Truman State University - Echo Yearbook (Kirksville, MO)
- Class of 1955
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OVER 1,000 FACES-
From President Ryle to the newest freshman, from formal poses of
Homecoming or Echo Queens to fightin' action shots of the M.l.A.A.
Champion Bulldogs, from technicolor opening pages to cartoon-packed
division pages, and a host of officers, clubs, fraternities, sororities,
classes, plays, lettermen, Trump Night, Homecoming, four snap
pages-they'I'e all here!
Little Sir Echo, theme of the past three Echoes, has been put
to rest . . . This year lt's Who We Are, lt's What We Do . . . and
especially, ITS YGU!
0 ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY
O ORGANIZATIOINVS, ACTIVITIES
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Hubert Wheeler, State Commissioner of Education, who carries out the duties
ofthe State Board of Education, is supervisor of all of Missou1'i's public schools. To
keep in close contact with the policies and management ofthe college, he meets with
the Board of Regents of our college as an ex-oflicio member.
Among the duties of M1'. Vvfheeler is the execution of the general functions of
the State Board of Education: the improving of all phases of instruction concerned
with public education, health, and general Welfare of learners on various levels, and
the assisting in effectively organizing, managing, and financing the education pro- CHESTER C,q3,,Lv,m
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The highest administrative and govern-
ing body of the Teachers College is the
Board of Regents, composed of seven
Members of this year's Board of Regents
were: W. A. Cable, Hannibal, president,
P. M. Marr, Milan, vice-president, Ed-
ward E. Swain, Kirksville, secretary,
Herbert I. Sears, La Plata, W. A. Bagley,
Shelbinag and Newton Waples, Kahoka.
Hubert Wheeler, State Commissioner of
Top raw: W. A, CABLE, Hannibal, preridmrg W. A. BAGLEY, Shelbinag EDWARD E. SWATN, Kirks
Education, is a member ex-officio of the
.femzrl row: HERBERT I. SEARS, La Platag P. M. MARR, Milang vice-prcrideutj NEWTON WAPLES
Board ' Kahoka.
From row: EDWARD E. SWAIN, W. A. CABLE, P. M. MARK.
.SlH'07I6lI'01lJ.' Du. WALTER H. RYLE, HERBERT I. SEARS, W. A. BAGLEY, NEWTON XVAPLES
Maltz and Dad pare with Prexitimr R yfe on Parmt.r Day, imlmlirzgg Mr. Clifton C0l'lI1llE'.'!, taprexentizzg the parmtx of the
Jnpbomore cl:1.rJ,' Licfrt. F. H. Dezzniron, j1z11ior'ofu.r.r,'Ml'. W. A. Bfzzgfqy, fmrbwotz tfu.r.r, :mtl Mfr. F. C. Hvinzvr, .rwior chin
fobmtv Koo ptefentf bit portrait of Pnarirletzt Kyle IVz7L'i72g tlw "Old Hitkofg' Stick," Dr. R-We situ another um over Mfzrjwilfc
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Cbdgging gf flu' I-Iirtoriml .Yoriety Bmzgzzels Dr. Rfrlv, H .I .H , Arcbdzzke Ottoj Charlet Exrerline, Hiftorimf Xoriezj' President
DR, XVALTER H. RYLE
Prefidnzt Nortlvmrt Mirxufzri State Teachers College
Dr. Walter H. Ryle, who has been President of the Northeast Missouri
State Teachers College since 1937, has maintained the highest standards for
the college. President Ryle, a thorough scholar, makes every effort to see
that the students of the college have the best in faculty and equipment.
Many improvements, both in educational programs, faculty, and in
beautifying the physical aspects of the campus have been made during his
years at the Teachers College.
Under President Ry1e's administration the college has maintained an
outstanding teacher-education program and a campus that is one of the most
beautiful in the state.
The President is always available for consultation and finds time for
MRS.R1'LE . ' .
friendly visits all over the campus.
M:XUREEN WILLIfXMS AND SHIRLEY WARES
ssistant to the Gffice
of Pre iclent
Romain' L. MCKINNEY
A.r.ri.rtant to tlrr Offs: nf the Prerizivn!
The assistant to the President, Lt. Col. Robert Mcliiniiey, has the main
function of representing the president, both on and off the campus.
Having served the past three years as special assistant to the Inspector
General at the Pentagon in Washington, Col. McKinney is this year serving
as Inspector General of the 417th Engineer Aviation Brigade in the Far East.
This office maintains the Alumni Bureau, develops a sound public rela-
tions program, and prepares many of the official publications for the college.
Alumni .Y 8L'I'Ef1Il:l'
The business of the Office of the Registrar is to preserve the integrity
of the credit of the Teachers College and to keep the academic books
of the school.
lt is the duty of this oflice to admit students, to keep a complete
record of the credits of all students, and to prepare a list of those appli-
cants who meet all of the requirements for graduation.
WANDA Fzucms FRANCES LINGENFELTER
Dean of Instruction
Dr. P. 0. Selby vvas appointed Dean of
Instruction last August, 1954, by the Board
of Regents, succeeding Dr. Robert Aukerman.
Dr. Selby had previously served as Head ofthe
Division of Business Education and as Acting
Dean for two summer quarters.
DR. P. O. Ssuar
Demz of Imtrzzrtimz
The primary duty of-Dean Selby as Dean of
Dr. Selby at hir new dark nr Dum of Ifutrlzrtion
Instruction is conducting the educational pro-
gram ofthe Teachers College. In all his activi-
ties he works closely with the OHice of the
President and the Office of the Registrar.
Among his duties are formulating and acti-
vating a program of supervision of instruction,
acting as chairman of the Division of Instruc-
tional Service, acting as chairman of the Fac-
ulty Council, the Graduate Council, and the
The Dean has full charge of all arrange-
ments for the Baccalaureate and Commence-
ment 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 the weekly
ELI F. M1'rrLEn
Head of the Dizfixiwz of Extension .S'cr11ire
The Division of Extension Service deals with those
activities which extend the services of the college to all
communities of northeast Missouri.
This division is divided into several bureaus. Among
these bureaus are the Placement Bureau, which assists
students and alumni in securing positions for which they
are qualified, the Field Service, which seeks to inform high
school students as to the nature of modern educational
problems, and the Correspondence and Extension Learning
which aids those who are unable to attend the college.
One bureau directs the high school academic contests
held on the campus each year, and another has charge of
a rental library of films.
The Division of
HELEN BULICK AND CAROLE STOOKEY
RICHARD ST. CLAIR NOAH P. RICH1XRDSON FOREST L. Cnooxs
Field Cozmnlar Dirertor' of Bllrealz of Cormrpandmce mul Dirertor of Audio-Viflzal Ednmliorz and
C071 Lemuel Extemiorz Teething Program Servzce
The Division of
Bu in ss Service
MRS. CARTER MRS. BLACK
.S'f:nolg1wplvic Offife .S'wiIcbbom'rl Operator
Hood of the Diviriou of B1f.rim'J.r .S'c1'oirc
The Division of Business Service
is responsible for taking care of
the business and financial books of
the Teachers College. Through this
division all institutional purchases
and disbursements are made. lt
has charge of the store rooms and
warehouses of the college. A
stenographer and duplicating serv-
ice for the faculty are also main-
tained by this division.
PHYLLIS DUDGEON KATEILEEN Boi-ioN SHIRLEY K1NG
Boolekevper Bookkeeper .Ytezzogfaplver
DR. C. H. ALLEN
Head of the Diuisinn af Perromzel .Slfrvice
Dealing with personal problems of the student
body is the Division of Personnel Service, under the
direction of Dr. C. H. Allen.
Through this division assistance with health,
economic, social, educational, and vocational prob-
lems is given.
The Office of the Dean of Women is a part of the
Division of Personnel Service. She is responsible
The Division of
for setting up a social calendar of activities on the
The Dean of Women, Dr. Pauline Knobbs, is
also in charge of student housing. She assists the
in social or personal problems.
social sororities on the campus work with
this office through the Pan Hellenic Council, of
which Dr. Knobbs is sponsor.
DR. PAULINE KNOBBS LULA ALLEN DR. RALPH HOUSE
COIlll.l'f!0I' Director af Clinical Service
Dorm of Wo171r'17
ANDREW Snooxc DR. JOHN L. BIGGERSTAFF, JR. ALMA K. ZOLLER
Direftar of Speech Clinic College Phyfician College Nzzrrc
'-agaemaihi... t ,
Q JF' -yr'
enroll in the college.
through this ofice.
doing the photography for the school, which
is used for illustrating ofhcial publications of
this school and for a matter of record.
The Admissions Office, under the super-
vision of Kenneth C. Sykes, Director of Ad-
missions, was created to assist prospective
students before they arrive on the campus to
Both by mail and personal contacts, ques-
tions about many subjects are answered
Other duties of this oflice include the opera-
tion of the news bureau for the college, and
A Ufjfical day in flu' Perronnel Office-Bugf
KENNETH C. Sums
Dircrtar of Adminiorzr Ojice
The Division of
HOWARD G. MORRIS
Head af the Diviriazz of .Nlzzirzmzrnzce .Ycrvice
The job of keeping the buildings and grounds of the Teachers College in good
shape is carried out through the Division of Mainteiiance Service.
Painting, repairing and cleaning the buildings, and planting flowers and shrubs,
shoveling snow and keeping the lawns in good condition, have made a most beautiful
Under the direction of the Head of the Division, Howard Morris, there are
engineers, custodians, firemen, carpenters, painters, electricians, night watchmen,
and gardeners I Ba-rw Rosanenny
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Front row, lefr to right, LEO SAMUELS, W. E. PATTERSON, O. E. HAWKINS, TED LAIR, CHARLES SPBARs, EUGENE BARCLAY, LORA Kam.
Serofzd raw: DAN FUNK, HARLIE HANES, CARMIE Nnzcs, S. P. HOLMAN, CARL GUPFEY, ERNEST BAUER, B. L. Moons.
Libraries and Mu eum
The Pickler Memorial Library, named for a former faculty member,
has over 125,000 books, including public documents, pamphlets, bound
periodicals, and bound newspapers. The library also houses several special
collections, including the Glenn Frank Memorial Library, the Laughlin
contribution of research, a Missouriana collection, collections of children's
literature, and the john R. Kirk Library.
The Violette Museum is housed in the basement of the John R. Kirk
It houses a collection of antiques and souvenirs, such as a suit of me-
dieval armor, guns, a loom, and farm machinery used in early American l
Many people donate articles which they wish to have preserved. DirertorafLi5rarie.fa:zdM11Je1m1r
SYLVA Bxowm: Bsssuz BROWNING
Bottom Leff: James Neilson gives visiting parents and students a tour
ofthe Violette Museum in the basement of Kirk Memorial.
Bottom Right: Students study for finals in the main reading room of
I .44-WK, B .zki
Big nevvs in the dormitories this year
was the opening of Nason Hall to men
students, as well as a newly-painted Rose
Lounge and a spanking-new television set
.Skfruirzg bzmdrwlr af Jmderzz r-eridezztr are left to right: Richard McAnaw, Missou Hall student assist-
ant, Mrs. Eva Ewing, Housemother, Onie May Conlon, student assistant in Blanton, Mac How-
ard, student assistant in Nason and Dorm C.
Providing accommodations for over 265
students, Blanton and Nason Halls boast
maple furnishings, cafeteria, lounges, laun-
dry rooms, table-tennis rooms, and the
ever-ready Snack Bar filled with goodies.
Besides Nason, men students also
reside in Dorm C, the re-modeled Missou
Hall and the "Kennel" athletic dorm for
For married students, 40 large low-rent
apartments are available. These apart-
ment may be obtained either furnished
Blmztarz mul Nzumz Hallrf Pretty at n Pirtnrc
Dorm C0,,,,fi1 0-fm-1 pause in Rafe Lounge, left to right: Betty Overton, treasurer, Pat Redding, secretary,
Ianvs Ann Murphy, president, Onie May Conlong Darlene Rettinghaus, vice-president.
"Good to tha' lax! bin" my fkexe hungry .rtlzdentf in
If Sarlrn 10011111 0120 some to Nafon . . .
Mixfozz Hall Mevz Taka Time Out From .ftzzdiex mm' TV
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Thy' danced at V11fe11ri1ze'.r
Ami Ibeg' .rl1m'iof1, foo!
MARGARET WARHURST, Instructor in Home Economics, Head,
Division of Home Economics, A.A., Christian College, B.S. in
Ed., M.Ed., University of Missouri, Graduate student, North-
east Missouri State Teachers College.
GERALDINE Goscu, Instructor in Clothing 8: Textiles, A.B.,
Southwestern College, Winfield, Kans., Student, Colorado Uni-
versity, Wichita University, Kansas State, M.S., Kansas State,
LLQRA B. MAGEE, Professor Emeritus of Home Economics
C195-0, Student, Stout Institute, Ph.B., University of Chicago,
A,M., Ph.D., Teachers College, Columbia University, Graduate
Student, University of Minnesota.
Hmlrlw and Plyriml Education Faculty
NORMAN E, Wnrre, Professor of
Physical Education, Head, Di-
vision of Health and Physical
Education, A.B., Iowa State
Teachers College, M.Ed., Uni-
versity of Missouri, Ph,D., Indi-
KENNETIi L. G.ARDNBR, Instructor
in Physical Education, Track
Coach, B.S. in Ed., A.M., North-
east Missouri State Teachers
W, BOYD KING, Instructor in
Physical Education, Basketball
Coach, B.S. in Ed., Northeast
Missouri State Teachers College,
A.M., University of Missouri.
DELBERT E. MADDOX, Part-time
Instructor in Physical Education,
B.S. in Education, Northeast
Missouri State Teachers College,
A.M., University of Missouri,
Graduate Student, Teachers Col-
lege, Columbia University.
MfXRY ANN Mooic, Assistant Instructor in Physical Education, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College.
MARTHA SPATH, Instructor of Physical Education for Women, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, A.M., Uni-
versity of Missouri.
MAuR1cE XVADE, Football Coach, A.B., University of Tulsa, A.M., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College.
ALMA K. ZOLLER, Instructor in Health, College Nurse, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, R.N., Englewood
Hospital School of Nursing, Chicago.
.Yrimre and MKlfl76.'I2Hfif.f Frrrzzfzjv
WRAY M. Russian, Professor of Chemistry, Head, Division of
Science and Mathematics, Student, Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A.B., University of Missouri, M.S., Uni-
versity of Chicago, Ph.D., University of Southern California.
Max E. BELL, Associate Professor of Botany, BS., Parsons Col-
lege, MS., Ph.D., Iowa State College.
Jomsr D. BLACK, Professor of Zoology, A.B., University of Kan-
sas, A.M., University of Indiana, Ph.D., University of Michigan.
W1Lr.xsJ, BRAY, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, C1952D, B.Pd.,
State Normal School, Cape Girardeau, A.B., B.S. in Ed., A.M.,
Ph.D., University of Missouri.
Lewis C. CLEVENGER, Professor Emeritus C1950 of Botany,
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, A.M.,
George Peabody College, Graduate Student, University of
Chicago, Ph.D., Cornell University.
James E. Carries, Professor of Physics, BS., Washington State
College, A.M., Columbia University, Ph.D., Indiana University.
G. HAROLD Jamison, Professor of Mathematics, B.S., A.M.,
University of Chicago, Graduate Student, University of Chicago,
University of Missouri.
ALBERT P. KLINE, Professor of Chemistry, Student, Harvard
University, Boston University, Temple University, A.B., Mary-
land College, Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University.
VIV1AN W. KL1Na, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, A.B.,
Lincoln Memorial University, A.M., Western Maryland College,
Graduate Student, The Johns Hopkins University, Harvard
DEAN A. Rosnmsnv, Professor of General Science, B.S, in Ed.,
Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Kirksville, Ph.D.,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Graduate Student,
Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn.
CHARLES E. KAUZLARICH, Professor of Business Education, B.S.
in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers Collegeg A.M., Ph.D.,
State University of Iowa.
EUGENE CROARKIN, Instructor in Business Education, B.S. in
Ed., A.M., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Student,
Wright junior College, Northwestern University.
HAROLD M1cKELsoN, Instructor in Business Educationg B.S. in
Ed., A.M., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Graduate
Student, Indiana University.
RALPH Moran, Associate Professor of Business Education, A.B.,
A.M., Ohio State University, Graduate Student, University of
California, Indiana University.
PAUL O. SBLBY, Professor of Business Education and Dean of In-
struction, B.S. in Ed., State Normal School, Student, North-
western Universityg A.M., University of Missouri, Ph.D., Uni-
versity of Iowa.
Bzzrirzerr Edzzratian Farulry
Orno L. BARNETT, Assistant Professor of Drafting, Head, Division of Practical Arts, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teach-
ers Collegeg M.Ed., University of Missouri.
IqORVELL C. ALLEN, Assistant Professor of Agricultureg B.S. in Agriculture, A.M., University of Missouri, Graduate Student,
University of Missouri, University of M1nnesota.
DUANE R. COLE, Instructor in Metals, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, M.S., Iowa State College.
XVILLIAM T. MINOR, Assistant Professor of Woodworking, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, M.S., Iowa
State College, Graduate Student, Iowa State College, Bradley University.
Practical Art.: Faculty
LUCY Smiwiows, Professor of Amer-
ican History, 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 Califor-
nia, Ph.D., University of Colo-
WALTER A. BRQWNE, Professor of
Geography, A.B., Southwest
State College, Springfield, A.M.,
Ph.D., George Peabody College
EARL C. CUNNINGHAM, Professor
of Religious Education and Phi-
losophy COn Leavey, A.B., West
Virginia University, B.D., Col-
gate-Rochester Divinity School,
M.S., University of Missouri,
Ed.D., University of Missouri.
HANIILTON P. EASTON, Associate
Professor of Modern European
History, A.B., A.M., University
of Michigan, Ph.D., University
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JAMES F. Hoon, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Early European History,
A.B., M.H., Ph.D., University of
PAULINE D. KNo13ns, Associate
Professor of Social Science Educa-
tion and Dean of Women, B.S. in
Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A,M,, Ph.D.,
George Peabody College, Grad-
uate Student, University of Chi-
cago, University of Wisconsin,
University of Minnesota, Rosen-
wald Fellow, George Peabody
GILBERT C. Konumnano, Asso-
ciate Professor of English History,
A.B., Shurrleff College, Alton,
A.M., Washington University,
Ph.D., University of Illinois.
EUGENE A. MAWHINNEY, Asso-
ciate Professor of Government,
B.S. in Ed. A.M. University of
No-YoNo P,-iruc, Research Lecturer on World Peace and Far Eastern Affairs, A.B., University of Minnesota, A.M., Ph D Harvard
University, Lecturer at New School of Social Research, New York, Western Reserve University, University of Minnesota
BJNG KUN Sumo, Assistant Professor of Economics, A.B., National Peiping University, M.S., Oregon State College Ph D Uni
versity of Wisconsin.
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Maine, Graduate Student, Uni- RUTH Towmz, Assistant Professor of American History, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, A,M University
versity oflllinois. of Missouri, Ph.D., University of Missouri, American University, Washington, D.C.
Lan ua e
Ldllglldgf mm' LffCI'a'llI1'E Faculty
ROBERT M. RODNEY, Professor of
Literature, Head, Division of
, Language and Literature, B.S.,
5 Trinity College, A.M., University
of Michigan, Ph.D., University
of Wisconsin .
BERENICE B. BEGGS, Assistant
Professor of English Education,
B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri
State Teachers College, A.M.,
George Peabody College for
Teachers, Graduate Student, Uni-
versity of Missouri, University of
Southern California, Northwest-
SHEROD J. Co1.L1Ns, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Speech, B.S. in Ed.,
Northeast Missouri State Teachers
College, A.M., University of
Missouri, Graduate Student, State
University of Iowa.
VERA E. FAWCETT, Associate Pro-
fessor of English, B.S. in Ed.,
Kansas State Teachers College,
Emporia, A.M., University of
Kansas, Ph.D., George Peabody
College, Graduate Student, Uni-
versity of Iowa.
I-IANS H. HAGEhIiXNN, Associate
Professor of German, A.B., Clark
University, A.M., Ph.D., Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, Graduate
Student, University of Berlin.
JACK HENSLEY, Instructor in Dra-
matics, B.A., Southeast Missouri
State College, Ca e Girardeau,
M.S., University 0? Wisconsin.
Fiona KEIXRNEY, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Literature, A.B., College
of William and Mary, A.M.,
Radcliffe College, Ph.D., Uni-
versity of Maryland, Student,
Vxota A. MiXGEE, Instructor in
Latin, 13.5. in Ed., Northeast
Missouri State Teachers College,
Graduate Student, University of
Colorado, Vanderbilt University,
A.M., George Peabody College.
MICHEL Rom: Rfxrviou, Associate Professor of Spanish, B.A., Saint John Baptist College, Barcelona, Spain, A.M., Washington
University, St. Louis, Graduate Student, Northwestern University.
ANDREW Suooic, Associate Professor of Speech Correction, B.A., College of the Pacific, A.M., College of the Pacific, Stockton.
AGNES SLEMONS, Assistant Professor of English and Journalism, Graduate, Mary Baldwin Seminary, Staunton, Virginia, B.S. in
Ed., A.M., University of Missouri, Graduate Student, University of Missouri, Northwestern University.
NAN E. WADE, Professor of Modern Languages, A.B., B.S. in Ed., A.M., Ph.D., University of Missouri, Graduate Student, Uni-
versity of Indiana, National University of Mexico, Private Study in Europe.
ELIZABETH WVORRELL, Instructor of Speech, A.A., Hardin College, B.S., University of Missouri, M.S., Northwestern University,
Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin, Northwestern University.
KARL E. WEEE, Professor of The-
ory and Instrumental Music,
Head, Division of Fine Arts, Stu-
dent, Milliken Conservatory, B.S.
in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A.M., Uni-
versity of Missouri, Graduate Stu-
dent, University of Iowa, Uni-
versity of Michigan, George
JOHN L. BIGGERSTAFF, Professor
Emeritus of Music QIQSD, B,M.,
American Conservatory, Chicago,
Certificate in Composition, Insti-
tute of Musical Art of thejuilliard
School of Music, New York City.
KURT BALLARD, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Applied Arts, Student,
National Academy of Design,
New York City, B.S. in Ed.,
Southeast Missouri State Teachers
College, Student, Southwestern
Baptist Seminary, A.M., George
Peabody College for Teachers.
DEAN B. BOWMAN, Instructor of
Fine Arts COn LeaveD, B.F.A.,
University of Nebraska, M.F,A.,
State University of Iowa, Grad-
uate Student, State University of
Iowa, Special Study, Art Students
League of New York City.
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Professor in Band Music CTem-
poraryD, B.S. in Ed., A.M.,
Northeast Missouri State Teach-
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IRENE DAILEY, Instructor in Piano
and Theory, B.S. in Ed., North-
east Missouri State Teachers Col-
lege, Student, American Conserva-
tory of Chicago, M. Music,
Northwestern University School
Jomsr C. GOETZE, Instructor in
Instrumental Music, B.S. in Ed.,
Northeast Missouri State Teach-
ers Colle eg A.M., State Uni-
versity o Iowa, Graduate Stu- .
dent, University of Iowa.
LEON C. KAREL, Associate Professor of Theory, B. Mus., A.M., Ph.D., State University of Iowa.
Fnanaruc A. KTRCIKISERGEIX, Associate Professor of Piano, Graduate State Conservatory, Wuerzburg, Germany, Student, Klind-
worth Conservatory, Berlin, Germany, Diploma, juillard School of Music, New York, A.M., Teachers College, Columbia Uni-
versity, Student under Mayr-Mahr, Berlin, H. Zilcher, Wuerzburg.
NITA RUTH PATTERSON, Instructor of Applied Arts CTemporaryD, B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, A.M., Teachers
College, Columbia University, Student, University of Chicago, University of Wisconsin, Claremont College, Syracuse University,
U.S.C., Washington University, University of Hawaii.
PAUL Srnun, Assistant Professor of Band Music COn LeaveD, B.S. in Ed., A.M., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Grad-
uate Student, Indiana University, University of Kansas.
RALPH E. XIALENTINE, Associate Professor of Music Education, 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 Se-itz, William lluanasheck, Paul Althouse.
PHRAIJIE XVELLS, Assistant Professor of Vocal Music, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Student of Voice
under Oscar Saeger, William A. Brady, Estelle Liebling, William A. Bachner, Member of Metropolitan Opera Company, 1922-34.
Fine Arts Fnmlgw
IVAN E. MILLER, Professor of Education, Head of Division of
Education, B. Mus., Colorado State College, A.M., Ed.D.,
University of Denver.
C. H. ALLEN, Professor of Psychology, Head of the Division of
Personnel Service, Graduate, Mississippi State Normal College,
Hattiesburg, B.S., A.M., Ph.D., George Peabody College for
Teachers, Graduate Student, University of Chicago.
Fouasr L. Cnooxs, Director of Audio-Visual Education, Instruc-
tor in Education, B.S. in Education, Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A.M., University of Missouri, Graduate
Student, University of Missouri.
RALPH House, Professor of Remedial Reading, Director of Clin-
ical Service, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers
College, A.M., University of Missouri, Ed.D., Pennsylvania
GLENN F. LESLIE, Professor of Elementary Education, B,S. in
Ed., Central Missouri State College, Warrensburgg A.M., Ed.D.,
University of Missouri.
CHARLES W, MARTIN, Professor of Education, B.S. in Ed., State
Teachers College, Cape Girardeau, A.M., Ph.D., University of
ELI F. Ml1TLER, Head of Division of Extension Service, Assistant
Professor of Education, B.S. in Education, Central Missouri State
College, A.M. University of Missouri, Graduate Student, Univer-
sity of Missouri.
CLARENCE MURPHY, Associate Professor of Guidance, B.S. in
Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, A.M., Uni-
versity of Missouri.
PETE NICOLETTI, Head of Division of Business Service, Instructor
in Education, B.S. in Ed., Southwest Missouri State College,
M.A, in Ed, University of Missouri.
SALLII3. PATTINSON, Assistant Professor in Rural Education,
B.S., A.M., University of Missouri, Graduate Student, Uni-
versity of Missouri, Teachers College, Columbia University,
University of Chicago.
Faux ROTHSCHILD, Professor of Secondary Education, Director of
Student Teaching, A.B,, University of Missouri, A.M., Teachers
College, Columbia University, Graduate Student, University of
Southern California, Teachers College, Columbia University.
WILLIE WI-IITSON, Associate Professor of Primary Education,
Director Student Teaching, B.S. in Ed., Northeast Missouri State
Teachers College, A.M., George Peabody College, Graduate
Student, University of Wisconsin, University of Chicago.
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WILLIAM CUNDIFF, Comzcilmmz
EDWARD Cox, Prefident
WILLIAM MITCPIELL, Vice-Prexidezzr
SAMUEL SELLERS, .S'ec1'etmy-Trefzmrer
MARX' ANN Moox, Cozmcilwammz
JAE DOCK CHUNG Seoul, Keorzl
EDVVARD Cox Troy
ROBERT CROW Centerville, Ia.
HASSAN HAKKAK Baghdad, Iraq
NATHANIEL LAPITAN Philippines
HAROLD LIE Seoul, Korea.
JAMES NEILSON O'Fallon
JAMES NEWMAN Kirksville
CHAN HYUN PAK Pusan, Keorea
BONIFACIO SIBAYAN Philippines
Eucnmo ToMoYosE Okinawa
ERLINDA VoN HEILAND
CHARLES ACUFF BIlJ'i126J'.l' Educfztion
Sigma Tau Gamma, '53-'55,
NORMAN ATKINSON Imlwtrial Amr
O. D. AUSTIN Physical Edzzmtimz
K-Club, '53-'55, Football Letterman, '51-'54, Track.
ALEJANDRO AVILEZ Mzzfic
Aeolian Club, '54-'55,
RON BAILEY Engliflv, Speech
Mt, Pleasant, la.
Blue Key, '53-'55, Kappa Delta Pi, '54-'55, Pi Kapa Delta,
'53-'55, College Players, President, '54-'55, Alplia Kappa
Lambda, President, '54-'55g Councilmember-atelarge, '54-'55,
Regents Debate Award, '54, Interfraternity Council, President,
'54-'55, Alpha Phi Sigma, '53-'55, Who's Who, '54-'55, Debate,
'53-'55, Student Mentor, '5-4.
VIRGINIA BAKER Bzarineff Education
Colhecon Club, '52-'55.
FRANCES BALDRIDGE Elevzentmjy Edumtiwz
Cardinal Key, '53-'55, Kappa Delta Pi, '53-'55,
JACK BECK Pbyfiml Edzzmtiozz
"K" Club, '53-'55, Alpha Kappa Lambda, '53-'55Q King of
Hearts, '54g Vice-President Senior Class, '54-'55, Basketball
Letterman, '52-'55, All-Conference M.I.A.A, Basketball, NAIA
Second Team, '55, Track.
ALDEN BING HAM Hixtmy
Historical Society, '54-'555 Romance Language Club, '54-'555
International Club, '54-'55.
Senior Clan Ojicerf, left to right:
JACK BECK, Vice-Prexident
LINDA HEIMER, Cazuzcilwoman
RUSSELL HARRISON, Prefidefzt
BETTY GOAD, Secretary-Tr'mJzz1'er
MAC HOWARD, Cazmcilman
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'ggi WILLIAM BOWLES Pbyfical Education
"K" Club, '53-'55, All-Conference Football Letterman, '52-'54,
Co-Captain, '54, Phi Sigma Epsilon, '53-'55.
SHIRLEY BRANTNER Social 35257255
Delta Sigma Epsilon, '53-'54, Historical Society, '53-55, Secre-
RICHARD BROOKHART Bnfiner: Education
HELENE BRUN Englirb
International Club, '54-'55, Romance Language Club, '54-'55,
JANE ANNE BUCKS Bziyirzcrs Education
Cardinal Key President, '54-'55, Who's Who, '54-'55, Alpha
4,1 Phi Sigma, '53-'55, Pi Omega Pi, '54-'S5.
HAROLD BURCHFIELD Mathematic:
Sigma Tau Gamma, '52-'55, Student Mentor, '53.
DEAN CARSON Mzzfic
Band President, '54-'55, Aeolian Club, '53-'55g Sigma Tau
Gamma, '53-'55g Echo King Candidate, '54, Chorus.
BILL CARTER Pbyfical Education
"K" Club, '53-'55g Football Letterman, '51-'55, Phi Sigma
Epsilon, Vice-President, '54-'55, All-Star M. I. A. A. Foot-
ball, '53g Echo King, '55.
Lois CASON Elementary Education
PERLEY CASSADY Agricnltnre
4 W JOHN CHADWICK Indztxtrial Artx, Bnrineff Aa'nziniJtration
, N, Bloomfield, Ia.
- '- Phi sigma Epsilon, '53-'55,
"'T-ff' VICTOR CHILDERS Bnrinem Education
, in , Rutledge
v'i' Blue Key, '54-'55, Kappa Delta Pi, '53-'54, Pi Omega Pi, '53-'54g
A .iffji Alpha Phi Sigma, '50-'53.
JACK COAR Social Science
RICHARD COKERHAM Indzutrial Arn
Sigma Tau Gamma, '53-'54, Industrial Arts Club, '53-'55,
ONIE MAY CONLON Elementary' Education
JEAN DANNEMAN Bzirinen Education
Pi Kappa Sigma, '52-'55, President, '53-'54, Vice-President,
'54-'55, Pi Omega Pi, Secretary-Treasurer, '54, Historian,
'54-'55, Pan-Hellenic Council, President, '53-'54.
Doius DINW1DD1E Mzisic
Aeolian Club, '53-'55, Band, Orchestra,
WALLACE DOTY Zoology
Pre-Osteopathic Club, '53-'54.
LAVERNE DUDECK Vocational Home Economics
Who's Who, '54-'55, Sigma Sigma Sigma, '52-'55, President,
'53-'54, Pan Hellenic Council Secretary, '53-'54, Cardinal Key
'53-'55, Student Council, '53-'54g Blanton House Council,
President, '53-'54, International Club, '54-'55, Colhecon Club,
'51-'55, State Vice President, '54-'55, Nemo Singers, '52-'53.
SHIRLEY DYE Zoology
Delta Sigma Epsilon, '53-'55, Vice-President, '54-'55, Student
Council, '54-'55, Student Social Committee, '54-'55, Pre-
Osteopathic Club, '54-'55.
DEAN EASTERDAY Irzilurtriizl Arty
Who's Who, '54-'55, Alpha Kappa Lambda, '53-'55, Chaplain,
'53-'54, Historian, '54-'55, International Club, '54-'554 Industrial
Arts Club, '53-'55, Treasurer, '54-55,5 Alpha Phi Sigma, '53-'54,
Alpha Phi Omega, '54-'55, Student Mentor, '54, Blue Key, '55.
JEANETTE EITEL Home Economicr
Colhecon Club, '53-'55, Treasurer, '54-'55, Barnwarming
Queen, '54, Band, '51-'52.
LINDEN EITEL Indziotriizl Arn
Agriculture Club, '51-'55, Treasurer, '54-'55Q Alpha Kappa
Lambda, '53-'55, Industrial Arts Club, '53-'55,
PAT ELLETT Pbyfiml Eolziciztion
Alpha Sigma Alpha, '52-'55, W. A. A., Queen of Hearts, '55.
CHARLES ESTERLINE Political .fciemre
Blue Key, '53-'55, President, '54-'55, Sigma Tau Gamma, '52-
'55, Echo Business Manager, '54-'55g Student Council, '52-'53,
Historical Society, '53-'55, President, '54-'554 Pi Kappa Delta,
'52-'55g Alpha Phi Omega, '53-'55, Vice-President, '54-'55,
Who's Who, '54-'55, Romance Language Club, '54-'55, Alpha
Phi Sigma, '53-'55.
JEROME FLYNN Bzuineof Education
Sigma Tau Gamma, '51-'52, '54-'55g Treasurer, '51-'52, His-
torical Society, King of Hearts, '55.
MARILYN GALLUP Elementmjf Edzication
Kappa Delta Pi, President, '54-'555 Alpha Phi Sigma, '54-'55,
A. C. E., International Club.
BETTY GASTON Home Economicf
Colhecon Club, '53-'55, Vice-President, '54-'55.
ELEANOR GILREATH Elemeizmijf Eilzimtiozz
CHOSUKE GIMA Elementary Education
International Club, '51-'55, A. C. E., '53-'55, Vice-President,
BETTY GOAD Mzffjg
Delta Sigma Epsilon, '53-'55, Chaplain, '53-'54, Student Coun-
cil, '53-'54, Blanton House Council Secretary, '53, President,
'54, Orchestra, Aeolian Club, '51-'55, Band, '51-'55, Secretary-
Treasurer, '53-'54, Student Social Committee, '52-'53, Who's
Who, '54-'55, Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer, '54-'55,
JAMES GOEKE Speech Correction
Sigma Tau Gamma, '53-'55, Recording Secretary, '54-'55,
College Players, President, '52.
LARRY GORDON Buriuen Aduziniftmtiou, Iudu.rtriul Art!
Phi Sigma Epsilon, '51-'52, '54-'55, Treasurer, '51-'52, Vice-
President, '52-'53, Industrial Arts Club, '54-'55.
BARRY GREEN Pr'e-Medical
Blue Key, '54-'55, Student Council President, '54-'55, Who's
NVh0, '54-'55i Alpha Phi Sigma, '54-'55, Alpha Phi Omega,
'54-'55, Aeolian Club.
JERRY GREENE Mathematica
Blue Key, '54-'55, Alpha Kappa Lambda, '53-'55, Secretary,
'54-'55, Alpha Phi Omega, '54-'55, International Club, '53,
College Players, '53-'55, Historical Society, '54-'55.
JERRY GREGORY Science
Sigma Tau Gamma, '49, '53-'54, Alpha Phi Sigma.
EARL HAI-IN Biology
St. Marys, West Virginia
SUSANNA HARDY Elementufjf Education
College Players, '54-'55,
RUSSELL HARRISON Political Science
Senior Class President, '54-'SSQ Who's Who, '54-'55, Sigma
Tau Gamma, '52-'55, Historical Society, '53-'555 Junior Class
CHARLOTTE HARVEX' ElE77Z6IZfdl'j' Education
DONALD HEALEY Pbyficul Education
East St. Louis, Ill.
"K" Club, '52-'55, Student Council Treasurer, '54-'55, Football
Letterman, '51-'55, Track, '52-'55.
PATRICK HEALEY Muric Education
Aeolian Club, '51-55, President, '54-'55, Sigma Tau Gamma,
'52-'55, Band, '51-'55, Nemo Singers, '52-'55, Opera, Chorus,
LINDA HEIMER Speech, Euglifb
Who's Who, '54-'55, Alpha Sigma Alpha, '52-'55, President,
'54-'55, Emily Bird Small Award, '54, Pan-Hellenic Council
President, '54-'555 Cardinal Key, '53-'55, Kappa Delta Pi Sec-
retary, '54-'55, Aeolian Club, '52, College Players, '54-'555
Alpha Phi Sigma, '51-'52, Index Editor, Winter, '55, Nemosg
Student Social Committee, '53.
MILTON HENDRIX Zoology
ANNEGERT HESSENBRUCH Fine Arn
International Club, '54-'55.
Phi Sigma Epsilon, '49.
MAGDALENE HOFFMAN Home Ecmzamirr
Colhecon Club, '53-'54.
FRANK HOOG Pre-Oxteoparbir
Pre-Osteopathic Club, '53-'55, Sigma Tau Gamma, '54-'55,
Cardinal Key, '53-'55, Kappa Delta Pi, '54-'55: Pi Omega Pi,
'53-'55, President, '54-'55, Delta Sigma Epsilon, '53-'55, Treas-
Wl1o's Who, '54-'55, International Club, '54-'55, Exchange
Scholarship to Spain, '53-'54, Aeolian Club, Blue Key, '54-'55,
Sigma Tau Gamma, '52-'53, '54-'55, Freshman President, '51-
'S2, Student Council, '54-'55g Student Social Committee, '52-53.
Student Council Vice-President, '54-'55, Industrial Arts Club,
'53-'55, "K" Club, '53-'55, Phi Sigma Epsilon, '53-'555 Foot-
H awe Ecalzomicf
'54, Alpha Phi Sigma, '51-'53, Colhecon Club,
Ser1io1'.S'11rk Hop: "Cheek Your Sham, Plame."
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Alpha Sigma Aisha, '53-'55, Secretary, '54-'55Q A. C. E., '53-
55, Alpha Phi igma, '52-'55.
Agriculture Club, President, '52-'535 Alpha Kappa Lambda,
'53-'55, Industrial Arts Club, '53-'55.
ALLENE GORDON KELLER
M uric Education
Cardinal Key, '54-'55, International Club, '54-'555 Delta Sigma
Epsilon, '52-'55, Secretary, '53-'54g Aeolian Club, '51-'52,
CARL KELLER Indurtrial Arty
Industrial Arts Club Treasurer, '53-'54, President, '54-'55.
ESIN KENT Cbernixtfjf
International Club, '54-'55g W. A. A., '54-'55.
EVA KEPHART Englifla
College Players, '54-'55, Historical Society, '54-'55, Index,
Business Manager, '54-55.
A. C. E., 54355.
International Club, '54-'55.
CHUNG SOON KIM
International Club, '54-'55.
Pi Omega Pi, Vice-President, '54-'
A. C. E., '53-'55, Treasurer, '54.
E lenzentaijf Education
E ieincntafgf Education
E lenzentaijf Education
Kappa Delta Pi, '54-'55, College Players, '53-'55, Secretary-
Treasurer, '54- '55.
A. C. E., '53-'54, International Club, '53-'55, Secretary, '54-'55.
LOUIS LABONTA Social .Science
MARY LOU LAPP Bnrinerr Education
Delta Sigma Epsilon, '49, '53-'555 Pi Omega Pi, '53-'55, Alpha
ALLENE LAU .El677ZK71lYllj' Edncation
Student Council, '52-'53, W. A. A., '53-'559 Hi5f0fi3n, ,53-'545
International Club, '53-'55.
ESTELLA LAU Elementary Education
BARBARA LEE Home Economic:
Cardinal Key, '54-'55, Pi Kappa Delta, '53-'55, Delta Sigma
Epsilon, '53-'55, President, '54-'Sig Pan-Hellenic Council
Secretary, '54-'55, W. A. A., '53-'54, Colhecon Club, '53-'55,
VERREL LEMEN Hirfofy
Phi Sigma Epsilon, '49-'51, '54-'55,
DONALD LINHART Pre-Dental
Phi Sigma Epsilon Secretary, '51-'52, '54-'55, Pre-Osteopathic
N EVIN LOERKE Elefnentagf Education
Cardinal Key, '54-'55, College Players, Sigma Sigma Sigma, '53-
'55, Corresponding Secretary, '54-'55, International Club, '54-
'55, A. C. E., Treasurer, '53-'54, President, '54-'555 Freshman
MELVIN LONCARIC Pawical Education
Phi Sigma Epsilon, '52-'555 "K" Club, '53-'55g Football Letter-
man, '51-'54, Football Co-Captain, '54, M. I. A. A. All-COnfer-
ence Teams, '53, '54, NAIA All-American Team, '54.
DONNA LONG Bnrineff Education
Alpha Phi Sigma, '54-'55g W. A. A. All-Star Basketball, '55,
DONALD MCAFEE Bafine,r.r Education
Phi Sigma Epsilon, '53-'55, Industrial Arts Club, '53-'55.
IKICHARD MCANAW Political Science
Phi Sigma Epsilon, '55, Historical Society, '54-'55.
KAROLD MCDONALD Bnfinerr Education
Alpha Kappa Lambda, '53-'55, Chaplain, '54-'55g Pi Omega
Pi, '54-'55, College Players, '54-'55, Student Social Committee,
Lols MCREYNOLDS Pbyxical Education
W. A. A., '51-52, Treasurer, '53.
RAY MACH Pnwical Education, Bnrinerr Adnzinirtracion
Phi Sigma Epsilon, '54-'55Q Club, '53-'55, Vice-President,
'54-'55, M. I. A. A. All-Conference Football, '52, '53, '54,
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SUE MAGRUDER Elenzentaiy Education
Cardinal Key, '53-'55, Treasurer, '54, Vice-President, '54-'55,
A. C. E., '54-'55.
JOHN MAULSBY Elenzentafg' Education
CHARLES MERRITT Physical Education
"K" Club, '54-'55g Phi Sigma Epsilon, '54-'55, Football Let-
terman, '53, '54, Basketball Letterman, '53-'54,
ROBERT MOORE Pbyrical Education
Alpha Kappa Lambda, '53-'55, Agriculture Club Secretary,
'54-'55, Alpha Phi Omega, '54.
FRANCES MORAN Home Econonzicr
DONNA MULFORD Burinefi Education
Pi Omega Pi, '53-'55.
JANYS ANN MURPHY English, S paniih
Cardinal Key, '54-'55, Sigma Sigma Sigma, '53-'55, Blanton
Hall Council President, '54-'55, Romance Language Club
Vice-President, '54-'55, College Players President, '52-'53,
Vice-President, '54-'55, International Club, '53-'55, Treasurer,
'54-'55, W. A. A., '52-'53, Student Social Committee, Alpha
Phi Sigma, '53.
FLOYD NORTHINGTON Biology
Pre-Osteopathic Club, '54-'55.
Lois SINELE OGLE Eleinentaijy Education
Alpha Sigma Alpha, '53-'55, W. A. A., '53-'55, Treasurer,
'53-'54, A. C. E.
BEVERLY ORXVILER Bu.rine.r.r Education
Pi Omega Pi, '54-'55, Delta Sigma Epsilon Treasurer, '53-'54,
Corresponding Secretary, '54-'55, Echo Queen Candidate, '55.
SHINJUN OSHIRO Political Science
Historical Society, '54-'55g Romance Language Club, '54-'55g
International Club, '52-'55, Vice President, '53-'55.
MONA OVERTON Elementary! Education
Kappa Delta Pi, '54-'55, A. C. E., '53-'55, Vice-President,
'54-'55, Alpha Phi Sigma Treasurer, '54-'55,
NOEL PAGITT S ocial S ciencc
Historical Society, '52-'53, Alpha Kappa Lambda, '54-'55.
KAY PARKER Burineff Education
Who's Who, '54-'55, Delta Sigma Epsilon, '52-'54, Vice-Presi-
dent, '53-'54, President, '54, Historical Society, '52-'53gJuniOr
Class Secretary-Treasurer, '53-'54.
NEIL Pm-ERIE Elenientaigf Education
Kappa Delta Pi, '54-'555 A. C. E., '54-'55.
PHILIP PENDERGAST Zoology
GLENDLE PICKERING Pbyrical Edzzcnziozz
East St. Louis, Ill.
"K" Club, '52-'55, Football Letterman, '51-'54, Track, '52-'55.
BEN PITNEY Physical Education
HOWARD PLATZ Agriculture, Recreation
Blue Key, '54-'55, Alpha Phi Omega, '52-'55, Corresponding
Secretary, '54-'55, College Players, '53-'55, International Club,
'53, Alpha Kappa Lambda, '53-'55, Treasurer, '54-'55, Agri-
culture Club President, '53.
PATRICIA PRIMM Eleinerztizzy Education
Alpha Phi Sigma, '51-'S2.
MARY RILEY Elefnenmfy Education
International Club, '54-'55g W. A. A. Vice-President, '52g
JOHN RITTER H irtozy
Historical Society, '50-'52, '54-'55, Vice-President, '52, Stu-
dent Council, '50-'5l.
PAUL ROQUET Business Adminirtmtion
JAMES SALLADE Elenzentmy Education, Ailnzininration
CHARLES SCOTT Pre-Ortcapfztbic
Pre-Osteopathic Club, '53-'55, Vice-President, '54-'55.
ROBERT SNOW Physical Education
La Salle, Illinois
Alpha Kappa Lambda, '53-'55, Industrial Arts Club.
CAROLINE STOKES Art
Cardinal Key, '53-'55, Secretary, '54-'55, Kappa Delta Pi,
'54-'55, Who's lVho, '54-'55, Alpha Phi Sigma, '52, Kappa
Delta Pi Scholarship, '53.
KEITH STOUT Mzzfic
Blue Key Treasurer, '54-'55, Sigma Tau Gamma, '52-'55,
Nemo Singers, '51-'55, Orchestra, Chorus, Band, Student Social
Committee, '52-'53, Alpha Phi Sigma, '53-'545 Opera, '52-'54.
MAX TERRY Genera! Science
Blue Key, '54-'55, Kappa Delta Pi, '54-'555 Historical Society,
'53-'54, Phi Sigma Epsilon, '54-'55.
ELISABETH VAN DER ZWAN Chenzimy
International Club, '54-'55.
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RUSSELL WIANNOY Pbilarapby, Englirb
WhO's Who, '54-'55, Echo Staff, '51-'55, Editor-in-Chief, '54-
'55, Index Editor, '52-'53, Alpha Phi Sigma, Blue Key, '53-'55,
Vice-President, '54-'555 Sigma Tau Gamma, '52-'55, Historian,
'52-'53, Corresponding Secretary, '53-'54, President, '54-'55,
Interfraternity Council, Secretary-Treasurer, '54-'55,
LORETTA WARD Elementezry Edzemfiazz
GENE WEBER Mzeric
Aeolian Club Vice-President, '53-'54, Opera, '53, '54, Nemo
Singers, Chorus, Band.
MARILIE SCHROCK WEBER Englirb, Speech
Cardinal Key, '53-'55, Vice-President, '54-'55, Kappa Delta
Pi, '53-'55, Secretary, '53-'54, Sigma Sigma Sigma, '52-'55,
College Players, '52, W. A. A., '51-'53, Vice President, '53,
Blanton House Council Treasurer, '52-'53, Vice-President,
'53-'54, Junior Councilwoman, '53-'54, Nemo Singers.
DENVAYNE WELLBORN Art
Sigma Tau Gamma, '53-'55, Alpha Phi Omega, '53-'55, Re-
cording Secretary, '54-'55, Echo, '52-'53, Assistant Editor,
AL WELCH Bzerirzerx Edzeceztimz
Sigma Tau Gamma, '54-'55, Band Vice-President, '53-55,
Student Council, '54-'55, Student Social Committee, '54-'55.
TERRY WHITE E!K7776'lZffr7ljl Edzeteztion
Cardinal Key Treasurer, '54-'55, Sigma Sigma Sigma, '53-'55,
Recording Secretary, '54-'55, A. C. E., Secretary, '53-'55, Alpha
KENNETH WILLIAMS Irzdmtrial Arts
Blue Key, '54-'55, Industrial Arts Club, '53, Sigma Tau Gamma,
RAYMOND WILLIAMSON Hiitmy
Aeolian Club, '53-'54, Historical Society, Pi Kappa Delta,
'52-'53, Phi Sigma Epsilon, '53-'55, Pl'BSiClCf1I, '54-'555 Wl10'S
Who, '54-55, Interfraternity Council Vice-President, '54-'55,
Student Mentor, '54-55.
GLAZA BETH WILLIS EZEWCIZFEU Education
A. C, E., Alpha Phi Sigma, '50-'51,
MARY JEAN WILSON Elementary' Edzzceztimz
A. C. E., '54-'55, Alpha Sigma Alpha, '51-'52, '54-'55,
THELMA YAEGER Elemezztezijf Edzeceztiaiz
Alpha Phi Sigma, '54-'55, W. A. A., '54-'55.
LING KANG YEH Social .Ycience
International Club, '51-'55, Vice-President, '53, WhO's Who
ABER, BURTON, University City
ADKINS, XIELVADEAN, Savannah
ANASTASOFF, GEORGE, St. Louis
ANESI, LOUIS, Kirksville
AYER, DWAYNE, Lancaster
BAGLEY, KATHERYN, Pleasantown, Ia.
BAILEY, ENID ALLIE, Kirksville
BARKLEY, ELEANOR, Numa, Ia.
BARKER, JOHN, Kirksville
BEALL, BARBARA, St. Charles
BEALMER, JOHN, St. Louis
BILLS, MARX' LOU, Kirksville
BILLUPS, MIARY ANNA, Cantril, Ia.
BILYEU, WILLIAM, Dearborn, Mich.
BOLIN, JERRY, Moberly
BONDERER, LAWRENCE, Utica
BRANSCOM, MARJORIE, Livonia
BRAND, LANETA, Kahoka
BROWN, RONALD, Syracuse, N. Y.
BROXVNE, RICHARD, St. LOuis
BRYANT, ARTHUR, High Hill
BURR, WILLIAM, Callao
CALDWELL, JOHN, New London
Oklahoma City, Okla.
CHAVERRI, BERTHA, Costa Rica
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C. SHELTON, Prexident
SHIRLEY WARES, 5'ec1'etfz191-T1'ef1.vure1'
SHIRLEY DYE, Cozmcilzuowmz
RICHARD FRANKLIN, Vice-Prefidem'
RICHARD BROVVNE, Camzcilmmz
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CIIUNG, SALLY, lnClIOn, Korea
CHURCHWELL, THOMAS, Shelbyville
COCHRAN, DONNA, Milan
COLEMAN, CAROL JEAN, Renick
CRAGG, BERYL DEAN, Kirksville
DANIELS, BOBBY, Novinger
DARK, RICHARD, St. Louis
DAVIS, PATRICIA, New Town
DENNISON, RANDLE, Macon
EVANS, JEROME, Meaclville
FERREE, ROBERT, Des Moines, Ia.
FRANKLIN, RICHARD, Milan
GARDHOUSE, MARILYN, Palmyra
GOOCH, JOE W., JR, Knoxville, Tenn.
GOODDING, CAROLYN SUE, Huntsville
GOULD, DEAN, Corydon, Ia.
GREEN, TED, Baring
GREENO, JUDITH ANN, Atlanta
GUNSELMAN, CHARLOTTE, Savannah
HAMMER, DARREL, Burlington, Ia.
HARDING, JAMES, St. Louis
HART, JOHNNY, Queen City
HAYS, CHARLES H., Kirksville
HEDGES, NANCY, St. Charles
HERRERA, AGUSTIN, Panama
HOPKINS, WILLIAM, St. Louis
HOUSTON, SHIRLEY, Kirksville
HUNTSMAN, CAROLYN, Cairo
INGRAHAM, BETTY LOU, Kirksville
JOHANBOEKE, MICHAEL, Kirkwood
JOHNSON, DON, Atlanta, JOHNSON, MERILYN, Blakesburg, la., KEARNS, G'EORGIE,J2l.1T1CSPOI'fI, IQELLER, JAMES, Kirksville
KESSLER, KEITH, Shelbyville, KIMBERLY, DORIS, Lakewood, Ohio, KINCHELOE, JOHN, Marceline.
KING, LARRY, Bucklin, Koo, XIUNG JUN, Seoul, Korea, KORSEN, ANNA MARIE, Meadville, KRUEGER,JEANETTE, Monticello
KUNIOKA, LILLIAN, Hawaii, KUNIX'UKI, HAZEL, Hawaii, LAVVRENCE, JOHN, Greenville, Miss.
LEBER, SHIRLEY, Sr. Louis, LEONARD, MARY, Bloomfield, la.,LEYDA, STEVE, Bloomfield, la., LINDSEY, DORIS JEAN, Denver
Colo., LUBBERING, LYNN, Hannibal, MCCABE, MARY ELLEN, Kirksville, MCCLASKEY, BILLY, Milan.
MCCLILI.ANS, GORDON, Greenville, Pa., MCCULLOUGH, SUE, Kansas City, MCDONALD, DOLORES,JCfl4CfSOl1, la., MCNABB,
JAMES M., Queen City, M,ARTIN, WAYNE, Kirksville, MASON, JOYCELYNN, Edina, MAH'ERS, WILLIANT, Macon.
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MEACHAM, MARGARET, Coryclon, la., MOORE, MAURITA, La Plata, MUNDELL, JERALD, Brookfield, NISHINIURA, MYRTLE,
Hawaii, OZER, SIRAL, Turkey, PAYNE, MAURICE, Galt, PEOPLES, MARIAN, Leonard.
PERKINS, DICK, Milan, PETERSON, LEILA, L11 Plata, PHILLIPS, RONALD, Kirksville, PIERCEY, HECTORINE, Unionville, POTTER
JOHN ARTHUR, Ottumvva, POWELL, JESSE LEWIS, Unionville, PRESCOTT, ALLEN, Pueblo, Colo.
PURVIS, ESTALENE, Memphis, RAY, MARION, Grant City, REDDING, PATRICIA, La Belle, RETTINGHAUS, DARLENE, Clifton
Hill, RICE, JACK, Kirksville, Ross, RITA, Spickard, SAILOR, HELEN, Montgomery City.
SALLEE, ELIZABETH ANNE, Meadville, SANDERS, SHIRLEY, Brunswick, SCHVVARTZTRAUBER, ROGER, East St. Louis, Ill.,
SELLARO, RITA, Brooklyn, N. Y., SEWARD, WILDA, IKirksville, SHAHAN, MARIDONNA, Kirksyille, SHAW, WILLIAM, Brimson.
SHELTON, JOHN C., Unionville
SHELTON, PATRICIA, Kirksville
SI-IKOLNICK, STANLEY, Centerville
SHOULTS, CHARLES, Atlantzi
SHURLOW, WILMA, Leonard
SILVER, NIARVIN, Hannibal
SIMLER, KEITH, Yarrow
SIMPSON, ELIZABETH, Benton City
SULLIVAN, MARY, Moberly
XVANSICKLE, DONALD, Macon
WARES, SHIRLEY, La Plata
WHIRRETT, MARTHA, Pulaski, Ia.
WILLIAMS, CAROL KELLE1'
WILHITE, RICHARD, Milan
WOOD, GERALD, Shelbyville
WOODS, CHARLES, Center
WOOLBRIGHT, LETHA, Kirksville
WOOLLEN, LLOYD, Meaclville
WRIGHT, HARLEY, Callao
YAMAMOTO, ELAINE, Hawaii
YAWATA, BETTY, Hawaii
ZBORNAK, GARY, Belleville, lll.
ZONG MI-OG Pusan Korea
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.fapbwnore Ojicerf, left to right:
WADE HOUTCHENS, Caznzrilrmzn
BETTY WILGUS, Caznzcilwommz
GLEN EASTERDAY, Prefidem'
MARY ANN CALDWELL, .Slfcram
JAMES RASH, Vice-Prwident
ABOLOFF, WINIERED, Philadelphia, Pa.
ACUFF, JOHN FREDERICK, Kirksville
ADANIS, DEAN, Lentner
ADAMS, JOHN, Hannibal
AEN, CHONG TAIK, Seoul, Korea
ALLEN, CLARENCE, McCredie
ANGELO, MARILYN, Macon
ARMBRUSTER, DAVID, Pontiac, Ill.
AUSMUS, BILL, Edina
AZINGER, AL, Kahoka
BACHMANN, MARJORIE, Knox City
BAILEY, LETA, Vandalia
BARNES, CAROL, St. Louis
BARON, VIRGINIA, Hawaii
BAXTER, SHIRLEY, Jamesport
BELTZER, JUDY, Kirksville
BERTRAM, RICHARD, Memphis
BIERE, SHIRLEY, Salisbury
BINDER, BILLY, Macon
BLACKBURN, MAX, Brookfield
BOONE, BEVERLY, Marceline
BRITTAIN, JOYCE, Atchison, Kansas
BROADEIELD, KERMIT, Ottumwa, Ia.
BROOKS, CHARLENE, Center
BRUNDAGE, PEGGY, St. Louis
BUTTERFIELD, BYRON, Wheeling
CALDWELL, MARY ANN, New London
CAMPBELL, RUTH, Pollock
CASSADY, HILDA MARIE, Queen City
CHAPINIAN, CAROL, Kirksville
Coma, KENNETH, Vandalia
COLTON, FRANK, Kirksville
CONYERS, DAVE, Kirksville
COOLEY, ALFRED, Valley Park
CORNWELL, MARILYN, Kirksville
CRAGG, CAROLYN, Kirksville
CRUMPACKER, REBECCA, Pollock
DALE, MARILYN, St. Louis
DANCLOVIC, DAVID, Kansas City
DANIELS, ROBERT, Glenwood
DAVENPORT, DELPHIA, Callao
DAVIS, KENNETH, Mexico
DENNIS, WARREN, Huntsville
DEVOLLD, SUE, Kirksville
DINGLE, JERRY, Shelbyville
DIXON, JANET, Winfield
DONOVAN, THOMAS, St. Louis
DOTY, GERALD, Benton
DOYVNING, HYAROLD, Bloomfield, la.
DURNAL, ROBERTA, Memphis
EASTERDAY, GLEN, Milan
EDWARDS, PAT, Hull, Ill.
ELIADES, MELETIOS,Tl1CSS11lODlKl, Greece
ERNST, PAT, St. Louis
EVANS, CAROL, Cairo
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FAVIER, DALE, St. Louis, FIGGE, CHARLENE, Queen City, FOSTER, ALICE, Bloomfield, Ia., FOUST, XIIRGINIA, Richmond
Heights, FRANKLIN, CHARLES, Milan, FREGOE, XYIOLA, Bucklin, GALLOVVAY, LINDA, Perrv.
GORDY, DORIS, Granger, GL.4SER, MARILH'N, St. Louis, GONNERMAN, DOTTIE, Hurclland, GREEN, RITA, Hannibal, GRIM,
JOHN, Kirksville, HACKAMACK, KATHLEEN, Kirksville, HACKMAN, RICHARD, Rock Port.
HALL, BOBBY, Mexico, HAMADA, LOUIS, Beirut-Lebanon, HAAIMONS, DONALD EUGENE, Ethel, HARP, JACK DEE, Vzmclalia,
HARP, JERRY LEE, Villldlllil, HEALD, MH'RA, Shelhina, HESSELSCPIWERDT, RONALD, St. Joseph.
HOEMANN, JAMES, Vfashingtong HOFFh1AN, RAYMOND, Elmer, HOUTCHENS, WADE, Kirksville, HUGHES, OWEN, Kahokn,
HULL, EDVVARD, St. Joseph, JACOBS, CHARLOTTE, Humphreys, JACOBS, JANICE LEE, Green City.
JENNINGS, KERIVIIT, Milan
JEROME, LORRAINE, Meadville
JOHNSON, FRANKLIN, Bloomfield, In
JOHNSON, JACK, Kirksville
KEARNS DOROTHY Brookfield
KELLY, PATRICIA, St. Louis
KERBY, CLAETTA, Moulton, Ia.
KIM, YOUNGAI, Seoul, Korea
KLOCKE, WILLTIA, Newark
KNEELAND, SUSAN, Bethel
KOTTMAN, JUDY, St. Charles
KROEGER, WILLIAM, Kirksville
LAPD, JACK, Waukesha, Wisc.
LARSON, JOAN, Ethel
LAWHON, JOHN, St. Joseph
LAY, VERA, Kirksville
LEE, MARY BETH, Purdin
LINDEERO, HLIALMER AUGUST, Kirksvillc.
MCCARTNEY, MARIAN, Worthington
MCCLASKEY, lV.lLARY, Milan
MCROBERT, SHIRLEY, Kirksville
MAGERS, E., La Plata
MIXGRUDER, JACK, Kirksville
MAHIIRIN, RONALD, Novinger
MALONEY, WILLIAM, Macon
St. Simons Island, GA
,MEElIAN, MICHAEL, St. Louis
MEYER, MARVIN, Berger
MILLER, BETTY, La Plata
MINEAR, BRUCE, La Belle
MOORE, JEROME, Kirksville
MOOTS, KAY, La Plata
MORRIS, NANCY, Memphis
MOSLEY, CHARLES, Laclecle
MULLENIX, RONNA, Kirksville
MURCH, REBECCA, Glendale
MURFIN, SHIRLEY, Kirlcsville
MYERS, EDWIN, Kirksville
M5'ERS, PHYLLIS VALENE, Queen City
NAGGI, DONNA, St. Louis
NEELEY, RUSSELL, Laclede
NICHOLS, JUNE, Annada
NOBLE, DONALD, Kirksville
NOVINGER, PHIL, Novinger
NUHN, JOHN, Port Huron, Mich.
OAKES, FRANCES, Bluffs, Ill.
OVERTON, BETTY, Princeton
PAAI1, CAROLE, Kirlcsville
PAEK, JOSEPH, Seoul, Korea
PARSONS, DON, Ottumvva, Ia.
PATTON, DEANE, La Plata
POOLE, JEANNE, Hannibal
PYUN, CHI HANG, Seoul, Korea
RASH, JIMMY DELL, Shelbina
REDMAN, CAROL, Lancaster
REDMAN, VIRGINIA, Monroe City
REED, RONALD, Kirlcsville '
REED, WILLIAM, Kirksville
REYNOLDS, JAMES, Avalon
RICHARDSON, Ross, St. Joseph
ROBISON, HAROLD, Green Castle
ROBISON, NORMA, Novinger
ROEBUCK, CALVIN, Macon
ROJAS, JOSE LUIS, Mexico City, Mexico
ROSE, LAVADA, Kirksville
ROSEBERRY, DONALD, Unionville
RUNGE, GLENDA, Cowgill
RUSE, DAVID, Kirksville
RUSSELL, KENNETH, St. Louis
SALLEE, PHYLLIS, Meadville
SANZ-AGERO, JOSE-LUIS, Madrid, Spain
SEABOLDT, ELDON, Meadville
SEAINIAN, ELOISE, New Boston
SEFRIT, BETTY, Kirksville
SEIDT, MARVIN, La Plata
SEWARD, CHARLES, Kirksville
SHALLEY, TOMMY FREDRICK, Mem
SHADID, SHIRLEY, Cedar Rapids, L1
SINELE, LOIS, Kirksville
SLAUGHTER, WILFORD, Elmer
SMITH, MARY LOUISE, Kirksville
SMITHSON, BEVERLY, Macon
STEELE, ANDREW, Kirksville
STEPHANS, ROBERT, Spickard
STIDMON, LEOLA, Novinger
STOUT, BETTY, New London
STREE, ARTHUR, St. Louis
STROM, JUDY, St. Louis
SYKES, JACQUELYN, Kirksville
THOMAS, JOHN, Lancaster, Pa.
THORNTON, JIM, Kirlcsville
TRACY, DOLORES, Laredo
TROESTER, TERRY, Kirksville
TURNER, MARY ANN, Fulton
TURNER, TOM, Moberly
WAIT, FRANCES, Kirksville
WALLACE, ROY, Novinger
WEBSTER, CAROL, Trenton
WEGEPIOFT, CAROL, Palmyra
WERR, MARILYN, Shelbyville
WHITE, ANITA, Bonaparte, Ia.
WILGUS, BETTY LOU, Atlanta
WILLIAMS, PHILLIP, Vandalia
WILLIAINISON, DONALD, Ottumwzt
WILSEY, BENNIE, Rutledge
WILSON, EARL, St. Louis
WILSON, JUNE, Novinger
WILSON, NORMA, Moberly
WOODCOCK, FRANK, Caseyville, Ill
FI'6'J'Z77lZ6lZ Ojicerr, left to right
JOHN THOMAS, Vice-Prefidem'
ENGIN URALMAN, S'ecretmy-'I'ren.r11rer
JIM CGLE, .PI'6.fidE7ZI
TERRY KELLY, Cozmcilmmz
JENNIE SUE ALLEN, Cazmcilzuomarz
AGEE, ANNA BELL, Kirksville, ALCOCER, CARLGS, Mexico City, Mexico, ALCOCER, RICARDO, Mexico City, Mexico, ALGER
NILENE, Kirksville, ALLEN, BETTY JEAN, Unionville, ALLEN, KJENNIE SUE, Kirlcsville, ALLEN, JOHN, Bethel.
AUSMUS, SHIRLEY, Atlanta, AZINGER, ROBERT, Kahol-111, BACHNIAN, RICHARD, Ottumwa, la., BADGER, FREDA, Milan
BAGLEY, RONALD, Shelbina, BAKER, GERIALD, St. Catharine, BAKER, JOHN, Kirksville.
BALDVVIN, CARL, Kirksville, BALDWIN, LOUISE, Unionville, BARKER, NOEL, Memphis, BARNETT, JANE, Kirlcsville, BARNETT
JOAN, Greentop, BARTON, WILLIAM, Jefferson City, BASKETT, DONALD, Chillicothe.
BEDDOW, DOROTHY, Clarence, BENN, MASON, Frankford, BERGMANN, LILY, Ethel, BOCHY, RICHARD, Detroit, Mich,
BOOHER, GARY, Lineville, Ia., BOOKER, RAY, Brentwood, BOVVDEN, MARILYN, Hannibal.
BOWEN, JACK, La Plata
BRADSHAW, JERRY, Louisiana
BREEN, JAMES, Brashear
BREEN, JOHN, Brushear
BRIGHT, ROBERT, Shelbyville
BROADWATER, NORMA, Sr. Louis
BRONSON, JOHN, Lewistown
BROOKS, HOWARD, Ladcloniu
BUCHANAN, GUY, Hannibal
BUCHANAN, MARTHA, Greentop
BUCKMAN, DONALD, Linneus
BUEORD, ELLA MAE, Knox City
BURNHAM, MARY, Coryclon, la.
BURTON, BEVERLY, Kirksville
BUTLER, ROBEIITIX, Unionville
CALDVVELL, KATHLEEN, Leonard
CALVERT, THOMAS, Revere
CARDWELL, SHIRLEY, Edina
CARR, PEGGY ANN, Centralia
CARSON, NANCY, Edina
CARTER, NOLA ANN, Lucerne
CLEETON, SHARON, Kirksville
COLLINS, PAUL, Hannibal
CONOVER, OKLE, Lewistown
COOL, JAMES, Lineville, Ia.
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COORTS, DALE, Linneus, COURTNEY, KENNETH, Ferguson, COX, MARILYN, La Grange, CRAGG, JOAN, Memphis, CRIM,
EVELYN, Brashear, CROOKS, ROGER, Worthington, CROSS, CHARLES, Festus.
DENNISON, LARRY, Macon, DEWITT, NORMA, Novelty, DESCAMP, VICTOR, Kirksville, DETXVILER, RONALD, Kirksville,
DICKMANN, MARGARET, Brashear, DITMARS, MARY, Kirksville, DONLON, DON, St. Louis.
DRUMMOND, VERNON, Green Castle, EASTIN, RICHARD, Kirksville, EASTIN, WALLACE, Kirksville, ELLICOTT, ROBERT, Mem-
phis, EVANS, CATHERINE, Kirksville, EWING, FAYE, Kirksville, FOWLER, CARROL, Greentop,
FIALA,JOHN, Beatrice, Nebr., FISCHBACH, SHIRLEE, Hickman Mills, FITZGERALD, CHARLES, Overland, FORD, CAROLYN, Ethel,
FORKE, JOLENE, Kirksville, Fox, JANET, Mendon, FREMON, WILLIAM, Glenwood.
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GARDNER, LARRY, Kirksville
GORDY, MARJORIE, Bloomfield, In
GARTON, GARY, Corydon, la.
GARTON, LARS, Coryclon, Ia.
GILREATH, DALLAS, Kirksville
GIOVANNINI, CHARLES, Kirksville
GLASPIE, RICHARD, La Plata
GLICK, ANNE, Chillicothe
GOEKE, LEO, Kirksville
GRAHAM, EDITH, Kirksville
GRAVES, LEVVIS, Lancaster
GRIEP, LYLE, Afton, Ia.
GRIM, GEORGE, Kirksville
GRISAMER, DONALD, Novinger
GROB, THELMA, Queen City
GUTTING, JANET, Kahoka.
HAGAN, DONALD, Pleasanton, Ia.
HAHN, DONALD, Brookielcl
HALL, JOYCE, Pevely
HALLEY, NORNIA, Elsberry
HANES, CAROLYN, University City
HANES, LAVENA, Kirksville
HARRELSON, MELVIN, Keytesville
HARRIS, RALPH, Monroe City
HARRISON, BILLY, La Plata
HARRISON, DONALD, Marceline
HASSALL, JUDY, Webster Groves
HAYES, DARLA, Bucklin
HAYS, EILEEN, Bucklin
HEAD, BETTY, Pollock
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HEALD, DAVID LEE, N. Kansas City
HELLMANN, JOHN, Washington
HELTON, CARL DEAN, Robertson
HENRY, CHARLES, Hamilton
HENRY, ROBERT, Pattonville
HILES, BILLY JOE, Elmer
HINSHAW, RITA, Richland, la.
HOGENSON, ROBERT, Kitksville
HONG, KICHUL, Seoul, Korea
HOOG, GEORGE, St. Louis
HOVER, MARIAN, Novinger
HOWES, GENE, Kirksville
HULL, DOYLE, Kirksville
HUSTEAD, NORMA, Marceline
FORT MADISON, IA.
JARBOE, MARIJO, Shelbina
JARVIS, HOMER, Lancaster
JENKINS, CAROL JEAN, Edina
JOHNS, SHARON, Milan
JOHNSON, DOROTHY, Purdin
JOHNSON, JOSEPH, Louisiana
JOHNSON, MARH', Cairo
JONES, IDA MAE, Allerton, Ia.
KAKAZU, MARGARET, Hawaii
KANIEI, MILLICENT, Hawaii
KANESHIRO, BERTHA, Hawaii
KELLER, JEAN, Bay Village, Ohio
KELLEY, AZELENE, Milan
KELLY, TERRY, Kirksville
KENICHI ASATO, Okinawa
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KERLS, BARBARA, St. Louis, KOOREMAN, TOM, Louisiana, KRAUS, SAMUEL, Gorin, LAFAVER, PATSY, Green City, LAMBERT
KAYE, Ulysses, Kansas, LAMM, DONALD, Mt. Pleasant, Ia., LEHR, ROBERT, La Plata.
LEONARD, EVELYN, Brookfield, LINK, MARX' ELIZABETPI, Kirksville, LOUMASTER, JANICE, Atlanta, LUMAN, DOROTHY, Kirks
ville, LYONS, NELDA GRACE, Edina, MCCRACKEN, JAMESJ., Pontiac, Illinois, MCDONALD, DUANE, Brookfield.
MCHARGUE, CARLENE, Harris, MCKENZIE, SHIRLEY, Centralia, MCMASTBRS, CAROLYN ELIZABETH, Edina, MCMILLAN
ROBERT, St. Louis, MAACK, HARVEY, Collinsville, MACHIN, MARY SUE, Mexico, MADDEX, LEWIS, La Plata.
MADORIN, FRED, Kirksville, NIANN, JACK, Leonard, MARCH, JOAN, Fulton, MARTIN, RONALD LEE, Kirksville, MASON
DAVID, Centralia, MASON, IIACQUELINE, La Plata., lX4ASTERS, SHIRLEY ANN, Hayti.
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MAUPIN, ELVIN, St. Louis
MEAD, PATRICIA, Cambria, Ia.
MICHAEL, SPICER, Lu Belle
MILLS, JOHN, St. Charles
MINOR, ROLAND, La Plata
MITTEN, ANNA GRACE, Kirksville
MOHR, FREDA, Arbela
MOLES BARBARA St. Louis
MOORE, JUDY ANN, Browning
MOORE, MARILYN, La Belle
MOORE, MELVIN, Silex
MOORE, MERLIN, La Plata
MORLAN, RUTH, Vandalia
MUNDEN, JEAN RUSSELL, Livonia
MUSTOE, DAVID, Memphis
NAGAMINE, NOREEN, Hawaii
NEVINS, JAMES RUSSELL, Browning
NEWMAN, WAYNE, Higbee
NICOLETTI, ROSALIA, Kirlcsville
NOVINGER, MARY JANE, Kirksville
OGLE, JAMES, Louisiana
GRWILER, GERALDINE, Kirksville
OVERSTREET, ALBERT, Ethel
PARSONS, RICHARD, Ottumwa
PASH, LADD, La Plata
PEARSON, MELBA JEAN, Unionville
PERRY, THOMAS PARKER, Kirksville
PETERSON, LYNNE ANNE, La Plata
PETERSON, FERN, St. Louis
PHILLIPS, DONNA ELAINE, Lewistown
PHILLIPS, JAMES, Marceline
PIPPERT, DICK, Brentwood
POHL, HAROLD, Washington
PRANGE, NORBIAN, Shelbyville
PRICE, PAUL, Princeton
PRIEST, NELL SUE, Arbela
RAY, ROBERT PAUL, Pattonville
REED, JANI, La Belle
RHODES, KENNETH, New London
RILEY, SHARON, Green Castle
ROAN, MARGARET, Atlanta
ROGERS, RODNEY, Quincy, Ill.
ROGERS, CHARLENE, Marceline
ROQUET, DAVID, Fremont, Ia.
ROSEBERRY, BETTY JUNE, Kirksville
Ross, BETTY, Harris
ROYSE, EDWARD KEITH, La Plata
SHUPBACH, ANN, Kirksville
SEE, WlLh4A, Rutledge
SEXTON, DORIS, Mexico
SHAW, SHIRLEY, Kirksville
SHOCKEY, WALDA ANN, Kirksville
SHUGART, KENNETH, La Belle
SHULL, KAY, Lowpoint, Ill.
SIMLER, ELLIS, Novinger
SIMPSON, JACK, Novelty
SINGLETON, RITA, Linneus
SKINNER, BONNIE, Kirksville
SKINNER, COLIN, England
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SLONEKER, MARILYN, Laclede
SNIITH, DALE, Manhattan, Kansas
SOsA, EVA, Mendon
STAGGS, JAMES DONALD, Shelbyville
STEEL, MIRIIXM, Richland, Ia.
STEELE, JOSEPH, Manhattan, Kansas
STEWART, PATRICIA, Kirksville
STIGALL, ROBERT, Kansas City
STONE, MARILYN, Chariton, Ia.
STOUT, GORDON, Kansas City
SWARTZ, NORMA JEAN, lvlaclison
TAGUE, ALICE, Gorin
TALBERT, CAROLYN SUE, Monroe Ci
TANNER, ROBERT, Centralia
TAPLEY, PATRICIA, New London
TAYLOR, BARBARA ANN, Milan
THOMAS, RONNIE LEE, Hannibal
THRASHER, WILLIAM, Robertson
THURSTON, CHARLES, Florissant
TOYYNSEND, PAUL, Memphis
TRACY, JOANN, Laredo
TRUBER, NORNIAN, Hannibal
TRUITT, DONNA JEAN, Kirksville
TURNER, BOB, Macon
TURNER, CAROLYN, Palmyra
TURNEY, DONALD, Shelbina
TUTTLE, VAUNCILLE, Yarrow
URIALMAN, ENGIN, Long Island, N.
XTARWIG, HARRY, Robertson
X7INEYARD, GEORGE, Revere
WADDILL, GENE, Yarrow
WAGGONER, DONNA LEE, Hurdlancl
WALKER, ROBERT, La Plata
WALKER, RUBY, Green City
WARNER, JERRY, Savannah
WATKINS, MARY, Atlanta
WATSON, JEANETTE, Kirlcsville
WELLBORN, ELAINE, Kirksville
WELLBORN, LESLIE, Kirksville
WENSEL, GAIL, Unionville
WEST, DELNO, Kirksville
WESTERN, MARY ANN, Kirksville
WHALEN, RICHARD FRANCIS, Hannibal
WHEELER, MARILYN, Kirksville
WHITNEY, LARRY, Kirksville
WICRIZER, PATTY, Jamesporc
WILLIAMS, ALAN, Vandalizl
WILLIAMS, GWEN, Mexico
WILLIAMS, JAMES, Centralia
WILLIAMS, JOHN, Stockport, Ia.
WILLIAMS, RALPH, Hamilton
WILSON, DONALD, Sac City, Ia.
WILSON, JERRY, La Plata
WILSON, FAYE, L21 Belle
WINKLEMAN, ELDON, Kirksville
WISEMAN, MARY LOUISE, Mavvvood
WOLFE, JOANNE, Purdin
WOOD, MINNIE SUE, Shelbina
WOOD, WILLIAM, La Plata
WRIGH'f, WILLIAM ALAN, Leonard
v17ARDLEY, SHIRLEY, Mezldville
YOUNG, WILLIAM ROGER, Warsaw, Ill.
ZALEUKE, DONALD, St. Charles
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Raw one: W. T. Minor, sponsor, Owen Hughes, Dewayne Wellborn, recording secretary, Charles Esterline, vice-presidentgjames Keller, president, Bill Mayers, treas-
urer, Howard Platz, corresponding secretary, Dean Easterday, john A. Thomas, and Larry Whitney.
Row 1wo.' John Baker, David Armbruster, Fred Acuff, Maurice Payne, Mike Johanboeke, Ron Phillips, Jaime Portugal, John Jones, and Don Wilson.
Raw fbree: Delno West, Bruce Minear, Wayne Martin, Thomas Donovan, Al Azinger, Edwin Myers, Barry M. Green, Ronald Martin, Billy McClaskey, and jerry
Alpha Phi Omega
Helping in the Bloodmobile donation drive, decorating the
stands and Presidents box for the Homecoming game, co-man-
aging the cloak room at school functions, helping with regis-
tration on Senior Day and at college conventions, running a con-
cession stand at the Christmas Dance, holding an Ugly Man
contest in conjunction with the spring Ugly Man Dance, were
but a few of the activities sponsored by APO this year.
Helping in the local scout movement, acting as guides on
Parents' Day campus tours, and working with the KCOS chap-
ter on the blood donation drive at thejaycee Merchandise Show,
rounded out the year's work-and we mean ufork.'
Eighteen men were pledged during the fall and winter pledge
season. Members must have a Boy Scout background for this
Gzfidizzg Alpha Phi Omega were there ojicerr, feft to riglvf, Bill Mayers, treasurer, APO Pladgcr i11cfzlrle,fro11t, left to right, Ronald Martin, Al Azinger, Dean Easter-
, . L .d -H Y d P1 , day, Larry Whitney, John Thomas, Stazlrlivzg, left to right, Don Wilson, Bruce
Dewayne Vkellborn, recording secretarygjames Keller, presi ent, ou ar ata, Minear, John Baker, Demo West, Edwin Myers, Billy Mcclaskeyy and Owen
corresponding secretary, Charles Esterline, vice-president. HL1gl1f:S.
Seffrecl, Keith Stout, treasurer, Russell
Vannoy, vice-president, Eli F. Mittler,
sponsorg Charles Esterline, president,
Maurice Payne, secretary, .S'tmzding, How-
ard Platz, Barry Green, Ronald Bailey, Mac
Howard, James Neilson.
On banded knee, James Neilson, Jerry Greene, and President Esterline paint whitewash-
markers for the Homecoming Parade.
Looking fat and .m.rr1' nfrrr om' of Ilnon' fu12mn.r Blue Kqr .rreak dimmzr
f01'716'lU 1zzn17brr:m'z' It-frm right, Mac Howard, Keith Stout, Victor
Childers, james Neilson, Kenneth Williams, Ron Bailey, Howard
Platz, Jerry Greene, Russell Vannoy, Charles Esterline, and
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Besides being the highest men's honor fraternity, Blue
Key is a iervice fraternity, as well. Those purple and red-
backed student directories were issued by Blue Key mem-
bers, who also conducted tours on Parents Day and Senior
Day, took charge of the entire Homecoming Parade, ushered
at baccalaureate and commencement, and sponsored an
Honor Awards assembly in May.
Attending the Blue Key National Conclave over Christ-
mas vacation was Charles Esterline. President Esterline
served on a committee to re-draft the national Blue Key
With membership limited to twenty, only men who rank
highest in scholarship, service, character, and leadership
are pledged. All members wear the Well-known blue-and-
gold "Blue Key."
Key men in Blue Key this year Were: Charles Esterline,
president, Russell Vannoy, vice-president, Keith Stout,
treasurer, Maurice Payne, secretary, and Eli Mittler, sponsor.
Seated, left ta riight.'. Sue Magruder, Linda Heimer, Eleanor Barkley, jane Anne Bucks, president, Terry Anne White, treasurer, LaVerne
Dudeckg Jf117l!1l77g, Nancy Horn, Barbara Lee, Agnes Slemons, co-sponsor, Carolyn Caldwell, Nevin Loerke, .Ianys Ann Murphy, Jeanette
Krueger, Nan Wade, co-sponsor, Shirley Wares. Nat pictured, Frances Baldridge, Charlotte Herrick, Velvadean Adkins, Caroline Stokes,
Marilie Weber, Allene Keller.
Cardinal Key, sister organization to Blue Key is a national
honorary service organization for college women who display
qualities of leadership, scholarship, character and participation
in school activities. They must also have 60 hours of college
credit to be eligible for membership. Membership is held to
A special project of Cardinal Key during 1955 was selling
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Kappa Delta Pi
Holding professional meetings twice
monthly, Kappa Delta Pi is a national hon-
orary education society.
Sound personal ideals, scholarship, and
educational ideals are required for member-
ship into Tau Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi,
which had 18 members this year.
Officers include, Marilyn Gallup, presi-
dent, Leslie White, vice-president, Linda
Heimer, secretary, Dorothy Myers, treas-
urer, Carolyn Stokes, historian.
Commemorative plates, of Wedgwood china, with the John R.
Kirk Memorial in the center. Among their other activities are
selling Homecoming buttons, doing welfare work, ushering at
College and civic functions, and conducting tours on Senior Day.
Officers for the year were Jane Bucks, President, Marilie
Weber, Vice-president, Terry White, Treasurer, and Caroline
Smtcdf Nancy Horn, Caroline Stokes, historian, Marilyn Gallup, president, Bere-nice Beggs, sponsor, Linda
Heirner, secretary, Maxine Klitenic. Slmulirzgr Mona M. Overton, Neil Peterie, Ronald Bailey, Edward
Cox, James Neilson, Donald Sanders, Charlotte Herrick.
Leading Alplvz Phi .Yigvm .Slrlrafur.rZvip Fmterrzig' for 1954-'55 are
after: Glen Easterclay, vice-president, Jeannette Krueger, secre-
tary, Mona M, Overton, treasurer, and Dolores Jean Tracy,
Planning for the National Convention of Alpha Phi Sigma
to be held here June 18, 1955, furnishing campus guides for
Parents' Day, participating in the Homecoming Parade, and
Climaxing with a banquet in the spring, highlighted the year's
activities of Alpha Phi Sigma, founded here 25 years ago.
A national honorary organization in scholarship, Alpha Phi
Sigma invites valedictorians and salutatorians as associate
members and those scoring an S average or better for three
consecutive quarters, as master members.
Sponsor of Alpha Chapter is Dr. Hans Hagemann, with this
year's officers including Dolores Tracy, president, Glen Easter-
day, vice-president, Jeannette Krueger, secretary, and Mona
M. Overton, treasurer.
Raw one: Marian Peoples, Carol Coleman, Dolores Jones, Anna Grace Mitten, Jeannette Krueger, Secretary, Dolores Tracy, President, Mona M. Overton, Treasurer,
Eileen Hays, Norma DeWitt, and Charlotte Gunselman.
Raw Iwo: Marilyn Werr, Terry Anne White, Thelma Yaeger, Alice Tague, Norma Hustead, JoAnn Tracy, Jacqueline Mason, James Neilson, Joycelynn Mason, and
Mason Benn, Jr.
Row three: Janys Ann Murphy, Linda Sue Galloway, Lorraine Jerome, Margaret Roan, Pat Mead, Dorothy Kearns, Okle Conover, Ron Phillips, Barry Green, and
Kz1:e!iug.' Charles Woods, Larry Gordon.
Firrl row: Edward K. Royse, Edwin
Myers, Linden Eitel, Gerald D, Wood,
Secretary, C. H. Hays, Vice-President,
Carl Keller, President, and Dean Easterday,
Serwzd row: John jones, Ronald Hessel-
schwerdt, Duane Cole, Sponsor, Robert
Daniels, Dick Cokerham, Lawrence Bond-
erer, and Duane Neeley.
For the third straight year the Industrial Arts Club won the
contract for decorating the Adair County Court House Square
and the Kirksville business district. An extra-special touch of
Christmas was given the campus between the Practical Arts
Building and Kirk Auditorium with the Nativity Scene and
Santa and his reindeer, all constructed by Industrial Arts Club
lnaugurated this year were two rush seasons in an attempt
to increase the present membership by 1002.
With Duane Cole as sponsor, 1954-55 officers include: Carl
Keller, president, C. H. Hays, vice-president, Gerald D. Wood,
secretary, Dean Easterday, treasurer, David Lillard, sergeant-ab
"First Prize" was what the judges said
for the Ag Club Homecoming float, its
theme being the Cape Indians bowing to
the Bulldogs. Real old time square dancin'
and the crowning of Eleanor Barkley as
Barnwarmin' queen was featured January
22. Winner of the door prize rooster was
Waldo West. This spring the Agriculture
Club will assist the Ag Department in the
Northeast Missouri high school contests.
Gaining 14 new members to wear the
snazzy-new Ag Club jackets, officers for
1954-55 were: Al Azinger, president,
Owen Hughes, vice-president, Robert
Moore, secretary, Linden Eitel, treasurer,
Waldo West, reporter, Marvin Seidt,
sergeant-at-arms, Norvell C. Allen, spon-
Seated, left to right, Bruce Minear, Jack Simpson, Owen O. Hughes, vice-president, Al Azinger, president,
Bob Azinger, Lewis C. McBee. Stmzdizzg, Norvell C. Allen, sponsor, Howard Platz, Dwight Stokes, Albert
Overstreet, Don Wilson, Roy Wallace, Robert Atkinson. Absent, Robert Moore, Linden Eitel, Bill Mc-
Claskey, Waldo West.
Raw one: Mrs. Margaret Warhurst, sponsor, Frances Wait, Mrs. Jeanette Eitel, tteasurerg Kay Moots, Betty Gaston, vice-president, Eleanor Barkley,
presidentg Barbara Lee, secretary, Eloise Seaman, and Bertha Chaverri.
Raw two: LaVcrne Dudeck CState Vice Presidentl, Kay Shull, Wilma See, Charlene Brooks, Charlotte Ann Jacobs, Walcla Ann Shockey, Rosalia Nico-
letti, Peggy Carr, and Carol Barnes.
Raw fl7l't'E.' Nancy Morris, Phyllis Sallee, Rita Ross, Helen Sailor, Roberta Butler, Lily Bergmann, Okle Conover, andfDorothy Kearns.
Besides the United Nations Day, Christmas party at the
home of Miss Llora MaGee, and the state convention CLaVerne
Dudeck served as state Vice-presidentD, a special Style Show was
presented in February before the F.H.A. chapters of neigh-
boring high schools.
After a Welcome by President Ryle, members from the home
economics classes stepped from the pages of the prop magazine
"Vogue", modeling the garments they had made in clothing
Rau1O1ze.' Doris Dinwiddie, Charlotte Gunselman, Dolores McDonald, Norma Wilson, Donna Phillips, Geri Campbell
and Faye Ewing. Row Tum: Warren Dennis, Lyle Griep, Shirley Leber, Velvatlean Adkins,Jeanne Poole, Myra Healcl,
and Virginia Redman. Rauf Three: R. E. Valentine, sponsor, Ron Phillips, Ronnie Lee Thomas, Johnny Hart, Mac
Howard, Leo Goeke, and Robert Hogenson.
At Christmas Time each girl brought canned goods, clothing,
toys, or twenty-live cents with which a Christmas basket was
prepared for a needy family.
Both social and professional, Colhecon is a national home
economics organization. This"year's officers Were: Eleanor
Barkley, president, Betty Gaston, vice-president, Barbara Lee,
secretary, and Jeanette Eitel, treasurer.
For music majors or for those
just interested in any form of
music, the Aeolian Club this year
boasted 38 active members.
Programs of special interest to
music enthusiasts were planned
by Ron Phillips, chairman of the
program committee and Shirley
Leber, chairman of the social
Officers include: Pat Healey,
president,Johnny Hart, vice- pres-
identg Norma Wilson, secretary-
treasurer, R. E. Valentine, spon-
About ra take ll rom- af KC05' are from raw, left to rigf1t.'Jol1n Thomas, Mel Eliades, Gordon McClimans, Shula Flick, Sharon Johns, Maridonna Shahan,
Anita White, Maurice Payne, Jackie Rice, Allen Prescott, Guy Buchanan, William Pope, sCL'011ldl'01l'.' Byron Bntterheld, Gerald Doty, Robert Walker,
Burton Aberhlean Keller, William Kroeger, John Vorheesg Third row: Floyd Northington, David Swayze, Frank Hoog, George Hoog, Robert Marshall,
,lack Lapp, James Keller, David Armbruster, Charles Scott, Jerry Scott, Bob Moore, Donald Linhart.
Touring Still-Hildreth Sanatorium and taking part in an
all-day visit at the Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Sur-
gery December 6, highlighted the Pre-Osteopathic Club year.
A tour of buildings, class and laboratory demonstrations, and
speakers from both administration and faculty topped off the
day's visit to K.C.O.S.
Speakers including Dr. Pepper Martin on mental diseases,
Father Carney on ethics in medicine, and Dr. James Keller on
principles of manipulation, were heard by these future physi-
cians. A banquet held in the spring quarter for members and
their families featured a guest speaker and movie.
Qfhcers include: James Keller, president, Charles Scott,
vice-president, Jerry Warner, secretary, succeeded by Shula
Flickgjack Lapp, treasurer. Dr. Albert Kline is sponsor.
Speaking on the history of
the Balkans, I-I.I.H. Otto of
Austria-Hungary was heard
by over 165 people at the
annual Historical Society
Banquet, November 18. It
was the fifth straight year
Archduke Otto had been
With James Neilson as
program chairman, speeches
ranging from John Sutton's
views on Korea and Mac
I-lovvatd's report on his trip
to Spain, to Dr. James
Hoods discussion of the
experiences of a Ph.D. candi-
date, were heard by these
social science majors.
Firzrt Raw: Eiichiro Tomoyose, Harold Kwanhi Lie, Dr. Ruth Towne, Bing Kun Shao, Dr. Hamilton Easton, sponsor, Charles
Esterline, president, Shirley Brantner, secretary-treasurer, Delpha Davenport, Hectorine Piercey, and Norma Broadwater. Second
Row: jerry Lee Bradshaw, Edward S. Dodson, Dr. W. A. Browne, Dr. Lucy Simmons, Dr. Pauline Knobbs, Louis J. Anesi, Russell
Harrison, james Neilson, Shinjun Oshiro, and Thomas E. Churchwell. Tlvird Row: john Ritter, John Shelton, Dr. G. C. Kohlen-
berg, Stanley Shkolnick, Norman Truber, R. L. McAnaw, Alden G. Bingham, Glenda Runge, Shula Flick and Eva Kephart.
Leading the Historical So-
ciety vvere Charles Esterline,
president, Shirley Brantner,
secretary-treasurer, and Dr.
Hamilton Easton, sponsor.
This year's young Barrymore's and Bankhead's produced
two major plays and three one-act plays. College Players
formed the crews and casts for "Squaring the Circle" last fall
and also produced a three-act serious play, "The Little Foxes,"
in the spring.
Three students directed one-act plays given February 9 in
Little Theatre, including "The Old Lady Shows Her Medals,"
"Resolved: That the United States ex-
tend diplomatic relations to Communist
China," was the question facing this
year's debaters, directed by Sherod Collins.
Making up the local debate team were
Glen Easterday, Bob Shearer, and Ron
Bailey, who took Part in tourneys at Brad-
ley University in November, in the Mid-
west Speech Tournament here in December,
at Illinois State Normal University in
January, the State tournament at Warrens-
burg in March and the National Pi Kappa
Delta tourney in April at Redlands,
A top Winner was ,lean Richert who
tied for First place in the poetry reading
contest at the Mid-West tourney here.
Copping the Regents Debate Award of
S50 were Glen Easterday and Bob Shearer,
winning over Keith Stout and Charles
Firirrow, seated: John Fiala, Shirley Shaw,
Ron Bailey, presidentgjanys Ann Murphy,
vice-president, Maxine Klitenic, secretary-
treasurer, Sherod Collins, sponsor, Shirlee
Fisclibach, Faye Ewing, standing, Delpha
Davenport, and jerry Moore, kneeling.
56f07lL17'01U.' Betty Stout, Pat Shelton, Nor-
man Truber, Barbara Moles, Stanley
Shkolnick, Colin Skinner, Carlos Alcocer
Wolff, Linda Heimer, Howard Platz, and
directed by Marilie Weber and also presented in assembly, "A
Marriage Proposal," directed by Ron Bailey, and "Still Life,"
directed by Linda Heimer.
Conducting the bi-Weekly meetings were Ron Bailey, presi-
dent, Janys Ann Murphy, vice-president, Maxine Klitenic,
secretary-treasurer, Judy Beltzer, historian, Sherod Collins and
Jack Hensley were sponsors.
Pi Kappa Delta
Fi1'Jfro1u.' Bob Shearer, Louis II. Anesi, and Sherod Collins, sponsor.
Semzzd row: Bill Burk, Barbara Lee, Ron Bailey, Glen Easterday, and Charles Esterline.
Row om: Donna Helton,Jeannette Krueger,
secretary, Shirley Wares, treasurer, Letha
Woolbright, Vera Lay, and Tom Church-
well. Raw two: Jean Danneman, Lorraine
Jerome, Nancy Horn, president, Beverly
Orwiler, Valene Myers, Eugene Croarlcin,
sponsor, and Jane Anne Bucks. Raw n5rcr:
Mary Lou Lapp, Doris Kimberly, Karold
McDonald, Bill Mayers, Arthur F. Kim-
berly, vice-president, Richard Goelce, and
Charles E, Kauzlarich, sponsor.
Pi Qmega Pi
Selecting an outstanding senior in business education, whose
name is engraved on a plaque in Baldwin Hall, holding social
functions and hearing guest speakers from many fields of business
highlight the Pi Omega Pi year.
Founded on this campus in 1923 by Dr. P. O. Selby, Pi Omega
Pi initiates business majors who excel in scholarship.
Heading the future businessmen Cand business Women, toof
were ofiicers Nancy Horn, president, Arthur Kimberly, vice-
president, Jeanette Krueger, secretary, Shirley Wares, treasurer,
Representing Alpha Chapter at the national convention in
Chicago were President Nancy Horn and Shirley Wares. man, historian.
Row One: Sue Magruder, Dolores Tracy, Bob Eatock, reporter, Terry Anne White, secretary, Nevin Loerlce, president, Chosuke
Gima, vice-president, Charlotte Ann Jacobs, treasurer, Willie Whitson, sponsor, and Bertha Kaneshiro. Raw Tum: Janet Dixon,
Margaret Kakaza, Dolores Jones, Josephine Kittie, Mary Anna Billups, Claetta Kerby, Mona M, Overton, Joycelynn Mason,
Jean Ketcham, and Boni P. Sibayan. Rau' Three: Mary Louise Wiseman, Linda Sue Galloway, Jacqueline Mason, Lois Ogle, Mar-
ilyn Werr, Anna Marie Korsen, Marian Peoples, Virginia Redman, and Hectorine Piercey.
Beverly Orwiler, editor, William Mayers, reporter,Jean Danne-
A. C. E.
To develop professional ideals
and study current problems in
education sum up the goals ofthe
Association for Childhood Edu-
cation. Membership is open to
elementary majors and to SILI-
dents interested in Elementary
A special project this year was
the collecting of gifts to be turned
OVCI' to the Salvation Army for
Ofiicers for the year are: Nevin
Loerke, president, Chosul-ze Gima,
vice-president, Terry Anne White,
secretary, Charlotte Jacobs, treas-
urer, Miss Willie Whitson is
Row Our: Virginia Baker, Secretary, Rosalia Nicoletti, B.T.U. Rep.,Josephine Kittle, Devotional Vice-president, Sue Goodding,
Y.W.A. Rep., Hjalmer Lindberg, S.S. Representative, Don Noble, president, Delno West, Assembly Chairman, Dean Easterday,
Publicity Director, Betty Goad, Music Director, and Ling Kang Yeh, Summer Missions. Row Two: Betty Miller, Dolores Tracy,
JoAnn Tracy, Dottie Gonnerman, Kathleen Hackamack, Valene Myers, Sue Kneeland, Doris Dinwiddie, Betty Head, Elaine
Yamamoto, and Bertha Kaneshiro. Row Tlvrers Jason Franklin, John C. Fox, Director of Student Activities, Richard Brookhart,
Carl Helton, Virginia Redman, Azelene Kelley, Elizabeth Simpson, Carlene MCI-largue, and Tom Thurston.
Baptist Student Union
Ninety-three hungry students ate SOO pounds of watermelon
in the annual Wesley Foundation watermelon feed September 16
in the back yard ofthe Methodist parsonage, getting the year
underway in a big way for this Methodist organization for
Appointed as the new Methodist Student Worker in the
fall was Rev. James Cole of I-lornell, N. Y.
Besides worship programs, the lighter side was highlighted
Rom am: lda Mae Jones, Allene Keller,
Janet Dixon, B. Wilsey, Martha Whir-
rett, Lorraine Jerome, secretary, Dick
Hackman, president, Darlene Rettinghaus,
treasurer, Letha Woolbright, vice-presi-
dent, Bill Kroter, Sam Kraus, and Betty
Ross. Row two: Betty Gaston, Lynne Steel,
Rita Hinshaw, Freda Mohr, Mary Anna
Billups, Charlotte Ann Jacobs, Pat Mead,
and Carolyn Hanes. Row flu-fe: Nathaniel
Lapitan, Ronnie Detwiler, Lois Althiser,
Carol Redman, Dorothy Kearns, Doris
Gordy, Janice Jacobs, Norma Jean Halley,
Mary Burnham, Ruby Walker, Patsy La-
Faver, and Judy Greeno. Row four: Rey.
Ralph H. Hicks, John Shelton, Rev. James
Paul Cole, Betty Cole, Edward Cox, James
Keller, Gordon Stout, Bill Dyer, Eldon
Seaboldt, Noel Pagitt, and Carl Baldwin.
Whether it was the Wel-
come Booth in Baldwin
Hall in September Csmiles
and lemonade!D, the Sweet-
heart Banquet in February,
or the spring "Supper for
Champions" banquet with
the Bulldog lettermen as
guests, it was an event-
packed year for these young
Working all night on a
first prize winning Horne-
coming float, again sponsor-
ing Thanksgiving for Inter-
nationals, caroling at Kirks-
ville hospitals and in twelve
home churches, attending
the State Student Conven-
tion, the costume Congress-
ional Party, the intramural
basketball team, the March
House party that brought
100 girls from north Mis-
souri for a weekend of
mission emphasis, and the
Spring Retreat at the Lake
of the Ozarks in May, all
rounded out the year's work
Guests included Dr. Joe
W. Burton during Home
Life Emphasis Week in Oc-
tober, Dr. G. Kearnie Keeg-
an in March, and Mrs. Ag-
nes Plyant leading seminars
on Christian Recreation and
by the annual Christmas party December 12. Two hours of
caroling, a buffet meal at the parsonage, a debate on the question
"Resolved: That there ain't no Santa Claus" fthe negative
team of Jim Keller and Rev. Cole triumphing over Keith Stout
and Bill Kroeger in this serious question ID and a Handel's "Mes-
siah" worship program made up the day's program.
Ofhcers were: Richard Hackman, president, Letha Wool-
bright, vice-president, Lorraine Jerome, secretary, Darlene
Row me: Hassan Hakkak, presidentgjason Franklin, J. Luis H. Rojas, Eloise Seaman, Jaime Portugal, and Nathaniel V. Lapitan.
Raw two: Kenichi Asato, Eiichiro Tomoyose, Harold Kwanhi Lie, Agustin Herrera, Ling Kang Yeh, Betty Head, Esin Kent, Erlinda F. von Heiland
Elaine Yamamoto, Bertha Chaverri, Bertha Kaneshiro, Noreen Nogamine, Annegert Hessenbruch, and Mrs. C. H. Allen, sponsor.
Row three: 'Ianys Ann Murphy, treasurer, Shinjun Oshiro, vice resident, Boni P. Sibayan, Chi Hang Pyun, Linda Fair, Siral Ozer, Chung Soon Kim
Virginia Baron, Sue Kneeland, Hang'Sun Kim, Mary Anna Billups, Elisabeth van der Zwan, Millicent Kamei, and Carlos Alcocer.
Row fam-.' john A. Thomas, Kyoung Ha Kim, LaVerne Dudeck, Marilyn Bowden, Chosuke Gima, Helene Brun, Do Hi Kim, Lois Althiser, Alice Fos-
ter, Bienvenido Gutierrez, Chan Hyun Pak, and Virginia Redman.
Rowfi1:e.' ,johnny Koo,Joseph B. Paek, Mel Eliades, Richard K. Hong, Mario Rivela, Samuel K. Sung, Colin Skinner, Paul F. Chung, Stanley Shkolnick,
Anna Maria Korsen, Doris Sexton, Ricardo Alcocer, and Carlos Kunte.
. International Club
"I hope we can get them all in," said the Echo photographer
as he snapped the picture of the International Club, which has
grown to be one of the largest organizations on the campus.
Entering a float in the Homecoming parade, a candidate for
K-Club queen and for Trump Night King, and Winning second
place with the Trump Night Skit, "The Sun Never Sets on
KSTC Students," all brought recognition, as did presenting an
assembly program at Kirksville High School.
Row Cue: Eiichiro Tomoyose, Harold Kwanhi Lie, Boni P. Sibayan, Agustin Herrera, jr., Kemchi Asato, Ling Kang
Yeh, Chung Soon Kim, Esin Kent, Erlinda von I-leiland, Bertha Chaverri, Hassan Kakkak, and Mrs. C. H. Allen, ad-
viser. Raw Two: Mel Eliadeshjolxnny Koo, Annegert Hessenbruch, Siral Ozer, Helene Brun, Do I'll'K1Hl, Mario Rivela,
Elisabeth van der Zwan, and Bienrenido Gutierrez. Raw Thrce: Richard K. Hong, Kenny H. Kim, Chi Hang Pyun,
Chosuke Gima, Ricardo Alcocer, David H. Kim, Chan Hyun Pak, Luis H. Rojas, andjjason Franklin. Raw Fam:-
,joseph B. Paek, Nathaniel Lapitan, Samuel K. Sung, Paul F. Chung, Carlos Alcocer, Colm Skinner, Jaime Portugal,
Carlos Kunte, and Shinjun Oshiro.
Social events are not overlooked, either, what with the
Christmas dinner held in Kirk Auditorium for members and
faculty guests. Recipes and entertainment from around the
world were featured. Members were also entertained by the
Sojourners Club and the Rotary Club, as guests of honor.
Officers include: Hassan Hakkak, president, Shinjun Oshiro,
vice-president, Janys Murphy, treasurerg Mrs. C. H. Allen,
"The Sun Never Sets on KSTC
Students," could well become
a new slogan, with over 50 stu-
dents from 20 foreign countries in
Of these, 20 come from Korea,
four each from China, Okinawa,
Mexico, and Turkey, three from
the Philippines, two from Greece,
Spain, and Colombia, and one
each from Bolivia, Brazil, Costa
Rica, England, France, Denmark,
Italy, Iraq, Lebanon, and Panama.
Now nearing the 200 mark in
attendance here since 1946, for-
eign students study under govern-
ment grants, their own funds,
college scholarships, or the
Northeast Missouri Fund for For-
Cort from flu rprfug plow "Tb: Little Foxzf' cmzglvt Commlmirr lmfler Ingrnlmm mirbr: Bailey and Well- Krocger mul Bailqa' ,give poet .fkifzucr fl going oucr in
in Il .rrriozu mood, born in Il low .rome from -l.S'4Iltll'i7lg the Circle" fha' fall play ".S'qua1'i11g tlve Cirtlcu
From satire to serious describes the mood of the live plays
presented in both Little Theatre and assembly this year. Direct-
ing the fall and spring three-act plays was Jack Hensley of the
speech faculty, while student directors Linda Heimer, Marilie
Weber, and Ron Bailey svveated out the three one-act plays given
Katayev's "Squaring the Circle," a satire on love, Russian
style, ran three theatre-packed nights, November 9, 10, 11.
Leads were taken by Bill Kroeger as Abram, Elaine Wellborn as
Tonya, Ron Bailey as Vasyag Peggy Brundage as Ludmillag
Colin Skinner as Emaliang and Betty Lou Ingraham as Flavius.
Starring in the assembly play "The Old Lady Shows Her
Medals," February 9 were Susie Hardy, John Fiala, Donna
Phillips, Pat Shelton, Delpha Davenport, and Donald Baskett,
with Marilie Weber directing.
The second 0118-HCI play, "A Marriage Proposal," was di-
rected by Ron Bailey and starred Bill Kroeger, Peggy Brundage,
and Kenneth Barker. The third, "Still Life," a serious drama
directed by Linda Heimer, featured Betty Stout and Gene Weber
in the romantic leads.
Taking place in the early l900's, the spring play, "The Little
Foxes" took a serious slant and dealt with the effects of selfish-
ness on a southern family.
Cast in "The Little Foxes" were David Heald, Maxine Kli-
tenic, Sue Magruder, Gene Weber, Bill Kroeger, Linda Heimer,
Tom Kooreman, Shirley Masters, Judy Kottmann, and Colin
Firrt of Ibe winfer one-arf plow wf1.r "Tlx Old-Lady .YEHIK from the Rll.f.Yid?7 Commiv, "A Nlzzrriage Pro- Stout and lfVcber go zlrmmrtic in ll rcwze from "Still
'Mau'-Y HF" Mf'l"!-f- D""'mP0"fv -5lbf'lf0'1, ljbfllflm porn!" farther Krueger, Brmzduge, and Barker in nrlion Life"
Hardy, Flala, cum' Burke!! caught nz action.
Setting the dates for rushing and pledging by the three cam-
pus social fraternities, issuing a social fraternity handbook to
freshmen men, and holding an lnterfraternity Council Banquet,
besides serving as a "clearing house" of discussion of fraternity
problems, make up the duties of the Interfraternity Council.
Highlighting the banquet March 22 was the awarding of
the Presidents Scholarship Trophy to the fraternity with the
Composed of three repre-
sentatives from each social
sorority, the Panhellenic
Council governs all sorority
activities and is sponsored
by the Dean of Women, Dr.
A Parents Day Tea, Pan-
hellenic Tea for girls inter-
ested in sororities, keeping a
cloakroom at dances, and
experimenting with open
rushing between February 7
and May 7 were among the
Panhellenic projects for
1954-55. The iirst all-soror-
ity get-together was held in
January, with each sorority
rotating as the hostess group
in the monthly affairs.
Each spring the Panhel-
lenic Banquet finds the
Scholarship Cup being
awarded by the Dean of
Women to the sorority with
the highest scholastic aver-
age for the year.
Seated, Dr. Dean Rosebery, Alpha Kappa
Lambda sponsorg John Goetze, Sigma Tau
Gamma sponsor, Dr. Gilbert Kohlenberg,
Interfrarernity Council sponsor, Duane
Cole, Phi Sigma Epsilon co-sponsor. Smud-
izzg, Dick Franklin, vice-president, Russell
Vannoy, president, Sigma Tau Gamma,
Ron Bailey, president, Alpha Kappa
Lambda, Raymond Williamson, president,
Bill Carter, vice-president, Phi Sigma
Epsilon. Nat pictm'4'd.' Dr. Leon Karel,
Phi Sigma Epsilon, William Mayers,
Alpha Kappa Lambda.
highest average point-hour ratio.
Made up of the presidents, vice-presidents, and sponsors of
the three fraternities, the Council has officers serving on rota'
tion. This year Ron Bailey served as president, Raymond
Williamson as vice-president, and Russell Vannoy as secretary-
treasurer. Dr. Gilbert C. Kohlenberg is sponsor.
Panhellenic Coun il
Firyf Raw: Charlene Brooks, treasurerg Nancy Hedges, vice-presiclentg Linda Heimer, president, Dr. Knobbs, sponsor, Barbara
Lee, secretary. Stmzdizzg' Shirley Wares, Mary Lou Bills,.Iudy Kottman, Helen Sailor, Carol Williams, Shirley Leber, Maridonna
Shahan, Jean Danneman.
Tap Row: Miss Willie Whitson, sponsorg Carol Barnes,
Cpledged 19541, Charlene Brooks, president, Jean
Danneman, vice-president, Bartow raw: Marilyn Gard-
house, Dorothy Kearns, corresponding secretary and
treasurer, Helen Sailor, recording secretary.
Pi Kappa Sigma
Starting the year with live active members back, the
.Pi Kaps entered their Homecoming float with the theme,
"It's in the Bag," and sponsored Charlene Brooks as
"Lollipop Land," with guests dressed in kiddies'
clothing and eating lollipops, was the theme ofthe first
rush party. Games galore highlighted the second party
with the theme, Gold Nugget Saloon.
Queen Candidate for the K-Club Dance was Marilyn
Gardhouse, With 'lean Danneman in the running for
Trump Night Queen. The Trump Night skit, "lf Women
QAM, Played Cards as Men Do," brought many Cheers.
Topping off the Pi Kap year was the annual spring
go od party, an indoor picnic and dance-fun!
4 U . . ,
I Leading the P1 Kap meetings were officers Charlene
Brooks, president, Jean Danneman, vice-president, Helen
Sailor, recording secretary, Dorothy Kearns, correspond-
ing secretary and treasurer, Marilyn Gardhouse, reporter.
Caught PllIj'i7Zg gamer are there girlr in thc "GUM Nugget Saloon" nt
tlvc umm! Pi Kap Rmb party.
Lallipapr and Kiddier' Clotber Highlight "Lollipop Lam!" Rmb Pm'0'.
Pi Kap nzcmbfrf am! gm'.rf.r take time out to ffl their rnmmiar in 'Iallipap Lf1ml."
lflilufe tagmr, eatin eu.rhim1.r, traphief in the huekgralmrl highlight Mi.rJ Zu!!erero1w1.r Dolorex fmzer nr the Alpha .fweetheart Dante in
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"Alpha in Obimpiuu-Like n .rcene frrmz urzrierlt Greece.
No less than four queens of major campus events were active on the Student Council.
members of Alpha Beta chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha,
including Shirley Wares, Homecoming Queen, Sue Mc-
Cullough, K-Club Queen, Eleanor Barkley, Barnwarmin'
Queen, and Pat Ellet, Trump Night Queen.
Special honors Went to Linda Heimer and Shirley
Wares, chosen for Who's Who, to Betty Wilgus, Mary
Lou Bills, Linda Heimer and Sue McCullough who were
In the Homecoming parade the Alpha float, a huge
adding machine, spelled out "Add Up the Bulldogs'
Rush parties featuring "Alpha in Olympia" and a
Lumberjack breakfast brought 17 pledges last fall, while
a chair, lamp, fruit basket and candy were sent to the
nursing home at Christmas time.
Top :au Miss Alma K. Zoller, sponsor, Eleanor Barkley, Judy Beltzer, Mary Lou Bills, vice-presidentg Laneta Brand, Joyce Brittain
SL'L'07ldI010.' Patricia Ellett, Judith Greeno, Linda Heimer, president, Dolores Jones, secretary, Katie Lintner, Kay Moors.
Mary Lou Smith
Mary Ann Turner
Betty Lou Wilgus
Mary Jean Wilson
Besides winning queen, the Alpha Skit "School heart. The annual Mothers' Day Tea and Breakfast
Daze," placed third at Trump Night, making the third egg? Dame in MHY W0Ul1d UP the Yelfis 1CfiVifieS'
straight year that Alpha Sigma Alpha has elected queen Providing leadership were Linda Heimef, PfCSiClCf1f5
and Placed in the Skit Competition. 5 ? Mary Lou Bills, vice-presidentg Leila Peterson, registrarg
' V I - I ug' Dolores jones, secretaryg Shirley Wares, treasurerg
Highlighting the SWCCCIICP-ff DHUCC 10 February l at Eleanor Barkley, chaplaing Joyce Brittain, editorg Shir-
was thepcrowning of Dolores jones as Alpha Beta Sweet- E79 ley Shadid, song leaclerg Miss Zoller, sponsor.
5'mm!: Jani Reed, Shirley Yardley, ,Indy Strom, Lorraine Jerome, Lynne Peterson, Anne Glick, Marijo jarboe. .S'mz1din,g.' Sue
McCullough, Sharonjohns, Carolyn I-lanes, Carolyn Turner, Barbara Moles, Shirley Ausn1us,Jacqueline Mason,1aniee Loumaster,
Delta Sigma Epsilon
With Dr. Lucy Simmons as guest speaker and with
Nancy Morris, Norma Wilson and Betty Stout in the
singing spotlight, Iota Chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon
led off its year with a Founders' Day Banquet Septem-
Becoming salesladies in October, the Deltas found
brisk sales for their Delta Birthday Calendars. Home-
coming found them building a giant Homecoming float
with the theme "Snow 'Em Under." Mary Ann Cald-
well was chosen as their Homecoming Queen candidate.
Two rush parties with HalloWe'en and "An Evening
Top raw: Dr. Ruth Towne, sponsor, Velvadean Adkins, Mary Ann Caldwell, Donna Coch-
ran, Sue De Volld, Shirley Dye, vice-president, Serofzd row: Betty Goad, Nancy Horn,
treasurer, Merilyn Johnson, Claetta Kerby, Mary Lou Lapp, Shirley Leber.
in a Spanish Court" themes Won 20 pledges, who later
presented the annual Christmas party.
Besides presenting the skit, "Music Makes the World
Go Round" at Trump Night, Shirley Leber represented
the Deltas in the race for Trump Night Queen.
Winding up an event-packed year were the election
of new ofiicers, initiation of pledges, the Spring Fashion
Show and Spring Formal.
Officers include, Kay Parker, president, with Bar-
bara Lee succeeding her in the winter quarter, Shirley
Dye, vice-president, Estalene:'Purvis, secretary, Nancy
Seated, left to right, jo Ann Tracy,
Barbara Taylor, treasurer, Gerrie
Orwiler, vice-president, Jeanne
Poole, secretary, Becky Crum-
packer, president, Marilyn Stone,
point recorder, Glenda Runge, ser-
geant-at-arms, Donna Phillips,
rrmzdiug, Joyce Hall, joan Cragg,
Nelda Turner, Carole Paap, Nell
Sue Priest, Shirley Baxter, Susan
Kneeland, Gwen Williams, Shirley
McRobert, Nola Carter. Abmzr,
1 Mary Jane Novinger.
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Barbara Lee, president
Esralene Purvis, secretary
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Sigma Sigma Sigma
News that Mu Chapter had won the Efliciency Cup
for the '53-'54 school year was brought to the Tri-
Sigmas by Nelda Crawford, national ofhcer, during her
visit to KSTC last fall.
Dressed in Dutch costumes, the Tris won much com-
ment with their homecoming float, "Cape's in Dutch,"
while Judy Kottman represented them in the race for
A top figure of 29 pledges came the Tri-Sigma way
following the two rush parties, "Three Little Sigrnas,"
a takeoff on "The Three Bears," and "Sigma Top Hat,"
Finrt raw: Shirley Shaw, Faye Ewing, JoAnne Wolfe, Carolyn Huntsman, Mary Sue Mach-
in, Mary Dale Ditmars, Patricia Ann Wickizer, Dorothy Johnson, Faye Wilson. Second
raw: Jeanette Watson, Marilyn Wheeler, Carolyn Cragg, Mary Link, Elaine Wellborn,
Judy Hassall, Janet Gutting, Jennie Sue Allen, Doris Sexton. Tl1ird1'auf.' Ann Schupbach,
Donna Naggi, Charlotte Gunselman, Anna Korsen, Judy Moore, Becky Murch, Delpha
Davenport, Jolene Forke, Charlotte Ann Jacobs, Dolores McDonald.
with a night club theme.
Social service projects and the annual Christmas party
with alumnae topped off the month of December, while
Martha Whirrett served as K-Club Queen escort and
3 Elaine Wellborn, representing a civic group, was crowned
f the Jaycee MCfCh3Hd1SC Show.
J ,D Queen 0
,Q For Trump Night, the audience got a glimpse of life
u 'l at KSTC in the year ZOOO A.D. in a skit featuring weird
costumes and the "Adam Prancef' Nancy Hedges was
The annual spring formal topped off the year 1954-'55.
Miss Viola Magee, sponsor
Marilyn Cornwell, treasurer
Nancy Hedges, president
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Tri-.S'igr1m.r and r11.rl'ce.r mnlgbt in pnjmfm-chu! .rrencr from tlre "Three Little .5'ig1111z,r" Hub pmzfa'
-Ianys Ann Murphy
Carol Chapman an pamdz ur the 'lfigfmz Tap Hat" null event with iz night club flume
AKL g1ze.ft.r rom' at Devilfr Dame skit,
Seated, Bob Eatock, Charles F. Seward, Jae Dock Chung. Standing, Gary Joe Booher, George A. Vineyard,
John E. Williams, Tom Calvert, William Barton. Nut pictured, Darrell Hammer, Colin Skinner, Al Azinger,
Tap raw: Dr. Dean Rose-
bery, sponsor, Charles
Alun, Al Azinger, Ron
Bailey, president, Jack
.ft'I.'077dl'01U.' William Cun-
diff, Dean Easrerday,
Glen Eascerday, record-
ing secretary, Linden
Eitel, Jerry Greene, cor-
Horns and tails adorned AKL actives
and rushees at the Devil's Dance in Decem-
ber, which, preceded by the rush smoker
at the Sojourners Club, brought a dozen
new members, initiated February 20 in
During Homecoming, an alumni ban-
quet and a float with the theme, "Sailing
Into Cape," highlighted the day. In the
race for Trump Night King was Ron
Xi chapter journeyed to Kansas City
in March to attend the annual Missouri-
Kansas Founders Day Celebration. Top-
ping off the year's social calendar were the
Founders Day Banquet and Spring Formal
AKL's in high place this year were
Howard Platz, Jerry Greene, and Ron
Bailey in Blue Keyg Ron Bailey and Glen
Easterday in Who's Who, jack Beck and
Bill Ausmus on the starting five in bas-
ketball, Glen Easterday as sophomore
class prexy and Jack Beck as senior class
vice-president. Fourteen other campus
ofhces were held by AKL's.
Two awards bestowed on Xi Chapter
included the National AKL Achievement
Award for the most efhcient chapter and
the President's Scholarship Cup.
Ron Bailey wielded the gavel, with Ron
Phillips, vice-president, jerry Greene, cor-
responding secretary, Glen Easterday, re-
cording secretary, Howard Platz, treasur-
er, Karold McDonald, chaplain, Dean
Easterday, historian. Dr. Rosebery is
Howard Platz, treasurer
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Ph' S' E 'I
Pledges galore were gained by Phi Sigma Epsilon fol-
lowing the November Smoker, with entertainment by
Don Donlon and John Vorhees, and the Wicked French
Apache dance in December. Sponsor Leon Karel's band
furnished dancin' music.
Phi Sigs on the championship football squad included
such names as Anastasoff, Adams, Bowles, Bolin, Carter,
Dark, Fitzgerald, Hull, Inlow, Hall, Mach, Loncaric,
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T0pl'010.' Duane Cole, Dr. Leon Karel, sponsors, George Anastasolf, Roy Blackford, jerry
Bolin, Bill Bowles. .S'ecan11r0w,' Ron Brown, Gary Cameron, Bill Carter, vice-presidencg
ohn Chadwick Tom Churchwell, Jim Claussen.
Leyda, Merritt, McDaris, Rash, Roseberry, Young,
Woodcock, and Zaleuke.
Class oflicers included pledge Jim Ogle, freshman
prexy, and Jim Rash, sophomore vice-president. Jim
lnlow Won vice-president of the Student Council, while
Raymond Williamson served as vice-president of the
Interfraternity Council and was selected for Who's Who.
Bill Dyer, jerry Dingle, secre-
tary-treasurerg Dale Favier, Lar-
rv Gorden, Bobby Hall, jim
Ted Lemen, Steve Leyda, H. A.
Lindberg, Donald Linhart, Mel-
vin Loncaric, Donald McAfee
Ray Mach, 'lack Magruder,
Charles Merritt, james New-
man, vice-president, Donald
Noble, corresponding secretary,
Fambmwr, Q The Recruits 21 tale of college football players competed in Trump Night skit competition
,lim Rash, M2fiOH Ray, Fred while George Anastasoff rm for King of Hearts
Rock Max Terrv Raymond
Wil1iLn1son,PmSidEht - Ofiicers include Raymond Williamson president ames Newman succeeded by Bill Carter,
vice president erry Dingle, secret trv treasurer Don Noble, corresponding secremry
Firft row, Inf! to right, Max Blackburn, jack
Mann, Ted Edwards, Bill Young, Donald
Baskett, Ellis Simler, Ladd Pash, Dean
.S'emm1raw.' jim Staggs, Don Zaleuke, Don
Donlon, Doyle Hull, Donald Roseberry,
Harvey Maack, Frank Woodcock, Donald
G. Williamson, David Mustcze.
Third raw: Keith Kessler, Richard Dark,
Richard McAnaw, Marvin McDaris, Ecl
Hull, Michael Brombolich, Charles Fitz-
gerald, James L. Ogle, Roland Minor,
Edward K. Royse.
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Twenty-four new members emerged from a smoker
with alumnus Dean Selby as speaker and from the '49er
Dance with Tony Svvain's steel-wool beard again copping
Taking hrst prize were the Homecoming float, the
Trump Night skit starring the "Blue Notes" Glee Club,
and Jerry Flynn's being crowned King of Hearts.
Presidencies of Blue Key, Band, Alpha Phi Omega,
junior and senior class, Aeolian Club, every Echo ofliceg
Sigma Tau Gamma
15 members of Blue Key, Eve in Who's Who, were all
- - Winning an intramural football match 6-Og holding
pinning ceremonies, dorm serenadesg re-decorating Tau
Towers, were all topped off by the May White Rose
QW? 3 Banquet and Formal Dance.
Q Cfhcers included: Russell Vannoy, president, Dick
my Franklin, vice-president, Terry Troester, treasurer,
James Goeke, recording secretary, Dave Armbrusrer,
corresponding secretary, Frank Hoog, sergeant-at-arms.
Tap raw: john Goerze, sponsorg Charles Acuff, Fred Acuff, john Adams, Dave Armbruster,
corresponding secretary, Bill Bilyeu. .S'L'L'0lIl!'I'0LL'.' Lawrence Bonderer, Harold Burchlield,
Bill Burk, Jack Caldwell, Dean Carson, Frank Colton. Third row: Beryl Cragg, historian,
Iohn DeAngelis, Randle Dennison, Charles Esrerline, Jerome Flynn, Dick Franklin, vice-
Tap row: Hugh Gardner, James
Goelce, recording Secretaryg Dean
Gould, Jack Harp, Jerry Harp,
.Slecrmrl raw: Pat Healey, Frank
Hoog, sergeant-at-arms, Wade
Houtchens, Mac Howard, james
Keller, Maurice Payne.
Top rouu' Dick Perkins, John C.
Shelton, Keith Stout, Tony Swain,
Terry Troester, treasurer, Russell
Stroud row: Al Welch, Dewayne
Wellborn, Phil Williams, Kenneth
Williams, Harley Wright.
Franz Rauf: Warren Dennis, Engin Uralman, john Thomas, Agustin Herrera, Alfred Cooley, Larry Whitney, Mel
Eliades, Vic DesCamp. Serofzd Row: Mason Benn, John Mills, Lewis Maddex, Ted Green, Leo Goeke, Carl Bald win.
Third Row: Gordon MeClimans, Doug Clanin, Charles Henry, Ronald Martin, Gerald L. Doty, Paul Price, L.
Lapp, George Cowgill, Robert Hogenson. Nor piftzn-rd, Wayne Martin.
feared, fqft ra right: Shirley Dye, junior councilwolnang Ron Bailey, council-member-at-large, ,lim lnlow, vice-president, Barry Green, president, Mary
Lou Bills, secretary, Jennie Sue Allen, freshman councilwoman.
.Ymndingx Richard Browne, junior councilman, William Cundilf, graduate councilman, Linda Heiiner, senior councilwomang Dr. C. H. Allen, sponsor,
Wade Houtchens, sophomore council1nan,Betty Wilgus, sophomore councilwon1an,Mac Howard, senior council1nangTerry Kelly, freshman councilman.
Nur pirrzzredx Donald Healey, treasurer, Syd Ross, councilman, Sue McCullough, councilwoman.
After the political rallies, poster wars, campaign badges,
and handshaking have been forgotten, the newly-elected Stu-
dent Council takes over as the governing organization of the
student body and has charge of most ofthe major social events.
Open houses, publicizing dances and action taken at meeting,
chartering busses to football games, devising a new system of
judging Homecoming floats, and holding an open meeting in
assembly were all emphasized by this year's Council, with
Barry Green, president, and Dr. C. H. Allen, adviser.
Assisting on Parents' Day, securing the 13-piece Ferguson-
Breitenback "New Sounds in Music" band for the Homecoming
dance, the "College Katz Combo" for the Christmas dance,
and Buddy Morrow's orchestra for the Echo dance, were other
Council activities, as were planning and arranging the Freshman
Frolic and fourth annual Trump Night.
Firzft .Sltiwlerzr Cvlnzcif Open Farnm gnu into action
Whether building the Bulldog-kennel entrance way, paint-
ing murals and blowing up balloons for the Homecoming dance,
erecting the fireplace entrance, cedar ceiling and Christmas tree
at the Christmas dance, or preparing an elaborate gold throne
and decorations for the giant Echo dance, the Student Social
Committee is at work.
Composed of 20 members, 17 of whom are volunteers and
three, from the Student Council, this year's committee was
headed by Mary Lou Bills, chairman, and Dr. Pauline Knobbs,
Social Cammitfee membefzr in artiau prejmrbzg for fb: Homecoming Dznzccj
Befow, Hamemming g1ze.r!.r .ree z'e.mfr.r :gf .facial Cwrzmifteefr work.
Besides forming the decorating, program, and work com-
mittees for college functions, the Committee assists in preparing
a calendar of social events issued from the Dean of Women's
This year's Student Social Committee included Mary Lou
Bills, chairman, Shirley Shadid, Karold McDonald, Frank
Colton, John Jones, Mary Ann Caldwell, James Ogle, Shirley
Dye, Max Terry, Judy Kottman, Judy Greeno, Delpha Daven-
port, Janys Ann Murphy, Barry Green, Norma Wilson, Al
Welch, Nancy Hedges, Fern Peterson, and Ron Phillips.
Left to rigbf: ,Indy Greeno, .Indy Kottmann, Judy Strom, Delpha Davenport, Janys Ann Murphy, Dr. Knobbs, Mary Lou Bills, Barry M. Green, Norma
Wilson, Al Welch, Nancy l-ledges, Fern Peterson, and Ron Phillips.
HERE COME THE BA .
Music to set your feet a' tapping at football and basketball
tilts, at Parents' Day and Football Assemblies, to send off or
welcome home the Bulldogs, marching at Homecoming both in
parade and on the Held, were all furnished by this year's band
under the direction of Harold Cleveland, pinch-hitting for Paul
Strub on leave.
Taking to the road March 7 and 8 were 42 band members,
Drum Mfzjazzr Charlotte Gznzrefmmz, Leia
Bailqv, femme Pauls, Mfizli' Sm' Macbizz, Carol
Cliupzmm, mm' Romfia N iraferfi Przmre ar
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playing at Lancaster, Mempliis, Kahoka, Clarence, Shelbina,
and Hannibal high schools.
Topping the band's honor award system is the Silver Key
Award presented after three year's service at the annual spring
Officers include: Dean Carson, president, Mac Howard,
vice-president, Velvadean Adkins, secretary-treasurer, Betty
Front raw, B flfzf Clm'inef.r: Lena Mae Bailey, Betty Goad, Shirley Leber, Jeanne Poole, Katheryn Bagley, Velvadean Adkins, Azelene Kelly, Delpha Davenport, Obavr:
Bonnie Skinner, Jennie Sue Allen,
.Yrmml row, Ffutrr: Mary Link, Marilyn Sloneker, Joan March, Allene Keller, .S'uxop15o1zr.r.' Shirley Biere, Tom Calvert, Barr Cfm'im'f.' Rosalia Nicoletti, Alta Clfzrirzvrr Ray
Williams, Burironr .S'r1xoplwz1e.' Norma Wilson.
Tl1i1'c1l'au'.' Frcnrb Hor1z.r.' Myra Heald, Leo Goeke, Doris Dinwiildie, Gordon Stout, Trzmzpcrrs Warren Dennis, Virginia Redman, Charlotte Gunselman, Dick Perkins,
Alejandro Avilez, Alfred Welch, Norman Truber.
F0llI'I'l7I'fJ10.' Bm'2fone.r.' Dean Carson, George Burghoffer, Trombozzmz' Donna Phillips, john Fiala, Mac Howard, Ronnie Thomas, B11.r.rer.' Wayne Burghoffer, Pat Healey.
Smzuiizig' Pw'm.r.rimz.' Don Donlon, Betty Lou Stout, jane Barnett, jim Keller.
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Front 1-aw, left ro right: Alice Foster, Mary Jane Novinger, Geri Orwiler, Dolores McDonald, Geri Campbell, Darlene Rettinghaus, Barbara Taylor, Betty
Stout, Norma Wilson, Carolyn Cragg, Donna Phillips, Patricia Davis, Mary Ann Caldwell, Patricia Tapley, janet Dixon, Phradie Wells, Director.
.S'z'm11:Ir0w.' Martha Buchanan, Donna Jean Truitt, Virginia Redman, Nancy Morris, Shirley Houston, Glenda Runge, Lynn Steele, Judy Moore, Faye
Ewing, Mary Anna Billups, Walda Shockey, Betty Lou Miller, Dolores Tracy, Luis Rojas, Lars Garton, Richard Hackman.
Third row: Johnny Hart, Lyle Griep, Leo Goeke, Ronnie Phillips, Donald Buckman, Pat Healey, Mac Howard, Keith Stout, Gordon Stout, ll, L. Lapp,
Larry Dennison, Robert Pell, Robert Royer, Robert Hogenson, Robert Vance.
Besides presenting an assembly program, singing for over a
dozen high schools, vvornen's clubs, and civic groups, the Col-
lege Chorus under the direction of Miss Phradie Wells, sang
selections from Handel's Messiah December 12 in Kirk Audi-
torium, including "Unto Us a Child is Born," and the "Halle-
Forming the chorus for the opera "New Moon" in April
will be another highlight.
Front row: Dolores McDonald, Donna Phillips, Nancy Morris, Carolyn Cragg,
Ewing, Doris Dinwiddie.
Now in its fourt11 year, the Nemo Singers is an a cappella
choral group open for anyone interested in singing.
Besides presenting several numbers in pre-assembly singing,
the Nemo Singers travel with the band on its annual tour in
March. Three ofthe most-sung numbers Were: "Adoramus te"
by Palestrina, "Sleepers Awake" by Bach and "Deep Water"
Lou Stout, Charlotte Gunselman, Norma Wilson, Geri Campbell, Faye
Back row: Leo Goeke, Ron Phillips, Pat Healey, Mac Howard, ,lack Caldwell, Lars Garton, Dick Perkins.
Fifi! raw: Frederic Kirchberger, Jack Ranney, Elsbetll Hagemann, Harold Cleveland, Katheryn Bagley, Shirley Leber, Betty Goad, Keith Stout, Faye Ewing, Mac Howard.
.S'era1m'r'ouf.' Annegert Hessenbruth, Beth Allen, Leon Karel, Mrs. William Kuchera, Allene Keller, Bonnie Skinner, Jennie Sue Allen, Rex Moyer, Carolyn Cragg, Agustin
Herrera, Miss Wilson.
Tbirdraw: Jay Hatton, Sonja Louden, Pat Healey, George Burghoffer, Robert Hogenson, Leo Goeke, Doris Dinwidrlie, Gordon Stout, Dick Perkins, Norman Truber, Will-
iam Kuchera, John Fiala, Wayne Burghoffer, Ronnie Lee Thomas, James Cole, Karl Webb, conductor, janys Harmon.
Despite the difficulty in obtaining string instrument players,
"complete orchestration" could describe this year's orchestra
under the direction of Karl Webb.
Presented December 12 and February 27, two concerts high-
lighted the orchestra year. Besides accompanying the College
Chorus in "The Messiah," the orchestra presented "King
Stephen Overture," "Symphony in G Minor," "Roumanian
Such familiar tunes as "Lover, Come Back to Me," "One
Kiss," "Softly, As in the Moriiing Sunrise," "My Heart is Ach-
ing for Someone," and "Mary Ann," were heard in Sigmund
Romberg's opera, "New Moon," presented both Senior Day,
April 18, and for the students and public, April 19.
Rhapsody No. I," and "Alphonso and Estrella, Overture," at
the December performance in Kirk Auditorium.
Assisted by Katheryn Bagley, clarinetist, the February con-
cert featured "Strong in Thy Strength," "Concerto in A Major
for Clarinet," "Symphony in B Minor," "Pavanne," "Mid-
night Beguine," and "Perpetual Motion."
Filled with sailors, heroines, lovers, and noblemen, the
opera is a musical romance of the Spanish Main in 1788.
The cast, in order of its appearance, includes Nancy Morris,
Jack Lapp, Ron Phillips, Larry Dennison, Mac Howard, Leo
Goeke, Keith Stout, Robert Pell, Betty Lou Stout, Pat Healey
and Mary Jane Novinger.
Opem Carr, lefr to rigbf, Betty Stout, Miss
Phradie Wells, director, Lyle Griep, Larry
Dennison, Robert Hogenson, Robert Pell,
Keith Stout, Robert Vance, Leo Goeke,
Pat Healey, Mary Jane Novinger, Mac
Howard, Nancy Morris, and Ron Phillips.
Scared, Left to Rigllll Linda Heimer, Carolyn Huntsman, Doyle Hull, Glen Easterday, Ron Bailey, Martha Buchanan, Linda Fair, Barbara Kerls, Joan Barnett,
Eva Kephart, Azelene Kelley, Anna Grace Mitten, Joyce Hall, Marjorie Gordy, jim Thornton.
Standifzg, Left ta Right: Okle Conover, Waldo West, Norma Broadwater, Becky Crumpacker, Miss Agnes Slemons, sponsor, Edward Dodson, Tony Swain, Fred
Acurf, Shirley Shaw, Kenneth Barker.
Sporting technicolor nameplates and bannerlines on many of
this year's issues fred on most, with green for St. Patrick'sD the
Index had just received a First Place rating from the Columbia
Scholastic Press Association as the Echo went to press.
Special 16-page football and basketball issues, one with a
front page color cartoon a la the Chicago Tribune, and a Christ-
mas twelve-pager with a red bannerline, "For a Merry Christmas
-Safety First!!!" highlighted the year's work in B. H. 208.
Trips to the Associated Collegiate Press convention in
Washington, D. C. in the Fall and to the University of Missotiri
journalism Week May 6 gave Index journalists a glimpse of other
college newspapers and their staffs. MCNA president Glen
Easterday presided at the M.U. college newspaper day in May.
Spring quarter staff members not pictured above included:
Kenichi Asato, Donald Baskett, Peggy Carr, Ruth Fishbach,
Barbara Lee, John McElfresh, and E. Stanley Ray.
Handling the ads were Eva Kephart, business manager and
Raymond Williamson, advertising manager. Clicking the keys
were typist Pat Shelton and linotypist Edward S. Dodson.
Miss Agnes Slemons, adviser, and H. Greene Simpson,
typographer, gave the final word.
"Now if we F1111 jnrt win it again," there Im1'ex m'itru'.r and their adviser
Jpljl hopefully of th: Firtft Plate ZVICNA Plaque won fLl.YIV1't'fll'. Smled: Agnes
Slemons, adviser, Linda Heimer, winter editor, Stmuliug, jim Thornton
and Bara Kerls, spring co-editors. Thornton was also editor during
the fall quarter.
Fifirt row, .rmtcdx Ling Kang Yeh,
Caroline Stokes, Betty Goad, Linda
Heimer, Shirley Wares and Jane
Anne Bucks. Xcrafzd r-au -'.' Ray Will-
iamson, Ron Bailey, Barry Green,
Russell Harrison, Mac Howard,
Charles Esterline, james Keller,
Russell Vannoy, Dean Easterday,
and LaVerne Dudeck. Not pictured,
Class presidents, fraternity and sorority presidents, editors and promise of future usefulness," are listed as requirements for
and business managers, Student Council odicers, scholarship members, selected by 21 Campus Committee-
Winners, and other student dignitaries, seventeen in all, were B ld , , ,H f . ' f P Vd
. . .. , esi es receivin a certi cate o reco nition rom resi CDE
selected to appear in the 1955 directory of Who s Who Among g g
Students in American Universities and Colleges", Ryle in the final assembly of the year, a placement service is
-fgcholal-Ship, Cowpemtion and leadership in academic and maintained for the benefit of seniors and graduates. Nomina-
extracurricular activities, citizenship and service to the school, tions come from approximately 600 colleges and universities.
Debating their way to a 550.00 award by the
College Board of Regents were Robert Shearer
and Glen Easterday. The pair competed against
Keith Stout and Charles Esterline in this all-
Teachers-College duel of Words, held Febru-
"Resolved, that the United States extend
diplomatic recognition to the communist gov-
. f l H A "Nice debating, haw," J'lU'.f zlebafe roarlv .Yherozl Collins a.r he bandf a X25 :beck each lo
C1 nlnent O China: Wzls the debate topic- Dum Euftrrdfg' and Kaberr sb6lll'L'I'.
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Pep Kalb: Bnlldagr, Bfllld, m1rlCf.f1pping Humlr
QIINII .Yl7fl'ltL1' lVm'e.r and Her Court
Touched on' by a Pep Rally with Orval
"Aggie" Craig, '29, as guest speaker and
Shirley Wares crowned Homecoming Queen
by Bulldog co-captains Bill Bowles and
Mel Loncaric, Homecoming concluding Sat-
urday with the Bulldogs' whipping Cape
Girardeau 21-7 and the Homecoming Dance
that night, starring the "New Sounds in
Music" 13-piece orchestra from St. Louis.
Eighteen floats and 27 bands spiced the
Homecoming Parade Saturday morning, with
the Agriculture Club Winning first in Class A,
Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity iirst in Class B,
and Baptist Student Union first in Class C.
Come Saturday noon the Founders Day
Luncheon honored the 1904 and 1929 classes,
While Dr. Maurice Woolf, '29, was guest
STvventy-tvvo high school bands massed
into a giant football formation at half-time
at the game, While the K-Club dinner hon-
ored the hungry, but Winning Bulldogs at
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dancers that evening were lead off by the
Queen's Dance with Shirley Wares and her
escort, Ray Mach.
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Setting an all-time high in receipts CS1,0l9.34, S300 ITIOYC than
last yearb, the Fourth Annual Trump Night of skits, prizes, kings,
queens and hair-letting-down in general, was topped off by the
crowning of Pat Ellett and Jerry Flynn as King and Queen of Hearts.
Topping twelve other skits with themes ranging from African
adventures, KSTC in 2000 A. D., and the plight of college athletes
to "Someone Should Have Told Her" and "If Women Played Cards
Like Men Do," were Sigma Tau Gamma's Blue Notes Glee Club,
directed by Maestro John Goetze, first, International Club's "The
Sun Never Sets on KSTC Students," second, and Alpha Sigma
A1pha's "School Daze," third.
Snake-charmer Valentine, Lion-tamer Selby, Flora Dora boys
and girls, Nico and Ryley Siamese twins and Jack the Gripper
Hensley starred in a wild "Three Ring Circus" faculty skit, an-
nounced by Barker Andrew Shook.
Holding the winning ticket in the grand drawing was Judy
Strom, winning a new clock-radio.
Top: Sigma Tau Gamma "Blue Notes" sing their way to Hrst place.
Midzlls: Second place International Club cast proves "The Sun Never Sets on K, S. T. C
Bartow: Carol Wegehoft in a daze in third prize Alpha Sigma Alpha skit, "School Daze
Amid gold thrones, a blue-pink crepe ceiling, wishing well,
picket fence border, and a bridge-and-grass-carpet entrance way,
over 500 students and guests Ca recordD danced four hours to the
music of Buddy Morrow's orchestra in Kirk Auditorium April 2.
With Echo Editor Russell Vannoy at the microphone of a P.A.
system that almost didn't arrive, eight Echo King and Queen candi-
dates were introduced at half-time in the glare of spotlights.
Gold crowns made by assistant editor Devvayne Wellborn were
then placed on the heads of Echo Queen Esty Purvis and Echo King
Bill Carter, both chosen by Buddy Morrow.
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Front raw, left to right: Ray Mach, George Anastasoff, Bill Carter, Mel Loncatic, Bill Bowles, Bobby Hall, Robert Smith, Steve Leyda, Frank Woodcock, Eddie Grezinger,
Seranrl raw: Coach Maurice "Red" Wade, Glendle Pickering, C. T, Allen, Ed Hull, Marvin McDaris, Donald Sylvara, Wilford Slaughter, Roger Schwartztrauber, Jim
Inlow, Leonard Mengwasser, Earl Wilson, Coach Kenneth Gardner. Third row: Ronald Bagley, Jim Rash, Charles Fitzgerald, Richard Whalen, Richard Dark, Dean
Adams, Don Healey, Gary Zbornak, Michael Brombolich. F0ltI'fZ7I'01ll.' Dale Smith, john Lawrence, Bill Thrasher, Jack Bowen, Ray Booker, Donald Roseberry, Ronald
Hesselschwerdt, Eldon Winkleman. Fifth raw: Bill Young,John Lawhon,Jim Harding, Don Zaleuke, Marv Silver, Don Sparks, Charles Merritt. Sixfb raw: Team doctor
Staley Slawsongjerry Bolin, O. D. Austin, Bob Tanner, Arthur Streb, Tom Turner, Ross Richardson, team manager.
"Our fourth straight M.1.A.A. championship," was again
the Bulldog byword, what with their 5-O record in conference
play, an overall record of 7-1, and 150 points scored as against
45 for the opposition.
Shutouts were registered against Southwestern College of
Kansas, 20-O, Fort Leonard Wood, 6-O, Springfield, 20-O.
Scored against but once in three contests, the Bulldogs
whipped Cape Girardeau 21-7, Warrensburg 26-6, and Rolla,
Closer was the margin over the Springfield Bears, 24-20, and
the lone loss to Missouri Valley, 6-O.
Scoring 8 touchdowns, O. D. Austin ranked second in con-
ference scoring with 48 points, while Ray Mach ranked a close
fourth with 31 rallies.
Placing on the UP M.I.A.A. All-Star team were co-captains
Bill Bowles and Mel Loncaric, along with end Glendle Picker-
ing and right half O. D. Austin. Mel Loncaric was also picked
for the N.A.I,A. All-American team.
"Salute to the Champions" was the theme of the annual
football banquet November 23, with Ernie Mehl, sports editor
of the Kansas City Star, as guest speaker, and with letters going
to 24 men.
HEAD CoAcH Mauaxca "RED" WADE LINE COACH KENNETPI GARDNER Besides the p1'CSCI1IZ:1tiOI1 ofthe M.l.A.A.
trophy to Dr. Norman White by Commis-
sioner John Waldorf, co-captains Bowles
and Loncaric were presented an additional
trophy by the Kirksville Quarterback
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Sewrzd Row Dale Coorts, Keith Wagner, Rodney Rogers, Syd Ross, Richard Parsons, Don Sylvara, Zeddy Davis, Dave Conyers, Harvey Maack.
Tlmd Rau Coach Boyd King, Paul Collins, Leon Hellmann, jim Phillips, Bob Stephens, George Pohlkamp, Jerald Mundell, Bill Hopkins, Don Parsons, Bill Ausmus
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Head Barkrtbafl Conrlv Boyd King afkr Coach Gm'zl11er.
Racking up 2,033 points for an average of over 80 points per game,
Coach King's Bulldog cagers not only won the M.I.A.A. crown, but also
advanced to the top-team NAIA tournament in Kansas City after brushing
off Central 89-74 and William Jewell 83-68 in playoffs at Rockhurst.
A close 86-85 loss to Western Illinois followed the Bulldog 82-70 victory
over Georgetown, Kentucky in the NAIA opener.
Scoring 55 points in the two games, Jack Beck was named to the NAIA
second team. Beck also lead the squad in regular-season play with a 20.9
average for 21 games. Don Parsons lead in field goal percentages with 48.8'Z,
while Beck lead in free throws with an
Scores for the season include:
Kirksville ................. 86
Kirksville. . . . . .72
Kirksville. . . . . .91
Kirksville. . . . . .66
Kirksville. . . . . .74
Kirksville. . , . . .68
Kirksville. . . . . .72
Kirksville. . . . . .69
Kirksville. . . . . .82
Kirksville. . . . . .71
Kirksville. . . . . .91
Kirksville. . , . . .68
Kirksville. . . . . .87
Kirksville. . . . . .94
Kirksville. . . . . . . .82
Kirksville. . . . . . .107
Kirksville. . . . . .81
Kirksville. . . . . .66
Kirksville. . . . . .78
Kirksville. . . , . . .98
Kirksville. . . . . . .91
Kirksville. . . . . .89
Kirksville. . . . . .83
Kirksville. . . . . . .82
Kirksville. . . . . . .85
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Topping 19 teams in four leagues was the Phi Sigma
Epsilon A team with a 3,0 record in the Missouri League
and victories over Xi Logos C58-281 Riots C43-33D and
Short-Timers C48-36D in playoff competition.
Copping second place were the Short-Timers, cham-
pions of the Midwest League C4-OD, while the Coaches
downed the Texas League champion Riots 54-50 for
Leaders in the scoring column included Dale Coorts,
Wesley, with 83 points in league competition, and Mel-
vin Moore, Nason, with 77.
League winners included: Muddobbers C5-OD in the
All-Star League C6 teamsj, Phi Sigs C3-OD in the Missouri
League C4 teamsbg Riots C3-03 in the Texas League C4
teamsDg and Short-Timers C4-OD in the Midwest League
Top: Champion Phi Sigs, from row, Jerry Dingle, Max Blackburn, Mel Loncaric, Jim
Staggsg Back, Bill Young, Jim Rash, Roy Blackford, Bill Bowles, Jerry Bolin.
Cmm-.' Runnerup Short-Timers, from raw: Richard Bertram, Roger Jarman, Jim Rey-
nolds, bark, Tom Shalley, David Danclovic, Jerry Gregory, Donald Vanderlinden,
Bottom: Third place Coaches, from raw, Glendle Pickering, Lynn Lubberingg bark,
Roger Schwartztrauber, Gary Zbornak, Ralph Harris, Don Healey.
Buttle-royal under the barks! in 1?lfI'd7l1IH'l1IfZ'I1l7l.f
Raw one: Glendle Pickering, O. D. Austin, Frank Woodcock, Bobby Hall, George Anastasoff, President, Ray Mach, Vice-President, Sydney Ross, Secretary, Dick Hack-
man, and Bill Carter.
Raw two: Chuck Merritt, Ed Hull, Wayne Martin, john Lawrence, Al Schif, Max Blackburn, Marvin McDaris, and Roger Schwartztrauber.
Raw three: Marv Silver, Gary Zbornak, Eldon Winkleman, Rich Dark, Leonard Mengwasser, Jerry Bolin, John Nuhn, Mel Loncaric, and Don Sparks.
Rawfnnr: Charles Fitzgerald, Donald Healey,Jim Rash, ,lack Beck, Bill Ausmus, Bill Hopkins, Don Parsons, Dave Conyers, Bill Bowles, Ken Barker, and jim Inlow.
Paying for the snazzy-new glass trophy Case in Kirk Audi-
torium was the major goal of this year's K-Club lettermen,
successfully met by the K-Club all-college dance January 21.
With 35240.22 receipts, S126 paid for the trophy case with
plenty to spare for dance expenses.
Assisting during Homecoming and ushering at athletic
events are other K-Club duties.
K-Club Ofiicers were: George Anastasoff, president, Ray
Mach, vice-president, Sydney Ross, secretary-treasurer.
With over 25 men reporting, Coach Kenneth Gardner's
track squad was delayed somewhat by the NAIA basketball
tourney and a snow-swept stadium during much of March.
Facing a tough schedule at home and away, the cindermen
took third place in the MIAA indoor meet at Columbia March
19, following but one week of practice.
Also on the schedule were meets at Wartensburg, Maryville,
Washington University, Rolla, the MIAA conference outdoor
meet at Cape Girardeau and the Drake Relays at Des Moiiies,
as well as Simpson College and Missouri Valley competing on
home grounds April 19 and April 26.
1955 Truck Sqllfld, front, feff
fo right: Donald Roseberry,
Carroll Bibee, John Nuhn,
Glendle Pickering, Don
Healey, Ronald Hessel-
schwerdt, Torn Turner, C. T.
Second raw: Leonard Meng-
wasser, manager, Donald
Baskett, Dale Coorts, Ed
Hull, Duane McDonald,
Gerald Mundell, Bob Ste-
phans, Donald Wilson, Rich-
ard Maack, Coach Gardner,
Third raw: Dale Smith,
Robert Bright, Donald Hag-
an, .Ioe Johnson, Richard
Hackman, Max Blackburn,
Kenneth Barker, Jim Rash,
Bill Ausmus, Melvin Moore.
Left ta riglvt, Carolyn Huntsman, Carol Williams, president, Janet Gut-
ting, Judy Hassell, Mary Sue Machin, Judy Kottmann, Judy Moore,
Allene Lau, Rita Green, Mary Ann Caldwell, Donna Phillips, Nancy
Morris, Esty Purvis, Shirley Reed, Lois Mclleynolds, Pat Mead, Shirley
Wares, vice-presidentg Leila Peterson, Jani Reed, Mary Lou Bills, Judy
Greeno, Mary Ann Turner, treasurer, Lois Ogle, Phyllis Sallee, Rita
Ross, Okle Conover, Marilyn Bowden, Carolyn Wegehoft, Carol Cole-
man, Thelma Yaeger, Dorothy Kearns, Nancy Hedges, secretary, and
Shirley Baxter. Center, Martha Spath, sponsor.
W. A. A. ojicerr rtrikc u pretty pare
Fraut, Esry Purvis, recorder of points, Phyllis Sallee, historian,
Judy Kottmann, Judy Greeno, intramurals managers. Back, Mary
Ann Turner, treasurer, Nancy Hedges, secretary, Shirley Wares,
vice-president, Carol Williams, president, Miss Spath, sponsor.
From dart parties and selling pencils printed with basketball pro-
grams to an intercollegiate W.A.A. Sports Day, from a penny carnival
to an all-girl basketball tourney, from archery, volleyball, and bad-
minton tourneys to an Awards Banquet in May, the Women's Athletic
Association is "on the go."
Leading off with a coke party for 48 guests in September, W.A.A.
gave the bows and arrows a workout in the October Archery tourna-
ment, won by Mary Lou Bills. The W. A. A. Speed-Away title was
taken by the freshmen in November.
Taking first place in intramural basketball was the Alpha Sigma
Alpha team, although later losing 39-37 to the All-Stars in a hard-
Besides awarding the traveling intramural trophy to the best all-
round team Cwon last year by the Independentsl, this year will see team
and individual sportsmanship awards as well.
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Tap, left, Watching artist Bob Marshall CHRLMHD put finishing touches on division pages, C. Shelton, assistant business manager, Charles Esterline, business managerg
Russell Vannoy, Editor-in-Chiefg Dewayne Wellborn, assistant editor. Top renter, Typist Pat Shelton pecks away on Echo copy. Top right, Business managers Shelton,
Esterline finger the cash.
Bottom left, Dewayne Wellborn, Becky Murch at work on the coverg Bottom miter, Marjorie Gordy gives her Royal a workout, Bottom right, technical adviser Kurt Ballard
and Editor Vannoy go over the dummy.
One-hundred twenty-eight pages of work Cplus a two-color
cover and an end sheet as welllD faced Echo Editor Russell Van-
noy and Assistant Editor Dewayne Wellborn, while paying for
it all again faced business manager Charles Esterline and assist-
ant business manager J. C. Shelton.
Topping three other cover designs in a vote by the art classes
was a two-tone red and black job by Becky Murch. Our budding
Walt Disney, Robert CURLMHD Marshall is now more certain
than ever of wanting to be an osteopath, after sweating out 8
division pages of caricatures of faculty and students.
Chief shutter-snapper was photographer John Goeke, with
Kenneth Sykes of Sykes Studio, doing the night work.
Giving loads of technical advice and doing the lettering
was Kurt Ballard, whose third-floor Baldwin Hall room became
the virtual Echo office.
Special thanks must go to the Personnel Orlice in checking
names and activities, to the Dean's Oflice for sending all those
Echo packages "Special Delivery", to the Business Office
for storing the cash and writing those Echo salary checks
so promptly, to the Ofiice of the President for invaluable sugges-
tions on the faculty and administration sectionsg to the Echo
Board in being so patient with the editor's demands for more
colorg to Mr. Ralph Kolb of the Burger-Baird Engraving Com-
pany and to the entire staff of the Journal Printing Company.
Allen, Cecil H. 16, 28, 92
Allen, Lula M. 16, 76
Allen, Norvell 24, 70
Ballard, Kurt 27, 124
Barnett, Otho L. 24
Beggs, Berenice B. 26, 68
Bell, Max 23
Biggerstalf, J. L. CEn1eritus3 27
Biggerstaff, L., Dr, 17, 22
Black, John D. 23
Bowers, Orville E. 12
Bowman, Dean 27
Bray, WillisJ. CEmeritusj 23
Browne, Sylva G. 19
Browne, Walter A. 25, 72
Browning, Bessie 19
Cleveland, Harold 27, 95, 97
Clevenger, Lewis fEmeritusJ 23
Cole, Duane 24, 70, 78, 88
Collins, Sherod J. 26, 73, 99
Croarkin, Eugene 24, 74
Crooks, Forest L. 14, 28
Cunninghan1, Earl C. 25
Dailey, Irene 27
Barkley, Gene 18
Bauer, Ernest 18
Black, Mrs. John 15
Bohon, Kathleen 15
Bnlick, Helen 14
Carter, Alice 15
Dudgeon, Phyllis 15
Aber, Burton 43, 72
AbolofT, Winifred 48
Acuff, Charles 33, 90
Acuff, Fred 48, 66, 90, 98
Adams, Dean 48, 89, 110
Adams ohn 21 48 90
,J , ,
Adkins, Velvadean 43, 71, 82, 94, 95
Agee, Bell 54
Ahn, Chong Taik 48, 86
Alcocer, Carlos 54, 73, 76
Alcocer, Ricardo 54, 76
Easton, Hamilton P. 25, 72
Elam, Charles 12
Fawcett, Vera E. 26
Gardner, Kenneth 22, 110, 114, 119
Goetze, John C, 27, 78, 90
Gosch, Geraldine 22
Hagemann, Hans H. 26
Hensley, Jack 26
Hood, James 25
Hook, Ethel 19
House, Ralph 16, 28
Jamison, George 23
Karel, Leon 27, 88, 97
Kauzlarich, Charles E, 24, 74
Kearney, Flora 26
King, Boyd 22, 114
Kirchberger, Frederic 27, 97
Kline, Albert P. 23
Kline, Vivian W. 23
Knobbs, Pauline D. 16, 25, 72, 77, 93
Kohlenberg, Gilbert C. 25, 72, 78
Leslie, Glenn F. 28
Maddox, Delbert E. 22
MaGee, Llora CEmeritusJ 22
Magee, Viola 26, 84
Martin, Charles W. 28
Mawhinney, Eugene A. 25
McKinney, Robert L. 12
Mickelson,J. H. 24
Miller, Ivan E, 28
Minor, William T. 24, 66
Mittler, Eli F. 14, 28, 67
Monay, Ralph 24
Mook, Mary Ann 22
Morris, Howard 18
Iwlurphy, Clarence 28
Nicoletti, Pete 15, 28
Park, No Yong 25
Patterson, Nita 27
Pattinson, Sallie 28
Ramon, Michel 26
Richardson, Noah P. 14
Rieger, Wray M. 23
Ewing, Mrs. Eva 20
Filkins, Wanda 12
Funk, Dan 18
Guffy, Carl 16
Hamilton, Dena 9
Hanes, Harlie 18
Hating, Beth 13
Hawkins, O. E. 18
Holman, S. P. 18
Kearney, Katherine 17
Keim, Lora 18
King, Shirley 15
Lair, Ted 18
Lingenfelter, Frances 12
Moore, Benny 18
Baldwin, Carl 54, 75, 91
Baldwin, Louise 54
Barker, John 43, 89, 98
Barker, Kenneth 54, 119
Barkley, Eleanor 43, 68, 71, 80
Barnes, Carol 48, 71, 79
Barnett, Jane 54, 94
Barnett, Joan 54, 98
Baron, Virginia 48, 76
Barron, William 54
Baskett, Donald 54, 77, 89, 119
Alger, Nilene 54
Allen, Betty 54
Allen, Clarence 48, 110, 119
Allen, Jennie Sue 54, 84, 92, 94, 97
Althiser, Lois 75, 76
Anastasoff, George 43, 88, 110, 112
Baxter, Shirley 48, 82, 120
Beall, Barbara 43, 84
Bealmer, John 43
Beck, Jack, 33, 86, 114, 115, 119
Beddow, Dorothy 54
Beltzer, Judy 48, 80
Benn, Mason 54, 69, 91
Anesi, Louis 43, 72, 73
Angelo, Marilyn 48
Armbruster, David 48, 66, 72, 90
Asato, Kenichi 58, 76
Atkinson, Norman 33, 70
Ausmus, Bill 48, 114, 116, 119
Ausmus, Shirley 54, 81
Austin, O. D. 33, 110, 112, 119
Avilez, Alejandro 33, 94, 95
Ayer, Dwayne 43
Azinger, Al 48, 66, 70
Azinger, Robert 54, 70, 86
Bachman, Richard 54
Bachmann, Marjorie 48
Bergmann, Lily 54, 71
Bertram, Richard 48, 118
Bibee, Carroll 119
Biere, Shirley 48, 94
Bills, Mary Lou 43, 78, 80, 92, 93, 120
Billups, Mary Anna 43, 74, 75, 76, 96
Bilyeu, William 43, 90
Binder, Billy 48
Bingham, Alden 33, 72
Blackburn, Max 48, 89, 118, 119
Blackford, Roy 88, 118
Bochy, Richard 54
Bonderer, Lawrence 43, 70, 90
Bool1er, Gary 54
Katheryn 43, 94, 95, 97
Bagley, Ronald 54, 110
Bailey, Enid 43
Bailey, Leta 48, 94
Bailey, Ronald 33, 67, 68, 73, 77, 78,
86, 92, 98, 99
Baker, Gerald 54
Baker, John 54, 66
Baker, Virginia 33, 75
Baldridge, Frances 33
Booker, Ray 54, 110
Boone, Beverly 48
Bowden, Marilyn 54, 76, 120
Bowen, Jack 55, 110
Bowles, William 34, 88, 100, 110, 111
Bradshaw, Jerry 55, 72
Brand, Laneta 43, 80
Branscom, Marjorie 43
Brantner, Shirley 34, 72
Breen, James 55
Breen, John L. 55
Bright, Robert 55, 119
Brittain, Joyce 48, 80
Broadheld, Kermit 48
Broadwater, Norma 55, 72, 98
Brombolich, Michael 89, 110, 112
Bronson, John 55
Brookhart, Richard 34, 75
Brooks, Charlene 48, 71, 78, 79
Brooks, Howard 55
Brown, Ronald 43, 88
Browne, Richard 43, 92
Brun, Helene 34, 76
Brundage, Peggy 48, 77
Bryant, Arthur 43
Buchanan, Guy 55, 72
Buchanan, Martha 55, 96, 98
Buckman, Donald 55, 96
Bucks, Jane Anne 34, 68, 74, 99
Buford, Ella Mae 55
Burchfield, Harold 34, 90
Bnrghoffer, George 94, 95, 97
Burghoffer, Wayne 94, 97
Burk, William, 43, 73, 90
Burnham, Mary 55, 75
Burton, Beverly 55
Butler, Roberta 55, 71
Butterfield, Byron 49, 72
Caldwell, John 43, 90, 96
Caldwell, Kathleen 55, 68
Caldwell, Mary Ann 49, 82, 96, 120
Calvert, Tom 55, 94
Cameron, Gary 88
Campbell, Geri 43, 71, 96
Campbell, Ruth 49
Cardwell, Shirley 55
Carr, Peggy' 55, 71
Carson, Dean 34, 90, 94, 95
Carson, Nancy 55
Carter, Bill 34, 78, 88, 104, 107, 110,
Carter, Nola 55, 82
Cason, Lois 34
Rodney, Robert M. 26
Rosebery, Dean A. 23, 78, 86
Rothschild, Felix 28
Ryle, Walter H. 9, 10, 11
Selby, Paul O. 13, 24
Shao, Bing Kun 25, 72
Shook, Andrew 17, 26
Simmons, Lucy 25, 72
Slemons, Agnes 26, 68, 98
Spath, Martha 22, 120
St. Clair, Richard 14
Strub, Paul 27
Sykes, Kenneth G. 17
Towne, Ruth 25, 72, 82
Valentine, Ralph E. 27, 71
Wade, Maurice E. 22, 110
Wade, Nan E. 26, 68
Warhurst, Margaret 22
Webb, Karl E. 27, 97
Wells, Phradie 27, 96, 97
White, Norman 22, 103, 111
Zoller, Alma K. 17, 22, 80
Niece, Carmie 18
Patterson, W. E. 18
Ransom, Rosie 20
Roseberry, Betty 18
Samuels, Leo 18
Spears, Charles 18
Stookey, Carole 14
Cassaday, Perley 34
Cassady, Marie 49
Chadwick, John 34, 88
Chapman, Carol 49, 84, 94
Chaverri, Bertha 43, 71, 76
Childers, Victor 34, 67
Chung, Joe Dock 32, 76
Chung, Sally 44
Churchwell, Thomas 44, 72, 74 88
Clanin, Douglas 91
Clausen, James 88
Cleeton, Sharon 55
Coat, Jack 34
Cobb, Kenneth 21, 49
Cochran, Dom1a 44, 82
Cokerham, Richard 34, 70
Coleman, Carol 44, 69, 120
Collins, Paul 55, 114
Colton, Frank 49, 90
Conlon, Onie May 20, 34
Conover, Okle 55, 69, 71, 98, 120
Conyers, David 49, 114, 119
Cool, James 55
Cooley, Alfred 49, 91
Coorts, Dale 56, 114, 119
Cornwell, Marilyn 49, 84
Courtney, Kenneth 56
Cowgill, George 91
Cox, Edward 32, 68, 75
Cox, Marilyn 56
Cragg, Beryl 44, 90
Cragg, Carolyn 49, 84, 96, 97
Cragg, Joan 56, 82
Crim, Evelyn 56
Crooks, Roger 56
Cross, Charles 56
Crow, Robert 32
Crumpacker, Rebecca 49, 82, 98
Cundiff, William 86, 92
Dale, Marilyn 49
Danclovic, David 49, 118
Daniels, Bobby 44
Daniels, Robert 49, 70
Danneman, Jean 35, 74, 78, 79
Dark, Richard 44, 89, 110, 112
Davenport, Delpha 49, 72, 73, 77, 84,
Davis, Kenneth 49
Patricia 44, 96
Davis, Zeddy 114, 116
DeAngelis, John 90
Dennis, Warre11 49, 71, 91, 94
Dennison, Larry 56, 96, 97
Dennison, Randle 44, 90
DesCamp, Victor 56, 91
Detwiler, Ronald 56, 75
DeWitt, Norma 56, 79
De Volld, Sue 49, 82
Diekmann, Margaret 56
Dingle, Jerry 49, 89, 118
Dinwiddie, Doris 35, 71, 75, 94, 96, 97
Ditmars, Mary 56, 84
Dixon, Janet 49, 74, 75, 96
Dodson, Edward 72, 98
Donlon, Don 21, 56, 89, 94
Donovan, Thomas 21, 49, 66
Doty, Gerald 49, 72, 91
Doty, Wallace 35
Downing, Harold 49
Drummond, Vernon 56
Dudeck, LaVerne 35, 68, 71, 76, 84, 99
Durnal, Roberta 49
Dye, Shirley 35, 82, 92
Dyer, Bill 75, 89
Easterday, Dean 35, 66, 70, 75, 86, 99
Easterday, Glen 49, 69, 73, 86, 98, 99
Eastin, Richard 56
Eastin, Wallace 56
Eatock, Bob 74
Edwards, Patricia 49, 84
Edwards, Ted 89
Eitel, Jeanette 35, 71
Eitel, Linden 35, 70, 86
Eliades, Meletios 49, 72, 76, 91
Ellett, Pat 35, 80, 103
Ellicott, Robert 56
Ernst, Patricia 49
Esterline, Charles 35, 66, 67, 72, 73, 90,
Evans, Carol 49
Evans, Catherine 56
Evans, Jerome 44
Ewing, Faye 56, 71, 73, 84,
Fair, Linda 76, 98
Favier, Dale 50, 89
Ferree, Robert 44
F1a1a,Jo1m 56. 73, 77, 94,97
Galloway, Linda 50, 69, 74
Figge, Charlene 50
Fischbach, Shirlee 56, 73
Fitzgerald, Charles 56, 89, 110, 112,
Flick, Shula 72
Flynn, Jerome 35, 90, 103
Ford, Carolyn 56
Forke, Jolene 56, 84
Foster, Alice 50, 76, 96
Foust, Virginia 50
Fowler, Carrol 56
Fox, Janet 56, 81
Franklin, Charles 50
Franklin, Jason 75, 76
Franklin, Richard 44, 78, 90, 104, 105
Fregoe, Viola 50
Fremon, William 56
Gallup, Marilyn 35, 68
Gardhouse, Marilyn 44, 79
Gardner, C. Hugh 91
Gardner, Larry 57
Garton, Gary 57
Garton, Lars 57, 96
Gaston, Betty 35, 71, 75
Gilreath, Dallas 57
Gilreath, Eleanor 35
Gima, Chosuke 35, 74, 76
Giovannini, Charles 57
Glaser, Marilyn 50
Glaspie, Richard 57
Glick, Anne 57, 81
Goad, Betty 36, 75, 82, 94, 95, 99
Goeke, James 36, 91, 103
Goeke, Leo 57, 71, 91, 94, 96, 97
Goeke, Richard 74
Gonnerman, Dottie 50, 75
Gooch, Joe 44
Goodding, Carolyn 44, 75
Gordon, Larry 36, 70, 89
Gordy, Doris 50, 75
Gordy, Marjorie 57, 98, 124
Gould, Dean 44, 91
Graham, Edith 57
Graves, Lewis 57
Green, Barry 36, 66, 67, 69, 92, 93, 99
Green, Rita 50, 84, 104, 105,
Green, Ted 44, 91
Greene, Jerry 36, 66, 67, 86
Greeno, Judith 44, 75, 80, 93
Gregory, Jerry 36, 118
Grezinger, Ed 110
Griep, Lyle 57, 71, 96, 97
Grim, George 57
Grim, John 50
Grisamer, Donald 57
Grob, Thelma 57
I-11111, Edward 50, 89, 110, 112, 119
Huntsman, Carolyn 44, 84, 98, 120
Hustead, Norma 58, 69
Hutchison, Marilyn 58
Ingraham, Betty Lou 44, 77
lnlow,Jim 37, 89, 92, 110, 119
Jacobs, Charlotte 50, 71, 74, 75, 84
Jacobs, Janice 50, 75
Janes, Esther 37
Jarboe, Marijo 58, 81
Jarn1an, Roger 118
Jarvis, Homer 58
Jenkins, Carol 58
Jennings, Kermit 51
Jerome, Lorraine 51, 69, 74, 75, 81
Johanboeke, Michael 44, 66
Johns, Sharon 58, 72, 81
Gunselman, Charlotte 44, 69, 71, 84, 94
Gutierrez, Bienvenido 76
Gutting, Janet 57, 84, 120
Hackamack, Kathleen 50, 75
Johnson, Don 45
Johnson, Dorine 37
Johnson, Dorothy 58, 84
Johnsoni Jack 51
Hackman, Richard 50, 75, 96, 114, 119
Hagan, Donald 57, 119
Hahn, Donald 57
Hahn, Earl 36
Hakkak, Hassan 32, 76, 103
Hall, Bobby 50, 89, 110, 112, 119
Hall, Joyce 57, 82, 98
Halley, Norma 57, 75
Hamada, Louis 50
Hammer, Darrel 44
Hammons Donald 50
Hanes, Carolyn 57, 75, 81
Hanes, Lavena 57
Harding, James 44, 110
Hardy, Susanna 36, 77
Harp, Jack 20, 50, 91
Harp, Jerry 20, 50, 91
Harrelson, Melvin 57
Harris, Ralph 57, 118
Harrison, Billy 57
Harrison, Donald 57
Harrison, Russell 36, 72, 91, 99
Hart, Johnny 44, 71, 96
Harvey, Charlotte 36
Hassall,J11dy 57, 84, 120
Hayes, Darla 57
Hays, Charles 44, 70
Hays, Eileen 57, 69
Head, Betty 57, 75, 76
Heald, David 58, 77
Heald, Myra 50, 71, 94
Healev, Donald 36, 11.0, 112,
Healey, Patrick 36, 91, 94, 95, 96, 97
Hedges, Nancy 44, 78, 84, 93, 120
Heimer, Linda 36, 68, 73, 77,
98, 99, 103
Hellmann, Leon 58, 114
Helton, Donna 74
Helton, Carl 58, 75
Hendrix, Milton 36
Henry, Charles 21, 58, 91
Henry, Robert 58
78, so, 92,
Herrera, Agustin 44, 76, 91, 97
Herrick, Charlotte 68
Hesselschwerdt, Ronald 50, 70, 110, 119
Hessenbruch, Annegert 36, 76, 97
Hiles, Billy 58
Hinshaw, Rita 58, 75
Hodges, Robert 37
Hoemann, James 50
Hoffman, Magdalene 37
Hoffman, Raymond 50
Hogenson, Robert 58, 71, 91, 96, 97
Hong, Kichul 58, 76
Hoog, Frank 37, 72, 91
Hoog, George 58, 72
Hopkins, William 44, 114, 116, 119
Horn, Nancy 37, 68, 74, 82
Houston, Shirley 44, 96
Houtchens, Wade 50, 91, 92
Hover, Marian 58
Howard, Mac 20, 37, 67, 71,
95, 96, 97, 99
Howes, Gene 58
Hudson, Virgil 37
Hughes, Owen 50, 66, 70
Hull, Doyle 58, 89, 98
91, 92, 94,
Johnson, Joseph 58, 119
Johnson, Mary 58
Johnson, Merilyn 45, 82
Jones, Bertha 38
Jones, Dolores 38, 69, 74, 79
Jones, Ida 58, 75
Jones,John 38, 66, 70, 87
Kakazu, Margaret 58, 74
Kamei, Millicent 58, 76
Kaneshiro, Bertha 58, 74, 75, 76
Kearns, Dorothy 51, 69, 71, 75, 78,
Kearns, Georgia 45
Keller, Allene 38, 75, 94, 97
Keller, Carl 38, 70
ames 45 66, 72, 75, 91, 94,
Keller, Jean 58, 72
Kelley, Azelene 58, 75, 94, 98
Kelly, Terry 58, 92
Kelly, Patricia 51
Kent, Esin 38, 76
Kephart, Eva Holly 38, 72, 98
Kerby, Claetta 51, 74, 82
Kerls, Barbara 59, 98
Kessler, Keith 45, 89
Ketcham, Jean 38, 74
Kim, Chung Soon 38, 76
Kim, Helen 38, 76
Kim, Hang-Sun 76
Kim, Youngai 51, 76
Kimberly, Arthur 38, 74
Kimberly, Doris Jane 45, 74
Kincheloe, John Major 45
King, Larry Gene 45
Kittle, Josephine 38, 74, 75
Klein, Leo Francis 38
Klitenic, Maxine 38, 68, 73, 77
Klocke, Wilma 51, 84
Kneeland, Susan 51, 75, 76, 82
Koigawachi, Akie 38
Koo, Yung Jun 45, 76
Kooreman, Thomas 59, 77
Korsen, Anna Marie 45, 74, 76, 84
Leonard, Evelyn 59
Leonard, Mary 45
Leyda, Stephen 45, 89, 110
Lie, Harold 32, 72, 76
Lindberg, Hjalmer August 51, 75, 89
Lindsey, Doris 45
Linhart, Donald Samuel 39, 72, 89
Link, Mary Elizabeth 59, 84, 94
Lintner, Catherine 80
Loerke, Nevin 39, 68, 74, 85
Loncaric, Melvin 39, 89,
112, 118, 119
Long, Donna 39
Loumaster, Janice 59, 81
Lubbering, Lynn 45, 118
Luman, Dorothy Jean 59
Lyons, Nelda Grace 59
McAfee, Donald 39, 89
McAnaw, Richard 20, 39, 72, 89
McBee, Lewis 70
McCabe, Mary Ellen 45
McCartney, Marian 51
McClaskey, Billy 45, 66
McClaskey, Mary Irene 51
McClimans, Gordon 45, 72, 91
McCracken, James J. 59
McCullough, Sue 45, 81
McDaris, Marvin 51, 89, 110, 113, 119
McDonald, Dolores 45, 71, 84, 96
McDonald Duane 59, 119
McDonald, Karold 39, 74, 87
McHargue, Carlene 59, 75
McKenzie, Shirley Ann 59
McMasters, Carolyn 59
McMillan, Robert 59
McNabb, James 45
McReynolds, Lois 39, 120
McRobert, Shirley 51, 82
Maack, Harvey 59, 89, 114, 117
Maack, Richard 114, 117, 119
Mach, Raymond 39, 89, 110, 113, 119
Machin, Mary Sue 59, 84, 94, 120
Maddex, Lewis 59, 91
Madorin, Fred 59
Magers,J. E. 51
Magruder, Jack 51, 89
er, Sue 40, 68, 74,
Mahurin, Ronald 51
Maloney, William 51
Mann, Jack 59, 89
March, Joan 59, 94
Marshall, Robert 51, 72, 124
Martin, Ronald 59, 66, 91
Martin Wavne 45, 66, 119
Maron: David 59
Kottmann,Judy 51, 77, 78, 84, 93, 120
Kraus, Samuel Lewis 59, 75
Kroeger, William 51, 72, 75, 77
Krueger, Jeannette E. 45, 68, 69, 74
Kunioka, Lillian 45
Kuniyuki, Hazel R. 45
Kunte, Carlos 76
LaBonta, Louis 39
LaFaver, Patsy 59, 75
Lambert, Nancy Kaye 59
Lamm, Donald 59, 114
Lapitan, Nathaniel 32, 75, 76
Lapp, Jack 51, 72, 91, 104, 105
Lapp, Mary Lou 39, 74, 82
Larson, Joan 51
Lau, Allene 39, 120
Lau, Estella 39
Lawhon, John 51, 110
Lawrence, John 45, 110, 119
Lay, Vera 51, 74
Leber, Shirley 45, 71, 78, 82, 94, 95,
Lee, Barbara 39, 68, 71, 73, 73, 33
Lee, Mary Beth 51
Lehr, Robert M. 59
Lemen, Verrel 39, 89
Mason, Jacqueline 59, 69, 81
Mason, Joycelynn 45, 69, 74, 85
Masters, Shirley Ann 59, 77
Maulsby, John 40
Maupin, Elvin S. 60
Mavraganis, Constantine 60
Mayers, William E. 45, 66, 74, 87
Meacham, Margaret Anne 46
Mead, Patricia 50, 69, 75, 120
Meehan, Michael Joseph 51
Mengwasser, Leonard 21, 110, 113, 119
Merritt, Charles 40, 89, 110, 113, 114,
Mever, Marvin 51
Miller, Betty 51, 75, 83, 96
Mills, John 60, 91
Mineat, Bruce 52, 66, 70
Minor, Roland 60, 89
, Anna Grace 60, 69, 98
Mohr, Freda 60, 75
Barbara 60, 73, 81
Moore, Jerome E. 52, 73
Moore, Judith Ann 60, 84, 96, 104, 105,
Moore, Marilyn 60
Moore, Maurita 46, 85
Moore, Melvin 60, 119
Moore, Merlin James 60
Moore, Robert 40, 72, 87
Moors, Kay 52, 80
Moran, Frances 40
Morlan, Ruth 60
Nancv 52, 71, 83
Mosley, Charles 52, 87
Mulford, Donna Lee 40
Mullenix, Ronna 52
, 96, 97, 120
Mundell, Jerald 20, 46, 114, 119
Munden, jean Russell 60
Murch, Rebecca 52, 84, 124
Murfin, Shirley 52
Murphy, janys Ann 40, 68, 69, 73, 76,
Mustoe, David 60, 89
Myers, Edwin H. 52, 66, 70
Myers, Phyllis Valene 52, 74, 75
Nagamine, Mitsue Noreen 60
Naggi, Donna 52, 84
Neeley, Duane, 70
Neeley, Russell 52
Neilson, James 32, 67, 68, 69, 72
Nevins, James Russell 60
Newman, James 32, 89
Newman, Wayne 60
Nichols, June 52
Nicoletti, Rosalia 60, 71, 75, 94
Nishimura, Myrtle 46
Noble, Don 52, 75, 89
Nogamine, Noreen 76
Northington, Floyd C. 40, 72
Novinger, Mary jane 60, 96, 97
Novinger, Phil 52, 89
Nuhn, John H. 52, 119
Oakes, Frances 52
Ogle, James 60, 89
Ogle, Lois Sinele 40, 74, 81, 120
Orwiler, Beverly 40, 74, 83, 104, 105
Orwiler, Geraldine 60, 82, 96
Oshiro, Shinjun 40, 72, 76
Overstreet, Albert 60, 70
Overton, Betty Lou 20, 52
Overton, Mona M. 40, 68, 69, 74
Ozer, Siral 46, 76
Paap, Carole 52, 82
Paek, joseph B. 52, 76
Pagitt, Noel 40, 75, 87
Pak, Chan Hyun 32, 76
Parker, Kay 40, 83
Persons, Don 52, 114, 117, 119
Parsons, Richard 60, 114, 117
Pash, Ladd 60, 89
Patton, Deane 52
Payne, Maurice 46, 66, 67, 72, 91
Pearson, Melba jean 60
Pell, Robert 96, 97
Pendergast, Philip 41
Peoples, Marian 46, 69, 74, 81
Perkins, Dick 46, 91, 94, 95, 97
Perry, Thomas Parker 60
Peterie, Neil 40, 68
Peterson, Fern 60, 93
Peterson, Leila R. 46, 81, 120
Peterson, Lynne Anne 60, 81
Phillips, Donna 61, 71, 77, 82, 94, 96,
Phillips, James 61, 114
Phillips, Ronald 46, 66, 69, 71, 87, 93,
9 , 97
Pickering, Glendle 41, 110, 113, 118,
Piercey, Hectorine 46, 72, 74
Pippert, Dick H. 61
Pitney, Ben 41
Platz, Howard 41, 66, 67, 70, 73, 87
Pohl, Harold 61, 114
Pohlkamp, George 114, 115
Poole, Jeanne 52, 71, 82, 94, 95
Pope, William 72
Portugal, Jaime 76
Potter, john 46
Powell, Jesse Lewis 46
Prange, Norman Dewayne 61
Prescott, Allen 46, 72
Price, Paul 61, 91
Priest, Nell Sue 61, 82
Primm, Patricia 41
Purvis, Estalene 46, 83, 104, 107, 120
Pyun, Chi Hang 52, 76
Rash,James 52, 89, 110, 114, 118, 119
Ray, Marion 46, 89
Ray, Robert Paul 61
Redding, Patricia 20, 46, 81
Redman, Carol 52, 75
Redman, Virginia Ann 52, 71, 74, 75,
76, 94, 96
Reed, Jani 61, 81, 120
Reed, Ronald 52
Reed, Shirley 85, 120
Reed, William 52
Rettinghaus, Darlene 20, 21, 46, 75, 96
Reynolds, james 51, 118
Rhodes, Kenneth 61
Rice, jack 46, 72
Richardson, Ross 52, 110
Riley, Mary 41
Riley, Sharon 61
Ritter, John 41, 72
Rivela, Mario 76
Roan, Margaret 61, 69
Robison, Harold 52
Robison, Norma Jean 52
Rock, Fred S9
Roebuck, Calvin E. 52
Rogers, Rodney 61, 114
Rogers, Charlene 61
Roiashlose Luis 52, 76, 96
Roquet, David 61
Roquet, Paul 41
Rose, Lavada 52, 81
Roseberry, Betty june 61
Roseberry, Donald 52, 89, 110, 119
Ross, Betty 61, 75
Ross, Rita Faye 46, 71, 120
Ross, Sydney 114, 117, 119
Royer, Robert 96
Royse, Edward 61, 70, 89
Runge, Glenda 52, 72, 82, 96
Ruse, David A. 52
Russell, Kenneth R. 52
Sailor, Helen 46, 71, 78, 79
Sallade, James 41
Sallee, Anne 46
Sallee, Phyllis 53, 71, 120
Sanders, Donald 68
Sanders, Shirley 46, 83
Sanz-Agero, Jose-Luis 53
Schif, Al 114, 119
Schupbach, Ann 61, 84
Schwarztrauber, Roger 46, 110, 113,
Scott, Charles 41, 72
Scott, jerry 72
Seaboldt, Ralph 53, 75, 114
Seaman, Eloise 53, 71, 76, 83
See, Wilma Lois 61, 71
Sefrit, Betty Sue 53
Seidt, Marvin joe 53
Sellaro, Rita 46
Sibayan, Bonifacio 32, 74, 76
Silver, Marvin 47, 110, 113, 119
Simler, Ellis 61, 89
Simler, Keith 47
Simpson, Elizabeth Ann 47, 75
Simpson,Jack L. 61, 70
Sinele, Lois 53
Singleton, Rita ,Io 61
Skinner, Bonnie Jean 61, 94, 97
Skinner, Colin 61, 73, 76, 77
Slaughter, Wilford 53, 110
Sloneker, Marilyn 62, 94
Smith, Dale Burton 62, 110, 119
Smith, Mary Louise 53, 81
Smith, Robert 110
Smithson, Beverly Ann 53
Snow, Robert 41, 87
Sosa, Eva 62
Sparks, Donald 110, 113, 119
Spicer, Michael 60
Staggs, James 62, 89, 118
Steel, Lynne 62, 75, 96
Steele, Andrew A. 53
Steele, Joseph 21, 62
Stephans, Robert 53, 119
Stewart, Patricia Ann 62, 85
Stidmon, Leola 53, 81
Stigall, Robert 62
Stokes, Caroline 41, 68, 99
Stokes, Dwight 70
Stone, Marilvn 62, 82
Stout, Betty 'Lou 53, 73, 77, 83, 94, 96,
Stout Gordon 62, 75, 94, 95, 96, 97
Stout, Keith 41, 67, 91, 96, 97
Streb, Arthur Lee 53, 110
Strom, Judy 53, 81, 93
Sullivan, Mary 47
Sung, Samuel K. 76
Swain, Tony 91, 98
Swartz, Norma Jean 62
Swayze, David 72
Sykes, ,Iacquelyn 53
Sylvara, Donald 110, 113, 114, 115
Von I-leiland, Erlinda 32, 76
Vorhees, John 72
Waddill, Ellis Gene 63
Waggener, Donna Lee 63
Wagner, Keith 114
Wait, Frances 53, 71
Walker, Robert 63, 72
Walker, Ruby 63, 75
Wallace, Roy 53, 70
Ward, Loretta W. 42
Wares, Shirley 11, 47, 68, 74, 78, 81, 99,
100, 102, 120
Warner, Jerry 63
Watkins, Mary 63
Watson, Jeanette 63, 84
Weber, Gene 42, 77
Weber, Marilie Schrock 42
Webster, Carole Ruth 53
Wegehoft, Carol 53, 81, 120
Welch, Alfred 42, 91, 93, 94
Wellborn, Dewayne 42, 66, 91, 124
Wellborn, Elaine 63, 77, 84
Wellborn, Leslie 63
Wensel, Gail 63
Werr, Marilyn 53, 69, 74
West, Delno 63, 66, 75
West, Waldo 98
Western, Mary Ann 63
Whalen, Richard Francis 63, 110
Wheeler, Marilyn 63, 84
Whirrett, Martha 47, 75, 85
White, Anita 53, 72
White, Terry Anne 42, 68, 69, 74, 85
Whitney, Larry 63, 66, 91
Wickizer, Patty Ann 63, 84
Wilgus, Betty Lou 53, 81, 92
Wilhite, Richard 47
Williams, Alan 21, 63
Williams, Gwen 63, 82
Williams, Raymond 63, 94
Williams, John E. 63
Williams, Kenneth 42, 67, 91
Carol Kellev 47, 78,
Alice M. 62, 69
, Carolyn Sue 62
Tanner, Robertj. 62, 110
Williams, Phillip 21, 53, 91
Williams, Ralph 21, 63
Williamson, Donald 53, 89
Tapley, Patricia Anne 62, 96
Taylor, Barbara Ann 62, 82, 96
Terry, Max E. 41, 89
Thomas, John 53, 66, 72, 76, 91
Thomas, Ronald 62, 71, 94, 97
Thornton, James 53, 98
Thrasher, William 62, 110
Thurston, Charles 62, 75
Tomoyose, Eiichiro 32, 72, 76
Townsend, Paul 62
Williamson, Raymond 42, 78, 89, 99
Willis, Glaza Beth 42
Wilsey, Bennie 53, 75
Wilson, Donald E. 63, 66, 70, 119
Wilson, Earl 53, 110
Wilson Faye 84
Wilson, Jerry 63
Wilson, June 53
Wilson Leona 63
Wilson Mary jean 42, 81
Wilson Norma 53, 71, 83, 93, 94, 96
Tracy, Dolores Jean 53, 69, 75, 33,
Tracy, JoAnn 62, 69, 74, 75, 82
Troester, Terry A. 53, 91
Truber, Norman 62, 72, 73, 94, 97
Truitt, Donna Jean 62, 96
Turner, Bob D. 62
Turner, Carolyn Ruth 62, 81
Winklelnan, Eldon 63, 110, 113, 119
Wiseman, Mary Louise 63, 74
Wolfe, JoAnne 63, 84
Wood, Gerald D. 47, 70
Wood, Minnie Sue 63
Wood, William 63
Woodcoclc, Frank 53, 89, 110,
Woods, Charles A. 47, 70, 87
Seward, Charles 53
Seward, Wilda 46
Sexton, Doris jean 61, 76, 84
Shadid, Shirley 53, 81
Maridonna 46, 72, 78, 83
Tommv 53, 118
shaujshifley R. 61, 73, 84, 98
Shaw, William 46
Shearer, Robert 73, 99
Sheltonhlohn C. 47, 72, 75, 91, 124
Shelton, Patricia 47, 73, 77, 83, 124
Shkolnick, Stanley 47, 72, 73, 76
Shockey, Walda Ann 61, 71, 96
Shoults, Charles 47
Shugart, Kenny Dean 61
Shull, Kay 61, 71
Shurlow, Wilma 47
Turner, Mary'Ann 53, 81, 120
Turner, Nelda 82
Turner, Thomas 52, 110, 119
Turney, Donald 62
Tuttle, Vauncille 62
Uralman, Engin M. 62, 91, 104, 105
Vance, Robert 96, 97
Van der Zwan, Elisabeth 41, 76
Van Dyne, Iris Louise 42
Vandelinden, Donald 118
Vannoy, Russell 42, 67, 78, 91, 99, 104,
Vansickle, Donald Gene 47
Varwig, Harry 62
Vineyard, George A. 62
Woolbright, Letha 47, 74, 75
Woollen, Lloyd 47
Wright, Harley T. 47, 91
Wright, William Alan 63
Yaeger, Thelma 42, 69, 120
Yamamoto, Elaine H. 47, 75, 76
Yardley, Shirley June 63, 81
Yawata, Betty 47
Yeh, Ling Kang 42, 75, 76, 99
Young, William 63, 89, 110, 118
Zaleuke, Donald 21, 63, 89, 110
Zbornak, Gary 47, 110, 113, 118, 119
Zong, Mi-Og 47
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