pink Elephant Ball M
To end the year's events the Delta Sigmas gave
a tea for alumnae in March and held their annual spring
formal dance in May.
Pl EAPPA SIE lil
Twentyfsix pledges went the Pi Kappa
Sigma way as a result of rush teas and two
rush parties, "Ye Clde Candlelight Inn,"
held at the home ofthe patroness, Mrs. Joel
Sever, and the Chinese pajama party held in
The pledges started the social ball rolling
after the rush season with a hayride and
wiener roast given in honor ofthe actives at
the college farm. Alta Mae Raeur was
elected president of the pledges and led their
activities until they became actives.
Pi chapter was honored in having the
Grand President of Pi Kappa Sigma, Mrs.
Charles Gibson, as honored guest at the
pledging services and a tea.
Louise Beauchamp had the honor of being
crowned queen at the Hard Times Day
Homecoming saw Pi Kappa Sigmas work'
ing on a float and entering Nancy Caldwell in
the race for Homecoming Queen.
In December the Pi Kappas transformed
Sociability Hall into a 'Snowflake Ball," a
formal dance for the pledges.
Sarah Pulis entertained the sorority members at a
Christmas party at her homer
The annual AllfSchool Carnival brought Dorothy
Scott to the public eye as a candidate for Carnival
Queen. Members ofthe sorority took part in conduct'
ing a concession and performing in a skit also.
Pi Kappa Sigma ended the year with a grand touch
by holding the annual "Spring Fantasy Dance" in
Kirk Auditorium in April.
Snaps of the rush funct'
ion at Mrs. Sever
Chinese ' '
s, and the
pajama party at G '
Pi chapter had a very eventful year under the
leadership of its sponsor, Miss Willie Whitsoru, and
its capable orhcers, Shirley Finney, presidentg Nancy
Caldwell, vice presidentg Norma La Voo, secretaryg
Lucy Powell, corresponding secretaryg Donna Hunter,
treasurerg Mary Lou Lovelace, assistant treasurer:
jo Ann Madorin, editorg Mary Ellen Gilstrap, ref
porter and sergeant at armsg Anna Lou Salladay,
keeper of the archives.
SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA
Sigma Sigma Sigma started the year with The sorority pledged twentyftwo girls,
a rushing season of teas and coke dates, highf now Sigma actives. With Betty Halls as their
lighted with the Zodiac Night Club and the president, the pledges gave a circus dance for
Highland Fling breakfast. the actives in january.
---'ff The annual fall rush parties proved great fun and competition
Under the sponsorship of Miss Viola Magee and
the leadership of 'lean Cook, presidentg Marjorie
Smith, vice presidentg Margaret Stewart, recording
secretaryg Carolyn Page, treasurerg Suzanne Vaughn,
keeper of gradesg Mary Jane Goeke, song leaderg the
Tri Sigma year was completely filled.
At Homecoming time Frances Parcells represented
the sorority as candidate for queen. The float in the
Homecoming parade was awarded third prize.
for rushees was keen. Here are snaps of the Highland Fling
One ofthe high spots of Sigma year was the Mystic
Cavern formal dance for the pledges in the fall.
At Christmas time the actives and pledges had a
party with Santa at the home of Shirley Truitt.
Betty June Couch was the Tri Sigma candidate for
Carnival queen. At the Carnival the Siginas, Deltas,
and Sig Taus joined for the night club spot.
April found the Sigmas celebrating their Founders
Day. Spring also saw Tri Sigmas at their spring
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SIGMA TAU GAMMA
Since 1921, when Beta chapter was established on the campus, Sigma Tau Gamma has been
an organization striving to instill in its members the qualities of the true "college man." During
the past year, Sig Taus have held many positions of responsibility and honor on the campus.
Among these were president and thirteen members of Blue Key, Student Council president, three
class presidents, editor of the Echo, Echo King, chairman of the Student Social Committee, six
members of Who's Who, and many club presidents.
Beta chapter opened the rushing season with the annual
smoker and '49er Rush Dance and when the smoke had
cleared, 32 new "goats" had been enlightened with the
secrets of the group. The chapter was well represented
in athletics, taking first in the intramural volleyball tour'
ney, and playing first division basketball. Varsity athletics saw
six men on the football squad and three starters on the basket'
Among other events were second place in the homecoming
float parade, and third place carnival skit. Under the leadership
of Jack Kelly, president, and Dave Gooch, vicefpresident, Beta
enjoyed another successful year.
Members were happy to have Mrs. Cllie Mason return for
another year as housemother. A melancholy farewell was said MRS. OLUE MASON
to the Women we loved, at the annual White Rose Formal. Housemofhgf
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PHI SIGMA EPSILUN
Another successful year was enjoyed by Gamma Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon. The var-
sity gridiron was arrayed with Phi Sig talent: to be exact, six men. Two members boosted the
basketball squad hopes, and in intramural athletics, both the volleyball and basketball teams
Hnished in second place. In the annual allfcollege carnival, a Phi Sig again reigned as King, and
the first place skit was ours.
Rush season again brought on the smoker and the annual
Apache Dance. Fourteen new men were initiated into the fold,
with Sawyer as pledge captain. In other campus activities, Phi
Sigma Epsilon boasts three members of Blue Key, and a member of
An Alumni chili supper was held in Cctober and later nu'
merous beerbusts, and many other social events. SI 1 South Elson,
was under the leadership of "Pete" Bourn, president, Brownie
Veach, vicefpresident, and jim Davis, secretaryftreasurer,
who handled their duties well. Along with Otho Barnett,
sponsor, Gamma Chapter honored Richard Sullivan as new cof
sponsor, along with Charles Kauzlarich.
Cn April ry, a mixer was held with sister sororities, Alpha
Sigma Alpha and Pi Kappa Sigma, attending. The season drew MRS' GLENN FRENZEN
to a close with the annual Spring Formal, May 1 1. Hvusemvfhef
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Every lad a proud defender
UL the Purple and the White
Row 1' Guy Burton. Kenneth Rehg, Roger Biesemeyer. secretary, Linus Dovvell, vice-pres., Dan
Wisi'ly. president, Art Hochsteiller, treasurer: Ed Bender, Gus Sarris. .lim Dougherty, sponsor. Row 2:
George Anastasolf. Earl Perry. Roger Sehvvarztrauber, Frank Melvin. Dale Henner, Bill Holmes, Dave
Albrecht, lim Gourlev. Dwight Huggins. Clive Frazier, Robert Jarrett. Row 3: Howard Hall, Laverne
Dabney, john Alderson. Bill Commack, Bruce Brandon, Kennard Curtis, George Pnhlkamp, Bob Lawrence,
Carrol Wi-stliqill. Will.irvl Sawyer, lviairvin Silver.
The Northeast Missouri State Teachers College
"K" Club was organized in 1934, and is an organi'
zation composed of athletes who have earned letters
in interfcollegiate competition as representatives
of the Bulldog teams. Boasting of its present mem'
bership of go and a large alumni membership, the
HK" Club has as its purpose the establishment of
high ideals and traditions for the athletes of this
college to be preserved for posterity.
The club is unexcelled in spirit as well as num'
ber. The nrst meeting of the year saw the following
officers assume their duties: Dan Wisely, presif
dent, Linus Dovvell, vice president, Roger Biesef
meyer, secretaryg and Art Hochstedler handling
the duties of treasurer. Jim Dougherty, head footf
ball coach, again acted as official college sponsor.
In addition to maintaining the high ideals in
athletics, the club functions in a materially benef
ficial way throughout the year.
This is manifested in helping at the refreshment
stands at sports functions, assisting at track meets,
ushering at basketball games, as well as helping
with the high school suhfregional basketball tourney
held annually in Kirk Auditorium.
Not to be omitted is the influence of the "K"
Club in furthering work on the college field, in the
gymnasium, and on the campus.
Assuming his new duties as Head of the Athletic
Department and Director of Athletics is Delbert
Maddox, former basketball captain and allfconference
player while here in school at the Teachers College.
In basketball he lettered three years and in his
senior year captained the team and was chosen all'
conference. In 1937, Mr. Maddox went to the
University of Missouri where he served as freshman
football and basketball coach while doing graduate
In 1942, he entered the Navy to serve until 1945.
After his discharge as a Lieutenant he came to the
Teachers College in 1946 as physical education inf
Head football coach James Dougherty, a former Bull
dog backheld star, took over the football reins for the
Teachers College late in the 1945 season.
Coming to the college in 1928, he lettered for four
years under the tutelage of Don Faurot. Upon graduaf
tion from the college he coached at Marceline, Neosho,
Mountain Grove. He came to the Teachers College in
1945 to assume his duties as football coach.
Boyd King, assistant football and head basketball
coach, joined the coaching staff in June, 1946. A graduate
of the college here, King earned eleven varsity letters.
His previous coaching experience includes Pittsheld,
Illinois high and Hannibal high. After serving in the
armed services from IQ43 to 1946, he went briefly back
to Hannibal high and from there joined the coaching staff
of the Teachers College here.
The Northeast Missouri State Teachers
College Bulldogs were tougher this year than
for many seasons previous, but so was the
opposition they encountered. The fighting
Bulldogs waltzed through their initial encounf
ter with the Culver Stockton Wildcats 17,7'O.
The powerhouse Missouri Valley Vikings
again defeated the Bulldogs 45 to 21 at Mara
shall. The score is not indicative of the hard-
fought game, and a moral victory was earned
by the Bulldogs. .lourneying to Fayette the
Bulldogs encountered stiff opposition but
fought back finally to lose a heartbreaker to the
Central Eagles igfzo, as the Eagles' ground
attack was almost matched by the Bulldogs'
The Kirksville Bulldogs opened the battle
for the MIAA football championship October
6 at Springiield, battling the Bears to a iofio
tie. The following week the Cape Girardeau
Indians had to go home without a win over the
Bulldogs in four years. The game was a tie,
1313. The Rolla Miners proved to he too
much for the Teachers, leaving them on the
small end of a 47f7 score.
A perfect Homecoming was spoiled for
the Teachers College by the Warreiishurg
Mules as they were forced to pass to win over
the Bulldogs 33, to 13. In the final conference
tilt of the season the Bulldogs, in a close doforf
die battle with the Maryville Bearcats, sal'
vaged a tie game, I5'I'f,.
For the second year, playing on a cold and
windswept held, the Bulldogs came through
in the final period to swamp the Missouri
University HB" squad BS to 18. The Dogs
closed out the regular season with a record of
2 wins, 3 ties, and 4 losses.
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Durh.im. Burton. Jarrett. Row 3: Assit. Conch Wade. Alderson. Westliall, Schwarztrauber, Hall, Hull.
Biesemeycr and Hall closely follow as West'
fall recovers a fumble.
CulverfStockton.. . . O
Missouri Valley.. . .45
Central College .... zo
Springfield ........ ig
Cape Girardeau .... 13
Rolla ............. 47
Wiirreiislwurg ...... 33
Maryville ......... I3
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Row 1: Russell. Sarris. Anastasoflf. Albrecht. Holmes. Stahlhur Rin om
Row 1: Sawyer. Wisely. Hcnncr, Dowell. Silver, Miickie. Row 3: Brandon
Melvin. Dabney. Biesemeycr, Lawrence. Hochstedler. Graham. Htid Coach
Bob Lawrence, junior student from St. Louis,
was selected as second team allfconference end
in the postfseason selection of conference all
The annual football banquet for members of
the IQSO Bulldog squad and coaches James
Dougherty, Boyd King, and Maurice Wade was
held Wednesday, November zo, in the Blanton
Hall dining room. .lim Zabel, sports director
of station WHO, Des Moines, was the featured
Twentyfeight lettermen were named for the
season by Coach Dougherty in addition to four
The Bulldog cagers came out on the long end of a
rather inconsistent season, winning II games and los'
ing io in the final season count. Coach Boyd Kings
boys dropped a thrilling season opener to the Central
College Eag'es S7 to go and didn't reach their winning
stride until two games later when they defeated
Simpson College 71 to ss.
High scorer for the season was forward Earl Perry.
He was followed by Bolu Lawrence.
The Bulldog squad took four of its ten conference
games ending the season in fourth place.
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Curt1s meets Central center
in the opening tip off of the
Cne of the outstanding games of the season was
the surprising game given the Drake squad hy the
Bulldogs, who would not admit defeat until the final
minutes of the game. The final score was Sl fqo.
Returning at the first of the season were lettermen
Bill Commack, Ken Curtis, Sherman Hafner, Earl
Perry, Bob Lawrence, and George Pohlkamp.
Emerging from the season three lettermen were
added to the squad: Roy Collins, Laverne Dabney,
and Williird Sims. Mid season dropfouts weakened
the squad, hut it was reorganized quickly.
GAME SEQRES 3
Kirksville. . .
Rolla ..,. . . .
Drake. . . . .
Simpson . . .
Missoiiri Valley.. .
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Pep and cheer were stimulated to a higher
degree than usual this year by the cheer,
leaders elected by a committee of faculty
members and students.
Always faithful and full of vim, the cheerf
leaders led yells at all football and basketball
games as well as special rallies.
New uniforms of white sweaters, white
trousers, purple and white skirts were bought
this year with the help of the Student Coun'
Row 1: Fritzi Worrell, Betty Mc'
Kimna. Ivlary Ann Conner. Bobbi
Biondi. Row 2: Glen Fugate. Ed Goeke.
Drive Stricklcr, Ming johnson.
Holding hands during climax of a fast game on
the home court
Part of the ioso squad. Row it Linus Dowell, Guy
Burton, Richard Kreishok. Burnell Thrasher. Row 1:
Bold Hird. Louis Plcgakis. W2iQ'DC Stevenson.
Spring time brought out a large, energetic track team
which participated in all track and field events of the MIAA
Conference. Meets saw keen competition which was met hy
fine play and sportsmanship.
Because of inclement weather early season practice was
held in the gymnasium hy the prospectiyes of Coach Boyd
King. Track again occupied a small part of the interfcollegiate
sports program this year.
Row 1: Wisely, lvicCrary, Dragich, assistants. Row zz Tietsort, Mitteii. Scott. McCollom, Mitch. Boyer, Hahn, Burkhardt
Shotwell. Row jf IvicGravv, Browne, Dowell. Dahney, Lawrence, Fouch, Dearing, Hafner. Ransom.
Sigma T.n1 G.iinni.a Fraternity
Volleyhall Chzimpionsg Chris
Martin, Roh Delaney. Alyn Bur-
roughs. Roy Collins. john Vfohl
lliicoortliiiiitcs. lmisketlmll thum-
pions: Ken Werr, Art Hochstetlf
ler. Bruce Brandon. Andy Rclmik.
Buzz Sawyer, jim Jensen, Bill
lditchell, Dwight Huggins Knot
pictured Thomas and Proflittl.
The men's intramural sports program got under
wary with the initiation ofthe volleylmll schedule in
Octoher. Four teams entered competition. the Sig
Tilus, Phi Sigs, Faculty, and the Kats. A final tially
sim' the Sigma Tziu Gamma squiitl emerge victorious
in the post season pliiyfolls, With the closing or
he volleylwzill tournament the intri1mui'ul hiisketlwizll
tournament was initiziterl into lweing with sixteen
strong tezims entering.
Tennis were divitletl into purple and white
hrzielxets with the winner of meh meeting for the
championship, In the tourney lineal the Uneoordif
nzites Llefezitecl the Phi Sigs to win the school title.
Other intrzimuriil sports inelutletl tennis Lind horse'
The Wcinieiiis Athletic Association provides an
interesting recreational program for women stu'
dents. Membership is open to all girls interested in
athletics. Its activities are many and varied.
During the fall quarter social dance classes for
students were conducted each week. Proceeds
from this project were used to buy award letters.
A roller skating party for the student body was
sponsored in February. March gi was the date of
the Folk Festival.
The organization supervised womens intra'
mural volleyball, table tennis, badminton, sburllef
board, basketball, and softball tournaments throughf
out the year. Members of the group acted as
referees and scorekeepers for the games,
Lucy Ann Powell, Mary lane Murphy, jackie
Gray. and Willette Muff were delegates from
VVAA to the Athletic Federation of College
Woiiieii at the University of Michigan, April iofi 3.
The oilicers of the organization were Lucy Ann
Powell, president, Mary jane Murphy, vice presif
denti Donna Hunter, secretaryg Yvonne Wilgus,
treasurerg Neva Harpham and Ann Sue Rogers,
intramural chairineng Willette Muff, social treas'
urer. Miss Kathryn Riddle is sponsor.
In the spring, a dinner held in Blanton Hall
cafeteria climaxed the year with installation of new
oflicers and presentation of awards and letters.
Pictured on the opposite page are a number of
activities of the organization.
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Acuff,Jack, 12, 62, 104, 129
Adams, Jane, 47, 106, 122
Agnew, Louis, 12, 129
Albrecht, David, 134, 137, 139
Alderson,John, 33, 134, 137, 138
Allen, Donna, 47, 106
Allred, Larry, 47
Ames, Maggie, 33
Brown, Dale, 47, 61, 62, 117
Brown, Emmett, 34
Brown, Louise, 47, 114, 124
Brown, Bailey, 13
Brown, Robert, 47
Brown, Robert O., 13, 109, 112
Brown, Shirley, 47, 114, 147
Anastasoff, George, 47, 134, 137, 139
Andereck, Paul, 12, 108, 129
,Saralou, 12, 105, 108, 109, 122
Anderson, Elva, 12, 112, 122
Anderson, Joanne, 47
Anderson, Robert, 47
Rosemarv, 41, 115
Browne, Richard, 47, 64, 144
Browning, Martha, 34, 61, 114
Browning. Peggy, 47, 64, 65, 111, 112
Brunner, Raymond, 47, 61, 67, 107, 114
Buban, Peter, 10, 115
Bughman, Marilyn, 47
Buhr, Karl, 34, 112
Bulick, Robert, 116
Bunch, Donna, 34, 118, 120
Bundren, Ruth, 41, 120
Burdett, Bruce, 47
Burroughs, Alyn, 34, 129, 145
Appleby, Willard, 12, 131
Appling, Bessie, 47, 106, 112
Arnett, Richard, 47
Arnold, Burl, 33, 108, 129
Arnold, Richard, 12
Asher, Joetha, 67, 115
Bailey, Cora, 13
Bailey, Lora, 41, 112, 120
Bailey, Winifred, 41, 114, 117
Bainter, Opal, 33
Baker, Carol, 41, 115
Ball, Marie, 47, 122
Ball, Wayne, 33, 113
Burgener, Jerry, 47
Burk,Jean, 14, 122
Burkhardt, Thomas, 136, 138, 144
Burns, Robert, 116
Burris, Herschel, 34
Burrows, Alfred, 14, 109
Burt, Ronald, 14
Burton, Guy, 41, 134, 136, 138
Burton. Donna, 14, 126
Burton, Dorothy, 48, 126
Burton, Jeanne, 48, 147
Barker, Kenneth, 33
Barnes, Leo, 13
Barnett, Jacqueline, 33, 126
Barnett, Charles, 47, 1 10
Barnett, Harold, 33
Barnett, Richard, 47
Bartlett, Marietta, 33, 126, 147
Bartow, Gene, 33
Thelma, 106, 115
Bealmer, John, 41
Cady, Collette, 14,62,64, 101, 111, 122
Caldwell, Nancy, 14, 106, 114, 124
Caldwell, Nell, 48, 122
Calfee, Elaine, 14, 114
Campbell, Myers, 34
Campbell, Sarah, 41 , 115
Cantor, Harry, 116
Carney, Betty, 48
Carter, Mary, 34
Cassady,Joseph, 14, 110, 113
Cochran, Joseph, 48
Beauchamp, Louise, 41 , 124
Beckett, Irene, 41, 114
Bcilman, Edward, 41
Bender, Edward, 134, 137, 138
Benjamin, Arlene, 41, 120
Bennett, Carl, 10, 115
Bergfield, Peggy, 33, 114, 124
Biesemeyer, Roger, 33, 134, 137,
Bingham, Alden, 47
Biondi, "Bobbi", 47, 122, 143
Birchfield, Glen, 33
Blackwell, Charles, 60
Blakely, Norma, 41
Blevins, Beverly, 47
Bliss, Mary, 13, 58, 59, 109, 122
Boddy, Vernon, 13, 131
Bogie, James, 47
Booher. Virginia, 13, 109, 112
Chaney, Ralph, 48
14, 63, 76,114
Chaverri, Edwin, 41, 55
e, 34, 120
Chester, Wilhelmine, 15, 120
Childers, Lola, 15
Childers, Victor, 48,
Churchwell, Ned, 15, 131
Clark, Kenneth, 15,
Clark, Pat, 34, 101,
Clark, Wayne, 34, 1
Claypoole, Ina Mae, 41, 101, 109, 120
Clayton, Russel, 48
Clough, Marjorie, 1162, ez, 105, 126
Clough, Mary Lou, 34, 61, 63, 76, 77, 10 ,
Cochran, Evelyn, 48
Boone, Dolores, 47
Boone, Donald, 41, 60, 106
Borosky, Donald, 47
Borron, Darlene, 41
Borron, Juanita, 47, 118
Bourn, Benjamin, 35, 62, 104,113, 117,131
Bowen. Bette, 47
Bower, Donald, 13, 109, 117
Bowers, Orville, 10, 115
Bowling, Dixie, 33, 120
Bowling, Herbert, 34
Boyer. Richard, 47, 144
Boyles, Herbert, 13, 110
Bradley, Lujean, 47, 126
Bradshaw, Olen, 34, 60, 109
Bragg, Evah, 47
Bragg. Phyllis, 41, 117, 120
Brammer, Francis, 47, 138
Brandon, Bruce, 134, 137, 139, 145
Brewer, Marjorie, 13, 122
Brick, Irwin, 60, 67
Brockfeld, Jo Ann, 47, 122
Brookhart, Mary, 34, 122
Broshar, Floyd, 41
Brown, Clyde, 14
Coffman, Harold, 34
Colbert, Floyd, 41
Collett, Gordon, 10
Collins, Roy, 41, 141, 142, 145
Combs, William, 48
Commack, William, 34, 131, 134, 141, 1
Conner, Mary, 48, 117, 143
Connolly, Barbara, 48
Conyers, Arleen, 15, 105
Cook, Bonnie, 48
Cook, Loretta, 35
Cook, Roger, 41
Coonfield, Norma. 48
Coslet, Donald, 35
Cossel, Carl, 48
Couch, Betty, 35, 126
Courtwright, Elwood, 15
Cowell, Marie, 15, 106, 108, 114
Cox, Edward, 48, 61, 106, 114
Cox, Mary, 48, 65, 120
Crabtree, Bill, 48
Cranmer,Jean, 48, 61, 117, 120
Crawford, Marilyn, 48, 126
Crist, Raymond, 35, 113
Crum, James, 116
Crumpacker, Jane, 41 , 122
Cummins, Howard, 113
Cummins, Robert, 48
Cundiff, Nancy, 48
Cuncliff, Vincil, 15
Cunningham, Frances, 16, 126
Curtis, Kennard, 16, 134, 141, 142
Dabney, Laverne, 134, 136, 139, 141, 142, 144
Daniels, Doris, 35, 114
Davidson, David, 41, 116
Davidson, Earl, 41
Davidson, Jolene, 48, 112, 120
Davis, Darold, 115
Davis,James, 16, 131
Davis, Shirley, 48, 120
Dawkins, Forest, 109
Dean, Joan, 41, 61, 62, 64,114,1l7,124
Dean, June, 41, 124
Dearing, Howard, 48, 144
Dearing, Ruth, 41, 122
Debo, Anthony, 48, 61, 62
Deerfield, Richard, 48
Delaney, Robert, 16, 129, 145
Delventhal, Janet, 48, 122
Demry, Ava, 16, 115
Demry, Gilbert, 10, 108, 115
De Rosear, Dwight. 35, 58, 107, 109, 129
Derrick, Neil, 41, 61, 62, 106, 111, 112, 117, 129
Dickmann, Vemon, 48
Dieckgufe, Eugene, 48, 142
DiFrederic0,Jennie, 39, 62, 115, 118, 122
DiFrederico, Mario, 131
Dillinder, Charles, 48
Dixon, Carol Sparks, 42, 120
Dixon, Madalyn, 48, 59, 120
Dixon, Margaret, 48, 114, 147
Dodge, Peggy, 16, 115, 126
Dodson, Carole, 48, 106, 126
Dodson, Clayton, 16
Doldt, Billy, 49
Doughty, Kathryn, 49, 117,
Douglas, Betty, 49, 106, 117
Dowell, Linus, 16, 58, 83, 13
Doyle, Joan, 35, 124
Dragich, Raymond, 144
4, 136, 139, 144
Drake, Anita, 16, 105, 108, 126
Drake, James, 16, 64, 129
Drake, Mary, 49
Drennan,1rene,35, 61, 62, 67,105, 106, 114,12
Dunard, Charles, 49, 112
Durham, Charles, 17
Durham, John, 49, 138
Dye, Lois, 42, 59, 120
Early, Rita, 49, 108
Edwards, Maxine, 42
Edwards,Jeanette, 17, 101, 114, 126
Edwards, Bob, 49
Edwards, Maxine, 124
Eitel, Jimmie, 42
Eitel, Richard, 61
Elam, Charles, 35, 74, 104, 109, 131
Ellis, Mary, 42, 116
Ellison, Lucy, 49, 114
Elsea, Robert, 10
Elsea, Carrol, 63
Emmert, Leo, 17
England, Carolyn, 17, 126
Eshenaur, Oliver, 35
Eubank, Virginia, 49, 106
Eyman, Bill, 35
Fallah, Farida, 17, 55, 116
Farthing, Kenneth, 17
Fawcett, Alan, 49
Fechtling, Howard, 35
Fennel, Jeanne, 49
Ferguson, Grace, 49, 61, 62, 122
Filkins, Wanda, 35
Fine, Gene, 49
Finnell, Charles, 116
Finnerty, Richard, 49, 61 , 67
Finney, Shirley, 35, 62, 108, 109, 1
Fisher, George, 35
Flaherty, Nancy, 49, 116
Fleming, Marie, 17, 59, 101, 109, 122
Flynn, Jerome, 35
Ford, Anita, 36, 120
Foust, Barbara, 49, 126
Foutes, Berylena, 106
Fox, James, 36, 107
Fox, Mary, 49
Frazer, Dorothy, 12, 60, 62, 67, 10
Frazer, Clive, 134, 136, 138
Freeborn, Mary, 36, 112
Frenzen, Glenn, 36, 110, 113
Fugate, Charles, 17, 104, 129
Fugate, Glen, 42, 59, 107, 129, 143
Funk, Mary Ann, 49, 120
Gale, Oren, 36, 106
Gardner, Hugh, 49, 76, 77
Gardner, June, 49, 126
Garner, Clarke, 42
Garriott, Joan, 36
Gibson, Everett, 33, 107, 116, 129
Gibson, Shirley, 42, 116, 117
Giddens, Richard, 55, 116
Gillum, Randolph, 49
Gilstrap, Evelyn, 36, 114, 124
Gilstrap, Mary, 36, 115, 118, 124
p, Russel, 17
Goeke, Ed, 42,1l7, 129,143
Goeke, James, 49, 117
Goeke, Joseph, 49, 64, 66
Goeke, Mary, 36, 62, 66, 117, 126
Goeke, Raymond, 17, 62, 66, 67, 117, 129
Gonnerman, Paul, 49
Gooch, David, 18, 104, 118, 129
Goodwin, Rosemary, 42
Gordon, Larry, 42
Gorman, Myra, 49, 106
Goucher, Eldon, 18, 110
Gould, Fred, 49
Gourley,James, 134, 136, 138
Gourley, John, 46
Grady, Ruth, 36, 106, 109, 112, 126
Graham, Dick, 42, 139
, Dorothy, 36, 124
Graves, Juanita, 49
Gray, Jacqueline, 49, 147
Barbara, 49, 122
1-larnett, Hubert, 10, 115
Harold, Thomas, 50
Harp, Otis, 19, 129
Harpham, Dee, 42, 60, 61, 122
Harrington, Dormalee, 50, 64,
Donald, 50, 112
Havis, Frank, 10
Hawes, Lorna, 42, 122
Hathaway, Karen, 50
Hawkins, J. G., 42
Hawkins, Lloyd, 32
65, 106, 111,112
Haynes, Glaza, 42, 106, 114
Hays, Clifford, 42
Hazlett, Dale, 37
Hellyer, Lyle, 19, 131
Hellyer, Romalynn Liggett, 33, 112, 126
Henley, Raymond, 50
Henner, Dale, 134, 137, 139
Henry, Billie, 115
Henry, Catherine, 19
Herndon, Norman. 50
Herrin, Clifford, 42
Hershman, Florence, 19, 108
Herzog, Richard, 42, 61, 114
Hiesrodt, Joan, 50, 60, 120
Higgins,James, 50, 142
Hilber, Jerry, 50
Hill, Barbara, 50
Mary, 37, 109
Gregerson, Beverly, 42, 124
Gregory, Laverne, 36, 62, 112, 116
Griffen, Elaine, 49, 61, 115
Griffin, Imogene, 36, 116, 126
Griffiths, Mary, 42, 106, 111,116, 120
Griffits, Wilbur, 18
Grim, Ed, 18, 104, 129
Grisamer, Donald, 49
Guernsey, Billy, 49
Guffey, llene, 18, 58, 112, 126
Gunnell, Denzel, 18, 61
Gunnell, Janis, 35, 124
Guyer, Kathleen, 18, 67, 114, 122
Haden, George, 10, 115, 117
Hafner, Sherman, 141, 142, 144
Hagan, Gladys, 36, 122
Hahn, Norman, 36, 144
Hall, Harry, 10
Hall, Howard, 49, 134, 137,138
Halls, Betty, 50, 126
Hamilton, Warren, 18, 104, 129
Hammons, Novella, 50, 106, 147
Hammons, Winona, 106
Hampton, Mildred, 42, 106, 114
Hanes,Fred, 18, 62, 76,77,108,112,116,129
Hanes, Velma, 42, 126
Hanrahan, James, 50, 60, 64, 67
Hansen, Mille, 18, 55, 116
Hanson, Constance, 50, 62, 78, 106, 120
Harbison, Eleanor, 50
Hardy,James,19, 61, 107, 129
Hartsock, lvalee, 36
Harnden, Patricia, 50, 114, 147
Hobbs, Jimmie, 116
Hochstedler, Art, 19, 134, 136, 139, 145
Hoeker, Donald, 50
Hockett, Ruth, 50, 66, 120
Hoemann, Virgil, 116
Hogenson, Gilbert. 42
Holcomb, Elmer, 42
Holcomb, Marjorie, 42
Holmes, William, 19, 58, 129, 134, 137, 139
Holmes, Neal, 110
Holman, Linda, 50
Holr, Marvis, 19, 106, 114
Holzmeier, Alfred, 50
Hook.Joan, 19,62, 105, 106, 108, 118,126
Hopkins, Jimmie, 50
Houchins, Rollie, 19, 64, 65, 104, 111. 129
Howard, Al, 42, 58, 60, 62, 66, 67, 114, 117, 129
Howard, Wilmer, 20, 113
Hoyt, Jane, 50
Hubbartt, John, 50, 60, 64, 67
Huber, Ronald, 10, 115
Hudson, Jackie, 50
Huffine. Ruth, 42, 101, 122
Huggins, Dwight, 134, 137, 138, 145
Hull, Glenn, 43, 137, 138
Hulse, Laura, 37, 65, 108, 109, 122
Hulse, Mary, 50
Hunter, Donna, 20, 124
Hunter, Robert, 43
Huntsman, Willa, 43, 124
Husted, Avonlee, 43
Jackson, Roy, 43, 107
Jacobs, Eldon, 20
Jacques, Robert, 50
Jacques, William, 50
James, Martha, 37, 58, 114, 117, 122
Janson, David, 33, 62, 76, 77,10-4,129,148
Jaquiss, Elaine, 43, 112
Jarrett, Robert, 50, 134, 137, 138
Jellum, Margaret, 114, 115
Judd, A, D., 32
Judd, Ilene, 43
Juergensmeyer, Janis, 50, 122
Karch, Lenora, 20, 108
Kaye, Paul, 12, 64, 65, 104, 111, 129
Kearns, Roy, 50
Keesling,Janette. 50, 122
Keidel, Harold, 43
Kelley, Tony, 21, 131, 136, 138
Kelly, W. C., 43, 116
Kelly,John,21, 58,62, 104, 118,129,145
Kelso, Elmer, 50, 110
Kelso, George, 21, 106, 108, 112
Kendrick, Nancy, 51
Kent, Lewis, 51
Kerlwy, Helen, 51
Kerr, Mary, 59
Kerr, Stanley, 10, 115, 117
Kiley, Richard, 142
Kimmel, Keith, 51
King, Ann, 21, 120
King, Edward, 37
King,Mary,21, 105,114, 117,120
Kish, Lawrence, 37, 110, 113
Kissner,Joyce, 51, 126
Klote, Margaret, 51, 122
Kneeland, Robert, 37, 61, 62, 67
Knoernschild, Ruth, 43, 106
Koeppe, Kenneth, 1 13
Korsen, Anna, 51, 114,117
Kressig, Emil, 51
Kriegshauser, James, 43, 129
LaBonta, Louis, 21
LaFaver, Barbara, 51, 106, 120
La Faver, Dale, 51
Lair, Kenneth, 21
Laird, Alvin, 51,61
Lake,Jo Ann, 21
Lake, L. B., 21
Lamb, Donna, 43
Lamb, Owen, 51
Lambdin,Mari1ynn, 22, 60, 62, 105, 106, 108, 126
Lambert, Betty, 37, 122
Lamers, Doris, 43, 124
Landman, Jean, 43, 60, 122
Lanzani, Elena, 37, 55,115,116
Laudenslager, Raoul, 51
Laudwig, Evelyn, 43
Lauer, Frederick, 10
LaVoo, Norma, 22, 67, 108, 124
Lawrence, Robert, 134, 136, 139, 141, 142, 144
Lawson, Donna, 43, 110
Lawson, Eldon, 37
Lear, Clifford, 22
Leathers, Alfred, 37, 60, 66, 107, 117
Ledbetter, Floyd, 22
Ledbetter, Harold, 43
Ledford, Aileene, 11, 114, 115
Lema, Anthony, 115
Lepley, Richard, 51, 61
Lewedag, Vera, 51, 126
Lewis, Herbert, 51
Lewis, Wanda, 51, 115, 126
Lewis, William, 43
Linebaugh, Edna, 22
Linhardr, Bill, 51
Johns, Lloyd, 37, 129
Johnson, Carl, 37, 55, 143
Johnson, Dexter, 116
Johnson, Betty, 50, 122
Johnson, Garnet, 43, 120
Johnson, Marjorie, 37, 120
Johnson, Mary, 20, 105, 108, 109
Johnson. Merilyn, 50, 117, 122
Johnson, Olin, 20, 110
Johnson, Paul, 20
Johnson, Richard, 10
Johnson, Vernon, 43
Jones, Clarence, 20
Jones, Gale, 43, 116
Jones,Jeanne, 20,105,115, 118,
Linhart, Donald, 37
Lintner, David, 22, 131
Lintner, Pat, 22, 120
Longwith. Robert, 22
Lough, Donna, 51 , 60, 67
Loughery, Billy, 51
Lovelace, Mary, 37, 124
Loveless, Jessie, 51 , 60, 62, 117
Loweock, Ford, 22, 106, 108, 109
Lowe, Eleanor, 51
Lowell, Helen, 22, 120
Ludwig, Florence, 51
Luedloff, Donald, 61
Luse, Carl, 115,117
Lynch, Robert, 37, 129
McAnu1ty, Elizabeth, 32, 114
McAnu1ty, Patricia, 23, 38, 58, 109, 117, 118, 17.1
McCabe, Eleanor, 43
Jorgenson, Andrew, 20, 113
lvlu rph y
McCally, Lucy, 51, 115
McClaskey, Bertha, 43, 122
McCo11om, Bill, 144
Eleanor, 38, 118, 122
MeCollom,jean, 38, 59, 122
McCollum, Emogcne, 51, 106, 124
Mudd, Phillip, 44
Muff, Willette, 24, 115, 147
1x4u1lins, Harold, 110
1v1cCord, Nana, 51
McCoy, Robert, 43, 107
McCrary, Mary, 23, 105
McCrary, William, 23, 82, 131, 144
McCullough, Glcnice, 51
McCurdy, Migntxn, 51, 65, 101, 111, 116, 126
McDonald,june, 43, 122
McFarland, Nadine, 43, 122
McGraw, David, 23, 131, 144
McGregor, jean, 44, 120
MeKanna, Betty, 51, 76, 77, 117, 122,143
McKee, joan, 44, 120
McKinney, Norma, 38, 109, 124
McMichael. Patricia, 51
McRobert, lvlax, 52
McVeigh, Edna, 23, 114
Mackie, William, 51, 139
Maddox, Edith, 23
Madoiin,jo Ann, 37, 117, 124
Madsen, jearv. 51
1Vlagrudcr,Char1es, 38, 107, 113
Magruder, jo, 23
Mancuso, Louis, 11
Murphy, Donald, 52, 62, 77, 109, 117
Murphy, Glenn, 52
Murphy, Maryjane, 44, 106, 124, 147
Charles, 38, 109, 131
Myers, Eugene, 44, 107, 110, 112
Myers,joyce, 52, 60, 122
Myers, Phyllis, 52, 122
m, Harry, 52
Newman,john, 44, 113, 131
Nicol, Catherine, 52, 117, 120
Nixon, Dorothy, 24, 114, 115
Noble, joe, 38
Noel, Roth, 24, 61, 62, 131
Manning, Herbert, ll
Mansager, john, 138
Marshall, Bruce, 51, 55, 116
Nlarshall, Marjorie, 38, 116, 117, 124
,junc, 23, 60, 61, 62, 105, 109, 118. 120
, William, 38, 107, 110
Mason,jo Ann, 51, 120
Maupin, james, 115
Nlaxwell, Robert, 43
Mayhew, Gladys, 114
Melvin, Stephen, 11, 62
Melvin, Zolene, 32, 62, 66, 105, 126
Melvin, Frank, 134, 136, 139
Mennemeier, Lois, 23, 108, 115, 120
1x4ennemeier, Kenneth, 38
Merrell, Dorsie, 52, 110
Meyer, Elaine, 44, 59, 126
Mickalek, Mike, 52, 58, 59, 116, 122
Mikel, Tvtila, 52, 120
Milam, Margaret, 52, 120
Miles. Donald, 52
Miller, Dale. 44, 110
Miller, Donald, 52
Miller, Elzie, 38
Miller, George, 52
Miller, Maurice. 38, 114
Miller, Milton, 44, 84, 85
Miller, Wayne, 44
Miller, Walter, 117
Milligan, jay, 23, 113
Millin, 1ohn,38, 116
Minear, Evelyn, 38
Mitch, joseph, 52, 144
Mitchell, Bill, 24, 145
Mitten, Carl, 52, 144
Mogg, Pat, 44, 122
1y4onerief, Nancy, 38
Betty, 24, 61, 62
Donald, 44, 131
Moore, jerry, 52
Moore, john, 44
Moore, Patricia, 52, 106, 115, 147
Moore, jean, 44, 79, 120
Moots, Charles, 52
1y4oots, Gary, 44
Morelock, Tempa, 24
Morey, l.loyd, 38
Morrey, Garnita, 24, 115, 120
Morgan, Ann, 24, 115, 117, 122
ldorsc, Clyde, 24, 113
1x4orse, Ward, 52
Mosleyi, Kenneth, 24, 112
Motley, Robert, 52
Mozingo, Don, 44
Norman, Duane, 52, 131
Normile, Dorothea, 52, 122
North, Bill, 44, 107, 109
Novingerulane, 52, 124
O'De1l, Margaret, 11, 115
Cff, Mary, 25, 122
Ogle, Lewis, 52
Olson, Lyle, 44, 116, 131
Otto, Lela, 52
Overfelt, Myra, 44
Overfelt, Richard, 25
Overstreet, Lloyd, 52
Owens, Darlene, 52
Page, Carolyn, 44, 109, 126
Parcells, Frances, 38, 64, 65, 76, 111, 126
Parks, Evelyn, 25, 64, 101, 111, 112
Parrella, lrma, 38
Parrish, Lou Ann, 52, 115
Pash, Sara, 52, 101, 106, 117, 120
Patton, Gloria, 44
Payne, Donald, 25
Peak, Addie, 52
Pearson, Dennis, 53
Perry, Earl, 62, 134, 141, 142
Perry, LewiS, 44
Petershagen, joann, 44, 1 14, 126
Peterson,Car1a,53, 112, 115, 117, 120
Peterson, Marilyn, 44, 117, 126
Phillips, Roy, 53
Pierce, Donald, 39
Pierson, Norvin, 25, 131
Piland, Dorothy, 53, 124
Pister, Bobbie, 44, 131
Plenge, Anna, 44, 66, 117, 122
Pletsch, Lorraine, 25, 120
Poe, Bernadine, 44, 67, 124
Pohlkamp, George, 39, 134, 141, 142
Poole, jeannette Hornocker, 42, 60, 62, 1
Posey, james, 44
Powell, Lucy, 25, 101, 124, 147
Prado, Alicia, 39, 55, 116
Pressley, james, 53, 116
Prewitt, George, 53
Pritchard, james, 11
Primm, Gerald, 44
Prohaseo, Milton, 25, 114
Pulis, Sarah, 44, 124
Pulis, Shirley, 53, 124
Quigley, james, 53
Quigley, Mary, 25, 108, 115
Quint, Morris, 53
Rainer, Donald, 39, 110
Rains, Mary, 26, 126
Rains, Lois, 45
Ransom, Clyde, 136, 139, 144
Rauer, Alta Mae, 45, 124
Rebak, Andy, 26, 145
Reed, Thomas, 26, 114, 116
Reger. Robert, 53
Rehg, Kenneth, 39, 131,134,136, 138
Reidmeyer, Robert, 39
Reilly, Mary, 26, 109
Reinhard, Martha, 53, 112, 126
Rethmeyer, Donald, 53
Rhodes, Rol'-ert, 53, 114, 116, 117
Richardson, james, 26
Riechard, Lilie, 106
Riggs, Bill, 53, 117
Rigsby, Raymond, 26, 109
Riley, Beverly, 45, 120
Rissler, David, 26, 64, 66, 107, 129
Ritchey, Estella, 45
Roberts, Betty, 53, 106, 126
Roberts, Dale, 26, 110
Roberts, Kenneth, 53
Roberts, Waldo, 110
Robinson, lval, 26, 112, 114
Robinson, james, 45
Rock, Fred, 53
Roemerman, Donald, 45, 113
Roemerman, Henry, 26
Rogers, Ann Sue, 45, 58, 63, 126, 147
Rogers, Patrick, 53
Romine, Robert, 45, 61
Rose, Richard, 45
Ross, Kenneth, 53
Ross, Mary, 27
Ross, Loren, 1 1
Roy, Martha, 45, 59, 65, 67, 126
Rulon, Garold, 39, 110
Runyon, john, 53, 131
Russ'.ll,john, 136, 139
Rydclius, Gerd, 27. 55, 116
Ryle,1Valtcr,45,65, 108, 111, 112, 116
Salladay, Anna, 27, 59, 109, 117, 118, 124
Sanders, Donald, 27, 108
Sargent, Ethel, 45
Sayagc, Patricia, 53, 117, 122
Sawycr, Willard, 134, 136, 139, 145
Scearce, William, 27
Schnclllcacher, Virginia, 115'
Scott, Dorothy, 53, 63, 117, 124
, Eleanor, 39, 120
Scott, Henry, 39, 59, 63, 107, 108
Scott, Donald, 53, 64, 111, 116, 144
Schlepphorst, Larry, 39
Schneider, Wallace, 27, 104, 129
Schowalter, Mary, 39, 114
Schroeder, jerry, 53
Schroder,joan, 53, 61, 62, 67, 126
Mhnucker, Bob, 53, 63, 76, 77, 112
Schwarztrauber, Roger, 53, 134, 137, 138
Sealock, C. C., 27
Sears, Larry, 53, 61
Sel1aro,S. R., 27, 116
Settle, joyce, 45, 124
Shahan, jesse, 45
Shale, Susan, 45, 68, 71, 120
Shalley, Tommy, 53
Sharp, james, 53
Shelton, Annabelle, 53, 60, 115, 122
Shepherd, Dick, 45
Sheumaker, Donald, 53
Shinn, Anna Ruth, 63, 76, 106, 115
Shinn, David, 53
Shippee, Donald, 28, 60, 67, 129
Shippee, Marion Hunter, 43, 126
Shoaf, Orville, 28
Shockley, Kenneth, 109
Shupek, Francis, 28, 113
Siehl, james, 39, 131
Silver, Marvin, 53, 117, 134, 137, 139
Simmons, Sara, 54, 60, 62, 115, 120
Sims, Willard, 54, 141, 142
Simpson, Henry, 54, 63
Slates, Glenn, 54
Sloan, Donald, 54
Sloan, Frank, 45
Small, Fraser, 11, 115
Smith, Betty, 45
Smith, Charles, 45, 116
Smith, Ervin, 28
Smith, Douglas, 45
Smith, Murry, 39, 112
Smith, Gertrude, 28, 106, 114, 122
Smith, Herbert, 28
Smith, Marjorie, 28, 63, 105, 106, 108,
Smith, Virgil, 54
Snel, Mia, 45, 55,116
Sparks, james, 54
Speak, Bill, 11
Spearman, Elmer, 28
Spicer, john, 54
Spriggs, Glen, 28
Stafford, Ondrel, 54
Stahlhut, Robert, 45, 137. 139
Stark, John, 28
Stateler, William, 45, 60, 110
St. Clair, Wanda, 75
Steinrniller, James, 39, 109, 129
Stella, Margaret, 32, 115
Stelplugh, Richard, 54
Stevens, Norma, 29, 60, 114, 124
Stevenson, Wayne, 144
Stewart, Bob, 45
Stewart, Harold, 54
Stewart, Henry, 32
Stewart, Margaret, 29, 58, 80, 81, 105, 126, 147
Sticht, Ernst, 29, 55, 112, 116
Stinson, Baxter, 11
Strange, Donald, 54
Strate, Freda, 45, 106. 120
Strickler, William, 54, 63, 131, 143
Strohman, Marion, 45, 61, 62, 114, 1
Stuart, Betty, 45, 115
Swarthout, Julia, 45, 122
Syler, Delpha, 29, 105, 106, 115, 126
Tabler, Cecelia, 29
Taylor, Robert, 29
Teshaw, Shirley, 45, 124
Thomas, Donna, 45, 120
Thomas, Kathleen, 39, 126
Thomas, Nancy, 29, 120
Thomas, Robert, 29, 114
Thompson, Forest, 29
Thompson, Max, 54
Tibbles, Boyd, 29, 64, 107, 111
Tietsort, Eldon, 30, 131, 144
Tipton, William, 113
Todd, Judith, 46, 62, 66, 117, 122
Tollenaar, Adelbert, 54
Tracy, Marvin, 30
Traylor, Bill, 12, 62, 64, 65, 104, 111
Trefiletti, Peter, 116
Troutman, Shirley, 39, 122
Troutner, John, 46
Truitt, Shirley, 46, 111, 126
Tucker, Mary, 54
Tuder, Charles, 30
Turner, Gilbert, 39
Turner, Kathryn, 54
Turner, Samuel, 54
Turner, Thomas, 40, 116
Valbracht, James, 40, 112
Vance, Minnie, 30, 115
Van Houten,Ju1iane, 54, 120
Varnum, Arrietta, 54
Vaughn. Charles, 59, 116
Vaughn, Suzanne, 30, 62, 105, 106,
Veach, Fred, 30, 104, 118, 131
Vencill,Julia, 30, 114
VenCi11,Va1'l, 30, 113
Vercler, Marvin, 54, 116
Waddill, George, 30, 65, 108
Waggener, Mary, 30, 62, 105, 112
Wall, Richard, 54,60
Walker, Dorothy, 46, 120
Walker. Ethel, 54
Walker, James, 31, 131
Walker, Roy, 31, 113
Walker, William, 54
Ward, James, 46
Ward, Travis, 31
Wares, Robert, 31
Warren, Fred, 40
Vl'aterman, William. 109, 112
Watson, Jeanine, 40, 115, 120
Way, Frank, 32, 62, 129
Waybill, Kenneth, 54
Wayman, Franklin, 46
Wayman, James, 46
Wayman. Joyce, 54
W'eaver. Clifton. 107
Weber, Jack, 31, 61
Vlleekley, Joan, 54, 63, 116
ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY-
Agnew, John P., 93,112,118
Allen. Amy, 93
Allen, C, H., 58, 90, 93
Allen, Lula, 91, 118
Allen, Norvell, 93, 110
Aukerman, Robert C., 90, 93
Ballard, Kurt, 76, 93
Barclay, Eugene, 100
Barnett, Otho L., 93, 118, 131
Bauer, Ernest, 100
Beggs, Berenice, 93, 108
Biggerstaff, John, 93
Black, John D., 93
Blanchard, J, L., 91, 93, 110
Bohon, Kathleen, 92
Bowers, Orville, 91
Bowman, Dean, 93
Bray, Willis J., 94, 117
Browne, W. A., 94,112
Browne, Sylva, 98
Buckingham, Lena, 94, 115
Cable, W. A., 88
Castiner, Albert, 100
Clevenger, Clara, 94, 112
Clevenger, Lewis, 94
Cole, Duane, 94, 113
Collins, Sherod, 94, 108
Crites, James E., 94
Croarkin, Eugene, 109
Crooks, Forest, 91
Crummy, Elizabeth, 92
Cunningham, Earl, 94
Dailey, Irene, 94
Dougherty,James, 91. 134, 135, 139
Dudgeon, Phyllis, 92
Easton, Hamilton P., 94, 112
Fawcett, Vera, 94
Fechtling, Jolyda, 92
Flowers, Cleone, 92
Fox, Ben, 100
Funk, D. P., 100
Goeke, John, 100
Goetze, John, 95, 99, 118, 129
Goold, Edgar, 95, 107
Gufiey, Carl, 100
Hagemann, Hans H , 95
Hawkins, E, W., 100
1-1olman,S. P., 100
Hook, Ethel. 91
House, Ralph, 95
House, Sophronia, 92
Hudson, Emma, 100
Jamison, George Harold, 95
Jibben, Noemy, 95, 116
Jones,John B., 91
Jump, Eula, 91, 101
Karel, Leon, 95
Kauzlarich, Charles, 95, 109
Kerr, Mary, 92
King, Boyd, 95, 135
Kline, Albert, 95, 116
Kline, Vivian, 95
Kohlenberg, Gilbert C , 112
Knobbs. Pauline, 95, 122
Lair, O. E., 100
Leslie, Glenn, 96
Longwith, Betty, 92
Maddox, Delbert, 96, 135
1v'aGee, Llora, 96, 115
Magee, Viola, 96, 99. 126
Marr, P. M., 88
Martin, Charles W., 96
lv1cKinney, Frances, 100
McKinney, Robert, 90, 104
Mickelson, Jesse, 96, 109
Miller, lvan E., 96
Minor, NVilliam, 96. 113
Mittler. Eli F., 90
Monay, Ralph, 96, 109
Moore, B. L., 100
Moots, Irene, 92
Wehmeyer, Sara, 54
Welch, Wilma, 54
Weldon, Betty, 54
Wellborn, Beryl, 31, 106
Wells, William B., 113
Werr, Kenneth, 46, 145
West, Charles, 54
1Vest, Elsie, 40, 114
West, Roy, 40
West, Virginia, 54, 126
Westfall, Carrol, 134, 137, 138
Wheeler, Cornella, 54
White, Bertin, 46
White, Bob, 110
White, Darrel, 40
White, William, 46, 116
Wilgus, Yvonne, 46
Wike, Monroe, 54, 147
Williams, Rudolph, 46, 116
Williams, Walter, 40
Willis, Robert, 54
Wilson, Harold, 113
Wilson, Mary, 54, 120
Wilson, Patrick, 46, 107
Wilson, Royal, 31
Wimp,Jan, 54, 65, 76, 11
Winslow, Richard, 40
Wisely, Nancy, 31
Wiss, John, 46
Wolf, William, 46, 107, 116
Wohlschlaeger,John, 40, 129, 145
Wolford, Bernard, 46
Workman, George, 40, 129
Worrell, Fritzi, 40, 63, 112, 122, 143
Yagel, Shirley, 54
Yager,Naney,31, 106, 108,114, 124
Yocum, Marvin, 46, 107. 117
Young, Ruth, 54
Ziegler, Cynthie, 117
Morris, Howard. 90
Park, No-Yong, 96
Patterson, W. E., 100
Pattinson, Sallie, 96
Pickens, Dena, 92
Quinn, Roy, 88
Redford, Martha, 96, 112
Redmon, Noble, 100
Rhoades, R. V., 100
Richardson, Noah, 91
Riddle, Kathryn, 97, 147
Rieger, Wray, 97
Rodney, Robert, 97, 115
Rothschild, Felix, 91, 97,
Ryle, Walter H., 88, 89
Samuels, Leo, 100
Scho0eld, Ernest, 100
Scholleld, V., 100
Sears, Herbert, 88
Simmons, Lucy, 97, 112
Slemons, Agnes, 63, 97
Spears, Charles, 100
St, Clair, Richard, 91
Strub, Paul, 60, 97
Sullivan, Richard, 97, 112
Swain, E. E., 88
Sykes, Kenneth, 91
Valentine, Ralph E., 97. 99, 114
Veach, Norma, 92
Wade, Maurice, 138
Wade, Nan E., 97, 116
Webb, Karl, 67, 97
Wells, Phradie, 66, 97, 11
Wheeler, Hubert, 88
Whitson, Willie, 92, 98, 99, 114, 124
Worrell, Elizabeth, 98
Wright, Bailey, 90, 98
Yadon, Clara Etta. 98
Zeigel, Roland, 88
Zoller, Alma K., 92. 98, 120
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