University of Nebraska Kearney - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Kearney, NE)

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More Than TOrTy Thousand sTudenTs have been enrolled aT The College since The sevenTeenTh day OT June, l905, when The pOrTals OT Nebraska's second sTaTe normal school were TirsT Thrown Open. When The STaTe l.egislaTure OT T903 auThorized The Board OT EducaTion Tor STaTe Normal Schools To esTablish a second Normal wesT OT The 98Th meridian, a mad scramble was iniTiaTed by some Ten TO TwenTy wesTern Nebraska ciTies To see which would win The prize. IT required one hundred Two balloTs To seTTle The guesTiOn OT locaTiOn. The Tinal compeTiTiOn was beTween Ord and Kearney. Kearney was OTTering apprOximaTely TiTTy acres OT land as a siTe, plus a one-Time aparTmenT hoTel inow Green Terrace l-lalll and iT is probable ThaT The inducemenT which This building consTiTuTed became The deciding TacTOr. Who is responsible Tor The TacT ThaT The College aT Kearney has become Nebraska's second largesT sTaTe-supporTed insTiTuTiOn OT higher educaTiOn? lOnly The UniversiTy OT Ne- braska has a larger enrollmenT Then The College aT Kearney.l A college musT have a meeTing place, iT musT have a sTaTT OT insTrucTors, iT musT have a sTudenT body, and iT musT have Tinancial supporT. The ciTy OT Kearney has Turnished a healThy environmenT which has sTimulaTed The growTh OT The College. ln The early years, housing TaciliTies were builT To accommodaTe ouT-OT-Town sTudenTs. MerchanTs OT Kearney have, Through The years, made possible The publicaTion OT The college newspaper and yearbook. - The Taxpayers OT Nebraska, Through The LegislaTure, have Turnished a physical planT and a yearly budgeT which has Trom year To year reTlecTed The abiliTy OT Nebraska ciTizens TO sup- pOrT educaTion. ProminenT and capable Nebraska men and women have served as members OT The Board OT EducaTiOn wiThouT compensaTion. And so TO The ciTizens OT Kearney: TO The sTudenTs who have gone ouT inTO The world TO Till responsible posiTions as Teachers and as leaders in every prOTessiOn and walk OT liTeg To The sTaTe board OT educaTion: To The adminisTraTors and Teachers who have in many insTances served The school aT greaT personal sacriTice: TO The paTrons and Taxpayers and The TaThers and moThers who have loyally supporTed The ideals and TradiTions which have made The College greaT: To The sTudenTs who have served in The miliTary Torces OT The UniTed STaTes, many OT whom made The supreme sacriTice, This l955 Blue and Gold is proudly and respecTTully dedi- caTed. A '75 -2-,,,.,:: 1.1" . H -2 -Q-e :egg-I -5: MQW: . g , "9 55:-:V 4. 1: sf:-, .:. ..., M sg: xr 4- T F' 'T ' . ' 41 :F WV?" 'Q T "" ' if? A .. ai " -.'::,.-,,, f,v,.1:, . ,,:-'sg'i fs, , '- T .gm tsqffis ' ' .35 2-, s. "-- Q -,.-:ag 3' , g msgs, - - - , , . , -' -g s sf X . 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Cushing Presideni' and Mrs. Cushing lf' Miss Beverly Haxby Secre1'ary Jro Presidenf Cushing Page 13 Board ot Education ot State Normal Schools Lett to right: E. Albin Larson, Secretary: Miss Beverly l-laxby: President' Herbert L. Cushing: Freeman B. Decker, Commissioner ot Education. Neal S. Gomon, President, Peru State Teachers College: J. Hyde Sweet, past Vice-President: John D. Rice, President, Wayne State Teachers College: Barton L. Kline, President, Chadron State Teachers College, Ernest M. Johnson, past board member, iChaclron: Ralph M. Carhart, board member, Wayne: Mrs. l-laven Smith, board member, Chappell: Everett L. Randall, board member, Kearney: A. D. Majors, past President. T0 il Robert Thorp Publicity Director Page 14 Leo Thomas Dean of lnslrruclion and Pro- fessor of Educarion: B.S., Kearney Srale T e a c lw e r.,s College: M.A., Universilry of Wyoming: Doclor of Edqca- Jrion, Universiry of Wyoming. Jean M. Pe'riH Associale Dean of Sludenl Personnel Services: AB., Uni- versiry of Challanooga lflen- nesseel: MA., Middlebury College, Vermonl. 4 Bernhard F. S'ru+l1ei'r Dean of Sludenl' Personnel Services: B.S., A.M., Uniyer- sily of Nebraska: Graduare Sludenl, Universilylof Colo- rado, Universiry of Nebraska. Page 15 Faculty Adams, Louise ,N Beckmann, Elmer B.A., M.A. Carlson. Kennefh B.S., M.A. Bllese John C W BA MA PhD Ahrend'I's, Harold A.B., M.A. Cole, Harvey E. A.B.. MA. BauerQ LeRoy B.S., M.Ed., M. Music ABergquis'I', Alia W RN., B.S. Page 16 I , 9... Bruner, W. E. B.S., A.M., Ph.D. Conrad, Jennie A.B., A.M. Faculty Copeland, Leland A.B., M.A. .wr- "sg, M iw- E i E xi pews, gm Danker. Del A.B.,, Iv1.A. if Fallor, Leona Mae B S , M A , Ph D .fm m H. Sings . H E E E gm E we E E H -W xx Fox, Donald E. A B , M S Ph D is B in 1 an me E W . Emil gsm., 35,1 SME!!! Q . sm is - is Jigsaw? H HE: Aw W we SS 1 Gallemore, Doris B.S.,' M.A. Garrell. Delia B.S., MS. Diffenderfer, N.R. B.S., M.A. Fosler, Charlie A.B. AM. Franklin, Marvin '3- Hansen. Mildred ' A.B. Page 17 Faculty Hirs'l'. Vllilma B.A., MA., Ecl. D. Holm, Myron ei Q A.B. lv1.A. House, Roberl' WEB Im H555 -lm-me E55 EB we se Shi., Ragga Jes'l'er, Don V A.B., lv1.A. ease me BF., AM., Ph.D. Hoffman, Harry Johnson. Clara A.B., AM. Holcomb, Laurel A.B., lv1.A. King, William B.A., B.S., M.S Holmgren. Philip A.B., MA., Ph.D. H if Q E M 3 Islas. Helen A.B., M.A. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Page 18 ll K Q .fe Faculty Klein. Doro'I'hy A.B., A.M. Larsen, L. M. B.A., M.A. 55,351 New 9 U A 17 QA, Q f:?'I'Z '31 fbi 4444? ' at 2 I gh I ,f 'Ou 5, K 4' i Manior. Lyle Messman. Warren A.B., M.A. Lynn, William B M M M A.B., A.M., Pl1.D. xi 1 WW W-W Larson. Minnie A.B., A.M. Morris, William B.S., M.A. Q21 .mg l P 1 sr, m McClure. Margare-I' A.B. Manfor, Bernice B.S., M.S. Morse, Mary Q B.S.. M.S., Ph.D gl Page 19 Faculty L ., ,. ,.,, - - w1-- - . , A ,.. , , . , ,, 19 l -' He- uf 3 r ' ' , 'vw .ugafflffl U ff' .--' I .H ,.. A l 2 . 3,35-iqigggar.. , mr, .ft Q .X A..1 ',,V ..fg,. E . mu 43 61: . J u.: - " hull Wx T ,f xy oh ,ll .5 u a- val . 3 l a l ,, .,,, ,.. .. lg.. , X Y-x...n.m. . w 1"lw2lf r' lfP ?ll?Qxl 'i 1?, 1 V- ll . X amid :LE ll El A X. K- 43 ,. W x. N 1. - - N I Th Robinson. Allce M. e son. eodora gel- AN gl El A' B" M -A' . fig my .1 X W , li - E1 M al-:V V- 'Y' Oclunga, Clara .vu X' 'W 1 1, . . ' " av i . .. . . HW ,..,, .X , R . Sl Paine, Alice Ph. B., B.S., lv1.S. Ryan, Calvin T. A.B., Ed. M. Nigh, Edna AB., A.M. ' Sampson, Helen Olsen, O'l"l'o A.B., B.S., AM. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Roberls, Phyllis B.A., M.A. Page .20 X ..- I n I n Faculty Skinner, Blanche A.B., AM. Welsbacher. Richard BA., MA. illiams. Dorolhy A.B. Websler Romalne Smilhey. Edilh M. Sl'ou'l'emeyer.' Malvina B.S.. A.B., AM. Welch, Roland B.A., MA. Whilfield, George BM., M.M. Ymglmg, Harriel B.S., M.A. Page 21 4 Cum Laude I Glen Underhill . M .2 Honorable Menhon fffvbjgfa M153 M Mfwkfw 'ff wfll Wg' W fn. L W MM yy Jo Hicks Bill Kalous , Jo Anne Meyer Darrel Lloyd Lois Hanslmew Gordon Moor Page 24 AUBLE, MARION M. Arnold, Nebraska Women's League-Secrelary 4, Zefa Chi Alpha-Secrelary 3. Presidenl 4, Anlelope slalil 2-3, A Cappella Choir 2-3, Xi Phi 3-4, Colhecon 3, Kappa Della Pi 3-4, YWCA 2-3-4. BAHNSEN, CATHARINE E. Kearney, Nebraska BLAUCH. DIANE E. York, Nebraska Orcheslra 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Choraleers 4. BRANDT. Jo ANN Kearney. Nebraska Independenl Association 4. WAA I-2-3-Presidenl' 4. P.E.- M.M. 41 Zip Club 2. Seniors BURGESS. GRETCH EN H. Nebraska Cily, Nebraska Anfelope Sfall I-2, WAA I-2- 3-4, P,E.M.M. Treasurer 4, Pre- Med, Club 3, Zip Club 2. Naiads 2. CAMARAS, HELEN G. ' Grand Island, Nebraska Della Pi Bela 2-4, YWCA l. Marlin Hall Vice Presideni' 4. Marlin Hall Dorm Council 4, Cheerleader I-4. CAMPBELL, RODNEY Gillner, Nebraska Phi Tau Gamma 3-4, Foolball I, Track, Choir I-2-3-4, Chora- leers l-2-3-4. CHANDLER. TOM F. Republican Cily. Nebr. Sigma Tau Della 4. 'Jive . , ,S .Q Page 25 X Seniors CHANEY. THOMAS A. Gillner, Nebraska Caledonian 2-3-Treasurer 4. Anielope Siaii 3, lnier-Varsiiy 2-Vice Presideni 3-4, Men's Hall Dorm Council 4. CHRISTENSEN, ANNE M. Kearney, Nebraska Senior Class Treasurer, Delia Pi Baia I-2-4 Secrefary 3, Choir 2-3, Naiads 2-3, Infer- Fraferniiy-Sororiiy Council 4. Colhecon I-2-4, Homecoming Queen 4. COLLISON, VERA L. Campbell, Nebraska Women's League Council 3- Presidenl 4, Sigma Theia Phi I-2-3-4, Band I-2 Librarian 3-4, Opera 3-4, Orchesrra I-2-3-4, A Cappella Choir l-2-3-4, Choraleers I-2-3-4, D e l Jr a Omicron Treasurer, Chorisier 4. Pi Omega Pi I-2-3, MENC il-2-4 Presideni 3, YWCA I-2, Case Hall Councilor 2 Vice Presidenr 3. CRONIN. JOHN H. Minden, Nebraska Phi Tau Gamma 2-3-4, Anie- lope S'rai'f 3, A Cappella Choir I, Pre-Med Club 3, Newman Club I-2-3-4. DAHLIN. ROGER D. Ord, Nebraska Siudeni' Council Presideni' 4. Freshman Class Vice President Caledonian I-2-3-4, Anlelope Siaff I-2, Blue and Gold Siaff 3-4, Pre-Med Club 4, Veis Village Council I-2-3-4. DeLANO, CALVIN F. Kearney, Nebraska Caledonian 3-4, Lambda Delia Lambda 3 Presideni 4. DOLL. JAM ES W. Lincoln, Nebraska Phi Tau Gamma 3-4, Fooiball I-2, Band 2, K Club I-2. DOWHOWER, DONALD Norih Plalie, Nebraska Newman Club Presidenr 4, Veis Village Council 3-4. DOWNEY. BARBARA Grand Island, Nebraska ,Seniors H 11 . . r W B X be, ff ,. B. fiilavr W is we -- ' 25 ' .:5" i" 5 '3'?'WQ?5l5 ,:' . ' e -ffl '-1:.'..-',. L' ex M iIQ,,,,, ' I f 5? Zela Chi Alpha 2-3-4, Band i ' 1-2-3, YWCA I-2. DYER. DONALD Golhenburg, Nebraska EMBREE. ARTHUR Merna. Nebraska Caledonian 2-3-4. ESCRITT. DAVID E. Neligh, Nebraska Vers Village Council Mayor 3, Pre-Med Club 2. .-" B V M Q, N3 ma 4 g F9 if N-x -4 as " ,A FOSTER. ROBERT L. Logan, Nebraska Inler-Varsily l-2-3-4. FOTH. ELLEN J. Ord, Nebraska Women's League Council 2. Sigma There Phi I-2-3-4, Kappa Della Pi 3-4, Marlin Hall Presi- denl 4, Collwecon I-2. YWCA l-2. GUNDERSON, CAROL Dix. Nebraska HANSHEW, LOIS S. Lilchfield, Nebraska Kappa Della Phi 4, Sigma Tau Della 4. 'UQ Page 27 za .EE W :Qfiaa -an Page 28 Seniors 1 in he :gee HARMS. M ERVYN G. Hildreflw, Nebraska LSA 1 'SRL 5 HE? S53 aaa -lan HASCALL. DEAN L Kearney. Nebraska in if ea al- H EWITT MARJORIE F. Kearney, Nebraska EEE: lndepencle-nl Slucleni Associa- ggiiimm lion 4. as Q- - as -E "s4?mq-4' E '--f' - ff?-W 'WH 2' wigs Q88 'aa A gui K Eiwaa H94 .M aaa-.H Zilkwfe- Y' 1,55 S e Nifg-,Max HICKS. JO McCook, Nebraska HOEGH. ISABELLE J. l-la-mplon, Nebraska Inler-Varsily 3-4, Calhecon 4, lndepencleni Associafion 4. HUFF. DUANE Callaway. Nebraska HUNSE. DORIS Arnold, Nebraska Senior Class Secreiary, Sigma Theia Phi' 3-4, Anielope Sfaff I, Pi Kappa Della 3-4, Kappa Della Pi 3-4, Pi Omega Pi 3-4, Alpha Psi Omega Secreiary- Treasurer 4, Xi Phi 4, All College Play I-2-3-4. JACOBSON. SHARRON L. Riverdale, Nebraska Zela Chi Alpha I-2-3-4, Col- hecon I-2 Secrelary 3, Presi- denl' 4, Case Hall Dorm Coun- cilor 2. JOHNSON. MILTON E. Chappell. Nebraska Fooiball 3, Track 3-4, Inler- mural baske-lball 3-4, K Club Secrelary-Treasurer 4, LSA Presidenl 4, Mens l'Iall Council 4. JOHNSON. PATSY R. Golhenburg, Nebraska Junior Class Treasurer, Sigma Thela Phi l-3 Secrelary 2 Rush Chairman 4, Band I-2. Xi Phi 3 Corresponding Secrelary 4. Kappa Della Pi 3-4, lnler- Pralernily-Sororily C o u n c il Treasurer 4, Case I-lall Council l-2-3, Zip Club I-2-3, lvlariin Hall Council 4, YWCA I-2-3, Naiacls I. KALOUS. BILL F. Kearney, Nebraska Caledonian I-2-3-4, Anlelope Sporfs Edifor 3-4, Track Man- ager I, Foolball Slaiisrician 4, Band I, Pi Omega Pi 2 Vice Presideni' 3, Presidenl 4, Xi Phi 3 Presiclenl 4, Kappa Della Pi 3-4, K-Club 2-3-4. KAVADAS, SAM Kearney, Nebraska Seniors KIMBROUIGH. RICHARD B. Kearney, Nebraska Pi Kappa Della, Track, K-Club, Debale. KOCH. RODNEY L. Euslis. Nebraska Senior Class Presidlenl, Cale- donian 2-3-4, Foolball I-2, Inlramural Baskeiball I-2-3, Kappa Della Pi 3-4. LANDERS. RODERICK R. Goihenburg, Nebraska Pre-Med Club Presicleni 4. LINDHOLM. RQDONNA M. Polk, Nebraska Sludenl Council Secrelary 4. Women's League Secrelary 3, Zera Chi Alpha I-2-Vice Presi- clenl' 3 Secrelary 4, Bancl l. A Cappella Choir I, YWCA I Vice Presidenl 2-3 Presidenl' 4, Xi Phi 3 Vice Presideni' 4, Kappa Della Pi 3 Vice Presi- denl 4. Colhecon I, Case Hall Presiclenl' 3, i955 Cinderella. ce Ilor 4, I nie r-Fraie rniiy-So ror- i Page 30 Seniors LYBARGER. ADDIE C. Grand Island, Nebraska Freshman C I a s s Treasurer, Sigma Theia Phi I-2-3-4, Kappa Deira Pi 3-4, xi Phi 3-4, YWCA I-2, WAA I-2-4, P.E.- ivl.M. Presideni 4, Pep Club I-2. MCCAULEY, MARY E. Merna. Nebraska Newman Club MCGINNIS. REX C. Norih Plaiie, Nebraska Sfudeni' Council 2-3, Sopho- more Class Treasurer, Phi Tau Gamma I-3 Secreiary 2 Chan- ify Council 4, Anielope Sialii, Blue and Gold Ediior 3, YM- CA, Kappa Pi 3 Secrefary Treasurer 2 Presideni 4. McMAHON. ROBERT L. Arnold, Nebraska Pre-Med Club 2-3-4. ' MEYER. Jo ANNE L. Scolia, Nebraska Women's I. e a g u e Council Treasurer 3, Siudeni Council 4, Zeia Chi Alpha 2-3 Vice Presi- denf 4, Inier-Fralerniiy-Sororiiy Council Treasurer 3, Anfler Siafi 3-4, A Cappella Choir I, Pi Omega Pi 2-3 Vice Presi- denr 4, Xi Phi 3 Secrelary Treasurer 4, Kappa Pi 2 Vice Presidenlr 3 Treasurer 4, Sigma Tau Delia 3-4, Kappa Delia Pi 3-4. WAA 2-4 Treasurer 3, Zip Club 2, YWCA 2, LSA 2-4, Colhecon 4. German Club I. MEYER, J. D. Kearney, Nebraska Caledonian 2-3-4, Blue and Gold 3. MILLS, DAVID -L. Norih Plalie, Nebraska Sludeni Council I-2, Junior Class President Phi Tau Gamma I-2-3-4, Blue and Gold Sporrs Ediior 2-3, K-Book 2, Baskelball I Tennis 2-3-4, 2-3, K-Club MITCHELL. Orleans, Junior Class en's League Theia Phi I -2-3-4, Track 3-4, A Capella Choir 3-4, YMCA 2. JANET L. Nebraska Secreiary, Wom- Council I, Sigma -2-3 Presidenl' 4. Anlelope Siafi 3, Blue and Gold 3-4, Band, I-2, A Cap- pella Choir I-2-3-4. Operelia. Choraleers, Xi Phi 3 Invesiigar- ing Secreiar Vice Preside y 4, Kappa Pi 2-3 ni 4, Kappa Delia Pi 3-4, WAA I-2-3-4, P.E.M.M. 4, YWCA I ily-Sororiiy 4, M.E.N.C. Ivlardi Gras -2-4, Inier-Fraiern- Council Presideni- I, Zip Club I-2. Queen 3, MOOR. GORDON l-loldrege. Nebraska Caledonian 2-3-4, Band I-2-3, Orclweslra I-2, Lambclfa Delia Lambda 3-4, SUAC Presidenl 4, Pre-Med Club 2-3-4. NUTTER. JOYCE L. Thediord. Nebraska Kappa Della Pi 3-A, Independ- enl Associaiion 4. OSTERLUND. ROBERT Norfh Plaile, Nebraska Caledonian 2-3 Presidenl 4, lruler-Fraiernily-Sororify Coun- cil 4, All College Play l, YM- CA I-2. PFEIFFER. nomar Kearney, Nebraska Seniors PHILLIPS. RODNEY Arapahoe, Nebraska Senior Class President POPE. RUSSELL Arnold, Nebraska Caledonian 2-3, K-Club Track 2-3. Fairbury, Nebraska RICHARDS. VERA E. Wray, Colorado Kappa Pi 4. REYNOLDS. MONTE D. 3-4, Page 31 N. Seniors SCHWARTZ, CLARA M. Broken Bow, Nebraska Zefa Chi Alpha I-2-3-4, Col- hecon I, Zip Club I, Newman Club I. SMITH. BARBARA A. Bridgeporr, Nebraska lndependenl' Associafion 3-4, Anrelope Sfaff 3, Sigma Tau Della 3 Secrelary 4, Infer- Varsiry 4. SOHRWEID, LuVONNE A. Riverdale, Nebraska Sigma Thela Phi I-2-3-4, Zip Club l-2-3, YWCA I-2-3-4, Colhecon I-2. SPILINEK. ALICE M. Orcl, Nebraska Anrelope s'raIiF I, WAA 4, A Cappella Choir I-2-3-4, Chora- leers 3, YWCA I-2. TALBERT, AMARY Valley. Nebraska Women's League Council 2, Sigma Thela Phi I-2,3-4, A Cappella Choir I-2-3-4, Chora- leers I-2-3-4, Xi Phi 4, New- man Club I-2-3-4, Pep Club I-2-3-4. TAUBENHEIM. MONICA M. Kearney, Nebraska WAA i-2-4 vice Presidenf 3, Colhecon I-2-3-4, N e w m a n Club l'2-3-4, Zip Club 2, Vice Presidenl' of Shale Home Econ- omic College Club 4. TAYLOR, DALE L. Chappell, Nebraska Foolball I-2-3-4, Baskelball I, Track I, K Club, Phi Tau Gamma. TAYLOR. EUGENE Kearney, Nebraska THIEL. DWIGHT O. Alcla, Nebraska Anfelope Sfaff I-2-4. Infra- mural Baskeiball, Social Sci- ence Club. THOMAS. DICK Sumner, Nebraska Band I. Choir I. THOMAS. GARY F. Kea rney, Nebraska Phi Tau Gamma 3-4, Track I, Band I-3 Drum Major 2 Siu- denl Conclucior 4, Orchesira 2-3 Sludenf Manager 4, A Cappella Choir I-2-3 Presidenf 4, Chorale-ers 2-3-4, Oparelia 3-4, M.E.N.C. 2-3-4, Kappa Della Pi 3-4, Xio Phi 4. TUNNELL. GENIECE B. Siaplelon. Nebraska WAA 3-4, YWCA I-2-4, Sec- reiary 3, P.E.M.M. 3-4, Zip Club I-2-3. Seniors UNDERHILI.. GLEN Trenlon, Nebraska Indepencfenf Associafion 4, Anfelope Sfaff Assisfani Edifor 4, Lambda Delia Lambda Vice Presideni 4, Sigma Tau Dalia, Kappa Delia Pi. lnfer-Varsiiy. VANDRUFF. CHARLES W. Holbrook, Nebraska Social Science Club. VOLSTEADT. ROBERT F. Bonesieel, Soufh Dakoia Phi Tau Gamma, Nebraska lndusirial Eclucafion Associa- fion, Veis Village Council 2 Mayor 3. WALKER. RUBY I. Shelfon, Nebraska -. Page 33 Page 34 Seniors ' WATKINS. RAMONA M. York, Nebraska YWCA. WHITNEY, MARILYN A. Funk, Nebraska Women's League Council 4, Zee. cha Alpha 2-3-4, SUAC Secrelary 4, Anielope Sialli I-4, Blue and Gold Slaff Sophomore Junior Senior Ediror, Band I-2-3 Sfuclenr Per- sonnal Manager 4, Orchesfra I-2-3-4, A Cappella Choir I-2- 3-4, Madrigal I. Choraleers 2-3-4, Opera 2-3, Xi Phi 3-4. Kappa Pi 2 Secrerary-Treasurer 3 Secrefary 4, Della Omicron Firsr Vice Presideni 4, Zip Club I, YWCA I-2, MENC l. Colhecon 3-4. WILSON, MILDRED M. Kearney, Nebraska Della Pi Befa I-2 Treasurer 3 Presidenl 4, Colhecon I-2-4 Hisiorian 3, Naiads l-2, Infer- Fraferniry-Sororiry Council 4. YANNEY. MICHAEL Kearney, Nebraska Sludenl' Council Treasurer, Freshman Class President Men's League Presidenf Vice President Phi Tau Gamma Chancellor, lnrer - Fralerniiy - Sororily Council, Pi Omega Pi Treasurer, Pi Kappa Delia Presidenl 4, Kappa Delia Pi President Xi Phi 4, Infer- collegiaie Debale Team. FIRST SEMESTER GRADUATES-BACK ROW:.Rober'l' Pfeiffer, Lillian Ralsfon, Mary Logsdon, Eu-gene Taylor. FRONT ROW: Mary McCauley, John Cronin, Barbara Downey. ,, if Juniors Adams. Ray Blylhe, California Alberding, Arfhur Clay Cenler Alcorn. Dewaine Kearney Alexander. Mary Kearney Ayres. Don Golhenburg Babb. Lila Broadwaier Bailey. Olivene Ansley Beghfol, Barbara Kearney Benn-e'l"I', Harold Lifchfield Bills, Ed Lodge Pole Bowers, Bill Paxlon Brink. David Kearney Brinic, Donna Kearney Brisco. Junior Lexingfon Brown, William Loup Cify Page 35 a nm me ms ima 58855 E Sam H 2 H E , Page 36 mn mn vm nm mf x ms ss mn :A m mL si B, sa Fm ss a mn .luniors K 'Q A Ferris, Vernela 'ff Osceola ' W W '::,, Fisher. Chnrlolfe E E Amhersl Glover. Rex 'Z Broken Bow Grandslalf, Slfonley Maxwell Hanley. Grendolyne Hayes Ce nler Harris. Norma Kearney Hduif. William Glenvill Hernhloom. Belly Lodge Pole Hinkle, Marilyn Kearney Houslon, Dennis Kearney Hueffle, George Kearney Hunse. Valel"l'c Arnold Jordon. Don Alma Jensen. Ernu Cozad Johnson. Kenne'l'h Eddyville if ,. Page 37 Page 38 Juniors Johnson, Shirley Kearney Laux. Myr'l'Ie Minden Lindley, Bruce Lodge Pole Lippsireu. Clarence I-lildrerh Loschen. Elaine Kearney Lowe, Junel' Alma McCormick. Laird Kearney Marlal"l'. William Kearney ' Margrifz, Shirley Lexingion Maxey. Gene Republican Ciiy Miller, Roberl Hendley Moon, Virginia Kearney Moss. Bill Kearney Neilson. Jack Kearney Nelson, Kyler Kearney Nordbrock. Connie Alma Juniors Nordbrock, Gerald Wilcox Novasad. Amelia Ord 0s'l'erhoud'l'. Howard Kearney Pa'l"l'erson. Ronald Golhenburg Peak. Mary Ann Orleans Pederson, Richard Curlis Pfeiffer. Roberl Amhersl Raburn. Harold McCook Ralhe. Carol Kearney Roucis. Pa'l'ricia Broken Bow Schmitz. Raymond Kearney Schulle. Beverly Scollsblufl Scol"l'. Clay'l'on Grand Island Shackelford. Duane Trenlon Shaffer. Bill Lilchlield Shillz, William Norlh Plalle Page 39 ...f Page 40 .luniors tl! xvfbdf Sinnen. Dallas Sir n Qyf-15i1f'if2f' an Y ir ,iyjiifn I Swanson. Jack Aurora Tel'zla'E. Andrew Orleans Thompson. Marian Cairo Thurin. Leland Ong Tilmunis, Anile Kearney Towers, Joyce Maxwell Tucker. Zoe Ann Grand Island Underwood. Jeanne Lexinglon Wear, Mary Alice Big Springs Whilesel. Lyle Miller Wise, Dean Sidney Wrighf. Jo Ann Crele Wrighf. Lewis Kearney J i Sophomores Anderson. Merrell Anderson, Lucille Anderson, Gary Asher. Dewey , Augusiin, Norris Aulik. Inge Bacon. Kenneih Barker. Rufh Ann Bebernes. Jerrold Beck, Jim Boggs. Donna Bo'H'reII. Roberi' W i K Page 42 Sophomores Brown. Donna Bruening. Gene Bubak. Dale Buckbee. Dyle Buller. Jim Burger. Norma Burion. Diane Buferbaugh. Jim Calvin, Glenda Cargill. Blanche Chaney. Barbara Chrisfensen, Sylvia Clemeni-. Leona Collisonr Larry Corkill, Nila Cox. Richard Crum. Jeaneffe Dady. Gale an xl ss ss ms WE -xis sm H eg H by Qs e QE m , ss :fm a W W I M E H , gf H Q we 1 Q W 1 .51 ,Z -5:31, 2 e Q H K ' 3' ':' ..'Z...W:'L " ff .f 1:3-Lk W 'Wm '51 H . Z E E Y W H H' 55 ' " ' . :-: is EXE W .1 , G. :.,.,.. ...,. H In H W ,Z 3 5: .,r. Q E . H H E Q H 1 -"' If H .,.. 'MW 'M .. 'F' M ., ' K E Si 5: wa R H H E .4-mm H51 I Emma. :-: :--c:-: BH KE B 1 . i.:. :::.:..:. :.: Y Us am 5:5 - ' H Q-.f:e,. -.:., -:: fi -H - - .- H me W S A 'i' W-' H g ' ''I5I:.:.:::.:.E'i,.:.a5EE"' 'Y ' -H 4 E 1 .... ", Q ki F' U51 Sophomores Day. Susan Dicken. Irvin Dohrman, June Drake. Leslie Dusek. Amy Eckhoul. Mary Edson. Roger Ernst John Evans. Diane Fischer. Florence Fleecs. Dorolhy Fosfer. Arlene Fox. Marlene Gasfon. Russell Gell, Roberi- Genereux. Evelyn Geni-ry. Boyd George. Clel-ys Page 43 '- '- 1 "ar H f r-A"--r '- - '51 , 15 5-2 , ' - 233209 357. 1 N H L1 jf 313145 . ' ' viii' . , k ' 1 'v?""',- - V, , -gain " gg? ' yr 3-,f,a,QQ1.e.ni . ' ' -we-ww' 1 , w X "1 - ..,.::, .... : EI. Bibi f. pi J V5 f' 1 E Wi, E 7, ., -hi, ' Z 5, '27, I A " ' I, U ' ' Y mf 2 1. , , ' ,, -V ,Q fx' l " N L: , ii?" 'Ei W K ' ' f 2. '1 -5' fd? 4 ,zpzh .es 4 Q S w A sf nfiwf ' hw "3 , 1 k'H,x ?5lS'ZiI52-Q' H - 1 Lf Z2 Y Q, U ., ffm .R ' . W , if , L - ,wa -P A H ' ' , we .-,W-giix me ,Www . e WH E .Q ,..,, . ,M-'u,Nm. X Q -M Q. :na A 41 5: 2 3,3 b. S k my N WMMV ,, me , wi , ,, MM Q 'fix' . -H H M Z ami 5,:5:,:.:, ,gm ., J Q-Lamafmv 3 WM: f - -1: JV is VV 5 Q f . 1 3 , NLM 35. KQ"Z1ww , 9 Page 44 1: a N: ,W -zz., I Sw. H , ,Qi " pscsf 4 Vzrgfa, ,.-W' xgffjv gq 5315 I -rxg"" uw 3, R, ,--Ney,-Ad.N. M - WNW.,-,.-g..1, -f -,mmm af iw. . 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Fred Page 45 E Qhidf' Page 46 Sophomores Kenney. Perry Kennedy! Susia King. John Kramer. Marilyn Krzycki. Viola Kuhlmann. Arlene Kublish, Dorofhy Laguna. Rosie Lanquisf. Joan Lewis, Margarei' Lloyd, Roberfa Lockhorn, Lenore Lorenzen, Anifa Lueking, Anila McAfee. Lois McLaughlin. Pa'H'y Main. Donald Main, Kenneih l Sophomores Manfull, Barbara Manharl. Mary Max. Twila Meyer. Russell Mifchell, James Morris. Alan -.U Mundi, BeH'y Naylor, Dagmar Nealon, Margall Nelson, Gerald Nelson. Donald Nelson. James Nelson. Maurice Nelson. Park Olmsled. Elnor Olson, Pafricia Paisios, Bill Paulsen, Sonia Page 47 Page 48 Sophomores Pelerson. Larry Pfesler, Emily Rademacher. Roberl' Rahrick, Barbara U Rauerlf, 'William Reher, Sharonne Remy. Richard ' Reynaga. Josie Rice. Janice Rippen. Leora Robrerlson. LoVerne Robinson. Pal-ricio Rosencranis. Roberl' Rumbeck. Cherie Sand. Royal Sanford, Jim Schmidt Orville Schuller. Ronald W V," , Ki 'f 3' X Sophomores yy Seymour, Jack Shada. Wayne Shaffer, LaVonne Shaffer, Shirley Skow, Dale Smifh, Dayne Smiih. Mariorie Snell. John Spencer. Berl Springer. Joyce Sfalm. Mary Sfebbins. Opal v Sfegman. Dollie Sfemper. Roberi' Sfransky, Jack Sfrasburg. Kafherine Sufherland. Delmar Swanson, James Page 49 WV Page 50 Sophomores Tafum. Loren Thurman, Joan Tieken, Gene Tomlinson, Donald Treadwoy, Roberi' Troyer. Glen Tucker, Bonnie Turner. Leo Valdez, Voldemar Van Horne. Michael Waddingion, Ralph Walkup, Shirley Wafson, Nadine Welker. Janice Wells. Morgan Welfy. Don Wesierbuhr. Larry Wesfon. Bernice Sophomores Weiovick. Gerald Whifing. Murcelyn Wilson. Nafhan Winfrey, Janice Wyckoff, Elsie Yanh Ginger John Cronin was presenfed 'rhe firsr degree of KSTC's golden anniversary year. Page 51 lmiil, 3 -. -- "" .,.. ., H 2- 3236 -1,1 ,.,,, gif ,1 11 -' "" " . . 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Kei'l'h Burwell. Terry Carlson. Arla Carlson. Dwaine Carr. Phyllis Carrico. Beverly Caspers. Karen Chasley. Doris Chrisl. Joan Chrislensen. Beverly Coble. Harold Cornish. Eldon Crowley. James Cudabaclr, Elmer Daily. Monle Danh. Paul David. Carolyn Denman. Shirley Denney, Roger Devine, Mary Donaho, Bonnie Douglas. Pal' Dowse, Kelvin Draucher. Carolyn Dunham, Joyce 1 Page 53 Page 54 Freshmen Eacker, Marilyn Eckhou'l', Bernadine Ecklund, Berneice Ecklund, Berneifa Ehlers, Donald Ehly, Ewald Ely, Arlis Envick. Roberl' Everis. Warren Ewold'l', Roberl' Farm, Burdeite Farm, Allan Farrar. Roger Felker, Lewis Fleming. John Forbes, Shirley Franke. Margol' Garrelson. Sianley Gasfon, Mervie Gehre, Leonard Genereux. Irma J. Gilgren. Gordon Glade. Dixie Goa, William Golus, Ronald Goodchuck. Gary Graff, Genevieve Greer, Wardell Griess. Joanne Haberman, Joan Hackel"l', Joy Hagadone. Don Hale. Vivian Hamar, Dwayne Hamilion, Maren Hammond, Charles I 1' Freshmen Hanes. Nancy Handel. 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Richard Menagh. Isabel Merryman. William Meyer. Eleanor Meyer. Jacquelyn Meyer. Ru'l'h Miller. Douglas Milne, Sue Misener. Irene Miichell, Joyce Modrell. James Moes. Lucille Mohler. Jerry Molley. Bernard Moody. Gene Moor. Burdell-e Morris. Roger Morris. Thomas Mosel. Larry Mousel. Marie Page 57 Page 58 Freshmen Muehling. Eldon Mueller. Carl Mumford. Delores Munson, Donald Nekuda. Don Nelson, Donna Nelson. Kay Nelson. Ronald Neuiahr, Janice Nickerson. Barbara Nickman. Eugene Nicodemus, Marci Nilson. Mark Novy. Lyman Olson. Kamen 0'Neill. Donald Osmera. Alvin Orlgiesen. JoAnn Osl'erhoud'l', Elaine OH. Pa'lricia Oflo Paul O'H'um, Donna Owens. Sieve Paifz, Monica Palmer, Janice Pa'l'sioS. Nick Fallon. Frank Pavelka. Edwin Peisler. Paul Pe'l'ers, Bob P.el'erson. Richard Fllasl-er. Alvie Piskorski. John Piskorski. Marlin Plellner. Glenn Pollali-. Erin Freshmen Po'l"l'inger. Roberl' Pramberg, Duane Purinlun, Sharon Pursel. Carol Quinn. Leslie Rahmeyer. Elnora Ramsey. Jearld Reed. Marlyn Reicks, Charles Reinerlson. Marilyn Richardson, Marvin Rich'l'er, Joan Ricke'l"l's. Marilyn Roberls. David Robinson. Carolyn Robinson. Frank Rockwell, Barry Rohrs. John Rolland. Yvonne Ronne. Delores Rork. Alila Rowland. John Ruebsamen, Merna Russell, Jessie Ru'l"l', Charlene Ruybalid. Evelyn Sanders, Donna Sawyer. Jerry Scheirman. Barbara Schmidf. Harry Scoville. Roberl- Siebecker. Thelma Simon, Sharon Siforius. Howard Sifzman. Shirley Sla'H'ery. Larry Page 59 Page 60 Freshmen Slingsby. Bernard Sfone. Leo Smefs, Jim Smifh. James Smilh. Janice Smi'l'h, Jean Smi+h. Roger Smilh, Shirley Soflley. Beverly Spargof Richard Spray. Mary M 'XV A Sl-ales. Jerry Sfear. Sharon A Sierling, Riley Sfeward. Marilyn S'l'ransky. Marlene Slobbe. Janine S'l'olz. Paul Stone. Raymond Sfrong. Lynn Sfubbs. Kei'l'h Surber, Larry Surface. Bill Swifl, Ralph Teahon. Huberl Tegler. Pafricia Te'l'er, John Thomas. Coleen Thompson. Loren Tilgner. Palricia Tilmanis. Aga'l'e Timmerman, Larry Tinker. Charles Ti'l'l'ering'l'on, James Tro'l"l'erl James Tucker, Lavyanne Freshmen Turnbull, Danny Urwiller. Slanley Van Camp, Karen Van Dyke. Maurice Vist. Donna Viren. Barbara Von Ohlen. Be'H'y Walfers, Ronald Welle, Mariean Whariman, Gordon While. Calherine Wilkee. Eldon Williams, Leslie Williams. Nadia WiImo'l'. Duane Windels, Donna Wise. Nancy Wif'l'. Paul Wil"l'ers. Jeanne'l"l'e Wilfrock, Ar'l' Woodruff. Shirley Wurdeman, Norine Wya+'l. Rose Yosf. Janel' Zabrzewske. Mary Ziegenbein. Bonni-e Zimmerman. Neva Zink. Arden Zubrod. Ronald Hammond, Earl Sieward. Shirley Page 61 Second Semester Students Beishline, Harold Bradley, Jacqueline Brown, J. C. Chambers, Allyn Dady, Lloyd Danielson, Don Ferguson. Vernon Haile, Jack Hart, Lyle Helmuth, Nancy Jones. R. L. Lehmann. Sherman Lewis, Leander Lowell. Melvin Kirwan. Emil Kirwin, Myron Korcek, Fred Korcek. James McCanipbeIl, Roger Monasrni-th, Thomas Radford, Rex Rasmussen, Bob Raveling, Goldie Rolfsmeyer, Dean Schloatmun, Elnoro Sorensen, Willis Sundermeier, Trindle, John Welker. Richard Westesen. John Whitcher, Charles Wink, John wolf, Norma Dr. Leo Thomas iabovei converses wiTh sTudenTs abouT regisTraTion prob- lems. The MeTronomes irighTj, Fresh- men girls quarTeT, have made many appearances on The campus during The year. Members of The quarTeT are Linda Larsen, Joyce Bishop, MargoT Franke, and Joyce MiTcheil. Coihecon members fbelowi baked The cake ThaT was served aT Their annual wedding. Miss GarreTT anci Mrs. ManTor, assisTed by Amy Dusek, did The serving Tor The evenT. "f W MM W WWXMVQW ff fi W W Q M W iff? W Z Giemmz msm , . STUDENT COUNCIL-TGP ROW: Jim Crowley, Bud Farm, Ardyce Carroll, Jack King, Bob Gell, Robin Croissanh Jane Ander- son. BOTTCM ROW: Sharon Glenn. Shirley Denman, Mr. Danlcer, sponsor: Dean Wise, Roger Dahlin, Mary Alexander, RoDonna Linclholm. Miss Klein, sponsor: Jo Anne Meyer, Rosie Laguna. Student Council The weekly Monday meeTings of The sTudenT council are held in The Blue and Gold room OT The sTudenT union wifh Roger Dahlin presiding. Along wiTh The honor oT being a council member goes a greal' deal oT responsibiliTy. Council members sTrive To sTrengThen The cordial relaTionship among sTudenTs and be- Tween TaculTy and sTudenTs. They sTudy and aTTempT To solve, Tor The beneTiT OT all sTu- denTs, The various problems ThaT arise during Page 66 The course of The school year. The sTudenT council is responsible Tor numerous campus acTiviTies including l-lome- coming, The all-college dance, Friday nighT enTerTainmenT Tor The sTudenT body, pep rallies, Bronco Days, and oTher acTiviTies, Miss DoroThy Klein and Mr. Del Danlcer are TaculTy sponsors oT The sTudenT council. ElecTed To head The council nexT year are Dean Wise as presidenT and Doyle l-lowiTT, vice-presidenT. mm mm ss' mins A group of Sfudenl Council members leaving lhe Sludenf Union afrer H1 A is fi Q, KM B 'if . yawn- If H Maw ,fy msgs My 21 I If I ii Siiw G E ,ENE B Br Q. N I is I is , . ' f' E -' 5:5 3 a W3-N' fsm Wi W A? mx OH' E smxw so STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: labovel Mr. Danker, spon- sor: Dean Wise. Treasurer: Roger Dahlin. presiclenl: RoDonna l.incll1olm,secre1'ary: Mary Alexander, vice-presidenf: Miss Klein, sponsor. STUDENT UNION ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE: Marilyn Whilney, Arr Embree. LaVonne Shaffer, Mrs, Websfer, sponsor: Fred Kempli, Lexis Clark. Page 67 vm ug l .fl K 5 -as Xi Phi 1. . QA is XI PHI-TOP ROW: Mike Yanney, Bill Kalous, Virginia Duncan, RoDonna Linclliolm, Gary Thomas, Bolo Dick, Mr. Holmgren. sponsor. SECOND ROW: Pafsy Johnson, Jo Anne Meyer, Marlon Aulole, Colleene Cline, Carol Raine, Ella Douglas, Janel Milchell. 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BOTTOM ROW: Connie Nordbroclc, Shirley Shaffer, Charloiie Fisher. Ella Douglas, Colleene Cline, Pi Omega Pi Membership in Pi Omega Pi, naiional honorary commerce iralerniiy, is beslowed upon Jrhose sludenls in commerce who have done superior work and who have Those quali+ies which lend ro make for success in reaching. Dinner meelings once a monlh have been Jrhe fealure of The year's aciivilies wiih iniiiaiion ceremonies or programs of a pro- fessional nalure as parl ol The agenda. The second annual deparlmenial dinner was held in December. During Chrislmas vacalion Bill Kalous and Bob Dick were delegaies lo The Phi Omega Pi nalional convenlion in Chicago. Page 69 if 'E-,AST . gf.,,.' 21 ra -A -A in 11 LA P921 Wil-Sn X!-'Ss ' i ms ,vw Yu ' MW. f aw m.nw,m H- 5,4 1 f-'ima -an argua- WM rf-Yi an - la? - WM M rx K g EIN E71 mammal Erin afiar'A"1 mei? 'ri' gag main H? 5 1235255 -- E'iB2!fP5iW:g3f-aallm 1-5 g...ai.:ml I xg ss? 5 a ima X - 2, L i -ss- me :era M r E 5 gn.. as . ,1 ia., giiy. Va,,-.ssiifimmwmixi ..,,,,.. .usgm .yan w. af-imwfiah-N Y .-L , ray,-,g fd -Q rx 3? 6 zz .5 IS nga NEWEQE ma- Ma sim? a ,mi-. is Q . W wi-ps M me is is was naw nun: -1 W was mfmsmfnsf an 'PN' f---Xmas f-,L-,mamma - rar Q-.11-Q aagwiggw -anna E . ggman... aaa -as mmm M1 gimmaw as was .aw-.gm.m,fs:fg ww gag Nz. TESSEME 'P , 4' WELS Us W, I, Tm-agaga rfafgalzeggs Pgigggggw .rms .. M, ,W W W as-s H EE Ei' Eiga. wi-rr SWK 33535 F29 aaa'-'sw E2 iigk w.g..sa Hakim Q88 am . E Pl KAPPA DELTA-TOP ROW: Fred Kempf, Doyle Howiii, Richard Kimbrough, Mike Yanney. BOTTOM ROW: Doris i-lunse. Connie Nordbrock, Pi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delia is The honorary fraiern- ily on Jrhe campus which recognizes and iniiiaies ouisianding members fin debare and orajrory. Pi Kappa Delia members won several forensic honors during Jrhe pasir year. A+ The annual Rocky lvlounlain Speech Confer- ence Meel held ai The Universily of Denver, Bill Roach was ralred superior in discussion and Dick Kimbrough won men's oraiory. In Jrhe sialre forensic Jrournameni Roberi Polriinger capiured firsr place in exrempor- aneous speakingg Dick Kimbrough was Page 70 awarded iirsr place in men's peace oralory and Dean l-lascall Took second place in men's open oraiory, Dick Kimbrough was rared superior and Bill Roach an excellenr in discussion. Bill Roach and Dick Kimbrough, accompanied by Mr. Ahrendis, arlended ihe Pi Kappa Delia naiional meer ai Red- lands, California. Officers of Pi Kappa Della are: Bonnie Tucker, Presidenlg Dick Kimbrough, Vice- President Ardyce Carroll, Treasurer: Fred Kempf, Secre+ary1 and Mr. Harold Ahrendrs, Sponsor. Lambda Delta Lambda Lambda DelTa Lambda recognizes The naTional convenTion oT Lambda Those sTudenTs who have done ouTsTanding DelTa Lambda was held in Kearney in The work in The Tield oT physical science. Each summer oT I954. AT This convenTion, Dr. year The Epsilon chapTer sponsors acTiviTies Donald E. Fox was elecTed naTional vice- Tor The physical science deparTmenT. presidenT. LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA ACTIVES -TOP ROW: Calvin DeLano, Glen Underhill, Jack Swanson. Mr. Beck- man, sponsor: Mr. Larson. sponsor: Dr. Fox, sponsor. BOTTOM ROW: Miss Nelson, sponsor: Dr, Morse, sponsor: Gordon Moor, Erna Jensen. Mary Alexander. LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA PLEDGES -TOP ROW: William Brown, Gerald WeTovick, J. D. Meyer, Berl Spencer. Alan Morris. Rex Glover, Jerry Bebernes. Jim Swanson, Ari' Alber- ding. BOTTOM ROW: Bill Marlarf. Tom Chaney. Marianne AlTmaier, Barbara Allmand. Sylvia ChrisTensen. Rod Landers. T Page 71 PX fx ,yr ily if , N L. L52 l lr p. fy l lll ll R rr Kappa Pi Marilyn Whilney. L , . will NLAPPA Pl: Jerry Jones, Rex McGinnis, Donna Brinlc, Jo Anne Meyer, Miss Larson, sponsor: Janer Milchell, Larry Pelerson. A i Befa Beta Beta BETA BETA BETA-TOP ROW: Oren Smallcomb. Dwayne Hamar, Myron Kirwin, Bill lhm, Don Srraney, Charles Vandruff, Dayne Smirh, Jerry Wefoviclc. John Nicholson, Dwighr Hahn, Larry Wesrerbuhr, Roberr McMahon. Gordon Moor, George Hueffle, Earl Hammond. SECOND ROW: Melclon Laclcer, Duane Shackelford, Eugene Carlson, Jerry Meyer, Larry Ferguson, Bill Ahrerns, Dean Wise, Huber Teahon, Alan Morris, Jerry Srales, Berl Spencer, Ted Anderson, Clarence Lippsrreu. Erin Pollar, Anira Tilmanis, Wm. Schlnackenberg, Rod Landers, Emil Kirwin, Dr. John Bliese, sponsor. BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Hanson, sponsor: Shirley Bonnell. Berneira Eolclund, Sylvia Chrisfensen, Marianne Alfmaierr, Carol Kniss, Sue Milne, Nancy Helmuih, Colleene Cline, Sharon Glenn, Janine Slobbe, Margol Mangan, 5 Q 5 1 11 H I Q Un- Pugc 72 Kappa Della Pi Kappa Della Pi, honorary educalion lralernily, has enioyed ils second year as an organizalion on lhe Kearney Slale Teachers College campus. Our chapler, lhe Ela Phi chapler, had lhe exlreme privilege ol spon- soring a convocalion during Educalion Week. For lhis convocalion, Kappa Della Pi was honored lo have Dr. l-larry Burke. Superinlendenl ol Schools, Omaha, Ne- braska, as lhe guesl speaker. Ollicers ol Kappa Della Pi are: Michael Yanney, Presidenlg RoDonna Lindholm, Vice- Presidenlg Virginia Duncan, Secrelaryq Mrs. Edna Nigh, Treasurer: and Dr. Leona Mae Failor. sponsor. KAPPA DELTA Pl-TOP ROW: Amelia Novasad, Leonard Skov, Michael Yanney, Dr. Leona Mae Failor, sponsor: Gary Thomas, Bob Dick, Bill Kalous, Carol Ralhe. BOTTOM ROW: Belly l-lernbloorn, Ellen Folh, Janel Milchell, Doris I-lunse, Palsy Johnson, Addie Lybarger, Jo Anne Meyer. aff 4 Page 73 SIGMA TAU DELTA-TOP ROW: PaT Roucis, Tom Chandler, John DeRolT, Bob Dick, Leonard Skov, Barbara Dickerson. BOTTOM ROW: Jo Anne Meyer, Shirley lvlageZ'Te, Lois l-lanshew, Olivene Bailey, Marilyn WhiTney. Sigma Tau Delta Xi BeTa, ChapTer oT Sigma Tau DeI+a. naTional honorary English TraTerniTy, was organized in i928 wiTh Calvin T. Ryan as sponsor. The aim oT The organizaTion is To promoTe an undersTanding OT greaT liTera- Ture 'and To sTress sinceriTy, TruTh, and design in wriTing. The local group has TiTTeen members- Twelve acTive and Three associaTe. English majors wiTh a scholarship average oT 3.0 are enTiTled To acTive membership and English minors wiTh The 3.0 average may be- come associaTe members. I The AnTler, The only liTerary publica- Tion on The campus, is published by The members. The magazine consisTs oT essays and shorT wriTTen skeTches conTribuTed by Page 74 boTh college and high school sTudenTs. A special TeaTure is The secTion which includes The winning essays enTered in The Freshman Essay ConTesT. EdiTor oT The T955 AnTler was Barbara Dickerson. Bob Dick was busi- ness manager. Each year members and alumni OT Sigma Tau DelTa gaTher aT a Tormal ChrisT- mas dinner. This year's guesTs heard Mr. C. T. Ryan speak abouT The hidden melodies Tound in The speeches of Shakespeare's non- sensical characTers. OTTicers OT Sigma Tau Delfa are: John DeRolT, PresidenTp PaT Roucis, Vice-Presi- denTg Barbara SmiTh, SecreTaryg Bob Dick, Treasurer: and Shirley MageTTe, l-lisTorian. fi 5k-'ew eme- REID! M ww -HE, 'XLR mme-, -'Q Q37 ff me nz Jane? Yosl Faye Larreau, Bern 'ra Ecklund MIDDLE ROW Phyllis Bomberger. Barbara Sclwelrman. Gvennece Tunnell, Adell l-llllmer. Carolyn Draucker, Colleen Thomas JoAnn Brandl BOTTOM ROW Donna l-larsl Kay Sfrasburg Jan M1 clwell Addie Lybarger, Grelcnen Burgess, Miss Harrier Ylngllng, sponsor MENC TOP ROW Margof Franke, Behy Mundi' Norris Augushn, Larry Collison Jamef Mnrchell Paul Perf er. Lee Ruppen, Carol Rall-ne BOTTOM ROW Vera Colllson Arlene Fosfer. Joyce Bsslwop Joyce Mllclwell Linda Larsen Carole Anderson Q, f 1 via fm.- nun ew A E Colhecon COLHECON-TOP ROW: Amy Duselc. Anne Chrisfensen, Valelia Hunse, Monica Pailz. Delores Ronne, Sheila Johnson, Shirley Johnson. SECOND ROW: Par OH, Dagmar Naylor, LaVonne Schaffer, Sonia Paulsen, Marilyn Whifney, Isabelle Hoegh, Dolly Slegman, Donna Brown. THlRD ROW: Blanche Cargill, Leona Clemenl. Donna Nelson, Marlha Hansen, Lavila Kapperman, Pal Olson, Beverly Soffley, Doris Hul-shizer. FOURTH ROW: Nadia Williams. Karen Caspers, Glenda Calvin, Donna Olrlun, Pal Robinson. Sally Hollman, Mrs. Sleinmeyer, Phyllis Carr, Marilyn Riclcerls. FIFTH ROW: Marlene Fox. Rulh Ann Barker, Jackie Meyer, Janice Nuriahr, Emily Pfeisfer, Adrianne Berlrand, Karen Van Camp. SIXTH ROW: Mari-lyn Reinerlson, Shirley Sleward, Nancy Wise, Joan Richler, Marilyn Sreward, Yvonne Rolland. BOTTOM ROW: Alice Johnson, Janice Winfrey, Joyce Springer, Marilyn Kreme r. Three former Colhecon members, Mrs. Carmen Afen Bruening, Mrs. Kay Bowman McFadden, and Mrs. Barbara Reynolds Doll, model 'lheir wedding gowns af fhe annual "Wedding Mee'ling", sponsored by Colhecon. Page 76 Colhecon, rhe College Home Econ- omics club, lo which any inleresled girl may belong, had a very successful year under The leadership of Sharron Jacobson, The presidenl. One ol lhe biggesl evenls ol lhe year was "The Wedding" which is annually held. Brides who were formerly sludenls ol K. S. T. C. model Their wedding gowns. Anolher lealure allraclion was lhe formal Ellen H. Richards banguel held in May. WAA The Women's AThleTic Associalrion oT i954-l955 provided an evening a week oT Tun Tor The girls who enjoy recreaTional sporTs. Besides playing TournamenTs in each sporT, we enjoyed doing hosTess worlc To oTher college WAA girls. We were hosTess To a STaTe College Playday in November in which Tive colleges parTicipaTed. The sporTs consisTed oT volley- ball, swimming, l:nadminTon, and declc Tennis. WiTh The ChrisTmas season in The air. we wenT choraling aT The STaTe l-lospiTal, Good SamariTan l-lospiTal, and several homes Tor The aged. The evenings singing closed wiTh a chili Teed. Our WAA parTicipaTd in The Spring Playday aT Omaha UniversiTy. We sponsored a sporTs day Tor high school girls The lasT oT April, which was a high success. WAA-TOP ROW: Miss DoroThy OrcuTT, sponsor: Mariean WelTe Beverly SoTTley Barbara Sclwlrmdn JO ANNO Burr0wS Donna I-lirsT. MIDDLE ROW: Marcelyn WhiTing, Maxine Goudy, GreTchen Burgess Joann BranclT Shirley SiTzman Joanne Kivillghn Kay STrasburg, Viola Krzycki. BOTTOM ROW: Adell Hillmer Colleen Aspegran Doris ClW'5leY PlWll'5 Bomberger Cafolifn Drauclcer, Jane-T YosT, Geniece Tunnell. i l Vets Village Council f 1 -zz a Q. A I 3 ,Q . 553. img 'Xl - Q ,L M gg ra e ie ,- 2- , eg, Weefl e 7 i. W .1 sr-sees,-away-we 4 r , . . Q wmv my ' ' ' fx -Q .C .L ze: rin z f me rn Y .f me X, . H., Z VETS VILLAGE COUNCIL: Dave Escrirr, Do-n Dowhower, Mr. Slulheil, sponsor: Bob Volsleadr, mayor: Roger Dahlin, Doyle I-Iowili, secretary-lreasurer: Richard Remy, Laird McCormick. STUDENT WIVES-lbelowI- TOP ROW: Irma Alcorn, Bonnie Williams, Belly I-lunn. Marilyn Fleming, Mimi I-lueflle, M aria nne I-laufl. Charlene Glover. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Bubalc, Marilou Dahlin, Mary Irvine, Grace McGinnis, Beverly Kimbrough, Ilene Hornbaclc. BOTTOM ROW: Bonnie Johnson, Della Daily, I-larriell Fosler, Joan Dyer, Rulrhie Farm, Gerry O'Neill. Student Wives STUDENT WIVES-TOP ROW: Gerrii Taylor, Pal' McCorimicIc, Roma Thomas, Norma I-Iowiil, Mariorie Engleman. SECOND ROW: Sally Dohrman. Ruby Binderup, Barbara Thurin, Parry Bennell. Neorni I-lascall, Nadine Remy. BOTTOM ROW: Beverly Wise Paclcly Reeves, Belly Palsios, Barbara John, Dora Telzlalzf. MN, ..,,,, A., Enix ga M B , ff: We Q1 Page 78 INTER-FRATERNITY-SORORITY COUNCIL-Dwaine Alcorn, Dean Wise, Gene Maxey. Ann Chrisrensen, Jan Milchell, Rosie Laguna, Palsy Johnson, Gary Thomas, Shirley lvlagefle, Marion Aulale. Inter Fraternity-Sorority Council T o Jr h e lnler - Fralernily - Sororily Council falls lhe laslc of conlrolling and regulaling aclivilies of The social lralernilies and sororilies. The group consisis of len members-lwo from each organizalion. The council supervises Rush Week. as well as Jrhe enlire pledge period. Presidenl - Jan lviilchell Vice Presideni Gene lvlaxey Secrelary - Rosie Laguna Treasurer - - Palsy Johnson News Reporler lvlarion Auble Sponsor - - - - Mr. Roland Welch Page 79 HOLLY BALL ACTIVITIES included 'llue crowning of Miss Mildred Wilson as Della Sweetheart Delta Pi Beta DELTA PI BETA PLEDGES-TOP ROW: Nancy I-lill, Diane Evans, Kay Slraslaurg, Sharon Simon, Slwaralyn Leder, Barbara Ralnriclc, Jaclnie Meyer. SECOND ROW: Neva Zimmerman, Jan Willers, Rullw Ann Meyer, Pal Oli. Agale Tilmanis, Norene Wordeman, Shirley Bonnell. BOTTOM ROW: Rose Berggren, Bernedine Ecklwour, Shirley Acker, Marci Nicoclemis, Connie Allmaier, Marilyn Reinerlson. 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BOTTOM ROW: CharloTTe Fisher, Marianne AlTmaier, Shirley MageTTe, VerneTTa Ferris, Mary Reynolds, Mary Lou Sfahn, Frances Gross. The girls in whiTe sTruclc high Tor leader- ship, scholarship, and Tellowship This year. The DelTa year sTarTed wiTh a bang wiTh Anne ChrisTensen reigning as Home- coming Queen. l-lomecoming also iniTiaTed The newly organized DelTa alumni associaTion wiTh a highly successTul brunch in honor oT The DelTa acTives. The climax oT The year was The annual l-lolly Ball which was aTTended by Two hundred and sevenTy guesTs. Miss RoberTs, sororiTy sponsor, crowned Mildred Wilson as l-lolly Queen. The DelTas Toolc pride in Their parTicipa- Tion in The Crippled Children's Lily Parade and'Their ChrisTmas conTribuTions oT Turkeys To homes Tor The aged. MosT noTed on campus Tor Their Tre- mendous dramaTic aloiliTy, The DelTas lived up To Their name loy presenTing many ouT- sTanding slciTs. l-lelen Camaras reigned as Mardi Gras Queen. Sharon Glenn, Ardyce Carroll, and Robin CroissanT served as STudenT Council represenTaTives, and Jan WiTTers was elecTed To The STudenT Council Tor The i955-56 school year. TwenTy-one proud and enThusiasTic girls chose DelTa Pi BeTa as Their sororiTy during pledge season. QTher highlighTs OT The DelTa year were The Pledge Tea given by Mrs. Dillo WelosTer, The spring MoTher-DaughTer Tea, and The spring dance, Page 81 t , 0 T..?f 5 of . B .3 SIGMA THETA PHI ACTlVES-TOP ROW: Zoe Tucker, Alice Johnson, Mary Talberr, Barbara Dickerson, Shirley Johnson, Doris l-lunse, PaTsy Johnson, LaVonne Sohrweicl, Mary Peak. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Tucker, Amy Dusek, Arlene FosTer, Jane Anclierson. Donna Brink, Leora Riippen, Nila Corkill, AniTa Lorenzen, Shirley HarTman, Vera Collis-on, Norma Burger, Sally l'lolTrnan, June Dorhman. BOTTOM ROW: Miss Ockinga, sponsorg Janice Welker, Ellen FoTh, BeTTy l-lernbloom, Lexie Clark, Carole Anderson, Barbara Manfull, Janei' MiTchell, Joyce Towers, Mary Wear, Amelia Novasad, Joan LanquisT, Connie Nordbrock, Shirley Shaffer, Maxine Goucly. Sigma Theta Phi The "candles OT The Triangle," repre- senTing The Sigma TheTa Phi SororiTy, glowed especially brighT during The year and revealed +ha+ The meaning oT Sigma TheTa Phi conTinues To be an inspiraTion leading To achievemenT and success. The newly organized Sigma TheTa Phi choir made iTs debuT aT The l-lomecoming brunch. OTher appearances were made aT The Ranch Dance, Phi Tau VarieTy Show, Page 82 and The Rush Dinner. WesTern decoraTions provided The seTTing Tor The Sigma "Rush Dance". The highlighT oT The year was preTer- ence day. l:orTy-Tive girls sTaTed Their pre- Terence Tor Sigma TheTa Phi. The BuTTerTly Ball, which revealed The "SweeThearT", and The MoTher's Day Tea broughT To a close anoTher successTul year. X P ff YT' .X KH 4 X I x IX -5 1 3 X , QSM X5 A X39- N x X Xxx EQ Nix? 33 REQ ? A ess Q A A L Xi 2? giigfifi wggixiigzg SS E S my L N MSB? Mi 51 2 xg if 5 lex A The Sigma choir provided enferlainmeni' al' 'Ihe Ranch Dance. SIGMA THETA PHI PLEDGES-TOP ROW: Elnor Olmsred, Sharon Slear. Slella Brislol, Carole Pursel, Terry Burwell, Gen- evieve Graff, Linda Larson, Mary Spray, Kay Nelson. Carol Kniss. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Aspegren, Berneila EcQund, Rene Wisshaum, Maren Hamillon, Joyce Bishop, Nadia Williams, Donna Winclels, Geraldine I-lolzfasler, Shirley Aden, Barbara Viren. Karen Olson. Tl-IIRD ROW: Jo Christ Bonnie Donaho, Donna Marlin, Karen Caspers, Merna Ruebsmein, Coleen Thomas, Margol Franke, Dixie Glade, Nancy Wise, Belly Lees, Marie Mousel, Joyce Milchell, Jo Kivlighn, Shirley Sirzman. BOTTOM ROW: Kafhryn Kilgore, Joanne G-riess, Mary Ann Zabrzewslce, lllene Huffman, Elaine Oslerhoudr, Marlene Slransky, Berneice Eclclund, Jill Jenkins, Shirley Denman. 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Rufh Ann Barker. Mary Eckhouh DOING n, Shirley Gudgel, Barbara Pvnderso Dona Scarborough, JoAnne MSYSF- an MM n M, a M M- M MM M na M n ,W sa a E9 - fx n 'E " M M--me - R M H E . M M M Q ,-1 M M E N M M k V 'Q "ar - . M B .' .' H H " H ., -M -M '-5-, 55--5 ....:.,M... -:za in L M Q 'Q ..f sei 5 H if H ' sci K - f 3 M . .- is -M , Nga M Mn Page 84 Sregman, Virginia Lindholm, Sharron Blanche Cargill. H Masai M wa asa l MM M M Ma is , ,, 1 we "Z -:-2'f 1 'Q . V R27 T r i 11 My 'rssrssr we , 1 -1 or - ji. ' A - k fwxi ZETA CHI ALPHA PLEDGES-TOP ROW: Bonnie Ziegenbein, Diane lngram, Jean SmiTh, Colleen Aspegren, Adell Hillmer, Glenda Calvin. SECOND ROW: Sheila Johnson, Joylyn Brown. Phyllia Carr, Karen Van Camp, Dorris Hulshizer, Beverly Chris- Tensen. BOTTOM ROW: Cherie Rumbeck, Marilyn Johnson, Marilyn STeward, LoieTTe Johnson, Marilyn RiclceTTs. The ZeTa Chi Alpha sororiTy members once more exempliTied The meaning oT Their emblem-Triendship, leadership, and lcnowl- edge. Homecoming was The TirsT ouTsTanding evenT. "Gone WiTh The Wind", was The Theme oT The banqueT which was held Tor The reTurning alumni. The TloaT, "Singing in The Rain," was en+ered in The l-lomecoming Parade. One oT The sororiTy members, Marilyn WhiTney was one oT The Homecom- ing aTTendanTs. Miss RoDonna Lindholm was crowned "Cinderella oT l955", aT The annual Cinderella Ball held aT The CrysTal Ball Room. EighTeen girls chose The ZeTa's as Their sororiTy aT Tormal iniTiaTion. The sororiTy sponsored a balloon busT aT The Mardi Gras. The Spring Tormal dance, MoTher- DaughTer Tea, and slumber parTy broughT The close To a very successTul year. Paige 85 CALEDONIAN ACTIVES-TOP ROW: Thaine Hascall, ArT Alberding, Tom Chaney, Bill Kalouis, Royal Sand, Russ Meyer, ArT Embree. SECOND ROW: Roger Dahlin, Jack Neilson, Dean Wise, Dwaine Alcorn, Jim Wheeler, Bruce Lindly, Jerry Meyer. THIRD ROW: Don Jardon, KenneTh Johnson, Lee Holm, Ivan Henderson, Gary Anderson, Gordon Moor, Lyle WhiTesel. BOTTOM ROW: LaVerne RoberTson, J. D. Meyer, Jim Nelson. Ron PaTTerson. Caledonian The Caledonian FraTerniTy has had a very successTul year. Our TirsT Triumph oT The year came wiTh The winning of The Homecoming TloaT conTesT. The Theme oT The TloaT was "From Here To ETerniTy." This year's homecoming bangueT was held aT The Kearney CounTry Club where beTTer Than one hundred and TwenTy acTive Caledonians and alumni meT and discussed TraTerniTy problems. The IasT TuncTion oT The Caledonian TraTerniTy during The TirsT semesTer was The annual Pre-Rush Dance. More Than one hundredicouples saw Mrs. Connie Nord- broclc crowned "Caledonian SweeTlTearT" during inTermission aT The CrysTal Ballroom oT The ForT Kearney HoTel. Page 86 OTTicers Tor The TirsT semesTer were: RoberT OsTerlund, President Dean Wise. Vice-PresidenTg James Nelson, SecreTaryg and Thomas Chaney, Treasurerg- . The second semesTer acTiviTies were highlighTeol by Two evenTs. Pledge season Took hold soon aTTer The second semesTer began. The Caledonian FraTerniTy was TorTunaTe in geTTing TwenTy-seven young men To bolsTer Their ranks. Our co-sponsor, Mr. Warren Messman, was macle an honor- able member oT The TraTerniTy. The second imporTanT evenT was The annual "Bowery Ball. OTTicers Tor second semesTer were: Dean Wise, .PresidenTg Ronald PaTTerson, Vice-President Lyle WhiTesel, SecreTaryg and f'TxrThur Alberding, Treasurer. l Time ou? for eals al' lhe smolcerl CALEDONIAN PLEDGES-TOP ROW: Bill Rauerl. Leo Slone, Charles Hammond, Roger Morris. Don Main, Joe Jack, Burdelle Moor. SECOND ROW: George Hue-Hle, Jim Kruger, Sieve Owens, Keilh Slubbs, Di-ck Baller, Lewis Fellcer, Ari' Willroclc, Bur- clelie Farm, Dale Bubalc. BOTTOM ROW: Marvin Hokum, Bernard Molley, Kenneflw Main, Bill Shalzler, Bill Goa, Wes Korf. Ron Wallers., Page 87 ma lnlermission acfiviiie +ion of Miss BeHy H 'I954-55. s of ernb flue Win+er Ball included fhe presenia- loom as Phi Tau Gamma Sweefheari' of ESPTF I Phi Tau Gamma PHI TAU GAMMA PLEDGES-TOP ROW: Gary Ackerman, Dean Jelden. Alvie Pflasler, Don l-lein Dale Taylor Jearld Ramsey Jim Crowley, Jol'l'n Rowland. SECOND ROW: Jerry Slales, Bill Beavers, Bill Tiaclen, Jay l-laclce'H', Dan Turnbull, AI Farm. Bill Surface. THIRD ROW: Dale Hyde, Clay+on Scofi, Bill Bowers. Melvin Mclflravey, Clark Mailson. Alvin Osrnera. BOTTOM ROW: Ewald Ehly. Leon Johnson, Roger Farrar. 5 H iiigma Rigas N S1 M 5m ir E la si E2 :Q W News 'M 'iw H a 2 E Page 88 PHI TAU GAMMA-TOP ROW: Larry Collison, Mike Yanney, Larry HemimeTT, Jim Mikchell, Kyler Nelson, Dayne SrniTh. Norris AugusTin, Larry Johnson, SECOND ROW: Don Hemii. DwighT Hahn. Alan Morris, Jack King. Ron Biclcford. Dave Mills. Jerry Bebernes, Jay Jamison. THIRD ROW: Jim BuTerbaugh. Larry Ferguson. Fred Kempli. Jerry Jordan, Gary Thomas, Rod Camp- bell, Dave Brink. FOURTH ROW: Gene Maxey. Jim SanTord, Bob Miller, Rex McGinnis, Bob Rademacher. BOTTOM ROW: Jack STranslcy, Duane Shaclcelford, Don Ayres, Don STraney. Bob STemper. The year i954-55 was one oT promin- ence Tor The members oT The oldesT TraTern- iTy on The campus, Phi Tau Gamma. FirsT semesTer acTiviTies included Homecoming and The annual WinTer Ball. The Phi Tau FloaT in The Homecoming parade was louilT around The Theme "RoclceT To The Moong" The annual Homecoming banqueT was held aT The PorT Kearney l-loTel. Sam Donaly provided The music Tor The WinTer Ball. AT This dance, Miss BeTTy l-lernbloom was presenTed as Phi Tau Gamma SweeThearT oT l954-55. One oT The highlighTs oTsecond semes- Ter was preTerence day. TwenTy-nine men sTaTed Their preference Tor Phi Tau Gamma. Phi Tau Gamma sponsored a varieTy show aT The Mardi Gras. "AquaTic FanTasy" was The Theme oT The loiggesT social evenT oT The year, The Spring Formal Dance. Tommy Morgan pro- vided The music Tor This annual evenT. Page 89 INDEPENDENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION-TOP ROW: Donna Brown. Pat Olson. Ronald Schuller, Glen Underhill, Bill Patsios, Larry Peterson, Stanley Urwiller, Bob Gell, Paul Stolz, Susan Day, Pearl Dyer. SECOND ROW: Barbara Smith. Monica Paitz ,Don Tomlinson, Dallas Sinnen, Charles Jenkins, Maurice Nelson, Bob Dick, Max Dodson, Bill Marlatt. Gerald Nelson. BOTTOM ROW: Peggy Scranton, Margaret Lewis, Goldie Raveling. Isabelle l-loegh, Mary Alexander, Ella Douglas, Erna Jensen, Anne Underwood. Independent Students Association The Independent Students Association, organized in l953, began the year with a picnic at Cottonmill Lalce. lt held an alumni brealctast on homecoming and entered the Everyone had fun at the Gypsy Trail party! Page 90 ' tloat "Moulin Rouge", in the Homecoming parade. It later sponsored a reception tor treshmen and new students at Case l-lall. l-lighliglwt ot the year's activities was the Gypsy Trail Part in February with its colortul and varied entertainment against a background ot rustic scenery. The merry- makers seated themselves on logs surround- ing a simulated camptire to enioy the re- treshments. The coming ot warm weather was heralded by a bag-buy and treasure hunt on Kilgore Island. Independents went national in '55, joining torces with the Independent Stu- dents Association. The Kearney chapter sent a delegation to the nation convention at Eort Collins, Colorado, in April. Newman Club Newman Club, The organizaTion Tor inTellecTual and social programs Through CaTholic sTudenTs on The campus, enioyed anoTher evenTTul year. group communions, discussion clubs, re- TreaTs, lecTures and debaTes, parTies, dances, The Newman Club Wes feuneleel by picnics, and sporTs. Formal iniTiaTion, The Cardinal John l-lenry Newman Tor The pur- pose oT allowing CaTholic sTudenTs To organ- ize on a secular campus. The meeTings oT The club are held semi-monThly and various programs are carried ouT wiTh The oTTicers presiding. The olTicers Tor The second semes- Ter are: Maynard Wichman, presidenTq Jerry WeToviclc, vice-presidenT, Rene Wissbaum, secreTaryg Barbara Rahriclq, Treasurer: and James SmiTh, news reporTer. Cardinal Newman l-lonorary BangueT, and The Senior BanqueT are a Tew oT The high- lighTs oT The group acTiviTies. Each year a member oT The club is awarded The John l-lenry Newman l-lonorary SocieTy pin Tor ouTsTanding worlc in The club. The chaplain oT The Newman Club is Monsignor Erancis J. Tschida, pasTor oT SainT James CaTholic Church in Kearney. AcTiviTies Torm a balance oT religious, Mr. George WhiTTield is sponsor. NEWMAN CLUB-TOP ROW: Ron Zubrod, Bob Radlce, Leo Laird, KeiTh Brown, Bob Sfemper, Jim Crowley, Don Dowhower, Ronald Schuller, Jerry WeTovick, Richard PeTerson, Maynard WiTchman. SECOND ROW: Monsignor Tschicla, Jill Jenkins, Jo ChrisT. Jackie Meyer, Mary ManharT, Marilyn Joyce, Mary Divine, Mariean WeI+y, Mary Hanlon, Irma Genereux, DoroThy Kublish, Earl Hammond. Mr. WhiTfield, sponsor. BOTTOM ROW: Rene Wissbaum, Connie AlTmaier, Viola Krzyclci, Barbara Rahricls, Mary Ann Zabrzewslce, Mary Talberf, Geraldine l-lolzTasTer, Norma l-Terverf, Marianne AlTmaier, Eleanor l-lergoTT, Marie Mousel. Monica PaiTz, .,.. . ,,,.,.. ,. ,, .. . . ,, . M 5, f-- sg.- , Q., M N , ii -.ia W - 7 A lsaa me as .1 ,ii 'T' . ' 3. i use '-1 ,Vi WZ!! 4 f , X 1 ,N , X .. , x T Page 91 YWCA YWCA-TOP ROW: Gwen Hanley, Shirley Sleward. Marilyn Brodine, Janet Lowe, Marilyn Slreward, Dollie Slegman, Shirley Woodruff, Susan Ann Day, Nelle Kirkwood. Clara Oclcinga. SECOND ROW: Colleene Cline, RoDonna Lindholm, Delores Ronne, Geniece Tunnell, Ella Douglas, Yvonne Rolland, Pal Robinson. BOTTOM ROW: Belly Mundl. Joan Thurman. Palricia Olson, Janice Palmer, Erna Jensen, Lucy Anderson, Sally l-lollman, Dorolhy Williams. Page 92 YWCA CABINET-TOP ROW: RODonna Lindholm, BeTTy MundT, Dollie STegman, Gwen l-lanley, Miss Kirkwood, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Colleene Cline, RuTh Ann Barker. Erna Jensen, Ella Douglas, ValeTTa Hunse. BOTTOM ROW: Sally l-lOlTman, Lucy Anderson, PaT Robinson, Amy Dusek, PaT Olson. The emblem OT The Young WOmen's ChrisTian AssOciaTiOn is The Tamiliar blue Triangle. The base OT This Triangle sTands Tor The Y's TaiTh in God. The Two equal sides represenT The social and inTellecTual phases OT Our program. The Y.W.C.A. is an acTive sponsor OT many evenTs on The Kearney College cam- pus, such as The Big-LiTTle SisTer Tea during Freshman Week TO help The new girls geT acquainTed. ln OcTOber, Kearney STaTe Y.W.C.A. and Y.M.C.A. were hOsT TO The Nebraska DisTricT Fall COnTerence. Dr. James Chubb OT The Grand Island MeThOdisT Church was The guesT speaker. , One OT The biggesT evenTs OT The year was The second annual Mardi Gras held in February. Fundsraised Trom The Mardi Gras are used TO send sTudenTs TO sTaTe, disTricT, and naTiOnal Y.W.C.A. cOnTerences. AT This social evenT a Mardi Gras King and Oueen are crowned. ThrOughOuT The year The Y.W.C.A. is acTive in many prOiecTs and acTiviTies, such as a ChrisTmas COnvocaTiOn and lnTer-high day dinner. The girls are very proud OT The Y.W.C.A. room bOTh as a place OT worship and social gaTherings. The OTTicers OT The Y.W.C.A. are: Presi- denT, RODOnna Lindholmp Vice-PresidenT, ValeTTa l-lunseg SecreTary, Carolyn Jacob, Treasurer, PaT Olson. Page 93 YMCA am-' 'K sam GR 'A Xi!! M 3 H has -Ninn MKA sl K Q 3 M , an H EEE aaa, .5 5:21. . . H 5 ? a if H- s L I K 552-52: HE X ga algae , H9 HWS W , B :5. a 1 IX nga Q ggagd-mask arggam aaa mlm H a was a a sam E. sa sam?- nm area aa ma wa ww a fa a mx aa me E523 MQ B ES Sa aa a YMCA TOP ROW Glen Underhill Gary Ancllerson, Gerald Nelson, Bob Dick, Maurice Nelson, Charles Jenkins. BOTTOM ROW Mr Larson, sponsor, Royal Sand Slanley Urwxller, Don Tomlinson. Lyman Novy. LSA TOP ROW Mnlfon Johnson Larry Weslerbuhr Sherman Lehman. Don Baaclc, Dwighf Hahn, Don l-lemje. SECOND ROW Gary Anderson. Dean Jelcle Marlene Hooper, LaVonne Shaffer. Janice Keller, Leon Johnson. BOTTOM ROW: Charlene Ruff Jullann Beclman Belly Mundi' Donna Wrnclels, Joan Jungmeyar, Barbara Viren, Norma Burger. 1 -V M Q. 4 M Q Q cr- X R, H M 1 4 l Z K J I B it A 2 . ,ax E ' wa 9 ""'-7'3 , 1 mr K a I 'E wa :Q K X ss L s l W M Q H ' Engng, -. V z 1 J ..: w X1 S X : -.sa 1 . ,. E m Q sy 3 E a a a em m a a a me we .sa is mimi 'man - qw mmm ax is SS me B a ma mama a wa a a a a as E me na a as ar- fa a an vain a a 2 -Q .. s aa ,af H a a Q .5 si Ss H Q IVC -TOP ROW: Glen Underhill. Sam Escrilr, Harold And SECOND ROW: Bob Fosrer. Rex Glover, Susan Day, Isabelle Swanson. BOTTOM ROW: Pal Olson. Joyce Springer. Marilyn Cargill. K CLUB-TO Bob Slemper, Owens, Morg loell, Al Lewa Don Slraney, Brinlc, Charlie .i a -, a is a P ROW: Bill Kalous. Glen Rohde, Leland Thurin, Jim Kruger, Slu Tliorell, Jack Swanson, Jim Sanford, Larry l-lemmeif. Larry Johnson. Dayne Smiflw. an Wells. Joe Jack, Gene Armsirong, Bill Moss. Alan Morris, Ray Aclams, Don Ayres, Joe Mcliarlancl, Russ Pope, Claylon Scoll, Bill a as w fgfa-1m my a me H a was W aa 11 sa as aaa ,wmv P! E,-it -W-H l H s use H -.rs si asa a aa aan mam an nw wa a Ray Alexander. Mark N l-loeglw, Peggy Scran Kremer, Arla Carlson, Rally McLaughlin. Janice Winfrey, Blanche ron. Muriel Anderson, aa a ,nm -4 ss as ...W asm: Max sm as asm grams. was a as 5 3 alwwia msgs fi? mam Jim Tlnorell. Gayle Jolnnson, Wes Korl, SECOND ROW: George Abbofl. Sieve Larry Mosel. Harold Bennerl, Rod Camp- nclowslci, Sian Garrelson. Ron Roggy. Bill Surface. BOTTOM ROW: Dave Mills, Diclc Baker, Doyle Pyle, Don Dyer. ers, Dale Bubalc, Millon Jolwnson, Dale Ta lor Dave 1 w Mlm n w am up 5 WOMEN'S LEAGUE COUNCIL-TOP ROW: Marion Aubleuzoe Tucker. Margol' Franke, Valeiia Hunse, Belly Mundi, Susan Day. Daqmar Naylor, Miss Pelirl, Associale Dean ofVS+uden'rs. BOTTOM ROW: Connie Allmaier. Maxine Goudy. Belly Lees, Vera Collison, Jill Jenkins, Barbara Manfull. Women's League The College Women's League, an or- ganizalion for all women on The campus, mel To enioy enlerlainrnenl' as well as oblain helpful hinls. A picnic for Freshman girls, a winler slyle show, a discussion of lloral arrangemenls, a bridal review, and a nnolher-daughler lea made up This years programs. The Women's League Council, The gov- Page 96 erning body of The league, consisls of rep- resenialives from classes, dormirories, reli- gious organizalions, girls Jrhal live in lown and officers. Officers of Women's League are: Vera Collison, presidenlq Dagmar Naylor, vice- presidenl: Marion Aulole, secrerary, and Valella l-lunse, Treasurer. Men's League Men's League, The organizalion of all men on Jrhe campus, was acjrive Jrhis year under lhe leadership ol Gene Maxey. Olher officers elecled wiih Gene were Bob Miller, vice-president Duane Shaclcelford, lreas- urer, and Bob Slemper, secrelrary. B. F. Slulheijr, Dean of Men, acled as sponsor for The group. Among special aclivilies sponsored by lhe leagueowas a slrudenl loan fund. Men's League acfed as hosls +o lhe freshmen dur- ing Freshman Week, which is scheduled each Seplember lo acquainl newcomers To Jrhe friendly college, wiih The essenlials of college life. 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Q 5 , Baa Mg -3 own 51223, X- M rx ma Q ..4'..-., Preacher Marvin Franklin A Leland Copeland Head Coach Assisiani' Coach Preacher Leads Antelopes to 5-3-1 Record 2 if , -' A A 7 ., Hg ii x,-,gs W 7 i .X E "Na" X? L , Jim Thore-ll, All-Conference , A , at e. , , ' mi 1 in ni I x -x A-1 .,- A rf ff N V Back was one of The Ioesi . 1, ' 2 i ' ' f4" r"i.W"l fr runners in The N.C.C. Q "f"""' Q v" fc , iff. W ya.--11? :.a?..: ....-" - .- ' 33' E' 53.1-5:-3. 1: 1. -v-'ff g:.,.,:,3.,1'3s ' Q Baa za 1 n Dave Brink, All-Conference 4 ffiiilfz W 1' , ,,3f,g.,g,g,-,Qwf5.f,3 End for Jrhe pasi Jrwo years, ' 4, -ma .Ja lg , X, X rgiigggsie ' ffffiqfg . . is'9,Q3""li.'Qff151f -- is known for his pass cafch- w 'ng and QOOC' 'deie"S'Ve 4 Work. . I f'r-i'a"".s'-li, "'-- 'I . 'T '-' -.1 Q - ' ":53?f"? " 'X'. .pf1- "-1' . '.+-...WEL-Sn,I': 2.3-:.,zA'C : f , Q , V , 4.7 , a ria , . :I XYQLNYV , , 7 :ggi ' ' -A ,.,.. . . .. K... .. , iff: ..-f vm, 'SML Page 100 T QTQQ1 ' 5 Q 'J I if ,, 'Aw amz- wvgril Tr if 5' ll gi i .s fi QS . , if wait. anus. 5 s . ' is Zia if 159.25 4 , """j ge.1...i,,Lzfi.-..g..,A ilinw 5 ' -----M-. " A'-H-'1'....w--ww-"'r'q4'fmf'1-25 , , W ...sag ....--nga - + is 5 W uf ,1.....v.,.....,.-. ' 5 T . . 1 ' s,,gi,.gm:a:fs- Sgiskgz-fini.:-eskbkai. 'Z " ' 'Q ' Agigfihfagfifa 'I if! I ' .ff X 'T in f:f:.":".: 5 F FQ i m A rr sr .1 R Efaafagm sf gag T ' qf?faf::5 rv '. ' 45 ' Q Q. .ligisfia . .l 3. f r a J .. 'T ' ,H - '. " " -1. Tiff- ry Kvief Nelson Rav Adams - . ,.,. 2 Guard Back The Nebraska STaTe AnTelopes Tound The going easier This year in Their TooTball opener as They surprised The l953 Kansas College Champions, McPherson, wiTh a 52-6 vicTory. The deTense was Tops and The baclc- Tield showed greaT improvemenT over The l953 season. Wes KorT CenTer The TirsT home game was a Thriller buT The AnTelopes Tound The l-lasTings Broncos Too eager Tor a vicTory and The Tinal score ended up I4-2l. The Broncos wenT on To be N.C.C. Champions. I954 FOOTBALL SQUAD-TOP ROW: Jack Neilson. sTudenT manage-rg Leland Thurin, Joe Jack, STan GarreTson. Larry Mosel. Ray Adams, Bill Moss, Jim Krueger. SECOND ROW: George AbboTT, Wes KorT, Dick Baker, Dale Bubalc. Gene Niclcman. Jim Thorell. Wes Boggs. Dick Benson. Tl-HRD ROW: Glen Hawley, Ron Roggy. Joe McFarland, Gene ArmsTrong, Dayne SmiTh, Bill Surface, Kyler Nelson. Bill Goa. BOTTOM ROW: Marvin Franklin, head coach: Bill Bowers, STU Thorell, Dale Taylor, Don Dyer. Doyle ' gi Fyfe, Glen Rohde. Dave Brink, Dean Wise. M1 5 ll i s U T fs " V I ' f I fr -1 ., A. fs 1 W Y ' in a QZSLNYEE,-,xiii 5 Q M miwamya me X Bill Bowers Back Don Dyer lcenlerl Gua rd The nexl journey was lo Wesleyan where llwe Anle- lopes played in mud and rain. Willm The loss of senior quarler- back, Dale Taylor, lime Anlelopes received Jrlieir only Tie of 'rlwe season, 6-6. Bill Goa End E Bill Surface a ,eg 2.55 K as Tackle Dayne Smi'l'l1 Cenler Wes Boggs Back sm a m is is in is is 5 N HE lei,-' N Eggers sms is m -.ss E EH '. HERE xx Siam Lf m mg 52:4 aa E nm, ia a Jlm Thorell lrIghTl bringing down a pass in The Peru-Kearney game.. M Q We be E a a I "me saga - oe McFarland Back Nik :mad www L nm an nn E QW- , H new E me illl aeyga HE E m am 4 mms The Chaclron Eagles were cle- TeaTecl by The AnTelopes wiTh a sur- prising 36-7 vicTory. The vicTory was ,hm Krueger The TirsT Tor The AnTelopes in The End N.C.C. race. Doyle Fyfe Tackle W? me was-ig agsggg we ,,.,. Bm,w, Y, q W mga :Tegan an mg H an an an gem ml H E. a wma Bw! E Mem gwgw, Q The W uw sim N M emma a M Elms W HM as km!! H gig E lm ffms H , H . 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'ly " r' ".'f'3Z'hQ.-EXSCA11-Milfiia ,- W- W wr-fyff.e:4f .:::::..1-5-e:,.gff'-f E ' ' ' -M1-1-.N-g',:6,+m"l,5'g2 ,, so s '- 344156 gnfxjf 1 i Af -'ga g Er . gg F QE S H 5 my a H 5 H Bill Moss Back Page 104 mea - H E aaa- aww Ls aa Q: mpfqwmm gg s as-gg ami s Sw a a .W a Yi E nl H M B E U H 1.1 E as -is The longesl winning slrealc among The nalion's college loolball leams came lo an abrupl end when lhe Kearney Anlelopes downed The Peru Bobcals 27-20. I+ was loy lar lhe besl game lo be seen on lhe college field lhis fall. Aller The close game lasl year, lhe Kearney Anlelopes look care ol Jrhe Doane College leam by winning over lhem ZI-7. The leam was well prepared lor lhis game and il was one of lhe beller viclories for lhe Anlelopes. I+ was played on Homecoming Day. Glen Rohde Glen Hawley Back Tackle I ME f ax.,g.,i .W s my gsm H NE, , E ,,ss sa! Flw may gig M? FB ME mana XSS QE f 1-gg W5 gamma mms rf H 'Ag lmlf na E gm 2.l.a,,m sw a as asa E as as was is mass ss ss is E . 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They showed grea+ improvemen+ over Jrheir previ- ous defeai from Wayne. gm s s 4: M ms maya 5 -E H H as ag mn M me gan nw,-vm am s w'2w Mfsiwg miiwm H mgmglmi-zwaxfsms, s fm swswiigsig-Zs?...r.1..s ssgwssm Us Q.. ii'ma'Qs?2-Eamiii s me fs was gg-,Q-mfg ss eggs QB H? smamgsgxmi-1 E -ss mm my s-,ss E S as mms as M was as H amga H N ms a an msgs B si an a s mis H N W s sm sw T sm E I E 5 gsm X ri-fiwssisi ,ii-sii4s'?1s5i5.f,:sW,g MQ W'ff5rM,-,si-7 Hxsjgmsmsgg-M gs ngzms as naman ss mn Him in EEA Qzgxiss vs ms -mmm xi: B ss W ss ss' "ff as ss sm nm E315 B Dick Benson Guard The lasf game of The sea- son Jrurned ouJr To be The roughesh Forr Hayes S'ra+e was ready for every move The Anlrelopes made They defeared The Anrelopes 4 4 Page 106 Larry Mosel Guard Lee Thurin Tackle ' N of A V ea Z Sian Garreison End Bill Morris Coach Anfelopes Close Season With 6-15 Record ANTELOPE CAGERS-BACK ROW: Coach Wm. Morris, Bill Beavers, Gayle Johnson, John Rowland, Jim l-lansen. Ron Golus, Larry Johnson lSludenl Managerl. FRONT ROW: Glen Troyer, Darrell Lloyd, Ray Adams. Doyle Fyfe, Leland Thurin. Dave Mills, l-larold Bennell. Page 107 Darrel Lloyd Guard A Tall Kansas Team and a large courT seemed To be The comloinaTion needed To give Kearney Their second loss oT The sea- son. The AnTelopes only racked up 55 poinTs To The l:orT l-lays Team's 83. Jim Hansen Forward r Page 108 The AnTelopes, paced by Darrel Lloyd, won The season opener when They rolled over Concordia Teachers wiTh a 82-76 win. IT was a specTaTors game wiTh plenTy oT Thrills Tor everyone. DalcoTa Wesleyan proved To much Tor The AnTelopes and The Tinal score ended 75-66. The score was close mosT oT The game: buT in The Tinal halT DalcoTa Wesleyan broke away To Talce The lead. l Doyle Fyfe CenTer AT The TirsT nighT oT The Grand Island TournamenT Kearney came Through by loeaT- ing Chadron in an overTime, 74-72. The second nighT, however, The AnTelopes ran up againsT The l-lasTings Broncos and were deTeaTed 82-54. Kearney losT iTs game wiTh Wayne 74-62. The clubs maTched Tield goals buT Wayne had 25 Tree Throws compared wiTh Kearneys I4. Kearney sTarTed ouT wiTh a lead oT 30- 28 aT The halT buT wenT on To lose To The Midland Warriors, 69-55. The nexT nighT. in an overTime Thriller, The AnTelopes closed ouT The Warriors wiTh a 82-70 win. ln The overTime, Kearney raclced up I4 poinTs while Midland was only able To grab Two. Gayle Johnson Gua rd Kearney was handed one oT The worsT seT-loaclcs on record when The Chadron Eagles dropped Them IO3-65. The nexT niqhr They again losT wiTh a score oT IO2-76. Glen Troyer shooTing one oT his Tamiliar jump shoTs kb: Dave Mills Forwa rd Bill Beavers Guard John Rowland CenTer T l , Dave Mills Trys Tor Two aT The Tree Throw line. The Top place Wesleyan Plainsmen dropped Kearney Friday nighT by a score oT 79-59. The Wesleyan Team played a rigid deTense and was Too Tough Tor The Kearney club To peneTraTe. The besT game seen on The AnTelope courT This year was wiTh The l-lasTings Broncos. Kearney led mosT oT The game buT wiTh Three seconds leTT, l-lilly Beck hiT Trorn mid-courT To win Tor l-lasTings, 72-7l. ' Glen Troyer Forward Page 110 , Gene Arms+rong 52 2 Z asf i Forwa rcl Ron Golus Gua rd 3 Darrel Lloyd going in for one of his famous drive-in shols. Doane lcnoclceol OFF Kearney in The final minules of Jrhe game by a score of 65-6l. The following nighl lhe Anlelopes re- bounded lo slap Peru 85-82. Ray Adams Guard l u Page 111 The AnTelopes losT Their Tinal game oT The season To The l-laslrings Broncos. A large migraTion oT Kearney sTudenTs wiTnessed This Tinale To The KSTC BaslceTball Season. Johnson shooTs Tor Two wiTh Lloyd ready Tor The rebound. l ...-:.. Page 112 N 1 is an is H nz Harold BermeTT Guard Leland Thurin CenTer ES BOYS. INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS: Dale Taylor, Dayne Smillw, Dave Brink, Rod Campbell, and Mill Johnson. Doyle Fyl: ,cloaclm Intramural Basketball Jones Boys Jolcers Cal Blues Esquires No-Swears Ci+y Sliclcers Jacks Scrubs Ramblers Loup Valley Boys Campus Slop Sl1ol's Globelrolfers Alda Tech Cal Golds Slrays Galloping Dominoes Green Terrace Bancl Page 113 I --u fi , Q xp.. 4, ,. if Charles Fosfer Head Track Coach 'llr's Fun To Run Wirh The Champions" TRACK SQUAD-TOP ROW: lSfude'nf Managersl Larry Johnson, Charles Hammond, Bill Hircock, Gary Anderson, Junior Brisco, Leo Turner, Jack Sfransky, Al Lewandowski, Bill Shaffer, Doc Taylor, Jack Neilson. SECOND ROW: Fred Kemph, Harold Anders. Gordon Gilgen, Edward Reiman, Gayle A. Johnson, Monfe Daily, Ron Roggy, Ronald Hopwood, Roger Denny, Howard Siforius, Duane Wilmof, Leland Thurin, Jim Crowley, Alvie Pflasfer. THIRD ROW: Mike Van I-lorn, Wardell Greer, Dean Jelden, Dyle Buckbee, Eldon Cornish, John Rollancl, Jack Haldiman, John Ernsl, Dave Mills, Jerry Brady, Cliff Jacobs, Bill Surface, Marvin Rader, Sfan Garrefson. FOURTH ROW: Alvin Os-mera, Clark Mallson, Ray Slone, Dwighl Hahn. John Beilke, Ralph Swiff, Joe McFarland, Ken Main, Charles Haney, Darrel Lloyd, Harold' Beishline, Tom Price. FIFTH ROW: Jay Hackeff, Jim Krueger, Bill Beavers, Richard Peferson, Paul Slollz, Wm. Schnackenberg, Ray Adams, Jim Hansen, Gene Armsfronq. Joe Jack. Paul Wilson. Glenn Rohde, Vernon Ferguson. SIXTH ROW: Leland Copeland, assisfanf coach: Kennelh Baker, Russell Pope, Gayle C. Johnson. Milfon Johnson, Don Ayres, Bob Miller, Bill Moss, Don Sfraney, Hank Amend, Doyle Fyfe, Dave Brink, Clayfon Scoff, Harold Benneff, Alan Morris, Glen Troyer, Charlie Fosfer, head coach. 1 F. 'Q Page 1 14 Dave Brink Discus Gayle Johnson Dick Baker l-liglw Hurdles Pole Vauli Millon Johnson Co-holder of Broad Jump record-880 Yard Relay Page '115 af iz 'as Page -116 Don Sfraney NCC 440 Champion Glenn Rohde Shol, Discus, Javelin Jim Hanson Discus Don Ayres 880 Yard Relay IOO Yard Dash Bob Miller 880 Yard Relay 220 Yard Dash Alan Morris 440 Yard Dash -1 -if Leland Thurin Discus, Shol, Javelin Bill ' Surface Discus Mike Van Horn Low l-l urdles as ' we ft 1 -' f-of fr Vernon Ferguson One Mile, Two Mile Joe McFarland lrrghil Pole Vaulr, Board Jump, I0O Yard Dash Page 1 1 7 ww f Ea G54 Bill Beavers Broad J ump Jim Krueger l-ligh Jump, Hurdles Bill Moss NCC 60 Yard Champion NCC IOO Yard Champion Darrel Lloyd High Jump Fred Kempf 440 Yard Dash Glen Troyer NCC High Jump co-cl1am- .pion, Pole Vaull, Javelin Gene Armsfrong Shot Discus Clayfon ScoH' Nalional Two-Mile Cham- pion, NCC Mile Champion Doyle Fyfe NCC Discus Clwampion, Slwol, Javelin Page 119 Page 120 Tennis John Snell Bob Raclemacher Gary Smidf Jay Haclcel' Kennefh Soffley Kyler Nelson Dave Mills Don Hein .. me HH I STUDENT MANAGERS FOR THE ANTELOPES Harold Bennefl. Al Lewanclowslci. Fred Ke-mpf. Bill Shaffer and Jack Neilson. MQ Env 1-ss m M W me ,ZWH ummm M mn m mag ,M Q a ss .1 Emu S an ma Egg sis gum mm Nam was Q n QN- Qmzm H H my ms :fm mg, N m an ss ml my E my we ., H Em gum H gs a sa ES T T gms-Y 2 M E E za sr m a ss 4.1 a all ma has ss 1 a mu mn is m me E ma N E W Em H M KY, B X Page 12 s as S W. if ww in "H-M, 1 ,QW X s if 1,4 1- . ,ff .f,zz',r, '47 V A V, 1 l Q H w exae CALIHL is K Club Queen Lexne Clark, Gollwenburg Junior, was chosen as K Club Queen of l955 Lexle as malormg IH elemenlary educallon She IS a member of Sigma Tlmela Pl'u Sororlly EE? Q :HMB SA .HB ,f E D ., H E ,S N 1. Q b ,X . ,X W1 -. E X I 5 ,A P ,, '5 ss me H SEM. W W VL SS Si vi HE - HRT B H H H H R . H T w ff L Eiga , ' w - . Z if?Q VI SS ' YS ,B ,Q A - g - 1 v 2? -Hwfw W ,M H H K B H u m ., gm ss gf 5 mr :.:.::- I H Z-Wig.-:f:.::: E E 1 image xeeeegg EERE sz W Q H Q Q H H 'T B BS Z! B 'I B M E Xi N N Q ,:.:.. ' ' -- ..:::. .. 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Mrngdofn, Wamffmcl are Fraternity Sweefhearrs Connie Norcibrock Uefii was seiecieci as Caledonian Sweerhearr. A member of Sigma Thera Phi Sorori+y, Connie is a iunior majoring in commerce. Page 127 Jane? Milclwell reigned as sweel- liearlr of Sigma Tlfmela Plwi al Their Builrerlly Ball. Janel is an ari major from Orleans. Page 128 W M, Miglia!! Mildred Wilson was chosen by her sororily, Della Pi Bela, lo reign as l-lolly Queen al llie annual l-lolly Ball. Mildred is a senior majoring in lwome economics. are Sorority Royalties RoDonna Lincllwolm was presenled as Zela Cinderella a+ llfie annual Cinderella Ball. A senior from Polk, RoDonna is major- ing in elemenlary eclucalion. 1 Page 129 Page 130 Duane Shackelford, ediior, and Donna Brink, arlisf, discuss Jrhe division pages for lhe Blue and Gold. Roger Dahlin, business manager, llelll seems pleased wilh The balance shown in Jrhe books. Janei' Mi+chell, lypisl, lbelow, lelll spenl many hours Jryping for lhe Blue and Gold. Dayne Smi'rh and Bill Boyd lbelowl were sporls edilors for The yearbook. Blue and Gold To record many vivid scenes Trom This memorable school year has been our goal as we have worked on This yearbook. There were Times OT disappoinTmenT and en- couragemenT as The book slowly worked inTo shape. DespiTe The many hours oT work, There is always ThaT cerTain Teeling oT saTis- TacTion when a job is Tinished. The ediTor and business manager chose Their sTaTTs Trom Those who were inTeresTed in The work. Donna Brink served TaiThTully as arTisT. Marilyn WhiTney and Dale Black were class ediTors. JaneT lviiTchell was TypisTg Dayne SmiTh and Bill Boyd were sporTs ediTors. Jane Anderson, Charles Jenkins, and Shirley ShaTTer helped wiTh wriTing copy. Larry Johnson and BurdeTTe Farm assisTed in selling adverTising. The business manager and his assisTanTs, Larry Johnson and Bud Farm, lbelowl are quiTe concerned wiTh some- oT The bills They received. Dale Black, underclassmen ediTor, and Marilyn WhiTney, senior e-diTor, lrighTi Tound Their work To be very enjoyable. ' iEi'EZi'f a J. ii-is - WE W E E N are ,M -X ii si - Emi fl T 1 I sm iw tem gs m ss 9 E may ss B B88 W 85133 Page 131 ss F H K ng ' g,,fmgg,...ivf Tr'-"ff "awww:-vu N H ng si ::' 'f 'ne' ,M AWWA H H . Q J sm Mg .M H. ,, . ' W Y' ,mf -- new-sawed .,,, ,. - v ' sggmmixgkmgpvsa K. ,,-.-'-.,.- , Q4 mn so Q ,mm ESB as 4 ,V K W ax JT.: TT W Bf,g,,Q3e ZS, ,. ,N as E E fi ,:. , ,:,:,: ,ea--T5 gg B Q X552 ,, ' 5 5 fears- 'T , is L -fa.-,ss S. W, -. -N., egg. MW, fem-.wr-'vm -.. W, .M vga gpg ,, F .--ws-as-sei--an HE as me :A , ff :QTEK U W, T jg 5:55 w?Ti?HQN,iTl'g , 'E seaw- ,WSXHB . , an in 1 safe Y ar? " Q Q gasses K . Sf 'il s . . fa - f Q. T we W , mm 4 Q T 1 Z sea T1 ' 'sa W if Eg EZ-wus: mana? we H agwferai. R2 Q 21-B-Aixam NN E sse- MUUW E may BUSINESS MANAGER, Bob Raclemacher lTopl, geTs The ads in shape Tor The nexT weelc's ediTion OT The AnTelope. lBoTToml. Scanning lasT weelc's issue are Bob Rademacher, business manager, PaT Roucis, ediTor, and Glen Unclerhill, assisTanT ediTor. The Antelope Newspaper worlc, as any member OT This year's AnTelope sTaTT can Tell you, is comprised OT many headaches and much hard worlc. YeT, journalism is a Tield ThaT oTTers many rewards. The Thrill OT seeing in prinT an arTicle ThaT one has wriTTen, The Teeling oT accomplishmenT, and The spiriT OT working TOgeTher Tor a common goal is adequaTe compensaTion Tor all The Toil in- volved. The AnTelope sTrives To reTlecT sl'udenT opinion, and To encourage and mainTain The repuTaTion OT a "Triendly college." ATTempT- ing To inTerpreT The policies OT The sTudenT governing body and The adminisTraTion, iT gives opporTuniTy Tor sTudenT evaluaTion OT These policies. Co-operaTion and co-ordinaTion, so necesary Tor a successful newspaper, have been achieved This year by ediTor PaT Roucis and business manager Bob Rademacher, Through The capable assisTance OT lvliss Clara Johnson, chairman OT The PublicaTions CornrniTTee. QE:-: B E " iw oi 1' T Ti T T I km Q . M ----- .1 l R S . E .,., . ,Q EFFICIENCY EXPERTS - Richard Pederson, Barbara BeghTol, Charlie Jenkins, Anne Underwood, Larry Johnson, Del SuTherland, Jack Nellson, Bill Kalous. Page 132 s x 1 Tx z.. is "Voice of The Friendly College" ANTELOPE EDITOR, PaT Roucis lrigl1Tl, clweckg The weekly assignmenl' sl'1eeT Tl1aT alerTs reporTers To cover sTories. ASSISTANT EDITOR, Glen Underhill lbelowl, clweclcs Tlwe Headline cl1arT. Glen was pre- I senTed The AnTelope Key award Tor service To The pulolicaTion. T T . ,, s, T- T' M w...4111- + ,- a MTEU45 WI!! ll H2911 " Y lmq hm: lflllllfim ,, . ewwmmw ,, , 4. ' -muovii 1 Smvhmnmxv ' .., .5 I' T 1 . a.1-amy., -W., iv z Thaw fr: Riva 3' V A 5, e . -1 --N FRIDAY FOLDERS: Elnora Ralwmeyer, Dollie STegman, Lois McATee, Monica PaiTz, RoberT Gell, circulaTion manager: Roger Edson. 'snggg -1 Page 133 1, College Band Provides Music and SpiriT The Kearney STaTe Teachers College band, under The direcTion oT Dr. RoberT l-louse, held a place oT maior imporTance in The musical acTiviTies oT The college. The marching band, led by drum maioreTTe Nancy Wise, TuncTioned ThroughouT The TooTball season. providing music and per- Torming during The halTTime aT TooTball games. The sevenTy-Two piece band sporTed Their new uniTorms aT The ForT l-lays TooT- ball game. Flashy WesT PoinT sTyle, The uniTorms are Two shades oT blue wiTh gold Trim. This organizaTion added addiTional Page 134 color and spiriT To every TooTball game. Beginning rehearsals immediaTely aTTer marching band season was over, The con- cerT band was lcepT busy preparing Tor Their Tormal concerTs. This Tound Them on The sTage showing commendable TalenT' in over- Ture as well as march. The highlighT oT The second semesTer was The annual Tour in The laTTer parT oT April. OTTicers oT band are: Laird Mc- Cormick, business manager: Gary Thomas, sTudenT conducTorg Marilyn WhiTney, per- sonnel managerg Vera Collison and Arlene FosTer, Librarians. Flufe Amy Dusek Loielia Johnson Joyce Bishop Neljda l-landel Karen Van Camp Janice Welker Oboe Jane Anderson Denny l-louslon Anila Lorenzen Clarinei Gary Thomas Vera Collison Barbara Viren Janice Keller Arlene Fosier Berneice Ecklund Berneila Ecklund Paul Peisler lllene Huffman Belly Lees Joanne Kivlighn Eldon Muehling Paul Slolz Allo Clarinef Dagmar Naylor Bass Clarineh Marilyn Whilney Bill Shilh BAND ROSTER Bassoon lvlargol Franke Alio Saxophone Norris Auguslin Nancy Wise Ron Messman Gary l-loellke Maurice Nelson Joylyn Brown Tenor Saxophone Ella Douglas Elnora Rahmeyer Barifone Saxophone Bill 'Larson French Horn Ron Nelson Rulh Barker Sharon Siear Doug Miller Doris Chasle Mose Belmujez Trumpef Don Munson Joyce Springer Jim lvlilchell Allen Farm Myrl Oslgren Gary Ackerman David Roloerls Dean Holliday Trombone Frank Robinson Larry Collison Joyce lvlilchell Kalherine Slraslourg Lyman Novy Karen Caspers Larry Pelerson Charline Ruff Nancy l-lanes Barilone Donald l-lardin Sianley Urwiller Bill Lewis Tuba Laird McCormick Dewaine Alcorn Charles Jenkins Ewald Ehly Percussion Don Slrraney Shirley Acker Marcella l-lelser Tympani b Donna Sanders Piano and celes'l'e Linda Larson DRUM MAJOR AND MAJORETTES: Jo Kivilighn, Sharon Simon, Nancy Wise Dagmar Naylor, Marci Nicodemus. Page 133 F Q' f FH 4. . 5 . 5125 'S ' rf f Q H 'Q 2 was V15 vias- gf iii ef R , wir E! sg gg? ,I wg? gi is A- W , mlm: -, Mm Kim ,H -wry H .mi gi, ' E H .H .w I, H TT fy r ' . ' Q , . Eg-'fiTaff'Qf'f . it Qi firm 'lf-fag Til , FN ii C 1 V K . 4 glrggwgyg T, I5 ysgig sl-Zig-1 wsiisr 'fig 5.5. Q Q wig.. ig E iii aw-SQL J., 125' 3 My W ' H 5,3 mi. 2 M 93.3 5'kTMV. if A xwaaw A? ' , 'j , -rf., s A Fhisd 'A Acapella Choir PresenTs Vocal Music AT Three o'cloclc in The aTTernoon The college halls echo wiTh vocal exercises. This is The regular pracTice period oT The vocal deparTmenT. The KSTC choir, under The capable direcTion OT Mr. Wm. Lynn, loecome Tamiliar wi+h The besT in vocal music. Singing OT This Type demands ThaT The 'sTudenT have real musical abiliTy as well as a desire To work hard. Harmony and Team- worlc are The essenTials in such a large vocal Page 136 group. A spring concerT was presenTed by The all-college choir. This group Took parT in The annual ChrisTmas program, aTTended by many Townspeople as well as sTudenTs. The ChorisTers elecTed oTFicials To per- Torm execuTive duTies Trom wiThin The group. They are: Gary Thomas. presidenTg Vera Collison, vice-presidenT: Carol RaThe. recording secreTaryg Jane Anderson, corres- ponding secreTary. Abraham, Dick Aden, Shirley Alcorn, Dwaine Allen, Joe Alimaier, Connie Anderson, Jane Anderson, Carole Anderson, Muriel Armsirong, Gene Auble, Don Aspegren, Carolyn Augusiin, Norris Ayres, Don Barker, Ruih Beckmann, Juliann Belmudez, Mose Bishop, Joyce Black, Dale Blackburn, Bud Blauch, Diane Bonnell Shirley Boyd, Bill Brodine, Marilyn Bruening, Gene Campbell, Rod Carroll, Ardyce Chrisr, Joan Collison, Larry Collis-on, Vera Corkill. Nila Cornish, Eldon Cudaback, Elmer Davicl, Carolyn Denman, Shirley Dodson, Max Dohrman, June Dunham, Joyce Eckhour, Mary Alice Ehly, Ewald Ely, Arlis Envick, Bob Everls, Warren Farm, Bud Fisher, Charlolie Eosier, Arlene Franke, Margoi Daniz, Paul Gilgen, Gordon Glenn, Sharon Graff, Jenny Graham, Sharon COLLEGE CHOIR Griess, Joanne Gross, Don l-laberman. Joan l-lanes, Nancy l-lanlon, Mary l-larris, Norma l-lein, Don l-lemmeH', Larry l-lergoll, Eleanor l-lernbloom, Berry l-licks, Jo l-lill, Nancy l-loelike, Gary l-lolrrnan, Sally l-looper, Marlene l-lousion, Denny Jardon, Don Jay, Pai Jensen, l-larlan Johnson, Alice Joines, Lueen Jordan, Gerald King, Jack Kivilighn, Joanne Kniss, Carol Koci, George Kroeger, Barbara Kuhlmann, Arlene Labari, Donna Larsen, Linda Lempka, Kenneih Linch, Sian Lorenzen, Anijra McAfee, Lois McConkey, Richar McCormick, 'Laird McElravy, Melvin McKibbon, Larry Main, Don Main, Kenneih Maiison, Clark Merryman, Bill Miller, Bob Miichell, Jim Miichell, Joyce Morris, Alan Mousel, Marie Mundi, Berry Naylor, Dagmar Nelson, Kay Nelson Maurice Nelson, Ronald Neuiahr, Janice Nordbrock, Gerald Novasad, Amelia Orlgiesen, JoAnn Palmer, Janice Peak, Mary Ann Peisier, Paul Peierson, Larry Piesier, Emily Pollal, Erin Puriniun, Sharon Raihe, Carol Reynaga, Josie Rice, Janice Roberison, LaVerne Robinson, Pai Rumbeck. Cherie Sand, Royal Sanders, Donna Schmidt l-larry Shaliier, LaVonne Shillz, William Sinnen, Dallas Smilh, Mariorie X' Sofiley, Beverly Spargo, Dick Spray, Mary Springer, Joyce Slraney, Don Siransky, Jack Siransky, Marlene Surber, Larry Talberl, Mary Telzlafi, Andy Thomas, Gary Tiaden, Bill Van Camp, Karen Viren, Barbara Von Ohlen, BeH'y Wel'ry, Don Whiiney, Marilyn Williams, Nadia Williams, Wayne Windels, Donna Winfrey, Janice Wise, Nancy Yami, Ginger Zabrzewske, Mary Ann William Lynn Direc'I'or Page 137 c Orchestra Presenrs High Caliber Music The besT in greaT music was presenTed The Kearney Symphony CrchesTra, under The able direcTion oT LeRoy Bauer. The per- sonnel oT The orchesTra consisTs oT sfudenrs Trom The Teachers College, sTudenTs Trom The Kearney Public Schools, and Towns- people Trom surrounding communiTies. The Kearney Symphony aTTords an opporTuniTy Tor people To play serious music oT The highesT caliber: and in presenTing This To The Kearney public, enhances The culTural aspecTs oT The communiTy and college alike. This season's local arTisTs TeaTured wiTh The symphony were Dr. RoberT l-louse, cello soloisT, in an all French program. lvlaribeTh Lynn and Douglas EngelhardT, violin and viola duo soloisTs, appeared on The Decem- ber 5 program. In addirion, This year, Tor The TirsT Time, The orchesTra accompanied Mr. Sascha GorodniTzlci playing The Piano Con- cerTo I by Franz LiszT. .SQ " ' if 5' 'K -nz ii c am K , X - +A I tw '.,. . ' , ORCHESTRA ROSTER Violins Basses Vi Maribeih Lynn Hazel King Donald Mason Jenny S+. John Howard Meyer Carolee Coppel Adelberi Bonner Kaihleen Forbes Dwaine Dunning Guy Dunning Joyce Weibsier Linda Larsen Joan Websier Kaihleen Freeman K6'l'l'iryr1 Freerna . Judy Barnhari Anu Preems olas Douglas Engelhardi Ari Larsen Diane Blauch Jay Jamison Elizabeih Robinson Maiihew Shoemaker Cellos Robe-ri House Mariorie Young Beiielee Lewis Marlene Kimmons Marieria Mason Carol Raihe Tom Sibbirr Siephen Corni Bill Larsen Gillian Pearson Flules Amy Dusek Judy Keenan Karen Van Camp Loieiie Johnson Piccolo Judy Keenan Oboes Jane Anderson Dale Ground English Horn Jane Anderson Clarine+s Gary Thomas Vera Collison Arlene Fosier Bass Clarineis Marilyn Whiiney Bassoon Margoi Franke Laurie Keenan LeRoy Bauer Cond ucior Horns Ron Nelson Ruih Barker Mercedes Michaels Douglas Miller Trumpeis Roberi Buddenburg Donald Munson Allen Farm Myrl Osigren Tromloones William Nelson Frank Robinson Larry Collison Laird McCormick Tuba Dwaine Alcorn Tympani Willys Newsirom Percussion Greichen Lecron Jack Swanson Keyboard George Whiiiiel'd Harp Lila Jeannine Sibbiii Page 139 CHORALEERS-TOP ROW: Larry Collison, Gary Thomas, Jack King, Dwaine Alcorn, Bill Boyd, LaVerne Roberlson, Kennelh Main, Gerald Nordbrock, Jerry Jordon, Ewald Ehly, Don Gross, Don Slraney, Alan Morris. SECOND ROW: Laird McCormick, Jim Milchell, Norris Auguslin, Dick Spargo, Ron Nelson, Denny l-louslon, Don Jardon, Dallas Sinnen, Rod Campbell, Gene Armslrong, Larry I-lemmell, Larry Pelerson, Andrew Telzlali, Don Auble.. THIRD ROW: Diane Blauch, Jo l-licks, Belly Mundl, Joyce Springer, Sally i-lollman, Belly Hern- bloom, Jenny Grall, Charlolle Fisher, Amelia Novasad, Vera Collison, Nila Corkill, Dagmar Naylor, Leora Rippen, Margol Franke. BOTTOM ROW: Jane Anderson, Ardyce Carroll, Joan l-laberman, Joyce Bishop, Arlene Fosler, Linda Larson, Jo Griess, Carol Ralhe, Marilyn Whilney, Carole Anderson, Joyce Milchell, Nancy Hill, Pal Jay. Choraleers Are Selecl Singers The Choraleers is a group ol lorly-live voices selecled from lhe all-college choir. A lavorile and enlighlening Chrislmas pro- gram, "Amahl and lhe Nighl Visilors," by Gian-Carlo Menolli, was presenled by lhe Choraleer group. Gary Thomas, Andrew Telzlall, Gene Bruening, Diane Blauch, all lrom lhe Choraleers, and Dick Pelerson, lrom lhe Kearney Junior High School Chorus, made lhis presenlalion highly en- ioyable. Page 140 A spring lour lo many ol lhe surround- ing lowns was an evenl every Choraleer member looked forward lo. As many as lhree concerls were presenled daily. Al- lhough lhe lrip was hard on lhe overworked vocal cords, il was a big success and every- one had lun. Through lhe school year, lhe Choraleers have also appeared on lele- vision. ,Q-Jw I I I ,III is vi Ui -ai? ws."' ., , . am .. 'FMS '11 M is an .-H Em .B "' W -. H' Y. . .gets Si E -s his Eggs my 52256 s H was Jiniw 1, um Mrs B 53 sf agree W, W mms gag?-m:'s QE Im E , H.:-qvixfwg -7 igiv- Q as swsaw Ei H-.55 5 P H sam gyms E E ME N E E E W ' H N- Qs- 'fm M- -we-WN... -- WWI, Hamm We B SS 'M HE RUNS" H-K, -' If M . II :rg .Q E , EFS ..s,s,I,QIe . .. ,sm ss s Riggs- mg is 3 li E H sis nam' R N ii R 38 1 .2 . Us fi Y- K , R. 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WiTh more Than IZOO musicians in 24 bands, eleven TloaTs, and a gala spiriT, The parade began The never-To-be-TorgoTTen aTTernoon in a Tine sTyle. The highlighT oT The aTTernoon was The crowning oT The l-lome- . .. , -V. . ,fu A ., , - r T 'iw coming Queen. From Ten candidaTes, The queen was chosen by The voTes oT The sTu- denT body. AT The halT oT The game. Presi- denT Cushing crowned Miss Anne ChrisTen- sen as The I954 l-lomecoming Queen. AnoTher imporTanT evenT oT The aTTernoon was The vicTory ThaT we scored over Doane wiTh a score oT 2 I-7. The I-lomecoming acTiviTies came To a close wiTh The l-lomecoming Dance in The gym To The music OT Ellis Frazer. WiTh inTermission enTerTainmenT by The Campus Aires and Mr. and Mrs. Welsbacher, The dance broughT To a close The 1954 Home- coming. . ' fx, , E5 - f' I if Page 142 In fha floar confesf, The Cals 'rock firsi' place wi+h "From Here +o E'I'erni+y" as 'rheir 'rheme, fha Phi Taus' "Rocker +o +l1e Moon" +ook second and "Wes'rward 'rhe Wom- en," by ihe Sigma sororify, was H1e fhird place winner. In keeping wiTh The pasT TradiTion oT The school, The YM-YW Mardi Gras on February II conTribuTed iTs parT To The year's acTiviTies. ' Case l-lall's Leg-A-See was a big hiT, especially wiTh The male members oT The crowd, along wiTh The balloon bus+ seT up by The ZeTas. Sigmagrams were being de- livered wiTh unTailing accuracy all over The building, while ThehaTs sold' by The YW were going like hoT-cakes. The Tishpond run by MarTin l-lall, The darT board oT The Sopho- mores, and The ring Toss were among The oTher popular spoTs in The general area oT The carnival. Page 144 Mardi Gras Presideni' Cushing crowned Gordon Moor and Helen Camaras as king and queen of The Mardi Gras. The DelTas presenTed an old-Tashioned melodrama which Tollowed in Their ouTsTand- ing TradiTion. The Phi Taus ended The carni- val wiTh a musical exTravaganza which was aTTended and enioyed by all. ATTer The game wiTh Wesleyani, The Mardi Gras dance held dominion over The campus. The high spoT oT The evening was The crowning oT The Mardi Gras king and queen aT The inTermission oT The dance. The sTudenTs chose, Trom a group oT candidaTes, Gordon Moor as Their king and l-lelen Camaras as Their gueen. gfwr' er .f -.J ,Q Q24 357 Z Here s wha+ happened a+ +he March Gras Whai' a figure! Break +hose balloons! 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The village dancers lrighll were 'Dagmar Naylor and Ardyce Carroll. nm is 1 kia Page 147 lTopl There's more 'Phan one way +o en+er a house! fmiddlel "And will you please 'rake your hai' oui' of my face!" lrighfl Jus'l' The 'I'wo of us . . . and a room full of ghosfs! Leo and Behold Making up lhe casl for Lo and Behold were Bill Roach, Ardyce Carroll, Bill Shillz, Nancy l-lanes, Dale Black, Jo l-licks, Gordon Gilgen, and Warren Everls. wwe my 5' 2 The Crucible The casi for The highly dra- malic produclion ol The Cruci- ble-Don Main, Fred Kempl, Dagmar Naylor, Anne Under- wood, Gene lvlaxey, Barbara Smilh, Doris l-lunse, Carol Anderson, Dale Black, Thane l-lascall, Monica Pailz, Ray Swift Neva Zimmerman, Donna Labari, Lawanna Tucker, Bill Shillz, Mary l-lanlon, Bill Roach, Eldon lvluehling, and Charles Jenkins. Tak, x lTopl Fear noi, John, for l can save you . . . lmiclcllel And il' will be a g r a n cl +ransForma'rion, marshall! llefil T a lc e 'rhem +o +he gallows! CHAIR ROUTINE: Rose Berggren, Barbara Viren, Mary, Spray, Coleen Thomas, Marci Nicodemus, Bonnie Donaho, Lawanna Tucher. '- Wagoneers The Wagon Wheel The Wagoneers is an organizalion pro- viding an opporlunily for sludenls To par- licipale in a special aclivily emphasizing precision drills. The Wagoneers fosler school spiril and pep and furnish hall-lime enler- Jrainmeml for all school alhlelic lunclions. This year's concerl group is composed ol lhirly-lwo girls wilh a leaching slaicl of live sludenls and lhe direclor. Page 150 TEACHING STAFF: Dale Black, Don O'Neill, Norma l-Eaxis, Miss OrcuH, sponsor: Bill Boycl, Melvin McElravey. WAGONEERS-TOP ROW: Barbara Viren, Eleanor l-lergoir, Neva Zimmerman, Lawanna Tuclcer, Rose B C I . . . . erggren, oeen Thomas, Merna Ruelosman, Mary Spray, Jill Jenlcins, Marie Mousel, Shirley Sifzman. SECOND ROW: Jean Larreau, Joan Thurman, Shirley Thurslon, Jan Wiliers, Marlene Siranslcy, Elaine Osier- houdr, Nancy l-lill, Norine Wurdeman, Berneice Eclcluncl, Joanne Kivlighn, Bonnie Donaho, Belly Lees. BOTTOM ROW: Jo Chrisi, Sharon Siear, Kaihryn Kilgore, Marci Nicodemus, Donna Labarr, Norma l-larris, Janei Josf, Lucille Anderson, Arlis Ely, Carolyn Draucher. Page 751 Page 152 4 i CASE HALL COUNCIL-TOP ROW- Joanne K' 'l ln . :vi g n, Shirley Aden, Jan Willers, Beverly Sollley, Mrs. Mallmews, direclor: Kallmryn Kilgore. BOTTOM ROW: Jill Jenlcins, Adell Hill- mer, Nancy Wise, Shirley Margrilz, Marci Nicoclemus. Case Hall This room is more +l'1an iusl' a place +o s'l'ucly and sleep. Mrs. Ma1'l1ews is "m1o1ll1er" for +l1e girls in Case Hall. Dormitory for Freshmen Women Some of fhe girls fake a few minufes each day 'ro read +l1e newspapers and magazines. Singing is a favorife pas'I'ime for many Case Hall reside-nfs. flsmifi Page 153 Page 154 Mrs. Sieinmeyer is house moiher of Mar'l'in Hall. Ma rfi n H all Singing and reading are bofh pari- of +he day's ac+ivi+ies. f . . . and everybody is happy Dormitory for Upper-Class Women MARTIN HALL COUNCIL: Clara Schwarlz, Nadine Walson, Joan Thurman. Helen Cameras, Ellen Follw, Palsy Johnson, Doris l-lunsev, Joyce Springer, Viola Krzyclci. Page 155 Page 156 as M Housemorher of Men's Hall is Mrs. Kirk. Men's Hall MEN'S HALL COUNCIL: Dale Black, Tom Chaney, Claylon Scoll, Millon Johnson Larry Ferguson, Jerry Bebernes, Dayne Smilln, Mrs. Kirk. Comic books are educafional, foo. Dormitory for Men Some sfudenfs read fhe newspapers, oihers are more inferesfed in a good card game. Page 157 1. n a Y- rx New ss ws U W K ss H all H ll U S' - ss K K U so ms s m mx Mr. ancl Mrs. Thorp are clirecfors of Green Terrace Hall Green Terrace Hall COUNSELORS: Eldon Cornish, John Rowland, Don Nelcuda, Bolo Ewolcll. 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I 36 Acher, Shirley, Cenlral Cily ...,........ ...,,,, 5 2, 80, I35 Ackerman, Garry, Golhenburg ...........,,,,,.. ,,.,,.,,,,, 5 2, 88, I35 Adams. Louise ..,,..,....,........,.......,,,,,...,,,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I6 Adams, Ray, Blylhe, California .... 35, lOl, IO7, Ill, 95, II4 Adcock. Carolyn, Kearney .......,. ..........,.. ,,,.,,..,..,,..,,...,,.,,,, 5 2 Aden, Shirley, Golhenburg .....,A.. .,,,,,, 5 2, 83, I37 Ahrens, Bill, Minden .,,..........,.,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 2 Ahrendlls, I-larold ,,,,,,,,....,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I6 I Alberding, Arlhur, Clay Cenler ....,...................,...,,.. 35, 7l, 86 Alcorn, Dwaine, Kearney ..,..... 35, 79, 86, I35, I37, I39, I4O Alexander, Mary, Kearney ..........,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, 35, 7I, 90 Allen. Joe, Madrid .,.............,. ..,.......,,.,,..........,........,.........,,,, I 37 Allan. Shirley. Wood River ...... .......,,,.,,,..,.,,,,.,,,.,.. 5 2 Allrnand, Barbara, I-loldrege ........ ....,,........,,,,.......,,,,, 4 I, 7I Alrmaier. Connie, Kearney ........, ,,,,,,, 5 2, 80, 91, 96, I37 Allmaier, Marianne, Kearney ..,...... ......... 4 I, 7l, 72, 8l, 9l Amend. I-lenry, Lincoln ..,....,....... ..,....,....,,,,.,,,,.,..,..... I I4 Ames, Keilh, Kearney ............,... .,...,.....,...,,,,,,,..,.,,,, 5 2 Anders, Harold, Lexinglon .............,,............,.........Y..,...,... 95, II4 Anderson, Barbara, Haslings .......,,...........................,....... 4l, 84 Anderson, Carole, I-laslings ................ 4l, 68, 75, 82, I37, l4O Anderson, Jane, Kearney ........ 4I, 68, 82, I35, I37, I39, I4-O Bergquisl, Alla ............,,...,,,,,,, Berkheimer. Roberr, Miller ,...... Berlrand, Adrianne, Upland ......... Bicklord. Roina-ld, Kearney ,.,. ..... Bigge, Larry, Grand Island ....... Bills, Edwin, Ladgepale ........... Blrginal. William, Sargenf .,...,...,.............. Bishop, Joyce, Kearney .... ...... .....,,. , Black, Dale, Cenfral Ci'Iy ..,,,,,.., , Blackburn.. Charles. Ragan .... Blauch, Diane. York ...,............, Bliese. John .........,.......,.......,...... Blue and Gold ......,,,,...,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Boehmer, Marvin, Lodgepole ......,.. Anderson, John, Kearney .............,......................,......,.....,.,,....... 52 Andersen Merrell, Maywood ,,...... .......,,.,....,.... 4 I Anderson Lucille. Chappell ........ ................ 4 I, 92 Anderson Muriel, Sumner ....,.,. .......,... 5 2, 95, I37 Anderson Gary, Axlell ......,.......,. ....... 4 I, 86, 94, II4 Anderson, Theodore, Arnold ....,.... ........................,,....,., 5 2, 72 Anlelope ..,..............,.,.,,......................................,,..................... I32 8I Carrico ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,, 53 Armslrong, Eugene, Brokern Bow ,,,......,.. 52, 95, lOl, III, II4, II9, I37, l4O Armsrrong, Sandra, Grand Island ............,,....... ........,........... 5 2 Asher. Dewey, Kearney .,.............,,..... ..............,,.... 4 l Aspegren, Carolyn. Sullon ......,,,........ ,.,,..,.....,.. 5 2, I37 Aspegren, Colleen, Clay Cenrer ..,... .......... 5 2, 77, 85 Alen, Carmen, I-loldrege ..............,, ,,,.,,,,....,..,..,, 5 2 Auble, Arvilla, Ord ,............ ....,.,.,,..,.,..,.,...,........,,,,,,,,,.,, 5 2 Auble, Don, Ord ..........,......... ............,,...,.,...,..,,. 5 2, I37, I40 Auble. Marion, Arnold ....... ,.................,.,.,.,,,,, 2 5, 68, 79, 84, 96 Augusliin, Norris, Blue I-lill ,,.,............ 4I, 75, 89, I35, I37, I4O Aulik, Inge, I-loldrege .,.......... ..,....,,.,,,.,.,..,,,,.,..,,,,.,. ,,...,,....., 4 I Ayres, Don, Gofhenburg .....,,...,.,...,.,. 35, 89. 95, II4, II6, I37 B Baack, Donald, Golhenburg ........... ,..... 5 l, 94 Babb. Lyla, Broadwaler ......,...,... .....,. 3 5 Bacon, Kennelh, Kearney ....,,.,,. ,.,,,..... 4 I Bahnsen, Calheriine, Kearney .,..... ,..............,. 2 5 Bailey, Olivene, Ansley .......,..... ............, 3 5, 74 Bailor. Richard, Norrh Plalle .,... ....... 5 2, IOI, 87 Baker, Kennerh, Franklin ...........s.,,.......,.,..,..............., 95, II4, lI5 Banks, Vicki, Grand Island ..,......,....,..........,,,..,......,....,,..,,,,.....,,, 52 Barker, Rulh Ann, Lexinglon ....,. 4I, 68, 76, 84, I35, I37, I39 Bashlord, Marvin, Naponee .............................,,,....,.,,...,,,...,,.,,,, 52 Bauer, LeRoy ,,,...,,.....,.,,,,.,,,,., ..,,..,....,.........,....,....,,......,.....,,,., I 6 Beavers, Bill, Kearney .....,,,.,...,...,.... 52, 88, IO7, IIO, II4, II8 Bebernes, Jerrold, Coleslield ..........,,.......,,..,..........,...,. 4I, 7l, 89 Beck. James, Oconlo ................... .,.,,,.,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,, 4 I Becker, Berlha, Elm Creek .,..,. ,. ,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,.52 Beckman, Elmer ........,,....,,................,..... .. ,,.,,.,,..,,, I6, 7I Beckman, Julianin, Smilh Cenler, Kansas ,...... 52, 94, I37 Beghrol. Barbara, Kearney ...........,......., .....,.,,,, 3 5, I32 Beilke, John. Scolia ...............,...... ........... 52, II4 Beishline, Harold ......,.......,..,.. .,..,.,,...........,..,.,,., 6 2, II4 Belmudez, Mose. Kearney ........... ......,.................. 5 2. I35, I37 Bennell, I-larold, Lilchlield .......... .......,. 3 5, 95, IO7, III, II4 Bennell, Merle, Loup Cily ..,...... ........................,,,,,,,,..,...,, 5 2 Benson, Richard, Sidney ...,....... ,,,....,.,,,, ,..,,,,,, I O I, IO6 Berggren, Rose, Sl, Paul ......,. ..,,,.,., 5 2, 80 ........52, 76 52 75, 83, I35, I37, I40 I37 .,..,..,,25, I37, I39, 140 72 I 30 Boggs, Donna, Hershey, .,,..,...... ,... ,,,,,,,,, 4 I , 84 Boggs. Wesley, Oshkosh, ..v..,...,.....,..... .,.,.....,,,,.,,,, I OI, lO2 Bomberger. Phyllis. Cenlral Cily ....... ..,............,., 5 3, 75, 77 Bonnell, Shirley, Broken Bow .......... 53, 72, 80, I37 Boflrell, Roberl. Beaver Cily ......... .......,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,, 4 I Bowers, Bill. Paxlon ....,.........,,......... ,,,,,,, 3 5, 88, 95, IOI, IOIZ Bowman. Gilberl, Bradshaw ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3 Boyd, Bill., Kearney ................,,.,. .,.,2 5 3, I37, I4O Bradlly, Jacqueline, Kearney ........., ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 2 Brady, Jerry, Shellon ....,,,,,,,,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I I4 Brandi, Jo Ann, Kearney ...,,....... . ,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 2 5, 75, 77 Braun. Louise. Cushing ......,....,.............,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53 Brecks. Elhel, Lexinglon ......,.....,.....,,,,,,...,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,, 53 Brink. David, Kearney ........,...,. 35, 89 95, IOO, IOI, II4, II5 Brink. Donna, Kearney .,...,........,......,.,.,,..,..,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,, 35, 72, 82 Brisco, Junior, Lexinglon ,,............. ,,,,,,,,,. 3 5, II4 Brislol, Slella, Ansley ...,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3, 83 Brodine, Marilyn, Elm Creek ,....,.,. ,,,,,,, 5 3, 92, I37 Broman. Mary. Elm Creek .,........ ....,,,,,.,.,..,,., 5 3 Brown. Donna, Fullerlon .......... ......... 4 2, 76, 90 Brown. J. C.. Hershey ...............,,..., ......,.....,.....,..,, 6 2 Brown. Joylyn Kay, Culberlson ...,,.. ...,.,, 5 3, 85, I35 Brown, Keilh, Red Cloud ..,.....,.... .,.,,.,..,.. 5 3, 9I Brown, William, Loup Cily ,..,.... ,,,,,,,,, 3 5, 7I Bruening, Gene. Ong .,...,,..... ,,,,,....,,,..s,,,,,,,,..., 4 2, I37 Bruner, W. E. ........,...,.........,.. ,..,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 6 Bubak, Dale-, Cozad ..........,,...... ,,,,,,, 4 2, 87, 95, IOI, IO3 Buckbee. Dyle, Comslock ......... .........,................, 4 2, II4 Buller, Jim, I-lamp'I'on ..........,.. ,.....,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,....,,,, 4 2 Burger, Norma, DeWil'l ...........,. ,,,,,,,., 4 2, 82, 94 Burgess, Grelchen, Julian .......,,... .,...,,,, 2 5, 75, 77 Borrows. Jo Ann, Norlh Loup ......... ,,,......,...,.,,,, 7 7 Burlon. Diane, Cambridge ..,......, ..,............. 4 2 Burwell, Terry, Kearney ...........,..... .....,,,, 5 3, 83 Bulerbaugh, Jim, Golhenburg ........ .....,,,, 4 2, 89 C Caledonian .........................,..,..,..,. ..,,.,..,,..........,,, 8 6 Calvin. Glenda, Ravenna ............ .,.,............... 4 2, 76, 85 Camaras. Helen, Grarnd Island ........ .......,.,... Campbell, Rod, Gillner ........... I Cargill, Blanche, Scolia ...., Carlson, Arla, Sumner ................... Carlson, Dwaine, Anselmo .....,....... Carlson, Eugene, Grand Island! ,,.,...,. Carlson , Kennelh ..........,............... Carr, Phyllis, Ogallala ....,,..... , Beverly, Kearney ......... Carroll, Ardyce, Broken Bow .,...... Caspers. Karen. I-Iildrelh ....,.,...,... Chambers, Allyn, Golhenburg .,..,...,...,, Chandler, Tom, Republican Ciry ....... . Chaney, Barbara, Gillner .,...............,, Chaney. Thomas. Gillner ,..,........,.... Chasley, Doris, Cenlral Cily .....,, Choraleers ...........,,.,...,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, Chrisl, Joan, Paxlon ..................... Chrisrensen, Anne, Kearney ....,.,., Chrislensen, Beverly. Lilchlield.. .....,.zs, s "'fffQfQQQ .......,....,,,, 53. 9, 95, I37,II40 ..42, 76, 83, 95 95 ........53, 76, 85 .,...8l, I37, l4O 53, 76, 83, I35 ..25, 74. 86, 95 7I ,,.,..,53, 77, I35 53, 83, 9I, I37 76, I26 85 Page 177 Chrislensen, Sylvia, 1-loldrege ,..,,, ,,4, ,,,.,,,,, 4 2 , 71, 72, 79, 81 Clark, Lexie, Gorhenburg ..,,.,... Clemenr, Leona, Coleslield .,,,.... Cline, Collene, Riverlon ......... Coble, Harold, Broken Bow ......,.. 82, 125 76 68, 69, 72, 92 Colhecon . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.w,.,,,,,, ,A,,4,-,---,-,-.-,..,,,,A,,----,,-,-,,-. 7 6 College Band ,.........,,....,.,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,A,,,.4,,, ,,,,4,.-A-,,,,.. 1 3 4 Collison, Larry, Campbell ..,.,. 42, 75, 89, 135, 137 139 , , 140 Collison. Vera, Campbell .... 26, 68, 69, 75, 82, 96, 135, 137, 139 . 140 Jenn1e ........,.,,..... ,.A. Conrad, Corkill, Nila, lmperial ........ Cornish, Eldon, Oconlo ..... Copeland. Leland ........,,,,. Cornish, Filberr, Oconro ...... Cox, Richard, Broken Bow ....... Croissanl, Robin, Riverdale Cronin, John, Minden ........,. Crowley, James, Kearney ,........ Crum, Jeaneiie, Haslings ........ ...,.,...42, az, 137, 140 114, 137 100, 114 r.....,,..42 ..,.,,,53. 88, 91, 114 Cudaback, Elmer, Riverdale ,... .. ...,... 53,137 Cushing, Herbert .,,,,,,,....,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, I 2, I3 D Dady, Gale, Kearney .......,,..........,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 2 Dady, Lloyd. Ansley ........ .....,. ...,,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 2 Dah1i'n, Roger, Ord ........... Daily, James. Milburn ......... Daily, Joan, Menna ...,.... Dily, Mon'1'e, Milburn ,......... Danielson, Don, Aurora ........ Danker, Del .,.,....,.,,........,.,...... Danlz, Paul, Loup Ci'ry ..,....,. Darling, Donald, Kearney ...,...... David, Carolyn, Allanla ...,... 26, 66, 78, 86, 130, 131 .....,,53, 114 .,,....53, 137 53, 137 ....,....42, 90, 92, 95, 96 Day, Susan, Miller ..,,............. DeLano, Calvin, Kearney ......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 6, 71 Delia Omicron ..,,,.,,.,,,...,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 8 Delia Pi Befa ,.,................,...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, B 0 Denman, Shirley, Haslings ..,..,.. ,,,,,,, 5 3, 83, 137 Denney, Roger, Euslis ............ ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3, 114 DeRo1'f, John, Norlh P1a+1'e ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 6, 74 Devine, Mary, Oconlo ........... ........,,,,,.,,,..,,,.,,,,....,,,,..,.,,,, 5 3, 91 Dick, Roberr, Kenesaw ...,..... ,. Dilcken, lrvin. Big Springs ........ Dickerson, Barbara, Sumner ..., Diiclenderfer, N, R ............., Dodson, Max, Venango ,........ Dohrman, June, Kearney .......... Doll, James, Lincoln ..,...,,...,.. Donaho, Bonnie, York .......... Douglas, Ella, Aurora ........,.,. .. Douglas, Par, Ellsworlh ....,,......... Dowhower, Donald, Kearney .....,...,....,.............. Downey, Barbara, Grand lsland ,..,.... Dowse, Kelvin, Comsrock ...,..,,...., Drake. Leslie, Mascor ................... Draucher, Carolyn, Benedicl ........... Duncan, Virginia, Wood River.. Dunham, Joyce, Grand lsland ...,..., Dusek, Amy, Ravenna ......,...,.... Dyer, Donald, Kearney ...,..,,, 68, 69, 73, 74, 90, 94 74, 82 .,,..,,36, 69, 90, 137 ........,,43, 82, 137 ..,.,,,,....,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.26 36, 68, 69, 90, 92, 135 91 .......,.,,26, 78, ....,,,,53, 75, 77 68, 84 137 76, 82, 135, 139 101, 102, 95 Dyer, Pearl, Kearney ........., ....... ........,..,...........,.. 3 6 ,9O E Eacker, Marilyn, Broken Bow ......,. ..........,..... 5 4 Eckhour, Bernadine, Amhersi ......... ...,......,,,,.. 5 4, 80 Eckhoul, Mary, Amhersl .............. ................,.... 8 4, 137 Ecklund, Bernice, Elwood ......,,. .............. 5 4, 75, 83, 135 Ecklund, Berneiia, Elwood .,......... ....... 5 4, 72, 75, 83, 135 Edson, Roger, Farfnam ....,................ ............................ 4 3, 133 Ehlers, Donald, Grand lsland ........ ..............,......................... 5 4 Ehly, Ewald, Sufron ...,....,,,............ .......... 5 4, 88, 135, 137, 140 Ely, Arlis, Grailon ,................ ..........,................. 5 4, 137 Embree, Arlhur, Merna ............. ..,....... 2 7, 86 Engleman, Harold, Kearney ......... ....-..,...... 3 6 Envick, Roberl, Kearney .......... ........ 5 4, 137 Page 178 Ernsr, John, Columbus .,..,,, . Escrilr, David, Oakdale ....... Evans, Diane, Big Springs ....... Everls, Warren, Sulron ..,..,..... Ewoldr, Roberi, S'rap1e'ron ......,.. F Fallor, Leona . A..,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Farm, Burdelle, Kearneya .,.. ., Farm, Allan. Wilcox ..............,.. Farrar, Roger, Maywood ....... Felker, Lewis, Eddyville .....,., Ferguson, Larry, Taylor .......,,,,,, Ferguson, Vernon, Ansley .....,.., Ferris, Vernela, Osceola ......,..... Fischer, Florence, Burwell .....,,,,. Fisher, Charlolre, Amhersl ....... Fleecs, Dororhy, Surherland ..,.... Fleming, John, Lexinglon.. Forbes, Shirley, Hunrley... ........,43, 114 78 ........43, 80 137 73 83. 137 .,,,,,.54, 88, 135, 139 88 97 72, 89 ...,.,.62, 114, 117 81 ...,...,,,37, 69, 81, 137, I40 Fosrer, Arlene. Kearney ..,.,.,.... 43, 75, 82, 135, 137, 139, 140 Fosier, Charlie .......,..........,...........,....,..,,.,.....,......,..,..,.,,,,,, 17, 114 Fosier, Roberr, Kearney ....,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7, 95 Folh. Ellen, Ord ............... ....... 2 7, 73, 82 Fox, Donald ...................,...,................... .,..................,....,., I 7, 71 Fox, Marlene, Gandy ......,.........,,,......,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 43, 76, 84 Franke, Margoi, Pleasanlon .... 54, 75, 83, 96, 135, 137, 139, 140 Franklin, Marvin ..........,,, ,,,.....,.,...,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 7, 100, 101 Fyfe, Doyle, David ciiy ....., 95, 101, 103, 107, 108, 109, 114 G Gallemore, Doris ..........,......,,..,.................. ......,...,,. .,.,,..,.,, 1 7 Garre1'1', Delia ...........................,,.,,..,..,.,.,,,,,.,.,..,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 17 Garreison, Sranley, Smilh Cenler, Kansas .... 54, 95, 1O'1, 105, 1 14 Gaslon, Mervie, Minden ....,.................,,.,,,. ...,,...,,,,.. ......,,.,. 5 4 Gasrcn, Russell. Minden .,...... Gehre, Leonard, Gibbon ,....... Gell, Roberl, Nelson ..................... Genereux. Evelyn, Campbell ......... Genereux, lrma. Campbell ........, Genfry, Boyd, Exerer ......,,......,.,... George, Clelys, Broken Bow ........, Gilgen, Gordon, Kearney ......,,.. Glade, Di-xie, Grand Island ....... .. Glenn, Sharon, Hildreih ....,............. ........4-3, 90, 133 .,......,.,54, 91 . ......... 54, 114, 137 83 72, 137 Glover, Rex, Broken Bow ........,.,..,........ ................. 3 7, 71, 95 Goa, William, Denver, Colorado ....... .......... 5 4, 87, 101, 102 Golus, Ro'na1c1, Loup Cily .....,..,.... Goodchuck, Gary, Kearney ....... Goudy, Maxine, Kenesaw .,...,. Grahc, Genevieve, York .......,... .,........54, 1017, 111 77, 82, 96 ....,.,54, 83, 137, 140 Graham, Sharon, Miller ................ ................... 4 4, 137 Grandslalzl, Sianley, Maxwell .......,...... ............................ 3 7 Greer, Wardell, Sioux Cily, Iowa ....... ,,..,,...,.,,........., 5 4, 114 Griess, Joanne, Suilon .................,... ......, 5 4, 83, 137, 140 Gross, Donald, Broken Bow ......... .......... 4 4, 137, 140 Gross, Frances, Red Cloud' ........ .....................,... 8 l Gudgel, Shirley, Ravenna .,.............., ........ 4 4, 84 Gunderson, Carol, Dix ..,,............,.. Guzinski, Jerome, Grand ls1and,,. H Haberman, Joan, Sullon ..... Hackell, Jay, Kearney ..,......, Hagadone, Don, Cozad ........., Hahn, Dwight Hampion ,.,,,...... Haile, Jack, Grand lsland .,.,.,. Haines, Elsie, Naponee .,,.......... Hale, Vivian, Grand Island .....,. Haldiman, John, Columbus ....... Hamar, Dwayne, Lexinglon .,.,.. Hamillon, Maren, Kearney .,....,. Hammond, Charles, Porrer ....... Hammond, Earl, Lilchlield ....,.... ........44 .......54, 137, 140 .,..,..,44 , 72, 89, 94, 114 ........54 14 72 83 87, 114 .......,61, 72, 91 Hanes, Nancy, Shellon .......,.,,.... ........, 5 5. 135. I37 Haney, Charles, Norlh Plalle .........,. .,.................... I I4 Handel, Nelda, Waunela ................,..... ..V......... 5 5. 135 Hanley, Gwendolyn, Hayes Cenler .,................................ 37. 92 Hanlon, Mary, Milchell .............'.......................,........ 55. 91. I37 Hansen, James, Kearney ......... ........ 5 5, 1017. 108. II4. 116 Hansen, Marlha, Sargenl ........ .................................. 44 . 76 Hansen, Mildred .................. ......,................ I 7. 63. 72 Hanshew, Lois, Lilchiield ,....... .,.,....., 2 7, 74 Hardin, Donald, Arnold ................. ........ 5 5, 135 Hardwick, William, Benkleman ..,... Harmoney, LaVonn, Amhersl ...,.,.. Harms, Mervyn. Hildrelh ...............A Harris, George, Grand Island ........, Harris, Norma, Kearney ....,,......... Harrison, Birdlie, Kear'ney ,.....,. Harrold, Leona, Anselmo ........, Hari, Lyle, Riverdale ..........s Harlman, Shirley, Pa,xIon .A....,. Hascall, Dean, Kearney ....... Hascall, Thane, Kearney ..,...,.. Haslcin, Jerry, Kearney ......... Haull, William, Glenville .......... Hawley, Glen, Arcadia ................ , Haxby, Beverly ........,............,.......,..... Hehnke, Roberl, Grand Island ....,..,, Hein, Doinald, Kearney ................... Helmulh, Nancy, Kearney ..,,..,, Helser, Marcella, Shellon .....,..... Hemie, Don, Hildrelh ,.., A..... ...,..... ...,................,... 4 4 . 39 Hemmelr, Lawrence, Kearney .............,..., 44,89 95 137 Henderson, Ivan, Golhenburg ...,...... . Hensel, Mildred, Kearney ........,. .,..,.,. Hergoil, Eleanor, Orleans .....,.,.....,...A. Hernbloom, Belly, Lodgepole ..,....., 37 Herverl, Norma, Ravenna ......,..........,.,..............,................. 55 Herverl, Richard, Norrh Plalle ,....., Herzog, Edward, Kearney ...,........, Hewill, Mariorie, Kearney ........ Hicks, Jo, McCooIc ................... Hill, Nancy, Talmage ,......... Hillmer, Adell, York ................ Hinkle, Marilyn, Kearney ..,,.,......,,,,.,. Hircoclc, Billy, Merna .....,..,..........,....... Hirsr, Donna, Cheyenne, Wyoming ..,,. HirsI', Wilma ...,.......,. ,.....,..,...... . . ........... .. Hoalson, Margaret Hershey ,..,,,..., . Hoegh, Isabelle, Hamplon ........,.... Hoellke, Gary, Grand Island ..,..... ,...,.,.37, 81, I37 82 ,,......86 37 104 ..,,..,.,.4-4, IOI, ........55, 88, 137 . 72 I35 , 94 140 , 86 9 I , I 37 73, 82, I27, I37, 140 , 9I , ,,,...,........... 55 137. 140 80. 137, 140 85 ...,...55, 75, 77, ...,....,,.,55, 114 .......55, 75, 77 76, 90, 95 ...,,,...55, 135, I37 Holcom, Marvin, Lodgepole ....,,. ......,......,... 5 5, 87 Holcomb, Laurel ..................,,. ..................... I 8 Holliday, Dean, Amhersl .......... ......... 5 6, 135 Holm, Lee, Maxwell .............. ....... 4 5. 86 Holm, Myron ,.,,..............,.... ......A.,,,,.,.........,.................,......... I 3 Holmgren, Philip .........................,......,.........................,, 18.68 Hollman, Sally, Lodgepole .,....., 45, 76, 82, 92, 124, I37, 140 Holzlasler, Geraldine, Paxlon ,........,.. . ..............,......., 55, 83 , 91 Hooper, Marlene, Grand Island ............................,. 45, 94, I37 114 Hopwood, Rolland. Fullerlon .......,.,.. Hornbaclc, Gerald, Charleslon .,.,, House, Roberl' .....,....................,,. Houslon, Dennis, Kearney ..., DowiI1', Doyle, Chappell ......... Huber, Dawson, Kearney ..,...... Huellle, George, Kearney .,.,..,, Huff, Duane, Callaway ............. Hulshizer, Doris, Annold .,......... Humislon, Ronald, Shelfon ..... Hunse, Doris, Arnold ..,..,..... Hunse, Valella, Arnoldl .,...,... Hullman, lllene, Ansley .,......,.. Husl, Mary Lou, Sullon ,........ Hyde, David, Brewsler .,r,,.,.......,. Hyde, Dale, Grand Island ...,...... lhm, Bill, Haslings .............,............. Ingram, Diane, Coleslield' e........,.. ...... lndependenl- Sludenls Associalion ..,..., ...,...37, 135, I37. 70 13,9 140 78 , .......37, 72, 87 76, 85 8, 68, 69, 70, 73. 82 76 .Hn. ss, s3,'13s ss Uflffffss .......55, 88 ...,...55, 72 ....,..45, 85 Inler-Fralernily-Sororily Council .....,. lnler-Varsily Chrislian Fellowship ....... Islas, Helen ...............,..........,,.,..,,....,. J Jaclc, Joe, Loup Cily .,.........,......,..... Jacob, Carolyn, Willow Island ...,...... Jacobs, Clirl, Minden ...,,,..,........., ,... Jacobson, Sharron, Riverdale ,....,. Jardon, Don, Alma .......,,.,........ Jamison, Jay, Kearney ............... Jamison, Rosalyn, Kearney ......... Jay, Palricia, Ainsworlh. ........,,, Jelden, Dean. Hildrelh .......,......., Jenkins, Charles, Sl. Michael .......... Jenkins, Jill, Grand Island .....,..... A... 55 I 8 ,87, 95, IOI, 105, 114 ......,.37, 86, I37, 140 139 I37, I40 88, 94, II4 56, 83, 90, 94, I32, 135 91, 96 .......,.37, 68, 71, 91, 92 137 69 ......, 45, 76, 82, I37 114 Gayle C.. Ong ........ 45, 95, 107, 109, III, II4, 115 Jensen, Erna, Cozad .........,.....,,..,. Jensen, Harlan, Grand Island ........ Jesler, Don ..,...,.......,.,......,....... John, William, Loup Cily ..,,.....,,,,,.,..... Johnson Alice, Sweerwaier .................. Johnson Bob, Torringlon, Wyoming... Johnson, Bruce, Holdrege .,,,......,,,....,,.. Johnson Clara .................,,..,...,.,....,....., Johnson Gayle A., Agar, Kansas, ..... .. Johnson Johnson Kennelh, Eddyville .,,.,,.,..,,.,,.., Johnson Larry, Hershey ....,........,,.,.., 45 Johnson Leon, Upland .......,..,..,......,..., Johnson Loielle, Beaver Ciry .....,.,,,,,,, Johnson Marilyn, Elsie ....,,.,.,..,.,. Johnson Marjorie, Campbell ,..,.... Johnson Millon, Oshkosh ..,,,,.,,,,,,, Johnson, Palsy, Golhenburg ...,.... Johnson, Sheila, York ..,,.,,......,..... Johnson, Shirley, Kearney .......... Joines, Lueen, Oconlo ....,...,,........ Jones, Jerry, Axlell ............... Jones, R. L,, Sumner ..,..,....,,..... Jordan, Gerald. Kearney .....,.... Joyce, Marilyn, Giliner, .........s . Jungmeyer, Joan, Alma ....,.. .. K Kalou-s, Bill, Kearney .......,.............. 2-9 Kappa Della Pi, ,...,........................,. Kappa Pi ....................,....,.,...,,....,. Kapperman, Lavila, Chesler ...... Karre. Fred, Scolia .s,..............., Karsling, Glen, Blue Hill .......... Kavadas, Sam, Kearney .....,.. Kaylor, Keifrh, Alam ..,...,..,. K Club Kegley, Ronald, Kearney ......... Keller, Janice, Eusris ,,.......... Kempf, Fred, Kearney .,...., Kennedy. Susie, Cozad ,..,,,,,.. Kenney, Perry, Amhersl ......., Kniss, Carol, Gofhenburg ......,.. Knulson, Wendell, Shellon ......... Kilgore, Kalhryn, David Cily ,,....... Kimbrough, Richard, Kearney .....,. King, John, Kearney ..,,................ King, William ,,,.,..,.........,,.,,,,.. Kivlighn, Joanne, Oxford .......... Kirwin, Myron, Gibbon ...... Kirwin, Emil, Gibbon .......,., Klein, Dorolhy ,,..........,...,...., Knapp, Gerald, Kearney .......... Koch, Rodney, Eusris .,,.,...,... Koci, George, Edgar ......,.,.,........, Kohn, Douglas. Beaver Cily ......... Korcek, Fred. Shellon .........,,... Korcelc, James Shellon ...,...,... Korl, Wesley, Blue Hill ..,... Kremer, Marilyn, Aurora .......... Kring, Dean, Axlell .......,............. Kroeger, Ba rba ra. Lilchlield ....... 86 , 95, 89, IO7, 114, I32 88, 94 85, 135, 139 85 .....29, 94, 95, II4, II5 .,,.... 29, 58, 73, 79, 82 76, 85 ....,,...38, 69, 76, 82 I37 72 .,..,..,.45, 89, 137, 140 91 .,,...ss, 94 68, 69, 72, 86, 95, 132 ..,.......56, 76 ......,29 .....,,56 94, I35 ,.,..45, 70, 89, 114, I18 ..,,...56, 72, 83, I37 83 89, 137, 140 .....56, 77, 83, I35, 137 ,.,...,..,62, 72 ..,....56, I37 .,,....56, 87, 95, IOI .,...,,,,46, 76, 95 ..........,56. I37 Page 179 Kruger, Jim. Sidney ..................,..,. ...,..., 8 6, 95, 101, 103 Krzycki, Viola, Elba ......,,,...,,.......,,,.. ........46, 77. 81, 91 Marlin, Donna, Kearney .......... Mallson. Clark, Kearney ....,,,,..... Max, Twila, Cambridge .......,........, Maxey, Gene, Republican Cily ,....,... Maxwell, Richard, Sulherland ...,.... Menaqh, lsabel, Elm Creek ...... MENC ,,,.,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, " Laux. Kuhlmann, Arlene, Norlh Plalie ....,... ,A.,,.,,,,,,,,4,, 4 6, I37 Kuklish, Dorofhy, Sargenl .,,...,,......,. ,....,....,,,,, 4 6, 91 L . Laloarf, Donna, Grand lsland ,......... ....., 5 6, 137 Lacker. Meldon, Norlh Plalle ..... .,,,.,,,.,,,,,, 5 6 72 Laguna. Rosie, 1-lershey .....,,,....,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 6, 79 84 Laird, Leo, Republican Cily .......,. ,,,,,,,,,, , ,56, 91 Lambda Della Lambda ,..,,,,,. ,....,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 7 I Landers, Roderick, Golhenburg ...,.., .,...... 2 9, 71, 72 Lange. Clarence, Ord ...,................. ..,,44,,,,..,,,. 5 6 Lanquisl, Joan, Loomis ...,.,,.,........ ....,,,, 4 6, 82 Lapp. Margaret Kearney ...,...., ,,,.,..,,,,,.,, 5 6 Larreau, Jean, Arnold ..,...,...,...........,,.. .............,.,.,..,,,,,,,,, 5 6, 75 Larsen. L. M ....,.........,...,.......,..,.......,.....,....,..,..........,6,.....,44 19,71 Larsen. Linda, Golhenburg ,..... 56 75, 83, 135, I37, 139, 140 Larson, William l-loldrege ...,.,........,,,...,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 56, 135, 139 Larson, Minnie ...,....,....,....,,..,.,........,..,... ...,,,...,,,,......,,.,...... 1 9, 72 Myrlle, Minden .,,,.... 83 88, 114, 137 .......38, 79, 89 Mens League .,...,...,.,......, ,...,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Merryman, William, Kearney .,,....., ,,,,,,,, 5 7, I37 Messman, Ron, Graflon ............. ,.,,,,,, 5 7, 135 Messman. Warren ......A.......,.... .,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 9 Meyer, Eleanor, Sgofia ,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,6,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 7 Meyer. Jo Anne, Scalia ..,,.,. ......,,, 3 0, 68, 72, 73, 74, 84 Meyer. J. D., Lodgepole ,.,.,.., .,.,.,........,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,.,.. 7 I, 85 Meyer, Jacquelyfn, Kearney ......, ,,....,,,, 5 7, 76, 80, 91 Meyer. Jerrold, Lodgepole ....... ........,,,,,,,,,,,. 7 2, 86 Meyer, Russell. Lodgepole ....,,. ,,,,,,,,,,.,,..,. 47, 86 Meyer. Rulh Ann. Lodgepole .,..,.. ........................,,, 5 7, 80 Miller, Douglas. El-m Creek ......,..,...,.....,,.,.........,,,, 57, 135, 139 Miller. RO1Der1'. Hendley ............,..... A....,,. 3 8, 89, 114, 116, 137 Mills, David, Norlh Plalle .,.... 30, 89. 95, 107, 109, 110, 114 Milnei. Sue, Grand lsland .........,.,........,,.,,,.,,...,,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, 57, 72 Mohler, Jerry, Lincoln ,...,............... Lawrence, Billy. Kearney. ,...., Leder, Sharalyn, Lewellen ...... Lees, Belly, Shelby ............, Leibee. Dain, Kearney ..........,.. Lehmann, Shenman, Euslis .......... Lemplca, Kennelh, Minden ....,,,..... Lewandowski, Alfred, Milchell .......... 57, 80 83, 96. 135 94 137 Lewis, Leander, Kearney .............. Lewis, Margaret Sl. Libory ....,,.,, Lewis, Richard, S+, Libory ......... Lewis. William, Cozad ......,..... Linch, Slanley, Kearney ............. Lindholm, RoDonna, Polk ........,.., Lindley, Bruce, Ladgepole ........,..., Lippslreu, Clarence, Hildrelh... Lloyd. Darrel, Kearney, ....,.,........ .. Lloyd, Roberla, Kearney ........... Lockhorn, Lenore, Ravenna ....... Lorenzen. Anila, Sullon ...,..... Losehen, Elaine, Kearney .,.,... Lowe, Janel, Alma ........,..,.,..,,. Lowell, Melvin, Kearney ....... Luce, George, Poole ................. Lueking, Aniia, A1'lan1'a ..,.....,......, Lufheran Sfudenls Associalion. .... . Lybarger, Addie, Grand lsland .... Lynn, William ..,......,,,................... Mc McAfee, Lois, Belgrade ................ McCampbell, Roger, Wesfon... McCauley, Mary, Merna .........., McClure, Margarel' ..................,... McCon1cey, Richard, Blue Hill... .........57, 95. 114 ...........,46, 90 135 68, 84. 92, 129 ..,.....107. 108, 111, 114, 118 .......46. 82, 135, 137 92 .,,,.... 30, 73, 75 ..........19, 137 . ..,... 46, 133, 137 McCormick, Laird, Kearney ,.,......... 38, 78, 135, 137. 139. 140 ' ' .57. 88 Mclilravey, Melvin, David Cily ..,............................ . 137 McFarland, James, Sumner ......,..... 57, 95. 101, 103. 114. 117 McGinnis, Rex, Norlh Plalle .........,.............,................ 30. 72. 39 Mclnnis, Kenney, Ravenna .,......,,.............,... ................ 5 7 McKibbon, Larry, Kearney ,................,............, ....... 5 7. 137 McLaughlin, Pally. Woodburn. Oregon ......... ......... 4 6. 95 McMahon, Roberl, Arnold ,....................,...... ,........ 3 0. 72 -M Magelle, Shirley, Kearney ....,,..... ........,......... 6 3. 74. 79. 81 Main, Donald, Sulherland .......... .....,....,......,.......,. 4 6. 97. 137 Main, Kennelh, Sulherlancl .......... ........, 4 6. 87. 114. 137. 140 Manlull, Barbara, Gibbon ........ ..................---..... 4 7. 32. 96 Mangan, Margol, Kimball ....... ....,..,..........,-.----.--, 5 7. 72 Manharr. Mary, Orleans .... .---..-.. 4 7. 91 Manlor, Bernice .,....,............,. -------'---- 1 9 Manlor, Lyle .,............................ ----.---A------- 1 9 Marg rilz, Shirley, Lexinglon ........ Marlall, William, Kearney. .,,. .. Marsh, Donna. 1-laslings ....., Page 180 ......,..38, 71 , 90 Misener, Irene, 1-laslings ,..... .....,, Milchell, James, Orleans .....,,,.....,, Milchell, Janel, Orleans ........ 30, Miichell, Joyce, Orleans ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Modirell, James, Palisade .,.... ...... Moes. Lucille, Kearney .,........ Molley, Bernard, Broken Bow ..,.... Moody, Gene, Purdum ..,,.,.,,...... Moon, Virginia, Kearney .,,,..... Moor, Burdelle, 1-loldrege ........... Moor, Gordon, 1-Ioldrege .,.,......,.. ...47, 75, 89, 135, 137, 140 68, 72, 73, 75, 79, 82, 128 ...57, 75, 83, 135, 137, 140 57 ...,...,,.57. 87 Morris, Alan, Kearney ..,..... 47. 71, 72, 89, 95, 114, 117, I37, 140 Morris, Roger, Bealrice ,,,..............,, Morris, Thomas, Benkleman ..... Morris, William ,..,.,,.....,.... Morse, Mary ...,.........., Mosel, Larry, Brule ..... ,....., Moss, Bill, Kearney ..,..... ......, Mousel, Marie, Juniala ...... Muehling, Eldon, Deshler ...,.... Mueller. Carl, Amhersl ..,............ Mumford, Delores, Oshkosh ,,,.... Mundi. Berry, 1-lamplon ....,.,.. Munson, Donald, Kearney ,,..... N 71, 72, 86 107 95, 101, 106 .38, 95, 101, 104, 114, 118 83, 91, 137 135 .......47, 75, 92. 94, I37 135, 139 Naylor, Dagmar, Kimball ..............., 47. 76, 96, 135, 137, 140 Nealon, Margarel, Greeley ......,,.... Nekuda, Don, Sargenl .............. . Nellson, Jack, Kearney ............... Nelson, Donna, Sargenl' ............... Nelson, Gerald, Grand lslandl.. Nelson, James, Sluarl .,......,.......... . Nelson, Kay, Kearney .,.......,.. Nelson, Kyler, Kearney ........ Nelson, Maurice, Funk ........,. Nelson, Park, Boelus .,..........,. Nelson, Ronald, Kearney ,,..... Nelson, Theodore ,.,..,...,.....,. Neuiahr, Janice, Ulyses .......,.. Newman Club ..,.,..,......,..,.,..... Nichols, Clarence, Riverlon Nickerson, Barbara, Farnum ......,...... Nicholson, John, Grand Island ....... Niclrman, Eugene, Pleasanron ..,,,.... Nicodemus, Marci, David Cily ....... Nigh, Edna .,..........,......................... Nilson, Mark, Aurora .................,. Nordbroclc, Connie, Alma ....,., Norlbrock, Gerald, Wilcox... Novasad, Amelia, Ord ......... Novy. Lyman, Ravenna ......... Nuller, Joyce, Thedlord ........ .,,....38, 101, 114. 132 .............,....,.... 76, 58 ..,. ,.......,............ . .47 86 83, 187 101, 89 ,.....,..47. 90, 94, 135, 137 ........58, 135, 137, 139, 140 76, I37 101, 103 135 80. ..,.....38, 69, 70, 82, 127 137, 140 .........39, 73, 82, 137, 140 94, 135 O Ockinga, Clara ................................. Olmsred, Elnor, Beaver Cily .,.,... Olsen, Ollo , ....................,...,.,Y,, Olson. Karen, Golhenburg ........ Olson, Palricia. Imperial .....,, O'Neill. Donald. Ravenna .,...,.. Osmera. Alvin, David Cily .,.,... .. Orcult Dorolhy ..,,,,.,........,...,,... Orrgiesen, JoAnn. Wilcox ...,... Oslerhoudt Elaine, Curlis ,........ Oslerhoudt Howard. Kearney ,... ' Oslerluncl, Robert Norfh Plalle ,....,. Oslgren. Myrl, I-Ioldrege .........,,..,,, Ort Parricia, Republican Cily ....... Ollo, Paul, Yoder. Wyoming, ...,,. . Ollun, Donna. Sarqenl ................. Owens, Sleve, Kearney ....,.,..,.. P Paine. Alice ,...,.............. ., .............,,. ...... . . Paifz, Monica. Pleasanlon ...,........ Palmer, Janice, Elm Creek ....,..,.. Palsios, Bill, Alhens, Greece ....... Palsios, Nick, Kearney .......,............. Palferson. Ronald, Golhenburg ......,. Palfon. Frank. Grand Island ............... Paulsen, Sonia, Aurora ......,.......... Pavelka. Edwin. Fairfield ...,...... 82 ..,...,.20. 47, 83 83 47, 76, 90, . 95 I I4 I37 83 92 88. ,.......58. I39 ,.......58. 76, 80 ..,.,..l35, 76 .,,,,,,,58, 87, 95 76. 90. 9l, I33 92. I37 90 86 76 ......,,39. Peak. Mary Ann, Orleans ...,,... ....,..... 3 9, 32. I37 Pederson, Richard. Curlis ....... .................... 3 9. I32 Peisler, Paul. Kearney ...,,,,..,.. ........ 5 8. 75. I35. 137 P. E. M. M ..............,.,...............................,...,....,.........4................. 75 Pelers. Robert Kearney .................,.....,.............,..............,....... 58 Pelerson, Larry, Axfell ,..........,...,,..,,.., 48 90. I35. I37. 140 Pelerson, Richard, Hayes Cenfer .........,...............,.. 58. 9I. II4 Pelnit Jean ...........,.....,................,.......,.....,.,.. Pfeiffer, Robert Amhersl' ..........,,.. Pfeiffer, Roberl B., Elwood ,........ . Piesler. Emily. York ..,............... Pilasler. Alvie. Sumner ........,..... Phillips, Rodney. Arapahoe ...,..... Phi Tau Gamma ......,,,,....,,,,..,,.... Pi Kappa Della .,..................... Pi., Omega Pi .............,..,... Pizkorski. John, Ord ........... Pinkorski. Marlin. Ord ......... Plellner. Glenn, Exeier ..., Pollat Erin, Cozad ......,........ Pope-, Russell, Arnold .................... Porlinger, Robert Kearney .............,... Pramberg, Duane, Golhenburg ...,..... Pre-Med Club ........,....., ,...,.......,,,,,. Price. Tom. Thedford ..,,....,........... Purinlun, Sharon, Overlon ........ Pursel. Carole. Big Springs ..,...,. Q Quinn, Leslie, Ainsworfh .......,...... R Raburn, Harold. McCook ................, ,... Rademacher. Robert Loup Cify .,..,.., Raider, Marvin, Kearney .,.............,,.. Radke, Bob, Big Springs .........,.... Radford. Rex, Kearney ...,...,...,.. Rahmeyer. Elnora, Kearney .......,., Rahrick. Barbara, Wood River ......,.,.,., 76, I 37 88, II4 ,.,.....70 ........69 72. I 37 95. II4 I4 95, I 37 83 ..,.....59 ...,.-18. 69. 89, I32 .....,.59. l33, l35 80, 9l Ramsey. Jearld, Grand Island ....,......... .....,............... 5 9. 83 Rasmussen. Bob, Exeifer .............................,.........................,..,,.. 62 Ralhe, Carol. Kearney .... 39, 68, 69, 73, 75, 84. I37, I39, l40 Raveling, Goldie, I-lildrelh ..............,......,..............,,,........,.. 90. 62 Rauert William, Grand' Island ........ .....,.. 4 8. 37 Reed, Marlyn, Elm Creek ..................... Reher. Sharonne, Grand Island .,.,..,,, ,.,.....48 Reicks, Charles, Elm Creek ......... Reiman, Edward. Kearney .............. Reinerfson, Marilyn, Hazard .......... Remy, Richard, Kearney ................. Reynaga. Josie, Grand Island ......... Reynolds. Mary, Sargeni' Reynolds. Monfe, Fairbury ......... Rice, Janice, Nor-lh Plafle ..,.......... Richards, Vera. Wray, Colo .....i........ Richardson, Dean, Riverlon Richardson. Marvin, Guidle Rock .,,,...,. Richler, Joan, Kearney ...,........,.......,. Rickelfs, Marilyn. Franklin .............. Rippen, Leora. Gorhenburg ......,... Roberls. David, Kearney ............. Roberls, Phyllis ..,..........,.....,........,. Roberlson. LaVerne-. Lodgepole ..... Robinson. Alice ..........,...........,,,... Robinson, Carolyn, Aye ............ ..... Robinson, Frank. Kearney ..,.............. Robinson. Palrvcla. Kimball .,................ Rockwell, Barry Lee, Grand Island ....... Roggy, Ron, Grand Island ................ Rohde, Glenn. Eddyville .....,,........., Rohrs, John, Kearney ............................. Rollsmeyer. Dean. Berlrand ................. ,...,....59. 76. 80 78 , ..,... 48, l37 8l ...,,,.48, I37 , ...,,,,...,......,..., 59, 76 76, 85 ,,,,...48, 69, 75. 82, I4O l35 .....,.,.48, 86. I37, I40 I35, I39 ,,.....48. 84, 92, I37 ,....,,lOI, IOS, 95. II4 .......l0I. IO4, 95. II6 ..,.................. ..62 Rolland, Yvonne, Republican Ciily ......,... ......... 5 9. 76. 92 Ronne. Delores. Lushfon ,... ......... ' ..........,. Rork. Alila Kay. I.e'xing'ron ....,...,,..... Rosencranls, Robert Maxwell .,..... . Roucifs, Palricia, Broken Bow .....,.. .... Rowland, John. Farnum .......... ..,, ,... Ruebsamen. Merna. Gillner ,.,.... Rumbeck, Cherie, Amhersl ........ Russel. Jessie, Wallace. ....... .. Rult Charlene. Haslings ............ Ryan. C. T ....,........................,...,.,........ Ruybalid. Evelyn, Grandi Island .,,.... S Sampson, Helen ,................,. .... Sand, Royal. Funk ................... Sanders, Donna, Ravenna ...,.,.... Scarborough, Donna, St Paul ....,., Scheirman. Barbara, Suflon ,......... Schloalman. Elnara, Arnold ........ Schmidt Harry, Minden ...........,.... Schmidt Orville, Elm Creek ,......,, Schmilz, Raymond, Kearney .......... Schnackenberg, Lexinglon ........, Schuller, Ronald. Ravenna ............. Schulle. Beverly, Scollsblulii ,.,.,...., Schwarlz, Clara, Broken Bow, ...... Scolt Claylon, Grand Island ....... .... Scoville, Robert Campbell ....,,,. . Scra nfon, Peggy, Poller ............... Seymour, Jack, Grand Island .,...... .... Shackelford, Duane, Trenlon ................ Shaclla, Wayne, Ansley ..,......,..............,.. Shaffer, Bill. Lilchfield .......,................... Shaffer. LaVonne, Willow Island .......... Shaffer, Shirley. Alma ............,.........,., Shillz. William. Noi-lh Plaffe ......,. Siebecker, Thelma. Cambridge ......... 76, 92 .....39. 68. 74. l32, I33 ,..S9. IO7, IIO, 33. II4 85, l37 ...,.,.59, 94, I35 ......,.48, 86, 94, I37 I35. I37 .,........59, 75, 77 ...... 59. I37 .,......72, II4 90 ,..,,39, 88. 95, II4. II9 95 39, 68, 69, 72. 89. l3O 87, II4 ,,...,.49. 76, 94, I37 69, 82 I 35, I37 Sigma Tau Della .,..,,.....,...........,,,,..... ........................... 7 4 Sigma Thela Phi ..........,..,..........., .............................. 3 2 Simon, Sharon, Cambridge ........ ,................. 5 9. 80. I35 Sinnen, Dallas, Minden ...............,...,...... ....,.... 4 O, 90. I37. 140 Silorius, Howard, Golhenberg ..........,..., ....,................ 5 9. II4 Silzman, Shirley, Cheyenne. Wyoming .........,,,.... 59. 75. 77. 83 Skinner. Blanche .......,.....,........................ ..,,....,.....,.......,.... 2 I Skov, Leonard. Riverdale ...............,...... ..........,,.... 7 3. 78 Skow, Dale, Gibbon ............. ............, 4 9 Slallery. Larry, Paxlon .......,. Slingsby, Bernard. Arcadia .,.,. Smallcomb, Oren. Kearney ..,.,.., Smels, Jim. Broken Bow ............ Smilh, Barbara. Bridgeporl ....,,. , ......,,. 72 I. 90 Page 181 Smirh, James, Kearney ...,..,... Smiih, Janice, Kearney ........... .......6O Smilh, Jean, Norih Plalle ..,,,....,. .......,....,......,.....,.......,,,, 6 O, 85 Smifh, Mariorie, Callaway ......,.....,.........,..,......,.,..,.....,,,,, 49, I37 Smiih, Dayne, Madrid ............ Smilh, Roger, Cascade .....,.... Smiih, Shirley, Kearney ,.,,.... Smirhey. Edliih ,..,.,...,............ . Snell, John, Juniara ..................... Sofiley, Beverly, Madrid ........,...... 49, 72, 89, 95, IOI, lO2 76, 77, I37 Sohrweid, LaVonne, Riverdale ....... ..,,...,..........,, 3 l, 82 Sorensen, Willis, Kearney ....,.,... ...................,..,, 6 2 Spargo, Richard, Franklin ........ .............., 6 O, l37 Spencer, Berl. Broken Bow ....... .....,.... 4 9, 7l, 72 Spilinek, Alice, Ord ............,. .....,.....,..,.........,.................,. 3 l Spray, Mary, Crawford .....,.. ,.......,..,.,.,,....,....,..... 6 O, 83, I37 Springer, Joyce, Phillips ....,............. 49. 76, 95, 135, I37, I40 Srahn, Mary Lou, Orleans ......... ..,.........,..,,........,..,........ 4 9, 8l Srales, Jerry, Norih Plaife ......, Slrauiemeyer, Maloira ..,,...... Siear, Sharon, Cozad .............. Slebbins, Opal, Farnam ......... Siegman, Dollie, Nora .............,. Slemper, Roberr, Bellwood: ....., S+erling', Riley, Greele-y .......,....... Sieward, Marilyn, Big Springs ....... 72, 88 83, l35 ,..,...49, 76, 84, 92, l33 89, 9l, 95 76, 85, 92 Sreward, Shirley, Big Springs ........ ,............ 6 O, 76, 92 Siobbe, Janine, Loup Cily .......... .......,................... 6 0, 72 Siolz, Paul, Grdnl .......................... .,,...,.. 6 0. 90, ll4. l35 Sione, Raymond, Comslock ..............,........................,,..,.e.. 60, ll4 Srone, Leo, Broken Bow .......,..................,4,.......................... 60, 87 Sfraney, Don, Minden ....., 40, 72, 89, 95, II4, ll6, l35, I37, l4O Slransky, Jack, Madridl ....................,., ......... 4 9, 89, ll4, I37 Slrransky, Marlene, Madrid .......,.,,........,.....,,............. 60, 83, l37 Slrasburg, Kaiherine., Ceniral Ciiy .,.......... 49. 75. 77. 80. I35 Sirong, Lynn, Almeria ..............,............ ....................,............. 6 0 Sludenl' Council .....,..............,.. .............. 6 6 Sfudenl' Wives ......,.,..,................. ................. 7 3 Slubbs, Keiih, Norih Plalfe ....,.. .......... 6 0. 37 Slulheil, B. F ............................. ....-.. l 5. 78 Sundemeier. Marilyn. Cairo .............................,.. ..........,........A 6 2 Surber, Larry, Goihenburg, ........,......................,..,,.........., 60. l37 Surface, Bill, Kearney .............,,. 60, BB, 95, lOl, l02. ll4. lI6 Surherland, Delmar, Elm Creek ,.......................,.--....-,--.... 49. l32 Swanson, Jack, Aurora ........................-....,..,.,..,,. 40. 7l. 95. l39 Swanson, Ja-mes, Aurora ............... ..........,.. 4 9. 7l. 95 Swi-H, Ralph, Amhersl ......, ........ 6 0. II4 Symphony Orcheslra ..,.. ....... - T Talberr, Mary, Valley .,................ Taium, Loren.. Waune-'ra .......,.......... Taubenheim, Monica, Kearney .....,,., ......,,,,,l38 ,......3I, 68, 82, 9l, I37 Taylor, Dale. Chappell .................... ,........ 3 l. 38. 95. lol. IO4 Taylor, Eugene, Kearney ......,,.... Taylor, Jack, Kearney ...................... Teaho-n, Richard, Broken Bow ..,....,.. Tegler, John, Grand Island ............ Teler, John, Bariley .............. Teizlaiii, Andrew, Orleans.., ,...,..60. 72 ..,...,..4O, I37, l4O Thiel, Dwight Aida ................. ,..,.................... 3 3 Thomas, Coleen, Miichell .............................,,... ....... 6 0, 75. 83 Thomas, Dick Sumner ......,....................................-,.-..-..--...--.------ 33 Thomas, Gary, Kearney .... 33, 68, 73, 79, 89, l35, I37, I39, l4O Thomas. Leo .........................................p...-..--...--- -...-----------.--.-- l 5 Thompson, Loren, Kearney ....... ............, ...,...... 6 0 Thompson, Marian, Cairo ....... .............-.........-....,.- 4 0 Thorell, Jim, Loomis ...............,.--....... U ....--.. 95. loo. lol. IO3 Thorell, Siuari, Loomis .................,.....,...,,,.............,...-.-...- 95. lOl Thorp, Roberr ..................,.................,...,.,...-,--......-----.------.-.------. I4 Thurin, Leland, Ong ...... 40, 95, lOl, lOl6, l07, lll, ll4, ll6 Thurman, Joan, Oconlo .................................................-...... 50. 92 Thurslon, Shirley, Kearney ......... . .... .... .......... .--.--.- - - Bl Tieken, Gene, Waco ................. ....-.----------- 5 0 Tilgner, Pairicia, Lewellen... Tilmanis, Anila, Kearney ......... Tilmanis, Agale, Kearney ........ Page 182 .......40, 72, 8l ...........60. 80 Timmerman, Larry, Surion ...,.., Tinker, Charles, Omaha ...........,....... .,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 0 Tilferingion, James, Kearney .,,....... ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 6 0 Tiadefn, Bill, Madrid .....,..,.............. ,..,.,,,,,,., 8 8, l37 Tomlinson, Donald, Ravenna ,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 O, 90, 94 Towers, Joyce, Maxwell .....,.,....,. .,,,,,,,,,, 4 O, 82 Treadway, Roberr, Kearney .,..,.. .,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 5 O Trindle, John, Kearney ....,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 2 Trolier, James, Ansley .,,.......,.,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,..,,,,,, 60 Troyer, Glen, Wesierville ........,..... 50, IO4, lO7, llO, ll4, lI9 Tucker, Bonnie, Loup Ciiy ..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 50, 82 Tucker, Lawanna, Grand Island ,,,,.,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 60 Tucker, Zoe Ann, Grand Island .,,.,,. ,..,.,,..,.,.,. 4 O, 82, 96 Tunnell, Geniece, Slaplelon ........... ..,..... 3 3, 75, 77, 92 Turnbull, Danny, Dix ..........,.,,,...,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 I, 88 Turner, Leo, Elm Creek ...........,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 O, II4 U . Underhill, Glen, Trenion ..,.,.....,... 33, 7l, 90, 94, 95. I32, 133 Underwood, Anne, Lexingion .,,.,....,...........,..,,,,....,.,, 40, 90, l32 Urwiller, Sianely. Sl. Michael ......... .. .......,. 6l, 90.94, l35 V Valdez, Valdemar, Anronio, Colorado ......,..........,,,...,,.,,,,,,,,,.,, 50 Van Camp. Karen, Riverlon ...,......,. 6l, 76, 85, l35, I37, l39 Vandlruri, Willard, Holbrook .,.,.,...,,.,....,.....,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... 33, 72 Van Dyke, Maurice, Broken Bow .,....... ,..,e,,,.,.,,.,,,,,.,,,,, 6 I Van l-lorne, Michael, Kearney .,.,,.., ,..,,,v 5 I, II4, Il7 Vesr, Donna, Overlon ................,,,, ,,,,,, .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,6l Vefs Village Council ..,......,...,.........,...............,....,..,..,..,,....,..,.,,.. 78 Viren, Barbara, l-loldrege, ........,............,.,, 6l, 83, 94, l35, Volsieadl, Roberr, Bonesleel, Souih Dakola ,,,...,,.....,... .3l Von O hlen, Beiiy, Grand island .,...,..,......,...,.............,., 6I, W WAA .....,,.,..................................... Waddinglon, Ralph, Cairo ....... Wagon SETS .... , ........... . .......... ... Walker, Ruby, Shelron ..,...,. I37 78 I37 .,..,...77 ....,...5O l50 33 Walkup, Shirley, York .....,.,., .....,,......., 5 O Walrers, Ronald, Su'Hon ......... ...,.... 6 I, 87 Waikins, Ramona, York ................ ........,.., 3 4 Waison, Nadine, Benedicf ,..,........,... ,...,..,,,., 5 0 Wear, Mary Alice, Big Springs .....,.. .......,,.. 4 O 82 Websier, Romayne .,.,..............,....... ..,,..,,,.,.,......,,, 2 l Welch, Roland .....,.....,......,........... ,...................,.. , ,2l Welker, Janice, David Cily .,..,.. ......... 5 0, 82, I35 Welker, Richard, David Ciry .,...... ...........,......,... 6 2 Wells, Morgan, Axiell ............., .,...,...,,. 5 0 95 Welsbacher, Richard ....,.,.... .........,.......,..., 2 I Welle, Mariean, Ansley .,,.......... ........... 6 l, 77 9l Welly, Do-nald.. Kearney ,,,,....,.,... .,....... 5 O, 69. I37 Wesrerbuhr, Larry. l-lildreih ........ ........ 5 0, 72 94 Wesieson, John, Kearney ...,.,.........,.. ..,............,......... 6 2 Weslon, Bernice, Gibbon ..,..........,.,..... .......s..................... 5 0 Weiovick, Gerald, Kearney ............,...... ........ 5 l. 7l. 72 9l Wharlman, Gordon, Grand island ........ .....,..............,..... 6 l Wheeler, James, Ainsworih ........,....,... ..............,,..,... 8 6 Whiicher, Charles, Kearney ...,..., .................,. 6 2 Whiie, Carherine, Alliance ....... ..,................,.. 6 l Whiiesel, Lyle, Miller ........,,.. .................. 4 O. 86 Whiiiielcl, George ...,...,......,.,.,..v.....................,.......... 2l. I39 9l Whifing, Marcelyn, Ord .,.....,......,................................,,..... 5l 77 Whiiney, Marilyn, Funk ........ 34, 68, 72 74, 76, 84, I35, 37. l39, l40 Wichman, Maynard, Loup Cily .....................,.....,................ c..9l Wilkee, Eldon, Loup Cily ............... .........-.---- 6 l Williams, Dororhy ...... v.....,,v.......... ..........-.-...... 2 l . 63 Williams, Leslie, Grand island ....... .........................-.-. 6 l Williams, Nadia, Kearney ,............ ........,, 6 l. 76. 33. l37 Williams, Wayne, Madrid ........ ....,..-.-----------.------ l 37 Wilmor, Duane, Wilsonville ......... ................. 6 l. II4 Wilson, Mildred, Kearney ..,...... ..,....-.-4.----- 3 4- l28 Wilson, Paul. Bradshaw ............. -6--.---.-.---..---- 5 l. 114 Winclels, Donna. Paxion ......... .,--.--... 6 l. 33. 94- l37 Winfrey. Janice, l-lasiings ....,.. .....-..-. 5 l. 76. 95. l37 Wink, John. Kearney ............... ---...---.-------.---------.- 6 2 Wise, Dean, Sidney .,.............. Wise. Nancy. Lodgepole ,......,.. Wisslaaum, Rene, Kearney ......, Wi++, Paul, Lirchfield ,.,,,........ Wifrers, Jeanneire, Sidney ....,,, Wiilrock, Ari, Dix ..................... Wolf, Norma, Kearney ..................... Women's League ,,............................... Woodruff, Shirley, Grand Island .....,,. Wright Jo Ann, Crele ................... Wright Lewis, Kearney .................. Wurdeman, Norine. Columbus ........ Wyaif, Rose, Kearney .,....,.......,,.... Wyckofli, Elsie, Brewsler ................ 72, 79, 86, IOII, IO5 I37 ...........6I, 76, 83, l35, ........6I, 80 ....,...6I, 87 .,..,,..6I, 92 ....,,,,6I. 80 .....r.,6l .....,..5I Y Yanney, Michael, Kearney .............. .,....... 3 4, 68, 70, 73, 89 Yanr, Ginger, Porlland, Oregon ........ ......................... 5 I. I37 Yingling, Harrier ......,..............,. .,........ ...... 2 I , 75 Jost Janel, Cenlral Ciry .,.....,. 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