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

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'V' 1 , . . ., in ,,.f- Wi ' V.. I u,,!.'--:xx A .. .-kJ,5. , . 4-.,- vw .. 'Q--A -. ., " ,, ,., -.Q--'?uliLSma-ua .-. 3 And its look, rude, unbending, lusty, mode me think of myself. Wolt Whitman "Leaves of Gross" MiDnCGNTEif5Ei2iT Pi.EE?i.iC iLiZ3RAR'Y North insiepsniiariicez Branch 50 Highway Zhi Sr 'Spring indepwidamre, MO 650 i l 'J 1 gr' .j 'ff K . i , .,, ,AW --........l-------W---H W'-f -'H lf L" ikibi' NllD-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY lllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 30000112064849 5 ARL R. Fosmz DEDICATION For 43 years Earl R. Foster, professor of chem- istry, has tqken a deep, profound interest not only in the development of student intelligence but also in the growth of the college. He has been on the campus to witness the transition of CMS from a Normal school to the largest state college in iMissouri. During these years he has seen many of his former students achieve distinction in their chosen fields. All who have attended his classes remember his subtle wit and keen sense of humor, his pa- tience and his understanding for through the years he has been a student of human nature. He has always been an admirer of the out-of- doors and this interest is reflected in his early participation in sports and later in his interest in athletics. For many years he has served on the faculty athletic committee and presently is vice president of MIAA. A graduate of the Warrensburg Normal and a lifetime resident of Warrensburg, Professor Foster also has taken time for an active interest in civic af- fairs. Central Missouri State affectionately dedicates this book to a man who has dedi- cated his life to assisting the student and who has given generously of his loyalty to his alma mater. r ' W, f at if . ' 5 . , A , . .. ,..,, ,,.. ww-Q-. y .........,,,1.,...-..-,.,,.,,....,..,..,,.,,,,.........-...,..- ., ...v-......, WS l ARREN . OVINGER PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE As the Old Elm represents stability, tradition, and growth in the physical world, so Central Missouri State College represents similar char- acteristics in the academic world. Established in l87l, this great College rapidly grew from small beginnings to a place of leadership among the outstanding institutions of higher education in the Nation. Since its establishment, it has represented the best in academic achievement and scholastic standards. Throughout the years, many fine traditions have developed. I From the halls of Central Missouri State Col- lege have come many leaders in our demo- cratic society. From these same halls will come many ofthe future leaders. lt is not by chance that this has happened in the past and will happen in the future. lt is because of the ex- cellence of the faculty, the student body, and the program in general which have been main- tained through these many years. When the chapter of history on higher educa- tion is written for the twentieth century, Cen- tral Missouri State College is sure to be men- tioned often and favorably. The Old Elm through its stability and growth exemplifies the traditions and accomplishments which make this College the great institution which it is. Yes, the Old Elm is a most important symbol of a great College. f . V . xl ,xv l f l l g f f 1 I -R A s ,X Z P' f .f ti' . -XX l F J ' 1 f ,.--"ff, X.- f ,, S 1 . --.L 121- -2 -' f if ENN J Wx XX. X J Q25-x. 12" DEANS 031 IRVIN L. PETERS DR. D. W. TIESZEN DR. REID HEMPHILL DR. FRIEDA GRIEDER' Deon of Administration Dean of Instruction Acting Dean of Student Dean of Women Personnel BOARD OF REGENTS CMS's policy-making body is the final au- Garrison, James C. Kirkpatrick, President fh?f'TY On OH m0f'fe"5 P9Vf0i"Wi"1Q TO School Warren C. Lovinger Mrs J Howard Hart po icies. . ' ' ' ' Earl T. Crawford, Leonard Huscher, Harry Flrmon Corswell' N STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL A The Executive Louncil is responsible for plans for Homecoming, Popular Boy and Girl, RHE- TOR Ball, S.G,A. election, Parent's and High School Senior Days. This, the administrative body of SGA., tormulates the rules, selects judges, plans the publicity, and takes care of the many details involved in these and other such activities, Standing: Tom Scherer, citi- zenship, Donna Richcreek, student center chairman, Bob Browning, student assembly, Ron Clemons, publicity, Jim Appleberry, con- vocations, John White, facilities, Boyd Ever- sole, president, Joe Murphy, treasurer. Seated: Alex Bartlett, vice president, Ruthanne Kruse, human relations, Marguerite Shehan, AWS president, Winnie Clark, inter-group relations, Joyce Smith, secretary. fi M W ' I f"' 11 I, y ,ric ' is R5 i ' rfyij f C " ,, I. ',,e" 2 1' W if BOYD EVERSOLE ALEX BARTLETT ROBERT BROWNING President Vice President Assembly Chairman STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSEMBLY The Student Government Assembly is the legislative branch of the Stu- dent Government Association, whose membership consists ot five elected representatives from each class. Serving as chairman tall term was Bob Browning who then moved up to SGA vice presidency. Winter term, Don McKinley was elected to take over duties at chairmanship. Back row: Don Grainger, Larry Ferguson, Bob l-lodges, Lyle Dusenberg, Larry Casady, Don McKinley, Ed Grace. Second row: Anita Wil- liams, Dan Anderson, Bill lhnow, Marty Goodman, Kay Satterwhite, Yvonne Strode, Lee Leslie, Rosalie Alexander, Seated: Vir- ginia Bell, Shirley VValker, Barbara Marker, Shirley Moore, Bob Browning. Not shown: Lloyd Decker. AWS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Through the activities board and the elected AWS Council, the Associa- tion of Women Students promotes the social affairs for all women stu- dents. The newly formed Judiciary Board serves as a board of equaliza- tion for all women students in the execution of the AWS handbook which contains the rules for women students. Standing: Al Beth Ritter, vice president, Bar- bara Snyder, corresponding secretary, Carol Long, recording secretary. Seated: Marty Shehan, president, Liz Trail, treasurer. lO STUDENT COURT The Student Court, the judicial branch of the Student Government Association, meets to hear and judge campus problems. lt is active in col- lecting fines for campus parking vio- lations. These fines are donated to charity. Standing: Bob Hunt, Ray Guard, Price Ellis, Becky Graham, Alex Bartlett, Tom Shears. Seated: Jessie Lindaman, Pat Strider. Not shown: Kenny Olive, Gene Williams. U I 5 ' C 4 Sl, r :ial ent :lge 'ol fio- to Ellis, for' 'Not ,Wm- SPECIAL SERVICES PLACEMENT AND ALUMNI PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Dr. Irl Gladfelter Mr. Townsend Godsey l FOOD AND HOUSING Mrs. Floy Timmerman and Miss Elizabeth Engle BUSINESS SECRETARY Mr. C. E. Muchmore PLACEMENT AND ALUMNI: This office bears the major responsibility for relating to CMS students the ern- ployment opportunities both on campus and off. PUBLICITY: This office is responsible for sending press releases concerning the col- lege to the communications media. FOOD AND HOUSING: Responsible for the food and housing applica- tions and contracts, this office es- tablishes and maintains desirable living standards in the serviced areas. BUSINESS OFFICE: This of- fice prepares budgets, financial rec- ords and reportsg purchases and dis- tributes all suppliesg and maintains up to date inventories. i, . BUSINESS OFFICE PERSONNEL Back row: Mrs. Verlee Klos, Mrs Terry Turner, Mrs. Dorothy Nichols Front row: Mr. Leroy Fisher, Mrs Donna Clark. , ' ll lil 3 President's Secretaries Rosemary Masoner, Delores Kitterman ADMINISTRATION SECRETARIES Dean's Secretaries Carole Walters, Gilda McMilIin, Mary Jane Lynch Mrs. Wilson Education Secreta ry Jeonne Scott Public Service Secretary Nelle B. Hoover i . s fqwys .1 ,area 2 55 . jr 1 27 ...,. 'll dy QM Qfla A , , ,rf ,f 432 L Q. .1 - Y , 7 ff 3 7 DR. CLAUDE H. BROWN Science and Mathematics l DR. GLENN R. GERDES Health and Physical Education l PROF. NOEL B. GRINSTEAD Applied Arts and Science I l l DR. REID HEMPHILL Graduate l l DR. LUCAS STERNE Business Administration .. ,: w..-.,-4.4. . .4 5-w g:." "' . ., - 'Y 4- ,, Y' Y ,,,,, ,, ff-,iff ...... ...f f...,..- ,I , .... , , ,, .., ,.,. , I ,,.. ,..,.NV,.,,... 4 1 5 :-Lita: , ,ff-,,.4, 3-,f, ..,... - , ,-we . ' F' ' Y 4:21 z 642-55 . - . - ,.fE'I. Ry' 4fMx,,' -. if ,W770 X ' ' 'V H JQQ ' :z:f?4M6Wfz:.:-7 . fwiwww Wm,-" ' ff ,- 7,4 swf M65 - Wi, .mf -1 V 9 f f 27,1 f C , f I Q 4 4 f W fy ,, X f 40, f ff ,, fmm 26 f ff ' 2 M' fx , -'M W fs' f 'w-w-fg.-ff...- fr f . i . ' f .K f P" -fffwff-Wi?-2' M54 z fvizafz, , 1 DR. L. AVERY FLEMING Social Science DR. ROBERT J. GREEF Language and Literature DR. RALPH E. HART Music DR. MARION S. SCHOTT Educational Theory and Practice DR. HAROLD L. YOUNG Field Service FACU LTY R. LESLIE ANDERS LAURA BAKER H. F. BALTZ AVERYL M. DQEIQIEZO' Aggigfonf Professor Professor Associate Professor BISHOP A , mm Professor of Sooiol Sfudieg of Home Economics of Visual Education ASSOCICNG Professor 5515 , of English of MUSC ,041 V frky " ' Q , f ' fios I L I Ill V .. 1 "i" L I I -QWSL. I' PEARL 5- CLIFTON J. EDITH BROOKS VIRGINIA WARD ELIZABETH CARMIE CASADY BRADSHAW BRITTON Associate Professor BROWNING CALLAWAY ASSOCIOTP Professor College Assistant Pr0feSSOr of the Teaching College Associate Professor of Business Laboratory School of Business of Music I-0b0"0f0fY School of I-0r'r1 ' Administration and Spanish 1 3 RACHEL STELLA T. GRANT M. DOROTHY CLIVE COOPER CHRISTOPHER CHRISTOPHER CLOTHIER y COLEMAN College Irlsrrucror Assistant Librarian Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Laboratory School and Assistant of Education of Librarian Physical Education . I. I I- ' , .fj2 'f f,.f,f2Q"i2' I . ' 6 :it 4:2.5:i2fE.f -"sv -: , 17f7fr-ff, , 5,1 1, vypff-i.'.' g J. ff.,Iv g ' ,V 7 Nj lj, "Q .V 'A E ugyv ' I . v, jf: '1v..'If.g'f. 92.5 .f .1 -' '--51. I . I V 'T E... .4 JAMES D. COREY BEN R. CRAIG SHERRALYN D. B Assistant Professor Associate Professor CRAVEN Asisdigti Igfsorxalslrslcgr MSIEGJIEJSBI of Educohori of ENQIISIW If1SfI'UCtOr of English Associate Professor College and Counselor of M0rI'19m0fICS of English Laboratory School , Im' J E . QI L '5 E F! I WIIISISIAM R. JOSEPH F, KEITH DOSS LARRY ECKLES EDWIN CHARLES! Associoteogifesso A DOLEFCKI Assistinrgt Professor Assistant Professor ELLIS r ssociate ro essor O peech f E I' h and Head of Economics and Dramatics O ng Is Professor of Art of Speech Department DY .sor X 4, X , hool FACU LTY 4,16 A 1 , . EMMETT ELLIS MARY E. ENGLE DOROTHY ETTER BOEERT W. KLETA H. FINLEY Professor Associate Professor College FILBECK Assistant Professor of the Teaching of Home Economics Laboratory School ASSISYOFIT Pl'0f9SS0V of EdUCGli0rl of Mathematics of Education CLARENCE B. EARL R. FOSTER THOMAS R. I 'N FERN GIBSON HELEN GILBERT OPHELIA GILBERT V FORD Professor GAINES Assistant Professor Associate Professor Assistant Librarian Assistant Librarian of Chemistry Professor and of of Industrial Arts Assistant Librarian Physical Education ,f -14- .fz -f , , 1,2 . . I LAUREN B. OSCAR SAM P, HEWITT JOHN J. HOWARD F. GRANGER HAWKSLEY Professor of Botany HEYTMAN HIBDON Associate Professor Professor College Instructor of Agriculture of Biology Laboratory School of Geography iWz.i'Q-4-wfy . f 4+ 31, iff. ,YM , 'lf , ,mg 1,-40 -gg, f -sm - 'E fiiiii 5 iri.i , A f ,. ,A . ",' 1 I V -5 g ' . L ' E -g li, 1' ' ' ' i ..,, , X... , ,MMV A, ffl I If ,li CHESTER RAY BERTHA A. LEO HORACEK AGNES HORTON EDITH M. MAURICE HOLLAND HOPKINS Assistant Professor 'Assistant Professor HOWARD HOWARD Associate Professor College , of Music . of Social Studies Associate Professor Director 4 of Physics Laboratory School of History Of TGSIIYTQ BUYGGU V fx 5 ....,, V I ,,,,.... -.d W I in I , ,k..L CURTIS A. ROBERT INNIS LOUIS H. JAGELS MELBOURNE V. H. CLAY JENT HUTCHERSON Assigfgm Pr0fe550r Instructor JENKINS Associate Professor Professor of Bible of Indugfriql Affg of German College of Education Photographer FACU LTY WILLIAM E. JOHNSON Professor of Languages CHARLES KELLEY EARL KETH WILLIAM F. Assistant Professor Associate Professor KNOX ' P f of Mathematics of Professor Assistant ra essor Physical Education of Education of Education I A , .',, 5 ' - --it 'i f """ ,f, . , ,,". M ' f X 4' , ,f , L... , -Q .x ferr- CHARLES KUHN RICHARD C. MILDRED M. LASS STANLEY E. LOUISE C. MARIAN LESHER Assistant Professor LANE ' Associate Professor LEBOW .LEONARD ASSISYGYW Pf0fe5S0V gf Business Assistant Professor of Business Assisfant Professor Assistant Professor of Mathematics of Business in EClUCOfIOr1 of EdUCOfiOl'l and Counselor .t,. r.:s. I ,I I ,aft ' a ll Y, f , GRACE E. F. LOW PERRY CARL D. LIVINGSTON Associate Professor MCCANDLESS MCMURRAY Associate Professor Of AQYICUIT'-'fe Associate Professor Assistant Professor of Home Economics of History of Political Science v,gg'1f.c ,gd DONALD K. MARCHAND Assistant Professor of Chemistry ALPHADINE KATHERINE JOHN PAUL R. CLARK LAURA JULIA CLARENCE R . MARTIN MORON EY MORRIS MORTON NAHM PEARCE Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Professor of Physics Associate Professor Professor Assistant Professor of W0me"'5 Of English of Education of Zoology of Vocational Physical Education ' Agriculture I ANNE HARVEY M. KATHLEEN FLOYD D. REES ETHEL M. REESE C W RICKMAN 25,5233 A Assistant :Professor Pgslszstant Professor College I ssocia e ro essor E ' L b h LPPOVOIOVY School of Elementary PhysicaIcEducation O omg Conomlcs O omlory Sc ool Education FACU LTY .,"f! , " ff. X' , A if L ' V I 'fl ifffff V 4321+ 1 J 1' ff! f ff 4,3 ,ff if f-rf -. ff 'A vin' ', -1 ,W "-' W f f Y' f f , f f f f if , ' f 9 ,j 'Z ' , f 1 2 ,I fa T X AMON D. CORRINE ROBERT C. ARTHUR L. EVELYN RUNYON ROBERSON ROBERTSON ROGAN RONALD Assistant Professor Associate Professor College Assistant Professor College of Journalism of Music Laboratory School of Art Laboratory School 'W 53 MI X DONALD E. KEITH SCOTT GEORGIA L. ELEANOR B. EVELYN LOUISE SATER Instructor SENNELL l SHOCKEY SIMS Assistant Professor of Business College Associate Professor Associate Professor of Education Administration Laboratory School of Music of Art f 7 ".' H 7 fr I " l i c' 'fir' "'- WF . ' . if ,r,, ff? MERVIN L. ROBERT E. WILLIAM A. WILLIAM S. VELMA L. ARTHUR J SMITH SMITH STANTON STONEY I TAYLOR ,A TER KEURST Assistant Professor Associate Professor Librarian Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Professor of Physics of Industrial Arts of Music Of English of PSYCITOIOQY fi V wwlgfgyigy fi 1, Ai . I M f , -i.,g, , , f f Wg, f , f, -WA .3 7 f' ,fy I , , CATHERINE F. NEAL TREMBLE LIN WELCH CLARENCE M. HARRY WILKEY TITUS Assistant Assistant Professor WHITEMAN Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Football Coach of Speech Associate Professor of Social Studies of English . ,and Head Correction of Health and Track Coach Physical Education HUGH B. WILLIAMS Associate Professor of Instrumental Music REBECCA B. RANDOLPH O. HAROLD YJNGER WINKLE YEAGER Associate Professor College Assistant Professor of Labc 'atory School of Economics Physical Education and Social Studies FLORENCE YOUNG Assistant Professor of Women's Physical Education .........-Hs., . .. ,..,..........,.....-.-...f --V - -- --Q--'-.--A... WOMEN'S DORMITORY COU NCI LS OAK HILL COUNCIL The self-governing body of Oak Hill is headed by president, Rosalee Alexander, vice president, Phyllis Romig, secretary- treasurer, Ruth Harris, AWS representa- tive, Beverly Cooper. Miss Cora Seldrige is house mother. HOUTS HALL COUNCIL This council governs 224 students in the main dormitory and l92 in the north wing of the two newest women's residence halls. President, Al Beth Ritter, vice presi- dent, Jane Schafer, recording secretary, Barbara Wallace, corresponding secre tary, Barbara Schumaker, treasurer, Nor ma Fuller, and dormitory directors, Mrs Amy Morey and Mrs. Stella Collen. Standing: B. Schumaker, R. Sparks, K Strode, C. Boeschen, K. Shober, D. Wood V. Roscoe. Seated: M. Hinken, M. Starke- baum, A. Ritter, B, Wallace, B, We-Ste,-- berg, N. Fuller, A. Raber. 1 l8 -qi, YEATER HALL COUNCIL Self-government by the women of this dormitory is under the leadership of presl- dent, Virginia Bell, vice-president, lil-'Ulle Kirby, recording secretary, Jo Gibson, corresponding secretary, Alice Schultz: and treasurer, Lorraine Eckhart. Hall di- rector is Mrs. Pauline Ryder. Standing: N. Ketchum, J. Neil, L. Silver, E.Lowrey, A. Leach, D. Harlan, D. Oel- klaus, S. Frik, J. Oetting, J. Gibson, V. Bell. Seated: P. Ryder, L. Eckhart, A- Schultz, M. Nelson, L. Kirby, C. Sachs, B. Stonner, C. Nichols. lIL at this F presi- Lucille Sibson' 1 :hultz, Iall di- Silver, P. Oel- on, V. irt, A. :hs, B. 1 I , , W 4 pig? f 1' A W if i , . M w e gt Ziff? 1' 'W' WOMEN'S DORM ITORY COU NCILS NORTH HALL COUNCIL Thirty-two women students live in this co-operative hall. L H. Doak, T. Schupp, P. Trent, D. Beall, B. Templeton, S lt's officers are procter, Pot Trent, president, Thelma Gore, B. Freund. Schupp, secretary-treasurer, Borbara Fruend, and house di- rector, Mrs. Harold Doak. TODD HALL COUNCIL Council members for Marie Todd Hall are president, Sherril Brush, vice president, Agnes Neale, secretary, Jane Fisher, treasurer, Mary Cawein. The l78 women of this hall form a self-governing body. Mrs. Bernice White is dorm director, Standing: M. Whiting, J. Fisher, D. Ott, J. Coyle, C. Asman T. Murphy, A. Neale, S. Brush, M. Lappin, K. Richardson E. Hake, B. White, D. Owens, S. Walker, M. Bennett, N Pickett, N. Otto, P, Bruce. Seated: B, White, J. Ellington M. Cawein, E. Craft, C. Long, J. Morris, N. Windsor. MEN'S DORMITORY COUNCILS DIEMER HALL COUNCIL Serving the i9O men of Diemer Hall this year were these dormitory council members. Led by two presidents, James Waller and Howard Wostell, this group co-ordinated Diemer Hall activities. Back row: P. Worden, G. Kirchhofer, G. Hoffman, R. Riggle, R. Meyer. Sec- ond row: J. Elliott, J. Danielson, C. Roe, H. Wastell. Front row: R. Green. INTER-DORMITORY COUNCIL This group of men acts as the executive council over all dormitories, making the final decisions in special areas. Serving in the office of president this year was Jim Self. The four main programs stressed throughout the dormitories are student government, general activities, scholar- ship, and recreotion. Mrs. Chiswell is as- sistant social hostess and resides in the Annex. Mrs. Callen is also an assistant director and resides in Hosey. Mrs. Alls- worth is the assistant director and head social hostess. She lives in Osborne. Back row: P. Worden, D. Edde, R. Hitt- ner, A. Lloyd, G. Myers. Second row: R. Delaney, J. Self, J. Martin, H. Wastell. Front row: J. Danielson OSBORNE HALL COUNCIL Governing the 95 men of Osborne was the duty of this group ot 'men led by Lorry Dilly, president, Bock row: P. Worden, D. McKinley, L. Dilly, B. Myers. Front row: T. Clark, B, Nash. lIL tive the ling was ssed lent lar- as- the ant IIIS- ead llff- R. 'ell. l W' IOS by L. B. X X HOSEY HALL COUNCIL Serving the 88 men of Hosey Hall as its governing body were these dormitory council members. l958-59 presidents were Clifford Crenshaw and John Hostet- ler. Bock row: P, Worden, B, Brock, R. Conk- lin, L. Bradshaw, R. Hanson. Second row: L. Leslie, C. Crenshaw, W. Ferguson, J. Hostetler, S. Callen. Front row: J. Apple- berry, D. Anderson, B. Kruger, B. Davis. MEN'S DORMITORY COUNCILS ANNEX COUNCIL The Annex council, led by Arthur Lloyd directed the activities of the hall for the l958-59 yeor. Bock row: P. Worden, T. Norris, R. Hitt- ner, E. Morriss, Mrs. Chiswell. Front row: D. Keck, M. Bowers, A. Lloyd. PHILLIPS HALL COUNCIL Known as the new men's dormitory until being nomed after Mr. Harry Phillips, professor emeritus of agriculture and geography, early this year, the dormitory has a capacity of 120 men. Heading the dormitory council was president Mike Honna. Back row: P. Worden, E. McGuire, M. Hanna. Front row: S. Fine, R. Roberts. . , -vu-.. ...-.......,......,.....-.Q..,. .-.--..-.--vw .......v-..,.-.-.............-f-.-..............- . . .........-.,.... 4-..-.f-...v.,.......,,-1-f.,.....,.... . . . Students, porents, and faculty enjoy the Porent's Dciy covered dish dinner. l 22 After lunch "tete 0 tete." PARENTS DAY Guests select from o wide variety of deserts. ACADEMIC M Xwisfxx A Q 1 SENIORS 1958 -59 i li ' Z 1 s i - , SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Jim Self, president, Jennie Cook, secretary-treasurer, not pic- tured, Gary Johnson, vice president. ADAMS, J ERRY H General Business Warrensburg AGN E, DAVID Accounting Wentzville Accounting Club, Chess Club 24 gn ADMIRE, WILLIAM Agriculture Shackelford ALFARO, JEANNETTE Sociology ond Psychology Alajuela, Costa Rica Dean's Honor Roll, Cosmopolitan Club, New- man Club rd a ALTHOFF, MARY Home Economics l Calhoun S.N.E.A., l.W.A., Colhecon, B.S.U., Young Democrats Club AMOS, WARD Accounting Plattsburg Young Democrats Club, president, Account- ing Club, treasurer, Veterans Organization ANDERSON, MARY Elementary Education Osceola, Arkansas Pi Kappa Sigma, corresponding secretary, social chairman, Junior Class Treasurer, Prexy Club, Todd Hall Council, correspond- ing secretary, reporter, RHETOR Staff, S.C. A., secretary-treasurer, Canterbury Club, president, Teke Princess, S.N.E.A., A.C.E. ANDERSON, THOMAS Physical Education Warrensburg ANDREWS, ROBERT Merchandising and Retailing Troy, lllinois Kappa Sigma Kappa, Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil, Dean's Honor Roll, Veterans Organiza- tion, treasurer, Merchandising and Retailing Club, Young Democrats Club ARCHER, CHARLES S0Cl0l0QY Calhoun 4 -71"-gf2'iw 4 X. ' xr ',i,1g',,i jkffjk .,-- 2449114 ,f-2 .eg M A Q.fifg,g Q ' ' SENIORS ARNALL, MARTHA ' Physical Education Sedalia P.E,M. Club, W.R.A., S.N.E.A. ARNOLD, WILLIS History and Geography Sedglig Alpha Phi Sigma, Newman Club ATKINS, DARRELL Sociology and Psychology Gentry, Arkansas Student Ministerial Fellowship, Baptist Min- isterial Fellowship, president, B.S.U. AYNECHIAN, MEHDY Chemistry Tehran, Iran Sigma Tau Gamma, Science Club, Cosmo- politan Club AYTES, MELVIN Social Studies 1 Owensville Kappa Sigma Kappa, social and pledging chairman, vice-president, sgt.-at-arms, par- liamentarian, pledgemaster, Phi Sigma Pi, Dean's Honor Roll, Veterans Organization, S.N.E.A. AYTES, RUBY NORTHERN Physical Education Alma Theta Sigma Upsilon, recording secretary, Dean's Honor Roll, R.E.W., P.E.M. Club, W.R.A., S.N.E.A., Yeater-Todd Glee Club 25 SE-NIORSI BALDWIN, ' BETTY Music Chillicothe Delta Zeta, recording secretary, Pan-Hel- lenic Council, Todd Hall Council, Dean's Honor Roll, Crescendo Club, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, Band, Orchestra, A Cappella Choir, S.N.E.A,, M.E.N.C. BALLINGER, LOUISE Business Education Knob Noster Accounting Club, Business Education Club, l.W.A. BANNISTER, MIRIAN Art Odessa BARNES, ,WILLIAM Elementary Education Appleton City Commerce Club,' International Relations Club, Young Democrats Club, S.N.E.A., A. C.E., Square Dance Club BARNETT, PEGGY Elementary Education Roscoe BARNEY, GAROLD Social Studies Ngpgl California 26 BARTLETT, ALEX Social Science Warrensburg Sigma Tau Gamma, S.G.A., vice president, Honor Key, Who's Who, Freshman Class President, Sophomore Class Vice President, Prexy Club, Mace and Torch, Alpha Phi Sigma, Phi Sigma Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, Schol- arship Award, Hall of Recognition, Dean's Honor Roll, D.S.F., State President, U,C. C.F., R.E.W., Congressional Internship, Young Democrats, president, International Relations Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Foreign Language Club, Student Center Committee, Freshman Counselor BATES, ROBERT Chemistry Sedalia Kappa Sigma Kappa, Dean's Honor Roll, Student Center Committee, Jazz Club BAUMGARTNER, KEITH Industrial Arts Versailles BAUMGARTNER, RONALD Industrial Arts Versailles BECK, JOHN Physical Education Higginsville BECKHAM, JOE Merchandising and Retailing Butler Sigma Tau Gamma, Diemer Annex, Execu- tive Council, Commerce Club, Merchandis- ing and Retailing Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, M Club BE As Ac Pr ur BE En Al Hc As Pa De De DH Cl ier Soi mi BE Ele Al, De N. BE Ac De BE Soc Ta BO: Col BEf Acc DOI me Clu Clu nurg ent, lass ent, Phi hol- :IDIS J.C. hip: anal aign tee, lalia Zoll, illes illes fille itler acu- dis- mall, BEERS, ROY Agriculture-Business Kansas City, Kansas Acacia, president, Junior Class, president, Prexy Club, Inter-Fraternity Council, treas- urer, Commerce Club, S.N.E.A. BELL, VIRGINIA English Independence Alpha Sigma Alpha, vice president, Yeater Hall Council, president, Who's Who, S.G.A., Assembly, Court, Honor Key, Prexy Club, Pan-Hellenic, A.W.S., Hall ot Recognition, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, historian, Psychology Club, vice president, English Club, treasurer, Jazz Club, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, Freshman Or- ientation, co-ordinator, Student-Faculty Lai- son Committee, Community Concerts Com- mittee, S.N.E.A. BERGMEIER, JOYCE Elementary Education St. Louis Alpha Phi Delta, Dean's Honor Roll, Gamma Delta, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, Dolphins, S. N.E.A. BERNER, HARRY Accounting Lake Ozark Dean's Honor Roll, Accounting Club. BERRIER, WILLIAM Social Science Butler Tau Kappa Epsilon, Osborne Hall Advisory Board, Osborne Hall Council, Freshman Counselor BESTGEN, ROBERT Accounting California Dormitory Executive Council, secretary, Die- mer Advisory Board, secretary, Newman Club, Accounting Club, Young Democrats Club SENIORS BINDER, NANCY Social Studies Independence l.W.A., Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, D.S.F., U.C.C.E., Band, Orchestra, Crescendo Club, International Relations Club, S.N.E.A., Freshman Counselor, 4-H Club BISHOP, GUY Chemistry Sf- Louis BOWMAN, NANCY Mathematics Lathrop Who's Who, A,W.S. Judiciary Board, Prexy Club, Hall of Recognition, Sigma Zeta, Kap- pa Mu Epsilon, secretary, Alpha Phi Delta, president, Dean's Honor Roll, Outing Club, president, W.R.A,, president, S.N.E.A., Square Dance Club, Freshman Counselor BRANCATO, PETER Marketing Kansas City Young Democrats Club, treasurer, Inter- national Relations Club, Social Dance Club, Merchandising and Retailing Club, Science Club BREWER, JOHN Industrial Arts Independence BRILLAULT, EDWARD I Accounting Kansas City Kappa Sigma Kappa 27 SENIORS BROERMANN, CAROLINE Social Studies New London BROOKSHIER, JOHN Agriculture Warrensburg BROWN, CRYSTAL . Elementary Education i Cossvllle l.W.A., Alpha Phi Delta, Dean's Honor Roll, Chorus, Young Republicans Club, A.C.E., S. N.E.A. BROWN, THOMAS General Business Jefferson City Tau Kappa Epsilon, General Business Club BROWNFIELD, KEVIN Social Studies Raytown Alpha Kappa Lambda, Westminster Fellow- ship, S.N.E,A. ' BROWNING, ROBERT BIOIOQY Warrensburg Alpha Kappa Lambda, corresponding secre- tary, S.G.A., vice president, Student Assem- bly chairman, Student Court, Who's Who, Hall of Recognition, Mace and Torch, presi- dent, Beta Beta Beta, vice president, Phi Sigma Pi, Dean's Honor Roll, Westminster Fellowship, moderator, S.C.A. 28 BRUCE, JOELLEN n giology Hotchki BRUNS, DONAL Physical Education Varsity Football, Varsity Track, ucators Club, M Club BUBIER, CORINNE Business Education BUDD, ANTOI N ETTE Speech Correction BURNS, WILLIAM Merchandising and Retailing Tau Kappa Epsilon, Osborne H Board, Merchandising and Ret treasurer, A Cappella Choir, Club BWODERSEN, CYNTHIA Home Economics ss, Colorado Holden Physical Ed- Weaubleau Kansas City Braymer all Advisory ailing Club, Commerce Syracuse Kappa Omicron Phi, secretary, president, Colhecon, treasurer, Miss Colhecon, Alpha Phi Delta, Dean's Honor Roll, S.N.E.A., M. H.E.A. BY ML Pi Sig ter pel Shi BY Ph' Ka Box Art CA Ph' CA Sec Bu: CA Soc Yo CA Ele BYLER, WANDA Music Boonville Pi Kappa Sigma, sgt.-at-arms, Alpha Phi Sigma, Yeater Hall Council, secretary, Yea- ter-Tood Glee Club, Crescendo Club, A Cap- pella Choir, Orchestra, Freshman Talent Show BYRD, JOHN Physical Education Clinton Kappa Sigma Kappa, Osborne Hall Advisory Board, Young Democrats Club, Industrial Arts Club, Physical Educators Club CAMPBELL, BENNY Physical Education Windsor CARROLL, JOAN Secretarial Science Lee's Summit Business Club, S.N.E.Al, B.S.U. CARRON, EDWARD Social Science Belle Young Democrats Club, S.N.E.A. CARVER, CAROLYN Elementary Education Warrensburg We P ' 5- 'f,.' 3170" " 'C- mf "',, 2 2 T ttist J ,--,,V xg, ' 5 fyti, iiiyst. 1 L ff ietii 3 mi. , ff,, f- Af -' l, ,,r-L I ,Lr,. gif iyii A itii A iiti 'fiicft 2 '33, VE' 'SENIORS CASADY, LARRY Mathematics Warrensburg Sigma Tau Gamma, S.G.A, Assembly, Phi Sigma Pi, president, Sigma Zeta, Prexy Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Alpha Phi Sigma, Dean's Honor Roll, Freshman Counselor, Freshman Talent Show, Show-time, Band, U.C.C.F. CASH, JAMES Music Warrensburg CHAMBERS, CHARLES Social Science Kansas City Alpha Phi Sigma, Phi Sigma Pi, Student Cen- ter Committee, Social Dance Club CHANDLER, JACK . Biology Warrensburg CHINN, MAXlNE Elementary Education Kansas City CHURCH, WAYNE Physical Education Physical Education Club, S.N,E.A, Stanton, Texas 29 SENIORSI CHURCH, OLIVE u Business Education 56dOlIO Alpha Phi Delta, Business Education Club, S.N.E.A. CLARK, CAROLYN English ROYTOWV' CLARK, FRANKIE Business Education California Tau Kappa Epsilon, Diemer Advisory Board, Business Education Club, S.N.E.A., B.S.U. CLARK, WINNIE Elementary Education Kansas City S.G.A. Executive Council, A.W.S., Todd Hall Council, Freshman Counselor, S.C.A., S.N. E.A., A.C.E., B.S.U. CLEVELAND, sHiRLEY ' Elementary Education Warrensburg CONN, ROBERT Agriculture Education Portis, Kansas Acacia, Agriculture Club, S,N.E.A. 30 ' 7 ,7 - V77 f f ' fa' f , f X f , 4 i , Q' Hy. fa 4,. ff f ,ff x6 f ' eg f f X f ,.,,if5 asf .yy X it sg, W! Q a 4 f 4 f ,I .,-if - f f fn- Q :W f f f"' 1w" f ,J f f , ww f ya f aj COOK, JENNIE Elementary Education Kansas City Pi Kappa Sigma, recording secretary, Pan- Hellenic, president, Prexy Club, Senior Class, secretary-treasurer, Who's Who, Hall of Recognition, Alpha Phi Delta, S.N.E.A. COOPER, BEVERLY Physical Education Syracuse PEM Club, W.R.A., S.N.E.A. COOPER, JOHN Accounting Waverly COOPER, ROBERT Bl0l0QY Warrensburg COTTERELL, CHARLES PSYCl'1OlOgy Independence Varsity Football, Liahona, Psychology Club COWAN, CHARLES Sociology and Psychology Humgngville CF Bm. Sh fel M Sc Cl Pl' V: CF Int lI'11 SQ CL Ph Cl. Ph Va CL Ac Sig Frc CIL City Pan- lass, I of cuse rerly Jurg ance -lub ville CRAFT, ELAINE Business Administration , Kansas City Student Court, clerk, Todd Hall Council, sec- retary, Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Omega Pi, M.S. M., secretary, Dean's Honor Roll, Secretarial Science Club, Freshman Counselor CRAFT, JAMES Physical Education Odessa, Texas Varsity Football, M Club CRAWFORD, FOSTER Industrial Arts Cotter, Arkansas Industrial Arts Club, Wesley Foundation, Square and Compass Club CUMMINS, DANIEL Physics Silver City, New Mexico CUMMINS, JACK Physical Education Greenwood Varsity Football, Physical Education Club CUPITO, ROBERT Accounting Kansas City Sigma Tau Gamma, president, S.G.A., Inter- Fraternity Council, Varsity Baseball, M Club, Accounting Club . SENIORS DACE, DELBERT Art St. Louis RHETOR, art editor, Deon's Honor Roll, Freshman Counselor DAHLSTEN, WILLIAM General Business Kansas City Acacia, BMOC, Diemer Advisory Board, sec- retary, Inter-Dormitory Executive Council, STUDENT Photographer, RHETOR Photog- rapher DAVIS, ROBERT Business Administration Raytown Phi Sigma Epsilon, Hosey Hall Council, vice president, Student Center Cabinet, Student Center Committee, Cheerleader, Head Cheer- leader, Commerce Club, ChiIdren's Play DELANEY, BERNICE English and Social Studies Warrensburg Prexy Club, Hall of Recognition, Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, president, Dean's Honor Roll, International Relations Club, secretary, English Club, Ce- mast Editor DELAPP, CAROLYN . Speech Correction Kansas City Theta Alpha Phi, vice president, C,M.S.C. Players, B.S.,U., vice president, DELOZIER, MARJORY Elementary Education Clinton S.N.E,A. . y3I SENIORS DESCOMBES, CHARLES Biology Leelor' Phi Sigma Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, president DEXHIMER, JUDITH Elementary Education Warrensburg A.lpha Phi Delta, A.C.E., S.N.E.A. DlLLON, ROBERT English Kansas City Phi Sigma Epsilon, corresponding secretary, Blackouts, co-director, Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil, Student Court, Diemer Hall Council, Hall of Recognition, STUDENT, editor, key, Clin- ton-Eye Editor's Award, RHETOR, literary editor, Mad Mule Staff, Freshman Coun- selor, Student Center Cabinet, Student Cen- ter Committee, Boosters Club, A Cappella Choir DINSMORE, JERRY H Biology Independence Beta Beta Beta, S.N.E.A. DISNEY, ALAN Merchandising and Retailing Osceola Sigma Tau Gamma, treasurer, Diemer Annex Advisory Council, Merchandising and Retail- ing Club DOD, WILTON General Business Kansas City AC0f3l0i PVGXY Club: Veterans Organization, Dfesldeflfi Young Republicans Club, presi- dent, Outing Club, treasurer, Genergl Busi- ness Club 32 DOUGLAS, LARRY Music Rich Hill Sigma Tau Gamma, Crescendo Club, Orches- tra, Chorus, Band, M.S.T.A., S.N.E.A., M.M. E.A. DOWLER, THEODORE Biology Warrensburg Phi Sigma Epsilon, Varsity Football, M Club DOYLE, JUDITH Elementary Education Boonville Dean's Honor Roll, A.C.E., S.N.E.A. DRISCOLL, JEAN Sociology St. Louis l-lauts Hall Council, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, Psychology Club, Young Democrats Club, S.C.A., U.C.C.F. DU N NAWAY, J AMES AFT Versailles Tau Kappa Epsilon, historian DUSENBERG, LYLE Accounting Boonville Sigma Tau Gamma, house manager, Show- time, S.G.A. Assembly, Diemer Advisory Board, lnter-Fraternity Council, Freshman Counselor, Accounting Club l Di Gi Pl in EE M Bc EE M Pi Cl El- lni Ell lni Kc On ELI Bu: Alt De De sec S.l' lill SS- M. irg ub Ile lis lb, lb, es le N- VY JFI DUXBURY, JOHN General Business Kansas City Phi Sigma Pi, STUDENT Editor, General Bus- iness Club A EDMUNDS, CHARLES Music Education Independence Band, Chorus, Orchestra, S.N.E.A., M.E.N.C. EDSON, GERALD Music Education Independence Pi Kappa Lambda, Dean's Honor Roll, Band, Chorus, Orchestra, S.N.E.A,, M.E.N.C. EHLERT, WAYNE industrial Arts Concordia EIDSON, DENNIS Industrial Arts Grandview Kappa Sigma Kappa, secretory, Alpha Phi Omega, pledge master, Industrial Arts Club ELLIOTT, GLYNNA Business Education and English Windsor Alpha Phi Sigma, vice president, Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Omega Pi, secretary-treasurer, Dean's Honor Roll, Business Education Club, sgecriretary-treasurer, Young Republicans Club, . .E.A. , SENIORS ELLIS, PRICE Social Studies Worrensburg ELSBERRY, MARGUERITE Worrensburg EMANUEL, ARTHUR Merchandising and Retailing Odessa Merchandising and Retailing Club r EVERSOLE, BOYD Biology Lowry City S.G.A., president, Who's Who, Prexy Club, B.S.U., president, S.C.A., Beta Beta Beta, Biology Club, German Club: Youna Demo- crats Club, Student-Faculty Liaison Commit- tee, Community Concerts Committee, R.E W., Freshman Counselor, S.N.E.A. EVES, CAROL Physical Education Brentwood Who's Who, A.W.S., president, Hall of Rec- ognition, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Yeater Hall Council, Dean's Honor Roll, PEM Club, W.R.A., U.C.C,F., S,N.E.A., Dol- phins, president, Student Center Committee, Freshman Counselor, Orchesis FAUBIAN, RAYMOND Education Pleasant Hill 33 SENIORS FERGUSON, DONALD Accounting Clay Center, Kansas Sigma Tau Gamma, president, Who's Who, Student Court, Mace and Torch, yice-presi- dent, Phi Sigma Pi, Prexy Club, Dean's Hon- or Roll, Inter-Fraternity Council, secretary, Accounting Club FIENE, FREDDIMAE Elementary Education Green Ridge Todd Hall Council, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, R,E.W., A.C.E., S.N.E.A. FINKE, HOWARD Merchandising and Retailing LaMonte Merchandising ond Retailing Club, Physical Educators Club, Baseball Team, Manager FLYNN, CECIL L. Elementary Education Blue Springs Newman Club S N E A Square Dance Club FOSTER KENNETH WAYNE Agriculture Warrensburg Agriculture Club 4 H Club Outing Club FREDERICKS EDWARD Physical Education Liberty Varsity Football Co c t Ph I Ed fOI'S Club Mclub cp om WCG UCC 34 FREEMAN, FRANK Physical Education Leavenworth, Kansas Varsity Football, Co-captain, M Club, Kappa Sigma Kappa, M.l.A.A. Center, M.l.A.A. Sportsmanship Award, A Cappella Choir GAINES, DENA Elementary Education Warrensburg GARD, RAYMOND General Business Lawrence, Kansas Acacia, secretary, president, S.G.A., Prexy Club, Inter-Fraternity Council, Comrnerce Club, treasurer, Varsity Football GARDNER, CALVIN General Business Grandview Kappa Sigma Kappa, secretary, Dean's Hon- or Roll, Veterans Organization, General Bus- iness Club GARDNER, WILLIAM lndustrial Arts Pleasant Hill Prexy Club, Beta Alpha, president, Dean's Honor Roll, Industrial Arts Club GEHRS, LOU Elementary Education Kansas City Pi Kappa Sigma, Yeater Hall Council, treas- urer, Houts Hall Council, Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil, Student Center Committee, R.E.W., Yea- ter-Todd Glee Club, Crescendo Club, A Cap- pella Choir, S.N.E.A., A.C.E. GEO Phys Vars GIDI GI LL Hom Yeat Todd GLIS Elem GOLE Elemi Alphl ins, S GOOI Home Alphi Orchi , Kansas 1, Kappa M. I .A.A. Ihoir rensburg I, Kansas t., Prrexy ommerce randview in's Hon- eral Bus- isant Hill , Deon's nsas City :il, treas- 1ic Coun- W., Yea- I, A Cap- GEORGE, GENE Physical Education Kclnsas City Varsity Football, M. Club GIDDENS, GENE Rolla GILL, GAYANNE Home Economics Kansas City Yeater Hall Council, RHETOR Staff, Yeater- Todd Glee Club, Student Center Committee GLISPEY, ORALEEN Elementary Education Independence GOLDIN, SARA Elementary Education Marshall Alpha Phi Delta, Dean's Honor Roll, Dolph- ins, S.N.E.A., A.C.E. GOODENOUGH, DONNA Home Economics Hume Alpha Phi Sigma, S.N.E.A., Colhecon, Band, Orchestra semons GOODWIN, JUDITH Elementary Education Richmond, Virginia B.S.U., S.N.E.A. GOOLD, RONALD General Business Kansas City Acacia, Business Club, Liahona Fellowship, Young Republicans Club GORRELL, BONNIE Business Education Sedgliq Pi Omega Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Dean's Honor Roll, Commerce Club, Young Democrats Club GOUCHER, LYLE Physical Education Leeton Physical Educators Club GOWING, JUDITH Elementary Education ' Orrick Todd Hall Council, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, S.N.E.A., A.C.E. GRACE EDWIN Music Harrisonville Phi Sigma Epsilon, president, Who's Who, Inter-Fraternity Council, president, S.G.A,, Executive Council, Assembly, Honor Key, Hall of -Recognition, Prexy Club, Deon's Honor Roll, Essig Collection, director, Cres- cendo Club, president, Blackouts, co-direc- tor, Choir, Band, Orchestra, Dockery Four, Ed Grace Dance Orchestra, R.E.W., Fresh- man Counselor, S.N.E.A,, M.S.T.A., M.E. N.C. 35 SENIORS GRAY, FRANK Merchandising and Retailing Kansas City, Kansas Acacia GREENWELL, DONALD Business Administration Belton Kappa Sigma Kappa, vice-president, Retail- ing and Merchandising Club, Freshman Foot- ball, Freshman Track ' GREER, JERRY L. Business Education Sedalia Kappa Sigma Kappa, treasurer, publicity sec- retary, Student Center Committee, Square Dance Club GREER, NANCY Elementary Education Independence Delta Zeta GRIFFITH MARY Sociology and Psychology ROIIQ GRIFFITH WALLACE H Mathematics Pleasant Hill GRIGGS, CHARLOTTE I Physical Education S9Cl0l:O P.E.M. Club, W.R.A. GUESS, RICHARD Business Education Albany Tau Kappa Epsilon, Business Education Club, Industrial Arts Club, Varsity Football, Var- sity Track GUNDERSON, DAVID Accounting Longmont, Colorado Accounting Club, Varsity Tennis, Liahona Fellowship, treasurer GUNDERSON, DELORES English Chicago, Illinois Alpha Phi Delta' Yeater-Todd Glee Club' Liahona Fellowship secretary S N EA GUTSHALL PAUL Mathematics and Physics Adriqn Kappa Sigma Kappa Inter Fraternity Coun cil Kappa Mu Epsilon GUYTON HELEN Secretarial Science Columbia IWA Orchesis vice president Secretarial Science Club I I I I I ll I I I I I I I I I I I I l alia l l l iny J Jb, ar- l l l ido ll 'na ll l l l I l Jus 4 nb, , i l Jn n- l l l ia J al l l i I l i ,L. . HALL, BARBARA Elementary Education bMOfSl'10ll Dean's Honor Roll, l.W.A., historian, U.C. C.F,, S.N.E.A., treasurer, Square Dance Club HAMAMOTO, JUDITH Elementary Education Kayai, Hawaii Dean's Honor Roll, Freshman Counselor, A. C.E., secretary, S.N.E.A. HANNING, ARLEEN Elementary Education Sedalia Theta Sigma Upsilon, vice-president, Pan- Hellenic Council, vice-president, Todd Hall Council, Popular Girl Candidate, RHETOR Staff, organizations editor, S.N.E.A., A.C.E., A.W.S. HARGRAVE, JAMES Industrial Arts Blgirgfown HARLAN, DELORES Secretarial Science California Sigma Sigma Sigma, treasurer, president, Who's Who, Yeater Hall Council, Prexy Club, Hall of Recognition, Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Omega Pi, chaplain, Dean's Honor Roll, Secretarial Science Club, vice-president, greshman Counselor, A.W.S., S.N.E.A., B. .U. HARRIS, GERALD Merchandising and Retailing Kansas City Tau Kappa Epsilon, president, lnter-Frater- nity Council, president, Who's Who, Sopho- more Class president, S.G.A. Assembly, Die- mer Hall Advisory Board, Prexy Club, Hall of Recognition, Freshman Orientation chair- man, Student Center Cabinet, Alpha Phi Omega, Varsity Baseball, M Club, Merchan- dising and Retailing Club, vice-president, president ,aan 133' , ,,,s -l"" iff? iitt A ' . fy, t f,,. Q. ,glvtxy pig... , ,V , 2,1 . SENIORS HARRIS, RUTH ELAINE Elementary Education Jamestown Prexy Club, Alpha Phi Delta, B.S.U., presi- 'dIeEt,6xA.W.S. Judiciary Board, secretory, S. HART, MARY Music Education Excelsior Springs Band, Choir, Orchestra, Crescendo Club, S.N. E.A., M.E.N.C. HAUBEIN, MARY Elementary Education Kansas City HAWTHORNE, RAY Kansas City HAYES, GORDON Accounting Kansas City HAYNES, LINDA Elementary Education Grandview Delta.Zeta, Homecoming Princess, Todd Hall Council, Dean's Honor Roll , -37 SENIORS HEATH, ELBERT Physics Oak Grove HEMPHILL MIRIAM Elementary Education Warrensburg Sigma Sigma Sigma recording secretary keeper of grades Pan Hellemc Councll Hall of Recognntuon Deans Honor Roll West mnnster Fellowshup Orchestra Freshman Counselor S N E A R E W HENSEL CAROL Mathematics Affton Slgma Sxgma Sigma vnce president Houts Hall Council presldent Kappa Mu Epsilon Dolphlns AWS SN EA MSTA HERRON VIRGINIA Elementary Education Kansas Cnty S N E A conventuon delegate M S T A A C E U C C F Band Yeater Todd Glee Club HESS JERRY General Busmess A,-Cl-me B S U A P O Commerce Club HESS LARRY Physucs Archue B S U A P O Freshman Counselor H I ERONYMUS, JAMES Accounting Sedolio HILGEDICK DALE Retailing and Merchandlslng Hlgglnsvllle Agruculture Club Commerce Club HILL BETTY Elementary Education Kansas Cnty HINES PAUL Socual Scuence and Englush Raytown Acacua Who s VXLho S G A Executnve Coun cnl Specnal Actlvltles Chasrman S G A Pres ldentnal Candidate Sigma Tau Delta Phu Sugma Pl Dean s Honor Roll German Club Veterans Organuzatron S N E A HINOTE JIMMY Dleteflcs Kansas Cnty P: Kappa Sugma Kappa Omncron Pl Colhe con HITTNER NICHOLAS Physlcal Educatxon Bognvglle H Sf IC fe el Sl HOBSON, NANCY I Secretarial Science Education Clinton Sigma Sigma Sigma, pledge president, senti- nal, corresponding secretary, Todd Hall Council, Houts Hall Vice President, Dean's Honor Roll, Freshman Counselor, Commerce Club, S.N.E.A. HOEPPNER, DALE Accounting Mayview HOFFMANN, LEWIS Social Studies Berger International Relations Club, Veterans Or- ganization HOLLAND, ROBERT Business Administration Nevada HOLT, WILLIAM Business Administration Holt Summit Tau Kappa Epsilon, Diemer Advisory Board, Young Democrats Club, Commerce Club HOLT, EUGENE MUSIC Maysville Sigma Tau Gamma, historian, song fete di- rector, Dean's Honor Rall, Crescendo Club, Senior Recital, Choir, Band, Orchestra, Es- S'Q Group, M.E.N.C., S.N.E.A. SENIORS HOPKINS, ci-IARLES General Business Sedgliq HOWLAND, MARY I English Kansas City, Kansas English Club, W.R.A., S.N.E.A. HUFFAKER, RALPH Biology Warrensburg Beta Beta Beta, M Club HUGHES, SONJA English Kansas City Pi Kappa Sigma, treasurer, Who's Who, S. G.A., Hall of Recognition, Alpha Phi Delta, Dean's Honor Roll, English Club, vice-presi- dent, Dolphins, Religious Emphasis Week, Student Center Committee, BSU. HULEN, EDITH Elementary Education Mexico HUNT, ROBERT Merchandising 8. Retailing Kansas City Phi Sigma Epsilon, Student, Student Center Committee, Commerce,Club 39 I Am.-.-.-..r-...-.-gp. I-1... ssruons HYNDEN, CHARLES n Kansas City IRVIN ROBERT Physical EOUCGIIOIW Kansas Cut IWERKS VALENIA Speech Correction Denver Colorado Yeater Hall Council Yeater Todd Glee Club JAEGER LEANN Ar Warrensburg Who s Who Hall of Recognition Alpha Phi Sigma Alpha Phi Delta Beta Alpha secre tory Kappa Delta Pl secretary Dean s Hon or Roll S C A secretary treasurer R E W Gamma Delta vice president Student Cen ter Cabinet Freshman Counselor SN EA JAHANI ABDOL Agriculture Tehran rgn JAHANI AZARMIDOKHT AQricuIture Tehran Iran J ENKINS, RONALD Mathematics and Physics Holden JENNINGS, CAROLYN General Business Merriam, Kansas Commerce Club JENSEN, KAREN Elementary Education Independence Alpha Phi Delta, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, S.N.E.A., historian JOHNSON, GARY Accounting Sedalia Tau Kappa Epsilon, Diemer Hall Advisory Board, Hall of Recognition, Senior Class, vice president, Accounting Club, president, vice president, Commerce Day Committee JONES, PATRICIA Drama Forsyth Sigma Sigma Sigma, Prexy Club, Theta AI- pha Phi, secretary, president, CMSC Players, vice president, Homecoming Queen Condi- date, Teke Night Out JUDSON, LEWIS General Business Cameron Acacia, senior stewart, RHETOR Staff, Busi- ness Manager, Commerce Club, Young Re- publicans Club, Social Dance Club I Ki G4 V4 Al K1 Int KI BI4 Ph S1 Fo KE Ele AA KE, Act KEL Eler Dec A.C olden ansas dence Club, edalia lvisory Class, sident, 'tee orsyth ta AI- ayers, Sandi- meron , Busi- 1g Re- KAHL, WILLIAM I General Business Kansas City Varsity Football, Commerce Club, Industrial Arts Club KAMMEYER, PRESTON Industrial Arts Slater KATZ, WAYNE ' Biology Warrensburg Phi Sigma Epsilon, Inter-Fraternity Council, S.G.A., Student Center Committee, Varsity Football, M Club KEARNS, YVONNE Elementary Education Kansas City A.C.E., S.N.E.A. KELLEY, DAVID Accounting Deepwater KELLY, MARY Elementary Education Carrollton Dean's Honor Roll, B.S.U., social director, A.C.E.g S.N.E.A. no pp f , .v fy .nu 1 .HW ff f 1 ff Y 5- X i rf? , X ,-,,. v,,,,.3gg5 'sun 5,2 ,V f fm. N we -L E: 5, ri 5 E E1 SENIORS KENNEDY, ALFRED Music Raytown KENNON, WALTER Psychology Sedalia Psychology Club, Intramurals KEPLEY, PHILIP Merchandising and Retailing Warrensburg S.G.A., Assembly, Court, B.S.U., Merchan- dising and Retailing Club KIENBERGER, HUBERT Mathematics and Physics Rich Hill Kappa Mu Epsilon, treasurer, Dean's Honor Roll, Band KILPATRICK, WILLIAM J V Higginsville KIMBLE, WANDA Art , Adrian 4l SENIORS KlNG, ROBERT . Merchandising and Retailing Grandview Kqppa Sigma Kappa treasurer Dean s Hon or Roll RHETOR staff Merchandising and Retailing Club Student Center Committee Square Dance Club KIRBY LUCILLE Business Education Sedalio Sigma Sigma Sigma Pan Hellenic secretary SGA Assembly Honor Key Junior Class Secretory Yeater Hall Council vice pres: dent president Prexy Club Deans Honor Roll Alpha Phi Delta Homecoming Princess Teke Sweetheart Tekes Night Out RHE TOR Staff Business Education Club pres: dent Freshman Counselor Majorette Or chesls S N E A KIRTS HOWARD Chemical Engineering Odessa Sigma Zeta Kappa Mu Epsilon Phi Sigma Pi Outstanding Freshman Chemist A Cap pella Choir lndustrial Arts Club Square Dance Club KISER SONDRA Physical Education Kansas City Alpha Sigma Alpha president S G A Exec utive Council Human Relations Chairman Honor Key Who s Who Prexy Club Dean s Honor Roll Hall of Recognition Alpha Phu Delta Homecoming Attendant Cheerleader Dolphins PEM Club secretary treasurer Freshman Counselor W R A S N E A W S KLINE CARL Warrensburg KNIER DUETTA Music Lockwood Pi Kappa Lambda Alpha Phi Delta Cres cendo Club B S U 42 KOESTER, CAROLYN ' Physical Education 56d0l'0 Delta Zeta' North Hall Council' AW S Ju- diciary Board Beta Alpha Dolphins secre tary treasurer vice president R H E T O R Staff Student Center Cabinet Orchesis A Cappella Choir P E M Club W R A Band KOLESON DONALD Industrial Arts LOWS KRAUSE CHARLES Public Speaking Kansa City Alpha Kappa Lambda Diemer Hall Council vice president Prexy Club C M S C Players president Executive Board Senior Admmus trative Assistant of Osborne Hall KROGH JAMES Physics and Mathematics Windsor KRULL HELEN Biology Education New Haven Theta Sigma Upsilon corresponding secre tary Dean s Honor Roll Biology Club Out ing Club Chorus Band Homecoming Queen Candidate S N E A KYSER EDWARD Accounting Unch Dean s Honor Roll Accounting Club Veter ans Organization La Ge LF Dr Ta Bo Ni LF As Lf Ps Tc ra, ret Lf In ln Ll Ac A4 dalia l. Ju- recre- V O R is, A Band -ouis City lncil, yers, minis- idsor oven ecre- Out- ueen .lrich eter- LaMASNEY,, JOHN General Business Hamilton LARSEN, KURT Dramatics KONSOS CNY Tau Kappa Epsilon, Osborne Hall Advisory Board, secretary, CMSC Players, Teke's Night Out, author and director LARSON, DONALD Agriculture Kansas City LASWELL, BETTY Psychology and Sociology Schell City Todd Hall Council, A.W.S., Alpha Phi Del- ta, Dean's Honor Roll, Psychology Club, sec- retary, Freshman Counselor LAW, BOBBY Industrial Arts Windsor lndustrial Arts Club LAW, MARY Accounting Tawos City, Michigan Accounting Club, secretary SENIORS LAWRENCE, KEITH Physical Education Buckner Kappa Sigma Kappa, Physical Educators Club, treasurer LEACH, ANNA Chemistry Cooper Hill Yeater Hall Council, Freshman Chemistry Award, Dean's Honor Roll, S.N.E.A. LEE, BAE A Merchandising and Retailing Pusan, Korea Cosmopolitan Club, Merchandising and Re- tailing Club LEE, CH UNG Seoul, Korea LEE, GILBERT Chemistry Butler Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Sigma Pi LEE, HONG Agriculture Seoul, Koreo Cosmopolitan Club, Agriculture Club ' 43 SENIORS LEE, LEON H Industrial Arts Ume LEE, THOMAS , Industrial Arts 5ed0I'0 Industrial Arts Club LEHMANN, ROBERT I Accountin Smithton Q Diemer Annex Advisory Board, Accounting Club, Newman Club, Industrial Arts Club, l.M.O., Freshman Counselor LIGHTHIZER, ROBERT General Business ,Kansas City UNDER, JOAN ' English and Biology Kansas City Sigma Sigma Sigma, Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Phi Delta, RHETOR Queen Candidate, S.N. E.A. LINDSAY, CARYE Elementary Education Warrensburg 44 LITLE, RICHARD Biology Garden City LONG, EARLENE Elementary Education Kansas City Theta Sigma Upsilon, S.N.E.A. LYNCH, DONALD Chemistry Independence LYNDE, DOROTHY Secretarial Science Education Knob Naster Alpha Phi Sigma, president, secretary-treas- urer, Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Omega Pi, Kappa Delta Pi Award, Prexy Club, Dean's Honor Roll, Secretarial Science Club, president, Young Republicans Club, vice-president, A. W.S.5 S.N.E.A. LYNE, GEORGE Mathematics La Monte LYON, ROBERT Social Studies Carrollton I McAL Home S.N.E MCCC Physil Varsi McCC Socio' McCl Indus McL1 Elem- MCLI Engli in City is City mdence Noster -treas- Kappa Honor sident, nt, A. Monte rol lton MCALLISTER, CAROL Home Economics S,N.E.A., Colhecon MCCORMICK, DON I Leeton Physics and Mathematics EI Dorado Springs Varsity Football MCCORKENDALE, MARGARET Sociology MCCULLY, KENNETH Industrial Arts McLAIN, HAZEL Elementary Education MCLAMB, MARY English Breckenridge Anderson EI Dorado Springs Independence SENIORS MCMILLEN, RICHARD Agriculture Osborne, Kansas Phi Sigma Epsilon Varsity Football Varsit 'B Track, AgricuIturelClub, Mclub ' Y MCVEY, GLENN Industrial Arts Deepwater Industrial Arts Club MAGERS, BOB Merchandising and Retailing Raytown Kappa Sigma Kappa, treasurer, S.G.A. As- semblyg Dean's Honor Roll, Merchandising and Retailing Club, Young Democrats Club, president, vice-president, R.E.W. Committee MALVEN, RUTH Elementary' Education Warrensburg MANTHE, HUBERT , Merchandising and Retailing Gravois Mills Merchandising and Retailing Club MARKER, MARGARET Vocational Home Economics Warrensburg Dean's Honor Roll, Colhecon, Young Repub- licans Club, A.C.E., B.S.U., SgN.E.A. ,'y qs, N, X , ,, x WMM ix X ., K' -.,- 45 SENIORS MARMOY, PATRICIA RIESKE General Science Lewisburg, Ohio Liohona Fellowship, S.N.E.A. MARSHALL, DONNA Elementary Education and English -' Higginsvil-le Prexy Club, Yeater Hall Council, A.W.S. Judiciary Board' Alpha Phi Delta' Dolphins, president' Deans Honor Roll' W.R.A.j A. C.E.' S.N.E.A.' U.C.C.F.' Freshman Coun- selor MARTIN JAMES Accounting Covington, Virginia Phi Sigma Pi Dean s Honor Roll 'Accounting Club MARTIN ROBERT Merchandising and Retailing Warrensburg Veterans Organization Merchandising and Retailing Club MASON TED Speech Correction Independence Phi Sigma Epsilon Dean s Honor Roll, Black- outs Talent Shows Social Dance Club, Freshman Orientation Committee S.N.E.A., M S T A M S H A MATCHELL HENRY Economics Grandview Kappa Sigma Kappa Dean s Honor Roll 46 MAYFIELD, JAN Business Education D6ePW0fef MENDEN HALL, JAMES Accounting Warrensburg Veterans Organization, Accounting Club MEN EFEE, ANTHONY Business Administration Sedalia STUDENT Staff, Commerce Club, Newman Club ' MEYER, RODNEY Physical Education Emma MEYERROSE, GLENN Social Studies St. Louis S.N.E.A., Choir, M.S.T.A. MILLER, ANN English Odessa MILLEI Music Band, f MILLEI Agricul MINES Merchz Varsity MINT! Generc MORSI lndusti Acacia treasui MUDE Elemer Yeater :water wsburg .sb edalia wmon Emma Louis Ddessa MILLER, BETTY Music Tipton Band, Chorus, Newman Club, S.N.E.A. MILLER, VESTA Agriculture Sedalia MINES, LARRY Merchandising and Retailing Sedalia Varsity Baseball, M Club, Secretary MINTON, RAYMOND General Business Independence MORSE, RICHARD Industrial Arts Rich Hill Acacia, Junior Dean, Industrial Arts Club, treasurer I MUDD, JOAN Elementary Education A Cameron Yeater-Todd Glee Club, A.C.E., S.N.E.A. SENIORS MURPHY, JOSEPH Economics Brooklyn, New York Phi Sigma Epsilon, historian, Inter-Fraternity Council, reporter, S.G.A., Executive Council, treasurer, presidential candidate, Dean's Honor Roll, STUDENT staff, sports editor, Freshman Counselor, Mad Mule, associate editor, Newman Club MURRAY, EMANUEL Merchandising and Retailing Adrian NADLER, RONALD Merchandising and Retailing St. Louis Sigma Tdu Gamma, Inter-Fraternity Council, S.G.A., Diemer Advisory Board, Merchandis- ing and Retailing Club NAUDET, RAYMOND , Physical Education Kansas City Dean's Honor Roll, Physical Educators Club, Industrial Arts Club, Veterans Organization, Newman Club, Young Democrats Club NEWHAM, IRL , General Business Richmond Acacia, rush chairman, Inter-Fraternity Council, Dean's Honor Rall, Varsity Debate, Young Democrats Club, secretary, General Business Club NEWMAN, MARY Vocation Home Economics Carrollton B.S.U., Colhecon, S.N.E.A., 4-H Club, Square Dance Club 47 SENIORS NIEDERHAUSER, JEAN U Business Education MOYSWIIE Alpha Phi Delta, vice-president, Pi OFYISQO Pi, historian, Business Education Club, Yea- ter-Todd Glee Club, S.N.E.A. NIPPES, WARREN Industrial Arts Eldon Industrial Arts Club NOEL, JAMES . Speech Joplin Tau Kappa Epsilon, historian, Inter-Frater- nity Council NORRIS, JAMES General Business Warrensburg ODNEAL, BARBARA " Music . Columbia OETTING, DARLENE Home Economics Mansfield 48 OETTING, VAUGHN Merchandising and Retailing ROYTOWV' OSHEL, FRED Physical Education IF1dePe"1d9"'Ce OSKOUIAN, JAMSHID Science Tehfonf 'ff-In Phi Sigma Epsilon, Blackouts, Prexy Club, Cosmopolitan Club, president, vice president, International Relations Club, Student Center Committee, Pajama King OSTER, WAYNE General Business Kansas City OWEN, LARRY Business Administration Sedglig Tau Kappa Epsilon, rush chairman, song fete director, Teke's Night Out, Diemer Hall President, Osborne Hall Secretary, Hall of Recognition, General Business Club, presi- dent, vice president, Freshman Counselor, Crescendo Club, A Cappella Choir, Orches- tra, Band OWEN, MARILYN Business Education ' Sedalia Delta Zeta, treasurer, Todd Hall Council, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Omega Pi, Business Education Club, Orches- tra, S.N.E.A. PACE, Physic PAME Chem Tau I' tive C visory Club, Club, tation PARIS Busine Tau K dent, Busine PARKI Physio PARKI Physict PARRC Se-cretc iaytown ndence Jl'I I ron y Club esident Center City Sedalia ng fete ,r all Ha of , presi- Jnselor' Orches- Sedalia founcilg eltag Pi Orches- PACE, CHARLES Physics and Mathematics Sedalna PAMBECHY AMIR Chemistry Tehran Iran Tau Kappa Epsilon Inter Dormitory Execu tive Council president Osborne Hall Ad visory Board vice president Cosmopolitan Club Agriculture Club Foreign Language Club Freshman Counselor Freshman Orien tation Committee chairman PARIS ERNEST Business Education and Physical Education Kansas City Tau Kappa Epsilon Junior Class vice pres: dent Varsity Track M Club vice president Business Education Club PARKER BILL Phys al Education Warrensburg PARKER JOHN Physical Education Dixon PARROTT, ON I LEA Secretarial Science Montserrat SENIORS PAXTON LOUANNE Physical Education Adnan Dolphins W R A PEM Club S N EA 4 H Club Square Dance Club PAZDERNIK ROBERT Science Louis PEARSON CAROL Elementary Education Prairie Village Kansas Hauts Hall Council Yeater Todd Glee Club REW AWS ACE SNEA PENCE BILL Physics Kansas City PERRY FRANKLIN Music Creston Iowa UMOC Candidate Band Orchestra Chorus Choir Crescendo Club Diemer-Osborne Cho- rus M.S.O. PETERSON, BERNADINE Elementary Education Elkader, Iowa 49 SENIORS PETERSON, GILBERT History and Economics Kansas City PHILLIPS CHARLES Indus rial Arts Florence Phu Sigma Pi Dean s Honor Roll Industrial Arts Club PIBEL DAVID Social Studies Denver Colorado Phi Sigma Epsilon sentinel SGA Assem bly Phi Sigma Pi Deans Honor Roll Stu dent Center Committee Freshman Counse lor S N E A PLOWMAN GARY Chemistry Independence Sigma Tau Gamma reporter Showtime S GA Assembly Inter Fraternity Council Prexy Club Inter Dorm Advisory Board UM OC Chairman Alpha Phi Omega pledge master president Liahona Fellowship Stu dent Center Committee Freshman Counse lor Cosmopolitan Club POTTER KEITH Physics Adrian POWELL WILLIAM Merchandising and Retailing Ravenna Nebraska Prexy Club Veterans Organization pres: dent Dean s Honor Roll Merchandising and Retailing Club PRIGEON, JEAN General Business Raytown Alpha Sigma Alpha, Ger1eral'Business Club, secretary-treasurer, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, Colhecon PRYOR, ERNEST General Business St. James Kappa Sigma Kappa, General Business Club, S.N.E.A. RANGEL, ALEXIS Foreign.Language Santurce, Puerto Rico Diemer Hall Executive council, Mr. School Spirit, Dean's Honor Roll, Student Court, Freshman Counselor, Foreign Language Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Chess Club, Veterans Club, Outing Club, Young Republicans Club, International 'Relations Club, S.N.E.A. RAYBURN, ERLAINE BREWER ' Elementary Education Ferguson Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Tau Delta, A. W.S., Dean's Honor Roll, S.N.E.A. RAYBURN, JAMES General Business St. Louis Kappa Sigma Kappa, sergeant at arms, Gen- eral Business Club, president, Prexy Club, Veterans Organization RICKERT, KATHLEEN Elementary Education Warrensburg RIGBY Psychc RITTE phySlCl Who's Hall C W.R.A ganiza ROBIN Home Colhec ROHOI Vocatic Pi Kap ter-Toc Studen preside nomics ROLF, Music Gammc treasun Counsel Glee C' Club ROMER Drama Theta 1 Staff laytown ss Club, e Club, . James ss Club, rto Rico School Court, ge Club, 'eterans ws Club, A. 'erguson elta, A. St. Louis ns, Gen- cy Club, rensburg I I RIGBY, GARY A psychology Grandvievs RITTER, AL BETH Physical Education Higginsville Who's Who, A,W.S., vice president, Houts Hall Council, president, Hall of Recognition, W.R.A., P.E.M. Club, Methodist Student Or- ganization, Freshman Counselor ROBINSON, JANICE Home Economics Sedolia Colhecon, S.N.E.A. ROHOVIT, RUTH ANN Vocational Home Economics Kansas City Pi Kappa Sigma, Yeater Hall Council, Yea- ter-Todd Glee Club, Freshman Counselor, Student Center Committee, Colhecon, vice president, Outstanding Junior in Home Eco- nomics, R.E.W., S.N.E.A., U.C.C.F. ROLE, INABETH Music Greeley, Colorado Gamma Delta, president, Crescendo Club, treasurer, A Cappella Choir, Freshman Counselor, Band, Orchestra, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, R.E.W., S.N.E.A., Square Dance Club ROMERO, MANUEL Drama Globe, Arizona Theta Alpha Phi, CMSC Players, STUDENT Staff SENIORS ROMERO, PATRICIA Music Independence Beta Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi, Crescendo Club ROSE, MARGARET Elementary Education Kansas City Pi Kappa Sigma, Houts Hall Council, A.W. S., Student Center Committee, R.E.W., Yeo- ter-Todd Glee Club, A.C.E. S.N.E.A., Social Dance Club ROUND, JAMES Industrial Arts West Concord, Minnesota Prexy Club, Industrial Arts Club RUMSEY, BILLY Commercial Art Sedolia RUPPERT, JAMES Social Studies Slater Dean's Honor Roll, Band, Chorus, S.C.C.S., S.N.E.A. RUWWE. HELEN Elementary Education ST. Louis Dean's Honor Roll, A.C.E., S.N.E.A. 51 SENIORS RUWWE, WILLIAM Mathematics St. Louis Kappa Mu Epsilon, Deon's Honor Roll, Vet- erans Organization SAMPLE, RAMIE Aft -' Buffalo S. N.E.A. SAVAGE, GARY Economics 'Kingsville SCAMMAN, JAMES Music Tarkio SCHELP, RICHARD Physics and Mathematics Sweet Springs Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Zeta 1 SCHlSEL, JOHN ACCOUUHUQ Garner, Iowa 52 SCHLICHTER, HELEN Accounting Warrensburg Deon's Honor Roll, W.S.G.A. Representative, Alpha Phi Delta, Accounting Club, secre- tary-treasurer SCHMIDT, JAY Business Education Belton SCHMOLL, JOAN Psychology and Sociology St. Louis Psychology Club, Yeater-Todd Glee Club SCHOONOVER, RUTH Business Education Centerview Orchestra, S.N.E.A. SCHUMAKER, GARY Aff Boonville Acacia, Beta Alpha SCHUPP, THELMA Business Education Sfover North Hall President, Prexy Club, Business Education Club, president, Gamma Delta, A.W.S., S.N.E.A, SCO Accc Liah Clul: SELF Cher Tau Niglf dent, dent man SEN1 Engli Cosn SEVI Hom Todd presi treos SEXT EleI'T1I Yeatl missii man Nigh' SHEI- Speec A.W. Asser retort Hono Club, Comr Warrensburg Representative, g Club, secre- Belton St. Louis I Glee Club Centerview Boonville Stover Club, Business Samma Delta, SCOFlELD, LEE Accounting Oak Grove Liahona Fellowship, treasurer, Accounting Club SELF, JAMES Chemistry and Mathematics Sedalia Tau Kappa Epsilon, Who's Who, Teke's Night Out, Prexy Club, Senior Class Presi- dent, Inter-Dorm Executive Council, presi- dent, Cheerleader, Dean's Honor Roll, Fresh- man Counselor SENAHA, EIKI English Kushi-son, Okinawa Cosmopolitan Club, English Club SEVIER, SANDRA Home Economics Urich Todd Hall Council, Prexy Club, Colhecon, president, Freshman Counselor, S.N.E.A., treasurer SEXTON, MARY Elementary Education Kansas City Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pan-Hellenic, secretary, Yeater Hall Council, Cheerleader, Pep Com- mission, Student Center Committee, Fresh- man Counselor, Orchesis, S.N.E.A., Teke's Night Out SHEHAN, MARGUERITTE Speech Correction Kansas City A.W.S., president, S.G.A., Executive Council, Assembly, Prexy Club, Freshman Class Sec- retary-Treasurer, Alpha Phi Delta, Dean's Honor Roll, Freshman Counselor, Newman Club, secretary-treasurer, S.C.A., R.E.W. Committee W Qt? sfruons SHlDELER, MILDRED Instrument Archie SHIRK, WILLIAM Merchandising and Retailing Kansas City SHORT, BEVERLY English and Speech Hamilton Yeater Hall Council, recorder, CMSC Play- ers, English Club, A.C.E., S.N.E.A. SIMS, DAVID , Merchandising and Retailing Sed0ll0 Commerce Club SIMS, JERRY Psychology H Sedalia Kappa Sigma Kappa, historian, S.G.A., Prexy Club, R.E.W., Psychology Club, president, Freshman Counselor, committee chairman, Student Center Committee, Freshman Pep Club, Alternate Cheerleader SIMMONS, MARY Psychology Kansas City 53 SENIORS SKINNER, JUDITH COUNTS Elementary Education COSl'll0.nd Pi Kappa Sigmo, recording secretary, vice president, Todd Hall Council, secretary, Stu- dent Center Cabinet, R.E.W., S.N.E.A. SKOUBY, ERIC Physics' Belle S.N.E.A., Square Dance Club SMALL, PHILIP Music ' Stover Sigma Tau Gamma, secretary, house mana- ger, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Phi OmeQ0i Student Center Committee, Band, Chorus, Orchestra, S.N.E.A., M.S.T.A., M.E.N.C. SMITH, JOYCE Business Education Waverly Who's Who, S.G.A. Executive Council, secre- tary, Yeater Hall Council, Pi ,Omega Pi, president, Alpha Phi Delta, Business Educa- tion Club, R.E.W., President's Inaugural Committee, B.S.U., vice president, Student Center Committee, S.N.E.A. SMITH, LINDA - ,. English and Speech Kirkwood Theta Sigma Upsilon, Todd ,Hall Council, S. C.A., Canterbury Club, president, vice-presi- dent, Theta Alpha Phi,- secretary, CMSC Players, Flying Mules, vice president, secre- tary SMITH, MORRIS I Commercial Art D D Belle ,, , I, + 3 lg I 1 Phi Sigma Epsilon, vice president "'-1 "" ""' Wfc- - V, , . ..,.,. ,.,, . . . ,. , , ,, ,f,J-7,15-Z LEM ,f ff:i'Z2fZ f' ' ' 'wg if ft, 'I -t'- I , -I iii? -2 ,1 , rfgaiff 'i w 447 414 5, ' , m1z,,., fM Q23 f' :mm 1 ,.. ,,,..,. - S.. cow. - ,-..., .- ,,..........-....,.,.,.,......,,.....,........,.r.., .... W... .Q-.....-.. .. SMITH, SARAH Mathematics Nelson SNELL, MARJORIE Music and French Jamestown Yeater Hall Council, Alpha Phi Sigma, Freshman Counselor, Crescendo Club, Bond, Chorus, Orchestra STALEY, JOHN Economics NQISOH Veterans Organization STERNE, MARY ELIZABETH English Warrensburg Sigma Sigma Sigma, Who's Who, Hall of Recognition, Alpha Phi Delta, Theta Alpha Phi, Dean's Honor Roll, CMSC Players, S. C.A. Cabinet, English Club, S.N.E.A. STRIDER, PAT Secretarial Science Raytown Alpha Sigma Alpha, president, editor, mem- bership director, Wha's Who, S.G.A., As- sembly, Court, A.W.S., Pi Omega Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Prexy Club, Dean's Honor Roll, RHETOR Stott, Secretarial Science Club, vice-president, Student Center Committee, Boostersf Orchesis, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, Freshman Counselor STRODE, YVONNE Secretarial Science Kansas City Pi Kappa Sigma, vice president, president, Homecoming Queen, S.G.A. Assembly, Hall of Recognition, Prexy Club, Orchesis, vice- president, president, Student Center Cabinet, Secretarial Science Club, Freshman Coun- selor, Social Dance Club, Freshman Talent Show, Stars on Parade as ST' Ele S.C Del retl SUI Gel Die tive pre selc SUI Bus Pi C Rol SW Eler Tod Glee l.W ,TEN lndu lndl. TEM Busii Tau Club slelson astown Sigma, Band, Nlelson nsburg lall of Alpha ers, S. Jytown mem- s., As- Alpha r Roll, Club, nittee, Club, as City sident, f, Hall , viCe- Jbinet, Coun- Talent STUBBLEFIELD, LOIS Elementary Education Odessa S.C.A., vice-president, Alpha Phi Delta, Deon's Honor Roll, Liahona Fellowship, sec- retary, 4-H Club, A.C.E., S.N.E.A. SULLENGER, GERALD General Business Lone Jack Diemer Annex, president, Inter-Dorm Execu- tive Council, General Business Club, vice- president, Chorus, l.M.O., Freshman Coun- selor SULLIVAN, BETTY Business Education Carrollton Pi Omega Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Dean's Honor Roll, Business Education Club, Newman Club SWENSON, JESSICA Elementary Education Blue Springs Todd Hall Council, historian, Yeoter-Todd Glee Club, A.W.S., S.C.A., Newman Club, I.W.O., A.C.E., S.N.E.A. ATEMPEL, KEITH Industrial Arts and Biology Knob Noster Industrial Arts Club TEMPLE, DALE Business Administration Grain Valley Tau Kappa Epsilon, Football, Commerce Club, treasurer, Amateur Radio Club SENIORS THOMAS, JAMES Physical Education Odessa Tau Kappa Epsilon, vice-president, S,G.A,, Assembly, Court, Deon's Honor Roll, Student Center Committee, Varsity Football, Co- captain, MIAA All Conference, Varsity Bos- ketball, Varsity Track, M Club, treasurer, Physical Education Club THOMAS, PHILIP Mathematics Elizabethtown, Kentucky Sigma Zeta, Newman Club THOMSON, HAROLD Industrial Arts Hamilton Phi Sigma Epsilon, historian, corresponding secretary, Hall of Recognition, Prexy Club, Beta Alpha, A Cappella Choir, Flying Mules, vice-president, Industrial Arts Club, S.C.A., Wesley Foundation, president THOMSON, NANCY Physical Education Lee's Summit Alpha Sigma Alpha, rush chairman, editor, Cheerleader, S.G.A., Executive Council, As- sembly, Yeoter Hall Council, Yeoter-Todd Glee Club, Hall of Recognition, Homecom- ing Attendant, Most Popular Girl, Student Center Committee, Pep Commissioner, Fresh- man Counselor, W.R.A., PEM Club TOOMEY, SAMUEL H History Independence Tau Kappa Epsilon, ,Liahona Fellowship TUBBESING, NANCY Elementary Education' Clinton 55 I ssmons VAN PELT, BILL Music AdflOFl VAN SAN DT, SAMUEL Accounting Harrisonville Accounting Club, Amateur Radio Club VARGAS, VICTOR Sociology Alaiuelo, Costa Rica VASEY, AL Agriculture Blue Springs VILLINES, ELTON Mathematics Kansas City Tau Kappa Epsilon, S,G.A. Candidate, Inter- Dormitory Executive Council, Varsity Foot- ball, Varsity Baseball, Student Center Com- mittee, Social Dance Club VOLMERT, VIRGINIA Business Education Sr, Elizgbefh megvgwan Club, Business Education Club, S. 56 WALLER, JAMES Accounting Sedolio Tau Kappa Epsilon, treasurer, S.G.A. Assem- bly, Diemer Hall Advisory Board, president, Prexy Club, Freshman Counselor, Accounting Club, Industrial Arts Club WALTER, BENNY Biology SECICIIO WARNER, JOHN Physical Education Mentor, Ohio WASTELL, HOWARD Industrial Arts Nevada Tau Kappa Epsilon, chaplain, Diemer Hall Advisory Board, president, Inter-Dormitory Executive Council, Prexy Club, Freshman Counselor, Industrial Arts Club, treasurer, B.S.lJ. WATSON, JAMES General Business Kansas City Newman Club WEBSTER, MARTHA Independence I fx W As Pri eh W Int Inf W Int Int W Ph Ta cal WI Art Alg EJ WI Inc Inc Sci Sqn idalia ssem- dent, nting edalia Ohio :vada Hall witory hman surer, s City dence WEHMHOENER, EARL Agriculture COVCIGV Prexy Club, Agriculture Club, president, Vet- erans Organization WELLER, RAYMOND ' - Industrial Arts ST- Clow Industrial Arts Club WHITE, GRANT Industrial Arts BUTISY Industrial Arts Club WHITE, W. L. Physical Education Norborne Tau Kappa Epsilon, Varsity Football, Physi- cal Educators Club, Young Democrats Club WHITMAN, CHRISTENA Aff Warrensburg glibc Phi Delta, Freshman Counselor, S.N. WILCOXON, SCHOOLEY Industrial Arts Centerview Industrial Arts Club, Veterans Organization, Science C I u b , Westminster Fellowship, Square Dance Club SENIORS WILLIS, MARGARET Elementary Education North Kansas City I.W.A., president, reporter, Student Assem- bly Alternate, Prexy Club, Dean's Honor List, Yeater-Todd Glee Club, Young Demo- crats Club, S.N.E.A., Chorus, Intramurals, Freshman Counselor WINEGAR, JEROME Physical Education and English Independence Dean's Honor Roll, Physical Educators Club, president, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Alpha Phi Omega, English Club, A Cappella Choir, Chorus, Freshman Counselor, Student Center Committee, S.C.A. WIRSIG, CAROLYN Elementary Education Deepwater S.N.E.A., F.T.A., Square Dance Club WISE, CAROLYN Biology Jefferson City Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta, Biol- ogy Club XANDERS, JUNETTE Elementary Education Kansas City 57 I JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Roy Beers, presidentg Jo Gibson, secretory-treosurerg Don Scotfen, vice president. 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ORES, SACHS Merilyn George Carol ,av nm, , f, f , ,. , 7 ,- ,, Q, , SAYLES, Otto SCHENCK, Gwendolyn SCHERER, James ' f' '--' ,I 4 , ,' .. -vw, w,fW.,4y I I f e-" N254' . ' I In f SHERRELL, Ruth SHAFER, SHELTON, Jim Shirley '-" - -' . ., , ,. ,ff f ,,.-,IM . 1:-14.4, ,fm " ' ' ,'f' I , f f ereri 4 nf ,,., .1 .64-I V., A.. 4 no 4 . , , , , if , f ,, . ,.,,,,,w , , . , J, ,-M,-0,,f,f,,4 ., , .- , f, ,4 ?f7f,f7W1,qV,f' f, , , 4 1349, ,f .., , ,, 77 f, ' 1, 'f mf, -',-- " ' i f W.,aifwf ff: SMITH, Gerald STALY. William ..,I,.:q..33.:,-7:-f,,,-1wff- ,-H.-iv, f q Q -'z-wffzflp'-Hy,,gf5,,frj'z,5, 'IW "i' , Eg- , ' ' f, S' Lf 'S' ff 2" ' P33 I I 'W 1 , ' J rut' , , , V VC 4,,,, .., - i , X 234. 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SCHWA RTZ, Paul 'I , -, , , 'J' ' 4- jf ' , I-X, 'U ,ii'?i'fi, ' I fu' , , W' , ' 47 f fi ,x SHOVER, Terry f SIMS, Wanda SNYDEK, Par SPENCER, Ted W, M 'S . , 53 i Jafa q I J- ig' fy , 'I , If ,I J , , X- ei 1 STARR, STEPHENS, STEPHENS, Theodore Warren William 63 STEWART, lg-inda , JUNIORS as , fr: 241, gp f' hr' '1,:1sv-Zf..,f,2 I wifw- .V SUMMERS, SWEARINGEN, Diana John Robert TALLEY, 1' ' 1, f -ef 'W ., M55 T If L' w f - ' ' i I 4 2?.4r'ri '111' . f .ff L' 546 Aff f 'X " if ' . ,f,+fw,-ftazhi , ff 1,1 H THATEI THOMAS, THOMAS, THOMPSON, Victor Gerald Robert Garland I f . ' I Q5 4, , ., f W , 5451 V 991-.-,gf . , ,V I .V 93. 1 . -. S, Wg,-A , '- . ' T- bww 293' 4" 'if f f 1 '-if Jw 7 'I .I , qi? I I 1 f 1 94544 "'-V, I 426 -S 1 cW'7?f"q ' vi .,.. . . 21572344 ' AY ,ff ' I 'I x ' ' 'Tf' -f . wfgf,-, , J f - y -,' ef ,Z . , ,. .,, . , ,. 4c2e,,?:f..':9'f,16 - ' f IA h , 1.5 1212.4 'y , ' WM,,5f:,:!j5 , I ,gf , if ,uf V'U'i5" Vi! J 2 1 - W,-I:-.. 1.-.:-:rs-Y , ' . . 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I 5 L ff ,MQ if RN, n ' M X2 ,,,, wg? 4 I 56, d SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Dick Thomson, president, Kay Safterwhite, secretory-treasurer, Doyle Cohick, vice president. f ,, 2239 7' X "-04721.-f i:'jiff'?,fiif,'2ff"i 'f"i k,'- I YEZZY-755456?fi?"?,'fPi4.x, , J2Z'z'2'jZf?4ifi. , ., 2 P77 Z "fn-15: f, "MG, Z-Q ,4 - ,,- fff""..yfc " .wif 1:4 :wi-:yr - , ,rife-V 'X V A' ' " My 4 - W 1' '4 NW ., " V' V- ---, - -V V V 225932 " V Q -V M' I ' we , 25 , ',.' . ,,V,,Qgg :if f , 53,2 J 4 1,-V15-,, '44, , ,-41, 5 J , V , Vg.- 4 Xl, ,-qw V r' -3, ' ' .VM 1 ' S, A ' ,Jw 1' ,mi , C : , uf, ,g.f.W'4f.f V E4 if f - f ez, '-1 , ,V W -27 ' . 7 x -I ff , f duff ' ,f is 1' f V,2,3:,fVc1'V2 V, ,,.L f,,, , J I I Y I Aiei l S' X f - V I V "-f' ., ., ,, ' 1 , Q: 2, , G VV 4 49 mv, V' f , V w V -eww, , ffm .,, M4 31514: -, ' I' 55455 ' V, 1 ""' 5515, , Q f 15' 5 X -, 1 " " V ' ABUD, Ivonne AUBUCHON, Joy , Rf A QV XV is 1 Xi S , ge, X fi ' IX. fi X' T I' I ,, fy 7, mg 4 45- M ,W flzif V I, Vl., 'N ' ik , cgi 2 , 1 BEEBE, Lyle ACKER, ADAMS, Norris Mary ALEXANDER, ALLARD, Rosalee Charles ALLEN, Kenneth ANSON, APSHER, ARENSMEIER, Donna Alvin Bette X 1 f ., M r no. ,Q -,Z ,xl ,F BECK, Martha swan? ff',r f Lfrrr f , ' V V ' V f 1 - frorrre , , ,f 1 I .err Lsre f'.'r I f V4 "" , "i'r-.- ,V "'i ,, 77335, , : We X mx 475 E32 ,541-'iw W7- f ii ,V , , -A , I V,,f,V,f ','. ,gg ,ff my ' an A My gf.jZ.gfl , if M, V ,V ' I . - ,, , , 1 .,--' 1,4 fa- ,ji n I VZ' ., ""'72ffz7ff' my fb ' V .5 X ,A V' -if I " V if W ' , eeiisr 5 f , 5 VVj5,V,V,Vf,g f I A ' , 'X , I ' VVf-rtw fVfV,f,z ' fn- .--f, ,V V .- ze ' I Q f re .:Vf1fw,v, -f ' Q U, V, . 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I ' s ,..x' BLAIR, BLAND, BOCKELMAN, Roben Dave Joe 65 Bovcs, cus BOWLI N I I I I I 1 , BOEHM, , Thomas 4 , I , I lf, A f2i"fr5sffbV?2f V. 1 r,Vf2i,jZgyAZ-fl yr., H K 75 dvr! "vw J rx f, , , f 1 , 1 , , fggrgw ' frfw. in ,A V 4 BOESCHEN, Carolyn BOLAR, Judy BOMME R, Gene, . I , I I I ' I II Y '1.4r - gf-Jff':.5B,BA, I " ,I 1 :A 'ff ,I ,f I I , . f A ., , 9 r I - - I' grew ,5 ' -1545 ,f-4, ,I W 4' I ' I 'I 'L ,,3f I- 1 Bmw ' -?f'?r 'w2, ff -, , -, , 1 ,og 34 1 : f g, ,,,5-mg , ,,,5g.5r- ,rg I , - Brief . " f 9 M20 ,r-ff' ,I i ' 1 ' I I II I li BRADLEY, I 'J Edward . 1 ,, I 1 I f A ,- ,1 , , .. I I I II , I 5 BURNS, I , Judith I I I BRADY, Hugh " ' W? 5 1 . J J , 3 4 f qi y' Q.: K1 1 229 r is rrfiafzi ' Me 'gif VVVI 3 1.2, i I fl BURTON, William I I I , CASTRO, Rico rdo I I I' I H ,I ,Il I III, II I COB B, I . R Lawrence II ll I CORRELL, E Jackie I , 66 CATON, Joyce Igvwnryfngwc- MW f Zi f "WY 4 Qi f ' -, BRIZENDINE, Wesley KQV, 4 bfi, QQ, ., ef, 2751 f ' 1 BROOKS, John , ,,. I, ,.,. 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SUHL, Robin SUMMERS, Daniel 44 V 6 L ,, ,,,, ., ,,, ,V ,.z TISCH, Roger ' ,J-, s-I S 1,1 T 1 I, 1 c 57 -. J R fi M l 4: I mf! ,, J, dw , -4 vc. Mi, H ,, SIMMONS, Barbara ang f 5 A , 43' S 'lv fx, 77? 5 4 4 -W: 1 mst f afqw V J, 'i 1' V. 1, .. if' ' -Kvffil-ii SMITH, Larry I A ' J .H . 4,235 ,fl .,t -, I J Q ' STALLING, Beverly 2 f LV J, 'li ' Q, " ,,, : A l X , :Leia , I STONE, Claude ,Q1.,A,,, , I . Q 1 E ,, jr ,,. , S T ' . .V 1 ,12 f' 52 ' 339:13 KWHI SUMMERS, SUSE, Norman sg, . im. ' f - QW .3 fi? V, .4 ., . Jimmie ' V,E5f5:i?i2-i3'T ,,., 1 be 5. 4 J 'v ' THOMPSON, THOMPSON, James John f R ,V iff! THOMPSON, Mary 7 ..V..u V f , 5 'fffifvi . SIMMONS, SIMMERMON Mary nf' . Q It I ,X V X SMITH, Loron IL. , 1: x I ,Q I I , .. , ,V 41.1 ,,.V, '. a Af E V fi Beatrice SMITH, Lowell STEINKUEHLER, STELLING, Willard tx xiz hl, 4 ,f K ,. .: fy ' 1 STONE, Edith fs.. 4+ . , l va . in If Q, I SUTTON, Nancy I. -.- w J s El, Eg 'THOMPSON Nancy Leon STONNER Beverly :, SUTTON, Sharon 5 2. 5' 2' i 5 I THORNTON Janice 83 e "'N"gq . J. 'S I 'Q' G . gg, T if " ih1g'f TIPTON, TOBEN, TOOT, .,fx Margaret Harriet K ... I A me , ,K 'ga ' -,F 5 ' D! 5' ry. - 5 I , I- I I x fs ' ef bl? FRESHMEN WW' -:-w-.ig-M: 4 ' A ' 4094751 ,,,, . J -I 4 vs... .. .U f , Q 3 1 My . , . J f , ,, .A I . , yy TOUSLEY, TRAMMELL, TRITT, Karen Lovea Jerry K f ff ' ia , My 51. w ' .", VOPATA, WADDI LL, WADE, WAGON ER, WAHLERS, WAITS, Alvin Janet Jackie Eddie Larry Judy WALLACE, Barbara 'ff 42? 1 If y 'I 1 24,'zQf4"fC 'lg .I xy ' pf "" li 4., 'ZQ iff? 11:1 z' S ' ffm-a - -. -1:- z WH I TE, Robert 'QF' uliltig ' 1' I ..,. 3. it if I ka' 1 I fi WILSON, William WRIGHT, Virainia 84 TURNER, Rotprt 4. Q f 9 Ay T 7 9f".q ' A fmf'-1. H ' .gg 5 WALKER, Arnold ff I A 'f .,, ..,.,,, ,315 335' , if W .X . Y, 'Y ia 5 In 7 fx 3, f- ,L , , ,.5,-4,-.41 i ef 1 J , Af, Z, , . I - -' -If f 2 'fee , ,- ' ' -.MA X ff fi x .V ,eff X X I 1. , J ' I , UHRIG, VAN BUSKIRK, Louise Joyce -. if :Z " 4.2 ..1..ff I 2 f VV ' . ffl X V 3 1 X Y. WALKER, WALKER, Charles Judith - X, 'ff ,V , . ,,, , , '1f"'75".-'ii .J 1 if I ff?-f7f'f1:2f? 57 A-f ' 'f ,f 277 f " I 1 1 f 1, fe:- ,,v ,,v .,7 4 fig! A f , f V ' 45 'if X X ,,,,,, . .4 . . ..,-r, -I f I if 'f VELTEN, Verna M.. r"ff'jf,, 957 auf .1 - 'fu f '- 10,0-'ff ff? WALKER, Judy f 1 f if ff.-I, .5 .. fi? ' N223 -, , f 'Q fff ,,-. A A 1 .. f I X 5 , f 2115 13 3 .,"' A I. WALLER, WALTON, WARREN, WATERS, WAUTERS, WEAVER, WEBB, Wanda Dennis Judy Judy Theodore Patricia Ted WEHMEYER, Joseph ,W ., ,, - 4 ,...,:3. ,t 'R ' S -'L ' ii' " 1' " fi? "A, ' .QIf31I57,f, f ., . . MW' ' ' , ' s- 3, 4-K J e .li f. 5:55 j , . A . .9 . -:qv .. V, 1 , -' fm, "j . -'mg-,..3, . I ff 'fujfieg , .. . , V I ,1,V,., K, i ,gl mf- wp ,Q ,, ,f 45 f ar 1,-b .. 1? ,ff-if L, . A L ' ' I A .I ef me ,z m , , I ufw, , --12 WHITE, WHITNEY, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, William Paul Allen Anita WILT, Dixie 2 ' 'Ku' ,g,g,, j M if v, f-if . ...., , WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, Gary if .9 , Mfg. f.Q5fi2- f, , , .Q ,yy ,ff.,, A 474 l WOOD, Wayne - I ' J .3-1, ,g ja . Judy WOODRING, Lawrence it ' I f- , f ' fr- f f 4. I , I f ' 1'f2'9' 'I -' -' tj f' " " ' ff,7"K 5 I' X 57' I, . . 1 ' , 3 . , . N - ,, iv fi my f' J we 4' - f 4.. 5 f ef .... ,fy - -f f :Q , , f V ' , L" . j 4' t N 2 J ' .,ff.f,: " I " . , A ,A-A . l ,1 - V. , f, , 'f WRISINGER, YAMAMOTO, YAMANE, YEAGER, Larry James Nancy Gaylen YINGER, Virqinio YESSEN, Carl Kenneth 9 f Al f .YQL '51, 2 W: -' 4? . 'J' iii WOODSMALL, Richard -1 29" fliizf -2, : 'E 4152 - . Z .V J 4 -'F N jf: . . I .V 5, ,5 if S , - f ' WILLIAMS, Walter 1 ,Q ' X .. ,313 Ei-2-H.. t ff -Q L Q 1, ,,,,.Jf,fa, 1 : 7 X-Z, ' .'f'M-1-fig , ,W ,.., Me, . ,ff el! 0 ,K ' l A E 4 it f R5 S J , 4 ff gi' Q I 1 7 L x A V51 gift! I ,K ,, C WOODY, WOOLLEY, Karen Herbert 5 ff , .J f l, "',"S Y, "' ' ' 2. .egg , 'J ' fe. ::f:.Q .. 5' 4 ZX F JEAQZ7 f ' . f. 1 - 'ay 0 21 WESTERBERG, Barbara ...-7. Q, , Ar? 1 4,3 ff f . - L .1-2:44 Q J gf , , Q 1 -W . 'l f 1 rf 5 I wii.soN, Mary VILLEME, John 'fix I ' ' , . . "wif, i f "VW gs ' , .. f QAM ' ,es f M , "? ,131 'Q , T ZZQC.. f if-'41 ,-' -' .nn WALKER, Shirley frrr Y, teii x, 1- 43. 3135- 3? w i WHITE, Jeanette ' :lv as-?:f'fIi'j Wi' I 1' .... Q sig.: :K ' ll 7: .2 - i WILSON, Ruth WORTMAN, William YOSHIDA, YOUNG, YOUNG, ZIEGLER, Pansy Harold Stanley Jay l,: Qu .LEME, Iohn T7 'iw an 7, 'f ff H, xxx, .LKER, uirley is , 2727, VH ITE, :anette PM gg, 52.1" ILSON, Ruth RTMAN, Villiom IEGLER, Joy CT IVITIES FRESHMAN HONORS PROGRAM September Freshmon Honors Group Bock row Sandro Moy John Stonner Koren Henry Kennetl' Cosh Roberto Price Front row Judy Fogerson Duone O Molley Eddie See Lindo Colwell December oddutuons to the honors group were Shoron Kelley Mory Lynn Brown Thomcus Morris Joe Fischer ond Phil Klomm Nine students entered the new CMS honor progrom un September ond five more were odded un December Being one of the few progrcums of its type students who meet the requirements ore ollowed to toke on occeleroted progrom of study with certoun prerequisites wouved it the student hcus covered the moteruol pre vuously ond hos olso ronked hugh un thot oreo un the freshmon entronce exoms Also the honor students cure ollowed to corry os mony hours per term os desired Hugh school guudonce counselors recom mend the students on bosus of hugh school rotungs ond scores on Ohuo Psychologucol exoms Applucotuons ore then mode to C MS cund funcul occeptonce unto the pro grom us based on scores from two tests guven by the college Addutuonol students who quolufy mcuy be odded ony term ond o student moy drop out of the progrom uf he feels he ccinnot keep up the poce A scholorshup us oworded to eoch portucu pont for os long os he remouns un the pro grom Dr Tutus shows students how to use the lubrory coro cotculogue I L ti fl cu fr Fe tt Ol nc cl I 7 f 4 7 f W W On gre Wcitching Bringing he FY1Oln funct hove been clebote, dis .""Q4 The teu In Missouri sos, Oklol' schedule wt the new CMS rember and five -ember. Being one its type, students ents are allowed program ot study es waived it the we material pre- iked high in that entrance exams. s are allowed to term as desired. ounselors recom- sis of high school hia Psychological then made to C ce into the pro- s from two tests Iditional students d any term, and Et the program if up the pace. d to each partici- mains in the pro- the library TELEVISION Learning the art ot television produc- tion, CMS students have an oppor- tunity to gain backstage know-how on a college sponsored TV series viewed from KMOS-TV, Sedalia. Featuring topics from art to tornadoes, these programs were seen Friday nights at 9:30. Helping with program-coordi- nation were thirteen members ot a class in radio and TV production. One of the CMS-TV programs in pro- gress. Students work on a mock TV rehearsal. DEBATE Q 27 fg. 4? ,fi x..-- Q E ,T 33 -cf Back row'l Newham D Thurston W Dod e . . , . , g Second I I x row: N. Bashore, W. Brown. Front row: M. Groom Watching the time card is only one part ot debate. ' ' ' Bringing home top honors to CMS has been the main function of the i958-59 debate team. Firsts have been won in radio speaking, prose, poetry, debate, discussion, and extemporaneous speak- ting. The team has competed in ten tournaments, IH Missouri, lllinois, Arkansas, Nebraska, Kan- sas, Oklahoma, and Ohio. Highlighting the schedule were the national Pi Kappa Delta tour- M. Shehan, J. Hutchings. nament in Bowling Green, Ohio, and the Mis- souri State tournament at William Jewell Col- lege. The highest award given in the state tour- nament was taken by Nellie Bashore and Jay- anne Meyers for winning tour out of tive rounds at debate. Nellie Bashore also brought home a silver cup for first place in extemporaneous speaking. STUDENT JOBS Kay Richardson performs one of the duties of her jab in the Student Center snack bar. STUDENT EMPLOYMENT 'l A majority of students at CMS hold part time or summer jobs. These range in types from be- ing a department store Santa Claus to secre- tary to the president of the college. The per- centage of self support is as variable as the jobs with most students at least partially pay- ing their way through college. These pictures portray only a few student jobs but the RHE- TOR salutes all students who hold down jobs to help further their education. 88 Working as a secretary to Dean Peters is Sandra Etter. 1 Z ? 9 2 5 ? 'Z Z 2 V lit .le w 2 i . 1 it 1 , TQ ' 1 Peters .., ...-,......-- ,,...- A STUDENT JOBS "Good evening, Marie Todd l-loll . . , " Jeon Prigeon onswers the phone while working in Todd office. CMS student, Lyle Burns, holds o job with o locol cleaning estoblishment. Sophomore, Allen Burfeind, completes o drug store disploy os port of his job. STUDENT TEACHING Z - M...- High school citizenship is taught by Lewis Hoffman and Dave Pibel as Mr. J. Heyt- rnan supervises. ,us . ,,..,e.., M1 ,. ,, f' f ,K tw , 'Z Students listen to Judy Hamamoto read as Jennie Cook stands by. ,,. ,. .. M I QW , 1 90 'ix rects a high school art class. Le Ann Jaeger Csecond from leftl di- Conferences, o men in heels, st plans for anythi modern economl called "select" They go by the t These senior st education field cl teaching day, f school situation Actual classroom teach, takes up with special along with t mi he 0 The CMS Labori rollment of UPI grades one thro cilities whereby can be learned x on campus. Seve dent teaching p CMS, and t teaching off hese CCll'1 Cook stands by. t class. Conferences, observations, men in suits, wo- men in heels, stacks of paper work, and lesson plans for anything from "London Bridge" to modern economic principles characterize a so called "select" group on campus each term. They go by the title of practice teachers. These senior students who plan to enter the education field are required to spend an entire STUDENT TEACHING teaching day, five days per week, in a real school situation to receive credit for the term. Actual classroom teaching or observing others teach, takes up the major part of this time with special methods courses being taught along with the actual experience. The CMS Laboratory School has a limited en- rollment of approximately 350 students in grades one through twelve. This provides fa- cilities whereby modern education techniques can be learned while student teachers remain on campus. Several area schools also have stu- dent teaching programs in cooperation with CMS, and these provide the opportunity for teaching off campus if the student prefers, Mary Griffith and Margaret Rose teach reading in the first grade. A space station creates interest in a fourth grade class. Helen Ruwwe, Peggy' Fairbrother, Mary Anderson, and supervisor, 1d from leftl dl- Mrs. Anne Preuss look on. WHO'S WHO l . BOYD EVERSOLE, biology ma- jor from Lowry City was elected and served as Student Govern- ment Association president this year. He is also a past presi- dent ofthe BSU and a member of SCA. . Nineteen students were chosen for the i958-59 ed i t i o n of "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universi- ties." Selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership and co- operation in educational and ex- tra-curricular activities, citizen- ship and promise of future use- fulness, basic requirements are ninety hours of college credit and a 2.5 grade average. LE ANN JAEGER, an art major from Warrensburg, served as Gamma Delta vice president this year. She is also a member of Al- pha Phi Delta, Beta Alpha, stu- dent center publicity committee, and Hall of Recognition. AL BETH RITTER, physical ed- ucation major from Higgins- ville, served as Houts Hall president during the '58-'59 year. She also is a member of PEM, WRA, and was named in the Hall of Recognition. 23 ,M Nr I 22 A w.. DELORES HARLAN, secretarial science major from California, Missouri served as Sigma Sigma Sigma president this year. Among her many other activities are WS GA, BSU, and Commerce Club, l v Wg. 1 1 tsllq. ROBERT BROWF a biology major SGA student ass man of SGA, spe Dha Kappa Laml i957-58 homeco Sey Band for the nts were chosen 59 e d i t i o n of mong Students in ges and Universi- on the basis of idership and co- Jcational and ex- ictivities, citizen- se of future use- requirements are college credit and rage. ER, an art major Jurg, served as 'ice president this ia member of Al- Beta Alpha, stu- Jlicity committee, ognition. E' ,cience 'ved as s year. ire WS JENNIE COOK, of Pi Kappa Sigma Sorority, is an elemen- tary major from Kansas. This past-president of the Panhel- lenic Council is a member of Alpha Phi Delta, SNEA, and was named to CMS l-lall of Recognition. . WHO'S WHO mt? .gy .5 4 if' ALEX BARTLETT, social studies ma- ior from Warrensburg is a member of Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity. Well known in campus activities, he X, ROBERT BROWNING, found often in the library is a biology major from Warrensburg. He served as SGA student assembly chairman, and past chair- man of SGA, special activities. This member of Al- Dha Kappa Lambda fraternity was in charge of the l957-58 homecoming and securing the Jimmy Dor- Sey Band for the '58 Rl-IETOR Ball. served as SGA vice president which entails being in charge of Student Court and on all SGA committees. l-lerwas elected class president dur- ing his freshman and sophomore years and is a member of various honor, service and departmental or- ganizatioris. i, JOYCE SMlTl-l, known for her work in religion is a business education major from Waverly. She served as Pi Omega Pi president, BSU vice president, SGA secretary, and was a member at Alpha Phi Delta and SNEA, 93 gf CM L, ,fdgpjfg-ff. fins wi, WZ ' time lift Wilt has V12 '1Q'Y"""' "tv"'f"' t'W"i't""t' "TK" "":f1. l VIRGINIA BELL, English major from Independence, served as Yeater Hall president among her many activi- ties. A member of Alpha Sigma Al- pha sorority, she was the freshman orientation coordinator for l958-59. JAMES SELF, mathematics ma- jor from Sedalia, is shown here in one ot his duties as head steward of the men's residence halls. This member of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity was elected to the office of senior class president and was named in the 'Hall of Recognition. SONJA HUGHES, an English major from Kansas City, is a member ot the SGA. Student Assembly, Pi Kap- pa Sigma Sorority, Dolphins, Alpha Phi Delta, BSU, and Hall of Recog- nition. ELIZABETH STERNE, an Eng- lish major from Warrensburg, has been active in campus dra- matics. A member of CMSC Players, she received the minor actress award in '57. As a member ot Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, she was elected as the most outstanding Tri Sig. She is also a member ot Alpha Phi Delta. EDWIN GRACE, shown here giving the downbeat to his own dance band, is a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon fra- ternity. This music major from Har- risonville has served as SGA publicity committee chairman and president ot Phi Sigma Epsilon, Crescendo Club, and Inter-Fraternity Council. CAROL cation ma served as man of mittee. ties are WRA, and Yeater I 'r . f I 7 ,lf Ei' A 't'i P1-NULL Hines, Q me English and social s AS SDecial activitie charge of this year' the Tommy Dorsey IQPPQSCI with the Wc HHETOR Ball. 1 hu. ,uf V., do 'Yv- . .5 ST? xy' 4 4 "' N- 9- fi: "fY9?S i W, 'x ii . wg! f M, -,-f1.:1- w ,ffft,iazi:p-'few' ' -mf 1,5 ' : T' sf it 4 7? 24:15 V . , 4 ' ff 'i A.Q- f I ff-1:"1-we-1 .Sf-A if tee,-giwaf -ff"- " ,, ' T ,lr -' ir , nE'Q,3j?E5"3ii4' ,i , Ei, , M f f 1' iff f J f 2, J tc 3 nf yi? M t if if if A if , 3, -5z1,,,g,, f X Y f , , 55, 71 f f 5 ff J ,QQ f , f 3 A95 4 A-wgxgj 6, ,,5.,,9 fa? of f , I is ,271 62 W ff I ff 'fw?n2f , ,. 'F in lv up 13 asv .. N Q L' J JM 'Elf' ,M 1... rw ,Ti ,iiifaf uu""' 'Fw-1' -'W' f YG' ,c i - -."?'P Y' , ll 'N' " ent ' ff 5 PN mai W' -Pak Z . l 'X' U J V l f ' Q ju. 135'-.... iq- ' 53 ... -1 r' vii " M xii? " ' :iz 'raw' 1 K? u' ---- 12' ' , 4 ':r'Eq- wi .nf 5 , ,uw 4, 4 i my I 64 , ,A - -, nfl was :.iF- 5,i,,'?+-fi J Sb f l 15, i English major 5 a member of sembly, Pi Kap- ns, Alpha Hall of Recog- iving the band, is ilon fra- om Har- publicity sident of o Club, 1' WHO'S WHO CAROL EVES, a physical edu- cation major from Brentwood served as student center chair- man of games and parties com- mittee. Among her other activi- ties are Dolphins, Orchesis WRA, WSGA, Alpha Phi Delta, and Yeater Hall Council. I PAT STRIDER, Alpha Sigma Alpha president this year, is a business education major from Raytown. She served as a mem- ber of SGA, Student Court and was on the i958 RH ETOR Staff among her many activities. She is shown here coming from President Lovinger's o f f i c e NANCY BOWMAN, Mathe- matics major from Lathrop a transfer student from William- Jewel College, served as presi- dent of Alpha Phi Delta and was named in CMS Hall of Rec- ognition. H ' l where she is a secretary. SONDRA SUE KISER, Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority past president, is a physical education major from Kan- sas'City. She served as SGA Human Relations chairman and is a member of VVRA, PEM Club and Dolphins. DONALD FERGUSON, an ac- counting major from Independ- ence has served as a member of the Student Court, Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity presi- dent, Inter-Fraternity Council president, and secretary of the Mace and Torch Club. PAUL ' HINES, a member of Acacia Fraternity, is an E'lQlISh and social science major from Kansas City. A5 5Decial activities chairman of SGA, he was in CPUVQS of this year's homecoming. He also secured The TOmmy Dorsey band for a fall dance and ar- longed with the Woody Herman band for the l959 RHETOR Ball. GERALD HARRIS, past president of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity, is a merchandising and retailing major from Kansas City. He is also past president' of the Inter-Fraternity Council, a member of Alpha Phi Omega, "M" Club, Commerce Club and Hall of Recognition. 95 ,' 1 I l . i li 's li ii jj ii T l l 2 il ,ll il i ,l ja l l ii is l HONOR GROUPS High scholastic achievements characterize students who are members of the campus honor groups. Although each organi- zation sets its -own membership standards, students admitted are those who evidence quali- ties of leadership, scholarship, and character. The key word to such attain- ment might well be studying-- since without effort top schol- astic rating is not obtained. Members of these groups have worked to maintain the best grade averages, and justly de- serve the honor accorded them. i MACE AND TORCH Mace and Torch is a leadership honor fraternity which recognizes out- standing men students who are upperclassmen. Robert Browning is president with Donald Ferguson as vice president. Mr. Phillip Worden is sponsor. Standings, E. Toepfer, J. Appleberry, L. Casady. Seated: P. Worden, B. Browning, J. White. A PREXY CLUB To work tor communication be- tween the administration of C MS and the student body is the aim of this club composed Of the presidents of all campus or- ganizations. President Warren C. Lovinger is club sponsor. Back Row: G. Plowmon, A- Lloyd, K. Allen, B. Talley, C. Kline, W. Stephens, W. Ellen- bargar, W. Dod, L. Buntin, B. Dillon. Fourth Row: W. Lovin- ger, R. Beers, T. Schupp, P- Strider, N. Bowman, V. Bell, H. Wastell, C. Young, W. Brown. Third Row: B. Eversole, C. Eves, D. Marshall, A. Ritter, S. Brush, R. Harris, R. Alexander, 5- Moore. Second Row: R. Green, J. Doyle, M. Nelson, J. Smith, D. l-larlan, L. Hoke, Y. Strode. Front Row: D. Richcreek, P- Jones, D. Beall, D. Lynde, 54 Shelton, M. Shehan, C. Broer- mann, L. Smith. ALPHA PHI SIGI Alpha Phi Sigma is ai ternity which recogni: encourages learning oi to the compus. Activit year included a Christ ticipation in the hono presentation of an ho outstanding senior mer Dorothy Lynde, vice pr Elliott, secretary-treasu exander, faculty spons Jent. Bock row: M. Brown, Lynde, C. Broermann, ond row: B. Freund, A Anson, D. Wilson, C. J P. Trent, L. Casady, B. ner, D. Maschmeier, Chambers, S. Shelton, l-lall, M. Adams, R. Morris, S. Woody, D. C Edwards. Seated: S, Rok chum, C. Smith, Y. Ent Diggs, S. Gore, S. Kelle Under the leade Delta porticipat 'VOS DOrty, spor high grade ave DVOQVOVTT. Other and secretary, l Back row: L. Nc D. Nicholson, C F Strider, N. Bc 3 Nichols. Four 3 Hayes, A. Be KY CLUB rk for communication be- the administration of C d the student body is the f this club composed of esidents of all campus Of- itions. President Warren finger is club sponsor. Row: G. Plawman, A' K.'Allen, B. Talley, C- W. Stephens, W. Ellen- , w. ood, L. Buntini B- Fourth Row: W. Lovin- i. Beers, T. Schupp, P- , N. Bowman, V. Bell, H- ll, C. Young, W. Brown. Row: B. Eversole, C. EVCSI rshall, A. Ritter, S. BruSl", nrris, R. Alexander, 5- f . Second Row: R. Green, 'le, M. Nelson, J. Smith, rlan, L. Hake, Y. Strode' i Row: D. Richcreek, P- i o. Begin, o. Lynde, S. 1, M. Shehan, C. Broef' L. Smith. HONOR GROUPS ALPHA PHI SIGMA Alpha Phi Sigma is an honorary fra- ternity which recognizes scholarship, encourages learning and is of service to the campus. Activities through the year included a Christmas party, par- ticipation in the honors banquet and presentation of an honor key to the outstanding senior member. President, Dorothy Lynde, vice president, Glynna Elliott, secretary-treasurer, Rosalee Al- exander, faculty sponsor, Dr. H. Clay Jent. Back row: M. Brown, L. Noland, D. Lynde, C. Broermann, D. Gilbert. Sec- ond row: B. Freund, M, Morrison, D. Anson, D. Wilson, C. Jent, M, Wallis, P. Trent, L. Casady, B. Culp, C. Steg- ner, D. Maschmeier, K. Austin, C, Chambers, S, Shelton, E. Sanders, K. Hall, M. Adams, R. Alexander, A. Morris, S. Woody, D. Goadenough, B. Edwards. Seated: S. Robertson, N. Ket- chum, C. Smith, Y, Ent, R. Manley, E. Diggs, S. Gore, S. Kelley. ia PHI SIGMA PI The Alpha chapter' at this na' tional honorary fraternity gpg,-y. sors the annual All-Honor ban- quet in the spring and holds regular professional meetings, Faculty sponsor is Dr. Perry Mc- Candless. President, Larry COS- sady, vice-president, L I o y d Decker, and secretary-treasurer, Dick Thurston. Back row: K. Baur, E. Toepfer, L. Keisker, D. Campbell, P, MC- Candless. Second row: D. Pibel L. Cossody, L, Decker, D, Thurston, J. Scamman, J, White. Front row: C. Phillips, P 1 Hines, G. Ffscher. ALPHA Under the leadership at president, Nancy Bowman, Alpha Phi Delta participated in homecoming decorations, held a Christ- 'UGS party, sponsored a spring party for freshmen women with l"'Ql'1 grade averages and initiated an educational assistance DVOQram. Other officers are vice president, Jean Niederhauser, PHI DELTA C. Pritchard, L. Hake, C. Asman, C. Eves, S. Hughes, D. Mar shall, J. Wittman, J. Niederhauser, Third row: J. Lindaman J. Bergmeier, C. Brown, M. Wallis, B. Wagner, B. Arensmeier B. Edwards, M. Taber, S. Woody, B. Semstead, B. Sullivan, V Bell, D. Harlan, J, Aubuchon, E. Diggs, M. Kasper, N. Binder Gnd secretary, Betty Sullivan. Dr, Laura J. Nahm is sponsor, Back row: L. Nahm, V. Carlyle, G. Dexheimer, D. Maschmeier, D. Nicholson, C. Boeschen, R. Alexander, R. Harris, D1 Anson, F. Strider, N. Bowman, J. Lamar, E. Craft, G. Ehmann, N. Otto, S. Nichols. Fourth row: Y. Ent, A. Jahani, J. Brown, J. Coyle, B- Hayes, A. Bell, S. Crabtree, R. Stalz, S. Moore, K. Jensen, Second row: J. Smith, K. Scotten, M. Bennett, J. Gibson, D. Records, D. Lynde, C. Long, N. Bashore, J, Cook, K. Park, N Windsor, L. Wheeler, N. Fuller, M. Ellis, A. Stewart, S. Smith., J. Fisher. Front row: D. Wilson, J. Morris, P. Trent, B. Buck, J. Stanbraugh, J. Gudde, D. Knier, K. Kimper, D, Beall, B. Stakley, G. Elliott, M. Shehan, M. Lintner. KAPPA DELTA PI Officers of this international fraternity for teachers are presi- dent, Bernice Delaney, vice president, Sarah Smith, secre- tary, Le Ann Jaeger, treasurer, Wallace Griffith, sponsor, Dr. Reid Hemphill. Initiation in February, district convocation in April, and Moy breakfast for seniors were activities of RHO chapter. Bock row: R. Hemphill, B. De- laney, W. Griffith. Second row: J. Henkel, C. Eyes. Front row: P. Romero. HONOR GROUPS BETA BETA BETA A series of radiation and biology lectures were sponsored this year by Beta Beta Beta, honor- ary biological fraternity, in od- dition to the Audubon screen tour lectures. Officers are presi- dent, Charles DesCombes, vice president, Robert Browning, sec- retary, Joan Linder, sponsors, Dr. Sam Hewitt and Dr. Laura J. Nahm. Back row: L. Redmond, R. Browning, G. Thomas, R. Litle. Second row: S. Hewitt, D. Wid- der, L. Nohm. Front row: J. Dinsmore, R. Huftsher. Beta Alpha, honorary art fraternity, this year made and sold CMS pennants, sold cakes at CMS Play- ers' productions, and sponsored the showing of the movie, "Henry Vlll." President, William Gardner, - vice president, Wanda Kimble, acting secretary, Mike Hanna, treasurer, Neva Peron, faculty spon- BETA ALPHA sors, Mr. E, C. Ellis and Mr. Robert C. Rogan. Standing: R. Ferro, L. Scheer, J. Curran, W. Gard- ner, L. Dobson, L. Busch, H. Thompson. Seated: E. Hanick, K, Hansen, B. Giffee, F. Dyer, O. Alleh, B. Simmerman, L. Jaeger, E. Ellis. This mathemat Griffith, preside Nancy Bowmar During the year mas letter to ali City, sent dele The purpose of thi home economics. l Sending delegates various social funi Darlene Beall, fir Betty Lee, recordii Jimmy Hinote, tre Livingston. Bock row: M. Carl fneier. Second row Front row: B. Lee, l'A BETA BETA of radiation and biology were sponsored this Beta Beta Beta, honor- ogical fraternity, in ad- o the Audubon screen tures. Officers are presi- harles DesCombes, vice it, Robert Browning, sec- Joan Linder, sponsors, i Hewitt and Dr. Laura ri. ow: L. Redmond, R. g, G. Thomas, R. Litle. row: S. Hewitt, D. Wid- Nahm. Front row: J. 'e, R. Huffsher. i E an. V. Gard- aatedz E. J. Allen, HONOR GROUPS .- .. .. ,. ,...-..,....,,..,. -.,......s........ -. - -5' 1' KAPPA MU EPSILON This mathematics honor organization is headed by Wallace Griffith, president, assisted by David Campbell, vice president, Nancy Bowman, secretary, and Hubert Kienberger, treasurer. During the year the group held a Christmas party, sent a Christ- mas letter to alumni and members, took a spring tour to Kansas City, sent delegates to the national convention in Bowling Green, Ohio, and heard guest speakers at monthly meetings. Mrs. Sherralyn Craven is faculty sponsor. Back row: H. Elliott, K. Bauer, D. Campbell, S. Hartman, D. Dittmer, C. Brown. Second row: R. Hemphill, E. Toepfer, C. Young, W. Griffith, J. White. Front row: G. Ehmann, D. Wilson, N. Bowman. KAPPA OMICRON PHI The purpose of this professional organization is to further the best interest of home economics. Participating in Founders Day, joint meetings with alumni, Sending delegates to and participating in national meetings, and sponsoring various social functions are some of the activities of this group. President, Darlene Beall, first vice president, Shirley Seaton, second vice president, Betty Lee, recording secretary, Donna Kay Harmes, corresponding secretary, Jimmy Hinote, treasurer, Darleen Maschmeier, faculty sponsor, Miss Grace Livingston. V Buck row: M. Carlile, C. Stegner, J. Hinote, K. Clark, G. Sewell, D. Masch- meier. Second row: L. Moore, D. Harmes, D. Beall, P. Trent, G. Livingston. Front row: B. Lee, S. Shelton. -1 PI KAPPA DELTA This national forensic honorary fraternity is' led by president, Carl Kline, assisted by vice president, An- toinette Budd, secretary, Nellie Bashore, and treas- urer, Wayne Brown. The group participated at the forensic tournament at Bowling Green State Univer- sity, Bowling Green, Ohio, in March, and sponsored the Central District high school speech and debate tournament. Faculty sponsor is Dr. W. R. Dodge, W. Brown, N. Bashore, C. Kline 99 , 1 , , il Zip? ,ang . H 2, , , 'L' X .W 9 I 1 .4 -ws-.vf X M- t WM .- N R., QV. ffl , ,A, , PI OMEGA PI To create interest, scholarship, and professional ideals in business education is the purpose of Beta Rho chapter of Pi Omega Pi. The national honor group this year assisted with the district teachers meeting, graded papers for district con- tests, sent delegates to national convention in Chicago, distributed materials to district busi- ness teachers, published an annual Christmas paper, "Popcorn," held a car wash in the spring, sponsored o business division faculty coffee, and held a spring picnic for business education ma- jors. Officers are Joyce Smith, president, Jan Mayfield, vice president, Glynna Elliott, secre- tary-treasurer, sponsor, Dr. Charles Kuhn, Jr. Back row: L. Sterne, C. Kuhn, B. Sullivan, D Harlan, P. Strider, C. Casady. Second row: M Devenny, D. Lynde, M. Ellis, J. Niederhauser O. Frazier. Front row: G. Elliott, R. Kasper, J Young, J. Smith, J. Henkel. - I HONOR GROUPS TH ETA ALPHA PHI This national dramatics fraternity pre- sented the Christmas convocation, pro- duced a children's play, "Beauty and the Beast," and sent delegates to the national convention. Leaders of the honor group are Pot Jones, president, Carolyn DeLapp, vice president, Linda Smith, secretary, and Carl Kline, treasurer. Sponsor is Mr. Keith Doss. Back row: Mr. Romero, C. Kline, J. Swearingen, K. Doss. Front row: J. Doyle, J. Danielson, C. DeLapp. I . , ,Q Ls SIGMA ZETA Psi chapter of Sigma Zeta encourages scholarship in science and recognizes creditable attainments in this field. President, Charles Young, vice press- dent, John White, secretary, Kenneth Bauer, treasurer, David Campbell, sponsor, Mr. C. R. Holland. Standing: D. Campbell, G. Titsworth, C. Young, J. White, C. Wintermeyef, K. Bauer, P. Russell, M. Johnson, E. Toe-pfer,' L. Cassady. Seated: J. Morris, R. Holland, N. Bowman, L. Dilley, W- Hartman, R. White. ,X Taking oi faculty ar ALPHA PHI amatics traternity pre- tmas convocation, pro- n's play, "Beauty and sent delegates to the ition. Leaders of the e Pat Jones, president, , vice president, Linda 'yg and Carl Kline, por is Mr, Keith Doss. Romero, C. Kline, J. Doss. Front row: J. son, C. DeLapp. EMA ZETA iigma Zeta encourages cience and recognizes nments in this field. les Young, vice presi- te, secretary, Kenneth ar, David Campbell! R. Holland. gmpbell, G. TifSWOI'Tl'1, lhite, C. Wintermeyef, ussell, M. Johnson, E. lady. Seated: J. Morris, Bowman, L. Dilley, W. '1ite. l l i l l I Taking on all comers, Dr. Bernard Kiernan, challenges faculty and students alike in the game of chess. PI KAPPA LAMBDA Alpha Mu chapter of Pi Kappa Lamb- da sponsored an opera and held an ini- tiation dinner for new members with Warrensburg alumni as guests. This honorary music organization is under the direction of Dr. Ralph Hart. Back row: H. Williams, L. Horacek, R. Hart, J. Scamman, A. Roberson, G. Edson. Front row: J. Appleberry, C. Asman, E. Shockey, E. Brooks, D. Knier, G. Holt. 1'- Carol Long and Jim Lemery display what the well-dressed couple wear when traveling, for the Contemporary Manners Series. SERVICE GROUPS ALPHA PHI OMEGA The A.P.O. Formal, sponsoring Student-Fac- ulty Directory, an annual outing at Lake of the Ozarks, participating in U.M.O.C., and helping with Parents Day and Homecoming are some of the activities of this service or- ganization. President, Gary Plowman, vice president, Ted Starr, secretory, David Gatter- meir, treasurer, Gene Butts, and faculty sponsor, R. E. Smith. Bock row: E. Butts, K, Murry, T. Seavey, C. Spotts, A. Lloyd. Second row: J. Marie, G. Plowman, C. Harper, R. Smith. Front row: A. Street, N. White, M. Medoressi, D. Rezni- koff. V WAITRESSES Serving the meals banquets and special dinners in Mills, Witt, B. Marshall, L. Paxton. Second row: B. the women s residence halls were Noakes, A. Bisbee, M. Wells, M. Wilcoxen, S. Brede- Bock row C Smith R Finklang J Romachuk, B. hott, L. Scheer, S. Woody, B. Shaw. Front row: M. Young D Dovisson J Martin M Isaacs S Ma Martin C Sehellman y. ,. ,R.Sll,J,Aif ,B,B Third row J Niederhauser B Mills C Pritchard, B. S. Kelley, S. Terry. O ee Oro owers' STEWARDS TNS QVOUD Of men Ofe fe?-D0n5'bl9 for SGVVIVIQ me0lS, Plowman, D. Schlup, L. Stewart, C. Ricks, G. Myers, banquets and special dinners in the men s residence halls J. White. Second row: V. Bennett, H. Wastell, E. See, Bock ,ow A Lloyd E MCGUHS D Ferguson L Wah- P. Sherard, A. Peck. Front row: B. Hash, G. Gover, C. lers C Sports L Ferguson E Butts Third row: G. R091 D-Gl05S- l F fe ll Q E 1 lu 1 E' h ll lf Sl lt l li l i pl d li :l ll I i l 5 Q l n I l li ,, -1, fl ,l li Le P 5 L. .1 ld 55 l I 1 i l l l l The plan intel tion: Bob hun: STUDENT CEN This group plc social activitie Co-chairmen 1 tees compose t net. Miss Hele ordinator for l: Back row: F. Cohick, D. Sco ham, L. Buntir R. Green, C. I Strode, S. Ette Front row: J. F Goodman, S. F de, D. Richcre One of the fir: Qram, CMS ha DfOgram. Duri CMS, on uppe: ries an a corre enrollment anc aids 'iis counse Quai ted with O'Qc -izations BOC row: D. F lfef, R. Dillon, le. Hess, A. Llc ll OMEGA onsoring Student-Fac- Jal outing at Lake of ng in U.M.O.C., and Jay and Homecoming ies of this service or- Gary Plowman, vice cretary, David Gatter- Butts, and faculty Murry, T. Seavey, C. nd row: J. Marie, G. . Smith. Front row: A. Medoressi, D. Rezni- awz B. irede- v: M. :we rs, Ayers, . See, er, C. -1-,1-,. ...,-,,--.... .. -WY SERVICE GROUPS if nm, ,J . f The Student Center Cabinet, headed by Donna Richcreek, plans special dances, parties and other activities in the interest of all students. Chairmen are: dance and decora- tions, Sue Ellen Stewart, special parties, Marty Goodman and Bob Davis, entertainment, Yvonne Strode and Bob Omo- STUDENT CENTER CABINET hundro, publicity, Carolyn Koester and Jo Ann Coyle, re- Richcreek. ' STUDENT CENTER COMMITTEE This group plans and executes special social activities throughout the year. Co-chairmen of the various commit tees compose the Student Center Cabi net. Miss Helen Gilbert is faculty co ordinator for both groups. Bock row: F. Woodfill, J. Martin, D Cohick, D. Scotten, L. Eidson, J. Mark ham, L. Buntin, C. Allard. Second row R. Green, C. Koester, R. Taggart, Y Strode, S. Etter, B. Davis, H. Gilbert Front row: J. Fogerson, D. Records, M Goodman, S. Porter, J. Grate, J. Gud- de, D. Richcreek, B. Bowman. freshments, Paula Bruce and Louis Bunting records, Charles Chambers and Lee Leslie. Seated: Y. Strode, B. Omohundro, M. Goodman, C. Koester, P. Bruce, H. Gilbert, B. Davis, S. Stewart, L. Buntin, D. FRESHMAN COUNSELORS One of the first colleges in the country to initiate such a pro- Qforn, CMS has had much success with its freshman counseling DI'Ogrom. During the summer before the freshman enrolls in CMS, an upper classman counselor is assigned to him and car- ries on a correspondence with him through that summer. Upon enrollment and the beginning of Freshman Days the counselor Olds 'mis counselee in furthfer orientation by helping him get ac- Quoi ted with the college facilities, other students, faculty, and Orgc iizations BOC row: D. Pibel,-R. Thurston, J. Murphy, D. Scotten, L. Keis- ker, R. Dillon, J. White, L. Buntin, J. Scamman, D. Oelklaus, l-. Hess, A. Lloyd.-Fifth row: F. Grieder, L, Decker, E. Toepfer, C. Allard, C. Boeschen, J. Greer, M. Lawein, B. Grimes, E. Childs, S. Brush, K. Allen, L. Owen, P. Worden. Fourth row: G. Plowman, L. Casady, S. Etter, S. Moore, V. Bell, C. Owens, C. Clark, R. Sherrell, N. Malon, P. Selover, C. Smith, G. Fischer, R. Taggart, J. Martin. Third row: J. Angel, D. Richcreek, A. Schultz, B. Davis, S. Hughes, N. Thompson, N. Binder, B. Mo- Iavi, J. Appleberry, S. Porter, D. Ott, B. Eversole, B, Omohun- dro, M. Whiting. Second row: M. Shehan, G. Downs, P. Trent, D. Wilson, A. Stewart, J. Lindoman, M. Bennett, J. Oetting, K, Richardson, J. Gudde, M. Goodman, J. Morris, D. Records. Front row: D. Beall, T. Murphy, B. Bowman, S. Frik. lO3 I i A I , il l i, . tk ll l 1 l l l l E i l i Li I , i l l SERVICE GROUPS COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Offering social and cultural opportunities to stu- dents from abroad and opportunities for American students to become acquainted with foreign stu- dents, this club holds picnics in the fall and spring, sponsors an annual Christmas party, and gives sup- pers with international menus. Meeting twice a month with programs given by the international students, this organization also gives two awards to students who are outstanding in promoting inter- national friendship on campus. President, Abdol Ali Jahany, vice-president, Carlos Castro, secre- tary, Kyung Hi Kim, and treasurer, Charles Allard. Brigitta Olofson, Sweden, shows Frauke De Wiljes, Netherland, how her country compares with the U.S. on a world map. INDEPENDENT WOMENS ASSOCIATION Faculty sponsors are Miss Elizabeth Callaway and Dr. William Stoney. Back row: N. Shafiyan, A. Jahani, C. Owens, H. Khalini, R. Manherz, C. Sarreshe, C. Allard, Wil- liam Stoney. Third row: H. Diaz, S. Yim, l. Oloff- son, A. Marulanda, Ki Suh, D. Mowlavi, M. Mir- saidi. Second row: M. Malaressi, E. Senaha, M. Bowers, F. De Wiljes, A. Jahani, A. A. Jahani, B. S. Molavi, G. Plowman. Front row: M. Lee, S. Smith, J. Alfaro, M. Cook, B. Langendoerfer, J. Yim, M. Wallis. T h I s organization sponsored candidates for homecoming queen and RHETOR queen, sold shakers for football and basket- ball games, held an all school dance, and sponsored the World University Service Campaign on this campus ended with the Fac- ulty Show. This organization has as its purposes the promoting a wider social outlook, and mak- ing possible the participation of a greater number of students in various campus activities. Presi- dent, Ruthanne Kruse, vice- president, Darlene Beal, secre- tary, Joyce Jeffries, treasurer, Mary Althoff, faculty sponsors Dr. Laura J. Nahrn and Mrs. A Bishop. Bock row: L. Nahm, M. Alt- hoff, D. Goodenough, R. Kruse R. Harris, D. Anson, A. Bishop Third row: A Moon, R. Lockard, J. DeWitt, N. Binder, M. De- Witt, P. Romig. Second row: J. Jeffries, C. Brown, P, Trent, R. Bonar, T. Meinberg. Front row: A. Courtney, B. Bowers, D. Beal, B. Wyatt. I 1 The Majorett in parades, grams at ha formed indiv the home bc Pat Murphy, Standing: P. Burns. Kneel Hilgedick. The Glee C P'0Qf0ms throug QVOUD, directed l SERVICE GROUPS TWIRLERS The Majorettes led the CMS marching band in parades, pre-game and halt-time pro- grams at home football games, and per- formed individually with halt-time shows at the home basketball games. Head twirler, Pat Murphy, drum major, Jay Scamman. Standing: P. Wehmeir, J. Scamman, J. Burns. Kneeling: J. Martin, P, Murphy, S. Hilgedick. FRESHMEN MULEBACKERS Organized this year, the Mulebackers support the athletic teams and promotes school spirit by urging attendance at all sports events. President, Nancy Grisham, vice president, Harriet Toben, secretary- treasurer, Barbara Dent, sponsor, Mr. Philip Worden. Back row: H. Toben, N. Grisham, S. Har- ris,. B. l.aRasen, R. Herndon, V. Adams, P. Worden. Second row: P. Hensley, D. Galloway, M. Semstead, W. Wolfe, J. Heigele, l.. Blackwell, M. Groom. Front row: M. Hoover, K. Henry, K. Woody, P. Dent, S. Hall, J. Johnson. YEATER-TODD GLEE CLU B , .'. The Glee Club participated in Women's Residence Halls special Thanksgiving dinner, the Christmas White Breakfast, and Hanging P'0Qrams through the year. Three ot the main occasions in which this at the Greens program. QVOUD, directed by Myrna Geary, participated, were the Yeater-Todd lO5 2 CHORUS The chorus has as its main function perform- ances at various convocations during the year especially during Christmas and Religious Em- phasis Week. Directing the chorus is Mr. D Braatz. i 1 106 1 i i 1 I A CAPPELLA CHOIR A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Dr. Ralph Hart, sang for a convocation during winter term, a concert during Religious Emphasis Week, and con- ducted a concert tour during spring term. Q if 1 5 l i l ll i 4 , 4 l 'f ll l li l Ee i ll s ll i ll' Q l l i l l l lil Qli l 11 3 . l i 4 i l Z l 1 ill 5 flw 2 ll fl E, i Ii i ll . lO7 CONCERT BAND The Concert Bond under the direction of Mr. D. Brootz gives convocotions ond concerts both winter ond spring terms ond goes on tour to oreo high schools during win- ter term. From this bond, smoller pep bonds ore formed which ploy ot home bosketboll gomes. Acting os ci marching unit foll term, the bond performed pre-gome ond holf-time shows for oll home football gomes. lt olso led the Homecoming porode ond various other porodes in Worrensburg and the surrounding oreo. lO8 ORCHESTRA - The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Hugh Williams, presented convocations and performed in the Christmas musical program. The orchestra also plays for dedicotions and baccalaureate services as port of its function. A ,Xf.MviA 4 l 4 l i i l 1 4 l l l i li i ia l l i. l li l ll i l is l m ll l 5' l l li Q -l 'r li M ,V li li rl l ri fx 4 l l F I '4 I I i i I , I i I i . I I I l I i i I I I I 1 I i I 4 ii l I . it 'I I , , ,E K 6 3 S i 5 ' i il 2: It it V , . I I, I i 2 I 9 1. L4 t I I i 2 9 Ball feature one of Herman' be til-Chest Plan now to attend the Rhetor Ball and hear the music of Woody Herman and his band. Buy a ticket now for the event. - - Due to the band concert at 10 Friday, Feb. 27, the 10 o'clock classes of that day will be held at 10 Tuesday, Feb. 24. OFFICIAL CAMPUS PUBLICATION -p CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE COLLEGE vor.. XLIX WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY zo, 1959 NUMBER 15 Education changes broaden areas of general learning Changes in general edu-cation re- i lower two-fifths will be required to quirements that will appear in the take Mathematics for General Ed- Dent nntnlno' I Listening to detoils tor o news story, B STUDENT Editor, Ken Allen, works to - meet onother deodline. Cemost otters cash awards to Writers Cash awards will be .given win- ners. of the writing contest an- nounced to launch the Spring is- sue of Cemost, Prizes of S15 and S10 will be awarded for first and second places in each of the three fields: Short story, poetry and es- say. Students' currently enrolled may submit as many articles as de- sired without a signature, in dou- ble-snn rjprrl Qtyrnqwritten marnilg-C5191 hneir- ilcnnwlorlxm nfIi1r'atinn Those placing in the up- . c 1 'be excused rograim Dean lges are a re- study by the nmittee head- 'chairman of Science divi- ral education cycle which entury when Nas prescrib- id by an all- fhich caused some areas e, some 40 ..--., ......-- --.- .irection of 3 sor Donald O. Braatz has organized to be known as tl legiate band. This band ha Editor In Ohiief-Kenny Allen Assistant Eclitor+B etty Wagner Society Editor-4Carolyn Asman Seconicl Page Editor--Leonard Granato Photographer-Bill Dahlsten Art Editor-Bill Rumsey Business Manager-Bill Mateja It is the purpose of this paper to Woodys Iaest contr for concer game nig The thundering 'of the f-E I-Ierds" of the 1940's win gran played in Morrow gyinmasi. dis- March' 12 as Woody Hem., on his orchestra come to Cjand the annual Rhetor Ball, 'pl for man .aggregation will play -lef- cert and the dance. con- , No stranger to popular mu, ' 'big band jazz, HSIUTIHH ggi ,land start toward his career. pfly in vaudeville at the age 0,waS playing the clarinet and Stine. He says, 'Tm still an acwillg' In 1933 Herman joinedf Reporters- Ruthanne Krug: Larry Ernbry, Ron Clemf',5a 'Caryl Smith, Sherill Bnlrec, Paul Burgand, Thelda Gall, 01. Carol King, Shirley Shelf Faculty Advisor-Mrs. Eveled. Runyon Jig Work for the betterment of L I students, faculty and school, and to ,promote go-od fellowsF: honesty, unbiased opinions and in me 500181 nan. c' Grace, a senior music major, has had his own dance band for three years, is director of the 'Essig Col- lection and president of the Cres- cendo Club, He also is president of the Inter-Fraternity Council and past president of Phi Sigs. This year's Popular Girl is a junior Business education major, a member of the Business Educa- icil, and Alpha Phi Delta. She was interest in school activities, . LfULl1.l.L -DEISLC, WLAU iII1'EUE'ID5 ' York debut opposite the grow' ' the Roseland Ballroom,,remei 3 they frightened 'eff The war years were roug the band business, and thee of J01' ---i-+ a 5, -Q y Scoreboard for tion Club, the SGA Executive Coun- Kennedy co-chairman of the freshman orien- tation student committee and was Football spectators will be .ation dissolved. began to featuri ing this time so: standards were hop's Blues", "l , "W o od c h o p "Northwest Pas Quick saves l Quick acting c college nurse ar saved the life after he became day noon. Ref manager of the fi ball teams. Mrs. Ella R nurse., asked L viva'-r,'ff 1 1 1, 4, f al. ed I at nextlurr Nth 01I Vernon. L 2, at CM 762118 tg? E . h fs 'V 0 fel Tlbuztt b Comfgg , :hange m onldlf 'KEN . debate ' tournamm e auctio -3 :. donattas I . Alwg by. Nellie Bashore 600 61611, yers took first p 'fund FHS ui women's deba deer John Swearingi . I tee no were eliminated the 31135 nals, winning Ln le newlleyx bates. to insiafg Dick Thurston: ge saiclbwh were eliminated Jgressbad Hal-S. winning thr rd coil be bates. ig the g Fifty-two team. l STUDENT COURT Student co1u't, rather than take no action, decided to send letters to each organization that violated the popular boy and girl convo skit time limit. Ken Allen STUDENT Editor 11--11.-so-1 to discusses - I stu 4. Bob DiIIon',s column, "Around the Quad." n on a secondary instrument. Margueritte Shehan, S9niOliagI Bl d d f been granted a graduate agfgni, I 00 0,10 ship in speech correction, gh 1. C -l' I n rf. v 5 rsu Aor, , State University, Universit I II participated in tl The squad, un Of DT. William R. of Shoe-nh, will 9 Reporters son, ond I Kruse pou ' DENT. lvlal N, Mamma-H NSS. and Carl K 5 best frchestr 00dy,S laest contract mr concertame night 5 he thundering ,of the "H dS" of the 1940's will Hman fed in Morrow gymhagjfdis- 'ch' 12 as Woody Hermar on orchestra come to Cmand annual Rhetor Ball. Th, for 1 'aggregation will play Her- and the dance. 'con- J stranger to popular mug band jazz, Herman gat anand t toward his career, Harly 'audeville at the age Ofwas ing the clarinet and spine, says, 'Tm still an actoyingr 1933 Herman joined ' lorters- Ruthanne Krliam . ,rst larry Embry, Ron ClemC',Sa aryl Smith, Sherill Brrlrec. aul Burgar-d, Thelda Gailfol. arol King, Shirley Shelif ulty Advisor-Mrs. Evenrd. .unyon H ed in, ik for the betterment of' 1 .promote good fellowsli 1 rest in school activities . um. name, win.: urauergus A : debut opposite the grow" Roseland Ballroom, remei 3 frightened him. len e war years were roug :and business, and the egg 'l .1 r oreboard for :nnedy field otball spectators will lbei . i ation dissolved. The Ht began to feature the t ing this time some of 't standards were recorl h0p's Blues", "Blues o ,"Woodchopper's "Northwest Passage". Quick act saves life Quick acting on the , college nurse and a Cl saved the life of Mal after he became uncons day noon. Reese, a manager of the football and basket- 255. ZM5'2'f 'Q Y E ball teams. Around the quad by Bob Dillon It any CMS student has lbeen able to avoid the Yuletide spirit this last week, he is more of a Scrooge than Dicken's original "Bah Humbug" sour puss. Ralph says "Christmas cheer? Well, I guess!" He's even polish- ing his shoes for the formal in Morrow tonight. His date, Eloise naturally, is elated albout the dance, as she states that she won't have to feel like a blob as this seasonal dance will be sans queen -crowning, Consequently, this eve- ning will be devoted to relaxation and toe-stepping Speaking of such fearful events. what is the proper thing to say when one has So. graciously mang- led .his dates pinkies which pre- viously were encased in a white satin slipper. Even the bridge players enjoy the table decorations even though it enables the opponents' finesse to sneak byp oh well, every season has its hazards. 'Then there's the mistletoe-g0Od guts? If Mrs. Ella R. Mays, college ggmggnfgi to fake ex: Xggffogh' "Look at that head!" says Lenny Gro- take a nurse? asked Lonnie -I-lanper, an for gmduatefumnschogl gone!! rig! nato, Second Page Editor, in conference iCfU1'eS- env' ., fff,f. ,, f, ,. .., ,-,.,..,,- ...,., . 'L Wagner, Assistant Editor, and -se who Epo, Larry Embry, Sports Editor. 1- Tillie liffii.....-..... .----,.. ....... .,. dropped m :i or Yeager for the defini- t all economic terms used J had no axes to grind or lS or institutions to slur. We vered in quest of only one -namely, laughs. thank everyone very much air reception of our first en- :. We also Want to thank ensor, Dr. Greef, for his pa- and understanding in the aaking. Todd Hall and made a chaise lon- -gue of Maggie Zimmermfan's Paris hat. This is now known to all hall residents as the saga of a "Cat on a Big Black Hat." One ruin- ed chapeau, but then aren't hats going out with the old year? Can't forget that last minute Christmas shopping but then the greatest gift to parents will be the student's inta-cted presence December 17. Betoe ending this column and . . , ,, 1 11 would , 1 . . . une ' Put an ad here, Mrs. Evelyn Runyon, 319 jolly, f Strlfgifiu-E' STUDENT Sponsor, tells Bill Mateja, nown as .dig ,gen Business Manager, as Editor Ken Allen this Year' 'f ,mo refgrh looks on. :eg S3153 in cgiilitif iZo:an:,5a21'a5 asses at i352BE7cEue1aZkes.A,good example ldlf - N ..,. U ge gf armed host.ilitles.-Gen- of a campus cruel Joke woulclfbe 3 audi? M debate' tournament at "" a'z','n fuinlklearse C. Marslhall. W "Sorrv. kiddies. no Mad Mule. :Y d Uk . I. sv I W 'mg ,.., ,yi , ki S--i-1 . A311354 by Nellie Bashore and Jayanne Me-W .Q ' T A 600 ,?f19f.,yers took first place and the cup in the Yea. Qi L ,y fund gm 111 WOInen's debate- Year. ' 'f ge- John Swearingen and Carl Kline The me W were eliminat d in th emi-fi- ' , titiienonhas 11315. Wiflllillg' eilve out Sf Zu: de-E' and Hose: 'env try te new l'1eY,bates. ahreciisltixmsg 1, never to insfiarg Dick Thurston and Wayne Brownf I a mixed ,I 'er hear ge sald-QW were eliminated in the quarter fi- 11 will also be so, 'requent ngresigead gals, winning three out of five de-p t as the musical n T laugh fd goalie - . Sun- direction Ba girls lg t 6 ,mg 1- ytwo teams rrom six states Jane Scha Darticipated in the tournament. t hung of p-my to I-D, . ....i...,.... . The squad, under the directiongegmnmg both hang ?us..11Ve of D13 William R. Dodge, professor 1 N h fQ - - - w domi- curtain Off to Stu 0 .mer-h. will an fn Wllllnm Je- Crm di- Cusses - t L Reporters Ron Clemons, Gordon David- f these Quad." V er son, and Melba Wallis watch Ruthann -- irls and n' J' pound out news for THE STU- he ,out- lrgueritte Shehan, Senlolha ML - W - -V, A I granted a graduate asiianti ings-EnEu 'i,fli'Q12amuu': M"""" Q UU IJUD O every in 51566011 corre-ClJ10I1 a erm ' ' 'all iI1tO : University, i lUniverSilY " . - . . -.. .1 -1 I 5 gxeks lX.x rf I I Compiling and editing the CMS I I yearbook, the RHETOR, for the year ,V I i958-59 was the duty of this staff. 11 gf ' Q ' Trying to capture the main activities W I of the year and put tlrhem down in ptic- fi A " t d w 'ting, t is group O S U- I , I I Q 3 Q dehetss Chropes rto preserve the mood of gy h W v r r.,,ff I this year's campus and provide the r', , I means for many reminiscences during 5 , future years. I V f I ef 1 I E, 3 I "You mean t II TOR?" Rita ii II Mary Lynn I-I Staff. I: I ,. That smug look could only A y W mean the deadline was two TTHWT' days ago. Del Dace, Art Editor. I "This is actually very serious business, chief." Lloyd I my . Decker, Editor-in-Chief, Daryl Allen, Associate Editor. I ' f I ii L fi I "We're getting f Barbara Freund I Childs, Business I V Hard K? i Jo Ann Binder, brake. I Editor, I I "Now this square picture goes in this round hole "Be careful there, you know this must be . . . " Del Dace, Art Editor, Mrs. Evelyn Runyon, in true journalistic style." Betty Wagner FacultS 'LldDk ' ' ' y ponsor, oy ec er, ditor in Chief, Staff Member, Melba Wallis, Copy Edii II2 Daryl Allen, Associate Editor. tor. the CMS the year 'iis staff. activities rn in pic- p of stu- mood of mvide the es during ,.zZM,L,.-F ' 4. .ild only was two rt Editor. l l i il "You mean this stuff actually goes in the RHE- 5 TOR?" Rita Kasper, Clerical Editor, Wanda Wolf x "Goshl Look at all those old fashioned clothes." Rita Kasper, Clerical Editor, Max Marsh, Faculty Editor, Bob King, Greek Editor, Bill Foley, Schedul- ing Editor. Mary Lynn Hoover, and Marilyn Groom, General Staff. i T "We're getting closer, only.Sl l,799.98 oft this time!" Barbara Freund and Dan Scotten, Business Staff, Earl Childs, Business Manager. "We'll have honors pictures at 7:00 p.m., depart- mental groups at 7:02 p.m., and senior pictures can be taken somewhere in there when there's no rush." Arlene l-lanning, Co-organizations Editor, Larry Fer- guson, Co-organizations Editor, Barbara Bowman, Senior Editor. Hard l?l working general staff members: Jo Ann Wittman, Pat Murphy, Rosslyn Binder, Phyllis Romig, and Jane Good- brake. Not pictured: Otto Sayles, Sports Editor, Bob Newman, Photographer. Q 3W 1-his rnusf be 5 ,.,. . ,..t . Betty Wagner, it .L Jllis, Copy Ecli- ,f "M" CLUB The "M" Club, a letterman's organiza- tion, contributes to the promotional wel- fare of athletics in college, They operated the concession stand at home football games as one of their main projects. Back row: J. Thomas, R, Davies, R. Conk- lin, R, l-littner, T. Baker, J. Craft. Second row: J. Wilson, F, Oshel, P, Black, J. Keeton, R. Hawthorne. Front row: B. Johnson, J. Boyce, E. Toepfer, D. Keck, L. Mines. PHYSICAL EDUCATORS CLUB The men of this organization, the purpose of which is to help students better under. stand the physical education field and its problems, during the year brought speakers to the campus, sponsored rules conferences, and held social activities such as films and steak fries for their members. Serving as president was Jerry Winegarg vice president, Fred Oshel, Sec. retary, Marvin Reese, treasurer, Keith Lawrence, and faculty sponsor, Dr. Floyd Rees, Back row: T. Baker, J. Thomas, G. Lewis, R. Hawthorne, J. Wilson. Second row: F. Oshel, M. Reese, C, Pieper, B, Prewitt. Front row: J. Boyce, L. Farrill, J. Little, H4 Scene from the i958 Dolphin Show. WOA RECREA ASSOCl Intramural SDOVTS C inter-collegiate sport by this organizatioi Bowman, vice presi- secretary, Marie Li Dorothy Coleman, Back row: C. Wed Hansen, D. Craft, N Second row: J, Stan Trammell, J. Delles, D, Coleman, Front Lintner, N. Tl'1OmD5f 2 2 l I 2 Officers of Carol Eves, retory-treasi Physical Edt ball prograi high school WRA intror UCATORS CLUB ganization, the purpose students better under- l education field and ing the year brought ampus, sponsored rules held social activities d steak fries for their as president was Jerry sident, Fred Oshel, sec- eese, treasurer, Keith ulty sponsor, Dr. Floyd er, J. Thomas, G. Lewis, Wilson. Second row: F. C. Pieper, B. Prewitt. 'ce, L. Farrill, J. Little. CIOW. WOMENS RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION Intramural sports and participation in inter-collegiate sports days are promoted by this organization. President, Nancy Bowman, vice president, Carol Weddle, Secretary, Marie Litner, sponsor, Miss Dorothy Coleman. Back row: C. Weddle, S. Baldwin, K. Hansen, D. Cratt, N. Bowman, R. Aytes. Second row: J. Stanbrough, P. Meyer, L. Trammell, J. Delles, C. Koester, D. Beall, D. Coleman. Front row: J. Gudde, M. Lintner, N. Thompson. SPECIAL INTEREST Ab A K sor, sponsor, Miss Jessie Jutten. F. De Wiljes, P. Meador, J. Bergmeier, Frilc, M. Bennett, M. Lintner, S. Hill, Goodman, J. Delles, S. Todd. V7 PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJOR'S CLUB Officers of Physical Education Major's Club include president, Carol Eves, vice presidents, Judy Clark and Carol Nichols, sec- retary-treasurer, Yvonne Ent. PEM members met with the Men's Physical Education Club for a volleyball game, folk dance, toot- ball program, and Christmas dinner. A program was held tor high school girls, and the club assisted with sports day and WRA intramurals. Delegates attended the AANPER convention. Miss Jessie Jutten is sponsor. Back row: H. Suhr, A. Ritter, M, White, S. Baldwin, J, Clarke, J. Stocker, R. Aytes, C. Eves. Third row: C, Kcester, C Weddle, F. Miller, L. Trammell, L. Paxton, L. Calloway, .l, Jutten. Sec- ond row: A. Williams, L. Cartwright, M. Lappin, C. Nichols, N Thomson, B. Cooper, M. Mawson, Y. Ent. Front row: C. Griggs J. Stanbrough, M, Lintner, J. Gudde, H. Weber. 1 'DOLPHIN SWIMMING CLUB Marshall, C. Eves, J. Jutten. Second row: Stewart, J..Walker, M. Lappin, M. Witt, Curry, L. Trammel, L. Scheel. Front row: The Dolphin swim show is sponsored annual ly by this organization which encourages ad- vanced and synchronized swimming. The group also participates in senior day and sponsors classes in water safety instruction and senior life saving. President, Donna Mar shall, vice president, Carolyn Koester, secre tary Mickey Lintner, treasurer, Nancy Wind Back row: L. Paxton, S. Nichols, E. Unruh, K. Hensen, D. Nicholson, V. Roscoe, J. Bai ley, N. Thompson. Third row: B. Gonzales D A D S M il. l l i l i l i ii il i l i, l l I l l 5 l . . l i i l i l l I 1 Ai i l il li I l ,. il ll ll Q. ii 'l I: g. li ll li l, ll l li l i .l M M li I .i ,, ,Q I. l li il ln ll is l .ii i I .l l l ii In , I il l 1 i l l I l il In il . i ll li ,ii IQ .I fl 'll I fl ll lil l .ix ii 'i l lll l l- :L il ,I . ill i1l lii All , 1 .ll .2 l il . ' ii 'I it. i u. i ll f il la + 11 , il I 11 li ii li I l l Qi I l ll I , X, I l F l 'Y it l,l ,I it l l . iw .4 'P l 4 ,. f l 4 ll ig, li! l . i f il l 'F 'l t i-f ll' ,li ' I .lp SPECIAL INTEREST SOCIAL DANCE CLUB , WV, 46' To teach and promote better dancing on the campus is the aim of this club headed by Charles Chambers. During the year, the club gave instruction in social dancing, sponsored a dancing contest, as well as special dances. Miss Gilbert is the sponsor. Bock row: N. Harris, C. Peiper, E. Pike, L. Brumm, R. Woods, L. Edson, W. Stephens, P. Russell, N. Gonzales, M. Schafer, G.' Titsworth, R. Oetting. Fourth row: J. Fischer, D. LaRue, H. Suhr, N. Grisham, F. Miller, B. LeRosen, S. ORCHESIS Orchesis promotes creativeness in modern dance for all interested students. Faculty sponsor is Miss Young. Bock row: P. Meyer, J. Hutchings, F. Young. Second row: Y. Strode, C. Koester, S. Thomp- son, S. Todd. Front row: D. Records, J. Gud- de, J. Morris. f I l Baldwin, H. Diaz, R. Omohundro, R. Winegar, l H. Gilbert. Third row: W. Hupp, J. Martin, G Button, B. l-lenks, S. Nichols, J. Shireman, L Armstrong, D. Kehm, J. Rolf, L. Graham, S Nielsen. Second row: B. Stonner, D. McMan- nama, E. Lowery, L. Scheer, M. Groom, D Hulse, D. Reed, V. Velten, 'S. Barker, B. Cun- ningham. Front row: C. Kammerdiener, S. Todd, L. Shipman, B. Tising, J. Gudde, J. Bartimus, K. Woody, J. Conlon, M. Lee. COLLEGIA Collegiate 4-H CIL tion which provic members to fulfill home clubs. They the Agriculture C liamentary proced television progran student and an l before the club. Sherwood, vice pre kin, secretary-trea sponsor, Dr. Loren Standing: T. Grimi J. Gudde,, D. Sher mey. Seated: L. Finklang, K. Austi SQUARE DANCE CLUB All school dances were sponsored by this organization in order to promote and teach square and folk dancing. The club is headed by Wayne Brown with Miss Gilbert as spon- sor. Back row: W. Brown, P. Moen, C. Pieper, R. Hawthorne, W. Stephens, E. Skowly, G. Hosford, J. Greer. Second row: J. Ellington, L. Daughtery, B. Edwards, V. Velton, B. Stonner, B. Molavi, H. Gilbert. Front row: J. Rolf, P. Simmerman, T. Gobel, M. Ruther- ford, I. Rolf, L. Stewart, R. Bonar, K. Rich- ordson. SPECIAL INTEREST COLLEGIATE 4-H CLU B Collegiate 4-H Club is a service organiza- tion which provides a means for 4-H members to fulfill attendance records of home clubs. They enjoyed a party with the Agriculture Club, sponsored a par- liamentary procedure team, a radio and television program, and had a foreign student and an IFYE delegate to speak before the club. President, Donald E. Sherwood, vice president, Phyllis S. Lamp- kin, secretary-treasurer, Ruth Ann Dryer' sponsor, Dr. Loren Granger. Standing: T. Grimes, L. Colwell, R. Crede, J. Gudde, D. Sherwood, R. Dryer, J. Ra- mey. Seated: L. Granger, J. Brown, R Finklang, K. Austin, J. Tempel, S. Kelley I AGRICULTURE CLUB Fellowship and professional development among agriculture students and faculty members is promoted by the Agriculture Club through such activities as o club banquet, square dance with 4-H club, and assisting with the annual Future Farmers and vocational agriculture con- tests. L. W. Ellenberger, president, Jerry Parrott, vice president, Stanley Duncan, secretary, Bob Conn, treasurer, and Dr. Loren Granger and Mr. E. F. Low, spon- sors. Standing: R. Conn, T. Grimes, D. Kull- man, A. Gerhardt, D. McMillen, D. Sher- wood, H. Lee, E. Wagoner, J. Lieser, K, Young, E. Wehmhoemer. Seated: A. Ja- hani, L. Granger, R. Crowder, S. Duncan J. Parrott, L. Ellenberger, O. Barnett, D Summers. 1 ENGLISH CLUB Publication of the Cemost is a project of the English Club. This group, with Dr. Catherine F. Titus as sponsor, furthers interest in English. President, Nellie Ba- shore, vice president, Sonia Hughesycor- responding secretary, l-lelen Reminsnider, treasurer, Virginia Bell. Standing: P. l-lines, R. Eostin, C. De- Lozier, R. Clemons, M. Wallis, J. Good- brake, D. O'Malley, B. Gammon, B. Short. Seated: B. Wagner, V. Bell, S. Hughes, S. Crabtree, C. Smith, L. Smith, Ny Ba- shore, M. Brown, S. Terry. ll7 i l l BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB This organization meets to promote interest in the teaching field and to helpvstudents realize the duties and responsibilities which will be theirs as future teachers of business. Participat- ing in Commerce Day and helping freshmen get acquainted with the Business Department are some of the activities of this group. President, Thelma Schupp, secretary-treasurer, Donna Anson' faculty sponsor Dr. Lu- cas Sterne. Bock row N Malan B Spiva B Sul livon V Volmert T Schupp M Walker D Anson L Sterne Third row N Devenny J Niederhauser J Smith Lmdaman C Sachs M Els son D McMannama R Kasper E Diggs K Witthar, G Elliott Front row M Pedego S Thompson J Fra sure M Adams B Riley ACCOUNTING CLUB The Accounting Club is a departmen. tal group which acquaints interested students with the problems and oppor. tunities in the field of accounting, This group also assists in the annual Commerce Day and invites special guest speakers to participate in ifg regular meetings. President, Gqry Johnson, vice fpresident, Don McKin. ley, secretary, Mary Low, treasurer, Ward Amos, Faculty sponsors, Mrs, Lass and Mr. Sterne. Bock row: E. Pike, M. Smithpeters, R, Lehman, L. Valentine, D. McKinley, D. Scotten. Third row: M. Lass, F, Winckler, P. Sherard, R. Meyer, N, Meyer, H. Hodges. Second row: L, Goldammer, J. Henderson, P. Gier, G, St. Ores, W. Amos. Front row: H. Diaz, D. Jones, J. Owen, W. Spiva. MERCHANDISING AND RETAILING CLUB This group ca sponsors Commerce Day holds monthly meetings for business and social activities and invites speakers who give first hand experi ence and lectures at the club meet ings Acquainting students with pres ent day business conditions this or ganization is led by Ralph Lewis pres :dent Harry Hue vice president Mar tha Toel, secretary, Lyle Burns, treas urer, and Mr R Lane, faculty span sor Back row. M Hogan, D Bryant, C Klaus, R King Front row: R Green, D Sims, R Lane 3 WF sg' midi M--N-.sl l 1 I I I I -vm 43 . . . . ' V-, Z yt , ' ' Qs, ., 1 A I ' I ' r - -15245 ' ' ' ' ' . ' 13? : . , . , . .5 - i - .R 1 J- I - I - - . loo, V. Velton. Second row: N. Hob- ' T' are I . , . , . - '- if , . , . . ' K -- - , 1 3 - , ,. , " J ' I - I - I I ' I ' UNTING CLUB g Club is a departmen- :h acquaints interested he problems and Oppor- e field of accounting, o assists in the annual y and invites special 3 to participate in its '-ngs. President, Gary president, Don McKin- Mary Low, treasurer, Faculty sponsors, Mrs, Sterne. 'ike, M. Smithpeters, R olentine, D. McKinley, hird row: M. Lass Sherard, R. Meyer, , Jdges. Second row: Henderson, P. Gier, , Amos. Front row: , J. Owen, W. Spiva. lm!-ZF' SPECIAL INTEREST ISING IG CLUB Commerce Day, gs for business 1, and invites st hand experi- the club meet- ients with pres- :litions, this or- ilph Lewis, pres- -president, Mar- fle Burns, treas- e, faculty spon- , D. Bryant, C. row: R. Green, SECRETARIAL SCIENCE CLUB - Doris Records is president of this organi- zation which sponsored the Commerce- ramo last fall and Commerce Day this spring. Other officers are vice president, Delores Harlan, secretary-treasurer, San- dra Potter, sponsor, Mr. Kuhn. Members of the club are secretarial science ma- jors who meet to discuss common interests GENERAL BUSINESS CLUB Formerly a division of Commerce Club, this group was organized to further the interest through group activity in the General Business field. President, Larry Owens, vice-president, Gerry Sullinger, secretary-treasurer, Jean Pri- geon, and faculty sponsors, Dr. James Britton and Mr. Carmie Casady. Back row: N. Sondbothe, W. Docl, J. Hess, C. Britton. Front row: L. Roasa, J. Prigeon, L. Owens. and problems. Bock row: D. Bowen, Y. Strode, J. Shire man, R. Thegart, P. Selover, D. Harlan C. Kuhn. Second row: C. Paull, J. John son, D. Records, R. Manley, S. Porter, C Songer. Front row: K. Kemper, F. Street S. Hill, J. Young, M. Hinken. ,I " '-w....,,,,, 4- , an U-uv, Business students use the office machines room. SEASON'S PLAYS i l css . CMSC PLAYERS The CMSC Players furthered campus interest in dro- hick, L. Leslie, J. Danielson. Second row: M. Romero, E. matics by presenting student productions which included See J. Doyle K. giggle J. Edwards 5. Eher, C. Le'-Ozier. "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", "Beauty and the Beast" and ' , I ' I . "Hedda Gabler". Mr. Keith Doss acted as faculty sponsor. From row' P' Jones' R' Stoll' L' Smllh' M' Nelson' E' Back row: K. Doss, G. Fisher, L. Buntin, C. Kline, D. Co- 'Smal' J- l'lUlChl"'95- Jeannine Hutchings, John Sweoringen, and Pat Jones rehearse in the "Pit" Pat Jones and John Swearingen in a scene from "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof." iv? M., ,fo I v 4 ,f. ,,,f ' 'V "4 W 1 . ir f f V MGM A - ,..., 5 f 5 5' l '4 1 2' 5-ff l l I gf' 'wt Q - ' 4 M., ,,... . 42 'ws A, i Jolene "Hedc SEASON'S PLAYS i l Romero, E. C. LeLozier. . Nelson, E. ringen, and Pat a scene from flolene Doyle and Jeannine Hutchings in Hedda Gablerf' Two members of The cast of Canadian Players bringing "As-You Like lt" to the Campus. Doyle Cohick, Eddie See, and Carolyn DeLapp work on the Children's Play. l2l The Student National Educational Assoclatlon promotes X-fbwtwv '4- SPECIAL INTEREST ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION This organization works to promote better understanding of education for children Dr Kathleen Ranson and Dr Kleta Finley are sponsors Activities during the year Include a bake sale and portrcrpatnon In Christmas decorations President Martha Nelson vice president Joyce Lay secretary Judy Hama moto treasurer Joann Martin Back row K Ransen V Herron M Nelson E Trarll J Martin K Finley Second row L Stewart S Woody L McPherson J Witt man B Edwards Flrst row M Rutherford J Hamamoto A Hannlng M Rose B White J Lay FLYING MULES To bring together those interested in the art of flying is the purpose of this organization President William E Stephens vice pres: dent Harold Thomson faculty sponsor Mr Innes H Thomson W Stephens R Conklin R lnnrs STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION a professional organization among future teachers and ac qualnts them with the hlstory ethics and programs of the teaching profession ACIIVIIICS during the year Included the membership drive in October sending delegates to the district and state teachers meetings and participating In the Christmas decoration contest President Loretta Hoke vice president Donna Marshall secretary Judy Moms treasurer Barbara Hall sponsors Dr MOFIOO Schott Dr Grant Clothler Dr Kleta Finley and Dr Charles Koellrng Back row R Kruse N Bowman S Blackwell C Stegner C Flynn D Marcks B Eastm H Thomson C Ballah E Pryon J Hess B Young R Horns A Rutter Fourth row B Arens meler M Whiting J Code R Hart P Borgstadt L Johnson J Hoke T Schupp D Marshall C Eyes V Volmert K Aus tan B Sullivan Third row J Smith M Nelson L Shipman K Woody M Sanders W Malan V Herron J Cowherd M Elslos J Wlttman D Harlan J Nlederhauser V Volten B Eversole Second row A Hanning R Kasper J Walker J Jef fries J Moores D Grier J Bergmeler J Loy G Okada R Lancaster C Sacks D Ott C Broermann D Lynde Front row S Shelton A Sparks L Wredmler S Stanbrough M Pedego S Blankenship A Yomane P Yoshida M Rogers S Cossarrt J Goodbrake P Glass R Bonar YOUNG Under the I Amos, the Y Fourth Con! fall for Sena Congressmor Johnson Co The club al: trict Young vember ond meeting las1 vice preside: Burkhardtg treasurer, l' Harry L. Wi Bock row: I- hardt, W. A Second row: Clark, J. Drr B. Culp, M. M. Groom. g img J Gs, W 4 Ki J- I gg Q tfrig xg 1 if W CMS's Radio pus. P retary- ON EDUCATION to promote better for children. Dr. Kleta Finley are the ' year include in Christmas Nelson, vice Judy Hama- M Nelson, row: J Witt- M. Rutherford, M. Rose,. B. me W ui 1 U 4 3358 AW Li ....,,,..4f g-1ft'f,- U , Pi? ' ?t"9f. -- 1 r.-Jaffe YOUNG DEMOCRATS CLUB Under the leadership of president Ward Amos, the Young Democrats sponsored a Fourth Congressional District Rally last fall for Senator Stuart Symington, the late Congressman George Christopher and Johnson County Democratic candidates. The club also was host to the l2th Dis- trict Young Democratic meeting in No- vember and sent delegates to a state meeting lost summer. Other officers are vice presidents, Margaret Lee and Glenn Burkhardt, secretary, Bonnie Gorrell, treasurer, Karla Roberts, sponsor, Mr. Harry L. Wilkey. Back row: H. Wilkey, J. Sellers, G. Burk- hardt, W. Amos, M. Althoff, W. Gaither. Second row: J. Sanell, M. Batchelor, K Clark, J. Driscoll, B. Newman. Front row: B. Culp, M. Lee, M. Rogers, J. DeWitt M. Groom. 1 fb, A " 2.7 YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB The Young Republicans Club works to further the knowledge of the Republican party and participates in campaigns and elections.4Officers are Wilton Dod, presi- dent, Dorothy Lynde, vice president, Shir- ley Duemeyer, secretary, Donnie Grain- ger, treasurer, and Mr. Carl D. McMur- ray, sponsor. Back row: R. Goold, L. Ferguson, J. Mar- tin, D. Grainger, W. Dod, R. Clemons. Second row: G. Elliott, C. Brown, S. Duer- meyer, M. Wallis, P. Gossey. Front row: J. Rahm, B. Lazenby, L. Noland, D Lynde aw: B. Arens ?, L. Johnson, nert, K. Aus L. Shipman, Cowherd, M. , V. Volten, B. lalker, J. Jef- G' Okada' R' CMS's newest organization, the Central Missouri Amateur Smith and Mr. Ammon D. Roberson. Lynde' Front Radio Club, promotes amateur radio and its benefits on cam- Standing: B. Deere, P. Moen, L. Walker, J. Nashan, J. lnlijfughf M' pus. President, Don Kyser, vice president, Dick Ritchie, sec- Scherer, D. Mays. Seated: G. Smith, M. Smith, A. Roberson, . 0 ers - I 9 ' retary-treasurer, J, Gattermeir, sponsors, Mr. Robert E. C. Gale, J. Gattermeir, R. Ferro, D. Kyser. l23 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SPECIAL INTEREST - VETERANS ORGANIZATION All veterans in C.M.S are eligible to join this social and constructive organization. During the year they entered all campus competition: floats, decorations, and intramurals. They also sponsored, under the leadership of Wilton F. Dad, president, and Piex Boas, vice president, C.M.S's recognition of Veter- ans Day. Faculty sponsor is Mr. Rogan. Bock row: J. LaMasney, W. Amos, F. Compton, R. Manherz, R. Martin. Second row: W. Dod, D. Hirst, C. Yancey, E. Swisher. Front row: F. Winck- Ier, N. Nash, G. Barron. CLUB A Promoting interest in relations with other coun- tries and peoples, this group aids in the UNES CO campaign, promotes United Nations Day, and holds various social functions. Officers are Caroline Braermann, president, Jay Martin, vice president, and Hugh Brady, secretary-treasurer. Bock row: C. Allard, H. Brady, L. Hoffmann, C. Ballah, L. Anders. Second row: J. Martin, C. Broermann, N. Binder, B. Barnes. Front row: M. Wallis, M. Lee, B. Molavi. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB A faculty sponsored party, homecoming float, field trips, and spring picnic were projects this year of the Industrial Arts Club. Mr. Mel Jenkins is sponsor of the group which promotes fellowship and professional development among industrial arts students and faculty. President, Jim Round, vice president, Leon Lee, secretary, Frank Dray, treasurer, Dick Morse. Bock row: M. Jenkins, W. Gardner, J. Ziegler, W. Nip- pes, J. Brewer, J. Round, M. Reid, W. Weller. Front row: H. Young, T. Boehm, C. Phillips, L. Smithson, B. New' man, H. Wastell, H. Thomson. l U .4 fn 9 il fx 24 I CRESCI The Crescendo C Music Division un group held a fresl new music studer spring, and spans certs. President, E Larry Lutte, sec treasurer, Carolyr Bock row: C. Bee ker, J. Scammon Bockelman, L. l Hodges, J. Haske ling, A. Skaggs, . Noe, M. Starkebc fuh, M. McKinna J- Appleberry, T. G. Holt, L. Graha M. Geary, C. As: Second row: M, Maxon, l. Ralf, I Lazenby, J. Conlc Ort. Front row: S. lei, D Knier, B. T Sairt, M. Mansfii OVCJ, S. Bailey, B. TION to join this social the year they decorations, under the , and Piex of Veter- Compton, R. W. Dod, D. row: F. Winck- SPECIAL INTEREST COLH ECON CLU B The UNESCO silver tea and the Nelly Don Fashion Show were among the activities sponsored by this organization which forms a connecting link be tween home and school and trains young women to be efficient leaders in home life Officers are president Shirley Shelton vice president Ruth Ann Rohovit secretary Beverly Mills treasurer Joyce Cusine Social activities during the year included freshman hobo and Christmas parties and the an nual Spring Parent Daughter Banquet Dr Lanice Moore is sponsor Back row K Strode M Marker M Althoff L Blackwell C Stegner D Maschmeier D Goode nough Third row E Lowrey D Oetting C Nolte P Lampkin K Austin D Harme J Higgins B Mills Second row J Pettus D Beall J Currie N Windsor R Rohovit J Oetting Front row L Calwell M Rogers S Shelton 'ank Dray, ', W. Nip- Front row: i, B. New- PSYCHOLOGY CLUB The club also assisted with Mental Health Day in February. Dr. Arthur J. Ter Keurst and Miss Louise C. Leonard are faculty sponsors Back row: L. Schwartz C. Loswell G. Gooch. V Bell, Dr. Ter Keurst. Second row: C. Cotterell J Briscoll, J. Sims, W. Gaither. Front rowz' M Lee M. Wallis. CRESCENDO CLUB The Crescendo Club is sponsored by the Music Division under Dr. Ralph Hart. The QfOUp held a freshman picnic last fall for new music students, a club picnic in the Spfing, and sponsored trips to music con- certs. President, Ed Grace, vice president Larry Lutteg secretary, lna Beth Rolf, treasurer, Carolyn Asman. Buck row: C. Beech, G. Fischer L. Keis- lfer, J. Scammon, L. Lutte J. Urick J. Bockelman, L. Buntin, D. Bedwell B. Hodges, J. Haskell. Fourth row: B. Stal- llfWQ, A. Skaggs, J. Hansen, J. Martin, J. NOS, M. Starkebaum, C. McCune, E. Un- fUl1, M. McKinnon, B. Henks. Third row: l- Appleberry, T. Meinberg, B. Baldwin G. Holt, L. Graham, C. Parsons, C. Smith, M. Geary, C. Asmon, S. Etter, P. Small. Second row: M. Morrison, D. Reed, C. Maxon, I. Rolf, M. Hoover, J. Fisher, B. Lazenby, J. Conlon, D. Mawson, A. Stew- art. Front row: S. Kelley, B. Langendoer- lef, D. Knier, B. Tising, R. Becker, J. Cos- soirt, M. Mansfield, R. Dryer, D. Deck- Ofd, S. Bailey, B. Miller. I To stimulate interest in psychology and to discuss problems of mutual interest is the aim of Psychol ogy Club members Jerry Sums president Virginia Bell vice president and Betty Laswell secretary treasurer headed the group this year Trips were made to the Menninger Foundation the Topeka State Hospital and the St Joseph State Hospital RELIGION STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Bock row: P. Borgstadt, H. Thomson, D. Thurston, L. liams, L. Smith, M. Wallis, J. Appleberry, J. Driscoll. Valentine, R. Manherz, H. Gilbert. Second row: A. Wil- Front row:'D. Deckard, M. Rogers, B. Buck. Religion plays an important role on the CMS campus with many denominational groups ac- tive'in campus life. Although the primary purpose of these organizations is to provide spiritual growth and knowledge for its mem- bers, the religious groups also participate in the social and scholastic aspects of college. Serving as a co-ordinator of all the church or- ganization is the Student Christian Associa- tion, composed of representatives from each church and other interested students. Relig- ious Emphasis Week each year highlights the goals of SCA and the other religious groups. Reverend Woodruff, pastor ot the Warrensburg Christian Church, opens the Christmas program. Methodist m Ted Akers, sp ning vespers. a 5 v' 1 Chaplai follows Student, wards, i vocatior the con- X si CO of in as Methodist minister, Rev. Ted Akers, speaks tor' eve- ning vespers. 11 RELIGION Dr. Ralph H. Elliott speaks before convocation on the subject "Brotherhood in Living," The Curse of Broadmind- edness", Father Culhane's convocation topic. Chaplain Tinsley of Whiteman Air Force Bose follows the themeof Brotherhood. Student, Jim Ed- wards, gives the in- vocation for one of the convocations. "U"--1-Q. Gregory E. Shinert, Executive Di- rector of the Missouri Commission on Human Rights, speaks. Student speaker, Pat Trent, leads o worship service. The CMS chorus odds their port to Religious Emphasis Week. l27 l cl . . - .. ig.. ..ts-:i5"i5Xgt'f'iTf .111 c.g.,,..44.4::.':::g:.:4:.:L:..g-.a:. i-'1af:'f1if2:1- T 5 'T W J 4 A. .J J . .-T-TTMTT .iliklu E rs CD RELIGION l Center. REW book display in the Student CANTERBURY During the Year' 'J' Lindo Smith, presic Sored an annual Cl fee hours for the pc Episcopal Book Cla tended the Dlocesa ferences. Serving l Rick Bullock. Facu liam StoneY Und M Standing? E- NOSS' dock, R, Bullock. Father Moon, W3 E Anderson, L- Smlfl' Bible display. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The activities of this organization include a pre-school retreat, Boston Tea Party, Alumni Dinner, International Students Thanksgiving Dinner, weekday vespers, state convention, spring retreat, and the annual BSU Banquet. President, Ruth Harris, vice president, Marilyn Walker, secretary, Mary Ann Adams, treasurer, Francis Eversole. Bock row: F, Eversole, L. Hess, J. Hess, J. Edwards, C. Ballah, W. Clark, T. Haile, R. Litle, R. Ham, N. Beckham, P. Kepley, W. Gailter. Fourth row: E. Waite, C. Hutcherson, A. Ward H. Suhr, D. Kerr, R. Hutcherson, R. Harris, R. Clemons, L I Decker, J. Schwartz, N. Grisham, V. Hust. Third row: J. Hutch- Q erson, A. Skaggs, P. Borgstadt, M. McKinnon, L. Hoke, J. Junks, M. Semstead, R. Drummond, R. Mclntire, J. Carroll, G. Basham, S. Nichols, D. Grier. Second row: L. Uhrig, C. Phil lips, C. Weddle, K. Witthar, B. Hoffman, C. Sanders, J. Apple berry, L. Shipman, J. Lay, K. Woody, K. Scotten, J. Smith, B Eversole, P. Trent. Front row: B. Stakley, C. Nichols, S. Thomp son, B. Lazenby, J. DeWitt, R. Bowers,,M. Lintner, C. McFad- den, J. Hagerman, J. Stanbrough, D. Knier, M. Stone, M. Ad- ams, C. Maxon. l LIAHONA FELL This group sponsors Church of Jesus 4 Saints sponsor noon ship services, a v various parties and ficers are Arnold W land DeWitt, vice L off, secretary, and l urer, Faculty spans Howard Baltz. Bock row: D. Fort Scherer, G. Lewis, Maloney, R. Goold, row: W. DeWitt, I4 C. Smirh, M, CO1 Stacker, J. Sellers. M. Ruott, B. Gam: HOYS, A. Anderson, Front row: J. Quall Smith, D. Bates, l4 MCPherson, J. Your the Student U. '- ...W -.-1--' ..-,-- . V 95 1 ,.,: V . 5 ' Q3 4 1 . n i I -Q-Q X f 3: w: J. Hutch L. Hake, J , J. Carroll, wrig, C. Phil rs, J. Apple J. Smith, B. s, S. Thomp ', C. McFad one, M. Ad l l I l l l l l l l l l i l 1 l i l l l l l ! l l l l i i CANTERBURY CLUB During the yeor, under the leadership of , Linda Smith, president, this group spon- sored an annual Chow Mein Supper, cof- fee hours for the parish, o field trip to the Episcopal Book Club, and members at- tended the Diocesan and Provincial con- ferences. Serving as vice president was Rick Bullock. Faculty sponsors: Dr. Wil- liam Stoney and Mr. Edward Nass. Standing: E. Noss, J. Bogvilo, C. Mur- dock, R. Bullock. Seated: W. Stoney, Father Moon, W. Byler, A. Williams, M. Anderson, L. Smith, V. Pedigo. RELIGION LlAHONA FELLOWSHIP Tl'1iS group sponsored by the Reorganized Cl'1UfCh of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints sponsor noonday devotions, fellow- ship services, a weekend retreat, and YUVIOUS parties and social functions. Of- ficers are Arnold Walker, president, Way- 'Und DeWitt, vice president, Marilyn Ru- Off, Secretary, and Darlene Oetting, treas- Uffffi Faculty sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. H0ward Baltz. gud! row: D. Fortman, E. McGuire, T. Chefef, G. Lewis, C. Wintermeyer, R. Moloney, R. aoold, c. corfanghom. Third EW? W. DeWitt, K. Tousley, L. Jeffers, S' Smith, M. Carlile, D. Rodmall, J. ARGCKGY, J, Sellers. Second row: J. Lewis, H- Ruoff, B. Gammon, A. Massman, L. FQYS, A. Anderson, D. Oetting, H. Baltz. S'0f1f row: J. Qualls, K. Goss, C. Aki, C. Mmnh, D. Bates, K. Park, D. Bland, L. Cpherson, J. Young. GAMMA DELTA To provide o program of Christian fellow- ship based on Christian knowledge is the aim of Gamma Delta, international asso- ciation of Lutheran students. This year Beta Eto chapter held a backwards party and square dance, entered o float in homecoming, participated in campus Christmas decorations, and attended a regional retreat and convention. Glenn Fisher is president with Norman Meyer, vice president, Gertrude Kishel, secretary, and Richard Meyer, treasurer. Mr. Donald O. Braatz is sponsor. Back row: L. Goldomer, H. Young, N. Meyer L. Lutte, R. Reys, R. Meyer. Third row: G, Fischer, C. Koppelman, G. Eh- monn, J. Rolf, L. Busch. Second row: l. Rolf M. Center, C. Sieaeis, G, Borgmon, l. Bergmeier, B. Wagner. First row: S. Ehrhardt, M. Simmons, J. Morris. UCCF United Christian Campus Fellow- ship is composed of college stu- dents of the Christian, Church of the Brethren, and Presbyterian Churches. This year they sponsored the Christmas Communion service, gave an all school chili supper, par- ticipated in REW and the Christmas decorations contest, conducted so- cial and religious programs with men from Whiteman Air Force Base, attended the state conference in Liberty, Missouri, and held vari- ous social events. President, Dick Thurston, secretary, Donna Oel- klaus, and treasurer, Les Volentine. Directing UCCF is Mrs. T. Godsey and Dr. L. Nahm, Dr. R. Pittman, Dr. R. L. Anders, and Dr. W. Corey are faculty sponsors. Bock row: R. Pittman, R. Frederick, G. Hoffman, L. Valentine, G. Fish- er, R. Manherz, R. Thurston, B. Newman. Third row: L. Gaucher, D. Davidson, J. Driskoll, J. Elling- ton, B. Young, D. Oelklaus, L. Nahm. Second row: S. Hilgedick, M. Whiting, V. Herron, D. Mar- shall, C. Eves, C. Pritchard. First row: M. Groom, M. Lee, N. Jones, A. Neale, M. Hoover. N EWMAN CLU B This group, sponsored by the Catholic Church held a get-acquainted party in September, met weekly through out the year and sponsored social functions qt various times. Robert Hittner served 05 president with Mr. John Heytman as fag. ulty sponsor. Back row: N. McClain, C. Strumph, R, Hittner, E. Hafner, J. Esser, J. Watson, S. Cooper. Third row: J. Haskell, M. CQ. wein, B. Vannamen, V. Volmert, B. Sul. livan, D. Jeffries. Second row: B. Miller, T. Bax, I. Roy, C. Schellman, M. Stremph, D. Kehn. Front row: M. Shehan, T. Gabel, J. Alfaro, R. Becker, G. Merten, L. How. WESLEY FOUNDATION - Meeting each Sunday night, this group spon- sors a fall retreat at El Dorado Springs, takes part in SCA, REW, and in regional, state and national Methodist Student Movement activi- ties, participates in campus Christmas decora- tions and sponsors parties, Christmas caroling and various other Religious and. social activi- ties. President, Harold Thompson, vice presi- dent, Larry Keisker, secretary, Vivian Carlyle! treasurer, Eugene Toepfer. Faculty sponsor, Dr. Perry McCandless. Bock row: E. Toepfer, B. Hampton, L. Keisker, W. Stephens, J. Wahrenbrock, R. Delaney, A. Vopata. Fourth row: R. lnnis, T. Akers, B. L0- Rosen, V. Carlyle, M. Hyatt, P. McCandless. Third row: J. Otto, R. Finklang, J. Hansen, L. Trammell, B. Edwards, P. Sherard, H. Thom- son. Second row: B. Arensmeier, S. Omohun- dro, M. Wallis, M. Rutherford, B. Buck, P- Simmerman, E. Diggs. Front row: W. Wolfe, D. Deckard, M. Rogers, L. Stewart, B. Langen- doerfer, A. Morris. MAN CLUB vnsored by the Catholic get-acquainted party in weekly through out the ored social functions Qt Robert Hittner served qs lr. John Heytmon as fqc- AcClain, C. Strumph, R, ner, J. Esser, J. Watson row: J. Haskell, M. Cof 'nen, V. Volmert, B. Sul- s. Second row: B. Miller, . Schellman, M. Stremph, ow: M. Shehan, T. Gabel, cker, G. Merten, L. How, DU N DATION ' night, this group spon- I Dorado Springs, takes 1 in regional, state and ldent Movement activi- npus Christmas decora- ries, Christmas caroling gious and. social activi- Thompson, vice presi- cretary, Vivian Carlyle? apfer. Faculty sponsor, 3. Hampton, L. Keiskef, znbrock, R. Delaney, A- lnnis, T. Akers, B. L0- Hyatt, P. McCandless. Finklang, J. Hansen, l-- . P. Sherard, H. Thom- trensmeier, S. Omohun- utherford, B. Buck, P- Front row: W. Wolfe, , L. Stewart, B. Langefl' i XX N , 'f- . A .- f., 'M- 'X x ' . ' lv Q ' A X 1 . 'ng 'i Nwv'f'Qj-7-gp., 5 'VK i X. :Q-,.-1 , .L t ' . 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I1 I. ? Q69 j We ' N' 1 Qszxifl if Back row: C. Pitchard, B. Snider. V. Bell, P. Strider, S. Tempel, D. Davisson, J. Lamar, S.- Harris, M. Dieckman. V. Adams J. Prioeon Fourth row: M. Twitt, M. Lenox, J. Smith, G. Jones, V. Walk, D. Bowen, H. Toben, B. Hayes, V. Martin. Third row: -L. Leonard? Di Richcreek, D. Records, N. Thomson, S. Hughes, K. Henry, J. Potts, K. Sachs, G. Hayes. Second row: A. Schultz, J. Gibson, D Reed, J. Frasure, G. Duren, J. Gudde, S. King, J. Aubuchon, E. Lowrey, J. Jutten. Front row: B. Davidson, A. Campbell, J. Thoeni, B.. Calla- han, D. Frogge, B. Pemberton, C. Bindi. Homecoming float in the form of a rocket with the motto, "We'll blast 'eml," blasted the Alpha's year oft. Next stop was the Acacia Pajama Festival where Jean Thoeni was crowned queen. Stops then had little distance between them as Donna Richcreek was ap- pointed Student Center Chairman and. Dorothy Davisson was elect- ed "Miss School Spirit." , Funds 'for their annual philanthropic project, Children's Mercy Hospital, consisted of date book sales, work days, and their annual all-school "Soc--Hop." Winter term saw "Western Roundup" rush theme and introduced "Senorita" Jean Thoeni as candidate tor popular girl. The next major landing was the Sweetheart Formal where little red and white men called cupids were found. Jean Prigeon was named Alpha Sweetheart. Parents Day Tea and intramural sports rounded out the Alpha trip. Virginia Bell, Sondra Kiser, and Pat Strider were chosen for Who's Who from the women at Alpha Sigma Alpha. Leading the Zeta Zeta Chapter for l958-59'were Pat Strider, presi- dent, Virginia Bell, vice president, Jo Gibson, secretary, Doris Records, treasurer, and Donna Richcreek, rush chairman. Sponsors are Miss Jessie Jutten and Miss Louise Leonard. Dorot favor Di jams, J. Prigeon : L. Leonard, D. Gibson, D. Reed, Thoeni, B. Calla ALPHA'S ACTIVITIES "We'II Blast' to Victory - ASA homecoming float. Dorothy Davisson gives her date his favor at the Sweetheart Formal. Did Santa Claus come? Winter rush party - "Western Roundup l lf 5 ll lt tl ll' l lx 4 r i .1 il! lit il ll 'ls ll i H5 . 21? .f ,l l A 4 3 3 . r . Z 'J WM 3 is 1 1. Etta ,.:' t j h , . l ": .fr DELTA ZETA ff, l l Q ' E X J I t ff' A ' Qprsnvl- . Back row: B Vanneman J Ragland J Clarke M Cawein C Oltman L Blackwell C Boeschen S Brush M Kro e J - ,- ,- ,- ,- ,- ,. ,- ,- Q,-BUUWS. l Third row: M. Whiting, J. Coyle, N. Windsor, J. Goldsmith, L. Cull, C. Kelly, M. Rion, A. Raber, B. Baldwin. Second row: P. Snyder, M. Goodman, A, Neale-,.C. Stabenow, F. Dewiljes, J. Batchelor, J. Douglas, P. Bruce, C. Koester. Front row: A. J. Priefert, M. Hyatt, M. B k S. D ' ec , awdy, E. Brooks, J. Walker, D. Galloway, T. Murphy, B. White. Bongo drums and bermudas started the year for the Deltas, as they sponsored the annual Delta Drumbeat all school dance. Next came homecoming, with DZ candidate Linda Haynes named as home- coming princess, and the float, "Yankee Clipper," sailing under the Delta flag. Winter term rush built around the theme, "Delta Airlines," added thirteentpledges to the chapter. A similar theme was carried out in the popular girl campaign with Sherrill Brush as candidate from DZ. Jo Ann Coyle was the Delta representative for RHETOR roy- alty. A February weekend found the women of DZ off on a retreat at Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Rounding out the years social activi- ties were the annual formal dance, a steak-fry, the birthday ban- quet, and a Parent's Day tea. Conducting mum sales at homecoming and operating a concession stand were some of the'ways funds were raised to continue the sponsorship of a foreign student scholarship. A Christmas party for underprivileged children, sponsoring Greek Song Fete, and awarding a service plaque at Honors Convocation were other Delta Zeta projects. On the roll of DZ honors was Mary Cawein who served as Penhel- lenic president. Officers for the Epsilon Gamma Chapter included president, Sher- rill Brush, first vice president, Nancy Windsor, second vice presi- dent, Martie Goodman, recording secretary, Jo Ann Coyle, cor- responding secretary, A. J. Priefert, treasurer, Paula Bruce, his- torian, Judy Ragland. 1 2 ' .... 'Q' ,ir 5' l Winter rust by way of " I R, i roge, J. Burns. row: P. Snyder, zfert, M. Hyatt DELTA'S ACTIVITIES Deltos work on their homecoming floot. IAMIE Winter rushees go on on imaginary plone flight by WOy of "Delta Airlines." . V, , ,.,, ,,i- , . f WH-.f A SfOp-Over in I-Iowoii DELTA ZETA USA Three DZ "stewordesses." lj PI' KAPPA SIGMA N! Back row M Lass A Williams, C. Houston, K. Strode, M. Elliott, G. Hill, S. Hilgedick, B. Mills, J. Raschke, B. Porter. Fourth row: C Parsons J Sharp B Mills, D. Gerow, S. Moore, P. Bates, J. Hinote, S. Hughes, Y. Strode, N. Bass. Third row: J. Correll, K. Rich- ardson J Fisher J Cook, C. Long, S. Todd, J. Weir, N. Otto, E. Engle. Second row: J. Duncan, G. Acker, R. Rohovit, G. Downs, P Murphy M Ellis S Williams, J. Shafer. Front row: S. Walker, M. Rose, S. Hyer, F. Dyer, S. Smith, N. Jones. Lambda chapter of Pi Kappa Sigma had a very busy year during i958-59, a large portion of it spent in carrying off honors. First came the homecoming float, "Showboat," and Pi Kap's "Southern Belle," Yvonne .Strode reigning over the festivities as Homecoming Queen. The annual fashion show portraying homecoming fashions brought in funds for the PKS philanthropic project, the Joan Hubbel Memorial Fund. Another project was a party given at Christmas for cerebral palsied children. Winter rush theme, "Backstage," found sixteen women joining the Pi Kappa Sigma cast. February brought the title of Best Dressed Girl to Mary Anderson of PKS and Jessie Lindaman was elected Popular Girl with the campaign theme of "Alice ln Wonderland." Parents Day Tea, Senior Farewell Banquet, Greek Song Fete, Rhetor Queen Campaign, a chili supper, and the spring formal, "Rhapsody ln Blue," were other activities included in the Pi Kap year. Chosen for Who's Who were Sonja Hughes and Jennie Cook. Leading the women of Pi Kappa Sigma were Shirley Moore, president, Yvonne Strode, vice president, Jennie Cook, secretary, Jessie Linda- man, corresponding secretary, and Sally Smith, treasurer. Sponsors are Mrs. Mildred Lass and Miss Elizabeth Engle. L W ' ff PI KAP'S ACTIVITIES er. Fourth row. forrell, K. Rich- D 'f, G. D , . . . VI Owns Nancy Pickett, Yvonne Strode, Sandy Williams, and Mary Anderson model at rne annual Pi Kap Fashion Show. Winter rush party- "Backstage," I Pi Kap Bake Sale A -3: li Q f 'EQ 1 MW SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA ' I . A J . . e me Bock row: J. Parrott, S. Stweart, J. Caulk, J. Hackott, S. Littlefield, R. Johnson, B. Schumoker, M. Salisbury, L. Armstrong, B. Marker, C. Shotwell, D. Harlan. Fourth row: M. Sterne, R. Taggart, B. Curtis, D. Wood, G. Mead, S. Etter, C. WISE, K- . Schellhardt, W. Kimble, J. Linder, J. Doyle. Third row: A. Gregg, R. Wilson, J. Fogerson, M. Sexton, J. Harris, D. Budd, C. Howard, S. Sharpe, N. Hobson, S. Christopher. Second row: A, Stewart, J. Hutchings, J. Chrisman, P. Selover, C. Hensel, N. Fuller, C. Clark, P. Hensley, E. Runyon. First row: L. Eckart, M. Toel, B. Bowman, L. Kirby, K. Satterwhite, S. Porter, P. Jones, M. Stowe. l38 Totem poles, theatrical stars, hamburgers, and an Oriental night club helped round out the Tri Sigma year. "Tops on the Totem" met the alums returning for homecom- ing as the theme for the Tri Sigma house decorations. Pat Jones was the Indian Princess homecoming queen candidate. November meant time for the annual Robbie Page Carnival, the Sigma's philanthropic project. Winter term brought the money making "Hamburger Fry," introduced Mary Sexton, "theatrical star," as candidate for popu- lar girl, and the winter rush theme, "Oriental Night Club," found seventeen women pledging Sigma Sigma Sigma. The annual party for under-privileged children was given during the Christmas sea- son. Spring formal, Rhetor queen campaign, Parents Tea, Found- ers Day Banquet, and the annual Senior Party brought the year to a close for the Nu chapter. Chosen for Who's Who were Dolores Harlan and Elizabeth Sterne. Officers for the year included Dolores Harlan, president, Carol Hensel, vice president, Barbara Marker, corresponding sec- retary, Berlene Curtis, treasurer, and Norma Fuller, keeper of the grades. Sponsors are Mrs. Stella Christopher and Mrs. Evelyn Run- yon. Hon cess, SIGMA'S ACTIVITIES J. Budd, C. ' " Armstrong, Q VVEe, K. HenseL N. r, P. Jones, Homecoming compolgn for Indian Prin- cess," Pot Jones. Tri Sigs on o picnic. Pot Jones, "Tri Sigs' choice for Queen". ' ,,,V, WM? 'mf' ' W: V Winter rush porty - "Teo House of Sig- mo Tri". WM TH ETA SIGMA UPSILON Back row: R. Aytes, D. Smith, B. Young, D. Oelklaus, L. Trail, R. Alexander, N. Grisham, D. Owens. Third row: S. Nelson, J. Hopkins, M. Snavely, B. Shaw, L. Fink, J. George, N. Tubbesing. Second row: M. Lesher, L. Smith, B. Noakes, R. Kasper, O. Glispey, C. Titus. Front row: J. Curran, A. Hanning, J. Goodbrake, H. Krull, J. Brown, R. Graham. "Wheels to,Progress" introduced Marge Wheeler, Theta home- coming queen candidate, and started the progress of the l958-59 Nu Chapter. ' Parents Day tea and intramurals were the next activities under- taken by the women in pink and greyf One bright October day found Finley's Conoco Station just a little unrecognizable. Theta "mechanics" were selling tires, filling up cars with gasoline, putting in anti-freeze, washing cars, and selling candied apples. This was one of their money making projects. Then came the Theta project of transforming the Social Hall, USA, into a night club, Mexico, complete with pinata, for their all school dance, "Night In Monterrey." Winter rush to the theme of "Mardi Gras" added eight pledges to the CMS chapter of Theta Sigma Upsilon. Then "TV star," Ar- leen Hanning, represented Theta in the popular girl contest. Completing the year were the spring formal, Greek Song Fete, and RHETOR queen campaign. Officers for the year were: Oraleen Glispey, president, Arleen Hanning, first vice presidentg Jane Goodbrake, second vice presi- dent, Ruby Aytes, secretary, and Rebecca Graham, treasurer. l Theta's pinned. TH ETA'S ACTIVITIES I row: Smith, Prown, I "Mechanical" Thefos run o service station. .1 M, Theto's, Arlene Honning, gets 1 pinned. 5 E ' :Ii V J VV L , 'V J 1 ni I i iii' I ' iiii H n . . ,Q 5 :I ,I PGH rush pc-rw! Roofing wen- f i I i f Jia TIGSH .,.1f 1,..- ., I Theres campaign. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL , Panhellenic Council, composed of two representatives from eoch sorority, strives to create and maintain o close relation- ship among the sorority groups and to maintain a high plane of sorority life within the college. President, Mary Cawein, vice president, Arleen Hanning, secretary, Mary Sexton, corresponding secretary, Virginia Bell, treasurer, Lou Gehrs, toculty sponsor, D, Grider. Standing: A. l-lanning, J. Lindamen. Seated: A. Raber, D. Oelklaus, J. Lamar, V. Bell, M. Cawein, B. Baldwin, N. Otto. Rushee Mike INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL lnter-Fraterni sor, Mr. Phill The Inter-Fraternity Council is cornposea or rnree represen- tatives from each social fraternity on the campus. The group sponsors Greek Week and the Male Convocation. The pur- pose of the council is to better relations between fraternities on this campus. President, Ed Grace, vice president, Jim Wiley, secretary, Bob Talley, treasurer, Roy Beers, reporter, Joe Murphy, sponsors, Dr. Sam Hewitt and Mr. Phillip Worden. Standing: J. Swearingen, G. Fischer, J. Shafer, J. White, E. Grace, D. Grainger, M. Dye, R. Beers, J. Wiley. Seated: P. Worden, S. l-lewitt, R. Nadler, B. Talley, J. Murphy, L. Bun- lin. Fraternity preferential night. Ju Gehrsg Zaber, D. N. Otto. lr. Phillip White, E. Seated: P. y, L. Bun- Rushee Mike Schafer confers with Inter-Fraternity council co-spon- sor, Mr. Phillip Worden. Future Pledge Mike Schafer re ceives his bid from Mr. Warden INTER-GREEK ACTIVITIES A Acacia Pajama Festival Kappa meal service Kappa Spaghetti Supper Judy Burns, DZ, and Mary Sexton, SSS, combine talents for the AKL rush party. Tekes, Mick Ralph Lewis, A I ii l sa- , I' 1ry Sexton, SSS, RKL rush party. INTER-GREEK ACTIVITIES "Alphabets," Jo Gibson, Judy Frasure, Judy Lamar, Pat Strider, and Nancy Thompson, carol. Tekes, Mickey Gerringer and Ralph Lewis, at the house. " Lf VIVA K 4 iffiiil bg y Z Delta Zeta rush party. Tri Sig carnival, Kay Satterwhife and Mary Sexton. l45 OCC rv l.n.s.:... GX ACACIA FRATERNITY fn AW' Back row: K. Parks, B. Schumaker, H. Hodges, L. Collins, L. Valentine, L. Judson, T. Seavey, B. Hodges, F. Gray, R. Goold, G. Clause Third row: D. Grainger, l. Newham, A. Warner, B. Dahlsten, D. LaRue, D. Kelley, J. Warner, R. Beers, W. Graff, D. Dryer, R. Conn. Second row: R Pittmanj N. Harris H, Cggkp D lane A. Vas 'B nnon ai h r J. E war L. Dorrance. Front r w: J , y .s. ev,J.O o, ,W.G te, d ds, 0 - Martin, W. Martin, K. Olive, R. Caskey, N. Nash, L. Graham, K. Renfrew, J. Scott 146 Sponsoring the second annual Acacia Pajama Festival started otf the year for the men at 208 E, Clark. Dancing, foot races, and greased pig contests were the order of the evening. Following homecoming competition came the Inter-Fraternity Acacia Boxing Carnival. Ken Olive represented Acacia in the UMOC campaign and Roy Beers in the popular boy campaign. Other activities ot the tirst halt of the year included sorority exchange parties and various other social func- tions. - - Caroling at the women's residence hall's and area nursing homes ushered in the Christmas season tor the men in black and gold. First place in overall house decorations was awarded to the Acacia chapter for their "Mexico" theme depicting the general theme at "Christmas Around the World" in the Christmas decorations contest. i959 brought the Mona Lisa Pizza Inn to Warrensburg by way ot the Acacias. For tour days the fraternity house was turned into a Pizza Inn and orders were tilled for all town residents. Winter rush was held to the theme of "Greek Games" with ten men pledging Acacia. The year was brought to a close spring term with SGA cam- paign, Founders Day Banquet, Song Fete, and "Night on the Nile" formal. Chosen tor Who's Who from Acacia was Paul Hines. Roy Beers was elected Junior class president. Leaders for the year were Venerable Dean, Roy Beers, secretary, Hil- ton Hodges, treasurer, Donald Jones, Senior dean, David Kelley, Junior dean, Dick Morse. Sponsors are Mr. Clarence Pierce and Dr. Riley Pittman. F WHB's B Pajama F . Goold, G. Clouse D. Dryer, R. Conn. ince. Front row: J. WHB's Bob Robbins presides over the Acocio Pojomo Festivol. ACACIA'S ACTIVITIES Winter term pledges meet with octives preferential night . , .,'f"55?'S?.j"' ,, Al Acocio formol - "Night on the Nile". I47 1, L: . - L .i , ALPHA KAPPA- LAMBDA FRATERNITY LA W l A 0 lil lr . ff X 117 , . -f ' Qi ff L 37 Back row: R. Thurston, D. McKinley, S. Hartman, G. Comstock, K. Cash, K. Brownfield, R. Browning, J. Cash, M. Dennis, G. Spauld- ing, M. Dye. Third row: R. Talley, C. Pieper, W. Dye, J. Shafer, E. Butts, G. Myers, J. Sellers, H. Sulzberger, H. Elliott, K. Bauer. Second row: R. Newman, H. Brady, B. Myers, R. White, F. Winckler, D. Allen, D. Hoeppner, P. Sherard, N. Behle. Front row: D. Daniels, L. Hutchinson, E. Martin, D. Hughes, G. Gover, C. Roe, M. Searfoss. Among the highlights of the CMS year was the Alpha Kappa Lambda performance of "Something To Bark About." The produc- tion, written by James Cash, a member of the fraternity was a satire on CMS and the community of Warrensburg. This was the first the- atrical production given by the men of AKL. Homecoming found the Wright brothers plane in the middle of the.AKL yard at 5l3 S. Holden with the motto, "And they said it couldn't be done." Their float depicted Alaska and the "Goal Rush." Entertaining sororities, having Saturday night coke and dancing parties, hayrides and picnics, working on LJMOC, Popular Boy, and SGA campaigns, and playing in intramural sports kept the AKLs busy. Their house Christmas decorations with the theme, "Christmas In Bethlehem," brought them first place honors in the social division. The men of Alpha Kappa Lambda greeted spring with new jack- ets of purple and gold and with the help of "Mom" Searfoss planned spring parties and social activities. Highlights of spring term for the Sigma chapter were the spring formal and Founders Day. Chosen from AKL for Who's Who was Bob Browning who served as vice president of the Executive Council winter term. Don McKin- ley served as Executive Council vice president spring term after being assembly chairman winter term. The i958-59 officers for Alpha Kappa Lambda were Robert Talley, president, Jim Shafer, vice president, Dick Thurston, record- ing secretary, and Daryl Allen, corresponding secretary. Sponsors are Dr. James Britton, Dr. Clay Jent, and Mr. Keith Doss. l48 Mother Sea rfoss cl production, "Som Brownfield. AKL'S ACTIVITIES i i TY nnis, G. Spauld- liott, K. Bauer. . Front row: D. Mood Indigo - AKL Formal "Propaganda" - AKL Smoker Mother Searfoss and a refugee from the AKL production, "Something to Bark About," Kevin Brownfield. f 64? First place house decorations in the social division of the Christmas contest. 149 K Bock row L Buntin K. Lawrence, L. Ferguson, F. Freeman, B. King, J. Gattermeir, G. Knoernschild, B. Bates C Gardner H Yoder Fourth row J Swearingen, B. Rayburn, N. Sandbothe, A. Mizany, J. Markham, B. Andrews, J. Guilford, B. Gilbert J Scott Third row M Aytes J Hennon, B. Magers, C. Owens, G. Gilkey, E. Brillault, D. Cook, J. Greer. Second row: R. Oesch E Greenwell E Pryor J Danielson B Soph, B. Hansen, L. Welch. Front row: B. Hash, D. Glass, B. McWhirt, J. Sims, C. McMurray C Allard Traditional confederate atmosphere reigned throughout the Kappa Sigma Kappa fraternity year. The start of fall term saw the Kappa Sigma Kappa emblem.proudly gracing its newly purchased fraternity house at,222 E. Gay. The three story house was redecorated during the summer by the fraternity with the aid of house mother, Mrs. Alberta Fox, and was ready for occu- pancy September l. The first all school dance was held in September complete with con- federate decorations and, appropriately, the theme was "Rebel Rouser". Other firsts for the Kappa's fall term included the first place house homecoming decorations with the theme, "The Battle of Bull- dog Run," and the top pledge class of l2 members. November meant time for another tradition of this part of the old south, the annual Kappa Spaghetti Supper. ' S The last part of the year included their spring formal the "Old Plan- tation Ball", Greek Song Fete, completion of intramural sports com- petition, and SGA campaign. Jerry Sims represented the Kappas in the Popular Boy campaign. On the ticket for Kappas in the UMOC campaign was Bob Bates. This, too, is seeming to become traditional for the crowning of Bob marked the eighth straight victory on the Kappa ticket for Ugly Man on Campus. Officers for the first half of the year were president, Louis Buntin, vice president, Lenny Granato, recording secretary, Cal Gardner, treasurer, Bob Soph, assistant treasurer, Bob King, publicity secre- tary, Denny Eidson, corresponding secretary, Bob Hansen, sargeant at arms, Bob Rayburn, alumni secretary, Joe Hennon, historian, Jerry Sims, house manager, J. Gattermeir, and chaplain, John Swearingen. Second half officers included president, Jerry Sims, vice president, Neal Pryor, recording secretary, Dewayne Glass, treasurer, Bob King, and historian, Cal Owens. Faculty sponsors are Mr. Lin Welch and Dr, Randolph Yeager. KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA FRATERNITY IITY dner, H. Yoder. J. Scott. Third E. Greenwell, E. y, C. Allard. KAPPA'S ACTIVITIES Kappa intramural football squad . l ,Il Kappa work crew. ll Jerry Sims serves spaghetti at the annual Kap- DO event. Mules Will Flower - Kappa homecoming float. l5l X Q PHI SIGMA EPSILON FRATERNITY Nl ffnrpa Etlfllo Back row: G. Nichols, D. Edde, B. Blair, N. Amos, D. Brightwell, O. Sayles, L. Kiesker, B. Mateia, L. Lutte, M. Marsh, B. Brock, S. Cooper, G. Pike, M. Smith, D. McMillen. Fifth row: J. Fortney, M. Pate, R. Reys, K. Brookshier, M. Holloway, B. Hampton, D. Scotten, J. Steplen, J. Dahman, D. Keck, E. Grace, J. Murphy S. Fine, D. Hord.. Fourth row: T. Mason, B. Cooper, J, Hostetler, L. Harper, J. Oskouian, J. Elliott, Bl Foley, G. Humo, M. Schafer, W. Thurman, E. Childs, B. Omohundro. Third row: L. Decker, R. Moorman, D. Pibel. D. Cohick, M. Hanna, K. Allen, B. Dillon. D. Thomson, J. Morie, B. Bunting, E. Waqoner. Second row: D. Scott, G. Borcherding, B. Wilson, R. Garlich, J. Cowherd, W. Brown, B. Davis, R. Ellingson, J. Minthorn, L. I'evis. Front row: J. Day, B. Perry, M. Hayslip, F. Woodfill, B. Inhow, W. Katz, L. Renfrow, L. Dobson, T. Herrick The men of Phi Sigma Epsilon started oft fall term with an open house at 500 South Holden, following, this came Phi Sig's parent's day picnic. . A ship with the motto, "Victory--our cup ot, tea," brought the first place trophy for homecoming window decorations to the men in cardi- nal red and silver. Then came the annual steak try at Knob Noster. The Dick White Memorial Dance, proceeds of which go to the cancer fund, was held in October. Christmas found the men of PSE carrying on their annual Christmas tree sales, giving parties, and caroling. The winter formal, UMOC, and popular boy campaigns brought the busy second term to an end atter the rush theme of 'iGerman Beer Garden" brought in twenty- three new pledges for the highest number of pledges on campus. Spring brought the 25th annual production of Blackouts, Greek Song Fete, SGA campaigns, and the senior picnic. Activities were culmi- nated with a weekend outing on Lake of the Ozarks. Carrying the local banner tor the Phi Sigs were Ed Grace, elected popular boy, Lloyd Decker, RHETOR editor, Bob Dillon, editor ot THE STUDENT for the past year, and Kenny Allen who took over editor- ship in December, and Dick Thompson, Sophomore class president, Chosen for Who's Who was Ed Grace. Officers serving the lota chapter included Ed Grace, president, Morris Smith, vice president, Kenneth Allen, secretary, Lloyd Decker, treas- urer, Bob Dillon, corresponding secretary, and Joe Murphy, historian. 152 Sponsors are Mr. Clarence Whiteman and Mr. Hugh Williams. i 1 I! 4 The mei PHI SIG'S ACTIVITIES Y The men of Phi Sigma Epsilon serenode "Mom", Kelley. Phi Sigs build ci-potio in their back ycird. rsh, B. Brock, Hornpton, D. . I-Iostetler, L. L. Decker, R. . row: D. Scott, w: J. Doy, B. WWJKKW 'WZWMMK' Senior Picnic. President, Ed Groce, greets winter term pledges. I53 ,- . 6 O. -,, , on sgsx 1. 4vj."'.r - Qiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillll jf? SIGMA TAU GAMMA FRATERNITY Back row: D. Miller, L. Shepard, J. Leach, E. Murray, D. Dial, R. Nadler, C. Klaus, J. Kronhart, W. Hann, D. Curnett, C. Powers R. Meyers. Fourth row: J. Bockelman, L. Shaver, J. Counts, L. Casady, G. Soph, A. Lloyd, R. Brown, W. Hart, A. Disney, P. Denton H. Khalili. Third row: J. Wiley, H. Wagner, L. Reynolds, J..Beckham, A. Kent, D. Bryant, C. Beach, J. Neidig, B. Campbell, G Toepfer, D. Morris. Second row: B. Moore, G. Plowman, G. Toler, R. Cornell, D. Hensley, F. Long, F. DeMayo, P. Small, T. Goring G. Schnort. Front row: J. Eidson, G. Fisher, M. Finke, R. Lara, J. Morikari, M. Fairman, B. Kreeger, G. Holt, B. Suse. Winning the lnter-Fraternity scholarship cup for the third year straight last spring did not confine the Taus to their books. Carry- ing away the first place homecoming trophy for their float, a large bell with the motto, "Sigma Tau Gamma tolls Bulldog Ruin," start- ed off the Sig Tau year with a bang. Then came the annual Har- vest Dance. Ron Nadler represented the Alpha Chapter of Sigma Tau Gammo in the UMOC campaign. Gene Toler was their popular boy candidate and other activities included SGA campaign, sorority exchange parties, Song Fete, intramural sports, the alumni dinner, and the traditional White Rose Formal. Winter rush to the theme of "Riot in Cell Block Nine" brought in twenty-one pledges. Sig Tau Showtime presented the play, "A Sound of Hunting," written by member Harry Brown. From the roll of Sigma Tau Gamma, Alex Bartlett and Donald Fer- guson were chosen for Who's Who. Alex Bartlett also served as vice president of the executive council fall term. Leading the busy men in blue and white were Donald Ferguson, president, Ben Campbell, vice president, Ron Nadler, treasurer, and Lyle Dusenberg, house manager, faculty sponsors, Dr. Sam Hewitt, Dr. J. P, Morris, and Mr. Ammon Roberson. att, C. Powers, iey, P. Denton, Campbell, G. mall, T. Goring, SIG TAU'S ACTIVITIES The Sig Tau White Rose Formal. Convenient offer dinner snack - A Smoker? Sig Tous bone up on latest campus events. 155 Bock row J Lem ry F. Clark, C. Kimball, T. Kunz, J. McCoy, L. Bradshaw, B. Stoneman, M. Standley, R. Brunson J l-lallemar Fourth row J White D. Schlup,,E. Villines, J. Williams, K. Arey, B. Gieringer, G. Kirchhofer, J. Brewer, S Toomey Third row H Hyte E Mativi J Boyce, L..Roasa, H. Watstell, L. Leslie, P. Gier, J. Holder. Second row: A. Pambechy, D Radmall H Palmer F Oshel l lvey J Reece, P. Whitney. Front row: J. Haney, M. Gieringer, J. Dunnaway, J. Self, B. Holt, L Owens Members of the Teke order belong to the third largest social fra- ternity in the nation. The Delta Lambda Chapter on CMS campus was founded in i954 and has been active in campus events since that time. Homecoming competition was followed by winning the football intra- mural championship to start the years activities. During basketball season the idea of running a torch to the Springfield game originated with the men of TKE. This event was carried out under the sponsor- ship of the Inter-Fraternity Council. Participating in UMOC, popular boy, and SGA campaigns, painting, and putting a new roof on their house at -305 S. Holden, holding sor- ority exchange parties, and giving their annual Red Carnation Ball rounded out the year for the men in cherry and gray. f Gfficers for the year included John White, president, Don Schlup, vice president, Jerry Haney, secretary, James Waller, treasurer, and Fred Oshel, pledge master. Sponsors are Mr. Robert Goetz and Mr. Robert Rogan. TAU KAPPA EPSILON FRATERNITY an J. Hcllemor 'ney. Third row moll H. Palmer TEKE S ACTIVITIES TKE sponsors housemother ond post president TKE mformol po rty Playmg for the TKE formol the Red Cornotnon cn TKE smoker ' CONVOCATIONS HAL HOLBROOK, tamed monologist, re- Hendricks Hall at l0:00 a.m. is the time and place for convocations. These programs range from educa- tional lectures, to musical variety shows. Dramatics, programs by CMS organizations, well known personali- ties, and campus campaigns are all at least partially introduced to the campus by convocations. turned to CMS campus tor the second year. Known for his portrayal of Mark Twain, it has been said that he "looks, acts, and talks more like Mark Twain than Mark Twain." Ready to present his program of humorous anecdotes, Holbrook talks with Dr. Grief. LLORD'S PUPPETS "INTERNATIONAL", regarded as "the most expensive and lavish revue of its kind touring the world today presented a musical variety show which hCJS been called the "Folies Bergere of Marionettes." The show, operated by one person, Daniel Llords, added lavish speCiOl effects and costumes, plus an unusually large twelve fOOT stage to the traditional puppet show. GUY CARAWAN, well-known balladeer pre- sented a program of folk songs including blues, spirituals, hoe downs, childrens songs, work and play songs, and old ballads. He ac- companied himself by playing 'guitar and banjo. OO a.m. is the convocations. e from educa- iusical variety grams by CMS own personali- ipaigns are all oduced to the uns. gy ' .if 2 regarded as "the kind touring The ' show which has iettes." The shpw, ded lavish specicll large twelve fOOf Charles Coburn fs' wigwlli 1 After 4l. years, Charles Coburn, well-known entertainer, returned to CMS where he once had presented Shakespearean plays. During the early part at the century this Academy Award winning actor appeared in many the- atrical productions here. ln' l9l7 the outdoor theatre, east of Dockery,'was constructed for one of these plays. Mr. Coburn, with his cigar and monocle trademark, warmed the hearts of all students with his reminiscences at bygone days. HALLOWEEN DANCE CHRISTMAS FORMAL Christmas Formal Six of the "characters" at the Hal Ioween Masquerade The Ed Grace dance band gives Santa a send off. Bob Omohurmdro, to dunk or to be dunked that's the question? BOB BATES '59 UMOC Kappa Sigma Kappa WWW4'27f'LEWGWWWf'72Www'25'41YfwWf':'fiizwff 4mMg4W5W,.W T ,4Wwf4wfm4f2g WA if ,Zf,.,1ff.w3:-WL. Av- V 4,,f,,.,,f.,,f.,,,v,. 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Yvonne is crowned Homecoming Queen by Frank Freeman, Football Co-captain. 167 HOMECOMING Sigma Tau Gamma First Place Float' Industrial Arts Club Second Place Float Kappa Sigma Kappa First Place House Decoration Phi Sigma Epsilon First Place Window Decoration f QQ, District high school bands form huge "76" at half time of the homecoming game. wifi' Aggiifjiff f, I ,, ,f Ji, , , +.f,,Jk'i . X X N ' CNS-"1 YQ, SQ S E F C Two men Rangel c Eversole ing follo vice pres S.G.A. ACTIVITIES l S.G.A. president, Boyd Eversole, and S.G.A. special activities chairman, Paul Hines, make plans with Warren Cov- ington, leader of the Tommy Dorsey band. :Jration h school bands 117611 of e homecoming Two members of Student Court, Alex Rangel and Bill Holt, talk with Boyd Eversole and Bob Browning. Brown- ing followed Alex Bartlett as S.GLA. vice president winter term. Student Government president, Boyd Eversole, is sworn in to office by Don Ferguson, a member of the Student Court. Don McKinley, who succeeded Bob Browning as S.G.A. vice president spring term, confers with the holders of two offices, which are part of the executive council for the first time this year. They are National Student Association Co-ordinator, Jessie Lindaman,,and editor of Tl-IE STUDENT, Kenneth Allen. fi The ofV5 I'1ClIT1 4 Homecof Ed Groo committf during if EEN sident, 1958 H, AMW,-fnsaiin ., TOMMY DORSEY BAN D The Tommy Dorsey bond, under the direction of Worren Covington, ploys for the first CMS norne bond' foil donce. I so I i Homecoming queen, Yvonne Strodeg populor boy i--- Mau... Are you sure tl'1ot's the "Teo for Two Cho Chou? Ed Groceg ond Poul Hines, SGA Special Activities Committee cnoirmon, tolk to Worren Covington during intermission . . . A concert well received. CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES l The Yeater-Todd Glee Club leads in the traditional Christmas Hanging at the Greens pro- gram. Myrna Geary, Janice Urich, and Carolyn Asman decorate Todd Hall lounge tor the Christmas season. Jim Self, Eugene Butts, and Bill Rumsey work on decorations in the men's dorms. 1 England is portrayed by Richards Hall decora- tions helping to depict the overall theme, "Christmas Around the World." Winning first place in the Christmas decoration contest waS this entry by the men ot Acacia. ' , ff' f I X I ,x if' if N I , Y-K i t , - , I fy X 5 , 'A . f 4, 1 A f f 4 I 4, ' ff' 1. ' f .,. ,V 4 Q5 'V9 ' f ,H ' it lf? ,ily l il ' vrl xg! VIE 1 l X 5 ,KA G 1 X Q 1 'I , : Q I 1 1 i i f 'JV in .A - 7 ,ffl ' I, , A! K 1 ,d Jmsey s 3 L f I 'ns " 1 , 0 I , f N 1 Jntesf WGS I 4 'B " 1 W is -A1 I x i ff b 1 x ,.Ef"f ' r, I X I 4 . 1 R ff ff-5-.1 . X' 0' , ff f f ff- f K N- ..AA V' A lb x .. X. . -N 4' NL" . H . si., 1-: N4-gs-.:,.,: , ' v 'WW , Mi,,,ifi - ,,f '72 nil.: CHEERLEADERS Bock row: Jean Potts, Bob-Davis, Janice Gudde, Carol Eyes. Front row: Jim Self, Mary Sexton, Nancy Thompson, Glenna Downs, Cliff Crenshaw, Bob Davis, Glenna Downs, and Jean Potts lead the CMS cheering section at the Rolla basketball game. 174 ,Mm '1 MR. AND MISS SCHOOL SPIRIT Mr. and Miss School Spirit, Alex Rangel and Dorothy Davisson, chosen by SGA as examples of outstanding leadership in promoting and backing school activities. Paul Richarc heave the jav 1, Q . , I. I 'I fizgfx "ff , . ' !,.,,:. 4 f 4' " . Wiifzf.-, Q yx if 44 ,Mig C ng. x 521,-f .E I ig: S fig fgzscxg ,RA - gay. :Vi I nl ellis ,, 1 Sill ,,f3g,,t , Q . ss 1 i :tv E- ii " H 25 Y ,l.. TRACK TEAM The l958 track season was a very dramatic one in that it progressed steadily toward a climax at the end. This climax came in the form of a second place team effort in the conference out- door meet. lt was a team victory but several individuals were prominent: Joe Beckham cap- tured the blue ribbon in the 220 yard dash and placed second in the lOO yard dash, Bob Irvin brought home a first place in the shot put and finished second in the discus throw, and Randy Conklin placed third in the finals of the low hurdles, in doing so he set a new school record. The track squad was coached and tutored by Mr. Sherrer and was co-captained by "Robbie" Robinson and Paul Sheridan, all of whom helped in bringing the Mules a successful season on the cinders. Back row: D. Street, E. l-luff, M. Reese, K Sternberg, T. Seavy, R. Moffit, J, Warner. Sec- ond row: B. Moorman, P. Collier, T. Winning- ham, B. Petrie, J. Jay, A. Salmon, P. Owsley, R. Woods, M. Milow. Front row: Coach Sherrer, T. Anderson, R. Hlttner, R. Conklin, R. Robin- son, P, Richardson, J. Roberts, G. Toepfer, J Beckham, R. Harvey. Paul Richardson prepares TO heave the javelin. V Teamwork produces the best results. SPIRIT lex Rangel by SGA as idership in l activities. Which expression is that of a winner? 175 ' FOOTBALL Bock row: L. Jeter, Coach Yinger, R. Hittner, Coach Tremble, R Andrews, D. Bruns, R. Davies, E. Fredericks, B. Kauffman, F. Free- man, T. Norris, N. Patrick, R. Agar, Coach Keth, L. LaClair, Coach Rees, B. Eddie, Coach Hensley, T. Beebe. Fifth row: D Keck, M. Sexton, C. Stevens, R. Hawthorne, L. Foster, J. Keeton R. Woods, N. Mayberry, R. Thoman, R. White. Fourth row: J Craft, P. Black, R. Piskulich, M. Noland, J. Dohman, T. 'Kunz Under the tutelage of Coach Hal Yinger, the War- rensburg, eleven compiled a record of two wins, six losses, and one tie. This record seems more impres- sive in that the Mule squad faced a schedule includ- ing three of last years small college national pow- ers. The Mules fared very well in these contests, in that they beat Morningside of Iowa, always a power in the Midwest, 26-l3, and tied Pittsburg, rated number one nationally among small colleges last year, l9-19. Individual leaders on the team were: Norman Pat- rick who carried 88 times for a 4.6 yard average, Ed Fredericks who completed 4l of l i5 passes for 645 yards, and three touchdowns, and Donald Bruns who gathered in 9 passes for 22l yards and 3 T.D.'s Two new members were added to the CMS Athletic staff this year. They are Dr. Glenn Gerdes and Coach Neal Tremble. l76 R. Sole, B. Porter, R. Moffett, F. Lewis, B. Conn, B. Knight. Third row: D. Beattie, J. Reece, P. Whitney, O. Sayles, J. Mylar, H. Hal ter, H. Henry, C. Edwards, R. Harvey, W. Katz, B. Johnson, B Dawson. Second row: C. Nottle, D. Reynolds, E. Huff, T. Goring G. George, D. Bullock, C. Douglas, J. Boyce, B. Gieringer, M Davis. Front row: R. Moore, J. Summers, P. Collier, B. Fyffe, J Williams, V. Nottle, N. Suse, B. Rice. CMS Opponents , 26 Morningside l3 W O Emporia 25lf 9 Pittsburg l9f O Lincoln 4l lf l4 Rolla 269 l3 Kirksville 32V 26 Maryville 6l'tl l4 Springfield l 9 Lf 6 Cape Girardeau 42L- Frank Freem captain of th ceives the I sporfsmonshiy Waldorf, Con er. FOOTBALL Frank Freeman, center and co- captain of the football team, re- ceives tl'1e MIAA conference sportsmanship award from John Waldorf, conference commission- er. "Block that tackle! l Heading Home after a happy ending I79 BASKETBALL "lt's a foul!" shouts Bill Parker in Pittsburg game. Although making a mediocre showing on paper, 7-l4, the Mule quintet was one of the squads in the league which was most feared by the opposing teams. The Mule attack was a bal- anced one in that any of the ball play- ers was capable of hitting from any- where at anytime, and, on many occa- sions, they were seen doing so. Honors for individual scoring went to Paul Thornberry with a l2 point aver- age for all games and Tom Bickham with a ll,23 point average for all games. As in all spectator games, though, the men who support the scor- ing leaders are often overlooked. Giv- ing most of the support to the team this year were Bob lrvin, Lou Sand- bothe, Bill Parker, Ed Strange, Bob Dennis, and Russ Childress. l80 I Ll i 4 CMS 69 57 69 40 54 66 69 54 73 66 80 60 62 61 39 58 67 60 61 74 63 I A OPPONENTS Ottawa 73 Emporia State 67 Ottawa 67 Pittsburg 55 Emporia State 55 Panhandle A.8tM. 56 Ottawa 72 William Jewel 77 Pittsburg 59 Rolla 68 Cape Girardeau 74 Lincoln 82 Kirksville 77 Maryville 49 Kirksville 38 Cape Girardeau 54 Lincoln 78 Springfield 7l Maryville ' W 63 Rolla 76 Springfield 73 Bob Irvin, Senior, Center BASKETBALL Irvin, Senior, Center Mules fight hard to score against Cape Girardeclu F' i A h - -4 4i r 1 1 Paul Thornberry, sophomore, Guard Bill Parker, senior, Forward and Guard Torn Bicklwam, sophomore, - Guard BASKETBALL A-A "Big Bob" goes all the way against Mary- ville. Lou Sandbothe, Junior Center ' U' ' ' Y -V ,..-..,.....,?,....,...-gee.. v,....,...- BASKETBALL ibothe, Junior, :enter Toll Indions spoil Mule ottempt of rebounding! fx, 1 , bi 1 : .4 n ifaifji 'v '- U of . V. , ,. Y L r Russ Childress, sophomore Forward as-2' 1 I V X ,, 'IC ' V Robert Dennis! sopiwonwfe Forword l l i a 1 f 1 1 A l l l 6 I. I l l a Q l l l l . l l a fl l :ly 'l l l 4 l INTRAMURALS "Hikell..2..3. Action develops in intramural game. Intramurals offer keen competition. Team,ma'res jump for the ball. An exf le ball INTRAMURALS The results of o tue boll A perfect return In cr gurl s volleyboll gome An extra point from the free throw lme The gurls ploy to wm too l 1 ,sl l l A f l , 1 l 1 l l BEST DRESSED GIRL Mary Anderson, Pi Kappa Sigma, Best Dressed Girl of i958-59. Standards set for the selection of Best Dressed Girl included good grooming, posture, imagina- tion in managing a clothes budget and a work- able wardrobe. Candidatesbeing interviewed by Kenny Allen, editor of THE STUDENT, dare: Standing: Judy Frasure, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pat Meyer, North Hall, Sandy Nichols, Dol- phins, Pat Stricler, Dee Nicholson, Delta Zeta, Barbara Snyder, Todd Hall, Mary Anderson, Pi Kappa Sigma, Sue King, Houts Hall. Seated: Jessie Lindaman, Alpha Phi Delta, Shirley Hughes, Yeater Hall, Becky Graham, Theta Sig- ma Upsilon, Jolene Doyle, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pat Selover, Jeanine Hutchings, and Jean Thoeni portray some of the latest campus fashions. L 2, if S 'I l I I l 746 I H! v -A i , if , Detour lege of nasium ngs, and 'he latest CORN ERSTONE LAYING ' 'A ' 1 N V . 4 by i i' life E.. .1381 Laying the cornerstone of the new Grinstead Applied Arts and Utt Music buildings. ...us i 1 I A l Detouring mounds and materials precedes the privi- 7 l lege of new class accommodations. The new gym- nasium is seen at the right. Workers fit the cornerstone. :g:Li'N3,5 ii... la!! Q F? 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