Truman State University - Echo Yearbook (Kirksville, MO)

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Cav-fwz 1962 Echo .f ji , X 1 " J ' 'fn , VJ Northeast Missouri l 415: i-- State Teachers College Owl if ' ' ,N Klrksvllle, Mo. . ,, V . af Verily the shadow of Joseph Baldwin envelops the students and all their activities -- academic and social -- at KSTC. "An institution is the lengthened shadow of one man," and our Alma Mater is the shadow of that man who envisioned a future in which the great destiny of our nation would demand teachers of a high quality. With the words "Thorough scholastic training lies at the foundation of a teacher's education" he set Kirksville State Teachers College on a near-century of noteworthy service in providing such educators. - ' Each student who pauses to glance at the lone figure in the heart of our campus may well be awed at the countless lives influenced by those teachers who have come to learn at this college and have become dedicated in his tradition. - This year has recorded dynamic growth and achievement in the Baldwinian tradition. 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Administrative offices are located on the first floor to guide hesi- tant students through a prosperous college career. i Allxil. fa, FV r- lx ffl ' -'ik ie is-55' X W2-E Z "Jiri heaped .1 W. . +1 M . 54.1 ' 1 gf "file" -1-11 14 sgfmi i ,. 1 .X 5.5 Easy N, Wy Record Year . . . No midway barker was needed to cry "Step right up! Getcha picture taken here!" to keep the I.D. card photographers in business with this fa1l's ex- ploding enrollment. , 3- v m LS. College fee assessors put the heat on freshmen already beat from the Sep- tember heat wave. if increased enrollment Interesting new acquaintances struck up on the steps of Baldwin Hall soon help the shy freshman lad cut those apron strings. 5 f ,f 'W wg - sag w , V. fi 111 ' I!!! V I L- ' "f w KX-X XX if A , , I-'llm"www"ww9" 'T "ie I H 31355 -E ' "' " " M W 'www ww ww ' -w ww "Www" Zisww V ,w my NNI! ww iamwwu- 6Lgwww.5 wavHww iawxxww we-.zegfgzgwwhw Q i 133 www www ww N awww . 'aww G w w .L W AE' .wif -.1-gf , A ' A W ,N Nw! 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N .Hg ml Hmm Wg-31111 V 5 f,,Wtt it ,Q WitWnJgggggfglllgWlllw , lx l WWW Wu will V Nuuml H :Tw ,H H , 'Wm A N Wj,W'l, ' -wi ' H gjgffzgs M 1 ML, H H , , , ,WH W W HH , ,ll " " Snow-laden Nason Hall, middle section of the girl's dormitories, exhibits beauty of Mis- S0l11'.l.,S colorful winters. increasing the dorm capacit to over 1,000 I s . fs- ' , . H I P f l ' n N H wx 1 ' M. in Grim Hall, a home for freshmen girls, looks serene on the outside, but who knows what 'hap- pens on the inside? Signing out for a night at the library is only part of the daily routine in Blanton Hall. 7 .. wwumsasflg, H mu" W. ,W,,y',ll,g,,,l..'..w.."..' 'H,,Mgg,,m-mlqqq l We may be lively now, but wait until we finish at 5 a.m. Football co-captain, Allen Church, proudly crowns Carla Cun- ningham 1961 Homecoming Queen. Carla was elected by a pop- Queen Carla alights from her royal chariot to pose for our ECHO photographer. 8 ular vote of the student body to reign over an exciting week-end consisting of the pep rally, float building, parade, ballgame and dance. Freshmen class was all fired up to "Douse the Bearcats" with their ancient fire engine. l 'P'-an 4 lg, i " 'vin . ri 1' V 4:3.Blhs5 at A large number of students and alumni enjoyed the Homecoming Dance at Rieger Armory which climax- ed the day's festivities. Music for the evening was furnished by Bill McClanahan and his orchestra. Art Club comes through with a "first" to take the Homecoming traveling trophy for the best float over-all. 1961 Homecoming crowd tops previous years' records it B is B 'B ' 6 5 1 .,,f . llfffl5ff!lll1ll"l'aE Q' - is A it A beautiful fall day brought a record crowd to cheer the Bulldogs on to victory over the Maryville Bearcats! The seating capacity of the stadium was filled early before the game with standing room only for the late- COIHGTS. 9 Homecoming Court .5 1 Y m why ww W Wigs? I ,, ,Www gggxzw m SI .' Q L .!'!' Miss Judy Baker, Sigma Sigma Sigma MQW" ,U A ,asf ,whMi,mNjf5" i f Ejfimi' 5VV-W'iG"'5H,,"'1,,"',,, H 2 'wifi ' - N N 4559" -L i Y n WW "TES: , - H W' ' 55 Q new w w gif Q +ii+ii 1 M 'WWC - ww - Q iw, ntl ,vw W K is Miss Alma Anderson, Alpha Sigma Alpha iiviyii a i i . i 1 we 5155? iw swiss iir E El 1 . ., . Miss Marilyn Vetter, Delta Zeta , ff -- f ' - , 23- H' 'f 92 . Z. TW L' if ,E if 1 agp wi. N , S W ' ' A an - g w 'E is ig M - I ' ,iafaf F 1 eii +++ii iii , m M Miss Peggy McFry, Independent T2 " :W wx H H uw J a as H 5321 N w uw -ga. W5 me Q w f H H az: 1 Q? ya uw A EQ 5 Q. :HEX .34 -is rx ww B, is ig -2 A ,Q W. aw- u ,. W WW1i.."' 1 T H A H X XX MAE? I If , " vw' XX XX XX X X H we ww H uw .4 ww Xa wwwwgmyxx XXX XX XR? X X aw? ,H HM 1, X - f Me., Xyigijgww , ' W H ff u1a,,W,.. --S, 5,f... 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Men's intramurals promote active athletic interest Director Ralph Pink's enthusiasm for the Men's Intramural Program permeated what appeared to be the entire male enrollment at Northeast Missouri State, as record numbers of participants again demonstrated their desire for athletic competition. Even the most serious of the introverts set aside their books and be- came, in some small measure, definite contributors to a necessary, and an efficiently-run, program. Fleetball served to boost the year's intramural activities into orbit. The Phi Sig All-Stars were the only fleetballers to maintain their altitude as they romped home with the school championship. Else- where, the 7:30 Freshmen Grads soaked up a mud and water filled trench with groaning Phi Sigs, and in the process became the new tug-of-war champs. ln termination of fall outdoors events, Rich Man- tione toured the 1.7 mile course ahead of all other Turkey Day runners in record time. For his effort, he became the possessor of a live turkey. Following the pattern of recent years, intramural basketball was the choice of the multitudes, again dem- onstrating an increase in popularity. Badminton, table tennis, indoor tennis, and the free throw tourney, like- wise captured the interest of more men students. As Bermuda shorts became observed in increased numbers, the clank of horseshoes and the crack of soft- ball bats became familiar sounds, indicating that intra- murals had once again stepped outside. With the event- ful track and field meet, another year of successful intramural competition was completed. Phi Sig's hope for another tug-of-war championship are more than dampened. Y' !lfI .i,,lLli flE1 - l l l --.i-f -..........,.- - - -- - I i "Men, a wild swing won't put it over where you want it.?' Student coach Jack Jones demonstrates volleyball technique in boys' gym at Greenwood Elementary. "Ladies and gentlemen, you hold the key to America's futuref' To the student teachers of KSTC this statement might be applied with particular em- phasis. Climaxing his preparatory course of study, the student teacher serves an "apprenticeship" in which to test his skill. He observes experienced public school teachers in action and then applies know-how acquired during his four years of college. Existing demand for more and better teachers coincides with the age of astronauts and increased school enrollment. Kirksville, the only so-named Teachers College in Missouri, is stepping up its cur- riculum to accommodate the record number of as- piring teachers pursuing their education. Who learns more -- student or student teache Rembrandt with water colors? Edwin Smith presides over a Greenwood grade school art class, as regular teacher Mrs. Lou 14 ise Trent supervises his efforts. KSTC,s varied curriculum requires dexterity --w-qs Greatest thing about this piano class is not being able to hear the sour notes. All music teachers are required to have a basic knowledge of the piano. Six to the middle and back to the bar! Square dance well and you'11 be Dance Class star. l Don McVeigh blows a cool sound in the or- gan practice roorn while preparing for band and brass class. 15 Dr. Pauline Knobbs' thorniest problem in her "Problems of the Modern World" class is where to seat the record enrollment. Serious minded college students rate professional instruction l sl . - . . Wh D .. VI F 1 d k h' Dr. Greenbank types his bio-ecology tests 1n small prlntg all in grgneilaf Slfemgifrgnlagjaalfsstlfigrigeggiggi seem to be in deep concentration. industrious. Hubert Wheeler Regent Ex-Officio Board members facilitate campus growth Mr. Hubert Wheeler has been State Commis- sioner of Education since 1947. He serves as ex- officio member of the Board of Regents. For the ultimate authority in solving all col- lege problems it is necessary to tum to the Board of Regents. It is they who confirmthe appoint- ments of all college faculty members, determine the general operating policies of the College, and hold all the purse strings. With the growth of the school, the work of the board becomes increasingly complex and time- consuming. No civic authority renders more vital service to any community than the Board of Regents. The six members of the Board are appointed by the govemor, with the approval of the State Senate, for a term of six years. Seated: Elmer F. Gieselman, Macong P. M. Marr, Milan, presidentg Edward E. Swain, Sr., Kirks villeg J Andy Zenge, Jr., Cantong Henry M. Boucher, Memphisg Ed Jayne, Kirksville. Spring Quarter again finds Dean Rieger supervising registration activities. Dean Rieger enters his office prepared for another busy day. Dean Rieger's unusual hobby, glass blowing, provides him with a relaxing pastime. Dean ieger conquers the complexities of his office Dr. and Mrs. Rieger shown in their residence at 516 South Halliburton. "If each of us will do his very best each day, then he can face his fellows and himself with the knowledge that he has done all that he can." Living such a philosophy' ably represents the calm, deliberate manner and sound judgment of our Dean of Instruction, Dr. Wray Rieger. An asset to Dr. Rieger's present position is his past experience with KSTC which began in 1927 as a laboratory assistant. He soon became an in- structor, and his ability as an educator soon mer- ited him a professorship and Head of the Division of Science and Mathematics. In 1960 he was ap- pointed Dean of Instruction. Dean Rieger has proven himself a true friend of education and a true friend of youth, one whose courage and leadership we can trust implicitly. Architect's drawing of Ryle Dormitory for girls. On January 6, 1959, a Planning Committee of the faculty was appointed whose function was to lead in formulating a long time program for the expansion and development of the teacher education program of the Missouri State Teachers College. This committee attempted to establish and organize the framework for a long time program that would cover all phases of our College's activities. V During the past year our College has grown to new heights. The enrollment reached nearly 3,300 stu- dents. Dobson Hall, a new dormitory housing 484 boys, was opened last September. The construction of another new dormitory housing 618 girls will soon be started. This is a good beginning but only a mere be- ginning of the program proposed by the Planning Com- mittee for the growth and development of our College during the next decade. I consider the ECHO as one of the important factors in the expansion and growth of our Teachers College. Its publication demands much effort and time on the part of many students who are to be congratu- lated on a iine publication. Walter H. Ryle President fi fslgf' far at N LM., 'ia L- ' lr: zziEEMll..".. zo Dr. Ryle approaching Baldwin Hall for another afternoon of detailed administrative duties. President Ryle, an excellent administrator ill, President Ryle and his wife in their residence at 820 East Patterson. Our president, Dr. Walter H. Ryle, has served the college in various capaci- ties. These include Professors of Social Science and Head of the Bureau of Placements. But his chief contributions have been in the field of administration. Appointed in 1937 as President of KSTC, Dr. Ryle has been throughout the years a tirelessworker and a great orga- nizer. The forward march of KSTC through the past 25 years has been large- ly due to his vision and his indefatigible efforts. In the present academic year new records have been set: enrollment ex- panded, dormitories built, and faculty en- larged, all outward evidences of the tan- gible progress noteworthy throughout all the years of President Ryle's administra- tion. rw ., u 1 w MAL. , M 1,1 V551 " 'vu uw uw" 52533, " H W 'wrlimgigjfw H u k. , , 25 Erwin ,In fr' 1 x .f Some students come to college for books. Others come for parties. But the majority of students who come to KSTC have a broader goal in mind. They come to the Teachers College first to learn facts and then to learn how to apply them. For the enterprising student the campus is a community with all the cultural and social opportunities of a metropolis. Every week the stage is set for spectacular entertainment---classical or jazz, international celebrities or student stars. Every student has his interests. Every department has its followers. And to fulfill the interests of the students and the departments there are lectures and activities every week. This is campus life at KSTC. Not just books and classes. Not merely parties. But dances and plays, concerts and lectures, work and play are all an intricate part of the life in this campus com- munity. Features : Nit in., ,L ligase ' , 'Q , 4" mln., 4 - 'lv rf.:-'imma Y, ,. gram g ,,"wi4'i,,1,!Q-1-'asia . . 'tue 1 g!lfg,Q.,, Wai 4 .- Y ,-t N. ii 1' fr 'zfi-'i:i35'3 ji.. , f,,.Qr"'h V. f V, ig '- L, -it xlt,,in,wfQZa'ff H V 'www gsgagsiiisif -ni Q7 4 Lf fgwifigv .4 Parents spend a day on campus Proud parents wait to register at our Parents' Day festivities. Student social committee serves parents at reception on their day. '47 Student Council president, Gary Hendren, wel comes the honored guests in sociability hall. Baton twirling classes have been offered in the College Aca- demic program since 1939. Karl Thurman, International Men's Twirling Champion joined the faculty, later to be assisted by his sister, Mary Evelyn. "Thur- man's College Baton Twirling and Dance" was established in 1950, which conducts summer twirling clinics on nine college campuses. In 1959 a National Educa- tional College Sorority and Fra- ternity for Baton Twirlers and Dancers was founded on the KS TC campus under the guiding hands of President Walter H. Ryle, Dr. P. O. Selby, Dean Emeritus, and Mary Evelyn Thurman. Charter chapters, Beta Tau Delta Sorority and Beta Tau Alpha Fraternity, are the only ones of their kind in existence. Marianne Giovannani, Seated: Lavonne Stewart, Donna Matthews, Pat LaBrier, Lorrie Mills. Standing: Lana Smith, Etta Sue Drew, Mary Thurman, instructor, Linda Luther, Emily Lowe. Baton twirling makes history President Ryle presents the twirling trophy to the outstanding student at the summer clinic. Mary Thurman, KSTC Baton Twirl- ing Instructor. 25 Sig Kap's "Garden of the Gods" boasted many queens. Seventy-five coeds pledged four so- cial sororities after the rush parties concluded the latter part of fall quar- ter. Sig Kap's "Garden of the Gods", Tri Sigmais "South Seas", Delta Zeta's "Polynesian Paradise", and the Al- pha's "Alpha-Traz" furnished varied entertainment for their respective par- ties. Coffee hours and parties launch sorority rush Delta Zeta's went "whole-hog" in their Polynesian Paradise. 26 With cellmates like these, who couldn't be glad to go to Alpha-Traz? "The Brothers Four" have nothing on the Phi Sigs' "Swingin' Six" at the an- nual smoker. ' Champion Sig Tau beard-grower, Jerry Brooks, still says the girls don't mind go- ing through a little brush to get to a picnic. mokers and dances highlight men's rush season Fratemity smokers highlighted the opening week of rush sea- son as members acquainted rushees with their respective organiza- tions. After spending a night in France with the Phi Sigs, a re- tum to the old west with the Sig Taus, and the University Dance with the AKL's, rushees selected their future brothers by pledg- ing a social fraternity. Greek rush festivities ended with a record number of 101 men pledging the three social fraternities. AKL's "Playboys" go Las Vegas at their annual rush party. 27 Active Councils guide ana DOBSON HALL DORM COUNCIL--Seated: B. Sanders, Missou housefatherg Mrs. G. Holzmeier, house- motherg G. Wishmeyer, secretary-treasurer, B. Crocker, presidentg H. Smith, vice-president, N. Taira, N. Romanetz, J. DeNico1a. Standing: M. Cockerill, D. Filkens, J. Kennedy, W. Doyle, D. Gill, J. Ma- bry, C. Palmer, D. Burns, G. Pendleton. Stolen pillows, misplaced mirrors and other mis- demeanors are all problems of the dorm councils. These able leaders are chosen by the students to keep the dorms under control. All administrative actions of the dormitories are under the supervision of the dorm councils. J C 's i BLANTON HALL DORM COUNCIL--Seated: Mrs. Cragg, Nason housemotherg C. Cunningham, presidentg Mrs. Griffin, Blanton housemother. Standing: P. Lamb, treasurer, C. Huff, secretary, L. Jones, vice-president. Just time for one last "good-night" before 11 o'c1ock. tirect annual dorm functions Rush hour at Blanton Hall Cafeteria. BREWER HALL DORM COUNCIL--Seated: E. Murphy, vice-presidentg H. Wilson, president, Mrs. Clarence Williams, housemother. Stand- ing: J. McMurray, secretary, J. Curtis, treas- urcr. Council members are elected by the student to be brought before the residents, and handling body of each residence hall for the duration of grievances, councils are indespensible for the the year. Serving by supplying suggestions for im- smooth operation of dorm life. provement of dorm conditions, discussing issues GRIM HALL DORM COUNCIL--Seated: G. Shelton, secretary, B. Nice ly, president, A. Anderson, vice-president. Standing: Mrs. Y. Harden housemotherg M. Barber, treasurerg L. Myers, assistant housemother "And my sons were lost at sea," moans the father of The Antipholito to the Duke before his impending execution. Lights down . . . curtain up . . . the pla must go o Reviews hailed that "A Comedy of Errors" was truly a comedy with few dramatic errors. The College Players' production of Shakespeare's farce follows the antics of identical twins and their twin men-servants. An amateur cast became great friends, sharing their mutual enthusiasm. The fall quarter play was produced and directed by J. G. Severns, drama instructor. if , H ,uw 'Nu 9" ,qgg , Tom Moon and Ron Warmoth industriously perform the "behind the scenes" jobs that result in professional pro- ductions. 30 As the old story goes . . . they lived happily ever after King Bernie and Queen Joan occupy the hay encircled throne. Who needs chairs . . . for baled hay completes the atmosphere for the King, Queen and their Court. Barnwarming Dance revives square dancing Amid an atmosphere of baled hay, apple cider and country style music, the Colhecon Club and Agriculture Club presented their annual Barn- warming Dance. King Bernie Purdy and Queen Joan Moore reigned over festivities. They could have danced all night but, ohh, those callouses the next morning. ROW ONE: J. Tharp, H. Wilson, S. Shettle, L. Hendren, J. Worrell, C. Cunningham, G. Ruffino. ROW TWO: D Stine, M. Conover, J. Henry, G. Hendren, B. Weber, L Rhoads, J. Ward, I. Hibler. ROW THREE: W. Johnson, J Who's Who in American An ultimate goal of every college stu- dent is to be honored in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Thirty-one Teachers College students were listed in the annual roll call of out- standing collegians from over 800 schools this year. 32 Jepson, W. Mosher, G. Parker, B. Haley, D. Ba ley A . Church. ROW FOUR: L. Wickless, J. McDonald J Noble . K. McClure, P. Claywell, J. Jones. Colle es and Universities Chosen by an anonymous committee on campus, the selections are based on service, scholarship, leadership and promise of future success. Wayne Mosh- er, Gary Hendren, Hylah Wilson and Suzanne Green Shettle have been hon- ored for two consecutive years. "W W' Y f ' ' i 'Q Elw- History and Traditions Committee . l fb- 4 'T' 5 l i 5 or . plan Fonnder's Day Banquet Dr. James C. Wright Dr. Wright used the topic "We are on the Way" in relating advance ments in our National Educational System. Dmmgi 1 Good food, conversation and togetherness prevailed at the banquet tables. Founder's Day Banquet, fea- turing the fifth annual Baldwin Lecture, was celebrated by stu- dents, faculty members, alumni, and friends of the College. Founder's Day honors Joseph Baldwin who founded the school in 1867. J. C. Wright, Secretary, Com- mittee for the Advancement of School Administration, and As- sistant Secretary, American As- sociation of School Administra- tion, Washington, D. C., de- livered the address. ' Recitals require patience, perseverance, Aesthetic interests fill the lives of musical men--from the class- room to extra-curricular activities. Jan McDonald's Combo includes Rich Mantione, John Ault, and Ron Shroyer, Cries of NEIICOTC! Encoreli' reward hours of work at each music major's public recital. In cooperation with individual instructors, student musicians carefully con- sider selections a year in advance. The Recital is a major requirement for a B.S. degree in Music Education. and perfection Jan chose the works of Fitzgerald for his re- cital. Compositions of classic composers must be included in the performance of each music major. "Saraband" by Bach summarizes the superb talent of Wen- 34 deli. Doyle. Jerry Minshall sings selections by Schu' bert. After the performance, he will be honored at a reception. Talented Boys choir from Centerville, Iowa, performs be fore our student body. Well-groomed panel offers helpful hints at Good Grooming Week assembly. Assemblies, and Lyceum Programs entertain students Whether a football program at Pershing Build- ing or a lecture on the atom bomb in Baldwin auditorium, the weekly assembly programs are always enlightening and inspiring. Lyceum shows, held twice quarterly, included a lecture by col- umnist Drew Pearson and a stage show by the Canadian Players. Friendly usher, Judy Baker, checks Ginnie Robinson's ticket before a Ly- ceum program. Capacity crowd applaud the Canadian Players after their sparkling performance. as Turnabout is the mode for Twirp Week "Just two more inches," says little Marilyn Vetter and Faith Olson woudn't have to pay admission for Bill Purdy to the Twirp Week Dance. Twirp week, that wonderful week where the girls treat the boys, was held this year during the first week of February. The annual event was a profitable seven days, according to the boys. The student council sponsored af- fair climaxed with the Twirp Week Dance which was held on Saturday night. Admission was paid for the boys by one penny for every two inches of height. Bev Taylor obeys the laws of Twirp Week and plays the part of the perfect gentleman as she opens the door for Bryant Tate. "What do you mean I have to open his car door during Twirp Week," seems to be the at- titude of Barb Neiffert as she opens the door for Earl Waddill. Over-wrought students migrate to E1aine's each evening for a "quiet" coffee break. Even college students need time to relax Decisions, Decisions, nothing but decisions. Evidently, these Tri Sigma pledges haven't heard that too many cooks spoil the fudge. Sports f -E' Q' ? 5 ' r HAR fi'?tg,x refs- . X:-B x l:f's" vL .'ij f fr xi 22,352 Si itil. 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'N 1 1 1 11 'fy , " ' 5-'1,y,LQf 1111 5 - ' "i'Q1Zi,r Z-1 ' ' 11, XL 111 1' ' ' ' 159.5 5 :H 11 '111111111 L' 1111..,f'Lf1,j'4',,,"Q',T 1e:+---- -.1 , 1 1- . 1 1 111' ' ,,,"1:".,: 1 1,1 QiWfA111,, 1 ,LQ111.1,..,,.BkIE.,f1,,I1l w w .S 43 I V if 449' G , x 111 kong., ,V 5,1 4"N 49?-23 Swivel-hipped Jerry Germain eludes another Maryville tackler. Bulldogs open victoriously against non-league foes KIRKSVILLE 19 - WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE 0. Wil- liam Jewellis Cardinals were sent into rapid flight by the fierce bark of the Kirksville Bulldogs as a 19-0 win indicated a season of promise for the defending MIAA champs. The contest was not actually determined until the final stanza when two Jewell passes fell into the clutches of enemy defenders and eventually produced Bulldogs scores. The fine running of Jack J ones and Ted Michael dissolved any doubt as to the effectiveness of Kirksville's running game, left riddled by the previous year's graduation. KIRKSVILLE 27 - WASHBURN UNIVERSITY 9. Topeka, Kansas served as the scene of the second Bulldog triumph, and the Washburn University Ichabods were the sacrificial lambs. Riding home on the strong passing arm of Jack Ball and the defensive alertness of tackle Dave Grant, the swift, hard-hitting Kirksville machine shifted into high gear as it mowed down Washburn for the fourth consecutive year. KIRKSVILLE 28 - NORTHERN ILLINOIS 13. At the im- mediate outset of the contest, it appeared as though Kirksville was in for a long night after Northern had drawn first blood with rela- tive ease. It was just the inspiration needed by the Bulldogs as their half-hearted bark turned into the growling command NMUSHU, sending the whining Huskies scampering home. The devastating Kirksville attack racked up 425 offensive yards, with well over half of the total accounted for by the fleet running of Ted Michael and Jack Jones. Milt McPike launches an attack on a hapless Springfield back. 41 'Dogs pull Cape over top-pick Indians KIRKSVILLE 14 - CENTRAL STATE of OHIO 21. In a game that Central State was picked to win by three touchdowns, the Kv. Bulldogs came very near making pre-game prognosticators eat their words. The Marauders opened strongly, terminating their scoring in the third period before the Purple and White came to life. With but 24 minutes remaining to be played, Janks Morton maneuvered his 200-odd pounds into position for two Jack Ball pay-dirt pitches, putting the 'Dogs back into contention. A final Kirksville drive faltered, however, ending a modest nine-game winning skein. KIRKSVILLE 26 - CAPE GIRARDEAU 7. Kirksville took a giant step in its defense of the MIAA crown, trouncing pre-season pick Cape Girardeau with commanding authority. Following a first quarter defensive battle in which the muzzled Bulldogs could not move, Kirksville leased an attack that sent the Indians seeking the placidity of the Happy Hunting Grounds. Randy Jones, Janks Morton, and Joe Minton scored for Kv. KIRKSVILLE 36 - MARYVILLE 7. All 8000 Homecoming fans on hand at Stokes Stadium could not have been more de- lighted with the superiority displayed by the formidable Big Pur- ple. Not only did a Homecoming victory make the day brighter, but Kirksville retained possession of the famed hickory stick over arch-rival Maryville. The Bulldogs could do no wrong. Jack Ball had a particularly fruitful afternoon, passing for 295 yards and directing a ground offensive that racked up an additional 221 yards. Joe Minton was the scoring standout for Kirksville with 18 points while Jack Jones, Ted Michael, and Milt McPike 'also scored for the 'Dogsg Jones and McPike via the air routes. Quarterback Jack B all Janks Morton's slim chance of from a Rolla Miner. QE. Randy Jones nails a Warrensburg ball carrier from behind as George Grimshaw comes in to assist. Joe Minton leads the interference for speedster halfback Ted Michael. Big Purple annex second league title in row KIRKSVILLE 12 - SPRINGFIELD 7. In the most exciting finish staged by a Bulldog team in several seasons, Kirksville was forced by an ob- stinate S p ri n g f i e l d aggregation to march 83 yards in the final 25 seconds to obtain victory. The ,Dogs didn't score until the fourth period when Jerry Germain crossed the pay-off stripe. After unsuccessfully trying for a two-pointer, the scoreboard read 7-6 until all-conference quarter- back Jack Ball collaborated with Milt McPike on a desperation 19-yard pass to apply the coup de grace. Leading up to the climactic finish, Ball managed to radar in on Jack Jones with a 47- yard toss and to Germain with a 19-yarder. KIRKSVILLE 14 - WARRENSBURG 7. A 14-7 victory gave Northeast Missouri State its fourth consecutive conference conquest, but aside from that the contest gave partisan Bulldog ob- servers little to cheer about. The young Mules were indeed characteristic of their 'nickname as they stubbornly resisted any Kirksville offensive efforts past the first quarter when all the scoring occurred. It was during those initial 15 minutes that Ted Michael burst off tackle for 86 yards and a tally, and that Jack Ball lobbed a 45 yard pass to Randy Jones in the end zone. KIRKSVILLE 20 - ROLLA 7. With a victory over the Rolla Miners, the Kirksville Bulldogs be- came sole possessors of the Missouri Intercol- legiate Athletic Association championship. Al- though a very significant victory, it was not necessarily an outstanding one. The Purple and White tallied once in the first half, Joe Minton carrying over from the one. The final two Kirks- ville scores came on short plunges by Ted Michael and Bobby Watts in the final stanza. Allen Church C843 and Jerry Germain offer little aid to Bob- by Watts t42J in his thwarted attempt for additional yardage. Bulldogs post Win in initial bowl appearance KIRKSVILLE 22 - PARSONS COLLEGE 8. Never in the history of the school had KSTC made its appearance in a post-season bowl game, and thus it was with little surprise that the Bull- dogs were "up" for this one. The Parsons Col- lege Wildcats entered the Mineral Water Bowl contest with a perfect 9-0 won-lost record and a build-up which would have made any op- ponent's opportunity for victory appear bleak. The Bulldogs wasted little time in destroying Parsons' mythical superiority as Jerry German danced into the end zone with less than half the initial quarter gone. ln the opening minutes of the second stanza, Germain again tallied, fol- lowing on the heels of the first of two George Grimshaw interceptions. The Big Purple ended their scoring barely three minutes later on a pass from .T ack Ball to J anks Morton. To add spice to a sweet victory, Bulldog tackle Fred Lyles was named outstanding lineman of the game, while teammate Dave Grant, credited with 27 tackles, received the memorial award for best tackler. These Warrensburg Mules have definite ideas about stopping Mike Vaia, but the gritty little halfback is doing some think ing of his own. Five Bulldogs selected to all-conference eleven In a decade of head -coaching at Northeast Missouri State, Maurice "Red" Wade has direct- ed no finer team with more impressive creden- tials than the 1961 version of Bulldog gridders. With but a single blemish on their record, the 1961 Bulldogs established themselves as the most successful team in KSTC history with a 9-1 sea- sonal rnark. Included in Bulldog accomplish- ments were a victory in the first bowl game in the schoolis history, the Mineral Water Bowl in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, and an undisputed conference championship, the second in as many years. En route to the league title, the Northeast Missourians impressed conference coaches to the extent that nine regular squadmen were placed on the first two all-conference teams. Those named to the mythical eleven were senior end Milt McPike of Jacksonville, Illinois, sophomore tackle Dave Grant of St. Louis, senior guard Ron Stark of St. Petersburg, Florida, senior center Pat Claywell of St. Louis, and junior quarterback Jack Ball of Chicago. Bulldog representatives on the second squad included senior end Allen Church of East St. Louis, Illinois, junior tackle Fred Lyles of St. Louis, junior fullback Joe Minton of St. Louis, and sophomore halfback Ted Michael of Milan. End Randy Jones missed a second team berth by one vote. fiqggfqil' fi ' ' Y " X f.Y'Ifi'faf'-'a-an S 1' tv The men responsible for the direction of Bulldog football destinies: Maurice "Red" Wade, head coach, Bill Richerson, backfield coach, Kenneth Gardner, line coach. .,L,,Uf H was Ni iff' 1 ' -t ."::. 7..5'i.5':Z'i:'::.fi.x: if ' Q , Y' -1 fs. ,"' 1' gy' f ,a x V ' . wg' ,154 X 1, if ,gm 1 . Q 4 fl LE ,I i y x 5 gy L - X6 ,, 'A N Y if , .rj , xx ,,,, L Q 4,,,, ...s Q . if .4 1 Y 1,1 W u-I !v-V -1 X if ,. ,fi J.. I 2.135- , 4 , w L X H X Nr NM ' , 3 me 'nr' fly 'z , E, la! A 'ax 4,2 , , 5 :Q ' gn - W , B P 9 I -if fi'-:U 5 -um A u f , , .f .-, ,Q u -:1+a,.,. K xg 1 ,S Jw .5 an Q Bulldogs open with young squad Coach Boyd King could hardly command suf- ficient Bulldog spirit as he was faced with re- building a great Bulldog tradition around only four returning lettermen, the fewest ever under his long and highly successful tenure at Northeast Missouri State. These lettermen and other re- turning squadmen represented a meager 33'Z: of the previous yearis offensive punch, a figure lower than any other conference team. The Purple and White were slightly encour- aged with a season opening 62-52 victory over IOWA WESLEYAN, only to have waves of pes- simism fill the air following the next three en- counters. WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY applied the initial reverse spin in a 91-73 romp, and in doing so set an example for ROCK- HURST COLLEGE, the Hawks tiptoeing home 74-71. The redoubtable SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY Salukis continued the Bulldog skid by posting a 110-76 conquest, representing the highest point total ever amassed against a Bulldog team. Gary Hendren I :E , "1 - 7' i 1 ffjf 1 , ' 'L' 31 3 -w ,im I ' 1, W V , , 1 . , ' Milt McPike Ed Brown struggles for possession of a rebound against an early season adver- sary. it w ,. I Bob Simpson scores against Cape Girardeau. Big Purple ca ers show signs Tasting the sweetness of victory for the second time, the 'Dogs meshed 28 of 30 free throws in disposing of WILLIAM PENN COLLEGE, 74-67. A four point lost to perennial rival, QUINCY COL- LEGE, ended all competition prior to the MIAA Holiday Tournament. ARKANSAS TECH provided first round action for the win-hungry Bull- dogs, but the Purple and White cagers faltered again, 70-60. Kirksville finally found the range against ROLLA, and then streaked superbly past the SPRING- FIELD Bears to capture fifth place. Sen- ior standout MILT MCPIKE, who smashed both the single and three-game rebounding record, was the only Kirks- ville representative on the all-tournament team. n I 1 . 3, ,Y I l , , if-, A ' - I P F 1 ll' A mu HJ, - Zggggitgi L . Y, , , I Nu, , ' M viii? :K u .' Jerry Germain of promise 4 0 I I "l 7 -i I V . s as V. s ' ' ' --View V ff . A ', an 1 . -fe. I t , .N Eg. , W,:, . 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Three more narrow de- feats constituted the season's longest losing streak for the Bulldogs. WARRENSBURG added a 78-74 blem- ish to Kirksville's already unsightly record, and SPRINGFIELD followed suit with a 99-96 overtime win, despite Eddie Brown's 26 markers. The WAR- RENSBURG Mules again kicked the 'Dogs a smarting blow, the final score ending at 70-69. Jerry Germain poured 27 through for KSTC. ent'Rirksville:sV.Ier1:v7Ge-rmain fLb'1QffnQS1iiBQ Jitleileif Once again hitting the victory trail at the expense of lowly ROLLA, Kirksville enjoyed that rare feeling of victory before succumbing to the voracious ROCK- HURST COLLEGE Hawks twenty-four hours later. Kirksville's hustling Bulldogs bounced visiting MARYVILLE out the rear entrance of Pershing Build- ing, 62-53, in an act of vengeance, treated QUINCY COLLEGE in an even ruder manner as the century mark was surpassed. Milt McPike and Dan Hrysko accounted for nearly one half of Kirksville's points. 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ROLLA fell be- fore the 'Dogs a third time, 91-74, before SPRINGFIELD could put the wraps on the Big Purple. The taste of an early season defeat by WESTERN ILLINOIS still lingered with the pesky Bulldog cagemen. Not let- ting up for a moment, the charging ,Dogs softened the tough Leatherneck quintet and pushed them off the Pershing Build- ing hardwoods to the tune of 82-76. The Purple and White closed the season on a happy note by taming the MARY- VILLE Bearcats, 69-50. Rack up two for the 'Dogsl , l ,aim ,r vi in Esau Mtg l Ed Brown Ken Norton Larry Wilgus McPike honored by all-league selection Upon reviewing the Bulldogs' unimposing 10-12 record for the 1961-1962 season, it would seem an act of hypocrisy to heap any plaudits upon the Big Purple. I-lowever, records don't always present the true story, as is the case in this instance. A large por- tion of the season was punctuated by frustration and disappoint- ment, and, with a few small turn of events, a losing season could well have been converted into a winning one. Of all the conference schools, only Cape Girardeau was able to defeat the 'Dogs by more than six points, and in a return en- gagement between the two teams, the Indians were fortunate to escape with their scalps. The Purple and White also avenged two non-conference losses with authoritative victories. Big Milt McPike, Kirksville's remarkable all around athlete and outstanding roundballer, was selected to the mythical MIAA All-Conference first team by conference coaches. Bulldog Jerry Germain, only a sophomore but already an established MIAA veteran, received a second team berth, while Eddie Brown barely missed. Aside from McPike who is a senior, in the ensuing year Kirksville will be without the services of seniors Gary Hendren and Rich Daly, two dependable playmaking guards. S. . ,Y if? 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K - '- 3 ' ft t iter-,,:w:f4. .rL.5J zf T C HWWB, --:Z 'xiii ., -.121 ff'-:"-:S Glen Scheer In one of his patented jumpshots, peppery Jerry Germain fires against Western Illinois. ROW ONE: Tony Barulich, graduate assistant, Keith Jer- ome, manager, Leroy Berry, Ron Miller, Keith Humphrey, Jim Slockett, Gary Johnson, Jim North, Kenneth Gardner, head coach. ROW TWO: John Saicic, Larry Coorts, Dennis Sissom, Floyd Waddle, John North, Ed Schneider, Steve Thompson, James Taylor, Ed Schlief. ROW THREE: Norm Taylor, Terry Rohrdanz, Jim Shepard, Jim Weigand, Joe York, Dick Brownlee, Larry Ryan, Chuck Taylor. ROW FOUR: Walter Huffman, Clarence Walker, Dick Talini, Bill Martin, Bob Watts, Dale Collier, A1 Naimo. Thinelads defend league titles It appeared a virtual certainty that Coach Kenneth Gardner's crew of cindermen would repeat as the MIAA Indoor and Outdoor track champions for the fourth con- secutive year. A wealth of talent., including several con- ference champs, and impressive showings against stiff competition in two opening meets, served as substantiat- ingvevidence of such a brash statement. Running in the University of Illinois Open against such awesome sounding names as Purdue, Northwestern, Illinois, and Butler, the swift Bulldogs placed in ll of 12 events entered. Three weeks later found the Purple and White thinclads in Columbia, Missouri, placing second to the University of Missouri and well ahead of Arkansas University. . Among other meets included in the 1962 campaign were the Kansas State Relays, Drake Relays, and the NC AA District and Finals. Ed Schneider breaks the string ahead of a 52 Butler runner. W I . " wx 'W Xu Q . -L W muuuwwxu Xu vw" " . , , , ,, H , I rf. L ,- 5 4' JV., ,- It 1. . mg- , ,A .. - Ef- Hf- H, H , w. w lf ,. F5 x , A9- ff' .v xy, ,-13 -Q ,....4-- 4 E-.,. 3 r 4 '51 :WN 1-5-f A y. - 'gf :-9 + - fi 'Zh' .V V---,mp ,K e 405-X . 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In their march toward the most successful cross-country season in school history, the Dr. George Hermann-coached harriers, behind the pacing of Ed Schneider, began their reign as the new Midwest AAU kingpins. And in a practice that has become old hat to Kirksville, the Bulldogs annexed the MIAA conference title for the third time in as many years by coming home in five of the first six positions. Long-winded Bulldogs Floyd Waddle and Jim Shepard finished first and second, respectively. Neg KNEELING: Bob Tripp, Dennis Newbrough, Jim Jim Shepard, Terry Rohrdanz, Steve Thompson, North, Elbert Parks. STANDING: Tony Barulich, John North, Ed Schneider, Dr. George Hermann, graduate assistantg Floyd Waddle, Bill Martin, coach. ROW ONE: Lars Harris, Rich Hudson, Mike Cheh- val, Glenn Robertson. ROW TWO: Jerry Kill, John Murphy, Lynn Byars, Harvey Mueller. ROW THREE: Henry Kaufmann, Frank Gantt, Tom Southerling, Ralph Pink, sponsor. Tennis squad strengthened by four lettermen Coach Ralph Pink was heartened by the return of four lettermen, bolstering a squad that hoped to improve upon last year's 8-4 and second place finish in the MIAA. Included in this list of experi- enced racketmen were number one man, Rich Hudson, numbers five and six play- ers, Mike Chehval and Glenn Robertson, respectively, and Lynn Byars, a letter- man from the 1931 Bulldog team. As an added incentive for victory, much-needed new tennis courts provided Big Purple netmen with a permanent home on which to battle foes. Captain Rich Hudson serves one up. Bill Bailey Bill Branscom Mike Goedereis Golfers view campaign with optimism Bulldog linkmen were blasting down the fair- ways in anticipation of an improvement over last year's second place finish in the NCAA Midwest Regional. Gone were several stalwarts from the 1961 squad, but Coach Bill Richerson, in his rookie year at KSTC, was counting heavily on three retuming lettermen and several promising newcomers to add another chapter of success in the Big Purple athletic story. ROW ONE: Bill Richerson, coachg Don Barnes, Bill Wettstead. ROW TWO: Don Mundy, Bill Bailey, Jer- Branscom, Mike Goedereis, Charles Allen, Dave ry Kelley, Larry Martindale, Steve Amos. ,.- v-4 Eg 'll' T11-'I ' 5,Q ..-1. ,.Q.,,..w APN Q Gwiiif O62 .gl f ' W 51163 if pau, f 5 ,, m , 'cn nf 3- - -. ., , Y-1-,-af. .1 FM W -N er ' 'lf ' 'I ' Y Fraternity men and women are just like the average free stu- dent, they too have their ups and downs. Greek-minded students feel a fraternity or sorority has a four- fold purpose. Intellectual stimulation is provided by nbullsessionsi' among the brothers. Physical development is achieved by partici- pation in the fine intramural program on our campus. Social life of a Greek is infamous, but stressing of etiquette and manners is not. Scholarship is advanced by another type of "bull session" or study group. Leadership qualities are recognized and put to use through the development of responsibility to school, fraternity, and self. Life-long friendships are established by a feeling of brotherhood, sharing of common interest, and cooperating with others. Whether to become organized or not remains a personal problem. Some couldn't get along without the "brethren',, others couldn't get along with them. Greeks L I fl ii f if? X EW 5 :E-"al X11 :L- 4:51. ggi V 71" i-QT ,. it i 1"'.' - isa:-..5, r-':-:QQ:-:' ' EE:-55: .ME 41- ., :f,1g:it-- .gm ,H Kr. :Zag rg! ea i i OFFICERS--SEATED: P. Duffy, vice-presidentg S. Shettle, presi- dentg Mrs. Wimp, sponsorg L. Hendren, recording secretary. STANDING: B. Freise, editorg S. Foulkes, corresponding secre- taryg K. Moyles, membership director, L. Durham, treasurerg B. Tomek, Panhellenic representativeg L. Jones, chaplin. ASA's work with mentally retarded As their philanthropic project, the Alphas assisted at the Mentally Retarded School and entertained with a Christmas party. Their spring social life included the Mother's Day Tea, Breakfast Dance and the Annual Sweetheart Dance at which Susan Shettle was crowned "Alpha Sigma Alpha Sweetheart" thus adding an- other memorable chapter to their history. A year of honors, offices, challenges, and rewards was com- bined with fun in the sisterhood of Alpha Sigma Alpha. The Alphas look back on a successful year of dinners, parties, caroling, rummage sales, and ceremonies. Advantages of being an Alpha Sigma were recognized by twenty-two girls who were welcomed as pledges after attending "Alpha-Traz" and "Southern Array with ASA," the fall rush parties. Alpha Sigma Alpha gran -14 f ? Jail? 1 2 ' .' tiff?" 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' 'Q-"' "1" 1 1 1 l ,Qi 1 1 A f A ,,..,. 1 ' 11 , 1 U 1 15111551 'W gl wanna HN 41:'1 ::11,-aaiii'-':" lil" -I-1?i':i 55"-" ' "rank: ' 1'1" .VR VV. -JP, if I-1 If 'A W' .. at 1s e 11 -Jfil' W l51!1" V' 1 X11 ' 61 OFFICERS--SEATED: Dr. Towne, sponsorg I. Hibler, presidentg M. Vetter, lst vice-president. STANDING: K. Trobough, corres- ponding secretaryg F. Gottscholk, treasurerg R. Shoemyer, re- cording secretary. Delta Zeta ,- ,sv L VY -if W f f. .E .SFF Fl 3 e' ?Sli" ?.: -. ,w I T 'NPL ' , F l 'AE f i- r ' 11 F' ,iff ' 277 Z .fi -. g'ei7if1"'e ' il' " Z L. " I -. in' 'i " -' 53 , W, ,J Deltas retire scholarship cup t'Hurrah! We succeeded." This was the proud feelings of the Delts as they gained permanent possession of the Scholarship cup by winning it consecutively for three years. DZ's started the year with an exotic rush party, Delta Zeta Polynesian Village, complete with roasted pig, hula skirts and a black-faced witch doctor with a boiling couldron. The setting of the second rush party was "Grecian Gardens." After two suc- cessful rush parties 27 girls pledged Delta Zeta filling the quota of 60 girls. Echo Queen Candidates were Joyce Flowers to represent the Freshman Class and Kay Trobough to represent the Senior Class. Fern Runge was elected National 'LMiss Dairy Queen" and was crowned in St. Louis. 62 Delta Zeta's "Southern Belles" ring for victory. ECO ' f gf --"'f-'zisiiigi-g G'YfFF',S 7.1. 352 "" 21 :F 1 t -, ff F?-: Sandy Ables I .fit 1311 .. :.. Sharon Adams l J . 1 Z '1 ,," .-A.. s Susan Alwm l . Q " Barb Anderson V i 1 '-1' FE"2EC'7 . ,i4'S5E5J:1-E:E:E ,, . Mary Kay Anderson y . to A' Sally Andrews 'j ' V L4 .- nf W1 Q a 1 M1 uw 1: 'Hull' w 11 NH 5, -.: "Gif -I yi' :ax , W --111m " ,f rf f gggn Walt ' ,sz 1, ,-1' H" 'fn 5 ' Q -- ,if F"-z"g':1, ' -5:1 Mary Ellen Barkley o' Z 11 Q- - : QL-y ,fn 11' V . -gn Judy Bradshaw y -1 'L 1 1 V 12 1,191 ' ' ' 1 ' N 1 Kay Cone J 4 Janet Davldson mv- Marti: QT .15 -::::': H 1 A l m ww H1 luv: m 'H -xt YA "mu Diana Davis . Q 'U , J A W" -H fs' fa.,-f- 1x ",' " if 'flu ',,' 'f 'P' ""' Q Joan Davis I jl ,, V .Qt A A 'rl :L xy at Pat Dempsey .V 2.591151 Qff' 81 74 1T"', 1 " 'h , " L I - - v 115- WST 1 ,- if 1 ' ,f , '1 ', Dianne Detwrler , 4,MT 1i J J y fi an HY Rose Durask1 uzuzlu -V-V at .l -'v.- www ffwwwwwawewamw Joyce Flowers A - in JMR 1 if " . "' 77" ' "'l'1" V"f55j'- Y Jane Galbraith K W1 , H 17 Joan Galbraith ij 5151 af I, E- Eli Fritzi Gottschalk 1 -5: ,ff 1 Q -, ' . -5: . ' a ' " "T 'tj a Angela Gross gg i -. 5 s rf 1 K . . 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Kay Trobough 7,""", M' H 1: Karlene Trussell " f ' -,fi 5, a.jrf,sf Marilyn Vetter f Connie Weatherford f : ' , Sharron Wescott Linda Wickless Lucretia Wolf Melva Wolf L 15? ' 'H 1 wifi ,fi-i fqIv5',1igjey - M Hqifiills an-Q -17 31, .mg 'Q 5? M1152 5" V V : ' I 53? "-' - r"' 5 'I P i ' I I ,, 79 Yi, u Ag 1 " "ls -1, A" Q X ,t te' I wtf, 5 -as mm 1 1 I- ig, N5 il 1, 3, , jxaf l lf' F7 Z 1 'il vj:M'li i Li .aa mlm v: 1 ', ' L H W gl , 1 2 ' x ' 4 1 H' 1 H., ............ 1,5 1 1 3, xy I if 63 I OFIQICERS--SEATIQD: E. Lowe, lst vice-president, J. Worrell, president, C. Cunningham, 2nd vice-president. STANDING: V. Purcell, recording secretary, K. Sharp, treasurer. Sigma Kappa N Air- ..-,NE ' al.L+-cs 4 Q-5'-is te r Y 1 J' - Y -4 vcr.-12:-g -Eyewi- EF-SN 'if ' ' ' -Y-?EeT?' iiriisii.. ' 2713: sb. .I 9,137 i Homecoming was a joyous day for Sig Kaps "A night to remember!" Her majesty Carla Cunningham was crowned Homecoming Queen of 1961-62. With the combined ef- forts of Sigma Kappa and Alpha Kappa Lambda, the "Key to Victory" float won second prize. As a chariot approached Blanton Hall, Grecian goddesses in magnificent attire waited patiently. Once aboard, they were taken to the formal rush party of Sigma Kappa, the "Garden of the Gods." There at Mt. Olympus, they were wined and dined around the Fountain of Eternal Youth. "Pearl Party" high-lighted Sigma Kappa's formal rush par- ties. Guest speaker was Jo Ann Zimmerer, traveling secretary of Sigma Kappa. The results were well worth the efforts---twenty pledges wanting to go "One Heart, One way." 64 Sigma Kappa actives entertain rushees at Ela Pat Carney Linda Crose Betty Cunningham Carla Cunningham Linda Dawson Genane Engle Martha Fetterer Viola Huebner Vivian James Marlene Johnston Betty Lenzini Jeanie Lichtenberg Emily Lowe Joyce Marquart Karen McBratney Carol McCart Janet McClure Jean Pettigrew Nicholson Virginia Purcell Billie Queen Ruby Rice Carol Sears Karen Sharp Georgena Shouse Janice Simler Beverly Stanfield Martha Whicher .loan Wilsey J anyce Worrell Sharon Wright Sandra Zacharias , . C. w , , ' .' .f 3' .-,7 o -:Elf A f. .J ce .'l . "0 Y fl V ' ' ' 5 4. 'V f , 1 J- , 'f' 2 112 " - ' '. . ' Q B S u 1, . ,X i IS- . Q 1,2 -4 ,. i L 3 w - - - ,V ,L 1:1 H-,Q - xq ::g::::.i.:f4 A, ' ' N LJ 1 - it , 2-1 M Q , xi ,M uf- ' me 'iHfi"i' U J ti ' ., N F' H' ii "Vw ' w for H isa . iw, ug - MW- 1 " H ' '. 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X1 ,- - 13 1 f ,. will J-Q ' ' ' , E r life: . 1 C if. H , I ' if 1' iq ' A - lf,- Y, :Vi ,ii i X 5' 3 1' iff .,.. 'v 0 P ia i E ' it - ' if - B J' N 5:3 , we-.xi 3:31. - H U nj 1 , Wrlffl , 7 ll i fvMf'1s,, :wiki W' f -rf'-'frmqzilz g YI' e ' ,V,' oo an - ww I 1 ., swap, If 1 2221, " . ti ,uk ,UV OFFICERS--SEATED: M. Murray, vice-presidentg D. Stine, pres- identg J. Wheeler, treasurer. STANDING: C. Aeschliman, corres- ponding secretaryg C. Loughridge, recording secretaryg P. La- Brier, keeper of grades. Sigma Sigma Sigma iw E g Q fi? It r.'l5?357j'-1 1' K fi 1 .' gf--: -Anglian' a , . 5, fn , ' ' "if,11EgQTf 5 eg if ' . vii? :-, X. i ii V' 2 g-.ref Y -V..V , yn -' l'm-rg-as-'11 Vw with '11 - .JL mm ,rm Qu zrasesmla 1 -f - 1 Tri Sigmas attend national convention Warming to the mild climate of Kentucky and sisterhoocl with Sigma Sigma Sigmas from all over the country, five Mu Chapter delegates traveled enthusiastically to the National Con- vention in the summer. The impact of their experiences has been reflected in this year's activities of the Tri Sigmas. At the first fall rush party charmed guests were in an at- mosphere of sun-lit sands under South Sea palms in "Sigma Mai- Kaif' The second rush party was 'Through the Looking Glass" with Alice in Wonderland. In the spring the Tri Sigmas, including the twenty new ini- tiates, spent an evening "Aboard the S. S. Sigman at their Spring Formal. The evening consisted of swirling chiffon and purple punch. Tri Sigma Becky Bigsby, a foreign exchange student, wears the Triangle Badge in Gottingen, Germany. Games and refreshments highlight the Tri Chris party. rg. - ' " Tv- H. "Wil V 'w,,,v...l 'ff '- Kay Alexander J . ,. 1h , 'QL -NV Q jf- -a - Judy Baker A 6 in ww 5' V Vl ry 2 V A l ,K N I Q -ff: 5, xl ":,N , , 'lib' VZT, 5- , GV She1l1a Beckett 1 x, . Q I . 5 if 1 ., A'-j. Q . ,ff . V -N V., V NV, I -:,4,,f,-5: lm., , 3 if Bonnie Bigsby f ' 1 5 ,, if A Lf ,'.2Ef Affgiljgf 7 1 1 Di . B. . H-.AQ-3: ,I F' ,lx '2. -I 'F -X A, V -ll -rl X16 ittiker Liggn i, I f X K A y U I, Karen Blackman . ME Lv 1: " fi if f - if BQ Mary Bloom f f 42, ' ' " fffg '3,'.'2'ifQ.f r Mb" ll! Beverly Boos y V-f z H it - .24 ff ' ' 1-. zzz H 'i?Vw-V,-D fd f ,A N5 S ii V . 5- Janet Burt Hg' , ' , A ,Q , :Q 'ai "i M, , - ,-- w ""' "-'-1 " iq: r:',. 1 1' ' 'Z F4 , :gi ' , Y "' - Joan Burt ' Q Q -ff L1 1- V , lf ' J . ' ll l ' -317, ' , 1'-. W' ', '11 .' , l 1 Linda Carter -if Q ' - A ' , 5,1 '.x.. ' Q, A' ' 455- :' Lg I Sandy Christman V 1 V ' I H in K-319315 Pat Christy L 'qfjg ygjf - 4:1506 M nlgsllug -gf? Jud Curtis f ' A y - 'Yi' 'fl pl xii - in 2 -'SI as , F Barb D8Nlk9 '- ,- 'H 'w 'Si "'1 : 1 ' ' 1 'gba- ifsggh Y- 'll pi?55g5 V. -1 we V. 1 3: , 'VJ f , :ft - f V Q, V V V:-, Etta Sue Drew lr I l 4152! -- ' , 'Z Kitty Eitel '- .. V . ,- , ' 1 if f ' Janet Ewing " ' , ' ' Ai' 4 m f! fa we J , QQ 1 ' 'Q Tami Ewmg E , . fy M 1 , rig? U.. if we Diana Gay ,J M VV 4 , Sandy Giachino f , 7' ' J .V 5 J 'Zig Marva Gulnn , gn l 3 J ' ll -V Vicki Hitt "W H, I y f fy -,. , ' - Patty Howell J Hiqu-'Fw Tl' . M V xirll if -. V - M 5: Gai1HUeHeH1-an Hni lil 5 5 ' l i -1 . V1 Cla 9 1" Linda Huntsman NJ JoAnn Kriephauser ' ' FZ? y 'I f if-ffaf ,:E l ' J' ' . , , Q - w V 1 ,3 '-" - , m ,g H, ,. Pat LaBr1er Y 'i 1 3-4 1 , . , , ""-. . - V' s if it , , Sharon Larason ' A- -if Q- F ,gg 5' , ' " ' ,- . . 51. -in A - 1, if '-gif -git' fl., L V, 1. Connie Loughridge ff L- f if r 2 A ,A M B gr. , NM' -. . 2 ' J , f W - -al 2 1 via' . ,. f Joyce Lowrance M., ,eg in ,,.f'9 .. . g' 1 Ef f ,- J W 'E T Sara Martin V N ' l . M V ,. ' ef? lm- . 4 , If E - 1 my Q . , ."' " lv" Mary Ann Murray ,V l 'l Donna Matthews ' ' 'J "" J ' Q iii? , A 1 Kathy McMahon jf V J Sue Moots " ,lg I Y 3 'yy J -- V, y Nancy Murdock 3 y I , Q Fi, Q G, Elame Perry JV A J l ur- Shen-y Ping !' l . gxiagf ff? mm gl i r 'n -,. ' , 4 Jonean Ratliff - ,qlf l Audrey Roberts ,V a IF ' ff V ' ' gr: . . . ' ' ' ,- I " , sg, 'Lj,,5,1 '51, GIIIHIG Robinson ' J . N Lp' m '-lg' E J ai A -Q g - U X Graceann Ruffino - an Q Q Q V lr 6 gi., in Carol Schne1der :f A Evil. Y 1551 4 1 ya? , 5 w ' . my , X' w VV - w f VsV f'iwsi -: 1-f. ,. S .' , Kafen Snyder 'a J " ' L J M -' Dee Ann Stine - Q ' ' . ,,, Z Y L will I, 11 ,Af N , :S1E,,.H M V' V, Linda Stone ll , V..,,,, ' , f' .. fywefr-Y-5.35 '-'f X --YL X .ey K I ,X 35 . 4: g 11 nga? L 4, Nancy Stoops 'ff l ' ' ' 'L X. Lf T? -wi 3 ' xii' ' ii., l Carolyn Sultzman C' f 4 , A , '. L f 1, 1 . ,gi CQ '-Q, F' , Beverly Taylor , J l ' i l I it.. ff -J h L KA y l Connie Terry Q ,V I I Q- , ' r 'gill QW ,fTf,fV 1 " Lynda UPChU1'Ch J mf" Vi , ' . 'V' ' J . -V V, , " J 'if P i if g ',:l-,'g'SQ?l5r -,,'ff1Eef:gb , NK- Jo Ann Weekley 'i Ei ,Q 2 I JM ., ,314 r '-f lf' ri -' Q-1 is V Q ae 'Am .ffl 1-5- Brenda Wetter Lx Y . I 4 LV I, M If Ti - " M Q g..f- ' ,221 2141 "Q-31 Judy Wheeler V 1 Q 2:13.41 Q fi J ff u YQ i r-:ww A if ar g 6 Seated: I. Hibler, treasurerg S. Shettle, vice-presidentg J. tary. Standing: E. Modra, B. Tomek, S. Slowensky, K Worrell, presidentg Dean Beal, sponsorg D. Stine, secre- Sharp, C. Cunningham, J. Ratliff, P. Duffy. Panhellenie correlates sorority activities Panhellenic raises money for scholarship fund by selling stickers. Under the leadership of its president, Janyce Worrell, sorority rush programs are scheduled and dispatched by the Panhel- lenic Council. Panhellenic sets up the rules governing the rush functions. Panhellenic sponsors a scholarship a- ward to be presented to a foreign girl on campus. The proceeds are accumulated by selling theater tickets and K.S.T.C. stickers in Baldwin Hall. This Council helps with the registration of guests on Parents Day, on Senior Day and serves at the President's Reception. SEATED: A K. McClure, secretary-treasurerg G. Parker, S01'3 B. Weber- STANDING! R. Morris, J. Hays, D. Hall F vice-presidentg J. Ward, presidentg Dr. Kohlenberg, spon- Roensch, B. Barklage, D. Morawitz. I.F.C. overns rush functions Interfraternity Council rules guide the fraternities in their rush functions. More students signed up for rush this year than ever before. IFC, in cooperation with Panhellenic, presents a Greek Week as- sembly and dance during the fall. This Council sponsors an annual spring Banquet at which the President's Scholarship Cup is presented to the fra- ternity having the highest honor point ratio. IFC is composed of three members from each fraternity and its sponsor, Dr. Gilbert Kohlenberg. This group acts as an arbitrator when disputes arise between fraternities. IFC president, Jack Ward, congratulates Joe Stevenson, Tau Kappa Epsilon president, upon receiving permission to colonize on campus. wr T 'iik l T T' f"r11fsw r-tiff T 841. .- T .P!yji .'1,.-,Qpfg +1-,q , . if ff ' ' X A ' af' . 5? 5' .. xi., J i ff' -- - D521 m il " W5 A--wi. i ., ,if ' iw TT! ' ' "' -. -Q ,mg , '- ""' ' ,.5.'I' l A 'I ' .. , A T' .1--if Q-'V--' sep all in r ' m aj' 1 5 ..- -' .1 .rw ISEQ12 'J'em.'H:'1', f ' Q'-ll if T' 5 ' -i 'T 'L' 75355 f -as -1 .agei- ,. 4. -, , 5 Q, I I ' rw: J: -'-- -'rag e ,x. . .Qi Wiser'-it' " -95 IW- 'Qfl: : l'lV -' ' U," ' 'Kg 'i T I 1 - i C , in at Nr Al ha Ka a Lambda ' - L ,ai " rm' If ' E4 Y, li-V - 'W I V, ' I o" Q xii- . H ,LH 5 ,wi Q " P it img ,V a 'i'T"A: Us l' ,, ' j V f 'TJ M 2 " -- wh -ii'-1 ,,N b - rl . .,,.. 1 - - hfzgfiyrz- ,i l LV- -5 'p'Ll,!wi N ' ' 1.21: H, ' I Z " ff.. ft V - V - 1 'J-"Sf ,, W., li 315 South High Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda again swung into a year full of activities beginning with the annual rush season. The smoker with the "Harold's Clubl' theme this year, sparked the scene for a frivolous evening of Reno night life. For a finale, the annual University Dance was well attended by the rushees, actives and guests. At the intermission, the Outstanding Active and AKLs and rushees enjoy fun and good music at their University Dance. Outstanding Loyalty trophies were presented to Fred Roensch and the Chapter Scholarship Cup was awarded to Robert Lohrman. Remembering its function as primarily a so- cial group, the AKL's this year presented several theme parties and informal get togethers. The annual Spring Formal climaxed the social season. . ,. :ir V -1 , K. McClure, pres- ident EXECUTIVE COUNCIL n PRESIDENT- .,,s,.. - Karlos McClure lst VICE-PRESIDENT---Fred Roensch 2nd VICE -PR'ESlDENT-- Robert Brunnenmeyer SECRETARY-M -- -- ------Tom Wolf TREASURER-- --- - -- John Thomas SERGEANT-AT-ARMS-- Bob Brightwell CHAPLAIN----,- --- ------ Jim Killian HISTORIAN -- - ---Bob Lohrman -mass f --- if - - - -4-1 -1,13 F---V-iw-M 1-- -my-'fi-7'-? yy-r,7-53-1 ww- fl: V-3 - "" ,J H ,:,: A-'---- Digg, '--- ---- - -- -V ,tr 5 -ii., .-' V - - .V ky- i - - i N ' ,.,., , ii -' - i Q. to i 6 iii T' 1 i -it i . ff J- i -wi T ' ' ., ...Q-J :EE 1 V- ' li i " i f A ,E 'A ifigii f V., - - K Q T PF5- ' W wif:-1 j A 'E ll' I 'ix fl" - NM' V . L' ' i -sf ' V " 2 T -- it ' A. N x " ' , D. Bachmann R. Beilstein B. Brightwell R. Brunnenmeyer L. Bryan C. Clark E. Clem J. Crenshaw L. Crim E. 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'. --4 e, '- ' -' . is-52 , ' yr D. Hopp T. Hoyt R. Jones J. Ketchum J. Killion R. Lohrman D. Norton G. Probasco P. Purcell D. Rienker Y ff' """ H i ,-.-Fi"DNJ- J J I?" 'R' ' ' f""'s-11.-.fifz ,- ' 'i """"' 'z E-35' wi ' FQ . .11 , 4 . 'J .-4. - H, 1' - ig.: - -" ,, ' is , qi.. 4 31 1: 5:-.5 -- U 1 . ' A Y Q. ' L., .i,,,w , gs---J .dr -1 '. . E f:.5,..: lr-21.25. 1. in ,ia lil - --4 " "-" ' ' - 1 " "E 1'I,."' "" -. 5 - ' X D. Rupp H. Simpson H. Shrum H. Smith J. Thomas J. Thompson C. Walton V. Ware R. Wells T. Wolf "Place your bets," shouts Fred Roensch as he spins the wheel at the AKL rush party. 71 503 South Davis After numerous welcome back parties, the Phi Sigs settled down to more serious business at hand, intent on making the new school year an- other big success. On -the fall agenda of activities, Homecoming received pre-eminent consideratipn. All hands pitched in to bring home a first place spirit divi- sion float. Phi Sigma Epsilon was vaulted into the direc- tion of an unprecedented third consecutive all- school intramural championship with first and second place finishes in fleetball and tug-of--war competition, respectively, and a league cham- pionship in volleyball. Rushing efforts were not vain efforts as Phi Sigma Epsilon received 43 men into the pledge ranks of Gamma Chapter. Probably cherishing no symbol of accomplish- ment with more fervency than the President's Scholarship Cup, the Phi Sigs were striving to maintain that academic excellence necessary for the retention of the cup and the honor. J. W a r d , presi- dent ,A EXECUTIVE COUNCIL X H PRESIDENT ....r,.,........ Jack Ward illt I VICE-PRESIDENT ........ Bob Barklage V caQl,'5Wk1, iiii RECORDING SECRETARY- Eadwq 'Fi' CORRESPONDING SECRETARY-- Bill Weber Jerry Henderson tells this pledge, "Sell 200 cans of candy by the end TREASURER-'-M'--'---Danny Mofawlfz of pledge season or else! " SERGEANT-AT--ARMS ........ 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Timm B. Tuzik J. Wall B. Waterman D. Webb B. Weber D. Wigal M. Works 73 ,I A P' X1 ' :SNA l -. .. ...y,1.:'9f? . y H . ST' .. JIU" 515 South High Bearded boys of the Old West again re- turned for their annual Forty-Niner's Dance, climaxing rush season. Jerry Brooks was presented a razor for his "champion" beard growing. Thirty-six men were added to Sigma Tau's active list after the rush events and pledge season ended in final initiation. CJ Q -' -or ..,u..-A ..e -4 G. Parker, president igma Tau Gamma EXECUTIVE COUNCIL PRESIDENT -.-....... George Parker 1 VICE-PRESIDENT .... Richard Morris TREASURER .......... John Jepson RECORDING SECRETARY-- James Soderstrom CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Dale Rankin SERGEANT-AT-ARMS, Larry Wickless CHAPLAIN ..Wn....... Larry Rhoads HISTORIAN ........,.,-, J ay Brown Serving the student body from Beta Chapter are Gary Hendren and Larry Rhoads who were elected as president and vice-president of the Student Council, re- spectively. 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Vanover VV V VU .Xl V-' Xf"l4K?fg?5 , ...., .XX .X . .. .... 3: VVVX VV VV a M x W V Urganizations H e ,- fl, . . i .L 4 Qi it W vVq I Much of the time spent after classes goes into extra-curricular activities. KSTC fosters social and professional clubs whose roots lie in both national organizations and local founders. From religious groups to political auxiliaries, club meeting notices clutter bulletin boards. Signboard pounded in the grass, posters tied to trees, announcements for assemblies---all herald the energy and progress of the organization. Some are honorary, in which membership becomes a reward for scholarship or service. Others aggregate vested interests---artists meet to compare canvasses, debaters meet to match wits. Be they agriculturalists or historians, each member loyally guards the standards of his favorite club and cherishes its name on his tran- script, wearing a tarnished pin or ragged sweater for many years after graduation. N I 4 ,gig Y N K:,L..E.K. - ?-is-i' 3BA L Diil-fi n S d EiF1ii .1t:fHk Q ,fa E sa? n E N T QQITTLED TH gsKTRE vm: QOAR n o F R EGE ffEXTEDlS ID N s ,FLAC E M E , f c or3 R E s PU -"' AUDIO- VIS do Ln. E s E A u nn l 1o1gfi g W REG I ST R A R PEA N 0 F 'MN 5 T R Music no o M sa R H ALL 4 some 1. s Env + ++ W D M EN FILO-UR DUCAT5 ,AC E QR U F L oo , Kg I .. NN NE W Wlxx I1 ,F ,Wu N UV LT?2l1L5p?RiA ROW ONE: B. Boos, council-member-at-large, B. Graham, ham, councilwoman. ROW TWO: J. Baker, B. Bigsby S councilman, J. Cook, secretary, G. Hendren, president, Hanna, J. McCarthy, D. Grim, R. Cook, M. Vetter Not L. Rhoads, vice-president, K. Briggs, treasurer, S. Gra- pictured: R. Morris, E. Kelly, S. Wigal. Student Council College Bowl During 1961-62, Student Council idea-men initiated the Campus Bowl, an inter-collegiate quiz show based on television's College Bowl. In a meeting of minds, teams vie for victory in Campus Bowl's battle of wits. If collegians enjoy good times or benefit from timely reforms, they may often thank the KSTC Student Council. Progress is this organizations most important product. Entertainment comes cheap when the Council subsidizes weekly movies. Billboard offerings in- cluded "Raisin in the Sun," "Young Philadel- phians," and others. At the polls, students effected a change in the Student Council Constitution which raised honor point requirements for members and insti- tuted new policies on absentee balloting. Homecoming, Christmas Dance, Campus- Town Races, and Fun Festival exemplify more work of Student Council. Its members, elected by popular vote, work closely with the adminis- tration. "Imagine, only twenty cents for the movies," mar- vels Fritzi Gottschalk as she buys a ticket to the weekly Student Council film. Social committee arrives early . . stays late "Tea time" at the Teachers College is really 'twork day" for the Student Social Com- mittee, whose job it is to plan social events. Their socializing behind the scenes matches that in front, as they come early and stay late. The real artists can't be separated from the "just plain hard' workers" when the Social Committee tears into a job of decorating for a Student Council dance, be it Homecoming, Christmas, or ECHO. Though crepe paper streamers, rickety ladders, and Elmer,s glue proves its existence, the Student Social Com- mittee is actually legalized by the Student Council Constitution. The twenty-one member committee is composed of students picked and screened from application. The Dean of Women and a faculty committee, as well as the Student Coun- cil chooses the members. With Joan Burt on the pliers, Edwin Smith holding the greenery, and Eleanor Yackley tying the wire, Christmas decorations go up. ROW ONE: L. Hendren, G. Hendren, L. Rhoads, Davidson, E. Smith, R. White, M. Conover, E chairman: Dean Beal, S. Bullock. ROW TWO: J. Yackley. Across glossy library tables, Cardinal Key girls whisper the words of Wisdom that win for them their sisterhood. ru, ttnvwii it , :P 1 -I "My receipt, please," Jim Green's sarcasm is softened by his vibrant Bulldog spirit. Jim and Bev Taylor make a deal with Dee Ann Stine: a quarter for Cardinal Key in exchange for saucy shakers. Service sorority sells shakers to stir spirit Selling shakers and Homecoming buttons to stu- basis of student need and grade average. dents, Cardinal Key promotes school spirit. KSTC's Sister organization to Blue Key, members of Car- Eugene Fair Chapter sells such items to continue their dinal Key are chosen for their qualities of leadership, traditional reputation as a service sorority to the col- scholarship, character, and participation in school ac- lege. tivities. New members must be nominated by the Each year this Chapter awards the Nan E. Wade chapter and chosen by a faculty committee. Scholarship, named for a past sponsor, to a girl on the ROW ONE: J. Wheeler, K. Banner, historian, D. Stine, Lamb, P. Jobe, P. LaBrier, M. Vetter, L. Hendren, M treasurerg C. Aeschliman, president, P. Duffey, secretary, McGowan. ROW THREE: L. Durham, I. Hibler, S. Gra M. Johnson, C. Cunningham. ROW TWO: S. Ables, P. ham, F, Gottschalk, E. Murphy, S. Shettle, H. Wilson. Blue Key men are . organization men To enjoy the privileges and prestige that follow the wearer of a light blue Blue Key sweater is the goal of every conscientious man on campus. Members of the Blue Key Honorary Fraternity must have a 2.0 honor point ratio accumulated over sixty semester hours: Belonging to two campus organizations other than social fraternities is another requirement. Aspiring to serve the school, Blue Key forsees real needs. This year, the organization purchased an American flag to be displayed at athletic events in Pershing Building. Their annual publication, the Blue Key Directory, lists students, phone numbers, becom- ing an ever-ready date guide. At Homecoming, Blue Key men take charge of parade plans. Through their efforts, the Homecoming week-end outranks all others in fun and festivity. ROW ONE: B. Haley, secretaryg W. Johnson, editor of Student Directory, J. Jepson, presidentg B. Weber, ser- geant of arms, M. Conover, vice-presidentg J. Noble, treasurerg Dr. Eli Mittler, sponsor. ROW TWO: L. vu 1: ' X ian in H H i X rr, " New M M r k 'Witiigfgwirriiri M ":'iii"11i"'1r'H :izi?fig"Mi"rQf W i in N f The "Power of Money" satisfies Blue Key's treasury and Dr. Mittler's Student Directory supply. Wally Johnson and Jerry Noble condone capitalism. Morley, L. Morley, M. Magruder, L. Wolfmeyer, L. Easterday, G. Hendren, J. Hulen, A. Church. ROW THREE: R. Johnson, R. Lohrman, R. Mason, J. Soder- strom, R. Cook, J. Roush, B. Gibbs. ROW ONE: M. Nicholson, N. Smith, I. Hibler, E. Mur- phy, treasurerg L. Wolfmeyer, president, F. Gottschalk, secretary, Dr. Bell, sponsor, D. Bruse, B. Fox. ROW TWO: S. Ables, M. Moore, A. Porter, J. West, S. Shet- tle, D. Bittiker, D. Stine, P. Christy, P. Lamb, P. La- Brier, L. Hendren, M. McGowan. ROW THREE: J. Aderton, M. Johnson, C. Jones, L. Jones, S. Epperson L. Hew, H. Breidenstein, E. Yackley, C. Weber, M. Vet- I ter. ROW FOUR: L. Easterday, S. Thomas, C. Sturgeon W. Baker, S. Chamberlin, L. Hammons, J. Wiles, J Hawkins, C. Watts, J. Hoover, M. McElyea, J. Davis K. Trobough, J. Hall. ROW FIVE: D. Burleson, A Mohr, B. Buschling, C. Myls, P. Epperson, B. Haley, C Epperson, J. Roush, G. Hendren, R. Johnson, J. Jep- son, W. Johnson, F. Roensch. Alpha Phi igma rewards scholarship "A dillar, a dollar, a three-consecutive-quarters- an S-average scholarw can join Alpha Phi Sigma, na- tional scholastic fraternity. Members meet to hear faculty speakers expound on topics ranging from biology to student teaching twice a month. The outstanding graduating member Faculty honored in Phi Delta Kappa each year receives a key and certificate recognizing his services. Founded on the KSTC campus in 1921, Alpha Phi Sigma exists for the recognition of high scholar ship. Phi Delta Kappa is in its third year on our campus. The Epsilon Gamma chapter was installed here in November, 1959. Phi Delta Kappa was originally a uni- versity fraternity for men in Education, but in recent years it has expanded into all teachers colleges which offer graduate work. Phi Delta Kappa is found on more than one hundred campuses. It also has many field chapters which, however, until re- cently did not initiate new members. Kirks- ville was the home of a field chapter from 1928 to 1959, but the field chapter has now disbanded and its members joined the the campus chapter. Monthly meetings are held and attended by faculty members, student members now on campus and members of the teaching profession within a short driv- ing distance. Epsilon Gamma chapter does not initiate undergraduate students. Provision was made recently for an un- dergraduate scholarship of S120 to be a- warded to an outstanding male student in the professional college. Officers for 1961-62 were: Frank Col- ton, presidentg Clive Fraiier and Hugh Gardner, vice-presidents, Donald Scriven, secretary-treasurerg P. O. Selby, historian, Linn Terry, sponsor. A scout is trustworthy, loyal, etc. to his mother's advice that soda is had for a growing boy: He leaves it for the men of Alpha Phi Omega instead. 11 m honor I will tr . . . still upheld by APU From the rank of the noble eagle to that of the lowly tenderfoot, college men with scouting experience may join Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity. Flying in the face of modern America's "accent on youth" and physical beauty, this organization pro- motes an annual deviation from this norm: Their Ugly Man Contest presents the opposite spectacle of men vying for the signal honor of being elected as the pro- totype of horrible -looks. Alpha Phi Omega also performs a number of ROW ONE: D. Buhr, sergeant at armsg B. Berry, treasurer, L. Byers, 2nd vice-president: J. Henry, president: B. Crocker, lst vice-president: B. Mc Donald, corresponding secretary, G. Wishmeyer, secretary. ROW TWO: E. Brown, G. Crump, J other services for the campus. The members had spe- cial programs printed for Homecoming and distributed at the Homecoming pep assembly. Another special project was the passing out of desk blotters to students in the dorm. Also, they acted as judges at Kirksville area scouting exhibitions commemorating the 52nd anniversary of scouting. To this organization, also, is given a special charge as guardian of the Christmas spirit. It provides a campus Yuletide tree to remind students of the season. Ward, G. Hendren, J. Jepson, B. Tate. ROW THREE: D. Wigal, W. Mosher, J. Brown, A. Mohr, BY. Vickerman. ROW FOUR: J. Cupp, G. Prichard, L. Wickless, L. Bowman, S. Berry. YOUNG REPUBLICANS--ROW ONE: T. Johnson, ser- geant-at-armsg N. Oppliger, secretary: J. Soderstrom, presidentg D. Matthews, vice-president: K. Hintz, G. Colton. ROW TWO: H. Mueller, J. Priebe, M. McGowan, W. Mosher, B. Crocker, L. Byers, R. Griep. ROW THREE: L. Putz, J. Ault, L. Wolfmeyer, D. Rankin, T. Horace, B. Vickerman. Republicans and Democrats share sole interest . . . politics Donkeys and Elephants may not really be poli- tical animals in a state of nature, but man -- at least many college men and women at KSTC who belong to Young Democrats or Young Republicans--seems to be in his modern state. Both organizations discussed forthcoming elec- tions and heard guest speakers "ascend the soapbox" to speak on political ideas and platforms. Dr. William Hatcher, professor of political science at the Teachers College, spoke at a joint session Cfor banquet pur- YOUNG DEMOCRATS--ROW ONE: M. Sweeney, treas- urer: L. Tate, vice-president: J. Jepson, president, A. Cozzoni, sergeant-at-arms: I. Hibler, Dr. Knobbs, spon- sor. ROW TWO: R. Shoemyer, C. Loughridge, M. Stein- metz, K. Dinsmore, T. Horace, M. Stump, B. Buckman, posesj of the two groups at Elaine's Dining Room. Meeting in separate caucus the two organizations also heard less bipartisan oratory. Dr. Lucy Simmons, social science professor emeritus, informed Young Democrats more fully about their party. Mr. Don Scriven, assistant professor of economics, spoke simi- larly to their Republican counterparts. As a safety valve against extreme partisan think- ing, both organizations are fortunate to share a mem- ber who has not yet decided his political affiliation. J. Henry, B. Tate. ROW THREE: B. Haley, W. Johnson, L. Wickless, J. Owen, R. Novinger, R. Cook, D. Buhr. ROW FOUR: K. Hutchinson, J. Killion, D. Collins, J. Noble, C. Prichard, T. Vanover, G. Bowdish. One reward for studying until the wee hours of the morning, looking up extra references, and working overtime in the lab is qualification for membership in Kappa Delta Pi. A member must be at least a junior with a 2.0 honor point ratio and five hours of educa- tional courses. Kappa Delta Pi encourages and rewards high professional, intellectual, and per- sonal standards. Enlightening programs are offered twice monthly. The organization holds an initiation banquet each quarter to honor new members. A promising sophomore is, at assembly, awarded a twenty-five dollar scholarship. It's the "wheels', that make the machine go 'round in an organization such as Kappa Delta Pi headed by Pauline Knobbs, spon- sor, Bruce Haley, president, and Pat Duf- fey, secretary. Junior educators join Kappa Delta Pi ROW ONE: M. Moore, B. Spencer, historian, Pat Duffey, secretaryg B. Haley, president, B. Weber, vice-president, B. Wheeler, treasurerg Dr. Knobbs, sponsor, L. Hendren. ROW TWO: L. Sanders, R. Lindhorst, C. Weber, J. West, M. McElyca, E. Lutz, J. Wheeler, P. Lamb, D. Stine. ROW THREE: L. Morley, S. Shettle, E. Murphy, I. Hibler, J Davidson, J. Davis, K. Trobough. ROW FOUR: R. John son, J. Hulen, G. Hendren, R. Lohrman, L. Morley, W Perkins, R. Mason, B. Auld, M. Conover. ROW ONE: Mr. Collins, sponsor, G. Hampton, B. Lenzini, H. Barger, president. ROW TWO: S. Bowman, S. Schafer, F. Dyer, A. Porter, J. Cox. Convincing or is Pi Kappa Deltais business "Resolved--that debating is a worthwhile and mentally stimulating activity" is a proposition for which no con takers can be found among mem- bers of Pi Kappa Delta debating society. Missouri Theta Chapter participates in five to twelve tournaments each year. This Chapter sponsors the Midwest speech tournament and the Regents Award to the winners of their special local debate contest. Mr. Sherod Collins, of the speech faculty, sponsors this organization. Members expended much thought and word attacking and defending the proposition that labor unions should come under the jurisdiction of anti- trust laws. This question received the attention of like groups all over the United States as the theme for this year's debates. Aeeenting ,articulation . . . Oral Interpreters promotes literature Resonant tone and cultured vocal inflection soothed the enlightened audience on five public appear- ances of the Oral Intrepreters. Dr. Elizabeth Worrell, sponsor, read "The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett and ROW ONE: E. Novinger, Dr. Worrell, sponsorg L. Dawson president, M. Manning, vice-president, S. Ballard, histor: ian, M. Moore, secretary-treasurer, L. -Jones. ROW TWO: H. Morrison, C. Weber, J. Charles, G. Hampton, H. Wilson Robert Browning." Also, "Christmas Country" gave the group an opportunity to present choral readings, a contemporary play, and Spanish poetry. J. Worrell, J. Simler. ROW THREE: S. Johnson, K. Black- man, J. Soderstrom, M. McGowan, J. Thomas, L. Bland, J. Burt. k confusing . . . debating ROW ONE: J. Severns, sponsor, G. Crump, treas- Adams, D. Kimm, D. Brantner, J. Davis, P. Som- urer, B. Lee, vice-presidentg T. Moon, president, merkamp. ROW THREE: E. Waldron, G. Crump, S. Collins, sponsor. ROW TWO: J. Charles, C. R. Warmoth, J. Cupp, J. Perine, R. Pister. Acting Club cohorts with Stephens 5 ...,.... , J 'Thel.CoIlIegec Playensgif C I t e ...W it it . T STATE TEAC:-lens COLLEGE- "'.. 3 iw' 'lp' ezefl - e Egg? H M P Presents c l ii' , iw . ii- eggs, W Mi N, as . Hr.. r-, M ,, l 'WlLLl?NM. SHAKESPERE'Sr ,.'. fs Iff W-E ., ef 2 R l W Q' AW AWT . W 3 f W W E' u my .Hr is tttt 2 Y Memes ' - T e me gm sal 2 5 ' ,sim i l'Sa gg. V Vi - ai-F ' 722211 V5-Y V "F-Qiiii'-f ee N V f Ve Itr 'Q J' , .. it J , Noviejfnber, College Players drank coffee backstage with the cast of the Stephens College production of "Taming of the Shrew." A special invitation was extended from Stephens after "A Comedy of Errors" was presented at KSTC. Dramatics being their first love, club members spon- sor art films and stage plays. Opportunities to direct, act, and design sets give College Players good background in their field of endeavor. -1, 'M 5:3 ' ., J :ziggy HQ vissgf,-M i . ,,,.w..W,,ii ,H Hot, greasy pancake make-up transforms lowly students to bright stage stars. 87 ALPHA PHI GAMMA--Row One: J. Cook, bailff, N. Harding, S. Cavanah, M. McGowan, R. Sorg, L. Wise, secretary-treasurerg J. Jepson, presidentg S. Falconer. B. Crocker, vice-president. Row Two: N. Katsaras, Index staff sends Weekly news to press Aspiring journalists in publications classes work toward membership in Alpha Phi Gamma, an honorary journalistic fraternity. Membership to Alpha Phi Gam- ma, founded on our campus in 1959, is limited to stu- dents with at least a sophomores standing, who have an over-all grade point of 1.2. They must have had at least three quarters of journalism work with an S aver- age, and an elective position on the Index staff. Once a year the Index is placed in the experienced hands of Alpha Phi Gamma. They once again write all the copy, proof-read, plan pictures, and experience the satisfied feeling of putting the latest issue to press. My mind is openg inspirations, come in! 11 . 'lik Y ' 1 ' .Z 4' Q ROW ONE: S. Hanasaki, D. Fortney, K. Gross, B. Haley. ROW TWO: J. Branscom, T. Horace, M. McGowan, N. Harding. Among the most enjoyable and sought after jobs on the INDEX staff are interviews with KSTC's most attractive young teachers. Lucky Guy, Keith Dinsmore, queries Miss Casner about her job. MW me . Wil .W . ! Worshipxul looks of Editors Mc- Gowan and Hanasaki blur all faults from the pages of The Teachers College INDEX. With Spartan-like devotion, Physical Education ma- jors keep in shape. ' Stre-e-e-etch! Physical fitness is good for the rib-cage, at least. PEM Girls become fitness fiends President Kennedy -take note! There are kindred spirits in the White House emphasis on physical fitness here on the KSTC campus: The women of the Physical Education Majors Club spearhead the local fitness program. This club strives to en- courage high standards of leadership and scholarship in the fields of physical education and recreation. In a program by an international figure-skating cham- pion the members vicariously swished through the graceful lines of the figure eight. Other programs included a talk by a track official of the Rome Olympics, a panel on foreign physical education programs, and a trip to National Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. By newsletter, contact with graduates all over the country was re-established. A coffee held during the Homecoming season and a chili supper rounded out the year's social activities. ROW ONE: B. Relford, J. Woodson, P. Duffey, C. Myers, vice-presidentg G. Ruffino, president, B. Nicely, secretary- treasurerg B. Dunham, M. Minshall, S. Carley, Dr. Estes sponsor. ROW TWO: L. Hendren, M. Droddy, B. Tomeki D. Davis, K. Kinsella, P. Carny, S. Foulkes, N. Stoops, J. Baker, S. Ford. ROW THREE: M. Ralston, M. Langham- mer, J. Widner, K. Wilson, M. Sturhan, C. Craig, R. Rice E. Lowe, W. Oppliger. ROW FOUR: R. Lindhost, B. Lehr B. Grissom, S. Adams, M. Jackson, E. Mitchell, R. Sorg G. Shouse. Tournament roster posted by W.A.A. ROW ONE: J. Barnett, sponsor: G. Ruffino, L. Jones, re- corderg M. Droddy, B. Relford, vice-president, L. Hen- dren, president: S. Foulkes, secretary, G. Shouse, histor- ian, B. Moreno, treasurer, C. Cunningham. ROW TWO: C. Myers, J. Woodson, C. Craig, M. Minshall, S. Curley, D. Davis, N. Stoops, B. Tomek, J. Baker, S. Ford, B. Morley. ROW THREE: P. Duffey, M. Ralston, M. Langhammer, Cries of "play ball" echo throughout the women's gym, and members of the Women's Athletic Association show off their sporting talents. The WAA sponsors school- wide basketball, volleyball, and softball tournaments for the sports-minded females of KSTC. Each spring, the association sponsors a volleyball sportsday in which girls' teams from several Missouri and Iowa schools participate. Capping the year's activities is the spring banquet where the annual awards are pre- sented. R. Lindhorst, R. Sorg, K. Platz, M. McGowan, B. Nicely J. Case, B. Dunham. ROW FOUR: C. Simmons, C. Jones J. Hoover, J. Widner, K. Wilson, E. Mitchell, E. Lowe, B Grissom, R. Rice, J. Simler. ROW FIVE: C. Baugh, S. Hill W. Oppliger, P. Carney, M. Jackson, K. Ratliff, S. Adams B. Lehr, D. Bruse. "And just in case plan number seventy-eight doesn't work, we'l1 try three-hundred . . . ." instructs intra- mural coach, Graceann Ruffino. ROW ONE: F. Gottschalk, K. Gross, N. Yamane, K. Rich- ards, D. Tharp, L. Morley, L. Wolfmeyer, R. Mason, L. Putz, S. Falconer. ROW TWO: L. Easterday, S. Thomas, D. Daly, R. Daly, G. Hendren, J. Soderstrom, B. Crocker, L. Rhoads, K. Peck, P. LaBrier, M. Anderson, P. Jobe. Awe and admiration ensue with scrutiny of Stu- dent National Education Association's roster of mem- bership. One-hundred-forty education majors meet the standards and challenges and reap the rewards of N.E.A.'s collegiate auxiliary. State Convention in St. Louis saw Jim Soder- strom, local S.N.E.A. president, take the gavel to pre- ROW ONE: M. Minshall, K. Jenkins, M. Moore, E. Lutz, G. Damron, B. Hetheriton, A. Mohr, D. Timm, B. Barklage, P. Epperson. ROW TWO: B. Wheeler, J. Rees, L. Smith. J. Wood, K. Trobough, C. Cunningham, M. Vetter, P. Bailey, K. Blackman, K. Christensen, J. Case, J. Wiler. ROW THREE: W. Johnson, W. Doyle, R. Lindhorst, I. Hib- ler, R. Lehmann, J. Owen, F. Waddle, D. Detwiler, D. Davis, P. Embree, J. Wheeler, B. Tate. ROW FOUR: J. Roush, B. Haley, T. Landis, D. Brees, L. Ratliff, R. White, G. Parker, R. Wessel, V. Bain, R. Collins, D. Peter. side on a state level. Subscription to HNEA Journal" and "School and Community Magazine exemplified just one benefit to successful teaching made available by S.N.E.A. to its members. Mr. Richard Carrigan, director of S.N.E.A., visited campus this fall as guest cf KSTC,s organiza- tion. ROW THREE: J. Baker, K. Conley. P. Smith, M. Grifiith, M. Cox, C. Jones, J. Killion, L. White, D. Bruse. ROW FOUR: R. Cook, S. Giachino, M. Hendricks, A. Rhodes, K. Briggs, J. McMurry, J. Brewer, C. Lincoln, J. Dromey. G. Barley, J. Hoover, K. Hintz, V. Clawson. "Togetherness! The secret of passing tests is collaboration, not cheating," explains Brandt Crocker to Jan MacDonald while Larry Putz remains moral. , S.N.E,A. members listen to Miss Massey Goins and cherish the thought of someday seeing themselves in her position. Teaching is taught to tudent L ational Education Association ROW ONE: D. Novinger, C. Sultzman, C. Loughridge, re- porter, B. Averbuch, lst vice-president, M. Conover, presi- dent, N. Katsaras, 2nd vice-president, J. Tharp, secretary B. Spencer, historian, T. Lindsay, assistant sponsor, Dr Mituer, sponsor. Row TWO: B. Leslie, J. Ratliff, P. Dufl fey, M. Nicholson, S. Fultz, N. Stoops, G. Ruffino, P. Lamb M. McGowan, J. Woodson, C. Craig, J. Davis, B. Weber, J 9 Ward. ROW THREE: R. Grimshaw, J. Burt, L. Lantz, B. Freise, C. Myers, S. Shettle, H. Wilson, S. Foulkes, J. Mu- sick, B. Waterman, S. Boyd. E. Martens, G. Grannis. ROW FOUR: F. Yackley, P. Swann, J. Lowther, L. Woods, S. Hill, M. Murray, J. Wilson, B. Gibbs, J. Henderson, D. Buhr, D. Stine, N. Harding, J. Latta. 93 ROW ONE: D. Cole, sponsor, L. Raid, L. Jensen, treasurerg P. Epperson, presidentg L. Deeds, secre- tary, D. Davis. ROW TWO: D. Nothdurft, sponsor' 1 T. Ronan, R. Wells, J. Baxter, J. Brookhart, W. Wil- son. ROW THREE: W. Minor, W. Perkins, A. Over- Industrial Arts Club Acting as judges in contests and fairs, Industrial Arts Club men combine the thrill of awarding blue rib- bons with the drudgery of difficult decisions. Such judging allows members to practice techniques learned in class and further establish their well-earned reputa- tion of service. The Northeast Missouri Industrial Arts Fair and Spring Agriculture Contests are annual tasks. Likewise, I.A. boys act as guides on Parents Day. "Kansas City, here we come" rings through the bus that takes the Club to the city each year to visit Jack-of-all-trades, the jigsaw turns out every- thing from bed posts to pipe racks. I lander, P. Cooper, H. Butler. ROW FOUR: R. Nagel, M. Klocke, G. Rulon, L. McCarty, G. Grannis. ROW FIVE: R. Bagley, D. Riddle, J. Wilson, J. Clay, L. Brenizer. awards blue ribbons industries. Professional meetings with guest speakers keep their shared interests ever-present. Decorating the coats of club members, the public views a new pin which was designed by Industrial Arts Club. A traditional mechanical Homecoming float was also planned and constructed. Known as campus builders, these Industrial Arts majors are called upon to build trophy cases, set up buzzer devices, and wire public address systems. Their willingness to help others characterizes the main aims of the club. l Handwork oftentimes takes a back seat, and book work reigns for beginning Industrial Arts majors "Ankle bone connected to the leg bone . . .," Ed Smith authoritatively ex- plains art and anatomy to Don Freeman. Honorary Art Club udrawsn votes from judges for float If there is an art to winning Homecoming float prizes, the Honorary Art Club must know the technique well. Their float, "Bulldogs will snow 'em and sleigh 'em" snowed the judges, because it took top honors in two categories: Those of beauty and overall quality ffor the latter of which their creation won the Home- coming traveling trophyj. ROW ONE: D. Freeman, vice-presidentg E Smith, presidentg Nita Patterson, sponsorg S. Basler, treasurer. ROW TWO: S. Klingin- Spectatorswereduly "snowed and slain" with the Art C 1 u b ' s winning "Snow 'Em and Sleigh 'Em Homecoming float. smith, secretaryg P. Hediger, F. Gottschalk, J. Davidson, M. Thomas, A. Huff. ROW THREE: J. Hulen, T. Bricker, R. Moore. 95 ROW ONE: D. Matkin, associate judge, M. Vance, H. Adams, B. Fenlon, L. Whyte. Landrum, presiding judge, H. Breidenstein, ROW THREE: Dr. Hatcher, sponsorg W. clerkg R. Trainer. ROW TWO: F. Dyer, B. Creason, D. Bear, B. McClure. Parliamentar debate denotes Pre-Law lub "Mr. Chairman, I rise to a point of orderly' Re- The club saw a film entitled, "Mastery of the marks like this stimulate a courtroom-like atmosphere Law,'l which realistically portrayed various aspects of of parliamentary debate during Pre-Law Club sessions. law practice. Also, the pre-lawyers attend the mock Lawyers are often invited to lecture at the meet- legislature at Jefferson City. This activity included a ings. Edward Jayne and Vance F rick, local attorneys, party caucus and an election of a "governor" and other were guest speakers. state officers. "We, the people of the United States, in order to Kirk Memorial, with its mahogany-paneled chambers form a more perfect union, establish justice . . ." serves as the "Law Office" for aspiring custodians of liberty. ROW ONE: R. Novinger, J. Tharp, presidentg Miss Whit- son, sponsorg Mr. McReynolds, sponsorg S. Fultz, vice presidentg J. Shannon, secretary. ROW TWO: C. Olson, N. Waddill, M. Northup, M. McGowan, D. Caldwell, V. Claw- son, S. Zacharias. N. Yamane. J. Harness. ROW THREE .C.E. members express heir love for children 'hrough volunteer duty l Childrenas laughter ringing in play rooms, choco- late-covered fingers piling colored blocks, and band- aged knees heralding tree-clunbing victories are just "a few of the charms of youth which draw members to the Association of Childhood Education. A.C.E. members are united in their love of children. All work toward degrees in Elementary Education. Their good works include volunteer duty at the Kirksville Training School for Retarded Children and collection of Christmas toys for needy boys and girls. Such projects help A.C.E. members fulfill their purpose: The promotion of the well-being and edu- cation of children in the school, home, and com- munity. R. Grimshaw, K. Richards, M. Murry, E. Murphy, K. Nishi- K. Conley, J. Case. ROW FOUR: J. Birkeness, D. Daly, S Ping, V. Miller, J. Worrell, J. Leach. ROW FIVE: B. Spen cer, P. Embree, E. Gottman, J. McMurry, J. Books. "See Spot run." reflects the simple straight-forwardness of a first-grader. Agriculture boys umake ha " at barnwarming Mrs. O'Leary's cow did not kick the lan- tern, but Colhecon and Agriculture Club suc- cessfully warmed the barn, as is the annual tradition in the two clubs, without her services. Calls of "do-se-do your corner!" and "right and left grand!" to the rhythm of feet stomp- ing straw lifted the spirits of Farmer Brown and his country gal at this festive Barnwarming Dance. School-spirited ag boys also bade the Bull- dogs Hplow 'em under!" via their Homecom- ing float, and ate heartily at their Forest Lake picnic. Who will be the lucky winner of the Spring Soil Contests judged by these Vocational Agriculture men? ROW ONE: L. Crawford, secretaryg L. Meek, G. Roberts, K. Sandjari. ROW Fleak, vice-presidentg L. Primm, presidentg THREE: G. Biggs, J. Myers, G.fL1ebhart, N. Allen, sponsor. ROW TWO: B. Purdy, V. J. Moyer, J. Bastian. ROW ONE: K. Crumpacker, D. Pearson, sponsor, C. Aeschliman, president, M. Lewis, vice-presi- dent, M. Buchanan, treasurer, C. Revelle, in- structor. ROW TWO: N. Knight, J. Hall, M. Wil- son, P. Fields, J. Wiles, M. Bussard, B. Purdy, L Carothers, B. Leslie, M. Ahdoot, instructor. ROW THREE: G. Martin, C. McCu1ly, W. Uhland, M. Tharp, S. Magee, L. O'Connor. ROW FOUR: N. Van Dusen, D. Buttz, P. Briggs, R. Shoemyer, M. Vetter, J. McConnell, M. Hendricks. olhecon aspires to good food nd neat housekeeping Connoisseurs of fine foods, all - Colhecon mem- bers enhance their meetings with delicious desserts. The hostesses who conduct the most original and pala- table refreshments are awarded a prize at the Club's senior banquet. College Home Economics Club meets, alternately, in a social and professional spirit. In the social vein, the fall freshman get-acquainted picnic is most memor- able. With the men in Agriculture Club, Colhecon re- turns to an atmosphere of "down on the farm" for an- nual Barnwarming Dance. Using their home-making talents in business enter- prises, as well, the girls hold baked food sales to in- crease Co1hecon's gold reserve. Each and every effort, be it in fun or allserious- ness, is bent toward their goal of making excellent homes for American families of the future. 1 tau "The way to a man's heart is through his stomach," is as good a theory today as on the day it was coined. AEOLIAN CLUB--ROW ONE: L. Ruhs, Dr. Bulgin, sponsorg L. Sage, treasurer, H. Rekittke, president, J. West, secretary, J. Ratliff, K. Drury. ROW TWO: L. Tarter, V. Purcell, C. Hartman, L. Klinginsmith, I. Lowenberg, M. Black, D. Bittiker, M. Culbertson, M. Guinn. ROW THREE: D. Christy, J. Turner, J. Glad- Aeollan Club sounds off bach, N. Smith, M. Barnett, J. Priebe, R. George, J Hesley, P. Rowland. ROW FOUR: G. Wishmeyer, J Newhard, W. Doyle, R. Jones, J. Minshall, A. Trump L. Bland. ROW FIVE: J. McDonald, J. Ault, R. Shro yer, J. Teter, D. Rupp, B. Auld, J. Hall, J. Polak. World citizens unite Aeolian Club members compose, conduct, and vocalize in the sheer ecstasy of their favorite sound: music. These music education majors belong to na- tional and state organizations as well. Attendance at Missouriis Music Educators Con- 'LUnity is Strengthj, theme of the International Club's Homecoming float, epitomizes the aims of the campus cosmopolitan set. Fellow world travelers relish rice, tequila, wurst, and ice cream together at their Christmas party. This vention offers to the Aeolian Club harmonious clinics and displays. INTERNATIONAL CLUB--ROW ONE: S. Patel, O Darici, F. Klinkhammer, M. McClaskey, sponsor, L Barnett, J. Koekoek, A. Kalaventjou. ROW TWO: H Fong, J. Hwang, T. Kanchanadul, J. McNalley, F. Brandt, C. Martinez de Alva, S. Epperson, P. Dalal, P. Abaya. ROW THREE: J. Ku, L. Lovis, M. Blas Gym. quez, V. Coto, L. Glowienk, J. Elemans, K. Platz, P Hendessi, D. Novinger. ROW FOUR: H. Okano, A Moussali, G. Schorre, A. Sotela, H. Choi, B. Mah moody, Y. Kim, J. Ougo. ROW FIVE: F. Dini, M Shahangian, M. Zahedi, A. Kausari, K. Sandjari, M Lazich, J. Kottabi. M 5 M . waKx n year festivities were held December eighth ln Women s Img ROW ONE: R. Johnson, vice-presidentg N. McBride, secre G Colton F Robertson C Loughridge C Watts C Sultz tary-treasurerg W. Johnson, presidentg Dr. Kohlenberg man S Thomas A Mohr ROW THREE L Easterday T sponsorg P. LaBrier, B. Crocker, J. Musick. ROW TWO Landis R Stewart C Lincoln L Putz R Lohrman Historical Society honestly views the past Man has long looked to his past as an explana- tion of his present-day situationg and though this is a horrible thing to blame on the past, members of the KSTC Historical Society try to look at the past honestly and objectively. Intellectual highlight of the club year occurred when the organization journeyed to South Missouri to see permanent relics of history. At the annual spring banquet, a noted scholar was invited to speak before the group. Collegians interested in the social sciences may join the Historical Society, and the programs are intended to advance and supplement the members' knowledge of that field as gained in the college class- room. Wally Johnson, president of the Society, says, "We feel that the scope of our understanding has matured as a result of the agenda of activities which we experienced this yearf' 102 SIGMA ZETA--ROW ONE: Dr. Drennan, sponsor, Dr. Freeland, Dr. Rosebery, C. Epperson, vice presidentg B. Weber, president, R. Holton, secre- tary-treasurerg Dr. Finkel, Mr. Smith. ROW TWO: Mr. Walker, Dr. Gross, R. Brownlee, J. Beckert, I. Hibler, S. Chamberlin, S. Larason, P. Swann K. Adams. ROW THREE: D. Stine, J. Akagi-, J Honor ratios high in igma Zeta "E" equals not mc! but the usual grade earned by the members of Sigma Zeta, national honorary science society. This is an organization with one of the highest honor point ratios on campus. Programs on everything from packing houses to the chemistry of the gene topped the intellectual bill of fare for Sigma Zeta members this year. The group participates in the Annual Science Fair. Science and math majors who maintain high scholarship in their field of study may join. Latta, G. Hendren, J. Cannon, E. Cunningham, M. Conover, R. Mason. ROW FOUR: S. Falconer, L. Morley, C. Frank, G. Barley, L. Wolfmeyer, L. Rhoads, L. Morley. ROW FIVE: B. Vickerman, B. Connon, B. Daily, R. White, M. Khanfar, B. Bi- chon, J. Snyder. Pi Omega Pi members see Chicago Business of Pi Omega Pi may be business, but when it's national convention time in Chicago, who cares if a little pleasure gets mixed in! Though formal initiation is the year's solemn high- light, hard working future secretaries and executives don't mind emerging from stacks of musty ledgers and untranscribed shorthand notes to "give the business" to new members informally. Founded on this campus by Dr. P. O. Selby in 1923, Alpha Chapter has since sired 108 chapters with over 22,000 members. ' I PI OMEGA PI--ROW ONE: K. Crumpacker, K. Trobough, B. Haley, vice-president, S. Shettle, president: L. Hammons, secretary: K. Briggs, treasurer: G. Damron, reporter. ROW TWO: C. Jones, L. Smith, J. Setzer, B. Wheeler, W. Palmer, N. Newfield, B. He- theriton. ROW THREE: J. Hoover, L. Jones, L. Howarth, N. Robinson, D. Tharp. ROW FOUR: D. Hagan, J. Roush, F. Gottschalk, L. Durham, A. Rhodes, S. Giachino. PRE-NURSING CLUB--ROW ONE: C. Berndt, M. Dolan, J. Vincell, L. Hopkins, presidentg M. Biggs, Y. Cortez, secretary-treasurer. ROW TWO: B. Conley, K. Talbert, V. James, C. Weaver, vice-president: B. Cole, V. Lesko, J. Wood, N. O'Neal, S. Maloney, R. Head. Doctors and nurses guard health together "Carly on, nursen can now be heard above the familiar "Rah, Rah, Bulldogs" on campus, as Mrs. Sarah Wimp's student nurses embark on a new and rigorous training program for school and registered nurses. To qualify as a school or registered nurse, each student must go through four nine-month periods of study and two summers of general duty. Upon com- pleting training, the " lady in white" receives her B.S. in Education. As the Twist craze takes its toll of long-suffering back and sacroiliac, the men of KSTC,s Pre-Osteo- pathic Club aspire to someday help properly twist them back into place. Instructional movies and lectures and demonstra- tions by Osteopathic physicians, including at least one anatomy demonstration at KCOS each year, form the bulk of program material. The spring trip to Macon Sanitarium highlights the club year. PRE-OSTEOPATHY CLUB--ROW ONE: R. White, R. Bichon, J. Beckert, R. Strong, F. Leman H W. Burris, B. Graham, president, K. Banner, sec- Hoyt, T. Hawkins. ROW THREE: P. Chester G retary-treasurer, J. Cole, J. Vance. ROW TWO: Hayes, R. Kelley. 104 Good grooming week? K-Club athletes excel on track and court Formidable of bark and bite on turf, court, and cinder, the greats of the "Big Purple, serve the college through their K-Club organi- zation. The club promotes such worthy pro- jects as sponsorship of the annual football homecoming pep assembly and the R.E. Val- entine scholarship, a quarterly grant to the member with outstanding scholastic achieve- ment. Capping the social calendar is the spring banquet-outing. A social-professional organization, the K- Club was founded on this campus in 1915. Any varsity letterman is eligible for member- ship, and all graduate members in good stand- ing receive a lifetime pass to KSTC athletic activities. The members themselves raise funds for the club. This year the major source of in- come was the Marques Haynes' Harlem Ma- gician basketball game in early spring. The club strives to promote public relations in ath- 7 letics. ROW ONE: Mr. Pink, sponsor, E. Schlief, M. Cheh- val, corresponding secretary, B. Waterman, record- ing secretaryg A. Church, president, J. Ball, vice president, P. Claywell, D. Brownlee, treasurerg D Sissom. ROW TWO: J. Ward, D. Timm, G. Hendren, B. Sanders, T.- Lantz, D. Collier, M. McPike, J. Chad- wick. ROW THREE: R. Norris, R. Hudson, J. Van- Marter, E. Kelly, R. Miller, W. Sutter. ROW FOUR: J. Shepard, F. Waddle, J. Jones, G. Grimshaw, K Jerome, J. North, S. Thompson. ROW ONE: M. Huff, S. Mayes, N. Harding, treasurer, Foulkes, J. Lowrance, C. Grasel, presidentg L. Durham, Dempsey, E. Murphy, E. Drew, C. Huff, S. Hanna, Wolf. ROW TWO: J. Herron, C. Slaughter, B. Freise, Engle, J. Whirrett, secretary, D. Archer, historian, J. Wheeler, S. Chromoga, H. Wilson, A. Anderson, E. Perry, L. Jones, E. Gibson, K. Crumpacker, L. Lantz. High-kickin K-Dettes perform at games and parades Chief Settin' Bull in leotards? No, that was just the K-Dettes holding their Indian powwow for entertainment during a basketball game half- time. School spirit in skirts, the K-Dettes spice up college parades and ball games. K-Dettes were "heap good medicine" on an- other occasion. Spectators at the Mineral Bowl football classic between the champion gridiron Bulldogs and Parsons College needed no soothing mineral water as a bracer against the stiff winter winds when these girls appeared to charm away the chill. Homecoming found them rhythmically pound- ing Kirksville's pavements, a most cheery sight to old grads. Veteran performers under the cap- able guidance of choreographer Al Srnka, the girls also graced the ranks of the Veterans Day Parade. Look out, Russia! Here comes KSTC's an- swer to 50 megatons. Precision marching by the shapely K-Dettes adds a feminine note to parades. 105 Majestic music of bane 'U' Me era V P35-:fr - .ai I Es- -'55 'ffirriiiai N 4 wg. 5- 1 Y ROW ONE: CLARINETS: K. Linke, C. Sturgeon, M. Black, S. Wright, R. George, D. Matthews, B. Haley, N. Smith, D. Christy, L. Thomas, R. Shroyer, T. Aeschliman, G. Jones, M. Barnett, H. Rekittke, H. Breidenstein. ROW TWO: FLUTES: L. Klinginsmith, L. Tartar, D. Ballantyne. OBOES: J. Soderstrom, L. Baker. ALTO CLARINET: E. tug xl5nml MLmmvL , u Lowe. BASS CLARINETS: B. Boling, D. Cate. J. Polak, M. Forrest. ALTO SAXOPHONES: M. K. Drury, A. Orr, L. Jones. TENOR SAXOPHONES Lauffer, C. Spotts, S. Thompson, D. Stump. BAR11' SAXOPHONE: J. Teter. ROW THREE: CORNETS Ridgeway, J. McDonald, R. Schallen, C. Hartman, Try-outs in September grouped together five talented girls who had never performed together previously. They made a spark- ling asset at the half-time, during football season when they work- ed with the band under the su- pervision of Mr. Duden. Displaying excellent teamwork they led the Homecoming parade and also twirled at the Pep Rally in Pershing before the Queen's coronation. Their last appearance this year was in Excelsior Springs where they gave a spectacular performance during half-time of the Mineral Bowl! lazes from Iowa to Indiana i" f ' 'Z ', 1 ' ,lvl Y 3 . . Newman, B. Crocker, D. Brandtner, D. McVeigh, D. Mc Anulty, D. Davis, A. Kaiser, M. Leppin, S. Malloy. FRENCH HORNS: L. Byens, J. Dutemple, M. Nicholson, J. Tarner, S. Laird, E. Davis, J. Gladback, L. Sage, J. Hall. ROW FOUR: TROMBONES: K. Thomas, W. Doyle, With a bright blare of shining brass and. black woodwinds the Varsity Band strutted on the field. White tassels fluttered in the wind, the baton was raised, and the band showed its musical and marching prowess. . Besides playing for all the home games, the band participated in the half time cere- monies at the Mineral Bowl game. During basketball season, the Varsity Band divided into three pep boosted bands. During its annual springftour, the Con- cert Band presented approximately fifteen . concerts in Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa. As its "swan songn, the Concert Band presented a post-tour concert in Kirksville. L. Ruhs, D. Rupp, J. Priebe. BARITONES: N. Oppliger, M. Culbertson, S. Miller, B. Jones, J. Minshall. ROW FIVE: B. Schaffer, C. Shelton, B. Kottmann. BASSES: B. Berry, R. Gottman, A. Ault, F. Teter, J. Newhand. PER- CUSSION: A. McClymonds, G. Wishmeyer. ' M' ' ' ' 9 ." 1 , 1 faY:.,.,, ' fl1'WE:,. L.. inf,--., "'-Q.- . . ,. 52.-ies? P1--.2 . - . . je- .1 BAND OFFICERS--J. Polak, president, J. Hall, vice-presidentg S. Laird, secretary, J. Priebe, treasurer, C. Hartman, alumni secre- tary. 107 108 ROW ONE: J. Ranney, M. Howard, G. Huenemann, J. Lewellyn, C. Shelton, L. Byers, B. Haley, H. Rekittke Polak, M. Forrest, B. Lawson, G. Bartlett, S. ROW FOUR: W. Fitzsimmons, G. Wishmeyer, A. Hopewell, P. Rowland, S. Miller, L. Bland, H. Hopewell. ROWaTWO: J. Ewing, D. Marquardt, M. Lazich, D. Bal- lantyne, L. Karel, J. Soderstrom, R. Powell, A. Berkshire, Clemens, J. McDonald, R. Schaller, J. Hall, S. Laird, C. Simmons, F. Kirchberger, D. Richardson, N. Karel. Sage, J. Gladbach, D. Rupp, K. Thomas, L. Ruhs, ROW THREE: J. Kaise, S. Webb, C. Webb, S. Hobson, L. Guinn, J. Newhard, D. Williams, J. Ault. Audiences deli ht in orchestra rendition of Handel's 66Messiah" Thrilled audiences rose respectfully to the chords of Handelis "Hallelujah Chorus" as the Orchestra rendered THE MESSIAH with talent and technique. Concerts throughout the year as well as the annual opera give music enthusiasts an opportunity to play or hear the finest, most enjoyable musical literature. As in many college communities, adults not regularly enrolled in college who are proficient on their instruments play in the orchestra. William Fitz- simmons, conductor, is building his group up to a full symphonic complement. A light vein was introduced to the orchestra's cultural contributions this spring when they played "The Beggar's Opera." Ron Shroyer and Joe Hall, orchestra members, collaborated in the composition of a score for "A Comedy of Errors," which one section of the group played. Classical music and light lyrics vary repertoire of NEMO singers "Do ra mi" trilled up and down a scale permeates the campus. lt's the Nemo Singers practicing in the north end of Baldwin Hall. The Nemo's are carefully chosen by Dr. Stephen Hobson for their ability to blend their voices to the traditionally fine music of the group. Each year the Nemo Singers join the Concert Band for a tour of Northern Missouri, Southern Iowa, Western Illinois and the St. Louis area. They present, approximately fifteen programs of clas- sical selections, popular songs and Negro spirituals. ROW ONE: M. Hanson, L. Upchurch, J. Ratliff, P. Wells, D. Stump, M. Black, K. Marks, A. Roberts, J. Robertson, J. Ewing. ROW TWO: A. Gallion, L. Bartlett, B. Rus- bolt, J. West, J. McMurry, D. Bittiker, V. Hitt, D. Christy, J. Van Hesley, I. Lowen- berg, M. Guinn. ROW THREE: D. Cate, E. Watson, L. Sailor, R. George, R. Shroyer, P. Gosling, R. McGraw, L. Ruhs, E. Miller, A. Trump. ROW FOUR: Dr. Hobson, R. Jones, W. Edwards, B. Auld, M. Lazich, D. Hopp, B. Berry, J. Hall, J. Minshall. 109 Baptist students congregate for fellowship at the Baptist Student nion "Never on Sunday" but all through the week the Baptist Student Center provided the setting for church- related activities for Baptist students and friends. A chapel opened during fall quarter rapidly be- came a favored meeting place for campus groups as well as for regularly scheduled weekday religious serv- ices. Added basement area permitted an enlarged rec- reation program. BSU members may recall with nostalgia highlights of 1961-62, such as patio picnics, gospel teams, month- ROW ONE: J. Fox, sponsorg P. Wells, W. Edwards, J. W. Brewer, J. McMurry, G. Wishmeyer, vice-president, W. Doyle, presidentg C. Olson, V. Clawson, J. Hall, P. Mesten, N. McBride. ROW TWO: J. Mayes, K. Youngberg, J. Sim- ler, J. Tillatson, D. Caldwell, L. Hammons, D. J. Higgins C. Weber, L. Hopkins, W. L. Baker, L. Tartar, M. Culbertz son, L. O'Connor, B. Leslie. ROW THREE: G. Snyder, M. A new chapel adds grandeur to the Baptist Student Union building on the campus. ments Rev. Ralph M. G. Smith. ly supper programs, intramurals, and Religious Em- phasis Week. "Fifth Quarter Festivities" following football and basketball games, pizza suppers, banquets, retreats, conventions, Sunday services at First Church crowded with nearly 200 other college friends, and yard decorations at Homecoming rounded out an in- tensive religious-centered extra-curriculum. President Doyle and the Executive Council steered the group to its tenth annual highest rating from the national offices to climax a good year. Tharp, J. Olson, V. Miller, J. Lichtenberg, C. Sturgeon, C Sarver, J. West, K. Carroll, J. Waelder, J. Harness, P. Rowland. ROW FOUR: J. Crenshaw, J. Ault, R. George, M. Magruder, G. Liebhart, D. Vierck, R. Humphrey, M. Sim- ler, D. Novinger. ROW FIVE: J. Killion, H. Barrett, T. Strother, G. Broyles, B. Sanders, J. Teter, R. Draper, C Epperson, L. Raid, B. McClure, V. Hysinger, C. Lincoln. "Chicken-cue? It is fun, whatever it means o FRESHMAN COUNCIL--ROW ONE: J. Medlin, L. Hill, O. Smith, K. Youngberg. ROW TWO: C. Sarver, R. Hensley, J. Waelder. ROW THREE: R. Humphrey, V. Hysinger, R. George, R. Jenkins, J . Mc- Bride, M. Woods. From barbeques to buzz sessions with B.S.U. BSU members appetites soared as the girls spread session, students never failed to throng the Student the mouth-watering supper under sunny fall skies. Center. Whether attracted by such substantial meals, or the Conversations over "coketails" and quiet study in less calorie-filed food-for-thought of the informal buzz the lounge covered the gamut of student life--all within the basically religious-centered context. Serious studying, philosophizing, Coketime is playtime in the basement and hilarious cutting-up all have a of the Baptist Student Union. place in the lounge of the BSU. ii V ui um H 1: 1 v 1 ' if A l .,, 5 .:., ,lf ,, . lf Wait, girls! It's fattening! II Before leaving the registration line, KSTC stu- exemplify Wesley's gay, witty atmosphere at other ROW ONE: B. Berry, E. Murphy, D. Rankin, campus co ordinatorg A. Baldwin, secretary, Rev. Schadt, director, W. Burris, president, P. Smith, vice-president, J. Tharp. ROW TWO: J B ers B. Conle S Fultz C. Husler H. - Y , Y, - , , Breidenstein, L. Hill, G. Schorre, L. Glowienke G. Martin K. Conley, E. cunningham, N. Knight. Row JFHREE: cf Jones, J. Case, C. Watts, M. Marling, K. Adams, M. Bucha nan, L. Teasley, S. Magee, H. Wilson. ROW FOUR: J. Newhard, L. Whyte, C. Walton, D. Bachmann, F. Roensch, E. Lowe, J. Hoover, D. Bruse. ROW FIVE: R. Winslow, R. Dooley, M. Chapman, L. Byers, B. Berry, A. Mohr, R. Parmenter, G.. Hendren, K. Jerome, R. Collins, J. Steven- SOII. hureh and college education merges through Wesley Foundation dents meet members of the Methodist Wesley Founda- tion extending invitations to fellowship. Wesley is the organized educational ministry reaching from the Methodist Church to campus. In a unified approach to students, faculty, and staff, Wesley Foundation stresses participation in college life. Worship, study, and discussion sessions keep re- ligious emphasis and responsibility always before the members. However, such piety and meditation doesn't times. Fall finds them building Homecoming floats or singing from hayracks. In the spring, all get out corn- cob pipes and head for a hillbilly weekend in the Ozarks in South Missouri. Convinced that their faith is of year-round dura- tion, Wesleyans continue their activities throughout the summer quarter. If "it's a grand night for singing," the Wesley Quar- tet composed of Phil Gos- ling, Roger Gartrell, Mike Chapman, and Rufus Win- slow may likely be heard. 112 Snug under the s h e 1 t e r house at F o r e st Lake, Newman C 1 u b Members use their imaginations to turn hamburger to steak. Newman Club turns rebel for fall dance With rebel yells of loyalty and energy, Newman Club swept into the fall session by staging a "Rebel Rouser" dance. True sons of both North and South captured the spirit of fun and coopera- tion. Follow-up victories included a get-acquainted party at Thou- sand Hills State Park in September, a spaghetti supper, and a Day of Recollection. Newman Club members are representatives of the Catholic religion on campus. Pilgrimages are made to retreats at Concep- tion Abbey, P.E.C. meetings at St. Joseph and Kansas City, and a Province Convention. Business, social, and Patrician meetings are held each month by KSTC's chapter of the National Club. The latter are dedicated to discussions of religious life in collegeg its importance and prob- lems. ROW ONE: F. Dyer, E. Kelly, W. Daily, R. Lehmann, pres- identg Father Bobay, chaplain, R. Bradley, sponsor, C. Aeschliman, lst vice-presidentg S. Ables, 3rd vice-presi dent, T. Horace, L. Rathbun. ROW TWO: R. Gladbach, D Davis, M. Matkin, M. Giovannini, J. Monahan, G. Pepper, C. Bradley, M. Daily, L. Wallace, B. Wetter, J. Moore, M Plum. ROW THREE: R. Lindhorst, J. Pieper, P. Schuch Taking a break from the swift dance tempo beat by "Jan McDon ald's Combo,', Carol Aeschliman IS refreshed at the Newman Club soda stand. man, D. Bull, J. Elemans, M. Poole, K. O,Donnell, J. Rob ertson, R. Shoemyer, B. Lenzini, E. Cozzoni, M. Pote, P Carney, J. Galbraith, B. Moreno, D. Adam, J. Gladbach ROW FOUR: W. Musholt, B. Buckman, R. Mantione, J Ronchetto, M. Sweeney, J. Dromey, W. Mosher, J. Owen F. Waddle, G. Prichard. Religion is 'primar in .P.Y. From party politics to the bomb scare, College United Presbyterion Youth's programs ran the timely gamut of today's anxieties. Besides such serious sub- jects, the group found timefor a hayride, a "Chili Day" fund-raising project, and selected religious movies. U.C.C.F.--ROW ONE: C. Hartman, M. Manning president: O. Tratchel, vice-president: J. Hutchi son, secretary: M. McElyea, treasurer, D. Meek- er, campus minister. ROW TWO: L. Carothers, R Grimshaw, C. Resinger, L. Dawson, L. Robinson, U.P.Y.--ROW ONE: K. Gross, sec- retary-treasurerg E. Meyer, report- er: J. Thomas, president: S. Berry, vice-president. ROW TWO: J. Fish- er, M. Johnson, A. Porter, K. Rich- ards, J. Davidson, J. R e e s , D. Tharp. .C.C.F. conducts clinic ' Birds chirped and bees buzzed figuratively as the United Campus Christian Fellowship conducted its Courtship and Marriage Clinic. Other highlights .in- cluded organizing the UCCF players and winning the religious organization plaque for the most donors to the Red Cross Blood Program. D. Brantner. ROW THREE: K. Blackman, J. Da- vis, J. Wood, B. Purdy, L. Smith, J. Hutchison. ROW FOUR: E. Gaug, R. Hook, D. Beelendorf, R. Berrey, L. Armstrong. 114 -- GAMMA DELTA--ROW ONE: Mrs. Kohlenberg, sponsorg M. Wolf, president: S. Alwin, secretary- treasurerg M. Sturhan. ROW TWO: N. Spellman, S. Wescott, C. Adams, J. Cox, F. Tieman, J. Lutherans stud hristian living Service and knowledge are key words in Gamma Delta, association of Lutheran students. This religious organization promotes Christian knowledge through Bible study and service to its fellowmen in a Christian atmosphere. Gamma Delta discusses topics which help them understand their. church and lead a Christian life at college through vespers, services, recreation, and re- freshments. Flowers. ROW THREE: Rev. Lange, pastorg W. Sutter, L. Wolfmeyer, K. Linke, B. Vickerman, D. Kahler, Dr. Kohlenberg, sponsor. Young Masons prepare for future The compass of Square and Compass Club traces a membership circle which any student who is a Mason may enter. The Teachers College organization works closely with local Masonic citizenry. Spring banquet guests, President Walter Ryle and Dean Wray Rieger, urged the group to continue its study and promotion of Freemasonry principles. SQUARE AND COMPASS--ROW ONE: D. Lee, treasurer, R. Cook, secre- taryg D. Walter, vice-president, J. Farnsworth, president. ROW TWO: W. Eastin. W. Creason. G. Rulon. D. Riddle. i 115 Yearbook becomes 116 I Jerry C. Noble, Editor-In-Chief Larry Wickless, Business Manager. an obsession for big five Bob Vickerman, Assistant Business Managerg Dale Rankin, Assistant Editor Denny Wigal, Sports Editor Bonnie Bigsby, Linda Huntsman, and Keith Dinsmore laugh gaily at their own clever cutlines. Echo Staff Members work many 24-hour days , 5 . A ' -gif-2:-5-5:1 5 1 bi" I V ' v 4 Q 'lf' 6 'l S zhh hnnn 1 W X ,, V .H W" I . 1 4. JV' ' O L" , .1-1 ' -LL l fi: in l r i W, ' s -if "f JL Q A eh is 'A-ask 'feng 1 fax , I ' , X Ian? Roger Soderman, Cameraman. A frozen Pepsi-cola leaned precariously on the third story window ledge. Inside, a coffee-maker gleamed, out of character with the stacks of cups turned murky by strong brew. The radio, typewriters, and coat- rack stood silent. Editor Jerryis whip sprawled, limp, in the corner. Yet such a scene did not denote defeat, but a glorious victory. THE ECHO HAD GONE TO PRESS! None but the yearbook staff who had endured Wick's worrying, Dale's fretting, Vic's frolicking, and Ja Cee's conniving could appreciate their triumph. As well as authentic staff contributions, profound cutlines, artistic lay-out, and comedy relief were added by volunteers. Fritzi Gottschalk, Linda Wickless, Alice Rhodes, Alice Snyder, Bryant Tate, Dee Roberts, and Helen Babbitt, sponsor, likewise perfected KSTC's yearbook. The additional time, and effort given to the staff by Mr. Glenn Rider proved invaluable throughout the year. Do not break silence. Men working. .. ,,.11?-.N,.....,-..-,....-E-411.-.. 1 11111g221g2s 1 L1 1' 1 H 159125311 .QQ Eff 3. Q, sski- . 1 ..1.,.1 ssl 5 A 1 1 U11- X 1 1 1 '1 11 ,1 1 1- 1 1 ' L' :isffgiig E1 1 11 aff 1 Y ' WJ: 1' 1 'Z 111 111155 1 1 if .1 ' -1 51 1 . 5 . . 1111115722 ,. , "4 ' 1 111.15 1 5' . 1 1 1 ' 11. 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Y 3 1 411 - F ' 11 . x 11 Q W ,. M LQNZL ffssiba. Each year on campus represents a new chapter in the lives of the student body classified under the titles of freshman, sopho- more, junior or senior. These titles tell a story and set a mood quite important to each individual. Classes tell a story for the wondering and confused freshman, the pensive sophomore, the experienced junior and the fearful senior waiting to don the mortar board and gownin his exit from school. Beyond these groups is the graduate who obviously real- izes the changing times necessitates a need for further education. Classes indicate progress, a primary concern of the student who is trying to pass his course with honors. And within each class there are usually the closest friends and the greatest mem- ories of the four or more years in college. lasses fit' . N i , 43325.-F x it s ' '1" 'ER 1 - - 2-Liw .?55bQfh7fY,i'kiL ' glial" I il fg5:g+'a3v3i55l mg-fe? Kwai-rv fv .Mia 9,4 M ,-,q,,r.Q::iir1y Exiiilif Q ' : -I ,Q 1. , I i ' '-fgrrm f- , , , if aihiggjw ,ameri wwf if , Wg. E . S at ,lm ' it , .,.., i . -pez- .sllu W swim Jiifrsfgggg I l "H um 'Wu 'Yami rl W I 'N Y f iisit' , 1 Q ' " ' ' 13.355 xl- w :Wm ,Z 36' -C f--Fx me if 1 l 1 'imyigfn Ezfzww' ,Z . - , A 1 , l N .L . V l 1 1-'- Seated: Tom Duden, presidentg Richard Novinger, vice-presidentg Bill Allen, secretary. Standing: Sandi Wigal, councilwomang Mike Moran, treasurerg Robert Cook, council- man. 120 Graduates Tfge Z . Prisma Nola Abaya Davao City, Dauao, Phillipines Elementary Guidance Joyce Akagi Kaumakani, Kauai, Hawaii Mathematics ' 1 an .. w me l -ar .fat , , 1, , 1 w . ,l ,- E Tklf YM' fig lu" .uMM,5 if , H5525 Il,,w-gli: A if 1 ,,M , l " ,I 5 ex, an ,111 -e1,f,:3.,:e:7ff-, -' , Y .ig if-5 . , , n,Q1g.d ,l lofi,-jLf'1j l if- i H A v f l 'f- " X i , 'Ef Ff h' .. vqifif-. -' , ' li ns' ' -1. I . ' -41 2 a -Q : Q f 1 fu - '- . Q gala- T 1 - - , ff "' " Wu r.-Q 'Q' T' I L, ! 'X 4 - '-" "-T' T ls 25:53-'Ext ' M2 5 5' - 'ffiiifwffl I 2 ' ' ' "Lili Class ffieers Bill Allen Kirksville City School Administration Dale Bagley Kirksville Science Mary Lou Barker Burlington, Iowa Elementary School Administration Anthony Barulich Cresskill, N.J. Physical Education Glenn Bowdish Springfield, Iowa Elementary Education Herbert Boyles Purdin Guidance Robert Cook Canton City School Administration Dale Coorts Linneus A Physical Education Pushpa Dalel Burodu, India Education Tom Duden Allerton, Iowa City School Administration Helon Harwell Kirksville Elementary Education Jane Hwang Pahang, Malaya English Education Charles Inouye Waimea, Kauai, Hawaii School Administration Don Kelly Mystic, Iowa Guidance -Janet Lambkin St. Charles Music Jerry Merrell Maywood Industrial Arts Note Mitchell - Louisiana Physical Education Mike Moran Lyndhurst, N.J. Physical Education Larry Morley Green City Mathematics Elizabeth Novinger Kirksville English Richard Novinger Kirksville Elementary Education Nina Roberts Kirksville Physical Education Fanstino Romano Manilla-, Philippines English William Sapp Kirksville Elementary Administration Parvaneh Shaghafi Tehran, Iran Jesse Sorg Palmyra Physical Education Fred Stone Frankfort Elementary School Administration Mike Wagner Higbee Biology Don Weber Harmibal Music Robert Wheeler Brookfield Sandi Wigal Kirksville Special Education Bill Young Warsaw, Ill. Education Graduates L: Z 121 Class fficers Enjoying their Senior Tea are: Phyllis Youngg Carol Aeschli- man, secretary-treasurerg Mari- lyn Vetter, councilwomang Jim Henry, presidentg Matt Sweeney, vice-president. I Senlors Students exercise their voting privilege in a student council election Emilio Abouhamad ......... ...... C aracas, Venezuela Business Administration. International Club: Newman Club Gerald Aden ................ .............. Q uincy, Ill. Business Administration Betty Ann Adkins ........................ ---BraShea1' Elementary Education Carol Aeschhman ......... .......... ....... K 1 rkSV1llG Home Economics. Cardinal Key, president: Colhecon, presi- dent: Newman Club, corresponding secretary: Sigma Sigma Sigma, corresponding secretary: Senior Class, secretary: Chorus James Alexander ................... ......... M Oberly Psychology Linda Allison ................... ...... O ttumwa, Iowa Elementary Education. ACE: SNEA l Carl Altrogge .................... ............- M eX1C0 Social Science I . Stanley Ambrosia .........-.........e.... --K1rkSv111e Social Science Anderson ................... .. .... Green City Home Economics. Delta Zeta: Cheerleader: Colhecon h Anderson ............................. K1rksv11le Art Education Kay Anderson .................... Rockford, Ill. Delta Zeta: ACE: SNEA Mt. Pleasant Iowa Physical Education m------------ Y " 'TLTW Elm l ee I. fr Z Seniors ,Ihr 4 r s , mx, Mgtggl E ? ' Levin , . ,. -i ,ljtajh ,. 'iifl'-' 5134, "' I - ,1"f-- ' 4 ' M, 4 in V fl. -. I, ez 3' ' ,- .A if ' lgiflfig, Egg' 1 i ' -. 7 " , "i'ii':'4 Q ,lg . N 1 , .,.e.E it ' ,nal I M' 'J' 1 J Sally Andrews- .......... ............ R ock Island, 111. Elementary Education. Delta Zeta, vice-president: ACE, state recorder: SNEA: WAA: Young Democrats: Student Social Committee Peggy Arlgerer- ....................... -Jefferson City Elementary Education. Jerry Armbruster--- Alpha Sigma Alpha: ACE:'SNEA -----------------------K1rksv11le Biology Beatrice Au- ........................ Honolulu, Hawaii Elementary Education. ACE: SNEA ' B0b Auld ........................... Centerville, Iowa Music. Aeolian Club: Kappa Delta Pi: NEMO's Janice Auld ......................... Centerville, Iowa Home Economics 123 ,Qi aaa .Wag sgssgegv ,ui , 2' X fe Herbert Batchelder ........... -North Reading, Mass- Physical Education. Young Republicans: Track James Baxter ............ ...--.--- ----------- L 11 Ceme Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club I Sandra Beard ............ .----------- ---- K 3 H535 CIW Elementary Education Ray Beasley ---------- --,H-,,,, ,,,,,,,..l. - - Centralia Business Administration Lucille Beck ..........-- --------- ---------- - - -Novelty Business Education. Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Omega Pi . John Beckett ........ ......--- - -s---- -------- M e mphls Biology 124 fi Seniors John Ault ,............ ........a............ B rentwood Music. Acolian Club: BSU: International Club: Young Re- publicans Verna Ausmus. ............................. Balis, Ill. Elementary Education Ben Averbuch ............................... St. Louis Physical Education. Phi Sigma Epsilon: SNEA: Juniury Class. president Bill Bailey.- ....,.................... Centerville, Iowa Mathematics. K-Club: Golf Virgil Bain .....n..,--,,,-,,-, ----,--.---x---h M ercer Biology. SNEA Glenna Baker .,,,,,.,,,,,,,-,-,-, ,---,---,-- C 11-ence. Elementary Education Dorothy Ballantyne ..-....,,,.,,,.- ,,,--- H obart, Ind, Elementary Education. Aeolian Club: ACE: SNEA' West- minster Fellowship, secretary-treasurer: Band: Orchestra Kay Banner ............. .......... - -- ..... Kirksvillel Zoology. Cardinal Key, historian: Pre-Osteopathic Club, sec retary-treasurer: Sigma Zeta George Barley ..........., --,--..,,-,,,-.,, W eugvill Mathematics. Sigma Zeta: SNEA Jack Barnes- ............,,. , ,,..---,,-- -Kansas Cit Business Administration. Sigma Tau Gamma Martha Barrows ........,..,...., ,,,--,,--,,-,, P urdi Business Education J un1or Baskett .......s,...-,.,,..,,., g--,,- K irksvill Biology ax , .3 4 .,, ,q n..yyy y . . . wr A steady hand, a keen eye, and sound equipment are a 'must' for good metal lathe operation. Robert Beilstein ..................,........ La Grange English and Biology Raymond Bernard ....,H...... .. .............e LaP1ata Mathematics Rodney Birk ....,H.......H.................. Hermann Physical Education. Newman Club 0 i Joyce Birkeness ....e............... EXCGISIOI Sprmgs Elementary Education. ACE: SNEA: Wesley-Foundation x i5f.w?3+ , "IT, L- f:Tx5',Qai1'gi:.":' I 1 .- Q- f-fl :wa i f, 1 -"1Q1j3mC:Q 53:--3-ui f,,,.v I. . Q- -1 ' l i' iid-T'!Sffffil1'r YJ5' .9 i .v Jerry Bissell .... -, ............... .. ..... Ottumwa, Iowa Physical Education i i Leland Bland ..l,l.................. ...l.... K 1l'kSVlue Music. Aeolian Club: Oral Interpreters: Orchestra . Jerry Boatman ................................ Harris Business Administration Larry Boleach .........................ce , H .,... Macon Physical Education Larry Bollman ........ ..... - .......... - Norfolk, Neb. . Physical Education. Sigma. Tau Gamma: Alpha. Ifhi Omega Jean Books ............................. W11112mSbUfg laementary Education., ACE: SNEA: Westminster Fellow- B 'ID iQ Beverly Boos ................................ St, Louis H Speech l S Glenn Boos ........... - ...................... St. Louis N Business Administration. Sigma Tau Gamma: Echo King 125 Dr. Black describes the intricate structure gf at cat to his Comparative Anatomy stu- en s. Virgil BOPP ..................... .... B loomfield, Iowa Social Science L Patrick Bowden .........,,,,,,,-,, ,,,,,,,,,- H annibal Industrial Arts Helen Bradley- ,,.-.. ,,,--,,, ,,-,,,- ,,,,,,-- M e m phis' i Elementary Eiducation Wayne Brassfleld .....--,....--.--,-, ---,,--, T region I ' it f - Art Education. Alpha Kappa Lambda QM N" ,,, ,, - -- vi jg... - V ,Q Merilyn Brazil ....................... Riverside, Calif. Elementary Education ' David Brees ...A. ........ ................. A1 b ia, Iowa Social Science. Historical Society: SNEA Garry Briscoe .......,...........,...... Keokuk, Iowa , Qi? Accounting Gerald Brooks ............................. Marcellne , Business Administration. Sigma Tau Gamma . . Richard Brownlee .................... Ottumwa, Iowa Biology. Kappa Delta Pig Sigma Zeta Jeanne Buckallew .....................e ,Kansas City Elementary Education. WAA Bernard Buckman .................... ---Monroe City Sociology. Newman Club: Sigma Tau Gamma: SNEA: Young Democrats Ann Bullock ................................. LaPlata i Art Education. Alpha Phi Sigma: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Art Club: SNEA: WAA: Echo Queen 125 Donald Burnham ........,............. Chariton, Iowa Business Administration Mary Ann Bussard ...............,........ Brookfield Home Economics. Colhecon Lynn Byars ....................... Los Angeles, Calif. Social Science Louis Byers .......................... University City Social Science. Aeolian Club: Alpha Phi Omega, vice-prasi- dent: Historical Society: Sigma Tau Gamma, chaplain: SN- IgA:d Wesley Foundation: Young Republicans, praident: an Jan Wray Campbell ............. ...... L 1von1a, Mlch. Art Education Phyllis Canfield ,,..,....................... Kirksville Elementary Education Q Karen Carroll- ............................. .Hannibal Elementary Education - Walter Chase .-....... c .................. Chicago, Ill. Industrial Arts. Young Republicans Clark Christoffersen .............. ....--.--- K1 rkwood Mathematics , Judy Christopher ............... ......---- - -K11'kSV111e Art Education . Allen Church- ---H,,,,,,- , ,......,. East St. LOUIS, Ill. Physical Education and Business Administration. Blue Key! K-Club, president: Kappa Delta Pi: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 4 ' Stephen Ciska ................ ...........- Al bla, Iowa Business Administration X H : 1 lu , l l. 5 U' M 4. in l -5' l -7 l e . . v l'1lll111lIlgggl1lgg1 Lee Cloyed ........................... ...... Ki rksville Biology. l Sigma Tau Gamma Leslie Collins--- ............. .. ............ St. Patrick l Business Administration Richard Collins- ,....................... Mystic, Iowa Social Science. Alpha Phi Omega: SNEA: Wesley Founda- tion : Young Democrats Verna Collins ..........................,.... ,Lucerne ' Elementary Education . ' Millard Conover ..,........... , ........,, Gilman City Mathematics. BSU: Blue Key, vice-president: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Zeta: SNEA, president: Student Social Commit- tee: Who's Who Royce C00k- .......................... Ottumwa, Iowa Accounting. Alpha Phi Sigma 1 27 . - 7 if ' , E ::. ,I , .-,-.9 r ' Vg, , 1 vii' L ' 'g ' '.-'.. "R " H V . H w i W .Tu g V ' i ff , H ' . , ' A 1155- so 72125, , " 1:5 1 Elaine Dameron .- ..................... R00dh0uS6, Ill. Speech Correction. BSU: Oral Interpreters: College Players, secretary-historian l Glenda Damron ......................... ----HanI11bH1 Business Education. Pi Omega Pi, reporter: SNEA Osman Darici. ..................e.... Ankara, Turkey English. International Club Janet Davidson- ............... ..... ... ..... - K11'kSV1ue Dal Art Education. Art Club, secretary: Delta Zeta: historian: International Club: Kappa Delta Pi: .Student Social .Commit- tee: Echo Staff: Index Staff: Westminster Fellowship, presi- dent: WAA, Young Democrats, secretary l e Davls -,,----, -,,,,,,,,,,....... ........ S fl . LOUIS Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club: Phi Sigma Epsilon Diana Davis ..................... ........--.- M Oberly 128 Elementary Education. Delta Zeta: SNEA Seniors Paul Cooper ................................ Kirksville Secondary Administration Larry Coorts ................................. Linneus Physical Education Adah Coulson ........................... St. Catherine Elementary Education George Coulson ............................ Kirksville Biology Carol Craig ................................ Unionville Physical Education. SNEA: WAA: PEM Club Wayne Creason ..........,................... Glasgow Accounting. Pre-Law Club: Square and Compass Club: Young 'Democrats Larry Cum .... .......... . . ....s............. Brashear Industrial Education . Brandt Crocker ................. ...... C hariton, Iowa Social Science. Alpha Phi Omega. vice-president: Alpha Phi Gamma: Historical Society: Sigma Tau Gamma: SNEA: Young Republicans: Band: Who's Who: Dobson Hall Dorm Council, president Carla Cunningham .......................... Hannibal ' Elementary Education. ACE: Cardinal Key: Panhellenic Council: Sigma Kappa: SNEA: WAA: Blanton-Nason Dorm Council, presdent: Homecoming Queen: Who's Who Jerry Curley ................................. Trenton Business Administration Denna Daly ..... ...........,................. M oberly ' Elementary Education. ACE: SNEA E Richard Daly ..,..........................-. gMob Physical Education and Social Science. SNEA X . , Z X . I 1 , 1 arry Dinsmore ............,......,... Fremont, Iowa Physical Education. Sigma Tau Gamma: SNEA: Young Democrats endell Doyle ,... ....... - ..... - - ..-............ Milan Music Education. Aeolian Club: Band: BSU, president: Or- chestra: Dobson Hall Dorm Council: SNEA: Student Mentor oger Dreessen , ..................... Gladbrook, Iowa ' Business Administration onnie Drummond - u..,. ,..... - Quinault, Washington Elementary Education. ACE: SNEA: WAA: Chorus at Duffey ...........c..................., Kirksville Physical Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha, vice-president: Cardinal Key, secretary: Kappa Delta Pi, secretary: Panhel- 1 lenic Council: SNEA: WAA: PEM Club inda Durham . ....... , . ,.., - ........ Palmyra 2' Business Education. Alpha Siszma Alpha, treasurer: Cardi- nal Kcy: K-Dettes: Pi Omega Pi, treasurer: SNEA allace Eastin-. ,c....c.............,....... Kirksville Economics. Square and Compass Club ax Edlen ........ .c....,..............c, - Bluffs, Ill. Physical Education.. Square and Compass Club erry Eggesiecker ..........,..c,..........c. Ballwin Accounting. Alpha Kappa Lambda ex Eiffert ..,s...............c..........,... LaPlata Physical Education 'tty Eitel ---. ....,,...................,, Kirksville - Physical Education. Sigma Sigma Sigma: PEM Club: WAA aula Embree , .....,...................,cssc Moberly Elementary Education ii if JOHII Davis ............................ Allerton, Iowa Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma: College Players: Delta Zeta: Disciples Student Felowship: International Club: . Kappa Delta Pi: SNEA: NEMO's Richard Davis ....,.,,,.,,,,-----.,-----,,,, St, Louis Physical Education. SNEA: Young Democrats . l LOIII1 Deeds . ............,c-.......,, ....,,, U n10nV111e Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club, secretary Lloyd Demory ....................... - .....,. -,LaP1ata Industrial Arts 1 Sondra Dewey .............,,............, ,-Lou1siana Sociology. College Usher: BSU: Historical Society: SNEA: International Club: Pep Club: Student Mentor: Student So- cial Committee: Young Republicans: Who's Who John Dlnsmore .........., , ,,,.,-----,,,,,,, Meadville Art Education. Honorary Art Club in ww .Er M ww . "lu in ,u - 'mi ,. M . E, . l"vi . , L .' Z 1, ' UQ? . , ' mf- K , 2 ' 129 Lots of sleep and little study goes a long way with this fellow. Gayle Engle ............................... Warrenton Sociology Craig Epperson- .............H....,.......... -Atlanta ghemistry. Alpha Phi Sigma: BSU: Sigma Zeta, vice-presi- ent Phillip Epperson. ......................... Hurdland Industrial Education. Alpha Phi Sigma: BSU: Industrial 'Arts Club. president: SNEA Stanley Falconer - ......................... --.- Purdin Mathematics. Alpha Phi Gamma: Alpha Phi Sigma, prcsi- dent: BSU: Sigma Zeta.: SNEA: Young Republicans, treas- UTEP Joseph Farnsworth- ................... -Keokuk, Iowa Social Science. Historical Society: SNEA: pass Club Donald Farrington ,............ ---New lfiusiness Administration Square and Com- London, Iowa Nad1n'e Farson .- . - ---------- - -------------- Winigan Elementary Education Gary Ferguson . ---.------------------------- Trenton Physical Education Martha Fetterer- ----.----..-.---.------ -Hobart, Ind. Music Education. Aeolian Club: Band: Sigma Kappa . Joel Fisher -- ----- -------------------- E vanston, Ill. Industrial Arts Betty Fleshman --..--------.--.------------ Kirksville Mathematics Gregory Ford , -------------------- ---------.-- A tlanta Sociology and Physical Education 1 30 George Galvin- ................ ., .... Burlington, Iowa I Elementary Education Norma Gardner ........H................... Kirksville Social Science Roger Gartrell ..... W .,,.............. Sebring, Ohio General Science Mary Gelsendorfer ............................ - Elementary Education. ACE Ralph Gentry, Jr. ..r................ History.. Young Republicans Sandra Giachino ........... ...... .....,.... K i rksville Business Education and Business Administration. Newman Club, corresponding secretary: Pi Omega Pi, secretary: Sig- ma Sigma Sigma, treasurer: SNEA: Student Council: Sopho- more Class, secretary-treasurer: Student Mentor: Student So- cial Committee Liselotte Glowienke ..........., Dusseldorf, Germany Elementary Education Theodore Goldberg ....................,. Chicago, Ill. Physical Education. PEM Club: Young Democrats Anita Gonnerm an , .,,e...................... Hurdland " Business Education Philip Goode - ...,................... Bloomfield, Iowa General Science Fritzi Gottschalk ........................,. Brunswick Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, secretary: Art Club: Cardinal Key: Delta Zeta, treasurer: Gamma Delta, secre- tary: Kappa Delta Pi: Panhellenic Council: Pi Omega Pi: SNEA: Band: Index Staff: Echo Staff Sue Graham ......-.e.............. .- ee..... K1IkSV1116 Home Economics. BSU: Cardinal Key: Student Council Seniors Bethel I -Webster Groves Suzanne Foulkes .................. , ...,.. Albia, Iowa Physical Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha: SNEA: WAA: PEF Club Clyde Frank .,,e... .............. F ort Madison, Iowa Chemistry. Sigma Zeta, Alpha Phi Sigma Larry Frazier ...................,,...... .- .... Pollock Mathematics. Phi Sigma Epsilon Donald Freeman ...................,........ Salisbury Art Education. Art Club, vice-president: College Players: SNEA I 1 Barbara Freise ............ ................ F lorissant Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha: K-Dettes, pres- ident : SNEA ' Sharon Fultz - ..................,,... Bloomfield, Iowa Elementary Education. ACE: SNEA: Wesley Foundation I ISI l PQ' rm Jos eph Hall .............,.............. Keokuk, Iowa Music Education Nancy Hardmg . ...........,.....,,.,.. Chariton, Iowa Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha: Alpha Phi Gamma: K-Dettes, treasurer: SNEA Ralph Harris ............................ Monroe City Physical Education., SNEA: Young Democrats I Daryl Hayes . .............,.....-.-........... Bucklm Industrial Arts James Hays ......w......................... Kirksville General Science. Interfraternity Council: Sigma Tau Gam- ma: Young Republicans Gary Hendren ....a,..,............,...... Gilman City Mathematics. Alpha Phi Omega, president: Alpha Phi Sig- ma: Blue Key: K-Club: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Gam- ma.: Sigma Zeta: SNEA: Wesley Foundation, president: Stu- gezit Eouncil President: Who's Who: Varsity Basketball, 1, Lonna Hendren ..........,............... Gilman City Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, secretary: Alpha Sig- ma Alpha, secretary: Cardinal Key: Kappa Delta Pi: Wesley Foundation: WAA, president: PEM Club, vice-president: Student Social Committee: Who's Who l Don Henry .............,,...,., ,,l,, ...,lAl B r ookfield Mathematics James Henry .............................. St. Charles Sus Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega, president: In- terfraternity Council: Sigma Tau Gamma, vice-president! Young Democrats, president: Fun Festival King: Senior Class, president: Who's Who: Student Mentor: Student So- cial Committee , an Hershey ,,................, ,s.... A lbany, N. Y. Social Science ' ' Beverly Hetheriton- ......................... Hannlbal Ina 132 Business Education. BSU: Pi Omega Pi: SNEA ' Kay Hibler ............s...........,... Brunswick Mathematics. Cardinal Key: Delta Zeta, president: Kappa Delta Pi: Panhellenic Council, treasurer: Sigma Zeta: SN- EA: Young Democrats: Alpha Phi Sigma: Student Mentor: Who's Who Seniors Gary Granms ..,e.........,,, ,,g,, Industrial Arts. Phi Sigma Epsilon: Ind -Tenaf1y, N. J. ustrial Arts Club: SNEA DOH Hagan ............ve......s..... ....... P rinceton Business Education Pi Omega Pi Bobby Haggy e--..-.... 4 ..............V.e... Browning Zoology Jerry Hagmeier ................ .- ....... Keokuk, Iowa Industrial Arts Ronald Hahn. ..ss................. Business Education Richland, Iowa ---------Brookfie1d Bruce Haley ...................... Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma: BSU: Blue Key, sec- retary: Kappa Delta Pi, president: Pi Omega Pi, vice-presi- dent: SNEA: Young Democrats: Who's Who lil!! 111 ,is "' -1 , wuulutgil iw Q36 l s l I V I . ,. I l I J Diversified reading found in the College Periodical Room enables stu- dents to keep up on the home town news. Donald Hilliard ,.,........ .......... L ancaster Mathematics Cecilia Holmes- ....................... Stockton, Iowa Speech . Richard Holton ....... - ..........i.s,...,,.. Memphis Chemistry ' Larry Howdeshell ......................... Cherryville Business Administration Agatha Huff- ........................... Independence Arr. . Art Club Marilyn Huff- ....,i..c...................... St. Louis Elementary Education. ACE, reporterg K-Dettesp SNEA Paul Huff- .................................. Hannibal English. Kappa Delta Pi Erskine Hughes ............................ Kirksville Social Science James Hulen ................................. Trenton Art Education. Art Club: Blue Key: Kappa Delta Pi Carol Husler ............................... Chillicothe Biology Mary Hutchinson ................. Fort Madison, Iowa Business Administration Ralph Ingebritson ..,............. Marshalltown, Iowa Business Administration W at Wallace J. Inouye ..,.... ..... W aimea, Kauai, Hawaii Business Education Karen Jenkins- ..................,. s ............ Edina Elementary Education. ACE Rosemary Jenkins .......,.......... Bloomfield, Iowa Elementary Education Carolyn Jennings ............. - ........H..... Moberly Elementary Education Leroy Jenson ...H.e..,....................... Leonard Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club, seeretary-treas- urer: SNEA H John Jepson ............ - ..... -H ........... Wentzville Accounting. Alpha Phi Omega, treasurer: Alpha Phi Gam- ma, president: Blue Key, president: Sigma Tau Gamma, treasurer: Young Democrats, president: Student Mentor: Who's Who: Index Editor: Alpha Phi Sigma l Bob J erman---,- ....... s .................... Centralia ' Industrial Arts l I Rosalind Jerome ........................... Kirksville Elementary Education Bob Johnson .-,. ,......-... ............... S 11 . Charles Psychology. Alpha Phi Sigma: Blue Key: Historical Socie- ty, vice-president: Kappa Delta Pi Marilyn Johnson ......................... -Keytesvllle , Accounting. Alpha Phi Sigma: Delta Zeta, treasurer: Car- ' dinal Key: WAA : Young Democrats ' I Marion Johnson ........................... -Klrksvllle l Accounting . G Y' Robert Johnson ............................ Kxrksvllle Business Administration W Dr. Estes teaches a dance that was popular before the days of the twist 134 ai Joseph Kruzich ..................... Centerville, Iowa Business Administration Duane Kuntz- ......................... Brooklyn, Iowa 1?usiness.Administ.ration ' Lucille Lair ....................... ....... K ansas City French. Alpha Sigma Alpha: SNEA: Kappa Delta Pi Barbara Land .............................. .St. Louis Elementary Education. ACE: BSU, secretary:xSNEA Tom Landis .... .......................... A1 bla, Iowa Social Science. Historical Society: Newman Club: SNEA Dean Lane ................. ............... A lbia, Iowa Physical Education ,: in I m vi 'C ,..: Seniors Walter Johnson, .,............. ............ - St. Louis History. Alpha Phi Sigma: Blue Key: Historical Society, president: SNEAQ Young Democrats, treasurer: Who's Who Jack Jones. ...................... ...,. ..... , S t. Louis Social Science and Physical Education. K-Club: SNEA5 Football : Track James Judd ..................,.......,..... Lancaster Mathematics Alvin J uergensmey er ........,............. Wa rrenton Sociology Nick Katsaras .............................. - St. Louis Physical Education Douglas Kauffman .................,,..... Social Science Charles Kelly .,.,....... 4. ................. Industrial Arts - Princeton -Kirksville John Kenney ............................... Chillicothe Biology Mohammad Khanfar ................... Jenin, Jordan Mathematics u Gerald Kill- .e.....................,,...... Quincy, Ill, Business Administration John Knight ..a............. , .............. W orthington . Mathematics Rita Koziar .......................e.......,,,,, Fulton Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha 1 1 135 These students do not seem concerned about their next class as they relax in the Huddle Leonard Langwe1L ......................... Marceline Business Administration Terry Lantz ................................ Kirksville Physical Education. Alpha Phi Gamma: Alpha Phi Omega: Index Staff: Interfraternity Council: K-Club: Sigma Tau iagigrgfg Who's Who: APO, Ugly Man: Basketball Manager Joann Latta ..................... Jackson, Mississippi Mathematics. Sigma Zeta: SNEA: Young Republicans: Al- pha Delta Pi: Wesley Foundation v D011 Lee .................... ........ - --Char1ton, Iowa Accounting. Phi Sigma Epsilon Betty Lehr ............ ..................... P rinceton Physical Education. Delta Zeta: WAA: PEM Club Becky Leslie ............ ................... Ku ox City Home Economics Margaret Lewis ........................ Bussey, Iowa Home Economics. Colhecon Club, vice-president Gerald Liebhart ............................ Browning Conservation Jim Lillard ............................. Williamstown Business Administration Clyde Lincoln ..................... ........... - Lemay Social Science and English. BSU: Historical Society: SN- EA: Yonnze: Democrats Colleen Linder .......... .. ............... Green Castle Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha I 1 Regina Lindhorst ........................ Monroe City 1 Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma: Kappa Delta Pi: Newman Club: SNEA: WAA: PEM Club 136 a....x'n"" nfl 1 3' ir jfs: U " ' 'rgsrilu--"5 .' 1 .N 'Gigi .. H ' Z- A 'lgzgni 3 Z "?siL?.T'jeQeT5 V Y ..,3w.w,:.,w1L,.1v' ld F2529 'U' A f :-?'r, '- zfif' , 1 I-.i' Q ' , J Mary Jo McGowan .......... .......... T ..... M emphls Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma: Alpha Sigma A1- pha: ACE: Cardinal Key: SNEA: WAA l ' Robert McLain .......... .. ........,......... Kirksville Business Administration Jeanette McNa11ey ........................... .Revere Elementary Education Milton McPike ,,,,--H,, ,w,,,..... . .--Jacksonvi1le, Ill. Physical Education Donald McVeigh ,,,,,,..,,...,... --,Centervi1le, Iowa Business Administration Mitchell Magruder ......... ................ K1 rkSV111e General Science. Blue Key: Pre-Osteopathic Club: Sigma Zeta. Seniors P H., Gary Lloyd ........................-..,...., Novinger Chemistry Bob Lohrman ..,e......................... St. Charles History. Alpha Kappa Lambda, historian: Blue Key: His- torical Society., Kappa Delta Pi Connie Loughridge .e.,.....................e.... Rolla Social Science. College Players: Historical Society: Newman Club: Panhellenic Council: Junior Class secretary-treasurer: SNEA: Sigma Sigma Sigma, recording secretary: WAA: Young Democrats, secretary: Student Mentor Elroy Lucas .... ., ,,..............,.,. .......,,.. R olla Mathematics Thomas Lunsford ......,................... Wyaconda . Physical Education Elaine Lutz ..,........................... Powersville Elementary Education. ACE: Kappa Delta Pi: SNEA Karen McBratney ....,.................. Milton, Iowa English Nellie McBride ............................... Olivette History. Alpha Phi Sigma: BSU: Historical Society, tary-treasurer: Kappa Delta Pi SECYQ- B1ll McClure ............. ,. .-................. Trenton Business Administration, BSU: Pre-Law Club: Young Democrats i ' . J an McDonald. .,.................... Cincinnati, Iowa Music Education. Aeolian Club, president: Sigma Tau Gam- ma: SNEA: Who's Who: Band: Orchestra: NElVlO's Marilyn McE1yea- e......, ............ H amxlton, Ohio Mathematics. Alpha Phi Sigma: Kappa Delta Pi: Library Club : UCCF, treasurer James McFadden- ...e.............,... Jefferson City Art Education. Newman Club: College Players: Track: Cross Country 137 Sandra Merringer ...... .... .......... O t tumwa, Iowa Elementary Education Violet Miller .......................... Bowling Green Elementary Education. ACE: BSU Jerry Minshall ............................. Kirksville Music Education. Aeolian Club: Band: N EMO's Margaret Moore ............. ....... ...... A1 d 2, Nebr. English. Oral Interpreters, secretary-treasurer: Young Re- publicans Margaret Moore ................... .....-.. K1 I'kSV111e Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma: ACE: Kappa Del- i ta Pi p SNEA Richard Moore ................... .......... K1 rkSv1He Art. Art Club 138 Dick Mahon ............................... St. Charles Zoology. Alpha Phi Omega: Newman Club: Sigma Tau Gamma Jim Malloy ..,..,........................... Marceline Business Administration Sandy Mann .................- ........ ...... W e llsville Home Economics Ernest Marek ................................ -Macon Business Administration Paul Markay A... ....................... T enafly, N. J. Industrial Arts. U ' Arnold Markowltz .................. Philadelphia, Pa. Business Administration I Ed Martens ................................ Meadville Physical Education Kent Martin ............... - ...... ............ K ahoka Business Administration Sandra Martin .............................. Novinger Sociology. Kappa Delta Pi . Q Marilyn Mayes ............................ Chillicothe Home Economics. Alpha Sigma Alpha: Colhecon l i Sue Mayes ................................. Chillicothe Art Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha: Echo Queen Gary Merrmger- ..................... Ottumwa, If Conservation 1 , 1 - ' v , 'Leamf -' w,,...,r J 1' , . ,- f Q -" . n. dvr " . . .-rf' ,uns '. E. --0 ' 1 , . il ' -V' r ref? I I , .152 2151 x ,lx 1,55 ' 1' 1 '- "ig - 'l iw' 1 ' ,. ,Ve-r -A. w',,!f. - ' , M -1 -N ' 1.wHl4l"w.eP- Mf g' 551 2. l.- i , 3 Wm.-9iam' ',,mw , 1 X H. . wt Y . - .: nf. IW L ' ' H 1 ,,. . 1 'A eeiiisell '41, V' :L-5'iAr VM if: . - , H1 -gegilfi ' - :ix . Nile ' , ,, . 1 " f?5f'l' V: pa 'lifgizr n- A ,::,, V: R , , .E?.yQ x 4 A' FW' ' I 3 , 2,1 x' w, ki '-5551" ' U 5 Y . ,. K: ' 5 f A. - 1 , - ,Va K , Office Appliances presents a challenge to each student,but an "E" is ample reward for many hours at the "keys." F3-'.V load, .'A:es i wif? Tig TM" h a 1 Lanny Morley ...................... ....... G reen City Mathematics. Blue Key: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Gam- ma: Sigma Zeta . Myra 'Morris ...............,.. ..... ......... S t . L0u1S English. Delta Zeta: Oral Interpreters: Kappa Delta Pi: In- . dex Staff: Echo Queen Attendant: Fun Festival Attendant I Richard Morris .............. ...... ........ - S t. Louis Art Education. Art Club: Interfraternity Council: Sigma Tau Gamma, vice-president: Young Republicans: Student Council Wayne Mosher ............................ St. Charles Biology. Alpha Phi Omega, president: Historical Society: Newman Club: Sigma Tau Gamma: SNEA: Young Republi- cans: Student Council, vice-president: Student Mentor: Stu- dent Social Committee: Who's Who: Index Staff Mittie Mosley .............................. Kirksville Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi Eugene Moss ...............,......,........ Kirksville English Donald Muhl ...........,............. Oskaloosa, Iowa . Ifhysics I . l William Mullenlx .......,..,r. v...,...... ..... L 1 vonla Physical Education Ellen Kaye Murphy -............, - ........ St. Charles Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, treasurer: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Cardinal Key: K-Dettes: Kappa Delta Pi: Wesley Foundation: Brewer Dorm Council, vice-president: Student Mentor: ACE: Junior Class, secretary-treasurer Mary Murray .................................. Fulton Elementary Education. ACE: Historical Society: Sigma Sig- , ma Sigma, vice-president: SNEA Jim Musick .................................. Moberly gvxsial Science. Historical Society: Phi Sigma Epsilon: SN- Mary Myers ................................ Newtown English 1 39 . ,fm ,- .. W - ized . 5 . l h 1 L 1 f l Students from many countries get into the act on Homecoming Day. 140 Leroy Neighbor ............................ Unionvill Industrial Arts Roger Nelson ........................... Williamstow Social Science. BSU: Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Theta Kappa Norma Newfield ...................... Brookly, N. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi: SNEA Lyle Newk1rk---.- .............................. Maco English. Sigma Tau Gamma: Index Staff: Alpha Phi Om ga: SNEA Betty Nicely .......,......... ................ H annib Physical Education. WAA: PEM Club, secretary-treasure Student Mentor: Grim Hall Dorm Council, president Kiyomi Nishie ............... Waimea, Kauai, Hawa Elementary Education. ACE: SNEA: WAA Jerry Noble ........................... Seymour, Io Accounting. Blue Key, treasurer: Echo Staff, editor: Hi torical Society: Sigma Tau Gamma, treasurer: Wesley Fou dation: Who's Who: Young Democrats, vice-president Bud Northup ................. ......... O ttumwa, Io Business Administration Mary Northup ............... .- ........ Ottumwa, Iow Elementary Education . . Elaine Novinger ........................... K1rksv1 Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha: Kappa Del Pi: Pi Omega Pi Clarice O'Brien.- ............................ Memph Elementary Education. ACE: SNEA Patti O'Keefe ............ .. ............ .. ...... Mober Art Education. Newman Club Joe Minton C183 zeros in on a Maryville back before the record-breaking homecoming crowd. p Stephen Rinaberger ................ Farmington, Iowa Business Administration. Sigma Tau Gamma: Young Re- publicans: Echo Staff, asst. editor: Student Social Committee Fern Robertson ............................. Hann1bal Social Science Richard Roedder ............................ St. Louis Art Education. Sigma Tau Gamma: SNEA Fred Roensch - ............................... Linneus General Science. Alpha Kappa Lambda: Alpha Phi Sigma: Inter-fraternity Council: Sigma Zeta: Wesley Foundation Ronald Rogers. ............................. Brashear Business Administration Tom Ronan.. ............................... Marceline Industrial Arts John Ronchetto- .............................s. Macon Business Administration. Newman Club: Sigma Tau Gamma Roger Rouse- ............,... ............. G reen City Mathematics Graceann Ruffino ........................... St. Louis Physical Education. Sigma Sigma Sigma: SNEA: WAA, gaeqasurer: PEM Club, president: Pep Club, president: Who's 0 Ram Sahay ...............ss.... Lautoka, Fiji Islands Geography Lanora Sawyer .............................. Kahoka Chemistry. Delta Zeta: Pre-Osteopathic Club Margaret Schindler .........s.............. Frankford 143 GUdI'llIl Schorre ................ Goettingen, Germany Elementary Education. International Club: Wesley Founda- ion Alfred Schumacher ............... .N.. M adison, Wise. . Social Science Richard Schutze ......-.....,, ,,N,,,,,,,,,., H annibal Business Administration. Phi Sigma Epsilon Faye Seamster e.......... .e.....,,,,., ,,---. D 0 wning Business Education. Index Staff Barbara S61l8I'.-- .......... .... - ---Des Moines, Iowa German and History Roger Shafer -----.------------------- ------ E lgin, 111, Social Science Seniors 144 i I - Patr1c1a Shannon ------------------------- Keytesvillc Elementary Education. ACE, secretary-treasurer: BSU: SN Wanda Sharpe --------------------------------- Ewing Business Education Larry Sheffler --------------------- Farmington, Iowa I Accounting 4 J lm Shephard --------------------------------- Pacific Physical Education Suzanne Green Shettle ----.-.-.------..---- Kirksvill Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma: SNEA: Alpha Sigm Alpha, president: Cardinal Key: Kappa Delta Pi: Panhel lenic Council: Pi Omega Pi, president: Who's Who: Studen Mentor 1 Ruth Shoemyer ------- - ------------------ ---Hanmba Business Administration. Colhecon Club: Delta Zeta, record ingtsecretary: Newman Club: College Usher: Young Demo era s James Shoffner ---.---------------------------- Maco Conservation Marcella Slater ----------------------------- Clarenc General Science William Slavin --.-------.---------..---..-- Lancaste Mathematics Sue Slowensky ----.------.-..--------- Ottumwa, Iow French. Delta Zeta: Panhellenic Council: Student Socia Committee: SNEA: Young Democrats Anna Smith -----.--.-----------.-.---------.-- Lared Social Science Edwin Smith -----------..-.----.-- - ------- Green Cit I Art Education. Art Club, president: College Players: Sigm Tau Gamma: SNEA: Young Democrats Betty Spencer .....H.......................... Atlanta Elementary Education. ACE: Kappa SNEA, historian 1 Louis Spinelli ,.,,......,............. Cleveland, Oh1o - Biology Delta Pi, historian : Donald Sprague ..................... .......... B evier Social Science Elaine Spurgeon .................... Keosauqua, Iowa Elementary Education Ken Stark ,,,,,,.-..,.---.................. -Louisiana A' Business Administration Joe Stevenson ................................. Amden ' Biology Lavonne Stewart ............................ Clarence Music Education obert Stewart ............................ St. Charles Accounting. Historical Society ' Hannibal ee Ann Stlne ........ A ............ .......... Mathematics. Alpha Phi Sigma: Cardinal Key, treasurer: Kappa Delta Pi: Panhellenic Council, secretary: Sigma Sig- ma Sigma, president: Sigma Zeta: SNEA: WAA: Who's Who: Student Mentor: Student Social Committee ancy Stoops, ,,,,.,,,,.... -, - ....... .Stockport, Iowa Physical Education. Sigma Sigma Sigma: SNEA: WAA: PEM Club: Band obert Stumpf. ......,,,............. --Tenaf1y, N. J. Physical Education l d Suddarth ,-,-,--,,,,,-,.,,,,M-...-... ,-C1arkSV11le Physical Education Seniors Kathryn Smith .............. ,............. K eytesville Business -Education. Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Omega Pi: SNEA Louise Smlth ....... ....................... , Kirksville Business Education. Pi Omega Pi: SNEA: Band: Aeolian Club: UCCF 1 I Margaret Snyder ..........r.-.............. Klrksville Home Economics Roger Soderman .........,....,,,,,.-,,, General Science. Alpha Phi Omega: Phi A Echo Staff, photographer Alpine, N. J. Sigma Epsilon: Rlta Sorg .................,r................ Palmyra Physical Education Paul Specht .......,........-...,,,,, ,,.- Business Administration --Quincy, Ill. 145 PatI'lC1a Swann ......M........................ Novelty- Mathematics. Sigma Zeta: SNEA Matthew Sweeney ........ . ...,............ Brldgeton Business Administration. Newman Club: Senior Class, vice- president: Sigma Tau Gamma.: Young Democrats, treasurer Roberta Switzer- ...........................,. Buckhn Business Education I Larry Tate ..........-...............-...... . St. Louis General Science. Sigma Tau Gamma: Alpha Phi Omega: Young Democrats Stan Tay1or---., ...........................H Kirksville Business Administration U Dorothy Tharp, M....,...................., Green City Business Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Omega Pi, vice-president: SNEA: Westminster Fellow- ship, president Judith Tharp- ............................. Green City Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha: ACE, presi- dent: SNEA, secretary: Wesley Foundation David Thomas: ..,......,....,................ LaP1ata General Science Martha Thomas ............................. Palmyra Art Education. Art Club J. R. Thompson ..............e............... Novelty Sociology Jane Thompson ......,...............,..... Kirksville Social Science Phyllis Thompson .............s......,..... Kirksville Elementary Education By the way Keith Peck is biting his nails, a teammate has just blown a spare in the College Bowling League. 146 we .. s.. ., , ,4y,,,. . .1 if A .ak Q lf'2Q:..':,- ":"' li .?3:"-AZ., 0,7 Jr -,M 1 .I 1 glut' J, . .. 1 wvvgigx i E 4 :.1-f - ' f,5n.2,,. fl N N .. . " -L,-4, ' fee f' ,'.f Lf Z' "Els ' "V 253- W, ,-. ' V ' aim A - 4- . . . wi' ' .ii ' ' . . - H ' I . -:ff Af.A,,.i :T -f" . -IA A UA I 3' H 51 .1 .fy 1: ' ,I lf I 1 1 ,, 1. V . i .M,,,, . ,. Y, John Troester- - ,.........................., Kirksville Mathesmatics. Sigma Tau Gamma Richard Unkrich .......,........ Birmingham, Iowa Industrial Education Marilyn Vetter ..,........ .. ................. Louisiana ' Home Economics. Delta Zeta: Colhecon Club: Student Coun- cil, secretary: Alpha Phi Sigma: Cardinal Key Judy Wafler.. ...,........e........,..,.. ...--F1orissant Spanish. SNEA: Alpha Phi Sigma Judith Timmons ................... .......... S helbina Speech Dale Tindall . ............................... Accounting.. BSU: Phi Gamma Delta Rosemarie Tirpak ................,. .- English. SNEA Kirksville -Brooklyn, N. Y. Russell Trainer ..................A........... Modena Business Administration Olan Tratchel ................................. Biology Kay Trobough ........................ Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma: Mexico -------Spickard BSU : Delta Zeta, corresponding secretary: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Omega Pi: Col- lege Usher : SNEA Seniors Carroll Waganer- .............. -- .......... Lewistown ' Business Administration. Sigma Tau Gamma: Alpha Phi Omega: Young Republicans James Wall .......... ...........,........... S t. Louis Business Administration Wesley Wallace ....... Social Science Richard Waller ....... ---------------------Kirksvi1le ------------------------ Macon Accounting Dale Walter-. ...........,...... ........ K eokuk, Iowa Business Administration. Square and Compass Club, vice- president Henry Walton . ...s..... Physical Education ---,------------Dumont, N. J. Larry Walton- ......................... Dumont, N. J. ' Physical Education Jack Ward . .............,....,..... .--, ..... Kirkwood Physical Education. Alpha Phi Omega: Interfraternity Council, president: K-Club: Phi Sigma Epsilon, president: Steudent Mentor: SNEA: Who's Who: Football: Sophomore, vice-president: Student Council i l 147 l 7 l Bernard Wells- .......,..................... Kirksville Mathematics Richard Wessel- ............... Wilton Junction, Iowa Biology. SNEA: Young Democrats D . Beverly Wheeler ............,......-....... KlFkSV1u6 Business Education. Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Omega Bi: SNEA Judy Wheeler ..........................,... Kirksville Sociology and Psychology. Cardinal Key: K-Dettes: Kappa Delta Pi. secretary: Panhellenic Council: Sigma Sigma Sig- ma, treasurer: SNEA Bob White . .... .. ......................... Gilman City Biology. Alpha Phi Sigma: BSU: Pre-Osteopathic Club: Sigma Zeta: SNEA: Student Social Committee I ' Leonard Wiant .... .............e......... K lrksvllle Business Administration Linda Wickless ............. ............... U IIIOHVIUG English. Delta Zeta, social chairman: Band: SNEA: Wes- ley Foundation: Young Democrats: Index Staff: Echo Staff Denms Wigal ,-....................... ...... K lrksvllle Art Pre-Dentistry. Alpha Phi Omega: Phi Sigma Epsilon: Stu- dent Social Committee: Echo Staff: Pre-Osteopathic Club: Westminster Fellowship hur Williams .............................. Malden Pre-Nursing i . Wayne Williams ...,,.,.........,........... Louisiana Conservation 1 Hylah W11son ................................ Splckard English. Alpha Sigma Alpha, treasurer: ACE: Cardinal Key: K-Dettes: Oral Interpreters: SNEA: Wesley Founda- tion: Blanton-Nason Dorm Council, president: Brewer Hall Dorm Council, president: Who's Who Jerry Wilson, ........................... -New Boston 148 Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club: Phi Sigma Ep- silon: SNEA - , Seniors Don Warren - I.- .c..., ,, w-,. - ,,-.. .,.,..... , --,Chula Iflsiness Administration A Bryan Waterman ,.... ....... - .............. Ki rkwood l Ifhysical Education. Phi Sigma Epsilon: Football: K-Club V1rg1n1a Watson, .......,........-..... ,.... K irksville Home Economics Carol Weber , .... ,, .,.... - ...... .... - ,.... H ,Hannibal English and Speech Shirley Weber ..........................,. ,,---Atlanta D ljlome Economics Wlulam Weber .e.........,........... Dow City, Iowa Council K ppa Mathematics. Blue Key: Interfraternity : a Delta Pi, vice-president: Phi Sigma Epsilon, secretary: Sig- ma Zeta, president: SNEA Joyce Woodson ........................... Middletown Physical Education. SNEA: WAA: PEM Club Jack Wormington .............. Mount Pleasant, Iowa Business Administration Gary Yaley ............... .- .......... Denmark, Iowa Alpha Phi Omega, corresponding secretary Nancy Yamane .............. Waimea, Kauai, Hawaii Elementary Education, ACE: SNEA George Yardley ............................ Meadville Industrial Arts I 1 Roger York- ......, ..,,.. .... .........s..... K1 r k sville Political Science. Alpha Kappa Lambda, treasurer: Alpha Phi Omega: Disciples Student Fellowship: P1 Kappa Delta, president: Young Democrats, president 1 NEMO's Phyllis Young .....,.........,............. Green City Home Economics. Alpha Sigma Alpha: Colhecon Lawrence Yount- ........ .. ............... New London Social Science Sandra Zacharias .............................. Affton Elementary Education. ACE: Sigma Kappa, secretary: SN- EA: WAA: Young Democrats: Wesley Foundation Samim Zaralioglu .................. Instanbul, Turkey Accounting. International Club ' . James Zippay ............... ,- ,............. Silvis, Ill. Business Administration Seniors William Wilson ....................... Emerson, Iowa Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club: SNEA Gary Wineteer ............................... Glasgow Business Administration Glenna Winhold ........ - ..................... LaBe11e Home Economics Lucille Winslow ..................... .. ....... Hurdland Pre-Nursing Lois Wise .,..............................,.... Farber English Education. Alpha Phi Gamma, secretary-treasurer: Index Staff: SNEA: Westminster Fellowship: WAA Lynn Wolfmeyer ......-................... La Grange Mathematics. Blue Key: Gamma Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma, president: Sigma Zeta: SNEA: Young Republicans ' QW 149 e e i - ' me , , ,fn ' 5 22-w W ,w"mQZ2fi f ,sf M - T1 V SY is :T li ufugigm ww 45 '1 Hs. M: HQ w 35142: ' Class Officers: Wayne Musholt, vice-presidentg Ellen Kaye Murphy, secretary- treasurerg Dale Ranklin, president. Juniors 1so Typical scene of nightly informal get-togethers at the Pizza House W I i Sandy Ables, San Salvador, E1 Salvador Sharon Adams, Madrid, Iowa Glenda Allen, Kirksville Thomas Allen, Kirksville Getahoun Ambatchew, Addis Abeba, Ethiopa Joe Amidei, Macon Robert Andrews, Franklin Park, Ill. Donna Archer, Chillicothe Mike Archibald, Albia, Iowa June Arizumi, Hilo, Hawaii Sam Audsley, Glasgow Karen Bailey, Moberly Herb Baker, Centralia Judy Baker, Paris Doug Balderson, Kirksville Pat Baldwin, Kirksville Sharon Ballard, Affton David Banks, Philadelphia, Pa. Bob Barklage, St. Charles Mary Barkley, Milan Craig Barrier, Ottumwa, Iowa Richard Beaman, Kirksville Larry Beaver, Fulton Garry Becker, Newark Dick Beelendorf, Rock Falls, Ill. Arfleata Berndt, Mercer LeRoy Berry, Louisiana Steve Berry, Fulton Bob Bichon, Paducah, Ky. Vern Bish, Memphis Dale Bishop, Donnellson, Iowa Dixie Bittiker, Mendon Karen Blackman, Powersville Mary Bloom, Keokuk, Iowa Patricia Boyle, Burlington, Iowa Norton Bohon, Kirksville Loretta Boling, Morning Sun, Iowa Jim Bolt, St. Louis John Bonn, St. Louis Charlotte Borron, Atlanta Juniors W --w- if ,V-, 3 E 3 H 5-5, 'EE I A -Illirlygl '- .-, ., '-- ILL H fi ,1,'fgf5'e: V. .-- .N-M, .. Z4..,...:.,vva 8 - - 1 -'U '- , id ,..-,,,...a -gli ." fd' Mi. n , V, ski if, f' :Lin in 1 ip? za? ,L . F . ,Q ll ni W f Z , ,lvw A U s E Q 4 " ,,, ii f , 5 f J 40 :A -:ny - 'iffy-. -. - 1- mg. . -1 in -- vi as uf -,L-.1-1 Ltffl 'J 1 . fel: .- , . , . E ,fzgzwazl iff J-,H R ' , 75. '. ll 'f a ,Q 'ell-:a:.,,.f::'.. 215-fix? 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Larry Bradshaw, La Grange Lynda Bradshaw, Canton Rosann Brandt, Fulton Donna Brantner, Kirksville Gene Brenizer, Hurdland Larry Brenizer, Queen City Karen Briggs, Unionville Bob Brightwell, LaBelle Beulah Britton, Ft. Madison, Iowa Mickey Brock, Albia, Iowa Jay Brown, Fulton Jerry Brown, St. Louis Lelia Brown, St. Catherine Dick Brownlee, Kirksville Mary Bruns, Gibbs Bill Bryant, Kansas City Marian Buchanan, Keytesville Dennis Buhr, Ferguson Toni Bulick, St. James Sharon Burghoffer, Donnellson, Iowa Karen Burns, Kirksville Wayne Burris, Gallatin Larry Burson, Centralia Joan Burt, Kansas City Harry Butler, Centerville, Iowa Janice Byers, Blandinsville, Ill. Judy Cannon, Browning Linda Carothers, Marshalltown, Iowa Gene Carson, Mexico Linda Carter, Kirksville Rose Mary Carter, Lucerne Mike Chehval, Hannibal Pat Christy, Callao Stephany Chromoga, St. Louis Linda Ciska, Burlington, Iowa David Clark, Brashear Dale Clarke, Macon Velma Clawson, Humphreys Bill Claytor, St. Louis Glen Cochran, Plano, Iowa Mary Colbertson, Shelbyville Dale Collier, St. Louis Robert Connon, Bucklin Tanzy Cook, Kirksville Donald Cooper, Kirksville John Courtney, Memphis Mary Cox, Mercer Thomas Crall, Melrose, Iowa Lanny Crawford, Birmingham, Iowa Judy Creason, Carlsbad, N. M. Jim Crenshaw, Osborne Linda Crose, Brookfield Karen Crumpacker, Pollock Betty Jo Cunningham, Hannibal Shirley Curley, Trenton Dorothy Davis, LaPlata Glen Davis, Keokuk, Iowa Linda Dawson, Ft. Madison, Iowa Linda Day, Macon Mary Day, Macon Dianne Detwiler, St. Louis "How can you kiss your girl good night with all these people standing around?" -'ii ' Q G " f::-'if '1s' f', -72.11 1 - ' 1 ' . mg 1 gift-i"31.' " we 1 , Q, e ,,, , W , iw 1: RJ! -iq, 5 , 155, ,, A ,--5 3 5 " 'kuqpq -7, M- .4 wi-it fi Y Y ,Iliff , a Lf .L ell!-'i1"1'i! Q1 all Q' f- w L--E-I i A- 'I 1 r- 1. , I '-3 .- .,.. W ' iff." " 1 vi ' , ai iffy it l ava . '3 M H P fn? -1 'I '1 ,. ., . , ,.,. , , , , ,,,. .,.., ., :na 1 M. v C ny, lets.-an "' qw ' W ,yr . g., 3- f 73 R-5 7.-gl -gnwrg, 1,1 :Ii,.irg,,'.,,!! - I 4 , 1 5:-lg, .., I - uf I - " ' r 7 Q, 2:2 1s::-'a-'2::---I'1::f:-if::..:' 1 -' -' -ww - X ::, I I .,... 'V , . , l, W YAY? www-r 4 , rg ' Q ',f.- , 1 A 4 1 ff, X f ' 'I ' N w ,Y , ""' "'M"" M N , - ' s taging . .2 K ww, . wggggk 'i "R ,I ' 'fajvwi 2143 , 1 'll ! af.. f rv 1 , ,N , V, L '- , lzsygfr'-,4 L --, 9' , " ' 4F14 A , .4211 .,-5' .. 'vi '. ' -2 -4 , '1 -'- ' Lys, ," '.: 3. 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Vea' Tela Falealii, American Samoa Jim Farr, Salem, Iowa Wayne Farrell, Madison Peggy Fields, Monroe City Paul Fischer, 0'Fa1lon Lewis Fleak, Edina Dennis Foderberg, Council Bluffs, Helen Fong, Hong Kong, China Clyde Forbes, Unionville Inez Forsthove, Canton Charles Foutes, Frankford Charles Franklin, Mexico Frank Fuller, Princeton Larry Gardner, Brookfield Bob Gibbs, Vandalia Elsie Gibson, Hannibal Bob Gieselman, Macon Joseph Glaser, Chicago Margaret Goldberg, Kansas City Alfred Gosney, Monroe City Bill Graham, Canton Charlotte Grasel, St. Louis Mary Lee Green, Fulton Marvin Greive, St. Charles Pat Grenzebach, St. Ann Ron Griep, Quincy, Ill. Don Grim, Corpus Christi, Texas Barbara Grissom, St. Louis Angela Gross, Kirksville Sandra Grotjan, Brunswick Susanne Guild, Keokuk, Iowa Michael Guinn, Centerville, Iowa Evelyn Gwaltney, Warrenton Zoie Haden, New London Roger Hadfield, Ewing Leland Hahn, Richmond, Iowa Bud Haley, Fulton Joyce Haley, Cairo Ed Hammond, Harris Jim Hammond, Princeton Linda Hammons, Spickard Larry Harbur, Brashear Murray Hardesty, Middletown Iowa Juniors ' " 'fn -' ig fi-ki 1- i, , g r W 1 if, ,, W' T i, we. 5 WU' , .- ' gi , '- 'fe-rg, A yi, H1 V '12 it if v- ,l , 1. I ,, .1 ,-I I , x , . ' l ' g.:,:3fL2:,a.,5.- . ig ,'ff,.., H ' ' ' ' 3 "'? :1..II.:i:I n ' f - I 1 f i. -ll, 4 I EL 'ff J li " ' J ' ' 'J , -I - I I .- - f as wa. , - fa as . - . -rw , '- ,Ji en., ,pa +5 1,-325 it - ., 1 .l.:. -, - 5 ,L - ' :ft ,K , I 1, 1 re-Q-H 'mm Q A 2 . fa- ,I ' ." ' I J-in war A H -b . it "fn - , 'Sir - H 2 ,Q-.2 ie, ' , bfi -If 'ii I", i lg '-xi jf., 'I - " ,gf ' N 1 5 9. 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Bill Harvey, Memphis George Hawpe, Louisianna Jack Hayes, Shelbina Pat Hediger, Greentop Jerry Henderson, Overland Sedighel Hendesi, Tehran, Iran Mary Hendricks, Bloomfield, Iowa J anel Herron, Hampton, Iowa John Heyer, Des Moines, Iowa Donna Higgins, Green City Leon Hill, St. Louis Susan Hill, Chillicothe Forrest Hillgartner, Fulton Karen Hintz, Douds, Iowa Lucretia Hird, Ottumwa, Iowa Dorothy Hoel, New London, Iowa Sharon Hoffman, Queen City Carolyn Hohl, Argyle, Iowa Dennis Holmes, Fulton Lois Hopkins, Edina Lucy Howarth, Milton, Iowa After ten hours in the lab, the pause that ri' CS' X 4 Taking snapshots of our cheerleaders is but one of the many bright spots in our photographer's day. 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Ronald Knudsen, Columbia Atta Kousari, Hamadan, Iran Leon Krueger, Kirksville Joseph Ku, Hong Kong Pat LaBrier, St. Louis Pamela Lamb, St. Charles Mike Landrum, Kirksville Suzanne Landrum, Kirksville Linda Lantz, Kirksville Sharon Larason, Mercer Dixie Lawson, Ottumwa, Iowa Joyce Leach, Marceline Marvin Ledbetter, Palmyra Jerry Lee, Paris Jeanette Lichtenberg, Kirksville Ross Littrell, Mendon Emily Lowe, Memphis Hubert Lowes, Monticello Carol Ludwick, Kahoka Bruce Lunsford, Macon Frederick Lyles, St. Louis Donald McAnulty, St. Louis Charles McBeth, Hedrick, Iowa Larry McCarty, Ottumwa, Iowa Janet McClure, Leon, Iowa Karlos McClure, Leon, Iowa Roy McClure, Shelbina Gary McDonald, Marceline John McFarland, Kirksville Max McGowan, Memphis Roger McGraw, Salisbury Don Mclntire, Albia, Iowa Pat Mclntire, Albia, Iowa William McRobert, Memphis Robert Machinsky, Collinsville, I11. Donald Maddy, Macon Sharon Magee, Randall, Minn. Gary Major, Ottumwa, Iowa Harriet Maloney, Warsaw, Ill. Marcella Manning, Macon Larry Martindale, Burlington, Iowa Mary Marx, New Troy, Mich. Ronald Mason, Kirksville Danny Matkin, Macon Donna Matthews, Griffith, James Mayes, Elsberry Evan Mikel, LaP1ata Ind. Larry Miller, Plevna Ronnie Miller, Greentop Monell Mock, Elmer Emelie Modra, Eddyville, Alan Mohr, Arbela Iowa Tom Moon, Jennings Janice Montgomery, Kirksville Danny Morawitz, New London Betty Moreno, Waipaha, Hawaii Pat Moriarity, Kirkwood Beth Morley, Green City Graham Morrison, Moberly Helen Morrison, Salisbury J anks Morton, Cincinnati, Ohio LaVerne Mosher, Clinton, Iowa Joe Moyer, Novelty Harvey Mueller, St. Louis Patsy Mullenix, Kirksville Wayne Musholt, La Grange Carol Myers, Kirksville Joretta Myers, Coatsville Alvin Nagata, Kekaha, Kauai, Hawaii Chuck Neuner, Mexico Ursula Noach, Buenas Aires, Argentina Elvin Noel, Collinsville, Ill. Juniors r H2151 if 2,-f-ft? 1 1.if' iq' 1 .ff , 51 111 1 111 42.1 A.. 1? 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Ruth Purdy, Kirksville Lawrence Putz, St. Louis Billie Queen, Edina' Nick Radavich, Ottumwa, Iowa Karen Rains, Fairfield, Iowa Millee Ralston, Elmer Dale Rankin, Ravanna Coach Pink looks happy when viewing his inspection line, thinking of all those push-ups, sit-ups, and jumping-jacks his boys are not so anxious to do. Beth Rebelsky, Moville, Iowa Carolyn Redford, Memphis Jane Reed, State Center, Iowa Bertha Reeves, Brashear Thomas Renz, Collinsville, Ill. Alice Rhodes, Unionville Larry Rice, Edgerton Mary Richards, J amacia, Iowa Herman Ricker, Bevier Doug Robertson, Ottumwa, Iow 3 Laura Rodrigurez, San Jose, Costa Rica Ben Rose, Kirksville Jerry Roush, Brookfield Keith Rowland, New Cambria Paul Rowland, Hannibal Iowa Gordon Roxberg, Wever, Larry Ruhs, Basco, Ill. ' Fern Runge, St. Louis Don Rupp, St. Charles James Ryan, Monroe City Gary Sacco, Centerville, Iowa Larry Sage, Bethel William Sanders, St. Joseph Kamran Sandjari, Teheran, Iran Keyvan Sandjari, Teheran, Iran Rita Schmitter, Queen City Bernard Schreck, Kahoka Kathleen Seshiki, Kapaa, Kaua i, Hawaii Dick Sharp, Promise City, Iowa Karen Sharp, Queen City Ed Shepler, Leonard Richard Sherer, Affton Leon Shores, Leonard Georgena Shouse, Ewing Ronald Shriver, Green City Ron Shroyer, Princeton Homer Shrum, Hannibal Janice Simler, Gorin Laura Sinclair, Green City Lynn Sinele, Kirksville Juniors 11 1:11 - 1 111 gm. 1 1! 1 M3111 Hifi :- 1. 1 mf, Y L11 :1 11 111-1,5-me-111, ,1 11,11-1 ,, 1 1,, .. . 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A 1 13 1 " 1 Q J K in 11 if 1 '14, , 11 1 'Refgi 1 5 5 ' :il 5 " V i 15- Q, .,.. ,I 1 1 1 12' 1' 5- - -- p 1 1 fg . :7 .A V ff' 161 Connie Skaggs, Birmingham, Iowa Wanita Slavin, Downing Dana Smith, Estherville, Iowa Earnest Smith, Kingsburg, Calif. Harry Smith, Mexico Gerald Snodgrass, Princeton James Soderstrom, Highland, Ind. Jan Solter, La Grange Tom Sommerkamp, O'Fa1lon Carl Spaur, Albia, Iowa I Larry Spiers, Wellsville Charles Spotts, Independence Roberta Spring, Madrid, Iowa Beverly Stanfield, Atlanta Jon Sterner, Williamstown Donna Stice, LaBelle Richard Stober, Marshall Linda Stone, Paris Martha Stout, Hedrick, Iowa Jim Strode, Kansas City Wayne Sutter, Millstadt, Ill. Earl Swank, Perry John Sweatnam, Higbee Helen Sykes, Baring LaVonne Tartar, Shelbina James Taylor, Des Moines, Iowa John Teter, Excello Marshall Thayer, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa John Thomas, Wellsville James Thompson, Milburn, Iowa Martha Thompson, Kirksville Sydney Thompson, Kirksville Joan Tillatson, Gorin Doug Timm, St. Louis John Timmons, Kahoka Vern Tippett, Memphis Barbara Tomek, Wright City Jim Trent, Kirksville Bob Tripp, Warsaw, I11. Judy Trueblood, Kirksville Albert Trump, Trenton Del Turner, Clarence Bill Tuzik, Chicago, Ill. William Vance, Burlington, Iowa Joyce Van Hesley, Keokuk, Iowa Enna Van Maanen, Mitchellville, Iowa John Van Marter, Queen City Ralph Varisco, Woodward, Iowa David Vierck. St. Louis Ernest Waldron, Kansas City Barbara Waligora, Burlington, Iowa Robert Walsh, Dumont, N.J. Kay Wandrey, Holliday Virgil Ware, Moberly Richard Warford, Moberly Ronald Warmoth, Newark Dick Webb, Oak Grove Berni Weber, Argyle, Iowa Gerri Weber, Argyle, Iowa Neva Webster, Kahoka Jim Weigand, Westwood, N.J. Jennifer Wells, Hannibal Joyce West, Russellville David Wettstaed, Quincy, Ill. 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Martha Whicher, Danville, Iowa Ernest Whisenand, Higbee Dale Whitley, Macon Larry Wickless, Unionville Janet Wiles, Jamesport Jack Wiley, St. Louis Larry Wilgus, LaPlata David Williams, St. Louis Felix Williamson, St. Louis Mary Jo Wiseman, Hunnewell Gary Wishmeyer, Corydon, Iowa Gayle Wolf, Moberly Lucretia Wolf, Moberly Julia Wood, Macon Lodena Wood, LaPlata Margie Woods, Kirksville Janyce Worrell, Ottumwa, Iowa Faye Yackley, Taylor Dorothy Yoder, Wellman, Iowa Phyllis Ziegler, New York, N.Y. 1, , ,, 'fa YJw,,.,,1' 1 . .:' . , , "H A ,, li , 1 H i li ' " L w iv "il , , , T' mf- U ni I 1 v' idx, g H Q, s fy' Q' 3 , x -'17 1 . Alu I T"-H ,. 025- f in f , 1 di 5 .. . 1 L 9 1 :K 5 , is " at --K 1 IW X , Y x 552 aried areas of campus life Only a pessimist like Ginnie Robinson would weigh herself with heavy books in her arms. 0 Dr. Gross explains the mechanism of a refluxing condenser. A s. ii . :vii , - -. Magi , fy, ' ,tl X . V I ,. 5 Pm all for J .F.K. and his foreign aid policy, but this physical fitness kick is something else. 165 Class fficers Seated: Shane Cavanah, v i c e presidentg T o m Horace, presi dentg Pat C h r i s t y, secretary Standing: Alma Anderson, treas urerg Susie Hanna, councilwom an. Not Pictured: Eddie Kelly councilman. H ML- Students enjoy the blg band sound at the Christmas Formal featuring the music Karen Adams, Arbela Tony Aini, Hornell, N. Y. Robert Allen, Kansas City Terry Allen, Worthington John Almond, New Boston Susan Alwin, Centralia Sydney Amer, Brunswick Alma Anderson, Mt. Pleasant, James Anderson, Novinger Joyce Anderson, Queen City Mary Jo Anesi, Kirksville Barbara Arnold, Hannibal Bob Babcock, Kirksville Duane Bachman, Milton, Iowa Larry Bailey, New Boston Paul Baker, Clarence Terry Baker, Kirksville Anne Baldwin, Kirksville Marilyn Barber, Hannibal Carroll Barnes, Meadville Rex Barnes, Kirksville Larry Barnett, Greentop Mary Barnett, Kirksville Linda Bartlett, Kirksville Sharon Basler, Bevier Eddy Baumbach, Tenafly, N. J. Larry Beasley, Centralia Tom Beasley, Centralia Tony Beeler, Lancaster Kent Bennett, St. Louis Iowa Sophomores ,W lik: PE1HMm'mWW!, WNWZWV f , MQQWWI 1 W l X w1.i,J M , .x ' : VJ w X , L I ' ' f f ,5 l if lv WWW -.23-'1'2f1Z5:1.:f W' :'s:i?'J' 'f 911. . gl fa' 1, ,, W p 'Eh . pil -,544 f , ,gr 4 6 4 ff' , , lar ----- Pe: .., f fatal . t uf- - ,,-- 2' i - i I 3 . T Z, ,, ,El ' . rf1!"mWWU ll W"'W"WW"iW W 125232: Bin - - ,Y---R V - - -4 1 '1 Y W W W W 1 W H H yr 1 ar . 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Helen Bishop Montgomery City fi? i' A mfg Gary Blackburn, Kirksville 'fl ' A 'W Margaret Blair, Elsberry W , rx 4 ' Q Barry Bloom, Fulton I , i Ron Boles, Ottumwa, Iowa 'i"' nfs, W, i A rslree tl.Li ll' I . , W WW, sg., Few know the time and talent it took Jannette Lichtenberg to make Roger Mc- Rebecca Boling, Monroe City Kathleen Bormann, St. Louis Sherry Bowman, Quincy, Ill. Kenny Boyer, Memphis Francie Brandt, Brunswick Jack Branscom, Kirksville Helen Breidenstein, Kahoka Bill Brendel, Bergenfield, N. Jim Brenner, Lewistown Jan Brewer, Brookfield Ted Bricker, Quincy, Ill. Roger Briggs, Memphis Carole Briscoe, Hannibal Jerry Brookhart, Kahoka Carl Brooks, St. Charles Kenneth Brooks, Sturgeon Ed Brown, Madison Gale Browning, Mexico Kay Bruner, Powersville Bob Brunnenmeyer, Atlanta, Ga Donna Bruse, Princeton Tom Buckman, Monroe City Rebecca Burch, Glasgow Don Burkhalter, Wellsvilie Richard Burns, Elmer Robert Burns, Kirksville Sandra Burson, Centralia Tom Burtch, Chula William Buschling, Canton Charles Byers, Blandinsville, Ill. Margaret Cahall, Montgomery City Donna Caldwell, Vandalia Shirley Calvert, St. Louis Roger Campbell, LaGrange Joan Case, Mexico David Cate, Quincy, Ill. Shane Cavanah, Marceline Jackie Cayse,rSt. Louis . Suzanne Chamberlin, Chillicothe Nancy Chandler, St. Louis Ki Chyung Chang, Korea Gary Cheser, Brookfield Charles Chesher, Brookfield Georgia Childers, Unionville Jean Childress, Memphis Karen Christensen, Fayette Wayne Christopher, Houston, Texas Jean Church, Hillsboro, Iowa Jeanette Church, Hillsboro, Iowa Carl Clark, St. Charles Billy Claybrook, Greencastle Jim Cole, Kansas City Judy Collins, St. Louis Larry Collins, Lucerne Harold Condra, Seymour, Iowa James Conklin, Memphis Kay Conley, Troy Richard Conley, Kirksville Paul Cook, Kirksville George Cooper, Meadville Q Linda Cormany, Bettendorf, Iowa Francis Corson, Philadelphia, Pa. Yolanda Cortez, Corpus Christi, Texas Vilma Coto, Costa Rica Donald Cox, Batavia, Iowa Sophomores i1- fa me-at 5222.11 -ew- 1,1- ur wif. " V if are 1 1l ' 'LR W 1-5, 1 1 ,,-f . 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John Eager, Memphis James Edwards, Kirksville Ken Eldridge, Quincy, Ill. Gary Epperly, Milton, Iowa Mary Ellen Fagan, Washington, Iowa Mildred Falconer, Mexico Gerald Fehr, St. Charles ,gk i Nuzn Y, at Bill Ferguson, Des Moines, Iowa ,g , 1, if Gay Fesler, St. Charles L L ,fc ,Y Wayne Fields, Ferguson i ' 'D li ' Dave Filkins, Hamilton, 111. I' I' A Marvin Flanders, Knoxville, Iowa L I 6 i David Fleak, Hurdland Z' ' 5 Q T Patsy Fleshman, Pollock if it f , ' Velma Flowers, Curryville I' i . David Ford, Atlanta Henry Ford, St. Louis Karen Forquer, Kirksville David Fortney, Macon Sharon Fountain, Memphis Monell Gardner, Lancaster Elmer Gaug, Freeman Diana Gay, Kirksville Martin Geerlings, Callao Howard Gellis, Philadelphia, Pa. k ! as laf i. 'isag ii ii X Eggwm, Li - . 1, , . ' fi ..I , 1 X ss-Q ' ii M 5 't it faq A s r , . 1 V e -' :i!"2'1g -.,,u!.'Yfil lin v tif' lu if .,., .2 , ,.,.,.,,, W' - H " fqrafsg Igggi' I ,ii , 1, ,,, ,g ,,, fi, f. -,,-- L - 'aa g Q ' is-". 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Q... , as E: 1 as 5 Ronald Gibson, University City Marianna Giovannini, Kirksville Rozanne Gladbach, Mendon Charles Goff, Ottumwa, Iowa Nancy Goodding, Atlanta Jane Goodnick, St. Charles Tommy Goon, Higbee David Goughnour, Corydon, Iowa Glennen Grannemann, Washington Harry Green, Philadelphia, Pa. Ann Gregory, Newtown Mary Griffith, Crawfordsville, Iowa Phillip Griffith, Louisiana Freda Grimshaw, Callao George Grimshaw, Kimmswick Judy Guinn, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa Marva Guinn, Rutledge Paulina Guzman, Costa Rica David Hall, Davenport, Iowa Janet Hall, Princeton Roy Hamilton, Lakeman Sue Hanna, Kansas City Barbara Hanson, Hamilton, Ill. Martha Lou Hanson, Hillsboro, Iowa John Harden, Kirksville Ronald Hardgrove, Cedar, Iowa Jack Harding, Ottumwa, Iowa Judy Harness, Bowling Green Jim Harrington, St. Charles Dennis Harris, Gilman, Iowa Lars Harris, Hannibal Sue Harris, Luray Phillip Harrison, Shelbina Carol Harvey, Memphis Patrick Haugh, Quincy, Ill. JMB' 1 M .., M ,, N L iii ' .',. .fx ,A Judy Hawkins, Shelbina 55 ,E zuz ,,, Z 3 Teddy Hayes, Shelbina . , I V., PT A, Dennis Hesskamp, St. Charles 2 , i , f ,E R ,H Don Hevel, Palmyra 5 ,,,, A , A H 'I I, ,. f n rg' Q. Lindenette Hew, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii James Higgins, Green City Lynn Hill, Moscow Mills Mary Hintz, Wellsville Vicki Hitt, Kirksville Kenneth Hoffmann, Ferguson Ray Holden, Keosauqua, Iowa J erre Holloway, Rothville Barbara Holt, Newtown Dennis Holt, St. Charles Stuart Hood, Kirksville Judy Hoover, Princeton Don Hopp, Williamsburg, Iowa Rolland Hopson, New London, Iowa Tom Horace, St. Louis J cwell Houchins, Fulton Patty Howell, Kirksville Glen Hubbartt, Drakesville, Iowa Gail Huenemann, Kirksville Carolyn Huff, St. Louis Georgia Humphrey, Kirksville Jack Hutchinson, Wyaconda Ken Hutchinson, Salisbury Wayne Hutton, Clarence Ebrahim J abbari, Tehran, Iran Evelyn Jacobs, St. Louis Keith Jerome, Greentop Jerry Johnson, Keytesville Lawrence Johnson, Kirksville Robert Johnson, Huntsville Sarah Johnson, Unionville Marlene Johnston, Milton, Iowa Alice Jones, Maywood Anthony Jones, Chicago, Ill. Cheri Jones, Mercer Dal Jones, Des Moines, Iowa Lea Jones, Queen City Ralph Jones, Macon Joyce J uergensmeyer, Warrenton Jesse Juhl, West Point, Iowa Jim Kayser, Bloomfield, Iowa Sophomores 1 :fir sf .it 1 3 ,if Q. . 1 :14vvn'vf,i' -'SET' K V l:.. ..i-1 ' ' Ei Q fi -+1322 Ei ' ,g I I ,l,,Ula,g 5 Ag! ii" L '-'. M Z I: I ' K -..: ' mga w 5 Q 1 fi' 'se 4. ,- 32- if L degli. . 4 1 s u ' 1' t l Q D". t , 9 ll Q 4 A "1 L n V . 14 ,. ' Hollie Keegan, Englewood Cliffs, N. J. Ernest Keller, Shelbyville Eddie, Kelly, Kirksville Steve Kempher, Blandinsville, Ill. Barry Kessell, Quincy, Ill. Young Chul Kim, Seoul, Korea Kathryn Kinsella, Chillicothe Darold Kirtlink, Mexico Sandra Klinginsmith, Unionville Fred Klinkhammer, Dortmund, Germany W. I L V l Dee Klopfenstein, West Point, Iowa - - A - Madelon Kluender, Queen City Nona Knight, Kirksville Bill Kruel, St. Charles :w c I, Betty Kukita, Capt. Cook, Kona, Hawaii fif'a.fclf' t l 'M n K at i- V, G 2 A.- Pete Lackey, LaPlata Connie Lafolette, Princeton Sunny Laird, Quincy, Ill. Gayle Lake, Hannibal James Lakin, Ottumwa, Iowa - t' L Q l V, ,,,, .-.,, , ' ' Q 5 ' , Mary Langhammer, Clarence Richard Latimer, Edina it 159' 5- - H Jacqueline Lawson, Ottumwa, Iowa fi , V !E,.',, 5 ' E l Milton Lazich, St. Louis fl, J '-I Donald Leath, Macon "The Way to a man's heart is through his dinners '? 1 ll QI Q, my-f-F , .N stomach"--but haven't you girls heard of T.V. Brian LeDoux, Lewistown Barbara Lee, Imperial Bobby Leftridge, Lentner Richard Lehmann, St. Charles Bill Lewis, St. Louis Donna Lewis, Marceline Roy Lewis, Seymour, Iowa Mikka Lewton, Perry Raymond Lindsay, Brashear Mary Ellen Lineberry, Marceline Kenneth Linke, Warrenton Vincent Livengood, Albia, Iowa Bill Littrell, New Cambria Larry Llewellyn, Kirksville Iris Lowenberg, Donnellson, Iowa Judy Lowther, Carlisle, Iowa Jane Lyng, New London Robert McAllister, Kirksville Norma McBride, Centralia Robert McCalment, Unionville Arlin McClanahan, Kirksville Ann McC1ymonds, Corydon, Iowa Carolyn McCully, Armstrong Bill McDonald, Unionville Peggy McFry, Gallatin Mike McGinnis, Edina Ellen Sue McIntyre, Kirksville JoAnn McMurry, Jefferson City Darrel McNeil, Batavia, Iowa Joe Mabry, Wellsville Judith Magel, Danville, Iowa John Magic, Albia, Iowa Donald Marquardt, Greentop Mary Marshall, Packwood, Iowa Gleneta Martin, Green Valley, Ill John Martin, Wyaconda Joyce Martin, Lancaster Lee Martin, Grinnell, Iowa Marilyn Martin, Quincy, Ill. 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M X 52s 54 325s 3 si 'Q fi- iw 1 22 'H ' r E-'14 515 'AN ' .ll 5 in I get , ,MW ,B 1 ,1,1'.-fm if J as K Barb Mason, Ames, Iowa Jerald Mason, LaP1ata Patricia Masten, Clarence Mary Matkin, Macon Van Meek, Stockport, Iowa Patricia Meeker, Kirksville Robert Meinert, St. Louis Gladys Mendez-, Panama City, Panama Bob Miller, St. Louis John Miller, Edina Larry Million, Palmyra Harold Minshall, Princeton Mary Minshall, Laredo Marilyn Minsker, Memphis Bonny Mitts, Anabel Doris Moore, Atlanta Fred Moore, St. Louis James Moore, Brookfield Roger Moore, Mexico Anthony More, Brooklyn, N. Y. Donald Morgan, Sewal, Iowa Elvin Morrow, Knox City John Moyer, Novelty Raymond Mullikin, Downing Mike Murphy, Quincy, Ill. Charles Myers, Packwood, Iowa James Myers, Coatsville James Myers, Knox City Louise Myers, LaBelle Jim Neagle, Lancaster Jim Neis, Ottumwa, Iowa Connie Nesbit, Hunnewell John Newendorp, Leighton, Iowa James Newhard, Griffith, Ind. Larry Noel, Kirksville James Nolte, Elmer Ray Norris, Lombard, Ill. Don Oelklaus, St. Charles Bill Olinger, Brookfield Walter Olinger, Brookfield Wonder if these Botany students will recognize this plant on a lab quiz Gayle Oller, Mexico Sharon Ollman, Macon Norman Opplinger, University City Willa Opplinger, St. Louis Allene Orr, Warren, Ohio Karen Outzen, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Gene Packwood, Ottumwa, Iowa Charles Padget, Bloomfield, Iowa Clifford Palmer, Malverne, N. Y. Elbert Parkes, Keytesville Richard Parmenter, Kirkwood Joe Pawlowicz, Tenafly, N. J. Grace Pepper, Brighton, Iowa James Perine, St. Louis Elaine Perry, Macon Donna Peters, Mexico Jean Pettigrew, Moberly John Phegley, Kirksville Dean Phillips, New Boston Sherry Ping, Chariton, Iowa Bud Pipes, Rutledge Janet Pipes, Wyaconda Jim Pittman, Unionville Larry Pittman, Green Castle Mary Plum, Bussey, Iowa Sophomores Lf' - E , gl i - , l ff ' Ll 'lug bis 5 A-.ifw".g1.ir" ,E I ul I if George Poggioli, Brooklyn, N. Y Stephen Polhans, Wyaconda Champ Poplar, Philadelphia, Pa Ronnie Poston, Kirksville Anna Powell, Philadelphia Ronald Power, Hannibal Charles Powers, Hannibal George Prichard, Hazelwood V Peggy Propps, Harris Bernie Purdy, Harris William Purdy, Philadelphia, Pa Jesse Purvis, Memphis Kenneth Quinn, Monroe City David Rae, Kirksville Helen Ragan, Mercer Glen Randall, Louisiana Roy Recker, Centralia Louis Reddick, Keosauqua, Iowa Joe Redford, Maryville Lenora Reifsteck, Hartsburg Carol Resinger, Macon Wayne Richardson, St. Charles Nadine Robinson, Woodward Christine Rockhold, Lineville, Iowa Kathy Rogers, Brashear Marjorie Rogers, Kirksville Iona Rollins, Kirksville Ben Rose, Kirksville Joel Rosenzweig, Philadelphia, Pa JoAnne Rowland, Princeton Hillis Rupe, Ottumwa Gary Sattman, Winnegan Sandra Schafer, Lancaster Ed Schlief, Spring Grove, Ill. Carol Schneider, Grand Rapids, Mich Douglas Scholten, Brookfield Walt Schroeder, Warrenton Gayla Selby, Allerton, Iowa Joann Setzer, Annada Bill Severson, St. Louis Guy Seymour, Danville, Iowa Mahmoad Shahangian, Tehran, Ir Terry Shaw, Kirkwood Arthur Shechtman, Passoic Mike Shephard, Memphis Pete Sireno, Demarist, N. J. Dennis Sissom, St. Louis Richard Slakoff, Philadelphia, Pa. Alice Slavin, Downing Steve Sloan, Philadelphia, Pa. Cynthia Smith, Kingsburg, Calif. Kent Smith, Clarence Mary Ellen Smith, Seymour, Iowa Wilson Smith, Winfield Karen Snyder, Kirksville Marty Soeten, Packwood, Iowa Norma Spellman, Salisbury James Spencer, Milan Mary Spruytte, Kansas City M. L. Steinmetz, Armstrong Carol Sternberg, Kirkwood Marcia Stewart, Kirksville William Stiles, Keytesville Ed Stolte, Hull, Ill. Stuart Stone, Glen Ellyn, Ill. W E ,H Sophomores ' - - ,Q ii, , 4 I WS at sta ' HT to ga' E ,' . --"ll Sherrill Streeter, Unionville Ron Strong, Kirksville Terry Strother, Kansas City Donna Stump, Elvaston, Ill. Marge Sturhan, LaGrange Carolyn Sultzman, Hannibal Gordon Summers, Huntsville Pat Sutton, Palmyra Bryant Tate, St. Louis Bill Taylor, Des Moines, Iowa Lois Ann Teasley, Troy Fred Teter, Excello Mary Ann Tharp, Green City J. B. Thistlethwaite, Chillicothe Price Thomas, Kirksville Margaret Thompson, Kirksville Steve Thompson, Carlisle, Iowa Steven H. Thompson, Davis City, Iowa Laauli Tosi, Vailoatai, Am. Samoa Susan Townsend, Fremont, Ohio Jack Treasure, Kirksville Virginia Treasure, Kirksville Lyle Triebwasser, Centralia Roger Trimpe, Quincy, Ill. Jim Trueblood, Kirksville Ann Trump, Trenton Falemanu Tua, Fagasa, Am. Samoa Don Turner, Linneus Waynella Uhland, Philadelphia Bradford Van Hecke, Marshall Sonja Vargas, Costa Rica Bob Vickerman, Keosauqua, Iowa Juan Virzi, Santago, Panama Floyd Waddle, Bloomfield, Iowa Anne Waggoner, Lancaster Louise Walker, Knox City Charles Walton, Troy Marcella Wannepain, Kirksville Karen Watanabe, Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii Charlotte Watts, Monroe City Connie Weatherford, Moberly Carol Weaver, Kirksville Jan Wedekin, Newton, Iowa Jo Ann Weekley, St. Louis Phyllis Wells, Wayland Brenda Wetter, St. Charles True Wheeldon, Batavia, Iowa Jane Ann Whirrett, Pulaski, Iowa Karen White, Anabel William White, Shelbina Ronald Whittaker, Mexico Lloyd Whytte, Tebbetts Gary Wike, Quincy, Ill. Donna Willard, Louisiana Lestra Willey, Hannibal Carolyn Williams, New Cambria Stephen Williams, Danville, Iowa Joan Wilsey, Rutledge John Wilson, Philadelphia, Pa. Karen Wilson, Greentop Marvel Wilson, Philadelphia, Robert Wilson, Kirksville Steve Wilson, Falls Church, Va. Willa Winhold, LaBelle Max Wolf, Packwood, Iowa Melva Wolf, Brunswick Tom Wolf, Brookfield Joanne Wolff, LeMay Lerea' Woods, Memphis Robert Woods, Kirksville Mike Works, St. Louis Hank Wright, Kansas City Robert Yager, Stoutsville Joe York, Bucklin Donald Younker, Milton, Iowa Barbara Yuchs, Quincy, IH. Mahmood Zahedi, Tehran, Iran Dilmeran Zaralioglu, Istanbul, Turkey Susan Zlotehew, Cresskill, N. J. Freshmen 182 lass Officers Seated: Dave Bear, vice-president, Jack Vanacore, president, Joyce Flowers, sec- retary. Standing: Bonnie Bigsby, council- womang Joe McCarthy, councilmang Vic Miller, treasurer. ROW ONE: Betty Nicely, Suzanne Shettle, Ellen Kaye Murphy, Ina Kay Hibler, Sandy Ables, Marilyn Vetter. ROW TWO: Dee Ann Stine, Dixie Bittiker, Don Freeman, Wendell Doyle, Gary Wishmeyer, Hy- lah Wilson, Janyce Worrell. ROW THREE: Jack Ward, Jim Killion, Robert Jones, John Thomas, John Jepson, Jim Henry. ROW FOUR: Bill Weber, Jerry Henderson, Wayne Mosher, Bob Barklage, Don Rupp. Student Mentors, selected for their outstanding leadership, help freshman fill out their class schedules and adjust to college life. Freshmen Libbi Acton, Colfax, Iowa Donna Adam, Richland, Iowa Carol Adams, Des Moines, Iowa Howard Adams, Keokuk, Iowa Russell Adamson, Ottumwa, Iowa Jacqueline Aderton, Bucklin Twila Aeschliman, Lancaster Bill Akerson, Ottumwa, Iowa Lena Aldridge, Greentop Kay Alexander, Brookfield Lana Alfrey, Marshall Henry Algermissen, O'Fallon Charles Allen, Kirksville Richard Allen, Kirksville Lois Amedei, Bevier Andrea Anderson, Bergenfield, N. J. 1 Virginia Anderson, Downing Diana Angelo, Macon John Armstrong, Brookfield Larry Armstrong, Columbus, Kaus. Patty Artz, Milan Linda Aston, Bellflower Richard Aucamp, Philadelphia, Pa. Brian Baker, Des Moines, Iowa Joe Baker, Atlanta Lyle Baker, New Boston Roger Baker, New Bloomfield Wilmetta Baker, Kahoka Dan Ball, Kirksville James Banister, St. Louis Mike Barger, Des Moines, Iowa Brian Barkley, Milan Patricia Barley, Wellsville Don Barnes, Oskaloosa, Iowa Cody Barnett, Bloomfield, Iowa Vernon Barns, Grinnell, Iowa Herbert Barrett, Newtown Kay Barrows, Luray Don Bartee, Bucklin Gary Bartee, Clark 1 Leo Baskett, Packwood, Iowa Fred Baugher, Canton Beth Bean, Ottumwa, Iowa David Bear, Columbia John Becker, Knox, Ind. Sheila Beckett, Edina David Beckman, Quincy, Ill. Shirley Beckman, LaPlata Pete Beltramo, Bevier Dixie Belzer, Browning ' Harry Bengston, Kirksville Bruce Benson,.Andover, Mass. Anita Berkshire, Queen City Ron Berrey, Mexico If 1 N, ' L .I 1 11 ,. 1 ' P 1 1 fa Q' Iliff" 'nj Q' 11, i 'fi In-7 1 1 - 11 5 , ,E L 'aw 1 1 X QAM!! 1? I a Q lm? 5 :5 ia, 1 1 1 ag 'l V at 1 1 1 if x , 1 l WFP? 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Ray Davis, Albia, Iowa Bob Dawson, Bevier Gerald Deardorff, Avalon Ellis Delameter, Mercer Judy Delaney, Baring if Mike Del Pietro, St. Louis Pat Dempsey, Shelbina John De Nicola, New Hyde Park, N. John Dennis, Browning I' Jim Dentler, Rochelle, Ill. Mike Derby, Ottumwa, Iowa Tony Derhake, Warrenton Charlene Dietrich, St. Louis Farshid Dini, Tehran, Iran Keith Dinsmore, Fremont, Iowa Jim Donadio, Verona, N. J. John Doran, Ottumwa, Iowa Don Douglas, Brookfield James Downard, Keosauqua, Iowa Robert Draper, Winfield Eileen Drescher, Palmyra Russell Drum, Whippany, N. J. Robert Duenkel, Jefferson City Mike Dumphy, St. Louis Rose Duraski, St. Louis Meg Durham, Palmyra Roger Durham, Des Moines, Iowa David Durlinger, Ottumwa, Iowa Joan Durst, LaGrange Janet Dutemple, Albia, Iowa Jim Dutton, Fulton Ronald Dye, Callao Kenneth Earl, Kirkwood Martha East, Shelbina Y. is . 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Kay Fitzgerald, Kirksville Kim Fletcher, Des Moines, Iowa Joyce Flowers, St. Louis Carol Forquer, Kirksville Merry Kay Forrest, Des Plaines, Ill Bob Forty, Elmhurst, Ill. Larry Foster, Clarence Betsy Fox, Rothville Michael Freund, Highland Park, N. J Kenyon Frey, Bowling Green Pamela Funk, Knoxville, Iowa James Furgison, Greentop Jane Galbraith, Canton Joan Galbraith, Canton Joe Galkowski, St. Louis Orvada Gallion, Wentzville Frank Gantt, St. Louis Joyce Garcia, St. Louis Wayne Garkie, LaGrange Harold Garner, Monroe City Carolyn Garnett, Atlanta Donna Gaus, Ewing John George, Northvale, N. J. Freshmen Rick George, Princeton Dave Gill, St. Louis Ronald Gillis, Mt. Pleasant ,Iowa Danny Gillispie, Lancaster John Gilmore, Mexico Judy Gladbach, Brunswick I Greg Glidewell, Milan Carolyn Glover ,Newark Mickey Good, Ferguson, Iowa Bob Goodman, Keytesville John Goodwin, Ottumwa, Iowa Joseph Goodwin, Monroe City Melvin Gordon, Brookfield Gary Goreham, Grinnell, Iowa Elizabeth Gottman, Palmyra Ronald Gottman, Queen City Dempsey Gottschalk, Brunswick Joe Grace, Kahoka Mike Gramling, Kirksville Mary Green, Shelbina Mike Green, St. Louis Gerald Greenstreet, Greentop Charles Greth, Huntington Valley, Pa. Albert Griffin, Cresskill, N. J. DeVon Griffith, Beaver, Utah Jimmy Grigsby, Elmer Patty Grogan, Livonia Karen Gross, Kirksville Barry Grossberg, Northvale, N. J. John Gruendler, St. Louis Tom Haasis, Philadelphia, Pa. Cheryl Hagan, Mercer Gloria Hainds, Marceline Michael Haines, Ottumwa, Iowa Kathy Haley, Fulton Conna Jean Hall, Novinger Rex Hall, Birmingham, Iowa Greg Halsey, Tenafly, N. J. GaryAHamilton, Herrin, Ill. 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Jim Henry, St. Louis Gayle Hensley, Chillicothe Roberta Hensley, Elsberry Charles Heppermann, Foristell Larry Hickman, Perry Donna Higgins, Chillicothe Geoffrey Hill, Quincy, Ill. Linda Hill, Chillicothe Steven Hines, Gorin Winifred Hodgkins, North Creek, N. Y. Walter Hoffman, Waterloo, Ill. Larry Hohenshell, Wellman, Iowa Russell Hollowell, Williamstown Nancy Holzworth, Harper, Iowa H211 190 Another day, another line, another meal in Blanton cafeteria. Freshmen Steve Honowitz, Philadelphia, Pa. R. J. Hook, Centerville, Iowa Olga Horak, Closter, N. J. Bill Horan, Lombard, Ill. Frank Horn, Hunnewell Connie Howard, Bloomfield, Iowa Betty Howe, LaBel1e Whitcomb Howell, Macon Hadley Hoyt, North Reading, Mass. Dan Hrysko, Madison, Ill. David Huber, Alton, Ill. Karen Huckabee, Palmyra Viola Huebner, St. Louis Arlene Huff, Rutledge Linda Huff, Bonaparte, Iowa Richard Huff, Kirksville David Humphrey, Moscow Mills Janice Humphrey, Kirksville Ronnie Humphrey, Kirksville Dennis Hunt, Unionville Donna Hunt, Marceline Martha Hunt, Fairfield, Iowa Steve Hunt, Kirksville William Hunter, Palmyra Linda Huntsman, Lancaster X Carolyn Husted, Unionville ff Janet Hutchison, LaPlata Vaughn Hysinger, Kirksville Edward Ireland, Oskaloosa, Iowa Janice Jackson, Ottumwa, Iowa " Jeanne Jackson, Downing Marie Jackson, Macon Mary Jackson, St. Louis Karen Jacobs, Humphreys Shirley James, Kirksville Vivian James, Greentop Marjorie J anning, St. Charles Carol J effries, Kirksville Vernon Jeffries, Osage Beach Ronald Jenkins, Warsaw Charles Jennings, Wellsville Barbara Jobsen, New Cambria '1 Allen J ohnson, Kirksville Doris Johnson, Jefferson City Henry Johnson, Warrenton McKinley Johnson, St. Louis Ron Johnson, Stockport, Iowa Sharon Johnson, Bettendorf, Iowa Shirley Johnson, Milan Brian Jones, Hobart, Ind. 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Gloria Jordan, Knoxville, Iowa Linda J ourdan, LaBelle Bowen Juette, Palmyra ' David Kahler, Brunswick Marcella Kaiser, Milton, Iowa Angella Kaloventjou, Athens, Greece Thipakanyo Kanchanadnl, Ohonbuh Thal land Tom Kane, Quincy, Ill. Joyce Karaff, Kirksville Lloyd Kasow, Brooklyn, N. Y. Henry Kaufmann, Webster Groves Richard Keasey, Des Moines, Iowa Buddy Keil, Quincy, Ill. Sharon Kelley, Hurdland Alice Kelly, Dumont, N. J. Marjorie Kelsey, Kirksville Jerry Kennedy, St. Louis Patty Kerns, Laclede Jack Ketchum, Linneus Carolyn Keune, Laclede Martha Kiger, Green City Ruth Ann Kiger, Green City Donna Kimm, Des Moines, Iowa Cheryl Kincaid, Kirksville Beverly Ann King, Milan Doug King, Milan R. Jim King, Marceline Alan Kiser, Shelbyville Stan Klein, Philadelphia, Pa. Linda Klinginsmith, Unionville Y- .,, - '-eu. f ' -. 1-3, ,. .l . 1 , e F X f t u E V 1' 3 ,, w W A fs 4 1' - W fvf.1,-' W1 1 Y i V I ti, 2 A , Ernie Scott and Dick Huff seem to be on the verge of making a startling scientific first in General Chem istry--boiling water! I 5' W i 5 ui ' ,f 'N i , V' .L -. V A ,f i" l fi J" .. 'W t A 1 fi' if ' g, '-W"- 'gifs ,, , i ' L r 51" i Wy T' f 1 ig . 1 1- KI f V it 1 Q41 T W U .MV IVVV I 'P 1 GQAVANIX '. S- sw V ,' ii fre rr i p 1 V ,232 ' ,. X I l It 1,4 4, V.. V : i 1-g -:it . 1 .,i.. W ., , , f f' 'J Q K :Mi J y 1 lv , ' J li 5 6 4 A-L 1 5 3 1 1 'J t 51, I . , . Vs. H W , Lx u N 'v V i w B H my 'i Y ' """ 5 " 4 .,.,- 6 "-:' V L si' -P5 ' " 2 L' 12-H if v J 1 'J f +4 ff r K s J 1 5721 3-"hi 7,1 ' i .T A ' f . 1- w . :' .,f'-N '37, 4 lt li sf 4 . - , , W A I .Y ,rfriif ' Q 9 fl 3 j,- 5-,-1 1 Charles Knapp, Macon Duane Knapp, J amesport Anthony Knizel, O'Fallon Ed Knowles, Anabel Roy Koberna, Madison, I11. Gerald Koch, St. Charles Mary Koehler, Brookfield Joop Koekoek, Grebbeway, Holland Mike Koerner, Pontiac, Ill. -J. O. Kollar, Queen City J ayad Kottabi, Shiraz, Iran Bob Kottman, St. Charles Erwin Kratzer, Middletown Jean Kraus Gorin Dale Krehbiel, Donnellson Iowa Jo Ann Kriegshauser Edina Fred Krueger Kirksville K f of ' , Q A 6:1 Q + x ly ' 4 Q , ' , ., . W-, L x . . 7 . - f f fr. ,VM1chae1a Kuisar, Konawa, Okla. in 1 i "Gi ', Sammy LaFrenz, Wyaconda Karen Lancaster, Memphis L i-f' James Langhammer, Clarence Glen Larson, Loves Park, Ill. Yonlene Lau, Honolulu, Hawaii Cheryl Lauffer, Denmark, Iowa David Lawson, Baring William Lawson, Gary, Ind. Chuck Leach, Tenafly, N. J. John Leach, Marceline Janet Learned, Kinross, Iowa Garry Ledford, Green Castle 193 ,f A ,., L, 1 L, : 1 - 3 if 1. ef 'nr I' 3 . Ile' '- - L , fl " it 1 Nil X .LH4 4 i 11 I W 11 l 1 U 1 ' ,Q 1 f f . .1 1 1 1 , , 31, J' , 1 .1 . 1, 'l 14 X1 Y-I. 4---3 1 1 Y L 1 ' 1, gt, Y- 1 , 4 e rf- f , 1 ' -r' 11 f I 1 ga J 1 11' 1 .1 we 1. L 1f.. "1 ii':1' ' I -1,5 has l 1' i I cgs 5 : 1: '1 X T ,hw rs 11- - I 5: M, 1 111 . 11 -fn,-a1 , , 5. Y 1 1 ,,-, 1-.ep--.11 ,,., ,, , V I 1 ' f 0 ll 1 ' A 1 l 1- .. ,-11, , . 4 r ,pxf I 'Q ,, m . ga' 1 -- 1 1 I l I2 N W' ' 4,ff,.VV.: J wg Xp 1 1 ,111 1 ,se-f 1 1 K ' an ' 1 is ,:, E lf f,:,:,g,jf5:jg,g'3:afy,,,g11"Qj,i'.,,m ,Q 1111 1 , ,, , f ' 1 ' 1: .L j ll I I - .. VH, Q ,Q ,gum ,I " 11 1 1: 'f 1 a Freshmen Marilyn Lee, Kirksville Robert Lee, Chariton, Iowa Sandra Lein, Warrenville, Ill. Betty Lenzini, Bevier lr Richard Leake, Marceline Irene Leopold, Clarksville Charles Levelle, Clarksville Charles Lewellen, Greentop Mary Karon Lewis, Kirksville Marvin Lich, Waterloo, Ill. William Lichtenberg, Marceline Henry Likes, Bluffs, Ill. Charles Looney, Shelbyville Luis Louis, Republic of Panama James Love, Albia, Iowa Larry Love, LaPIata Robert Lovern, Ethel Judy Loving, New Berlin Ill. Joyce Lowrance, Kirksville John Lucas, Kirkwood Mitchell Luckett, Troy Dick Lundholm, Normandy Janelle Lunsford, Huntsville Marilyn Luppin, Meadville x' Linda Luther, Macon Theresa Lutz, Laredo Barbara Lyddon, Marshall Jim McBride, St. Louis Carol McCart, Ottumwa, Iowa Joe McCarthy, Philadelphia, Pa. Sandra McCarty, Promise City, Iowa Paul McClain, Kirksville Dorothy McClanahan, Kirksville Rosemond McClanahan, Kirksville Gary McCloud, Keytesville Curt McClurg, Bloomfield Ervina McCollum, Keytesville Mike McCollum, Denver, Colo. Judy McConnell, Bussey, Iowa Lois McConnell, Nevada, Iowa Sandra McElroy, Macon David McG1othlen, Hurdland Jim McGriff, New Sharon, Iowa Rita McKeone, St. Louis Vern McLeland, Keosauqua, Iowa Tom McLaughlin, St. Louis Kathleen McMahon, Centralia Neal McMullin, Batavia, Iowa Betty McVay, Harvey, Iowa Charles Mabee, Kirksville Bozorg Mahmoody, Abadana, Iran Hank Maize, Palmyra Sherrill Malloy, Bucklin Sue'Maloney, St. Louis X Freshmen Richard Mantioue, Morris Plains, N. J. Joseph Maple, Hannibal Charles March, Brookfield Linda Markland, Armstrong Max Markovitz, Philadelphia, Pa. Kay Marks, Quincy, Ill. Troy Marksbury, Macon Mary Lou Marling, Elsberry Linda Marlow, Independence Joyce Marquart, Ferguson Jean Marsh, LaPlata Larry Marsh, Macon Jim Marshall, Moberly Bill Martin, St. Louis Jane Martin, Centralia Janet Martin, Worthington ff Carmen Martinez de Alva, Mexico City, Mexico Sandra Matthew, Kirkwood Clifford May, Novinger Mary Louise May, Milan Tony Mazza, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bette Lon Mechlin, Centralia Judy Medlin, Kirksville Ronnie Messenger, St. Louis Elaine Meyer, Warrenton Jack Michael, St. Louis Eric Miller, St. Louis Gary Miller, Gfreentop James Miller, Louisiana Marilyn Miller, Louisiana Sandra Miller, Thompson Stephen Miller, Fairbault, Minn. Vic Miller, St. Louis Lorraine Mills, Griffith, Ind. Sally Minear, Livonia Tamara Miner, Stockport, Iowa Ea rr ,, , 1 Q ffff C ,G MJF, '- I, fi .P , Sh l . af 1 g 4 a -' 1 I ,. , ,L -,Q . ' ' :Wil Q I , . 718 :Y M f YES ' "1" 1" Tumi , ' 1 V ' 111 11 ' 1 I , -3 ' fi the ' 1 1 ,, 1.1,1 ,53j5 , , 11 ,1lJ111113l ,V 1 111 - H " X. ,, , ,HQ ffl,-'1 .1 '?5:!jQ,.fE X fr Y 1. V " f ,I P - "Q .QT 1 f'f ' j- - I .:, 'Q 1 . H ' 3-.. G, . , , 2-eq. E 1.11 we . 1 111 .J -'H' 11 1 L ' J 'f i ' 1 A ,h Fi , 1 " J an f af 12 Q-at 1 1 7 1' 1 T , IJ 543 1 i l I V 1 1 , f 1, , A 1 F , 1 V All 11 1 . " '-f fl , -1 2!'11"1 'AQ1 is er uni 11 'WE I I 1 S 1 ! 1 l at f fix WMU 1 I I Q r 911 1 l I 1 gif: F 6 , f ei "q I ft, 1 Y: gs tl. Vi, 13 , . I If I 11 'fm W I ! '-np , 'QF' f -if A J ity, 1' 1 , - -1 I '11 . l 1 X 1 .1 g -, ff 52 111 -...M sy 1 .Q , f . ,.,,, ii ' 11" ,Lil V" 11. 1 lag, 11" I gg l1il1'11111111.,tL5W 4,1 1. 1 ' J b 1 !'f'1f" ' rf, .' ,. - 1 55' 1 . 'f 1 Q 71 -1 .. lg. r -s W M, 111., 1 l 1 1 11 sg, 1 Q .,,. . ,N '21, l .11.,. ..a- if, ,, K' P I , W X , f :"' -i" '1 ' 1 1 Eunice Mitchell, Palmyra R f" "7 ' M113 A, ,W-11':1 , 1 : - - -7 "': 3 W -1131i3"":5 William Mitchell, Novinger 1 4 q :Egg fr L il V Mary Moeller, Mexico , j, sr' ,S 1' A 1 5 y 2 Joyce Monahan, Pleasant Valley, Conn. f .r izi 1 f. - j 1 Larry Morgan, Charlton, Iowa ' ' ' 11 1 f- ' Marlene Montgomery, Unionville ' 3' u' 4 . 'ly-rug , Jack Moore, Fort Madison, Iowa i , 5 Joan Moore, Kirksville 41 ,F F , Linda Moore, Memphis 3 i N if ' 'E i Ira Moots, Hurdland l ' ' lj 1 rr 1 i Sue Moots, LaPlata A 1 y Larry Morden, Tipton, Iowa ka l 1 K 1' ' i """" 1' Darryl Mordt, Troy 1? f J H ' fi , 'n ,Y A lag! . 1 I Larry Morgan, Hannibal 5. ,jr , 5, 9 ' V F. lenght at Il , Kathleen Morgenstern, Kirksville 1 - I 1 j sf V Bal-fy Kifksviue 1 he . e1ess 111. 1 Bill Morrison, Wentzville K ' ! ' I aff? "iii " ' 1' Linda Morrow, Seymour, Iowa ' p ' if ' 1 e, 'A JB .'5 al i "Rain, wind, sleet or snow," says Judy Robertson, "the mail must go through." .9 -5 ,,, gg ,,:,-:g tg tb- A "' 6111 , ,Q - . 2: Ut - ,,, , , . - ,g,,:::,5 - , . , . I I . .4 it lu:W,A'J4,,. 'y I X 1 is A, w w .,L. ' iff Q 5 , il ,, ,a 1 I tv Qi y 3-is tt tugs! Q ' Q 'Y We 5 if 1 L ' " .',-1'TT',Elr,w.- - 3,1-Qi' ' Hall, all, 1, . ,v'. ':.,' ' . J o o s o Charlotte Morton, Clarence Cheryl Mossbarger, Brookfield I Andre Moussali, Mexico City, Mexico John Mudd, Middletown Judy Mulford, Kirksville Ed Muller, Tenafly, N. J. Nancy Murdock, Kirksville John Murphy, St. Louis Roger Murtfeld, Ottumwa, Iowa Annette Myers, Kirksville Jerry Myers, Shelbyville Bill Naber, Tipton, Iowa Alfred Naimo, Northvale John Nardini, Bloomfield, Iowa Carole Narigon, Fort Madison, I 0W2. Connie Narigon, Fort Madison, Iowa Gary Nash, Brentwood Jeannie Nash, Marceline Mike Neary, Lindenhurst, N. Y. Barbara Neifert, Mexico James Neill, Warren, Ohio Colleen Nelson, Greentop Robert Nelson, Bonaparte, Iowa Jim Neumann, Clinton, Iowa Dennis Newbrough, Des Moines, Larry Newland, Moulton, Iowa Larrell Newlin, Bevier Jo Ann Newman, Gorin Michael Newman, Hobart, Ind. Pat Newman, Brashear Iowa Freshmen Marsha Nicholson, Shelbyville Joyce Niemeier, Marceline Jack Nipps, St. Louis Eva Jane Noe, Kirksville Gary Noel, Kirksville David Norton, Macon Kenneth Norton, Jacksonville, Ill. Paul Oakley, St. Louis Catharine 0'Donnell, Montgomery City Hiroshi Okano, Tokyo, Japan Karen Oliver, Louisiana Faith Olson, Des Plaines, Ill. Janice Olson, Kirkwood Nancy O'Neal, Mexico '- Susan Ordelheide, Warrenton Bill O'Reilly, Popton Lakes, N. J. Pat Orman, Bloomfield, Iowa Marilyn Osborn, Kansas City Jean Ottaway, Flushing, Mich. Mary Owen, Flushing, Mich. Jim Page, Mendon Judson Palmer, Jonesburg Berndt Palmer, Malverne, N. Leslie Paris, Laddonia Y. Roger Park, Seymour, Iowa J ames Parks, Perry Ebrahim Pasha, Tehran, Iran Don Patterson, Brashear Paula Patton, Huntsville Tom Patton. Huntsville Ronald Pauk, Warrenton Mike Paul, O'Fallon Joseph Paulillo, Hoboken, N. J. Rose Peas, Kirksville Steven Peilstein, Vantnor, N. J. Gerry Pendleton, Ashland Carolyn Penn, Kirksville Ralph Perkins, St. Charles Janet Perrigo, Paris Jerry Perry, Baring Mike Peterson, Newtown Marvin Pfeiffer, Bevier John Phillips, Holcomb, Ill. TomPicarella, St. Louis Janet Pieper, Warrenton ' Jeannette Pieper, Winfield Linda Pinkerton, Unionville Larry Pinkston, Kirksville Ronnie Pister, Seymour, Iowa Tom Pitts, Webster Groves Howard -Plotkin, Englewood, N. J. Sandra Poe, Kirksville Virgil Pollard, Mendon Elliott Pujol, University City 6. z' iff' sw-:' . Q A -' l Wi 1, 3- 5 W J :Via ms, 4 H 3-..,,,,,, N11 ,L ,Na 5 K f W, nw f Il I: ' lla ll N .Tir fe 1 if E ,. ya H . wipes, ., new , ' W ':: ,:5- 'T' L ' Ei 1395925552 ,. ' " I 1 9 1 , V .Q V 1 . , 'ii 2 it , Eva? X ,..,. as . .. ., , 1 f Sa i an wuji ariifeilg H3 l " life-Qetl ' TTTV Y spin!" '?,,,2gf 1-E-I -7 it 1 1 ' ' li Wg - :gy 1 K my -I f A 1- ,A-' 'x - W ., J W- .. .5 ,,1ll1'HW All : 1,Q1,,g T1 'uw f1' nL'E.,l?? 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Kerry Ratliff, Hunnewell Esther Raub, Marceline Richard Ray, Dalton Ruth Ray, Unionville Barbara Redman, Monroe City Donnie Reece, Milan Dale Reinker, Elsberry Connie Richardson, Hurdland Darrell Richardson, Sedalia Dee Richardson, St. Louis Mary Richardson, Worthington Phil Richardson, Pontiac, Ill. Marie Richey, Kirksville Curtiss Riedel, Ottumwa Wray Rieger, Kirksville Charles Riutcel, Macon Ken Rixman, St. Louis I certainly didn t think it would take this much time and trouble Just to enroll in college Audrey Roberts, Moberly Gerald Roberts, Kahoka Judy Robertson, Montgomery City Carolyn Robinson, Downing Evelyn Robinson, Greentop Ginnie Robinson, Kirksville Harry Robinson, Des Moines, Iowa James Robinson, Douds, Iowa Janice Robinson, Cantril, Iowa Linda Robinson, New Bloomfield Loisbel Robinson, Sumner George Rockhold, Lineville, Iowa Ronnie Rockhold, Lineville, Iowa Jon Rogers, Canton Elaine Rohning, Perry Susan Rolls, Moberly Josette Romanacce, Dobbs Ferry, N Nicholas Romanetz, Edison, N. Y. Robert Ronchetto, Macon Kay Rose, Mexico Fred Ross, Maplewood Terry Ross, Brashear Lela Rouse, Kirksville Verlan Rouw, Ottumwa Carolyn Rowland, Perry K Charles Royer, St. Louis Danny Rudicil, Edina Sandra Rule, Louisiana Nancy Rumpff, Athens, Penn. 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Glen Scheer, New Haven Rena Schiff, West Des Moines, Iowa Lynn Schlecte, St. Louis Sharon Schlapia, LaPlata Terry Schmidt, Fort Madison, Iowa Ed Schneider, Jennings Tom Schneider, O'Fallon Phylicia Schuckman, Foley Dale Schwartzel, Manchester Brian Scott, Norwood, N. J. Ernest Scott, Kirksville Cheryl Scroggin, Beatrice, Neb. Carol Sears, Middlebury, Vermont Steve Seitz, Brookfield Keith Semler, Walman, Iowa Gail Sever, Milan Jerry Seward, Collinsville, Ill. John Seymour, Danville, Iowa Pat Shafer, Argyle, Iowa ' Joe Shamy, Edison, N. J. Norman Sharp, Numa, Iowa Melvin Shaver, Unionville Richard Shearer, Kirksville Colleen Sheble, Florissant Cheryl Shelton, Unionville Gail Shelton, Fairfax, Va. Leoner Shelton, St. Louis Fred Shepherd, Hannibal Tom Sherk, Des Moines, Iowa Kent Shields, Ottumwa, Iowa Regine Shigenaga, Honolulu, Hawaii John Shockey, Kirksville Barbara Shoop, Rothville Sara Shuford, Louisiana James Shutwell, Canton Deanna Sidwell, Queen City George Sieber, Tenafly, N. J. Sharon Simbro, Lancaster Murl Simler, Gorin Carol Simmons, St. Louis Sheral Simms, Higbee George Simon, Tipton Bob Simpson, Collinsville, Ill. Harold Simpson, St. Louis Bernard Singleton, Washington, Iowa Tim Sinskey, Collinsville, Ill. David Sirenek, Englewood, N. J. Robert Skelton, Chicago, Ill. Marshall Skinner, Madison, Ill. Carol Slaughter, LaPlata Sharon Sloop, Queen City f Brenda smith, Chillicothe 2 Connie Smith, Monroe City Diane Smith, Avery, Iowa Lana Smith, Macon Nancy Smith, Kirksville Odessa Smith, Brookfield Pat Smith, St. Louis Rayma Smith, Kirksville Jerry Smithson, LaPlata it I '+'-'. 1 Ronald Smoot, Bethel Roberta Snowbarger, Queen City Jig' Alice Snyder, Lucerne Q 'EL' il- Gayle Snyder, Elsberry f l 'f Robert Soderdahl, Ingleside, lu. l ' ' 'Z Bill Sodon, St. Louis I l I With all the modern equipment, even an amateur photographer can turn out a good portrait. -1 3 35 ' ', 'E ' .E f' 'i gil X vi F 201 .l Don Hiskey prepares to launch another record from KIRX. H Wa! I l tl I ul i ' ' Aga' i 'Q-1' ' f fl N H . ll, E Q' . ina., if lu fu X ,k I r l LW fmt! f' Ji iw , f , Pat Sommerkamp, O'Fall0n Tommy Southerling, Philadelphia, Pa George Speckhart, Payson, Ill. Robert Spicknall, LaBel1e Richard Spiker, Brashear Pat Stafford, Hannibal X Chuck Staniger, Centerville, Iowa Evelyn Stark, Brookfield 'I Lloyd Stark, Powersville Sheryl Steele, Trenton Eileen Steinmetz, Armstrong Ralph Stevener, St. Louis John Stewart, Laddonia Jan Stiles, Seymour, Iowa Lyle Stocker, Blakesburg Robert Stone, Glen Ellyn, Ill. Janet Stringfellow, Eddyville, Iowa Janet Stroker, Olney .I im Stubblefield, Mexico Bonnie Stuber, University City J. D. Stucker, New London, Iowa Sue Studer, Monroe City xi Jim Stump, Gary, Ind. Mel Stump, Des Moines, Iowa Carola Sturgeon, Wyaconda Jill Suman, Kansas City Terry Summons Howard Swab, Clayton, N. J. Linda Swailes, Stockport, Iowa Sue Swift, Selma, Iowa Freshmen Ed Swiney, Florissant Truman Swingle, Kirksville Nannette Switzer, Bucklin Ronald Switzer, Macon William Tate, Kirksville Sue Talbert, Greentop Bev Taylor, Fulton Bruce Taylor, St. Joseph Charles Taylor, Des Moines, Iowa Judy Taylor, Clarence Norman Taylor, Des Moines, Iowa Roger Taylor, Brookfield Lynne Telfer, Dumont, N. J . Alona Templeman, Kirksville Connie Terry, Kirksville Fred Thomas, Ottumwa, Iowa Keith Thomas, Richland, Iowa Linda Thomas, New Cambria Nancy Thomas, Brookfield Sharon Thomas, Knox City Bud Thompson, Kirksville Kirby Throckmorton, Wentzville Fran Tieman, LaGrange Betty Tomek, Wright City Robert Tomlin, Clayton, N. J. Betty Toops, Alexandria Pat Tracy, LaGrange Lee Tracy, LaGrange Richard Tretsky, Highland Park, N. J. Rodney Troske, St. Louis Karlene Trussel, O' Fallon Roger Turi, Tenafly, N. J. Brenda Turner, Paris Janet Turner, Canton William Turner, Ottumwa, Iowa Jane Ulin, Fairfield, Iowa Sharon Ullrich, Tenafly, N. J. Lynda Upchurch, Brookfield Elizabeth Vallee, Clifton Hill Jack Vanacore, Highland Park, N. J. Carol Van Buren, Haworth, N. J. Nancy Van Dusen, Cresskill, N. J. William Vanover, St. Louis Gerald Van Skike, Centralia Betty Van Vorst, Lindenhurst, N. Y. Mark Van Zank, Moravia, Iowa Forrest Vass, Eldon, Iowa Linda Vincent, Kirksville Sharon Vize, Closter, N. J. Ed Vogt, Warrenton Jim Vogt, Webster Groves Earl Waddill, Brookfield J aney Waelder, Hannibal A Charles Walker, Kirksville v' K .f.L.,,lgi. s. , 1, , -1 t W Hi f, l 1 .- ' Lv F v iv L W 11 n 37131 X . - . . .2 ' 5:1 - if e. 321' :UQ 1 ! , ii, . 457, f ' ' Y , Jil r ' ,Q K. f ,Q ig:-cr. - , - - ,. . . ,, f. fs' ww . ., ,.,. ,, ' 1 ' --1. ' -,..:,s' '- 3, uw, . -3, K , ,lf z U 1 1 J' 1 wr ga I w it 2 ,tm l X .aari F r -. N 7"'1'l Q X . 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' ,rw wi L: f 5-:,. , ' of f Eli ii A232125 U , ,xg , Y -i 'iff --.-. - f 1- ,.h" ' Qi. fi 'X 1.-J 'Ia -- :ww -aa' '- l if ' I -I ' ' W U- 'fieffifigy 'Tl l ti' M, it -if ' i. 5 li ,af ' ' i- ' mi' 1145: ' ,V . - A gg . -2 if, 'H' it 3 - ' V... 1 l l Q ' 1 5 1 , If if 3, lr it W -4.2 :, ' all N i ' ' :A ' 3 5 XT gil ar 1 Clarence Walker, Macon Winston Walker, Alexandria Linda Wallace, LaBelle Karen Wallman, Yarmouth, Iowa Donald Walters, Brashear Ronald Walters, Brashear Richard Warder, Ottumwa, Iowa Martin Ware, Bloomfield, Iowa Mary Jane Warner, Bonaparte, Iowa Wayne Warnol, St. Louis Wayne Watanabe, Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii Ed Watson, Canton Donald Watters, Reading, Mass. Curtis Weathersby, St. Louis Ricky Weaver, Princeton John Webb, Edina Paul Webb, Edina Marv Weber, Greentop John Weibel, Chariton, Iowa Dixie Weidner, Fairfield, Iowa Joel Weinstein, Old Tappan, N. J. Steve Welsh, Unionville Jeffrey Werts, Bloomfield, Iowa Sharron Wescott, Salisbury Tom Wheatley, St. Louis Lynne White, Ottumwa, Iowa Bonnie Whitten, Packwood, Iowa Judith Widner, Jacksonville Paul Wilhite, Huntsville Sharon Wilkenson, Ottumwa, Iowa The ultimate aim of every freshman is to walk past Joseph Ba1dwin's statue in cap ana-gown on graduation day. Mary Williams, Vandalia X Rose Williams, Mexico Jean Williamson, Kansas City Kenneth Willingham, Paris Darrell Wilmsmeyer, Warrenton David Wilson, Danville, Iowa Ulas Wilson, St. Louis Michael Winecup, Drakesville, Iowa Elaine Winkleman, Kirksville Rufus Winslow, Kirksville Larry Wise, Warrenton David Wolfxe, Troy Benny Wood, LaPlata Donald Wood, Bethel Everett Wood, Ladora, Iowa Gene Wood, Emden Janet Wood, Farmington, Iowa Nina Wood, Shelbina Charles Woods, LaPlata Charles M. Woods, Montgomery City Judy Woollen, New London LaMont Wortmann, Martinsburg Barbara Wright, Kirksville Sharon Wright, Ottumwa Eleanor Yackley, Taylor Sarah Yearian, Williamsburg, Iowa Karen Youngberg, St. Louis Joe Zeigler, LaPlata I n nm u ' li Qin.. 1--.f - I1'i1JfTi' M ll I :El , ' si l iw x . E vw is 2 WW' nu Facult P9 Q, ,if -E: ,, I ,tx tx if V, I 57 , . K if wg K 1 -, f r - l " l "4 , H- ' " 'l -1 Q gill .v .bg f, 4 tl i tae, , ,ff 1 .N I J ffffasf 'nl Yr' 4, t 1 Our Faculty members at K S T C--directing learning situations in the classrooms, counseling and guiding when necessary, and providing job recommendatims for the future-are considered personal friends by the entire student body. Following his graduation from the College, each student is proud to have lived and learned under the excellent supervision of our outstanding faculty. Each student realizes that the "student-faclultyl' relationships are lasting ones. 1 ' i v . M g , H ' E m X ivy W 5 NH! I . nk E ' i iw' IE vin X H z i.-.33 fi fr.. Liawazw' ' FQ' E 3' 3 ..... .ji ,izz :.: I .,,:V , ..,.:.,.,..A af' , A M . 5 E Q -N 'Q P 1 M .-4 am. V vin W K if W fvfv M g, is E ff JJ L' ,. W.-EW zf,51 5.X I, .hw .:. ff . 4- .f We Eg, K, ff 5- -w w , , we ,-11 - M1 ggw ,if f rrigigi ',g5f!!Afs,1' :.:ss.: gi- W1 i ,Pip N. ii Q3 :fr WJ , 4 X W , if A '--- F-" . .' .A,.:f:: Az 'fm A I V Mi l f '7" 1 Hx an P . N Q L M f m ' Km .. iJ:,:Lgj,fg:Fv-f l 1 4' ,.4-ff 3 r r 4 ' 1' ft . K W 1 gg W , U 11- n-A 'le v , J C' ., bidi. -A UA ,7,, , ,,,, as - iii? Hi ?U'7""f?5"2QYT' ORVILLE E. BOWERS Registrar A.B., B.S. in Education, A.M. Scholastic records, correspondence dealing with statistical grades and averages, tran- scripts, certification and evaluation of credits exemplify the actions of Mr. Bowers in his position as Registrar. The yearly in- crease in enrollment has brought many problems and challenges to this division only to be rnet with efficiency and sound judgement. fficers of y dministration To the Admissions Director, Mr. Elam, belongs the task of serving as personnel representative of the College-N a "communicative link" between the College and the pro- spective student. Disseminating in- formation, literature, and other facts about the college is a respon- sibility skillfully handled as evi- denced by the growth and integrity of the school and the student body. 5 . ' i ' CHARLES J. ELAM Division of Admissions B.S., B.S. in Education, A.M. in w .iw , W, J. , Wriiigieggj.. Wa :Q - mg, it Q,glQgT,.:Ivfyi4,,.,fi. . it saw. , mf Y, .4 l Graduation exercises are taken in stride by the faculty as they envision a two-week vacation. 208 ffiiwtl? iilfrw' I A' V ' i I 54 ,Y i ' " 4 1' - ' Y 'liififfii ., mx lg ..X5Q,3','v,f7n2a.,.sn... . vi! , , ,,5,i1,L A .,?..,c,,,., , , n, ., NA Y YK., ... . .3 .HU f . ROBERT L. MCKINNEY Con Military Leaveh Assistant to the Office of the President A.B. This office coordinates all of the activities of the Teachers College to the end that a sound public relations program may be de- veloped, activated, and sustained. ' f '-'-1- ' rr whim'-in ii viii' ,E i t 5 ,Z Z J Diversified services offered by the Division of Education under the direction of Dr. Mittler include Teacher Placement, Correspond- ence and Extension Teaching, High School Educational Activities Au- dio-visual and Program Service. The commendable work of this Di- vision reveals its goal in education to meet the ever-growing needs of public schools and communities served by the College. ELI F. MITTLER Division of Extension Service Associate Professor of Education B.S. in Education, M.Ed., Ed.D. I N 7 ,-'aj P .za HOWARD G. MORRIS Division of Maintenance Service Keeping our campus beautiful and in excellent con- dition is the major aim of Mr. Morris who supervises and controls the activities of the maintenance crew on our campus. Charged with this responsibility, Mr. Morris makes certain that repairs and other projects are carried out in an expedient manner. Faced daily with many problems which have no counterpart in the annals of college education, the Personnel Division is responsible for coordinating the program of testing and counseling and the pro- gram of guidance. Through this di- vision any student may find assist- ance with social, educational, vo- cational, health, and economic problems. Above all, each student is considered a personal friend. PETE NICOLETTI Division of Business Service B.S. in Education, A.M. The sound financial condition of the College is pre- served through the Division of Business Service. Col- lecting fees, keeping financial records, purchasing supplies and equipment, and supervising the steno- grapliic office and telephone exchange characterize the daily routine of the Business Service, headed by Mr. Nicoletti. ROBERT M. WRIGHT Division of Student Personnel Service Professor of Guidance B.S. in Education, M.S., Ed.D. 209 210 KATHLEEN BOHON Comptroller Division of Business Service FOREST L. CROOKS Director, Audio-Visual Education B.S. in Education, A.M. RONALD L. MARTIN Assistant to the Registrar B.S. in Education Administrative Staff RUTH B. BEAL Dean of Women B.S. in Education, A.M. JOHN L. BIGGERSTAFF, JR.. A College Physician D.O. ' , DONALD G. BOWLING WILLIAM H. QABLE Assistant to the Dean Director of Publications B.S. in Education, M.A. B.J. FRANK V. COLTON Assistant, Division of Business Service B.S., B.S. in Education, M.A. RUSSELL HARRISON ALFRED HOLZMEIER TAYLOR LINDSEY Director, Alumni Housing and Parking Director of Student Activities Secretary Teaching A.B. B.S. Professor of Secondary Education A.B., A.M., Ed.D. . .Fi W NOAH P. RICHARDSON BENTON F. SCHEIDE KENNETH C. SYKES Director, Correspondence Director, Libraries and Administrative Assistant and Extension Service Museums A.A., A.B. ' B.S. in Education. A.M. A.B., M.A. CECIL H. ALLEN Professor Emeritus of Psychology B.S., A.M., Ph.D. BERNICE B. BEGGS Assistant Professor Emeritus of English B.S. in Education, A.M. JOHN L. BIGGERSTAFF Professor Emeritus of Music B.M. LEWIS C. CLEVENGER Professor Emeritus of Botany B.S. in Education, A.M., Ph.D. VERA E. FAWCETT Associate Professor Emeritus of English B.S. in Education, A.M., Ph.D. GEORGE HAROLD JAMISON Professor Emeritus of Mathematics B.S., A.M. LLORA B. MaGEE Professor Emeritus of Home Economics Ph.B., A.M., Ph.D. VIOLA A. MAGEE Assistant Professor Emeritus of Latin B.S. in Education, A.M. SALLIE PATTINSON Assistant Professor Emeritus of Rural Education B.S,, A.M. FELIX ROTHSCHILD Professor Emeritus of Secondary Education A.B., A.M. PAUL 0. SELBY Dean Emeritus of Instruction Professor Emeritus of Business Education B.S. in Education, A.M., Ph.D. LUCY SIMMONS Professor Emeritus of Modern Languages A.B., B.S. in Education, A.M, NAN E. WADE Professor Emeritus of Modern Languages A.B., B.S. in Education, A.M., Ph.D. WILLIE WHITSON Assistant Professor Emeritus of Primary Education B.S. in Education, A.M. Emeriti . 1' "?-'F'-if-'5?egs': Aff -1 .Q 52113, 'WE Xml 1' me . I -. eggs ,ms Fi V:-Wf1ifs,, .1-,. L. , 1 v1 1r og. U - 4 11 11 1 , , K' e 11,"1111, 1.1 'W agvf,w"11 " 1 11i59tw-312: . E I , whim! 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Time and effort taken by this core of well-qualified faculty members in their constant supervision of the curriculum, the instructional methods, the syllabi, and the reference books and supplies is unequaled. OTHO L. BARNETT Assistant Professor of Drafting Division of Practical Arts B.S. in Education, M.Ed. ....r... JOSEPH P. DOLAN Professor of Physical Education Division of Physical Education B.S., M.S., Ed.D. CHARLES KAUZLARICH Professor of Business Education Division of Business Education B.S. in Education, A.M., Ph.D. 212 CALVIN-V. HUENEMANN r Professor of Literature Division of Language and Literature A.B., A.M., Ph.D. GILBERT C. KOHLENBERG Professor of English History Division of Social Science A.B., A.M., Ph.D. IVAN E. MILLER Professor of Education Division of Education B.Mus., A.M., Ed.D. DEAN A. ROSEBERY Professor of General Science Division of Science and Mathematics B.S. in Education, Ph.D. DOROTHY PEARSON Associate Professor of Foods and and Nutrition Division of Home Economics B.S. in Education, A.M. KARL E. WEBB Professor of Theory and Instrumental Music Division of Fine Arts B.S. in Education, A.M. 213 214 Instructional Staff MELINDA TEMPLE HAYER ADHOOT Instructor in Home Economics B.S.. M.S. NORVELL C. ALLEN Assistant Professor of Agriculture B.S. in Agriculture, A.M. HUMBERTO ALVAREZ Assistant Professor of Spanish B.S., M.S., Ed.D. HELEN A. BABBITT Instructor in Art B.S. in Education, A.M. RONALD E. BAGLEY Instructor in Crafts B.S. in Education JANE BARNETT Instructor in Physical Education B.S., A.M. MAX E. BELL Associate Professor of Botany B.S., M.S., Ph.D. JOHN D. BLACK Professor of Zoology A.B., A.M., Ph.D. ROBERT J. BRADLEY Assistant Professor of Business Education B.S,,'in Education, A.M. WALTER A. BROWNE Professor of Geography A.M., A.M., Ph.D. LANSING E. BULGIN Associate Professor of Music Education A.M., M.M., Ph.D. LYLE E. CARTER Assistant Professor of Arts and Crafts B.S. in Education, A.M. NANCY E. CASNER Instructor of Freshman English A.B., B.S. in Education, M.A. KATHLEEN CHERBONNIER Assistant Professor of Special Education B.S. in Education, A.M. DUANE R. COLE Assistant Professor in Metals B.S. in Education, M.S. I : E. sf mfg J JE: g ' .w - , A - i L, ig V L.. '- Q i ii' L , 1-if A ,- S ' T - .1 ..5s2Q:Is- ,V Q 1 .-: , ...- -Eiv- l ' ,gs fig . ' " sz Qulli.-li" F3 I ' 1:-:Qu f . if 1 ,iggezsiig ff' It my M ., J. mg Rv Y " if .' 1' .J Q . , ,C A9345 2-2 'Wifi if-, , wg-'!'Z3"'1Mvf1f" A-5: -95,561-Y -.E-.. V i 1' J'frE?3s:s:sg WLnv Nia fxf' JV ECE' 22. 'vzf " 4 J M ' c M2 , 'IU'- F! "No matter what you say, I still think you put something in that punch." . -I I Z h A his I, Hi HH X 1 2 . 5 1 Y H" "1 Q ' to aw , W aw- , H I h ref A A: ' E- .',,,aVn . ii iw ii ,, x X 313' ' 'A'-a t 'Q z x,: x ,Q A l X J g s X L fi' 1 '-1. v' "L sa . ' W ii ' ' ,E-':+"'. - J 1 I " ' - 0 9,l- f ?L'f'3'2"4f , Q ' ' L4 f E .f L L , HELEN ROSEMARY COLE Associate Professor of French B.A., M.A., Ph.D. SHEROD J. COLLINS Assistant Professor of Speech B.S. in Education, A.M. JAMES D. COREY Professor of Guidance B.S., M.S., Ed.D. EUGENE J. CROARKIN Instructor of Business Education B.S. in Education, A.M. EARL C. CUNNINGHAM Professor of Philosophy A.B., B.D., M.Ed., Ed.D. IRENE DAILEY Instructor in Piano and Theory B.S. in Education, M.Mus. STEVEN H. DALE Instructor in Sociology A.B., M,Ed. OLLIN J. DRENNAN Professor of Physics A.B., B.S., MLS., Ph.D. 215 216 Ins MARY MARGARET ESTES Associate Professor of Physical Education B.S. in Education, A.M., Ph.D. ELIZABETH EVANS Instructor in Kindergarten B.S. in Education, A.M. MAURICE FINKEL Professor of Science Education B.S., M.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. WILLIAM FITZSIMMONS Assistant Professor of Strings A.B., M.Mus. RICHARD FLASPOHLER Instructor in History B.S. in Education, A.M. RONALD FLAsPoHl.ER Instructor in the Field of Science A.B. ,Q ELIZABETH FRAZIER Professor of Educational Psychology B.S. in Education, M.S. in Educatio Ph.D. MAX FREELAND Professor of Chemistry B.S. in Education, M.S., Ph.D. ADRIAN FULLERTON Principal, Ophelia Parrish Junior High School A.B., M.A. HUGH GARDNER B.S. in Education, A.M., Specialist Degree Assistant Professor of Photography KENNETH L. GARDNER lnstr'ucI'or in Physical Education: Track Coach B.S. in Education, A.M. VERA GARES Instructor in Business Education B.S. in Education. A.M JOHN C. GOETZE Instructor in Instrumental Music B.S. in Education, A.M. MASSYE E. GOINS Professor of Elementary Guildance B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. GERALDINE GOSCH Instructor in Clothing and Textiles A.B., M.S. tructlonal Staff ns Instructional Staff JOHN T. GREENBANK Associate Professor of Biology B.S. in Chemical Engineering, M.S., Ph.D. LOREN V. GRISSOM Associate Professor of English Education B.S. in Education, M.Ed., Ed.D. CHARLES E. GROSS Professor of Organic Chemistry B.A.. M.S., Ph.D. HANS H. HAGEMANN Associate Professor of German A.B., A.M., Ph.D. JOHN E. HARWELL Assistant Professor of General Science B.S., M.S., Ed.D. WILLIAM HATCHER Professor of Political Science A.B., M.A,, Ph.D. ELOISE HILL Instructor in English B.S. in Education, A.M. STEPHEN G. HOBSON Professor of Vocal Music A.B., M.Mus., Ph.D. RALPH HOUSE Professor of Remedial Reading: Director of Clinical Services B.S. in Education, A.M., Ed.D. JOHN RICHARD HOWARD Assistant Professor of Geography A.B., M.A. LAURA RUTH HULSE Instructor in Business Education B.S. in Education, A.M. LEON CHARLES KAREL Professor of Theory B.Mus., A.M., Ph.D. W. BOYD KING Instructor of Physical Education: Basketball Coach B.S. in Education, A.M. FREDERIC A. KIRCHBERGER Professor of Piano Diploma- Juilliard School of Music, A.M., Mus.D. . PAULINE D. KNOBBS Professor of Social Science Education B.S. in Education, A.M., Ph.D. 217 218 Those extra ten pounds make winning the all-school volleyball championship a rougher task each year. DAVID D. MARCH Professor of American History B.S., A.M., Ph.D. MARTHA McCLASKEY Instructor in English A.B., B.S. in Education, A.M. KENNETH MCGUIRE Instructor in Speech Correction B.S. in Education, M.A. GRACE McREYNOLDS Instructor in Elementary Education B.S. in Education, A.M. HAROLD MICKELSON Professor of Business Education B.S. in Education, A.M., Ed.D. WILLIAM T. MINOR Assistant Professor of Woodworking B.S. in Education, M.S. RALPH MONAY Professor of Business Education A.B., A.M., Ph.D. H. CHANDLER MONROE Assistant Professor of Public Speaking B.A., M.Ed., M.A. ROLAND F. NAGEL Professor of Industrial Education B.S. in Education, M.Ed., Ed.D. I f I H If ""' oo " :gs , fe-X P I t 1 so .11 'tn it i N 1 f sm , as -Q . mfg-:-., ' -was-as . it . ax. ou -M e - 'turn rg H ' f : 11 :sg -. it x I lgif' ra . - V Q ' ' i f fs f if - ww I , 1 ,FH 3 ' - i 1 E i 7i ' ' if! iii Q' I Jimi X A ' ea ' nsseazw r ai?-Wei, V 'JH f 34 I - V 'S -1 ' H l 4 'fm' - 5 f V ' "X" r ' H' li" , vi ill V .'.'4 ' . ' ' ., -s 1 .N l A r 4 Y - -- ' . ' fu, 'W' 'i 1 W1 .- , 1. 1 M as ,Z --HS-'9 ' ' 1 . Hi E ,WE ,-wm,,1!Eg V,,t ,I 1 E , -ac. Mk I I -.K Y i' -1 V , "" - 4,5 1 f ar .. w f ' ., vvswwwiiuwig .A :Q 'A Q X A f a . not Q 4 .. X X . .1 mf . u' L X :tw ii Ui " . - Instruotlonal Staff JOHN R. NOLD Instructor in Freshman English B.A., M.A. DUANE NORMAN Instructor in Mathematics B.S. in Education, M.S. D. D. NOTHDURFT Associate Professor of Industrial A B.S. in Education, M.Ed., Ed.D. WILLIAM NOVINGER Instructor in Mathematics B.S, in Education, M.A. MELVIN L. OLSON Instructor in Painting B.A., M.A. NO-YONG PARK Research Lecturer on World Peace and Far Eastern Affairs A.B., A.M., Ph.D. NITA PATTERSON Instructor in Fine Arts B.S., A.M. WILMA PATTERSON Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology A.B., M.A. THOMAS PARKER PERRY Instructor in English B.S. in Education, A.M. RALPH PINK Assistant Professor of Physical Education B.S. in Education, M.A. J. R. PURDY Professor of Mathematics B.S., A.M., Ph.D. ALBERTO RABAGO Assistant Professor of Latin-Spanish B.A., M.A., A.M., Ph.D. CHARLOTTE REVELLE Instructor in Home Economics B.S. in Education, M.S. WILLIAM W. RICHERSON Instructor in Physical Education: Assistant Football Coach B.S. in Education, M.A. ROBERT ROBINSON Assistant Professor of History A.B., M.A. rts 219 220, Instructional Staff WALTER HARRINGTON RYLE IV Assistant Professor of Western Hemisphere History B.S. in Education, A.B., A.M. DONALD D. SCRIVEN Assistant Professor of Economics B.S. in Education, M.A. JAMES G. SEVERNS Assistant Professor of Dramatics B.S., M.A. RALPH SHAIN Instructor in Industrial Arts B.S. in Education, A.M. BING KUN SHAO Assistant Professor of Economics A.B., M.S., Ph.D. DOROTHY SIMRALL Associate Professor of General Psychology B.A., M.A., Ph.D. AGNES si.eMoNs . Assistant Professor of Journalism and English. B.S. in Education, A.M. EUGENE SMITH Instructor in Physics B.S. in Education, M.S. MARTHA SPATH Instructor in Physical Education B.S. in Education, A.M. ALFRED H. SRNKA Instructor in Freshman Speech B.S. in Education, A.M. RICHARD ST. CLAIR Associate Professor of Education B.S. in Education, A.M. PAUL STRUB Professor of Band Music B.S. in Education, A.M., Ed.D. HALBERT B. TATE Professor of School Administration B.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. LINN TERRY Professor of Elementary Education A.A., A.B., M.Ed., Ed.D. RUTH TOWNE Associate Professor of American History B.S. in Education, A.M., Ph.D. ' z i ...i 1' f it M1 Ji ' ll ' L I La' - -1 , 4 .: i If i REE q!+ ,4 iw' so ng, 1 ,I J I yi it W tg, i Jw Jwmxi of 1 1' w , ,4 3 , 'l lam., , N- 1 ,, 1. i,,,,,s,,.,i,t ,.. ,,.,:.,, NU, 1 Maas I, ,4 T--., .,,. -- 1 me - 2 iai:-if if is r, 3 .fix , . ,. , ,, , mn .il i. .,,,,i15 ' ' -I-fc :2:i',l'g,.',"'. . . . ,w .ag -fm 4 - .::1.-ff,"-ffgia ' . QQ ..,,.... .iii I fs- E I 4- 1 5. ' 19-' 5. ' rgggvj , 9, ,A gn J Q' - XL Young piano aspirant displays his talents under the watchful eye of Dr Klreh berger. CLAUDINE TRIPLETT Instructor in Elementary Music B.S. in Education, M.Ed. MAURICE E. WADE Instructor in Physical Education: Football Coach A.B., A.M. FRANCES WALSH Assistant Professor of Children's Literature . B.S. in Education, A.M. D. DOUGLAS WATERS Associate Professor of English Literature B.A., M.A., Ph.D. RICHARD K. WEERTS Assistant Professor of Woodwinds B.S., A.M., Ed.D. PHRADIE WELLS Assistant Professor of Vocal Music B.S. in Education LEONA WHITTOM Assistant Professor of English A.B., B.S. in Education, A.M. SARAH GRIM WIMP Assistant Professor of Health B.S.'in Education, R.N., A.M. DALE WOODS Professor of Mathematics B.S., M.S., Ed.D. ELIZABETH WORRELL Associate Professor of Speech B.S., M.S., Ph.D. ru H H HH -i V ii H, it H gjmgbmu H H mmm-u fy if i. W 'yigggv H' w.",' Q , vez: , i22i,iiffi..ggll ,,"'ll,j1,l11ffiE?f,l'H1131,gg.vi..igg-m5ggIQ."r.H X X Y 'JH " "H ii"ii'f5"1i1,ii JW H ii Mu E' me '55, EE mf..-ease , vi' ww H NM, M ,um mi wwwwwuwww .. ,,...a ,, H Maw: H 'Y' AQ H -W. new :"' is ' if ,ce N Dr. Miller gives the students an interesting view toward the philosophy of Horace Mann or John Dewey. Temporary Instructional taff 222 My' 'S BESSIE BROWNING Cafaloguer B.S. in Education, A.M.CL.S.D FLOREINE KIBLER Reference Librarian B.S. in Education, A.M.fL.S.D E LIZAB ETH SCHU ETZ Librarian B.S., B.S.CL.S.D SAMIRA JADON Temporary Teacher of History B.S. in Education, A.M. MARY JANE KOHLENBERG Temporary Teacher of Mathematics A.B., A.M. Library Staff Exif , y, i I ..-- i -, ' T125 ' -, , ie -V.i- 'ie Ein: -io, ' !'wwIw.i ' f f .2 W' :jig ' ' ii f ie , fy' A 4 ., A' Q2-,511 GEORGIA M. CODA Secretary, Office of the Dean MARGENE COTTON Secretary, Division of Extension Service JACQUELINE J. DOSS Secretary, Dean of Women ANNA F. EAGEN Bookkeeper, Division of Business Service MARGARET EASLEY Secretary, Alumni Office JANET EDWARDS Bookkeeper, Division of Business Service MAXINE M. 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Though to Harvard, Yale or Princeton Should we onward still pursue, As adopted "Sons of Eli" To the violets prove true, Shall we ever cease to love thee, To tremble with delight As we mark the gallant flutter Of the Purple and the White! -Basil Brewer, Q12 5: L-Y iz ,, Jig' raw, nw if fill -E fl A - ...U Z , Y ' :1:?:,i,,, A-, ,Y gr- ' 1 54444K 4 . , -1 f , ' - ,. '0 FEATURES DIVISION ......... 22 SPORTS DIVISION ......,...... 38 GREEK ORGANIZATIONS ..... 58 Alpha Sigma Alpha, 60 Delta Zeta, 62 Sigma Kappa, 64 Sigma Sigma Sigma, 66 Panhellenic Council, 68 Interfraternity Council, 69 Alpha Kappa Lambda, 70 Phi Sigma Epsilon, 72 Sigma Tau Gamma, 74 ORGANIZATIONS DIVISION ---76 Student Council, 78 Student Social Committee, 79 Cardinal Key, 80 Blue Key, 81 Alpha Phi Sigma, 82 Alpha Phi Omega, 83 Young Democrats, 84 Young Republicans, 84 Kappa Delta Pi, 85 Oral Interpreters, 86 Phi Kappa Delta, 86 College Players, 87 Alpha Phi Gamma, 88 Index Staff, 89 P.E.M., 90 W.A.A., 91 S.N.E.A., 92, 93 Industrial Arts Club, 94 Art Club, 95 Pre-Law Club, 96 A.C.E., 97 Agriculture Club, 98 Colhecon Club, 99 Aeolian Club, 100 Historical Society, 101 Sigma Zeta, 102 Pre-Os Club, 103 Pre-Nursing Club, 103 K-Club, 104 K-Dettes, 105 Band, 106 Orchestra, 108 Baptist Student Union, 110 Wesley Foundation, 112 Newman Club, 113 United Presbyterian Youth, 114 U.C.C.F., 114 Gamma Delta, 115 Square and Compass, 115 Echo Staff, 116 CLASSES DIVISION 1... Graduates, 120 Seniors, 122 Juniors, 150 Sophomores, 176 Freshmen, 183 FACULTY DIVISION .......... 206 STUDENTS Abaya, Prisma Nola, 120, 100 Ables, Sandy, 151, 182, 113, 63, 80, 82 Abouhamad, Emilio, 123 Acton, Libbie, 183 Adam, Donna, 183, 113 Adams, Carol, 183, 115, 87 Adams, Howard, 183, 96 Adams, Karen, 167, 112 Adams, Sharon, 151, 102, 63, 91, 90 Adamson, Russell, 183 Aden, Gerald, 123 Aderton, Jacqueline, 183, 82 Adkins, Betty, 123 Aeschliman, Carol, 123, 122, 113, 99, 66, 67, 80 Aeschliman, Twila, 183, 106 Aini, Tony, 167 Akagi, Joyce, 120, 101 Akerson, Bill, 183 Aldridge, Lena, 183 Alexander, Kay, 183, 67 Alexander, James, 123 Bain, Virgil, 124, 92 Baker, Brian, 183 Baker, Glenna, 124 Baker, Herbert, 151 Baker, Joe, 183 Baker, Judy, 151, 67, 91, 92, 90, 78, 10 Baker, Lyle, 183, 106 Baker, Paul, 167 Baker, Roger, 183 Baker, Terry, 167 Baker, Wilmetta, 183, 110, 82 Balderson, Doug, 151 Baldwin, Anne, 167, 112 Baldwin, Patricia, 151 Alfrey, Lana, 183 Algermissen, Henry, 183 Allen, Charles, 183 Allen, Glenda, 151 Allen, Richard, 183 Allen, Robert, 167 Allen, Terry, 167 Allen Anon: Thomas, 151 William, 120 Allison, Linda, 123 Almond, John, 167 Altrogge, Carl, 123 Alwin, Susan, 167, 115, 63 Ambatchew, Getahoun, 151 Ambrosia, Stanley, 123 Amedei, Lois, 183 Amer, Sydney, 167 Amidei, Joe, 151 Anderson, Alma, 167, 166, 10 Anderson, Andrea, 183, 29 Anderson Barb, 123, 63 Anderson James, 167 Anderson, Jane, 123 Anderson, Joyce, 167 Anderson, Mary Kay, 123, 63, 92 Anderson, Richard, 123 Anderson Virginia 183 Andrews, Robert, 151 Andrews, Sally, 123, 63 Anesi, Mary Jo, 167 Angelo, Diana, 183 Angerer, Peggy, 123, 61 Archibald, Mike, 151 Archer, Donna, 151, 105, 61 Arizumi, June, 151 Ball, Dan,,183 Ball, John, 104 Ballantyne, Dorothy, 124, 106, 108 Ballard, Sharon, 151, 86 Banister, James, 183 Banks, David, 151 Banner, Kay, 124, 103, 80 5, 61, 10 Barber , Marilyn, 167, 29 Barger, Mike, 183 Barker , Mary Lou, 120 Borklago, Bob, 151, 182, 69, 73, 92 Barkley, Brian, 183 Barkley, Mary Ellen, 151, 63 Barley, Barley, George, 124, 102, 92 Patricia, 183 Barnes, Carroll, 167 Barnes, Don, 183 Barnes, Jack, 124, 74 Barnes, Rex, 167 Barnett, Cody, 183 -----118 Armbruster, Jerry, 123 Armstrong, John, 183 Armstrong, Larry, 183 Arnold, Barbara, 167 Artz, Patricia, 183 Aston, Linda, 183 Au, Beatrice, 123 Aucamp, Richard, 183 Audsley, Sam, 151 Ault, John, 124, 110, 107, 108, 100, 84 Auld, Bob, 123, 109, 85 Auld, Janice, 123, 100 Ausmus, Verna, 124 Averbuch, Ben, 124, 73, 93 B Babcock, Bob, 167 Bachmann, Dua e, 167, 71, 112 Bagley, Dale, 123, 32 Bailey, Bill, 124 Bailey, Karen, 151 Bailey, Larry, 167 Barnett, Larry, 167, 100 Barnett, Mary, 167, 106, 100, 61 Barns, Vernon, 183 Barrett, Herbert, 183, 110 Barrier, Craig, 151 Barrows, Kay, 183 Barrows, Martha, 124 Bartee, Don, 183 Bartee, Gary, 183 Bartlett, Linda, 167, 109 Barulich, Anthony, 120, 52, 55 Baskett, Junior, 124 Baskett, Leo, 183 Basler, Sharon, 167, 93 Bastian, Thomas, 98 Batchelder, Herbert, 124 Baugher, Fred, 183 Baumbach, Eddie, 167 Baxter, James, 124, 93 Beaman, Richard, 151, 74 Bean, Beth, 183 Bear, David, 183, 182, 96 Beard, Sandra, 124 Beasley, Larry, 167 Beasley, Ray, 124 Beasley, Thomas, 167 Beaver, Larry, 151, 74 Beck, Lucille, 124 Becker, Garry, 151 Becker, John, 183 Beckert, John, 124, 103, 102 Beckett, Shelia, 183, 67 Beckman, David, 183, 74 Beckman, Shirley, 183 Beelendorf, Dick, 151, 114 Beeler, Tony, 167 231 Beilstein, Robert, 125, 71 Beltramo, Pete, 183 Belzer, Dixie, 183 Bengston, Harry, 183 Bennett, Kent, 167, 73 Benson, Bruce, 183 Berkshire, Anita, 183, 108 Bernard, Raymond, 125 Berndt, Arfleata, 151 Berndt, Carolyn, 167, 103 Berrey, Ron, 183, 114 Berry, Carol, 184 Berry, Joyce, 184 Berry, LeRoy, 151, 52 Berry, Steve, 151, 114, 74, 83 Berry, William, 167, 112 Berry, William, 167, 109, 112, 107, 83 Bettis, Diane, 184 Bettis, Larry, 184, 74 Bichon, Bob, 151, 103, 102 Biggar, Barbara, 184 Bigger, Maurice, 184, 61 Biggs, Gary, 98 Biggs, Margaret, 103 Bigsby, Bonnie, 184, 182, 67, 78 Bigsby, Joe, 167, 74 Biles, Gary, 184 Bingman, Thomas, 184 Birk, Delores, 167 Birk, Rodney, 125 Birkness, Joyce, 125, 97 Bish, Vern, 151 Bishop, Dale, 151 Bishop, Helen, 167 Bishop, Sharron, 184 Bissell, Jerry, 125 Bittiker, Dixie, 151, 182, 109, 100, 67, 82 Black, Marilyn, 184, 109, 106, 100 Blackburn, Garry, 167 Blackman, Karen, 151, 113, 67, 92, 86 Blacksmith, Gordon, 184 Blakemore, Dennis, 184 Blair, Margaret, 167 Bland, Leland, 125, 108, 100, Blankenship, Alice, 184 Blasguez, Maria, 100 Bloom, Barry, 167, 74 Bloom, Mary, 151, 67 Boatman, Jerry, 125 Bohon, Norton, 151 Boleach, Larry, 125 Boles, Ron, 167 Boling, Loretta, 151 Boling, Rebecca, 168, 106 Bollman, Larry, 125, 74, 83 Bolt, Jim, 151 Bonel, John, 184 Bonn, John, 151, 74 Bonnell, Leland, 184 Books, Jean, 125, 97 Boos, Beverly, 125, 67, 78 Boos, Glenn, 125, 74 Bopp, Virgil, 126 Bormann, Kathleen, 168 Borron, Charlotte, 151 Boudinier, Farrell, 152 Bowden, Patrick, 126 Bowdish, Glenn, 120, 84 Bowles, Al, 152, 74 Bowlin, Earney, 152 Bowman, Sherry, 168, 86 Bowyer, Richard, 184 Boyd, sam, 152, 73, 93 Boyer, Kenny, 168 Boyle, Patricia, 151 Boyles, Herbert, 120 Bradfield, Wayne, 184 Bradley, Carole, 184, 113 86 Bradley, Helen, 126 Bradley, Mike, 184 Bradshaw, Donald, 184 Bradshaw, Judy, 184, 63 Bradshaw, Larry, 152, 74 Bradshaw, Lynda, 152 Brammer, Larry, 184 Brandon, Danny, 184 Brandt, Francie, 168, 100 Brandt, Rosann, 152 Branscom, Jack, 168, 89 Brantner, Donna, 152, 114, 107, 87 Brassfield, Wayne, 126 Braswell, Stacey, 184 Brazil, Meriyln, 126 Brees, Dave, 126, 92 Breidenstein, Helen, 168, 112, 96, 82 Brendel, Bill, 168, 73 Brenizer, Gene, 152, 74 Brcnizcr, Larry, 152, 93 Brenner, James, 168 Brewer, Jan, 168, 110, 92 Bricker, Ted, 168, 74, 93 Bridges, Gary, 184 Bricdwell, Janet, 184 Briggs, Karen, 152, 102, 92, 78 Briggs, Penny, 184, 99 Briggs, Roger, 168 Brightwell, Robert, 152, 71 Bringer, Bruce, 184 Briscoe, Carole, 168 Briscoe, Garry, 126 Briscoe, Kenneth, 184 Britton, Beulah, 152 Brock, Mickey, 152 Brookhart, Jerry, 168 Brook, Carl, 168, 73 Brooks, Gary, 184 Brooks, Gerald, 125, 74 Brooks, Kenneth, 168 Broseghini, Franklin, 184 Brown, Carolyn, 184 232 Future chemistry teachers must start and finish in the "lab," Brown, Ed, 168, 83 Brown, Fred, 184, 74 Brown, Jay, 152, 74, 83 Brown Jerry, 152 Brown, Judy, 184 Brown, Keith, 184' Brown, Lelia, 152 Brown, Tom, 184 Brown, Virginia, 184 Browning, Gale, 168 Browning, James, 184 Brownlee, Dick, 152, 104, 52 Brownlee, Richard, 126, 102 Broyles, Glenn 184, 110 Brumback, Susie, 184 Bruner, Kay, 168 Brunnenmeyer, Robert, 168, 71 Bruns, Mary, 152 Bruse, Donna, 168, 112, 91, 92, 82 Bryan, Bryan, Gary, 184 Larry, 184, 71 Bryant, William, 152 Buchanan, Marian, 152, 112, 99 Buchanan, Robert, 184 Buck, Jerald, 184 Buckallew, Jean, 126 Buckman, Bernie, 126, 113, 74 Buckman, Tom, 168, 74, 84 Buffington, Nile, 184, 73 Buhr, Dennis, 152, 93, 83 Bulick, Toni, 152 Bull, Dianne, 184, 113 Bullock, Ann, 126 Bullock, Sherriann, 184, 79 Bunting, Joyce, 184 Burch, Rebecca, 168 Buress, Benjalou, 184 Burghoffer, Sharon, 152 Burkhalter, Donald, 168 Burkhart, Frank, 184, 93 Burleson, Dale, 184, 82 Burnham, Donald, 127 Burns, David, 184, 28 Burns, Jewell, 184 Burns, Karen, 152 Burns, Richard, 168 Burns, Robert, 169 Burris, Wayne, 152, 112, 103 Burson, Larry, 152 Burson, Sandra, 169 Burt, Janet, 185, 67 Burt, Joan, 152, 67, 93, 86 Burtch, Tom, 169 Burton, John, 185 Buschling, William, 169, 82 Bussard, Mary Ann, 127, 99 Bussman, William, 185 Butler, Harry, 152, 73, 93 Butler, Stanley, 185 Buttz, Donna, 185, 99 Byars, Lynn, 127, 56 Byers, Charles, 169 Byers, Janice, 152, 112 Byers, Louis, 127, 112, 107, 108, 74, 84, 83 Byg, Robert, 185 Byrum, Harry, 185 C Cady, Larry, 185 Cahall, Margaret, 169 Cahall, Thomas, 185 Caldwell, Donna, 169, 110, 97 Callaham, Carolyn, 185 Calvert, Shirley, 169 Campbell, Jan Wray, 127 Campbell, John, 185 Campbell, Roger, 169 Campora, Alan, 185 Canfield, Phyllis, 127, 61 Cannon, Judith, 152, 102 Carey, Karen, 185 Carlson, Jim, 185 Carney, Patricia, 185, 113, 65, 91 Carothers, Linda, 152, 114, 99 Carpenter, Ann, 185 Carpenter, Earl, 185 Carroll, Karen, 127, 110 Carruthers, Dick, 185, 74 Carskadon, Paula, 185 Carson, Gene, 152 Carstens, Joyce, 185 Carter, Bill, 185 Carter, Linda, 152, 67 Carter, Rose Mary, 152 Case, Joan, 169, 112, 97, 91, 92 Cash, Richard, 185 Cashman, Linda, 185 Catanese, Peter, 185 Cate, David, 169, 109, 106 Cathell, Cheryl, 185 Cavanah, Shane, 169, 166, 73, 88 Cayse, Jacqueline, 169 Cerva, James, 185 Chadwell, Gary, 185 Chadwick, Jack, 104 Chamberlin, Suzanne, 169, 102, 82 Chandler, Nancy, 169 Chang, Ki Chyung, 169 Chapman, Mike, 185, 112, 74 Chapman, Ron, 185 Charles, Janie, 185, 86, 87 Chase, Walter, 127 Chastain, Irma, 186 Chehval, Michael, 152, 104, 73, 56 Chesher, Gary, 169 Chester, Charles, 169, 103 Childers, Allen, 186 Childers, Georgia, 169 Childress, Jean, 169 Chisham, Frances, 186 Choate, Linda, 186 Christensen, Karen, 169, 92 Christman, Sandi, 186, 67 Christoff, Carl, 186 Christoffersen, Clark, 127 Christopher, Judith, 127 Christopher, Wayne, 169 Christy, Dixie, 186, 103, 100 Christy, Pat, 152, 166, 109, 67, 82 Chromoga, Stephany, 152, 105 Chuch, Allen, 127, 104, 81, 32 Church, Jean, 169 Church, J eunettc, 169 Ciska, Linda, 152 Ciska, Stephan, 127 Clark, Carl, 169, 71 Clark, David, 152 Clark, Maridcc, 186 Clarke, Dale, 153 Clarke, Margaret, 186 Clarkson, Norman, 186 Clawson, Velma, 153, 110, 97, 92 Claybrook, Billy, 169 Claytor, Bill, 153 Claywell, Patrick, 104, 32 Clem, Eddie, 186, 71 Clifton, Marjorie, 186 Conkin, Gary, 186 Conklin, James, 169, 92 Conklin, Ronald, 186 Conley, Betty, 186, 112, 103 Conley, Kay, 169, 112,97 Conley, Richard, 169 Conley, Robert, 186 Connon, Robert, 153 Conover, Millard, 127, 102, 93, 85, 79, 81, 32 Cook, Gordon, 186 Cook, Jerry, 186, 88 Cook Paul, 169 Cook Paul, 120 Cook, Robert, 84 Cook, Robert J., 115, 92, 81,78 Cook Royce, 127 Cook Tanzy,153 Cooper, Donald, 153 Cooper, George, 169 Cooper, Linda, 186 Cline, Dave, 186 Cline, Terry, 186 Cloyed, Lee, 127, 74 Cobb, Connie, 186 Cochran, Glen, 153 Cochran, Veva, 186 Cockerill, Mike, 28 Cokerham, Gary, 186 Colbertson, Mary, 153 Coldicott, Kenneth, 186 Cole, James, 169 Colley, Connie, 186 Collier, Dale, 153, 104, 93, 52 Collins, Judy, 169 Collins, Katherine, 186 Collins, Larry, 169 Collins Leslie, 127 Collins Richard, 92 Collins Verna, 127 Co1ton,, Ginny, 186, 101, 61, 84 Condra, Harold, 169 Cone, Kay, 186, 63 Cooper, Paul, 128, 93 Coorts, Dale, 120 Coorts, Larry, 128, 52 Copeland, Ruth, 187 Cormany, Linda, 169 Corson, Francis, 169 Cortez, Yolanda, 169 Cothran, John, 187 Coto, Vilma, 169, 100 Coulson, Adah, 128 Coulson, George, 128 Courtney, John, 153 Courtney, Steve, 187 Covington, Phil, 187 Cox, Donald, 169 Cox, Jo Anne, 170, 115, 86 Cox, Mary, 153, 92 Coyle, Carol, 187 Cozzoni, Al, 170, 84 Cozzoni, Elaine, 187, 113 Craig, Carol, 128, 91, 93, 90 Crall, Tom, 153 Crawford, Carol, 187 Crawford, Lanny, 153, 98 Creason, Judy, 153 Creason, Wayne, 128, 115, 96 Crenshaw, Jim, 153, 110, 71 Cribb, Gary, 187 Crim, Larry, 128, 71 Critchlow, Carolec, 187 Crocker, Brandt, 128, 107, 101, 74 92, 84, 88, 83 Crosby, Naida, 187 Crose, Linda, 153, 65 Crouch, Tom, 187 Crow, Tom, 170 Crowl, Tom, 170 Crump, Gail, 170, 87, 83 Crump, Gary, 170, 87 Crumpacker, Karen, 153, 105, 99, 102, 63 Culbertson, Mary, 110, 107, 100 Cunningham, Betty Jo, 153, 65 Cunningham, Carla, 128, 64, 65, 91 92, 80, 68, 28, 32 Cunningham, Garmin, 187 Cunningham, Elaine, 170, 112, 102 61 Cupp, Jerry, 170, 87, 83 Curley, Jerry, 128 1 233 234 Curley, Shirley, 153, 91 Curtis, Judy, 170, 67, 29 Curtis, Thomas, 187 D Dabney, Patricia, 170 Daily, Mary, 170, 113 Daily, William, 170, 113 Dalel, Pushpa, 121, 100 Daly, Denna, 128, 97, 92 Daly, Richard, 128, 92 Dameron, Elaine, 128 Damron, Glenda, 128, 102, 92 Daniels, Jerry, 187 Daniels, Linda, 187, 61 Danner, Nellis, 187 Darici, Osman, 128, 100 Darr, Dennis, 187 Dauma, Kenneth, 187 Doyle, Wendell, 129, 182, 28, 110, 107, 100, 92 Drake, Garold, 170, 71 Draper, Robert, 187, 110 Dreessen, Roger, 129 Drescher, Eileen, 187 Drew, Etta Sue, 170, 105, 67, 25 Droddy, Mary Ann, 170, 91, 90 Dromey, John, 170, 113, 92 Drum, Russell, 187 Drummond, Bonnie, 129 Drury, Kenneth, 154, 106, 100 Duden, Tom, 121, 120 Duenkel, Robert, 187 Duesterhaus, Tom, 170 Duffey, Patsy, 129, 60, 61, 91, 93, 85 Epperson, Phillip, 130, 100, 92, 93 82 Epperson, Richard, 188 Epperson, Sharon, 154, 82 Erhardt, David, 154 Erhardt, Mary Ann, 154 Erickson, Joyce, 154 Estrop, Daniel, 188 Evans, Carolyn, 154 Evans, Ray, 188 Ewing, Janet, 154, 109, 67 Ewing, Julia, 154, 108 Ewing, Tami, 188, 67 F Fagan, Glenna, 154 Fagan Mary Ellen 171 90, 80, 68 Dumphy, Mike, 187 Dunham, Barbara, 170, 91, 90 Duraski, Rose, 187, 63 Durham, Linda, 129, 105, 102, 60, 61 80 Durham, Meg, 187, 61 Durham Roger 187 Davidson, Janet, 128, 63, 93, 95, 85, 79 Davis, Dale, 128, 73, 92 Davis, Delores, 170 Davis Dennis, 187 Davis Diana, 128, 63, 93 Davis Dorothy, 153, 91, 90 Davis Elaine, 187, 107 Davis, Glen, 153 Davis, Joan, 129, 114, 63, 85, 87, 82 Davis, Ray, 187 Davis, Richard, 129 Davis, Robert, 170 Dawson, Bob, 187 Dawson, Linda, 153, 114, 65, 86 Day, Linda, 153 Day, Mary, 153 Dean, Carolyn, 170 Deardorff, Gerald, 187 Deeds, Lorin, 129, 93 Delameter, Ellis, 187, 71 Delaney, Judy, 187 Del Pietro, Mike, 187 Demory, Lloyd, 129 Dempsey, Patricia, 187, 105, 63 De Nicola, John, 187, 28 DeNike, Barbara, 170, 67 Dennis, John, 187 Dentler, Jim, 187 Derby, Michael, 187 Derhake, Tony, 187 Detwiler, Dianne, 153, 63, 92 Devore, Gale, 154 Dewey, Sondra Kay, 129 Dietrich, Charlene, 187 Dini, Farshid, 187, 100 Dinsmore, John, 129 Dinsmore, Keith, 187, 74, 84 Dinsmore, Larry, 129, 74 Disselhorst, Karen, 154 Dodd, Donna, 170 Dodge, George, 170 Dolan, Marian, 103 Donadio, James, 187 Dooley, Roy, 154, 112 Doran, John, 187 Doss, Terry, 154 Douglas, Donald, 187 Douglas, Gary, 170 Douglas, Ken, 154 Downard, James, 187 Downey, Keith, 154 Durlinger, David, 187 Durst, Joan, 187, 63 Dutemple, Janet, 187, 107 Dutton, James, 187 Dye, Ronald, 187 Dyer, Frederick, 154, 113, 95, 86 F Eager, John, 171 Earl, Kenneth, 187 East, Martha Jane, 187 Easterday, Larry, 154, 101, 92, 82, 81 Easterday, Lora, 188 Eastin, Wallace, 129 Ebeling, Duane, 188 Edlen, Max, 129 Edlen, Peggy, 154 Edrington, Joyce, 188 Edwards, James, 171 Edwards, John, .188 Edwards, William, 154, 109, 110 Egbert, Allan, 188 Eggert, Patty, 188 Eggesiecker, Terry, 129, 71 Eichhorn, Paul, 188 Eiffert, Rex, 129 Eitel, Dean, 154, 74 Eitel, Kitty, 129, 67 Eldridge, Kenneth, 171 Elemans, Jacqueline, 188, 113, 100 Elgart, Arty, iss Elliott, Betty, 188 Elliott, Elliott, Connie, 188 Curtis, 154 Elliott, Forest, 154 Elliott, Gary, 188 Elliott, Terry, 188 Ellis, Bill, 188 Ellis, Janet, 188 Embree, Paula, 129, 97, 92 Engel, Gaye, 130, 105 Engle, David, 154, 71 Engle, Genanne, 188, 65 Epperly, Gary, 171 Epperson, Craig, 130, 110, 102, 82 Falconer, Mildred, 171 Falconer, Stanley, 130, 102, 91, 88 Falealii, Telea, 154 Farden, Irl, 188 Farnsworth, Joe, 130 Farr, James, 154, 73 Farrell, Wayne, 154, 74 Farrington, Donald, 130 Farson, Nadine, 130 Fehr, Gerald, 171 Fenlon, Bob, 188, 95 Ferguson, Bill, 171 Ferguson, Gary, 130 Fesler, Gay, 171 Fessler, Robert, 188 Fethkener, Don, 188 Fetterer, Martha, 130, 106, 65 Fields, Betty, 188 Fields, Peggy, 155, 98 Fields, Wayne, 171 Fike, Jim, 188 Filkins, David, 171, 28, 74 Fimbel, Peter, 188 Fine, Patricia, 188 Fischer, Paul, 155 Fisher, Joel, 130, 114 Fisher, Judy, 188 Fisher, Ronnie, 188 Fishman, Steve, 188 Fitzgerald, Sondra Kay, 188 Flanders, Marvin, 171 Fleak, David, 171 Fleak, Lewis, 155, 98 Fleshman, Betty, 130 Fleshman, Patsy, 171 Fletcher, Kim, 188 Flowers, Joyce, 188, 182, 63 Flowers, Velma, 171 Foderberg, Dennis, 155 Fong, Helen, 155, 100 Forbes, Clyde, 155, 75 Ford, David, 171 Ford, Gregory, 130 Ford, Henry, 171 Ford, Sandra, 91, 90 Forquer, Carol, 188 Forquer, Karen, 171, 67 Forrest, Merry Kay, 188, 106, 108 Forsthove, Inez, 155 Fortney, David, 171, 89 Forty, Bob, 188 Foster, Larry, 188 Foulkes, Suzanne, 131, 60, 61, 91, 93 90 Foutes, Charles, 155 Fountain, Sharon, 171 Fox, Betsy, 188, 82 Frank, Clyde, 131, 102 Franklin, Charles, 155 Frazier, Larry, 131, 73 Freeman, Donald, 131, 182, 95 Freise, Barbara, 131, 105, 60, 61 Freund, Michael, 188 Frey, Kenyon, 188 Fuller, Frank, 155 Fultz, Sharon, 131, 112, 97 Funk, Pamela, 188 Furgison, James, 188 G Galbraith, Jane, 188, 113, 63 Galbraith, Joan, 188, 113, 63 Galkowski, Joe, 188, 75 Gallion, Orvada, 188, 109 Galvin, George, 131 Gantt, Frank, 188, 56 Garcia, Joyce, 188 Gardner, Larry, 155 Gardner, Monell, 171 Gardner, Norma, 131 Garkie, Wayne, 188 Garner, Harold, 188 Garnett, Carolyn, 188 Gartrell, Roger, 131 Gaug, Elmer, 171, 114 Gaus, Donna, 188 Gay, Diana, 171, 67 Geerlings, Martin, 171 Geisendorfer, Mary, 131 Gellis, Howard, 171 Gentry, Ralph, 131 George, John, 188 George, Rick, 189, 109, 110, 111, 105, 100 Germain, Jerry, 46 Giachino, Sandra, 131, 102, 67, 92 81 Gibbs, Bob, 155, 73, 93, Gibson, Elsie, 155, 105 Gibson, Ronald, 172 Gieselman, Bob, 155 Gill, Dave, 189, 28, 75 Gillis, Ronald, 189 Gillispie, Danny, 189 Gilmore, John, 189 Giovannini, Marianna, 172, 113, 25 Gladbach,Judy,189,113,107,108 100 Gladbach, Rozanne, 172, 113 Glaser, Joseph, 155, 73 Glidewell, Greg, 189 Glover, Carolyn, 189 Glowienke, Liselotte, 131, 112, 100 Goff, Charles, 172, 71 Goldberg, Margaret, 155 Goldberg, Theodore, 131 Gonnerman, Anita, 131 Good, Mickey, 189 Gooding, Nancy, 172, 61 Goode, Phillip, 131 Goodman, Bob, 189 Goodnick, Jane, 172 Goodwin, John, 189 Goodwin, Joseph, 189 Goon, Tommy, 172 Gordon, Melvin, 189 Goreham, Gary, 189 Gosling, Phillip, 109 Gosney, Alfred, 155 Gottman, Elizabeth, 189, 97 Gottman, Ronald, 189, 107 Gottschalk, Dempsey, 189, 75 Gottschalk, Fritzi, 131, 102, 92, 93, 80, 82 Goughnour, David, 172 Grace, Joe, 189 Graham, Sue, 131, 80, 78 Graham, Bill, 155, 103, 78 Gramling, Mike, 189, 71 Grannemann, Glennen, 172 Grannis, Gary, 132, 73, 93, 94 Grasel, Charlotte, 155, 105, 61 Green, Harry, 172 Green, Mary, 189 Green, Mary, 155 6 Green, Mike, 189 Greenstreet, Gerald, 189 Gregory, Ann, 172 Greive, Marvin, 155, 71 Grenzebach, Patricia, 155 Greth, Charles, 189, 73 Griep, Ronald, 155, 75, 84 G-riffin, Albert, 189 Griffith, DeVon, 189 Griffith, Mary, 172, 92 Griffith, Phillip, 172, 73 Grigsby, Jimmy, 189 Grim, Donald, 155, 75, 78 Grimshaw, Freda, 172 Grimshaw, George, 172, 1114, 10 Grissom, Barbara, 155, 91, 90 Grogan, Patricia, 189 Gross, Angela, 155, 63 Gross, Karen, 189, 114, 92, 89 Grossberg,'Barry, 189 Grotjan, Sandra, 155, 63 Gruendler, John, 189 Guild, Susanne, 155 Guinn, Judy, 172, 108 Guinn, Marva, 172, 109, 100, 67 Guinn, Michael, 155 Guzman, Paulina, 172 Gwaltney, Evelyn, 155 H Haais, Thomas, 189 Haden, Zoie, 155, 61 Hadfield, Roger, 155 Hagan, Cheryl, 189 Hagan, Donald, 132, 102 Haggy, Bobby, 132 Hagmeier, Jerry, 132 Hahn, Leland, 155, 73 Hahn, Ronald, 132 Hainds, Gloria, 189 Haines, Michael, 189 4,9 7 Haley, Bruce, 132, 102, 92, 84, 85 s9,a1,s2,s2 Haley, Bud, 155, 108 Haley, Joyce, 155 It takes more than patience to arrange people for a group picture. 235 T fat Each year more and more students from different countries come to KSTC to live and learn. Haley, Kathy, 189 Hall, Conna Jean, 189 Hall, David, 172, 71 Hall, J acqualine, 99 Hall, Janet, 172, 110 Hall, Joseph, 132, 109, 107, 82 Hall, Rex, 189 Halsey, Greg, 189 Hamilton, Gary, 189 Hamilton, Ken, 189 Hamilton, Roy, 172 Hammack, Charles, 189, 75 Hammond, Edward, 155 Hammond, Jim, 155 Hammons, Linda, 155, 110, Hampton, Glenda, 189, 86 Hanasaki, Swano, 189, 89 Hanna, Sue, 172, 166, 61, 78 Hanson, Barbara, 172 Hanson, Martha Lou, 172 Hanson, Mary, 189, 109 Harbur, Larry, 155 Harden, John, 172 Hardesty, Donna, 189 Hardesty, Murray, 155 Hardgrove, Ronald, 172 Harding, Jack, 172 236 108, 100, 102,32 Harding, Nancy, 132, 61, 93 Hargrave, Dan, 189 Harness, Judy, 172, 110, 97 Harper, Louise, 189 Harrelson, Evelyn, 189 Harrington, James, 172 Harris, Beverly, 189 Harris, Dennis, 172, 73 Harris, Lars, 56 Harris, Linda, 172 Harris, Michael, 189 Harris, Sue, 172 Harris, Ralph, 132 Harrison, Phillip, 172 Harsch, Roberta, 189 Hart, Dwight, 156, 71 Hart, Ronnie, 156 Hartley, Sharyll, 189 Hartman, Carol, 156, 106, 100 Hartson, Douglas, 156 Harvey, Bill, 156 Harvey, Carol, 172 Harvey, Deanna, 189 Harvey, Norma, 189 Harwell, Helon, 121 Hatcher, Mac, 190 Haugh, Patrick, 172 Hawkins, James, 190 Hawkins, Judy, 172, 82 Hawkins, Terry, 190, 103 Hawpe, George, 156 Hayes, Daryl, 132, 73 Hayes, Jack, 156 Hayes, Judith, 190, 63 Hayes, Teddy, 172 Hays, James, 190, 69, 75 Hays, James, 132 Hazzard, George, 190 Head, Erma, 190 Head, Rosanne, 103 Heater, Juanita, 190 Heckart, Alice, 190 Heckman, Roger, 190 Hediger, Pat, 156 Hedlund, Rebecca, 190 Hellenthal, Mike, 190, 71 Hendershot, Glenda, 190 Henderson, Jerry, 156, 182, 73 Henderson, Robert, 190 Hendesi, Sedigheh, 156, 100 Hendren, Gary, 132, 112, 104, 102 75, 92, 85, 79, 81, 82, 83, 78, 32 Hendren, Lonna, 132, 61, 91, 85, 90 79, 80, 82, 32 Hendricks, Mary, 156, 99, 92 Hennesey, Allan, 190 Henry, Donald, 132 Henry, James, 132, 122, 182, 75, 83 84, 32 Henry, James, 190 Hensley, Gayle, 190 Hensley, Roberta, 111 Heppermann, Charles, 190 Herron, Janet, 156, 105, 61 Hershey, Susan, 132 Hesskamp, Dennis, 172, 73 Hetheriton, Beverly, 132, 102, 92 Hevel, Donald, 172 Hew, Lindenette, 172, 82 Heyer, John, 156, 75 Hibler, Ina Kay, 132, 182, 102, 62 63,92,84,85,80,82,68,32 Hickman, Larry, 190 Higgins, Donna Jean, 156, 110, 63 Higgins, Donna Kay, 190 Higgins, James, 173 Hill, Geoffrey, 190 I1n1,1Jnda,190,112 Hill, Lynn, 173, 111 Hill, Leon, 156 Hill, Susan, 156, 91, 93 Hallgartner, Forrest, 156 Hilliard, Donald, 133 Hines, Steven, 190 Hintz, Karen, 156, 92 Hintz, Mary, 173, 84 I-Lird, Lucretia, 156 Hitt, Vicki, 173, 109, 67 Hodgkins, Winifred, 190 Hole, Dorothy, 155 Hoffmann, Kenneth, 173 Hoffman, Sharon, 156 Hoffman, Walter, 190 Hohenshell, Larry, 190 Hohl, Carolyn, 156 Holden, Ray, 173 Holloway, J erre, 173 Hollowell, Russell, 190 Holmes, Cecilia, 133 Holmes, Dennis, 156 Holt, Barbara, 173 Holt, Dennis, 173 Holton, Richard, 133, 102 Holzworth, Nancy, 190 Honowitz, Steve, 191 Hood, Stuart, 173 Hook, R. J., 191, 114 Hoover, Judy, 173, 112, 102, 6 92, 82 Hopkins, Lois, 156, 110, 103 Hopp, Don, 173, 109, 71 Hopson, Rolland, 173 Horace, Tom, 173, 166, 113, 75, 84, 89 Horak, Olga, 191 Horan, Bill, 191 Horn, Frankie, 191 Houchins, Jewell, 173 Howard, Connie, 191 Howarth, Lucy, 156 Howdeshell, Larry, 133 Howe, Betty, 191 Howell, Patty, 173, 67 Howell, Whitcornb, 191 Hoyt, Hadley, 191, 103 Hoyt, Tom, 157, 71 Hrysko, Dan, 191 Hubbartt, Glen, 173 Huber, Dave, 191 Huckabee, Karen, 191 Huebner, Viola, 191, 65 Huenemann, Gail, 173, 108, 67 Huff, Agatha, 133, 95 Huff, Arlene, 191 Huff, Carolyn, 173, 105, 63, 28 Huff, Leroy, 157 Huff, Linda, 191 Huff, Marilyn, 133, 105 Huff, Paul, 133 Huff, Richard, 191, 75 Huffman, Rex, 52 Hughes, Erskine, 133 Hughes, James, 157 Hughes, Larry, 157, 75 Hulen, James, 133, 95, 85, 81 Hulse, Ronald, 157, 73 Humphrey, David, 191 Humphrey, Georgia, 173 Humphrey, Janice, 191 Humphrey, Jerry, 157 Humphrey, Ronnie, 191, 110, 111 Hunt, Dennis, 191 Hunt, Donna, 191 Hunt, Martha, 191 Hunt, Ronald, 157 Hunt, Steve, 191 Inouye, Charles, 121 Inouye, Wallace, 134 Ireland, Ed, 191 J abbari, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, J Ebrahim, 173 Janice, 191 Jeanne, 191 Marie, 191 Jackson, Mary, 191, 91, 90 Jacobs, Evelyn, 173 Jacobs, Karen, 191 James, Shirley, 191 James, Vivian, 191, 103, 65 Janning, Marjorie, 191 Jeffries, Carol, 191, 61 Jeffries, Vernon, 191 Jenkins, Karen, 134, 92 Jenkins, Karen, 157 Jenkins, Kay, 157 Jenkins, Ronald, 191, 111 Jenkins Rosemary 134, 111 J ennings, Carolyn, 134 Jennings, Charles, 191 Jenson, Leroy, 134, 93 Jepson, 81, 82, Jerman, John, 134, 182, 75, 95, 88 83,32 Robert, 134 Jerome, Keith, 173, 104, 52 Jerome, Rosalind, 134 Jerome, Madge, 157 Jobe, Phyllis, 61, 92, 80 Jobson, Barbara, 191 Johnson, Allen, 191 Johnson, Bob, 134 Johnson, Clyde, 157 Johnson, Doris, 191 Johnson, Eugene, 157 Johnson, Henry, 191 Johnson, Jerry, 173, 63 Johnson, Johnson, 82 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson J ohnson: 32 Lawrence, 173 Marilyn, 134, 114, 63, ao, Marion, 134 McKinley, 191 Robert, 173, 101, 85, 81, 82 Robert, 134 Ronald, 191 Sarah, 173 Sharon, 191, 63, 85 Shirley, 191 Tom, 157, 75, 84 Walter, 135, 101, 92, 81, sz, Johnston, Marlene, 173, 65 Jones, Alice, 173 Jones, Anthony, 173, 73 Jones, Brian, 191 Jones, Robert, 157, 182, 109, 107, 100, 71 Jordan, Gloria, 192 Jourdan, Linda, 192 Judd, James, 135 Judge, James, 157 J uergensmeyer, Alvin, 135 Juergensmeyer, Joyce, 173 Juette, Bowen, 192 Judd, Susie, 157 Juhl, Jesse, 173 K Kachulis, Georgia, 157 Kachulis, Gloria, 157 Kahler, David, 192, 115 Kaiser, Marcella, 192 Kalouentjou, Angella, 192, 100 Kanchanadnl, Thipakanyg, 192, 100 Kane, Thomas, 192 Karaff, Joyce, 192 Kasow, Lloyd, 192 Katsaras, Nick, 135, 73, 93, 88 Kauffman, Douglas, 135 Kauffmann, Henry, 192, 56 Kayser, James, 173 Kearse, Max, 157 Keasey, Richard, 192 Keegan, Hollie, 174 Keil, Buddy, 192 Keller, Ernest, 174 Kelley, Ralph, 158, 103 Kelley, Sharon, 192 Kelly, Alice, 192 Kelly, Charles, 135 Kelly, Don, 121 Kelly, Eddie,174, 113, 104,75 Kelsey, Marjorie, 192 Kempher, Stephen, 174 Kendall, Bill, 158 Kennedy, Jerry, 192, 28 Kenney, John, 135 Kerns, Patty, 192 Kessell, Barry, 174 Ketchum, Jack, 192, 71 Keune, Carolyn, 192 Khanfar, Mohammad, 135, 102 Kiger, Martha, 192 Kiger, Ruth Ann, 192 Kill, Gerald, 135, 56 Killion, James, 158, 182, 110, 71, 92, 84 Kim, Young Chul, 174, 100 Kimm, Donna, 192, 87 Kincaid, Cheryl, 192 King, Beverly, 192 King, Doug, 192, 71 King, R. Jim, 192 Hunter, William, 191 Huntsman, Linda, 191, 67 Husler, Carol Ann, 133, 112 Husted, Carolyn, 191 Hutchison, Janet, 191, 114 Hutchison, Judy, 157 Hutchison, Ken, 173, 84 Hutchison, Mary, 133 Hutton, Wayne, 173 Hwang, Jane, 121, 100 Hysinger, Vaughn, 191, 110, 111 I Ingebritson, Ralph, 133 Imamura, Arleen, 157 Jones, Charles, 191, 112 Jones, Cheri, 173, 102, 63, 91, 92, 82 Jones, Dal, 173, 73 Jones, Flora, 191 Jones, Gary, 157, 106 Jones, Jack, 135, 104, 32 Jones, John, 191 Jones, Lea, 173 Jones, Linda, 157, 106, 102, 82 Jones, Lou, 157, 105, 61, 60, 91, 86 28 Jones, Margaret, 157 Jones, Pat, 191 Jones, Ralph, 173 r Kinsella, Kathryn, 174, 61, 90 Kinsella, Larry, 158 Kirshman, James, 158 Kirtlink, Darold, 174 Kiser, Alan, 192, 75, 107 Kiser, Wendell, 158 Klein, Stan, 192, 73 Klinginsmith, Linda, 192, 106, 61 Klinginsmith, Sandra, 174, 61, 95 Klinkhammer, Fred, 174, 100 Klopfenstein, Dee, 174 Kluender, Madelon, 174 Knapp, Charles, 193 Knapp, Duane, 193 237 William, 193, 108 338 Knight, John, 135 Knight, Nona, 174, 112, 99 Knizel, Anthony, 193 Knowles, Ed, 193 Knowles, William, 158 Knox, Joe, 158 Knudsen, Ronald, 158 Koberna, Roy, 193 Koch, Gerald, 193 Koehler, Mary, 193 Koekoek, Joop, 193, 100 Koerner, Michael, 193 Kollar, J. O., 193 Kottabi, Jayad, 193, 100 Kottmann, Bob, 193, 107 Koursari, Atta, 158 Koziar, Rita, 135, 61 Kratzer, Erwin, 193 Kraus, Jean, 193 Krehbiel, Dale, 193 Kriegshauser, Jo Ann, 193, 67 Kruel, Bill, 174 Krueger, Fred, 193 Krueger, Leon, 158 Kruzich, Joseph, 135 Ku, Joseph, 158, 100 Kukita, Betty, 174 Kuntz, Duane, 135 Kusar, Michaela, 193 L La Brier, Patricia, 158, 101, 66, 67, 92, ao, 82, 25 Lackey, Pete, 174 Lafolette, Connie, 174 Larrenz, Sammy, 193 Lair, Lucille, 135, 61 Laird, Sunny, 174,-107, 108, 61 Lake, Gayle, 174 Lakin, James, 174 Lamb, Jamela, 157, 93, 85, so, 82, as Lambkin, Janet, 121 Lancaster, Karen, 193 Land, Barbara Ann, 135 Landis, Tom, 135, 101, 92 Landrum, Michael, 158 Lane, Dean, 135 Langhammer, James, 193 Langhammer, Mary, 174, 91, 90 Langwell, Leonard, 136 Lantz, Linda, 158, 105, 61, 93 Lantz, Terry, 136, 75, 104 Larason, Sharon, 158, 67 Larson, Glen, 193 Latimer, Richard, 174 Latta, Joann, 136, 93 Lau, Yonlene, 193 Lauffer, Cheryl Ann, 193, 106 Lawson, David, 193 Lawson, Dixie, 158 Lawson, Jacqueline, 174 Lawson, Lazich, Milton, 174, 109, 100 Leach, Chuck, 193, 73 Leach, John, 193 Leach, Joyce, 158, 97 Leath, Donald, 174, 75 Learned, Janet, 193 Ledbetter, Marvin, 158, 75 Ledford, Garry, 193 Leooux, Brian, 175 Lee, Barbara, 175, 87 Lee, Don, 136, 115, 73 Lee, Jerry, 158, 73 Lee, Marilyn, 194 Lee, Robert, 194, 73 Leftridge, Bobby, 175 Lehmann, Richard, 175, 113, 92 Lehr, Betty, 136, 63, 91,90 Leino, Sandra, 194 Leman, F., 103 Lenzini, Betty, 194, 113, 65, 86 Leoke, Richard, 194 Leopold, Irene, 194 Leslie, Rebecca, 136, 110, 93 Levelle, Charles, 194 Lewellen, Charles, 194, 108 Lewis, Bill, 175, 75 Lewis, Donna, 175 Lewis, Margaret, 136 Lewis, Mary, 194 Lewis, Roy, 175 Lewton, Mikka, 175 Lich, Marvin, 194 Lichtenberg, Jeanette, 158, 110, 65 Lichtenberg, William, 194 Liebhart, Gerald, 136, 110 Likes, Henry, 194 Lillard, James, 136 Lincoln, Clyde, 136, 110, 101, 92 Linder, Colleen, 136 Lindhorst, Regina, 136, 113, 91, 92, 85,90 Lindsay, Raymond, 175 Lineberry, Mary Ellen, 175 Linke, Kenneth, 175, 115, 106 Littrell, Bill, 175 Littrell, Ross, 158 Livengood, Vincent, 175 Llewellyn, Larry, 175 Lloyd, Gary, 137 Lohrman, Robert, 137, 101, 71, 85 81 Looney, Charles, 194 Loughridge, Connie, 137, 66, 67, 93 84 Louis, Luis, 194 Love, James,'194 Love, Larry, 194 Lovern, Robert, 194 Loving, Judy, 194 Lowe, Emily, 158, 112, 106, 64, 65 91, 90, 25 Lowenberg, Iris, 175, 109, 100 Lowes, Hubert, 158 Lowrance, Joyce, 194, 105, 67 Lowther, Judy, 175, 63, 93 Lucas, Elroy, 137 Lucas, John, 194 Luckett, Mitchell, 194 Ludwick, Carol, 158 Lundholm, Dick, 194 Lunsford, Bruce, 158 Lunsford, Janelle, 194 Lunsford, Thomas, 137 Luppin, Marilyn, 194 Luther, Linda, 194, 25 Lutz, Elaine, 137, 92 Lutz, Theresa, 194 Lyddon, Barbara, 194 Lyles, Frederick, 158 Lyng, Jane, 175 MC McAllister, Robert, 175 McAnulty, Donald, 158, 75, 107 McBeth, Charles, 158 McBratney, Karen, 137, 65 McBride, Jim, 194, 111 McBride, Nellie, 137, 110, 101 McBride, Norma, 175 McCalment, Robert, 175 McCa,rt, Carol, 194, 65 McCarthy, Joe, 194, 182, 75, 78 McCarty, Larry, 158, 94 McCarty, Sandra, 194 McClain, Paul, 194 McClanahan, Arlin, 175 McClanahan, Dorothy, 194 McClanahan, Rosemond, 194 McCloud, Gary, 194 McClure, Bill, 137, 110, 96 McClure, Janet, 158, 65 McClure, Karlos, 158, 69, 70, 32 McClure, Roy, 158 McClurs, 194 McClymonds, Ann, 175 McCollum, Ervina, 194 McConnell, Judy, 194 McConnell, Lois, 194, 99 McCully, Carolyn, 175, 99 McDonald, Bill, 175, 75, 83 McDonald, Gary, 158 McDonald, Jan, 137, 108, 100, 32 McElroy, Sandra, 194 McElyea, Marilyn, 137, 114, 85, 82 McFadden, James, 137 McFarland, John, 158 McFry, Peggy, 175, 10 McGinnis, Mike, 175 McGlothlin, David, 194 McGowan, Mary Jo, 137, 97, 61, 91 93, 82 McGowan, Max, 158, 75, 84, 86, 88 89, 80 McGraw, Roger, 158, 109 McGriff, Jim, 194 Mclntire, Dan, 158 Mclntire, Ellen Sue, 175, 61 Mclntire, Patrick, 159 McKeone, Rita, 194 McLain, Robert, 137 McLaughlin, Tom, 194, 75 McLeland, McMahon, Vern, 194 Kathleen, 194, 67 McMullin, Neal, 194 McMurry, Jo Ann, 175, 109, 110, 92 29 McNalley, Jeanette, 137, 100 McNeil, Darrell, 175 McPike, Milt, 137 McRobert, William, 159, 75 McVay, Betty, 194 McVeigh, Donald, 137, 107 M Mabee, Charles, 194 Mabry, Joe, 175, 28 Machinsky, Robert, 159, 75 Maddy, Donald, 159 Magee, Sharon, 159, 112, 99 Magel, Judith, 175 Magie, John, 175 Magruder, Mitchell, 137, 110, 81 Mahon, Dick, 138, 75 Mahmoody, Bozorg, 194, 100 Maize, Hank, 194 Major, Gary, 159 Malloy, Jim, 138 Malloy, Sherrill, 194 Maloney, Harriet, 159 Maloney, Sue, 194, 103 Mann, Sandy, 138 Manning, Marcella, 159, 114 Mantione, Richard, 195, 114 Maple, Joseph, 195 March, Charles, 195 Marek, Ernest, 138 Markay, Paul, 138 Markland, Linda, 195, 63 Markowitz, Arnold, 138 Markovitz, Max, 195 Marks, Kay, 195, 109 Marksbury, Troy, 195 Marling, Mary Lou, 195, 112 Marlow, Linda, 195 Marquardt, Donald, 175 Marquardt, Joyce, 195, 65 Marsh, Jean, 195 Marsh, Larry, 195 Marshall, Jim, 195 Marshall, Mary, 175 Martens, Ed, 138, 93 Martin Martin , Bill, 195, 52, 55 Glenita 175, 112, 99 Martin, Jane, 195 Martin, Janet, 195 Martin, John, 175 Martin, Joyce, 175 Martin, Kent, 138 Martin, Lee, 175 Martin, Marilyn, 175 Martin, Sandra, 138 Martin, Sara, 175, 67 Martinez de Alva, Carmen, Martindale, Larry, 159 Marx, Mary, 159 Mason, Barbara, 176 Mason, Jerald, 176 Mason, Richard, 92, 85, 81 Mason Ronald 159 Masten, Patricia, 176, 110 Matkin, Dan, 159, 96 Matkin, Mary, 176, 113 Matthew, Sandra, 195 Matthews, Donna, 159, 106 25 May, Clifford, 195 May, Mary, 195 Mayes, James, 159, 110 Mayes, Marilyn, 138 Mayes, Sue, 138, 61 Mazza, Anthony, 195 Mechlin, Bette Lon, 195, 61 Medlin, Judy, 195, 111 Meek, Van, 176, 98 Meeker, Patricia, 176 Meinert, Robert, 176 Mendez, Gladys, 176 Merrell, Jerry, 121 Merringer, Gary, 138 Messinger, Ronnie, 195 Meyer, Elaine, 195, 114 Michael, Jack, 195 Mikel, Evan, 159 Miller, Bob, 176 Miller, Eric, 195, 109 86 1 1 2 95 67, 84, After the approach to Laughlin is complete, students will still prefer the grass. Miller, Gary, 195 Miller, James, 195 Miller, John, 176 Miller, Larry, 159 Miller, Marilyn, 195 Miller Ronald 159 52 Millerz Sandra: 195, Miller, Stephen, 195, 107, 108 Miller Victor, 195, 182 Millerj Violet, 138, 110, 97 Million, Larry, 176 Mills, Lorraine, 195, 82, 25 Minear, Sally, 195 Miner, Tamara, 195 Minshall, Harold, 176 Minshall, Jerry, 138, 109, 107, 100 Minshall, Mary Ann, 176, 92, 90 Minsker, Marilyn, 176, 91 Mitchell, Eunice, 195, 91, 90 Mitchell, Note, 121 Mitchell, William, 195 Mitts, Bonny, 176 Mock, Monell, 159 Modra, Emelie, 159, 63, 68 Moeller, Mary Jo, 195 Mohr, Alan, 159,112, 101, 92, 82, sa Monahan, Joyce, 195, 113 Mongan, Larry, 195, 73 Montgomery, Janice, 159 Montgomery, Marlene, 195 Moon, Tom, 159, 87 Moore Moore Moore Moore 1 Moore, Moore, Moore 82 Moore Moore Moore Moots, Moots, Doris, 176 Fred, 176 Jack, 195 James, 176 Joan, 195, 113 Linda, 195, 61 Margaret Ann, 138, 92, 86, Margaret, 85 Richard 138 95 I Roger, 176 , Ira, 195 Sue, 195, 67 Morden, Larry, 195 Mordt, Darryl, 195 More, Anthony, 176 Moran, Mike, 121, 120 Morawitz, Danny, 159, 69, 73 Moreno, Betty, 159, 113, 63, 91 Morgan, Donald, 176 Morgan, Larry, 195 Morgenstern, Kathy, 195 Moriarity, Pat, 159 Morley, Beth, 159, 61, 91 Morley, Lanny, 139, 75, 92, 85, 81 Morley, Larry, 121, 85, 81 Morris, Barry, 195, 73 Morris, Myra, 139, 63 Morris, Richard, 139, 75, 69 Morrison, Graham, 159 Morrison, Helen, 159, 86 Morrison, William, 195 Morrow, Elvin, 176 Morrow, Linda, 195 Morton, Charlotte, 196 Morton, J anks, 159 Mosher, LaVerne, 159 Mosher, Wayne, 139, 182, 75, 113, 84, 83,32 Mosley, Mittie, 139 Moss, Eugene, 139 Mossbarger, Cheryl, 196, 61 Moussali, Audre, 196, 100 Moyer, Joe, 159 Moyer, John, 176, 98 Mudd, John, 196 Mueller, Harvey, 159, 75, 84, 56 Muhl, Donald, 139 Mulford, Judy, 196 Mullenix, Patsy, 159, 63 Mullenix, William, 139 Muller, Ed, 196 Mullikin, Raymond, 176 Murdock, Nancy, 196, 67 Murphy, Ellen Kaye, 139, 162, 112, 105, 97, 61, 85, 80, 82,29 Murphy, John, 196, 56 Murphy, Mike, 176 Murray, Mary, 139, 97, 66, 67, 93 339 240 Murtfield, Roger, 196 Musholt, Wayne, 159, 75, 113 Musick,-Jim, 139, 101, 73, 93 Myers, Annette, 196 Myers, Carol, 159, 61, 91, 93, 90 Myers, Charles, 176 Myers, James, 176 Myers, James, 176 Myers, Jerry, 196, 98 Myers, J oretta, 159 Myers, Louise, 176, 29 Myers, Mary, 139 N Naber, Bill, 196 Nagata, Alvin, 159 Naimo, Alfred, 196, 52 Nardini, John, 196, 75 Narigon, Carole, 196 Narigon, Connie, 196 Nash, Gary, 196 Nash, Jeannie, 196 Neagle, James, 176 Neary, Mike, 196 Neifert, Barbara, 196, 61 Neighbor, Leroy, 140, 73 Neill, James, 196 Neis, James, 176 Nelson, Colleen, 196 Nelson, Robert, 196 Nelson, Roger, 140 Nesbit, Connie, 176 Neumann, Jim, 196 Neuner, Charles, 159 Newbrough, Dennis, 196, 55 Newendorp, John, 176 Newfield, Norma, 140, 102 Newhard, James, 176, 112, 107, 100 Newkirk, Lyle, 140, 75 Newland, Larry, 196 Newlin, Larrell, 196 Newman, Jo Ann, 196 Newman, Michael, 196, 107 Newman, Patricia, 196 Nicely, Betty, 140, 182, 91, 90, 29 Nicholson, Marsha, 197, 93, 82 Niemeier, Joyce, 197 Nipps, Jack, 197 Nishi, Kiyomi, 140, 97 Noach, Ursula, 159 Noble, Jerry, 140, 75, 84, 81, 32 Noe, Eva Jane, 197 Noel, Elvin, 159, 75 Noel, Gary, 197, 75 Noel, Larry, 176, 75 Nolte, James, 176 Norris, Ray, 176, 104 North, James, 160, 52, 55 North, John, 160, 104, 52, 54, 55 Northup, Bud, 140 Northup, Mary, 140, 97 Norton, David, 197, 71 Norton, Kenneth, 197 Novinger, Elaine, 140 Novinger, Elizabeth, 121 Novinger, Richard, 121, 120, 110, 9 100, 93 I O Oakley, Paul, 197 O'Brien, Clarice, 140 O'Conner, Linda, 160, 110, 99, 61 7, O'Donnell, Catharine, 197, 113, 63 Oelklaus, Donald, 176, 73 Okano, Hiroshi, 197 O'Keefe, Patti, 140 Olinger, Billy, 176 Olinger, Walter, 176 Oliver, Karen, 197 Oller, Gayle, 177 Ollman, Sharon, 177 Olson, Carol, 160, 110 Olson, Faith, 197, 110 Olson, Janice, 197, 110 Olson, Marilyn, 141 O'Neal, Nancy, 197, 103 Opplinger, Norman, 177, 84 Opplinger, Willa, 177, 91, 90 Ordelheide, Susan, 197 O'Reilly, Bill, 197 Orman, Pat, 197 Orr, Allene, 177, 106 Orr, Jim, 160 Osborn, Marilyn, 197 Ottaway, Jean, 197 Outzen, Karen, 177 Overlander, Allen, 141 Owen, James, 160, 75, 113, 92, 84 Owen, Mary, 197 P Packwood, Gene, 177, 73 Padget, Charles, 177 Page, James, 197 Peterson, Maleen, 141 Peterson, Mike, 197 Pettigrew, Jean, 177, 65 Pfeifer, Marvin, 197 Phegley, John, 177 Phillips, Dean, 177 Phillips, John, 197 Picarella, Tom, 197 Pieper, Janet, 197, 113 Pieper, Jeanette, 197 Ping, Sherry, 177, 97, 67 Pinkerton, Linda, 197 Pinkston, Larry, 197 Pipes, Bud, 177 Pipes, Janet, 177, 63 Pister, Ronnie, 197, 88 Pittman, James, 177 Pittman, Larry, 177 Pitts, Tom, 197, 75 Platz, Karen, 141, 100, 91 Plotkin, Howard, 197 Plum, Mary, 177, 113 Poe, Sandra, 197 Poggioli, George, 178 Polak, Joseph, 141, 106, 107, 100 Polhans, Steven, 178 Pollard, Virgil, 197 Pollitt, Dick, 160,73 Poole, Margaret, 198, 113 Poole, Stephen, 198 Pope, Robert, 198 Poplar, Champ, 178 Pak, Tongsoo, 141 Palmer, Berndt, 197 Palmer, Clifford, 177, 28 Palmer Judson, 197 Palmer Wanda 160 102 Popp, Shirley, 198 Porter, Ann, 160, 114, 86, 82 Porter, Gary, 198 Porter, Richard, 198 Poston, James, 178 Palmer, Winifred, 141 Paris, Leslie, 197 , Park, Roger, 197 Parker, George, 141, 75, 69, 74, 32 Parkes, Elbert, 177, 55 Parks, James, 197 Parmenter, Richard, 177, 112 Parsons, Frank, 141 Pasha, Ebrahim, 197 Patterson, Don, 197 Patton, Paula, 197 Patton, Tom, 197 Pauk, Ronald, 197 Paul, Michael, 197 Paulillo, Joseph, 197 Pawlowicz, Joe, 177 Payne, Caroline, 141 Peas, Rose, 197 Peck, Keith, 141, 75, 92 Peilstein, Steve, 197 Pell, John, 141 Pendleton, Gerry, 197, 28 Penun, Carolyn, 197 Pepper, Grace, 177, 113 Perine, James, 177, 87 Perkins, Ralph, 197 Perkins, William, 141, 93, 85 Perrigo, Janet, 197 Perry, Elaine, 177, 105, 67 Perry, Jerry, 197 Peter, Donald, 141, 75, 92 Peters, Donna, 177, 63 Peterson, Charles, 160 Pote, Mary Sue, 160, 113 Pottorff, David, 198 Pound, Jim, 160 Powell, Anna, 178 Powell, Roberta, 198, 108 Power, Ronald, 178 Powers, Charles, 178 Prather, David, 198 Preston, James, 141 Prichard, George, 178, 113, 84, 8 Priebe, James, 160, 75, 100, 84 Primm, Jerry, 160, 75 Primm, Larry, 99 Prince, Margaret, 160 Probasco, Gene, 160, 71 Propps, Peggy, 178 Pruden, Gary, 160 Pujol, Elliott, 197 Purcell, Paul, 141, 100, 71 Purcell, Virginia, 141, 64, 65 Purdy, Bernie, 178, 99 Purdy, Beverly, 142, 114 Purdy, Ruth, 160 Purdy, William, 178, 75 Purvis, Jesse, 178 Putnam, Donald, 198 Putz, Lawrence, 160, 101, 92, 84 Qi Queen, Billie, 160, 65 Quinn, Kenneth, 178, 75 Quisenberry, Larry, 198 R Radavich, Nick, 160 Rae, David, 178 Ragan, Helen, 178 Rager, Allen, 142 Raid, Larry, 142, 110, 94 Rains, Karen, 160 Ralls, Ken, 142, 75 Ralston, Millee, 160, 91 Rambo, Lawrence, 142 Randall, Glen, 178 Rankin, Dale, 160, 75, 112, 84 Rankin, Don, 198, 75 Rashleigh, John, 198 Rathbun, Loretta, 142, 113 Ratliff, Jonean, 142, 109, 100, 67, 93, 68 Ratliff, Kerry, 198, 91 Ratliff, Lowell, 142, 92 Raub, Esther, 198 Ray, Edwin, 142 Ray, Richard, 198 Ray, Ruth, 198 Rebelsky, Beth, 161 Recker, Roy, 178, 75 Reddick, Louis, 178 Redford, Carolyn, 161 Redford, Joseph, 178 Redman, Barbara, 198 Reece, Donnie, 198 Reed, Jane, 161 Rees, Jeanne, 142, 114, 92 Reeves, Bertha, 161 Reifsteck, Ienora, 178 Reinker, Dale, 198, 71 Rekittke, Herman, 142, 106, 108, 100 Relford, Beverly, 142, 91, 90 Renz, Thomas, 161, 75 Resinger, Carol, 178, 114 Rhoades, Jo Ann, 142 Rhoads, Larry, 75, 102, 92, 79, 78, 32 Rhodes, Alice, 161, 102, 63, 92 Rice, Larry, 161 Rice, Ruby, 142, 65, 91, 90 Robinson, Janice, 199 Robinson, Robinson Linda, 199, 114 Loisbel 199 Robinson: Nadine, 178, 102 Rockhold, Christine, 178 Rockhold, George, 199 Rockhold Ronnie 199 Rodriguez, Laura, 161 Roedder, Richard, 143, 75 Roensch, Fred, 143, 69, 112, 82 Rogers, Jon, 199 Rogers, Kathy, 178 Rogers, Ronald, 143 Rohning, Elaine, 199 Rohrdanz, Terry, 52, 55 Rollins, Io na, 178 Rolls, Susan, 199 Roinanacce, Josette, 199 Romanetz, Nick, 199, 28 Romano, Faustino, 121 Ronan, To m, 143, 94 Ronchetto, John, 143, 75, 113 Ronchetto, Robert, 199 Rose, Ben, 178 Rose, Ben 161 Rose, Kay, 199 Rosenzweig, Joel, 178 Ross, Fred, 199, 73 Ross, Terry, 199 Rouse, Lela, 199 Rouse, Ro ger, 143 Roush, Jerry, 161, 102, 92, 81, 82 Rouw, Verlan, 199 Richards, Karen, 142, 97, 61, 92 Richards, Mary, 161 Richardson Connie, 198 Richardson, Darrel, 198 Richardson, Dee, 198 Richardson Mary, 198 Richardson, Phil, 198 Richardson, Wayne, 178, 73 Richey, Marie, 198 Ricker, Herman, 161 Ridgeway, Francis, 142, 106 Riedel, Curtiss, 198 Rieger, Wray, 198, 73 Riddle, O., 115, 94 Rinaberger, Stephen, 143, 75 Riutcel, Charles, 198 Roberts Rixman, Ken, 198 Roberts, Audrey, 19, 109, 67 Roberts, Gerald, 199, 75 Roberts, Giniath, 99 Nina 121 Robertson, Doiiglas, 161 Robertson, Fern, 143, 101 Robertson, Judith, 199, 109, 113, 63 Robinson, Carolyn, 199 Robinson, Evelyn, 199 Robinson, Ginnie, 199, 67 Robinson, Harry, 199 Robinson, James, 199 Rowland, Carolyn, 199 Rowland, Jo Anne, 178 Rowland, Keith, 161 ' Rowland, Paul, 161, 110, 108, 100 Roxberg, Gordon, 161 Royer, Charles, 199 Rudicil, Danny, 199 Ruffino, Graceann, 143, 67, 91, 93, 90,32 Ruhs, Larry, 161, 109, 100 Rule, Sandra, 199 Rulon, G., 115, 94 Rumpff, Nancy, 199 Runge, Fern, 161, 63 Rupe, Hillis, 178 Rupp, Donald, 161, 182, 108, 100, 71 Rusbalt, Betty, 109 Ryan, James, 161 Ryan, Larry, 52 Ryan, Ray, 199 S Sabatina, Gail, 200 Sacco, Gary, 161 Sadler, Jon, 200 Saenz, Marian, 200 Sage, Larry, 161, 107, 108, 100 Sahay, Ram, 143 Saicic, John, 200, 52 Sailor, Larry, 200, 109 Salas, Adolfo, 200 Salladay, Konny, 200 Salter, Morris, 200 Sampers, Richard, 200 Sanchez, Dorita, 200 Sanders, Howard, 200 Sanders, John, 200 Sanders, Lucille, 85 Sanders, Marion, 200 Sanders, William, 161, 28, 110, 104 Sandjari, Kamran, 161, 98 Sandjari, Keyvan, 161, 100 Sapp, William, 121 Sarver, Clara, 200, 110, 111 Sattrnan, Gary, 178 Sattman, Sherrie, 200 Sawyer, Lanora, 143, 63 Sayka, Larry, 200 Schafer, Sandra, 178 Schaffer, Bill, 107 Schaffer, Nancy, 200 Schaller, Ron, 200, 75, 106 Scheer, Glen, 200 Schiff, Rena, 200 Schindler, Margaret, 143 Schlapia, Sharon, 200 Schlechte, Lynn, 200 schlief, Ed, 178, 104, 73, 52 Schmidt, Terry, 200 Schmitter, Rita, 161 Schneider, Carol, 178, 67 Schneider, Ed, 200, 52, 55 Schneider, Tom, 200 Scholten, Douglas, 178 Schorre, Gudrun, 144, 112, 110 Schreck, Bernard, 161 Schroeder, Walter, 178 Schuchman, Phylicia, 200, 113 Schumacher, Alfred, 144 , Schutze, Dick, 144, 73 Schwartzel, Dale, 200 Scoggin, Cheryl, 200 Scott, Brian, 200 Scott, Ernest, 200 Seamster, Faye, 144 Sears, Carol, 200, 65 Seitz, Steve, 200 Selby, Gayla, 178 Semler, Keith, 200 Seshiki, Kathleen, 161 Setzer, Jo Ann, 178, 102, 61 Sever, Gail, 200 Severson, William, 178 Seward, Jerry, 200 Seymour, Guy, 179 Seymour, John, 200 Shafer, Pat, 200 Shafer, Roger, 144 Shaghafi, Parvaneh, 121 Shahangian, Mahmoad, 179, 100 Shamy, Joe, 200 Shannon, Patricia, 144 Sharp, Karen, 161, 64, 65, 68 Sharp, Norman, 200 Sharp, Richard, 161 Sharpe, Wanda, 144 Shaver, Melvin, 200, 86 Shaw, Theron, 179 Shearer, Richard, 200, 73 Sheble, Colleen, 200 Shechtman, Arthur, 179 Sheffler, Larry, 144 ' Shelton, Cheryl, 200, 108 Shelton, Gail, 200, 29 Shelton, Leoner, 200, 107 Shepard, James, 144, 104, 52, 55 Shepard, Michael, 179 Shepherd, Fred, 200 ' Shepler, Ed, 161 24l 242 Sherer, Richard, 161 Sherk, Tom, 200 Shettle, Suzanne, 144, 182, 102, 61, 93, 85, 80, 82, 68, 32 Shields, Kent, 200, 73 Shigenaga, Regine, 200 Shockey, John, 200 Shoemyer, Ruth, 144, 113, 62, 63, 84 Shoffner, James, 144 Shoop, Barbara, 200 Shores, Leon, 161 Shouse, Georgena, 161, 65, 91, 90 Shriver, Ronald, 161 Shroyer, Ronald, 161, 109, 106, 100 Shrum, Homer, 161, 71 Shuford, Sara, 200 Shutwell, J ames, 200 Sidwell, Deanna, 200 Sieber, George, 201 Simbro, Sharon, 201 Simler, Janice, 161, 110, 65, 91, 86 Simler, Murl, 201, 110 Simmons, Carol, 201, 91 Simms, Sheral, 201 Simon, George, 201 Simpson, Bob, 201 Simpson, Harold, 201, 71 Sinclair, Laura, 161 Sinele, Lynn, 161 Singleton, Bernard, 201 Sinskey, Tim, 201, 75 Sireno, Peter, 179, 75 Sirinek, David, 201 Sissom, Dennis, 179, 104, 52 Skaggs, Connie, 162 Skelton, Robert, 201 Skinner, Marshall, 201 Slakoff, Richard, 179 Slater, Marcella, 144 Slaughter, Carol, 201, 105 Slavin, Alice, 179 Slavin, Wanita, 162 Slavin, William, 144 Sloan, Steven, 179 Slockett, James, 52 Sloop, Sharon, 201 Slowensky, Sue, 144, 63 Smith, Anna Lou, 144 Smith, Brenda, 201 Smith, Connie, 201 Smith, Cynthia, 179 Smith, Dana, 162 Smith, Diane, 201 Smith, Earnest, 162 Smith Edwin 144 14 75 95 79 smithi Harry: 162,, asf 71 ' ' Smith, Kathryn, 145 Smith, Kent, 179 Smith, Lana, 201, 25 Smith, Louise, 145, 114, 102, 92 Smith Mary Ellen 179, 106, 100 smirhi Nancy, 201,352 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Odessa, 201, 111 Patricia, 201, 112, 92 Rayma, 201 Wilson, 179 Smithson, Jerry, 201 Snodgr ass, Gerald, 162 Snowbarger, Roberta, 201 Snyder , Alice, 201 Snyder, Gayle, 201, 110, 61 Snyder, John, 102 Snyder, Karen, 179, 69 Snyder, Margaret, 145 Soderdahl, Robert, 201 Soderman, Roger, 145, 73 Soderstrom, Jim, 162, 75, 106, 108, 92, 84, ss, 81 Pretty girls add to the fall beautv of our campus. Sodon, Bill, 201 Soeten, Marty, 179 Solter, Jan, 162 Sommerkamp, Patricia, 202 87 Sommerkap, Thomas, 162 Sorg, Jesse, 121 sorg, Rita, 145, 91, ss, 90 Southerling, Tommy, 202, 56 Spaur, Carl, 162 Specht, Paul, 145 Speckhart, George, 202 Spellman, Norma, 179 Spencer, Betty, 145, 93, 85 Spencer, James, 179 Spicknall, Robert, 202 Spiers, Larry, 162 Spiker, Richard, 202 Spinelli, Louis, 145 Spotts, Charles, 162, 106 Sprague, Donald, 145 Spring, Roberta, 162 Spruyette, Mary, 179, 61 Spurgeon, Elaine, 145 Stafford, Pat, 202 Stanfield, Beverly, 162, 65 Staniger, Charles, 202 Stark, Evelyn, 202 Stark, Ken, 145 Stark, Lloyd, 202 Steele, Cheryl, 202 Steinmetz, Eileen, 202, 63 Steinmetz, M. L., 179, 75, 84 Sternberg, Carol, 179 Sterner, Jon, 162 Stevener, Ralph, 202 Stevenson, Joe, 145, 69 Stewart, John, 202, 112 Stewart, LaVonne, 145, 25 Stewart, Marcia, 179 Thomps Stewart, Robert, 145 Stice, Donna Jean, 162 Stiles, Jan, 202 Stiles, William, 179 Stine, Dee Ann, 145, 182, 102, 66, 67 93, 85, so, 82, 68, 32 Stober, Richard, 162 Stocker, Lyle, 202 Stolte, Ed, 179 Stone, Fred, 121 Stone, Linda, 162, 67 Stone Robert 202 Stone, Stuart, 179, 73 Stoops, Nancy, 145, 67, 91, 93, 90 Stout, Martha, 162 Streeter, Sherrill, 180 Stringfellow, Janet, 202 Strode, Jim, 162 Stroker, Janet, 202 Ter1'y, Connie, 203, 67 Teter, Frederick, 107 Teter, John, 162, 110, 106, 100 Tharp, Dorothy, 146, 102, 61, 92 Tharp, Judith, 146, 112, 114, 97, 61, 93, 32 Tharp, Mary Ann, 180, 110, 99, 61 Thayer, Marshall, 162 Thistlethwaite, J. B., 180 Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, on, Bud, 203, 73 , David, 146 Fred, 203 John, 162, 182, 114, 71, 86 Keith, 203, 107, 108 Linda, 203, 106 Martha, 146, 95 Nancy, 203 Price, 180 Sharon, 203, 101, 92, 82 Strong, Ronald, 180, 103 Strother, Terry, 180, 110 Stubblefield, Jim, 202 Stuber, Bonnie, 202 Stucker, J. D., 202 Studer, Sue, 202 Stump, Donna, 180, 109 Stump, James, 202, 106 Stump, Mel, 202, 73, 84 Sturnpf, Robert, 145, 73 Sturgeon, Carola, 202, 110, 106, 82 Sturhan, Marge, 180, 90 Suddarth, William, 145 Sultzman, Carolyn, 180, 101, 67, 93 Suman, Jill, 202, 61 Summerkamp, Tom, 73 Summers, Gordon, 180 Summons, Terry, 202 Sutter, Wayne, 162, 115, 104 Sutton, Pat, 180 Swab, Howard, 202 Swailes, Linda, 202 Swank, Earl, 162, 73 Swann, Patricia, 146, 102, 93 Sweeney, Matthew, 146, 122, 75, 84 Swetman, John, 162 Swift, Sue, 202 Swiney, Edward, 203 Swingle, Truman, 203 ' Switzer, Nanette, 203 Switzer, Roberta, 146 Switzer, Ronald, 203 Sykes, Helen. 162 T Taira, Norman, 28 Talbert, Sue, 203 Tartar, LaVonne, 162, 110, 106 Tate, Bryant, 180, 75, 92, 84, 83 Tate, Larry, 146, 75, 84 Tate, William, 203 Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson, Thompson Thompson Thompson 55 Thompson J. R., 145 James 162 71 I 7 7 , Jane, 146 Margaret, 180 Martha, 162 Phyllis, 146 Steve, 180, 104, 106, 52, Sydney 162, 61 Throckmorton, Kirby, 203 Tieman, Frances, 203, 114, 63 Tillatson, Joan, 162, 110 Timm, Doug, 162, 73, 92 Timmons, John, 162 Timmons, Judith, 147 Tindale, Dale, 147 Tippett, Vernon, 162, 75 Tirpak, Rosemarie, 147 Tomek, Barbara, 162, 61, 91, 90, 68 Tomek, Betty, 203, 61 Tomlin, Robert, 203 Toops, Betty, 203 Tosi, Laauli, 180 Townsend, Susan, 180 Tracy, Lee, 203 Tracy, Pat, 203 Trainer, Russell, 147, 96 Tratchel, Olan, 147, 114 Treasurer, Jack, 180 Treasurer, Virginia, 180 Trent, Jim, 162 Tretsky, Richard, 203 Triebwasser, Lyle, 180 Trimpe, Roger, 180 Tripp, Robert, 162, 55 Trobough, Kay, 147, 102, 62, 63, 92, 85, 82 Troester, John, 147, 75 Troske, Rodney, 203 Trueblood, Jim, 180 Taylor, Beverly, 203, 67 Taylor, Bruce, 203 Taylor, Charles, 203, 52, 53, 54 Taylor, James, 162, 53, 52, 53, 54 Taylor, Judy, 203 Taylor, Norman, 203, 52 Taylor, Roger, 203 Taylor, Stanley, 146 Taylor, William, 180 Teasley, Lois Ann, 180, 112 Telfer, Lynne, 203 Templeman, Alona, 203 Trueblood, Judy, 163 Trump, Albert, 163, 109, 100 Trump, Ann, 180 Trussell, Karlene, 203, 63 Tua, Falemanu, 180 Turi, Roger, 203 Turner, Bill, 203 Turner, Brenda, 203 Turner, Delbert, 163 Turner, Don, 180 Turner, Janet, 203 Tuzik, Bill, 163, 73 U Uhland, Waynella, 180, 99 Ulin, Jane, 203 Ullrich, Sharon, 203 Unkrich, Richard, 147 Upchurch, Lynda, 203, 109, 67 V Vaia, Mike, 45 Vallee, Elizabeth, 203 Vanacore, Jack, 203, 182 Van Buren, Carol, 203 Vance, Bill, 163, 95 Van Dusen, Nancy, 203, 99 Van Hecke, Bradford, 180 Van Hesley, Joyce, 163, 109 Van Maanen, Enna, 163 Van Marter, John, 163, 104 Vanover, William, 203, 75, 84 Van Skike, Gerald, 203 Van Vorst, Betty, 203 Van Zank, William, 203 Vargas, Sonya, 180 Varisco, Ralph, 163 Vass, Forrest, 203 Vetter, Marilyn, 147, 122, 182, 99 62, 63, 92, 80, 82, 10 Vickerman, Bob, 180, 75, 102, 84, 83 Vierck, David, 163, 110 Vincent, Linda, 203 Virzi, Juan, 180 Vize, Sharon, 203 Vogt, Edward, 203 Vogt, Jim, 203 W Waddill, Earl, 203, 97 Waddle, Floyd, 180, 113, 52 Waelder, Janey, 203, 110, 111 Wafler, Judy, 147 Waganer, Carroll, 147, 75 Waggoner, Anne, 180 Wagner, Robert, 121 Waldron, Ernest, 163, 87 Waligora, Barbara, 163 Walker, Charles, 203 Walker, Clarence, 204, 52 Walker, Louise, 180 Walker, Winston, 204 Wall, James, 147, 73 Wallace, Linda, 204, 113 Wallace, Wesley, 147 Waller, Richard, 147 Wallman, Karen, 204 Walsh, Robert, 163 Walter, Dale, 147 Walters, Donald, 204 Walters, Ronald, 204 Walton, Charles, 180, 112, 71 Walton, Henry, 147 Walton, Larry, 147 Wandrey, Kay, 163 Wannepain, Marcella, 180 Ward, Jack, 147, 182, 69, 104, 93, as 32 Warder, Richard, 204 Ware, Martin, 204 Ware, Virgil, 163, 71 Warford, Richard, 163 Warmoth, Ronald, 163, 87 Warner, Mary J ane, 204 Warnol, Wayne, 204 Warren, Don, 148 Watanabe, Karen, 180 Watanabe, Wayne, 204 Waterm.an, Bryan, 148, 73, 93 Watson, Ed, 204, 109 Watson, Virginia, 148 Watters, Donald, 204 Watts, Charlotte, 180, 112, 101, 82 Watts, Robert, 52, 55 Weatherford, Connie, 181, 63 Weathersby, Curtis, 204 Weaver, Carol, 181, 103 Weaver, Rickey, 204 Webb, John, 204 Webb, Paul, 204 Webb, Richard, 163, 73 Weber , Berni, 163 Weber, Carol, 148, 110, 85, 86 Weber, Don, 121 Weber, Gerri, 163 Weber , Marvin, 204 Weber, William, 148, 182, 69, 1 02, 73, 93, 85, 81, 32 Webster, Neva, 163 Wedekin, Jan, 181 Weekley, Jo Ann, 181, 67 Weibel, John, 204 Weidner, Dixie, 204 Weigand, James, 163, 52 Weinstein, Joel, 204 Wells, Bernard, 148 Wells, Jennifer, 163, 61 Wells, Phyllis, 181, 109, 110 Welsh, Stephen, 204 Werts, Jeffrey, 204 Wescott, Sharron, 204, 115, 63 Wessel, Richard, 148, 92 West, Joyce, 163, 109, 110, 85, 82 Wetter, Brenda, 181, 113, 67 Wettstaed, David, 163 Wheatley, Tom, 204 Wheelton, True, 181 Wheeler, Beverly, 148, 92, 85 Wheeler, Judith, 105, 66, 67, 92, 85, 80 Wheeler, Robert, 121 Whicher, Martha, 164, 65 Whirrett, Jane Anne, 181, 105 Whisenand, Ernest, 164 White, Karen, 181 White, Lynne, 204, 92 White, Robert, 148, 103, 92, 79 White, William, 181 Whitley, Dale, 164 Whittaker, Ronald, 181 Whitten, Bonnie, 204 Whyte, Lloyd, 181, 112, 96 Wiant, Leonard, 148 Wickless, Larry, 164, 75, 83, Wickless, Linda, 148, 63, 84 Widner, Judith, 204, 91, 90 Wigal, Dennis, 148, 73, 83 Wigal, Sandy, 121 Wike, Gary, 181, 75 Wiles, Janet, 164, 82 Wiley, Jack, 164, 75 Wilgus, Larry, 164 Wilhite, Paul, 204 Wilkinson, Sharon, 204 Willard, Donna, 181 Willey, Lestra, 181 Williams, Arthur, 148 Williams, Carolyn, 181 Williams, David, 164 Williams, Mary, 205 Williams, Rose, 205 Williams, Stephen, 181 Williams, Wayne, 148 Williamson, Felix, 164 Williamson, Jean, 205 Willingham, Kenneth, 205 Wilmsmeyer, Darrell, 205 Wilsey, Joan, 181, 65 Wilson, David, 205 Wilson, Hylah, 148, 182, 112, 93, ss, so, 29, 32 Wilson, Jerry, 148, 93, 94 Wilson, John, 181 Wilson, Karen, 91, 90 Wilson, Ulas, 205 Wilson, William, 149 Winecup, Michael, 205 Wineteer, Gary, 149 Winhold, Glenna, 149 Winkleman, Elaine, 205 Winslow, Lucille, 149 Winslow, Rufus, 205, 112 Wise, Larry, 205 Wise, Lois, 149,88 Wiseman, Mary Jo, 164 Wishmeyer, Gary, 164, 182, 107, 108, 100, 83 wtf ef- aaa WA L S W 0 RT H - umsgwphnd 6 Bama by walswonm' M , Me. u. s. 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