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

 - Class of 1957

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II ,II I.I .I .I .I I II.I-,I.l :XII II.II . III.I. . ... I. I . -. . , I I. I I , DECEMBER2oo4 X . '- ' - I I, ,' -I . I . II I "N, . ' ' Am' ufiffxi IWIAI . JF +L.- ' . ,-,...L.... v..--,,,I .0- -wo eu 23? H 1 A 'L H24 f ij A ' , i 2 l Y I 1 a 3 1 I i 1 E , g . 1 w 1 1 - 5 1 Y 4 I A. I ' . W I I I I 1 ! I , .r.n.. -- U ,-lbs-re, ' ' -Q ..1..l:,-::,-L:-- -fl-::..,4..m.,. iv" A versatile and commendable sponsor of THE STUDENT and RHETOR for a number of previ- ous years, Prof. Ben R. Craig has also brought Shakespearean drama to life for many students through his outstanding knowledge and dee i p ap- preciation of Shakespeare. Persons who have stud- ' d ' h ie wit Mr. Craig will always recall his interpre- tations of characters and poetic beauty. Complet- ing the thirty-second year in his career at CMSC, this congenial gentleman excels in still another uni- versally appealing function-bridge, which is one of his hobbies. With his gracious wife, Mrs. Craig, act- ting dean of women, this genteel couple has won the respect and admiration of all students. Resid- ing at their suburban home, Roseland, the Craig's residence is one of the most charming and pictur- esque in Warrensburg. The 1956-57 Rhetor staff sincerely dedicates this year's book to Mr. Craig. Dedica lion BEN R. CRAIG Associate Professor of English The Dockery Building The scene of basketball games and physical education activities in years past, the Dockery building now houses the music department, foreign langu- age and speech classes, and THE STU- DENT and RHETOR offices. From the campus can be heard young mu- sicians practicing many phases of mu- sic from violin to voice in the top floor practice rooms of this historic build- ing. The central building on the campus, the Administration building is the lo- cation for the general offices, academic classes, museum and archives rooms, faculty women's lounge, and Hend- ricks Hall. 2 The Ward Edwards Library - , W, .,.. MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY lllllHllIllIllIllIllllIIIH14HHllllllllllllllllllllll 3 0000 12577858 3 MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Genealogy 8- Local History Branch 317 W. Highway 24 Independence, M0 64050 G E The Administration Building In addition to five floors of book stacks, Ward Edwards Library con- tains a reference reading room with seating space for 250, seminar rooms, assembly rooms, textbook collection, college high school library, children's library and curriculum library. - -----..,,..,,v. -V-.- L- -. - ,, .- The Pauline Laura J. Y A home a' women, the 1 of Yeater H2 many "good: food service 1 Todd dinin lounges are l well as a kitc preparing sn: Erected in Civil War an- in 1926 to k the house wa care taken to and arcliiteci llllll BRARY lranch Q J of book ry con- m with 1 rooms, llection, iildren's .f..Anu-.-...-.... .., ,. , , V U ,,-,.,Q-tr L:-if -15.4 fr. W ' 't"' ' -f:e- ,'?"- - ,' .1 .,,-.,, ,.- , V I Renamed in honor of Miss Pauline A. Humphreys in 1954, the education building houses the kindergarten, ele- mentary, and high school departments The Pauline A. Humphreys Education Building with their classrooms, administrative offices, demonstration rooms and the offices of the instructional staff of the division of educational theory and practice. Housing 187 men in 66 different rooms, Diemer Hall provides CMSC men with such facilities as study lamps and study tables as well as a recrea- tion room, snack bar, hobby room, and a laundry. George W. Diemer Residence Hall The Presidents Home Laura J. Yeater Residence Hall A home away from home for 236 Women, the attractive front entrance of Yeater Hall has been the scene of many "goodnights." In addition to food service for every meal in Yeater- Todd dining room, two furnished lounges are located on each floor as Well as a kitchenette with facilities for preparing snacks. Erected immediately following the Civil War and purchased and enlarged in 1926 to be the President's Home, the house was renovized in 1951 with care taken to preserve its period charm and architectural characteristics. Congratulations are in order for all those who had a hand in the preparation of the 1957 RHETOR. The book which you have produced will be a permanent source of pleasant memories to all of us who have been a part of Central Missouri State College during the past year. At CMSC there are many opportunities for students to participate in extra-curricular activ- ities. 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MUCHMORE President of College Business Secretary , 6 ' ' 1- ---',,.,..,f---. -V-. Re ents H. F. FINKS, JR. ' Secretary MRS. J. HOWARD HART DOLORES MANSUR KITTERMAN , Assistant Secretary -4" A+---..--,-.-,... --A -. CHRIS SCHWENSEN Treasurer HON. HUBERT WHEELER Commissioner of Education -ns-V - -- US SCHWENSEN Treasurer JBERT WHEELER isioner of Education IRVIN L. PETERS Dean of Administration and Instruction BERNIECE CRAIG Acting Dean of VVomen DR. LOYD E. GRIMES Dean of Student Personnel Services l Faculty 5. .2-.-gy' gg-,yt,e,'-sz if 1-1.2.2435 , ' 11. .W ff . ' ag , M ' . -I wel I Kgs it 6--...f Q A if P: . .237 ' ' " A- . vig-2,2521-:Q V V -- 'ii J .-I-If .... .I ..-Q .,,, , I , uf .J-' H'-Drs, ,g ,iii J" 'tf13'37,SifQL'2'fE1- 1.m .i+.e1.: -. . - -232.5 L.,-sf 1 ' fazf ' '11,-ef ' Iain..-.1 I . MRS. ALPHA ALLWORTH Resident Director of Diemer Hall R. LESLIE ANDERS A.B., A.M., Ph.D.g Assistant Professor of Social Studies LAURA BAKER B.S., M.Ed.g Professor of Home Econom- ics HOWARD F. BALTZ B.S., M.S.g Associate Professor of Visual Education MRS. AVERYL BISHOP AE., A.M.g Associate Professor of Eng- lis ROWENA BOBBITT B.S. in Ed.g Instructor and Supervisor of the Teaching of English, College Labora- tory School DONALD BRAATZ A.B., M.M.: Assistant Professor of Music MRS. PEARL BRADSHAW B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed.: Instructor and Supervisor of Seventh and Eighth Grades, College Laboratory School EDITH BROOKS B.S. in Ed., M.M.g Associate Professor of the Teaching of Music, Supervisor of the Teaching of Music CLAUDE H. BROWN B.S., M.S., Ph.D.g Professor of Mathe- matics, Chairman, Division of Science and Mathematics . MRS. MARGARET S. BROWN B.S. in Ed.g Registrar DWIGHT BURKS Stock Room Clerk ELIZABETH CALLAWAY A.B., A.M.g Associate Professor of Latin and Spanish CARMIE CASADY B.S., A.M.g Associate Professor of Busi- ness MRS. DORA CERVIN A.B., A.M.g Resident Director of Todd Hall, Assistant Professor of Education MRS. STELLA CHRISTOPHER B.S.3 Assistant Librarian JAMES L. COMER A.B., B.S., M.S. in Ed.g Associate Profes- sor of Physical Education MARION L. CONWAY B.S. in Ed., A.M.g Associate Professor of English MRS. HAZEL COSSELL B.S., A.M.: Director of Women's Dormi- tories, Assistant Professor of Education BEN R. CRAIG B.S., A.M.g Associate Professor of English MAYME LOU CREACH Cashier BERTHE DANIEL B.S. in Ed., A.M.: Associate Professor of English MRS. MARGARET DAUGHERTY Manager and Assistant Director of Food Service JOEL J. DAUTEN B.S., A.B., M.S.B.A., Ph.D.: Assistant Professor of Economics ' -f--w.4w,r -,--... --E Y I MA B. M MR Se MR A MR R. KEI A. ar EDI B. EM1 B. Ti MA' B. H. MR: B. S1 Cc LEP AJ L. A A. Cl EAP B. Cl THC B. In FEE B. sis HEI B. P11 MRf A. IRL B. fes me ROE B. G1 ROE A. Cl er: NOE BJ Ar an CAE B. fee La ROE Bc LHR B. soi vis Rc RAI A. Cl' OSC B. REI A. Di MRE B. Te toi SAB B.. sor of Jnom- Visual Eng- sor of ibora- Music r and rades, sor of of the lathe- ne and Latin Busi- Todd O11 rofes- :or of ormi- ion iglish or of Food stant MARION B. DAVIES B.S. in Ed., M.M.: Associate Professor of Music MRS. HELEN DAY Secretary, Placement Office MRS. MARCIA DESI-ION Assistant Secretary, President's Office MRS. DORCAS DESCOMBES Receptionist and Clerk, Registrar's Office KEITH DOSS A.B., A.M.g Assistant Professor of Speech and Dramatics EDWIN ELLIS B.F.A., A.M., M.F.A.g Professor of Art EMMETT ELLIS B.S. in Ed., A.M., Ph.D.g Professor of the Teaching of Mathematics MARY E. ENGLE B.S. in Ed., M.S., Associate Professor of Home Economics, Dietitian MRS. DOROTHY ETTER B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., Instructor and Supervising Teacher of Second Grade, College Laboratory School LEROY FISHER v Assistant Business Secretary L. AVERY FLEMING A.B., A.M., Ph.D.g Professor of Sociology, Chairman, Division of Social Science EARL R. FOSTER B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., 'Professor of Chemistry THOMAS R. GAINES B.S. in Ed., A.M., Ed.D.g Professor of Industrial Arts FERN GIBSON B.S. in Ed., A.B. in Library Scienceg As- sistant Librarian HELEN GILBERT B.S. in Ed.. A.M., Associate Professor of Physical Education MRS. OPHELIA GILBERT A.B., B.S. in Ed., Assistant Librarian IRL A. GLADFELTER B.S. in Ed.. A.M., Ed.D.g Associate Pro- fessor of Education, Director of Place- ment and Alumni Relations ROBERT E. GOETZ B.S. in Ed., A.M., Associate Professor of Graphic Arts ROBERT J. GREEF A.B., A.M., Ph.D.g Professor of English, Chairman, Division of Language and Lit- erature NOEL B. GRINSTEAD B.S. in Ed., A.M.: Professor of Industrial Artsg Chairman, Division of Applied Arts and Science CARL G. HALDIMAN B.S. in Ed., A.M. in Ed., Associate Pro- fessor of Education, Principal of College Laboratory School ROBERTA HALLIER Bookkeeper, Business Office LEROY A. HARPER B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., Ed.D.g Profes- sor. of Physical Education, Chairman, Di- vision of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation RALPH E. HART A.B., M.Mus., Ph.D.g Professor of Music, Chairman, Division uf Music OSCAR HAWKSLEY B.S., M.S., Ph.D.g Professor of Biology REID HEMPHILL A.B., A.M., Ph.D.g Director of Graduate Division, Professor of Mathematics MRS. MARY JO HEWITT B.S. in Ed., Instructor and Supervising Teacher of First Grade, College Labora- tory School SAM P. HEWITT B.S., lVI.Ed., Ph.D.g Professor of Botany RAY HOLLAND B.S. in Ed., M.S.g Associate Professor of Physics MRS. NELLE B. HOOVER Secretary, Division of Public Service BERTHA A. HOPKINS B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed.g Instructor and Supervising Teacher of Sixth Grade, Col- lege Laboratory School EDITH M. HOWARD B.S. in Ed., A.M., Associate Professor of History MRS. FANITA MARIE HUFF B.S. in Ed.: Instructor and Supervising Teacher of Vocational Home Economics, College Laboratory School CURTIS HUTCHERSON B.D., Th.D.g Professor of Bible, Baptist Chair of Bible LOUIS H. JAGELS A.B.g Instructor in German MELBOURNE JENKINS B.S,g College Photographer H. CLAY JENT I B.S. in Mus., Ph.D.g Associate Professor of Education VETA M. JENT R.N., Nurse WILLIAM M. JOHNSON A.B., A.M.3 Professor of Language, Pub- licity Director JESSIE B. JUTTEN B.S. in Ed., A.M.g Professor of Physical Education, Chairman of Women's Phy- sical Education Department CHARLES E. KELLY B.S. in Ed., A.M., Assistant Professor of Mathematics EARL K. KETH B.S., A.M.g Associate Professor of Phy- sical Education MRS. FLORENCE KING Assistant Director of Osborne Hall MRS. DOLORES KITTERMAN Secretary to the President CHARLES KLINE B.S. in Ed., M.F.A.g Director of Men's Dormitories, Instructor in Speech WILLIAM F. KNOX B.S., A.M., Ed.D.g -Director of Public Service, Professor of Education MRS. BEUNA LANSFORD B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed.: Assistant Pro- fessor of Teaching Business and Com- merce, Supervisor of Teaching of Busi- ness and Commerce, College Laboratorv School. ' RAYMOND W. LANSFORD B.S. in Ed., B.S. in Commerce, M.S., ?d.D., Professor of Business Administra- ion MRS. MILDRED M. LASS B.S. in Ed., A.B., B.S., MS.: Associate Professor of Business MRS. CAROLE V. LEE B.S. in Ed.: Secretary to the Dean of Student Personnel Services MRS. LUCILLE LEIGH Receptionist and Clerk, Registrars Office GRACE LIVINGSTON B.S. in Ed., M.E.: Associate Professor of Home Economics, Supervisor of the Teaching of Home Economics E. F. LOW B.S. in Agriculture, Ed.M.: Associate Pro- fessor of Agriculture PERRY MCCANDLESS B.S., A.M., Ph.D.: Associate Professor of History JOHN D. MCCOY A.B., M.S.M.: Associate Professor of Mu- sic MADGE MCEACHARN A.M.: Assistant Professor of Eng- is ------........r ....-- Y , J . KEN B.S. i fessor ALPHA A.B., en's ' Teach FRAN 1 A.B., MRS. I R.N,g ROBER A.B., Educa JOHN II B.S. i Physiu MONIA A.B., fessor Editor R. CLA B.S. i fessor C. E. M' Busineu LAURA B.S. i Zoolog JOSEPI- Superi ELSIE ll A.B.g f of Ki School VIOLA l B.S., I tion CLAREI B.S. if fessor visor 1 Labora RAYBU B.M., of Mu: JAMES Superx MRS. Af B.S. ii Teache tory S1 M. KAT B.S.. .4 Elemel Elernei C. XV. Rf B.S.: l sical S AMMO? B.S.. E of Mus ELIZAB B.S. in ROBERI A.B., l MRS. E' B.S. ir femor 1 ELIZAB Ph.B.. of Hon CAROLE A.B.: 5 ALICE I B.S.. 2 nes A JOHN I. B.S.. 3 Educat MARIO! B.S.. 5 Educai Theory Professor of Service istructor and 1 Grade, Col- Professor of 'F Supervising a Economics, lible, Baptist I J., Associate nguage, Pub- of Physical amen's Phy- Professor of sor of Phy- Hall .N vr of Men's eech of Public an sistant Pro- and Com- lg of Busi- Laboratory erce, M.S., kdministra- 5 Associate e Dean of rar's Office rofessor of sor of the ociate Pro- rofessor of :or of Mu- r of Eng- J. KENNETH MARKWELL B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., Assistant Pro- fessor of Business Administration ALPHADINE MARTIN A.B., A.M.: Assistant Professor of Wom- en's Physical Education, Supervisor of Teaching of Woments Physical Education FRANK E. MARTIN A.B., A.M.g Assistant Professor of Physics MRS. ELLA R. MAYS R.N.g Nurse ROBERT MOORE A.B., A.M., Ph.D.g Assistant Professor of Education, Director of Testing Bureau JOHN PAUL MORRIS B.S. in Ed., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Physics MONIA COOK MORRIS A.B., B.S. in Ed., A.M., Assistant Pro- fessor of Social Studies, Research and Editorial Assistant R. CLARK MORTON B.S. in Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D.g Associate Pro- fessor Education C. E. MUCHMORE Business Secretary A.B. LAURA JULIA NAHM B.S. in Ed., A.M., Ph.D.g Professor of Zoology JOSEPH M. NOLTE, JR. Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds ELSIE F. NORMAN A.B., Instructor and Supervising Teacher gf hKindergarten, College Laboratory c oo VIOLA E. PARVIN B.S., M.S.g Assistant Professor of Educa- tion CLARENCE R. PEARCE B.S. in Agriculture, M.E.g Assistant Pro- fessor of Vocational Agriculture, Super- visor of Vocational Agriculture, College Laboratory School RAYBURN L. PIERCE B.M., M.M.g Acting Assistant Professor of Music JAMES POSTLETHWAITE Supervisor of Speech Correction MRS. ANNE HARVEY PREUSS B.S. in Ed., Instructor and Supervising Teacher of Fourth Grade, College Labora- tory School M. KATHLEEN RANSON B.S., A.M., Ed.D.g Associate Professor of Elementary Education, Supervisor of Elementary Education C. W. RICKMAN B.S., Instructor and Supervisor of Phy- sical Science, College Laboratory School AMMON D. ROBERSON B.S., B.M.Ecl., A.M., Associate Professor of Music ELIZABETH ROBERSON B.S. in Ed., Instructor in Piano ROBERT C. ROGAN A.B., M.F.A.g Assistant Professor of Art MRS. EVELYN RUNYON B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., Assistant Pro- fessor of Journalism ELIZABETH RUTHERFORD Ph.B., A.M., D.R.E.g Associate Professor of Home Economics CAROLYN JO RYAN A.B.: Assistant Librarian ALICE L. SADLER A B.S., M.S.: Assistant Professor of Busi- ness Administration JOHN L. SCHMIDT B.S., M.S., Ph.D.g Associate Professor of Education, Counselor-Trainer MARION S. SCHOTT ' B.S., A.M., Ed.D.g Director of Teacher Education, Professor of Educational Theory and Practice AA.-Q. .- A ,.. -Q ! T rl 1 I E 9 -1 sf MRS. THELMA SCOFIELD B.S.g Secretary, Audio-Visual Office MRS. JEANNE SCOTT B.S.g Secretary, College Laboratory School ELEANOR B. SHOCKEY B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed.g Associate Pro- fessor of Music MRS. LOUISE SIMS B.S. in Ed., A.M.g Associate Professor of Art, Supervisor of Art MRS. BESS SKINNER Food and Housing Secretary EMERSON SMITH B.S. in Agricultureg Itinerant Instructor of Agriculture MARGARET JOE SMITH A B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed.: Assistant Pro- fessor of Business Administration ROBERT E. SMITH B.S. in Ed., A.M., Associate Professor of Industrial Arts MRS. GLADYS STANTON Secretary, Business Office WILLIAM A. STANTON B.S., B.S. in Library Science, A.M., Li- brarian LUCAS STERNE B.S. in Business Administration, A.M., Ph.D.g Professor of Business MRS. VELMA TAYLOR B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., M.Ed., Ph.D.g Assistant Professor of English ARTHUR J. TER KEURST A.B., M.S.E., Ph.D., Professor of Psy- chology MRS. RUTH TER KEURST B.S.g Assistant Librarian CATHERINE F. TITUS A.B., A.M., Ph.D.g Assistant Professor of English THOMAS R. TRAHIN B.S., M.S., Instructor and Supervising Teacher of Fifth Grade, College Labora- tory School CAROLE WALTERS B.S. in Business Administration, Secre- tary to the Dean of Administration and Instruction LIN WELCH B.S., A.M.g Assistant Professor of Speech Correction and Director of Speech and Hearing Clinic JOHN G. WESTOVER A.B,, A.M., Ph.D.g Associate Professor of Social Science CONRAD WHITE B.S. in Ed., B.S. in Agriculture, A.M., Ed.D.g Professor of Agriculture CLARENCE M. WHITEMAN B.S. in Ed., A.M.3 Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education HARRY L. WILKEY B.S., A.M., Assistant Professor of Social Studies and Business Administration MRS. ELLA WILLIAMSON Accounts Receivable Clerk ROLLA F. WOOD B.S. in Ed., A.M.: Professor of Social Studies DOROTHY WOODY Assistant Bookkeeper, Business Office HAROLD L. YINGER B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Phy- slcal Education FLORENCE YOUNG B.S. in Ed., A.M.g Assistant Professor of Women's Physical Education HAROLD L. YOUNG B.S. in Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D.: Associate Pro- fessor of Education ---wa-fr W-.. -- Fully accred Accreditation North Central ary Schools, t study at CMS public schools and academic ers and admin EARL M. BROYVN PAUL VICTOR KOEI Most grac for the reg some may A summer sess petitive basi pected to re cational ser the recipieni ichool Pro- :or of uctor Pro- or of , L1- l.M., 1.D.g Psy- Jr of ising mora- acre- and leech and Ir of ..M., rr of Jcial :cial :hy- r of Pro- Fully accredited by the National Commission on Accreditation of Teacher Education and by the ' North Central Association of Colleges and Second- I ary Schools, the program of advanced professional 4 A G study at CMSC serves and improves the Missouri I public schools by providing additional professional A and academic training for present and future teach- ers and administration of those schools. DR. REID HEMPHILL SHELBY BRIGHTWELL Chairman, Graduate Division Zifvlfwa Q- X7' 'n I X ff I fffe f f 4 ,Q f f -,, I f f 123, f, I 1, 5 f X K wgaf V1 is A' .0 -3' 51.4, :Will , N , -7 m2 .-'cv I - , , . fm 4, , J- my-V: I t':'.m, f,4a,i'f" - , ' . QU fwig,f'v2. ',f,f7-fFL!,7'f'7, 9 2'1"-'VZQY T65 EARL M. BROWN HYEN JA CHUNG EUGENE J. COLE GERALD CLUP MARGARET CUNDIFF' RICHARD C. CUNDIFF JOHN KAMMEYER , wgig :g:f:.:- - ?X,'4,2g:4, . -3.-1:-fs: 'wkf-5.525-if ',-' 5 Q' ,.,- : ff' " '--. I PAUL VICTOR KOEHN ESTELLA F. L. LAU IRA JUSTIN NEED!-IAM CHARLES REAVIS ROWENA RODABOUGI-I ELIZABETH SCI-IOOLING PI-III. SLAUGHTER Most graduate assistantships are for the regular school year, but some may be allowed during the summer session. Awarded on a com- petitive basis, these awards are ex- pected to render some form of edu- cational service closely related to the recipient's major interests. figI:fL'1fi1e,511effsif,-:if ' Z3'f1'g'Q is L, -- .5 2 V , . ,...,:, j' . I 5 ..,.AA U I, i My ,A V Q Fe' I I I Y' K If V -w 1, , V 5 ' ,'ff5f,Pf?t2 , v 4-: , , K ' . ' ' ' EDXVARD BLAIS TOM EDMUNDS ROBERT GUNTER WAYNE MARTIN FLORA R0-IAS 5 ll .. wi ,W A . 1 xl ill lil l fa ll .ll C all l i. 4 Q, 1 l l l I I 4 l l W. N n 1 fi r 4. ll 'l fl lr ll th fl l ll l I I, l l l l ,. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION President ' ARTHUR ANTON Vice-President DON PLOEGER As the main functioning body of CMSC, the Executive Council is responsible for plans for Homecoming, Popular Girl, RHETOR Ball, SGA Election, Parent's and High School senior' Daysg and formulating the rules, selecting judges, planning publicity, and taking care of the numerous details evident to these and many other such affairs. A. Anton, president, Dean L. Grimes, sponsor, E. Kimball, convocation chairmang J. Brock- man, financial and budgetary chairmang B. Grace, publicity chairman, S. Harlan, human rela- tions chairman: C. Barlage, secretary, L. Edwards, citizenship chairman, H. Hocking, facili- ties chairman, H. Mullins, Student Center activity chairman, J. Rush, special activities chair- mang J. Gregory, inter-group relations chairman. STUDEi Representatives and class com' group. Problems ed and acted upo Dean Wellsg secr- Standing: B. Cu' M. Duffin, G. Ba er, P. Lovingel Wells, D. Lee, IN STUI The Student judge campus p year with the tra Seated: L. Grim R. Williamson, Baldwin. WOMEN 'S S ASE All women of WSGA which sei making rules reg promoting and 1 and education. 'I tea honoring Mr came affiliated xx tion for women sa ects to send deleg lNIichigan. Presic president. Doris l ner: treasurer. Ef Back Row: R. Moore. S. Harla: Third Row: G. Kirkpatrick. C. f Row: M. Grider Ring. B. Swopes. Culbertson. D. P. f, lans for, Senior of the Brock- in rela- , facili- i chair- C'1"""7' v ,L Y -, ii . . . ff -A STUDENT ASSEMBLY Representatives from each organization and class compose this student elected group. Problems of the campus are discuss- ed and acted upon in its sessions. President, Dean Wellsg secretary, Dee Lee. Standing: B. Cupito, K. Hayob, J. Waller, M. Duffin, G. Barnard, D. Tuepker, T. Bak- er, P. Lovinger. Seated: L. Grimes, D. Wells, D. Lee, N. Thomson, J. Oetting. STUDENT COURT The Student Court meets to hear and judge campus problems. It was active this year with the traffic problem. Seated: L. Grimes, V. Bell, E. Schaffer, L. R. Williamson, L. Edwards, B. Wear, J. Baldwin. WOMEN'S SELF GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION All women of CMSC are represented in WSGA which serves as an advisory body in making rules regarding these students, and promoting and encouraging social interest and education. They were co-sponsors of a tea honoring Mrs. Warren C. Lovinger, be- came affiliated with Intercollegiate Associa- tion for women students and promoted proj- ects to send delegates to national meeting in Michigan. President, Rosalee Buhlerg vice- president, Doris Haderg secretary, Lois Gar- nerg treasurer, Elizabeth Achelpohl. Back Row: R. Buhler, M. Hinnah, B. Moore, S. Harlan, A. B. Ritter, D. Hader. Third Row: G. Patterson, Z. Taylor, S. Kirkpatrick, C. Needels, G. Clark. Second Row: M. Grider, S. Meek, J. Gregory, D. Ring, B. Swopes. First Row: M. Booth, N. Culbertson, D. Peel, E. Achelpohl. ,ebb-ff - M4-,g,,.T.,, :eff--1 5 M... DIEMER HALL ADVISORY BOARD The governing body of Diemer Hall co- sponsored a Donkey Basketball game and the annual Wintergreen Ball. President, Jas- per Moles: vice-president, Bob Ridge, secre- tary-treasurer, Keyes Fletcher. Standing: Mr. Kline, H. Wastell, P. Hol- lansworth, D. Cordle, F. Gray, K. Dickson, R. Hink, C. Keseman, A. Phillips, J. Chron- ister. Seated: A. Allworth, B. Ridge, J Moles, K. Fletcher, T. Brown, J. Lammers YEATER HALL COUNCI L Yeater Hall Council represents the resi- dents of the dormitory as an administrative group. The events they sponsored were lx Open House, Hanging of the Greens, White Breakfast, birthday dinners, the annual for- mal .dance and Yeater-Todd convocation. President, Marilyn Grider: vice-president, Karen Pickering: secretary, Marlyn Smith, treasurer, Virginia Wilson. Standing: Richcreek, M. Dooley, B Short, E. Higashi, J. Keithley, A. Corn, H. Cossell, P. Tuttle, C. Needels, C. Eves, E. Hicks, J. Lindaman, K. Condit, V. Stone. Seated.: S. Harlan, V. Bell, M. S ' mlth, K. Pickering, M. Grider, V. Wilson, R. Walker, S. Lininger. OSBORNE' HALL ADVISORY BOARD The governing body of Osborne Hall co- sponsored a Donkey Basketball game and the annual Wintergreen Ball. President, Tom Oldhamg vice-president, Don Gibson, secretary-treasurer, Kurt Larsen. Standing: G. Daugherty, E. Spain, B. Ber- rier, V. Rock, J. Stroth, T. Oldham G Yinger, T. Scherer, D. Miner c cling-f Seated: K. Larsen, T. Baker, 'Kahler, D. Gibson, A. Pambechy, J. Vandiver. TODD HALL COUNCIL This council endeavors to give the resi- dents of the dormitory a voice in determin- ing the policies that govern them. Events held during the year included the Christmas dinner, Hanging of the Greens program, Yeater-Todd formal and weekend record dances. President, Shirley Henry: vice-presi- dent, Linda Land: secretary, Pat Allison: treasurer, Kay Moore. Standing: J. Counts, C. Creason, J. Jeffries. B. Walther. C. Twente. M. Krueger, P. Holloway, J. Goss, M. Chinn, E. Craft, H. Briceno, D. Cervin. Seated: N. Bashore, K. Moore. M. Anderson, P. Allison. S. Hen- ry, L. Land, R. Scritchfield, S. Jarvis, D. Seamans. , rar rl . . , ,, lf , U O ia- .',,' ": - -y nz' ' Q U' I O' one c': . If .' .1 . . 2. ' -:I L'..-...ig0,'1f24 g i'I'i ova' 1 U . ,a. 0' Q 1 'X nj' I . "3 its f'sf5E?s-' " '. . -.,, .J-'V iBORN E HALL .ALL . UTI u Q '.r'-t""'Wf r-.Q ' ' ' .: -,--,"- -' ' 0' . IISORY BOARD -' ' W --:ss-.g,X ' q .- b-.gg - - - ng body of Osborne Hall co- OS?"-'J Q 'L-' Je WU5"H-.lf-.. - Lili-,-, .- '-"3 ' ' a Q 9 0 Donkey Basketball game and . N ' ' J ' ' . . ingtergreen Ball. President, vice-president, Don Gibs ong urer, Kurt Larsen. 1--J U ' S Daugherty, E. Spain B , .Ber- J. Stroth, T. Oldham G. he-fer, D. Miner, C. Cline. rsen, T. Baker, M. Kahler, Pambechy, J. Vandiver. CALL COUNCIL ldeavors to give the resi- ltory a voice in determin- haf govern them. Events ar lncluded the Christmas of th e Greens program, lal. and weekend re d cor Shirley Henryg vice-presi- i secretary, Pat Allisong ore. s, C. Creason, J. Jeffries, W t en e, M. Krueger, P. M. Chinn, E. Craft, H. 1. Seated: N. Bashore, irson, P. Allison, S. Hen- :ritchfield, S. Jarvis, D. ' ,JO O L ,' .310 O , X, , ' 'ilk 4 4, -. 4.3 i 'N ,Cv QD c O 'jCf1l 'N-'C 0 os 'O GO O r , 1 4. lf, 45' . u ' '- t .4 ot' .' 3 " ' I 0 .-'o, , . 0 . 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BALES, PERRY C. , I Kansas City Accounting : II ndependent Students Organization, president: Student Christian Association, vice-president: Church of the Brethren Youth Fellowship, president: Honors Convocation, Danforth Scholarship Nom- ination. . , A Q no',.,t,,so .O 'Q' 5 0 's ur' 4 ALLEN, GLORIA EUGENE 1 Escatawpa, MISS. Physical Education Physical Education Majors Club: Alpha Phi Delta: Women's Recreation Associa- tion: Dolphins: Who's Whogt Llah0fl3 Fellowship. ALLEN, MELVA J. Independence Music Alpha Phi Delta: Liahona Fellowship: Student Wives Club. ARGO, GARY Kansas City Accounting Kappa Sigma Kappa: Commerce Club. BAILE, ELIZABETH MAE Warrensburg llfatlzematics Alpha Phi Sigma. secretary-treasurer: Alpha Phi Delta: 'Kappa Mu Epsilon. reporter, secretary-treasurer: Kappa Del- ta Pi, historian: Pi Omega Pi: Student Christian Association, secretary. presi- dent: Church of the Brethren Youth Fel- lowship: Future Teachers of America: Kappa Delta Pi Award freshman and junior years: Who's Who. BALDWIN, JOYCE Warrensburg Alcrclzandising and Retailing Delta Zeta: Commerce Club: Alpha Phi Delta: Student Center Committee: Fresh- man Counselor: Colhecon: VVomen's Self Government Association: Inter-organiza- tional Booster Club. BARLAGE, GERAINE Union Elementary Education Theta Sigma Upsilon, secretary: Alpha Phi Delta: Association for Childhood Education: Future Teachers of America: A Cappella Choir: Glee Club: Band. guns If .,1 fm ' BARNES. DOIN Q Social Studies Pi Kappa Delt 2 rlentf Varsity D l tory and Forens ' Speech Conferer l tor Contest: I l i president, vice-p gate to Studen l Seminar. Unite 1 City: Missouri i ment, vice-presi i Staff: Religious , mittee Chairman l Club, vice-presidl l Club, president. ma Pi: Future T of Recognition: Consultation for or Roll. BATTLES, MIC lllerchanrlising f, BEAL, HAZEL .Secretarial Sci Baptist Student BEISSENHERZ Elementary Ea Pi Kappa Sigma fete director: Ho pha Phi Delta: X sociation: Orches America, preside Chorus: Majorett Freshman Counf Secretary: Religi tee: VVho's VVho. BENTON. J ASC Business Admi Commerce Club: 12 t ' BIESEMEYER. l Agriculture Agriculture Club ? I I . . .1 .2--Qlvgiig. l ' ' U U . ' . U 5 O n 0 in 'Us l'JqgQ 9 ' CO 'gof O Us o'."." ling. -sou' -- v' s O C50 g 1 D 1 5 0 " rf' i ni . " I i ifl i ti .9 1 1's 1 i s I ia' N , :. '. ,'n.v N: . :.:'l'I n .o'v 9313! i l' g s: Q 1 V! d. ' 0 ' 1. ' :Wu uni. g.::,if I',:: bf' K . . Q . ' - - ' 4 x ,. , UGENE l Escatawpa. MISS- ajors Club: Alpha Recreation Associa- 0's Whog Liahona Independence iahona Fellowshipg Kansas City -1: Commerce Club. I MAE Warrensburg secretary-treasurer, appa Mu Epsilon, isurerg Kappa Del- lmega Pig Student , secretary, presi- rethren Youth Fel- :hers of Americag ard freshman and Vho. Warrensburg Qetailing Club: Alpha Phi Iommittee: Fresh- on: Women's Self ng Inter-organiza- Union 1 ing-.- . . BARNES, DONALD Sedalia Social Studies and Speech Pi Kappa Delta, president, vice-presi- dentf Varsity Debate Teamg Varsity Ora- tory and Forensicsg Delegate to National Speech Conference: Winner of Best Ora- tor Contest: Methodist Youth Group, president, vice-presidentg Missouri's Dele- gate to Student Christian Citizenship Seminar, United Nations, New York Cityg Missouri Methodist Student Move- ment, vice-presidentg THE STUDENT Staff: Religious Emphasis Week Com- mittee Chairmang International Relations Club, vice-president: Young Republicans Club, president, vice-president: Phi Sig- ma Pig Future Teachers of America: Hall of Recognitiong Who's Who: 'Citizens Consultation for UNESCO: Deans Hon- or Roll. BATTLES, MICHAEL Seclalia llferchanrlising and Retailing BEAL, HAZEL ROSIELLEN Leeton Secretarial Science Baptist Student Union: Commerce Club. BEISSENHERZ, BONNIE Concordia Elementary Education Pi Kappa Sigma, sergeant-at-arms, song fete directorg Homecoming Princessg Al- pha Phi Deltag Women's Recreation As- sociationg Orchesisg Future Teachers of America, presidentg A Cappella Choir: ghorusg Majoretteg Dormitory Assistant, reshman Counselor, Sophomore Class Secretary: Religious Emphasis Commit- tee: Who's Who. BENTON, JASON I n Kansas City Business Administration Commerce Clubg Veterans' Organization. BIESEMEYER, ALLAN W. , L J 'BIZ f . V, , i 1 fvf, f 'x 1 Q 4 Q af f V 0 ' ' , vf gig. , 0 my fn, 4' 454 , Q J , a f',,,f N X f Q, M Q 5 f Ma A fy e I if F 1 ,, J 9 gf f 1 ,Q .,... , . . , , gs!! K gf! , 'f , X K Q I K fi N 5 f 9 2 Z N. 91 f Y Q x X 1 1, M BARTLETT, JAMES TED Woodlawn, Va Social Studies Veterans' Organizationg International Re lations Club. BAXTER, ROBERT J. Accounting Phi Sigma Epsilon, Student Government Association. Smithton BEEBE, PATRICIA PRICE Warrensburg BELSHE, JOHN F. Marshall Biology Kappa Sigma Kappa, corresponding sec- retary, presidentg Interfraternity Coun- cil, presidentg Beta Beta Beta, president: Phi Sigma Pig Outing Club: Student Center Committee: Who's Who. BETTONI, RODOLFO San Jose, Costa Rica Business Adnzinistration Cosmopolitan Club, president, secretary: Newman Club: Modern Foreign Lanvu age Clubg Freshman Counselor. h BISCHOFF, HAZEL ELLIOTT A I I Corder B- I Higginsville secretaryg Alpha g7'lCUfflU'C 10 033' for Childhood Agriculture Clubg Alpha Kappa Lambda. Theta Sigma Upsilon: Alpha Phi Delta: E l25r10g3A115er1ca: Beta Beta Beta: Freshman Talent Show. U 1 an . V rev, ' 40,50 lC'.l.l.g",.,.s,c .oy , , . . . 9 , . , .5 -- '- .,,.. ,. b'Yh,, . yy ' . .,,- - ,,.., , ,,' 5. , g 5, - - . ,,. --- - .-1--'w5'..-ri 231'-M."r3-: tt-"f.-5.-f "fl:-"Q--.'w :'-in-:-u - - -2-" Ht if - - 9 O . -'-- fl H. n.: w..' BLACK, MARY LOU A - Orrick Elemcnlczry Education Delta Zeta: Future Teachers of America: Association for Childhood Education. BOLM, GLENN Warrenton Plivsical Education BOYD, ROBERT GENE Kansas City Biology . ' Science Club: Beta Beta Beta: Phi Sufi' ma Pit Band. BRATTON, HAROLD E. Grandview Physical Education Physical Educators Club: Square Dance Club: Future Teachers of America. BRICENO, HEBE San Jose, Costa Rica I Liff fi , f 1922 .Q ' ' 1'- f 2 4 M44 '- i t '44 Wim ,, vw, L 'Y -,ff 'f:a',iQf,:fs'e. 'V 2135, I, V 'I : 5 ' , , ' f i , . A ,4,, , ,,m .f , fx- ax ,gf .- BOENKER, JANE ' St. Louis English Future Teachers of America. BOONE, WILLIAM T. Junction City. Kans, Music BRATTON, CHARLES W. Grandview Business Arlminislrrilion Industrial Arts Club: Commerce Club. BRAY, KATHERYN Kingsville llomi' 1':f'0IIOlllI'l'S Colhecon, reporter: Future Teachers of America. BRIDGES, PATTY BYLER BROCKMAN, S English Delta Zetaj Alpli DENT Staff: H ture Teachers Freshman Couns BROWN, ALBE Agriculture an Agriculture Clu' Industrial Arts siloni 4-H Club, BUHLIG. VVILI. Accounting Commerce Club: BYRD. MARY l B usin ess E duct Alpha Phi Delta Democrats Club. Government Asst reation Associatii America: Stude Commerce Club: lowship. B "ll Foreign Language jlugif- Ooml 9 CAMPBELL- DI C0Sm0lJolitan Club: Modern Foreig - N- Bi sines- Language Club: Theta Sigma Ilpsiloiii Pl KUW1 blgma' V0t9i.ans'bOrqani Newmall Club: .Beta Alpha? Xvftmftnk Ba Jtist iStu:clen Recreation ASSOCIHHODZ Booster Club. Clgh P BROCK' MARY ELLEN Q l BROCKMAN. JAY C. I ava 1 . - Elvnirvilcn-y Edzzctilion mm 1 A,.,.m,,1,mg Tubcumbla ix Y Veterans' Organization. president: Alpha L HAMBERL-All Phi Omega: Commerce Club: THE STU- I I 5 , I 4 N Staff: Student Government Asso- muihm ' H5 C'l?tilOl1A Executive Council. treasurer: lllfhlslfml ANS C Proxy Club. 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Warrensburg Agriculture and Industrial Arts Agriculture Club, treasurer, president: Industrial Arts Club: Tau Kappa Ep- silon: 4-H Club, treasurer. BUHLIG, WILLIAM L. Sedalia Accounting L Commerce Club: Veterans' Organization. BYRD, MARY FRANCES Clinton Business Education Alpha Phi Delta: Pi Omega Pi: Young Democrats Club, secretary: Womens Sell' Government Association: VVomen,s Rec- reation Association: Future Teachers of America: Student Center Committee: Commerce Club: Disciples Student Fel- lowship. - CAMPBELL, DUANE Union Business Veterans' Organization: Commerce Club: Baptist Student Union: Photography Club. CHAMBERLAIN, LYLE W. Versailles Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club: Physical Educators Club. I.. ,U o','rl k'. a,o U g , I., .xanax "0 1 O -pxi' g s BROOKS, NORMAN D. Junction City. Kans. Physical Education Phi Sigma Epsilon: "M" Club: Physical Educators Club: Interfraternity Council: Freshman Counselor: Sophomore Class President: THE STUDENT Staff: Hall of Recognition: Who's Who: Dean's Hon- or Roll: Diemer Hall Advisory Board: Journalism Key: Football: Baseball: MIAA Championship Tennis Team, four years: J. V. Dynan Oustanding Athlete Trophy, two years. BROWN, DONALD FLOYD Warrensburg BURTON, DONALD GENE Lincoln CAMPBELL, CAROLYN A Rich Hill Music Crescendo Club: Band: Orchestra: Chorus. CHUNG, KEA SUNG ' Pusan, Korea Business Cosmopolitan Club: Commerce Club: Baptist Student Union. . CHARPENEL, MAURICIO Independence Art AFuture Teachers of America. 'fAlJcxo?',r" E. 11 'I i 4 l 1 il ,1 1 l l 1 1 l W, l 1 1 l 1 tl li i, l it lf 51 i tl 1 li I, ,1 l 1 l I I 1 1 ,1 I I 1 i i 1 CHRANISTER, DON ANDES Blue Springs Business Administration Commerce Club: Student Christian Asso- ciation, vice-president: Disciples Student Fellowship, state president. CLARK, GRACE ARLENE Independence Social Studies ' Cosmopolitan Club, secretary, parliamen- tarian: Alpha Phi Sigma, president, sec- retary: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi, president: International Relations Club, president, secretary: Young Demo- crats Club, corresponding secretary, vice- president: Who's Who: Liahona Fel- lowship: Citizens' Consultation for UNESCO: Student Community Drive, chairman: Honor Roll: Future Teachers of America, president: Women's Self Government Association: Freshman Counselor: Prexy Club. CLIFFORD, JACK WARREN Merriam, Kans. COLBERN, JACK I Warrensburg Physical Education "MY Club: Veterans' Organization: Foot- ball: Physical Educators Club. COOPER, HELEN JOYCE Q 1 Eldon Elementary Education ' Sigma Sigma Sigma: Future Teachers of America: Association for Childhood Edu- , cation. COTTER, MAURICE London, E l l Eliglisli ng am its Q , ' 1 1 X? X5 ,I 'Wi X ff M , lit l 11 'E-i3:f'i'24"f,f ! X 11 Q eif 13 fp 1: .- - W, f -,f.-fag , 1 , 3115121 ' -f-ffift liz-1 ' A- 331 11,1'sc -iv, ,ff,l, VZ,f fl ,gr 111 '1 , a, 11111 f.: V115 4 ' Q, , 11 1 .... ff ....,1 1,-.41 .,,. -. 'f ' - .nz- gf: "' ? Z2i5ii'::f5:I 1 -:-':411:11g1 45", .j'.',::1 53212 w Q j ggzrf , , iffim, 1 11 151 111121 111,,1,1,g ,1 ', 1 VZ 11 1 it i 1 I 11:13 1 ,1 111 :!'1':vz,: 1 1, 'UIQ' ,1ff 1i 5 12-' ,- -1-' 1" '. 1' .fJ.'.1" ,W:,.,,g:fggf.g..1. ..,. 5111 ,13 1 O CHURCH, GARY f U Lee's Summit Kappa Sigma Kappa. CLARK, ROBERT Huntingdon, Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club: Veterans' Organi- zation. COIT, SUE Windsor Alpha Sigma Alpha: Alpha Phi Delta: Future Teachers of America: Physical Education Majors Club: Women's Rec- reation Association: Freshman Counselor. CONDIT. KATHRYN E. ' Lamoni, Iowa Ell'II1l'IIllII'-X' Education Liahona Fellowship: Assistant Head Resident of Yeater Hall. CORNELL. SANDRA REYNOLDS Kansas City Plzywicul Education I-lall of Recognition: Sigma Sigma Sig. Ina: Panhcllenic Council, president: Phv- sical Education Majors Club: Orche-gig, COURTNEY, JAMES R. VVarrenshurg .llcrclianflisiug and Rciailing Veterans' Organization: Commerce Club s COVVHERD, 3 Alpha Kappa president: C Dance Club Modern Forei Honor Roll: I selor: Freshmz Advisory Boa. Movement. Plzysics and 0 5 l 'VI CRABTREE, T Business Educ Alpha Sigma Al tor, secretary, d vention: Studen tion: Women's S tion, president, il vention: Home Class Secretary: didate: Student vocation Comm selor: Student 1 Executive Counc' man: Hall of R ernment Honor XVeek Committee, ture Teachers of CREWS, WALT Geography Veterans' Organi national Relatioi ers of America: 5 CROSS. MARIL Home Econom, Delta Zeta, alui lenic Council: B1 Delta: Kappa C president: Orche lor: Student Cc standing Freshma Future Teachers DARLING, FRA Physical Educc Tau Kappa Epsi DAVID. DONNF Physical Educc Physical Educate Lee's Summit Huntingdon, Pa. COWHERD, LLOYD NORMAN Carrollton Physics and Illathematics Alpha Kappa Lambda, founder and vice- president, Cosmopolitan Club, Square Dance Clube 4-I-I Club, Science Club, Modern Foreign Language Club, Dean's Honor Roll: Men's Residence Halls Coun- selor, Freshman Counselor, Diemer Hall Advisory Board, Methodist Student Movement. CRABTREE, TERESA Excelsior Springs : COX, KEITH Art Phi Sigma Epsilon, Beta Alpha, presi- dent, Blackouts, co-director: Art Editor of the RHETOR. VVarrensburg CRAIG, LEONARD L. , . , Business Education Business Administration Sedalia Veterans Orgam' Alpha Sigma Alpha, membership direc- tor, secretary, delegate to national con- vention, Student Government Associa- tion, Women's Self Government Associa- tion, president, delegate to national con- vention, Homecoming Queen, Senior Class Secretary, RHETOR Queen Can- didate, Student Center Committee, Con- vocation Committee, Freshman Coun- selor, Student Government Association Executive Council, human relations chair- man, Hall of Recognition, Student Gov- ernment Honor Key: Religious Emphasis Week Committee, Commerce Club, Fu- ture Teachers of America. Windsor A i , Alpha Phi Delta? CREWS, WALTER W. CROSBY AILEEN M Xmerica, Rhyslcal Kansas City ' ' Kansas City 1bLW0m5n S Fiec- Geography Elementary Education as man Ounse Or' Veterans' Organization, treasurer, Inter- national Relations Club, Future Teach- ers of America: Young Republicans Club. l CROSS, MARILYN CURTIS, MILDRED LOUISE H E s Warrensburg Ph . lEd t Hickman Mills E, Ome COHOMZCS yszca ucatzon Lamoni, Iowa Delta Zeta, alumni secretary, Panhel- Physical Education Majors Club. n lenic Council, Booster Club, Alpha Phi Assistant Head Delta, Kappa Omicron Phi, Colhecon, 'll president: Orchesis, Freshman Counse- lor, Student Center Committee, Out- standing Freshman in Home Economics, Future Teachers of America. 1 DARLING, FRANCIS E. DAUGHERTY, GERALD H. , REYIIgglIgiSCitV h , l Manhattan, Kans. Mathematics and Physics ' P yslcal Educfmon Assistant College Photographer, Resi- ,. S. S. Tall Kappa EDS1l0H- dence Halls Counselor, Freshman Coun- 'fgma Agni? Pig' selor: Kappa Mu Epsilon, secretary, Sig- N' age? 93 'h Y' ma Zeta: Beta Sigma Chi, president, Vet- 3 U ' ff 9515- erans' Organization, Future Teachers of America: RHETOR Staff, l R DAVID, DONNY F th DAVIS, JUNE FAYE I depe dehce ' , orsy , n U rptailygrrensburh Physical Education C Iiome Economlc-9 K O . Ph. Ph ' A o econ, treasurer, appa micron ll C0mm6l'C6 Clllh- yslcal Educators Club Liahona Fellowship: Future Teachers of America. Q G , ' ' o 0' ., 1.53: 9. ...iq "FI: '..P.g'.'.OQ'5 'C 5 1.0! ,G 5 0 . , K. ....-.'.,,.s' , . . 4 " , U: 'Q' 4 ' il 'L.s.', t a 0 . .:"'n-stag : : ein 1.":'. . 1 .3.2 ',. Jon: Q , azz : :: :g:vl' is ..:.'. -': x1.:s.:' ' us.. a::. 5: as f.','o . - - -' - ' DAY, CARL B. I ' Boonville Business Administration Commerce Club: Veterans' Organization. DENNEY, CAROLYN , Deepwater Art Hall of Recognition: Dolphins, president: Beta Alpha, president, vice-president: Kappa Delta Pi, secretary: Alpha Phi Delta: THE STUDENT Staff: RHETOR Staff: Orchesis: Women's Recreation As- sociation: Women's Self Government As- sociation, alternate representative: Re- ligious Emphasas Week Committee: Fu- ture Teachers of America: North Hall Council: Prexy Club. DICK, HENRY JOHN Sedalia Retailing and Merchandising Phi Sigma Epsilon: Newman Club: Com- merce Club. DIEZ, FLOR DE MARIA San Jose, Costa Rica Economics EATON, PAUL MCVEY Clinton DEMPSEY, KATHLEEN Council Bluffs, Iowa DENT, SHIRLEY MAE Odessa Alpha Phi Sigma: Alpha Phi Delta: Theta Alpha Phi, secretary: Young Dem- ocrats Club: Future Teachers of America: Square Dance Club, secretary: Freshman Counselor: RHETOR Staff: CMSC Play- ers, "The Importance of Being Ernest," t'Sleeping Beauty," "Candida," "Sabrina Fair," "I Remember Mama." DICKSON, KENNETH D. Warrensburg Social Science Tau Kappa Epsilon, president, national rush chairman: Who's Who: Prexy Club: Halls Counselor: Phi Sigma Pi: Inter- fraternity Council: Future Teachers of America: Diemer Advisory Board: Fresh- man Counselor: Hall of Recognition. DOWNEY, LARRY W. Adrian Business Education Kappa Sigma Kappa, recording secre- tary, house manager, publicity secretary: Pi Omega Pi: Freshman Counselor: Com- merce Club. EDWARDS, PHYLLIS A. Excelsior Springs Business Education Student Center Committee: VVomen's Self ETHRIDGE, Alpha Phi De Cappella Choir FAGG, RAY G Physical Edu- Physical Educa Club. FALK, RUTH FAUST, VVILL FORD, MIKE Industrial Ari Industrial Arts 1 Government Association, alternate repre- America. sentative: Future Teachers of America: Commerce Club. EDWARDS, WILLIAM THOM6QISaH0n ENDICOTT, MEL FOSTER. KEN l1?aU.I?Pl1?F3giilfE1l'1S VQGESHS' 0Fg2I1iZ2- Chemistry Carrollton Agriculture 63EhSeli2,lEI-HEuS9filEJDEEl1?,If,' Sliggfihglslrf gigma Zeit? Esi, vice-president.: Physical 4-H Club: Agric dent Government Association: Dormitorv Nfience- Au presldentl Sclenfie Club: gounselor: Osborne Hall Advisory Board: defimgiltufs f?.r:3glfgrSC:3.nfAi' Vlcfeprisl' - mericaz - Ommerce Club' dustrial Arts Club. H 1 . . .":Tf:.":L1'.!'K:'l ' " :.X.',:t:':n".".q'. "" .u.o'.s.r' ' 5 - T -W 4' ' L 1 ., ...vi "5.l. gs 8 O I.: ,' 9 'U 0 " p, :AV 5 'n'a',1.:' ' Q' n.'CQ 'bd-'.KL" .Q Q "'Q ', 1 , J. a I:.n',n'1. o.:.',',':'." .cu's- Lu:-.'.','.s.: i. :. ' - - - ,,,- - 1.jL-,f.,:.f , -e ,P up g M g Hn.:-i ':-"Iii- lr 'Ink s ' '-Hmm 3 i Economics LEEN louncil Bluffs, Iowa VIAE Odessa Alpha Phi Delta, retary, Young Dem- 'eachers of America, secretary, Freshman L Staff: CMSC Play- e of Being Ernest," Candida," "Sabrina Mama." ETH D. Warrensburg president, national s Who, Prexy Club, ii Sigma Pi, Inter- Future Teachers of risory Board: Fresh- . of Recognition. W. Adrian V a, recording secre- publicity secretary, an Counselor, Com- .IS A. Excelsior Springs iittee: Women's Self on, alternate repre- achers of America: Carrollton president, Physical ent: Science Club, Science, vice-presi- 's of America, In- . 5 A 0 Q q '10, 0' ' nl n . .-'5f':'L"I. 'I' 4' ETHRIDGE, ELLA MAY Fristoe Alpha Phi Delta, Crescendo Club, A Cappella Choir, Orchestra. AY G. FAGG, R Sibley Physical Education Physical Educators Club, Industrial Arts Club. FALK, RUTH b Kansas City, Kansi FAUST, WILLIAM WAYNE Kansas City FORD, MIKE Holden Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club, Future Teachers of America. FOSTER, KENNETH WAYNE Warrensburg Agriculture 4-H Club, Agriculture Club, Outing Club. EZELL, CHARLENE Sedalia Elementary Education Who's Who, Hall of Recognition, RHETOR Staff, business manager, As- sociation for Childhood Education, presi- dent, Sigma Sigma Sigma, secretary: Student Center Committee: Future Teachers of America: Women's Recrea- tion Association: Methodist Student Movement, Yeater-Todd Glee Club. FAJEN, JAY D. lllusic Band, Choir, Chorus, Republicans Club. FALL, RALPH E. Accounting Cole Camp Orchestra, Young Sedalia Commerce Club, Veterans' Organization. FLETCHER, M. KEYES Kansas City Alpha Phi Omega, historian, treasurer, Diemer Hall Advisory Board, secretary, treasurer, Student Center Committee, Student Center Awards, Hall of Recogni- tion, World University Service Chairman, Citizens, Consultation for UNESCO, Community Ambassador Committee, Cos- mopolitan Club, Missouri Bond Commit- tee, vice-chairman, International Rela- tions Club, vice-president, Theta Alpha Phi 'tOscar", Religious Emphasis Week Committee Chairman, Canterbury Club, treasurer, Freshman Orientation, co- chairman, Student Christian Association, THE RHETOR Staff, sports editor. FOSTER, CARROLL W. Deepwater Elementary Education FRANCE, SHIRLEY Warrensburg Physical Education Future Teachers of America: Physical Education Majors Club. U Q O ..',r'as .... , .FQ 'v'. ' . . - ' 1 , . n 0 ' "in: 5.5.0.-lsfst' :.'es :svn sv.: " 'a...'..Us ' sf.: D-I..-' .s'. '::'o':"':l .':'f."b'pO: '. , I 5 5 is A . .. Q, to nb., 0' . -9 . I ,., 0 Q., 1 9, 'gg 10, , g . . -. ,af 'J 'L 9 'ig .Iv O 'W 'L ' A I' ,- 5' . . 7 . 5' 4. ' - . - ' , . EDERICKS, MARILYN LEE FR Ephrata, Wash. Elementary Education X Dolphins. A , LL E. GARNER, IOWE Weatherby Business Commerce Club, Sigma Tau Gamma, Methodist Student Movement. GIBSON, MARIAN LAWLER Blackwater Elementary Education GILTNER, THOMAS A. Cleveland, Ohio Accounting Newman Club, president, vice-president, Young Republicans Club, treasurer, 'Phi Sigma Pi, secretary, treasurer, Alpha Phi Sigma, vice-president, Student Chris- tian Association, Religious Emphasis Week Committee. GRACE, BILL Concordia Music and Geography Phi Sigma Epsilon, president, Crescendo Club, president, Interfraternity Council, secretary: Student Government Associa- tion Publicity Chairman, ,Phi Sigma Pi: Hall of Recognition, Choir, Band, Col- lege Quartet, Freshman Counselors, Re- ligious Emphasis Week Committee Chair- jman. X GRAINGER, JIM Centerview Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club, Square Dance Club: Outing Club. "sn 5 s , 5 ,' at D 5 Q 5 on q 1 5. v:' 'K I : 'i':2'q'.v"""o'l ' 'v' nip' 'ln 0a n 0 v Q . 1 . v o' 9 O' 0 ' Q "U ' ' 'A " 'd V ' ' " 5' ' ' r 1 01, egg ,s I s 1 a t4 FRISCH, FRANK I Lincoln General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon, Young Republicans Club, vice-president, Commerce Club, Student Christian Association, Interna- tional Relations Club, Chorus, Religious Emphasis Week Committee. GIBSON, DON S. Independence General Business Commerce Club, Osborne Hall Advisory Board, vice-president, Osborne Hall Wingman, Industrial Arts Club, Science Club, Freshman Counselor, Tau Kappa Epsilon. GILLILAN, CHARLES R. Higginsville Biology Sigma Tau Gamma, Beta Beta Beta, Future Teachers of America. GOSS, JUDY Kansas City Elementary Education Association for Childhood Education, Ilguture Teachers of America, Alpha Phi e ta. GRAHAM, CURTIS . Butler Business Administration Commerce Club, Club, Tennis. GREEN, JERRY GLENN Kansas City Dramatics Future Teachers of America, president, delegate to state convention, Student Cen- ter Committee: CMSC Players, "Death of a Salesman," "Candida," "Curious Savage," "Sabrina Fair." 0 0 GRIMES, PAU Business Adm Tau Kappa Eps tion. GROOVER, PA' Elementary E GUDDE, BESSH Elementary Ei HAGGARD, RO. lllusic Phi Sigma Epsil America, Crescer HALL, JAMES General Busine Veterans' Organi HAMMOND, XV Social Science International Re UNESCO. presif for the United l Chicago Regior Chairman of the dor Project, Cc president: Mod4 Club: Pi Kappa dent: V arsity Del tory and Forens of CMSC: Stude: vice-president. p phasis VVeek Co sistant Director CMSC: Nlisouri dent: National X Federation Chai Methodist Studs chairman: Young gram chairman: l Editor: Student Honor Key: Hal Yvho: Alpha K member: De-an's 1 l J f Q: 1 ss., 1 on. 'b-, ' u ," 0, ",'.'.o v : ,, 'Z "".'., '..."v.'., ,Ov , "',::c', ' "lx ,' zz' ,' v1:w.-S' .v s 9, 1 s '2'gf , ..'. ' " ,u' o 1.-.pl v,.v Q '.,,' r..u,,. . 'ol "is, 9 ,... :Q g'.,., ne ,"'.' 0 r.. . 4 f 0 . '10 . ' ' . . A ' L- ' - ,.. . . 'll ' ,' "'. ' si' Lincoln 'oung Republicans Commerce Clubg ociationg Interna- Chorusg Religious ittee. Independence 'ne Hall Advisory Osborne Hall rrts Clubg Science selor, Tau Kappa SR. Higginsville Beta Beta Betag ierica. Kansas City 7, hood Education: lericag Alpha Phi Butler on Ulubg Tennis. NN Kansas City ierica, president, ong Student Cen- Players, "Death ididaf' "Curious GRIMES, PAUL M. U . 1 U Hardin Business Administration ,Tau Kappa Epsilong Veterans' Organiza- tion. GROOVER, PAT VIOLA Arlington Elementary Education GUDDE, BESSELEA Centerview Elementary Education HAGGARD, ROBERT D. Windsor Music Phi Sigma Epsilon, Future Teachers of Americag Crescendo Club. HALL, JAMES L. Kansas City General Business Veterans' Organizationg Commerce Club. HAMMOND, WILLIAM E. Sedalia Social Science and French International Relations Club, presidentg UNESCO, president, Collegiate Council for the United Nations, delegate to the Chicago Regional Meeting, Student Chairman of the Community Ambassa- dor Projectg Cosmopolitan Club, vice- presidentg Modern Foreign Language Clubg Pi Kappa Delta, secretary, presi- dentg Varsity Debate Teamg Varsity Ora- tory and Forensicsg Outstanding Orator of CMSCQ Student Christian Association, vice-president, presidentg Religious Em- phasis Week Committee Chairmang As- sistant Director of Religious Affairs for CMSCQ Missouri District YMCA, presi- dentg National World Student Christian Federation Chairman for the YMCAQ Methodist Student Movement, program chairman, Young Republicans Club, pro- gram chairmang Phi Sigma Pig RHETOR Editorg Student Government Association Honor Keyg Hall of Recognitiong Who's Who: Alpha Kappa Lambda, charter member, Dean's Honor Rollg Prexy Club. GRISWOLD, NEIL L. I d Biology n ependence GRUBE, DONNA JEAN Kansas City Speech Alpha Phi Deltag Pi Kappa Deltag Fu- ture Teachers of Americag Crescendo Clubg International Relations Club, Young Republicans Clubg Religious Em- phasis Week Committee. HADER, DORIS ELAINE Higginsville Elementary Education Alpha Phi Deltag Future Teachers of Americag Association for Childhood Edu- cation, Women's Self Government Asso- ciation, vice-president: Dean's Honor Roll. HALL, DONNA MARIE Clinton Elementary Education A Cappella Choirg Bandg Orchestrag Al- pha Phi Deltag Delta Zeta, presidentg Todd Hall Councilg "Stars on Paradeug Who's Whog Yeater-Todd Glee Club, Future Teachers of America: THE STU- DENT Staffg Women's Self Government Association. HA LSE Y, BARBARA ELLEN , Polo Alpha Phi Delta. HANCOCK, LOLA ARLI NE V Kingsville HARLAN, WILLIAM S. ' Independence Phi Sigma Epsilon. HAUBEIN, THEODORE Nevada Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Clubg Kappa Sigma Kap- pa. HAYS, JOHN R. U Sedalia Elementary Education HEIMER, DOROTHY CRETZMEYER Lexington Business Administration Who's Whog Sigma Sigma Sigmag Alpha Phi Delta, presidentg Pi Omega Pig Kap- pa Delta Pig Women's Self Government Association, treasurerg Student Govern- ment Associationg Commerce Club: New- man Clubg Hall of Recognitiong Honors Convocation. HERIFORD, DONALD D. Kansas City HESS, JOSEPH Archie B.S. Education Alpha Phi Omegag Baptist Student Un- iong Beta Beta Beta. we-'fibff-" wwf fffm. .,.,:,-:N .. ' fftff lj 5 f 4 1- ,fs ' fi ' '. 12 2 . f f Q. y if 5,1-I ,. . f Ziff'i-iT'Zg-Ziff?55L.?i'??5if5f35Ei'17.':Ti73P5"Til5'?Tsf3fT51525,75 -A " 'k'i'i .. I - ' il Tflgliu 1, A ' i ' ' , -. I .. Q Q - I Q. . -z :a-'f-X-'vfiifwf :fi "'Zf.-I4WJ:i:i ' "R:-ESi3'I53?:- 1"": tt,ffff,::i:.'..-V . - wi-:fi-Q-1 . N,Z':EI-'F:f:'1."z:'1 2 L53 Q fb t. V ' Nix fi ' 1 ,Q ' sa,-ww .t - -N " nba' 'N 'E-'sa v ' ' 'E s.vc"- N 0- . .. 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Kansas City Business Administration HENRY, SHIRLEY ANN Parkville Elementary Education President of Todd Hall: Outing Club, vice-president, secretaryg Delta Zeta, president, vice-presidentg Who's Who: Hall of Recognitiong Student Counselor: Religious Emphasis Week Committee: Student Center Committeeg Student As- sistant to Director of Recreationg Yeater Hall Councilg Yeater-Todd Glee Club: Future Teachers of America: Association for Childhood Education: Women's Self Government Association: Panhellenic Councilg Women's Recreation Associa- tion. HERLING, RICHARD K. Kansas City B.S. Educationg Geography Phi Sigma Epsilon, historian: Inter- HOBBS, DONA Education Sigma Tau Gamil Arts Clubg Futu HOOVER, HEL Education Kappa Delta Pi! cendo Club: Yea' tion RLDS Stui Independent Stu HOUGH, DENIN Chemistry Kappa Mu Epsil dent: Sigma Zeta Industrial Arts C er Club. HUFFMAN, VVr Business Admi HUTCHEN. CH Social Studies Tau Kappa Epsi dormitory Council: Osborne Hall Ad- fg visory Boardg Freshman Counselorg Fu- ture Teachers of America: Veterans' Or- ganization. it "Q G if X IX . xii? K. gms: io Wigs 'wg f N Rfk wx . t .. h ,. Q Q -- NK E dh X 1 X Q05 X X xi as N N i 'X if r A CT I X if JOHNSON, EDN HITCHCOCK, DONNA KAY K C't i Delta Zeta ansas I 3 Q s o 0 Q' I 5 , A I 5 ln'p.,.:l,: I 4 '.",'v '.l'.'ob 'B 5,551 'i :,: 0 v'. ' ',a , a , a,o.l.C. Q I' ,," 'l'r' "'. s , s U. ,' ,5 .sg Q s s , 'ft '- . 5 .pc 5 I 0' 1 ' f 0 I "'u'. S 0 'N ua ' 0 ""oLw-' 1's'o " 1 'P' 'n 5' O ' 'ev " 1' 'Q 'ui 0' ' P alas 1' '0'r' '. o"n 9 in an ' 1"'r , 1 f 1-x .Q g 0 so 4 , u I ..o I I ,-of ,.s .t, O M ,..'. , , . S, -.0 .A . . ' u. V I 1 Al A 0 u I ' s l A nv u ,050 .L .0 , , l 6 ' cw .Y x N ' ,.,':"ts' .' I - - -- ,. .. . . ....-.... . , , ,, , , ,Q W in M N - ' x I A 1 K . Kansas City nternational Rela- l Compass Club. 'H Slater Football, Baseball, Iunior Class Vice- ity Council, Stu- iation, representa- P. Kansas City ion .N N Parkville n ill, Outing Club, ary, Delta Zeta, nt, Who's Who, tudent Counselor, Veek Committee, ttee, Student As- Lecreation, Yeater Fodd Glee Club, erica, Association mn, Women's Self ion, Panhellenic creation Associa- D K. Kansas City raphy historian, Inter- sborne Hall Ad- n Counselor, Fu- .ca, Veterans' Or- A KAY Kansas City 1 Q E1A...,. - HOBBS, DONALD D. Brimson Education Sigma Tau Gamma, secretary, Industrial Arts Club, Future Teachers of America. HOOVER, HELEN B. Kansas City Education Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Cres- cendo Club, Yeater Counselor, Organiza- tion RLDS Student League, secretary, Independent Student Organization. HOUGH, DENNIS L. ' Holden Chemistry Kappa Mu Epsilon, president, vice-presi- dent, Sigma Zeta, Physical Science Club, Indeistrgial Arts Club, Who's Who, Boost- er lu . HUFFMAN, WADE W. ' . . Versailles Business Administration - HUTCHEN, CHARLES F. Hannibal Social Studies Tau Kappa Epsilon JOHNSON, EDWIN L. Kansas City if ff 4 77fZ'f"1"3"'3f? 1 f f 4 : X I ' . ,,,, , 'il' 7 fyczf gy if Of I f f 1 f 1 f 4772 z . zz it pw fnffkf ., .V . JM, ,f ,..,. Ywffze -f If ' WV7 7 'V ' 13 ' if .,V,, 5 - . f mf " Ufwffgf ' , f., f f f ff f f 'ff . 7 ,lf f 4 .4 1 4 . 0 .- 'xg 2 f 9 4yZf 4 M 43 1 yi QQ ' ' 1-:s d 5 -:gn , , at - fi ,.,M.,,,.W ,,.. ,.-, , .,,,.,,,...-,-H W-W ...., t.,-0 wt-,-f,g:.gg-Igfg1..v:.z,-,.g..:f V A-"feral wi:v.9'.s12fg2,.wif 'I' is-15 I5 1 f ff f A X , , W , ,, Y ,, J , ,,.., . . on 2 ,L ' Z 6,294 ff' 4 4553 ef My 4 at if 4 'QQ 0 sl A , Q 1 v 1 '4 44, I f X I i gy , i UI 1 n 5 R l ...nn ..s.,. ..,, i,:, 5 'A ..lx. .5 . A .oi 1 .',l 'q',r '.0 .,',vf',Q1ug', .4 , "nsN. -'N' ' C, 's 5.00. I 0' Q I W it n . x vs.. K. . . -Q., '. 9 .n . no - ' -' ' 1 v ' ' 5 " P , ,, I . I h , ng Q 'I ? vbfw an A . . .... HODGE, JAMES L. V. Education Ienna HOOVER, RAY A. Independence Education Industrial Arts Club, Future Teachers of America. HOUGH, SAPPINGTON LEA ANN Holden Elementary Education Alpha Sigma Alpha, Association for Childhood Education, Future Teachers of America. HUNT, ROBERT LEROY Windsor Physical Education Sigma Tau Gamma, Physical Educators Club, historian, Dean's Honor Roll, Fu: ture Teachers of America. JARVIS, SUE Kansas City Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta, Future Teachers of America, Associated Childhood Education, Resident Assistant in Women's Dormitories, Todd Hall Council. JOHNSON, MARTHA Warrensburg Pi Kappa Sigma, corresponding editor, THE STUDENT, associate editor, RHETOR, layout editor, Alpha Phi, Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, UNESCO Citi- zens Consultation, REW publicity chair- man, Panhellenic, vice-president. ' A . ls on 'O P ul ' JOHNSON, ROBERT L. J Warrensburg 1 1 l l 5 l gf JOHNSTON, WILLIAM I. Montrose il 'l li 'I ,l. ll 'x i ll f? JONES, BERNICE WARD El ' Lee's Summit Elementary Education ll W wi ll ll l ill ' I JORDAN, CHARLES DEAN U B' I Urich I 1 io ogy 'I Q! vw Wi lL ,H gi l KATEMAN, DORIS CHANEY 5 Wichita, Kans. Art l Delta Zetag Beta Alphag Alpha Phi Delta: I Panhellenic Council: Student Govern- , ment Association, secretaryg Todd Hall l Council: Delta Zeta Rhetor Candidate, f 1955. l N fl Y. E KENNEDY, EDWARD EARL 2 Stover 4 1 v 'i'l " "1 f . tl' -. fi 'lf "ff .-'.' F' 5... 4 e,..k,, f- F, f . . ,f IW ,,, f , W 477 i if X , 9 5 f 1 2 , ff! Q7 f , 24,1 M- , 1 f f ' z , J , A W J X494 W I get 1 ,Q 1 ,l J 11 0 Q , 4 ' 15, 4 9 'fig fix l 1 ff E 2 v Af x 2 .. JOHNSTON, FERGUS LAWRENCE Kansas City Business Administration Commerce Club, presidentg Veterans' Or- ganization, vice-presidentg Young Demo- crats' Club. JONES, ARDYTH Lowry City Biology Alpha Phi Deltag Women's Recreational Associationg Science Clubg Future Teach- ers of Americag Intramurals. J ONES, LEWIS Belle KAMPSCHMIDT, CATHERN L. Lexington KEMPLE, THOMAS E. Oak Grove KETTINGER, PATSY Salem KIEHL, CAR KLUTER, BEV Physical Educ Physical Educah ins: Women's Future Teacher:- KOIKE, MAZIII Pi Kappa Sigma Phi Delta: Hall Honor Rollg RH1 DENTQ Intern: Future Teacher Club: Cosmopoliw ent Showg Relig: KRUGER. KAT LEACH. YVON Alathematics Kappa Delta P vice-president: S Dha Phi Sigma Delta: lXIethod vice-president: 4 retary: Future XVorld Universitj nhasis XVeek. LEIGH. ELBEF I Sigmg 'Igau gamma: Agfhg Phi Omega, Business Education PTGSI 9119 ewman u g Crescendo Al h S' Al V . l Club: Band: Orchestra: Chorus: Student Plii 13e1t2igI1,giaOmeIiI1laPi-tlsgiilgiigcellgailhg 1 Government Associationg Future Teach- Future Teachers bf America' Intramul l ers of America: Music Education Na- rals. ' 3 tional Conference. ilr:P:,'.O.b ,','.0g"5'-:1::l!'g'-JnInit, Unoflub-,--6 . ,,.,J . 5 . , . . .,n , ' D . ' K ' 5 O '. ' ' l vvllosvif 'Q 'a 5 0 ' 4 'lv' ' "v-' 5'- ,' 54.5 .5 nv 1 ,IO ,d , 05000 Q. 4' n gg A 5 Q 1,. ..Q , , " qs. 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KRUGER, KATHRYN Nelson LEACH, YVONNE GRACE Cooper Hill Mathematics Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon, vice-president: Sigma Zeta, secretary: Al- pha Phi Sigma, secretary: Alpha Phi Delta: Methodist Student Movement, vice-president: 4-H Club, president, sec- retary: Future Teachers of America, World University Service: Religious Em- phasis Week. LEIGH, ELBERT H. Warrensburg ,Q 00 KIPP, ELSIE LORRAINE Vocational Home Economics Colhecon: Kappa Omicron Phi, presi- dent: Gamma Delta, secretary: Todd Hall Council: Future Teachers of America. KLUTTZ, ROBERT L. Business Administration Kappa Sigma Kappa: Alumni secretary: safety editor of THE STUDENT: co- editor of Echo and Kool Mule Humor Magazine. KREMER, NICH J. . Beloit, Wis. M athematzcs LAMMERS, JOE ' Bartlesville, Okla. Business Administration Alpha Phi Omega, recording secretaryg Tau Kappa Epsilon, pledge-master: In- terfraternity Council, vice-president: Diemer Hall Advisory Board: Freshman Counselor: Student Center Committee: Student Government Association, alter- nate representative: Head Steward. LEE, DELORES Kansas City Mathematics , Delta Zeta: Student Government Asso- ciation, assembly secretary: Women's Counselor Organization: RHETOR Staff: Orchesis: Dolphins: Future Teachers of America: Religious Emphasis Week. LEWIS, ROZANNE Jefferson City Drama Sigma Sigma Sigma: Theta Alpha Phi, secretary, vice-president: Future Teach- ers of Americag Yeater Glee Club: CMSC Players, "Harvey," "Playhoy of the VVest- ern Worldfl "Romeo and Juliet," "Im- portance of Being Earnest," "Sleeping Beauty," "Aladdin," "Death of a Sales- man," "Sabrina Fair," "Rama and the Tigers," "The Hungerersf' s C.. 5 Clinton Stover No. , g s . , ' 's 's' , "1 " ' ' 'f' '."' ' ','5'ds-,5 . - r 0 ' Us . v ' no'4 b-'en' ,' ' .s.'ov'v's0' sfo 0. , sn' .v.r's. lg 0 , . :-11. .'u'l.-l. 151.20 :u.xEs0.l .uf o.J'. ::.' .L'. ': ra"'s'Ya't1' . :' f1":.':.' 'i' 'UI '. "0 t". ..in "'. I .:" 0. 0 ' 8 ' 3 hs g 1 fC , I . I.- - . sb, - .- -- . .' 4 -' '- A - . ' -A K.. -. -' -' . r w r l 1 1 , E l l 4 l l 1 X LOFLAND, FRANCES Kansas City Education LOVAN, FORREST D. Willow Springs Biology Track Team. LYLE, ROBERT R. Laramie, Wyo. MCFARLAND, ROBERT K. Clinton Education ' "M" Clubg Physical Educators' Clubg Fcinotballg Basketball: THE STUDENT e itor. McKINZIE, DALE K. ' Chilhowee Physical Education Sigma Tau Gamma Housemanagerg In- dustrial Arts Clubg Physical Educators' Clubg Future Teachers of Americag Track. of MCMILLIN, JOYCE , Macon Physical Education Womens Recreation Associationg Alpha Slgma Alpha: Physical Education Ma- Jors Club: Dolphins: Orchesisg Future Teachers of Americag Alpha Pi Delta: Student Center Activity Chairman. O 9 9 5 'T 0 5 LOGSDON, JOHN , East St. Louis LUNT, JAMES MARTIN Lone Jack Business Administration MCFARLAND, JOHN ' Osborne, Kans. Economics McKAIN, HAL L. 1 d d Physical Education n epen ence MCLAUGHLIN, LEROY Osceola Veteransl Organization: Future Teachers of America: Industrial Arts Club, vice- president. MAHL, RODNEY RHODES P General Business aclflc Commerce Club: Alpha Phi Omega. A 9 on " ff.. v I 'K s 5. , 5. MAIER, GERAL I Business Adminzf Pi Omega Pi, sec toriang Gamma D taryg Commerce C1 Women's Self Gow reporterg Religious mittee Chairman: ' urerg Future Teach Whog Hall of Rec MAURER, KARLI Elementary Edun Todd Hall Counci porterg Future Teal sociation for Child MEANS, VVILLIA Business Admini Pi Omega Pi: Coi Teachers of Ameri Club. MILLER, JAMES International Rel Teachers of Amer: Club. IVIONEYMAKEI Art Cheerleaderzh Bet: ers of America: I MULLINS. HAR illerchandising Kappa Sigma I treasurer: Studen tion Executive C Chairman: Hall Honor Roll: Comm er: Freshman C01 Awardt Freshmar Club: Popular Bi o:' 'O ' v ' -g .x',"v"v". 'sg 1'a.", UO" L. gg. ., l o we r n 4 D5 's U' Q ' 1 u 0 9 F ' s 5 a u ft dl' ' 'yi 'fn ' 0 is v'!.o , :sl .s. " ,.s'.1.,'.,"G' .uo."'u 0, nfooz.. ',',0,'u'.a O. ono ,Q ,J Q. ,C ,, I' .5 . . .' , g".,. . lu ,K ' 5: .5 . . A ,. , q 5 o s n Q o Q u o I l 0 1 I 1 fl I 1 X ,. N- I- I. ' Q ,cof. Q. nf o,,,4 S 1..,'a, on . ..., co. .c.,,.,g, 0... x ."'.. o '.' ' " ' . . . , ". 'R l "l5sv"s'-at-P-s.v' . -. , - - J, - , ' ' u "-' Q- ' . ..'u4l' -'- ,, K ,,,., H 1 V, " b..nhA all' 'Ja OJ J nf'-vg 0- East St. Louis RTIN . Lone Jack ation NI Osborne, Kans. Independence JY Osceola 3 Future Teachers Arts Club, vice- ODES Pacific Phi Omega. o 0 o 'Y s .5 .0 .5 O . ,.l 0 . ' ll -' f- . . '1 .v, 0 A 1 ' ' 9 In MAIER, GERALDINE RUTH California Business Administration Pi Omega Pi, secretary-treasurer, his- toriang Gamma Delta, president, secre- taryg Commerce Clubg Alpha Phi Deltag Women's Self Government Association, reporterg Religious Emphasis Week Com- mittee Chairmang Kappa Delta Pi, treas- urerg Future Teachers of Americag Who's Whog Hall of Recognition. MAURER, KARLEEN Parkville Elementary Education Todd Hall Councilg Gamma Delta, re- porterg Future Teachers of Americag As- sociation for Childhood Education. MEANS, WILLIAM J. Kansas City Business Administration Pi Omega Pig Commerce Clubg Future Teachers of Americag Young Democrats Club. MILLER, JAMES R. Warrensburg International Relations Clubg Future Teachers of Americag Young Democrats Club. MONEYMAKER, LYLE B. Independence Art Cheerleaderg Beta Alphag Future Teach- ers of Americag Liahona Fellowship. MULLINS, HARRY L. Kansas City Merchandising and Retailing Kappa Sigma Kappa, vice-president, treasurerg Student Government Associa- tion Executive Councilg Student Center Chairmang Hall of Recognitiong Dean's Honor Rollg Commerce Clubg Cheerlead- erg Freshman Counselorg Student Center Awardt Freshman Talent Showg Booster Clubg Popular Boy Candidate. D 0-ao,'.o va' v' riygt 5.3 -. l i , , "-ififfrfl Z2 cv V ' ' -if-:..:'t"f . " ' etfrfggi ,M-f, .- Q .Q-31?Z5Q'gI' ,gi - "I:- . 2 1-5.-:ii 5. ' gy:-. -' - ii MARCKS, LOUANN ' Buckner Elementary Education Future Teachers of America: Freshman Counselorg Association for Childhood Education: Yeater Hall Council. MAXWELL, ROBERT L. Windsor Illusic Crescendo Club: F u t u re Teachers of America. MERRITT, ROBERT M. Kansas City Accounting Phi Sigma Epsilon, recording secretary, corresponding secretary. MOLES, RICHARD JASPER Lee's Summit Chemistry Tau Kappa Epsilon, vice-president: Sci- ence Clubg Industrial Arts Clubs: Veter- ans' Organizations: Diemer Advisory Boardg President, Diemer Hall. MOORE, HUBERT ' Fairmount English Tau Kappa Epsilon MYERS, HAROLD - Moberly Baptist Student Union, president. 5 0 A ' , o U -1 " Q o o s JJIA-- -L '1. ','q.',0 ' .0n',' s qv 5 ' lo L.: ' : .zL'l z :'- :sn vi "'LI.0. ' ,n no '. ' gb . t .Ll . 4 5.1.0. 'Q' sanyo. 'o'v'u' ro' :.0a's u' , 1 5 ' g .0 a , , U Q 'Q ' -1 an NEVILLE, PEGGY JOYCE Sedalia Elementary Education Future Teachers of America: Women's Self Government Association: A Cappella Choir: Chorus: Sigma Sigma Sigma: As- sociation for Childhood Education: Boost- er Club: Hall of Recognition: Freshman Counselor: Yeater-Todd Glee Club. NIEMEIER, RAY D. Higginsville Art Phi Sigma Epsilon: Blackouts, co-direc- tor: Beta Alpha: Who's Who: RHETOR Staff: Student Center Committee: Diem- er Hall Advisory Board, secretary: Band: Freshman' Counselor: Student Govern- ment Association Award. NORRIS, RICHARD H. Eagle, Nebr. Social Studies , Phi Sigma Pi: Pi Omega Pi: Future 'gfealchers of America: Young Democrats u . O'NEAL, CORAELLEN h Creighton Home Econom ics OZIAS, ELEANOR EDITH Chemistry Centerview Band: Science Club, president: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Zeta, charter president: Physical Science Or- ganization, vice-president: Disciple Stu- dent Fellowship, vice-president: Future Teachers of America: De-an's Honor Roll: Hall of Recognition: Todd Hall Council. .li PALERMO, JOE ' Kansas City ltlercliandising and Retailing Commerce Club: Square Dance Club: Newman Club: Freshman Counselor: Diemer Hall Council and Advisory Board: Independent Students, Organiza- tion. Y 9,9 N ,, .,.,:V,7, ,, f, 415 - ' 2...-f-,f.. 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Kansas City Merchfirzdising and Retailing Alpha Phi Omega: Varsity Track: Con- cert and Marching Bands: Commerce Club: Freshman Counselor: Student Cen- ter Committees: Osborne Hall Advisory Board. NOLD, EARL F. Sedalia Physical Education Phi Sigma Epsilon: "M" Club: Physical Educators Club: Popular Boy Candidate. OlBRIEN, ROBERT J. Lexington OSBORNE, PERRY Norfolk, Nebr. Business Administration Phi Sigma Epsilon: Interfraternity Coun- cil: Commerce Club: Industrial Arts Club: Freshman Counselor: Dormitory Coun- selor: Diemer Hall Advisory Board: Stu- dent Government Association, alternate delegate. PAHL, ARTHUR E. T f, ll. Physical Education my I Basketball: Track: Physical Educators Club, secretary: "M" Club: Phi Sigma Epsilon. ' PALMER, MOREY PIERCE I Kansas City English Veterans' Organization. PARTRIDGE, S. Elementary EC! Sigma Sigma Sig, Future Teachers for Childhood Ed PETERSON, EI Accounting THE STUDEN' Board: Football: erans, Organizati- PLOEGER, DOD Accounting Sigma Tau Gap Phi Omega, sec. fraternity Counci Sigma Pi: Stude: tion, vice-preside man Counselor: Dean's Honor Rc PREUSS, BET'I Elementary Ea Delta Zeta: Ass Education: Futul A Cappella Cho Phi Delta. REID, ROBERT Physical Educ Physical Edulcati ins, vice-preside: Womens Recree dent: AlDha Phi Future Teachers Counselor. REINSCH. VER Physical Educc Alpha Phi Delt Majors Club. pr reation Associatit America: Prexy 4 . i 0' f.,0' v 5 I 5 0 by os. g 0 , o q 1 h ' s I .'vY 9 5 5 , , . , ' 0 9 ' ' Q ,o ' 'O v cv ' 5 - 5, 0. lub" ' 'c' ,'t ,og ,,. 5' .H - ,.' O.. ' :.u .n .f,.og'.'tg. .O .I 'l.P.' 's' 5,:'s s..,.p ,Q L l 1 . ' U v'ls','e "f4.n"' 55.11510 I. ,o0lQl f ' u.s ,.g'.,'., lot o i.sg0'i...atQu..lg" ,m 5 s .t..'s 'g' U .1 - - ' I ' . I ' --. . 00 '. " n, 9 ,Q Q '.' .1 .v . - v " . ' ' .' . vi . .9 . .' 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PREUSS, BETTY SUE Holden Elementary Education Delta Zeta: Association for Childhood Education: Future Teachers of Americag A Cappella Choirg Outing Clubg Alpha Phi Delta. , REID, ROBERTA MARGARET A Kansas City Physical Education and History Physical Education Majors Clubg Dolph- ins, vice-president, Outstanding Dolphing Women's Recreation Association, presi- dentg Alpha Phi Deltag Kappa Delta Pig Future Teachers of Americag Freshman Counselor. REINSCH, VERA ' Kansas City Physical Education Alpha Phi Deltag Physical Education Majors Club, presidentg Women's Rec- reation Associationg Future Teachers of Amerlcag Prexy Club. I. , 14, 1 ...I 1 3 ff ,1 f f f My , ' . 'Cf f Q , 1 1 Z Q A a ff , 2 X: , x4 sf' f af aff f tiff f .., ,, , - K.- fj 1 , 1 33.5 3- - I i f, ,Af f . . . y f!,f yr X W 1 X I ff ffixfff Am Offy f ff, 5 M511 f ,5 , of gf f ' f fCW ,X f f f Q 1 f X , z X f X vi . 5644- ' .c -. ,. sw-1.2 gy 1 i523-if! V ,, if , ,, W ig? 'X ,.,. it Lg?- , 4 Q -at 3 ,c .- 7- ' f ' , ' ' .gg f ' ' -,, r -' may K: , as fi - txipfi PATTERSON, LEWIS DELANO Kansas City PICKRUM, DAVID Chicago, Ill. lllerchandising and Retailing Newman Clubg Commerce Club: Veter- ans' Organization. PLOWMAN, HANFORD EUGENE Independence Dramatics . 'V Interfraternity Councilg Footballg "M" Clubg Junior Class Presidentg Sigma Tau Gamma, pledge master, presidentg Who's Whog Dean's Honor Rollg Future Teach- ers of America: Freshman Counselorg Diemer Hall Advisory Board: Prexy Club: CMSC Players, t'New Way to Pay Old Debts," "Importance of Being Earn- est," "Death of a Salesman," 'KHour Glass," "The Killersf, PRIVETT, WILLIAM F. Salem History X REINE, WILLARD C. Sedalia Social Science Tau Kappa Epsilon, secretary: Young Democrats, president, vice-president: Fu- ture Teachers of America: International Relations Club: Diemer Hall Advisory Board, secretary. 4 RENNO, DOROTHEA A. ' VVellington Business Education Pi Omega Pi, historian: Alpha Phi Delta! Kappa Delta Pi Sophomore Educational Award: Future Teachers of America. U l 1 i ! . E I i , r l I I l I . I' 3. I i I I tl 1 I 1 in l l I l W. I l QI I I1 il I .I 'r I il I li V E I I al T1 at xl ls 4? ill il 1: vii I. is W ttf RENNO, RICHARD L. Wellington Physical Education Physical Educators Club, president: Fu- ture Teachers of America. RICKMAN, VVILL WALTON Warrensburg Physics Who's Who: Sigma Tau Gamma: Alpha Phi- Sigma: Student Court Honor Key: Student Government Assembly: Religi- ous Emphasis VVeek: Freshman Coun- selor: Science Club: Student Center Com- mittee. RILEY, THOM M. ' Jefferson City General Business Commerce Club. ROBERTSON, DON G. ' Kansas City Physical Education I Veterans' Organization, sergeant-at-arms: "M" Club, secretary: Track: Football. ROPER, BENJAMIN PAUL Nevada Accounting Kappa Sigma Kappa, treasurer: Com- merce Club: UMOC. ' RUSH, JAMES E. Warrensburg Chemistry and Mathematics Sigma Zeta: Phi Sigma Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Sigma Tau Gamma. representa- tive to national conclave, song fete direc- tor: W'ho's Who: Student Center Com- mittee: Student Government Association Assembly: Student Government Execu- tive Council. special activities chairman' Freshman Chemistry Award: Dearfg Honor Roll: Hall of Recognition: Science Club, president. . , '.n'0.: TsJ..o:.-rs! 5',' n 0 5 Q, f s s 2 ' A .r .,..,..,.,,....,,.., or f- eef, fe, f. fff.- 5 - ,af I Awywifg ""' ' 'galil W i f Ci" f f X 1 f A qw, X XM X X 1 4' I ' ' it ,. , RICHTER, EUGENE O. St. Louis Social Science Future Teachers of America: Veterans' Organization: Industrial Arts Club. RIDGE, ROBERT GEORGE Kansas City Business Administration "M" Club: Deimer Hall, vice-president: Deimer Hall Advisory Board: Freshman Counselor: Football: Religious Emphasis Week, moderator. ROBERTS, EDWARD J. Louisburg, Kans. Industrial Arts Young Democrats Club: Sigma Tau Gam- ma, corresponding secretary: Industrial Arts Club. ROCK, VINCENT I Pasadena, Calif. Sociology and Psychology Alpha Phi Omega. ROPER, MARY LOUISE Kansas City Secretarial Science Alpha Phi Delta: Newman Club, treas- urer: Commerce Club: Religious Em- phasis Week: World University Service: Dean's Honor Roll: Student Wives' Club. RUSSELL, DONALD DAYLE l . Warrensburg Physical Education RUSSELL, ED' Physical Eduf Physical Educat SAUER, STEPI Chemistry Future Teachers SCHAFFER, E Speech and 1 Phi Sigma Eps tion: Student Committe: Sta: Freshman Cou Service Key: Wi Alpha Phi: Fut' Blackouts, dire visory Board: I of Recognition: Week: CMSC Pay Old Debt "Physician In S and Julietf, SCHROMM, RQ Physical Edut Senior Class, pr- dent: Physical president: Tau Who: All Conf' tion: Freshman 4 ers of America: SECORA. CHA BERGER English RHETOR Staff: Baptist Student urer: Orchesis: S merce Club: Ye Honor Roll: Fu' ica: Religious E tee. SHRADER. JAR Lg as ..!,, . ta. 5 u n ro si .. 5 . S' . .. A9 5 . ' 1 I 1 1' a n- 4 9 5 A .5 A . If 5 gl- s I I IF 1 ,v s 5 Q 1 .. 4 " ' p a A 9- A 5 Q 1, -. .... 0 1 .nuts 1 A r .'u.p1:p1t 1:3 , s.,,.r' Ln ,L .J 'l...' ' ' :.o .A Vuivr ou' 8 ' it ,580 A f:..n:,, ' ' 0 gin.. :Q xl, I. .x, 5 Q K, o F, I gn' .ll 55, u l,s."s...5 4,j,:. 0'5.u o, g,a1 f q,r'o I ., . '.n-91-7 -' ' bs. . - .x ,-...s te. .' ' -g -'g ' ,,u . 3 0 .,-.'-'., ,... . ' '- .11 . -' .1 . ,. , , ' , n 1- 'i. .Uv A.-, , 'I .X L -t1,:'fV-- Q- I ,iilhzfr-fA.,'.o.: 1.-JA-Lo' 1,85 I 'P O. St. Louis merica: Veterans' l Arts Club. EORGE I Kansas City Elon ll, vice-president: Board: Freshman eligious Emphasis D J. Louisburg, Kans. , Sigma Tau Gam- retary: Industrial Pasadena, Calif. zlogy SE Kansas City nan Club, treas- ,Religious Em- uversity Service: lent Wives' Club. DAYLE Warrensburg 'lp-PSD! 9 5,9 RUSSELL, EDWIN A. Sedalia Physical Education Physical Educators Club. SAUER, STEPHEN Watertown, Wis. Chemistry Future Teachers of America. SCHAFFER, ED Washington, D. C. Speech and English Phi Sigma Epsilon: Veterans' Organiza- tion: Student Court: Student Center Committe: Stars on Parade, director: Freshman Counselor: Student Center Service Key: Who's Who: Football: Theta Alpha Phi: Future Teachers of America: Blackouts, director: Osborne Hall Ad- visory Board: Dean's Honor Roll: Hall of Recognition: Religious Emphasis Week: CMSC Players, "New Way to Pay Old Debts,'l "Curious Savage," "Physician In Spite of Himself," "Romeo and Juliet." SCHROMM, RICHARD ANTHONY St. Louis Physical Education Senior Class, president: UM" Club, presi- dent: Physical Educators Club, vice- president: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Whois Who: All Conference Basketball Selec- tion: Freshman Counselor: Future Teach- ers of America: Popular Boy. SECORA. CHARLE NE LAUDEN- BERGER English RHETOR Staff: THE STUDENT Staff: Baptist Student Union, secretary-treas- urer: Orchesis: Square Dance Club: Com- merce Club: Yeater Glee Club: Dean's Honor Roll: Future Teachers of Amer- rca: Religious Emphasis Week Commit- ee. Sedalia SHRADER, JAMES MARTIN Odessa !.ru.Z.s.AgL it SAGS, ALICE LORE NE English THE STUDENT Staff: CEMOST Staff: Writers' Club: Alpha Phi Delta. Amsterdam SAVAGE, BERT ALLEN Holden Agriculture Agriculture Club. SCHNABEL, WILLIAM L. Kansas City Music I f Talent Shows: Band: Orchestra: Billy Glenn Dance Orchestra. SCHUPP, GEORGE O. I Jefferson City Sl-IIELDS, DORIS JANE Ludlow Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi,'treasurer: Head Of- fice Girl at Todd Hall. SHULL, PEG JO Sedalia Elementary Education Newman Club: CMSC Players. "Harvey" best ,supporting actress, "Curious Sav- age" best supporting actress. SIEGEL, SHELBY LEE Florence , I Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club: Agriculture Club: Fu-ture Teachers of America. D SIMMS, HELEN Kingsville .English Future Teachers of America: CMSC Players. . SKAGGS, ELIZABETH Warrensburg Home Economics SMITH, IVAN DALE L Creighton Business Administration Commerce Club: Phi Sigma Pi. SOKUGAWA, CAROLYN ' Kekaha Kauai, Hawaii Elementary,Education , Cosmopolitan Club, parliamentarian, his- ftorian: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Phi Deltag Future Teachers of America: Association Xfor Childhood Education: World Univer- sity Service: Hall of Recognition: Fresh- man Counselor. SPARLING, WILLIAM E. Adair, Iowa Business Education Pi Omega Pi: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Kappa Lambda: Commerce Club: Future geachelrs of America: Interfraternity ,ouncl . p., ., , i' .f ,.,, , if ff V Wifi? . !,,k M. V. ,Q Q 7:7 77 , ' ,Q .wr 1 , wz.y. ,. N ,f -, ,v iv , tf f.f,f" ,. , 'EITC , at fff 4' X ff i g 1 1 K' f Z ! X , 4 ff X71 x 0 3 ,Z f f Q7 f 'J Z9 H , X7 I A ' yww, 4 Mt tigwff , ,ff .f X . , ':, l is ex ,, pq , ., 1 ' , k.,,,. .x : 4:-.-.ts X .. Q sw, .. I X , ' - .s iiflit V ' ' I as iraizffff-. - . y -- -. et. X -i Q- :Q IQ l 3421 X SS X 'X .X xXX dwg XX R N : x t R Y? 5 QW x .JL p .MQ IQ X X X N XX is B SX X x xXX1 X N SIMMERMON, ERNEST Holden Mathematics SINGLETON, RENA Decatur, Ark. Business Square Dance Club: Commerce Club: Newman Club: Future Teachers of America. SMITH, HOMER H. Olathe, Kans. Business Administration SMITH, MARGI KEPHART Alpha Sigma Alpha: RHETOR Staff: Student Government Association Assem- bly: Dean's Honor Roll: CMSC Players, "Alladin," "New Way to Pay Old Debts": Yeater Hall, vice-president: Religious Emphasis Week Committee: Student Government Association Honor Key: Stu- dent Center Committee: THE STU- DENT Staff: Yeater Hall Council: Hall of Recognition. SPAIN, ELDRED F. Carthage Social Science Future Teachers of America: Floor Coun- selor in Men's Residence Halls: Alpha Phi Omega: Religious Emphasis Week Committee: Liahona Fellowship, vice- president: Track: "M" Club, co-secretary. STAFFORD, SHIRLEY Kansas City Social Studies Future Teachers of America. historian: Outing Club, secretary: International Re- lations Club. tl q, I U1 R 9 4 fl 5 Q ,L 7 L P O 1 si, ' , 'A in I , ' " 1' 1 l', 'n's ' k'0' 'l 'A 'f .u n,-- . - v 5 o v 0 5 .gl n" 5 ' l'5ulh 'slo' 'av sul:-ux,'g.o .'.s,- 1.,M0t,0:o::s'..,:.:.' ' 05 v.' '05,,s,'n, ,c o,.,',',v .0 go, 1:1 'n,,'.5. xg. I' .- Q 'o' 's',' 5 A '9 0.5 Q I 'A 0' Q , 'nl' 5"0, og", :Ja I F' "', :'.'f 0 Vg F., h - . N .1 ,- - A -' ..,, v ,l ' Q- A .X .' U h Q 0 h 1 Q . u ,Q STAGG, MAXA Speech Correcz STARLING, BE STERNBERG, I Physical Educt Basketball: Basel America: Zeta E Educators Club. sULL1Ns, R. Et Economics ana Alpha Phi Omeg merce Club: Yoi TAYLOR. FORP Accounting Phi Sigma Pi: Club: Commerce -ization. THOMPSON. M Elcnzcntary Er . S EST Holden Decatur, Ark. Commerce 'C1ubg re Teachers of Olathe, Kans. tion PHART RHETOR Staffg Issociation Assem- llg CMSC Players, zo Pay Old Debts"g esidentg Religious mmitteeg Student n Honor Keyg Stu- :teeg THE STU- Hall Council: Hall Carthage iericag Floor Coun- nce Halls Al ha 5 Z P : Emphasis Week Fellowship, vice- Club, co-secretary. STAGG, MAXALINE ELANE I Warrensburg Speech Correction STARLING, BETTY NELL Jefferson City STERNBERG, KEITH L. Machias, Maine Physical Education Basketballg Baseballg Future Teachers of Americag Zeta Sigma Alphag Physical Educators Club. SULLINS, R. EUGENE Warrensburg Economics and Accounting Alpha Phi Omegag Veterans' Clubg Com- merce Clubg Young Democrats Club. TAYLOR, FORREST JAMES Lamonte Accounting Phi Sigma Pig Square and Compass Clubg Commerce Clubg Veterans' Organ- -ization. - f "ffl , E f2:'w9zg, 1-ff - - .mf W, f.,, . ,, fre - 1 f .f',f 2. in -, '- 7 5, I ' "it vtyif ., M541 ,ea qt .fun . STARK, WILBUR R. Amoret STEINMEYER, MARTIN L. Stover Industrial Arts Gamma Deltag Industrial Arts Club, SUAZO, HUMBERTO San Pedro Sula Accounting Cosmopolitan Clubg Language Club.. TARWATER, FRED L. I - I Harrisonville Physical Education Physical Educators Clubg Industrial Arts Clubg Future Teachers of America. THOMAS, IRENE W Marshall Elementary Education Future Teachers of Americag Young Democrats Club. EY Kansas City THOMPSON, MARY VIRGINIA TURNER- JERRY LEE Sedalia Blackwater .l. Xmerica historiang Elementary Education Rem' mg ,, , ' International Re- Commerce Club? UM Club' ' I 4 4 , v ng - v D ,fs I9 nasokllft s 0 sl .l ,.. s".1'0 .o'l '.' n I. f., ..', -,,.x'5.g,,s.:l.o."".s p,.ti95... 'O' L.al".:4.':' .oats Ao,.l.so.1 S 0. . 0. 0 0 :.":":': xgpizi . Jfsxgsiz: 5,43 A' :':l',.f Spas' f S 'lr' 2'1..".?,Lv, g::.:i..xx 'lt' L ,.0 l.. lb 5 3' .:ov'l 1,5 4 ou' IJ.. 'Q ls.: ' ' l nl '. cv".-'.,'. -.u' y ' . ... mg ,-- - 'K -A.-- - -- - -. ' ' -. - - I I- . - . 4 . W VAN WINKLE, BETTYE Marshall Geography V , Future Teachers of America: Interna- tional Relations Club. VICKREY, BILL Independence English ' Liahona Fellowship, reporter: CMSC Players, t'Sabrina Fair," "The Marriage Proposal." WAHRENBROCK. RAYMOND L. Alma , Art Alpha Kappa Lambda, corresponding secretary: Interfraternity Council: Alpha Phi Omega: Beta Alpha: Student Center Committee: Religious Emphasis Week Committee: Future Teachers of America: Fkreshman Counselor: Liahona Fellow- s lp. WALTHER, BETTY JANE Jefferson City English Gamma Delta: Student Christian Asso- ciation: Future Teachers of Americag Square Dance Club. WEDDLE, FRANKLYN CLAIRE U Independence Music WEILERT, MAY COKE Independence Elementary Education Delta Zeta, vice-president: Canterbury Club,. secretary: Future Teachers of America. Ol'- VERNON, ANTHONY G. Kansas City Accounting ' Sigma Tau Gammag Alpha Phi Omegag Newman Club, sergeant-at-armsg Com- merce Clubg International Relations Club. VILMER, LARRY R. Sedalia Physical Education "M" Club: Veterans' Organization: Phy- sical Educators Club. WALLACE, WILLIAM R. Leeton Physical Education and Industrial Arts. WEBB, SERYL L. Bates City WEIKAL, KENNETH E. Knob Noster WEIR, CAROL WATLING U Kansas City Business Administration Who's Who: Pi Kappa Sigma. president, corresponding secretary: RHETOR Queen: RHETOR Staff: Hall of Recog- nition: Commerce Club: Religious Em- phasis VVeek Committee: Student Center Committee: Freshman Talent Show: Stars on Parade: THE STUDENT Staff. re- porter: Alpha Phi Delta: Freshman Counselor: Student Court. WELLS, DEAN Industrial Art Phi Sigma Epsil borne Hall, pre: selor: Veterans' Government Exe ship Chairmang of Recognitiong Honor Keysg F1 ica: Industrial Who's Who. WEYLAND, Sl Elementary E Yeater-Todd Gl phasis Week C01 of America, secl WHITE, MAR' Elementary E Future Teachers for Childhood E crats Clubg 4-H dents Organizati ager. WILKINSON, A Social Studies NVILTSHIRE, K Physical Edut Alpha Sigma Al Majors Club: I reation Associ Club: Orchesis: America. XYINZENRIED Home Econon Kappa Omicron Teachers of Am 0 Q Q u 4 9 ., . ' ' 0 I o ' v 0 s ' Q A s ,'.' S u vi- 1' , o.. a.,',,a,::.-'gun'-.::.-,.,,:.. K . .,040'v 'g,',s'0,s 1 t .. .,t'- Q' 's'. P 1 f U I lv u H Us Q Q ' u 1 Q o 9 a A A u S n A .' 0 , 1.1 5. ' , ' , .. is 1. ...Qs Jn. s n . ale, g s 5 0,9 ., .nw .nrsrsfar 5 9 ',. . I. .. 1 ug s -. 4 . If . A , . . l 1 H Hi s i -V fi: MV ' 1 h . ' ' .,:', -s l ? . n sv s 0. ..."'.1I IY G. Kansas City Alpha Phi Omegag ant-at-armsg Com- fnal Relations Club. I. Sedalia Organization: Phy- M R. A Leeton id Industrial Arts. Bates City H E. Knob Noster PLING Kansas City ation ia Sigma, president, :retaryg RHETOR affg Hall of Recog- ubg Religious Em- teeg Student Center Talent Showg Stars 'UDENT Staff, re- Deltag Freshman fourt. ls' 0, '. .nc-It gon 5 0 5 s g I .5 ax' s'k,'Is1 TU' :' 5 I' Q n An 9, :.:,P:.1: .Q . ...go ul Q . . ' 4 WELLS, DEAN E. Kansas City Industrial Arts Phi Sigma Epsilon, parliamentariang Os- borne Hall, presidentg Freshman Coun- selor: Veterans' Organization: Student Government Executive Council: Citizen- ship Chairmang Student Assemblyg Hall of Recognitiong Student Government Honor Keysg Future Teachers of Amer- icag' Industrial Arts Club, president: Who's Who. WEYLAND, SUE Boonville Elementary Education Yeater-Todd Glee Club, Religious Em- phasis Week Committeeg Future Teachers of America, secretary. WHITE, MARY ANN Concordia Elementary Education Future Teachers of Americag Association for Childhood Educationg Young Demo- crats Clubg 4-H Club, Independent Stu- dents Organizationg Summer Play Man- ager. WILKINSON, ARTHUR LEE Odessa Social Studies WILTSHIRE, CARLENE g Kansas City Physical Education Alpha Sigma Alphag Physical Education Majors Club, Dolphins, Women's Rec- reation Association, presidentg Prexy Club, Orchesisg Future Teachers of America. WINZENRIED, FLO Windsor Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi: Colhecong Future Teachers of America. su L' csv 1 v A incl.:-"'r n on n , nl ' . 5, li' an 1 WERNER, MARY RUTH Kansas City Sociology and Psychology Alpha Sigma Alpha, vice-presidentg Al- pha Phi Sigmaq Alpha Phi Deltag Yeater Hall President, Yeater Hall Glee Club, presidentg Women's Self Government As- sociationg Student Government Associa- tion Assemblyg Religious Emphasis Week Committeeg Panhellenic Council, treas- urerg Freshman Counselorg Commerce Clubg Westminster Fellowshipg Hall of Recognition. WHITE, LEVI E. Warrensburg WHITE, NANCY ' L. Warrensburg WILSON, JO ANN ELWELL - Warrensburg Music Delta Zeta, vice-president, chaplain, Crescendo Club, treasurerg Bandi A Cap- pella Choirg Religious Emphasis Week Committeeg Alpha Phi Deltag Future Teachers of America: Freshman Counse- lor. WINANS, ARTHUR P. Creston, Iowa WOELFLE, JOAN REGINA f ., Kansas City ' "no ' , on 'Q fgjv'-4. 'K X. YEAGER, JOHN T. . Kansas City Chemistry YINGER, GERALD Jackson, Ohio Illerchandising and Retailing Diemer Annex, president: Osborne Hall, vice-president: Football: Track: Diemer Osborne Glee Club: U-MOC Candidateg Sigma Tau Gamma: Dormitory Athletic Managerg Commerce Club: Square Dance Clubg Baptist Student Union. I YEATES, MARGARET SUE Lee's Summit Home Economics Baptist Student Union, executive coun- cil: Independent Students Organization, secretaryg Colhecong Women's Recrea- tion Associationg Dolphinsg Square Dance Clubg Todd Hall Councilg Hall of Recog- nitiong Head VVaitress of Todd Hallg Who's Whog Student Center Committees. KOZUKI, ROBERT J. St. Lamoni, Iowa DICK SCHROMM EARL NOLD TERESA CRABTREE Rresldent Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer DR. SAM HEWITT Miss ELEANOR s Sponsor Sponsor HOCKEY DEAN ISIXEEIOFETERS u , A C 0 0 . . 0 '. '43 C n o Q, ,. 1 .O .Q . Q o 1 .xt ll .5 00: o 4 . . ., . 0 - 50 9' 00 '- S - . - 5 ' 0 l -s- - -- . .. ' -' '- ... . . . , 0 3 ' - . I .-' l"H' . !' 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Third Row: Kay Bosler, Luis Bou, Marion Braswell, Duane Broderson, Carl Brown, Harold Brown, Jane Brown, Thomas Brown, Doris Bryan, Jim Buchness, Rosalee Buhler, Curtis Buhlig, Ken Buhlig, Marjorie Bullock. - Fourth Row: Robert Burns, Robert Cahill, Gary Carlson, Helen Carney, Dale Carpenter, Kenneth Carricker, Monte Cass, Glen Chambers, Lois Cheesman, Tommy Christian, John Chronister, Jim Claypool, Darlene Coffman, Lillian Cohn, Tom Coleman. Fifth Row: James Conard, William Copple, David Corder, Ann Corn. Foster Crawford, Christa Creason, Gerald Crews, William Crowder, Marion Davidson. Bruce Dawson, Phyllis Day, Bruce DeHart, Marion De La Porte. Sixth Row: Marolyn Denny, Jack Dieckman, Leslie Dunnington, Marjorie Dunwiddie, Richard Easter, Shirley Eberting. Patricia Edson, Lolan Edwards, Donald Elliott, Donald R. 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Lee Holman James Hooker Charles Hopkins, Vaughn Hopkins. W5 fy Fifth Row: John Houx Charles Huggins, Sue Hyatt Alvin James Judy Jeffries, Bernie Jenkins Kathryn Jenkins Sharon Johnson, Karen Joiner David Jones Perry Jones. Anna Jordan Eugene Kaeding. Sixth Row: VVilliam Kahl, Daniel Kallstrom. Wayne Katz, Charles Keith, Charles Keseman. Jack Kiehl, Eldon Kimball, Albert Kimbrough, James Kinstler, Shirley Kirkpatrick, Marlene Krueger, Gerald Labus, Katherine Lacey. Jerry Lambert, Phyllis Lampe. First Row: William Lane, Robert Large, Betty . LaRue, Winfield Larsen, Tom Latimer, Kay Lewis, Anna Limbaugh, Shirley Linmger, Elizabeth Livingston, Mary Lock, Nolan Long, Dale Lynde, Pat McClanahan, George McClure. Second Row: Bill McCrary, Sharon McLain, Betty McNeill, David Macoubrie, Ronald Malone, ' Marie Manley, Robert Mann, Charles Marcott James Marshall, Thomas Masterson, Betty Matthews, Evelyn Maycock, Rodolfo Mendez. 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H f -A f ' I A HAROLD YINGER Sponsor Sponsor Fzrst Row John RODIHSOD Robert Rodlck Shlrley Roe Clarence Roeder Don Ross Dee Runyan George Ryle Harold Sage Janlce Sanford Werner Schafer Vlfglnla Schanz Tom Scherer Shlrley Schnltzer Second Row Barbara Schondelmeyer Doug Schuyler Joann Scott Theo Scott Carolyn Sea mans M1r Klan Shafe Delmar Shannons Paul Sherldan Jerry Shreeves Myron S1lv1us Charles Slmmons DaVld Slms Robert Slusher Thzrd Row Marlyn Smlth Nancyjean Smith Patrlcxa Smlth Ralph Snowden Harry Staples James Starke Marlon Starr Cella Steele Lou Ann Stlth Marcla Stone VlTg1Hla Stone Cllfford Stur g1S Bllhe Swopes Malgoms T9TaVSklS Fourth Row Delta Terry Alvm Thomas Larry Thomas John Thompson Claude Thomson Becky Thorburn Roger Totten Floxd Trumbo Dorls Tuepker Roy Turner Jxm Turrentme Pat Tuttle Charlene Twente Jlm Vandlver Fifth Row Blll Van Pelt LeRov X7l6l7I'0Clx Iohnnx Vmdhs Garnett Walters Ruth Waters Joan Watts Wxlllam VVear Jack VVcbb Annette Weld knecht Tom VVells Dale VVheat Marv Lou Whlte Robert VVh1te Ethel XVh1tnex Szxth Row Schooley WllCOYOI1 Larry NV1lcoxson. Rlchard W1lk1nson, Frank VV1ll1ams, Steve VV1ll1ams, Tom Wlll13mS, Bettv XVIlSOI'l, Carol VV1lson, Eugene Wllson, John hVllSOh, Molhe VV1nston, Bob Wmter, Marralvce WVorkman, Dorls WX'll6, Donna Yock First Row: Norma Jeanne Aeschbacher, David Agne, Willard Alltop, Mary Frances Althoff, Mary Anderson, Jose Anzalotta, Gene Augustine, Mehui Aynechian, Melvin Aytes, Martha Baile, Betty Baldwin, Edwina Bales, Miriam Bannister, Carmen Barlage, NVilliam Barnes. Second Row: Brenda Bartel, Alex Bartlett, Jackie Bastendorf, Linda Bauerle, Keith Baumgartner, Ronald Baumgartner, Ralph Baxter, Joe Beckham, Barbara Bell, Virginia Bell, Nancy Lou Berenden, Harry Berner, Bill Berrier, Robert Bcstgen. Third Row: Bobbie Jean Bonner, Mary Ann Booth, Odis Borden, Nancy Bowman, John Bill Brewer, Ervin-Brewster, Arvin Briggs, Robert Briggs, Bobby Brooks, John Brookshier, Kay Brookshier, Crystal Brown. Kevin Brownfield, Robert Browning. Fourth Row: Antoinette Budd, Jim Bumgarner, Ray Burgett, Glenn Burkhardt, Cynthia Burns, Lyle Burns, Edd Bush, Beverly Butts, Wanda Byler, John Byrd, Beverly Carl, Flora Carmona, Edward Carron, Bobby Case, James Cash. Fifth Row: Patricia Cassing, Willetta Chappelow, Maxine Chinn, Elaine Christiansen, Richard Coe, Edwin Cohn, Patrick Comer, Patricia Conard, Jennie Cook, Robert Coomes, Beverly Cooper, John Cooper, Judy Counts, Max Courdin, Dorothy Craft. Sixth Row: Elaine Craft, Marjorie Crain, Marguriette Crawford, Nadine Culbertson, Jack Cummins, Bob Cupito, Bill Dahlsten, Mary Daniels, Bob Davis, Carolyn De Lapp, Janie Dempsey, Diane Denny, Charles DesCombes, Elizabeth Deuchle, Judith Dexhimer. Seventh Row: Robert Dibble, Harry Dierker, Robert Dillon, Ellen.Dinsmore, Alan Disney, Ellen Ditsch, Marjorie Dooley, Theodore Dowler, Lois Downing. Judith Doyle, Barbara Dunn, Phyllis Dunn, James Dunnaway, Lyle Dusenberg. 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Fourth Row: Paul Gutshall, Lavonna Guy, Edward Hafner, Barbara Hall, David Hall, Robert Hampton, John Hanna, Delores Harlan, Carl Harris, Gerald Harris, John Harris, Mary Hart, Charles Harte, Gordon Hayes, Miriam Hemphill. Fifth Row: Marilyn Henley, Eugene Hennessey, Jerry Hess, Larry Hess, Elaine Hicks, James Hieronymus, Dale Hilgedick, Jimmy Hinote, Nancy Hobson, Dale Hoeppner, Jenne Holloway, Pat Holloway, Gerald Holman, Eugene Holt. Sixth Row: Barbara Hubbard, Roy Hubbs, Laverne Huenefeld, Sonja Hughes, James Hull, Roger Hunt, Robert Irvin, Valenia Iwerks, Gene Jackson, LeAnn Jaeger, Larry Jageman, Karla Johanboeke, Darlene Johnson, Duane Johnson. Seventh Row: Gary Johnson, Ruth Anne Jolliff, Julia Jones, Jerry Lee Judkins, Lewis Judson, Monte Kahler, Yvonne Kearns, Jeannette Keithley, Rogene Kellerman, Charles Kelly, Mary Sue Kelly, Larry Kerrick, Betty Kincaid, ' Robert King, Sue Anne King. First Row' Lubille Kirby, Sondra Kiser, Carolyn Koester, Don Kopp, Charles Krause, Kathryn Kuhn, Donald Kyser, Gloria Lane, Kurt Larsen, Lon . Larson, Roger Lasswell, Betty Laswell, Patricia Laughman, Keith Lawrence. Anna Leach Second Row: Anna Lee, Mabel Lee, Thomas Lee, Robert Lehmann, Barbara Limbaugh, Joan Linder, Carye Lindsay, Lillian Little, Marion Lowry, George Lyne, Robert Lyon, Kay McAlister, Carol McAllister, Dona McCann, Don McCorm1ck. Third Row: Ann McCurdy, Russell McDaniel, Lloyd McElhinney, Jean McFarland, Robert Magers, Mary Ann Malone, Lon Malott, Donald Marcks, Janet Marcum, James Markham, Bob Marrs, Donna Marshall, Barbara Martin, Ted Mason. Fourth Row: Henry Matchell, Keith Matehell, Jerry Mattivi, Maureen Means. Kathryn Medlin, Billy Merritt, Rodney Meyer, Mary Ruth Mikes, Marina Milian, Robert Millbern, Ann Miller, Larry Mines. Kay Moore, Walter Morales, Richard Morse. Fifth Row: Joann Mouse, Ronald Nadler, Sandy Newham. Mary Lee Newman, Laverna Norman, James Norris. Roger Ohmstede, Roland Ohrenberg, Merwyn Oliphant, Martha O'Neil, Freddie Oshel, Jimmy Oskouian, Larry Owen, Rex Owsley, Nelson Painter. Sixth Row: Amir Pambechy, Ernest Paris, Bill Parker, Donna Patterson, Barbara Paxton, Louanne Paxton, Harold Pennington, Franklin Perry, Alvin Phillips, Karen Pickering, Gary Plow- man, Betty Pointer, Mary Louise Porter, William Powell. Seventh Row: Wanda Pressly. Jean Prigeon, Sylvia Provo, Helen Raasch, Alexis Rangel, Donald Rapp, Bob Rayburn, Loyce Rea, James Redel, Barbara Reed, James Reed, Kathy Renick, Doris Revnolds. Carol Rice Secretarv Treasurer ,i 5 H , Wifi V. is ixl f li li 4 4 Q ij X. qu? EDELL SCHAEFER 5 ' I I I C21 7 ' ' , .... MM ,' j ,X , . .4,. 1.52 I, :-if 1 ,, r 15? I PQ f I ff -ai' Qszgf 1f,w:,' 3- 'T "M o- afi-ria, 1- ' Y V, 5. 4 f 2:21 5 gg fv.: 'ww . 9 QQ ' , I, , . , 4 , ,, 5 fr f 1 . 4 X 3 , 64 69 ,q w fi!! -9-SX? b ab H f sw 4 , 7 1 CJ Wwyx W,,,7,., X , W.: ..,,, f 4 ' ff? 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Smith, Joyce Smith, Ronald Smith, Marjorie Snell, Marilyn Sparling, Winford Spiva. Fourth Row: John Stafford, Edith Stalling, Judith Stanbrough, Louise Stein, Frank Stewart, Larry Stewart, Pat Stockmann, Stan Stockdale, Earlene Stockstill, Judy Stone, Jerry Strange, Yvonne Strode, Joan Stucker. Marion Stump, Chung Bai Suh. Fifth Row: Gerald Sullenger, Carolyn Surface, Ned Swarthout, Jessica Swenson, Gordon Swindler, Donna Taylor, Zelda Taylor, Keith Temple, Dale Temple, Harold Thomson, Nancy Thomson, Nancy Tubbesing, Marta Ugarte, Fred Unnewehr, Jere Vanderpool. Sixth Row: Elton Villines, David Walden, James Waller, Howard Wastell, Larry Webb, Mary Ann Webster, Earl Wehmhoener, Cara Lee VVhite, G. L. White, Margie VVhite, Norma VVhite, W. L. White, Cristena Whitman, Marvin VVhitsiit. .,, A Seventh Row: Bobie VVikke, Carol XVilkey. ,,,,J ".'. Q l f Mary Ann Williams, Leonard Wilson, Paul XVllSQl'1, Virginia Wilson, Jerome Wine-gar, Carolyn xVlSG. 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Third Row: Val Bennett, Carol Bergstresser, James Bernard, Jack Beshore, Nancy Binder, John Bischof, Lloyd Bivens, Joan Blackburn, Jerry Blasingame, Sandra Bohling, Ramona Bonar, Betty Bonner, Glenn Borcherding, Earl Borgman, Earl Bosier. Fourth Row: Corinne Boswell, Vicky Bowen, Samuel Bowers, Sharron Boyd, Carolyn Brady, Eva Bratton, Amos Bright, Craig Brougher, Kenneth Brown, Roberta Brown, Raula Bruce, Lois Bryant, Sharon Bryson, Marian Buesing. ,Fifth Row: Arlan Bullock, Floyd Bunch, Louis Buntin, Marilyn Bure, Martha Burford, Eugene Butts, David Campbell, Della Campbell, Hazel Caraway, Dean Carey, Leroy Carney, Barbara Carter, Donald Carter, Earl Carter. Sixth Row: Nadine Carter, Larry Casady, Charles Chambers, Charles Chancellor, Jack Chandler, Earl Childs, Warren Christopher, Albert Clark, Carolyn Clark, Frankie Clark, Mary Clark, Judy Clarke, Babette Clouse. Charles Coats, Harold Collier. Seventh Row: Larry Collins, Rodiegrez Concepcion, Robert Conn, Robert Cooper, Margaret Correll, Donald Coulter, Jay Counts, Ann Courtney, Howard Cowan, Margaret Cowan, Janice Cowherd, Jo Ann Coyle, Rinda Cozad, Tommy Craig, Patty Cross. Eighth Row: Karen Cosslin, Frank Croy, Daniel Cummins, Berlene Curtis, Jimmie Dahman,.Frances Daugherty, Donald Davis, Dwight Davis, Marion Davis, Eugene Davidson, James Day, Mary DeAtley, Norman Dechard, Lloyd Decker. First Row: Byron Deere, Lynn DeHart, Irma De La Cruz, Roger Delaney, Judith Denayer, Charles Dent, Roberta Detamore, Norman DeVore, Beverly De- Witt, Orellana Hector Diaz, Larry Dilley, Howard Doctor, Bettie Dodge, Clara Dotson. Second Row: Jolene Doyle, Jimmy Ducey, Michael Duffin, Charles Duffy, Leonard Dunaway, Gloria Duncan, Mike Dutoit, Martin Dye, Don Eberting, Lor- raine Eckart, Jeannette Edmundson, Baylor Edwards, Jimmie Eidson, Larry Eiker. Third Row: Glynna Elliott, Mary Ellis, Price Ellis, Yvonne Ent, Alva Eubank, Charles Eudaily, Marvin Fairman, Ted Farris, Donna Fields, Charles Files, Howard Finke, Glena Fischer, Jim Flournoy, Juanita Flower, Kay Foreman. " Fourth Row: Eddie Fountain, Donald Fowler, Larry France, Judith Frasure, Kathryn Frazee, Marion Gallen, Raymond Gard, Bobbie Gardner, Calvin Gardner, Robert Gardner, David Gattermeir, Myrna Geary, Joanne Gibson, Benny Gieringer, Lyle Gladfelter. Fifth Row: Dwayne Glass, Samuel Goff, Sara Goldin, Celina Gonzalez, Donna Goodenough, Gary Gooding, Robert Goodrich, Ronald Goold, Ernie Grady, Rebecca Graham, Leonard Granato, Mary Graves, Eddie Greenwell, Jerry Greer, Mary Griffith. Sixth Row: Robert Grimes, James Griswold, Robert Griswold, James Guilford, Gary Guinty, Ethel Gurley, Judith Guy, Patricia Haase, Lois Hackerott, ' Betty June Hackrnann, Doris Haile, Betsy Hall, Sue Hamilton, Ronald Hammer. 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RITT Se E S cretary Treasfl-if-31si.HA N F Lrst Row Douglas Hensley Donald Herlford Robert Hlll Eleanor Hlllman Charles Hlnton Harry Don Hrte Hllton Hodges Loretta Hoke John Hollar Harvey Holloway Melvln Holloway Rodney Horn Beverly June Houx Dorothy Howe Charles Hoyle Second Row Ralph Hutiaker Barbara Humphrey Larry Hutchmson Mlke Hyde Dlane Irwm Eva Israel Wanda Jackson W1ll1am Jackson Larry Jacobs Star Jayne Joyce Jeffrles Karen Jensen Chrrstlne Johnson Don Johnson Evelyn Johnson Thud Row Joy Johnson Merl1n Johnson Bettle Lou Jones Donald Jones Janlce Jones Roger Jones Rosa Lee Kanoy Ken Karnes Charles Keck Vesta Kencald Dav1d Kelley Marllyn Kelley Walt Kennon Margaret Keseman lfourth Row Ralph Keys W1ll1am K1lpatr1ck Robert Klng Lols Klrby Don Klrkpatrlck Howard Klrts Martha K1tchell Joyce Krager James Krogh Helen Krull Ruthanne Kruse Rosahe Kugler Judlth Kurtz Edward Kyser Nancy Laber Frith Row Rlchard Landes Paul Larson Marvln Lathery Joyce Lay Donald Leach LOIS Leakey Soretta Lee Larry Llchtenberg Evelyn LlH1lDg Jessle Lmdaman Dayle Llndsey Arvxcl LlIltl1lLl1II1 Rose Loman Janlce Long Robert Loveall ,Szxlh Row Patsy Lovlnger Donald Lynch Lyman Lyne Dorothy Lynde Sue Lynn Mary Anne Lyon James McAul1ffe Rlchard McBee Joyce McCalmon Larrv McClellan Patrlcla McCorm1ck Selma McCrary Barbara MCD8H16l Jack McC11ll .Seventh Row Rosetta McInt1re Sondra Mclntyre Don McK1nley Ramona Maher James Malllnson Jnn Malloy Ralph Manherz Beverly Mann Antonio Maradlaga Yolanda Marataya Robert Marble Barbara Marcks May Ann Marcks Barbara Marker Ezbhfh Row Margaret Marker Joanna Martln Judith Martln Kenneth Martln Robert Martln Artye Nlarx Bob Mason Wllllam Mateja Jan Mayfleld Marx Jo Mays Georg1a Mead Gayla Meadows Suzanne Meek Gertrude Melnberg Phrllp Meyer First Row: Lester Middleton, Jim Miles, Barbara Kay Miller, Betty Miller, Bob Miller, Edward Miller, Nina Miller, V. Darlene Miller, Jo Mohlen, Anita Moon, Jack Moore, Rosalie Moore, Shirley Moore, Larry Moorhead, Jack Morris. Second Row: Joanne Morris, Judith Morris, Carl Moser, William Moulder, Joan Mudd, Deanna Murphy, Patricia Murphy, James Nashan, Wanda Neal, Mae Neece,'Martha Nelson, Shirley Nelson, Dan Newcomb, Claude Nichols, Jean Niederhauser. Third Row: Robert Noland, Catherine Nolte, Ruby Northen, Jerry Northwood, Jo Ann Oettlng, Alyce Olson, Walter Olson, Robert Omohundro, Norma Osborn, Joan Ouimet, Mary Palmer, John Parker, Robert Parks, Norman Patrick. Martha Pennington. Fourth Row: Gary Peterson, Bert Petrie, Judy Pettus, Dale Phalen, David Pibel, Nancy Pickett, Peggy Piggott, Ralph Ploeger, Shirlee Pope, Keith Potter, Kay Powell, Nelda Powell, Jack Presbury, Alyce Jean Priefert. Fifth Row: Ernest Pryor, LaDon Pullen, Patricia Quillin, Larry Racunas, Judy Ragland, Sue Rambo, Maxine Ramey, Bob Ravenscraft, Doris Records, Marvin Reese, Vernon Register, Don Rey, William Rhinehart, Doris Rhoad, Samuel Rice. Sixth Row: Donna Richcreek, Jo Richesson, Carol Ann Rick, Garnett Ridenhour, Norman Ridenour, John Rldelfy Stacia Ridgway, Gary Rigby, Luther Roasa, Olga Rodriguez, Claude Roe, Phyllis Romig, Donna Rose, Max Rose, Dwayne Ruggles. Seventh How: Jon Runge, Larry Rutter, William Ruwwe, Alfred Salmon, Kenneth Sapp, Larry Sapp, Lilia Savopoulou, James Scamman, Robert Schaffer, Martha Scheib, Gwendolyn Schenck, Don Schlup, J Jay Schmidt, Kenneth Schmohe. 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Sixth Row: Robert Trutzel, Sally Turner, Eleanor Unruh, Dorcas Vanderau, Barbara Vanneman. Albert Van Winkle, Elira Vargas, Janet Vedder, Violet Viebrock, Anthony Viessman, Virginia Volmert, Ronald Wade, Ruth Walker, Marjorie Waller. Seventh Row: Barbara Walters, Janice Walters, Faye Watson, Carol Weddle, Barbara Wells, Larry Wells, Larry Wertz, Mike Wertz, Blaine White, John Paul White, John Wesley White, Juanita White, Robert White, Marcia Whitton, Gary Wickliffe. Eighth Row: Danny Widder, Eric Wieligman, James Wiley, James Wilson, Richard Wilson, Forrest Williams, Joe Williams, Lois Williams, Ronnie Williams, John Willis, Donald Winfrey, Herschell Winfrey, Bill Wingfield, Jewel Winingham, Norbert Wirths. Ninth Row: Jo Ann Wittman, Edward Wonderly, Fred Wood, Delbert Woodworth, Sharon Woody, Clinton Wooldridge, John Wright, Nancy Wubbenhorst, Lewanna Yates, Sang Bin Yim, Charles Young, Byung Pal Yu, Willy Zamora, Donna Ziegler, Mary Lou Zimmerschied. 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' 1, ' ' 1 1 ' -5, 1 3 . . -. - . , 1, -X X ,- , . 1 1, . , - Q' . . N Av ' ' ' " '1 -. ' . .' p n I 1 -. 9 --1 - . - .1 up 4 .5 . . 1- . - o .g',' .' .1 .,, -, J 0 . , .A , , , 1 R . ,. :.-. .. . . . A - i . pr , - 1 Q' f . - 5 ' . - . - 0. Q' , - N a - . .- -- Q 'P ' - . Q , l Q L: ' A . S . J QQ' ' O . . -' D 2 I '1 5 Q 4 ' 5 Yi A 3 ' ' , s ' 3 0 . 1 4 1 4 Q , Q . I 1 1 . n' l ' Q u ' i hi Q' . ifal , 4' HL." 'sl Leadership, scholarship, citizenship, contributions to educational and extra-curricular activities, and promise of future service to business and society are all marks of the thirty CMSC students who were chosen to appear on the pages of WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES FOR 1956-57. Liahona Fellowship, Alpha Phi Delta, PEM club, WRA, and Dolphins all claim the talents of GLO- RIA ALLEN. Gloria, who hails from Escatowpa, Mississippi, is a physical education major and a home economics major. A busy Miss from Independence, JANIS AL- LEN has participated in Cosmopolitan club, Inter- national Relations club, WSGA, Liahona Fellow- ship, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, and was in the Hall of Recognition. "Mr, President" is a title often applied to ART ANTON in his capacity of SGA head. In addition to this distinct contribution to CMSC life, Art participated in- the- Veteran's Organization. He comes from Sedalia and is a geography major. ELIZABETH BAILE, recipient of outstanding honors as a freshman, belonged to Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Church of the Brethren Fel- lowship, College 4-H Club, and served as president of SCA. Phi Sigma Pi, Pi Kappa Delta, International Re- lations club, forensics, and a Religious Emphasis Week Committee are all among the activities of DONALD BARNES, a social studies major from Sedalia who has also appeared in the Hall of Recog- nition. BONNIE BEISSENHERZ, a pert elementary education major and music minor from Concordia, has added to the life of CMSC through her con- tributions ,to Orchesis and Pi Kappa Sigma. She has also been in the Hall of Recognition and was a Homecoming Princess. With a flair for administration, JOHN BELSHE of Marshall has served as president of Kappa Sigma Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, and Inter-fraternity coun- cil. A biology major and chemistry minor, he has also belonged to Outing club. A two-time recipient of the MIAA singles tennis championship and the Phil Dynan sports trophy, NORMAN BROOKS holds membership in M club, PEC, Phi Sigma Epsilon and Inter-fraternity coun- cil. He has also found time to serve as president of his sophomore class and as sports editor of THE STUDENT' 1 ' Coming to CMSC from Independence, GRACE CLARK, a social studies major, has participated in WSGA, Cosmopolitan club, FTA, Alpha Phi Sig- ma, International Relations club, served as presi- dent of Kappa Delta Pi and been in the Hall of Recognition. CAROLYN DENNEY of Deepwater has been a member of WSGA, Alpha Phi Delta, and the RHETOR staff. This art major and English minor has, in addition, served well as president of Beta Alpha and Dolphins and as secretary of Kappa Delta Pi. Claimed by the social science divisions, KEN- NETH DICKSON of Warrensburg held positions as a counsellor of Diemer Hall, as President of Tau Kappa Epsilon, and as a member of Phi Sigma Pi. He has also earned a place in the Hall of Recogni- tion CHARLENE EZELL has assigned her talents to Yeater-Todd Glee club, Methodist Student Move- ment, Sigma Sigma Sigma, has served as president of ACE and as business manager of the RHETOR, and was lauded in Honors Convocation and the Hall of Recognition. CMSC's band, choir, Inter-fraternity council, the Baptist Student Union and the Dockery Four have all received the enthusiastic boosting of BILL GRACE, a geography major and music minor who has been Crescendo club and Phi Sigma Epsilon prexy. WSGA, Alpha Phi Delta, Todd Hall Council, and the presidency of Delta Zeta are among the CMSC institutions which have derived many bene- fits from the contributions of DONNA HALL. Donna is from Clinton and an elementary major. A busy campus figure, BILL HAMMOND, was president of Pi Kappa Delta and SCA, general chairman of Religious Emphasis Week, past editor of the RHETOR, and was a member of Cosmo- politan club, International Relations club and CMSC's debate team. Membership in Newman club, WSGA, SGA, and Commerce club and a position as past Alpha Phi Delta head, are all marks of DOROTHY CRETZ- MEYER HEIMER. Mrs. Heimer, a secretarial science major, has been in Honors Convocation and the Hall of Recognition. SHIRLEY HENRY has energetically contrib- uted her ability to such CMSC causes as FTA, Outing club, WSGA, Pep club, SCA, DSF, Delta Zeta, and student center committees. Shirley, an elementary education major was also president of Todd Hall. A major in chemistry, a minor in math, presi- dency of Kappa Mu Epsilon and the vice-presi- dency of Physical Science Club have received the energy and skill of DENNIS HOUGH. GERALDINE MAIER has participated in Com- merce club, Pi Omega Pi, Aloha Phi Delta and has served as secretary and president of Gamma Delta and as reporter of SCA. She has also received ac- clamation in the Hall of Recognition and at Hon- ors Convocation. Awarded a position in the Hall of Recognition, RAY NIEMEIER has contributed a great deal to Phi Sigma Epsilon, Beta Alnha, and RHETOR staff, and band. Ray, an art major and English minor, was also secretary of the Diemer Hall Ad- visory Board. A participant in Sigma Zeta. Science club. Alpha Phi Delta, SCA. and DSF. ELEANOR OZIAS is a chemistry major and math minor. This CMSC co-ed hails from Centerview. An accounting major from Kansas City. DON PLOEGER has given much to CMSC life through his positions as president of Alpha Phi Omega, vice- president of SGA, secretary of Sigma Tau Gamma, and a member of Commerce club. her talents to udent Move- , as president e RHETOR, ion and the- nity council, Jockery Four ting of BILL ic minor who ,gma Epsilon -Iall Council, e among the I many bene- JNA HALL. intary major. MOND, was CA, general Q, past editor r of Cosmo- s club and fA, SGA, and st Alpha Phi HY CRETZ- a secretarial Convocation :ally contrib- ISGS as FTA, , DSF, Delta s. Shirley, an I president of math, presi- he vice-presi- I received the -I. :ated in Com- Delta and has Gamma Delta J received ac- and at Hon- Recognition, great deal to id RHETOR and English mer Hall Ad- :e club. Aloha DR OZIAS is This CMSC s City. DON I life through I Omega, vice- Tau Gamma, I , I --- .L , . - --....f,.-, .-f........ ..AhA,hh..4n.u-fvv:gL1.2..'4E,Ll.-may -4-i-AMW T, ,., ' J. CLORIA ALLFN , , JANIS ALLEN AR FHUR ANTON ELIZABETH BAILE DONALD BARNES BONNIE BEISSENHERZ JOHN BET-SHE NORMAN BROOKS GRACE CLARK CAROLYN DENNEY KENNETH DICKSON UHARLENE EZELL 2 I BILL GRACE DONNA HALL BU-L HAMMOND DOROTHY CRETZMEYER HEIMER SHIRLEY HENRY DENNIS HOUGI-I ff! 176 f Qfyqffiwf 1 - 2 .f .- j,.:,:. , f 9 "-, ,f,, 4 ,, ,,,. f .rr.r. I i.. ,.4iii:'2ii-',,:I, , ., ,-h"'- 1 2 'L 1 -Q I f 21 ' 1 1 , ,, noun 9,5-.751 ' -,I -f, -,I-H, ,'-7,-f 2' if 2. ',:,. GFRALDINE MAIER RAY NIEMEIER ww ELEANOR OZIAS JIM RUSH DICK SCHROMM CAROL NVATLING NVEIR DON PLOEGER GFNE I-'LOWMAN XVIII RIVKMAN , Mg-1, gg..- DEAN XVELI 9 MARCARE I' X EATE9 lg F- ,qs- yy- . ALPHA PHI DELTA This organization is an honor society established for the purpose of recogniz- ing scholarship and promise of profes- sional service of young women. They are sponsors of an annual scholarship and held initiation of new members in the spring. President, Barbara Schondelmey- er, vice-president, Charlene Twente, sec- retary-treasurer, Patricia Edson. Back Row: V. Reinsch, M. Hinnah, C. Twente, B. Laswell, S. Harlan, J. Linder, E. Guenther, R. Waters. Third Row: B. Paxton, M. Werner, S. Hughes, Z. Tay- lor, C. Eves, R. Buhler, L. Nahm. Sec- ond Row: P. Edson, J. Stucker, B. Swopes, L. Jaeger, K. Kruger, A. Corn. First Row: M. Grider, E. Achelpohl, J. Keithley, N. Culbertson, S. Kirkpatrick. Back Row: K. Bosler, K. Jordan, C. Goetz, M. Smith, K. Pickering, M. O'Neil, P. Allison, W. Pressly. Third Row: C. Needles, M. Bullock, M. Allen, C. Wilkey, E. Deuschle, E. Baile, M. Baile, L. Nahm. Second Row: G. Allen, C. Bauer, L. Ekstam, H. Schlichter, J. Gregory, J. Maier. First Row: B. Thor- burn, M. Byrd, C. Denney, N. White, B. - . - Schondelmeyer. ALPHA PHI SIGMA The membership of this group remains open to those students who were high school valedictorians and salutatorians. The Epsilon chapter sponsored a Christ- mas party, spring banquet and various monthly programs and lectures. Presi- dent, Maxine Hinnah: vice-president. Tom Giltnerg secretary-treasurer, Yvonne Leach. Standing, Back Row: C. Jent, L. Good- Z" TK :"1 .4 . . ' 1 1' P v. Q 4 ' A gas:-L 2 Q ',' , ifnfi 'S+ Q- A sf Y , g . ' 0 Q ,4 ,'5 . o 0 . v 'QM A - 'S 1 Uv - 'l . I all, T. Giltner. Second Row: J. Gibson, ' 0. f P. Haase, S. Shelton, B. VVells, D. Lynde, " " dw - , ' B. Paxton, J. Lindaman, M. Keseman. ' .- Seated: E. Barnett, D. Goodenough. Y. Ent, C. Bauer, Y. Leach. E. Bailer, M. Hinnah. I Ngviwyf if -' r 1 I . 'Tiff I .. ,. .,-' DELTA an honor society pose of recogniz- romise of profes- women. They are l scholarship and members in the ara Schondelmey- lene Twente, sec- ia Edson. h, M. Hinnah, C. Harlan, J. Linder, s. Third Row: B. . Hughes, Z. Tay- r, L. Nahm. Sec- ., J. Stucker, B. Kruger, A. Corn. , E. Achelpohl, J. Ln, S. Kirkpatrick. er, K. Jordan, C. Q. Pickering, M. W. 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L ,-.f s 'tix 1 1-fsiial ' 7 ij .I If l ll' E ' 4 ' fi ' 54 I lffi. , lf: 4... li?" 54, ll Vi I I ,. l ' .I , 1 if f w il "l 54974 V , 'Q ul , ll I- ll fwflfzf ,l'ff'l5:' 1 I lv lf lr-f l E K... ,M f., . ' 1 MZ I l T? .Q , 1. l . 4 I1. l W M if,'lf V .um lwf on 4 Ep IM " 1 , 'le' l l 1 il ' ll ' ll ,, I-i lf? l 2 r 25 i , l 'aj IJ l 537 Y flilf I JI!! ' ' l .fat f 'Aff fs ." l A r 1 114.47411 4-122: . Mem0rz'al Chapel , ' f XX! X The fourth minds of the s' of spiritual en Dr. William X tist Church, William Easto McAuliffe of 1 of Kansas Citj Ritchie, execu Council of Cl vocations duri "The Bomb tl by Leonard 1 ligious Emph broader unde' forums, bull room visitatic moted the wee services, the 1 memorial chal 76 V24 an z,!. 2 f . 2 ,N mu One of the highlights of the year was the dedica- tion of the AlumniMemorial Chapel April 9. The cornerstone of the 390,000-building was laid October 2 in ceremonies presided over by President W'arren Lovinger and Harold M. Jayne, A.F. and A.M. of Missouri. Gifts and donations from alumni and friends provided funds for the chapel which is a memorial to all who served in the Armed Forces in World War II and the Korean VVar. The first of many weddings was scheduled for May 19 in the chapel which also includes classroom and library facilities. Week in the 1 book exhibit cordia Publis "Find Your Pa discussion. Students RGII' The fourth R, Religion now lives in the minds of the students of CMSC after a week of spiritual emphasis on the campus led by Dr. William Vaught of the Immanuel Bap- tist Church, Little Rock, Arkansas, Mrs. William Easton, a trained sociologistg Father McAuliffe of the diocese confraternity work of Kansas City, and The Reverend A. Greig Ritchie, executive secretary of the Missouri Council of Churches. Featuring three con- vocations during the week, a play entitled "The Bomb that Fell on America," written by Leonard Goodall, highlighted the Re- ligious Emphasis program. Leading to a broader understanding of all faiths, coffee forums, bull sessions, fireside chats, class- room visitations, and vesper services pro- moted the weekls purposes. One of the vesper services, the first service to be held in the memorial chapel, set '57 Religious Emphasis Week in the annals of CMSC history. The book exhibit was again provided by Con- cordia Publishing Company of St. Louis, I Y E : 1,4 AJ AM A. I.LA-M.-B-,:.L5gl.!n.i.sJf--1. ':e:..i L alia,-:ai "f"5!5"' ' -1------ - ious Emphasis Week and Mr. Gary Klammer was the representa- tive who brought one of the finest book ex- hibits ever on the Central State campus. The week was coordinated under the direc- tion of Miss Helen Gilbert, director of social activities at CMSC. e year was the dedica- l Chapel April 9. The ilding was laid October 1- by President Warren yne, A.F. and Of Jns from alumni .and the chapel which is .3 n the Armed Forces 1l'1 ean War. The first Of ed for May 19 Q11 the classroom and library un.. 1. I , "Find Your Partner" was the topic for the REW pan discussion. ' Students view books on display in the Sflldelit C93 11 1 11 .11 :E1 ij1 iii 1 W 1 , 1 V.. ' 33' 1 .cz ,f f,, e., if 1 ,,. .. .5 V . r,-.5 Q 1 ig 11 1 1 1' 1 - 5 1 ,, 1 1. f 1 M3311 1 g' , ' 111 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 , 1 1 'W 1 1 1:4 .,-4.4 1 E 1. 'f-' 1 1 1 IP . 1 1 zzi ta -, 1 1 '11, 1 1 ,N 51211 7. 1 In L 11 1 . 11 1 1 1 11? ,112 tf 1, 1 '4- f f.-. Q51 'Qi i i,f,f'1 ,X ' 11-re 5,3151 , Wy, X. , 11,3 1, .1 ,I 111 2,2 '1 111- ilfx 1 14.5 3? 1.x : V, , 1 .- ' , 1 .T 1 , V, ,115 125. 'x 1i ,fg11f 322-13 li V' . 1 P- 1 i ' -. .33 .ar ,,, W, - -1-.. ,Q Y . . . .-.. ... BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The BSU serves as the link between the church and the college student, pro- viding a home away from home with a spiritual outlook and dedication to the service of God, BSU sponsors an Inter- national banquet, spring banquet, week day vespers, house decorations, and spring retreat. President, Harold Myersg vice-president, Ann Hallg secretary, An- na Lee. Back Row: T. Christian, L. Swope, C. Weddell, A. Moon, H. Kirts, J. Vedder, A. Henson. Fourth Row: P. Kepley, C. Narramore, M. Bowers, F. Schooling, L. Dunaway, C. Ballah, L. Hess, Rev. Rob- ert Meads. Third Row: B. Walter, K. Rogers, J. Scott, B. Akers, B. Eversole, D. Campbell, L. Schwartz, R. Mclntire, Rev. Earnest Vfaite. Second Row: A. Hall, G. McClure, J. Myers, J. Stan- brough, D. Harlan, J. Angell, M. Web- ster, M. Kelly, G. Funamura, Dr. Eliza- beth Rutherford. First Row: R. Hamp- ton, K. Henley, N. Backham, M. Mays, H. Myers, Mrs. C. Hutcherson tasst. dir.l, Dr. C. Hutcherson Cstu. dir.D, J. Smith, G, Billings. CANTERBURY CLUB The Canterbury Club purpose to foster Religious service to church and school brings these students together each week. The organization sponsors a chili supper, chow mein supper, steak fry, anda talk by Miss Marie Todd. This group is host to the Missouri Valley Canterbury Club. President, Roberta Harvey, vice-presi- dent, Frank Freeman1 secretary, Mark Cikeg treasurer, Keyes Fletcher. Back Row: E. Buse, K, Fletcher, J. Reed, L. Eiker, J. VValler, D. Hensley, First Row: A. Sadler, S. Meek, J. Counts, M, Anderson, L. Smith, R. Harvey, M. Cike, Dr. Fred Picket. 78 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION The SCA purpose to form a fellow- ship and cooperative spirit between the nine churches of Warrensburg brings this group together each month. SCA spon- sors Religious Emphasis Week, noon day devotions and selling of CMSC decals. President. Elizabeth Baile, vice-president, Pat Goodall, secretary-treasurer, Louise Borchersg reporter, Betty Walther. Back Row: E. Spain, D. Nahm, D. Barnes, L. Goodall. Second Row: B. Hammond. M. Baile, H. Gilbert. First Row: L. Anders, M. Bullock, L. Smith, E. Baile. DISCI FI The Discipl pose to grow i service among them together tion sponsors congress, Chrif el workday. P vice-president, tary-treasurer, Back Row: J. Unnewehr, P. VVinkle, Dr. Ii ond Row: E. K T. Christophe L. Savopoulou First Row: O. Butts, D. Bea M. Mote. GAB The Gamma tain Christian service among these students Beta Eta Char Homecoming t midwestern reg vention. Presic vice-president, Elizabeth Ach Hink. Back Row: D. B. VValther, C. Kruger, K. St Kruger. Seconz Maier, R. M1 Row: E. Achel L. Jaeger. LIAHON! The Liahona comes together purpose to foste moral. spiritual ment by fellow Youth sponsor rides. Bible stu per and spring Scott: vice-presi retary. Lois Stul Paul. Back Rout B. Arnold. Fourth i1Gld. D. Ring, Spillman. M. St field. Third Roz. FII. Scherer. Sect gondit. B, Eag Scott. E. Spain. C. Sutton. L. S Balm. I l I K .f j ..Ap- ..- .- . DISCIPLE STUDENT FELLOWSHIP The Disciple Student Fellowship pur- pose to grow in Christian knowledge and service among Christian students brings them together each week. This organiza- tion sponsors a hayride, fall retreat, fall congress, Christmas caroling and a Chap- el workday. President, John Chronisterg vice-president, Oraleen Glispeyg secre- tary-treasurer, Shirley Lininger. Back Row: J. Chronister, A, Bartlett, F. Unnewehr, P. Osborne, L. Eiker, F. Van Winkle, Dr. Nahm, Rev. Woodruff. Sec- ond Row: E. Ozias, N. Binder, C. Steele, T. Christopher, E. Liming, E. Kimball L. Savopoulou, P. Romig, D. Chronister First Row: O. Glispey, J. Blackburn, B Butts, D. Beall, M. Whitton, C. Rinee M. Mote. Q 1 GAMMA DELTA The Gamma Delta purpose to main- tain Christian knowledge and Christian service among Lutheran Students brings these students together each week. The Beta Eta Chapter sponsors a work day, Homecoming float, and is host to the midwestern region Gamma Delta Con- vention. President, Charles Keseman, vice-president, LeAnn Jaeger, secretary, IEIl.izlabeth Achelpohlg treasurer, Roger 1n . Back Row: D. Braatz Cfaculty advisorb, B. Walther, C, Keseman. Third Row: M. Kruger, K. Sthmohe, M. Keseman, K. Kruger. Second Row: R. Eicksteadt, G. Maier, R. Mann, R. Northern. First Row: E. Achelpohl, P. Haase, R. Hink, L. Jaeger. LIAHONA FELLOWSHIP The Liahona RLDS student league comes together every two weeks with a purpose to foster, promote, and stimulate moral, spiritual and intellectual develop- ment by fellowship and service. These youth sponsor noon-day devotions, hay- rides, Bible study series, pan-cake sup- per and spring banquet. President, Ted Scott, vice-president, Eldred Spain, sec- getary, Lois Stubblefieldg treasurer, Joan aul. Bach Row: B. Vickery, F. Weddle, J. Arnold. Fourth Row: P. Winans, G. Sco- field, D. Ring, J. Paul, S. Lyon, B. Spillman, M. Schall, T. Scofield, L. Sco- field. Third Row: P. Moore, L. Johnson, T. Scherer. Second Row: T. Kernple, K. Condit, B. Eaggert, G. Stubblefield, T. Scott, E. Spain. First Row: G. Meadows, E. Sutton, L. Stubblefield, C. Park, H. altz. in ,,., M., , ,,.. -.-,ahlmz-i..-,,-, -'-rf 3225- ff,,,,,.,, .,,. , .,.N. . , ,, I i l "' M! METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT The MSM purpose to provide fellow- ship and opportunities for spiritual growth for the Methodist students brings these persons together each week. The organization sponsors hayrides, chili sup- pers, an annual Thanksgiving banquet, and spring outing. President, Leonard Goodall, vice-president, Yvonne Leach: secretary, Edith Stallingg social chair- man, Carol Wilkey. Back Row: P. McCandless, W. Stephens, Rev. R. N. Arbough. Third Row: D. Barnes, J. Scamann, F. Perry. L. Gar- ner, F. Crawford. Second Row: L. Good- all, E. Stalling, C. Wilkey, E. Toepfer, A. Ritter, K. Mohn, L. Mohn, First Row: H. Thomson, M. Lowry, R. Bonar, V. Kincaid, B. Dodge, B. Hammond. NEWMAN CLUB The Catholic Fellowship purpose to foster Religious, cultural and social ac- students brings tivities among Catholic these students together each week. The organization sponsors an all-school dance, a hayride, chili supper, and a Day of Tom Giltnerg Recollection. President, vice-president, Herman Oligschlaeger: secretary-treasurer, Judith Ann Watson. Back Row: Father L. W. Burk, H. Olig- schlaeger, L. Mohatt, T. Giltner, J. Ca- rew. Second Row: P. Thomas, A. Thom- as, A. Marx, C. Ryan, C. Flynn, Mi Starr. First Row: L. Bauerle, J. Swen- son, M. Shehan. VVESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP The Westminster Fellowship purpose to promote an aggressive Christian char- acter brings these students together each week. The organization sponsors parties, hayrides, and chili suppers. Moderator. Bob Browning: vice-moderator, Charlene Twenteg secretary, Donna Marshall. Back Row: K. Brownfield, Bl. Hemphill. R. Buhler, M. VVarner, C. Needles. D. Marshall, G. Rigby. Second Row: Rev. Stevenson, W. Amos, H. Hocking, L. Andrews tsponsorj. First Row: B. Cur- tis, P. Lovinger, M. Bullock, R. Moore. KX! if . wx .' J. ' I' . . 5 g , . 2 s . 0 Q .I 'Q 0 0 .-at '. , o fl, 1 ll , Q x n- 1 rw - , . Kg - Lo . . : ra fi V., 0 - . ."4' I rf - .sf Q Og NQQA, I-q r X -fx, Q, Q I , Q 1 ENT provide fellow- ies for spiritual students brings week. The chili sup- banquet, Leonard t, Yvonne Leach: ing: social chair- iless, W. Stephens, Third Row: D, F. Perry, L. Gar- nd Row: L. Good- ilkey, E. Toepfer, Mohn. First, Row: fry, R. Bonar, V. Hammond. W CLUB owship purpose to ural and social ac- wlic students brings ier each week. The an all-school dance, per, and a Day of ent, Tom Giltnerg nan Oligschlaegerg udith Ann Watson. . W. Burk, H. Olig- , T. Giltner, J. Ca- Thomas, A. Thom- yan, C. Flynn, M. , Bauerle, J. Swen- I FELLOWSHIP Fellowship purpose 'ssive Christian char- udents together each .ion sponsors parties, suppers. Moderator, -moderator, Charlene Donna Marshall. infield, M. Hemphill, rner, C. Needles, D. . Second Row: Rev. los, H. Hocking, L. First Row: B. Cur- . Bullock, R. Moore. 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J The agriculture department gives students op- portunity not only to absorb printed material in the classroom about soil, crops and livestock, but provides the chance to actually put into laboratory practice on the college farm what they have learned. The Agriculture Club represents up-and-coming students interested in extending their professional development. Creative-and-blooming artists are instructed in the history, form and how to's of art. Constructive criticism from professors points up new ideas and stimulates imagination and originality. Live models add interest for these young artists of tomorrow whose work can be seen displayed in the art build- ing. Beta Alpha, honorary art organization, culti- gates choice and expression of art among its mem- ers. Tempting odors often waft down to the campus from the kitchens of the home economics depart- ment, where students are learning to prepare nutri- tious foods. Homemaking, management, and cloth- ing classes teach girls the necessities of home man- agement and attractiyeg clothing choice. Colhecon, and cien ce an organization for any student enrolled in a home economics course, selects a Miss Colhecon each year from the outstanding home economics students. The honor organization, Kappa Omicron Phi, is composed of girls with at least a minor in Home Economics who have a grade average in the upper twenty percent of home economics students. Hammering, sawing, and the buzz of machinery greets one approaching the industrial arts building on the northeast corner of the campus. Woodwork, metalwork, architectural drawing, photography, up- holstering, electricity-these courses are representa- tive of the variety offered in the I.A. department. Stimulation of professional interest and fellowship among student members is the main purpose of the Industrial Arts Club. The wheels of the business world of tomorrow are now being educated in the business department. One, two, and four-year programs are offered for students who have varied time limites on educa- tion time. Business administration and business education compose the two-fold purpose of this de- partment. The Commerce Club serves to promote better relationships among business students. Pi Omega Pi, honorary organization, sets up as its purposes to encourage interest and scholarship, to promote ethical standards, and to teach the ideal of service as the basis of all worthy enterprise. BETA ALPHA Beta Alpha, an honorary organization, strives for the cultivation of the appre- ciation and knowledge of its members regarding their choice and expression of art. Their activities during the year were the sale of CMSC desk blotters and homecoming pennants, a Polish poster exhibit and an art exhibit. President, Keith Coxg vice-president, Lois Garner: secretary, Lee Ann Jaegerg treasurer, Mari Prewitt. Standing: L. Garner, R. VVahrenbrock, K. Cox, C. Denney. Seated: C. Koester, L. Jaeger, E. Deuschle, M. Prewitt, L. Lit- tle. CENT RA AGRICUl This club strivs and professional I dents and faculty agriculture. They annual FFA and contests. Presidei president, Allan James Ahleg secr Standing: G. Ri' Bivens, A. Biesrr White. Seated: J Whitsitt, D. Lync COMM This club proi relationship amo Business prograr Commerce Day. stong vice-preside retary-treasurer, Back Row: S. Al er, H. Hodge, J berg, D. Fergusoi C. Casady, L. l Frisch, P. Osbc Sterne. Second Dahms, L. Hac Maier, T. Crabt Row: P. Haase, hauser, M. Crair Back Row: R. I. Phillips, J. Brocl Epps, K. Mark Heidbrier, K. Ku ton, R. Waters, Row: J. Gibson, l K. Chen, L. Guy First Row: M. Schlichter, B. Scl VV. Jackson. S. H led in a home con each year iics students. micron Phi, is .nor in Home in the upper udents. ' of machinery arts building s. Woodwork, tography, up- re representa- . department. .nd fellowship n purpose of of tomorrow s department. re offered for ies on educa- and business Jse of this de- zs to promote students. Pi ets up as its cholarship, to :h the ideal of erprise. JPHA rary organization, ion of the appre- : of its members and expression of ring the year were lesk blotters and a Polish poster exhibit. President, ent, Lois Garnerg Jaeger, treasurer, . Wahrenbrock, K. d: C. Koester, L. I. Prewitt, L. Lit- ' .A-gm..- .L . - CENTRAL MISSOURI AGRICULTURE CLUB This club strives to promote fellowship and professional development among stu- dents and faculty members interested in agriculture. They assisted in conducting annual FFA and vocational agriculture contests. President, Albert Browng vice- president, Allan Biesmeyerg treasurer, James Ahleg secretary, Marvin Whitsitt, Standing: G. Riekhof, B. Hampton, L. Bivens, A. Biesmeyer, F. Unnewehr, C. White. Seated: J. Ahle, R. Young, M. Whitsitt, D. Lynde, J. Brookshier. COMMERCE CLUB This club promotes closer and better relationship among all students in the Business program. They participated in Commerce Day. President, Fergus John- stony vice-president, Ronald Maloneg sec- retary-treasurer, Maxine Hinnah. Back Row: S. Allen, E. Kyser, G. Ying- er, H. Hodge, J. Williams, L. Dusen- berg, D. Ferguson, R. Gard. Third Row: C. Casady, L. Decker, J. Schmitt, F. Frisch, P. Osborne, F. Johnston, L. Sterne. Second Row: J. Renfrow, L. Dahms, L. Hackerott, T. Schupp, G. Maier, T. Crabtree, M. Hinnah. First Row: P. Haase, K. Lacey, J. Nieber- hauser, M. Crain, M. Bea, J. Mayfield. Back' Row: R. Lansford, J. Hooker, A. Phillips, J. Brockman, R. Pritchett,.C. Epps, K. Markwell. Third Row: D. Heidbrier, K. Kuhn, J. Prigeon, B. Pax- ton, R. Waters, G. Sullenger. Second Row: J. Gibson, R. Malone, J. Cowherd, K. Chen, L. Guy, L. Nichols, M. Byrd. Fzrst Row: M. Mote, B. Gorrell, H. Schlichter, B. Schondelmeyer, N. Laber, W. Jackson, S. Hyatt. L-3-ha-Q-i-A---...'-:.rf::f.f.f -:x11!2.0',.,:u :--- eve-.'."-rf: - ..- . ., ua., -4, ... . . . L.. - 1 l i . . .... 11 111 11 11 111 +1 1 111 1 1 1 W! COLHECON Plf ' Colhecon functions to promote and Pi Umpga Pi ,v further an interest in home economics. H - - 1g The activities in which they participated 5fdm1ai"11iD h . . sent dclfgatcs to 11 were a UNESCO Silver Tea and a wwe hogs tothe 11 Christmas bazaar. Professional home dm -, 1 . . . s rict teachers tg' economists were invited to several meet- annual magazine H ings, President, Celia Steeleg v1ce-pres1- Spring picnic ill g dent, Ann McCurdyg secretary, Elaine Qille-megldent' '- ii Wylieg treasurer, June Davis. irgasurekv Gefall Back Row: L. Baker, E. Fitzgerald, L. ,. . Huenefeid, C. Burns,.M. Aithoff, s. Lin- gfjQfl,fgl'J Ifffog 1 inger, S. Harlan. Thzrd Row: C. Steele, Second jgeoll.. B 1, J. Hinote, B. Reed, B. Hackman, D. Lacev G Maier If, Goodenough, N. Osborn. Second Row: R Waiterg First ij, 1? 11 B. Bonner, D. Apsher, J. Davis, S. Shel- J' Allen Ba fjlj ton, S. Turner. First Row: 'M. Webster, Dahl P 'Edgon fi "1 B. LaRue, D. Beal, S. Sevier. ' ' ' . .1 ,ff 'ET 1 H, 1? 1 'q'. 1' INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB g 5 The IAC, membership open to those , students and faculty members interested 1 1 in industrial arts, attempts to promote p.1 1 1 fellowship and professional development 1 ' in its field. The club held a spring pic- 1 nic, took field trips, and entered a float 1 1 in the Homecoming parade. President, Dean Wellsg vice-president, Leroy Mc- . l.,., I b ' Laughling secretary, Don Ross: treasurer, 1 ' 11 " Bob Moore. 1 1 ,AJ. Back Row: M. Steinmeyer, B. Moore, Q 11 D. McKinzie, C. Buhlig, L. Chamberlain, ' 1 R. Hink, G. Alderman, D. Gardner, L. ' 1 Schumaker. Fourth Row: C. Marcott, T. 1421 1 1 ' 1 M1 1 1 1! 1 1 1 1 M1 1 11 1 ali! hw 1 f.:f'1 ,1 . . i. "3 ' Gaines, M. Grlnstead, D. Ross, G. M. 1 11 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I1 1 1 r1 I 511 11, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 : It 1 1 1 1 Harper, G. Harper, R. Goetz, R. Smith. 'fr 1 Third Row: G. Wickliffe, C. Thomson, ' J. Grainger, D. Hobbs, N. Griswold, S. '1 Sieger, C. Keseman, M. Jenkins. Second l 1 1 Row: T. Haubein, E. Roberts, H. Thom- 1 9571 X. son, D. Ziegler, K. Goodrich, P. Osborne, 3 L. McLaughlin, D. Wells. First Row: J. ,g 1 Arterburn, C. Arterburn, C. Roe. J. Hen- non, H. Wastell. ' Vayvg 1 Emmi 1 smallez 9 - E 1 1 ' 1 1 study , .ff . 1 1 ,, 1 ,-g .N .1 1 KAPPA oMICRoN PHI A national honorary professional fra- ternity, this group strives to develop ' women with higher ideals and a deeper 1 appreciation of home and family living. The events of Beta chapter included the 1 observance of Founders Day. initiating of new members, Christmas cards and methoc 1 1 1 stationery sales and professional meet- 1 '. , . 1 1 1 3 ings throughout the year. President. El- sie Kipp: vice-president, Betty LaRue: secretary. Celia Steele: treasurer. Sandy - Harlan. l '1 V Slarzdingz F. VVinzenried. L. Baker. E. . Rutherford. Seated: A. McCurdy. C. .ff 1 Steele, G. Livingston. S. Harlan, J. Davis. 1 .2 1 1 L- J, CON to promote and home economics. they participated lver Tea and a Jfessional home d to several meet- Steeleg vice-presi- secretary, Elaine Davis. E. Fitzgerald, L. MI. Althoff, S. Lin- d Row: C. Steele, B. Hackman, D. irn. Second Row: J. Davis, S. Shel- Row: M. Webster, . Sevier. ARTS CLUB hip open to those nembers interested :empts to promote sional development held a spring pic- ind entered a float parade. President, sident, Leroy Mc- 'on Ross: treasurer, imeyer, B. Moore, ig, L. Chamberlain, in, D. Gardner, L. ow: C. Marcott, T. l, D. Ross, G. M. L. Goetz, R. Smith. zliffe, C. Thomson, ms, N. Griswold, S. VI. Jenkins. Second Roberts, H. Thom- iodrich, P. Osborne, tells. First Row: J. irn, C. Roe, J. Hen- CRON PHI ry professional fra- strives to develop deals and a deeper i and family living. hapter included the er's Day, initiating iristmas cards and professional meet- year. President, El- lent, Betty LaRue1 eg treasurer, Sandy iried, L. Baker, E. A. McCurdy, C. S. Harlan, J. Davis. .....-,.. -.- -.-.... ..-.......,,,,.,..J,mW, -'fgzguv-.1-1.5-5-: .i-rfsaf..L .-..-. . .L i PI OMEGA PI Pi Omega Pi promotes interest and scholarship in business education. They sent delegates to the national Convention, were hosts to the business teachers at the district teachers meeting. published the annual magazine. POP Corn. and held a spring picnic. President. Janis Allen: vice-president. Jim Hodge: secretary- treasurer. Geraldine Maier. Bac-lr Row: R. Lansford, M. Hinnah, W. Sparling, J. Hodge, W. Means, F. Novak. Scronrl Row: B. Lansford, S. Hyatt, K. Lacey, G. Maier. P. Kettinger, D. Renno, R. Waters. First Row: B. Schondelmeyer, J. Allen, E. Baile, M. Byrd, E. Achel- pohl, P. Edson. Examining wheat types down to the smallest factor, agriculture students study hows and whys of modern growing methods. 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' ' 2 II s O ' Q - D ' , ' ' , ..'q I Ix - ' X .0 ' tl' I A - O ' s , - - , I I I . 1 - - ' - ' 8 , " g' .- ' 0 ul n - I , I ".-C , '-:.-M "15a.A3v""',...n I.- I ' .Ln Educational Thcor Well-known to CMSC students majoring in edu- cation, is the division of educational theory and practice. Preparation' of good teachers is the goal of this division which includes such courses as his- tory of education, elementary and high school ad- ministration, psychology, tests and measurements and audio-visual education. Also included are meth- ods and practice teaching which reveal effectively the' preparatory courses that have prepared the student teachers. A wide variety of service programs is offered to area schools. One example of these services is the guidance counseling program. Under this plan high school guidance directors receive advice and assist- ance- from a CMSC staff member. Library science offers practical courses in the functions of a library for future librarians. Prac- tical experience, similar to practice teaching, is one of the courses extended to students in this field. and Practice From Movies, slides, filmstrips, recorders, and tape re- corders are available through the audio-visual serv- ice of the education department. These services are available not only to the campus, but a film rental service is offered to the entire area. Practice teaching-anticipated by many stu- dents on this campus is available on campus or off campus. Most students prefer to do their practice teaching on campus at the laboratory school. Classes of special teaching methods are held during this period of the student's scholastic career, thus receiving practical assistance at the time he needs it most. Organizations of the educational department are: Future Teachers of America, Association for Childhood Education, and Kappa Delta Pi, a na- tional honor fraternity. These organizations pro- vide further opportunity for fellowship and growth in professionalism among CMSC education majors. - ASSOCIATION FOR Glispey. A CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ACE works for the education and well- being of elementary school age children and encourages growth and cooperation in this field. They were hosts to the state conven- tion of their organization which was held in the spring. President, Mari Prewittg vice- president. Marjorie Bullock: secretary, Marilyn Grider: treasurer, Oraleen Glispey. Baci: Row: L. Hough, I. Thomas, M. Pre- witt, Z. Taylor, M. Hewitt, K. Ranson. Sec- ond Row: M. Bullock, L. Marcks, K. Kru- ger, N. Culbertson, M. Nelson. First Row: S. Henry, M. Grider, B. Beissenherz, O. FUTURE Ai FTA operates t ideals and ethics and to interest yi education as a ca the planning of A President, Jerry Grace Clarkg secre urer, Sarah Brocl v Back Row: R. W Hinnah, B. Moors Jensen, L. Hoke, D. Hobbs. Fourth Patterson, I. Th Riley, Z. Taylor, C. Steele, G. Da Parvin, S. Weyla Stubblefield, K. K tree, C. Haldiman bell, M. Byrd, K Allen, V. Reinscl First Row: C. R5 C. Denney, C. K Hyatt. KAPPf Kappa Delta P: sional, intellectual among its member the field of educat panel discussions a, bers. President, G1 Janis Alleng secr treasurer, Geraldir Back Row: K. Bo: son, G. Clark, VN Hodge. Third Roz A. Corn, Y. Leach ond Row: R. Hen Fowler, E. Baile, Hudson. First Ron G. Ryle, C. Denne PHI Phi Sigma Pi, a men, functions to a Alpha chapter is campus. They sen conclave in the s Kesernan: vice-pre retary-treasurer. 'I Sfanrlingfz K. Carr man, P. McCandle Lynde. I.. Goodall. , and tape re- io-visual serv- se services are a film rental y many stu- campus or off their practice 'atory school. :re held during c career, thus time he needs l department .ssociation for elta Pi, a na- nizations pro- ip and growth cation majors. JN FOR EDUCATION ducation and well- ol age children and cooperation in this 3 the state conven- in which was held Mari Prewittg vice ullockg secretary, rr, Oraleen Glispey. . Thomas, M. Pre tt, K. Ranson. Sec- .. Marcks, K. Kru- Slelson. First Row: 3. Beissenherz, O. 14.5- ..... A., FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FTA operates to stimulate growth ' th in e ideals and ethics of the teaching profession and to interet ' s young men and women in education as a career. They were a part of the planning of American Education Week. President, Jerry Greeng vice-president, Grace Clarkg secretary, Sue Weylandg treas- urer, Sarah Brockman. Back Row: R. Wahrenbrock, K. Lacey, M. Hinnah, B. Moore, D. Hader, G. Clark, K. Jensen, L. Hoke, J. Martin, E. Kennedy, D. Hobbs. Fourth Row: C. McCalmon, D. Patterson, I. Thomas, D. Schlueter, R. Riley, Z. Taylor, C. R. Rinne, J. Carney, C. Steele, G. Daugherty. Third Row: V. Parvin, S. Weyland, B. Sink, D. Ring, L. Stubblefield, K. Kruger, D. York, T. Crab- tree, C. Haldiman. Second Row: C. Camp- bell, M. Byrd, K. Harper, H. Simms, M. Allen, V. Reinsch, B. Halsey, P. Neville. First Row: C. Ryle, R. Bonar M Lowr v - Y, C. Denney, C. Koester, N. Culbertson, S. Hyatt. KAPPA DELTA PI .Kappa Delta Pi encourages high profes sional, .intellectual and personal standards among its members in their contributions in the field of education. They participated in panel discussions and initiating of new mem- bers. President, Grace Clark: vice-president, Janis Allen: secretary Carolyn Den ' , Hey, treasurer, Geraldine Maier. Back Row: K. Bosler, C. Twente, M. John- son, G. Clark, W. Sparling, G. Culp, J. Hodge. Third Row: C. Goetz, C. Needels A. C Y. ' orn, Leach, E. Ozras, J. Belshe. Sec- ond Row: R. Hemphill, R. Scritchfield, B. Fowler, E. Baile, K. Lacey, G. Maier, C. Hudson. First Row: B. Thorburn, J. Allen, G. Ryle, C. Denney. PHI SIGMA PI Phi Sigma Pi, an honorary fraternity for men, functions to advance educational ideals. Alpha chapter is the one located on this campus. They sent delegates to a national conclave in the spring. President, Charles Keseman: vice-president, Jim Hooker: sec- retary-treasurer, Tom Giltner. Standing: K. Carriker, K. Dickson. C. Kese- man, P. McCandless. Scaled: T. Giltner, D. Lyndc, L. Goodall, D. Barnes, B. Hammond. ,.4h5.Ai-1-iz, v::?11"-- f w-.12 D" F., 1 I fa l'. 11 ,uv 1 C '31 W E11 311 l ,1 111 11! ZQI +1 lil 1 I I1 I. 11 lx? .ll ls' 5. 11 y,, 1 1 if I. l il 1 1 ? ll sl e E, ll? Q 1 55, S 45' Nl' 325 l 5?l 1 PM 1' a 1 l all l 15 1 l 1 I l l 'i I i 1 I, If ' Ili l l 1 If 1 1 ll 1y'l H l' l 1 1 l lf W ' X I 1 -- 'I 1 Q I , 1 ra I 1 1, ,- l E , 1 1 ll p 1' El .-.-Chiara,-ff-'-' .. .eg - F, - -,.. ,-..J4 ...1 ---... ,.-. ' lpn" i 5 l E 1 The able library staff assists students to find all types of information. 1 1 ' Education division head, Dr. Marion Schott, and College Laboratory school principal and secretary, Mr. Carl Haldiman, and Mrs. Jeanne Scott coordinate plans. I l 1 l 2: ix K, l 1 15 ,f ll I ll 1 l 1 l l 1 l 1 1 1 l 1 I 1 iF 1 S l 9 O ,, rg, ., , .J A prospective student teacher takes a hearing test. Presenting a reading lesson to 8 first grade class. this student teach- er hegins her career as an educator. . Fa , - if .' '49 . 1 'Q Of I ' , I ' ' get o - 1 ' .O',,. .O. 5 oe-: 80' ' , s 52' ', ?5,l'o 'Q . .',' Sta, 4:-'I Yu. .'..'. :at .f A ,g., ... as o , . . K . O I , ' O.. V 1 I 5 - I S' 7 '- ,il 'sw' ' " " I k ' '.x K' f 0 . . ' - ' svn.. 1 . ,.,,' fy Dis' Q n D lent-Qnw maui' ve student teacher takes est. a reading lesson to 8 zlass, this student teach- er career as an educator. -as. 1" - 1- - -- U.. .... .-5 fha- ----M --.M -sm V-fue!!-K-41151-Q19aaa--,:x.Llll'...".',:,L,,.-, , r "" b f ' V ng-Q V --vrx,-+V , -We , . ,,.,, M QrJL.fZ.'.,, gf L--AVLLEIJO - .I .V I . I. . 1 ' - ' .ll'9.. 00 " ' - .1 0 r - . O 0 .. . A ' . . . Q . . 1 h A . 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Well-known speakers and dramatic groups are brought to the campus through the efforts of the language and literature division. Extra-curricular activities such as 'the college newspaper and year- book are also sponsored by the division. CMSC's best speakers have found their places on the debate team, in the speech correction clinic, and in work of Pi Kappa Delta, honorary speech fraternity. Drama, a time consuming but rewarding activity, has also held a prominent' place in the events of the year. The Sea Gull, five one-act plays, and Sabrina Fair are only a few of the productions of the department. Theta Alpha Phi serves as an honorary drama fraternity. Midnight oil is often seen burning in the win- dows of dockery, where students are endlessly rush- ing to meet deadlines for either THE STUDENT or the RHETOR. Another CMSC gem is CEMOST, creative magazine sponsored by the English depart- ment. Members of the Writers' Club contribute much of the material for CEMOST, however, every- one with ability for creative writing is urged to make contributions. The annual Children's Book Fair and childrenis stories read on the local radio station help round out the activities of this depart- ment. . Within the foreign language department, lively linguists find many ways to enjoy their skills and to share them with others. Highlighting the year for the department was the exotic, well-attended International Bazaar, which was presented with the combined efforts of the Cosmopolitan Club and the Modern Foreign Language Club. COSMOPOLITAN CLUB , 1 Yi S Y Parvis Pezeahgjour. . Y' . . . . r P M. Rivera, R. Vides, M. Milikm, D. Chang. This Club, organized to offer membership to all students of all nations on campus, sponsored an In- ternational Bazaar, Friendship Tea and a Christmas party. President, Angel A. Riverag vice-president, Bill Hammond' secretar Ethel Hi ashi' treasurer, Back Row: W. Zamora, T. Scherer, C. Gonzales, A. Rivera, F. Rojas, J. Scherer, K. Lee, A. Bartlett. Third Row: M. Mirsaidi, O. Rodrigues, H. Diaz, I. Delaziuz, J. Vindas, H. Suazo, K. Rhee. Second Row: K. Chung, R. Bettoni, M. Ugarde, N. Osborn, A. Pambech First Row: C. Perk L. Savo oulou, THETA This is a natic whose purpose is to ticipation in drama sented their annua dent, Al Phillips, Lewis, secretary, Hugh Hocking. Seated: H. Hockii R. Lewis, K. Doss. PI KAP Eta chapter of P to stimulate progres est in intercollegiat sponsored speech 2 attended national cr Hammondg vice-pre Seated: B. Harnmo M. Mustard, D. l Goodall. Selling and dis respective mum 9 2 Cfisiiiopfwlipm CI in the win- ndlessly rush- TUDENT or is CEMOST, nglish depart- b contribute wever, every- is urged to 's Book local radio this depart- lively skills and the year with the Club and the N CLUB 2r membership to all aus, sponsored an In- Tea and a Christmas iverag vice-president, el Higashig treasurer, ierer, C. Gonzales, A. K. Lee, A. Bartlett. Lodrigues, H. Diaz, I- o, K. Rhee. Second . Ugarde, N. Osborn, Perk, L. Savopoulou, n, D. Chang. A - 4-. .- -. - .. .. --. .-.....v.,---uM r5'?.QggFh-. 51:11 ' 1' g. . , ,. Hr.- . I . --M- 'THETA ALPHA PHI This is a national dramatic fraternity whose purpose is to further interest and par- ticipation in dramatic activities. They pre- sented their annual children's show. Presi- dent, Al Phillips vice- reside 3 I p nt, Rozanne Lewisg secretary, Shirley Dentg treasurer, Hugh Hocking. Seatedr H. Hocking, S Dent A. Ph . . , illips, R. Lewis, K. Doss. PI KAPPA DELTA Eta chapter of Pi Kappa Delta functions to stimulate progress and promote an inter- est in intercollegiate public speaking. They sponsored speech activity on campus, and attended national convention. President, Bill Hammondg vice-president, Don Barnes. Seated: B. Hammond, D. Grube, C. Kline M. Mustard, D. Barnes, N. Bashore, Li Goodall. Selling and displaying art objects from their respective countries are these members of the Cosmopolitan Club at the International Bazaar. Faculty and -students plan the '57 CEMOST, a magazine of students origina writings and art work. This series included 'fTwenty-seven Wagons Full of Cottonn directed by Gene Brown, "I Eiemember Mammav directed by Shirley Dent, He Ain t Done Right by Nell," a melodrama directed by Hugh Hockingg f'The Hungerersv directed by Rozanne Lewis, and the "Hour Glass" directed by Gene Plowman. Under the direction of Mr. Doss, the CMSC players pre- sented 'fThe Sea Gulln by Anton Chekov with a cast of fourteen featuring Jerry Green, Tom R31T1qP11S'C,. Lyle. Moneymaker, and Shirley Ebefflllgh in major roles. For the children's Book Fairhmembers of Theta Alpha Phi pre- sented "Alice in Wonderland." The '57 spring presentation was f'Way of the World" by Congreve. 94 Spotlighting the 1956-57 theatrical season, the CMSC Players and drama department staged a number of outstanding productions during the year. Under the direction of Profes- sor Keith Doss, two finished performances of the '56 spring play, "Candida,' by Bernard Shaw, featured a cast including Jerry Green, Shirley Eberting, and Bob Hall. The summer dramatics activities included a series of four one-act plays, three of which were directed by Jerry Green, Iva Nelson, and Ed Schaffer, and featured students in the drama department. Technical directors were J effie Cavanaugh and Dorothy Bierbaum. Behind the footlights for the fall curtain raiser, a cast of fourteen presented an acting rendition of the hilarious comedy "Sabrina Fair" by Samuel Taylor. Rozanne Lewis, Jerry Green and Gene Brown held headlining roles and the play was di- rected by Mr. Doss. Also on the fall drama agenda, a group of five one-act plays were presented and directed hy students in the advanced play production class. J . Q .Q p, :Er-. .0 . r . O. . 4 li 5. 8 . -NIAJ ., g:-- . ,. O . 5, Es' ' .I O iff" 0 ' , , a','- . . 5 ,ng ,. in " l O t + 0'-1.7 0- f g A I, an ,A - L :Q O. ,ol C U ', . 9 for s' 1' "nv P . l,- , s ,r I x N, - rf" e' 'Os o-"' ' 'Q ',,,. 5 ee f Q , .. ' ijt. , 9. :Ska 'v T...- ..- I v -,, - if K -' , .ly cf f A -. , 5 - . 'f 2-fs I4 l I - ,ff.N1ffX3zq lso on the fall drama . mm!-' 57 theatrical season, I drama department tanding productions e direction of Profes- hed performances of andida" by Bernard cluding Jerry Green, b Hall. 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E l V J P: li ll Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Peru 14 Southwestern Sterling 6 Maryville 6 Kirksville 7 Rolla 29 Springfield 0 Cape 21 Pittsburg 28 Department Mules 0 Points Scored 184 Yards Rushing 2,180 Yards Passing 887 First Downs Conference Record: Season Record: Back Row: 1 W. Amos, C. G. Davis. F il Crowder, L. C. Senior, D R. Conn, C. J. Luschen, . Larsen, L. A T. Turk, J. Case, G. Ma: Two poin large barriei ing undispu tle for a twc with Rolla's homecoming Prior to 1 son with a s and came b ting out S01 clash found decision ove winning was ence foe, N Kirksville. October Z ities were u reigning ovi early minut in the end-2 their hopes fensive punc up to the ignited the found them 21 points wx final gun ca on top. This seth with two rn sured of a ' this by shut 14-0 and tl down the I tirst time si State had a Two points were the small mar in but are th The finale of the season found the Pittsburg, Back Row: Coach H. Yinger, Coach L. Harper, Coach F. Leeth, T. Williams, L. Ly , A. Cl k, B. W' f' ld B. K hl W. Amos, Roach, A. Manherst, H.. Winfrey, Coach E. Keth, Coach R. Cundiff, JfeFlourn2y, Head Cgabeh Conier G. Davis. Fifth Row: D. Keck, B. Winnegar, E. Fredricks, A. Fredricks, D. Eberting, D. Endicott, R. Hawthorne, B grcgwder, LD Slgumaker, J. Cummins, D. Baker, A. Simmons, A. Salmons. Fourth Row' B Parks B Barlow J White . onn, . Hinton, B. Miller, E. Nold, J. Mallison, B. Petrie, A. Burnett, J. McFarland, B. ,McFarland. J. Beckham J. Luschen, J. Wilson, B. Gieringer. Second Row: B. Irvin, R. Milberne, B. Cross, B. George, J. Colbern, T. Dowler, L Larsen, L. Adams, B. Fonnel, F. Freeman, G. Augustine, S. Hensley, J. Burgoyne, N. Brooks. Front Row: E. Villines 3. Tuakjd. Northwood, J. Willis, D. Snyder, D. McCormick, T. Aubrey, J. Dauman, T. Nolan, O. Sayles, P. Wulff, B ase, . asters. R. Canrnnc . lair, K. Martin, R. costin, B. Nichols, M. Hyde, R, Guard, M Davis D Cordle 15 Bryant 'Ilhird Row: 1 g 8 large barrier which prevented the Mules from gain- ing undisputed possession and forcing them to set- tle for a two-way split of the conference grid crown with Rolla's Miners who marred the Warrensburg homecoming by this margin. Prior to this, Central State had opened its sea- son with a solid 28-14 thumping of Peru, Nebraska and came back the next week by powerfully shut- ting out Southwestern, Kansas, 27-0. The following clash found the Red and Black pounding out a 24-6 decision over Sterling, Kansas and continuing their winning ways at the expense of their first confer- ence foe, Maryville, 13-6 and a 19-7 drubbing of Kirksville. October 27 arrived and the homecoming festiv- ities were under way with Queen Teiesa Crabtree reigning over the event. That afternoon, in the early minutes of game, the Mules blorked a Rolla in the end-zone for a quick 6-0 lead, cnly to have their hopes dimmed as the consisteni Miner of- fensive punch dominated the remainder of the clash up to the fourth quarter when a sudien spark ignited the hoofs of the Mules into artion and found them blazing through the Rolla defense for 21 points which proved to be not enough as the final gun caught the score at 29-27 with the Miners on top. This setback did not dim the Mule hopes, for with two more conference wins they could be in- sured of a tie for the title. They set about doing this by shutting out the powerful Springfield Bears, 14-0 and then journeying to Cape Girardeau to down the Indians by a 26-21 count, and for the first time since the 1926 season, Central Missouri State had a portion of the MTAA conference title. COACH LEW COMER 'r-'W-7, Kansas Gorillas invading 'Vernon Kennedy field and showing their brute strength to the Mules by winning 28-6. Under the keen thinking and eagle-eye of Head Coach Lew Comer, the Mules fielded a battering ram front line headed by first team all-conference tackle Jack Luschen, Bob Cross, first team all- conference end who was second leading pass re- ceiver during loop action and stalwart Delbert Bryant, second team guard. Stan Hensley led the conference in all-game scor- ing with 42 points and was the number two rusher in the league with an average of 6.42 yards per carry and landed a first-team backfield slot while Norman Brooks and Gene Augustine were nomi- nated to second-team backfield positions. 'gg- wmxfmav -1 94? f i ff xx? w Xxx, 1 ,us ff? fr 1 f ,f,,,,w 2 V .MW ,f gi JST :af :sw , vf U 1 if? ,mf ' 2 2 2 Q Yi' f .64 fm .7 - - I xp, ,xi M -v A iz 1lf ,, 3 ,fi,,Ae1,, It YW 7 ' ' '31 'NAQQ if ' f 1,1 A3 W A ..,, --- 6 MW' if f 12 I -if Back Row: B. Parker, L. Sandbothe, L. Shireman, T. Graham, J. Bischof, L. Wells, D. Whiting. Second Row: Coach L. Comer, D. Russell, D. Widder, A. Pahl, D. Schromm, P. Richardson, J. Fitterling, Coach E. Keth. First Row: A. Crumm, J. Finley, F. Oshel, E. Strange, J. Wilson, K. Vaughn, B. Radel. Mules F Opponents 83 USNAS CMemphis5 45 53 Austin Peay 64 57 Evansville 80 73 Austin Coll. CTeXasJ 82 55 Texas Southern 96 49 Arkansas State 67 66 Kansas City U. 67 91 Ottawa University 101 61 Washburn University 65 72 Lincoln University 63 X70 Mo. School of Mines 67 X43 Southeast Mo. State 70 X71 Northwest Mo. State 62 X53 Southwest Mo. State 51 2358 Southeast Mo. State 54 7572 Northeast Mo. State 64 360 Northwest Mo. State 54 X79 Mo. School of Mines 51 2:66 Southwest Mo. State 61 62 Lincoln University 71 367 Northeast Mo. State 70 fDenotes Conference Games W L Conference Record 3 2 Season's Record 10 11 100 COACH EARL KET!-I DR. LEROY HARPER Athletic Director With a 70-67 loss last encounter of tl State's Mules fell int the MIAA basketbe was the first basketl: had a portion of sii puted possession of After solidly rack at Memphis, Tennes hit a bad slump in t fell victims to the t ville, Austin CTexas State in regularly s University Invitatio State was still unabl machines to click ar Ottawa and Washbl Upon their returr mas vacation, the M thumped the ever r A week later, Ml Warrensburg as they the Miners and th where the hoofs of ti to ward off the Indi At this point of 1 record reading 1 win gineered his charges included Maryville E twice each and Roll: once each. This seven game State cagers with tw tilt at Lincoln U. Whi ville contest which, i them undisputed pot Coach Keth will graduating seniors ii Schrornm who returi 56 all-conference se year letterman. ..4.. 4.. With a 70-67 loss to Kirksville's Bulldogs in their last encounter of the 1956-57 cage season, Central State's Mules fell into a two-way tie for first place in the MIAA basketball race with the Bulldogs. This was the first basketball championship the Mules have had a portion of since 1951 when they held undis- puted possession of the title. After solidly racking the U. S. Naval Air Station at Memphis, Tennessee, by a 83-45 count, the Mules hit a bad slump in the early part of their season and fell victims to the triumphs of Austin Peay, Evans- ville, Austin CTexasJ, Texas Southern and Arkansas State in regularly scheduled games. At the Ottawa University Invitational Christmas Tourney, Central State was still unable to get its offensive or defensive machines to click and were downed by Kansas City, Ottawa and Washburn Universities respectively. Upon their return to the hardwoods from Christ- mas vacation, the Mules came into their own as they thumped the ever rugged Lincoln U. Tigers, 72-63. A week later, MIAA conference play opened for Warrensburg as they journeyed to Rolla and dropped the Miners and then traveled to Cape Girardeau where the hoofs of the Mules were not strong enough to ward off the Indians' surge. At this point of the season with their conference record reading 1 win and 1 loss, Coach Earl Keth en- gineered his charges to seven straight loop wins which included Maryville State and rival Springfield State, twice each and Rolla, Cape Girardeau and Kirksville once each. This seven game winning streak left the Central State cagers with two more outingsg a non-conference tilt at Lincoln U. which they lost 71-62 and the Kirks- ville contest which, if they had won would have given them undisputed possession of the title. Coach Keth will be losing the services of three graduating seniors including Dayle Russell and Dick Schromm who returned to this year's squad as 1955- 56 all-conference selections, and Art Pahl, a three year letterman. Back Row: J. Wood, H. Jansen, B. Irvin, R. Robinson, K. Scott, D. Russell, E. Paris, Coach H. Willie. Second Row.: F. Freeman, A. Pahl, S. Brightwell, M. Sirkus, E. Spain, B. Judah, G. Crews, B. Parker, Coach L. Comer. Front Row. B. Case, J. Powers, J. Huffaker, B. McCrarv. C. Yennie, P. Marrs, D. Allison, J. Brewer. After losing the MIAA conference indoor cinder meet for the first time since 1954, the Mule thinclads came back strongly to ha.ve a winning season and top it off with a championship in the conference outdoor meet which en- abled Central State to retain the title for the second con- secutive year. During the absence of Coach Hal Yinger who was on leave to work on his Doctor's degree at the University of Indiana, Lew Comer, head football coach, ably inspired and guided the Mules to six victories and one setback in dual meet action. and a second place in a quadrangular meet. The powerful hooves of the Mules dug deeply into the cinders and pits for six school records during their three month season. Shelby Brightwell tossed the discus 142' 9" to surpass the old standard while "Gabby,' McCrary jumped 23' 3" in the broad jump and Bob Mountjoy heaved the shot-put 46' 1121" for two more marks in the field events. The running events found Bob Robinson chopping the former record time for the mile run to 4:35.4, Bobby Case breezing over the 220 yd. low hurdles in new record time of 25 seconds flat while the rambling redhead, Gerald Crews pounded the cinders at a clip of 1259.4 to lower the standard in the 880 yd. dash. I 102 COACH HAL YINGER fi 5 M 7 l ! P Season Results: Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules SIMZ 113 'YOMZ 85 74 34M 73 Quadra Springf Warren Cape G Northvs MIAA Warre Kirksv Cape Maryvi Springil Rolla Second Row: F. Front Row: B. R Season Results: Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules 8 1 Q Kirksville 53 1 1 13 Graceland 23 70 M4 Ottawa 54 1 85 Washburn 51 74 Lincoln 62 34 M Pittsburg 101 M5 73 Maryville 57 Quadrangular Meet: Springfield 6925 Warrensburg 58113 Cape Girardeau 3925 Northwest Okla. 5 MIAA Outdoor: Warrensburg 6 1 Kirksville 5 1 M4 Cape Girardeau 45 V2 Maryville 36 VZ Springfield 32 Rolla 1 3 M X1 C Graham N Brooks J Huffman, D. Christensen, M. Riddings. H Central State's racquet squad made a powerful showing last spring when they came through with what proba- bly is one of CMSC's most memorable sport's oddities as they won the con- ference net meet by eliminating team- mate against teammate. This oddity came about by Norman Brooks, Mules' No. 1 man, defeating Jack Huffman, No. 2 man on the Mule squad, the singles' championship while Dave Christensen, third ranked man on the Mule squad, downed Max Rid- ings, Central State's No. 4 man, for the third place spot in the singles event. Not stopping at this, the dou- bles team of Brooks and Huffman emerged victorious over the twosome of Christensen and Curtis Graham for the conference doubles title. In over-all season play plus the sev- en victorious meets, from the 1955 season, the Mules had a 13-match winning streak going, only to have it marred by the claws of the Wildcats of Baker University at Baldwin. For the first time in 10 years, Central State has re-added baseball to its intercollegiate athletic pro- gram. The Mules, playing a 14-game independent schedule, compiled an 11 won, 2 lost and 1 tie rec- ord for the 1956 season. When the 1957 call for baseballers was issued February 18, Dr. LeRoy Harper and student man- ager Bill George had a nucleus of nine lettermen along with 55 other diamond hopefuls to work with for this year's 14-game schedule. Back Row M Cass B Middleton, K. Buhlig, V. Oetting, B. Radel, B. Childs. Second Row: B. George, T. Price K Hayob J Furrentine, G. Toler. F. Oshel, N. Brooks, B. Parker, Coach L. Parker. Front Row: L. Mines B Cupita J Burgoyne, C. Loomis, P. Schwartz, G. Harris, S. Hensley. quet squad made last spring when vith what proba- most memorable ey won the con- :liminating team- ite. .bout by Norman l man, defeating man on the Mule ampionship while xird ranked man owned Max Rid- No. 4 man, for t in the singles at this, the dou- s and Huffman ver the twosome urtis Graham for as title. mlay plus the sev- from the 1955 mad a 13-match , only to have it of the Wildcats at Baldwin. Intramurals . . . L-: .AAL EASTER'S: fMen's Swimming Championsl Standing: E. Peterson, R. Easter, J. Flor- noy. Kneeling: R. Authier, J. Haney. HORNETS: fMen's Intramural Football Champions! R. Flagg, M. Page, R. Smith, B. DeHart. Not Pic- tured: L. White, W. L. White, D. Macoubrie J. Hamilton, D. Bankenship. ' - ' ' In the intramural sports' picture thus far this year, We find the Hornets, Knights and Easter's Entries as champions of football, bas- ketball and swimming respectively. Competi- tion in Bowling, softball, tennis, golf and track have yet to be completed during the spring term. The Hornets captured the football title by downing the Tekes 25-19 in the play-offs While the Tekes again took the runner-up spot in basketball behind the Knights of the Round- ball who Won the title game by a 66-48 count. Easter's Entries had no trouble winning the orge, T. Qowz L. KNIGI-ITS OF THE ROUND-BALL: CMen's Basketball Championsl Back Row: M. Cass, R. Fetterling, J. Zink, B. Cross. Front Row: Coach D. Cordle, S. Wiggins, B. Case. Not Pictured: B. George, J. Toner, J. McFarland, D. Snyder. Terry Baker, Intramural co-directorg fGary Barnard, co-director, not picturedJ. swimming meet as they copped all six events on the tank card with the Water Safety class finishing a close second. To start this term off, the Tekes were lead- ing in over-all points for the intramural trophy with 1800 points and were closely followed by the Sig Taus who had 1500 points. Points are based on four major sports which include: football, track, basketball and base- ball with 1000 points being awarded for a first place, 900 for second, 800 for third, 700 for fourth and 500 for each team not placing but entering into competition. i i l Intramurals . . 530k Row I as 1 I, is Y' I, ,. gl ' 1 ii li I l 11 l , M r i li ' 1 V1 ,F i yi if w, ll I iz A ' li 1 ll H 2 HOODS: fWomen's Volleyball Championsj 3 hort R Jolliff M Krue er C. Eves. Front Row: D. I Back Row: B. S , . , . gr , 1 l, Stehwien, M. Yeates, S.'.Snively, S. Bohlmg. it l i f In the women's intramural sports, the Hoods topped all 1 h i contenders in an eight team loop for the volleyball champion- ship while the Little Mules downed the Alphas for the basket- ball crown. Both of these six-sornes that played for the title were Winners of their respective five team leagues during regular season play. These two events covered the fall and winter activities l with the table tennis, bowling, softball and tennis on the pro- gram's agenda to be run off during the spring term. Co-educational sports were successfully inaugurated this year as a badminton tournament was run off last fall with Tom Christian and Jo Stanborough emerging as the top dou- bles team in the event. 106 .Stab 5 .FO S: rw- , H l ell. I1 rough, C. Egg? gksziigimgigngigketball Cha 010. OL0: ,W ' J. Clark H. oteele OHS, , i R. Q W.Da1, M, LNR5313., . COEDUCATIONAL BADMINTON CHAMPS T. Christain, J. Stanborough. , W 3. 'f ' 'rfb 4 H M b s 4Yh5i' X 'MQ .. .,., My 5 'fl ':, ,fm 31555 1 .J TON CHAMPS rough. --"FY . J-4.4kn4.J,... ...vw-.-...-.--,AlQh,-1 uv...f, - Fun In The Sun In Classes w The fuggler otre Dame An Annual Christmas Program ORCI Orchesis promotes c dancing. They presents mas program. Presid Vice-president, Yvonne urer, Carolyn Needels. Row: V. Wilson, giiflels, C. Eves. Seco Lovinger, S. Simmons, D, Hitchcock, D- REU Beissenherz. 66317 The "M" Club, a contributes to the pr letics in college. The dance. a coffee and d operated the concess ball games. Presiclei president, Dayle Rus ters: treasurer, Ken Baci: Row: E, Keth. Richardson. D. Russ D. Bruns, RI. Sirkus Cordle. R, Robinson. H. Yinger. K. Hayob .-X. Pahl. L. Comer. iugustine, E. Nold. X annie. R. Cupito. nnual 5 Program ORCHESIS Orchesis promotes creativeness in modern dancing. They presented their annual Christ- mas program. President, Rita Scritchfieldg vice-president, Yvonne Strodeg secretary-treas- urer, Carolyn Needels. Back Row: V. Wilson, N. Smith, S. Todd, C. Needels, C. Eyes. Second Row: Y. Strode, P. Lovinger, S. Simmons, F. Young. First Row: D. Hitchcock, D. Records, R. Scritchfield, B. Beissenherz. NM" CLUB The "M" Club, a lettermanls organization, contributes to the promotional welfare of ath- letics in college. They sponsored an all-school dance, a coffee and donut hour for alumni, and operated the concession stand for home foot- ball .Eames President, Dick Schromm: vice- president, Dayle Russell: secretary, Gene Mas- ters: treasurer, Ken Hayob. Bock Row: E. Keth, B. Fennell, G. Harris, P. Richardson. D. Russell, B. Irvin. Third Row: D. Bruns, M. Sirkus, E. Spain, J. Brewer, D. Cordle, R. Robinson, L. Harper. Second Row: H. Yinger. K. Hayob, R. Cundiff, D. Schromm, A. Pahl, L. Comer. First Row: F. Oshel, G. Augustine, E. Nold, B. McCrary, C. Epps, C. Yennic. B. Cupito. -- . . ....g,.,Q...-......- .......,..nnn......,.., DOLPHIN SWIMMING CLUB The Dolphins promote synchronized swim- ming, life saving classes and a swimming in- structors class. They present small shows for play day, a swimming symposium in the spring and an annual water show. President, Carolyn Denneyg vice-president, Roberta Reid: secre- tary, Dorothy Craft. Back Row: R. Walker, J. Kruger, E. Unruh, K. Kuhn, D. Craft, C. Wiltsmire. J. Clarke, R. Reid, R. Jolliff. Third Row: G. Allen, C Koester, J. McFarland, D. Marshall, J. Kluter C. Eves, J. Jutten. Second Row: S. Ross, M Porter, M. Grider, S. Hughes, B. Butts, S. Snively, M. Fredericks. First Row: M. Yeates E. Ekstam, C. Denney, D. Beall. a x I 11 ...une ,. .H-. , . - PHYSICAL EDUCATOR'S CLUB This club functions to improve scholarship and general quality of work in the field of phy- sical education for men. They operated conces- sion stands at basketball games, sponsored a basketball officials clinic, and gave an annual banquet for the senior members. President, Dick Rennog vice-president, Dick Schromm: secretary, Art Pahlg treasurer, Dayle Russell. Back Row: J. Winegar, B. Fennell, G. Bohm, P. Richardson, D. Russell, T. Baker, K. Stern- berg, D. McKinzie. Fourth Row: E. Keth, M. Cass, K. Gentry, J. Hanna, D. Schromm, J. Morgan, A. Pabl, L. Harper. Third Row: H. Yinger, D. Macoubrie, R. Cundiff, D. Burns, G. McClure, H. Muir, S. Williams. Second Row: D. Renno, F. Oshel, E. Nold, D. Cordle, R. Flagg, L. Comer. First Row: W. Crowder, D. David, L. Viebrock, H. McKain, F. Tar- water. D' E PHYSICAL EDUCATION . . ' MAJ ORS CLUB ' - ' - ' PEM Club strives to stimulate the interest and growth of physical education among wom- en and to assist in the officiating and teaching , , of sports. They helped with Play Day, sent + . representatives to district and national meet- ' - . ings and ended the year with the annual spring - - banquet. President, Vera Reinsch, vice-presi- -f A ' -. dent, Jean Kluterg secretary-treasurer, Jo Stan- ' ' ' 9 brough. 1' ' " in U 5 5 ls - , ,.,,.. Back Row: A. Jordan, R. Reid, C. E. White, ,- - M. Smith, D. Craft, J. Clark, R. Northen, B. " . Marker. Third Row: L. Paxton, R. Walker, Q A. B. Ritter, J. Kluter, V. Reinsch, C. Wilt- shire, Y. Ent, C. Eves. Second Row: G. Allen, S. Snively, M. Stone, C. Brady, S. Coit, C. Weddle, J. Jutten. First Row: C. Koester, W. Sims. M. Workman, H. Steele, J. Stanbrough, W. Neal. I ' I ,Q -. ff' 0-i WoMEN,s RECREATION '- I' f' ASSOCIATION 1 " --- WRA functions to promote interest in phy- sical education activities through an intramural program. They sponsored a sports day and - 1 0 0 F 0. l f F , qs 5 1' K og i 5.0 in 1 x r , . X Q X I a O s P f M'- I 5 S. 6' , 3' . ., 1. 5 I .Q o ' 0 o O ', ,p 9 ' 'J T., ' J 0 P O .1 fi 2 I s sent representatives to a state convention. Presi- - , . , 1 dent Carlene Wiltshire' vice president Bettv ' Mathews secretary Al Beth Ritter treasurer Cara Lee White Ll" Back Row B Marker N Smith R Northen M Mitchell A B Ritter C L White L Pav ton Third Rozt C Wiltshire C Ezell M Second Row D Coleman C Koester D Beall J Stanhrou h B Humphrey Y Ent First Row C Bradv W Neal K Powell C Bauer C Weddle IX 1 . . ' : V, ' F--1-Q H , ' Q 41'-NX J . . 1 .A 52 1 D . 3 . Z: . - ' . Stone, V. Reinsch, J. Gibson, J. lNIclNIillar1. - UN. ,If .uhh . ' , h. 'X - ,f CATION ,UB ulate the interest ition among wom- Lting and teaching 1 Play Day, sent md national meet- the annual spring ainschg vice-presi- reasurer, Jo Stan- leid, C. E. White, k, R. Northen, B. lxton, R. Walker, Reinsch, C. Wilt- zd Row: G. Allen, lrady, S. Coit, C. 0: C. Koester, W. ale, J. Stanbrough, EATION ON 2 interest in phy- igh an intramural sports day and convention. Presi- e-president, Betty Ritterg treasurer, mith, R. Northen, L. White, L. Pax- .ire, C. Ezell, M. on, J. McMillan. Koester. D. Beall, ey, Y. Ent. First Powell, C. Bauer, ..- .A.4lnn.nj.,,., . W. ,, ,,. milk- f ' I Q' 1-1 - ' - , . - ' , ' I " 'J . x 7 -y ' V . - - - . - - 1 ' " 1. - '-fo J N - . ' . ' . WWW" c 1-.3 . QQNQ ' ' . t , J L t N ' Q il , ' Q. . . A, r . - . . - I 0 1 1 1 f - 1 .. ..X ' -5,15 P 5 0 1 J-,I Q . . 9 1 1 ' ' . , ' g 'z 5 L " . ff? 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D N I 1 . . K - ' '- . . X f I nl ogf- A . - s2"1, . ., , , ' . O U A ' ' . fa.. ' -. X C , ' 1 - ' '. A -Q 1 1 Music , Parading .down the field, the colorful marching band of CMSC warms up a spirited crowd of fans during half-time, which is just one of the many fine services provided by the division of music at Central Missouri State. The a cappella choir adds a special touch during the Christmas and Easter season, and for Religious Emphasis Week and vari- ous college convocations and programs. Presentation of the comic opera, "Amelia Goes to the Ball", was an added attraction on the cam- pus this year. It was the first time in fifteen years that an opera has been produced at the college and the reappearance of opera indicates that more such entertainment will be offered in the future. It is with special pride that the college may point out that the music division is a member of the Na- tional Association of Schools of Music, an honorary musical organization to which only a few schools in the state belong. As an integral part of college life, the music di- vision sponsors the Crescendo Club, which is con- stantly kept busy planning activities and programs for the students, such as picnics, banquets, and helping in the freshman orientation mixers. Pi Kappa Lambda, national honorary music fraternity for music majors, is another organization sponsored by the division. A salute is due also to the many vocal ensembles and dance combos which offer fine entertainment at many of the CMSC functions and activities. Al- though not sponsored directly by the music di- vision, most of these groups were formed through contacts and associations within the division. While the primary function of the music division is the preparation of music teachers, it also offers unlimited opportunities for all students--not just music majors-to join into the fun and pleasure of the numerous musical activities. 5 112 CRES CENDO CLUB The Crescendo Club promotes further inter- est in music on the campus. A fall mixer, Christmas party, and spring picnic were the activities of the club. President, Bill Grace: treasurer, JoAnn Wilson: secretary, Patty By- ler Bridges. Bqck Row: R. Hart, E. Grace, C. Brown, J. Willis, J. Chronister, H. Oligschlaeger, J. Scam- mon, J. Harrison. Third Row: B. Large, B. Goodrich, L. Doan, F. Perry, E. Stalling, M. Geary, K. Lewis, R. Hart. Second Row: M. Starr, B. Grace, T. Meinberg, S. Kirkpatrick, A. Corn, C. Needels, M. Snell, B. Baldwin. First Row: I. Rolf, J. Vedder, C. Goetz, C. Rinne, C. Clark, S. Lynn, J. DeWitt, G. Fuchs. U CHOII T. Col Owen, ister, J Geary, C. Nee berg, I W. By rg i , 9 . :fi 2 life, the music di- Slub, which is con- vities and programs iics, banquets, and ntation mixers. Pi ary music fraternity anization sponsored any vocal ensembles fine entertainment s and activities. Al- ' by the music di- ere formed through ,in the division. f the music division .chers, it also offers students-not just e fun and pleasure ties. JDO CLUB promotes further inter- campus. A fall mixer, spring picnic were the President, Bill Grace, on, secretary, Patty By- E. Grace, C. Brown, J. f. Oligschlaeger, J. Scam- uird Row: B. Large, B- . Perry, E. Stalling, M. Hart. Second Row: .M leinberg, S. KirkDatr1ck M. Snell, B. Baldwin I. Vedder, C. Goeta, C nn, J. DeWitt, G. FuchS- Q CHOIR, directed by Dr. Ralph Hart. Back Row: L. Dunnington G. Holt E. Rawli s H Th E G T. Coleman, C. Brown, J. Slifer, J. Scamman, J. Harrison, J. Miller, B. Goodricl? 'B. Grabjei1SC4ri'Fuchd-5361? Owen, J. Evans. Third Row: P. Bridges, J. Powell, J. Ragland,iB. Halsey, J. Dempsey, J. Willis, J. Chron- lster, J. Markham, C. Flynn, R. Dillon, H. Kirts, S. L , N. H'll. S d R ' M M Geary, E. Ethridge, M. Allen, K. Mcmister, R, Hart, .iiH,i0neS, ri Roifoii. Miblamfe. iii,l2fdwiLhi73?Si1f2eddlZi C. Needels, C. Goetz, J., Gibson, R. Hart. First Row: J. DeWitt, M. Booth, C. Sutton, P. Lovinger, T. Mein- Ssrgg Kirkpatrick, J. McMahon, A. Corn, B. Wells, S. Hyatt, J. McCalmon, C. Rinne D Vanderau . yer. ' ' BAND, directed by Mr. Donald Braatz fupper picturej. ORCHESTRA, directed by Mr. Rayburn L. Pierce flower picture-J. MAJORETTES: Pat Allison, Bonnie Beissenherz, Brenda Bartel, Pat Murphy, ff., l Q .1 1 1 I . O C Q I . X I. Q :,f .gm-V Q 4' 14 1 Martha Scheib. Two members of a college dance band smooth out the rongh spots before prac- ticing with the entire ensemble. A date is the problem as a CMSC cast stages Amelia Goes To The Ball, bring- ing opera back to the college after a number of year's absence. 7 l in ' X it , ls . 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' - - I 4 ' 1 ff 1 I zk IUIID . emu Nggu O 3 , CJ I u I 1 BLD MI I z KI I :J X KN DW Jo, I 5 22a R W A! Cd 1 -.N 0 X t Q O LJ 95- f 9 u ' X 0 A , J 1 c L . CNW v O I CT, in I mblem HS 8. CMSC C3.St . - i . . 5 K es To The Ball brin - to the college after a absence. If 4 F-5. 34" em ,.l..,a,n-..,....... KL.. mln. . -.. ..-.. --..- cience and Mathematz'cs Great names of the-future may belong to stu- dents now enrolled in courses in the science and mathematics division. Engineers, chemists, geolo- gists, electricians, medicine and dentistry students are in training for future vocations. Departments included in this division are: mathematics, biology, chemistry and physics. Slide rules and "thinking capsv are essentials in the mathematics department where a mind for figures gives one a great advantage. Enrollment in this -department has increased 32 percent over last year's enrollment. Kappa Mu Epsilon forms the honor group in the mathematics department and works to develop scholarship in mathematics. Mixture of the elements can reveal startling re- sults. ,Such results make history, and such history may have its beginning in the laboratories at CMSC. There has been almost no increase in the enrollment of the chemistry department for every available bit of space is being used and further in- crease is impossibleg there is no room for more students. Sigma Beta, chemistry and physics fra- ternity on the campus, was organized only this year and has spent its first year on the CMSC cam- pus quite successfully. The field of physics holds a never-ending fascina- tion in many different phases such as electricity, magnetism, heat, light, music, meteorology and atomic physics. One of the fast growing fields of today finds its increased enrollment on this campus 74 percent more than last year's enrollment. Al- ready mentioned was Sigma Zeta, the honor or- ganization of the physics and chemistry depart- ments combined. Nature Walks, greenhouse experiments, dissec- tion of frogs- and felines are familiar to students in the biology department. The 22 percent increase in this department during the last year has been lim- ited because of lack of sufficient room in the labora- tories for student experiment. Beta Beta Beta, hon- orary organization for biology students promotes interest in the field of science. Also included in the curriculum of the science and math division may be found the aviation courses, where the saying Hyour head in the clouds" seems to be undisputed, for actual flying experi- ence is given in addition to ground courses. The Outing Club, open to any student in the college, is so popular that membership must be limited because of limited equipment for the mem- bers. Main purposes of this club are to develop stu- dent appreciation of their natural environment. BETA BETA BETA Beta Beta Beta, an honorary science organ- ization, strives to promote high scholastic at- tainment by its members in this field. They attended a conclave of the western district this spring. President, John Belsheg vice-presi- dent, Robert Gillilan: secretary, Phyllis Lampel treasurer, Floyd Kemp. R. Gillilan. L. Heman. Seated: L. Nahm, P. Lampe, S. Hewitt, J. Hess. Standing: E. H. Leigh, W. Harris, J. Belshe. KAPPA ll Kappa Mu Epsilc group, attempts to m Ship among men a mathematics. They 1 cussions, held initiat sent representatives 1 at Pittsburg, Kansas. vice-president, Yvoni ald Daughertyg treas Standing: C. Kelley P, Hollansworth, J. C Griffith. Seated: H. G, Daugherty, E. Ba SIGM Sigma Zeta, an hc terested in the physic mote interest in the first year it has fun. President, Eleanor O vin Endicottg seci Leach. Standing: R. Hollai Morris, D. Hough. P Endicott, Y. Leach, D. Reeker. 116 l 1152 as electricity, :eorology and wing fields of in this campus irollment. Al- the honor or- nistry depart- nents, dissec- to students in ent increase in has been lim- in the labora- eta Beta, hon- ents promotes Jf the science the aviation in the clouds" flying experi- courses. tudent in the ship must be for the mem- o develop stu- nvironment. X BETA iorary science organ- e high scholastic at- in this field. They the western district in Belsheg vice-presi- ztary, Phyllis Lampel V. Harris, J. Belshe, eated: L. Nahm, P. s. KAPPA MU EPSILON Kappa- Mu Epsilon, a mathematics honor group, attempts to maintain a spirit of fellow- ship among men and women interested in mathematics. They participated in panel dis- cussions, held initiation of new members and sent representatives to the national convention at Pittsburg, Kansas. President, Dennis Houghg vice-president, Yvonne Leachg secretary, Ger- ald Daughertyg treasurer, Dale Reeker. Standing: C. Kelley, D. Hough, V. Hopkins, P. Hollansworth, J.- Chronister, D. Reeker, W. Griffith. Seated: H. Kienberger, G. Scofield, G. Daugherty, E. Baile, Y. Leach, L. Land. SIGMA ZETA Sigma Zeta, an honor society for those in- terested in the physical sciences, strives to pro- mote interest in the science field. This is the first year it has functioned under this name. President, Eleanor Oziasg vice-president, Mel- vin Endicottg secretary-treasurer, Yvonne Leach. Standing: R. Holland, P. Hollansworth, J. Morris, D. Hough. F. E. Martin. Seated: M. Endicott, Y. Leach, G. Daugherty, E. Ozias, D, Reeker. , ....L.fAi?..a aw- ----41----............ L---...--A -- ...N Dr. Claude H. Brown takes time out from his busy schedule to point out some of the steps in solving a difficult problem for a few of the many students now jamming the mathematics department. Dr. Brown is chairman of the mathematics and science division comprising. in addition to the mathematics department of which he is head. the physical science and biological science departments. 117 ,N ff, W 'pf , ,f-f-Q: , ' 1 M f ' ff , f "fifty ,, The CMSC greenhouse plays an important role in the botany curricula. 5 I f Hong Yong Lee waits to see if the results of his experiments are the same as those stated in the chem- istry book. Learning what makes the cat and dog fish shark tick, mem- bers of the comparative anatomy class take insides out. 118 With no fear of an explosion, two CMSC students carry out a complicated experi- ment under the supervision of Prof. Foster. 1 . n N ll it' -1 G90 f.'.x5.n+w-W1 ,,.l.. .lang ,,,-U- -.411-. fd . "3 f 1 1 f , ' C Q . 'S-U Q Q , L x Q I ,C- Ec N 25:21 Q, fy , C- Q F - f,,Qf.f:qfy?g .gvgf g9sS4,'Uw . K , WA, -rf, t, fs A X I - z, "if fn: 45' ff, . -:- ,ff . ' ff . f . ,!! ,X 6-nxf-f-.,- ww UUQZL-X-5,3 W M, VJQ .dy Q-fn M' ,, V005 no ol,-V ,L L- U05 QS.: 5CS,k Y .ini ' x mi Z V , ,. 5 ., KX, i A --A 4,12 .. 7 I 11,f f z I 4 .X e- 4 x . ' -H 1 ,..fw Q X ocial Science Classes in sociology, religion, political science, economics, world geography, and American history are found in the social studies division. Enrollment in these classes is exceptionally large, averaging over 1600 students per term in the entire division. One possible reason for the immense enrollment might be the fact that at least five hours of social science is required by the state of Missouri for a B.S. degree. Crowded classroom conditions do not hinder stu- dents enrolling in the social studies division, and instructors still find time and are willing to offer extra help to the students. In addition to the usual instruction and counsel- ing, members of this division spur the student body on to interest in public affairs with active clubs such as the Young Republicans Club and the Young Democrats Club, both of which were active in the recent national presidential elections. For weeks. the campus was dotted with the familiar 120 campaign buttons, banners, and posters. Guest speakers were brought to the CMSC campus by each group to present pertinentfacts of the po- litical campaign. Although the social studies division has no for- mal organization or club for social science majors, plans are being made for an organization of this type for next year. u The International Relations Club, under the sponsorship of Dr. Ray Anders, serves to promote better understanding of international affairs on this campus. Highlighting the variety in the social studies di- vision are summer tours offered in the curriculum. Included are tours of Missouri, the United States, and an European tour. Credit is given for these delightful courses and they are quite popular among summer graduate students. f, . ,C , in .yf ,. ypsrw if ff INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB This organization furthers an interest in international relations and peoples of other countries. Members of this group aided in the UNESCO work on the campus and actively participated in the World University Service campaign. President, Jim Miller, secretary- treasurer, Janis Allen. Standing: L. Anders, A. Bartlett, D. Barnes, K. Carriker, W. Crews, L. Goodall, P. Mc- Candless. Seated: D. Grube, R. Wahrenbrock, G. Clark, B. Hammond, J. Allen, J. Miller. .,, .. a"- -Q- , M - 1.42 . ,747 ,' ff 29 Dr. L. Ax Division, 1 or to dism Marriage 'uv lc. posters. Guest SC campus by cts of the po- on has no for- science majors, ization of this lb, under the res to promote nal affairs on cial studies di- he curriculum. United States, iven for these popular among , RELATIONS B hers an interest in id peoples of other s group aided in the :ampus and actively l University Service 1 Millerg secretary- Bartlett, D. Barnes, L. Goodall, P. Mc- ae, R. Wahrenbrock, Allen, J. Miller. eg - Dr. L. Avery Fleming, Chairman of Social Science Division, ready to council with a social studies major or to discuss class assignments such as those for Marriage and the Family. ..L.n ug-- .,- , .,..-Am1h-- ,. , tudy and Travel Marks the ocial cience Division The European study tour on the SIS. Italia sponsored by the Social Science Division, was directed on its 1956 junket by Dr. John G. Westover,-associate pro! fessor of Social Science. The Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge awarded CMSC 55100 and a George 'XVashing- ton Honor Medal for contri- butions to the American NVay of Life made by thc fourth annual Missouriana study- tour. Under the direction of Mrs. Monia Morris and through the co-ordination of Mr. Ross E. Anderson. Jr.. Service Director for the State Chamber of Commerce, the group traveled the state broadening knowledge and earning college credit. 121 Professor R. F. Wood in his 29th year on the campus emphasizes a historical event. Taking time out between classes, Miss Edith Howard, Associate Professor of His- tory, enjoys coffee at a Facul- ty-Student break. At his usual between-class haunt, we find Dr. Joel Dauten, Assistant Professor of Economics. DON BARNES, President ALEX BARTLETT, President Young Republicans' Club Young Democrats' Club PROFESSOR CARMIE CASADY PROFESSOR HARRY L. WILKEY Sponsor Sponsor President Democrats' Club HARRY L. WILKEY Sponsor DR. WILLIAM F. KNOX Director of Public Service . .Llp .,a-V .,.-.--- , ,..qnin.. Q . Dl'Ul'Sl.0l1 of Public Service On campus, there is one quite busy and impor tant office rarely heard of, but responsible for many activities. The field service departments work divides itself into two major areas, credit and non-credit ac- tivities. Through this office, extension classes are planned and controlled in 12 counties of Missouri, involving 984 students, during a two-semester peri- od. Correspondence courses include approximately 150 persons enrolled in the courses concerned main- ly with elementary education. Non-credit work- shops are held for teachers, principals, superintend- ents, PTA officials, health education personnel school office workers, school board members, and janitors. . Band and choir tours are scheduled, augmented by the Essig group composed of music students who present ensembles of various antique instru- ments, for special programs off campus. Speakers for commencement as well as special events are sup- plied for outlying schools. Good will services including Parent's Day, High School Senior Day, Physical Education Play Day, music and speech clinics originate their planning in the field service department. Special programs such as the Community Concerts and the booking of such well-known speakers as Trygve Lie, are scheduled by this efficient staff. Contacts for prospective students go through this office which is headed by Dr. William F. Knox and his competent assistants. ,, This group is typical of those who work with Dr. Knox in the planning of such major events as Parents' Day and High School Senior Day. I Standing: H. Hocking, A. Phillips, J. Mor- gan. Seated: B. Mann, M. Palmer, J. Greg- ory, student chairmang H. Gilbert, Dr. Knox. faculty chairman. 123 -,.-,.Q.a-v-,....,-we I2 i I I I E I I !. I I I I I l I I I i . I I I I I I I I In II I I 'I I I V ,gi is l., l all .y V ffl lip i 1 1 14' 'ls if E1 H gill ii W l X It 4-wig lliifl' -, .flqxf-4 W li: X L, . ,i s. 1, i 1 !'l':i H! iii! iw fi Mil Mail flifffl i.I".i 65 fj' lilwm 3' mill. El' l gllill ifpii- u!.i- , '1'wj,. 1 PM . .i i U, ill 'mill' - 9 y all 'vi l 2 415. 2 1 ill J-X 1' 'li Q i 1 ii i Nfl Q 4 i in g ,N , .ll 1 "ll 3 , ' if 2 it 1 E... 4 E ,, z 1. 'E 12 B. Grace, G. Edson, J. Scammon, K. Lewis, T. Boone playing a variety of unusual musical instruments in the fa- mous Essig Collection. These were pre- sented to the college by Don Essig, a well-known circus musician who acquired the instruments on his travels. Part of the Moms and Dads enjoying the basket dinner in Morrow Gym as a part of the annual Parents' Day activities honoring all CMSC parents. In addition to the noon-day dinner, a special pro- gram and class visits were on the agenda. Twenty-five high school bands form a mammouth HM" hailing the Mules be- tween halves at Homecoming. These bands with CMSC made up the visiting group from the Central Missouri district. Dads enjoying the low Gym as a part ts' Day activities arents. 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FRESHMAN MEN S 1 OUNSI LORS These me n work tor 1 more effective cam pus pro iam in moulin upperclass coun selors for all neu students entering CMSC The generil chairman is Keyes Fletcher Baclr R011 X Rock L Harris R Leh mann T Bikrr L Lowhercl C Kline Second Rou E Spain K Fletcher P Hollansvxorth lf Frafiu G Daugherty B Dahlsten P11stRou C Sulleger L Ed wards R Llals D Burton H Mullins SQUARL DANQE CLUB This club fUI'lCtl0l1S to promote further interest in American folk and square danc mg Their meetings were held twice a month throughout the vear 'Ihey receixed thlrd place trophy for their entry in the Home comln window decorations President Tom Coleman vice president Shirley Kirkpat rick secretary treasurer Barbara Smith Back Row L Patterson H Hodges R Manherz F. Unnevxehr S. Wllcoxon B. Byrne D. Donath L. Cowherd M. Secora C. Arterburn. Fourth Row: F. Van Winkle C. Flynn M. Reese T. Starr F. Cox E. Butts B. Johnston K. Carriker J. Wil- liams A. Gardner. Third Row: J. Arter- burn M. Newman B. Talley M. Graves R. Northen K. Pickering M. Hinnah M. Kelly L. Paxton T. Coleman H. Gilbert. Second Row: I. Rolf M. Mote M. Yeates L. Hunnefeld L. Cohn B. Hall M. Byrd L. Pullen M. Fairrnan. First Row: L. Stewart P. Henley T. Apsher S. Kirk- patrick J. Baker C. Secora C. Needels R. Bonar B. Paxton. STUDENT CENTER COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN The activities of the student center were directed by this group. They headed the committees which worked on the all-school dances, freshman talent show, special re- ceptions and coffee hours. The general chairman was Harry Mullins. Scared: H. Mullins. H. Gilbert. J. Buch- ness, S. Eherting, E. Schaffer, J. Belshe, K. Fletcher. L. Jaeger. L. Garner, A. Bart- lett. T. Baker, G. Harris. 126 mais: A. - Y An impor and organizu From mtrod Greek gover cial groups Greek org, honors and E 2 x l C765 l ,. , f .1 Q - A r , . ..A.,,,a,, ,...,....-, -r.gin.......-.--. oczkll Iihglzllgh ts An important phase of college life, social events and organizations add zest to campus activities. From introducing freshmen to the campus to inter Greek governing bodies constitute purposes of so: cial groups. Greek organizations compete for a number of honors and titles during the year and the an- , .........Y -. nouncement of various winners are high points of interest and expectation for all students. All-school weekend social functions as Well as teas and special event dances relieve the tensions of the weekly grind. Dances for special days and holidays high- light the social season. When dances are not spon- sored by a special group or organization, the stu- dent center committees plan and sponsor them. ALPHA PHI OMEGA APO is a national service fraternity. These men published the Student-Faculty Directory, sponsored UMOC campaign, and conducted campus tours for freshmen. Presi- dent, Ed Kennedyg vice-president, Stan No- vakg secretary, Don Burton: treasurer, Bill Hunt. Back Row: J. Goodrich, E. Hafner, D. Dierker, C. Brown, D. Carey, S. Novak, L. Nicholas. Second Row: P. Hollansworth, R. Malone, P. Small, T. Starr, F. Gray, R. Smith. First Row: -T. Wells, E. Butts, J. Stafford. G. Plowman, E. Kennedy. COLLEGIATE 4-H CLUB This organization promotes fellowship among the 4-H members. President, Kathy Lacey, vice-president, Glen Riekhof: secre' tary, Lois Stubblefieldg treasurer, Betty Kincaid. Standing: G. Riekhof, K. Lacey. MI Fair- man, J. Pettus, J. Eidson. J. Long, C. XVhite. Seated: J. Edmundson, A. Olson, L. Stew- art, B. Kincaid, M. Newman. D. Apsher. 127 STUDENT CENTER COMMITTEES This group sponsored the student center activities. Each committee took care of its particular part, which included planning and working on all school dances. Bach Row: J. Markham, R. Wahrenbrock, A. Bartlett, G. Harris, R. Dillon, J. Belshe, T. Coleman,,J. Lammers, M. Duffin, D. Cordle. Third Row: H. Mullins, K. Lewis, B. Davis, K. Fletcher, S. Harlan, J. Buch- ness, R. Omohundro, G. Plowman. Second Row: M. Yeates, J. Haney, M. Workman, S. Eherting, M. Stone, S. Hughes, D. Rich- creek, H. Gilbert. First Row: M. Byrd, D. Hitchcock. M. Grider, S. Weyland, M. Whitton, L. Smith. CENTRAL STATE VETERANS ORGANIZATION This group, composed of veterans and classified as a social and service organizae tion, sponsored two all-school dances, a Christmas party and a chili supper. Presi- dent, Jay Brockmang vice-president, Fergus Johnstong secretary, Ray Estesg treasurer, Fred Frazier. , Bach Row: R. C. Rogan, VV. Crews, J. Cone rad, R. Gard, W. Stephens, T. Hartnett, P. Coleman, J. Dauten. Fourth Row: R. Hol- land, B. Bales, R. White, A. Phillips, J. LaMasney, L. McLaughlin, R. Conn, F. Frazier. Third Row: M. Smith, L. Wertz, R. Garrigues, E. Edwards. A. Anton, D. Kelley. G. Stahl. Second Row: J. Brock- man, R. Estes, A. Mauer, B. Haney, E. Brewster, F. Johnston, E. Wehmhoener, R. Millbern. First Row: J. Hollar, S. Allen, E. Peterson, E. Kimball. WOMEN,S COUNSELORS These women work for a more effective campus program in providing upperclass counselors for all new students entering CMSC. The general chairman is Jan Greg- ory. Back Row: C. Needels, K. Bosler, S. Har- lan, V. Bell, V. Wilson. C. Eves. Second Row: L. Garner, M. Bullock, E. Wylie, B. Fowler, M. Grider. First Row: D. Lee, B. Swopes, M. Snell, R. Scritchfield, B. Beis- senherz. YEATER-'l The Glee Cl' throughout the They were a p Greens program to the Johnson the Yeater-Todc is Ann Corn. Back Row: E. Marx, K. Kulh: K. Jenson, J. . Row: L. Hoke, Dueschle, V. Bel A. Corn. Third . son, C. Needels, Mann, J. Neidex Second Row: l Stockstill, M. W brough, M. Grit K. Powell, D. I son. PAN -HEI Two represen compose this cc maintain a cloz sorority groups, which govern tl participate. A ci freshman womei on the campus., vice-president, I Marilyn Smith, Standing: T. 4 Cassing, K. K Seated: L. Graz lan, M. Smith, IN TER-F RA -Three represi Hlty compose tl central agency fraternities on i John Belsheg v' secretary, Bill Ci son. Standing: E. Sc man, W. Sparl renbrock, L. C D. Ferguson, J. mer, J. Lamme ' CENTER . ITTEES -ed the student center iittee took care of its :h included planning chool dances. nam, R. Wahrenbrock, , R. Dillon, J. Belshe, mers, M. Duffin, D. H. Mullins, K. Lewis, , S. Harlan, J. Buch- G. Plowman. Second Haney, M. Workman, , S. Hughes, D. Rich- st Row: M. Byrd, D. er, S. Weyland, M. TE VETERANS ZAT ION sed of veterans and and service organiza- all-school dances, a a chili supper. Presi- vice-president, Fergus Ray Estesg treasurer, an, VV. Crews, J. Con- mhens, T. Hartnett, P. Fourth Row: R. Hol- Jhite, A. Phillips, J. ughlin, R. Conn, F. M. Smith, L. Wertz, wards. A. Anton, D. ond Row: J. Brock- Iauer, B. Haney, E. , E. Wehmhoener, R. l. Hollar, S. Allen, E. .OUNSELORS 1 for a more effective providing upperclass ew students entering :hairman is Jan Greg- ls, K. Bosler, S. Har- son. C. Eves. Second Bullock, E. Wylle, B- 'irst Row: D. Lee, Scritchfield, B. Bers- N YEATER-TODD GLEE CLUB The Glee Club actively participates throughout the year in campusi activities They were a part of the Hanging of the Greens program, went Christmas caroling to the Johnson County Home and sang in the Yeater-Todd convocation. The director is Ann Corn. Back Row: E. Hicks, P. Holloway, A. Marx, K. Kulhn, S. Harlan, C. L. White, K. Jenson, J. Martin, E. Unruh. Fourth Row: L. Hoke, M. Graves, L. Stein, E Dueschle, V. Bell, S. Moore, S. Kirkpatrick, A. Corn. Third Row: D. Richcreek, V. Wil- son, C. Needels, S. Turner, S. Ridgway, B Mann, J. Neiderhauser, N. Carter, J. Mudd Second Row: B. Hayes, D. Runyon, E. Stockstill, M. Whitton, D. Johnson, J. Stan- brough, M. Grider, J. Gregory. First Row: K. Powell, D. Records, J. Frasure, J. Gib- son. PAN-HELLEN IC COUNCIL Two representatives from each sorority compose this council. Their purpose is to maintain a close relationship among the sorority groups, and to regulate the rules which govern the activities in which they participate. A convocation was held for all freshman women interested in sorority life on the campus. President, Sandy Harlan, vice-president, Martha Johnson, secretary, Marilyn Smith, treasurer, Janet Baldwin. Standing: T. Crabtree, M. Hemphill, P. Cassing, K. Kuhn, J. Cook, K. Joiner. Seated: L. Graupner, M. Johnson, S. Har- lan, M. Smith, J. Baldwin. INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Three representatives from each frater- nity compose this council. They provide a central agency through which the social fraternities on campus function. President, John Belshe, vice-president, Joe Lammersg secretary, Bill Graceg treasurer, Bud Fergu- son. Standing: E. Schaffer, T. Bascone, T. Cole- man, W. Sparling, K. Dickson, R. Wah- renbrock, L. Cowherd, B. Grace. Seated: D. Ferguson, J. Belshe, K. Hayob, T. Lati- mer, J. Lammers, P. Osborne. ,....4Lp.,.i.--...... .-... . --all 130 Aanha Kappa Lambda l Starting off the records of Alpha Kappa Lambda As a new and growing fraternity, the AKLs gave if if in championship form, the AKL's brought home the other fraternities their share of competition. the coveted first place trophy in float competition in their first Homecoming entrance. "We'll paddle our way to victoryf' was the theme of the float. Since the fraternity was only recently organized on CMSC, carrying off such an outstand- ing award presented the needed boost for a new organization. ' Organized as a local social fraternity during the winter of 1956, the Beta Sigma Chi's voted to unite with a larger national fraternity, Alpha Kappa Lambda, in the spring of '56. In April '57 the national team performed the ceremonies of installation thereby establishing Alpha Kappa Lambda on the campus. As part of the installation services the AKLs held their formal dance. James Cash, with the "Charleston", represented the fraternity in the UMOC contest. Running as AKL's candidate for Popular Boy, Bill Sparling, came through as their "Hero". In the spring the AKLs took a musical turn by entering the all-Greek song fete for their first time in this annual musical affair. Spring also brought active competition in SGA elections. Bill Hammond represented the men of Alpha Kappa Lambda on the Who's Who roll. Organization and leadership of the fraternity can be attributed to the following: Lloyd Cowherd, president, Bill Sparling, vice-president, Carl Brown, secretary, Kevin Brownfield, treasurer, Bob Brown- ing, corresponding secretary. Dr. Clay Jent and Prof. Kenneth Markwell sponsor the fraternity. KEN BAI W 5 ., DAVE CAMI I ,f rf BILL HAM ie AKLS gave competition. ', represented . Running as IBi11 Sparling, Elsical turn by .eir first time also brought len of Alpha roll. fraternity can 'yd Cowherd, pg Carl Brown, 'g Bob Brown- lay J ent and fraternity. A-L-f-i-L-......., -..4.nhg...., , C 5 W o v 'v I I 3 f KEN BAUER ALLAN BIESEMEYER CARL BROWN KEVIN BROWNFIELD BOB BROWNING JANiES CASH I I A Q 1 5 , , f il Q A tl 21 1 A it i 1 E Q w Y ii DAVE CAMPBELL JOHN CHRONISTER LLOYD COWHERD MARTIN DYE GENE ELLIOTT BOB GARRIGUES 1 2 Ii 5 5 u f! i 5 i 2 P , Ii A 5 l 5 i I ' Y if I Y i 5 If w Q BILL HAMMOND J. R. HARRISON DALE HOEPPNER ELDON KIMBALL LARRY LICHTENBERG XVALT RYLE iy I i 1 Y Y A I I I . Y 4. BILL SPARLING RAY WAHRENBROCK PAUL WILSON RICK BULLOCK 1 Those Not Pictured: HOWARD BOURDESS ' JACK MOON DAVE PAYTON 5 I 5 131 132 Alhiha Sigma Agiha Zeta Zeta chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha, con- cluding thirty-seven memorable years on the cm- pus of CMSC, has received its full share of honors. The 1956 Homecoming festivities were highlight- ed with the crowning of Alpha's candidate, Miss Teresa Crabtree as queen. Queen Teresa was pre- sented to the student body to the theme "Patt y Cake Baker's 'Man". Third place was awarded to the S01-0rify's float with a theme entitled, "Mules put the kettle on, Let's steam'um out". Immedi- ately following the game, actives and alums gath- ered at the home 'of Mrs. Grimes from the annual Alumnae Tea. Alpha Sigs honored Founders' Day on Novem- ber 15 with a banquet in Todd Hall private dining room. A "jailbird" party held in "Alphatraz" during winter rush week brought fourteen new pledges in- to the sorority. Miss Nancy Thomson, "Little Red Riding Hood", was crowned Popular Girl of CMSC at the annual Sweetheart Dance. Also, in February, the Alpha's 'remember another successful formal dance built around the theme of "Ladybug Ball". Mary Wer- ner received the coveted title, "ASA Sweetheart". Spring found the girls raising money for their, philanthropic project by means of a work day and an all-school "Sock Hop". Miss Pat Allison represented ASA as Rhetor Queen Candidate. Having won the Song Fete cup for the last five years, the girls in red and white again participated in the all-Greek song fete contest. W The 1956-57 officers included: Elizabeth Achel- pohl, president, Sandy Harlan, vice-president, Ter- esa Crabtree, secretary, Pat Kettinger, treasurer, Lois Graupner, editor, Mary Werner, pledge mas- ter. Mrs. ,Loyd Grimes and Miss Jessie Jutten sponsor the group. N ELIZABETH ACHEI DIANE DENN fi 52 V - I ,. 5' , MARILYN GRII PATRICIA KETFII ia . L L M.- .gig Ui., -,.,.1.. n., , 4 ...U W V ..,. , .ding Hood", t the annual , the A1pha's dance built Mary Wer- Sweetheart". ELIZABETH ACHELPOI-II. ey for their ork day and . as Rhetor the last five r PAT ALLISON JACKIE ANDREWS VIRGINIA BELL WIL LETTA CHAPPELOW sup: con' L f ? f Q Participated W DIANE DENNY IKIE EATON MARTHA FISCHER JUDY FRASURE LUIS GARNER .IOANNE GIBSON beth Achel- I ,sidentg Ter- i 2? , rr, treasurer? V .2 if Pledge mas' I SSSIC Jutten , . e ett 1 Z MARILYN GRIDER ANN HAMLIN SANDY HARLAN MARY HAUBEIN BEVERLY HAYES DARLENE JOHNSON PATRICIA KETTINGER SONDRA KISER ,ef A WV' 4? ri f X 9 AAAZ Nw 1 , Q W ff ,ik 1 4' ol" Q' ,wmv 4 " 4, , , , 1, fry! X xv ZW! ' ff f f y ff!! Z ff wwfffzf F fp! :M f Ze' ff ff iff Oz!!! fff 5, gf f f X f,ff' MARY RUTH MIKES MARY PALMER 7 X 7 f fwmwgw , fy 0113! W ff W e-7' f" gy! ZW " ,g .- I gm, I fr vb I X v w- SALLY TURNER 'Q Nl PHYLLIS LAMPF PFGGY P GGOT'I 111,4- 9,3 0. 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' ' " -i 'A 4,5 ANN CORN TERI-:SA CRABTREE SHIRLEY GRAINGER LOIS UIKAUPNEII JOY JOHNSON BETTIE LOU .105 LS ARTYI-I MARX .Im'r'I, M , 1 FW ' 3 , ' ' A 4 fx . . I L 'F .f. I- ' 5 f I , . I .. , Y I TAYLOR N 'IRL X IIIKI'-I41' .-xIII.I.IN 1 Della Returning as the largest sorority on campus in the fall of '56 the Epsilon Gamma chapter of Delta Zeta the second largest sorority in the U.S. re- tained this standing during the entire year. In their white tailor-made hlazers and green "dyed-to-match" skirts and sweaters, the Deltas took more than their share of homecoming honors. Sweet Sue Hyatt reigned as princess, and the Deltas floated in an honorable mention on their float, "Rock-a-bye Rolla." Among national philanthropies is the leprosarium at Carville, Louisiana and a Christmas party for the underprivileged is a local philanthropy. Sixteen Central State collegiates chose Delta winter rush to comprise the largest pledge class on campus. Two Warrensburg Deltas were selected for Who's Who: Donna Hall and Shirley Henry. Zeta Sizzling steaks on a Windy winter night were the attraction for Deltas and dates at the annual Delta Steak Fry. Nearly one hundred met in the shelter house for this evening of fun. Deltas are sponsors of a service plaque given each year to the campus organization deemed most worthy of it and the local alums annually award a trophy to the fraternity and sorority judged the winner of Greek Song Fete. Friendship n' fun, sisterhood and service give a glimpse of the life of Central State Deltas, grow- ing with a collegiate campus. Officers for the year included: Donna Hall, presi- dent, Kay Bosler, vice-president, Sue Hyatt, secre- tary, Christa Creason, corresponding secretary, Judy Jeffries, treasurer, Bonnie Chambers, chap- laing Miss Edith Brooks and Miss Alphadine Mar- tin, sponsors. BERIT AASE JO ANN COYLE DONNA HALL MARILYN KELLY ALYCE JEAN PRIEFE' 2 ght were the Lnnual Delta 1 the shelter nlaque given leemed most .ually award 1 judged the arvice give a leltas, grow- a Hall, presi- Hyatt, secre- g secretaryg nbers, chap- hadine Mar- 4L-: 1 A-ADA... BERIT AASE BETTY BALDWIN JO ANN COYLE CI-IRISTA CREASON DONNA HALL MARILYN KELLY A LYCE JEAN PRIEFERT BERT HARVEY SHIRLEY KIRKPATRICK JEAN RENI-'ROW DWIN MARY Lou BL c A K KAY BOSLER SARAH BROCKMAN MARJDRIE BU1.1.ocx NIARFARI- r LORRI-I I BOBBIE DETAMORE SHIRLEY EBERTING BI-.TI-I I-OWLFR HX LI IS QIQAFI ,U Af 4 ' "F ,Ar ff gif ,Y A viiig ,Y , SUEHYATI' SELMA McCRARY MARY KAX MUSTARD VK AINDA l'RI:SbLX lil 'I IX I RI- ISN CAROLYN SA,-,LE BARBARA sci-IGNDELMEYI-:R MARLYN smrm NANCY smm PAT QYNDER .I x Nw BARBARA VANNEMAN JAN VEDDER PAYE WATSON MARIALYCE WORKMAN MM YN FII-F DP-Ui X I' X V1 I Those Not Pictured: Bonnie Chambers .. f 40' M A my N 7 fi 1 l M 449' Q 4' X 9' 0 wk -A . 'A vi In 1 lf: ' ff! 2ii'5iL f , L1 iw ' 4 1525 X ,, fi ff, ,,f , , , '3- ,fff',1,A,, , , Lf A ,- ' ,I . ggi, lx," ' A gg l ,H ff' luv' I ,p V f ,Q , , 'ffkf l 7 iv! .. . f 'Z'f"4,"' 1 f " me 1, 'W' , 'Ml' E W1 -. ,, , Q, 'J' f ' -'11, , 4. ,K f Kappa Sigma Kappa Among the outstanding activities of the men of Kappa Sigma Kappa Kappakades, a variety show put on every year for the enjoyment of the college students and general public. The '56-'57 show found Jim Bushness as the director. The Kappas feel that the outstanding part of the show is the brotherhood which is brought about by the long hours spent in preparation for the big show. , A In the fall, Kappas spent many long hours and much planning to build their float with "Old King Mule" as their theme. Also came the annual spa- ghetti supper which is put on by the Kappas with the help of some of the parents in preparing the food. After one of the football games, the Kappas sponsored a free, all-school band dance for the student body. The honor roles of Who's Who found John Belshe's name with the greats on the list. Winter is crowded with activities and among these are UMOC and Popular Boy contests. Paul Roper, crowned Ugly Man on Campus, brought the total to six straight victories for the Kappas. Tony Bascone represented the men of Kappa Sig- ma Kappa in the Popular Boy contest. In the spring thoughts turn to formals and Kap- pa's traditional Old Plantation Ball held to honor their feeling toward the "Old South". Also in the spring the Kappas turn their efforts toward SGA campaigning and song fete. The last important event before summer, the annual Parent-Alumni Banquet, holds a memorable place with the gradu- ating Kappas. The men of Kappa Sigma Kappa were very ably led this year by: John Belshe, president, Harry Mullins, vice-president, Larry Downey, secretary, Paul Roper, treasurer, Harry Yoder, chaplain. Dr. Lansford and Mr. Comer sponsor the fraternity. 4 7 5 GARY ARG TOM COLEM. JOHN HARRI DEAN GARDN : and among ontests. Paul pus, brought the Kappas. f Kappa Sig- est. lals and Kap- ield to honor A. Also in the toward SGA st important arent-Alumni th the gradu- 'ere very ably identg Harry ay, secretaryg chaplain. Dr. fraternity. f "f'fVf5?'?? , , ff-Ye I7"'Cf- rr ' rrrrrr , arrn 1 Qf 2427 v GARY ARGO M , - I 41 ,if ., z r. ,, f A ,R-,I g9Q,gy5fg!,, kj A A K 21 7 fa ' . ,,,rr Q 525' I MELVIN AYTES 'f ' , f gmt , .,VV V f fo R 0129! ff V 1 0 ffff 7 f rrf- T0 M COLEMAN I WZ TERRY COOMES DEA N GARDNER ll' 'M ' 3535 il I- ,mff y '?f3'f'?31:ri115Zs2f f:3,v,,i. , , , ,2',fM': ff , ' 2'i',l.'L. Exe.:-'I DAVID GATHERMIER LEONARD GRANATO DON GREENWELL -f R ----- -Al---L-Q T- L----an----fm- u,l--.,.s?,,, ToN'1'B'AcoNE JOHN BELSHE JIM BUCHNESS LOUIS BUNTIN GARY CHURCH f 7 -wg?-fn., ww, fZJw,:.4Q,nf, I Nh 'f' -251212:-,J ma Econ ' 1 Mfwzf Z '9Lfg,.,:f:'f .1 hi, 2:1 W f 1 --55" I , 1 44' 3 c 1- : Q ,fXf.fn J H l. 35245 , - 1" Lg, ,Q 211 DAN cuMM1Ns LAR RY DOWNEY DENNY E1DsoN CLYDE EPPS LARRY FRANCE 'mm' HARRIS JOE HENNON EUGENE JACKSON BERNIE JENKINS ROBERT KINE ROBERT MAGERS RUDoLFo mmol-4 1 aw 51199122 fi if -,.- 1 . ' ,A " "" 1 .'f5'fif5E:'.:2s'Z 1 '- ff ,,,r si R I ' HARRV MUU-INS LARRY REID PAUL ROPER JIM scorn' RALPH SNOXVDEN HUBEM ,WH FRANK WILLIAMS HARRY YODER Those Not Pictured: Jack Duncan, Cliff, Katemanlr Daryl Koelling, Donald Moore, Ken Schmohe, Larry Schumaker, Norman Vinson. 7 JERRY GREER PAUL GUTSHALL ROBERT 1-mNsoN 138 Phi Sigma Epsilon Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity stands out through its close brotherhood, the many exciting and worth- while activities, and the opportunities in general that it offers to a college man. Phi Sigs constitute a fraternity with balance in every facet of their workings: The 23rd annual production of BLACKOUTS was presented this year in a two-night stand in Hendricks Hall. This annual show is written, di- rected, and produced by the men of PSE exclu- sively. Proceeds from BLACKOUTS are set aside tio provide for a new Phi Sigma Epsilon house some ay- Each spring, an entire resort on the Lake of the Ozarks is rented and the Phi Sigs and their dates enjoy a gala time for a full weekend of outdoor life. Other activities on the- Phi Sig calendar include open house at 500 S. Holden, Phi Sigs' parents day, Homecoming with an alumni program, the annual steak fry at Knob Noster Park, the Dick White Memorial Cancer Fund Dance, intramural sports, the selling of Christmas trees, Christmas parties at the house and in Kansas City over the holidays, the Phi Sig winter formal, participation in elections, Greek Song Fete, and the senior picnic. Also pre- senting impressive ceremonies, frequently held at the Yeater-Todd dormitories, are serenades in recognition of pinnings. This does not include the many informal events which are spur-of-the moment ideas and keep a Phi Sig busy having fun and ac- complishing his project. The Phi Sigs won Song Fete last year and car- ried off first place trophies for best house and window decorations during Homecoming as well as receiving honorable mention on their float in last fall's contest. 5 Again this year, PSE is well represented on the Who's Who list. Those being honored include Bill Grace, Dean Wells, Ray Niemeier and Norman Brooks. Mrs. Charlotte "Mom" Kelly, Phi Sig house- mother and "Coach" Clarence Whiteman and Dr. T. R. Gaines, sponsors, have guided the Phi Sigs in many ways during the year. The prosperous year of 1956-57 found these men at the helm of PSE's Iota chapter: Bill Grace, president, Gene Masters, vice-president, Dave Hel- muth, secretaryg George Morrison-Bill Harlan, treasurer, Dub Thomson, corresponding secretary, Dean Wells, sentinel and Pat Goodall, chaplain. I . ' U" ,- , I I f my A V 7 f 7 f f ,yy ,Wi W2 1, ? xg, 5 f Zf ! f f BILL AT BOB DA' ED GRN DAVE JOI EARL NC ntly held at serenades in Q include the -the moment fun and ac- ear and cars 3 house and ng as Well as float in last ented on the include Bill and Norman i Sig house- nan and Dr. the Phi Sigs nd these men Bill Grace, Ltg Dave Hel- Bill Harlan, ng secretaryg all, chaplain. ' .m f iii 'V tif-Wwff' , fi Z 7 ff I A f ff' 7 1? f"',q A A nayfxfig 6 ' 'yi K ef, 'f' 4 BILL ATKINS GENE AUGUSTINE BOB DAVIS ED GRACE DAVE JONES LLOYD DECKER --- ff-- ff -e -e---f - -M--4-QLIAL-.4..--1-.- . ..-:ln--...--.. ,, ,,. ,.,.,L....,,.- , BOB BAXTER NORMAN BROOKS HENRY DICK BOB DILLON A K-'4 4 z - 4 dr 4 ' ,Q -' lf, -C15-12352, 'at ws' Q ,,J2.,Wqy, :-- 1.1: ta '1 .41 1 , 2 A' f ' ' '4 1 ,-VV Q "gf ' N " if EDD BUSH KEITH COX GERALD CREWS GERALD FUCHS LEONARD GOODALI BILL GRACE BILL HARLAN DAVID HELMUTH DICK HERLIG WAYNE KATZ CHARLES KELLY BOB LARGE FC if-"Gig ':'f'T,'j4ft- l' Tfffff' 'j,y,iZ if Eff' 551 ,L if' ' 1i'f.,4Qf'fG Eiifiaie .. - 52 A-:PF , ' PM S . " Klfifeslf f. 3 L ,ww f"'. '-wi- , x 7 'Ariz ' 2- W' A . ROGER' HINK HUGH HOCKING DON JOHNSON BOB MERRITT BOB MOORE RAY NIEMFIER EARL NOLD BOB OMOHUNDRO PERRY OSBORNE JIMMY OSKOUIAN ART PAHL DON ROSS ED SCHAI-'PER AeQ,M.L,g- Q - R fig-4:25a Q 5, X, , aaa f,-. - .V ,. 'tin reg. 1. 4 2 W 5 ix? I fi ll rs E 1' .-,,., .. 2 'V ' ' A 1 wg PAUL SHERIDAN HAROLD THOMPSON JOHN THOMPSON GARNETT VVALTERS DEAN WELLS Those Not Pictured: Ken Brookshire, Bob Cooper, Bill Hampton, Gene Masters, George Morrison, Otto Sayles, Dub Thomson, Jack VVilkinson, Don Yockey. P Pl' Kappa Sigma Setting the pace for Pi Kappa Sigma's '56-'57 campus days, members featured smart and up-to- date styles as they modeled Homecoming week ap- parel in the annual Pi Kap Fashion Show. Pro- ceedcsi went to the sorority's Joan Hubbel Memorial Fun . Presenting their "dainty dish" for Homecoming queen, Pi Kap "blackbirds" introduced Bonnie Beissenherz in a convocation skit with .a theme, f'Sing a song of six-pence". Election chose Bonnie a princess. Social events furthered the year with fun and conviviality naming twelve pledges to blue and gold from winter rush. The big informal rush party turned the recrea- tion room of a Pi Kap patroness into "Wonderland" where rushee "Alices" came for an evening of gaiety and entertainment by the Mad Hatter, March Hare and other hostesses. Doris "Porky" Tuepker represented Pi Kaps in the Popular Girl contest and Martha Johnson in the Rhetor Queen contest. Feeling that social graces and poise are an im- portant phase of sorority life, Pi Kaps held two teas during the year honoring Founders' Day and Parents' Day. The annual sorority formal with a "South Sea Fantasy" theme highlighted the year's social agenda. Rounding out the Pi Kap social season, the sorority honored senior members with a fare- well banquet in the spring. Carol Watling Weir and Bonnie Beissenherz were elected to Who's Who. Officers for the year included: Becky Thorbourn, president: Carol Goetz, vice-presidentg Deleta Ter- ry, recording secretaryg Edell Schaefer, correspond- ing secretaryg Rita Scritchfield, treasurer. Sponsors are Miss Elizabeth Engle and Mrs. Mildred Lass. GLORIA DUNCAN JESSIE LINDAMAN NANCY PICKETI' DENISE STEHWEU ted Pi Kaps in :ha Johnson in mise are an im- Kaps held two lders' Day and a "South Sea year's social I social season, rs with a fare- eissenherz were :ky Thorbourn, ltg Deleta Ter- ier, correspond- surer. Sponsors Mildred Lass. nn n ds ,,h,' vdvl 'V.' g'tfgiUii I "J If I 1 3 I , , ,V ,, .,.. fn, .51 -I j, ff P 3 ff bf ' xiii .gg AH' I A' -- ...4L.-.Q....-....-., ...,,.i.alh1 f-....,- MARY ANDERSON RAMONA BARLOW GRACE BARNARD BONNIE BEISSENHERZ PATTY BYLER BRIDGES WANDA BYLER IFNNIIF FOOK f , I . , JUDY COUNTS Y , I . K GLORIA DUNCAN CAROL GOETZ RITA HANNAI-I JIMMIE HINOTE JENNIE HOLLOWAY SONJA HUGHES MARTHA JOHNSON MAZIE KOIKE JESSIE LINDAMAN JEAN MCFARLAND MARY ANN MALONE JANET MARCUM KAY MOORE SHIRLEY MOORE PAT MURPHY SUE NQQLE NANCY PICKETT KATHY RENICK CAROL RICK SHARON ROSS BEVERLY RUSH EDELI. SCHAEFER MARILYN SPARLING l'EI.l.K STEELE DENISE STE1-rwsm CAROL sur: STEWART JUDY STONE vmc1N1A s'roNE vvoNNE si-Rom: Jofw STUCKER mmm-,x Tsnnv nirxv '1 uonmizx moms TUEPKER cARo1. NVATLING warn MARGIE WHITE Those Not Pictured: Rita Scritchfield. 141 ' lv Sigma Sigma Sigma Opening the year's activities, Sigma Sigma Sig- ma sponsored its annual all-school Robbie Page Memorial Dance, the "Sigma Skirt Swing". Pro- ceeds went to the sorority's national social service project, a children's hospital in Virginia. Rosalee Buhler, "Sigma's Doll", represented the sorority in the Homecoming queen contest. Tri Sigmas received honorable mention on their "Bye Baby Bunting" house decorations. Tri Sigma's outstanding Dorothy Cretzmeyer Heimer and Charlene Ezell were honored by being chosen for Who's Who. 4 Feeling the true Chirstmas spirit, the Tri Sigma Uelvesi' presented Santa Claus and gifts to chil- dren of Warrensburg as well as a lively Christmas party. Sigma's winter rush party saw the Tri Sigma "Tots" entertaining rushees, dressed as favorite nursery rhyme characters. "Tri Sigma's Pearl", Sandra Boesch, was the sorority's choice for popular girl. Louise Borchers was Tri Sigma's choice for Rhetor Queen honors. With confetti and serpentine setting the atmos- phere of old New Orleans, a Mardi Gras theme made the annual formal a memorable occasion. Also on the social agenda, Tri Sigmas held a ban- quet in honor of their Founders' Day. Along with their many varied activities, Tri Sig- mas emphasize intellectual pursuits to retain the Panhellenic Scholarship cup which they won last year. This year's officers were: Marjorie Dunwiddie, president, Rosalee Buhler, vice-presidentg Ruth Waters, treasurer, Charlene Ezell, recording secre- tary, Nancy Hobson, corresponding secretary, Sue Jarvis, Keeper of Grades, sch, was the iise Borchers Queen honors. ig the atmos- Gras theme .ble occasion. s held a ban- 7. ities, Tri Sig- to retain the ,hey Won last e Dunwiddie, sidentg Ruth cording secre- secretaryg Sue xW JHQVJEQ 1' fry xv ,, M KM ,N ff! ! ,fy rx, f M' Q xii i ff S I ,W K4 QW ff if 'f' AMX I " w V ,. ,V 4: 42, ' 3 Nj I 4 ' ZW! Q 22- ' ' 'M:'f'fi'6-62 ii 1 I , fgzgzzf, , 3 1 1 L .5 S w P ..4.... - A.. 4 ' - - -- --- -Q ' vu-1.11.---.. mp... .. -..,.... ., , - ,, . , .,,,,, 5' lf! ,X 0 W? W W 2212? i ' I 72 -1,1-vw 1 , 1 -f if f f .- 5 Zclfa- 1 gl5Wf ,Z?!??f ex, " gf? 6-'?fi'f wx , f, ff , , L -. 1 , f , A xg" ' 4 fi A ,,,i,,, 1" - JANET BALDWI SANDRA Boss Lou -E N CH Ib BORCHERS SHARON BRYSON ROSALEE BUHLER HELEN CQQPER SANDRA HI-ZYNULDS rulxm-11,14 1-fff : - f.-mffwfzy' ,-1, -in my if' -' an ' 'ff ' 7 ' ' 7:4 'Qi ' 2271. ,fbfffmfi f " ,M K 4 i ink V MAROLYN DENNY JOLENE DOW-E PHY!-US DUNN MAR-JORIE DUNWIDDIE CHARLENE smart oon.our:s GOEDEL .mx cmzcom' DOLORES HARLAN SHIRLEY HEDLEY DOROTHY HEIMER MIHIAM HEMPHILL RQBERTA HENSEL NANCY HOBSON BARBARA HUMPHREY sun .mnvrs LUCILLE xmas' ROZANNE LEW15' JoAN LINDEH BARBARA ismnmgn uvmxw Mnrocrx rizrzm' wax u 1 1-. SANDRA PARTRIDGE MARY SEXTON PEGGY SHULL LOU ANN STITH MARY STERNE PAT Tl7'l"I'I.E pl' VH xx xi I Vs CAROL WILSON CAROLYN wise Thom, NO, piC,,,,.m'3 Pat Kreeger, Jan Licklider. 14 Sigma Tau Gamma Presenting the nationally famous singing group, to the student body of CMSC started the year's activities for the Alpha chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma. This operation required the true brother- hood which the Sig Tau's feel makes a fraternity a necessary part of college life. Homecoming found the Taus busy at work on float and house competition with "This little pig" and "The mule jumped over the moon" as their respective themes. Homecoming still fresh in their memories they began work on their annual all- school Harvest Masquerade Ball and winter in- formal dance. During the year, sorority-exchange parties crowded the agenda at 110 Ming with bridge and dancing being the main attractions. For Sig Tau's candidate for UMOC candidate they chose Kenny Hayob and Gene Plowman, can- didate for Popular Boy. Sig Tau Showtime for 1957 followed the tradi- tion which the '56 show, "Stalag 17" had set as one of the year's successful plays. With the crowning of the White Rose Queen at the Annual White Rose Formal and competition in SGA and all-Greek song fete, the year's activities for the men in blue and white were completed. From the roll of Sigma Tau Gamma, Gene Plow- man, Don Ploeger, Jim Rush and Will Rickman were chosen for Who's Who. Officers for the year were: Gene Plowman, presi- dent, Jack Kaeding, vice-president, Don Hobbs and Phil Small, secretary, Bob White, treasurer, Jerry Niedig and Dale McKinzie, house managers. Mrs. Bessie Taylor, housemother and Dr. Sam P. Hewitt and Dr. John P. Morris, sponsors, aided the Sig Tau's through the year. KS K l 4 2 L 2 9 I 5 , z V F 5 5 4 z 9 V Z 5 5 GARY JAMES DONALD DONALD 1 iff 2 E E w DALE L ed the tradi- ' had set as use Queen at mmpetition in 1r's activities ompleted. ' , Gene Plow- Yill Rickman mwman, presi- Don Hobbs te, treasurerg use managers. M Dr. Sam P. onsors, aided GARY BARNARD ..4.....- f l 1' 3- L A M . I fl' ' L? ','-. We if . f O, ff! f f f,"vf'f,wXf fy ' -f f,'. wwf X , ' , X! , W' 1 F - ALEX BARTLE'I'I' Lu-......-nal-iq.-..,., ,f -,.. ., ., ,,,,u,,,,,,,,,, W, aug. Q -J It A 1 ii. 7 D xx , s DEAN BLANK!-IN' . 5141? LARRY CASADY ROBERT CUPITQ LESLIE DFNNINGTON Ly-Lg M-,ENBEHG ff ' , f. ,:' . ' yt' it f ? 'n yv w., jf' , fi 'nz' . 'Lt' ' ff A fy iff W X , ff 0 J: L42 YW 'W JAMES EWART DONALD HERIFORD DONALD HOBBS DONALD FERGUSON LOWELL GARNER BOB GILLILAN SAM HARFIELD DONALD HAYOB KENNY HAYOB EUGENE HOLT JAMES HOOKER ROBERT HUNT EUGENE KAEDING EDWARD KENNEDY DALE LYNDE THOMAS MASTERSON DALE Mcxmzna LESTER MIDDLETON RONALD NADLER JERRY Nuzms nox,u.n mm 1 ws !,.5 a'F'1:2J : ' Hifi' 3 i Q in IE , , ' ' 'I I. -r Eifrmf " ' 51 f Ki,-i i ,sn 3 'fs,4,3li4,,, T z '-r 'af .v., , DONALD PLOEGBR RALPH PLOEGFIR GARY PLOVVMAN GENE PLOXVMAN EDXVARD ROBERTS ROBERT ROBINSON Y UH-.s Nl'b!i 'ff I PHIL SMALL I sim , x 'Q A Sis.. 2 his RANK STEWART ROGER TOTTEB ANTI-10Nx XFRNOX THOMAS WELL4 lrivl win" L Those Not Pictured Liar!-T Anderson Richard Brackman Benm Campbell. Jack Far- T ... ts's , figffxi-isa. -- L l In if L,, Lrell Robert Loxceall. Donald Milier, Eugene Toler, Robert iVhite. v i ? f ' Thu Kappa Epsilon l M L 4 6 The third largest national fraternity in the United States, Tau Kappa Epsilon claims a chap- ter in every state in the union with Delta Lambda chapter on CMSC campus receiving its charter in April 1954, therefore, becoming the fourth frater- nity on the campus. Building and selling bulletin boards took much of the Teke's spare time in the fall. The next proj- ect, the Homecoming float, carried the theme "Nursery Rhymesi' developing into the idea of "A Friday night's dream, on Saturday told." The Tekes took second place in float competition. The chapter was host at Christmas to many underprivileged Warrensburg children at a party in the shelter house. Gifts and refreshments were given by members who Hadoptedn each child. January 18th was the date set for the annual Bowery Brawl. The Tekes chose a "Bowery Queen" from the males of the campus and came up with friend Bob Ridge as the frolicking lovely damsel! Contests occupied the Tekes attention for the next two months. First came the UMOC contest with Joe Lammers as Teke candidate. Then came the swirl of campaigns for Popular Boy. Frater Dick Schrom was elected by the campus as Popu- lar Boy. Using the theme of "Interstellar Dream," the Tekes held their annual Red Carnation Ball on March 30th. Under the leadership of rush chairmen Jim Tur- rentine and Tom Latimer, the Tekes set a new record of pledging on the campus this year when 30 men took pledge pins to Tau Kappa Epsilon. Leaders for the fraternity for 1956 and '57 were the following: Ken Dickson, president, Jasper Moles, vice-president, Willard Reine, secretary, Stan Novak, treasurer, Paul Hollansworth, his- torian, Joe Lammers, pledgemaster, Bill Wear, chaplain, John Moentmann, sergeant-at-arms. JIA GLENN CH ED I-IAF E JOE LAM REX OW F JIM E on for the JC contest Fhen came oy. Frater s as Popu- 'eam," the n Ball on I Jim Tur- set a new year when a Epsilon. d '57 were Itg Jasper secretaryg worth, his- Bill Wear, t-arms. JIM AHLE f c. k ' ,Aj , 41 2 I f X f ,fy ff 15,5 , , ,, ,,., . , 4 , GLENN CHAMBERS ED HAFNER JOE LAMMERS ., . ,.,,, ,,., . . 35:53- 1-1 ,sf 51 -'PW 1 L-a6"1' I REX OWSLY JIM SELF K C Z: IVAVV "', j V c Z 4 14 A! 1 4, . ': 1 .fi LARRY RAI-:UR KEN DICKSON JERRY HANEY KURT LARSEN f44'.J ,"" w: 2' , , if AMIR PAMBElJHv -r'nf , ,. 5 ?' fi 5' 5 X f.. . .-1: W " I .-emi. I 'L BILL STACY -ALM wifi Wy, iz tvjz MW? ' Hg I M14 M ' ' Ma , 5 I , I V ,,,,' V,-,l A 5 hi 41.1,- yff f , waggi- BENNY BAKER TERRY BAKER fy . ,, gf .. ' af f K J ' f f ff f W 5 I , I 1 ' f- ,711 -ff. Vx 44' ef Z BILL BERRIE JOHN BREWER wx' ,. 'Q ' f , ' 3-'Q Maw.,-,f, , ' -.Q fy , 1 .': ff ,f. 7 Y Z pf Q M fix V ar ' W" Life! 'Q '1l'f.j.f?'j Q MICHAEL DUI-'FIN JIM DUNNAWAY ROBERT HARPER GERRY HARRIS f " .,,,, ..,, . 1 f' J f 7 W 5 f I I f,9 ,f if diy ,la rg! 11. if TOM LATIMER RON MALONE "1fi.'z..'4 ... , f . ,En .,., .- .ww 1' ' .Q :A ':1if5:':f::- AKAI., uv.-V'-: ..Aff.., 9 ,C 4, M . 'I-: '- HZ 1.211 fi.f1Z':.f2'32 A M, .1 I , ff 4' V 4 if K9 4 . KZ, A61 A 5 , 551, I ...W 5.-, . , . IVILLIAM EDWARDS HARRY HITE EJ, V. .IZEIMIEWQSZ ,,,, A JOHN MOENTMANN I ERNIE PARIS HAROLD PENNINGTDN BERT PETRIE JIM STROTH . wma :gears Z -if .- ' " ' . - 55 T. Eff'-"7 ,4i'i'fii?fi'?3??f' .I .V..?-E fkgzlk , in j' " . , W ' I BILL WEAR BOB WHITE ED STRANGE W. L. WHITE Those Not Pictured: Laverne Brummer, Rich Houston, Robert Kempf, John Morgan, Mick Mullin. DALE TEMPLE - .-.--. Ammfwmw-A-.7-1 ,. ---, I .. 5 I ' is JOE WILLIAMS JOHN FITTERLING JIM I-'LOURNORY PAUL I-IOLLANSWORTI-I LARRY HUTCHISON ,.., 2. V H W5 " ss-fi, H I' .',. " .',, H72 1 .,.' ,Q f I 77,1 V if 4 I X x gg? if 4 2 gfff ,I ,4 Q . 1 I I JASPER MOLES '12-Af-., -.'wzfQ.AQQ"-, 'fi: :ff ??fiff, ., if fffgfg-.Z-,: . ,l " l - ve-s-1 .2 2 ificfifzf' I ,V wif ., :R EI, ' II DENNIS PLIEMANN . . . 2. .AH - . , . 1 L 1' 1 I Q 'fr . ' 1 fa Nik 5 41 Q I . f . ' L. LARRY THOMAS In 1 5 A I ' J: --I-., Q ML . JIM XVI LSON V --'R ' Jun., ,. ., ...,.. - .. . .5 , , V . A , i g h , . I, ,ev . 'W 9 f , I. wa, 3 ?g?k1'f4 if. ' '-- ' of L. ,-I ' - .44 : . - :gif . 1121 I I ff".-,,' S .jfia..,..4i ,HQ 'x fm fu- w TUM BROWN KEN BUIILIC I YLE BURNS 'V Q. ff' 'ie ne w ' Eizffffl ,153 V714 xy" V. , :mf ' , ff W cf . 1 It I fff Aff I V 1 P Y 4! Qzafyfifzf 15 r g I ' I' 0-1 'J wg I I J 4 I I' I Sigfif . vA c UV'W? ,wr .1 . ? J E, Hai E ..,., 5. ,i 1, KARL NOELKER STAN NOVAK 'XA XVILLARD HEINI: LVTHER ROASA .pf i ,524 1 . .,.w,, fi I I I JIM TURRENTINI-Z EI,-I-ON vIL1,INLf i' .J-' R . k . ,Q , 1 'L 1 BILL XVINGFIELD BOB XVIXTI-QRS ig V In If NN 3 I I' V 4, .I , FRANK FRISCH DON GIBSON BOII CAHILL PA UL GRIMES LARRY JACOBS GARY JOHNSON GERALD LAB'-JS FRED OSIII-II. f 1 I L x '11 4 .1 I f DON SVIII I I' M I1 - MM lx-. 1, J.-XXIIF XY-XI I LII .Q if KK' -X Y'.If EX ULI L. Q4 1. -1 LARRY OWEN V V I l1lK'IIXIillNl'IIRll5lM I, IIIIRX XIII! XX.XNl'El.l, l 4 7 4 Theta Szgma Upsilon "Back to School" came the Thetas of Nu Chap- ter of Theta Sigma Upsilon with a fall rush party built around this theme. With the four new pledges added to their membership roll from this rush, cele- bration of Minerva Day, October 25th, held great meaning for the girls. Homecoming brought with it the usual thrills of such a big occasion for the Thetas. Many long hours spent in building Theta's float, f'Hickory Dickory Dock" and campaigning for Miss Ann Mc- Curdy, Homecoming queen candidate resulted in a closer friendship among members. On Social Service Day, December 25th, boxes of gifts presented to the home for Old Folks gave a true Christmas spirit to each girl. "Bayland" provided the theme for Theta's and rushees during winter rush. Baby books and rat- tlers set the atmosphere which added nine new pledges to their roll. "Carrnentia," Carmen Barlage represented Theta Sigma Upsilon in the Popular girl contest and Marion Braswell received the honors of Rhetor queen candidate. Courtesy Day, January 25, found the Thetas looking for the most courteous student on CMSC campus. The unsuspecting recipient received an award on honors convocation in the spring. With spring in the air, they began work on all- Greek song fete and plans for their annual formal dance. Leaders for the year included: Carmen Barlage, president, Carolyn Seamans, first vice-president, Marion Braswell, second vice-president, Bobbie Wikke, secretary, Betty Pointer, corresponding sec- retary, Ann McCurdy, treasurer, Pat Cassing, edi- tor. Mrs. J. P. Morris sponsors the sorority. CARMEN PAT I i HELENI -4-... .- ,-,- 3 A - 'Y - A- f--'ihl-i --gtg' ww,- CARMEN BARLAGE GERAINE BARLAGE MARION BRASWELL HEBE BRICENO BEVERLY BUTTS BEVERLY CARL I I z 1. - X .Vx A , I 1 PAT CASSING ORALEEN GLISPEY REBECCA GRAHAM ARLENE HANNING BEVERLY I-IOUX EVA ISRAEL F 125 s' , ,Ill ii HELEN KRULL KATHY KUHN SUE LYNN ANN McCURDY MARINA MILIAN VERA MOORE 1 2 BETTY POINTER LADON PULLEN -CAROLYN SEAMONS EARLENE STOCKSTILL NANCY TUBBESING JUANITA WHITE BOBBIE JO VVIKKE 149 41. XX 1, ' 515: x ."4 I., I FRESHMAN MIXER v Z FRESHM1 TALENT SI f Z W Z 2 f X Z Z ,, . ..-.1.N.Ahn.,J.i-.1,,-.fuzl-...mfaghgm ,rg 1- WOMEN WELCOME MRS. LOVINGER Highlighting the campus social season, the wom- en of CMSC honored and formally welcomed to the campus Mrs. Warren C. Lovinger, wife of the new president of the college, with an afternoon tea at Todd Hall. Sponsored by WSGA and Pan-hellenic Council, a number of Warrensburg residents were also guests at the tea. v I E 4 ' e 1 A I 1 li , in Princess BONNIE BEISSENHERZ Pi Kappa Sigma Princess SUE HYATT Delta Zeta Attendant Attendant ROSALEE BUHLER ANN MCCURDY Sigma Sigma Sigma Theta Sigma Epsilon f Q, n ., ,, 1-,. . 1 ,,-f.f-,vw . W 4 , MV 44. 1' if ' ' . Homecoming ueen MISS TERESA CRABTREE Alpha Sigma Alpha -5 ,, ' 1. ' 1' 'Z 415m H- KV- k,'1x'1.'u km-,S ,sk MZ 1 ,,y, A 153 mil? ' :Q ,at 2,1 b H :mf ,Q .. , iff, 11 " 1 5,35 WH gi. I. Pwr, if ,Q K I v, ,- -gy ' ww W V . 1 I Qs I 4 ! i 7 if fjffx X X V , I 9 , C 7, 15 ,V guy' 44' , -'+V , lwgff Sf rf H npfyl 14' v XV v-I M., Q., 2 2 fx 3 42 f' H 5 '31 :mf Q ! . 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M ,.,, . , ' .V A f f -I V V K ,W ' ' - -' nf' Jff'f"L-, N w ' ' Zlf' , Q' ,f' ' -f ' ' + f- Ay .'1f,4.fW4f ' ' 1 -'L ,z ' , V- , V K ,.V, . , L, A X , f ,, ,, is, Marilyn Grid- 3 1 1 1 P95 ll!! Lim it wr lj! li M ii 4 V. 1 l 1 I 1 Q L :ga :NV sw ., ai l I ,ll -1X ,IS 'LY ,Il x ., if ,l ,sl ly: I Hft , wg 11Ns rt .+, ,4, I, KY 5 Christrna season at Yuletide a and partie of Santa C and season ing activiti school Chr sponsored I grounds of nual featul tation of Orchesis a1 gram, emp .f A X. X 'r 2.2-" ..A...Y.- Q.- Season 19 Spirit Christmas glitter and glamour sparked the season at CMSC as the campus adorned its Yuletide array for gaiety, formals, caroling, and parties including a magnificent entrance of Santa Claus on his ,57 bicycle. Conviviality and seasonal glow keynoted the dorm decorat- ing activities of all students as well as the all- school Christmas formal and Wintergreen Ball sponsored by the Men's dormitories with back- grounds of Winter and festive sparkle. The an- nual features of the Christmas season, presen- tation of The Juggler of Notre Dame by Orchesis and the Hanging of the Greens pro- gram, emphasized the Yule spirit. Paul Roper retains Kappa Sigma Kappa's royal title to the affair as he is crowned ugliest man on Cain- campus by Edward Kennedy, president of APO. The contest climaxed the annual March of Dimes cam- I paign when votes sold for a penny. Opposing this year's winner were: Joe Lammers, Tau Kappa Epsilong Dan Cordel, Men's Dormitoryg Dr. Joel Dauten, Veteransg Gene Augustine, Phi Sigma Epsilong Ken Hayob, Sigma Tau Gammag and James Cash, Beta Sigma Chi. POPUIUI' I 'I I I A l r 1 ggqg..- ., :gms Campalgnmg fOr Epsilong ong Ken Popular Girl and Boy ,-1-z,Y-- .-V --- 1 1 I YE V ri! ' w Ml gli l W, V fig 1 ff , I ia ii? "3 lz, L: IH lf i ll lf ll? 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Band Leader A L E1 A H ., ,1,, . ' is 1 '1 . . -X 1 l ' l W 1 Durett and his orchestra furnished the ' 1 ' i 1 A arren ' 5 - music for the annual Rhetor Ball, the biggest social PATTI TUCKER Vocalist I 1 A event of the year. 1 A Climaxing the evening the Rhetor Queen was f 1 crowned hy Arthur Anton., president of the Stu- ii j dent Government Association. '1 I 4 1 5 , , 1 , 1 z , 2 ' 1 6 6 . .:4l,1,,,..,,.-..x-., . X.. .2-Eggs.-.i-... g 5 -J. , E X j-MTL-HT T ,V V A skilled sp Melbourne Je camera throu DENT and R and craftsmail raphy, he has ations and til plus proving finishing. Mr. Cannot he TW1 would have n more Comfort: Wino rsin do a if-7 ' "1 lsihlc be so eno Heat nu2 upy...m -...f, ...n.--- -,..,-...,-L. Sensitivity to life and eo le and vim . . P P ' d vitality class Mrs. Evelyn Runyori, sponsoiilipf THE STUDENT and RHETOR, as a su- Perior newspaper woman as well as an amica- ble mentor' for the annual. Devoted to all phases of Journalism, she possesses a keen senseof humor which helped to put tasks in a lighter vein. With knowled e of u l' . . g p b ications and an active interest in students and their work, Mrs. Runyon not only led the staffs through tolsuccessful products, but enabled them to gain. insight into their funtions and master techniques of their respective duties. A skilled specialist with lights and lens, Mr. Melbourne Jenkins has faithfully wielded the camera throughout the year for THE STU- DENT and RHETOR pictures with dexterity and craftsmanship. A connoisseur of photog- raphy, he has displayed a perception of situ- ations and timing to make the best pictures plus proving himself an expert in the art of finishing. Mr. Jenkins' only fault is that he cannot be two places at once as this quality would have made his closely timed schedule more comfortable for him. An example of one who can do a job which might be said to be impossible because of the time element, Mr. Jenkins' end products are an essential part of both publications. THE 'STUDE T Staff CHARLES KELLY Editor-in-Chief MARTHA JOHNSON MARGIE DUNWIDDIE' BILL HARLAN A,ssociate.Ed1tor Associate Editor Feature Editor K 1 ,,...,, ,, MARY KAY NIUSTARD EDD BUSH JOHN DUXBURY COIUIHII Ed1f0I' Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Joe Murphy Reports Robert Terry E Charle Betty V Wayne Ann Mi 5 ' , ,fgwf1w,Lo?' Q 'ilgffy . X Xp X Wx, 'F gm. ., News ii wggss Q1 5 ff-f 1, iff, X Reporters Not Pictured: E Robert Dillon Terry Baker gh?-leiirbe iicora K 9 t a e Waybiie Ehlergs Ann Miller 7 f ,ff f off if Q 7799, K 5 . ' g 'iizf , L 1, 14 I fi W. ffifglff ,7, ' WE ' yr, . mfr! Y itor ff Y Joe Murphy, Reporterg Rita Scritchfield, Assistant Society Editorg Bill Dahlsten, Photographer. 46" inf M H A ix. 15 ji Annum M, A,-'fini all 'il Bill Faber, Reporterg Liz Ekstam, Reporterg Donna Hitchcock, Reporter. y LJ X. BECKY THORBURN Editor RHE TOR Stay JAN GREGORY KEITH COX . . Associate Editor Art Editor MARTHA JOHNSON KAY BOSLER Lite Editor Organiza 1 i , KAREN J OINER Associate Organization Editor ,fi 1 I CHARLENE EZELL Business Manager GERALD DOUGHERTY 170 Photographer CHARLENE SECORA Publicity Editor rary JUDY GOSS SANDY HARLAN Clerical Editor Social Editor tion Editor JO RICHES PAUL SCHW MARILYN GI PAT CASS! LOUISE BORCHERS Associate Business Manag JOHN HOLLAR Assistant Photographer KEYES FLETCHER TERRY BAKER er Sports Editgr Associate Sports Editor Pat Bob KAY BOSLER Organization Editor QLAN tor KER s Editor JO RICHESSON PAUL SCHWARTZ MARILYN GRIDER PAT CASSING Pat Lovinger, Evelyn Maycock, Jo Richesson. Sondra Scott. Those Not Pictured Sally Turner and Bobbie Wikke. f?15f" ,ffflyievi 1 :Q V Z1 ' nms. v-m,,,,n ::ffei'w"5ff'5 I2 K 751,-as 17, , :few ff 'fx ' 1 . gf -1 1.24, ,, ,, W ,aye -f 43 2'2717.'7'J,f'J .izffljfgz if "' 24' Wirfwifllgg " Em jf ' ' f 224: 'nga' , ,, ft, - :few f W. gs- ,.,, 1 'Viz , gif? L, , ' f Er , ws, 1 f,,f, yi' 4-1 l, ff' e, E 3 , ' IV, I President Lovin er Presents Coveted Dlplomas Diplomas presented by Dr. Warren C. Lovinger climaxed week long events of com- mencement. Dr. Lovinger was inaugurated as the tenth president of Central Missouri State College on April 9, 1957. 77208 4 of com- ,uri State 7-""' ' v, ---,f.L..3.,1, L, LN M X - ' N - . A .. , ' 3.. N , 'if H, ' V .1 . ..-F: .-' N.-.--. 5-r-. -1- 5.-,--. .h ,.-R1 v J- .:.----Q. - v A-., , iW1?f:'1i: pJa'g".- '-3 93-Af ,, -:A -. 5."',','5"i' , .:'.:-1-I-Ee., 755'-'1'bJ'f'.'. ' ,'-ft... 'H s .,75Q,-','x.31-,-- .:i.Na.- Ao' -0. 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