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

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P-Q .,.,,y s'. ifffi A 1 V" i, 3?- Ea' 2 , X 3 ,Q 91 al f s Eff Qi M 2. T.,--N" Xmwe 1 .5 P I f ' , 5 1 1 Q f ' , J 1 f v Y a 1 x -1 Aff A A V in W,. ,.1:w'w- W" qw' H K 'VL X X x i 1 1 1 1, ! 1 E N P 1 I , ' 5 5 TABLE OE CONTENTS ACTIVITIES ....................... 8--59 CREEKS .... .... 6 0--99 SPORTS ..... .... I 00--137 ACADEMICS ..... .... I 38--2 72 r 7 , , President's Message Among the priceless possessions of all college people are the yearbooks of which they are a part. As years go hy, it is to these yearbooks that they go for memories of pleasant events, for assistance in recalling names and faces of students and faculty members, and even for comparing fashions. We at Central Missouri State Col- lege are particularly fortunate in the traditionally high quality of the RHETOH. ln a very real way the 1966 RHETOR belongs to each member of the student body and faculty of Central Missouri State College. Each, through participation in the College program during the past year, has played an important role in making possible this excellent publi- cation. The pictorial record presented in it is a history of the events of the year and the personalities around whom those events were centered. As time passes, there will be no more comprehensive or authentic his- tory of the year's achievements by the College than appears in the 1966 RHETOR. As the earliest yearbooks of Central Missouri State College have now become collectors' items, so will this record of the achievements of 1966 serve an important role in the archives of the College in decades to come. For the present, all will find enjoyment from the pages of this attractive book while putting it to proper use as a reminder of life on the campus in 1966. lf this RHE- TOH is completely successful, it will also serve the important purpose of making more real to everyone the traditions and philosophy surrounding the Alma Mater while encouraging loyalty on the part of students, fac- ulty, and alumni. The year represented by this volume has seen great advancement on the campus. The rapid growth in en- rollment has been compensated by an appropriate ex- pansion in faculty and staff with an accompanying growth in physical facilities. lts painstaking and artistic portrayal of this advancement will undoubtedly place the 1966 RHETOR among the outstanding yearhooks of the nation. The editor and her associates are to be commended for the excellence of their work. The contribution which they have made to the students, faculty, and alumni warrants the gratitude of all. 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An evening stroll down a curving walk behind Nickerson . . . a campus bathed in the beauty of autumn . . . splashing through a sudden shower . . . opened umbrellas clustered around a dormitory door . . . Panhellenic Hall after Homecoming Convo . . . special smiles across a study table . . . first flakes of snow . . . Christmas time . . . distant echos of a typewriter down a darkened hallway . . . a 7:30 class on a spring morning . . . nod- ding hellos to the same people at the same hour . . . lost in a flurry of faces . . . a fa- miliar chair in a classroom . . . coffee and cigarettes and bridge . . . finals . . . laughter and, yes . . . even tears. But now it's all a memory, and memories fade with years. This year's RHETOR Staff brings you a lasting glimpse of 1965-66 . . . a year to remember . . . a year to be remembered. Professor Grinstead's service to CMS merits Rhetor dedication With his 44-year teaching career at Central Missouri State Col- lege in the past, Noel B. Grinstead resigned as chairman of the division of applied arts and sciences. In the future, his effectual. loyal, and outstanding service to the college will never be forgot- ten or overlooked. Professor Crinstead was born at Leeton, Missouri, and has lived most of his life in Johnson County. He, his wife, Berne, and their daughter, Mary Jo, now make their home on a farm south of Warrensburg. Professor Crinstead received his B. in Education from CMS and his M. A. from Ohio State University. He did additional study at Bradley Polytechnic lnstitute, Ohio State University, Univer- sity of Missouri, and Colorado A. and M. College. Professor Crinstead holds membership in various profes- sional organizations, National Education Association, American lndustrial Arts Association, Missouri lndustrial Educational Association, American Vocational Associa- tion: Missouri Vocational Association, National Association of lndustrial Teacher Educators: Missouri Association of Industrial Teacher Ffducatorsg Nlississippi Valley Industrial Arts Association, and Phi Delta Kappa. ln 1963, Phi Delta Kappa awarded him a plaque honoring him as an outstand- ing educator. ln 1959, the Board of Regents honored him by naming a 351,000,000 building the Noel B. Crinstead Hall which houses the applied arts and science division. Known to speak softly and display warm graciousness, Professor Grinstead developed a keen wit in his classroom. And he desired and demanded good work from his stu- dents. Widely known and respected as an educator, he influenced the lives of many students. Since 1922, he has kept an up-to-date record of where his graduates are and what they are doing. Perhaps all of this is best illustrated in a tribute given by Dr. D. W. Tieszen, dean ofinstruction at CMS. 'gln Homer's Odyssey there is a line which reads: 'There is no greater glory than that which a man wins with his own hands and feetf " mln the forty-four years that you, Noel Grinstead, walked on this campus as an active faculty member your steps helped pace the development of this college, and your head and hands helped shape its course. There is no greater glory than the respect and admiration you won from your col- leagues and your students. uit would not only be unfair but impossible to summarize those 44 years in a few words. But it must give you keen satisfaction to realize that from a small industrial arts de- partment in 1921 you created one of the most outstanding departments in the nation. It must make you proud indeed to know that hundreds of your graduates have attained recognition in their field, and that to be known as one of Noel Grinsteadis graduates is considered to be a top recom- mendation. Professor Crinstead meets with a portion of his staff. 6 Diagrams on the blackboard always clarified drafting problems. 'aperhaps all our sentiments can best be summarized in the name the hill-folk in the Great Smokies have for a blue flower which bursts into sudden and profuse bloom. l don't know it's botanical name, but the mountaineers picturesquely call it 'Hearts a burstin' with pride and joyf This describes our feeling as we share with you the glories of an illustrious career. L'Noel Crinstead- master teacher, democratic leader, clear- headed thinker, Missouri gentleman-for what you mean to us and our college -our love and respect cause us to have ghearts burstin' with pride and joyf And because of this same 'pride and joy,' the RHETOR Staff dedicates the 1965-66 RHETOR to you, Noel B. Grinstead. Activities shorten the week and make the weekend more bearable. Plan- ners. Audience. Each can recall some activities that made the year special. Each can remember . . . applying for Union committees . . . rushing to make a 4:00 meeting . . . planning the Freshman Talent Showi . . building sets . . . setting up booths at Pertle . . . a tiny monkey on a stick., relic ofthe Carnival . . . the roar ofa crowded post-game dance . . .laughing at Huncan Dines . . . three madwomen from Chaillot . . . standing room only in the Pit . . . a stock- ing snagged on a Hendricks Hall chair . . . hanging tinsel on the Union Christmas tree . . . 'the Christmas Ball . . . the glare of footlights and damp, trembling hands . . . Stop the World-I Want to Get Off. . . applause . . . the omnipotent silence of the hall after the crowds have gone . . . ribbonings for honorary fraternities . . . the Friday rush for THE STUDENT . . . The Cave Dwellers . . .language club try-outs . . . a winter night's Dolphin practice . . . striving for perfection, backed with a reason . . . the day before a deadline . . . satisfaction . . . perspiration . . . relief . . . a job well done. For themselves-for the pleasures they provide, activities are to remember. wmww Mi A gg it S f gf: wg? g , -f ge iv.,,Q,Mi ig S fd' s 4 Q -E - it Homecomin creates and recalls an international holiday Homecoming is to remember the past by celebrating the present. lt is a holiday of nostalgia for college alumni. and weeks of hectic excitement and preparation by undergraduates. lt is a memorable event of renewed friendships and treasured years. Homecoming l965 . . . the freshman's first glimpse of "special" college weekends . . . yesterday meeting today . . . campaigning for a personal favorite . . . time for organizations . . . footballs and cleats . . . extra grid practices . . . nocturnal drill for an impressive convo . . . Saturday and Sunday in Hendricks Hall . . . black lights and opera hose . . . the glow that comes only from winning . . . walking across a darkened campus in the shadows of defeat . . . planning the following phase . . . a name tag and a straight pin . . . "Note for Judy, or Barb, or Nancy, or-" . . . the sophistication of a Coronation Hall . . . a gasp and a tiara for Queen Sharon Hilgedick . . . silver charms for princesses Jennifer Clay and Janice Sprague . . . an injured player who missed the crowning of his queen . . . raining confetti to welcome a princess home to ljanhellenic Hall . . . one week to Homecoming . . . frantically finishing floats . . . secrecy superseded by pride . . . "who's got the wire cutters'?". . .hours of twisting tissues . . . stuffing. . . Friday night panic . . . wind cooling a Saturday morning . . . a day of international fantasy on an lnternational Holiday . . . a kaleidoscope of color . . . pushing to the curb and crouch- ing on the edge . . . a float that snagged every overhead wire . . . future collegians marching proudly in high school bands . . . the freshman float bearing the regal radiance of Queen Sharon Hilgedick and her court . . . a stalled Corvette and new transportation for a poised former queen . . . welcoming Creeks at sorority teas and fraternity coffees . . .a stadium of swarming fans . . . dust and cinders swirling in the breeze . . . disap- pointment at defeat dimmed by memories . . .ending Homecoming at thc final dance. . .the aftermath of celebration . . . Remembering a worthwhile extravagance . . . Homecoming is. W- ,i Z fis c 37 After her eoronation. Queen Sharon and her es- A I t Yi-lsr' t. , , M..,mXh QT? ,lack Bozarth. President of SGA. crowns a beautiful l965 Homecoming Queen. Miss Sharon Hilgedick. fx X cc 5 2 - i - - '-dlt.l'lth-r wld cu . Um'TUU ld O edt 1 uid an l ll Students and alums dance to the music of NX arren Durett. X 5 5 ueen's court beautifies 1965 Homecoming activities 5, FIRST PRINCESS Jennifer Clay Alpha Gamma Della SECOND PRINCESS Barbara Cumper ,lanice Sprague Delta Zeta Ilouts-Hosey Hall N udy Wclili Sigma Sigma Sigma June Riekhof Donna Folk Alpha Sigma Tau Alpha Omic-ron Pi K Vivian Tate Judy Roberts Nancy Watts NICIKCTSUU Hall Young Democrats Alpha Sigma Alpha 12 F Firsts in floats and decorations display an "International Holidayw An "International Holidayn paraded through Warrcnsburg on the morning of Homecoming Day, October 30. Floats represented 17 foreign countries to carry out the Homecom- ing theme. With H3 entries, the largest parade ever held included 22 floats entered by campus organizations and 40 area high school bands which totaled more than 2,400 members. Float winners were: Sigma Tau Gamma, first, Sigma Pi, second, and Alpha Chi Epsilon, thirdg all in the fraternity division. ln the sorority division, Alpha Sigma Alpha, first, Sigma Kappa, secondg and Sigma Sigma Sigma. third. ln the campus orga- nization division, lndustrial Arts Club, firstg Young Demo- crats, secondg and Young Republicans, third. Alpha Sigma Alplia's replica of a scene in the Netherlands was a shoe-in for first place in the sorority float division. g ii l in lianinia toolitime out to win top honors in the fraternity float division. l'lac-ing first in house decorations. llhi Sigma Epsilorfs Denmark viking ship "rowed the Nlules to victory. ,IW N -.9 asm., lllll' lndustrial Arts Club captured first place in the organization division with their theme "The Mules Capture the Treasure." 1 Mass high school band formation. 2 AXE float. 3 Sig Pi float. 4 Nickerson Hall convo skit 5 Theta Chi float. 6 Young Democrat's convo skit. 7 Blue Springs band. 8 BSU house decora tion. 9 AGD's float. 14 1 AKL float. 2 Sigma Kappa float. 3 Color guard. 4 Phi Sig float. 5 Tri-Sigma float. 6 Gamma Delta's house decoration. 7 Joanne Orr, Miss Warrensburg. 8 Teke float. 9 AOPi float. 10 High school band. 1 1 Queen's float. 15 Construction underwa the College Union grows mf r Lnion Cabinet members: Mary Sims. Mike Webb. Eileen Whalen. John Whitehead. Sharon Nlartin. Kathi Dolan. Klary Hunter. Pete Beyer. Kittye Burruss. Judy k1ll8i llarolrl Brateher. janet Downing. ,lim Parsons. Charlee Busbee. ,lohn Posten. ,laekie Nloccia. Bob Cillum. Shirley Schlapper. Sam Conrow. Cindy Quigley. 16 The College Union rests . . . Pete Beyer, president of the College Union Cabinet. and the other l9 Cabinet members have the over- whelming task of supervising almost all CMS social functions. This year in order to gather new ideas and exchange information with neighboring colleges, the Cabinet members attended a Regional Union Cabinet Convention at Stillwater, Oklahoma. A few of the activities sponsored by the Union and under the direction of the Cabinet included the all- school musical, "Anything Goesgi, the Freshman Tal- ent Showg Breckenridge Ski Trip: Sadie Hawkins Day: the All-School Carnival at Pertle Springs, formal and semi-formal dances, and various tournaments. To accommodate the Union Cabinet and all CMS students, the Union addition under construction will feature such facilities as: l0 additional bowling lanes, a large game roomg a faculty lounge, an art gallery and conference area combinedg offices for the Union staff and committees, the cafeteria doubled in size, a larger ball room with a stage'and dressing rooms, a beauty shopg and a large store including a bank, post office, and jewelry shop. An architectural rendering foresees the Union, fall of 1966. Pertle Springs entrances MS students and facult Pertle Springs accommodates CMS students as a popular recreation spot the year round. Located one mile south of the campus, Pertle is a 300-acre recreational and biological research area. Students make use of Pertle in field trips and experiments and pure enjoyment. ln the past year, a 9-hole golf course has been extended to an 18-hole course. Boats and canoes are for rent for fishing or just boating, and picnic areas are utilized throughout spring, summer, and fall by outdoor students who also might enjoy hiking at Pertle. The air-con- ditioned Walnut Room of Pertle Lodge cools summer out- doorsmen or the fireplace warms winter sportsmen. And when cold Weather assists, ice-skating areas are available. . . F i g in . K A CMS coed tees off. An old recreational resort is now Pertle Lodge. Students and faculty share a picnic. XX ell-stocked. the Pertle lakes entice fisliermi n 'I 7- ,6 N of I W? Pertle Sprin s all-school carnival introduces students, activities, fun The Pertle Springs Carnival. . . opening the door to another year . . . a driveway lined with booths . . . pushing through massed people to greet old friends . . . millions of "How-was-your-sunt mer?" . . . a pipe-cleaner monkey dancing on the end of a stick . . . the steady beat of a band blaring from the lodge . . . yellow busses returning to fill the area . . . and going to Yeater for more . . . ten-cent tickets to "try your luck!" . . . cakewalks and bas- ketball throws and dunk the clown . . . smiles and introductions . . . a constant buzz of voices intermittently broken by a high- pitched laugh . . . or a gutteral shout . . . the Pertle Springs Carnival . . . a night to remember the near past . . . and plan for the near future. . .a night to remember as past . . .in the future. :fx 27 ft " hs' fi " He's a dead-ringer! -35" nival atmosphere. rl 1 .riff tie it 4. ,, 1 iii 'iw 18 Getting hit in the face with a wet sponge. throwing darts, or stuffing a wild bikini, students capture a car- A driveway transforms into a midway. lu Stuffit INT, Colle e Union is home of varied activities The College Union provides more than just a place to meet friends for a Cokeg it is the cen- ter of various community and college activities. Here parents have the opportunity to become acquainted with the college and its activities at an informative Parentis Day Tea. The ballroom is the scene of band jams and various other dances. The snack bar area attracts students throughout the day between classes. Down- stairs, in the Union, a game room provides a place for a quick game of ping-pong or a quiet game of bridge, and a bookstore and barber shop cater to student needs. Upstairs, students may bowl, relax in the lounge, or check out magazines or chess or checker sets at the in- formation desk. J Un the 20th annual larent's Dav. CHS students and their parents gather at a tea in the Union Ballroom. Zgzi Guest bands in the Union. one night and for one dant e makes a Band Jam. In 1965, 524,903 people stopped by the snaek bar. A bridge game in a tournament calls for deep thought and strategy ' f S .gy up , 1 g N... Determined Daisy Maes nablazy L'il Abners on Sadie Hawkins Day Heralding spring with a burst of youthfulness is Sadie Hawkins Day. . . an almost-legal cut day when teachers turn their heads . . . the warmth of a summer sun . . . cooled with Kickapoo Juice . . . Marryin' Sam . . . the unexplainable air of relaxation . . . and activity that begins and ends in the Union . . . cut-offs and sweatshirts and pigtails and freckles and child-like abandonment return . . . the reverie of a party at Pertle Springs . . . barrel races . . . sack races . . . an all-Greek softball game . . . gum chewers competing to blow the biggest bubble . . . spontaneous singing . . . listening to lectures in uncuttable classes . . . deaf ears and shifting feet . . . Sadie Hawkins Day is individuality . . . nonconformity . . . planned action . . . sudden impulses . . . a day to look forward to . . . a day to remember. W 20 .7 ' ..- A 1 R V . K ,Q 'fk- Sie ,VM .wgg ,mm,, ,.,vl. in gs. 'Q Charlotte Bemboom vrowns Mary Wilt-s, Daisy Mae, and Bob Dyer, l.'il Abner l Kinsey 3 fwldnvh Mn M,Q,.,,Ft.5., W., A M1 ' ' """---. 21 Freshmen produce The Great Chunk Hunt or X - - - Bill llunt and Sid flllllll higllliglll ilu- show willl llilk singing. Individually. ilu- Sliumlulc-s are livssic- W ilmn. lirn-mln Alexander. Barbara Powell, uml llvlnre-S .l0llllSlIll1 they are avi-mnpaiiii-fl by,Ianni-s'l'lmmps1m. 22 .,...f l A.. Q - QWEGQ E We Fl'lIWlC'l'i lNll'llill'll Criggsl and llunvun llinc-s Blew- l'4-urw-3 dismiss Swmlisli elvlicuvie-s willl lllt'il' waiter llloge-r 1 Icwl. S - 2 e we MQ? Xround the World with Huncan Dines wsi, Q QQ , ' r M? 1 C Around the- World with llunm-un llinc-s . . . in se-urcll of c-xotiv foods . . . thc' fre-shman tale-nt show first vlitiiivc- for rc-4-ognize-d individuality in 21 strange- nf-w world . . . first 1-llunc-0 for orgunizvd uc-tivily . . . practivv . .. . ' procrastination and worry . . . and work . . . and opf-ning night . . . footlights and applause- . . . the- glorious sound of laughtvr . . . an fm-1-ling of fc-ar at u glanvc- toward thv audit-nc-v . . . tht- onv 1-uf' that 1'un't hc- misss-d . . . an ahumlancc- of talent lxuvkc-d by 11 willingness to try . . . tippf-rclassliwli sur- vvying the- stages for nm-w fam-s uppc-rc-lusslnf-n who rc-nwinlwr past frvshnwn shows . . . und I'PHlPITllN'l' this one. . .to rc'mc-inlwr tht- be-ginning of t a freshman your through a nwmoruhlf- trip around the- world. ,, ,fr J..-JPY Bm .A 333, 1f::g,gf l ssss s 5 l'1-nny l'illis e-ntvrluins in Paris loon ol Paris 4-ate-rs to the- .'xIll1'l'll'ilIl tastvs of l"c-nwivk and llunt-an llinvs. I, - Ilnvk in llu- slate-s. llurry's llasli-Ilonsv typific-s thc- Xin:-rivun l'l'Slillll'klI'll. is Mme College Union Entertainment Committe 'W' wwfv, new Q D Dam-ing up la storm to the tune- ul"'.'Xny1llir1g Goes" are Marty Rivera. lirnie- Yohs. Shirley Svhlupper. Diane l'vri Kathy Svlmnauer. ,lim Parsons. Huh Xlauslmpl. Sam lfnnrnw. Bill Nllllllllb. Bill Pmlruzik. Sir Evelyn and Reno sing their version "l.et's Misbm-'liavef' Ilisguised as Mrs. William Bernard Shaw. Billy talks lu llnpe. of i n rr W an an 59 , Q O N , il , lla .A gy rl t , I V .3 7 1 03. v . x ' 1 u 'ww H... .un .uv 'U of ' .4 M ' o Displaying a painful look. xllllilll-811' mixes with passengers, Hope. Sir lfvelyn. and Xlrs. llarvuurt. 24 I I I resents directed by Jim Parsons a musical comedy by Guy Bolton, P. G. Wodehouse, Howard Lindsay, and Russell Crouse Anything Goes, the first musical produced by the College Union Entertainment Committee was presented January 19 and 20 in Hen- dricks Hall. The musical comedy concerns a young man named Billy Crocker who comes aboard ship to say bon voyage to his boss. On boarding he discovers that the girl he loves, Hope Harcourt, is sailing for England with her mother and her fiance, Sir Evelyn Oakleigh. Billy decides to make the trip. By borrowing an extra ticket from Rev. Dr. Moon who is actually Public Enemy No. 13 in disguise, Billy is able to sail. ln order to keep Sir Evelyn away from Hope, Billy asks Reno Sweeney, a Night Club Proprietess travelling with twenty-four chorus girls, to entertain him. Complications arise when Billy discovers that he is being pursued by the police because the ticket he used was originally meant for Snake Eyes Johnson, Public Enemy No. l, a friend of Rev. Dr. Moon. Both Moon and Billy are finally caught but, as al- ways, there is a happy ending for all. T, . ' The chorus wishes "Bon Voyage" in a song and dance routine. Reno . . Billy ..... Moonface . . Hope .... Bonnie ...... Sir Evelyn .... Mrs. Harcourt . . Angels Chastity . . Charity . . . Virtue . . . Purity . Whitney . . . Bishop . . . Purser . . Steward . . Sailor . . Sailor . . Captain . . First Girl . . . Second Girl . . Third Girl . . . Reporter ..... Cameraman . . . Ching ....... Ling . . cruise. ' Moonface, Bonnie and Billy meet in two cabins on "A" deck. 25 Reno pursuades Billy to take the ship's v CAST . . Nancy Rice . . Gary Welch . . . Steve Pearce . Janice Sprague . Connie Gerken JimCox . . Nancy Ogilvie . . . Marti Rivera . . . . . . rnie Vohs Ka Schanauer . . . . . iane Perry . erry Allen . . Bill Peterson . . . Bill Muzzilo . Bill Podrazik . Sam Conrow . Bob Mauskopf . . . . Rick Lewis . Janice Ragland . . . . Pam Sulser . . . . Sue Perme . . . . . Mary Flavin Dan Frederickson RogerCoe . . Merrill Clarke Nloonface demonstrates to Billy the way to eat breakfast aboard a ship. RHETOR QUEEN ,lean Young Alpha Gamma Delta FIRST PRINCESS Carmen Wendleton - Tau Kappa Epsilon SECOND PRINCESS Sandra Hawkins Sigma Kappa Campus beauties compete for coveted queen title Twelve women vied for the title RHETOR Queen in the annual RHETOR contest sponsored by SGA. On the afternoon of February 26, each contestant had a personal interview with the three judges, and that evening they attended a dinner where they extemporarily answered a light question and a more seri- ous one. In both judging events, the women were judged on beauty, good grooming, social competence including manners, personality, voice, poise, and physical grace: and general con- versation. On March 12 at the RHETOR Ball, ,lean Young, sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta, was crowned the 1966 RHETQR Queen, and her attendants were Carmen Wendleton, first princess, and Sandra Hawkins, second princess, sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon and Sigma Kappa, respectively. Janet Werne Assoc. of Indep. Students 3 if m Lynn Hill Sigma Sigma Sigma Nina Cgvey Houts Hall Nancy Roncelli Nickerson Hall Connie Barclay Delta Zeta A ffwf. 11 Stephanie Gillum Sigma Pi Carol Bargfrede Alpha Sigma Alpha 27 N .Q Judy Tough Hosey Hall Linda Colvin Alpha Omicron Pi UMUC campai n collects 10,000 to Vie for top rank An estimated 5510.000 was donated to the 1966 March of Dimes by collections and campaigns during CNlS's annual UMUC Campaign. X Bidding for first place in national campus contributions, CMS ranked 1- second to the University of California at Berkeley last year with 356212.20 against Berkeley's 331700. The 1966 CHS fraternity efforts surpassed the Berkeley figure as the Creeks collected 341843. Theta Chi social fraternity. alone collected 356,218.15 to win the Ugly Man on Campus award for the 15th consec- utive year. Last year Theta Chi received national recognition as the top campus organization in the nation with a contribution of 335,000.14 Highlighting the UMUC dance, .lim Kendall, Theta Chi, was pro- claimed Ugly Man on Campus: he received the Ugly Man on Campus Key and the UMUC plaque along with the March of Dimes traveling trophy for his fraternity. Sandra Class, Delta Zeta, was crowned Beauty Queen by President Warren C. Lovinger. and given the Beauty Queen plaque. Various collection activities included: "toll roads," sorority bread sale, and blanket-bearing. coin-catchers at home basketball games. Theta Chi makes it 15 with ,lim Kendall, Ugly Man on Campus. "input President Warren C. Lovinger crowns Delt 1 Ze-ta's Sandra Class. 1966 Beauty Queen :gh X K 1 W r ' . Acaciars Dale Motsinger lends his vocal V3 talentsfortheir candidate. ' A W-fr . 28 ,Q .!fff',::,tFf'- .. ,Q " ,ji Wiki M XY . 1' f AKI' S put their Candiduw S name in lights' Siglau lii:lII1l'I'lH.S Ht-ll'sA11gelsc-reatv swine forthe-irc'andidate. 1 llielu 4Ihi's pr:-sc-nt their vvr- ion ofthe Blind lhitf-. Taking third plat-4-, thv l,z1mbda1 lflii's Kangaroo llourt asks "Guilty or guilty?" lil . J 'Q-'s Go-Go girls rt-ully swing: , W W - , ., ,, ,M , ut.. M.- ..,, M V BoDidCllvandSz1llvRand c-ntc-rtain at Phi 29 wil'4'Ild.QU6t'Il1ll'll1t',lUIlglF.liiiVlll'S the SigPi1-umlitlulc-.Gary Rolirs. Sigfs first plum- a lin-Co flluli. -A ws. Jack Bozarth. SCA president, makes a final presentation of Mr. and Nliss CEMO candidates: Dick Bowman, Steve Olson. Steve Rustmau, Kit Lankford, Sam Conrow, Dave Brownfield, jackie Vloccia. .lcrry Lan- dreth, Marilyn Holterman, Paul McClain. Betty Scheini. DFIIH Yan Slyke. Larry lwinski. Kathy Bell. CE 0 atmosphere reaches new height in enthusiasm A record number of voters selected the 1966 Mr. and Miss CEMO, CMS' popular boy and girl. During the two weeks preceding the election name tags, posters and handbills spruced up the campus. As election day neared loud speakers shouted out the names ot various candidates. On election day the Union bustled with frater- .lerry Landreth. Theta Chi. and Dena YanSlyke. lie-lla Zeta. reign as 1966 Mr. and Nliss CENIU. nity men holding the doors open for prospective voters and bom- barding these voters with reasons why they should vote for a speci- fic candidate. Sorority women, too, threw their hearts into the campaign. Their contributions to the campaign included bell clang- ing, pink panthers prowling, geisha girls bowing, and even Uncle Sam endorsing a candidate. As a result ofenthusiastic campaigning techniques, thirty-five percent of the student body turned out to elect Jerry Landreth and Dena VanSlyke Mr. and Miss CEMO. ln an "Oklahoma" setting and style. the Alpha Gam pledges start their first-place convo skit "with a bang!" l 30 h1ILf1nlxf ml NtvpQ out lll 4 p.1tr1nl1c Qllllllwllllt rf 114 111 d In -Xlph.1Nw1ua Alpha x le cl whlle and l1luP an Prom W eSt51de Story thx AOPN dam c d .1 Jets Sharks lnlperiondtlml Dr. ,loyce Brothers speaks at the annual Central Missouri 'lleac-hers Association meeting held on the CHS campus. October 7-8. Singing with enthusiasm, the Four Preps perform for CMS students. 32 Celebrities make appearances at CMS Carefully chosen and well presented entertainment made for variety and pleasant weekends at CMS. The first group to appear was the Four Preps. singing many of their gold record songs. Their quick witted talent was the kick off for a year of one night stands on this campus by national celebrities. Nationally syndicated columnist and television personal- ity. psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers provided the next interlude of nationally famed talent. Dr. Brothers ad- dressed the CMTA meeting held on campus in the fall. The thirty virtuoso singers comprising the Norinon liuh- off Choir opened Religious Emphasis Week with a rep- ertoire ranging from spectaculars to classical master- pieces. They were followed a week later with a concert by the Kansas City Philharmonic. considered one ofthe nation's greatest symphony orchestras. The group per- formed in connection with a unique series of "Connois- seur Concerts." "King ofthe Road", Roger Nliller appeared on a bill with the Andy Williams' Good Time Singers during the SCA sponsored Swingin, Spring Weekend. The headliners rounded out the Rhetor Ball weekend and a year of na- tionally famous entertainment for CMS. Norman Luboff, Director 5.45 ra, viii- Roger Miller's Country and western music initiated a On the Ford Caravan, the Good 'lime Singers 1-ame to CHS. new style of entertainment un the CMS campus. 5 If 1 Q 'Qi-9 Q I2 The Kansas City Philharmunim- performed live in Hendricks Hall. ln a return performance. the Normanl,11boffCl1nir made their set-und appearance on vampus. 33 5 4 ly ,,,-nf as SK Stop The World- d I Want To Get Off A professional broadway cast performs for CMS audience Z Ixggm sg , mir if K 2 1 :ii , A fm W 4 15 ,f '. 2155: a b 'Q 'i - Wise, -5 ' ,1 'iikiiileii H s in Dana Haskell acts as l'1vie.l.iltlecllap's wife. A chorus line entertains in abstract. Littlechap, a circus clow'n, called his company together for a re- hearsal. Searching for a new idea, he found possibilities in enact- ing the story of his life as it was, is and might be. He re-enacted for the audience his birth, childhood, schooldays, his first meeting with the opposite sex, his adolescence, his first job in a factory. He met the ideal woman-his present wife-and with a cry he stopped his turning circus world to tell what it was all about. In reality, Little- chap is Jackie Warner who has been in show business since child- hood. His first show HOLD IT instantly established him in the legitimate theater. He was an understudy to Anthony Newley on Broadway and has appeared in vaudeville, supper clubs, and on Broadway and other stages all over the world. ,kv J Littlechap performs for an admirer 35 f if sr- Q s tj!- . ' i 5 H . A 2 if . M' ' ltr csrc f is 2 t ,sa ,, r 7 Q ' Littlechap is portrayed by jackie Warner. ' A p ,A Q f s s y e f 1 fa . gig ig . - 9 ' . .of jr 4155" . ,--- -ll A stile' in ww Q 'Z' N -" CMS Theater presents THE TAMING OF THE SI-IBEW Compared to the major works of Shakespeare, The Taming of the Shrew, is hardly more than a splendid scenario- and outline of characters and action. But as a playwright, poet or scenarist Shakespeare is without a peer. Few plays in the history of the theater in Western Civilization afford such abundant opportunity for theatrical action. The Bard obviously felt that the "playing" was as important as the -playg the manner as vital as the matter. The script is an invitation to actors and director and cries for boldness in action and abundance of clowneryg it is hit-and-run comedy not intended for the meek or timid. Unlike the tragedies, histories, problem plays and comedies of great literary merit, The Taming of the Shrew depends upon production for its life. Shakespeare's poetic genius is lacking in this play-with the exception of a few brilliant bursts-but his skill as a man of the living theater supplants it. The characters and plot are boldly drawn and the action must have the same dimension. f v t ' . ' fl V K ii by William Shakespeare directed by Dr. Glenn Pierce produced by Dr. James L. Highlander CAST Lucentio . . . Tranio . Baptista . . Gremio . Katherine Hortensio Bianca . . Biondello Petruchio Grumio Curtis . . . Servants Tailor . . Pedant 44 Vincentio Widow . . - Q . . . . Bill Peterson Richard Bradley Thomas D. Avery JimSims Janice Sprague . . . Jack Butler . . Linda Little . . . Terry Allen . . John Darrah . . . Stanley Hall . . Judy Benjamin . . Terry Thomas Kathy Hannan Bon Branan . Richard Piland . . Steve Wood JoeFox Mary Lou Phipps .L Hortensio to Petruchio: "He hath the jewel of my life in hold." Petruchio to Hortensio: "Have l not in my time heard lions roar?" 36 you A sg u dvi ft -A' 'f GUI 5 r J u .Q l. . if .ts ' Q 14.4.4 - fx .R - "Did you ever ye-I sm- Bapli:-1la's daughter?" llortensio to 'l'ranio: "No sir, but lu-ar I do that he hath too: the one is famous for a scolding tongue. as is the other. for lwaulc-ous mode-sly." 2 z' "For how l firmly am rr-'solved you know. That is. not lo lwslow my young:-st daughtvr, before l have a husband for thc- elder." ' 37 . -, .- ' , All K .,. 735, A x 3 5 L Grumio: "No. no forsoolh, l dare- not for my life." i V 1 THE MADWoMA or CHA1LLoT ' staged in Pit Theater written by .lean Ciraudoux directed by Dr. James L. Highlander produced by Dr. Glenn Q. Pierce The Madwoman of Chaillot, a modern French play, is concerned with the significance of "the dehumanization of humanity." Originally written and produced in Nazi-oceu- pied Paris, this play contains only slightly disguised mes- sages to collaborationists and resistance workers alike. The deep faith of the Madwoman represents not only Giraudoux's faith in the eventual liberation of the French people, but his faith in the final victory of individual hu- man values over the Hexploitersi' and "power-seekers." As strange a group of characters as ever crawled into the sewers of Paris portrays a maddening attempt to rid the modern world of its evils. . ' N if 5-1 fiffk A ia . - W " 'Es ' -. '1',. 5955" f. f ' ' ,ftswtlm Countess to Pierre: "And now, farewell. Adolphe Bertant. Farewell and let go my hand. and give it to little Pierre." 38 ,Iosephine .. Gabrielle . . Constanee . Countess . . Flower Girl . . . lrma ...... Street Singer . Sewer Man . . . Sergeant . . . Pierre ..... Policeman . . Doorman . . Ilr. .latlin . . President . . Prospeetor . l.ittle Nlan . . Waiter . . . Broker . . . Peddler . . Deaf-Mute . Ragpieker .... Baron ..... CAST Aliee llalnerstieh Nlary Lou NX infrey . . . Nant-y Ugilvie .. . . . . l.inda liittle Frances Patterson .. . . . .. Nnn Pugh . . . Carolyn Sims . . . Steve Wood . . . .lalnes Davolt . . . .lames Stutzer .. . .. Mike Cook . . . . . . . . 'l'iln Heeehl Hoy N anderwood . . . Bill Peterson . . lftltlie See . . .. Dennis Bond . . . Hike Ragland . . Alan llerzlin . . . Ron Branon . . Hex Barbeau . . . . . Stan Hall . . . Terry Allen 1 0 i N -4 ll, 1 Vw s .-.1 Countess: "livery word we sag echoes to the remotes! star." f ii liagpieker to Deaf-Nlute, Countess. lrma. l,0llt'PIll2ill. and Josephine: "l donit ask for your sympathy. I don't ask for your pity-all l ask for is a little human understandin .sf I untess to Gabrielle and Constance: li w perlieetly well that at this nnenl the whole universe is listenf to US... THE CAVE DWELLER another successful CM theatrical production written by William Saroyan directed by Mr. Gregory Kunesh produced by Dr. James L. Highlander In The Cave Dwellers, an old vaudeville actor, an aging actress, and a worn-out prize fighter occupy an abandoned theater, and this theater sets the background for the play. Each of the characters has an opportunity to relive an exciting or significant event from his past or to display the talent that once made him the actor of public interest. The three main characters serve as hosts to a variety of other characters who, like themselves, seek some refuge in a society that has passed them by. at gifs 1 l it The Queen: "What happened to me in the play is going to happen to you. too. or not, as you choose. as il you were writing the play . . The Duke to The Girl: "When l was young and truly myself. il' there was one like you among the others. l never so mueh as saw her." The Duke . The Girl . . . The Queen The King ......... The Young Opponent The Young Queen ..... A Woman with a dog A Young Man ........ The Father . . Corky .... The lVlother ..... The Silent Boy .... Wrecking Crew Boss ,lamie .......... CAST 1 39 . . . . Richard Piland ,.. Phyllis Battreall .. . . . Linda .l.ittle .... Stan llall ,.... ., lion liiven . . . . . . . . Terry Zinser . . . Frances Patterson . . . . . Mike Ragland . . . Roy Vanderwood . . John Scrivner jr. . . . Sandra Hawkins . . Phil Quetsehke , . . Alan llerzlin . . Terry Allen The King: "Farewell, then womb, cave, hiding place. home, ehureh, world. theal re- a fond and loving larewell. Farewell and welcomel' Un the downbcat. the orchestra's music fills the air. Music students create harmony in college life Performing off and on the CMS campus, the College Choir is a group of approximately 68 members directed by Dr. Halph E. Hart. From the A Capella Choir, a smaller group, the Modern Choir, was organized this year with approximately 20 members. Two performances of the annual Christmas Concert in December were presented by both the Modern Choir and the A Capella Choir, accompanied by the Orchestra. During the year, the Orchestra, which consists of 48 members and is under the direc- tion of Dr. Hugh Williams. presented two concerts. Sixty-five members comprise the concert band directed by lVlr. Russell Coleman who also directs the marching band. On February 2 and 19, the band was on tour to several high schools. They presented concerts on campus February 15 and the last part of April. A smaller band played at all home basketball games. at 1 ll'ill llllllll! l -lllilliil 'Uni l l llilll MII!!-ll 71 Marching talent displayed in its potential form. 40 The llnncert Band waits fur their cue. He, ..,, :I lg The A Capella Choir complements the Christmas season. Special voives blend as the Modern Choir sings. 'llhe CMS marching band performs for Athlelicfs fans. MS band steps out in new uniforms ClX'lSC's marehing hand. made up of 131 members fthe largest group ever! and dressed in new uniforms. played at all home football games this year and marched in the Homecoming parade. Traveling to Kirksville they played at a NEXIS-11115 game. Last spring, April 12, 1965, the hand went to Kansas City for the Athletics' opening game. The Nlules' band played before the game and between innings for the speetators and for "Charles l4'inley's mule-Charlie-U.'l 'llhe handis new uniforms are eonvertihle: for 1-oncert per- formances, the uniforms are worn tuxedo-style hy the men, and the women wear black dresses. An overlay converts the concert tuxedo into a colorful marching uniform. A chest shield of the overlay features the letters "ClNlS" on a hlaek stripe against a gold metallic groundg a natural-colored mule head against a red field c-overs the back shield of the overlay. A black simulated bearskin shako and white gloves and spats eomplete the uniform. Drum majorettes: Karen Seward. Yic'kiSimmons.l1iana Seward. and Sharon Hilgediek pose with drum major. Frank liurkhead. Q Playing the national anthem. hand members take a serious stand. 42 Nlr. Hussr-ll ffolenmn alirec-ts the- hand. Thf'b3IldIN'Ff0I'ITlSh1'f1l!I'l'VZ1I'ilillSlliQ1hll'I'1lWflS. 43 Ylnying in step. thc- tuha plays-rs "play with his lvuhm. Frank BUl'klll'Ll1 can lf-mi.direq-LM-lmll1l1eluuuI VS ith intent. Carol 'XlIiI'iC'll plays he-r glm'kc'11:+pivl. i'W?Q vfsf' 'iw 3 B?-hi fly Y lf4W3w 3 X Willa 659- A -up .hw af U ,Q "5-54-r Q' .V " ' Z, C'V 'H 43 Y 5, 5 1 I 71,25 I iggljnrz f N , 'V 5. a mhif f S if 4? ,Q Y ,K Natti11gv1'-Bradshaw Hall joined the other wo111vn's dor111itoriesin welcoming gum-sts atllwannualCl11'is!111asopc-11house. Pre-sidf-nl l,ovi11g,er spolu- of pe-uw' ,luck Bozurlh. prosidz-111 of SGA. vx- llll 1-arth good will1o1111-11. te-11clPfl the St'i1SOIl.S ll1'c'cti11gs. NlllllllglllV6Sll1'l'SllTHl.lgllI u warm glow Io the l'llillH'l i1l'lK'I'llll" llhrisl111as Daluw-. Cl11'isI111as takes o11 a special Illtillllllgl lor the IllLil'l'll'll stud:-1115. 1-nj!-wt? V 1 w. , 7 1m,xAiLw1 .mfrx 1-ww'-M if mmwxwwu. 1 A The Student Health Center offers 24 hour student care , 1 Newly constructed in May 1967 the Student Health Center is now staffed by a full-time physician and registered nurses on duty twenty- four hours a day while college is in session. Dr. Robert Shipp is the Director of Student Health Services. The Student Health Center has twenty-two beds for in-patientsg six examination roomsg two doctors' officesg a physical therapy room equipped with two whirlpool tanks, ultra violet light equipment and muscle stimulatorg laboratoryg kitch- eng loungeg and a reception and record's office. Classroom and office space for the Nursing Education Program is provided for on the ground floor of the Center. The clinic is primarily intended for short-term minor illnesses and injuries with serious illnesses and surgical treat- ment handled at the local general hospital. No charge is made for service during clinic hours, but students are expected to pay for drugs, X-rays, and ambulance service or minor surgery. James Pennel Shipp, college Terry Lacey. student, gets special attention "Waiting outw a case of mono. Faith from Mr. Pennell. Lundblad is checked by a nurse. 46 l. trainer. discusses athletic injuries with Dr. Robert physician. Taking advantage of the whirlpool, Terry Cotter receives therapy. 1 Y 4 I' 1 Ar 'lx it it 1 2 S x t t x , .t K.. .x xv .X, Ethel Anstaett inspires the student nurses Student nurses dedicate themselves to their profession Nursing convocation is a dedication ceremony for sophomore girls entering the nursing profession. This year, after fulfilling all required qualifications, ten girls were formally accepted into the collegiate nursing department at the nursing convocation held Sunday, Decem- ber 5, 1965, in the Alumni Memorial Chapel. Ethel Anstaett, presi- dent of the Missouri State Nurses Association, delivered the mes- sage. Following was an impressive candlelighting service and a prayer of dedication by the Class of 1968. After the nursing convoca- tion, the faculty of the Department of Nursing Education hosted a reception in the College Union. For the first time, the new student nurses were allowed to wear uniforms, and afterwards they had their first clinical experience. Bothwell Memorial Hospital in Sedalia provides clinical experience for the sophomores. Juniors and seniors attend Menorah Medical Center in Kansas City. ps- S Young devoted nurses-to-be intently listen and wait. Each student nurse takes part in the candlelighting ceremony. Dedicated nurses leave the convocation to be honored at a tea. 47 omen's dorms offer a home away from home ll' Construction is underway on a freshman hall. Ten women's dormitories house 2265 coeds at CMS, and an eleventh, with accomodations for another 394 women, is presently under construction aimed for com- pletion by fall, l966. Designed to meet the tastes and needs of today's college students, the residence facili- ties share a convenient location on the outskirts of the campus. Rooms are arranged on a suite plan of two rooms with a private bath, providing a relatively intimate atmosphere and an opportunity for valuable experience in group living. Most of the rooms are designed to accomodate two or three women. For the convenience of each stu- dent, the college furnishes all rooms with individual beds, mattresses, pillows, bed linens, spreads, draper- ies. desks, chests, mirrors. and chairs, all coordinated with the color and decor of the room. Recreation facilities are available to all residents of the dormitories, and, in addition to the comfortable date and television lounges, dorms contain dining facilities and well-equipped laundry and pressing rooms. All are easily accessible to the individual rooms. As in the menis dormitories, living in the women's dorms involves cultural, recreational, and democratic participation contributing an itnportant part to the education of a well-rounded person. 8 ,I-"' i 1 Q A fi 4: "i VC t 1 2 ,N we , ,V.. ' K E ki 5 Xvkil t A i Al ig v ,,- ,SWWG-' . X Living in a dorm . . . four walls. three beds . . . check here and sign your name . . . quiet hours, campuses. sign-out cards, and late minutes . . . learning from anxiety . . . a reasonable facsimile of home . . . often frustratingly impersonal . . . indepen- dent existance of eternal dependence , . . the poignancy of packing during spring finals . . . a sigh of relief and a pang of regret at a temporary termination . . . a para- dox of pleasure and pain . . . plateaus in time that can never he duplicated . . . or forgotten. miifiifa s 49 x' tj,,.,..J"f., 2 3 'X ,ff Comfortable livin keynotes men's dorms 2019 men reside in the nine me-n's residence halls provided bythe college, and the five-story addition to Ellis Hall will accomodate another 696 when it is completed next fall. Located on the eastern edge ofthe main campus, the dorms are conveniently adjacent to the stores of the college plaza. Housing men in single, double. triple, and four-man units, the dorms create an atmosphere of personal friendship and cooperation among residents. Conven- ience is provided by the roomy dining facilities, quiet study lounges. comfortable tv lounges. and modern laundry rooms, equipped with coin-operated machines. Give and take is the key to living in the men's dormitories, and in all instances of group living. it results in an air of relaxation and enjoyable living. i I , gr, Y 5 W 1+ s .. .Q W4 , Q V 5,?5m.Ms,f., V. . . v3rt5.t,.,.,. f Ji vfw 35,12 wwf' FW ., s si . arried students reside in Hawkins Hall A modern architectural structure provides a temporary home for fifty-two young: married couples attending CHS. The two- year-old apartment building. Hawkins llall, stands off Wash- ington street, just west of thc football stadium, and is within convenient walking distance of the main campus. Large, comfortable apartments here contain a living-dining room. kitchenette. and large closets. They are available in one or two hedroom units. Modern furniture and draperies are provided hy the college, as well as central air conditioning, water, heat, and laundry facilities. Each couple furnishes their apartment with the accessories that contribute to make it a home. ln this way. the married students of 1 IMS are helped to attain a hright future through education and the partnership of mar- riage. Z E : e t "'-Qi,.,,-.Lv Wy ,leannc and ,leff Nauser enjoy an evening of bridge with neighhors. Steve and llonna Farmer. if ,5 Household chores take away from study time. N 0 if A wif:-is cup of coffee is better than Yo-Dol anytime. 51 ,lcff takes time out to relax while Jeanne finishes the dishes. J :de . X ' A .Q Q ,. --- ' we M . . ,X Editor Bryant lVlcNiece gives weekly assignments to staff members Marlise Steiner, assot late editor: john Schrivner, reporter: john Hudnall. reporter: Kathy Dolan, reporter: Pile en Haa e. reporter: Walt Moser. reporter: Steve Bozarth. sports editor: Elliott Bigelow. reporter 'W news staff sponsors philanthropic project THE STUDENT, the official campus publication, is published weekly from September through August except during final examinations and holidays. Completely edited and printed on the CMS campus, THE STUDENT is considered as one of the out- standing college newspapers in the state. Besides headlining the campus news of the week, THE STUDENT has such regular features as "Mule Skinner." "On the Other Hand." "Letters to the Editor," a sports page, and the calendar of important dates and times of scheduled events. Through the facilities of the field service office, a special edition issue of THE STUDENT is mailed to some ll,000 high school seniors in Central Missouri State's 21-county district to bring this single total circulation to l8,500. A message from President Lovinger keynotes the theme in the pre-enrollment issue. As a special philanthropic project, the staff of THE STUDENT sponsored a book drive for the PAUL QUINN College in Waco. Texas. Donations from the campus library services and individ- ual donations were mailed to Wacttm to help that college build up their library capacity. 52 ...awww Steve Hall. production printf-r. opaqur-s a page nvgalive- as 4-mlilor Bryant Nlc'NiPc'f' supvrvisf-S. ,liln,Iol1nson. re-pnrlvr: Marilyn 'l'iPszPn. culuninist: Clf-nmla Dobbins. rvpurterz Kathy Gangwisvli. repmlc-r: Vifallacv liulr-rwrml. re-porter: l,in1la Esser. ru-porter: Sandra Thmnpsmi. repurtvrz jim Rand. rc-porter: Uris Jones. c-ulnninist. i I X , ff ., larlisv 'QW Planning an advertising layout. .lc-ff Nausvr. Su-iner.assm'iare edimnandklike Swartzheadlineastory. busmvss ITIHHHSPT- f'llf'f'lf5 wllh vdiwr Bryan! NlCfNiH'e. 53 RHETOR staff strives to meet deadlines The RHETOR, CMS's annual yearbook, has served to depict college life both as memories of the present and as remembrances of the past. Being the Greek name for teacher, the word rhetor appropriately named the annual when this school was a state teachers' college. The traditonal name still remains even though the col- lege has expanded to include more than the teaching profession. The book itself has changed during the years as it adds new features and improvements in almost every issue. ,lust a few of the unique features that the 1965-66 RHE- TOR offers include: on the front cover the raised letters 'tRHETOR" with a slightly larger gold metal lay of the college seal serving as the letter HOU, a thin gold foil deboss against a red background on the front and back cover, color insheets of the interior of the College Union, and a mosaic design for all picture layouts. Pho- tography forthe RHETOR was by Mel Jenkins and stu- dent Hodney Dierking. RHETOR staff members point with pride at the B+ and number H ratings that last year's RHETOR received. These higher ratings over the previous year indicate an effort to provide more features for the CMS student. 'fda As sports editor. Bolt Goetz collects a year's information on l1NlS sports and then writes it up for Rl'll'lTUR copy. ' 'sm "-' ,,...4v-f-W muh-Ji ,. , T '-2 F :- f tt' ,ft ' ' 1 " - ,Y 'Q' wi -if 535 Staff members: John Rufenaeht, Bonnie Hoffman. Betty Nlaasen, Linda Esser, Robin Readecker. Carol Jackson. Cindy Bartlett, Joanne Borgelt, Donna Cusick, Lynn l.yon. Not pictured: Sally Hraswell. .ludy Brock- man, Dennis Hatrlielllmerg. Shirley l,t-lllnen. Nancy Logan. Peggy lilc- Cord. Jolln McDonald. Nlarjory Yanllorne. Kittye Hurruss. Describing pictures in the RHETOR and writing about the year's activities. the copy staff, Sande Brock, copy editor Joyce Schumaker, and assistant copy editor ,lanie Steiner. work together in triple force. Thinkiugi almul thc- final pxwillcthm. E1liIu1',Im-1111 Nur- lun mul Dim-k limsnuin l'4lIlSi1lPY ilnluvrtunl fLil'llhI'S. xII'.NICl.lf'IlkiI1F. Adviser The art staff. SIPVf'Hillk'bI'E1flll. art editur Uivk Bowman. and Dano XICQuitty decide what picture-s should lu- used in thc' lay-outs .L ,Avy ff.I it K W CWENS-The Psi chapter of Cwens, an honorary soph- omore organization for women was established on the Central Missouri State campus on May 9, 1965. As a service organization, Cwens assisted freshmen women in moving into the dorms at the beginning of the school year. Other activities of this honorary included assist- ance in the SGA blood drive, Christmas caroling in freshmen women's dorms, and planned programs at the bi-monthly meetings. Each spring, freshmen women who have shown above average scholastic and leadership abilities are tapped to become members of Cwens. Girls who were tapped are formally pledged later that spring. Students promote learning through organizations UNITED CAMPUS CHRISTIAN FELLOW- SHIP-The purpose of UCCF is to increase the understanding of the responsibilities to which God calls every person of the college to realize in his life, and to provide that example which can be most meaningful in an academic setting. Six denominations join in a United Ministry in which students and faculty partici- pate. UCCF meets each Sunday evening dur- ing the school year for supper, worship, and programmed events. Members attend state, local, and regional retreats and conferences. S S CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION-The purpose of this organization is to afford the college community the op- portunity of learning the teachings of Christian Science, to welcome Christian Scientists entering the college and unite them in closer bonds of Christian fellowship, to sponsor a Christian Science lecture at least once a year, and to partic- ipate in projects that promote inter-religious interest. Four members from CMS attended the 1965 summer Chris- tian Science College Biennial Convention held in Boston, Massachusetts. Their fall activities began with a tea to wel- come new members. Highlighting the schedule of activities was the guest speaker's lecture, "Man Unlimited," pre- sented in the Alumni Chapel. 56 COLHECON-Colhecon is the composite name of the Col- lege Home Economics Club sponsored by Mrs. Georgia Sew- ell. Open to all home economics majors and minors. the club now has a total of 76 members. Colhecon began its activities this year with a fall hobo picnic at the college shelter house. Moneymaking projects included the annual sale of fruitcakes made by the members and a cafeteria in the shelter house on Homecoming day. ln the spring many members attended the Missouri Home Economics Association Conference in Kan- sas City. Suzanne Sims was a candidate for the representa- tive to the National Association Conference. For the first time, Colhecon had a candidate. Barbara Reynolds, for beauty queen in the annual LFNIOC contest. 5 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION-Vifith approximately 450 active members on the CMS campus, the Baptist Student Union provides activities throughout the year. Twice a year. weekend retreats are held-one at Camp Bob White at Knob Noster State Park in the fall and one at Lake of the Ozarks in the spring. Touring to area churchs. a 50-member choir presents concerts. The BSU also sup- plies area churches with youth revivial teams. At the Chair of Bible, Dr. Curtis Hutcherson teaches Bible courses every term. Sunday School classes are held every Sunday and short vesper services every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings. At this year's annual BSU caroling party at Christmas, about 125 students con- gregate-d. Socially, the BSU has special events for CMS internation- al students. In February. a BSU Sweetheart and Beau are chosen and honored at the sweetheart banquet. And this year, the BSL house decorations for Homecoming won first place in the off-cam- pus organization division. 57 f 'Q S. 4 f .. ' f . ax f . A R f' '4 - , GAMMA DELTA-Gamma Delta is the International Association of Lutheran col- lege and university students. It serves to promote Christian fellowship through stu- dent social activities. The 30 members sponsored an annual party for retarded children in Higginsville, entertainment for the local rest home, a Christmas caroling party. an annual picnic at Knob Noster. and a regional retreat and convention as well as their monthly suppers, business meetings and socials. The officers are: Janet Huhnke, president: Shirley Yan Leer, vice-presidentg Marcille Beach, sec- retaryg and Richard Weyrrtutli. treasurer. The faculty advisors are Dr. Robert Culp and Dr. Dale Nelson. DELTA PSI KAPPA-Delta Psi Kappa was established on the CMS campus in 1963. It is a professional fraternity for women whose purpose is to promote schol- arship and professional attitudes among women in physical education. Scholastic requirements include a 2.5 overall accumulative grade point average and 3.0 accumulative grade point average in courses in the division of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. Carol Broderson is president and Dr. Jessie B. ,Iutten is the sponsor. Casual and formal get-togethers entertain organizational roups INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB-The Industrial Arts Club is one of the largest independent organizations on the CIVIS campus. With just over 200 members the club takes part in a variety of activities planned around the regular monthly meetings. The club continues on a year- round basis with a different group of executives during the summer term and a graduate-oriented program of activities. Included in a typical year of events are: Homecoming float competition in which the club won first place this yearg a cider and doughnut partyg a formal banquetg operation of a concession stand during band days in the spring, a field trip to an industry in the Kansas City area: and a steak fry in May. The club also produces pledge paddles for campus Creek organizations. KAPPA DELTA PI-Kappa Delta Pi, a national honorary society in education, was founded in March, 1911, at the University of Illinois. Rho chapter, Central Missouri State College, was founded by Miss Pauline A. Humphreys October 28, 1922. Currently, Kappa Delta Pi has 239 active chapters located throughout the United States. The organization was founded to encourage excellence in scholarship, high personal standards, improve- ment in teacher preparation, and distinction in achievement. To be initiated into Rho chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, a student must have a 3.2 accumu- lative grade point average and demonstrate good leadership and character qualities. Activities of Rho chapter this year included meet- ings, pledgings, initiations, Weiner roasts, and a May breakfast to install new officers. 58 Plfllyl CLUB-Pem Club is a professional organization for women physical education majors and minors affiliated with the American Association for Health, Physical Edu- cation and Recreation. Meetings are held once a month and are of a professional nature such as outside speakers. panels, and films. Sponsoring a meeting for high school girls who are prospective physical education majors. an alumni luncheon. and a trip to the national convention of AAHPEH are some special projects of Pem Club. Dr. Jessie Jutten. sponsors Pcm Cluh and Sondra Stephens is 1 the president. PHI ALPHA THETA-Phi Alpha Theta, an international honorary society in the field of history. received its charter on the CMS campus in Nlay. l965. Dr. Alfred Twomey sponsors the organization whose purpose is to encourage the study and appreciation of history. This year Phi Alpha Theta and the History Club co-sponsored an essay contest. "Why Study History?". Each year a graduating senior with the highest grade point average in history is awarded the scholarship key. SIGVIA FAU DLLTA Sigma Tau Delta is a national honorary English fraternity. The local chapter was started 42 years ago Advancing the study of the chief literary masterpieces. encouraging worthwhile reading and promoting the mastery of written expression are the purposes of the fraternity. lfach year Sigma lau Delta publishes 1 emost, a literary and artistic magazine, and a newsletter which is sent to sponsors members and alumni Dr. Catherine Titus sponsors the fraternity. 59 Special fraternity. Special sorority. Special memories. To be Creek is to remember . . . returning in September to a new home . . . irreplaceable friends brought closer through undeniable bonds . . . an outfit on Tuesday . . . a coat and tie on Wednesday . . . convo practice at Hendricks Hall...strength- ening unity in a Complex...and Pan- hellenic and Interfraternity Councils ...soliciting votes for a candidate...a king...a queen...striving for an im- age...stuffing a float on Friday night . . .exchange dinners . . .a lavaliere. . . someone to listen...preparations for formal rush...somehow living through the hectic rounds of parties and smok- ers...welcoming a new pledge class... seeing, among their faces a pledge son or a little sis...a beanie...a pledge paddle...Christmas parties for under- privileged children . . . working for the March of Dimes . . . philanthropy . . . the beauty and solemnity of a formal initiation . . . the glow and excitement of the winter formal . . . reaching to- gether for a common goal of together- ness . . . planning . . . sisterhood . . . brotherhood . . . hoping . . . preserving a purpose. Creek life is an idea and an ideal. To have been Greek is to remember. IP 1 Sororities Work together through Panhellenic code The purpose of the Panhellenic organization is to unite Greek women and promote sorority life. The activities they sponsor are designed to develop Greek spirit. Un Parent's Day an open house was arranged in the Panhellenic Hall for all interested freshmen and their families. During rush a coketail party was held in the dining room ofthe complex. The purpose of the party was to give independent women a chance to meet Greek women from every sorority. The progressive parties and all following rush entertainment were also made possible by the Panhellenic Council. To make rush procedures and rules clear to all rushees, handbooks were printed. ln the dormitory itself the organization helped to establish the hall council. a group resposible for making any necessary rule changes governing the sororities. During UMUC the council organized the Greek women for the bread sales designed to make money for the March of Dimes. Later this year they sponsored exchange dinners on Wednesday nights for the fraternities and sororities in order to promote a closer bond between the activities of the Greek men and women. The leaders of this organization are: Diane Momberg, presi- dent: Delores Mann, vice president: Lynn Hill, secretary. Charles Busbee. treasurer. The sponsors are Mrs. Floy Tim- merman and Mrs. Eloise Kibbie. 4' ff Panhellenic Couneil: ,Iudy Coonrod. Sharon Boggess, M Ellen Civello. ,Ianie Steiner, Nlarilyn Schwartz. Carol HI an. Darlene Pelsler. Vivian Weigh-. Marti Owings. Di: Nlomberg. X irginia Haskell. June liiekhof. Lynn llill. I4 i Lewis, ,Iudy Bearce, Lucinda Parrish, Sandy Class, iephanie Gillum, Kathy Witte, Jackie Moccia, Judy Uzias, ancy Patterson, Sharon Martin. t l Panhellenic Hall is a beautiful building and a comfortable place to live. The brightly colored rooms are high-lighted by the students, personal touches. Most enjoyable of all are the carpeted chapter rooms with their attractive furniture and blazing fireplaces. These lounges are ideal for late night study, conversations with friends, and of course. parties. At suppertime the girls eat in a colorfully decorated dining hall designed to seat approximately three hundred girls. The sorority complex is a modern housing facility that offers comfort, homeiness, and pleasant surroundings to all the Greek women living there. 63 A wif ,L -9 'H 4-1- W-gr Plunging full force into an active year, the women of' Alpha Gamma Delta took home a first place. convo trophy: and their candidate, .lennifer Clay, reigned as First Princess to the Homecoming Queen. The Alpha Cams were active in many phases of campus life: Jennifer Clay, AWS second vice presidentg Betty Schieni, AWS recording secretary: Linda Brown. AWS corresponding secre- tary: Peggy Nlcllord, AWS ,ludiciary Boardg Judy Uzias, president of Beta Alpha and Union Cabinet member, Becky Moyer, president of Orchesisg Joyce Wiles, SCA senatorg Glenna lrick White, vice president of Alpha Phi Delta: Ernestine Yohs, secretary ol' CWENS: and Sherry Fischer, Queen of of the Acacia Pajama Festival. 64 wink - av g. -Xl nfs we-W 5? 1 :gif i if i,.llrif'ia 'Xf'i'xl'I'Ill21ll ,lush igariwr I4-aniv lim-kc-llllali Xlarsha Hfjmlll Nlary ifiivn liivvlln fiiiii1iil1'Il1lW4'lil Kay Cilt'llllXH'Iil Huhvrla iifllllliili Barbara Dania Sherry Fisc-llc-r B4lllIli9 llc-mgv ,lanvt Hanivkv junio? Haynl-s 'Xnn Hyltnn 1.11111 .Iac-kann vii1lIli,IUllQ'h Nant-y lit-llc-r Nlary l.a11l's-llsnrl Sllrtlll Llnyll Nancy l,UQ1LiIl Inge- LLll'liit'lllt'iCT Pvggy NIM Marti Kami Nif'Nl'l'LiPI1 livlzeccwl Nluyvr ,lane-t Niurplly Xlarvia Orr ,hilly Unias . , . l.uc'11lliu l LlI'I'lSil Nlarilvl- l'l'ic'P Xlurti Hixvra Sandy Svlumlvy Sally Si'ilNdI'IZ llarulyn Sims Xifglilliil Slohr Susan Swartz lic-vm'ly Viiilllllldii llnris X an Nh-tor i'iFIIOSiillt' Xliil5 Carla XX l'ilIIlPilA linda XX llill-Ilvami ,Inyvv XX iics Xlllfj XX iif-s KQLIPII NX illiallls ijf"iJOI'1,1il NN right ,lf'llIlIlil' NVHUIIQL -U FK ,,., fn X an if . 'OM 'L 'V iKf:"I9'x A Ctivx' ill scrvivr- pmjc-1-ts, ifpsilun llalnhfia vhaplc-r suppm't1'1l the 'Xlpha filllll 0f'i'ic'vl's is ers- prcsidvnl, i.iINii11iillll'f'il1 vic'vpl'1-sinh-llt itvrnatiullal 'Xltruistim' l'r0jc-vt. The .Mllls adopts-li a Kun-all lietty Shivni: sm-4'l'vtal'y. Linda liruwll: and tl'1'i1SllI'f'l'. Mari Wil 'phan and a local IllJl'liy ildllliiy and hall a fii1I'iSllIlLlS plmgxlullll at .iwhlli ie liiggillsvillc- ilUlN1'. lsilun ildllliliiil slmllsurs were Ur. fi2lIilf'l'ill4'VI1iillH. Miss Ninn' haplr-r acftivitivs iIN,'illtit'liti19il'llii-SCil1bHiliLlI1I'l'.iilf'Hi1iilSiU'ii9I. iff Shf'l'. VVS. Niwnia Niwrris. Miss Pdlll XX arrf-ll. WFS i"wiUl'lxl arc-nt's Day 'll-az spring iilfltlilil Feast ni' Hoses: Svimla1'si1ip-'Xc- Y1bllIlQI.Llllli Mrs. Slwrraiyn ii1'iiY1'll. Vilil'STf5Z111illfiSpfiIlQ1N'lI'621I. X t s A .. - ,g OH llelta Pi chapter of Alpha Omit-ron Pi began this year's activities with Homecoming preparations. Donna Folk was their candidate for Homecoming Queen, and their float, Great Britain, won honorable mention. During winter term the AOPis traveled to Nlission, Kansas, to celebrate Founders' Day: held their annual all-school dance, Pirate's Prowlg and gave a marshmallow roast forthe Greeks. A parent's picnic, Rose Banquet, Rose Formal, and senior picnic completed the year's activities. Members of AOPi were active in campus organizations during the year. Diane Nlomberg was president of Panhellenicg Barbara Hartman was president of Panhellenic Hallg Mary Hunter and Sharon Martin were members of the Union Cabinet: Suzanne Sims was second vice president of 66 in sv ! 55 w F lfllen Bauer ,Iudy Biehl Nlary Kay kldlilllllllll ,Iuanita Ewing ,lanet Fike Jeanne Fleming Donna Folk Virginia Gaskell Mary Grahau Linda Haake Barbara Hartman NI Sue Hickman Nlarilyn Hollerman Mary Hunter Karen Lewis Andrea Lindsay Edna Miller Sheri Miller Sue Morrison lliane fllornherg Phyllis Palmer Linda Paul Linda Ripley ary A. Shackelford .lanice Strider Dana F. Striehy .lanell Summers Mary Ann Walker Starr XY alkup Yivian Vt eigle Lolhecon Marty Chevalier was treasurer of Colhecong and Sharon filing clerks at the Student Health f enter K assity served as treasurer of Alpha Phi Delta. As a national philanthropic project, AOPi supported the social service department of the Frontier Nursing Service. Locally, they sponsored Easter parties, Christmas stockings, and birthday cards for a ward of boys at the Higginsville State School and Hospital. They haby sat for married students and acted as receptionists and Officers for this year were president Sharon Martin vice presi dent, Linda Colvin secretary Suzanne Sims and treasurer Donna Hedges The sponsors are Miss Marilyn Jo Sc hmidt and Dr Bessie Llhott 1, ad, W. .:.?,,7-:5m fm , Q is mf ' ..- lx .sv giakr f 2 2 455152,-Q ' i f JS 9 lg. ff" -. Q. :,,. H ' 'ff 'H Q is V , X' , W Eifzilv 531-:its , -, V " ' Qu... .Q Zeta Zeta ehapter of A-Xlpha Sigma Alpha hegan this year by joining the Hornet-oining festivities with Nancy NX atts queen 1-andidate. 'l'heir float. .-Xlphas Salute Xinsterdain, plac-ed first in the sorority division. Nlany activities kept the .Nlpha Sigs husy throughout the year. The Alpha :X-Go-Co llanee honored Ur. 'liwotney as Nlost Popular Professor and selected a Go-Co King and Queen. The annual trip to the Higginsville State llospital, magazine sales, and a dance rounded out the schedule for philanthropic projects. Founders' Day was celehrated with a sorority hanquet hy menthers and alumnae. The Sweetheart Formal, Parent! Day Tea, Christmas party. Valentineis Day Tea, senior pienie, scholarship 68 Kathy Austin Carol Bargfrede Dorothy Barry Sharon Powell .. f Martha Bennett Sharon Boswell Cindy Quigley linda Butler Son Hasnie .ludy Coffey 'F Susan Coffey Cheryl Collins llendy Collohert ,lan Davis Linda Farris Sandy Farris ,Ioyee Hellman Sherry jones Linda Rich Chris Roost' arilyn Sehwartz Sherryl Scott Judy Shull Nlarilyn Siler Sudie Spivey Linda Lankford Faith Lundhlad Carolyn Nlontesano Darlene Pelster Cloria Tenipel Karen 'liufte Diane Vsingfield 1... parties, and state day trips were included in the yearis activities. Many Alphas filled positions of leadership in campus organiza- tions. Judy Shull presided over AWS: and Martha Bennett and Karen 'liufte served as treasurer of SGA. Carol Bargfrede acted as vice president of Panhellenic Hall. and Cindy Quigley served on the Union Cabinet. Nancy Watts, head cheerleader, and Carolyn Montesano helped lead CMS school spirit. And Cheri jones was 69 selected Purple Pit ueen Serving as officers were president lxit Lanlxiord vice president Judy Coonrod sec retary Sue Lytlc and treasurer C arol Miller Sponsors are Dr lesse lutten Dr Katherine Nloroney and Dr Vehna Taylor mf -. .f J w 2 E - T :v u - . .. , v an Hz. - ., . i W Li ig'-aft K X , Alpha Sigma Tau was founded sixty-six years ago at Michigan State Normal College. The Alpha Nu chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau is a relatively new chapter on the Central Missouri State campus. It was chartered here May 12, 1962, and became one ofthe thirty active chapters. Alpha Nu chapter began this year's activities with many Homecoming preparations. A skit was prepared for Homecoming convo and a float, Alpha Tau Trolls Scalp Indians, was entered in the parade. June Riekof represented the sorority as Homecoming queen candidate. Before the game, the alumnae were guests of honor at a tea. The Taus were kept busy in such activities as the Founders, Day formal banquet, rush parties, Wiener roasts, the Yellow Rose Formal, and working to receive for the third consecutive year the 70 If Y, . .31 t A E Ann Bolton Diana Covey Linda Hammett Becky Holmher janet Kelli Gail Kirby Delores Mann Nlary Nieman jo Pieice iv r Sandi Piepmeier Karen Prelogar .lune Hiekhof lfrma Schmidt Sandra Slankard Sandy Sloan Carol Trautwein Danhellenlc Scholarship Trophy. Alpha Tau's officers for the year were president, Carol Hogan vice president, Betty Etterg secretary, Marty Owingsg and treas he women of Alpha Sigma Tau contributed to the Pine Mountain urer. ,lane Pollard. ettlement School in Pine Mountain, Kentuckyg the sorority also upported Penland, an internationally-known school for the handi- Sponsors of Alpha Sigma Tau are Dr. Hattie Ewald, Mrs. Bertha apped The Taus, in a local project, visited the Pleasantview Hopkins,and Mrs. Doris Brookshier. Nlursmp Home in Warrensburg. JM 5 ...MA GN. x X Q xx . X Q X- 1 6 1... Nutr ve""'S Delta Zetas began the school year by holding their annual all-school dance. Delta Drumbeat. early in September. Soon following came Homecoming and Deltas were again busy with preparing their float. convocation skit. Uuatemalian Heat XX ave. and presentation of Barbara Cumper as their candidate. The annual mum sale was held in advance of and on llomeeoming day with all proceeds going to sponsor a foreign student for 1966. ln November. the main social event was the Delta Zeta Steak Fry for members and their dates. Other activities throughout the year included a Christmas party for underprivileged children. the Rose and Green Ball in April, and the Parc-nt's Day Banquet in Nlay. The women of Delta Zeta participated in organizations and were active in campus life. Shirley 72 fmt., Qi: M y , lb I sl 14' nity, Connie llarelay .ff P is , nh. ' Beth Battles .layetta llayne 'Q Sondi liayne l.ynn l.yon ,lenny Xyland Q.. Linda Blacksmith Sltaron Perkins Sue .Mtn Cleringrer Sandra Cloninger Diane Perry Cathy Coxon lillis Perry - Carol Perry ,,.. V, A X ar Janie Coxon Barbara Camper Janet Edwards Diane lfsser Terri Pointer Nancy l'riee ,Indy Sehapeler Linda lfsser Stephanie llillum sandra Class Sandra 'l'hompson iw' Barbara White Shirley Schlapper Brenda Stevens Marilyn lluinty Linda Haldiman Vivian Heyer Barbara Hinds Nlareia llintz .lfvyee V9 igfield Kathy XX ilte Carol ,lat-kson Shpryl X Mrk ur Seblapper was a member ol' the Union Cabinet and many other Deltas served on lfnion Committees alsog Dena Van Slyke acted as secretary for the SCA Senate and Executive Council, and Barbara Cumper was awarded an SGA Honor Key for service to the organ- ization, Sandy Glass was campus rush chairman for Panltellenie: five Deltas were active on the RHlC'l'UR staff: and Cail Carr and Sandy Cloninger helped cheer the Mules to victory at sports' events. 73 Delta Zeta offieers were president, Billye Palmer: vice president, Dena VanSlykeg secretary, LaNita Cable: and treasurer, Charlotte Bemboom. Sponsors are Miss Kathryn Baker, Miss Betty Elgin, and Mrs. Louise Nlayfield. l i5f5i:1:3f?i'ii5',Q if , f f 4 -V - . 'fi am Qi ww -.,, bi 5 is f fa 21- - .- , Sy: gg , xgfhg-irsigigg ,iw ,,h A.. I S .,,, . . ,,.,,., . i mm , 1 - :-is V : f, kasigggt- - Q- fw 1 ' 5, . teas-5' , .f s -. gf:-.iz Q mf 1 A , t , X iiif ' , --V:-11 -4.asff:s'. X 4 W- ' ' f, - .--11, .. f.,4l,,, fax , 'f. ML Lili at-I , Kas-5 , , fin Delta Eta chapter of Sigma Kappa began its social year with its annual fashion show, Violets in Vogue. The proceeds were given to the ,loan Hubbel Memorial Fund for music students. Homecoming preparations resulted in Sigma Kappais Sharon Hilgedick reigning as 1965 Home' coming Queen. Their float received a second place trophy. Among some of the philanthropic projects were sending children's books to the Maine Sea Coast Mission iSigma Kappais national philanthropic projecti and distributing canned goods to elderly citizens of Warrensburg at Christmas. Sigma Kappas actively participated in campus activities and organizations. Jean Norton was 74 si .Ha s U 3 3 it t f pig? ' Y Xt at 92 rv? Q X ! r I can Lihhy Allen Carolyn Adams Janet :Xtkinson Suzanne Bauer Judy liearce Martha Bell Belly Holtz Elaine Brownlee Kittyc- Burruss tfharlee liushee Kathy Nici Iahe Jackie Moccia Sue Nohle Nancy Patterson Sue l'r-rnle Sherrie Petersen Lorraine l'rill Arlene Quell Robin Heade-cker Linda Cyrus Mary Davis Sheryl Dean Donna Drake Marilyn Ellis Nancy Rice Sherri Sehwaneke Judy Stott Sue Gann lganfllml U Rosie Sparks ar tara e1,e e , . '. .lanlce yan lleusen f.dllll0 Hendrickson . , V Margie Y an llorne Cindy Henson Nlarilyn Sikirica Judy Henson Kathy Knoch Sandy Koewing Betty Maasen Cheryl Winstead Pain Winters Paula Woolard editor of the RHETOR and president of Sigma Tau Delta: Rosie Sparks was an SCA senator, Sheryl Dean was president of Peo- ple-to-People: .Ianet Atkinson and Nancy Rice were cheerleaders: Kittye Burruss, Charlee Bushee, and jackie Nloccia were on the Union Cabinet and served as co-chairmen of committees, Nancy Hice had the lead role in g'Anything Goes," Barh Heigele was chosen Miss A-Co-Co at the Alpha A-Co-Co dance: and Sharon Hilgedick was a majorette. 75 Delta Eta chapter officers were president, Sarah Neitzertg vice president, Jean Norton: secretary, Sally Braswellg and treasurer, Sharon Hilgedick. The sponsors are Mrs. Mildred Lass, Miss Eleanor Shockey, and Mrs. Bernice Craig. X .... --1--e 1--oi , gf: .mr 1 , . - r am " 1 ' ' tis' C ' Q if K ,A ' . - . fn qw If . ik 'v ' V W' x llil-wit-,,'::' " . 1 3512" lNu ehapter ol' Sigma Sigma 5igIIlillN'QlQi1Illl16 year hy 1-elehrating their 50th year atCXlS.Sig1n1a's national collegiate secretary, honored guests and aluinnae attended the celebration. For Home- :-oining, the Siginas used a Mexit-an theine to present their candidate. Judy VN ehh, and to win third place on their lloat. Funds for the Hohhie Page Nlemorial. Sigina-s social seryiee projevt. were raised hy the annual Purple l'it llanee. Individually the Sigmas brought many honors to their organization. Karen and Diana Seward were again rnajorettes, and Tracy Hayes was ac-tive as a cheerleader. In AWS, Kathy Bell served as first viee president and Julie Shotwell as treasurer. On the HHETOH stall, Joyce Schumaker and Janie Steiner filled the positions ol' eopy editor and assistant copy editor. respectively. Bonnie Walker, Tracy Hayes. and Janie Steiner were seleeted for CWICNS. Tau 76 .lanet Adamiek linda Adams Sue Brush Sande Brock Marsha Canney Janet Coates Rosalie Cowdrey Sharon Craven Linda Crick Sandy limry Dorothy Haferman Bobbie llartel Tracy Hayes Lynn Hill Carol llollander Jennifer Kaserman Pat NleNlah0n Vivian Howles Joyce Schumaker Diana Seward ,Io Snyder Janie Steiner Sue Sykes Mary Beth Vogt Bonnie Walker .ludy XX ebb Cheri Zink Connie joyt Kappa Epsilon chose ,ludy Webb as their sweetheart, and janet Coates was selected as Sweetheart of Sigma Chi at Depauw Uni- versity. At Christmas, the Sigmas and the Tekes sponsored a party for underprivileged children. Christmas also brought a first place to the Sigmas for their door decorations. ln February they had a formal Valentine dance and a Parent's Day picnic in April. 77 The officers of 'Vu chapter were president, Kathy Bell vice presl dent, .lulie Shotwell secretary, Karen Seward and treasurer Karen Johnson Sponsors are Mrs Evelyn Runyon Dr hleanor llubbs and Mrs Nina llevenny. Sailing down to the Sunny Land of Panama the women of Alpha Gamma Delta enchanted the audience and judges to win first place. Servlce and slsterhood personify sorority life Greek life is a wonderful world of fun, activity and sisa terhood. The work and many hours of practice necessary to present skits for the Homecoming convocation are just a small part of any sororityis routine. Throughout the year the Greek women are busy with their own special social service projects designed to help people in need. When the March of Dimes campaign began the sorority girls willingly sold bread to gain contributions for the worthy cause. Their service is not limited to the commu- nity alone, however. Throughout the year they sponsor dances, various social activities, and rush. Together during their song practices, convo rehearsals, special "get-togethersw, candlelightings, and all kinds of im- Bowing to their British royalty, the women of Alpha Omicron Pi presented their Homecoming candidate, Donna Folk. promtu activities, the Greek women find true happiness and sharing in their own special sisterhood. South of the Border down Tri-Sigma way, beautiful senoritas danced to the rhythm ofthe cha-cha. Set in the glory of Old Spain, Sigma Kappa The Alpha Sigma Tau trolls outwitted the Cape Girardeau Indians to present their candidate. Tulips, windmills, and Wooden Shoes set the stage forthe Alpha Sigma Alpha's Nt'Illt'l'lLiIldS holiday. splendor of evening at the Plaza des Torras. The authenticity of the Delta Zeta's 'Tluatamala Heat Wavei' earned them a second place trophy l ft 79 y Inter-Fraternity Council stimulates self-government The purpose ol' the lnter-Fraternity llouneil is to establish rules whieh regulate and govern fraternity life. Annually, this organization prints a handbook to aequaint the independent men with the cost ofjoining a frater- nity. tht- reasons for pledging. the scholarship and intramural ranking of each brotherhood and the history and at-tivities ol' every group. This year many new responsibilities have been added to the IFC bevause ofthe newly built fraternity 4-oniplex. The organization tries to alleviate inaintenanve problems and parking complications that each fraternity experienees. They are concerned with establishing basic rush rules and settling rush disputes and keeping the constitution and by-laws up to date. The officers of' the lnter-Fraternity Couneil are: Don Thompson. president: Bob Johnson, viee president: Larry Clevenger. set-retary: and Bill Uepford. treasurer. ma ia., ,mt an-s Inter-Fraternity Council: ,lim Crinter. .lohn Kabot. Bill llc-plord. Bob johnson. Don Thonip 1 in l tr Bill Slit lton Du k Boys man Toni llrow. Paul Xlunsen. llob W lu-eler. Bill Wahl. John llines. Dale Copeland. Wayne In yt! uti Q lu o Lenz, llarvey Ubr-rweather. Larry Mefllwee, ,lim Burner, .lohn St. .'kllgLt'l0.,l4l1''llillHll4Jl'l"llLi. liarrie l'llwyn john l arl-.on loin Be er 1 ary f lark Paul Nlefllain. Tom Batteen. 80 Wall-to-wall carpeting. blazing fireplaces, color television sets. expensive stereos and comfortable furniture fill the chapter rooms of each fraternity. The lounges are ideal for talking to a date or friends and for hav- ing meetings and parties. At dinnertiine the boys receive their food front one main kitchen hut enjoy every tneal in their own private dining room. The Octagon-shaped complex consists of not only a Chapter room and dining hall for each fraternity hut also special carpeted quarters for the offi- cers, a room for the housemother and two floors of living quarters for the fraternity inenthers. Each group is allowed to add to the hasic furnishings of their chapter moms with lamps. tables or any other de- sired furniture. The well-filled trophy cases are another highlight of each frater- nity lounge. The attractive surroundings and warmth of each individual quarter provides a wonderful atmosphere for brotherhood and sharing. 81 ,M C ve lr A., E l , Y-V: , 5 I , A , B . 5 'Y' 7 as -K Y K f ' I N ii" , "U 4 ' L , ff. v' 7 A K ,. laik Q ie'f"f - . ii dk , 1' gg ,. ii , K vf r" i L,,.' latex., f A , :ak 1 .1 ,iii H I A if-ig ' , ,, f- , . +1 ACAC j The Acacia fraternity started olili the i965-66 sehool year with its eighth annual all-school l'ajama Festival. Sherry Fischer. Alpha Gamma Delta. and Ed Radford. Theta Chi. reigned as queen and king over the danee. The Nlona Lisa Pizza lnn. which was open four nights in january. sc-ored as .-Xeaeiais sec-ond hig eyent. 'llhe -Xeac-ia l'illI'IlflZ1I'0iit'ilIlllJllS events was published eaeh term and sold on eainpus. 'l'he lraternityis soeial life was llighlighted hy their annual lllaek and Gold l'ltll'IIl21l., February 5, in the College llnion Hallroonl. 'llhe Aeaeiais yearly K'0Sll1Itl6' danee. Night on the Nile, was held during spring ternl. 82 Ken Milmtt Ed Baskin Ray Crowell l,eland Day ,lim lleemer Ray Endicott Run Evans Terry l-'orsburgl ,lim llrinter Gary llundlach llon lcleniphill .lohn llines Boll Jarvis Dwight .lemison Bruce Juachim Art Johns Don Keifer Bob Knight Lyle Laughman Bill Linn Garland Nlarriutt Larry Nlueller lrl Newham Frank Rybak ,lerry Suendker Steve Taylor Bill Thieman David Violas Bob W heeler Ralph Wheeler Bob Wydra .-sw., ,ft 9, 4 3 5.614 ' 3 J if f' '1 5 Q.. l t ,S is -fs WR 41 -51.5, t 3: +G?" "Y, W . J +75 V we .,,, scat ld IS represented nationally on fifty-four campuses. Members Officers were president, jim Burner: vice president, Ben Kirchoff ec elve the TRIAD, the national fraternity magazine. secretary, Dave Smith: and treasurer. Dave Brownfield. llhe men of Acacia are active in all facets of campus life from The Chapter advisers are MT- Cla1'PIlC9 Pf'iiff'f'- MV- Olin l'l1'3Zl'3f 1 t tll t ,s ti student Government. Dave Smith was co-cap- DT- Riley Plilmafh Bild DF- VV illiam Bff'WiUSl"U- arsiyaicicm D ain of the varsity wrestling team, and l,arry Neil was un the ross tountrx team and track team. t i f- a W . . H . H .,E . . 7 7. t 1 a La l 'ff-an 1 J ' 'N " ' W gg l ,W :W A.,-' if V, 4-1-'Wax' 2 'W 1 - 1 1.11 ,Qt W A... :.:: . v 1 limit s? airs' fm-'ie .. fe 'ix " x ll? l . V V. 'Lim in iii izf 'A A, K. 'l . , x iilwgifgif - it gx T 5.5!-I QS W, , i af' Q E1-rf X' sa 2 r at H f 55 V ,245 .K V- WM fa... .5 ,M -F . .,.-. YE wt 1 K A ' . . . L Sid? 1' 1 M i X-TW- ff' , My ,f ' Sigma c-hapternf4Xlpl1a Kappa l.amhda hegan its ninth year on the CWS Campus with its annual all-sclionl Nlad Party featuring .-Xesop and the Fables. 'llhe .XKLS then made llunieeoining plans and presented their version ul' London Bridge and Buekingg 'ern into Space. Christmas fuuntl the AKLS husy planninglprtheir annual Toys lpr 'llnts Campaign and party. The annual lIll't'1'IlH llanee with llnldilnc-ks and the Three Bears prnvitletl the inventive for a vxiltl tlanee. Spring brrruglit the AKLS together in a spring harheeue. tht- spring liornial. and the Lake of the Ozarks' outing. AKLS were also at-tive in many organizations. Aiiiong them were Pete Beyer, Union ifahinet president and memher of the CHS swim team: ,lim Parstnis, chairman of the Union entertain- ment c-1-mmittee: Bula Gillum. ehairman ul' the Union dance and decorations committee: 84 Mike Bauer Terry Beach Pete Beyer Phil Beyer Pete Bram Don Burkness l.arry Caldwell ,lerry Cooper Ron llrainshaw Don Crow Tim Davidson Dorland Edgar Dave Emmons Terry Fisher ,Ioe Foster Nlike Frye lim Funk Bob Gillum Nick Greini Nlike Groh Guy Harkness Danny Howard Jim Jenkins Nlel Kjarinol Gary Kohler Tim Langon Hoy l.awson ,Iohn Lindsay .lerry Nleusehke .lohn Nlontgornery Paul Nlunson Sonny Parker ,Iiln Parris Gene Bae-gan Keith Hit-h Ben Roberts Steve Bustman Glenn Schmidt Steve Sharp john Sloan Hon Smith Ron Stahl Leon Temple Don Thompson Don Thompson Gene Yenson Gene Wansing J 1 EM L My 1 4 L R 'L iw' 1 Q' Sum 4 dur 1- "f . . 5 F 1 lan lhoinpson, SGA public relations chairmang Mike Groh, mem- was given the Ideals Trophy which is a national award er of the C 'WS gymnastics teamg Terry Beach, president of the uk and Hammer Club: and Don Thompson, president of the This years officers were president, Ron Welmh vice president ,npr Ifrdtf mnv Council, Tom Lenz: secretary, Bryan Wood: and treasurer Gary Hannah algma chapter received the E. F. Low Inter-Fraternity Scholarship The chapter sponsors are Dr. l.yle Beaver. Mr Frederic Bun k Dr up and the Dr. Robert Claud Bradley Scholarship Trophy and David Castaner, and Dr. .lames Urban. was limp , 1, W -.-,J ., f, is .4 t G, . . 'W Q, t if , , ,s:.,t,k ' A A ...s .-r . H fm gy L,. . , ZV' 2 1. I 1 f 3 I VL Q43 ' yi? 112 Qi A ik i . ,.. L E ez A ,ix " 3 t t 'fi-A 7 fr Q 'yi A VAIEE N M rw! Lambda tlhi Alpha. the newest soc-ial fraternity on the CHS eampus was initially ehartered on November 4, l96-1, under the name of Alpha Chi Epsilon. Growing from the original thirteen members, the organization placed in fraternity scholarship and took third in the annual UMUC contest in its first year on campus. The year was capped by winning the Delta Zeta Service and Achievement Award, the first time in its twelve-year history that a fraternity has been chosen. The second year was distinguished by winning third plaee in Homecoming floats and house decorations. Chiristmas activities inc-luded a party for underprivileged Children. On January l5. 1966, the ac-tives and pledges of Alpha Chi Epsilon were initiated into Lambda Chi Alpha. Lambda Chi, founded on November 2, 1909, at Boston University, is the fourth largest national fraternity. 86 2 wr it Tom Battet-11 Mike Healy Ken Bendure Doug Brooks Cary Cook Bill Davis Dave Davis Don Ficltlin Brian Frank l3il1lLeis Hob Glinn Charles Gregory tiene Heartling Doug Nlaybee .lohn Mcllonald Stan Nletz Dave Middleton Paul Nlyers ,lohn Nelson Gary Newham Frank Pisciotta Hon Pratt Gabe Ramsey Curt Reynolds xl 'uv V ,gy f ii its wa 'S M t., R-J 'Z' ii, t Dave Helman , I ' Gene Hickman .hon I-lnwldlld M Minnie Hill lylenn Schmidt -W. A Dive House Brian Slllvely af K 5 BiIlSn1ith -7' Dean lsler t av-A' Q Danny ,liles Bruce Kendrick Danny Kina Steve lllanz .lov Stiles .lerry lreece Jim XX enstrom Lambda Chi members are active in all aspects ofcampus life: vice president of the SGA and treasurer ofthe lnter-Fraternity Council, Bill Cepfordz art editor of the HHETOH, Dick Bowman: Greek editor of the HHETUH and assistant director of Lambda Alpha Epsilon, John McDonaldg supreme court justice, Tom Batteen: traffic court justice, Hal Martin: vice president of the Industrial Arts Club, Glenn Seymour: president of the liitle Club, Brian Frankg and sports, broadcaster for KCNIW-FM- Bill Davis. 87 Officers of the chapter are president, Bill Gepford: vice president Glenn Seymour: secretary, Walt Moser: and treasurer, Gary James. The chapter is sponsored by Dr. Charles Porterfield and Mr Gregory D. Kunesh. at . in M it i. -QA, if --lA. 1 P di ,fgft .' 1 A , 5' K J u .V MM fi I Y ,Q - ' fi V nt ' ' sf' -'filiil' '?fi1f7?v5L5'f f '5 , - if-fifflif' L , ' T ' :QL s f?Q115'lfl55?- Q 'I" A YA - V, 'V W f "hh ,M f 5 , ' W :W M 1 if if may 2? k A V ' , A ,ri J! jf K I is Q . nr ,-LCE , .QWT -gf, i is V ' IEW f-.: 1 if I ..:1I-,:'i'5: H l , aata P t t as e is 1 VWM . gr, it , A, W' nw ,fl . Q f' L Q W if' ., 0. .av W ' ' K . I X is J P P ' f A i' If I i P A f' W' A I i it , . ,, V , L , , .. .. f 'Q .Q ,Q . , L xg 5,5 V , ,Li .,.. Q iv Z, I ii Eiilirittirgsgr ., . - 5 lf . i A 6 -M ff: , . 5 I 5 a ' X i bmw. ,, ,,,,.,,, 1 A' ,. ,W f '22 MW 1 1 Q "' 'ff' an 'Aki , 3. 'W ' :V . ' 1' - -' 1 2 ffsml: 5 -- wm. n w MA 1 hi 5 - ws' wzzwx K 17 da XE f i I The men ul' Phi Sigma lipsilun were active in all phases uf eainpus life this year. Huh .luhnsun was vice president uf Phi Beta Lainhcla la husiness etlueatiun fraternitylz Huh Park was president uf tht- M-liluh: Dave lXleQuitty was assistant art direetur uf the HHlf'l'UH: ,lue Tainliurella was treasurer ul' Pick and Hammer: Buh Glenn was a senatur in SGA: Turn Nluekahay and Huh ,luhnsun were niemhers uf Nlaee and 'l'ur4-hz and juhn Hepp. Dick Fuertseh. Huh Park. jerry lriinisun, antl Phil Renzulli were members uflhe Mules fuuthall squad. This year. the Phi Sigs were again high in the running after winning the uverall intramural champiunship last year. ln the llUIH6'CHIIliIlfI activities, they wun the first place truphy for huuse decuratiuns and tuuk secund in the winduw display. Pust-Humeeurning again saw the Phi Sigs and their dates at the annual steak fry. 88 ,www V vs V ,N 1 to is : 1:13 y P fc, by it ,g- .i, ,f W . f . i ff S V -. -uv Carmine Argenziano Chuck Bergman Ken Brauninger Dick Brown Richard Bunch Terry Cotter Ken Cowing Dick Creighton Gaston De l,a Torre Bill Dryer Jerry Emison ,Iohn Fletcher Dick Foertsch Dan Fredrickson Bob Clenn l,arry Goldenberg Mike Harr Hon Harris Bill Holt Dan Horner Ron Hubbard Ross Jensen Bob Johnson Hon Johnson Curt Kincheloe Tom Klusmeyer Ron l,acy Sonny Layton Dave Major Jeff Maull Paul Mcbee Charlie Mcllrall Ken McKee Mike McLain Dave llcQuitty Tom McWay ,lim Melvin Scott Mills Nate Moore Bill Murrell Dan Northrup Don Norton Gary Paul Bill Pickett Pat Purcell Phil Renzulli john Repp Nlerlin Ring John Rockeman Brian Robin Nlike Sample Gary Schirmer ,Iohn Scrivner Bill Shelton joe Snyder Don Spillman Bob Springer Hex Stephens Hay Swallow Cordon Talbot Dennis Tyree Lee VanMeter Dean Vanlilyswick Steve VanSlyke Angie Velasquez Bob Villa Ken Watley Charlie Vt ilde Bob Wintergren .loe Zyrlo Q.. .W 'hw Q, ,,. H .J ig-+. .3 ,Xa ,V 1 M 28 + A V lift- ' . . fa' ' 5 H ,.- , ,ku 5 5 'I s L t ' V. A f ' ,Z XT., K ff' AV, I 1 C Y L . I ,Saw ..-.- B' sri- W -fs. it 'Sn' I K , K' M in . A Vit' f , 'V i t ' 2 , - Z' Y ,. .W , 'G Y ,ts Q .. 5 K uf AE' ,L W j mn f ,. '- t ,,- ,. v-,gi , A A r iff . 'YK yy X 'tv ,eywrajt 1 w ,, ,xr P X . K at QQ! V H11 " 4, iiy, R M, M 'N' , ff I ft M W , , 3 the 'Q M or y , N Q ,ra as? s t a .l r ,, leee V 45:56 V- FPL' 'kilt ,gif W I n 4 V .A C x Tw 3 Winter term brought the Christmas party at Pertle Springs and the Phi Sig formal. Blackouts, Windows, Ball preceded rehearsals for the 31st production of Blaekouts. Dan Frederickson and John Schrivner were this year's directors. Spring term brought the , annual Phi Sig outing at the Lake ofthe Ozarks. t lThe chapter officers were president, Joe Tamborellag vice presi- 89 dent, Bob Park: secretary, ,lerry Snyder, and treasurer, Terry Jadlot. Their sponsors are Coach Clarence Whiteman, Dr. Hugh Williams, Mr. Ceral Culp, Mr. G. E. Davila, and Mr. Fred Lampe. as Z aft. , VSZSUE 'ts - - . A ?2afGise1:g L' Q, - , Qsizagiesiitsif '21, - " ' . ffiklzftsiiei? " f25fH'faxs1s ..' w.5f , '?"s-bm-1L..r:13 :riftfm s ang ,. 'ilfpi' "' W i' 'fx 'I saasgkg i ' 'att ' S Q5 I .1 . ZQWMSEY , W f js ' . 21 Q 'K I ...eff .2725 ..,, ' " I' '. " aff:-' F .g V P ' 5 'iff' ' Wim . -'T V E . atv I f If S: 1 . 4. . ':"'.'i.3 '- -' a t . . ' - - - ' Q2 :. at A J.: I - ii' If .. H 1-fa' 125212 rj f ' 1,1555 y zfaifihi 211 Q- 3 1, - ,:, Aunb Z . my mi i ' gqiisft, ff MP 1 .w A ., H HH . ,,, K f t 1, 5 f we ' , ,X 1 ' X S atm? r 1 1 f . is M 3 4 23 ,E f 5 we Haw fm Q tt f is ,sf ,Q fm . a E, gsm. 1 ' A 1xsz1,g,gi2H55Qsv,.' EI , "A-f - 5, Tffllw si" . 5 ,,Q,L M , .. temmmfxff i f ..:1.- tg --is - amazed t - --..,..,1t K- I 1 - L . wigs ft. . H af Z , . ses! - -SQ . .. . - ,A1L,Xz, . ' . LX The men of Gamma Gamma chapter of Sigma Pi opened their social season with Pussy-Cat-A- Go-Go featuring the Cavaliers. ln Homecoming activities, the Sig Pis' float, Spain's Conquest of the New Wtmrld, won second place in fraternity float competition. And the twenty-six-foot-tall moving can-can girl won honorable mention for house decorations. Roscoe, CMS mascot, owned by the fraternity, appeared at every home football game and traveled to several away games. The entire chapter also went to Maryville and Springfield for basketball games. The Garden of the Gods Formal was held April 24, and Marti Rivera, a Delta Zeta and Sigma Pi sweetheart, crowned the new chapter sweetheart. 90 ara. S 3 -3 S: R333 ,lim Arnold ,lerry Bash A 1 Bob Baren J ,lohn Boyd Brent Bozart , V. Harold Bratcher NH' E' 5' W . it 6 Frank Burkhead Sam Conrow Jerry Cornell Emary Crain .lohn Crawford Ed Cundiff Tom De Luca Steve Erwin John Hessell ,lim Hixson Richard Hoverstoek Dave Jeffers ,lim johnson .lohn Kabot Tom Lammert Dub Linhart Terry Mack Mike Mauser Bolt Nlauskopf Larry NI:-Abee Nlivk Blercurio Ron Miller .lerry Nelson Tom U'Keefe William Padrazik .lohn Posten Gary Rohns ,lim Ulchinsky Bob Yolmer Bill Walh John White Mat Williams Don Wilson Larry Wilson Chuck Yates Richard Zuzek Atty' ft Sh i' i Leadership and honors characterized Sigma Pi. The chapter won the national award for the best articles in their fraternity quarterly. Sam Conrow was the 1965 Delta Zeta Man ofthe Year, and Matt Williams served as student senator and as vice presi- dent of Young Democrats. Union Cabinet members were Harold Bratcher, Sam Conrow, and ,Iohn Posten. Frank Burkhead was CMS Marching Bandis drum major. and Stan Hall, comedian, 91 entertained at many functions. The fraternity officers were president, Barrie Ellwyng vice presi dent, Bob Dyer, secretary, lid Marske: and treasurer, Bob Powell Sponsors are Dr. Herb Eschliman, Dr. R. B. Flood, Mr. ,lack Rus sell, and Dr. Pat Smith. Ai r V if f 1' W f , i 'ww V ,,. V ff-Na Q titt ww 1. ,im ' . . Thai 1965-66 year was an activv om- lor SiginalauUaininaonthc-fIvi1tI'alMisso11i'iSlater-anlpus. Preparing for Hoinm-oming. thvy huilt a float that took first plan' in tho paradcfs lirutc-rnity division. Their thvine throughout Homeconiing was Gerniany, whif-h went along with thc- ovvrall central theme of lntvrnational lloliday. Uthvr avtivities kvpl the- Sig Yllaus lrusy to c-onipletv thfl yvar. They lll'i'SPIll6Ll thvir annual llarvvst Ball, thv Winter Plc-ilgc Danc-H, and the Springfield Hun. They also had an alumni dinner, thv Sig Tau Steak Dinner, and the While- Hose Ftbfllliil at which Vivian Hey:-r, a Delta Zola and the- 1965 sweethvart. crownvd the 1966 sweetheart. 92 rf, Q. , Larry Apprill 'al Pete Backer M se' Tom Bigger Don Bolin Ben Celso Dennis Christopher John Clark Riehard Claxton Ed Curtiss Edsel Drennon Danny Edwards Tom Gallagher Marv Glendening Keith Hendrix Dave Jewell Paul Kavanaugh Stephen Mt-Crary llale Nlontggoinery Pat Mulligan ,lolm Hoe Donald Sewell Steve Silverman Ron Tapper ,lim 'l'homas Bryan lippie XX es Trimble Nliehael XX ebb Rom XX illiamm J War, R s. fr 43 al of ,W 'rfillfr U uf t E ,W E if 5 of HF 391 fit' V . I -eyk 1 ,V 'I Stephen Kaye A 5 7 M' Ken Lowry Xlerle Williams A .- -- 'E' -G "1 fy' f Harold Nlarsliall Robert Yows L W, 1, Q' Paul McClain K ff' 3. 'l n' E k :AI i ,lon lVleClure A K h Members of Sig Tau were individually active on campus. They were Cary Clark, speaker of the SCA Senate. a member ofthe SCA President! Council, and Prexy Club: Larry Clevenger, see- retary of the Inter-l"raternity Council: Dale Montgomery, SGA senator: Norris Henley, SCA supreme eourt justice: Tom Gal- lagher, English Club: John Roe, CMS gymnasties team: Steve Kaye. CMS swimming team: Keith Hendrix, CHS football and track teams. 93 This yearls officers were president, Gary Clark: Nice president, Larry Clevenger: secretary, Dave Hoar: and treasurer, Chuck Brady. Sig Tau's sponsors are Dr. Sam P. Hewitt, Dr. .l. P. Morris, Dr. Frank Martin, and Dr. C. B. Ford. G .1-'A' iii Z l 1 "J" i f ig e X f ja, ,.l KM Q V, .L . ,,.. L it , . l .view ' ' iii' I . V- f , t I if 2' 1 : k' 5 4. ., I' i. meer " 4, M 3 Tau Kappa Epsilon started the 1905-06sr-hoolyear with a live rock and roll show starring Booker 'l' and the Nlfls with l,ittle David and the lllarvels. As a community projeet this year. the 'llekes helped to restore the old XX arrenshurg courthouse. Christmas activities included a party for underprivileged children which was given in eo-ordina- tion with Sigma Sigma Sigma soeial sorority. The Tekes of Delta Lambda eliapter were active in eampus activities throughout the year. .lack Hozarth was at the helm of the SGA: Cale Heavilin led the senior elassg liiek Ballard was lntramural Council president: ,lim Brelz represented the lnter-Fraternity Complex in the SCA Senate: and ,leff Nauser served two years as president ol' the Public' Helations Society and 94 W A xr, Densil Xllen ,lint Lalxey ifX3Z'Zfi' Mike Alrneida Pete Markese It . ,lohn Ainann . . fu Rick Ballard gfffxfufff ii Phil Bellisari me ' U1 6 3 f ,.: H . ,f W dyne R. Bm ll. L. Oberweather A bl ' ' V A john Bozarth , V . it 3 i Ed Brentley NN' 015911 V IV -2 Phi1BruCE BobUreh1d Casey Cain Joe Passiglia John Carlson Lhuck Pitts l file? Louis Ciro I if ,lohn XI. Podagrosi I T i 'mi' H-aura '43 s R.l HCl -H, Jig 25-Zlneew nrer Ronald J. Rice ' T' ' gt- , M A . . , Ed Dean ,lohn bt. Angelo .. M Mike Diviney i 1, , I ' I 4-, - k .lon Swanson A , ' . g Z L. E Tsalftlrgjiirristiii Horb Tavemam i f z i Tim Green .lames X an Beneden H . A Denny Hachenlwrg Llaton X lebroek ' ' Gale E. Heaivilin h U U Rick Jackson Jim W Flhams Alton Johnson Danni? W 'Html Hike TX yatt """ Skip Kondry business manager of THE STUDENT. The bearers of the Nlaee and Toreh elaitned Jeff Nauser and Harlan Lawson. who also reeeived the George Charno Award. The Tekes won first in intramural football and volleyball and placed second in swimming and wrestling. Representing TKE in varsity sports this year were Phil Bruce, Tom Hursrnan, Steve Witkowski, P. ,l. Yan Beneden, and Ken Belko, football: Pete Leathers, NX ayne Bill, and Dave XX ells, basketball: Gale Heavilin, 95 gymnastics: Dave Noble and Terry Houston. swimming: .lon Swanson, golf: and Marshall Bryant, baseball. Officers for the year were president. Bob Clement: vice president. Steve La Rue: secretary. Eugene Whitfield: and treasurer. Cary Baldwin. Ur. Charles Kuhn sponsors Tau Kappa Epsilon. Q m., .1 If ' T ,- 'fi Q- Q j T' h sv 4' L Q at 7. my f' A "' -1521 " Pi wre rs '-fi ' eng W tcn t T e err fig L 4 ,.. ygfy ,Wt in ,W -5' if "' f X Y f , , . .. Y M w e an S y . '53 N W V at yt 514: cz ww A - . . ., L ,.-Q i . . .. .ff ' -it x I Q N W M Q . up . J. I ' My ,A .L , I v. M K gs - Iv---' " V 1 1- ' 5 '1-V L -' ':'. -f .V ' 'L -Ft ' - ax? ww? N P53 'HQ Mgr y , ,h:. , V z nbit j A E 'MET A il ,,A',-- 'iff-f :.1 . ' K 1 I K K t e T if Qeaa e?5i Q25 ie? w- V'-:.,.- V . V' - Az. exam -'2" f'wt emma iam Tw? T 5.55 , Q 'W , z,,,gj the 'mf fee fa? ff? t-i if X e A -1 Y -ml-3 ff ,Q 'few W5 J if ga ff ,haf asa, fffhi arf 'y I -1.:, , Y Mix 1 4 L 4 X c C e , , f ' ' - . :wifi fr" ' , f ' ' Z ,s X35 MI 4? . L . The Epsilon Phi chapter of Theta Chi fraternity began its fourth year on the CMS campus ata new location, the fraternity complex. During the fall term, the men of Theta Chi sponsored their annual all-school dance, the Fall Rampage. as well as other dances and rush functions. Theta Chi also won first place for their entry in the window decorations of the Homecoming festivities. At Christmas they gave a Christmas party for underprivileged children at the complex. During the past year Theta Chis have taken an active part in campus functions. Jerry Landreth was the president of SGA and was elected executive vice president of the National Student Government Association of America. Tim Schowalter was president ofthe Nlace and Torch. And several Theta Chis participated in varsity athletics. 96 .2 i at QA i ar fl A, 5 gr. as tg ,Q F hlilu- Bailey -- H Butch Baker - I '-" iq ki Roger Rasliett 5 'l'ony Reltrame iii : , - ' 'zzl ' Lawrence Bolbecker K K K George Bower 5' A Larry Bryan J ik V- ,lay BLlI'I'llllClCl if 7 William Cantin - Dennis Caulk j Les Copeland - E A Steve Cumliea ,lay Roll Estes Ronald Fornelli Thomas Caines Tom Cibson Tom Crow c R -, joseph Hamilton L ' Dt-llwrt Hildenbrand at .' , : Randy Hessel Q 1. E 53 llan Hofeditz R -, -- Ken Holmes Richard Holtz -- Bob lezzi F fi ti 3 ,gf gl ,Q dur., Terry Paasch Rowan Parsons Ernest Porter Cary Powell Ed Radford Randolph Rush Mike Sabella Harold Saefkow Tom Santella Jerry Saulsbury Tom Saunders William Graham Richard Schmidt Carth Grove Robert Schrnuke Bill Shaclcelford Peter Sofka Wayne Soph Richard Stroud Fred Tetley it fa rx ii' -W if x K HIV f. rm, W, if its Hai ...,, , Y a i z ... ' ., E t ..:: V ",- f -.f 'l U ii R -'l' it ,t , , X VVV' 'C' 'Q ggi if R citic s :.' wr jf viii 1, khy if rgjvgx Z 5 M K RV ln iii: zj 'assay t - yy Q im - as . 'M t 3. .l effrey ,l oh nson f' ,loe ,lohnson Tony Tetley ' . H R W Loyal Kaeding Louis N endetti 1 ih'i H f '7' - 5 - Royal Kaeding Tom Vw eaver i' U Robert Kuhnert Daniel Weber 'QM ' , I jerry l,anderth Dave Whitaker H,,,,,H , - Frank Lange ,ifzsiigssif , A 1 Randy Lash K V I R jj ' is Gene ltlclfarland Donald White 'afar , . 'R .ig Edward NlcNlickle Wayne Wisbrock Q ,Vi ' 1 Qti g i ' Robert Moser Steve Yoder tl E. E v E g g .." i H ,lamcs Osborne R ' ' ,K R' ,- ,V as. .ccc tactt ' The activities which the Theta Chis took interest in were those that they could do as a brotherhood. Last year, for the third con- secutive year, their candidate Won CEMO-and last year it was Tim Schowalter. The Theta Chis, in winning their 14th unprec- edented UMOC campaign, collected 355,000.14-, which was a national record. Craig Canatsey was their UMUC candidate. 97 This year s officers were president, Dale Copeland: vice president, ,lim Kendallg sccretaryhlim Scott, and treasurer, Wayne l,ohmeyer Theta Chi sponsors are Dr. Lin Welclt and fVlr. ,lohn Byrd. i ftlf' ,.f' . ! Vt 1th the leanln Tower ofP1sa the men of lhetaf hi . I Winning a second place trophy, the men of Tau Kappa Ep- silon planned for the Mules to be atop an "Alter of Victory." dramatiredrthe TlulesWllopplingtlielndiarisi' I ll An over-sized stein presented the Sigma Tau Gammals proph- ecy: "Put an lndian in your Tankard or lndians Goblet." complete personal development Working on house decorations for Homecoming, building floats, serving the community, and participating in and sponsoring campus activities are all a part of fraternity life. Throughout the year fraternities sponsored various activities such as: a rockin roll show featuring Booker T and the MGS with Little David and the Marvelsg an lnferno Dance featuring Goldilocks and the Three Bearsg a Fall Rampageg a Pussy Cat A-Go-Co Danceg the Harvest Ballg Blackoutsg a musical pro- ductiong a car smashg a Mona Lisa Pizza lnng steak dinnersg spring outings to the Lake of the Ozarksg the March of Dimes campaigng Toys for Tots campaigng and Christmas parties for underprivileged children. Fraternity Christmas parties created Christmas spirit, entertained and delighted local underprivileged children. 98 "Luml4m Bridge ls Falling Down" frenn unilvr the Capt- Cirurtlvau Indians as .Nlplia lxuppa Launhcla turvsavv lhv ll4JIIlt'l'tlIIlllIQl giuine. A glurltc-ss-six:-ml carlhvun girl that rr-Lilly can-vunneil 1-xpmswml the P 4 in Fin 'i Signlu lvl ULES cm iis upprvlivnsiun that "'l'l1e Nlnles lcuulfll Can- la ' l E4 F DQ H , K if 37496,- K , an A 55 gi , ff- - Y 4 ' -f '- :M'ac'ia's annual Pajania Festival mlrvw nurnc-rnus p.j,-Clail swingers and rv- ! sultc-ml in the crmsningol'5li:-rrylfim-l1cJ1'u11mllfLlHaullnrrlunqiwvlialnlking. 1 Third placf- wvnt tn the me-n nf Alpha Chi Epsilnn for their admlmad mlhtdlxe' lidpt Wm' llldt S d Int of Hull' The nivn of Phi Siffn1ul'l JSllUllIllSL'0Vl"l'4'1lLllJl"ll4'I'W21N l'm'stuclc'11t:+tntulu-outl'rl1sli'atim1wtl1a11 1- l . with "frustration waclszu they sponsnrc-il a sm-4-esstinl car srnush in thv lniun parking Int. 99 'ful fl. iff, KN!! tim f' gm How much of a college year centers around sports. Participant or spectator. Memories. Remember . . . the first crack of the bat in the first inning . . . watching the ball glide across a glaring sky . . . squinting . . . The thud of bodies against tackling dummies . . . liniment and tape . . . glory . . . a red flag on a field of green . . . chattering teeth and clasped hands in the stadium . . . a pat on the back . . . a fraternity cannon . . . Roscoe . . . Light reflected on waxed hardwood...black and white striped shirts . . . whistles and buzzers . . . step- ping over, between, and on shouting students to reach the top bleachers . . . a narrowly-missed rebound . . . and half a Coke down the back of a new sweater . . . a shower-room lecture at half-time . . . fraternity cheers . . . the ecstacy of a one-point victory . . . The singular smell of a swimming pool . . . searching for one lost ear plug . . . a jammed locker . . . The crack ofa pistol be- ginning a meet...the satisfaction of a high-jump that exceeds the last...the crunch of cinders under run- ning spikes...The power of a backswing...puddles on a tennis court . . . clouds in the sky on a tournament day . . . the casual excitement of an intramural football game . . . a scream of victory . . . eyes downcast in defeat. 2 Sports are a proof of superiority, or a stroke of bad luck. An escape, or a way of life. A memorable spirit of college life. f .fllf-JAM. w.. 1 HM Q A as A Crowds support the Mules An effervescent surge of enthusiasm . . . shouted oaths for myoptic visioned officials . . . an omnipresent aura of indivisible loyalty weailing itself through the ever-present followers and their special guests . . . the blue-suited-yellow-knotted young fans on Boy Scout day . . . bleachers packed by people with a special kind of pride on Parents' Day . . . Homecoming with its unmatched crowd of sin- cerity and friendliness . . . the crowds that remember the thrill of victory . . .the ache of defeat . . . crowds that remember. . . crowds that must be remembered. 4 H .. KF 1 if ga F , . P Cheerleaders display spirit and pep at home games The precision routines that the eight CMS cheerleaders dis- play at home games are a result of many long hours of prac- tice. ln addition to merely practicing cheers and footwork, the 1965-66 cheering squad under the direction of Nancy Watts, head cheerleader, has added acrobatics to routine cheers. ln preparation forthe 1965-66 sports season, Sandy Cloninger, Nancy Rice, and Janet Atkinson attended a cheerleading clinic in Dallas, Texas, and brought back three first place awards, one second place award and one third. A road trip during basketball season and a sports dance also added to the already busy season of the cheerleaders. Nanvy Watts lfarulyn Nluntesanu Janet Atkinson and Kay Green 5 f Tracy Hayes X , rj I I 1 M, . X ,f Nancy Ronvelli Sandy Clnninger and Gail Carr L.. Sandy Shelton 105 PM Nancy Rice tix Passing is keynote to Mule attack Coach Kenny Robb, with a nucleus of 26 returning lettermen, compiled a season mark of two wins, six losses and one tie. Robb, in his last year at the helm, has been working on a re- building program for the last three years. Seven seniors and thirteen juniors dotted the Mule line-up. The Mules ran an offense consisting of a split-end and a wingback set onthe weak side. Season statistics for the Mules ran remarkably close between them and their opponents, especially in the passing depart- ment. The Nlules' split-end Keith Browne, a 6'-S". 213-pound all-conference selection, caught 311- of the Nlules' 50 passes for 776 yards and four touchdowns. Electrifying the fans with his lightning speed on kick-off returns was Willie Weaver, another all-conference selection, who returned three kick-offs and a punt for touchdowns. Another MIAA-conference choice was defensive tackle Steve Witkowski, who teamed up with the rest of the Mules defensive line to provide some tough interior line play. Doug Morlock and Bill Leonard, two outstanding freshmen, broke into the varsity ranks with their standout play. Nlorlock, playing on the freshman squad early in the season, became Robb's top fullback in the last few games ofthe season. Co-cap- tains forthe Mules were seniors, George Zvirgzdins, tackle, and Ford Fredrickson, defensive back and punter. Quarterback John Repp, directed the CMS attack with his passing and scrambling ability. Others who aided the Mules' cause were Bob Park, senior halfbackg Bill Green, sophomore halfbackg and Phil Renzulli, sophomore fullback. l. TW . I Keith Lawrence Roger Denker Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Kenneth Robb Head Coach SCOREBOARD Mules 6 .... Pittsburg State 23 Mules 7 .... Washburn University Mules 7 .... Emporia State Mules 14 .... Fort Hays State ' 40 Mules 7 .... .Northwest Missouri State 28 Mules 14 .... Southwest Missouri State 35 Mules 14 . Southeast Missouri State 16 Mules 26 Univ. of Missouri at Rolla 22 Mules 8 .... Northeast Missouri State 34 106 Mules are introduced on Parent's Day '4e.f '2zf gpm v 5 n Al 3. ,wx A . F5 ' Q -ua, aw 'AQ if 54. 1. PV ' W 'wwf , R QQ K. Y ' Q ug 4 UH Sf' 'rf-::': '!3 4 IT' VF W A 1 Q f,,,. -f 5 f if i 1 . 4 CF. 55? sf Mules host Emporia tate and Kansas Cit area Boy Scouts A crowd of 6,000 fans. which invludml 2.000 Kan- sas City arc-a Boy Sc-outs, who wvrc- gm-sts of the College, witm-ssc-d a Nlulc T-6 victory ovc-r the lfmporia State- llornvls to opon thc- N65 homo pigskin season. A had punt set up thc Nlulc-s sc-orc early in thv sc-voml quarter lialflmurk Bill llrcvn took the kick on thc- llornet 37 yard-lim-. running it back to this 27 yilfll-liIll". Runs hy llallilnivk Vi il- Fulllmvk Larry Warren slretrflws for ai pass. Truim-r .lim Psnnell administers 108 , lie Weavmx liillliavk Phil Rmizulli. and llreeu moved thc- hall to thc- one yard-linv whc-rv quars terback John Rc-pp siwaked il ac-ross for thv Ioucfl1doWn.Johi1 llursman kiffkvd Ihr- point after. Emporia lflilllt' back in the middle- of thc- sm-cond quarter to sc-orc on a quartorlmucrk sm-ak. but failed to pick up lhv all-important c-onvcrsion. aid Io injured player Boll lark. Mules score the victorious touchdown. One of the Mules, Roscoe Svoul color gliard opuna llw Nlulvs first il0IIlf'Q,dlIll'. Dr. Klaxsun. loval physician. discusses football injuries with trains-r ,lim Pvnnell 109 MINEP5 Mules display aggressiveness in defeating Rolla Miners Before a Parentls Day crowd of 5,000, the Mules climbed out of the MIAA conference cellar with a 26-22 victory over the Rolla Miners. The Mules scored twice in the first five minutes of play on a 79-yard opening kickoff run by halfback Willie Weaver, and a John Repp pass to split-end Keith Browne, who scored on a 31-yard play. Two Mule tallies reached the boards in the second quarter on a 14-yard pass from quarterback Repp to halfback Bob Park and a short 1-yard plunge by Repp concluded the Mules' scoring. During the game, the offensive attack was plagued on numerous occasions by the penalty flag, as 145 yards were assessed against the Mules. 110 John Repp scores on quarterback sneak Mules offense breaks through Miners' defense to score a touchdown. Referee signals a Keith Browne touchdown. Fraternity cannon gets a workout. lll CMS initiates freshman football CMS initiated a freshman football program this season under the direction of Coach Mike Carter. Head coach, Kenny Robb, de' signed the program to give freshmen a greater opportunity to play college football and to strengthen the school's varsity ranks. Forty-six players started the season helping to compile a l-4 record. Coach Carter was plagued this season with Coach Robb taking some of his players for varsity action. Standouts on the freshman squad were Doug Morlock, fullbackg Ron Woodard and Vernon Ramsey, endsg Dick Price and Tom Beck, halfbacksg Rick Rhoades, Bill Schroer, and Don Fowler, tacklesg and Rich Delviscio, linebacker. SCOREBOARD -tlVIules Southwest Missouri State Mules Northeast Missouri State Mules Northwest Missouri State Mules Southwest Missouri State Mules Northeast Missouri State 112 Carmine Argenziano Russell Baird Tom Beck Richard Delviseio Fred Elmore Henry Fischer Ware Floyd Don Fowler John Heller Carl Henley Bill Hobbs John Hof-hne Jim Jefferies Stephen Kaye Larry Kratz Bob Lawson Richard Lewis joseph Lindsay Bill Markam Glenn McGee Vernon Ramsey Leon Saxton Bill Schroer Odis Walker Bradley Ward Ron Woodard Art ,lnhanningmeiner David Wyatt Bob Johnson John Yowell 'QR IB if "'1 Sequence photos show action in offensive play: ill Doug Nlorlock, fullback, and jim Vanek, guard, block for Terry Teter, quarterback. 123 Block completed as Teter advances. t3JKirksvi1le players, numbers 66 and 7, attempt to stop Teter. L13 Teter races by defense on way to touchdown. 113 Wayne Bill Keith Browne Greg Daust Pctc Leathers Mules place second in IAA conference race Coach Chuck Smith, posting a 14-8 record in l1is first year at the helm, lost two games to conference champions, Southwest Nlissouri State, by a single point in both contests. This was the season the Mules lost the MIAA conference title by four points, placing second. However, this was not all of Coach Smith's problems as he lost three top players because of ineligibility and illness. Calvin Pettit. an all-MIAA forward, was declared ineligible by the conference for playing in a post-season game. A great loss due to illness was Greg Daust, a 6-6 center, who established a school rebounding record of28 caroms in one game. Dave Wells, a 5-10 guard, was also lost for the later part of the season due to illness. Captain Cozel Walker. a 6-5 forward, led the team to victory many times with his standout de- fense, tough rebounding, and great shooting. averaging 18 points per contest. Sylvester Mitchell, a 5-11 guard. and Hon Mooney. a 6-2 guard, combined scoring talents for a 17 point and a 14 point per game average. Bill Owens, a 6-3 forward, aided the Mule cause many times with his clutch shooting and rugged rebounding. Crowds jam Garrison Gym -home ofthe Mules. Sylvester Nlitcllell Ron Nloones Allen Nagel llill Owz SCOREBOARD Mules 64 Cincinnati University 7 Mules 72 Louisville University 8 Mules 62 Emporia State 6 Mules 83 Rolla 66 Mules 75 Southeast Missouri State 8 Mules 69 Eastern Kentucky University 10 Mules 63 Tennesee Tech 81 Mules 87 Sam Houston State 51 Mules 60 Southwest Missouri State 61 Mules 81 Pittsburg State 80 Mules 99 Ottawa University 70 Mules 108 Bethany College 57 Mules 78 Pittsburg State 7 Mules 65 Southwest Missouri State 6 Mules 72 Southern Illinois University 8' Mules 72 Emporia State 75 Mules 64 Northeast Missouri State 4 1 Mules 78 Northwest Missouri State Mules 95 Northeast Missouri State Mules 86 Northwest Missouri State Mules 96 Rolla Mules 68 Southeast Missouri State Mules 70 Phillips 5666" nlgcrs Rich Rosc Earl Stone Cozcl Walker Dave Wclls t , ,W l Coach Chuck Smith Assistant Coach Floyd Walker V V ,M K Vw first hall. action to thc playcrs. 115 5 '. Si you fg l1l Lil Ann Marshall and Professor Ge-nc Hill duplicate- statistics ofthc first hallol' play within minutcs aftcr the huzzcr sounds. ,ga ,1 K W' zexnsffim ' Mules' coach Chuck Smith makes good usc of CMS? new closcd circuit TV installation in Garrison gymnasium at half' timc. The vidco playbar-ks point out hoth good and had points ofthe Mules open home season a ainst Emporia tate An edgy victory over Emporia Slate opened the Nlules' 1965-66 home season, as CMS downed Emporia, 62-61. An early lead was soon shortened hy the lighting Hornets from Kansas, hut Cozel Walkens 22 points. allied with 20 points from Sylvester Mitchell, kept the Mules ahead to the end. The game was close on statistics, as well as scor- ing, with hoth of the teams averaging 56 percent from the free throw line, and the Mules leading from the field hy a narrow margin olll-.5 percent. Greg Daust hites the dust . . .again. Cozel Walker takes aim and hooks for two. Dave Wells makes a quick decision and fakes out a Hornet Sam Houston State oes down to defeat A bright spot in the ten-day series of mid-December games was the Mules victory over Sam Houston State College of Huntsville, Texas, 87-51. Played in Garrison Gymmasium, the game was the first meeting between the two teams. The Game was highlighted by high scoring, as the Mules built up a half-time 1ead of 39 to 29 and then worked it to the final ta11y of 87 to 51. Guards Sylvester Mitchell and Dave Wells led the Mules in one of their finest shooting exhibitions combining talents to total 48 points. The team hit 44 percent from the field, as Mitchell led the attack with 27 points and Wells with 21. The second half provid- ed Mule fans with excellent shooting, rough defense and great rebounding. NRM Ron Mooney leaves Sam Houston opponent up in the air Nlule. Greg Daust lights for p 1 e n 117 Vw ayne Bill is fouls-d hy a Beart'at asthe goes for a lay-up. Mules outshoot Maryville Bearcats for a victory Earl Stone's tough rebounding, Bill Owens' shooting, and Cozel Walker's outstanding defense sparked the Mules to a 78-49 victory over the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats in conference play. Leading hy a narrow margin of 32-24 at half-time, Owens got a hot hand and pumped in four straight baskets to lead the second half attack of the Mules. Walker, Ron Mooney, and Sylvester Mitchell also aided the team cause with good shooting. Walker did a yoeman defensive job on Bearcat center Dave Remund, holding one of the top MIAA scorers to ten points. Stone topped Mule rebounders with 13 caroms. Walker, Owens, and Mooney topped the CMS scoring attack with 17, 16, and 14- respectively. liard-driving Sylvester Nlilt-hell makes a decisive move in a drihhling nianeuver 118 Cozel Walker stretches for two against the Bearcats. W l sf " Mules lose to Springfield Cozel Walker goes up and over the Bears for a basket as Dave Wells readies for a possible re- bound. Bears by a mar in of one Southwest Missouri State put down a fired-up CMS team in a MIAA conference thriller. 61-60, for the first of two such one point decisions this season. Mules, out played in the first half, were down, 40-27, at half-time. Guard Dave Wells picked up the Mules attack in the second half bringing CMS within four points with 57 seconds left in the con- test. Greg Daust hit three of four charity tosses in the last thirty seconds, but the Mules just could not find the other two points. Wells and Cozel Walker led Mule scoring with 16 and 17 points each. Bill Owens, Mule, races against the Bears in a contest for a loose ball. 119 -V Squad shoots high percentage for season Coach Gordon McFarland, a three time all-MIAA guard for CMS, guided this yearis junior-varsity Mules to a 6-3 season mark. The team as a whole averaged 80.3 points a contest and had a shooting percentage of 43 for the season. They met their toughest contests against the Bockhurst Hawks junior-varsity, dropping both games, 83-105 and 90-101. Bill DeBartolo, a 6-1 guard, led the yearis scoring with 158 points and a 17.6 average. Tom Boulch, the center at 6-7, averaged 14.2 points per contest and was the leading re- bounder grabbing 94 caroms for a 10.4 average. Kent Wood, a 5-11 guard, was the third leading scorer with 11.4 points a game. Bill Blanton backed up board play with eight caroms per contest while averaging 8.4 points a game. 4 4 1 Tom Boulch shoots for two points as Springfield Bear begs him to miss. ...nn A. On his way up to sink two, Bill DeBartolo gets past SMS defense. SCOREBOARD Mules 83 .... Rockhurst 105 Mules 72 .... Emporia State 68 Mules 66 .... Southwest Mo. State 94 Mules 85 .... St. Pauls 68 Mules 76 .... Ottawa 63 Mules 93 .... St. Pauls 62 Mules 75 .... Southwest Mo. State 68 Mules 83 .... Emporia State 78 Mules 90 .... Rockhurst 101 120 14 49 Bill Blanton Tom Boulch Bill DeBartol0 Jerry Dye iney Elkins ,Iohn Gibbs Jim Marsh Frank Parker Fred Regney Kent Wood w"Q,f'i: Coaches Gordon Mc-Farland and Duane Sterling 1-hor-k over the J. Vfs season schedule. qgwuw K Tom Bouleh goes high and gets his two points. 'iii Fred Regney pushes it over the rim to score for the Mules as Jlm Marsh gets set for a rebound. 121 Q HQ. Yes 'L rhnnors. i , gil' O Mule ii swim to a A Mule a 10-6 glassy, 'f0r,1h e seasdn, the if ' :A he 'event record stroke, and the 200-yard individual mvdley, a 0f2.16:2. Gene Brown, a,sophomure,,totallf5d 11916 points dur- wiiqglhv year and did a yeoman job afitiwc MIAA mee-t. Cu-c8p7 D21Y-CkNQ!blQ,Aji- St?l'liiQ?iV10llkkiC1:lIfilfff,'!'1z5Ili!t' firstsiinthe 200.yiaiYdi i the-200'iyard bite-aststmke fa svimul and punl rc:-ord at ' 2.i22:xbl', andma' secnndjn the ,100-yard brvaststroke- tunntlwr andy,iJQ0IV n1arkV aIflfQD4:4l. iTiuj55nther team r-aptain. Turn ih, A M1AKi200-yardiffiC'E'StyleGHCMS n-1-md of , X, .dp . ,,. . , ,W , fi, . 9 in X ,va Q7 ' --,ma V .i- I . i,1-W" LK.f . i 75.57-QQ and Lhey 500Qyardi frm- style. Harry Iivke-linan. Ilia, diver. vvbn the cunfevrence diving with 344.75 points. VSf6f3fh0'l'HlJI'9, Buck QU the L may , 1-Y: I My M925 N , .. wi if . , :QQHGYYV v m i W y Qi "-'i:,"' r,:.34 Q Q W vivi d i i I f A, , , f MWTYQ E . X Wi. Q LAW N, .ff in .ig ' 'AQ' 4712 , ""'t x W k . was . ' M Qfwwi' ,aw MDW -5 is Gene Brown, in free-style crawl, competes against St. Louis University. Bob Casey lakes a deep breath as he approaches the finish line. SCOREBOARD Mules 52 . . . . . St. Louis University 42 Mules 67 . . . . . Westminster 22 Mules 40 . . . . . Missouri University 55 Mules 63 . . . . . Washington University 82 Mules 63 . . . . . William Jewell 16 Mules 41 . . . . . Northwest Missouri State 54 Mules 74 . . . . . Washburn 2 1 Mules 59 . . . . . Wentworth 36 Mules 54 . . . . . Kemper 40 Mules 26 . . . . . Western Illinois University 69 Mules 77 . . . . . Iowa Wesleyan 16 Mules 72 . . . . . William Jewell 23 Mules 39 . . . . . Kansas State University 54 Mules 62 ...... Southwest Missouri State 3 1 Mules 375 .... Emporia State 57W Mules 52 ...... Park College 43 s , v Dave Noble takes off starting block of second leg of medley relay as Rich Holtz comes in forthe touch. Swim Team: frow onej Coach Tom Hairabedian,iHarry Eckelman, Richard Brown, Tom Camp- bell, Dave Noble, Garth Grove, Gene Besel. trow twol Gene Reagan, Ken Vogt, Bob Casey, Paul , Swafford, Rich Holtz, Rod Stuver, Don Chestnut, Gene Brown, Tom Hiatt, Assistant Coach Fred Redd. Coach Tom Hairabedian 123 : 'Wm Tennis five have a racket Coach Keith Lawrence's young netmen with the use of a balanced attack, posted a fine 7-l season and a third place at the conference meet. Playing in the top position for CWS, ,lim Ellison, a junior, compiled an individual mark of 5-3. Freshman ace, Bruce Nelson, broke into the college ranks with a 6-2 season mark. Bill Cook, Chuck Baldwin, and ,lack Taylor rounded out the last three positions, each with fine 7-1 marks. t Chuck Baldwin 124 Jim Ellison 5 Even though the Mules came in third at the Rolla meet, this squad placed higher than any CMS team in the last few years. ,lack Taylor, playing in the fifth position, took top honors to pace the Mules to the third place spot. The sea- son,s toughest match for Coach Lawrenceis squad was a heartbreaking 3-4 defeat to Emporia State at Emporia. Q 5 I S 1teg-sem:amw:aans1ai.wwm- -' - . . .. W Keith Lawrence Tennis Coavh , ML 2' Wm. - K 'ms K A xi "ei 4 1 Bruce Nelson 'N Q1 gf, w g, M I Jack Taylor lhi H , K KV', il ...VL T 1 A LWRQMH:-1 ft 125 .L t to t Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules M6- in 5 Q .Is a A ,, ,f fix "5 ' K' F ' 'q K t NZQ VI, , wa s ' as -rl . x . .. 6 .,: -f - H' - ' - f"4:HEii.:,1sy.gAg , . . .. , .,., V- 1 Maia? -W .w .:- 3. 1. mam ,fiswi Bill Cook SCOREBOARD 7 .... Southwest Missouri State 0 7 .... Southwest Missouri State 0 6 .... Northwest Missouri State 1 4 .... Northwest Missouri State 3 6 .... Lincoln University 1 6 .... Lincoln University 1 9 .... William Jewell 0 3 .... Emporia 4 -4.-glut fp Snow and rain brought Mules pre-season baseball practice to an early standstill this year. Due to the inclement weather, the first six games were canceled. Coach Bob Tompkins, in his first year at the helm, directed the team to a ll-9 season record. Carl Black, pitcher, ,Ioe Lawson, catcher, and Bill Green, third baseman, were the team's outstanding freshmen play- ers. Bill Green was voted by his teammates as "best playerii for the year. Green led the club with a total of 17 runs-bat- ted-in and three home runs, one of which cleared the Grover Park center field fence, a distance of 410 feet from home plate. ,loe Lawson, the club's leading hitter, ended the season with a .383 batting average and five doubles to his credit. Carl Black, the club's most consistent pitcher, chalked up 35 strikeouts in 36 innings while posting a 5-1 season mark. Other team members who contributed to the successful season were starting pitcher Bill Martin with an E.R.A. of 3.77, relief pitcher Al Nagel, shortstop Ford Fredrickson, left fielder Lonnie Schott, who had 23 hits, and second baseman, Marshall Bryan, who topped the club with a .984 fielding average and seven stolen bases. fa5,2"" V' Coach Bob Tompkins discusses a pitching change with hurler Don Richardson and catcher Joe Lawson. Mules 5 . . Mules 2 . . Mules 7 . . Mules 1 7 . . Mules 101 . Mules 14 . . Mules 5 . . Mules 12 . . Mules 2 . . Mules 0 . . . Missouri Valley . Missouri Valley . Rockhurst . Rockhurst . Southwest Missouri ,Southwest Missouri ,Northwest Missouri . Northwest Missouri . Emporia State . Emporia State SCOREBOARD State State State State Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules . . . Missouri Valley 4- Missouri Valley 1 Southwest Missouri State 6 Southwest Missouri State l 1 Emporia State 4 Emporia State 1 Parsons College 7 Parsons College 9 Parsons College 0 Parsons College 7 Catcher Joe Lawson lunges for a peg from the outfield. 9 B F ! 'N X X ll rc ci 'Q U bf it 'I P all-'Fi E, M , C s I . M ,,. Baseball Team: Qrow onel Bob Sagle, Bob Lange, Wayne Oetting, Ford Frederickson. Kenny Belko, Dick Schmidt. Dale Schlottach, Bill Green. lrow twol Joe Foster, Curt Beerman, ,loe Zurlo, Marshall Bryan, Bob N illa. joe Lawson. Don Chandler, Lonnie Schott, Russell Campbell- manager. Qrow threel Bill Kennedy, Bill Martin, Al Nagel, Keith Browne, John Montgomery, Don Richardson, Carl Black, Paul Patterson- assistant coach, Bob Tompkins-coacll. s a 1 . CMS cindermen track to new heights as squad takes conference third Six Mule' either collectively orsigngularly, broke five school records leading! t," itoi second and third places atiylfthe MIAA conference indoor outdoor meets. l S t i Mark Pittman, senior, broke the triple jump and the long jump CMS records with leaps of 46'-CMH' and 23'-KLM' at the conference outdoor meet. Pittman, the Mules' top-point 'winner and a fine sprinter, teamed up with .lim Thompson, Frank Smith, and Willie Weaver to set a new school 440-yard relay record of 41.7 at the Emporia State relays. This 440-yard relay squad also placed second at the Texas relays in the college division, running the course in 42.0. t Dave Wallsgcaptured the third place posiriqnyiny the shot-put in the freshman Texas relays with a 505-Ilkffftyoisys. Keith Hendrix, also a weightmafdfseteraschool mark of 51'-YM" ftsgfssreshot-put this season in the Uni.-M4 sity of Missoiiri- freshman meet. At tbeiMlAPicootdoor meet, Keith Browne rounded out the school record breakers by throwing the javelin 209,-9W" breaking the standing one by ten feet. e m 128 l Frank Smith hreaks the tape in the 100-yard dash: also in the race are Danny Jones and James Thompson. Track team: trow onel Frank Smith. Mark Pittman. Noori-lisphani Majtaba. Tom Santella. Don Welsli. l.yle Anderson. lrow twol Terry Cotter. Keith Hendrix. Larry Neil. ,lim Thompson. Cary Seavers. Dave Walls. trow threel Ron Stahl. .lean Cooper, .lan Cooper. Frank Pisciotta. Lamar Wardlaw, Willie W eaver. trow lourj Larry McBroom. Bill llryer. ,lohn Serivner, Cordon Gerber, Tom Sims. Harold llicklin, frow fivel Terry Galloway. Hoy Lawson, Ron Taylor, Terry Weaver. Mike Mel.ain. frow sixl Steve XX itkowski. James Wasl1ington.PaullJ'atch.frow seven! Ron Cillig. Sloan Taylor. Coach Floyd Walker encourages im cross-country runners. Don Spindle l and Ken Paxson. Keith Browne CMS javelin record Dick Maxwell Track Coach Keith Hendrix CMS shot-put record 129 Y Mark Pittman CMS triple jump and broad jump records if Dave Walls 3rd place. Texas relays aww 34 ie 'isiigiiaigiil Bill Graham picks up a single leg on a take down against Nl.lj.'s Ron Crubhs. Mule Grapplers tight Wa to a 13-4 record Mule grapplers this season threw their opponents all over the mat, running up a 13-4 season mark in dual meets. CMS also participated in two pre-season tournaments posting a second place squad victory at Graceland. ln post-season tournament action, the Mules competed in the MIAA conference meet on their home mat, and the NCAA College Division at Mankato, Minnesota. Coach Roger Denker's squad, consisting of three juniors, five sophomores, and two freshmen, wrestled their toughest meet against Southern lllinois University at Carbondale. The Salu- kis, one ofthe top ten teams in the nation in the university division, defeated the Mules 33-6. The Mules defeated Fort Hays State for the first time in its wrestling career: they ac- complished this feat twice, 19-14 and 19-11. Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules SCOREBOARD Missouri University Northwest Missouri State William Jewell Kansas University Fort Hays State Southwest Missouri State Southern Illinois Univ. Southeast Missouri State William Jewell Tarkio College Kansas State University Graceland College Fort Hays State Southeast Missouri State Southwest Missouri State Kansas University Tarkio College 11 24 0 5 14 6 53 16 9 19 17 18 11 13 11 3 3 Garry Givens works toward a fall in match with Jim Amos of Missouri Universitj lim Earle puts a near leg break down on Ric-ll Nic-Kenner of Missouri lfniversity S E Q l Wrestling Team: lrow ont-l lhne Smith. Heg1Coates.,1iin Earle. llohhy Cinvs. Buzz X1atson.1ini Cannon. lrow lwol Coaeli Roger 114-nker. Stew- 11ooz011.,lolin Culp. 1.uri'y Boozell. 5kip Watkins. Terry Klein. :Xssistant Coavli ,lorry 1,ore-nzini. Bill Taylor. lrow tlirm-I Dim-k 1'1llMll'I'.,1U111l 1"le1ning.1'l1il X1l'l1lIlH'. Cary Givens. liill Cralnnn. Nlike 15:-i'ger. Y Marty Cook. Coach Roger Denkvr Denker predicts bright outlook for 1967 During the season. Coach D:-nker reeeived some stanilout performanees from a young wrestling team composed ol' ju- ' niors, sophomores. and freshmen. Coax-h Denker is looking forward to having most ofthe team hack for the 1967 season. Outstanding grapplers were Bill Graham. Reg Coates. ,lim Earle, and Buzz Matson. Graham. a sophomore wrestling in the 1115 Class. pulled flown top team honors with 73 points and 9 falls. while chalkingr up a season rec-orml ol' 14-1. Coates. also a sophomore and a 167-pound grappler. posted a 14-1 mark. Earle, a tough 115-pound junior, compiled a 12-3 mark. and Matson. a junior at 152 pounds. ran up a 11-1-1 rec-ord. A couple of good freshmen who dotted Coach Ut-nker's squad were .lim Cannon. in the 123-pound class, and Cary Givens. wrestling in the 191-pound and heavyweight elasses. Uther team memhers inelude Holihy Gines. a sophomore at 130: Steve Booze-ll. a Y 7 sophomore at 1371 Dave Smith. a junior at 160: and Phil Mc- Cune, a sophomore at 177. , ,M 1, i 1' aaa 7 is ' t's.,,.., ..--"p Q. , K if 7 . ..,, . 'iff fiff' 7 131 .lim Earle rifles Daw Carney oljXKi11iani,1r-well. Bill llraham turns Wayne Marks ofW'il1iam Jewell ov:-r with a 1-ramlle Ll, f , .f V, M, .,gx,?5 g m5gas,:,2?- Q ' .. g HV' 1 'J -2' 1' " 2 ' 'f em? is GymnastS great physical form andskill In their second year of Q conlpete-fl in eleven compiling a 2-9 season few veterans lastic difficulties cut seven this ymnasts meets, soho s acuon. side on Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules 109.2 84.0 84.15 79.6 115.1 93.9 93.9 128.35 148.45 118.85 SCOREBOARD . . . Wichita University . . . Fort Hays State . . . Kansas University . . . Kansas University . . . Northeast Mo. State . . . New Mexico Univ. . . . Wichita University . . . Western Ill. Univ. . . . Northeast Mo. State . . . Fort Hays State 125.65 121.95 152.0 155.85 111.65 137.25 119.05 165.55 152.95 130.55 I 2 Y E I Gymnastics Team: lrow one? Frank Schaefer, Howard Dyer, John Roe. Larry Scott, Bob H . w t dj' Sh ffar, Pete Be e , Gale H ai il'n, B b Tur e Mike uttolro wx im a yr e vi o nr. Groh. Lrow threeb Wayne Wisbrock, Steve McClain, Terry Lacey, Bill Westoff. Bob Turner-scissors on a side horse john Roe - hand stand on sl ill rings Coach Mike Carter Wally Hadeed - planche on parallel bars Carol Parissfs ellort is rewarded as the score moves up again. Sarah Deshazer ignores the protests ofthe Central Methodist team as she shoots for two. Womenls sports clubs provide organization and recreation Nlany cluhs are sponsored in the Vt'omen's Physical Education Department to further develop interest in sports. The Dolphin Club, for those who enjoy synchronized swimming. planned all year for their annual show, '4Wet-Side Story." Orchesis, the newly activated dance club. performed for campus visitors on Parent's Day and presented a Christmas program at the College Union. ln the spring they gave a dance recital. Delta Psi Kappa. an honorary sorority for physical education majors. helps further the interest in sports among these future teachers. The Women's Recreation Association sponsored many intramural and extra- mural activities including an archery tournament and a state college basketball sportsday. This year they printed a new hand- hook. Active is the word for these clults and successful is the description ol' their well-planned sports programs. Carol Burger. .ludy Heitman, ,lane Brady. Jeanne Brochleman. Linda ,lo 134 , . M ,- wwf 4 L,Mg,' , ,mai . ,, .., H . - . 4 My Q, ,X ,'m,6w-r-wff .. 7 , A f on 4. 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' , Qf ' Z if . if ' N1 .. , . 2 9 f..?, , gqmxgs V I' ' Q -f iffy Yr . I ' if A -p Q- Q..-'M Q f ivy, . 'Q jf' Aug' 35 4. 4,2123 po- -?" ., rw x' 'CQM ...Qa- Q mf' 44 s A -ra as Q tg, m I E 2 B A if. L fl .N ...M . an-pw In W'omen's P.E. every student Wins somethin The Women's Physical Education Department offers many opportunities for the physical, mental, emotional, and social development of women students. Instruction is given in indi- vidual and dual sports, team sports, aquatics. rhythms, and gymnastics. The intramural and extramural programs provide tournaments and sports days in field hockey, volleyball, bas- ketball, softball, tennis, golf, archery, badminton, and bowling. The department also offers excellent opportunities to meet people and make friends in a recreational atmosphere. Girls learn to be good sports as well as good participants and to develop a healthy respect for the ability of others. Another important aim of the department is to instill in each woman student the necessity and desirability of being physically fit. The Physical Education division presents a variety of sports for the full development of a well-rounded individual. ' fw' The girls plan their return as tht birdie drops t. w . " rs , -- ' MSR sf iw' " Ready, aim, fire! 136 "N-.., V- uv-.. . ,fn YW Soccer is a game for girls on the go. 'H Q 'K iw WW iiwv 'Q Ipv Rosie Sparks makes a very accurate and attractive Robin Hood. A well-delivered serve deserves a well-placed return. 137 fr Students and faculty and administrators are the college. They are those who remember. Class- rooms. They are the memories. Remember . . . a paneled office in the Ad Building . . . a stately house shielded from Holden Street by a circular drive . . . a conference room . . . a Board to effect policy . . . to promote high ideals . . . Teaching . . . facing a class of uninterested students in a gen- eral ed course . . . challenging their conclusions . . . IBM tests . . . despair over a lost grade book the week before finals . . . sponsoring activities . . . a feeling of satisfaction, and a twinge of age at being asked to chaperone a dance . . . writing lectures . . . typing a dissertation . . . bowling leagues . . . A mass of students . . . disgust over a chairless Union . . . seven minutes from third floor Dockery to third floor Wood-Martin . . . sitting in the front row to stay awake . . . or the back row to sleep . . . new tests . . . and old ones . . . a world civ class by television . . . Dorm life . . . try- ing to get a phone line at 7:00 . . . a lack of privacy . . . the warmth of friends . . . cramming for finals . . . standard equipment-a percolator and an ashtray . . . an ever-packed wastebasket . . . R.A.'s . . . signing out . . . opening a grade report . . . apathy . . . discouragement . . . pride. The largest number of faculty and students must have stored away the longest list of memories. President Warren li. l,ovinger lnccts with the Board of Regents: Leland Raytowng Warren C. Lovinger, CMS Presirlentg Mrs. Sinclair Gottlieb, Culp, Vvarrf-nsburg: Byron Constance, lndependenceg Joe Herndon, Jefferson Cityg John ll. Ryan, Sedaliag W. L. Simpson, Holden. Board and Cabinet assist president in making decisions A bipartisan board, the Board of Regents governs Central Missouri State College. Of its six members, three are from each major political party and are appointed by the governor of Missouri, Warren E. Hearnes, and con- firmed by the Senate. The appointed members serve six-year terms and are l eligible for reappointment. The board appoints the president ofthe college who serves as the chief executive officer. , Huber' Wheeler , Lommlssloner of Education 1 5 Warren E. Hearnes Governor of Missouri 140 , Touring the new Student Health Center. the Board ol Regents stops to make inspections. The Administrative Cabinet advises President Lovinger: Dr. N1 erville President Lovinger. Dean D. Wi. Tieszen, Dean Nlarion S. Sehott. Dr held Meverden, Dr. Tom Edmunds, Dr. llarold Young, Dean lrvin Peters. llempl1ill,Dean WHO. Hampton. The Administrative Cabinet of Central Missouri State College, a policy-recommending body, meets with the president ofthe college, Warren C. Lovinger. The cabinet, as a group, discusses administrative problems and makes recom- mendations on them. President Lovinger serves as the presiding officer and Dr. Tom Edmunds, assistant to the president, serves as secretary. The cabinet members are: Dr. W. O. Hampton, Dean of Student Personnelg lrvin L. Peters, Dean of Administrationg Dr. Marion S. Schott. Dean of Teacher Education, Dr. D. W. Tieszen, Dean of lnstructiong Dr. Reid Hemphill, Director of Grad- uate Studiesg Dr. Merville Meverden, Director of the Physical Plant, and Dr. Harold L. Young, Director of Field Services. 141 dministrators devote time to student interests Administrators who serve: Dean of Administration . . . administrative assist- ant to the President . . . Dean of instruction . . . coordinates work of academ- ic divisions Dean of Student Personnel responsible for student in-class and out-of-class activities . . . Director of Field Services . . . aids in public relations . . . Dean of Teacher Education . . . directs student teaching program . . . Dean of Graduate School . . . administers the graduate program . . . Director of Physical Plant . . , maintains physical plant, buildings. and grounds . . . Assistant to the President . . . assists in the coordination of college divisions . . . Director of Placement and Alumni Relations . . . aids students seeking jobs and informs alumni of college activities ...A A ssistant Director of Field Services . . . assists in the organization of various field and 1 Public services . . . Dean of Nlen . . . advises men students in their activities gf- gPidTliif:'?Pg'lllihlliafmfflfiE?giiEi1nSffll'xEt . . .Dean of Women. . . counsels and guides women students. ' ' N i 4 5 i A I 0' ,, , at 'ai A 1 A "W-ca 'R Dr. Merville Heverden. Director of the Physical Plant. and Dean lrvin L. Peters, Dean of Administration, confer on the construction of a new dorm. Dr. VN . U. Hampton, Dean of Student Personnel. encourages student support of college activities. Dr. Harold Young, Director of Field Services, and Dr. Tom Edmunds. 142 Assistant to the President, look over program plans. if f 2 9' Marion S. Schntt,Dean Of-Tf?3Ch6I'EdUCE1liUH,diS' cuss coordinating avtivities fur the yvur, in x 4 Dr. Hollis c:hLlllllliSI, Dean of Nlvn. leavvs for am advisory IIlQ'l'liIlQ.'C with tlu' IFC. 143 .1-vi! -f 7 XXUIIIPII. I'l'lllI'IlS lu lu-r uffim- ilfltll Illvixiiflgl wilh lln- ANN S. Dr. Irl llladfelie-r. llirectur uf PldCt'Illl'l11 and Alumni. take-s time lblll from a busy SC'hl'lilll1'. ll:-an Fluy 'l'iIllIIlI'I'IIli1I1. U1-un ui SGA promotes Viet-Nam in year's activities The Student Government Association, through its officers and representatives, elected by the student body, met students, governmental problems and sponsored pro- grams and special events. Another phase of student gov- ernment which encouraged greater understanding be- tween student organizations and administration is the President's Council, appointed by the SGA President. This year SGA planned Homecoming, sponsored the CEMO contest, brought Roger Miller and the Andy Wil- liams' Good Time Singers to the CMS campus, sponsored the RHETOR Ball, headed a blood drive for Viet-Nam, and worked in conjunction with Gamma Delta Lutheran group in sending a g'Va1entine for Viet-Nam." RHETOR Ball plans are made by SGA leaders: Bill Gepford, vice president: ,lack Bozarth. president: and Gary Clark, speaker of the senate. The President's Council: Bryant McNiece, Julie Shotwell, Bill Gepford, Gary Clark, President Warren C. Lovinger, Jack Bozarth, Bob Park, Robert Neely, Diane Momberg, and Gale Heaivilin. 1 fn 1 FIRST CLASS, A "Valentine for Viet-Nam" from CMS students is sent via TWA for Mis- souri's U. S. Senator Stuart Symington to meet in Baltimore, Maryland, and put on a State Department plane to go to Saigon. There, Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge presented the valentine with 6,000 CMS students' signatures to Premier Ky. 144 WM., K me .. A i Nurses console several of the 1,000 CMS students who do- nated blood to U.S. service men fighting in Southeast Asia. Mrs. Floy Timmertnan, dean of women, and Mrs. Mary Mayfield, assistant dean of women, gather in Mrs. Mayfield's office with AWS officers: corresponding secretary. Linda Brown: president, Judy Shull: recording secretary, Betty Sehieni: first vice president, Kathy Bell: second vice president, Jennifer Clay: and treasurer, Julie Shotwell. WS sponsors preview for lamour contest The Association of Women Students includes every woman who is enrolled at CMS. The purpose of AWS is to regulate all matters pertaining to the welfare of women students, to unify the women students, to provide op- portunities for leadership, to invest a sense of individual responsibility, and to create and maintain high standards forthe women students at CMS. Under the leadership of President Judy Shull, the AWS sponsored dormi- tory Christmas teas and open house. a holiday door-decoration contest, a penny night with proceeds going to the March of Dimes, and the Best- Limiu Burton, Sigma Sigma Sigma. Dressed Girl Contest, in which 25 girls vied for the title of CMS's best- dressed girl and the opportunity to compete in the national contest spon- sored by GLAMOUR magazine. The judges chose ten finalists and the poses as the Best-Dressed Girl. winner on the basis of an interview and overall appearance. Q" V A ' " " ' , life? Best-dressed women at CMS: Linda Harris. Adrienne Long, Jeanie Bockelman, Bonnie Hoffman, Linda Burton. Kathy McCabe, Nancy Watts, Jennie Bender. Linda Butler. Robin Heade-cker. and Vivian Rowles. 145 Closed-circuit T and ICTEP tigggv - - - 23.3 -' - mnovate classroom sltuatlons - - c - Television lectures for early world and modern world civilization classes began this fall on the CMS campus. Lectures are given by Dr. R. Leslie Anders for early world and by Dr. Byron S. Stewart for modern world classes. Ten graduate assistants hold classroom dis- cussions and give quizzes. With this new system, about 3,000 students can be handled in each of the two sections. The lectures of about 45 minutes are viewed two days a week with one day for discussion and testing. Facilities for closed-circuit television are provided in the Central Elementary School so that programs may orginate or be received in each classroom, the music room, the art room, or the multi-purpose room. The cameras and other necessary equipment are portable and may be placed in the rooms or used in a studio. Thus, regular class- room work and special demonstrations may be transmitted to large groups in the studio or the multi-purpose room, allowing students to observe pupil behavior and classroom activities. V 5 J' A close watch is kept inthe control room. Grade school classes are observed through closed-circuit TV. 14-6 2 - ' S H , t l ' Dr. Roy Stubbs clarifies a point in a history class. ICTEP, the lnner City Teacher Education Project, was awarded the American Association of Colleges for Teaching Education's highest award for teacher education. The program is a combination of general teaching methods and materials, tests and measurements, school admin- istration, and social problems, oriented toward the enviroment found in "inner-cities" existing in urban areas. Winter term. ICTICP began a professional block program-an entire schedule or a certain block of professional education courses to be taken during the term immediately prior to teaching in the ICTEP. The pro- gram, open only to education majors, offers professional teaching courses taught in relationship with one another based on education foundations. Students of the block program are instructed the entire day in one area where lectures, films, labs, and discussions continue uninterrupted until completed. L ' if At the console. Mr. Wvillliam Johnson lis- tens in on his French students. l""lll 'li 'L.llll8'LlL5i1,ggj U91 Op-4,1 ' W? .,. A37 1 Muna, I ,.,.,,.,--sh., An ICTEP student practice teaches in an inner-city school. 147 New facilities and experiences educate students for service Three million dollars have been allotted through state and federal funds to construct a new, four-story science building at CMS. The stone and concrete structure. with 149,000 square feet of floor space, will house 23 classrooms, 56 offices, and 36 laboratories. ln addition there will be a visual aids room, a science library, and numerous storage rooms. At the north end of the structure will be an amphitheater-type multi-purpose auditorium which will seat nearly 550 persons. Plans include a large screen on stage which will receive television images of experiments and demonstrations being conducted on the floor level at the front of thc audience. Throughout the air-conditioned building there will be closed circuittelevisionfacilities. The new building, the thirty-third major-sized building on the campus. will extend some 300 feet along College Avenue and will complete the "quadrangle" of thc main campus. nynvf Xxx...-f" On a field trip at Pertle, the camp leader ship class trys outdoor cooking. Federal and state funds will finance this new S3 million science building. A I-hr-migrry experiment entrances, Dr. Sam llcwitt further explains his botany lecture with examples in the greenhouse. 148 With a live model, art students get pratice in figure drawing. Students indulge in education ln addition to just reading and studying text books, students in art, home economics, and business practice what they learn. Art students work in a drawing studio, an art theater, a lithography studio, or an art educa- tion labortory- depending on their interest in fine arts, art education, or commercial art. Home economics students live in Richards Hall, the home management house, for one quarter, and may study vocational home eco- nomics, textiles and clothing, dietics, or food and nutrition. One-year, two-year, and four-year business programs are offered to educate students in marketing, general business, secretarial sci- ence, business education, or accounting. Stu- dents get their practical practice on office machines in Dockery classrooms. 149 Miss Kathryn Baker makes suggestions to her typing students Use of calculators in office machines class is taught by Mr. Olin Frazier. t .- FINAL New additions to the librar increase facilities for students Change has been the keynote this year at the Ward lfdwards Library. ln the spring of l964 a library expansion program. which included the addition of two new wings, was initiated. The northwest wing offers student additional bookshelves, study tables, storage space, and classrooms. Desks and chairs for 250 private study tables and shelving for 30,000 books compose the furnishings on the wingls third and fourth floors. Government documents and two classrooms for courses in library science make up the facilities on the main floor. Textbook storage comprises the ground floor. The newly finished west wing provides additional space for the college archives, a rare book room, a microfilm vault, and office space. ln addition to the extra space and facilities offered by the new wings, other changes have been made for the convenience of CMS students. Library hours have been extended until 10:30 p.m. seven nights a week, and the open stack system was introduced for the first time this year. All changes might not be completed yet. however. According to Dr. Clarence Ford. Director of Library Services. an additional wing has been proposed for the near future. 150 5 .1 , t rw ,N G A student looks forjust the right in formation for his term paper. ilul1sll'l1c'Iim1 'llltl I'Pllltlll?llll"' lfixe A LL" P A the lilirziry Ll new lunlx lmlll inside Qf AA and nutsiile. A new planter ul llle elllrunce and tlle new reeeptinn desk for elleck out llI'UK'6llllI'f'S are X only part ul' the I'Q'l1llDlll'lll1g interior. Axglqk I ef i With the addition HlwlW01lPXN wings. L, e ex error con ras s IC on wi 1 ..,, .A ih r 1 1 rl li tl 2" 2 -"-' the new. ...- M J, Open star-ks allow students In find and 151 Long hnurs of study in the library develop Rc-Search calls for a Search through the cullevr their uwn references. eye Strain. card catalog. Residence Center meets the demands of growth The lndependence Residence Center opened in Septem- ber, 1959, with 77 students enrolled in the nine classes offered. From this modest beginning, a pattern of constant growth emerged with the fall enrollments illustrating this dramatically-189 students in 1960 and 346 in 1961. Sep- tember, 1965, revealed an enrollment of 1,500 students. Yearly allocations from the operating budget of the Resi- dence Center come wholly from the fees of students enrolled. The Center, housed in an attractive building with a phys- ical plant valued at approximately i1B1,000,000, is located adjacent to the Harry S. Truman Library. Facilities consist of 20 modern classrooms and laboratories, a library of ten thousand volumes, faculty and administrative offices, and a physical education area. The permanent teaching staff is supplemented each term by 25 to 30 part-time instructors from the Warrensburg campus and the local area. Until September, 1965, Dr. Tom Edmonds had been co- ordinator of the Center. He was relieved of his post to become assistant to the president of CMS. Ur. Charles Wilson now directs the program. 'NR' J Ur. Charles NN ilson plans fall activities with SGA representatives Chclnistry students prf-pare fur an experiment. Students 4-njoy an evening away from their bm-ks at thc Chrislnlas formal. lub expvrinwnts supplenwnl lfwturcs and Iextbemk PK Faeult attends teas and reeeptlons Central Missouri State's faculty sponsored a variety of social functions during the 1965-66 school year. Each month two faculty coffees, sponsored by academic divisions, were held in the College Union. Each academic division also sponsored a monthly activity for the faculty and their families. such group sings, folk sings, square dances, card parties, picnics, fun nights, potluck suppers, and teas. Highlights ofthe year were the presidenfs re- ception held in the Union ballroom on Septem- ber 12, and the faculty Christmas tea given by President and Mrs. Warren C. Lovinger on December 12. lfaculty II1E'lllllt'FH attend the Christ- mas tea at the college residence. lnstruttors meet at an academic division coffee. all nwf11s4emn-,sns.,Q,f,s' -fr-f ,es A ,m , ..,,. x ,wi - -,gs il is :-F .g Nm , New , H ig I' ' :iii 5 an if 2 F . , ,M 4... 1 ..,. - ,,,. ,,.i .- ,,.. ..,. ,,.-M, , .. . t - --. nr,- fr -r 'f ls V: f nf is Egfr -'ISV , ., S , A V .. . 7 s- ,:.:..:,, ' .. 7. .e 521,67 , t -Q ' ' N ,. a f, it 5-eg-1, x .S ,- " A N xii if 4 , 4 52,1 L gg 5 A A is 51:37?'Q:'ii,fi ? ,f?f'f7'f 5555 :ff ig fgfri-isa-i-fig' we dl a 4 ' V Q. ig : ". 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PAUL Ac-ade-lnic Advisor BREWTNGTON, WILLIAM Counsvlor BROOKS, EDITH Music' BROOKSHIER, DORIS Library BROWN, CLAUDE Matin-matics BROWN, MARGARET Avade-mir Advisor BUFFINCTON, DONALD A i BIIRNETT, WILLIAM Data l'rnct'ssing BURNETFE, WALTER Matin-matics BURNS, REX English BURNS, THOMAS English CALLAWAY, ELIZABETH Foreign Languagr CARLSON, TERRY Sociology CARTER, MYRON Pliysic-al Fd. CASADY, CARMIE Business CASTANER, DAVID Biology CASTLE, CONAN Musit' CHALQUIST, HOLLIS De-an of NI:-n CHRISTOPHER, S'l'l'1l,LA Library CHURCH, KENNETH Pllysival Ed. CLARDY, BETTY English CLEVELAND, WAYNE Ts-sling Bureau CLOTHIER, GRANT Education COATS, GRACE Acad:-mir Advisor COLBERT, BARBARA Math:-matics COLEMAN, RUSS Music- Facult : Cra-Gib CRAIG, BERNIECE English CRAVEN, SHERRALYN Nlnlhc-inatics CREIGHTON, WILDA liusinvss CROCKETT, JOHN Smwial Ss-ir-ncc CULP, GERAL Avudf-riiic Advisor CULP, ROBERT Cnunsf-ling Cenlf-r DAYIES, MARION Nlusir- DAVILA, GUILLERMO Law Enforcement DAVIS, CHARLES English DEE, WILLIAM Sm-i.il Sci:-nce DEKORTE, MARC Iillsiiiz-ss DELANEY, BERNICE Iinglish IIEL CASTILLO, EDIYARDO I-'un-ign Languagff DENHAM, EDWARD I'f4ixiv.i1irm DENKER, ROGER I'l1uic'aiI-ld. 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IRI, Placcrnent-Alumni GODFREY, ANITA Education GODFREY, ERWINA Social Science GOETZ, ROBERT Industrial Arts GOWER, ALICE Library , GRAVES, THOMAS Spccch GRAYBILL, ROBERT English GREEF, ROBERT English GREGORY, JOHN Speech GRIMES, ROBERT Data Proccssing GRIMES, WILLIAM Mathematics HAIRABEDIAN, THOMAS Physical Ed. HALDIMAN, CARL Education HAMPTON, HOMER Mathematics HAMPTON, W. O. Dean of Students HARRIMAN, VERNON Chemistry HART, RALPH Music HAWKSLEY, OSCAR Biology HEINZE, CARL Political Science HEMPHILL, REID Graduate Studies HENDERSON,-VAITGHAN Business HENTZEL, DAVID Economics HERRICK, SALLY Library HEWI'IT, SAM Biology HEYTMAN, JOHN Social Science HIBDON, HOWARD Geography HIGHLANDER, JAMES Speech HILL, EUGENE Education HINERMAN, CHARLES Mathematics HODUSKI, BERNADINE Library HOFFMAN, BARBARA History HOLLAND, CARRIE Physical Ed. HOLLAND, CHESTER Physical Science HOLLIS, HAROLD Physical Sc-it-ncc HOMAN, FREDERICK Music HONEYWELL, CHARLES Audiofvisual HOOKER, JAMES Law Enforcement HOPKINS, BERTIIA Education HOPPING, JOE Chemistry HORINE, JOHN Industrial Arts HORTON, AGNES History HUDSON, JAMES Education HUNZIKER, ESTALINE Home Economics Faculty: Hut-MCC HUTCHERSON, CURTIS Sur-ial Scirrive- ' , ISOM, VERNON ' Industrial Arts j JACKSON, DAVID ., .. AX- t'ina..fwi,.l Aids . 'W JASENOVIC, LUDMILLA A----+ :El ' qi 'i l"orc-ign l.arigu.ig:e- V, M xx ,I JENKINS, MEL mm 'A 5fvfQfjQ2QE Plmtngrapliy ,L ,VVKKL t ' JENT, CLAY , ,'. 1 ' 'il l'icluc'uti1m I , '-':v JOHN, MARY ' A - I, A ff l'i1ll1r'atinn 1 "-' ' JOHNSON , LARRY f ' "'L 'i ,L ., Nlallwmulis-s 72? L, f JOHNSON, MARGARET I ' '3 I a t ' ,. W 'f A Fort-ign Language' Q 1 'tg ,L ,li JOHNSON, WILLIAM ,,,, t"""" 1 5 'E " l"urvigii l.angu.ag1- . AQ, JONES. ROBERT A 9 ,gg English qw W fl ii' JORGENSEN, ROY lirliit-alimi JU'l'I'EN, .IESSIE Plnysic-al lid. 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Business St-cr:-tary MUDD, BILLY Education MYERS, RICHARD Biulugy NAHM, LAURA Biology NEALE, EARL Education NELSON, DALE Education NICKELS, CAMERON English NORTH, WILLARD Data Processing NORTON, ARTHUR Business PARK, RAYMOND Music PATTERSON, FRANK English PEARCE, CLARENCE Agriculture- PENNELL, JAMES Physical Ed. PETERS, IRVIN Dean of Admin. PHILLIPS, PATRICIA Nursing PIBEL, DAVID Social Sf'ictt0z' PIERCE, GLENN Spx-'rch PITTMAN, RILEY Snciology PLIJNK, DOLORES Physical Ed. PORTERFIELD, CHARLES Speech POWELL, ELWIN Speech PREUSS, ANNE Education PURCELL, JAMES English QUIMBY, MILFORD Agriculture QUINN, REBECCA Physical Ed. RANSON, KATHLEEN Education RATLIFF, DICK Political Scif-nr-c RAYMOND, PATRICIA English RICKMAN, C. W. Phsycial Scif-nr-e RICKMAN, JON Computer Ct-nte-r RICKS, BEATRICE English RUBOLD, FLOYD Education RIETBROCK, FRED Education RIGCS, VIRGIL Chemistry RIMERMAN, MARVIN Speech ROBB, KENNETH Physical Ed. ROBERSON, AMMON Music ROBERTS, RONALD Business ROGERS, MICHAEL Music Faculty: Roh-Ter ROHRBACK, MARILYN Education ROMO. ALBERTO Foreign Languagc ROSENBIQSH, MICHAE Foreign Languagt- RUNYON, EVELYN journalism RUSH, ERNEST Education RUSSELL, JACK Acad:-mir' Advisor SADLER, PHILIP Education SAMPLE, GEORGE Art SANDY, CHARLES English SARGIS, ALBERT Sociology SAVERY, HARRY Biology SCHMIDT, MARILYN Speech SI1H0'l'I', MARION Education SCHWALJE, DONALD Business SIIHWETMAN, JOHN English SCOTT, MARY English SEELEY, ROBERT Chemistry SEWELL, GEORGIA llomt- Economics SHEEHAN. R. M. Business SHIPP, ROBERT Health Center SHIRLEY, TODD Education SHOCKEY, ELEANOR Music SHULTZ, LEWIS Academic Advisor SIMS, EYELYN J fl SISSON, HULL Lihrary SMITH, CHARLES Physical Ed. SMITH, MILDRED Ynrsing SMITH, PATRICK English SPARLING, WILLIAM Business SPILLMAN, WESLEY Soc-ial Science STANTON, WILLIAM Library STERLING, DUANE Physical Ed. STERNE, LUCAS Business STEWART, BYRON Social Science STEWART, ROBERT Music STOCK, BARBARA Nursing STOUT, CHESTER Library STOUT, JACK English STUBBS, ROY Soi-ial Science STUMPFF, KEITH Nlatln-rnatit-s STURCKEN, JOHNYE English STURCIS, IRIS Etlut'ation SWANK, THERON Audio-visual SWISHER, JAMES History TAYLOR, VELMA English TAYLOR, VERNON Sp:-e-ch TEGHTMEYER, LEO Physical Ed. TER KEURST, ARTHUR Education 914. A iic, as A wists! at f ar i, it I. T . -ng r 'za "Nazi uh... f .- zfaasisassf I I 1 sfistit-H.. 11f I mfs, I - eh M 6 g S , ti j fimwz 5 931339 if 2? fhifisf ... 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WHITESIDE, LOWELI, Education WILBORN, THOMAS Social Sci:-ncc WILKEY, HARRY Economics WILLIAMS, HUGH Music WILLIAMSON, RAYMOND Education WILLS, VERNON Education WILSON, CHARLES Field Svrvirt' WILSON, ERNEST Industrial Arts WILSON, HAROLD Education WILSON, W"ALLACE Education YINGER, HAROLD Physical Ed, YOUNG, FLORENCE Physical Ed. YOUNG, HAROLD Field Scrvicz- YlfNG, ELDON Industrial Arts Seniors: Ach-Bal ACHAUER, ANN: Warrensburg, ACHELPOHI., BEV- I-ZRLY. ACKERMAN, PATRICIA, Hogard, Elcnn-litary Erlut-ation, Aphpa Gamma Delta, SNICA, Prcxy llluh, Sm-ce n-tarial Scicncv tfluh, Vvesley. ADAIR, SANDY, Marshall, English, Sigma Kappa, l'anhellf-nic Council, SNEA. Student lniun Cunnnittt-1-, Clmrus. ADAMS, ROBERT. ADDLEIYIAN, CHARLES, Archiv, lflt-lncntary Education, SNEL Young IJ:-inm-rats, Alpha Chi Epsilon, ADKINS, I-ILSIE. AHLE, DOROTHY, lfurdvr, Secrctarial Scit'm'e, 'Xlpha Omicmn Pi, Secretarial Scivnct- Club, Student l ninn Ilurnrniltcv, Phi Beta Lambda. AHMANN, ALBERT, lnrlcpcndenct-, Political Science. tlusnuqmlitan Club, Pcnple- tuf People. ALDRIDGE, RONALD. ALLEN, ANITAQ lxn-vb No-tvr. lil:-rmfniarx lidut-alinn, SNICI. Stuclrnt lniun lffnninittvn-. l'vuplt--ttV-Peuplz-, Xrlull I-Idtu-ation Project. ALLEN, JO ANN. ALLEY, LEE. AL- LISON, LEE. SL'I'ERGO'I'I', LINDA, Kansas City, Ele- mt-ntary Education. AMUR, HERBERT. ANDERSON, BURNE'I'I'A. AN- DERSON, ,Il'DY. ANDERSON,Jl'LIA. ANGEI.,MARY. ANSON, GERALD. APPRILL, DENNIS. APPRILL, LARRY. ASHER, JAMES. ATKINSON, LARRY. AUSTIN, DIANNEg Warrensburg, Elementary Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, SNEA, IQMOC Queen Candidate. AUS- TIN, KATHY: Tina. Dietetics, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Culhe- con, AWS Assembly. Student Ifniun Committee. BACA, EDWARD. BADAWI, MUIN. BAELLOW, DAVID, Kansas City, English, English Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Can- terbury Club. Jewish Student Group, Russian Club, KCMW- FM. BAETII, RONALD. BAILEY, JOHN, Kansas City, I'hyf sic-al Education. Physical Educators Club, Young Re-puhlicans. BAKE, EVERE'I'I'g Independence, Biology, Sigma Tau Gamma, Outing Club, SNI-IA, BAKER, JOHN. BAKER, MARILEE, Ellenshurg, Wash., Elementary Erlucatinn, Alpha l'hi Delta, SNICA. BAKER, RONNIE. BAKER, YVONNEg Kansas City, Speech Therapy. BALDWIN, CHARLES. BALDWIN, GARY. BALL, NADINE. ra its Yr . '4- Q -W4 3 3 . . +1 M4959 onus ll 'Q QM H -.yi 8 . 3? xg ! A f mir. . , , i 6 jg ii.. H o W . W 9 . A 6 X a Q sl ' ' Q V L 6 C I Y' mai ,, ,-of If il V HQ Q 3 lg. Wit! wg ARM wang F u at I ff an SW' mfr I '.., , V S-,,, ii, . at b J W ' -V.: " .. n. -. . - .1-ww-:.n -2... .521-begs- u Q. A :ISE 5 '-fu.. 51155 . Sk, 'w.,,.. gy. f -Q, :..,K,7, iz 'HF 3 . .T HQ. W, ee-:ff-lfm',.wzwaiL.1wff ' mg. 1.3 wb all ,.., .M " S -,. M ag , . t 3,2 Ei X5 ,Q e .Q 'Ui as - I W.. V iiikv ' J . .kr 1i7':,113iXkizn' il '..,3.,,g1.-:.:, A Wg-s,,.,V -5 H- . f?e?ffff?f.f,:5f': , , -az-z...i,..,,M .ff f-ri A23 .1-f Q in .es tk .ar 3 . , , ,:,,sq 45 . A .f -A-er '::'I,.E.a:is..: fL. g"'f" - it i. vi W 4 if ER t 1 Si d S A P QA, 7 :. 5- .kv Viyl , . J. Q52 -x"xQ2 mt gf, ma M 163 , Seniors: Bal-Big BALI., SHARON. BANNISTER, DENNIS. BARKER, GUY, Uiln-ssa, lilvnu-nlary Kiln:-ation, Phi Sigma I-lpfilon, SNICA. Assoc. for llhildhood lid., YoungD1-mo1-rats.BARK- ER, JUDI, Butler, Eh-inenlary Education, Alpha llannna Della, NNE.-X. -Kwon-. for lfhililhood Ed.. Wrfalvy, llhorus BARNER, FRANK. BARNES, WESLEY. BARNETT, EDDY. BAR- NETT, UEI.. BARRON. JAMES. BARRON, JUIIN. BARRY, ROBERT, Sl. l.oui-, Psyvliology, Psyrhology Clulv, Ki-ligious l.il'r- lfouni'il,ll1llnlna Delta, BARTH, W'II.- BER. BARTLE'I'I', CINDY, Kansas City, Eh-rnentary Kiln- calion, SNEA. Assoc. for llhihlhooml Ed., I oung Republicans. Stud:-nl l nion lloinmittee, Pi-1,ple--to-People, Rh:-tor. History Club. Human Rvlalions llonnniltee-. BASHAM, JAMES. BATES, JON, Nlpha Kappa l.amlnla, English llluh, SANI. BA'I'I'I.ES, GEORGE. BALCUM, LARRY, Raytown, Phyait-al Education, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phyfival Eilurulois Cluh, M Club, Foolhull Leltvr. BAUER, ROBERT. BAU- MAN, HARRY, Illuc' Springs, Sovial Slulliri. BAUMGAR- DEN, NORMAN. BAYSINGER, ROBERT. BEARD, JOHNNIE. BEATY, JOSEPH. BECKEILTHOMAS. BEEBE, DON. BEER, WAYNE. BEISLEY, JANICE, Nm-vada, Nnrxingz. Alpha Lambda IJ:-Ita, Alpha Phi Delta, Bela lim-la Beta, Assom-, lior llhihlhood l'frl,, Nursing lIlulm. BEISSENHERZ, NAN. BELKO, KEN. BELL, Jl'DITH. BELL, KATHY. BELLERSON, DAVID. BELLUCHI, LINDA. BENNE'I'I', MARTHA, Kansas lilly, Elementary Education, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Dolphins, SNEA, Assoc. for Childhood Ed,, SCA Senate, SCA Executive Council, SGA Honor Key, Dormitory Officer: Houls-Hoaey. BERSAND, KENNETH. BEYI-IR, PETE, Kansas llilv, flicks-lie-Q, Alpha Kappa Lamlula, Pre-xy llluh, Stud:-nl l nion Cabin:-I, Student I nion Conimiltee, Swimming Leu:-r. Dormitory Ufliit-or: Phillips- Oshornf-. BIEBER, MICHAEL, Boonville, Agris-ulluri-, Agrivullure lfluli. Pri-xy lllull. BIEBERLY, DARRELL, Slate-r, .Xc'counting. Alpha Phi Sigma, 'Xt-i-ounling lilnh, BIERMAN, JANET, Sl. louis. English. SNE.-X. English lfluh, Dormitory Ollie-e-r: Nic-lu-non, Rhf-lor llamlidan-, 1963. BIGPlI.0W, EI.LIO'I'f, llllillicolllv, Plllrlic' Relations, Puhlit- llvlation- Soi-in-ty, llvrlnun llluh. C I Senlorsz B11-BIO BILL, WAYNE. BIRKENESS, DONg Excelsior Springs, Marketing, Alpha Kappa Lambda, SAM, Wesley. BLACK, SHERYL. BLACKWELL, LAWRENCE. BLACKWELL, ROBERT. BLACKWOOD, WILLIAM. BLENDER, PHILLIP. BLUHM, OPAL. BOATRIGHT, KAREN. BOCK, CHARLES. BOCKELMAN. JEANIEg Coneordia, Physical Education, -'llpha Gamma D4-lla, Orc-he-sis, SN!-IA.l'l-1NlClub, WHA. Phi Br-Ia Lambda, Studs-nl l'nion Committee. BOCKELMAN, MARENEQ I ersaille-s, Business Eduvation, SNEA, Phil Beta Lambda. Dormitory Oiiiver: North Hail. Chorus. BOEI-IM, BARBARA. BOGILESS, SI'IARONg Webster Crow-s, So- :-ial Studies, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pztiiiit-lit-nic Counvil, Dol- phins, SNEA. Nlode-rn Foreign Language Cluh, l'rexy Club, Social Srienvt' Cluh, l't'ople-to-l'e-oplv. BOGUE, RICH- ARD. BOHN, ROBERT. BOLLES. JAMES. BOOTH, DAN. BORCHERDING. ANNq Odessa. Secretarial St-if-nee. BOREN, BOB: lmlepemlenev, Business Administration, Sigma Pi. SKI A. Liahona, BORER. DONNA. BOSW'ELI., SHARONg Raylown, Special Education, Alpha Sigma Alpha. industrial Arts Club, SNE.-X. Assoc. for Childhood Ed., SCA Sz-nate, AWS Assent- hly. Student lnion Committee. BOWWIAN. DICKQ Lyons, Kams.. lnterfrutt-rnity Council, Beta Alpha, Young Demoerats. Dormitory Offic-er: l'hillips-Osborne, Student lfnion Commit- tt-t-. People-twI'eoplt'. RHETOR. Alpha Chi Epsilon. BOW- MAN. TONY. BOZARTH, JACKg Raytown. History. Tau Kappa Epsilon. lntt-rfraternity Counvii. Prexy Cluh, Soc-ial Sei:-net' Club. l'ironomir's Club. SG-I St-nate, SGA Exevutive Council. Student Suprz-me Court. BRACKMAN, RUSSELL. BRADLEYJAMES. BRADY, CHARLES. BRAKSUE, SELIESA. BRANDT, AN- DREW. BRASSER, WAYNE. BRASWELL, SALLYg Kansas City. Sociology, Sigma Kappa. Alpha Phi Delta. Student lnion Committe. Soi-iology Club. BRATCHER, HAROLDQ Lih- wrly. Art, Sigma l'i. liz-la -Xlpha, SNE.-X. SCA Senate. Dormi- tory Officer: l'1oslt'r. Student Lnion Committee, RHl'1'l'0R. l HOC Candidate. lC'l'El'. Hall of' Re-cognition, Homeeoining Committee, "The Boyfriend". BRAUER. SHARON. BRAUNINGER. ELAINE. BRETZ, JIM. BREUNINGER, MILLARD. BREWER, GLENDA. BRODERSON, CAROLQ Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. Dt-Ita Psi Kappa, Dolphins, Urchesis, SNEA. i'i-INI Club, W RA. Pr:-xy 1 Ilub. BRONSON, JACK. wi. . 9 6, fm R, , -tiff.. , V .,.... V N L Q61 i' i we B I 1 'I' L if :Qi A iff A 4 5 E R? N HV... 1 .-f 1- . A .xx V. FY., i L... Hfsxfj.. 5 53- K A i 1 55.-ai 'P' E-5 , , f 3. at 'fm L a 2, K 4. Xa . X Q ag . N -ni . gsq' ,-'wiffsiltf " ,Q , . - v ,... ., -.,--. t L 5 sfdilf J 4 iv. -L a iv :lf A is li A ,. HE vm X5 ..,.. . . K 342. fi ! J: L Q i Q , Q iv K X i ai ,V . , gym, iq. E . .i-.ff V,., . ww. N i 3 1 . , ,.. ,k., X A.. .- vii 1, ' 1 iV..f.f5Q . A 3 .55- ii 4' 2 Q55 L Nanny' " mfs., i i . -, . , . . ".55i..7f:: '52 fi? ' 7 fiifil .F H ,131-1-'k'z',.3g.s :- .kg Shi f Q3 'att Xi . . ...is - - K' ,- , L ,, . f -. m a.. .1 if Sf' ir, 4 .E:,w. ,. .lv ' .I . 29:55 . f i 'fs ' f 5 -Ei L P ii: ' ig .ze fgw- ,'f,Hs.,"'t if X ,M- .W i 33.4 . . ig '- .. .,.5,,W, 5. ' 1 , , , fe, . X14 5 ya, ...Q qv ' ::A- tf' ."E3P' 42 fi! .?...f - ,. :Q f ' LL',- Q gg . I in I , I 1- .,-if X 1 fwfr 4 .iw ii. .S r -f I.. ,Al 1 .A wif .J M... K ' K H 3 , 5 Q 1.1 Ai 5,2 91 23 , it S ,jf 5 ts Q . it t 1 , ' 5 I. E Hi: V -:J , 'Vi . M. 1 3 A 1 A . I 1- .K 1 .. 55 f it . .r .... , I I"f. - : .Y w--Q., ,fx . ma 5 . L E ,Q Q Bk S151 Q Seniors: Bro-Cab BROWN, ANNIE. BROWN, CHARLES. BROWN, DE- LORES. BROWN, EDWARD E. BROWN, EDWARD R. BROWN, LINDAg Clinton, English, Alpha Gamma Delta, Sigma Tau Delta, UCCI7, AWS Assembly, Student lfnion Committee, THE STUDENT, RHETOR, Chorus. BROWN, JOE. BROWN, NILE. BROWN, ROBERT. BROWN, TERRY. BROWNE. KEITH. BROWN, ROBERTg ltnlt-pc-nd:-nrt-, Social Studi:-5, Young: Dt-niocrnts. Social 54-it-mv lilulv. BROYLES. DONALD. BRLCE, PHILLIP. BRIQEN- ING,CRAFT. BRUENINC, ROSE. BRUNS, ,lAMESg Holden, Biology, Pltysicul l'Itltn-ators Cluh, Nt-wtnnn Club, Truvk Lt-tltfr. BRYAN, GARY. BRYAN, JUDITH. BUCK, THOMAS: lnclep:-ntl:-nc-t'. Social Studie-s. SNEA. Xoung Denton-ruls, History Clulr. BUCKEY, THADQ SI, Louis. Pliysira. 'l'ltt-tu lflii. Sigur.: Zvla, Nt-wrnan Clulv, llorntitory Offit-t-r: For-tt-r, Knox. 'lit-nnif lmttf-r,l1liorus, BUEKER, SUE: Boonville-, Pliysit-al litllxvat- lion, SNEA, Assot-. for Cliildltootl Ed., Pl-1X1 Club, Vtllk. Proxy Clulr, Choir, Chorus. llall ol' Recognition. BUIIR, DIANA. Bl'HRKl'KL, FREDRICK. BIQNZELL, GARY. BIRCH. ANDY. BURKEL, KATHY, St. Louis, Pltysit-ul Educ-ation. FYI-I.-X.l'l-IXlClul1. R R -X. Newntun. Student I nion Committt-1-. Delta Psi Kappa. BURKETT, CARL, BURR- HOLDER, LEE. BURNS, LINDA. CHARLEEq St. Louis. Biology. Siglna Kappa, NNE-A. 'liruliliit Court. Dormitory 0l't'it-tw: Natlingt-r. Ftudvnt l nion liftlwint-t Student lnionComntitn-1-. BUSH. WILBUR.. BUTLER, ROBERT. BlQ'I'I'ERI"IEI..D, PAIILQ Kansas City, Soi-ial Studios SNEA. lluplist Studi-nt l'nion, History Cluh. BU'I'I'ON, EDWARD. BUTTON, NORMA: ltnlrpernlt-nvv, El:-nn-n tary litlut-ation. SN!-IA. CABLE, GENEVA. l1ABLI:I,GOR- DON . BURNS, RICHARD. BUS, WILLIAM. BUSBEE, Seniors: Cai-Cli CAIN, CASEY. CAIRN5, DOROTHY. IZALLAHAN, THOMAS. CALLEN, WILLIAM, Clinton, Xlusic, .Xlpha llhi Sigma, l'i Kappa Lamlnla, tire-sta-iiiln, SNEA. Band, Orrin-flra. l.hnir, l'hi Sigma l'i. CAMPBELL, KAREN. 1lAYYll'BELl.. LEW15. CAMI'BELI., RAYMOND, Curl tlvr, Nlatlu-iualiw, Kappa 'Xlu Epsilon, Sigma Zilla, SNEA, CAMPBELI., RUSSELL, llnrulrfr, I'hywi1'al Etluvation, Kappa Nlu I-Qpsilnn. Sigma X1-la, SXEA. Physic-al Educators lllnlu. Base-hall l,vne-r. CAMPBELL, TOM. CANNEY, IVIARSHAQ l,lll1'l'ly. l'Ile-inf-nlary lfduvalion. Sigma Sigma Sigma, SNK X. Ns:-nv. for llliiltllmml EAI. CANOTE, Rl"I'II. CARLTON, HARRY. CARPENTER, ,ll'IDITH. CARPENTER, I.AWANDAg l,innarrl, English, Sigma Tau IJ:-lla. SNEX. Englifh Cluh, Young De-inn:-rats, llapliet Student lninn. CARR, HAIL, l-lxm-lfiur Springs, Engli:-Ii, D1-lla X1-la. llanliellvnit- lfuuncil. SVNEA. Stuilvnl I ninn1funimitln-4-.lflu-1-rl:-ad:-r.ililllfSTI lJl'ilN'l', CARROLL, MARILYN. CARROLL, I"AlfL. CARROLL, ROBERT. CARY, JOYCE, linnnvillr-, Elvitu-nlary Eduva- tinn. SYICA.. Assrw.li0l'lll1il4lliulr4l l-id., VS R X. liaplist Studvnt I nnrn. KW S. CASADY, LANCE. CASE, GARY. IiATLE'I'I', ANITA, Umalia. Nr-lv., Elvmvn- tary Ifilllcatioii. Sigma Sigma Sigma. I'anlu-llvnir Cuunvil FNEX. CAVEY, NINA. CAYINESS, CLIFFORD, Intl?- pvmlvm-m-, Husine-as 'Xflniinis1rali1n1. SAM. l.iahnna. CHAT- TIN, ROBERT. CHAIFNCEY, W'ILLIAMg lmli-pe-mlf-ncv, Nlalh, Kappa Mu lipsilmi, Sigma Z:-ta. CHEEVER, DON. CHESTNUT, ANITA. CHEVALIER, ROBERT. CHUBICK, LESLEY. CIIURCH, LINDA: Lum- jark, Elm-mt-nlury Eilurfalinli, Alpha Gamma De-lta. l'anlwllz'liir' Lnuncil, SNl1A.l'r+exylIluh, AWS Inst-wlnlily, Sluclvnl Iniun Cnnlrnillvv, l'r1'siflt'nI'a llnuni-il. CIRO, LOUIS. CLAWSON, RONALD. CLAY, JENNIFER, King City, Alpha llainma DQ-lta,5Ylf:X..-Isso1'. li-nr illiildlinnd I-Isl.. Sli-X S4-nal:-. Student Supreme Court, AW 5 Asst-n1lily'. ,lumliriary Cuum'il. Durmitnry Ollliim-r: Nicka 1-rson. Student lniun Cunnnitlv, RIIETOII. CLEMENT, BOB. CLEYENGER, LARRY. CLEYENUER, NORYAg lndv- pe-nnli-m-i-. -Kr! Ecluvatinn. Bm-la Alpha, SNI-QA. CLEVENC- ER, RODNEY. CLEVENGER, RONNIE. CLIFT, GLORIA. f an Q, 6? Q Pg-,N "M- ww Wg., 1 I -A.,-. , 'r wsyll .. .,.. .L ' ' 'ifitfslgiill ' ' ' slss X sa X I Q EQ' X hi .Z 511522 Si g A - 2 . - QP! fi , K: it t 3 f' W 2 is E aff-gig 1 ' mvifff 'A'-is. w '7 5.3, is . ga... 5..dpR?,QP""": Y Eiga? T I I L A S.. is S WE... i rl if rt viii-A wwf,-. i . 13' . ., . F, ,A 12. 5 4 f . W 'if It M 'ON kk i. A ,I . is -v,.. lv. Nw ,, .N Seniors: C10-Cro CLOLD, JliDI'I'II. COATES, JANET: XM-lm:-r Crows Iflenu-nlary lfclui-ation: Sigma Sipniu Sigma: S'Yl'i.fX: Xssor-. for Childhood lid.. COATS, NANCY. COCIIRAN, ROB- ERT: Plvasant Hill: 'Nlalln-malir-5: NNI-DX. COCIIRAN, SHARON. COE, DONNA. COFFMAN, SIIERRY. COGAN, DAN- IEI., Lake- Ozark: Industrial Arts: lnclustrial Arts Club, Si-4-. 81 Pres.: SNEAQ Prvxy Club: SCA Svnaln-: Ann-rim-an ln- dustrial Arts. Assoc.: Mo. Industrial lid. Assoc-. COLE, JOHN. COLEMAN, DON. COLEMAN, KELLY. COLLINS, BUDDY. COLLINS, SANDRA. COLVIN, ANITA. CONROW, SAM: Nt-w Franklin: Int:-rior De-sign: Sigma Pi, Soc-. chairman: Be-ta Alpha: Industrial Arts Club: Studi-nt lnion Cabinet, 4-hr. Public- Relations: Stumle-nt l'nion Commitlm-3 lllIl'I'l'OR, 'tri Editor: Hall of Hr-rognition, COONROD, ,IlfDY: Portagu-. lnsliana: Psyi-liology: 'Xlplia Sigma -Xlpha. Iim- Pri-sich-nt: l'anln-Ili-nic Council. Corn- sponcling. S4-cz: -HKS Xswinblp: Studi-ni l nion Coinmittvi-1 Chairnian-'l'ic'kz-t Comm. for llonu-r-oiningg. COOPER, DO- LORES. COOPER, ROBERT. COPELAND, DALE. CORF, DORIS: Bosworth: Businz-ss liducaliong Alpha Lambda De-lla: Alpha Phi D:-lla: Pi Omega Pi, Pros., Sw., Tres.: SNE.-X: Pre-xy Cluh: Businc-se. l-idui-ation Club: Sm-rv tarial Scif-nre Club: Phi Bvta Lambda. CORNELL, HOWARD. CORNING, LARRY. CORRIS- TON, RONALD. COTT, MARIANNE. COULTER, LOIS. COURSON, KENNETH: Kansas City: I'sy1'lioloilY1 Sigina Tau Gamma, Vice-Pros.: lnte-rfrali-rnity Council, COW- DREY, GARY. COX, EMILY: Raytown: Iile-montary Edu' cation: SNHA, Pros.: Assoc. for Chililhooil Iiil. COX, JAMES: Ind:-pc-nde-ncm-: I'rQ-fltle-dim-ixiv 8K Biology: He-la Ile-tu Bela, Pre-S.: CMSC Plays-rs: l,iahona: Stuiln-nt Union Com- mittee: Choir. COX, JOANNA: Orin-wa: Sm-nftariul Sc-it-iii-4' Wesley: Phi lit-la l.ambila. COY, MARILYN. CRABTREE, TERRY. CRAIG, HAR- VEY. CRAIN, CHARLES. CRAIN, JOYCE. CRAVENS, KENNETH. CRAWFORD, MARILY N. CRICK, LINDA. CROOCH, LYMAN. CROOKS. BET- TY: Clinton: Business lislus-ation: Alpha Phi Doha: Pi Om:-ga Pi: Business liduvation Club: SNICA: W z-slvy: Dc-ans l.ist and Honor Roll. Seniors: Cro-Dix CROW, DON. CROWE, HARRY: Excelsior Springs: Mar- keting: SAM. CROZIER, MARGARET. CRUZ, AUGUS- TINE. CULBERTSON, LAWRENCE. CULP, GLORIA. CULWELL, GENE: DeSoto: Music Education: Pi Kappa Lambda: Prexy Club: Camma Della, President: Band: Orchestra: Choir. CUMMINS, NORMA. CUMMINS, ROBERTA. CUMPER, BARB. CUNNINGHAM, JUDY, CURRIER, TRIX. CURTIS, CARY. CURVEY, MARY. CUSICK, DONNA: Lee's Summit: Elementary Education: SNEA: Assoc. for Childhood Ed.: UCCF, Treasurer: RHI-ITOR. DAMERON, REX. DAMERON, ROY. DAVIES, RON- ALD. DAVIS, MARY. DAVIS, ROBERT: Harrisonville: Speech: KCYVIW-FM, Chief Engineer: Mules Amateur Radio Club, Treasurer. DAVIS, WILLIAM. DAVOLT, JIM. DAY, LELANDQ Odessa: Physical Education: Acacia: SNEA: Physical Educa- tors Club. DEAN, MARILYN: DEAN, MARTHA. DEAN, ROBERT. DEAN, SHERYL: Raylown: Home Economics: Sigma Kappa: Colhecon: SNEA: Prexy Club: Baptist Student Union: AWS Assembly, 2nd Vice-President, Judiciary Council: Nickerson llall Council: Student Union Committee: People-to-People, President, Treasurer, Student Ambassador: Dean's List. DEER, BETTY. DELOZIER, JANICE. DEMOSS, CAROL. DENNEY, PI-IILLIP. DENNING, BRENDA. DENNIS, EVELYN. DESHAZER, SARAH. DETTMANN, CAR- LYN: Kansas City North: Elementary Education: SNEA: Assoc. for Childhood Ed.: Religious Life Council: UCCF, Secretary: Student Union Committee: RHETOR: Chorus. DEVINE, WILLIAM. DEWITT, IOHN. DIERKINC, RODNEY: Boonville: Speech: Gamma Delta: THE STU- DENT: RHETOR. DILDINE, WANDA. DIXON, ROGER. 2 f ,. -f,:tq-tt. -H515 :: 7:-L.: 2 'em W af ' -In-fzl ggsfis' , ... ..... Q . . . .Z 'V g 91, 1 , I s' if-+-vffflfi . x Ng, ew . . ' 05 1 . A 711:52-"f, .-Sf' X .. k 1 'fi . ., ' if M2455-WZYEZ K - 1 7 gssgtwzlgweqigr. , ' ....,."' .Z9?:71.1'-i' 5 ' 5:-:5?' 5:5-H2-125. .UWT ..Z" 1 :fs '. ' ' .V ,-... .., J,- - . - -, 5 1 f 2222.5 H - ' S' me -- : BW 35' 951 J :5 . 168 " .. f, .Q , gg Q . K me . ts!-W S T 5. vi Q tt M WZ. 4 -QQ ...fig-we -Q . . .. va M o S.. ,.,.. is -- .. t.-. Q .-.. Q - K ,S -, no 1 ::' ai? ' We - ' --an - 2 fl We . A 'M 1 K its-5... ...rar I ? .,,.. if E., yffj. gi. .X ,: . . is Z 2: f L i ,A fi . 45, ext .. , 'J wi as l i? ii A -1 i ff ffl 'A V ,. ,.,, . ,, E ,, . m,,,LLl , . . it in WA N ,L ,Vh .e JK 5' 3 .f Qs all 1 V , .,,. :,, 1 . .,:.: A. , it if . in .sq 5' av ,i ' 31,1 . - y ' A . , tiff px :- T., 169 Seniors: Dod-Eri DODGE, SUSAN. DOERHOFF, JULI'I'I'A: St, Elizabeth: Business Education: Alpha Lambda Delta, Prcsident: Alpha Phi Delta: Pi Omega Pi: SNEA: Prcxy Club: Business Educa- tion Club: Newman Club: Cw:-ns. DOLECKI, YOLANDA. DOTY, JUDITII. DOUGHERTY, RON. DOVER, PAUL: Norborne: Chcmistry: Sigma Zeta: Amt-ri' can Chemical Society: Young Democrats: Chorus. DOW, LEE: Houstonia: Physical Education: SNEA: Physical Edu- cator Club: M Club: Baseball, Sports Letter: Collegiate 4-H Club. DOWLER, SHARON. DOWNING, DONALD. DRAKE, JUNE: Raytown: Physical Education and English: SNEA: PEM Club: WRA: English Club: Ycater, Treasure-r: Stud:-nt Lnion Committee. DRUNERT, LARRY. DRYER, GORDON: Higginsvillr: Physical Education: SNEA: Physical Educators Club: Band. DUBON, PATRICIA: Kansas City: Physical Education: SNEA: PEM Club: WHA: Dc-lta Psi Kappa. DUDLEY, NED- RA. DUDLEY, TOM. DUFF, MARY: Excelsior Springs: Art: Beta Alpha, Tri-aa surer: SNEA. DUNHAM, WILLIAM. DUNNING, GEORGE: Leeis Summit: Industrial Arts: Tau Kappa Epsia lon: Industrial Arts Club, DYER, EMMA. EADS, IOAN: Butler Home Economics: Kappa Omicron Phi: Colhf-con: SNEA. EAKES, I-IAZEL. EAST, ANNA. EBERLINE, MYRNA. ECK, CLARENCE. ECKINGER, LINDA. EDDY, BARRY. EDSON, SHARON. ECBERT, KAREN. EGLER, GERALD. ELLIOTT, KATY. ELLISON, JAMES. ELLIS, MARILYN. ELLWYN, BARRIE: Kansas City: Biology: Sigma Pi. President: Inter- fraternily Council: Prexy Club. EMANUAL, MARGARET: Leels Summit: Elf-mentary Education: Industrial Arts Club: SNEA. EMISON, GERALD. EMLER, JOYCE. ENGELBRECHT, CAROL. ENGEL- BRECHT, DONALD. ENNIS, NORMAN. ERICKSON, LAWRENCE. Seniors: Erl-For ERLENBUSCH, DELLA. ESSER. DIANE. ESTES, JAY BOB: ,Ieflic-rson City: Art: 'Irt Club: Rhelor llall Committee: Theta Chi, N ice-President. E'I'I'ER, BE'I'l'Y. EVANS, RON. EZEKIEL, GLORIA. FAIN, WILLIAM. FAIRBANKS, JAMES. FAIRLIE, CAROL. FAMULINER, SHARON. FARMER, DONNA: Lea-fs Summit: Elementary Music: Delta Zeta: Crescendo: Choir: Chorus. FARMER, MARI- LYN. FARMER, RORY. FARMER. STEVE: Platte City: Business: Tau Kappa Epsilon: lnterfraternity Council: SAM: THE STUDl'lN'l': Public Relations Society. FARRIS, LIN- DA. FEELER, DELMARg Valley Park: Industrial Arts: ln- dustrial Arts Club: SNEA. FEELER, SANDRA: Odessa: English: Alpha Phi Delta: SNEAQ Dean's List. FERGUSON, BONNIE. FERGUSON, STEPHEN. FERRIN. LINDA. FESKE, PATRICIA. FICK, THOMAS. FIKE, MAR- JORIE. FINE, RANDALL. FINLEY, ANNA. FISCHER, ANITA. FISCHER, DONALD. FISCHER. TOM. FITTERLING, JAMES. FLANSBURG. GARY. FLAUCHER, SHIRLEY: Eldon: English: SNEA: Cosmo- politan Club: English Club: Baptist Student Union. FLEISCHER, JANlCEg Appleton City: Music: Crescendo, Secretary: SNEA: Baptist Student Lnion: Cwens: Band: Orchestra: Choir: MENC. FLINT, THOMAS. FOERTSCH, DICK. FOGEL, RITA. FOLK, DONNA: Jefferson City: Elementary Education: Alpha Omitrron Pi: Panhellenic Council: SNI-lA: Assoc. for Childhood Ed.: Young Democrats: Student Union Committee. FORAKER, JUDY. FOSTER, CHARLYN, FORD. JAMES. FORD, MARY. 4 . 'ir f ,.,. . .wyli ji! Q i 'E 'nv is 'QW1 i:1xv"" 5 K -. -ui Y f .iv A Q. ,.,... . . A 3? ,ah 4 5 . , 2 :if--,-.. 3 W ' W at fn, 'um ' " ,'-. '53f'25I... 'f . .. 'SI- ' .I ': 11 f a2iv1a:. 4 ' , : :H . Q isifigf H 7 - :- -:, ,.R, J Q. Af Q - -A NL: 1, UM . is, I . H-- s a il .. f 'QfS55" -f. if Aw ., if .gg -ff , , '17 . Q ' I.. . M Mi , H gigfiiafhi 'K Q-mg.. ,1...,,,,, Wm, '95 f mf 'iff' , I W . " ff I E525 Q-Ls. . fMw..g. ' x - - Q f- Z. , fi, . . .. 4 . I 55' ' 'V Xu " Ln.: 4.. .. A l , Q. V ' , I i 111. , I I - ' 'gy 1.' , .5 ,, I ' h'h ' A 'If ,, .. W ,. , .-iff' qffiq. I A x , il' V f ,V K , l z .,,L . f ': .. X M ' ll mp.. fi' " 8 S fm ,?' fwfr .'5?1sf' jj I , S 'S 'N an W .gssi ffa 'WF' -i n Seniorsz Fos-Gra FOSTER. JUDY. FOWLER, LARRY. FRANK, BRIAN. FRANKEN, WILLIAM. FRANKLIN, JAMES. FRASER, DON. FRAZIER, JOHN. FREDRICKSON. FORD. FREVERT, RALPH. FRIEDBAIIH, JAMES. FRIEZE. JANET. Stocklon, Speech I'ullmlubiYw SNI-IA, Pre-xy Club, Wesley, President. FRISBU. PAT. FRISCH, GARY, FRITSIZII. SHIRLEY. FLLTON. SHARON. FUNK, JAMES. GARDNER. MARTHA. GARNER, GEORGE. GARGO'I'I'A, ROSE. GARRY. PAT. CARTON. DOUGLAS. GARVEY. KATHERINE. GASK- ELL, ROSEQ Columbia. Elm-nu-nlary Educ-ation. Alpha Omi- cron l'i, I'anln-ll:-nic' Council. SNEA. 'UN S Assembly. GATES. LARRY. GAY, DOROTHY. GENTILE, VENCENT. GERLT. RUTH, GIBB, JAMES. GIBBENS, JACK. GILLEN, JANETg Eldon, Elemvnlury Education, Alpha Gamma Della, Alpha Phi Della, SNI-14. Spanish l1lulJ.SKucIm1t Lnionllununitte.lIlmrus. GILLEN, W'ILLIAMq Ind:-prmln-nce. Xlarkvling, Signm I'i, Curr:-spunding Se-1-relary, lnle-rfralernily llouncil, SANI. GILLESPIE, KENNETH. GILLOGLY. MARTHA. GLASS, OLIVE. GLENDENING, MARVIN. GOODWIN, LYNDON. GORDON, DOROTHY. GRAN- NEMANN, DENNIS. GRATE. JANET. GRAVENDIK, SUZANNE. Seniors: Gre-Han GREEN, EDWARD. GREEN, TIMQ Warreltz-lrurgg Biolo- gy: Tau Kappa Epsilon: SNEA: SGA Sz-natf-1 Dx-an's List. GREGG, CARL. GREGORY, CHARLES. GREIM, BILLg Exre-lsior Springs, Physit-al lfmlurfationg l'l1ysir'ul Edu- rulors Club: Nr-wmun lllulvg INIAIIPEIIL WISIISAA, GRIFFIN, NOEL. GRILLS, CONSTANCE. GRIN- LINTON, JAMES. GROH, MICHAEL. GROSKO, LARRY, Kansas City: Biology, l'r4--Mod: NI Club: Newman fllulr: lfmnllzall and 'l'ra1'k Sport l.t-tlvrs. GROTHER, RUDOLPH. GROVES, RAYMOND. GROW, LYNN. GRUBB, DAVID. GRUBB, PAUL. GRUBE, DON, l'le'asant Hill: Industrial Arts: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Industrial Arts Club. HAAKE, LINDA. HACK- E'I'I', SHERRIE. HAERTLING, CALVIN. HAGE- DORN,DANIEL. IIALDEMAN, JAMES. HALEY, RUTH. HALL, DUANE. HALL, ERNEST. HALL, LARRY. HALL, RITA. HALLAR, MARTHA. HALLIBURTON, MONAg Kansas City, Elementary Edutzationg Sigma Kappa, I"anlu-llc-nic Council: SNEAQ Assoc. for Childhood Ed.g Stu- dent l nion llommitlm-sg RHETOR: IJ:-un's Listg llall of Rec- ognition. HALLIDAY, WALTER. HALLIER, FRED. I-IAMILTON, DOUGLAS. HAMILTON, JOE. HAMIL- TON, ROGER. HAMILTON, SHARON. HAMMIEYIT, JAMES. HAMMOND, ELLEN: Ind:-pe-ndvnc-c-3 Physical Eduvationg SNICA: PENI filub: WRAQ AAHPHRQ VIAHPER, HAMP- TON, ELIZABETH. HAMPTON, ROGER. HANCOCK, LLOYD. HANDY, DOROTHY. in I ig W. if I fini' i w Z I 23 Q. Q t ' I A t 3 5' as . ' 2 if 31,1 mtg: ta ' "iiif'Q'7k 4 All A+ 55? Ha ri? ,sw -f an A A I in . 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HARDIN, 'I'HOMASg llurlisli-, lowag Gvnt-ral Munugt-nivntg Phi Siginu I-fpsilong M lfluhg SAM: Hudson and I'hillips-Osborne llormitory Offict-rg 'liravk Sports Letter. HARKNESS, GLY. I-IARMON, LARRY. HARRIS, MABEI.. HARRIS, MARIE. HARRYMAN, CHARLES. HART, JERRY. HARTE, ELLEN. I-IARTLEY, JUDY. HARTMAN, GEORGIA. I-IARTWIG, BRUCE. HARVEY, RONALD. HARVEY, STEPHEN. HASH, BOB. HASSLER, LAR- RY. HAWES, JOANNE. HAYDEN, ANN. HAYES, JAYLENE. HAYES, TOM. HAYS, JAMES. HEADE, SUE, llumdt-nton: Business Educ-ationg Pi Omega Pi, Historian, Sm-ri-tary: SNICAQ Business Education Llluh, Secretary: KIIETORQ Phi llvla Lambda. HEAIVILIN, GALE, Kansas City: History: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain: lnterfrate-rnily liounf-il: Nl llluhg Young: ll:-mot-rats: SGA Sn-nate: SGA Executive Council: S12-X Honor K:-y: Student Supreme tionrlg Gymnastic-s Sports Lf-tl:-r: llomi-corning: Chairman. History Llluh. HEBERLE, CATHERINEQ llvrmannz Elcmf-ntnry Educa- tion: Alpha Phi De-ltag SNHA. HECKMAN, CHERYL. HEDGES, DONNAQ Butle-r, lilt-mrntary Educ-ationg Alpha Omicron Pi, Ilistorian, Treasurm-rg Alpha Phi IM-lla: SNl:iAg llollvgiate -HI llluh. HEDGES, ROBERT. HEDGPETH, WILLIAM. HEDRICK, FLOYD. HEFNER, KAY, Kansas tlity: Busi- ness Educaliong SNI-IA: Iiusini-ss Education tlluhg Baptist Studvnt Union. HEFNER, STEPHEN. HEIGELE, ROH- ERT. HEINZ. ROBERTA. HEITMAN, JEROMEq llama-ron: Agri-Busina-ssg Theta lihig Agrilculture- illuh. HELDENBRAND, DELBERT. HELDT, SHARONQ Iligginsville-1 Elf-nn-ntary litlutsationl SYEA, HELMS, PATRICIA. HEMMETER, GILBERT. Seniors: Hen-Hob HENCHEI, BEATRICE. HENDERSON, DONALD. HENDERSON, I'Al'LA. HENDRIX, KEITH. HEN- ERY, BARBARA, Clinton: Busiiivsf Ifcllim-ation: Pi Oni:-ga Pi. Pn-sidvnl: SNEX1 Prvxy lfluhg NM-514-y: ifollegiau- 1-Il, , , . . l if-Aide-nl: Deans lift: De-an s Iluu-vi' Hull, IIENKE, RONNIE. IIENKS, PATSY: Yurhnrm-1 Eiiglifli: Xlpha l.L1nihclzxD4-ll.i: Xlpha Phi Dm-lm: Kappa Della Pi: llrvk sm-zulu: SYEX: Naming De-inuvruls: Nz-winun Club: ilwensi liund: Orclieslra. IIENRY, MARY, Warn-mliurg: l'Ilviiic-n- Iziry I'lduL'aIioi1:Alpli:1l.umlJda Della: 'Ilphu Phi Delta. Ouling llluhg Dulphinsg SYICA: .M1EgNm-wiiniii llluhz REVC c-nmmi!- In-1': SCA Sc-nah-1 Clmrus: filer- liluh. IIENSLEY, ROB- ERT. HENSON, VIRGINIA. HERBERT, LINDA. HERNDON, BRENDA. HERN- DON. CHARLO'I'l'I-I. HERRICK, NITA. HERMANN, SALLY. IIERSHEY, ROGER. HESSEL. JOHN. HETTIIIK, HARVEY, lli1I1-pi-iiils-111-4-: Biology lf:-nlrail Nlissnuri Xlulur-sport lflulx. I'r1-Nimlvnl, Xiu--l're'-icleiit. HIBBS, GRADI. HIBDIIN, NILA. IIICKMAN, MYRA: Smithvillz-1 Slim-rli Pailwlugyz Alpha llmim-run Pi, iIui'n-simmling Sec-rvlai'y, 'l'n-asure-rg SNICAZ M-v: Slurlvn! lnimi Cvriiiiiiiltn-f-1 illmruw. HIERONYMUS, ROBERT. HIGGINS, DONALD, SNEAQ Alpha Phi Uiiivga: Young lla'liin1'i'nli. HIGGINS, MARY. HIL- GEDICK, EYELYN. IIILL, HELEN, HILL, JANETII. HILL, LYNN IIINDE, ROBERT. HINDS, BARBARA. IIINKELDEY, ALICE, HINRICHS, SLSAN, Hayi..w..4 livin-ral Xlaiiage-iiu-iii: -Xlpha Phi Deliug S 'X Xl. I ice-l'rPside-iii: Ilmmrs Pmgrdniz llzill nl'Rbz'0gniIi1ili. HINTON, JAMES. IIIRNI, DAVID. HIL'I',,lUDITH. IIIXON, JAMES, Plallshurgg Puhlic' Rvlziliniisg Sigma Pig Puhliv Rc-latinnf Cluln. HIZER, AMMON. HOBBS, ED- WARD. HOBBS, ELIZABETH. HOBBY, GERTRLDE. ' 1, 'E Q. A yi' i fl 3' ,L K ,P . Q. ' K 15 K 5 'F 135-14 gf'-.Q,.,.Q by Q is D 1-an Wulf ff! ri Q X K if' Q, . W5-' A , si A , ' 2, Lll. -n.. XQAMIK, i ww? I 1 . 72. 5 qw 4-ru' 174 IBM . .. 1 122: , C. M 55555 , . m ls, . ,, X A ,,.... 'wr' 111 ii, - W 9 'Mi .. f ri ..- if S 1 'I fi gg 2 A 3 -- ..--. ,yy x .Aer 53,5 7 l K . ji- ' , A A 2 I R ., .fs " :arf '. : f fx' ' ' fu- ,f"", - : z-f " A Q A W' W ' A BP , ., ,iw u 3 . wifi ' 4 I .A ,r , K . KW? , ge 4-9 an ,fit n 4, 6 f, ...wa ,Q I N I H S S l Q .. . S1 9 . ii.. . Q a , W 'fa a . S a F' 4 .,,- , -4 fa., 1 . is " Wi, V BP , I 's .Q,L 5 I A A 'af-,. ,L --iam. H -m , ' iss. f :.f.ggs9.r a ie. ill ' O H.,gz.2i-.fear N. , . . - 5 5.51. , .4 ww 1 fax.. .1 ' f, f SL X 5 L . ,A blr. , Z , . .E ...S E I . 13 H x . 'il 1:57, .. W " If i I rl. , mm,,. , .. 5 A ,," . h . 5.5 1. L ,. 1 J ' fi me , K . 'WP we l wax A i pgiv 5? 11' fi. Q 'Qu "" Q Iii. :,k .1 W 1 'Q ' ,Amir In , .,,..,b .44 ' mu. .. . - 45112 as Seniors: Hoc-Hun HOCKENSMITH, JACK. HOCKER, RONALD. HODES. DOROTHYH lnclependcnce: l'ilcmenlary Edu:-.il lion1SNEA. HODGE. HELEN, HOEHN. CARL. HOENSHEL, JERI. HOEPER, GARY. HOGAN, CAROL. HOLBROOK. NORMA. HOIAIROI-"F, LINDA. HOLLAND. JILL: St. Luuisg Political Sc-ie-nce: Sigma Tau Delta, N ice-Presidcnlg Pre-xy Club:Cm-niosl,I'idilor1 Nickerson Hall, Treasurer. HOLLER, BERNARD. HOLLER, JUANITA. HOLLEY, WILLA. HOLLO. MARSHAg Glenwood, Ill,g Biulugyg Alpha Lambda Della, Historiam Alpha Phi Della, Vince-President: Alpha Phi Sigma, Secretary: Bela Beta Bela, llislorian: Sigma Zeta: SNEA3 Prexy Club: Young Republicans, Vic:-'l'residcnl, Se-4-rc-Iaryg BSU, Execu- liw l,nuncilg Cm-inf. I'r1-simlf-lil: Xrvln-ulnpy Sur-ieIx'1llmmw l'rugiiin1 HOLMAN, DAYID. HOLMES, PIIILLIP. HOLM- STROM, RALPH. IIOLTERMAN, MARILYN. HOLTS. ELMER. HOMAN, DAVID. HONEYWELL, EUGENE. HOOPES, GAYLE. HOOVER, LINDA. HOPKINS, MARY SUE. HOPKINS, STEPHEN. HOUSEWORTH. PAT. HOUT, GEORGE. HOl'X, SARA. HOWARD, ,I.K. HOWE, GERALD. HOWELL, MARILYN. HUDLE- MEYER, GARY HUDSON, VAN. IIUFF, ROBERT. Hl'l"I"MAN, ,lL'DlTlI. Hl'Fl-'MAN, WADE. HLGHES, MIKE. HLLMES, DAVID, IILNT, JAMES. Seniors: Hun-Job Hl'N'I', l'IIlI.I.lP. HlfNT, ROBERT, HUNTER, BE'I'l'1. Hl NTER, FRANK. IIl'N'I'ER. TOMMY. Hl'I'I', CRAIG. I-ILRSMAN, CARI.. HLRSMAN, JOIIN. I'Il'RS'I', ANN, Kansas lfiug Hlvnwnl.1ry lllur-ation: SXHX: liapli-I Nucl:-nl lnion. IIl'RS'I'. SLS.-KN. I-IUSTON, PHILLIP. I-IUTCHERSON, CECIL. HUTCHERSON, WILLIAM. HUTCHESON, DIRK. HUTCI-IINGS, DALE. I-IU'I'I'S, ELMER. IEZZI, BOB. INGOLD, MARYg Kana sas Cityg Music: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Dc-lla Pig Crescendo: Baplisl Stud:-nt Union, Executive Count-ily Music Educalors National Assor-ialiong Choir. IRICK, GLENNA. IVORY, TERRY. Kansas City: Englishg CMSC Play:-rs, Parliamen- tariang Tlwla Alpha Phi: Traffic Courlg Stud:-nl Union Com- millrf-: Chorus. IWINSKI, LAWRENCE, Chicagog Sm-iolugyz Phi Sigma Epsilon, Corresponding Secrelaryg Newman Club, Knox Dor- mitory Officer. JABLONSKI, STANLEY. JACKS, WAYNE. JACKSON, AMOS. JACKSON, BEVERLY. JACKSON, LOUISE. JACOBSON, l'IIYl.I.IS. JAEGER, BE'I'I'Y. JAGEMAN, SHARON. JAMESON. CHARLES. JAMISON, JOHN. JANSEN, LARRY, Blau-klvurn: lilo- inz-nlary liilrivalifviig Kappa Della Pi: SNICA: Dm-ari's List. JARRET, OI,A. JENKINS, JOHN. JENNINCS, BRENIIA. JENNINGS. JOHN. JENNINGS, PAUL. JENSON, JUDY. JESSE, RONNIE. JOBE. GLENN. 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E5:.'ew:' i f W fiifi. 123 5 . .Sy .ku . X' .2 an Q. -is we Q, z fi : ...., up 5 X 4 177 Seniors: Joh-Kel JOHNS, DAVID. JOHNSON, BRENDA3 Kansas Cilyg Elementary Education: Alpha Kappa Alpha. JOHNSON. CAROLYN. JOHNSON. DON. JOHNSON. JAMES. JOHNSON, LARRY. JOHNSON, MARK. JOHNSON, MEREDITII. JOHNSON, ROBERT. JOHNSON, TOBY. JONES. CIIERYLE. JONES. CLAUDE. JONES. DAN- IEL, JONES. ELLEN. JONES. ELGENE. JONES, GARY. JONES. GOLDIE. JONES. JAMES. JONES. JERALD. JONES, LINDA. JONES. MARTHA. JONES. MARY. JONES, MIKE. JONES, ORIS. JONES. RONALD. JONES. WILLIAM. JORDAN, SANDY. JORGENSEN, PEARL. JUDKINS, JEANNE. JULIAN. BARRY. JUSTICE. JOAN. JUSTISS, NANCY. KALEY. LOIS. KALLENBERGER, JANICE. KARCZEWSKLTOM, KAUFFMAN. WILLARD. KEETON, JOI-INgAlma:Ma1h and l'l1y4uw: Xlpl1al'lli5ig1m.x:Kappa Xlnlfpfilun.l'rr-Ni4le-nl: Sigma Zz-la: l're-xy Club: Hall of Rm-cognition, KEEVII., COLLEEN. KEIL, KATHY, KELB, JANETgl1armllmng Businf-ss Edul-ation: SNEAg Phi Bela l.amlx4la1 Alpha Sigma Tau, Seniors: Kel-Lan KELSEY, JAMES. KEMPER, IIICTH. KENDALI., JIM. KENIJRICK. BRllCI'Ig Iilgginsvillvg Ylarlcvlingg 'Ilplia lflti lipsilon. l"rt-with-nt: liilvrlralvriiilx Counvil: Prexy Cluli1S'I'II. KENT, VERNON. KEPHART. GAROLYN. KINGADE, GARY. KING EUGENE. KING. STEPHEN. KING, THOMAS. 1 KIRCHNER, NANCY. KIRLIN, W'ANDA. KITAJIMA, Sl'MIE. KLEIN, DOROTHY. KLEMME, BARBARAQ Kansas City: S:-on-turial Science-1 Sm-rn-tarial Sc-ienvv lilulvg SkNl:l'ClII":1Iliorus. KLINE. ,ll'IJY. KNOCI-I, KATHY. KNOWLTON, I-ISTIIER. ICOI-IIILER, GARY. KOEIILER, NI.-IRI. KOELKEBEGK, SANDRA. KOEWING, SANDYg Kirk- wood: Elementary lfduc-ation: Sigma Kappa, Zml Yin--l'rz-si' dm-nl: Collircong SNI-IAQ AWS A-a-at-inlrly: Judiciary Counril: l'e-oplf-ftofPf-ople-. Student Ambamuilorz lfwvns: RlII'f'l'OHg lic-st-Dressed Girl. KOHL. JAMES. KOPP, KENNETH. KUI'I', LARRY . KRAMER, JACQllEI..INEg Iiast Gary, Indiana: Sp:-1-1-lug SGA Sf-naw: Houts-Hosey Dormitory Officvrz Student l'nion liabinf-t: Studrnt l nion iionimillrv: 'l'lII'i S'l'l,DENT1 Publix' Kvlatinns Society: I-'on-nsics and Ih-hal:-. KROECK, GARY. KRUSOR, JOANg Kansas City: lilvtnf-nlary Eduwaliong SYEAQ RIII-ITOH. KUCHTA, CONSTANCE. KUNESI-I, JULIA. Kl NZE, EMM.-Kg Xlarlliusxillef: For-itil 5t'irt111': FNl'iY: ll.liI". Kl'R'I'Z, IIARIII... I.AI'IlIl'BI'I, W'II.I.II'I. I.A- IYIAR, RICIIARII. IANIBKIN, JEAN. LAMPTON. GLENN. LANDRETH, JERRYg SNF1-X1 Young Detnovratsq -Kllianre Ifratic-aim-Q Burriatz-rs: Pi Kappa Us-Ita, President: 'l'liefla Chig Pr:-xy lilulug l'nion Connnith-1-3 Y arsity Debale 'IH-am: SGA Sc-nan-5 SG-X l'ixccutiv1- Count-il, l'rt-side-nt: SGA llonor Key: Slurlf-nt Supra-nw Courtg Hall of Rm-ognitiong 'Nlissouri Stud:-nt Gov:-rnnivnl Assoc-ialion. l're-sidvnl: Assoviate-ml Studi-nl liovvrnnu-nl's of 'Kim-rii-a, I ic:--Pre-side-til, National Admininraliw X ict'-l'r4-mln-ill: lntf-rfraternily Count-il. IIANDRETH, LOHMAN. LANGE. I"RANKg Rollag litisiru-ss -Kdminislrzition: Tlwla Gln: S UI: Band, LANGE, ROBERT. W. . t 2 .' ' i Lil . Wfiafbffii .f 5 9 43' if Q. .t X M., K ll f :ze '33 A y.,,mg,3ig,gsQef .2 . , s. J E4 5 y ff -.. , 1 S 10? if all- . f . WW , ,in ' fy' IDN, -2.1 , - l .Q 'Y ,5 -.1 12. ... B . 4' 1. :B l .A 9' . 't 4- . ,... . t M f V' gli, Kg? .. gqf' f I is .. -.-U Q, it J' ' L 2.552 J I .57 fr , .K '- K g s , .fy .t A 'W Q. ..,.,.v 3- J My 1' Mgew-,. .Ea ie.. 4 5.2 ,QM AM .f Y? 3 I , 1 fiat . If .zz .X A V. hfeinikwue. ...swim 2 . .sa if a l i tiff m er ge' 4 - . . , M 'S' I .U wiv. f - fs E. . V, . ' md , .. . . W f 4? . 1, "- - 'if 1 3 L. Ea E, L kv? 3 , S gifs ,M 'kin' 'Pk its u .553 M Y W' 1 R EXF' .di . ri . .R W ,. .f , . , K ia.. 3 .1 1 1 J? .ei.,,fg. 'Q , xg-. f ? f . Q,.,.,. . ..Q V. A , V -gt. A In I ' xv :Vu , - Y f el, sa: rl 8 I i -1.54 -F . - va if , S i if if 2- L--' fi - 'igiiiiizf af: f , 1 .-and QI, SV ,,,. i D,.,,. . . 'sa5E.frw:..',gu, : .5 . f i E I Z Y A A gg l f if L,A. .1 Y. W. it sg.. L 3 1135. LX.1i.5q.:Qi2...k1 , 2 ' 1 1 Q mrs: I i x sxwwliiizlzl ' I ' - 5 -5 Q' A. Q Seniors: Lan-Lon LANGTON, JOHN. LARKINS, MARY. LARSON, MICHAEL. LaRI4E, S'I'I-IVl'I:Kuiisus41ny1 Xlarki-lingzilizui Kappa lfpsilnn, lim--l'rr'si4lm'liI: SAM: SUN Sviiulv. LASII. GARRE'I'l': Sl. Louis: l'hywii's: Te-litzi Chi: llilvrl'rulvi'iiiIy: SAM. LAUBENSTEIN, DARLENE: Columbia: Elvmf-mary Edu- cation: SNEAg Assoc. for Childhood lid.: Gamma Della: AWS Assembly: RHETOR. LAUGHMAN, LYLE: Cllillmwi-1-: Psychology: Acacia, Treasurer. IARUNGER, JANET, LAURENSON, MARY. LAWLER, ARLINE. LAWSON, DON. LAWRENCE, MONROE. LAWRY. ROBERT: Nlnyswilli-3 Biology: XX f-sh-51 Slinlvnt l nion linin- ininee. LAYYON, JONAS. LAYLAND, RICHARD. LEAKEY. JOHN. LICAR, YIARTIIA: Sweet Springs: English: Alpha l'hi Delta, 5Nl1X:4Lv.i-iw, LEE, RANDALL. LEE, RLBY. LEETH, FRANCES. LEIGH.'l'l-1RRYgNldi-sm-ill:-N, lllinuixz l4wlngxgSYHX,l.l-1W- ALLEN, DIANE: Silll Antonio: English: Sigma lmippu: Punhz-llz-niv Council, 'I'n-.isuri-1: Sigma 'I'uu llc-lla: 5lNlC-X: Student lni-in llmmiiiln-I-1 Nlll'l'l'OIl. 'Xawr-iu1i- liililm. LEWIS, IIAROLIJ. LEWIS. HENRY. LEWIS, JAMES. LEWIS, THOMAS. LIGGI'I'l', ALICE: Liberty: lnli-rinr Uecnraliun: lim-la Alpha: flnllural Arts llninniiltr-i-. LIGHT- HEAD, ETHEL. LIND, JAMES. LINDBERG- CHARLES. LINVILLE, DONALD. LINVILLE, KENNETH: Nir- bunm-: Agni-liiisinessz Agrimwillurf- lfhih. Sc-rrelury, Nirv- Presidi-nt: Ili-lla Tau .-Xlphu. 'l'rvasi1re-r, Sm-rretiiry. I,I'I'LE, JOHN. I.I'I'OvITCI'I, CICOROIEIL Kali-.is Citi: Xgiillusi- ni-ss: 'Xgrim-iillurv Lhllx, Svvrm-lary, l'n-:-iilvvilz Pr:-xy lllnlu. LOCH, I'A'l'Rll1lA. LOCKARD, DAPHENE. LOCKARD. JOHN. LOIZKE, LINDA. LOHMEYER, WAYNE. LONGJERRY. Seniors: Lon-MCC LONG, LARRY. LORENZINI, JERRY: Sl. Louis: Physi- cal Education: Physical l-iducators Club, President: Il Club, Si-erctary: Prexy Club: Wrestling Sports Letter. LONG- HEAD, YIVIAN. LOWE, SYLVIA. LOWRY, KEN- NETH. LUCE. MARY: Kansas City: Elementary Education: SNEA: Association for Childhood lid.: Newman Club: CNISC Players. LIQETJEN, CAROLE. LlfNDQlfIST, DAVID. LUX- TON, MICHAEL. LYNDE, RUTH. LYON, MICHAEL. LYTLE, SUSAN. MADDOX, MAR- KEN: Rolla: Marketing Management: Alpha Phi Omega: SAM: lCCl": Married Students Club. MAGRISSO, ROB- ERT: Long Island, New York: Marketing: Accounting Club: Iicononiics Club: SAW: People-to-People: Cosmopolitan Club: Young Democrats: Che-ss Club: ,lewish Student Organ- ization. MAJOR, DAVID. MAJORS, CLENDA: Amor:-t: I"flemz-ntury Education: SNI-IA: Chorus. MALONE, ANGELIS. MANBECK, PA- TRICIA. MANGELS, RAY. MANN, DELORESQ Kidd:-rg Physical Education: Xlphu Sigma Tau, Corn-sponding Secre- tary: Panhelli-nie Council, Recording Secretary, Nicc-Presi- dent: SNICN: Pl'iM Club: Vt HA: UCCF: AWS Assembly: Delta Psi Kappa. MANN. DENNIS. MARKHAM, MARVIS. MARLOWE, RAENITA. MARRIOTT, BEVERLY. MARTIN, JAMES. MARTIN, JUDY. MARTIN, KENNETH. MARTIN, SHARON: Independence: Alpha Omicron Pi, President, Yice-President: Panhellenic Council: Prexy Club: Secretarial Science Club. Nice-Prcsidenl: Wesley: Student Lnion Com- mittee: Student lfnion Cabinet: Phi Beta Lambda. MAS- TERS, PHYLLIS: Calhoun: Elementary Education: SNEA. MA'I'I'HI:iS, JERRY: Breckenridge: Accounting: Account- ing Club: SAM. MATTHEW, ROBERTA. MAOLL, JEFFREY. MAXEY, MARY: Hiehland: Social Studies: SNICA: Social Science Club: Yeater Dormitory Officer: History Club, I ice-President. MAXWELL, JOAN. McABEE, CAROL. McBEE, PAUL. McCABE, KATHLEEN. McCAIN, MYRNA. McCANDLESS, WILLIAM: l.incoln: Music: Alpha Phi Sigma: Pi Kappa Lambda: Crescendo, Treasurer, President: Prexy Club: Band: Orchestra: Choir: Chorus: Phi Sigma Pi: Dcrdeutsche Yercin: L'Alliance Francaise: MENC. McCARTHY, BONNIE: Kansas City: Speeeh and English: CMSC Players: Young Republicans: Wesley: Student Union Committee: KCYVIW-FM Radio. K. My .,,.. 1 ai, A" til' -af?fwi.?2..2f Q K :F 5 it 15 L S- sf: 2, H -Q -. K , . 21 i ,K -. aaa , :ii mg -ra ,QA T1 it ni fx a in ? if- S r --in J , '.w 2: . wit: 1'-1 . sm. V I' 5 at . -?i-g?t?--fe r c, 4, 5 1- .sf fm-1' . i .Fm "'l lwG"'f',..-V M -I , , X -- 9, 'i4aq!1ma:la!3:. EE. . L Az .. - ' 52-1. -2 , ,,.. . . - ':2'i.: WF' f . -W f, . Lszzfazp ' , - . - .., -, ,Q , .4 ,- 'I 'sr' .-fe. , I 180 'REU """?!"t ,.. .K-S, Q N. 'X Q. i,-Yi Q X was P-Mt ' .2 X' - 139: if ' . . 7 :-,ff"' I k'k"' ' vm , , ,. .-:Jr - ' 5 "IW , ' "' -"" . -vw. V ,Z 7 ' 'k". ' fm. ,f .gf , " . ff f- QQ. I . Xxiiggige . . . . . ix ix . . wa' ' In sa .R . 1. ' ae V K yd' K' Tqggs f - If .Y if ila l ' aaa. . if IXA, 3' A, S P K-I I ,Q A fxl g .. X li A . my vi is 5 8- 4 1 I H, W, S . Q. . Fi .islam X 53 M- 1.. . ,z sm gi' A . ,g i Qi' , 5 YL . v-. :IK ,. 4 Seniors: MCC-Mil MoCLAIN, PAUL, lndepm-nd:-m-1-1 English and lliolngy: Sigma Tau Gamma, Pre-side-nl: lnh-rfralornily lioum-il: Prvxy Club. McCLURE, JON. McCOMBS, ROBERT. McDAN- IEL, MARY, Kansas fiilyg Eli-ma-nlary Eduvuliung SNEA: Asam-ialinn for llllilmllumd lid., Rvvurding Sc-cr:-tary: Baptist Studi-ni lniun, Exe-4-ulive Council: Chorus. McDONAI.D, JOHN. MrDONALIJ, REGISg Hinglialnlun. New York: Sm-iulngyg De-an's Lisl, lVI4'I"'ARLAND, GENE. NIUIJARLAND, MICHAEL, Troy, Illinois: Physical Education, Physical Educalors Club: NI Club: Basketball Sports Lettrr. McGin- NIS, LARRY. McGINNIS. SHIRLEY, Liberty: Elemen- tary Educalinng SNEA. McHENRY, LINDA. McK.INLEY, MARY, Va-rsaillesg Englishg SNEAQ Yuung Denim-ralsg Newman Club, THE S'I'UDEN'l'. McMAHON, PAT, C4-nlraliag Englishg Sigma Sigma Sigmag SNEAQ English Club: Newman Club. McMICHAEI., GLENN. McCl'LLEN, DORRIS. McNIECE, BRYANT, Carrnlllung English: I'rvxy Club, SGA Executive- Council, 'I'IlE STUDENT, Editor-in-Chiefg I'rvsident's Council, McSTAY, NOEL. MEHON, FLOR- ENCE. MELTON, PAULA. MERRIFIELD, RICK. MERRILL, MARLEEN. MERTEN, CAROLYN. MEV- ERIJEN, CAROL, Warrensburu: Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Della I'i: Alpha Lambda Il:-ltd: l.'Allianm- Ifraiivuisvz De-ulsc-he Yen-in. MEWES, ROBERT. MEYER. JAMES. MEYER, Jl'lJI . MEYER, DONALD. fVII1IlIAEI.,GAR- RIE. lVIIliI'IEI., JOEI.. MIIIIILETON, MARILYN: Onmlni: Biisim-ss lfilum-aliun: Sigma Sigma Signm. l'rc-sinh-nl: l'anlu-lla-nic lluum-il: SNES: Pre-xy lflulvz Sven-lul'i.il Srin-ii:-v lllulu: XII S 'X-si-lnlvly: Jllxlirialw ksvlllivil. MILHOLLANII. SAMLEI.. MILLER, BILLI. MIL- LER, CAROL, Kumuf lilly. lfli-im-nmry l'Q1lil4'uli1nl1Sigma Kappa, Alpha I'hi llc-llag SNEAQ Assoc, for Cliilmllumd Ed., Yuung Denmvruls: Liahona, 'Irvasure-rg REW ilununillez-Q People-lo-People-. MILLER, DANIEL, lndvpe'ml4-nceg E14-nirntary Esluvalinn: SNEA1 Nssuc. for llliilnllmml Ed., Lialmna. MILLER, GAY. MILLER, JEAN. MILLER, JEANNE. MILLER, JOHN. MILLER, MICHAEL. MILLER, RON. Seniors: Mil-Neu MILLER. SHARON: Carrolton: Busitn-wg Xlpha Sigma Xlphug Phi Beta Lantbrla: Colheeon: I'et:ph--to-People. MINKER, NELLIEQ Darlington: Sovial Studies: Alpha Phi IJ:-Ita: Kappa Delta Pi: SN!-IA: Social St-it-nc-v Club. MIT- CIIELL, HAROLD. MITCHELL, SIIARONg Kansas City: El:-nirtntary Iidut-ation: SNI-IA. MOBLEY. CYNTHIA: little-pentlem-e: Eleixwtituy Education: SNEA: MII-1: Chorus. MOCCIA. JANICE. MOCKOBEY, TOM. MOFFYIT, GENE. MOMBERC. DIANE. MONTGOMERY, DALE. MOON, ELIZABETH: Vit-st Plains: Social Studies, MOO- NEY, ADOLPHUS. MOORE, CHARLI-IS, MOORE, JIM. MOORE, KEN. MOORE, NATHAN. MORLEY, CHARLES. MORLEY CARY. MORRIS, JOHN. MORRISON, DAVID. MORRISON, RONALD. MORTON, BILLY. MOYER, DONALD. MUELLER, LARRY. MULLENAX, SAN- DRA. MULLICAN, PATRICK. MULVIHILL, MICHAEL: Lansfonl, Pa.: Elementary Education: Sigma Tau Gamma: SNI-QA: ACE: Phi Sigma Pi, Treasurer. MURDOCK, MARY. MURRAY, PATRICIA. MUSGRAVE, KENNETH. MYERS, PAUL: Webster Croves: Biology: Alpha Chi Epst- lon,Cl1aplain1Camma Delta, President: Pre-xy Club: Pick and Ilannnt-r Club. NAGEL, ALLEN. NASIR, JAMIL. NAU- SER. JEANNE: St. Louis: English: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Ort-lu-sis: AVS Assn-tnbly: Public Relations Club: Dean's List. NAUSER, JEFFREY: Kansas City: Public- Relations Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sec-rn-tary: Interfraternity Council: Mace anal Torch: Prexy Club: SAM: Newman Club: SCA Senate: SC,-I Iixet-utive Count-il: The Student: Business Manager: Public Relations Club, President: The Student, Cold Honor Key: KCINIW-FM: SCA Liason Committee: Homecoming Committee: Deanls List. NEITZERT, SARAH: Knob Noster: Noeational Home Eco- nomies: Sigma Kappa, President, Jr. Panhellenic Representa- tive: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Omicron Phi, Corresponding Set-re-tary, Keeper of Archives: Colhecun, Recording Secre- tary: Pr:-xy Club: Nickerson Hall, Vice-President: Student llnion Committee, NELSON, JOHN: Maplewood: Econom- ies: Alpha Chi Epsilon. NESBIT, LOIS. NEUHAUSEL, LARRY. NANCY NEUNZERLINC: St. Louis Countyg Psyrhology: Psychology Club: Young Republicans: Newman Club: Student Ifnion Committee: Sociology Club: Archeology Club. . t, ,... ht . if tw' f Q.. 5 A , A , .. . :VCV Vik K' . rtst 1 , tw i 'Jpeg ' A -'-H-ki-if Q ' . .mv "AW, 7 .dl Q 182 , fi 45 -heir -as Q if . + ' gi: P l -, -if A iQ , . t - ,bi .3 5 N , K' '... ' . 3 gd . , .- , it f. '. Q., - 1 f' C '?3w52 iilsi f mg 5 - :nga q' -?'..5,. tt W., as, M. 1 - .....t..,..:.:-.--4. ww illf , ,rs new t .a, 1 5 3' 'Q - M.. . W., ,S t .-A w .- W t 5 v f 3 gm 3 L if s if fl f If L 'QF Q 'IE 5' if S L st z Q ith .tt .S ir ,X fi S t t f fr is vig' X x J' 'I Q 1 s W I . l JBL gp... f- 3- inf" k.,, tt . . 3 5 1,l it S ,,'-- Seniors: New-Pal NEWTIAM, GARY: Ilarilinl Industrial 'IQ-1-linology: ln- tlustrial,-XrtsCluI1,Tn-asure-l': 'Xlpha Chi Epsilon. NEWTIAM, MARTHA. NEWHAM, OVAL. NEWSIIAM, ROBERT. NICKS, JOYCE: Owl-nsvillr-, l'lln-int-ntary liilui-ation: 'tlplia Lambda Di-Ita: Alpha Phi Ile-Ita: Kappa Ili-Ita Pi: SNEA: Assoc, for Childliootl Ed.: I oung Ri-pulvlivans: l3CCI": Ile-an's I,ist. NIELSON, JAMES. NIERMAN, SIZANNE. NIGGLEY, JEAN: Ijutlt-r: lil:-nn-ntary Iiilum-ation: SNICA1 Assot-. for Cliiltlhooml Ed.: Baptist Studi-nt l nion. NISSEN, ANNETTE. NIX, GEORGE. NOBLE, DAVE: St. Louis: Physical lfilum-ation: Tau Kappa Iipsilon1 Industrial Arts Cluh: Dolphins: Pliysival Edu:-ators Club: NI Clulrz Student lnion Commiti-4-1 Swinitning Sports Li-ttcr. NORMAN, MARSHALL. NORRIS, NANCY: Lt-1-'s Surnmit:Spanisli1Alpltal'liilltiltagltloilvrnl"orf-ig:nl.anguage- Cluli: Spanish Clulv. Pri-sitlt-iitg Prexy Clulm: Cm-ns. NOR- TON, JEAN: Kansas City: English: Sigina Kappa, Ist I im'- Prr-siclent, 'I'rt-asurvr: -Xlplia l.ainhda Ili-Ita: Alpha Phi IJ:-lta: Kappa Di-Ita Pi: Sigma 'l'au lbolta, Pri-sitlvnt: SXEX: Pri-xy Club: REV. Coininittt-1-: 'l't'at't'ii- Courti Wir-lu-rson, l'ri-sith-nt: Student Union Commitlm-2 Pmxpli--to-IH-oplv, Studi-nt 'Mn' hassador: Cvwns. Xiu--l'i-1-sitli-tit: THE S'I'lIJEX'l': Iillrif IIUH. Copt Ifllllitt.I'itIItlil',lvHl4IN111II1lll4ltsI'tlrgt'dltIIllttlliil Ili-cognition: Ili-anis List. NURWVOUD, ROBERT. O'BANNON, JOHN. OBERWEATHER, HARVEX. OETTINIQ, NANCY: Com-ortlia: I ocational Ilotnt' licononi- ics: Kappa Ili-Ita Pi: Kappa Omit-ron Phi: Outing Clulm: Col- hvcon: SNI-IA: Cwens3Cliorus. OE'I'I'ING, WAYNE. OGIL- VIE,GORDON. OGLESBEE, JAMES. UHRENBI-IRG, ROBERT. 0'LEARY, TERRENCE. OLESKY, TWYLA. OLIVAR, VINCENT. OLSON, STEPHEN. OMORI, LEI. O'NEAL, JOHN. ONNEAL, PATRICIA. ORCHID, BOB, Hi-nton, Illinois: Physical Erlut-ation: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Physir-al Eduvators Club: XI Cluli: SOA I'ixi'i'utite' Counvil: Ilaslu-thall Sports Letter, OREY, DELLA. ORR, JEAN. ORSON, ERIC: Kansas City: Industrial In-1-ltnologyg Industrial 'trts Club. OSBORN, JERRY: Ilan-ks Crea-kg Ilarlwtingx: Phi Sigma Epsilonx In- tvrfratf-rnity Council: Slnilvnt lnion Connnittz-1-1 Stutlt-nt Inion Calvin:-I1 I't'n-sith-ntis Counril, UWLENS, WIl.I.l.,'tM. OZIAS, JUDY. PACK, BOBBY. PALMER, BILLYE: Warrf-nsliurgzg Nlarke-ting: ll:-lla Ze-ta. Tri-asnrt-r, Prvsnli-nt: Pr:-xy Cluh: Young llc-:not-rats: 5-XXI: Nattiiigt-r Rf-4-orilinp Svcretary: I'vople--to-Pt-opli-. PALMER, LINDA. PAL- MER,PHYLLIS. Seniors: Pan-Pie PANGBORN, BlI,I,II-1. PARIIEYNSKI, EI.I,I'iN. PARK, BOB, Ilim-li Ilill: Pliysicul Iillum-Minn: Phi Signiu Epsilon, Iimw--I'y'vsi1lf-lil: SNP-I: Pllysinuil Ifmlllrutirrs llluliz Nl Ciluli, I'ri-sill:-ul: Pr:-xy lflulig Foullmll and Track Spurts lrtlf-rs. PARKER, IIAROLD, PARRIIl'RST, FRANCES. PARKS, KERMIT. PARKS, TIIOMAS. PARSONS, JIM. PARSONS, RIIIIIARD. PASSIGLIA, JOE. PATE, IIAROLYN. PA'I'I'ERSON, DEANNAg li11Ie-pl-u- iii-iivvg Nlusiw: -Xlplia l,uniIidd IJ:-Ilug Ilpha Phi ll:-lm: Kappa llc-Ilii I'i: life-sc-4-iulug SNICAL M-ull-r N im--l'i-i-siili-lil: llwensg lfliuir: lilinrusg NIITWQ. PA'I'I'ERSON, NANCY, Wliilvlnau .Xir Form- Buss-: Elvuu-ulury l'fulm-gilimiz Sig-Lina Kappa: Pun- hellenic' ljmirilz SXICX: Stud:-ul l uiun Clfuuiiiilli-1-3 Penplv- lu-I'm-uplv: ljmrlis. I'A'I"I'ERSOlN, Rl'TII. PA'I'I'ERSON, SUSAN, Wliili-imui Iir Iforrv Iiusm-3 I-111-nwulury Iicliivzitioiig Sig1iiiu5igg1iiu Sig1ui.i:SNI'fA: Dnlpliius. PAXINOS, GERRYQ Pitlsliurgli, l'l-nnsylwuni.i: llc-neral Xluiiliglmxu-lil: Tlivlu lfliiz FAU, PAYNE, DORLA. PAYNE, GARY. PEMBLETON, ED: Hull: Iiinliwggg Tuu Kappa I-lpsillmg lnlerfiutvrnilw llnunril: lima Bc-la Iii-lu: Klum- Sa 'lion-Ii: Outing lllulnz SNK-X: SMX l'lu-r-11Iiw- lluum-il, Nice'- Pri-si1Il'nl: Sluclvul llnion liurulnillc-1-.I'ENDI.E'I'0N, DEN- NIS. PENDIIETON, GARY. PENNINILTON, EMMAg Kansas lfilx: lil:-l1lr'1ilul'y Pillwuliun. PERKINS, TIII'iI.fIIA: Iulli- unnlu. lima: ICI:-im-nl.iry Ifdiiruiliuii: SYEX: XI 1-sl:-y, Sec-rw l.u'y: Stumlf-nl luiun lfnrnmill:-in I'ERI.ENFEIN, Rl'BY. PERME, SUEQ Kauiszis llilyg Mwul Nlusii-1 Sigiim Kappa: 4.11--4-1-ruin, Sm-rs-Izil'y: Iiuptisl Slumli-nl lhinn: lizilmnu: AWS Xssviiilwly: Studi-nl l niun lluinniillm-v1llhuirg Iliillul lim-imp ullinli. PERRY, DIANEgKivliHilI1XIusirqIJ:-lla Zvla,liurn-spuml ing S1-r-rn-tary: lIi'c-sc-e-mln: SNICAQ Y:-Liter Vim--I'rz-sid:-iilg Slumli-nl l'niun liunmiitlm-1-1 I'coplc--ln-Pc-uplc: liunil: Orclivsl- ra: lfhuir. PERRY, ELINOR. PERRY, KENNETH, PET- ERSON, EDWARD. PETERSON, JEFF. PETRI, GARY. PETRIE, ELLEN. PE'I'I'Y, JAMES. PFEIFFER, ROBERT. PHILBRICK, Sl'I'Ig We-iada: Iilz-nn-ulury I'Idiu'uliuii: SNEX: 'Xssm-. fur liliildlwml I'id,g l Clflf. PHILGREEN, SHARON. PHILLIPS, GEORGE. PHIL- LIPS, RICHARD, Yurhorne: Pliy-ical Edu:-ation: SNE.-X: Pliysiz-al Educators lilubq XI lllulvg Ifuulball Sports Letter. PHIPPS, MARY, PIEPMEIER, SANDRA. Q',.r i E rff""M Q. L 11.4 ,' 0 M ' I f u ffgii .5 z- " I ,W .Q , . ., f if ' .- . 2 ilk . 9' 5 and i'-' A ji Jil . H HI , , Mil .wg . - 'gf 5, . . 'OW' ' 1. if 5, I :Air E ,U ,A it xi B27 I ,. . . ,.,,., .. . f.. .f,-f. , gh,-,E 51, mx 5. ",,g ,1gL. M 'ff 52 X fwiffg- ' c. gm, L L I I I f::1f.-:fm 1 -: Q- :- -, Q. - . A 4 K A .. .sn .lp X 184 '+A' I ' .:f"'if 'Mi I I 'Y A Y 'Nga i aw-ss. 181815 'UMR Wvwgi? .lg 5-Qv K, ,. , kg wa A-5. '- , . ,V.V K .f.,kk 55- 35 .. , 118 W' um' 1 fr m - ,,,- -X . , M Q.. . if 185 Seniors: Pie-Rea PIERCE, BEN. I'II'iRGI'i, JUDYL Kirlywuml: lflu-iiu'liluI'y Iflluvalimvii: Signiu Kdppu. Rvg1islrai'1FYl-iK1 Xl.l'i: lilllfllllll. PIKE. EUGICNIC. PILAND, RICHARD, Imlm-pi-nil:-nrz'1 Sperm-li ami Ilruni.i1 M-zirizi. Rush i1liuirin.iu, lllmplziiiig hm-rf fraternity 4ini1nm'il1 111511 l'luy:'l'eL 'lilivld Xlpliu l'hi: lfrvf- 1-ending Mining: lh-imwim-1 I.i.il1una:S1A l'ixe-1-uliw Vuum-il: Sluih-nt l niuu l.uiniiiillm': Rlll'i'liOll1 l.huir: Rulilulllvvl Play:-rs. PIRAGIS, EDXYARD. Pl'I'l'MAN, MARK. l'I'l'TS, Clllllk. VOLIARD, DALE. l'0I.l.MAN. Rl'l'A. I'0l.l.OCK. Rll.l.. PORTER. GAROLY N. POSTEN. JOIIINENIIG. l'OW'ICLL, CHARl.ESg Sl:-n.irlvill1': I'liyfiml l"inlu1'.iliun: l'lnNir.il Edmuilui' lilulr: Xli-wuri Xxilrcimiuii hir Ill-zillh. l'liyai4'al Education aml lim-iw-.ilimii Xixieriran X-wvigliun lin llmillli. llliysival l'iill1r'.iliun ximl Rn-4'1'c-z1liuii:X .irsilylluskz-Ilr.ill,I"OW1 ELI., ROI'II'iR'I'. I'UW'I'1LI.., SHARON, Sh-mziI'lnillt': Busini-ss licliic-ailimig -Xlifliu Signia Alpliu. Rush lllmirimmz SNK-K: Busim--.N lC4liu'uIimi llluliz AWS Ns:-1-uihly: lille-er' leadvrz Sports Qui-rn liailuliilalv: Bvsl lin-ssl-il Girl Filiulisl. POWVERS. LINDA. I'RA'l'l'. RON: liz-nlmlizil Mwwriiiililigi Alpha lflii l-Qpxilouz M-r-miiiliiig lllulvg SXNI. PRI-ISBLRY. JOANNIC. l'Rl1ll-1, DONNA. PRICE, JUS!-1l'llgtill-nsiilv. Pa.: lilr-im-iilury Ifiliim-.ilimiz Phi Signizi lipfilmi: Mill: Psy- clmlugy llluhz Mining Kr-pulylivurisg l4'Cl": Stull:-nl lniuu Cummillm-1Rlll'i'l'0li:l'hi5igniz1l,i, N ive'-l'i'1'e-inln-nl. PROCTOR. ROSHMARY. PROSSER. Dill GLA5. PKRVIS, JAMES: l'lvuN.xiil Hill: Xlatln-iiiailirs: huppd llc-ltzl Pi: Kappa: Xlu lipsilunz lmlufirial Arlk lllulv, PYLE, GEOR- GIA, Yr-v.ul.i1 Npainiflig .Xlphu Lunilnlzi ll:-lm. Sm-vrz-l,.iryg Alpha l'hi ll1'll.i: Kipp.: llvlln I'i: 5Xl'iX: l.l.ilmnzi: Xlli.iur'x- Fram-axis. Xin-1--l'n-,idx-iii: llmmrs l'rugruni. QADDOURA, SAMIR. QUl'l'l'ER, MARY. RAGES, ROBERT. RAGLAND, jlLL. RAINS, I-'Rl'1DAl.YN. RAKER, RICHARD. RAMSEY, WIl.l.lAMg Dixon. 'Xgru-llllsiiir-az-1 Xlpliu lilii Epsilon: Agriviillim- lfluh: S-XXI: Rillc- lllulvl RANDALL, RAY. RANDOLPII, ROLAND. RANKIN, GEORGE. RAPP, BOB. RAY, LILLIANQ Sm-4l.iliu: l-il:-im-nl.u'y l'i4li1milimi: SNES: ACI-I. RAY, LINDA. RAYMOND, JAMES. RICADECK- ER, DOROTHY . READECKER, ROBIN. Seniors: Rec-Sac RECIITERMAN, ANITA. REIITOR, GILBERT, Hig- ginwville, Physit-al Edu1'ation, Physival l'iclum'ators Cluh, M Cluh, Football Sports l.ettvr. REHKOP, MARY, Higgins- ville, Art Education, Ii:-ta Alpha, SNEA, REINDERS, ALLAN, Ruthvcn, Iowa, 'Nlarlu-ting, Young Hepuh'ic-ans, S-UI, REYNOLDS, GLENDA. RHODES, LOUISE, Appl:-ton City, Englialt and Speech, Sigma Kappa. RHODES, RONALD, Appleton City, Social Studies and English, Sigma 'l'au Cantina, Young R4-puhlivans. RICE, RONALD, Kansas City, lluaim-ss. Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Young Demovrata, SAW, Phi ll:-Ia Lanthda. RICHARD, BOB. RICHARDSON, JAMES. RICHARDSON, WILLIS. RIDENHOUR, JERRY. RIEKHOI-', EDWIN. RIEKHOF, JUNE. RILEY, SANDRA. RINGEN, MINTER, Sn-tlulia. Phy-it-al Erluf-ation, SNEA, l'liysit-al Eduvalors Cluh. RINNE, IIELMAR, Higginsville, Physical Education. SNR-X.l'l1g.sir-ul limlucators Club. XI-Club, lfootlnall Sports Letter. RIPLEY, LINDA, Nloundwillc, Soci- ology. Alpha Otnivron Pi. Rm-oriling Svcretary, Stud:-nt Ivnion Committee, Pre-law Clnlm, Sociology Cluh. RIVERA, MARTI, Tuscon, Elenwntary lislttt-ation. Alpha Gamma Del- Iu, Panhelh-nic Couneil, Dolphins, 'l'rr-asurvr, SNEA. Amor. l'or Childhood Ed., Modorn l-'on-ign Language Cluh. Student llnion Committee, liantl, On-ln-stra. Choir. ROBERTS, GEORGE. ROBERTS, JUDY, Elllorado Springf, Cltvmistry. Alpha Phi Sigma. Secretary, 'Xlpha Lanthrla lit-lta, Yin-e-President, -Xlpha Phi Delta. Sigma Kota, lxappa Nlu Ep:-ilon, Honors Program. Young Deniovrat-, -'lun-rim-an Clie-mit-al Society, -NYS Xssentbly, Judiviary lfouti1'il,Cwe'n:-. M-aler Hall Presi- dent, Rhetor First Prinee-s, Mite-rim-alt Royal Queen Candi- elatv. ROBERTSON, DARREL. ROBEY, JIQDITH. ROBISON, CHARLES, lmlc-pemln-m-e, Elementary Educa- tion, SNEA, Liahona, ROBINSON, RANDOLPH. ROCKMAN, JOHN. ROE, JOHN. ROHRS, CARY, Independence, Political Sc-ie-in-Q-, Sigma Pi, CNSC Players, SGA Senate, SGA Exevutive- Count-il, Student lnion Com- mittee, Circle K llluh. ROGERS. CHERYL. ROSE, KENNETH. ROSE, WILLIAM. ROSENBOOM, MYRON. ROSS, EARL. ROSS, MARY, Seclalia, Sp:-et-lt, Kappa Delta Pi, CNSC Players, 'l'hc-ta .Xlpha Phi. ROWLAND, LARRY. ROYER, KEITHANNE. RUDA, VINCENT, Warrens- hurg, English, Outing Cluh, Proxy Clnh, Young Democrats, Student ltnion Comntitlc-e, Assoriation ol' Independent Stu- dents, President. RUFENACHT, VELMA. SABELLA, MICHAEL. SACK, CONNIE, California, l-ilemc-ntary Edu- 1'ation,On'ltesis, 5'Nl'14,Assot-.fortlhiltlhood Ed., President, Pr:-xy Cluh, Newman Cluh. 'Sl ,. bf iw 1 nr- .. N... ::'e.3'..f:'lI ES? QEMELW Iii it ' , t Ya K .au , . 2, B 2 5332? . ......... 'J .wo . "Y if 5, -a-3, .. 'fjgj"" as --7 , A 3 . .,,,. 'ATE' , 'We Eft W I I f if . We ,W 'J L, .. . K -me f L . . . it , z '3' fb . J. .5 in if 'I' I ll fn- .. Effi-' R' rl.-:ra I , it-'Aft . S. ' ii ' .QV ' m'm, Q 5.55 3 A :, Q il f ' if-41.5 M Q' il A ' J' ' ' A I f f , . . A.. -5. Q l it Q , ar K x J? .-" '-3552.25-:',.i::-"I ?Z.t2f2'T5IW'Q5'1V.!i5f f--"iSE,.9iE'::. :E f:,'?Ef'jfl . 3Q'5'YL?9'f55'1?' -tj , ' ' .- gfegia: f ' ' If 5 ' is Ii is K i M .. Q '4 at 9. if K' s i x . F" z 5:55. , J... , , - g m - f.. Seniors: Sad- ch SADLER, CAROLg Warrcnsburgl. llusint-ss. SNICA. Baptist Student Lnion. SALISBURY, JOHN. SANDERS, BEN. SANDERS, GENE. SANDERS, SANDRA. ROBERT. SANTI-.LLA ANTHONY. 5A'I'I'ERWHITI'.. HARRY. A'A" SANDIDGE, PHYt.1.ts. SANDIDGE, max. sANnY, ffmf SAULSBURY, JERRY, Liberty, Niarketing, Theta lllti. Spanish Club. SAUNDERS, DOROTHY. SAUNDERS, HELEN. SAVITSKE, JUNE. SCHAEFFER, JOYCE. SCHAFER, ROBERT, Maplewood, Nlarkcting. SAM. SCHATTE. ROBERT, Chicago. Social Studies. SNI-M. Young Republicans. Social Science Club. Newman Club. SCHEER, GLEN. SCHEIDERER, PATRICIA: Salis- bury, Elementary Education, SNICA. Assoc. for Childhood Ed., Prexy Club. North Hall President. Chorus, SCHELL- HARDT, LYNN. SCI-IIENI, BETTY, Salisbury. Set-rt-tarial Science. Alpha Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary. lst Vice-President, Proxy Club, Secretarial Science Club, Pri-sident, AWS Asst-lnbly, Recording Secretary. Chorus. Phi lie-la Lambda. SCHLAP- PER, SHIRLEY: New Franklin. Biology. Delta fe-la. SCHLER, ROSAMOND: Boonville-. Nlarlfteting. V1 RA. SANI. Phi lieta Lambda. SCHLOMAN, HAROLD. SCHLUETER, LARRY. SCHLUP, HILTON. SCHMIDT, GLENQ Washington, General Business, Young Republicans. SAM. Public Rela- tions Club. SCHMIDT, GLORIA. SCHMIDT, RICHARD. SCHMITZ, MICHAEL. SCHNEIDER. DOROTHY: Owensville. Elementary Iftltt cation. Alpha Lambda Delta, Treasurer. Alpha Phi llc-Ita SNEA. Assoc. for Childhood I-ld., Young Republicans, l'tIlll" Dcan's List. SCHOOLER, DAVID. SCHOTT, LONNIE. SCHOWALTER. TIM. SCHRAMM, JUDITHQ California, Business Education. Band. Secretarial Science Club. Presi- dent. Phi Beta Lambda. I ice-I'rt-sid:-nt. " v l ' f-K.,-M y , SCHREIBER, HENRY. SCHRIMSI-IER. ELLEN t H ,Q ii, R X. sl 4 5 ,A .si .-S' jf SCHROEDER CAROL. SLHULH WILLIAM ii' SCI-IULTE.SANNIE. , .- . . i . . A Q 1 ... ..+', ,. tl' 'f ... ig f' .If Magi. 6 ,. +1 'tt if fi Seniors: Sch-Sha SCHUPP, DENNIS. SCHUPP, NORMA. SCHUSTER, RICHARD. SlIHWAR'I'Z, MARII.YNg llaledun, N J.: Hnglisli: Alpha Sigma Alplia: SNICAQ Ne-wman Clulmg AWS Xssa-mlnly: Stud:-nt l niun llminnillm-, SCIIWUARZ, JOHN, l..1wsun: Nlzllll: SRE X: II 1-slvy. SCHWARZ, LARRY. SCO'I'l', COLLEN. SCOTT, JACK. SCO'I'I',JAMES. SCOTT, LARRY. SCOTT, LENNYg Clinton: Business: SNEA: Diemer Hall, Treasurer: Phi Beta Lambda. SCOTT, LESLIE. SCOTT, MARvISg Kansas City: Elementary Ed.: SNEA. SCO'I'l', NEWBERRY. SCOTT, ROBERT. SCOTT, VERNON. SEARCY, WILMA. SEAVERS, GARY. SECHREST, BOB, Kansas lilly: Public Relations: Young Democrats: SAM: Tha- S'l'l'lll'iN'l': Public Rc-lations Society. SECK. MILDREDg lmle-pf-mlm-noe: Ele-mvntary l'1d.:5Nl-lA. SEDEN, LINDA. SEIFERT, EDWARD. SEIFERT, PATRICIA. SELLECK, PETER. SELLMAN, JOSEPH. SEMON, JUDY. SENTER, LARRY. SEWARD, DIANA: Camden: Business: Sigma Sigma Sigma: SNEA: Hnuts-Hos- 1-yg Nlajorettf-, SEWELI., RICHARD. SEXTON, JANET: Histnry Club: Sorial Solen:-e Club: SNICA. SEYMOUR, DAVID. SEYMOUR, GLEN. SHACKEL- FORD, BILL. SCHACKELFORD, MARY ANNQ War' rensliurgg Home licnnumif-sg Alpha Uniirrun Pi: Kappa Omi- vmn l'lii, Cor, Sz-vrm-tary: Cnlln-4-nn, Wim- President: SNEA, SHAFFER, JAMES: l.nnz' Javk: l'sym-lmlugy: Psycfhirltrgy Club, Pr:-sidventg SAM. SHANK, JOHN. SHARP, RICHARD, Kirkwood: In- dustrial Artsg Industrial Arts Cilulr. SHARP, STEPHEN. SHARPE, JAMES. SHAUGIINESSY, JOSEPH. 3 if I sh. .aw 55 .. 1 vw- i w . l . .5 7 U A, 3.1. - K up " 'H . . s . -ff-Y mfs.,-.9e.:f, V. - ' l K gl ' I .M l -' ii 1? 'If 1"-: I , X I?::.:, ..,7.'1!if 1. f. 'sr ' fa H. il! R. .gk K it we .- 1' as X Ji X 1 ia. il. 4 ' fa. 4 S J H - 4 r Q Q f - ,565 ' D fx V. 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SHIDLER, JEAN. SI-IIELDS, DALE. SHICLEY, JOYCE: Sedalia: Elementary Ed.: SNEA. SHIPMAN, WILLIAM: Pilot Grove: Law Enforct-tnent and Political Science: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Student Union Com- mittee: Law Enforcement Club. SHOCKLEY, SHARON. SHOEMAKE, LARRY. SHORE, RICHARD: Lone jack: Math: Kappa Mu Epsilon: SNEA. SHORT, JANE. SHOTWELL, JULIANNE. SHOUSE, SAM. SHROUT, KENNETH. SHRUM, GEORGE. SHULI., JUDY: Carrollton, Sociology: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Cor. Secretary: SCA Senate: AWS Assembly, Cor. Secretary, President: Houts-Hosey, President: Miss Cemo. SILLS, AUDREY. SILVER, PATRICIA. SIMINIS, JOYCE. SIMMONS, GIFFIN. SIMMONS, PAUL. SIMMONS, SHERRY. SIMMONS, WILLIAM. SIMON, KENNETH. SIMS, MARY JANE: Jefferson City: Sociology: Assoc. for Childhood Ed.: Psychol- ogy Club: Student Union Cabinet: Student Union Committee: Sociology Club, President. SINCLAIR, EMMA. SINGLETON, BARRY. SINNETT, LORE'I'I'A. SISSON, CHARLES. SLAUGHTER, LOUIS. SMETZER, ANN, SMITH, ARCH. SMITH, BE'I'I'Y. SMITH, DIANE. SMITH, CAROLYNN. Seniors: Smi- te SMITH, CORLISS. SMITH, DARLENE. SMITH FRANK. SMITH, HUGH. SMITH, JENNALEA. SMITH, JAUN. SMITH, LAWRENCE. SMITH, LYLE. SMITH, MARY. SMITH, MILVIN. SMITH, RON. SMITH, ROSE, SMITH, SHARON. SMITH, STEPHEN. SMITH, WILLIAM. SMITHERS, CHARLENE. SMYER, MERLE. SNIDER, GERALD. SNIPES, jOANNg Vi arrensliurgg English, Kappa Della Pig Sigma Tau Delta: SNEA: NC'I'Ii, SOENDKER, ,IERALDQ Napoleon: Physical Education: Acacia: SNEM Physical Educators Club, SOENDKER, MYNNA. SOLOMON, KEITH. SONGER, MARY. SOPER, MARCIA. SOPH, GARY. SOUTHERS, CHARLES. SPADAFORA, FRANCES. SPEARS, ERMA. SPELLMAN, HANK, Sedalia: Physical Education, M Club: Football Sports Letter: AAHPERQ MSHPER. SPILLMAN, DONNIE. SPRINGER, DAVID. STANKA, MARIETTA. STAN- LEY, MARY. STARKE, HONOR. STARR, DOROTHY. STEELE, CEROLD. STEEN, WANDA. STEGNER, DELORES: Pilot Grove, Vocational Home Economics: Colhecon, Corresponding Secretary: Kappa Omicron Phi, 2nd Vice--President, Alpha Phi Dellag Kappa Delta Pig SNEAQ Dean's List. STEIN, DIANE. STEINER, MARLISE. ..-....., w w, n??iE53S,Z:'-fri-:S I: Sexfiiiiix " , .. ...nn H25--ff. 29 9 flip, W . .- 1: I . N E-'X - his iii: ' 5 " is fl nz 'Y gy w mn v -.,, M i Y iw 1 ll 2 K ij I ,AI Q3 421 f 2 x 4 fa M ,U ,Q ,. .9 ,M , -, Z-51 L- :fi , f y l .. . Q. , 'Wgfif,'1fQEzf:?15x55 A , ' ' I M "W '- -, - g , wa ,.-. K, I .4 f,, ,,.L ,,,,,,:p 3 .sf'fv,'-14: y ,g P-, ,L - -1,-,mf A ,- , ,ii - - i K f 'T- 34551 'i .-1 5233 5'- ,, xi ll Y gl gg, M' mei- Q Gr, r' W 5, S .3 1 L iiii A Sipia RRAE1 ..., . . . . K, -,,,.w 'i'-v'?1.-f F f,f:'5 -' 1, - ff'S' ,":':: 51 5 -'7l"'il-ii' ,. fsziiif ' ' ': il' .L QW -ig. aw ly K R H MPEIQFN K I 2.3 ,i gf 4 If S, 5 -2 2, -Q . , , . -- -- ---v1 - , ,fi-,,, . 7 ,,, '. ,-, .- . 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Seniors: Ste-Tat STELZER, MADELYNQ Sl. l.ouisg English: Alphu l'hi Dc-lla: Alpha Phi Siguiai: Kappa Dm-ltu l'i, Pri-sialc-nl: Siginzi Tun De-lla: English liluh, S4-L-rvhiryz l'rn-xy Chili: Allium-if l"lranr'aia1-1 llonors Program. STEPHENS, DENNIS. STE- PHENSON. JOHN. STEVENS. BRENDAQ Marxhullg lfnglishg llvllu Ze-la. l'urliume-nluriuiiz Stud:-nl Union flom- niiltrv. STEVENS, DORISg I f-rsuillc-sz Xlusiv: fIn-sc-4-mlo: llund:Orrlwe-tru:lIl1oruf1XlliNlf. STEVENSUN. MARYQ lil:-rm-nlury liclucaliong Inlcrnalionul ll:-lations llluhg Baplisl Studs-nl l'nion: Chorus. STILL, MARGARET. STONE. RLTSSELLg Kansas Lily: Spf-i-1-li Correction: SNK.-X: Assoi-. for llhilrlhood Ed.:B.ipiifiS1mh-ni I niong liamlg Klhorur-. STONER. I'I'IYLLISg Dre-xc-lg Busi- nc-ss: SNl'lAg Busim-as I-Irluvalion Club: SAM: Phi lla-lu Lumhda. STUNUM., JOYCEg l'olo1 Busiiuws: SNIQA, 'l'rva- survr: Bu-im-ss lfduvulion lllulm: llund: Chorus, STORMS, ALVIN. STOVS, ELIZABETII. STOVALI., JOANNQ liliivagog Biology: Baillie-I Studvnl liiion: Iliiil-', STRAND. NANCY. STREIT, MARY. STRIDER, JANICE. STRIEBY, DANAgl1linIong linglishg Alpha Omirron Pig Sigma Tau lI1'lIilL SNEAQ lfnglish lfluhg Young D1-niovratsz I CCF: Stud:-nl lnion llonimitlm-, STROTHER. JERRY. STLMPENHAUS. LARRY. STURGISHIANET. SUDDATII, JUDY. SULLIVAN. PATRICIA. SULLI- VAN, THOMAS. SIYMMERS. BILL. SUMMERS, JAN- I'lI.Lg Xliii.i:lli1sim--15: Nlpha l,amlul.i Delia: Alpha Phi llvllali llwf-ns: 'l'oihl Recording Ser-ri-lnry: Phi Brlil Lamlula: Pi Oine-ga Pi:Mmnglbf-inovrais:SN!-1.-X: Alpha0mim-ronI'i. SUTTON. GARY. SWALLOW, RAYMOND. SWARTZ, SUSAN. SWOFFER, IIIIARLOTTE. SYNOVIEC, SUE. TACBI'I'I'I', JOHN. 'I'ACKI'I'I'I'. MARJORIE. TAG- GART, DAVID. TAI.CO'I'I'. KENNI:ITII. TAIAIO'I'I', MARIAN. TALLEY, KENNETH. TALLEY, LINDA. TANDY, PHILLIIH lndeps-mh-in-f-1 Spanish: Liahonug Chorus. TAM- BOREI.I.A, JOE. TATE. VIVIAN. Seniors: Tau-Tur TAUNT, JACK. TAVERNARO, ROBERT, Kansas City: Physival Ifduvalionq 'l'au Kappa Epsilon: Physical liduvalors Club: Nmunan Clubg llie-nn-rg Intramural Counril: Narsity Ifoolllallli Xarsily Trai-k. TAYLOR. DOREENQ Nlilfonl. N. J.: Eli-inf-ntary Ed.: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Dolphins: SNHA: Assor. for Childhood lid.: Proxy Clubg AWS Assvinbly. Rf-C. Svc-ri-tary: Judiciary Couni-il: Y van-r. Pre-sidentl llonn-4-oining Que-4-n. N041 .-Yr-an-ia Pajama Qui-on Candidatv. TAYLOR, JACK.TAYLOR,GI'INI'I. TEATICR, ROBERT. TEMPLE, ROBERT, Kansas City. History: Alpha Phi Oni:-ga: Prexy Club: Young Ri-puhlicans: Social Si-ia-in-v Club: Cantvrbury Club: Religious I,ifo Coun- 1-il:SlL'X Senate: llislory Club: Russian Club. TENO. HIDE- ZIRO. TETLEY, FRED. TEYIS. CAROL. AV. ,VKL ,.. AAI THIES, DAVID. THOMAS, DWIGHT. THOMAS, ED- A - WARD. THOMAS. JANE. THOMAS, JIM, Kansas City: Industrial Kris: Sigma Tau Caniina: Industrial Kris Club: SNICNL Sludx-nl l nion 4.onimillc-1-. THOMAS, Jl'DI. THOMAS, LALLAII. THOMAS, LAR- RY. THOMAS, LINDAQ Kansas City: Comme-ri-ial Art: Alpha Phi Dvllag Rvligious Life Couuvil. LCCIS. Pri-side-nl: RHICT Rlll'iTOHg Hand: Orch:-slrag Proxy Club. THOMAS TERRY. TIIUNIPSUN, D-tNllf1I.g Ultonma. la.: llusnu-ss: Xlpha Kappa Lambda: Barrislvrs: Pr:-xy Club: Newman Club: SC.-X SL-nan-1 SGA Honor Ks-yg Judi:-iary Conn:-ilg lluclson. THOMPSON, DONALD. THOMPSON, DONALD. THOMPSON, JERRIAN. THOMPSON. SANDRA. THliRl,0W. CAROL. TIVIS, JAMES. TODD, DAR- REL. TOOMAY, WESLEY. THOl'GH, JL'DY. TOUSLEY, JOANNA. TRAUGOTT, NATALII-I. TRA- VIS, RONALD. TRITICO, MARIl.YNg Ind:-ps-iirlvlicez Social Studie-s: SNK.-K: Y oung Republn-ans. Treasure-r: Social Sr-if-:iw Club1Canlf'rbury Club:R4-ligiousI,if1'Couln'il1REIT Connnitls-4-. TROUT, PEGGY: Polo: Elvin:-nlary lid.: SNHAQ Assoc. for Childhood Ed., Cor. Sm-re-tary. TICKER. CLARAQ Summersvillvg l-ilf-rnc-mary lid.: Cres- cendo: SNK.-X1 Assoc. for Childhood l'i4l.1 Cosmopolilon Club: Baptist Sludf-nt liniong Hand: Chorus. TIFCKER, FRANK- IE. Tl'CKER, MYRANg Indvpf-nal:-nm-3 Iflomvnlary' Ed.: SNIQA. TUCKER, TOMMY. TURNER, JOSEPH, Inde- pz-iide-iim-: Hisloryg Alpha Phi Sigma: 'Wave and Torvh: Pre-xy Club: llislory Club, Pre-sidvnl: Phi 'Xlpha The-ta, Pr:-side-nt. wg N"'9i0 W R - f i -Q-.qfygfsats-if Q i a 7 -. . . 37 .. , I in 53. -.- --f-.li FSS? ,g K , Y if if W i -. X r I 1 if i + X a , if . A "1 f if ju V L . L L J-.ff , . w f' ...Sf Eif if 'Is 1 s i Q' fi 1 1 gi, F., , if J 70 Z l 429 X 5 J 1 Nw l W ww - ',..4- ' A-N f r'r - I V ..L,V . I A li-i , "lr-- . + .,. rw-- if if 'UQ . . I 1' w f 1 ggi., J . I ,s Q in of 5- A I I g - Ji' 1: 7 ,, f ..s...L.,. , - 1 an , 5 W2 Seniors: Upt-Wei UPTON, SAM. URNER, ANTHONY. URNER, STAN- LEY. UYENO, SHARON. VANARSDALL, JAMES: Sibley, Ile-nc-ral Business: Alpha Kappa Lambda: Young Doin- or-rals: SAM: Hudson Dormitory Officer: Chorus: Phi Iii-tu Lambda. VANDERHAEGHEN, PETE. VANDERMAN, JUDITH. VAN DORN, MARILYN: Des Xloinr-s: Matin-inaticlsl Alpha Gamma Dc-lla: Panhellvnir Council: SNEAQ Assn:-. for Child- hood Ed.: Young Republicans. VAN METER, LEE. VAN- DERPOOL, ROY. VELASQUEZ, ANGELO: Chicago: Physivul Education: l'hi Sigma I'ipsilongSNl'1A1Physival Educators Club: Xl Club: Ni-wman Club: Base-ball Sports I.:-tter: AAIIPER. VICK, DON. VILLARS, ROBERT. VOELKER, WILLIAM. WACKHER, ROSANN. WAFEI., WILBER: Warsaw: Physical Education: Industrial Arts Club: SNEAQ l'hysial Educators Club. WAISNER, GARY: I.inc-oln: Industrial Arts: Industrial Arts Club, Secre- tary, Vice-President: SNEA: Wesley. WALKER, Cl.0l- DE'I'I'E. WALKER, COZEL. WALKER, KATHERINE. WALKER, STANLEY. WALKER, TERRY. WALLACE, GERALD: Clinton: Accounting: Alpha Kappa Lambda: English Club: Accounting Club. WALLIS, ELAINE. WAL- TON, DONNA. WALTON, BILL. WARDEN, JERRY. WARDER, DALE. WARE, EVERETII WATERS, BEVERLY. WATERS, JOSEPH. WATERWORTII, INEZ. WATSON, JAMES. WATSON, SARA. WATTS, CARL. WEBB, GERALDINE. WEBER, DANIEL. WEBER, MICHAEL. WEHMEIR, CARLA: Tipton: Speech: Alpha Gamma Delta: Panhe-llenic Council: Crescvndo: SNEA: As- soc. for lihildhood Ed.: Chorus. WELCH, RON. Seniors: Wel-Wil WELLINGTON, LINDA. WELLS, BENNIE. WELP- MAN, FRANKLIN. WELSH, DONNA. WELSH, DON NIE. WELSH, MARIETTA. WESSON, SAMMY. WESTON, DON. WESTRUP, WALTER. WEXLER, LOIQIS. WHEATON, TOM: Glastonbury, Conn,: History: Alpha l'hi Omega, Historian: Young Republicans, Treasurer: Soc-ial Scienet- Club: Religious Life Council: UCCF: REW Commit- tee: People-to-People: German Club: History Club: Archt-olo, gy Club. Yice President. WHEELER, MANON. WHITAK- ER, LINDA. WHITE, DONALD: Brentwood: Business: Theta Chi: SGA Senate. WHITE, GREGORY. WHITE, IOHN. WHITE, JUDITH. WHITE, KEN. WHITE, LOUIS: Warrensburg: Chemistry: Sigma Zeta, Treasurer: American Chemical Society: Wesley, Slate Trea- surer: Honors Program, WHITE, PEGGY: California: Ele- mentary Education: Alpha Phi Delta: SNEA: Assoc. for Childhood Ed.: Baptist Student lnion. WHITE, ROGER. WHITE, WILLIAM. WHITESIDE, LARRY. WHITING, DARYI.. WHITING, TED. WHOLF, RICHARD: Kansas City: Elementary Ed.: SNI-lA: Cosmopolitan Club: Young Demot-rats: Religious Life Coun- cil: Wesley: BEW Committee: Band. WHYTE, BILL. WIEGNER, SELMA. WIERSCHEM, KURT: St. Louis: Marketing: SAM: Newman Club: Foster Hall oflicer: Phi Beta Lambda: Soccer Club. WILDE, CHARLIE. WILES, JOYCE. WILES, MARY: ,lamesporlg Elementary Ed.: Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice President: Alpha Phi Delta: SNEA: Assoc. for Childhood Ed.: Newman Club: Student Enion Committee: Cwens, Historian: RHETOR: Yeater-Todd Glee Club. WILLENBRING, ELIZABETH. WILLIAMS, CAROL: Kingston: Elementary Ed.: SNEA. WILLIAMS, DELORES: Clinton: Nlusic: SNEA: Baptist Student lfnion: Band: Orchestra: MENC. WILLIAMS, JESSIE. WILLIAMS, JOHN. WILLIAMS, MARIE. WILLIAMS, MERLE. WILSON, DIANA. sq.-' , ,J M Ai K I f 'mf ...Miki X ,. . 5 ,fi 3, 2 ,E - 1 . mfs, Q , y ...q Lu., y , V. 'si any ,:,,V,V .:,,. 1 I f , if 'Q L ttflvi we I : 6 W. ,.. J., K, 2 44' I W : 1 K. M., , K 4 1 Q Bi 2 F, 'FZ'-9 1 ,ss- , 'fs' f sy: ,L ff' I A . ,. If 'i ,Q ' A ,. we ESQ - i mi .. 5,-'f '53, ,, if' lf, '- 1 E In Q6 0. 1 194 'few ii-, A fasfgai I, I ,,4 51 f ,S H. .f .f Q W t if af'-ff .M'T2?'iZ14iEffL.ff, L ifiwigw ' I QA Ami fwmuutl. g.,+ ...m-4 I ,. ,f , - V , , WW L'-' - 'fiff-If ' . I It In fn? mm 'nun-W - It . . . , I WILSON MI1 HALI W .urn n lxur 1 un WEN, .V 231,11 I Swiii?-F YI, : ., ,,.: ef N' , 233 I 5 I 5' '57 I Q, 4 '-Ii: 'X mv: ---k , 7.f,. ,I -,k. I ,., Y-,Z K, mx, R , it 1 5 'SWA I 3 7,-V I I u nt jmxmwggg vi if It Q :Mm I 4 .53, f in ' N Rayumn Q3 h 'V I3 H ZYSKOWSKI, NORRENE. BUHR, DIANAg Tlorissanlz - Elemm-nlary Iitluvatinng Outing 1IluIm, 51-vrf-luryg SYI-lk: As- lgf, 0, N sbt-. fur lllnilcllmod lid.: Ne-wnutn1Ilulu:1llmrus. CRINGAN, STARI.I'1'I'g Kirlmmondz Pltyeittul Iitlurulioxmz SNICA: PENI WD , Clulw: V1 R-X1 lluplist Student I'niun. " Nav 'Nz 195 WILSON IARY WII SON JENINI' I WII SON JIM Clinton I 14.111 1 lulm SON IARRY WII SON MARX ' counting. 1 lu 1 W I 'SON RFYA Intl' pm u1I1 nu I'lc mt n tary Iduc .mn n NNI- -I WILSON NIII' RI I' I VII SON TED WINTI' RMLX I' R IARR1 ' WITI L 1 AROI WOLFEWBAR1 I- R WAI 'VF I . WUIAPI A I1 I' 1 dm: mn I'l1nunIxrw I dum ,Al 1 n Xlpltd Phi Dsltd NNI' I WOOD RON WOODRI I'I' 1 AROL WOOD! IARR1 WOOI ARD P-Al I A ll1.umt Hull Elf-mt nldrv Iwluc num N1g.tna Kappa 1 1 r Nu n mn NNI' -X Assn: In 1 I lll u l Pd WOOI I' RY 1AR0l WRILHI 1AROI WYATI' FORRI' SI YANKOYVSKI BARBARA O .1 4 Il u lx I lt-mentar Eduvatlmm NNI' A lNt wman 1 lull N1 X Nt nat: Msuclalmn for Intl: pt ml: nt ua f nts ut lt YATE5 CI-IARI hi YOI Nl CLARA YOUN1 ,IFRRY YOIQINI MAR! ARhl YOUNI Bl OOD LDWARD YOI NT PIIYI I IS YOW ELL,KF'V ll'lK JOHN ZEN FORRPSI ZIMMI'R'VIAlN MAXINL ZIWK MARY XX men lvur Elf-mm nl tux Ilum .nl n NNI' -X ZINVA MiR1UI+ RIIIL ZITMNII-1 IIIRISTINIL ZW IR1 IIIINN 1I'OR1I:, Graduation reveals a new life of challenge and decision Central Missouri State's largest graduating elass of 620 reeeived degrees at the ninety-first annual spring eornnieneenient 011 May 23. l965. 7 p.rn. at Xernon Kennedy Stadium. Mr. Holiert Boyd. Registrar, and Ur. W. U. llainpton. Dean ol' Student Personnel. dis- enss pl liearsal. ans at Spring CUIIIlllt'IlC'K'IIl9Ili re- Dr. Evan H. Collins. president ol' the American Association ol' Colleges llor Teacher lfduea- tion, delivered tlie eonnnencernent address. Dr. ll. XX. Tieszen and Dr. lleid l-lempliill pre- sented eandidates: President Warren C. Lovinger conferred degrees. 'l'l1e Rev. Walter B. Price. Executive Director ol' Missouri Council ofCl1urc'l1es. gave the liacealaureate address. Mr. ,lames C. Kirkpatriek, former president of the CWS Board ol' Regents. delivered tlie summer Commencement address to 335 degree candidates in Hendricks Hall on August 15. Pi v Guests attend the afternoon liaeealaureate service at Vernon Kennedy Stadium. 196 f . ff 5355 ' Y' P FA 3 , Q ., ti- iii 1 'rf' 4 fl 6 R L' 5 H95 if un u X Ea S5 " f ,f ji f K- A , f--nf,p.','v--., K ,R 1 -ow?" 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Rolu-rt Aschen. Roh:-rt Ash. Helen Ash. Nlylon Ashlock, Donna Ashworth, .lr-rry Askey, Richard Atkins, Roger Atkinson. Gary Atkinson. .lanet Atkinson, Kathi Atkinson. Linda Atteliery, Yelnia Atwater. Rohr-rl Atwood. .lean Audrain, Sharon Aufderheide. Dorothea Aufenkaiup. Rolwrt nderclassmen: Aug-Bar Augufl, N ic-loriu Austin. llzirlmaru Nuslin. li-rrx Xuslin. Nlary Nuatin. Nunn-y M1slii1.'l'limii.1f -Xu-rNin.ni. .lann-5 Avi-ry. l"c-llnn Av:-ry. l'alris-in Art. Sum-Ili' Nxtnn. Naiiry Syl, W illizun -Xyrr. Minn xv.-S. 'lu-.1 Balxlnill. lalnivz- Balvlmill, UM-ur Bzlc'lu'l'. David ljaclm-asv. 'lrilvll Badge-r. Kurvn Bagley. Kim-lmrd ljalnwr. lla-rnard Bail:-y. B.irlnu'u Bailey. liury Bailvy. .low-pil Bailvy. .lllanilu Bailvy. fllirlluvl Bain. XX illmur Baird. Bill Baird, linlu-rl Baird. llufwll Bakvr. Barlvurzl Bakvr. llc-ws-y Bake-r, llmmlal Bakvr. llninizi Bakr-r. Jann-- Balu-r. .lulni Bakrr. .lurly Bakvr. Nlurllm Bak:-r. Ronald Baldwin. llury Baldwin. l.uw-rnu Baldwin. l'alric-in Balkv. Larry Ball. Barlli-ll Ballard. Kim-liard Balls-ng:-r. Nluurim- Baile-w. llc-lures Balunis: Ihnnild Balunis, M1-lvin Banks. lllifllvrd Bankus. .lulin Banc-rufl, Judy Banks. illifllircl Baqm-rim. klfn-4lu Baracknnln, linlu-rl Barlwv, Ruin-rl Barber. Dan Barber, Diane Barber, Ronald Barber. Vila Barclay, Cunnil- Bare-is. .lohn Bare-mare, Jean Bargfrede. Carol Barlow. Lois Barnard, Linda Barnes, Anita Barnes. Je-rry Barnes. Nancy Barnes, Sandra VA! Q. E im 43-413' Q ' grgizezggfqg 1 ' V ' fififff figifazz ' 1 - if 'T' 1 7 . li9t'+: 'i in 4 i' S 52 ISA in ww 512 ,gpwmgw , , 'QF ji Q+2?21 1 V.,k 1, if A, ,Q-mp, " ii' il il www "Mar .. u,1i,,..,, ."-fy , -1. . hmm, , V ,, -.wv : . ,, ,,.,mi, I - vii . f f in f ' w . S, EQ, a,,,f,,,,M .,,, , , rxzewmgr - , '- LV, B. Y i A , L , 2 J. E is 1 J ig S4 w., 'NKYLZE ik ,.,,,,,.- ,, . ml? A E5 if ,Q jig? il? f 3? 2 ' "1 , 1 ,ir L . , y x nr S3 if ' if-2 xiii? Sagas. 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Bates, Bastia Mic-hael Reginald Robert Steven n. Linda Batteen. Thomas Battles, Barbara Battles. Flizahcth Battre all, Phyllis Bauer, Ellen Bauer. bail Bauer, jaek Bauer. James Bauer. Mary Bayne. joyetta Bayne. Sandra Beaeh Beaeh , Klart: ille , Terry Beal. Donald Beal, Lawrence Beam. Gary Beams. Joanne Bearee. Judy Beard. liohert Beard. Thomas Beard more, Charmaint Beasley, Dorothy Beaty, Pztlriria Beaver, Carole Bet-k. Beck. Janet Yieki Becker, l,ary Becker. Sandra Beckett, Robert Beckman, Erwin Beckham. l.arry Underclassmen: Bee-Bir Beckmann, Linda Bee, Carolyn Beehe, Dennis Beeler, Cheryl Beer. Les Beerman, Curtis Beever, Steven Begt-r, Mary Behravesh, Mohatnatl Beissenherz, William Belaka, Sandra Belcbraydic, Mary Bell, Dennis Bt-ll, Bell Bell Bell, Bell, ,lof- Kenneth Martha Hicharrl Robert Bellamy, Robert 1 Bellanli, l atrieia Bellerson, Russell Belser, Beryl Belt, Susan Bemhoom, Charlotte Bender, Daniel Bender, Janet Bendure, Kenneth Benedict, Ronald Benefit-l, Betty Benefiel, .lanet Bennett, Arthur Bennett, Eddie Bennett, Richard Bennett, Steven Bennett, NN illiam Benson, Dennis Benson, John Berg, Berg, tleorge James Berger. Donald Berger, flliehael Bergman, Charles Berlin, Robert Berner, Susan Bvrrier, Judith Berry, Craig Berry, james Berry, Wayne Besel, Eugene Bessmer, Patricia Best, Best, Best, Best, Ernest Linda Thomas W illiam Bestgen, Jeanette Bestgen, Nlona Betts, George Bevell, Mary Bt-vin s, John Beyer, Philip Bierman, Janet Biekt' l, Stephen Bigelow, Nlareia Bigler, Nlilclrt-cl Bill, Lynda Billard, l.onnie Billings, Jaelci Billington, Berre Bird, Joanna Bird, Kathleen ., 5' 3 gage ,t., 1 1, ft 55225 5 tai? 1,-,favs - .. . . ,, 15,1 . . at 1 . , ,.. M5355 7 -- 2523? 752 7113 ,fa :i ::aa::::IE ?l:!ff:E!V F' """2. V? rf - I - SSH? 7 t " " .if - 1 .. 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Donna Boozell, Lary Boozell, Stephen Borcherding. Ruth Borcherding. Sandra Borden, Robe-rl Borlz, Carol Ann Bosler, Ronald Bossaller, .ludilh Bossert. ,loan Bosi, Andy Boswell, Connie Bosworth, David Bomnnlcy. David BotIon1lr'y..la1nic'1- Bottomley. Patricia nderclassmen: Boul, Harry Boulch, Thomas Bourne, William Bowden, Warren Bower, George Bowcrman,l.c1ola Bowers, Ellen Bowers, Estyl Bowes, Sharon Bowles, Sharon Bowlin, Ruby Bowman, Christe Bowman, Daniel Bowman, Glen Bowman, Kenneth Bowman, Balph Boyce. Vlarian Boyd, ,loltn Boydslon, Marvin Boyer, Connie Boyington, Jann-s Boyle, llarry Boylcs, Martha Boykin, William Bozarth, James Bozarth, Jann-s Bozarth. Stephen Braden, Basil Bradford, jesse Bradley, Robert Bradshaw, Raymond Bradshaw, Bobert Brady, Veda Brain, Earl Brain, .lohn Bramlett, Yvonne Branan, Ronald Branaum, Don Brand, Philip Brandes. 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David lr-z-, Xlary ing, Barbara ing, Beverly ing, Donald Browns, Gayle Brownslwrber, Walle Bruce-, Bonnie- Brurr, David Brugnona-, .ludith Bruinfin-ld, Frank Bl-un1ul1'I..lolln Brunc-r. .lvrry Brunjc-s, Neva Bruno, Roh:-rt Bruns, Donna Brusll. Suv Bryan. l-'rank Bryan. l,ynn Bryan Bryan , Xlarsliall , XX all Bryson. Nlarsha Buc:lu'k,4Il1arle-s Buck. David Bucklr-s, Donald Buvklc-y, l.arry -r Underclassmen: Bue-Cam Bueker, Craig.: Buesing, Bog:-r Buhrkuhl, Bolwrt Buic, .lam-I Buie, Ruth Bullard, Brlu-rca Bunch, Harold Bunnell, Donald Bunnm-ll. Margaret Bunzel, Cary Burch, Ds-ryl Burchficld. Jay Bureman, Sharon Buress, Rolannu Burforrl. .lane-t Burgard, Ure-gory Buril, Kathryn Burkhardt, Daniel Burkhardt, Rohr-'rt Burkhf-ad. Frank Burner. lin-lyn Burnet, Jim Burnettc-, Christopher Burnfin. Joyce- BurnS. William Burris, Carol:- llurrow. .lanws Burrow, Mary Burruss, Cath:-rim' Burton, Kita Busby, Mirliae-l Busch, Carol Busch. 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B1-'cky .ook. Carol Carolyn ook. Carrol ook, Cary ,ook, .lr-rry ook. Nl ook 'Xl look, Cook, H 1 look s ,V Cook, NN illium 1foolmal 11oonm-S. Cooper. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1Iopas. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .oplz Iopvlan Qooprr. Ioopvr. Ioopl-r, Ioopvr. Iooper, fooper. Lau remn- arshull i1-har-l 'Nlirhnvl olwrl hmnas 1, 1lordon Sharon Barbara Gary Jun .lean Jr-rry Aloyrv Scarlett Xl arlha opus, Sandra .opt-'lan 1lohvn 11, lluryl cl. llianv Arlwlanri, l,r'sli1- lopelun Iorlwlt, 1forbin. 1 lordvr. Cormier, 11, Host liluinm' Vary Xlary Roger Cor:-y, Slove-n 1lorliss, 1 Nunn-y .nrn. Ronald 1Iorm-liu:..lu1liIl1 4,orl nderclassmen: Cor-Cre 14-lim, Iioimlzl 4Iornvll, 4vzu'y 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 41 4Iorm-ll, ,Ie-rry Qorninv. llurolcl ,oraol1. lirum- iorson. Sli-ve' Iorum, Dallas .orum. Xlyrtlv .orum. XX illium oalmy. l'iri4- ,i-Nliaan, De-nnia .oNtig1zm, llonnai oNligun..luliu-5 olt.l1awi1l ollvr, lvrry ollingliulll. .lum- ollon, 'Xnniv olln-ll. Xlary ouch. Mun oullm-r, 'Xnn ow-r. lhnid Iovvy. Diana owan, Ronald owslrvy, Rosalie- lowing, Kc-nm-th Cox, Brf-nda Cox. Craig 4 ox. John 4Iox. llzmia-I 4foX l.4-1' 4Iox Xlarilyn lfox, Xlunrirv 4 ox. Xlivllzle-l lfox, Sharon 4.ox. Su-wn 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Iox. Tru:-y foxon. 4iaiIlu-riilv 1..Mm,x1af, mlxtrm-1-.41arol Irulilrm-. llury fr11lmIrrn',l,oy raig1.lJawi1l raig, Diana raig. .lolm raigz. Linda raig, Kolu-rl rain. Flu-rry rainsliaw, Kon rumor. David rumor. .lm-flirr-y ramvr, R:-In-rr-a rame-r, lllonias rams-r. Trunian ranrlul. Holi:-rlu ranv. Xlary futon. 4layIz- ruve-n, Sharon ravi-nf. .lanu-5 ruwford, lluln-rl rawforzl,Jol1u rawfonl, Larry ruwford. Punwlu rawford. V4 illiam rawl4'Y, Jann-s my 5. Nlir-liavl re-ason, Phillip rm-uson. NN illiam rm- L'l1.4lx-114-vivvv rw-lc. 4fl1:.lrl4's r4'ig1llloli.l'4i4'llunl 35 .3 .si -' 5 m5pggqgg5Sg5e5 1a 1. -W may-:::,,:sm5:.,,, F ff QW., L 'l??li+3:xe I 4.1.3. JL 5-ww fgcngsf ,iw f H L ,H K 12 Q lg 1 -Q as if gi if 1 4 S3 91,3 M gf .. 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Q J' S s ,Q MW W S if ,T Crenshaw, Carolyn Crenshaw, Gary Crick, Darrell Cripps, Vera Crillen, Darrell Crnic, Cary Crocker, Roger Crockett, Sharon Croft, Errol Crooks, Gale Cross, Barry Cross, Dan Croston, Carolyn Crow, George Crowder, Helena Crowder, Lonnie Crowell, Raymond Crowley, Roger Cruce, Marshall Crull, Linda Crum, James Crunk, Charles Cruwell, Kathleen Culp, Sarah Cumbea, Steven Cummings, Cheryl Cummings, Claude Cummings, Daniel Cummings, ,lean Cundiff, Jewell Cunningham, Jimmy Cunningham, Milford Curd, James Currie, Janet Currier, Gordon Curry, William Curlice, Darlene Curtice, Shirley Curtis, Edgar Curtis, Vicki Curtis, William Cyhulski, Frank Cyrus, Linda Dace, Beverly Daggett, james Dagley, Janice Dailey, Dottie Dake, Roger Dale, William Dalton, Carolyn Dame, Donald Dameron, Roy Daniels, Evelyn Daniels, .lulia Daniels, Thomas Dannaldson, Janet Danner, Jan Danner, Richard D'Antonio, john Darby, Norma Darby, Robert Darrah, Donald Darrah, John Daub, Michael Dausl, Gregory Davis, Barbara Davis, Carrol Davis, Charlotte Davis, Cherrie Davis, Clareatha Underclassmen: Dav-Die limi llzni lluvi limi limi -. -. 5. llavix. limi Q Davis, lluvi N Dania. llavi-, llnvia. lluvi 9- llavix. llzni llaxia. limi llawi llawi llavi lla cla llaxicl llanid Nl. llnna l-irlvi in lfrne-at JUIIIFS lunilm-r .lulin .lolun .lualnilu .luliv Karl Ke-nn:-Ili Xlary Rnlwri X! .inilu W ilila n. llunald nn. Frank nn. 'liinmllly Davy. lllvnmla lluws-s. Phillip lluwson.llun1'll llziwmn, llary lluwsol1,Xi'l11lzl llay. Cory lluy. Xlary IJay,S1vpIi:-n lim-ui l.l.arl lla-an, Sandra Ili-.nnx l'1-ii:-lupv ll:-Harlnla. XX illiani lhfliul1,Nnrln-rl Ile-vk. Slmrmi lh-vlwr. lirlle- Ilmlvkv, Kula:-rl llc-vin, Carolyn lim-inn-r, Jalin-N lic-iimw-ki, 'lluriannr ili' la 'llurn-, 4 iaslnn ll:-I l"alli.1in'gnry IN-lin. liayinnml In-lli-., Slim-ilu IM-llingn-r. llarnld ll:-l.ur-a. iii-rald ll:-l.llc'..i.'l'l14ulnas IM-iuw, linln-rl IM-nisnn, john llvnkf-r. llavirl lli-nn:-y. Larry IJ4-nnvy. VA illianl Ile-nningz. Bn-nda Dvnningz, Kara-n Us-nnis. Kvnnm-Ili ll:-nlnn. 1 Inilmlur-0 Ili-ny1'r,lf1irl De-Pas:-u. Marilyn Di-pe-n dahl, Sllirlry llf-Rmule, Louis De-russvll. Carolyn Dvlhle Dc-Irv, Dvlweile-r. Marilyn fs:-n. Mark Callie-rim' l1.fi,.mi.-,- llz-lzprm-. lfliurle-s IM-upn-1-,lluvid llc-W -r. 'Nlarilyn llc-Will. Anila liia-..l'1'rry lbicv, l,ynrlu D - ' . xx' -Wav x J L X 1 .- ii 4' 1 P Y Q i-if V , figag, If ' . ,J rf ,,-.qw A Q ,gl - jug 3 H ' F 9, : i 4, - f , ,N s - 'mv ,f i .455 We -1 55-iifiisaig' GW' 'ng i ' ' 53555 9 'Vi g ,, F-'ll .41- 'Tix av R J Ai. ai. A V -A , ' . ' ' fffifffi .. N " . i ' 5275216 H Rf ,' -l E ,zffffi 2 eil J' 'V Q: ig K. fjk . N?-ifim 4 ' 'ia "'.51 'fs1z,-l V Y K xl 212 mov ,- 4'--. w At xiii He S H5 me ,,5,e"me afa I ,sl : ,.., , A ef i 'X'23m11bv:?fi V Fang 2 y My N ,K HK 354 wi F if WE' 'F 2 f sim Xwiil, 33 5 E -,I si' Q, 5? --T E1 if ,Y , 5 Wgm HU :ll Wiiiiix- , ' 1 3 4 ' 't ifli Xi? M SX Q, N X lf? X X e K i 53 115 'X fi? 2 Sri' 2 H' 4.2 I 14' , I gk K A g f Underclassmen: Die Duk .,,, L..A.,A- 11 km Magi '1:s53Y if .2-.-A Y sf , . f 1- V- .1:2:..:z: ' gi- , , . g Q , 553 u WW 1, it Q if was Ji V if Qi x 4 2.5 4 ,ur 1' if R ff ,, 5 s if . if QM S 'V ,.,- 3 -1, f 2: In .lik- n P D .ai D. l ,fai- - '- lg x- ' if f af 555: I -'?:LJ,F:,w 5 ,vu ' Q ,, .1 . 2 raan J i f l QM M34 , in f 1321? , ,W . A ,,.,,., w i , , , A N is:-153 : 323 1-54,21 2 i A i in -' Sw 'W .. 2 f. Q r r- 2? -' -f . i WL qi" ff .za-mg " was Y 4 v wi- 5' , . S fx " 'I .5 f , ' ,W-, l Y S in ll , - x X. , 1 . , , 51 Xi 3 , if , W, , 2 -v N., - , -K T - i49i?lSfg9-'Q' , ,. Q , if X if T 1 - ., ,. ia if Z. if-. e i! ' - singer. ff f Ss ,S is g A Sf? W Pg Q 3. 1 3 12 53 sen? 52 gms 2 .gi ,I A ,k Hi ' 7 ' 7 ,- ,L 1' ga. if "Lk A if 54 ,Q as- ,X 4 l - I Hfi ,' 4- ,f 213 Dick. H1-nlon Dick, X 1-rla Dickmann, Nlarlha Die-c'ke-r,.lu4lill1 Dies-knlann. .lam-I Diecklnann. Xlahvl Diehl. l'aul Dilks. Roland Dill, Carol Dill:-y.,l1nm-5 Dillon. Nlim-har-l Dillmer. David Divinry. Nlivllaf-l Dobbins. lllonda Doelkc-r. l'aul Doepkc-. 'IH-rry lloc-rlioff, live-lyn Dohms. Davisl Dohre-ndorf. Ronald Dohrnian. Nlary Dolan. Dx-nnis Dolan Kulhi Doll, Dani:-l Doll, Janin- Donaghuv, Douglas Donaliov. ,lavk Donius. laura Donley, Janet Donnelly. jan:-l Duolin, Krnnclh Dornan. lilvanor Dorne-y. Sharon Dose. Trudy Dougan. ,losm-ph Duug:lae.1iloria Doi er. Franklin Duvvr. Susan Dow, I-illa Domdy. I.,.wrenc4- Dowc-ll, john Dowell. Raymond Downard, liharloltc- Duwne'5,lil1arles Downing. ,lam-I Downing, john Downs-. l.in4lu Downs. Phyllis Draiscy. Dianne Drake. lluthh-en Drakr, Vonnir' Drake. joan Drake-. ,lohn Drs-hh-. I.arry Dre-inhon-l'm-r, Xlary Drennon. lids:-l Dre-zek. Stanley Driver. liis-hard Drowns. Daxid Droz. l'aul Drummond, Robert Dry:-r. Xlargee- Dryer. XX ill DuBois. lilizabelh Dudle-y. Joseph Duel, NN ahor Duff. llaxid Duffvy, lrwin Dugan. Barbara Dugan, ,lualilh Duke. Nlury nderclassmen: Dul-E11 Duly, James Duncan, Donald E. Duncan, Donald F. Duncan, Karen Dunham. Stephen Dunham, Trudy Dunkin, John Dunlap, W ayne Dunn. Jackie Dunning, Phyllis Dunnington, Byron Dunnington, Esther Dunstan. Dayle Durham, Jennifer Durham, Margot Durham, Richard Durst, Aubrey Dye, Ralph Dyer, Howard Dyer, Jerry Dyer, Joseph Dyer, Robert Dziadosz, Joseph Eads, Sharon Earle, James Early, Dennis Eason, Sandra Eastin, Parker Eaton, Lynda Eaton, William Ehle, Caron Eckel, Sandra Ecker, Lynda Eckles, Hazel Edde, Jerry Eddins, Betty Eddy, Laurel Edetl, Emerson Edgar, Dorland Edge, Terresa Edgerton, Mary Edmondson. Mark Edwards, Danny Edwards, G. Philip Edwards, Janet Edwards, Jessie Edwards, Joyce Egbert, Karen Eggers, Luis Eglitis, Peter Ehrlich, Judith Eicholz, Linda Eidman, Mary Eidson, Terry Eidson, Tom Eise, Terry Elam, Clan-nee Elam, Dennis Elbert, Harlan Elder, Marjorie Eldridge, Margaret Elkins, Nancy Ellena, James Elliff, Ruth Ellings, Sharon Ellingswurlh, Jack Elliot, James Elliott, Charles Elliott, James Elliott, Marjorie , xx", , " 351 s WE if E ii' - 14 4 f' 5 ,. ,,,, kit K 44:4 ' M .Q w. J' 11. 'V' illmf' 53124 ha ,Q 9 -Q af' 5 Vi 135164, ,gn 'A 4 Qt fifi' ' r-2 , vw K ,.-it 79' 214 d .S 15, 3 I S ,K ,ii , ti 3 :mm , . mg-3,535.53 V. f . . ,ef 1 "Quiz:- -W X' f vi J r Aiwa gf 'fj T -W.. 15- - , I I uizigafigssf is 3 ,at-, -L 5 .53 015315 tl ,...,,,,,.,,,. ,,.. ,M ,. V so-as Fiftgfgia w C8526 .,, mg , ,emi I 23,5 'Y j gl X V " .wa i J-F --ff Q .-P' YY ,K-1 ., 'S ,2s55'a,4 .,-W, ii Q, ,xiii f ' i wf'W,,,,3:w,:g- I vi J it , ff' -rbi. , t 'LE',',1f':i":, i m,iAn!:z2 f .q .. , aw 1 'R JH' 3 6, , - . Sm- m i , ,nf , 3 H xi' V . . ' i' T' 9 F555 !'E5f55ff:j,Z5::al' :i5Z5Z1Zjf?f2f'.E : f:S."5:.,EE:, 32552 L ,iw , it W in xl , , Jun L3 ii X Sm lv rl .. rf :'f2.iQEiax21ef , iiffffzww , 3 A .. .M all 1 K if x , -IEW I S 2 31 i Q nderclassmen: E11-Ewa -'QW 1 i i x xx Se, W H L, , ' Qgiagggm ?7i if 'LIWS , 32133 i? 'S gil , "'L 5 m X6 Ca , X Efgf4E.2:'f' ': Hg W ww ag ,J lg ig ,gif JK Q M :www - " ' xg ' K H Zxlgillikfi ' - - 'ffm' XJ, 1 , in .ww xg NM 5..,.-.. 3-1. ::wf.:::- :B-f.,f,--:i:i,i.,sai,-:sw ,. H Wizigiili V l , L. - 'f-513 ii, A --1 ' , i ,EMS -2-1, T ilffl ft 'z " :V ' ,Ella , . - X' lg-if f? ' Ji v ' f f l f :Wil X X Q at xg fi i -1 - V ll ,.,V,k EV V! if I -gr X, A hifiw 4--M U""' 1-HW rw s I , . W if 1 l 4, L , l fl l ? xii ,K , . ii: V L K W .. -,gg ' .fr LN, 'gg H 3,-en N W--1 EZ :W Q - - an ,fc K g .1 I .17 ' H x wg .fy ,Jill ,J :iff : lil fm-2 441 215 l-illis, lirian lfllis, l.inlla Ellis. l,in4ln lillif. llngvr lfllwmul. l'l1'l1'n l'ilSlu-fry, X criwn lilwu. Jn-l'l'r:-y Elslmm, liui'l1ai'1i l-llwc-ll. ,lnhnny Elm-ll. Xlary lflwuml. .lvrry lflwuml. .lerry Eiiililn-lim. Donna Hnilvry. liury liinlrry. 1.1-iwm l-lrniimiis. Daxill limry, Sandra l'inrlir-ull. ,lark Emlim-ull. Kay l'1mllm'y.lQarnlHl lziulrn-sf, Alu-v Endblc-3, 'lk-rrp Kings-llirl-alll. l.in4lu lfiigvllluli, Dunnu linglziml, Glenna lingllunml. L4-nn Eiiglm-lmrt, Carol English, Ray Enslxy, 'lllwnlus l'insworlli, Nlurxin Eppi-r-un. Daw Eppc-rwn. judilli lirilnmnn, Hoy Erfurlli. Susan l-lric-kmn. Janice- l'1rir'lis4n1.julil1 Hrikfun. Kam-'n Erlni-ling. Kunulml lfrllwliiig, Hussrll l'irnsl,.lnsepl1 Ernsn-in. Don Ernstim-yer, XX ilnm Erwin, Steph:-n liski'i4lg:B.lIyi1Ilniu lissi-l', Linda Eswr. Hicliaril Essfwk. Ann lislvllan. Xll'rc-du ESI:-S. Rubvrl Eslrucla, .lm- lili-liison. Hulim-rl liulmnks. W illiuni liuliiigvr. Dmiiiu livuns. 'Xlfrml Evans, llarulyn lfwuii-. Lllarlvs- l'lvul1s.lfharlm-- lmvniis. Cliurlvs lfxiuis. john lfvun-., Kurvn livuns, Peggy livcrvll. Dixie- liwrly. .lanie-5 lin-i'inau1. l"r.iiu-4-N livn-rnian, john l'.vi-i'iimnd1-. llurulliy law-rsule-. llarnlil l'QwrI,jul1n livinglun. Nancy Kwan. Roger Underclassmen: Ewi-Fle lining. Juanita Fair. Keith Fairbanks. Linda Fuirrhild. Shirle-y Fukhe-ri, Keravnail Fullin. Barbara Fnlnr. 'Ynrma Fulvu-ll. I.avsrQ-nrv Fungrnann. Us-nv Fuwn. Ywnnv F.zi-.lin-e-. D1-uni: l"arhddi. Mahmoud Fariv, Palriria i"'arl4-5. lfilarle-5 Furnu-r. ik-1-il I-'iirnu-l'. Rmixivy Farris, Sandy l".n1lk1-nlu-fry. XX nym- iw-1i1ln'rg1,lrviligL F:-Iix. .Lum-5 i"vli.iriul'r-. Irxing Fr'l1d1'l'. K1-'ith Fm-xlilvw uid. ifldini- Fe-l1lurll,1ir'1'x'lizl Fm-num. David Fc-rglmviu. Burlv.irzi Fm-1'gniwl1.il4'iii'y F:-:gm-rin. Nlic-han-I l'iz-rguwn, Xclwn H-iglimil. NX illium l"zAl'i'm-ll, Kobe-ll Fm-ru-II. Ronald ifvllv. Xlary I-'in-klin. lluimld i'1ir'gu-l1lvLu1n1.,Iulu- I-'im-ld-. llannx Fic-Isis. Xlichaz-I Fi.-m.. I'hylli, Mil:-lni. Alanis i"iig1vurn. lfuthc-l'inv HK:-, Alunvl I-'illimgf-1-.jack I-'ilzgw-ruhl, Larry Finke-, Paula Finlvy. Nlichaf-l i"il1n1'll.lQury Finrini. Krnmllh Fis1'h1-igliary l"iwm-In-r, Henry Fisi-In-r..ian1e. Finn-In-r. Rohm-rl Fisrilvr. Sinlrry ifiwlic-r. 'lic-rry Fixh. 'llllmnas lfiahi-I. Nlnna Ififluflg Gary Fiwln-r.1lranl Fiwllvr, Linfia Fifln-r. Niichar-I Fisll:-r. 'lim-rry Filvll, WQI1-gory Filrh, Sharon l"ilzg:m'1iImi, William I lv nm th i"ilZfilmi15.ifluiln' Filzg,:e-wld, W illiuin Filzgs-rv , '- - I Fizefr. ,In I"Iand4-rim-yi-r, I..-sn-r Fluvin, Hurry Flviwvlln-l', linllm-4-ll , 3 n., f X 5fQ9EIi,, I 4 -' ' x f ii? .2 ,.Y?:"f'I:' -3- . , Q p , 'A . :is.12S,LgP15', f '4 , 161. a " 75911155515 f 1 V :v :'..4.Ev:: :Za wffmwf ,JS - - A 1 W . .: ww. E--f,-sg: -' ,- . f :." , if-I ' - -4 '77UfiiA5t':Q?1f V -rli ' S3 i '-.Qi i-'fifwig Wh 'Q . . f izsifl Q N153 N.,-A -: 2 A .of 1 , ' I i K V L, 2 " 'ii ' 71 . ' q 1 - Q: S H.. .. 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Hirhard Freda-rirkson, Dani:-l Fra-dnn-yer. .lavquz-lin: I 'S L S is M 3 f ai f 217 Fri 'vniui F11-1-limi l"rz-vw. Fra- nr-h. Fr.-nm-li. Fri-nfll. Fr: 'nm-h, 1, Kr-lve-C-:ul 1. Ronald lflaim' Dorothy .luditli l.inda Shirley Dalz- Fri-rlxing. Frm-rking. Fre-rking. Frevf-rt. James Fri-y. Cherrie' Fricks. Ronald Kenneth Roland Fridlvy. Jeannette Frinks. George- Frinl.. Sam Frihlwv. Robert Fristoe-, Vs illiani Frilzsliall. Xlichavl Frost, lllark Fry. 'Xndre-a Underclassmen: F ry-Gel' Fry. Nlivllzlvl Fryv, Shaman Fuhr, llmilm Fulk, le-ri Fulk:-rmn, Linda Fulle-r. liluins- Fuller, Ruth Fulton, Jaime-5 Furnell. Doyle- Furry. Mary Furlek, Kathryn Caddis, Larry Cade, Edna Caffe. Philip Gain, l.ullu-1' liaim-s,,Iiil1n Gaines. 'lliuinas llalanix, Xlirllac-l Half. Flu-ri Galloway, liinicl Galluwuy. 'liz-rry liamlrlv, Sliirlc-y Ganilwlili. Carol lfamppvr. liulu-rl Uanfir-ld, lllurgure-I Gangzwifrfli, Kallwrinf- llann, Donna Cant. Donna Gam, Rohm-rl lianll, Nlivllum-l Garcia. Ninn-nl Card. lirwin Gard, .ln-rry Gard, Kuswi-II card, 'ri-fry llardm-r, liven: Cardin-r. l,e-if llarmlm-r. Norman liargolln. lion- Ann Carnvr. ,I4-an llarnc-Il, Nlurilyn fiarrvtl. liluine' Garrett, Darrvll Carr:-tt, Diana Garrison, Robert Garrison, Ward Garten, Paul Garten, Waller Carton. Duuglas Gasnn, De-lmrall Gales, .lun Gaugh. Rulwrl Cay. Dnmthy Gebhardl, Donald Geiger, Sta-vv Geis, William flvnws. Ruins-rl Kleine-S. Amin- llenlry, ,lulin lfenlry, Imm- lli-nlry, Sandra lleorgv. Buimim- fic-urge. lfllzl beurge, Mike- Gorber, Uurnlml Um-rv. Slew-n Ge-rlxardl. Su-ve flerke, C4-L-il liz-rkr, David Cf-rkf-, Mikv ,ev ,Y ,V Ig y .iz 14 W 34 M 1 ,545 , :,iEjgWIgfE.:f5s.'EE': .... ,. .:.:2.. 2 .1:"5f.:rI7'!: ISM :TJ :5:f.IIiiE:555"l' 1,-I ::3',.Z49l:.fII'EIEQHS' : : '::B' :ii,:ia'H552'4S5-Ei: 2-www H -liiligisw 1 ' .- wiifjgi f i ,isfgmsfsziai H I gaisqgsiigmai . J V - gisf ,. Qin, we W, i , H 1 my ,A r ,,: I L 1 ' - ral 5. If rv. 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Gilkerson, Jerald 3 "Iwi , ,fry Gill, Anthony l Q l 9 ' up -1"'f n1"?-'Egl1i- me ' 1, ' . ., 1 4 e e nf - ff' 155' 54' " " IVVZI Gillham, Marilyn 2 Q . if 3 Gilliam, Diana 1 Ki V ji Gillig. Ronald 2 I , tzlllilnn. David 2 V f- ' Z cilllllnn, oellnn l D I Gills, Joan l 5 , , Gillum, Cynthia 2 S so I 91, 1, ...if 5 l fi 6 E se ,nn W. ,Q I 3 ..n nn ly 5- 2 l ent' Elmlnef , n if ,, n g ,Q A L , of Win ci ,l 5 K 2 ?' l ,l l l 'aa-f 55' af .Wg ,VV g ,ay . I f' f .I ' . J- . i , f HV 'W -1 I in if i n ' sv i fl, :img , , W new sl W , 5 4 D ..,f,.t ' -. Gillum, Robert 3 Gillum, Stephanie 3 Gilmore, Margaret 2 Gilmore, Washington 3 Gines, Bob 2 Ginnings, Donald 3 Gibson, Marie l Givdings, Dorthe l ' Givens, Gary l 9 . I, x Glass, Sandra 3 i iiiii Glazier, Carl l . Gleason, ,ludy 3 Gleason, Stevens l l ' - ' I , Glenn, Michael 3 l -. 1 ' ' Glenn, Robert 2 Glick, Richard l Glover, E, Nl. l Glover, john 1 ' Gnefkow, William 2 Guates, Carl 2 Godfrey, Vern 2 Godwin, Raymond 2 , Goeman, Geraldine 2 5 H " Goers, Don l Goetz, Robert 3 qt, Goldenberg, Larry 2 A "Ei, Gollihar, Wayne l 4 Good, Phyllis 2 9 X 'IES'-If 142625 rl- .- L .,:,i .fv--- 2 -::. 5 Goode, David 2 W Goodfellow, Joe 2 Goodhue, Linda 1 ' Goodwin, Sally 1 Goodson, Sharon 1 - Goodwin, Jerry 1 I - Goolsby, Shirley Z W it 6 fig? v. n , iw .lf 1 f' :II fi . , Q Goosman, Gary 2 A - Gordon, Charles 2 Gordon, Larry 1 ' ' Gordon, Sandi 3 Gore, Patricia 2 Gore, Roger 2 , Gorham, Roderick 2 . F , Underclassmen: Gor-Gro Gornel, John Gornetl, Laura Goss, Richard GoIls1rllalk,.l1-anne Gollschall, Maryanne Gower, Henry Gowin, Russell Grabau, Mary Grable, Charles Grady, .ludy Graham, Charlotte Graham, 'l'4-mi Graham, William Grandorff, Janie- Granl, lre-no 1 Grant, l alrim-ia Gram, Washington Gravall, William Graves, David Gravos, joan Gray, De-an Gray, Diana Gray, Emma Gray, Harold Gray, Patrick Gray, Norman Gray, William Grayb Green Gres-n, ill, Yvrlc' . Andrea Green, Sandra Green Green , Suzanne , William wall, Huber! Greene, Jimmie Green Green v, Sandra Cath:-rinv Greener, Charles Greenfield, Marilyn Greenwood, Carol Greer, john Grec-ter, james Gregg, Linda Gregory. Clinton Gregory, Gordon Gregory. Jessie Greim, Nicholas Greiner, Janet Grethen, Linda Grieshaber, Vick Griffey, Pamela Griffey, Richard Griffin, Georgia Griffin, Kathryn Griffith, Edward Griffil Griflit h, Nancie y, Frederic k Griggs, Richard Griggsby, Michael Grimm,Elme-r Grimm, James Grimshaw, Freda Grinslead, Richard Grintz-r, James Gruce, Wilson Groenedyk, Barbara Grooms, Paul Gross, Howard Grosswiler, ,Io Ann Grousnick, Susan Grove, Garth fo' V i 3, 7 lf: 5 -is J' 256, 7 f X 1 I ' :"' ' M- in.:-7. if ,- L- - , -i., ga, ,M ,,.,:i2i , Q3 lr ff , i PM , is Q 4. K Us -as :R 5 fr ..f, sg ,I jr 4' il' Q M if , .,,., ,,,,, H 'Q we V- -.ae K N35 X 12: U A fi' s is Vw as ix vggs -4 fix FK ,Z -'Hfilin fe'-mf' G isL il K eeere y G, Underolassmen: Gro , ig-i f L-rovcs, David ., fi Groves, Linda ' 652 F 4122232 - If Grubb, Carol A , .. ,g . . - ii Grube, Juan . ,aa .... iq we 1 , brube, N an TE Gruber, Maxine U'-f', ,j iii ! I .. Crudek, Robert gr I Uk, " 1 ' Gudde , Dolores W Guenther, Ellen . :W'l6.1.,. Guenther, Frank Guhlow, David Guilliams, Clarke '+"'f Cuinty, Marilyn , - ' Gumby, Brenda S' S L Ja, Kaya, ,wma , , no ,:'- ,agp QS, . , mi, 33 L S U? 5 X 5 W ,S K ,-K, k..k,.f' 33 -A-fl "LM Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall S ,6 , , , 1 221 Gundlarsh, Gary f , ...., ,' Gunn, Bruce Curley, James Guthrine, James 25 ,V Guthrie, James fx Gwadera, Joe Haake, Richard Haase, Eileen Haberer, Fredric Haberle, Robert Hachenberg, Dennis Hackett, Mary Hackett, Ronald Hackler, Bruce Hackler, Maurice Hackley, Sharon Haddock, Gerald Hadeed, Waleed Haferman, Dorothy Hagan, Cathy Hagen, l-'any Haggard, Marlhy Halchak, Joseph Haldiman, Judith Hale, Barbara Hale, Terry Halett, William Halferly, Ann , Alan , Alberta , Gary Laurin , Mollie , Rosa , Stanley Hallagan, Boyd Halliburton, Michael Halmick, Karen Halstead, Stephen Hamilton, Charlene Hamilton, James Hamilton, John Hamilton, Kathy Hamilton, Michael Hamlett, William Hammen, Patti Hammerschmidt, Judith Hammett, Linda Hammond, Frances Hammond, Roland Hammond, Samuel Hammond, Trudy Hammons, Haston Hammons, John Hampton, Deanna Hampton, Dennis -Ham l l l l 2 l l 2 l 2 l l 3 l l 2 3 3 l 2 3 2 2 3 2 l l l l l l 3 3 l l 3 l 3 3 l 2 2 2 2 1 3 2 l 3 2 l l l l l l 2 l l l l 2 3 l 3 2 2 2 2 l Underclassmenz Ham-Har Hampton, Phillip Hampton, Richard Hampton, Sue Hancock, Bill Hancox, Jon Hanicke, Janet Hanks, Larry Hanlin, Anna Hannah, Cary Hannahs, Claude Hannan, Kathleen Hannan, Maureen Hannan, Sharon Hannsz. .lenna Hannsz, Linda Hannsz, William Hansell,Ellen Hansen, Dennis Hansen, Dorothy Hansen, Linda Hansen, Stephen Hanson, Jacqueline Hanson, Linda Hanson, Paul Hard, Kristina Harden, .lune Harden, Richard Hardesty, Dennis Hardin, Linda Harding, Cary Harding, Kathy Hare, John Hargrove, Susan Harlan, james Harlan, Thomas Harmon, Margaret Harms, Barbara Harms, .lanice Harms, Karon Harms, Larry Harms, Paula Hamess, Thomas Hamett, Bruce Harold, Thomas Harper, Bruce Harper, Karen Harper, Robert Harper, Vemon Harr, Michael Harrington, Donna Harris, Charles Harris, Donald Harris, Donna Harris, Evelyn Harris, George Harris, Larry Harris, Linda Harris, Phillip Harris, Raman Harris, Ronald Harris, Steve Harris Wendell Harrison, Donald Harrison, ,lerry Hart. .ludy Hartel, Bobbie Hartman, David Hartman, Gary Hartnett, Elizabeth Hartwig, Wanda , Nay, .W if W ' , I C ep. 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Linda Hickman, Lyle Hickman, Romaine Higdon, Kenneth Higgins, Helen Higgins, Sherman Higgs, Terry Highley, Delores Hight, Roy Highl, Sharon Hilburn, Donna Hilburn, James Hile, Peter Hilgedick, Sharon Hill, Barbara Hill, Barbara Hill, Cary Hill, Lonnie Hill, Thomas Hill, William Hillebrand, Carol Hillebrand, Steven Hillyard, Robert Hilton, Ann Hilty, Steve Hines, John Hines, Wayne Hinken, Curtis Hinkle, Larry Hinrichs, Daniel Hintz, Marisa UN W ,ff-,V :J ig " pq, ffzgegzggrg . - 'I I. ,ir I 1 is r F- l ,,......,.., 'J Lwfzib - ZF 55233, , K SN' tiff T 1 - 4 V, W 3 f if i ,, ' ,jf t- a.,f V iw A L I A, f , , iv , Aft Q, 154' Ye .K My K ,,,,w,,., ,Mft , yi 71, .u,1, o f I K M, t. ,az .3 3, 3 , , D J it an ,gy X .wi - ,,,,, yyccy , , f" if , t, L A .' I stss H , at llrrlr ., . 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Linda Purvis, Alan Purvis, Nancy Pusnik, Alan Pyle, Steve Qualls, Kathleen Quarvelino, Lee Quctschlcc, Phillip Quigley, Cindy Quick, Donald Quinley, Cheryl Racer, Phyllis Radke, Judith Ragland, Janice Ragland, Mike Rahm, Sandra Rahm, Gary Ralcer, Ronnie Ramacca, Frances Ramey, Vernon Raming, Janet Ramsey, Charlotte Rand, ,lim Rand, Judith Randolf, Sandra Ranken, Linda Rankin, Michael Rapp, Caylen Rapp, John Rardon, Mary Rasa, Donald Rxasa, Evelyn Rasa, Gerald Rasa, Norman Rash, .lanet Rassuln, Paul Rathbun, Robert Ratledge, Edwin Rau, Danny Rawlins, Eldon Ray, Linda Read, Elsie Reardon, David E Y' la: l l? fe 'W av D irce , W .i-,, ' i H V -M ,Q "V,I Z-ig - f f - ,. iffgjrifi Q- I , ,,.f ,,.i, ,-,,. , , , ' 1 .:' , fm-"fi Q ffffw. K 1 1 m i " , .V -fn 1 ,Q 8 1' 2 S X G1 Z? as-r fiir m . 1 , - Q ezvyffe V '- ,,,,,,,i .,,. , Mi , , vgssi, 'K .-,H -. ,- ,. 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Rhoades, Curtis Rhoads, Allen Rhodes, Pamela Rhymes, Robert Rice, Nancy Rice, Steven Rice, Valerie Rich. John Rich, John Rich, Susan Richards, Dona Richardson, Billy Richardson, Donald Richardson, Ronald Richerson, James Richey, Alan Richmond, Kathryn Richter, Max Richter, Terry Ridder, Mary Riddle, James Riddle, Mary Riddle, Susan Underclassmen: Rid-R01 Ridnour, ,Ianlee Rif-llord, Gail Rit-vos. Sandra Rifr. William Riffiz-, Sandra Riffiv, Wendcl Riley, Dt-horah Riley. Mivhael Rimmen. Roxanne Rimme-r, Niarcia Rimlner, David Rine-hart, joseph Ring, ll:-rlin Rinks-nhaugh, Rita Rinnf-, Robert Rion, Hike Ritlz-r, Wanda Riltman, Otis Rivers, 'll-ena Roar-ll, Donald Roar-ll, Linda Roatli, Stephen Robbins, We-ndie Roh:-rts. Ben Rob:-rts, Candance Rolwrts, Karen Robe-rts, Linda Rob:-rts, Marjorie Roberts, Marvin Robe-rts, Ronald Rolwrts, Stephen Robe-rls, Steven Robertson, Christie Roh:-rtson, Gary Robe-rtson, Janice Robertson, Karen Rohertson, Mary Robertson, William Robin:-t, Yvonne Robinson, Billy Robinson, Edmond Robinson, Edward Robinson, Janet Robinson, Judith Roekhill, Constance Rode-nbc-rg, Dennis Rod:-nb:-rg, John Rodewald, Phillip 1, E me f J:-Q' f . . Wg V :V -fi i "ii'7f5'i ' f-" ,,.:-g.:F"E22E ,X ZFSNWI' : : .k..:g.5:E .. T . fliliwszgfa -is omssgi , 'M Nawsagg ff zezkrm' 1 wait er rm ' , W i e : iiiiafag' ' ' ' 'Q 1 "" if ' V. V f 321 in W ' A A ' sr ' -W -5- ,if we 3 - 1" ?i5Z43?Eii?f?' " A' -V , ull. t Swiss 1+ .wtf JM ,. . V , 22 Vi . . ii,,' S ,, ,i . , , , I- ' Q '4 " fig' A3 , ' A Z 2 A ' me 2 f. ' V ,, 2 . - V' ir -f V' N , ,, V P--s V 5 , Vw , 4za,.i-V p V 7 , f gg , vs t R 5 i tyy- ,V ,if ,if,-a --::,- , V . , A V we f , ff1V1wxW f 5 'fy' , if J ' . , . ata? if . 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Judy Rush, Randolph Russell, Albert Russell, Donna Russell, Donna Russell, Everett Russell, Ingrid Russell, Linda Russell, Mary Rustman, Connie Rustman, Stephen Rutherford, Robert Rutledge, Patricia Ryan, Lana Ryan, Michael Rybake, Francis Ryle, Shirley Sada, Toshiyuki Sadewhite, Patricia Sadler, Ronald Safron, Richard Sage, Mitzi as 3 3 2 2 3 1 2 1 l I 2 l 2 1 1 2 3 2 1 2 2 2 l 2 2 3 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 1 1 2 l l 2 2 1 2 3 I 1 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 i 3 l 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 2 2 l nderclassmen: Sager, Betty Sager, Leslie Saglc, Robert Sailsbury, Wilhurn Sl. 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Schmidt, Glenn Schmidt, Lonnie Schmidt, Paul Schmidt, Sharon Schmulu-, Robert Schnakenherg, Steve Schneider, Jean Schneider, Joyce Schneider, Phillip Schoenenberger, Paul Schoenle, Richard Scholer, Robert Schooley, Sandy Schorr, Steven Schowengerdt, Wayne Schreiber, Elaine Schreiber, Mark Schrir, Suzanne Schroder. Jeanette Schroeder, Daniel Schroeder, Michael Schroer, Kenten Schroer, Robert Schroer, William Schroll, Dennis Schulenberg, Christina Schulenberg, J, Schuler. James Schuler, Ronald Schultz, Greg Schultz, Louis Schultz, Sharon Schulz, Linda Schumaker, Joyce Schupp, Daniel Schuster, Michael Schulte, Betty Schwaller, Robert Schwaneke, Cheryl Schwartz, Elliott Schwartz, Sally Schwarz, Linda Schweer, Glenda Schwensen, Carl Schwerdtfeger, Diane Scofield, Michael Scofield, Stephen Scott, Carrol Scott, Dennis Scott, Harold Scott, Jack Scott, James Scott, Judy Scott, Jarry Scott, Larry Scott, Martha Scott, Norma Scott, Sharon Scott, Sherryl Scrivener, Betty Scrivner, John Sczesniak, Janice Sealander, Donna Sealander, Martha Seals, Beverly Sears, Phillip Sebring, Gary See, David See, Ken Seeley, Cheryl Underclassmen: See-Shu Svc-ley, Ramona Segelhurst, Ralph Seger, Gary Sehnrn, Mike Se-ihvrl. ,lames Seigfrf-id, .lames Sz-igler, Eugene Se-invr, Cary S4-lm-4-r, John S4-nl:-r, St:-vvn Sz-rrill. Shannon Se-rxi-5. James Sc-Irlliiiz-lnl. Danivl Sz-Ill:-s, Robert 54-vc-ll. llorciun S:-ward, Karen S4-ynmur, Mary Siiuvke-lilxrd, Cami Plllacklc-ford, Lynda Slluvke-lfnrd. livin-rt Sinai!-r. Judith Shaff-r. Larry Slialife-r. James Slmaffe-x'. James Shall, Nlivliavl Shun:-y. Linda Shunka, Madison Sharp, Dan Shuslm-1-n. Flora Shaw, Dennis Sham-r. Kathy Shflu. .llmniv Sin-z-Ilan, Tile-rf-sa Sill-01-, lloyd Sin-1-ll. james Sheldon, Charles Slwldun. Randall She-llun, Robert Sh:-llun. Sandra Slwppard, .-Xarun Slim-ppard. Harry Sha-ridun, Larry She-rlnzln. Paulvlh- Sin-rnanlan, Charles Slivrrud, Charlie Sllerwuml, Gordon Sh:-vv, Rohr-rt Shewrnaker. Darn-ll Sllrwlnaker, Elha Shields. Denny Shi:-Iris, Katha-ryn Shiffvr, Bill Shillancl. Peter Shiplvy. ,lavkie Shiplm-y. Nlarilyn Shippy, Charles Shippy, Linda Shivrly, Brian Shulw, Lois Sims-nlakvr, Carol Slnwrnaki-r, ,Iodellv Shunv. Linda Slmrl. Richard Slnum-. 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X 'fx 2 11 rm ,,:, ,1 ,A J 1 Wa g , in , Underclassmenz hu-S 3 .1 1 . P: I I ,lf 'af 1 vga,-3.Qzi , 1, M t tf 5 a ,- ' ' ' , W- I V, ' ff l? ' Sllutnakv. NN illiam Sllumalt-, William Siln-r Sivlu- I, Tlimnas naler, Don Sit-gil. Yincenl Siglar. .ludy Sigler, Terry Sikirieu, Marilyn Silt-r. Silk-IN james Nlarilyn Sills,,luAlitl1 Silverman, Stephen Silvertl1urn,.lul1n Silvey, Sandra Sintm Sim i 11 Sim m Si mm Si m In Sim n1 ine, l'l1ilip is, Carol uns, Gerald uns, james 41ns,,lames uns, Vicki Simnitt. Lunny Simon, Greg Sim11ns,.lnl1n Simpson. .lames Sinipson. Roberta Sims. Sims, Sims. Sims, Sims, Sims. Sims, Sims, Sisk. Sisliv Six. .l Siu-n Carolyn JBITIFS Jerald Jimmie ,Inlm Suzanne 'lilmmas 'l'l1on1ah Barbara Bruce Lillt-'I tore, Diane Skaggs, Brenda Skaggs, Hubert Skalu. l'ame-la Skidttmre. Rex Skiles, Xlarvin Skiln-s, Melvin Skinner, Robert Slwrnia, Mary Sk11ul1y.Ju Skuuse, Donna Slankard, Sandra Slan- r, C harles Slater. Robert Slatinsky. l'aul Slevin, Holly J Slevin, l atrick Sl11a11..lnl1n Sloan, Sandra Slut-utn. Wilbur Slupt Smal Smal mick, David l, Gary lwnod. David S1nart,,lz-ttie Srnarl. William Smvt hers. Charles S1nitl1, Antlmny Smit Smit Smit Smit Smil Smil Smit li, Beverly lt, Bobby lt. Brenda lt, Carlos lt, Carol l1, llharline l1. Dana mi II 2 I 2 I I I 2 .I SI I 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 '1 1 2 I 2 2 I II 2 2 I I I4 2 2 I I I 2 2 2 I I .1 '1 2 2 2 2 2 '1 2 2 I I JI 2 2 SI 2 2 2 I I 2 2 I I 2 I II Underclassmenz Smi- ta Smith, David Smith, Diane Smith, Douglas Smith, Earl Smith, Frances Smith, Gail Smith, Janet Smith, Keith Smith, Linda Smith, Lynn Smith, Marie Smith, Mark Smith, Mary Smith, Morna Smith, Norma Smith, Paul Smith, Phyllis Smith, Richard Smith, Robert Smith, Robert Smith, Robert Smith, Rose Smith, Sharon Smith, Sharon Smith, Susan Smith, Vit-ki Smith, Wesley Smith, William Snare, Cora Snorgrass, Donald Snow, Dorothy Snyder, Betty Snyder, Haddock Snyder, Jo Snyder, Larry Synder, William Soetaert, Beverly Sofka, Peter Solomon, Marilyn Somers, Rita Sommerer, Larry Sontaz, Terry Sooter, Philip Soph, Wayne Sousley, Barbara South, Lawrence Spainhuwer, Karen Sparks, James Sparks, Rose Sparling, David Spearing, Lynda Spears, Michael Speer, Sharon Spellerberg, Doroth Spence r, Cary Spielbusch, Elaine Spillman, Kay Spillman, Kent Spindel, Donald Spivey, Sports, Sudie Carol Sprague, Janice Sprecher, David Spring, James Springer, Jonath Springer, Robert Sprouse, Audrey Spruck, Francie Squire, Juanita Stadler, Jeanne an Y 52f.s2Aai1ai ' - 'wa , re , ,N -uf 4 3 333 x 3 5 3 53 ws r 13223, ,ew ,, xm as, Wei? ,- f 55'-,f',,,4f 1 Yfiilibs 2553425 Z-22:45, , 549515 hfiigfx 2 ? 1335? 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Linda Standl ey, Clyde Stanfix-ld, Michael Stanfo Slanis Stanh- Stark. Stark, Slarlx. Stark, Stark. Stark, rd, Mary laks, .lames y. Laura Carol Ethelf-ne Xlac-iv Nlarjury Nluryz- Vt illiam Starke, liarl Starke Starr, '. Kita liivliard Slulun, lin-nail Sli-4-lv, Bull Stu-lm-, tiltarln-s SIN-lv, llaviml Stu-lv, Xlargarr-1 Sn-Q-l--, W illium Nvgrr. Jann-5 Stl-gut' Str-gnc l'. llary r, N irgil Slvin, Samuel his-inc-r. ,laniv SI4-inlnt-yz-r. Mary Stvnlwrtl- .lacquelyn Ste-plmn, Nlarslxa Ste-plu-nb. lit-rald Sli-plnfns. .lt-rry litvplwns. Nlarilyn Stvplwm, Nancy Stvplwn-, Rex SI:-pln-nf, Ronnie Fic-pltz -nsun. Barbara 511-plwltsoll. Cary Stn-pln'nsm1.,laniCt' Slvrn. Edwin Slortn, Donna Story, William Sinus, David Stout, Sliurmn 5 My 1 , M, , aa ai a M l i al M Ll a, A A M MM ,Q 'V 'V si' - MM 1" -f A M' alii M M at i i .' M M .,,- M f, "e'f ffi ty.:- ufevf --iz z ff -M 11533 r 12 - M 'SMP' 46 1 . T' if, .ff .. Qvifwg ' su EJ, M a S .dr xr? g M 255 Stout. NX illium Slmull, Joann Strada. Frank Strait, .lznm-s Stratton. Janet Stratton. john Stn-1-t, lNi4'llulas Stn-1-It-r. Linda Slmmlv. Kicltard Strtutflxtixg. Suzzann Strttnnt-r. XX illifnn Slmtlnnann. Susan Slrnutl. Alive Sli-null. Richard Strnup. llavitl Slrm-lying. llnnalal Stulmlxln-lin-ld. Dania-l Slur'lwlta1'lilteidf'r. l'aI Stun-km-r. XX illiain 511-rntu Kulwrl Sn-m-tl. B4-ny Underclassmen: Ste- um Stt-rrvtt. Dennis Stertman, Edward Stevens, .larnes Stevens. Kathleen Stevens Stevens , La Yena Leslie Stevens, Sandra Stevenson. ,Xreliiv Stex enson. James Stevenson. Ric-hard Stevenson, YY illiatn Steward, .latnes Steward, Ronny Stewart, Gillwrt Stewart. John Stewart Stewart Stn-wart Stewart Stewart Judy Hondell Sally . Sharon Sue Stilalmower, Karen Stiles. Ht-rhie Stiles, .lames Stitelcr, Beth Stith, Patrieia Stork. ,Iohn Stork, l.arry Stock, Theodort- Stockman, Bonnie Stocksick, Sharon Stockton, Louise Stoecklein, Darryl Stoecklein, Kenneth Stohr. N irginia Stoker, Larry Stolarz, Nlichaeline Stolba, Kurt Stoll. Clarence- Stoll, Laurel Stolper, Nlarta Stone, Dale Stone, Donald Stone, Earl Stone, Mary Stone, Nancy Stone, Ruger Stonecipher, Linda Storall, Storck, Chester Billy V ,nf H y I at W 2 Q: Q.. J, 4 W5 'til ' " K J'-lv f, -,mf if ,Zi K ., ,t 21 ,:- .Q .,,- f ,,,,... A :.. 4 . ,K ' ' it . - , 4 , as 2 .V-ized ' 91.2 1 ,MER . ..,' 1,5 . '5?i?2it3wf2 f , , lg 1' : 'ji 1' K 'W were 1 X il f P, at t ,Q My 43 , i t 5 f V56 I liz it y .LS -Qwgig-wg . -,,,,--, M Z,., my H - "-- W-, ge- A ,. .,., ,K age E. Y '-an A ,4- , ,tt 92 , r an ,,, 3 , in,jg13g,g1fQf,4gfr ':', i E in H v:,',, . L - is ',,, 1 f ' .. 1 4: x K K V: J? xl at l xl will ' 1' " ,,. N 4 X 13 s , -, , ,M 3 tl 5 1255? fi at - il 1 s. -H 95:2 :'f'7:" : I : s ' .. 24572 -V Q..-:wifi .-' : Q - 5, . -- ,gg - -4 ,. li fffl - t 15 if gill 113215 gigisy' :mea W' sa 1 te' 'W ""? P1 as A, eff? D it 3 S , L f HX ft! 5 3 Z? 1: at t Storm, Charles Stuedle, Charles Stuenkel, Marvin Stuerke, Neal Stuerke, Tom Sturnpenhaus, James Sturgis, Barbara Sturgis, Daniel Stutzer. James Sudtlerth. .lerry Sullonger, john Sullenger, Pamela Sullentrup, Anna Sullivan, Elsie Sullivan, Sandra Sulser, Pamela Summers, Gary Summers. Sammy Summers, Thomas Sumner, Xlarylyn Sumter. Arlie 1 5 'Half l . il 2 ,,,,., I N , ., 1, 3 t "" ' f1 li . :Gm :im ' -' ' . I if 'i tz 51. :fii5,i?e5'f'5'L5qiQl:?t i . ' ff 256 S. ft' 9 -A' ttf K 6 'fx Q ., 7 Ig., gf" 1 Ttiaw K wg, t S t t 1 5, Q YQ, is ia t, .eatery -, ft. - s A , , f ,K ,K 5 5 51 A 'ESX D ,ff ferr in X ' 1 U, Kyiv w e . gii sftfgii ,V in ,a",, ts, f 4. , "ww 'L I l igkfw X1 Q ,pf . ,A , K f 'W z 'lr ffm! -f iff 55365K fwfimtte ' , if 1 ag ,Wiz , it P 5? H -m 'il' if fs' J l ff ffff df is 3 in 3,5 t 1 Y ilwati P Q rl as 3 ,J - ,.-fa -1. K fin' E 'Q ff? Eli, . .5 " k t.,, 7 lk -I S if ,V.,:,.,7,w itwfwe .. . , S 1? 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Georg:- Talhot, Judith Talhot, Kart-n Talhott. Gordon Tulhnan. Sondra Tan:-y. Kart-n Tannn-r. Mary Tapper. Ronald Tutv, Carolyn Taylor. Albert Taylor, Charlt-s Taylor, .lam- Taylor, janet Taylor, joycl- Taylonjudith Taylor. Nladge Taylor, Robert Taylor. Ronald Taylor, Ronald Taylor, Sloan Taylor. Steph:-n Taylor, Thomas Taylor, WX aynv Taylor, William 'lk-vgarde-rl. Charlo- 'l'r-vgardz-n, Ronald T1-gc-I ht T1-hvrat aff, jams-s n. Ahdolvahah Te-llin. liarl Tompol. Billie- Tmnpt-'l. Carol T1-rnpe-l. Gloria Te-lnpel, Norma Tn-mplc-. Donald Tn-mplv, john TQ-tuple, John Tvmplz-. Laura Underclassmen: Tem-T00 Tc-m ple, William 'l'c'mplemire, Doris Templet on, Patty Tvnnison, Leona Tennyso Terry, B n, Karen renda Terry, Hen ry Terry, S Ti-ter, A lieryl nn Ti-ter, Terry 'I'e'rlQ-y, Linda Ts-lley, W illiam Tc-vis, Kenneth Te-via, Nlary Thacker, Daniel Thacker. Ray Thallf-r. Catherine Tltarp. Betty Thi:-nan , W illiam Thomas, Beverly Thomas, David Thomas, Donna Thomas, .lean Tlnnnas, Mary Thomas, Hina Thomas, Porter Tliomas, Rebecca Thomas, Tommy Thomas, W illiam Thomason, Diane Tltompaon Bernadette Thompson Beverly Thoinpaon Charlea Thompson Celey Thompson. Gwenith Thompson, Linda Tliotnpson Marshall Thompson Patricia Thompson Raymond Thompson Richard Tliotnpson Robert Thompson Ronnie Thompson Sharon Thompson Walter Thomson, Mary Thomann, Robert Thornsberry, Robert Tliorp, Sandy Thrasher. Xlary Thye, Charlene Tiehenor, Richard Tieszen. Marilyn Timm, Sheryl Tingler. Elender Tingler. Richard Tippie, Bryan Tittle. Janice Titus, Larry Tobias. Larry 'l'om-o, Nlary Todd. .lack Tolen, Ronald Tolsioi, Eileen Tomkins, Rosalie Tomlin. Jnhn Tompkins. Gary Tompkins. Larry Tonkina. julie Tooley. Carolyn Toolnay, David first Jg 9 gn Q R y I- WM ne w ' ,Q 'rf +12 MX '11 fa: .HFS W, 5 3 1. v E 1 Q, my X wat 4, well ...,., 622 2 - f- :walt f, XP? 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John Vaughn, Geraldine- N aughan, Martha Vaughn, Penny Yeah-, William N e-llios, ,lane Velmert, James X enable, John Yi-nditti, Louis Verdict, Barbara Ya-rlinden, Gerald Verlinden, Geraldine Vida, Karen Yiehroek, Betty Yiebrock, Claton Vie-ts, Don Villa, Robert Villars, David Vincent, Dixie Vincent, James Vinson, Cane Vinyard, Ronald Violas, David Yisentin, Robert Vogt, Kenneth Vogt, Mary N ohs, Ernestine Yolkart, Gary Vollmar, Nancy Volltner, Robert Volmf-rt, Marjorie Volsky, Sandra Vondf-rahe, Marjorie Vondrake, Janie Wouga, Carol Wade, Conway Wade, Elijah mf 3f5.,,.. ,, W ,N :,,., 1, b W, Q 'E jg L - , ,jgifghi 1, - , gjgfs ,, L K' - :- Quwuass' if n . at .J All X tiii Sy , we if ' h "'6k 35? vw 1, " ' t D T. 5, .g 'in :W K 4 5 ' A 5,5 t ' iw i -- ' - ' 1 bit Y , 1 -550,157 'V .:' ,:1,-"jg" yi' ' A-" ,L f. 'f .52 " , gain my ' K if .2 ' if uiiii f. H "ri X,i,,,g. V , 5 iiza iff 7L5,Sf3iVi tS -mt . ,. ', V iff' V " if? . ., 256339 N Q 6 :V . K i at je . 1,1 "Hi f , ,, T 'Ei . . 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Q, A, Q if S, M f Sa. t VM. an-. ..z5wi,ta5g.m , , ,5.kg.5v.u ffviiilfiiqv . 1'- , 1 X i la 3 'Q tr 5, il 'vt I R 4 6 3 . 'W K' I if l A i' ' . ' it is ' 261 lim A i Wadv. ,latnvs Wladl-', .lon Waer, l. W. Wallfr.1ie-ralditw Wagnvr, ln-wis Wagnc-r, l.inda Wagnf-r, 'lk-rry Wagns-r, 'lltomas W altl, W illiatn Wakvtnan. -Xrgylv Waldron, Craig Walt-s, jackie Walk, llary Walk:-nhorat, Sltirln- Walkvr. Walk:-r. Wallet-r, Walk:-r, Walk:-r. W alkffr. Walk:-r, Walkt-r, Walk:-r. lionniv Dennis Fred llary Q Joanna Judith Nlqry Odis Parnela Walkup. Slarr Wall, lihvrie W all, ,loltn Wallarv, Alan Wallavv, Joyce Wallavt-, Richard Waller, David Waller. Doris Wallingford, liary Walls, Clinton Walls. David Walters, ,lt-sse Wampla-r. ,lame- Wansing. livin- Warll. llarliara Ward, Lltrus Ward. David W ard. lin-tx-tt V ard. lm VN ard, l.ynnettz- Wardluw, Tliotnaw Wan-, Lloyd Warf:-man. Te-rry Warn-n. lfarol Warn-n. David Warn-n, jerry Warren, Lawrence Warren, Sandra Wasem. Charlene- Washburn, Ronald Washburn, Sharon Washburn, William Wasson, Dale Waazkit-wicz, lit-rry VN alvrntan, Cynthia Wah-rntan. Ri:-luarml Watt-ra, Bonita Watt-rworth, lm-1 Watkins, Alfred XX atkins. Rex W atlt-y, Ke-nm-llt Wataon, l-ilizaln-tlu Watson, .loycc W alson. Ke-nm-tl: Watson. Kr-nnn-ill W alison, Leland Watson, Patricia Underclassmen: Wat-Whe XX atsnn. Phyllis W alsun, Richard Watson. Sara Watson, Sharun W austin, Shirley Vw all, lfdwartl NN illls. Dnrulhy KN alts, Harvey Vi atls. Jerry Walls, Nancy Wayman, William W1-aland, Jana W vavvr, Linda KX mtv:-r. Thomas W vuvrr. Wvillil' Vs c-hh. Donald We-hh, John We-hh, Judy Wm-hh, l.L-onard W ebb. Ronald W Plrllz-r, Mike Vl t-ln-r. Xlichacl W 1-luster, Lt-unard Wm-ks. Kathryn Wi-htnz-yer, Cnnniv VH Q-idvman. Eslln-r W r-ighill. Michal-l W1-il. Mary W1-igls-, N ivian W viss, james Wviss, James VL ell-li, Gary We-It-h. llillla Wvlvlt. James W l-lt-h, Judy Welch. Larry Welch, Nancy Well:-s, Harold Wells. Carolyn Wells, Clyte Wells, Dixie Wells, Ruth Wells, Wesley Welpman, Rose Welsh, Donnie Welsh. James Wendlelon, Carmen Werne, Janet Werneke, James Wf-rn:-r, Alan West-ntt, Richard We-st-luh, James W'est. John West. Lynda WL-sl, Hubert We-sllmlf, Cary Wesllmff, John Wvslmff. William We-slhusing, H. li. Wt-stun, William W t-strup, Carol Wlethrvll, Linda We-lzt-I, Susan We-ytnuth, Richard Whale-n, Eileen Whalvy, Charles Wharton, Judy Whvallvy, Dunnis Wltc-1-lvr, Charlt-s Win-olvr. lilizalwth 3 ab Y .- 4 "lt ,t-,l 1 Qi . JXSZ. wi me ,sf , VW J ' new ef N I: J 2 fp,-,.,, 1-ff iv :E-if 1' K I ,- M J it X X 5 Qi, up W 3 -- .t - .. :g Hifi-Q ff t f rf 5. ,iff ,er wiv s-A 1' 1 if 9 ' XA .W K, ' J at M54 will ,- 249' . Q.. - Q Q 5 ,J y 5, .2 .-Jw' ,W ,. ii 'wiv wt ' ,Q .. 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WJ , Wheeler, .lohn Wheeler, Ralph Wheeler, Robert Wheeler, Robert Wheeler, Vicki Whisker, Alvin Whisner, Kara Whitaker, David White, Barbara White, Beverly White, Beverly White, Billie White, Cnnnie White, Elizaheth While, Evelyn White, Gary White, Gary White, Gregory White, .lohn White, ,lnseph White, Judy White, La Roma White, Linda White, Paul White, Richard White, Shirley White, Thomas Whileaker, Linda Whitealcer, Patricia Whitehead, Dennis Whitehead, John Whitehead, Linda Whitehead, Mary Whitehead, Wayne Whitehurse, Phyllis Whitesell, Milton Whitfield, Virgil Whitten, Arthur Whilworth, Jimmie Wholf, Morrice Wickell, Patricia Wieltens, Diane Wickham, Elaine Wickwire, Llnyalea Widel, ,lane Widel, loan Widener, Larry Widergren, Robert Wienberg, Carol Wienberg, Jerry Wienberg, Paulette Wiese, William Wiglield, .loyce Wiggins, Edith Wiles, .lohn Wilharm, Ron Wilhite, Donald Wilhoit, Daniel Wilinson, Robert Wilken, Carl Wilkerson, 'Nionroe Willard, Michael Willard, Nancy Willenbring, Paul Willerton, Bruce Williams, Charlene Williams, Charles Williams, Charlotte Williams, Deborah Williams, Dessa Underclassmen Wll Wlt XX illianl-. 4..nx XXilli,.un hvlnlml XXillian1s,H1u'nId Williams, Ivnn XX illidm .lan-k XX illiams. ,lalrqllv XX illiaxnf. 1.1:-qnv XX illidm ,Imm- XXillian1s, ,l.1nn' XX illiaxns. .luy XX illianl K.n'n-n XX illinm l..n'ry XX illizun Xlulllu' XX illiaun Xlvlwinz XX illiams. Nzlnvy XX'illiun1-.Hua-In-l XX illium Ruin-rl XX illiama. Kenlniv XX iIli.1m HHN XX illiuln Nuznh XX illiunw. Tlunnus XX illiams. X ic-luria XX illianxfnn. linda XX illhnnwn. Hivlnud XX illig. .lanuw XX1llis, Kalylxmml XX illis. X 1-rniv XX ilwn. liv..n- XX ilaon. Bula XX ll-nn. i1.1ruI XX ilmn. lfnmlv XX ilsun. llhullvs XX ilsnn, Dun XX ilsun. Dnnnm XX llxun. ltalrl XX ilmn. Hz-my XX ilwn. I..an.x XX xlwn. l..urx XXlIN4n1.l.i1nl.1 XX1lwnl.Ul'nll1- XX ll-nn. Kif lmlnl XX llwn. 5.1null.l XX il-nn. 5uI'uj.me- xxa1N..1..s1nr1.-, XX ilfun, XX illiunu XX iltw. Kar:-n XX inluurn. Xlurllm XX1mlrry,lv.1yl4- XX lnmlsnr. Hi1'h.u'ri XX ilu-milll-r. 'lllwnxas XX infix-'l. Unllulxl XX infrvy. lillurlvs XX illfrry. U1-nnis XXil1g1fh'ld. llizmr- XX inlmllz. Lynn XX inkvlmun, Donna XX inn. Xlury fXnn XX inn. Ruth XXil1xtef.1mi.4Il1c-ul XX inlvra. Pallwlzl XX irllw, Xfary XX islnwwk, XX .nym- XXivi4nx1.1Qurnl XX iw. Julia- XX iw-. Irslif- XX ise-. linda XX i--man. Jann-5 XX'ifslnan, Ric-hurd XX ilkuwski, Slvplu-n XX ill, Hlfrm'4li.l X nderclassmen: Wlt Yod 1 A I , k , I xlx ll ,lx 'Q Q' -,fl f 1 H . 1 14: .-l, Y it A " ,, .5 . ,. 5-fx n 'f n 1 7 f 1 51 .-.,, aw? K Z K . xv yr , , -M , fm A. ' 4- Q, 'Q 1- ..fAf' l ., . . , V"w1:,.:,,,w Q- f M , , ' . , ' T 'Fi mi l far 8 ' ' N' A 'S -K 3' X 5 L :A J E-3 , In my - ' , .F ' 'V J' 5 if Q - . K A. f 'l f. V .,..ff2' " X' f '35 X 52 N' if . .. , ,wg M ,,. ,U 1 A s.: 1,5 !v' I :g, .1ff.,,' s 5 I F " 2 ' i n 1 Ki 255- 55:86 1 HX lf it: V 41. 51, 5 265 XXilln'.K1llln XX itll-xuhl-rg1:'. N. IJ. XX illvllln-l'gl'l. Larry XX ollris-ll. .ll-nnifl-r XX offord, 5h.n-on XX olvoll. ,Ia-rrx XXnH.U.lIll'll1' XX olf. X11-rli XX olfv. Hlnolrl XX ollanl. I-Imilx XXolps-rs. I.:-Nliv XXooLl.11Xl1ll'l4'- XX ood. llouzllll XX ood. Ilvligilll XX ood. Franklin XXood. .laun- XXood. Priwillu Wood. S14-vl-ll XXood. Tholnzls XXoodzllX. Holmld XX oods. -Xmox XX nods. Billie' XX oods. john XX oods, jose-pll XX oods. Judy XX oods. Xlzlrlha XX oorix. Tluonuzli XX oodwurll. l.l-elif' XX oodmord. .Iohn XXoody. 1I.n'l XX oody. Cynlhia xx.....1y. lc.,l,.',-l XX oody. X l-ru XXooldrillg1'. Hurry XX oolvry. I.vonard XX onli. I 1-rvfd XX ooh:-X . XX zlrrlfu XXoolworlll. Vallriciu XX ol-len. .lm- XX ooh-n. 'Hlzunolls XXorlhan. N. ll XX right. liixu- XX rig1l1l..lanm'l- XX right. lxxm-n XX righl. ljndal XX riglll. Pilllj XX right. K3l.lnd XX right. Nlnluvl xx righl. XX'illium XX urdarlx. Nil-hard XX urdcmllu. XX illiam XX yall. lluvid XX yall. I.urry XX yall. Xlil-h.nAl XX ydra. Rohn-rl XX ynva. limlal XX yriwk. Kun-n XaCom'llo.1lruc'c' X arick. Burhura X urivk. Xluullou X arick. Xlvrl-llilh X ull-N, Kam-n X dlef. Nona Xales. Stl-phl-n Xe-ich. Xnilu Xe-onmn, Kdlln' X A-asc-n. Hzlrril-'ll X oakum. XX illiurd X oder. Judy X od:-'r, Slvvn-n Underclassmenz Yor-Zuz York, Sheryl Yost, Dean Young, Donald Young, Larry Young, Lynda Young, Michael Young, Mike Young, Roh:-rl Young, Verna Youngblood, Harold Youngblood, John Youngblood, Peggy Yourl, Gary Yowell, john Yows, Robert Zarale, Patricia Zaun, George Zeller, Gem' Zelmer, Tom Zellner, film-mia Zey, Roland Ziajor, Robert Zielinski, Al Zillner, Connie Zink, Cheri Zuber, Robert Zuber, Ronald Zurlo, Jos:-ph Zuzek, Richard Hirschman, M. S, Nichols, Gayle Williams, Gary Q .V ,Y Ai' W' -'45 f A V, i-' 'V ai , 1 ' TQ r Tag, " L :Q W -o'3"'jj45 'ful '-,', W .. 'A as Q, ll du' V -W , F'2-ww ,", - . i,,,,,, ,ig V- ,gi N 2,515 F K is . i as '-a' 3 ' nl " . . " "W-Q-,iii Z if 1 WW ,,. ,:... . is W 'I 2- - , 'K ' . .91 I K ITIL? 2 LK L ' , V 'i ' .j.-iffagaggigii- " f2g,wE7A , v. I -w ie, ' .Q , 'K - 'Qi ew in , s ' s R in 'U' or J 4' 5 'ffl .rfaxusxilw ' 1' "" M 'Q' z . ' ,. ., , gmmgaw ' f . 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Cheryl Brown, Donald Brown, ,Ierry Brown, Lawrence Buchanan, James Buie, Charles Burgess, Chuck Butterworth, Vida Byrd, ,lohn Cacioppo, Alex Caine, Robert Canatsey, Dennis Carpenter, Charles Chambers, Mary Churca, Marilyn Coker, Ross Cole, Mildred Cooley, Carol Cooper, Glenda Cooper, Richard Corbin, Marilyn Cordonier, William Coreen, Carolyn Cromer, Victor DeSelms, ,lack Graduates: Dic-Hiz Dirk, Robert Diggs, Dorothy Dornan, James lic-klioff, Kenneth Edson, l.awrr-nc-v Edwards, Lorraine llllioll, Mary lillia, Barry lfmble-lon, joseph Embrm-y, Clyde Hppe-rson, Barbara lfslvp, David lil:-liiaon, Lenorc- lfvlvr, Delores Evans, David Fc-rril, Charles Finlz-y, Anna Foslor, Mary l.uu Franlwn, William Frm-land, David Gahagan, John Gibbons, Lena Gibbs, J:-sse Gibbs. liynda Gif-ringer, Michael Gillganiion, Michael Glinn. 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