University of Central Missouri - Rhetor Yearbook (Warrensburg, MO)

 - Class of 1956

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DEDICATION One of the outstanding social events each year at CMSC is the President's reception planned and presided over by its gracious hostess, Mrs. George W. Deimer. Mrs. Deimer's Warmth of personality, sense of humor and genuine interest in people have endeared her to the hearts of both students and faculty and has made the reception one of the truly memorable events in the lite of a CMSC student. In addition to her social activities, Mrs. Deimer excels in her role of wife and mother. In appreciation of her interest and efforts in welcom- ing students to this college, the 1956 Rhetor is sincerely dedicated. 1 v " i I i E 4 , . 14 - . . .- 5- 14 11 W" ' ' 4 4 I gg l:4a:.?.Tf:7igi"L' if ?:..ifz'1ff MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC UBRAIIY WillHUVIWIMIllHIilIl!HIIUVHIIi4HIHIHIIII4HiIbIH W-WWW 3 oooo 12369829 6 f,f,Xg,Q'gfg,"f,5jj'm50 G E 0 Qumajw O u O I I 4 W lf - gm. .. . 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I -. . is., ...Q g.f."1. ' 's 'o,i.-st.' 4' V f 'rdf The theme of the 1955-56 Rhetor expresses to my way of ' "' thinking the most fundamental obiectives of all education. Unless . ,Q ' V V A college leads to personal growth and better living in relationship I t ' K X 1' to God and man, then all of dur learning is in vain. . , sry X f I ' One of the greatest concepts in the New Testament is the Y., , 'Q N statement, "And Iesus increased in wisdom and in stature, and I js xda ' ,1- : X in favor with God and manf' In this text you have the fourfold " ix 4' kj, lt X x purpose of education which is cr continuous process from infancy t lift' . QR to old age, involving every relationship and experience of life. 'fir-,,' 4 bv., A great educational philosopher once said, "Education is the ' ' PM Y' - continuous reconstruction of experience through which we , I 4. 'M' widen and deepen the social content and gain control of the Q . 1 ,' ' f ' of I in methods involved." These reconstructed experiences involve the ,' X 13 'Q g 'fir'-.t, 7 if pf ' I R physical. the mental. the social. and the spiritual being. Whether f. ,,l",f'..lf',i,f',.H, f , 1 v Y: or not desirable growth takes place through life experiences 'y xftv-X -V 1 ff' 'ff 1 .- 3 5, x- . . . . . . , V- ' . sf . .P depends on the individual-his interests, his purposes, and his . - N ' 'I' , 1 5' ' Z fly activities. I lx 'J' ' . X 4, 5 ,ff bf ' 3 5' Greater knowledge, skills, and understanding are always f X"V'Q"N' Q, ","'1 ' Q 'off 7' X. just ahead. In this highly scientific world in which things move ji A Q I ' t ' 1' YQ. 57' r ' fx at a terrific pace, physical efficiency must be developed and 5 l xl: 'I T 45 :S ' - X. conserved through. healthful living and proper exercise. Mental 5 It R ltxtk X ,W S . 12 :t 'R growth may be stimulated by the teacher, through reading and .A K 1-jx h V I ' 55: study, and through every worthwhile relationship. Always, the 7 .5 XWX . R, of u-wx-X individual is only partially educated, and mental growth is a 5 5 RQ W X, v .5 life process. f 5 5 , 'Wit 'V - br, th lg- To live as a socially responsible being, serving others ' D 5 Vi I X - effectively as well as one's own self interest, is man's greatest v ' ' ' K ' I If PZ D I . I .X Problem. T0 get aloI1q'with others and at the same time seek the 'L5 X X V J C292 N .- gzyrkf xkx truth and hold to ones ideals is not always easy but essential 5? , M Tgx I 'L , - rimii. ..r?"zg1 . -Q to stable character and positive, creative citizenship. V 0 5 'pl iq - 2 V K f H35--e--3 - " We reach God largely through others. The great law as " ' if -X . ' I H "' V ... -. taught by the Nazarene was that the spiritual man must love '.i.g:,:.,,l, -N.. A -TX. . ig 4- Af , -! :sl wI'T".'i God and his neighbor as himself. We are judged both now and Q Q - ' 'il X 'nl - 4 Z , XL' ""j:11g hereafter by what we give away. We reach divinity by sharing I 1 NJ ---"fi ' ' ' ---4? , ' fx! not only material things but our knowledge and understanding , 1" -'.- !-' , I I '. , of the truth with others. May the theme of this year's Rhetor be ' ff:-I ii. . 4.5 ,Al l .,.. ,ff X Q, a guiding principle throughout life for every student of the Central :il f M-7 I --in ' Missouri State College. ' Q,-,H f '7'-.-r.y-,-, , Q ' . George W. Diemer, President ' A ' --f ' ' 'r '-' - V, t f , , ,,,, W"-ll Hz. - ' ' 'i" -' -' ,, 1 . lx ,,,.- I A ' . A - " , gg 'N 3' ' tl H 6 'f,,,,- :ii -I-ff... -,,, Y ,- .,.., .,,L.,- 'V Q - --X I ' ' " 1 ., . - . ..,. ' H' "" 'NW H- N qw- .' ' fs " ' " -. --, , ,, 'A 'Xl , - - f i.,f,.v-ff' f ' "N" 'EXW A - . ' ' i ,, 1 ' X , , ' L ? ' "QM iz' f ' ii" , , jug . in , Lf. ... - I 3. Aww- VL, f xxg . X 1-XX . li ' S Q X' x?7 X ff I- 5,7334 I N .1 frfxfff Xl 'tux 711 5 ' Q5 X IT . 5 I i -' . L, I I K r Mig! .5 K , H., . N - I .fy R All wif. 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' " 7 qi-we-vi X A gr--V l, ,- . - t eww-1--L, ,.-' -. viggv.,--4 -- 3 171. 245 A ' ia As . 5-f ..t,- x l V X fly P-.. .,.WJv,,,- .....,, October 12, 1955 found students, faculty and friends filling Hendricks Hall and participating in other activities through the day honoring President George W. Diemer who is retiring after eighteen years of faithful service to CMSC. - Speakers at the convocation were: Donald Barnes, CMSC junior, representing the student body: Dr. Emmett H. Ellis, Associate Professor of Mathematics, who spoke in behalf of the faculty: and the Reverend Charles H. McEowen, President of the CMSC Alumni, who represented the graduates of CMSC. A testimonial dinner was held that evening at Todd Hall in honor of Dr. Diemer at which time I. C. Higgins, President of the CMSC Student Government Association, Dr. R. E. Wood, Professor of Social Studies and Iames C. Kirkpatrick, Chairman CMSC Board of Regents, gave testi- monials. Lester B. Wikoff, Secretary-Treasurer at Went- worth Military Academy gave the address of the evening. In addition to his position as President of CMSC, Dr. Diemer is well known for his services as an international elxponet of good will in education both here and abroad. Dr. Diemer had made the name of CMSC known in Iapan, Germany and Libya, where he has helped to organize schools and colleges like our own. Thus October 12 and all through this year of 1955-56 we pay tribute to one of CMSC's great presidents. GGIHIGII CICISSIOOITI in GCllOl'l Diemer Day Dr. Diemer in a Japanese Primary school Arriving in Libya 6 l f , . f -ft 7. .":,,f i Dr. Diem of Dieme contributi , , .,..,,.Y,1-.,. Y '- Y r-v-4.1-., -' mary school Uris Byg-. , f, ., ' w"'fp This Dr. Diemer and Reverend Paul Czamanske, city chairman oi Diemer Day, presenting Dr. Diemer with the initial contribution for the Diemer Scholarship fund. h DIEMER HALL Dr. Emmett Ellis, Reverend Paul Czamanske, Dr. G. W. Diemer. I. C. Higgins: participating in the con- vocation honoring Dr. Die- mer's, eighteen years of service. 7 Y '. T -4'T'T' -17-5 ,.' JAMES C KIRKPATRICK LEONARD HUSCHER J 'Zi X' 4' I .' 1 ' 4499 ,yi ' , A' ' Z-r-V ,K '- v' 42' 253' irs 7 , f 11:11:15 Q if . . 1, -Qi: Wi? 9 f l 52 53 'Z' Af : fyie' f.,f -E-1 - Y V, , , an 31: f..,,Z1fw1, img ,, . an -4 " -' 4. . M , A , , 5' 4 W ! Q. 'uffx gg z ,, . 1 L., - , A, A C BASS EARL T CRAWFORD xi ' ,-9 A . -W2s.':11v1 '- ' 9.3 '.3,.1if'? 153' X4 If , 4 - , , s,kif .- 1' M, 1? W R J s i ,Ami H. F FINKS IR MRS I HOWARD HART 0 WW if YV ,g ym f Q , 3'- -:,g- L, .?' , 5..v.f-f., 1. . ,wg ,..-asus... HUSCHER . cmwronn J? wr' PWARD HART The Deans IRVIN L PETERS Dean ot Administration cmd Instruction VEHNA ZIMMERMAN DR. LOYD E. GRIMES DR. WILLIAM F. KNOX Dean oi Women Dean oi Student Personnel Director oi Public Service Service Faculty DR. COURTNEY C. ALDRICH-A. B., M. S.. PhD.: Professor of Geology MRS. ALPAH ALLWORTHWCO-Director of Yeater Hall ' DR. RAY LESLIE ANDERS-A. B.. M. A., PhD.: Professor of Social Studies LAURA BAKERW-B. S., M. E.: Professor of Home Economics and Chairman Division of Home Economics. HOWARD F. BALTZ--B. S., M. S.: Assistant Prof fessor of Visual Education MRS. CLORA BALTZ-'Bookkeeper in Business Office MRS. AVERYL M. BISHOP-B. S. and A. M.: Associate Professor of English and Supervisor of Teaching of English MRS. PEARL S. BRADSHAW-B. S. in Ed., M. S.: Teacher in the Upper Grades ' EDITH BROOKS-B. S. in Ed.. M. M.: Associate Professor of the Teaching of Music, Supervisor of the Teaching of Music MRS. MARGARET SOUIRES BROWN-B. S., Registrar DR. CLAUDE H. BROWNQB. S., M. S., PhD.: Professor of Mathematics, Chairman, Division of Science and Mathematics DWIGHT BURKS-Stock Room Clerk ELIZABETH CALLAWAY-A. B., A. M.: Associ- ate Professor of Latin and Spanish CARMIE CASADY-B. S., A. M.: Associate Pro- fessor of Business MRS. DORA CERVIN-A. B., M. A.: Assistant Professor, Director of Todd Hall MRS. STELLA T. CHRISTOPHER-B. S.: Assistant Librarian JAMES LEWIS COMER--A. B., B. S.: Associate Professor of Physical Education MARION L. CONWAYAVB. S. in Ed., A. M.: Ass sociate Professor of English MRS. HAZLE M. COSSEL f--B. S., M. A.: Director of Women's Dormitories and Assistant Pro- fessor of Education BEN R. CRAIG--B. S. in Ed., A. M.: Associate Professor of English 10 CMSC is continually improving and ex- panding thanks to the excellent leadership and guidance of its faculty. members who give freely of their time, talents and efforts so that each of us may be better prepared to meet the world. They will long be remembered not only for their roles as classroom instructors, advisors and sponsors, but as true friends to their students. Under their guidance and direction a spirit of co- operation, friendliness and a desire to learn reigns in CMSC. ,'-' 2 f I 7 fb' wif? ff! fe 0 1 5 V Ln'-Plz.-'v::,-.v,,:V.,3.g.'.,,,,..., ,v,.':,,.f-, A14-.4,.,.-v,... V V .. . 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ROSE MCKINNON DEAN- A. B., M. S.: Associate Professor of English KEITH DOSS-B. A., M. A.: Assistant Professor of Speech and Dramatics EDWIN C. ELLIS-B. F. A.. A. M., M. F. A.: Professor of Art DR. EMMETT ELLIS+-B., S. in Ed., A. M., PhD.: Associate Professorlof the Teaching of Mathe- matics MARY ELIZABETH ENGLEiB. S. in Ed., M. S.: Associate Professor of Home Economics, Dieti- tian MRS. DOROTHY ETTER-B. S. in Ed., M. S. in Ed.: Supervising Teacher of Second Grade LEROY FISHER-Assistant Business Secretary DR. L. AVERY FLEMING-A. B.. A. M., PhD.: Professor of Sociology, Chairman, Division of Social Science MRS. MAVOURNEEN FLYNN-B. S. in Ed.: Supervising Teacher of the Fifth Grade EARL R. 'FOSTER-B. S. in Ed., M. S. in Ed.: Professor of Chemistry THOMAS RAWLEIGH GAINES-B. S. in Ed., A. M., Associate Professor of Industrial Arts FERN GIBSON-B. S. in Ed., A. B.: Assistant Librarian HELEN GILBERT--B. S. ing Ed., A. M.: Associate Professor of Physical Education, Director of Recreation OPHELIA GILBERTWA. B., B. S. in Ed.: Assistant Librarian DR. IRL A. GLADFELTER-WB.-S. in Ed. D.: Assistant Professor of Education, Director of Alumni Relations and Placement Ed., A. M., ROBERT E. GOETZAB. S. in Ed., A. M.: Associ- ate Professor of Graphic Arts ROBERT T. GRAY-A. B., M. Ed.: Associate Professor of Education: Director of Testing DR. ROBERT I. GREEF---A. B., A. M., PhD.: Pro- fessor of English: Chairman, Division of Lan- guage and Literature LOYD E. GRIMES--B. S., A. M., Ed. D.: Dean of Student Personnel Services ll ft 4 I I I I I .1 I X. i I v My Wt ft! ,I if Lt? tt :Xt x if t v .I J 4 F' F' NOEL B. GRINSTEAD-B. S. in Ed. A. M.: Pro- fessor of Industrial Arts: Chairman, Division of Applied Arts and Sciences CARL G. HALDIMAN4B. S. in Ed., M. A. in Ed.: Associate Professor of Education: Principal of College Laboratory School DR. LEROY A. HARPER-B. S. in Ed., M. S. in Ed., Ed. D.: Professor of Physical Education! Chairman, Division of Health, Physical Educa- tion and Recreation DR. RALPH E. HART-A. B., M. MUS., PhD.: Professor of Music: Director, Division of Music DR. OSCAR HAWKSLEY-B. S., M. S., PhD.: Associate Professor of Biological Sciences DR. REID HEMPHILL-A. B., A. M., PhD.: As- sociate Professor of Mathematics: ChCXiImC!1'1 of the Graduate Committee MARY IO HEWITT-B. S. in Ed.: Supervising Teacher DR. SAM P. HEWITT-B. S., M. Ed., PhD.: Pro- fessor of Botany IOHN I. HEYTMAN-B. S. in Ed., M. Ed.: Sub- stitute Supervisor of Social Studies in the Laboratory School CHESTER. RAY HOLLAND-B. S. in Ed., M. S.: Associate Professor of Physics MRS. NELLE B. HOOVER-Secretary, Division of Public Service MRS. BERTHA A. HOPKINS-B. S. in Ed., M. S. in Ed.: Supervising Teacher of the Sixth Grade MRS. FANITA MARIE HUFF-B. S. in Ed.: Super- vising Teacher of Vocational Home Economics in College Laboratory School DR. CURTIS A. HUTCHERSON-B. D., Th. D.: Professor of Bible: Baptist Chair of Bible EDITH M. HOWARD-B. S. in Ed., A. M.: As- sociate Professor of History MEL IENKINS-B. S.: College Photographer in DR. H. CLAY IENT-B. S..Mus.. M. M. E., PhD.: Associate Professor of Education MRS. VETA IENT-R. N.: Nurse WILLIAM E. IOHNSON-A. B., A. M.: Professor of Languages: Publicity Director MARY VIRGINIA IOY-B. S. in Ed.: Assistant Registrar IESSIE IUTTEN-B. S. in Ed., A. M.: Associate Professor of Physical Education: Chairman, Women's Physical Education Department CHARLES KELLY-B. S. in Ed., M. A.: Associate Professor of Mathematics EARL KETI-I-B. S., A. M.: Associate Professor of Physical Education FLORENCE SMITH KING-Assistant Director of Diemer Hall 12 Q4 .sag Ei? ' T X x t 3. g 9 is rg .. .gp g 355 7. g1'Z':2j12ifQ, 55 Q, ff 5 fr '2 XZ UV, 44,5 1, W f f ' . ft ., MRS. DOLORES MANSUR KITTERMAN-Secre tary to the President IERRIE KRAMER-B. S. in Ed.: lnstructor in English DR. RAYMOND W. LANSFORD---B. S. in Ed., B. S., M. S., Ed. D.: Associate Professor of Business MRS. MILDRED M. LASS-B. S. in Ed., A. B., B. S., M. S.: Associate Professor of Business LUCILLE LEIGH-Secretary in the Registrar Office FRANK LIDRAL-B. S. in Ed., M. M.: Associate Professor of Music GRACE LIVINGSTON-B. S. in Ed., M. E.: As- sistant Professor of Vocational Home Econo- mics DR. PERRY MCCANDLESS-B. S., A. M., PhD.: Assistant Professor of Social Sciences IOHN D. McCOY-A. 'M. S. M.: Assistant Professor of Music ' ' KENNETH MARKWELL-B. S. in Ed.: M. S. in Ed.: Assistant Professor of Business Adminis- tration ALPHADINE MARTIN-B. A., M. A.: Assistant Professor of Women's Physical Education: Supervisor of the Teaching of Physical Educa- tion for 'Women MRS. ELLA MAYS-R. N., Nurse MRS. MONIA COOK MORRIS-A. B., B. S. in Ed., A. M.: Assistant Professor of Social Studies DR. IOHN PAUL MORRIS-B. S. in Ed., A. M., Ph. D.: Professor of Physics R. CLARK MORTON-B. S. in Ed., M. Ed., Ed. D.: Assistant Professor of Education C. E. MUCHMORE-Business Secretary DR. LAURA l. NAHM-B. S. in Ed., A. M., PhD.: Professor of Zoology IOSEPH M. NOLTE, IR.-Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds VIOLA E. PARVIN-B. S., M. S.: Assistant Pro- fessor of Education RUTH ANN PHILLIPS-Secretary in Audio-Visual Department V CLARENCE R. PEARCE-MB. A. in Agriculture. M. E.: Assistant Professor of Vocational Agri- culture, Supervisor of Vocational Agriculture MRS. ANNE HARVEY PREUSSW-B. S. in Ed.: Supervising Teacher in the Intermediate Grades in the Laboratory School DR: KATHLEEN RANSON-B. S., A. M., Ed. D.: Associate Professor of Elementary Education: Supervisor of Elementary Education DR. GILBERT RAUAA. B., A. M., Ed. D.: Pro- fessor of Speech C W RICKMAN B S Instructor of PhYS1CUl Science and Mathematics ELIZABETH ROBERSON B S in Ed Instructor in Piano AMMON D. ROBERSON--A. B. A. M.' Assistant Professor of Music MRS. EVELYN RUNYON---B. S. in Ed., M. S. in Ed.: Assistant Professor of Iournalism DR. ELIZABETH RUTHERFORD-Ph. B., A. M., D. R. E.: Associate Professor of Home Econo- mics: Acting Head of Home Economics De- partment CAROLYN IO RYAN--A. B.: Assistant Librarian DR. IOHN L. SCHMIDT-B. S., M. S., Ph. D.: Associate Professor of Education: Counselor- Trainer DR. MARION S. SCHOTT-B. S. in Ed., A. M.. ' Ed. D.: Professor of Educational Theory and Practice: Chairman, Division of Educational Theory and Practice MRS. IEANNE SCOTT-B. S. in Ed.: Secretary. College Laboratory School Eleanor B. Shockey-B. S. in Ed., M. S. in Ed: Associate Professor of Music MRS. EVELYN LOUISE SIMMS-B. S. in Ed. A. M.:' Associate Professor of Art: Supervisor of Art A MRS. BESS SKINNER-Food and Housing Secretary ROBERT E. SMITH-B. S. in Ed., A. M.,: As- sociate Professor of Industrial Arts A E. F. LOW-B. S., Ed. M.: Associate Professor of Agriculture I WM. A. STANTON-B. S., B. S. in Library Science, A. M.: Librarian MRS. GLADYS STANTON-Secretary in the Business Office DR. LUCAS STERNE-B. S., A. M., Ph. D.: Pro- fessor of Business MRS. RUTH GILBERT SWEET-Associate Pro- fessor of Kindergarten Education: Supervisor of Kindergarten: B. S. in Ed., A. M. DR. VELMA L. TAYLOR-B. S. in Ed., M. S. in Ed., M. Ed., Ph.D.: Assistant Professor of English -DR. ARTHUR I. TER KEURST--A. B., M. S. E., Ph. D., Professor of Psychology DR. CATHERINE TITUS-A. B., M. A., Ph. D.: Assistant Professor of English IOHNSON S. TOWNLEY-A. B., M. S.: Director of Men's Dormitories and Dean of Men MRS. CAROL WALTERS--Secretary to Dean Peters DR. HOWARD WEBB---A. B., A. M., Ph. D.: Assistant Professor of English 14 5- ..5. 1 A . . Vi ii. tl' :-X f,,rri. .Ai ..1.-.i.s- - T .---,.., ,, 1, Y ,i 2. Q .ms K ,t S, i , 27.3. .aw-4,17 Doris Dressel Graduates ,. f P4 ri. - - - 5i--'rs1,A'-g'i2- g DR. IOHN WESTOVER-A. B., A. M., PhD.: Associate Professor of Social Studies DR. CONRAD VVHITE-B. S. in Ed., B. S. in Agriculture, A. M., Ed. D.: Associate Professor of Agriculture CLARENCE M. WHITEMAN- B. S. in Ed., A. M.: Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education HARRY WILKEY-B. S., M. A.: Assistant Pro- fessor of Social Studies and,Business Admin- istration. A . t HUGH B. WILLIAMS-A. B., M. M.: Associate Professor of Instrumental Music MRS. ELLA WILLIAMSON-Secretary in the Business Office HILLARD WILLEfB. S. in Ed., Substitute Instruc- tor and Assistant Coach in Health and Physi- cal Education division HOLLA F. WOOD-B. S. in Ed., A. M.: Professor of Social Studies FLORENCE YOUNG-B. S. in Ed., M. A.: As- sistant Professor of Women's Physical 'Educa- tion DR. HAROLD YOUNG-B. S. in Ed., M. Ed.. Ed. D.: Associate Professor of Education Dr. Reid Hemphill Chairman, Graduate Division Dons D1-essel Pahl E. Graf Harry H. Hommes Florence Elizabeth Schooling William Eugene Scroggs Robert lean Welch 15 There IS always plenty of act1v1ty cmd exclte ment for members of the senlor class as they pre pare to take that last long walk out of the halls of learmng onto the road whxch leads to the future Whether 1t be Sllllng for a placement photo havmg that all unportant job 1nterv1ew or at last do1ng that pracuce teachmg wh1ch has been put off unt11 the last mmute the hte of a sen1or IS a busy one Of ITTUT CD -.Z 70 F3 Lnyjbtl- UW '11-HQ Q1 Secretary Glona Slnllmcxn Presxdent Iohn Gnagx course there are those last m1nute bull sess1ons at the dorms that last coke date at Rlggles and that last game to attend then at last the blg day 1S here and the senlors f1le 1nto Henrlcks Hall for the last t1me and then comes the long walk out But as they take the last step leadmg from Henncks Hall they are but takmg the frrst step 1n a new hte full of new and equally Wonderful expenences r FDPI ALB! Al.l.l.St Educcr P E M tim... x t . . f f' ' " -+ -" ADAMS IOHN ADLE NANCY St lcseph Education Language Club Sigma Sigma Sigma Parents Day and Graduation Commit tees Yeater Council Yeater Glee Club Emphasis Committee Convocation Song Fate Homecoming Decoration Committee Popular Girl Campaign l Yeaior-Resident Assistant: Religious a Skillman n Gnagi :ull sessions at the gles and that last' g day is here and r the last time crncl 1 as they take the Iall they are but full of new and .Ln cq"F':f U71 1 -.- , W-J. My-111. gil,-lr,.g1r4,,s1-1, , '- ALBIN, BILL ALLISON, BEVERLY IRENE . Education Warrensbur 9 P E M Club: Dolphins X x, . ALLEN. CHARLES I. ANDERSON, GENE RAY Bachelor ol Science Detroit, Mich. Student Sports Editor 53-54: Student Center Committees 53-54. 54-55: S.G. A., S. G. A. Facilities Chairman 1855- 56. Science Club, 54-55 55-55: Square Dance Club. 1953-54-55: Modern Foreign Language Club, CMSC Players -"A New Way to Pay Old Debts, Plan- ning Committee Religious Emphasis Week i954-55-56: Cosmopolitan Club 1953-54: Sigma Tau Gamma, Social Chairman, Chaplain, Showtime oi 1955-56. ASHBY. IAMES BARBOUR. ELVA LEE BARNARD. ROWENA Biology smnhvxue President ol Orchesis: PEM Club. se- cretary- treasurer: CSF. president. worship chairman: Dsr. vice-president. secretary: Dean's Honor Roll: Dolphin: Alpha Phi Delta: Pi Kappa Sigma: Boosters Club: Yeater Hall Council: Who's Who Among Studenls in Ameri- can Universities and Colleges: WHA: Future Teachers ol America: Hall oi Recognition: Outing Club: Band: Or- chestra. ASHER, ROBERT LEE Iellerson City, Mo Business Administration Commerce Club BARQUERO. QUILLERMO BAVM. IOHN .-1 L.,- ,..' .., - ,,,-,131 . Y t l t t ' '- 'i -'Hu'-f""v 1---' V H- t l BAUER, -,ED BESADESKY. FRANK Education Warrensburg BESADESKY1 ,MICE assi-tons, SHIRLEY cnlcmon Eduwuon' English Wunensbmg Business Administration Brookfield Band: Orchestra: Crescendo Club: Al- pha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Coun- selors Organization. BEST. HAROLD BEHRENS. LOIS IEAN Education. Music Cole Camp Alpha Phi Dana: Kappa Dana Pm: Alpha Phi Sigma: Crescendo Club, Vice President: Gamma Delta: F. T. A.: S. G. A.: A Cappella Choir: Orchestra: Stu- dent Chrislian Association: Chorus. .154 BRADI Bachel K. M. BRIGH' BHOWI Music l Sigma vice pr Delta l man l Student merce paua 1 tion: X Dean's Booster B1-:vu-:n, CAROL sun BLMSA RICHARD l BLESSING. IOHNNIB E001-HEI Mm-ON BIWSWELL, RICHARD BOYD, MARY 1ANE winasar Education Pi Omega Pi: Alpha Phi Della: New- man Club: Student Stall: W. S. G. A.: Future Teachers oi America. 18 N . .xi "-'- " ,- ' ' --'-1-1-ffff'-sq 1 411-1-4 , -J ww ws. 1. :g,s' u.. , - . ., ,- . ..- P' 'ff--1' '-4--.Lf-.-,Q an--1.---Lg-1 At E, ' cf 2-5 :Z " ff'-.J A-1I5?'17" A--J A 4 'l9""il 'mv 1- ' f . . ,- - , - , :TM +f"--- t I .. Q X J -4 tx ,..1s:,1J-g ,...w .f - t 1 , .N V ,. ' f - fa W' V k . , iw 4 -f K - . - m I , -,va--,aa -f 55,1-A Cuz...--1. 'A TT rv r- -.. , ' 'ff' '- ' " --m. .t - - l , - ' lf... - ,, .- 1 s' t 1 . t 1 x ! 1 1 7 I i l I . V, ,4 -. 'Q i .t, .. .J '- t x X BRADLEY, HOYCE PAUL BREEDING, WILMA IEAN Bachelor Science Leeten Kansas City, Mo. K, M. E. Physical Education PEM Club: Women's Recreation As- saaiauan, Vice-president 3: Outing Club 2-3, Vice-president 0: W. S. G. A.: w""e"Sb"'9 student cams: communes, Yeater Han Counselor Organization 2: Yeater Hall Glee club 1: Orchesis: Dolphins 4, Volleyball Team l. 3. UGHTON " B""'lfl"ld amor-n'wx-:LL, DAVID s. nnocmsmn, WILLIAM E. scendo Club. Al- Delto Pi: Couns BROWN, MAHILYNN Warrensburg BRUCH, WILLIAM Bm Music Education Education Cameron, Mo. Siem Siem Siem: Alpha Phi Siem- Student Cam. Future Iaachsxs ol vice President? Alpha Phi Della: KGPPG America, President: Liaisana I-'snow- Cole Cflmp Della Pi: Crescendo Club: Menc: New- ghtp, Holi oi Recognition, Freshman ppa Delta Phi: :endo Club. Vice 1: F. T. A.: S. G. Orchestra: Stu- tion: Chonw. man Club: President, vice-president: Student Christian Association: Com- merce Club: Band: Orchestra: A Cap- pella Cheir: Chorus: Hall of Recogni- tion: Who's Who: Student Counselor: Deon's Honor Roll: Inter-Organizational Booster Club. , W, Counselor, Diemer Advisory Board A. C. E. I.: Secretary-Treasurer Osbome Hall. fine, BRYANT, Dmoms v. Lexington, Ma, BRYANT' NEISON NU?""0"' MU Education Educmmn P. 1. A.: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Phvhiwi Ediiwwfv C1-lb Pi: Outing Club: Science Club: Student Wives Club. BURFORD, PHILLIP R., Sedolla. Mo. Education Kappa Mu Epsilon BURGESS, BARBARA . Education Warrensburg. Mo. Theta Alpha Phl, vice-president. Secre- tory: Student Center Dance Committee: Hhetor Queen candidate ISSS: "A New Way to Pay Old Debts," "Curious Savage," "Missouri Legend," "Sleep- ing Beauty," "Rama and The Tigers". xaumus, Mnxms waalanags sumow. cus , mucauan ' Business Kansas city. Kuns Bap,,,,5,ud,n,U,,,o,J-TA, ACE, 'naar-lass: Basketball-1955, ss. J , ,., ...LA. . ,, , 143- t . , t- - - 1 3-1-J. .4 ,H V , 1 A -- r I A X - t I -vt -,.-'---L ,.,- , , ,. -. x.. .. .-.r .1 . .M BYBEE. lOYCE 'FIi5l09 Home Economics Colhecon. 4 years: Kappa Omicron Phi. J years: F. T. A.: Square Dance Club: Collegiate 4-H Club: Alpha Phi Sigma: Alpha Phi Delta: l. S. O.: Church ol Brethren Youth Fellowship. CARPENTER, CARL CHAMBERS, SHIRLIE Chillicothe Music Education Theta Sigma Upsilon. Reporter, Secre- tary: Alpha Phi Delta: Crescendo Club: Band: A Capella Choir: F. T. A.: Square Dance Club: Modern Foreign Language Club: Yeater Glee Club: Yeater Hall Council: Executive Coundl: Student Center Committee: Baptist Student Union: Booster Club: Dolphins. CHASE, GEORGE Leavenworth, Kane. . CLIF FORD. IACK Industrial Arts Pht Sigma Epsilon, Pres.: Industrial Arts Club: Inter-Fratemity Council. Pres.: Canterbury Club, CLOUSE. DALENE Marshall E-r3SdlrllELArltEvlN Edgerton Ed . Wf",Q'4"':: PEM Club: Iso. Newman Phi sigma :Primm lndustrlal'Arts club. Club- ' Treasurer: Booster Cluh: Baptist Student COl.l.l'.'l'T, LUCILLE Knob Noster Education Alpha Phi Della: lndependent Students Organization. pres: Colhecon. treas: Christian Student Fellowship, Sec.: F. T. A. squm Dance club. comms, cnnor. NADINE - W.- - - . ......,-,,v.,,-e,:,,,.-Z., N, . ,.,,A,,b ,, ,,,, A , CANTHELL, TERRY COM 'Educ' Phi QI Gull. CARPENTER. Bill. Sedulia Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon. Sgt. at Arms: Presi- COU dent Iunlor Class: Commerce Club: lnter-Fraternity Council. CHRISTENSEN. DAVID Merchandising Danville. N. I. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Blackout: co- director. '5S: Commerce Club: S. G. A. mu Assembly: Student Govemment Honor mu, Key: Student Center Entertainment Com- Ind, mittee: Student Center Activities Key: AV Outing Club: Mens' Counselor organiz- Nm: ation: Talent Shows: High School Senior can day: Parents Day Committee: W. U. S. Drive: M. l. A. A. Championship Tennis Team, ,. ,,,,,U.. - 4 f-. 7.14 2.,.f : 11 - "-"'if41:1-- 'J-AWK.:-L.'-'r.g f.: f x '- .. l W I ' -- . , .- ... F. :.:1a,:-.5 5 L... ,- M 4 .Wf V ' W- 1-1, ,Ng if--4 gr-1 rf-.7 e-1'L..,,- ,dam D, 51,4 -ug, L 5 A, :Nw ,x , , , A I ' K W J. '-'Q 41 'Leg-v - . . ' CI .TJ iljw' V' .l .- "f-."e.".'"'1L'-:L --U 7.s.f-a-s-F..-:Q ,-ft X- . - .Q - , -' it L - . ' S" ' ' -' ' "' FT- ty... . ,K ,, .. ' 'H 'W' - t .qi w , l coma. non xmas city CORYELL GARY R Education Phi Sigma Epsilon, Popular Boy, Black- outs. Sedalia :Pr i- frmce CIR: courssrms, ALBERT A. DAVIS, ,EAN ville. N. l. out: co- : S. G. A. ' ,nl Hong, DILLON, HAROLD E. Odessa DODSON, CHARLES H. em Com, Education ,mu Key: Industrial Arts Club, Senior Projectionist Im sigma. AV Department, Representative to .bool senior National AV Conference, Director Ia: W' U. sl County Audio-Visual Materials. ship Tennis DODSON, DARYL T, Blue Springs ',a.,g,, . . ..., ' Q5 WV 1 w X52 ll 1 , 'X I fn if , 42 be .-4, ,, f M , X X f fa, 4 '5 -Pi'.'P's!1 I I I I r s P Y 1 r 1 V i i , . ,A M., ,., f .,,.,.Q,.,.,,,,,k!,..A.. .Kim ,X f , A. f y 1 X 4 f' 2 . , , ff f M f ff ' f ff Q , f is 5 T . . Zzgg, ' 'Tiff -' - . ,fy fl. i zu 35. -af -.1 . frfkvi-'z-iitf .1211-mg-fp-2 :r,o.,4.,, Drama Kappa Sigma Kappa, Pledge Master, VicePresident. Historian, Kappakades. President: lnter-Fraternity Council. Vice- President: Theta Alpha Phi, President: Canterbury Club, President: S. G. A.. Chairman Student Center Activities: Student Center Committee, Chainnan ol Dance Committee: Oscar lor Best Actor in Minor Role, New Way to Pay Old Debts, Oscar lor Best Actor in Support- ing Role, Harvey: Oscar lor contribu- ting most to CMSC Drama Dept.: Two Blind Mice: Missouri Legend: Antigone: Aladdin: Play Boy ol the Western World, Technical Directon- Romeo and luliet: Importance ol Being Earnest: Sleeping Beauty, Director: Hall ol Recognition. DOWNEY. CHARLES Keamey Accounting Newman Club, Commerce Club, Diemer Advisory Board, Diamer Annex, Vice- President. DYER, ALLEN A. DONELSON, RICHARD DRAHEIM, RICHARD L. Lees Summit Education Industrial Arts Club, Football. EADS, IAMES "'?-J-T1x:e:- 1. . ,, YI -. . .., K-LQ' .1 A- 1 K , - ec, ,. b I ,--... :af n. Jf-r..J: 11 J- ua.. v ,. -..H .ve J -4 A I Ll K A Q , ,A -1, .-...H,,A-..L..- ,My , -'Im it ,.' r 1 t 1 I EDMUNDS, TOM 1 1 1 331 15 'Chemistry fill 1 Ml , Ill 1 ,N . 1. ,r 12 ll N111 my lil HI Sly iff' 11 rg! .1 EIMAN, RONALD RAY -1 -ELLIOT WILLIAM EDWARD Bunceton EMANUEL. ORVlL Lee'n Summit Education Rellqloun Emphasis Week Committees. ACEL FFA, Student Minlaterlal Alliance, Student Counselor. Alpha Phl Omega. FR GEN ill: FARMER' CHAR'-55 Y-EMS FEASTEI, bolus Quincy GNP yi Music Education Hlqqinsvllle gduamcn il l 51 V2- ll .. lil V UV . if Il i 114 . 1 l 4 li 115 11 ll Iii FENDER- RUTH ANN nsr-mn. sr.sANoma Loursr: ,. Business Dallas. Texas il Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice-President: 1! student com: Alpha Phi Delta: s. G. A., M Executive Council: Commerce Club: Square Dance Clan, lnaauctor. J 11 1? 11 31 11 P E 1 ronnras. BARBARA sr. Lone 3 Educallon WHA, FTA, Student Council ll 1 ll ,1 ul Ni rl ,ki FLOMERFELT, GLEN FOLKERTS. IOHN 11, ' 1 H5 1 X 1: I ,I 1. 11 ' I 1 '1 'N 1: il f FRANCIS, IRMAH Education Harrisonvllle F. T. A.. American Childhood Educa- tion lnnilturlon, Dormitory Council. FREEMAN. HOWARD E. 1 . 22 i. - '- """ 1 Y - f",f'1'- .,.z1LqHz" .,bJ.1- 4 ..-A . Msg ' .,, 'fx , 'W' Pl Omega Pi. Alpha Phi Delta. PTA, Commerce Club, BSU. W. S. G. A. -..... .A .. -.. .. V. ' ,. .. . .J ..-ln ,,- A., ... , , .,,. , .. , I ,T , V K V V -I I' A I .4 -L- 1, '- ' V " Y I- ".A "- ' f' -'-4.:-- L. .QJM1-H71 lfgly' 1 'En-L irvgvf'-3 f 54:3 :ET-K-.J,'g,,1 35-Tj,-1 1:-fyti..-f-gc51,.. . 1'-2""X1.,r5 y-KJ 'AAS-Tx, -gtgqvn. Z 1. xg ,K 1 V. .t, ,wt ' PT' - ' - J' , N I I . .. . bw, X 1 ,X .. 11. .. ,-., ., .. ,1. -.. ,T1 ",g.'c..., c,,1,, :xr --1'D1 'ji' p.,. Q ,. ,r ,,1 fd Af 1-1 ' i lrltnl J. f.I..k.r 1 -1. TA-r -t l.ee's Summit 1 Committees. eriul Alliance. i FRETAG. IOHN FRY. SHIRLEY LOU Smithville GElVE'l'l'. GARY Home Economic: GILLESPIE, DWIGHT M. Leavenworth, Karts. Music Education Phi Sigma Epsilon, Chapter Editor. Expansion Chairman: Crescendo Club: Religious Emphasis Committee. Chairs man: A Cappella Choir: Band: Square phi Qm,gq, Dance Club: Student Center Committee: Missouri Music Educators: Canterbury Club. GUILLERMO. BAQUERO B. Costa Rica General Business Cosmopolitan Club, lkwman Club. Foreign Language Club, Quincy GNAGI. IOHN GORDON, HENRY N. Houstonia Business Education Delta. LTA. Commerce Club: Square Dance Club: S. G. A, - t .- . . 1 .--. ..-W ,, , . . ., K ,H-X... 4 . f ' 5 3.-t C. -, "A "- is .g-' ,Q-T a...V ,L -r., ,rid A- 'Wh-rf Honor Roll. GRAY, DON Sedalia GREGORY NIERMAN L Psychology-Sociology Business Kansas Clty Tau Kappa Epsilon. Pledge Master: Tau Kappa Epsilon S. G. A.: Vice-President. Diemer Hall: Freshman Counselor. Diemer Hall. Advisory Board. GRIGSBY, DONALD LEROY HAMILTON FLORENCE S Gallatin Physics Warrensburg Education Band. Science Club. Industrial Arts Club. B. S. U.. F. T. A.. Physical Science Organization. HAMPTON. HOMER Norbome HANAWALT KATHRYN Education HENLEY. MARY KAY Pleasant Hlll Vocational Home Economics Alpha Sigma Alpha. Cones. Sec.: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi'Sig1na: Kappa Omicron Phi. Vice-President: Colhecon. F. T. A.: W. S. G. A., secre- tary. vlce-president: S. G. A. altemate: counselor: Delegate to I. A. W. S. Con- vention: Yeater Glee Club. HICKS, CHARLES M. Richmond Accounting Hall ol Recognition: Kappa Sigma Kappa, Treasurer, assistant treasurer: Two Blind Mice: Missouri Legend: Harvey: Hotel Universe: The Doctor in Spite ol Himself: Romeo and Iuliet: Venus Observed: Sleeping Beauty: The Fly: Best Star lor Harvey: Religious Emphasis Week: Student Counsellor: Foreign Language Club: Theta Alpha, x X I t - We 'V ' HANCOCK, nrmn. Bolivar DEDWIN Music Education Band, Orchestra, A CGPPQHU Choir' F, T. A. HAYNES, NORME LOUISE HEALY, MARTHA ANN Muelc Independence HENSLEY, DWIGHT Waynesville Physical Education Educators Club, F. T. A.. Dlemer Hall Advisory Board. Basketball, Intramurals. HIGGINS. ELIZABETH B. La Monte Education -,J---i. t-if . - .- HIGHTCI A11 'ran Ka Phi s' me-pr nity Co Hhztcr, HANNA, mct-mn prism s. G. pubucn cil: Ho neu: 11 HIC-D. HOOVI 1-mgnry IOHN G, Independence Education 1 B HUFFI Mercht Phi Si HEATH, DWIGHT NELSON home presidw Center I 1 1 HIGGINS' It C4 r-nccms. Boomer DEAN . --7-y- fl Aw 7 '3---nfs-f':v11?fHf'2L2egg11,5--,,g1i..i4'gf--355113 .ji ,-45,4 ..,-. ','..j -Q.p'-1..1.Q1'.: -,uewu lnff, .. - ' ' ' '- , " T'HDI'-41-."c,:.'.-:-Yr.:--rc:-4.1-2.4w-q.mgggjmg145.21-fLL:,'QI-1 Q2 -,...3':...-auf ,-T. ,Q-,J ., .X i H . x' '1 I . .-r-'-1.--W. - -'ta AN-' t...v..' .1 - -- f lpendence 1 t HIGHTOWER, IOSEPH RICHARD Independence Art Tau Kappa Epsilon, president, secretary: Phi Sigma Pi, secretary: Beta Alpha. viceepresident: Who's Who: Intra-Frate1- nity Council, secretary: Student, editor: Rhetor, layout editor, assistant editor: Freshman Counselor: W. U. S., co- chair- man publicity committee: Religious Em- phasis Week, publicity committee: S. G. A., alternate representative. publicity committee oi executive coun- cil: Hall of Recognition: Dean's Honor Roll: Rhetor Ball, decorations co-chain man. HOOVER, RAY ARNOLD HUFFMAN. IOHN E. Kansas City Merchandising and Retailing Phi Sigma Epsilon, vice-president: Os- bome Hall Advisory Council, vice- president: Parking Problems Committee: Conference Tennis Team Champions, t ..-I ,W . , , if . , fl--i-'f..w..4. ' -ut, Q HOLTOM, WILLIAM EUGENE Kansas City, Kansas Business Administration Football, cocaptain: Intramurals. ROUX, CHARLES Warrensburg Education Outing Club: Canterbury Club: Student Ministerial Fellowship, president: Square Dance Club: Student Christian Representative. HUGHES, DALE R. Holden Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. Secretary HUGHES, SARAH OLSAN Des Moines, Iowa Physical Education PEM Club, pres.: Orchesis: Dolphins: WRA, sec-treas.: Alpha Phi Delta: S t u d e nt Government Association: Human Relations Chairman: Student Center Publicity Committee: WSGA: Scholastic Honors: Who's Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities: Alpha Sigma Alpha. vice-pres., sec.: FTA. HUNTER, LAURA FRANCES 16-J"'4 HUGHES. THELMA Independence Business Administration WSGA, Liahona. INSKEEP, IACK, V. Pleasant Hill Education Kappa Sigma Kappa, F. T. A., Science Club. ISLE, DORIS ELAINE Centerview MNSENV HARRY HAY Home Economics Colhecon, Outstanding Iunior Member: 4-H, Sec.: Square Dance Club: Todd Hall Council: F. T. A. IONES, HERBERT R. KELLEY. LOIS Kansas City Education Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Phi Delta: American Childhood Education Inter- national: Future Teachers at America: Todd Hall, Decoration Committee. KIM, I. HOWARD Harrisonville Music Education Band: A Cappella Choir: Orchestra. Kappa Delta Pi: Crescendo Club, vice- pres.: F. T. ',.' Music Educators Notion- al Conference. uw 'H+...- .. - ..-H'-,ffq-A,'L L,,,. 'Vs ff .sf T,,,..r..gwf , t MQQUES, TOM Plattsburq Business Administration Phi Sigma Epsilon, social chairman: Phi Sigma Pi, pres.: Alpha Phi Sigma, pres.: Phi Sigma Pi, pres.: Commerce Club: Executive Council, Budget and Finance? Who's Who. IOHNSEN. LEONARD E. IOHNSON. IANE Green Hidqe Music Education Alpha Sigma Alpha, Chaplain. sang Feta Director: Alpha Phi Delta: Cre- scendo Club: Writers' Club: Band: Chorus. lORDAN. LAURENCE li. McAlester, Okla Political Science KELLEY, SANDRA KINYON. PAT r.. , t ,ww -. t - t JEANS, BRUCE L. IOHNSON, DONALD A. lndeP9nde1"Ce Bachelor ot Science Sigma Tau Gamma, sec., P195-7 Bela Alpha: Booster Council: Freshman counselor: Intramurals: Sig Tau Show- time: Inter-Fratemity COUDCUI P195- lOHNSON. MARUINE Kansas City Business Administration Commerce Club. Steering Committee: W. R. A.: Alpha Phi Delta: Dolphins: Todd Hall, vice-pres.: Kappa Delta Pi. . 2131 :Q .ij C' IC- X. at 'tl PN- -rl. 0- "TIT W JN JUN KITC Delt taapt Nat' 1 Phi. Hom. Kvvt P C it KNOPF, LANSEC Educotit Sigma t Club: T ketball. A E 'A A . - . - ' f .f -. sf Q at -- H - 1- . ff. li Y ti' fi' A' c-Wo t.. 1 .t 1 if : swf T- '-Q at . E Independence ., pres.: Beta nail: Freshman Sig Tau Show- ung-il, pres. KITCHEN. DORIS ELIZABETH Home Economics Slater Kappa Omicron Phi, pres.: Alpha Phi Delta: Colhecon: Who's Who: F, T, A.: Baptist Student Union: Delegate ta National Conclave for Kappa Omicron Phi, Kansas Cityk l ring Committee: Delta: Dolphins: Kappa Delta Pi. by KLEIN, EMILY Higginsville Business Education Rhetor Stall: S. C. A.: Methodist Student Movement, sec.. pres.: Pi Omega Pi: Student Center Committee Chaimlan: Commerce Club, Steering Committee: Vice-President, Missouri State Methodist Student Movement: Woman's Counselor: Religious Emphasis Week, Hospitality Chairman: Estes Park, Planning Com- mittee. KNOPH DORIS LaDUKE, EDWARD IRWIN LANSFORD, IAMES ll. Belle LANSFORD, 10 ANN Education Sigma Tau Gamma: Physical Educators Club: Track and Football Assistant: Bas- lretball. pn 07' ja Cf LQ M' 4 Jig,-i-U '4,,q,. ' LANSFORD, MARILLYN MOHTON Bachelor ol Arts Pleasant Hill Sigma Sigma Sigma, pres.: Alpha Phi Delta: Crescendo Club: Orchesis: Pane hellenic Council. -f f,.J -' . Q LASH. MARILYN LESLIE Elementary Education Kansas City Pi Kappa Sigma: Panhellenic Council: Homecoming Queen, 1954: Who's Who: Alpha Phi Delta: Student Government Assembly: Cheerleader: Booster Club: Hall oi Becoqnition: Student Center Committee. LEE, CAROLE VIRGINIA Sedalia LEE. IRE SUI- Seoul- KOYEU Education Bachelor ol Arts Alpha Phi Sigma: Alpha Phi Delta: Pi omega Pi, sea, vice-pres.: Kappa Delta Pi, sec.: Commerce Club. LEWIS. UNA PAYE HUDSON LOEVEN, LUCY K. Hardin Education La Monte Education Pi Kappa sigma, pres., vice-pres.: sta. dent Center Publicity Committee, chair- man: Alpha Phi Delta: Beta Alpha? W. H. A.: Women's Counselor Organ- ization: Orchesis: Yeater Hall Glee Club: Iunior Panhellenic Council: Home- coming Queen, . X ' r ' I MAUN. CECILE LEE Buckner. Mo. Education Futura Teachers of America: ACEI: Baptist Student Union. , K X4 , ,.. LOEVEN, SHIRLEY TEMPLE Education Warrenshurg icuppu Mu Epsilon, pres, 1955-ss: Kappa Delta Phi. treas. 1956: Alpha Phi Sigma: Alpha Phi Delta: Science Club? Physi- cal Science Club sec-trees.: . Who's Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities. MCCARTY, EDWARD IVICMILLEN, RICHARD L. Education Osborne, Kans. Phi Sigma Epsilon: Football 2: Track 2: Agriculture Club: M Club. IVIANN, IACK PRESTON Education Soldier. Iowa Sec. Osbome Advisory Board: Member Osborne Ollice Force: Liohona Fellow- ship: A cuppetiu choir. Agriculture Club: Student Christian Association: Intramurals. MAXWELL. I ACK Columbia. Mo. Business Administration Sigma Tau Gamma, Vice-president: ln- terlraternity Counsel: S. G, A. Assembly ivuisssr, Dwtcm E, MMKIN. WILLIAM Warrensburq, Mo. Business Adlnlnislldlion Phi Sigma Epsilon.. s MAELE. rnmtcss VAN Education independence, Mu. Future Teachers ol America, Newman Club: ACEI: Colechon. MAXWELL, IOHN ALLEN MIDDLETON, LOU ANN - ctiutuu, Mo. Business Admiuisitutiou Baptist Student union. commerce Ctub, -i.,:--'i - t LYON, IOHN WILLIAM LORSON, VINCENT B. Kansas City. Mo. Alpha Phi Omega, Newman Club, MCKENDREE. IONNA Education Sedalia, Mo. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treas.: Future Teachers at America: ACEI: Rhetor Stall, business manager: Inter-dormitory Council: Yeater Hftll Council: SGA Executive Council: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. MAGGIO, GEORGE MHJ.-EK. lrlusatic Alplw Fulure Student MIURP MUNG I-Jiuea Tau K vice-pf Clubil Faciii Playea 'Home viscrry cert I divisix mm's aiAn v .54--s.t.1A,q -,if qty 'mp'-31 ef. I. Y -Ifrv' --- l rt-1' -v - H t-- 'Ae-:uf'rd'-a'5frg,,',MQfg-hu-4.12 pst z- " . 'yfj-' .. ',' I t E L-- ' to -1g-- - .. :.A - I ',,' '. - ' . ' 3-' "i"'-f ' !:"1 'f 1 A , - ' ' 2' s 5-' --17-I it- l.""'L.:'1-!-1L.,?'2-G1..:-'1QPf,'yxQ'3'-'.v-t- ' -,L..f'1..l-QL..-:i 5-yt 5- lt.: - -- 'W t 1 ' 1 X ie.. . .. t -I t ' . -f f. Li I-Y git, ! it P. ,Vi Sedalia. Mo. reas.: Future CEI: Rhetor nterdormitoly unril: SGA o'S Who in niversities. MILLER. FRANCES B. Education Mayview. Mo, Alpha Phi Delta: Commerce Club: Future Teachers ol America: Baptist Student Union. MIURA. KEI MUNGER. EARL L. ' Independence. Mc. Education. Biology - Tau Kappa Epsilon: Alpha Phi Omega. vice-pres.: Inter Organizational Booster Club:lunior Class SGA representative: Facilities Committee SGA: C M S C Players: "Death ol a Salesman": "Romeo and Iuliet": Diemer Hall Ad- visory Board: Freshman Counselor: Con- cen band: Chairman oi the Biology division ol the Science Club: Counselor men's residence halls: Future Teachers ot America. - MII.l.ER, GLORIA Education Long Beach. Calif. Majorette: Counselor: Liahana Fellow- ship. sec.: 'road Hall Council: Religious Emphasis Week Publicity Committee: Future Teachers ol America: Alpha Phi Delta. . MOBLEY. CAROL KATHLEEN Education Bamett. Mo. Baptist Student Union, pres.: Student Christian Association: Religious Empha- sis Week Executive Committee: Future Teachers ol America. NALLE, IOE Pattonsburg. Mo. Education Sigma Tau Gamma: Deans Honor Roll: Square Dance Club: Student Center Committee: Physicgl Education Club: Counselor: Intramurals: CSF: Future Teachers ol America. Names, KENT Ncsiair, Mnnvici: Pi-niurs English Kansas City, Mn. Future Teachers ol America. Nssiair, GERALD Kansas city. Me. NICHOLS' KENNHH Business Administration outing Club, treas. ss. pies.. ss. coin. merce Club: CMSC Players. NOE. MAX K. Larnoni. Iowa Business Administration Osborne I-Iall. vice-pres.: Future Tecr- chers ol America: Commerce Club: Freshman counselor: Liahona Fellow- ship: Osborne ottice manager: Intra- murals: Osborne Advisory Board, NORCROSS, IAMES DEE Walrensburq Merchandising and Retailing Commerce Club: Theta Alpha Phi: Writers' Club, pres.: Cemost Editorial Board: The Barker: Hotel Universe. Romeo and Iuliet. A I t vi . ,, ., i 1 , If l It .1425 V il? I i ,J 'Y 't 5. .. ' :LAW , 3- - fl N, g ru IT' 2 tcm., - -.Q ii- xl 1- , .V . 5 fps ll . I J . if D ' -L, ::'v--- , i". 3 . l f -"1 I r- ,. 4 A fd, 2 E 5 its, F., lg. H- -- 1-.ll J: -F.. - ,L . ir .5 KT il :pf 91.11 .I V.: fi L " ,, n ,l ty VT. .E I- 'ilf-Il' is --f-.1 1 i.J: l' rw fi'-if 1' , 4 i -,Ip . .-4-'th C ll-I . i . nf.. in g.. 5 iii ni- ,X a-. M 3 in i,--.. . .TF if ig: 1. , iii? .- fi-, . , l l .-r. s l NOVAK, IOHN l-ll-:NBY OESCH, RUSSELL D, Hurrisonville Bachelor ol Science Kappa Sigma Kappa. BALL. Biology Sigma Sigma man: I Class 11 EGLJ man: Ernpl Key: Roll. cil. 1 HAWLING Accounlin ' OHBINK. BRUCE I. PARKS. OUN L. Warrensburq Tau Kap Education North Kansas Cily Accounting Commerca Sigma Tau Gamma: Modem Foreign HOBBY R Language Club. pres.: East Hall sec.: 301714- .f Freshman counselor. REAVIS, V Physical PAULL. IIMMIE R. Seddlia PAUISEN. EUGENE L. Kansas City PhFiml Accounting Accgunung Tau Kappa Epsilon: Commerce Club. PEHHINE, IIM Wellington PETERS, PAT Education. Physical Sigma Tau Gamma: Physical Educa- tors' Club: Future Teachers ol America. PRICE, HELEN St. Louis Physical Education PEM Club WHA, vice-pres.: Booster Club, sec.: Cheerleader: Yealer Hall counselor: Popular Girl. Alpha Sigma Alpha. . .1 PETRE. RICHARD D. Warrensburg POLLOCK, MTHIAM H. X Sociology and Psychology Alpha Phi Omega: Liahoma: Modern X2 Foreign Language Club. 'Y' . I RABO URN, WILLIAM HAGLAND. IAMES M. Deepwater Kappa Sigma Kappa: Veterans Organ- ization: Varsity Track: Varsity Goli. 30 .....-. L-.. -'-1.1:-,,g'1.,,1. -Lt., TY ' 'tl- .ua 'WN f w mu .. .- . A. .. - -Y F- V.-.--c-.-.--, -fa , 1. .f,, - M, .,,-w----ff . ff- ' '. -Y' ' Y , . , " , . - . , 4-,1 . - ,---.. V,, ...-. , ' - . J- H . -- , ..,. N .M ,,. . A f ' Q- , 4-'-:T-1-'f l Q.,-.--wi--. L- ' Q. ve r'11','f 'H-A' -'H lv-1--Q-: l l-- g, , X' '- Y V' + , 1 ' l 'A 3 1 af. ,-H F-1 l--The-fuF.:fLr1Qd.lf6.1f-aww Jizlm- '-lmkfl l' l.11wi,5..- A "F-"2-f-S"l1": -' . .- xl:-Q-1-, - , E, " , . Y -- E - -.- . .4 Ha- aw- . 1 .M .- ,, ul' - f t V, 3 ' -1 '- la- - ., . ,-- . f k' -' ' - onville -uburq s City Club. 'T,,"'1 -Y. rm. 44 t ,,V....,r,-fxg, f r RALI., KENNEII-I L. Sibley Biology Sigma Tau Gamma: Who's Who: Phi Sigma Pi, pres.: SGA Citizenship nnrnr- man: Executive Council ol SGA: SGA Class Representative: Science Club. treas.: Student Center Committee Chair- man: Freshman Counselor: Religious Emphasis Week Committee: SGA Honor Key: Hall ol Recognition: Dean's Honor Roll, four years: Inter-Eratemity Coun- cil. RANNABARGAR, IOANNE Music Kansas City Crescendo Club: Music Educators' lila- tional Conlerence: Band: Future Teo- chors ol America: Orchestra: Choir, RAWLINGS, ROBERT E, RAYNE, ROBERT C, Accounting Kansas City 'l'au Kappa Epsilon: Phi Sigma Pi: Commerce Club: Outing Club: Dean's Honor Roll: Osbome Hall Advisory Board. nsnvrs, CHARLES nonsm' REYNOLDS! HUGH A., my Physical Education LaMonte . Wanensbmg Physical Edvwlors Club- Business Administration. RICKMAN. WILL W. RIDINGS. MAX RICHARD RITTER, AGNES CHARLENE Art Education Independence Beta Alpha: Theta Alpha Phi: CMSC Players: Canterbury cinb: F. T. A.: Yeater Hall Glee Club and Council. RIDGE, ROBERT GEORGE Business K Kansas City Dlemer Hall Advisory Board: Football: Baseball: M Club. RIPLEY. ROBERT G. Otterville Business Administration Commerce Club. ROI-IRBACH. MARILYN Calliornia Elementary Education Alpha Phi Delta: A Cappella Choir: Band: Gamma Delta: Independent Stun dent Organization. SCHAFFER. EDWARD E. SCHAFFTER, PATRICIA G. SCHNELL. WARREN D. l I ., Il ll i l 4 l l I 1 l w 1 r l ROSBRUGH. MARIAN ELMA El Dorado Springs Elementa Education YY Religious Emphasis Week: W. S. G. A.: F. T. A.: A. C. E. I. ROCK. VINCENT Sociology, Phychelogy A. P. O. Ross, wru.1AM G. Sedona 'sz.se: Footbvll '531 Sigma Tau Gamma: Physical Eduwwls Club: Intramurals 'sz-sep stems 'ffm Show Time: F. T. A.: House Manager, Slflma Tau Gamma. Pasadena. Calif. RUSSELL, FRANK MORELAND RUSSELL, RUTH L. Education Sedalia Education. Drama Washington, D.C. Phi Sigma Epsilon: Director ot "Black- outs": Veterans Organization: Newman Club: Football: "New Way to Pay Old Debts": "Curious Savage": "Romeo and IuIiet": "Physician In Splte of Him- selI": "Aladdin": Student Center Com- mittee. Entertainment Committee Chair- man: Wha's Who: Hall ot Recognition. 2 years: Freshman Talent Show. Direc- tor 'SSJ Freshman counselor: "Stars on Paradeui Religious Emphasis Week publicity committee: Osborne Hall Ad- visory Board: Dean's Honor Rol.l. SCHREFFER. HERB SCHIFFERDECKER. LOIS ANN Bonner Springs Kans. Business Administration Veterans Organization: Tau Kappa Epsilon. SELF. DICK R" 'TTT 'Q L1-f-f .31 :L .-. F' 'i"''w""'i'.?'f5'?f'-'-f'iQI1f1l"'-.A' A I ..., 1.1-Ta,-...Y 1 SCOTT, BRUCE I-IALI. Hughesville Business Administration. Retailing Alpha Phi Omega, 3 years: Alpha Phi Omega Historian and Student reporter, "SS-'5S: CMSC Players 525537 "Mis- souri I.egend" and "One Act Play Fes- . tival": Outstanding Iuniar Buslness Major: Commerce Club Award '55: Publicity Chairman, UMUC, SEMPLE, ROBERT I. Warrensburg. Mo. Business Education Pi Omega Pi: Future Teachers of Amer- ica: Commerce Club: Veterans Organ, ization, treas.: A Cappella choir: Bap- tist Student Union. Lamoni. Iowa Elementary Education W. S. G. A.: I. S. O.. vice-pres.: F. T. A. Lrotmne Fellowship. r',,T SHANNON, Education Future Teac SI-IEA. CID Education Industrial I SHOUP. IC Sedalia 3: Sigma on Club: au Show er. Sigma mni. Iowa I.: F. T. A. K.--1 ---L, .. .. r 1 1r1'--I ".n.,.if- I SHANNON, MARION I. SHANNON, ROSIE LEE Concordia, Mo. Education Future Teachers oi America. SEEN CI-OYD SHAW, PATRICIA Educalion Clarksburg' Mc- Education Oak Grove, Mo. Indultrivl NIS Club: KGPPG Delte Pi. Delegate wscm Ameiunon or Child- hood Education: Future Teachers oi America: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Alpha Phi Sigma: Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi: WRA. SHOUPJOANNE LOUISE simmons, IMOGENE Nmbome, Mo. Business Administration Pi Omega Pi: Future Teachers oi America: Commerce Club: Alpha Phi Delta. I SIMPSON. BARBARA SMALL, STANLEY NEII. SMITH, FRANK S. Education Parkville, Mo. Future Teachers of America: Deans Honor list. SKILLMAN, GLORIA Education Fayelle, Mn SCA Chairman: President of Yeale: Todd Glee Club: Secretary oi WSGA: Secretary oi Senior Class: Rush Cap tain in Sigma Sigma Sigma, Choir. SMITH, BARBARA IANE SMITI-I, GERRI I-I. f --H - -I EI? pl ,.l ,l I. ll? l Yfll .,,, ll .pl .ilu ll ll l ill ll l .ll l l lil ll E :ll l li' l U4 ll' ll, ll Il illl H. l I l l 5 ll ll il li ls l l l 4 ll S l. Q l l l ,VE ,. ll fl ,l l ls .x, X - 1, .,,,x ,...Ls,-.,,L -- 1 SMITH, MILDRED MAY SMITH, NANCY LEE Education Kansas clay, Mo. Siqma Sigma Sigma, Corresponding sec.: Alpha Phi Delta: Science Club, sec.-treas.: Women's Counselor: WS- GA: Resident Assistant, Todd Hall: Todd Hall Council: Newman Club: Future Teachers oi America. SMITH, ROBERT M. Bates City, Mo. Bachelor ol Music Education Chorus: A Cappella Choir: Crescendo Club: Future Teachers ot America: Music Educators Conference. smnzn, IUANITA IUNE SOLOMON, mam, SHDLE' MARY STALEY. snwmm W. STALLING, BESSIE walllpalap, Ma. Bachelor ol Music Education craspaaaa Club, treas. ssl napa 'sa ss: orpllasna, A Cappella chan: Alpha Ph' Slsmar KUPPU Dana Pl: Memaalsl slaaaal oraanazallaaf sluaanl Christian Assaaaanaaf Square Dance Club, STAYTON. JAMES W. Education -' xt-Jw 11-w. Harrisanville, Mo. SMITH, NANCY E. Education Miller, Mo. Future Teachers ol America: Baptist Student Union. SMITH, DICK Mission, Kans. General Business Phi Sigma Epsilon, corresponding sec.: Alpha Phi Omega, Historian: Commerce Club: Men's Councilors Organization: SGA representative, 3 years: SGA. Assembly Chairman: Who's Who: Rhe- tor Stoll: Student Center Committee: REW Committee: Student Representa- tive on lhe Personnel Cabinet: Rhelor Ball: Parent's Day: High School Senior Day: Freshman Talent Show: WUS: Hall of Recognition: Booster Club. SMITH. ROBERT P. Accounfinq Garden City, Mo. UMOC: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Alpha Phi Sigma: Commerce Club: Booster Club. ,,..,l1 11-.J-v ,.. 1,-yr w.. .L -1 STEPH Educat Presidn hmm: FDTUEBI RCEK. STON Biology STROUD, Education Sigma Sig mg sea. txem.: All hallenic C A Cappel Alpha Pt Club: Stu li P i . A-' W- sf- .- -. - e-.- ,-- e -- -p--l-'-n- aaa.--"M-f',.rW 1 - we , ff W. , . -a- 1--Y 3 - - . -s 1, , .. ,l. - ery- -I, . .-3 e, -. , , k, - 1 . -- - ,-el ... ' 1'v,..:fJ"...f.1 r.,.1 1 -L -A A I . , yt ...., , N , ' . , 1 ft- 'l:f- Hulk -e if ' l - - lm ki ---I I-- f..l'7i...f-LL-3...L3,.Q54,,,,, ' 1:-3,Q-iii Di 1:1 i l lgi 13:3 ,-, 'Y '15 5 Q 5-A 'T-iii--15 pp lx- L ,L V ,x 5 n 5. ':,--if ,lid ,eil ,llltay ui is- M -. - . - " l .' -f Jr- :lv Q f. , .,,,. Av f 1 .A A, :-I -' 1-' 1 L1 ,Jig - ,-- -f u "T JT.: -1 J., -,. - :R ll V 'IP- -W - A r. - - - 1 . - - . , ,. e .. vw V . 1- ,, . I e la, 1 , wr V W... :-l V r-'l . le- . -sl -- -, . .H h Miller, Mo. rica: Baptist ission. Kami. bonding sec.: n: Commerce Jrganizationr years: SGA. 's Who: Rhe- Committee: Representa- ainetz Hhetor School Senior how: WUS: er Club. en City, Mo. ppa: Alpha ub: Booster STEPHENS, BETTIE Education Tulsa, Okla. R President Todd Hall: Counselor: Lla- hona' Heli tous Em hasis Week Corn- l 9 P mittee: Future Teachers ol America: ACEI. STONER, SPENCER Dover, Del. Biology STROUD, DONNA MAE Education Raytown, Mo Sigma Sigma Sigma, pres., Correspondl ing nec. and Keeper oi Grades: WSGA, treas.: Alpha Phi Delta. sec.-treas.: Pan- hellenic Council: Yeater Hall Council: A Cappella Choir: ACEI: Who's Who: Alpha Phi Sigma: Yeater-Todd Glee Club: Student Counselor. T?-'ifu 'Q 1. ,- STEWART. IERHI LEE STRONG, GLENN sworrfono, CWALT X Birch Tree, Mo. Physical Education - SWOPES, BILLIE 3 THOMSON. NORMA LEE Education Kansas City, Mo. PEM Club: WBA, pres. '54-55: Dolphin Club, pres. '55-SS: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Registrar '54: Grade Chairman '55: Commerce Club: Future Teachers oi America: Yeater Hall Counselor. TURNER, MARTHA IANE THOMA. .SARA B. Education Boonville, Mo. Alpha Sigma Alpha. pres. '55-SS: Wha's Who: Student Center Committee: Pan- hellenic Secretary: Yealer Hall Secre- iciyi Science Club, ccc. '54-ss: Kappa Delta Pi, Historian '55456: WSGA: Al- pha Phi Sigma: Alpha Phi Delta: Futura Teachers oi America: Rhetor Stall: WUS: Counselor: Yeater Glee Club: Hall ot Recognition, TINDLE. IACK I.. Sedalia, Mo. Economics VANDERLINDEN. MARILYN l. WALTERS, THOMAS C. VAN MAELE. FRANCES VOLGENAU. HOWARD, L.. IR, WALL, VERA KAHL X , 44 -, .-.v,,,f---t, ..- t..l "-A - VEATCH, SUE gducmicn Ietlerson City, Mo. Pi Omega Pi, sec.-treas. '55-56: Kappa WiLL Delta Pi: Alpha Phi Delta: rut-ne Teachers of America: Commerce Club. WAGENKNECHT, IAMES R. WALTERS. ANGALENE FAYE Education Windsor, Mo, Education Sedalia. Mo. ACEI, Future Teachers oi America. ISO: Alpha Phi Delta: Science Club: WEAR, IOHN D. Independence, Mo. Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon: Alpha Phi Omega: Freshman Counselor: SGH Executive Council: Commerce Club: lunior Class vice-pres.: Booster Club. WELLS. SANDRA KELLEY Education Kansas City. Mo. Majorette, 4 years: Head Majorette, 2 years: Pi Kappa Sigma, Keeper ol Archives: Student Center Committee. Publicity Chairman: SGA Representa- tive: Band: Student Center Committee Activity Key. WEINTRARB HAROLD WHA WILLIAMS, GORDON G.. IH. lonia, Mo, Merchandising and Remixing Phi Siqma Epsilon, sec.: Student Assem- bly: Commerce Club, wt-trrronv. mcourra L. Education Honolulu, Hawaii Future Teachers ol America: 'road Hall, me-pm.. tmepnofm Council: PEM Club: wan. rg? r "" 7'-J -3"7"'tl 41, K I---1 171 .. Y- -l'73--FM ' Y--L... 1.1.-L,-2 - WILLIAIVIS, BETTY IANE Education Kansas City. Mo. Future Teachers oi America: American Childhood Education Institution, Alpha Phi Dena: A Cappella choir. Kappa Mu Epsilon: Future Teachers ot America. WIL Mer Con Org- WOOD Secreta Pi Kap pendant Booster merce cil. sec- tive C Rhetor ment K Recogn r -it-A -1 -w y '-1 t I I ieg,1g.,ffl-.4-g,.'T jiiftj "f'1i1s.3-fi'ioj," 5j.:.:1gffggf.,gfg- ieg2.g.-g,L,1'g,geqN ' ai ea.-s.t.s.., V, ,Ly 5111 4 . t . A ' " "" '-' P- '.J g., ' ' I 'C' Eff" 1- 'W-. Aa"NQ'T " .l-551 ":, ' 'W' f"N'1"' -' -'T' 4 '--"l."' '-v 'V - , ' " . M .mu 'T' ':.--' ""'f1--.H-V'--1 -4 1'-' .. z - -.-.-f--4 , ' fi V, Uezsan City. Mo. ls. 5565: Kappa l , Dena, p.,..,,e WILLlAMS,ELl-IANOR D. Wm-MMSIGEMLD Commerce Club. WILLIAMS. IAMES E. Kansas Cil . Mo. Y ES R' Merchandising and Retailing 1 FAYE Sedalia, Mo. Science Club: ure Teachers at ..1 ., 1. x i"'l Commerce Club: Outing Club: Veterans Organization: Booster Club. WOOD, WANDA Kansas City, Mo. Secretarial Science Pi Kappa Sigma, sgt-at-arms, Corres- ponding sec.: Alpha Phi Delta: WSGA: Booster Club. pres.: Cheerleader: Com- merce Club: WHA: Panhellenic Coun- cil, sec.: SGA Assembly: SGA Execu- tive Council, sec.: SGA Honor Key: Rhetar Stall: Student Center Entertain- ment Committee, co-chairman: Hall ot Recognition: Who's Who. WILSON, ROBERT G. Clinton, Mo. Bachelor ot Arts Who's Who: Student Government As- sembly Representalive: Phi Sigma Epsi- lon, sec.: Phi Sigma Phi, vice-pres.: Band: Chorus: A Cappella Choir: Cres- cendo Club, pres. WHIGLEY. KATHRYN lndependence, Mo. Business Administration Commerce Club: Orchesisl Yeater-Todd Glee Club: SGA Representative: Alpha Phi Delta, vice-pres.: student center Committee. MM zmlcls. LARRY E. Education Kansas cny, lvlo. Theta Alpha Pm, pres. 'si-ss, whos who. cMsc Players: uNew Way to Pay Old Deblst "'Holel universal :Death ul Q Salesman." PRICE. HELEN Mr. Dale Carnegie delivering the gradu- ation address to the summer graduates. at which time the degree Doctor ot Letters was conferred on this, one of our most distinguished alumni. ELLlSTON, WILLIAM wx ,R-- RV jf, wr- " W- A , T t .V mi , , t i , ' 1 J t S il r 5. U, , -Sifdf fi ff, fi --, K s X3 0 1,13 it U F1 IOI' . tw rr 'ii .V gi' 'JH : ,.' 'lf L ,JL ' mega 11'1 M FV' Lfjtjt J I3 -, - V, gi W ' Vice-President, Ken Hcryob: President, Gene Plowmcm: tug if X 5 f ' Secretory, Sandy Cornell. wi l--4 . . , , ?4'V,l...T vj 1 I -K- rr 5 ji ' ti it gt K. -T! li w 1, if .1 1 if 5 i i , ': -4 'I E32 5 M i f if Sophomore fi' 1 5, W wt ' t W , ,W A tj! f-Law M! f-Ti. t liz! it ' Vit. P H ,, h E Y Y Vice-President. Don Ross: President, Keith Scott: , ' it , if Secretary, Georgcmne Straub. 'L V- X . i 1 tt it 'vt . A V 25 V1 it io ' in ilu ff ii 1' t Ili t t z... A Q i, it r,'i nderclassmen Q7 Off' 1' ICCI' S Freshman if 38 ia S iz, 'tit Q- :Y4 or me t A F A Y V, W r V , H . ,-. P, 1-., ,.. -.,,"' v-'LR 3... :.,..:1..'., ,w fn -,... - . , . .t ,t fy N , A K ,Lv i I -L .4 i ' a El b th A h l Sophomore Ahmud Alai Freshman Donald Allison Freshman Icxcqueline And: Sophomore 'rv Q., . ff x 3 . 'KQ' X 5 v Q, 4 Ronald Baumgcm Freshman zfilfii V. i X: 1 3' Mary Baker Freshman Carmen Bmtnqu Freshman Elizabeth Achelpohl Sophomore Ahmud Alai Freshman Donald Allison Freshman lacqueline Andrews Sophomore 1' " 'fix . 1 , 2 9' 1 2 5 ff? 9' , xii .371 3 Ronald Baamgartner Freshman Mary Baker Freshman Carmen Barlage Freshman - is-Q4 132 , M .. rv , K I , , l X 'Y c r ,.an . , M, , Frank Acton Freshman V "AA 'H AQ f ,,, 5 ' fu 1 z '- -fsff, 2.1 Gloria Allen lunior fr? . A. A Qs,-Q' r 5 , ,, 4 A Pat Allison Willard Alllop Sophomore Freshman Richard Andrews lose Anzalotla Iuniar Freshman Bernice Bacon Kathlyn Baie Freshman Sophomore Terry Baker Betty Baldwin Sophomore Freshman Gerainc Bcrlcge Gary Barnard Iarraar Sophomore 25 ,rv My' I , ,-,fa - , Q fl 9 'W 3 wr Ierrv Adams Tammy Adams Norma Aeschbacher lar-nes Ama Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore ldnis Allen lunior Mary Altholl Freshman Gary Argo Iunior , . ,V 'Win' H ,fs 4 rr v r ,ru rf. ,.- rm if 5 , f Elizabeth Baile Iunior Y r -, 6 l r mf? a lunet Baldwin Sophomore Grace Barnard Sophomore Melva Allen lunior loyce Alvis Chester Arterburn Freshman J . sr .Fw Martha Baile Freshman loyce Baldwin yarraar Donald Barnes lunior Myrma Allen Norma Allen Freshman Freshman Carol Ainsworth Freshman 'fm' fig' 51' ff ' QQ Wilma Allen gn .. X , i' 5 , A1123 1 '15 . in . Eva Lee Amer Ella Ames Marv Anderson Iarriar lunior Freshman F V If A V ,Mr I I 1 14 ' .I .. 't 4 . J 1 ,Ni-.-f Q , are - 'V L 'C em V . .W ' -259 ' f' 'i r x .1 Q 7 M y Q .. John A'fe'b"m lahn Aneberry Gene Augustine l""'0f Freshman rrefhrrrarr .. -s-L Thane 1 . A ' A45 , -r. , , V r ' ' ff , -:sf ., X X . N' f- - lrv, fn. 1 'r , f ' . t a Q x ... L . E Robert Bailey Betty Baker Dean Baker Freshman Freshman Freshman , 1, , , f is , A N -,. ' , ' ff' m ji 3' f K Edwina Bales Freshman 'S 5 j K W, .l gfrfr us. . tw 1, X - 5344.2 A ..- Willian Barnes Freshman QE, 1 Perry Bales rarrrar Terry Barker Freshman Bertha Barnett Freshman varyle Barry sarrrrarrrarr- 1' r..f-w.- r P N -- ' x,-212 -: . "" " :Tia-'r.12E?i! wr - . f- 77 'lf ,. Q- ' i f I ' 1 ' Q. V, fi H I ff, , .I z,j ' V , ' 171 ' V " - 1- ,yg13'-55" .1 . 1 w 'Q ' - if " . - - 11+ M-ff' , . I W , U , A -:.,:yzg,xf M , B b Baxter Brenda mn-I Alex Banleu rams naman Tony Beacons sue Banya Carolyn Bauer Corolrin ixmue' alum, rmnmun rmhmn sophomore sophomore 1-mmf Sophomore U" Q ., 'wif VZYQM4- A V Z:-jf?" ., ' ,' i N V ,.., . iygm F I I nal 1, Bm., Amr near Barbara sedan Bohm rseumhm umm neu Sue neu vugrnra Boll Ioho Home P V Iunlor r,,.r,mc,, Junior I-mlm Iunm he-hmmm Sophomore Flolhmfm rf - , flu' -Q ,, lxzffgifwrf-3 r . I - 0335 .. . - 1 5 , 4- - ,, , ' . ' .' - Y me on 51+ , -fel, .3 MZ, :V I. , ' - - f , ,, . i 4' Zim, v7 Q A , ' ' V I , ,Q Ioe Belt Richard Bennett Iueon Benton Robert Bergman Harry Dome: Bill Berrler Shirley Berry Clarence Bell Sophomore Freshman yunrm junior I-'mghmqn Fxeehmcm Iunior Freshman X , -Q. A' V',',?4-U, , W 1 Rodolfo Belton! Lois Bickel - Allan Biesemeyer Iclnel Bigger! Genevieve Billings Clay Bills- Robert Bixkenmolor Huber! Bishop lunior Sophomore Iunior Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman . ...,- , ' ' , . , ' 4g'.'!:,3'-f ,MK . - ' - ,-f'3'5'?sQ. fj ' 2 . fir?-dk , M y 1 -"' . -- X- " 1 " 3- - faiizii'-1.i-if V J - - - L f, . -r V . -'g-5515" -r. :N . - . 511 . 1-'M "Q ur 4 Q Y - . ,... - -f Z . -L 'Q -' QE::.i53'- M' 1 9. -.4 i'1,::-'kr ' wx ' - r - F vivo i I if '- ' L B' Msgrgplliigmrxglgck Elvgonrgxgfshsp Magy ring Bloyd Delberlllioolenhumer Williarrn ngdenhumef Iam, Boenkm sandm Bomh Elma Bohm P op omore unmr res man junior Sophomom Sophomom l .,,. - ' fm ' ' ' -xr - - vvle 4 - " ' 5,1 9 , we E -,. 'o x li ' Q . 1- -.1 ' , of " . - A X , ., - ' zigzag? K -.-- all f , , V, -3'.-1-r.f1vf5s5z'24 5 I A " X J, , ,. J' ,A,A. K L rf' 1 o.,.J.z-.,-g 55 X , K X Glenn Balm some Bonner Teddy some Terry Boone Mar - , y Booth Louise Bosch N 1 Iumor Freshman sophomm lunlar A Fmhmm? Sophommem erizghxxien 535531331 , . ' ?o2:'ffi?1r-55315 ' - ' - -' f ' ' ' f 'A ,wr 1 - " To - ' ' " , 'F l 51' , 5 A ' ir- 'f F ,, , A .A Q 1 195.5 H Q wig., .. 1 Vgvfg. Mn . fy - , . , ,.- 4-so , , f X im, - , -elf " 'X Me ir r - of X - - f -w . f ,. r li . . r fx . 4 . , " ' ' 'Z'.i.,l,v if-ZVY '-" ff' ' -,v',,f - -. " - X -"W f - V or - 1 ,q is . Hmld scum non., sons Ruben soya Richard Blackman Donald Bradl Fmshman 5DPhomore Junior Iunior Freshman ey lay B"'Fkm"n Duane Emdersen Bobbr Bmkl b 'UNO' Sophomore Freshman . ,' ,, ,, ' - ' , ' ' I l W A 'T .,,. .,- ,-,.V . , .i 5 , - Y, , -MN ,WV A f A, X 4 1 4 - - - .. ,-'L - --11" ' 1 r' I . -f -. N.. '- . av, ka Lv V X E l Norman Brooks Iunioz Donald Brown Sogomore Rose Marie Brom Iunic! -J 1 Iolm Bran! Freshman Iohn Briner Sophomore William Buhlix Iuniox XYQIIEJI1 Sums Fx:-shman I Bob Bm" Norman laroolro lunior lunior ' Iohn Bellhe lunior , X 2 - Clarence Ball Freshman .. o , 1 , Hubert Bishop Freshman Elaine Boho: Sophomore f ?, ,HA Q f I5 3 , Kay Bosler Sophomore ff! f ..r'.'f?f I -' .fo A , 2 I ' J. -J A I iq I o f , A ,Win-2 7 .1 V, il . Bobby Broou Freshman sf... o. rl: .ax Donald Brown Sogomore rf l 1 'Es M! 1 1 f 4' 4 in I f ,V .:r.::::rs o X 3 Rose Marie Browning Iunior Iohn Bron! Freshman Iohn Brinel Sophomore :WA ,- ggi , 5 E- .,, . I-,.fg',QA William Buhllg Iunior Willian Burns Freshman Iohn Broolrshier Freshman Donna Brown Sophomore "9 I I II Bob Brown Freshman 'L ,Q Marion Braswell Sophomore -I' M ,Z ' qs f X A ,rf f 1 X Q f if f I , , , Q, 5 ia ,. of 1' fr A'mi,jf lm I' Buchness Sophomore -1fmz-f3:- A if r , ' 4.1 'fr ifwsfrf I 1' , . . ,sm .-,Ie A ,H . do ' , ,g yyy ,sr,rr.,. rwfzmaf .. ,.,, . Marjorie Bullock Sophomore Don Burton Iunior Kay Brooluhier Freshman Sqphomme Ken Broolrshle. I .III V 1 ff X Y , if I x 6 , William Brough Iunior I I . I I I I I I . I I I Albert Brown Arlene Brown Belly Brown I lunior Freshman Senior I I I I , I , 1 ' I .f.,, 3 I ' if I nzosfg' ,, .zz I . , I Ieyce Brown Murylu Brown rrooo larowrr wollooo Brown Charles Brown Kevin nrowrrllolol Freshman Sophomore lunior Iunior lunlor I I I 1 its ' ' 'ff I - I I: "fi ogg. ' ' ' IW . ' I '-" x 9- I I . I I slrorrrll larorlr Dolorlo Bryan Doris Bryan noymoorl rarodloy Polor larorrooro clrorloo Brody I ,I Freshman lunior Sophomore Freshman Sophomore I I- I. . I, I II I . .J ' Q 1 I I' E123 -I II 3.2.2 ,, .. il , , I I - I ,I I I I I I I I I. I I I I I I I I I I Io Brawner Katheryn Bray Iohn Brewer Hehe Bricewo Virgina Brieqel Arvin Briggs I ' I Freshman Iunior Freshman Iunior Freshman Freshman I I . 'Ii ,. . . - , . .fr.,. L I fr- rw fl V91 I' ' ' ' ' ' " I I .9 'f . W If I I -M '1 If 51:1 2: fr Z ' , " I ' .Z-xs"g-,:: 1 5 tw' . '- I I ' 'I I lean Buck Anloinelle Budd Freshman Freshman .J r - .:,.. of' " .1 . f.. . 3 , T., , Im 'if' w ' , 5 , oz ' lim Bumgarner Conslonce Bundy ' I Willis Buesinq Freshman Hoy Burqelt Sophomore lunior Freshman I fzl if . ' - for V: .If ' . - .-"EEF-Q5 sf W5 f I a . ' .- . f .r I ,., . - .f ff.:-Iw o I: I 'I-11:14 ' ' .Ig 1 r ,K . .E , X- I, .. gl . XX Q NX ' I of i ,cms Bus Ge.-,rgo Butler Harold Butler Freshman Sophomore I-mio' Rosalee Buhler Curtis Buhliq Kenneth Bohlig , Sophomore rroohmorr soplromoro V. R. - , A yr' I, II gfgaj: lr. -.,. , 0 ' . i lgggo f .. lz,j'if.'- Ili . F "' I .I 1 rl N015 B.,,l,h,,,. Cynthia Burns noborl Burns I sopr,.,.-we rroolrrrrorr Freshman I . 'I I I I I ., I I I I .3 , .. 5... ' Beverly Bulls PC1lByler Wanda Eyre, Freshman Iunior Freshman oararlry lsrlrar syrra Freshman Carolyn camabau Sophomore 1 ,ll Norma car-lwrlglrr Freshman Doris Chaney Iunlor f . ff' Kea Sung Chang Sophomore 9: ,yy Virginia sua Colt lunior ,,...',,., rx' ' , ,,, 4 J .Ky Robert Terry Coomec Fu-shman .jf '. 1 'S 'W Q I 0 V lalrrr William Byrd Freshman Harry Campbell lunior Hobby loe Case Freshman .. rr: 'Q ..::.,:a ' -egrgiagaf 'f ' ' 'w , "s , .73 si .l Iii. r 55: f I L 4- ,V latomaa Richard Elmer Byrd V Sophomore v A lim l., Campbell Iunior . Wffr, . T, .gi-- 'fe ' X . 4631 A"" -f lame: Cash Freshman f' ' 'r -.g gfr ggr xt ri H .,., 5.113531 .. . , , 5 x 1- We Robert Byrne Sophomore Flora Camlona Freshman Iames H. Cas Sophomore on Gary Cain Freshman A' 'xi ' 5715.6 4 ff Sff' , ' 25 ' . ff Paul W.Carrel lunior 'agar 1: 'gr Q if Y. egg , Y ', ' r JE T.,,.r-, " Patricia Ann Cassing Freshman ! I It I W 1 f ! 1 A3 f L 1 Wllletta D. Chappolow Lois Cheesman Robert Eugene Child.: Maxine Leota Chinn Freshman Iumor Freshman Freshman --fa.. ' Qi A . og. I ,, ' QQ, . rf. 'v ' rizizf S12" tf"': "" f 'ZEv1'.:.sZ"'If'ffl:.r., Lax. f 4 Iohn L. Cipolla Grace Clark lim Claypool Margaret Ann Cline Iumof ll-UIIOI Sophomore Freshman . l Renata Cajado Bette Ioan Cameron Sophomore l- ' ' . I a, - f, ff' rr, yfivi ' , Z" j V' -' Q' ., Q." , fi' , 1 ,fr-, Q!! 1 f ff ft . fs, Nw iz ' f m 4 -V 1254 5 I' 4, V ff ? ' " 3 1 . , . f eff? ' -, Kenneth Russell Carriker Bud Canon Sophomore Freshman Robert G. caywoaal Freshman Tommy Christain Sophomore Bob Colin-lan Freshman Shirley Ann Cecil Freshman Mildred E. Christensen Freshman Darlene Coliman Sophomore .- ff 4.51 ...,--4 - ffz., lf I , , y.. . 'rr,yf., ,, 521 f +2 J f W ,. A ff NW, Vx Benny Gene Campbell Loyce Cartwright Sophomore Bonnie Chambers Sophomore Foster Smith url Freshman Marguriette Crawford Freshman lf, . .hlf Dorothy Culp Freshman rr' 'X -. Gerald Daugherty lunior lohn Ward Chronister Sophomore IW' N X if " XX Q 5 ' Kenny Day Iohn Thomas Coleman Fteshmcm Sophomore f la. May Coke l lr c lb Kathleen DWF Im-liar cc Iunlrem MUFY 3:11111 Cole lack Comer Iames I. Conard Patricia Ann Conard Iennie E Cool: Iunior . res man Freshman Freshman F h ' '95 UWB Freshman . - . '. ' r- ' Jfhrr. . . , S 'N' If I .. ., ,. V . Ria V . 1 x x V K . i 'X f fi , Wa.. " ggf , I 'Sh ei. - f V i ' ,27 7 r 73 'M - -h 4 Q . .Q - . 5 '-fi--r - L .,.. Q , A , V5 hte . - X - fl, f , W 3 Q9 -ag X . lmllh serhlrr. Beverly lslaaalaa Cooper Glar a B ln Co s rraalrrrrarr lrresllrrrrarl Opel Helen 9'x'Pe' 100'-11 Cooper Darr carala Ann Co Nphmm lunlor So hom r r m George Cornell P 0 0 larrmr so Phamore Freshman - --,. - .-,: :,, M - V- r In A- V.. A V My M, .,,, I -' f - V - -N.--1--' - ,-W.-'QQ 1 .,, -,Y pg W 1 -- r- - no : f . . . 5' ' , - H Y r Q Benny Gene Campbell Loycn Cartwright Sophomore Bonnie Chambers Sophomore Fosler Smith Crawlorcl 1 V F h Moriorie Crain Home Ly Cyan Dorolhy Elizabeth Cralt Teresa Crabtree Lloyd Cowherd Iari-ies Richard Courlriey ludy Arin Caurrts res man Ffeshmun Freshman Freshman IUMOY lunior Sophomore Freshman I " ., err-1 XX , W., T5 '19 Q 'FE-i f S A , Mdrquggfiggf-tbelh Chrisla1Creds0n Dot Crorrriioyor Walter Crews Gary Crockett Marilyn Cross wiuiorri Crowder Velma Culbertson Fmhmun SDP more lunior Sophomore Sophomore lunior sophomore i-,e,i,,,,a,, Wy' avr, Dorothy corp Freshman 1742.3 - . ' L, w, Z 'M V gs cc' ,fi Q: 'Z X , r if I J I V., I Gerald Daugherty Yohn Ward Chronilier Iunim Sophomore -0 fp 1 , 7 ., 'EX ' . ' ,.,, 1' " . 7 ' I " , f Kenny Day Iohn Thomas Coleman Freshman Sophomore Kathleen Dempsey Iennie E. Cook Irmior Freshman . .rm - f Q. If .-rjsi fr' "1 'if52'-215 1' 'Z 0115 zzfvgja' N ,CLI 39" ,j a f. r George Comell Freshman 4- 1.9: ' I ludith Dexhimer Sophomore Bob crrpiro Freshman Mildred crrrris ' Iunior Freshman William Dahlslen Mary Lou Dahms Catherine Dameron Sophomore rrorhrrrorr 1. fo., Kenl Damerill Freshman I ' ,'-, ' :fs . , 'Flu 4 ' gy Y -, , is , ,P - rf- f mg, . . 9 'X 4 Us vi Bob Davis Donna Beth Davis Ioe Davis lohn Davis Iune Davis Sue Davidson Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Iurriqr Freshman - 1 1 S f.'f:1',4' ' ' " '.-' ,' -,i -'n 'Z' ' 1 . . . if '- Q' , . K -gy-IQ ,rf , , , M., , , A, , f ' - 'I 'ff :e- ,V ,fl Q 1-t1, !M or , fm :W fn, S 1 fm I Phillis Day ludy Door Williorrr Dean Bruce De Hon Motildoroo la Cruz Carolyn Delapp Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Junior Special Freshman I ' Carolyn Denney Diane Dorrrroy sorrdro Denny Marolyn Denny Shirley Dent Carroll Doshorr Iunior Freshman Iunior Sophomore Iunior Sophomore .nf ' 11 If '- -If f , 2 -r og ., -, . . io f ' . r -i I Xglfy i g, I ' 'off "V I" R .f . 1 2 I -. I X Henry Dick look Diooirrrrorr 1-lorry Diorlror Flor de Maria Diez Bob Dillon Ellen Dirrsrrioro torrior Sophomore Freshman lrirrior Freshman Freshman Francis Dclllnd Iunior Carl Day lunior Marion De la Porte Sophomore Elizabelh Deuschle Freshman 11, ff . I 1 I 1 I I 'f I I . I f y I I I mon oiorroy rroshmorr If W 6 I I I I I I I I I. I If Ii' If A r I lr I I'- .I ,. r. I.- r ,,: I IV I I 1 I I I, I I I I tr I. I I I I I I. 5, 43 I' K 1 w 1 1 5 T 1 1 1 1 li l. I I l yr ll ll fl 1l 11 lf .M It '13 J 11 tl .V Q. lt L 4 1 13 .N .1 l 1 fl 1 1 , 1 1 .'r L1 .fr r 1 4 t 1 .,'1 W l 1'1 1 l .l all l '1 '1 l 1 l ll ll 'il I --,v 1 ll 1. .T 1 i fl 'il' ll 1 1 9 , . l Ellen Frances Dilsch Gerald Evan Dixon Freshman Sophomore lols Anita Downing Freshman Larry Downey Iunlor Leslie Durrrrlrrglen Marlie Dunwiddle Sophomore Sophomore William T. Edwards lunlor 7 - 'Sl ref' X l ,rn-4' 1 . -as I If ix 665 Francis D. El-nhree Freshman 2. lil? A r , 1 ' A 551-v.g-'a1g.j.Q I-1 N r ig r 1 . X ,fr for X Dale Endicott Freshman ,F - rf' ' s rf -e R 1 15? 'X r- . A., Boyd Evcrsale V rreslrnrrrrr Phyllis Edwards luninr lohnn Elwell Iunior Duane Endicott Iunior 1 ,f Y fy? ..,...r . "ffl5QZf1- Af' I 124 ' I 31,1 Cdrollfves Freshman , r l 'L .. f ' 950,51 f fI,,, , 4 , ' We ., rtjfsezizlgrzy-J I I.. I , V ! , I ,- s ,, , ,. ...f .es1..5sy'fs J , ...ig Zigi! ,W , - - r. fr,-.-. , I ' ' .' 1 ' 437 1. fl 2 1. r - 7 -' 14527 31 I :WI ' ff, f ' 2 .. 'Q . ' f ffvify, 1 2' ,. Z .555 V, fl i .V ,br I XM' ,gf " , 3 'Z 1 V I +, f 1- ' 1 1 f' f " ' Charles Henry Finger K rrnrrrrrrnn Linville L. Doan Kay lean Dnbsnn Max Dellrrrnrr lrrrrnrrcr Derrelrrre niisgler 99523201332 Us Sophamora Pr.-rslrrnrrn rumor M101 QQ . or-.s ' ' W' Y' ' if . . ' Q A ff Mk , . 7 1 ns r' In I 42 :W i --- "" Keyes Fletcher .. Iunlnr ludilh A. Doyle Carl D. Drews lrrrr Drrnlrnrn Barbara A. Dnnn Phyllis 1. Drrrrn lamss l-l. Dunnaway Freshman Iunlor Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Io-Ann Dumell Lyle Drrsenberg Omiliu Mae Dykes Iurrior Freshman Freshman IL ' i ' J , , ...V f i Bill I. Edwards Patricia Edson Gerald D. Edson Freshman Sophomore Freshman , ' fl,-'f f,..,1,g., '5 . Hg,,3r .V ' r 1? I 1 ,. ,.,n ' 1, r 3 Roberta Ellithorpe William Elliston Donald H. Elliott Junior Senior Sophomore I l ' . -'12, .1.1:, Q iff: 2 ' -1' '7"1V'5. . I ,.,. , 4 .. if i Z' 1 r 4 4? , , f ' D 7 ,rr , XZ! ff Wilma M. Eastwood Freshman 1,52 V, .-.ferr fg,..,..,..sg? gr 'V H , ' f Jeannette Edmundson Freshman : 5162.5 1 .1 K5 . . P gf f r 'F 5 Q, ' 7 l . 11. ., dm Donald E. Elliott -s V 1.5 V5 1, 1 ,P if ' J . A Y N rr A 11 Shirley France Iunior llrie Eaton Shirley Eberlinq Freshman Sophomore l,: .I6T.:,?g 4. -.:V..:,.l:v?..: . ,NAA v If In ls' U . - -' if-'i 3, ' fr :Q -- - Q , f X 1 .Q . -V Eff. , , ,r-v: A :Q ' v 3, .,,, ,, . W, "-ff, ' ' Harry Fulwlder Freshman Charles Edmunds Heian E. Elrstam Freshman Freshman 1' HQ. :fi QF, .121 ' 3 'W , l ' 7 s . 4 " . ' , . . 5 if' A 9 fg f t f ..-T , Yi' X K A 5 Lowell Garner Iunior Millie Eiler Dennis Eidson Y Freshman Freshman Gene George loh"Q13Q::g'Cc" M91 'fLUi':'C0" Diane S- Ensberq Raymond Fates Caroline G. 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N , ,,.-ftgjg, ls- I . is Pvlfififr Theme lorm Thompson Claude Thomson l-lumld Tlmms on Nancy Thomson Beck Th b , lunlor Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Sozahorllldn-lim shgggsollxgm Larry Stewcxt Freshman s . , ' 3 Ellis Stoutimore Sophomore Mary Sullivan 5 phyttlg Tumor Freshman E Fred Unnewehr Freshman b . s f , lm l ' 4 Z Q 1 j gq L ,i,M C. '1' X II I Anthony Vemon Iunior Iunivr 1 5'?X'jnf , b -'VL' .... u p Qfif I 5 V ,. fr ?f, f ,Q , - ' . , Forrest Taylor lunior Larry Thomas Sophomore Bill Titus soplmmom David Walden Freshman Ragsne Washburn Freshman Noxtlyn Webb F :eshman H " l, F: 4 51 X if S' Y' W-., ,- A gt x 4-r 'yes l ' . 'K 35232525 1 N A Es V . . 'if ,i . A S . I .-f- yudim skmhwugh Sherryl Todd Hector Tome pmhmm, rmhmen r-'re-hmen F , W . :Q , K T 6' , 1 lx' KN sL 1, ,: 1, f ' zzsggpg K r Larry snwun Phyllls Tumer Iames Turrenllne Emma Freshman SoPhon1ore Eli: Stoutimore Fred Unnewehr Velma Urban Sophomore Freshman Freshman . l ' ,X r -r 3' 'ff ' .' ' " 2 V GK! 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A. 10 49" 3 N 61 f 61 ma, fy 4 in s -WVR' ---Q. war' my ,1- 09' Opening Freshmen Convo Presidential Reception Sig Tau Harvest Ball s,j 51+ e . A 'M gif SF' ig- if '42 L -Y ii if 5"-' , , , iliff J N 11 i U.- i ., ffm . 17, L ,IL L-, vi ,x V .rf- .xn- , J 1-Ji,- Vi fL4 WL-1,. ff if if fi ! s 1 1 g.. E . , Socializing in the Student Center .. . X--.Le CMSC had the distinct honor in 1955 to be the school home of the 1955 American Royal Queen, Miss Betty Sue Scott of Marshall. We are all very proud of Betty Sue and we knew just as the judges did that she had the charm, personalityg and beauty to be Queen of the American Royal. :'.'l lin' ij il nfl X Q A Mom and dad come to the campus. r A.,, tv- i ,,--,, 1 .L-,. -av ." '9 x. 'lad 1 x 'if -4 L! V. . .xt V-,-ae,-..-.t V-5.5 i-mfs -.4:-- -.':IfQ'F'f:1v.i: . aww 5- N s --A .t-my 'lm me X wx .X X N ,M Off rf,-Q A - X s ,Q ., t, if -, A x vw 1 X had the distinct to be the school 55 American Royal Betty Sue Scott of fre all very proud of We knew just as the she had the charm, :nd beauty to be Xmerican Royal. Mom and dad come to see the campus. We learn to study? --1 V- . 'l 'Q- '-,vV!,. V V v., TV CHowdy Doody's onl gn. ,, i l sy- ,v " 3+ v A -1 1 tl ' L, gd, ,-I l .1 5 1 -it Q ,, . ijt :3 f Q gc, Q L. .., V. Q-. L-.1 4. Ln. Lf H' .VU , Q. ' - t ft.. 't L-I 1 '. t QL' . ,,i LL L iii 1 . . at 3 5? H. ,r 5-7 lf? il if 1 Lf t ' tu. l if l 5-.1 235 ., li Wi .E -,' . -4 ii G .1 ' fiat 'Q gf 1 315 ,. .str V as :, F... :,. .1 .ff-jg! f'rs,.2T -.ti .V pl: 1 3. ti .. ii Wh0's Who In American Colleges And Universities Twenty-seven out of a possible twenty-eight seniors were selected to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities this year. Students are selected on a basis of excellence. sincerity in scholarship, leadership and partici- pation in extracurricular and academic activities, citizen- ship and service tothe school, and promise of further usefulness to business and society. Pre-med student, Gene Anderson. of Detroit, Michigan, has participated in many extracurricular activities at CMSC. among which are: Sigma Tau Gamma, Executive council 51 SGA, CMSC Players andl student center committees. Rowena Barnard, from Smithville. has included in her cctivities, Pi Kappa Sigma, Dolphins, WRA, PEM Club, Orchesis, FTA and Yeater Hall Council. Marilyn Brown, a music major, is from Warrensburg. Her many affiliations with campus organizations include, Tri Sigma, Alpha Phi Sigma. Kappa Delta Pi, Crescendo Club and Commerce Club. Carol Collins, transfer from Graceland College last year has participated in Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, PEM Club. WRA and Dolphins. Carol is from Independence. - Daryl Dodson of Blue Springs is well known around campus for his musical and dramatic ability. His activities include Kappa Sigma Kappa, Theta Alpha Pi, Canterbury Club, CMSC Players, Student Center Committee and FTA. Tom Edmur'-cls, an agricultural major from Indepen- dence, is vice-president of the Student Government Associ- ation. Tom, who is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon Frater- nity was president of his freshman class, and last year was chairman of the Student5Center Committee. Bob Gunter of Kansas City, a chemistry major with a math minor, is well known by most students for his basketball ability having played four years at CMSC. Bob is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and was a member of the SGA one year. Gerry Heuerman, Kansas City, has been affiliated with many organizations at CMSC, some of which are: Pi Kappa Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, CMSC Players and FTA. Gerry's chosen profession is teaching or secretarial work. I. C. Higgins. Warrensburg, is president of the Student Government Association and is a memberof Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity, Alpha Pi Sigma and Phi Sigma Pi.I I. C. is a varsity track letterman, was secretary of the interfraternity council, is a member of the Commerce Club, was special activities chairman, a member of the student assembly, and has three SGA keys. Ioe Hightower, Aan art major from Independence, is president of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and was secre- tary of Phi Sigma Pi and a member of Beta Alpha. loe was layout editor of the Rhetor last year and is assistant editor this year and has been an SGA alternate for three years. Una Fay Hudson Lewis is a past president of Pi Kappa Sigma and has been active on the Student Center Com- mittee, Alpha Phi Delta and Religious Emphasis Week. She was crowned the 1956 homecoming queen. Sarah Olsan Hughes has been active in Alpha Phi Delta, the Student Government Association and has had the highest grades in her sophomore and junior classes. Tom Iaques. an accounting major from Plattsburg, has been active in Phi Sigma Epsilon, Executive Council of SGA, and is past president of Alpha Pi Sigma. Ron johnson, a business major from Sedalia, has been editor of The Student for two years, a member of SGA, Commerce Club, Inter-Fraternity'Council, Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, SGA, Executive Council, president of Diemer Hall and Phi Sigma Pi. Doris Kitchen has served as president of Kappa Omi- cron Phi for the past two years and is a member of Alpha Pi Delta and Colhecon. K Marilyn Leslie Lash is a member of Pi Kappa Sigma, American Childhood Education and has served as a representative for SGA and on the Student Center Com- mittee. She was last year's homecoming queen. Shirley' Loeven. a mathematics major, is from Hardin and has been affiliated with many campus organizations which include Alpha Phi Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Phi, president of Kappa Mu Spsilon and secretary- treasurer of the Physical Science Club . Ionna McKendree, an elementary major from Sedalia, is active in Yeater Hall Glee Club, ACEI, treasurer of Tri Sigma, lner-dorm Council, FTA and Yeater Hall Council. Kenneth Rall is a member of Sigma Tau Gamma, Modern Foreign' Language Club, RLDS Student League, Phi Sigma Pi and the Science Club. He has served on the Student Center Refreshment Committee, Sigma Tau Gamma Invitations Committee, and Student Center Planning Committees. Hugh Arthur Reynolds, a member of Commerce Club, Disciple's Student Fellowship, Pi Omega Pi, Phi Sigma Pi and has held various offices in these organizations. He has served on several Religious Emphasis Week Committees and was Warrensburg's Community Ambassador to Mex- ico in 1954. Edward Everett Schaffer is a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon and the Veterans Organization having served on the Religious Emphasis Week Publicity Committee, Student Center Entertainment Committee and a member of the 1954-55 Forensics Squad. He is a member of the CMSC Players and has served as master of cermonies at many convocations and evening programs in Henricks Hall. Richard B. Smith is a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega and the Commerce Club. He has been a representative to the Student Government Association for several years and served on the 1954-55 Rhetor Staff. Donna Stroud, an elementary major from Raytown, is an active member of ACEI, Alpha Phi Delta, WSGA, Pan- hellenic Council, worked on The Student, and is president of Sigma' Sigma Sigma. Sara Thoma, a biology major from Boonville, includes in her activities president of Alpha Sigma Alpha, member of Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, and officer in the Science Club and the Panhellenic Council. -Robert Wilson, a social studies major from Clinton, has been active in Phi Sigma Epsilon, Phi Sigma Pi, Crescendo Club, is soloist for the college band and A Cappella choir, and a member of SGA. Wanda Wood is secretary of SGA, president of Booster Club, chairman of the Student Center Entertainment Com- mittee, member of the Commerce Club, WSGA, Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Kappa Sigma, a cheerleader for four years, member of the Rhetor staff two years and holds an SGA honor key. Larry Zirkle of Kansas City has been outstanding in the field of dramatics and plans a teaching career in the fields of art and drama. He is the former president of Theta Alpha Pi, honorary dramatics fraternity and is pre- sently its treasurer. "New Way to Pay Old Debts," ','The Importance of Being Ernest," and "Death of a Salesman" are a few of the plays Larry has acted in on the campus. ,1 An.. A it ,v K V me 1- "TZ L . A T CZ' tiff? "'7 sr" -' 'ie 'zf':77.:' 'tin flf 4-ell' il-A ii TT" 1 t . " ' -- ug -'1-- --V ' - - V - . . -A 1 -1.-. --- .-r 1 .--,- .-, y.- ,J ,-.-',e-v-v- L f - '- -4- fl -- .W ,- v . 1 B Il'au Kappa Epsi- oi Diemer Hall t oi Kappa Omi- ember ol Alpha Pi Kappa Sigma, s served as a nt Center Com- ueen. , is from Hardin wus organizations 'hi Delta. Kappa In and secretary- ior from Sedalia, , treasurer of Tri :er Hall Council. na Tau Gamma, Student League, as served on the ima Tau Gamma Center Planning Commerce Club, Pi, Phi Sigma Pi nizations. He has leek Committees 'assador to Mex- er of Phi Sigma aving served on ammittee, Student member of the wer of the CMSC :monies at many Henricks Hall. i Sigma Epsilon, ib. He has been nent Association 1-55 Rhetor Staff. from Baytown, is lta, WSGA, Pan- and is president Jonville, includes r Alpha, member nd officer in the from Clinton, has na Pi, Crescendo l Cappella choir, isident of Booster tertainment Com- WSGA, Alpha r for four years, cl holds an SGA n outstanding in ng career in the ner president of rnity and is pre- Jld Debts," "The of a Salesman" on the campus. Gene Anderson Rowena Barnard - 1 . , If :N l 'V -ff snag Y 5 , r ,M an , ' 'i 414 - x E- Thomas Edmunds Geraldine Heuerrnann A f iif - ., , , Q, , ,,,, ,Q . ' 'A -.-I:,,--- f . . A-ff: Q ' ' ii- f-'T' git ' , ' -' '12 'fm-.F-, ..,. +31 -45 Sarah Hughes Shirley Temple Loeven Thomas Iacques Ionna McKendree lx K C5 1'-s A - ., ,, . , . P 9 M , Marilyn Io Brown XX f, V, ! 1 J' V .Z Y 4 f 6 x Q Q' ' '. 2 L' Q3 ' 1 1 Carol Collins iz- K -f' ""'fZf""m-. 'Z Y" .,,., M 41 Q1 1 . Ioe Higgins vu -..,. :sf 4 1 I sr f g . ,. ' ' ,i'Pf:""'s:- Ioseph Hightower l I RE ,li ,, , ff' f I ,.,,- l L Q 155291 Dodson , ,fr use,- ' f Ht f -.N X 1 V ,,.,,,7 ,M ., of f 'Q . .,.ffPi'-5, Una Hudson Lewis Ronald Iohnson Doris Kitchen Marilyn Leslie Lash C' 5" x Q, 1. .Q -t 2 ' ,gl gg li 5' ' "P ':1':1-1: 54: X ,: 1 , r- - h -. - '. , ,Q ,p,,,.,.,,,, . V my ,, , ' ff1::gsf.:,fg,,, ,- f ' .sw ' :sv Q ma f fr.. Kenneth Rall Hugh Reynolds lr. Edward Schaller ' 4 2-1 . . 3, . rw ' V . "" ' ' Richard smith Dunno Snoud Sam Thomc Robert Wilson Wanda Lou Wood 1 . "" Q M Mm -Q, f v'f,:.,I'f1o , ,. 2 Q ,Z ff, '.,y.-3 ,, df . f ff f , f , 7 2 l Larry Zirkle la-E 'If , . ... ,, -,---Ae-':- Q '-if f' r-H1Jr ,rr-4' ' w-?tu:,? Aff?-J: YV, Ax JVM.:-f J nf, '77 - -T: ..l. ,I '- .1 -wx ' . . . , . ' . . ' ' , , ,' ' " "UA "-'ff V -5 X '-"' - rn-w' fr J'-1-..H YL- ylg-vu..n:L:lyl.lw1l ,mlsl-fhl:-l ,Ms-.A sf-il. LJ 1-iz 'rJ"'!' 5' l?'Cf1"1' 'il 70 Homecoming .,. V he 14 f of P' R+ mf' W I , 'Lia' . ?. 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N75 3 CMGW5 we really had high hopes .. "G 1 - ,fl ,J '51 '.f., ,... for on this day the M Y had never seen suc ihe day the Mules we ..,, !4x'W' f ' 1 ' E 5 J, 'P .fl xeerlecxders lead the parade th the bcmd close behind. 'ecxlly had high hopes t i5'3"fffU Uf WEA It A i 4 ..,HJV 'J fflzy ta i , fy: , 4 rf rl' 1 4 1 1 1 i l Y ' L 1 w I 7,51 I '5 if ,VS 22 ', ,. fk. Q,f.".."'f' 43.1" QM, lf, ,rhfgf . Y'2?',,"fL hx, 7 K I -1 . A 4 7 Y L- Z", ' ' im , U 'Q , -, X " .,,Lf :vig 3 ,, , t , fi 7 L. , L F V W f Ly q..fZ-?-' gf' 1 'tg - " Q ' r 2 3' X 'r lv' . X , 1 1 , ' f P , ' - g .. V, ' A , y , 4 .54 -. ' - V " ' J.,,g:' ?v , 1 .. , . 5 A i ' v ' 'ff' J 57 ' ' , 1" ,4 - - 53 J' 1 ' f ,Ml 1. '. .5 'I f 3 , ' Mk, Q 3 5 ' .1 V ., L2 47 3 fe-J7'f7yf! V I, 5' il 2 A ff , . 1 - , 1 ? "' f-A .'4Wf'1 , . fl ' :nf -3:1 f fr, . Y ' ' " is 1 ,Nina If .Q ti,,,,, 3: - wizs Fyff, , , . , V ,, 9 M i f, A , - fag.. f , ' ' f , 7 v 1 L rf, ' 1. ,Q 1- "" ' ' ' ' ' '1--fi' ' N r If Alt ' v ul 552 "1 if 'iii' 1. ri,-55 it V ,, X , , ff . 1 ' .1ffig.fL. riffs s 4 ',,.4Ai,,,V,,, xl- , , 2 n Y 45:91. T4 J, tp I! 3. -. , V, - N M .gg QA rf V4.1 , tor on this day the Mules ruled supreme and f QQ " 8 ,ig ,,f'ff Y ' I had never seen such school spirit as I did '- fsygm' , ' f r h . . 1 ' Aww L L 1245402 A' 'naw A -"' ' -r f V Q' ' e dC1Y the Mules were expecting victory. fm! f ' A jx ,.- as-----V-, .4-V. k s,,1,v .e . .5 ' 'r -t e' ff .fe 1, H , r E7 w I : t-, if r iz? r I- ,.... 5. 'r M. ,.- J, ri' P.-. Il? if Y IX. f, .14 ., in 1... A . o,-. lr- nr, if ,-.- A if r-- A sw ti- 71 ,i L. F., , - -.t A Making those house decorations The finished product A great deal of hustle, bustle cmd excitment accompanied the 1955 homecoming which found many old grads along with the present students taking part in the festivities which began with the Sports Dance October 28, at which time Miss Una Fay Hud- son, Pi Kappa Sigma candidate, was crowned homecoming queen. Her princesses were Carolyn Carpenter Bauer, Theta Sigma Upsilon and Mary Lou Sante, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Prizes for the winning house decorations were also awarded at this time. Tri Sig's "Indians We Take Thee" Thing, the fo11owin1 the finest h many years ing's progra afternoon v Cape Girai which the l breaking tu activities we formal danc dance closer homecomint r Q. 4 Diemer Hall joi deal of hustle, bustle ent accompanied the coming which tound rads along with the dents taking part in es which began with Dance October 28, at Miss Una Fay Hud- pa Sigma candidate, ed homecoming r princesses were rpenter Bauer, Theta ilon and Mary Lou ha Sigma Alpha. the winning house were also awarded l ou fads! :lians We Take Things really got underway the following afternoon with one of the finest homecoming parades in many years the feature of the morn- ing's program. The highlight of the afternoon was the game between Cape Girardeau and the Mules which the Mules lost to the heart- breaking tune of 13-12. The day's activities were climaxed by the semi- formal dance that evening. As this dance closed it ended one of the best homecomings in many a year. Diemer Hall joins in the rout of the Indians. Princesses MARY LOU SANTE Alpha Sigma Alpha Attendants CAROLYN BAUER Theta Sigma Upsilon CAROLYN DENNY Independent Students Organization BONNIE CHAMBERS Delta Sigma Epsilon IANET BALDWIN Sigma Sigma Sigma JWIN Sigma Homecoming Queen MISS UNA FAY HUDSON PI KAPPA SIGMA 75 . 4,,,wW::f.,V, . ., ik., 1 Q: I Q 2 ,x' ,. ,h J' v ig'-,f 5 .31 52513 b. ' Eg? '72 , H- . . " mt af. K 3,95 . 'xl' , LV ffff,-,..1xk ff' K" 'F 3 Ar 1 V. --.1 ,. zgf , .I 4 ,ip . Y x ' . rf. nj 3 . , ,,,,1i..g1 ,' "Az"?, -Y . A - f - . 4 -., , pg . - 1" . -" 'fj +f.f.,1ff'xil4 ' I Q. '- L' . E 'P ' ' A 1 I- - I f' 1 v,l 1 .. , - ' up if . , , A .1 v s V 4 5 I . fl' If' ' Xfy ' X . , 9 f ,. M. 1 sg ' . wing' -N gif-:H M 1. ',' :' ,awe ff' .r , g.w'.-K ,Q ,w'.:i1,l'i,, ,MQ-' f' . ff P -fa 1 - V, '1E v.f -1 2 Q4 'fw4??'7:, ' 2' Af 71 4t,?','1. Q ' "' 5.2 ' "f :61'i57"4-au 1 . 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Next came the Wintergreen Ball The Yeater-Todd Glee Club gave their usual good perfor mance at the Hanging of the Greens. V ,1 M? ' Lak i , . - V . 1 x .,",4 ,. N ,X YV 'ft , , 4 -, 5 tat ,xt A '-"' 1 .atv-, E -1 1 5 i . . ..,, G. 4- 5 I L. . 3-1 t 1, gh-. iii ' ie 't . " sri 5 .J , fl: 1 9 tx. r z I-gt VI 1 ,t ' , - v I -- u, , 5 , .x..-. t 4 1 . i LL: tl x, if I ,ll at It il ' ' 9 'H .if E t 1, , Q 34 t -e V i 54 , 1 -rg l if jul 5 L in A. 4 f it it .L ' 3 f i P Is, ' 5: if ' 'U tl Lv-. X : .. - my 2 It . I i 1 L fl' -1 ': v. jig , i . ! Q gr I t' .' ' . W if ,I r-, r. , -at w 5 2 gf- w in ' 'l f- . .JW 4 ffiaf ij i ll : tx - Ht ' ag 15 fir- 3, . A ' t F 6 5 . an , tt: ww ig, g Getting ready for that special date Putting up my souvenirs 5 Wrapping his Christmas present A- 'f 2 v 319 f zu! 2 1' -. it ,, -, +2 3 ful.. 1 an Apu. 80 I hi ' 'fn " f ' 'N pe ..-1a-.,.f,4-4,1 1--j:-:4,11 1: A., ii ,.M,.,,L, t 1 .M , i.,,, . .-,..-.,,R swf. Everybc Proiessc uf- r Hen party Decu' Mom and Dad, ' I need ....... Everybody's friend, Miss Marie Todd, Professor Emeritus oi English Time out fdr cards ' '-'- .- ,, 4 1 P 1 I I '---" i 1 4 T 1' ' 1 :if V., 1 i ,j E LQ, 5 yi' . i liuf 1, a Lf i fi ,A ,, .A sl! N af' L sifs - I- Ig I.-N 52 .12 EL iv ge- ir.,- rip' if 'f ll-,., gil V15 is Q. ti. ,C ,Fir- H ig :Li ffmll ill, rs.: Vw- ll., Hi' r. ii" ffl 4- ji C-A QM ELS VC V1 LIFE- 81 'NT-P' i fL Ly NWI' h1.Q 5--V, LH.. ,,. V WL I,-Q- li '.. we 1.'v! rs- I-' .. .-in-,. 2 1 ,.. qi szfff 'Ll 1 -fLf,L , 1 x Q.-5, A, ,y - 'A ...lla WR ? , I .' 6. Yeczter Todd recepnon ,!. Meeting the Decm He fmcxlly culled . . . Afier the ball.-I'1l pick up tomorrow .... XA R-NAR 12 V11 pick up .-..,' ,L 5 H, This is how the other half lives Mail call That crli important bond issue passed. ,, QF? ...1i. ,1 ,. 1 .. 4 E i li" 1. , 59 ,. 5 , 7. .- if .' s' Y 1 . -ul ' i fill "1 I.. 1 , .W ' I-4 .iw ,,,.. '14, Ig-, 7-1.1 f.,J 1 - 1.-Q a ,-- 5-1, 4, --. 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'W f W V, - V V i f , www ' U x 1 i Debate tournament bound Debaters practicing ' 1 ? 53 'J 1 v ,wi WI E ' 'I i Wa W ,iii U' 1'z W1 'iw M if l 'A in fi gf, 1, Debaters in California Cokes up f i VJ wi M5 . 1 , n 3 1 I 5 4 ,, A Q 3 i z if ' . , 'P it-. .5-1' fgmei- H if ffm: 1' gi I7 P 'm ' Y LL-4 ,1J,1L'f.1'1'a-11.5 K HP , iii iw WJ Fi 1: it MQ! 3 Illia ,H M il YK My 155 W1 +44 i wr ,311 , 1:11, ,ii Ng w 111 HSI W Y I ws zulu 5 ."u"! .gba ' Q Sadie Hawkins dance We initiate In Q -5 3-. 5, . ' 7 ,f f Sw, lv, n , N ,V , W' s Student takes precedence L 1 ,7 W, , f ff fy, ffjtj f"' . f r ,ff f',,,.f'2' e , HAMBURGER To win esteem and comradeship From fellow creatures, far and wide, Oft' merits honors and awards Not academically specified. A homely little dog, he came, With neither transcript nor credentials Yet all he had, He brought with him God-given credits, the essentials. With quiet poise he found a place In all collegiate cavalcades: He played a part, with dignity, In ceremonials and parades. He loved scholastic life as well: Enjoyed the classroom as he did the stage: He knew the campus and the stadium: Became the self-appointed presidential page. Hamburger's posthumous degree, Awarded in our hearts, own Hendricks Hall, Is Master of Himself, and being so, An honor to the college, to himself and all. Written by Miss Marie Todd, Professor Em eritus of English ,mr f if vt: N "' "' sf 1' - - "ug 1 '1 1 1 ZO--4Zv0Q4ZOfW 1 ,ya-if 1 ggi Ki. I .1 ' W.."',,'MQL..,4.14,.L, Qii Popular Boy cmd Girl Skits i"i': i' " 4.:msu.i-MRM A M.. . Y. . Popular Boy lOHN GNAGI Phi Sigma Epsilon Popular Girl HELEN PRICE Alpha Sigma Alpha v--- V-F 3-K .-- 'uh f-.1 '. gpg--14. J. 1 , ' - -' ff'-- u : --.. f V- f-fx,---.-..,N.,, .... . ' --, l , vi.--Y UMOC Russell Oesch of Kappa Sigma Kappa Captured the dunce cap of the Ugliest man or1 the campus of Central Missouri State College. Earlier in the year competition would have been much greater as the pictures below show. Do you recognize your professor down there? r w 1 luri A DH. GILBERT RAU WILL RICKMAN MR. LEROY FISHEH SHER Putting on the gxeasepcxin! ' Dra matics Q -1? J' hum l z .. , ,X --, ,.., , ' A Q x 1 S E. 5 H- L . I 2 I . I V. ,, :II- V. .1 V, 1 4.- ,,.. iz 2. ., I I- E, l, Ji R! ai. Q. :L FA-F. if -X.. I . I L. I i3 f , i E '- Iif J 1 I wr 1 r A.- L 1 r 1 l. V -K u.. .. f I A V12 I f--w ,.w,4i n 4 The dramatics department start- ed oif the 1955-56 school year with a benefit convocation entitled "How To Propose" tor the World University Ser- vice drive, under the direction of Larry Zirkle, senior art and drama major from Kansas City. Next on the agenda was the fall play, "The Curious Savage" written by playwright, lohn Patrick and directed by Mr. Keith Doss, professor of dramatics at CMSC. Barbara Burgess of Warrensburg played the title role of Ethel Savage. The highlight of the season was- the production in Hend- ricks Hall of Arthur lVIiller's tragedy, "Death of a Salesman", which starred Larry Zirkle. Other leading roles in the play went to Rozanne Lewis of Ief- ferson City, Ierry Green, Kansas City, and Gene Plowman of Independence. A special matinee was presented for high school students in the area. The last play of the season was "Candida" by George Bernard Shaw presented in the Pit. Theta Alpha Phi, honorary dramatics fraternity, presented their an- nual children's show under the direction of Rozanne Lewis. This year's show was entitled "Bama and the Tigers", with Ierry Green as Bama. The plays were a lot of hard work but we qained a great experience in learning to live and work with our fel- low men. 1 a i . .-I, ,,,,,,H , ,. K TP W. ', 'Lg " .fx I f 1 M 6"' Qi. " . V "AW 'A in ws' , dns v :fag 4 ',?v,Y, . , 3 I 5 4 .E -L ,J-'Q' Er 4 39 " A , -1. 4 1. ,I sw' Y 'jim ' :-fa. 2' '31, 195' A It L ' gi 1 ' r . E ag in 1' I 1 "'h K .j.g'fQ5,N , ,Q-9 I 1'-Q 'l nw ,lf 0 9 K ' if Y . I 1 fr ' ' W2- .r . 4 ' ' T 5, ' grief' I .I ,fp : 'E' 17' ,f:. fc, r 2,51 In 3 'ki nas ' fn Y '.,,,,, Q, - .4 V. ,A ,116 . 4' ' if' H' ' 1, 2 wx, W we Aff? 4,9 lmyemy, w 'ff f lv ' -ir 5' L r v Q.,- Lrx X , Q . 1 X IX me . P, '- v -x ,, ... . v P '24 i 5 Q! J UL ff Bus your dishes The children enjoy book fair. but no more than we did. an K 1 f A 5 W W I X , i , N ,, 1 15 1 N ,I . .1 . , V I I pq I 9 I i L iq ,J J, -'Sins L: v,.mu1v.:1'-:-Q , , .vile " u j5..,.?H,V. v , if . i 1 2 I Rhetor Queen Candidates MARLYN SMITH Delta Sigma Epsilon :mf ELEANOR FISHER Sigma Sigma Sigma A fl i , ,,,.i1 J iie,Lg M GE R A GERAINE BARLAGE Aim? SEINHEG EEPQEB Theta Sigma Upsilon g P 96 S S - 'S W - 1 i --Li--7 -- - - - ' , ' ' - -' ff- .S "-"'.-,",-1,4-W-an -.Y 1- NAM.. , .. . .. -, CZ P V., ,iq ,rx ,N ,,2,': MU, .,.1,? ,Lp Jw' 'H M1 H51 UL ?Qi U: ' ,U 'NWN W M Hg W , M , ' 1 L l lj'3l1 xg, ,N-I !'f'W3,l ,-,,V,, fM:,1 , 1 , x W' 3' " Wu lt , H5113 wi WS? M31 131 I mls! VE Y! ii! WH 1 Rhetor Queen f 'E CAROL WATLING 1 Pi Kuppcx Sigma 'I vw ' 97 w H 1, 1 - L., ., if 1 mmf.: '... 1.x-xx vw, ..-1 rf--H -'. -'f N, '- 1- 1+ -' , RUSS CARLYLE FRAN CLARKE gnyon-1Uj:r1'1'l-7cJ,n-1n1:l:f3 Marilyn Grider, Cliff Kateman, Wanda Wood, Ted Bauer, Nancy Thomson Harry Mullins, Suzanne Fisher. Drum Major, Bill Rubourn: Twirlers: Sandra Wood, Gloria Miller, Brenda Bcrlel V A Pat Allison, Bonnie Beissenherz. Central Missouri State College Grchestra A Cappella Choir Row 1-P. Byler, D. Denney, I. Sweeton, M. Means, S. Kirkpatrick, B. Beisseriherz. I. Roll, A. Hayes, W. Byler, R. Scritchiield, P. Thomas. Row 2+S. Wright, M. Booth, G. Barlage, S. Smith, K. McA1ister, I. Stewart, D. Hall, R. Schoch, L. Behrens, C. Barlage, C. Goetz, S. Bell. Row 3-G. Vick, H. Kim, B. Halsey, B. Stallings. D. Culp S. Chambers, E. Ames, I. Goss, D. Stroud, R. Waters, B. Baldwin, R. Smith, I. Mann Row 4-H. Thomson, I. Davis, E. Grace, N. Griswold, B. Large, L. Dunnington, I Hooker, I. Markham, I. Chronister, W. Stark, I. Tajen. L. Owen, G. Fuchs. Central Missouri State College Band Y - A l E 1 io Mrs. Evelyn Hunyon Row 1-Dick Andreds, Mrs. Run- yon, Marjie Dunwiddie. Carolyn Denny, Mary Kay Mustard. Row 2-Charles Kelly, Terry Baker, Maurine Hoffman, Bob Welch, Mr. White, Ron Iohnson. Z The Student The bi-weekly publication of The Student is another typi- cal example of the result of college teamwork. By working to- gether the staff compiles what it deems to be the news of the campus and presents it to the job shop of the Daily Star-Iournal. There the type is set and the more than two-thousand copies are run off for distribution to the campus and alumni subscribers. The Student is officially recognized as one of the state's best college newspapers-a status gained in great part be- cause of the newspaper-experienced supervision of its sponsor, Mrs. Evelyn W. Bunyon. The Student is a member of the Missouri Press Associa- tion, Central Missouri Press Association, and they Missouri Col- lege Newspaper Association. . ' ' " ' " ' ' -'r' 'Y .-'t- -r. - be --:-1 M- .- .,n. v :ther typi- orking to- ws of the rr-Iournal. :opies are bscribers. he state's t part be- : sponsor. : Associa- souri Col- -,,.Y, Maxjie Dunwiddie, Maurine Hoffman, Carolyn Denny Mr. White, Printer: Mrs. Evelyn Runyon, Sponsor: Ron Iohnson, Editor 9 ' Many hours of labor, talent and time are put in on this college publica- tion, now in its sixty-ninth year, in keeping up and advancing the high standard of fine workmanship started many years ago. Under the capable leadership of Mrs. Runyon The Student continues to expand and improve. CMSC can justly be proud of The Student and its staff. D 103 " ' ' '-- - y -.- '-1. --.-.wvw ,ff X QI" ,-Y' ,, -v Z L V it I I i t 1 t ! t l l L , a l t , I I i l 1 l in l 5 I i E Z i . 51 T4 n, t it t. I I f . ! . l + i I I V t . I f l I P P1 5 , ,. I . t -1 I I L 1 t 04 WILLIAM HAMMOND Editor-in-Chief The Rhetor Staff IOE HIGHTOWER IIM BUCHNESS CHARLENE EZELL Assistant Editor Art Editor Business Manager If you take an assorted group of students and mold them into a cooperative congenial working unit, you have the makings of a Rhetor Staff. Add a dummy, a deadline, a paste pot and a lot of pictures together with endless hours of work, the merging of many talents, and a spirit of faith and hope sprinkled with a good sense of humor, and over it all a hard working, fast greying individual known as editor to serve as the guiding spirit: then put all the ingredients into an office containing typewriters, and the end product, the 1956 Rhetor. FRED LAMPE LARRY LINGLE Sports Editor Publicity Director BECKY THORBURN BOB CHILDS GERALD DAUGHERTY MELBOURNE IENKINS BEN CRAIG Layout Editor Photographer Photographer Photographer Sponsor aff CHARLENE EZELL Business Manager LARRY LINGLE Publicity Director BEN CRAIG Sponsor Emily Klein, Martha Iohnson ,. ,..,, M. ,.,.. V, ,,A, Y YW' ,, Ruth Ann Fender, Pat Cassing, Charlene Laudenburger Shirley Dent, Virginia Shcrnz, Lucille Kirby ' r 05 1 v 4 i I l l I i I 2 i 5 1 W! r ,I .t 31 ,x 1 .1 ,L : 1 5 1 i I . i 1 I V r O S .. I. C. HIGGINS President Execuhve Ron Iohnson Publicity Chairman, provides continuous publicity tor S.G.A. and its many activities. Ionna McKendree Inter-group Relations Chairman, in charge of Parents Day and High School Senior Day. Dean Wells Special Activities Chairman, in charge of the Homecoming and Hhetor Ball. lohn Wear Financial and Budgetary Chairman, in charge ol the in-come and out-go ot all S.G.A. money. Teresa Crabtree Human Relations Chairman, promotes safety on the campus and arranges faculty-student meet- ings. TOM EDMUNDS Vice-President Council Tom Iacques--'Convocation Chairman, works with faculty committee to arrange the year's schedule ot convocations. Daryl Dodson - Student Center Activities Chairman, heads the Student Center Committee and supervises their activities. Gene Anderson-Facilities Chairman, takes care of S.G.A. equipment. Kenneth Rall -Citizenship Chairman, responsible' for the polls during elections and is chairman of Rhetor ticket sales. Wanda Wocd --f- Secretary, keeps the records for the Council and serves as secretary tor the president. G at -1 z -v , 4 Row 1- Marg Sweeten. Sonjr Dave Christen: Don Iohnson, I s with faculty convocations. airman, heads laervises their :are of S.G.A. isible for the Rhetor ticket 'or the Council ' 'Si Don Iohnson, Leonard Goodall, Fred Lampe. I I tt' I STUDENT ASSEMBLY ln 1 l Row 1- Margie Kephart, Marilyn Smith, Kay Moore, Doris Chaney, Dick Smith, president: lean 'M Sweeten, Sonja Hughes, Doris Tuepker, Sharon Timms. Row 2-Iames Rush, Dr. Reid Hemphill, ,", Dave Christensen, Don Ploeger, Kent Scott, lack Maxwell, Ron Rushen, Gerald Crews, Don Gray, lt. ill ill l W or an-rmmm ll l :1,, lx '113 lil M All Ill 5,4 ll Nl KL STUDENT COURT ' - Bill Bruch, Bill Wear, Rosalee Buhler, Dr. Hemphill, Tom Ramquist, Fred Lampe, I , Carol Watling, Will Rickman. 107 l. In ' S I 3 ri.fifT":qa"3:1i22356351252 :1,1.:U:q.1:e2sQ.g,12. 3?.',552i1y3Q ltr J l la' ll ilu: l M l V p N M 1 ,tl we ll, 8 Alpha Sigma Alpha - The Alpha's thirty-sixth year on campus was begun very successfully with Homecoming. Their float took second place and ASA's "Santa Baby", Mary Lou Sante was chosen Princess. "We'll De'feet iEm" was the theme of their house decoration. Their:Founders Day Banquet was held in the fall and the Parent's Tea at Christmas. Those Alphas who were chosen for Who's Who were Sara Thoma and Sarah Olson Hughes. A Top Hat Club" rush party got fifteen pledges for the girls in red and white. These girls then Went right to work on Popular Girl campaign which was a success, as their Helen "Gussie" Price was chosen CMSC's Popular Girl also. Georganne Straub represented ASA as their choice for Rhetor Queen. The "Alpha Sock Hop", an all school dance, proceeds went to Mercy Hospital as their Philanth- ropic project. Following this was the Spring Formal and Song Pete, which they won last year. The officers who led the girls this year were: President, Sara Thoma: Vice-President, Mary Werner, Secretary, Ioyce McMillin: Treasurer, Sandy Harlan. The sponsors who helped were Mrs. Lloyd Grimes and Miss Iessie Iutten. Roaring 20's campaign skit for Popular Girl by the A1pha's, Miss Helen Price, is being presented. N , , ff , 4 f ,A zum: 3? If W. Loi So Mary l 3 l P 1 w E I x X S Lou Max i I I-tif.. -- if is 1- ci. ii iii" "'if'M'F'r--1'-'fer A1-,-wewe.'-v::wa.Q-A f- -MW V. -. . i - B - , .. Price was chosen ted ASA as their all school dance, as their Philanth- he Spring Formal ist year. ls this year were: ant, Mary Werner: er, Sandy Harlan. lrs. Lloyd Grimes X Eiirabeur Aairaiaani Iackie Andrews Ann Com Teresa Crablree Lois Graupner Marilyn Grider sandra Kaiser Pal Kellinger 2 ta N V ' L Mary Ruth Mikes Sue Moore ' ,i ' .ir r ., , rm ,Q fl A 4 " F 54- ,, ' Lf: ff , ' ' ,. f I Lou Ann Sharp Pal Strider 'f If riff Mu, "" . ,fy ,Ai . x , 13? 4 "if , . ,,. , , , , Q -K ' ' -7,r V ' ' " - Wang ' " r ,' fxjw .V ,, . K , , Vcf Lv .X ' VV , nav-. , 7, 7 2,1 'r .2 ,lf ' Mary Werner Cara Lee White ,. 'F "1-,ff ' ri' H V in f , Q.. r ' pg, , f A .V ' r i i W V i I Sue Bnsvn Virginia Bell Mary Lair Brown wiiiaua cirapaiiaw saa cair r ., L '4 A' , r., , ,, . , -V ' 1 Diane Denny Kay Daman Iirwsaian Nancy Frazier Shirley Grainger S A ,r ' i 1 . f r i l ,V V Y ' Wi 'T 'L' "Wh, 4 i f f' Ann Hamlin Sandra Harlan Kay Henley Sara Hughes 10110 lvhnson i i - 1 gi .ir, , r ,X 1 r , , ,N Q, r ar' 1 ' z Phyllis Lampe Pal McClannahan Sharon McClure loyce McMillin V lane! McNeal . A i, i 25", 'lfwi Y' gf:-1. .7 jf -TV V, J I l Shirley O'Neal Helen Price lean Prigeon Elizabeth Renkeri Lee Ann Scrppinglon 9 ,l .r -V5 r - -r ' 1,41 - 1 1 11' " ' X7 " ' iif gk " mf nf V 'rr ,. V ff ,f .u 21-f.. -1 ff V 2' l, ' r .r 44,5 ,.,,, fr - , , Donna Taylor Sara Toma Nancy Thomson Donna Warren Marilyn Webb , l . ,-.- gr , Virginia Wilson Carlene Wiltshire Io Selover 0 rr, .T if'- ar 1 , i i 5. i . I In 5-Q- ! il, ,. L 1'- , . 5- I , iii g., 5.4 , l M i irb- ii-.. i7 ' i. .-.. tri 1 ' r .-- il Li if Z i li ,r if i..r. rin l"'i Dwi il l. Hr i., i '..Q ir- L..- nr I ,. li i ,r.,. i li.: , - - wr.. ,l ..r Y-. L' Vi ,, i .Ji i i-, l r-, ,- r nge. r- i 'fl - ' . A ' ' 1,r. 4. r i r .l ,V i . r ,.. ft rs 4-,. ,t A? I VU 1' I ..Y 7 ' ft, . , , I .vbf r"" ' '11 ,V t ,- Tiflli' ti 'gi L-I't P- tl 1 +I kb Y lik? uf' gil ,,l' r'--I 1'- L-l rl Sf, 1' :srl -ti . ,,.. L. 1 'Ll' i ,- ' L ,sax f 1-X - 1' fa 'Q Q L. ,. ,r 11' ' uv, t, ,, L It it 5: T , .3- 543 1. ,- ,- J' k- -a is A' 1 :nf 5 ,iz y. -3.53, Sym 3, Q- - 7, vit fn, '1 3 Q1 HQ t, 5 E 9 in ft 5 I-r-ng 1.4-,Q Z0 Deltas campaigning for their homecoming queen Miss Bonnie Chambers In 1927 the Psi Chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon E Q U7 CD 52. Q .fl 5. cr 0 Q. O :zs O Q B 'U r: Y' 1-1 :r CD Q. as 9. 6. ss 9. O 'rf ganization was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio in 1914. U This yearsaw "Court Iester" Bonnie Chambers as their Homecoming Queen Candidate. Donna Hitchcock was their dancing Popular Girl Candidate and Marlyn Smith represented the Deltas in the contest for Rhetor Queen. Among the projects of the girls in green and cream were Pan-Hellenic Work Ship, the selling of Mums at Homecoming, candy sales, and work days. A dinner in honor of Miss Hosey was given by 0 the Deltas, and later they held their Birthday Banquet. Winter rush saw many Pirates headed toward their ship and several girls toward pledging. ' This spring rounded out the school with the Delta Forman and participation in Song Pete. Then in August, their National Conclave will be held at New Orleans, La. V The DSE officers were: President, Shirley Hen- ry: Vice-president, Iuanita Snider: Corresponding Secretary, Ioyce Baldwin: Recording Secretary, Barbara Swaithesp Treasurer, Kathy Hudson: Chap- lain, loann Elwell. Their sponsors are Miss Edith Brooks and Miss Alphadine Martin. 1-----,,....,.--,,v, uf.: Birthday Banquet. es headed toward , pledging. e school with the Song Pete. Then e will be held at .dent, Shirley Hen- rg Corresponding Drding Secretary, my Hudson: Chap- rrs are Miss Edith Il.. xg 9 1 if l 'I l r xi' " 1 " 'ai 1 ' , - - ' .. - I ff" ' -51" H , ' ' ' '2 4. V F " ILS ,- - - - i"1 V . N . sir . '- f V ,, ia., ,- B tt Bald ' ' Q e y wrrr Ioyce Baldwin Mary Lou Black xqy Bagley Sherrill Brush Mariie Bullock Bonnie chambers l . . l l ' 'rw 'Lia g . ' . - ' .1 I ,rr-w,,r .' Z ff 1 fi: l f . - L y, l 3 'kt '. -'-3 I . ' ..,. i i V V ,- , I Doris Chaney Christa Creason Maril c - - , 1 YD ross Ellen Drlsch Shirley Ebemng Ioann Elwell Eqlh Fowler - i- l 2 . i 1. X -31. f i X X10 r if ' . 33"- ' ,g:. vw- .',,,r. ' , 1 --f, ,g,,..,. - . , I I EE'-L' XX 1 . . if . , 4 l' . r gl Hg Z I " L , 'Z 1. -, ' 4 . 4 f' "5Z:Eli- ' 2 r. i .V I . r .Gp ' if , . 1 r' , . e e 11 I 5 Nancy Frost Loretta Gentry Phyllis Grail Danna Hall Shirley Henry Donna Hitchcock Kathy Hudson , , 11 ' r V, " '1 .r V. 1 r I1 f ' ,. r Q H: gf Q' f"Z:?z .rrrf-1 gg 2 -. , .fr 1 I, . A ,"' 3f"' f f f l fi' Ii ' ' r 5 ' f. , 1 er- zg, A 5 X V, ' 7' f Q.. f r, ri at r ,, 'L H 9 arm-:.f.Qr.-:'.:' '21 -ffl, l ,J ..,. - -,gf r- - - , Q 7. J 511. ,a5'1' 4- f .l 1- Susie Hyun Judy Jenner Karen lor.-.er num Kaiser shrrtey Kirkpatrick Dee Lee Virginia Leon Tl 1 P' Q Q' fx Z. a Y Y ll lA if :E , H ' 6 ' fl - .,,. . Lk- 215542. 'r . 1 . h . 1 1' 5- Kay Matthews Sara Moore Carolyn Napier Ianet Haaar Carol Sue Renken Patty Riley Carolyn Saale l L' I if . A , ' l , 1, l rl . . I ld? 1 ' ' :dr f'lflr'. if rr L 1 ' '- . f 4 1 ab ' Z r Barbara Schondelmeyer Barbara Simpson Murlyn Smith Iuanita Snider Marcia Stone Barbara Swaithes Carol Waller Lv , : A7 yr ,V , ' I y 51 t I '. ' l ' 2 ' 4 " , ?' 1 V I 'LAY' , 1, ' 1, '? ' L l Q, l " l sandra wright Delma WWI' , p ,L , , l r l Ll . .. .1 QM . X V4 Y 'r .4 -1 ' ' V W' r 4- A- .- ous ,A I A1 . Y , 4,1 -J , ., ii .L, s v-ks . I K... 'Q i 'I L J . lyk is .al --ts, F A l if. ,if .L-f M 5 M We 4 lg. W li xg: -f N it sl t QI gyti H tiff? Q W ,fy 1 . 1,11 .uni li .Ka ,... alll" , Q K '73 I 1 it a gli f .. .r -"...1-'fnqll .V -- 4- my 1-A -me up Psi chapter of Kappa Sigma Kappa evolved from a local fraternity -which became affiliated with Kappas in 1947. ' Homecoming this year found the Kappas hard at work on float decorations many a night. Their hard work and talents were really shown in their Kappakacles. The singing and staging of this pro- duction was surpassed only by the beautiful sets they originated and painted. Russell Oesch as the Kappa representative won the U.M.O.C. contest. This is the fifth conse- cutive win for the Kappas. JP 7? "U"U P A true Southern Gentleman, Harry Mullins represented them in the Popular Boy campaign. In the fall, they held their annual Spaghetti Supper. Then Spring term found them hard at work on S.G.A. President campaign and trying for their third consecutive Song Pete win. Officers for the Kappa Sigs this year were: President, Daryl Dodson: Vice-president, Gary Cory- alli Recording Secretary, Larry Downey, Corres- pondingr.Secretary, lohn Belsheg Treasurer, Pearson Smith, Historian, lim Buchnessg Chaplain, Larry Reid, Sergeant-atArms, Darrell Koelling. Sponsors were Dr. Lansford and Mr. Comer. Kappas practicing for the annual Kappakades Pvvbx P30-w v- 9- N 1 . r W ... .. ...,, V- f., ---,,--,,.g,-.-h,--M V. ,, ,.,- , , A--v-..,':., H-. '-- P-f V- .- J M- N 1, .V Y. - 4- 1, Harry Mullins y campaign. annual Spaghetti iem hard at work :i trying for their s this year were: ident, Gary Cory- Downey: Corres- reasurer, Pearson rplain, Larry Reid: . Sponsors were i v K . Gary Argo los Duvh Bob Hall Robert P. Smith 15' n A: J .k l071h BGIIIIO hm Buchnua Tom Coleman Gary Colysll t if " ffdfrwfzaavi f I uf 'V 1' x t 7 K . Et 72 I rl '4 i 1. i , l K v t t 1 t t l 1 Qi 1 li I 'L l X I 11 s 1 Daryl Dodson larry Downey Eddie Gmc: Don Greenwsll ' , , '1 r 4 ' , 1 ,K 2 3: f .J , ' l 3 M. 1 .VZ , - A1 fr A ' .,,, , t , H if V ! , ,,yvf ,, rd 1 3 It Daryl Kwuang nm ummm 1-:my Mumm numu own ' :L V. AI'-MI ' WV' i f EQ, 's .- .,,, , if y p in ' -"" - ' in . l N ,Q aiwma sm., Benny wuum Frm wmam, Harry Yod-1 I t , lr , ' v tl 1 I . ,. ,-. .-r- -. ,-XXN1,-, . p W, - M , . t 'ir -. .1L:1,r.wi'-ef.-2 L-1hg4J:iQC:g 113 Q xx: lfl li A . 1 4 is , 'fl l 4 1 l I., ' if P H I CJ-tn JP? s I . E P S I L I O . N Earl Nold and Ierry Burgoyne during intermission program at the Phi Sig dance. I . 1' If I I I 5 . I A Phi Sigma Epsilon pinning ceremony. The Iota chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon was install- ed on this campus in 1927. Among the honors received by the Phi Sigs this year was the presentation of the National Etficience Tro- phy to the Iota chapter. Four of the wearers of silver and cardinal red were chosen for Who's Who. They are Ed Schaffer, Tom Iaques, Dick Smith, and Robert Wilson. Iohn Gnagi won the Popular Boy contest for the Phi Sigs this year. Their annual Steak Fry was a high point at Home- coming and the traditional Phi Sig Spring Outing in the Ozarks is an event looked forward to all year. A The second Dick White Cancer Memorial Fund Dance was sponsored by these men in the fall and lan- uary 28 was the date chosen for their Winter Formal. p Parents' Day, Open House, Christmas tree saleS, their twenty-second annual Blackouts, Song Fete, and their Senior Picnic completed a very full round of events which kept the Phi Sigs busy all year. Many pinnings were serenaded this year and their Dick Smith came close to being Ugly Man on Camp11S for the year. They were helped this year by their sponsors Clarence Whiteman and Hugh Williams and their houS6 mother Mrs. Charlotte Kelly. The officers for l955and 55 were: President, George Chase: Vice-president, lack Huff' man: Secretary, Robert Wilson: Corresponding Secretary. Robert Baxter: Treasurer, Fred Lampe. -1,41 rony. ' Ipsilon was install- the Phi Sigs this :nal Etficience Tro- tarers of silver and Jho. They are Ed nd Robert Wilson. est for the Phi Sigs nigh point at Home- rring Outing in the all year. ar Memorial Fund n the fall and lan- 'inter Formal. U ristmas tree sales, s, Song Fete, and ull round of events this year and their f Man on Camp11S by their sponsors ns and their house :ers for l955and 55 mresiclent, lack Huff- ponding Secretary, f 461 f 1 4 1, ,,,. ,,, , . , Ed Shaffer l . ff QA, I 5 o I -V f , , 1 ,, ,X ' f 4, ' 5 f I Gene Augusline Bob Bauer Shelby nngmweni 'T 1' .1 Norman Brooks George Chase Dave Chnslense 7-i""lqn ,1,.1. 26- ' , A 9 Im" Cftcme' Ge""d Fuchs Dwight Gillespie John snqga Leonard Goodall Bin cfm I fy, '7' Q. X Q Bill Harlan Dave Helmulh Dick Herllg Ruger Hlnk Hugh Hocking Ichn Huffman 1' -"Q, . , . ' . . ' ' , 115 5 , .-1 ' ' 2' . 't .- - ' ,v ,rr x ' ---- , ff Q K Carlyle Hume Wayne Katz Fred Lamps Bob Largs Dick McMillen lab Merrill 'GL George Morrlsun Hay Niemier Edll NON PQUY O'b9m9 An Pam Do' Ra' om, Thompmn Claude Thomson Pi Kaps presenting their homecoming queen candidate, Una Fay Hudson Pi Kappa Sigma The Lambda Chapter was installed at CMSC on May 22, 1922 having originated in 1894 in Ypsilanti, Michigan. L Homecoming saw Pi Kapp's "Indian Maiden" Una Fae Hudson Lewis crowned queen. They com- pleted Homecoming by competing in the other events also. A In the fall, they again held their annual Fashion Show which was a success. The year also saw the girls in blue and gold working on their Iohn- son County Project, candy sales, work days, and contributing a tree for the Campus Beautification Program. Five girls were honored by being chosen for Who's Who. They were Wanda Wood, Rowena Barnard, Una Hudson Lewis, Gerri Heurmann, and Marilyn Leslie Lash. 116 Popular Girl saw them giving the campus an "eye-full" by putting up Barbara McDaniels as their candidate. Carol Watling was chosen as their Bhetor Queen Candidate. A The first Formal of the year was theirs depict- ing the Arabian Nights. Then their attention turned toward Song Pete and the awarding of the Scholar- ship Cup, which they won last year. Leading the Lambda Chapter through the year were: President, Carol Watling: Vice-President, Una Hudson Lewis: Recording Secretary, Virginia Smith? Treasurer, Sally Shively: Corresponding Secretary, Wanda Wood: Sergeant-at-Arms, Bonnie Beissen- hertz: Editor, Becky Thorburn. They were helped by their sponsors Mrs. Mildred Lass, and Miss Elizabeth Engle. ' - - - .v 1 fm- -fp- .A -., ,fx 1- A-- s-It f-M U, . . -.-f-an ! n ng the campus an VIcDaniels as their rsen as their Rhetor was theirs depict- eir attention turned ing of the Scholar- rr. er through the year 'ice-President, Una ry, Virginia Smith: monding Secretary, , Bonnie Beissen- ey were helped by' and Miss Elizabeth N. ix 11' Grace Barnard Rowena Barnard Bonnie Beissenherz 'in ' ' ' , f 15,7 5921: , N 'V . , Ioan COOPSY Indy Counts Sue Davidson 5' 5. virginia Briegel Par Byler Wanda gym, Suzanne Fisher Par Flarhcr: Sue Green E l irlx Q , 7 , " .. , , 4 ' ' E- ' W f. 4- Qs f .. X S V fife - Sfmlfl Hughes Marina lohnson Sandra Kelley Marilyn Leslie Lash Benito Lewin Una Hudson Lewis leon Mchmmd , 4, .... fu - 3 I ,'r-ffgg:ff': ' 1' R . ' s---. 271 -, W f yy, K, ,, ,Q ,, A. L r-if 4 5 23, , ug, ff.. ,,, .1 ,r " f ' , X . f W Barbara Maag Mary Ann Malone Marilyn Mansur lane! Marcum Kay Moore Suzie Noble Kathy gennick X 'Q --ev 3' x S Sharon Ross Rita Scritchlield Edell Shaeller Gerry Smith Virginia Smill-i Celia Steele Iudy Stone jf.. , : Wk, jr I v nf l V gina Stone Yvo e Slode B ki' Th0Ybl1m l epke' ff Ioan wear Margie while Wanda Wood Marcia Zaun Donna Twyman Carol Wcnlmq E l i 1 F l , T, S l 4 5. 5 ', l . 1 , l ' r ' v 1 5 i , 4 i l I f 3 1 li 5. ,Y A I r. I l 1. l, L- l i I. , .i I ii. V V v2 aq- rr l il rl me r, Qt ii 'r il ll xr lt Ii a, I I, ft l l I ' I 3 1 tl if 1 r ,r , ' M i r l rr r l ll fr I V I X, I If , . 1 ,f Q , Q r r X f p ! 53 ri f 3 . , ti ' l 1 l JPZQ-an P20--m P20-cn r-r I-f m The first national social sorority on the CMSC campus was Nu chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma. It was chartered in 1915 from the national chapter at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. The Tri Sigmas began the year with their an- nual Bobbi Page Polio Dance in October. The con- tributions from this dance go to the National Polio Research Fund. Homecoming was a success with the Tri Sig- mas winning first in house decorations and third in float. Ianet Baldwin as t"Polly Crockett" was their Queen candidate. Sailors were seen going to the formal rush party with the Preferential dinner held a Week later at Mrs. Harry Hale's. Polly Crockett descends on the campus as the Tri Sigs campaign for their homecoming queen candidate Donna Stroud, Ionna McKendree, and Marilyn Brown were the Tri Sigmas chosen for Who's Whol The adoption of a local needy family for the school year was the social service project these gms undertook this year. Donna Stroud was Tri Sigma's Sweetheart candidate for Popular Girl and Eleanore Fisher re. presented them as Rhetor Queen candidate. The girls in purple and White rounded out the year with their Formal Dance in March and Song Pete. Officers for the year were: President, Dorrrrrr Stroud: Vice-President, Eleanore Fisher: Treasurer, Ionna McKendree: Recording Secretary, Barbrrrrr Smith: Corresponding Secretary, Nancy Smith: Keep er of Grades, Pat Shaw. QcKendree, cmd Marilyn iosen for Who's Who. 11 needy family for the rvice project these girls ri Sigma's Sweetheart :nd Eleanere Fisher re. ,een candidate. l white rounded out the :e in March and Song were: President. Donna more Fisher: Treasurer, ig Secretary, Barbara rry, Nancy Smith: Keep- K' x Nancy Adle Carol Ainsworth Hosalee Buhler Helen Cooper 'Y7 5,4 . 79 1 rg , 4 , I' ,-. l Charlene Ezell Eleanore Fisher -, " ' :V ! ,. f .' -1:.v f",s ' f'.' .- " :rr ww 'W ., , Q 5 ,vcclvix 5 , - r'ii' f d -' J Q ,.., 1 -1 ff: 1 iz fvvv 2 Lucille Kirby Iohnn Lanriord l Marsha Richter Pal Shaw Eva Leo Amer Doi Crelzmeyor Clo Greer Marilyn Menon Lanslard Ianelle Shelby pm -fume Rulh Waters Carol Wilson -,.f. Mary Lee Baker lane! Baldwin Louis: Boascher Marilyn Braun lean Davis Marolyn Denny Phyllis Dunn Marjorie Dunwiddia Delores Harlan Miriam Hemphill Nancy Hobson Sue Iarvic 'N ZX imma Mcxemxfee Peggy Neville sandra Pqmadqe num Quick Gloria suun-mm Barbara smm. Nancy Smifh Dome SUM fl if Q i 5 I 5 1 ii I. fl li -I i l f v I 1 ii I X . .-i I Y A .fb lr ,.. .N Q. lr ' l-. LJ, -5- . Lx cl LU ll-'.1-' , f .1 V ffl lx, , .- '-F, ,. 1, X Til fr-, . 5 lf ii ,Q .lf - Tl . lk :gil .ll M Q. 2:1 ,gf .12 1- - S 15 fi M aa, xl - fw A 'T . ,L l. .H- Ji, M 11 1- ld. Qt, 1 it 'Q , H y ., ,- Ps ft , .,- ' Nj, Q' ' ct! .rr Zi ry ' fx., 1 , 1..'1: P w 1 l l V x l, 1 , , I lu is 4 ww, .,. sf .,. l I" ' " gl 5 W u? fs 3 1 -5 if 'f 4 D1 li ,2 .5 4 , l ,. tr P. Z Sig Tau's second place house decoration for Homecoming. The Alpha Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma was founded at CMSC on Iune 28, 1920. This year the Taus won second place Home- coming Decorations, participated in UMOC with Don "Oodles" Iohnson as their candidate, and enter- ed Kenny Hayob as their Popular Boy. I. C. Higgins honored the Sig Taus by serving as S.G.A. president. I. C., Ken Ball, and Gene Anderson were the mem- bers chosen for Who's Who. One of the largest pro- jects the men of Sig Tau Gamma undertook this year was the bringing of Ptubinoff, the Violinist, to the campus. Dancing was in the air for the Taus thisyear. They held a Winter Semi-formal Dance, the Sig Tau 0 -:Ui ZPZC5 CID-I 333,67 Q U1 f-Q C KD H Q Q- CD U1 .fl 1" U1 KD 4 CD H Q D11 l-3 4 .Jr O O PT' CD 'U Q 1 5. U1 Q D Q- dances, and their spring formal, the Bose Dance. The men in blue and white also sponsored their all-school events, the annual Sig Tau Harvest Bq11lqnd their Showtime of '56, Open House, annual hayrides, intramural sports and Song Pete rounded out an overflowing year for the Taus. They were ably led by their officers: President, Don Johnson: Vice-president, lack Maxwell, Secre- tary, Don Ploeger, Treasurer, Howard Tignory Pledge Master, Dick Donelson. They were helped by their sponsors Dr. Sam P. Hewitt and Dr. Iohn P. Morris and their house mother Mrs. Bessie Taylor. ..-,r-- . r L .,---- Y I Y F l ri k I ll 4 coke parties and 1e Rose Dance. te also sponsored l Sig Tau Harvest yrides, intramural ut an overflowing ' officers: President. k Maxwell: Secre- ard Tignorp Pledge fre helped by their Dr. Iohn P. Morris a Taylor. Y WY:,ft,.3 v A A qv., ' 3 f I , kg V , 'I , f , ,. V K L , ,' ', ' .A , X JN, , . 1 L ' - - ,-, 11 1 Gene Anderson G 5 d . ' f . ary amor Alex Banlell Richard Brackman Bill Brockmeiel Bennie Campbell Bob Eupilo - A Q.,- Y n. , ' .r 31.5,31ZQ,9,.5 I . J A. , I I gf Q 13,1 . A , -1 7 ' a, 5 F' ' Q f f H' -if ' 5, 1 f f or t t : te - Dick Donelson Emanuel Orvil L0 , ' ' f 9 well Gamer sm x-xqmold u Ken Huyob Dwigh, H,,,,1,,y ,I C' Hmm f L L 1 4 1 3 V ' , - 1 ' ' , ,, ' 43- V 5" -V " ' .iF ' ' if ' 7 A X' , . , 54 f , M , f ,- , ,gi ' Z Q " . I i f ,f 4 P, P A 2 1 , J' 42-' I. , ' .M 1 ..: l v. Dm' Hobbs James Hookef Bill Hum 1-my Hunt Don Iarmwn Buoy Kwenks Iames Lanyard I ur . I ff I ' - .. A gm, 'Wy :i,: A: . f , ,fjf ,,5....ff . , M H l I .- ., -,,z?., . . , - ' - , ' ' .62-: ,.,- ' V I V i ' J ffl, -' 5 1 1 ' 45592 . 4' 'Q T P Q s ai, A 'b f r ' 3 , 5. . gg ,b.J P ,,!l gy f , V V , V x ., ? 1 pn f ' V, f , 2 .NL -, f' A ' , tx . .. , ',-, .Y , ,, , Ieny Mchullilfe Dale McKenzie lack Maxwell Dun Miller Ron Nadlex lim Bexrine Don Ploeqer M - I sfg ix. 1 ' ' ' f9Z'Sfp5-f,2.fig:-If .I l lr Y jf 52.22, ,+":',vV:Ei4 tg: .... Iggy, LF- ' :P ' 'iii' ' H - .. r , ,Y 5 'l Q AA L N , ' rl-f a A -at ' X ' ' 4 Gm, Plowmun Gene plowmm, Ken nan sau Richeson wm Hickman James ami mln Smur- l , i ., , , R. . 1 ,- ' La w lk sm Small wan swauura Tom Wells Bob wma 'Y 0 ey A if 1 A LA--rl, Y, 1"r :Z :- 'm A - Y 4 e 3 .2 la.-at Y ,,- ' J' , 4 t .xl. fa, ,EL PM ,V -.. . , . Q e - , . - - f -3 Y: M H- 'riff , 2:11. ,iff .. -. .-.. nn- iw ive.-+' 1-W-1-F-tlfftm-4"55' hW ' fi 'f 't wwe-f"f " .TT - 4.1. -4 5f,.sfb5T.v. 3'eHa.si5'ff at-stains!! H .sw -..-- , , 1.5. .AJ P' t t e ,- Mm ff' "M.-.iiiffl-1Fff":'A1f55ATi'ffL'lMF2ee:f.f,,f'Q I .- Q. Q..."41I!P'fg. l "ff Qffffff'1'-'.f.'fTi'.'.l?2:fi2'i'E"E:f'flli riff A . "4 4 M724 1 L" A A 'Af A V S if ,,.,, X 1, 'F Pie throwing at the Tekes annual Bowery Brawl The newest fraternity on the CMSC campus is the Delta Lambda chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon having received their charter April 25, 1954. The Tekes ended last year by winning the Scholarship Cup for the second consecutive year and by having Tom Edmunds elected this year's S.G.A. vice-president. V In September they started their social year by having a Backward Party. Then in October, they won first place float for the third consecutive year and third place window decoration. A Homecoming Ban- quet for their Alumni and Missouri Valley Chapter guests was also held at this time. The TKE social whirl included a South Sea Islands Party, Christmas Banquet, Harlem Party all in, December. Ianuary saw their Founder's Day Celebration and their successful all school Bowery Brawl. Iasper Moles was the Teke candidate for UMOC and their Robin Hood, Keith Scott was their Popular Boy entree. K Some of the Tekes honored this year were: Keith Scott who was elected President of the Sopho- more class: Tom Edmunds and Ioe Hightower, chosen for Who's Who. This year was drawn to a close with the Tau Kappa Epsilon Red Carnation Ball in April and Song Fete. Their officers for this year were: President, Ioe Hightower: Vice-president, Ed Iohnson: Secretary, lack Wear: Treasurer, Iohn Novak: Historian, Tom Walters: Chaplain, Larry Munger: Sergeant-at-Arms, Bill Carpenter, Pledge Master, Don Gray. Mr. Iohn McCoy, Mr. Conrad White and Mr. Robert E. Goetz were their sponsors. . . . -. . Y ,.,f .'s'-,-- rgf- .-,,,--,,- - 1 lf., X E- . 2 ,fl , 2 .1 L. lohn Adams lame: Ahle Tany Baker Charles Brady I h B o n rewer Bill Carpenter yqmqg Clgypool 9' 1 1 1 1 N F k Da li . . ran r D9 Tom Edmunds Wrllre Edwards Don Gray Paul Gfimei Gerald Hanis lue Highrnwef . A IM-7-,HEELH 1, . , , W V I ,j ,WP-lv? 3 V,f,k , .,,' X ., 1 iii ' ' f 1 ., 9 " 4 " 32, lx - -if ..'yy':i' Y ,li lx ,1 :V ,W I A: 5. I W Paul Hollanswonh Charles Hulcl-lens Ed lohnson Gary lohnson Tom Lalimer Ralph Lewh Ronald Malone es entry in the I fig Iohn Morgan Earl Munger Iohn Nova: wmqrd Herne Richard scmom Ken! Saou Dale TWPW Tom wqnm Howard wcnsen Bill Wea' Fred Oshel Ernest Paris Eugene Paulson Harold Pennington Iumes 'runemme Elton Villines James Waller 2 I ,fi L 1 1 1 1 J . 1. 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 in v I I F 1 1 4 . 1 1 1 L i 1 1 l 1 1 Z4 , The Thetas present their Maid Marion Braswell for Popular Girl The National Chapter, formed in 1921 at Emporia, Kansas, established Nu chapter of Theta Sigma Upsilon on the campus here in 1927. This year found in it many special days for the Thetas. Some of them as Courtesy Day, Minerva Day, Social ServiceYDay, Founders Day and Rose Day were especially designated. Another special time for the girls in pink and gray was Homecoming when their "Dutch Girl" Carolyn Carpenter Bauer was elected Princess. Their "Maid" Marion Braswell represented them in the Popular Girl Contest and Geraine Barl- age was their Queen Candidate for Bhetor. Jw-M111-I Ze-Z0-'U' IC 01--UVU Ui o 5 an o P01 55 an 'U V1 2. cn n FF U1 Er' cn A :T 53 Q U1 ci Ed , Q Z 1 o o vc- 55 5. year were the selling of magazines for the Clift Plate Fund, giving an Easter Egg Hunt for the underprivil- leged children of Warrensburg and making May Day baskets for the people in the hospital. Their Spring Formal was held May 19 and Song- Pete ended their year. Officers for this school year were: President. Mary Elizabeth Spidle: Secretary, Geraine Barlagei Treasurer, Mary Iane Bloydg Editor, Marion Bras- well: Vice-president, Ruth Ann Fender: Second Vice- president, Shirlie Chambers: Corresponding Secre- tary, Carolyn Seamons. Sponsor and Co-sponsor Were MIS- 1. P. Morris and Mrs. Mavourneenflynn. 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INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL This group is a governmental and legislative body, which controls the activities ol the frats. A representative oi this council went to the Inter-Frat Convention at St. Louis. Pres.. Don Iohnson: Vice-Pres., Daryl Dodson: Sec., Ioe Hightower: Treas., George Chase. WSTANDING: K. Rall, D. Iohnson, D- Ploeger, I. Hightower, B. Carpenter, E. Iohnson, R. Gray. SEATED: I. Belshe, G. Coryell, D. Dodson, B. Grace, B. Merritt, G. Chase. ENIC COUNCIL s from each sorority roup. Their purpose is gulate the rules which 'ities of the Sororities. e girls who were inter- a sorority was held. Iornelli Sec., Wanda lary Werner. ialdwin, D. Stroud, M. , M. Werner. SEATED: ean Zimmerman, W. 5ICTURE: S. Chambers, ERNITY COUNCIL a governmental and ', which controls the frats. A representative went to the Inter-Frat St. Louis. Pres., Don 'res., Daryl DodSOI1J owerg Treas., George I. Rall, D. Iohnson, D- tower, B. Carpenter. E- ry. SEATED: I. Belshe. Dodson, B. Grace, B- 9. -Q COMMERCE CLUB The Commerce Club promotes closer and bet- ter relationships among all students in the Busi- ness program. They participated in Commerce Day and Homecoming. Chairman oi Steering Committee, Ted Bauer: Co-Chairman, lack Weir. BACK ROW: L. Dusenberg, R. Mariner, C. Cas- ady, M. Hinnah, K. Kuhn, C. Creason, I. Huilman, B. Carpenter, B. Scott, A. Dyer. FOURTH ROW: I. Harris, G. Morrison, R. Waters, B. Paxton, C. Etling, S. Veach, I. Ragar, M. Noe, T. Riley, I. Turrentine. THIRD ROW: S. Novak. D. Heidbrier, N. Pressly, M. Dahms, M. A. Williams, F. Frisch, B. Dunn, M. Vanderlinden, L. Sharp, R. Semple. SECOND ROW: H. Gordon, W. Pressly, K. Dob- son, P. Harrington, D. Harlan, F. Miller, I. Iaekel. B. DeHart, S. Beshore. FIRST ROW: C. Shippy, R. Quick, M. Spidle, P. Kenyon, L. Ornes, L. Down- ing, G. Straub. BACK ROW: L. Sterne. I. Moentmann, C. Graham, F. Taylor, P. Shiredan, W. Harlan, R. Ripley, I. Wear, K. Browniield, T. Bauer. FOURTH ROW: R. Lansiord, R. L. Asker, D. O'Malley. R. Brack- man, D. Barns, I. Hess, C. Harris. THIRD ROW: I. K. Markwell, M. Iohnson, D. Cretzmeyer, P. Strider, I. Renfrow, E. Klein, R. Malone. SECOND ROW: L. Guy, K. Lacey, K. Moore, D. Brycn, S. Hyatt, K. Wrigley, P. Osborne. FIRST ROW: W. Edwards, C. Laudenberger. L. Achelpohl, B. Schondelmeyer, I. Simmons, K. Miura. STUDENT CENTER COMMITTEES This group sponsored the Student Center activ- ities. Each committee took care of their particular part, which included planning and working on all school dances. BACK ROW: B. Large, R. Niemeier, D. Smith, K. Rall, I. Rush, W. Rickman, I. Nalle, G. Flomer- felt, I. Belshe. FOURTH ROW: H. Gilbert, L. Graup- ner, S. Harlan, M. Smith. I. Baldwin, P. Strider, S. Thoma, D. Dodson, T. Bascone. THIRD ROW: D. Christensen, G. Stathopoulos. I. Cook, C. Waiting. B. Fowler, E. Klein, K. Fletcher, I. Buchness, E. Schaffer. SECOND ROW: D. Gillespie, W. Wood. E. Schafer, M. Bullock, B. Thorburn, I. Cipolla, H. Mullins. L. Reid. FIRST ROW: I. Gregory, U. Lewis, A. Hamlin, M. Grider, N. Thomson. M. R. Mikes, D. Lee, S. Henry. 127 SQUARE DANCE CLUB This club is for recreation cmd learning to Square Dance. They won second place Home- coming window decoration, planned all school Bam Dances, and presented Square Dance demon- stration groups. Pres., Iames Stayton: Vice-Pres., Iack Strange: Sec.-Treas., Shirley Kirkpatrick. BACK ROW: I. Reine, T. Coleman, B. Byrne, L. Cowherd, B. Starling, L. Collett, K. Pickering, M. Hinnah, I. Hess, C. Graham, B. Edwards, D. Wood. THIRD ROW: I. Dunham, C. Needles, P. Tuttle, I. Shelby, D. Byrne. N. Smith, L. Garner, L. Smith, M. S. Kelly, C. Wynne. SECOND ROW: K. Kuhn, R. Tennison, K. Dobson, H. Wilson, D. Thomas, M. Gose, O. Glispey, T. Barker, P. Phillips, G. Vick, H. Gilbert. FIRST ROW: G. Swindler, R. Falk, M. I. Naudet, S. Sevier, C. Sykes, M. Gray, S. Kirkpatrick, I. Biggers, B. Smith, I. Stayton. ' 1 INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB This club promotes fellowship and professional development among those who are interested in Industrial Arts. They entered a Homecoming Float, took field trips, and went to the annual Industrial Arts Round-Up. Pres., Iames Stayton: 'Vice-Pres., Wallace Brown: Sec., Dale Hughes: Treas., Irvin Cockriel, BACK ROW: D. Hobbs, D. Gray, M. Ford, B. Merritt, R. Legmann, I. Grainger, L. McLaughlin, B. Edwards, I. Cockriel, P. Sheridan, D. Ross. FOURTH ROW: R. Goetz, C. Marcott, B. Alltop, H. Thompson, R. Smith, I. Clifford, C. Keseman, S. Siegel. THIRD ROW: M. Steinmeyer, E. Mc- Carty, R. Washburn, C. Arterburn, E. Kirkpatrick, R. Baumgartner, A. Brown, C. Thomson, T. Gaines. SECOND ROW: G. McDole, D. McKinzie, I. Arterburn, D. Hughes, I. Stayton, W. Brown, G. Swindler, M. Ienkins. FIRST ROW: K. Day, G. Chase, D. Wells, I. Freytag, M. Endicott, B. Iohnston, H. Wastell. YEATER-TODD GLEE CLUB The Glee Club was organized to provide a musical program for the girls of the dorms. They planned and presented the program for the Thanksgiving Dinner, Hanging of the Greens Christmas Program, White Breakfast, and the Yeater-Todd Convocation. Director, Ann Corn: Accompanist, Carol Goetz: Pres., Gloria Skill- man: Sec., Iudy Ieffries. BACK ROW: M. Dooley, L. Stein, M. Prewitt, P. Strider, S. Harlan, B. Laswell, E. Craft, L. Graup- ner, V. Bell, I. Prigcion, L. Garner. FOURTH ROW: G. Barlage, E. Deuschle, R. Schellman, R. Kaiser, M. Bullock, N. Pressly, V. Wilson, L. Sharp, I. Shively, K. Henley. THIRD ROW: M. Chinn, M. A. Williams, S. Smith, K. Moore, S. Hughes, I. McFarland. A. IVlcCurdy, C. Barlage, B. Fowler, C. Goetz. SECOND ROW: M. Means, I. Stewart, G. Nowak, D. Harlan, K. Dobson, I. Eaton, A. Brown, P. Harrington, A. Corn, S. Kirkpatrick, I. Gregory. 128 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I TI This is a nati purpose is to fur dramatic activitie children'S PIUY Pres., Daryl D0 gess: Sec., Roza SEATED:K. Doss. 'COUNSE These men li better living ar within the men': in planning all Men's Halls. Sc mas dance, Me Picnic, and a re STANDING: I- I Hampton, D. C Edwards, P. Os KA This is a na ternity to deve and a deeper I living. One of ' Founders Day. Mary Henley I Bybee and Elsit BACK ROW: L. Kipp. SECOND M- l. Slusher, It Gentry, G. Li' Snider, I. Bybem THETA ALPHA PI This is a national dramatic fraternity whose purpose is to further interest cmd participation in dramatic activities. They presented their annual children's play and a one act play festival. Pres., Daryl Dodsonz' Vice-Pres., Barbara Bur- gess: Sec., Rozanne Lewis: Treas., Larry Zirkle. SEATED:K. Doss, C. Ritter, B. Burgess, L. Zirkle. 'COUNSELORS OF MEN'S HALLS These men help to promote and encourage better living and the development of activities within the men's halls. The counselors take part in planning all the activities sponsored by the Men's Halls. Some ot these are the Pre-Christ- mas dance, Men's Choir, Athletic teams, Spring Picnic, and a revision of the policies. STANDING: I. Townley, F. King, K. Dickson, G. Hampton, D. Cordle. SEATED: C. Loomis, W. Edwards, P. Osborne, E. Spain. KAPPA OMICRON PHI This is a national honorary professional fra- ternity to develop women with higher ideals and a deeper appreciation of home and family living. One oi the chief events is observance of Founders Day. Pres., Doris Kitchen: Vice-Pres., Mary Henley and Iuanita 4Snider7 Sec., Ioyce Bybee and Elsie Kipp: Treas., Doris Shields. BACK ROW: L. Baker, D. Kitchen, K. Henley, E. Kipp. SECOND ROW: E. Rutherford, D. Shields, M. I. Slusher, M. Huff. FIRST ROW: M. Cross, L. Gentry, G. Livingston. NOT IN PICTURE: I. Snider, I, Bybee, I. Hudson, I. Shoup. . KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Delta Pi was organized to promote an interest in education and to further its importance, They awarded scholarship 'keys to the highest Junior, Sophomore, and Freshman, held their May Breakfast, and helped with Education Day, Pres., Hugh Reynolds: Vice-Pres., Carol Bevierg Sec., Carol Lee. BACK ROW: S. Loeven. B. Starling, S. Thoma, P. Shaw. SECOND ROW: Dr. R. Hemphill, L. Behrens, M. Brown, S. Veatch. FIRST ROW: C. Collins, C. Bevier, C. Lee. PI KAPPA DELTA This group was organized to stimulate pro- gress and promote an interest in intercollegiate public speaking. They have attended several debate tournaments and sponsored the annual C.M.S.C. Oratory Contest. Pres., Donald Barnes: Vice-Pres., Larry Lingle: Sec., Maurine Hoffman. STANDING: L. Goodall, C. Kelly, B. Hammond, L. Lingle, A. Parrish. SEATED: G. Rau, M. Mus- tard, M. Hoffman, D. Barnes. PI OMEGA PI Pi Omega Pi promotes interest and scholarship in business education. They assisted with spring contests in business fields, sponsored a luncheon for Alums, and published the annual magazine "P. O. P. Corn." Pres., Hugh -Reynolds: Vice- Pres., Carol Lee: Sec.-Treas., Sue Veatch: Hist., Geraldine Maier. BACK ROW: K. Markwell, E. Klein, M. Vander- linden, B. Lansford, C. Lee, R. Semple. SECOND ROW: H. Reynolds, D. Cretzmeyer, S. Beshore. D. Feaster, S. Veatch. FIRST ROW: K. Miurcl, I. Allen, M. Boyd, I. Simmons. I ,'f V s. DELTA PI organized to promote an l to further its importance. hip 'keys to the highest :i Freshman, held their ped with Education Day, Vice-Pres., Carol Bevier: t, B. Starling, S. Thoma, PW: Dr. R. Hemphill, L, Veatch. FIRST ROW: C, ee. 'A DELTA anized to stimulate pro- interest in intercollegiate have attended several d sponsored the annual st. Pres., Donald Barnes: 1 Sec., Maurine Hoffman. C. Kelly, B. Hammond, ATED: G. Rau, M. Mus- rnes. BGA PI interest and scholarship ey assisted with spring s, sponsored a luncheon .d the annual magazine Hugh Reynolds: Vice- reas., Sue Veatch: Hist., ll, E. Klein, M. Vander- ree, R. Semple. SECOND Cretzmeyer, S. Beshore, FIRST ROW: K. Miura. mnions. PHYSICAL EDUCATORS' CLUB The purpose of this organization is to improve scholarship and general quality of work in the field of physical education, and to encourage greater professional and social co-operation among majors and faculty. The organization was founded in March of 1955. Pres., Shelby Bright- well: Vice-Pres., Ierry Woody Sec., Max Ridings: Treas., Dick Self: Hist., Ioe Nalle. BACK ROW: G. Carpenter, W. Swafford, I. Milles, D. Russell, R. Schromm, E. Keth. THIRD ROW: L. Harper, T. Baker, I. Wood, A. Pahl, N. Bryant, M. Ridings, H. Wille. SECOND ROW: L. Comer, C. Browne, I. Iones, L. Hunt, D. Renno. S. Brightwell. FIRST ROW: D. David, D. Self, N. Farnhan. SCIENCE CLUB This club was established to give Science students an opportunity to exchange ideas, to increase the interest in Science, and to partici- pate in social affairs. Pres., Eleanor Ozias: Vice- Pres., Iohn Belsheg Sec.-Treas., Nancy Smith. BACK ROW: I. Morris, L. Munger, S. Loeven. A. Parrish, B. Ieans, W. Rickman. SECOND ROW: R. Holland, K. Rall, I. Belshe, I. Rush, D. Endi- cott, D. Hough, C. Rickman. FIRST ROW: S. Hewitt. D. Heath, S. Thoma, E. Ozias. N. Smith. M. Endicott, G. Gand. Not in picture: G. Daugherty. MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB The Modern Foreign Language Club was reorganized on this campus to fulfill a much felt need, to give students who are studying a foreign language a chance to be able to speak and practice that language with others who are interested. Spanish, French, German, English. and for those who are interested Iapanese, thus our school is developing a more cosmopolitan atmosphere and an interest in others. 131 Y' nv- Z ORCHESIS Orchesis promotes creativeness in modern dancing. They presented a Christmas program, Pres., Bonnie Beissenherz: Sec.-Treas., Anna Iordan. BACK ROW: A. Iordan, Y. Strode, N. Smith, M, Smith, P. Allison, K. Bosler. THIRD ROW: F. Young, R. Tennison, E. Schaefer, V. Leon, C, Needels, L. Guy. SECOND ROW: M. Sexton, M, Cross, S. Partridge, S. Timms, I. Brown. FIRST ROW: R. Scritchfield, B. Beissenherz, S. Iarvins, S. Davidson. OUTING CLUB This club is for those interested in the out- doors. They went on outings, floating trips in cr canoe, a trip to Florida over the Christmas vaca- tion, weekends, and cave exploring trips. Pres., Ierry Nesbit: Vice-Pres., Shirley Henry: Sec., Lucille Smith: Treas., Glen Chambers. BACK ROW: L. Williamson, B. Ripley, N. Higgins, I. Williams, R. White, G. Chambers. SECOND ROW: C. Houx, S. Stafford, I. Reynolds, G. Flomerfelt, L. Smith, I. Nesbit, D. VanLaningham. FIRST ROW: O. Hawksley, D. Marshall, S. Henry, D. Thomas, C. Bundy. STUDENT CENTER COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN The activities of the Student Center were directed by this group. They headed the com- mittees which worked on the all school dances, Freshman Talent Show, and the special recep tions, parties, and coffee hours. The general Chairman was Daryl Dodson. D. Dodson, W. Wood, K. Fletcher, E. Klein, H. Gilbert, S. Thoma, I. Nalle, R. Neimier, E. Schaffer. I 11:1 , . 1 ',: '. 3 I I j 1 V- .. , 1, , , 11 -- , .Q DIEIV The gover: the Wintergi tions at Hc fit Christmas Pres., Don Gr STANDING: K. G. Carpenter, Cordle, P. Osb son. NOT IN Dickson, M. W OSBORIN The Advisor' Osborne Hall. Glee Club, Spr Richard E. B11 Treas., Iack P. BACK ROW: E G. Douglas. E nington. L. Ste' ley. FIRST RO T. Baker, I. Mo INTERN They promc lations and p of this group they promoter Vice-Pres., Ke man: Treas., I SEATED: I. I Fletcher, G. 1 mond. SIS rtiveness in modern 1 Christmas program, :: Sec.-Treas., Anna . Strode, N. Smith, M, ler. THIRD ROW: F. Schaefer, V. Leon, C. ROW: M. Sexton, M, nms, I. Brown. FIRST eissenherz, S. Iarvins, CLUB interested in the out- ngs, floating trips in a 'er the Christmas vaca- I exploring trips. Pres.. Shirley Henry: Sec., n Chambers. 1, B. Ripley, N. Higgins, 3. chambers. SECOND Eford, I. Reynolds. G. sbit, D. VanLaningham. , D. Marshall, S. Henry, VIMITTEE CHAIRMEN Student Center were They headed the com- the all school dances. and the special recep: e hours. The genera. Edson. . Fletcher, E. Klein, H- , R. Neimier, E. Schaffer- DIEMER HALL ADVISORY BOARD The governing body for Diemer Hall sponsored the Wintergreen Ball, third place House decora- tions at Homecoming, Convocation, and Bene- fit Christmas Party. Pres., Ron Iohnson: Vice Pres., Don Gray: Sec.-Treas., Willard Reine. STANDING: K. Fletcher, B. Ridge, G. Crockett. G. Carpenter, I. Townley, F. King. SEATED: D. Cordle, P. Osborne, D. Gray, W. Reine, R. Iohn- son. NOT IN PICTURE: C. Loomis, K. Scott, K. Dickson, M. Woner. Dormitorial OSBORNE HALL ADVISORY BOARD The Advisory board is the directing body of Osborne Hall. They participated in Homecoming, Glee Club, Spring Picnic, Wintergreen Ball. Pres., Richard E. Blais: Vice Pres., Max Noe: Sec.- Treas., Iack P. Mann. BACK ROW: B. Berrier, G. Hampton, G. Yinger. G. Douglas. SECOND ROW: I. Mann, L. Dun- nington, L. Stewart, K. Day, T. Oldham, I. Town- ley, FIRST ROW: I. Wagenknecht, W. Edwards. T. Baker, I. Moehlman, R. Blais, M. Noe. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB They promote an interest in international re- lations and people of other countries. Members of this group attended the IRC Conference, and they promoted U. N. Day. Pres., Grace Clark: Vice-Pres., Keyes Fletcher: Sec., Maurine Hoff- man: Treas., Iim Bartlett. SEATED: I. Miller, L. Lingle, M. Hoffman, K. Fletcher, G. Clark, D. Barnes, I. Allen, B. Ham- mond. t '1 T? KAPPA MU EPSILON Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics honor society. They attended a district conven- tion in the spring and held a Spring Banquet, Pres.. Shirley Loeven: Vice Pres., Dennis Hough: Sec., Elizabeth Baile: Treas., Duane Endicott. STANDING: Mr. Kelly, R. Bradley, I. McAuliiie, E. Toler, P. Hollansworth, D. Reeker, V. Hopkins, I. Graham, C. Brown. SEATED: I. Rush, H. Hamp- ton, S. Loeven, E. Baile, Y. Leach, D. Endicott, D. Hough. PHI SIGMA PI Phi Sigma Pi is an honor's fraternity tor men. Alpha chapter is the one located on this campus. Pres., Ken Rall: Vice Pres., Bud Wilson: Sec.- Treas., Ioe Hightower. . STANDING: C. Brady, T. Giltner, I. Baum, I. Hightower, K. Dickson, C. Kaseman, K. Rall, P. McCandless. SEATED: L. Lingle, D. Barnes, F. Taylor, I. Rush, W. Rickman, B. Hammond, G. Geivett. BETA ALPHA Beta Alpha is an honorary organization lor the cultivation of the appreciation and know- ledge of its members regarding their choice and expression of art. The making of Homecoming pennants and the Bozarth Ball were two of their activities. Pres., Carolyn Denny: Vice Pres.. Ed Iohnson: Sec.-Treas., Patti Thomas. STANDING: R. Wahrenbrock. I. Hightower. W. Kimble, E. Iohnson, E. Ellis. SEATED: B. Wear, L. Garner, C. Ritter, D. Iohnson, C. Denny. P- Thomas. G. Geivett. 5 134 ' 4 -u.4 JA PSILON national mathematics ted a district conven- ld a Spring Banquet. Pres., Dennis Hough: s., Duane Endicott. Bradley, I. McAuliffe, J. Reeker, V. Hopkins, ED: I. Rush, H. Hamp- Leach, D. Endicott, D. API ir's fraternity for men. tcated on this campus. s., Bud Wilson: Sec.- Giltner, I. Baum, I. Kaseman, K. Rall, P. Lingle, D. Barnes. F. tan, B. Hammond, G. 'HA rary organization for Jreciation and know- ding their choice and tking of Homecoming 1 Ball were two of yn Denny: Vice Pres., tti Thomas. ck, I. Hightower, W- s. SEATED: B. Weflff ihnson, C. DennYf P' , WOMEN'S COUNSELORS The purpose of this organization is to work for a more effective campus program, and ci deeper education of the more perceptive and responsible students who serve as counselors. These girls helped the Freshmen and new students to become acquainted with the school and with other students. BACK ROW: L. Graupner, R. Bugler, E. Klein, M. Smith, K. Bosler, C. Ezell, D. Stroud, P. Neville, C. Steele, G. Clark, S. Harlan. FOURTH ROW: S. Timms, M. Bullock, B. Fowler, I. Baldwin, D. Cretzmeyer, C. Needles, B. Stephens, G. Miller, P. Strider. THIRD ROW: S. Henry, T. Crabtree. R. Scritchfield, M. Brown, D. Brown, H. Wilson, A. Corn, M. Cross, I. McKendree. SECOND ROW: I. Gregory, B. Lewin, M. Grider, I. Licklider, I. Shelby, I. Baldwin, M. Dunwiddie, G. Straub. FIRST ROW: B. Beissenherz, I. Lansford, G. Plattenburg, I. Andrews, I. Elwell. Athletics "M" CLUB The Club was established to promote an interest in athletics among the student body, alumni, town's people, and prospective athletes. They sponsored a dance for the football team, a dance for the basketball team. and presented trophies to all conference winners. Pres., Iohn Gnagi: Vice Pres., Shelby Brightwell, Sec., Ierry Wood: Treas., Howard Tignor. BACK ROW: B. Richeson, C. Graham, B. Ben- nett, B. Irvin, P. Wulff, I. Gnagi, C. Bainter. FOURTH ROW: K. Hayob, I. Wood, P. Richard- son, D. Russell, S. Brightwell, A. Pahl, G. Plow- man. THIRD ROW: I. Burgoyne, G. George, B. Lobb, K. Scott, I. Crews, B. Mountjoy, I. Ross. SECOND ROW: G. Augustine, B. Ridge, E. Nold. D. Schromm. FIRST ROW: B. Case, V. DeMayo, P. Walz, W. Katz, N. Brooks, I. Turner. NOT IN PICTURE: L. Harper, E. Keth, L. Comer. COLHECON Colhecon functions to promote and further an interest in Home Economics. They held a Fashion show, Mother-Daughter Banquet, and a Christmas Demonstration. Pres., Marilyn Cross: Vice Pres., Carol Pickett: Sec., Celia' Steele: Treas., Lucille Collett. BACK ROW: L. Collett, D. Kitchen C. Burris, M. Althoff, I. Mouse, S. Harlan, S. Lininqer, C. Steele. FOURTH ROW: I. Davis, C Peoples. K, Brown, E. Fitzgerald, L. Hueneteld, A. McCurdy. K. Henley. THIRD ROW: I. Sweeten, E. Guenther. B. Reed, E. Kipp, M. Slusher, M. Newman, SECOND ROW: L. Baker, E. Rutherford, D. Eng- berg, B. LaRue, C. Sykes, E. Williams, E. Wylie. FIRST ROW: M. Cross, C. Pickett, S. Sevier, D. Irle, B. Brown, L. Gentry. 135 . w I t t nfT.- Si. 1 nl' '57 ink 1 II -in 31 ...., , . A F. 5 .I A n . , .,i L, . "g ' 1 ye -L-W- ,-- - 4 . . 'H' - - fl .sn- - H ,-'f L S'1 .JT , . :w f vw-. ii-. "G-Jr F X I ,-i .. .3 "- ft. ,- l-5-L 4.12. mrs lg ' t Q.: .il 4 it " . an-lt j rdrizl ll E153 vi-,BH A .1 LL? ne, TT- N"'? 5 P-dl. .'..'f? if ' 5- 4 Us Q- 111121 fi 5' mmf Ii: L13 DF .,..-A ll V' .... in--' 15" lax- ' I" ti J- I . . L t 1. 7 '15 - 3 -.fl COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Their purpose is to offer opportunity for students of all nations on campus to meet soci- ally and to become friends. They held a Friend- ship Tea, annual spring picnic and annual con- vocation. Pres., Rodolfo Bettoni: Vice Pres., Iudy Ieffries: Sec.. Ethel Higashi: Treas., Mir Kian Shafe: Hist., Carolyn Sokugawa. BACK ROW: T. Hong, M. Hoffman, R. Mendez, I. Cajado, A. Iohanshah, W. Morales, G. Clark, I. Oskouian. FOURTH ROW: E. Callaway. R. Bet- toni, K. Fletcher, M. De La Cruz, H. Suazo, I. Ieffries, A. Bartlett. THIRD ROW: K. Chung, B, Hammond, I. Anzalotta, A. Pambechy, R. Garcia, V. Leon, G. Barquero. SECOND ROW: A. Iahani, A. Iahani, I. Allen, H. Tome, M. Millian, F. Diez, M. Shafe. FIRST ROW: Y. Oh, M. Koike, A. Koike, K. Miura, Y. Uema, Y. Nakamura. CRESCENDO CLUB This organization presents various types of devices and examples of music. They held a Iall mixer, Winter initiation program, and spring picnic. Pres., Bill Grace: Vice Pres., Lois Iean Behrens: Sec., Patty Byler: Treas., IoAnn Elwell. BACK ROW: B. Large. I. Goss, R. Schoch, L. Behreh, B. Stalling, E. Stalling. B. Stark. I. Chron- ister. FOURTH ROW: B. Grace, P. Byler, E. Ames. M. Hartwig, D. McCann, K. McAlister. H. Kim. THIRD ROW: G. Fuchs, M. Crawford. C. Bevier. C. Needels, A. Corn, I. Iohnson, B. Ellithorpe, K. Lewis. SECOND ROW: M. Snell, M. Allen, C. Goetz, S. Kirkpatrick, M. Brown, P. Thomas, B. Smith. FIRST ROW: I. Sweeton, C. Rine, W. Byler, I. Elwell, I. Rolf. WOMEN'S SELF GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION WSGA is cz service organization which governs activities that concern women on the campus. They sponsored an all school dance, cr convo. and voted to become affiliated nationally in AWS. Pres., Teresa Crabtree: Vice Pres., Mary Kay Henley: Sec., Gloria Skillman: Treas., Dot Cretzmeyer. BACK ROW: M. Smith, M. Hinnah, B. Bartel, C. Twente, S. Harlan, S. Thoma, M. Werner, P. Stricler, L. Sharp, D. Ring. FOURTH ROW: K. Bosler, I. Selover, E. Fitzgerald, M. Rosbrugh, L. Behruns, D. Cretzmeyer, P. Shaw, L. Huenefeld. K. Henley. THIRD ROW: C. Denney, G. Straub. P. Schaffner, I. Baldwin, S. Beshore, D. Feaster. I. Weir, I. Mouse. SECOND ROW: R.-Quick, R. Falk, C. Wilson, B. Reed, D. Engberg, T. Hughes. I. Gregory, B. LaRue. FIRST ROW: M. Braswell. N. Thomson, M. Grider, T. Crabtree, D. Hall, P. Riley. I I - . I I ' ' 1. AN CLUB offer opportunity fof campus to meet soci- r. They held a Friend- icnic and annual con. Bettoni: Vice Pres., Higashi: Treas., Mir Eokugawa. iofiman, R. Mendez, I. Morales. G. Clark, I, E. Callaway, R. Bet. .a Cruz, H. Suazo, I, I ROW: K. Chung, B, Pambechy, R. Garcia, OND ROW: A. Iahani, ie, M. Millian, F. Diez, Y. Oh, M. Koike, A. Y. Nakamura. D CLUB nts various types oi music. They held a i program, and spring Vice Pres., Lois Iean Treas., IoAnn Elwell. Goss, R. Schoch, L. ing, B. Stark, I. Chron- ace, P. Byler, E. Ames, K. McAlister, H. Kim. '. Crawford, C. Bevier, mson, B. Ellithorpe, K. I. Snell, M. Allen, C. Brown, P. Thomas, B. rweeton, C. Rine, W. MENT ASSOCIATION riization which governs :men on the campus. :hool dance, a convo, fiiliated nationally in ree: Vice Pres., Mary Skillman: Treas., Dot . Hinnah, B. Bartel, C. aoma, M. Werner, P- g. FOURTH ROW: K. erald, M. Rosbrugh, L- '. Shaw, L. Hueneield. C. Denney, G. Straub. 5. Beshore, D. Feaster, D ROW: R. Quick. R- D. Engberg, T. HugheSf ST ROW: M. Braswell. . Crabtree, D. Hall, P- FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FTA operates to stimulate growth in the ideals and ethics of the teaching profession and to interest the best young men and women in education as a career. They sponsored a pro- gram ior high school FTA clubs and promoted Education Day. Pres., Bill Bruch, Vice Pre-SH lackie Andrews: Sec., Marjorie Bullock: Treas., Ann Hamlin: Hist., Vera Wall. BACK ROW: M. Rohrbach, M. Burrus, D. Kitchen, S. Loeven, B. Moore, I. Wiechen, D. Schluster. M. Rosbrough. FOURTH ROW: M. Chinn, S. Hyatt, L. Marcks, I. Francis, B. Williams, I, MC. Kendree, K. Henley. THIRD ROW: E. Williams, G. Nowak, M. Bullock, D. Irle, D. Bruch. SECOND ROW: A. Hamlin, S. Beshore, M. Boyd, F. Miller. FIRST ROW: I. Andrews, K. Harper, M. Grider, BACK ROW: B. Bruch, I. Mann, S. Thoma, I. Miller, L. Collett, L. Munger. THIRD ROW: N. Smith, M. S. Kelly, I. Stewart, M. Noe, A. Miller, C. Haldiman. SECOND ROW: G. Barlage. B. Hall, K. Hanawalt, B. Stephens, S. Mayse, M. Gose. FIRST ROW: B. Bedell, S. Weyland, I. McNeel, K. Dempsey, C. Mann. WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION WRA was organized for the promotion of in- terest in physical education activities through an intramural program. They participated in the state WAA convention at Knobnoster, all sports intramural programs, and annual spring award dinner. Pres., Roberta Reid: Vice Pres., Helen Price: Sec.-Treas., Martha Turner: Reporter. Anna Iordan. BACK ROW: N. Haynes, C. White, C. Hessel, N. Krueger, A. Iordan, A. B. Ritter, R. Reid. THIRD ROW: D. Marshall, B. Allison. I. Davis. S. Standler, L. Paxton, N. Smith. SECOND ROW: L. Stith, M. Yeats, I. Stanbrough, I. McMillin, C. Bauer, B. Forbes. FIRST ROW: H. Briceno. R. Barnard, M. Gricler. A. Martin. 137 M, V- F15-,X R I Q , .- I P ' I 1 L11 . -R-N' gg, lx: Q sri,-5 ,df it: L . eff' jiri HMS +1 '.. lv I il.: . I Tp , ri 'U if 'I . :srl 4--," mv ' R531 ,LN l Tk 1 . . Q 1 l' V+ 'SW' if .y ia 1. 5 ," V'-I w 2" ti 4' X . 1 - af f. , ?, "1 - 2 fa I if ii' Til y ALPHA PHI OMEGA APO is a national service organization. These men published the Student Faculty Directory, sponsored UMOC, conducted campus tours for' Freshmen, taught local Boy Scouts to swim, and held their spring Outing and Formal Dance. Pres., Don Ploeger: Vice Pres., Iohn Novak: Rec. Sec., Bill Hunt: Corr. Sec., Manuel Romero: Treas., Stan Novak: Alumni Sec., Iohn Cipolla. BACK ROW: D. Ploeger, I. Hess, I. Wear, A. Dyer, C. Uhrig. B. Scott, F. Nickles. THIRD ROW: E. Kennedy, K. Fletcher, S. Novak, I. Claypool, L. Hess, I. Turrentine. SECOND ROW: K. Lewis, P. Small, M. Romero, P. Hollansworth, B. Hunt, R. Smith. FIRST ROW: D. Burton, G. Vick, I. Staiiord, T. Wells. R. Malone. ALPHA PHI SIGMA This is an honor scholarship organization for high school valedictorians and salutatorians. The Alpha chaper sponsored a fall picnic, Spring Banquet. and various lecture and panel discus- sions. Pres., Grace- Clark: Vice-Pres., Marilyn Brown: Sec., Elizabeth Baile. BACK ROW: M. Hoffman, T. Giltner, S. Loeven. W. Rickman, G. Clark, M. Hinnah.'THIRD ROW: M. Brown, Y. Leach, K. Moore, C. Schneider, C. Bauer. SECOND ROW: C. Ient, B. Paxton, S. Hyatt, E. Baile, W. Byler, L. Iaeger. FIRST ROW: I. Allen, B. Schondelmeyer, L. Gentry, M. Snell, E. Barnett. I DOLPHIN SWIMMING CLUB The Dolphins promote syncronized swimming, lite-saving classes, and a swimming instructor's course. They produced their Spring Water Show, small shows for Play Day, Senior High School Day, and selected the best Dolphin. Pres., Norma Thomson: Vice Pres., Roberta Reid: Sec.-Treas., Carol Collins: Reporter, Carolyn Denny. BACK ROW: M. Iohnson, N. Thomson, B. Bartel, M. Otchsle, D. Craft. P. Peters, C. Wiltshire. FOURTH ROW: A. Budd. S. Hughes, K. Hana- walt, I. Dunnell, I. McFarland, C. Eves. THIRD ROW: B. Lewin, I. Stewart, W. Breeding, S. Hughes, B. Allison. SECOND ROW: I. Iutten. B. Butts, S. Kiser, M. Yates, R. Reid. FIRST ROW: H. Briceno, C. Denny, M. Grider, M. Turner. 38 PHYSICAL El PEM Club was interest and growt women. They sp letter, and Alumn walt: Vice Pres. Mary Lou Mitche BACK ROW: I. W lor, M. Lee, N. Tl C. White. THIRD I. Durnell, V. Rei H. Price. SECOND Breeding, B. Matl Reid. FIRST ROW S. Kiser, M. Turne ' IN INTER-ORGAN This group was courage school sp athletic activities. and dances after vities. Pres., Cli Bauer: Sec., Nant Publicity, Wanda BACK ROW: I. l Higgins, G. Floml ton, B. Hall. THI son, N. Smith, M P. Neville, E. Klr D. Warren, R. Bai Kenyon. FIRST R S. Fisher, M. Gric CENTRAL MISS The purpose of fellowship and pr students and iacul in Agriculture. Pi Roger Hink: Sec. Brown. STANDING: B. S man. I. Ahle, W. , R. Washburn, F. l I. Unnewehr, D. I. A. Brown, W. Sco PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAIORS CLUB PEM Club was established to stimulate the interest and growth of Physical Education among women. They sponsored play day, Christman letter, and Alumni Banquet. Pres., Kathy Hana- walt: Vice Pres., Dalene Clorise, Sec.-Treas. Mary Lou Mitchell: Hist., Betty Mathews. BACK ROW: I. Whitiord, M. L. Mitchell, D. Tay- lor, M. Lee. N. Thomson, M. Krueger, P. Peters, C. White. THIRD ROW: K. Hanawalt, A. Ritter, I. Durnell, V. Reinsch, A. Iordan, C. Wiltshire, H. Price. SECOND ROW: I. Iutten, S. Hughes, W. Breeding, B. Mathews, N. Smith, L. Paxton, R. Reid. FIRST ROW: D. Clouse, S. Coit, B. Allison, S. Kiser, M. Turner, I. Stanbrough, R. Barnard. ' INTER-NATIONAL INTER-ORGANIZATIONAL BOOSTER CLUB This group was organized to promote and en- courage school spirit and to interest students in athletic activities. Snake Dances, Pep Rallies, and dances after games were among their acti- vities. Pres., Clift Kateman: Vice Pres., Ted Bauer: Sec., Nancy Thomson: Treas., Don Ross: Publicity, Wanda Wood. BACK ROW: I. Nesbit, I. Ieffries, D. Ross, N. Higgins, G. Flomertelt, I. Williams, L. Whitting- ton, B. Hall. THIRD ROW: B. Dillon, N. Thom- son, N. Smith, M. Yeates, I. Davis, G. Straub, P. Neville, E. Klein. SECOND ROW: L. Sharp, D. Warren, R. Barnard. O. Glispey, W. Wood, P. Kenyon. FIRST ROW: H. Mullins, B. Thorburn, S. Fisher, M. Grider, I. Gregory, T. Barker. CENTRAL MISSOURI AGRICULTURE CLUB The purpose of this organization is to promote fellowship and professional development among students and faculty members who are interested in Agriculture. Pres., Wiley Scott: Vice Pres., Roger Hinlc: Sec., I. H. Ahle: Treas., Albert Brown. STANDING: B. Savage, D. Corder, M. Kinna- man, I. Ahle, W. Brown, A. Biesemeyer, R. Hink, R. Washburn, F. Unneweher. C. White. SEATED: I. Unnewehr, D. Lynde, M. Whitesitt, D. Thomas, A. Brown, W. Scott, R. Bradley, E. Mershon. v l ALPHA PHI DELTA Alpha Phi Delta is a scholastic honor society. Beta chaper entered a Homecoming Window decoration. sponsored a scholarship, and held fall and spring initiations. Pres. Dot Cretzmeyer: Vice-Pres., Kay Wrigley: Sec.-Treas., Carol Bevier, BACK ROW: B. Swopes, K. Bosler, M. Smith, M. Rohrbach, P. Schaffer, D. Kitchen, R. Waters, M. Hinnah. THIRD ROW: S. Veatch, I. Cooper, B. Halsey, L. Begrens, D. Cretzmeyer, P. Shaw, G. Straub. SECOND 'ROW: C. Collins, C. Bevier, M. Cross, M. White, D. Feaster. M. Boyd, K. Henley, M. Grider. FIRST ROW: F. Miller, L. Rosburgh, C. Denny, B. Williams, S. Beshore, I. Simmons. BACK ROW: S. Harlan, S. Loeven, L. Nahm, L. Collett, I. Dexhimer, A. Iones, M. Hoffman. THIRD ROW: S. Thoma, C. Creason, I. Baldwin, I. Wiechen, Y. Leach, K. Wrigley, E: Ozias, R. Barnard. SECOND ROW: I. Gregory, M. Slusher, P. Thomas, M. Brown, B. LaRue, P. Kinyon, M. Werner. FIRST ROW: M. Koike, L. Gentry, P. Riley, D. Hall, I. Elwell, E. Baile. ' ' COLLEGIATE 4-H CLUB This Organization promotes fellowship among the 4-H members. Pres.. Yvonne Leach: Vice Pres., Kathy Lacey: Sec., Doris Irle: Treas.. Albert Brown. BACK ROW: A. Brown. L. Cowherd, K. Lacey, I. Mouse, D. Irle, A. lxynch, W. Brown, C. White. FIRST ROW: S. Sevier, L. Paxton, C. Sykes, N. Newman, B. Kincaid, Y. Leach, M. Gray. 140 ASSO CIA EDUCA'l The student bi and well-being o to encourage gr field. They sponsc for the Lab sch visor programs. I Kathy Harper: I Margi Bullock: R BACK ROW: M. K. Ranson, M. R McKendree THIR B. Williams, M. Hopkins. SECON O. Glispey, M. FIRST ROW: I. YEATER This is the ac mitory. Their ev Greens, Christmr annual formal C Pres., Mary We: Margi Kephart: Carol Hessel. BACK ROW: D. Hader, L. Cheesi OND ROW: C. S. Hughes, D. ' A. Allworth. FIR ner, M. Sexton, Thomson. - TOI This council w a voice in the g events they hel Tea and Open I Todd Formal. al Stephens: Vice Carol Goetz: Tr STANDING: D. Slusher, I. Whiti Oechsle, B. Stl SEATED: B. Bei Wikke, C. Crec Hall. ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL The student branch works for the education and well-being of elementary age children, cmd to encourage growth and co-operation in this Iield. They sponsored movies, Thanksgiving favors lor the Lab school, and student teacher-super- visor programs. Pres., Charlene Ezell: Vice Pres., Kathy Harper: Sec., Kathleen Hudson: Treas., Margi Bullock: Reporter, Pat Shaw. BACK ROW: M. Rosbrough, C. Ezell, M. Prewitt, K. Ranson, M. Rohrbach, P. Shaw, D. Stroud, I. McKendree THIRD ROW: I. Shelby, I. Francis, B. Williams, M. Hewitt, M. Anders, D. Etter, B. Hopkins SECOND ROW: B Ste hens C. Mann ' - P I . O. Glispey, M. Gose, M. Bullock, K. Harper. FIRST ROW: I. Lanslord, T. Barker, M. Grider. Dormatorial YEATER HALL HOUSE COUNCIL This is the administrative council of the dor- mitory. Their events were the Hanging of the Greens. Christmas program and Open House. annual formal dance, and annual convocation. Pres., Mary Werner: Vice Pres., Ioy Rupe and Margi Kephart: Sec., Sandy Harlan: Treas., Carol Hessel. BACK ROW: D. Stroud, N. Adle, C. Hessel, D. Hader, L. Cheesman, S. Harlan, H. Cossell. SEC- OND ROW: C. Eves, M. Kephart, M. Marchs, S. Hughes, D. Tuepker, R. Barnard, W. Byler. A. Allworth. FIRST ROW: I. McKendree, M. Wer- ner, M. Sexton, I. Baldwin, A. Corn, I. Eaton, N. Thomson. TODD HALL COUNCIL This council was set up to give the residents a voice in the governing of their dormitory. The events they held were the Christmas dinner. Tea and Open House, White Breakfast, Yeater- Todd Formal, and Record Dances. Pres., Bettie Stephens: Vice Pres., Iackie Whittord: Sec., Carol Goetz: Treas., Iudith Ielfries, STANDING: D. Cervin, S. Biere, L. Gentry, M. Slusher, I. Whittord, R. Scritchlield, K. Bray, M. Oechsle, B. Stephens, B. Lewin, H. Cossell. SEATED: B. Beissenherz, C. Goetz, D. Irle, B. Wikke, C. Creason, S. Timms, D. Chaney, D. Hall. ' rf A-e f A i i ,, U qllql T I . . , ,,. ...Qt R 'fn ,,,f f I J I . I i I maj t + fa, with PHYSICAL ,BEING I fa-,-Q A A LAA,,i" Q 1 a ,f 4-Y", wi A. ,, A. x ' A 'mr f f ' , lg. f,,. . .A ,,,.. 'Wim-5' AA AM A A A Y A l x .- . , . . ' U L . ' ' " Q ., - A ' f A I , M-W K,-in ' ' A -1 ' -..,, ' N ' .M Lg V 'Q-Hr... w - N in H A Y It-..6'.., ' X ,, X - ' 'Y ,mm .ir ,A . 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Opp. 106 36 Cape Girardeau 5-0 1000 Warrensburg 4-1 800 83 - 41 Rolla 2-3 400 63 66 Maryville 2-3 400 44 73 Kirksville 1 1-4 200 58 80 Springfield 1-4 200 34 75 GAME SCORES CMSC 0 7 College of Emporia CMSC 6 7 Pittsburg State College CMSC 0 28 Southwestern College CMSC 19 7 Kirksville CMSC 13 0 Springfield CMSC 14 7 Maryville ' CMSC 12 13 Cape Girardeau CHome- X coming? ' CMSC 25 19 Rolla CMSC 18 0 Baker CParer1ts Day1 Conference Games 44 1 - . , Bill Mr. Vern installed v . el,-ff' geiP.?1e?5f-1 xii x-rf 'Q :KQV 4 , in l-qh iluw 2 4" :gg Q f is PS Pts. Opp. 106 36 83- 41 63 68 44 73 58 90 34 75 Jricx allege liege fHome- coming? ryl IQ:-. f 1 :,, Bill Holtom. co-captain, watches the toss Mr. Vernon Kennedy, C. M. S. C. cxlumncr, being installed in the Missouri Stcxte Hall oi Fame Dr. LeRoy Harper, Athletic Director ..-. A x r i ,.. t il -,. ,L- l Eli 'HK' 1 F3 , .J , . if. .4 5, .1 f I' I .:' I I K ,M-. 7 '-,I '1 LTI.. .I-wk. lil I I ir-I-I A lf. . -.Lf Lf -1 fl flf L 1 1-iq' E'i.4l I'-A ' LL. ' .lik . I, .I r' r ALI 2:1 9231 Mrs . L. In . A-,M 7-51 H, f- ' ' Y. .1 ,. rf- -it I Jn - . 1:72 , gm ? lg! 5 1 M 5 'I ' if FUI' H , MAA . E. f' t. 4- -- - I DELBERT BRYANT Guard Z'-,'2r2"4. .3 ' s lf:7 .. -ang .. 713. . Q ai f. . -,.., -,bij , ,V-. ' 'tl 'Tuul' 'sf'-5 2 ite- Mftivfi pf f n' -.-. . ' . 1 A ff fig., is .1pfff'? ' . '. Q.,,,,-fa .f f 5 I sf. W ,H f 1 V If-,ri 1, fQ.ffir-'- . ,. , W I ,TK ,. ,.,, ,.. 4 V f is?" Puig.: ,A Rf, W1 I -f, 4 ffl. 'I' tl 1 . .Q f :.:. ww , f fl- . . ,, I .'A , 1 . W .:,gfs-Frei. .,, 1 r X ' . . ' A ' " - .sf if 'Z . '-. ' -X S U . , - - -'f'ffz2g,Qig,Qf Z ' ' ' ' ' ,If-sgg,-gh 1 . . ' :T f. ' - Q -' A , , W' I wig? ' 451 f," 1 f:1ZgTsf?'f2 1 - . 338 I I' 4' . . V! f Z ' . s,.. 1 .W yt! - ...Nerf - ' 0 x . N, -- 6if'p,fjgy3, 'Wulf "ff 'iii' sr Q ' N As,-gb A 16" W vac, .. .. Lst.,A. 5 gf 'X -f gbgiri fx , ...g-w.,A..w B - '33 iw ,., , M 1- . Arla gg-,Q ax g 1 , Y BZ!-tif mf irii 2, f 'Isis Yr- ,K A y z M ,1 W2 .w-. 1 ff 3 , t X afa r. if j I -, My wr . X41 M 1 V msg , Q 4 Q Us 1- 3 4 fi 4,3093 P? 5 512 M BOB IRVIN End IOHN GNAGI Center VIC DeMAYO Guard 1 'gifs-Wy-zflsqgzwwz f SL if-'f '.2i1'll Fefilflffil' IERRY BURGOYNE GENE PLOWMAN Halfback Fullback Cn a hot August day 50 tired men dragged themselves to their bunks after a long hard practice. Although physically worn, there was no mistaking the bright fire of enthusiasm and hope for a success- ful season that burned within their eyes. Three very close successive losses nearly extinguished that spark until a highly spirited school body got behind their team and cheered them to their first victory of the year, a solid 19-7 drubbing at the expense of Kirksville. Two more conference wins followed which left the Mules in a deadlock for first place in the MIAA Conference with Cape. Homecoming came and went and a gallant Warrensburg 4th quarter rally fell 1 point short as Cape staggered away with a 13-12 victory. The Mule machine rolled over Rolla to cinch second place the next Saturday. The Mules finished the season with a win over Baker 18-0 and a season record of 5 wins, 4 losses, the best record since 1950 when.the Mules Won six games. Eight seniors played their last game for the Mules against Baker, they were: Richard McMillan: Iohn Gnagi: Robert Mullins: Delbert Bryant: Bill Holtom: Paul Thorp: Harold Weintraub and Robert Parker. These men carried a big load and , f.-"-,156 L' ' , -gr-f'?:,""4a. , N f t.2:1'f"i. .,- ' as 11143, .g fl 1, ,,4y,"."4tv'2 .f'i2. '12-'Wifi-"1 fir". .L-raw f ' 5532 ff'f'1,?'x'.C 23' ' .y,f,,,J -. -NL 5.1.3. W ' fwquwtj f :,. . I-ft ' ,.,., gl ii. ,. HNF, Q I . 9.1, c.,- ,f .I ls- 4 .- "' .' H I- ,f 45, ,gn STAN 1' Full their absence wi Mule lineup, altf feel sure that the men willing and seniors. The lN statistics as they opponents 1220 up 102 first down to be gained ag their opponents Gene Augustine. Bob McFarland 3 in yards gained the number 2 pa: ses. Bill Georg punters as he c tight spots deel Brooks and Bill All-NIIAA confer field for agressi' quarterback: Hc tough Mule line ed a spot on the standing play at GENE GEORGE ' BILL GEORGE WAYNE KATZ BOB MONTIOY NORMI Halfbfick End Guard Tackle Quo ,. ..,-,., " ww .f r..'1::,:,, ....., - 1... -.- .-,... , '-- , ':..x:':' -nw, . 1 - .-...-......,lT7L2.:::. --.. ' ""'T,T'EC1'4i'5" "' 1 .......--...... ,xg 'r ""k riffs' ...ref - -...A--W 4 if-W Q-.. M '5' W . Q "ttf "fl-I ur Mfmswvv ' ,.,. , f ,X r"7.1f -1 'Q' nf gr.-, V- .1 rf-.-an-5-wif 2 J.. ,i I J K 21 . . ,KL , Za.: .Fig - is X, 57'-4.1 '-, HI ,f -.5 " , , jygf-.,3f,:,,-ah - ' . ' I sft i' ., t I Q Qjgiml X I ' ' n , A-vs... 4? -' 4 ff 54" V Y -2 f v .f . faux, . . .f....f .rss-wtf. M- v- nw-f w.,y,. - . - 1 A N 1' ny ' ,. s. 1'-'s -'!Q'Qp,gf!. , 5. - Qgira . - I Y 'e Q. .. .'f5' --L -...hurl -- " y.. -t f , -.. I I I I I . 'TUV' , - STAN HENSLEY RICHARD MCMILLEN EARL NOLD GENE MASTERS PLOWMAN Fullback Haliback Center Guard illback dragged practice. mistaking a success- Three very shed that got behind victory of expense of :ved which ace in the ring came th quarter away with over Rolla The Mules tr 18-0 and :est record ies. Eight les against hn Gnagi: ltom: Paul zer. These MONTIOY Tackle their absence will leave an acute vacuum in the Mule lineup, although coaches Comer and Willie feel sure that there are several talented underclass- men willing and able to fill the big shoes of these seniors. The Mules ranked high in conference statistics as they amassed 1714 yards rushing to their opponents 1220 yards. Warrensburg also chalked up 102 first downs, while allowing only 90 first downs to be gained against them. The Mules outscored their opponents 107-88. Individual honors went to Gene Augustine, Stan Hensley, Norman Brooks and Bob McFarland were among the top 17 ball carriers in yards gained in the league. McFarland was also the number 2 passer completing 42.313 of all his pas- ses. Bill George was among the conferences top punters as he continually punted the Mules out of tight spots deep in their own territory. Norman Brooks and Bill Holtman were also chosen to the All-MIAA conference lst team. Brooks in the back- field for agressiveness and fight as a halfback and quarterback: Holtman for being the sparkplug of a tough Mule line at tackle. Harold Weintraub earn- ed a spot on the all conference 2nd team by his out- standing play at end. NORMAN BROOKS BU-L H01-TOM Quarterback Tackle 9 .,,.v. 1 k-.fQL. s- 51' " J! 5 Q jii . - 5 A . . x . K., . 1 fs . 3 T T i 1 I I t T s 1 B. V RICHARD BENNETT Quarterback f 4 -..-E ,-, f Wt-emi? -. . ' I Ei 5 TOM AUBHEY 2 Quarterback T Q ' 4 T T T i F l I ' E HAROLD WEINSTRAUB , End g 4' T 5 s 5, ROBERT MULLENS PHILLIP WOLFF Center Tackle 5 u T Q I eg, T ,. y l - M -., 'j 3 A v -. 1 f 'T - ' f l , n X 1 -'t .-', 'A -MX. -'22 - -. ..- ' .. .,a..'!-',,l'5' -4-Q - 'w ' '1 -11, , . Us-,-.., .I , T ...xl-. af' X V -. 4 , . l qw - : ,.1'ar,'.' Y . .-raQ5,':-- -4 ' 'A ,.,-ml' 1- - ., . im 1. it i I H ji is ,tl .3 t E tr if g. !l is ay fl! 5, gi, I, dl W' ,I 4 V+ V? ll RI fl E 1, W ll ,gg ts Qi In ,l .gl H K, sl llj ti li 'Q ,fl if ,ig is I . I l' fi I! 1 E. Keth, D. Volkmen, L. Comer, L. Harper, H. Willie. ROW l-G. Plowman, B. Bruff, V. DeMayo, I. Ross, E. Nold, B. Holtom, Bob Mullins, D. Mr.Millen, E. Masters. ROW Z-B. Case, V. Lavery, G. Hampton, P. Wolff, B. Montjoy, C. Bainter, H. Weintraub, I. Cordle, I. Burgoyne. ROW 3-B. Irvin, I. Werner, B. Milburn, G. Butler, W. Tarplay, B. Iuda, W. Katz. ROW 4-P. Bruins, L. Sanboothe, D. Elliot, R. Bola, F. Leath, D. Temple, T. Boone, M. Page. ROW 5-T. Aubrey, F. Lovan, D. Greenwell, F. Hill, I. Green, E. Villines, D. Bryant, R. Bennett. ROW 6-N. Brooks, F. Darling, B. Long, I. Gnagi, G. George, G. Augustine, S. Hensley, B. George. ROW 7-H. Willie, D. Volkmer, L. Comer, L. Harper, E. Keth. 1, I 1 148 :is 'r::.1" ' wilt' nr 11:3 4' " "ff :Aww R- N i- - ROW 2-B. Case, fin, I. Werner. B. th, D. Temple, T. .nett. ROW 6-N. e, D. Volkmer, L. ...-,:. .,,, ,, . .,-, ,,,.,f,-- ,.,. ,., ..........,.W.N4,'4.2....,..M..,,, ...M-N, ..., M. K' I 'V' 5 ,. . Www.- ...,,7,,..,.M.,,,:.h ,,y,.,,.v,,,.:,, ., . . 5' ' ' K ,. X-r-,-fm,-.q-Q. '..mmmg-ff--mf... . CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC CMSC Basketball Team CMSC' 76 54 Alumni 74 Sl Arkansas Tech Sl 63 Austin College 34 37 East Texas St. 54 73 Rockhurst 62 53 Washburii 60 59 Lincoln U. B3 64 Rockhurst B9 65 Springfield 70 58 Kirksville 41 49 Concordia Seminary '70 59 Rolla 54 53 Cape Girardeau 51 48 Cape Girardeau 75 88 Kirksville 69 53 Rolla 70 54 Maryville 55 58 Lincoln U. 56 61 Springfield 56 47 Maryville Conference Games B McFarland, A Pahl, D. Schromn, I. Hosler, B. Parker, I. Fitterling, B. Irvin, B. Graham. L. Scmboothe, j,.Cq1-npbell, D. .Richerson. D. Russell, B. Gunter, Gus Burton, F. Oschel. Q, ,f--r y I ..i: f f - ff! . 5 -N, ' ',,, . 6 ' .,.,. 4 E y Y fi 1' if Nz' I-13752 f" Im g-Sl' 0 October 15th marked the beginning of six weeks of intensive practice for the Mules as they prepared for a very tough season. As a preliminary showing, Coach Keth assembled several Well known alumhg to play in an exhibition game on December l. A Well knit fighting Mule team pulled away in the last quarter and came out on top by a score of 76-54. The season officially opened with a road trip through the southern states to play four very strong teams. The Mules put everything they had into these games and fought desperately, but came out on the short end in all four games by scores of 71-85, 61-63, 34-37. These games were all close and with a break or two could have gone the other way so spirits were not too damped because observers were sure that the Mules would end up with a winning team. Conference play started on lanuary 10 when the Mules beat a strong Springfield five by a score of 89-65. Four days later the Mules lost to the eventual conference champ- ions, Kirksville, 70-58. The Mules next travel- ed to St. Louis for Q non conferenc Seminary which t on the short end c six games served as they Won five again by a score improved Springf their match as tht conference and al Maryville proved dunked in 58 poii Three seniors pla last time, they we solid mainstays Gus Burton, depe serve for those ti a couple quick ba man: and lim Ho: men Who pulled backboards. Byl clinched second I a 7-3 record and the year. Rounc several underclas Art Pahl, Lou So Tom Graham. Wi gained this year, an even better y l I I S urrked the beginning :ive practice for the d for a very tough y showing, Coach well known alumni i game on December g Mule team pulled er and came out on The season officially through the southern f strong teams. The they had into these sperately, but came In all four games by 34-37. These games a break or two could try so spirits were not observers were sure nd up with a winning ' started on lanuary it a strong Springfield L. Four days later the .al conference champ- fhe Mules next travel- a non conference game with Concordia Seminary which found a fighting Mule five on the short end of a 49-41 score. The next six games served to bolster the Mules record as they won five losing only to Kirksville again by a score of 88-76. Against a much improved Springfield team the Mules met their match as they lost 6l-56. In their last conference and also last game of the season, Maryville proved no problem as the Mules dunked in 56 points against Maryvi1le's 47. Three seniors played the hardwoods for the last time, they were? Bob Gunter, one of the solid mainstays and hustling playmakers, Gus Burton, dependable man to have in re- serve for those tight spots when you need a couple quick baskets and a fresh defensive man, and lim Hosler, one of the taller inside men who pulled those roundballs off the backboards. By beating Maryville the Mules clinched second place in the conference with a 7-3 record and a ll won ll lost record for the year. Rounding out the regulars were several underclassmen namely, D. Schromm, Art Pahl, Lou Sanboothe, Dale Russell and Tom Graham. With the experience these men gained this year, fans are looking forward to an even better year in '57. .2 4 Starting practice in February the thinclad Mule tracksters pre- pared themselves for the indoor meet on March 19 at M. U., winning this event byl0 points over their nearest competitor. At this time the men selected Bob Lobb and Charles Anderson as co-captain for the year. The mules w.ent on to an undefeated season. Coach Hal Yinger's boys, in addition to brushing aside all competition, broke several school records including the 880 yard dash which was broken 3 times, lastly by Green who ran it in 2:00 flat. The mile relay team of Hicks, Crews, Anderson, and Sheppard set a new school record in the mile relay. Curt Day, the lanky high jumper, shattered the old high jump mark with a 6'3" jump, and Harold Micheals throwing the shot put 45'l V2" to break the old mark. The Mules' best match was probably the 103-33 trouncing over Kirks- ville, the first meet of the year. The Outdoor Conference meet at Cape proved to be no problem for the Mules as they finished 13 points in front of the field, and thereby won the M.l.A.A. title for the second straight year. On April 23 a small group of men traveled to Lawrence, Kansas, to participated in the K. U. relays. They entered 2 events, the mile relay and the 2 mile relay. Green, Hicks, Crews and Kent Scott finished 5th in the 2' mile and Scott, Hicks Sheppard and Anderson finished 7th in the mile. l 2 ROW 1-H. Ian: Hicks, R. Rushin Byrnes, B. Mont Green, K. Scott. 4 5 3 fi X le tracksters pre- fl. U., winning this this time the men for the year. The Yinger's boys, in ral school records s, lastly by Green Crews, Anderson. lay. Curt Day, the with a 6'3" jump, wreak the old mark. ncing over Kirks- Ince meet at Cape 1 13 points in front Icond straight year. wrence, Kansas, to the mile relay and finished 5th in the ad 7th in the mile. ROW 1-H. Ianson, H. Michals, D. Weir, C. Anderson, B. Lobb, I. Taylor, D. Russell, D. Day. ROW 2-I. Shepard, B. Albin, R. Hicks, R. Rushin, G. Harsin, I. Powers, B. DeHart, D. Bruins, M. Page. ROW 3-Dick Self, H. Yinqer, F. Nickels, D. McMillin. B. Byrnes, B. Montjoy, N. Higgins, D. Onweiler, C. Day, I. Langsford, B. Austin. ROW 4-B. Harlan, L. Volentine, I. Desler, P. Green, K. Scott, E. Spain, S. Brightwell, A. Coplan, G. Cruse, P. Richardson. fx? . II I ,I rm Z' I J mm v -I. I I I I I . I E I E' I I 3 If t 9 I I I I I I I I I I I Y . I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I I I r. ' I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I --t Il ll 1 A i I I I P I I I l I I I I II It le I F' it I I I ' CMSC " CMSC ' CMSC CMSC ' CMSC ' CMSC CMSC CMSC 103 94 94 74V2 69.9 74V2 84 62 33 Kirksville 42 Ottawa 41 Missouri Valley 58 V2 Washburn 29 Peru State tat Topekal 66.1 William Iewel 61 V2 Springfield 52 Maryville Outdoor Conference Meet Cat Cape Girardeaul ' Home meets In February of 1956 the Mule track team with Coach Comer substituting for Coach Yinger who is on a leave of absence, started preparing for the in- door conference meet at Missouri University. Hopes are high and the Mules confident that they can successfully defend their conference crown. :mfg is . al ill E A- f-- ',r, .,., , 1 ' , U ,N 1 ...Z , . '.'w-f- r . , .t . """""' " ..'.,"' f'j"1.f i.,'1-WH ' - , ,Www-2'-ar. ff ffifiwkflllle-z4ff1Gg2":,:frw 5-Jw' - '-'rlwqsfi-Lxi -vm 1. . , 7 ,, . ,. , ' ,, ' 4,,.,,, WWWMMM .,.'f. , ,V , ,, 7 WV V .. , M. ,,.,k,,,,f2,,W,,.,. NV V " ' 4 ' -' " I f " ' ', U5 x , r m . ' ' ,, f , . .. I,,, f:-'fi4,A2'wi,.zx.wNr1Li-Rf- , -at 11. Tlf their bett undefeat 36-3 indi ference r with Bro ture the c to the W prominen Dave Ch Vi ituting the in- Mules .gfigydekxqt J . . . wiitfgi. Jn., , 'A r, -if F " 71 563 ' ' ll fl 3 r If , wv3AL,,,Ti.+ ' , y V if-'J fr-- V D A -4- --- 1. If-"' A A WU,i,ZH . ,Vw :.', A xl ' lf ' I , , Will.. The Warrensburg net men, having one of their better seasons, swamped all competition to go undefeated in' 6 team matches and accumulate a 36-3 individual match record. In the Outdoor Con- ference meet Norman Brooks won the singles trophy, with Brooks and lack Huffman teaming up to cap- ture the doubles cup with the team award also going to the Warrensburg netters. Three other men added prominently to the team's successful year. They were Dave Christensen, Max Ridings and Ed Stark. Victims of Warrensburg's undefeated season: "l. Ottawa '2. Missouri Valley 3. Wentworth '4. William Iewell '5. Springfield 6. Maryville 7. Outdoor Conference ' Home matches 'T. 155 Intramural Football Team Winners ww iff, SWQ , 5, 'L 1, it i Volleyball, Lihona, Dick Self: Swimming, Sig Tau, Gene Plowman: Swimming, Hoods, Ed Peterson: Football, Hoods, Ron Patterson: Basketball, Wizards, Ierry Iones. 156 Supervised by the Physical Education depart- ment, a very active and vigorous intramural pro- gram was carried on throughout the year. Large numbers of students not participating in inter-col- legiate sports found these intramurals a place to display and use their talents and enjoy the merits of competitive sports. Points were awarded to various teams in each sport in order of their finishing and the overall champion for the year will be named at Honors Convocation in the Spring. Basketball Row 1-D. David, I. Iones, C. Schuette, R. Snowden. Row 2-L. Lyle, L. Shireman. W. Schmidt, R. Meyers. I. .L 4 I 4 t divi PI4 sions Foot Voll- Basl Bow Swir Trac Softl Badl iucation depart- intramural pro- le year. . Large ing in inter-col- rals a place to joy the merits of arded to various finishing and fhe ll be named at te, R. Snowden. midt, H. Meyers. ,K .3 me-H. ,, -,, Programs were carried out in these divisions: Football Volleyball ' Basketball Bowling Swimming ' Track Softball Badminton I Boys Boys and Girls Boys and Girls Girls Boys and Girls Boys Boys and Girls Boys and Girls xf y .. 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' ' v J" 1 - ,.. 11 111 H" ' N -gm Q- ,V , , '1 l 11 . - --M.--5:4 1' Y ' ' - f . ' E. 1 ,-K . ," ' . 1 K kt-l 1:11 , , I , rf? .' . .IW 11- rg.-I 1 1' .' . X- - A 111 '11 1:1 1 1 . ' .. 'N X 11 " -. , X 1 1' 1 11 1 1 . - 1 v 1 A- P X-A 3 N H N s 1 X 1 p V - - ., lf- --1'-A 11- .' Q1 3-- J-L, .LJ 1 ,ing-.a,,1 1 1-1 Ju.-..--.. v-.-,qt ,. V, I -N, - ,,., 0 In the busy cycle of college life we must not forget ccnother element of our life, living with our God. Speakers for Emphasis WI Reverend M. Miss Louise 1 Reverend All Dr. Roy A. C1 f ,ai s 'Q -f lil!! K Religious Emphasis Week No school year at CMSC would be com- plete without the observance of Religious Em- phasis Week which is under the able direction of Helen Gilbert, director of social activities at CMSC and an equally able and willing group of students, who assist in the planning and car- rying out of the many activities held during this week. Some of the activities included in this year's program were panal discussions, per- sonal consultations, morning devotionals over KOKO, coffee forums, visits to various class- rooms, convocations and an all school recrea- tion night. Speakers on the campus tor the oc- casion were: Dr. Roy A. Cheville, Director of Religious Activities at Graceland College, Miss Louise Hatch, Assistant director of the National Town and Country Church Institute at Roan- ridge, Pcrrkville, Mo., The Reverend 'M. F. Mc- Auliffe, Diocesan Director at the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine and The Reverend Allen Hackett, present minister of the Pilgrim Congre- gation Church of St. Louis, who was also a speaker here last year. Students turned out in large numbers to hear the various speakers making this years' Religious Emphasis Week one of the most successful ol all time. Students participating in noon day vesper services during Religious Empha- sis Week. Student Christian Association C Ti drives Region ed th night Vice-P Marth BACK J Peek, A M. Baili They fostered religious activities on campus through denominational groups. SCA sponsored Heligious Emphasis Week, noon day devotions, and attended the district meeting for this organiza- tion. Pres., Bill Hammond: Vice Pres.,. Don Chronister: Sec., Elizabeth Baile: Reporter, Don Barnes. STANDING: T. Mann, H. Gilbertl Kg. Fletcher, E. Klein, G. Nowak, C. Houx, S. Lininger, L. Behrens, F. Frisch, B. Hammond. D.. Chronister. C. Keseman, L. Fleming, E. Rutherford, L. Nahm, H. Reynolds, D. Barnes, G. Skillman. SEATED: L. Smith, D. Mace,'C. Mobley, L. Borchers, M. Baile. D. Peek, E. Baile, E. Spain, B.,Stallinq, C. Twente, C. Kerr, C. Steele, R. Harvey, T. Giltner, M. Brown, T. Coleman, B. Schonglelmeyer. i The such sp strong, Hatch, q W. W. Canad per an iicers Pres., Lucille BACK L. Smith Chase, D. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN This church group has held paper drives, a Chili Supper, attended their Regional Youth Conference, cmd studi- ed their' church doctrine at Sunday night meetings. Pres. Delores Peek: Vice-Pres., Wallace Brown, Treas., Martha Baile. BACK ROW: E. Bales, S. Green, W. Brown, D, Peek, A. Brown. FIRST ROW: K. Nance, E. Bales, M. Baile, E. Baile, E. Burnett. A. Fleming. CANTERBURY CLUB The Canterbury club sponsored such speakers as: Rev. Gilbert M. Arm- strong, retired missionarvg Miss Louise Hatch, guest speaker for REW: and Mrs. W. W. Nickles, summer missionary in Canada. They also held a Chili Sup- per and panel discussions. Their ot- Iicers were: Pres., Daryl Dodson: Vice- Pres., Dwight Gillespie: Sec.-Treas., Lucille Smith. BACK ROW: F. Freeman, D. Gillespe, B. Bartell. L. Smith, K. Fletcher, M. Coke. FIRST ROW: G. Chase, C. Etling, C. Houx, C. Ritter, R. Harvey, D. Dodson, Rev. Pickett. METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT MSM held a Thanksgiving Banquet, went caroling at Christmas, had a Spring Retreat at the Lake of the Oz- arks, and participated in the state Methodist Student program. This year's officers were: Pres., Don Barnes: Vice- Pres., Maurine Hoffman: Sec., Emily Klein. A BACK ROW: D. Barnes, W. Stephens. F. Craw- ford. FOURTH ROW: R. Ripley. L. Goodall, S. Loeven. L. Garner, B. Byrne. G. Lowe. THIRD ROW: P. McCandless, E. Klein, M. Lawson. M. Hoffman, B. Stallings, B. Murphy. SECOND ROW: B. Hammond, M. Prewitt, Y. Leach, A. Leach, H. Thomson. FIRST ROW: Mrs. DeLaney. I. Stafford, E. Stallings, C. Wilkey, C. Surface. C. Huckieldt. I . 1 Q 3. I li I 5 ' , I I 1 . I I 5 . 6 , I , I I ,. l A H l I 1 l ' L , E X 37. ...J Q . 5 . 1 . p , y . 163 T k., 'is UNION II I ,I If II?- I IIII :I I . . M 4.-....,.....-... 4 F! . I j .Lt fr. IIE IQI MI 'II I I A I I I I ,I I If IIII IIII rut III ,I II, I VI . 7. II I I' I I I I,I I I .EI I It 'Il Ii I Iy- . I, Y. I III! I I' II52! .III I ' a III E9-I III III :III III III I I I .!II tzI I I Ili II" Il fi. 4 I DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP Among the activities of the Christ- ian group were a hayride at Halloween, Bridge Benefit, and Christmas caroling. This year's officers were: Pres., Celia Steele: Vice-Pres., Don Chronisterp Sec., Lucille Collettg Treas., Grace Barnard. BACK ROW: H. Reynolds, I. Chronister, I. Mark- ham, Rev. Woodward. SECOND ROW: P. Osvorne, S. Noble, D. Bodenhamer, K. Baie, A. Bartlett, C. Steele, W. Rickman, I. Nalle, L. Nahm, M. Iohn- son, L. Colette, D. Chronister, K. Renick, S. Lininger, E. Ozias, R. Barnard, M. Gray. FIRST ROW: C. Creason, O. Glispey, B. Bedell, L. Down- ing, G. Barnard. S. Allen. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP A Freshman fellowship party and noon day devotions were the most im- portant contributions of the Presby- terian group to college activities. Their officers for this year Were: Pres., Hugh Hocking: Vice-Pres., Bob Browning: Sec.-Treas., Carolyn Needles. BACK ROW: V. Iwerks, R. Buhler, C. Twente, Dr. Gray. FIRST ROW: D. Marshall, C. Kerr, C. Rinne, M.,Bu1lock, C. Needles, H. Hocking. X BAPTIST STUDENT BSU added to College life by sponsoring cz Fresh- man dinner, Christmas Banquet for Foreign Stu- dents, Spring retreat, Sen- ior breakfast and picnic, monthly social activities, and weekly vespers. They were led by their officers who were: Pres., Carol Mobley: Vice-Pres., Roger Stewart: Sec.-Treas., Char- lene Laudenberger. BACK ROW: E. Rutherford, Mrs. Hutcherson, C. Hutcherson, Rev. Waight, B. Mead. FIFTH ROW: D. Broderson, C. Burns, T. Myers, M. Lee, C. lung. FOURTH ROW: D. Gossiot, G. McClure, R. Hampton, F. Wear, V. Stefanie, I. Stayton. THIRD ROW: C. Bickett, D. Kitch- en, A. Lee, A. Hall, D. Engberg, M. Crawford, M. Chinn, C. Mann, F. Schooling. SECOND ROW: E. Myers, E. Volkart, C. Lauden- burger, I. Buck, I. Deal, L. Ros- brugh, S. Kirkpatrick, K. Dobson, E. Amber. FIRST ROW: I. Hartley, D. Grigsby, D. Campbell, M Burrus, G. Billings, C. Mobley, M. Smith. eg-:Ei .5 I.x . I The provided attendint year we Pres., T Miller: 'I BACK RO Vickery, L THIRD RO B. Ellithorl Phillips. S. Kemple, S Baltz. FIRS ly, D. Brut I I I , . I I 2 . . .,,,, -.,-,U l ! 'f',.'.' 5 'ii-fig The C lege life float, hold vice and the meml were: Pre pres., Le Achelpoh BACK ROW M. Krueger, Iagels. SEC G. Ornes, E K. Maurer. Frisch, E. Keseman, B STUDENT ION to college life .ng a Fresh- r, Christmas Foreign Stu- g retreat, Sen- at and picnic, :ial activities, vespers. They f their officers Pres., Carol :e-Pres., Roger 1.-Treas., Char- iberger. I. Rutherford, Mrs. Hutcherson, Rev. rd. FIFTH ROW: D. Burns, T. Myers, M. FOURTH ROW: D. Clure, R. Hampton. tefanic, I. Stayton. I. Bickett, D. Kitch- Hall, D. Engberg, YI. Chinn, C. Mann. SECOND ROW: E. ulkart, C. Lauden- k, I. Deal, L. Ros- I patrick, K. Dobson ST ROW: I. Hartley D. Campbell, M llings, C. Mobley, N LIAHONA FELLOWSHIP The Liahona RLDS student league provided a medium for college students attending this church. Officers for the year were: Pres., Bert Ellithorpeg Vice- Pres., Thomas Kempley Sec., Gloria Miller: Treas., Sue Standefer. BACK ROW: B. Bruch, E. Spain, G. Clark, B. Vickery, L. Iohnsen, G. Scofield, G. Carpenter. THIRD ROW: D. Ament, B. Stephens, G. Dixon, B. Ellithorpe, G. Miller, M. Noe, L. Schofeld, L. Phillips. SECOND ROW: D. Heath, I. Davis, T. Kemple, S. Stanclefer, M. Allen, R. Phillips, H. Baltz. FIRST ROW: I. Allen, K. Dempsey, F. Shee- ly, D. Bruch, T. Hughes. GAMMA DELTA The Gamma Deltans joined in col- lege life by entering a Homecoming float, holding a Pre-Christmas Song Ser- vice and giving a Spring Banquet for the members. Officers during the year were: Pres., Charles Kesemang Vice- pres., Le Ann Iaeger: Sec., Elizabeth Achelpohl: Treas., Roger Hink. BACK ROW: R. Kellerman, E. Kroenke, G. Maier, M. Krueger, E. Beck, M. Rohrbach, I. Folkerts, R. Iagels. SECOND ROW: L. H. Iagels, I, Sllldfeff G. Ornes, E. Kipp, K. Kruger, R. Falk, M. Gose, K. Maurer, Rev. Czamanske. FIRST ROW: F. Frisch, E. Achelpohl, R. Hink. L. Iaeger, C. Keseman, B. Walther. NEWMAN CLUB The Catholic Fellowship participat- ed in college life by sponsoring all school dances, a hayride, weekly Rosaries, and monthly Masses for the members. Officers this year were: Pres., Marilyn Brown: Vice-Pres., Thomas Giltnerp Sec.-Treas., Mary Louise Sullivan. BACK ROW: I. Gragiulo, K. Iohanboeke, V, Lor- son, T. Coleman, H. Oligschlaeger, T. Giltner. THIRD ROW: E. Schaffer, E. Kennedy, A. Thomas, Father Burke, I. Watson, M. Starr, C. Flynn. SECOND ROW: R. Kaiser, R. Schnellman, B. Drees, N. Smith, C. Ryan, D. Bryan, D. Bryan. FIRST ROW: M. Sullivan, M. Brown, D. McCann, R. Singleton, D. Cretzmeyer, I. Swenson. I 9 I I VI P I I I 1 'I Is 1- ,. I I? I I. I, P' I I , I I I Q. I IL I I I I I. I I I I I I I and I I I I if I, I I If II ,. I i, I I. I, I I. p. In f I-:- 'Q t 'Q at v in in , K ,, ,,. 91 74 9? .W ,H Mo- fi g W' Q58 ' bf sid, Il. ' 1 er A 4- SM 14, K .IL . -' Q? . .- ' fn, px, vvlf E i ,..,V Q ' f 'GFX 5 ' 'Kin 4 W .,, F, ' pw 1 y 4 Y , 4 , , , -fu .,. fj 4, W5 Qt A gvfg. QW, . AA '. V' yffff ., f g, ' ,, ,z ,,., , V V b a 5.511 J, , ,. . , L if A y , .,, A ,f m , X 4 x , Y X :f. 4 ww fff ,, , -45.4, fuer-fi llam- 4f'G , hub MA' wwf my .z 40 - ,. ff 5 1 'fb my ., gs MQS5 Nw . K? x 1 J 'Q 4 vt 5 ., Jw' ...QA z img, A Cappella Choir ....... ......------- 1 --------------- Association of Childhood Education .------- ----- Administration Building ...........----------------- Alpha Sigma Alpha ....,...... Alpha Phi Delta .............. Alpha Phi Omega .......... Alpha 'Phi Sigma ................ American Royal Queen ....... Band ............,......................... Baptist Student Union ...... Basketball ........................ Beta Alpha .................... Board of Regents ......... Booster Club .................... Canterbury Club ..........,........ CMSC Agriculture Club ................ ....... Cheerleaders .................................................... ..... Christmas Activities .......................... Q ....................... Church of the Brethren Youth Fellowship Colhecon ...................................................t.................. Collegiate 4-H Club ...... ....... ........ Commerce Club ............. Cosmopolitan Club ........ Crescendo Club ........... Dale Carnegie ......... Deans ......................... Dedication Page ............................ Delta Sigma Epsilon ....,.,...,...,,,,,..,,. Diemer Hall Advisory Board ........ Diemer Day ......,,,.,,....,.,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, Disciples Student Fellowship ....... Doclcery .......,........,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,. Dolphins ..............,. ..,.,,., Dorm living ..........,.,, Dramatics ..............,.,...i Executive Council ....... Faculty ........,.,.....,...,, ,.,,,,, Fall Snapshots ,,....,,,,,,,,,, P ,..,,,,,, Football ..,........,.......,,.,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,. Future Teachers of America ...... Gamma Delta ,,,,,,,,,,,.....,,,,.,,,,,,,, Graduation ....,.,.,,,,,,.,,..,.,,,,.,,,, Graduates ....... Hamburger .,,.,,........,,,,, Homecoming ....,,,.,,.,,..,,,., Industrial Arts Club ........ Intellectual snapshots ........... Inter-Fraternity Council ...i..... International Relations Club . Intramural Sports ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,. Kappa Delta P1 ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kappa Mu Epsilon ......... Kappa Omicron Phi, ...... . Kappa Sigma Kappa ........ Liahona Fellowship ........ M Club ....,.,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,, 168 Index 101 Mer-1's Counselors .............................. ...... 141 Methodist Student Movement ............ ...... 94 Modern Foregin Language Club ........ ...... 108 Newman Club .................................... ------ 140 Old Elm ......................................... 138 Orchesis ........................................... 138 Orchesis Christmas Program ....... 70 Orchestra ......................................... 101 Osborne Hall Advisory Board ........ ...... 164 Outing Club ................................... . 149 Pan-Hellenic Council ..,.... 134 PEM Club ....................... 8 Phi Sigma Epsilon ........ Phi Sigma Pi ....................... 139 163 Physical Educators Club ....,. 139 ' ' P1 Kappa Delta ............... 99 Pi Kappa Sigma ......... 73 Pi Omega Pi ................... 163 Popular Girl and Boy .......... 135 President's Message .............. 140 Religious Emphasis Week ......... 127 Rhetor Ball .....,.............,.......,..... 136 The Rhetor Queen ................ 136 37 9 The Rhetor Staff ..,....... Science Club ................ Seniors ................,......,,.., 2 Senior Class Officers ........ 110 Sigma Sigma Sigma ......... 133 Sigma Tau Gamma ..... 6 ,Spring Snapshots ....... 164 Square Dance Club ...... 76 The Student ...........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 138 Student Assembly 80 91 Student Center Chair Student Center Committees ......... IDGI1 ......... 106 Student C-hristian Association ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,, 10 Student Court .......,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, - Tau Kappa Epsilon ....... Tennis Q ........,.........,.,.,., Theme Page ....,,,,.,,,.,,, 65 144 137 165 Theta Alpha Phi .,.... 166 15 87 Theta Sigma Upsilon ....... Todd Hall Council ..... ' Track ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, U Twirlers .,,,,,..,,,,,,.,, UMOC ..,.......,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., Underclassmen ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Underclassmen Officers ..... Westminster Fellowship Who s Who ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Women's Recreational Association 70 128 59 125 133 156 130 134 129 112 165 135 Yeater-Todd Glee Club ....... Lxthoqnphod E Bound by WALBUOEHI BROTHERS lueollnn, lo.. U. B. A. With your God ,.,,,.,..,,.,,,,,,,,.-.,,.,-.,,,',.,. 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