Truman State University - Echo Yearbook (Kirksville, MO)

 - Class of 1952

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This spirit took the form of the conference champion football teamg the campus curtained in dewy glamour on a September morng the Air Corps cadences ringing loud and clear into dreary classroomsg the magic of music in Recital Hall and in Kirk Auditorium every Wednesday at 10g the rambling rush of white bucks and saddle oxfords from class to classg the initiationsg the lass with the Hirty eye wanting to be a wedding belleg the rejuvenated Index coming to the newsstand on time every weekg the grads who make the grade in every fieldg and the vigorous election campaigns in the spring of the year. The fact that Little Sir is charging through these pages on a bulldog reminds us of the mascot of the college, Brandy, who nearly brought to a standstill the competition for the "ugliest mutt" on the campus. So here you are. In the pages that lie ahead are sketches in memory to put gold in your heart even when there's silver in your hair. 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MARILYN Pafmyra BROWN, JACK Iwebb Cay BROXVNHNIG, G ERALD Loofzarn' BRONVNING. GNVENDOLYN Nozfefly BRYANT. MARX' CfaI'bI1'iffcf BURCHFIIELD. HAROLD II I exffff BUSCH. BOBBY Sl. IJIIIIJ IWIEI' In BU' CAI CAI CAI CAI CA: CA' CHQ CLI CLI CO. CO3 CO1 CO' CRI CRI CRI CRc CRI DA1 DAI DE' DO' DRI DU DU DU DY EAE IZAS EDI EI I' FLI PM ,I I'.R' f 7' 'I NR DUN II II 5 f'.'l1.'I 'Vlf' 'DIPIBI II., BI 2'I'Y 1x,'J,lLfll-I ,IRIQQI IN NORMAN I I Qu! LI1,ff1',I LAROSIILLA. LEO Sf lfwfflf IVYAIISON. PHILIP Mcxlam CASHATT. EMMA JANE IIl0l2e1'l-1' CAITEY, IVIARILYN W'i11iga1z CHRISTIAN, JACK Paril CLAUSSEN, JOHN Slaellagfville CLAVIJO, LUIS Bogota, Columbia, S.A COATES, VIRGINIA Mearlville COLEMAN, DONNA Chillicothe CORMENY, MAvIs Cincinnati, Iowa COWAN, JOHN Aaxvaue CRAIG, GRACE Macon CREASON, CHARLENE Milan CROSS, MARTHA Kirkwille CROW, SARA Kirkwille CRUMP, JOYCE Macon DABNEY, JANET Kirkwille DAUBRESSE, MARY ANN Kirkxville DEVOLLD, DELENE Kirkwille DOWNING, MARY Bloomyield, Iowa DREHER, MARIE Iemiingf DUDECK. LAVERNE Kirlwzfoofl DUIUEN, THOINIAS Allerton, Iowa DUNSING, DANIEL IIIajfI4'Oo4l DYER, WILLIAM Kirkwille IIASLIZY, JAQQUELIN I 111 rfflazzzl EASLEY, IVIARY Nurelfl' EIIWARIIS. GAROI. .Uariwu EITIZI., LINIIEN Graaff Caule I1I.!.hI'l'. PAIIIIIQIA fx!f'f4I'1!llL: MII-,R5ON. BIIII Hafmzffal iiR'I'1:I.. JIZNNII1 C'f11'cgffflf1f7 "'?'fzae4f2faiea FANNING. BETTY Chilfjcotbe FARMER, PATRICIA Clarence FARSON, ETHELLA Green Caxtle FORD, DONNA Kirk.r1filIe FORTE, EARL Affton FORTNEY, LEON Kirkwille FOX, MARILYN Oakwood FOX, MAR-JORIE Mendon FRAZER, MARY E. Zllilan FRAZER, WANETA M il an FRAZIER, DONNA Pollock GALLOWAY, SHIRLEY Perry GARDNER, JAMES Edina GEORGE, ANNA DORRIS Mexico GIBSON, NORMA jonefbarg GIDDENS, JANE JOANNE Trenton GIMA, CHOSUKE Okinawa GOAD, BETTY St. Loniy GORDON, ALLENE Rotloville GOSSER, ANNA Queen City GOTTMAN, FRED Palmyra GOTTMAN, RITA Palmyra GREENE, JERRY Moulton, Iowa GREGORY, JOHN LaPIata GRIMM, STANLEY .Macon GROBER, ROBERT Kirk.f11iIIe HANCOCK, WILLIAM Bloomfeld, Iowa HANMAN, GARY Browning HARBUR, LEON Kirkwrlfe HARRISON, RUSSELL Portland HATFIELD, NETA Nozfinger HATFIELD, JEAN Cincinnati, Iozra HAWKINS, ERMA LaPIata HAXVKINS, PATRICIA Cincizzzmfi. Iowa HEALEY, DONALD E. Sl. 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BETTY Newtown JONES, JOHN Novelty JONES, JOHN P. Kirkxville KATO, MAUDE Hawaii KELLER, CARL Shelbyville KELLER, IRIS Green City KELLER, PATSY Green City KELLY, VIRGINIA Etlimt KING, JOHN Milam KITTLE, EMMA Gorin KOPER, JAMES St. Cbtzrlef LADXVIG, COLENE Kirkfville LAMB, ELIZABETH Palimfle, Nebraxkii LANZA, ANTHONY Kirkfville LAYTHAM, ROBERT jacksonville LEMEN, MARY JANE Lemony LEWIS, LOUISE Finley, Temzesfee LEWIS, NELDA Revere LINNEMAN, LORETTA Forex! Green LITTRELL, JULIA C efitrizliiz LOMBARDO, GUS St. Loziix LOTTMAN, STUART Bronx. New York LUETKEMEYER, KENNETH uVtZ7'7'67Zf07I LUTHER, BERNARD IW. Dey Affoifzey, Iona LYBERGER, JOHN Ltmcizffer Pay F14 'LJ LYON 1 IVIAGE ,Z INIARS 1 IVIARI 1 MAR1 l IVIATI I MAU1 4 L MCA1 l MCG 1 MCG. I MCK MCM MCM MCR. MOV, MEET MERI IVIILL 4 MILL MOO1 MOO1 1 MOR1 INIUL1 MULJ NAM NEIL NEW NICK NOH OEST ORBI OWE PAEI PAL: PARC 605 I-I 'tl zge I4 Qzeadmen LYONS. GEORGE Braxbear Nl IIOERS, MARY LaPlata BIARSH, LOUISE Atlanta MARI IN, CAROLYN Lazzcafter INIARTIN, WINONA Revere INIATHERS, MARILYN Hopkins MAUER, JOSEPH St, Clair MCAFEE, DONALD Lezvixtown MCCOLLUM, WARNER Kirkfville IVICGLOTHLIN, ALVIN Novelty MCKINSTRAY, JACK Milan MCMASTER, CANDACE Shelbyville MCMASTER, TRILBY Sbelbyville MCREYNOLDS, LOIS , Kirkyville MCVEY, EARL Allerton, Iowa MEEHAN, MICHAEL J. St. Louis MERRELL, PEGGY LaBelle IVIILLER, DEAN Coryalon, Iowa MILLER, REX Bloomjielil, Iowa MOOK, MARY Hannibal MOORE, REX Corytlon, Iowa MORRISON, BERNEETA Parir MULFORD, LUIS Colombia, SA. MULLINS, BETTE SUE Hannibal NAMEA, REIKO japan NEILSON, JAMES New London NEWMAN, JAMES Kirkfville NICKERSON, RUSSEL Biicklin NOHARA, KAZUO Okinawa OESTREICH, ELMO Salixbziry ORBIN, MARILYN Iackxonville OWEN, MARY Princeton PAEPER, MARGIE Webxter Groves PALMER, VUILMA Rutledge PARCELS. REVA Sbelbifia l'11:4f: 15 zeekmea PARCELLS. RICHARD Kirlfwille PARKER. KAY Kl1'kU'Oflfl PARRY. JOYCE Kirkxwlle PATE, BARBARA Macon PHILLIBER, LYNN DALE Sbelbinav PICKERING, GLENDLE E. St. Loais PLATZ, HOWARD B1'aIl9ea1' PLENGE, JEAN Mefnplnif RAMSEY, ELEANOR ANN Fl. Macllyon, Iowa REED, EUGENE N ovelty REITHER, EVELYN Keolank, Iowa RISBECK, RICHARD Cbarllon, Iowa ROWLES, ROBERT H onfton ROYSE, DONALD LaPlata RUBY, PATRICIA Ml. Pleasant, Iowa RULON, ROBERT New Boston RUTH, ARLENE Downing RYPP, JEANETTE Hannibal SAPPINGTON, JEAN Ballwin SCHIE, AL Riclanzoncl Heiglols SCHOWALTER, JANICE Charlton. Iowa SCHROCK, NIARILIE Browning SCI-IXVARZ, MARILYN Lenlner SCOTT, CHARLES LaGrange SEAMSTER, WILMA Downing SELLMEYER, BARBARA Gillian SEVITS, DONALD Kirkwille SHULTS. CHARLES St. Lonix SIMMONS, MARILYN Green City SINELE, LOIS Kifkrzfille SLAUGHTER. JOHNNY Bethany SNOXVBARGER. LOIS I.anca.rte1' SNOWDEN, NINA Brookhelzl SNYDER. MARY Meznpbly SPAKE, EVELYN Milan Pmlgf' In I SPR' STE' STIL STO STO STO TAL TIE1 TOR TOL TUB TUR VAL VAL VOL WA: WA' WA: WAI WA' WAT 'WEE WEI WET WEI- HIHUU. M603 E N F Page I6 Qzeadmea SPRONG, GERALD Clyillicotlae STEWART, DARRELL Macomb STIDMON, RAMAH N ovinger STOKES, CAROLINE Kirksnille STONE, DAIL Bncklin STOUT, KEITH N. Kanfaf City TANNER, DORIS Tbompfon TIEMANN, CARL Florisxant TOMPSON, JOHN Mexico TONEY, MARY Glenwood TURNER, WILLETTA C entralia TURNEY, ELIZABETH Shelbyville VANNOY, RUSSELL Slaellaina VAUGHN, ROBERTA Lancaster VOLLE, T WILA Cairo WADE, FLOYD Raymondnille WAGNER, BOB St. Lonif WALKER, FRANCES Gilman City WALLER, DORIS Aiacon WAYBILL, LOWELL Bloomfield, Iowa WAYMAN, CAROL Greentop WEBER, MAGDALENE Yarrow WELCH, ALFRED Macon VVELCH, BRUCE Edina WENDT, FRANCES N oninger Page 17 Frexbmen .voon dixco-ver what a wonderful llaing if co-education --- A- -5--1-1'.I:tfk:-3 QW ww ew IUDL, Av fx 161: We WERR, MARILYN Shelbyville WEST, PATRICIA Queen City WHITTENBURG, BETTY A , f 7 S Macon WHITWORTH, REX Worthington WILDER, CAROLYNV Allerton, Iowa WILLIAMS, KENNETH Afton WILLIAMS, LARRY Twining, Michigan WILLIAMS, MARYBELLE Kirkwille WILLIS, JAMES Kirkwille WOLFSBERGER, SYLVIA Webfter Groves WOOD, FRANCES Shelbina YAGEL, SHIRLEY Broolejielaf YARBROUGH, MARTHA Palmyra YEH, LING KANG Peiking, China YOSHIZAWA, ELSIE Hawaii YOUNG, LUCILLE Yarrow ZELADE, TOMMY Macon ZUCCARINI, ROBERT Bevier ESTERLINE, CHARLES K irkwill e At left: FRESI-IMAN CLASS OFFICERS Not ELIZABETH LAMB, councilwoman DONNA FRAZIER, treaxurer DUMPY MCCOLLUM, vice prexiclent MAC HOWARD, preficlent picturecl: ANNA DORRIS GEORGE, .recretary BRUCE WELCH, councilman At right: SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Not NELL CALDXVELL, councilwoman SHIRLEY DAVIS, .fecretary-treafurer BRUCE MARSHALL, prefident DAVE STRICKLER, vice president picturecl: DON MURPHY, councilman Page 18 ADAMS, Ah BEA L, I' La, BROWN AI: BURTOI Gr ADAMS. JANE Memphis BEAL, MARIAN LaBelle BROWN, DALE Macon BURTON, JEANNE Greentop ALLEN, DONNA Qaincy, Ill. BOREN, CHESTER Leonard BROWN, LOUISE St. Catherine CALDWELL, NELL Bowling Green ANASTASOFF, GEO. Sr. Loaix BOYER, RICHARD Hannibal BROWN, SHIRLEY Newton, Ia. CHILDERS, VICTOR Rutledge APPLING, BESSIE Vandalia BRAGG, PHYLLIS LaPlara BUGHMAN, MARILYN K eokak, la. CHRISTMAN, STANLEY K irkwille V I,..f ,Q ASHELL, ED Kirk.v1fille BRENTON, BILLY Mexico BULICK, PAUL Kirkwille CLARK, BETTY New Cambria BALL, MARIE Marceline RILHART, HELEN Kirkwille BURDETT, BRUCE Milan LAYTON, RUSSELL Bloomjielil, Ia. BARNETT, CHARLES K irkwille BROCKFELD, JOANN Warrenton BURNS, ROBERT Kirkwille COCHRAN, EVELYN Milan Page '19 Sa aaaawea -A CONLON, ONIE MAY Cox, EDWARD CRANMER, JEAN CRUM, JAMES Montgomery City Troy Chillicothe Briilgeifille, Pa. DELVENTHAL, JANET DICKMANN, VERNON DIXON, ELINOR DIXON, MARGARET Warrenton Marthawille Green City Bloomfield, Ia. DURHAM, JOHN FERGUSON, GRACE EECHTLING, HOWARD FINNERTY, RICHARD E. St. Louis, Brookfield Kirhwille Keohuh, Ia. GORMAN, MYRA GOULD, FRED GRIFFEN, ELAINE HALL, HOWARD Laililonia New London Hannihal Mexico on my heft dren Sure hope I don't .vpill punch CUNDIFF, NANCY Kirhfzfille DODSON, CAROLE Cora FRANKLIN, JOANN Milan HALL, PAUL Boonville DANIELS, JOHN K irkwille DRAKE, MARY Elmer GIDDENS, RICHARD Hamilton, Can. HALLS, BETTY Coryilon, Ia. DEBO, ANTHONY St. Louix DUNARD, CHARLES Troy GONNERMAN, PAUL H iirdlanil HARNDEN, PATRICIA Allerton, Ia. - , Page Z0 HERN 1 I JACK: J KELS KISSI LANE l 6, I , THONY 215 , :HARLES AN, PAUL anal PATRICIA nn, Ia. 20 50114 HERNDON, NORMAN St. Clair HIGGINS, JAMES Kirkwille HOCKETT, RUTH Seymour, Iowa HOLZMEIER, ALFRED Kirkwood JACKSON, ROY Klrkwille JESSE, SALLY Clark JUERGENSMEYER, JANIS Warrenton KEARNS, ROY Wyaconrla KELSO, ELMER Ethel KENDRICK, NANCY Keoknk, Iowa KETCHAM, JEAN Atlanta KIMMEL, COY Green Canle KISSNER, JOYCE Sz. Loaix KNUDSVIG, LINDA Osyian, Iowa LAIRD, ALVIN New Salem, Ill. LANE, SARA DEAN Green City LANZANI, ELENA Mazlrlzl, Spain LEWIS, WANDA Rzmell, Iowa LOUGH, DONNA Wgfaconda LUEDLOEE, DON Overland Page jl , than ,QA , my ard 'V S No eight oklockx if we Jentl the football team of with Jorne noiye MACKEY, N ORMA Syracuse, Kanfaf MACKIE, WILLIAM Klrkwille MARSHALL, BRUCE M ontreal, Canatla MAXWELL, ROBERT Milan MCCOLLUM, EMOGENE New Boxton MCCURDY, MIGNON U nion MCMICHAEL, PATRICIA Atlanta MERRELL, DORSIE LaBelle MIKEL, TWILA Kirkwille MILLER, DONALD N ovlnger MITTEN, CARL Meclill MOORE, JOHN Braslaear MOORE, PATRICIA LaPlata MOOTS, GWYNN E Greentop MORGAN, ANN Wyaconda MOTLEY, ROBERT New Hartford MURPHY, DON Oakwood MURPHY, GLENN Clarence , MYERS, HAROLD Bowling Green NICKELL, NINA Rotlwille Page 22 64 e2Z Saphamafzeo N ICOL, CATHERINE Kirkwille OGLE, LEWIS Louisiana OVERSTREET, ELEANOR LOWE Kirksixille PARRISH, LOU ANN Goiin PETERS, REX Osgood PETERSON, CARLA LizPliztiz PIPER, DOROTHY POWELL, NIARY ANN Montgomery City PRESSLEY, JAMES Sparta, Illinois PREWITT, High Hill PRIMM, GERALD QUIGLEY, JAMES Greentop REINHARD, MARTHA Pollock REMINGTON, VUESLEY St. jofeph RIDGWAY, KENNETH RISSLER, KATHRYN DOUGHTY jamexport RITTER, JOHN St. Loziix ROBERTS, BETTY MARIE , Macon ROBISON, DELBERT l"UKff 23 OWENS, DARLENE New Boxton Another thrill froin those jighllflg Bullilogf on their wizy to title Bloonijieltl, Iowa GEORGE Queen City Cambridge, Ohio N ozfin ger Row 1. Row 2: ROGERS, PATRICK, Callao, RYLE, WALTER H., Kifkwille, SAVAGE, PATRICIA, Lacledef SCHNUCKER, ROBERT, Kifkf- ville, SCHRODER, JOAN, Hannibal, SCOTT, DON, Clinzon, Iowa, SHKOLNICK, STAN, Centerville, Iowa. SILVER, MARVIN, Hannibal, STARBUCK, BEULAH, Qneen Ciry, STELPLUGH, RICHARD, Mendnille, STERRETT, WAYNE, Mr. Plenfnnz, Iowa, TOLLENAAR, ADELBERT, Kirkwille, TUCKER, HARMON, LnPlnrn,- .TURNER, KATHRYN, Cen- lralia. Row 3: Row 4: .sopiomofzed TURNER, SAMUEL, Llnneu.r,' VERCLER, MARVIN, Claenon, Ill., WAKUS, NICK, Mndiyon, Ill., WALDMAN, IRVING, Brooklyn, N. Y., WALKER, WILLIAM, LnPlnm,' WALL, RICHARD, Milnn, WATKINS, RICHARD, Macon. WATT, ILA JANE, Green Cizyg WAYMAN, JOYCE, Green- mp, WEEKLEY, JOAN, Louisiana, WELCH, WILMA, Sally- bury, WIKE, MONTE, K1LrIewille,' WILLIAMSON, RAYMOND, Milan, WILLIS, ROBERT, Kirk.wille,' WILSON, MARY JEAN, Bowling Green. I 664 BAILI 1 1 BORR J BURG I CONI- J Page Z4 -P026 .25 BAILEY, LORA DOONE LaPlam BAKER , CAROL Elxberry BALAGNA, MARY Mystic, I own BEN JAMIN, ARLENE LaPlam BORRON, DARLENE Winigan BORRON, JUANITA Green Cayzfle BORRON, PHYLLIS Winigan BRUNNER, RAY Sl. Lonix BURGENER, JERRY Marcelin 9 BURTON, GUY E. St. Lonif, Ill. CLAYPOOLE, INA MAE Macon COLLINS, ROY Afton CONNER, MARY ANN Page Rdj'f01,l!7Z CONNOLLY, BARBARA Cairo, Ill. CROXV, ROBERT Centerville, Iowa DAVIDSON, JOLENE Kirkfzfille "The Doctor In Spire of Himfelf Jet flmnzn life in motion cwdafw DAVIS, SHIRLEY Bowling Green EASTERDAY, LELAND Milan HAYES, CLIFFORD K irkfzfille HUSTED, AVONLEE K irkwille DEAN, JOAN DEARING, RUTH St. Loaif Taylor GARDNER, HUGH GILMORE, JOHN Kirkwille Swartz Creek, Afficb. HANRAHAN, JAMES HERZOG, RICHARD SZ. Loiiif Hannibal JAQUISS, ELAINE JOHNSON, MAR JORIE Brookfelil Keytewille DENNIS, SHIRLEY H nnlwille GOEKE, ED J. Kirkwille HOBBS, J. W. Salixbary JONES, GALE Elbel DERRICK, NEIL Cnrryville GRIM, GARNETT DUNCAN, RUBY N ew Cambria HAMPTON, MILDRED Bloomfield, la. Triple!! HOWARD, AL HOYT, JANE Hannibal Gambier, Obio JURGEL, JAMES JONGBLOED, GERTRUDE Ozone Park, N.Y. The Netberlandx Page 26 f I Q 3 I I 1 I I KNI LIN MC MU Y bria LDRED Ohio ERTRUDE 2rlandJ Z6 KNOERNSCHILD, RUTH Augusta LINDHORST, HARRY Monroe City MCINTOSH, IVAN Callao MURFIN, JOE Lewiftown LAMB, DONNA LANDMAN, JEAN Hnrallana' Keoknk, Ia. LOE, NELLIE LOONEY, EDWARD Yarrow Bethel MEYER, ELAINE MILLER, WAYNE Hull, Ill. Novinger MURPHY, MARY J. MYERS, EUGENE Humphrey' Pellmjffzl LANZA, GLORIA K irkwill e MARTIN, WILLIAM Kirkwille MOGG, PAT Hamilton NEWMAN, JOHN K irkwil l e LAWRENCE, ROBERT Sl. Loaif MCCLASKEY, BERTHA Milan MOORE, JEAN Kirkwille NORTH, BILLY Wyaconda LEWEDAG, VERA Sl. Lonix MCCOY, ROBERT LaPlala MORRISON, RALPH Green City N ORTHCRAFT, JOHN K irkwille , ymm Page 27 Right loam! jiri! at the Ag Club afznzml Bawzwarmlng cmdofw OVERSTREET, LLOYD Kirkwille PAGE, CAROLYN Milan PASH, SARA BETH LaPlata v zw.-4 PETERSON, MARILYN LaGrange PISTER, BOB Kirkwille POE, BERNARDINE College Mound PULIS, SARAH Kirkwille QUIGLEY, JUANITA Greentop REGER, WILLIAM Hfzmzibal RHODES, ROBERT Cemer ROBINSON, JAMES Pfzlmym ROCK, FRED N ovinger ROCKHOLD, ROBERT Richmoml, Calif. ROEMERMAN, DONALD Blakefbfzrg, I owfz ROGERS, ANN SUE B rafbear RUNYON, JOHN Shelbyville Page Z8 6 C4 L1 Tl STI B4 V- -1 KN FA 28 :endow SCOTT, DOROTHY Wyaconda SCOTT, ELEANOR LaGrange SEARS, LARRY Allerton, Ia. SHALE, SUSAN Macon SLOAN, FRANK Klrkwille SMITH, BETTY Sr. Loaiy SMITH, VIRGIL LEON Kirkwille STATELER, WILLIAM H uwllaazd STEWART, HAROLD Macomb STRATE, FREDA Palmyra STRIBLING, JEAN LaPlaza STRICKLER, DAVID Edina STROHMAN, MARION Charlton, Iowa STUART, BETTY Brookfielal SULLIVAN, ELLEN Moberly SYKES, ANNIE P. Milan Page 29 Santa laaf Jagar plam for goofl and had alike at Chrixtmaf tea ,ffak QQ, ,W f :,' aqm' ., il V ,W I wAgi-.f, , ,II I I ill I ,, , 11 ' ,il , li I I II I Il I VI 1 I ai L I I I ' I iw I :I I AI I I I 3 I I I ,L ' I 9 , I w , I, I I In I I I I I I I I II ,. I I I,I I I I I I I If THOMPSON, MAX TODD, JUDITH TFUITT.. SHIRLEY, TUCKER, MARY WALKER, DOROTHY Allerton, la. Ofgoorl Kirkwille Bloomfield, Ia. Hannibal WAYMAN, FRANKLIN WEST, VIRGINIA WISS, IOHN WONG, PUI CIIEUNG YOCUM, MARVIN Kirkwille Kirkwille High Hill Hong Kong, China Bynnmifille SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS MARY BROOKHART, coancilwoman BURL ARNOLD, prmdcnz CHARLES BLACKWELL, vice prefidenc MING JOHNSON, councilman PEGGY CULLEN, cecferary-ireacaf-cf JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS GALE JONES, councilman ANN SUE ROGERS, coancilwoman NEIL DERRICK, vice presideni AL HOWARD, P1'6.I'id67Zf N ot pictured.' PAT MOGG, secretary-treaywer f -as N cwdafw Page 30 606 MAR JOHI BURI WIIN WA' MAI GEI HEI PEG Roc CHI JER Du HE: OLI Pug eadcwa IV1ARIAN AGEE Olean Home Econoinicf Ellen H. Richards Club '52 VIOHN B. ALDERSON Wichita, Kamar Phyiical Education K-Club, Varsity football, Track, Intra- mural basketball, Intramural softball BURL ARNOLD Leioiftown Bufineff Education, Speech Blue Key '51 secretary '52, Pi Kappa Delta '51 president '52, Sigma Tau Gamma, Pre-Law Club, Student Social Committee, Who's Who '52, Senior Class president '52 WINIFRED BAILEY Kirkwille Mufic Opera '50-'52 WAYNE BALL Kiikwillo lnduitrial Arty Industrial Arts Club '49 vice president '52 MARIETTA BARTLETT Chillicothe Pbyiical Education Cardinal Key '51, Sigma Sigma Sigma '48-'51, W.A.A. '48-'51, Student Coun- cil '48 GENE B. BARTDW Browning Playrical Education Basketball, Intramural basketball '49- '50, Intramural softball '49-'51 HENRY BENNER Perkasie, Penn. Biology PEGGY BERGFIELD Macon Elementary Education Cardinal Key '52, Pi Kappa Sigma '50- '52, W.A.A. '50-'51, A.C.E. '50-'52 ROGER BIESEMEYER N ew Franklin Pbyfical Education Sigma Tau Gamma '49-'52, K-Club '49-'52 CHARLES W. BLACKWELL LaPlata Zoology Blue Key '51-'52, Alpha Phi Sigma '50, Sigma Zeta '51 president '52, Sigma Tau Gamma '50-'52, Band '49-'51, Senior Class vice president '52 JERRY BOGENER Philadelphia Elenientaiy Education DIXIE M. BOWLING Bloomfield, Ioioa Engliib Cardinal Key '51-'52, Alpha Sigma Alpha '50-'52, Kappa Delta Pi '51, president '52 HERBERT C. BOWLING Bloomfield, Iowa Aft Art Club '50 president '52 OLEN GENE BRADSHAXV Kirkwille Buiineyr Education Agriculture Club '51-'52, Band '48-'52, Opera '50, Pi Omega Pi '50-'52, Baptist Student Union '48-'52 Page 31 PWR 'L WQK, Seadafw Carciimzl Key girly pazzre to pore after pot-luck Mapper I . frm , . if 45 , " 5 , . yy l 1 fx fi A li, 9976 . ow , gi . . I , f V ,, i 4-1, , .1 . .4 MARY CAROLYN BROOKHART Lewirrowfz EZ677Z97ZftZ1'jf Education Cardinal Key '51 secretary '52, A.C.E. '50, Delta Sigma Epsilon '49-'52, Stu- dent Council 52 ANNA MARY BROWN Kirkwille Elevfzeazfrzry Ecizzcafiofz EMMET T S. BROWN Bellmore, N. Y. I'1zcimf1'iaZ Arif Industrial Arts Club ,51-'52 MARTHA ANN BRONVNING rlflempbif Alzziic Band '49-,52 KARL F. BUHR u'7dIbi7Zgl07Z I 1zdz1.frriaZ Arif Historical Society 50 CLIVE BURNETT Ki:-Emile l.l'ltllb677ZtZZiCJ' Alpha Phi Omega 551-'52, Opera 348-'49 PATRICIA SHORE BURNETT Sf. Lozfif Ef6'7lZc?7Zf6Z7'j' Edzfcnfiovz JAMES lslERSCHEL BURRIS KirkI'z'iZ!e zlllmic Bancl 50-'52, Opera '50 GLENN ALYN BURROUGHS Sr. Lozzir Bzf.fi12e.f5 Ecfffcafiofz Sigma Tau Gamma '49-'52 Page 32 C an PA W M. H. M W R D B E F I1 R P IX 1: ' L-i ?' ' ftown l.C.E. . Stu- rwille N. Y. npbif tzgton :wille i8-'49 Lonir fwille Lonir Page 32 ,,... Seadafw PAT CLARK Marrball Englirb Sigma Sigma Sigma '50-'52, Band '48- '49 WAYNE C. CLARK Fenton Indnrtrial Artr, Pbyrical Editcation Phi Sigma Epsilon, Industrial Arts Club, Intramural volleyball, Intramural basketball, Intramural softball MARY LOU CLOUGH Kiifleiwille Englirh Cardinal Key '51-'52, Alpha Phi Sigma '49 secretary '51 president '52, Sigma Sigma Sigma '49-'52, Band '49-'5I, Or- chestra '49-'5l, Echo Staff '49-'52, Index Staff editor '51 HAROLD COFFMAN Milan Plnyrical Edncation Football letterman '48-'52, Track '48, Intramural basketball '48-'51, Intra- mural softball '48-'50 IVIERVIN L. CoLL1Ns Kifkwille Bitrinerr Adntinirttation Pi Omega Pi '51-'52 WILLIAM E. COMMACK High Ridge Pbyrical Editcation Alpha Phi Omega '50-'52, Phi Sigma Epsilon '49-'52, K-Club '49-'52, Student Social Committee '49-'52, Basketball let- terman '48-'52, Track '48-'50, Intra- mural basketball '49-'52, Intramural softball '49-'52, Intramural tennis '50, King of Hearts '52 RALPH D. COOPER Lebanon, Oifegon Biology DoNALD E. COSLET Mobeily Phyrical Edncation Football '52, Track '52, Intramural basketball '52 BETTY JUNE CoUcH Kirkwille Claenzirtify Cardinal Key '52, Sigma Sigma Sigma '49 president '52, Panhellenic Council president '52, College Players '49, Who's Who '52, International Club '49- '50 ELWOOD L. COURTRIGHT Mempbir Indnrtrial Arty Sigma Zeta '51 FRED A. CoUTs Elkhart, Indiana Zoology Band '50, Orchestra '50 JOHN V. Cox Befviei Barinerr Education Alpha Phi Omega '49-'52, Sigma Tau Gamma '49-'52, Pre-Law Club '48-'49, Student Social Committee '50, Intra- mural softball '50 RAYMOND CRIST N ew Barton lndnrtrial Arty Industrial Arts Club '49 president '52 PEGGY LoLf CULLEN LaPlata Elementary Edncation Alpha Sigma Alpha '50 president '52, Panhellenic Council '52, Cardinal Key '52, Who's Who '52, Opera '5l. Senior Class secretary '52 MARY DAUGHERITY Vandalia Elementary Edncation 33 492 Sendofie DWIGHT ADRIAN DERosEAR Memphir Bzifinerr Aciniiiiiririzlioii Blue Key '50 president '52, Alpha Phi Omega '49 secretary '51 vice president '52, Pi Omega Pi '52, Sigma Tau Gamma '48 treasurer '51 vice president '5 2, Interfraternity Council '52, Student Council '52 vice president '52, Who's Who '52, Intramural basketball '49-'52, Intramural softball '50 - BERT C. DAVIS Unionville Geneiizl Science CLAYTON D. DODSON Kiikwille Coniineice RAYMOND DRAGICH Miziliron, Ill. Phyficizl Eciiiciziion Phi Sigma Epsilon, K-Club '48-'49 ANITA PAGE DRAKE Kiikwille Home Econoinicr Cardinal Key '49-'51, Alpha Phi Sigma ' '48-'51, Kappa Delta Pi '49-'51, Sigma Sigma Sigma '48-'52, Ellen H. Richards Club '48-'50 JAMEs M. DRAKE Kiilefoille Biirinefr Aclininirimlioii Alpha Phi Sigma '50, Pi Omega Pi '49-'51, Sigma Tau Gamma '49-51 IRENE J. DRENNAN Kiikwille Miiric Cardinal Key '51, vice president '52, Alpha Phi Sigma '49-'52, Sigma Sigma Sigma '48-'52, Band '48-'52, Orchestra '48-'52, Aeolian Club '49 secretary '52 CHARLES J. ELAM Biookyielil Biirinerr Eciiicizlion, Pbyricizl Ecliiciziion Blue Key '50 treasurer '51, Pi Omega Pi '50, Phi Sigma Epsilon '49 secretary '51, vice president '52, Interfraternity Council '50, '52, Carnival King '51, Intramural softball '50-'51 LEO B. EMMERT Qiieen Ciiy Agificilllilife Agriculture Club EMMABELLE ENGLAND Hiinlliznil Elenieniizify Eclncizlion FLOID T. FANNING Perry Mizlbeiniziicf, Geneml Science MARILYN VIRGINIA FARRIS Downing MHIi6 Orchestra '52 KENNETH J. FARTHING Pmii-ie Hill S ociizl Science Historical Society '50-'52, Opera '50, Index Staff '48, Chorus '50-'51 JEROME F. FLYNN Mizrceline Bil.fine.rr Ecliicizlion Sigma Tau Gamma treasurer '51, His- torical Society, Student Social Com- mittee JAMES Fox Kiilawille 11Z6i7i.ff1'i6ZZ Arcs Alpha Phi Omega '48, president '51, Phi Sigma Epsilon '52 Page534 B4 bi! 'hi ent 'au :nt ent O's 32, lle ille Ill. rlle ma ma tds llle Pi alle 52, ma tra '52 alil ion ega ary lity 51, .ay incl Wy ing I ill '5 0, 'ine Iis- um- 'ille '51, en-A34 CLIVE G. FRAZIER Milan Pbyfical Education, Bufineff Etlucation Phi Sigma Epsilon, K-Club treasurer '52, Football letterman '49-,52, Basket- ball, Track, Intramural basketball '49- '52, Intramural softball '48-'52 GLENN F. FRENZEN Kahoka I ncluftrial Arty, llgricultiufe Blue Key '51-'52, Phi Sigma Epsilon '50-'52, Agriculture Club '49 president '52, Industrial Arts Club '50 president '51 OREN S. GALE Moulton, I owa Matnefnaticf Alpha Phi Sigma ,50 treasurer '51, Kappa Delta Pi '51-'52 JOAN GARRIOTT Cincinnati, I oioa Englifh IYIARY ELLEN GILSTRAP Kiifkwilte Home Econoinicr Pi Kappa Sigma '48-'52, Panhellenic Council '50, Ellen H. Richards Club ,423-'52 HARRY R. GLAHN Shelbyville Matbeinaticy Kappa Delta Pi '51-352 LARRY GORDON Ku-kwille Bufineff Atlntiniftration Phi Sigma Epsilon '51-352 RUTH GRADY Seaalia Bufineff Aclniiniftration Alpha Phi Sigma '51-l52, Pi Omega Pi '51-,52, Sigma Sigma Sigma '51-i52, Historical Society '51-,52, Cardinal Key '52, Blanton Hall House Council ,52 LAVERNE L. GREGORY Ku-lewille Hiftory Historical Society '49-'52, Whos Who '51-'52, International Club 50351, Bap- tist Student Union '50352 l'UEe 35 Blue Key men look contented after Jteak ilinnei' Santana IMOGENE L. GRIFFIN Brookfield General Science Sigma Sigma Sigma '51-'52 CAROLYN M. HAFNER Mokerze Elemerzmry Ecizccelzorz CONRAD T. HAFNER Moecme Bzrrrrzerr Ecizrcrzlzorz HELEN HEDDEsHEIMER Fo-rerz Green Home Ecorzomicf Kappa Delta Pi '48-'52, Ellen H. Rich- ards Club '48-'52 CLIFFORD HERRIN LePZem Mezzfbemolicr VIRGIL HOEMANN Werhingzorz Zoology Opera '50-'51, Index Staff, '49-'51 busi- ness manager '5 2, Pre-Osteopathic Club vice president '51 president '52 MURLEE HOFFMAN Elmer Elemerzrfrzry Eciucofiorz DOROTHY JEAN HOFFNER Green City Elemerzmry Education JASPER L. HOFFNER Greerz City Elemermzry Eofaceziorz GRETHE RAGNHILD HOLM C operzhagerz, Derzmork Lmzgzmger International Club '52 MARILYN L. HOLT Forirzell Ecizrcoriorz Pi Kappa Sigma, A.C.E. vice presi- dent '52 WILMER S. HOWARD Memplair Metbemazficr Phi Sigma Epsilon '51-'52, Industrial Arts Club '50-'52 LAURA RUTH HULSE Rerzrreleer Baumer! Education Cardinal Key '50 treasurer '52, Kappa Delta Pi '52, Delta Sigma Epsilon '48 treasurer '52, Intramural basketball '48- '50, Intramural volleyball '48-'51, Pi' Omega Pi '49 secretary '52 MARTHA BESS JAMES Brookfield Mario Delta Sigma Epsilon '48-'52, Panhel- lenic Council '50, Student Council '49- '51, Student Social Committee '51, Band '48-'51, Opera '51 DAVID R. JANSON Excelrior Spring! Ar! Ecicccezliorz Blue Key '51 vice president '52, Sigma Tau Gamma '49-'52, Art Club '50-'52, Student Council '50 president '52, Stu- dent Social Committee '52, Who's Who '51-'52, Echo Staff '49-'52 editor '51, Echo King '52, Intramural basketball '49-'51, Intramural tennis '49-'52, Inter- national Club '49-'5O, Social Calendar Committee '52, Tennis Team captain ,57 It?6 '24 elcl 1729 1726 een ch- 'ata ton 1si- lub tier 'ity 'ity are tell ESI- bi! tial aer ipa '48 18- Pi' elcl iel- 19- ,nd igi ma 52, tu- 'ho 5 1, wall er- lar ain e36 gy yr n JOHN GILLMAN JEWETT Boonville Bilrinerr Aclminiftration Sigma Tau Gamma '51-'52, Intramural softball W. LLOYD JOHNS Sz. Loair Milfic - Alpha Phi Sigma '48-,52, Kappa Delta Pi '51-,52, Sigma Tau Gamma '49-'52, Band '49-'52, Orchestra ,50 ALPHE C. JOHNSON T rinielaal, B.W.l. Social Science, Mathematic! Sigma Tau Gamma, '51-'52, Historical Society '50-'52, Cheerleader '51-'52, Student Council ,52, Student Social Committee '52, Who's Who '52, Inter- national Club '49-'52 BRUCE JOHNSON Moline, Illinoir Biology OPAL CLEO JOHNSON Cniila Elementary Eclncation A.C.E. ,51 treasurer '52 ANDREW L JORGENSEN Green Cattle Pbyficr Alpha Phi Sigma, Industrial Arts Club JEAN MCCOLLOM KELLY Unionville Elementary Ecliication Delta Sigma Epsilon president '52, E1- len H. Richards Club, Student Social Committee '51, Who's Who ,52, Carni- val Queen '5O, Intramural basketball, Intramural Softball EDWARD L. KING Rocky Forcl, Coloraalo Matbematicr Sigma Zeta '50 vice president '51 LAWRENCE KISH Green City I nclrirtrial Arty Agriculture Club ,5O, Industrial Arts Clubf5I-'52 Page 57 :Qi -vp...-,... NHMV- , Crowcl'J-eye view of peppy leaders of cheery at barketball gamer 4 ,V , , v ,f' 4,f954Ig fwva1 ein H7 , .121 , , lnarvdf , l 1 ROBERT J. KNEELAND Cburuou, Iowa Music Band '48-'52, Orchestra '48-'52 JUDITH P. KRUG Huuuibul Elementary Education Cardinal Key '52, Kappa Delta Pi ,52, Pi Kappa Sigma '52, A.C.E. '52, Or- chestra '52, Chorus '50 HARD E. LAMB Pulirude, Nebmrka Zoology BETTY ROSE LAMBERT Pumliu Buriuerr Eciucutiou Alpha Phi Sigma 349, Delta Sigma Epsi- lon '49-'52, Historical Society '51 DONNA LAWsON Ku-kwille Buruzerr Education ELDON D. LAWsON Nooiuger Agriculture Agriculture Club ALFRED L. LEATHERS Macau Muric Alpha Phi Omega '51, Band '48-'52, Opera '48-'51, Intramural basketball y5O HAROLD C. LEDBETTER New Loudon El677Zc?7ZIfcZ1'jl Eriucutiou Phi Sigma Epsilon, Basketball, Intra- mural basketball, Intramural softball VERREL T. LEMEN Lemon: Pre-Luw Phi Sigma Epsilon, Pre-Law Club, Track, Intramural basketball, Intramural softball Page 38' Seadau DONALD S. LINHART Browning Bafineu Eclacation Phi Sigma Epsilon '51-'52 jo ANN MADORIN Kirkwille Elementary Eclncation Alpha Phi Sigma '50, Pi Kappa Sigma '48-'52, Opera '51 V EDITH MADDOX Centralia Elementary Eclncation CHARLES F. MAGRUDER Kirlewille I nalnrtrial Arty Alpha Phi Omega '51-'52, Industrial Arts Club '51-'52, Phi Sigma Epsilon, '51-'52 MAR ,IORIE ANN MARSHALL Canton, I llinoir Elementary Eclacation Pi Kappa Sigma ,50-'52, A.C.E. '51 secretary '52, International Club ,51, Chorus '50-'52 CLIFFORD D. MARTIN Yarrow Incliiitrial Arty CHARLES C. MAY Harillancl I nclartrial Art! Industrial Arts Club ELEANOR JEAN MCCOLLOM Waialna Oaba, Hawaii Elementary Ecliication Delta Sigma Epsilon '50-'52, Panhel- lenic Council ,51, A.C.E. '51, Ellen H. Richards Club ,50 RUBY C. MCELHANEY C allao Elementary Eclncation Cardinal Key ,52 NORMA LEE MCKINNEY Kirkwille Bnrinefy Eilacation Pi Omega Pi '50 treasurer '52, Pi Kappa Sigma '51-'52, Historical Society '50 EDNA MAE MCVEIGH McCreaie Elementary Eclacation A.C.E. '50-'52, W.A.A. ELZIE MILLER LaPlata Chemiitry i Blue Key '52 WALTER T. MILLER Hannibal General Science, Bitfinefi Aclminiitra- tion Blue Key '52, Index Staff l52, Opera l5l JOHN MILLIN S. Ozone Park, New York Biology International Club V51 President ,52 LLOYD W. MOREY, IR. Millinocket, Maine Zoology, Botany, General Science Alpha Phi Omega '5l-l52, Phi Sigma Epsilon l5l-'52, International Club y50-'5l Priya' 30 Yclfwiwf- Mx 'Dx QW' 065- wife ...Lib-.4 X , if L2 Hurst aa a 4, 4 iff n fa Q ,, fa .af ff ,'ff.f,cf'2z .,, ,,., , X if V t I 5 ,. it ' , , ' U- v ff' an 2 ,i ,f ,f Mafaacf pa ',f'.,ff,,a ,finial 5 , f 57a s aww 25, a r ,W a M ,W ,tt 'fkn 'KZ' 1 IWW Seadafw CLYDE R. MORSE Cdeceased, March '52Q C enterifiiie, Iowa I iicinrtiiai Art! Industrial Arts Club '50-'52 DON A. MOZINGO Hiiilafianci Mitfic Band '50 PHILIP W. MUDD Kirkwilte I ntiitftiiai Atty Agriculture Club, Industrial Arts Club DONN W. MUELLER St. Loaif Biology Blue Key '52, Pre-Osteopathic Club sec- retary '52 DAVID L. MURPHY Clarence Biifinefr Education Kappa Delta Pi '51-'52, Pi Omega Pi .'5O-'52, Intramural basketball '49-'52, Intramural softball '49 CHARLES R. MYERS H oiiye Springf Biifineff Aciniiniftration Alpha Phi Omega, Pi Omega Pi, Phi Sigma Epsilon president '52, Interfra- ternity Council '52, Whos Who '52 MINNIE LOUISE OSBORN T olaca, Illinoir Mitric Kappa Delta Pi '52, Band '52, Orchestra '52, Nemo Singers '52 JEAN OVERTON Trenton Eleinentafy Eciitcation A.C.E. '51 president '52 EVELYN PARKS Boalaer, C olomao Play Prociiiction, H irtory College Players, Historical Society IRMA T. PARRELLA Staniford, Connecticut Cheiniftiy, General Science Cardinal Key '52, Sigma Zeta '50, sec- retary '51 JOANN PETERSHAGEN St. Loair Eleinentaify Eafitcation Sigma Sigma Sigma '51-'52, A.C.E. '51-'52 DONALD L PIERCE Hanilana Bafineft Ecliication Agriculture Club, Historical Society ALICIA JENKINS PRADO Atenaf, Cotta Rica Mathematic! Cardinal Key '51, International Club DONALD L. RAINER Alina, Iowa A gricitltifre Agriculture Club '50 treasurer '51 ANDREW D. REBAK Chicago, Illinoir Pbgfrical Ealacation, Recreation Intramural basketball, Intramural soft- ball, Intramural tennis Pa ge 40 . V. . . . - ----. . 415,.:,:gqg:.1:':3-5551515ffi'1f.::::::p:::1:L:1-E-'1-2-l'1i4kIi3':i3tEf3:5539-'55'CSE-f.I-1'J - fi KENNETH REHG E. Sr. Loaif, Illiaoir Pbyyical Eclncalion K-Club, Football letterman, co-captain '52, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Student Council '5 1 ROBERT C. REIDMEYER Hannewell Biifinerr Aciminimfaiion Alpha Phi Sigma '49-'52, Alpha Phi Omega '51 treasurer, president '52, Pi Omega Pi '52 ROBERT RHOADES Eclina Cbeiniflry International Club '51 RICHARD WALDO ROBERTS Lancafier General Science Agriculture Club A CLAUS ROHWIEDER Kafkwille Biology ROBERT L. ROMINE Chaiizfon, Iowa Mafic Band '50-'52, Orchestra ,5O-352 MARTHA JEAN ROY Kirkwille Mnric Cardinal Key ,52, Sigma Sigma Sigma 549 secretary ,52, Band '52, Orchestra '50-l52, Kappa Delta Pi '52 RALPH RUSSELL Kavbwilla BZHi1Z6,Y.f Aciininiiiralion ANNA LOU SALLADAY Kirkwille Biifinefr Eciiicacion Cardinal Key ,52, Kappa Delta Pi l52, Pi Kappa Sigma '49 president '52, Pan- hellenic Council '50, l52, Student Social Committee '51-'52, Who's Who 52, Opera '49-'51, Pi Omega Pi 751-752 p Page 41 Doriniioify girls rake advantage of Valentineu Day for dance Seadafw WW Seadofza STEWART D. SAWYER Trenton Matheniaticr HENRY EDWARD SCOTT, JR. Hannihal Englirh Alpha Phi Omega '51-'52, Kappa Delta Pi '51-'52, Pi Kappa Delta '51-'52, Student Social Committee"51, Sigma Tau Gamma '51-'52 JESSE F. SHAHAN Brafhear Inclnytrial Artf ORVILLE SHOAF Moherly Elementary Eclncation KENNETH SHOCKLEY Overland Bitfineyr Aclniinirtration Pi Omega Pi '51 vice president '52, Echo Staff business manager '52 LEWIS F. SHOOP Green City Social Science JAMES W. SIEHL . Cincinnati, Ohio Phyrical Eclncation Phi Sigma Epsilon '49-'52, Gymnastics Club '50-'51, Track '50, Intramural bas- ketball '49-'50, Intramural softball '49-'50 CHARLES H. SMITH Ottiirnwa, Iowa Zoology HAL D. SMITH Kirhwille Bnyinerr Eclncation HERBERT A. SMITH Milan Elernentary Eclitcation MURRY S. SMITH Elrner Social Science Kappa Delta Pi '51, Historical Society '51, Square and Compass Club '51 PAT SNOWFLEET Mnrhegon, Michigan JAMES E. STEINMILLER Kirhwille Bnrinerf Eclncation Pi Omega Pi '50 president '52, Sigma Tau Gamma '50 secretary '52 ROY E. STINSON Lewirtowrz Bitrinefr Aclniiniitration ROBERT E. TAYLOR Bloornjielcl, Iowa Mathernaticf, H iftory Sigma Tau Gamma '51-'52, Historical Society, Intramural basketball Page 42 sexcam KATHLEEN MARIE THOMAS Hannibal Elementary Education Cardinal Key '51 president '52, Kappa Delta Pi '51 vice president '52, Sigma Sigma Sigma '50-'52, Blanton Hall House Council president '52, Echo Queen attendant '52 FOREST A. THOMPSON Ottarnwa, Iowa Fine Artr ' Art Club, Index Staff HARRY T OWNSLEY Colorado Springr, Colorado Zoology SHIRLEY BESS TROUTMAN Hannibal Burinerr Education Cardinal Key '52, Alpha Phi Sigma '49, Pi omega Pi '50-'52, Delta sigma Epsi- lon '49 secretary '50, Historical Society '49, Kappa Delta Pi '52 JAMES W. VALBRACHT Palmyra Hirtory, Phyrical Education Historical Society '50 JAMES W. WATERMAN Center Burinerr Education Blue Key '51-'52, Pi Omega Pi '50 vice president '51, Historical Society '51 JEANINE WATSON Lucerne Home Econornicr Cardinal Key '52, Alpha Phi Sigma '50- '52, Alpha Sigma Alpha '50-'52, Ellen H. Richards Club '50 president '52, W.A.A. '50 SARAH B. WEHMEYER Princeton, W. Virginia Horne Econonzicr ELSIE L. WEST Kirkwille Elementary Education A.C.E. '49-'52, W.A.A. '49 BERTIN D. WHITE Madirori, Illinoir Social Science Historical Society treasurer '52, Intra- mural basketball '49-'50, Baptist Student Union DARRELL L. WHITE Chillicothe I nduftrial Arty Industrial Arts Club '51 treasurer '52 WILLIAM A. WHITE Kirkwille Biology IOHN DAVID WOHLSCHLAEGER St. Loun- Burinerr Adniiniftration Alpha Phi Omega '49-'52, Sigma Tau Gamma '49 president '52, Interfrater- nity Council '51-'52, Historical Society '49-'51, Who's Who '52, Index Staff '51, Intramural volleyball '49-'52, In- tramural basketball '49-'52 BERNARD D. WOLFORD Ethel Induirtrial Artit Gymnastics Club '51, Industrial Arts Club, Intramural basketball, Intramural softball FRITZI WORRELL Nerf' Harzforrl Englirh, Hirtory Delta Sigma Epsilon, Historical Society. Index Staff editor '51 1 4? 9 Z 'Uv' F S S o cial S cieiice WILLIAM W. BOGUE Hoiiiiibal Hirtoiy . ARLEEN CONYERS Toleclo, Ohio Sociology HERBERT E. MANNING Kiifkwille MILTON A. PROBASCO Unionville Miiric MARY DOROTHY QUIGLEY Gieeiitop Home Economics RACHEL PAYE SHAVER Bwiiimoille Eiiglifb GEORGE W. WADDILL Kiiflawille English ROBERT GLENN WHARTON N ooiiigei S chool Acliiiiiiimfezfioii ERNEST WITT Sz. Iorepb Ealiiciilioii . l l 1 s .,.,, uf'-J! , , The Northeast Missouri State Teachers College extended its curriculum to include the Master of Arts degree in l948. Graduate Work is planned on a three-year basis, during which time the student selects a major in an academic field augmented by one or more minors, pursues professional courses, and does systematic internship in the laboratory schools. Courses are offered in the fields of social science, line arts, business education, language and literature, edu- cation, and school administration. Miss Lucy Simmons, head of the Division of Social Science, this year sponsored the Graduate Club. fN,,,..f"f Dr. Cl11I7.7llIgblI77ZyJ clan flitcizrfioiis are over zz cup of coffee coizfilinerl l'11yi: -H Row Z: Pui Cheung Wong, Hong Kong, C!9Z77d,' Sevgi Basca- vusoglu, TZl7,e6jl.' Emi Watanabe, Hawaiig Maude Kato, Hawaii, Elsie Yoshizawa, Hawaii, Reiko Kinro, Hawaii. Row 2: Ling Kang Yeh, Peiking, China, Alicia Prado, Cofla Rica, Gertrude Jongbloed, The Netberlandsg Grethe Holm, Denmarkg Chosuke Gima, Okiaaivaq Kazuo afzedaa Zaaleata Helping to make our Campus a miniature UN are the 28 foreign students from 14 overseas lands. These include Ling Kang Yeh, Philippines, Ismini Ioannidou, Greece, Ming John- son, Trinidad, Gertrude Jongbloed, Netherlands, Grethe Holm, Denmark, Paulo de Paula, Brazil, Carmen de Paula, Brazil, Nina Ayres cle Silva, Brazil, Elena Lanzani, Spain, Reiko Namba, Japan, Richard Giddens, Canada, Bruce Marshall, Canada, Walter Little, Canada, Luis Mulford, Colombia, SA., Alfredo Clavijo, Colombia, SA., Pui Cheung Wong, China, Chosuke Gima, Oki- nawa, Kazuo Nohara, Okinawa, Sevgi Bascavusoglu, Turkey. Classed as foreign also are the Hawaiian girls Edna Kuniyuki, Emi Watanabe, Reiko Nishiwaki, Jayne Ikeda, Eli McCollom, Reiko Kinro, Betty ltakura, Elsie Yoshizawa, Maude Kato. Hairaiiazz girls efzfezvaizz al IfflVl1lffUl'1 l!flUt'c'.' zrifb Ifaejr' Nzlffill' llllfcl Vflqi' -15 Nohara, Okinawa: Jayne Ikeda, Hawaii. Row 3: Ismini Ioannidou Greece: Reiko Namba, Japan: Ming Johnson, Trinialaaly Richard Gidj dens, Hamiflwz, Canazfag Bruce Marshall, Moizzreaf, Canadag Elena Lanzani, Madrid, Spain. K 4 A .1 V 5, ,V ,, 0 f ,W I f - 1 ,l f iff WY., J Q X. 0, W W ' X W f X f fs 4: V VYLV A W, A ,l w V .uv i 4 4 5 V 1 I 1 1 if S, i? E , is 45 5? f2 4 , 1 , 7 W f ,, - Q f f , Wx, as ? 'ff ? x ,sz W i , X 1 " y ,, f fm- X ff M47 , . Q i 'sn ww GMI.. 'tiifofs .JL 'I iilil I ffl' i E 1 E l 1 ' I . I 1 i I I F I , i I i W .4 il El win .ll I il gl il gl fl Q! i Li 16 is Hi V la! W-1 5. il if :Nw ml. til. in M lly ,ill lli'i iilz, Hill lly will will wif .aww Nl ll yi 'll ip. I ii If. Ili., I. l ,. l in il if, ,il 'l .fl i li ii ' X, 1 V v hu. Zu ff as "bf 'T President Ryle, P. M. Marr, Herbert I. Sears, Newton Waplesg W. A. Cable, p1'e.firient,' Edward E. Swain, retretary. Not piclmecis Roy R. Quinn, zfice prerideazt. game! af egemla Composed of six members, the Board of Regents acts as the highest ad- ministrative unit of the college. Selected from outstanding business and pro- fessional men from the Northeast Missouri district, the members combine to form the supreme governing body of the college. School policies are prescribed by the Board of Regents in addition to per- forming the duties of employing faculty members winter and summer school terms, approving bills, signing contracts, accepting bids for construction and im- provements on the campus. Members 'of this year's Board of Regents were W. A. Cable, Hannibal, Edward E. Swain, Kirksville, Roy R. Quinn, Moberly, Herbert I, Sears, LaPlatag P. M. Marr, Milan, and Newton Waples, Kahoka. President Walter H. Ryle is an ex-officio member of the Board. Regent ex-officio is Hubert Wheeler, State Commissioner of Education, Jefferson City. HUBERT VVHEELER State Conmzirriovzef' of Education Page' 48 ad- iro- EO wer- ool lI'D' Jalg rtag ,yle :ate U -M' I NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE WALTER HARRINGTON RYLE Dr. Walter H. Ryle, as the highest administrative ofhcer of the Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, has Since 1938 maintained the highest standards for the school. Under his administration the college has grown to be an outstand- ing teacher training institution, and the campus is one of the most beautiful in the state. A thorough scholar, President Ryle takes an active in- terest in the educational program of the college and offers the student body the best in faculty and equipment. Always interested in the appearance of the campus, President Ryle has authorized many improvements in the buildings and grounds during his administration. In addition to his administrative duties President Ryle is always available for consultation and finds time for friendly visits all over the campus. 1 Zena aj 70Z4tf'Z666t'ZCWZ ROBERT C. AUKERMAN The primary duty of Dean Aukerman as Dean of In- struction is conducting the educational program of the Teachers College. In all his activities he works' closely with the Office of the President and the Office of the Registrar. Among his duties are formulating and activating a program of supervi- sion of instruction, acting as chairman of the Division of Instructional Service, acting as chairman of the Faculty Council, the Graduate Council, and the Curriculum Committee. The Dean has full charge of all arrangements for the Baccalaureate and Commencement services. In addition he supervises a program of registration for the students, pre- pares the general bulletin of the college, the schedule of classes, and arranges and presides over the weekly assembly programs. Closely correlated with the Office of the Dean is the Office of the Registrar. Mrs. Ralph House as Registrar has the duty of preserving the integrity of the credit of the Teachers College and keeping the academic books of the school. She admits students, keeps a complete record of all credits of students, and prepares the list of those applicants who meet all of the academic requirements for graduation. PG,QC'50 Www B.A., M.A., University of Wash- ington, graduate work at Syra- cuse University, Columbia Uni- versity, University of Minnesota eam af Wamea ESTHBR BROWN The new Dean of Women, Miss Esther Brown, arrived in july to assume her duties of supervising the social and personal lives of students on the campus. Her office is correlated with all other activities of the Division of Personnel Service. As supervisor of housing the Dean of Women prepares and approves a list of rooming houses for students, works out a system of inspection, rules and regulations for the oc- cupying students and the landlords. In co-operation with the Director of Residence she also supervises the rules and regula- tions for dormitory residents. Page 51 Aiding students in social and personal problems is another job of the Dean. She interviews each woman on the campus in order to become acquainted with everyone. Providing a wholesome and stimulating program of social activities on the campus, Miss Brown works with the Student Council and Student Social Committee in arranging the school social calendar. She also is an authority on matters of etiquette and social procedure. Wforking with the Panhellenic Council, Miss Brown helps foster united sorority action and a wholesome relation- ship between sororities. CECIL H. ALLEN A HOWARD MORRIS ELI F. MITTLER BAILEY B. WRIGHT . , . . . . , ' . . . ALINE Head of the Divixiozz of Per- Head of the Divifion of Nam- Head of the Dzvixiou of Ex- Head of the Divifion of Bux- S et .fomzel Service terzarice Service temion Service men Service reign tab!! LULA ALLEN ORVILLE BOWERS SYLVA G. BROWNE MARIE CONYERS FOREST L. CROOKS Counselor, Division of Director, Bureau of Librarian Cataloguer Director, Bureau of Peryoimel Service Audio-Vixual Education Field Service I 5 I JOHN GOEKE ETHEL HOOK DR. JOHN B. JONES NOAH P. RICHARDSON KENNETH C. SYKES Printer, Slerzograpbic Director of Librariex College Ploguiciau Direclor, Bureau of Director of Admiuiom Offff H7115 A'f7lJ'el47U-Y Correcpondence and Ex- 0666 temion Teaching Page 5,2 WANI Steuog of the , MRS. JOHN BLACK S witchboarzl Operator B ALINE BENNER KATHLEEN BOHON HELEN BULICK GLORIA CAMNITZ LUCILLE CRUMMY PHYLLIS DUDGEON MARTHA DYKSTRA JOLYDA FECHTLING Secretary to tlae -Dz- Bookkeeper, Dzvz- Secretary, Drvmon Secretary to the Dz- Secretary to Dean of Bookkeeper, Dcvz- Sapervzfor, Steno- Stenograpber, Dzvz- rector of Admzxfzom non. of Baxzneyf of Extemzon Serv- rector of Ophelia Instruction :ion of Bafinesx graphic Ojice .rion of Bafinexy S ervzce ice Parrish b Service Service WANDA FILKINS DENA HAMILTON SOPHRONIA HOUSE KATHERINE KEARNEY BETTY LONGWITH FLORANCE MURRAY WILMA NEXY'MAN Sfenograploer, Ojice Secretary to the Secretary, Oyfce of Stenograplaer, Ojice of Secretary to the AJ- Secretary, Divifion of Secretary, Diviyion Of the Regiytrar Prefident the Registrar Acirzziffiom Jixcarzzf to the Prexi- Maintenance Service of Bayirzeu Serv- dent ice MRS. ROSIE RANSOM Director of Food Service Helen Sparks, Moretha Whittom, Gladys Bachman, Bessie Thomas, Rosie Ransom Page 53 DR. WILLIS J. BRAY 1911-1952 JOHN P. AGNEW, Arrorifzfe Proferroi' of Il'ZL'6i'lZllliOllLZ! Relatiozzyy A.B., A.M., and Ph.D., University of Illinois NORVELL C. ALLEN, Arrirtant Proferror of Agl'i6IllfHl'E,' B.S. in Agriculture, A.M., Uni- versity of Missouri, Graduate student, Uni- versity of Missouri, University of Minnesota ROBERT C. AUKERMAN Profermr of Educa- fiofzy A.B., A.M., Wayne University, Ph.D,, University of Michigan awk? KURT BALLARD, Arrirlant Proferror of Ap- plied Arty, Student, National Academy of Design, New York City, B.S., in Ed., South- east Missouri State Teachers College, Student, Southwestern Baptist Seminary, A.M., George Peabody College for Teachers OTHO L. BARNETT, Arfirtavzt Profarrof of Drafting, Head, Dizfirion of Practical A1755 B.S., in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, M.Ed., University of Mis- souri BERENICE B. BEGGS, Ariimmt Pmferror of Ezzglirla Educrzziony B.S., in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, A.M., George Peabody College for Teachers, Grad- uate student, University of Missouri, Uni- versity of Southern California, Northwestern University JOHN D. BLACK, Pffofexror of Zoology,- A.B., University of Kansas, A.M., University of Indiana, Ph.D., University of Michigan JAY I., BLANCHARD, I77J'lf1'ZLClO1' in Ormzmefz- tal H07liCZlZfZL1'6,' B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, M.S., Cor- nell University DEAN B. BOWMAN, Imwzfctor of Fine A1'z'r,' B.F.A., University of Nebraska, M.E.A., State University of Iowa, Graduate student, State University of Iowa, Special study, Art Students League of New York City WILLIS J. BRAY, Pruferroff of Chemistry,- B.Pd., State Normal School, Cape Girardeau, A.B., B.S., in Ed., A.M., Ph.D., University of Missouri WALTER A. BROWNE, Proferror of Geog- mplayg A.B., Southwest State College, Spring- field, A.M., Ph.D., George Peabody College for Teachers LENA BUCKINGHAM. Imrrzzrtor of Home Ecoizomicrf B.S., in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, M.S., Iowa State College, Graduate student, University of Colorado, Iowa State College Miss SYLVA G. BROWNE 1915-1952 Page 54 Ap- or .ith- ent, urge . of lrts: tate viis- . of east .M., rad- I ni- tern LEWIS CLEVENGER 1919-1952 LEWIS C. CLEVENGER, Professor of Bolanyg B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers Collegeg A.M., George Peabody Collegeg Graduate student, University of Chicago, Ph.D., Cornell University DUANE R. COLE, Instructor in ll-letalsg B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers Collegeg M.S., Iowa State College SHEROD J. COLLINS Assismizt Professor of Speecbg B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers Collegeg A.M., University of Mis- sourig Graduate student, State University of Iowa ezcafto JAMES E. CRITES, Professor of Playsicsg B.S., Washington State Collegeg A.M., Columbia Universityg Ph.D., Indiana University EARL C. CUNNINGHAM, Professor of Plei- losophyg A.B., West Virginia University, B.D., Colgate-Rochester Divinity School, M.Ed., University of Missouri, Ed.D., Uni- versity of Missouri K IRENE DAILEY, Immrczor in Piano and Theory, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers Collegeg Student, American Conservatory of Chicagog M.Music, North- western University School of Music pf, -1 W ' HAMILTON P. EASTON, Associate Professor of English Hisloryg A.B., A.M., University of Michigan, Ph.D., University of Texas VERA E. EAWCETT, Associrzle Professor of Eziglislay B.S. in Ed., Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, A.M., University of Kan- sas, Ph.D., George Peabody College, Grad- uate student, University of Iowa JOHN C. GOETZE, Inslrirclor in Irislrirmentrzi Mzrsicg B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers Collegeg A.M., State University of Iowa, Graduate student, University of Iowa Page 55 EDGAR H. GOOLD, JR., Associule Professor of Literatureg A.B., M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina HANS H. HAGEMANN, Associrzle Professor of Gerrmzng B.A., Clark Universityg A.M., Ph.D., University of Wisconsiiig Graduate student, University of Berlin RALPH HOUSE, Professor of Remedial Reini- ing: Director of Clinical Serifireg B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers Collegeg A. M., University of Missourig Ed.D., Penn- sylvania State College VERA E. FAWCETT 1926-1952 Miss ETHEL HOOK 1920-1952 G. HAROLD JAMISON, Proferror of Malfoe- maliriy' B.S., A.M., University of Chicago, Graduate student, University of Chicago, University of Missouri NOEMY G. JIBBEN, Imtruclor of Spanirlag B. S. in Ed., M.A., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College LEON C. KAREL, Afroriate Pfoferfof of Tbeoryg B.M., A.M., Ph.D., State University of Iowa CHARLES E. KAUZLARICH. Amrranz Pw- feymr of Bzzfifzeif Eflarafiofzg B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College' A.M., Ph.D., State University of Iowa x W. BOYD KING, Inftructor in Phyrical Edu- cation: Head Bafketball Coaclag B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College' A.M., University of Missouri Q FREDERIC KIRCHBERGER, AIJOCLHIG Pro- feryof of Piarzog Graduate, State Conservatory, Wuerzburg, Germany, Student, Klindworth Conservatory, Berlin, Diploma, Juilliard School of Music, New York, A.M., Teachers College Columbia University, Student under Mayr-Mahr, Berlin, H. Zilcher, Wuerzburg ALBERT P. KLINE, Aryociate Pfoferror of CbemiJz1'y,' Student, Harvard University, Bos- ton University, Temple University, A.B., Maryland College, Ph.D., johns Hopkins University VIVIAN W. KLINE, Airman: Proferror of Mathematicrg A.B., Lincoln Memorial Uni- versity, A.M., Western Maryland Collegeg Graduate student, johns Hopkins University, Harvard University PAULINE D. KNOBBS, Arrociate P1'0fe.t.r01' of Social Science Edacatiofzp B.S. in Ed., North- east Missouri State Teachers Collegeg A.M., Ph.D., George Peabody College, Graduate student, University of Chicago, University of Wisccmnsin, University of Minnesota: Rosen- wald Fellow, George Peabody College 1943- l944 GILBERT C. KOHLENBERG, Armriare Profer- J01' of Englirb Hirtoryg A.B., Shurtleli' Col- lege, Alton, A.M., Washington University, Ph.D., University of Illinois GLENN F. LESLIE, Proferror of Elementary Education, B.S. in Ed., Central Missouri State College, Warrensburgg A.M., Ecl.D., University of Missouri LLORA B. MAGEE, Profefror of Home EC0l20l?ZiL'J',' Head of the Dirfrion of Home Ecofzomicr: Student, Stout Instituteg Ph.B., University of Chicago, A.M., Ph.D., Teachers College, Columbia University, Graduate stu- dent, University of Minnesota G. HAROLD JAMISON 1912-1952 l,Il,U4' 76 Pro- Ed., lege, Edu- Ed., lege, Pro- tory, 'orth liard ihers nder burg DR. CHARLES W. MARTIN 1930-1952 VIOLA A. MAGEE, Imlmctof' in Latin: B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Graduate student, University of Colorado, Vanderbilt University, A.M., George Peabody College JAMES H. MALOON, Arrociate Proferxor of Economist, Student, University of Missouri, Indiana University, A.B., Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, M.A., Indiana University' Graduate student, Indiana University 7 CHARLES W. MARTIN, Proferror of Educa- tion, B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College Cape Girardeau, A.M., Ph.D., University of Missouri 9 EUGENE A. MAWHINNEY, Arrociete Profei- ror of Gotfernmentg B.S. in Ed., M.A. in History and Government, University of Maine, Graduate student, University of Illinois JESSE MICKELSON, Imzruczor in Burinerf Educutiony B.S. in Ed., M.A., Northeast Mis- souri State Teachers College, Graduate stu- dent, Indiana University IVAN E. MILLER, Professor of Education, Head of Divirion of Educationy B.Mus. Colorado State College, A.M., Ed.D., Uni- versity of Denver 3 WILLIAM T. MINOR, Arriftant Proferror in Woodworking, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Mis- souri State Teachers College, M.S., Iowa State College, Graduate student, Iowa State College, Bradley University RALPH MONAY, Arrociate Proferror of Bur- inerr Educaliong A.B., A.M., Ohio State University, Graduate student, University of California, Indiana University SALLIE PATTINSON, Arrirlrznz Proferror in Rum! Edzacfztioog B.S., A.M., University of Missouri, Graduate student, University of Missouri, Teachers College, Columbia Uni- versity, University of Chicago Page 57 IVIARTHA REDFORD, lmrruczor in Hirroryg B.Pd., State Teachers College, Warrensburg, B.S., University of Missouri, A.M., Univer- sity of Wisconsin, Graduate student, Uni- versity of Virginia KATHRYN S. RIDDLE, Armmm Profermr of Pbyriral Educmfionq B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin, Graduate student, University of Wisconsin, University of Minnesota WRAY M. RIEGER, Proferror of Chemistry: Head, Divirion of Science and Malhematirr: Student, Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, A.B., University of Missouri, M.S., University of Chicago, Ph.D., University of Southern California SALLIE PATTINSON 1929-1952 DR. WRAY M. RIEGER 1926-1952 Top row: ROBERT M. RODNEY, Professor of Literatiirey Head, Division of Laagziage and Literature, B.Sc., Trinity College, A.M., University of Michigan, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. FELIX ROTHSCI-IILD, Professor of Secondary Edu- catioiig A.B. University of Missouri, A.M., Teachers College, Columbia University, Graduate student, University 'of Southern California, Teachers College, Columbia University. PAUL O. SELBY, Professor of Business Eiiacatioa, Head, Division of Biisiiiess Eafiicatioii, B.S. in Ed., State Normal School, Student, Northwestern Univer- sity, A.M., University of Missouri, Ph.D., University of Iowa. LUCY SIMMONS, Pro- fessor of American Historyg Head, Division of Social Science, A.B., B.S., in Ed., University of Missouri, A.M., University of Chicago, Graduate Student, Columbia University, University of Southern California, University of Colorado. AGNES SLEMONS, Assistant Professor of English ami Joiirrialism, Graduate, Mary Baldwin Seminary, Staunton, Virginia, B.S. in Ed., A.M., University of Missouri, Graduate student, University of Missouri, Northwestern University. fthka ,W , v 2114! row: PAUL STRUB, Iiistriictor of Bam! Masic, B.S. in Ed., A.IvI., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Graduate student, Indiana Univer- sity. RICHARD E. SULLIVAN, Professor of Early Earopeaii History, A.B., Uni- versity of Nebraska, A.M., Ph.D., University of Illinois. RALPH E. VALENTINE, Associate Professor of Masic Efliicatioii, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Student, State University of Iowa, A.M., Teachers College Columbia University, Graduate student, University of Missouri, Columbia University, Student of voice under Alvin Wilson, D. R. Gebhart, Hans Seitz, William Jaunasheclc, Paul Althouse. NAN E. WADE, Associate Professor of Laiigaagesf A.B., B. S, in Ed., A.M., Ph.D., University. of Missouri, Graduate student, University of Indiana, National University of Mexico, Private study in Europe. KARL E. WEBB, Professor of Theory and Instrumental Music, Head, Division of Fiiie Artsg Student, Milliken Conservatory, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, A.M., University of Missouri, Graduate student, University of Iowa, University of Michigan, George Peabody College. 3rd row: PHRADIE WELLS, Assistant Professor of Vocal Music, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Student of voice under Oscar Saeger, William A. Bachner, Member of Metropolitan Opera Company, 1922- 34. WILLIE WHITSON, Assistant Professor of Primary Eciacatioiig B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, A.M., George Peabody College, Graduate student, University of Wisconsin, University of Chicago. ELIZABETH WORRELL, Irzstractor iii Speech: A.A., Hardin College, B.S., University of Missouri, M.S., Northwestern University, Graduate student, University of Wis- consin, Northwestern University. BAILEY B. WRIGHT, Instructor of Rural Economics, Head, Dizfisioii of Bizsiziess Service, A.B., Teachers College, San Marcos, TeXas,.A.M., University of Missouri, Graduate student, University of Missouri. ALMA K. ZOLLER. Iristrzzctor iii Heafth: Coffege Nurse, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, R.N., Englewood Hospital School of Nursing, Chicago. Paige W viyion of flichigang ary Edu- niversityg folumbia vixion of . Univer- rNS, Pro- in Ed., folumbia AGNES Baldwin Graduate in scar '22- Ed., fgel ETH of Vis- xml San of in -itai 658 BERENICE B. BEGGS 1927-1952 wuwfy' J-f-"W" in 'cQ.,,qw .iff Ll. FELIX ROTHSCHILD 192 3-1952 LLORA B. MAGEE 1923-1952 WILLIE W HITSON 1921-1957 ,df PAUL O. SELBY 1925-1952 an II I1 N '1 li I! 1 tl H 11 11 un H ll U i 1 1 1 4 LUCY SIMMONS AGNES SLEMONS 11 1918-1952 1931-1952 L L Z ? NAN E. WKADE RALPH E. VALENTINE 1 1929-1952 1924-1952 Es 1 KARL E. WEBB ALMA K. ZOLLER 19294952 1929-1952 I K Zeaagaaphc Uffdce The Stenographic Office is a small business unit in itself, handling all the printing needs of the college. Mrs. Dykstra supervises the print- ing of all syllabi, tests, notices, bulletins, and letters, and handles supplies for the entire campus and the Air Force unit. The print shop under the supervision of John Goeke makes use of its copying camera and off-set press in taking care of the college's needs for advertisements, programs, and signs, as well as printing forms for the Air Force. dwtefmaae lag! Row 1.' Noble R. Redmon, Eugene Barclay, Hughes Crandall, Charles Spears, A. T. Cooley, carpenter, S. P. Holman, D. P. Funk, carpenter. Row 2: O. E. Lair, Merlin L. Scott, fireman, R. V. Rhoades, carpenter, B. L. Moore, Leo Samuels, Ernest Bauer, Carl Guffey, E. W. Hawkins. Rau, 3: Edgar Gothard, Ellis Newcomer, Ben Fox, painter, Albert Castiner, painter, J. 'WY Small, fireman, W. E. Patterson. JOHN GOEKE, primer, MRS. MARTHA DYKSTRA, Jupewisor Painting, sweeping, scrubbing, waxing, dusting, repairing, var- nishing, shoveling snow, taking tickets, planting flowers and shrubs, the handy men on the maintenance staff keep the Teachers College buildings and grounds in tip-top shape to make the campus one of the most beautiful in Missouri. The staff is supervised by the Division of Maintenance Service. .A Page 61 Rauf 1: Felix Rothschild, direclorg John Goetzeg Sally Bailey, Anne M. Parcells, Freda Cooley, Lenore Boyd, Dorothy Quigley. Row Marjorie E. Murdock, Esther Sadler, Virginia Swartz, Eutopia Bailey, 3: R. E. Valentine, R. C. Fadeleyg R. Erzeng Lyle Carterg Wayland Pat Paul, Helen Barnes. Row 2: H. T. Hawk, Lola March, Mary Lou Elliott, james F. Walker, Mary M. Estes, Charlotte Mittler, Opdelda awed malty Ophelia Parrish junior High School offers an opportunity for college students to gain experience in teaching on the high school level. The school is administered by the college. Row 1: Betty johns, mmicy Erna Kennedy, fifth: Mary Brown, hrftg Juanita Jones, arty Nancy jean Wisely, thirdg Elizabeth Pickens, fifth. Row 2: Willie Whitson, principalg Dorothy D. Richardson, Longwith, Howard Cumminsg Charles Snelson. College seniors have the opportunity to utilize and expand their knowledge of education at Greenwood Demonstration School, elementary school administered by the Teachers Col- lege. eemaaad acuity Jecomig Irma R. Martin, xixtbg Marie Dougherty, fourllag Anna Lee Heaberlin, recom! and tbimly Frances Schroeder, kinde1'ga1'2ef1,' Hazel Smith, jimi. A 1 ho de an lat tw aff an Rc Lu yegaw QU! ow ind . . .. ....,.... 1.-. 2 .-.,.. J:'.':.lI.::"""' --.-, fs., ,,., ..:.J"TS" ' ' Zi' I X' nd on ol- V .ee zel Zcwtcwz Wad Wonien students at the Teachers College find a home-like, modern atmosphere in Blanton Hall, resi- dence hall for Women. The hall is furnished in maple and has a cafeteria, recreational lounge, snack bar, and laundry rooms. The House Council, governing body composed of two representatives elected from each class, manages the affairs of the dormitory, sponsors teas, open houses, and dances for residents. Assisting Mrs. Augusta Pitts Mize, Director of Residence, in the supervision of the dormitory is Mrs. Luther West. EAW ,Y A Mrs. Augusta Pitts Mize took up her duties as Director of Residence in August, 1951. She is a graduate and former faculty member of Hardin College in Mexico, Missouri, and formerly was assistant director of the Women's Residence Halls at Missouri University, W. Home Gflillliflf Jeanine Watson, Ruth Grady, ? l1'efz.rfz1'e1',' Elaine Meyerg Kathleen Thomas, pa'e,ri1fe1zI,' Augusta Pitts Mize, director: Ina Mae Claypoole, rice ,f71'eri:le12I.' Betty Halls, Jane Adams. No! ,Dfct111'e1f.' lviignon lXIcCurdy, .vef1'etm'j',' Martha Bess james. 'bw V7 :WF ZA' -J 'ff' a"'Ag,J f 4 WJ! ? I Z if' T i N 9 'j B K ETH40 A 1 ' ' M125 ? 5 .fy I ., ME WMM ,, Q w ,l .54 ' 5 -Z if . if 5 .42 - 'Z Mezfn-we 1' Q 5 - 33 .B 1 ! Q -: 'E-' -5 f i 1 5 ' " I gf? 25, I 8 0 Q A - gl A N MQ ' I Q51 ' J W :efeliar JT- may ihyd iilf ly Q fb I ' ff . iii? ', X LJ: I if X Maw, 3' 32 , hx , H. , 'wi- '55 If Ei fl? A' ? gp' an g, ,p- 6' ,N ,li I , , , Wm? I r 3 1 4 if ,f Row 1: Esther Janes, Anna Dorris George, Marilie Schrock, Nelda Lewis, Marilyn Wert, Betty Halls, Emogene McCollum, Donna Lough, W. Lloyd johns, Richard Boyer, Elmer Kelso, Edward Cox, Jacquelin Easley. Row 2: Annella jones, Winona Martin, Wilma Seamster, Arlene Ruth, Donna Allen, Mary Jane Murphy, Juanita Quigley, Betty Roberts, trearurerg Thelma Daniels, Ruth Grady, Irene 5,064 ' dgma This year marks twenty-two years as Greek letters for Alpha chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma with monthly get-togethers for high school valedictorians, saluratorians, and college honor roll regulars. Scholarly programs with pepper, such as the one on our furry fellers by Fred Bickell, conservation agent, to "furl'ther our knowledge in this fascinating field, the One tr about that gallery of the gods, Yellowstone Park, by Mary Lou Clough, three-months visitor there, and one on Greece, its manifold maladies of the present and its hopes for the future, by Ismini loannidou, native of Greece, were all arranged under the guiding hand of Sara Beth Pash, vice president and program chairman. Twenty-three freshmen were initiated amid candles, quotations, and quick-witted actives into their first real Greek organization in October. Alpha chapters outer activities this year included a Halloween party complete with cider and donuts, Officers and members wait for meeting to begin. Betty Roberts, frea.rm'e1'.' Mary Lou Clough,,pre,vif1'e11t.' ,lane Adams, Shirley Dennis: Betty Halls, Sara Beth Pash, rite prerirfeuf. Drennan, Jane Adams, Kathleen Thomas, Pat Moore, Freda Strateg Nina Nickell, Pat Farmer, Elizabeth Lamb, Louise Marsh. Row 3: janet Dabney, Barbara Pate, Ramah Stidmon, Mary Owen, Sara Beth Pash, vice preridenzg Patricia West, Mary Daugherity, Ruth Knoern- schild, Linda Heimer, Oren Gale, Raymond Brunner, Jack Christian, Russell Vannoy, Neil Derrick, Dail Stone. the annual float entry in the Homecoming parade, and a gala April Fools party in the spring arranged by Pat Farmer. New members were initiated, new officers elected, and delegates to the Alpha Phi Sigma National Convention in Chicago chosen at the May meeting. Alpha chapter concluded an active year under the guidance of Dr. Hans H. Hagemann, sponsor, and officers Mary Lou Clough, president, Sara Beth Pash, vice president, Bess Appling, secretary, and Betty Marie Roberts, treasurer. ,,., M - ,, ,, . ., A ite, 3 ' ' th I' 1'1- an, 3. nd in CC O11 lg, -I. Row 1: Irene Drennan, Dixie Bowling, p1'e.vident,' Berenice Beggs, .rpomorg Kathleen Thomas, wee preridentg Minnie Lou Osborn. Row 2: Zappa Delta c Those who hold highest that lofty beacon for sound per- sonal ideals, sound scholarship, and sound educational ideals are invited to membership in Tau chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, na- tional honorary professional society sponsored by Miss Berenice Beggs. A highlight of the year was the Biennial Convention of Kappa Delta Pi at East Lansing, Michigan, to which Dixie Bowling and Helen Heddesheimer were delegates. Row 1: Sherod Collins, .fpomorf lla Jane Watt, Bertha Belle McClaslcey, Barbara Pate, Patricia Farmer, Burl Arnold, prerident. Row 2: Carl Tiemann, Stanley Grimm, Charles Esterline, Hugh CIP' Robert Glahn, Oren Gale, Shirley Troutmang Milton Probasco, Henry Scott, W. Lloyd johns. "Resolved: That the Federal government should adopt a permanent program of wage and price control" is thegques- tion active debaters of Theta chapter worried over this year. Burl Arnold and Walter Ryle, award winners last year, formed the nucleus for the l952 squad which worried the question through schools in Missouri and emerged as state champions. Bertha Belle McClaskey and Stanley Grimm formed an unbeatable team to win the Regents Debate Award for 1952. 376 Kappa Uelzfa Gardner, Water H. Ryle, Jr., vice preiidentg Henry Scott, Raymond Williamson. 'WW' 'VV 14, It 1 T 4 1 5 F6 Umegct 6 Pi Omega Pi invites to membership those students who are outstanding in scholarship and interest in the commercial field. Members must have either fifteen hours of commercial work or ten hours of commercial work and live hours of edu- cation and maintain an S average in the work. Alpha chapter, the founding chapter, was established on this campus by Dr. P. O. Selby, who remains as faculty sponsor of the organization. Row I Norma Lee McKinney treasurer Anna Lou Salladay ieporter Laura Hulse secretary Carolyn Page etiztor and lazstorzan Ken Shockley mae preszdent J H Mickelson sponsor P O Selby sponsor Charles E Kauzlarich James Steinmiller preszdent Donald Pierce David Murphy Row 2 Jim Drake Betty Halls Betty Collins Starting the year with a grand blow-out at the home of Dr. Selby, the POP's continued through the year with meet- ings twice a month which included stimulating programs and refreshments. Movies on subjects correlated with. business comprised a large part of the programs. A movie of the Home- coming activities and football game brought back memories of the "Erase the Bearcats" float entry of Pi Omega Pi. Other memorable programs were given by the Hawaiian girls and by members presenting a skit on the proper techniques of an in- surance salesman. The constitution was also revised during the course of the year's activities. Twenty prospective businessmen and teachers were initi- ated into Alpha chapter in November, and more became mem- bers in the spring. New officers elected in the spring were John Wiss, presi- dent, Ina Mae Claypoole, vice presidentg Jane Adams, secre- tary, Donald Pierce, treasurer, Bertha Belle McClaskey, editor and historiang and C. T. Hafner, reporter. Advisers in addi- tion to Dr. Selby were Dr. Charles Kauzlarich and jesse Mickel- son of the Division of Business Education Pi Omega Pi ofiicers Jim Steinmiller president Dr P O Selby sponsor Ken Shockley wee preszdertt Carolyn Page editor bzstornzn Anna Lou Salladay reporter Laura Ruth Hulse secretary Norma Lee McKinney treasurer Jean Moore Sara Beth Pash Ruth Grady Mary Jane Murphy Jane Adams Betty Roberts Shirley Troutman Bertha McClaskey Rusty Clay poole Olen Bradshaw Row 3 John Northchaft Dwight DeRosear Burl Arnold Charlcs Elam Bill Commack Mervin Collins Billy Van North Robert Maxwell John Wiss John Runyon Robert Reidmeyer of et- nd ess ie- of ier by in- U8 ti- fn- si- fe- or li- el- DY, m, .ee ,ne ay- ar, an er. Row 1: Anna Lou Salladay, Mary Lou Clough, Mary Jane schlaeger, LaVerne Dabney, Edward Bender, Charles Myers, Burl Arnold Murphy, Peggy Cullen, jean Kelly. Row 2: Ming Johnson, Laverne Not pictured: Betty June Couch, Walter H. Ryle, Jr., Jeanne jones Gregory, Dwight DeRosear, David Janson, Neil Derrick, John Wohl- Shinn. Wana 2044 Eighteen Teachers College students were selected to appear in the 1952 directory of "Whois Who Among Students in Amer- ican Universities and Colleges" this year. Recognition by "Whos Who" means that the student has been nominated by a campus committee that is instructed to consider the students scholarship, his co-operation and leadership in academic and extra-curricular activities, his citizenship and service to the school, his promise of future usefulness. The "Who's Who" publication hrst came into print for the school year 1934-1935. Each year nominations are made from approximately 600 colleges and universities. A certificate of recognition is awarded to each member, and a placement service is conducted by the organization for the benefit of seniors and graduates. Page 69 Two of the students selected for recovnition this ear La D y a ' verne Gregory, senior, Kirksville, and David R. Janson, senior, Excelsior Springs, are repeaters from last year. Students honored this year were Burleigh Arnold, senior Lewistown, Edward Bender, junior, Macon, Mary Lou Clough, senior, Kirksville, Betty June Couch, senior, Kirksville, Peggy Lou Cullen, senior, LaPlata, LaVerne Dabney, senior, Bloomfield, Iowa, Dwight DeRosear, senior, Memphis, Neil Tipton Der- rick, junior, Curryville, Alphe C. Johnson, senior, Trinidad, jean McCollom Kelly, senior, Unionville, Mary Jane Murphy, senior, Humphrey, Charles R. Myers, senior, House Springs, Walter H. Ryle, jr., junior, Kirksville, Anna Lou Salladay, senior, Kirksville, Jeanne Jones Shinn, senior, Birmingham, Iowa, and john D. Wolilschlaeger, senior, St. Louis. ' l lp fwrff ii I 1 I I l I I I I I ll ll l ll '1 ,s li i, , l, ., lg! . I ,. . 5 l l , J l li I ! , , , ll 1 V i l l ll' l ll? ll, N .-.uf-.1..,..--.W ft. , . ,A, .V ,, ,,.,,.,- ,......,-........... ..,.,.... ...., . ,..,-..,,. -lard-.. V---f.-Hn-........... V-V 'wliaal Kea Below: Nan li, Wfade, XPOIYIOIQ' Agnes Slemons, rpozzyon' Peggy Bergfieldg Dixie Bowling, Mary Broolchart, .rerrela1'y,' Mary Lou Clough, Betty June Couch, Peggy Cullen. WWW Al the laome of Min Wade Cardinal Key girly anemlaled gifti of food and clothing ar their Clarixtmay project College women who display qualities of leadership, scholarship, character, and participation in school activities, and who have 60 hours of college credit, are eligible for membership in Cardinal Key. Sister to Blue Key, the service organization sells Homecoming buttons, does welfare work, ushers at college and civic affairs, and conducts tours on Senior Day. J Ruth Grady, Ina Mae Claypoole, and Judith Krug became mem- bers of Cardinal Key in March at the home of Miss Agnes Slemons, co-sponsor. ,. At right: Irene Drennan, vice f71A9,fllll67Zf,' Laura Ruth Hulse, t1'eara1'e1',' Ruby Mclilhaneyg Jean Mooreg Mary Jane Murphyg Irma Parrellag Ann Sue Rogers, Martha Roy, Eleanor Scott, Kathleen Thomas, p1'efifle11t,' Shirley Troutmang Jeanine Watson. Not piclarerl: Jeanne Shinn, Dorothy Graves, Anna Lou Salladay. Page 70 'Ka B i l K x Sf Es SS W Y A Z I I J: YS if 55 fl l- 5: K 7 l jf 16 M it M 4 70 Blue Key men caught in the act of jar! one of the many behind-the-.rcener jobr in Homecoming preparation Blue Key fraternity, honorary service organization, invites to member- ship college men who show definite qualities in leadership, scholarship, char- acter, and who take active part in student affairs. Dr. Richard Sullivan sponsors this top menls organization. Most important function of Blue Key is the planning and execution of the fall Homecoming festivities. This consumes many hours and months of planning, and the members take pride in smoothly executing the task. A main project of the group is the publishing of the all school Student Directory, which appears each fall. Other activities include many phases of service to the college, ushering at social functions, conducting tours for Senior Day, and presenting the annual "I Am An American Day" assembly. Dwight DeRosear was this year's president, ably assisted by David Janson, vice president, Burl Arnold, secretary, and Charles "Bud,' Elam, treasurer. Era Page 71 -- '-e- fr-.: ::::::gQ-:-M-1 Q Zane Kea Burl Arnold, Charles Blackwell, Dwight DeRosear. Neil Derrick, Charles Elam, Glenn Frenzen, Glen Fugate, David Janson, Gale Jones, Elzie Miller, Walter Miller, Donn Mueller, Bob Schnucker, Jim Wateririan. 1 M 7 7 ff 4f fha, , , Mg? ,X X ws www ,MXX A X, xr 'KW 0+ .l S ' gf 4 Awww X ff X H' 1 fkw X AWN fx A , QMZ? X 455 945 f ,, ' , ' , ,U , X fi? fa '- f f ii ' 3' 'X ' I X x 'M X WM! W K x 5, "gf x I K W X, I if ' Sw V 'T ' . X55'i'f X X ' V Q N x ' 1 W W ' ' X f , ' x f ' -f 'Q A , I X AW 5- ,mf 7 -- Rh V , ,f Xv-w X X41-XYQXQ' 6 X Z Q ,,.' I 1 A iff. - ' Q' NS X N 2 C Q X , ' x ' . ' I 5, L I ,W I ' . ,f ,, M Vp . , - . V 1 A I . .QV Pm, Nil . X 4 I v , ,Nw-,, , ' A Z , 'ia W f ,ff .44 f f fan f' 5' z ff W ff , ff We f f ' 1 1 ,, A I f Y ' V' X f if if 1 V A 3 -- . 1 8 we Z Fw Q. 1 0 'll Q M" Row 1: James O. Ward, recrelaryy Donald Rainer, trearurery Platzg Darrell Fouchg Calvin Andersong Elmer Kelso, Olen Gene Brad- Waldo Roberts, vice preridenty Glenn Frenzen, pferidentg Norvell shaw. Row 3: Bobby White, W. L. Martin, Wayne Millerg Glenn Allen, co-.rpomorg Jay L. Blanchard, co-Jpomon Wm. Bennie Wells. Spriggsg David Lillardg William Statelerg Dorsie Merrellg John Lybergerg Row 2: Gary Hanman, Charles Barnettg Linden Eitel, Howard William Tipton. f47fz6aaZzfafze Zia! A Fodder, baled hay, leaves, and old harness decorated Sociability Hall on the night of November 10, when the Ag Club held its annual big event, the Barnwarming. Jane Yarbrough was crowned Queen at the height of an evening of square dancing sparked by a hog-calling contest and re- freshments of ham sandwiches, apples, and coffee. Donald Rainer out- yelled Dean Aukerman and Sherod Collins to walk off with the hog- calling prize. Dean Martin and his Town and Country Boys furnished the music for dancing while Charley Hays called the squares. Fifteen- year-old Frank Williams entertained with piano selections. Another highlight of the Ag Club year was the winning of the first prize for its Homecoming float. About that time too the members ap- peared on the campus in snappy new jackets advertising the KSTC Ag Club. A skating party and movies hlled up bi-monthly meeting dates for the rest of the year. Waldo Roberts succeeded Glenn Frenzen as president in the spring quarter. Bennie Wells then became vice president, Charles Barnett, secre- tary, and Donald Rainer, treasurer. Norvell C. Allen and Jay L. Blanchard share the sponsorship. Bar'1zzm1'mi1zg Queen fmze Yarb1'01zgb 'willy ntteazrfmztr Shirley Bfozwz and Pfoylfir Shafer Page 7-1 N x ke p 5. as as tr .. JN x is s d- 'lfl ar, ill it, ht 6- it- g- ed U- st P- '8 es 18 e- rd 74 Row 1: Richard Herzog, Lloyd Morey, James Jurgel, public relaliomg Walter I-I. Ryle, program directory john Millin, preridenrg Mignon McCurdy, vice preridentg Pui Cheung Wong, treczmrer: Robert Rhodes, Ling Kang Yeh. Row 2: Elaine Griffen, Joan Weekley, Kazuo Nohara, Elena Lanzani, Emi Watanabe, Reiko Kinro, Jayne Ikeda, Elsie Wrlefwmcdanaf E acl This campus UN lets foreign and American students tune their heart strings to something besides "Home Sweet Home." All races, all faces here convene to foster brotherhood. Spring of '51 the Convention of International Clubs of Missouri was held here with a formal ball featuring food, fun, and music of round-the-world calibre. Members look forward to the annual banquet which makes foods from all lands just as near as here. Row 1: Lawrence Kish, Dale Sees, Wayne Ball, vice p1'e.ricz'ef2t,' Otho Barnett, Duane R. Cole, Jpomory Raymond Crist, preridentg Dar- rell White, trerzrzzrerg Philip Mudd, Clyde Morse. Row 2: William Stateler, Andrew Jorgensen, Bernard Wolford, Gerald DeWitt, Glenn Yoshizawa, Maude Kato, Edna Kuniyuku, Sevgi Bascavusoglu, Ismini Ioannidou. Row 3: jean Stribling, Winifred Bailey, Chosuke Gima, Grethe Holm, Gertrude Jongbloed, Alicia Prado, Murlee Hoffman, Reiko Namba, Aurelia jenkins, Carolyn Hafner. Not pictured: Nan E. Wade, Jpomorg Noemy jibben, Jpomor. Taking advantage of their special ability in tool handling and construction, the members of the Industrial Arts Club put together a mechanical Homecoming float which actually did "Skin the Bearcats" and took second place. Movies of subjects of interest to Industrial Arts majors made up a large part of the programs at bi-monthly meetings. Dean Martin succeeded Raymond Crist as president late in the year. Duane Cole and Otho Barnett sponsor the group. Wwluazfzcal 14254 Zac! Frenzen, James O. Ward, Earl Davidson, Pat Rogers. Row 3: Gordon O. Johnson, State Department of Education, Robert Fishback, Glenn Spriggs, Robert McCullough, Keith Kimmel, Woodrow Hill, Dean Martin, Wilmer Howard, William Tipton. f 22 ,V at 'V xiii .75 1 ff T .. at ...ff 71' ,ffff 'X 6 Wfw ff! , aff ff! , f f if 1 Q X Z ff ,GK X X ff f Row 1: Delene DeVolld, Lora Doone Bailey, Pauline D. Knobbs, Jpomovq' Neil Derrick, presidentg Walter H. Ryle, Jr., vice prerident' Darlene Owens, Evelyn Parks. Row 2: Laverne Gregory, John Ritter, Bert White, Jack Christian, Bob Taylor, Bob Schnucker, Martha Red- Wdatazdcczl Sacdeig News reviews, fearless freedom forums, Archduke Otto of Austria, picking the bones and boners of presidential candi- dates, giving dates, facts fresh wax jobs, discussing international relations, sponsoring dine-a-mite banquets all add up to new glory for social science majors and students. ford. Row 3: R. E. Sullivan, W. A. Browne, J. H. Maloon, G. C. Kohlenberg, E. A. Mawhinney, Lucy Simmons, Hamilton P. Easton, J. P. Agnew. Membership in Association for Childhood Education is open to majors and students in Elementary Education. Miss Willie Whitson, sponsor, upholds its purpose of developing professional interests and studying problems. f44aac6a1!6aa ofa irlfnfiaad dcccaldavz Row I: Eva Tipton, Ruby McElhaney, Marilyn Holt, vice preri- belle England. Row 2: Josephine Balagna, Murlee Hoffman, Mildred dentg Jean Overton Poster, pferidentg Willie Whitson, Jpomofg Mar- Hampton, Freda Strate, Peggy Bergheld, Arlene Benjamin, Bernardine jorie Marshall, .tec1'eta1'y,' Cleo Johnson, trearufferg Garnett Grim, Emma- Poe, Mary Daugherity, Ann Acuff, Elsie West, Judith Krug. af.,f , , as, af 15 P z 0 C S l 1 C 2 il I P c 1. c t I t ll I. I t ,Sq it 1 x C. on, is .iss U8 Pt red ine Row 1: Rosemary Anderson, Eleanor Scottg Nell Caldwell, re' p01'ler,' Carol Baker, Jec1'em1'y,' Jeanine Watson Keith, presidenty Lena P. Buckingham, co-rpomorg Llora MaGee, co-Jpomofg Wanda Lewis, trearuren' Marilyn Peterson, vice pre.rident,' Mary Ellen Gilstrap, Vir- ginia Bross. Row 2: Joanne Anderson, Jane Anderson, Marilyn Simmons, Edna Barber, Merle Duncan, Jean Sappington, Jane Hoyt, Qfieccwz 5 Membership in the Colhecon Club, formerly the Ellen H. Richards Club, is open to girls interested in home economics. A large part of the members are majors in home economics. Jeanine Watson, as president, conducted the meetings of the club, assisted by Marilyn Peterson, vice pres- ident, Carol Baker, secretary, Wanda Lewis, treasurer, Nell Caldwell, re- porter. i i 5 I at ,, Q Af With the theme of the year based 4 W on foreign countries, the programs at meetings were given by foreign stu- dents on the campus. Slides of her trip to Hawaii were shown by Miss Llora MaGee, co-sponsor, at one of the meetings. At Christmas time Miss MaGee entertained the future home- makers at her home. A St. Patrickys Day party was the last event held in the year. Nemberi prepare refrerlomefzrr for then' meetzngf willy Jpomori Llora M4zGee and Lena Bnckinglaam Purge 77 Joanne Giddens, Beverly Blevins, Mary Ellen Tucker, Helen Heddes- heimer, Reiko Namba, Betty Stuart. Row 3: Waneta Frazer, Ruth Knoernschild, Ann Morgan, Pat Moore, Lou Ann Parrish, Mary Bell Easley, Mary Evelyn Magers, Elizabeth Lamb, LaVerne Dudeck, Marian Ruth Beal, Marilyn Bughman. Members alternate the responsibility of planning meet- invs re arin refreshments and arran in ro rams. o 1 g v g Colhecon girls concocted a float for the Homecoming parade and baked cookies for the tea held during the Speech Tournament on the campus. Displaying their culinary talents the members of the club baked cookies, cup cakes, and other pastries to sell to the Air Force unit stationed here. ftffff- A 4 . fi " "' , fffwffnfyffaff, k ' X -W-,-.a....,.,w 1 ., ,C ' 7 . ' JY? 'fWi'JQXyMnK,f'7f 5 , fa'-A-,f4!s.gg f A , f Z 1 J 1 ,Wg ami ga' , arf? t Q- J zum ag ' li 5 V A Wffzf ,I ff 1 f ,f f X- f , , z '- 2 .saw ' .K 1 Q 4 ,Q -f 4 w 1 " 5 " 5, ,f vi, 'Q N J Q, J Row Z: James Pressley, Marion Groff, Charles Smith, Robert Burns, vice preridentg Virgil Hoemann, preridenh' Donn Mueller, .recre- tczry-trearuren Dr. Albert P. Kline, sponror. Row 2: William Walker, ze- eapalida Films, local guest speakers enlightening the members on up-to-date osteopathic findings and interesting scientific info which even Little Sir's microscopic mind could readily under- stand dotted the programs at bi-monthly meetings of these future doctors. Row 1: jim Fox, vice preridenty Raymond Brunner, t1'ea.furer,' Monte Wike, Darlene Owens, recretaryf Duane R. Cole, Jpomorg Oren Gale, prericientg Doris Jean Waller, Darlene Borron, Jeanette Brad- shaw, lla jane Watt. Row 2: Elaine Jaquiss, Phyllis Borron, Betty Lou Ingraham, Josephine Kittle, Edna McVeigh, Leland Easterday, Charles Blackwell, Dick Giddens, Lloyd Morey, Bruce Marshall, Irv Xvaldman. Row 3: John Gilmore, Kenneth Ridgway, Charles Scott, Paul Bulick, J. W. Hobbs, Marvin Vercler. Noon-day devotions, hayrides, picnics, parties, Home- coming float, Christmas carolling, winning Trump Night skit, party for overseas students, and the gala April Fool banquet meant fun and fellowship for B. S. U. members. Zapzcaz Zum Onie May Conlon, Ling Kang Yeh, Reiko Namba, Grace Joy Fergu- son. Row 3: Betty Arlene Goad, Louise Brown, Marie Conyers, Olen Gene Bradshaw, Roy G. jackson, Robert Willis, William Hunts- man, Linden Eitel, Noel Hammers, Bert White. 0 :ig .sf as W, Q Irv oft, 1 ne- cit, uet 1 I SU' ersg nts- HWW- ,,,,.,iJ-f- 7 f i Z 2 hiss' i E pda- gfelkadc 06605642 Ron' 1: Peggy Cullen, Aipha Sigma Aipha, ll'9d.Yl11'!?1',' Betty Couch, Sigma Sigma Sigma, pf'eJia'e11I.' Esther Brown, ip1mi'0r.' jean Kelly, Delta Sigma Epsilon. vice p1'efia'e1zl,' Ann Lou Salladay, Pi Kappa Sigma, Jecfetaify. R0w2.' Eleanor McCollom, Deila Sigma Pan-Hellenic Council with the Dean of Woinen as sponsor, is composed of representatives from the four social sororities. All sorority activities are governed by this body. Epyiiwzf Elaine Meyer, Sigma Sigma Sigma: Bernardine Poe, Pi Kappa Sigma: Dorothy Walker, Afpha Sigma Alpha: Bertha McClaslcey, Defra Sigma Epriloiif Carolyn Page, Sigma Sigma Sigmag Marjorie Johnson, Alpha Sigma Alpha. W Row 1: Charles Elam, Phi Sigma Epfiloiiy Charles Myers, -Phi Sigma Epiiloizy John Wohlschlaeger, Sigma Taii Gamma: Dwight DeRosear, Sigma Taa Gamma. Ron' 2: Dr. Richard Sullivan, Jpoizmi' 7az'0zfzaz'eza6z'a aa!! Phi Sigma Epyifoizf Dr. John Agnew, Jpoiirorg John Goetze, J',DU77,f0I', Sigma Taa Gamma. The Interfraternity Council is the governing body for all fraternity activities on the campus. Members are the presi- dent, vice president, and sponsor of each fraternity. ea vi A., it We F 9 1 3 3 Y 1 .1 l 116. I l l 1 1 1 l sez wma. :A ri a ,a , Yam w. l 1 1 :ll 1 Q4 IZ 1 ,111 H2 fig EN JZ 1 illf 1 ies 1 , ,Q 1 , ilmii W 11:2 '1 , 1157 l 1 Q I 1 lcv I 8,- 1 , , A Snaps of the progreryive luncheon at homer of the alummze . M64 :Soma 5,644 Alpha Sigma Alpha girls wound their merry way through 1951-52 with various vigorous activities. Burst- ing out at Homecoming with new red -and white wind- breaker jackets came first on the list of achievements, along with the sparkling candidate for Homecoming Queen, Twila Mikel. X9 - T ' E ,, ----s. v ' Gt ?. ,v 1 After getting officially settled into campus routine freshman girls were rushed. Thirty-one girls were pledged to Alpha Beta chapter as a result of the two rush parties, the progressive travelogue luncheon at the homes of alumnae and the Gypsy Caravan Party at which Carol Wayman was chosen Gypsy Sweetheart. ALMA ZOLLER LORA D. BAILEY ARLENE BEN JAMIN DIXIE BOWLING PHYLLIS' BRAGG RUSTY CLAYPOOLE JEAN CRANMER PEGGY CULLEN JOLENE DAVIDSON SHIRLEY DAVIS MARGE JOHNSON SARA D. LANE Page 80 sw F f l e 4 f ,..,.....N., is r rl, if 7, 2 IIC EIC NO 2.12 Elf LII. E 'fi 1 1 , ff? e 80 February saw the Alphas at their annual Sweetheart Dance at which Jean Moore was crowned Sweetheart Queen. Her attendants were Dorothy Walker Valuck and Peggy Cullen. Shirley Davis represented the Alphas as a candidate for Queen of Hearts at the Trump Night. Speaking of queens Alpha freshman Marilyn Simmons makes a beautiful 1952 Echo Queen. Smzpr at the progrerrive luncheon and meetings at the Alpha home. Pledge group: Row 1: Peggy Merrell, Nina Nickell, Nancy Cundiff, Marilyn Mathers, Colene Ladwig, Ramah Stidmon, Carol Wayman. Row 2: Joan Wheeler, Betty Fanning, Betty Collins, Erma Lea Hawkins, Pat Farmer, jean Sappington, Lil Alder, Mary Owen, Betty -W.ffm.21H151i3i3fEQer1hff2rfi':-.:a TWILA MIKEL IEAN MOORE CATHERINE Nlcot SARA BETH PASH CARLA PETERSON ELEANOR SCOTT FREDA STRATE DOROTHY WALKER JEANINE WATSON MARY JEAN WILSON Nag pictzzrezl JEANNE SHINN Under the eye of Miss Alma K. Zoller, sponsor, sorority affairs were conducted by Peggy Cullen, president, Dorothy Walker Valuck, vice president, Marjorie Johnson, secretary, and' Ina Mae Claypoole, treasurer. A breakfast dance honoring the graduating seniors and the Mothers Tea and Alumnae Tea in May ended the year for Alpha Beta chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Johns. Row 3: Pat Moore, Joyce Parry, Juanita Quigley, Pat Burnett, Pat Ellett, Doris Quinn, Linda Heimer, Lois Sinele, Susan Shale, Dorothy Wert, Marybelle Williams, Nancy Grubb, Nina Snowden, Marilyn Simmons, Mary Ann Daubresse. Puyt' XI PAULINE KNOBBS LUCY SIMMO XIS JANE ADAMS MARIE BALL MARY BROOKHART Jo BROCKFELD NELL CALDWELL RUTH DEARING JANET DELVENTHAL GRACE FERGUSON LAURA R. HULSE NIARTHA JAMES dm dgma 466001 The busy and successful year of Delta Sigma Epsilon began with the preparation of the Homecoming float, a mer- maid affair, and the 'trough Sean sort of played havoc with it. Hearts were made lighter, however, when Judith Todd was crowned Homecoming Queen. Rush Season, featuring a Bunkhouse Barbecue and a Rainbow Party, brought in 18 pledges for Iota chapter. Smzpf of the Rainbow Party and the Bzmkhoure Barbecue. Pledge group: Row 1: Allene Gordon, Jean Plenge, lris Keller, Joann Kelly. Row 2: Anna Dorris George, Betty Goad, Mary Ellen James, Jackie Hines, Mary Frazer, Helen Starbuck. Row 33 Nadean Bram- hall, Waneta Frazer, Mary Evelyn Magers, Barbara Pate, Marilyn Fox, Kay Parker, Pat McMichael, Wilma Welch. Page 82' FELD AMES V Epsilon a mer- c with dd was and a Pledge . Joann . James, 1 Bram- yn Fox, Page 82 .ff's5j5fL-Glffefmt.:'1ii.E:iEi2i2Q41ri?:ii' Q- .1 ta elm zizfz' 55' l l ft s, ffflf iw Snaps of the rurla partie! and the party in honor of the pledger ending rmla .refzron Always in a party mood, Iota chapter celebrated Christmas in the XWomen's Parlor and were later en- cake Day benelited the students while balancing the budget. tertained by Mrs. Irene Dailey sponsor at her home. X D 1 b h M ,B kh , . d With the help of Mrs. Pauline Knobbs and Mrs. eta eaUtY 5 One as atY F00 att Wasutttfwne ' X Irene Dailey, sponsors, sorority affairs were conducted Queen of Hearts at Trump Night. The Minstrel , S, . ' . . . . ,, . . 1. N by Jean Kelly, president, Fritzi Worrell, vice presi- Show skit may not have been a winner but was fun 'vu , to Put on V Co 1 I dent, jean Landman, corresponding secretary, Judy Todd, recording secretary, Janis Juergensmeyer, alumnae Bettha Belle MtC1a5lteY Coaehed the basketball team secretary, Laura Hulse, treasurer, Pat Mogg, sergeant at to fhe Champlonshlp ta Intramurals fhls Year' arms, Mary Brookhart, chaplain, Eli McCollom, his- Selling birthday calendars and sponsoring a Pan- f01'iHI'1- JANIS JUERGENSMEYER JEAN KELLY JEAN LANDMAN BERTHA MCCLASKEY ELEANOR MCCOLLOM PAT MOGG ANN MORGAN PAT SAVAGE JUDITH TODD SHIRLEY TROUTMAN FRITZI WORRELL Page 83 5 if? If 9 K V, f .f L an 70 Pledge group: Row 1: Frances Walker, Lois Snowbarger, Elinor Dixon, Betty jones, Donna Lough, Josephine Balagna. Row 2: Reva 675 a Pi chapter of Pi Kappa Sigma had an eventful year Of parties, dances, and activities under the leadership of Miss W'illie Whitson, sponsor, and Anna Lou Salladay, president. Founders Day, November 17, was celebrated with a huge dinner at the Traveler's Hotel. h The "Hats Off to the Bulldogs" float entry in the Homecoming parade was one Of the few that survived the tempest on that day. Dorothy Scott represented Pi Kappa Sigma as a candidate for Homecoming Queen. Parcels, Ruth Knoernschild, Winifred Wood, Jane Novinger, Jean Danneman, Judith Krug. Not pictured: Sara Crow, Ella Mae Diltz. As a result of the two rush parties 14 girls went the Pi Kappa way. The first of the parties was an "Alice in Pi Kappa Wonderland" party at the home of Mrs. joel Sever. The party featured Alice dolls as favors and back- ward bridge. Indian tepees, an invitation fire, Indian murals carried out the theme of the "Pi Kap Pow Wow" as the last of the rush parties. Active members of the sorority greeted their guests in Indian costumes. Peace pipes and Indian head dresses were given to the rushees as favors. WILLIE WHITSON, ipouror PEGGY BERGFIELD PHYLLIS BORRON JOAN DEAN MARY ELLEN GILSTRAP MARILYN HOLT JO ANN MADORIN MAR JORIE MARSHALL EMOGENE MCCOLLUM NORMA MCKINNEY N015 pictured DOROTHY GRAVES Page 84 Jean Diltz. t the ce in Joel back- arried rf the their head TSON, FIELD LRON I DLT .DORIN NI Y Wed RAVES Page 84 f-'-1.-,..,.:.I'i' ':::r::::"':F'T-"lux S:1:1:Q"-'e-- '::::'.-- fl! v. MARY J. MURPHY BERNARDINE POE S Pi Kappa Sigma beamed on Trump Night with a skit which Won third prize, and Judith Krug as Queen of Hearts attendant. Coral readers in black and white provided the narration for the black and white pantomine skit entitled "Mellerdrammer," which took third place in Trump Night competition. In February the pledges wracked their ingenious brains for strange articles to include in a scavenger hunt list. The active' members of the sorority were honored guests at the scavenger hunt. Christmas cards, stationery, and all-occasion cards were sold by members of Pi Kappa Sigma throughout the year as beneficial money-making schemes. ARAH PULIS ANNA L. SALLADAY DOROTHY SCOTT SHIRLEY YAGEL S144 5 M? E ci 6' 00 BSB ga KAPPA The annual "Spring Fantasyl' spring formal dance on April 26 ended the year of activity for Pi Kappas. At the dance a queen was chosen to succeed Shirley Finney, Queen of jonquils 1951. Supervising the yearis activities were Miss Willie Whitson, sponsor, Anna Lou Salladay, president, Mary jane Murphy, vice president, Emogene McCollum, corresponding secretary, Jo Ann Madorin, recording secretary, Dorothy Scott, treasurer, Sarah Pulis, corre- sponding editor, Marjorie Marshall, keeper of the ar- chives, and Phyllis Borron, sergeant at arms. Snaps of the "Alice in Wonderland" party and meetingr of Pi Kappa Sigma !'f1 'Jw 85 . . , a 475 ,W in ix. 1 R N 4 N 1 I l 3S'.o.i'33"'f" ... . fl ill 11, i l 1 1 l l 1 11 ,, I1 1 1 fl 111 l.1f 'ls N551 115 l 4 Ml '111 AV lil l1!1' H1 11K will WM 1 ll, l.1, lvll' 111 111 I lvl ,My .U l !,1 11 l 11, , 11' 1 1111! lllwl l ll? l 2 l 1 l 1 l l, , Fig U 1 VIOLA MAGEE PAT CLARK MARY Lou CLOUGH BETTY CoUcH CAROLE DoDsoN IRENE DRENNAN RUTH GRADY IMOGENE GRIFFIN BETTY HALLS JOYCE KISSNER GLORIA LANZA VERA LEWEDAG ' dgma 6 The visit of national officer, Marilynn Schmitt, on her inspection tour, and the rush pay-off of 25 pledges were big things for Mu chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma this year. Rushing themes were "Alice in Sigmalandn and a Mardi Gras party. A too-true-to-life drama of the L A ' Z il lllfjl I Mad Tea party was featured at the Alice party, and Mad Hatter powder mitts were favors. The Mardi Gras was gay and festive with real live clowns as hostesses, Sigma-made clowns as favors, and real French food. Shirley Truitt acted as rush chairman this year. Snaps of the Mardi Gras party and the party honoring pledge: ending rmh Jeafon Page X6 ft? 4 4? N i and Iardi is as ench year. Y ff 4 1 af 'ff -ffm, 5' 51' 2 495? . ', -'V if ,' - f' if-5 ff ?' if ? I . , f 4 , age X6 J The stork on the "Expecting a Victory" Homecoming ,iloat let Sigma down by bowing to the hurricane, but Kathleen Thomas held up beautifully as Homecoming Queen attendant. Sigma sparkled twice at Trump Night with Martha Roy as Queen of Hearts attendant and with the calendar girl skit. In addition to their outside activities Sigmas worked to retain the Scholarship Cup given by the Panhellenic Council. Pledge group: Row 1: Bess Appling, Marilie Schrock, Donna Coleman, Joann Brees, Linda Knudsvig, LaVerne Dudeck. Row 2: Virginia Coates, Pat Barnard, Jane Ronan, Joyce Crump, Evelyn Spake, Shirley Dennis, Mary Bryant. Row 3: Mary Snyder, Evelyn Cochran, Audrey Hungate, Ellen Sullivan, Bette WANDA LEWIS MIGNON MCCURDY ELAINE MEYER CAROLYN PAGE JOANN PETERSHAGEN MARILYN PETERSON MARTHA REINHARD BETTY ROBERTS ANN SUE ROGERS MARTHA ROY JOAN SCHRODER KATHLEEN THOMAS SHIRLEY TRUITT VIRGINIA WEST Not pictured LUJEAN BRADLEY VELMA HANES FRANCES PARCELLS Under the watchful eye of Miss Viola Magee, sponsor, Mu chapter was led by Betty june Couch, president, Ann Sue Rogers, vice president, Martha Roy, recording secretary, Kathleen Thomas, corresponding secretary, Carolyn Page, treasurer. Imagination ran wild for the annual spring formal April 5. April 20 brought the annual mother-daughter Founderis Day banquet. Sue Mullins, Roberta Vaughn, Donna Frazier, Jacquelin Easley, Carolyn Martin, Sylvia Wolfs- berger. Not picM1reff.' Dorothy Piper, Elizaberhlamb. lldyf' X7 S , 275.0 Wfhffa fp, laAff44r,M fy' ,, Hwy! ' www 1 lf.. 041145101 w 4-...wr f I ' f J-- xf WEL RICHARD SULLIVAN WAYNE CLARK BILL COMMACK CHARLES ELAM CLIVE FRAZIER GLENN FRENZEN LARRY GORDON XWILMER HOWARD HAROLD LEDBETTER DONALD LINHART CHARLES IVIAGRUDER LLOYD MOREY ' dgma if Another year of years went down in the ole log of Gamma chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon under the sponsor- ship of Dr. Richard Sullivan, sage of social science, and under the leadership of Charles Myers, presidentg Charles Elam, vice presidentg Denny Moore, secretaryg and Bill North, corresponding secretary. November 17-18 Gamma chapter acted as host to the Regional Conclave of Phi Sigma Epsilon. Rush season rushed in with the annual smoker at the fraternity house and the Apache dance in january with its French underground barroom motif. Thirty-six new pledges then squirmed from worms to genuine actives. Snap! of the Apache dance and bar and the ruslo Jmoker at the fraternity home l Page 88 ,f .:S!1' 1, K a isis- ages"- efii . S' 4 'E v X . X 5' 1325 i ll w 2 6, 7. f 7 3- s xg 1 X' Aff f EN Y the the 1 its 'dges ! 4 , I ' , 'fl 4 I ' Lge 88 l 1 i F l 1 x 2 l B 4 f l l 1 5 ll le 'E s l 1 I i 2 E i 1 l I 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 l I 5 1 1 J Snaps at the Apache Dance and the rufh .fmoker Scoring for honor, Phi Sigma Epsilon members gracefully kicking the pigskin around were Jack Lane, Frank Melvin, Londo Diaz, Clive Frazier, Howard Hall, Dale Henner, Gus Lombardo, and Mel Loncaric, in addition to football co-captains Kenny Rehg and LaVerne Dabney. All told these gentlemen provide about 1900 pounds of Grade A meat to fling at the foe. Gamma chapter rated two members on Who's fn 'N .ff Wi. H2 555 1lI" III 0 Who, LaVerne Dabney and Charles Myers, as well as two in Blue Key, Charles Elam and Glenn Frenzen. Bill Commack reaped honors for his alma frater as co-captain of the basketball team and King of Hearts at Trump Night. Gamma chapter members welcomed Mrs. Moore as new house mother at 511 South Elson this year. Spring and the end of the season was celebrated with the annual spring formal dance. CHARLES MYERS JOHN NEXVMAN BILL NORTH BOB PISTER KENNETH REHG FRED ROCK Page X9 JOHN RUNYON JIM SIEHL DAVE STRICKLER No! piflzzrezf JACK LANE DENNY lX1OORE DUANE NORMAN gf ff ,W 2 5? KL? ! k 5 ' I n l 5 1 1 1 Q K A I I 4 V 1 1 E 5 S E v 1 5 5 7 Rl ,rd 4:2 'Y I' I I , and stivi- ome- was 'ump J I SI Q Ziyi' iff 'rim W A hr. af gfyzl l ufh X - 400 Q .Sli- J Ea ,, W ' 4 X f 1 f f fr ' ff 41 ' -" ff! Once again in control of the controls on the cam- pus are Sig Tau ,presidents of all the classes, Student Council, Blue Key, Pi Omega Pi, Sigma Zeta, His- torical Society, and Band. Taus boast seven members on Whois Who and eight members in Blue Key. In addition David Janson was selected 1952 Echo King. This year's officers were John Wohlschlaeger, presi- :-iEmiIlIlIIl Fin? a GIL JEWETT NIING JOHNSON GALE JONES AL LAIRD BOB LAWRENCE BRUCE MARSHALL 'JOE MURFIN DON MURPHY WALTER RYLE BOB SCHNUCKER PIENRY SCOTT MARVIN SILVER JIM STEINMILLER MARION STROHMAN JOHN WOHL- SCHLAEGER N ot pictured DAVE ALBRECHT LARRY ALLRED dent, Dwight DeRosear, vice president, Jerry Flynn, treasurer, Charles Blackwell, corresponding secretary. John Goetze continued as sponsor, and Mrs. Ollie Mason as house mother. The annual White Rose spring formal, the lass round-up, ended the year with swank to outrank all else. Snapr of the dinner honoring Mr. Goetze, the rmla Jnzoker. the '49er Dance, and the home re-decorating tonznzitfee W I A 13 ii Y! U Q! U i , f i 'T 5 wwf' wmy W 4 . SR w. ,S Nfl x 3 Cf 5 1 JFQPQ N ? r Q : 'J 5 ' " J 'X Af . f wx0 2 xx'--1 53 I o '. f 1 'lg A Q W . , uf sg- --2: ' 0 1 N , . 2 K l S H I-':' .A 6.J xi A 'WT ,. Row 1. C. H. Allen, sponsm, Nell Caldwell, sophomore, Dwight sophomore, Gale Jones, 7umo1, Kenneth Rehg, cozmczlfzmm Ming DeRosear, vice presizienlg David R. Janson, pfesidenty Jean Moore, Johnson, seniofg' Ann Sue- Rogers, yzmzorj Elizabeth Lamb, freshman, secreimfyg Danny Moore, treasurer, Row 2: Mary Brookhart, seniory Mary jane Murphy, cozmczlmemher at large. Judith Todd, coumilwomanj Bruce Welch, freshman, Don Murphy, Zcwlevzz' y had Activities of the Student Council, governing organization of the student body, are planned for the benefit and enjoyment of the student body. The busy, smooth-running Council this year has brought much pleasure to the students. Highlighting the activities of the year were the Homecoming Dance featuring the music of Jimmy Palmer, the initiation of the first Trump Night with its King and Queen of Hearts, and the sponsoring of Jimmy Dorsey and his famous 18-piece orchestra for the annual Echo Spring Formal Dance. Other activities of importance were the weekly column of Council Notes in the Index, the sponsoring of the Christmas Formal Dance, open houses, all school movies, a campus- wide blood drive, and the drawing of free show tickets to stimulate attendance at assemblies each week. The all college picnic in the spring ended the Council's activities. Many hne ideas have arisen from this year's Council, and it will remain a beacon for years to come. President Dave Janson dives in to come up with the lucky wizzfzef' of show lichets. He is assisted hy Dwight Dellosear, vice president Page 94 W ----- ---W M.-.1n:':::x:: ' laden! ac6aZ 0040465566 5 The college Student Social Committee is composed of This group forms the nucleus of all decorating, program, members from the student body at large who volunteer to serve and working committees in preparation for school functions. ' Q l in a limited capacity to help the Student Council in planning and It plans and submits to the Student Council and to the Social Y executing activities for all school participation. Many students Calendar Committee a suggested calendar of social events for g p volunteer annually to become part of thisorganization. Since fall, winter, spring, and summer quarters that will lead to a , the group can be composed of only 20 members, three of which well-balanced program of social activities for the students. ' must be Student Council members the remainin 17 members . . , . , ' g p Gale Jones was the chairman of this years Student Social , i are chosen from the list of volunteers b the Student Council . . 3' Y d h D fw Committee. Other members were Ann Sue Rogers, Bertin ' an t e eano omen. . . . . ' White, Shirley Truitt, jean Moore, Nina Snowden, Jean Cran- yr 5 The faculty sponsor of the Student Social Committee is, mer, Bill Commack, Eleanor McCollom, Ming johnson, jack ' ,C according to the Student Council Constitution, the Dean of Millin, Darlene Owens, Janet Delventhal, David Janson, Jim T 311' ' Women, Miss Esther Brown. She acts in an advisory capacity Houtchens, David Strickler, Lloyd Morey, Arlene Benjamin, . . - to the cha1rman.- Bernardine Poe, and Anna Lou Salladay. X I Row 1: Bertin D. White, Shirley Truitt, Ann Sue Rogers, recre- Milling Darlene Owens, janet Delventhalg Dave Janson, Jim Houtchens, tary, Gale Jones, chairman, Jean Moore, Nina Snowdeng Jean Cranmerg Dave Strickler, Lloyd Morey, Arlene Benjamin, Bernardine Poe, Anna ' Bill Commack. Row 2.' Eleanor McCollom, Ming Johnson, john Lou Salladay. a Ming hmang rf the udent much ming 2 first oring nnual e the f the npus- iulate 1 the will 'age 94 Page 95 . l gan! ,.. ,Zi l , in , in ,rf 3, ni.. W1 If 4 , elif . ' ' ' ' l.,f ' J al Eiga! X4 QJMZMQ' .iffzf , Using their keys just right, the band lords opened a door of splendor , and music magic at chilly football affairs, at basketball turnouts, and in pompous v 4, "" parades. The appeal of the band is shown by the fact that the band assembly - l W2 in the fall came out tops in the popularity poll. . , 5 YW ,, X ff ff! f ff, f ,I X A ff ff ,f ff ,f .W f M5 , ff ' ,nj 'Z My f I Zf , Q4 , ffl! if f fff '71 f , Y W X Z, f I W7 ' fr " if 1 J' Y f',f . ,, Many a metropolis and hitching post agarn heard the bewitching Teachers T , College Band as it tunefully spanked spring awake on the yearly tour March 9 . . . . . f flrr to March 7. Including the Nemo Singers 90 Socrates of the scales made the yy f trip through the St. Louis-Hannibal area. A warmer-upper pre-tour concert si! was given in LaPlata February 28, and a post-tour concert in Kirk Auditorium on March 15. Ron' If Jean Landman, Allene Gordon, Donna Lough, Carol Heinike, Mary Ellen James, Ernest Witt, Evelyn Reither, Marilyn Farris. Roll' 2: Reva Parcels, Audrey Hungate, Elinor Dixon, Richard Wall, Minnie Lou Osborn, Berneeta Morrison, Josephine Kittle, Char- lene Creason. Row 31 Betty Goad, Linda Heimer, Bill Stateler, Olen Bradshaw, Jeanette Bradshaw, Perlanna Biggs, Martha Browning, Neil Derrick. Row 4: Betty Whittenburg, Elaine Griffen, Tom Duden, Joan Schroder, Irene Drennan, Janice Schowalter, Lowell Waybill, Richard Herzog. Row 5: Raymond Williamson, Dean Miller, Bu.l Paul Slrzzb, directory Rex Moyer, arrirtarzt director l Emerson, Grace Joy Ferguson, Ray Brunner, Edward Cox, Larry Hilta- ' bidle, Marilyn Simmons. Rout' 6: Rex Moyer, Tony Debo, Bill Mackie, Al Welch, Jim Hanrahan, Bob Romine, Al Laird, Dale Brown. ' Rauf 7: Rex Moore, Don Mozingo, Joan Dean, Philip Carson, Charles Shults, Mac Howard, Jack McKinstray, Marion Strohman. Row 8: Dick Finnerty, John Gilmore, Bob Rhodes, Evelyn Spake, Keith Stout, James Keller, Wayne Burghoffer. Rout' 9: Pat Healey, Bob Crow, Bernard Luther, Larry Sears, Al Howard, Don Luedloff. i i i . ..... . , l f J farr pf f "a. i . ,,.. f ,J .fyftjyl 'yLIf'Xffj7 1 f 2 i 'tlrr l 'f ' X' A V719 fOf4f4if .Z ' , M fffW',,!fWf"ffff4 TW ,gag-fy, 17, 5 , , X l l I i l 4 l 1 l l l I I l l l l . l l i l ' IL 'm Some calculation-conscious fellow figures that a total of 241 hours are spent yearly in nudging out the notes, including 20 hours on tour, 200 hours in daily rehearsals, and 21 hours at sports events. Director Paul Strub has developed a system of band awards to reward and encourage hard-working band members. Minor awards are given for each quarter of service, major awards of letters are given after three quarters' work, gold bars for the letters for each year's work following. The Silver Key Award, highest honor to be received, rewards three years of service in the hand. The annual spring Band-quit was instituted to end the year's activities and present awards. Assisting Mr. Struh in managing band affairs this year was -Rex Moyer, assistant director, along with band officers Al Howard, presi- dentg Jim Hanrahan, vice president, Jean Landman, secretary. Drum Major Tony Defio Jznvozzlfzftrf with Drum illajorelrer Effzine Griffelz. Cami Heinike. 111161, Grace joy F6l'gll.f0lZ Pug: 07 if-J' QT A major zwrk of the L'fJ07'!l.Y zzm Ike pferezzlatinzz of "The .rllerrirzfon on December 16 ac' rfwzpazzierf by the orcfaertrfz. Soloirfr were Gfemz Parkfoanz. fezzmx' jfnfilb Triffff, .YOpl'41l?O,' jo- foazzmz Zeigef, c011lz'aft0,' Rofazzzf' Iiife11b111'ge1'. burr. Emma Razz' lx Phradie Wells, fli- rerfmp' Dorothy Scottg Grace Joy liergusong Torn Dudeng jean Plengeg Waiida Lewis. Rauf 2: Marian Bealg Cynthia Zeiglerg Robert Rhodesg Peggy Merrellg Mary Frazer. Ron' 5: Lois Crooksg Marjorie Marshallg Elmo Oestreichg Jeanne Burtong Juan- ita Quigley. Row 4: Donna Colemang Carol Edwardsg Robert MCCoyg Mary Bryantg Jean Ketcham. Row 5: Marilyn Pe- tersong Marilyn Schwarzg Harold Myersg Sara Beth Pashg LaVerne Dudeck. Ron' 6: Jo Ann How- ellg Marie Ballg Bill Mackieg Marilyn Catteyg Candace McMas- ter. Row 7: Elizabeth Lambg Marybelle Williamsg M a rio n Strohrnang Marilie Schrockg ju- dith Todd. Row 8: Trilby MC- Masterg Audrey Hungateg Don Scottg Ethella Farsong Arlene Ben- jamin. Row 9: Virginia Coatesg Ann Morgang Marvin Yocumg Marilyn Mathersg Linda Heimer. Row 10: Marilyn Jenningsg Carla Petersong A1 Howardg Betty Smithg Bette Sue Mullins. Row 11: Walter Millerg Kenneth Farthingg Richard Wallg A1 Holzrneierg Tony Debo. Row 12: Pat Healeyg Donald Murphyg Lloyd johnsg Bernard Lutherg Rex Moore. Row 13: Mac How- ardg Ed Goekeg Neil Derrickg Dale Browng Keith Stoutg Bob Crow. I 'ells, di- race Joy 1, Jean R010 2: Zeigler, Merrell, .' Lois ll, Elmo ng Juan- Donna g Robert 'g Jean rilyn Pe- Harold LaVerne in How- Mackie, McMas- 1 Lamb, l a r i o n ack, Ju- ilby Mc- :eg Don ine Ben- L Coates, Yocumg Heimer. ennings, fd, Betty s. Row Kenneth all, Al Row 12.' Murphy, Luther, ac How- Derrick, ut, Bob Row 1.' Minnie Lou Osborn, Judith Krug, Martha Roy, Carol Heinike, Allene Gordon, Donna Lough, Keith Stout, Al Howard, Mac Howard, Bernardine Poe. Row 2.' Norma Kneeland, Charles Shults Martha Browning, Waneta Frazer, Janice Schowalter, Marilyn Farris Evelyn Reither, Ernest Witt, Leon Karel, Rex Moyer, Betty Goad 5 7 9 026464574 W Under the beaming baton of Karl Webb, the 55-piece College orchestra of student, faculty, and community musicrats began the season in concert November 18. Other performances were the orchestra assembly February 6, and the spring concert April 6. Besides accompanying the "Messiah,'i the orchestra was extremely instrumental in the presentation of the opera. Donna Coleman, Felice, Elmo Oestreich, Rudolphog Tony Debog Elizabeth Lamb, Nanetteg Linda Heimer, Judith Todd, Marietta D'Altenag Al Howard, Capt. Richard Warrington, Bob Crow, Estienne Jack McKinstray, Raymond Brunner. Karl Webb, directory Irene Drennang Robert Kneelandg Thomas Dudeng Joan Schroder, Dick Finnerty, Marion Strohmang Wayne Burghofferg Bud Emerson, Bob Romineg Evelyn Spake, Robert Rhodes. Row 4: Don Luedloffg Tony Debog Pat Healey. Caper-cuttin, costumes, swelegant songs, a tune-worthy cast coached by Miss Phradie Wells, snappy stage settings by the art department, acting direction by the speech department, all combined to help this year's miniature Met, "Naughty Mari- etta," continue the excellent opera appeal of last year's campus classic, "El Capitanf' Qeefm Grandet, Bette Sue Mullins, Adahg Dale Brown, Lieut. Gov. Grandet, Carla Peterson, Lizetteg Keith Stout, Silas Slick, Jim Goeke, Florenzeg Jean Plenge, Franchon. Phradie Wells at piano. Front 20 buck, Row 15 Gr-HCC JOY Fefgusoni M21fi1Yf1 Schwarz, Marilyn Mathers, Linda Heimer, Bette Sue Mullins, Dale Brown. Left Mafie Ball, Ioan SChfOClCf, Ifefle Dfeflflafli Judith Todd, A110 MOfg2lU, to right, Row 1: Bill Mackie, Mac Howard, Richard Wall, Edward Minnie Lou Osborn, Carla Peterson. Row 21 lean Pledge, DOHDF1 Cox, Marion Strohman, Al Howard. Row 2: Tony Debo, Keith Stout, Coleman, ,loan Weekley, Marilie Schrock, Reva Parcels, Joan Dean, Rex M0yef,Nei1Def ' 14 D ric , on Murphy, Pat Healey. a dvzgew Nemo Singers, a cappella choral group, furnished music and entertainment for the Teachers College students at concerts and programs throughout the year. Organized for the Hrst time on the campus last year, the Nemos have this year grown to thirty members. Most of the membership is taken from the band with the aid of a few out- siders. The Nemo Singers traveled with the band on the annual spring tour in addition to giving a concert with the orchestra in November and appearing with the band in concert in Kirk Auditorium at the end of the tour. PAUL STRUB. Direcrm- Bl: Pai I A h ii ha WI qu ma PI' dii N Fr V: Fc Wl wl IIE SO .la IIE V: W cli B2 Pc 1. Left Edward 1 Stout, Y'--HH ,......- ,Q M fzmvfff 0' f .Row 1.' Cynthia Zeigler, Nell Caldwell, Marilyn Mathers, Beverly Blevins, Jacquelin Easley, Pat Moore, Carla Peterson, Donna Frazier, Pat Mogg, Elena Lanzani, Stuart Lottman, Joyce Crump. Row 2.' Wwlex The rejuvenated weekly newspaper soared to a field-day high this year with bigger and better issues. Under the guiding hands of Agnes Slemons, adviser, and H. Greene Simpson, typographical adviser and printer, the stan' turned out a top- quality paper. Virgil Hoemann handled the year's business matters, and Bob Schnucker was head shutter-snapper for all printable photos. In the fall quarter Carla Peterson held the reins as editor, directing reporters Nell Caldwell, Russell Harrison, Catherine Nicol, Lou Ann Parrish, special writers Joyce Crump, Donna Frazier, Elena Lanzani, Stuart Lottman, Glenn Parsons, Russell Vannoy, Irving Waldman, Raymond Williamson, Callie Hicks. Forest Thompson produced the art work, and Jane Bucks was typist. . Winter quarter saw Editor Peterson again cracking the whip over reporters Beverly Blevins, Nell Caldwell, Russell Har- rison, Elena Lanzani, Pat Mogg, Lou Ann Parrish, Glenn Par- sons, Raymond Williamson, special writers Joyce Crump, Jacquelin Easley, Noemy Jibben, Stuart Lottman, Walter Mor- rison, Howard Platz, Henry Simpson, Charles Smith, Russell Vannoy, Irving Waldman, Cynthia Zeigler. Al Holzmeier and Walter Miller were recruited to aid in selling ads. Artists in- cluded Londo Diaz, Michael Meehan, Herbert Bowling, Kurt Ballard, and Dean Bowman. A pile of newrpaperr lloenft lar! long willy fzezaff-laufzgmf rtudentr like Dwight DeR05ear, jim Htzvzralmn, Al Howarnl, Lloyfl 1019125 eating up flee newr of the week Page 101 ue, ,Rau re4c,mU Henry Simpson, Virgil Hoemann, Charles Smith, H. Greene Simpson, Irv Waldman, Russell Vannoy, Russell Harrison, Agnes Slemons, Ray- mond Williamson, Glenn Parsons. Glenn Parsons took over the editor's reins in the spring quarter, guiding reporters Marian Beal, Dixie Bowling, Barbara Connolly, Lou Ann Parrish, Joann Petershagen, Carla Peterson, Henry Scott, and special writers Joyce Crump, Jim Goeke, Betty Halls, Janis Juergensmeyer, Elena Lanzani, Stuart Lottman, Evelyn Parks, Charles Smith, Russell Vannoy, Irving Waldman, Cynthia Zeigler. Ann Lou Salladay was the typist. WWW fi fa: U 4 W J W f 7 3 4 funn 'fwnnhu of ng. ice, 1y'S men on, led my's Llly .ed aul 'led mtl Alwayr a highlight, the frerhmun-r0ph0mo1'e titg- 0-imr Although the wind whipped the floats from the campus through town at parade time Saturday, many well-constructed ones survived the holocaust of Mother Nature. The parade featured about twenty-five floats and twenty-three high school bands. Claude Dillinger, ,26, spoke at the Founders Day and Homecoming Luncheon Saturday noon in Sociability Hall. Alumni, representatives from campus organizations, and faculty members attended the luncheon honoring the graduating classes of 1901 and 1926. Felix Rothschild acted as toastmaster. Highlighting the two days of spirited activity was the football game Saturday afternoon where despite the howls of an extremely cold wind students packed the stadium to see the Bulldogs squeeze by the Maryville Bearcats 13-12. i i W ,X .Xe ti , W , .M ttt. 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N , E F l li all il ll ii l ,Ii qgj is Prize-winniiig Homecoming float: of Agriculture Clith, HH! prizeq Intiiirtriizl Arts' Clith, Jeconii prizef and Sigma Tait Gamma, thin! prize , Jim,m, "D4,7Li1zg Show" Palmer f7l'0'L'ifZ6Ji ezztertailzmezzf with hir ifefy tfizzzceahfe mimic iz! the fiance CH17ltZ5'Cf77g Home- tomiizg fzttizfitiei' - E 1 3 ' Xe S 594555 , 4 . , 4 i 4 i 7 l i , i 1 . i 1 i 1 E l l r ' 1 C"'I WG ,V f pendent. Miss Judith Todd, junior from Osgood, sponsored by the K-Club, was chosen by the students from seven candidates as 1951 Homecoming Queen and was crowned at the rally. Her attendants Were Jean Kelly, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Linda Knudsvig, Inde- pendentg Twila Mikel, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Dorothy Scott, Pi Kappa Sigma, Marilyn Simmons, Independent, Kathleen Thomas, Sigma Sigma Sigma. Jimmy "Dancing Shoes" Palmer added music to the celebrating at the dance which ended Homecoming festivities. After many months of careful planning Blue Key again kept events moving at a steady pace for a successful Homecoming. Lovely Judith Todd, wearing a hrilliant red drerr, ir crowned Homecoming Queen for 1951 hy Dwight DeRo5ear, Blue Key prerident Page 104 Studentx were confronted with a dif- ficult choice in voting for Homecom- ing Queen candidatef Dorothy Scott, Pi Kappa Sigmag Kathleen Thomas, Sigma Sigma Sigmay Iudith Todd, K-Cluhy Marilyn Simmonr, Inde- pendent, Twila Mikel, Alpha Sigma Alpha, jean Kelly, Delta Sigma l Eprilong and Linda Knudwig, Inde- We , ,fa f , 6 a dif- vzecom- J' Scott, qbomaf, Todd, Inde- S Sigma Sigma 7, Inde- gO0d, ' the L95 1 r the Qelly, nde- phag :ilyn mas, lded hich ning at a g. fren, by e 104 JUDITI-I TODD Homecoming Queen I I I .I II Ili .IQ I M 'I I, 4. fu' It 5. 1 I I I I I I I I , I I ,, ,, . II I II II Ig I I IE I I I I" II II II I I I II I ,I I I IE il I I I III In II I Il I I 'I 'I II I Ea QI IIII II I, II II II II I ws I I I I Scener from Molierelf "The Dortor irz Spite of Himrelf' Zmmcztdce cmd Zedmfe Ham is not only a staple article of food but also an essential item on the college bill of fare. Three major productions of the speech and drama- tics department were presented this year for the consumption of students. First of the series was the presentation of Moliere's farce, "The Doctor in Spite of Himself," which brought a touch of 17th century humor to the Little Theater on November 7, 8, and 9. The cast included Bob Grober, Gloria Lanza, Betty Lou lngraham, Harold Myers, Harmon Tucker, Ed Ashell, Jim Hogan, Gertrude jongbloed, Marilie Schrock, jim Houtchens. Mem- bers of the production crew were John Goeke, Frances Parcells, Dorothy Piper, Allen Vancil, Evelyn Parks, Mary Jean Wilson, john Claussen, Gary Hanman, Carl Keller, Harold Ledbetter, Mike Mickalek, Gwynne Moors, Carl Tiemann, Lowell Waybill, Dixie Bowling, Jim Hanrahan, Herbert Bowling, Mary C nf 'I :li jr ji S, P Z . ,iz-ul I Daugherity, Jane Giddens, Nancy Horn, Jane Ronan, Jeanne Shinn, Anne Sykes, Fritzi Worrell, Roberta Vaughn, Shirley Truitt, Burl Arnold, Chester Boren, Dwight DeRosear, Nell Caldwell, Don Murphy. Mirr Betty Worrell, director of Theater- ln-tloe-Rouml production ' Theater'-itz-the-Roznza' 5 c e 72 e 5 f 1' 0 rn K Slmkerpem'e'r "Hamlet," "Romeo and Juliet," "Henry V," "Comedy of E1'ro1'J" S Cart for the ratlio prorlztctiou of 'The Thirteen Clochrf' hy Iamey Tharher, adapted hy john Goeke mal Betry Worrell. jim Goeke, john Goeke, Martha Goeke. Roy jachrort, Frazzcey Parcellr. Henry Scott. Betry W0r'r'ell, D011 Mar- phy. lrzot pictzrretll Laverne Gre- gory. Second on the menu was "The Medicine Man" assembly program directed by Sherod Collins. Rival tall talkers in the cast were Walter Ryle, Hugh Gardner, and Richard Arnold. Choice bits of Shakespeare were offered in the assembly presentation of Theater-in-the-Round directed by Betsy Worrell. Scenes from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Henry VIII, Comedy, of Errorf, Henry V, and Romeo ami Juliet were set before the audience. Appearing in these scenes were Allen Vancil, Peggy Browning, Frances Parcells, Alyn Burroughs, john Goeke, Jim Goeke, Grethe Holm, Gertrude Jongbloed, Bob Grober, Pat Paul, Gloria Lanza, jim Hogan. Narrators were Shirley Truitt and Harold Myers. Mac Howard, Bob Grober, and Keith Stout sang "Brush up your Shakespeare, as an appetizer. Crew for the production included John Goeke, Bob Grober, Jim Hogan, Lowell Wlaybill, Kenneth Farthing, Mary Jean Wilson, Marjorie Marshall, Amelia Hassen. "The Case of the Sulky Girl," Perry Mason thriller-diller, was selected by Sherod Collins for the spring production. Bertha Belle NrCla5key aml Stanley Giimm re- ceive Regentr Dehale Azvartl from rlehale roach Sherorl Collins. MARY BROOKHART Queen of Hearty WILLIAM COMMACK King of Heart: X X f f f f A l i f , M I , 7 4 , I X If aff? ' aj api uni ,if if X fs 1 Q ' f 2 5 W ,- af ,Z 9 , Aiffl., 2. 'iw-00 After crowning Mary Broohhart Queen of Heart: Min Either Brown, Dean of Women, turns to crown Bill Commack King of Hearty wma Weak! Under the pressure of the general belief that the old Carnival had worn itself threadbare on our campus, the Student Council instituted the first Trump Night to take its place. The Council drew out the best points of the Carnival and interlocked them with new ideas to present a variety show of skits and individual performers followed by a dance. With Harold Mickelson as master of ceremonies nine skits were presented for a full Kirk Auditorium on February 16. Prizes for skits were awarded to Sigma Tau Gamma for its "The Shooting of Dan McGrew," to Baptist Student Union for "The Case of Bobby Dean lmbecile vs. the State of Suspense," and to Pi Kappa Sigma for its "Mellerdrammer." l"d.2f' 100 ' V-.,. , ,, -' . M, ,W H H .-..N..aL.,y AVJJZZL 1:31. ,mn A -... v-.,.,. nun, l 9 i Judith Krug, Pi Kappa Sigmag Shirley Davis, Alpha Sigma Alphag Martha Roy, Sigma Sigma Sigmag Queen Brookhart, Della Sigma Epsilong King Commack, Phi Sigma Epsilong Guy Burton, Sigma Tait Gammag Freda Strate, Arrociatlon for Chililhooal Ealacatiozig Elizabeth Lamb, Blanton Hall, Tramp Night rhitfx "Lott" Gardner and Dangeroay Dan Fagate in the first place Sigma Tait Gamma fhitg "Mellen tlrammeru hy Pi Kappa Sigma, thirtl place winnerj Sigma Sigma Sigma Calendar Girls Y an y, G , , Q t K NEIL DERRICK, asrirtant eziilorg MARY ED ASHELL, tZ.l.fiJfLl7'1Z burinerf mamagerg Lou CLOUGH, eafizof- KENNETH SHOCKLEY, bmifzerr mama- ger 'i l fa4! Many hours and months of back-breaking and brain-wracking toil in the office affectionately dubbed the "Upper Sanctum" have gone into the construc- tion of that monument of memories, the 1952 Echo. Through the combined struggles of Kurt Ballard, adviser, and the staff the book was compiled during a hectic year. Ken Shockley, business manager, and his assistant Ed Ashell worried with the Business Office over balancing the budget, collected and spent money, in addition to Worrying over the contemplated advertising sales. Scientihc, skillful Bob Schnucker and Hugh Gardner are responsible for the excellent snapshot photography in the Echo. Withotlt their willing and cheerful co-operation and assistance the Wild dreamings of the editor and staff could not have been achieved. Russell Vannoy, Irving Waldman, and Ann Sue Rogers became versatile Weavers of words in writing and re-writing editorial copy. Time grew short as the staff frantically worked to meet the March 25 deadline and waited anxiously until May l5 to see the result. Seated: Mary Lou Clough, Ken Shockley. Szfzazzlizzgs Ed Ashell, Irving Waldman, Russell Vannoy, Bob Schnucker, Hugh Gardner, Neil Derrick. No! pictzzrezlx Ann Sue Rogers . KURT BALLARD, advisef' Our ffzi1'-hfzired rbm'te1'-Jmzpperr Hugh GtZ7'L2l7Z91' and Bob Sclmucker gififff i l a sw ll 190146 110 lgh, Ke Il VAShe1l n annoy e v inf, Neil n Sue P lf, I I my Hugh 4 r ! v E1 fl ff? ILL WI il 2 r an PWM, , W, 1 My f in 110 Q mf WMM Vt zdggwegg Page Ill 666664 . P A-WXLHN G1 08 VERM GNT February 25 , l95'2, lliss lfxary lou Clough Editor l95'Z. Echo State keachers College Kirlcsville , Missouri Deer N-iss. Clcug,h1 l am returning by separate mailing, the photos , and have indicated my choice on each winning, photo. it was truly quite difficult to choose the winners, as ell the girls ere beautiful, end the boys handsome. Ylovlever, my final choice in each case ie: Girlnffhoto ill BOY -,a?h0'b0 1 greetly enjoyed acting, es your gludge, and sincerely appreciate your asking, ne to do so. llost sincerely , I WWMJ KATHLEEN THOMAS Senior Attendant JEAN KETCHAM Sophomore Attendant ANN SUE ROGERS junior Attendant GLENN CAFER fzmjor Attemifmt BRUCE WELCH Freffomfzfz f1Zl67'26Z7ll7'ZZ DON MURPHY Sophomore Attendant J y x. A r r - 1 f g2'?,A,:r '- 4 , f f H Q 1 1 n E - ' o- Ecia .Qaeen MARILYN SIMMONS Page 114 N.- gc 114 Page 115 -...,,....,.. 7, A aio DAVID R. JANSON 1 , Q , Wm ,f 1 ff 7 N A 0 A, , V Z ,C ,, 5 P 4' ,fx ff? fy, I 'Vi V Q- ,M ,, H ,L f V., 1, ,. ff- KM' , ff M 5: . , I ,, Jw--gy . - - ,, . M ' ,f . A f K f , J, ff 1 fy! W f f- MS F f gy f 4' W ,, I K: , 1 S X 2 M' WF X' W 4 WY ? nl 2 W ,- f., Q 1 W v 91 W V 4 01253 ,, 2 ,Q W K if A 'cf' E ix E f?X.A ,iq mia ff 1 f W ff .4 ,iz ,, E.. fm E-5 if Vt' Z , ' ff ! 'X .h , hz r,:' . . J If I- J 1:2 if' . I1 S! lu ' lg ' I' Q: I: V! IC. 5' 1 1' T5 E: ,g Egg' V: Q: Z- ' I' . V A S: gl 2 A, if r, 4 I l:' V: V. R 3 'H K' E 5 :Z ,3 F . 5. gi I. ' E r i E. Q EE' E E2 F Fi I ,' E X L 4 I :. P f . tu B. 3 . : E , ig , L I I I . P n u w i ,. i . . I g - l . " i .- : . . ,. , .55 nh : I ,. If 0. :: .: 3 ..: -2: ,ig ' rf Ei: .I Row 1: Gerald Sprongg Bill Carterg Floyd Wadeg Vernon Shot- wellg O. D. Austing LaVerne Dabneyg Brandy, marcotg Kenneth Rehgg Donald Tarrg Bill Leistg Londo Diazg Dumpy McCollum, manager. Row 2: Head Coach Red Wadeg Frank Yeagerg Clive Frazierg Dwight Hugginsg George Anastasoffg Glendle Pickeringg Donald Healeyg Guy Burtong Dale Hennerg Marvin Silverg Bob Jarrett, Ed Benderg Clyde Ransomg Tom Zeladeg Don Coslet. Row 3: Assistance Coach XXQ, , , ,I f , sew MAA ,. I . I MAURICE 'iREDll WADE. Head Football Coach A.B,, University of Tulsag A.M., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College KENNETH GARDNER Aryiszant Football Coach, Trade Coach B.S. in Ed., A.M., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College K5 f "WS , ' ie Wdaad emu Kenneth Gardnerg Paul johnsong Tom Burkhartg Gus Lombardog Harold Coffmang John Durhamg Jack Laneg john Aldersong Frank Melving Roger Schwarztrauberg Wes Rerningtong Darrell Fouchg Francis Brammerg Orie Inlowg William Reger, manager. Row 4: Dave Al- brechtg Ronald Findersg Harold Heavling Bob Bradleyg Bob Fortnerg john Tompsong Bob Lawrenceg Roger Biesemeyerg Howard Hallg Mel Loncaricg Bennie Wellsg Bob Rowles. Pour IM HSI 'dog ank ncis Al- aerg Mel U 115' SEASONS SCORES Kirlcsville Kirksville Kirksville Kirksville Kirksville Kirksville Kirksyille Kirksville Kirksville 20 6 45 12 21 22 15 19 12 Co-Captains LaVerne Dabney and Kenneth Rehg Wm, ,fn fx. f We ,V,,,,V., yy rw, M St. Bene-diets 12 Missouri Valley 0 Central 0 Cape Girardeau O Rolla 7 Warrensburg 6 Maryville 12 Springfield 19 Quincy College 45 ljflqz' llfl ff A M -Q--11.1,.l,,, ""l W f7f 4 in 4 s Q M if fuyr J if W. A ' 9 - -2 it I , 9 7 I , A K ,eg f ' f Thwg A 'NW' H-it 4 ,nf fy. 3 f Manager Williani Reger Assistant Dumpy McCollum JOHN ALDERSON ROBERT LAWRENCE ROGER BIESEMEYER GUY BURTON En En Tackle Falfback CLIVE FRAZIER CLYDE RANSOM PAUL JOHNSON DARRELL FOUCH Quarterback Guard Emi Emi If Little Sir were asked what he felt was most signi- ficant about the fall quarter his immediate reply would be the gridiron performance of the Tutors which earned them the title of Co-Champions. A combination of fine coaching, good material, and strong school sup- port pulled Kirksville over four conference opponents. During the season the winningest team in fifteen years scalped the Cape Girardeau Indians 12-O, buried the Rolla Miners 21-7, booted the Warrensburg Mules 22-6, skinned by the Maryville Bearcats 13-12 in the Homecoming version, and tied Springfield 19-19. Of the five contests the one with Springfield for the tie count proved most exciting since the Bulldog offense pulled it out of the fire in the last seconds. In the final meeting of the season the Quincy Hawks clawed the Tutors unmercifully to break the eight-game undefeated streak. Page 120 A J. 1 'ix H i- ,d ih in ,- ls. ffl rd ES IC Jr '8 ls. 3Y IC Z0 DALE HENNER DAVE ALBRECHT VFRNON SHOTWELL ROGER SCHWARTZTRAUBER Hdlfbatk Guard Hdlfback Tackle ROBERT JARRETT EDWARD BENDER DWIGHT HUGGINS GEORGF ANASTASOFF Gmini Quarterback Halfback Gum-4 Thirty-four lettermen were named by Coaches Wade and Gardner at the end of the most successful football season in fifteen years. The lettermen, squad, and coaches were honored at the annual football banquet held in Blanton Hall cafeteria December 14. The famed "Galloping Ghost" Red Grange, All Time All- American football star, high-lighted the program at the banquet. One of the nation's top sports publicists, Mark Cox, was also featured at the banquet. Five men on the Bulldog team were named for All-Conference honors. Edward Bender, quarterback, and LaVerne Dabney, center, were selected as members of the MIAA All Star Team. Three positions on the second team went to Darrel Pouch, end, Roger Biese- meyer, guard, and Kenneth Rehg, halfback. A final honor for the team was the presentation of gold football charms to them by President Ryle on March l2.' Page 121 Football C1'0'Ll?d5 cheered the Ballalogf on to many victorief under the direction of Elizabeth Lamb, Nina Saozwlefz, Ming jolmfozz, Dave Strickler, Dorif Quinn, Adele Abe, Lil Alder, ami jean Plefzge ' FRANCIS BRAMMER MARVIN SILVER HOWARD HALL FRANK MELVIN Tackle Tackle TOM BURKHART Tack! e Center MEL LONCARIC DON HEALEY Halfback GLENDLE PICKERING End BOB BRADLEY Halfback BOB FORTNER Halfback RONALD FINDERS F all back DONALD TARR Guard Not pictured: BILL CARTER Quarlerback O. D. AUSTIN Halfback , 1., Coaches Wade and Gardner have troa ble reylraining the ambitioaf Brandy football maxcot TTI' Row 1: Hafner, Commack, Schif, Cafer, Dabney. Row 2: Beck, Lawrence, Crafton, Harmon, Coach King. Turner, Sims, Saltzgaver, Forte. Row 3: Manager Rehg, Koper, 44055466 A five and five record in the MIAA and an overall record of twelve victories and seven defeats put the Bulldog hustlers in third place in the conference this year. Coach King was able to weed out a hustling ball club from the twenty-three basketball hopefuls that greeted him as the season began. In reviewing the round-ball season we see that the first conference game ended in a 37-27 score with the victory for Springfield. Kirksville took the first MIAA victory of the season by stalling a win from Maryville 35-30. The Rolla Miners suffered a 74-41 fiasco in Kirk withpCommack and Beck leading the Dogs to victory. A three to one conference standing was accomplished by the Bulldogs with a 57-37 victory over Cape Girardeau. Rolla avenged her former defeat in a turn about decision 62-61. The four to four count came with the win over Cape Girardeau 59-39, and the defeat at the hands of Warrensburg 50-43. Sims led the Tutors in taking a thriller from Maryville 42-39. Warrensburg was next to defeat Kirksville by a score of 59-40. The final game of the year saw the Tutor Dogs bow- ing to Springfield 58-46. High scorer for the season was Willard Sims with a total of 206 points. Second was Cafer with 141, next came Lawrence with 138, and Commack with 132. Willard Sims, a sophomore forward, was the only Bulldog selected as a member of the All-Conference MIAA team. Page 124 Ha ner dzfplayf hm hmifznzg .rtyle 111 Jzzzkizzg tzm pcm!! fo: fbe Bullrfogx 1'11gw Ili LJIIl'I'61ZL't 6:l'6fllfl!,S filffk-17111111 ,vfynt in ALKUVL' for Ix'i1',4,xz'iffc v SEASONS RECORD Kirksyille 5 8 Central 44 Kirksville 62 Kirksville 48 Kirksville 74 Kirksville 68 Springfield 57 Kirksville 35 Lincoln 56 Kirksville 74 Kirksville 5 7 Rolla 62 Kirksville 59 Warrensburg 50 Kirksville 66 Kirksville 42 Warrensburg 59 Springfield 5 8 Kirksville 48 Lincoln Kirksville Missouri Valley Simpson Missouri Valley Parsons Kirksville Maryville Kirksville Rolla Cape Girardeau Kirksville Cape Girardeau Kirksville Simpson Maryville Kirlcsville Kirksville Central Kopef fight: for poxfefyion of hall while Simi watcher for a pair and Beck Jiamhlef Ballrlogr eye their opponenlf hefore 6121611 ing game, Coach King, Cafer, Commach Crafron, Lazwczzce, Simi S chif .vinkx two point: for Kirkwille Bulldog brit .firing pofe for birdie in prrzetlce clotlaef. Sirm, Cufor, C'077Z7?2'6ZCk, Beck, Craflon, Lawrerzce Page 127 Willard Simy, high point forward, clooferz for All-Conference MIAA team r . H -- -- Avi: W Row 1: Watkins, Yeager, Mitten, Ashell, Ransom, Frazier. Austin Bohn Row 3 Meehan Healey Bollck Fortner Lawrence Row 2: Emerson, Burkhart, Burgener, Henner, Stewart, Young, Tompson Pickering Iarrett Tucker Coach Gardner A2462 and 7wZmmamZa The Teachers College thinclads competed in indoor and outdoor meets starting March 22 at Columbia. Three meets were scheduled for April, one at Kirksville, one at Central, and one at Missouri Valley. Although their practice was delayed by the weather, Coach Gardner's team was entered early in the season in high jump, two-mile run, shotput, mile run, 440-yard dash, low hurdles, 880-yard run, and mile relay. Sigma Tau Gamma came out as victors in the volleyball intramural competition of eight teams. Fourteen reams were entered in the basketball intramural rourneys. For the first time in many years a golf team and a tennis team were organized on the campus. R. E. Valentine coached the golfers, while Dr. E. H. Goold coached the tennis enthusiasts and scheduled out of town meets for them. Af top: Sigma Tau Gamma volleyball cham pions Pressley, Collins, Burton, Allred Wohlsclilaeger, Lawrence Below' Intramural basketball team Lyons, Rock hold, Crafton, Jobe CC, ' E 3 2 s if ? 4? 7 z ge IZY . . ,.., . ...,.,N, L ,L ,..z:::p:::::::-- -- .:1x':: Row 1: Roger Schwarztrauberg Howard Hallg Roy Collins, Jimmy Higgins, Sherman Hafner, R. E. Valentine, Bill Commack, prefidentf LaVerne Dabneyg Dave Albrechtg Kenneth Rehg. Row 2: Guy Burton, Jecretaryg Bill Carter, Dwight Huggins, Carl Mitten, K-60:5 Organized in 1934, the K-Club has maintained its purpose of the establishment of high ideals and traditions for the athletes of the Teachers College throughout the years. Membership is restricted to the athletes who have earned letters for consistent ability in inter-collegiate competition as members of the Bull- dog teams. The club illustrated its unexcelled spirit this year in launching a drive for the purchase of a bulldog mascot for the college. Through the unceasing efforts of the Frank Melvin, Bob Lawrenceg Bob Jarrett, George Anastasoff, sergeant at armsg Dale Henner, vice president: Tom Burkhart. Row 3 Clyde Ransom, Darrell Fouchg John Aldersong Roger Biesemeyerg Ed Bender Willard Sims. members "Brandy" was purchased and diligently cared for through the year. In addition to active participation in sports, the members serve in a materially beneficial way to the college. They set up refreshment stands at sports events, sell programs at football and basketball games, assist at track meets and at the high school sub- regional basketball tourney held annually in Kirk Auditorium. This year they co-operated with Cardinal Key in selling Homecoming buttons and pom-poms. Page 129 him to Ike Teazcloezir College Prefidevzz Ryle co1zg1'.zlf1!fzze.u "B1mzciy" mm' ZZ'6'!cfl7lILY if f' 0 ff' ' Row I: Lois McReynoldsg Mary Jane Murphy, p1'e.ri:Zent,' rec1'eta1'y,' Adele Abe, Jeanne Burton, reporterg Lois Snowbargerg Patricia Harnden, -vice p1'erirz'enl,' Dorothy Scottg Joyce Crump, Elaine Peggy Merrell. Row 3: Marilyn Jennings, Jean Sappingtong Roberta Meyer, Dot Walker, Kathryn Riddle, Jpomor. Row 2: Anne Dixon, Vaughn, Arlene Benjamin, Vera Lewedagg Erma Lea Hawkins, Ann trearurerg Ruth Hockettg Marie Dreherg Donna Allen, Shirley Brown, Sue Rogers, Marilie Schrock. 70 'a f4z'4Zez'6o """""' -- ,-Qaaadatdaa --.. The Women's Athletic Association is devoted to the development of sportsmanship and interest in athletic activities. It is composed of more than twenty girls, many of whom are majors in physical education and recreation. Miss Kathryn Riddle, head of the womens physical education department, sponsors the group. - W.A.A. this year sent three delegates, Marie Dreher, Jean Sappington, and Adele Abe, to the regional meeting of W.A.A. in St. Louis on October 11-12. They participated with other college women in discussion groups concerning problems of W.A.A. activities. A main project of the W.A.A. is the sponsoring of womens intra- mural games in volleyball, basketball, tennis, and softball. Members assist in scheduling and refereeing the games. The group also holds recreational play periods for college women. Letters are awarded on a point basis for participation in the recreational program. is 'M At lop: Sigma Sigma Sigma intramural volleyball championship team: Betty Couch, Vera Lewedag, Jo Petershagen, Martha Roy, Ann Sue Rogers, Mary Lou Clough, Elaine Meyer, Gloria Lanza, Shirley Truitt Below: Delta Sigma Epsilon intramural basketball championship team: ' Mary Frazer, Nadine Bramhall, Joan Kelly, Janice Juergensmeyer, Kay Parker, Janet Delventhal, Marjorie Fox, Pat McMichael Page 130 rger, Jerta Ann , 71:1 ,-1ya,f.,,. -,J 4-27, ww" 'c4?!'c', :fa Wu , f " Y 91. age 130 5 H ..... ,M 7, GOLF TEAM: Don Scott, Glen Fugate, Sherman Hafner, Henry TENNIS TEAM: Irving Waldman, Carl Tiemann, David Janson, Simpson, Virgil Luman, Charles Stubbs, Clyde Charles Esterline, Buzz Adams, Orie Inlow, Coach Ransom. Not pictzz1'efz',' Coach Valentine, Goold. Page 131 'I Q ,I,, ,ww ,"1,'4?4'a , 12 A gk 'W 1 ,'f a.,H, 55417 ,C ,V If dy '-4 w 4 1 ...M K, 'aww ,-...ml 4. MPM j I if , Eff.. ..... 5,341 - f, , A H... QW f.4,,, f Mfg , ,, , , ' A ' x ,J I f 5 . NIV"- JNMM X ,, X lily? 132 i Q. Nl ' X 4? X .X g? I 1, f f , 7 W Q "QS: ' Aw- r 1 4. Q age 132 -.. . , v x -nv' A 5 A Hy Page 133 M A 1-K f x ,up X' ,f Page 134 '- KL. ""A'... N.. --.t,,.. -1 .- -,. ""' V.. ...U 1, -1--,,,.,1f, "H -v...-., A...-....- -....-..........""?""u ty.. . ...,. . 1 6 W fam! Those of us who were closely associated with the organiza- tion and composition of the 1952 Echo here on the campus cannot take all of the credit for its existence. Our apprecia- tion must be expressed for the many forces that combine to make its publication possible. Our special thanks to Little Sir Echo for honoring us with a year's visit. It is our hope that he will stay with us a few years longer. Especially helpful with sound advice and support were Mr. Ralph Kolb, manager of the college annual department at Burger-Baird Engraving Company, Kansas City, and Mr. Fred Bassman, sales manager at Mid-State Printing Company, Jefferson City. Jack Abshier, artist at Burger-Baird Engraving Company, is to be complimented for his creation of Little Sir Echo. We are greatly indebted to Mr. Glenn Rider of Rider- Philpott Studio, Kansas City, and to Mr. George Alexander of Page 135 Make: Alexander Studio, Kirksville, for their cooperation and out- standing photographic contributions. Echo staff photographers Hugh Gardner and Bob Schnucker contributed hours of work as well as a dark room and equipment for the better- ment of the Echo. We are especially grateful to Mr. Kurt Ballard, Echo adviser, for advice and constant moral support in addition to the cover and end sheet designs. David Janson is to be thanked for his technical advice and labor., On the campus the students, organizations, faculty, Presi- dent's Office, Dean's Office, Business Office, Stenographic Office, and the Student Council all contributed their share toward the Echo. The 1952 Echo staff hopes that with all of this excellent help it has succeeded in its efforts to please you. May the 1952 Echo ever echo this school year in your memories. Abe, Adele 10, 122, 130 Acuff, Ann 76 Adams, Charles 10, 131 Adams, Jane 19, 63, 66, 68, 82 Agee, Marian 31 Albrecht, David 118, 121, 129 Alder, Lily 10, 81, 122 Alderson, John 31, 118, 120, 129 Allen, Donna 19, 66, 130 Anastasoff, George 19, 118, 121, 129 Anderson, Calvin 74 Anderson, Jane 10, 77 Anderson, Joanne 77 Anderson, Rosemary 77 Anesi, Louis 10 V Appling, Bessie 19, 87 Archer, Lois 10 Arnold, Burl 30, 31, 67, 68, 69, 71, 90 Ashell, Ed 19, 110, 128 Austin, O. D. 118, 128 Bailey, Lora Doone 25, 75, 80 Bailey, Winifred 31, 75 Baker, Carol 25, 77 Ball, Marie 19, 82, 98, 100 Ball, Wayne 31, 75 Balagna, Josephine 25, 76, 84 Barber, Edna 10, 77 Barbour, Mary 10 Barnard, Patricia 10, 87 Barnett, Charles 19, 74 Bartlett, Marietta 31 Bartow, Gene 31 Bascavusoglu, Sevgi 45, 75 Beal, Marian Ruth 19, 77, 98 Bearden, Stanley 10 Beck, Jack 124 Bender, Edward 69, 118, 121, 129 Benjamin, Arlene 25, 76, 80, 95, 98, 130 Benjamin, Edgar 10 Benner, Henry 31 Bergfield, Peggy 31, 70, 76, 84 Biesemeyer, Roger 31, 118, 120, 129 Biggs, Perlanna 10, 96 Billups, Mary Anna 10 Bixenmann, Dale 10 Blackwell, Charles 30, 31, 71, 78, 90 Blevins, Beverly 77, 101 Bogener, Jerry 31 Bogue, William 44 Bolick, Dean 128 Bolm, Ralph 10 Boren, Chester 19 Borron, Darlene 25, 78 Borron, Juanita 25 Borron, Phyllis 25, 78, 84 Bowling, Dixie 31, 67, 70, 80 Bowling, Herbert 31 Boyer, Richard 19, 66 laden! Wwlex Bradley, Robert 118, 123 Bradshaw, Jeanette 10, 78, 96 Bradshaw, Olen Gene 31, 68, 74, 78, 96 Bragg, Phyllis 19, 80 1 Bramhall, Frances Nadean 10, 82 Brammer, Francis 118, 122 Brees, Joann 10, 87 Brenton, Billy 19 Brilhart, Helen 19 Brockfeld, Jo Ann 19, 82 Brookhart, Mary 30, 32, 70, 82, 94, 108, 109 Bross, Marilyn 10, 77 Brown, Anna Mary 32 Brow-n, Dale 19, 96, 98, 99, 100 Brown, Emmett 32 ' Brown, Jack 10 Brown, Louise 19, 78 Brown, Shirley 19, 74, 130 Browning, Peggy 73 Browning, Gerald 10 Browning, Gwendolyn 10 Browning, Martha 32, 96, 99 Brunner, Raymond 25, 66, 72, 73, 78, 96, 99 Bryant, Mary 10, 87, 98 Bughman, Marilyn 19, 77 Buhr, Karl 32 Bulick, Paul 19, 78 Burchfield, Harold 10 Burdett, Bruce 19 Burgener, Jerry 25, 90, 128 Burgholier, Wayne 96, 99 Burkhart, Tom 118, 122, 128, 129 Burnett, Clive 32 Burnett, Pat 32, 81 Burns, Robert 19, 78 Burris, Herschel 32 Burroughs, Alyn 32, 90 Burton, Guy 25, 90, 109, 118, 120, 129 Burton, Jeanne 19, 98, 130 Busch, Bobby 10 Butler, Donald 11 Cafer, Glenn 113, 124, 126 Caldwell, Nell 18, 19, 77, 82, 94, 101 Campbell, Betty 11 Carlson, Norman 11 Carosella, Leo 11 Carson, Dean 11, 96 Carter, Bill 118, 126 Cashatt, Emma 11 Cattey, Marilyn 11, 98 Childers, Victor 19 Christian, Jack 11, 66, 73, 76 l Christman, Stanley 19 Clark, Betty 19 Clark, Pat 33, 86 Clark, Wayne 33, 88 Claussen, John 11 Clavijo, Luis 11 Page 136 ge 136 D 'gt 'rf-. ......,, k 54, ancient' 7adlex-Qnldaaed Claypoole, Ina Mae 25, 65, 68, 80 Clayton, Russell 19 Clough, Mary Lou 55, 66, 69, 70, 86, 110 Coates, Virginia 11, 75, 87, 98 Cochran, Evelyn 19, 87 Coffman, Harold 55, 118 Coleman, Donna 11, 75, 87, 98, 99, 100 Collins, Betty 68, 81 Collins, Mervin 55, 68 Collins, Roy 25, 90, 129 commack, William 55, 68, 72, 88, 95, 108, 109, 124, 126, 129 Conlon, Onie May 20, 78 Conner, Mary Ann 25 Connolly, Barbara 25 Conyers, Arleen 44 Cooper, Ralph 55 Cormeny, Mavis 1 1 Coslet, Donald 55, 118 Couch, Betty June 55, 70, 79, 86 Courtright, Elwood 55 Couts, Fred 55 Cowan, John 11 Cox, Edward 20, 66, 75, 96, 100 Cox, John 55, 90 Crafton, Delbert 124, 126 Craig, Grace 11 Cranmer, Jean 20, 80, 95 Creason, Charlene 11, 96 Crist, Raymond 55, 75 Crooks, Lois 98 Cross, Martha 11 Crow, Bob 25, 96, 98, 99 Crow, Sara 11 Crum, James 20 Crump, Joyce 11, 87, 101, 150 Cullen, Peggy 50, 55, 69, 70, 79, 80 Cundiff, Nancy 20, 81 Dabney, Janet Coy 11, 66 Dabney, LaVerne 69, 118, 119, 124, 129 Daniels, John 20 Daniels, Thelma 66 Danneman, Jean 84 Daubresse, Mary Ann 11, 81 Daugherity, Mary F. 55, 66, 76 Davidson, Earl 75 Davidson, Jolene 25, 80 Davis, Bert 54 Davis, Shirley 18, 26, 80, 109 Dean, Joan 26, 84, 96, 100 Dearing, Ruth 26, 82 Debo, Tony 20, 90, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100 Delventhal, Janet 20, 82, 95 Dennis, Shirley 26, 66, 87 DeRosear, ,Dwight 54, 68, 69, 71, 72, 79, 90, 94, 104 Derrick, Neil 26, 50, 66, 69, 71, 76, 90, 96, 98, 100, U0 DeVolld, Delene 11, 16 DeWitt, Gerald 75 Page 137 Diaz, Londo 118 Dickmann, Vernon 20 Dixon, Anne 20, 150 Dixon, Elinor 20, 84, 96 Dodson, Carole 20, 86 Dodson, Clayton 54 Downing, Mary 11 Dragich, Ray 54 Drake, Anita 54 Drake, James 54, 68 Drake, Mary 20 Dreher, Marie 11, 150 Drennan, Irene 54, 66, 67, 70. 75, Dudeck, LaVerne 11, 77, 87, 98 Duden, Tom 11, 75, 96, 98, 99 Dunard, Charles 20 Duncan, Ruby Merle 26, 77 Dunsing, Daniel 11 ' Durham, John 20, 118, 122 Dyer, William 11 Easley, Jacquelin 11, 66, 87, 101 Easley, Mary 11, 77 ' Easterday, Leland 26, 78 Edwards, Carol 11, 98 Eifel, Linden 11, 74, 78 Elam, Charles 54, 68, 71, 79, 88 Ellett, Pat 11, 75, 81 Emerson, Bud 11, 96, 99, 128 Emmert, Leo 54 England, Emmabelle 54, 76 Ertel, Jennie 11 Esterline, Charles 18, 67, 151 Fanning, Betty 12, 81 Fanning, Floid 54 Farmer, Pat 12, 66, 67, 81 Farris, Marilyn 54, 75, 96, 99 Farson, Ethella 12, 98 Farthing, Kenneth 54, 98 Fechtling, Howard 20 86, 96, 99, 100 Ferguson, Grace Joy 20, 75, 78, 82, 96, 97, 98, 100 Finders, Ronald'118, 125 Finnerty, Richard 20, 96, 99 Flynn, Jerome 54, 90 Ford, Donna 12 Forte, Earl 12, 124 Fortner, Bob 118, 125, 128 Fortney, Leon 12 Fouch, Darrell 74, 118, 120, 129 Fox, James 54, 72, 78 Fox, Marilyn 12, 82 Fox, Marjorie 12 Franklin, Joann 20 Frazer, Mary 12, 82, 98 Frazer, Waneta 12, 77, 82, 99 Frazier, Clive 55, 88, 118, 120, 128 Frazier, Donna 12, 18, 87, 101 eden! Wwlex-4 animated Frenzen, Glenn 35, 71, 74, 75, 88 Fugate, Glen 71, 131 Gale, Oren 35, 66, 67, 78 Galloway, Shirley 12 Gardner, Hugh 26, 67, 90, 110 Gardner, James 12 Garriott, Joan 35 George, Anna Dorris 12, 66, 82 Gibson, Norma 12 Giddens, Joanne 12, 77 Giddens, Richard 20, 45, 78, 90 Gilmore, John 26, 78, 96 Gilstrap, Mary Ellen 35, 77, 84 Gima, Chosuke 12, 45, 75. Glahn, Harry 35, 67 Goad, Betty 12, 73, 78, 82, 96,99 Goeke, Ed 26, 90, 98 Goeke, Jim 73, 99, 107 Gonnerman, Paul 20 Gordon, Allene 12, 73, 82, 88, 96, 99 Gordon, Larry 35 Gorman, Myra Marie 20 Gosser, Anna 12 Gottman, Fred 12 Gottman, Rita 12 Gould, Fred 20 Grady, Ruth 35, 63, 66, 68, 86 Greene, Jerry 12 Gregory, John 12 Gregory, Laverne 35, 69, 76 Griffen, Elaine 20, 75, 96, 97 Griffin, Imogene 36, 86 Grim, Garnett 26, 76 Grimm, Stanley 12, 67, 107 Grober, Robert 12, 73 Groff, Marion 78 Grubb, Nancy 81 Hafner, Carolyn 36, 75 Hafner, C. T. 36 Hafner, Sherman 124, 129, 131 Hall, Howard 20, 118, 122, 129 Hall, Paul 20 Halls, Betty 20, 63, 66, 68, 86 Hammers, Noel 78 Hampton, Mildred 26, 76 Hancock, William Dean 12 Hanman, Gary 74 Hanrahan, James 26, 90, 96 Harbur, Leon 12 Harmon, Don 124 Harnden, Pat 20, 130 Harrison, Russell 12, 101 Hatfield, Dorothy Jean 12 Hatfield, Neta Marie 12 Hawkins, Erma Lea 12, 81, 130 Hawkins, Pat 12 Hayes, Clifford 26 Healey, Donald 12, 118, 123,128 Healey, Pat 96, 98, 99, 100 Heavlin, Ha told 13, 118 Heddesheimer, Helen 36, 77 Heimer, Linda 13, 66, 73, 81, 96, 98, 99, 100 Heinike, Carol 13, 96, 97, 99 Helton, Kenneth 13 Henner, Dale 118,121,128,129 Herndon, Norman 21 Herrin, Clifford 36 Herzog, Richard 26, 73, 75, 96 Hicks, Callie 13 Hicks, William 13 Higgins, James 21, 129 Hill, Woodrow 75 - Hiltabidle, Larry 13, 73, 96 Hines, Jackie 82 Hinkamp, Ronald 13 Hobbs, J. W. 26, 78 Hockett, Ruth 21, 130 Hoemann, Virgil 36, 78, 101 Hoffman, Murlee 36, 75, 76 Hoffner, Dorothy 36 Hoffner, Jasper 36 Hogan, James 73 Holm, Grethe 36, 45, 75 Holman, Harold 13 Holt, Marilyn 36, 76, 84 Holzmeier, Al 21, 98 Horn, Nancy 13 Houston, Mary Lou 13 Houtchens, Jim 13, 73, 95 Hovey, Pat Rudd 13 Howard, Al 26, 30, 73, 90, 96, 98, 99, 100 Howard, Mac 15, 1s,96,9s, 99, 100 Howard, Wilmer 35, 75, 88 Howell, JoAnn 13, 98 Hoyt, Jane 26, 77 Huggins, Dwight 118,121, 129 Hulse, Laura Ruth 35, 68, 70, 82 Hungate, Audrey 13, 73, 87, 96, 98 Huntsman, William 13, 78 Husted, Avonlee 26 Ikeda, Jayne 45, 75 Ingraham, Betty Lou 78 Inlow, Orie 13, 118, 131 Ioannidou, Ismini 45, 75 Jackson, Roy 21, 78, 107 James, Martha Bess 35 James, Mary Ellen 13, 82, 96 Janes, Esther 13, 66 Janson, David 35, 69, 71, 90, 94, 95, Jaquiss, Elaine 26, 78 , Jarrett, Robert 118, 121, 128, 129 Jennings, Marilyn 13, 98, 130 Jesse, Sally 21 Jewett, John G. 37, 91 115,131 Page 138 138 y - --' .ah --" --M,:..::.g:p.:.. .-.,.... . -rv.-.-.. ,,,,,V,,' laden! Wwlexg- 'med Jobe, John 15 Johns, Elizabeth 15, 81 Johns, Lloyd 57, 66, 67, 98 Johnson, Ming 50, 57, 45, 69, 91, 94, 95, 122 Johnson, Bruce 57 Johnson, Eleanor 15 Johnson, Marjorie 26, 79, 80 Johnson, Opal 57, 76 JOhnSOn, Paul 118, 120 Jones, Annella 15, 66 Jones, Betty 14, 84 Jones, Gale 26, 50, 71, 72, 91, 94, 95 Jones, John 14 Jones, John Paul 14 Jongbloed, Gertrude 26, 45, 75, 75 Jorgensen, Andrew 57, 75 Juergensmeyer, Janis 21, 85 Jurgel, James 26, 72, 75 Kato, Maude 14, 45, 75 Kearns, Roy 21 Keller, Carl 14 Keller, Iris 14, 82 Keller, Patsy 14 Kelly, Jean 57, 69, 79, 85, 104 Kelly, Joann 14, 82 Kelso, Elmer 21, 66, 74 Kendrick, Nancy 21 Ketcham, Jean 21, 98, 112 Kimmel, Keith 21, 75 King, Edward 57 King, John 14 Kinro, Reiko 45, 75 Kish, Lawrence 57, 75 Kissner, Joyce 21, 86 Kittle, Josephine 14, 78, 96 Kneeland, Robert 58, 99 Knoernschild, Ruth 27, 66, 77, 84 Knudsvig, Linda 21, 87, 104 Koper, James 14, 124 Krug, Judith 58, 76, 84, 99, 109 Kuniyuku, Edna 75 Ladwig, Colene 14, 81 Laird, Alvin 21, 75, 91, 96 Lamb, Donna 27 ' Lamb, Elizabeth 14, 18, 66, 77, 94, 98, 99, 109, 122 Lamb, Richard 58 Lambert, Betty 58 Landman, Jean 27, 85, 96 Lane, Jack 118, 122 Lane, Sara Dean 21, 80 Lanza, Gloria 27, 75, 86 Lanza, Anthony 14 Lanzani, Elena 21, 45, 75, 101 Lawrence, Robert 27, 91, 118, 120, 124, 126, 128, 129 Lawson, Donna 58 Lawson, Eldon 58 Laytham, Robert 14 Page 139 Leathers, Alfred 58 Ledbetter, Harold 58, 88 Leist, Bill 178 Lemen, Mary 14 Lemen, Verrel 58 Lewedag, Vera 27, 86, 150 Lewis, Louise 14 Lewis, Nelda 14, 66 Lewis, Wanda 21, 77, 87, 98 Lillard, David 74 Lindhorst, Harry 27 Linhart, Donald 59, 88 Linneman, Loretta 14 Littrell, Julia 14 Loe, Nellie 27 Lombardo, Gus 14, 118 Loncaric, Mel 118, 122 Looney, Edward 27 Lottman, Stuart 14, 101 I Lough, Donna 21, 66, 84, 96, 99 Luedloff, Don 21, 96, 99 Luetkemeyer, Kenneth 14 Luther, Bernard 14, 75, 96, 98 Lyberger, John 14, 74 Lyons, George 15 Mackey, Norma 22 Mackie, Bill 22, 75, 96, 98, 100 Madorin, Jo Ann 59, 84 Maddox, Edith 59 Magers, Mary 15, 77, 82 Magruder, Charles 59, 88 Manning, Herbert 44 Marsh, Louise 15, 66 Marshall, Bruce 18, 22, 45, 78, 91 Marshall, Marjorie 59, 75, 76, 84, 96 Martin, Carolyn 15, 87 Martin, Clifford 59, 75 Martin, William 27, 72, 74 Martin, Winona 15, 66 Mathers, Marilyn 15, 75, 81, 98, 100, 101 Mauer, Joseph 15 Maxwell, Robert 22, 68 May, Charles 59 McAfee, Donald 15 McClaskey, Bertha 27, 67, 68, 79, 85, 107 McCollom, Eleanor 59, 79, 85, 95 McCollum, Emogene 22, 66, 84 McCollum, Warner 15, 18, 118, 119 McCoy, Robert 27, 72, 98 McCullough, Robert 75 McCurdy, Mignon 22, 75, 87 McElhaney, Ruby 59, 70, 76 1V1cGlothlin, Alvin 15 Mclntosh, Ivan 27 McKinney, Norma 59, 68, 84 McKinstray, Jack 15, 96, 99 McMaster, Candace 15, 75, 98 McMaster, Trilby 15, 75, 98 'SLUT-4 -I McMichael, Pat 22, 82 McReynolds, Lois 15, 130 McVeigh, Edna 39, 78 McVey, Earl 15 Meehan, Michael 15, 128 Melvin, Frank 118, 122, 129 Merrell, Dorsie 22, 74 Merrell, Peggy 15, 81, 98, 130 Meyer, Elaine 27, 63, 79, 87, 130 Mikel, Twria 22, 81, 104 'Miller, Dean 15, 96 Miller, Donald 22 Miller, Elzie 39, 71 Miller, Rex 15 Miller, Walter 39, 71, 98 ' Miller, Wayne 27, 74 Millin, John 39, 72, 75, 95 Mitten, Carl 22, 128, 129 Mogg, Pat 27, 83, 101 Mook, Mary 15 Moore, Donald 94 Moore, John 22 Moore, Pat 22, 66, 77, 81, 101 Moore, Rex 15, 96, 98 Moore, Jean 27, 68, 70, 81, 94, 95 Moors, Gwynne 22, 73 Morey, Lloyd 39, 72, 75, 78, 88, 95 Morgan, Ann 22, 77, 83, 98, 100 Morrison, Berneeta 15, 96 Morrison, Ralph 27 Morse, Clyde 40, 75 Motley, Robert 22 Moyer, Rex 96, 99, 100 Mozingo, Don 40, 96 Mudd, Philip 40, 75 Mueller, Donn 40, 71, 78 Mulford, Luis 15 Mullins, Bette Sue 15, 73, 87, 98, 99, 100 Murlin, Joe 27, 91 Murphy, David 40, 68 Morphy, Donald 22, 91, 94, 98, 100, 107, 113 Murphy, Glenn 22 J Murphy, Mary Jane 27, 66, 68, 69, 70, 85, 94, 130 Myers, Charles 40, 69, 79, 89 Myers, Eugene 27, 72 Myers, Harold 22, 73, 98 Namba, Reiko 15, 45, 75, 77, 78 Neilson, James 15 Newman, James 15 Newman, John 27, 89 N ickell, Nina 22, 66, 81 Nickerson, Russel 15 Nicol, Catherine 23, 81 Nohara, Kazuo 15, 45, 75 North, Bill 27, 68, 89 Northcraft, John 27, 68 Novinger, Jane 84 Wwlex- awlllmce Oestreich, Elmo 15, 98, 99 Ogle, Lewis 23 Orbin, Marilyn 15 Osborn, Minnie Lou 40, 67, 73, 96, 99, 100 Overstreet, Eleanor 23 Overstreet, Lloyd 28 Overton, Jean 40, 76 Owen, Mary 15, 66, 81 Owens, Darlene 23, 76, 78, 95 Paeper, Margie 15 Page, Carolyn 28, 68, 79, 87 Palmer, Wilma 15 Parcels, Reva 15, 73, 84, 96, 100 Parcells, Frances 73, 107 Parcells, Richard 16 A Parker, Kay 16, 82 Parks, Evelyn 40, 73, 76 Parrella, Irma 40, 70 Parrish, Lou Ann 23, 77 Parry, Joyce 16, 73, 81 Parsons, Glenn 101 Pash, Sara Beth 28, 66, 68, 81, 98 Pate, Barbara 16, 66, 67, 73, 82 Peters, Rex 23 Petershagen, Joann 40, 87 Peterson, Carla 23, 81, 98, 99, 100, 101 Peterson, Marilyn 28, 77, 87, 98 Philliber, Lynn Dale 16 Pickering, Glendle 16, 118, 125, 128 Pierce, Donald 40, 68 Piper, Dorothy 23 Pister, Bobbie 28, 89 Platz, Howard 16, 72, 73, 74 Plenge, Jean 16, 82, 98, 99, 100, 122 Poe, Bernardine 28, 76, 79, 85, 95, 99 Powell, Mary Ann 23 Prado, Alicia 40, 45, 75 Pressley, James 23, 78 Prewitt, George 23 Primm, Gerald 23 Probasco, Milton 44, 67 Pulis, Sarah 28, 85 Quigley, Juanita 28, 66, 81, 98 Quigley, James 23 Quigley, Mary Dorothy 44, 62 Quinn, Doris 81, 122 Rainer, Donald 40, 74 Ramsey, Eleanor 16 Ransom, ciydo 118, 120, 128,129, 131 Rebak, Andrew 40 Reed, Eugene 16 Reger, William 28, 118, 119 Rehg, Kenneth 41, 89, 94, 118,119, 124, 129 Reidmeyer, Robert 41, 68, 72 Reinhard, Martha 23, 87 Reither, Evelyn 16, 96, 99 Remington, Wes 23, 118 Page 140 40 , N, laden!! 7wlex- awifdmced Rhoades, Robert 41 Rhodes, Robert 28, 73, 75, 96, 98, 99 Ridgway, Kenneth 23, 78 Risbeck, Richard 16 Rissler, Kathryn 23 Ritter, John 23, 76 Roberts, Betty Marie 23, 66, 68, 87 Roberts, Richard 41, 74 Robinson, James 28 Robison, Delber 23 Rock, Fred 28, 89 Rockhold, Bob 28 Roemerman, Donald 28 Rogers, Ann Sue 28, 30, 70, 87, 94, 95, 1 Rogers, Patrick 24, 75 Rohweder, Claus 41 Romine, Robert 41, 96, 99 Ronan, Jane 87 Rowles, Bob 16, 118 Roy, Martha 41, 70, 73, 87, 99, 109 Royse, Donald 16 Ruby, Pat 16 Rulon, Robert 16 Runyon, John 28, 68, 89 Russell, Ralph 41 Ruth, Arlene 16, 66 Ryle, Walter H. 24, 67, 75, 76, 91 Rypp, Jeanette 16 Salladay, Anna Lou 41, 68, 69, 79, 85, 95 Saltzgaver, Jack 124 Sappington, Jean 16, 77, 81, 130 Savage, Pat 24, 83 Sawyer, Stewart 42 Schif, Al 16, 124 Schnucker, Bob 24, 71, 76, 91, 110 Schowalter, Janice 16, 73, 96, 99 Schrock, Marilie 16, 66, 73, 87, 98, 100, Schroder, Joan 24, 73, 87, 96,'99, 100 Schwarz, Marilyn 16, 98, 100 Schwarztrauber, Roger 118, 121, 129 Scott, Charles 16, 78 Scott, Don 24, 73, 98, 131 Scott, Dorothy 29, 85, 98, 104, 130 Scott, Eleanor 29, 70, 77, 81 Scott, Henry 42, 67, 91, 107 Seamster, Wilma 16, 66 Sears, Larry 29, 96 Sellmeyer, Barbara 16 Sevits, Don 16 Shahan, Jesse 42 Shale, Susan 29, 81 Shaver, Rachel 44 Shkolnick, Stanley 24 Shoaf, Orville 42 Shockley, Kenneth 42, 68, 110 Shoop, Lewis 42 Shotwell, Vernon 118, 121 Shults, Charles 16, 96, 99 Page l4l 12,130 130 Siehl, James 42, 89 Silver, Marvin 24, 91, 118, 122 simmons, Marilyn 16, 77, 81, 96, 104, 114 Simpson, Henry 101, 131 , Sims, Willard 124, 126, 127, 129 Sinele, Lois 16, 81 Slaughter, Johnny 16 Sloan, Frank 29 Smith, Betty 29, 98 Smith, Charles 42, 78, 101 Smith, Hal 42 Smith, Herbert 42 Smith, Murry 42 Smith, Virgil Leon 29 Snowbarger, Lois 16, 84, 130 Snowden, Nina 16, 81, 95, 122 Snowfleet, Pat 42, Snyder, Mary 16, 87 Spake, Evelyn 16, 87, 96, 99 Spriggs, Glenn 74, 75 Sprong, Gerald 17, 118 Starbuck, Buelah 24 Starbuck, Helen 82 Stateler, Bill 29, 73, 74, 75, 96 Steinmiller, James 42, 68, 91 Stelplugh, Richard 24 Sterrett, Wayne 24 Stewart, Darrell 17, 128 Stewart, Harold 29 Stidmon, Ramah 17, 66, 81 Stinson, Roy 42 Stone, Dail 17, 66 Stokes, Caroline 17 Stout, Keith 17, 96, 98, 99, 100 Strate, Freda 29, 66, 76, 81, 109 Stribling, Jean 29, 75 Strickler, David 18, 29, 89, 95, 122 Strohman, Marion 29, 73, 91, 96, 98, 99, 100 Stuart, Betty 29, 77 Stubbs, Charles 131 Sullivan, Ellen 29, 87 Sykes, Annie Pearl 29 Tanner, Doris 17 ' Tarr, Donald 118, 123 Taylor, Bob 42, 76 Thomas, Kathleen 43, 63, 66, 67, 70, 87, 104, 112 Thompson, Forest 43 Thompson, Max 30 Tiemann, Carl 17, 67, 73, 131 Tipton, Eva 76 Tipton, Williain 74, 75 Todd, Judith 30, 83, 94, 98, 99, 100, 104, 105 Tollenaar, Adelbert 24 Tompson, John 17, 118, 128 Toney, Mary 17 Townsley, Harry 43 Troutman, Shirley 43, 67, 68, 70, 83 Tuitt, Shirley 30, 73, 87,95 F' laden! 7vwlex-- amfdmced Tucker, Harmon 24, 73 Tucker, Mary 30, 77 Turner, Bill 124 Turner, Kathryn 24 Turner, Samuel 24 Turner, Willetta 17 Turney, Elizabeth 17 Valbracht, james 43 Vannoy, Russell 17, 66, 101, 110 Vaughn, Roberta 17, 87, 130 Vercler, Marvin 24, 78 Volle, Twila 17 Waddill, George 44 Wade, Floyd 17, 118 Wagner, Bob 17 Wakus, Nick 24 Waldman, Irving 24, 72, 78, 101, Walker, Dorothy 30, 79, 81, 130 Walker, Frances 17, 84 Walker, William 24, 78 Wall, Richard 24, 96, 98, 100 Waller, Doris 17, 78 Ward, james 74, 75 Wata.nabe, Emi 45, 75 Waterman, William James 43, 71 Watkins, Richard 24, 128 Watson, Jeanine 43, 63, 70, 77, 81 Watt, Ila Jane 24, 67, 78 Waybill, Lowell 17, 96 Wayman, Carol 17, 81 Wayman, Franklin 30 Wayman, Joyce 24 Weber, Magdalene 17 Weekley, Joan 24, 73, 75, 100 Wehmeyer, Sara 43 Welch, Alred 17, 96 Welch, Bruce 17, 94 Welch, Wilma 24, 82, 113 Wells, Bennie 74, 118 Wendt, Frances 17 Werr, Marilyn 18, 66 West, Elsie 43, 76 West, Pat 18, 66 West, Virginia 30, 87 Wharton, Robert 44 Wheeler, Joan 81 White, Bert 43, 76, 78, 95 White, Bobby 74 White, Darrell 43, 75 White, William 43 Whittenburg, Betty 18, 96 Whitworth, Rex 18 Wike, Monte 24, 78 Wilder, Carolyn 18 Williams, Kenneth 18 Williams, Larry 18 Williains, Marybelle 18, 81, 98 Williamson, Raymond 24, 67, 96, 101 Willis, Robert 24, 78 Wilson, Harold 73 Wilson, Mary jean 24, 81 Wiss, john 30, 68 Witt, Ernest 44, 96, 99 Wohlschlaeger, john 43, 69, 79, 91 Wolfsberger, Sylvia 18, 87 Wolford, Bernard 43, 75 Wong, Pui Cheung 30, 45, 75 Wood, Winifred 18, 84 Worrell, Fritzi 43, 83 Yagel, Shirley 18, 85 Yarbrough, jane 18, 74 Yeager, Frank 118, 128 Yeh, Ling Kang 18, 45, 75,78 Yocum, Marvin 30, 72, 98 Yoshizawa, Elsie 18, 45, 75 Young, Jerry 128 Young, Lucille 18 zeigief, Cynthia 98, 101 Zelade, Tommy 18, 118 Zuccarini, Robert 18 Page 142 Agnew, John 54, 76, 79 Allen, C. H. 52,94 Allen, Lula M. 52 Allen, Norvell C. 54, 74 Aukerman, Robert C. 50, 54 Ballard, Kurt 54, 110 Barnett, Otho L. 54, 75 Beggs, Berenice B. 54, 59, 67 Black, john D. 54 Blanchard, Lyle 54, 74 Bowers, Orville E. 52 Bowman, Dean 54 Bray, Willis J. 54 Brown, Esther 51, 79, 109 Browne, Sylva G. 52, 54 Browne, W. A. 54, 76 Buckingham, Lena P. 54, 77 Clevenger, Lewis 55 Cole, Duane R. 55, 75, 78 Collins, Sherod J. 55, 67, 73, 107 Conyers, Marie 52, 78 Crites, James E. 55 Crooks, Forest L. 52 Cunningham, Earl C. 55 Dailey, Irene 55 Easton, Hamilton P. 55, 76 Fawcett, Vera E. 55 Gardner, Kenneth 118, 12 3, 128 Goeke, John 52, 61, 107 Goetze, john C. 55, 62, 79, 90 Goold, Edgar H. 55, 72, 131 g Hagemann, Hans H. 55 Hook, Ethel 52, 56 House, Ralph W. 55 Jamison, G. 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