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

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QL-Mum.- , ,,,.---.-i -- f v--L'-4 -w A -, ......, the wclrd edwards Iibrory the wilson c. morris science hall X-. ,4 ,,,.- , I I , .HU sf, f f.,-5 1347, 'K .- , "sn, -' ' 'ndnhna' ah.: .4.1...L. ,W V V iw, , 'JW , ihe james r. garrison gymnasium , P 1 U Lili-Virgil, Y i'W"""A "- J,i.s.:i R .. , L .3 1.,.ef,,.vf315f .355 .. Cv., . . l I ?',f....,. .,,.. I After completing 18 years of teaching and acquiring countless close friendships among students and faculty members at CMS, Miss Bertha Daniel, associate professor of English, will move this year to Istanbul, Turkey to teach at the American College for, Girls. Miss Daniel, a native of Osceola, Missouri, received o teaching certificate from Southwest Missouri State at Springfield in 1914, her bacheIor's degree from the University of Missouri in 1916, the master's degree from Washington University, St. Louis, in 1924, and completed additional work at the University of Minnesota. Her teaching career began at Palouse, Washington, in 1916-17, and after that she moved back to Missouri to teach at Joplin High School from 1917 to 1920 and at South- west Missouri State from 1920 to 1927. She then taught in West New York, New Jersey, in 1928, and at lock Haven Pennsylvania State Teachers College from 1927 to 1935. She was educational director of the Womens Trade Union League, New York, 1937-38, directed an NYA resident center in Pennsylvania from 1938 to 1941, and was a USO club director from 1941 to 1944. Miss Daniel will retire at CMS this spring and will leave for her new assignment in Istanbul this summer. dedication i 1 1 E ' -4 ,, , M V - , Q Ag ' ,TJ ,Q gif 1 ., ... ..w : - 4 h J:il2uP!-tl'.4.:rw-':.-1-.mf ded ication Dr Wnlham F Knox professor of educahon wlll retnre thus year after 49 years of servnce nn Mlssourl school work at the close of his 25th year at CMS A very famlllar frgure In the educatnon department on campus and In Warrensburg Dr Knox came to CMS In 1937 servnng as assoclate professor of educatuon and director of public service untll 1956 when he was named professor of educatuon He was born at Wlllard Mlssourl receuved the BS degree at Drury College Spnngfleld nn 1913 the MA at the Unlverslty of Mlssoun un 1921 and the doctorate from the Unlverslty of Mussourl IF 1938 Dr Knox was supenntendent of schools at Muller from 1913 to 1915 and at Lockwood from 1915 to 1918 prnncupal of the Nevada Hugh School from 1918 to 1920 prmcnpal of Unxversxty Hugh School from 1920 to 1920 to 1921 superlntendent of the St Charles publuc schools from 1921 to 1926 and superlntendent of the Jefferson Cnty publlc schools from 1926 to 1937 He ns a past presldent of the Mlssourn State Teachers Assoclatlon and a member of Phu Delta Kappa Dr and Mrs Know reslde at 425 Grover Street ln Warrensburg mu-Q-.'4'-erwc '-W""""""" 'ww US' ,. . msg-tgufbwsf as-A ln a very real way, the RHETOR belongs to each member of the student body and faculty of Central Missouri State Col- lege. Each, through participation in the College program during the past year, has played an important role in making the l962 RHETOR possible. The pictorial record which it presents is a history of the events of the year and the person- alities around whom those events have centered. As time passes, there will be no more comprehensive or authentic record of the year's achievements by the College than ap- pears in this volume of the RHETOR. All will find enioyment from the pages of this book while putting it to its proper use as a reminder of fond memories of life on the campus in l962. lf it is completely successful, it will also serve a good purpose by making more real to everyone the traditions and the philosophy surrounding the Alma Mater as well as encouraging loyalty on the part of students, faculty, and alumni. The year represented by this volume of the RHETOR has seen the College move forward on all fronts. A rapid growth in enrollment has been accompanied by an appropriate expan- sion in faculty and staff and an accompanying growth in physical facilities. Students attending Central Missouri State College during the past year have seen and participated in many "firsts," each of which will take its important place in the history of higher education at the College and in the State of Missouri. All of this is faithfully and artistically re- corded in the RHETOR. The editor and his associates are to be commended for the excellence of their work. Their contribution to the students, faculty, and alumni have, through the i962 RHETOR, been memorialized in the records of Central Missouri State College. Warren C. Lovinger, President bac l Mrs. Sinclai Jefferson C 5' A 'v f H' . L v I - ..-W -and f sg , ,,,, nr, board of regents l l l I AW my v tl l Q lt x xx 4 1 'tgs to each member of tral Missouri State Col- the College program nportant role in making ctorial record which it te year and the person- ave centered. As time :rehensive or authentic y the College than ap- ges of this book while inder of fond memories is completely successful, ly making more real to osophy surrounding the loyalty on the part of of the RHETOR has seen ants. A rapid growth in ' an appropriate expan- ccompanying growth in I Central Missouri State een and participated in ze its important place in the College and in the fully and artistically re- be commended for the ribution to the students, me 1962 RHETOR, been ul Missouri State College. Lovinger, President Mrs. Sinclair S. Gottlieb Harry R. Garrison Joe Herndon ffirman L. Carswell O Ralph Nattmger W L Simpson Hubert Wheeler JGHGYSOD CNY, MISSUUYI WUYYBUSBUYQ, Ml550Ufi RGYt0WI'l, Missouri Harrisonville, Missouri Cllnton Missouri Holden Missouri Commissioner ml fr-2 fx: l Sitting from Left to Right: Leonard Huscher, A. C. Bass, Paul Koontz, Mrs. J. Howard Hart, Charles Calvird, Max Christopher, William Kemp, and R. Lee Cooper. Standing frorr Left to Right: James C. Kirkpatrick, Earl T. Crawford, Harry R. Garrison, Ralph Nattinger Mrs. Sinclair S. Gottlieb, Joe Herndon, W, Lester Simpson, Max Prussing, Donald S. Lamm Warren C. Lovinger. Past and present members of board of regents. Sitting from Left to Right: Leonard Huscher, A. C. Bass, Paul Koontz, Mrs. J. Howard Hart, Charles Calvird, Max Christopher, William Kemp, and R. Lee Cooper. Standing from Lett to Right: James C. Kirkpatrick, Earl T. Crawford, Harry R. Garrison, Ralph Nattinger, Mrs. Sinclair S. Gottlieb, Joe Herndon, W. Lester Simpson, Max Prussing, Donald S. Lamm, Warren C. Lovinger. 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Avery Fleming Science and Mathematics Social Sgudigs Dr. Robert J. Greef Professor Noel B. Grinstead Language and Literature Applied Arts and Science ' w' " Il-Mldfc' , ,. ,f ,. . ll-1 1 , Dr. Reid Hemphill Dr. Marion S. Schott Director of Graduate Program Educational Theory and Practice ..... z..- .. ,, m.,..,. ,J t,,. S Dr. Glenn R. Gerdes Health and Physical Education Dr. Ralph E. Hart Music Dr. Lucas Sterne Business Administration .. ,Wm ,- ,, fu-, ' " P ' GS"'5":3 uf- -Arc -qi-f ,,"-Tl-:L EFZL 1 .. ru - Qe lll ll l IU I l I Y. Reg i m e - A 'ss' fs Bradley Theola Brought DuvidC Britton C James Brooks, Edith 5I'00kSIliBI', Doris BYOWYII MGYBGINI I-- Supervising Teacher Instructor of Chemistry Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of 5UbSI'ifUfe Instructor In5trUCtOr of Business and Instructor in the Business Administration the Teaching of Music and 5UP9l'VISin9 Laboratory School Supervisor of the Te0CI1eI' of the f6th Grade, Teaching of Music Third Grade c..,,,.v -aww- ,.....1... 3 I , H d B Q , B. G Bassett, Abe J. Beal, Annabel L. l Qndeutk Pliziiigsor Aigitdginelgrofessor of Pgggsshguahd Head of Agsgciafewgiofessor of Hzlagvhasketzraeil Coach Instructor of Speech Instructor of English 'sitio re Educunon Depanmenq of Home Audio-Visual Education and Assistant Professor 9 'S 0 Y Economms of Physical Education E Blackwell, Dale J. Booth, Martha F. BOYd, Robert . . Associage Professor Instructor and Academic Counselor Assistant Professor I C I C J of Business fgg7,g,gg1g'9 Tmhe' of Mm A'ZZ?.?a..,'B'fZ.'2.gs.. of Music xx ' Brown, Margaret S. Academic Counselor Craven Shemllyn , Instructor of Mathematics Eurns, Burt iallaway,PEli:abeth gurl. James D. iasady, C. nstructor o ssociate ro essor of ss'st t P f f ssoc' t P F DI ' Mathematics Latin and Spanish Bioiogayn ro essor O of Busihsss ro essor Sgrgzf-V Kmhryn L' I tv "iv Edwin and Head of lrnent of Art if Congenial discussion occupies faculty members at President Lovinger's Christ- mas reception. K, in-Pla ' ,W-4 f 'M-T? JZ .WM 4 1.4......4c Rf Cham! Instruc Culp, Acad , 3 A If speech lnsrrucror or :ngusn 'VN Z? in-f 6' if Z rt Braatz, Dcanald ?ounselor Assistant ro essor - . C I , C J. Chambers, Alma Janet Christopher, Stella of Music Agsisfantoxialfessor Instructor of English Assistant Librarian of Music q,...f Clothier, Grant Associate Professor of Education and - Coordinator of Student Teaching 72 9 'X ' I Q 9 ,e in 5 2 'unsf ' l I f I I arguret L. Brown, Margaret S E 5 . I X l if Business Academlc counselor Craven, Sherralyn Culp, Geyql E. Daniel, Berthe Davies, Marion B. Instructor of Academic Counselor Associate Professor Associate Professor Mathematics of English of Music fl' Q-qt 'r' Edmunds, Thomas Coordinator of the Resi- dence Center in Inde- d d A 't I D811 GTICB an SSIS'Cfl Professor of Education is D, Casody, C. V. Professor of A500992 PYOf0SSOf Dlvelhiu, Kathryn l. Dolecki, Joseph F. Eckles, larry E. of Busmess SWVPNFY Associate Professor Assistant Professor of Economics of English . . Elm, Edwin Engle Elizabeth E hlim H b t lcusflon occflples. fcclfhy Pdvfessor and Head of Associate Professor of Azcsistali-1tnProfes::r 'resident Lovmgers Christ- f 9 Denurtmem of An Home Economfss, of English Dietitian , .1:.gT. 'K -" X 1 Q ' 'en Etter, Dorothy Instructor and Super- vising Teacher of Sec- ond Grade CMS faculty songsters bring yuletide spirit to the faculty Christmas dinner. ' ,grwyyffy ay, "wwf, , ,v ,Q gg Y X ,X 7 ef4 1 f gg -. f -.,,,,,i.!f . 7 'J s 1 Corder, Clara Craig, Ben R. Secretary Associate Professor of English 'NL , " I 1 E ' Q , g Y-Nl no V nf ' .. 123.- li is Devenny, Nina l.. Dilley, larry Instructor and Instructor of Supervising Teacher Mathematics of Business Subiects I .gg v ii i ' . 5 Qs -r Z 1, ,- 'Oo 'A AL ' 5 K Elgin, Bgtty Elliott, Bessie Instructor' of Women's Associate Professor of Physical Education Education and Counseling -,Mm -gl, , :N --A -V , NAU .ss 3, him... abd.- Ewald, Hattie Faulkner, llse Assistant Professor SGCVGYGFY of Education -f si as ' 1-rf..-Q.. ' f-fs.:-z.,v.ss:nv-sc.--3, .una '--5:4 " 'gs ' A " ' ' f ' - cc .-1- ec. .-s. .. . . f- f .,, ,.... Xb. .-. "" , , " 1- , H " 1- 'gr v 4.1 4 -K s. s -. 1: 'fcf ' '- - ' -"-A --qs-.geese '-ez-:::.. -.1-1.1-.:-,:,-.-:.:x:..::: ,-s..s,. .c.:.. 1 , ...--. W - F . - V . , . . ,A .. A fl, ', ,. L 1, ,, L L' f .. ks 15-.,.w..I'2-1-..,-. ...-L, N .. ,-,,., ,.,,,c-.g,g...: , -,., :,..:,..-.,:TW::,e- -51.-, , .1,,,- ., . ' ' - 'f i' s 4 .. .. ..--s-.. . 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Egqruzfor Ent! lo Professor 'of Education Assistanf Professor of Director: of Public Professor of sslslantfrofessor Instructor Assismm ubrmian Di,-ecgqr of Placement Social Science Information Services, Graphic Arts of Education Supervising and Alumni Rglqfiqng Assistant Professor Junior rllgh of Journalism SCIENCE anld Mathematics ,G Z Ai ' 5 -T 2 , Q, kb 4 Gretebeck, Stanford Griffith, Wallace Hairabedian, Thomas Haldiman, Carl Harms, Nancy Harris, Marilyn Hawksley, Oscar Assistant Professor of Instructor af Instructor in Associate Professor of SGCYGYGYY SecretaI'Y P"0feSS0l' of Bi0lO9Y Agriculture and Head Mathematics Physical Education Education, Principal of of the Department College Laboratory School Heaton, Charles D. Hewitt, Associate Professor Professt of Chemistry F Deep contemplation on the art of food arranging by Professor Grinstead and Dr. Knox at the faculty Christmas dinner. Holland, Ray H Associate Professor 535 of Physics Hudson E Barton Hutch , , . e A giwftalnt Professor Professgfig' Us C Baptist Chl 1 . Aorixg' Rfibert Jutten, Jess SSI.. ut Faqflllglhprofessof Professor o Physical Ed Chairman Pl'1Ysical Ed Department ,rr Gilbert, Helen - and Associate Prof8SSOI' Physical Education Director of Recreation Gregg, Luther I., Instructor and Supervising Teacher Junior High School Science and Mathematics Heaton, Charles D. Associate Professor of Chemistry v h f ,,' , f ,, A I 1., - -1 .- w 0 2.4 T921 ' .LN ,QC -to p, -- sew" Lv -0 ,gi ". W n P 1- " 'P an off' i Hewitt, Sam P. Heytman, John J. Higginbotham, Lindd Professor of Botany Assistant Professor Secretary and Supervising Teacher of Social Science Festive foods commands the attention of guests at President lovinger's Christmas reception. tw . T Q is Highlander, James Hoff, Rgberf Assistant Professor Associate Professor of of Speech fDramaticsi Physical Education and Head Football Coach 'I Hawksley Oscar In yn Professor of Biology e art of food nstead and Dr. mas dinner. .CQ Holldrv-'ll ROY Hord, Geraldine Horine, John W. Horton, Agnes Howard, Maurice L. Huculok, Wasvl Associate Professor Secretary Assistant Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor of Instructor and 0fPhys1cs of Industrial Arts of Social Studies Education and Director Assistant Librarian of the Testing Bureau , is If ,.,. ,A T- vv , Hvdson, E. Barton Hutcherson, Curtis Jenkins, Mel Jent, H. Clay John, Mary Jane l0lm50l'1, Williorrl Assistant Professor Professor of Bible, College Photographer Profeggqr gf Educqtion Assistant Professor of Pf0feSS0l' of l-011900995 of MUSIC Baptist Chair of Bible Special Education 'S fngs. Robert fsslstant Professor 0 English Jutten, Jessie Professor of Physical Education Chairman of 'Women's PhYsical Education Department ,P-sv ,U Kanoy, Betty Secretary .QM- Keffer, Eugene Assistant Professor of Education and Super- visor of Off-Campus Student Teaching K K6 t E 1 z 1, 1 s 'ls- 4 1 iw ' me. , ,. 1, 10423. .3 kung". ' , .:gflgsr'ti4Q' . fl .Q Kelley, Charles E. Keth, Earl K. Associate Professor Associate Professor of t ofMatl1emqtic5 Physical Education 2- H. 1- et.: -..4g,f -4.01 . v :-es... ' er '-f ' H-sn'-.-, see Hr. 1 . xr,-is, so-,"ng-s:s...'..w1'BW?-' , , y . ,V .- s . , . . J -- N.- N.. ,....4.-me-....,i.-:zo-,,,ao-Q ' -:ne -Y' " A , 1 1 ' "9"""'5i +xu- e :a:e-,s::sszxz:se-.K es,-1.: sse. sfss :t '-"- M 4 1- .- - ' A J J' -. ' Wil- ' J ' 1 ' . 5 f ' V' ' ' . ll' ,' -' ' ,ffQ ,, L - A N In , ii,-1--xv , V fi ,r,, . .4 O ' .V-1 s is ., Af Lbs ' -. rr, . S s .rr ,,,. . 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Assistant Professor of English looks like Monte Carlo, but it's only a faculty card porty. Marchand, Donald K. Assistant Professor of Chemistry ' r l 7. . v- pcs' 2 W . ff 1 Markwell, J. Kenneth Assistant Professor of Business Administration ,uf X .ii ., c mes B. P 9 Associate Professqrt Professor of -45 Nahm, Laura J. Professor of Zoology 4 N' h Inftrn Sicem ina-nf M. Scheffel Professor of Pier: lnstrl Dr. Hewitt brings the desert to CMS in the campus greenhouse. Director of Phvslwlmlas James B r E. Lanice Moo e, . , Plant Gnd sslstant Professor of Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of Associate Professort Home Economics X, Nahm lauraJ Nichols, Peter W. Professor of Zoology Instructor in Sociql Sicence Moroney Katherine Morris, J. Paul Professor of Physics English , 1', Wg? - 4 .,: kl K f I North, Willard E. Assistant Professor of Education Pierce, Robert B, Instructor of Business 1, 'W' ,x - . I A kai ,A Orendorff, Sinrglair Assistant Professor of Physics ,ff T xi A, 'Q ss- I Z. -., Vlbvv , " ' , We sci' i il H ,J-,av ,iz gi.. " .Lg l ' , s2Q.fg5fa'f: Pittman, Rilev H. Associate Professor of Human Relations and Sociology Morton, R. Clark Professor of Education Muchmore, C. E. Business Secretary Pataki, Sylvester Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and German Pearce, Clarence R. Assistant Professor of Vocational Agriculture, Supervisor of Voca- tional Agriculture, Col- lege Laboratory School Myers, Richard F. Assistant Professor of Zoology le Peterson, linda Secretary reuss Anne Powell, Donald F. P , I , Assistant Professor of Instructor and Super, Professor of Education Political Science vising Teacher of Fourth Grade i Ranson Kathleen Rickman, C, W. Instructor and Suoer- vising Teacher of Phv- sical Science wr af gp N-is-A 'Snffvfil-5.45-9' " -X, Gp' ' 5 - -.fc -Vwff '- A I- ,,. . 1 ff ...ni Q1 . 'u g 5, .. ,152 V I ., 1, ,ly ,.f, -,xy-. X N . , V, I 'J l .T I fo , X 5' 5 , Q X - ' berg Erna M. Illunyon, Evelyn V I L Tg R' d, P I E. Roberson, Ammon Robertson, Cormne Rollund, Alvin E. U999e ' . Taylvf 0 'IW - Alfsistarlilfl Professor of Associate Professor of Instructor and Super- Instructor of I sslstant Professor Agirstant Professor Assoclaje professor As Speegh Music vising Teacher of Third Mathematics in the of NU"5'f'9 9 ourm' 'Sm of English of Grade College High School He 'T 21. 25. s 5, :rr r Russell, Jack Suverv, Hurry P- 5C0!'f Keith B- Academic Counselor Assistant Professor ASSISIGYII Professor of if Sims, louise Associate Professor of Art, Supervising Teacher of Art 5 ., - :V I I 'LJ 1 "3fw,,f' 'iiftf-1, , of Biology Business Administration A-'K ' Q. ' .,',, 1 J- in , fi ' ff X .f, S Sirkus, Barbara Sisson, S. Hull Secretary Assitant Librarian 2 if 2 511 ?9 ' P 4 W I' Lf x ' A I W A Stewart, Byron S. Assistant Professor of Social Science NZM LE I ...Q Stevva rt, Ro I' Assistant P of Music . .W Instructor and Home Economics f 'QW' ' f I, 1, 5: Sewell, Georgia L. Shockey, Eleanor Shultz, Lewis Tgmpkingl Mgryu Tw. Associate Professor Academic Counselor Secretary Sec' Supervising Teacher of of Music mith, Patrick D. Sparling, William Stanton, William Wallis, Donald E, ssistant Professor Assistant Professor Head Librarian and Assistant Professor of English of Business Associate Professor of Industrial Arts Stoney, William Assistant Professor of Music ll! l sf f l 1 C.,-1 'is ,1 W,.4m AY. far' Sullivan, Rita Marie Taylor, Lorraine I iamson, Rebecca A Instructor and Secretary 1 Secretary ' Supervising Teacher in the Laboratory School-Fifth Grade Dr. Morris reveals how Missouri weather is predicted. Yea Asso of E Soci K ?' --.,, ' 1 -,gf - 9 HX 7?- f-,x ff 3 X. ,' , ,Y ,J ...S 11' ,J ,, Q., 14 . s , lkunyon, Evelyn Taylor, Velma L. LUYIOIQ Vernon Ter Keurst, A. J Thompson, Nora Timmerman, Floy Titus, Catherine Assistant Professor Assocgqfe pmfgssor :sonata Professor Professor of Instructor and Food and Housing Associate Professor of J0U"'1Ul'S'T' of English 9 Speer F PSYCl10l09Y Supervising Teacher of English Head of Department of Kindergarten Shultz, Lewis Tompkins, Marva Truesdale, Catherine Tubbs, Eleanor Unglesby, Ina Hunter Vallino, Judy Walker, Joseph l. Academic Counselor Secretary Secretary Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor Secretary Assistant Professor Business Administration of English gf Edugqgion and Counselor-Trainer Stanton, William Wallis. Donald E- Walters, CCN'-'le Welch, Lin Whiteman, Clarence Wilkey, Harry L. Williams, Hugh B. Head Librarian and Assistant Professor Secretary Associate Professor Associate Professor Agsistunf Professor of Professor of Associate Professor of Industrial Arts of Speech Correction of Health and Economics and Instrumental Music rf! ge Taylor, Lorfain, Williamson, Rebecca A. Secretary 50C'9lllfY ner le Yeager, Randolph 0. Yinger, Harold L. Associate Professor Associate Professor of Economics and of Ph sical Education Y Social Science Physical Education Social Science .I York, Geraldine College Counseling Bureau and Assistant Professor reveals how Missouri predicted. 4.4 Young, Florence Assistant Professor of Women's Physical Education Young, Harold Director of Field Service Professor of Education Now we know what the faculty does dur- ing off-hours. ,, W, V -.sums -- 'U' i 5 3 i ,N ii Q 1 t X It 4 I 1 i 1 -wi iz iz I 20 i KG!! 1 I if i 1 . f, Everything must be just right, 5 i A down to the last button. Q "" .ZSZ2?! ":: "ii-Z.-2131...::i.E?4M455-1-lT:l+1.9,:E.?'.:71:F.:ZLfiil'.Sl3'i:Tf:1l.:'E":i'i?ET.5TEE i:fET3'l!5:i3L??5'152'I 2-""1-7'A"i ' -' irr- , , ew'-?" , Y. . . ,. WY. -4-. - - ar' -v 1... ' ,V ' " ' ' .' -Lfciiuv',:'i:11":5"uY:,f:iv'x5:rv--iY5.2r::1.'1 1 feiifiifierv,1f'.If:"1':-'1F',il..fif 1 .,' e . f- , 'rf- -H -1 ' ' ' . ' engage. ' . 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C a Brown, Marilyn Appleton City Fogerson, Judy Warrensburg "W ,,4. as ' 3 Kullmann, Dorothy Warrensburg L, A ,gf I fb , ' 1, Schneider, Larry Hale f 6 'E' .,,, 1- V -rf" 'orc I Z, I Walker, Shirley Kansas City z I .13 Walters, Wanda Sedalia Among the prominent American college campus lead- ers pictured in the l96l-i962 edition of Who s Who will be 33 CMS senior students. In order to be nominated to "Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities" a stu- dent 'must have at least 90 hours of credit, a 2.5 grade average, and possess a record of campus leadership. The student must first be nominated by his own college, then accepted for membership by Wh0'S Wl1O- . 43, fr ' Zz : 3 if 'T' if r 5 1 Caskey, Ray Lee Clinton . f .1 ' 4 . 1-'W v J ' "J Y f at .e. -JZ 'iz if Gilbert, Dlxie Lvnn HUYOSI GWUY' Mqygyillg Independence .,. 5 . 'Aff 'Vis ,i r .,,f 3 , iw M' 'g i-s "af 4- ,,'e,f:g'iWp2,f if ,.Rff'- . 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' ,f Myers, Gary Kansas City Sparks,,Ruth Ann Braymer Wiseman, Larry Woirhaye, Patricia Kansas City Warsaw ADAMS, R ADAMS, V AKERS, Ke ALCORN, Chorus ALFORD, Wi Epsilon, M Young Dem: ALLARD, Ch Hall of Re' Kappa Sigrr at arms, pr Mace and Sigma, Kap, Cosmopolitax Club, presicl Collegiate C1 Committee, ALLEN, Dov Lambda, BSI ALLEN, Orle ALLEN, Rage tailing, Deal M Club, tree chandising a ALSIP, Richal ANDERSON, A Capella C Center Comn' ANDERSON, Hall of Roca Special Activl Council, Phi tary, vice pr Student Cent Popular Boy, of Missouri I APSHER, Alvl American Che ATKINS, Larrf BADIE, Moitc List, Dean's Club, Cosmap BAILE, Clifto List, Dean's I Epsilon, Hono BAILEY, B. .l Hall of Recc Council, presil Prexy Club, F reational Ass: Award, Stude treasurer, Out: BAILEY, Roger BAILEY, Sandr itory Council, Capella Choir Hosey Glee Cl BAILEY, Willio counting Club BAKER, Caroly Dormitory Cou Club, Yeater-T BALDWIN, Sal Gamma Delta, vice president, reational Asst Counselor, We: Social Dance C BARWELL, Pegg Education, Dea Delta, Alpha Pl BARLAGE, Edgc Bond, Chorus pus lead- ho's Who nong Stu- t5" a stu- 2.5 grade aadership. 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' 113 pt f f' ALFORD, William E., Chillicothe, Economics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, M Club, A Capella Choir, Wesley Foundation, Young Democrats, UCCF ALLARD, Charles J., Macedon, New York, Mathematics, Hall of .Recognition, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Kappa Sigma Kappa, pleclgemaster, chaplain, sergeant at arms, president of Western Province, IFC, secretor , Mace and Torch, secretary, Prexy Club, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, SNEA, Freshman Counselor, 7 Cosmopolitan Club, treasurer, International Relations Club, president, vice president, Missouri state chairman, it 1 SOIIGQIUFS Cfglxll for the United Nations, Student Center ommittee, ALLEZ, David J., Vienna, Mathematics, Alpha Kappa Lam a, BSU ' ALLEN, Orlena Mae, Belton, Art, Beta Alpha, SNEA ALLEN, Roger N., Kansas City, Merchandising and Re- tailing, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Kappa Sigma, M Club, treasurer, All conference Football Team, Mer- chandising and Retailing Club ALSIP, Richard D., Sedalia, Psychology ANDERSON, Carol J., Clinton, Speech Correction, Chorus, A Capella Choir, BSU, Houts-Hosey Glee Club, Student Center Committee, OIA, Young Democrats ANDERSON, Daniel H., Grandview, General Business, Hall of Recognition, SGA, Executive Council, Assembly, Special Activities chairman, Dormitory Council, lnterdorm Council, Phi Sigma Epsilon, president, recording secre- tary, vice president sophomore class, IFC, Prexy Club, Student Center Committee, Student Progressive Party, Popular Boy, Mr. School Spirit, USNSA, vice chairman of Missouri Kansas Region APSHER, Alvin D., lonia, Chemistry and Mathematics, American Chemical Society, Industrial Arts Club ATKINS, Larry W., Holden, Agriculture, Agriculture Club BADIE, Moitaba, Tehran, Iran, Industrial Arts, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Sigma Zeta, Industrial Arts Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Social Dance Club BAILE, Clifton A., Warrensburg, Agriculture! D9U""5 List, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Honor's Program BAILEY, B. Joyce, Jefferson City, Physical Education, Hall of Reco nition, SGA, Student Court, Dormitory Council, presiclqent, vice president, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Prexy Club, PEM Club, secretary, SNEA, Women's Rec- reational Association, Dolphins, president, Best Dolphin Award, Student Center Committee, Orchesis, secretary treasurer, Outstanding Women's Physical Education Maior BAILEY, Roger E., Excelsior Springs, General Business BAILEY, Sandra Lt, Boonville, Music and English, Dorm- itory Council, Crescendo Club, SNEA, Concert Band, A Capella Choir, BSU, Freshman Talent Show, Houts- Hosey Glee Club BAILEY, William W., Excelsior Springs, Accounting, Ac- counting Club BAKER, Carolyn R., Union Star, Elementary Education, Dormitory Council, ACE, SNEA, Chorus, Social Dance Club, Yeater-Todd Glee Club BALDWIN, Sally Jo, Vienna, Physical Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, PEM Club, second vice president, publicity chairman, SNEA, Women's Rec- reational Association, ublicity chairman, Freshman Counselor,'Wesley Foundation, Houts-Hosey Glee Club, Social Dance Club, Student Progressive Party BARWELL, Peggy Ann, Uniontown, Kansas, Elementary Education, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, SNEA BARLAGE, Edgar F., Union, Elementary Education, SNEA, Band, Chorus I , -, , N- 6 1 - ,,.,. 4,1 f , .. 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W V1 I T' X I5 'Fe , . 12' ., if Q? 1 ' , Q- 2 .nay 'Cm' lc qw , nf" X' gli? xii BARNES, Leontme M.: Kansas City: Social Studies ' BARNETT, Betty M.: Warrensburg: General Bus-mess: SGA, assembly: Alpha Gamma Delta, vice Pfesldenff RHETOR Queen Attendant: Accounting Club: Student Progressive Party I BARNHARD, Judith S.: Independence: Speech Correction: SNEA: Liahona Fellowship S .: Jefferson Cit : Secretarial cience: l?l2lllCc:lfElRCelcl2e9i'lltfi?ng Dean's List: DeJan's Honor Roll: SGA qgsembly, assembly chairman, secretary, IKGYI Delta Zeta, corresponding secretary: Rl-IETOR PVIHCESSJ .Home- coming candidate: Alpha Phi Delta: Pl Omega PI: 595' retarial Science Club: SNEA: A Capella Cl10II': FfeSl1m0"' Counselor: Freshman Talent Show, director: Student Cen- ter Committee: Yeater Todd Glee Club: Student Pro- gressive Party: Young Democrats B TTAGLER, Connie M.: Orrick: Elementary Education: Dgrmitory Council, Todd: ACE: SNEA! l'l0UfS'l'l0S9Y Glee Club: Social Dance Club BATTMER, George L.: Parkville: Economics H f MANN, Mar A.: Kansas City: ChemistrYi Ha .9 Rekclclgnition: Dea:'s List: Dean's Honor Roll: 0UfSlCmd""9 Freshman Chemistry Student: Alpha Ph' Delia? AIPIW Phi Sigma: Kappa Mu Epsilvni 5'9mP Zelai Amerlcfm Chemical Society, vice president: Newman Club: Radio- TV staff H Q BEATTIE, Richard L.: Independence: Merchandising and Retailing: Phi Sigma Epsilon: Merchandising and Retail- ing Club: Social Dance Club: Student Progresslve PaI'lYi M Club, corresponding secretary: Football, co-captain BECKER, Marilyn J.: Blackwater, Elementary Education: Dean's Honor Roll: Alpha Phi Delta, SNEA BECKMAN, Carolyn A.: Wellington: Vocational Home Ec- onomics: Dormitory Council, North Hall, secretary: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Omicron Phi, recording secretary: Col- hecon Club, secretary and vice president: SNEA: Chorus BECHMANN, Harold D.: Stover: Merchandising and Re- tailing: Sigma Tau Gamma: Sludent Progressive Party: Business Management Club BINDER, Rosslyn A.: lndependence: Merchandising-and Retailing: RHETOR: Prexy Club: Barristers: Merchandising and Retailing Club: College Orchestra: Chorus: Student Center Committee: Business Management Club, president: Cosmopolitan Club BITTIKER, John A.: Bosworth: Business Administration: Alpha Kappa lambda: Accounting Club BLACK, Harold E.: Belton: Psychology BLACKELI., Linda J.: Polo: Home Economics BLACKWOOD, James A.: Kansas City: Dramatics: Acacia, secretary: Prexy Club: Theta Alpha Phi: CMSC Players, president BLISS, James O.: Kansas City: Mathematics: Dean's list: Dormitory Council: American Chemical Society: Outing Club: CMSC Players, treasurer BLIZE, John G.: Kansas City: Biology BOONE, Theodore A.: Junction City, Kansas: English BORLAND, James E.: Oak Grove: Mathematics: Phi Sigma Epsilon BOWMAN, Gilbert L.: Odessa: Elementary Education BOWMAN, Shirley E.: Odessa: Elementary Education BRANDT, Terry D.: Dixon: Business: General Business Club, secretary: Chorus: UCCF: OIA: Social Dance Club: Alpha Phi Omega BRENING, Dorine R.: Warrensburg: Business Education: Hall of Recognition: Dean's Honor Roll: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma, vice president: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Omega Pi, reporter: Business Education Club: SNEA: Freshman Counselor: Wesley Foundation: Alpha Lambda Delta: Honors Program BRESHEARS, John W.: LaMonte: Mathematics: Dean's Honor Roll: ,Kappa Mu Epsilon, vice president: SNEA BROWN, David W.: Independence: History BROWN, Marilyn E.: Appleton City: Elementary Educa- tion: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: Dormitory Council, Houts-Hosey: Alpha Gamma Delta, vice president: Alpha Phi Sigma: ACE: SNEA: BSU: Houts-Hosey Glee Club: Student Center Committee: Student Progressive Party BROWN: Mary L.: Arcadia, Kansas: Business: Hall of Recognition: Dean's List: Alpha Phi Delta, vice president: Prexy Club: Alpha Phi Sigma: Pi Omega Pi: Sigma Tau Delta, president: Business Education Club: English Club: SNEA: Concert Band: BSU: Freshman Talent Show: Yeater Todd Glee Club: CEMOST, business editor: Alpha Lambda Delta: Honors Program Xa Wi BULLOCK, Karen R.: Windsor: BUSCH, Earlene K.: Denver, Ci cial Science: Dean's List BUSO, Reynaldo J.: Sedalia: Cl Sigma Epsilon: American Chem Newman Club: Student Progre Young Democrats BUTLER, Lois J.: St. Joseph: Elen cation: Dean's List: ACE: SNI Yeater-Todd Glee Club BUTTON, Sandra G.: Raytown: ing and Retailing: AWS, rep Dormitory Council, Todd Hall, Delta Zeta, president, activitief Pan-Hellenic Council: Prexy Clul BYBEE, Patricia A.: Jefferson mentary Education: ACE: SN Young Democrats: Social Dance CALLAWAY, Linda L.: Kansas C' Education: Sigma Kappa, reg Club: SNEA: Freshman Talent dent Center Committee: Religion Week CARLISLE, Robert L.: lndependt Science: Dean's Honor Rall CARLTON, Ted J.: Kansas City dlsing and Retailing CARTER, Lyndell R.: Centerviex ECIUCCVIODI PEM Club, treasul Women's Recreational Associatii Alpha Gamma Delta CAR11ER,.Phillip D.: Lee's Sumrr Deans lust: Dean's Honor Roll felgorter, feature writer: MCP Journalism Key Award: English CARTWRIGHT, Linda M.: In Physical Education: Orchesis: S map Counselor: Women's Recr soctatton CASKEY, L.: Clinton: Psyc Of Recognition: Dean's List: D R'-PIII: Student Court: Acacia, tartan ho . I - Prexy Phi sagm:,seKman'ge5', p-. Club, presidentuppa em I' CATRON, Nancy L.: Hamilton: B fz"1'o"i Hall of Recognition: D Ooli Alpha Phi. Deta: Prex CITESU PI, president: Business CHAISSON, Mary A.: Rushville- CHILDRESS, , . I ' Educmion C R., Lees Summ CHO, Cl"U'19Sang' Seoul Korea- Agncullum Club: Cosmopolitan EHRISNIAN, Judith A.: Blue Spr sconormcs: SGA Assembly: A 'am'-"gV9: Homecoming Queen: swd 0-Gd Candidate: Sigma Si Clubeh? Center Committee: So SQRIETYI Dorothy D.: Warrens .S duwfwn: Alpha Gam D :::alshDelto: Business Educatiro1:C CL """' Counselor: Baptist Stu ARK, Don L- Iberia aan L. I l ,, . o 'sl' Agriculture Club: lridustrial Gerald I--I Altamont: Arls'Cluult:lnEljEiduccllon Club: UARK lester H I d ' -:' ndependence: l?J2meCc'l?g3roPl1Y: Ltahona Fellows f, Rob?" L-2 Kansas City: B .isAI"Y EP5'I0I1: Veteran's Or DUNS Republicans CLIIUQ Q--ft K' Rubl' H-I Butler: Element 'Aw' Te"'Y -I-: Oak Grove: So ial Studies Seneral Business: I, vice President: g Club: Student Speech Correction: ecretarial Science: , Honor Roll: SGA tary, key: Delta 1 Princess: Home- i Omega Pi: Sec- : Choir: Freshman :tor: Student Cen- ub: Student Pro- entary Education: Houts-Hosey Glee tics hemistry: Hall of Roll: Outstanding Phi Delta: Alpha 1 Zeta: American nan Club: Radio- Ierchandising and lising and Retail- Progressive PQYVYJ ball, co-captain lentary Education: :IEA cational Home Ec- I, secretary: Alpha ng secretary: Col- ent: SNEA: Chorus nandising and Re- Progressive Party: Aerchandising and ers: Merchandising I: Chorus: Student 'it Club, president: ss Administration: ub :mics Dramatics: Acacia, hi: CMSC Players, natics: Dean's List: :ll Society: Outing Kansas: English Mathematics: Phi ttary Education entary Education : General Business Social Dance Club: Business Education: ll: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi :tion Club: SNEA: ion: Alpha Lambda lathematics: Dean's president: SNEA istory Elementary Educa- ' Dormitory Council, ice president: Alpha s-Hosey Glee Club: 'regressive Party : Business: Hall of Pelta, vice president: nega Pi: Sigma Tau Club: English Club: Talent Shaw: Yeater Jitor: Alpha Lambda ? 5' , . , : I I . . V ,I 3 W I K, , 4 I ,gf BULLOCK, Karen R.: Windsor: English BUSCH, Earlene K.: Denver, Colorado: So- cial Science: Dean's List BUSO, Reynaldo J.: Sedalia: Chemistry: Phi Sigma Epsilon: American Chemical Society: Newman Club: Student Progressive Party: Young Democrats BUTLER, Lois J.: St. Joseph: Elementary Edu- cation: Dean's List: ACE: SNEA: Chorus: Yeater-Todd Glee Club BUTTON, Sandra G.: Raytown: Merchandis- ing and Retailing: AWS, representative: Dormitory Council, Todd Hall, Treasurer: Delta Zeta, president, activities chairman: Pan-Hellenic Council: Prexy Club BYBEE, Patricia A.: Jefferson City: Ele- mentary Education: ACE: SNEA: UCCF: Young Democrats: Social Dance Club CALLAWAY, Linda L.: Kansas City, Physical Education: Sigma Kappa, registrar: PEM Club: SNEA: Freshman Talent Shaw: Stu- a?ntkCenter Committee: Religious Emphasis ee CARLISLE, Robert L.: Independence: Social Science: Dean's Honor Roll CARLTON, Ted J.: Kansas City: Merchan- dising ond Retailing CARTER, Lyndell R.: Centerview: Physical Education: PEM Club, treasurer: SNEA: Women's Recreational Association: Chorus: Alpha Gamma Delta CARTER, Phillip D.: Lee's Summit: English: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: STUDENT, reporter, feature writer: MCNA Award: Journalism Key Award: English Club: SNEA CARTWRIGHT, Linda M.: Independence: Physical Education: Orchesis: SNEA: Fresh- man Counselor: Women's Recreational As- soclatlon CASKEY, Ray L.: Clinton: Psychology: Hall of Recognition: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: Student Court: Acacia, parliamen- tartan: house manager: Prexy Club: Alpha Ph' 5'9ma: Kappa Delta Pi: Psychology Club, president CATRON, Nancy L.: Hamilton: Business Edu- CUNOI1: Hall of Reco nitian: Dean's Honor Poll: Alpha Phi Degta: Prexy Club: Pi glsggf-I Pl, president: Business Education CHAISSON, Mary A., nashville, speech cunmzess h , C. R.: Lee's Summit: Physical Education iHQ, Chungsang: Seoul, Korea: Agriculture: Qrlculture Club: Cosmopolitan Club EHRISNIAN, Judith A.: Blue Springs: Home ""'o'f"CS? SGA Assembly: AWS Repre- 5P"l"l'V9: Homecoming Queen: Most Beau- glvl Co-ed Candidate: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Ctllgent Center Committee: Social Dance CHRISTY, Dorothy D.: Warrensburg: Busi- gass Education: Alpha Gamma Delta: Alpha F 'hl-Ella: Business Education Club: SNEA: 'SS man Counselor: Baptist Student Union E.lARKf Pon L.: Iberia: Biolo9Y7 Dean's 'Sli A9rlculture Club: Industrial Arts Club ilflllf, Gerald L.: Altamont: Industrial A S. Business Education Club: Industrial Cm Club: SNEA mligllg, Lester H.: Independence: Economics Democfggraphyg Liahona Fellowship: Young EEARKI ROIJQH L.: Kansas City: Biology: Tau Olzllu Epsilon: Veteran's Organization: CL ' Young Republicans ,:o:1lRK' RUIUY H.: Butler: Elementary Educa- CLARKI Terry J.: Oak Grove: Social Science BRUNSON, Margaret J.: Inde cation: ACE: SNEA: Liahona publicity chairman: Religious BRYANT, Robert P.: Windsor: BUCKLEY, Jahn R.: LaMante: f , y est. I . .1 N is-a pendence: Elementary Edu- Fellowship, vice president, Emphasis Week Secretarial Science Business Administration .I ', - .. ,- 1 A'H.:g5Y. .f "Flip ya to see who rides on top?" A ... , 'A 3 ' I It - Lf. " 3 X' , K- ' I t I of -1 . ' I ' - 5. W1 N' ' . IA ' ..v-"4 A .-,I V, gl If 7 4 m P , ,.,, s ,ji . Alhi, l ,CG ,4 lr," I W1 ' '.. 2 ' c ,Y Hof, ,m.v lf L ki X . is H ,f , ., 4 ga., ,lv , V , . 1 "'l""'L'fP""' -- rms er-W+ f ,fm asf.-.am COLEMAN, Beverly S., Peculiar, Physical Education N, F k R., Ch th , Virginia: Physical Educ'-'- Fic?ri?PD2an's rcl.i1st, Physi:EalunEduoctors Club, Secreia'Y1 Vet's Organization U I COMSTOCK, Glenn A., Independence, Merchandising and Retailing H H F R T JI A., Eld , M sic, a o ecognl IOI1i Dgalilll-?Ti'st, SEA, TraffirEnCourll, Alpha Phi Delta: AIPIWC Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Lambda, Crescendo Club, vice president, SNEA, Concert Band, Marching Band, College Orchestra, Chorus, A Capella Choir, Wiz ley Foundation, Houts Hosey Glee Club, Yeater To Glee Club, Director,Social Dance Club MENCI U7i'M05'1 co-director, Honors Program COOLEY, Helen L., Warrensburg, Elementary Education, Dean's Honor Roll, STUDENT, reporter, Crescendo Club, SNEA, Chorus, A Capella Choir COONCE, Daniel C., Roytown, Spanish, SNEA, Cosmo- politan Club, CMSC Players . l U COOPER, Stephen P., Kansas City, Merchandising and Retailing, Dormitory Council, Phi Sigma Epsilon, IFC, Merchandising and Retailing Club: Freshman C0Ul'lS9I0l'i Newman Club, Social Dance Clubistuclenf Ceflief Com' mittee, Student Progressive Party, Young Democrats, Baseball CORNELIUS, Linda S., Lee's Summit, Elementary Educa- tion, ACE, SNEA CORNISH, Irene E., Appleton City, Elementary Educa- tion, ACE, SNEA COURTNEY, Jerry B., Warrensburg, Merchandising and Retailing, Merchandising and Retailing Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon y COVER, Patricia L., New Hampton, Merchandising and Retailing, Dormitory Council, Merchandising and Retail- ing Club, Freshman Counselor, Social Dance Club COWHERD, Jack Y., Higginsville, Merchandising and Retailing ' CRENSHAW, Clifford R., Independence, General Busi- ness, SGA, Executive Council, Dormitory Council, Fresh- man Counselor, Freshman Talent Show, Student Center Committee, Young Democrats: Social Dance Club: Chee?- leader, Baseball, CMSC Players, Commerce -Club, Fresh- man Mulebackers, Freshman Class vice president CROUCH, Lyman H., Hermitage, Economics, Dean's Honor Roll, Modern Foreign Language Club, International Re- lations Club CURRY, Dorothy J., Kansas City, Elementary Education, AWS, Representative, ACE, SNEA, A Capella Clwlfi Freshman Counselor, Outing Club, Dolphins, Freshman Talent Show, Social Dance Club DAILEY, Don YB.,Kansas City, Merchandising and Retailing DALLAM, Marilyn E., Faucett, Physical Education, PEM Club, SNEA, Women's Recreational Association DALLAM, May G., Lee's Summit, Economics DANIELS, David D., Kansas City, Geography, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Kappa Lambda, corresponding secretary, scholarship chairman, pledgemaster, house- manager DANIELS, Patricia E., Warrensburg, Elementary Education DAVIS, Lawrence E., Independence, Physical Education DAWSON, William Allen, Independence, Physical Educa- tion DECKARD, Delores I., Adrian, Elementary Education, Dean's Honor Roll, AWS Representative, RHETOR, Senior Division, Prexy Club, ACE, treasurer, Crescendo Club, SNEA, secretary, Chorus, A Capella Choir, SCA, vice president, RLC, president, Wesley Foundation, Missouri State Methodist Student Movement, president, Houts- Hosey Glee Club, Student Center Committee, Social Dance Club, CMSC Players, Theta Alpha Phi DE MAYO, Frank A., Kansas City, Merchandising and Retailing, Sigma Tau Gamma, pledgemaster, IFC, presi- dent, Merchandising and Retailing Club, Freshman Coun- selor, Student Progressive Party DENT,' Barbara A., Merriam, Kansas, Business Education, Secretarial Science Club, SNEA, Freshman Pep Club, Student Center Committee DILLON, James E., Holden, Merchandising and Retailing, Dean's Honor Roll, Tau Kappa Epsilon, secretary, General Business Club, Merchandising and Retailing Club, Fresh- man Counselor, Student Center Committee DIXON, Martha S., Appleton City, Business Education, RHETOR, Division Editor, Business Education Club, SNEA DOBSON, Donald R., Peculiar, Biology, Acacia, Young Democrats, Wesley Foundation, Freshman Counselor DRAPER, William H., Knob Nos matics, SNEA DRISCOLL, Donna J., Cowgill, Education DRYER, Ruth A., Mayview, Music Club, Dean's List, Dean's H MENC, Collegiate 4-H Club, Music Award DUENSING, Sonia S., Clinton, Education, SNEA DUNCAN, Esther l., Independen matics, RHETOR, Alpha Phi Del Mu Epsilon, Dean's List, Wesley I Student Center Committee DUNSHEE, Richard N., Des Moi Spanish, Liahona Fellowship DURRILL, Terry D., Green Rid Science DYE, William G., Carrollton, M and Physics, SGA, vice president, Council, Alpha Kappa Lambd master, steward, president, IFC, dent, president, Freshman Coun: dent Progressive Party DYER, Karon K., Stewartsville, Dean's List, Dormitory Council, Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta, Beta I Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, Women tional Association, PEM Club, Fellowship EASTEP, Esther E., Warrensburg, II Education ' EASTIN, E..Robert, Brentwood, En Of Recognition, Dean's List, Sf' Studentlcourt, student supreme co Cl'-'Di Sigma Tau Delta, English President, president, SNEA, vice CIWUVUS: Freshrrtan Counselor, Talent Show: High School Relagl m"lee:.CGI'nPus Camera, KCM International Relations Club FCFOHAWK, Ruby J., Whiteman I5 ECKI-ES. Patricia K., Butler- Busin 2321 gegrfs Ho'norBRoII, Aws, r1 : m - ' Colheco Cega l, usmess Educa CI n , Ubi SNEA, Yeater T- UID: Social Dance Club EDDINGTON. Nadine M., Loui Cfsfsndo Club, stan, Mat 0 lege Orchestra, BSU EICHMAN, R' h d - and Merchanlilisisrig A-I Kansas ELLIGSON Elizabeth A Mars . ' I 'WY Educdtion ' ELLIOTT, Frank E., Warrensburg, ELLIOTT, . and Busi Ronald G., Walker ness, Deg ' H R B'c::c5lg9JbffG3:1lna: sCouTtl:lor FLY. William w. K C- :xnLnxZi1:ipGeneral I Busiiizgz Cli EMP'-ETON Jose h Ind . . 1, , ependen Qfr:2'nF:?6:t:vC1fMp8eneral Busines EMMETT Dor th 5 . ' 0 Y 'I.' Carrollton- Dillbmloni Dean's l'lonor Roll, Ed ES.5' John: Kansas City, ENN? Alpha Phi Sigma UCGhon ETCHESON J h mgmory Ea 0-n M., FIOfC,.Il sim., UWNOV1: SNEA, Llal EVA . Bmr1S.'l.aay J., Hamilton P,-my SE" ACUCIU, secretary, pres yew Uh: General Business 1 9 Democrats EVERSOLE 5 195.1 , V GUY M.: Kansas Cit Delta ls" Dean's Honor Roll, Educa- and Cosmo- Educa- entary Educa- handising and ub: Tau Kappa handising and ng and Retail- ce Club handising and General Busi- Council: Fresh- Stuclent Center :ce Club: Cheer- Tce Club: Fresh- :resident 5: Dean's HOYIUY nternatlonal Re- ttary Education: Capella Choir: ohins: Freshman Pg and Retailing Education: PEM ziation lcs ohy: Dean's List: 3, corresponding emaster, house- antary Education 'cal Education Physical Educa- tary Education: RHETOR, Senior Irescendo Club: 1oir: SCA, vice lation, Missouri esident: Houts- ze: Social Dance chandising and ster: IFC, presi- Freshman Coun- iness Education: 'ian Pep Club: 3 and Retailing: cretary: General ng Club: Fresh- iness Education: ion Club, SNEA Acacia: Young Counselor DRAPER, William H.: Knob Noster: Mathe- matics: SNEA DRISCOLL, Donna J.: Cowgill: Elementary Education DRYER, Ruth A.: Mayview: Music: Crescendo Club: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: MENC: Collegiate 4-H Club: Freshman Music Award DUENSING, Sonia S.: Clinton: Elementary Education: SNEA DUNCAN, Esther L.: Independence: Mathe- matics: RHETOR: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Dean's List: Wesley Foundation: Student Center Committee DUNSHEE, Richard N.: Des Moines, Iowa: Spanish: Liahona Fellowship DURRILL Terr D G , y .: reen Ridge: 'Social Science DYE, William G.: Carrollton: Mathematics and Physics- SGA, vice president: Executive Council: Alpha Kappa Lambda, pledge muster, steward, president: IFC, vice presi- dent, president: Freshman Counselor: Stu- dent Progressive Party DYER, Karon K.: Stewartsville: Biology: Dean's List: Dormitory Council: Alpha Phi Sigma: Alpha Phi Delta: Beta Beta Beta: Kappa Delta Pi: SNEA: Women's Recrea- tional Association: PEM Club: Liahona Fellowship EASTEP, Esther E.: Warrensburg, Elementary Education ' cASTlN, E. Robert: Brentwood: English: Hall oi Recognition: Dean's List: SGA, keys, student court, student supreme court: Prexy Club: Sigma Tau Delta: English Club, vice president, president: SNEA, vice president: Chorus: Freshman Counselor: Freshman Talent Show: High School Relations Com- 'flllleef Campus Camera: KCMS: Drama International Relations Club ECPTIOHAWK, Ruby J.: Whiteman AFB: Eng- rs I ECKLES, Patricia K.: Butler: Business Educa- IQOH: Dean's Honor Roll: AWS, representa- '1ve:Pi Omega Pi: Business Education Club: Cclhecon Club: SNEA: Yeater Todd Glee cl'-'bf Social Dance Club EDDINGTON, Nadine M.: Louisiana: Music: Crescendo Club: SNEA: Marching Band: Cvllese Orchestra: BSU FICHMAN Richard A K .: ansas City- Retail and Merchandising I ElllGSON, Elizabeth A.: Marshall: Elemen- YWY Education ELLIO ELLIOTT Ronald G W lk t- .: a er: Agriculture and Business: Dean's Honor Roll: Agricul- ENB Club: Freshman Counselor: BSU: Social UNC! Club: OIA SU, William W.: Kansas City' General Usme SS: General Business Club: Liahona Fellowship ZIBLETON, Joseph: Independence: Business mimstrutio h n: General Business Club: Lia- UHU Fellowship TT, Frank E.: Warrensburg: Psychology EZLMFU, Dorothy 'l.: Carrollton: Elementary UWl'0f1: Dean's H ' ' R u, Al h Ph Delfef Alpha Phi sa fling' O p 0 ' ENNE55, John' Kaaisss City- Elementary duration ' ' fLi'fffy0rEH Joh-n M., rioraulllanois: Ele- Ship ucation: SNEA: Luahona Fello- EVANS, L. Busi mdy J.: Hamilton: General Prexn95S: Acacia, secretary, president: IFC: youny CIUID: General Business Club: OIA: EVE 9 Democrats Deufiol-F, Barry M.: Kansas City: English: Dems l-'Sh Dean's Honor Roll: Sigma Tau picture! DOLLARD, Ph llis R. N Y 7 I : El t Educunon e son emen ary -DOR ness Educatio : B ' Ed 9' ' CI bg SNEA:VSecreta'i'Lial slfifriftf Clulim mn U DRAPER, David L.: Independence: Public Speaking: Hall of Recognition: SGA, parlia- mentarian' Prexy Club P' K . 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L rghe H,, Pleasant Hill, Physical Education, Declislslhl-lilonccir Roll, PEM Club, Physical Educators Club FARRIS, Ruth L., Warrensburg, English, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll FERGUSON, Don R., Warrensburg, Functional Maior in Social Studies, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Kappa Lambda. recording secretary, SNEA, Freshman Talent Show FERGUSON, William S., Independence, Economics, Dean's Honor Roll, SGA, treasurer, Dormitory Council, Tau Kappa Epsilon, treasurer, president, IFC, treasurer: Prexy Club, Social Dance Club, OIA, treasurer FERRO, Janice E., Clinton, Accounting Club, secretary treasurer, Collegiate Band, Concert Band, Alpha Phi Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta FINE, Sam H., Nevada, Chemistry, Phi Sigma Epsilon, social director, Freshman Counselor, Student Center Com- mittee FINK, Merle W., Rolla, Physical Education FISHER, Gilbert B., Kansas City, Music, Hall of Recogni- tion, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Prexy Club, Cre- scendo Club, SNEA, Collegiate Band, College Orchestra, Chorus, A Capella Choir, UCCF, Alpha Phi Omega, cor- responding secretary, president, CMSC Players, historian, Theta Alpha Phi, treasurer, MENC FISKE, Finley R., Saint Joseph, Sociology FLEISCHMANN, Ray W., Slater, Mathematics, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Outstand- ing Freshman, Mathematics Award, Prexy Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon, treasurer, Sigma Zeldf treasurer, Pf9Slden'i SNEA, Freshman Counselor FLOURNEY, Marva L., Sedolia, Elementary Education FOGERSON, Judith M., Warrensburg, Biology, Hall of Recognition, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, 'SGA, key, executive council, assembly, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pan Hellenic Council, president, Alpha Phi Delta, Prexy Club, Aplha Phi Sigma, Beta Beta Beta, SNEA, OIA: Social Dance Club, RHETOR Queen, Homecoming Princess FORD, Kenneth W., Kansas City, Economics FRANKLIN, Joyce E., Sedolia, Elementary Education, ACE,SNEA FRAZIER, Carmen E., Warrensburg, Elementary Educa- tion, Dean's Honor Roll, SGA, key, executive council, Alpha Gamma Delta, president, Alpha Phi Delta, Prexy Club, SNEA, A Capella Choir, Freshman Counselor, Yeater Todd Glee Club, Popular Girl Candidate FROGGE, Dorothy E., Grandview, French, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Modern Foreign Language Club, -SNEA, Canter- bury Club, Social Dance Club, Student Center Committee FROST, Jess B., Mission, Kansas, Business Administration, Phi Sigma Epsilon FULLER, Earl L., Blue Springs, Accounting GAMMON, Bonnie J., Odessa, English and Vocational Home Economics, Hall of Recognition, Dean's List, Dormi- tory Council, CEMOST, editor, Alpha Phi Delta, Sigma Tau Delta, historian, Colhecon Club, English Club, secre- tary, SNEA, Outing Club, Liahona Fellowship GARTEN, Saleta S., Peculiar, Elementary Education, SNEA, Chorus, Alpha Phi Delta GERHARDT, Albert J., Boonville, Agriculture GERLT, Betty L., Versailles, Elementary Education, AWS, representative, SNEA GIBLER, Maurice A., Grain Valley, Mathematics, SNEA GIESELMAN Arlo A., Sedolia, Social Studies, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, SNEA GILBERT, Dixie L., Maysvillep Business Education, Hall of Recognition, Dean's Honor Roll, AWS, vice president, council, assembly, Dormitory Council, Delta Zeta, popular girl candidate, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, Business Education Club, SNEA, Freshman Counselor, UCCF, Student Center Committee, Yeater Todd Glee Club GILLIAM, Gayle A., Kansas City, Functional English, RHETOR, clerical editor, silver key, English Club, Psy- chology Club, SNEA, Chorus, Student Center Committee, Student Progressive Party, Young Republicans GLASS, Pamela M., New Market, Elementary Education, Dormitory Council, ACE, president, corresponding secre- tary, ACE Award, SNEA, treasurer, Chorus, Freshman Counselor, Prexy Club, Yeather Todd Glee Club, Social Dance Club GLOWATZ, Frank, Bellaire, Ohio, Mathematics, Dean's Honor Roll, Dormitory Council, Newman Club, Varsity Football num -- . ss. K l 4 GORING, Terry, Warrensburg, M ing and Retailing GRAHAM, Larry J., Grain Valle Acacia, secretary, Crescendo Clu Concert Band, Marching Band, Cl cial Dance Club GRAHAM, Linda J., Warrensburg tary Education GREEN, Jennie L., Kansas City, Alpha Sigma Tau, president, Pre Beta Beta Beta, secretary, treasul ical Education Maiors Club, Wom reationol Association, Outing Cll. urer, Dolphins, Social Dance Club GREENWAY, Betty J., Kansas City tory Education, Dean's list, Dear Roll, Delta Zeta, Kappa Delta Pi, GREENWELL Kenneth D., Belton, and Merchandising GREGORY Harry L., Norborne, Prexy Club, SNEA, Outing Club, p GROOM Marilyn J., Independence AWS representative, RHETOR Str lush Club, SNEA, UCCF, Social Do Pi Kappa Delta, CMSC Players, Forsemcs GROSS J W., C k - Mathematilsry me er' Phy GUDDE, Genevieve B., Centerview, tary Education GUERIN, Alan J., Warrensburg, P Gull-FORD, Gary R., Brunswick, Bi HAA5, Gary D.: lee's Summit, Ma and General Business, Collegiat gona" ,BUNCIF Marching Band, CEIIOWSIWP: SCA, Business Mar Ub, treasurer, KCMS, General Club, treasurer ZABFGER.. Larry E., Ideal, South athematics and Chemistry HACKEROTT ucation, Hall DeQn'5 Honor recording Delta, Prexy Delta Pi, pi Club: SNEA QIAEFLING, Dolores I., Kansas Y Education, Ace, SNEA, gllogusi Newman Club, Houts U I Social Dance Club lgAgENf Jack W, U5"leSS: General Republicans EA, A c.ipSiiq'Eti2ii'-'ii " giLf7 VPSIGY F0Uhdatioh,' Yds? I oun Re UL, Dance 9 P llcans, secr. Clut- I ,ill -I-2 Holden, Cl Wghoigerpgfalwfmgetyl secretarY 97 lgciJl2LE?6nHarold L., Warrensburg, HAMMAR, Sharon 'Ufwm Hall of QFGPIS Honor Rol 5.UbV Alpha Phi 2' KUDPQ Lambda, line Band: College Eilllellu CIPOIY: Yeater LA - Dresident HZZZMOND. Patricia L., Lone .mg'Ag?NDS, Mary E., Kansas HANIF UFUNOYW: SNEA, Dolphins HOVLJOCK, Oryne L., L Home Economics. I1 um I. M V uavaxwzzqggsgmfvkr 1 QW! llliull Education: Club Dean's List: Maior in Lambda, Dean's Tau treasurer: Sigma Epsilon, ent Center Com- nn Hall of Recogni- Eexy Club: Cre- Ilege Orchestra: Phi Omega, cor- Iayers, historian: 1ematics: Dean's rmbda: Outstand- xy Club: Kappa hsurer, president: rry Education Biology: Hall of Roll: SGA, KEY: gma Sigma: PGH 'elta: Prexy Club: IEA: OIA: Social wg Princess nics entary Education: lementary Educa- executive council: Phi Delta: PreXY hman Counselor: mdidate lah: Alpha Sigma 9: -SNEA: Canter- Center Committee ess Administration: ing h and Vocational Jean's List: Dormi- Phi Delta: Sigma nglish Club, secre- xwship entary Education: :ulture r Education: AWS, thematics: SNEA il Studies: Dean's ,s Education: Hall VS, vice president, Ielta Zeta, popular ha Phi Sigma: Pi SNEA: Freshman mittee: Yeater Todd iunctionol English: English Club: Psy- Center Committee: blicans nentary Education: trrespanding secre- Chorus: Freshman Glee Club: Social zthematics: Dean's nan Club: Varsity GQRING, Terry: Warrensburg: Merchandis- ing and Retailing GRAHAM, Larry J.: Grain Valley: Music: Acacia, secretary: Crescendo Club: SNEA: Concert Band: Marching Band: Chorus: So- cial Dance Club GRAHAM, linda J.: Warrensburg: Elemen- tary Education GREEN, Jennie L.: Kansas City: Biology: Alpha Sigma Tau, president: Prexy Club: Beta Beta Beta, secretary, treasurer: Phys- ical Education Maiors Club: Women's Rec- reational Association: Outing Club, treas- vrer: Dolphins: Social Dance Club C-IIEENWAY, Betty J.: Kansas City: Elemen- tary Education: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Rell: Delta Zeta: Kappa Delta Pi: SNEA GREENWELL Kenneth D.: Belton: Retailing and Merchandising GREGORY Harry L.: Norborne: Biology: Prexy Club: SNEA: Outing Club, president GROOM Marilyn J.: Independence: English: AWS representative: RHETOR Staff: Eng- lish Club: SNEA: UCCF: Social Dance Club: Pi Kappa Delta: CMSC Players: Varsity Forsenics GROSS Jerry W.: Crocker: Physics and Mathematics GUDDE, Genevieve B.: Centerview: Elemen- tary Education GUERIN, Alan J.: Warrensburg: Psychology GUILFORD, Gary R.: Brunswick: Biology IIAAS, Gary D.: Lee's Summit: Mathematics and General Business: Collegiate Band: Concert Band: Marching Band: Liahona Fellowship: SCA: Business Management Club, treasurer: KCMS: General Business Club, treasurer NABEGER, larry E.: Ideal, South Dakota: Mathematics and Chemistry HACKEROTT, Judith E.: Olathe: Business Ed- vention: Hall of Recognition: Dean's List: Deans Honor Roll: Sigma Sigma Sigma, recording secretary, president: Alpha Phi Delld: Prexy Club: Alpha Phi Sigma: Kappa Delta PI: Pi Omega Pi: Business Education Club: SNEA HAEFLING, Dolores I.: Kansas City: Elemen- Fry Education: ACE: SNEA, historian: cl"0"US: Newman Club: Houts Hosey Glee lUlD: Social Dance Club LIAQEN, Jack W.: Independence: General Rllsmess: General Business Club: Young UPI-Iblncans mel-, Sharon L.: Versailles: Social Studies: SI A: A Capella Choir: Freshman Coun- Civ? Wesley Foundation: Yeater Todd Glee . Youn R bl t - S ' I Dance clubg epu rcans, secre ary, ocna NAU-. William F.: Warrensburg: Accounting HALUER 51 can . .Il J.: Holden: Chemistry: Ameri- U h Chemical Society, ,secretary treasurer: 0 0110 Fellowship Lljllflf: Harold L.: Warrensburg: Physical Ututlon ll'll'lMAR, Sharon K.: Raytown: Music Edu- SHOQ: Hall of Recognition: Dean's List: C5968 Honor Roll: Alpha Phi Delta: Prexy P1"KiAlpha Phi Sigma: Kappa Delta Pi: ,M QPPU lambda: Crescendo Club: Colleg- Cue Band: College Orchestra: Chorus: A Uulfllfl Choir: Yeater Todd Glee Club: 4-H M 'President HAMMOND, Patricia L.: Lone Jack: English Hwmoun he 5, Mary E.: Kansas City: Busi- His Education: SNEA: Dolphins HONCOCK, Oryne L.: Warrensburg: Voca- 'ml Home Economics. if" sc -. "What do you mean, 'I iust launched a missile'?" GONZALEZ, Bonita M.: Blue Springs: Elementary Eduqq. tion: ACE: SNEA: Chorus: UCCF: Dolphins: Young Repub- licans: Dormitory Council: Social Dance Club: Student , Center Committee GOODRICH, James W.: Sedalia: History ' 'I 4-' GORDON, David E.: LaMonte: Mathematics and Physics: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: Sigma Zeta 1 I ' it .X :K -'Tc 1 ff Q 1 A '4 S W0 A 5, . lil.. , 6-X 1 mo.: 1 sq Vi as cre at I o I -' ,. . ,,. ., R i . 'Ri' ' Un- I ,xifflq A-A QV' 15 7",-, K as "fl . -0154, 3'- it v-- 1 I 3 'gag TN R , .ff was N X P 511 35: . g cv E 1' icy: M J 4' fs.-Fl Xgdlflz. . X 3 P - ,-- - , - .1-.-NK,-,-.- ,A - . .- -.-sa.-.-: .- , lg- 7, r , '-. -- ::'-1-" t1'-"""'r.f'fafnff' N Y ' . - '17-r vs., Q' fs- ? ia 45.-1 li la. 5 Il Jig" tsl, ,c I 'N J Si I i ' 1 it if I nl i s--sxaiz-5.-:er fr..':.':',5r-1'-gs: :.: ::. :.-s -Q-use 3 ns' 'FK 1 ,L 1- 1 A f u Q f F f v f 1 4 . sf M31 f f W Qy, s -A ,, Il X f its . Q f sv 4 f 4553 W Q 9 1 M, T F 1 sxg n .. i ,Lx F27 7 f f LL' ,, 5 " ' . X cufzi-Q ,Vg , ,, 1, . ,fi f , , , ,ff '44 c HANNA, Michael s., Boonville: An, Phi Sismv Epsilon HANNAH, Lyman D., Warrensburg, Industrial Arts HARMON, Ch I H., Kansas City, Industrial Arts? TCW Kqppq Epsiloizr Tridustrial Arts Club, SNEA HARMS, Eugene A., Shenandoah, llowqz Merchandising and Retailing KBS in Business Administratlonj, Dean s List, STUDENT staff, Psychology Club, Student Center Com- mittee, Commerce Club, lowans Club HARPER, Charles, Kansas City, Biology, Kappa Sigma Kappa, publicity secretary, Western Province officer, IFC, SNEA, Student Progressive Party, Alpha Phi Omega, Social Dance Club HARPER, Lonnia B., Hamilton, Merchandising and Retail- ing, Phi Sigma Epsilon, historian, house manager, treas- urer, Merchandising'and Retailing Club, Collegiate Band, Concert Band, Marching Band, Chorus, Freshman Counselor ' HARRIS, John D., Houstonia, General Business HARRIS, Norman L., Kansas City, Merchandising and Retailing, Acacia, UMOC Candidate, Merchandising and Retailing Club, Freshman Counselor, OIA, Social Dance Club, Football HARTMAN, Kenneth T., Tipton, Mathematics and Chem- istry, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Sigma Tau Gamma, vice president, Sigma Zeta, secretary, American Chem- ical Society, Newman Club HASH, Ruth A., Quincy, Business Education HAVNER, Barbara J., Kansas City, Vocational Home Ec- onamics HAWES, James T., Blue' Springs, Biology, Agriculture SIUE, Freshman Counselor, Outing Club, Social Dance U HAYDEN, Dorthy D., Blairstown, Elementary Education HAYES, Gwen F., Independence, Business Education, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Sigma Alpha, recording secre- tary, Alpha Phi Delta, Prexy Club, Pi Omega Pi, vice president, Business Education Club, SNEA, Houts Hosey Glee Club HAYS, Thelma I., Leeton, Elementary Education I-IAYSLIP, Bobby J., Marshall, Merchandising and Retail- mg HEGGEN, Karen F., Saint Louis, Public Speaking, Hall of Recognition, Dean's List, Alpha Gamma Delta, second vice president, Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Kappa Delta, SNEA, Chorus, SGA, Wesley Foundation, Houts Hosey Glee Club, Social Dance Club, .Alpha Lambda Delta, Varsity Forensics, KCMS Radio HEIGELE, Janice S., Independence, Business Administra- tion, Secretarial Science Club, Freshman Counselor, Houts Hosey Glee Club, Student Progressive Party HENDERSON, Larry L., Kansas City, Chemistry, Alpha Kappa Lambda, sports director HENSLEY, David F., Odessa, Biology, Agriculture Club, Outing Club HERRICK, Thomas L., Sedalia, Mathematics, Dean's List, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Freshman Counselor HESSEL, Elizabeth A., Kearney, Mathematics, Alpha Phi Delta, Prexy Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon, SNEA, WRA, Chorus, Freshman Counselor HILGEDICK, Shirley J., Butler, Elementary Education, Hall of Recognition, Dean's Honor Roll, Yeoter Hall Council, Sigma Kappa, corresponding secretary, Winter Sports Queen, Alpha Phi Delta, SNEA, Marching Band, Maior- ette, Chorus, A Capella Choir, UCCF, Wesley Foundation, Yeater Todd Glee Club HODGE, Helen D., Garden City, Elementary Education 9 - f., i w lk. , ..- 1 , li I. HOPKINS, Judith A., Sedalia, Alpha Gamma Delta, second vice p: Colhecon Club HORD, Dennis R., Hermann, Music HOUGHTON, Billie J., Warrensbl mentary Education, ACE, SNEA HORSTMAN, Earl W., Higginsville, ing Club HOSTETLER, John M., Independent mercial Art, Hosey Hall Presidi Sigma Epsilon, secretary, Beta Junior Class president, Freshman C HOW, Louise E., Webster Groves, tary Education, Alpha Gamma Delt dent, Popular Girl candidate HOWARD, Donna A., Gasconade, tary Education, Hall of Recognition List, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Pl Prexy Club, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kap Pl: ACE, president, reporter, SNEI mon Counselor, UCCF 'IOWE, Steve T., Kansas City lUDSON, Herman J., Jr., Knobno: :nology HUGHES, Donald E., Marshall, Dec Accounting Club HUGHES, Jean G., Raytown, Merch and Retailing, Tau Kappa Epsilon HUGHES, John D., Waverly, Physica 'ION PEM Club HUNTER, Doris A., Chilhowee, Ele Ed'-'CUIIOYIJ Dean's List, Dean's Hor SNEA HUEP. Walter G., Kansas City, Business Administration, Kappa KUPPG: Chorus: Freshman Counsel :lent Center Committee, Social Danc FIURSHMAN. larry G., Warrensburg ical Education HUTCHISON, Martha L., Mayview, Pormitory Council, Crescendo Clu eglate Band, Concert Band, Marchin College Orchestra, A Capella Choi: Hosey Glee club IMFODEN. Mary A., Belle, Elementc EUIION, Dormitory Council, historian, l'0"US: Freshman Counselor, ACE EQCKSQN, Anita S., Saint Joseph Alulgullcnil Dean's List, Dean's Hon' Clpba Phi Delta, Crescendo Club, hi-ll: Modern Foreign Language CIL gooey Clulq, SNEA, Collegiate B Ciwrizello Choir, UCCF, Houts Hose U I Yeoter Todd Glee Club, OIA, Honors Program JEFFERS ' . ' . - HODGES, Wanda K., Archie, Elementary Education, Hall Dormigolyjggzjgdflg-Kansas gnlyf 2 of.Recognitron, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Club, Modem FMU ' Lappa eigf ' Phi Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, treasurer, Iegi,-,ye Band, Ch e'9'l scngliage "' . :CEQA SNSA, BSU, president, vice president, Alpha JENSEN D 1, Jorug. ocrac lancz V. am a eta Hgh- STU OVIS .1 enver, oorai - ,t A - HIOFFMAN, Bevery J., Saint Joseph, Mathematics, Dean's treasurer DENT: SNEAI Llahona Fell' . ,A gei:in's lilconor Raul, AWS, Dormitory Council, Alpha JENSEN R BI . K C, A I eva, opp E 'I , SNEA, Bsu, H 1 ' mf' MSCS "Y: CCC Program G U ps' on onors 9:s?""'l"l9 Club: Liahona Fellowship fl HOKE Janet L., Raytown- Physical Education 152555 ' L . ' ' - E, r . Horus, 'Harold D., cushion, Physics and Mqvhemqm., Admsnz.,..ff,,f,, C' W""e"5b"'9' B ly. ,,. Deans Lust, Deg,-pg Honor Roll, Sigma Zeta JQHNSON A th H I d d I fi I- 1 - , n ony ,, n e en en ' " J. Clslloili' Plvfhology Club: Choeus, Fri R,:x'lf'flo' Biwlrst Student Union, 'llllrqljq 'iiQ3C?t'f 5L""1ii K , Kansas City, I Ul7""Y" eater Hall Counci 32 ff' P ',.'i-., fs . -.NA Nj " Bfwfe M ieaxenmorth, I ' bfluiatioi- .l igma Epsilon strial Arts strial Arts: THU A nj, De ns Merci a t Cent-. Com- Kappa Sigma officer, lFC, Phi Omega, and Retail- nan and and Chem- Gamma, merican Chem- on ional Home Ec- QY: Agriculture , Social Dance 'ary Education ness Education, recording secre- Omega Pi, vice A, Houts Hosey ducation sing and Retail- peaking, Hall of o Delta, second :a Delta, SNEA, uts Hosey Glee a Delta, Varsity 'less Administra- Counselorg Houts lrty hemistry, Alpha lgriculture Club, tics, Dean's List, atics, Alpha Phi l, SNEA: WRAP l Education, Hall er Hall Council, Winter Sports ig Band, Malar- sley Foundation, ary Education Education, Hall mor Roll, Alpha ta Pi, treasurer, 'esident, Alpha iematics, Dean's Council, Alpha , BSU, Honors tion td Mathematics, :ta - .th --Q HOPKINS, Judith A., Sedalia, Dietetics, Alpha Gamma Delta, second vice president, Colhecon Club HORD, Dennis R., Hermann, Music HOUGHTON, Billie J., Warrensburg, Ele- mentary Education, ACE, SNEA HORSTMAN, Earl W., Higginsville, Account- ing Club HOSTETLER, John M., Independence, Com- mercial Art, Hosey Hall President, Phi Sigma Epsilon, secretary, Beta Alpha, Junior Class president, Freshman Counselor HOW, Louise E., Webster Groves, Elemen- tary Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, presi- dent, Popular Girl candidate HOWARD, Donna A., Gasconade, Elemen- tary Education, Hall of Recognition, Dean's list, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Phi Delta, Prexy Club, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, ACE, president, reporter, SNEA, Fresh- mon Counselor, UCCF lOWE, Steve T., Kansas City tUDSON, Herman J., Jr., Knobnoster, So- biology HUGHES, Donald E., Marshall, Dean's List, Accounting Club HUGHES, Jean G., Raytown, Merchandising and Retailing, Tau Kappa Epsilon HUGHES, John D., Waverly, Physical Educa- tion, PEM Club HUNTER, Doris A., Chilhowee, Elementary Education, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, SNEA HUPP, Walter G., Kansas City, General Business Administration, Kappa Sigma KUPD0: Chorus, Freshman Counselor, Stu- :lent Center Committee, Social Dance Club HURSHMAN, Larry G., Warrensburg, Phys- :ral Education HUTC-HISON, Martha L., Mayview, Music, Dormitory Council, Crescendo Club, Col- legiate Band, Concert Band, Marching Band, College Orchestra, A Capella Choir, Houts HQSEY Glee Club IME . ration, Dormitory Council, historian, SNEA, Chorus, Freshman Counselor, ACE QQCKSQN, Anita S., Saint Joseph, Music Alulcation, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, UPU Phi Delta, Crescendo Club, English hub: Modern Foreign Language Club, Psy- Eolosv Club, SNEA, Collegiate Band, A Cfulijllo Clwlf: UCCF, Houts Hosey Glee H , Yeater Todd Glee Club, OIA, MENC, Unors Program ODEN, Mary A., Belle- Elementary Edu EFFFERS, Judith A., Kansas city, English, cfllgnitory Council, Pi Kappa Delta, English leuf M0derri Foreign Language Club, Col- J9'0le Band, Chorus, Social Dance Club HEFISEN, Doris J., Denver, Colorado, Eng- ne' STUDENT: SNEA, Liahona Fellowship, usurer LENSENJ R. Blair, Kansas City, Accounting, dgxuntlng Club, Liahona Fellowship, presi- izssff, Jeff C., Warrensburg, Business I mlnlslration Q!-Z:lNSON, Anthony H., Independence, So- co QW? PSYchology Club, Chorus, Freshman Reunsellofz Baptist Student Union, Young Pllbllcans l0HNSON ,cr . Pennie K., Kansas City, Elemen- sNEAEducation, Yeater Hall Council, ACE, l QHNSON, Bruce M., Leavenworth, Kansas, Yslffll Education . .M ...,,. , f .44--"i -...,-as ,.,. Next weekend, whaddaya say we hire a , moving van?" Council Al h S' Party, Social Dance Club HOLLOWAY, Melvin G,, Richmond, General Business, Phi Sigma Epsilon, reporter, Busi- ness Education Club, General Business Club, Freshman 'Caunselor, Student Progressive HOLSAPPLE, Linda L., St. Louis' Physical Education, AWS, representative, 'Dormitor Y I J P a lgma Alpha, Physical Edu- cation M ' Cl b ' ' - 1 a,ors u , SNEA, Womens Rec reation I A ' ' - ix U a ssociatlon, Freshman Counselor- mittee CCF, Dolphins, Houts Hosey Glee Club, Social - Dance Club, Student Center Com , . .47 if -f"!" 'f-'YT I , . A A J ' vi " , -1' .,i1j f so V vw' .. ' . S -1: N t If . a I L- ,, 1 ii . - er . i X ni ,....v-'Y' ., .- Pr Y 1 4. ' H 'Ref Q! "9 ix ..- -'PT tit ,...,, I I ' sf . , 5 4 , l 4-.fe :mins-,mg -- ' . ' eqge5,c':iw...2-.e L 'm - '-c JOHNSON Clyde E. J., Wichita Falls Texas- Biology' SNEA, Liahona Fellowship president Ed . JOHNSON J C oll- St. Louis- Business ucation' Dormitory Cosgclil, glzbiness Education Club' SNEA: SOCIFI Dance Club- Student Center Committee: Record Commit- tee, Student Progressive Party 1 JOHNSON, Richard Wayne, Oak Grove, Social Studies JOHNSON, Ruby Gertrude, Centerview, Elementary Edu- cation, ACE, SNEA, Houts Hosey Glee Club JONES, Cynthia Ann, Kansas City, Elementary Education JONES, Nellie Kay, Warrensburg, Home Economics in Business, Hall of Recognition I2 yearsi 1958 and 1960: Student Court, AWS, Assembly 8. Judiciary Board, Sopho- more Class Secretary, Colhecon, UCCF, secretary, Sigma Kappa, chaplin, vice president, best active of 1961, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Omicron Phi, vice president JORDAN, Ronnie Lee, Jefferson City, Retail and.Merchan- dising, Merchandising and Retailing Club, Social Dance Club, Young Democrats, Tau Kappa Epsilon JUSTICE, William J., Kansas City, General Business KAMIN, Larry Donald, Kansas City, Physical Education KANE, Richard Gordon, Colon, Michigan, Mathematics, Dean's List KASTL, Judith N., Kansas City, Speech Correction, SNEA KAUFFMAN, Robert M., Garden City, Elementary Edu- cation, Dean's Liss Dean's Honor Rall, AWS, SNEA, Chorus, Student Center Committee, Young Republicans, WSCS, Business and Professional Women's Club KEETON, Larry Joe, Independence, Physical Education: AGA, Assembly, Phi Sigma Epsilon, assistant pledge master, All conference football, Physical Educators Club, Student Center Committee, Student Progressive Party, M Club KEEVIL, Collen Annette, Tipton, Business Education, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi KELLY, Carolyn Adella, Sedalia, General Business, Dean's List, Delta Zeta, assistant treasurer, Alpha Phi Delta: Student Center Committee, Student Progressive Party KELLEY, Cecil Ellis, Warrensburg, Business KENNEDY, Helen Jody, Leeton, Art and Drama, SGA, Assembly, Dormitory Council, Alpha Sigma Alpha, editor, Prexy Club, Beta Alpha, treasurer, Theta Alpha Phi, president, secretary, SNEA, Chorus, Social Dance Club, Student Center Committee, four years, OIA, Drama Awards, Most Outstanding Freshman, Most Outstanding in Theatre, Best Minor Role 2 years KENNEDY, Robert E., Warsaw, Mathematics, Prexy Club, Kappa Mu' Epsilon, president, Collegiate Band, Concert Band, Marching Band, Freshman Talent Show KETCHUM, Nancy June, Unity Village, Speech Correction, Hall of Recognition, Soph. and Jr. years, Dean's List, six terms, Dormitory Council, Yeoter, corresponding sec- retary, Alpha Gamma Delta, treasurer, scholarship honor for 1961, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, vice president, SNEA, UCCF, Young Democrats, Yeater Hall Scholarship Achievement, freshman and sophomore years, REW committee KILP, Robert Lawrence, Miami, Agriculture, Agriculture Club, secretary KING, Rosalee Joline, Coldwater, Michigan, Music Edu- cation, Crescendo Club, SNEA, Concert Band, Marching, Chorus, Liahona Fellowship KLAMM, Phil F., Parkville, Physics, Tau Kappa Epsilon KLINGENSMITH, Freda Murel, Kansas City, Elementary Education KLUTER, Kenneth Dean, Warsaw, Physical Education KLUTTZ, Don Eugene, Clinton, Social Studies, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Acacia, vice president, IFC, president, Prexy Club, English Club, Physical Educators Club, Psychology Club, SNEA, A Capella Choir, UCCF, Greek Week Committee, International Relations Club KNIDSON, Dennis Richard, Independence, Physical Edu- cation KOCH. Mary Carol, Creighton, Elementary Education, ACE, SNEA, Wesley Foundation, Young Democrats KOEHLER, Leonard August, Independence, Chemistry E: KULLMANN, DorothY.K., Warrensl: retarial Science, Hall of Recognitia Honor Roll, Dean's List, Alpha P Alpha Phi Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, Business Education Club, SNEA, Gamma Delta, treasurer, SCA, treasurer, Social Dance Club LACEY, Mary Lou, North Kansas 1 mentary Education, Student Center AWS, Houts Hosey, vice president, Club, Popular Girl 1961, Sigmc rush chairman, SNEA, Freshman C Houts Hosey Glee Club, REW LAND, Larry L. Kansas City, Ac Economics LARSON, Julia L., Independence, tary Education, Dean's List, Dean Roll, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha P ACE, SNEA, Wesley Foundation Hosey Glee Club, Social Dance C dent Center Committee, Student Pri Party LEACH, Jim E., Butler, Merchandi: Retailing, Sigma Tau Gamma, , Merchandising and Retailing Club LEE, Ronald E., Kansas City Nor chandising and Retailing, Tau Kap lon, Merchandising and Retailini Chorus, Young Democrats LEEDY, Alphina W., El Dorado Elementary Education, Dean's List, Honor Roll, ACE, SNEA LEHMAN, Thelma G., Warrensbu mentary Education, Dean's Honi ACE:SNEA LEHMANN, Thomas F., Smithton, I cllslng and Retailing, Tau Kappa General Business Club, Merchandis Retailing Club, Chorus, Newma Young Democrats LERB5, Kenneth Walter, Berger, Mer U19 Grid Retailing, Acacia, treasur chandisung and Retailing Club, OIA- Republlcan, vice president LEWIS: Donald H., Fairland, Ol- Physlcal Education I-EWI5, Frank E., Independence, Bin Club LEWIS, George G., Elementary Edua I-IMING. Evelyn L., Okeana, Ohio, 'ery Edl-IC0tI0h: Crescendo Club, I lelmy "e9SUfeY: SNEA, Choru EIECF: Social Dance Club, Yeot UID: Young Democrats, CMSC Pla EINVII-I-E, Edwin J., Butler, Ac 'Elma Tau Gamma, Accounting Cl EIJOYD, Marcia Lou, lndependi PE'lxUl'0ft: Dean's Honor Roll, hh Club,.SNEA: WRA, Liahona 5 'pf Dolphins, Orchesis, president :'.OGUE, I-Indo. L., Archie, Busines Soni Deen S list, neue Belicf Pl, secretary, ' Uptlst Student Union Club, SNEA IONG. Frank D., Grandview VONG, Lucile M., Urich, Elementar ion EOYEWEI-I-, Opal, Osceola, Element ation :QVINGERZ Jeanie- Warrensburg, Y EdU'07l0I'1: Hall of Recogniti ggrimbkf: AWS, representative, UCCFO' IPIWUI ACE.: Colhecon Clu genie, CF0"efP0f1dIng. secretary, LOW ommttteef Social Dance Cl HOYWREEYI K, Elaine, Houstonia, V Sigma ifnomlcs, Dormitory Counci CM? S Dha, treasurer, Colhecon C " NEA: Social Dance Club LUTHER' J B . Grnes L., Garden City, ,uizgsiixgi Accounting Club, Busine ,AFV 7 Club: BSU, Social Dance I-'ln-IPAFJDLESS, Carolj-n W., Kang f"3'Y4Educatnon, Dean's List, ,,,jt,If'JgI1lI: Delta Zeta, ACE, S ,,,,,Qnt, Ulf: Houts Hosey Gle Mahi Center Committee, Stud i r ' 'E Party fl CLA j,.Q,,nliSHLPI: William M., Warr exas: Biology: ess Education: :SNEA: Social ecord Commit- Social Studies ementary Edu- b tary Education Economics in 958 and 1960: Board: Sopho- cretary: Sigma 'tive of 1961: e president and Merchan- : Social Dance n ll Business 'al Education : Mathematics: irrection: SNEA ementary Edu- AWS: SNEA: g Republicans: s Club cal Education: sistant pledge Educators Club: :ressive Party: ess Education: ii Delta: Alpha rusinessi Dean's :ha Phi Delta: ssive Party 5 Drama: SGA: 1 Alpha, editor: eta Alpha Phi, :I Dance Club: OIA: Drama :st Outstanding cs: Prexy Club: Band: Concert how aech Correction: 's: Dean's List, responding sec- holarship honor ti Sigma, vice ts: Yeater Hall nd sophomore ure: Agriculture lan: Music Edu- Band: Marching: Kappa Epsilon Iity: Elementary ll Education Studies: Dean's president: IFC, ysical Educators la Choir: UCCF: elations Club e: Physical Edu- ttary Education: Democrats z: Chemistry Pl KULLMANN, Dorothy,K.: Warrensburg: Sec- retarial Science: Hall of Recognition: Dean's Honor Roll: Dean's List: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: Pi Omega Pi, historian: Business Education Club: SNEA: Chorus: Gamma Delta, treasurer: SCA, secretary treasurer: Social Dance Club LACEY, Mary Lou: North Kansas City: Ele- mentary Education: Student Center Cabinet: AWS: Houts Hosey, vice president: Newman Club: Popular Girl 1961: Sigma Kappa, rush chairman: SNEA: Freshman Counselor: Hauts Hosey Glee Club: REW LAND, Larry L. Kansas City: Accounting: Economics LARSON, Julia L.: Independence: Elemen- tary Education: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: Alpha Gamma Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: ACE: SNEA: Wesley Foundation: Houts Hosey Glee Club: Social Dance Club: Stu- dent Center Committee: Student Progressive Party LEACH, Jim E.: Butler: Merchandising and Retailing: Sigma Tau Gamma: M Club: Merchandising and Retailing Club LEE, Ronald E.: Kansas City North: Mer- chandising and Retailing: Tau Kappa Epsi- lon: Merchandising and Retailing Club: Chorus: Young Democrats LEEDY, Alphina W.: El Dorado Springs: Elementary Education: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: ACE: SNEA LEHMAN, Thelma G.: Warrensburg: Ele- mentary Education: Dean's Honor Rall: ACE:SNEA LEHMANN, Thomas F.: Smithton: Merchan- dising and Retailing: Tau Kappa Epsilon: General Business Club: Merchandising and Retailing Club: Chorus: Newman Club: Young Democrats LERBS, Kenneth Walter: Berger: Merchandis- ing and Retailing: Acacia, treasurer: Mer- chandising and Retailing Club: OIA: Young Republican, vice president LEWIS, Donald H.: Fairland, Oklahoma: Physical Education EEVLIS, Frank E.: Independence: Biology: M u LEWIS, George G.: Elementary Education LlMING, Evelyn L.: Okeana, Ohio: Elemen- tary Education: Crescendo Club: IWA, sec- '9lUfY treasurer: SNEA: Chorus: SCA: UCCF: Social Dance Club: Yeater Todd Club: Young Democrats: CMSC Players LlNVllLE, Edwin J.: Butler: Accounting: 5'9mu Tau Gamma: Accounting Club LLOYD, Marcia Lou, Independence: Physical Education: Dean's Honor Roll: Prexy Club: PEM Club: SNEA: WRA: Liahona Fellow- SNP: Dolphins: Orchesis, president LIOGUE, Linda L.: Archie: Business Educa- "Un: Dean's List: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Della Pi, secretary: Pi Omega Pi, secretary: Bflptlst Student Union: Business Education ClulJ:5NEA LONG, Frank D.: Grandview LPNG. Lucile M.: Urich: Elementary Educa- ll-in LOYEWELL, Opal: Osceola: Elementary Edu- cation LOVINGER, Jeanie: Warrensburg: Elemen- :rv Education: Hall of Recognition: SGA, S.35emPlY: AWS, representative: Alpha U'9m0 Alpha: ACE: Colhecan Club: SNEA: CCF correspondin secretar Student ' 9 Yi Center Committee: Social Dance Club LOWREY, K. Elaine: Houstonia: V0CUti0I1al some Economics: Dormitory Council: Alpha C'I9mC' Alpha, treasurer: Colhecon Club: PEM Ubi SNEA: Social Dance Club hunter, I 0Ui"'e5S: Accounting Club: Business Man- 9"'l9Hl Club: BSU: Social Dance Club QCCANDLESS, Carolyn W.: Kansas City: ,ujme"lCl'Y.Education: Dean's List: Dormi- Cul 'Col-'r1fll: Delta Zeta: ACE: SNEA: A Swzelq Choir: Houts Hosey Glee Club: En' Center Committee: Student Pro- 9'2ssive Party MC CLAIN Chemistry James L.- Garden City- General , William M.: Warrensburg: K . ,Wm . .ew - 3 "lt'll never sell, Mr. Fordl" KROGE, Mariorie R.: Higginsville: Secretarial Science KRONHART, John C.: Boonville: Merchandising and Re- tailing: Sigma Tau Gamma, treasurer: Merchandising and Retailing Club KUBLI, Clyde E.: Sedalia: Physical Education xi ' .gg ,pf--, I K f 1. g lu, gr' fl I xy fn 22 , A 'f f 4 4 v ff .,: 1 1 f 1 in-. fs - 'Yu y. R i 'lr A .4 m. --- 4 T , Q tu? , h 1 8 .I ,Fw c 'Q -Q X . li fn 0 . 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Marching Band, Chorus, Baptist Student Union, Houts Hosey Glee Club, Social Dance Club, Young Dem0CI'GlS MCPHERSON, Lila L., Independence, Elementary Educa- tion, Hall of Recognition, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll: AWS, representative, Alpha Phi Delta, Prexy.Club, ACE, vice president, reporter, SNEA, campus president, state secretary, state president, Chorus: Freshman Counselor: Liahona Fellowship MANN, Robert W., Knob Noster, Industrial Arts, Prexy club, Industrial Arts Club, president, v-ce pres-dent, SNEA, Gamma Delta MANSFIELD, Gussie B., Clinton, Elementary Education: SNEA MANSFIELD, Mayree S., Clinton, Music, Crescendo Club, SNEA, Collegiate Band, College Orchestra, Chorus, Houts Hosey Glee Club MARCKS, May Ann, Higginsville, Business Education MARKHAM, James E., California, History MARRIOTT, Elwood Lee, Kansas City, General BusineSS: Alpha Kappa Lambda, IFC, General Business Club, Baptist Student Union, Young Democrats, Social Dance Club MARSCH, Carl F., Bay, Social Studies, SNEA, Outing Club, UCCF, International Relations Club MARTINSON, Patricia L., Mission, Kansas, Biology, SNEA, Outing Club, Dolphins MATEJA, James J., St. Louis, Business and Merchandising MATHEWS, Margaret J., Warrensburg, Physical Education MATLAK, Patricia S., Chicago, Illinois, Physical Educa- tion, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, AWS representative, PEM Club, SNEA, WRA, Liahona Fellowship, Orchesis MAWSON, N. Darlene, Archie, Music, Crescendo Club, SNEA, Collegiate Band, Concert Band, Marching Band, Chorus, Baptist Student Union, Houts Hosey Glee Club, Yeater Todd Glee Club MAWSON, L. Marlene, Archie, Physical Education, PEM Club, vice president, SNEA, WRA, secretary treasurer, Baptist Student Union, Houts Hosey Glee Club MAYFIELD, Joyce L., Independence, Secretarial Science, Secretarial Science Club, Chorus, Social Dance Club MEANS, Margaret J., Independence, English MEJIA, Donna, Kansas City, Elementary Education METZ, John R,, Carrollton, Business MICHAELS, James K., Kansas City, Mathematics, ACS, SNEA MICHALLS, Carol A., Kansas City, Kansas, SNEA, New- man Club MIDDLETON, Martha L., Camden, Vocational Home Econ- OITIICS MIESER, Marlene J., Concordia, Elementary Education, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, SNEA, WRA, Marching Band, A Capella Choir, Social Dance Club, Student Center Committee, Orchesis MILES, lHelmuthJ,. Susan, Oak Grove, Social Science, AWS, representative, English Club, SNEA, Freshman Counselor ,'f,: fl: II ,ll i 1 I ,is MILLER, Judith A., Otterville, Education, Dean's List, ACE, I UCCF, Houts Hosey Glee Club MILLER, Linda L., Independence Home Economics, Hall of Dean's Honor Roll, Dormito Prexy Club, Kappa Omicron Pl Club, SNEA, Social Dance Club MILLER, Linda L., Lee's Summit, Education MILLS, Beverly F., Butler, Voca Economics, Colhecon Club, secre Freshman Counselor, Social Dan MODARESSI, Mchsen, Tehran, I trial Arts, Prexy Club, lndustria Modern Foreign Language C Dance Club, Alpha Phi Omega treasurer, historian, Cosmopol president, International Relationl MOLDAVER, Stephen M., Kansa, ness Administration MOMBERG, Linda, Sedalia, Eler ucation, AWS, iudiciary board, Delta, Prexy Club, ACE, SNE Baptist Student Union MOORMAN, Roger, Amity, Ge ness, Phi Sigma Epsilon, pled Freshman Counselor, Business N Club, Sophomore Class vice pre: MORGAN, William E., Sedalia, MORRIS, Harold R., Belton, Eng List, Dean's Honor Roll, Gradu ant's Club, Sigma Tau Delta MORRIS, Paula, Independence, Education, Dean's list, Dean's I Alpha Phi Delta, ACE, SNEA MORRIS, Richard P., Sedalia, Me and Retailing, Sigma Tau Gov chandising and Retailing Club, Counselor MOUL, Evelyn B., Freeman, Education MOYER, Billy J., Waverly, Soci SNEA MUNDWILLER, Orlando J., Hern' eral Business MURPHY, Myron D., Deepwatt Crescendo Club, Concert Band, Bpnd: A Capella Choir, BSU, Singers MURRY, Elaine M., Independent Correction, Dean's List, STUDE Zeta: Pan Hellenic Council, Capella Choir, Freshman Counsu Phlns, Student Center Committt Todd Glee Club, Popular Girl Ca MURRY, Kenneth R., Lexington, dising and Retailing, Dormitor' Alpha Kappa Lambda, Accounh Business Education Club, Merchan Retailing Club, Social Dance Cl Phi Omega MUSICK, Lois E., Carrollton, Bus cation MYERS, Bobby C., Lincoln, Mathe PhYSics, Dean's List, Dean's H Dormitory Council, Alpha Kappa MYERS, Gary Science: Who's Dean's List, Dean's o Semblv chairman, RHETOR, associate editor gold keys, Alpha 5eC'el0YY, vice Gnd Torrh Fo"el9N Language Cflunselor, UCCF, director, Student Center nel! 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MILLER, Judith A.: Otterville: Elementary Education: Dean's List: ACE: IWA: SNEA: UCCF: Houts Hosey Glee Club MILLER, Linda L.: Independence: Vocational Home Economics: Hall of Recognition: Dean's Honor Roll: Dormitory Council: Prexy Club: Kappa Omicron Phi: Colhecon Club: SNEA: Social Dance Club MILLER, Linda L.: Lee's Summit: Elementary Education MILLS, Beverly F.: Butler: Vocational Home Economics: Colhecon Club, secretary: SNEA: Freshman Counselor: Social Dance Club MODARESSI, Mohsen: Tehran, Iran: lndus- trial Arts: Prexy Club: Industrial Arts Club: Modern Foreign Language Club: Social Dance Club: Alpha Phi Omega, secretary, treasurer, historian: Cosmopolitan Club, president: International Relations Club MOLDAVER, Stephen M.: Kansas City: Busi- ness Administration MOMBERG, Linda: Sedalia: Elementary Ed- ucation: AWS, iudiciary board: Alpha Phi Delta: Prexy Club: ACE: SNEA: Chorus: Baptist Student Union MOORMAN, Roger: Amity: General Busi- ness: Phi Sigma Epsilon, pledge master: Freshman Counselor: Business Management Club: Sophomore Class vice president MORGAN, William E.: Sedalia: Accounting MORRIS, Harold R.: Belton: English: Dean's list: Dean's Honor Roll: Graduate Assist- ont's Club: Sigma Tau Delta MORRIS, Paula: Independence: Elementary Education: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: Alpha Phi Delta: ACE: SNEA MORRIS, Richard P.: Sedolia: Merchandising and Retailing: Sigma Tau Gamma: Mer- chandising and Retailing Club: Freshman Counselor MOUL, Evelyn B.: Freeman: Elementary Education MOYER, Billy J.: Waverly: Social Studies: SNEA MUNDWILLER, Orlando J.: Hermann: Gen- eral Business MURPHY, Myron D.: Deepwater: Music: Crescendo Club: Concert Band: Marching Band: A Capella Choir: BSU: Madrigal Singers MURRY, Elaine M.: Independence: Speech Correction: Dean's List: STUDENT: Delta Zeta: Pon Hellenic Council: SNEA: A Capella Choir: Freshman Counselor: Dol- Phins: Student Center Committee: Yeater Todd Glee Club: Popular Girl Candidate NILIRRY, Kenneth R.: Lexington: Merchan- Il'5I'19 and Retailing: Dormitory Council: Alpha Kappa Lambda: Accounting Club: Business Education Club: Merchandising and Retailing Club: Social Dance Club: Alpha Phi Omega MIISICK, Lois E.: Carrollton: Business Edu- cation MYERS I , Bobby C.: Lincoln: Mathematics and Pl'IY5lfS: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: Dormitory Council: Alpha Kappa Lambda MYERS, Gary W.: Kansas City: Social Science: Who's Who: Hall of Recognition: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: SGA, as- Wmltlv chairman: Dormitory Council: RHETOR, associate editor, editor, silver and Wd keys: Alpha Kappa Lambda, recording mlelafy, vice president, chaplain: Mace ghd-Torch, president: Prexy Club: Modern CWISI1 language Club: Chorus: Freshman dPU"59l0fi UCCF: Freshman Talent Show, rrector: Student Center Committee, cabi- nel: OIA, chairman: Young Democrats gulls, Ralph R.: Kansas City: General CUWIQSS: Dean's Honor Roll: Dormitory nolmclli Tau Kappa Epsilon: General Busi- JIS Club:.Social Dance Club: Young Demo- Ulir Varsity Track gmt- Janice G.: Adrian: Social Studies: p:"'P'l0"Y Council: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Cfsdent: Pan Hellenic Council: Prexy del' : SNEA: BSU: Social Dance Club: Stu- nl Center Committee QELSOH, James L.: Sedalio: Accounting: Ngwntrng Club LSON, John R.: Independence: Business Qi.: X, r MILLER, Clyde D.: Sedalia: Social Studies MlLLER,.Doralee K.: Kansas City: Mathematics: Hall of Recognition: Dean's List: Sigma Kappa, vice president: Homecoming Prrncess: Pan Hellenic Council: Alpha Phi Delta: Beta Beta Beta: Kappa Mu Epsilon secretar gishman Math Award: Cheerleader: Dolphins, treasureii: MILLER, Jean: Deepwater: English and History: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: Alpha Phi Sigma ,rc---1 1 I I ,." 5 ,, MW , 4 J f fe ' I cog.- L 5:-.4 -q""f f it t ky at it . 1 AL , li' x " , rf 'fI",r. , ,. 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UCCF, vice president: Religious Lite Council: Yeater Todd Glee Club NOLAND, Thqdeus M.: Grandview: Physical Education: Dormitory Council: Phi Sigma Epsilon: Seflilflcli lnd'f57"'al Arts Club: Physical Educators Club, vice president: Chorus: Student Progressive ,Party: Young D9m0CfU'5i M Club, vice president: Varsity Football NULL, Ella F.: Warrensburg: Elementary Education: SNEA o'DELL, Gary w., Excelsior springs: Geography OETTING, Albert V.: Kansas City: Physical El'-IUCGTIOH OHRENBERG, Roland: Amoret: Social Studies OLSEN, Kenneth B.: Middletown, New York: English O'MALLEY, Sora D.: Lexington: Speech and English: Hall of Recognition: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: SGA: executive council: STUDENT: Alpha Gamma Delta, second vice president: Alpha Phi Delta: Prexy Club: Kappa Delta Pi, historian: Pi Kappa Delta, president: Sigma Tau Delta, president: English Club, president: SNEA: Freshman Counselor: Social Dance Club: OIA: Young Democrats: Alpha Lambda Delta: Honors Program: Var- sity Forensics: CMSC Players, vice president OWENS, Calvin L.: Saint Louis: Biology: Dormit0l'Y Council: Kappa Sigma Kappa, vice president, historian: IFC: SNEA: Freshman Counselor: Outing Club: Interna- tional Relations Club: Cosmopolitan Club OZIAS, Arthur W.: Centerview: Mathematics and Chem- istry PAGE, Lee Roy: Independence: Economics: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll PALMER, Barbara J.: Raytown: Elementary Education: Alpha Sigma Alpha, treasurer: ACE, vice president: SNEA PATTON, Betty K.: Paynesville: Marchandising and Re- tailing: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Pan Hellenic, treasurer: Merchandising and Retailing Club: OIA: Student Pro- gressive Party: Young Democrats PAUL, Clyde A.: Otterville: Mathematics: Sigma Pi: SNEA: Young Democrats PECK: Neal E.: Windsor: Sociology PETERSON, Joyce A.: Raytown: Elementary Education: Sigma Tau Gamma's White Rose queen: SNEA: Social Dance Club PETERSON, William F.: Warrensburg: Agriculture PIERCE, Margery B.: Butler: Elementary Education' PIKE, Eugene: Independence: Marketing: Phi Sigma Ep- silon, reporter: Accounting Club: Chorus: Freshman Coun- selor: Canterbury Club: Social Dance Club: Student Center Committee: OIA: Young Democrats, vice president, treasurer PILANT, Murle A.: Clinton: Music: Crescendo Club: SNEA: Collegiate Band: Concert Band: Marching Band: Chorus: A Capella Choir: Intercollegiate 4-H PLISOWSKI, Ann: Kansas City: Functional Art Maior: Beta Alpha: SNEA: BSU: Houts Hosey Glee Club: Young Democrats: Off Campus House President POLLMAN, Robert L.: Saint Louis: Merchandising and Retailing: Phi Sigma Epsilon: General Business Club: Merchandising and Retailing Club: Vet's Organization PORTER, .Betty A.: Independence: Business Education: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: SGA, student court: AWS, representative: Sigma Kappa, recording secretary: Spring Sports Queen: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: Pi Omega Pi: Business Education Club: SNEA PORTER, Julia L.: Independence: Business Education: Dean's Honor Roll: Dormitory Council: Sigma Kappa: Class Officer, secretary-treasurer, vice president: Kappa gvrliirgann lElr:,L,PgNCExega Pi: Business Education Club: POTTER, Ronald: Butler: Functional Social Studies: Sigma Tau Gamma: IFC: Freshman Counselor: Social Dance Club: Student Center Committee . . . .. , - - - . !'i,i 2.5.3-2 1, ,seg weary 4545- c f-'vceeiwd - 'mga '-3 'L'-Af5.i4'.gpu:v:z:XJ:':,1A,f., .. -te' -- ev .a'.ii3:""Z..f?esrsS: S f ffiisfee POTTORFF, Donald D.: Green I mentary Education WELL, Alice J.: Kansas City: ggucation: Hall of Recognition: E Dean's Honor Roll: Alpha Phi De Phi Sigma: Kappa Delta Pi: Kapp Ion, ACE: IWA: SNEA: Chorus POWELL, Linda S.: Iberia: Educat PRICE, Meredith S.: Chillicothe: Education: Dormitory Council: E Hrs: oige president: ACE: SN Hosey Glee Club: Student Center PROCTOR, William R.: Braymer Administration: Tau Kappa Eps chandising and Retailing Club: ganization: Social Dance Club: publicans pUTNAM, Janice L.: Osceola: l Education: AWS, representative: Council: ACE: IWA, vice presidi urer: SNEA: UCCF: Student F Pqrty: International Relations Clul RAABE, Lea R.: Horton: Physical RADKE, Lowell V.: Toledo, Ohio: I RAMEY, James L.: Chilhowee: Ang, Dean's List: Acacia: Agricul industrial Arts Club: Social Dance RANDLE, Vincent L.: Kansas City: dising and Retailing: Sigma Tau Business Education Club: Genera Club: Merchandising and Retail Social Dance Club RAPP, Marianna: Sedalia: Social READER, Edna D.: Clinton: Elemer cation REAGIN, Cathy N.: Warrensburg, tary Education: Dean's List: A Delta: A Capella Choir: BSU REAGIN, James E.: Warrensburg: Dean's List: Sigma Zeta: BSU REID, Danny M.: Carrollton: Socic RENFROW, Louis A.: Chillicothe Studies: Hall of Recognition: Det SGA, executive council, assembly tory Council: STUDENT: Phi Sigma Mace and Torch: Prexy Club: Engl SNEA: A Capella Choir: Freshmc selor: Student Center Committee, dent Progressive Party: Young Dt Social Dance Club RENSHAW, Gary D.: Carrollton: and Mathematics: Alpha Kappa president: IFC: Prexy Club: Newm Your-g Democrats REYNOLDS, Larry A.: Warrensburg: Business: Tau Kappa Epsilon REYS, Robert E.: latan: Mathematic List: Dean's Honor Rall: Phi Sigma Kappa Mu Epsilon: Freshman C Gamma Delta: M Club: Tennis RICKMAN, John W.: Clinton: Accon RICKS, Clinton L.: Harrisonville: and Spanish RILEY, Brenda D.: Kansas City: D,ean's List: SGA: AWS, repre Sigma Sigma Sigma, treasurer: A Delta: Business Education Club: Club, treasurer: SNEA ROBERTSON, Raymond E.: Jenning: ISIYY: Kappa Sigma Kappa, corre SQCYGIGFY: Prexy Club: Sigma Zeta can Chemical Society, president, treasurer: Chorus ROGGE, Fred C.: Wellington: Econo ROMANCHUK, Judith R.: Lone Jo mentary- Education: Dormitory AlPha Sigma Alpha: Junior Class "eU5U"9": ACE: SNEA: Freshman O 1 f i. .Q . egff -' , I 7- 1, . 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I 1andising and Education ry Education: cial activities NEA: Chorus: uncil: Yeater ical Education: inal: Industrial :ice president: ng Democrats: ary Education: raphy Education Pies ork: English id English: Hall tor Roll: SGA. a Delta, second ' Club: Kappa esident: Sigma esident: SNEA: : OIA: Young Program: Var- nt pgy: Dormitory dent, historian: Club: Interna- tics and Chem- :s: Dean's List: tory Education: aresident: SNEA dising and Re- enic, treasurer: X: Student Pro- tics: Sigma Pi: ttary Education: 1: SNEA: Social ,griculture Education' I Phi Sigma Ep- Freshman Coun- I Club: Student s, vice president, Crescendo Club: Marching Band: 5 4-H onal Art Maior: ilee Club: Young M trchandising and Business Club: t's Organization iness Education: , student court: ording secretary: Alpha Phi Sigma: SNEA iness Education: : Sigma Kappa: aresident: Kappa Education Club: il Studies: Sigma r: Social Dance ,:,w7'TORFF, Donald D.: Green Ridge: Ele- ,gnmfy Education ,f.:,'5L:, Alice J.: Kansas City: Elementary -Qhwnon: Hall of Recognition: Dean's List: fo- Q Honor Roll: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha - 5,4-amp: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsi- V ACE: IWA: SNEA: Chorus ,-.,-:gLL, Lindo S.: Iberia: Education H5557 Meredith S.: Chillicothe: Elementary . mnion: Dormitory Council: Delta Zeta, ,N vice President: ACE: SNEA: Houts .MM Glee Club: Student Center Committee PROUOR, William R.: Braymer: Business Administration: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Mer- :mndising and Retailing Club: Vet's Or- ganization: Social Dance Club: Young Re- grublicans PUWAM, Janice L.: Osceola: Elementary Education: AWS, representative: Dormitory Council, ACE: IWA, vice president, treas- wer, SNEA: UCCF: Student Progressive pony, International Relations Club RAABE, Lea R.: Horton: Physical Education RADKE, Lowell V.: Toledo, Ohio: Psychology RAMEY, James L.: Chilhowee: Industrial Arts: Dean's List: Acacia: Agriculture Club: Industrial Arts Club: Social Dance Club RANDLE, Vincent L.: Kansas City: Merchan- dising and Retailing: Sigma Tau Gamma: Business Education Club: General Business Club, Merchandising and Retailing Club: Social Dance Club RAPP, Marianna: Sedalia: Social Science READER, Edna D.: Clinton: Elementary Edu- cation REAGIN, Cathy N.: Warrensburg: Elemen- tary Education: Dean's List: Alpha Phi Delta: A Capella Choir: BSU REAGIN, James E.: Warrensburg: History: Dean's List: Sigma Zeta: BSU REID, Danny M.: Carrollton: Social Studies RENFROW, Louis A.: Chillicothe: Social Studies: Hall of Recognition: Dean's List: SGA, executive council, assembly: Dormi- tory Council: STUDENT: Phi Sigma Epsilon: Mace and Torch: Prexy Club: English Club: SNEA: A Capella Choir: Freshman Coun- selor: Student Center Committee, key: Stu- dent Progressive Party: Young Democrats: Social Dance Club RENSHAW, Gary D.: Carrollton: Physics and Mathematics: Alpha Kappa Lambda, president: IFC: Prexy Club: Newman Club: Young Democrats REYNOLDS, Larry A.: Warrensburg: General Business: Tau Kappa Epsilon IIEYS, Robert E.: latan: Mathematics: Dean's list: Dean's Honor Roll: Phi Sigma Epsilon: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Freshman Counselor: Gamma Delta: M Club: Tennis RICKMAN, John W.: Clinton: Accounting RICKS, Clinton L.: Harrisonville: German andSpanish RILEY, Brenda D.: Kansas City: English: Dean's List: SGA: AWS, representative Sigma Sigma Sigma, treasurer: Alpha Phi Delta- Business Education Club En lish 1 I 9 Club, treasurer: SNEA ROBERTSON, Raymond E.: Jennings: Chem- istry: Kappa Sigma Kappa, corresponding secretary: Prexy Club: Sigma Zeta: Ameri- can Chemical Society, president, secretary treasurer: Chorus IIOGGE, Fred C.: Wellington: Economics ROMANCHUK, Judith R.: Lone Jack: Ele- mentary Education: Dormitory Council: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Junior Class secretary 'reasurer: ACE: SNEA: Freshman Counselor lf' ,xx ., ' : ' H , fig I fe. 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A V 'V 3 77. j'.jt.f!5,5 ' v Q., fix 41' Y I we ' J ,...,. , , 'MU V :N, ur-flaw :f9f""3'315f e9fs:3.-f'f .s?'f'+ le-?E?'Q5335'5r:'?'Q". r' " "L:5.q+,erlf:4f"F11 es RUCKER, J d'th E., Kansas City, Vocational Home Econ- omics- AVl7S,I Dormitory Council, Alpha Gamma Delta: RHETOR attendant, Pan Hellenic Council, PrexY Clllbi Kappa Omicron Phi, president, You ng Republicans RUSSELL, Delta Mae, Sedalia, Elementary Education and Spanish, Dean's List, Alpha Phi Delt ACE, SNEA a, Alpha Phi Sigma, RYLAND, Dortha H., Odessa, Elementary Education SALLEE, Reta F., Salem, Vocational Home Economics, Colhecon Club, SNEA ., ,., ,bv 1 SAMPLE, Donna L., lonia, Vocational Home Economics, Colhecon Club, SNEA SANDY, Kenneth D., Jr., Kidder, Agriculture and Biology, Dean's list, Dean's Honor Roll, Kappa Sigma Kappa, Delta Tau Alpha, Agriculture Club SCHABERG, Kim S., Wellington, Physical Education SCHMITT, James R., Sedalia, Merchandising and Retail- ing, Sigma Tau Gamma, Barristers, Merchandising and Retailing Club, Vet's Organization, Newman Club, Young Democrats SCHNEIDER, James L., Chillicothe, Political Science, SGA, vice president, executive council, iustice on Student Su- preme Court, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Mace and Torch, Pi Kappa Delta, treasurer, Newman Club, Student Center Committee, Young Democrats, Student Faculty Talent Show, CMSC Players, Debate Team' SCHNORF, Jerry L., Creighton, Mathematics, Dean's Honor Roll, SNEA, Freshman Counselor SCHRIMSHER, Charles W., Holden, Social Science, SNEA, Wesley Foundation SCHWENSEN, Chris L., Warrensburg, Merchandising and Retailing, Kappa Sigma Kappa, General Business Club, Outing Club, Canterbury Club, Social Dance Club SEAVEY, Thomas B., Jr., Kansas City, Merchandising and Retailing SECORA, Millard H., Knob Noster, Biology: SNEA, Col- legiate Band, Marching Band, Vet's Organization SEE, Earl E., Odessa, Drama and History, Hall of Rec- ognition, Dean's list, Dean's Honor Roll, SGA, president, assembly, Dormitory Council, Tau Kappa Epsilon, presi- dent, IFC, Mace and Torch, vice president, Prexy Club, Alpha Phi Sigma, SNEA, Freshman Counselor, OIA, Honors Program, student chairman, Theta Alpha Phi, president, CMSC Players, president, Varsity Forensics, Essig Troupe SELLARS, James D., Independence, Sociology, Dormitory Council, Alpha Kappa Lambda, IFC, SNEA, Freshman Counselor, Liahona Fellowship, OIA, Young Democrats, vice president, treasurer SETTLES, Joyce C., Kansas City, Elementary Education, Dormitory Council, Delta Zeta, SNEA, Student Center Committee, Student Progressive Party SHAFER, Hester T., Kingsville, Elementary Education, Dean's Honor Roll, ACE, SNEA SHAFER, Nancy J., Independence, Home Economics, Hall of Recognition, AWS, secretary, Dormitory Council, vice president, Sigma Kappa, treasurer, Colhecon Club, presi- dent, Freshman Counselor SHARPE, Sandra J., Lee's Summit, Social Studies, Sigma Sigma Sigma, corresponding secretary, English Club, SNEA, Freshman Counselor, Wesley Foundation, Fresh- man Talent Show, Yeater Todd Glee Club, Student Pro- gressive Party SHIPLEY, Sandra A., Drexel, Vocatio Hall of Recognition, Dean's list, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, SNEA SHIPP, Sara S., Windsor, Home Recognition, Dean's List, Dormitory nal Home Economics, Dean's Honor Roll, Kappa Omicron Phi, Economics, Hall of Council, Delta Zeta, vice president, Alpha Phi Delta, Prexy Club, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Omicron Phi, president, Colhecon Club, SNEA, Concert Band, BSU, Freshman Talent Show SHREEVES, Jerry D., Warrensburg, Merchandising and Retailing, Dean's List, Merchandising and Retailing Club SIRKUS, Morton S., University City, Social Studies, Dean's List, Dormitory Council, M Club, Varsity Track, Inter- national Relations Club, vice president, Young Democrats SILOAN, Charlene D., Parkville, Music, Dormitory Coun- cll, Crescendo Club, SNEA, Concert Band, Marching Band, College Orchestra, Chorus, A Capella Choir, BSU, SCA, CMSC Madrigal Singers, Drama SMITH, Barbara A., Warrensburg, Social Studies, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Phi Sigma, SNEA SMITH. Carol A., Buckner, Music, Hall of Recognition, Defm S LIST: Dean's Honor Roll, Dormitory Council, Alpha Ph'.DelIC'i Alpha Phu. Sigma, Crescendo Club, SNEA, Col- legiate QUHCI: Marching Band, A Capella Choir, Liahona Fellowship? Yeater .Todd Glee Club, Madrigal Singers, Kappa Delta Pr, Phu Kappa Lambda SMITH, Clint R., Crosstimbers, Elementary Education D 'd M,, Independence, Ec: sMLrI32,,-yavgjouncil General Busines Doha' Dance Club, International R QIA, Young Democrats SMITH, Jo Ann: Windsor, English SMITH, Kathryn A., Centerview, Ele EdUcUfIOI'l SMITH, Mabel F., Odessa, Elementa cation:ACE 4 SMITH, Virginia L, Elementary Ed ACE? SNEA, Marching Band, Young ms L L clflh I SQN, rry ., I owee, n ic,JLLLHDegn's llilonor Roll, Acacia, I dustiial Arts Club, SNEA, Freshmar Selo,-I Wesley Foundation, OIA, You publicans SOPER, Linda R., Independence, Ele: Education 5OpH, Gary D., Lee's Summit, I 559,-na Tau Gamma 5pARKS, Ruth A., Braymer, Elementa union, Hall of Recognition, Dean's Roll.-SGA, assembly, AWS, represe Dormitory Council, Sigma Kappa, dent, executive council, RHETOR Que didate, Pan Hellenic Council, Prexy ACE, SNEA, Freshman Counselor Dressed Girl candidate, Student Committee: OIA SPILLMAN, Wesley B., Independent cial Studies SPIVA, B tty A., Warrensburg, Sec Science, Business Education Club, Band STAFFEN, Sandra L., Nevada, Com Art, Dean's List, Dean's Honor RHETOR, art director, Alpha Phi Alpha Phi Sigma, Beta Alpha, lnl Arts Club, Social Dance Club STANSBURY, Melinda G., Sedalia, l tary Education, SNEA, Chorus, Foundation, Social Dance Club STEELE, William H., Independence, M dising and Retailing STEGALL, Ronald G., Higginsville, l Student Minister Fellowship, Dean's Roll STEINKUEHLER, Willard W., Sweet 1 Biology, Dean's List, American C Society, SNEA, Vet's Organization Young Democrats STEPLEN, John B., Harrisonville, I Phi Sigma Epsilon STEVENS, Betty A., Butler, Elemental cation, SNEA, Chorus, BSU STEVENS, Gerald R., Kansas City, and Merchandising, Tau Kappa Epsilr president, Varsity Basketball, Popul candidate, Merchandising and R1 Club, Social Dance Club STOCKTON, Judith L., Warrensburg, cal Education, Hall of Recognition: List, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Phi Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, pri PEM Club, president, WRA, A 1 Choir, Freshman Talent Show, 0 Alpha Lambda Delta STONE, Karen A., Union, Home Eco Dean's Honor Roll, Dormitory I Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Phi Kappa Omicron Phi, Colhecon Club, Chorus, Freshman Counselor STRATTON, Donald R., Sedalia, matics and Chemistry, RHETOR, Al Chemical Society, Sigma Pi, social man STRATTON, Ronald L., Sedalia, Math and Chemistry, RHETOR, America Cl Society, Collegiate Band, Sigma Pi, tary STRINGFELLOW, Suzanne A., Kansa Elementary Education, AWS, Do Council, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pan I Council, ACE, SNEA, Home Hoses Club, Student Center Committee, 1 Progressive Party, OIA STROUD, Marilyn L., Independence, l' I'-VY Education uv.. al Home Econ- Gamma Delta, Prexy Club, oublicans Education and ha Phi Sigma, clucation e Economics, me Economics, e and Biology, Sigma Kappa, ducatron g and Retail- handisrng and in Club Young l Science, SGA, on Student Su- and Torch, Pi Center Talent Dean's SNEA, chandrsing and Business Club, ance Club chandtstng and IY SNEA, Col- Hall of Rec- ,GA president, Epsilon presi- it Prexy Club, xunselor OTA, ta Alpha Phi, rsity Forensics, ogy Dormitory 'lEA Freshman ing Democrats, ary Education, Student Center ary Education, conomrcs, Hall y Council, vice on Club presi- Studtes Sigma English Club, adation Fresh- 3 Student Pro- ome Economics, s Honor Roll, a Omicron Phi, :mics Hall of crl Delta Zeta, lub Alpha Phi Colhecon Club, handlslng and Retailing Club Studies Dean's y Track Inter- aung Democrats ormitory Coun- and Marching lla Choir, BSU, Studies Dean's of Recognition, Council Alpha ub SNEA, Col- Chair Liohona drigal Singers, y Education .Im David M., Independence, Economics, ,,,,,,,,,,y Council General Business Club, 'Ui Dance Club, lnternational Relations .V QIA, Young Democrats . fu Jo Ann, Windsor, English .,,iTi1, Kathryn A., Centerview, Elementary ,muon .mr Mabel F., Odessa, Elementary Edu- ,,n ACE ,.'i-i Virginia L., Elementary Education, 1, .SNEA, Marching Band, Young Demo- i. .,,iiYriSON, Larry L., Chilhowee, Industrial JL,-3- Dean's Honor Roll, Acacia, IFC, ln- 'iustrtul Arts Club, SNEA, Freshman Coun- my Wesley Foundation, OIA, Young Re- wblicons SOPER, Linda R., Independence, Elementary Education SOPH, Gary D., Lee's Summit, History, gggma Tau Gamma SMRKS, Ruth A., Braymer, Elementary Edu- raglan, Hall of Recognition, Dean's Honor i,0,l,'SGA, assembly, AWS, representative, Dmmitgry Council, Sigma Kappa, presi- dent, executive council, RHETOR Queen can- didate, Pan Hellenic Council, Prexy Club, ACE, SNEA, Freshman Counselor, Best Dressed Girl candidate, Student Center Committee? OTA SPILLMAN, Wesley B., Independence, So- cial Studies 5plVA, Betty A., Warrensburg, Secretarial Science, Business Education Club, Concert Band STAFFEN, Sandra L., Nevada, Commercial Art, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, RHETOR, art director, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Beta Alpha, lndustrial Arts Club, Social Dance Club STANSBURY, Melinda G., Sedalia, Elemen- tary Education, SNEA, Chorus, Wesley Foundation, Social Dance Club STEELE, William H., Independence, Merchan- dising and Retailing STEGALL, Ronald G., Higginsville, English, Student Minister Fellowship, Dean's Honor Roll STEINKUEHLER, Willard W., Sweet Springs, Biology, Dean's List, American Chemical Society, SNEA, Vet's Organization, OIA, Young Democrats STEPLEN, John B., Harrisonville, History, Phi Sigma Epsilon STEVENS, Betty A., Butler, Elementary Edu- cation, SNEA, Chorus, BSU STEVENS, Gerald R., Kansas City, Retail and Merchandising, Tau Kappa Epsilon, vice president, Varsity Basketball, Popular Buy candidate, Merchandising and Retailing Club, Social Dance Club STOCKTON, Judith L., Warrensburg, Physi- cal Education, Hall of Recognition, Dean's list, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, president, PEM Club, president, WRA, A Capella Choir, Freshman Talent Shaw, Orchesis, Alpha Lambda Delta STONE Karen A.- Union- Home Economics Dean's Honor Roll, Dormitory Council Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta Kappa Omicron Phi- Colhecon Club- SNEA Chorus- Freshman Counselor STRATTON Donald R.- Sedalia- Mathe matics and Chemistry, RHETOR, American Chemical Society, Sigma Pi, social chair man STRATTON Ronald l.- Sedalia- Mathematics and Chemistry, RHETOR, America Chemical Society, Collegiate Band, Sigma Pi, secre ar STRINGFELLOW, Suzanne A., Kansas City Elementary Education, AWS, Dormitory Council: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pan Hellenic Council: ACE, SNEA, Houts Hosey Glee Club, Student Center Committee- Student Progressive Party, OIA mount Marilyn L., Independence, Elemen- 'UW Education Qt wr, ,I 1 t 'li l J E in 67' Vrgz, F 4 A ,.. 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Alpha Phi Sigma, Ki Pi, vice president, Sigma Tau De Club, treasurer, A Capella Choir Talent Show WELLS, Curtis W., Kansas City, I ing and Retailing, Dean's Honor Assembly, Sigma Tau Gamma, IFC, Prexy Club, Merchandising 1 ing Club, A Capella Choir, Stl gressive Party WESTERBERG, Barbara A., Oak 1 mentary Education, Dormitory SNEA, Marching Band, Chorus WHITE, Marva J., Centralia, Phj cation WHITE, Robert O., Amity, Physi tion WHITE, William D., Blue Spring matics WHITEMAN, Robert S., Warrensbi Science WILSON, Harold K., Windsor, lno WILLIAMS, Allen E., Warernsburi Dean's Honor Roll, Dormitory Sigma Tau Gamma WILLIAMS, Anita L., Hamilton Education, Hall of Recognition, SI Key, Assembly, secretary, AWS, I tive, Sigma Kappa, first vice Miss School Spirit, Pan-Hellenic, Delta: Prexy Club, PEM Club, SN mon Counselor, Canterbury Clt dept: SCA, vice president, Religit asus Week, Todd Hall Glee Club WI'-I-IAM5, Gary K., Kansas City, WILLIAMS, Helen C., Denver, Colo me"IUY Education, Dean's Ho SNEA, Chorus, SGA WILLIAMS, Judith G., Oak Grow 'WY Education, SNEA, Chorus, B4 dent Union and Education Education: Honor Fresh- Glee Club, his- Tau Delta, Sigma Epsilon ry Education -S usiness Educa- ETUDENT: Busi- Student Center r Cosmopolitan tccobnting Club ical Education: .ical Education: Educators Club, seball gn Languages: lub, vice presl- Y ss: Dean's List: :neral Business ucation: Dormi- iness Education Iounselor: BSU: 'hi Sigma Epsi- Counselor ish Business ematics 3 and Retailing Merchandising Education: Psy- asis cal Education: Newman Club: ss ntary Education .1 AL ER, Ar ee E., Maryville, Vocational ,me Economics ,t.tKER, Charles E.: Lee's Summit: English .ALKER, Imogene L.: Cameron: Elementary --N-ration, Prexy Club: ACE: SNEA: Home- I.-nng Queen candidate .,ALKER, Judith L.: Independence: Elemen- , Education: Todd Hall Council: Delta 120, ACE: SNEA: Dolphins: Student Center igmmittee NALKER, Shirley L.: Blue Springs: Speech Wd Spanish: Hall of Recognition: SGA, As- tembly: Dormitory Council, Todd Hall presi- dent, vice president: Sigma Kappa, Citizen- Ship Award, social chairman: Prexy Club: Modern Foreign Language Club, president: WEA, Freshman Counselor: Freshman Tal- en, ghgw: Student Center Committee, pub- Iicity chairman: Yeater Todd Glee Club: Orchesis: TV Campus Camera WALTERS, Anna B.: Kansas City: Elementary Education: ACE: SNEA: Chorus: Houts Hosey Glee Club WALTERS, Wanda M.: Sedalia: Mathe- mugigs: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Mu Epsilon: SNEA: Baptist Student Union WALTON, Dennis L.: Lincoln: Industrial Arts WARD, Ransom: Independence: Physical Education WARNOCK, Sally C.: Independence: Span- g,hi Alpha Phi Delta: Women's Recreational Association: Liahona Fellowship: Dolphins: Young Democrats: Orchesis: Modern Dance Club: The Di Shallys WASHBURN, David A.: Versailles: Merch- andising and Retailing: Merchandising and Retailing CIUIJ WASHBURN, Paul T.: Versailles: Merch- undising and Retailing: Merchandising and Retailing CIUID WEAVER, Patricia A.: Sweet Springs: Eng- Iish: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: Kappa Delta Pi, vice president: Sigma Tau Delta: English' Club, treasurer: A Capella Choir: Freshman Talent Show WELLS, Curtis W.: Kansas City: Merchandis- ing and Retailing: Dean's Honor Roll: SGA, Assembly: Sigma Tau Gamma, president: IFC: Prexy Club: Merchandising and Retail- ing Club: A Capella Choir: Student Pro- gressive Party WESTERBERG, Barbara A.: Oak Grove: Ele- mentary Education: Dormitary Council: SNEA: Marching Band: Chorus WHITE, Marva J.: Centralia: Physical Edu- cation WHITE, Robert O.: Amity: Physical Educa- tion WHITE, William D,: Blue Springs: Mathe- matics WHITEMAN, Robert S.: Warrensburg: Social Science WILSON, Harold K.: Windsor: Industrial Art WILLIAMS, Allen E.: Warernsburg: Physics: Daan's Honor Roll: Dormitory Council: Sigma Tau Gamma WILLIAMS, Anita L.: Hamilton: Physical Education: Hall of Recognition: SGA, Honor Key, Assembly, secretary: AWS, representa- tive: Sigma Kappa, first vice president: Miss School Spirit: Pan-Hellenic: Alpha Phi Delta: Prexy Club: PEM Club: SNEA: Fresh- man Counselor: Canterbury Club, presi- dent: SCA, vice president: Religious Emph- asis Week: Todd Hall Glee Club WILLIAMS, Gary K.: Kansas City: English WILLIAMS, Helen C.: Denver, Colorado: Ele- mentay Education: Dean's Honor Roll: SNEA: Chorus: SGA WILLIAMS, Judith G.: Oak Grove: Elemen- tary Education: SNEA: Chorus: Baptist Stu- dent Union ff... wt... , af Q fx - I X , I 5 5 5? 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I WISDOM, Virginia G.: Warsaw: Business Education: Dean's Honor Roll: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: Business Education Club: SNEA: Alpha Lambda Delta WISEMAN, Larry D.: Kansas City: Economics: Dean's List: Dean's Honor Roll: SGA, Executive Council, Student Court: Tau Kappa Epsilon, chaplain: Mace and Torch: Freshman Counselor WITT, Mary E.: Warrensburg: Elementary Education WOIRHAYE, Patricia Anne: Warsaw: Elementary Educa- tion: Dormitory Council: Sigma Sigma Sigma, vice presl- dent: Pan-Hellenic Council: ACE: SNEA: Freshman Coun- selor WOODRUFF, Dwight B.: Ceres, California: Social Science WOODS, Kenneth: Bolivar: History: BSU WOOLLEY, H. Patrick: Kansas City: Biology: Dormitory Council: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Freshman Counselor: Canter- bury Club, vice president: Social Dance Club WORMSLEY, William M.: Polo: History: BSU WRIGHT, David E.: Warrensburg: Business Administration WRIGHT, Virginia L.: Kansas City: Elementary Educa- tion: AWS, representative: Dormitory Council: RHETOR: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Pan Hellenic Council: SNEA: Fresh- man Counselor: Social Dance Club: Student Center Com- mittee: OIA YEAGER, Gaylen A.: Warrensburg: Industrial Arts: Aca- cia, choplain: Crescendo Club: Industrial Arts Club, treasurer: SNEA: Chorus: A Cappela Choir: BSU YESSEN, Carl R.: Sedalia: Social Studies YORK, James A.: Kansas City: Merchandising and Retail- ing: Alpha Kappa Lambda: IFC: Prexy Club: Barristers: OIA: Inter Campus Liaison Committee: SGA Assembly YOUNG, Floyd J., Jr.: Lee's Summit: Chemistry: Sigma Pi: American Chemical Society: Liohona Fellowship YOUNG, Harold W.: Chillicothe: Industrial Arts: Dormi- tory Council: Alpha Kappa Lambda: Industrial Arts Club, vice president: SNEA: Gamma Delta: Social Dance Club: OIA DAVIS, Donald L.: Kansas City: Physical Education: Alpha Kappa Lambda LANGE, Donald E.: Sedalia: Industrial Arts ROBERTS, Ronald R.: Lee's Summit: General Business STONE, Edith M.: Leeton: Business Education Parents' Day means, among other things, Pl d F9454 l"",fQ,. 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C' 1- 5-1 -XP .bf 42 I 542 sw., 122 I4 I ' BRYANT Marcia I BUCKLES Beverlee 3 BUCKLEY Vlvlon I BUEKER Elizabeth I BUEKHOLDER Barbara I BUESING Wlllls BUHR Roger I BUHRKUHL Fredrick I BUIE Charles I BUKATY Jeanine I BULTEMEIER Charles I BUNYAR Judy I BUNYAR Mary I BURCH Andrew BURCH Mary I BURCH Monte I BURFORD Dale 2 BURGDORF Bonnie 3 BURGENGER Dan 2 BURGESS Karin 2 BURGESS Ronald I BURK Glenda 3 BURKETT Carl BURKS Evelyn BURNFIN Tom BURNS Judith BURNS Ralph 2 BURNS Sharon BURNS Shirley 2 BURNS Suzan I BURRUS Harold I BURSON Carolyn 2 BURTIN Marylln BURTON Arthur 3 BURWELL Antoinette I BUSBY William 3 BUSCH Janet I BUSCH Larna I BUSHNELL Jo Anne 3 BUSSELL Michael 3 BUTCHER Jerry 2 BUTTERMORE Ann I BYBEE Richard I CACIOPPO Alex I CADLE John I CADORETTE Arthur I CALDWELL Alan I CALDWELL Lonnie I CALDWELL Raymond 2 CALFAS Ronny I CALLAHAN Michael I CALLIS Larry 3 CALLOWAY Gwendolyn 2 CALVERT Robert 3 CAMERON Alfred I CAMERON M ril 2 CAMPBELL Elaine 3 CAMPBELL Jane 3 CAMPBELL Nancy I CAMPBELL Rebecca I CAMPBELL Sondra 3 CANATSEY Dennis I CANNING Richard I CANNON l 's 3 CANTERBURY Wanda CAPELL W'lIiam I CARDER John I CARDER Ronald I CARENEN David 2 CARLSON Kenneth I C. - ..m4.- .e,.-.....-.. H, , , CARR, CARRE CARSC CARTE CARTE CARVI CARVI CARVE CASE, CASE, CASEB CASEY CASH. CASTU CATOI CATRC CATRC CAWEI CAWTI CECIL, CHAFF CHAMI CHAMI CHANI CHAO, CHAPA CHAP CHAP CHAP CHAP CHAP CHEEV CHICK, CHILDJ CHILE CHIPM CHITTY' CHMEL CHOUH CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CLARD CLARK CLARK CLARK CLARK CLARK CLARK CLARK CLARK CLARY CLASB CLAXT CLAY, CLEAR CLEME CLEME CLEM CLEVE CLIFT, CLOTH CLOUD CARR, Glennon I CARREL, Jerry I ' CARSON, David 2 , 'Y CARTER, Mary 3 5 , CARTER, Ronnie 3 1 CARVER, Elizabeth 3 CARVER, James 'I CARVER, Margery I CASE, Gary I CASE, Jacqueline I CASEBIER, Kala I ,. - CASEY Michael 'I ,I ., I CASH Kenneth 3 ,,, X ' CASTOR, Betty 1 ' CATONI, Juan 1 ' CARPEGGIANI, Renato I ha 1 li, wg CATRON, JO Ellen 3 W , 'F 4 'ami CATRON, Linda I CAWEIN, Valerie I ' 1 vi CAWTHON, Glenna 2 I' v-' 5 CECII., Betty I ' , Last anxious moment of enrollment .1 ,Q 4. Q Fifth K -4 . ,- C , aa L? ,, CHAFFIN, Richard I ' 1,11 z , f CHAMBERLAIN, Barbara 3 'S'-L, " 'Ll CHAMBERS, John I I 1 , A Q qm, CHANEY, Martha 1 if 'f CHAO, Ros CHAPMAN CHAPMAN CHAPMAN CHAPMAN CHAPPELL,' CHAPPLE, Doris 1 CHEEVER, Donald I CHICK, William 2 CHILDRESS, Betty 2 A ' - CHILES, Ronald 2 g, CHIPMAN, Dixie 2 CHITTY, Michealyn I ' CHMELIR, Patricia I CHOUGH, Dong 2 ' CHRISMAN, I. Jane I ' CHRISMAN, James 3 CHRISMAN, Stephen 3 CHRISTOPHER, sidhay 3 CLARDY, Winston 'I CLARK, Abner 2 - .- CLARK, jahzxhhz 3 'f CLARK, a h A CLARK, Karen I Q A I CLARK, Linda 3 L- --ff Dennis I ' f - j 4 Et il 'IP 4 Q 5 cz L 5- 1' f 'S-' W5 ' "1 fair I at 5, CLARK, Roberto 2 ia Y- CLARK, Ronald 2 L? ,. "TI CLARK, Sue I CLARY, Michael 2 .Q ' ' cLAseEY,zala 2 . --- CLAXTON, Bolian 2 - CLAY, Virginia 2 CLEAR, John I CLEMENS, Lois 2 CLEMENT, Larry I CLEMONS, Robert I CLEVENGER, Clayton, Jr. I CLIFT, Lyle 2 CLOTHIER, Patricia I CLOUD, Marilyn 2 V ! s I ll t J' 4 ' av- vs A- ' --C, RI ,Ha , . a eg A inn . 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Robert 3 COFFMAN, Lynn I COKER, Ross 3 COLE, Dennis I COLE, Leona 3 COLE, Marilyn I COLE, Mildred 3 COLE, Nancy 'l COLEMAN, Gary I COLEMAN, Michael I COLLIER, Paul 'I COLLIER, Sharon I COLSON, Jerry I COLSTER, Jerry 2 CONE, Roberta I CONNELLY, Theodore I CONNOLE, Alan I CONWAY, Carl 2 COOK, John I COOK, Linda 2 COOK, Patricia 2 COOK, Sandra I COOM, Dale 3 COOMBE, Carol I COOMBES, Robert I COONLEY, Patrick 2 COONS, James I COONS, John 1 COOPER, Dennis 'I COOPER, Glenda I COOPER, Thomas 'I COPAS, Larry I COPELAND, Dolores 2 COPELAND, Leslie 2 COPP, Dick I CORDER, Carl 3 CORDREY, Carole 2 CORNELIUS, Elizabeth 'I CORNELL, Howard I CORNISH, Verle 3 CORRISTON, Ronald 'l CORSON, Gordon 3 COTT, Donald 2 COTTER, Ronald 3 COUCH, Charles I COUGHENOUR, James I COULTER, Marylin 2 COURTOIS, James 2 COURTRIGHT, Steve 2 COVEY, Nedra 3 COWARD, Carrie 3 COWHERD, Daniel I COX, Dorothy 2 COX, Dorothy 3 COX, Elbert I COX, James 'I COX, Jane 2 COX, Larry 3 COX, Linda 2 COX, Nancy 'l COX, Randolph 'I COX, Robert 3 COX, William 2 CRAIG, Carol 3 CRAIG, Delores 3 CRA CRA CRA CRA CRA CRA CRA CRA CRA CRA CRA CRA CRE CRE CRE CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRC CRU CUL CUP CUP CUE CUII CUIi CUE CUE CZY DA! DAI DAI DAI D'A DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAI DAN DAN DAN DAN DAN DAN DAI CRANE, Carol I CRANE, James I CRANFORD, Glenn I CRANK, Carol 2 CRAVEN, Dora 3 CRAVENS, Kenneth I CRAWFORD, Alice 2 CRAWFORD, Doris 3 CRAWFORD, CRAWFORD CRAWFORD, CRAWFORD 1 9 CREECH, Edd I CREEL, Elizabeth I CRETZMEYER, Elizabeth I CROCKETT, Kenneth 3 CROMLEY, Barbara I CROOK, Barbara I CROOKS, Alvin 2 CROSS, Alana I CROSS, Eva I CROSS, Judy I CROSS, Sharon I CROUCH, Elberta 3 CROUTHERS, Jerry 2 CROWE, Jack 2 CRUZ, Augustine I CULP, Anna Marie 3 CUNNINGHAM, Lloyd 3 CUNNINGHAM, Shirley I CURRIE, Glenda I CURTIS, Bill I CURTIS, Gary I CUSICK, Lura 3 CUSTER, Ronald I CZYZEWSKI, Eugene I DAGLEY, Dixie 2 DAILEY, Ladonna I DAILEY, Margaret I DALE, Donna 3 D'ALESIO, Jim 3 DANIEL, Barbara I DANIELS, Joseph 2 DANIELS, Larry 2 DANIELS, Peter 2 DANNALDSON, Gary I DANNELS, Karen I DARLING, Rebecca 2 DARNELL, Stanley I DAUBENSPECK, Alfred I DAUGHERTY, Ray I DAUGHERTY, Ruth 3 DAVIDSON, Barbara 3 DAVIDSON, Thomas 2 DAVIS, Charles 2 DAVIS, Cletus I DAVIS, Ilah 3 DAVIS, James 2 DAVIS, John 2 DAVIS, John R. I DAVIS, Larry I DAVIS, Marcile I DAVIS, Patricia I DAVIS, Robert 2 I bm va., 1-ws--. -gays, not least, in enrollment line- CR IG Jm I CRAIG .Io n I CRAIG Madge 2 CRAIG Marlon I x CRAIGHEAD Ruby I CRANDAL, Donna ' S? X , ,se I -'-' 1 1' I ' I QI A f n ,' ,QQ K , , 1:1 ti , X 3-B 3 at I ' " ' :H R ' f 6' I "il . 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DOOLITTLE, Linda I DORNAN, James 'I ' DORSEY, Bernard I f DORWARD, Janice 'I ., - DOUGLASS, Alcoradia 2 X G I A iv- r F DorsoN, David 3 . "ff ' 1' X' yr ' U DOVER, Paul 1 DowLER, Loreife 1 , DOWNARD, Michael 3 ,Q ,- i M 4 , ,E DOWNING, Donald 2 1 QQ i r - on K DOWNING, Thomas 2 V - DOWNS, Gary l " ' '," DRAPER, Donna 3 DREW, Margie 'l 97 . I, 0 DRIEMEYER, Denny 1 , J' ' r-, Q 1 ex DRIEMEYER, Terry 2 , , 5: 3 'K DRITT, Barbara 3 Q " ' "' ' -' DRIVER, Janice 1 I- " " .f ' 13 'v A DRIVER, Karen 3 ,,, DRUMMOND, Kofhy 2 , Y i f y r-1 . DRUMMOND, Ron 3 DucHEsNE, Nanci 1 2. 1 , , .e ll AKA DUFFETT, James 1 1' DUFFIELD, Sharon 3 A - DUFFY, Donald 1 . , 4 -,e 3 DUGGAN, Kathleen 3 - oy, , G4 DUGGER, Joy 3 . N7 , . DUGGER, Lorelei 1 'fr Q , DUNCAN, Allan 2 A q- f ' DUNCAN, Dale 2 f 23' ,111 -. 'f f ' L ' l l . DUNCAN, Leland 3 DUNCQN, Puirlcla 2 n DUND S, Dennis l ,' , - DUNDAS, Wallace 3 7' 'F ' Y , DUNHAM, John 1 -' 43:5 V -sv 1- 1 - DUNHAM, Katherine 2 1 ' ' DUNHAM, Lanny 3 DUNHAM, Roe 'l ' ' je 'Y A 1 'Q l ,, lj. Q ' 4 7' r 1 4 I ' DUNHAM, Ronald 1 K DUNHAM, Shirley 2 M 4 -1 2 DUNKIN, Jerry 2 " 'F -X " W' . 4 ,S . DUNN, Donald 1 " 5, - . A - .Yv- f' 1 DuNNlNo, Roherr 2 R DUNNINGTON, sondro 1 DUNNING, George 'I DUNN, Mildred 3 -e- F ' DUNSHEE, Jacqueline 'I . DUPY, Michael 1 i, Q ,-eel, DURRILL, Sandra 2 - "G Q 4 ve ff 7 ... DURST, Eileen 2 , -A , 4 DuvAL1, Earl 13 1 N 1 i - - DYCHE, Lorna ' DYER, Alice 3 ' A, EARP, Rila 1 1 , 1, A 5 l f l 1 5 EBERTING, Fred 3 "' , - 4 7 EBERTING, Richard I - ' EBERWEIN, Tony 3 , , f' ' . ' T-V 1 l V 1 EASTON, Beverly 1 J ,,, 4: , ,N ECK, Cl rence l ' , ECKERLE Jeanette 1 ' EclcERr, Carla 3 A . . Eclcldorr, Kenneth 2 JY N xg EDDE, Betty l EDDY, Barrie 1 - EDWARDS, Lorraine l Q - , ,J 'So EDWARDS, Stella I ' ,.. 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Bo 3 LYON, Carol I LY N Lois I LYNN Shirley I MAC PHERSON Donald 2 MC ALISTE Doyne MC ALLISTER Frd 'I MC BEE Jimmie I MC BROOM George 2 MC CAIN Charles I MC CAMMON, Judilh 2 MC CARTHY, Bonnie I MC CLAIN Evalyn I MC CLARY James I MC CLENDON, David 2 MC CLURE, James 3 MC MC I MC I MC I MC MC I MC I MC I MC I MC I MC I MC I MAI MAII MAE MAE MAD MAC MAII MAII MAJ MAJ MAJ' MAI. MAL MAL MAL MAI. MAB MAP MAR MAR MAR' MAR MAR MAR' MAR' MAR MAR, MAR 'lid' Bb.. 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MIDDLESWORTH, Elinor 1 I MIDDLETON, Ralph I 'T' MILBURN, Glenn 1 ef' - MILES, Martha 3 - MILHOLLAND, Samuel 2 Y' " MILLARD, Wayne 2 i' I1 r - ,. L L5 MILLER, Barbara l MILLER, Dathg 2 MILLER, Davi I MILLER, Dorothy 1 4 . f' , 'E if 4 " I MILLER, Gay 2 . J'j MILLER, Gerald I , -re-rj if MILLER, Glen 3 ,, L In MILLER, Harry 1 12 11 iz I - MILLER, Herbert 3 MILLER, Jane 3 gt, MILLER, Marilyn I ' J 3' C' x Q MILLER, Mary I I, 1 ,.- " I - I MILLER, Mary 2 ,f J -vi C- J.. ' . MILLER, Richard 2 M' ' L I ,e . ' MILLER, Robert 3 . -ff' MILLER, Roger I 141 5 1 I MILLER, Susanne I MILLER, Tiny 3 I ' , 0,1 g LL R, omas f , ,, N MILLER, Walter 1 " ,F 'V - , 4 .f'- , MINKS, Melinda 3 'X 5' ' C I ,' MINNIEAR, Rodney I " T3 ' ' MINTHORN, Ivan 3 EM , MINTHORN, John 3 Jig- -I' f MIRIKITANI, Ronald I MITCHELL, Charlotte 2 MITCHELL, Dennis I MITCHELL, Floy I 1' MITCHELL, Harold 3 MITCHENER, James I MITTIE, MOBERLY, Jere I , ,, . Q-v 4"'7 ill . IW I . x - pv- N Larry I 'SV , , I' E Mocx, John 1 , MOCKOBEY, Tom I MOFFITT, Gene 2 ' . 6 ' v MONNIG, 'Gilbert 2 I I MONSON, Eddie I E 4 I MONCURE Adolf 3 'I '- l I I MONTANO, Judith 2 MONTEE, Richard 2 MONTESANO Madeline " or 'N E Ag I MooI:lY, Kathryn 2 f ' l ", L. n.. , 1 . MONTGOMERY Karen 2 3 XR .- -. - -I 1' sr t' MOOR, Clinton 2 . - , L ' I - K--V 'Tr MOORE MOORE: MOORE, MOORE MOORE, MOORE, MOORE r Charles I Q- ' 'Y r " Forrest 3 T Y , James 2 Q Lonnie 3 i ,g I Nancy I A Rlrillir 1 - -- V Phyllis 1 '- iw r... -,. - 6- "' L MOORMAN, Michele 2 Q-, f . MOOS, Ono 2 l MORAVEC, Edward ' 4 MORGAN, Joyce 2 yr , ' MORGAN, Larry 3 f ,f MORGAN, Stanley I MORLEY, Charles 2 MORLEY, Gary I f.. -v MORLEY, Mariorie 2 1 ' . MOROTZ, Annette 3 A , A .V - ' . 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Richard I RIPPLEY, Barbara 2 RITTER, John 'I RITTER, Richard I ROACH, Robert I ROADARMEL, Patricia ROBARDS, Fays 2 ROBB, Larry I ROBBINS, Gary 3 ROBBINS, Sandra 2 ROBERSON, Richard 'I ROBERTS, Mary 2 ROBERTS, Michael 2 ROBERTS, Richard 2 ROBERTSON, Nancy I ROBINSON, Ardyth 3 ROBINSON, Mary 2 ROBINSON, Randy 'I ROBISON, Imogene 2 ROCK, William I ROCKEMAN, John I ROCKERS, Willian 3 ROCKWELL, Ernest I RODGERS, Ronnie I RODRIGUEZ, Raul 3 ROE, Charles 2 ROE, Clarence I ROELOFSON, Nancy 3 ROGERS, Charles I ROGERS, David 2 ROGERS, Gary I ROGERS, Kathryne 2 ROGERS, Kenneth I ROGGY, Ronald 2 ROLAND, Barbara 2 ROLLAND, Mary 2 ROLLESTON, Lawrence RESZ, Carolyn 3 1 REUTER, Linda 2 gg N 2 REXROAD, Dennis 'I REYHOLDS, Forest 3 REYNOLDS, Gary I I , RHODES, Ronald 'I fl X s E- 2 M. fa , f 1 Q I fi. Parents Day offers a chance to meet and talk to CMS instructors. .I " I7 1 I V ' vo B, 'T 315 gt 'Z L,.,,1,.',f,,,. 4 L I . K. . 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I BIXBY, Larry 2 BOEGER, William BOLTZ, Louise 4 BOZARTH, Fred A BRADBURY, Bonni BROWN, Vivienne BUIST, Christine BUTTERWORTH, Ei CARLSON, Robert CHANEY, Delbert CLARK, Frederick CLARK, Gary 2 CLARRY, Mel 'I CLEVENGER, Ruth COMSTOCK, Pete CONSTANCE, Alb CORNELIUS, Rona COX, Marion I CRABB, Arthur 2 CRAVENS, James CURTIS. Lynne I DAVIS, Aleta I DAVIS, John I DEDRICK, Kenneth DICKMEYER, Melv DODGE, Lois I DUCKWORETS, La DUGGINS, Carol DUMAS, Lawrence DUNN, Robert I DURBIN, Errol I FALER, David 3 EDWARDS. Ruth EGNOR, Phillip I FIELDS, Jonnie 2 FIELDS, Mary 3 FLEMING, Pearl FOSTER, Lowem FRANCIS, David FRANKLIN, C. I FREEMAN, Sharon FULLER, Nancy 2 GADE, Rita I GALVAN, Mary 2 GANN, Jack 2 GIBB, James I GILBERT, Mitchell GOEDEKE, Ruth I Leepg, I ,.-ami.. -eg.--e,..geeQg:e2-i 3-EE Le' "--?'-252145551-: -if ,, - fi 'lv-'I -H9122-'ir I ' re 4' I e I .--TI londered more? ew College Union. I esiclence center " I if V f ' Y Z2 " , I ,f 1 fa ',,V', L:r:,, fg ,jg l f, ' . , .,.2.,,,e4.-gr ,af ima- .I , . ,, - - , ,..zI , t ?e,w,,..,..,. .. -iiuaneel-""0 William Chrisman High School, where the Independence Resident Center of CMS holds classes. ALEXANDER, Sharon I ALLEN, Fred 3 , ' ANDERSON, Beverly I td. ANDERSON,- Deanna I C' 1 ' " ef-1 E In ANDERSON, lim l '. if ' ' .4 ASHLEY, Michael 2 :Q .- -I BANFORD, Jennie I ' I , r BARNETT, Fred l . - l. BARR, Nancy 3 ' ' Y I BEARD, Louis I BEENEY, Nancy I - BENNETT, Jo I - . BEST, William I i 1 V' , . lb BIESER, Roy I m BISHOFF, L. I ' ,GLN H , BIXBY, Larry 2 rf ' f 4 BOEGER, William I -T BOLTZ, Louise 4 'fx . I , ' I W LUIA J BOZARTH, Fred 4 BRADBURY, Bonnie 2 ' BROWN, Vivienne I ..- BUIST, Christine 4 ' I Li Q. e -- BUTTERWORTH, Eunice 4 19 L, ' X , CARLSON, Robert I -1 e ,j- CHANEY, Delbert I , I 17 -re . .I , . , ., S, m -"' "b ' I 6 1 l Q I fi 91 lj - , ' -Q B 1 ? I - ,Q if Q I Kb ..-1 -I 217 2 ' ' . e . I . . l' CLARK, Frederick l ' 'J ' l CLARK, Gary 2 f I ' CLARRY, Mel I CLEVENGER, Ruth 3 COMSTOCK, Pete I .1 :.- . - Q CONSTANCE, Albert I L. ,, 7' ' " A CORNELIUS, Ronald I -1 5 COX, Marion I ' CRABB, Arthur 2 3 H ' I CRAVENS, James I CURTIS. Lynne l X DAVIS, Aleta I DAVIS, John I 1 . 1 DEDRICK, Kenneth I -, - .Q q '- DICKMEYER, Melvin I ' ' -' DUCKWORETS, Larry 2 xr' I fl ' 1. - - R .I . . 11,1 K I '-v ir- . . o H, -X I K V 2 I I a I I all I f, -v-' f r , . - X . ii. lu, I I -I '14 1 I I I l I N I e, .- I .CY fe . . I I -er-' , 1: , . I L . I l 4- -. L- I DODGE, Lois l .:.. , 'L ' Q I DUGGINS, Cerel 5 , ' 1 ' '-' ,,, g DUMAS, Lawrence I ,J ' ' " ' DUNN, Robert l e - ' ' I .ir '- ,L I ' I I ' L' diff"-L T Z .Li A DURBIN, Errol I FALER, David 3 EDWARDS, Ruth 3 x Q. - ' - , EGNOR, Phillip l '-P -2- " 'I ,el . - ' FIELDS, Jonnie 2 ' ' ' I 'I ' FIELDS M 3 'E' " ' " 1 UVY FLEMING, Pearl 3 ' -e T " FOSTER, Lowem 3 , 5, ,wi FRANCIS, David 2 I i '-i'::1 FRANKLIN, C. I FREEMAN, Sharon I FULLER, Nancy 2 GADE, Rita I 7, .. , GALVAN, Mary 2 -3 -Ee rx . " 1 GANN, Jack 2 -- " ' . N- GIBB, James I "' , g ' ' GILBERT, Mitchell I 1 N v GOEDEKE, Ruth I ' I li 1 3- ll- fr 1 fs i zl - - . Q. Q4 2 r' -I . A7-A -an fv- uazuuzrmi 'E '3' S-'I I I Il I I I I I I l l I I I I I I? I I I I I II I I I I I I ,if i , ,, K ff., 6 ,, , ,, f lf., , 3 W X 1 K ,4,f,! . I ug A I , 1 i cf: , iifw'-' -f Zi! 11,36 . , 15' ,, , ' . 3 ll . L lpn ,f 'if' ,Rx f 'W ,. ,WM " f5f"fL2'1"f'.1 vififf'-3'fff ,fy S' E ' Zi- ' , 14' .AI I L , ,af A W, ,f , We , if f-5, -.ff I f I5 4 f fm W lxf ., 2 X, if I 515 , , , ,meti,,a1:- ,.,,,,.,..., . , 1, Lf. - mz:4GSfF?5 3 ' . fl, ., 4 X! 92 4 J 4 f I a J' L J' 89 f 5 7' V 522 I., f 5 .J ,' g , 4? , 4. M14 X' 1 ,l QW?- . 0 iffukk' -' 551:92 it , ' ,g, , 4, 1 it ' , nr i ,,, We ,t . ,ljfwlgr ,4 .,,L,.. , , A4-M '1 Hajj!! - .. ,, are ,Q ,. , ,MN if x ..1-2 .M Wx' P1 'C me , L7 ff 4 , ., , , -4' f JW WZ' 0 if 2, wwf I 1 . X -A 4 2 ff? 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Cecil 'I JONES, Donald 3 JOSEPH, Delon I KASIAH, Janet 'I KERRICK, Larry I KINCHLE, Jack I KIRKHAM, Lorraine 3 KRAMER, Madora 3 LAGTHAM, Robert 3 LANGER, H. 2 LEAMON, Charles 2 LEHMAN, Grace 4 LIGGETT, Robert I LIGHTLE, Carmen 5 LINNEWEH, Herman 2 LINNEWEH, Janis 2 LOOK, Mildred 4 LUND, Ruth 'I LYNN, Edward 2 MC CORMICK, Keith 'I MC DILL, Waldean 'I MC MILLAN, Lavinu I MANN, Elizabeth 5 MARTIN, Charles I MASON, Judith I MASON, Richard 2 MASSEY, Ruth 4 MILES, Roger 'I' MILLER, Freeman 4 MILLER, Harold 2 MILLER, Larry 2 MONCRIEF, James 'I MORRIS, Robert 5 MYERS, Donna 2 NEBGEN, Dorothy 4 NEEILY, Helen I NORFLEET, Ronald 2 .AI ' -funn., 4-1 CMS students in a lab session ut the Independence Resident Center. Mn, ,f Counsel is offer O'DELL, Jerry I OREY, Della 2 OSBORN, Norma OTTO, Luella I OWINGS, Harold PATTERSON, Wilt PEMBERTON, Arll PENNEL, Elizabet PERREY, Clifford PETERSON, Dave PHILLIPS, Duane PORTO, Ella 5 POWELL, Clyde POWELL, Martha POWELL, Ronald PRYOR, Morris RATHBUN, Judith REIMAL, Nancy ROBINSON, Glen ROBISON, Charlz ROGERS, Willian' ROWAN, Virgini: SALMON, Richarc SHAKESPEARE, C SHELLENBERGER, SHIELDS. Rosalie SIMMONS, Lorna SIMMONS, Shirla SIY, Gayla I SMITH, Charline SMITH, Edith 'I SNEAD, Jack 2 SPECT, John 'I STEEN. Wanda STEVENSON, Ari STEVENSON, Wi STUMP. Helen I SWOPE, William TAYLOR, Nellie TEMPLE, Joann THOMAS, Louie TROSPER, Joanne TROUP, Linda 2 TUCKER, James TURLEY, Robert TURRENTINE, Ca VANDYKE, Lynel VORIS, Derrell WAHRENBROCK, WARD, Thomas WEBBER, Mary WELCH, Arlene WHEATON, Pegg WHETSTONE, Jax WHITE, Charles WHITE, Emogem WIDICK, James WILCOX, Robert WILLIAMS, Jame WILLIS, Roy I WOODY, Grace WOODY, Robert YOUNG, Donald lll-lull-l Counsel is offered by Tom Edmunds head of Independence Resident Cenler 0'DELL, Jerry I OREY, Della 2 OSBORN, Normfx Av l OTTO, Luella OWINGS, Harold PATTERSON, Wilda I PEMBERTON, Arlme I PENNEL, Elizabeth I PERREY, Clifford I PETERSON, Dave 5 PHILLIPS, Duane PORTO, Ella 5 POWELL, Clyde 2 POWELL, Martha 4 POWELL, Ronald I PRYOR, Morris I RATHBUN, Judith 2 REIMAL, Nancy I ROBINSON, Glenn I ROBISON, Charles I ROGERS, William I ROWAN, Virginia 3 SALMON, Richard I SHAKESPEARE, Clifford 2 SHELLENBERGER, SHIELDS, Rosalie SIMMONS, Lorna SIMMONS, Shirle SIY, Gayla I SMITH, Charline SMITH, Edith I SNEAD, Jack 2 SPECT, John I STEEN, Wanda STEVENSON, Ari STEVENSON, William I STUMP, Helen I SWOPE, William I TAYLOR. Nellie 4 TEMPLE, Joann 3 "' THOMAS, Louie I -0-' TROSPER, Joanne 4 TROUP, Linda 2 TUCKER, James TURLEY, Robert I TURRENTINE, Carol 1 VANDYKE, Lynene VORIS, Derrell 3 WAHRENEROCK, Grace WARD, T omas I wssnerz, Mary 1 N T' WELCH, Arlene WHEATON, Peggy 2 WHETSTONE, James I WHITE, Charles 3 WHITE, Emogene 5 WIDICK, James 2 WILCOX, Roberl 'I w1LuAMs, James 1 Ti- 1. WILLIS, Roy I WOODY, Grace I WOODY, Robert I YOUNG, Donald I .Rza-wezffx2s5L:1.sr'fLEf?m-2Gstaagmfrwifizesbui-2-mfeaievlefesizrr , 5 'ara-5:2wEe'f5va?a,2-raw':5farf:1:I7rirY1"r1ifiif'z?a'.amisxsrffm-f-'z5':I2P.fUPglliifffi-fi-W5-'-f1"Sm'11fWr' 1'3" -, W7 , , , riff ALLEE, Puul 5 ' V 5 X' 2, R f- ALLEN, Hermena 5 , , . r ,V 4 l I ULT, D ll 5 , ff", I 1, 'M - A orc' y Z -, V Q 1' V, f'e?fvVr V 4 , ' ,ha w ' if ' X , ' g.,'q?r1y. ' L' . , J, .f'.- , V, 'f U :cr v,j,, fx: l ,. , 'VA BAKER, Jessie 5 BALDWIN, Wanda 5 BARNER, Myron 5 V 5 , r- ,, 5 ,r fy wr f, V , ,V Mr Q l - . . Q ,JILL ,V 4 ,, 1 ,M V I ri 1 AM, . 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M 5 Q2 E J , 5 1 6 Q W 4 .,., I tl Q 6 gg Og ll A .M frm. md 1 Barbara Chamberlain Marilyn Brown Joan Munson President Vice President SGCFBYGFY The Epsilon Lambda chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta began an active year with the election of Judy Swindell as Homecoming Queen, and followed up with the all-school Ditto Dance, a tea for faculty women, a Christmas party, the Feast of Roses Banquet, a Parent's Day tea, a spring formal, a spring retreat, and an awards banquet. Representing the Alpha Gams for "Miss Cemo" was Carol Nichols and a "Miss Beauty" candidate at UMOC time was Linda Ferril. Alsoiincluded in Alpha Gam's program were various service proiects at the Warrensburg Medical Center and for the Easter Seal Drive. The sorority formerly Theta Sigma Upsilon, was installed at CMS in 1929 and merged with Alpha Gamma Delta in 1959. Officers this year were president, Barbara Chamberlain, vice president, Marilyn Brown, and secretary, Joan Munson. Dr. Catherine Titus and Miss Marian Lesher served as sponsors. 57 'M me cm: Mn "7 :Q ,V 4 Row One: J. Nichols, C. Fertig, E. Yokoyama, S. Loudon, J. Burns, P. Harness, T.'Wright, B. Quinn, Row Two: S. Skornia, J. Hopkins, J. Watson, S. Gwin, D. Demarest, S. Landers, D. Vaughty Row Three: A. Dyer, D. Crandal, S. Adams, B. Tall- man, S. Hovde, B. Chamberlain, C. McCune, C. Bliss, Row Four: M. Brown, J. Stewart, E. Holman, L. Rothen, C. Pearson S. Thomas, J. Larson, J. Munson, Row Five: B. Bail, K. Haggen, L. Ferrill, J. Rucker, D. O'Malley, S. Baldwin, E. Campbell, K, Baker, K. Drummond. 4 l ,4 uf ,,, j, ' -.-...ggi ESg,TzE '!E:Tii5iT9l?i'Hf5i?l'l?i 557532355255'Zif1fES'2fI-EEZQLSHF49-Y V I 1, I-u ,, v 'MR' :PV 'i -Je, L if--1 . J , ' V". f-4, - A-'L :'-.Lf,J - , us.- - v -.---'-. 4- .. , . Y ,--'-' ""f wif" 5 '-1 'K f - ' A---1-.MJW 1.1 A-gf 1.4.1-zz.,.1-224.15-1.Zf.Lfs5i.:.1 z'."'.51-5-1"-.'-' f,Q:3:j',11Q Fa I -3. ,,.. 4 . -F-:w1f".f , . -' - . V mr A muu-muu-clad quartet harmonizes Hawaiian style. .i' J Av- ., QE? fl! 'S , . . g .4 nlrllr L if 1 X- rv 1 . in 0 W QL 4 Alpha Gams get wetter than cars at the annual car 5' E wash. N . I Sf? if 1 ,ba li ' :fb 'P 4 e I an I!! J " wnSH GAS' -A i ' "K 9 I SU as ,.:ld" Marilyn Brown, speech correction maior, receives scholarship check from secretary of United -- -Q, 5 Q Cerebral Palsy Association of Missouri-Dr. Welch looks on. - Y 3,50 A walking advertisement for Alpha Gams' benefit car wash. r : --f -.4 f .-.....v--.-1--cv:-.fr1-r f'-f'-'- ff - f ' - 577 -se-:we " '1'f1:f.1giggv.1 "' :mg if ff' T" """ 'X ""' ' Katie Tieman E E' President :T 1 1 gr I A 4, W ,gf Mariiean Derstler , ---:--5 'gg Vice President G' ' K' 'Q it sh' I B I mmm. lr ey atche et Secretary Founded on the CMS campus in 1919, the Zeta Zeta chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha has been active in many activities, starting off the past year with a third place trophy at Home- coming for their float entry, "Battle of Girardeaumof' ln other social proiects, the Alphas held a Founder's Day banquet, a Parent's Day tea, the Alpha Work Week, a spring formal, and the Alpha Soc Hop. ln campus contests, Sydney Smith represented ASA in the "Miss Cemo" competition and Shirley Batchetlet entered the "Miss Beauty" contest in connection with UMOC. Directing the sorority were president Katie Tieman, vice president, Marijean Derstler, and secretary, Shirley Batchetlet. Sponsoring the organization are Dr. Jessie Jutten, and Miss Kath- erine Moroney. Row Five: P. Becker, M. Ahle, L. Soper, K. Tieman, L. Gudcle, D. Chapple, J. McCammon, K. Rasnic, B. Palmer, S. Miller, Row Four: 5. Britkritz, L. Cox, L. Rimmer, E. Lowery, F. Bonnel, J. Fritts, C. Foote, C. Dieckman, S. Mathis, Row Three: P. Votava, S. Owens, M. Derstler, P. Gosney, J. Kennedy, B. Ward, S. Batschelet, J. Shaefter, J. Busch, .l. Thrasher, Row Two: S. Smith, J. Lovinger, M. Blackwell, D. Spradling, S. Parrish, D. Frogge, K. Ashbaugh, M. Hill, D. Kramerptkow One: V. Taggert, L. Dawes, F. Mitchell, J. Williams, L. Williams, L. Hosapple, S. Houston. Alph Q Asn f-W'lA!XW"'f -51i?!i3,1-J ,.- -ueff ' ' ' ' "' , A 1 gy. f f--H ---"---f---'---f--- ---.-...-,Y-.-, , M, , ,MANY ,V A Y i Liv -'hi 4 Y. 0 A Yrhvlvlinud V- .V -A lpha has at Home- Day tea, , Sydney erecl the atler, and liss Kath- zh a T17 i. Miller, Row e: P. Votava, o: S. Smith, Crt, L. Dawes, ., vin-. f -4" N- -' ...J W 1 new 5... L, v - Alphas' cheerleading Sydney Smith goes into orbit. i l 4 3 1 3 , E 2 2 I Q F . X in .- i A smiling Barbara Ward hits the books. 1.-.xv . ' 2 . it 2 ll 1 W-f Alf' gil t,,, h i ' xv .ef I V N 'WJ' t 1 V . ' , 3 1 . :A .L . ,jr 4 ,, , I J' ., tg- ,M fl 5.45. . if-"1 .' , L l f-jff 1.x 1- I 'f . ,. ww' 7 The Alphas "behind the bars" on their Homecoming lloat. ii 6 ix 1 E Clad in evening attire, the sisters assemble lo: a rush party. A,,'! 2' 'U 'L' PM 'Wy' 1 'TP x ,vs X. I A relaxing afternoon spent at bridge and sun-tanning. lOl A-54 1 1 K ,qs '27 1 X 5 I .P as -re A d 0 'ZF-3539 Gail Button President My ,eff Meredith Price Vice President ,sf Lana Leonard Second Vice President The 1961-62 officers for Delta Zeta were president, Gail Button, vice president, Meredith Price, and secretary, Judy Hellman. The faculty sponsors are Miss Edith Brooks and Miss Betty Elgin. The DZ's social season featured the Delta Drumbeat, an all-school dance, a Founder's Day tea, a Parent's Day picnic, an alumni coffee at Homecoming, a Christmas party for underprivileged children, the annual formal dance, a steak fry, and the Birthday Banquet, -A Delta candidate, Ann Renken, reigned as Miss Beauty in the annual Beauty and the Beast con- test, and representing the sorority in the "Miss Cemo" contest was Elaine Murry. Delta Zeta, formerly Delta Sigma Epsilon, was founded here in 1927, and merged with the present organization in 1956. V H MMM ., 'rv ev 0 ' 'r Row Five: K. Tally, S. Branson, S. Burns, V. Cawein, S. Starr, A. Renken, S. Gooch, G. Button, P. Snider, M. Batchelor, G. Hartman, L. Leon- ardg Row Four: C. Eckert, F. Brown, C. Mengel, S. Sims, K. Polallis, P. Woods, B. Yates, I. Richson, S. Shipp, E. Brooks, Row Three: S. Gra- ham, M. Adams, B. Rolland, J. lnglish, C. Wigfield, J. Horn, C. Maschger, B. Widney, J. Walker, M. Horn: Row Two: P. White, S. Driver, K. Lear, J. Liechti, J. Settles, M. Middleton, B. Greenway, J. Nail, R. Kempf, P. Paterson, E. Murry, Row One: D. Dunham, D. Shippee, S. Morrow, D. ldleman, R. Grider, J. Ennis, L. Reuter, L. Beaver, K. Metzger, R. Wilson. af Vi? DZ's annual Chr children. A , U.. .c Jeannie Ennis mc th Pricep Elgin. Day tea, privileged east con- e present DZ's annual Christmas party for underprivileged children. is " ' li L ll- " , -ig 1 ' " ' fn. , .l , , --. J, iii., f, fl 1 ' ' V' 'N ,Q Delta State Day at CMS welcomes seven Missouri chapters. Miss Jeanne Batchelor-DZ's candidate for Homecoming Queen hi 'Sf' I I. ? V ff 3' 1' 1 r 6' 5' I ,A K' ,. . 1 lf- fy N- my xrtman, L. Leon- ' Three: 5. Gra- fhite, S. Driver, D. Shippee, S. 1' Q --v Jeannie Ennis make-um very interesting squaw on Homecoming float. Delta Zeta's Loretta Beaver "works" o Homecoming float. - . .Q ,, S L ,Q f e K J ' V ' . , t ' .. '-" .:.L , -wrf - -s ,, - - r-f' ' ,. A '-'GN' -1'-sw.,--w '-'fxw-.se.,-...v-.vfff-.Q-.-M' , ,L . ' - Q- An 5,-:Iwi 'jf' Z 'tt 9' 104 . 5 za..--. - :asf -eyeg- n v Row Five: K. Duggan, B. Van Bebber, C. Resz, C. Hagger, A. Williams, C. Garfield, P. Wallace, L. Calloway, P. Maa- sen, A. Robinson, Row Four: E. Engle, M. Thompson, L. Langford, B. Blosser, J. Hartley, M. Chaney, A. Lorton, J. O'Neal, M. Lass, Row Three: H. Kuhr, S. Young, J. Kelsey, K. Kay, P. Owens, S. Allyn, E. Stevens, G. Johnson, M. Dixon, J. Shafer, Row Two: B. Wicher, E. Durst, T. Burwell, C. Petersen, L. Kirk, J. Henry, S. Vinyard, J. Jones, D. Miller, Row One: J. Allen, J. Anderson, P. Sterling, C. Johnson, S. Stump, L. Peck, J. Hornig, J. Tittle, J. Porter, L. Davolt. . X 1: 1'- - . iw-""" ' . I .WW . "XE , ibn ,y I DIN- . Sl -. ' :.3.LtzmnF.n ,SH S 7,1 ,,, A "behind the convention. , .,,. , , . 1 ' f -' -' 'F' 1511 ffwwrsaqn , ' 1. Wien . . , v- .M wr 7-w. 7 11 W , , I 1702: Apr 43 . 'nr' 1 rrr-'iii xifie 1- 1 .r rf' H ,. .4 M-NLE. . , , H Ti: -..1 , ynw- -W - N""Hw..f I xx .. A Ann Lorton Judy Hornig JCIHLCG Jones A President Vice President Secretary in ,A V, A,,,. ,,V. . , H , .- :L .7 5: t : 5: , '- 51-L ' e 1' 5 .5 1.1.5 .gi ij: i , V, , 2 , y. V f ' Sf-- Ann Lorton served as president of Delta Eta chapter of Sigma Kappa sorority this year, with Judy Hornig as vice president and Janice Jones as secretary. The organiza- tion, formerly Pi Kappa Sigma, came to the CMS campus in 'I920 and merged with Sigma Kappa in 1959. Highlights of Sig Kap activities included the Fall Fashion Show, alumni and Foun- der's Day teas, a Christmas proiect for cerebral palsied children, a Parent's Day picnic, the annual formal dance, a work week, and numerous service projects. At Homecoming, the Sig Kap float entry, "The Battle of the Bulge," drew the close attention of parade-watchers, Faculty sponsors for the sorority are Mrs. Mildred Lass and Miss Elizabeth Engle. , 35,3-M., 1,1- T .2f?!f"' 2 r , , if f 1 f' 6 J: lv, if Z ,vm-m 2.1 e - vw' i ' A.. .T t . , ,wx ,,.L, 31: 9.5 '44, ,, ,.,, nl Q. fs. 5 iv be 5 4 ,P X --. ,,- .p. ,- - .gn sfv:,'1zA - ,fif- -S as .1..Q-sw 6- I-1 34 , 5, 1 fi.. as 3 ,L .,v,,,..'- :Y ,. ,. Q Q , '.l2 ,475 nw-:,-y QQ .1 . S a , X vs 'f 5 f 'Q 5' A , Q X My . :f'9:?fx.i?iii'fffWf1' .R ,, Q. ,p t ,asia-'Kc - ,. -:N t s is 1.-wx-P Q . 1 ' S WA ...., A "behind the scenes" view of the Sig Kap summer convention. frffwqww huns.,-1ll,w- s S S BU .K x t. of We! me ,E + I 4 K i r its -1 'fi-'U5?1t ' Kr S ff 3' .va 9 f in Z hu-I 'W-L.. 'R 1 - 1 -,haf Ruthonne Sparks and Kay Strode "servo Pertle Springs. The word is "informal" at the summer conven- tion in Warrensburg. Sig Kaps enioy a marshmallow-roasting session. P U 4 1 K, 4+ 3. ,.... gf.-5 4 , ."- 1 mx.: .,:..:s 574' c wird! QW? 1. A 1 sl gl 'W-I' egg 3 '37 Aww .my 4 , . I . y, , jg . i i s M Row Six: D. Jones, J. Baiiey, S. Stringfellow, K. Burgess, S. Heil, C. Granger, P. Woirhaye, J. Hackerottp Row Five: J. Hotsenpiller, G. Burke, K. Norfolk, A. Uhr, N. Kincaid, M. Lovell, S. Maycock, Row Four: C. Crank, J. Jones, A. Michael, L. Sundberg, B. Childress, S. Hearne, S. Sharpe, S. Hammond, Row Three: D. Beard, J. Royal, S. Richards, J. Fogerson, J. Chrisman, B. Patton, J. Rogers, Row Two: B. Riley, S. Buck, ,J. Rothfuss, J. Clark, S. Jennings, B. Porter, V. Wright, L. Stamper, Row One: L. Honley, S. Whyte, B. Stiener, P. Ireland, C. Welch, C. Hoffman. Judy Royal Patty Woirhaye Betty Steiner President Vice President Secretary ff f:f,,' affine-W 'r ,av-.-p"' fjfyzygj. v.f.':'f2Ll7 -'.Z5'f,f9ff 7:'fW'9' f'y'v"5f:7'4:K'J WG2.72Hifi-'7f,Q"i17:'QQQ7?Qf'ZQg'5'Z2 . f q Myne:,fweiziff'f,',.:.,,. ff -'z-ffqff ffv wa-fr-vzzvfermzzf wifi-A-xqi.-4raw""1M:w.:1,f11: f"'-U11-.f".'1w1i: 4f.,.,.,, w w...-W f fy if .,L.,Mff,. .f,7nff.4f.,,,.,...,.fe.f-,.,,.-,4.4,,f,.,.,,. ., .1 ,.Wwwmffzmffyy-'.'7 wmfmczfxfiff. 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" " ,..,eaw,,,1a'f, Ay! .MMMf,WW.w4.-f.,,,.7f ,W,,,yz.144,:4,, ,,.,4,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.:-,,,.g4, p , 0,MWM47,4,-Q41.,.f,.1,,,, 1,.m.,4,,1f, ,.,, ...sy g., QwqwaQMy?!HW,Wjyf149W2f4W4yEZfugWi'W-m4.E9k2.f:g,'2z24:42-VI'.,.,.,"f'fZ9'fy,v!Q74yy """'7"""""if ' ' " " 1Qf:,fw,smiv02-'vwfewayfyyiyfnwfpgm07?'www:ff-G114-fyi4.,a-ww-.fr-4 W-fwfr-G Q:-ff .mis,-Jwf,-'.-.ff,.., in--1 ,rx-f .,'.."i'f f.:.wQM"zmf'-.,ff-f--21:17-,:, Taking a lion's share of contest prizes this year, Nu chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma earned recognition in many all-campus activities. Among these, Sandy Jennings took honors as Fall Sports Queen and "Miss Cemo" of 1961-62, and Donna Jones won the title of Best-Dressed Girl on campus. In other activities, the Tri Sigmas sponsored their annual all-school carnival, held an alumni tea at Homecoming, Founder's Day and Parent's Day teas, the annual spring formal dance, and a summer meeting. As their choice for "Miss Beauty" in the UMOC contest, the sorority nominated Judy Chrisman. Leading the organization, which was founded on this campus in l9l5, was Judy Royal. Serving under her as vice president was Patty Woirhaye and as secretary Betty Steiner. Mrs. Evelyn Runyon and Dr. Eleanor Tubbs are faculty sponsors 'For the sorority. x 5 s , ,,, ,,-f,.,, , , .n zffefg -1. .ffwerii-13" 1:1 Sandy and Be Pu- ULN :IZA Marshals, Chri outlaw. ,.,,,,, ',, . f e s- 5'VY'5""'J"' ' 'V' vs Sigma Sigma Sigma's Donne Jones, Best-Dressed Girl on Campus. Connie Welch operates the most popular booth at the Tri Sig ' Carnival. 1 .'wf11f".z-farm-: ":4::.:--aefgggisf-f.Qq:' f ,. f A ff V -1 . I f f I f . 's X. vi- 1 l J l . lf...l.i H 1. ln. I W -...i M... .. Sandy and Betty gyrate in a lively routine at the Carnival. Must be the Kingston Trio-or a reasonable foc- Scul- Ylln Ly-',rX simile. -fi? Marshals, Chrisman, Rothfuss and Bailey draw a bead on a notorious outlaw. 'D'gA:e.. f , , ,, , . ,AMF f . Q s mf.-sC?3,.m 1 "-- ---1 ,x 1 R , ,f"' V ... ., , W ,V ln' , I I 4 V .f , . . V If H.. ...V 4 Q", 45. ,fi -G77 H ff, V 9 I 1,12 A I ' f " 'CJW7 JW. f ' ' 1 ,, ,, , I I W -? sf ,. ,y , 417W Q w el Row Four: I. Cannon, R. Hokenstad, M. Baumann, J. Vocate, S. Stern, Row Three: M. McCrary, M. Hutchison, D. Heinsoth, M. Craig, C. Schmidt, J. Green, Row Two: C. Smith, D. Lamb, C. Houston, P. Cook, V. Keeler, Row One: A. Nakamura, B. Ikeda, G. Miller, R. Burris. X Exif? ,I mr , rif . o , y ... ,, gf V, 4-f E421 ' is ,ff 7 ,' wr Vt. . Lf: - . '- . :fi 7 .1 " ,V ,ei , ,avi . g ear, Q g , V I A, 4 .,,. ,VA sam, .' , i 4" ' Q ' 1" 4 Jennie Green Ruth Burris Bette Ikeda Z President Vice President Secretary , , JA Karin Mu President Founde nizatio here. Delta I this yer Queen. Univer: Among Muellei Faculty Bishop. .J .--v Alpha Nu chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau, a national sorority founded In Ypsilanti, Mlchl gan, at Eastern Michigan University In 1899, was recognized this year on the CMS campus CIS the seventh social sorority. There were I9 original petitioners for the CMS colony of the sorority and there are now 25 charter members. As their first social activity on campus, the members held a rush party at the college shelter house with a "ski lodge" theme. fx A national convention of the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority will be held this summer, in AU' gust, at the Chase Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri. Elected as charter officers were president, Jennie Green, vice president, Ruth Burris, and secretary, Betty Ikeda. Mrs. T. Reed Maxson is the pd' ROW FO' troness of the chapter and faculty sponsors are Mrs. Doris Brookshier and Dr. Hattie Ewalcl- J' Bea" K. Mont .-..u1.1.,..........., X ' 7 .5, ,, 1 . 5- fkvf' I A 'W L.. o if ' 1 R fi I L Hutchison, D. Heinsoth, tw One: A. Nakamura, B. n Ypsilanti, Michi- the CMS campUS U5 and there are DOW s held a rush party his summer, in AU' 're president, Jennie i Maxson is the Pa' d Dr. Hattie Ewdld- 4 I . . , -Q, wt. S 15 . " Q f"" 11 s Karin Mueller Diana Morrison Karen Montgomery President Vice President Secretary Founded at Barnard College on January 2, 1897, Alpha Omicron Pi be an colo 9 - nization on the CMS campus last winter term to become the sixth social sorority here. Delta Pi chapter, busy with organization procedures, participated in open rush this year and sponsored candidates for the "Miss Beauty" contest and for Rhetor Queen. The pledges and sponsors attended a district workshop on the-Kansas University campus last March 17. Among the 20 charter members elected to offices this year were president, Karin Mueller, vice president, Diana Morrison, and secretary, Karen Montgomery. Faculty sponsors for the new sorority are Miss Mary Jane John and Mrs. Averyl Bishop. cd 't':7 Y"' Row Four: C. Stegner, B. Bonnot, M. Koch, F. Kincaid, K. Mueller, .l. Miller, Row Three: M. John, J. V0U9l'nf J. Beard, J. Dietz, A. Bishop, Row Two: S. Stonner, J. Timmerman, J- Ch'-'1neYf D- Momson' C' Anderson' K. Montgomery, Row One, D. Curry, C. Wilkerson, P. Yocum, J. Keithly, B. Phipps. f ' 'av ,Q , ...U -1 -4 .. ti- ...ms g wwe- wszefaasvfvfmeeiesfrerwwu:-1-use:ws-izvraw-f'f':su'-efzfn ,-m....---A.A Row Five: D. Dobson, H. Day, L. Shidler, L. Malotte, B. Wiley, V. Foster, D. Stoll, D. Reynolds, M. Price, J. Wheeler, D. Hemp hill, Row Four: M. Bell, T. Seavey, E. Smith, K. Tally, D. Chiaver, R. Morrison, R. Hines, B. Silverburg, L. Evans, G. Dannald- son, Row Three: D. Kline, S. Frerking, P. Kurtz, C. Clevinger, R. Beerman, G. Carney, F. Stegner, R. Jones, J. Sandridge, L Dunham, S. DeMoss, Row Two: D. Kluttz, B. Rammy, J. Sill, J. Rammy, M. Johnson, L. Long, N. Harris, L. Lane, J. Potter, Mrs Lella Ring, Row One: K. Lerbs, B. Beam, B. Jarvis, W. Brady, B. Corder, R. Evans, M. Burch, R. Caskey. ,mx mf: '11 1' A lf , ' Lindy Evans Weldon Brady Jim Blackwood Venerable Dean Senior Dean Junior Dean Another successful and active year has been chalked up by the men of Acacia, and the wearers of the black and gold iackets have become numerous on the CMS campus. Their headquarters, at 317 Anderson Street, has been the site of several sorority exchange parties this year, as well as the popular Mona Lisa Pizza Inn. In other activities, Acacia sponsored the annual paiama Festival, took part in Homecoming with "The Battle of Lone Jack" as their float theme, and held their yearly "Nite on the Nile" dance for members. A "Mr. Cemo" choice was Don Kluttz and Acacia's "ugliest" member was Mark Johnson. Faculty sponsors of Acacia, which came to CMS in 1957, are Dr. Riley Pittman and Clarence Pearse, and officers are venerable dean, Lindy Evans, senior dean, Weldon Brady, and secre- tary, George Carney. , gpg-f 9' "t -uv r, D. Hemp- 3. Dannald- mdridge, L- Potter, Mrs. od wearers quarters, ', as well -necomlng he Nile" wber was Clarence nd secre- A pretty Sharon Burns becomes Queen of the Black and Gold. Ni In the shadows of the pyramids, the Aca- cias spend cl Night on the Nile. -Z Q' an, .if- ,,.,-"' qv-FIT' ,ni-A ,....f- .fQ"f Brothers and dates inspect the favor table at the Black and Gold. Ill -.1 -M.-f-..-.'.-:mp 1 ..--.. .-f s - ' u 7 N nf - Q 4? 5 1 if N il' .'. 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N...-fu . ,,, , 1 ' ,, A . -1 t: ,- -' f-1 .-: .f,,...,.f,. f- fy Announcing plans for a new Sl70,000 fraternity house, the men of AKL opened a social sea- son worthy of recognition, At Homecoming time, the AKL's took first place in window decora- tions, and second place in house decorations also serving a dinner for alumni and parents of actives. The fraternity again sponsored its annual Chinese Dinner and a popular "Inferno Dance," en- tered Larry Ament in the UMOC contest and chose Bernie Behlau as their candidate for "Mr. Cemo." Fraternity social events included house parties, sorority exchange parties, and the annual spring formal in March. Officers of AKL, founded at CMS in 1957, were president, Fred Wolfe, vice president, Gren Forakerp and secretary, Charles Unger. Faculty sponsors for the organization are Dr. James Britton and J. Kenneth Marlcwell. tl 4 1. ..4l H2 Row Six. K. Murry, B. Allen, J. Naylor, R. Wansing, B. Dye, B. Huhmann, G. Gatewood, B. Ogren, L. Ament, S. Chrisman, B. Stroemeyerp Row Five: L. Mittie, D. Davis, J. Bittiker, S. Shouse, G. Weaver, L. Tatlow, D. Phillips, D. Scott, J. Diehl, R. Fleischmann, B. Richardson, H. Amor, Row Four: L. McGinnis, G. Penrod, L. Henderson, W. Millard, J. Egelston, L. Fick, R. Marriott, D. Booth, L. Marriott, D. Nelson, H. Young, Row Three: B. Behlau, G. Myers, D. Duffy, M. Garry, F. Wolfe, B. Huh- mann, B. Busby, T. Thompson, D. Engelbrecht, D. Allen, R. Hoffman, G. Johnson, Row Two: D. Thompson, R. Robinson, F. Weg- erer, H. Harp, G, Foraker, G. Monnig, P. Woolard, R. Baker, J. Parsons, L. Harryman, C. Unger, Row One: D. Chappel, D. Penny, K. Frechin, L. Dickson, G. Redford. gf 5 Y , A Q 4 gf 9' - ' , f V- tif! ' -'---r-.., . - . --A. P. :riff Custodian Charlie Unger brigade. GQVY Renshaw plays the iofmol pinning ceremony. qi- , cial sea- decora- parents ice," en- for "Mr, and the 11, Gren '. James Chrisman, Diehl, R. L. Fick, R. e, B. Huh- n, F. Weg- -iappel, D. FWY Renshaw plays the most coveied role in a wma' pinning ceremony. x, Cusiodicn Charlie Unger assumes membership in ihe buckef brigade. . . . 1-.- ..,..L.L......-we N-.,,....,-.4411-::'.r:A,-,f,,'f. Actives and pledges give undivided aiiention fo a at the AKL house. f f ..f.,d1,.,-.. ...ne-,:m',e,,.-1:fac-11,1,....e. H.-. +'..c,g,,--'1-V 11 J- - -ff' !f! pancake supper .Q-vi Don Penny and Lynn Taflow sign up to pledge AKL. , . ...-, ...-... -.,... -Y W- -Tj . ---.-,-fw-..-+f- V--4-.Hw,.-1 .H+ -M-.....ee.-.-........,.-vv'-K f Y . in-,JV .--,..,..,.fy-M ., K. -. W, ri., H 4--A-U f..-.142-cf... V- - - - - - ...5.g,,,....,g,:V.,5---P1-F-,., ,. . .ef-.1-ee-,ff-.f.ff4 fs- V--,..--.-q '- X NAME U VR I I n.,3!!, ff +0 if O3 c Font . ' 1 . 'J 'QW .S . ' ' -2' .IVR qv is , 4 f G., T' ' 5' '4"7"t'r , Gi. "" J ' " ' f George Ramel Tony Eberwein Ed MCM!-tllln President Vice President SECVGVUVY kappa sigma kappa With the painting and remodeling of their plantation house, the colonels of 222 East Gay Street again raised the rebel flag to usher in the 1961-62 season. At Home- coming, the Kappa victory bugle announced that KSK had won second place in float competition with "The Battle of Tip-a-canoe." Then came the all-school "Rebel Rendez- vous" and the Kappas' annual spaghetti supper. Among social events were house parties, picnics, a steak fry, and the annual "Old Plantation Ball." Representing the eleventh contest winner, Charlie Harper reigned as the Ugliest Man on Campus as KSK remained undefeated in the yearly fund-raising event. Tony Eberwein was the Kappas' choice for "Mr. Cemo" this year. Newly-elected officers were president, George Ramel, vice president, Tony Eberwein, and secretary, Ed McMullin. Sponsors of Psi chapter, founded here in 1947, are Dr. Lin Welch and Don Marchand. Row Five: R. Robertson, J. Gossey, J. Hayes, E. McMuIIin, W. Borchers, D. Chapman, M. Lord, T. Eberwein, R. Bel- she, D. Schooler, J. Hunter, Row Four. J. Haldeman, P. Gilbert, J. Belshe, W. Kille, B. Richardson, S. Seninger, J. Perry, D. Smith, B. Croce, E. Cook, Row Threewl. Welch, J. Roop, J. Barker, C. Tate, C. Long, C. Allard, B. Roll stan, G. Guilford, J. Steinbeck, R. Gray, R. Siminis, Row Two: J. Smith, K. Sandy, J. VanCaIp, J. Flack, C. Harper, G. Smith, D. Hammett, J. Acrrel, S. Shaw, J. Barnes, Row One: F. Schumacher, B. Sandy, F. Watson, W. Hupp, K. Rice, G. Ramal, R. West, J. McDowell, C. Hupp, J. Warden, G. Frankenfeld. -feie-22'-in :iii-.egif:9F.11Si'2:-'ce-:Ei-'ae-'fee-:Hierif viagra: ' 4..--l.-fa..-'.sef:c....f.,.. f A..-of .. -.- J, f.:..,2 .-611. f . . 1 lf 222 East A1 Home- lce in float oel Rendez- vere house senfing the Campus as fin was the f Eberweinp 47, are Dr. erweln R. Bel n, S. Senmger Allard B Rol ack, C. Harper on W Hupp Good evemng Colonel Harper speakmgl Masters Chapman Schooler and Slmlnls express themselves al Kappas Suppressed Desire party A bird's eye view of the "ierrcce" and lhe Old Plantalion Ball I Yi 'I 15 ' " Z F " V'-w- M F V W hxxfis . . , . -- A ' , rf l ".- .- .-vrru , . ' f'-Q' : :gi.-vs' -" ' 'If if - ,'1 --" r.' ,. ,1 'if ' 2 .1 1231- :- ,xv 1f, ., IL,3"-'QE-'-fzv -"' - - ts , -Lzf' " Z X 'I v- 'eZ'1f?"T " 117' 137' 7"+'? N 1 1 V V 'Y' Y I' V 1 wl N.:--me-Y ilrgt , , .Ml iw lei T nl i sl in 1, 3 H g al l L 1 , ii' ,A l' ' fllt lil ' 5? ,g.4.u..c......- ,WW , ill ll in xl 1 1 ,X ll , JWHIEEIIII is 5 ... President " J V:.V I ' " 1 J. B. Steplen xr! S V T Q V0 Vice president ,f mmm i'l'll'..'fl,,cife"e' ,gi D The residents of 500 South Holden Street, representing Iota chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon, founded at CMS in 1929, placed Dan Anderson at the helm for the '61-'62 season. Serv- ing under him as vice president was J. B. Steplen and as Secretary, John Hostetler. Phi Sig house decorations, "The Battle of Mule Run," took second place at Homecoming, and other early activities included the Dick White Memorial Dance and a steak fry at Knob Noster Park. Next came a Christmas party, the winter formal, where Sandy Jennings was chosen Phi Sig Sweetheart, the "Blackout Widows' Ball," "Blackouts," the Phi Sig Outing, and a senior picnic. Entered in UMOC competition was Larry Tevis and as "Mr. Cemo" Larry Schneider. PSE sponsors are Dr. Donald Powell, Dr. Hugh Williams, and Clarence Whiteman, Row Six: J. Frost, D. Weber, K. Shepherd, M. Rabius, K. Schaberg, F. Eberting, M. Jordan, J. Mateia, R. Stewart,5 COOPW, G. Ogilvie, R. Garrison, F. Tuggle, D. Sickbert, Row Five: K. Kluter, C. Walker, E. Rankin, E. Devore, J. RW' L. Schneider, R. Wilson, J. Fortney,4G. Nunn, H. Nagel, B. Pollman, L. Blair, Row Four: T. Mockobey, M. Pate, D- 5903 tie, J. Rice, D. Long, D. Shores, J. Hostetler, S. Renken, R. Fisk, L. Woirhaye, D. Draper, L. Polzin, D. Blair, Row Threfd Jadlow, J. Barker, J. Shaughnessy, C. Kerstann, W. Achermann, L. Penticutf, R. Anderson, M. Holloway, D. Summers, Cunningham, R. Moorman, J. Steplan, F. Mayfield, L. Harper, Row Two: M. Napier, N. Nichols, L. Bartow, A. Velasftu' F. Magee, J. Jamison, D. Block, D. Stubblefield, J. McBee, R. Merrifield, J. Fuchs, T. Steele, J. Austin, Row One" WGf1bS9GnS, R- lnmdh, D. Anderson, G. Barbour, T. Ainsworth, D. Dotson, R. Poindexter, O. Borland, F. Wells, E. LGF ZW "All-American" President Dan day night mee Vacati: L-...hh - ..,. . .,.. 'afmii -..-,., ,. .. . .. .,,., .,-.....,-,o1N.,...,...4mA QX Q, ,., .. ,, , ..,, .,,, ,-. . .. , , .. ,.. 4. u , mfg-.wg-wwgag ,. 4, J, ,ff,j,-,., f , , , ,. .f.,.,,,...,'f,ff,gafy-f:-rf, is f,-..r,f, .f,, r , -1 H .f ,,A.,,,..,, .m,,,,,,.4.. f ,Q x -r r x . K A - ,..L.,,.,f, -or--..A.e4Lu1,.-:.... H..- . ..-. .. V, f.v.f.- .ef.g-Q-,e-4.1-LJ. .--7, ,, ....,.-,.,.J,..,fE. . . , ,. .,,,..., ,4 I ..,..,,..,.,,. I 3. 1 .M .., if-. v b! r.. If A z mf- - li of Phi Sigma Epsilon, e '61-'62 season. Serv- John Hostetler. lace at Homecoming, and a steak fry qt vhere Sandy Jennings lckouts," the Phi Sig rry Tevis and as "Mr, nce Whiteman. J guy " is -uni 4.4- "All'A""eflWn" J- B- 9095 OUT for U Phi 559 PUSS- The Kleenex team burns the midnight oil on the Homecoming float. President Don Anderson faces the multitudes at a Wednes- ,hm- day night meeting. I, J. Mcteia, R. Stewart, 5' , Rankin, E. Devore, J- Rlng' Mockobey, M. Pure, D. BSU" alzin, D. Blain Row Threerl A, Holloway, D. Summefsfl 1ols, I.. Bartow, A. Velasqlml: le, J. Austiny Row Onef . Borland, F. wen., E. lvmbl 25, Q, J , .-,,.. .A Vacationers mingle at the annual Phi Sig Outing. xg . . .M - . -fs :-r'--.:'- ' rr' fr. X.. A in 'F ,K 3. Qthilx gi. of ,Q iii? -L, I . A if ff-'A-1 I - ,. , - " ' .-fe.-fs.,-ew 4 . f' -- ef?--wr l . I C W W '- 1' ii .1 - Q g Q I ,VA - .Q A .1 V. :A 1 ii .2439 5165. J 1 vw' ' L . ' 3 ' ' L f : 1 l George Berry Albert Dial Ron Stratton President Vice President Secretary Q r rr y J . Sigma Pi, ci national fraternity founded at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana, on February 26, 1897, was accepted for colonization on the CMS campus this year. With 30 charter members, the organization sponsored Rick Michaels as a candidate for "Mr. Cemo" and James Buck for Ugliest Man on Campus. Busy with the trials of estab- lishing a permanent organization, the men of Sigma Pi found time to sponsor a Wednes- day-night fraternity-sorority mixer and take part in the winter rush program. The chapter, sponsored by another chapter at Southwest Missouri State College, Spring- field, elected George Berry as president, and serving under him are vice president, Albert Dial: and secretary, Ron Stratton. Faculty sponsors are Dr.Herbert Eschliman and Dr. Paul Reid. 'Wt ROW Five: R- MlChGelS, M- DOWDGYCI, C. Youngberg, .l. Penick, M. Hanson, J. Buck, C. Pauly Row Four: R. Oldham, D. Hessee, R. Chrisman, S. Powell, J. Rickman, G. Erwin, E. Parris, G. Page: Row Three: J. Britt, P. Coonely, D. Fidlar, B. Capell, E. King, F, Young, D. McGowan: Row Two: B, Morris, W. Adler, D, Smith, J. Braun, D. Stratton, R. Stratton: Row One: F. West, R. Griswold, D. Steinberg, G. Berry. l ,. F5 In DI' b- 5- Q- lf, ld D. L lf, fl? .Y-..- -ns--1.-r.. 1'--. rw-N ' 1' wr- -f '-wr:-' -V V - ----.fn - 1--P A- -V --- V.. . . V .-W.. . e . W... .- .. . . . . win-.. .- ' " '7S:,: 'gr 1 - V- wg- ' if - Roy Johnson ' President My ?' e so 3.5, L Q' Bo Claxton Bob Reid Vice president Secretary 4, ' 4' 5. 1 ... ,VVQGWZVI ...ff f ,-M 1'v1ff3" 0,1'f61f6,1-.-'tfiufvfb QW- r .41-ffwizfff:.4.:,.W'f-f.,.1 Q-W12?QsZf?wy-021345 " ' ,wm.,f,f.yy...fv f znzcfgw f , , ,.cz2-w iz.. .. , ff ,f.f,,,. .. X X f fffrffhfffv V 'fwfffg fi? .W ' .sz . 1 - -,iwifawiaf - Qjyfwbi ,. 3 ""4'.""g'1fZ V555.1.G42-,'.,Tf4',f,',", ' 2:53-'v..f.'x. ' L , . . ., , ,, '1 ' if ""'1.f:1"1f'r.z,f .f:11f':i,-C111 I16f.'::L:1',farzwzf-z.2:a2:.n',.,.f1,113-mf' 5 'J 737- if ' Pi 'J wif :wif I' f f H' 5 QV ' ffiif if . vfwg, H rg, ,-, 2. .4 sw 4 ,. - Rfyffwszzi, gfsiiigzfif -1-.'.-f1:rf.m,''wrt irff'-:v K-is-4.0.2 ,," , X 1617- Mr V- f3,3s .'.:"':- 7 J' i. , -:nz-'Q-f .1lw:.'2-1: ,.If3wf"f1f-Z241161.235571,-5.23,-5vv2-'ai 23f.'K,ffm':z1,Q, ew I .f f f A fr ' , Alu!-70, l,.,7n ,,,,. ,, .., ff my wfw, ,ff . ,f, ,f-,. .V ,f-f . ,f4f.,4,,,f' ff, 1 1-X4 , .3,,5,,?.,, ,..4..,.g- ywfydlfvlif,-m.,,ga.,,,,, , , ., , . .f,., .. .,,, Wf,,,,,, '.'G1:,QL:4' 'ff-,,,,'g1,f:Qw'. 4 f H 'fs'-f A'r:4+.ff-.ffffzffzvftfif-L .44fmz:4W.w:.--Efw ' f f f f V ...ae ff' . f' The intramural spotlight remained on the Sigma Tau Gamma squad throughout the sports season as the fra- ternity won championships in both football and basketball. On the social scene, the Sig Taus sponsored the all-school Harvest Ball, the annual "White Rose" formal dance, frequent house parties and sorority exchange parties. Representing the fraternity in the "Mr. Cemo" contest was Jim Leach and as their "ugliest man" Larry Sahn. Alpha chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma was founded on the CMS campus in 1920 as the first chapter of the national fraternity. Officers for the year were president, Roy Johnson, vice president, Bolian Claxton, and secretary, Bob Reid. Faculty sponsors are Dr. Sam Hewitt, Ammon Roberson, C. B, Ford, and Dr. J. P. Morris. X Row Six: J. White, J. Ivy, C. Young, R. McBrown, 120 J. Britton, M. Roberts, J. Kronhart, B. Kelliker, L. Sahn, B. Irwin, V. Sellers, H. Beckmann, J. Leach, Row Five: T. Meinhardt, R. Rodriquez, R. Rhodes, K. Hartman, R. Eichmcn, J. Sulzner, J. Cox, B. Shellenbergar, J. Morris, Row Four: S. Hewitt, R. Johnson, A. Haller, G. Jennison, Parker, S. Hall, W. Wash, C. Ford, Row Three: B. Grimes, V. DeStefano, J. lmler, J. Ballenger, D. Fahnestock, T. Esposito, E. Linville, D. Reid, J. Blizeg Row Two: T. Ferguson, S. Boyne, D. Boyd, J. Parrott, J. Craig, E. Eikenbary, C. Brown, F. Long, F. DeMayop Row One: G. G. Downey, J. Rush, C. Coxson. Pledge Reid becol 4 ,ki ' 539 Taus spend a 'rdf only .A - ' - 1-w'---- f- ---vt-Q---M - ev' fwxnzauuzzwqvqfs ':fagzggk-13.-.j.,,f,.. ...J-zfw. fm.. -.1-, W-.. .. f-La V .A.........f, - 'wi v " JH Mrk... 119.21 1 ' WWW! WW mm ,W ,Wy 4 'wwe -rn in affwffxf Wim , A QC Au.-- us the fru- 'nal dance, o" contest oter of the lxtonp and P. Morris. I. Rodriquez, G. Jennison, . Linville, D. 'ow One: G. The "brothers all assembled" at the White Rose formal dance. Pledge Reid becomes the Sig Taus' "upstairs maid" for the day. Sig Taus spend a quiet afternoon at home. lt's either the vigilante committee or a Greek Week wo rk project. J I Z 6 t l l I 8 , 121 t i M ' ,A . .M .. .. 1-,. - ':,g.'.1.Qa.vn:u.- i "f-ygaf?f:lks'!'f-1:5-ct-,iizx-Lau--. x,55a,:e.sz61"'- 1:'fAF+'iP" :Nr v rfwfz -,.1:j-J , , . .. ,, ., -V - - - X .:"-we .1-N-N..-n-.sms-v:'?""ig'5. X . -f-g- L- -ve A-: ,-.-,eQ.1.:e.:. ,. L 1. . - .. .-.-.:4n:LL:.:::f:a:::. asm- eww-.: 4:-:'+ L-LL.-Lff:+ if 1 -1.-Q-'J-f-'.f,-'-.vs ----.f-1, -A TL4'-41411-fl-ff--f----1'--'Qfi'1---tl f 21 5.1- ""- 373' --r-s:::-- V- v -A Less-A-s, , ...Y,....-, - .,:.,-:-n1-:-1C,,- -ac , .isa xx s ,J lv , ,. ,.-,V g, Bill Ferguson President 'sf' t Jerry Stevens Vice president 3-s Ed Barnes Secretary gf V 'GU kGPP0ePS'l on The Delta Lambda chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon elected as their president this year Bill Fer- guson, and other officers included vice president, Jerry Stevens, and secretary, Ed Barnes. At Homecoming, the TKE float, featuring the invention of the "Gatling gun," took first place. "Teke's Night Out," an annual production, drew a large crowd with "Speakin' Easy in Chi- cago" as their theme, and bewhiskered chins were again seen on campus in preparation for Tekes' "Bowery Brawl" Eddie See, a senior, was elected "Mr Cemo" from TKE this year, and the fraternity sponsored Ron lee as their entry in the UMOC contest Sponsors for the fraternity which was founded on this campus ln 1954, are Dr Charles Khun, Richard Lane, and Dr Robert Goetz an National L Row Five B Allison K Keith G McElmurry B Battmer H Carlton P Woolley E Higgs A Letourneau P Klamm J McEntlre L Coen B Kedugh Row Four J Llvesay G Barnes E Barnes B Battmer R Wlnburn T Lehmann G Abernathy B Clark R Jordan l Hatfield R Lee B Proctor Row Three E Pembleton S Gard J Leuhrs W Johnson R Jones S Russell J WI koff L Seutz J Everly J Sellman L Reynolds C Taylor Row Two M Mitchell T Maldment N Day T Carlton D Smiley .I Courtney P Garrison A Clark L Davis G ODell B Thompson E Waters C Kuhn Row One R Dunning T Cooper R Carder J Stevens P Crawford E See R Baker J Schooler R Glffln B Ferguson L Wiseman Anybody , . L 4 - A , n , L J ' ' ' ' ' I ' I ' I ' 1 1 1 . I 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' I - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 ' ' ' I - 1 ' 1 - . . , . , . , . 1 1 1 . ' ' ' f ' I - 1 - 1 - t : . 1 - 1 - , . , . 1 ' ' 1 . ' ' ' ' I ' 1 - 1 - , . 1 1 I I . , . 1 ' 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 . , . , . , . . .. if Q. . A . 5 YA . Vt 9 QQ-at HLIZQA ,ye nf 1' MU. 45 Q ' 'IA nz x J.f,.,w 1, .f,, ,. ,, ff. V. ra- . , . - W5-izfk 'i e-1-L-56:4 9. P nn- - x , 1 sq ' 1 ,, v4 I ' f -f I , . 1 Z. f 5 In 4 V' A Q " 1 4 1 1 1 I 173' A fb Z vi milf? 1 -:If Pfiilff ffvff Liga, .L .,,A , ,. ' il -'ii'? ' National TKE sweetheart, Miss Myrna Miller of CMS. The annual Homecoming napkin-stuffing squad, "Anybody remember how to tie a square knot?" Tekes rehearse for "Speakin' Easy in Chicago." U- 1 'I 23 J" .. 4"""i ww f , 1 fs -ff'-'-H 1?-a ' "--F-44-' f'ref'-"f'r:11i1L:-:'s:visa- 'rl'-v w i '-4' 2111:'--7'-'f1f1',,Q'Yagi Ashe.-he 'x:'1'a'm'f'vgm-:'y:-cwe7i'Tl"" TWT " 'i2 "' 2 'L ' " T 'l -V if. -iff?-55 .5 -Szis f' - 1 if--,assi 'J ee., . . 2'-..-A x-M N, ' I l -CJ 4-1 'I24 xg! if '1"?lv -M 2 Y Q7 1' 'Sl '27' Row Three: G. Button, K. Duggen, K. Tieman, J. Hackerott, K. Mueller, Row Two: A. lorton, M Derstler, C. Anderson, K. Rasnic, Row One: R. Wilson, E. Murry, J. Timmerman. The Panhellenic Council is composed of two representatives from each of the sororities. In addition to setting rules for rushing and other sorority activities, the Panhellenic Council sponsors worth- while proiects in which all sororities participated. ',J"4,W. .nf '-' in ,X -ef ff." 'K -r-"7 Row Four: l.. Evans, J. Rickhan, J. Belshe, D. Kluttzp Row Three: B. Ferguson, V. Foster, R. Michaels, Row Two: G. Erwin, J. Lafferty, Row One: R. Hoffman, G. Ramel, P. Crawford. pan-hellenic council interfraternity council The Inter-Fraternity Council is the central agency for the fraternities of the campus with each fraternity being allowed three representa- tives in the Council. The Council regulates rushing activities and represents the fraternities as a group in campus activities. Arrival 1 ---M f W-...F Q-A-.1 ,MV ,, ,,,,-,.,,,,,, ,, -e,k, :-5 . if -- ' - - -1, .. by -.V--Y-.M W ' 1 -'-we-'---ff Y- f- ---Y.,-.,-fr, V -. -7. , . .-v.-- f fa..-:. .. . , , . ic rnity uncil is the central as of the campus with :wed three representa- Vhe Council regulates vresents the fraternities ctivities. . 1 ff,..,, 'OVW .som ,, -if 3 , ff-S 'NO' "7 sr" -.ff WWW? 'Q MJ? QV' vs... Row Three: J. Godfry, V. Moulton, S. Marsman, S. Means, L. Evens, Row Two: L. Seba, J. Gregg, B. Bridges, J. Putnam, Row One: B. Burkholder, M. Bohannon, P. Brady, S. Braver. Among .the IWA-sponsored activities this year were a Halloween party, independent women's association a wiener roast, a pizza party, Christmas party, a caroling party, and several money-making proiects. Among the officers of the group are president, Shirly Means, vice president, Janice Putnam, and sec- retary, Velma Moulton. Mrs. Averyl Bishop and Dr. lrwina Godfry were the IWA sponsors. .,x ,A 1' i ff ,VN le. 5111233 i Arrival of the STUDENT brings a number of anxious readers. "MY 'US' Cen'-H 125 mx' h VV .rm y ' ' -s r.. 4 :-s --.J33:Q,,,fJ,-'-' 'A g .sQf-1?-L-iefkbl 1-a f-131. uff.1xl5:1', 5.w7?E H1-'v?9E'1f.f"T:1 fv fs 'A wi , rv! It 0.7 'S' xl V37 Row Three K Hodges J Barnett M Lutte V Hilton Dr Nohm Row Two M Slover, M. Cole, P- HGYHESSI C- Deck: Row 01192 S Bowman B Phipps T Wright G Wisdom Alpha Lambda Delta promotes intelligent living and a high standard of learning through scholastic attainment among freshmen women. An initiation tea in the fall and an Initiation dinner for new members held in the spring are scheduled activities. 'Q This organization is led by president Patricia Harnessy senior advisor, Mary Lyn Brown vice president Carol Deck lumor advisor, Patricia Maasen, secretary, Mary Lutte treasurer Shirley Bowman historian, Virginia Hilton, and reporter, Cecilia d e Young Dr Laura Nahm and Dr Christine Foster are the sponsors. vo alpha ph: delta Row Four J Barnett L Ladd S Gooch J Miller J. Miller, V. Hilton, VB. Bock, J. Munson, Row Three: B. Chamber- A lain T Wright M Brown B Hoffman J Thoms M. Lutte, C. Granger, W. Walters, Dr. Nohmp Row Two: L. Peck, K Duggan J Larson M Cole J ONeal B Wldney, S. Warnock, C, Young, Row One: E. Yokoyama, C. Sutton, E Durst P Owen S Bowman J Hornlg S Gwinn. The purpose of Alpha Phu Delta is to recognize scholarship, personality, and promise of professional service of young women of this college Homecoming window decoration and a.spring party were activities this year. President, Terry Wright vice president Bonnie Gammon secretary treasurer, Ellen Yokoyama. Dr. Laura J. Nahm is the sponsor. X is a -, ...- A , X tu X -.1 , xt, :. , . , . I . f - i I - . , . , . , . . I 7 ' r i 7 r I .,-7 , ' ,ff 'f ef , 'Elf' r X P' It l 0 I :.. , . X , . , . , , - 4 1 - I - , . , . . . , . , . , . , . . , , , . , . , . i ' 1 7 ' - , A H Y , N . 'wwf-...., . ..-- ' - .. - .- A .L ' J - -si. .-.-. . ., - . . ..-:rg-eii2ii7I5 s 11-.:s,'-xafpafnefw '-'vf1r-- -:A ' f ' - -"' - 1 - -- v -1 -5:21-V- mn , .pf -v --- gag-:ge-,g-mal . . av:-1' W-gg, v -f-sv - A- -4 ' -o"'- '-ff 'rf "1-' ' 'Y 'H ' 'qlgmwig ' f' 'gain' ':"'N ' 1 1 ,..,. ,. ff 1 - 4 54 Row Three D. Howari For The purpo is to foste of biologi sors field cal study, Busby, pre and Jenn sponsors a ond Dr. S: ..-.,..,. . , ' ' ' " ' 'Wm ' ' L -""" "' f""' M 7 4 7 'L 11 ,-t-?i ,, -2, 1 4 .., :- 17? 3. Chamber- vo: l.. Peck, , C. Sutton, ce of young aident, Terry lonsor. ,Wav 4'-I vt 4 Row Three: K. Hodges, J. Barnett, G. Sears, D. Kullmann, G. Wisdom: Row Two: B. Phipps, J. Parrott, M. Cale, D. Howard: Row One: E. Yokoyama, R. Caskey, T. Wright. x wg' beta beta beta The purpose of Beta Beta Beta biological society Row Three: J. Marqua, S. Chrisman, is to foster, stimulate and Perpeluate the ideals C- I-mlelonf J- Mccovllanp Row Tw? . , rson, . of biological research. The society, which spon- Df' Nahm' 'I' Green' age . . , Busby, Mr. Myers: Row One: N. Pope, sors field trips throughout the state for blologi- N. Covey' D. Dale, K- Dyer. cal study, is under the leadership of William Busby, president: Jerry McGowan, vice president, and Jennie Green, secretary-treasurer. Faculty sponsors are Mr. Richard Myers, Dr. Laura Nahm, and Dr. Sam Hewitt. -r 1: :sq -ma Pg glut 7 L' alpha phi sigma f To recognize scholarship, to encourage a continued love for learning, and to be of service to the college are the! objectives of this group. Sponsorship! of Sapere Aude Scholarship, a Christ- mas party, an initiation for new mem- bers, participation in the Honors Ban- quet, and the presentation of an Honor Key to an outstanding member were all a part of the Organization's activi- ties this year. Gary Sears is president, Doring Brenning is vice president, and Mildred Cole is secretary-treasurer. Dr. H. Clay Jent is the faculty sponsor. kappa delta pi High professional, intellectual and per- Rgw Twg: Dr, Keffer, sonal standards in education are encour- J. Hackerott, W- aged by Kappa Delta Pi. Officers for the Hodges, R. Caskey: Row One: J. Conlon, past year were: Judy Stockton, president, D Howmd' R. Dryer, Pat Weaver, vice president: Linda Logue, M, Cole. secretary, Kay Hodges, treasurer. Dr. Ket- fer is faculty sponsor. 127 ' , ' ,, '31-QL , ' 5-1. ,. ' ,. ' 15.2. -fl-1-114.3 ' Lf,"-f T-QQ I.-Q-, , Y ' - ' - e '- " .,:. : -,msc- L -, Q - - '- T1-.' L: V. - ' A " ' :i'!"'.'-1' 1 5...-C .1-- .:, , 1. -:'f.L-:Q-.aff-,. s: 43:-:a-fn.-wr. s-ufa..,:...., Ls siren.: 2-5.5:-,,Qv.-st.: .sais .1.4.fgL. ,ss-..,. .. .:-new--lass., sam. .L-Q-.--f1':.'. . -7'1" 3 ' Y- - ' qi ,,'::jfgA-.s " "ww W -- ' -v f-Q .4- beta alpha - Beta Alpha an art fraternity, sponsors the sale of pen- nants for Homecoming, a Christmas party, a pledge party and initiation a spring sketching party, and a trip to the Nelson Art Gallery. Beta Alpha strives to cultivate the appreciation of its members so that in their choice and selection for all expressions of art they will make their material environment more beautiful for themselves and others The officers are: president, Mike Garry, secretary, Judi Emick treasurer, Jeannie Heisler. S. Staffen, J. Heisler, M. Perkins. tl Row Three: C. Castle, W. Stoney, L. Kisker, A. Roberson, R. Hart, Row Two: E. Shockey, H. Williams, B, Hudson E. Brooks, N. Folkerson, Row One: S. Bertz, A. Jackson, C. Smith, J. Conlon. C? ZW' Row Three: E. Barnes, B. Kennedy, Row Two: R. Fleischmann, S. Baldwin, B. Hoffman, B. Reys, M. Lutte,. Row One, E. Hessel, L. Cusick, E. Duncan, L. Ragland. 128 . , . ,,.,,,,v...,1.,-- ,.... ..,.,..e..4.,...c.. an -, - . . , , , . ,. , , , .... ,U ,. .. , . ,,,, ... ., X .,, .. ,, ,,, v g ,M -rr.. . E' 5 ' - 3,---def-irzesgsese, s ' - . , . '?1a-s-.:gggg:q -1 - fo.. Q. ..-.ri'2Z-L--.gy H. g ....,,-.93E11.HE."53!:Q!m'1!sz2.xx?5'a1efs1v-.-raiser-mv-wmvzsev ' ' ' Q v -, V - Y Y fy 'v- wmv- Row Two: L. Habeger, S. Whitt, M. Garry, P. Wallace, E. Ellis, Row One: J. Emick, A. Plisowski, pi kappa lambda This honorary music organization initiated new mem- bers and held an Honors Banquet this year. Presi- dent, Dr. Ralph E. Hart, vice-president, Dr. Hugh B. Williams, secretary-treasurer, Miss Eleanor Shockey. kappa mu epsilon Promoting an appreciation of the power of mathe- matics on campus is the function of Kappa Mu Epsi- lon headed by Bob Kennedy. Activities consisted of field trips in the spring and having various off-campus speakers. Other officers are: vice-presi- dent, John Breshears, secretary, Doralee Miller, treas- urer, Ray Fleischmann. Dr. Charles E. Kelley sponsors the group. S Advancing study of litero while reading, promoting fostering a spirit of fellow English language and liter: zation that recognizes outs homecoming for all Englisl the department, publishin pieces to the notional mag for "Missouri Youth Write for visiting people outstan activities. President, Mai Phipps, secretory-treasurer, , A omicr Furthering the interest in Kappa Omicron Phi spon Founders' Day Program, IN more party, pledging and dent, Judith Rucker, fir: Linda Lea Miller, secon Carol Stegner, recording : Beckman, corresponding Hornig, treasurer, Marilyn YeP0l'leI',Judith Beard, gua the archives, Judith Beard. piom To further interest in the p ness education field is the Beta Rho Chapter of this 9f0Up. Events during the ye. Alumni brunch, Homecoming to the business division du ers' meellngi annual news POPCORN: chili supper, sp senior breakfast. Officers NQNY Clltron, vice-presidel Secretary, Linda Logue, 1 Ul"l9: publicity, Dorothy KI .,,.. cpdl., , 44 -xr . ...fn .5-.ze Ps- ,V ':"t1.', mfr, - 'i V ff. "' -- - 3f 512d!i"'f . ,f ...sweep V J ew - versace. -- 4 . , . t an df 1 Mg .. J 1 I JN I , nv J 1 J .1 f P-fix A ia f Q HPI rx , A. Plisowski, ! :mbda ation initiated new mem- Banquef this year. Presi- ze-president, Dr. Hugh B- ', Miss Eleanor Shockey. epsilon of the power of mdthe' nction of Kappa Mu EPSl' uedy. Activities consisled ing and having various ' officers are: vice-presi- ury, Doralee Miller: 'fe'-'5' Charles E. Kelley SPOUSOVS sigma tau delta Advancing study of literary masterpieces, encouraging worth- "7 while reading, promoting mastery of literary expression, and fostering a spirit of fellowship among students specializing in P77 English language and literature are the obiectives of this organi- V'-ff ration that recognizes outstanding students in English. A tea at homecoming for all English faculty and students and alumni of the department, publishing the CEMOST, contributing literary pieces to the national magazine, RECTANGLE, and clerical work for "Missouri Youth Writes", sponsoring dinners and meetings for visiting people outstanding in the field of literature are the qgtivities. President, Mary Lyn Brown, vice-president, Bette Phipps, secretary-treasurer, Sandra Terry, historian, Janice Barnett. kappa omicron phi Furthering the interest in home economics, Kappa Omicron Phi sponsors food sales, Founders' Day Program, Newsletter, sopho- more party, pledging and initiation. Presi- dent, Judith Rucker, first vice-president, Linda Lea Miller, second vice-president, Carol Stegner, recording secretary, Carolyn Beckman, corresponding secretary, Judith Hornig, treasurer, Marilyn Struemph, distaff reporter,Judith Beard, guard and keeper of the archives, Judith Beard.. pi omega pi i0 further interest in the professional busi- ness education field is the purpose of the lslu Rho Chapter of this national honor 9l0Up. Events during the year are an annual llvmni brunch, Homecoming, serving coffee Yo the business division during state teach- meeting, annual news publication, the POPCORN, chili supper, spring picnic, and lenior breakfast. Officers are president, Nc Secretary, Linda Logue, treasurer, Louise UW, publicity, Dorothy Kullman. ers' My Catron, vice-president, Gwen Hayes, M '-2.-in f , -' ' vga '-T7 Row Three, R. Greet, C. Titus, B. Eastin, J. Barnett, V. Taylor, Row Two, L. Ladd, R. Seba, R. Melton C. Smith, Row One: R. Jones, B. Phipps, M. Brown, B. Gammon, S. Terry. C WW Qnf' 'eww 4,-4, Row Two: L. Baker, J. Rucker, C. Stegner, Dr. Moore, G. Livingston, Row One: C. Beckman, J. Beard, A. Walker, L. Miller. fri' "" " A ef f ' ,N -V7 0-. 'v- -A, . ff :ZZ YI' eq...- T""7 Row Three: H. Suhr, J. Hackerott, D. Kellmann, D. Summers, C. Kuhn, Row Two, D. Morrison, G. Wisdom, J- 50tChel0r, C. Craig L. Uhrig, C. Sutton, Row Ona: J. Porter, N- Colfonf M- BYOWH- HF' . M, . --,, -.- ,.-...e-. -,...- --.Tee -...Yfasw-+-Iv---.5--fs-s1,':efr-"'9..F V . ,...,, , . . . . .-. -Af.-.-W-.-.-1-se-.Y -nf,-.--., 1 zfffs-meff.'G:rww el- f, -if-. W-A-:N . - 'en 1-1:-..,-1 .f. .f , l tha., -----'-W - - so traits-5-1.1,-.-see.,-ee-N.. . .i . - - I29 "sill-iz. sK33':i::.S'- c sv: - , 2, 5-555 .gif ' ' ',:3g,:,Ag,gigi4'- - ,:. . -:Q- ., .3-.fem-4.:.e:fe .fee . . . -. -.f .' A . . . 1-.-.s?!km'4i'1Hra..-means,s - ?P-'J-Ji, 1 fi-qvggnrqg ' ' - --.- - .. . -- ,. - . , . we we., . ., . ,.. . H . - .., '-.,.,. , ,,,,,, - 5- -- Wei 9 N . Mg H- L Il - f X ,M . ,Nw .. R It., "T ,-an FV' , .gf 'Nl' 1-lv-'qv 'Si Q' Lf it-Wd C e Q n d h Row Two: G. Myers, L. Schneider, E. Barnes, Row One: E. See, E. Lamb Mace and Torch is a leadership honor fraternity which recognizes outstanding upperclassmen men students on campus Mis. 6' 752' : , vs. 9 m U Z Row Three: R. Fleischman, W. White, R. Robertson, M. Weber, Row Two: Mr. Holland, K. Hartman, J. Files, D. Gordon, Mr. Rickman, Row The Ps: chapter of Sigma Zeta's purpose is to en- One: R- Bl-'ms' J- Rickman: M- Bcdlef C- Ni99'eY- courage scholarship in science and to recognize creditable attalnments in this field. The sponsors are Mr Holland and 'Mr. Rickman. ma si CITISC "Six Characters i "The Importance year's presentatio outlet for those i of the theater. 'VH Row Tw ,, . -, .f-,.,..,..,,. - V1.1 Hi-,zg V--wg: V Q,-g....-.fy -gpgy,f-.-p--.f,.-,.-.- . . , I -, - - V . - . . ., .sr-.:..:-1:--.gf-: .-e.L:..:::'4:!:n'-176' 1'z22:E':1:ez7T':syi13fEkZ:9E1ZiEEf7:2' Vbf ff? " ' 5... - H , -.-fe... .-. --J -f- ...- 4. . . . - - - - -viii S1 I .. X J E. See, E. Lamb , M. Weber, Row Mr. Rickman: Row c m s c players "Six Characters in Search of an Author" and "The Importance of Being Earnest" were this year's presentations of this group, offering an outlet for those interested in the various fields of the theater. Sf tv Row Four: D. Draper, J. Bliss, B. Eastin, F. Mason, G, Fisher, J. Sill, L. Lehman, Row Three: L. Ladd, E. See, B. Stoltz, R. Inman, E. Taylor, J. Highlander, Row Two. J. Grissom, M. Hutchinson, B. Phipps, J. Ott, P. Cook, J. Witherspoon, G. Oesterly, Row One: J. Kennedy, M. Meyer, S. Loudon, D. Draper, S. Ziefle. xz V -V.: , Row Two: E. see, cs. Fisher, J. Highlander: Row One: J. Kennedy, S- louder'- ,Nh Q ,VV- .ae .--..-. " "' ' " I theta alpha phi The purpose of Delta chapter is to further the interest appreciation and participation in the fine art of the theater. 131 Ltd .....---.-vw' -Y ' K1 " , -. -' : :W-"H . . - "f':4-A 'N' D:-' -"L" i" F ' 'M ,V N- I , XM. B..-1,5 -k -- - ,rag if-Q.:-,,r1.., ' ' - u es?-2,r-s ae-f-.-f -' . :mr-f,L:ae.' ' 1 1 ' r:?f1Z'i 'v .fff'23f??a 3-3... - -. .- "Y ..':'-:2.+1.f':-rs?,mW ? A -:-ale s:--P-A W ' - X - -Vs.h:2wz1.-'i9f.s1wHr-2'1.'f4aa+9-vsn-v'1-ef:w-fws+aee:i'.' ' mimi? im V' 7 A "ffl 1' -4 3 v--.., american chemical society An organization for those interested or maloring In chemistry ACS affords students Row Three E Heaton W. Steinkuehler, R. Robertson, M. Weber S Chrlsman A. Dial, Row Two: B. Hallier, B. Busby, K Hartman F Wolff K. Michaels, R. Cook, G. Reed, Row One J McDonald R. Chiles, J. Norris, M. Baumann, C. Van- Blarcun on campus an affiliation with the national organization of chemists and chemical engineers The group sponsors regular speakers a spring field trip and a banquet Officers are Ray Robertson president Mary Ann Baumann vice president and Bill Hallier secretary treasurer The chapter sponsor is Dr C D Heaton is W4 NJ W7 fs 'Y 1 .5 outing club Outing Club strives to promote outdoor Row Three: D. Hensley, H. Gregory, H. Golub, J. Harves, J. life and living among ,he smdems Bliss, Row Two: Mr. Hawksley, P. Martinson, D. Dale, M. Mc- of CMS Gown, Mr. Myers, Row One: D. Curry, J. Green, N. Pope. A W se-ew -e A - f industric This club strives to professional developr bers and students in agricult f V " .5,.- ...W 'I M. '-' -' r' -, , .M -: .,, Y - . ,. s . 511,- 'gif "-5+ nu- 'vu -f-wr ,."f"g'z2' ,J .iff.S"'f1f'a5 1: M J ., ., ,.,..:, fe ,Aw . .35 .IF f M-ra 1:. ri flnn-. . ,-.?i'?'35 .,,. : :-ze-friiqf, :f :L "'. L L Q l A Row Five: J. Evans, J. Foulds, W. Adams, H. Day, K. Eckhoff, G. Neal, D. Boedecker, A. McNeise, D. Kipp, L. Mul- lins, Curnutt, J. Milbourn: Row Four: B. Goodwin, E. Devore, E. Bowmann, T. Bowers, T. Sullivan, L. Tatlow, B. Grimes, C. Bultemeier, G. Page, J. Neth, G. Heager, M. Larkin: Row Three: J. Romanchuk, J. Landers, B. Brock, E. Radford, C. Fritchman, R. Sparks, J. Ramey, G. Gaines, V. lngrum: Row Two: J. Horine, M. Jenkins, K. Lutte, E. Leasck, L. Finley, J. Singleton, R. Mann, H. Young, D. Procter, N. Grinstead, R. Toetz: Row One: C. Honeywell, G. Clark, R. Roggy, M. Jett, J. Wilkerson, K. Khan, M. Modaressi, B. Brown, R. Bailey, M. Badie. Row Four: J. Ring, L. Daniels, D. Hussey, L. Wilson, G. Streit, R. Eissler, Dr. Gretebeck: f Row Three: A. Peterson, D. Burford, J. Fox, R. Kill, G. Schutte, D. Reynolds: Row Two: M. Hawkins, J. Ramey, D. Summers, R. Elliott, D. Smith: Row One: J. Mock, R. Oldham, L. Atkins, P. Brady, R. DeBord, J. Adams. Promoting fellowship among agriculturally-minded students is the purpose of this club. Activities include a get-acquainted party for freshmen, Homecoming activities, iudging trip to Maryville, Ag-club-4-H party, iudging contest sponsored by NACTA at Fresno, California, annual Agriculture club banquet, and helping with district Voc-Ag judging contest. Officers are: president, Dan Summers: viceepresident, James Ring: secretary, Robert Kilp: treasurer, Don Smith: reporter, Larry Atkins: parliamentarian, Tom Grimes: sergeant-at-arms, John Adams. 133 w w., , --fyfkw-ru'-ir: -:-" .- sw.. -:L.1 - .,. sAs:.... ?zv1Ne::a:2s9sfvf--2 " TS11Ff'Q ff U ' " . . 'xr f- : veifiwffg"fx21-?s:f':v:asfQerre'2SE1.sf!sfse03f9u:' . . 3- so .4 . . , : .- -L gpg, .,,.,.,, . . . F.. .., ...N .- r"N-- f'- -- - --.E.--vffg:-55431. 5-1:3ii:5.L5-:f.:5:q.: ---.: 1 -:,.s-.:-.:..:- . .-9--Wg ' 4.1-or':fN14?:wE:-:fin-.g..:7:"-e-F -f" :.1.-..- 'ohms 3539.-m::Ef'k1S'5?.'Wrf.v, .::'z.fHl.1-.V ffgrm.-vw. , .-ss.. f 1 '-...J as -vi Row Four: Dr. Moore, J. Beard, C. Stegner, C. Lee, B. Bonnot, J. Eickhoff, L. Baker: Row Three: J. Hopkins, C. Beckman, S. Stonner, D. Craven, C. Mellenbuch, A. Walker: Row Two: J. Fritts, P. Owen, N. Hotchkiss, B. Heindon, J. Rosa: Row One: V. Williams, N. Cole, B. Porter. lh Colhecon is a group formed to further home economics in college and to train young C 0 e n women to be efficient leaders in home life. Dr. Lanice Moore and Miss Laura Baker are the sponsors. "f Q Row Four: H. Day, G. Schutte, B. Goodwin, E. Dow, B. Bock, J. Eickhoff, Dr. Gretebeck: Row Three: M. Hawk- ins, J. Wittmar, R. Oldam, J. Bergel, R. Roberts, S. Hovdey Row Two: B. Crook, S. Stark, B. Burkholder, V. Kee- ton, A. Anderson: Row One: B. Porter, D. Pinson, P. Lowry, J. Park. 134 collegiate 4-h Assisting 4-H clubs near the campus, helping college students maintain an active member- ship in 4-H and keeping up with state, national and international programs are the purposes of this group. This organization is sponsored by Dr. Gretebeck. President is Betty Bock. x 'l 5. 5 ,. I L ll ll V i 7 Row Four Horton, J son, C. S V. Keeton Row Three J. Britton, T ' 'W -f - I J' " '-:E vfff f. 2. s.-:':.f,f. .-'I-gnunzc 1,:,,5...I.,,..,i-.?,...5..e..,.',L:. 'ig,,,.I,,, i : H. I W V Y, I X V V ,L K I M ' . ' H-' ' ' X' .1 ! --211-7 T 6 i E-lb' EV? .izfsf f ,. 'E H ., . ., , ., H - A '. 2-fa?"-. .f....., .,. D- ...itz-.fi f" 'ff-1 ' . -uf f ' f' i - V 4 e ' 'Q' 1 k J. -I - "' JI ,L.i','.'.'FT f LIZ' L , .-4111 ' if i . " " "T' ' W' .'hjV2i' F Q EP' in if 'IW' 'V 9 x .c 7.1 ,, A M 4 , JJ. ...Y ,'t'j'::9"'.1-gj:CfZ7f'd?.",?Je j:,g1.':.zsg,giLQ55Z,um,L.g,.5,f3- fs 3c3,.1,.s5.,,5 .gr e ,,. . , ,. .. M Q . . z fu' ...gig an3.545421f1:f2f.HC?i'-5'--'.1i"5:w,+'5,9'-915 'fir' "jfgj.-I' -.H Q -MW ' l I I I l l , D. Craven, -rv Row Four: M. Pilant, J. Vaughn, G. Fischer, M. Hanson J Weber D Smith R D ' I - , . , . ematteis, G. Wood, K. Taylor, Row Three: G. Johnson, D. Smith, B. Horton, J. Fuchs, L. Pentlcuff, M. Murphy, S. Bertz, B. Capellp Row Two: D. Gibler, S. Branch, A. Rinehart, N. Eddington, R. King D. Merriott, N. Fulker- son, C. Sloan, B. Fleming, Row One: E. Durst, L. Warren, M. Mansfield, R. Dryer, M. Needy, R. Daughterty, C. Asp, D. Mawson, J. Conlon, S. Barbarick, V. Keeton. to train young laura Baker are C n d This organization sponsored by the Music division promotes' appreciation of good music and O helps to bring students of similar interests closer together. if' H+-ww ,aes iffy . h "'T"'?' e g l a te 4 - near the campus, helping ntain an. active merrlb-ef' b G r r E S r S ing up with state, nationd grams are the purposes of ' ti n is s onsored bY Barrister: Club is a newly organized group on :nnza o P J, ' f Bock, "V, campus for students interested in the bar ent is Be ty . " association and problems of the law. Among " rv, their activities this year they brought films and guest speakers to campus and sponsored a trip to the Kansas City Police department. Dr. C. James Britton is the sponsor. 6. Row Three: T. Eberwein, O. Mundwillerg Row Two: Dr. Britton, G. Ramel, B. Brock, Row Ono: J. Britton, T. Muckvichit. M V w g ig , .a '- A ' ,A , V- .V,-.,...ff:.es.---.4-.'.i.+.i,Q,ff5-E1.-six:flu:-..+,rffifcfff2f1T.-P+ ?'1'ff11S'ff'f"'f'Q"wimt5"'5iff'-' ' l 'A "' ' . -, JI..- -.lv .,. ....,,. , ,. , -rw V7 wr -ef' v-v -: -Tb sv . -. ,V v- ,.,,,-.-...1-..... V,,--v- mx., "1 Q- -' 411- A-.23 .J -.1 1-L 'D 1 I 4393 Row Four P Wadick J Dietz K Montgomery S Thomas B Allen J Green P Martinson, S. Osborneg Row Three: P. Snydee, D Curry M Hammonds M Lloyd S Warnock D Dale B Elgin Row Two D Stover R. Houts, C. Foote, J. Walker, D. Hiatt, M Culp J Dunshee M Wmdes Row One A Uhr J Kaiser S Whyte P Sweeney J. Miller. Dolphins provides an opportumty for women students interested in swimming to increase their swimming skills by learning advanced stunts and group synchronized swimming. The club sponsors dg I I Red Cross Classes In life saving and water safety instruction during spring term. They also sponsor the annual Dolphin Swim Show Officers are president, Joyce Dietz, vice president, Judy Walker secretary Sally Warnock treasurer Patty Snider, publicity manager, Donna Dale, and property manager Marne Ann Culp Miss Betty Elgin is the sponsor. ,- YM? ,,-,n Row Three T Waltmuer P Tebbenkamp N Roelofson J Boresow L Gudde Row Two D Reine M Gilbert, N. Covey, D Beard Miss Young Row One S Warnock M Lloyd L Dyche S Jennings To promote an interest In modern dance is the purpose of this club. Activities this year Included dance workshops to acquaint interested people with orchesis activitiesg "A Tour 0 h I S of the Dance World production and a high school convocation. Officers are president, Marcia Lloyd vice president Gloria Mallory, and secretary-treasurer, Linda Cook. Miss Florence Young is the sponsor ,f 1- gr , '.,'1 K .,. "' A Q1 .J , 4--r ' K fi' 1-.1 5 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 . - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - I 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - I 5 - 1 f 1 - 1 - 1 c 7 1 F 1 , . ' 'D- f we r 4 M nz fi "' C' 1 cf....y' -J I fl , 709 A M .,. -- A..- Q3 new K fm fc' QV' 75 ,,g .J V .. - .uf-1 -f 1. 707' : . , . , . , . , - 1 1 - 1 . , , 7 : . , . , . , . . I .. . 7 1 7.1 4 ff J .... 1 1 1 1 Row Five M. Lutte, B. Hotfmi eron, D. J. Conlon bey, C. l stu: edu dl if ""2J' gf, ag Q- fl 0 J "I K-1 Row Four i. Walker D. Howar ame edu 'WF 'P . .., -1 A -- f A ' -'- -1 .. w ' ' 'H ' .., - ..' . 41- Q -gp. ,Q .. .s - , ,. 1 P. Snydee: er, D. Hiatt, icrease their lub sponsors They also ,e president, Donna Dale: ivities this year ivitiesp "A TOUI' , are president, nda Cook. Miss . - .-. ..- . .--..--...,'m--.-.-1 ,Q-C-,ww -.-4 s.....,' -' ' 'x,'.-, .sf ., s.,f.. 1-We 'fp -. . . ew - H ' f fl' 4 l l 1 v Row Five: R. Hubbard, M. Broker, B. Eastin, G. Fisher, H. Gregory, L. McCorkle, K. Mueller, S. Baldwin, J. Hackerott, R. Fleischman, P. Carter, ' M. Lutte, L. Ladd, J. Wittman: Row Four: J. Battagler, C. Battagler, G. Clark, C. Lee, J. Barnett, K. Hodges, H. Young, G. Burke, M. Brown, . B. Hoffman, A. Tomney, J. Treece, L. Butter: Row Three: A. Anderson, E.-Biesemier, M. Mawson, T. Waltmier, L. Gudde, A. Plisowski, M. Cam- I eron, D. Hutton, L. Cusick, L. Kircher, D. Lindstrom, W. Wade, L. Uhrig: Row Two: R. King, M. Sinclair, M. Cole, D. Mawson, J. Ott, C. Smith, J. Conlon, J. Roy, N. Fischer, C. Baker, N. Sheafferp Row One: R. Dryer, L. Pitt, J. Lovinger, P. Glass, l. Walker, D. Decker, D. Howard, Z. Clas- bey, C. Norman, B. Vollenweider, B. Gerhardt. SNEA provides members with the opportunities for developing personal growth and . I - A . . . . - d N professional competence and deepens interest ln' teaching as a career. Activities " ' stu ent nahona , include Homecoming Queen Candidate, state convention, MSTA in Saint Louis, , 0 . . Education Day and a banquet in the spring. President is Imogene Walker: vice- f e d U C 0 O n 0 S S 0 C I Q 0 n president, Bill Schrimsher, secretary, Dee Deckard, treasurer, Pamela Glass: historian, 't Dolores Haefling. fs i 13 I l 75" . l 1 l l I . Row Four: J. Wittmar, E. Middaugh, L. McCorkle, K. Hodges, D. Sinclair, T. Waltrnier. C- Bdllflglerr Row Three: K. Ranson. l. Walker, N. Sheaffer, C. Baker, L. Butler, l. Roy, S. Wilhoit: Row Two: J. Battagler, A. Anderson, J. Lovinger, C. Schmidt, ,? D. Howard, P. Glass: Row One: M. Cole, D. Deckard, B. Vollenweider. 3. The ACE has as its goals the promotion of desirable conditions in schools, the ,. Q m e G n C h i I d raising'of standards of preparation, and informing the public of the needs ol school Q children. The group under Donna Howard, president, Barbara Palmer, vice-president, , . and lrene Roy, secretary, sponsors programs presented by children, speakers on ll, ed elementary education, a Christmas party, motion pictures, a senior tea, and fund I raising projects. Dr. Kathleen Ranson is the faculty sponsor. Y L37 3 '-7-qpy fpli'-l v. 2 sawn: ., - H ' .- . 3f"' -' L i ,Q ,1- t international relations The pu pose of this organization is to cultivate an interest in international affairs to bring information to those Interested to acquaint all members with the latest literature o questions of international importance and to develop a healthy and tolerant attitude toward all peoples of the world. This organization which pays tuition for one member to attend the annual collegiate council for United Na- tions Leadership Institute in New York each June is led by the president Perez Olinda. cosmopolitan club Providing an opportunity for cultural orientation, social life, and friendship with students and faculty of varied interests and from various countries is the purpose of the Cosmopolitan club. This group was host to the new foreign students at a party early this fall: discussion on customs and religions of different countries, informal parties, and exhibits from foreign countries. President, Khurshid Khan, vice-president, Perez Orlindo, treasurer, John Mar- qua, and secretary, Jacquline Briggs. 138 71: ..,,v.. rms., - A f-,H-. .-qc.-. .' ' . 4... lim -." ':: - 5 :g1Qg4s1' f'f' ' .V - ---V - . -. .'l'9'f1'?!l1f'i"N "3'2"' 'WWF N' 'NW P'-' i f Row Three: Dr. Powell, S. Means, V. Sellars, J. McCollum, R. Eastin, M. Sirkus, Dr. Anders, Row Two: C, Yin, S. Thompson, M. Badie, Y. Keum, P. Olinda, C. Kessler, Row One: J. Putnam, L. Lawson, L. Merritt, T. Wright, M. Stevenson, R. Mendoza, K. Khan. PHYS educ The Physici help student cal educatic men of thi speakers tc other event: 49' 1-uf T." 'fm Row Three: Dr. Stoney, P. Olinda, E. Calloway, C. Yimg Row Two: R. Thompson, M. Bowers, M. Keumg Row One: J. Briggs, M. Badie, K. Khan, T. Muckvichit. Not Pictured: M. Modaressi. A lettermen' M Club is I athletic ever president, M, an alumni cc at athletic e' queen, and Dr. Glenn C 'J . e , W f""'Un , av' physical educators club The Physical Educators Club strives to help students better understand the physi- cal education field and its problems. The men of the organization brought guest speakers to the campus and sponsored other events during the year. Row Two: R. White, B. Bailey, M. Noland, Row One: .11 FN J -.ni ..,-...ew , xf' auf'- ,Q-gw 'Sy his R. Suhl, R. Maricantin. A lettermen's organization on the CMS campus, the purpose of the M Club is to promote a general interest and participation in varsity athletic events and social activities. The club, with Bob Tompkins as president, Mike Noland, vice president, and Bob Reys, secretary, sponsors an alumni coffee at Homecoming, the sale of seat cushions and programs at athletic events, an all-school sports dance, the presentation of a sports queen, and program meetings during the year. Sponsor of the club is Dr. Glenn Gerdes. m club Row Five: L. Johnson, W. Wash, B. Poynter, G. McFarland T. Marshall, B.'Vallino, N. Allen, B. Ely, B. Walters, J. Keeton Row Four: J. Rice, R. Beam, B. White, J. Hockensmith, B. Sil verburg, S. Russell, J. B. Smith, Row Three: L. Dunham, G Robbins, L. Seitz, B. Dawson, D. Beattie, D. Kessler, F. Tuggle J. Everly, G. Marchetti, M. Zwayer, Row Two. D. Gerdes, B Reys, W. Laws, G. Chasp, K. Ely, H. Gray, D. Engelbrecht Row One: J. McGraw, T. Carlton, R. Mirikitani, E, Green J. Mafhenia, D. Cheever, R. Corder. of -i i I we s.-7-.-fi i-X-I--.-if 1---ease-.Tw 'emi rms-'44-,pri ....-1.:x:-ii-:liitin zs i4s'r',':r"'1e. Y'T.i'f1"'i1li -' fe' . -J' ' , H f,.- f-.---f- - .3---,ww V-jp,-1-:'., .H G f - 1:-'. . . : . I " -Y V - M' " "' ' 1 1 2 new 'li'-.':. f eff- ' -lfefejivfggl.-Q.elk,,.,-.feggi4Qfgiifgqeieeagfag-wfseevef5?:n4.fsg,:ezicigcee-e.i'-get-11.---'...s,,.LIe-lg .sl:.,ssLg.,,llgI.I-.11ls . QTL A -A-sf-..--me jkg , Row Fourz J. Heimburger, S. Hovde, M, Minks, A, Williams, B. VanBebber, H. Suhr, S. Baldwin, C. Glass, S. Tiesler, P. Wadick, B. Allen, Lllommey, Row Three, N. Covey, B. Powell, D. Phillips, N. Lloyd, E. Lowry. J. Bailey, J. Green, D. Beard, J. Boriesow, C. Bueker, L. Gudde, Row Two: Miss Jutten, G. Miller, W. Small, J Naylor, M. Hutchinson, P. Tebbenkamp, J. Jones, N. Roelofson, K.,Clark, L. Cartwright, M. Dallan, L. Dyche, Row One: S. Brauer, S. Jennings, B. Quinn, S. Stump, R. Burris, A. Nakamura, M. Gilbert, P. Hughes, M. Mawson, S. Cook, P. Sweeney. .1 xg 'Viv Row Four J Boi'ey H Suhr M Munks S Baldwin P Wadlck J Heimburger B Allen Row Three, J Green N Covey B Powell W Small L Dyche J Boresow B Quinn A Tommey Row Two J Naylor, M Windes M Gilbert M Culp J Jones D Beard M Dallan Row One S Jennings G Muller A Naka- mura M Mawson pem club The encouragement of professional growth of women physical education malors is the goal of the Physical Education Majors Club. WTC The Women's Recreational Association pro- vides a well-rounded, wholesome, and active recreation program for all women students at CMS. Activities this year included a coke party, howdy hike, activity fun nights, hockey, volleyball, basketball, and softball intra- murals, co-educational badminton tourna- ments, tennis tournaments, inter-school sports- days, recreational swimming, and a spring picnic. Officers are president, Judy Boresowp vice-president, Becky Quinn, and secretary- treasurer Ann Nakamura. The sponsor' is Mrs. Evans. 1-1. 1 N741 by, J YW? '2':'f7""w'a'if' fW21'4. -aff 'Ta km! ' A ' L 'Sh : . 5. 1 -75" 1 ,"1,i'4.,-.711 'z' P, .5171 W.'.'4-- Qi, DWI' -. 'Qt' Y '-1. 7 07735 E i775 will " ' J ' " T' 5. v ' 'V' "' 1" " vi1"F1U--1' ' ' ' ' 7 M f 1' "- 1 " 4 . . . L.. - .. . . , , ' ' ' - V - ' .' 1 ': -1 i fp,ff'L.'Cf--"-5-.fry-:V'f-Z1.:1fw:4, .rf .Mer srl: ..:?f:'32-:aw-sins-,ifsssm-...re.. .J iS2f,.:.,.:e... "...-L.. ,.'.,,1ff2f3-:slam .1-:f f 1. . . - ' ' " , . . ' A ' " " ' - '--A--1-A-1-m fi-' 'ezw5'a:7:.msfe-fq:':i.:f::.-.',-g,3g5,g-4,p.-rw:--iq-sf' t'7f,fi7' -Hawes,-. '1 4PI.'1' itzf tgzz:-' -,-L..-. -1 Q , -Q . , , V .. , . ' ' b of professional growth education maiors is the Education Maiors Club. ational Association PYO' , wholesome, and active for all women students his year included a coke activity fun nights, hockey, all, and softball intra- nal badminton tourna- ments, inter-school sports- swimming, and a sPfi"9 president, Judy Boresow: xy Quinn, and secretarY' imura. The sponsor' is MYS- L - 'ff " , ' 1 ,-.fy .. :rx - - A .. Q. Row Four: L. Ladd, K. Crabens, V. Register, B. Eastin, P. Carter, D. Apple, L. Seba, R. Greet, Row Three: D. Hutton, M. Cameron, R. Jones, B. Adler, B. Wheeler, R. Mendoza, C. Smith, Row Two: R. Melton, J. Briggs, D. 'Lindstrom, J. Treece, L. Kircher, B. Gammon- Row One- B Riley, S. Hurst, S. Terry. ' ' ' The purpose of the English Club is to stimulate the understanding and appreciation of literature. A spring banquet completed the agenda. President, Sandra Terry, vice-president, Ray Melton, secretary, Carol Smith, and treas- urer, Brenda Riley. english club 4535 modern foreign language club ,. To promote an understanding and appreciation of the language and customs represented by the four modern languages taught at CMS is the purpose of this club. Parties, programs from each language department at 'W meetings, sponsoring foreign.language films, and a picnic suggest many of the club's activities. President, Joan Munson, vice-president, lGermanl Sandra Campbell, lSpan- ishl Linda Ladd, lRussiant Georgia Fogelsong, lFrenchl John Marqua, secretary-treasurer, Susan Skornia. Row Three: E. Callaway, J. Morqu, L. Ladd, J. Munson, Row Two: B. Wheeler, G. Fogel song, D. Hutton, Row One: D. Lindstrom, J. Treece. 141 4 M: 1- ., . -ga: .e. e . -,. . -z z .. 1 ,..5s. m-- n e w. a-vferf-fe-2e'ffff'f'W ., -.-M s.....- '-V ' . f " - sf ' 1: .:.:.--mfawf.-fn. . 'W' l l 1 u 1 4 a Q 1 V I 4 1 i i . i 1 a l ' l i l 1 j n u rs I n g c u wg A ,.. f V CX Nursing club promotes general interest in the profes- i ii l sion of nursing, broadens concepts and deepens E 1 9- understanding of nursing, and provides a common ' meeting ground for all nursing maiors. Events include il l! bake sales, hospital tours lBothwell and Menorahl, 'J Nurses' Convocation, caroling at Christmas, and Fu- lf ture Nurses' Day. President, Sarah Lynn Starke: vice- lo president, Susan Stern: secretary, Jane Newsom: ii treasurer, Mabel Granfield: reporter, Sherry Landers: slit historian, Mary Hallock. l ii: Row Three: C. Howard, C. Ruff, L'. Sisk, S. Stern, L. Whitehead, M. Hallock, Row Two: f l , N. Hankins, S. Landers, M. Walz, J. Newsom, J. Bird: Row One: S. Starke, B. Ikeda, S. Hil- ml burn, J. Doerge, J. Franklin. 'ill ti' y ll l li ' llii , . lii 4235 lfli lui 1 fix 1 'l i :3l'l s ' iw , ,l Y T 1 i i l 'ii ' wifi :gl i ' 1 ,ll l x ! . ly . fl' . 3' 5 2. ui . - Row Two: J. Terkhurst, D. Howren, K. Mueller, C. Brader, M. John, Row One: K. Khan, W. Wade, R. Caskey, G. Fogel- , song, M. Johnson. I 2 Activities of Psychology club, including Mental Health Day, lectures from prominent men on how to use psychology, and a visit to a mental hospital, P h 0 I 0 9 Y C I U b are some of the methods the club uses to create interest in the field of psy- chology. Ray Caskey is president of the club, Dolan Howran, vice-president, Marilyn LaMont, secretary-treasurer: and Georgia Foglesong. social chairman. Miss John and Dr. Ter Kurst are sponsors. l42 alpha ph The CMS chapter of tl fraternity added severe completed proiects to year. These included th 62 Student Directory, Man on Campus contest local community proiec Boy Scouts, and a car ' for the organization. A year were William Finl den White, vice pre Spiegel, secretary. Dr. serves as faculty spans: Row Four: H. Greg Row Three: J. Mun D. Hutton, J. Baile' key, M. Brown, 5. I -.u ...Ae . . , ' 'M f"'a.'Ee:2'.,m,. we J .5-ffafffe eff-.QS-'.5 is 5 'L' V lv . ., ,,,. ... .... -.- . . , .- f -' . , . .,-.f . .5 -4 -- -. A., ., ., - 3. 'vp A-7221.-:T ...zu-ug i...'--1-f..,f:..:.:.,. , K. f..,e:: ef-,fx-. 1,-.f.-.ear . . een- ' N . 5-. f, - . ws. s . .V , . - ,J ' ' fziiz-?pf:f nz..-H' Y"-.':?."'lf!". 2.53: ,. f.f"::'zQ-suffer. 'r-1f'.ef:fitfzgi-, ., -V , , -..e...,,fe.,.. . v.9:ee,f..:e,..,.-w 7 he-fpeaec,-1152 1.5 . . -:FL1--f:f:f1'-Lffwe-f-'-V-2'-s Q - -- : - - ' f-V -s s - f- - :rest in the profes- :pts and deepens rovides a common iors. Events include 'ell and Menorahl, Christmas, and Fu- Lynn Starke, vice- y, Jane Newsom: er, Sherry Landers: alpha phi omega The CMS chapter of this national service fraternity added several more successfully- completed proiects to their credit this year. These included the sale of the 1961- 62 Student Directory, the annual Ugly Man on Campus contest and dance, several local community proiects, aid to the local Bay Scouts, and a car wash to raise funds for the organization. APO officers for the year were William Finley, president, Gor- den White, vice president, and John Spiegel, secretary. Dr. Randolph Yeager serves as faculty sponsor for the fraternity. Row Four: H. Gregory, L. Evans, B. Bock, K. Mueller, R. Robertson, R. Kennedy, L. Fick, R. Fleischman, M. Koch, D. O'Malleyg Row Three: J. Munson, G. Myers, G. Redford, B. Busby, J. Hayes, M. Garry, L. Ladd, J. Green, J. Dietz, Row Two: W. Lovinger, D. Hutton, J. Bailey, B. Chamberlain, D. Kluttz, G. Burke, G. Button, B. Huff: Row One: E. Lamb, D. Deckard, J. Boresow, R. Cas- key. M. Brown, S. Starke, T. Wright. 4' Row Four: G. Fisher, G. Tripplett, A. Duncan, H. Golub, R. Corristony Row Three: R. Hutchings, G. Wright, J. Spiegel, J. Smith, T Ashby, G. Russell: Row Two: T. Epple, D. Alley, R. Flora, C. Watts, R. Shelton, Row One: R. Kauffman, J. Wilkerson, R. Owings prexy club The Prexy Club was developed by Dr. Warren C. Lovinger, President of the College, to provide for better communi- cation and understanding between the students and administration of the College. lt is composed of the presi- dents of all student campus organiza- tions. A luncheon meeting is held once a month. 143 . -' ' , . , . ew..-..-,.. X...-rr+1f'e1f'-1'--1'-i'f:""' ' "" ' ' . .- . . .. - . .- :e- .1 -x.-:.- .vm-r.-X:-w "'."'T'1f"?I'T..ff51Y"' W :..-E-:.1:'ff'0-'w r ,.-- W A-ff? - -CW. M, .-. ..,. .. g, W .,... ..,., .MV -A: . A -e . Y, eg, M., , , , , ,, W--'--we-1-2-sf--Q -ur ve f 'U 'N-L M. Viv Sf' 4:- '7 cf Row Three Mr Broker D Scott S Branson R. Marriott, J. McCollum, T. Thompson, D. Smith, S. Means, W. J. Hilton, Row Two: L. Cusick, G. Graves, M Perkins A Plisowski S Warnock R Hubbard, G. Young, M. Wilkey, Row One: Dr. Godfrey, D. ldleman, l.. Beaver, l. Heislar, E. Streit, J. Graham, C Maschger G Wiser J Sellers d This organization encourages student interest in political and governmental affairs. The sponsor of Yo U n 9 e m O C this organization is Dr. Godfrey. . , gf.. .. f y young gl repubhcans N The Young Republicans give the students a ' X better understanding of the Republican Party Q T and a chance to participate in its activities. The sponsor is Dr. Powell. r iii ' , j A Row Three: L. Melton, R. Dematheis, R. Jones, K. Taylor, Row Two: T. Epple, D. Gilbert, l. Gudde, . 7 N Row One: D. lindstrom, J. Briggs, S. Thompson, D. Hutton, f 1 I I i l in 144 i,. lf' Row Three: J. N. Fischer, D. L. Uhrig, C. 5. bushi educ: club secretari science club ,AL . , ..A...1.:.ce ee., , r f if c., YZ? l r 1 .gk ' Q X T' 'i , . 3' K ,. hifi? ic.: t ia N 3.4 if '-f1 .Pr ,xg X' , " JY"-if. e ? - ,, I tw ,, ..-,, ick, G. Graves, 'eit, J. Graham, The sponsor o f V-W- V-, . 0 fig? TTT' "-..,. Row Three: J. Shinn, D. Kullmer, J. Hackerott, S. Means, F. Kincaid, J. Vocate, B. Huff, M. Coulter: Row Two: M. King, N. Fischer, D. Morrison, R. Kirchhoff, G. Wisdom, S. Thomas, A. Klee, Dr. Blackwell: Row One: S, Thompson, M. Stone, l. Uhrig, C. Sutton, D. Shippee, C. Craig, J. Porter. l b U S I n e S s This organization serves to encourage interest in Business education, and keeps the student informed of trends of business teaching as well as aiding him in ' becoming a more sucessful business teacher. educahon club 'YL . , 5 W, ,, 1 secretarial suence cz V fx we fur Sf pdu 4P""f' QYN 'Xl' ,GQ Wert, L. Gudde: . .Eli ' 1 1.. . , , wrt...-..-...4....:g il Row Three: L. Black, C. Burson, M. Koch, J. Howard, N. Jordon: Row Two: D. Craig, S. Sims, A. Pape, V. Boyer, M. Brown: Row One: L. Arnett, S. Stuthmann, N. Huston. A group for persons interested in secretarial science as a profession, the Secretarial Science Club sponsors guest speakers, a banquet, and field trips. M -... . ., .-..:.,.,T,....-y--73:-1-1-115-'f " T-'-" W ' V, ,..Y-. 3-K - 'I ' " T' " 'W +2-u :- --f-ffffvv ':- ' 145 Mrg.5kgg.w-K T imc.-i. -'We' 'W' I . . ,,,. -Qfaw,-. . ' - fv ' . ' " -'f-fp! ' '- -J. Lf- .- .. . . ' "1 " .:' .. ...--.....' -1 -s Y xii' Tiili ' " - "" 1' - -1' 541- ., "'e""""" ' ' ' "' -T '-+ " ' , . Jffw: , ,L-, Y ., . - A-v-X--GEHII-iff-- L if ' ""- 'ff' 'e ' ' ' ' ' ' f " ' " ' 4' ' ' ' ' x . '- ' S .K : v, 941 'f-? N4 ll.. business management The Business Management Club is a combination of the for- mer Merchandising and Re- tailing Club and General Busi- ness Club. The purpose of this organization is to help stu- dents prepare for their voca- tion in the business field. Sponsors are Dr. C. James Britton and Dr. Lucas Sterne. I46 'k"R" accounting club To acquaint accounting maiors with the field of accounting is the purpose of the Accounting Club. During the year the group brings guest speak- ers, public and industrial accountants to campus, and helps sponsor a Christmas party, a spring social, and Commerce Day. CC Progra are sp to enc the ch get at monthl speake operat Row Three: B. Morris, W. Dooley, T. Chapman, L. Fick, H. Skelton, G. Walker, Row Two: J. Tritt, L. Morgan, R. Hulett, D. Hughes, W. Wallerp Row One: S. Newman, J. Goodman, 'Z' ' can Row Three: C. Padget, J. Shreeves, Mr. Pierce, G. Haas, K. Murry, Row Two: R. Roggy, D. Washburn, R. Roberts, D. Alley, Row One: P. Washburn, W. Weaver, C. Unger. 'H V ' ., . . -: -"..:v:..'.,:-.f,'.-x .- -'nf ,f -f----1 . .,.f.-. ..,. .. , . , ff-M, for 4 , .nav 1 -' ' V v- - .M MgW'. .1x-s.f. Row l R. Nc B. Wl ver, J Row 'I Keetol mour, rel can Row Fa D. Sho Row Tlf J. Thon D. Kuil J. Barnt 10-vga--an sf-ago-gP:r.?H54'9' fl'-ill' pn , . , . -.... . ,.. ,, , . .. .. y. .V N, A 'fue .f 4 pg",-. gyzzm- .1 , V, - . -1 - nf' ' . 1- . jp'-'-'1'!f"'4.f. WJ ' 0 -. .. 'Z'-J-.xA.ti.:l?1Z4?Z .n f g pg! x ' .., 1.:f'-14445 1- -9 -tpff-'fy f- 12: ':, Lf-','7J'fJa.'.g:'.-'-'gf' fT'fZZJLZ" Lif'.C5f.1::L52-'fag-j-ff3.-2,g57,:""d'2:'f.'l' fvfpft' - - c :'.'7."" .f " if-", - '31'?eZ.,"' .' 'g- ,' . ' . ounting club :aint accounting maiors with l of accounting is the purpose Accounting Club. During the e group brings guest speak- nlic and industrial accountants pus, and helps sponsor a :s party, a spring social, and 'ce Day. LA EY? '77 -,. t 1 z ..,, is Z.. canterbury club W Programs of worship, study, and fellowship N., are sponsored by Canterbury Club in order to encourage Episcopal student's devotion to -Wu, , the church. The year's activities included a get acquainted party in September, semi- monthly informal gatherings with special my speakers, and suppers. This group also co- 'ah' operated in Religious Emphasis Week. Row Three: P. Wolley, A. Williams, P. Pike, K. Smith, Row Two: Reverend James Moon, L. Shiner, M. No- bors, J. Shanon, Row O : M. C ne asey, A. Cross. Row Five: V. Moulton, K. Burtin, J. Barnett, L. Wykoff, L. Melton, L. McCorkle, L. Brown, B. Bock, L. Sisk, G. Tally, R Nelson B Hoffman M Brown- Row Four- G Cooper M Adking J Dugger A Cam bell A Tomme . , . , . , . . , . , . , . p , . y, B. Wheeler, M. Murphy, S. Bowman, D. Procter, C. Hutcherson, K. Hoit, K. Hodges, Row Three: L. Kircher, M. Car- ver, J, Hill, L. Black, G. Wiser, W. Walters, M. Cloud, L. Black, S. Thompson, K. Norris, D. Rexroad, F. Ebersoley Row Two: L. Baker, J. Sallee, B. Gerhadt, M. Mawson, C. Sloan, J. Frazier, C. Coats D. Mawson C. H ust n V , , o o . . Keeton, D. Hodges, P. Olindog Row One: L. Wright, G. Hader, M. Stevenson, L. Arnett, J. Jobe, J. Catron, A. Sey- mour, A. Anderson, B. Fleming, B. Billings. religious life council Row Four: Rev. A. R. Meyer, R. Harsin, L. Fick, D. Shores, K. Smith, M. Lutte, R. McReynoldsy Row Three: L. Barry, P. Maasen, D. Summers, J. Thomas. Rev. J. Moon, H. Gilbert, Row Two. D. Kuilman, J. Maske, S. Newman, K. Burtin, J. Barnett, Row One: D. Lindstrom, D. Peckard. n r aAfa'L'a'n'70.iH41fn1' baptist student union The BSU, which sponsors an alumni tea at Homecoming, a Christmas Carol- ing party, a Sweetheart banquet, and an annual parent's day, serves to link Baptist students on the CMS 'campus to the local Baptist church. Officers are Kay Hodges, president, Lois Mc- Corkle, vice-president, and Bonnie Gearhardt, secretary. Faculty sponsors for the group are Dr. Curtis Hutcher- son and Miss Laura Boker. g - ' -521 fel -'- -Li av' .::,:-e- :--es.-.. ...vs ... r-N - 't'l5. . :sq we Lu. 1 zu.. n. x-4-4-i 1 , -va. , V, , v.. 'T 1 '- 'x fs-x liahona With the goal to foster, promote and stimulate spiritual development among students of CMS, the Liahona Fellowship, sponsored by the Re-organized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, provides Thursday morning devotions, fellowship services, nu- 3 4 Q 1 merous parties, and social functions. Row Four: D. Reine, R. Horsin, B. Long, H. Miller, B. Johnson, A. Belscamper: Row Three: C. Smith, F. Young, M. Carter, L. Tousley, B. Gilbert, R. Mckeynoldsp Row Two: S. War- nock, P. Moore, R. King, R. Chiles, J. Postlethwait: Row One: C. Deck, G. Yeaman, C. Coward, S. Neill. i l -454' gamma delta The Beta Eta chapter of Gamma Delta promotes Christian serv- ice and study among students. -Y' Row Three: C. Fischer, K. Arnes, J. Beilharz, K. Mueller, J. Buck: Row Two: D. Kull- , man, C. Ehrhardt, W. Wahlstedt, C. Niewald: Row One: S. Stuthmann, K. Gnuse, S. Holthaus. wesley Seeking to establish and maintain a Methodist min- istry to the total campus community, the Wesley Foundation sponsors fall and spring retreats, fund- raising proiects, deputation teams, the Wesley choral group, and various recreational activities in attempt- ing to adhere to the school motto, "Education for Service." Dr. Perry McCandIess and Leonard Barry, the student minister, sponsor the group headed by Noel Fulkerson as president. Other officers are: Alice Dyer, vice-president: Jeana Treece, secretary: Ralph Burns, treasurer. Row Four: C. Buie, S. Funk, K, Pullen, J. Penick, bruck, J, Richards, Row Three: J. Fore, J. Britt, D. Hutton, D. Gilbent, S. New- man, B. Hockenhull, L. Barry, P. McCandless: Row Two: W. Wade, V. Williams, W, Fulkerson, S, Nininger, R. Burns, J. Treece, N. Fulkerson, L. Hotbrooky Row One: B. Weothers, M. Barry, J. Morske, J. Doerge, E. Duncan, D. Deckard, J. Heisler, L. Lawson. C. Lee, G. Page, C. Mellen- united christia fellows ,..,.,.,.,,,,,,.se, .R-me Q-, ..--e-,-ff--.--. sf.r4:,f ,:3:.rs,N',f '-' -.fx-5 L,-5,-s,.g .,.,:.,,.l.-,s v . Ai. 1... Y. .. ,. ..-ee . l , . , , ,g 1 ' - nga - -- qi. ' -.-s- ' v "1 fy. W r -t -,4 , wsq.,--,V ,-: .r.-v,:. " 5 fit, :- fi . of Jia. -53 I . ,sf ,,., . f, , 4 ,., -- , -' -f -. ... - 1 ' "s"L"'---:-f N---W of-f-fi,-L fi.::..5v..r:wsfffffa-egg-,-15541,-ggw, sz-,Jaffa .,. Alf.-1-:-, -fi: M-.-yr'-:'f: ': .1 4 -. - ' 6 V: - - 1 - P- M2 - f . : and stimulate tts of CMS, the he Re-organized Saints, provides hip services, nu- s. -., r, J. Buck: Row Two: D. Kull- ne: S. Stuthmann, K. Gnuse, christian fellowship 1 Methodist min- ity, the Wesley 3 retreats, fund- ue Wesley choral rities in attempt- , "Education for Leonard Barry, roup headed by er officers are: reece, secretary: .r - .V , if-sez--.: - : . .A wi- A,j,,j.f .cw-s.:,, ' . A . -... - ,QL '1' f f.-:fs :f 'ff ' 'v ices united campus 4 fx, ,QM -fd ,.,3s:wM-5,?f?:,., sw fe - if 49' W.. Row Three: W. Roe T Schwaller D Kesslen C Jameson J E ' ', .' ' f - , . cherle, Row Two: L. F' k, J. G' , J. W b - neY: Row One: P. Harris, K. Rouillard, P. Genest, L. Mertensmeyer, P. Johnson, M. Neeglicy, 'gel e er' J' vocme' Dr' More I b The NGWVHUN Clvl-1, Sponsored by the Catholic Church, held an mc n C U annual get-acquainted party for freshmen as well as various social events throughout the year. DSW V JIS, Q ,..a- '. .f' Sf' sv--' Row Three: L, Cusick, L. Ladd, W. Oden, Row Two: G. Myers, B. Brock, Row One: D. Lindstrom, R. Pimpell A. Uhr, Composed of students from three churches, the United Campus Christian Fellowship provides Christian fellow- ship through various sacial activities, and religious education through discussions and special gervigeg, Students of the Christian, Brethren, and Presbyterian Churches belong to the organization. -az1t':1'f-'nffe '2:aF'.:se'gz, - sf----rf1.v:s2f1xf-vcvzf--fvcokifi-E-if: .c.?'X.' . .. J, . 1993!-a. L' N -' sga student assembly Q Y l sga executive Q V I council 150 .I ....-- '77 .' . . A ' f 1 ' - ' K se e ...ss '- ' . rzwe.-ere-eewtfesefmw.f" ' ' 1- -'-A 'A 'M Q - s J ' l ,MZ . - .A Q M Q ,,.,. Y .. , - f - 5.1- fe : --,,. - ..... .An-,A W- -. .. .. . ,- Q ,Ml V "-T7 rv' 'W ff? 1' 'X l I Row Three: G. Myers, A. Williams, E. Barnes, T. Eberwein, L. Gudde, B. Higgins, Row Two: S. Skcrnia, J. O'Neal, 1 M. Batchelor, J. Rothofus, B. Blosser, Row One: J. Nichols, J. Kennedy, V. Taggart, M. Hill. ' 4n.w. YF? Row Three: G. Grenshaw, L. Schneider, T. Eberwein, F. Eberting, J. McCollumg Row Two: E. See, D. 0'Malley, B. Eastin, B. Ferguson, Row One: D. Morrison, E. Lamb, G. Burke. The legislative branch of the Student Government Association, the Student Government Assembly, is composed of five elected representatives from each class. SGA is headed by president, Eddie Seep vice-president, Larry Schneider, and assembly chairman, Tony Eberwein. student The Supreme Cour' to hear and judge traffic c The Traffic Court is lems and collecting . rs , , , 4 ,, . , . W Y . V ,, , , .4 ,,f,,:-fe, , 1 1 " ' wnq5vvi's99H11ivgb,ri?-fi-kivfkwffsfrifi 'iffy -' aw -V ,, .. L,:f:.w:f-fee". ,' I .--,rf Mg--' .2-we'-Jfwf,-.-Lf ,J ..f:.1 551' '1-1-f'g:,r-F"5:4'cnEbJ:.'i"-' f' -215' ,i","a1-"ff.:2-"'i.Z.'T-Pififi i?'i:-1'r'.-1 :-M f"74T ff' ' ff' 'Q 'Z.i.-.F1'1Z4:A'.-'- 1' .. . w-f' student supreme court The Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice Robert Eastin, meets to hear and fudge various campus problems, kornia, J. O'Neol, I v. A, A-. I . v, W-..f ff? if xfv Q5 Us xr .,,, X Raw Three: L. Wiseman, R. Caskey, J. Kelsey. R. Eastln, J. Belshep Row Two: K. Rasmc, J. Wikoffg Row One. J Barley V 44-M . e, D. o'Mcney, B. l'l'UfflC court The Traffic Court is responsible for handling traffic prob- My is Composed lems and collecting fines for campus parking violations. ze-president, Larry 52 s. M ii ,... .v-ff ' ffm AJ.. ffis Nr-1 Row Three: J. ,Silly Row Two: B. Behlou, S. Loudon: Row One: M. Hutchison. 'f"vtg'-7'5" I, ' - ' "rf . . . . -.',v-,..-.....- ..,.-.-., ,. . ,.f-?'r.N"1' -w:- . H. K 1. N - . . ' ' ' . ' . , . -.. V...-, 1-'elm-.--,A--.-Tp-.fee1-ffm -eil'--,WSL-72537 fx1+t:-7121-mu X.:-.'+'-1'f..' if- v 'H' "" . ' ' Q , , ...A Q. .,... L....f .Al . ,,,,,.. .... .,.., L-. ki Mm , . , , . M A W , . V , . , , . . N . -sc- J' .-. 1. '- .4 -' U' A' ,Q V- - - - -- --. , . . ...,. . ' A--.. -- 'rr 'g:? 'u:' Xf ' -eefefzks' - -. .- .. efzeefeg-5-5.3 .. bmw, .,. .. . V N . - , I "' X E7 U7 ev 'Q '47 'S I Y' YF12' V K , i ' , 'i , , Row Five V Cawem D Loubenstein N Cox M Lutte K Rasnlc D Jones, G. Burke, Row Four: K. Todd, J. Nail, J. Johnson, J. O'NecI, J Kelsey L Gudde Row Three B Blosser A Lorton A Michael L Pickering, B. Widney, S. Vering, B. Ayres, Row Two: S. Jennings, B. Riley, J Lovmger B Wicker L Lawson L Rimmer K Metcter Row One L Kirk, J. Anderson, S. Hunt, J. Nichols, P. Dreland, B. Steiner, C. Norman. aws assembly , o n 0 o ludlcnary council N, sw N Row Two: B. Steiner, D. Dunham, S. Starr, B. Wicker, C. Bliss, L. Gudde: Row Ono: S. Vering, S. Jennings, G. Burke. v- r 'fn .Q.IE.Z:.'S1J?f'5" ' .ref '-In-rf-1 .zffyu . - . -., -f.v.,.. s..-p, of. . ...,.Q.fr...., ., . f on 17:7 Row Three: B. Bo S. Hilbrun, J. Fr V. H V 37 V ,NA Vw MUN VV 'YV 1- , . . . -.-- ' -1. :in'grgn-f,Qygqe311'-a.,175, 4 ' .ggi f W , V -.'f f:::z:,.:.,:.a:z.1.- -52' af?-Ez-a 2,7 - of ' "A ,gpg -- -- H 1 ' . fn , .v,f,.f-A ,..e..m..4 houts-hosey hall sv Mrs. Bittiker, C. Walker, J. McCammon, J. Kelsey, S. Thomas, B. Blosser, Mrs. Sanders! Row One C- Norman, R. Ashbaugh, J. Jones, C. Bliss, M. Robinson, S. Graham north holl yeater holl 63 i Q 'f"3 1. O'Neal, 'f' s, B. Riley, f X I. Norman. -WP' ,- Row Three: J. Bailey, M. B. Johnson, J. McGraw, L. Kirk. todd hall Murphy, P. Cover, P. Stoecklinp Row Two: Mrs. Farmer, J. Fritts, Mrs. Markelp Row One: K. Norfolk, K. Ashbaugh, J. Keithly, Row Three: B. Bock, E. Wykotf, S. Means, C. Sloan: Row Two: J. Putham, 5. Hilbrun, J. Fraizer, Row One: S. Barth, G. Haver. l ww fs 5 177 L. Guddeg Row One: Row Four: S. Gooch, C. Scott, S. Tiesler, C. Mingel: Row Three: Mrs. White, A. Uhr, G. Burke, P. Gosney, P. Snyder: Row Two: J. Igo, J. Hornig, L. Leonard, C. Smith: Row One: K. Metzger, P. Lowry, D. Dunham. T53 . x " 4 , ...,-- H.. -.:-- 4,--..,-:Kew . -.lsr-rsvp-Qffif-1E"' j'?i'f'f" mliiu-313524 22--V x , Q .L N., .- .N-wr.---1-1,3-, 1 .-xv . -rv - - . .fe . - he - - : A-Q -- A ,., ,JM.,,h.A ,, . - , Ns A fc . . ., -. Row Three: C. Burson, J. Monson, S. Thompson, P. Maasen, M. Legsdin, M. Cameron- Row Two: tv Gia.. ' 1 . -, . .- -r11'f"V amemwf weave -fM- 'wrm Q.. W holden A. 'i hudson "' is rs, V. A M M studen ""'-af.. cabme The Student Cent dances parties,4 'S' 'T' committees repre special activities, entertainment re Row Three W Hothems Row Two M Dupy D Boyd Row One J Tashnma Row Three B Brock D Smith D Dobson J. Bliss- Row Two: Mrs. Allworth B Busby B Reys J Sellars Row One R Richard J. Gross B. Gerardy. stu: corr phillips-osborne-diemer ,pe .. ,. -7 X 'Q ilk, Row Three: Belhke, J. Barnes, D. Chapman, S. Doerflinger, E. Taylor, F. Tulipanap Row Two: Mrs. D. Shelnutt, T. Thompson, J. Morgue, M. Cole- . R F man, M. Tillman, F. Hunter, Row One. Mrs. Nordyke, R. Barber, E. Swavelan, J. Durnan, M. Broker. ow our Row Thren R. Cox, B ver, S. W 154 ' ' ' - A" " " '-A -' - -g- . 4 A an lv I It P f L I L t Q v. , 17 , ? , 5 1, 'E if 51, T: is xx.. ., fT:.',1 xg f ll,-is 53? , ' t s. ua xl -w 1" fxiit 124 mg 1' 135, ,EJ X 4 my 5 v ,f . f 3 NW 6,9 f 1.2 , .U K .K . 'ft AJ 1, . + 24' 'tg ., .. , 1-1, me t 'F inf 2 JH. " 'vt t v 51 . f if ,,A, ow Two: Mrs. Allworth, ass, B. Gerardy. Bt' 1' 7 45 Cole- student center cabinet The Student Center Cabinet plans special dances, parties, and other activities. The committees represented in this group are special activities, dance and decoration, entertainment, records, and publicity. student center committees " '. , ,,,,., r,,, - ,,.., , . .,,r . , .,.,.,,,,M ,4,,, . .. ,.. , ,,..,,. M, Qi--X. -' fun-ut . -N N, glanf A... .Mg -we foe,- ps 'vu Row Three: J. Zink, F. Eberting, R. White, L. Ladd, Row Two: P. Wallace, N. Roelofson, B. Behlau, G. Myers, H. Gilbert Row One: S. Jennings, L. Beaver, H. Kuhr, J. Batchelor, Not Pictured: D. Shores, L. Renfrow. The Student Center Committees are a member of the National Student Union Association, and they plan and arrange many social activities such as the Freshman Talent Show, Homecoming and Thanksgiving dances, the Christmas Formal, and various rally dances. Miss Helen Gilbert is faculty co-ordinator of the group. 4 , ,, l is J r 4' Row Four: M. Perkins, B. VanBibber, D. Shores, G. Myers, C. Youngberg, M. Lord, F. Eberting,.J. Zink, L. Oladd, Behlcu. D- Tl"Q"'P59."f D' lzemciesl Row Three: T. Ivory, E. Radford, L. Gudde, V. Herrin, N. Raelofson, L. Cusick, T. Waltmier, L. Smith, J. O'Neil, C. Bliss, D. Simons, Miss Gilbert, Ov: BW0 R. Cox, B. Blosser, C. Maschger, J. Kennedy, M. Hill, H. Kuhr, S, Stark, M. Miller, B. White. P- OWBHS, J- ROll1fUS, E- DUHCGFI: Row Oftef 5- -lef1flIn9S. - 90 ver, S. White, J. Hornig, S. Houston, J. Allen, J. Lovinger, J. Blackwell, R. Wilson. 33" Q :EL-3a " V ' , , . ' " " , -tzntfvt .!s.rx,7.,s. . .... Q. . - -1 .'..,:..-. . f- 'eng ez!-11.1 - .4iL..e5e:..- ,s-bl-ix:-rfatncvfzx.. alive--' f?"'If 'il-J: V " S 'fii 23? "5 rf-'-'zilliiifl-if111:11-,-if ' f V' I A -4.1.--E:i..'b3.1sgiei5.Ggaf.'g- 4.-1,-:,....Q.sg ,. S. ' .4 .e,...e.4. - U- ' A . ' 7""""""""m':k'u'?"'g??lQ5Jr"ll.il7 l2' 9D":7' ll V V -77777 Q I W H" . l L 1 9 i 1 l y l 1 chorus V ,,V, V, Q mf 'K orch The college chorus performs for Christmas Convocation. l 1 choir Q - 0. pn A - - FK 4 -. VIOLIN: D. Nane, R. N. Eddington, P. Ca Frankenfeld, B. Rolal son, M. Legsdin, OB A. Rinehart, R. Dryer P. Kurtz, M. Bussell, .,,, -f H 'W' :ff S C, Asp, S. Bailey, J. Baker, J. Baker, R. Baker, N. Ball, M. Barnes, S. Barbarick, N. Bashore, J. Batchelor, M. Bell, S. Branch, M. Bryant, E. Bueker, , R. Craighead, D. Cordrey, R. Dematteis, C. Dunham, E. Durst, R. Ellis, G. Fisher, G. Frankenfeld, J. Fuchs, N. Fulkerson, W. Fulkerson, D. Gib- , I ler, P. Gilbert, B. Goodwillie, J. A. Hartman, M. Harper, P. Herlig, S. Hilgedick, D. Hodges, S. Houston, M. Hughes A. Jackson, D. Johnson, W. Kendrick, L. Kirk, C. Klement, M. Koch, H. Kuhr, C. Masters, M. McCollum, J. McCrea, J. McElhany, W. Meyers, D. Miller, J. Morgan, M. ' Murphy, D. Nave, L. Nesbit, J. Newsom, D. Pauley, N. Payne, L. Penticuff, J. Reinmiller, A. Rinehart, R. Roberts, K. Rogers, R. Shapiro, C. Sloan, A. Slusher, C. Smith, J. Smith, B. Stalling, K. Sullivan, K. Taylor, G. Thomas, J. Totten, J. Vaughn, P. Westbrook, J.White, D. Witt, G. Wood, B. Yates, C. Young, C. Zumsteg. FLUTE: M. Hutchison, S. NET J. Conlon, D. Hord EQ", J. McElhany, ALTC LFNOR SAXOPHONE. J. l56 kg Ward, M. Needy, J, ROMBONE: E. Lamb, B Chick, L. Meyer, M. N ,,,,, amuse 'rr' ffgegvvfqws 1 I . .. .. ............ . - . ., ...... - . . ., ,- - -f- '- . Vw.. ..- W . -. -- "' --'- A .V Q ,:g,.-.V-,.g.s,.,,5.' ' j v If . ,KJ A -,J-1.5. ,,.y ,jMM,f.,a, 55.3 ,:.Cy-'g:.3.44,4. .bf ,Alf effgg2:'Jf-v' ff -f.ug,,,g.5.5- 4fgg,gg.3-,,3L-Lmsgog-Le' 04- ,,,,2, , . E?f2.,.f,?:?'gL? .Q , ,.,...5,,, :1v5?f'K -lg'Q'f.1'. ft' , f ' , . "J" ,,,7,,.f4Z '!,.rcf'f,-:i',f'?? ..rd"4.,. ff' 0 h e S t CMS Maiorettes perform at half time of game VIOLIN: D. None, R. Yeager, D. Sinclair, M. Barnes, E. Lamb, D. Johnson, M. Mansfield, J. Reinmiller, J. Livesay, D. Merriott, N. Eddington, P, Castle, A. Rosenthal, M. Pierce, VIOLA: C. Coombe, V. Tidwell, E. Durst, A. Roberson, J. Moore, CELLO: G Frankenfeld, B. Roland, G. Fisher, D. Gibler, J. Stewart, M. Davies, STRING BASS: W. Knowles, M. Hanson, FLUTE: M. Hutchi- son, M. Legsdin, OBOE: B. Horton, G. Wood, CLARINET: D. Hord, J. Conlon, BASSOON: A. Andrews, P. Boten, FRENCH HORN: b 0 d A. Rinehart, R. Dryer, J. Weger, C. Sloan, TRUMPET: J. Minthorn, TROMBOBNE: K. Cash, G. Johnson, W. Copell, PERCUSSION: n P. Kurtz, M. Bussell, J. Vaughn, CORNET: J. Barnes, M. Burch. , ,, , ,f,,, ,f MWA- .ii f , yy. FI-UTE: M. Hutchison, S. Bertz, M. Legsdin, S. Hovde, D. Adams, S. Barbarick, A. Klee, OBOE: B. Horton, G. Wood, E-FLAT CLARINET: J. Thrasher, B-FLAT CLARI- NET: J. Conlon, D. Hord, K. Taylor, J. Purvis, E. Bueker, P. Sweeney, B. Fleming, L. Penticuft, J. Fuchs, V. Keeton, D. Mawson, L. McGinnis, BASS CLARINET: D. Hiatt, J. McElhany, ALTO CLARINET: G. Triplett, BASSOON: P. Boten, A. Andrews, M. White, ALTO SAXOPHONE: R. Buhr, S. Branch, M. Harms, J. Wilhoit, IENOR SAXOPHONE: J. Marquis, R. Krigbaum, BARITONE SAXOPHONE: T. Helms, CORNET-TRUMPET: J. Minthron, J. Barnes, M. Burch, P. Smith, W. Kendrick, 5- Ward, M. Needy, J. Baker, R. Reid, I. Pollard, STRING BASS: W. Knowles, FRENCH HORN: J. Weber, R. Dryer, R. Wolff, A. Rinehart, R. Dematteis, C. Sloan, TIIOMBONE: E. Lamb, B. Capell, G. Johnson, D. Boedeker, K. Cash, C. Asp, BARITONE: R. Clark, N. Fulkerson, J. Giger, S. Lenhart, K. White, SOUSAPHONE: l-- Chick, L. Meyer, M. Murphy, M. Pilant, D. Potter, PERCUSSION: M. Bussell, P. Kurtz, J. Vaughn, M. Warren, J. White. .L - V., - T-.f"xf .,,.,+:sf.r'-17+ "'-rc -- .er --fwzl1'f'1::'1:w?f5 T.-', -51,329 E?"'f:"""'-'L,. fifrf .4 2 " '- "JF M A sewn-wer-.... ' .. . .. - - - A '-' V ,., ...,,,,,.,.f.-rqvrvz'!533QEQiTi'1?ms: xjssgqi.-1 Leei.-BCL,-egiea-1-J-,-Q-1Ne. 4--,-,, , ff--' i x cy: 1 -- - -'- ' Gerald Redford RHETOR Editor I'i'IGiOF 1' ,ff 1. '- f 'A ' 7' ,H E' " 1 t i?, f,ff r- V' Vg , A A "-.- , fax- V I' V' I. ff H, Q 11' 4 24- is 1 N L I, f 157 " ' .,,. Pat Sterling Associate Editor Ji m McDowell Copy Editor 7 V 36 W-44M4g2fQ2:41w,c I The "chief" and his crew discussing one of many RHETOR problems. -and then Ihere's iust plain old hard work. I Dave Stein typewriters. , , 3 Q, fg Z E5 ,ff K 1-'I' M- ' .2 . ,, ,, , f Sandra Staffen larry Woirhaye Photography Editor Art Director ,. W Betty Phipps h 2 shots. U 5616199 The staff sorts out a few of the hundreds of RHETOR pictures. eYes are close I I: . N Q 9' T , ij.. Editor Gerry R , ,',r"i - J' .: 2? '- Qi!! 5i"'lff0 -', . , . 'I'-'UQ " 1' 1' '15 ,p ' " as .. Vsufvfafazvz A,A.f.,'5we:f. !1 ML Q . J , AV tae 'J' J , X affen :nr 'ii . 'if' W., RHETOR pictures. my-4.:..ff. K. - K -if,-L , . 6,21 1 , 44 ,, , Q ' V , Dove Steinberg and Rick Ripple pound the typewriters. ,g..--Y" Mx nun Betty Phipps helps Mike Downard, sports division editor, select some action shots. 2 411 Pat Sterling, associate editor, watches as Sandy Staffen art editor, draws one of the two hundred layouts 5 , , Z 's in larry Woirhaye, editor of photography, sorts through the pictures with Pot Sterling. Editor Gerr Redford tells art editor Sand Steffen "Her linda Schroeder and Mildred Cole makh names io plclures as eyes are dzsed .. Y editor Gerry Redford "supervises." -'re 'QPH 159 . H 'Q , - v - -..,-,.: ,N - -' ' U--:Q-'-t . ---X 'Q' -'!3?"E" 'f' ' "f i J, 1- ,,,r:'ra-:rx-1:11-. ' 'f"""- ' ' 4- ,. ,. v I V f . , 3 , , .. .,,-mf,---Y R-ifvis wgwi -,i .sz.:ef " " 'N' " Af e 41 "' 'H ' ' ' - Q- , . , V... - ' -- 4 ..e, Q.-tv.: -'- ' V . , . " ' s- Engage. ., -f .,,-.M .-.--, ,Y ., , ."f1:.Y.'J.nLLL1v,--ga. -'- 1, L LM., ,L-.. ..:. ss..- -.,..-e . r - ' s., A. J Asa... "' s 14' ' 2 , . V ' ' A' f .-, Q I lv VV, 'ig - , . ,Q ,VVK , 9 3 , f," , , V ' 11 ' - ' - " E ,,'L", 1 -. "-' 2 - :ls 'F Editor-in-chief Wayne Ackermonn and associate editor, John Achelpohl, make plans for the next edition ot the t 1 , W ,,, W , , , , I- , ' :1?i'f"f I f H 4 "U, ww : I 3 t Q mm X s John Buckley, business manager, checks advertising sp . ,V for position and size. X, I GCG Members of Thompson, J: Eastin, Louie George McB1 Acholpohl. , Z2 g,.,,..4r Marty Strickla . . . A,,.,.1 , ...sf LQ" , K is , Carl Youngber 1 Writing another sports story is the iob of John Wheeler 'ww cqflaon- sports editor. 160 l , . i l l l I JR ll Q I 4 Z srunsnr. l l l i l l l l I l , I l l A . l i a F I n . , , .V J., ayqwm-,gmnmny-xyxpmwwvfzwvfwmwf f" - .,-f5e..,.5,6,.,-w. L' 4.3, J , Alf' Q H W-.0 ,,,,.,,f,1,,- ,, -W. -wi' -' f '- PW' N'-X x I. Members of the STUDENT staff standing left to right, Wayne Ackermann, Don Thompson, John Wheeler, Dorothy Lindstrom, Jackie Briggs, Carl Youngberg, Bob Eastin, Louie Renfrow and Rick Sewell. Those seated left to right, Joan Munson, George McBroom, Marty Strickland, Wendell Wahlstedt, Dan Coonce, and John Acholpohl. Marty Strickland and Dorothy Lindstrom, reporters, type their latest news stories. can Munson and Don Thompson "try to make the deadline Carl Youngberg, columnist, and Rick Sewell, cartoonist, compare ideas for a E Robert EUSFIH Cl'l0CllS G HGV! SYOYY of WSHJGH Wtlltllhdl new cartoon. . Y V ..,.,-,..,. ,--QQWR-gy we-pe:- y?ff11'P fwwuw' " K-vu ,,1,,,..L,.-1..-z..-,,w,i' . - ' " ' ' ' R " . ,. V - W- - --1 -1- V ' .1 of T'ff.pQ'14"','J?2 A4 ".w2,f:' ' .H X 'H w f .u 4 My ' , ,T 61 H flew, , QW 'E-ao ., ,fs f 1 ff ,-ff' ,5...:v ,2- l. - I 1 Y l A E! iii 4 . 4 Ai m, -qi-'13, in W . hom ecomin , rv 7' .42 '- , --.ESP .QFIZQFZ X ' queen iudy swindell alpha gamma delta a. ff.,,, J .W .., . ii: f':" r'n - W1 2 A gf - v I ff. f M 'N ' ., 4-fs. 7, Ani-7,,:,-'J 4 :J ,,x:: , F 4 J: r f 4f , 2 Princess princess attendant 8 I wlifst l'fClY f0Sfle"S0n. doralee miller marliean derstler 5'9m0' 5'9mC' 5'9mU sigma kappa alpha sigma alpha attendant attendant mary ieanne batchelor imogene walker delta zeta s. n. e. a. 3 x ' - . A ' if -,,rT,11-i',2.1.:i '41 ' T . ' "-'TT I 4" ' 'Z' " : Q- -f ' " - " , g a z x .13 5 7 -5'411'. " ,,Y,rgg1,a-i n ,5 ,LiL,,-ymy2T, ,.:.:n:-Juan, :,rzxar::...L+1,L-'infix-1:-fl-151,-, Az-F -1- la' W ,-1...:,mw,J. .c-f . . - - . xgiqrigggqg--,1. 5.1! .- T.:-: -e:f.e....Y,,.Le,e..'- f- f--f--ff-2-ff-Af-eff f ""5 ,, . Z. 'YP' 4- I Tekes Gallnng gun brmgs down the lndlans and a flrsl place trophy rn the float dlvlslon iff! 4 4 e words of John Paul Jones are echoed by lhe USS Phu Slgma Epsilon as a victory slogan I if ,- -...-- . sf ,V Kgs X Ca plu re of Glrardeaumo captures lhnrd place for the ! 1 M f!! AKL conquers new helghls for lhe Mules wllh the Ballle of Kungs Mounlaun s ' W ,YF 14 V, -863+-"'f' ,QQAVW 'J fffk O 'll XM M X7 3 Q' ' 3212 I sf' on down lhe Mlsslsslppl lo lhe Gulf Mexico run the Indians says DZs Ballle New Orleans. J Q J Tnp a con: fealhered ef 'K 3' f'-35 ggrwfgigy 6 The flag c recall the 'lx D . - M -f awk- f w w iff, f4f,-av-Y,,,m:w- 44gag'.412f1 is - e l I 5 : 5 il 1 X 4,5 ..... ,NAP cc., ,, A I el -I --Ccph-,re of Ggrurdeaumon caplures lhird place for lhe Alphas, IV cl ,,,, , Mules wilh the "Tip-a-conoe" brings second place, loo for the Kappas as lheir fealhered "warrioresses" sink into the deep. , ,V .. fri? xv ,Vs Nfl ff 11 ' f " 4 l . , fi T", "' -if l as W' , WL, Y I ' I 1, ,W ffj. f,'r V- uf V 21.1, f 'As ', , , ir,-f L.f.,:',! 71. . s ,fi V4 Al A 1 , ,r , f ' 4 'aw w X 1 ",T?'i? 'P c The flag of viclory is raised by lhe Mules as the Sig Taus ' lh G If 3' lo e U recall Ihe "Ballle of Iwo Jima." 15 DZ 's "Balfle ,E . I',, , A , , , A4 Acacia buries lhe Iasl Indian al lhe "BaNle of lone Jack." ., star ' A y ill. -g Q, X lx x -:I Qyj ', '. -4'5" ,T ' WS- . f. . I -I 1 'gf . V- ,. 4: -' V-1 4 - ea -crr 'r 1' ,W !"' .2 -, ' i 4? K -S 2 4' ,A H 42 1, ,, 5, ,W ,qi f r. , 5 I V 'I 'I , 'gl-4 . L L25 ala Qi ff?" 1 an IIVI1'-it . H ' ' V.,-,.' A , . Q ', ' ui I -O , A cold war is coming for lhe Indians, according lo the Alpha Gam Home- coming forecast -S' ix I my One Indian does the reducing lwisl as the Sig Kaps light the "Baltle of the Bulge." I67 ffm- at -ao? "Wi- its ,,,,. Judy Swindell is grunted royalty for 1961 Homecoming season by SGA president Eddie See. 168 Aft! ,a23iLifs1m.," 1 1 7 K, ' ,fl Judy Swindell re Cemo swings ond all but fun is forgotten as the Homecoming celebration is brought to the dance floor. 1 1 .c , 0 , an 11. ,,,, ',g5,,,,,:g :g,..e.1,.Le--Q-g1m'1,,1,1J,Ws,Q. Ay. ,ff4cfy:.,..,f.1f,.- .1 . , . - fif'i'!lf'1'f14-'D .rr Lqefcf-S'qv,i',gv4.: " ' E N l' v 1-4 IB ,J "M An Judy Swindell reigns happily over Homecoming adiviiies. 5 A, - , 5 , A .-...-1--.- I E A name band seis Ihe tempo for dancers at Homecoming. .,.. I 4 Anil ,gg ffmgil, ,W ,aah X Q other long Homecoming parade. ,Q ,F ' 1 , l 1 l 4 z new W ' ,mam 'sw 'W-,,, """m 14" Xi Vzy, Deans Peters Hamplon and Tleszen on dlsplay al Homecoming , , -I-rv xx ll X V ' ' - Wm., f ' -f l fl X 1 'i7QL?fQ?'?3A ' -4 i' ' ,5l.,7'ff7m ,, 'tl -. ."'?, 'ff . "V, .-' ' ,wg .Vvrw M--,ff ',,g,f . '- - , W "'--..,,M .W SJ ., x H L' 'M , HW "6mgV"" . ' ' ' ' "TQ lf .H 'VY V' -1, I ' ' I . ,, .V , ' ,wW,.,, -.i,.M.A5' , j V e g , --W, - f ' V , V , ng -rf: - - 7 fr r , -i -V '-2 f ' ,-, ' wr- 4 , , 2 A 171- , ' 'f ' , g V ' 'Hat 'J' V ,I " I ,' ' fe' '... ' 1. Q ' A , , I . I - , N L V A M M , V . 4 h - , , A ,, .MV ' ' K ,Y if , I . ... Z, E Q The CMS Marching Band, all in sfep, leads an- Timben ,all G, ,he BSU , f Y ll ,A 1 , N 2 fl A 402, QQ. 'E ?-V200 J ,--5 Uniform fun bulions. Band, all in slep, leads an- ,ming parade. ',-71.1, gqfq, -- .. 2' ,ww . -1.4. -Y 'Q,zv,....f3'9'f2 A. . 4' 'ef dw,'f'f" sim! 'ff .. , , iv, ,xv -ZA 4. "KA: ,4+gp," ws, 'Jw ,,fm, f , Awka ,- 4 ff- jgf 6, , SJ' ,Y-,ff gh ,fi vw . 1 -1? lx ,JI fi' l Timbers fall al lhe BSU house, as lhe "Ballle of Fallen Timbers" wins firsl place in house decoralions. r. 3 I S ' . 4 , I 'V if '? Z . ,. 4 Z 2 45, I f 1' ff V if i . X,-f ,J Q r X .4 0 ff., ! 9. f 400 1- A-999' 125-do 100 Uniform fund grow bulions. ,A H 4 , we . W1 N55 V? ,f f s as cheerleaders ask for conlri- - s..,f.,,-. ,... 'F '- 1 -.. , -- ..f.-4, .,, vcr. .-.M , f-, 2. "' . -' . , - , , 1 C .- , --pq . if- ,, ,H . . -.uni ,, v 5 ,Q .U .--J2..,.M:. , ' 0' ' vw.-.-f.-. .1 51. -, as ,X f, '14 .f.,vv4x. ' fi '5 .Fx- -' LL , 'bv.HLeX,l l,a.., H A Log A' ,Q a Q f-, ,s .- ew ., ' ' "' f' - an Civ- 1 1 -Wifi' . , , -vw, 'I .za .r.a. 'vu N , A Q .s. 0-L ku Hy' l Q' XQPQ-, Dan and Sandy are pouring in conlribulions collected for uniforms al the game ,gf-H Y V w. ' We Crowd expresses varied degrees of undersfandlng and lnferesi oi the game f 5'Ud9""S Prepare Pep for Homecoming game Q9 nigh! pep rally. 172 num ab--E1 Non ,ms moulh In mock Clvll War ai h "-.K ...Q e Smith F2055 Wade fc 59991 Homecoming aciivith , , Norm fucesioulh in mock Civil War oi half-Dime. I .Zi ,,A,nu9- V 5 it 4,23 in Joe Smith Ieadg parddei 50950 Homecoming adiviiies. Quite cl smoker! 'K' aw 55' E45 1 5 ' I E l 2 l n E I E lfi lx. K .-f f 1 I Bernie Bshlau Alpha Kappa lambda Hi ,lf i 1 ww' 1 " I N iii X I Q i 1 .L iam? , 5 Jim loacll l 1 Sigma Tau Gamma T! Joycu Nichols Albha Gamma Delta Z.. X1 1 33 -4we'33f '3':1 I I Tau Kappa Epsilon 5' 4: 1, , : fl Tony Eberwein Kappa Sigma Kappa V!! 1 rv,-4 --Q., TK' 45 Rick Michaels Elaine Murry Sigma Pi Delta Zola 'vi 4 8- ' 19 L Sch 'a. 5.4 5 4, rhiglglnq Egzllorl ' "" ""' Cemo wnings Sigma .I t i,,.,,,Nm. - e.. ..,.. U H . M -my fhhwrvy I . . -44 A ., . Y, . . V ,-,,g-f- I- A, -- J . .wr .,w,.y 45-ffiie.-:,..,.-,Q-9-4. .,::.,f..- --- "4 -- A-' ...-4..f- . emma,-.. V' .4 , 0, J , I J , f ,Z V, A , , J, H J 1 fl 1 1 -fc 1' A '1 J 'V' F , -' few f on w cw, JJ, he s, , llx l I . , iz Q L iw., , The increased enrollment has created more traffic problems in the between-class rush. af 'a we JA A ,ff w0lCl1 lhose pretty fingersl Students must check and recheck their schedules. B I Y i I . - k , . 557-5319:-Age?-5 1 Q, -- f , -1.., -X-wr-f-X' '-Af-1-e.wu-mess-r.:f,-lpwvT.-tear-,-:er-Llafvzrmf-N". 'fr-fi -P" 11- ' 1- L' ' 5 - - N. .., t .W 'ruff'-.-.eh .V--:--:rf '- - - - A --H ' ' ' Ne A nf -:'::camw+:-avg "' ' i 1 5 i i 4 4 1 as donna iones best dressed girl sponsored by sigma sigma sigma and alpha kappa lambda 'ad fa g , 'Ann Renken and Charlie Ha Beauty Queen contest. les Elgart entertains a t the A lawn s,-,,,t A ,f nffWn,ese ...Ms f- v,.e---ue- ,e,f?ff4 . ,Me g,'irxf!. 1' T A . - ff i , ' f .vi ':.f7'Ll 'QTL fJ,kf'i!f-eff'-7'-f"'l7r"-'Q'v4:f " 'zflvilfi -' ff I " ff f 1, Q-4. .-., . L1 - M ..--. .. .,. , . . . -, - - fl . 41.-.,,1,+f.--i 4.4. ' 6 we-fag: 2-"::f.:mfcf'2:'z QQZTE2-fffffif fl-4-'Livzze f Qi.-2.5.15 ,g-.1 fir f Qz:4p4.aA'-'7- -We-'4-ff"-' 013'-'vzf"' " "' "' ' ' "4 ' ' ' 5 f 1 -s ,1--2.2, gm2g5 35vfffif-2"-Z'g??3L'5fV1'7fY'57f1i- "1f'25-f-'ff'- w Jf9'2f5f"f'v" M' f 1 " '5 'J"f"o" 'i'7"" 'f 'U M I J U' 1 iones ressed girl 9Y J dgma alambda Y . Q., ,...A, -H V A iv x X 3 4 'F E ii , 1 A"L'W 4,- ft Q f 415' ' .' v 5 Ann Renken and Charlie Harper winners of the UMOC and Beauty Queen contest. fm. ,, f , : W 4 f ' W , , 0 os, , , A " .- V Hoping to reign as king and queen of the Acacia Paiama Festival -all ,f ,r , , . , ,. ,gif 3 , :" 2 . 7 r 5 A . 1' " "'- 1, 11 'ft .iQ5M2eWmmr2,? Qf"'Lr: ,P il ' ' 'i' 1.: V 4 wtf? fi .1 .Q . A ir? Y 115 1'z51.:'j' +f-yy f l. 7 -A , z 2'lb5iH M , I 1 A, mf 'il Elgart entertains at the Christmas Formal -v N qv. .J- 1-,f'---' .fe-f :ffm-rf -X .- ' ..,. , , J.. W - sw- uf' -:-1 ' ALR, -e .-..1T.,Tq.Tk T- .. . ,1-we--fre-.,fe-,. -fs-"2 I- - f-f"" " " ,I , 14? ' eff 'PW gif? 5502 463' FN Q Q "" "www 'nf Wmmwmwmmd ,, .1., ff '43 WWI. n .ala Charmaine Maschger is crowned Most Beautiful.Coed at the Wintergreen Ball. ' 'f' WN' Action 1 ing of Springs 178 Dancing, a rare sight in the men's dorm, is enioyed The crowd inevitably winds its way to the punch- ot the Wintergreen Ball. bowl. 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' -5, ' -1-:fi-i -f-,r.f:'4-f-f-h'1:?bg-H1 -v , N ' : " F. 1 fy 1 f if'-. fri-iz-'-.:f2f.-f,-'11,'13v:ixff2Qx5g1I mb K x - , Njqrrfc Y- xx 1-,f""?:'.L',.i'-51ff:,,, uh-, - 'f Y , ff- 5.-F-5--.x1:.2,.f3x, 1.43-5.4 M 3:-Wim w 1 K- ' -- 4 Gum Y f vm 1 X V"'4W"!lFr!!I"'f?T ahenclants ,J i QF ,,,,.1 Jeanie Lovinger Alpha Sigma Alphc rhefor queen Jeanne Ennis Delta Zeta W - 11 -.iV:ff:f.g .1 Vf- ny.,-V A . l ,-:Vs -Q . V , - V VY Q- V V ' 'V -if '-nge:3791551:52-2241221-52512-ifQgfgwygiiglggfiiz-is-f 1 - Vbqiiessiiffl 2012211-'-'zifwfgz 'V21 F2 i1f41'1f "S'i l :-f-'i:ff-'- T' :IVA -V -- , , , V - V V A princesses Pat Wallace Sigma Kappa attendants Jeanie Lovinger Jennie Green Alpha Sigma Alpha Alpha Sigma Tau -,A Glenda Burke Sigma Sigma Sigma Connie Feriig Alpha Gamma Delta , 1 '.-FFL Q ' ' t m l- - ' -, 9 W f 111D-'W " ' "'L"'k in fit Q" Judy Chaney Alpha Omicron Pi 4 4 4 QW I I ' , I " 5 . E "5 I r N -A :ASV H' v,f.,,A -K K 1. I , ,., , :' I ,Q f 9 f, w " -. Q ' '- Q, rj' E 1 . sports N 11 wx- , 'Q7' 1' f Q, I 3 T T 'A V V - 4, L., 5.0 I , ,M 5? , 2 0 Y, T me , QM f . M' ., f LE' A ,fa ,W fe. 'TFL Row Two: B. Gierenger, R. Hoff, T. Mclntyre, M. Carter, T. Kunz: Row One: C. lee, R. Carter, T. Haircbedian, J. Shoenfelder. f f I -1, , Mules thrill crowd with another completed pass. 184 . 1 .4--.. ,. ,,.,,..,,U . AA- .. , , -47 YW-.. .. Y rr!!! 'M' 'N "Hey, Mom, they play it rough out herel" , ... ...,V....,.... . WA V .,,.,,,, , ,-,-W ,,,f , ,,,., 14 -swf ' ' 1 ' ' f .' A e e i f iff .7 f 'E ' Row Seven: D. Napieralla, B. Martin, J. Aziere, T. Hartong, C. Canatsi, R. Sewell, J. Richardson, T. Hayes, R. Stone: Row Six: J. Sturgeon J. Garrison, H. Luther, D. Cheever, G. Webb, G. Pack, R. Merrifield, J. Skinner, R. Hutchings, B. ldelfonzo, M. Fisher: Row Five: G. Rodgers S. White, J. Shaughnessy, J. Sellman, J. McGraw, J. Everly, J. Huber, B. love, J. Murphy: Row Four: J. Taggert, D. Kessler, H. Goldfine G. Chase, G. Hedrick, R. Beam, D. Hutchings, C. Morley, J. Crouthers, E. Green, Row Three: B. Gierenger, C. Lee, G. Marchetti, L. Seitz A. Clark, J. Hockensmilh, l.. Johnson, F. Tuggle, J. Rice, S. Russell, F. Scott, H. Lone, T. Kunz, R. Hoff, M. Carter, Row Two: J. Jesse, B. White J. Keeton, M. Noland, D. Beattie, N. Allen, B. Dawson, D. Rhinne, J. D'Alesio, Raw One: T. Mclntyre, l. lane, J. Johnson, D. Zwayer, R Mirikitani, J. Crane, B. Maiewski, Shingfellow. The Mules' 1961 grid season might be classified as a rebuild- ing one, the head coach at CMS giving the football program a complete face-lifting with an emphasis on the future as they put together a 3-5 season. Running from an offense labeled the "Central Missouri State wing-T," the youthful Mules showed improvement with every outing, and made up in hustle and fight what they lacked in experience and size. The tough schedule, which started away from home with a sound 47-0 thrashing at the hands of the number one small college team in the nation, the Kansas State Teachers College of Pittsburg, Kansas, ended in paramount fashion before a rain-soaked Parents' Day crowd, as the Mules could do no 1 f-bf wrong after spotting the Maryville Bearcats 13 points, and - went on to swamp them 44-13. .I ln the first home game of the season with Emporia State , eff 's College, CMS took a hard-fought 12-7 victory before a large Boy Scout Night crowd. The next week they went to Spring- ff' field for the conference opener which they took from the I Bears 22-14 in a well-played contest, in which the CMS s- eleven were clad in bright new red and white uniforms. ln the Homecoming battle with the Cape Girardeau Indians, the Mules played a superb defensive game, but could not move against Cape's powerful defensive line, losing 3-0 on a fourth X ' quarter field goal. Unanimous all-conference end Nick Allen closed out his senior year well ahead of conference pass receivers, pulling down 31 for 368 yards. Speedy freshman halfback Jim Mathenia ended the season sixth in the MIAA in that department with 15 for 192 yards. Sophomore punter John Rice ended the season first in his department, booting 33 times for a 35.9 average. Fullback Harry Lane and quarterback Delmar Rinne ranked third and fourth in scoring, denting the scoreboard for 24 and 20 points respectively. Rinne ended a fine season completing 72 of 155 aerial attempts for a 46.45 percentage, faurth in the MIAA. He was named to the second all-conference team. Senior tackle Joe Keeton and senior guard Jeff Jesse were also selected for berths on the second all-conference team. 'E' A Mule battles dummy and heat as the football season opens. 185 . . .. W, V . ..-. . -1 , 1-A ' Ad...-- . . . ' . . - 1 - -1 ,-Y : -:-- :nm-1 N- ,- ef -'.-:ev .:. -S--ey-z' effe " ' " I:' K '. 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' .Ha , ,115-ffixf , .V , ff' ,Q A- .gf , M ,,...J 0- Qtr" 'I' - KMNQ! - "Coach, whal'Il I do?" -.. .-Q. .1,,.L. -vo nm x ,L Q- 1 4 ..u,.rss:. 1. 1.-.7-1 ,s. Mn- D Ja we .iw .Pv- 4: s - w 4 ff. 4 187 R 4 "--Q 'x7T"7'1" fi': - 1 ' ,A we . 4 1 'T ' " "f'W ' - -L J' ns .. K H A ' L . " A f - h " ,, ',II" v.1,.i.iZ :J:E:i, ,F:.li,t: .,,ar...,z,1?7w:h:-.1-5 a,yg.5.-7, ,. Y . . . ,. A A V fa- ' , 'f I' f ,ififkf ' h .V fk K . I, 1 A -Q, ' ' it X, 188 The Mules work out in their new uniforms. FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD 1961-62 SEASON Mules 0 ........ Mules 15 Mules 12 Mules 22 Mules, 0 Mules 6 Mules 7 Mules 44 'MIAA C onference Games ......-47 Pittsburgh State ......27 Washburn U. 7 Emporia State ....,.14 Springfield' 3 Cape Girardeauf ......2O Rolla' ......14 Kirksvillef ......13 Maryville' ' ' Give 'em Hell, Mulesl ' Q pn 'jx ,, , , 14 ,L , pl 1 A fi? l I tx 1 A ,Ir ,',i, I,-J f SEV -Q -'Q O Pj D -is ' .vi ., ,K . ,Q use kv - ix-:Ms , -A ,- qw. 11.1,--ll.: , ,. V,,.,L, ., 4 ,--r Y.,-M - ,, , ,I , V , I J of ' P ' ' ' 91 J. W. ., ', ., f":9lf'5lZil-2-lffzl..-1237" '- .Q" ii?l:IQ-' 5171: '11, Af-sggqg-4,v' -'I y 9- fr Y av-.41 .f..:.,x '-, ,j .f-jugs 1.1 fl. ,., ., , ,, Y, V . f. ., . ..,,..-rv: sig, , eff Yr, ,-fm T,L,.:E:f3-vgrhzr-2.1 n, v?1,s-LCN U xv ff, f r f ..,, 4 ..f...gQ4,',f , . ,T ., .1 L - . ,. , M -'M-A A '--hs.s.A.f,z,s.s,1J1 -A N J . ,A 42' L lzfgmwzg hw " ' A ' "W " ' " - ' 'f - -r ' " " Mfr , .1 " ff v nrt, r ,s rr .s , M., bw f i My f , , ba 14 I '-' in . 'ff - X ,Q ff' of? .Mmm A 'fm if T 5 , ' ,,.-- 4-fm . :V 611, : 44' ' " - af-nf 'V "This is known as a fooibalI." "nn ,, , . ,.,,f v7 fwfr 50. V, f - 1,10 .0 -4- A., ,--1 -ff . 'urge' ,, N L, 'fw, 7L,m,, Thai blocker had better hurry. , Vr '5 , ,, Q ' M vm 3 LAM? K ' , x,-. I QI 41 3 5 ' Q,,, V 1 1 sv "VK ' 4 3 v if ,nw ' 1 if cu. -v, ' al' , s 1 I 19' . . x . I I X 1 Harry Goldfine, Mule halfback, goes up in the eh-3" air to snag a pass in Homecoming game odion. 1 . QJPUUQ 1 in h S ,WF in " ' ' g 0 ' -IQ' 5 In n . 9 Q ' 1 ' i . E . f A 189 i Q Q n if K an iv ' ug Q P A Q. P 'F' az-fs ' I V Us ,, . . ' ' 5. sail! 'N ' ' ' ' s ' ' ' ' fe+gL543L:4f, f : s ,wfsw.wfm.f-'. '1 1 - .. f: f f wg,, ' ' n"JKN"m , ' f 1'i'f1Ar'-1'.'41i-'-frm' i'is:.fsi5Pf'wfi'- ixiizai 'L-6 3:5 ,V W 'v K ' Ei :xp , I 4 - uw M" ' O , ,,,, , . x , VI, Q fb 'ff 4 1 Q 4 5 Q Q , Despile mud and Bulldogs lhe mail must go through. X927 'E 3.1 . 1. hwse'w,,v' l l -f- 'gfaf' I-1, 46 I , ,a, QA 4. :A M 3 f- U if-5. ,M 181547523 rw ik 1 aqui, f Lg. t 4 1.05, 3,:,..y ww. , 4 , 44- ' v af'-. - - '-PM ' Aw- .YA 1" fm, 5Y.ff"f. v,'..nf.-m My Look out, here comes Bubba! Trouble ahead, Harry. 1 1 I ,g-ua,-v,W.- J- ,7 3' 7 M is uyrl 1. ,,, L. Lf ,- wg-5 -1. v- mffln f I Jlldogs the mail must go 'Q 4-ft I-N41 . cf -."y'f.'jffi'2.1- I . if.-.1 ,u' 1' 13121 fff'54.',' 54 40 Row Three: T. Hewitt, M. Lord, G. McFarland, B. Walters, B. Vallino, Mgr. D. Davis, Row Two: N. loyett, B. Dennis, F. Chlipala, T. Marshall, B. Crain, Trainer B. Beam, Row One: Coach G. Bartlow, G. Mudd, T. Maidment, M. McFarland, J. Stevens, G. Barbour. The hustling and colorful 1961-62 Central Missouri State Mules basketball squad rolled to one of their finest seasons in recent years as they posted a healthy 16-6 mark under head coach Gene Bartow. Taking third in the MIAA campaign with a 7-3 record, the Mule roundballers had an exciting year full of thrills and disappointments. As for thrills there was the annual MIAA pre-season tournament, in which the Central Missouri State crew emerged as top conference team. They combined a win over Maryville and a loss to guest team, nationally-ranked Southern Illinois University to move into the third place game, which the Mules took from league champs Cape Girardeau 76-69. SIU and another guest, Arkansas Tech., took home the two top spots. Forward Bud Vallino and center Bob Dennis were named to the all- tournament team. Also, there was the big night in Garrison Gymnasium when the Mules set a school scoring record, firing in 105 against the Rolla Miners as junior guard Gordon McFarland broke the individual scoring mark burning the cords for 42, As for disappointments, the conference race was the most disheartening one. lniuries and illnesses hurt the Mules in the home stretch, but a top notch bench made them a real match for any team. Certainly no team pushed the Mules off the court, as they were close in all six of their losses over the season. Besides McFarland and Vallino, who both averaged better than 20 points per game for the season, and Dennis, whose rebounding, ball-handling agility, and consistent scoring punch made him one of the top postmen in the conference, there was newcomer, 6-3 Bob Caine. Reserve forward Tony Marshall, top-flight rebounder, and guards Jerry Stevens and Bob Walters added to the Mules' fine season. Stevens, Dennis, and reserve guard Gene Mudd were the only seniors on the young squad. l "i Ti.-. - , "'F4TQl?ff1-.Y -1 . .Q-2---1- 5 '3 ' i T5 'ii " ' . 1 1 .J ' " 5:6-ir - -' '-A , , . ,Q-,, -vw., HT, .E - ,,.,.,g.,,,..,. . .1-:.-Q.-.-I., -. -. . W.. . .. .-s... --- - - I I 4!"""'s dining, Wlllunv Caine, Bob Dennis, Bob McFarland, GUN-'l0l'l Marshall, Tony Stevens, Jerry Vallino, Bud Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 1961-62 SEASON 83 ........ - -------------------------- ---- -------------------------------------- - 74 ........ 75 .................. - -------- -------- 75 ..... ..... ........... 78 ........ ...... ...... . 76 ........ 1 00 ........... 75 ............... -.-.------ 76 ....... - ......... - ------. 76 ........ - ......-. 92 ........ 105 ........ 78 ........ 72 ........ 55 ........ 70 ........ 69 ................. .. ......... .- ...... ......... 56 ........ - ........ ......... - ....... 82 66 91 65 ffffffffffff .........A... """ffIfff,,. ...... N69 "MIAA Tournament 'MIAA Conference Games Ottawa U. Emporia State Pittsburg State Southern Illinois U. Emporia State Washburn U. McMurray Maryville" Southern Illinois U." Cape Girardeau" Pittsburg State Rolla' Kirksville' Washburn U. Maryville' Kirksville' Cape Girardeau' Springfield' Maryville' Cape Girardeau' Rolla' Springfield' 5 1 I , ,............ . . -- I . :ff ww- "Yf5f .-fx.: . . , e U . .. f qi f- ag ain. .fc ,-.W.,,,L-gs,...,,1 HK Happy Mule fans leave Garrison Gymnasium after victory over Emporia State. Gene Bartow, new coach, meets five return- ing lettermen, Vallino, Dennis, Marshall, Hewitt, and McFarland. wvscrs- -- K Wf hr, ., The "big 9hree"-Muies' scoring power. Mac's famous iumper nets two more for the Mules. ffdwwivwlv mr' ,. 1 r ' .- 1 4 ,'. ., 'Z' . r!7:"i2f. S' I , " 'f i - 'lv-ff, Mules. 5.0: 'J was 1 Moc performs for ihe guys, Bud holds himself up for two more points. 195 .1 , ff-. . ' W.. ,AA ,,,g.Qgg..4-Li-V-Q-' ':,+.,1,- -' w ', ,,. .s-:fn-. - 2 .' '- -"ff-gfguq. .1.:L1-L: .sg -..:.'.:,.1,.,..+5,,.. ,. - ss.-.s-.1.-al..-,:-1-I gy-vig"-.Sf - - Y' 'lf - - - - - ' ' T' " if .. . J FTW-V N, ,,,,,,,..,.,x- . .x.,JT-,,,.,..,,T,5,,15-5:7.Q, , 4 A s..,.,Y .U h , H-. ,, ., .,,, , f- - ,:.'nigN,.' s f . ' - --f - - - - ' ' ' ' f Jerry Crouthers scores on his way to another victory. Let's stop and talk this over. This was the first year of competition for the CMS wrestling team. Head coach Tom Mclntyre, a former collegiate wrestler, worked hard to get the new sport off to a successful start here. Hard workouts, which started November 'l4th, took as much as 30 pounds off of some wrestlers' weights. A typical workgut included five to ten laps around the gym, calisthenics, rope climbing, mat work and a final two to three mile run. The Mules' final record for this year's dual meets showed a surprising six wins and three loss total. Outstanding wrestlers were Gerald Huber, captain, with a 7-l-'I record and Jerry Crouthers, 7-2. Only three of the grapplers had previous experience. Each boy improved during the season and should show this improvement next year. Wrestling is a fine addition to the expanding physical education at CMS. - 5 V e .s - .Y .- 4' -if---m:'.?mr,f:,,-.,..,, ., , .I , . , N., .eff 19" y , I I .. f -fp , . 4 1 2 i .wp Row J. 5 J.H i 1 Je X . of 'M' " 1:,14.p..+,wf,W-.f it - 1 H 'fi 1- 'Q H- 2 " "oh 1 L ' 1 W ,J f . , . , . . w,1.':.,.,..,:.w ...wrzzu my z. B.- ' 1. ,nf -' ' - ' 194 -1.14 fs.: ...ru .-H . . ' " :fb-1.-.' -1 -4-1' '-' -'rv f - ' " -L Q ' M - ' ,,1 5 . 51, "..f.5f5Hfw?2" lf1- zf' , " -f f f y, 1"' . -' I . ' BE? ,, '15 use V' rf' W F if 9 53 St fh if r E' X ' ' ' Bl 9' n sc ,Af .lx li xi I Row Three: C. Cubley, C. Partridge, D. Westhues, B. Thompson, W. Platt, B. Hill, S. Russell, J. Frost, Reese, Row Two: J, Smith, J. Hockensmith, D. Hutchings, C. Rowe, W. Hambsgans, M. Fink, D. Harrison, L. Ford, B. Hayden, Row One: J. Harding, W. Wash, M. Stump, M. Banta, M. Stanley, W. Laws, J. Stetsler, T. Hunter. Coach Halrbedlan explains correct form to the swimming team -.-,,,,h ay-W' Las one In s a 3 s Row Two: Carter, J. Davis, G. Johnson, G. Taylor, Row One: B. Groves, H. Carlton, D. Welsh, L. Galbearih. mf 1 ..5..... ! f ff- 4 ..., ff 0 Q I '4 In-1 ,MQW f 1 , , f , fi .:'. af 'iwf W 5' ,42 dr Ann Nakamura, Patty Hicks, and Susan Shimafsu raise a lo! of racket. ww, ., v ., - '7 F g 15- ., I ,,f -N" Q. " 'V 3 .s X s f' 'fa N' "' - 2. t .JL "' 1 Q ii if -T .Ni . Ex im.. ' ' v .-I K xx- ii 1' . t.. . . wt if '- . - , 1 V- aff , ' .xyxc 1-,ltP:!Q.-nz .'1.y,,,-.at 1 Z L. .Q - .Airs K 2 -gs. 4, X x Qtigff xl , im X K . M fa. L. 71 A 198 if Bb ,Q .4 ' fx, g. -7 1 .f ,f,, 1 ra as 3F .ww 'f-,gl ,M ... sax 1 1 ., -4 , -Q 3 ie f V 4 Q f If A. 1,1 'ff . Yugi. 7 L2 ? 2' .- Wes Santee shows the boys how. J .- "The covei I -1 1 1 i "tar f I .4 if L-F. -evf st Mrs. Mildred Evans with champion players Ann Nakaml-IY0 and Susan Shimatsu. A--+ 'A ...Q.-b2f1H'4h'i'iM' ....,uU" Where is it going? W.. ., - . 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' r "The coveted award is ours, girlsl" ,A f w r i Where is il going? 3 1 3 f .M-'W' 1 , w,,s f 1255: W' ,.,. UW...-v""" ' "No, I'm afraid of the sharks." 199 ., e ,V - - -ir ' ' Y ' M .....-,'W.-T'--f"-2F'r"':f" ' 'lriii 1 ' ' .-1s- pzpg, Z., ,,. 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E ................ .197 Basketball .............. .. ........... 191 Beauty and Beast .....,. ...... 7 5 Best Dressed Girl ....... ...... 7 7 Beta Alpha ........... ...... 1 28 Beta Beta Beta ......... - .... ....,. 1 27 Board of Regents ............... 9 Business Education Club ...... ...... 1 45 Business Management Club ......... .146 Campus Buildings ................ ......... 3 ,4,5 Kappa Sigma Kappa ..... Liahona ........................ Mace and Torch ............ Maiar and Maiorettes ,... ..... Marching Band ............ M Club .......................... Men's Dorm Council ........................ Modern Foreign Language Club ......... Most Beautiful Coed ................,... Mr. and Miss CEMO ....... Newman Club .............. North Hall Council ......... Nursing Club .............. Orchesis ........ Orchestra ....... Outing Club ................... Pan Hellenic Council ....,,,,. Phi Sigma Epsilon ............... Physical Education Club .. Physical Education Maiors Pi Kappa Lambda ............. Pi Omega lzi .............. President's Message ....... Prexy Club .................. Psychology Club .............. Religious life Council ......... RHETOR Queen .............. RHETOR Staff ..................... Secretarial Science Club ........ Seniors ............................. Canterbury Club ................. CMSC Players ..... Colhecon ............. College Chorus ...... Collegiate 4-H ......... Cosmopolitan Club ....... Crescendo Club .... Cross Country ..... Deans ............... Dedication .............. Delta Zeta ............... Division Chairmen ...... Dolphins ................... English Club ....... Football Action ...... Gamma Delta ........ Governor Dalton ........ Graduate Students ....,.... Homecoming Actlvltles ........,.,,,,.. .....,,, 47 31 34 - ....... 157 34 38 35 98 1 1 7 02, 103 12 36 .........141 84 48 .........94, 95 .166-173 Houts Hosey Council ......... A .............. ....,........ 1 53 Independence Residence Center ........... .....,,., 9 1-93 SGA Executive Council ..... SGA Student Assembly ..... Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Kappa ..................,........ Pi ...................... .. ......... Sigma Sigma ...... Tau Delta ........ Tau Gamma ..... Zeta ...................... Student Center Cabinet ........ Student Center Committees Studeut NEA .......................... STUDENT Staff ......... s ..... .... Student Supreme Court ..... Swimming .................... Tau Kappa Epsilon ......... Theta Alpha Phi ......... Todd Hall Council ............... Traffic Court ............. S ......... Underclassmen ....... UCCF ......................... Independent Women's Association ......... .,..,,... 1 25 Inter Fraternity Council ....................... ...... 1 24 International Relations Club .......... ...... 1 38 Intramurals ............,...,.........,....... ...... 1 99 Kappa Delta Pi ......... ...... 1 27 Kappa Mu Epsilon ...... ...... 1 28 Kappa Omicron Pi ...... ......... 1 29 Wesley Foundation ........ 14, 115 .. ......... 148 30 56 56 39 54 41 78 1 74 49 53 42 .. ............... 136 ......157 .........132 24 16, 117 .........139 40 28 29 8 43 42 47 180,181 158,159 45 .........25-44 50 50 104,105 118,119 106,107 29 120,121 30 55 55 ...- ....... 1 37 160,161 ............151 97 122,123 31 53 51 .........46-90 49 48 Who s Who ................................,...., ....,.... 2 4 Women's Recreational Association ,,....... - ....... 140 Wrestling ............................,...,......... . Yeater Hall Council ......, Young Democrats ..... 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