University of Dubuque - Key Yearbook (Dubuque, IA)

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' ' AH 10 - .rr J-- 0 TQ -ff' Y no5 DEL: ' 39:3 1 ., ...J Ms. u -ff X 1 I I - I JI. 1 I qv. . l',, 0 '25 - -' of "' 'U , ' ' 'P 1 , . A?" ..j, IFA .L xx 1 P7 0 . GOVBPIIIIIQIII 2. Culture . Society r- O O 4' 1: - 's ' Q fr- .' 'K o I 4 -' -3 -J ug ff' , ' I ora K. a' Ss .L "4 I 1.5.1 3, . Q 4 . s is ff 1 .-ts ,fr 4. 'f4oo" 5' '7 t if -L , -.. 5. Sports 11" V5 w ' u . . 6. Population r 2 7. Home Llfo . '-' 1.5 , EQ ' I .Ii ln, 1' 5--fx ' 1.9 -fs' , L' - 35' 2 .sa 'Iv' 1. V 7 . 'o' I Q,-'fu at ' ll- - -1 - -I - - I l . f,'7'w-rlm. f '..,' A!!-O", muh .r . P o 'xW f bv, r Z.: ' .Ik 1'-.Wk ' . gl 1' v l .t " . A"'-ii 9 fu- 1 Q' 'Qfs 'Q-N., N I , ., I , ."1iu:.-'Y"". ' :f-mf -1.- 13 O ' 0 0 P. 2' lhsgog' 'O' Qi - . Trwzi- 1" " '-" '1i?lx,:'x-'ri' 1 1 .. , DR. ROLLO LA PORTE President, University of Dubuque GUVEP1 ET 0 6' s .'.a'- E000 sth: "sv.' o.': 4,0 no 4, 'AP 14.50 no,. ,.s4 . an Dull p . 1 ,g. m D ww ww wwmwmxx 1 mm NV uf: 5. '1 .0 ,- '1' Dr. Elwyn Smith Dean of the Seminary dmini tration Dr. W. B. Zuker Vire-President of the University Mr. John Warner Business Manager dmimi tration Dr. Milo A. Rediger Acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Dr. Francis Kracher Registrar 10' ,s I" 0 ip few. . 9, s'.' "V J . .-5 I I : .- a . n . 1 . ,' Qu . eco' 4, A . - , .3 F "e'5' :fu . u' Q' IL .::': "' . u ' 'fu U 1 2 ,4.'. ' 1.- 5 o: .' Ju I "ill I n L ol Q . dz. if , . 5 f y 5 in 1 L --1 s ' 'H' ': . '- .- . -"--"-' ' . u .ff-'o"' Educational Policies Committee This committee is concerned with the academic affairs of the college. In matters pertain- ing to educational policy, curriculum, etc., the committee prepares recommendations for presen- tation to the faculty, and in matters of general academic policy, it serves as an advisory cabinet to the Dean of the College. H The personnel of the committee includes chairmen of the four divisions of the college, head of the department of education, Registrar and Dean. They are Miss Dorothy Taylor, chairman of the committee, Cacting for Dr. W. B. Zuker of the Natural Science Divisionl: Miss Anna Aitchisong Prof. William Rozeboomg Dr. W. R. Smith: Dr. Curtis T. Leaf: Dr. F. W. Kracherg and Dr. Milo Rediger. Left to right: Dr. Smith, Miss Aitchisou, Miss Taylor, Dr. Recligger, Prof. Rozeboom, Dr. Leaf. qu' 0 lA.,5.'z, og, uc! I uv I.. -'-iix o ' 3 I : .- u D. 'iz Qi U ' t .A O45 L J lsr .f s r .1 3 Q" ' , n , Q s ni,l,ns' Board of Publications The Board of Publications is the committee which controls all university publications- the Cue, the Key, the yearly catalogue, Alumni bulletins, and the DCA, to mention only a few. This group is composed of several administration and faculty members as well as the edi- tors and business managers of both student publications. In addition to determining the policies of university publications, the Board establishes rules of procedure for election of editorial and business staff. For instance, this year the com- mittee ruled that the yearbook should become an all-school project rather than one of the duties of the junior class. A Back row fsrandingl, left to right: R. Berger, H. Gearharr, F. Gorman. Front row fseatecll: L. Selmar, Mr. Spear, Dr. E. Smith, Dr. Venelclasen, Mr. Warner. . 9, Christian Life Council The Christian Life Council is the body designed to correlate and oversee religious activi- ties on campus. The council is composed of student leaders and faculty members. Dr. Arthur Cochrane is the faculty chairman of the group while David Drake is the stu- dent chairman. Marianne Thaden is secretary. The rest of the council is made up of represen- tatives from Student Council, Pan-Hellenic, Inter-Fraternity, Student Christian Association, and the Seminary. The chief project of the Council is arrangements for the annual Faith and Life Conference held each fall. The small group pictured above the Council is the Chapel Committee, this committee plans all Chapel services Chapel Committee: Left to right: Mr. Rozeboom, R. Connell, M. Greer, Dr. Recliger, R. Hansel, E. Jones, Mr. Martens. Left to right: M. Thaden, Dr. Berger, N. Oalc, R. Gloyd, D. Drake, Mr. Martens, Dr. Cochrane, R. Berger, Dr. Robert Smith. jagegfwww Back row, standing, left to right: C. Arnold, I. Rothweiler, L. Trujillo, D. Lewis, B. Rittenhouse. Seated, left to right: lVl. Bartlow, M. J. Keith, R. Gloycl, Mrs. McNeill. Hou e Council When problems arise in the Dubuque family, either in Severance Hall or in Steffens Hall, there is one Way to settle themg bring them to the House Councils, Whose main purposes are to make the dormitories more pleasant places to live. Standing, left to right: Mr. Martens, O. Luecllce, E. Jones, C. Steever, G. Coppage, J. Sundstedt. Seated: D. Jafvert, M. Winters. 35 I ..: ' '- - .a ag ., u A as I ' . , ol ,- I Q 1, , r. fl' "' Q, q r j - no' ...gg L A ., ,. .:-.. : . '- .4 ' . . . .g . :- . '- . tudent Council A sharp whistle and the freshman mixer was in full swing! This was the first major project of the Student Council. Who lines up the Homecoming parade? Who secures prizes and assembly speaker? No one but the Student Councill "Would you care to donate to the Red Feather drive?" This question re-echoed on cam- pus as the third project went into action. The Council saw to completion this year the revision of the cut system. A student is now entitled to take cuts equal to the number of credit hours in each course in addition to all ex- cused absences. This governing body is elected by the students and its purpose is to further plans of the student body and administration. Standing, left: to right: J. Siege, L. Sonlcsen, D. Drake, B. Cannon, H. Gearhart, G. Coppage, H. Stein. Seated, left to right: Mr. Wallace, R. Close, J. Galliart, M. Thaden, J. Chambers, M. Julius. Pictured in upper right corner is R. Hutchison, President of Council. Left to right: M. Dennler, Dr. Baker, C. Rothlisberger, Dean Rediger, D. Drake. Arnold, D. Jafvert, Mr. Newcomb, B. Hansel, Mr. Rozeboom, Miss tudent Affairs Committee The Student Affairs Committee acts as the governing body in the planning of a well-balanced school calendar. Its membership is composed of live faculty members and five students ' All University activities following the dinner hour fall under the jurisdiction of this Committee and it is its purf pose to prevent serious conflicts which might arise in the scheduling of activities In order to secure a place on the calendar of social events, 6 Y it is necessary for each organization to submit a request Q which must be approved by the Committee at its semi- Q I monthly meetings Q ff Us W ' LQ, 5' ix X iii? iivfvipfgailibf 7 X fifs Q L ..- fioo fm A -V l C ,b V9 . 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' M' ll 0 'X-.1395-'f:3'f'.-"C-f '1,L'3'. 43' A 'Si 1 '-I 1 ff' ' -,':4.'-. x6 C, ' '50 il liciigitlii 'f- -. : - . ,, -A 4 - lf' 'Y' 09' 0 5332- 'if' -'Ta , - ,W ,- - D, ... 1 - .gin- o 0 1 1- ,ihgk ...lin ,. 'L nq-,ktks ' ' ' 47 ,W 'sf ' . ' - 4 - . . , 3 it W 5 f 'ss ' ' by of o J I el ir , . . 'lily . fl? fl cl , ' ,n A .diy N 1901 -lwliifg ':5'g:a ii- Standing, hack row, left to right: R. Gloycl, E. Dorst, A. Sorensen, C. Ploen, G. Wolfe. Seated: B. Sweany, Miss Rothlisberger, M. Keith, J. A. Lindaman, M. Mecum. Pan-Hellenic The Pan-hellenic and Interfraternity councils work together to co-ordinate affairs concern- ing their social groups. Rushing rules, interfraternity athletic contests, and the annual fraterni- ty-sorority dance are all part of the council's Work. Inter-Fraternity Standing, left to right: D. Williams, M. Winters, T. Schavone, T, James, C. Willming, D. Drake Seatecl: Dr. Geyer, R. Berger, J. Siege, R. Schumacher. fy ff' 8 , A H f x N X ,f xfff X 5 lmmlJ .5 'S' 3 K M j W A N ff Q? 'gawk' M fr? T 'K K gm XXX Rzligiouz E, i Whuvation Bw apbszmpby 5 , Q E fi gs . Science KZ! M-.. ... 82-fr 'D ' 1 5:55.55-e 45, """..-C' ,, H UHff'f':f"'a fs 'lllllrl,l ' V iiii 5 x, V "QP . 5 fail, a. 9' I 3., r " ,ll IID' 1 5l fi!-J'5' xr-Q.-5,,rSu,,,, i DEISEXRTMENTS N Il Langu ,Q -ix Doy M. Baker James O. Barnhill Professor of Music Instructor of h.D., University of Iowa Speech-Forensics M.A., New York Univ age and Fine Arts i Ruben V. Austin, Professor of Economics and Spanish A.M., University of Iowa Anna M. Aitchison, Professor of English, Chairman of the Division of Languages and Fine Arts. A.M., Cornell University Lou Mae Botten Instructor of Art B.E., Platteville State ersity Teachers College Richard B. Geyer Professor of English M.A., Miami University Edith Groff Instructor of Piano Pupil of Glenn Dillard, Josef Levhinne, and Artur Schnabel : . I 'ou , I ..g2 " ,,. . 1 . ,gs 1 : IS 1 lv' . ol : ' if . 'lv . . 5. 0, ,. - .J . w' s. t I ua.. ep- 0 ,gap-' 0' .1 'L n'p ' nc.n.,, o l r' -fi ' coli zri wi rg i gg 1 :?F4 . tif 'Z-fs fn Francis Waldemar Kracher Registrar Professor of Modern Languages Franklin Le Bar Stanley Newcomb Paul Grover B.D., Wesleyan Theological Associate Professor of Music Professor of Speech and Associate Professor of Music Seminaryg Ph.D., University M.M., Northwestern Drama M.M.E., Kansas University of Chicago University A.M., University of Redlands l r o ' ' . I .R s'::.' I Mrs. Martha Oakley Shermfug Slgeftr IMrs. Gail Sflifgiter ' Director o u ic e ations. nstructor o oice InsgilgffjZfogilgsgnggioisfan Instructor of English and Pupil of Conrad Murphree Georg Liebling, Edward Journalism I and Oscar Seagle Eigenschenk MS. in Ed., Indiana University U English Club Officers: President ,....,......,..., .......,....... ...,.... B r yan Cannon Vice'President .........., .............. D oris Lewis Secretary-Treasurer .,..,. K ..... Barbara Dewey Program Chairman ......i.,..i..,.,.,,............ Ruth Pfeiffer Early last fall plans were discussed for a new departmental club on campus. In November the English Club became a reality with its first meeting at the home of Prof. and Mrs. Geyer, advisors. The constitution was adopted at the December meeting. The club plans to develop a deeper appreciation of literature, and to provide academic stimulation outside of the classroom. Standing, left to right: J. Green, D. Eldred, Mr. Geyer, M. Becker, G. Fernald, I-l. Gearhart, B. Cannon. Seated, left to right: W. Sull, R. Pfeifer, R. Koterwski, D. Lewis, B. Dewey, J. Shorten, P. Kato. fNore: Since this picture was taken many new members have joined the English Club. This group is the nucleusj. s 9. .3 v , J nts' 'Ay : ' 1 ' '. A . ,. , l W ' ' Q . .-o,'f: ' Ln- .U:' . .. ': 2"3 I Q . a, Q 0 ' cience Mrs. Anabel E. Bijjani Instructor of Biology MS., Ohio State University George Y. Bijjani Instructor of Biology M.Sc., University of Illinois Mrs. R. A. Caldwell Instructor of Home Economics B.S., Iowa State Teachers College Maye Hagen Professor of Home Economics lVI.S.. Iowa State College Kenneth E. Mercer Director of Athletics, Head Coach, Associate Professor of Physical Education M.A., Beloit College rimsf' 0 Ou '- . il 6- 1 .9 -. Enos G. Pray Professor of Biology M.A., University of Iowa Hazel M. Rothlisberger Associate Professor of Mathematics M.A., University of Wisconsin john Warner Business Manager. Instructor L. Dean Wallace Dorothy M. Taylor Associate Professor of Professor of Physics History and Political Science of Mathematics M.A., Indiana University M.A., University of Iowa B,A., Taylor University William Burdette Zuker Professor of Chemistry Chairman of the Division o Natural Sciences M.S., University of Chicago D.Sc., University of Dubuqu L T ,M i- nf J. :sie -in I 1 Stephen S. Attinger Ruben V. Austin Curtis T. Leaf Instructor of Education and Professor of Economics Professor of Education Psychology lVI.A., University of Iowa Ph.D., Colorado State College lVl.A., Rutgers University of Education School of Education Officers: President ...........,.. ............... . ...... . Richard Adams Vice-President .......... ...... R ichard Koterwski Secretary-Treasurer .................r....,.c.. .Betty Rypkema These students are pre-professional people. They are all future teachers. One of the requi- sites of a professional worker is that he keep abreast of all that is pertinent to his field. Monthly meetings of I.F.T.A. are given over to topics such as principles and ethics, recent trends in edu- cation, discipline, guidance, and public relations. Back row, standing, left to right: M. Dremmel, Balhach, E. Black, M, Carroll, R. Smith, W. Stamm, Dr. Leaf, Mr. Attiug er, B. Riggs, R. Phipps, T. Schavone, L. Sonlcsen, C. Ploen, L. Hummermeier, L. Brandau. Seated, left to right: S. Adrian, M. Bartlow, G. Wolfe, J. North, B. Ryplcema, R. Adams, B. Vanderlippe, M. J. Keith, M Greer, B. Baal. . . , u O.. U I ,nu 5' ' '- ,- :. !. n ,-" A '-fi n a -il , ., . X. 4 Q f, 'ia' Umicron Mu Oiiicers: President ,.........f. - ................ ..... a ...... R uth Close Vice-President .,....... - .....,,. Mary Thompson Secretary ....... .. - ....... ....,.. E lizabeth Jahn Treasurer .r... ..... G loria Sunneson Remember the float in the homecoming parade on which was placed a banquet table load- ed with good things to eat? That was an example of the year's many activities--among other things, eating. There's the taffy-pull, the yule breakfast, bake sales, sweetheart dinner, and those delicious angel food cakes baked by Miss Hagen for the monthly birthday dinners. This picture was taken at the Sweetheart dinner, an annual affair of Omicron Mu. This is one of the many activities spon sored by this home economics pre-professional club. ham .W .4 mm.-., ,, ,WI ........ 1 , 'L Q f 1' .-sa.. ., , 4. aa.f,.5es5 ,.. : 3 ' M. I A 'E iw -ff ' "" 1. Saws". Q we . . Arlie McGuire, Professor of So- - nology. PhD., Cornell Um- FE versity William G. Rozeboom, Profes- sor of History and Political Q Science, Chairman of Social Science Division. M.A., Uni- y versity of Michigan tl ocial cience Cluh Oflicers: President ,,,...,,,.,.............,..,. ,.,,.. D on Eldred Program Chairmen ...,. ...,... B arbara Mann Rose Wimmer Secretary-Treasurer .....,....,...,,,. Robert Williams Meeting twice monthly, this departmental club, interested in all of the problems that con- cern mankind, had an interesting year discussing political, economic, and social problems. Prob- lems ranging from "socialized medicine" to "growing old successfully" were discussed and received enthusiastically by the group. L. Dean Wallace, Associate Pro- fessor of History and Politi- cal Science. M.A., University of Iowa Margaret Van Scoyoc, Associate Professor of Commerce. M.S., Kansas University Back row, left to right: G. Wolfe, C. Cheinelik, D. Elclrecl, A. Hamilton, D. Datisman, J. Elliott, J. Hemsley, M. Hausheer R. Williams, T. Schavone, C. Dumbell fguest speakerl, J. Gill, M. Kennedy, Dr. McGuire. Front row, left to right: J. Balbach, C. Osborne, R. Wimmer, C. Arnold, J. McKeag, R. McNeill, B. Sweany, H. Velsor, B Mann. M. Thaclen. B. Johnson. Religions Education, Philosnph and Bible D. Alan Martens, Associate Pro- fessor of Bible and Christian Education. Tl1.B., Auburn Theological Seminaryg lVl.Ed., University of Pittsburgh Iota Chi Officers: President s,,,,s. ,,,...., M arguerite Norman Vice-President ,,...,,,......, .Ida Rothweiler Secretary ,ss...,v,, .....A....., M iriam Bassett Treasurer ..........s....s Cornelia Freeseman Designed primarily for young women going into full M time Christian work, Iota Chi Sigma's basic purpose is to encourage Christian fellowship in service, study, and worship, and to inspire and encourage a richer Christian life among its members. Meetings are planned to present opportunities for future work and service and to deal with current situa- tions in the church. Several speakers shared their experi- ences to the group on a variety of subjects. David I. Berger, Professor of Homiletics QSeminaryl, Pro- fessor of Bible QCollegel. lVl.R.E., Auburn Theological Seminary, Th.D., University of Dubuque Back row, left to right: M. Bassett, M. Norman, N. Oak, B. Turney, C. Freeseman, B. Baal, B. Ryplcema, A. Bahr, M. Jas- pers, Mrs. Berger, L. Baal, Mrs. Martens, R. Davenport, F. Smith, Mr. Martens, C. Hilfmger, M. Becker. Front row, left to right: H. Lazaricles, Z. Lazaricles, M. Lloyd, S. Zouncouricles, H. Connor, C. Arnold, M. Greer, De Groff D. Kruse, J. Sieclschlag, J. Hartbeclc, J. Shorten, L. Frerichs. H l Milo A. Rediger, Acting Dean and Instructor of Bible. Ph.D., New York University Chi Alpha ilmega A Oflicers: ,, President ....,..........,....,.i,ii,... Ken Remer ma., Vice-President .i........,., AA,.i. P aul Kato Secretary .i....... ...,., D on Eldred Treasurer ...,.., ,,,e,e J im Green Chi Alpha Omega, a pre-ministerial fraternity, rovides fellowship for all those men on campus who re planning careers in some phase of the Christian eld. Some are going to be ministers, others mission- ries and still others teachers and doctors. Kenneth P. Smith, Associate Professor of Bible, Christian Education ancl Greek. B.Th., Pittsburgh-Xenia Theological Seminary W. Robert Smith, Professor of Bible and Philosophy. Chair- man of the Division of Bible, Philosophy, Psychology, and Religious Education. Th.D., Southern Theological Semi- nary Back row, left to right: K. Remer, D. Elclrecl, J. Green, R. Adamson, O. Lanham, A. Duba. Front row, left to right: Dr. Berger, P. Kato, R. Arends, D. Jafvert, M. Carroll, F. Wells. Rev. Arthur C. Cochrane, Pro- fessor of Systematic Theology Rev. Richard O. Comfort, Pro- fessor of Christian Education and Associate Director of the Department of Rural Church Rev. David I. Berger Professor of Homiletics Three professors from the college serve the Seminary as lecturers and part- time instructors. They are: Rev. Stanley Newcomb, Professor Arlie McGuire, and Professor William G. Rozeboom. Rev. Joseph L. Mihelic, Profes- sor of Old Testament Rev. Stanley Newcomb, part time instructor in seminary. Professor of Speech in Col- lege of Liberal Arts Rev. Klaas J. Stratemeier Professor of New Testament Rev. William J. Sinclair Thompson Visiting Lecturer Rural Sociology and Missions M.A., Cornell Universityg B.D., McCormick Theological Seminary Rev. James I. Veneklasen Head of the Department of Church History 'and Government I 14 Alice Holcomb Librarian Clarence Fenchell Director of Self Help Mrs. Franklin Le Bar, R.N., 1 iii School Nurse Mr. Joe Vancel Admission Counsellor Mrs. Agnes McNeill, Resident Head of Severance Hall Mrs. Joe Vancil Dr. H. F. Sinning M. M. Murrell Harry ffurner, Difefifof Of Ad' Admission Counsellor Field Representative Field Representative 11115510115 Office talf R. Neves, M. Dennler and Mr. S. Spear, B. Blondin and L. Kremer, Mr. C. Snucker, Mrs. B. Thalman, Mrs. E. Lawrence and E. Rausforcl, Mrs. E. Purvis, Mrs. J. Tasker and Mrs. G. Phipps, Mrs. A. Steffens cmd H. Turner, B. Muir and G. Pfeffer, Mrs. L. Ostrander, Schlegel and S, Smith. I f 7. Behind the canes Mrs. A. McGrath and "Amanda," Janitressesg E. Merriweather, M. Seipp, M. Potvine, D. Mueller, Mrs. Edwards, S. Theiu, and M. Kremer, Cooksg Ed Apel, Gym Janitorg Ed Stoltz, Janitor, and his son, Charlesg H. Schucker: and B. Deggendorf, Boiler Room Expertsg C. Fenchell, T. Turner, F. Messing, and D. Derwiler, Handimeng George Bridge, Night Wfatchman. Q' -:. .-.- 13.1 5 - 2 wr ful f ' i- :gigs an .- - : 1, . ,fp ,-1 -44' 4 CULTURE w x I 'hr .fo l 'U Q fa 'O 99 O qv ' o,s a ff an 4 nit 1.1 .0 E a ,T 4 !'lg o 5: I :I 'Q 0.14 .1 IQ' w 1 3. dx, 5 o ,,.,',ol Q ,400 0 I. O o dl ,,a 'gan P ru. . 1" - . l 'n x 1 , In QR" . I. 'w : al XYSX'5lEYxSXV1 'il-sf 969 W? Yebrxxewcy TZ 23 'M 'Ykmx my EKXABQI' Saxuuifg EXE? GMM' w PWA A 'XMSQX N A Theatre Board 47 Chairman ,,,.............,......,,..,......,, Joan De Groff Secretary of Records ,.,.,,.........,,..... Helen Velsor Publicity ...,....,. Marge Dennler and Marv Greer Makeup e.,eee.,.e Mari Bartlow and Betty Johnson Costumes ,,,v.,,,,,,..,.o.,,,,...,,.,,,......,,,. Joan North Photographer ..... ...... L eon Sonksen Properties ..........,..... ............. D an Ratliff Business Manager e,.,,,......,.....,... Orville Lanham Stage Manager .,.,...r.,.r,,.,..,...,,.,....., Jack Dennis House ...,........,,.. Joan Jenkins and Harold Stein anding, left to right: J. De Graff, H. Velsor, J. Dennis, L. Sonksen, M. Bartlow. tting, left to right: J. jenkins, D. Ratliff, J. North, M. Dennler, H. Stein, O. Lanham, B. Johnson. -k X .X Stanley Newcomb director M y C J y fa fu .. J 1 -:::'1'af":"i'i for S J A 2 we -,af-1-v-f- s ' C ea J , University Concert Band Clarinets: Percussion : Donna Aitchison Jane Balbach Charles Ferris Joyce l-lartback Arlys Kannegieter Dwight Sandman Carol Stimson Joan Lay Sax : Elinor Brandau Bassons: Maxine Mills Jack Krambeck French Horns: Tom James Wayne Liddle Trumpets: Lois Brandau Doreen Eckles Cieorge Flanders Bob Kilby Bob Phipps Ronald Smith Charles Willming Virginia Prink Mari Bartlow Robert O'Brien Tympam' and Bells : Beth Houston Harpist : Betty Stoltz Oboes: Carol Emmons Joyce Roll Flutes: Audrey Bergman Clara Kehren Josephine Quick Barbara Yoder Horns: Howard Boker Roy Crawford Arlo Duba Peter Koopman Jack Remaly Betty Rypkema Joan Strut Robert Walters Bob Burgess P' J .197 9 H V6 H. ff., . i i 4. wi ll Q tsfggei. , be F 1: Q ik., , ,A , -. of , J Lzmrw' t' ' ' ' FVw...i.f fi ,, ,f,ffff1 fl'H5il'iliifiIz - 12511, or 1- " Wi' 'L,Q,g,.ag,5,.C, ,L.. ........ 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'gn L 3,5 l Harold Schneider Harpist: Q ' W H , Iloluciue Trujillo Betty Stoltz 'fl .qua min... f.. rs. Andrea Ulbrich - , H? ' i pig f wgfll David Wiisan Clafmlm. lg fllilf P' Mrs..C1aude Klaver Donna Altchlsgn 'G - l 9 U Gail Pfefler 9 N Bass. D b Charles Ferris Qpzf, Q 1 1 ' P2iOLilnGI1?oveei'ar Om Bassonsr if G l D Tuba. .lack-Kfamnbeck ff NX- ' Bob Burgess axme Nmls Q.. is 'l G. M T 'I Trumpet: Q ii A H' l l Berhyl-riociiizsriipn ga Iicidgle, h .wait ii Cellos: Ona mm X G G Barbara Dewey Trombonesr Q ggi? , virginia Mead Howard Boker s G gf - 7 Pearl Stonskas AIIO Duba xQ1s.Q f" K 9 - yi Renee Ulbri h Charles Willmin sgib P06 no 9 in ' . C g a 'xxgx Yah 9.559 M VQOICII French Horns: an ina ' Mislfeieifsfhiiif Ifiilifiiziiiiom , " l 1 Gertrude Ulbrich Doris Parnell , G l 'ng ""' i fi , -... , ,W ' Cappella Choir It's "Awake the dormant voice and sing"..when each year the A Cappella Choir fur- nishes Dubuque with its singing. The choirsters, apparelled in their new blue robes, spent many happy hours together, rehearsing, touring and having a joyous year in song and friend- ship. "Ti1l air is rent and heavens ring: and echo peals from mount to seas, hail Alma Mater, Hail to Thee!" Chapel Choir Chapel Choir provides sacred music for several of the year's chapel programs. Although they are a small group they enjoy singing together to bring musical pauses in the busy school day. Chapel Choir is under the direction of Professor Franklin Le Bar. This year there was a small group: nevertheless, several programs were presented. Left to right: D. Rockwell, E. Branclau, V. Frinlc, S. Fritz, G. Gillespie, J. Lay, M. Briclgelacnd, L. Dixon, B. Hammen G. Stadel, R. Candelaria. Mr. Le Bar is seated at the piano. Back row, left to right: H. Boker, G. Flanders, M. Karigan, C. Mullady. Front, left to right: D. Sandman, C. Ferris, Krambeclc, Dr. Doy Baker. Left to right: Chambers, D. Aitcluisou, B. Dewey. Left to right: A. Duba, E. Black, B. Houston, S. Adrian, Nl. Julius, M. North, A. Kannegeiter L. Smith, D. Drake, C. Vaughan. essiah After the last triumphant strains of the "Hallelujah Chorus" had died away the capacity crowd that Hlled St. Luke's Methodist Church on the night of'December 10 turned and left in reverent silence. The "Messiah," which was first performed here in 1906 with Dr. Hugh D. Atchison con- ducting, had once again been given, and George Frederich Handel's music had stirred hearts and minds again for Christmas, 1950. Dr, Doy Baker, head of the University music department, conducted the l50-voice chorus and the 40-piece orchestra. Soloists were Mrs. Vera Scamrnon, sopranog Miss Dorothy Krebill, alto: Mr. Robert Eckert, tenor, and Mr. Franklin Le Bar, bass. The chorus and orchestra are made up of members of the oratorio society. ak Dr. Doy Baker, conducting l umwdumsim, ,,,,,Y wm. .... ' ..w ..v.' The Cue Staff: Editor .,....,.,...,....,... .,.., . Herb Gearhart Associate Editor .... ,.. .,,. L --Don Eldred Business Manager ,.,..,,..s,, Fred Gorman Sports Editor ,..........,.... George Coppage Circulation Manager ,,..rr,v Joan Jenkins Left to right: H. Gearhart, Ed., Shorten, D. Lewis, Reporters. Reporters: Barry Adler, Bill Ahrens, Howard Boker, Ruth Davenport, Bill Johnson, Todd La Porte, Doris Lewis, Otto Luedke, Rebecca McNeill, Dan Ratliff, Jean Shorten, Doug Taylor, Mari- anne Thaden, and Helen Velsor. Seated, left to right: D. Eldrecl, F. Gorman, G. Coppage, Mr. Spear, L. Selmar, D. Ratliflf. Standing, left to right: H. Gear-hart, R. Davenport, J. Wanat, W. Johnson, R. Dickeson, J. Shorten, M. War- ner, R. Close, D. Taylor, H. Velzor, B. Adler, W. Ahrens, O. Luedlce, R. McNeil, M. Thaden, I. La Porte, D. Lewis. The Ke Editorial Staff: Editor: Lois Selrnar. Art Editors: Ruth Close, Gustav Moldestad, Terry Chin, Marge Warner. Literary Editor: Don Eldred. Photography: Leon Sonksen, Terry Chin Jay Childs, Fred Wells. Technical Advisor: Ruth Gloyd. Literary Staff: Donna Aitchison, Rita Arand Tom Barthell, Jay Childs, Betty Cox, Jack Dennis, Jim Green, Cordelia Hilling- er, Don Jafvert, Tom James, Bill Johnson, Mary Jo Keith, Clara Kehren, Malcolm Kennedy, Bob Purcell, John Selmar and Marge Warner. Business Staff: Business Manager: Bob Berger. Staff Members: Otto Luedke, Todd La Porte, Harold Stein and John Selmar. Class Representatives: Todd La Porte, Doris Lewis, Otto Luedke, Dan Ratliff, Ron Smith, Lois Stuessy and Helen Velsor. Back row, left to right: G. Moldestad, B. Dewey, T. James, Dennis, O. Luedke. Second row, left to right: M. Kennedy, B. Johnson, K. Kehren, C. Hilfinger, T. Barthell, T. La Porte, J. Sel , J. Ch'ld . Seatexdialeft to iiiglilt: M. J. Keith, R. Gloycl, R. Berger, L. Selmar, R. Close, M. Warner, D. Aitchison. son. lf' :mu V Q X w UCI 0' 1' IUC ' J v Vu My 0' v'! 'pl' I 4 on. -1 mx H. Q., I-bn' ' 4.1. . ,nl ' v 'o Q. h I lil Q-W , v. n A 4. I a s n n n n . "..o 1 fny 1 'v xo ' s 4 - A A 4 g Q 0 . ' ., 5 -J n . :-- . W, Q 1' '- u 1 n Q' . un-.f 1' at ll al- .J 'ns ' v , I x 4 Q'- n 0 hi 4 O'l .ll I .5- U ,:,"o-I 4'l'l:. I' a'u. Q.: gnu ' O D us. ' 'Q ',1 OD I O', Q M, U' I ,. W F 0 1.' 1 1 1'- ' 9 I I V A I ' O 0 o u ,'-.- X .,s' w"b ,' ww 'I . ,.'s,: -o ,1', .'." ' '04 'h 5wf,'! -. v. ..v.o 1. ,.,,c - o.'o,.o-v 'v,. l I ' I 4 , , sq, .. ,, z'.I- .ffws l.'. 9.' '-, lg' 1' , ,, . .9 .,',v. o O .- , o .4 ' .A 1.0 ', 'N s 'J' .wQw.q, I.'.' 0 "' '- Q - A 4 .--, . . -.,,1 -'.f, , u l', 'I Q. f . Q In ff l': 1 'I . a v . J" Q , 1 O. ' l!,' 1. 1 Back row, left to right: Miss Hagen, M. Meyer, J. Green, Warner, R. Adamson, R. Lucas, Mrs. Berger, D. Ratliff. Second row, left to right: Mr, Bijjani, M. Bartlow, L. Baal, T. James, M. Thaclen, H. Conner, L. Smith, R. Candlelaria Seated, left to right: D. Aitchison, D. Drake, N. Oak, K. Remer. X plwiviwfagwl lilil lm' ef lim iqvi2f-gi ,M is i1i?,i.li. a..i.ii The purposes of the S.C.Z-X. 1. To deepen the spiritual life and strengthen Christian fellowship among the members of the Dubuque family. 2. To gain a fuller understanding of Christian faith and discipleship. 3. To discover God's will and do it. 4. To lead students to accept the Christian faith, according to the Scriptures. Officers: Co-Presidents ..,., ...... D ave Drake, Naomi Qak Secretary .......... ..,........... D onna Aitchison Treasurer ...... ............,. K enneth Remer L, ,Q A 'ng , ,X xg E.. Q Q 7 W-nl xl Sigww 55 5' ph W4 ff 'Qi' wg-v-wr-f"'i""" if fgilagggg J ,pw lzQWfgq , , Sz ,, iff :II A IN"--'H Mis , gg -L A lizluuu I 5 Za X vi D A 4, ..5 W Y . -JMU 5 wa. W Q 3 KI Alpha Psi Ume a Oflicers: President ,.,7 , .,.....,,...,, .Mary .lo Keith Secretary v,.. ...A L eon Sonkson A sincere interest in theatre arts is the signiiicant characteristic of members of Alpha Psi Omega. A national honorary fraternity, the Delta Zeta's are the representative cast on the Dubuque Campus. Membership is determined by a point system based on requirements of work on stage and off during drama productions.- Baclc row, left to right: L. Sonlcsen. M. Dex-mler, M. Becker, M. I. Keith, J. De Groff, L. Selcar, D. Williams. Second row, left to right: B. Johnson, G. Wolfe, M. Greer, J. North, H. Velsor, J. Sieclschlag, M. Bartlow, B. Variclerlippe, C. Ploen. Seated, left to right: Dennis, R. Bielc, Selmar, O. Lanham, B. Connell. lpha Pi Omega A brainy group, eh what? They maintain a grade of 2.0 and manage to participate in many extracurricular activities. Besides these requirements, they have shown evidence of good conduct, courtesy, and leadership. D. Aitchison E. Black N. Brown R. Connell A. Duba L. Frerichs J. Green R. Koterwski L. Selmar D. Schumacher Ni J' . .g' '., 0- .' , Q' I -'jfs n a 1 .0 . 1, " X. . --H it . ,u , Lp? D ,if . - :.'. 0 .g'f' h0's ho WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDESTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES? These are the choice made by a committee of students and faculty on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character and service. M. Bartlow M. Becker J. Chambers R. Connell D. Drake H, Gearhart R. Hutchison M. Greer N. Oak x E H. Ballcin R. Boehllce G. Flanders J. Green R. Hansel C. Schaffer J. Selma: M. Thaden M. Greer 'Y Q. K ' Pi Kappa Delta Ofiicers: President .... . ...,...,............... John Selmar Vice-President .................,.... Jim Green Secretary-Treasurer ...... ...... M ary Greer "Speak the Speech, I pray you-" -Shakespeare 'This persuasive looking group of thinkers and orators has spoken many speeches this year not only in debate, but in radio, after dinner, and extemporaneous speeches. There was even some folk-tale telling and poetry reading. Meeting teams from many different colleges and universities, Dubuque's teams partici- pated in tournaments at Grinnell, Bradley, Eau Claire, and Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. u -" ' - 1 ' S' ,- .x Q J' S u 'Cv l "U" Club I 'lit r u rl .U 1' 1' ., ' . " 0.5: . Ln- J ' t ig n' D . . ..g . ,-. President ..,.......,........,..,, Ron I-Xnfenson Vice-President .........,...... Bryan Cannon Secretary-Treasurer .,.......... Bob Purcell When the 1950-51 "D" Club met in September it Was minus such familiar ath- letes as Bill Burnette, Bob Nissen, Bob Mil- ler, Dwight Price, Don McCallister, Bret Johannsen, Will Tuttle, Ken Kiburz, Ted Schaumberg, Keith Malone, and Eldon Loats. Under the direction of President Andy Anfenson, the advertising for the 1950 foot- ball and basketball programs was sold by members of the "D" Club. The big task of the "D" Club each year is the Homecoming Dance. Ray Schumacher and his committee did a splendid job of dec- orating. Music was provided by Sandy Sandburg and his orchestra. The Homecoming Queen, Dee Schumacher, was crowned by Captain Bob Bove at the bonfire pep rally on the eve of the Central game. Her court included Alice Houston, Ruth Gloyd, Anna Sorenson, and Jeanne O'Brien. The athletic banquet held every spring brings an end to the activities of the "D" Club for the school year. At this banquet, athletes are given awards for their services to college. The awards for the l949-1950 season were: Outstanding Senior Athlete Trophy, Leroy Watts: Outstanding Freshmen Athlete Ip. ,545 - , 1 fjfx A Trophy, Phil Tindrell: HD" Club Scholar- ship Trophy, Bill Floyd. Captain blankets were given to Bill Burnett and Keith Malone. Leroy Watts received the basketball and Paul Scharlepp, track. The "D" Club wishes to express its thanks to everyone who helped in any way to make the l95O-51 athletic program at the Univer- sity a success. Standing, left to right: G. Buck, D. McDonald, M. Hausher, J. Holcomb, G. Coppage, T. Hamilton, J. Strauss, A. Sparanuta, B. Purcell, B. Connell. Sitting, left ro right: B. Braucht, J. Baber, R. Anfenson, B. Johannsen, B. Wickland, E. Bauman. partan Club Gflicers: President ,,.....v,...,, . ..,,. Bruce Ferguson Vice President .... .....,...,.. C leo Ploen Secretary ,...,.......v.,. ,.. . . ,.. P at Luce Business Manager ..,,,,,..,,..,..., Jim Coats Spartan club composed of ninety members with ninety lusty voices is always on hand to provide moral support for athletic events at home or abroad. Led by six cheer leaders this club is a vital part of school spirit. Besides cheering, the Spartan Club members directed many events during Homecoming Weekend such as decorating the football field, leading the snake dance, and taking charge of the bonfire program. Cheer Leaders Left to right: L. Stuessy, J. North, D. Rockwell, P. Luce, G. Whitmer, M. North. Back row, left to right: G. Wolff, G. Meyen, P. De Beer, J. Wichman, L. Camp, F. Winter, M, Linde- man. Third row, left to right: C. Bridgeland, V. Pfunclsteiu, M. Carey, P. Tindrell, H. Stein, C. Osborne, T. La Porte, M. Bartlow, J. Vanclenberg, North, H. McQuiety, R. Gloyd. Second row, left to right: G. Staclel, L. Brandau, M. Hinline, Failor, C. Stimson, C. I-lirtz, M. Linlcus, I-I. Velsor, A. Kort, B. Rittenhouse. Front row, left to right: L. Stuessy, North, P. Luce, D Rockwell G Whitmer M North w 11" ff. J av WW ,L ,sm .. Mi f 'ii 3 51 A QSTQ 5? ,f 5 3 an Al Q . .,.,., -IEEE- , " --g.g:,A,, , . ,... - ,1 L 4 X W 1' gn :- , , 9 JM 3. ' ' i - . 3 .. 7542! Wgff 'lf 4: 151,355 1 ,, ,ay --.--w , , fgi2E2"3W" 5 5 i f 5 3 3 U Standing, left to right: T. La Porte, T. Greenwalt, G. Whitmer, F. North, A. Duba, B. Connell, M. Meyer, G. Smith, D. Swain, C. Willming, R. Lucas, R. Biek, H. Stein, L. Sonksen, T. James, B. Adler, D. Ratliff, M. Kennedy, J. Selmar, J. Ch'ld . Seated, lefi: ti: right: D. Jecklin, G. Buck, Mr. Martens, R. Berger, R. Smith, W. Hammen, O. Lanham, J, Sass. Phi Umicron Oflicers: Secretary .,....... ....,. W ayne Hammen President ee....e.e..,e.. ..,.ee.. B ob Berger Treasurer .......,.,...,....,.r,,. Ronnie Smith Vice-President ,...e,....ee...,er John Selmar This is Phi Oniicron's silver anniversary year on the University of Dubuque campus. Founded January 14, 1926, the fraternity has grown from the three founders to an organiza- tion of 29 active members. Standing, left to right: G. Busse, E. Pals Borda, R. Plimpton, B. Johnson, T. Chin, T. Barnes, A, Hamilton, G. Wolfe, Dr. Leaf. Seated, left to right: T. Macomher, D. Schwenelcer, D. Schaffer, D. Boelman, J. Remer, J. Bregman. fNot pic- tured: T. Kubotaj. E ii l i 2 i 'l ,. f. gi?-2. :ww 4-9 ,M ,u.r, ,f fa in ff 1,5 ,A . S' .LN ' " 1 :ini 1' ' pw. 5 Ie.-, by K 'QS 1?r, Ns's..1-'gizf nf .7 ., .,.,.,. 1 5 -.ky :Aw 'Q ., ,. ..,.,.. , ,, X E 9 1: f gfwegm Q-Q v f ' f-mm, 5 Mix '?5l?ilf1l: 4 3 , 6,.sg'5:asas5ag--.-, , 1. , , . ,ig22,,.-,. W v ffZ'f'.'? S ., J V5 JMR Q- ??i1Lit'f"151'55' vw? f- - -FM xy--vw viz ,. -, 1 yy, . iam, fm-,, yy imp, .N ... 4 ,I -xl, -A .,.f ,M ,J .L , .. . - x:'r5?z'QQi5f':.gf gum-fi" A '. X A ,. ' f 'SL ff .. , f gxivts., 2-.4 mfwzwf W, wx 'Q T., Yf, f-fm Wx 1-umm. , f 3' . as W' Standing, left to right: C. Vaugh, B. Ahrens, D. Sandman, T. Barchell, D. Darisman, J. Edgar, V. Tracey, B. Mofht, C. Steever, R. Laing, J. Dennis, D. Dickson, R. Plummer, G. I-Iyler, J. Jaeger, D. jones, M. Gall. Seated, left to right: P. Koopman, R. Hansel, H. Gearhart, Dr. Cochrane, D. Drake, G. Miller, D. Williams, D. Pierce. Mu Sigma Beta Officers: President ............. . ..... .Herb Gearhart Treasurer ...... ....e G ordon Miller Vice-President ...... ....... D ave Drake Chaplain,-.-..., ,... .Pete Koopman Secretary ............................ Bob Hansel Always since its founding the Mu Sigma Beta Fraternity has endeavored to progress in promoting a better life through fraternity fellowship. With the ideals of high spirit and com- panionship, the "Mu Sigsn have developed into one of the closest fraternal groups on the cam- pus. Standing, left to right: H. Hu11t, lVl. Karigan, B. Woodbury, Remaly, K. Shindo. Seated, left to right: G. Flanders, G. Nordenson, G. Brockway, D. Schiel. fNot pictured: C. Nordensonl. 'E s G 1 mn N 4 I -is ww w w w s w w w ww wwf 1 ,V fgjj K ws Wu'H1'wwupQ.'wU1m."mm,mm,sw'QmQu"1 H wg x . . W, M xx I x mm s , ww W,,,,,,33,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,W,,.,.N, f, ,,, X V' w w X 4 x l K, z x x 4 mx X m 1 11 ww 1 ,W ,, , s ,. H Back row, left to right: O. Pederson, E. Delaney, J. Holcomb, R. Hutchison, P. Leuhr, B. Cannon, Kremer, B. Wicklund J. Heller, R. Anfenson, P. Domsalla, B. Olson. Second row, left to right: B. Herzog, L. Kramer, R. Etherton, R. Filippi, B. Purcell, G. Thomas, B. Johannsen, B. Harris . B h ll J ac te . Seated, left to right: R. Stewart, B. Braucht, Mr. Barnhill, J. Siege, Mr. Wallace, D. Masten, G. Moldestad, A. Gesie. The Atheneaens The Atheneaens are patting themselves on the back for their News Bulletin which had a wide distribution to alumni members. thanks to Garth and Gus. As the year draws to a close Atheneaens look forward to an incomparable Dinner-Dance and of course, Flunk Week-end. May Memories Linger of Atheneaen Days! Standing, left to right: R. Hocking, B. Ferguson, T. Darsee, D. Marlowe, D. McDonald. Seated, left to right: N. Muna, C. Puls, 1. Thompson, E. Ortell. fNot pictured: I. Zamarripa, R. Schetgen, O. Luedkel. i EN Y? ma. Q? km 'S WSW 44? 1 ML Ji? , 'z Nj 1 Q . 'V' '.A' f Z: :" Q r 'Y- I X43 aw' rfi if . F' ,, , V lg A 5 XM W Standing, left to right: Mrs. Rumbaugh, B. Hammeim, B. Stoltz, Miss Hageix. Seated, left to right: L. Dixon, M. Meecum, B. Schisewslci. Lambda Tau Delta Officers: President ........,............. .-.Marge Nlecum Treasurer, .... .......... - --.-,-L1nda Dixon Secretary .........,........ Barbara Schisewski Though the Lambdas are a small group they are a closely knit sisterhood of loyal friends who share their troubles and joy. That's why they were all so happy when Margie flashed her diamond at them. Of course, they couldn't bethinking of that full-pound box of candy! The girls remember with happy smiles the wonderful time they had Plunk week-end out at Hartwick. One thing they can't forget is seeing Miss I-lagen's two-piece sunsuit hanging from the rafters in a log cabin. But then, she gat even by knotting their clothes and stringing them up around the room. Left to right: S. Fritz and G. Snadl. ' ' f Ll: . s. ' 44' Q f I-K-'W'H"""'1"" M uw wavy"-smxv npk-.'1w., ,3.,',-1, f ..,. 41, gm .V 1 , f-WW' - X- A, - , mm " Y. .W x li .--W 1'wwv'w'w" 'J' wwqwm.-w,.w' .1 Z ' ' ' ' ' xii ' ' 1 :mv ww, Q , M , N 1' , V ' ,J RN Q XX 1 ui' f '-"'-'- 1 1 sfgf f M .'-. . . :2. , 1"i'Ief E,.:f.:2af .- X 'Qi his ' A ..,... f "f-' ,,,,, Q , , -gg-Qgeg,-, ,,,, :rg 5 4 if V 5: ' I5 'ik' ":5:::1z:::,EEE55-: ' ' """ : -. . at 94 1-. wi fs:3'-9-:wif ' A '- '-:f-QE,-':355.53.325533-if '- 3. gf wu gsgjgzggz..-a s:.:g:. .VUL ' WA' 1444-.ag w'vv,,.,,, 55xfQ'.f'g . A F X Standing, left to right: A. Kannegieter, N. Emsweiler, J. Siedschlag, R. McNeill, A. Gille, L. Schrader, G, Sunnesen D Kruse, V. Mead, B. Sweamy, C. Plummer. Seated, left to right: R. Mariharr, R. Gloyd, M. J. Keith, J. Bnlbach, B. Blondin. Galmna Phi Delta Officers: President ....................... .Mary Jo Keith Vice-President ........... . ........ Ruth Gloyd Secretary .......... . ..,... .Ruthann Marihart Treasurer ...,....... .---.Jane Hicks Balbach The close of the year sets another jewel in the crown of Gamma Phi Delta memories- Hreside and joint alum-active meeting-summer get-togethers-fellowship shared in formal ini- tiation and the installation of the new honoraries, Mrs. E. Smith and Mrs. Cochrane-once again the group gained a grand bunch of girls-a bit of glamour was added to the homecoming parade with the "snow 'em under" float-Ruthie was in the court of royalty-the Gamma Circle looks forward to new achievements in the Centennial year. Left to right: C. Hilfinger, B. Baal, B. Yoder, Leaf. KA. Bergman, not pictureclj. E:K . .M?,9AF1?f5xRZ. ,.r2fRTf:2dllT45u3m"..WW9:?T?1-1.:x?.f5l W m .wxii .M , 2 "Ear-4, 4 ,.,v TZ, a w Gif 2 ii: Ei: . fsasasasasisas? '- "K K -,.,.w ,,L. ,., , an rv R3 4 fi ,JN , 51 et 'K i 1 Standing, left to rihrz D. Schumacher, L. Stuessy, B. Korth, C. Emmons, A. Houston, E. Dorst. Seated, left to right: Miss Aitcheson, L. Mendez, North, A. Sorensen, Miss Rothlislnerger. Delta Phi igma Oflicers: President-..--...---,, ................. Joan Seibert Vice-President ...... ..... E unice Dorst Secretary .... .. ...... ......... B etty Korth Treasurer ................... .Alyce Houston Another year full of fun and laughter together. Remember the Flunk Week-end? There wasn't much sunshine, but at least there was plenty of food-thanks to Lucy. I The girls who are graduating Will be missed, but they, as Well as the rest of the girls, will remember all those good times together. Seated, left to right: Failer, V. Pfundstein, Macker. Standing, left to right: G. Gillespie, A. Kort, O'Brien. l "' !VMwMii!i3v 4... x w uuwwwuuwu u u w ww ss mwmmwmwww WMMWWUWWW r .4 fPicturecl above are the Parsonettes enjoying together the Christmas meeting. The Parsonettes meet monthlyl. Ofhcers: President ..............,,.......... Helen Russell Vice-President .... ....... P rice Brewer Secretary ,..,.,,.......,..,......., Francis Roth Treasurer ,..,ee.e......e...., Dorothy Pernald Corresponding Secretary - I ---ku-M,--,---r-----------,Dorothy Minton The Parsonettes? You haven't heard of them? Why, they're the loyal supporters of the seminary students-their wives. Meetings once a month feature fine fellowship, exchange of ideas, helpful instruction, wonderful inspiration, and good things to eat. With the serving of a luncheon the day is off to a good start. Following the luncheon, a devotional service is led by one of the Parsonettes. A period of instruction with discussion follows. Gutside speakers are often obtained to present material and advise ministers' wives how they can better help and understand their husbands and the community in which they serve. P Facultettes The Facultette is a Well established organization on the university campus. Faculty wives and women members of the faculty are included in the membership. They meet monthly for social purposes. This year's activities included entertaining the freshman girls at Eagle Point Park for dinner and the Blue and White Club following the spring orchestra concert. In addi- tion, the group held a smorgasbord at the La Porte home and assisted with the Faculty Chil- dren's Christmas Party. Facultette purchased a coffee maker for the Conzett Lounge Kitchen- CKEC. ' L r.:x::: 1 - -s ,w-z L '--.-ning.-3.1: . --,, , :1q-.- H-.-.1 ,, ,. .am-ig 1 xu. Q! 1 f "mo" ' w I R . r . . .. .I. Al . . 'sg'-s. fs Q.. 0:5 'Q ., l ls .- ',v'.4-x ' Q 4 ' i.a' vu, x Q 'O lx 0 I .,' . 9 in In f.,, W . Q U:- al" l. . 3 .. .- . ,. ,.., . "of . I .g- . s.o .'ll ,n ga... 'os .,: '.l I. l ,..- I Y' vnu. .I l w an 2-' ,a 45.71, ,nu o0', ov' 1 pu I 'n u 0 1' v.'4 O ' it 1 ', sn.. '. -C' . .1 I' o gn ,a u,' :I 1 ax: AYNU 1 - Q 's ,az .,,1. 1" M r on .wx , A . 3 jx ,,, Ah V ..... Y, ' he . Q , i RQ- 3' X 1 s 5' X vu' . a 'O '- '. 5 F: I ..'. . ,,f 3,3 Q.- V I I. " .sts Isl! " o ' an, o,- s' 1 Q , , ' -9' .' .'l Q s u -'., n. a 'O ,f , . .Qui ,' Q-'p , f . Q . n I , u' nf ... , .S ,,4w 1' .i s w,1mx,U.,'-.'-' . a,- ,1',a1.- ,a ,.. , ,. UNE YEAR ENDS ANOTH P1 BEGI May Fete .... King Bob-Queen Alice Gypsies Romp Hillbillies Stomp Under the Melancholy Moon . . BREAKFAST MENU orange juice 9835 bacon toast coffee milk Newcomb Mannings Dallingers X llll Wi Grover Austin allcaeseltzer aspirin :lg bromo 56? extra Return to the "halls of ivy." "Can't I major in football, Mr. Turner?" Candelight, Howers and fellowship. "The nations look and sigh to thee, 9 WW Hail Alma Mater, hail to thee." M , L I 3 HU ECUMI Four queens. fWho's the jolt- I er?j Phi Omici-on float lays egg . . The Queen Dee! Twinkle, twinkle, little spark, Burning brightly after clark, Who'd have thought, with all your roar, That you'cl been burned up twice before! All those napkins and not one hot-clog. Four hits and a Mrs. . This'll kill ya, George . . . . why clon'c we take the bus? A iy,,. 1 S235 A nl o K ' iii amz :Zhi 54151 53: ' Q A iw. 1,-2? ,zrhm .f 'M-Jw.-1,41 as -,V .VV A ., fx ' l , , , if-' '-'iii Tiirvifgzzgggva 1 Highlights of the Year Pep rallyg Athletic Held constructiong Tug-of-warg Sadie Hawkins' Dance' HON MALIKg A. Cappella Choi ' B lc ' , ORARY RECTOR-CHARLES r, ac to umform. WIN s E Z r ! . 7.1114 .1 --ug 17.-Y-:Jn - r -.r-rfzz --'xx-axgl:.x 4'g::nL1mgx:gry:xx-1'Tr1:.1z- ul ' -..r'r+ :'-- -r.'..n -'- 1 1 -- . - I 1 w v f N w Q PU ' T I N J 1 N 4 114, . , . ., . . . fag u v -n ,- xl 55, 4 f nu o .Sa ,Q no .1 Q 4 x mM .v - Q ,Q x -', 4 x , . nd.- ' E X C 'QQ , 5 x ' 113 L., NM., X Q15 5 +13 SM! 5 ii? HQQX -R123 2 X Z,-val. QL? ..- FUUTB LL Because of the loss of twelve lettermen and several key reserves from the 1949 team, Coach Nloco Mercer experienced his first season under .500 since taking the Spartan helm. ln spite of a 3-5 record, the Spartans still played plenty of good football. Among the brighter spots was the 14-0 homecoming victory over Central, which length- ened the consecutive string of wins over homecoming foes to twelve. ' Another highlight of the year was the near victory the Spartan gridders posted against the unbeaten St. Ambrose Bees. ln this game, U.D. matched the highly-touted Davenport team in all departments, losing by only one touchdown. Culver-Stockton college of Canton, Missouri, found the Key City gridsters at their best form of the season. Taking complete charge of the ball game from the kick-off, the masterful Spartans rampaged to a 35-0 win. lt might be noted that, excepting the Western Illinois loss, the Spartans were never beaten by more than eight points. This, coupled with a good record in Hrst downs and total yardage, throws a different light on the 1950 University of Dubuque football squad. Among individual highlights was the selection of halfback Bob Purcell as an honorable mention candidate of the 1950 Little All-American football team. Captain Bob Bove and Purcell were both selected on the firt teams All-Southern division, Iowa Conference squad. Capt. Bove and freshman fullback Rip Cmlliford were selected on the Culver-Stockton col- lege's all-opponents team. Coach Mercer awarded 25 letters this past season. Bob Purcell led the scoring parade with 73 points, followed by Cantrill "Rip" Gulliford with 18 points, Felix North 12, and Ron Finchman, Don McDonald, Bob Wickland and Dick Valentine each with 6 markers. Buck Herzog kicked four extra points. Jack Strouse blocked a punt which resulted in a safety accounting for the remaining two points. Dubuque .........,.. Parsons .... .. .............,. 20 Dubuque ....,....,.. Wisconsin Tech ....,. 7 Dubuque ...... ....e. ....,....... S t . Ambrose ...... . ..... Dubuque ...... ...... Dubuque ...... ,..... Dubuque-.. ..., ...,. - Dubuque ..... . ---al Dubuque ...... ,..... 27 ----,-------1owa Wesleyan ---,---- 20 ----------r.Simpson 14 -----------.Central ----------------.--, 0 ------------Western 1llinois.-----,- 51 0 -----------,Culver Stockton s. 139 pts QUARTERBACK Q ww wg, 'M 65+ 1 1 1 .fi si, A . W'f'ffwsasfiw 1 x x f my ,uw ml f 4 ww swf? mfr fi M. g W A ,,i,,,x1W'F ,',, ,MN K ,, , "1 - ww! 2 ,W,, Wd? ig P47 , L ' isswiiw 6 ,W q D V U .SL .. il 1352 N -'TACKL 1 X M 'fX6x' E' BUCK HERZ06 BACK A ""'-'wi:w" 1' vw' 1 ., X, MAURICE HAUSHEER- JIM BABER L 3 .. TAGKLE 1'Acaa.e' -D Back row: J. Holcomb, P. Domsella, J. Thompson, L. Kramer, E. Jones, D. Beltz, B. Wicklund, C. Gulliford, R. Valentine, B. Olson, D. Marlowe. Third row: C. Barner, A. Spadanuta, Strauss, T. Hamilton, K. Roalre, R. Fincham, M. Hausher, Shields, T. Schavone, R. Stewart, B. Emmonds, Bill Hoover. Second row: D. Masten, B. Herzog, D. MacDonald, T. La Porte, R. Purcell, W. Braucht, L. Kauplce, E. Donald- son, W. Leidigh, B. Zimmerman. Front row: B. Wheeler, P. Tinclrell, G, Buck, Balaer, R. Bove, R. Anfensen, F. North, Jaeger, P. Leullr. GEORGE BUCK' GUARD . 4 - 1 x GJ scmffmaf af COE J74,Z9f?0,j"g Z S2Yfifd'1'2Bi2ZlE4!M iilK,aIi kW81,, Zidim --WW 1- 1 f .wS'f'W1 f f f1'i-IW? ik L Nr- 1' ' ?"' ,'Tn-'!wh'aB'iiSWE5i- ,. Ba kethall STATISTICS g. fg. Cannon --- ---23 116 Luehr --- ---23 108 Hutchison --- ---23 83 Purcell --- -2223 82 Holcomb -- ---23 54 Braucht --- -,-22 40 Millen -,- ..... 20 31 Stewart -- ,,-Z1 17 Strause -, ,a-23 7 Lobaugh -2 --- 7 12 Beltz ,,... --- 8 11 Sunclsredr --- A-, 8 2 Hamilton --- -2, 9 1 H erzo g 2, 1-2 4 0 King -1 -M 3 1 Lockhart - ,ew 5 O Meyer - -,- 1 o rp. 316 266 219 218 141 113 64 43 22 32 28 4 3 3 3 O 0 The Mercer Free Throw Award-Bob Purcell. I ave. 13.7 11.6 9.5 9.4 6.1 5.1 3.2 2.1 .9 4.6 3.5 .5 .3 .7 1.0 .000 .000 The Fortunato Most Valuable Player Award-Bryan Cannon. The Kiwanis Club "Sportsmanship Trophyn-Paul Leuhr. gift Nu? . i I ST. AMBRUSE COLLEGE ' 'S' McC0llMIGK, 2 e 2 5 E 5 3 5 f 5 6 I 5 3 2 E z 7: 5 3 x Z 3 3 1 i i Y Y Y Basketball With the return of six lettermen from the 1949-50 squad, the prospects for the 1950-51 season were very promising. But the loss of Captain Leroy Watts was felt more than antici- pated, and as a result the Spartans were an up and down ball club. Starting of the season on a trip north the Spartans tasted defeat in their first encounter at the hands of Winona State Teachers 64-54, but they bounced back at the next game to beat LaCrosse State Teachers in the last second 60-59. Before opening their conference play the Spartans downed Wisconsin Tech 41-24 and bowed to Western Illinois 72-67. Parsons visited Dubuque for the conference opener and were nipped 65-64. The Spartans traveled west during the Christmas holidays and defeated South Dakota University 63-61, Yankton College 57-53, and then -lost to Morningside College 69-61. After the vacation the local quintet walked over Buena Vista 65-41 but faltered in the second half at Wartburg and lost 75-69 in an overtime. Avenging two defeats last year the Spartans rolled over St. Ambrose 85-56 and then took their third conference win at the expense of Iowa Wesleyan 79-52. Then the bottom fell out of the Spartans' title hopes as they lost consecutive conference games on the road to Central 58-56 and Simpson 68-56. The next week the locals defeated Wartburg in their second game 69-66 before being mauled by Parsons 90-68. Wisconsin Tech was again swept aside 70-47, but Knox College trimmed the Spartans 68-59. They went on from here to win their next two conference games from Iowa Wesleyan 76-51 and Central 78-53. St. Ambrose evened the score With the Spartans for the year by handing them a 74-60 lick- ing which was followed by their second defeat by Winona State Teachers 62-54. Playing their last game of the year the Spartans showed championship form by smother- ing the Simpson Redmen at McCormick Gym 71-48. Closing their collegiate careers were the following Spartans: Captain Rhys I-Iutchison. Paul Leuhr, Bryan Cannon, and Ron Stewart. Others who received letters were Bill Braucht, Jack Holcomb, Bob Purcell, Dudley Mil- len, and Jack Strause. Back row, left to right: G. Coppage, D. Darsee, E. Jones, J. Kremer, D. Valentine, D. Beltz, M. Meyer, J. Bachtell. Second row, left to right: J. Lockhart, J. King, J. Sundstedr, R. Stewart, 1. Weaver, T. Hamzlton, F. Aldridge, D. Mullen Firsulrogr, left to right: L. Loebaugh, B. Herzog, J. Holcomb, B. Cannon, R. Hutchison, B. Purcell, B. Braucht, P. Leuhr . trouse. M3-Y ,,,, L, . L HSM? Hema ? ifi' '?' :1-MWA? inor port Tennis: Second row, left to right: J. Kremer, Mr. Peterson, B. Cowles. Front, left to right: N. Muna, O. Alozie, S. Effercling. Golf: Left to right: J. Edgar, D. Suain, K. Smith, N. Palanca, G. Coppage. Under the coaching of C. T. Peterson, the Dubuque tennis team came through with three wins, two losses, one tie and fourth place in the 1950 conference rneet. The Spartans Won two matches from Wartburg College, a loss and a victory with Coe College, and a draw and a loss to Cornell College. Those who received letters Were: Stan Efferding, "Obie" Alozie, Nadeen Muna, Jim Kre- mer, and Bob Cowles. rf After a two year lay-off, golf was resumed at the University of Dubuque in 1950. Men earning a major "D" were George Coppage, John Schiltz, Don Swain, and Jerry Edgar. Other members of the golf squad were Bill Olson, Russ Lundstrorn, and Norm Palanca. Coached by Ken Smith. Coach, M. Mercer Back row, left to right: P. Tindrell, F. Colon, M. Kennedy, E. Fals Borda, C. Barner, Front row, left to right: J. Thompson, I. Zamarripa, K. Keim, D. Jones, R. Schetgen, J. Childs, R. Masten, A Spadanuta. Wre tlin After an eight year lay-off, wrestling was revived this year at the University on a full-time basis. Although the team experienced a mediocre year, winning only one dual meet of live, the season was culminated with a well-earned third place at the Iowa Conference meet. ironically, all but three men on the squad had never been on a wrestling mat before. These three men, Kieth Keim, Dick Masten, and Jay Childs had experience in high school. However, by the end of the year the new men showed deiinite promise of becoming formidable grapplers. Notable among the new members was John Thompson who led the Spartan scoring along with Childs. Both of these men plus Isaiah Zamarripa and Keith Keim finished second in the finals of the Conference Meet. Third place positions went to Russ Schetgen, John Sass and Phil Tindrell. . .lb ' 'V ' yiffiifh Rm rl- . I Gyn... CJ ,.,' .. The l950 edition of the University of Dubuque track and field team enjoyed one of its more prosperous seasons in recent years. Participating in eight scheduled intercollegiate con- tests, the Spartans finished "out of the money" on only one occasion, a 66-65 dual meet loss to Wartburg College. The l950 season also marked itself as one of individual achievement and success. Junior Bob Williams finished his year as the Spartans' leading scorer with a grand total of 94M points, somewhat of a record for U.D. trackmen of recent years. Bret Johannsen bowed out of Spartan athletics with a tremendous effort for the U.D. thinclads. Among his several first place laurels won last year, Bret became the second record- breaker on the 1950 team. The third record shattering performance was turned in by Sophomore Mal Kennedy. After a slow start, Mal showed his prowess by surprising the field in the Conference Meet at Loras. ln conference competition, the Spartans ran away with the Southern half, winning the District meet with a sum total of 83M points. Simpson, their nearest rival, counted only 42 points. ln the Conference Meet held at Loras College, Dubuque placed second to the host school with 54M points, only 7 points behind the leader. Back row, left to right: B. Johnson, C. Harer, W. Leidigh, B. Brose, D. Price, L. Watts, D. Drake, G. Hyler, T La Porte D. Adams, Mr. Fortunate. Second row, left to right: E, I-linman, P. Tindrell, T, Schaumburg, B, Lay, A. Seibert, E. Bauman, B. Johanssen First row, left to right: B. Herzog, B. William, P. Scharlepp, M. Kennedy, B. Connell, B. Johanssen. The individual 1950 l.1.A.C. champions rom Dubuque were Bret Johannsen in the mile nd Mal Kennedy in the half-mile. Bob Wil liams, Bob Connell, Paul Scharlepp and Ed Bauman running in the 880 yard relay also were browned champs. Other commendable performances were Paul Scharlepp's seconds in both the 100 and 220 yard dashes and Bob Conne1l's second place fin ish in the 440 yard dash. Paul Scharlepp was elected by his teammates as honorary Captain at the completion of the year's Work. 1 1950 Record Dubuque ...... 62 Loras --- ,,--92 St. Ambrose .... 16 1 Dubuque ...v.. 65 Wartburg ,.,,, , 66 Dubuque ...... 6614 Loras ,,.. .... 7 on Luther -- DY.. 3 3 Dubuque .n.,,n 79 Augustana ..... 5 2 Southern District W Meet Dubuque ....,. 83W Simpson ....... 42 ' Parsons ....... 31 Iowa Wesleyana- 9 St. Ambrose .,,. 6 Central -aa .... 4-W w 1 1 w 1 k Iowa Conference Meet Loras ....v,... 62 Dubuque ..,,n, 54-W Luther -, .,,. 26 Simpson ,,...., Z2 Wartburg n.,.., 19 V4 Upper Iowa .,,n 17 V2 Westmar ,u,,... 17 Parsons - 9 54+ St. Ambrose -- 8 Iowa Wesleyan-- 292 Buena Vista -- ZW Central ..,. --0 o 0 o o I Ollicers: . President .,.,.. ,..H.,, ,.......... Mari Bartlow Vice-President ,,.......... Carolyn Osborne Secretary-TreasurernLois Hummermeier Business Manager .....,..,....s., Cleo Ploen Sponsor .,....,....,,s.s,s Mrs. Joe Fortunato Inter-class tournaments, free throw contests, social affairs, and just plain fun-that's what makes up W.A.R.A. Any girl who desires to participate in sports Hnds her opportunity in this organization. She also has an opportunity to earn emblems, letters, awards and jackets through the point system. W.A.R.A. contributes to the social life of the campus by sponsoring the annual Gingham Ball and Water Ballet. Back row, left to right: P. Luce, M. North, C. Emmons,Front row, left to right: C. Ploen, L. Hummermeier, M. Bartlow, M. Carey. pilI'ti1llBH9S Q11222325553Jfeziifssfsgn Intramural Basketball Intramural athletes of Dubuque University enjoyed one of the more active and successful years. Under the direction of C. T. Peterson and assistance of Mal Kennedy, the various activities were kept moving throughout the season. The main segment of this varied curriculum was, of course, basket- ball. The 1950-51 season took the form of two leagues, the American and the National, each of which contained five teams. Wisconsin, captained by Ted Dillow, proved its might in the American half by Iinishing ahead of the field with a 7-l record. In the National, Northwestern, led by Don Mc- Donald, romped through the eight game schedule without defeat. Members of these two teams were as follows: Wisconsin: Dillow, Don Swain, Von McLane, Gene Meyen, Jim Coats, and Taco Pals- Borda, Northwestern: McDonald, Bob Berger, Art Gesie, Mal Kenne- dy, Bill Johnson, Dick Marlowe. John Schields, Dave Allen, and Bill Olson. In the league playoff between these two teams, Wisconsin defeat- ed the Wildcats by a 35-28 margin. Don McDonald led both leagues in scoring. Close behind were Don Swain, Ted Dillow and Von Mclane, Other teams and their captains were: American Cas they finishedj , Iowa, Jim Baber: Purdue, George Coppage: Ohio State, Gene Reis: Minnesota, Rog Hocking. 'Nation- al fas they linishedj, Michigan, Bob Filippi: Indiana, Bruce Fergu- son: Illinois, Bob Lay: Michigan State, Aldon Seibert. The winter made it impossible to stage several of the planned ac- tivities. Among these were the out- door tennis and golf tournaments. At the time of this writing, "game 21" and the free throw contest were still in the running. in -111 . . -.Q:- . . -:nx..4'lu,'.:: 2 1115315511- ' ' 'll' 7 4 1 x PUPUL T10 1 ' w i ff Q.. .. - ,' 0 H n . o.. v.,' 0 v U: o SS Y 1...- 1 ,u Q. ..- -' c mv. '- '1' Q. ,--, -41 Q 1 Q: w xiii ..- ..- 1 HS' 4 ow II BR uilli UM! Aw enior Mary Greer, President Ralph Adamson, B.A., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Major: Bible, Minor: Philosophy. Ex. Curr.: Chi Alpha Omega 2, 3, 49 Gospel Team Zg Inter Varsity Z5 S.C.A. 3, 43 Spar- tan Club 33 Forensics 4, A Cappella 3. Shirley Adrian, Bachelor of Music Education, Lost Nation, Iowa. Major: Music Educa- tion, Ex. Curr.: A. Cappella Z, 3, 4g W.A.R.A. Z3 S.C.A. 3, 4, I.F.T.A. 4g L.S.A. 2, 3, 45 Ballad Singers 2, 3, 4. William Ahrens, B.S., Barring- ton, Illinois. Major: Biology and Chemistry. Ex. Curr.: Mu Sigma Beta Z, 3, 43 His- torian 3g I.F.T'.A. 23 Nat'l Sci. Club 3g Cue Staff 4g Dramatics Z, 39 Social Sci. Club 4g English Club 4. Duane Allen, B.S. in Bus. Ad., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Eco- nomics, Minor: Psychology. Robert Arends, B.A., Blairsburg, Iowa. Major: Bibleg Minor: Speech. Ex. Curr.: S.C.A. 3, 4g Chi Alpha Omega 1, Z, 3, 45 Gospel Team 1, 23 Inter Varsity 1, 2. Class Edward Black, Vice President With the last strains of the Alma Mater the class of '51 Will join the throng of Alumni. They have gained knowledge here- in every phase of living. They have gained friendships that will last through the years. Seniors have memories too . . . mem- ories of coffee sessions at the Goats- senior Homecoming Queen--last-minute cramming-dorm sessions that last till the wee small hours of the morn-the last year of sorority and frat activities- class lectures-senior exams-and the thrill of graduation. Yes, it's been four years of study, fun, and friendship-four years never to be forgotten. Charlene Arnold, B.A., Wood- James Baber, B.S., Stockton, Illi bine, Illinois. Major: Sociol- ogyg Minor: Religious Ed. Ex. Curr.: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 1, Z, Zeta Phi Sorority Z, 3, 43 S.C.A. Sec. and Co-Chairman of Comm. 3, 45 Iota Chi 1, Z, 3, 49 Spartan Club 3g Student Affair Comm.g Student Coun- cil Sec. 2, Social Science 3, 4g House Council, representa- tive at large 2, sec. 4. nois. Major: Biologyg Minor Chemistry. Football 3, 4 Wrestling 45 Golf Team 3, 4 One-Act Play Contest 43 So cial Science Club 3, 43 Nat ural Science Club 3, 4. Alberta Bahr, B.A., Scales Mound, Illinois. Major: Eng- lishg Minor: Education and Religious Education. Ex. Curr.: Y.W.C.A. 15 I.F.T.A. 3, 45 Iota Chi 2, 3, 45 S.C.A. 3, 45 Gospel Team 1, Z5 Sec. of Junior Class. Lois Hummermeier, Secretary Toni Schavone, Treasurer Edward Black, Bachelor of Mu- sic Education, Shullsburg, Wisconsin. Major: Music. Ex. Curr.: Band 1, 25 Dance band 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 A Cappella 1, 2, 3, 4, pres., Trombone quartet 25 Gospel Team 25 S.C.A. 3, 45 S.C.A. quartet 35 Ballad Singers 3, 45 May Fete 1, Z, 3, 45 I. F. T. A. 4. Martha Becker, B.A., Chicago, Illinois. Major: Speechg Mi- nor: English and Music. Ex. Jane Balbach, B.A., Lena, Illi- nois. Major: Historyg Minor: Music. Curr.: S.C.A. 3, 45 Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 45 W.A.R.A. 2, 3, 45 Y.W.C.A. Z5 Iota Chi Sigma 2, 3, 45 Purple Masque 1, 2, Board of Publi- cations 35 Campus Lane The- atre Board 2, 35 Zeta Phi Z, 3, 45 Key, asst. editor, 35 Cue 1, 25 Ornicron Mu 1, Z, 3, 45 Spartan Club 35 Who's Who 4. Lawrence Becker, B.A., Aurelia, Iowa. Major: Chemistry, Mi- nor: German and Mathemat- ics. Mari Bartlow B.A. Grand Ra s x P' ids, Michigan. Major: Phys- ical Educationg Minor: Eng- lish and Spanish. Ex. Curr.: Y.W.C.A. 1, Z5 W.A.R.A. 1, Bus. Mgr. 2, Spartanettes 2, Pres. 45 House Council 1, 2, sec. 3, pres. 45 Junior Class Pres., Band 3, 45 Chapel Choir 15 A. Cappella 45 Spar- tan Cluh 1, sec. 2, 3, 45 S. C. A. 3, Fellowship Chrm. 4, Key Stalf5 Zeta Phi 2, 3, 45 Alpha Psi Omega 4, Little Theater Bd. 45 Iowa Future Teachers 45 Who,s Who 4. Howard Balkin, B.A., Chicago, Illinois. Major: Economics and Psychology. Ex. Curr.: Thirteeners 3, 45 Pi Kappa Delta, Vice Pres., 2, 3, 4. Keith Brown, B.S., Clinton, Iowa. Major: Physical Educa- tion, Minor: Sociology. Ex. Curr.: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Atheneans 3, 45 "D" Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Norman Brown, B.A., Coal City, Illinois. Major: English, Mi- nor: Speech. Mary Brueck, B.A., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Social Science. Lawrence Camp, B.S. in Busi- ness Administration, Des Moines, Iowa. Major: Busi- ness Administration, Minor: Psychology. Ex. Curr.: A Cappella 2, 33 S.C.A., Spar- tan Club, Social Science Club. Merlen Carroll, B.A., Bellevue, Michigan. Major: Bible, Mi- nor: History. Ex. Curr.: Steffens House Council, S. C. A., Social Science Club, I. F. T. A., Chi Alpha Omega, Chaplain, Dramatics. Dorothy Chambers, B.A., Du- buque, Iowa. Major: Music, Minor: Religious Education. Robert Connell B.S. Dubu ue 9 1 q r Iowa. Major: Chemistry, Mi- nor: Biology. Ex. Curr.: Band ls Class Play 1, Z, Track 1, Z, 33 "D" Club 1, 2, 35 Alpha Psi Omega 4, Phi Oniicron Fraternity 1, 2, 3, v. pres. 1, Z3 Inter Fraternity Council 2, Chapel Committee 43 Alpha Pi Omega 4, Who's Who 4g Class Presi- :lent 1, 3. Robert Bove, B.S., Chicago Hts., Illinois. Major: Physical Ecl- ucationg Minor: History. Ex. Curr.: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, cap- tain, "D" Club, I.F.T.A. 4. Joan DeGroff, B.A., Long Island, New York. Major: Religious Education, Minor: Spanish. Ex. Curr.: Zeta Phi 2, 3, 4g Alpha Psi Omega Z, sec. 3, 45 Campus Lane The- atre Board, sec. Z, 3, chair- man 4g Iota Chi Sigma 1, Z, 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2g S.C.A. 3, 49 A Cappella 2, 3, 45 W. A. R. A. 49 Spartan Club Z 3, 43 Social Science 1, Z, 3' Gospel Team 1, Z. 1 5 Lois Frerichs, B.A., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Bible: Minor: English. Ex. Curr.: I.V.C.F. 1, sec. 2g Gospel Team 1, 2: Iota Chi Sigma Z, 3, 4: S. C. A. 3, 4: Parsonettes 2, pres. 3, 4. Richard Dickeson, B.A., Park Ridge, Illinois. Major: Eng- lish: Minor: History. Ex. Curr.: International Relations Club lg Spartan Club Z, 45 Cue Staff Z, 3: Mu Sigma Beta 2, 3, 4. Cornelia Freeseman, B.A., Park- ersburg, Iowa. Major: Musicg Minor: Bible. Ex. Curr.: Iota Chi Sigma, sec.-treas. Z, treas. 43 Inter-Varsity Chris- tian Fellowship 1, 23 Gospel Team 1, Z: Chapel Choir 1, Z, 35 A. Cappella 45 I.F.T.A. 35 S.C.A. 3, 4. Robert Filippi, B.S., Chicago Hts., Illinois. Major: Physical Educationg Minor: History. Ex. Curr.: Atheaneans 3, 43 Football 1: I.F.T.A.: Intra- mural wrestling and baslcet- ball. Eugene Fernald, B.A., White- field, New Hampshire. Major: En lish Minor Histor E g 5 : y. x. Curr.: English Club 4: Social Science Club 4g S.C.A. 4: Chi Alpha Omega 4. Gerald Emmons, B.S., Albert Lea, Minnesota. Major: Phys- ical Education: Minor: Social Science. . Jerry Edgar, B.A., Darlington, DHV1Cl Drake, B-S-, WheHf0H, Wisconsin. Major: Social Illinois. Major: Chemistry: Science, 1, Z, 35 A Cappella 1, 2, 3, Richard Dumas, B.A., Park 4: Student Affairs 3, 43 Chris- Ridge, Illinois. Major: Chem- tian Life Council ,1, Z, 3, 4: istryg Minor: German. E Student Council 4 Curr - Band X. fr is ,aw F red Gorman, B.S. in Business Administration, Waukon, Iowa. Major: Economics, Minor: Psychology. Ex. Curr.: Spartan Club 1, Bus. Mgr. 2, Social Science 1, Cue 4, Business Mgr., Intra- mural 1, Z, 3, 4. Mary Greer, B.A., Lennox, South Dakota. Major: Biolo- gy, Minor: Bible. Ex. Curr.: S.C.A. 3, 4, Chapel Choir 2, Alpha Pi Omega, Pres. 4, Iota Chi Sigma 2, pres. 3, 4, Pi Kappa Delta 2, sec. 3, 4, Editor of 1950 Key, Senior Class Pres., Severance House Council, vice-pres. 3, Zeta Phi z, 3, 4. Wendell Hansen, B.A., Darling- ton, Wisconsin. Major: Bible, Minor: English, Serving the First Baptist Church at Dar- lington. Dick Harberts, B.A., Durango, Iowa. Major: Bible, Minor: Philosophy. Robert Harris, B.S., Milwaukee, J Wisconsin. Major: Phy. Ed., Minor: Math. Ex. Curr.: Football 3, Atheaneans, I. F. T. A. ames Hemsley, B.A., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Social Science, Minor: English. Ex, Curr.: I.F.T.A. Z, 3, 4, Internation- al Relations Club 1, Social Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Robert Herzog, B.S., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Physical Educa Curr.: Football, Basketball Track, Baseball, "D" Club Atheaneans, I.F.T.A. tion, Minor: Biology. Ex. Herbert Gearhart, B.A., Hop- kinton, Iowa. Major: Biology, Minor: German and English. Ex. Curr.: Cue 1, Z, 3, editor 4, Key 3, Mu Sigma Beta 2, 3, pres. 4, Student Council 4, Inter-fraternity Council 4, Natural Science Club 3, Spar- tan Club 1, 2. Herman Hildebrand, B.A., Miff- lin, Wisconsin. Major: His- tory, Minor: English. James Kremer, B.S., Dubuque, Robert Kilby, B.S. in Business Administration, Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Economics, Minor: Psychology. Iowa. Major: Physical Educ.- Minor: Sociology. Ex. Curr.i Basketball' Atheaneans-treas ' Tennis Roger Hillstrom, B.S. in Busi- Helen Hiflde, 5-5. in Nursing, ness Administration, Albert Lea, Minnesota. Major: Eco- nomics, Minor: Psychology. Ex. Curr.: Manager of Foot- ball 1, Z, 3, 45 Thirteeners, sec. Independence, Missouri. Ex. Curr.: S.C.A. 45 Zeta Phi 3. Racine Koterwski, B.A., Chicago, Illinois. Major: English, Minor: Religious Educ. Ex. Curr.: Chapel Choir 1, Z, 35 Gospel Team 1, 2, Gospel Team Quartetteg Inter-Varsi- ty Christian Fellowship 1, Z3 Iota Chi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Christian Life Council lg So- cial Science Club Zg I.F.T.A. 3, vice-pres. 45 S.C.A. 3-Ves- per Chrm. 4. Paul Kato, B.A., San Mateo, California. Major: Historyg Minor: English. Ex. Curr.: S.C.A.g Chapel Choir, Sci- ence Clubg Chi Alpha Omega, vice-pres. Rhys Hutchison, B.S., Dodge- Ma'or' ville, Wisconsin. j . Physical Education, Minor: Biology. Ex. Curr.: Basket- ball 2, 3, 4-captain, "D" Club 2, 3, 45 Atheaneans 2, 3, 45 Student Council Presi- dent 43 S.C.A. 43 Spartan Club 45 Who's Who 4. Lois Hunxmermeier, B.S., Pearl City, Illinois. Major: Com- merce, Minor: English. Ex. Curr.: Y.W.C.A. 1, 25 S.C.A. 3, 43 Chapel Choir 1, 2, A Cappella 3, 45 Zeta Phi 3, treas. 45 Class Sec. 43 W. A. R. A. 2, vice-pres. 3, sec.- treas. 4, I.F.T.A. 4, Spartan Club Z, 3. Alyce Houston, B.S., Tama, Iowa. Major: Home Econom- ics, Minor: English. Ex. Curr.: Delta Phi Sigma 2, 3, treas. 49 Omicron Mu l, 2, vice-pres. 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. lg I.F.T.A. 45 Severance House Council 3. Robert Laing, B.S., in Business Administration, Far Rocka- way, New York. Major: Eco- nomics, Minor: Psychology. Ex. Curr.: Mu Sigma Beta Z, 3, 4. Orville Lanham, B.A., Spring- Held, Illinois. Major: Religi- ous Eclucationg Minor: Bible. Ex. Curr.: S.C.A.g Chi Alpha Omega, A. Cappellag Phi Omicrong Theatre Board- business Managerg Key. Wilson Leidigh, B.A., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Major: Phys- ical Educationg Minor: His- tory. Ex. Curr.: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4g Base- ball 4g "D" Club 45 I.F.T.A. 4. Paul Luehr, B.S. in Business Administration, Elmhurst, Illinois. Major: Economics, Minor: Psychology. Ex. Curr.: "D" Club, Atheaneans- vice-pres., sec., Interfraternity Council, Basketball 1, Z, 3, 43 Steffens House Council. Andrew Lum, B.S., New York City, New York. Major: Bi- ology and Chemistry. Ex. Curr.: Thirteeners. Joan McKeag, B.A., Manchest- er, Iowa. Major: Social Sci- ence. Ex. Curr.: Social Sci- ence Club 3, 43 Chapel Choir 3, S.C.A. 33 Omicron Mu 4. Gus Ladas, B.A., Arlington Hts., Illinois. Major: Eco- nomics, Minor: English. Ex. Curr.: Thirteeners Z, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4. Seniors not pictured: john Van Drie Thomas Taylor Richard Preston Ruth Pfeifer Carolyn Osborne Marguerite Norman John Lee Beth Houston Daniel Dierauer Hazel Conner Bryan Cannon Barbara Mann, B.A., Dubuque, Marjorie Mecum, B.A., Bagley, Iowa. Major: Psychology and Sociology, Minor: English. Wisconsin. Major: Englishg Minor: History. Ex. Curr.: Chapel Choir 1, Z, A Cap- pella 33 Lambda Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, pres. 45 Social Science Club Z, I. F. T. A. 43 Pan-Hellenic 3, sec.- treas. 4. W M . 4....-..,a.-we Robert Phipps, B.S., University of Dubuque. Major: Physics, Minor: Mathematics. Ex. Curr.: I.F.T.A., Concert Band, Nat. Science Club. Lorenzo Menendez, B.A., Bar- Leonard Messengefy B-A-, D11- Olaf Pedersen, B.A., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Economicsg Mi- nor: History. .Ex. Curr.: Atheaneans, Social Science Club, I.F.T.A. Edward Ortell, B.A., Maquolce- ta, Iowa. Major: Historyg Minor: English. Naomi Oak, B.A., Taylor Ridge, Illinois. Major: Religious Educationg Minor: Music. Ex. Curr.: S.C.A. Beoucreach com- mission, 4-co-pras., Iota Chi Sigma 1, 2, sec.-treas. 3, 4g Y.W.C.A. 1, 23 Gospel Team 1, Z9 I.V.C.F. 1, 25 Chapel Choir l, 2-pres.g A Cappella 3, 4, Christian Life Council 3, 4. joan North, B.A., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Englishg Mi- nor: History and Education. Ex. Curr.: Delta Phi Sigma 3, pres. 43 Spartan Club 2, 3, 43 I.F.T.A. Z, 45 Dramatics 3, Pan-Hellenic Council 4. Felix North, B.S., Arlington, Iowa. Major: Physical Ecluc.g Minor: Biology. Ex. Curr.: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, Z5 Phi Omicron 3, 45 "D" Club 2, 3, 4. ranquilla, South America, buque, Iowa. Major: Bibleg Nadeem Muna, B.S., Chicago, Mainrg Chemistry? Minor: Minor: English. Illinois. Major: Chemistry' Biology. Minor: Biology-Mathernaticsi I- 'QU' Bernard Riggs, B.S., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Physics and Math. Ex. Curr.: I.F.T.A. George Schaal, B.A., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Bible: Minor: English. Ex. Curr.: S.C.A., Gospel Team 3. Tony Schavone, B.S., Oak Park, Illinois. Major: Physical Educ.: Minor: History. Ex. I.F.T.A. 3, 43 Thirteeners 2, Curr.: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 3, pres. 43 Stetfens House Council 3, "D" Club 3, 4: Treasurer of Sr. Class. Lois Selmar, B,A., Wheatland, Iowa. QSenior Second Semes- terj. Dee Schumacher, B.A., Naper- ville, Illinois. Major: History, Minor: English and Philoso- phy. Ex. Curr.: Delta Phi Sigma. Ray Schumacher, B.A., Naper- ville, Illinois. Major: Econom- ics, Minor: English. Ex. Curr.: Football, Track, "D, Club, Thirteeners-treas. 7 John Selmar, B.A., Greeley Colorado. Major: Speech, Minor: English. Ex. Curr.: Phi Omicron 1, sec. Z, vice- pres. 3, 4: Pres. of sopho- more class, I.F.T.A. 3: Dra- matics 3, 4. John Siege, B.A., Dubuque Iowa. Major: English: Minor: Economics. Florence Smith, B.A., Freeport, Illinois. Major: English: Mi nor: Education and History. Cleo Ploen, B.S., Clinton, Iowa. Major: Physical Eclucationgl Minor: Biology and English Ex. Curr.: W.A.R.A. 1, His-I torian Z, Pres. 3, Bus. Mgr. 4, Spartan Club 1, 2, 3, vice- pres. 4: Zeta Phi Sorority 2' 3, 4, S.C.A. 3, 4, Y.W.C.A1 1, cabinet Z, Dramatics 2, 3, Spartanettes 2, 3, 4: I.F.T.Al 45 Square Dancing Exhibi- tion Team 3, 4. Gerald Smith, B.S., Beloit, Wis consin. Major: Psychology Minor: Chemistry. Ex. Curr. Band, Orchestra, Phi Omi cron. Geraldine Wolfe, B.A., Point Pleasant, New Jersey. Major: Historyg Minor: English. Ex. Curr.: Zeta Phi Z, vice-pres. 3, pres. 4, Pan-Hellenic 3, 43 W.A.R.A. 1, 2, 45 Social Sci- ence Club, sec.-treas. Z, 3, 43 International Relations Club lg Y.W.C.A. 1, Z, S.C.A. 3, 4g Spartan Club lg I.F,'I'.A. 4, Alpha Psi omega 4. B janet Sullivan, B.S., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Home Econom- icsg Minor: Chemistry and English. Ronald Stewart, B.S., Crete, Illi nois. Major: Physical Ecluca tion, Minor: History. Ex Curr.: Class eans 2, 3, vi ball 2, 3, 43 "D" Club 45 Pres. lg Athean ce res 4' Foot I.F.T.A. 3. .P , , Basketball 3, 4g everly Vanclerlippe, B.A., Du buque, Iowa. Major: Eng lish' Minor: German ancl History. Ex. Curr.: Zeta Phi 3 4' S.C.A. 3 4' Pur Masque 1, 23 Orchestra 1 Z TA Delbert Williams, B.S. Stock ton, Illinois. Major: Biology and Chemistry. Ex. Curr.: Little Theatre Board, Alpha Psi Omega, Purple Masque pres., Concert band, Mu Sig- ma Beta-historian, Interfrat. Council-sec., Class treas. Z, class vice-pres. , S.C.A., Key. I Robert Swanson, B.A., Epworrh Iowa. Major: Sociology, Mij nor: Bible. - Richard Sullivan, B.S., Du- buque, Iowa. Major: Sociol- ogy and Chemistry, Minor: English. Allen Wise, B.A., Kent, Illinois. Major: History, Minor: Mathematics. ose Wimmer, BA Dubuque Iowa Major Political Sci ence Minor History E Curr International Relations Club Social Science Club program chrm 4 sec treas Robert Williams, BS in Bust ness Administration Marion Iowa. Major: Economics ancl Psychology. Ex Curr.: Track 1 Z 3 4' Spar n Club Z- Social Science Club 4' D Club 2, 3, 4g Sec.-Treas. So- cial Science Club 45- Track- Captain 2. Betty Sweany, B.A., Dubuque, Iowa. Major: Englishg Mi- nor: Education. Bonna Turney, B.A., Seattle, Washington. Major: Religi- ous Educationg Minor: Music. Ex. Curr.: Iota Chi. r gait in lunior Robert Connell, Dubuque, Ia. William Johnson, Chicago, Ill. President Vice President Richard Adams Arlington, Ia. Barry Adler Bronx, N. Y. Ronald Anfenson Nevada, Ia. Rita Arand Stockton, Ill. Max Arthur Anamosa, Ia. Have you ever tried to Wrap a pack- age and then when you were half fm- ished with your task, given up because it Was just too big? Well, that's the way it is with the class of '52, They have something that you can't actually tie up and label. It's an intangible something that can't be described. Perhaps it's a result of that bell-ring- ing production, "Club 52," when they were freshmen. Or maybe it's a result of the "oscars" in the one-act play con- tests. Could be a product of those inter- class sports achievements. Yes-it could be most anything. But at any rate the class has a wonderful spirit-a Centen- nial Spirit as they call it. It was that same spirit that sponsored "Holly Days," the perfect junior prom, and even the very book you're reading. Lorraine Baal Thomas Barthell Adrian, Minn. Lansing, Ia. Class Donna Aitchison, Cascade, Ia. Jay Childs, Baldwin, N. Y Secretary Treasurer Durwood Busse Aplington, Ia. Byron Brose Dub uque, Ia. George Buck Savanna, Ill. William Braucht Aledo, Ill. Miriam Bassett Robert Berger Floyd Blake Hopkins, Minn. Dubuque, Ia. Eaton, Ind. Hing Chin New York, N. Y. Carole Chmelik Joliet, Ill. Ruth Close Don Cameron Reynolds, Ill. Betty Cox Galena, Ill. Roy Crawford Allerton, Ia. Duane Datisma Dubuque, Ia. Aleclo, Ill. n Edward Delaney John Dennis East Dubuque, Ill. Park Ridge, Ill Alice Gille Cuba City, Wis Ruth Gloyd Joy, Ill. Arthur Gesie Monticello, Ia. Richard Etherton Northbrook, Ill. Donald Eldred Sandwich, Ill. Arlo Duba Platte, S. D. Margie Dennler Barbara Dewey John DiMascio Elgin, Ia. Dubuque, Ia. Chicago Hts., Ill ' ' 73,--5: .... : 5? .. Wayne Hammen Savanna, Ill. 2 5, r 2. 'JW i"Sv '-Q .gf fag 9. 7 2 " ' H - , ff- ---- l 12. . :EF L -"" 9 V - L., ..., : .-H W4 :'i5'I".2ZIi V Lia :K-:iiifE'IEE-iE::::5"- E:lElEElEEEi'Gi1:f ' QS' 1-',,:':,:E" 2'-M 4511 , ., , ...,.,.,, zu. .,,,,,. , ,,.,.,x,f...:,g,. WN James Green Parkersburg, Ia. Joyce Hartbecl: Earlville, Ia. Anita I-Iayunga German Valley, Ill. James Heller East Dubuque, Ill. Leonard Hering Chicago Hts., Ill. Jaclc Holcomb Gary Hyler Donald Jafvert Clinton, Ia. Bellevue, Ia. Davenport, Ia. es e e e r . Z, Howard Kill'nge rife? :1-a -Y A,.". F' Joliet, IIl.l r :': ,. ...,.,.. 1.,.. W 52 :-- :1-' 2:-:: ' M., W x,,: i f, V, , V 1 H s1.-lM- AA... l Joan Klaver Naperville, Ill. Malcolm Kennedy Freeport, III. Mary Jo Keith Cedar Rapids, Ia. Clara Kehren Monticello, Ia. Arlys Karmegieter Ackley, Ia. Thomas James Marjorie Jaspers Richard Jones Batavia, Ill. Steamboat Rock, Ia. Oak Park, Ill ' l E . . Takashi Kubota San Francisco, Calif. Richard Kregel Crete, Ill. Grant Lawrence Guttenberg, Ia. Helen Lazarides Long Island, N. Y. John Limage Hanover, Ill. JoAnn Lindaman Dubuque, Ia. Margaret Lyon Don McDonald Richard Marlowe Cobclen, Ill. Maquoketa, Ia. Clinton, Ia. Joan Olson Minneapolis, Minn. William Olson Dubuque, Ia. Rex Odermann Fo ntanna, Calif. Gustav Moldesrad Babylon, N. Y. William Moiicit Aledo, Ill. Gordon Miller Maywood, Ill. Richard Masten Lucy Mendez Maxine Mills Oceanside, N. Y. Fajarco, Puerto Rico Coggon, Ia. mfs IESHLQQWE Donald Pierce Stockton, Ill. Gus Petrakis Dubuque, Ia. Ronald Plummer Dubuque, Ia. Ida Rorhweiler Lancaster, Penn. John Sass Dubuque, Ia. Carlisle Schafer Bloomington, Wis. Russell Schetgen Aldonn Seibert Jean Shorten Dubuque, Ia. Greeley, Ia. A Bronx, N. Y. Maurice Winters Scales Mound, Ill. David Smith Leon Sonksen Naperville, III . Holland, Ia. Charles Willming Springville, Ia. Marjorie Warner Davenport, Ia. William Virtue Galena, Ill. John Thompson Nevada, Mo. Mary Thompson Scales Mound, Ill Won Sull Seoul, Korea Calvin Steever Lennox, S. D. Pres.-Robert Hansel V. Pres.-Donald Swain Sec,-Margaret Bridgeland Treas.-Phillip Tindrell ophomore Class One of the first duties of the sophomore class is to keep tradition by supplying the fresh- men with their "green beanies." Somewhere there was a slip-up and the freshmen anxiously awaited the solemn day when they would be capped. It seemed only a few days after they re- ceived their caps that the tug of war was held. Being victorious, the freshmen made very little use out of their hats. The class of '53 started the year by cleverly decorating the entrance of Severance Hall and winning first prize in Homecoming decorations. Participating in all types of campus activities such as music, dramatics, sports, fraternities, sororities, and the school publications, the class of '53 will carry on the banner of leadership and cooperation to their junior year. Arlene Allen John Bachtell Craighton Barner Oscar Baumann Richard Bielc Robert Borland Carlyn Bradley Lois Branclau Ruth Candelaria Madeline Carey George Coppage Jeanne Cox Thomas Dacey Ruth Davenport Kenneth De Wall John Diets Marlene Dremmel Howard Dukelow Nancy Einsweiller: Carol Emmons Bruce Ferguson Richard Ferckerher Martin Gall Joan Gantert Tom Greenawalt Joanne Griffin Richard Hagan Barbara Hammen Dick Hanor Chris Harer Edwin Hinman George Hiraga Roger Hocking Norma Holmgren Wallace Holthaus Elizabeth Jahn Dirk Jeclclin Joan jenkins Bernadine Johnson Leland Jones Maurene Julius Ruth Keener Peter Kocpman Alice Kort Beatrice Adler Lauren Kramer Donald Kritz Delores Kruse Todd La Porte William Lawrence Robert Lay Zoe Lazaricles Doris Lewis Myrna Lindeman Martha Lloyd Robert Lucas Rebecca McNeill Harriete McQuiety Richard Major Ruthann Marihart Virginia Mead Milton Meyer Mrs. Ethel Muir Carrole Cowles John North Margaret North Daniel Ratliff Joanne Strutt John Remaly Kenneth Remer Darlene Rockwell Joyce Roll Betty Ryplcema Dwight Sandman Donald Schiel Barbara Schisewslcx Ralph Schlafer Lila Schrader Dale Schulz Charles Selenslcy Joan Siedschalg Norval Sinning Lois Smith Ronald Smith Sophie Zouncourides Anna Sorensen Wayne Stamm Harold Stein Berry Srolcz Pearl Stonslcas Carl Stuart Lois Stuessy John Sunclstedt Gloria Sunnesen Helen Talley Marianne Thaden Garth Thomas Lucille Trajillo Charles Vaughan Helen Velsor Icla Virtue Tennyson Wang Fred Wells Gale Whitmer Robert Wicklund litlluum-no is i . 32. 1. A 14 -9 ji V' l I li f 1 .--',' .r :i'f f .... I ..,.,..,.. ,zzzzz " " ll ll l H , zzzzzzzzz 5 ' usagk QI Eklimilll i X 9 N u 1 fifafgmflzfeii ww George Flanders, Pres. Ralph Plimpton, V-Pres. June Morris' Sec'y James Remer. TTCUS- Fre hman Class Confused-bewildered-homesickF Well, perhaps they were during Freshman Days, but since then newcomers have become accustomed to college life and liked it. They like the friendly atmosphere here at Dubuque and the feeling that they are sharing in school activities. The Follies was their lirst big challenge as Freshmen, and they passed with flying colors. Not only did they show the upperclassmen that the Frosh had talent, but that they had spirit and enthusiasm too. The Sophomores became aware of this spirit when the Frosh won the tug-of-war and tucked their little green beanies away in mothballs. Remember, too, the huge Homecoming bonfire, the jam sessions and the football and bas- ketball games in which many Freshmen participated. Yes, this has been a busy year, but it's been fun. Hubert Ackman Inosencio Aguirre Allo Anderson Betty Baal W7alter Barnes Kenneth Barnes Barbara Belvelc Gilbert Bennett Audrey Bergman Daryl Boelman Howard Boker Duane Bradfleld Elinor Brandau Carol Bridgelancl Mary Carlsen Margaret Chapman Joseph Colacecchi Fausto Colon William Courtright Donna Dare David Darsee Paul DeBeer Sue Dilworth Doreen Eclcles JoAnn Failor Enrique Pals-Borda Charles Ferris Ronald Fincham Joan Frank Virginia Frink Sharon Fritz Berry Galliarc Jean Galliart Margaret Gearhart Grace Geerdes Kermit Giles Geneva Gillespie Mariano Gutierrez Andrew Hamilton Theodore Hamilton Margaret Hineline Carolyn Hirtz Bill Hollensteiner William Hoover Melvin Hounsell James Hughes Shirley Hughes Howard Hunt Milos Karagin Robert Kennedy Herman Kilpper jack King Roy Larson Josephine Leaf Marilyn Linlcus Jim Lockhart Jewel Luce Von McLane Joan Macker Tom Macomber Eunice Mick Dudley Millen Constance Mullady Craig Noi-denson Jeanne O'Brien Helen Palmer Viletta Pfunclstein Joanne Plummer Beth Rittenhouse Josephine Quick Boyd Ramsey Melvin Reth Faye Preston Don Schwenneker Richard Selway Koklci Shinclo Andrew Spaclanura Glynn Stadel Carol Stimson Wayx1e Talley Douglas Taylor Doris Thrush J'Neane Vandenher Charles Walker S Joan Lay Jerry Weaver Arthur Wendel Roberc Wheeler Clifton Whittington Jack Wichman Francis Winter Gustave Wolff Robert Woodbury Barbara Yoder Robert Zimmerman Frederick Ball William Kendall John Reiners John Shields Alvin Straatmeyer William Tammen econd emester 'tudents pecial tudent Darlene Bourret Eric Broclish Carol Dravis Dolores Gillnertson John. Kintzinger Beverly Lorenz Jan Mabee Ramona Meredith Ellen Peyton JoAnn Schaver Shirley Scheppele JoAnn Wil: Charlotte Worrell Elaine Yiannias eminar The Seminary at Dubuque is designated by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church as a point for specially training men entering rural pastorates in the United States and overseas. In compliance with this, the faculty of the Theological Seminary afiirms in its state- ment of objectives, "to prepare its students to meet the requirements for ordination in the Pres- byterian Church U.S.A. and to provide courses of instruction essential to preparation for the ministry in any evangelical church." The seminary seeks to maintain a close adherence to the requirements of the classical theo- logical disciplines, while remaining fully alert to the need of developing practical skills and proficiency in the techniques required of a minister. Its primary purpose is to exalt the gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ, and to instill such fervency of spirit and consecration of tal- ent that the Christian evangel will Iind adequate expression and efficient application in every field of church service. The Seminary offers a Bachelor of Divinity and the Master of Theology degree in the field of Rural Church and Life. Keith Aclcman, Jr. Jang Bahadur, Sp. Robert Boehllce, Jr. Andrew Bosman, Middler Edgewood, Ia. Shasalcpur Panjalo, Pakistan Winthrop, Minn. Dakota, Ill. Charles Brewer, Sr. George Buse, Sp. Lewis Conrad, Sr. Glenn Dielcen, Middler Ryan, Ia. Dubuque, Ia. Kent, Ia. Parkersburg, Ia. Ted Dillow, Jr. Byron, Ill. Robert Duncan, Jr. Portland, Oregon Ray Edwards, Sr. Tipton, Ia. Alfred Elckens, Sr. Shellsburg, Ia. Norman Fowler, Sr. Parcleeville, Wis. John Frerichs, Sr. Dubuque, Ia. Douglas Hall, Middler Anamosa, Ia. Charles Hendricks, Jr. University of Dubuque Neil Higbee, Sr. Buffalo Prairie, Ill. Alvern Kinrade, Jr. Maquoketa, Ia. Eustice Kirkpatrick, Mid. Platteville, Wis. John lVlcCandless, Jr. Butler, Penn. Rollin Mansfield, Mid. Albion, Neln. Gayle Miller, Jr. Butler, Penn. Earl Minton, Jr. Zion, Ill. William Niles, Mid. Postville, Ia. Kenneth Nordvall, Jr. Duluth, Minn. Wallace Oursler, Jr. Monmouth, Ia. Donald Parnell, Sr. Topeka, Kan. William Puls, Jr. Dubuque, Ia. Floyd Seth, Sp. Grove City, Perm. Eugene Sielcmann, Sp Aplingcon, Ia. Donald Smith, Jr. Freeport, Ill. Melvin Steinbron, Jr. Ellsworth, Wis. ,Samuel Stuart, Jr. Utica, Ill. Robert Thaclen, Sr. North Bend, Wis. August Thalrnan, Jr. Curtisville, Penn. Kenneth Turney, Sr. Puyallup, Wash. James Wood, Jr. Clifton, Kans. Herbert Young, Micl. Hayward, Calif. -....,,..,.-....- Y ... ......2,e,...,.-- V Y-,,4,.:,f..4..-,,g,,,.-4.1:1,.,5f. 1, 1.41 N F - -- ,:: ,- 11, L, N t N., , . , . W A Q I . W - HU E LIFE Q U www w' . Q . .'u. ..- Q ' Q , .. 0 1 I rv. '- c Q .nl ,' ..1 - Q Q-,-1 'v ,Q 4'. 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A . my W V xx xv: ai, N W , A E 5 I 0 ,L sn ,S y K 5 WI' v , . n n .,:.,i - f....,,f,,X-iL.QJm1Q,. iw, f ,M.J?.'i3.:,fJf7'. wh-A-'f M X xi5kS:v21"f1'.-AM., ' We W x 1' ' ww Acknowledgments To all who have made the 1951 Key possible, We offer our sincere apprecia- tion. To those innumerable friends - thank you - and especially to: Younkers Engravers - for much patience with the dummies! The Hoermann Press - Mr. Bray, Si, and all the rest. Our advisor, Sherman Spear, for smoothing the rough places. Margie Dennler, for aid, advice, and assistance. The advertisers who made possible a bigger book, All the members of our staff who have suffered long in the name of deadlines! To Mary and U-Dee, the spirit of Dubuque, our gratitude for your contri- butions to the pages of this year's Key. To Bryan Cannon, who Wrote the Foreword poem. STUDENT DIRECTORY FACULTY INCLUDED 1 K ll! 4 ' .2 1951 UNIVERSITY CF DUBUQUE NAME ADDRESS Ackman, Hubert, Edgewood. Iowa. Adams, Richard, Arlington, Iowa. Adamson, Ralph, 2211 J St. S.W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Addyman, Sylvia, R.R. 4, Dubuque, Iowa. Adler, Barry, 2056 Davidson Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Adler, Betty, 2056 Davidson Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Adrian, Shirley, Lost Nation, Iowa. Aguirre, Inosencio. P.O. Box 25, Claypool, Arizona. Ahrens, William, 212 W. Russell St., Barrington, Ill. Aitchison, Donna, Cascade, Iowa. Aldridge, Fritz, 904 East Shawnee, Freeport, Ill. Allan, Duane, University of Dubuque. Allen, Arlene, Epworth, Iowa. Allen, David. Hill Street. Galena. Ill. Anderson, Allo, 619 Third St., Savanna, Ill. Anfenson. Ronald. 1318 11th St., Nevada, Iowa. Angell, Roland, East Dubuque, Ill. Arand, Rita, R.R. 3, Stockton, Ill. Arends, Robert, Blairsburg, Iowa. Arnold, Charlene. Woodbine, Ill. Arthur, Max, Anamosa, Iowa. Baal, Betty, Adrian, Minnesota. Baal. Lorraine, Adrian. Minnesota. Baber, James, Stockton, Illinois. Bachtell, John, McGregor, Iowa. Bahr, Alberta, Scales Mound, Ill. Bakk. Clarence, Cook. Minn. Balbach, Jane, Lena, Illinois Balkin, Howard, 5466 Ellis Ave., Chicago, Illinois. Ball, Frederic. Galena, Ill. Baresel, Evelyn, R.R. 5, Maquoketa, Iowa. Barner, Creighton. Mt. Vernon, Iowa. Barnes, Kenneth, 1145 14th St., Fennimore, Wise. Barnes, Walter, Barnum, Iowa. Barthell, Thomas. Lansing, Iowa. Bartlow, Mari, 1124 Fountain N.E., Grand Rapids, Mich. Bassett, Miriam, R.R. 3, Hopkins, Minnesota. Baumann, Oscar, 432 N. Cook St., Barrington, Ill. Becker, Lawrence, Aurelia, Iowa. Becker, Martha, 1224 W. Columbia Ave., Chicago, Illinois. Beltz, Danny, Arlington, Iowa. Belvek, Barbara, 340 Bryant St., Dubuque, Iowa. Bennett, Gilbert, 2809 Elm Ave., Zion, Illinois. Berger, Robert, 1957 University Ave., Dubuque, Iowa. Bergman, Audrey, 102 N. Dodge, Galena, Illinois. Bernal, Armando, Ranchos de Taos. New Mexico. Biek. Richard, 520 North Ave., Barrington, Illinois. Black, Edward, Shullsburg, Wisc. Blackmon, Rita, 2220 West Third St., Dubuque, Iowa. Blake, Floyd, Eaton, Indiana. Bley, Raymond, 2088 Avalon Rd., Dubuque, Ia. Blum, LeRoy, 1520 Adair St., Dubuque, Ia. Bove, Robert, 1026 Emerald Ave., Chicago Hts., Ill. Boelrnan, Daryl, Belmond, Iowa. Boker, Howard, 113 East Fifth St., Alton, Illinois. Borland. Robert, 3240 Ezra, Zion, Illinois. Bourret, Darlene, Gilman, Wisconsin. Bradfield, Duane, Rickardsville, Iowa. Bradley, Carlyn, Manchester, Iowa. Brandau, Elinor, Rudd, Iowa. Brandau, Lois, Rudd, Iowa. Braucht, William, 210 W. First St., Aledo, Illinois. Bregman, John, 1390 Glen Oak St., Dubuque, Ia. Bridgeland, Carol, Winnebago, Illinois. Bridgeland, Margaret, Winnebago, Illinois. Brockway, Gordon, 250 West Lake St., Barrington, Ill. Brodish, Eric, Manchester, Iowa. Brose, Byron, 130 N. Booth St., Dubuque, Iowa. Brown, Keith, 418 15th Ave. So., Clinton, Iowa. Brown, Norman, R.R. 1, Coal City. Brueck, Mary, 1157 Bluff St., Dubuque, Iowa. Buck, George, Savanna, Illinois. Buls, Charles, 1274 3rd Ave. S.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Burleson, Esther, Baldwin, Iowa. Burleson, Marion, Baldwin, Iowa. Burlinham. Gary, Cedar Rapids, Ia. Busch, Serena, Stockton, Illinois. Busse, Durwood, Aplington, Iowa. Cameron, Don, Aledo, Illinois. Camp, Lawrence, 2722 44th St., Des Moines, Iowa. NAME ADDRESS Campbell, Talmage, 1248w Iowa St.. Dubuque. Iowa. Candelaria, Ruth, 232 No. Walter, Albuquerque, N. M. Cannon, Bryan, 402 Central Pl., Dixon, Illinois. Carey, Madeline, Le Mars, Iowa. Carlsen, Mary, Elkader, Iowa. Carlton, Robert, 3418 College, Alton. Illinois. Carroll, Merlen, R.R. 2, Bellevue, Michigan. Chambers, Dorothy, 1255 University Ave., Dubuque, Iowa.. Chapman, Margaret 568 66th St.. Oakland, Calif. Childs, Jay, 13 Linden Ave., Baldwin, N. Y. Chin, Hing, 224 East 15th St.. New York City. N. Y. Chmelik, Carole, 502 Buell Ave., Joliet, Illinois. Close. Cynthia, Reynolds, Illinois. Coats, James, 416 Prospect, Glen Ellyn, Ill. Colacecchi, Joseph, 230 E. 23rd St., Chicago Hts., Ill. Colin, Stanley, Scales Mound, Ill. Colon, Fausto, 198 Brown Place, New York City. N. Y. Connell, Robert, 972 Grove Terrace, Dubuque, Iowa. Conner, Hazel, Glidden, Iowa. Coppage, George, 3233 Lewis, Franklin Park, Ill. Courtright, William, Warren, Illinois. Cowles, Bob, 6812 S. Normal, Chicago, Illinois. Cowles, Carrolle, 6812 S. Normal, Chicago, Illinois. Cox. Betty, Galena, Illinois. Cox, D. Jeanne, 429 West First St., Monticello, Iowa. Crawford, Roy L., 45 S. Grandview Ave., Allerton, Iowa. Dacy, Thomas, 2225 W. Cullom Ave.. Chicago, Ill. Dare. Donna Adele, 649 S. Grandview, Dubuque, Iowa. Darsee, David, Martelle, Iowa. Datisman, Duane, 976 Oak St., Dubuque. Iowa. Davenport, Ruth, Warren, Ill. DeBeer, Paul, Windom, Minn. DeGrofi, Joan, Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y. Delaney, Edward, 1451 Mt. Pleasant, East Dubuque, Ill. del Valle, Nester, New York, N. Y. Dennis, John, 743 Merrill Ave., Park Ridge. Ill. Dennler, Margie, Elgin, Iowa. DeWall, Kenneth, Shannon. Ill. Dewey, Barbara, 1695 Seminary St., Dubuque, Iowa. Dickeson, Richard, 1824 Fairview Ave., Park Ridge, Ill. Dierauer, Daniel, 208 Orange St., Waukon, Iowa. Diers, John, 483 West 15th St., Dubuque. Iowa. Dilworth, Sue, 220 James, Dubuque, Iowa. DiMascio, John, 1239 23rd St., Chicago Hts., Illinois. Dixon, Linda, 214 S. Mason St., Bensenville, Ill. Domsalla. Paul, 1817 Comanche Ave., Clinton, Iowa. Donaldson. William, 7553 W. Lake Street, River Forest, Ill Dorst, Eunice, 516 Seitz Avenue, Mayville, Wisc. Drake, David, 1014 N. Scott, Wheaton, Ill. Dravis, Carol, 1608 Lincoln. Dubuque, Iowa. Dremmel, Marlene, Burt, Iowa. Duba, Arlo, Platte, South Dakota. Dukelow. Howard, Potosi, Wisconsin. Dumas, Richard, 716 Fairview, Park Ridge, Illinois. Eckert, Francis, 1599 Bluff, Dubuque, Iowa. Eckles, Doreen, Aplington. Iowa. Edgar, Jerry. Darlington, Wisc. Einsweiler, Nancy, 411 Gear St., Galena, Illinois. Eldred, Donald, 819 N. Main St., Sandwich, Ill. Emmons, Carol, 615 W. Park Ave., Albert Lea, Minn. Emmons, Gerald, 615 W. Park Ave., Albert Lea, Minn. Etherton, Richard, 2022 Center St., Northbrook, Ill. Failor, JoAnn, 950 18th St., Marion, Iowa. Fals-Borda, Enrique, Barranquilla, Colombia, S. A. Farrington, Paul, Austin Apts., Dubuque, Iowa. Ferguson, Bruce, 805 Bradley Pl., Chicago, Ill. Fernald, Eugene, 84 Strawberry Hill, East Norwalk, Conn Ferree, John, 2110 Coates St., Dubuque, Iowa. Ferris, Charles, R.R. 1, Granada Gardens, Dubuque. Iowa Fettkether, Richard. 326 West Locust St., Dubuque, Iowa. Filippi, Robert, 146 E. 2Ath St., Chicago Hts., Ill. Fincham, Ronald, 1736 8th St., Nevada, Iowa. Fisher, Merle, Taylor Ridge. Ill. Flanders, George, 2045 University Ave., Dubuque, Iowa. Frank, Joan, Miles, Iowa. Freeseman, Cornelia, Parkersburg, Iowa. Frerichs, Lois, 2173 Bennett St., Dubuque, Iowa. Frey, Paul, Downers Grove, Illinois. Frink, Virginia, Orangeville, Ill. NAME ADDRESS Fritz, Sharon, R.R. 4, Freeport, Illinois. Gall, Martin, Bickleton, Wash. Galllart, Betty, 1134 Langworthy. Dubuque, Iowa. Galliart, Jean. 2235 Fuller Pl., Dubuque, Iowa. Gantert, Joan, 1301 Rhomberg Ave., Dubuque, Iowa. Geach, Melva, Warren, Illinois. Gearhart, Herbert, Hopkinton. Iowa. Gearhart. Margaret, Hopkinton, Iowa. Geerdes, Grace. George, Iowa. Gesie, Arthur, Monticello. Iowa. Geyer, Mrs. Elizabeth, 1997 University Ave., Dubuque, Ia Gllbertson. Dolores, Waukon, Iowa. Giles, E. Kermit, 226 N. Second St., Platteville, Wlsc. Glll, John, London, England. Gllle, Alice. Cuba Clty, Wlsc. Gillespie, Geneva, 2368 Jackson St., Dubuque, Iowa. Gloyd, Ruth, Joy, Illinois. Gorman, Fred, Waukon, Iowa. Green, James, Parkersburg, Iowa. Greenawalt, Tom, 187 N. Grandview, Dubuque, Iowa. Greer, Mary, Lennox, South Dakota. Grlffln, Joanne, 1850 Audubon, Dubuque, Iowa. Grupp, Susan. Cuba City, Wisc. Gulliford, Cantrill, 3606 S. Felton, Marlon, Ind, Gutierrez, Mariano, Heredla, Costa Rica. Haarup, Hazel, R,R. 2, Earlville, Iowa. Hagan, Richard, 2521 Elizabeth Ave., Zion, Illinois. Hall, Leora. University of Dubuque. Hamilton, Andrew, 4654 Sydemham St., Philadelphia, Penn Hamilton, Theodore, 4614 Elm, Downers Grove, Ill. Hammen, Barbara, 503 E. North St., Plano, Ill. Hammen. Wayne, Savanna, Ill. Hammerstein, Mrs. Isabella, 530 Glen Oak St., Dubuque, Ia Hanor, George, 900 Cleveland Ave., Park Ridge, Ill. Hansel, Robert, 2043 Balke St., Dubuque, Iowa. Hansen, Wendell, Darlington, Wlsc. Harberts, Dick, Durango, Iowa. Harer, Chris, 1815 N. 2nd Ave., Durango, Colo. I-Iarrls, Robert, 2818 S. Delaware, Milwaukee, Wlsc. Hartbeck, Joyce, Earlvllle, Iowa. Hartbeck, Watson, Earlville, Iowa. Hartman, Ned, Chadwick, Ill. Hausheer, Maurice, Grant City, Mo. Hayunga, Anita, German Valley, Ill. Heller, James, East Dubuque, Ill. Hemsley, James, 1921 Madison St., Dubuque, Iowa. Herlng, Leonard, 2909 Chicago Rd., Chicago Hts., Ill. Herzog, Robert, 1102 Washington, Dubuque, Iowa. Hildebrand, Herman, Mifflin, Wisc. Hilflnger, Cordelia, 9216 S. Flrst St., Phoenix, Arizona. Hillery, Delbert, 1640 Ashton Place, Dubuque, Iowa. Hillstrom, Roger, 302 East Third St., Albert Lea, Minn. Hlnde, Helen, 119 East Linden, Independence, Mo. Hinellne, Margaret, 102 Indiana, Valparaiso, Indiana. Hlnman, Edwin, Manchester, Iowa. I-Iiraga, George, 2115M, 5th St., Sacto, California, Hirtz, Carolyn, 428 Rome Ave., Rockford, Ill, Hocking, Roger, 1908 Cox St., Dubuque, Iowa. Holcomb, Jack, 420 6th Ave. N., Clinton, Iowa. Hollensteiner, Bill, 4228 No. Meade, Chicago, Ill. Holmgren, Norma, 38 Roosevelt St., Oceanside, N. Y. Holthaus, Wallace, Earlville, Iowa. Homewood, Marjorie, Strawberry Point, Iowa. Hoover, William, Elkader, Iowa, Hounsell, Melvin, Blackhawk, Ill. Houston, Alyce, 809 Oswego, Tama, Iowa. Houston, Beth, 2450 Pearl St., Dubuque, Iowa. Hughes, James, New Diggins, Wisc. Hughes. Shirley, 2518 W. 27th St., Zion, Ill. Hummermeier, Lois, Pearl City, Ill, Hunt, Howard, Earlville, Iowa. Hurm, Mrs. Viola, 1327 West 5th St., Dubuque, Ia, Hutchison, Rhys, Dodgevllle, Wisc. Hyler, Gary, Bellevue, Iowa. Jaeger, James, 1988 Grace St., Dubuque, Iowa. Jafvert, Donald, 2120 Wilkes Ave., Dubuque, Iowa. Jahn, Elizabeth, Taylor Ridge, Ill, James, A. Thomas, W. Main St.. Batavia, Illinois, Jansen, David. P.O. Box 482, Elk River, Minn. Jaspers, Marjorie, Steamboat Rock. Ia. NAME ADDRESS Jecklln, Dirk, 235 Bryant St., Dubuque, Iowa. Jenkins, Joan, 415 Wisner St., Park Ridge, Ill. Jessup, E. Richard, Webster City, Ia. Johannsen, Bill, 714 West 5th St., Dubuque, Iowa. Johannsen, James, 44 No. Grandview, Dubuque, Iowa. Johnson, Bernadine. 813 S. Cumberland, Park Ridge, Ill. Johnson, Carol, 7327 Coyle, Chicago, Ill, Johnson, William, 8115 S. Crandon Ave., Chicago, Illinois Jones, Edward, Newport, Minnesota. Jones, Leland, Manchester, Iowa. Jones, Richard, 712 So. Scoville, Oak Park, Illinois. Julius, I. Maurene, Moorland, Iowa. Kaapke, Lyle, 214 So. 19th Ave., Maywood, Illlnols. Kannegieter. Arlys, Ackley, Iowa. - Karagin, Milos. 4184 Van Buren St., Gary, Indiana. Karakawa, Walter, 711 Hoawa St., Honolulu, Hawaii. Kato, Paul, 111 No. Gran St., San Mateo, Calif. Keener, Ruth, 505 Fair Oaks Ave., Oak Park, Illinois. Kehren, Clara, R.R. 2, Monticello, Iowa. Kelm, Keith, Cedar Rapids, Ia. Keith, Mary, 703 32 St. S.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Kendall, William, Lenox, Ia. Kennedy, Malcolm, 103 N. Foley Ave., Freeport, Illlnols. Kennedy, Robert, 103 N. Foley Ave., Freeport, Illinois. Kief, Martin, 326 W. Locust St., Dubuque, Iowa. Kllby, K, Robert, 1058 Locust St., Dubuque, Iowa. Killlnger, Howard, Joliet Arsenal, Joliet, Illinois. Kllpper, Herman, 1395 McCormick St., Dubuque, Iowa. King, Jack, 1100 English Blvd., Marlon, Iowa, Kintzinger, John, 2165 Simpson, Dubuque, Iowa. Klaver, Jean, Kamrar, Iowa, Koopman, Peter, 1678 Iowa St., Dubuque, Iowa. Kort, Alice, 610 So. Prospect, Park Ridge, Ill. Koterwski, Racine, 1448 Edgewater, Chicago, Ill, Krambeck, Jack, 2202 Garfield St., Clinton, Iowa. Kramer, Lauren, 1626 Iowa Ave., Clinton, Iowa. Kregel, Richard, Crete, Illinois. Kremer, Jlm, 1209 Vernon St., Dubuque, Iowa. Kritz, Donald, 64 Gandolfa St., Dubuque, Iowa. Kruse, De Lores, Parkersburg, Iowa, Kubota, Takashi, 2345 Bush St., San Francisco, Cal. Kwan, Ki Young, 1240 N. LaSalle St., Chicago, Illinois. Ladas, Gus, 213 S. Highland, Arlington Hts., Ill. Laing, Robert, 1145 Bayport Pl., Far Rockaway, N. Y. Lanham, Orville, 1121 E. Laurel, Springfield, Ill. LaPorte, Todd, 1904 University Ave., Dubuque, Iowa. Larson, A. Roy, 279 Valley St., Dubuque, Iowa. Launspach, Irvin, 2346 Poplar St., Dubuque, Iowa. Lawrence, Grant, Guttenburg, Iowa. Lawrence. William, P.O. Box 3, Denver, Colorado. Lay, J. Robert, Winter, Wisc, Lay, Joan, Winter, Wisc. Lazarides, Helen, 22-77 19 St., Long Island 5, N. Y. Lazarides, Zoe, 22-77 19 St.. Long Island 5, N. Y. Leaf, Josephine, 535 N. Algona St., Dubuque, Iowa. Lee, John, Austin Apts., Dubuque, Iowa, Leidlgh, Wilson, 117 11th St. N.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Lewis, Doris, McDonald, Pa. Liddle, Earl, 2814 Washington, Dubuque, Ia. Limage, John, Hanover. Illinois. Lindaman, JoAnn, 149114 W. 5th St., Dubuque, Iowa. Lindeman, Myrna, Aplington, Iowa. Linkus, Marilyn. 6834 Yale Ave., Chicago, Illinois. Livingstone, Ivan. Quebec, Canada. Lloyd, Martha, 32 Haendel St., Binghamton, N. Y. Lobaugh, Lawrence, 632 Robbins Ave., Niles, Ohio. Lockhart, Jim, P.O. Box 235, Independence, Iowa. Longley, Lynn, 1735 Madison St., Dubuque, Iowa. Lorenz. Beverly, Manchester, Iowa. Lucas, Robert, 415 Virginia, Des Moines, Iowa. Luce, Jewel, 1700 Gideon. Zion, Illinois. Luedke, Otto, 1340 Wisconsin Ave., Racine, Wisconsin. Luedke, Sally, 1340 Wisconsin Ave., Racine, Wisconsin. Luehr, Paul, 568 Hawthorne, Elmhurst, Illinois. Lum, Andrew, 100 Park St., New York City, N. Y. Lundstrom, Russell, 1231 S, 16 Ave., Maywood, Illinois. Lutterman, Robert, Antioch. Illinois. Lyon, Margaret, Cobden, Illlnois. McDonald, Don, Maquoketa, Iowa. McKeag. Joan, Manchester, Iowa. NAME ADDRESS McLane, C. Von, 1002 40 St., Moline, Illinois. McNeill, Rebecca, 520 N. Algona. Dubuque, Iowa. McQuiety, Harriette, Shullsburg, Wise. Mabee, Jan, 208114 Garfield, Dubuque, Iowa. Macker, Joan, 1419 Rhomberg Ave.. Dubuque, Iowa. Maclay, Ruth, Dubuque, Ia. Macomber, Tom, Cascade, Iowa. Major, Richard, 7619 Bennett, Chicago, Illinois. Mann, Barbara, 320 Hill St., Dubuque, Iowa. Marihart, Ruthann, 2538 Marquette Pl., Dubuque. Iowa. Marlowe, Richard, 2808 Cleveland St., Clinton, Iowa. Mason. George. Des Moines. Ia. Masten, Richard, 89 Terrell Ave., Oceanside, N. Y. Mead. Virginia, 1305 So. Main St., Aberdeen, S. D. Mecum, Marjorie, Bagley, Wisconsin. Mendel, Bruce, Severance Hall, Dubuque, Ia. Mendez, Lucy, Fajarco, Puerto Rico, Calle 57 :,li'41-51. Menendez, Lorenzo, Barranqullla, S. A. Meredith, Ramona, Anamosa, Iowa. Messenger, Leonard, 864W Edison, Dubuque, Iowa. Meyen, Ralph, 1407 1st Ave., Sterling, Illinois. Meyer, Milton, Carnarvon, Iowa. Mick, Eunice, 1514 Wisconsin Ave., Boscobel, Wlsc. Millen, Dudley, 20 W. 17th Ave., Gary, Indiana. Miller, Gordon, 1627 S. 10th Ave., Maywood, Illinois. Mills, Maxine, Maplewood Farm, Coggon, Iowa. Minton, Dorothy, 2807 Elizabeth Ave., Zion, Illinois. Moffit, William, R.R. 4, Aledo, Ill. Moldestad, Gustav, 15 Brookfield Pl., Babylon, N. Y. Morris, June. 1534 South Bluff, Clinton, Iowa. Muir. Mrs. Ethel, 9 Emerson St., East Orange, N. J. Mullady, Constance, 121215, Elm St., Dubuque, Iowa. Muna, Nadeem, 7614 Forest Preserve Drlve, Chicago, Ill Nelson, Dolores, Fort Dodge, Ia. Nelson, Mervin, Center Grove, Iowa. Nordenson, Craig, 120 Cherokee Dr., Dubuque, Iowa. Nordenson, Gary, 120 Cherokee Dr., Dubuque, Iowa. Norman, Marguerite, R.R. 2, Prairie Rd., Rockford, Ill. North, C. Felix, Arlington, Iowa. North, Joan, Arlington, Iowa. North, John, Harbert, Mich. North, Margaret, Arlington, Iowa. Norton, Anna, 520 Stewart St., Dubuque, Iowa. Oak, Naomi, Taylor Ridge, Ill. Oatey, William, 1554 Parkway, Dubuque, Ia. O'Brien, Jeanne, 6128 Roosevelt Rd., Oak Park, Illinois. O'Brien, Robert, 1258 Main St., Dubuque, Iowa. Odermann, Rex, 132 N. Jniper, Fontana, Calif. Olson, Joan, 3634 Dupont, N. Minneapolis, Minn. Olson, William, 414 Main St., Dubuque, Iowa. Ortell, Edward, R.R. 2, Maquoketa. Ia. Osborne, Carolyn, Alexander, N. C. Palmer, Helen, 402 Worcester St., Waukon, Iowa. Pedersen, Olaf, 1692 W. Third St., Dubuque, Iowa. Petrakis, Gus, 1885 St. Joseph St., Dubuque, Iowa. Peyton, Ellen, Winthrop, Iowa. Pfeifer, Ruth, Wuppertal, Germany. Pfundstein, Viletta, Chadwick, Illinois. Phipps, Robert, University of Dubuque. Pierce, Donald, Stockton, Illinois. Plimpton, Ralph, Mt. Hope, Wisc. Ploen, Cleo, 914 N. 3rd St., Clinton, Iowa. Plummer, Joanne, 1700 Avoca St., Dubuque. Iowa. Plummer, Ronald, 1700 Avoca St., Dubuque, Iowa. Poole, Jerry, Rockford, Ill. Preston, Faye. 1575 No. Algona. Dubuque, Iowa. Preston, Richard, 1575 No. Algona, Dubuque, Iowa. Puls, C. H., 2109 Heeb St., Dubuque, Iowa. Purcell, Robert, Anamosa, Iowa. Quick, Josephine, Montfort, Wisc. Ramella, Ernest. Upper Darby, Pa. Ramsey, Boyd, Adair, Iowa. Ratliff, Dan, Greeley, Colo. Reiners, John, Corona, South Dakota. Reis, Gene, 423 S. Poplar, Kankakee, Ill. Remaly, Earl, Mineral Point, Wisconsin. NAME ADDRESS Remaly, John. Mineral Point. Wisconsin. Remer. James. 1516 N. Howell, Davenport, Iowa. Remer, Kenneth, 1516 N. Howell, Davenport, Iowa. Reth. Melvin, Delhi, Iowa. Rlcheson, Edward, 904 Davis Ave., Dubuque, Iowa. Riggs. Bernard. 305 Kaufmann Ave., Dubuque. Iowa. Rittenhouse. Beth, 8620 Wallace, Chicago, Ill. Roak, Kenneth. O8 N. Roslyn, Westmont, Ill. Rockwell, Darlene, 6515 N. Clark, Chicago, Ill. Roll, Joyce, DeWitt, Iowa. Ross, Thomas. 21 Olmstead Pl., E. Norwalk, Conn. Rothweiler, Ida, 256 W. Strawberry, Lancaster, Penn. Rypkema, Betty, George, Iowa. - Sandman, Dwight, 210 N. Elm St., Barrington, Ill. Sass, John, 2221 Francis St.. Dubuque, Iowa. Schaal, George. U. of D.. Dubuque, Iowa. Schafer. Carlisle, Bloomington, Wis. Scharlepp, Paul, 604 10th St.. Sibley, Iowa. Schaver. JoAnn. East Dubuque, Ill. Schavone, Tony. 704 S. Austin, Oak Park, Ill. Scheele, Arthur. Scales Mound, Ill. Scheppele, Shirley, 290 N. Algona, Dubuque, Iowa. Schetgen, Russell, 2133 Chaney Rd., Dubuque, Iowa. Schiel, Donald, 300 E. Butler, Manchester, Iowa. Schisewski, Barbara, 14416 Park Ave., Dolton, Ill. Schlafer, Ralph, Stockton, Ill. Schrader. Lila. Guttenburg, Iowa. Schulz, Dale, 610 Lincoln Ave., Dubuque, Iowa. Schumacher, Dee, Naperville, Iowa. Schumacher, Ray, Naperville, Iowa. Schwenneker, Don, 800 Auburn, Dubuque. Iowa. Seibert, Aldonn. Greeley, Iowa. Selensky, Charles, 2480 Hillcrest. Dubuque, Iowa. Selmar Selmar Selway Shaffer Shields, Shlndo, John, Greeley, Colo. Lois, Greeley, Colo. Richard. Buffalo, Minn. Richard, 820 Mt. Loretta, Dubuque, Iowa. John, 1625 N. 2nd St.. Clinton, Iowa. Kokki, 38 Hoover Annex. Seabrook, N. J. Shorten, Jean, 1461 University, Bronx 52, N. Y. Siedschlag, Joan, Warren, Ill. Siege, John. 1825 Bennett St., Dubuque, Iowa. Sinning, Norval, 1925 Main St., Cedar Falls, Iowa. Smith, David, 624 W. Jefferson. Naperville, Ill. Smith. Gerald. 1218 Hinsdale Ave., Beloit, Wisc. Smith. Florence, Freeport, Ill. Srnlth, Lois. Marlon, South Dakota. Smith. Ronald. 547 4th Ave. So., Clinton, Iowa. Sonksen, Leon, Holland, Iowa. Sorensen, Anna, 1935 Wellington Ave., Chicago, Ill. Spadanuta, Andrew, 3 No. Yorktown St., Oceanside. N. Stadel. Glynn, Elizabeth, Ill. Stamm, Wayne, U. of D., Dubuque, Iowa. Steele, Jim, 201 W. Shore Dr., Massapegua, N. Y. Steever, Calvin. Lennox, South Dakota. Stein, Harold. 117 Charles, Plano, Ill. Stevens, Ingrid, 1889 Hale St., Dubuque. Ia. Stewart, Ronald, 1447 Wood St., Crete, Ill. Stimson. Carol. 601 Fifth Ave., Marion, Iowa. Stoltz, Betty, 3055 Lemon St., Dubuque, Iowa. Stonskas, Pearl, 2200 Stafford Ave., Dubuque, Iowa. Stonskas, Robert, 2200 Stafford Ave., Dubuque, Ia. Stovall, Rita, 1034 University Ave., Dubuque, Ia. Straatmeyer, Alvin, Lennox, South Dakota. Strouse, Jack, 342 Maple Ave., Downers Grove, Ill. Stuart, Carl. Utica. Ill. Stuessy, Lois, 1322 17th Ave.. Monroe, Wise. Strutt, Joanne, Dodgeville, Wis. Sull, Won Shik, Korea. Sullivan, Janet, 641 W. 11th St., Dubuque, Iowa. Sullivan, Richard. 641 W. 11th St., Dubuque, Iowa. Sundstedt, John, 5103 Illinois St., Loves Park, Ill. Sunnesen, Gloria, 572 So. Lombard, Oak Park, Ill. Swain, Donald. 3812 Flora Pl., St. Louis, Mo. Swanson, Betty, Madison, South Dakota. Swanson. Robert, Epworth, Iowa. Sweany, Betty, 2905 Asbury Rd., Dubuque, Iowa. Y Talley. Helen, East Dubuque. Ill. Talley, Wayne. 500 Montgomery St., East Dubuque, Ill. NAME ADDRESS Tammen, Wllllam, Bridgewater, South Dakota. Tasker, James, Wyoming, Iowa. Taylor, David, 705 Rose. Dubuque, Iowa. Taylor, Douglas, Dubuque, Iowa. Taylor, Thomas, Dubuque, Iowa. Thaden, Marianne, Ackley, Iowa. Thalman, Betty, Curtisvllle, Pa. Thomas, Garth, Strawberry Polnt, Iowa. Thomas, John, 860 N. State St., Chicago, Ill. Thompson, John, 527 W. Atlantic St., Nevada, Mo. Thompson, Mary, Scales Mound, Iowa. Thrush, Doris, 5028 Roosevelt Way, Seattle, Wash. Tindrell, Phllllp, 343 W. St. Paul St., Perry, Iowa. Tracey, Vietor, Savanna, Illinois. Trujillo, Lucille, Taos, New Mexico. Turney, Bonna, 6531 18 NF, Seattle, Wash. Ulbrich, Elizabeth, 1208 Dodge St., Dubuque, Iowa. Unsen, Eulalia, 102575 Bluff St., Dubuque, Iowa. Vandenberg, J'Neane, 1805 Madison Hill, Dubuque, Iowa. Vanderlippe, Beverly, 303 Valerla St., Dubuque, Iowa. Van Drie, John, Ocheyedan, Iowa. Vaughan, Charles, 702 Merrill Ave., Loves Park, Ill. Velsor, Helen, Hamilton Ave., Brentwood, N. Y. Virtue, William, Franklin St.. Galena, Ill. Virtue, Ida, 407 Broadway, Galena, Ill. Vivian, Ross, 305 S. Lynn St., Dodgevllle, Wisc. Volentlne, Richard, 302 W. 7th St., Aledo, Ill. Walker, Charles, Strongs, Mich. Wang, Tennyson, YMCA Kunmlng, Yunnan, China. eminar NAME HOME ADDRESS Ackman, Keith W., Edgewood, Iowa. Anderson, William D., Duluth, Minnesota. Bahadfng, Jang. Mission House, Shasakpur Panjalo, Pak- s an. . Balley, Robert, 663 Elm St., Bridgeville, Pennsylvania. Barnhart, George, Gallatin, Missouri. Baxter, Stuart, Roxbury, Kansas. Bishop, George, P.O. Box 204, Essex, Iowa. Boehl e, Robert, Winthrop, Minnesota. Bosman, Andrew, Dakota, Illinois. Brassard, LaVern. Lincoln, Iowa. Brewer, Charles, Ryan, Iowa. Brown. Norman, R.R. 1, Coal City, Illinois. Buse, George, 275 N. Grandview, Dubuque, Iowa. Conrad. Lewis, Kent, Iowa. Darrell, III, Purnell, 812 Church Lane, Yeadon, Pa. Dieken, Glenn. Parkersburg, Iowa. Dillow, Ted, Byron, Illinois. Duncan, Kenneth, Bowling Green, Ohio. Duncan, Robert, 5731 N. Harvard St., Portland 3, Oregon. Edwards, Ray, R.R. 2, Tipton, Iowa. Ekkens, Alfred, Shellsburg, Iowa. Emery, Richard, Hudson, Iowa. Evans, Richard, Cambria, Wisconsin. Faison, Bert, 3:29 Seminary Heights, University of Dubuque. Ferris, Duane, Steamboat Rock, Iowa. Fllnk, Norman, Lake View, Iowa. Fowler, Norman. Pardeeville, Wisconsin. Frerichs, John, Dubuque, Iowa. Gregory, Donald, 5720 37th N.E., Seattle, Wash. Grupp, Robert, P.O. Box 286, Cuba City, Wls. Haarug, Donald. R.R. 2. Earlville, Iowa. Hall, ouffgas, R.R. 2, Anamosa, Iowa. Harbour, onald, Chatfield. Minnesota. Hart. Covell, Lancaster, Wisconsin. - Hendricks, Charles, 32 Seminary Heights, University of Dubuque. Hlgbee, Neil, Buffalo Prairie. Illinois. Hlnman, Robert. 2017 University St., Granger, Mo. Howard, Hillard, Scales Mound, Illinois. A Janssen, Marvin, Avon, South Dakota. Jarvis, Dwight, Bloomington, Wisc. NAME ADDRESS Ward, Sally, 1761 Plymouth, Dubuque, Ia. Warner, Marjorie, 607 W. 17th St., Davenport, Iowa. Weaver, Jerry, Byron, Ill. Wells, Fred G., 4000 S. 112th St., Chicago 17, Ill. Wendel, Arthur, Lansing, Iowa. Weckhelser, LaVonne, Lena, Ill. West, Roger, Rock Island. Ill. Wheeler, Robert, 1581 3rd Ave., Marlon, Iowa. Whitmer, Gale, 129 Farfleld St., Barrington, Ill. Whittington, Clifton, 723 Wilson, Dubuque, Iowa. Wlchman, Jack, 200 S. Hough, Barrington, Ill. Wicklund, Robert, 1054 N. Mason Ave., Chicago, Ill. Williams, Delbert, Stockton, Ill. Williams. Willmlng, Robert, 1345 N. 10th St., Marion, Iowa. Charles, Springville, Iowa. Wilt, JoAnn, Thomson, Ill. Wimmer, Rose, 1616 Lincoln, Dubuque, Iowa. Winter, Francis, Wadena, Iowa. Winters. Maurice, Scales Mound, Ill. Wise, Allen, Kent, Ill. Wolfe, Geraldine, Morris Ave., Point Pleasant, N. J. Wolff, Gustave, 51 Bluff St., Dubuque, Iowa. Woodbury, Robert, 4829 N. Damen Ave., Chicago, Ill. Worrell, Charlotte, Bloomington, Wisc. Yiannias, Elaine, 1275 Mt. Pleasant, Dubuque, Iowa. Yoder, Barbara, Williamsburg, Iowa. Zamarrlpa, Isaiah, Turner, Kansas. Zeigler, Arnold, 1097 Main St.. Dubuque, Ia. Zelens, Boris, 1016 Langworthy Ave., Dubuque, Iowa Zimmerman, Robert, Goldfleld, Iowa. Zouncourldes, Sophie, 23-45 19th St., L. I. C. 5, N. Y. tudents NAME HOME ADDRESS Klnrade, Alvern, 412 S. Niagara, Maquoketa, Ia. Kirkpatrick, Eustice, 437 W. Adams St., Platteville, Wls. Klaver, Claude, Kamrar, Iowa. Krulthof, John, Center Junction, Iowa. Lee, Coy, 3300 Garfield, Wichita Falls, Tex. MacRae, Colin, University of Dubuque. McCand1ess, John. R.R. 5, Butler, Pennsylvania. Mansfield. Rollin, Albion, Nebraska. Mendel, Bruce, Severance Hall, Dubuque, Ia. Mlller, Gayle, R.R. 7, Butler, Pennsylvania. Minton. Earl, 2807 Elizabeth, Zion, Ill. Mohr, Robert, University' of Dubuque. Muir, David, 19 Volker ane, Livingston, N. J. Meyer, Robert, 1100 Randolph, Topeka, Kans. Newer, Roy, R.R. 1, Reynolds, Illinois. Nicholson, Wlllls, Andrew, Iowa. Niles, William, R.R. 2. Postvllle, Iowa. Nordvall, Kenneth, Duluth, Minnesota. Ojeda, Louis, 3859 So. Harvard Blvd., Los Angeles 37, Oursler, Wallace, Monmouth, Iowa. Parnell, Donald, 1421 N. Eugene, Topeka, Kans, Puls, William, University of Dubuque. Roth, Orville, Scales Mound, Illinois. Russell, Raymond, 103 E, 25th St., Dubuque, Ia. Seth, Floxd, R.R. 2, Grove Clty, Pa. Sigafus, lvin, R.R. 2, Warren, Illlnois. Siekmann, Eugene. Apllrizgton, Iowa. Smith. Donald. R.R. 1, reeport, Illinois. Stelnbron, Melvin, Ellsworth, 'Wlsconsin. Steiner, Royal. 3109 Lafayette, Fort Wayne, Ind. Stuart, Samuel, Utica, Illinois. Thaden, Robert, North Bend. Wisconsin. Thalman, August, P.O. Box 136, Curtlsville, Pa. Tratebas. Edmund, Quasqueton, Iowa. Turney, Kenneth, 324 7th St. S.W., Puyallup, Wash. Watkins, Donald, Sharpsburg. Iowa. Weir. Donald. Wlndom, Minnesota. Wendel. Robert. Delhi. Iowa. Wood, James, Clifton, Kansas. Young, Herbert, 3871 Tennyson Rd., Hayward. Cal. Zart, Harold, Hazel Green. Wisconsin. Calif QIIIOPIHHI Mrss Margaret Ischr Graduated rn 1950 Drowned August 19 50 Mr Cllfford Kruse Graduated m 1942 Dred July 1950 Lou1s Klng Graduated rn 1950 Mr Davld Burrell Graduated ln 1917 D1ed February 1950 Mrss Helen Raatama Cformer faculty mernberj D1ed suddenly July 1950 Mr Halsey Hanger CBoard of Trusteesj D1ed July 1950 Mnss Phyllxs Ihrcke Graduated 19 34 Died February 1951 I . Mr. ' ' Died suddenly August, 1950 f b F r 2,-fuyfh -Q Q 5 f - Vwf-.Vw- T--,.f . f, --- --g-'A -H-4 g OUR AD TISERS ' -A - b - ,..l I , DUBUQUE Qunurv MEATS DUBUQUE PACKING CO. DUBUQUE, IOWA .V -. 1 3 T DEPENDABLE, PAST ECONOMICAL, INEXPENSIVE ...for... COOKING, REFRIGERATION, WATER HEATING. HOME HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING THE KEY CITY GAS COMPANY I I UNIVERSITY INN TERRY BOURNIAS and STEVE SKARLIS 2117 UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE 475-W COMPLIMENTS OF MEADOW GOLD DAIRY PRODUCTS BEATRICE FOODS COMPANY 2167 CENTRAL AVENUE DUBUQUE IOWA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. DUBUQUE, IOWA ' DUBUQUE PRESBYTERIAN PRESS CUNIVERSITY BOOK STORE? Note Books Fountain Pens Stationery WRITE BETTER EXAMS BY USING BOOKS FROM I THE COLLEGE OUTLINE SERIES PETER J. SEIPPEL LUMBER CO. "IoWa's Greatest Lumber Yard" Dial 2 - 1801 - f o r - Everything in the Buildinq Line "One Block South of Julien Dubuque Bridge" Nothing Like Being Well Dressed To Give You Confidence In Public Life ' I F OR SMART CLOTHES P10 I-IEK BROTHER COMP!-KN X ff! ff. Kiziql fri MJ We l -.exif ts 'Q 2 N 'drvt ,ffl 2312... - "1 . 'St ..f.2'E.iQ3- ,-1 -' L r-,E ----1 11--i an - '- if "-3,191 1,,?g,3 f . 'vii 4 ,v ae gm '55 5. P151 -H.t '..k1 511113 ng Si, -:Eng ez: T1-Q, I '-ea? ' I Lge . Ng 4-3 ,Q EE -E ji P12512 Q2 iii-1.-' if ' cg :E JE Z W "- "FF Z' ' . , i get 'f es ee E13 -mesa? 5 Q 1- 5, --57. -' ya y -V ww-N' I -- -- L-. Q A. ,tilt im 3 Mi ' QQQIIIE Ititlxnmhnmtmmqzm-mana 1 , , . E ' 1 . 5, f . 3 , . . , -'rv fi If, 1 :AL E2 W iw EE tm 5236.1 fn, f y t Ee' " "Tt"5'H5iaEn"5i..m, mm f-'L' "" ' 2' Uv " ' N5 ... I "Iv -In-1 il E---w 2-1 I v- :: iii . nt -ft H .. '-: .J Vtml V nm I. tnnnnn 'Ii m ' ui, ,E5,:.1, is nl , 3, " if w .at ld H' le , , 'ix ' f' -2 '- f' -' - -- . e:.' ' '. f 'ffm U ,i vii' ' - -awggztg-5'1i"'5'4rlf'.:i'fi'FX',g, -Tiff 1 tw '- , 6 ,, ' args ' ' 0 Y w mit f-A 2 we f -. W 5 1'-1.1" I ' DUBUQUE Locust Street from Seventh to Eighth Avenue Since its very beginning, in 1894, this store has always sought the best for its clientele and has maintained a policy of satisfactory service to all. The inward urge, each year, to make it better and of more service to the community has resulted in the up- building of a great retail institution-one which is conceded as being the largest department store in Iowa. Diligence, perseverance and straightforwardness count equally as well in business as in school life. arzzer J' ed in 2 Studio Cecelia M. Gehrig Insurance Agency Auto -- Fire - Life -- Accident Associates: 205 B. -as 1. BLDG. DUBUQUE, 1owA Robert Gehfig Clem Kelly 405 Stampfer Bldg. Dial 2-1520 1 9 5 1 K E Y Photographers DUBUQUE, IOWA Compliments of Glzrisfemelz forisf 2635 Windsor Phone 1464 TEGELER'S encanvnnc comm nw ffm NASH SALES - SERVICE !. ouauque, Iowa 23rd and Central Phone 405 Serving the Graphic Arts Industry of Dubuque- land for the past 23 years we are ever conscious of our responsibility. A small compact plant, staffed with experienced craftsmen and equipped with all modem precision equipment. We are at your service at all times. "Better Plates for Better Printing" "If It's Sporting Goods -We Have It" V BOB ZEHENTNEITS SPORTING GOODS CO. 1572 Central Avenue Telephone 1210 ASK EOR CERTIFIED SAHARA CO AL The "Bestest" For the "Leastest" IUST CALL 50 - 50 AND OUR COAL DEPARTMENT WILL DO THE REST MIDWEST - COMPLIMENTS OF - A. Y. MCDONALD MFG. CO. 350 DODGE STREET DUBUQUE, IOWA Manufacturers and Distributors -f.. PLUMBING, HEATING, BUILDING AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES LUMBER CO. PHONE so-so EST-1856 KRETSCHMER INSURANCE AGENCY ALL KINDS of Insurance -- Real Estate - 7 02 ROSHEK BLDG, Rentals - Surety Bonds PHONE 139 DUBUQUE BANK id TRUST CO. DUBUQUE, IOWA Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation HOLSCHER'S APOTI-IECARY ETHICAL PHARMACISTS 1101-1113 MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 1020 COMPLIMENTS OF OHLSEN'S CITY SERVICE UNIVERSITY AND ASBURY PHONE 2269 I' t REACH FOR . . SUNBEAM BREAD TRAUSCH BAKING CO. THE. TELEGRAPH-HERALD Northeastern IoWct's Greatest Newspaper Commercial Printers and Publishers "Une Piece 01' a Carloadu SPAHN 8: ROSE LUMBER CO. PHONE 1033 Jackson at Eleventh DUBUQUE, IOWA BARKER'S SHOE STORE Exclusive Ladies Footwear 823 MAIN STREET GRANDVIEW SUPER SERVICE KEN SIEEKER GRANDVIEW AVE. and DELHI ST. YOUR FRIENDLY MOBILGAS DEALER FOR ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS . . . STURDY CONSTRUCTION FINE WORKMANSHIP . . . INSIST ON BILT-WELL WOODWOBK MANUFACTURED BY CARR, ADAMS fd COLLIER CO. DUBUQUE, IOWA B I LT WELL i M uc, u, S. rn. on THE HOERMANN PRESS FIFTH AND MAIN STS. DUBUQUELIOWA 7'z4ch3f!6awal3y 76716 painting CALLING CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS STATIONERY PHONES 605-606 AMERICAN TRUST '43 SAVINGS BANK DUBUQUE, IOWA Organized 1905 Incorporated 1912 Member of Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation CONLON CONSTRUCTION CO. DUBUOUE, IOWA -And- ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA BECKER-HAZLETON CO. SERVING THE COMMUNITY SINCE 1888 CHINA, GLASS, POTTERY INSTITUTION WARE 280-284 Iowa Street ualitybil WOODWORK "DE LUXE" KITCHEN UNITS "UNIPAK" WOOD CASEMENTS "UNI-ROLL" OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS GLIDE-AWAY STAIRS SASH - DOORS - FRAMES - BLINDS FARLEY Z5 LOETSCI-IER MFG. CO. DUBUQUE IOWA DUBUQUE, IOWA - COMPLIMENTS OF - HART IMPLEMENT CO. WILLY CONSTRUCTION CO. Iohn Deere :: De Lcrvcxl Soles and Service PHONE 2287 420 S. LOCUST ST. Dubuque, Iowa 2160 CENTRAL AVENUE TELEPHONE 115 No Matter Where You Are or Where You Wish to Travel via AIR or LAND or SEA, we can serve you DUBUQUE TRAVEL BUREAU 551 MAIN ST. PHONE 4799 Downtown Ticket Office MID-CONTINENT AIRLINES W. D. DECKERT COMPANY JOBBERSOF MILL SUPPLIES PLUMBING GOODS HEATING EQUIPMENT 898 CENTRAL AVENUE PHONE 8460 DUBUQUE, IOWA WESTERN GROCER A DIVISION OF CONSOLIDATED GROCER CORP. CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE IACK SPRAT FOODS METZ MFG. CO. DUBUQUE. IOWA FRAMES - SASH - DOORS CABINET WORK - SCREENS STAIR WORK cmd INTERIOR FINISH - COMPLIMENTS OF - ED. GRAHAM Style Store for Men 888 MAIN STREET PHONE 277 fm WMJWHJW-I SPORTSWEAR - PAJAMAS SPECIALTY SHIRTS YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN - ASSOCIATION Welcomes Students SPORTS - CLUBS - HOBBIES SOCIAL CENTER Opportunities for Christian Service Rooms available for parties, dinners, meetings BUILDING NINTH and IOWA PHONE 6 COLMPLIMENTS of H. TRENKLE CO. The Home Of'Fir1e Sausage DUBUQUE, IOWA I DUBUQUE LUMBER 'id NEWHOUSE PAPER COMPANY COAL CO. ,, I ,, B E T 'I E P A The Tullys PRINTING - WRAPPING cmd SANITARY PHONE 400 EAGLE POINT I P A P E R S FUEL OH' 136 MAIN STREET America's Largest and Finest Low Priced Car iii- ,- ZQ'!EYL1L0,LLE BIRD CHEVROLET CO. Dubuque, IOWCI COATEs INSURANCE A AGENCY Insurance of A11 Kinds 'I 51 , 822 ROSHEK BLDG. PHONE 1209 -- COMPLIMENTS OF - E G E L H O F F u n e r a 1 H O m e L. E. EGELHOP OSCAR G. HUEBSCH CHARLES L. EGELHOF DUBUOUE IOWA FIRST "NATIONAL BANK Iowa's Oldest National Bank SERVICE cmd SAFETY Since '64 HENSCHELROOFINCAND FISCHERQCOMPANY Established 1856 When You Own YOuriOwn Home . . . FISIHEH ' Think of Us For M ROOFING, SIDING, INSULATION FURNACES, SHEET METAL Ice -:- Coal -2- Fuel Oil 345 MAIN STREET DUBUQUE PHONE 124 "COMFORTABLE HEATING FUELS" AL HENSCHEL PHONE 2373 , II- . l 6'Lf'H R, 5 ' COMPLIMENTS OF SOMMERFELD'S S H O E S SANITONE CLEANERS For the Entire Family I - 668 IOWA STREET 765 MAIN DUBUQUE I DUBUQUE, IOWA TELEPHONE 1776 ROEI-IL-PHILLIPS FURNITURE COMPANY -FORT 131 E to R W A R D INSURANCE AGENCY FIRE - AUTO - BONDS WEST SEVENTH PHONE 989 Fm Furniture VINCENT'S FOOD MARKET 576-584 MAIN STREET QUALITY MEATS and GROCERIES ' ICE CREAM - CIGARETTES DUBUQUE I IOWA FROZEN FOODS 1875 University We Deliver Phone 666 CLARK C. E CODY Co. Transfer and Storage OFFICE SUPPLIES -across the street -across the con t y 960 MAIN STREET - See Our - NEW FURNITURE DEPT. F A L K E N H A I N E R DRUG COMPANY One block West of the University ,Drive Q Mile cmd Saveff Registered Pharmacist on duty at all times PHONE 179 2197 UNIVERSITY AVE. 1097 University Avenue Phone 562 DUBUQUE MATTRESS QQ, I . ACE RADIO SERVICE "We cfm Mcmufqcfufe of HOME cmd AUTO RADIO REPAIR Rebuild a Mattress for You" 180 MAIN STREET 240 WEST FIRST PHONE 7066 E. M. JAECER Hg12MfQ'HIjIE2T1Z23,S M A HARDWARE CO P NY HOME FURNISHINGS 622 MAIN STREET EVERYTHING BEST FOR THE HOME PHONE 657 DUBUQUE 545 MAIN STREET DUBUQUE COMPLIMENTS OF SEARS ROEBUCK I5 CO. 520 MAIN PHONE 2330 HOLSUM BAKERY A I w a y S SUCH GOOD BAKED GOODS KIES 25 BUTLER IEWELERS 972 MAIN ST. DUBUQUE IOWA THE RED PAGODA Chinese-American Food CI-IOW MEIN CANTONESE Dinner - Lunch - Snack 206 WEST 3rd ST. G O 0 D M A N ' S COMPLIMENTS OF ,EWELERS PARBER BSONS FRUITS and VEGETABLES 704 MAIN STREET DUBUQUE FROZEN FOODS Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, SEFUIC9 of Qualify 64 MAIN STREET PHONES: 1679 or 8728 COMPLIMENTS OF DR. PEPPER BOWLING LANES CLUB 880 LOCUST STREET Finest Bowling Lanes in The Midwest CURTIS-STRAUB CO. Dubuque's Leading PLUMBERS and HEAT CONTRACTORS TELEPHONE 13 8 8 1072 LOCUST DUBUQUE, IOWA R E N I E R' S 531 MAIN STREET Radios . . . Pianos . . . Instruments KRETSCHMER-TREDWAY CO. DUEUQUE, IOWA WHOLESALE BEALL'S BARBER SHOP 940 MAIN COME IN AND GET TRIMMED BY EXPERTS EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY AT TRIANGLE CAPE and SODA FOUNTAIN "The Place Where Eats Taste Best" G U 1 N T A B R O S . - WHOLESALE - FRESH FRUITS - VEGETABLES and GROCERIES 1248-1256 IOWA STREET MOLO OIL COMPANY S 1 N C L A I R PLUMBING HEATING HARDWARE SUPER SERVICE STATIONS W I L B E R D I N G D E L I-I I C A F E CLEANERS 1725 DELHI PHONE 1121 PHONE 447 449 MAIN STREET F03 CLOTHES YQU L1KE-TRY , , , Original - Artistic - Reasonable FUI-IRMAN'S HALTENHOFEVS CLOTHING - HATS - SHOES Fof Flowers Corner Ninth and Central Avenue 1081 MAIN ST. PHONE 2691 LANGHS CLEANING CO, Dubuque's Finest Shoe Repairing CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS WHITEY'S SHOE SHOP 253 E1GHTH AVENUE Telephone 508 1108 Iowa Street 3 Doors East of Locust Street COMPLIMENTS OF MYERS-COX COMPANY KLAUER OPTICAL COMPANY DESIGNERS OF FINE EYEWEAR 401 AMERICAN TRUST BLDG. PHONE 566 DUBUQUE COMPLIMENTS OF H U M K E B A K E R Y POTTERVELD DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTIONS cmd DRUG SUNDRIES 1687 DELHI COMPLIMENTS OF KARIGAN'S RESTAURANTS MCCAULEY PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS 720 MAIN STREET 401 CENTRAL AVENUE DUBUQUE, IOWA 1040 UNIVERSITY AVE. TELEPHONE 426 Diamonds :-: Watches -:- Jewelry T O R B E R T SIBBING S JEWELRY DRUG CO' EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING 835 MAIN STREET DUBUQUE DUBUQUE IOWA COMPLIMENTS OF WATCH YOURSELF BOE DISTRIBUTING COMPANY THEIIXIQZQIFE VV'ho1esa1e Radio and Television Supplies 498 N. GRANDVIEW NURRE MIRROR COMPLIMENTS OF J. J. BEHR IMPLEMENT CO.. SMITH'S PINER FOODS MEATS and GROCERIES OF QUALITY 15 South Main Street Phones: 1266 - 1265 2239 University Ave. International Harvester Refrigeration Dubuque. Iowa KETOFF ICE CREAM CO. The Home of Quality Ice Cream 1106 UNIVERSITY AVENUE TELEPHONE 5175 GEORGE KETOFF COMPLIMENTS of UNION BUS DEPOT DUBUQUE, IOWA 301 Main Phone 5219 COMPLIMENTS OF HOLLAND FURNACE COMPANY 190 MAIN STREET PHONE 1925 DUBUQUE LAUNDRY We Specialize in LAUNDERING MEN'S SHIRTS PHONE 4331 461 Eighth Avenue Dubuque, Iowa BELSKY MOTOR CO. Goodyear Tires Buick - Cadillac Cars G. M. C. Trucks Exide Batteries J M GJ , 8th Ave., Iowa to Central Dubuque a ywa Gull Compliments of LORENZ LAUNDRY 6. DRY CLEANERS 19th and Jackson Sts. 500 Main sr. 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