University of Central Missouri - Rhetor Yearbook (Warrensburg, MO)
- Class of 1948
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A MESSAGE FROM
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This is your yearbook which through the years has been the
most prized publication of the Central Missouri State College.
In thousands of homes in Missouri and in various parts of
America, the Rlzetors of yesterday will be found. They are
books of memory recalling student days and events upon the
campus of your Alma M alter. They represent the most complete
record available of personalities and activities of the present
and the past.
To you who read these Words, I commend the 1948 Rhetor.
It chronicles in pictorial form a most significant year in CMSC
history- a year of expansion, of growth, and of Worthy
May I commend the staff for untiring and effective work
in making the Rhczor abailable to you. May you enjoy itg may
it be your prized possession through the years.
G. W. Dicmcr, President
Central Missouri State College
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MR. JAMES C. KIRKPATRICK MR. EARL T. CRAWFORD MRS. I. H. HART
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DEAN IRVIN L. PETERS
Dean of Adminislrazion and I115trz4cti0n
DEAN LOYD E. GRIMES
Dean of Student Personnel Serzfice
DEAN H. KRETZ
Dean of Women
LUCAS -STERNE GEORGE B. CALVERT FORREST POOR ROYAL I. BRIGGS NOEL B. GRINSTEAD HUGH WILL1
B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Veteran's A.B., M.A., Ph.D. B.S., MA. B.S. in Ed., A.M. BA., Mix
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ANDY NURSKI A PAULINE HUMPHREYS WILLIAM IOHNSON LETA DAWES E. B. BROWN A,B,, AlN
B.S. in Ed. Ph.B., A.M. B.S., A.M. B.S. in Ed., B.S. B.Pe., B.S. in Ed., M.A. Professor
Instructor in Health Director of Testing Associate Professor oy' Placement Secretary Associate Professor of Mathematf
and Physical Education Languages Education
WILLIAINI DENNEY GERTRUDE HOSEY FRANK LIDRAL OLIVE BROXVN EARL KETH VV. A.vSTAN
Bs., M.A.. PEB., MA. Bs. in Ed., MMUS. BA., Bs. in Ls. Bs. in Ed. BSU B-5: In 9'
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Education Music and Physical Education
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HUGl'I WILLIARIS BERTHE DANIEL A. C. MOIIELAND CILADYS TETLEH' BEN CRAIG
B.A., M.M. B.S. in Ed., M.A. B.S. in Ed., A.M. B.S. in Ed. B.S. in Ed., M.A.
Associate Professor of Instructor of English Associate Professor of Instructor in Business Associate Professor of X
Instrumental Music A Education and Commerce Ezzglislz
FRED URBAN ELISE LIDRAL C. R. PEARCE I-IARRIETTE FORD ' ARTHUR TRI! KEURST
A.B., A.M. Instructor in Piano B.S. in Agri. Assistant Librarian A.B., M.S.E., Ph.D.
Professor of Instructor in CIYLZIIVIIZZHZ of the
Mathematics Vocational Agriculture Education Division
VV. A. STANTON LOUISE MAIKTIN REID HEMPHILL RUTH SYVEET GEORGE NIGHTINGALE
B.S., B.S. in L.S., M.A. A.B., M.A. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. B.S. in Ed., A.M. B.S., M.A., Ed.D.
Librarian Associate Professor of Chairman of the Associate Professor of Professor of ,lrt
Health and Physical Graduate Council Education E
C. F. MARTIN LUCILLE MORGAN THELMA BRYANT ROLLA WOOD CLIFTON A. BURMEISTER
B.A., M.A. R.N. B.S. in Ed., A.B. B.S. in Ed., M.A. B.A., M.Mus.
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PAUL R. UTT ANNE G. HARRIS WILLIAM F. KNOX MARIE TODD DEAN MCINTYRE
B.M.,M.M. B.S.D., A.B., A.M. B.S., A.M., Ph.D. Ph.B., A.M. Vele1'un's Adlfisor
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wan 5 Associate Professor of Chazrman of the Associate Professor of Associate Professor of
Education Health ana' Physical Agriculture Home Economics
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E NELL EVANS ROBERT GOETZ LAURA NAHRI ICIE IOHNSON IRENE FREEMAN
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MAGDALEN HENDRIX URBAN BERLEKAMP HAZEL CROUNSE CHARLES SANDERS FRED LASLEY
A.B., M.S. B.S. in Ed. Secretary for Laboratory B.S. in Ed. B.S. in Ed. MINNIERUCK
Associate Professor of Itinerant Agriculture School Itinerant Agriculture Itinerant Agriculture A551-'mm In Bu'
Music Instructor Instructor Instructor 017556
DMERSON EIEITH I BETTY BRUCE EDNA S. BILLINGS OSCAR HAXKVKSLEY LOREN AKERS B.S., MS.,
Itinwwgl. E rlwcgdlure X nstzuctor zn Speech Organ Instructor B.S., U .B.A., M.A. Chairman of
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56,5166 Associate Professor of College ,Dietitian Director of Recreation M.S. in Com. Business Secretary
lnclustrial Arts Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of
Home Economics Commerce '
MINNIE RUCKER LORRAINE POLZIN SAM P. HEWITT DOROTHY BAKER MONI.A C. MORRIS
Assistant in Business Personnel Secretary BS., M. Ed., Ph.D. Assistant Secretary A.B., B.S. in Ed., A.M
Office l Associate Professor of Business Ofice Instructor in Social
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EVELYN EAKER PAT DIEHL MARILAWVAN MAHAN MAIKIAN C. MIXNZER
B. Music Secretary to Dean of B.S. in Ed., M.A. AB.
Director of Yeater Hall Wotnen Assistant Professor of ' Secretary to Dean o
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LILLIAN RACES BARRICK HAROLD SVANOE
B.S. in Ed. A.B., M.A.
f 'i Regigmzr Associate Professor of
O. A. MARTI RUTH FITZGEARLD ARUBA CHARLTON EVELYN SIMS CLAIRE CHRISTOPHER
M.A., B.D.,PlI.D. AB., BS., A.M. Ph.B., M.A. - B.S. Assistant Librizrian
Associate Professor of Associczle Professor of Associate Professor of Instructor of Art
Social Science Education Education
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Assistant Professor of Visual
MRS. I-I. H. BAss
Laboratory School Librarian
B.S. in Ed.
Instructor in Laboratory School
B.S. in Ed., M.A.
Associate Professor of Music
' MARY FOLEY
B.S. in Ed.
Associate Professor of Art
Professor of Home Econornzcs
B.S. in Ed., A.M.
Associate Professor of Social Science
O. L. HoUTs
BS. in Ed., A.B.
Dean of Women, Emeritus
Instructor in Music
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MAIRX' ELEANOR COFPIELD Carthage, Missouri
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ELBERT N. BRUCE Vl7fll'l'6'115bZftI'g', Missouri
Lois GREEN Sedalia, Missouri
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HAROLD R. IoHNsoN Bates City, Missouri
Alpha Phi Omegag Vice President of Independent Men.
NORAii BELMONTE La Paz, Bolivia
Hendricks Societyg Foreign Language Clubg Beta Alpha,
ARLINE C. CHATBURN Lamoni, Ioufa
Hendricks Societyg Y.W.C.A.g 'Association of Childhood
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Vice President of Alpha Phi Omega ,47-,485 Phi Sigma
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Rum EVELYN CLAIQK Kansas City, Missouri
Alpha Sigma Alphag Beta Alphag Alpha Phi Deltag
Kappa Delta Pig Association of Childhood Education.
Alpha Phi Delta.
Los Angeles, California
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Kansas City, Missouri
Sigma Tau Gammag "WU Club, Presidentg Footballg
Rich m ond, Missouri
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MARY R. SI-IAW Beanfian, Missouri
Alpha Phi Deltag Crescendo Clubg Foreign Language
Clubg Wesley Chumsg Orchestrag Bandg Chorus.
WANDA P. SMITH Liberty, Missouri
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MARY E. WILLIAMS Sealalia, Missouri
Baptist Student Uniong Alpla Phi Deltag Speech Arts
Clubg International Relations Clubg Y.W.A.
MADELINE GARNETT Centcrtoufn, Missouri
MARY V. SAXTON Warrensburg, Missouri
Crescendo Clubg Alpha Phi Sigmag Alpha Phi Deltag
Kappa Delta Pi.
RICI-I PRICE Gooding, Idaho
International Relations Club.
ARNOLD L. COPPAKEN Kansas City, Missouri
Sigma Tau Gammag Alpha Phi Omega.
BILLY RAY O,DELL Warrensburg, Missouri
Kappa Sigma Kappag V. President of Iunior Class ,47-
'48g Foreign Language Club.
ROSEANNE BYRAM Warrensburg, Missouri
Pi Kappa Sigma, Secretary ,47-,48.
ROBERT LANDSBERG Britt, Iowa
Phi Sigma Epsilon, V. President of Senior Class, Beta
Alpha, Art Editor of Rhetor ,46-,47.
Iol-IN F. KNAPP Warrensburg, Missouri
CORNELIUS I. KOESTER Stover, Missouri
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Treasurer 747, Phi Sigma Pig Presi-
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EVELYN M. KUECK Concordia, Missouri
Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Omega Pi, V. President ,47Q For-
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LABERNE L. IoNEs Ellqland, Missouri
President of Student Council '47-,483 Sigma Tau Gam-
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Louis N. WHITEHEAD Logan, Iowa
Kappa Delta Pig Phi Sigma Pi, Speech Arts Club,
College Plays, "Ladies in Retirement," "The Little
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LLOYD B. MCFERREN Kansas City, Missouri
WILLIAM L. GRIGSBY Warrensburg, Missouri
BARBARA I. ETTER Warrensburg, Missouri
P1 Kappa Sigma, WVomen's Recreational Association,
Alpha Phi Delta.
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Sigma Tau Gamma, Phi Sigma Pig Football.
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'48g International Relations Club.
DAVID K. STEWART Kansas City, Kaus.
Alpha Phi Omega, President '46-,473 Rhetor Editor-in-
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CLIFFORD R. KEISKER Chamois, Missouri
Kappa Delta Pi
I. DALE BOYD Warrenshurg, Missouri
Phi Sigma Epsilong Phi Sigma Pig "Wi, Club.
LOUISE L. MAYFIELD Warrenshurg, Missouri
Alpha Phi Deltag Delta Sigma Epsilong Pi Omega
Pig Student Damesg Commerce Club.
WESTLE B. MILLS Rich Hill, Missouri
LAVERNE STEVVART La M oizte, Missouri
Association Of Childhood Educationg Future Teachers
of Americag W.S.G.A.g Counselor at Yeater Hall.
ANN H. CABIPBELL Orrick, Nlissouri
HUBERT L. NIADISON VVlI1'1'6'71-fbwg, Missouri
DEAN R. CooK Kansas City, Missoarz'
Alpha Phi Omegag Sigma Tau Gammag Foothallg Sports
Editor 4'Student,', '46-'47.
ESTHER M. BORGIVIAN Wellington, Missouri
Kappa Omicron Phi, Presidentg Kappa Delta Pig Alpha
Phi Deltag Alpha Phi Sigmag Assistant in Home Eco-
nomics Departmentg Whois Who in American Colleges
and Universities, '46-'47.
NORMAN H. FULTON Sedalia, Missouri
MARVALENA RAKER Holden, Missouri
Alpha Phi Sigmag Alpha Phi Deltag Commerce Clubg
Pi Omega Pig Baptist Student Uniong Y.W.A.
WILLIAM H. BUSH
JAMES L. CHEDESTER
NEAL S. CAMPBELL
MARY K. MYERS
M isso uri
Association of Childhood Educationg Parent Teachers
Associationg Future Teachers of Americag W.S.G.A.g
Yeater Hall Counsellor.
PAUL RAUTUS V U Brainerd, Minnesota
Phi Sigma Pig Phi Sigma Epsilon.
WILLIANI D. REAVIS Warensbztrg, Missouri
Phi Sigma Epsilong Phi Sigma Pig Speech Arts Clubg
President of Senior Class ,47-,48g Whois Who in Ameri-
can Colleges and Universities ,47-,48.
IAMES H. MCD
JOHN RECTOR DI
MELVIN E. FRAI1
BRICE BLANE D
BEULAH I. GUTR
348g Alpha f
ROBERT D. ELLI
BILLY C. BORGST
LOUISE MAY FIL
NL-XRY L. FOSTER
'as City, Missouri
3 Footballg Sports
Delta Pig Alpha
it in Home Eco-
sas City, Missouri
sas City, Missouri
isas City, Missouri
Speech Arts Clubg
fs Who in Ameri-
EMMA LEE D1xoN
Alpha Phi Delta,
JAMES H. MCDONALD
JOHN RECTOR DOLAN
MELv1N E. FRANCIS
Phi Sigma Pig Stu
BRICE BLANE DURBIN
BEULAH I. GUTRIDGE
President ,47-'483 Alpha Phi Sigma.
Kansas City, Missouri
Fort Madison, Iowa
dent Ministerial Alliance.
North Kansas City, Missouri
President of W.S.G.A. '47-'48g Alpha Phi Sigmag Pi
Omega Pig Secretary-Treasurer of Commerce Club ,47-
'485 Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pig Student Council,
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, ,47-
ROBERT D. ELLER
BILLY C. BORGSTADT
NW" Clubg Sigma
LOUISE MAY FILGER
H igginsville, Missouri
Tau Gamma. I
Y.W.C.A.g Association of Childhood Education, Future
Teachers of America' Al ha Phi Delta, Hendricks
U s P
MARY L. FOSTER
W arrensburg, Missouri
Alpha Phi Sigmag Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Omicron
CARL R. WIGGINS
Kansas City, Missouri
Sigma Tau Gammag Zeta Kappa Epsilon.
DOROTHY MAE WIGGINS
GARRETT L. OlDELL
IOHN G. KNOX
Phi Sigma Epsilon,
GERALD O. LACHNER
ELVERA M. Fox
GRLYN O. LOCKARD
Baptist Student Union.
HAROLD E. DAVIS
International Relations Clubg A
CECIL ROBERT KELSO
Kappa Mu Epsilon.
EVERETT E. IONES
Kansas City, Missouri
V. President ,47-'48, "W" Club.
St. Charles, Missouri
ll School Play ,46.
Maclqs Creek, Missouri
CAROLYN B. WA
BILLIE ANN STD
tion of Chii
RALPH W. WEL4
IAMES C. WELCI
REX E. STERLINC
Phi Sigma f
Pi Omega I
GLENN A. GILBZ
CLYDE R. WILSO
Kappa Mu l
IOHN K. WIRT
s City, Missouri
s City, Missouri s
33 GW" Club.
ol Play '46.
CAROLYN B. WAGONER Odessa, Missouri
Alpha Phi Deltag Y.W.C.A.g Wesley Chumsg Speech
BILLIE ANN STEWART Henrietta, Missouri
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Keeper of Grades '47-'48g Associa-
tion of Childhood Education. A
RALPH W. WELCH South Gate, California
IAMES C. WELCH Safe, Missouri
Treasurer of Baptist Student Union '47-,48.
REX E. STERLING Warrensburg, Missouri
Phi Sigma Epsilon.
BERNECE SCHOTT Warrensburg, Missouri
Graduate Studentg Delta Sigma Epsilon.
ELLEN I. WAY Grandview, Missouri
Pi Omega Pi.
GLENN A. GILBERT Warrensbur Missouri
Graduate Studentg Sigma Tau Gammag Alpha Phi
Omega, Kappa Mu Epsilong Phi Sigma Pig Science
CLYDE R. WILSON 'Warrensburg, Missouri
Kappa Mu Epsilon.
l0IIN K. WIRT Los Angeles, California
IIIternational Relations Clubg Graduate Studentg Future
Teachers of Americag Phi Sigma Pi, Treasurer '47-,48.
HARVEY L. BUSH Kunsus City, Missouri
Kappa Sigma Kappa, Segt. at Arms ,46-'47g V. President
of Student Council '47-,48.
AMES O FETTERS Ruytouln, Missouri
Crescendo Club President ,46-,47Q Essig Troupe.
MELVIN V ENKINS St. Ioseph, Missouri
LEO BEHRENS Cole Camp, Missouri
Phi Sigma P1 Crescendo Club, Treasurer ,47-,48Q Bandg
Orchestra Madrigal Choir.
ULIA Lou DEMASTERS Holden, Missouri
Alpha Sigma Alpha V President ,47-'48g Women's
Recreational Association Colhecon.
REAVIS N MANKING Lexington, Missouri
Phi Sigma Epsilon President '47-,48g Phi Sigma Pig
Who s Who In Amer1can Colleges and Universities ,47-
HELEN L BELL Kansas City, Missouri
Association Childhood Educationg Future Teachers of
House Council of Yeater Hall.
KATHLEEN FAIEN Stover, Missouri
Alpha Phi Delta Alpha Phi Sigmag Womenls Recrea-
tional Association President ,46-,473 Dolphinsg Orchesisg
Delta Sigma Epsilon Whds Who in American Col-
leges and Universities 47348.
BERNA DEANE RIST Leafs Summit, Missouri
Kappa Delta P1 Alpha Phi Deltag Foreign Language
Club Future Teachers of Americag Kappa Mu Epsilon,
Treasurer 47 48 Whos Who in American Colleges
and Universities 47 48
NORMA MCDONOUGH Osborn, Missouri
Alpha Phi Delta Kappa Ornicron Phi, Colhecon.
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America, V. President '47-,485 Secretary-Treasurer
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'46g Who's N
LESLIE WARD LA
.7, V. President
r '47-,48, Band,
Phi Sigma Pi,
s City, Missouri
ire Teachers of
:tary - Treasurer
:pa Mu Epsilon,
ROBERT MAsoN VVtzrrensburg, Missouri
Kappa Sigma Kappa, President '46.
HELEN ZEHENDNER Iejerson City, Missouri
Kappa Omicron Phi, Secretary, Alpha Phi Delta,
Colhecon, President ,47.
Lincoln Park, Michigan
Ieferson City, Missouri
i Archie, Missouri
Alpha Phi Delta, Vice President, Alpha Phi Sigma,
President, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Secretary, Crescendo
ROBERT PINKERTON Kansas City, Missouri
International Relations Club, Future Teachers or Amer-
ica, Treasurer, Kappa Sigma Kappa, Track.
GERTRUDE LOHMAN Concordia, Missouri
BEVERLY WOLFRUM Eldon, Missouri
Pi Kappa Sigma, Vice President '44-,45, Treasurer ,45-
'46, Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities,
LESLIE WARD LACEY Green Ridge, Missouri
RALPH ABPLANALP Grant City, Missouri
Baptist Student Union, Vice-President.
KENTON TURNER Springfeld, Missouri
DOROTHY MARIE WRIGHT Kansas Czty Mzssoufz
Alpha Phi Delta Commerce Club Kappa Delta P1
P1 Omega P1 President 47 48 FTA YWCA
THOMAS SWANSON Kansas Czty Mzssouzz
Alpha Phi Omega
ARTHUR ZIEGLER A1 nold Mzssoufz
IESSE TEVIS Hugewzlle Mzsxouzz
PEGGY KARM Independence Mzssowz
Amadrams President 46 47 Student Council Secretary
46 Treasurer 47 Speech Arts Secretary 46 Secretary
of Senior Class 47 Delta Sigma Epsilon Secretary 46
ALVIN WOODBURN Paz nel! Mzssouzz
WELDON WINTER St Lows Mmouzz
IOHN ECKMAN Cmtfzage Mzssouiz
Student Council 46 48 Modern Foreign Lan uage
Club President 46 47 Cosmopolitan Club Inter
national Relations Club Kappa Sigma Kappa
SAMUEL R. I
IANIE F I-IE5
BETTY IANE I
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FLORENCE L. GODDARD Versailles, Missouri
Association of Childhood Education, Vice-President ,47-
'48, Yeater Hall Counsellor '47-'48, Alpha Sigma Alpha.
SAINIUEL R. HERNDON Warrenslvurg, Missouri
Sigma Tau Gamma, Saga Reporter '47-,483 Kappa Mu
Epsilon, President '47-'48, Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer
,46-'47, Vice President '47-348.
KENNETH DALE I-IEYING
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Sigma Epsilon.
IANE F. HESTER Mission, Kansas
WALLACE W. HEISNER Sufeet Springs, Missouri
LAVERNE E. FICKAS Warrensburg, Missouri
Theta Sigma Upsilon, President '47-'48.
BETTY IANE HEIM St. Louis, Missouri
IACK W. DELP1-I Sedalia, Missouri
International Relations Club.
CARROLL P. HURD Sweet Springs, Missouri
Phi Sigma Pig Speech Arts Club.
LUCY K. FISCHER Garden City, Missouri
Alpha Phi Sigma, Colhecon.
IBN FANG FU China
WILLIAM FURKIN Wurrensburg, Missouri
Phi Sigma Epsilon Corresponding Secretary '46.
MERLE HENRY Wurrensburg, Missouri
CHIH LIANG OU China
VERCIL OGLEIVE Hoden, Missouri
lndependent Men President
PATRICK MCGINNESS Wurrensburg, Missouri
Phi Sigma Epsilon Historian 47 Alpha Phi Omega,
President 46 International Relations Clubg Student
Council V1cePresIdent 46
Kappa Sigma Kappa Kappa Mu Epsilong "W" Club.
MERLIN WARNKE Stover, Missouri
A.C.E.g Future Teachers of Americag Student Dames.
JOHN HANSSEN Leington, Missouri
Kappa Sigma Kappag International Relations Club.
s , aiiss
HAROLD PEABODY Nevada, Missouri
HELEN Cow DEN W'urrensburg, Missouri
JAMES O. MI
NORMAN K. l
GRACE M. RI
CHARLES E. l
MARION D. E
DAVID L. CRc
DALE L. MON
IAIVIES M. BLA
EVA NELL RA
ia Phi Omega,
ang "W" Club.
IAMES O. MILLER Slater, Missouri
Vice President of Independent Men ,47-,483 Treasurer
of Speech Arts Club '47-,483 President of Pi Kappa
NORMAN K. LUTTRELL
Phi Sigma Pig Wh
GRACE M. REUTER
ois Who in American Colleges and
Future Teachers of Americag Hendricks Societyg Asso-
ciation of Childhood Education.
CHARLES E. MILLER
MARION D. BAHR
DAVID L. CROCKETT
DALE L. MONTGOMERY
IAIMBS M. BLAIR
Phi Sigma Epsilong
Alpha Phi Omega.
Hendricks Society, V. President '46-,47g Kappa Delta
Pig Alpha Phi Deltag Alpha Phi Sigmag Wesley Chumsg
EVA NELL RAINES
Pi Omega Pi.
P. LANVRENCE DANIELS WlY1'1'6f155W'g, M1'f50W'f
Kappa Delta Pi, President '47-'48g Phi Sigma Pi, Presi-
dent '46-,47g Zeta Kappa Epsilong Future Teachers of
STANLEY DIEHL ,
I. L. EVANS
PHIL C. ST. MARTIN
A. A. CLARK
' MARJORIE F. TRIPP
RALPII L. MARTIN
IOIIN R. CRAIVIER
SALLIE E. FOREMAN
VINCENT P. HEEMBIKOCK
GERALD V. WALKER
DORIS M. GREGG
LOREN A. GIVIN
CHARLES W. MAUPIN
BILL T. HARVEY
GUY M. ELSTEN
WILLIAM DAVID DEHARDT
CY H. S
AIQDELLA M. STUCKER
CLYDE H. TINSLEY
MARGARET S. BELL
LESLIE L. GALBRAITH
DOROTHY I. FIGHT
JAMES R. SANTMYER
GLADYS E. WILCOX
CLAYTA E. TEATER
GG RUTH E. FORD
,IAUPIN CY I-I. SMITH
HOWARD E. HEIDBRINK
BETTY S. GLASSCOCK
WILLIAM D. MARSHALL
MARY ANN MASSEY
HAROLD H. FERGUSON
FRANCIS L. DAUGHERTY
DELLA R. BALES
FINIS T. SAUNDERS
BARBARA LEE BALL
CHARLES D. FERRIL
SHIRLEY A. FIETI-I
GEORGE E. DULEY
NIARA L. SAUNDERS
KENNETH G. STEWART
WILLIQALI MAX XIOIGHT
IAIMES W. BULLARD
ALLEN C. CARPENTER
IAAIES V. CAREY
ROBERT M. OVERSTREET
MIRIAM V. WETZEL
NTARY E. COOPER
IAIMES E. CURTIS
WILLSON O. CROUNSE
CHARLES N. GREENWOOD FERN E. THI
ANNA SUE BROWN A. P.
HAROLD C. HEES
BARRETT W. BERRIDGE
MILDRED M. FREDDE IOE WOLE
WILLIANI M. FISHER BERTP
WILLIAM T. BREWSTER BIIABEL MOK
ALBERT D. IACKSON HAROI
SAM D. CLAVVSON
A. B. SPEARS P
KENNETH E. SANDS
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FERN E. THOMPSON
A. P. MCCORMAOK
MARY L. MERTEL
RRIDGE DAVID L. UNDERWOOD
VICTOR C. WILSON
HAROLD R. WOODS
PAUL E. WOODLAND
3N LLOYD M. NICDOXVELL
RUBY N. ENGLISH
KNDS ALICE MARIE DIEFENDORF
CHARLES F. PITTS
VERNON D. VVILSON
BETTY I. MOMILLIN
GENE PAT BURKE
44' H FRANCES CHEDESTER
ORAN A. KLEIN
NANCH' L. CONNETT
IOHN R. CROCKER
A RICHARD E. NIAGERS
EVA IO COOPER
BILLY A. KEYS
PATRICIA A. PHARRIS
OTTC LEE KINDER
4ERNEST W. KRANER
IACK K. KROESEN
NED D. KROHN
TREVA R. STRAW
THOMAS C. PERRY
ANNA M. OSBORNE
RICHARD M. REINHARD
JACK A. QUICK
IAMES L. OTTINGER
IAIXIES PRICE, IR.
b I-I. MCCDY MURRY
FAYE E. WINPREY
ROBERT L. REYNOLDS
DONALD E. LACEY
IAMES D. LACEY
EDWARD C. LOWVRY
IUANITA F. LOTTA
JACK B. MAIB
LILBURN L. LUIIN
HERBERT V. MEYER
I-IOMER T. SEATON, IR.
DAN W. HA
PEGGIE R. If
DAN W. HIXRDEN
HUBERT A. WEST
GEORGE A. BENNINGTON
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PEGGIE R. HOLLIDAY
HARRY R. HUEE
LUIIN CHARLES E. STENVART
HAWARD M. VAUGHAM
MARIORIE W. I-IELVEY
AATON, IR. HARRY R. HUXOL
FRANCIS V. THOMAS
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ANNA SUE HOEMAN
KENNETH W. HOEHNS
CLARK W. WERNTZ
HAROLD L. VAN TUYL
NORMA I. SLOAN
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HALE S. HICKS
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SERVICE was again the motto of the Beta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Phi
Omega. Throughout the year the members of Alpha Phi Omega, all former
members of the Boy Scouts of America, strove to be of service to school and
community by sponsoring worthwhile projects on the campus and in the
'Some of the outstanding services were: sponsorship of the "March of
Dimes" for the Infantile Paralysis Drive, the collection of funds for and the
giving of Christmas baskets to several needy families, a Kampus Kleanup
Kampaign, an Activities Calendar and a Freshman Play Night.
The Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity was founded December 16, IQ25, at
Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania. Since that time the organization
has grown into the largest fraternity in the United States with over 145
chapters. Chapters of the fraternity have been established at such universities
and colleges as Yale, Stanford, Southern California, Illinois, Michigan, and
Harvard. The local chapter was chartered in 1938.
The faculty sponsor of Alpha Phi Omega is Mr. R. E. Smith.
LPH PHI 0
Bob Meuschke 4
lZ3,tiO1'1 Front Row: Iack Kolb, O. A. Klein, Howard E. Rush, Iohn Hamssen.
Roux II. Bill Breed, Robert Evans, Kenneth Stewart, R. E. Smith, Dean R. Cook, Sammy Overfelt.
Cr I Row III. Charles Farmer, M. C. Adams, William H. Marchkanks, David Duensing, Patrick Mcginnes,
45 Richard E. Findley.
, , Row IV. William H. Owens, Iohnnie Hoff, Gordon Brown, Sammy Vaughn, Ierry McDaniels, Samuel
CISIUCS R. Herndon, David K. Stewart.
Row V. Iohn R. Crocker, Cy Smith, Robert E. Meuschke, Iames Jones, Harold R. lohnson, Thomas
H and F. Swanson, Iack DeHardt, W. Walloch.
Summer - Fall ,47
Dean Cook President
Bill Bradshaw ISE. Vice-president Sam Herndon
Richard Findley 2nd, Vice-president
Howard Rush grd. Vice-president Iohn Crocker
l Kenneth Stewart Secretary ICTYY MCD3Ulfl
W Randall Miller Treasurer Howard RUSII
Sgt. at Arms
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.Zefa .Zefa Gkapfer
Alpha Sigma Alpha was founded November 15, 1901, at State Female
Normal School, Farmville, Virginia. Alpha Sigma Alpha decided to restrict
its chapters to teachers colleges and schools of education in universities at its
historic convention at Miami University during Thanksgiving week, 1914. The
chapter on this campus was begun in' the form of the Double X club in 1917.
After a petition for admittance was accepted in 1919 by Alpha Sigma Alphais
national council, Zeta Zeta chapter was formally installed April 4, 1919, with
thirty-two charter members.
This year the sorority started with ten members. During the year two other
members returned to the chapter, and twenty-five girls were pledged making
a total membership of thirty-seven members. During the year the Alpha Sigs
have had two formal dances as well as their rush parties and Founder's Day
Banquet on November 15. The achievement this chapter is most proud of
is the winning of the scholarship cup..in November, 1947.
The sorority has always sought "young women of fine family background,
high ideals, good intellect, and personal attractiveness."
Faculty sponsors are Mrs. Loyd Grimes and Mrs. Lucas Sterne.
LPHA SIGMA ALPHA
Front Roux: Shirley Ann Fieth, Bettye Yvonne Ellsworth, Barbara R. Bennett, Ioanne Murrry Arlene
Marilyn Mereness, Ruth Evelyn Clark, Norma lean Sloan.
Row II. Mrs. L. F. Sterne, Iulia L. DeMasters, Eva Anne McNeel, lean Sontag, Betty Anne Kirby
Ruth Lee Swigert, Mrs. Loyd E. Grimes.
Row III, Della Bales, Mary Brady, Florence Goddard, Peggy Pearce, Catherine Crowley, Billie Ruth Frey
Serena Engelbart, Lee Ball, Helen Taylor.
Row IV. Laura Swanson, Mabel McKinstry, Helen Butcher, Sue Anderson, Betty Hifner, Evelyn Neitzert
Pat Eppinger, Ellen Buck, Marilyn Thee, Doris lean Snodgress.
Ruth Lee Swigert
Iulia Lou DeMasters
Ruth Evelyn Clark
Doris lean Snodgrass
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Psi, the twenty-third chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon, one of the youngest
of the five social sororities on the campus, Was organized April 14, 1927. Delta
Sigma encourages its members to be co-operative students by taking active parts
in honor, departmental, and gener.al organizations on the campus, as Well as
social groups. During the latter part of the 1947-48 school year, the chapter
increased its roll by initiating pledges.
R Among the activities held this year were a Preferential Dinner, two informal
rush parties, a pledge "Come as you are" breakfast, and a "Delta Wonderland"
December 6, 7, and 8, of the past year, three active members of the local
chapter, accompanied by the chapter co-sponsor and the national president,
attended .a national meeting of Delta Sigs at Arkansas State Teachers College,
A national conclave is to be held August 22 to 25 of the coming summer at
Biloxi, Mississippi, and the local chapter plans to send representatives to the
The faculty sponsor is Miss Gertrude Hosey, co-sponsor is Miss Lillian
ll,L'lA SGM EPSILU
Fran! Row: Lillian Rages, Wanda Ramsey, Dorris Witt, Anna Mae Price, LaVaughn Salyer, Virginia Allen.
Row II: Margie Brown, Rae Dene Battin, Louise Mayfield, Ruth Oberwortmann, Quin Ledke, Bernece
Schott, Bettie Baker, Margaret Rages.
Row III. Pat Pharris, Carolyn Ekern, Helen Bell, Dottie Sheets, Pat Davis, Doris Gregg, Miss Gertrude
Hosey, Peggy Karm. '
Row IV. Madelon Cato, Marty Irwin, Katie Fajen, Dottie Weir, Iean Pinkerton, Iacie Chapman,
Barbara Aven, Io Ann Iohnson, Ioyce Clevenger, Ruth Ann Parkhurst.
President Margaret Rages
Secretary Doris Witt
Treasurer Doris Gregg
Seeing the need for a stronger, more worthwhile student group, the
Independent Men's Organization .and the Hendricks Society combined in the
fall of 1947 to form the Independent Students Organization.
The organization has as its purpose the betterment of student life at
C.M.S.C. by providing an opportunity for the expression of views and opinions
to those who do not belong to Greek letter fraternities or sororities. Member-
ship is not contingent upon any factor, nor are there any initiation ceremonies.
,This year saw the Independents capture the intramural basketball title,
and finish near the top in other sports events on the intramural calendar, with
plans being made for active participation in the spring baseball tournament.
The Independents won the extemporaneous speaking event of the speech arts
department's annual series of speaking events-, and participated vigorously in
the campaign for the election of student council ofificers and representatives.
On April 23 the organization held a spring party at the College shelter house.
The organization is potentiallythe largest student group on the campus,
and this year's growth was slowly but' steadily increasing the membership of
The faculty sponsors are Dr. Laura I. Nahm and Mr. E. R. Foster.
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Row I. Charlene Homfeld, Betty Beek, Nancy Wilson, Dorothy Lee Hollenbeck, Pat A. Davis, Ruth
Ford, Emma Lee Dixon.
Row II. Iuana Grove, Madelain Garnett, Arlene Gillilan, Velma Firth, Eleanor Coflield, Paula Griflith,
Anna Lou Pine.
Row III. Victor C. Wilson, Don Higgins, Edith Threlkeld, Grace Reuter, Laura Nahm, Emile Hoehne,
Robert Dankenbring, Harold Woods.
Row IV. Hugh Burton, A, L. Ziegler, Iohn Clarke, Iames M. Spurgeon, Iames O. Miller, Thomas E.
Smith, Iessie B, Tevis, Forest Nolte, E. R. Foster.
President Iames Miller
Vice-President P31113 Grifiith
Secretary Emma Lee Dixon
Treasurer Forrest Nolte
Psi Chapter was installed on the campus in April, 1947, as the twenty-fifth
chapter of a national social fraternity that was organized at Virginia Military
Institute in 1867.
The Kappa rush smoker in the fall attracted more than 70 guests to the
dining room at Rigglels in September. Dancing in the shelter house followed
by a Weiner roast and bean supper featured the fraternity's Hallowe'en party
at the college farm. ln the season before Christmas, the fraternity entertained
a seasonal celebrity, Santa Claus, and crowned Miss Merry Christmas, at its
gala Yuletide dance held in the student lounge. Other social activities of the
year included a mid-Winter rush smoker, and the annual spring formal.
The fraternity also sponsored a bus to carry students to the Rolla-MULE
football game at Rolla, and a campaign to distribute safety booklets to schools
and boy scout troops of the area.
Mr. Clifton A. Burmeister and Mr. E. F. Low are the faculty sponsors.
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VICC Presldent Add1SOH A Clark
Secretary Robert B W1lson
Treasurer W Kenneth Z1nk
Sergeants at Arms Harvey L Bush
lota Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon showed again during the school year
of 1947-48 that they were an asset to C.M.S.C. As in the past, they put stress
on quality rather than quantity, at pledging time, and by this method of
selection kept that spirit of brotherhood burning brightly.
The year 1947 saw the departure of many of the men who had helped
reactivate the fraternity, taking with them fond memories of Phi Sigma
Epsilon. New pledges were added to the chapter during the year and are
helping to keep that spirit alive.
The activities for the year started with the annual steak fry, the first held
since the war. Rush parties and banquets, were followed by the yearly penny
carnival, and a winter favor formal. The yearls events included a new attraction,
the minstrel show, and ended with the annual spring outing held at Sunrise
Beach with the actives, honoraries, alumni, and others, out for a weekend of
boating, swimming, and fishing. A
Dr. Marion Schott, of the laboratory school, a past president of the
fraternity, was made an honorary member of Iota Chapter.
The chapter is under the sponsorship of Mr. Clarence Whiteman.
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Thnd Row Patrrek MeG1nness Dale Heym Clayton Perry Marym Thompson Harry Huxol Harry
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Paul Rautus Iohn R Croelxrr
F1 th Row B111 Worth Howard Campbell Cllff Sehwarta Gerald Walker I Dale Boyd Harold W
Wa ner Temple H Trllman B111 Lau h11n Wrllson Crounsa. W1111am Furlxen
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Lambda Chapter of Pi Kappa Sigma was founded on this campus in 1920.
There are now thirty members in this chapter. The sorority, which is social in
function, participates in school activities and upholds the school spirit.
The Pi Kaps and their rushees powwow-ed Indian fashion over lighted
peace pipes at their September informal rush party. Hallowe'en was celebrated
by a group of Pi Kap hikers who Went treasure hunting, and told ghost stories
in the cabin at the college farm. Pi Kappa Sigma's Hrst formal dance of the
year was given December 6, utilizing a "Winter Wonderland" theme. Several
alumnae of the chapter were guests at the dance, which featured intermission
entertainment by Donna Glick, Barbara Ball, Iean and Ioan Koester.
A Christmas party was held in the home of the chapter president, Mary
Lou Mertel. Activities- of the year also included a spring formal dance.
The purpose of this sorority is to strengthen the character of its members,
to keep pace with broadening democratic ideals, and to give opportunity for
training in initiative and cooperation.
The Faculty sponsor is Mrs. Mildred M. Lass.
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I. Charlotte Bernstein, Nancy Raup Birbara Ball Annie Elwell Pat Cri bs Marilyn Rljbllffl
II. Marjorie Daley, Vernita Stuclter Artlella Stuuker Barbara Etter Charlene Frampton Billie
Cummings, lane Coon.
III. Norma lane Heady, Sue Arehibald Buerly Wolfrum Io Ann Kocbter Patrieia Oxerby Marx
Ann Chamblin, Sue Gelbach, Rosemary Welch
IV. Mrs. Lass, Marilyn Stewart Ceraltline Massey Vivian Baile Barbara Wei ers Ma 5 Lou Mcrtel
Dotty Givan, Yvonne Mankings Donna Glick
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Nu Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma, national social sorority, was installed .
at Central Missouri State College in 1915 with fourteen charter members. It
was the first educational sorority founded at Central Missouri State College,
and has been active continuously since its organizing date.
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During the fall rushing season, twenty pledges were made ready for active
membership that began during the Winter quarter. I
A winter formal dance was given for the pledges by the actives during the
season of "holly and mistletoe," and a definite "Christmas, theme was used.
The Sigma Sigma Sigma spring formal featured a "Heaven', theme.
The close of the school year' found the Tri-Sigs with thirty active members
after the new pledges and been initiated.
The faculty sponsors of the sorority are Miss Mary A. Foley and Miss
IGMA SIGMA SIGMA
Row I. Billie Stewart, Iuila Ann Atkins, lean Damron, Ruth Ann Young, Bettie lean Larcom, lean
McLaughlin, Betty Hopkins.
Row II. Delores Smoyer, Barbara Bennett, Loyce Wilson, Idjo St. Iohn, Ioc Anna Douglas, Mary Ann
Massey, Ioyce Ioan Hopkins.
Row III. Phyllis Grosshcider, Ruby Kreisler, Donna Faust, Ioan Cole, Glenna Courtney, Mary Ellen
Leonard, Marjorie McLaughlin.
Row IV. Doris Wood, Betty Schmidt, Roberta Larcom, Wanda Smith, Betty B. Stevens, Catherine Ann
Vaughn, Alice Iohnson, Mary Frances Fewel.
Those Absent. Donna McQuerry, Rose Marie Thurston, Peggy Bain.
President Betty lean McLaughlin
Vice President Bettie lean Larcum
Secretary Iulia Ann Atkins
Treasurer Ruth Ann Young
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Seventeen young men who desired to perpetuate their student friendship
in a social organization under the faculty sponsorship of the late Dr. W. C.
Morris, presented a petition to the college president stating their fraternal
desires and ideals. The petition was accepted by the college authorities, and
Alpha Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma was installed on the campus of Central
Missouri State College, Iune 28, 1920.
V ,Doctor Emmett Ellis, of the Central Missouri State College faculty was one
of the seventeen original members of Sigma Tau Gamma, and Doctor I. P.
Morris also of the faculty, was an early member of the organization on the
Alpha Chapter's social calendar for the year included the annual Harvest
Dance, the Winter Formal Dance, and the Spring Formal Dance. Alpha Eta
Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma at Cedar Falls, Iowa, was installed during
the past year with the aid of certain members of the local chapter.
The faculty sponsor of the fraternity is Doctor I. P. Morris.
SIGMA 'FAU GAMVIA
Front Row Earle Moer en Gene Iden Geor e Molnar Arnold Coppaken Bert Broclchan Dean Cook
Second Row Ilm Golladay Srd Dana Ned lxrohn Dr Morns sponsor Sam Herndon Ernre Kraner
Ralph Dellln er Brll Root Blll Pence
Fomth Row Walker Thompson, Ralph Martm Inn Belbhe Bob Warnlck Bob Brown Howard Vau hn
lack Rrder Bob Ox erby
F1 zh Row Cess Gilbert Georpe Duley Charles Campbell Hu h Scarbrough Carl WIS lm Howard
Herdbrmk Elmo Lycan Iames Kelly Tom Ford Larry Hewrtt Jack Del-Iardt
Pres1dent Walker Thompson
VICC Presldent W1ll1am Pence
Secretary TOIT1 Ford
Treasurer Sid DaV1S
Chaplam Vance Carroll
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The Alpha Chapter of Theta Sigma Upsilon, social sorority, was founded
at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas, April 15, 1921. Since that
time, twenty chapters have been added. Nu chapter was organized on this
campus in 1929. Theta Sigma Upsilon aims to encourage excellent scholarship
among its members, to foster closer friendship between girls, and to increase
the usefullness of its members to the college.
i Social activitis for the year included a winter formal, in which a "Bubble
Dancen theme was utilized, and a spring formal dance. The Thetas also
participated in campus elections and worthwhile activities throughout the year.
Eight new girls were pledged to Theta Sigma Upsilon's Alpha Chapter
during the Fall and Winter quarters, and all of the new girls have become
active members or will become active members in the near future.
The faculty sponsor of the sorority is Mrs. I. P. Morris.
TIIETA SIGMA PILO
Row I. Dorothy Price, Betty Thomas, Mildred Schlotzhauer, Mary Starke.
Row II. Mrs. I: P. Morris, Maxine Heath, Io Ann Royer, Marilyn Williams, Elizabeth McCloud, Bev
Row III. Iean Kanoy, Mary Grace Slifer, Mary Louise Herndon, Roma Anna Schroeder, LaVerne Fickns,
President Laverne Fickas
Vice-President Mary Grace Slifer
Secretary Mary Louise Herndon
Treasurer Beverly Brown
Editor Mary Starke
Top Row: Wilcox, Iackson, Laughlin,
Whitehead. Firrz Row: Karm, Myers,
C0 llIOI'0Ll'I'A CL ll
Through the initiative of I5 students, representing nations of four continents, the Cosmopolitan
Club was organized in the fall of 1947. Following the adoption of a constitution which was subsequently
approved by the administration, the group elected officers. The Club, composed of all the foreign
students on the campus as well as many North Americans-, promotes international understanding with
a program that includes both social and cultural activities. Fabio Gonzales, of Heredia, Costa Rica, was
the charter president, Miss Elizabeth Callaway is the faculty sponsor.
Top Row: Dr. Brown, Seaton, Hey-
ing, Iaeger, Hewitt, Dr. Hemphill.
Firsl Row: Kelso, Stewart, Fight, Hern-
don. . ' '
President .,,,,....,.... Sam Herndon
Vice-president ...... Larry Hewitt
Secretary ...............,,. Pat Stewart
Treasurer ...... Berna Deane Rist
nity is rec
of Dr. C.
1 Rica, was
'l'Illl'F ALPHA PHI
The local chapter of Theta Alpha Phi was i t ll d h
college dramatics- department secured affiliation with the National D
nity is recognized as one of the two outstanding dramatic fraternities in the United States. Eligibility
is determined by participation in dramatic productions on the campus. Eight members of the college
dramatics department were eligible for membership when the local chapter was organized. The eligibles
had appeared in such campus productions as, "Arsenic and Old Lacef, and f'The Monkey's Pawf'
Top Row: Dean Grimes. Miss Calla-
way, Threlkclrl, Todd, Pinkerton, lf.
Alvardo. Scroml Row: Champion, Hola
aday, Shepherd, Ashens, Ulloa. Firrf
Row: Tan, Cooper, Marquis, Belmonte,
President ,,,.,.c...,, Thomas Todd
Vice-president ,. Frank Champion
Secretary .,...,,..,,,.. Iohn Eckman
Treasurer .,...,,.,c Oscar Alvarado
it PM EP lin
Kappa Mu Epsilon is a professional mathematics fraternity for four-year accredited colleges. Mis-
souri Beta Chapter was formally installed on the campus, Iune Io, 1939, when the campus mathematical
organization, the Euclidean Club, affiliated with the national mathematics fraternity. The members are
teachers of college mathematics and college students majoring or minoring in mathematics, who have-
completed prescribed mathematic courses. Discussions are held on mathematical instruments and' on
the applications of mathematics in the other departments. The organization is under the sponsorship
of Dr. C. H. Brown.
ns a e on t e campus during the past year when the
ramatics Fraternity. This Frater-
Organized in IQ3Q-40, this organization gave its first public swimming performance on March 28,
1940, and has given an annual spring show each succeeding year. The aims are to provide an opportunity
for advanced swimmers to learn fancy swimming, group sychronized swimming, and to participate in
productions. Entrance requirements are endurance, form, versatility, and dive. Miss Helen Iamieson is
the faculty sponsor. E
Top Row: Miss Tetley, Way, Wright,
Keuck, Raines. Sammi Row: Mr. Lucas,
Mayfield, Raker, Fredde, Gutridge,
President ........ Dorothy Wright
Vice-president .,.. Evelyn Kueck
Secretary ........ Marvalena Raker
Treasurer .......... Mildred Fredde
THE H M CLUB
The HW" Club was organized in 1895 to promote fellowship and friendship, interest and participa-
tion in sport activities, and social activities within the club and college, to be a leading factor in the
development of character and student morale, to render service to the college, and to develop leadership.
Among the requirements for membership is that the candidate must have earned an athletic letter
award. Mr. Clarence M. Whiteman is the faculty sponsor.
tin, Winfrey, S
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Hates, Boyd. I
Jn March 28,
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J Row: Mr. Lucas,
factor in the
President ..........,,...,,,,. Dotty Weir
Top Row: Douglas, Wood, Faien,
Thompson, Weir, Chapman, Stronger,
Osborne. Second Row: Swanson, Mar-
tin, Winfrey, Schweer, Frampton, Glick.
Tfzirzi Row: Marquis, Griggs, Hop-
kins, Grove, Holiday, Maylee.
The local chapter of Pi Omega P1, a national honorary fraternity for commercial educators, was
organized in the summer of 1947, and was formally installed in Ianuary 1948 The organization
encourages interest and scholarship in commerce and fosters high ethical standards in business and
professional life. Membership is open to students of sophomore standing or better Who have successfully
pursued a minimum of I5 hours of commerce and education The faculty sponsor is Miss Gladys Tetley
President ,,,,,,.,...,,, Kenneth Bass
Vice-president ..,,.... Artie Elwell
Secretary ,,.,.r,.-,,, Dave DeHardt
Top Row: Cassing, Branson, Buxton,
Bates, Bo'd, Kev, Murry, Heembrock,
Welch. Second Row: Goodwin, Borg-
stadt, Hanna, Bass, Brewster, Stiege-
meicr, Bennington. Third Row: De-
Hardt, Minter, Tometie, Paule, Wolf,
McMcekin, Calvert, Fourth Row:
Chandler, Elwell, Dayton, Sutton, Mc-
President ,....... Donna Lee Glick
Firrt Row: Sheets, Lidke, Allen, Gil-
more. Top Row: Chapman, Oberwort-
3 mann, Fajen, Irwin, Davis, Glick.
P ll P U L UB
The Pep Club was reorganized early this year under the sponsorship of Mr. H. F. Baltz. A dele-
gation of Pep Club members and cheer leaders was sent to the MULEgRolla football game in October,
and the pepper-uppers were on hand at all home football and basketball games. During the basketball
season the club received new coverall type White uniforms, with HMULESM stiched across the backs.
President .....,.,,. Carroll Hurd
Vice-president ....,,,. Omer Helvey
Secretary .............. Marion Tucker
Treasurer ...... .,,..,,. I ohn Wirt
Top Row: Evans, Bruce, Tucker,
McDaniel, Behrens, Whitehead, Wirt.
First Row: Hurd, Kuhn, Daniels, Hel-
vey, Francis, Mr. Wood.
Second Row: I
Feith, Annis IN
ship and l
lonna Lee Glick
,, Lidke, Allen, Gil-
1, Davis, Glick.
Baltz. A dele-
me in October,
j the basketball
ross the backs.
. ....,, Omer Helvey
ans, Bruce, Tucker,
is, Whitehead, Wirt.
Kuhn, Daniels, Hel-
Orchesis originated in 1929 when outstanding dancers in the May Fete were chosen by physical
education instructors to form the nucleus of the club. The aim of Orchesis is to develop bodily strength,
grace, and beauty. Activities of the current year included a Christmas program featuring Donna Lee
Glick and Rosemary Welch. The group is under the sponsorship of Miss Helen Iamieson.
President ...... Barbara McKeehan
Vice-president .... . .. Dick Dexter
Secretary ..,......... Betty Nan Beck
Treasurer ,...,.,......... Carol Annis
Top Row: Smith, Long, Woellner,
Paulson, Iohnson, Greenwood, Moss.
Second Row: Russell, Rapp, Deel, Boh-
mer, Weldon, Davis, Beck. Third Row:
Feith, Annis McKennan, Lidke, Battin.
Fourth Row: Hawkins, Dexter, Raup.
P H I l G llil P l
Phi Sigma Pi is an honorary organization encouraging and recognizing high standards of scholar-
ship and leadership. The Alpha chapter was founded as the first organization on the campus. Its
membership is made up of undergraduate men of leadership and scholastic ability. Its purpose is one
of fellowship as well as professional development. Mr. R. F. Wood sponsors the organization.
KAPPA DELTA Pl
Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education, was founded at the University of Illinois, june
8, IQII. Rho chapter was established on the campus in I922. Kappa Delta Pi attempts to encourage
high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to
education. The society makes an annual award to the freshman, sophomore and junior having the
highest scholastic ratings in their respective classes. Miss Pauline A. Humphreys is the faculty sponsor.
President ......,.,,....., Randy Smith
Vice-president .... Marjorie Bowen
Secretary-Treasurer .. Oran Kline
Top Row: Eckman, Klein, Fergeson,
Smith, R. Smith, Grandheld, Mr. Iohn-
son. Second Row: Woellner, Callaway,
Kinsey, Spears, Bowen, Holiday. Third
Row: Miss Harris, Scott, Bohemer,
Beta Alpha, honorary art fraternity, is composed chiefiy of students who are electing either a major
or a minor in art. The aim of the fraternity is to create in its members an appreciation of all forms of
art so that the material environment of each member may be made more beautiful. Faculty sponsors
are Miss Foley and Mrs. Sims.
iels. Third Ri
is to offer
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r having the
'er ,. Oran Kline
n, Klein, Fergeson,
andheld, Mr. Iohn-
en, Holiday. Third
, Scott, Bohemer,
either a major
if all forrns of
President ........ Lawrence Daniels
Vice-president ....,..... Ierry Kuhn
Secretary .......,,... Ruth Manford
Treasurer ........ Eva Nell Raines
Top Row: Pinkerton, Stewart, Berg-
mann, Manford, Whitehead. Second
Row: Kuhn, Borgman, Gutriclge, Dan-
iels. Third Row: Raker, Clark, Dixon,
llllllll Flllllllll LA GUAGE CLUB
The Foreign Language Club was organized on the campus several years ago. Its three-fold purpose
is to offer the students taking foreign languages a greater opportunity to become adept in the use of the
languages, to meet socially other language students, and to learn something about the literature,
customs, and music of countries in which these languages are spoken. Miss Anne 'G, Harris and Miss
Elizabeth Callaway are the faculty sponsors. A
President .........,.. Bill Laughlin
Vice-president ...,c. Peggy Moore
Secretary ,,..,, Ruth Evelyn Clark
Treasurer ,............. Barbara Aven
Top Row: Miss Foley, Aven, Laugh-
lin, Beauchamp, Mr. Nightingale,
Landsberg, Mertel. Second Row: Grigs-
by, Ramsey, Mahin, Clark, Moore,
President ...... Iarnes Chedester
Vice-president ,,...... Lucy Fisher
Secretary ...,... M .,,,....... Helen Bell
Treasurer .... Robert L. Pinkerton
Top Row: Dr. Ter Kuerst, Pinkerton,
Kuhn, Wirt, Bush, Clark, Iohnson,
Chedester. Second Row: McFerren,
Myers, Reuter, Zehender, Bell, Cook.
Third Row: Oglevie, Meyer, Cofheld,
Fischer, Cowden, Wright. Fourth Row:
Ashens, Clark, Stewart, Englebart,
PEECH ART CLLB
The Speech Arts Club, an organization drawn up on the award system to give recognition to those
who participate in speech activities, was founded in 1940. The organization sponsors the Speech Arts
Contest, consisting of competition in parliamentary procedure, poetry reading, externporaneous and
after dinner speaking. A plaque is awarded to the winning group each year. Faculty sponsor is Mr.
Harold C. Svanoe.
President ............... Iack Kroesen
Vice-president ...... Harry Huxol
Secretary ...... Mary Ann Massey
Treasurer ................ Leo Behrens
Top Row: Price, Brown, Ieter, Hux-
ol, Tice, Mann, Behrens, Koester, Ber-
ridge. Second Row: Kroesen. Massey,
Shepherd, Welch, Mr. Utt, Shaw,
Brown, I-Iader, Baker, Koester, Third
Row: Cummings, Cooper, Rayburn,
Ball, Whiteman, Goddard, Witt, Gray.
in the st:
of their i
ship of tvs
:rt L. Pinkerton
nder, Bell, Cook.
-, Meyer, Coflield,
ight. Fourth Row:
ition to those
1 Speech Arts
onsor is Mr.
.. Harry I-Iuxol
ry Ann Massey
Brown, Jeter, Hux-
rens, Koester, Ber-
Mr. Utt, Shaw,
er, Koester, Third
idard, Witt, Gray.
EETERE TEACHER EE A ERAEA
The Future Teachers of America is a local unit of the National Education Association of America,
which has its headquarters at Washington, D.C. The Alpha Chapter was the first chapter organized
in the state of Missouri. The purpose of this club is to instruct student teachers in the responsibilities
of their future profession. The faculty sponsor is Dr. A. Ter Keurst, of the education department.
President ...,...... William Wilcox
Vice-president ..., Bettie Larcom
Secretary .......,...... Paula Griffth
Treasurer ,,,,,r.... Iames O. Miller
Top Row: Mr. Svanoe, Iackson, Neas,
McDaniels, Miller, Whitehead. Second
Row: Eckman, Larcom, Griffth, Wago-
ner, Higgins. Third Row: Karm, Wil-
cox, Myers, Iennings.
ERE EE E0 EL R
The Crescendo Club, a musical organization on the campus, was founded in IQ24 with ua member-
ship of twenty-three students for the purpose of culvating a better appreciation of good music and to help
in creating a good musical atmosphere in the club and the school. Among the requirements for mem-
bership are that a student must have some musical ability, and must have- done some music classwork.
The faculty sponsor is Mr. Paul R. Utt.
Kappa Cmicron Phi, a professional Home Economics Fraternity, was founded in IQ22, at North-
west Missouri State College, Maryville, Missouri. To be an active member a girl must have completed
a minor in Home Economics with a grade average in the upper 202, of all home economics subjects
and above the average in all school subjects. The faculty sponsor is- Miss Emma T. Galbraith.
President .... Bettie Iean Larcom
Vice-president -- Marilyn Stewart
Secretary ..,,.........,,. Doris Wood
Treasurer ........ .,... B ob Wilson
Top Row: Mr. Svanoe, Larcom,
Wood, Payne, R. Larcum, Wilson.
Second Row: McDaniel, Stewart, M.
Stewart, Smith, Miss Tetley Bradley.
TUDENT lil TERIAL ALLIA CE
The Student Ministerial Alliance, is an organization whose membership is restricted to those students
who are preparing for the ministry. Cooperation with the faculty and the administration of the school
in the religious activities of the college, cooperation with the ministerial alliance of the city, the pro-
motion of fellowship and the encouraging of an exchange of ideas among its members are the aims of
this organization. The faculty sponsor is Mr. Harold C. Svanoe.
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President ........., Esther Borgman 1 s - 4 , 439
V.-president, Norma McDonough f i f 1 'tt' -fr T 3- Q
Secretary .......... Helen Zehender 6 W f 1 ,T LB
Treasurer .... Slyvia Roberts WM' ,KL-ff.. I, DI V. ,, R
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Top Row: Massey, Roberts, Zehencl- . V .. .J N QM, we , ' A
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ner, Slifer, McDonough, Butcher. Sec- - -3' , A 15 V. nf 1 1
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Ollli Row. Erdman, Frazier, Foster, V i f , . ,nk I ,f , , Q,
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The Methodist Student Movement, was established on the campus in 1925. Each spring the members
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of the group attend the Pin Oak Conference, which is held at Camp Pin Oak on the Lake of the
Ozarks. Members Wear a small blue pin in the shape of a maltese cross. This year the organization
gave Christmas bas-kets to three needy families in the Warrensburg area. The faculty sponsor is Miss
President .............. Carroll Hurd
Vice-president ,. Kenneth Hoehns
Secretary ,... Iulius Rechtermann
First Row: Rich Price, Rechtermann,
Mr. Svanoe, Hoehns, Hurd.
Top Row: Carolyn Wagoner, Doro-
thy Wright, Iane Hester, Gladys Tetley.
Boliom Row: Frances Weedin, Betty
Hausam, Eleanor Coflield.
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Another active group on the campus is the Student Dames. It is composed of the Wives of veter.an
students at the college. The organization Was formulated in the spring of 1946 by the Faculty Dames.
The purpose of theigroup is to provide a recreational outlet for the veterans' families. One meeting
and one party. are held each month. Miss Helen Gilbert, director of the Student Lounge and sponsor
of the organization, has done much to make this year a successful one of the Student Dames- of Central
Missouri State College.
President .c.,.... Beulah Gutridge
Vice-president ,,,, Delores Smoyer
Sec.-Treas. .,..,,,, Iewel Williams
Top Row: Mrs. Kretz, Marlock, Gar-
nette, Homfeld, Coffield, Green, But-
cher, SUCUIIIIY Row: Williams, Teater,
Gutridge, Goddard, Smoyer, Fischer.
Third Row: Price, Stewart, Sanders,
is Mrs. P
er, Gladys Tetley.
's Weedin, Betty
es of veteran
,es of Central
etz, Marlock, Gar-
field, Green, But-
The Young Women's Christian Association of the college has as its purpose, the promotion of
Christian fellowship on the campus. This organization is- open to all girls attending college and to all
faculty members. The programs of the organization are of widespread interest, including book reviews
and regular social activities. The organization is universal on college campuses and conceives its activ-
ities for the development of the individual, by fellowship and service to the college. The faculty
sponsor is Miss Louise Martin.
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President ,,,....,.... Mrs. Phil St. Martin
Vice-president .. Mrs. Bernard Brawner
Secretary ,,,,,........... Mrs. David Stewart
Top Row: Iaeger, Clawson Mont-
gomery, Bergmann, Brawner, Zink,
Koester, Stewart. Second Row: Crounse,
Wolkey, Madison, Adams, Vanderlin-
den, Stanziale, Miss Gilbert. Third
Row: Grandall, Trump, Heisner, Bates,
Livingston. Front Row: Sands, Orrick,
Grandfield, St. Martin, Kroesen.
All women students are automatically members of the Womenis Self Government Association. The.
olhcers are chosen from the members of the council, which is composed of house presidents, counselors,
and representatives of all the college-approved housing units. The object of the association is to promote
scholarship, personal development, and closer relationships among women students of the college
through participation in making their living conditions reflect refinement and culture. The sponsor
is Mrs. Hester Kertz.
Gamma Delta was organized' in 1946, and became Beta Eta Chapter of Gamma Delta in 1947
through afliliation With the international Association of Lutheran Students. The organization attempts
to disseminate Lutheran culture and promote fellowship among Lutheran students. Membership is
not restricted to Lutheran students. All Christian students in sympathy with the objects of the chapter
may become members. Gamma Delta participates in regional conferences, social get-togethers and Week-
end summer camps, and a yearly international convention.
President ..,...........e, Iames Miller
Vice-president -..---, Bill Wilcox
Secretary ........,,...... Iohn Eckman
Treasurer ......,,., Ierry McDaniel
First Row: Bill Wilcox, Iohn Eck-
man, Don V. D. Higgins. Second Row:
Mr. Svanoe, Ierry McDaniel, Iames
B P'l'lS'Il S'l'llllE 'P llAlIOAl
The Baptist Student Union is the connecting link between the college student and the local church.
It was organized on this campus in 1933. The Union represents, includes, and unihes all the Baptist
student religious activities on the campus. It sponsors a noon-day meditation period to which all students
and faculty members are invited Membership, although not restricted to Baptist students, begins when
an individual becomes a members of the local Baptist Church or joins one of the unit organizations
thereof Faculty advisor is Dr Elizabeth Rutherford, Pastoral advisor is the Reverend Earl Harding
was the l
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President ,.i, Cornelius Koester
Vice-president Evelyn Kueck
Secretary ,,,.,. Ardella Stucker
Treasurer r,,,r,r , Ruth Bergmann
Top Row: Fischer, L. Fischer, Beh-
rens, Campbell, Maschoflf, Fzljen, Kueck,
Polzin. Second Row: Stucker, V. Stuc-
kcr, Crockett, Falk, Bergmann, Beck-
man, Runge. Stuenkel. Third Row:
Crockett, Koester, Kolster, Preggc, Rev.
Haupt, Schroeder, Koester, Hoehns,
Pl KAPPA DELTA
The Eta Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, national forensic society, was first established on the campus
of C.M.S.C. in IQ22. In the 1947-48 season the first P.K.D. tournament at the Midwest Speech Festival
Was the beginning of a good year for the C.M.S.C. debaters. The debaters entered the five state tourna-
ment at Carbondale, Illinois, Winning several superior and excellent ratings. The group also ranked
very high at the state tournament held at C.M.S.C. The squad concluded the season by entering the
Pi Kappa Delta Provincial tournament at Coe College, Iowa.
President t,,trr..,t. Paul NVoodland
Vice-president ,t., Mary Williams
Secretary ..tt ,, ,.,,s .,... I .ester Lange
Treasurer ..... ,,,t,, , 4 Clyde Welch
Top Row: Manberg, l"ll'l1ZICI'.'Sll1YPIIl-
field, Lange, XVaters, ,'Xhpl.inalp, Ilen-
clerson, Welch, Spurgeon. Serozm' Row:
Touh, VVilliams, . Morldek, Cooper,
Glassock, Knipmeyer, Wiseman, VVag-
ner. Third Row: Xvllllillllllll, YVilliam-A,
Foreman, Tebbenkamp, Blain. Hamlet,
Ottinger. Fonrffz Row: Martini, Otlin-
ger, Raker, S-holie, Sclilotvlixuier. San-
ders, L. Sanders.
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Top Row: Slifer, Massey, Collings,
Bancroft, Wood, Zehender, Roberts,
Robinson, Butcher. Second Row: Best,
Coe, Hifner, Parkhurst, Fischer, Garrett,
Snodgrass, Fraser. Third Row: Wink,
Campbell, Hardin, Pine, Alexander,
Alexander, Schweer, Green. Front Row:
Straw, Crux, Ford, Sanders, Bales,
In December, 1945, graduates of the school were asked to signify their interest in a prospective
graduate program. On Ianuary 23, 1947, the board of regents of C.M.S.C. approved the recommendations
of the Graduate Student Committee that had requested approval of graduate Work to be offered at the
college. Printed bulletins concerning the graduate program, embodying IQ subjects, Were made available
to graduates in May, 1947. Sixty graduate students enrolled in the program for the summer term of
1947. Most of these students maintain membership in the Graduate Students Club on the campus.
- - A ' OFFICERS
President .......,..,...c.,.,. Ruth Bergmann
Vice-president ........ Florence Goddard
5 Secretary-Treasurer ..,. Ruth Evelyn Clark
Top Row: Stewart. Cowden, Shore,
Myers, Reuter, Bergmann, Knipmeyer.
Second' Row: Englcbart, Mereness,
Crowley, Cofneld, Beck, Fewel. Third
Row: Clark. Goddard, Runge, Leicher.
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'rd Row: Wink,
'een. Front Row:
ffered at the
ner term of
uth Evelyn Clark
zk, Fewel. Tlzirrz'
, Runge, Leicher.
In December, IQ45, the College Home Economics Fellowship was renamed and reorganized as the
Colhecon. Any student enrolled in a home economics course is eligible for membership. The objectives
of the organization are to promote pleasant, wholesome social activities, to create desires for special
training and self-expression, and to encourage high ideals and appreciation of home life. The faculty
sponsor is Miss Elizabeth Rutherford.
First Row: Chili-liang Ou, Iessic
Sympson, Mary Moore, Glen Frasurc,
Bernece Schott. I. F. Fu, Srcozzn' Row:
Pearl Tipton Bradshaw, Perry Rainy,
Iohn H, Engel, William E. Collins,
C. E. Keltner, Edgar Hinote. Third
Row: Nellie E. Kelly, Iane Neasc Mal-
one, Iohn K. Wirt, Hazel Turnbow,
Ruth A. Noble Marr, Margaret Mason
Shrakc, Ioe Turnbow. Fourtlz Row:
Dr. W'. F. Knox, Rev. Grant Folmsbee,
Dr. A. I. Ter Keurst, Iames VV. Col-
lctt, Paul I. Vannatta, Charles E.
Clark, Wm. I. Shrake, XV. K. Prewitt.
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The Association for Childhood Education was- founded in 1930 by the merging of two organiza-
tions of teachers, the International Kindergarten Union and the National Council of Primary Education.
In 1946 the constitution was amended to include the intermediate level in the objectives and services
of the organization. The purpose of the organization is to provide a means by which members may
achieve professional improvement and enjoy professional fellowship. Faculty advisor is Miss Aruba B.
President ,,,,,......, Ierry N. Kuhn
Vice-president ..,. Carl Wiggins
Secretary ........ Madaline Mesick
Treasurer ............ Ruth Manford
Top Row: Wiggins, Pinkerton, Man-
ford, Chcdester, Parks. Second Row:
Chitty, Daniels, Dixon, Kuhn, Smith.
ALPHA PHI DELTA
Alpha Phi Delta was organized in March, 1919, as Phi Delta Delta, the first organization in this
college to recognize scholastic attainment among women. Membership in Alpha Phi Delta is determined
on the basis of scholarship, leadership, personality, and character. Each year the organization carries out
some service project. One of the projects of the year Was- the supplying of a needed educational book
to a teacher-training institution in China. Faculty sponsor is Miss Gertrude Hosey.
I TER ATl0 AL RELATIA CLUB
The purpose of the International Relations Club is to further the discussion on international affairs
and to stimulate thought on international problem s. The club is supplied with materials by the Carnegie
Endowment for World Peace. On November 7, Dr. F. A. Foor, of the history department, accompanied
six of the members to a United Nations Conference at Missouri University, and later in the year, Dr.
Cook, of Wayne University, lectured before the organization. Student lectures and group discussion
are popular features of the meetings. Professor R. F. Wood is the faculty sponsor.
group is I
erry N. Kuhn
Ls. Second Row:
n, Kuhn, Smith.
ation in this
in carries out
the year, Dr.
ETA KAPPA EP HAI
The Delta chapter of Zeta Kappa Epsilon, honorary history fraternity, was organized on February
20, 1940. Purposes of the fraternity are to increase research activities in the field of history, to create a
sense of world citizenship, and to recognize distinguished work in history. Membership is open to
students with exceptionally high grades in history studies. The theme of this year's work was a study of
the peace movement and the balance of power theory.
ALPHI PHI IGMA
Alpha Phi Sigma is an honorary scholastic fraternity for valedictorians and salutatorians. There are
three divisions of membership: novice, apprentice, and master. Salutatorians are eligible for the novice
degree 5 valedictorians, the apprentice degree. The purpose of the organization is to instill within each
memberalove for learning by association with others who have won high scholastic honors.. Mr. E. B.
Brown is the faculty sponsor. '
The Women's Recreation Association was organized in the fall of 1922 under the name of
Women's Athletic Association, in 1939 the name was changed to the present one. The purpose of this
group is to promote high physical efficiency among the women of C.M.S.C., by :creating opportunities
for participation in physical recreation. The Association consists of groups of seasonal sports clubs and
yearly sports clubs. Membership is open to all women students of C.M.S.C. with satisfactory grade
averages who have participated in one of the organization's listed activities. Awards are made for
excellence in activities. The faculty sponsor is Miss Louise Martin.
The Commerce Club, a departmental organization designed to promote business education on our
campus, was organized in 1947. All students majoring in commerce are eligible for membership. At
meetings the members discuss business problems and procedures. Each spring the club celebrates a
commerce Week that is climaxed by a commerce picnic. Business men from Kansas City and St. Louis
are featured as speakers during commerce Week. The faculty sponsor is Dr. Lucas Sterne.
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don n the ramp after '1 tour of inspection
by Col. Hitch of the Board of Regents and
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, rude and thc layin of the East
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At left: Governor
Diemer, and Morris
Ewing, M. VV. Grand
Master, Grand Lodge
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W H 0 W H 0 in mericouz zziversifies an offeqes
Each year "Whois Who Among Students in Ameri-
can Universities and Colleges" recognizes students
from approximately 600 colleges and universities in the
United States and Canada. In selecting students to be
recommended, nominating committees consider out-
standing ellort and accomplishment in academic Work,
extracurricular activities and service to the school.-
This year thirteen Central Missouri State College
students were selected for the honor.
Doris Witt of Cameron, Missouri, has done out-
standing work in the field of music education. She
is a member of Delta Sigma Epsilon social sorority and
served both as secretary and treasurer -of that organiza-
tion. She is a member of Alpha Phi Delta, the
Crescendo Club and Kappa Delta Pi.
David Stewart of Kansas City, Kansas, is a social
science major. He has served as Editor-in-Chief of the
1947 and of the 1948 Rhetor. In the school year
1947-48 he was business manager of "The Student"
and a co-editor of the Student Handbook. He is a
member of Alpha Phi Omega, national service frater-
nity, an served as vice-president, president, and his-
torian of that organization. He is also a member of
the Future Teachers of America and of the Interna-
tional Relations Club.
Kathleen Fajen of Stover, Missouri, is a physical
education major. She is a member of Delta Sigma
Epsilon, social sorority. Kathleen holds membership
in Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Dolphins and
Orchesis. She served as president of the Women's
Recreaticnal Association in the school year 1946-47.
William D. Reavis of Warrensburg, Missouri, is
a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon Social Fraternity.
He also holds membership in Phi Sigma Pi and the
Speech Arts Club. He served as president of the senior
class in the fall term of 1947.
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Bulah Gutridge of Montrose, Missouri, is working
toward a B.S. in Ed. degree with a major in commerce.
She was president of the VVomen,s Student Govern-
ment Association in 1947. Beulah is also a member
of Alpha Phi Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, the Commerce
Club, Alpha Phi Delta, and Kappa ,Delta Pi.
Louis N. Whitehead of Logan, Iowa, has done
outstanding work in the dramatic arts field. His major
subject is lndustrial Arts. Louis is a member of Kappa
Delta Pi and Phi Sigma Pi honorary fraternities and
the Speech Arts Club.
Beverly Ann Wolfrum of Eldon, Missouri, is a
member of the Pi Kappa Sigma social sorority. She was
vice-president of that organization in 1944-45 and
treasurer in 1945-46. She has done very extraordinary
Work in the science department of the college.
LaBerne Iones of Elkland, Missouri, served as presi-
dent of the Student Council in 1947-48 and as vice-
president of Sigma Tau Gamma social fraternity the
same year. He is a member of Alpha Sigma Pi and
Pi Sigma Pi honorary fraternities.
Berna Deane Rist of Lee's Summit, Missouri, has
done exceptionally brilliant Work in the field of math-
ematics. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa
Mu Epsilon, Alpha Phi Delta, The Young Woinenls
Christian Association, The Foreign Language Club
and The Future Teachers of America.
Norman K. Luttrell of Amoret, Missouri, is a major
in the industrial arts department of the college. His
Work in this Held has been of extraordinary quality.
Mr. Luttrell is a member of Phi Sigma Pi honorary
Reavis Manking of Lexington, Missouri, served as
president of Phi Sigma Epsilon social fraternity in
1946-47. His major Held of study is in the social
sciences. Reavis is a member of Phi Sigma Pi honor
Ruth Lee Swigert of Leeton, Missouri, served as
Editor of 'AThe Studenti' in 1946-47, as a member of
the i'Rhetor', staff of 1946. She was president ol' Alpha
Sigma Alpha social sorority in 1947-48 and a member
of Alpha Phi Delta and of the Speech Arts Club.
Stanley Diehl of Kansas City, Missouri, is working
toward a Bachelor of Science degree. His major is
biology and his minor is chemistry. Stanley is a
member of Kappa Delta Pi and of the Science Club.
The book A'Who,s VVho Among Students in Ameri-
can Universities and Colleges" is published'annually
to be distributed to employers, personnel managers
and school officials throughout the country for use as
a reference in their contacts with prespective employees.
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Returning veterans, bolstered.by a
sprinking of freshmen formed a nucleus
of Coach Iutlcl Dean's 'I947-48 football
team Returning lettermen Kenny Bass
B1'l Brewster Rus Dlyton Dave Del-Iardt
Bob Cooduin john McMeek1n Ioe Mlnt
ner Moody Murry Ed Paule Bob Reyn
olds Orx1lSt1egeme1er Bob Sutton Rex
CAPT Bon GooDw1N
Thomas, and Ioe Wolf were back in foot-
Andy Nurski, new member of the phy-
sical education department and Ralph
Welch student were Coach Deans aids
A large turn out made the task of forming
a team for the opening game against
Wichita University a difhcult one
The Mules traveled to Wichita, Septem
ber zo and came back on the short end
of a 33 to o score after a hard fought
contest in the mud and drrzzhng ram
The Mules held them to the low score of
I3 to 0 until the last quarter when the
W1ChlIa Shockers went wild w1th long
runs 1n slippery mud and completed many
excellent passes The Mules were handi
scrrmmages earlier in the season
The next game prtted the Mules against
their old r1vals the Rockhurst Hawks of
Kansas City The Mules lucked bucked
and passed their way to a 6 to o victory
before an estlmated 3,500 spectators The
lone touchdown of the game came in the
Hrst quarter and was set up by a long pass
from Bass to Stiegemeler The pay off
came when Bass flxpped to Wolf who
scampered I5 yards for the touchdown
The remainder of the contest was a de
fensive battle with neither team getting
inside their opponents 30 yard line
The second game away from home
found the Mules playing the Central
Eagles which proved to be a hard fought
game Central stole the show for the first
three minutes of play in a non conference
game, marching 61 yards for a touchdown
Central s try for the extra polnt was good
and proved to be the deciding potnt of
the game Warrensburg s Hrst scoring
threat came 1n the second period after a
60 yard march, which was ended with a
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pass interception on the 7 yard line. The
Mules, scoring took place in the third
quarter. The Mules received the kick-off
and drove 70 yards for a touchdown.
Kenny Bass, with a short pass to Steige-
meier, was the touchdown combination.
Bass attempted the placement which was
blocked by a fast rushing Central line.
The Mules attempted a field goal in the
last minutes of the quarter from the 28
yard line, which fell short of the uprights.
The game ended with the Central Eagles
Bouncing back from the Central tilt,
Dean's men soundly trounced the Cape
Girardeau Indians on the home Held,
playing before 2,388 enthusiastic Home-
coming rooters. The Mules hung up a
I2 to o victory over the highly regarded
defending champions. The Mules, scrap-
ping line deserves much of the credit for
the victory, playing outstanding football
during all of the game, stealing the spot-
light during the first and fourth periods.
The Mules left the home Held again
for the long journey to face the powerful
and league leading Rolla Miners. The
Miners proved to be the more powerful
by trouncing the Mules 20 to 0 in a hot
sun, before their Homecoming crowd.
Defensive lapses gave Rolla an opportunity
to score all of their touchdowns. Weak
running and blocking forced the Mules to
kick consistently in their own territory.
Returning home again to meet the un-
defeated Missouri Valley Vikings, the
Mules discovered the reputation was true
and went down in defeat 21 to 6. The
contest was played in the mud and was
victory number 25 for Missouri Valley.
The Mules fought valiantly throughout
the whole game, but were unable to stop
the Missouri Valley fleet backs.
The following week the Kirksville Bull-
dogs nosed out the Mules by a narrow mar-
gin of 7 to 6, before a throng of shivering
Parents, Day spectators. The Mules threat-
ened with a long sustained drive in the
opening minutes of play, but were halted
by a determined Kirksville line. Scoring
in the last two minutes of the second
period, the Mules' try for an extra point
was not good. Opening the second half,
a rejuvinated Kirksville team marched 80
yards for a score. The extra point, which
became the Winning margin, was passed
into the end zone.
Taking to the highways again the Mules
traveled to Springfield to play against a
highly touted eleven. The Mules Went
into the game as underdogs, but demon-
strated surprising strength at times during
the contest. It was theMu1es, third con-
ference loss, with a Hnaliscore of I3 to o.
In the last game of the season the Mules
lost a heartbreaker to the Maryville Bear-
cats. The Held was covered with mud, and
rain was continuous throughout the con
test The game ended with the Mules on
the short end of a I5 to o score
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Mules Opponent Opponent s
0 Wichita University 33
6 Rockhurst College o
6 Central College 7
I2 Cape Girardeau 0
7 Rolla I4
6 Missouri Valley 21
6 Kirksville 7
o Springield I3
0 Maryville I5
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MARY LOUISE SERENA
RUTH LEE YVONNE
SWIGERT P MANKING
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On The Mark!
Hannah Leads By a Nose
The Track Team
The Central Missouri State College Mules nationally famous basketball
squad Wound up the 1947-48 cage season in a second place 'tie with the
Springfield Bears in the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Both
teams recorded six wins against four losses for the season,s play.
The Mules' season opened in a successful manner, Winning six of their
first seven starts. During this time they won the invitational tournament at
Rockhurst. During the Christmas holidays the team hit a slump and was
beaten Hve successive games.
Suffering the Hrst conference defeat at Kirksville, the Mules went on to
Win their next four conference games before losing to Springfield. A victory
at Cape, a loss at Rolla, and a win at Maryville completed the season.
The club, composed mostly of s-ophomores and freshmen was led by the
only senior on the squad, Captain-elect Marvin Calvert. Calvert led the team's
scoring followed closely by Chuck Branson and Harold Salmon. Fine team
spirit was shown by all members of the squad. Artie Elwell, Clarence Cassing,
Iohn Hyatt, Bill Key, Dale Boyd, and Larry Bates. All performed admirably
for the Mules. Billy Elvvell and Arthur Laney were very fine freshmen
prospects, contributing much to varsity play.
A strong aggregation of nine returning lettermen assures the Mules of a
very fine nucleus for the 1949 cage season.
C,wT. NLXRVIN C,xLvEuT JOHN HYATT HAROLD SALMON ART Liwiai XMIE
F0""'f"'d GWINZY Center Gumd
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Mules' Opponent Opponent's Mules,
SCOrC Score Score
48 St. Benedicts 26 59
55 Washburn 64 46
43 Westminster 30 58
46 Mo. Valley 37 33
40 Wm. Iewell 30 44
47 Maryville 37 46
SI St. Benedicts 55 ' 51
40 Wichita 46 39
33 Wichita 37 58
55 Southwestern 63 46
50 Kirksville 72 52
ie Mules of a
L E ARTIE ELWELL DALE BOYD LARRY BATES Curex BRANSON
ART AN..Y Guard Center F0,.wm.a1 1:0m,a,.J 4
Top Cruzer: The Rockhurst
Tournament ut Place Trophy
f1!70Ul'.' Two on One In The Rolla
Sherwood Forest at right
The Dolphins WVater Carnival is
'zjnictel in the swimming scenes
'30Lc The Twirlcrs On Parade
"1ctus Welch ASSISIJHK Coach f'15,,"'i
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JACK Koua DAVID UNDERWOOD PAT PHARRIS DOROTHY SHEETS ' BETTY JEAN MCLAUGHLIN
Photographer O1 grznzbrzzzons Edztoz Class Editor Class Editor Business Secretary
3ETTY JEAN MCLAUGHLIN
Business M amzger
The members of the Rhetor staff are very grateful to all those
members of the student body Who have cooperated in the pro-
duction of the 1948 Rhetor. Our sincere thanks to Mr. Craig Who
has acted as sponsor of the book, to Mr. Muchmore for keeping
our records and to Mr. Iohnson for sharing his ofhce with us.
We hope you will pardon our errors, and forgive us our
tresspasses. For those of you who find it necessary to register
complaints We have made arrangements with Gismo and he Will
The book is- yours, We hope you will like it.
THE VERY END
DAVID DE HARDT MURIEL SHEARER DOTTIE SHEARER
Sporls Editor Activities Class Editor f1L'fl'Ul.Zl-65 Class Editor
IACIE CHAPMAN FERN 'THOMPSON
Class' ,Editor Clan Editor
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