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'i 4 , V1 fi. .. ,I -- .-:: ' - I I . I 'tel .- THX lil G QUR WHY UL During the last few years of economic stress, college students perhaps more than anyone else, have turned to the vicarious method of experiencing things-that way, which, without the wishful thinking process involved, would have been impossible. The foundations of our new Men's Hall had just such a beginning. For a number of sessions of college life, students had thought of the adequate housing facilities which a new Men's Hall would provide. Finally when the president's o. k. opened the way to negotiate the plans for the new building, there were still many obstacles to be overcome. Suitable architectural plans had to be secured and sub- mitted, innumerable committee meetings and many ap- provals had to be arranged before the first shovelful of virgin soil was turned. Then came the cornerstone and a ceremony that in- dicated that things really were being done. All last year, students and faculty members alike, watched our stately new Men's Hall take on the delicacy of outline, exquisite color, and harmony of proportion that today arouses our pleasurable emotions. Workmen hurried to put on the finishing touches so that the building would be ready for occupancy when school opened last fall. The lawn was smoothed and the last bit of debris cleared away. The metallic furniture was assembled and arranged in the cozy, well-lighted rooms that were to be the homes of 126 men for a whole year. Page 4 Then-just as soon as the men were all settled and the homey air of the towns from which they came had been blended to form the atmosphere of genuine friendli- ness which prevails at lvlen's Hall, several members of the state board of education and other state notables came to Kearney to accept formally and to dedicate Men's Hall to the "service of the students of the State Teachers Col- lege at Kearney." "Mother" Mathews held open house all day and the public was invited to inspect the accommo- dations and admire the beauty of the modernistic color and design of the new hall. And so the task was completed and everyone was actually able to experience the culmination of the months of work by architects and builders, the months of venture and constant effort of faculty and administration, and the many months of eager anticipation of busy, happy Kear- ney students. Someone has wisely said, "As students come and go personalities are soon forgotten, but the principles and policies set in motion by great minds live on forever." Perhaps our new Men's Hall will not live on forever in the physical sense but the friendships, pleasures, and gen- uine good will of Men's Hall-a by-product of the wishful thinking ot students, faculty, and administration will en- dure and serve for many years. -Gordon Brooks. DREP-Nts will .. 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' M X , 'V' 1" V . . , .L The newest, most beautiful and modern building on our campus, the Me-n's Hall, has aided materially in bringing about a closer relationship and in mold- ing more versatile personalities among the men of the college. 4' , Much of the success of the hall may be attributed to Mrs. Ruby Mathews, capable and beloved house mother, who during the year, has found a Warm spot in the heart of every student. Her friendly smile, her Words of encouragement, and her warm and generous personality, have been a source of inspiration to all "her boys." xi Page 7 'ii' t ,:, 7 1 ,I ,WL if lt Not only are We proud oi our new Merfs Hall, but we look with pleasure at our athletic field which was opened for use last fall. Before our vision comes a picture of the important part it will play in the lite of the colleqe in the years that are to come, and we are indeed grateful for the perseverinq efforts of a progressive faculty and state board of education. 1, w 1 in l 4 l t 1 I 4 t 1 1 l 1 L Page 8' - l l Af t . ,I .ltlll t fit xg 1 ,nl H ,Q-Kqy ' ' 0 , '- 'M--wg'-.-...,. ...QE . -' ,Q ,L J,-.-:yu 2245 - wfl vu ,fi Eg Qi 5 XS, WA i MME, Meg. 4. was Wi-lv-:R 2 l fi le 5 335.523 .Aw Q. 4-Rig-swwx sem W fury , w V- 1 'w E B B ' 'r 1 ., ' N N his-W'-r A I H, qw. , .H .ew 1-is na,-D E V lg ,E- .x,,. ,' - 'va .-, .qi Q H wwf? Jw NYC Y J 5 'v Q s. ,W BL A 'SY'-at, Q 1 hx E ,H HV" .zq,,'1!l. , , W 'J 1 1 E E . 1 M . 4 i If N f w . '- fe Q' ff, is :mama qgfqarg mf mit? ' 1' . sqm mf' E 5,35 wi -,ig 4-, ' it-'lf fl lv J lam an L . -Al If -- " , F My ' l SY if Q fm W H' ' 9. , -X, . , 1. 2 12 fa 1' , 1 W -sg ffufwlifiif , .my I- M, 3 as mwmw 5,,.,M.m ,W ma " Knit. wmv.: W 'M' 1 - gi, EEE.: Wfij"M' li www exif W1 . 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I 0 I V ig v X.. .Y , J., A v Y I mam sms 'Z' l 1 ,, 5. f il' l V ii' I1 ',-..J . fl' Students come and go, while the men and Women ot the administra- tion and faculty strive unceasingly to improve the institution. Nor have their strivings been in vain, for on all sides We see tangible evidence ot their persevering ettorts-a new Men's Hall, a well-planned athletic field, an unusual course in radio broadcasting, improvements in the library, and in other departments ot the school. Not so obvious per- haps, but iust as much lelt, was the raising ot scholastic standards. The students ol our college can be justly proud ol the administrators and faculty they have to guide them. . . While getting ready for a faculty meeting, Miss Robinson and Mr. Dail of the language department glance through some German newspapers . . Page ll HERBERT L. UU III ll ". . . Senator Edward Burke and President Herbert Cushing leave the administration building where Mr. Burke had just spoken at con- vocation . . .' Someone, a student, once said, "If you don't like President Cushing it's your own fault." Well, a generality is a generality, but most students, seeing him swing through the halls, stopping to speak to them, or know- ing the manner in which he congratulates an athlete on a good play, have felt the warm glow of his friendship and his sincere interest in young people. He is the biggest man and the tallest man on the campus. Someone else once said that a person as large as he is doesn't have much to Worry about. Of course, we know that a college president always has some- thing to worry about, but the idea is that his broad shoulders seem more than adequate to carry the burden of the thousand-and-one problems to be found in any college. Prospective teachers who anticipate with fear their first week of teaching, might be relieved to know that as a gangling seventeen-year old boy out of high school, President Cushing experienced the same Page 12 feeling. Rumor has it that, though his rural school was only eighteen miles away. he didn't get home until Christ- mas. After being graduated from Grand Island College, President Cushing man- aged to find diversified positions: first, he was a newspaper man, then in turn, county superintendent, secretary of the Food, Drug, Dairy, and Oil Commission, deputy state superintendent, and last, colleqe president. Graduate work for the Master's de- gree Was taken at the University of Chicago, and at the University of Ne- braska. In l936, Nebraska Wesleyan University conferred on him the Doc- tor's degree. He likes to Writey he likes to sing, he likes to play golf: and he likes to read Robert Browning. All this and presi- dent, too, but, probably, he likes to be president best oi all. Page 13 ". . . President Cushing and Mrs. Ruby Mathews 'chat' at a faculty dinner held in September. . . . Antelope Editor, lean Sullivan and the editor and business manager of the Blue and Gold discuss publica- tions with President Cushing. . Calvin T. Ryan, English Ruth Kelly, English Dean G. Nichols, Speech Mildred M. Payne, Commerce Duriee Larson, Social Science Dorothy Williams, Secretary to President x..l-ifW"'iJ A Iennie Conrad, Social Science Donald E. Fox, Physical Science Minnie Larson, Art Mildred Hansen, Biology Blanche Skinner, Demonstration School Supervisor Carl L. Parker, Acting Dean oi Men ll Dr. Mary Morse and other faculty members at faculty reception in Page 14 the new dining hall. . ." Faculty members give a take-off' on 'Our Town' . . Harold Cemy, Music Alice M. Robinson, Dean of Women Currie E' Luddenl Bfojogy Olive Burcham, Secretary to Registrar C. A. Foster, Physical Science M' S' Pate' Maihematjcs Emma E. Hanthorn, Mathematics Mmcairiili' Placement Bureau Robert Thrall, Inclustrial Education Ethel M. Bousenl Commerce FIOY CCITTOHI LfbfUffUf1 Harold Dail, Modern Language Gavin L. Doughty, Music Mary L. Morse, Physical Science Page 15 Grace Mathews, Acting Bursar Lula E. Wirt, Education H. G. Stout, Education Gail Powell, Rural Education R. W. Powell, Rural Education Edith M. Smithey, Registrar Lyle E. Mantor, Social Science Eileen LYnch, Music W. Bruner, Biology Louise Adams, Demonstration School Supervisor Cecile L. Chambers, Demonstration School Supervisor L. F. Klein, Physical Education Bernice D. Dunlavy, Home Economics Louise Enochs, Home Economics A. E. Burke. Director ot Demonstration School I. D. Hansen, Speech Roland B. Welch, Commerce Richmond Davis, English Alta Berquist, School Nurse Harold Oakes, Physical Education Faye Colegrove, Physical Education Page 1 7 We Train ur Teachers . . A. O. Thomas School Custodian, Ray Lantz, hurries to his morning Work. . ." The teacher-training program at Nebraska state teachers college at Kearney conforms to the procedures followed in the best teach- er-training institutions. lt may be considered as involving three distinct areas-academic subject matter, theory courses, and practice. The first area of experiences is provided by the various subject-matter departments of the college: the theory area is provided for by courses in education, and the experiences of practice are the particular functions of the training schools. Two school systems now provide student teaching opportunity: name- ly, the campus school, and the Kearney pub- lic schools. The A. O. Thomas demonstration school, which is a campus school, provides teaching experience for elementary grades, kinder- garten through the eighth. The school serves two purposes-to provide student teaching and demonstration facilities, and to afford normal educational opportunity for elemen- tary pupils Who attend. The school does not follow the philosophy of the extreme liberal group as advocated by the Progressive Edu- cation Association, nor is it ultra-conserv- ative. As illustrative of the effort to enrich the program for elementary school children, Page 18 the A. O. Thomas school curriculum provides for activity work as follows: Physical education, grades ..... ........ l -8 Music and Art, grades ......,...,,............ l-8 Conversational French, grades .,,......... l-8 ' l-8 Shop work, grades ....,............,.............. Home Economics, grades ..................,. 5-8 Visual education plays a prominent part in the program. One room is fitted with cur- tains tor excluding light when the sound equipment is used. A balopticon, property of the school, is also used quite largely for throwing pictures from books on the screen. A daylight lantern with slides is used in all the various rooms. Maps and globes are available and much used. Appropriate pic- tures and statuary are on display in all rooms and corridors. The largest room of the building is used for the school library and contains some three thousand volumes. The program of teaching at the Thomas school consists of four weeks directed ob- servation, four weeks participation, followed by ten weeks of directed teaching. In this way students are gradually inducted into the teaching process. The college is greatly indebted to the Kear- ney public schools for the privilege of ob-- servation and cadetting inaugurated this year. Prospective secondary teachers are assigned, once each semester, to a class in one of the fields of specialization selected by the student teacher. The Kearney junior and senior high schools thus serve as a field in which young people may learn how modern public schools operate. College students ob- serve the activities ot all types of work, not only class routine, but home-rooms, extra- curricular, library, corridors, and all the varied experiences of a well organized, pro- gressive school system. The experience of the cadet begins with directed observation, and as rapidly as the candidate for teaching demonstrates his ability, he moves through participation into actual directed teaching. This results na- turally in variations in type of activity made available to different individuals, which is in accord with best educational procedure. A committee, composed of faculty mem- bers of the city schools, of the college, and student teachers, has developed a very in- teresting outline to be followed in observa- tion. Experience gained in observing and dealing with adolescents in a modern public school system such as Kearney, will prove most valuable to our prospective teachers. -A. E. Burke. ". . . Both pupils and teachers 'learn by doing' in the A. O. 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Students and faculty unite to aid progress and advance efforts in the work. A glance into the inner workings of such ac- tivities reveals a spirit of cooperation, rules based on representative govern- ment, and live groups functioning efiiciently and accurately. . . Antelope editor, lean Sullivan, and many others seem to be enjoying one of our Well-planned convocation programs . . ." Page 21 First Row: Miss Wirt, Mr. Olsen, P. Anderson, W. Bntie, F. Bennett, E. Berg, D. Best, J. Blakely, E. Burke, B. Codner. Second Row: R. Floyd, A. Frame, A. Frerichs, E. Hallgren, F. Hancock, W. Harder, V. Henline, R. Hofferi, D. jepsen, 1. Larson. Third Row: I. Larson, G. McGuire, L. Melvin, R. Nicholas, F. Onstat, N. Robertson, I. Sears, D. Sargent, E. Sar- gent, E. Sharrah. Fourth Row: E. Stenger, H. Stenger, L. Sutherland, M. Thornton, E. Whitnack, E. Whitney, C. Williamson, D. Woodman, H. Wyrick, E. Davis, E. Abernathy. Theifll SOOTZ Be Teaching How does a future teacher apply for a po- sition? This question was answered by means of a demonstration at the February meeting with Mr. A. E. Burke acting as the superintendent, and Eleanor Sargent as the applicant. At another meeting, Mr. Harold Dail, instructor in the language department, told of the schools in Germany. These were two oi the many interesting programs plan- ned by Dale Best oi Arnold, vice-president and program chairman. Dorothy Iepsen oi North Platte is presidentp Norma Robertson, secretaryp Elizabeth Whitnack, treasurer: and Frances Bennett is reporter. The outstand- ing social event oi the year is the dinner with the city and college N. E. A. Units. Miss Lula E. Wirt and Mr. Otto Olsen are sponsors. The George E. Martin chapter ot the F. T. A., junior unit of the N. E. A., was organized in Ianuary, 1939, and holds the first college chapter charter in Nebraska. Membership is limited to juniors and seniors who have scholarship average oi 2.5 or above. Red and Black are the national colors. Oi inter- est is the fact that this chapter was repre- sented at the N. E. A. convention at San Francisco last summer by a large poster which listed the aims, charter members, and the sponsors oi the club. This year the organization decided to maintain a library for its members, thus creating a new oitice-that oi librarian. ln- grid Larson now holds that position. Page 22 Catholics Promote Followsliqjz In contrast to many other organizations, the Catholic Club has its own room-a large, comfortable one on the third floor of the ad- ministration building-where students may gather and study amid quiet, away from the noise and clamor of passing classes. It meets twice each month. One meeting is devoted to the study of religiong the other to a social time. lt has for its purpose, "the promotion of fellowship and understanding among the students, and also the promotion of a better understanding of religion." Pa- ther Francis I. Tschida is the sponsor of the group, and Mr. Cerny is the faculty sponsor. l This year, the group cooperated with the Y.M. and Y.W. for the "Back to Religion Week," which was held during the first part of March. Local ministers spoke to the groups during the week, and many of them held conferences with the students. The annual Christmas party was held this year in the Club room, at which time the members exchanged gifts. This meeting was the outstanding social event of the year. This years' officers are: lames Manning, a senior from Merna, Nebraska, presidentp Helen Brosius, vice-presidenty Margaret Vosberg, secretary-treasurery and Virginia Evers, reporter. Page 23 Everyone remembers the Marshmallow Sing last fall, at least all freshmen should, tor it was held for them during that week- long ordeal commonly referred to as orien- tation week. The next event to occupy the attention of Y.W. members was the banquet held at the Swedish Lutheran Church. Other activities sponsored during the year include the Nativity during the Christmas season, the state Y.M. and Y.W, officers' training con- ference and the Sunrise Easter service, both held during March. Believing that "all work and no play makes lack a dull boy," the Y.W. maintains a room on the second floor ot the demonstra- tion building where girls meet to "talk about the weather." Occasionally it is possible to find some girl studying, while still others 'cat-nap' on the cots in the adjoining room. A Queen A Sing Restrictions are lifted on the use of the piano during the noon hour, and you'll hear- well, just listen sometime. This year, Ruth Nicholas, junior from Ma- son City, and president ot Y.W., was chosen queen ot the Christmas Festival. Merton Ekwall, sophomore from Madison and next year's Y.M. president, was chosen king. The proceeds from the festival are prorated among the students belonging to the Estes Co-op. These students go for a week during the summer to a retreat tucked away in Colorado's beautiful mountains at Estes Park, Colorado. Here they meet students from all over the nation, and have an opportunity to hear many noted speakers. Ruth Nicholas, Evelyn Hallgren and several others attended the conference as representatives ot the lo- cal group. Nt. Page 24 And Chimes 1 Y. M. C. A. continues to further the rela- tionship between young men, Christianity, and sane living. Guided by David Mary- mee, senior from Bladen, and by Elihu Berg, senior from Kearney, this organization has been very active on the campus during the entire school year. Frank Vanek has been treasurer for the year and Dean Sergeant, secretary. Merton Ekwall, program chairman, has been responsible for the interesting and worthwhile meetings held by the organiza- tion each Wednesday evening. The pro- grams have been varied and members have had the opportunity to hear inspirational talks by local ministers who are always ready and willing to cooperate with the "Y" in every way possible. At one meeting, Mr. Harold Dail of the modern language de- partment gave an interesting talk concern- ing the German affairs, and at another meeting, Mr. Gail McGee, Kearney high de- bate coach, discussed the European situation in his usual challenging manner. In contrast to the activities of the Y. W., the Y. M. has been active in promoting depu- Crafts Leisure - ..--.--i tation team worky that is, several ot the young men who compose the deputation team, which is headed by Robert Bell, make trips on Sunday to towns within a distance of one hundred miles of Kearney and conduct church services. Of particular interest this year was the con- vocation program which was sponsored by the Y. M. and Y. W., at which time Miss Molly Yard, secretary ot the Far Eastern Student Fund, spoke to the students on the topic, "Universities of China on the March." During the day, Miss Yard held conferences with students in the Y. W. room and dis- cussed with them all phases of the Chinese problems. The two organizations have also cooper- ated in promoting the Christmas Festival, the annual Nativity play, the "Back to Religion Week," the Easter Sunrise Service and the State Student Training Conference. Next year, the Y. M. will be headed by Merton Ekwall, popular junior from Madison, who was chosen Christmas King at this year's Christmas Festival. Page Z5 Cenference Pills Rabbits And Hats White robed doctors and nurses, sur- rounded by a group oi eager faced students, demonstrated the phenumo-thorax treatment of tuberculosis at the November meeting oi the Pre-Medic club held at the State Hospital. During the meeting, Dr. Albertson discussed the causes ot the disease and recent re- search concerning its treatment. Each year, local doctors and nurses speak to the club concerning the various phases oi medicine, the care oi the sick, and the treat- ment of disease. At one meeting, Dr. L. M. Stearns showed pictures of several opera- tions, among them, two films taken ot ap- pendicitis operations, at another, Dr. H. C. Hansen, eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist, spoke on the care and treatment of the eyes: and our college nurse, Mrs. Alta Berquist, R. N., spoke on nursing as a profession. ln March, the members of the organiza- tion assembled at the Good Samaritan Hos- pital and saw some interesting X-ray pic- tures and several rooms of the hospital. At one meeting, Miss Carrie E. Ludden, one of the sponsors, announced that of all iormer members oi this club who are now enrolled in medical schools, not one has tailed in his work. This is really something for which to be proud, because it shows that credits from this school are accepted in leading medical schools over the country. This year, a number of the members at- tended the State Pre-Medic day in Omaha. lames Manning of Merna is the Pre-Medic presidenty Elihu Berg, Kearney, vice-presi- dent, and "Woody" Meier, Oshkosh, secre- tary-treasurer. Mrs. Mildred Hansen is also a sponsor. Page 26 Organized in i932 at the request of the lo- cal chapter of Pi Omega Pi, national honor- ary commercial fraternity, the Tironian Club provides a departmental activity for all com- mercial students. Its purpose is to develop leadership and ability in its members for carrying on similar activities in a high school. The name of the club is derived from Tiro, Cicero's secretary and the first man re- corded to have taken dictation in shorthand. The Tironians have been very active on the campus this year under the sponsorship of Mr. Roland B. Welch. They adopted a new constitution and Ingrid Larson was chairman of the constitution committee. A favorite booth of students at the Christ- mas Festival was the Tironian dart throwing Tim Say: and popcorn concession. Willema Young and Clayton Morey were the c1ub's candi- dates for king and queen of this festival. The meetings of the organization were held in the Mens Hall once a month. One of the outstanding parties of the year was a roller skating party in February which caused many of the members to have stiff muscles for days afterwards. Because of the cold weather in Ianuary, the joint meeting of this club, and the Kear- ney high school commercial club, had to be postponed. Tironian Club officers this year are Al- berta Frerichs, president: Dallas Donaly, vice-presidentg Gerald Miller, secretary: and Lewis Mathews, treasurer. Page 27 t t C' 9 9 Writers Sincerity, Truth, and Design is the motto of Sigma Tau Delta and its purpose is "to promote interest in the reading and writing of good literature." The members read orig- inal essays, poems, stories, and sketches at each meeting. ln order to become a member oi this or- ganization, a student must have a high scholastic average, the ability to write, the desire to read good literature, and the unan- imous vote of the active members. Merely becoming a member of the organization does not conclude the activities oi the individual, for this is but the first of ten degrees that may be obtained. Only four of these de- grees, however, are open to undergraduates. Rising from a lower to a higher degree is ac- complished by having original material pub- lished in reputable magazines and newspa- pers. The National Headquarters are located at Wayne, Nebraska, and it is there that the National magazine, THE RECTANGLE, is published. Each year Xi Beta chapter sponsors the Freshman Essay contest, and awards the Sigma Tau Delta Medal to the freshman who writes the best familiar essay. The C. T. Ry- an Freshman Medal goes to the second place winner in the contests. These two essays, together with other original material submitted by college students, are published in THE ANTLER, a literary magazine which is sponsored by the local chapter of the or- ganization. Highlights of the year's meetings were the annual formal Christmas dinner held at the Men's Hall where Mr. Ryan spoke of the accomplishments of Sigma Tau Delta and Miss Crawford read original creative work: the second semester initiation held at the home of Miss Frances Hancock where Miss Ruth Kelly reviewed Edna Ferber's auto- biography, "A Peculiar Treasure," and Mar- jorie Swan became a member ot the organ- ization and then came the climax of the year's activities-an impressive meeting in May where Mr. and Mrs. Ryan and Zelda Ieanne entertained the members and spon- sors at breakfast at their home. Miss Bernice Grosh of Kearney has been the president of Sigma Tau Delta this year. UT' First Row: Mr. Ryan, Miss Crawford, Miss Kelly, Mrs. Davis, Mr. Davis, D. Best. Second Row: E. Bass, H. Devine, B. Grush, F. Hancock, D. Jepsen. A. Ludden. Third Row: N. Robertson, J. Sullivan, L. Sutherland. M. Swan, M. Thornton. Page 28 They Learn French First Row: Miss Hosic, T. Berg, E. Burke, L. Calhoun, V. Davis, L. Hanihorn. Second Row: D. Huffsxuner, L. Konecky, M. Lantz, J. Mallory, B. Martin, R. Nelson. Third Row: M. Spongberg, M. Thornton, D. Vanzanclt, F. Barge. If one were to visit a meeting of Le Cercle Francais, he might find the members active- ly engaged in some lively' French game such as "Qui Suis-le?", which is a French adaptation of "Who Am l'?", or maybe their own French version oi "Upset the Fruit Bas- ket." Although they may sound rather childish, it certainly challenges the begin- ner's knowledge when he is required to have a French word or sentence at the tip of his tongue so he may answer when called upon. The French Club, which meets the second Tuesday of each month, aims to further in- terest in the French language among begin- ning students, and to facilitate the use of that language. At several of the meetings, the students gave original skits, readings, and stories for the enjoyment of the other members. ln Ianuary, Dallas Donaly conducted a very clever meeting. Between spasms of laughter, the group harmonized on "Frere Iacquesf' "Clair de Lune," and "Alouette," and played several French games. The March meeting of Le Cercle Francais was held with the members of Beta Pi Theta, the national honorary French society which organized Le Cercle Francais several years ago. At this meeting the two groups enjoyed a film about Paris which Miss Alma Hosic, sponsor of both organizations, had secured. In keeping with the modern trend-that we must eat wherever we chance to go-Le Cercle Francais decrees that there shall be refreshments after each meeting. Page 29 Pi Iota chapter of Beta Pi Theta, a national honorary French fraternity, was organized in November, 1930, at Kearney, Nebraska, by Miss Louise Stone, a member of the National Council, for the purpose of furthering the cause of French culture, French literature, and the language itself, on our campus. The minimum scholarship in requirements for membership are set by the National Council, and, in addition to these, the candi- date must have full sophomore ranking and must receive the unanimous vote of the chapter. New members this year include: Elda Marie Drake, Charlene Hansen, Dale Henderson, Arthur Kennedy, lames Harding, Ruth Nicholas, lohn Ludden, and Florence Esther Williams. Each new member is re- quired to learn a French poem of at least sixteen lines and to write a French theme of five hundred words. During the initiation, which by the way was held on Halloween, the candidates were led down a flight of stairs by the aid of a gloved hand which turned out to be Addah lane Ludden's. Af- ter the formal initiation service, a business meeting was conducted by Elizabeth Whit- nack, president. Iulia De Young, an honor- ary member, led the group in a number of French songs. The hostess and sponsor, Miss Hosic, then served doughnuts and cider to her guests. Each spring the members of Beta Pi Theta publish a newspaper covering the events of the year. ln addition to this local paper, the members each year enter the national con- test which is sponsored by Beta Pi Theta. Last spring, Miss lulia De Young received a ring from the fraternity for having the high- est scholastic average and in recognition of some French plays she had written for chil- dren. Other officers for this year are: Ingrid Larson, Vice-presidenty George Mitchell, treasurer: Frances Bennett, recording secre- tary: and Addah lane Ludden, correspond- ing secretary. They Speak French Furs! Row' Miss Hosic, F. Bennett. E. Drake, C. Hansen, J. Hardillg, D. Hend Second Row: I. Larson, A. Ludden, J. Ludden. G. Mathews, G. Mitchell, R. Nicholas, E Wh tn ck Page 30 Butyl-rs Banquets Dramatics The pale moonlight crept through the trees and lighted the waters of Lake Kear- ney: silence broken only by the dip, dip, of a lone fisherman's oars. Such was the setting chosen by the Aspasians to present ribbons to their pledges. ln December, these pledges were formally initiated into the club at the home ot Frances Hancock. Decora- tions and refreshments were of pink and silver-colors of the organization. Sometime during each year, it is the cus- tom to study and present a playg this year the pledges were in charge of this activity, and at the November meeting they presented "Dish Towels" for the benefit of the actives. At Christmas time, Miss Ludden, sponsor oi the organization, invited the girls to her home for a book party.f Each girl came dressed representing a well-known book. Among those presented were: The Good Earth, Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, Re- becca of Sunnybrook Farm, A Lantern in Her Hand, Rin-Tin-Tin, two copies oz' the Blue and Gold, and Alice in Wonderland. Then along came leap year and the loss of a member. Edna Clark of Talmadge, Ne- braska was married on February twenty- fourth. ln keeping with the year's program, presi- dent Martha Yanney, and secretary, Ruth Dreyer, entertained at a Valentine Party in February. Other officers present at the meeting were Arlene Adee, vice-president, and Frances Hancock, treasurer. Climaxing the year's activities was the annual formal Spring Banquet, at which time, Miss Addah lane Ludden was recog- nized for her outstanding work as a member of the college debate team. Members not included in the picture are: Frances Bennett, Marjorie Hothem, Doris Lavery, Alvina Nowka, and Bernice Broch- trup. Page 31 Be Specific flffanf Kearney College's oldest campus organ- ization entered 1940 in a maze of math, mi- crobes and odors, as Academy ot Math and Science President, Harlan Wyrick, arranged versatile and unusual programs that would have had Ripley disbelieving the apparent. "Gosh," Mildred lMillyl Foreman would declare, watching ten inch sparks roar oii the million and a half volt electric generator that at one meeting lighted light bulbs ten ieet away without connecting wires, "that looks like magic to me." Not inobvious to spring, twittering birds and all, Academy staged its now traditional Spring Frolic, conventionally termed The Academy Picnic, one day in April, when everyone, including Mr. Pate and Mrs. Han- sen, Little Don Iohnson and Betty Starkey, excused themselves for getting in the food line a third time by remarking about the ap- petite giving qualities of Cottonwood Lake air. Almost everyone interested in math, sci- ence, and bug-ology, is in the Academy, Prexy Wyrick says, pointing out that many students belong to the twenty-five year old society. Lectures on the private lite oi a logarithm, and touching revelations ot the eye ball with text irom a tive inch eye, were among the programs ot The Academy. Perhaps the greatest drawing card was "drammer" when the private lite ot a Greek scientist was presented, a la skit, by stal- wart, toga clad, school smoothies, and by a masquerading maiden. lt was good, and intellectual too, for Chem Lab Brill, Ed Morri- son, was one ot the learned group. Page 32 , T W N 2441 , A ...iv .,,. - I . .3 . f , ' lil A l A .. ,... ' lil 'll . " T' , -' 1 T if ff f 'V , . f 4 1 T 1 Q ifywiu Q av. . .73 X X I W - .Y I ' -' I fx H . 'f .Q vi 51 " tv... i- fl- . . :fin 4 Q - T -l hr h a . ' - ' JP,-. ' ' 'l ' Jig. in i it -1, Pi f,',1.,. 3' " 1 . up , - " " ' - ' - ' - -, A .. 1 .. if .f -- T Y ' 1, ' . ff"- Mit , t . .Y V., .V -.5-Ali, V i Vi.. . I ,I -.VL A -! - xq:-: I-.NYY A' W . W... L I .R K -, e Q Qi I 1 A. . 1 , E' A V ,, 1 5 -'i ,T -. ' 'vi fl bfi' , - qi, - r 'F - - A ew- ,. Firsr Row: Mrs. Dunlnvy. Miss Enochs. B. Atkigs, B. Enrney, W. Balie, T. Berg, F. Bennett, B. Codner, . Dm e. Second Row: J. Duering, R. Floyd, A. Frerichs, E. Hallgren, W. Hnrder, H. Hendrickson, B. Hinterlong, M. Hipple, H. Koenig. Third Row: I. Lnrson, H. Lockhart, L. Listen, kleggetl, L. Melvin, M. Mercer, H. Mitchell, L. Moore, . ul er. Fourth Row: H. Mundorff, N. Neuman, R. Olson, R. J. Olson, E. Schroeder, A. Sibbitt, L. Simpson, M. Vosburg, M. Yoneyamn. Two hundred freshmen girls were guests at a courtesy tea given by the Home Eco- nomics Club during orientation Week in September. During the latter part of the same month, the club held a picnic and in- vited all girls interested in becoming mem- bers of the organization to attend. The can- dlelight initiation service was then held in October. The theme for November was "Vocations." Mrs. Alta Berquist, college nurse, spoke on nursing: Miss lsamore Bennett, on Smith Hughes Vocational Teachingy Miss Ange- line l-lelleberg, on requirements and work of the dietitian: and Miss Louise Epp, on home demonstration Work. The annual Christmas party was held this year in Case Hall at which time each mem- ber brought a food donation for the Salvation Army baskets. The result-two bushel bas- P kets heaped With those things which would be of the greatest help to those to Whom they would be distributed. A pot luck supper Creally, it was a well- planned supperl was under the direction of the new members of the club. This was in Ianuary. Then in February, the seniors demonstrated their ability and skill by en- tertaining the other members of the club. Each year, the members of this group hold a joint meeting with Omega Alpha Tau to consider new discoveries in the field of science. The industrial uses of agricultural products was the topic for discussion this year. Probably the most colorful meeting of the year is the formal banquet. Former mem- bers, actives, and sponsors, meet for the last time during the year and renew old friendships and make new ones. age 33 Despite the iact that they were given but three days in which to bring their boxes, the freshmen did remarkably well in lugging enough of them to school to make one oi the biggest bonfires we've had in years. The flames, aided by the wind, leaped higher and higher, and as they did so, the crowd edged farther back to avoid the scorching heat of the burning boxes. "Pop" Klein spoke as did Mark Ramsey who was to be game captain at the homecoming game with Nebraska Wesleyan. Then, as the tire be- gan to die down, the pep band swung into- . . ZIP Club president, Clayton Mo- rey, and his cheer leaders lead the stu- dents in some rousing yells just before the 'boys' left for Chadron last fall . . ." ur Pep "Kearney, let's go to victory, l..et's fling the banner high Let's sing her praise in our humble way Shout it to the skies," etc. After a few rousing yells led by Clayton Morey and his cheer leaders, the group dis- banded, each going his own way and dis- cussing with his neighbor the possibility of winning the game on the following night. I remember that on another occasion we marched down town-to the monument on Page 34 Club , Central Avenue. The band was in the lead with the ZIP Club following close behind. We blocked traffic that night, even to the extent of delaying the departure of the Union Pacific westbound bus. While marching, we chanted that familiar yell- "We willl We will! We will beat Bethany!" That's just half the story. We did beat Beth- any, and we could have beaten many other Bethany's had the student body really sup- ported the ZIP Club. No football team feels like playing its best when the students them- selves care so little for winning that they fail to yell or even attend the games. You will recall, too, that at all games this year, the goal posts were decorated, even if it were necessary to secure police protection to keep them so. Farley and Holm saw a lot of pole climbing during the season. At the Homecoming game, members of the Zip Club decorated not only the goal posts, but themselves as well. Serpentine and confet- ti were distributed to the members, and at every quarter, the people in the stands were showered with confetti and found themselves tangled in serpentine. The football season over, the next problem to occupy the attention of the club was that of providing entertainment at the halves of the basketball games. You know, I've been a member since my freshman days. About the first organization to which I was introduced was the ZIP Club when its members guided us around the campus. Today, I am a senior. To you freshmen who have just this year joined the organization, let me advise you to stay with the club next year, and the year following that if you really want to enjoy the true college spirit, for I know of no other organ- ization on this campus that maintains such an interest in the college as does the ZIP CLUB.-Frances Hancock. ". . .Cheer leaders lean Ann Bryan, Barbara Simmons and Neil Holm are seen leading the yells at the Homecoming rally the evening preceding the Nebraska- Wesleyan game . . ." Page 35 First Row: Mr. Fox, Mr. Foster, W. Baile, A. Bruce, J. Cahill, E. Hull-gren, H. Hendrickson, N. Holm, A. Johnson. Second Row: D. Lewis, H. Lockhart, J. Ludden, D. Marymee, M. Mercer, H. Mitchell, P. Mitchell, E. Morrison, H. Mundorff. Third Row: R. Nyquist, C. Oran, D. Sergeant, M. Vosburg, A. Waddell, J. Whitney, H. Wyrick, D. Johnson. icnics, Initiations, Science Omega Alpha Tau members think often ot things other than eating despite contrary evi- dence of their two feeds, their spring picnic, and the obviously caressing attentions giv- en the lowly egg during the school year. At one gala banquet, someone spark- plugged discussion on nationalization of Omega Alpha Tau that may sometime give the college the distinction of mothering an alpha national fraternity chapter. That was the banquet at which Iohnny Ludden's naive remarks brought to light Neil l-lolm's story about the two men, who, it seems . . . Not many of the select Omega Alpha Tau membership will forget how easy those pledges' eggs broke under the point of a pencil when tyros tried to get fourteen active signatures on one thin shell. Omega Alpha Tau is, you see, is one of the few organiza- tions With a strict initiation ritual. Omega Alpha Tau members are thus made, not born. "Sparky foe" Whitney and his buzz coil assisted many a doubtful lag- ard to enter "The Hall of Dangers," and ma- neuvered the blindfolded pledge class down "Obstacle Road" with an animating success. Even "The House of Tastes," where Althea Bruce presided during initiation with castor oil and essence of pine needles, impressed pledges, who did "somewhat well" in nam- ing bizaare tastes. Arthur Iohnson, popular president of the organization, found army life too demanding after extension of frequency of National Guard meetings, so, with fraternity consent, Johnson relinquished his post to vice-presi- dent, Al Waddell, who gavelled with distinc- tion for the rest of the year. Sergeant of Arms, Carl Oran, was a prominent figure at the Home EC Feed, where he inadvertently, and through the acts of friends, carried off Page 36 in his coat pocket approximately a loaf of bread. The feed was a success and mem- bers of both organizations packed the chem- istry lecture hall afterward to see reel after reel of sound flickers. When even the youngest member of OAT begins to dodderally Wonder at the morals of the coming generation, he will no doubt still remember one Omega Alpha Tau pro- gram, when Dr. Donald Fox showed his now famous "technicolor" slides. Most impres- sive of all, some agree, was the size of the fish that a grinning Doctor Fox was holding. Actual Weight of the giant trout was four- teen pounds. Or was it eighteen pounds? As any good member can tell you, the fraternity was initiated to this campus as an year, when someone learned the national fraternity still insists our college is a rnern- ber school, although Kearney College stu- dents haven't boasted a DLD for years and years. To be an Omega Alpha Tau member, you "gotta," as Dean CDuclcyl Sergeant insists, be good. An honor point average of 2.6 is re- quired, along with a major or a minor in physical science. Then too, as Dean says, you "gotta" be able to break mirrors and Walk under lad- ders Without compassion for tradition, 'cuz Omega Alpha Tau-ans are scientific! honorary organization in 1933 when mem- bership in a national fraternity, Delta Lamb- da Delta, became unsatisfactory. Taking up the DLD charter again was considered this "...j'oe Whitney helps initiate pledg- ". . . Helen Mitchell and others dine at Christ- ' mas dinner . . . . .Little Don johnson seems to be telling one of his usual 'fish' stories . . ." Page 37 . . Bass boosts the sales . . . . Devine 'digs' over copy . . ". . .Members of the staff are always in a 'jolly' mood..." Blue and Gold The Blue and Gold staff just got together once- d that was for a picture. However, in spite of an this seeming lack of cooperation, it was a wonderful ' ' ' ' f year of work, and under the efficient direction o Ed't Devine, each member of the staff did his bit, 1 or in his own way, at Whatever time he was able to "Snitch" from his classes and studying. Some students probably wondered how the an- 'l d but ii they had seen Editor nual was ever compi e , Devine rushing from one place to another on the campus, or racing to and from the Hub office, they would have known that he was going after copy, ' ' b of the staff or pictures, or to confer with a mem er faculty. Rolan Martin made his headquarters in Miss Smiths room. Gordon Brooks conceived most of the features late at night in the mimeograph of- fice. George Ulbrick, Dan Wyckoff, Reuben Wag- ner and Editor Devine made good use of their corn- 's Hall for their compilations, and Devine's roommate, Clayton Morey, was contin- ually complaining because he had to "dig" his way through Blue and Gold copy each night before he could go to bed. Frances Hancock did most of her work in the library. Bass, Minnick and Holm used the main hall of the administration building to construct their sales and advertising technique, and Al Waddell was likely to pop out at any time, from what- ever obstruciion that was nearby, to snap pictures to exhibit in this book. Both Devine and Bass gave much time to confer- ences with the engrav- er and the student council in planning and financing the An- nual.-G. Brooks. fortable rooms at Men ". . .Martin plans the art work. . ." ". . . Al aims the camera . . ." Page 38 Antelope "Editing is a fascinating business," con- cluded lean Sullivan on the brink of the printer's inkpool as she neared the close ot her year's work as editor ot the Antelope. However, "Elvira" has learned that the path of an editor is not always one of roses. There were times when adverse criticism poured in with regard to little immaterial things such as typographical errors and min- ute details which did not suit some of the eight hundred and some readers. These little criticisms come to all editors, however, and the student body has read with much pride and satisfaction, her dig- nified, well balanced and newsy Antelope. Always trying to enlighten the students, her editorials were unbiased and were al- ways boosting good old K. S. T. C., its facul- ty, students and activities. Under the careful guidance ot the Public Relations Committee, Miss Sullivan and her staff members have labored hard to print a paper really representative ot the college and behind this labor has been a strange un- quenchable tire, inherent in the Sullivan per- sonality, called a drive for improvement. Arm- , 'yr'-t , ,F f, . . Miss Sullivan discusses the pro and con ot the last edition of the paper in order that all might work together more efficiently for a bigger and better' Antelope . . Page 39 Ml 1 Teas and Programs F st Row: Miss Robinson, A. Cornelius, A. Frame, L. Frew, B. Grosh, C. Jennings, L. Konecky. Second Row: M. Lantz, A. Ludden, G. McGuire, J. Sandall, A. Sibbitt, M. Speake, W. Young, and 1. Beck fnnt in picturej COLLEGE WOMEN'S LEAGUE "This is the last of a series of regularly scheduled news broadcasts for the year. l have here an announcement of interest to the freshmen women: YEARLY REPORT OP FRESHMAN CLINIC We wish to report to the league that the freshmen women of the college have carefully followed the directions on our prescriptions cmd have now passed the crisis. We believe that they are well on the way to recovery. CSignedl Drs. Cuttem and Killem. "This is another report just handed to me by the chairman of the program committee. It seems to be a resume of the year's activ- ities. Here it is: For the benefit of those students who did not attend the meetings of the league, we wish to list the programs held this year. They are as follows: "Time Marches On" Cintroduction of the new officersl, "Professor Quiz and His Hour of Charm," "Between the Book Ends," "The Voice of the Air," "Fashion Parade," "An Hour with the Classics," "Gallant" American Women," and a "St, Patriclds Day Program" to which all the men of the college were invited. CSignedl Billy Young, Chairman. "I should like to say that the league Council has sponsored jointly with the Men's Council, an all-school dance, the reception for the Inter-High School Contestants, and the May Pete. "This is all the time and all the news. Our new period of broadcast will begin in the fall with the opening of school. ln behalf of the staff of C.W.L., I wish to bid you all 'Good-byef Your announcer has been Ad- clah lane Luddenf' Page 40 Service Loyalty Progress When Marion Clark, president of Nu chap- ter of Pi Omega Pi, returned from the nation- al convention at Pittsburgh this year, he said, "The meeting was the most inspiring professional meeting that l have ever at- tended. Students and teachers from every section of the United States attended the business meeting, the formal dinner and the reception dance." "At the convention, l was fortunate in meeting and securing the autograph of Iohn Robert Gregg, originator oi Gregg Short- hand. During the year, this group sent out ques- tionaires to alumni and collected pictures to supplement the material contained in the historian's book. Last year, at Honors Convocation, Frank Vanek, the outstanding freshman student in the commercial department, received the Pi Omega Pi award for scholarship, leadership, and personality. One oi these awards is presented each year. ln December and in March oi each year, the group holds a banquet to honor new members and pledges. Members this year are: Dorothy Betz, Marion Clark, Zenaide Downey, Virginia Evers, Iuanita Gilpin, Vivian Henline, ln- gride Larson, Betty Krieder, Marjorie Hol- lingsworth, Lewis Mathews, Luella Melvin, Frank Vanek, and Elizabeth Whitnack. F ac- ulty members include: Mrs. Ethel Boasen, Miss Grace Mathews, Miss Mildred Payne, Miss Dorothy Williams and Mr. Boland B. Welch. ln speaking ot the work of the organization this year, one of the members stated that "under the sponsorship of Mrs. Ethel Boasen, Pi Omega Pi has enjoyed an inspiring year. lt has maintained its aims of high scholastic and ethical standards through the use of service, loyalty, and progress." First Row: Mrs. Boasen, Miss Payne,A Mr. Welch, Miss Williams, Miss Mathews, M. Clark, V. Second Row: J. Gilpin, V. Henline, M. Hollingsworth, B. Krieder, I. Larson, L. Mathews, L. Melvin E Whitnack. Page 41 They A Speak , Fluently First Row: Mr. Hansen, F. Bennett, V. Davis, J. Harding, V. Henline, D. Huffstutter. Second Row: A. Ludden, G. Mitchell, E. Morrison, R. Nelson, F. Williams, M. Yanney. In the speech activities this year, the Kear- ney debate squad, under the direction of Professor I. D. Hansen, finished the season with an outstanding record bringing home nine trophies and medals and totalling an average in all inter-collegiate competition of 87 per cent wins placing this college in the upper 25 per cent of the universities and col- leges in the United States. In addition to the record compiled in inter- collegiate activity, the local Pi Kappa Delta chapter conducted an extensive intra mural speech program. The squad opened its season's activities in November by attending the invitational tourney sponsored by Omaha University where the Men's "A" team, Iames Harding and David Huiistutter, survived the tourney undefeated: the Women's "A" team, Flor- ence Esther Williams and Addah lane Lud- den, dropped one round. It was there that Virginia Henline and Eugene Morrison not only were undefeated, but Won the decision from the national champions in men's de' bate. Thanksgiving vacation, the teams spent at the Southwestern Speech Tourney where they suffered only one defeat. ln Missouri, the boys on the squad, lames Harding, Dean Hecht, David Hufistutter, Eu- gene Morrison and Ralph Nelson attended the Middlewest Tourney for men. Here the men added to the squad record a total of eight victories. The following month, lim Harding and Dave Huiistutter won the single honor of defeating in an auditorium debate here, the Hastings Men's team. In the sec- ond public debate of the season, Virginia Henline and Eugene Morrison met in a con- vocation debate, Don and Margery Marsh of Hastings. ln February, the speech teams turned in an outstanding performance at the Rocky Mountain Speech Tournament in Denver when the "A" teams won eight out of ten de- bates and Addah lane Ludden placed first, Iames Harding second, and David Huffstutter superior in extemporaneous speaking. Page 42 Kearney survived three preliminary elimi- nation rounds to send three people to the finals in the extemporaneous speaking which was a record for finalist entrants for any university or college entered. At the same time, the junior varsity debat- ers placed high in the Wesleyan University tournament at Lincoln, where Dean Hecht and Ralph Nelson were undefeated, Virginia Henline and Eugene Morrison dropped one, and William Harrison and Lawrence Ludden represented th college in the "B" division. Later the same month, Professor I. D. Han- sen took Virginia Davis, Iames Harding, Vir- ginia Henline, David Huffstutter, Eugene Morrison, Florence Esther Williams and Ad- dah Iane Ludden to the Southwestern Speech Tournament sponsored by the University of Oklahoma. It was here that James Harding and David Huffstutter made the most out- standing record of their career by bringing home a trophy from the finals of the tourney. It was here, too, that the Kearney squad brought back the record of ranking as one of the four best teams in eighteen western states. Again Kearney sent two finalists to the extemporaneous contest where Addah lane Ludden had the honor of placing first and Virginia Henline fourth. Iirn Harding placed fourth in the radio speaking contest. The squad finished its work within the state when the Men's "A" team placed sec- ond and the Women's "A" team third in de- bate. Addah lane Ludden again placed first in extemporaneous speaking. George Mitchell entered oratory and Eugene Mor- rison, after-dinner speaking. It was with the final trip to Knoxville, Ten- nessee the last of March that the squad fin- ished its season's work, when they partici- pated in the national Pi Kappa Delta tourna- ment. It was at this national tourney that Kearney met its greatest competition with 145 universities and colleges from every state representedg 700 debates carried on simultaneouslyg 62 universities and colleges entered in extemporaneousg 68 in oratory, and where in a week, more than S30,000.00 was spent by contestants. lt was here, too, that Iames Harding and David I-luffstutter finished their season's activities by winning five out of eight rounds: that Florence Es- ther Williams and Addah lane Ludden ranked among the upper ten teams in the tourney, losing not more than two debates, that Eugene Morrison received the single honor of being elected chairman and floor leader of the Republican party in the stu- dent assembly, of speaking over a national radio network, of dining, as did Virginia Henline, with celebraties including Edward Everett Hortong that Virginia Henline led the labor resolutions committee and Addah lane Ludden entered the finals and had the honor of being placed fourth in the United States in extemporaneous speaking. This national tournament brought to a close the 1939-40 activities of our debate squad-one of the best in Nebraska and probably in the United States-and we can indeed be justly proud of their accomplishments. Page 43 First Row: Mr. Fox, Miss Payne, A. Cornelius, J. Duering, G. Fuser, W. Frazer. Second Row: C. Goodwin, A. Huffstutter, D. Huffstuner, R. Johnson, M. Lantz, M. Lantz. Third Row: H. Lockhart, E. Lydiatt, L. Mathews, G. Miller, C. Oran. Student piniens Expressed Again our college is the only school in Nebraska to have a council progressive enough to affiliate itself with the National Federated Students Association of America -and again, it is the only school to send a delegate to the national convention which this year was held during the Christmas holidays in Minneapolis, Minnesota. When our delegate, Wayne Frazer, re- turned from the convention, he remarked at a council meeting "that the N. P. S. A. en- deavors to help its member councils solve the many problems that they face, problems of student organizations, problems of dis- cipline, problems of student-faculty relations, and many others. For this task, it depends largely on the clearing house procedure. At the same time, N. F. S. A. endeavors to keep its members in touch with developments af- fecting their work in the entire educational field and in the world at large-but, to sum up the conference, two prominent leaders, Stone and Elder, are agreed that it is hard to evaluate in any monetary way the actual benefits derived from the contacts made and the ideas gathered at such a student meet- ing. Kearney will benefit to the application of some of these ideas and discussions. l will always remember the convention as a most pleasant and inspirational experience." Our student council is the most important organization on the campus. However, if one were to ask the average student what the purpose of the council is, he will merely grin as if he thought you were slightly weak, and remark in an indifferent manner, "Ask them, maybe they know!" Such an attitude has been quite predominate among the stu- dents, but after the election this year, when a record number of votes were cast, coun- cil members have hopes that students are at last taking more interest in their student gov- ernment. Each class elects two of its members to represent it on the council: the faculty elects two of its members, and the student body Page 44 each spring elects two representatives at large. The election of student council presi- dent and vice-president usually results in a close race between candidates selected by the two fraternities on the campus. This year's election was probably one of the stormiest campus campaigns for several years, and resulted in the election of David Huffstutter as president for next year, and Lewis Mathews for vice-president. The president selects his own secretary. And now, for those students who seem to think that the council is a joke, we might just pause for a moment and look at its ac- complishments for the past year. Probably few people realized how the work of editing the student handbook monopolized the time of Helen Louise Lockhart and lerry Miller during September and October: undoubtedly there are few who know or appreciate the effort our council members expended in Sep- tember in order that we might have sixteen all-college dances rather than nine: and then, there is the task of sponsoring the pub- lication of the Blue and Gold which takes considerable time and effort. This year, the council has labored for hours forming a plan which will improve our now inadequate social program. If funds are available, we can look forward to a more varied and greatly improved social program next year. Also, the financial prob- lem of the Blue and Gold has been given much thought and consideration, and after careful study of all phases of the problem, ct plan has been worked out whereby the yearbook will be placed on the contingent ticket. This plan, if it meets the approval of the administration, will greatly reduce the cost of the book per person and will give the one editing it a better opportunity to publish a larger and better book. We have a student council, composed of intelligent and representative young men and women, who are really working for the best interest of the students-and the coun- cil has two faculty sponsors who fully under- stand school administration, and who give much of their time in an effort to help the council members work out solutions to the many problems that come before them. So next year, let's be more democratic, give the council our cooperation, and see what really can be done! E H 5 315315. .Q ' ' . . Informal 'shots' of our student represen- tatives at work . . ." Page 45 i ist Row: Miss Kelly, Mr. Stout, Mr. Ryan, S. Boisen, B. Codner. V. Evers, W. Frazer, j. Gilpin, E. Hallgren. e o cl Row: C. Hansen, V. Hcnline, A. Huffstulter, D. Huffstutter, D. Jepsen, V. Kramer, M. Lamoree, I. Larson, A. Luclden. Thi d Row: L. Mathews, G. McGuire, W. Meier, M. Miller, G. Mitchell, A. Stegeman, J. Sullivan, M. Thornton, E. Whilnack. Those Who Lead "Don't do as I do, but do as I say," is the advice oi upperclassmen to a timid little freshman when said freshman walks through the doors of the administration building for the first time. "Stay in nights, study hard, be one of the highest in all your classes, get elected president oi several organizations, do something outstanding tor your school, keep your name in the paper, support the football team, yell loudly at all the basketball games, and you may be invited to join Xi Phi, the organization that has for its purpose the furthering oi leadership among its mem- bers, and the building of leadership and scholarship among underclassmenf' Xi Phi, then, is the goal of all freshmen. The Gamma chapter of Xi Phi was organ- ized at Kearney in l923. Although this or- ganization is not national, there are several other chapters active in the midwest. There has been, however, some talk ot making it a national organization. Its colors are black and gold. Wayne Frazer, a senior from Republican City, and one of the newer members, was elected president ot Xi Phi this year. Wayne is one of the most active young men on the campus. He is a member of Phi Tau Gam- ma traternity, past president and head cheerleader ot the Zip Club, and he is at present serving as president ot our Student Council. Other officers are Addah lane Ludden, vice-presidentg Dorothy Iepsen, recording secretary: Elizabeth Whitnaclc, treasurer: Page 46 Mary Evelyn Miller, investigating secretary: and Mary Elaine Thornton, corresponding secretary. Present sponsors include Dr. H. G. Stout, head of the Education Department, and Miss Ruth Kelly of the English faculty. Membership is limited to twenty-four ac- tive members and these must be juniors and seniors who have a scholastic average of "B" and who meet a definite standard in extra-curricular attainment. Each year the organization presents the Xi Phi award to the most representative sophomore boy and girl. This award is us- ually presented at Honors Convocation in May. David Huftstutter and Marcella Lantz received the awards last year. Other outstanding events of the Xi Phi year include the two annual dinners-one at Christmas and the other in the spring. Alum- ni are invited to both of these events. Then, of course, there is the Xi Phi News Letter. This News Letter is published an- nually and is distributed among alumni and active members. It tends to renew old ac- quaintances and aids in establishing new anes. Dorothy Iepsen of North Platte is ed- itor this year. It is, then, a real honor to be selected for membership in Xi Phi, and members can say with Henry, who when speaking of Phi Beta Kappa, said, "It's an honor you don't forget, and if you're the son ot one, you don't forget that either." ". . . Informal shots at the Christmas dinner and at a regular meet- ing . . ." Page 47 Here is an organization which serves as an executive committee for all men who are enrolled in the college. And, in an endeavor to secure for each student the maximum benefits from his school life, it sponsors an interesting program of activities for men. Perhaps one of the most important activ- ities of the Men's Council is to promote and sponsor men's convocations which are held the third Thursday each month. The pro- grams are all well-planned and show that council members have given much thought and consideration to the things which will help the student make the best adjustment to college life, and give him the best back- ground for the problems that will be his to face after he leaves college. By these pro- grams, the council has also hoped to pro- mote better school spirit, scholarship, and school loyalty and pride. With regard to a program of social activ- ities on the campus, the Men's Council, in cooperation with the Women's League Coun- cil, sponsored an all-school dance, the an- nual all-school party, and the May Pete. These social activities are designed to pro- mote friendship, good fellowship, and a dy- namic school spirit, thus making an organ- Council Far Men ized effort toward the intelligent solution of problems of college men. The Men's Council has endeavored to add to the fellowship among men students as a means of encouraging better understanding and genuine friendships between men of the faculty and students, and also to promote friendly relations between the college and the business men of Kearney. Probably the outstanding event of the year was in lanuary when Dr. Clark A. Fulmer, State Director of Vocational Guidance, was a guest of the council and spoke at convo- cation. Following the convocation, Dr. Ful- mer was guest at a dinner given for him in the faculty dining room of the college cafeteria. Officers for the Men's Council are elected at large by the men of the college: each class elects a representative: the Catholic Club and the Y. M. C. A. each select a rep- resentative: and the council selects an "out- of-town" and an "in-town" representative. As the council and its sponsor, Dr. Carl L. Parker, have tried to stimulate a spirit of fel- lowship among the men on the campus, they now hope to extend this feeling to people in the territory served by this college. Page 48 With Carl Oran as president, the Inter- traternity-Sorority Council has had a busy year. Problems of how to rush a freshman ethically, what should be done when fra- ternity men break rush rules, whether or not first semester freshmen should be rushed, and many other problems, have helped to keep up a "lively clatter" at the monthly meetings of the council. The main purpose of the council is to foster cooperation among the sororities and fra- ternities. The rules which are set up by the council are for the purpose of regulating the rushing seasons and controlling the prob- lems that might, innocently or otherwise, arise between rival organizations. . . Scene at one of the danc- es last fall . . ." During the year, the council has sponsored the decorating of the National Guard Ar- mory for the Presidents Ball, and an Inter- iraternity-Sorority dance. It also sponsors the giving of the scholarship awards. For the second semester last year, the Phi Taus and the Zetas won the plaques, and for the first semester this year, the Zetas again won the sorority plaque, but the Cals won the plaque from the Phi Taus. This council is made up of the presidents of each organization and by one represen- tative from each group. Mr. Richmond Davis is the sponsor of the council. For Social Groups if First Row: Mr. Davis, J. Bulln, E. Hallgren, J. Harbaugh, G. Hollingsworth. Second Row: A. Huffstutter, M. Lantz, C. Oran, R. Talbot, M. Thornton, W. Young. Page 49 First Row: Miss Kelly, V. Albrecht, E. Anderson, Q. Anderson, V. Armstrong, I. Beckard. Second Row: M. Brookley, H. Brosius, M. Brosius, D. Bryner, B. Codner, D. Coclner. Third Row: J. Duering, V. Henline, R. Hibberd, B. Hinterlong, J. Hubbard. Fourth Row: A. Hufistutter, L. Huffstutter, F. Koch, B. Krieder, I. Larson, E. Lester. Fifth Row: A. L'Heureux, L. Lomas, B. McLachlin, M. Miller, N. Newman, G. Newton. Sixth Row: R. Olson, E. Payne, D. Peterson, M. Reichstein, M. Rusmissell, M. Smith. Seventh Row: L. Snider, N. Stark, G. Stemer, S. Stearns, R. Talich, R. Talbot, E. Whitney. Page 50 Dances, Parties and Progress Anywhere you would expect to find a typical college girl, you'll find a Sigma! They know how to have fun, and too, when- ever there's anything to be done, you'll al- ways find them present. With Ramona Talbot as president, the so- rority began the year with a "Gold Bush" rush party in cooperation with the Cals at the Fort Kearney park. For the first semes- ter preference dinner at the Midway Hotel, the girls carried out an Autumn theme. And the second semester, the girls held their rush party with the Phi Taus and danced in the dining hall of Men's Hall. A George Washington theme was used for the prefer- ence dinner at the Midway. Favors were marshmallows with flags and decorations were white candles and red, white and blue streamers on the tables. During the semester, pledges of Sigma Theta Phi are always busy and one can see them carrying books or running errands for the actives. Then, there's the time when all pledges must wear wide pink and White rib- bons in their hair--these are the colors of the sorority. " 'Twas the week before Christmas" was the theme for the first semester formal dance held at the Fort Kearney Hotel. A fire place, gayly decorated Christmas trees, and holly helped to make the dance a gay affair. Zelda leanne Ryan, daughter of Professor and Mrs. C. T. Ryan, did three clever dances. The highlight of the year was the Hawaiian for- mal dinner dance held at the Fort Kearney Hotel in May. The annual Alumni-Mother-Daughter Tea was held in April at the home of Susanne Stearns. Other parties the girls have en- joyed were the monthly parties held in the Blue and Gold room. The Sigmas are especially proud of their members who have been outstanding during the year. Anna lane Huffstutter, last year's sorority president and vice-president of this year's Student Council, had the honor of be- ing selected Queen of the May Petey Maurine Smith and losephine Duering were chosen as May Queen attendantsg Ingrid Larson was selected as an honor graduatep there were six girls in Xi Phi, and Virginia Henline was outstanding in debate. Miss Ruth Kelly of the English Department is sponsor of the organization. Page 51 First Row: E. Lydiatt, L. Lysinger, W. Mahan, R. Martin, W. Meier. Second Row: C. Merrick, R. Merryman, C. Meyer, G. Miller, G. Mitchell. Third Row: M. Monnington, E. Monnington, C. Morey, R. Nelson, D. Ohlund. Fourth Row: C. Oran, E. Payne, C. Palmer, M. Ramsey, F. Scott. Fifth Row: S. Scott, F. Shiffermiller, C. Stovall, M. Stovall, B. Tay l o r. Sixth Row: A. Waddell, R, Wagner, R. Wallace, R. Wilcox, D. Wycko ff. First Row: Mr. Larson, W. Anderson, W. Barney. E. Bass, Devine. Second Row: R. Davis, F. Droullard, E. Engstrom, G. Faser, Frazer. Third Row: J. Fritchie, J. Grieve, C. Hahn, J. Harding Harris. Fourth Row: D. Henderson, L. Hendron, G. Hollingsworth, Holm, D. Huffstutter. Fifth Row: K. Ingram, M. Ingram, A. johnson, D. johnson Johnson. Lindau. Page 52 Sixth Row: H. Keiss, H. Kersenbrock, V. Larson, D. Lewis, Fun, Fellowshqy, Leadershqy "Dim the lights within the cloister, Incense galore, etc . . Fifty some husky voices sing the fraternity song as they are gathered for a regular meeting in the Phi Tau Gamma house at 721 West 25 Street. Student Council president, Wayne Frazer, usually leads in the singing. To start the year off right, the Phi Taus were fortunate in having a large number of actives return to school. And then came the pledging, at which time the fraternity pledged the largest number of any social organiza- tion. The year's activities began with rush parties for the prospective pledges-first, tr "stag" party at the house, and later in the evening, a dance with the luanita sorority. The second semester rush party was another "stag" party after which all enjoyed a dance with the Sigma sorority. One preference dinner was held at the Blue and Gold Room where Clayton Morey gave a "breezy" talk and Carl Oran discussed the purpose of the fraternity. The other dinner was held in the faculty dining room at the college dining hall. At these dinners, pledges were given their pledge pins. No doubt everyone will remember the Phi Tau pledges,-their peculiar smell, and some of the ordeals through which they had to go. At the annual scavenger hunt, everyone will always recall the "Gold Dust Twins" tWil- cox and Wyckoffl as they trudged in with their white and brown goat, "Bud" lohnson and his porcelain contribution, and Ar- thur Iohnson, who did his best to prove that his National Guard training was beneficial by doing patrol duty in front of the girl's dorm. Believing that a social fraternity should really be social, the Phi 'I' aus have had their two big semester dances, an informal Thanksgiving dance in November, and a for- mal dinner Clance in May. Here an unusual pirate theme was carried out. Besides this, there was the hard time party, the Christmas dinner, the Easter dinner, and numerous oth- er parties. Leadership is also stressed, evidence of which can be seen by the many prominent positions in the school which are held by Phi Taus. And speaking of leaders, the fra- ternity is proud of its president cmd sponsor, Carl Orcm and Mr. Durfee Larson, who have done much to make this a happy, successful year for the entire group. "Woody" Meier will head the organization next year: Herald Devine will be vice-president: lerry Miller, secretary: and Reuben Wagner, treasurer. Q I Page 53 First Row: Mrs. Nigh, Miss Mathews, A. Adee, B. Atkins, V. Bailey. Second Row: W. Batie, M Berryman, B. Buchanan, F. Cnmpau, P. Cunningham. Third Row: P. Dalhke, V. Davis, A. Frame, E. Hall gren, G. Hartman. Fourth Row: M. Mercer, R. Olson, E. Rankin, E. Richter, N. Robertson. Fifth Row M. Runner, L. Ryman, F. Samp, W. Young, D. Woodxixan. Page 54 Trqns, Culture, Scholarshqy "Let's be different" has been the watch- word of the Zeta Chi Alpha Sorority during this fifth anniversary of organization. Rush week opened last September with a "Kid- nap" party at the Grantham, and closed with a formal pledge dinner in the faculty dining room, Men's Hall. In order that the sorority might be more than a symbol of sisterhood, the pledges and actives vacationed together over a week end at a cabin on the river. Group attendance at the Nebraska-Baylor football game in October at Lincoln afforded a great deal of fun as Well as opportunity for a shopping spree. First semester activities were climaxed with a Cinderella Ball, held at the Crystal Room, Hotel Fort Kearney, in December. Mary Runner was chosen Cinderella and was presented with a heart-shaped locket. In April, the annual Mother's Tea was held at Case Hall, and in May, the Spring formal dinner-dance was held in the Crystal Room. This occasion offered opportunity for cele- brating the sorority's fifth anniversaryg and therefore, only members of the organization, their escorts and alumni were invited. The Zetas, however, do not entirely stress social life on the campus. A well-rounded program for cultural and scholastic develop- ment has been successfully carried on. A cultural meeting is held once each month, at which time guest speakers are presented or the girls discuss mutual problems. The oth- er two meetings each month are devoted either to business or to a social hour. High scholarship is the goal of each Zeta, and by concerted effort they retained the inter-soror- ity scholarship plaque for the third consecu- tive time. Every semester scholarship roses are awarded by Mrs. Edna T. Nigh, sponsor, and Grace Mathews, co-sponsor, to the ac- tives and pledges receiving the highest av- erages. Among the pledges receiving roses were Norma Kohler, Mary Runner, and Pat- ty Cunninghamy among the actives, Eileen Beck, Virginia Davis, Norma Robertson, Wi- nona Batie, and Evelyne Hallgren. Zeta girls are also known for their qual- ities of leadership. Evelyne Hallgren, presi- dent of the sorority for the second consecu- tive year, is also secretary of the Y. W. C. A. and treasurer of the I. F. S. C. Billy Young, treasurer of the sorority, has been a member of the Inter-fraternity Sorority Council two years and is vice-president of Women's League. Winona Batie is president of the Home Economics Club. Friendship, scholarship, and leadership compose the three-fold aim of the sorority, and on this fifth anniversary, they may be congratulated on having achieved that aim. S xc... V.. 1 ali Page 55 V V J First Row: Mrs. Davis, A. Baker, B. Barney, F. Beaver, T. Berg, C. Blessing. Second Row: V. Boulier, J. Browne, M. Bruner, J. Cobb, M. Craven, B. Danner. Third Row: J. Erickson, J. Foutch, L. Franks, D. Frink, C. Hansen, B. Harrington. Fourth Row: H. Hendrickson, W. Hendrickson, M. Hollingsworth, B. Houtchen, B. Grosh, 1. Jones. Fifth Row: M. Lantz, M. Lantz, B. Lockhart, A. Ludden, L. Mattson. Sixth Row: F. McClymont, N. Nyffler, M. Patterson, B. Sanger, G. Slocum. M. Speake. Seventh Row: M. Swan, S. Turpin, M. Thornton, LP. Wollen, E. Wescott, M. Johnson, M. Lowry. Page 56 Fun, Friendship, Versatility One word, versatility, adequately de- scribes the Iuanita girls-and it shows that they do achieve the three aims of their sos rority which are scholarship, leadership and friendship. They started the year off with a "bang" as a large group of pledges startled Dame Fashion by wearing such combinations as black cotton hose, white pumps, and green eye shadow. Next came the traditional pre- ference dinner when active members pinned the pledge ribbons on their respective "daughters" During the year, there was a pledge party, the Christmas formal dance at the Fort Kearney Hotel, the Mother-Daugh- ter-Sweetheart Tea, the pledge return party twhich turned out to be a "Bubble Danceul, and the spring formal dinner dance. "Star Dust" was the theme, and it climaxed a year of fun for the Iuanitas. Iuanitas are proud to remember that Helen Louise Lockhart, sorority vice-president, was this year's Gridiron Queen. They are proud of first semester pledge, lean Poutch, who further proved the aims of the sorority when she was chosen DeMolay Sweetheart and finished the semester with straight "A's." Then there are the thespians of the group -among them Ieanne Erickson, Charlene Hansen, and Charlotte Blessing who had leading parts in the plays at the college this year. Addah lane Ludden and Florence Esther Williams answer the roll as the Wom- en's "A" Debate team that went to the nation- al tournament this spring. Addah lane also received first place in extemporaneous speaking at three large meets and then placed fourth at the national tourney. And incidentally, she was chosen Maid of Honor for the May Pete. Helen Hendrickson, Helen Louise Lockhart, Marie Hollingsworth, Bet- ty Harrington and Gerry Slocum were se- lected as class attendants to the May Queen. Besides having in their group two honor graduates, Mary Elaine Thornton and Addah lane Ludden, the sorority is represented in Page 57 H all of the honorary organizations, and Ber- nice Grosh is president of Sigma Tau Delta. Marcella Lantz, member of the Student Council and Women's League Council, was president this year. By vote of the sorority, she was presented as Snow Queen at their Christmas dance. Mrs. Maxine Davis is sponsor of the group, and because of her genuine interest in the girls and their wel- fare, she has helped to make this a very suc- cessful year. Helen Louise Lockhart will be president of the organization next year. i f Page 58 Mr. Davis B. Beat D. Best P. Blessinq G. Brooks C. Bruqh I. Bulla R. Corneer D. Cornelius I. Cummings W. Cushing B. Davis B. Goldstein E. Haase L. Hansen I. Harbaugh M. Hester V. Hunt B. Iohnson I. Mackey R. Olson W. Pitt C. Prickett, K. Ryan M. Schoenthal M. Stewart D. Stubble-field I. Wirnberley M. Wilmot , The "This is the Nebraska State Teachers Col- lege in Kearney." With this introduction, Earl Haase, student announcer, signs on the college radio program every afternoon at 3:30 from Monday through Friday over KGFW. With our own studio in the administration building, our own students at the controls, and our own students and faculty giving the programs, we can truthfully say "Kearney is on the Air." Every Monday students learn how to pro- nounce the English Language, and while they learn, so do the listeners. "lt is now time for the Radio Class in Dictionf' And we're offl Every Friday students learn the funda- mentals of newscasting and processing, and incidentally tell the World what students at the college are wearing, thinking, eating, and what games the teams are winning. "It is now time for 'The Antelope of the Airf " Cubs tremble. Neophytes suffer of mike fever. Vaughn Larsen signals, "Louder, please!" Earl l-laase consults his watch. Two fingers-meaning two minutes to go. Then one. Then that fatal stroke across the throat. You're off! Miss Smith tells us about great art in Eu- rope. Mr. Dail describes European culture. Miss Enochs and Mrs. Dunlavy tell us how to dress, cook, and run a happy home eco- nomically. Mrs. Berquist wants us all to keep healthy. Miss Ludden tells us how to raise white rats to a healthy old age. Dr. Mantor tells us how the state was settled and why. Dr. Morse tells us about synthetic flavors. Every department in the college, including the pupils from the A. O. Thomas School, furnishes informative, cultural, or entertaining programs. Yes, Kearney is on the air. The radio setup at the college is made pos- sible by the splendid co-operation ot the management of KGFW, the local station, and by President Cushing's desire to make our college a leader in all the newer activ- ities in education and culture. n Air ". . . Mr. Ryan and his journalism class as they prepare to brmg KGFW listeners 'The Antelope of the Airl' . . ." Page 63 ttf.: -- 'fg- wi cc . ut In The Q , Mft, . . Erickson, Morey, Hansen, cmd Tappan rehearse for the first se- mester play, 'Our Town' . . It's over-all over! So much over, in fact, that the waiters have cleared the tables that just a few minutes ago were laden with nice juicy steaks, potatoes, carrots, salads, fruit cocktails, and dessert. This is a party for Dr. and Mrs. Dean Nichols given at Men's Hall by the two play casts. Bob Minnick arose with that "Well after forty years, that's a new one," air, and started telling the usual stories that custom seems to demand on such occasions. But Bob made one mistake, and that was when he said, "We'd like to have a few words from the seniors who will be 'out in the field' next year." Saying "out in the field" had much the same effect as lightning on a stick of dyna- mite for "The combined efforts of the entire student body and student faculty," as he so often said in rehearsals, pounced on that remark in much the same manner that a hun- gry doq grabs a bone. It was the sole topic of conversation, and not one person in speaking, failed to mention "out in the field." Of course, there were many nice things said, too. Things that took the group back to the Page 64 ieldv , long, weary weeks of rehearsals, things that none of them can ever forget. lust now, in thinking of the productions, has it ever occurred to you that by reversing the order of the two plays, you would have the complete life story of two young people. ln "What a Life," we meet Barbara Pearson and Henry Aldrich, both juniors in high school. Here we see represented the things that go on in the hearts and minds of many such young people. Then in "Our Town" we meet Emily Webb and George Gibbs. We see them finish their high school work, their eventual mar- riage, and finally the death of one of the partners. lust like a continued story, and even more like a sequel. And to lend continuity to the idea, we find that these leads in each of the plays were taken by Ieanne Erickson and Clayton Morey. One play was a comedy, the other a trag edy. Each had the desired effect on the au- dience. One night they went home weep- ing, the next, laughing. How like life that is! There are, of course, always many amus- ing things about a play that the audience never sees, and that the cast never forgets. One night, everyone was missing cues. Dr. Nichols firmly declared that the next time anyone missed his cue, all would promptly return to the first of the act and proceed until the act was completed without missing any cues. Everything went nicely for a while, in fact, they were just a few pages from the end, then Ioe Whitney, because he was tell- ing everyone within listening distance about the "A's" he received the preceding semes- ter, forgot to walk across the stage and say, "Where's Mr. Bradley? Now, I've got that kid where I want him!" Page 65 Needless to say, the members of the cast had Ioe exactly where they wanted him, but Charlene Hansen instantly took command of the situation and swept out on the stage with ado, and said dramatically," All righty, let's begin." No more cues were missed that night. Can anyone ever forget the night when Clayton Morey, being quite worn out any- way, forgot his real line and made his swearing at Mr. Patterson too emphatic? Then one day tragedy stalked the group. Charlotte Blessing was ill with the flu, and in all probability would be unable to take her part in the play. The news came on Monday and the play opened on Tuesday. 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'LA -I RU ,tl , ll i ' ,F .X xc l , ig au, ,,' J??EEEEEZnzzf's'T ne R - Vital to the lite of a college is its athletics, and to this Kearney is no excep- tion. Any student who has heard the hill around the athletic field re-echo a slow, drawled, "ral'1 .... rah .... rah .... " or the Walls of the gyrn throw back a "fight .... iight," will recall the high run of school spirit which has been so obvious in our school this year. Faculty and students, vociierous and critical, quick to reward a well earned point, all join in supporting the varsity teams, carrying the "blue and the gold," whether it be football, basketball, track, intrarnurals, or girls athletics. . . 'Pop' Klein gives a 'rousing' pep talk at the Homecoming rally . . Page67 Uur Sports By George Ulbrick Th e fine spirit and sportsman lik that the t - e attitude s udent body expressed, as it gave the Antelopes a h earty send-off for th ' confere ' eir first nce game With the Chadron Eagles will live forever i n the memories of iron W ' our grid arriors. A few encouraging words from "Pop" are l a ways accom fine ch panied by a eer such as W ' e see the students dem onstrating in this picture. Perhaps there is never a time when the spirit of fight and determination to Win is so prevalent as during homecoming. ln the center picture, we see the students as they turned out for the evening rally which was held around the illuminating bonfire the night before the victorious battle with Ne- braska Wesleyan. The rah-rah-rahs that echoed and re-echoed through the crisp air of that October night will always be remem- bered as evidence of the interest and en- thusiasm which accompanied homecoming where We welcomed back old grads again renewed W ' and old friendships. However to rn k . a e our rallie and b s even bigger etter, the "Pe " p band usually turned and gave its support. Bust Ch b ,. . er Blakeley, a u by little fello W who can really beat a drum, has added much to th th ' e success of all e rallies. And th' IS band, the husky yells of the Zip Club members with its enthusiastic leaders, and the increasing support of the student body, has aided greatly in mak' this a stimulat' IHCJ Inq YGCIT. Letps Talk It Over It looks as it a very interesting discussion, probably concerning that last exciting game, is taking place in the dressing room of the gymnasium between Coach Harold Oakes and three of our letter men. Cne ot the men is Glen Bartunek from Tobias who is a vet- eran in the athletic circles at our college. l-le's been active in football, basketball and track: his hard running, iast charging, shitty performances have been a great aid to the Antelopes-and now he's a senior. We'll be missing this true sportsrnan next fall. A junior in the group is Leo Thomas, an aggressive, fast and versatile back from En- dicott, Nebraska. He has a Winning person- ality and is a firrn believer in good sports- manship. Phillip Shelrnadine is from Silver Creek, Nebraska. This is his second year at the Nebraska state teachers college at Kearney and some ot the exciting plays he made this year on the gridiron will cause us to expect much ot him during the com- ing two years. Page 59 Harry Stobbe hails from North Loup, Ne- braska and is playing his second year at Kearney. He plays a hard, consistent game at the tackle position. Dale Wiseman is a Kearney product who brings with him a fine record from Kearney high. Dale is a sophomore and is a chubby, blocky, dependable tackle. . . 'Keep up that old fire' the An- telopes chatter as Happy lack Sni- der brings down a Wesleyan back who attempted to skirt Kearney's left end in a play which resulted in a loss . . ." Fred Ugai, better known as "Irish," is a former all-state guard who comes from North Platte. Freddie, a sophomore, is one of the best liked members ot the team and doubles equally well as either tackle or guard. Elton Toops hails from Arcadia. Elton is of the speedy, hard-driving type. He really hit his stride in the Hastings game with his yard gaining slants around ends-and he has two years left to play tor the Blue and the Gold. ". . . the cleverness and alertness of the strong Antelope line is too much for the Hastings' Broncs as they try hard for a gain . . Dale Fahey is from Taylor and he does most of the passing tor the Antelopes as well as reeling oft yards through the line. Dale is a sophomore and much can be expected during the next two years. Carl Meyer is also from Kearneyg he's bet- ter known as "Monk" or "Tiny" and his speed was a very important factor on end runs. Almost the smallest man on the squad, he was a threat to any opponents ot the An- telopes. Page 70 Morris Wilmot, a very cool and tricky quarterback, hails from 'Wilsonville He's a junior, president ot the Cals, and is a hard, smashing back, a dependable blocker, and an excellent kicker. Nick Mitchell shared signal calling duties with Morris Wilmot. "Wee Boar" is one ot these tricky, slippery backs that an opponent can't keep his hands on. "Wee Boar" is a two year letterrnan and specializes in the quarterback sneak. ". . . with the Ante-lopes closing in on him lrorn all sides, this Wesley- an baclc's destiny is short. That aggressive Antelope seen making the shoe-string tackle is "Irish" Ugai . . ." Willard Smith, who played his last year with the Antelopes, is a consistent player at the guard position. Storzie hit his stride sev- eral times this season, especially in the Hast- ings garne. Friends back at David City are proud of "Storzie." Mark Ramsey also played his last year at K. S. T. C. He hails from Bradshaw, has established a line record and has indirectly acquired the name of "Pappy." Mark's services as a dependable, hard-fighting guard will be remembered. . . it took the entire Hastings team to stop Morrie Wilmot as he hit his stride in the first quarter of the Kearney-Hastings upset . . ." George Binger brings an excellent record lrom Lincoln high. "Doc" is a tormer mem- ber ot the Olympic baseball team, is a soph- omore, and plays a great defensive game at the end position. Page 71 Arthur Stegeman is another of those out- standing men from Chappell, Nebraska. Not only is Art an athlete, but a scholar and leader. He is a member of Xi Phi and is this year's Men's Council president. When he is graduated this spring, we'll be losing a conservative, consistent player at the end position, a friend and a leader, and we'1l al- ways remember him for his athletic attain- ments, the manner in which he stressed sportsmanship and clean, hard football strategy, and for his radiating personality. Paul Blessing is from Ord, Nebraska and is a three star athlete at K. S. T. C. This year, he was awarded an end berth on the all conference football team. Paul's ability at snagging those almost impossible bullet passes provided unforgettable thrills for all ol us. His aggressive, scrapDYf and defensive line plays, will always stand out. Paul has two years of football competition left. George Ulbrick has played two years with the Kearney Antelopes and he shared pivot duties with Max Schoenthal. George is a cool, aggressive, defensive player, who fills in those "holes" when the occasion arises. Down through the channels of football his- tory, George will always be remembered by his pet name of "lock." ". . . in the above picture, let's focus our attention on that hard- hitting Antelope that has finally been brought down by three of the Wesleyan Plainsmen. Phil Shelmadine is the center of attraction here, and he has just plunged over the line for a touchdown . . Page 72 Paul Newell, a freshman at K. S. T. C., is from Philips- burg, Kansas. Paul plays a hard, defensive game and holds down the tackle position. Much is to be expected from Paul in his remaining years. Paul also won the District Golden Gloves heavy weight title. lack Snyder, as dependable and hard-fighting tackle as can be found in this conference, hails from Shubert, Nebraska. lack, better known as "Happy lack," has won a heap of friends here at college by his unique "get- around" manner. He has another year of competition. . . the center of attraction in this particular shot is Paul Blessing leaving the ground to snag one of those bullet passes. The passing combi- nation ot Fahey and Blessing proved too great for the Plainsmen as the Antelopes emerged victorious . . ." Max Hester, who played his last year for the Blue and Gold, chalked up another All-Conference berth at the guard position. Max is a watch-charm type of guard, a deadly blocker and a dependable line man. He comes from Beaver City, Nebraska and his services at K. S. T. C. will always be remembered as four years of hard, clean, fighting football. Lester Kerr, who played his first year for the Blue and Gold, doubled equally well at both punting and run- ning. "Les" plays a hard, clean, consistent brand of ball and much is to be expected from him in his remain- ing three years. He is from Alma, Nebraska. ". . .here is evidence of another long gain chalked up against the Broncos in the spectac- ular Kearney-Hastings tray which proved the power of the Antelopes. This Antelope back has almost succeeded in breaking away from the en- tire Hastings secondary . . ." Max Schoenthal, better known as "Mick," hails from Holdrege. "Mick" is a dependable man at the pivot post. He is an accurate passer, a fine defense man, and really likes to rough it. He is a sophomore and great things are- to be expected of him during the next two years. Lawrence Weidman has traveled a long, long dis- tance to become a member of the Antelope squad. "Tex" is from Wichita Falls, Texas, and is a scrappif, aggressive guard such as can be found in the Lone Star State. Page 73 avgipfgia' as -If sri' .H Hi? - rr' aw stsrsif Win, .r , ., L. L, ,. Ninn. "Popp, Klein Head Football Coach, L. F. "Pop" Klein, is known to all those who are interested in sports or who ever have occasion to be around the gym. Not only is "Pop" inter- ested in sports, but he is also interested in boys, and he spends much of his time help- ing them solve their problems. Since "Pop" has been coaching here, he has each year turned out teams which show definitely the interest he takes in his work and in those with Whom he works. Besides his regular work, he has worked enthusi- astically to build up a strong intramural pro- gram which he hopes will not only help students develop better physically, but which will make them more sports conscious. l-le is a promoter, he plays the piano, and he has a rich tenor voice. And remember- ing his enthusiasm, his personality, his "pep" talks, his rich voice-and his football teams-well, most of us will never forget l1POp.n And So W e Close the 1939 Football Season... When the football call-to-arms was first sounded last fall, "Pop" Klein had an un- usually large number of promising candi- dates out on the field to begin practice for the 1939 season. The group included sev- eral lettermen from last year, who always form the backbone of the squad, and quite a number of freshmen who showed fine po- tential capabilities. And as the season's practices progressed, Kearney's gridiron stock began to rise above par and every- thing pointed toward better-than-normal divi- dends. However, the Antelope's opponents also showed stock that was above par, competition was greater than usual, and after an exciting season, the Antelope's "A" squad came through with three wins and four defeats, and the "B" squads efforts re- sulted in four wins and three ties. The play- ing throughout the season was always above par and Kearney football fans have at all times received thrill after thrill as our Antelopes played consistently in their effort to "keep Kearney on the map" in the football world. Page 74 Results of the Season HAHTEAM Kearney Score Opponents Opponents Score 7 ......................... .... B ethany ,,,,. ,,.,....,..,..,.,,,,,,,..... O O ....., ..... C hadron ..A. .... 7 12 ..... Hastinqs .... U U ..... ................ P eru .......,..... .... 6 26 ..... ..... N ebraska Wesleyan 2 7 ...... ...... S t. Ambrose ...A. ..,,.. 2 6 U ..... .... C olorado Mines .,... ,,..,, 3 2 "B" TEAM 6 ....., ,.., M cCook ..... ....., 6 12 ...... ....... C oncordia ..... ...... 1 2 20 ...... West Kearney U 26 ...... .... Y ork "B" ..... 7 13 ...... ,......., M cCook ......... .... 7 U ...... .... N ebraska Central .... .... U 33 ...... ....... Y ork "B" ..,.,., 6 xt a mx t aa, as ' my at ' In a HB E an an a . . F H .. X RUS... HH First Row: Student Manager, A. Karabotais: M. Ramsey J. Snyder, P. Blessing, M. Hester, W. Smith, A. Stegeman, M. Schoenthal, M. Wilmot, D. Fahey, F. Wiseman. Second Row: P. Newell, L. Wiedmnn, H. Stobbe, E. Edwards, R. Johnson, T. Journey, E. Toops, E. Peterson, P. Shelrnadine, L. Kerr. V Third Row: Line Couch, Harold Oaks: M. Slmda, G. Ulbrick, V. Korte, N. Mitchell, F. Ugai, C. Meyer, G. Binger, L. Thomas, Head Coach and Director of Athletics, L. F. Klein. Fourth Row: J. Oznnne, S. Harris, B. Stafford, C. Hagee, J. Mackey, L. Neilen, H. Wilkie, R. Houtz, J. Zieggler, F. Curtiss. Fifth Row: M. Darling, H. Ferry, P. Kerr, W. Newcomb, K. Gettys, K. Ryan, J. Kemmerling, W. Newberg, B. Simpson. Sixth Row: H. Ludeke, L. McCullough, E. Berg, S. Copley, P. Abood, B. Rapp, W. Helvey, Assistant Coach, Harold Bacon. Page 75 Baskets Screen Pla gs Gratis Tosses ". . . Another two points is soon to be chalked up as Paul Blessing goes high into the air and gently lays one in. This is a typical action shot ot the technique that "Big" Paul uses in his scoring threats. In the background, to the extreme left, is Bowman. Bowman, perhaps one oi the lastest men ever to play on the Antelope court, is a member ot the Chadron team . . ." Basketball Results for 1939-40 Kearney Score 1 Opponents Opponents Score 50 .......,.................,. ........ M cCook ...... ............................. 3 1 55 .,,,,,.,............... ,....,.. M cCook ' ...... ..,...................... 3 1 42 ,,,,,, ............... M idland ............. ...... 2 9 37 .,... ....................... Y ork ..................... ...... 3 5 36 ,,.,, ......... N ebraska Wesleyan ........... ...... 4 1 37 ,..,, ........... W ayne .............. ...,.. 4 3 36 ..,.. ........ H astinqs ...... ...... 6 1 24 ...v. ........ P eru ....... ...... 3 1 43 ..... ........ C hadron ...... ....... 6 'J 35 ..... ..,,,... C hadron ...... ....... 4 6 31 ,,.,. ,,,,.... W ayne .,.... ....... 2 9 35 ..,.. ........ M idland ...... ....,.. 3 2 28 ..... ................ P eru .............. ...... 3 8 27 ..... ............... H astinqs ..,......,... ...... 3 9 50 . ..,.. .,....... N ebraska Wesleyan ....... ...... 4 O 49 ,.... ................... Y ork ................. 14 Page 76 "Big Paul" Blessing, high point man for the Antelopes with 147 points, was the hub of the attack with his deadly one-hand pivot shot. His under-basket play ranked him a berth on nearly all the opponents teams in addition to the All-Conference team. Bernard Davis, senior center, re- turned to the squad after a year's du- ties in the teaching field, and ranked with the fine leading Antelope scorers. The tallest man on the squad, Bernie was especially dangerous on set-ups, and controlled a large number of re- bounds. Bernard has proved a valu- able asset to the Antelopes. Nick Mitchell, junior forward, was the shortest man on the squad and possessed one of the best basket eyes. "Wee-Boar" was continually up against taller men but his speed and drive put him on equal footing with any of them. Bill Anderson, freshman guard, per- formed all season as sub and always could be counted on for a good brand of ball while in the game. Bill has won for himself the recognition of being the best dribbler on the Antelope squad. Bill always played a hard, fast game showing up splendidly in defensive work. Page 77 M. ' w B 'sf 4 it . . Following his shot in is George Layton, and number 44, coming from the corner, is Blessing who is getting ready to take the rebound. The picture was taken at the the Chadron Eagles . . ." exciting game with 5 Gilbert Wilson, sophomore forward, after a great year last season, was hampered the latter part of this season by a badly wrenched knee. "Big Gill" provided the fans with many thrills with his arching, one- handed swishers. Gilbert was always a cool, dependable defensive as well as an offensive man. Lewis Mathews, a junior forward, easily stands out as the most earnest and the best ball-handler and passer of the 1940 squad. Never a high point man, "Louie" was very valuable as "feeder" in set-up plays and for his defense ability. He sets a fine example of the type of sportsmanship that is prevelant on the basketball court. isis W. pw' George Layton, senior guard, was pro- moted from the "B" team before the dual series with Chadron and he started every game thereafter. George, the only left-hand- er on the team, had a reserve supply of team spirit and a fine respect for sportsman- ship and cooperation. Devoted to the game of basketball, Georg-e played the game most earnestly. Paul Newell, freshman guard, showed up well in the last half of the season with his stalwart, defensive play, and his accuracy on gift tosses. Paul also controlled the major- ity of jump balls in which he figured, as well as the back-board rebounds. Much is to be expected of Paul in his remaining years at K. S. T. C. Page 78 ti- . 77-., -... f W rr Art Stegernan, senior guard, ranks as the most popular man on the team. "G-randad" land what a fine onel was the Antelope's outstanding defensive ace, and he was very instrumental in Kearney's first flash of the season. Art, during his career at this col- lege, has chalked up a splendid record and has lettered in football, basketball and track. Ora Lindau, junior forward, was one of the coolest men playing on the Kearney court this year. "Orie" was an excellent passer and was also an important "team- player." He was an accurate shooter with a deadly basket eye, and he was always will- ing and dependable. Tom Iourney was one of the smoothest forwards on the team this season. "Stocky Torn" was second high point man. He had his big night in Kearney's 50 to 40 victory over Wesleyan when his set-shots couldn't miss. Stanley Harris, freshman forward from Chappell, was also promoted from the "B" team at mid-season and proved in his first varsity game against Chadron that he was of first class caliber. A real sportsman with a sterling character, "Hard-working Stan" was an inspiration to the team and he rose to qreat heights with four, last quarter, long shots as Kearney downed Wayne 43 to 4l. First Row: Assistant Coach, Hur- old Bncong Stanley Harris, Lewin Mathews, Om Lindau, Bill Ander- son, Tom Journey, Nick Mitchell. Head Basketball Coach, Harold Oaks. Second Row: Arthur Stcgeman, Paul Blessing, Gilbert Wilson, Ber- nard Davis, Paul Newell, George Layton. Page 79 n the Cinders With the coming of spring one hears such things as "No kidding, he did it in 10 flat" or, "He can do 6 even." Then every after- noon a group of gray clad boys make their Way, full of pep, to the athletic field and vigorously "work-out," then Wearily Wend their Way home to a late supper. These are , signs that the Antelope's tracksters are on V . 9, , hu the job and are out to "get things done." ,,. E J- .-, "Pop's" Cinder pounders, and he did have , a fine group of men out "on the field" this spring, show prospects of being able to ac- complish a lot for the college this year. And even though the unfavorable Weather during the early part of the track season hampered their Workouts, this should be a very suc- cessful vear for them. Francis Baker Franklin Scott t Broad jump, discus, juvelin. Pole vault, high hurdles. F Bill Anderson Paul Blessing Pole vault. Discus, javelin. - I s First Row: F. Scott, M. Wiems, B. Anderson, S. Scott, S. Copely, F. Baker, M. Ingram, B. Stafford, C. Brugh, J. Gallagher, F. Rapp. Second Row: H. Ludeke. J. Haessler, C. Miller, C. Meyer, F. Ugai, D. Blincow, V. Bachman, M. Wilmot, H. Barnes, R. Mnrhenke, O. Linde- blad, A. Stegeman, Wx Dority. Third Row: Coach "Pop" Klein, L. Wiedman, M. Dat-ling, M. Sl-nada, T. Journey, G. Binger, M. Stewart, W. Newcomb, G. Lindeblnd, B. Beat, E. Haase, J. Mackey. Fourth Row: D. Lilyhorn, D. Stackhouse, B. Neilen, Cedarberg, L. McCullough, A. Segler, J. Harbuugh, J. Bulla, .P. Newell, A. Ozanne. Page 80 d,,.,: .., I , f 1 Us .1 ' Q, I X, I .. -x x ' if rr L' P 'L A X as gf ww- 4 Q-vt' wg' ty 1 1 T Q' .J KLM -V Q., o Q , '-Q ,V 5.. 1 Q- . als, fri ,5 ,X-.. ,Q-4' , uw J . A , K is 1 ur Traclfmen Vigorously Workout ". . . Max Hester, K Club president, is a sprint man and runs the 220 and the re- lay . . ." . . lames Bulla, Cal vice-president and a conference champ in low hurdles, also goes in for high hurdles and broad jump . . ." . . Wayne Dority, another senior, runs the mile and the two mile . . ." . . Max Ingram, Phi Tau soccer ball man- ager, runs the 100 yard, 220 yard and 440 yard dash-and he's on the relay team . . ." ". . . Earl Haase, a senior and a high hur- dle conterence champ, also 'gets over' the low hurdles in good shape . . ". . . lohn Haessler runs the mile and the two mile . . . . Arthur Stegeman, an all-around-good athlete, runs the 220 and the 440 yard dash and also the relay . . ". . . Carl tTinyl Meyer is on the relay team and runs the 100 and 220 yard dash . . ." ". . . Merle Stewart, manager of Cal intra- murals, runs the l00, the 220 and the 440 yard dash-he's also on the relay team . . ." ". . . Floyd Rapp runs the one-halt mile, the mile and in the relays . . Page 81 'A .1 ' ' 4 XJ. ". . . Elmer McKinney, State Golf Champ, is seen doing one ot those 'true-to-form' drives . . ". . .Three members ol our golf team, Bacon, Helvey and McKinney, seem to be discus- sing golf techniques-or some- thin' . . I A Champ The spotlight oi Nebraska amateur golf falls on our own Elmer McKinney who is a junior at the col- lege, a Cal-ond a "Math Ace." Elmer is quite the sportsman and the time he doesn't spend on mathe- matics, he spends practicing on those true-to-iorm drives we so often see him make. He's popular on the campus, especially with the blondes, and he swings as gracefully on the dance floor as he does on the green. With his determination, his many hours spent practicing, and the support of his many friends, he should establish an even better record this year. One who has won many western Nebraska golf tournaments, and is a member of the team, is Har- old Bacon from Holdrege. Last summer, he Won the tournament at the University of Southern Cali- fornia. Fairbury is represented on the team by Wes Helvey who plays a consistent game and is a valu- able man to the Antelope team. Bob Iohnson of Kearney is the third member oi the team. He shoots a fine game and should prove a balance to our team. Page 82 In '. , . 'Cals' and Phi Taus really 'get in and tight' when they Physical education should be an important re- ploy touch football . I In quirement in the curriculum oi every college, Par- ticipation in sports gives the student the opportunity to gain self confidence and the chance to form worth- while habits which will benefit him in adult lite. And since the majority ot college men aren't of varsity caliber, intrarnurals otter to them a Way in which they may use their leisure time to the greatest ad- vantage. The now well-rounded intramural program which We have here was started several years ago and because ot the interest it creates, it has grown steadily. Then too, the intramurals aren't confined to touch football and basketball alone: there's bad- minton, shuttle board, ping pong, tennis, and others in which one may take a part. The Cals and the Phi Taus, the Y. M. C. A., the Boars, the Dorm boys, and several other groups organize and give each other keen competition as each puts forth its best ettorts in an attempt to Win the plaque which is pre- sented to the group having the highest number ot points at the end of the year. The plaque last year Went to the Phi Taus who were the grand champions and Whose very close opponents were the All Americans. ". . . A happy Phi Tau touch football team-champs of that sport-poses for a picture . . ." a. .,, 15 " P . . --.gt g or 1. 'gg ". . . Tennis, played ' if Q on the new courts .,.f- -.-.....-.. . ...M--...-+5-- . --,. - - -W V -'V' we P- west of Men's Hall, is lit-....4,f--,-.f-f----"""' "' .: a favorite sport of "' . many . . ." ' Y ...--...n' .-.-' . -. - 0' A---.. , go-rev'-0190+-bln-0-tag-A-If'1u'91l" fs. 5' l ' Q C' " i ,Qf',,g.....4 ff'-' P -:dia Page83 fi. 3 xx-E Page 84 l ntramuruls . . Merle Stewart, Max Ingram and a number of others are seen as they raced clown the track in the first inter-class meet ol the season. Ingram does the 220, the 440 and also runs in the relay-and he's manager ot one ol the Phi Tau intramural teams . . ." . . Earl Haase-a senior-is a last year's conference champ in the high hur- dles, and in the picture we see Earl as he clears a hurdle in his usual good form. Next Year Eearl, now a proud father, will be teaching . . ." . . You've all heard ot the 'Boars,' and here's their Winning intramural basket- ball team which was headed by none other than Barney Rapp, The Boars were very active in all oi the intramural sports this Year and did a lot to keep up interest and enthusiasm in that phase ot the phys-A ical education program . . ." Intramural Teams Challengers ........ . Dorm ............ Unknown ...... Boars .........., Phi Taus ........ Caledanians ..... Y. M. C. A. ...... . Lost ..,.,.,.,..,,.,.. Their Managers Orville Pearson ...Morris Wilmot ...Paul Hibbard ........Barney Rapp .........Carl Oran .,..Merle Stewart .........Leo Douglas .....Hugh Barnes Rhythm Loyalty Leadershyn Rhythm! They have it! One-two-three! Hands, arms, legs, feet-all in perfect suc- cession. So carefully was each routine worked out that the group received enthusi- astic applause after each number at the Christmas Festival. At the request of the Zip Club, the girls repeated their act at the Chadron-Kearney basketball game. Here, as before, their program was well received. Sportsmanship, loyalty, and leadership comprise the three primary aims of the Women's Athletic Association, organized on this campus in 1937 for the purpose of pro- viding recreation and entertainment for all girls interested in physical activity. Interest in the association is evidenced by continual increase in attendance and by the ever vary- ing forms of activity. A visit to the weekly Tuesday "Roundup" reveals all types of young women indulging in all types of games and activities, such as swimming, tumbling, archery, and badmin- ton, A word to the wise: "Men, you're simply not allowed at these roundups. lt you go, well-don't say you weren't warned." To be sure these girls aren't really rough, but they are full of spirit and do enjoy a good time. They have it tool One girl re- marked, when practising for the tumbling act tit was really Marjorie Gwinnl, "l'm just stiff all over." -Perhaps she was stiff but there was certainly no evidence of it when it came time for the performance. Each year the following awards are given for special achievement in the organization: first award, large 'K' with W. A. A. across the front: seccnd, a 'K' pin: third, a necklace with a 'K'p and fourth, a 'K' sweater. Miss Faye Colegrove is sponsor. sms-Q4. Page 85 .I ...',. A 'WE tv- ' H 1 L ' E :if- ' ii.Q..:.f. 'H 3 f f . 3-2,2 2-It. ff ., Ii., K . t , H First Row: E. Toops, L. Wiedman, M. Wilmot, L. Kerr, G. UI brick, D. Fahey, F. Ugai, G. Bartunelc, M. Schoenthul. Second Row: M. Ingram, F. Baker, T. Journey, F. Rapp, A Stegemnn, M. Hester, L. Thomas, C. Meyer, M. Shade, B. Rapp. Third Row: O. Lindau, J. Haesler, H. Stobbe, J. Bulla, tP. Blessing, E. McKinney, H. Bacon, E. Haase, B. Fiegenbaum. Fourth Row: N. Mitchell, P. Shelmadine, P. Newell, J. Fritchie, G. Wilson, D. Burch, B. Anderson, L. Mathews, Head Coach and Director of Athletics, L. F. Klein. ur Honor Athletes Not many years ago, just before the time that "Pop" Klein arrived on the campus, ath- letics was more or less of a meaningless Word. With a condition like that existing, it didn't take "Pop" long to get into action and get his men interested in having an organiza- tion that would make athletics mean more to all Who were interested, and even to those who didn't have much interest in that phase of college life. Today, the K Club is the honorary organ- ization of the athletic department of the col- lege. lt represents the men who through their Work on the varsity teams have earned a letter HK". lt has as one of its main pur' poses, that oi maintaining an active interest in Kearney athletics throughout the year and of stimulating the interest of the student body in the athletic teams that represent them on the field and on the basketball court. The members have also promoted the idea that participation encourages sports- manship, a vital factor in any phase of life. No doubt the highlight of the year is the festivities which follow the football season: and for these activities, the K Club is respon- sible. A dance is planned by the club and just a few days preceding the dance, an election is held at a convocation where the students at large vote on the young woman they want for a Gridiron Queen and a man Whom they think is representative and pos- sesses the qualities of an ideal college man. One oi the main attractions at the dance is usually a solo which is sung by "Pop" in that rich tenor voice of his-a floor show-and Page 86 several novelty numbers, Near the close oi the evening's festivities, the president ot the club presents the Most Popular and Repre- sentative Man and the Gridiron Queen- this year, Clayton Morey and Helen Louise Lockhart. Immediately after the crowning, there is the Queen's Dance where the Queen and the Most Representative Man dance to- gether. Ot course, the dance is not all that the K Club sponsors. It takes the main responsi- bility ot sponsoring the intramural program and seeing that it runs smoothly at all times. Some of the members draw up schedules, some notify managers of the teams, and oth- ers get out and help to keep the interest strong t . . 'Pop' Klein, K Club president-Max Hester, and 'Storzie' Smith 'talk it over' at the annual K Club dance last tail . . in this work. In order that the organizations taking part in this worthwhile program will have more of an incentive to put into it all that they have, the club now awards a plaque to the group which has the highest number ot points at the end oi each intra- mural season. Previous to last year, it had awarded medals which had the name ot the sport inscribed on them. The Phi Tau Gam- ma iraternity won the plaque last year which was the first time it was awarded. Max Hester, a real athlete, sportsman, and friend, is this year's K Club president. He is a senior and is from Beaver City, Ne- braska. ' Page 87 -2 4 52 F W- 1' A .r- MQ gp, M - . V, A " 6 Q E UNUKQ' 'GWNQ m. I .,A.t' -. :SL-1. ' , -.,,g-, 3+ . ' 'Wh 'wing . ffm 1 :gy . 1' Q 'iff L J I :1i2 g f ' 0 " wwf' , P ,M f r . rM1id'S2'fSW Q . "y, , I 'M AA' Q g3.,.,mww ,mlm -9 4 - . ' , . - M., -' " . . 1 . P L V v . NV . Q . A nl , .1 I ' y 1 I. . ... . -V Q V, . B-, in H H ji." I will" Q. . -.6 -5: E-, , , - . "' .:?'-fzih ,:. QA , , ' - ' 1 V 5 Q., Q-F ,, , H - I ..' , , 1 si 0 XX. x .- l . , I ' , tfxi, it , , i ' .,f"lgg-,..- M,:s- Photographs of campus activities bring back memories of happy days spent at one's Alma Mater-memories of friends who loaned you a tie when you had to dress for a formal, of friends who helped you get that last minute date, who helped you struggle through your math and science and Latin, and who aided you when you crammed for tests. They remind you of dances, fra- ternities, sororities, and other organizations of which you were a member, of kings and queens, basketball, football and track, of dramatic club presenta- tions, interesting convocations, and many informal good times that no Kearney student Wants to forget. Back to one's memory comes the picture of freshmen with their green caps, of freshmen carrying boxes, of homecoming, the K Club dance, the Christmas festival, hell week for pledges, and of twos, threes, fours, and fives as they sat together in the auditorium or strolled together on the campus. And always when one looks at these pictures and thinks of his many good times, he is reminded of the quotation, "Of no worldly good can the en- joyment be perfect, unless it is shared by a friend." ". . . students 'swing out' to the tunes of Laddie Lysinger and his orchestra at one of the all college dances . . ." Page 89 Q' nee Each Yearmpp Each year, along about the first Week in October, numerous old grads allow their thoughts to wander to the campus of their Alma Mater and many of them leave their work for a day or two and return to the campus to renew acquaintances, greet in- structors, and to make new friends. And on the campus, faculty and students alike prepare for homecoming with an air of eager anticipation, for with it comes a rous- ing football game, a meeting of the alumni association, and all school dance. This year was no exception and a gala time marked the day from start to finish. The night before homecoming the freshman-bow carrying-week was climaxed by a huge bon- fire. The "ghost" of the enemy at football, Wesleyan, which had been lying in the main hall for a Week, was duly burned in effegy at the bonfire. Gaudy fraternity dec- orations and campus signs, a Phi Tau pledge parade, the Cals' decoration of lVIen's Hall, and the tissue paper robed Phi Tau house all added color to the campus. The Antelopes brought homecoming day to a happy' ending by defeating Wesleyan 26 to 2. The day was a happy one for fresh- men too, because they defeated the upper- classmen at tug of war, and according to tra- dition, did not have to Wear their green caps for the remainder of the semester. When homecoming day is over, alumni return to their chosen professions, and tired, happy students look enthusiastically toward the task of rounding out another year of Work and play on the campus that makes Homecoming Day possible. ". . . Freshmen did unusually Well this year, and We had the biggest homecoming bonfire We've had in years . . Page 90 -24 M x. .....,.... P X N525 .M P A W ,.A.,: 'ii' fi W-153 5 ' "gf 1::-: Q ?' i am zzz Ax' ' x fe if ' e x "" Egg wi-sk sg ' o ,Y fe 25 K ij lx X li, I , :-: a-af. x 9 gf M " 5 5 lk 3 x Bw E, gs fi 1- .HV N n fb 95 X' 'Rs s I . -. 5 "I, 5 , "ffl J' ' 1 'gm F B Q , 1 , ... .E e in N f . , wav egg 'ww L fn, ,. x . . iw ,"' XX? kv"""i mf. 1, ,,. .WN ' s ' ,pa ei 455 V - ' r-A , 'xv ,. .. ss X D V x .AB .,, .-4. ' :Nil . ,. A f' : 3? SQ . fp, Q, P ir' M LJ Vuslilwff H Q 5 K , wg, ,, , A+ ' . xx I ' .1 .- b. 34 'f' A 5 H ,, , ss Ma "We Pay Tribute t0...M Versatile Clayton Morey, selected by pop- ular vote as our Most Popular and Most Prep- resentative man for 1939-40. Mousey's" cheerful disposition has won him many friends. His activities have includ- ed almost every phase of student lite and he has entered all ot them with equal interest and enthusiasm. This year, he was president of the Zip Club, played leading roles in both all college plays, served on the junior teach- er training committee, and still found time to assist in the Commercial Department and take an active part in the Phi Tau Gamma fraternity. Morey's amiable personality, sterling char- acter, his interest and dependability in pro- moting activities, make him especially de- serving of the title "Most Representative Man." Everyone applauded as the crown ot white flowers was placed on the head of Helen Louise Lockhart-thus making her the 1939 Gridiron Queen. Helen Louise was a junior this year and has been active in Omega Alpha Tau and the Home Economics Club, has served on the student council two years, and was in the a cappella choir one year. She has also been vice-president oi the Iuanita Sorority and will be the Iuanita's president next year. She has a Winning smile and an ambitious, hapDY manner that marks her as one oi our progressive students. Her "Court" experi- ences Were climaxed this year when she was one oi the attendants ot the May Queen at the May Pete. Page 92 . 'gm is ., D I 'CANDIDATES LINE UP FOR K CLUB'S VERDICT' R0 N G9-Wx EL?-N 'Hx q 3qEN1l f cvI05 NJOTE I EA . Aw ON OUELSV SRZT 'W TI 'V I I 9' ' I xi? . BQ' Li H ' S gf lx bg U :IAE I ' ,fe E , 5 A MOREY , .,,. .....f ,' I Wu I 9 O I fl' THE KING AND QUEEN TALK THINGS OVER l IW ' - gf, It Q Qfpf 3, 1-Lg 'I I If 'I 61, ,I X gr , df 4' " I939 MOST POPULAR AND REPRESENTATIVE MAN" - VERSATILE, FRIENDLY-CLAYTON II Img- ? IXL ,-410583, inns Swgys QP-Vwu ITIP56 S LAY' EMBEVS "PHl TAUS" ENTER- TAIN FIRST SEMESTER Q Q PLEDGES AT THE RAINBOW ROOM I In ..i r H: ' r . fat, II -I A'I4'rI:II-TE IPL , ' - , 135-3 ' as 4 'ASI My 'Jw CAFE L' ,, lil' QV! 5 X415 743' Ig E UENAXS on Q, Nw . af . Q lx Tv' YI X wr 1, 'Q xg' .Q -Q, fr h , 0 . QS I 1 6 I, ' C 1 owce XTJIELXGH 2.15 o . A A -fi They Reigned t Ar Christmas All of those who know Ruth Nicholas tRuthie to youi, know that she possesses the qualities of a real queen. "Ruthie's" quiet, distinc- tive Ways and her patience and poise, have gained for her a large number of friends. This year, Ruthie was a junior, and in addition to being Christmas Queen, was also president of the Y. W. C. A. During the time she has been in college she has been active in a number of organizations and is especially known for her hobbies of music and hiking. In fact, Ruthie is majoring in music and everyone likes to hear her play aside from classroom routine. The last two summers Ruthie has been one of the Kearney delegates to the Estes Student Conference at Estes Park, Colo- rado. She has been active in a cappella choir, symphony orchestra, Future Teachers, and Beta Pi Theta. With such a splendid background Ruthie's pleasing, adept man- nerisms should gain a unique place for her in whatever type of Work she decides to take up. lt is only natural that we elect a Christmas King to reign with "Queen Ruthie," and who would have been better qualified than Mer- ton Ekwall-who last year had plenty of practice getting accustomed to, and acquainted with the Queen-to-be. Merton was a sophomore this year and in this short time his college days have been full of varied activities. He has been a mem- ber of the symphony orchestra, a cappella choir, Academy of Math and Science, a member of the Y. M. C. A. cabinet, and next year he is to be president of the Y. M. C. A. Like Ruth, Merton has also been an enthusiastic "Y" Worker and he attended the Estes Student Conference last summer. This year he served as regional co-chairman of the Cre- ative Leisure Commission group with headquarters on the KearneY campus. The region embraces a five state area, so the "King" really has a largertdomain than that indicated by the campus. Merton is known for his dependability, studious ways, and per- sonality of genuine friendliness. Page 94 Q N 4, L, 9 gn Ll? I' WW 0 X I 2 - 1 H Qygji ff I , A. I. , X r , an -f":-- -. L, , -63211 4 31935129 H :TL u Q P sX9"Q v, , , X 'T ' F FQ x ' I . , ,. ' .1 . ,5A., ,Q ' . -HG A vmqyg A ' A 44 , .R Q, ig 3: . P 1. leasurulile Hours . . Edith Lester and ferry Hollingsworth loaf-charming 'Millie' Lantz does a luanita curtsy--notice M. CraVen's 'little' shoes iihey're all luanita pledges and it's Hell Week for themi-Charlotte Blessing and Woody Meier enjoy a radio program at the 'House oi Elder'-Men's Council president, Art Stegeman, and others, gather 'round' the fountain-Dolores Bryner and Editor Devine don't seem to be arguing l1ereMBernie Goldstein behind the Cal homecoming decoration-one of Miss Wirt's panel discussions- Iim Canedy looks down at the collegewlimmy Harbaugh, Marge Hollingsworth and Rod Johnson enjoy a coke al the Huddle . . Page 97 Rites of May Our May Pete is the most colorful event of the year, and everyone, especially the girls, eagerly look forward to it. lt's an old tra- dition-a Queen, representative ot the high- est standards and ideals of young woman- hood, is selected by popular vote. Her Maid of Honor is the one receiving the second highest number of votes and attendants are chosen by the classes. This year, Miss Faye Colegrove directed the pageant-a historical presentation showing various phases ot lite from time of Old Fort Kearney to the present. .ru"! W 7 Attendants .... Senior-Albertine Cornelius and Helen Hendrickson. Junior-Helen Louise Lockhart and Maurine Smith. Sophomore-Iosephine Duering and Marge Hollingsworth ' Freshman-Betty Harrington and Gerry Slocum. ni! '-Q , ', gps, :Gt 5 'as 'Q V In G2 -'-" . . - Page 98 'PWQ Honor Thom... 99 Mllfloid of Honor . . . is Addah lane Ludden of Kearney. She's a luanita, a member ot Xi Phi, Pi Kappa Delta, Y. W. C. A. and several other organizations. Addah lane is well liked, is a leader and is one of Ne- braska's best debaters-she's indeed deservina of this honor . . Page 99 M ueen o May . . . is beautiful and talented Anna lane H uflstutter of Kearney. She's a Sigma, a member of Xi Phi, ot the Y. W. C. A. and is student council vice-president. Her charming per- sonality, her accomplishments and qualities of leadership make her very deserving of the honor of May Queen . . ." .Rei Qs? 5 -A fl A Sign?-wi, " M .S fax 1 5 " , V "ca g,Q,g,,f,5.tPe7f! D if Ng ,, Page100 l Mi' I I I Long after the subject matter of the classroom may be ioqoiten, the lessons learned from the contacts and friendships of a large student family will affect our lives and actions. The amicable exchange of ideas has taught us to face our present-day political, economic, and social problems with a spirit of tolerance and open- mindedness. ". . . some upperclassmen, who look rather 'studious' as they 'puzzle' over a I I S test in one of Miss Mildred Payne's commercial classes . . ." Page 101 Wliops Who Among students in American Universities ' And Colleges for 1939-1110 Iuanita Gilpin, Grand Island, a corn- Addah lane Ludden. Kearney, a debater and leader. Dorothy Iepsen, North Platte, president of Future Teachers and a promoter. Wayne Frazer, Republican City, Student Council and Xi Phi presi- dent, and a friend and leader. rnercial student and a secretary. 4 fv Lewis Mathews, Rising City, an athlete, a friend, a leader-and next yearfs, Men's Council presi- dent. ". . . And, 'Believe it or not,' they're all active members of XI Phi, honorary scholastic fraternity . . ." Page 102 066. , 19404 HO ot: I GRADUATES Selected by members of the faculty because of their scho- lastic rating and their leadership, they are: Dorothy Jepson North Platte, Nebraska Ingrid Larson Axtell, Nebraska Addah jane Ludden Kearney, Nebraska Mary Elaine Thornton Kearney, Nebraska Elizabeth Whitnach Kearney, Nebraska Page 103 1-"N 4 H , 1 t Lls, ii ii 51 'rl ... . , P, s E :Z 3 -:--'I :.: -14. lerome Wimberley, president of his class for all four years, strolls to- ward the administration building . . ." Evelyn Abernathy Future Teachers of America 1. Elden V. Bass Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 4, vice-president '40g Pi Kappa Delta 25 Business Manager of Blue and Gold '40g Sigma Tau Delta 15 Pre Medic Club 23 History Club 15 A Cappella Choir 23 Mens Ensemble 2. Betty' Barney Juanita. Sorority 3, treasurer '40g Home Economics Club 25 Pre Medic Club 25 Y. W. C. A. 15 A Cap- pella Choir 1. Winona Batie Zeta Chi Alpha Sorority 25 Home Economics Club 2, president '40g Omega Alpha Tau 25 Future Teachers of America. 25 Y. W. C. A. 2. Imogene Baumqartner Robert Bell Y. M. C. A. 4, president '39, Estes Co-chairman- Rocky Mountain Region 2 yearsg Caledonian Frater- nity 2, secretary '38g Tironian Club 4, treasurer '38g A Cappella Choir 23 Intramural 2. Dale Best Men's Council 2, president '39g Y. M. C. A. 4, treasurer '36, secretary '37, vice-president '38 and '393 Sigma Tau Delta 1, Editor of Antler '4Og Future Teachers of America 2, viceapresident and program chairman '40. Iessie Blakeslee Y. W. C. A. 23 Future Teachers of America 1. Charlotte Blessing Juanita Sorority 33 Y. W. C. A. 23 Zip Club 25 All College Play 23 A Cappella Choir 15 Pre Medic Club 1. Iames Bulla Caledonian Fraternity 2, vice-president '405 Trackg K Club. Dwight' E. Burch Y. M. C. A, lg History Club 2g German Club 15 K Club 25 Track 25 Intramurals 3. Elihu D. Berg 4 Y. M. C. A. 3, vice-president '40g History Club 33 Academy of lvlath and Science 25 Future Teachers of America 25 Pre Medic Club 1, vice-president '40g Track 15 Football 23 Intramurals 4. 3fll.!.9H3 l r i Frances Bennett Y. W. C. A. 4: Pi Kappa Delta 43 Home Economics Club 45 Aspasians 4: Beta Pi Theta I, recording sec- retary '40g Future Teachers of America lg St. Cecilians 2. Marion Clark Caledonian Fraternity 2, secretary '39g Pi Omega Pi 3, treasurer '38, president '39 and ,409 Men's Council 25 Y. M. C. A. 35 Tironians 35 Le Cerclc Francais 2. Blair Codner Sigma Theta Phi Sorority 25 Xi Phi lg Y. W. C, A. 4. vice-president '40g Womcn's Council 1, vice-prcsi- dent '39: Tironian Club 25 Zip Club 25 Home Eco- nomics Club 2g A Cappella Choir 45 Symphony Or- chesrrag St. Cccilians 1. Albertine Cornelius Y. W. C. A. 4, social chairman '37, secretary '38, treasurer '39g Zip Club 2, vice-president '38g Dean's Council 2: Student Council lg Tironian Club 23 St. Cccilians lg All College Play lg Christmas Queen '38. Duane Cornelius Caledonian Fraternity 3, treasurer '38g Pre Medic Club 25 Zip Club 49 Tironian Club 43 Academy of Math and Science 4: Y. M. C. A. 45 Mex-i's Council 23 Student Council 1. Bernard Davis Caledonian Fraternity 13 Y. M. C. A. 2g Tironian Club 23 Basketball 35 Intramurals 1. Eldon Davis Y. M. C. A. 25 Intramurals 2g Future Teachers of America 1. Wayne Dority Track 4. Allen Elliott Emmett Engstrom Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 3, treasurer '39 and '4-09 Tironians 2g Sr. Cecilians 1. Virginia Evers Sigma Theta Phi Sorority 33 Xi Phi lg Pi Omega Pi 25 Intramuralsg W. A. A. Mari Fiebig Page 105 SEHIUHS Wayne Frazer Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 4, vice-president '39g Student Council 3, president '40, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 19403 Zip Club 2, president '39g Xi Phi 2, president '405 Sophomore vice-presidentg Lyceum Committee '393 Track 1, Intramurals 1g Cheer leader 2. Alberta Frerichs Y. W. C. A. 4, cabinet member '39 and '4Og Tiron- ian Club 2, president '40, Home Economics Club 3, secretary '39, Symphony Orchestra 45 Zip Club 3: Future Teachers of America lg W. A. A. lg Secre- tary-treasurer of senior class. lames Friichie Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 33 Traclcg K Club. Carlton Goodwin Student Council lg Y. M. C. A. 13 Member of "Guide for Student Teacher Observation and Partici- pationn committee '40. Marjorie Gwin W. A. A., Y. W. c. A. Evelyne Hallgren Zeta Chi Alpha Sorority 4, president '39 and '405 Y. W. C. A. 4, secretary '40, Intra-Fraternity-Sorority Council 2, treasurer '40, Xi Phi 2, Home Economics Club 4, treasurer '39, State President of Student Clubs '38, Omega Alpha Tau 3, secretary-treasurer '393 Eip Club 25 Aspasians 2, secretary '38g Pre Medic lub 2. Frances Hancock Y. W. C. A. 25 German Club lg Zip Club 33 Aspasians 3, treasurer '40: Blue and Gold Staff lg Pte Medic Club 2, Future Teachers of America lg Antler Staff 1, Business Manager '4Og All College Play 1. Lawrence Hansen Caledonian Fratemity 35 Antelope Business Manager for summer of '39. lames Harloaugh Caledonian Fraternity 4, president '40: Intramurals 45 Inter-Fraternity-Sorority Council 25 Men's Council lg Football 23 Track 23 Tennis Team 1. Helen Hendrickson Juanita Sorority 4, treasurer '39, Snow Queen '39, corresponding secrexary '40, Y. W. C. A. 43 Tironian Club 43 Home Economics Club 3, treasurer '40, Dem- onstration Team '38 and '39g Omega Alpha Tau 25 Zip Club 45 Academy of Math and Science lg May Queen Attendant '40. Vivian Henline Sigma Theta Phi Sorority 45 Symphony Orchestra 4: A Cappella Choir 35 St. Cecilians 23 Pi Omega Pi 25 Tironians 23 Xi Phi 25 German Club lg Y. W. C. A. 43 Future Teachers of America 1. Max Hester Caledonian Fraternity 45 Football 45 K Club 4, president '40g Track 3, Intramural Board '39 and '4O. Page 106 Ruth Hoffert - Y. W. C. A. 25 Future Teachers of America 1. Gerald Hollingsworth Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 45 Inter-Fraternity-Soron ity Council 15 Symphony Orchestra 45 Band 35 Men's Ensemble lg A Cappella Choir lg Intramurals 25 Senior class vice-president. Anna lane I-Iufistutter Sigma Theta Phi Sorority 4, president '395 Student Council 3, vice-president '405 Y. W. C. A. 3. cabinet member 1 yr.g Xi Phi 25 Dcan's Council 15 Inter-Frm ternity-Sorority Council 25 Zip Club 15 A Cappella Choir 15 May Queen Artendent 2: May Queen ,40. Keith Ingram Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 15 Intramural 1. Dorothy Iepsen Xi Phi 2. secretary '405 Sigma Tau Delta 1, rc- porrur '40, Wiiiner of Burn's Award Editorial Contest '395 Future Teachers of America 2, secretary '39, president '40g Zip Club 4, secretary 39, vice-president '405 Y. W. C. A. 3. Cabinet member '395 Dean's Council 15 Academy of Math and Science 33 History Club I5 Home Economics Club Ig W. A. A. 15 Wl1n's Wlio Among Students In American Universities and Colleges 19405 Honor Graduate. Arthur lohnson Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 15 Omega Alpha Tau 3, president '40. Don lohnson Phi Tau Gamma Fratemity 45 Inter-Fraternity- Soror- ity Council 13 Basketball 45 K Club 35 Intramurals 4. Ianice lones Juanita Sorority 45 Zip Club 45 Book Demonstra- tion Team 35 A Cappella Choir 25 Y. W. C. A. 35 German Club 15 Theatre Arts Club 1. Kathryn Kinq Y. W. C. A. 35 Symphony Orchestra 3: A Cappella Choir 45 Saint Cecilians 35 Band 15 Spanish Club 25 Zip Club 35 Women's Council 1. lnqrlcl Larson Sigma Theta Phi Sorority 3, vice-president '40g Pi Omega Pi 2, treasurer '405 Xi Phi 2: Beta Pi Theta 3, treasurer '39. vice-president '4O5 Future Teachers of America Ig Y. W. C. A. 35 Tironian Club 15 Ger- man Club 25 Le Cercle Francais 1. George Layton Basketballg K Club. Dorothy' Lore-nzen A Cappella Choir lg Home Economics Club 1. ing . . ." Page 107 Vice-president Ierzy I-Iol lingsworth and Secretary treasur er discuss plans for cz class meet Addcrh Icme Ludden Juanita Sorority 43 Pi Kappa Delta 4, president '40: Dean's Council 1, president '40g Sigma Tau Delta 2, vicevpresident '403 Antler Staff, Business Manager '39g Beta Pi Theta 2. secretary '403 Xi Phi 2, vice-prcsi- dent '40: Aspasians 4, vice-president ,385 Y. W. C. A. 43 Academy of Math and Science 23 Le Cercle Fran- cais 1: Pre Medic Club 13 Zip Club lg German Club lg Who's Who Among Students in American Univer- sities and Colleges in l940Q Maid of Honor to May Queen '4O3 Honor Graduate. lorries Mctnninq Caledonian Fraternity lg Catholic Club 4, president '403 Pre Medic Club 2, president '403 Men's Council '393 A Cappella Choir 13 Band 23 Symphony Or- chestra 13 Academy of Math and Science 23 Tironians 2. David Mcrrymee Y. M. C. A. 4, president '403 Omega Alpha Tau 25 Academy of Math and Science lg History Club 33 In- tramurals 2. Chelys Moitley 'Zip Club 2g Cheer Leader 23 W. A. A. 13 Drum Major Ig Swimming Team 2. Claude Miller Track 43 K Club 33 History Club 25 Y. M. C. A. 3. Merry Evelyn Miller Sigma Theta Phi Sorority 3, secretary '39g Y. W. C. A. lg Zip Club 4: St. Cecilians 23 A Cappella Choir 33 Symphony Orchestra 33 Xi Phi 2, secretary '403 Book Demonstration Team 33 All College Play 1. Ervin Monninqton Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 3: Tironian Club 23 Intramurals 23 Football lg Basketball lg Track 1. Lorraine Moore Home Economics Club 3, treasurer '403 Tironian Club 35 Aspasians lg Symphony Orchestra 33 Band 25 A Cappella Choir lg Y. W. C. A. 1. Clcfyion Morey Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 33 Mc-n's Council 1, secv retary '393 Zip Club 4, president '40, Cheer Leader '39 and '403 Y. M. C. A. 3. Deputation Team 23 A Cappella Choir 33 Tironians l3 All College Play 43 Antelope Staff 2: Blue and Gold Staff 23 Member nf Junior Teacher Training Committee 19403 Most Rep- resentative Man ,403 Men's Ensemble 23 Theatre Arts Club 2. Edward Morrison Omega Alpha Tau 2, secretary '4O. lrene Parker Y, W. C. A. 23 History Club lg Latin Club I3 Academy ot' Math and Science lg Future Teachers of America 1. Mork Romsey Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 33 Football 45 K Club 43 Y. M. C. A. 2, Intramurals 2. SE H S Raymond Rapp Zip Club 45 Track 49 K Club 45 Intramurals. Norma Robertson Zeta Chi Alpha Sorority 2, secretary '40g Sigma Tau Delta 2, secretary '40: German Club 2, president '39g Future Teachers of America 2, secretary '4Og French Club l. Ieanette Rosenbaum A Cappella Choir 2. Mildred Rusmissell Sigma Theta Phi Sorority 45 Inter'Fraternity-Soror- ity Council lg Dcan's Council lg Y. W. C. A. 2. Dean Sergeant Men's Ensemble lg A Cappella Choir lg Y. M. C. A. 4, secretary '40g Academy of Math and Science 3: Omega Alpha Tau lg 'Future Teachers ot' America 1. Eleanor Sergeant Y. W. C. A. 2: Symphony Orchestra 2: A Cappella Choir lg Future Teachers of America lg W. A. A. 1. Page 109 .1"" an enthusiastic crowd watch- es the crowning of the Gridiron Queen . . ." Lillian Simpson Honxe Economics Club 25 Y. W. C. A. 1g Aspasians 1. Willard Smith Football 45 K Club 45 Intramurals. Letha Snider Sigma Theta Phi 33 Y. W. C. A. 4. Susanne Stearns Sigma Theta Pl-ii Sorority 25 Symphony Orchestra 2. Arthur Stegeman Men's Council 1, president '403 Football 43 Bas- ketball 4g K Club 43 Xi Phi 1g Track 4. Esther Stenqer German Club 23 Future Teachers of America 25 Zip Club 1. G Brooks, I. Bulla, D. Cornelius and C Carpenter seem very much concerned about some business at a Cal meeting . . . ' SEHIUHS Hazel Stenger Future Teachers of America 25 Band 2. lean Sullivan Xi Phi 25 Sigma Tau Delta 23 Antelope Editor '40, Symphony Orchestra 43 Band 35 A Cappella Choir lg Academy of Math and Science lg Y. W. C. A. 23 Tironian Club 2. Leona Sutherland - Sigma Tau Delta 1, treasurer '40g W. A. A. 15 Fu' ture Teachers of America 1. Ramona Talbot Sigma Theta Phi Sorority 2, president '40g Y. W. C. A. 25 Tironian Club 23 All College Play 2, as- sistant director of 'Our Town'. Mary Elaine Thornton Juanita Sorority 4: A Cappella Choir 45 Y. W. C. A. 49 St. Cecilians 25 Symphony Orchestra 35 Inter- Fraternity-Sorority Council lg Le Cercle Francais 1, president '40g Zip Club 33 Sigma Tau Delta 13 Fu- ture Teachers of America lg Tironian Club 25 All College Play lg Honor Graduate. Albert Waddell Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 49 Omega Alpha Tau 3, president '40g Traclcg Intramurals. Elizabeth Whitnack Xi Phi 3, treasurer '40g Future Teachers of Amer- ica 1, treasurer '40g Pi Omega Pi 3, vice-president '4O: Beta Pi Theta 4, secretary '39, president '40g Y. W. C. A. 35 Honor Graduate. Elizabeth Whitney Sigma Theta Phi Sorority 4, reporter '39g Y. W. C. A. 45 German Club 33 Antelope Staff 25 Catholic Club 2. Lyle Whiting Y. M. C. A.g Intramurals. Carolyn Williamson Y. W. C. A. 43 Zip Club 25 Future Teachers of America 25 Home Economics Club lg W. A. A. l. Imogene Sears Symphony Orchestra 45 Future Teachers of America 15 A Cappella Choir. ., Page 110 lerome Wimberley Caledonian Fraternity 4: Symphony Orchestra 49 A Cappella Choir 4: Y. M. C. A. 2. Dorothy Woodman Zeta Chi Alpha Sorority 25 Future Teachers of America. 2: Latin Club 2. secretary '39. Harlan Wyrick Academy of Math and Science I, president '4Og Omega Alpha Tau 23 Band lg Pre Medic Club 15 Future Teachers of America 1. Martha Yanney Aspasians 4, president '40g Zip Club 43 Hoxnc Economics Club 23 Pi Kappa Delta 4. secretarywreas- urer '39, vice-president '40g Y. W. C. A. 43 Intra- murals Zg Anlclopc Staff 2. Willema Young Zeta Chi Alpha Sorority 4, treasurer '39 and '40: Tironian Club 4, secretary '39g Y. W. C. A. 45 St. Cccilians lg Zip Club 25 Home Economics Club 3: Dearfs Council 1, vice-president '4Og W. A. A. 23 lnter'Fraternity-Sorority Council 2. 'Wilma Harder Future Teachers of Amr.-rica 2: Home Economics Club 2: Tironian Club 2. Mildred Hyde Luella Melvin Home Economics Club 2, vice-president '40g Pi Omega Pi 2, secretary '40g Future Teachers of Amer- ica 2g Rural Club 13 Tironian Club 2. Helen McMichael Frances Babcock Y. W. C. A. 1. Carl Oran Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity 4, president '40g Inter- Fraternity-Sororiry Council 2, president ,403 Y. M. C. A. lg Academy of Math and Science 23 Omega Alpha Tau 39 Student Council 15 Intramurals 3g Athletic Board 23 Swimming Team 33 Football 4. CTl'1is picture left out by mistake? Earl Haase Caledonian Fratemiry 4, vice-president '39g K. Club 4g Men's Council 1, treasurer '39g Track 43 Basket- ball 2g Football 23 Intramurals 3. Page 111 fn-. , .... Q. -1. X H l 1 First Row: V. Albrecht, P. Anderson, H. Barnes, G. Baisinqer, G. Bellinqer, T. Berq, P. Blessinq, S. Boisen, M. Brown, E. Burke. Second Row: I. Cahill, H. Devine, G. Faser, B. Floyd, A. Frame, I. Gilpin, B Grosh, F. Henrath, L. Hilty, L. Hendron Third Bow: M. Hipple, N. Holm, D Hulfstutter, V. Kramer, lvl. Larnoree, M Lantz, I. Larson, C. Lawson, D. Lewis, O. Lindeblad. . . A scene at one ol our rallies . . . l 1 xt lt Page 112 . . . Iunior class officers, Mitchell, Ly- sinqer and Smith, discuss plans for the annual banquet for the seniors-Al Achterberg quenches his thirst-Santa visits the Green Terrace girls-Iuanita girls study out on the campus . . ." Y' vff- fp '13 f 1 fMfll1 !? rw , , , , 1' ' ' .'- L' , A , , ul D .. ,, N N 1 ,, , xx V 1 1 I' N W 'Y ! 1 ' H I K ! E 9 l x , 1 fi 'V -4' V Y Wi-VA44 W i Al! x , 3 wx w 'K f H I Af: ". . . Dave Hutfstutter-jun- ior class president and next year's student council presi- dent . . ." . . Members of the Y. W. C. A. cabinet discuss plans for one of their meet- . If l1'1QlS . . . First Row: H. Lockhart, I. Ludden, E. Second Row: N. Mitchell, P. Mitchell, Lydiatt, L. Lysinqer, L. Mathews, L. Mc- N. Newman, R. Nicholas, F. Onstat, D. lllece, G. McGuire, W. Meier, G. Miller, G. Pearson, F. Peterson, M. Schoenthal, R. Mitchell. Morse, E. Sharrah. Page 114 Ti,-, .1 . il: is -ix Pia r ' i ,A ., . l H ll W , 1 , for ' 5 J 'slr . v- -1 ' i Third Row: F. Shiffermiller, M. Smith, S. Snowden, M. Stewart, M. Swan, I. Tay- lor, R. Wallace, I. Whitney, M. Wiqhtman, M. Wilnloi. ' fi ..a . . s, ,, ,Y 1-ffl' I ,M Page 115 . l gif f" .. L 3 1, ZZ, l f f , ff J ,. - " K 1 K1 , , .V , M T r l e ,H l Fl A v',' N I , 'ix 'Y il 1 Y ,, ,i 1 , W- , 44 jx 4 . -K Y .. ,. , g i , . ik, Lfi-.Iii fg -li-Y, 5 ' '. . . lust before the boys 'toolc off' for Chadron -lo Rankin-Wayne Frazer opens a Xi Phi meeting-Case Hall girls have an informal party-Max Darling and Duane Burkey study at Men's Hall--just a pole vaulter . . ." I n. w u , . .CEI ". . . Class president, Bob Iolinson, chats with 'Tiny' l Meyer at a Phi Tau dance . . , l l li: I ' tl l N . l A. . . Zelda Ieanne Ryan steps 'out of a box' to do her dance at the Sigma Christmas formal . . K l. . ,fl w .: , . . . . .. r or l . t . . i L l First Bow: D. Adams, A. Adee, V. Anderson, Q. Anderson, M. Arnold, B. Atkins, A. Baker V. Bailey, B. Behrens, M. Berryman, C. Bills, R. Bliss. Second Bow: V. Bouiler, D. Brown, H. Brown M. Brookley, A. Christensen, B. Corneer, I Cumminqs, W. Cushing, M. Czenkusch, P X, Dalhke, B. Danner, V. Davis. 1a if lv' Page ll5 SUPHUVHUHS Third Row: H. Demers, E. Drake, R. Dreyer, I. Duering, M. Ekwall, B. Franklin, P. Glen, B. Grant, E. Gross, L. Hanthorn, C. Hansen, C. Herrick. Fourth How: I. Harding, D. Henderson, W. Hendrickson, M. Hollingsworth, S. Houska, M. Ingram, D. Johnson, M. Iohnson, H. Koenig, L. Konecky, B. Krieder, D. Leggett. Page 117 r . gli Ht , A t - 1 L 1 r I , r . an an if a an an if -. . . Case Hall girls gather 'round the piano to sing--Dorothy Wyman and Cletis Warren enjoy a dance by Zelda Ieanne Ryan-freshmen carry boxes for the bonfire-Bill Pitt, George Newton and several others play cards at Mens Hall . . v A F' , T . fi l H " .S 1.. , 'lay' 1 I f ' ll 1 -N 1 , Mfr iw. it lL V QQ ' . ' r 'A r ,fl 4 . , N i. lil ll tw sw it . Illil' ll Il lil. l tl t Q- .ff gi g it it ul Jw EH ,E if' ,, 149 .. I , ". . . Home Ec Christmas party at Case Hall-a part of the campus on a frosty day-Virgil Bowden studies in his room in Men's Hall . . ." First Row: M. Lowry, P. McClymont, M. Mill- er, R. Minnick, H. Mitchell, E. Moberq, E. Mor- rison, E. Morrow, M. Monninqton, H. Munclorti G. Newton, A. Norman. Second Row: N. Nyttler, R. Nyquist, R. Ol- son, R. I. Olson, D. Peterson, D. Peterson, W Pitt, F. Rapp, W. Ritter, M. Runner, L. Ryman I. Sandall. Page 118 I ". . . Vice-president, Dale Henderson, and secretary- treasurer, Dorothy Denzler, converse in front of the college post office . . ." . . llower picturel Ruth lane Olson and Antelope Business Manager Dallas Donaly,-believe it or not -seem to be studying . . ." Third How: F. Sarnp, M. Scott, A. Sibbitt, B. Simmons, M. Speake, L. Spooner, M. Spong- berg, N. Stark, G. Sterner, E. Toops, E. Tom- baugh, D. VanZanoli. Fourth Row: M. Vosburg, H. Wagner, K. Watkins, M. Wright, E. Wescoti, M. Wendell, H. Walkington, L. Douglas, M. Yoneyonhma, D. 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Aspasians have book party-Wilcox and Larson, class officers-F un at the H uddle McGaf1'ey irons-Sigma pledges en- tertain-'Pop' Klein talks . . 1,5-if' ,ff .V , . t ,k... . X - , Page 121 1 t mr ur -,,-In ,- A w 1 1 ig , X l 'r 2 l X , i l, i, E ti i Qi 1 .-an c First Row: M. Ammon, W. Anderson, E Anderson, S. Anderson, V. Armstrong, C Asher, I. Babcock, F. Barge, F . Beaver, M. Becker, I. Beckard. b .1 Second Row: R. Behrends, P. Behrens F. Beasley, B. Bishop, M. Bond, E. Booth G. Bowden, V. Bowden, B. Bleck, D Brooke, H. Brosius. Third Row: M. Brosius, I. Browne, C Brugh, M. Bruner, I. Bryan, B. Buchanan E. Cain, F . Carnpau, I. Cobb, S. Copely, C Corbin. Fourth Row: P. Cunningham, M. Czen- kusch, B. Daugherty, F. Droullard, H. Dun- gan, D. Dworak, W. Duncan, C. Erickson, I. Erickson, E. Farley, E. Fisher. F iith Row: I. Fouich, B. Fox, L. Frew, D. F rink, B. Goldstein, E. Green, T. Gronberg, B. Gurnmerson, C. Hahn, B. Harrington, V. Hanson. I l First Row: S. Harris, M Hartman, G. Hartman, N Harvey, W. Hernminqs, V. I-lenline, L. Hiloberd, R. I-lib bard, B. Hinterlonq, B. Hea cock, E. Hill, K. Hoover. Second Flow: B. Houtch- ens, I. Hubbard, I. Hutchins B. Iamieson, I. Iilson, C. Iohn son, R. Iohnson, B. Iohnson T. Iourney, H. Kersenbrock, I Klanecky, F. Koch. Third Row: W. Koberstein H. Knight, M. Lantz, V. Lar son, D. Lavery, L. Lewis, B Lester, A. L'Heureux, L. Lis ton, B. Lockhart, N. Loffer, L. Lomas. Fourth Row: E. Lovell, L Ludden, H. Ludeke, P. Lud- vick, W. Mahan, K. Major, B Martin, R. Martin, L. Mattson I. Mallory, H. May, I. McGaf- iey. Fifth Row: B. McLachlin T. McMichael, Fi. Meline, B Merryman, W. Metzger, M. Miller, C. Mueller, N. Nelson R. Nelson, L. Nickel, E. Nor- Qi? l man, D. Ohlund. ". . . An in-between-class rally in the administration building before a foot- ball game . . Page 122 .5 v f' ,T ' H ' w, ,: ' 3 ' , w V.. -Mi, l 'fi 1:1 2, 4 '- A xy , r w wi sl if IW Tv wi W ww: X! M! N .. ff .W Case Hall on Cl cold, frosty day . . ." Page 123 First Row: H. Olson, E. Paine, M. Patterson, C. Prickett, I. Rankin, H. Reier, M. Reichstein, F. Richards, B Richter, E. Richter, M. Remov- sky. Second Row: I. Ritter, E Ruettimann, B. Rumpeltis, M Runner, K. Ryan, B. Sanqerf D. Schalef, F. Scott, M. Selby, M. Selover, A. Shambauqh. Third Row: C. Schellhase, E. Sherman, G. Slocum, B. Smith, E. Smith, I. Sohus, B. Starkey, R. Talich, R. Thom- as, G. Tombauqh, S. Turpin. Fourth Row: M. Vasey, P. Wollan, P. Warner, B. Welsh, D. Wendell, L. Whitacre, R. Vlilqox, C. Wilson, V. Worth- ing, Whipple, A. Wright. Fifth Row: V. Wyckoff, I. Yeadon, A. Amis, A. Allen, E. Korcek, I. Chittendon, I. Canedy, R. Iones, W. Mc- Kain, E. Payne, V. Iohnson, L. Pemberton. ". . . The two 'Martins', Lantz, McLach- lin, Ohlund, Anderson, May and Ker- senbrock, in a freshmen convocation proqram . . ." Page 124 H H :L JH H m ii we M . .Mary Runner, chosen 'Cinderella of the Ball' at the Zela Christmas dance, is seen dancing With C. Asher . . ." Page 125 3 9' -.3 4 f ,J -. ,f .f 1 f 4- fi for .... Graduation Her Birthday The Formal All Holidays The Dinner Every Occasion Artistic arrangements of beautiful flowers suitable for every occasion combined with a dependability of service bave given us tbe reputation of always being able to fill your floral needs. Now with an even larger variety of flowers and better artists we continue to build tbat reputation on quality, economy, and courtesy. We want to know your problems and make suggestions for your floral expressions Kearney Floral EG? Nursery Co. 2006 Second Avenue Dial 22761 O. L. "Doc" Erickson Page 126 Harold N. Moore 4, ,g v"'v , ,Tl QV " Q' A Optonietrist iw' .i -yf X I . lim' M 'ig I T-ffS'f, Fine Pianos it? 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K . --E:5:f:a::5f:s:a,1 Verna Md1'll .12-1-:QQ:5:Q:f:f:f:j:f:" Coiffures That Reflect That Necessary Flair of Youth Club House Beauty Shoppe Page 127 We Appreciate Your Patronage 11 J. C. PENN EY CO. Kearney, Nebr. QUALITY DRUGS WALGREEN SERVICE 5 5 Try Our Fountain Service 55 PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED EXACTLY AS ORDERED BY YOUR DOCTOR 553 eg PAINT sronf KEARNEY,' NEBRASKA CENTRAL CAFE OUR BAND BOX AND TASTY TEA ROOM KEARNEY'S LEADING RESTAURANTS 0 '10 5 Q ff' xr 5:11524 WE WELCOME YOU! Year after year your cheery greetings, enthusiastic pirit and wholehearted good fellowship have made IS r serving you a privilege and a pleasure. . 1 Ociorless - Fade Proof - Shrmk Proof - Faster 5 5 CALL EOR RESERVATION 24 Hour Service HULL'S BAND BOX CLEANERS 2012 Central Ave. Dial 28511 Page 128 Welcome To Kearney EOR THE PAST FIETY-SIX 5 5 YEARS We have congratulated the We are Always Glad to sons and daughters of Nebras- ka for completion of college Serve You courses. May each of you continue to Q carry the high standards of 5 5 Honesty, Thrift, and Self Slac- rifice that have made this coun- try the great nation it is today. THE FORT KEARNEY 1 ic STATE BANK FAIRMONT CREAMERY M uber Federal Deposit Insurance Corp K N 'J If - Since 1884 F. W. Woolworth Tollefsen- Company Elliott Lumber Co. CGAL ii Kearney Kearney's Pleasanton Poole Ten Cent Store P 129 College Earher Shop Congratulates Blue and Gold At Your Service and for Your Convenience Reasonable Prices and The Best in Workmanship YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED just East of the Campus GLENN SCHERICI-I, Prop. l ' 1 I I I V zolzic' 'cz EQERS -' ' I f "Beyond Compare for Skill and Carey Phone 24501 Over 50 Years of Quality Service STEPHENSON SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY ii QUALITY SUPPLIES FOR SCHOOLS 5 5 COMPLETE LINE OF Superintendents Supplies 5 S LINCOLN, NEBRASKA 1008 Q Street CLEAN ER lnqn.-n-undf' LICENSED WEAR CLEAN CLOTHES "Craftsmen in Keeping Things Newv LIBERTY CLEANERS Stokes School Supplies Watch Repairing B 81 K HOSIERY SHOP STUDENTS AUTOGRAPH I-IERE M L. JUST EAST OF THE CAMPUS Page 130 "Congratulations Upon a Splendid 1940 Blue ea Gold" fi' In the Years to Come-Remember That An Establish- ment In Kearney That Strives to Please is the Mattson Studio KEARNEY Thank You, College Folk RECREATION 5 5 2: X X For Flowers That Please CALL BOWLING - SKATING N . S If1u3Ii1zI2If3f0fe AVAILABLE Fon PRIVATE PARTIES Kearney, Nebraska , I 4, VARIETY STORE Hosiery - Lingerie - Millinery Stationery - School Supplies Page131 CGMPLIMENTS GF ARMGUR 6? COMPANY OMAHA NEBRASKA We Serve Only the Best S Good 2 ci if d UP PRICES THAT PLEASE M lTk ,8600f S525 11 Sohe1h1ng Danny Lunch O N 30 H W Y Kearney Tea and Coffee Kearney, Nebraska Cold Lunches 19 West 25th LOGAN H. LANCASTER, Prop. We Value Your Patronage and We Have Everything that's Good to Eat SC 55 55 35 2109 CENTRAL AVE. 0'P SKAGGS L P WILLIAMS 1090 - 5108! O C1 Op Page 132 HOTEL FORT KEARN EY THE 'A7,,,,, ii?-E gg us q KEARNEY,S CENTER jg:gl:E NEW OF COLLEGE .. sl Q Q. 1: , MODERN SOCIAL 52 12 :julia Q, Agliu FIRE PROOF ACTIVITIES ' f HOTEL Beautiful Fort Kearney Coffee Shop and Crystal Ball Room Private Dining Rooms For All Occasions Wedding Breakfasts - Dinner Dances - Lunches Teas - Buffet - Bridge R , F rank A. Bodinson ' IW hil t SN , -tiif .Q Hardware hi: If Official Distributors of O , D az M Blaclilivanxii glicclficclieloali' and GOLDSMITH , Kearney, Nebraska KEARNEYS NEWEST-FINEST Z- !g I i ','kl7+ ii? Xf-L11-f ilk 'SQ BROWN-MCDONALD CO. THE COLLEGE SHOP We Feature Such Nationally Ad-ver tired Shoe: As- Red Cross Rice O'Neill Health Spot Paramount Connies J aunties Paris Fashion Florsheim Freeman Pk lk 'lf Strutwear Hosiery X-RAY FITTING This Stieff? greet You glznuzrnullnr-ua-lplll.,,,,m R'l'COpE .,.:.: .,.r,.1 ff? .... ,.,,. .......:'. , , YQ ,,1, .4 LARRY HANSEN Bie n MARGE 1-1oLL1NGswoRTH Gerhers' Sweet Shop Vilorlcl Theatre Bldg. Enjoy the show with our sweets ICE CREAM BARS CARAMEL CORN COLD DRINKS MAGAZINES POPCORN CANDIES RAY WHITNEY 1. G. A. GROCERY 25 BC 32 PHONE 33771 Opposite World Theatre antlze Shop For Smart Styles Congratulations Class '40 ii LEE'S GLAZED DONUTS I 'J-X!! One Door North of World Theatre Page 134 Delivered Fresh Every Morning LEE FOX Dial 26962 MCDERNIZE Your Home Your bathroom, kitchen, and laundry A ,-- Treat your home to the up-todae' and W fzf make it a place of convenience rather than are the most important parts of your home. is-j W Q: just reliving quarters? Why not make them the most Modern, 'J' : f i Sto in tocla for a free modernizin too? ' 3 MJ. P Y g estimate. I no ' 5. -gr!" :rf ' 5' . . 1 T' 2 ' ! Throw out the bulky, old-fashioned equipment, and let gli 'i," "'5Jf:iE15 ,.' Kearney Plumbing and Heating replace it with bright, gleam- -. -' I 1 - "D ' ing porcelain fixtures! Let shining chromium replace your - fff- - U Q present fittings. "7Z..' r..i6x r-I Kearney Plumbing Sz Heating Co. BERT WALLACE 10 East Railroad Street Shop at Ruter's Ladies Coats, Suits, Dresses IN FACT EVERYTHING A LADY XVEARS Ruter's-The Fashion A Good Store in a Good Town Contributed by Kearney Land Sz Mortgage Co. for Student Autographs THE SHIRT SHOP Mengs Haberdashery ii HUGO JOHNSON Page 135 ROYAL BAKERY EVERYTHING IN uality Bakery Products For Your Party Needs Call 25051 "Congratulations Upon a Splendid 1940 Blue 6? Gold In the Years To Come-Remember That We Always Strive To Please MRS. RUBY MATHEWS Drive In or Phone 23511 9 1 BATIERY GTIRE SERVICE Across From Fort Kearney Hotel Willard Batteries RETAIL WHOLESALE REC!-IARGING-RENTALS-REPAIRS-CABLES Tires and Tubes TIRE REPAIRING VULCANIZING Nlotor Tune Up IGNITION FUEL PUMP WIRING CARBURATOR GENERATOR STARTER Storage EASY TIME PAYMENT PLAN Central Nehraska's Finest Hardware Store Housewares - Sporting Goods Paints - Seeds - Stoves Electrical Goods Washing Machines HoME OWNED ii KEARNEY HDWE. CO. Page 136 Charge Accounts Available at Hirscl1feld,s Kaufmann SI all ' - fi 54.11114 'ma It ,f Wernert , f l -. I f 0 1 E or , A ll 5:fl5ifflf5slt5 Ffflijlolalnow K6HfHGY,S Leading CLCSTEHNG 5C'10C'25CSm Has Arrived at Hirschfelcfs Style Headquarters In Kearney ' L 7l'?!!1,'2f!.lE,.!.'.! fa' Since 1909 if 7 C f OIICCQ A BQOTERIE Novelty Footwear on For Ladies . . Smlles That Slune Popular Priced Shoes For College Men And Service That Pleases CARL fMonkj MEYER TOM QI-Iardroclcj GANNON ij? ii BEN TAYLOR 2218 Central Avenue I-55586 and 0Pefat0f Kearney, Nebraska 102 West 25th Street Page 137 fue Graduated too .... Says Reddy Kxlowatl' UZ ' ' S . . . from the menial task of Q furnishing "electricligl1ts" . . . Lf J to the position of "First Assis- ' ' tant in Charge of Everything!" I do practically all of the "work" in the home of today- w a s h in g, ironing, cooking, cleaning, clishwashing, water is heating, refrigerating, and just Q about any of the tasks of home- making. . . . and remember! I helped you thru school! Let me continue to be your faithful servant . . . REDDY KILOWATT ii CEHTRHLPOUJERCOMPHUU STANDARD GAS STUDENTS We are pleased to be in the same town with Neb- raska's finest teachers college. We wish their students and Alumnae the best of success. We also know you will be pleased with the results of any service which you might have us render your automobile. ii, Kearney's Service Center TOLLEFSEN MOTOR CO. U. S. TIRES Edison Mazda Lamps FRIGIDAIRES 5 5 Milam Electric Shop HAVVTHORNES Kearney's Jewelers Since 1878 Kearney, Nebraska You WILL REMEMBER HENSLEY'S KEARNEY'S SMART LADIES SHOP F IN K SHOE CO. Q 5 KEARNEY, NEBRASKA Page 138 CONGRATULATIONS MONTGOMERY SENIORS 1 WARD it fig ii Bredenberg Chevrolet Kearney's Only Complete Department Store ii 2024-26 Central Ave. Dial 23011 Kearney, Nebr. For a Complete Line of NEW and USED CARS 5 5 Oldsmobile, Chevrolet, G. M. C. Trucks 24 HOUR GARAGE SERVICE KEARN EY RAVENNA, COZAD U3 Z 9 S583 SPE-EPAIR 3 H. ANDERSON, Jeweler I" NING 51 21 G E Dependable Merchandise-Satisfactory Service Q V1 Diamonds, Watches, Iewelry, Clocks, Silvernfcrr E MASTER WORKMANSHIP E. 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University of Nebraska Kearney - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Kearney, NE) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

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University of Nebraska Kearney - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Kearney, NE) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

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University of Nebraska Kearney - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Kearney, NE) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

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