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

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M:-M. ,.: 'fb pf ff "f ' an 3 . , , N ,., f 7,5-31, 1 , , V ., W ,L Q Q 'ZZ 5- M 125?EQe25si?f A 4 . , . .- yy. ..,,:, ,v,7,,.,wQ M ! V x .,, V-l , R 11- gags.. X , , L. . . u O Q Z f 1' a-AH 4 1 Kearney State College Kearney, Nebraska BlUE and r GULD Penny Wright, editor Marvin Swanson, business manager THE DDILEGE DRDANIZNHDNS HDNDRARIES RELIDIDUS STUDENT GREENS E ACTIVITIES RDYALTY SPDRTS STUDENTS INDEX Present for the lnstallatlon of the French honorary fraternity, Pi Delta Phi, were seated: LaDonna Trueman, Verle Brown, Peggy Maxon, Barbara Jergensen, Carolyn Allen, Yolande Kurz, Melody Neu- strom, Susan Hiatt, and Dr. Lucien Pichette. First row: Jacques Dubois, Lynn Casey, Gwen Gerber, Mrs. George Case, Lois Hauxwell, Connie Swanson, Mary James, Cora Fisher, Dr. Edna Furness, and Dr. Arlstldes Sosa. Second row: Marianne Grady, Miss Phyllis Roberts, Sharon Peck, Sheilah McDonald, Dar- lene Ahrens, Kay Rodehorst, Zona Salmen, and Judy Hansen. The number of honorary fraternities at Kearney State College increased from 14 to 16 this year. New groups were Pi Delta Phi, national French honorary fraternity, and Mu Epsilon Nu, national men's education honor- ary. Installed as members of the Delta Alpha chapter of Pi Delta Phi were 18 French majors or minors and six honorary members. The purpose of this organization is to develop in- terest in and encourage the study of French. Requirements for membership are a 3.00 average in French, an accumulative average of 2.8, and a major or minor in French. Twelve men education students were in- stalled as members of Mu Epsilon Nu at the beginning of second semester. Requirements for membership in Mu Ep- silon Nu include enrollment in teacher edu- cation, 45 hours of college credit, and a 2.5 overall average. Current activities of the group include the naming of an outstanding teacher, the selec- tion of new members, and weekly meetings with speakers on topics related to education. Charter members of the Beta chapter of Mu Epsilon Nu, the men's education honorary fraternity, are seated: Riley Harris, Rodney Berryman, Joe Fisher, Jolm Curtis, Raymond Heiser, and Sterling Troxel. Standing: Doug Long, Maurice Ransom, Doug Burton, Jerry Stromer, Dr. Jack Campbell, and Carl C. Spelts. ,.,. . Qu. 1, ,.,, A ff.. ww fffff .swf-V Not only do honoraries encourage academic achieve- ment in various ficlds but they also provide valuable and needed services for the college and the com- munity. Typical of this latter statement is Alpha Psi Omega whose mcm- bers are primarily respon- sible for thc activities of the college Theatre serv- illg h0fh on and off stage in various capacities. Al- pha Psi President Mary Noblc explains these acti- vities to freshmen Kathy Cunningham, Bev Frm-richs, and Gloria Loschen. l 3 5 3 l 3 ,5 , Q A at 151352-G .MM ., Mig. . .. ,M S Nvren to e 5 SZZZHRISTIAN Qgegazearse as esuowsn-up my N .. -:Y Exhibiting some of the materials used by the -United Campus Chris- tian Fellowship in their meetings and worship services are two U.C.C.F. members who are presiding over this religious group's display at the Student Council-sponsored Activities Night. In addition to honorary, student, and religious organizations, KSC is also known for its social groups. The members and dates of one of these eleven groups, Alpha Xi Delta, enjoy an evening of dancing at thc group's Sweetheart Dance. Characteristic of the activities participated in by sorority pledges is their involvement in the annual Cal Olympics. Participating in this chug-a-lug contest are Kathy Hesse, Gamma Phi Beta: Joamie Jeffery, Delta Zetag Marilyn Prososki, Alpha Xi Deltag Marsha Spelts, Chi Omegag and Mary McMurtry, Alpha Phi. No, it's not any sorority's constructive informal initia- tion! Instead it's one of the periodic work parties held hy Alpha Psi Omega, the honorary dramaties fraternity. Busily washing the water pipes in the scenery shop so they can he painted are Alpha Psi members, Linda Tay- lor, Darlene Lubeek, and Mary Noble. i Q Following the competition, the Alpha Xi Delta pledge presi- dent, Elaine Sprau, has her out-offs painted hy Larry Love, one of the Caledonian pledges. Sixty five former Caledonlans became pledges of Sigma Phi Epsilon ' in early March As the Nebraska Gamma Chapter of the fraternity, the Sig Ep pledges will be activated next fall after they have learned about and meet the other requirements of their national. A college with activities to meet the interests and wishes of all students - this is Kearney State Col- lege. Moreover, K.S.C. is a college of activity the year around, not just five days a week for nine months a year. Whether it coming test. is a social activity or an academic one, a student always can be sure there is ONE. A Sig Ep pledge and the Junior Class president, Rod Kehl busily studies for an up- Remembering what happened to Goldwater in New Hampshire, Jim Morey, although unopposed, campaigned for Student Council president just the same. ' ' ' -K . ws:-, f -f .W '-., -- 1532 f s -,,. f . 1','r--?.g,:l,,,,, 1, L"k 1 ' k S' . ,- ff ssst, f u ' V , f af ? ee-, - ' ' . J nfl' s"k A ' ,. , syy ,355 r.r. , so , ,, W V s sia f wf-get VV., k-...h , - M ff' - ssas 1 - s S 'f 3-LW-2:',. -S K . ',e. -s- - 5 . --s' - ,L es' s 1: " wrm ff -- I -Q -..Lk -3 DK , ., W, , V - "'. 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Chic's attendants were Vicki Livingston, Carol Kinnamon, and Juanita Rosenlof. SAC member Barbara Lynch presents Candy Cane King Bill Backes, Columbus junior, his gift at the annual Candy Cane Christmas dance. Chosen by her fellow students as the Candy Cane Queen at the SAC-sponsored Candy Cane Christmas dance was Grand Island junior, La- Donna Trueman. Presenting LaDonna her gift is SAC member .lack Hausmami. The nation's third rated team, Kearney State College, met the nation's fifth rated team, Prairie View A. 8: M. of Texas, in Nebraska's first NAIA playoff game December 7. KSC was a tough competitor but 65 m.p.h. winds forced the Antelopes to pursue a ground game instead of their normal passing attack. Therefore, when the game ended, the Texas Panthers had won the right to play St. John's of Minnesota in Sacramento, California's, Camellia Bowl. The final score was 21-7. Discussing Kearney's chances before the game starts are Athletic Director Charlie Foster, Nebraska's Governor Frank Morrison, and Head Football Coach Allen Zikmund. As an excited yet freezing crowd watches, Kearney players stop a Prairie View player's advance. Qi As the referee signals that Kearney has won the toss and will receive, Prairie View Captain Carl Robinson CNo. 742 and one of Kearney's tri-cap tains, Howard Hanson iNo. 789 meet in the center of the field. Attempting a tackle of Kearney's Bill Backes KNO. 45 is Prairie View's Ed- ward Johnson iNo. 827. I , sf Ei I " .M 3 .L S . . ,S-5 3 if N W ' 4' I' F A wwf., as W if it wx E. JA Yu, 3 y MW he ff - As KSC's Larry Stengel CNo. 683 runs fNo. 123 and Kenneth Houston KNO. 513, interference, Sterling Troxel iNo. 93 at- meanwhile, will attempt to tackle the tempts to gain more yardage for the runner. Antelopes. Prairie View's James Williams At the awards banquet following the playoff game, Coach Allen Zikmund is made an honorary admiral in the "great navy of the state of Nebras- ka." Making the presentation is Nor- man Otto, administrative assistant to Governor Morrison. f c i Members of both the Prairie View A. 8: M. and Kearney State College teams were honored at the NAIA sponsored banquet. ,,,, gn U x: 33 5 s 2 I s Handing R. B. Welch, treasurer of the Endowment Association, a check for S200 are the current officers of Men's League: Steve Morris, president, Ken Lefever, vice- presidentg Vic Larson, secretary, and Jim Armagost, treasurer. Men's League also provides short term loans of not more than S50 to deserving men students. Diversified organizations, varied activ- ities, exciting sports events, attractive royalty, assisting faculty members, nu- merous campus builclings, 2512 students, the usual waiting line, semester tests and the hour quickies throughout the semes- ter, special friendships, smothering dis- likes, and regular daily classes - these are the qualities that make Kearney State College, our college. Registering for classes is an important and necessary part of every KSC tu dent's lite. Although the initial pain of writing the check or handing over the money seems unbearable, the thought of a college diploma brightens an other wise dismal day. ,pr THE COLLEGE PRESIDENT HASSEL ASA FAMILY MAN To the students of KSC President Milton J. Hassel is our administrative head, but there is also another side of our president. This side is that of a family man. Here he relaxes and en- joys the comforts of home. President Hassel relaxes at home after 21 hard day of guiding KSC affairs. X' H i X I K I i 2 5 o ff Q3 g It's time for coffee at the Hassel home and it's President Hassel's turn to do the honors. X f A.-"" 2 ...gg 'Q First he pours and then he washes. Jane, Diane, and their father relax in the old family tradition of group singing. PRESIDENT MI UN I. HASSEI. . wg ng ..,.,.-..., ? 4 i 5 12 1 President Hassel and Normal Board member Carl Spelts discuss the problems of the State Normal Schools with Senator Roman Hruska during his visit here last fall. NIIRMIIL BIIARIJ IIIRECTS ACTIVITIES UF FOUR CULLEGES Members of the State Normal Board, ap- pointed by the Governor, serve the State without pay. They hire presidents and faculty at the four colleges at Kearney, Chadron, Wayne and Peru. Each man contributes many hours each month to make certain that Nebraska youth can receive the best educa- tion possible. Those attending the fall meeting of the State Normal Board are:1seatedJA. D. Majors, E. K. Yanney, Henry Freed, E. Albin Larson, and Mrs. Carol Pachico,recorder. Standing are Dr. William Brandenburg, Wayne State Collegeg Dr. F. Clark Elkins, Chadron State C0llege:Carl While waiting for coffee to be served in the union, Senator Carl Curtis and Normal Board member Carl Spelts talk over the results of their meeting with President Hassel. Speltsg Dr. Freeman B. Decker, Dr. Gordon Shupe gDr. Milton J. Hassel,Kearney State Collegegltlarvhi Stovall, Kearney State College: and Dr. Edwin Nelson, Chadron State College. DR. PAUL GAER IJEAN UF msmucrmu As Dean of lnstruction, Dr. Paul Gaer's areas of responsibility include the graduate division under the direc- tion of Dr. Myron Holm, the A. 0. Thomas campus school under the di- rection of Dr. Wayne Marshall, the placement bureau under the direction of Del Danker, the library services un- der the direction of Bert Thompson, the off-campus classes program under the direction of Donold Tewell, adult education, academic affairs, field ser- vices, and audio-visual services. ln ad- dition, the registrar and the division chairmen and teaching personnel are under his supervision. MARVIN STUVALL nmfcmn UF Busmfss AFFAIRS Supervising the work of the busi- ness office manager Charles Bauer, the food services manager John McDonald of Slater Food Service, the superinten- dent of buildings and grounds Burr Standley, and the student union man- ager Donold Tewell, is the Kearney State College Director of Business Af- fairs Marvin Stovall. Other areas of his responsibility are the residence hall business operations, the postal services, the automobile assignment, the pro- cessing of all requisitions, the pur- chasing, and the budget supervision and preparation. DEAN UF STUDENTS ASSISTED BY TWU ASSUCIATES Under the direction of Bernhard F. Stutheit, Kearney State College's Dean of Students, are the Associate Deans of Students, Ruth Sisler and Thomas Whelan, the resi- dent directors, Mrs. Min- nie Waller, Mrs. Sena Lang, Mrs. Lois Ander- son, Mrs. Opal Triplett, Mrs. Jennie Deselms, Mrs. Sara Wurth, Mrs. Opal Curry, Mrs. Lenora Jorgensen, and Mrs. Reva Brown, the health di- rectors, Dr. L. R. Smith and Alta Bergquistg and the Director of Special Services, Donold Tewell. With the assistance of these people, Dean Stut- heit coordinates and su- pervises the student or- ganizations, the student union functions, admis- sions, and student coun- seling. In addition, he serves as chairman of the Committee on Stu- dent Standards and as a member of the Ad- ministrative Council, the Scholarship and L o a n Committee, and the Pub- lications Committee. Ruth Sisler Thomas P. Whelan Associate Dean of Students Associate Dean of Students B.A., M.T., B.S., M.A. 1956 B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 1961 --H,Hmq,l f ,, , , Charles Bauer Business Office Manager B.A. 1961 KSC AIJMINISTRATURS Donald K. Briggs Director of Publicity B.A. , M.A. 1957 ae! Del Danker Director of Teacher Placemf B.A., M.A. 1946 1 1,5 E r WW 951.16 J- H- H0rne1' Wayne P. Marshall Registrar and l Director of Campus Schoc Director of Admissions Doyle Howm B.A., M.A., Ea.D. 1956 B.S., M.A., Ed.S. 1955 Director of Housing' B.A., M.A. 1963 Earl E. Rademacher Asst. Registrar and Director of Data. Processing' B.A., M.A. 1960 Donold E. Tewell Director of Special Services B.A., M.A. 1961 Bert Thompson Director of Libraries B.S., M.A. 1963 H Harold L. Am-emits Robert DuFre,sne hairman, Division ot Fine Arts Chairman, Division of X B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 1943 Education B.S., 1VI.Ed., Ed.D. 1963 Eugene Beck Chairman, Division of Health and Physical Educ. B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 1962 Donald E. Fox Myron L. I-Iolm Chairman, Division of Director of Grad. Studies Science 8z Mathematics B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 1950 B.A., M.S., Ph.D. 1935 i Harry H. Hoffman Chairman, Division of Language 85 Literature B.A., M.A., Ed.D. 1947 Philip S. Holmgren Floyd E. Krubeck Chairman, Division of Chairman, Division of Social Science Vocational Arts B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 1950 B.A., M.A., Ed.D. 1955 ,..l,.5:r?we:,g -H A Q 1 ,-,.-'ffftsimf ff f5"j'.v 3. 1 9.4-. ..-- f .. f L f f -L 1215275 f,,' .5 Vfij m,,' . X Q y 5 .J vas' ig. its E . P SEVERAL KSC FACUL R 2 6 . .2 Dwight Adams Assoc. Prof. of English B.A., M.A., Ed.D. 1956 Louise V. Adams Assoc. Prof. of Education B.A., DLA. 1937 Arthur Bates Asst. Prof. of Music B.M., M.M.E. 1963 E. II. Beckmann Assoc. Prof. of Physics B.A., M.A. 1950 Alta V. Bergquist Director of Student Health Service B.S., R.N. 1938 L. J. Bicak Asst. Prof. of Biology B.S., DLE., Ph.D. 1962 Marvin A. Bichel Assoc. Prof. of Biology B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 1959 Jean Billing Instructor of Physical Educ. B.S., NLS. 1963 Gordon Blake Inst. of Economics B.A., DLA. 1963 Roy Blazer Inst. of Lang. B.A., M.A. 1963 81 Lit. John C. VV. Bliese Ileud, Biology Dept. Prof. of Biology B.A., DLA., PILD. 1953 George Blocher Assoc. Prof. of lfldue. B.A.. M.A. 1958 TY MEMBERS ARE WRITING BUUKS W. li. Bruner Prof. of Biology B.S., NLA.. Ph.D. 1932 Eugene S. Buck Asst. Prof. of Ind. B.A., ELA. 1957 Jack L. Campbell Assoc. Prof. of Educ. B.A., BLS., Ed.D. 1962 Kenneth F. Carlson Assoc-. Prof. of Ind. B.S., BLA. 1945 Arts Arts Miriam E. Drake Asst. Prof. of English B.L., M.S. 1925 Maurine Eckloff Inst. of Speech B.A., M.A. 1962 Martin E. Carlson Asst. Prof. of Social Science B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 1962 Joseph Carroll Inst. of English B.A. , M.S. 1963 Richard D Asst. Prof B.A., M.A Harvey Assoc. B.A., DIA 1947 Harold 0. Colony Inst. of English B.A., M.A. 1962 Harold Cooper Assoc. Prof. of History B.A., M.A., Ph D 1 8 Leland Copeland Assoc. Prof of Physical Educ B.A., M.A 1946 I-Iarold B Dans Asst. Prof of Education B.A., M S 1 Q7 NINE RECEIVED IJIICTURATES THIS YEAR Maynard J. Envick Gerald Feese Asst. Prof. of Ind. Arts Assoc Prof of Music B.A., M.A. 1956 B MA PhD 1 2 Leona Mae Failor Dayle G Fitzke Prof. of Educ. and Psychology Assoc Prof of Mathematics B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 1941 B S M Ed M A 1 56 U D Charlie l-I . Foster Athletic Director Prof. of Physical Educ. B.A., M.A. 1945 Keith K. Fredericks We--n B.S., M.S. 1959 Edna L. Furness Prof. of English B.A., M.A., Ed.D. 1961 Delia M. Garrett Assoc. Prof. of Hom B.S., M.S. 1945 f- E i':WfTi2El21iS1Ti9:li?iic?2i.QP33s?'fii. -f ' " ' YT12Lisi1i2Zisfiei7L.YEi,Ei1?552?E - , Hp: ' ' S.lb2iiei'??qi'i i ' fc '- 'j , j 5 MANY FACULTY MEMBERS ARE DUING GRADUATE STUDY William F. Giles Asst. Prof. of Physical B.S., M.A. 1960 A Educ. Thomas Godfrey Inst. of English B.A., M.A. 1963 Ernest B. Grundy Asst. Prof. of English B.A., M.A. 1958 Edith M. Gunlicks B.A., M.A. 1958 Hannes Hagspiel Instructor of English Ph.D. 1963 Ella E. Hahlweg Asst. Prof. of Education B.A., M.A. 1956 Robert D. Huuvcr Asst. Prof. of Physio B.S., ll. E . l9u9 Asst. Prof. of Physical Science e Economu Asst. Prof. of Bus. Educ. al Educ Dean Hee Inst. of Library Science B.A., M.S. 1962 Maurine E. Hofferber Asst. Prof. of Home B.S., M.S. 1961 Harland L. Hoffman Inst. of English B.S., M.S. 1962 Elmer Holzrichter Inst. of Art B.A., M.A. 1963 Dale Ingram Assoc. Prof. of Bus. B.A., M.A. 1956 Helen Rusco Istas Prof. of Languages B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 1940 Philip H. Jackman Asst. Prof. of Speech B.A., M.A. 1960 SECRETARIES AND STUDENT HELP ASSIST THE FACULTY Gail Starr, one of the secretaries for the physical education divi- sion. busily stacks pa- pers for one of her "bosses" Don Jester Prof. of Bus. Education B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 1950 Ray 0. Johnson Prof. of Sociology B.A., S.T.B., M.A., Ph.D. 1957 .lack Karraker Inst. of Art B.S., M.S. 1961 John YV. Kirk Asst. Prof. of Speech B.A., ILA., Ph.D. 1963 Secretaries for the division heads in the ad- ministration building are front row: Marge Ir- win, Marueen 0'C0nn0r, and Pamelia Long. Jan Hanson, and Dorothy L. Kleln Assoc. Prof. of English B.A. , DLA. 1947 Marvin Knittel Asst. Prof. of Educ. Sz Psy B.S., M.A., Ed.D. 1968 Ronald L. Landstrom Asst. Prof. of Bus. Educ. B.A., M.B.A. 1958 L. M. Larsen Assoc. Prof. of Mathematics B.A., M.A., 1948 Wilma A. Larsen Asst. Prof. of Home Economics B.A., M.S. 1955 0ra F. Lindau Asst. Prof. of Ind. Arts B.S., DLA. 1957 Leslie E. Livingston Assoc. Prof. of Physical Educ. B.A. , M . E . 1956 Keith Lowry Inst. of Art B.S., M.S. 1962 William A. Lynn Assoc. Prof. of Music B.M., M.M., 1949 Mildred MacDonald Asst. Prof. of Music B.M., M..M. 1958 Lyle E. Mantor Prof. of History B.A.. M.A., Ph.D. 1927 Sharon Mason Circulation Librarian B.A.. M.A. 1963 26 NEW FACULTY MEMBERS IUINED THE STAFF LAST FALL New far-ulty members at KSC last fall were row one Mason Wilmot lean Billing, Joan Bailey, Sharon Mason Barbara Spllker Ruth Schlnl and Gene Wilkinson Row two J Allen Singleton, Paul Wilmot, Lawn nce bllvey Roy Blazer Joseph Carroll and Marvin Kmttel Row three: Hannes Hagspiel, Myron Osterberg Gordon Blake Ivan Stones Thomas Godfrey and William Nelson. Back row: John Kirk, Arthur Bates Harold Cooper Elmer Holzrichter Doyle Howitt and Bert Thompson. 3 waz? Us Warren B. Messman Assoc. Prof. of Ind. Arts B.A., M.A., Ed.D. 1953 Edward G. Monson Asst. Prof. of Ind. Arts B.S., M.A. 1956 Theodora S. Nelson Prof. of Mathematics B.S., M.S., Ed.D. 1946 William M. Nelson Inst. of Education B.A., M.A., 1963 Clara Ockinga Assoc. Prof. of Bus. Educ. B.S., M.S. 1943 Myron Osterberg Asst. Prof. of Music B.M.. M.A. 1963 Alice E. Paine Cataloging Librarian B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 1948 Grace C. Peterson Inst. of Education B.A., M.S. 1956 FACULTY MEMBERS ARE ACTIVE BUTH UN AND DEE CAMPUS ean Morris Petltt 'rof. of English LA., M.A., Ph.D. 1954 C. Fred Phelps Assoc. Prof. of Speech B.A., M.A. 1959 Mharles G. Pickens ksst. Prof. of Mathematics B.S., M.S. 1960 Phyllis Roberts Assoc. Prof. of Languages B.A.. M.A. 1947 lladys Rose Lssoc. Prof. of Art LA.. M.A. 1957 Ruth Schini Instructional Materials Librarian B.A., M.A. 1963 Nl. Donald Searcy lssoc. Prof. of Geography B.S., M.A. 1957 Lawrence Silvey Inst. of Speech B.A., M.A. 1963 5 2 Sf we . A. .fiat ex P ,X . ' While busily engaged in her work as sec- retary to President Hassel, Sally Jackson pauses momentarily for a picture. FACULTY NUW NUMBERS 145 AT KSC Allen Singleton Inst. of Political Science B.A., M.A. 1963 Lee R. Smith, BLD. College Physician Aristides Sosa Inst. of Foreign Languages B.L., LL.D. 1962 Barbara Spilkcr Acting Inst. of Journalism B.A. 1963 3, ili eyeecl nlneie if art riaec eear S i," L ' Ivan Stones Inst. of Mathematics 1 B.A.. M.s. 1963 c at Donald L. stnmpfr A L 43 ' l'i, Assoc. Prof. of Educ. 8: Psy B.A., M.s. 1959 A if Wilma smrneiz . Inst. or Education . B.S., M.s. 1963 f 'I fi James A. Swanson A Asst. Prof. of Chemistry L Ay yy 'cnl B.s., M.A. Ph.D. 1962 . Robert D. Talbott , Assoc. Prof. of History B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 1962 Gaylord F. Thomas Head of Music Department Assoc. Prof. of Music B.F.A., NLS., Ed.D. 1957 Doris Timperley A Reference Librarian B.S., BLA. 1957 James E. Todd Asst. Prof. of History B.A., BLA. 1961 i - Glen Underhill Assoc. Prof. of Physics B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 1962 Katherine J . Walker Asst. Prof. of Educ. B.A., M.A. 1956 Ardella M. Webb Asst. Prof. of Educ. B.A., M.A. 1956 Roland B. Welch Head, Business Department Assoc. Prof. of Business B.A., M.A. 1939 Gene Wilkinson Inst. of Languages B.A., M.A. 1963 Luella A. Williams Assoc. Prof. of Home Economics B.A., M.S. 1956 Mason Wilmot Inst. of Educ. I B.S., M.S. 1968 Paul Wilmot totse . es.s P... se9.s.eo I Inst. of Educ. LQ. iyz. ,A.7,i.,,kL... . . ,. 3 B.S., M.S. 1963 Helen Wimberley Acting Inst. of Business B.E. 1955 gg mm A-my lif 5 ..., iiliiel : . '.k.' ,3'5 E ' nlkl VIV .I,-1.,.xo 1352712 .. I June Wrede iV11 VVL. . . , ffgf oi1'. Inst. of Education 1.1 1l'9iio' T' B.A. 1959 A Allen H- Zikmund Assoc. Prof. of Physical Educ. B.S., M.A. 1955 , , FACULTY MEMBERS ATTEND MANY CAMPUS ACTIVITIES Faculty members Dr. Myron Holm, Robert Larson, and Keith Lowry discuss the differ- ences between Iranian and American education with Reza Hayavi at the Student Council spon- sored foreign student receptlon. The reception, held last December, was the first of its kind held at KSC and honored ten foreign students. FACULTY MEMBERS TEACHING LDAD REDUCED BY GRADUATE ASSISTANTS GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Ronald Bachman Physical Education Lee Coufal Vocational Arts Doris Crowell Fine Arts QArtl J. Paul Fritton English Karl Hughes Education Frederick Kemp! Fine Arts CSpeechD Theodore Ronnefeldt Vocational Arts Larry Smith English Louis Whitmore English Joe D. Willis Physical Education 34 .fa, 51... IN MEMURIAM -MAX L. CASEY -, X Xifggw as .gg K if His soft reassuring voice instilled confidence in each one new of his students and he treated each as an individual. This per- l sonal interest for his students displayed itself in his concern that each one of his pupils should do his best to help himself rather than just to get a grade. While his students were his prime concern, the American way of life and this country's frontier were his chief interests. Moreover, it was primarily because of these interests that he made past events real and alive for his students. Devoted to education as he was, his knowledge, woven with understanding, made him one whose life and influence will con- tinue to endure through the admiration of his former students. - Jerry Stromer Max L. Casey Assistant Professor of History Max Casey was appointed Dean of Men in June, 1956. In this capacity he was shown welcoming the men residents of West Hall in a picture from the 1960 yearbook. Dean Casey kept this position until the fall of 1962 when he returned to teaching. f A friend as well K, as an instructor and 'gl a. counselor, Mr. Casey helped organize and sponsor the national service fraternity, A1- pha Phi Omega, which 1 was l'ormed in the S i wif . spring of 1962. xp., D-all 4- r W 4 OFFICE ASSISTANTS ASSIST MS-c f-an W' 'V V.V.x5.nl kgiiwcw if ,Q C ji frail, Diana Knaus, Mr. Thompson's secretary, pre- pares a list of the seminar rooms available for use by the different campus organizations. ,Q- 1-n--.-.- - ,V Evelyn Camplin and Florence Greeno happily check some of the teaching positions that have been filled by KSC graduates. Alice Cornford looks up from her typing to say, "Yes, Boss!" ,za lv g 3 ,ui snio Chris Johnson chuckles as she re- alizes that work isn't really that hard. C' PH S R f ' ni Helen Woolstrum smiles as she prepares papers for her boss, Mr. Stovall. While LaDonna Smith checks a student's record in the file, Elaine Thomas and Jan Scott look over the grade results for first semes- ter. P l ff'-sv ,.z" Karen Theis, Patricia Flagg, and Betty Kort have smiles on their faces after seeing how few the downslips are this nine weeks. Mary Rohl is trying to remember a, S, d, I, or As she types out is it gv jy h, k? the semester test schedule, Bonnie Hir- cock develops a sneaky smile. Peggy Janitzcheck, Jan Goedehen, Ar- lene Morris, and Sandy Bassford wait in dazed anticipation for the rush of students wanting to pay fees. A 1 - ,ff.,1Y,M'f,.,,1.,,wxwatwf THE WURHERS BEHIND THE SCENES was., ':.-Ll .. smile as she port on an 'smw.mmaaemva has a victorious types another re- Antelope victory. Jean Suhr Carolyne Sammone, Jo Os- born, and Jo Anne Coulal look at many of the new registration forms turned in for second semester. Francis Saltzgaber and Marilyn Prososki prepare one of the many transcripts needed by first semester graduates. 1 I 2 4 S W We VS X , giwfsi fi ' 1,9 Us 1 he-l',? if ,fgYL,'3fZg5iiZrLLL Z ,,:,:,,, - 5 A .zlf 1, 1 an gg, 'sf 'fd P,-P""" if s u i i i ,t V ' 4if1'1411Ai.:1,g, , ' -4. , ' ' f - is -: --'M--1:5-fsali-R:-x:U"Qif:---H-.5-wx 1:1:ffr,,.::-.zafwf-. mm.ma,!miE?,mg35,ggbggfiggggisgg-gghggggxg .,,1-1., f M An overall view of the first floor of the Calvin T. Ryan library shows many of the library's facilities which are available to KSC students. uf ,,,,..-nv Designed to enable KSC students to study in filled setting, to just listen to and enjoy music, liste-n to music for scheduled music classes sic room is located on the second floor ln library. Studying in the second floor smoking lounge are Kearney State College coeds Barbara Lynch, Linda Memming, Pat 38 Myers, and Leslee Pinkerton. if' w' Hog,- ff-"we If anim T Y Also located on the first floor of the library is the circulation desk where students may check out books or ask for help in finding material. gldzm srunfms Eruuv NEW LIBRARY i l s Midi THE NEBRASKAN- KSC'S NEWEST BUILDING - Vx Kearney State College's newest building, the Ne- """s-Q 1 braskan, will house a W bookstore, a lounge, a me- SX Construction on the Nebraskan which began during the spring of 1963 continued during the 1963-64 school term. Strong De- cember winds forced the workmen inside where they were par- tially protected by the plastic wind resistant panels which en- circled the south side of the building. February snow encompassed the light brick-faced Ne- braskan as work progressed on the interior of the building. Being built from the sale of revenue bonds which will be paid from dormitory rentals and food profits, the building will cost S900,000 when completed. ii' chanical area, and an un- - .4...sE'Wr rees finished area in addition to the cafeteria which will be located on the second floor. ,f""0-w ,. ' N- ' i"w W A r - fs t-. A W NM, 0. i y Q- D. M Q . ., ,V Y 7 1 r"'f"- , .M ,f..,,n V. qmvgi H-rg, W f"f"-+1-.K E ..f-NZ 'IM -fs., ww kk' . ., ' ' Qxfns. , '., N as-. ' r" n., -f , Q,,,. wh , lzff-., A , ..- V , , . V M The cornerstone for the Ne- braskan, KSC's newest build- ing, was laid last October 30. Laid in traditional Masonic ceremonies, the stone was placed by the Grand Lodge A.F. Sz A.M. of Nebraska. When completed the Nebraskan, which is 238 feet long and 133 feet wide, will seat more than 1000 students at a time for meals. There are four serving lines, each one capable of serving more than seven students per minute. Us-U ,V sawn 2- 0 A familiar sight to all KSC students and a "second" home for many business, home economics, in- dustrial arts, and journalism majors or minors, the Otto Olson Vocational Arts Building is viewed from a seldom seen prospective. KSC IS MARKED BY IJISTINCTIVE BUILDINGS ' ' 'ff' .. 5' " ,L 57' w?1'." ' --M. WZ' I I 'Q 'M-If I .ff ' ' M ' J- X' ' X' A. 1 ' 1. ,"' W . . . . -W w ' A' A A psi 13.1, F 1? f. 4 41 g ,Xxx . kk' . I A , 5 1 via, In -,A Vu., Q 7 'A il wjb aiel '11 ' I A In A Ag f . VV K ljmqf-.s5k Q N AV,.'!,4n 1 rf., V., xi Sify 45.5. fl' ' ati? - V1 ,515 I N 2 M I I l, l g, 1 IQK5' . of 1, fb gy 1 V' I - ff 3 K f-.1 ' fl my '-'Y' "K, I ' 7 PXWM A ' . L li. ff' .ner .fit- A Raw V! Wk L K Xl . yy, 4, .gr f, .. ,fl . ' Q 5 34 - f 1 ,mg 2 , .fb , . yr-.ft 4 -4- . "A X,-.N'Z" f 1 f ,I 1 ,' ,..-ss., . f ' 'V I W.: m y , A , ,ff 4 V, .nk V ix? 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'I 1 we 1 e ' . ,U ,M .1 s", r K , I' ' ' if f' My, . , My me in The building symbol of Kearney state College is the main " classroom building on campus, the Administration Building, which was built prior to the school's official opening in Sep- tember of 1905. 'Br' Known for its indoor- track and other outstanding athletic facili- ties, the Herbert L. Cushing Coli- seum was first used in 1961. M'-ww., d This door of the Women's P.E. Building leads not only to the physical education facilities for KSC women, but also attracts those on their way to the Stu- dent Health Center. ' g ' Mi 25, I I i ,- a ' 'V -7' ' L. If g, Z, ji: . 4 .Q I 'mea ,Va if ,Q -2 My 1 " V L 4 X eww-'S 3' - ' Y 'IJ-xi 4 2 4 -1., ' 1,4 g.ass+.z 1- Q ' A . Z K 5 K E J J, , ,.. gms E ' mf 19' aff ., , Ff""e KM., A 'V Nh' V A X I :ff -wif Qlvwgw I - L- K 'xiii X512 LV'i?jfm AJ' Z ,, A . S2 7954? 951155549 fr ,. ' , was fiingq' mee Qu mv :Qin V Mk L-n -W 'lung ami se 29 EE 2256 ZZ RH SHS!! EEE!! S5 MPI Wifi 1415? :aa nf Ph SEE it Gsggii ge 514 3 '- in iii a was 1 emu: - ,. ff, 9 . ,i g . rf.. ge - fa ,J 5 , I 'H we -1 sa 1 ' fi 4 f mul Q , gg wifi , ll my EM WW: MN! mei? was ge!! Although completing its last year as the KSC campus school, this main door of A. 0. Thomas School has proven to be a door of knowledge since 1926. Next year the building will be used by the Kearney Public Schools. gf-f A "second home" for nine weeks for home economics majors is this home management house. While living' in the house, the girls put into everyday practice what they have learned in their home economics classes. Married student housing has been provided since 1960 in the College Heights Apartments which are located three-fourths of a mile from the campus. tion to enlarge the Memorial originally been built in 1957. Last fall a building crew began the construc- Union which had f 'Sgt' -Q Taxi e k?i':3ifiQf ,- ',- I 1 tl ' 7 -:f 212'-V ' i fish! . i :wa ke 5 ,. 11 if if . S , l ,3g .li:. fa fa N1 -':f'3-L -4 ..,,, 1 -.SJ . 3'-Q'-151 5, 'ff :,' L h,,,, :rf 57. 5 ,, 15 5 1 5 . - '- : '- 3 Q-v i - .. x v wr-,M X -sr' f A MQW! fl- + Awww- ,rw-Ls-,.... .A .,AM"'d,-Pr mm... fax Gathering around the piano with their house- mother, Mrs. Lois Anderson, are the Case Hall counselors and officers. Standing left to right are Pat Olinqer, president, Bernadine Gehrke, secretary-trcasurcrg Judy Wimberl y, Jo Sea- man, Sandra Albertson, Joyce Zink, and Terry Kiesel, counselors. Seated at the piano is Velma Baldwin, counselor. Ludden Hall's counselors and officers pose for a picture in their decorative lounge. They are seated, left to right, Mary Ann Goedart, presi- dent: Bev Frerichs, vice-president, and Donna Moorhead and Jeanie VVhitmire, counselors. Standing, left to right, are Carol Safarik, Ger- aldine Artz, and Cheryl Witham, counselors, and Virginia Maxwell, secretary-treasurer. x F' ' illl ,M- ll I i Ella 5 Housemother at Lud- den Hall for her second year- was Mrs. Sara Wurth. Residences of Eva J. Case Hall, the largest of the women's dormitories, had new beds, dress- ers, and closet doors last fall but still many freshman girls went home week ends. KSC'S FRESHMAN IJURMS Newest of the women's dorms and a "second home" for nearly 160 freshman girls, Carrie E. Ludden Hall is similar in design to Randall Hall. This dorm was first used in the fall of 1961. ,, Y - 1, W Roving housemother, Mrs. Reva Brown, assists one day a week at each of the women's dorms giving the regular housemothers the day off. Recording messages for the girls keeps her the busiest. Jennie M. Conrad, a social science professor until the fall of 1961, had North Hall renamed in her honor last falll. This dorm, which aceomodates 106 upperclass women, was completed in 1957. FORMER NORTH HALL NOW IENNIE M. OONRAO HALL Discussing dorm matters with their housemother, Mrs. Jennie Deselms are Conrad Hall's counselors Janice Hays, Maurine Johnson, Betty Bryson, president, Kay Lord, Judi Kernan, and Judy Bartlett. l For nearly a quarter of a century Men's Hall has been the home of many KSC men. MUM LANG CUNSIDERS EACH ASUN Surrounding their housemother, Mrs. Sena Lang, are seated Bob W'hitehouse, Jim Hinze, Terry Hanshew, Gary Helmet Larry Lehn, and Royce Brown. Standing are Jim Ayres, John Dfarkussen, Roland Anderson, and Allyn Eaves, A dorm distinctive in architecture and the home of many upperclass women is Martin Hall. With its beautifully appointed reception room, this hall serves as a center for many campus activities. MOM WALLER MAKES MARTIN HALL A "HOME" Counselors and dorm officers Susan Pierce, Jan Schroeder, Betty Meier, Joyce Johnson, Barbara Jesse, Karen Opitz, Fran Johnson, Mary Scheve, Dixie Walker and Mclva Ryman show it's a pleasure to have Mrs. Minnie Waller as the house- mother at Martin Hall. To all the girls at Martin, shc's their second"M0m. 97 ' .mfiv wg' qs 5? J , Q QQ ws, Q 5 2 iw if V54 Y JW? - I , A- g., y fs Zig " .. , A gg F wk mn w - - '7 f 435 N 8, g . in 'Z X1 15 M, ' Jgf ,JW Hg mi ,k,,. X 5-me W, : 'ff , 3f?f..1 53 Mrs. Opal Triplett, Randall Hall's housemother, poses with her counselors who are seated, left to right, Dan Anderson, Ron Wise, Lyml Casey, Jim Morey, and Joe Higgins. Standing are Ed Kruml, Randy Bauman, Floyd Holm, Doug Burton, president, and Jon Shurigar. HUMEBUMING DISPLAY CUNTEST WUN BY RANDALL Kearney State C0llege's newest men's dorm, Everett L. Randall Hall, houses 200 men students. Each Christmas since 1962 this dorm has ushered in the Christmas season with this nativity scene. en gs il :affvffn www ,egvf a-, .. . - """"""" gift Q l I I, , 4 V, i A ,A , 515 , , f - f ,,'f , ft zzwsisitiwxtf, Q . .M ,M ORGANIZATIONS HUNURARIES 438 h W-, a. S K .J- Other members of Xi Phi are front row: Mary Scheve, Mary Nic- Afee, Elizabeth I-Iodtwalker, Lanora Heiser. Second row: Lynn Casey, Carolyn Wagner, Jerry Stromer, vice-president isecond semesterb, Sandra Ehlers, and Joe Fisher, corresponding secretary fsecond semesterb. XI PHI PUBLIUIZES HUNURARIES Xi Phi, the leadership and scholarship honorary, was spokesman for the honor- aries through articles which appeared in the Antelope, and assisted with the honors day convocation. Members of Xi Phi must have at least five honor points in three of six areas: so- cial, religious, honorary, student govern- ment, divisional and other student organi- zations. They receive honor points for holding elective offices or being elected to membership in honoraries or other stu- dent organizations. ln addition, prospective members must have a 3.0 overall average. Moreover, this year Xi Phi members held presidencies in ten organizations. sw-my f"'0 I 2. 9 Xi Phi members are front row: Vicki Nemecek, Melody Neustrom, president ffirst semesterj, Karen Theis, president fsecond semesterb. Second row: Philip Holmgren, advisor, Pat Lauer, secretary-treas- urer ffirst semesterl, Darlene Lubcck, secretary-treasurer tsecond semesterj, and Pexmy Wright, investi- gating secretary fsecond semesterl. Offieers of Alpha Psi Omega are Dr. John Kirk, sponsor: Jo Stadler, treasurer: Philip Jackman, sponsor: Ray Dage, vice- president: Mary Noble, president: Gay Woodburn, historian: and Darlene Lubeck, secretary. Alpha Psi Omega, national drama fra- ternity, started a new apprentice g!'0l1p this year for students who have not earned enough points to become mem- bers of Alpha Psi Omega. The purpose of the group is to keep students interested in the theatre and in becoming members of the fraternity. Penny Wright and Dave Hensley serve as sponsors to the appren- tice group. This year the fraternity also sponsored, directed and produced the final KSC pro- duction of the year. Members of Alpha Psi Omega must have earned at least 50 points by work- ing on productions both on and back stage. Apprentices of Alpha Psi Omega are seated: treasurer: Dwayne Ibsen, president: Vicki Hamilt Standing : Linda Taylor, Cathy Fry, Jennifer Allen, Joan Hadenfeldt, ALPHA PSI UMEGA AIJVISES APPRENTICES CID' Members of Alpha Psi Omega are seated: Janyce Sanders, Clara Childers, and Elizabeth Hodtwalker. Standing: Jerry Stromer, Dan Wilson, Penny Wright, and Dave Hensley. Carl Noren: Carol Styskal, secretary- and Janet Wait. and Theresa Col- on, vice-president: 9 9 L , M sr vm- I' Lu M 1 V..- -rc Members of Pi Kappa Delta are, front row. Sandra Mead, Penny Wright, Carol Lambley, Leora Rider. Second row: John Bliese, Jerry Kenton, Jerry Stromer, Ray Dage and Bob Lapp. Pl KAPPA DELTA SPUNSURS TUURNAMENT Pi Kappa Delta again sponsored the annual presidentg Bob Lapp, vice-presidentg and Pat high school debate tournament this year. Stu- Hamik, secretary-treasurer. dents from 16 Nebraska high schools attended Members of Pi Kappa Delta must have par- the meet in January. The fratemity also as- ticipated in debate or original oratory in two sisted with the invitational debate and dis- major intercollegiate speech contests. They cussion tournament. must also have a 2.50 overall average. Officers of the group were John Bliese, Dr. Hassel presents trophies to Judy Til- The Omaha Central High School speech ton and Beth Ann Drake, first place win- coach accepts the sweepstakes trophy from ners in the Kearney Invitational Debate and Dr. Harold Ahrendts at the armual High Discussion Tournament while Ken Anderson School Debate Tournament, of Doane College looks on. 5: Si Members of Sigma Tau Delta are front row: Duane Obermier, Barbara Jergensen, Betty Kort, and Carol Page. Second row: Ron Kort, Karen Johnson, Cora Fisher, and Joan Clark. Third row: Louis Whitmore, Darlene Ahrens, Darlene Lubeck, and Permy Wright. Back row: Paul Fritton, Richard Cloyed, and Judy Hansen. SIGMA TAU DELTA SPUNSURS TWU CUNTESTS Sigma Tau Delta, the national honorary a S E n g l i s h fraternity, sponsored the Shakes- pearean movie, "Hamlet," in early November. In Decem- ber they sponsored a short story contest while their annual freshman essay con- test was held in Feb- ruary. As in years past, the fraternity also published "The Antler" which con- tains selections of poetry and essays written by KSC stu- dents and faculty- Members of Sigma Tau Delta must be an English major with a 2.8 overall average F 2 '1 1 . The officers and sponsor of Sigma Tau Delta study ideas for "The Antler." and 3- 3-0 aVel'agC ln Seated is Richard Cloyed, sponsor. Standing are Karen Theis, secretaryg Ron Kort, their English courses, treasurerg Fran Duffy, presidentg and Louis Whitmore, vice-president. ,12 K 3 as X Members and officers of Pi Delta Epsilon are Fran Duffyg Carol Page, secretary-treasurerg Melody Neustromg Penny Wright, presidentg and Bob Kirk. Pi Delta Epsilon, national journalism honorary, was host to the Nebraska Press Associa- tion District Contest in March. ln February, they took in ten pledges and in May had their an- nual spring banquet and initia- tion. Members of Pi Delta Epsilon must be a sophomore with at least two semesters of journalis- tic work. This may be acquired through working on the Ante- lope, the Blue and Gold or on KOVF, the college radio station. Included in Pi Delta Epsilon's membership are the editors of both publications and the station manager of KOVF. Pl DELTA EPSILUN HUSTS CUNTEST Pi Delta Epsilon pledges are, front row: Karen Koyen, Marlene Snyder, Clara Childers, Duane Obermler, and Barbara Lynch. Back row: Merle Hlnrlchs, Tom Chamberlain, Stan Miller, and Chalice Richards. .,f,z, fn, -,wwmeaiselswpff Officers of Delta Omicron admire the National Achievement Award plaque. Seated are Mary Petska, second vice-presidentg Barbara Oberg, presidentg Marjean Schubert, first vice-president: and second row: Pat Lauer, secretal'YZ and Jan Eutsler, treasurer. DELTA UMICRUN WINS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD ln November Delta Cmicron was presented the National Achievement Award by the Na- tional Chapter of Delta Omicron for the 1962- 63 season. Again this year Delta Omicron joined Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, a music fraternity for Members include Deanna Warren, Mrs. Robert Wendell, Elda May Lange, Gay Woodburn, Mary Petska, Teresita Prieto, Marjean Schubert, Barbara Oberg, Pat Lauer, men, in a joint recital and for Christmas caroling. Members must be a music major or minor and have taken music theory 2003 she must also have a 3.0 average in music and a 2.5 overall average. Jan Eutsler,Nanna Cross, Lynda Cook, Wvinona Moor, Donna Schmale, and at the piano, Oralene Hall. sm' ,aw-isa-mWs,wawAv,m,, ,. ,.., .M-,mfiemyffawwwww-,,,M, ,, . i M,-f, f K ,ww 'BQ' Y NT , V 26.1964 'Tin w f Officers of Kappa Omicron Phi are fseatedl Miss Delia Garrett, sponsor, Zona Bunger, president, Darlene Golka, vice - president, istandingl Carolyn Wagner, secretary, and Rita Sanderson, treasurer. KAPPA UMICRUN PHI BEGINS 42Nll YEAR A freshman tea and Mother-Patroness din- ner were part of the Kappa Omicron Phi's activities this year. During December, the fraternity celebrated their 41st anniversary at the annual Founder's Day dinner. Members of Kappa Omicron Phi must be Members and alunmae of Kappa Omicron Phi are iss-ated? Mrs. James Swanson, Miss Delia Garrett, Mrs. Carl C. Spelts, and Mrs. Harvey Altmaier, Hirst rowj Patty Burks, Zona. Bunger, Marlene Weinman, Pat second semester sophomores, juniors, or seniors majoring in home economics. They must have an overall B average and show evidence of superior personal qualities and potentialities of leadership. Hanson, Beverly Allison, tsecond row! Carolyn Wagner, Rita Sanderson, Janice Schroeder, Darlene Golka, Mrs Barbara Downey, and Mrs. Kay Gill. Seated:Marilyn Prososki, Marilyn Olson, Karen Theis, Earl Fickenscher, Ted Fellers, Rod Miller, John Mar Pat Kleeb, Marlene Snyder, Judy Wimberly, Mary Arm kussen, Gary Rholl,Fred Blume Sr. and Barry Williams Houska and Kathy Johnson. Standing:,Ted Steenson, Pl OMEGA PI SPONSORS FIELO TRIP Pi Omega Pi, national business honorary fraternity, sponsored students to the State Business Convention this spring and took a field trip to a large business firm. The group also had a Christmas party. Members of the honorary must be a busi- ness education major or minor. ln addition, a 3.0 average in business courses, a 2.5 over- all average and six hours of education are required. Officers of Pi Omega Pi are Dr. Don Jester, advisor, Betty Meier, secretary, Vicki' Nemecek, vice-president Sandy Ehlers, president, Marvin Swanson, treasurer, and historian, and Ron Landstrom, advisor. f' Harold and Dave Sizer are two of the Alpha Phi Omega members who collected for the Boy Scout drive in mid-Janu- ary. ALPHA PHI IIMEGA ASSISTS IN HEART, BUY SIIUIIT DRIVES Alpha Phi Omega, service fra- ternity, assisted with the heart fund drive and the Boy Scout drive this year. They worked on the heart fund during February by contact- ing businessmen in Kearney while, in January, they collected S50 for the Boy Scouts. Members of this fraternity must have been associated with the Boy Scout program at some time in their lives. Officers for this year were Marvin Klapal, president, Dave Yost, vice-president, Dave Sizer, treasurer, and Jack Hight, secretary. Members of Alpha Phi Omega are, front row: Morten Johnson, Dave Sizer, Ron Talbot, Marvin Johnson, and Don Ewer. Second row: David Yost, Jack Hig-ht, Randy Fitch, and Harold Sizer. Third row: Marvin Klapal, Jim Nagel, and Roland Welch, sponsor. . W - , 1 L Ne -,ff M1-mhz-rs of Kappa Delta Pi posing while Judy Hansen studies her notes are Miss Ella Hahlweg, Lynn Carlsgaard, Phyllis Dokken, Carolyn Wagner, Mary Ann Houska, Pat Paulson, Sue Hiatt, Eliza- beth Hodtwalker, Sandra Albertson, Penny Wright, Carol Page, Carolyn Allen, and Darlene Ahrens. SIX KAPPA DELTA PI MEMBERS ATTEND A BIENNIAL CUNVUCATIUN Kearney State College's local chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the national education fraternity, was represented by six members at the organization's twenty-fourth biennial convocation. This gathering, held at Purdue University in late February, included speeches on comparative education and the discussion of current problems in local Kappa Delta Pi chapters. Other activities of the organization this year were the initiation of twenty-three members in November, a Christmas party in December, and their annual initiation banquet and installation of officers in April. Members of Kappa Delta Pi must have completed or be taking 9 hours of education with a 3.0 average and a 3.2 overall average. Representing the KSC Chapter at the Twenty-fourth Biennial Convoca- tion of Kappa Delta Pi were: Mel- ody Neustrom and Judy Hanson, ob- servers. Back row: Penny Wright, alternate delegate, and Lynn Carls- gaard, delegate. '-...JP 'Hx P' , ' Q Other members of Kappa Delta Pi are Joe Fisher, vice-president: Judy Hansen, secretary, Melody Neustrom, pre-sidentg Mrs. Wilma Stutheit, sponsor: and Mrs. Ardella Webb, treasurer. Second row: Linda Paustian, Duane Obermier, Clydene Rhoadarmer, Kay Wilson, Lois Hauxwell, Rita Sanderson and Doug Burton. Kappa Mu Epsilon members are row one: Ray Heiser, Carolyn 0'Brlen, Clydene Rhoadarmer, Phyllis llokken, Linda Paustian, Dr. Theodora Nelson, Coralie Winholtz, Ann Christensen, and Fred Blume. Row two: Bill Bedford, Sterling Troxel, Loren Shir-rs, Joe Fisher, Ivan Stones, Doug Long, Riley Harris, Verle Brown, and Rod Berryman. KAPPA MU EPSILUN HOSTS REGIONAL CUNVENTIUN This year the Nebraska Beta chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, the honorary mathemat- ics society, was host to a regional convention which was held in April. Students from 17 chapters in lowa, Kansas, Missouri, Okla- homa, Colorado, and Nebraska attended. ln addition to discussing items of interest to workings of the local KME chapter, the visit- ing students heard a guest speaker from the Mathematical Association of America. Other KME projects were the offering of a S25 scholarship to a junior or senior ma- joring in mathematics, math help sessions, and the selling of math handbooks. Members of KME must have a 3.0 average in mathematics, a 2.75 overall average, be enrolled in a senior hour math course at the time of initiation, and have written a research paper on some mathematical concept. Officers of the organization this year were Ray Heiser, president, Ann Christensen, vice- president, Peggy Miller, secretary, Loren Shiers, treasurer, and Carolyn O'Brien and Fred Blume, historians. New initiates of Kappa Mu Epsilon this year were front row: Floyd Holm, Judy Krutz, Gerry Artz, Deloris Carlson, Pat Paulson, Sandra Mazanee, Polly Banks, Ramona Young, and Joe Woodward. Row two: David Imhoff, Jim Lindau, Roland Carnes, David Amstutz, Wayne Markus, Dan Anderson, and Steve Morris. Officers of Lambda Delta Lambda are Gary Wit, secretary: Joe Fisher, presidentg John Meyer, treasurer, and Dr. James Swanson, sponsor. LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA INITIATES TWENTY-FDUR Members are row one: Rodney Berryman, Cheryl Lauer, Jeanne Wil- liams, and Peggy Miller. Row two: Gary Stohl, Willis Hardy, Judy Logemann, and Janice Hays. Row three: Raymond Heiser, Loren Shiers, and Lynn Casey. Row four: Wilber Medberry, Everett Goebel, Demiis Schworer, Jim Ayers, Mike Fjell. Row five: Frederick Blume Jr., Verle Brown, and Larry Haller. Row six: Robert Dunn, Steve Otto, Gilbert Glinsmann, and Dan Rockwell. Row seven: Ron Frizzell, Al- lyn Eaves, Randy Bauman, Wayne Markus, and Gary Beland. Lambda Delta Lambda, national physical science honorary, sent a delega- tion to National Lambda Delta Lambda Convention which was held May 1 and 2 at Wayne State College. In December the fra- ternity initiated 24 new members. Students must have completed 14 hours of work in chemistry and physics with honor grades. In addition, they must write a research paper on some scientific subject and present it before the Lambda Delta Lambda members. I 63 I Officers of Beta Beta Beta are front row: Marvin Blchel, sponsor, Gary Anderson, hlstorlang Judy Logemann, secretary-treasurerg and John Bllese, sponsor. Back row: John Tlessen, president, and Darrell Seifert, vlce-presldent. BETA BETA BETA TAKES TRIP A field trip to see the Sandhill cranes nity must be a second semester sophomore was one of Beta Beta Beta's main projects with ten hours of B in biology. They must this year. In May they had their annual also have better than a C overall average banquet. and be a biology major or minor or a pre- Members of the national biology frater- professional student. , Abi SQ 15 'UN f"'M' NX IB "RS, Trl Beta members are front row: Judy Hanna, Arvilla Zmek and Bill Beck. Second row: Jim Ayers, Lanny McCormick, and Dick Adamson. Third row: Allen Kelly, David Bowman, John Meyer, and Gary Stohl. fz TSS' Members of Kappa Pi are, first row: Keith Jones, Lowry, advisor: Gladys Rose, advisory Jim Row: Taylor, Peggy Oran, and Shirley Jones. Second Roger Row: Lynn Carlsgaard, Peter Wooley, Darrel KAPPA PI SPUNSURS SPRING ART SHUW In November, Kappa Pi, national art frater- nity, took a field trip to Kansas City. This spring, they sponsored an art show featuring students' work. Officers of Kappa Pi were Cal Mahin, presi- dentg Sandy Zimmer, vice-presidentg Betty Kort, secretary-treasurerg and Doug Burton, publicity. Members of Kappa Pi must be an art major or minor with a 3.00 average in art courses and a 2.00 overall average. Linda Feaster, and Gloria Grigsby. Third Jack Karraker, advisorg Sandy Zimmer, Patterson, and Donna Moorhead. Doug Burton, Kappa Pi publicity chair- man, looks at a student painting dis- played on Activities Night. Other members of Kappa Pi are, first row: Mahin, Larry E. Johnson, Elmer Holzrichter, Betty Kort, Kathy Kuchar, Ken Kokrda, Virginia advisorg Betty Guthmann, Natalie Weber, and Johnson, and Darla Lathan. Second Row: Cal Stephanie Brewer. RELIGIOUS Q Qffll uhh U as I awk lu, 4193 531. lui! sl if U Ly f ' :Q 1 liaitii filiuilft - .QM . 11 WNW 5 Mslauwhml xl If Lm'hh inf x Wil FEE? I7 E . 7 ' ' 7. Q A xl f 5 afoxzx I gi i4zdm!a 1, ,Q "l'f-X ,, ' , m-wp IH Q 1 lm I ,'f..-1-.'-2-xw. Q.. A f FIM: !Il!WlEE?iBl S ,xwkfx-A 4' --- f am awk in siiiw.Ai.w -5 ggg -M.-ww , iid N f Q... f .....-..- 'LJ Officers of the Lutheran Student Association are Front row: Darlene Lubeck, treasurerg Pastor Ronald Ebb, sponsorg and Barbara Jesse, president. Second Row: Dr. Douglas Lund, sponsorg Jerry Stromer, regional vice-presidentg Marjean Schu- bert, secretary, and Tom Chamberlain, L.S.A. Action director. L.S.A. HUST T0 REGIUNAL MEETING In addition to it's regular function of promoting religious activities for many Lutheran stu- dents, this year L.S.A. hosted a regional convention in mid-Feb- ruary. Over eighty students at- tended this meeting held at Kear- ney's First Lutheran Church. Explaining the functions and ser- vices of the Lutheran Student As- sociation on Activities Night were Tom Chamberlain and Barbara Jesse. Members of L.S.A. are seated: Cherie Sarver, Barbara Oberg, Zona Salmen, Belva Van Boening, Nan cy Gustafson, Kathy Johnson, Lois Anderson, Jane Wahl, Carol Chr-istensen, Gloria Loschen, Bev Frerichs Sheryl Zelske, and Gloria Kleven, sponsor. Standing: Doyle Lavene, Mar-ian Lehnert, Sharon Mannlein Bertha Holtorf, Barbara Bradburg, Mary Pohlmami, Susan Loontjer, Jean Pearson, Marilyn Mosier, Patri via Hotbern, Judy Stine, Penny lVrig'ht, Kay Jurgens, and Darrel Adam. 1 GAMMA DELTA MEMBERS MEET AT STUDENT CENTER Gamma Delta is the international or- ganization for Lutheran students of the Syno- dical Conference. They plan and promote a program of spiritual, cultural, and social ac- tivities during the year. The Delta Iota chap- ter of Gamma Delta meets weekly but re- serves the first meeting of the month for a social affair. A central theme is carried through each of the group's programs during each month. This organization meets at its Lutheran Student Center, 2802 9th Avenue, which was the first religious house on campus. Officers of the organization are Back Row: Paul Wice, worship chairmang Janice Schroeder, regional advisor: Dave Jordening, house managerg Norma Schmidt, food chairmangand Harvey Brandt, treasurer. Front Row: Lillian Mock, secretary, Donna Wademan, program chairmang Bob Rose, pr-esidentg and Betty Meier, publicity chairman. 'api Other members of Gamma Delta are, first row: Gary Hagemann, Honora Wademan, DeLoy Titke- meier, and Diann Harder. Second row: Joyce Pope and Marilyn Maas. Third row: Rene Pfeil and Shirley Folker. Last row: Pat Olinger, Wilber Medberg, Norma Schmidt, Gail Mills, and Dorothy Nass. swim wf:'fr'f! g2'.+1fZLt Members of Gamma Delta are, kneeling: David Arnold, Ikpe Udo- fia, and Larry Routh. Sitting: Kar- rol Kamrath, Peggy Happold, Betty Shum, Pat Deremer, and Carolyn Hudson. Standing: Earl Ficken- scher, Merlin Stuhr, Dean Heine, William Beck, and Ivan Riege. 6 Discussing the vespers for the evening are the officers Robert Keiper, vice-presidentg Sheryl Sickels, secretary-treasurerg and Jim Taylor, president. As an activity during the year, Roger Wil- liams participated in the Homecoming parade. QQ? Q BAPTISTQ STUDENTS ATTEND ROGER WILLIAMS FELLUWSHIP The Roger Williams Fellowship is the religious student organization on our campus to serve the needs of the Baptist students. ln keeping with the Baptist Student Movement throughout the United States and the world, the fellowship is dedicated to serve the fol- lowing purposes: To assist in the stimulation of Baptist churches by active participation in both the local church and the American Bap- tist Conventiong to unite with other Christians in evangelizing the college communityg to help members discover the distinctive factors of the Baptist tradition and thereby make its contribution to the ecumenical movementg and to provide the overall unity, fellowship mo- tivation, and instrument to achieve the pur- poses of Baptist students. Members of Roger Williams Fellowship gather around their sponsor, Dr. Paul Gaer. They are First Row: Dr. Gaer, Jim Taylor, Bob Keiper, and Jim Wilson. Second Row: Beverly Ar- mour, Carole Cain, Nanna Cross, Sheryl Sickels, and Verdena Butolph. Last Row: Margaret Schultz, Elizabeth Norman, Karen Ross, and Marcia Burton. nm-1QunLmwm1naw Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship ha Activities Lab ln September. f ,..-.l f ff l sei , 1 - . , , I 4 , , mlaziaafy m. . Q .Jizz A , 3 , itil, ::t:g,:t,'i . A A A V 4 1 Yh"-"' ,. , . KCHPMV I f , I 11,41 . eyy. 2 ,.., mf-,fe 'M 450 ll 9 ti' J C an-.itg ,:1. and waivers 1 eh 1 A ' ' F Z ji 'W 'Z A '3fW V gg, sf, if are mm. 4 by as "r'vr'VH W. f'!'W9'! Jf,E,fi? Wei X, . , . . , . -. - ..f Q 5-QL - - 2 'affiliated la pmt, 31yH: ag E5 fgi.:fis.z, ,gmt 'M'-1 5 ' ,G K .dm 8 P nd T E up V, ' W, ,ws 1 Q ig "" f Trgfivl. 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Third Row:Lynette Malin, Janet Truax, Mary Maring, Janie Haynes,Garth Seiffert. Fourth Row: Dick Hodson, Lela Glover, Joanne Carlson, af na K 4 W,-"A-"""""'-'J ,.,..--'-' 'yy' , Members of U.C.C.F. gather on the stairs of their Student Center. They are First Row: Marsha Spelts, Tarrell Hatkinson, Bev Edson, Barbara Monson, and Pat DeBoer. Second Row: Sandra Broer, Darlene Comer, Joanne Jeffery, Jeanne Conroy, Pam Bush, lrene Garman, and Norman Bonde. Third Row: Phyllis Porter, Judy Anderson, Jan Mathews, Connie Aspedon, and Carolyn Nunn. Back Row: Carolyn Cros- hy, and Deanna Slote. With "Casper" as their theme, members of U.C.C.F. entered this appealing' float W in this year's Homecoming Q, parade. .Sli gj V Gathering around 'V their worship een- e ter are Terry Kie- sel, IRC represen- tative, Phillip Har- lan, treasurerg Ka- thy Warner, faith program chairman, Melva Ryman, pre- sidentg Rev. C. Wvayne Silkwood, di- re ct o r 5 Janice Hays , action chair- man: Sharon Dietz, witness p r o g r a m chairman, Gail S h a w, secretary, and Velma Bald- win, vice-president. Vw fa U.C.C.F.GETS A ri STUDENTCENTER FWS -.1-U.: First Row: Russ Evans, Jerry Wilke, Rev. Wayne Bartruff. Second Row: Shirley Black, Bonnie Davis, Jo- Ann Burge, Marie Farber,Louise Orr,Carol Beck fliea- rneyl. Gay W00dburn,Jeanie Whitmire,Conny Blas.Thjrd Row: Pat Bosch,Linda Laughlin, Christine Poffenberger, First Row: Kelly Boesen, Don Whitney, Neil Scheune- man. Larry Moore, Phil Harsh, Jim Hughes,R4aymond Frew, R. Duane Wall, Harold Dlmbier, Ellis Hanthorn. Second Row:Richard van der Wal,Clydene Rhoadarmer, Judy Springer,Marlene W'einman, Carolyn Wagner, Sharon Phillips, Ruth Sanderson, Donita Wassen, Doris Anne Lorene Messman, Vivian Falk, Charlotte Tuma, Lois Quist, Amia Mae Paxton, Pamela Burks, Joan Dexter. Fourth Row: Sandi Mazanec,Connie Daniel5,Donna Jean Moorhead, Sandra Cross, Vicki Livingston, Sharon Wood, Carol Beck fLitchfieldJ, JoAnn Nissen. Officers for the organi- zation are: Bonnie Davis, S H IP " president, Carolyn Bratten. A Richard van der WVal, Ruth Sanderson, Jean Whitmire, S I S Kelly Boesen, Shirley Black, Anna Mae Paxton, Vivian Falk, Karen Theis, M a r- lenc VVeinman, and Rev. Wayne Bartruff. Phelps, Richard "Butch" Willi8.IIlS. Third Row: Linda Stevens, Carolyn Allen, Mary Ann Houska,Car0lyn Brat- ten, Jean Ryan,Patty Burks,Anne Hensman. Fourth Roiv: Elroy Lierman, Larry Holmes, Herb Hutcheson, Jerry Purinhm, Mark Berry, Herb Truax, Owen Hoiberg, Gary Jensen, Charles Humble. Q, ' , fK'Iz ati-' H T'-21. if , 2 I " -.1 w Q yeyy . if r W, in Working at the Canterbury Club table on the Student Council sponsored Activities Night are Royce Brown, Kandis Penry, Tim Reeder, Jack Hight, Bob Ernst, and Suzanne Beckel- CANTERBURY CLUB HAS FUUR-FOLD PURPUSE IIIBIIII. Guiding the Canterbury Club affairs this year are Father Richard F. Miles rector, Tim Reeder, vice-president: Royce Brown, president: and Jack Hight secretary-treasurer. These officers help to organize worship, study, guidance, and fellowship for fellow college Episcopal Church members. Sitting in the Epis- copal Church Chapel are the members of the Canterbury Club. They are front row: Beth Miles, Tim Reed- er, Helenah Ewinike, and Jack Hight. Sec- o n d r o w : R 0 y c e Brown, Cheryl Amend, Dee Elder, and Mrs. Shirley Edwards, spon- sor. Back row: C. E. Edwards, sponsor, and Father Richard F. Miles, rector of the church. xy Q ni' , . if N ' IFES Lf ff' 'J 5' ' ' s 'X -f 4 4 hh I- J 'R ng, 'ji -,. . -ldgf 6Q,5'4 1-gli .4 l Front Row: Jane Tooley, Sheila Trihy, Dorma Morin, Kathy Cunningham,Mary Ann Hiatt,Mary Jo Jamrog, Kathy Keating, Eileen Wingert, Carolyn Miller. Second Row: Tom Richter, Ernie Kovar, Ray Schulte, Gary Baasch, Larry Rothmeyer, Richard Hannon, Demlis Hannon, Kenneth 0'Mara, Robert Schulte. Third Row: Sharon Shovlain, Kathleen Danaher, Jackie Dolce, Sandy Walters, Dan Rochford, Edward Chramosta, Richard Ender, Donna Schneider, Elaine Schmitz,Marilyn Pros- oski, Martha Willhoit. NEWMAN CLUB HASA NEW STUDENT CENTER Other Newmanites are: Front Row: Nancy Recker,Teresita Prieto, Jeanne Williams, Pam Micek, Paula Vernon, and Sarah Kinish, sitting. Second Row: Betty Jaeger, Larry Fox, Verlyn Heureux, Jim Choquette, Guy Roggenkamp. Third Row: Larry Zoucha, Don Reiners, Ken Brownell, Fran Duffy, and Carol Lee Koch. Jack Rademacher, Mary Ann Goedert, Father Scott Officers for Newman Club are: Sandi Trentman, Joan Trumble, Kathy Shotkoski, Dan Wilson, presi- Ted Koperski. and Mike Amstutz. dent, Judi Kernan. Back Row: Joe McLaughlin, STUDENT The first main items on the Student Coun- cil's agenda this year were the Homecoming Parade and Homecom- ing Queen Pageant. They also sponsored an American Royal Beauty Contest Pageant. Kear- ney State College was one of twenty-five col- leges from all over the United States to send a candidate. Through the work of the Student Council, Kearney State College now has twenty-one students in the Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities. Nine members of the Student Council attend- ed the Nebraska Stu- dent Council Conven- tion. The convention moved on a somewhat somber note: "Ask .... what you can do . . ." The topics discussed were concerned with student ethics, activities and responsibilities. Officers of the Student Council are:fseatedJMrs. Edith Gunlicks, advisor Sandy Ehlers, secretary: Cstandingj Larry Callen, treasurer, Donald Briggs, advisor Dan Anderson, vice-president: and Lynn Casey, president. Members of the Student Council are: front row, Larry Bob Kirk, John Hein, Jim States, back row Iudy Callen, Dan Anderson, Lynn Casey, Sandy Ehlers, second Bye, Fran J0hnS0Il, Terry Kiesel, Car0l Page and row, Mack Miner, Roland Anderson, Jim Morey, LaDonna Truemen. ,, 5. , ., .L 24 s we 'yor' Student Council Alternates are: fseatedh Kay Phelan, Betty Jo Gillespie, Maurine Johnson, Mary Nh-Afee fstandingb Maurice Deines, and Jerry Stromer. Wife NTI E5 J 1 Leaving for the American Royal Beauty Con- test, which was held in Kansas City, is KSC's representative, Olinda Odean, and her mother, 78 Mrs. 0llie Odean. Student Council members, Fran Johnson and Kay Phelan are shown here helping with Activities Night. Guiding SAC affairs this year are Ron Landstrom, advisor: Dan Rockwell, chairmang Linda Feaster, secretary, and Donold Tewell, advisor. Acting as the liaison person between SAC and the Student Colmcll is Student Council member Mack Miner. SAC The Student Activities Committee is composed of sixteen members selected by the Student Council from applications received. lt is headed by Dan Rockwell while Linda Feaster serves as the secretary. Mr. Tewell and Mr. Landstrom are the advisors. SAC handled events such as the Candy Cane Dance, hootenannies, after-game dances, a series of movies, and all other activities in the Student Union. The purpose of the committee is to take suggestions from the student body and try to meet these demands through activities on the campus. Members of SAC are lseatedb Sandy Holen, Linda Feaster, By Blobaum, Dan Rockwell, Don Morgan, Gloria Shaffer, Dealma Slote, Ron Rezac, and Mack Minor. Standing: Jack Hausmann, Jim Armagost, Imo Jeane Zillig, Sue Zikmund, Barb Lynch, Ron Landstrom and Donold Tewell. """'W'W"l'M'm'r"k"'M i' l' 'lm "'9i ' BLUE E GULIJ Penny Wright, the first female Editor-in-Chief in eight years, burned the midnight oil many hours in the Blue and Cold office this year. She had the job of coordina- ting the ideas of her twenty staff members with the ever present deadline always hanging over her head. If any student wants a job which will acquaint him with KSC, its stu- dents and organizations, this year's staff recommends a place on the Blue and Gold staff. ln addition, the job of dreaming up ideas, head- lines, copy, and picture set-ups is also included in any staff position. Despite all the problems, the goal of a completed Blue and Gold was reached and we present it to the students and faculty of Kearney State College. Penny Wright, the Editor-In-Chief of the Blue and Gold and Marvin Swanson, the Business Manager, discuss one of the many phases of the job of putting together a yearbook. Some of the members of the Blue and Gold staff were, front row: Jill Steven. photographer's assistant, Carol Lambleyg Connie Aspedong Diana Erpeldingg and Barbara Lynch, sophomore editor. Back row: Permy Wright, editor-in-chief: Heather Compton, fac- ulty edltorg Marlene Snyder, copy editor, index editor, and editor's assistantg Tom Cham- berlalng Jan Schroeder, religious editor: and Jean Peterson, freshman editor. Other staff members were, seated: Karen Kellyg Carole Wade, and Mar- sha Spelts, honorary organizations editor. Back row: Cheryl Lauer, Maxine Karsten: Judy Hiatt, Bev Edson, student organizations editor, and Marlene Welnman, art editor. ANTELUPE Guiding the publishing of the Antelope this year is Jim Rlmd- strom, editor. Checking the facts for a front page story are Carol Page, the associate editor, and Karen Koyen, the feature editor. Each week the staff of the Antelope spends over 40 hours writing, rewriting, making head- lines the proper count, and working on page layout to make certain that the weekly issue of the Antelope will be ready for distribution Fri- day morning. Preparing stories for the Antelope are reporters Marsha Spelts and Chalice Richards, seated. Stand ing: Carole Wade, Bob Shanks, and Larry Zoucha. The Colhecon officers are front row: Sheryl Zelske, alternate state representative, Linda Gillett, vice-president, and Patty Burks, president. Back row: Mrs. Wilma Larsen, sponsorg Nanna Cross, historian: Peg Claspell, publicity committee chairman, Monte Nutt, publicity committee, Delores Christensen, treasurerg Donna Moorhead, secretary, and state president elect: and Joyce Zink, publicity committee. CULHECUN The College Home Economics Club is the largest female group on campus this year with one hundred members. All girls that are home economics majors or minors are eligible for membership. Each year the club sponsors a Courtesy Day in order to inform and encourage girls in the home economics field and in the department at Kearney State College. lt is attended by home economists from nearly every surrounding high school. Members of Colhecon are front row: Lols Anderson, Fran Johnson, Sherril Hanson, Monte Jean Nutt, Linda Gillett, Donna Jean Moorhead, and Patty Burks. Second row: Diane Uhrlch, Lynette Schorer, Mrs. Roma Wood, Linda Stevens, Karrol Kamrath, Marcile Hensel, Phyllis White, Diann Harder, and Dorothy Vopat. Third row: Janette Kruse, Judy Potter, Pat Casper, Virginia Young, Darlene Golka, Karln Watters, Beverly Allison, Nancy Luther, and Zona Bunger. Fourth row: Jane Wahl, Patricia Hol- beln, Judy Hiatt, Cheryl Stohl, Marlene Hinrichs, Kay Christensen, Anna Mae Paxton, Carolyn Wagner, and Carol Craig. Fifth row: Nanna Cross, Carol Olson, Lillian Mock, Beverly Hobson, Alice Palmer, Janet Walt, Mary Robinson, Francis Kanter, Phyllis Carlson, and Jean Peterson. Sixth row: Darlene Koch, Sharon Phllllps, Carolyn Bratten, Pat Deremer, Connie Bleek, Elaine Dinnel, Barbara Vokoun, Belva Van Boening, Sheryl Zelske, and Sharon West. Seventh row: Donna Schmale, Mrs. Wilma Larsen fspon- sorl, Carol Glover, Peg Claspell, Joyce Zink, Kathleen Danaher, Kay Smith, Janet Grabenstein, Barbara Hollinger, and Donna Morin. Back row: Marllyn Maas, Sandra Scott, Joan Dexter, Betty Ebmeier, Claudette Lum, Gall Mills, and Delores Christensen. Members of the Industrial Arts Club are front row: Kno Hsuan Tslm, Ed Sheen, Jerald Gronewold, Larry Lehn, Ernest Thayer, Marvin Klapal, Ronald Cyboron, and Kenneth Carlson, sponsor. Back row: Don Ewer, Henry Potts, Jim Holen, Dale Clark, Rod Wightman, Gorlyn Nun, and Larry Wells. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB Interested in woodworking and metal working? Those taking work in industrial arts share this interest, and to develop it further have joined the Industrial Arts Club. Founded in 1956, this club promotes working together and the development of Ga professional attitude. The students who belong to the club take several field trips each year in order to become acquainted with the new materials in their fields. ln addition to these activities, they sponsor the annual Student Craftmen's Fair which is held in May. Officers are Don Ewer, treasurer, Ed Sheen, vice-president, Dale Clark, secre- tary, and Rod Wlghtman, president. STUDENT NEA W, Student NEA is an organiza- tion for students interested in the field of education. lt is the largest group on campus with one hundred eighty members who are striving to find ways of becoming better teachers. With 2 membership each student re- ceives the NEA Journal and the Nebraska Education News. During the year, representa- tives of Student NEA attend two state conventions. Penny Wright, one of the members, holds the office of vice-president in the Student Education Association of Nebraska. Officers of Student NEA are front row: Dr. Jack Campbell, sponsor, Vicki Nemecek, president, and Mr. tVilliam Nelson, sponsor. Back row: Rita Sanderson, secretary: Fred Embree, treasurer, and Carolyn Wag- ner, vice-president. Penny Wright, vice-president of the Student Education Association of Nebraska, discusses the state spring convention with state and local historians Donna Wademan and Earl Fickenscher. Members of Student NEA are front row: Donna Wademan, Margaret Schultz, Beverly Armour, Gail Shaw, Phyllis Harrifeld, Winnie Richards, Marlene Wienman, and Marilyn Prososki. Second row: Sandra t'Valters, Vicki Nemecck, Gloria Grigsby, Darla Lathan, Marilyn Sorensen. Melva Ryman, Pat Scott, Zona Salmen, Dixie VValker, Fran Duffy, and Maurice Ransom. Third row: Anna Mae Paxton, Twilla Huryta, Sheryl Zelske, Lois Quist, Pat Dehban, -loan Hadenfelqlt, Pat Lauer, Carolyn Hudson, Carolyn Allen, Mary Ann llouska, Karin Watters, Ruth Lindekugel, and Penny Wright. Fourth row: Bonnie Davis, Farrell Watkinson, Jeanie tvhitmire, Oralene Hall, Pam Micek, Kathy Johnson, Cathy Fry, Paula Vernon, Karen Peterson, Rita Sanderson, and Carolyn Vvagner. Back row: Judy Gilroy, Dr. Jack Campbell, Shirley Hin- ricks, Betty Meier, Marlene Snyder, Mr. William Nelson, Delores Mortensen, -Ian Schroeder, and Jerry Stromer. l.-ll 'iii Members of the Rodeo Club, also referred to as the KSC Saddle Club are front row Gerald Burns, Raoul Johnson, Kelly Theobald, and Ken Brownell Second row Ed Dailey Stan Pettit Gary Hagamann, Ray Lambert, and Jerry Hoffman The Rodeo Club is an organization for students who enjoy taking part ln rodeo events or who just have an interest ln horses They participate in various parades and fairs This year they took part in the Homecoming parade In addition, they sponsored a special in terest film entitled "Appaloosa " Furthermore, many Rodeo Club members and other stu dents participated in their annual spring rodeo Mew sv X 1 XY: Anna Marie Williams and Mari- lee Helms supervised the Saddle Club's display on Activities Night. Discussing rodeo plans with their sponsor, Dr. Thomas Whelan, are the Rodeo Club officers: Sandy Helmer, treasurer, Paul Forch, vice-presidentg Anna Marie Wil- liams, secretary, and Ken Cox, president. , f'fWfQ5'QiKi',Y.1f'LQ, . . K . .. x,m'1':SkZ ? - PM P- qQ,q ,.. , .1 .v,. :g,. , , W-D--M-M WM W' v W Q ax X in ,,.. dm, I I x K , ,:,1 ,N ., . ,.1Q,4E 1 , 61 gg: QE: W ian Q .A 1 kr 1 JP ,N Q A ff L. , ,K f Nr V I - D q f Q . A x H AF N 'Q 9, V , A Www' W -qi X Q ' 1 7 ' '-::I-1 ' 3, ff A ' -,-. ?,1f?tipe 'S 5 sm Q s gg, Q .,,.,,.,, 'W I- -I A V ,L "wwwf'7W'f" A ,F :"' A W, ., ,- 'K , ., 'S M,,,,. F " ---QL ga, LM A V, ., Mg... 5 xr-V ., k K Wmfmaa-avg: ,gba-,.1.,:, ' kwgg' r' M-m--- W- ,. ' : -i. -f ii' ii' i PEMM l ' S ,J Q x ' PEMM, an organization which is professionally oriented, is open to all women physical edu- cation majors and minors. Its members annually plan a Play Day for surrounding high M' schools which have physical education programs. Other activities of the group include attendance at the AAHPER convention, an all- club campout, a demonstration from the E. R. Moore Sports- wear Co., and educational films on activities which are not ' H- available on the KSC campus. ' U' Future plans include making PEMM officers are seated: Miss Dorothy Orcutt, advisor, C0-eClI.lC8ti0n8.l. W ma-1'M"1 Bonnie Davis, president, Rosella. Zimmerman, vice-president. Standing: Georgia Marker, secretary, Marilee Helms, reporter, and Pat Crouse, treasurer. Members of PEMM are kneeling: Mary Fletcher, Carolyn Brattcn, Carolyn Hudson, Marilyn Ewer, Vel- ma Baldwin, Judy Mosher, Joan Heckel, Sandra Pierce, and Sharon Saathoff. Seated: Miss Dorothy Or- cutt, Bonnie Davis, Georgia Marker, Pat Crouse, Rosella Zimmerman, Marilee Helms, and Arvilla Zmek. Standing: Nancy Shurigar, Kay Phelan, Pat Debhan, Luree Miller, Pauletta Newman, Alma. Marie Williams, Evange Pflum, Peggy Davis, Kathy Warner, and Jane Wahl. '.x"'55f ii V71 ' ij was as 1 I 55 Q88 fi gl lilac J WQQ S as 'r he 'ix Members of MENC are front row: JoAnn Wagner, Pat Lauer, Jaunetta Sailors, Judy Springer, Janet Steinke, and Cheryl Lauer. Second row: Glenn Sawyer, Jan Eutsler, Mary Petska, Linda Bryan, Kay Rizer, and Becky Shrader. Third row: Carl Neubauer, Donna Schneider, Vicky Samuelson, Winona Moor, and Earl Fickenscher. Fourth row: Dennis Ummel, Dick, Ingerle, Clayton McGraw, Wanda Kutschkau, and Janice Hein. Back row: Herb Hutcheson, Marilyn Sorensen, Ted Quick, and Pat Novosad. MENC The Kearney State College chapter of the Music Educators National Conference sponsored the annual "K" Show last February. The receipts from this are given to de- serving students in the music profession in the form of scholarships. The recipients this year were Linda Bryan, Superiorg Janet Steinke, Culbertsong and Ted Quick, Minden. The local chapter of MENC also attended the State High School Music Clinic which was held in Kearney last fall. They observed rehearsals and listened to lectures and con- certs. all Discussing previous "K" Shows are the officers of MENC who are Marcia Wltham, secretaryg Bill Arnett, vice-president: Oralene Hall, treasurer: and Jim Morey, president. . as KE? ,hxsv do LELAH Qi-EV Us RCU' C5315 S' fffjlfh im, : -' . T"fmJl"IGu'Pbqg Stan Miller, the student station manager of KOVF, and Carl Noren, the assistant student manager, work closely to solve many of the problems of daily operation. Students on the KOVF staff gain practical experi- ence in commercial radio. They learn to sell adver- tising, write copy, and plan programs as well as broadcast. KOVF is also a workshop operation of the speech department where students can register for one hour credit for three semesters. Members of the KOVF staff are Paul Wice, Steve Jones, Ted Hunsberger, Carl Noren, Lynn Penny, and Stan Miller. Y KUVF e l-5 W if " sz r We 'T' f 1 s 2 1 aa ' 1 SE 5 Lynn Penny tries his hand at running the control board. Keith Kniep, Tim Hunsberger, Larry Zoucha, GREEKS J , X . N N A, A . ' 2-N sz! ,.,' 33 V . ik M75 gV Ah 3: ,f', it 1, ,. df ' ' 5' ' 2 5 2 5 5 'J 4 My 5 ,ffm a if '21 fi if . '. r L M' N A H 5 r S lf I' Al 'v h ' , .fx i if 55 Q , M h"' 'Y . Ma --- Representing their sororltles on the Panhellenlc Councll are front row: Joan I-Iadenfeldt, Delta Zeta: Shirley Chapman, Chl Omega, Judy Hanna, Alpha Phi: Ruth Ann Svatos, Alpha Phlg Donna Lewis, Al- pha Xl Delta: and Janyce Francles, Gamma Phi Beta. Back row: Mrs. Helen Wfimberley, sponsorg Sheryl Olson, Gamma Phl Beta: Judy Wimberley, Alpha Phlg Sandra Zimmer, Chi Omegag Barbara Alderson, Gamma Phl Betag Ruth Lindekugel, Alpha Xl Deltag Delores Christensen, Delta Zeta, Marlene Snyder, Alpha Xl Deltag and Jeanie Whltmlre, Chi Omega. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL PRUMUTES INTER-SURURITY BUUPERATIUN Panhellenic Council is composed of three members from each of the five women's social fraternities at KSC plus Mrs. Sisler and Mrs. Wimberley who serve as sponsors. There is also an alumnac group made up of one alum- na from each of the five groups. Panhellenic strives to better relations between the Greek women and the unaf- filiated women on the campus. It also acts as the governing body of the Greek women's or- ganizations. Officers during the 1963-64 school term were Mrs. Helen Wimberley, sponsorg Joan Hadenfeldt, secre- tary: Judy Wimberly, treasurerg Donna Lewis, president: Janyce Francies, rush chairman: and Jeanie Whitmlre, vice- president. :,L1. -1 nw-V I ,,', 'y ' . 'f' W. jf, in Y M Q x i . ,M 1 67 mu 'V ' M V, J fi 7 E 15 cw ig, 3 Y ii QW N Q CALEIJUNIAN FRATERNITY Dean Drummond Drue Gallatly Gary Elliot Tom Fulcher Fred George Ron Greenwall Jerry Gronewold John Hein Rich Helzer Tim Johnson Dave Jones Dale Kastens Rod Kehl Richard Kelsch Tom Kosmicki Ron Larsen Larry Martin Steve Morris August Nelson Jim Peterson Ed Sheen Fred Staehr Jim States Ron Wall Tom Wisdom Dan Anderson Mark Atchison Larry Callen Gi gil 43' mi' 'als' if F35-, ,,. l First semester pledges of the Caledonian Fraternity were, seated: Kent Felzien, Tom Kociemba, Loris Boatman, George Abraham, Jeff Franzen, and Bill Drummy. Standing: Mick Keyser, Bill Boucher, Milan Franzen, Roger Deininger, Paul Pocock, Bud Oelschlager, and Kern Harshbarger. CALS G0 NATIIINAI AS SIGMA PHI EPSILUN FIRST SEMESTER President Larry Callen Vice-President John Hein Secretary Ron Wall Treasurer Rod Kehl Corresponding Secretary Jim States SECOND SEMESTER President Jim States Vice-President Rich Helzer Secretary Tom Fulcher Treasurer Fred Staehr Corresponding Secretary John Hein ' f ww., , ' , 4 A . 1 A U ,"r The wheelbarrow race was only one of the many events so ro r i t y pledges particpiated in at the an- nual Cal Olympics. The success of the Cal Olympics is reviewed by some of the Caledonian actives and pledges. Marlene Blanchard Jana Booth Barbara Bowman Maris Brandt Bonita Buckhammer Clara Childers Jeanne Damn Patricia Drohman Fran Duffy Linda Feaster Vicki Hamilton Judy Hanna Pat Hiatt Marlene Hinrichs Janice Kjar Jolene Larson Betty Lurvey Kathy Manual Barbara Minnick Mary Noble Carol Page Karen Peterson Marlene Rockafellow Juanita Rosenlof Carol Safarik Juanita Sailors Jo Seaman Cheryl Stohl Ruth Ann Svatos Elaine Thomas LaDonna Trueman Deanna Warren Judy Wimberly Phyllis Young Pam Youngquist ALPHA PHI NATIUNAL SURURITY President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Trainer Rush Chairman f , z- my , f-glam mi Yo Ns.. w. Wi OFFICE RS Fran Duify Judy Hanna Pat Hiatt Bonita Buckhammer Juanita Rosenlof Juanita Rosenlof Roseann Barry Carol Bentjen Fran Beyl is . E S 5 as ea a 1 C, an ai X . . W 7? 'fv 915 "W R Ns 'Tm' ,W l 125- WT: KIT' if-fl? A A ng , s g1hL7'-1 A Uwkiki A ,.:.. V Q ,V , if First semester pledges of Alpha, Phi were, front row: Bev Frerichs, Sue Kelsch, Judy Bartlett, Judy Krubeck, Pam Brust, and Mary McMurtry. Second row: Sandy Holen, Sylvia Nelson, Jeanne Comoy, Eileen Wingert, Carol Sweley, and Carol Ewers. Back row: Kathy Cunningham, Carol Styskal, Adele Muel- ler, Treva Baker, Imo Jeane Zillig, and Barbara Larson. HAPPA ALPHA PHI BEIIAME ALPHI PHI IN MAY, I963 Kappa Alpha Phi became the Delta Xi Chapter of Alpha Phi on May 10, 1963. Since that time the Alpha Phi's have actively engaged in many service projects and social ac- tivities. Typical of Alpha Phi's service projects are their work on the heart fund campaign, on the muscular dystrophy drive, on the bloodmobile campaign, and on a Girl Scout drive. Social activities include the Burgundy Ball at Christmas time and the Spring Formal in April. Members of the Alpha Phi bowling team which placed first in intra- mural eompetition were Marty Hin- richs, Linda Feaster, Pat Hiatt, and Ruth Ann Svatos. As Homecoming draws near, the Alpha Phis put the finishing touches on their float. UMEGA DELTA PI FRATERNITY OFFICE RS President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Pledge Trainer Social Chairman Bernie Clark Mert Crockett George Cromer Don Cross Neal Cross Dan Funkhouser Ben Harvey .lack Hausmann Bob Hilton Ron Knight Gary Kuebler Dean Miller Chuck Payne Tom Shelton Franz Trumler Royal Van Horn Neal Cross T117-,. Maja Don Cross Jack Hausmann Gary Bennett Ben Harvey .lim Brown Royal Van Horn '15,-K :gm 415, F' VR ips? 5' A .lt 3 gi "f' "f5' ' x 5 4 '1- g Q X J ' L? 5 ,3 gk, E QMWFQ A , . fl' 'kgs ALPHA Xl DELTA NATIONAL SURURITY OFFICERS President Donna Lewis Corresponding Secretary Peggy Miller Vice-President Gloria Grigsby Recording Secretary Diana Erpelding Membership Chairman Penny Wright Pledge Trainer Judy Ritterbush Treasurer Marlene Snyder Social Chairman Gayle Skiles Diana Erpeldlng Gloria Grigsby Maxine Karsten Karen Kelly Donna Lewis he an Peggy Miller Ruth Llndekugel Judy Rltterbush Gayle Skiles Marlene Snyder Nancy Wall Penny Wright Jan Schroeder A 5 5 , .EQ A , is A iii ff-- .gg E First semester pledges of Alpha Xi Delta were, seated: Pat DeBoer, Elaine Schmitz, Janet Wait, Carol McC1urg, Carol D. Back, and Carol V. Beck. Standing: Elaine Sprau, Cathy Fry, Marilyn Prososki, and Lorene Messman. ALPHA XI llElTA'S FIRST T0 G0 NATIONAL Delta Gamma Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was the first national Greek fraternity on the KSC campus being installed on April 7, 1962. Since that time the group has pursued an active program of social, service, and scholarship activities. Some of the organization's activities this year were a Homecoming brunch, two Christmas parties, a Valen- tine's Day Sweetheart dance, a. parent's tea, and the an- nual "April In Athens" spring formal. 'il Assisted by her date, Jerry Kenton, Carol V. Beck opens the gift she re- ceived for being the ideal pledge of Visiting with Alpha Xi Delta alum Mrs. Milton J. Hassel is the organi- zation's province presi- dent, Mrs. 0. C. Yeak- ley. Alpha Xi Delta. The pledge trainer, Judy Ritterbush, and her date, Bill Meier, look on. Some of the members of the Kearney alumnae group of Alpha Xi Delta are Mrs. Marvin Knlttel, Mrs. Richard Lange, Mrs. S. S. Sidner, Mrs. Ralph Hamilton, Mrs. Richard Prascher, and Mrs. Harvey Altmeler. These alums assist the active chapter in their programs and plans each year. A for a ,rl' W4 Xu? ax .1'Z4.F'z7:u' isa-az." 91. -ml 's.wH'.'f'av .il ?r 1 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Trainer Bill Backes Brad Booth Ralph Check Gary Duranski Doug Glascock Richard Grabowski Ron Koteles Jerry Kenyon Ed Kruml Kent Mattson Larry McCord Garnie McCormick Mack Miner Jack Nosal Francis Osentowski Demiis Renter Ron Rezac John Richman Ron Ritterbush Scott Robinson Al Satterly Gary Schafer Don Scheel Paul Stubbe Dan Windhorst PHI PHI PHI FRATERNITY OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Al Satterly President Don Scheel Vice-President Gary Duranski Secretary Mack Miner Treasurer Bill Backes Pledge Trainer Don Scheel Ralph Check Doug' Glascock Dan Windhorst Al Satterly if V i 5 it 55 Elf . 'lf X First semester pledges of the Phi Phi Phi frater nity were, seated: Dick Luebbe, Mike Inselman, Don Whitney, and Jim Van Horn. Standing: Tom Knaub. Tom Willis is not pictured. TRI-PHl'S WERE UNDEFEATED IN INTRAMURAL FUUTBALL Organized in 1955, the Phi Phi Phi Fraternity seeks to combine the social aspects of fraternity life with a high sense of obligation to college, country, and self. Included in their activities are the annual Hobo Hop, numerous house parties, and the The night of their informal initiation found the annual spring formal, the Starlight Ball. ln addi- tion, the Tri-Phis have not abandoned their "pet" activity, intramural football. Undefeated in season play, they hope for another success- ful season next year. Tri-Phi pledges busy painting the courthouse. Located across from the campus, the Tri-Phi House is "home" for 23 fraternity members. e ifiifsw W rf K ' V A , 2 vj SLE. , , Lp 'T' .wwwmf M gg' .P if Chosen as royalty at the Phi Phi Phi's an- WWM F if W A ii nual Hobo Hop were Marsha Mator and Al Satterly. l'onny Blas Zona Bunger Judy Bye Rosalie Fates Shirley Fhapman Linda Dempewolf Betty Guthmann Kathy Johnson Kathy Johnston Shirley Jones Terry Kiesel Carol Kinnaman Pat Lauer Mary McAfee Joyce Mullin Jaequie Mvlioberts Sandra Mead Enid Meeske Barbara Oherg Peggy Orzm Kay Phelan Lois Quist Melva Ryman Gloria Shaffer Dixie Walker Jeanie VYhitmire Sharon Wood Judy Wooden Terry Young Sandra Zimmer 104 CHI UMEGA NATIUNAI. SURURITY Vice-President Mary McAfee Phyms A"'f"1y OFFICERS President Sandra Zimmer Secretary Melva Ryman Treasurer Kathy Johnson Pledge Trainer Carol Kinnaman Rush Chairman Joyce Mahm new 'Mr---J 7237 IN fi-4 'iii "ig, First semester pledges of Chi Omega, were seated: Margaret Presler, Pauletta Newman, Patricia Debban, Gloria Loschen, and Winnie Richards. First row, standing: Evelyn Mousel, Deanna Slote, Sandra Cross, Marilyn Oberg, Rosemary Miller, Lavonne Lichti, and JoAnn Nissen. Second row, standing: Connie Aspedon, Cheryl Lauer, Sue Divan, Marsha Spelts, Mar- lene McCarty, Christine Poffenberger, and Pam Newman. CHI UMECA'S STRESSES SCHIILARSHIP, SERVICE AND PARTICIPATION The Iota Zeta Chapter of Chi Omega stresses scholarship, social and civic service, and participation in campus activities. Chapter activities include sorority- fraternity functions, a pledge-active re- turn day, the Cotillion Ball, and the Cotton Ball. In addition, the group's pledges won first place in the Cal Olympics. Chi Omegas and their dates danced to the music of the Four Keys at the gToup's Cotillion Ball which was held last Winter. The Chi 0mega's Homecoming float was escorted down the street by actives and pledges during the parade. ' PHI TAU GAMMA FRATERNITY OFFICERS First Semester Chancellor Dick Strobl Vice Chancellor Dennis Butt Secretary Sid Zimmer Treasurer Jon Headrick Second Semester Chancellor Harry Strohmyer Vice Chancellor Norman Westerbuhr Secretary Jerry Vannler Treasurer Jon Headrick Dennis Butt Ron Cropp Tom Cunningham Pete Genzlinger Jon I-Ieadrlck Jerry Meyer Dennis Muehling Clark Norblade Jack Portenier Jim Price Dick Ramsey Jim Rundstrom Dave Sandoz Larry Sells Dick Strobl Harry Strohmyer Norm Westerbuhr Sid Zimmer 106 Jim Bohling Crale Bunger xi' DEL. wma M61- dv 'it' ami' Wm , 'QT ""l'l-ihuuq Yi? in in First semester pledges of the Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity were Tom Paxson, Dave Burmood, Gene Schobourg, Ron Leitner, and Don Davenport. Highlights of the year for the Phi Tau Gamma Fraternity were the win- ning of their third straight victory in the Homecoming float competition and the selection of Miss Carolyn Green- halgh as the 1964 Phi Tau Gamma Sweetheart at the group's annual spring formal. Housemother for the Phi Tau's is "Mom" McNutt. -' , DELTA ZETA NATIUNAL SURURITY OFFICERS President Joan l-Iadenfeldt Treasurer Nancy Stovall Secretary Diamn Rogers Pledge Trainer Jean Goedert Secretary Jackie Walter Rush Chairman Mavis Gilster Delorls Carlson Delores Christensen Kathleen Danaher Sharon Dietz Phyllis Dokken Mavis Gllster Janet Grabenstein Joan Hadenfeldt Barbara Hollinger Kathy Johnson Linda Memming Lillian Mock Pat Myers Marilyn Olson Dlarm Rogers Becky Shrader Pat Scott Kay Smith Nancy Stovall Jackie Walter Linda Anderson Sharon Atkins Connie Bean Cheryl Brening sq., Viv' hw W0 . rree fs e 'C' m A in 13 f it A mi 11 5 ll g 1, 11 ll Pledges of Delta Zeta are, seated: Nancy Koos, Barbara Vokoun, Judy Christensen, and Joanne Jeffery. Standing: Charlene Newcomb, Carol Smith, Doris Phelps, San- dra Walters, Kandis Penry, Dixie Dady, and Donna Morin. DELTA ZETA'S HAVE COMPLETED THEIR FIRST YEAR AT KSC Colonizing as the Zeta Sigma Chapter of Delta Zeta on the KSC campus barely a year ago, this year was a year for the Delta Zeta's to work together as a group and as a group strive for achievement, it was a year for them to set goals and to begin traditions, and it was a year for them to meet the other Greeks and work with their groups. Some of the activities of the group this year were selling "K State" mums at Homecoming, doing various service projects for the school and the com- munity, sponsoring a style show, and holding a Pink Paradise Dance and the Lamplighters Ball. Chosenby her sisters and their dates to reign over the g'roup's Pink Paradise Dance as the "Paradise Princess" was Delta Zeta active Barb Hollinger. As a last minute touch, Nancy Koos arranges Dee Christensen's hair while Judy Christensen and Diann Rogers discuss the proper way to With these preliminaries completed, it's walk. time for the Delta Zeta-sponsored style show. Modeling for the Delta Zeta Rainbow of Fash- ion Style Show were Nancy Koos, Judy Chris- tensen, Dee Christensen, and Diann Rogers. X Bill Beck Rodney Best Gary Cederburg David Emery Earl Fickenscher Ray Haggstrom Roger Harpham Jay Henderson Jim Hesse Jan Johnson Darrel Jones Bob Kirk Rod Kissinger Ken Lefever Neil McConahay Gale MCRQ-ynolds Jim Morey Don Morgan Dan Murrish Henry Potts Dale Rasmussen Dennis Schmoker Mike Slierlwvk Jon Shurigar Ted Tramhly Richard Vuvrina David Vickstrom Roger Watson Neil Wiseman Richard Zaruha 110 SIGMA TAU GAMMA NATIUNAL FRATERNITY OFFICERS Dennis Anderson President Roger Harpham Vice-President Jon Shurigar Secretary Ken Lefever Treasurer Earl Fickenscher Rush Chairman Bob Kirk 'fir dv-v"" WWA lhzraf ik,- ri Gig 'HQ' 'WUI First semester pledges of Sigma Tau Gamma were, seated: Terrel Hanshew and Dennis Bea- vers. Standing: Roger Meyer, Linden DeFreece, and Dallas Harlng. SIG TAO'S COMPLETE SEOONO YEAR AS THE FIRST MEN'S NATIONAL The Sigma Tau Gamma fratemity is com- pleting its second year as a national on the KSC campus. The pioneer in the field of na- tionals for the men's fraternities on campus took part in functions and Sunday breakfasts with the five sororities and enjoyed such other highlights as the Togo Tromp, the Sand Stomp, and the White Rose Ball. Other activities included as unscheduled pledge "sneak" to Fort Hays, Kansas, and the winning of the banner trophy and the chariot race at Homecoming. , icy' " ' ' ' NJA, 4, ..L-.,, , Pausing for a rest while they paint one of the classrooms in the adminis- tration building are Sig Tau pledges Dallas Haring, Clint Shurigar, and Ted Quick. Using "Zorro" as their comic strip character, Sig- ma Tau Gamma members portrayed KSC's Zorro rid- ing the I-Iasting's Broncos from the football field. Sue Peterson Kay Christensen Karen Ferris Janyee Franc-ics Carolyn Grcenhalgh Karen Harrop Marilee Helms Marsha Jones Fran Johnson Janette Johnson Karen Koyen Charlotte Licking Barbara Lynch Karcn Monson Jan Myers Pat Novasad Sheryl Olson Linda Rupp Sharon Shovlain Nancy Sloggett Nancy Staehr Connie Swanson Kay Wilson Cherry Witham 112 GAMMA PHI BETA NATIONAL SURURITY President Viee-President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Trainer Rush Chairman 0FFli'l'1 RS Car olyn Greenhalgh Sheryl Olson .lan Meyers Sharon Shovlain Carol Green Kay Wilson Barbara Alderson Newly activated initiates of the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority at the end of first semester were seated: Janette Kruse, Vicki Livingston, Mrs. Jane King, Mrs. Beulah Laird, Mrs. Merle Purcell, Mrs. Maurine l-Iofferber, Dr. Edna FIIYIICSS, Kristi Cottrell, and Kathy Schnase. Standing: Cheryl Drew, Dixie Den- man, Sandra Schmidt, Penny Christensen, Kathy Hesse, Sue Zikmund, Lynda Richman, Pat Ground, Joy Renter, Janene Boardman, Nancy Wilson, Betty Jo Gillespie, Colleen Davis, and Susan Kincaid. GAMMA PHI BETA'S SECOND YEAR AT IISC Highlights of Gamma Phi Beta's second year on the KSC campus were the Ranch Dance, collecting money for the Boy Scouts, several money-making projects, and the Crescent Ball where Carolyn Greenhalgh was crowned as her sorority's queen. Other Gamma Phi's served on the Student Council and SAC while still others were cheerleaders, Women's League presi- dent, and the royalty of six organizations. The Ranch Dance was one of the many social events of the Gamma Phi Beta's this year. ,afauw,.,wL:sI:',w .., szfvaf ,.m,4,'.-fvmewif ff., 1 ' Awgwvvgque. 'L-f',4gmmgQfz,,3g,,,wg' f', as IS IINE UF ACTIVITY Kathy Hesse and her date, Roger Harpham, jig to the mu- sic of the Sonics. THETA XI NATIONAL FRATERNITY OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester President Larry Pfeil President Don Hickman Vice-President Stan Spomer Vice-President Lynn Casey Secretary Richard Pehrson Secretary Richard Pehrson Treasurer Larry Frederick Treasurer Larry Frederick Pledge Trainer Dick Bolton Pledge Trainer Gary Junker Jim Armagost Jim Ayers Dick Bolton Royce Brown Lynn Camplin Lynn Casey Jerry Denton Allyn Eaves Larry Fredericks Ted Griess Bill Hickman Don Hickman Charles Humble Gary Junker Lanny Larson Victor Larson Larry Lehn Wayne Markus Richard Mattke Bob Miller Dan Nielsen Bob Pantenburg Richard Pehrson Larry Pfell Tim Pratt Jim Richardson Stanley Spomer Larry Swedlund Bob Whitehouse Butch Williams :audi Wbk We-0 qgsznu " .7 , fa- f ,of w-31' 'Tir IK iffy 45,1 fav' V1 Wil?" 0? I V P f 5 E fiaaw 1 n lg Malia E M Q First semester pledges of Theta Xi were, seated: Bruce Sherman, Ron Jiede, Ron Friz- zell, Roland Anderson, and Paul Brodhagen. Standing: Jim Hiner, Dee Schaad, and Jerry THETA Xl'S CELEB RATE CENTENNIAL The Beta Nu Chapter of Theta Xi stresses its fraternity's precepts of scholarship, lead- ership, and the code of highest gentleman- ly conduct. Activities of the group this year included an informal rush coffee, the Swamp Stomp, a constructive pledge informal, and the an- nual spring formal and lawn party which was held on May 9. Wise. Homecoming time found the Theta Xi's spending many of their nights getting their float ready for the parade. The Swamp Stomp marked the opening of the Theta rush season ACTIVITIES , if J Ea K 7 .F ,V A, ,far - M K H A ,. ,S f 'X iijiaiwl K. , ggi, is Fx se 'ag as 2 pw ff ' - Q ' U S 135 . "' I' , vi---1 'Q S fu'-.xv-" . 4. rs J 1 Sf B .. ., Q W-vf-.-.-.-v Tl M1 ' .4f,,,C"A K 0, .nik ,9, f"'Xw if 2 . fs: S -- P Q or , w --.M , -W-swf W- ZPL af. l 3 S af y-mf We if W 35' 235534: Xu? Kf, 'ex 1 5 Q i a xi V7 'if NA?-Av? 1, t I PM .Q f j' Q., slriuxfff 'iii 1' Q. : . ' ,S tj " ' ' 5 ,: 'K at J f , 5' a ., I I 5, , V: , . . W Q 1? 2 . V-mm: Je rx, , , , , , ' , ' l l . .f .,, V I ,x E ,A Q G if ' J' f , Wow! What cute cheerleaders! Millard Carnes and Mick Keyser give KSC cheerleader Pat Myers a helping hand. The Phi Tau Gamma victory bell boosted school spirit at the Huron game. BUUSTERS 0F SCHUUL SPIRIT Golden Girl, Carol Kinnaman, leads the KSC marching band in the Homecoming, 1963, parade. Keamey State College's Wagoneers add pep and color to the campus and the Homecoming Parade' dwmawn 3,4 - 1 E2 ll In Ill if N "- fam: Q .. . Z 3. X QIYX '-tx ' I W , wi ff 'ffnfj i:iA ' ffx f 5 I .,w,,,?j, . 3 'fu 'ln it 5 AF' I fi . ,Q ff, a-A is uf- ? . ' , ,fav , in ,M if ,, N Q , , X ,E A Q 1 , + ...A Q , A ,4 Q I 5 W., Q WINNING Hf LQ 'f ,Trim-YH' 'gxwff fav- M E A ,. , 5, A W h Q V . aww 2,315 xg If nnL.4,.-f - , '- . K ' 1 Jn-w1,,w-,4 s 'IING FLUATS 1 IM ' 'A .. .. K E V- .Ma 1 WWW x lA .5'1.?,'fgQ,.+,g,V,a,-I rw ht 4 mf , ,rl U f k,,,34 . .-f, . He! , 5 if w"f..I'xf' f. "xii-5 'Sim . fyfzsdk-",.' f ff 'Y f A ' 4fff ' '1 ,, I I 11-1 4-V - ' W? If WM K , .. 5 '44 .ff V W5 L- A ' wwf , S 3: 5 V-1' I an w':V.a5,.r:i 1, K - tim im 'TV , , U .:l'! . A" -WV f .Q -- , Q, 4 f , ' wx. , 1 - ' 1 ,. . ' -- 'v , V, ffmzgm I as I ,QZV V V,., . . R , L, L wwf 1211+ if L' ?f'm'fS , ' 3. 59.4 hw The fifteen Homecoming queen candidates anxiously await the announcement of the five finalists, one of whom will be the 1963 Homecoming Queen. PAGEANT HIGHLIGHTS HGMEGUMING ,Y 31. +jfgfc1.,,,ffa,,,yy M 1 5 An actual hanging of Bronco player number 69 Caledonian pledges work on Snoopy's doghouse is brought about by tree-climbing Jim Rundstrom. while Alfred E. Newman looks on. 122 KSC fans watch 33 bands perform during the half-time ceremonies at the 1963 Homecoming' game. DURM DISPLAYS ADD CULUR T0 HUMECUMING Hunts: . We 3332 In ji FAN ww--v-v....,,,n Winning first place in the dorm display competition was Randall Hall's "A Successful Day at the Tournament." ,y Yi .mr Little Lula was found roasting hroncs in front of Conrad Hall. Stout Hall chose "Dunk the Broncs" for their Homecoming theme this year. I Case Hall's "WVallup Hastings" didnw Place but it did add color Ludden Hallplac-ed second with Snoopy sighing after a mouth- to the oldest KSC dorm. ml of bmnco meat. ix? if o , , M: 2, Vin-ii y an Kearney's antibronco ultimate weapon display Martin Hall featured Donald Duck holding the broncs won third place for Men's Hall. for their display. 123 ,fhx at W-v Gwendolyn fLynn McCarthy! is telling "Ernest" 1-lack! Worthing tDave Hensleyb that her domi- nating mother, Lady Bracknell, will not allow her to marry him. -lack, however, persuades her to see him when she can at his place in the coun- try. Algernon tGary Provincel eavesdrops in the background. HIGH COMEDY WAS THE HEY T0 MEMURABLE THEATRE A playful satire on society, "The lm- portance of Being Ernest," brought high comedy to the KSC campus last October. This play, by Oscar Wilde, was presented as an arena production where the audience was seated on all four sides of the stage. Cast members for this first all-col- lege play were Dave Hensley, Gary Province, Lynn McCarthy, Kathy John- son, Nancy Donnelson, Dwayne lbsen, Ray Dage, and Jerry Nelson. The play was directed by Philip Jackman with Carol Styskal as student director. Dr. John Kirk was in charge of the technical arrangements. Cecily lLinda Taylorb scolds her guardian QDave I-Iensleyb for refusing to shake hands with his "re- pentent brother" 1Gary Provlncel. Dr. Clasuble iDwayne Ibsenj and Miss Prism iNa.ncy Donnelsonb right- eously concur. in 1 , 4' Q' Qs si H l ' f Be an m Y? bg ,W Q ff H? , w E 593' W .ff v W H ,rsilfmi x A 'E '51 """ D sf .P 1 Il W Mfg 23 JJ?" .my 'V X H-Lf if .Q f Q? J A K? N, gg Q 3 Af k Z J V4 gE' 'ff ef X, Ifffxljr ,,,, f I if. STUDENTS GIVEN EXPERIENCE IN AN EVENING IIE UNE ACTS KSC students are given experience not only in acting but also in directing as "An Evening of One Acts" is presented each year. Any col- lege student may tryout for a part in these one acts while the directors are members of the speech department's advanced directing class. These plays are, therefore, entirely a student production. Of the one acts this year, "The Sandbox," "The Marriage Proposal" and "Three Actors and Their Drama" were comedies while "Hello Out There" and "The Lady of Larkspur Lotion" were serious dramas. if 'ie- T A simple and lonely girl Olary Noblel dis- covers love from a prisoner in jail 4Gary iVellsJ in "Hello Out There." Attempting to protect Mrs. Hardwicke-Moore's Mane Hipwellb dream, the Writer 4Dick Harmony ver- hally fights the iron-fisted logic- of the landlady, Mrs. Wire CMary McAfeeJ. This action is happening in Tennessee Williams' "The Lady of Larkspur Lotion. I I 8 -'El Y' Ax of second rate actors fVicky An author fBob Keiperb pleads with a company Samuelson, Gayle McReynolds, and Dwayne Ibsenb in Ghelderode's one act "Three Actors and Their Drama." A nervous suitor's 1Gary Provincej foot falls asleep in "The Marriage Proposal" as the father CDennis Hannon! and pro- posed-to daughter fSusan Pricej look on bewildered. "How do they this god damn fGay Woodburn! with troubles of fDan Wils0n!, Mommy 1Kathy fBarbara ObergJ. expect me to do anything with toy shovel?" thinks Grandma in "The Sandbox." Looking on their own are the Young Man Daddy tTom Chamberlainj, Johnson! and the Musician , , This year's directors and their plays were Jo Stadler and Jerry Nelson, "Hello Out There"g Jerry Stromer and Jane Cordes, "The Lady of Larkspur Lotion"g Ray Dage and Harold Horner, "Three Actors and Their Drama"g Carol Lee Koch and Lynn McCarthy, "The Mar- riage Proposalng and Dave Hensley and Janyce Sanders, "The Sandbox." ,ff "1 4' ,S ,f . Vg . , -' 4 5 gk 1 arf 42+ E Q? WN 9+ I 5 1 1 if J ,M 2 :qv 535. Q55-.'i fwxx 5 -4 , Se 3' 'JIIRIV V img I, , ,M 5. 5 Maman QIINQ. ,M f EEZMQSQ? Filiuuf X EERE? fl!!! '5 lin? naw f The Burke Family Singers, a widely-praised family choral en- semble consisting of the mother and father and their 10 chil- dren ranging in age from eight to 21, presented the second Ar- tists and Lecturers Series early last November. George Vafiadis por- trayed Abraham Lincoln in the Cleveland Play- houses's production of "The Rivalry." A ,story of the Lincoln-Douglas debates, this play was another of the scheduled programs in the Artists and Lecturers Series for this year. Featured at the first Community Concert of the season, Benny Good- man and his orchestra included in their pro- gram jazz as well as other forms of music. Doing a one man performance of Moby Dick, Philip Hanson was 0 U C A T I 0 featured at an April convocation. BRING CULTURE TU THE CAMPUS Through the concerts presented by the Community Concert Association and those co-nvocations under the sponsorship of the Artists and Lecturers Series, cultural programs were brought to the KSC campus once again this year. Dimitry Markevitch, an accomplished cellist, the Burke Family Singers, the Cleveland Playhouse, Philip Hanson, and Kenneth Burke, an author, lecturer, and critic were all pre- sented as part of the Artists and Lecturers Series. Moreover, the Community Concert Association presented Benny Good- man and his orchestra, the Kansas City Philharmonic, a duo- pianists concert, and the DeCromier Singers as their programs this year. e 'jf g AM' it of so ,L The three thieves played by -Ion Calhoun, Ray Dage, and Dan Wilson try the "Three Musketeers Manoeuvre" on an unsuspecting nursemaid CCarol Styskall. "Child, child, you will always find your- self pursued by desires with changing beards and never have the courage to tell one of them: 'Stay as you are - I love you,' " stated Lady I-Iurf fJo Stadlerl as she tries to console Eva 1Nancy Donnelsony. P Lx.. ff" "' HTHIEVES CARNIVAL" 'Thieves' Carnival", the first College Theatre pro- duction of the second se- mester, was a rollicking comedy which was written by Jean Anouillh. The play concerned three re- markably inept thieves who get taken in by a very rich and very nutty old lady. The two "pantomime buc- caneers" played by Dwayne Ibsen and Tom Chamber- lain peer into an uncer- tain future. Lord Edgard fDave Hensley? consults The New York Times for a solution to the problems of Lady Hurf Mo Stadlerl and Juliette Hilary Nobleb. wsxyfxi Five of the members of KSC's traveling debate squad are shown with some of the trophies which they have won this year. The debaters are Bob LKPP, Chuck Varvel, Leora Rider, John Bliese, and Carol Lambley. IISC'S IIEBATURS WIN NINE TRUPHIES DURING THE SEASIlN'S Carol Lambley, who won second place in oral interpretation at the University of Omaha Cross Examination Debate Tour- nament, poses with Chuck Varvel and Leora Rider who proud- ly display the trophy they received for wimling first in "B" division debate at that tourney. IIUMPETITIUN Kearney State College's de- baters attended 18 tourna- ments this year at which they won seven debate trophies and two individual trophies. Of the ten students on the traveling squad, the team of John Bliese and Bob Lapp won over 801723 of their debates dur- ing the season's competition. The overall team average was 5529. Placing second in the Heart of the Continent Debate Tour- nament held at Minot, North Dakota, Bob Lapp holds the trophy he and John Bliese won there. In addition, John holds the trophy he was awarded for receiving the highest number of speaker points of any of the 20 debaters at the meet. Members of the Symphonic Concert Band imder the direction of Dr. Gaylord F. Thomas are: Piccolo Pat Olinger Flute Barbara Oberg Pat Olinger Janet Steinke Sue Divan Linda Nelson Oboe Mary Nelson Bassoon Richard Ingerle E-b Clarinet Peggy Lichtenwalter Bass Clarinet Patricia Proett Allen Kelly Joanne Kjar Judy Anderson Contra Bass Clarinet Sandra Kelley Alto Saxophone Mary Petska Kent Person Sandra Smets Donald Whitney 134 B-b Clarinet Cornet Tuba Dan Windolph Linda Bryan Sharon Phillips Jo Seamen Sylvia Nelson Bev Frerich Cheryl Brening Adele Mueller Marilyn East Joaml Wagner Linda Arehart Treva Baker Margaret Schultz Jolynn Miller Kathy Cunningham Rita Bendfeldt Kathleen Redenbo Tenor Saxophone Herb Roeser Baritone Saxophone Judith Bjorklund French Hom Becky Shrafder Carl Neubauer Tom Cunningham Stan Spomer Dennis Muehling Francis Osentowski Ted Quick Pat Casper Bev Edson Trumpet Jim Schaefer Maurice Deines John Freeman Wayne Mart Trombone Herb Hutcheson Curtis Cole J an Mathews Earl Fickenscher Dallas Haring Dave Stull Baritone James Hughes Marilyn Oberg Bob Keiper String Bass Wanda Kutschkau Clayton McGraw Sandy Zimmer Jerry Huebner Joe McLaughlin Timpani Jim Morey Percussion Bill Boucher Winona Moor Richard Brehm Betty Craig Sharon Haworth Members of the College Commanders are, first row: Judy Bjorklund, Linda Bryan, Mary Petska- Dan Windolph, and Dick Ingerle. Second row: Jan Mathews, Ernie Jensen, John Freeman, Stan Spomer, Dennis Muehling and Francis Osentowski. Third row: Ken Kokrda, Clayton McGraw, and Kent Kittie. INSTRUMENTALISTS PERFURM IN THE CULLEGE BAND AND CUMMANIJERS 135 el? 'silty if :UU W 3 s Fi- .liifiz . Q my ' 5255 fi , 91 f . X . 1 'N w Y 1' 2 +. s 1, ,H Y r ' ' ,. 95551 -15' fwfff i A V . 1755 W K " i5ii7"'v'vl1w1?l'.Txi1?' K ' K . , . f k .K lwsswfif - '- ,qs fl E KSN s ? 'S X1 L . A g ,, 'fx N 43 1 1- , V .un Lavonne Llchti Geneva KEARNEY STATE Sherry McNef! Fullerton CULLEGE BAND LED BY SEVEN MAIURETTES Carol Kinnamon Durango, Colorado Kathy Hesse Shickley ky M '-M Judy Krubeck Adele Mueller Kearney Fullerton Nancy Wall Superior Surf. if s Q ,Q y 1 if A I-:win fffsk V T 2? JA', A Vt-'xf ly--' ' lg fs - K K-" is ffm -ws' 'L M' M ,si wi 935+ -gf, wx ig. 'S if ii? M , sf if if Ylwg - ' g iji-ff. ' ' A '1 Members of the College-Community Orchestra are: violins, Lonna Bartels, Sandra Burman Kelley, Ellen Charlton, Orinda Karlberg, Marlbeth Lynn, Lorene Messman, Winona Moor, Carol Thomas, and Shea Watson, violas, Susan Bergstrom, Barbara Greeno, Arthur Larson, Barbara Fochtman, Matthew Shoe- maker, and Patricia Snyder, cellos, Earle Boardman, Robert DuFresne, Bettelee Lewis, Mary Jo McC1me, and Virginia Travis, basses, Craig Greeno, Wanda Kutschkau, Clayton McGraw, and Richard Yolmg, flutes, Krlstl Cottrell, Cindy Noreng, and Janet Steinke, oboes, Polly Colony and Don Lehn, English horn, Polly Colony, clarinets, Linda Bryan, William McGahan, and Dan Wlndolph, bassoons, Betty Jo Gillespie, Richard Ingerle, and Wllllam Watson, horns, Carl Neubauer and Robert Buddenberg, trumpets, Robert Larson, Ron Miller and Stanley Spomer, trombones, Earl Flckenscher, Frank Robinson, and Marilyn So- renson, tuba, Clayton McGraw, tlmpani, James Morey, percussion, William McGahan, piano, Oralene Hall, and organ, Mildred Macdonald. THE CULLECE- CUMMUNITY ORCHESTRA AND MADRICAL SINCERS ENTERTAIN APPRECIATURS UE MUSIC AT PERIUDIC CUNCERTS Performing as members of the KSC Madrigal Singers are front row: Janet Stelnke fac- companlstl, Joann Wagner, Nancy Recker, Marva Dee Elder, Karen Peterson, Sue Divan, and Cheryl Wood. Second row: George Stovall, Robert Kelper, Dallas Haring, Milan Fran- zen, Paul Wlce, Wesley Mohler, and Mr. Myron Osterberg. Other members of the Mad- rlgals Singers are Jan Grabensteln, Lorene Messman, and Arlene Rice. STUDENT ARTISTS EXPRESS THEMSELVES THROUGH ART WURK The students and stu- dent artists who find themselves involved in the analysis and produc- tion of creative work look forward to some success and r e w a r d when they display their best works each spring in the Kappa Pi-spon- sored art exhibit. Completing a canvas in beginning oil painting is Beverly Frerichs. Dennis Southwick pulls a jug on the potter's wheel as he experiments with wheel thrown forms. A--.xx I 'Y'- Decorating a coiled vessel is the problem of advanced cera- mics student, Susan Price. Pete Genzlinger seems to enjoy Doug- las Burton's paintings, one of the sev- eral exhibits of an individual's works ,shown in the "second floor gallery." maya-, lczzzg 'f': ROYALTY M., - sie' 1 fx 5 33522522 ,, if wi, M,-.. X, Wm 3, -17 Q L a .f m Q' -M.: , ,Q .ng E w ik: ,Q ra' ,,,--, - .-3,5 -.V f i s .gas A 151 rg Q 14 U ' awk 'lf rf 5 My fi is 'film P af? LQ + gf , ps i 4, 'aZ?5':.v-ISV YQ' Q , , Vg H, vs if if' " ., 1.7. '1' 311 g Q fs ,gg .1 A Ay e. W H .. lyHM3?.5'QLK-F 2 sfkfnhlw fv fi L' L .- ' K :ll .- I 5, 1, ., ff k -L 3 -Q i ,F nfs . ' ' 'N ' YV" ' E 1 i :Cliff Ei? .. Q f 5 ua' K fx ,. 4 . S, MQ Mfffmwfw ,fn :rf 127.51 QW ,f A-, N 4. i 'L , 465 5 ., w .,, if .V -,f ww xii? ,Q S .A ..,. .. is i , QF. UM '1 S vx :A L f , Zaire, ,E f QFW QF1 M A 'M fs nwfrv' ,iff 3341131243 gsjygs Y wi .f: ."f "fu . 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High mg, I-:,,:p:.:,,'?53f?g ffiiiwr 1? Ka 'W MISS M cm ummm num MISS IDA M - 52 Q Q if I , , A ,1'XM,,1 . . , :?f1 W 'QQ Q 4, 2-if - p 5 5 zf L 2 ,E 5 5 wma' W , SSW' mggm 533, !i...gmw :WH V-:QQ ., f S1 x WWW 4 3 3 , ,X .fi 35. 3, III LIVINGSTON WEEIHEART 'wmv W" W. JEL!" L N .X ,,. ' N" 4 5 M W X M ' ,,-, , " 4, X ur,-:La W4 , 1 Q , Q W V Ls" e L x Y M 3 YY V J' " W z A Y , MM, U W Russ or TAU :gnm2nug.1 ,'a..0nu,Ww,1u mQ,..xQm2.u.x-rxwfwvy V , V SPORTS 1 Front Row: Morris Hester, trainer, Larry Stengel, Bill Backes, Terry Renner, Dick Hollinger, Ekerberg, Sterling Troxel, Byron Blobaum, John Johnson, Larry McCord, John Curtis, Darold Ebn Middle Row: R. D. Hauver, assistant coach, Joe Willis, graduate assistant: Allen Brecht, man Koteles, Gary Gibson, Clark Norblade, Ed Hollinger, Emmit Bosshamer, Bob McCabe, Jim Richar Rich Myers, manager, Allen Zikmund, coach: Bill Giles, line coach. Back Row: Galyn Lind, trainer, Dan Hoesley, Demljs Walker, Bill Shonka, Bill Magglacomo, Neil Kaup, Gary Rasmussen, Jim Jones, Wayne Gappa, Jim Lindau, Richard Brehm, Jim Buck, ANTELUPES Rllll T0 9-0 RECURIIQ HUST NAIA PlAYOFF GAME Coach Allen Zikmund and his 80 gridders this fall com- pleted something which no other Nebraska college team had ever done -- competed in the NAIA Playoff game for the entire country. The Antelopes were ranked THIRD nationally at the end of the regular season as they had scored nine convinc- ing victories over Kansas, South Dakota, and Nebraska competition. With such an outstanding record, the NAIA officials in Kansas City chose the Antelopes for one of the four teams to playoff for the Camellia Bowl in Sacramento, Cal. The Kearney Antelopes hosted the Prairie View A 8: M Pan- thers of Texas in the western tilt on Dec. 7. The St. John's team of Collegeville, Minn. hosted Emporia Co-llege of Kansas in the eastern playoff. With a 60 mile an hour wind playing hob with the Ante- lope's passing, the much heavier Negro team was able to power their way to- a 20-7 win 1963 KEARNEY Kearney State Kearney State Kearney State Kearney State Kearney State Kearney State Kearney State Kearney State Kearney State over the Kearneyites. STATE RECORD Washburn Wayne State Peru State Fort Hays State Hastings College Doane College Chadron College Huron College Northern State, South Dakota ll sr, Jim Irwin, Howard Hanson, Dick Butolph, Charles Hircock, Don Hather, Jim ger. Stuckert, Gary Dubbs, Randy Rasmussen, M. C. Crowley, Norman Sheets, Ron Snyder, Vaughn Plock, Ed Kruml, Floyd Holm, Larry Call, Doug Martin, Larry LaMay, Tom Aspegren, Myron Inselman, Kermit Bosshamer, Ken Carmann, , Bob Stuver, Dale Rasmussen, manager. Bill Backes 141 bats the ball away from the potential Washburn University receivers in the opening game of the 1963 season. Congratulations are in order Kearney State's two ALL AMERICAN players. Dick Butolph, quarterback was chosen by NAIA officials to be defensive halfback while Jim Irwin was chosen by the Williamson Rating System as offensive end. Butolph has signed a pro contract with the Ottawa Roughriders and Ir- win with the Los Angeles Rams. H Y ,W T FIRST TEAM - OFFENSE - Line: Larry McCord, Don Hather, Larry Stengel, Ed Kruml, Larry Call, Floyd Holm, Jim Irwin. Backfield: John Johnson, Dick Butolph, Sterling Troxel, Bill Backes. This fall - for the first time, Coach Zikmund and staff gave the players the right to wear "stars" for outstanding play. If a man intercepted a pass, recovered a fumble, blocked a punt, or if the de- fensive line held the opponents to less than 100 yards rushing, he was entitled to a Star. STARS - back row - Ron Koteles, Terry Renner, Dick Butolph, Dick Hollinger, Clark Norblade. Front row: Larry McCord, Randy Rasmussen, Don Hather, Charlie I-Iircock. ANTELIJPES DUMP WASHBURN IN FIRST MEETIN A combined running and passing attack of the Antelopes beat the Washburn University of Topeka, Kansas team in the opener, 19-14. Coaches for the Kearney crew were very worried about the season as they started the year as many men had been graduated from the 1962 team which was one of the college's best. Kearney scored twice in the opening half as John Johnson scampered 4 yards for the season's first marker and Dick Butolph sneaked in from one yard out to give the hosts a 13-7 half-time lead. Bill Backes scored the wirming touchdown as he rammed one yard into the end zone. Kearney rushed to 195 yards while Washburn had 161. Blll Backes, Honorable Mention - All AMERICAN NAIA Halfback G ' .:- , ::F5s:--L H -"' . 'H , ARNLY y ,yyyy COACHES HQH- , 4, S , '- A HAAEE H H --AV . . , - , Q e ',L LL,. 1 'H 5 L1vmgSi0Hv ,,,. . , Q , H h, , fl . ,1 so chlef scout , . , V , 1 , ,1',',- of psf - - WIHISH -HVV graduate asst. X A - V, N m-hA "Tiff- 57 E M , l Giles, line coach LEN ZIKMUND, gy Head D. Hauver, B team coach n Bachman, graduate asst. Coach A Johnson Johnson 483 is soon to find out just how hard the Foster field turf really is as Washburn defenders really upend him. He wasn't hurt and went on to score the first TD. FIRST TEAM DEFENSE - Doug Martin, Larry McCord, Ron Hoteles, Randy Rasmussen, Don Hather, Terry Renner, Ed Hollinger, Howard Hanson, Clark Norblade, Charlie Hlrcock, Dick Hollinger. A '- H - V.",.-:- Q V, - ,i M ' L A' - ... ., , .. V QQ H , H A ' A in ' ' . "" ' i A ye , 4, . A ' A " -7, ff, if My if D ' HM . ' ' "- . - HH If .f V, WM " - "" - - ?H,,V 4 Q -, V3 . . 5 ' .gil I : V i K ggi, 5 msn Akrr I , ,.-:ig ,V. VH, ,.r, HAKV 5 i K no K A LL W I M., ,.., . A VKKV Mughal A 1 5 A J . , V 'A , H, edee f V V A H H . H A , V V - E A ' E aedds sseess eses - -V " 'H V - H HV H ' D t!'. - ,,,,, ,. 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GRIDIIERS RACE PAST Dick Hollinger Senior Halfback All Conference Terry Renner Senior Halfback All Conference Clark Norblade Sophomore Halfbaek All Conference Norman Sheets Sophomore Halfhaek wnvuf, mu-51-14, 35-0 The Antelopes returned to NCC action the following two Saturdays as they traveled to Wayne and Peru. They could do no wrong at Wayne as they easily ran and passed to a 51-l4 victory. Jim Irwin scored three times on passes, and Sterling Troxel had his best night of his four vears as he also scored three TD's. Butolph hit for ll of 13 passes. All told the Kear- ney crew outyarded the Wild- cats 445 to 200. Peru was the next to feel the Antelope's kicks. For the first time in more than 30 years, the Antelopes shut out the Bobcats, at Peru to make it more convincing. Bill Backes took over the scoring chores when the Peru eleven put 2 men on end Jim Irwin. Even then, the rangy end managed to score twice. Clark Norblade led the Kearney defense as he spoiled Peru plays in their own back- field. Offensively, the Kearney backs and ends totaled 381 yards as contrasted to l'eru's X8 on the ground and 36 in the air. Sophomore Pullhaek John Johnson Senior Fullback Sterling Troxel Senior Fullbaek Dave Snyder Junior Halfback Neil Kaup Freshman Quarterback Jim Lindau Sophomore Quarterback b McCabe mor Fullback Jhomore Center Conference FURT HAYS TIGERS UPENTIEIJ, Z6-T4 Revenge was sweet for the Antelopes as they overpowered the Fort Hays crew at Hays 26 to 14. A series of bad breaks and poor punts kept the Kearney team deep in their territory during the first quarter and Hays took a 7-0 lead. The lead was short however as Bill Backes outran the entire Hays secondary from the 20 yard line to tie the score. Just plays later, Butolph hit Troxel with a TD pass to give Kearney a lead they never lost. Midway in the third quarter a 65 yard pass from Butolph to Irwin sealed the verdict. The fourth score came on a 14 yard scamper by John Curtis. Meanwhile the Kearney defense stiffened and never let the Hays quarterbacks 14 of them! get started. The victory eased two straight losses to the Kansas crew. Northern State's Joe Phipps 4813 goes nowhere as he runs into the rugged Kearney defense. Hitting him are Randy Rasmussen 4763, Gary Gibson 1633 and Gary Junker 6731. ANTELUPES R0ll PAST HASTINGS 41-T AT HUMECUMING ITUANE 48-B With their minds set for an all-victorious sea- son, the Kearney team easily trounced both Hastings and Doane. Hastings was the guest at the Antelope Home- coming and the old grads were amazed at the ease with which the Broncos were beaten. Near- ly 8,000 saw Dick Butolph lead the Keameyltes fall 65 who suited up saw lots of action! to the easy win. Not to be overlooked was the superb defense which never let the Hastings team get rolling. Jerry Stuckert Sophomore Halfback John V. Curtis Junior Halfback Ed Hollinger Sophomore Center Lynn Ritz Sophomore Guard .. ,TF .., ., Doug Martin Jim Buck Freshman Guard Doane College, withdrawing from the NCC, felt the Antelope's wrath next as Kearney ran and passed to a 48 to 6 trounclng at the Crete school's Homecoming. Six Antelopes scored as the substitutes saw more action than the first eleven against the Tigers. Doane's vaunted passer Terry Discoe could connect on but 4 passes all afternoon as the Kearney defense hit hard, fast and often. M. C. Crowley Sophomore Halfback Freshman Quarterback Junior Center Wayne Gappa Gary Gibson Sophomore Guard Larry Call Sophomore Guard Kermit Bosshamer Sophomore Guard Gary Rasmussen Freshman Guard Larry Stengel Junior Guard All Conference Don Hather Senior Tackle All Conference Floyd Holm Junior Tackle Gary Junker Senior Tackle Randy Rasmussen Freshman Tackle All Conference Jim Ekerberg Senior Tackle Howard Hanson Senior Tackle All Conference Vaughn Plock Sophomore Tackle Hollinger 113 and Renner 123 battle to keep from allowing a Hays end to complete the pass. They won. BHAIIRIIN NEXT VICTIM AS ANTELIIPES WIN 38-0 A teacher's convention crowd of over 3,000 watched the Antelopes clip the Eagles 38-0 on Foster Field. The Northwesterners were woefully weak as they only had 26 on their traveling squad and the Kearney coaches let more than 60 players see action against the weak team. Even with the second, third, and fourth teams seeing lots of action, the Kearney team ran and passed for 400 yards while limiting the inept Eagles to 152. Backes and Johnson each scored two TD's, one of Backes' coming on a 40 yard run. HIIRIIN CIIILEGE THRIIWS SHARE Huron College, not awed by the Kearney team's high ranking in national statistics held the vaunted Antelopes to a 18-13 half time tie. Taunted by the Scalpers' remarks at the dressing room, the Zikmund-coached team came back to outclass the South Dakotans 29 to 13. High point of the game for Kearney was a 62 yard run for a score by John Johnson late in the fourth quarter. All told, five Antelopes scored in the contest. They stressed their ground game so that Northern scouts would have little to base a defense on for the final game of the season. Again, the defense led by Koteles and Norblade stopped the Huron backs, espe- cially in the final half. It was the final home game for 12 seniors. Jim Richardson Larry McCord Emmit Bosshamer Charles Hircoek Gary Dubbs Sophomore End Junior End Sophomore End Senior End Sophomore End All Conference All Conference ln the middle of the best line in the Midwest is ALL AMERICAN quarterback Dick Bu- tolph as he scores against the Doane Tigers. A Doane defender attempts to pull him back but the attempt was futile. ANTELUPES WHIP NIIRTHERN 40-28 T0 END VIIIIIIRIIIUS SEASUN AND BE THIRD IN NATIIIN Now rated fourth in the nation in NAIA ranking of more than 460 colleges, the Antelopes traveled to Aberdeen, South Dakota, to meet one of last year's NAIA playoff finalists, Northern State. Even though the home team is usually given an advantage, the Northern Wolves came close only in the opening minutes of the game. The Antelopes struck fast and furious on the ground never al- l0Wif1g' the home team to Set their defenses. Although the An- t0l0PCS Were ranked high ill passing in the nation, they confused the Northerners by running to more than 400 yards against them. Using the pass only when needed, Kearney took an early 14-0 lead and were never headed. Kearney speed was evident too as Backes, Johnson, and Curtis each got off long run against the heavier hosts, Most baffling to the Wolves was Kearney's "monster" defense which completely shredded the offensive marks set by the Dakotans in nine games earlier in the year. Following the win, Kearney waited three weeks to see wheth- er they would be invited to play in the NAIA Playoff. The long layoff was worth it though, when Kearney was host to Prairie View on Dec. 7 in Kearney's first national bowl bid. Off and running is John Johnson against Hastings as Don Rather 4711 and Dick Butolph 1111 help out. RESERVE TEAM HAS PERFECT 4-0 SEASON AGAINST HAYS, CONCORDIA sm s e 1 1 ,F 4, l s , 3 j , 'T' "" ,,,, "X "W """' ' "' "',llIn,LvvL lllllllll ll .l ,L.Ll7l.!lI.l ' 2 s ' 1, "" 'K wzraacvaxf ':n:z:a:x::w..- ' . .. S ' gp , L 7 it J' H K, 'half IGH, A f:if"l'."""""'- u""""':"i"' 1' P' Q ---- I 5 '-f S f r1 'i'. -Q S La HM? e f, ', 3. J, ' in fff- d ey- '9 is -- -- J- 4 Yu 'f wr. s 2 .i -Q lg f ff Y' T5 - 3-X. . 'rr A-.Lt H af. . D , T - B A A . Y 'F ' ' ' 2. I " ' - Q 'Ir , -, fs, l.,,Mu N xvbwk 9 1 v 1 fain, has ' Q ,, 5 3 ,gal L J I 3 1 fl i B TEAM - Front Row: Larry Love, Richard Brehm, Fred Kobza, Lynn Ritz, Jim LaMay, Gary Rasmussen, Duane Kuhnel, Byron Blobaum, Rich Grabowski, Jim Little. Warren McConnell, Willis Kilgore, Wayne Smith, Neil Kaup, Doug Staehr, Jim Schmaderer, mann, Wayne Gappa, Leonard Williams, Willis Hardy. Third Rowl Dan Hocsly, Bill Shonka, Jones, Larry Second Row: Mike Insel- Larry Smith, Blaine Friesen, Jim Best, Marshall Vinning, DeWayne Harkins, Phil Harsh, Lynn Fanning, Bob Stuver, Tom Aspegron. Fourth Row: Morris Hester, Vic Thayer, Ron Dick, Don McConnell, Bill Maggiacome, Dale Rasmussen, Al Brecht, Jack Sunderland, Dennis Walker, Dave Snyder, Ken Carmann, Galyn Lind. Back Row: Coach Joe Willis, Coach Bob Hauver, Coach Ron Bachman. c K Coach Bob Hauver and assistants guided the freshmen and reserves to a perfect four game mark this fall as the only two colleges to play the junior Antelopes were Concordia and Fort Hays. The first game saw the Kearney crew romp past the Concordia Bullpups 38 to 0. Six players - Dave Snyder, Wayne Gappa, Bill Shonka, Bob Stuver, Jim Richardson, Willis Kilgore - scored in the rout. Competition was rougher the next game as the junior varsity from Fort Hays came to town. The Antelopes eked out a 13-7 win over the Tiger Cubs as Neil Kaup quarterbacked a yard into the end zone and Bob Stuver scam- pered through the Hays defense for 19 yards for the two Kearney tallies. Bill Backes C45 is on his way to TD land against the Chadron Eagles in the Teachers Convention game. Jim Little accounted for the extra points in both the games. Kearney traveled the final games going to Fort Hays where they had an easier time than at home. Even tho' the Tigers "spiked up" Kearney took a 20-O hard-earned victory. Scoring were Bill Shonka Ctwicel and Dan Hoesly. At Concordia, the final was 33 to 14 as the B team continued to impress both coaches and foes alike. Biggest score was an 85 yard gal- lop by Bill Shonka. Other TD's were ac- counted for by Jim Schmaderer, Dave Sny- der, and Neil Kaup. Many of the reserves will be ready for spots on the varsity this coming year and should be a great aid to Coach Al Zikmund and staff. Larry McCord is goalward bound after catch- ing' a Dick Butolph pass against Huron. 4 il . .7 ,W 431 ., .W K N-...f WW no0"""n HW . , N--nd Q 5 nn 70 .-LQ Eagerly watching the board for team assignments are lettermen Frank Sokol, Mark Cordes, Don Mor- gan, Bob Whitehouse, Augie Nelson, Larry Fredrick, Ernie Nickens, Larry Martin, and Ron Hofmann 1953-64 CAGERS IMPRUVE UVER LAST YEAR: Nine lettermen reported to basketball men- tor Les Livingston as basketball drills started in October. lt was late November before Liv- ingston, who also is chief football scout, could direct the practice during football practice. The men worked hard and the coaches had to cut a turnout of 85 down to the 24 on the traveling squads on varsity and B team. There was only one way to go - up from the 1962-63 record of only 3 wins. With only one senior on the squad, the men would have to play a lot of ball with inexperienced play- ers. Two transfers helped the vets as Bill Holli- day, McCook, and Jim Walter, Scottsbluff transfers, rounded into Kearney type of play as the season progressed. END SEASUN WITH B-I3 MARK The team played an exciting type of game as they continually amazed their opponents who usually had a 4 inch height advantage over the Antelopes. Only in two games in conference were the Kearneyites defeated by more than 10 points. Team totals found the Antelopes trailing their opponents in total points, 1608 to 15663 rebounds, 871 to 845, and field goals made, 635 to 604. They led the opposition in free throws, 357 to 3383 and fouls, 395 to 432. High point man was Larry Martin who scored 342 points for a 18.0 average. He hit 30 points against Yankton. Bob Whitehouse made 9 free throws to lead in that department. Basketball Coach Les Livingston sets up a typical play for the hope- fuls in November as they started to practice long before the football season was finished. Practice was held daily in spacious Cushing Coli- seum with the first home game the second week in December. Jim Walter drives past a Dana de- fender for a lay in basket against the Vikings in a mid-January game. ANTEIUPES UPEN SEASUN IN LIISING FASHIUN IN SIIUTH IJAKUTA First game jitters and extremely poor rebounding effort led to downfall number one as the Antelopes bowed to the Huron College Scalpers 83 to 72 in Huron. For the Kearney team Larry Lichti had 13, Mark Cordes 12, and Don Morgan 10. Kearney was in the game until the final minutes and even with the poor rebounding, they hit a 41 per cent of their field goal attempts. Yanliton College, Tri-State champions, gave the traveling Antelopes a 97 to 80 rebounding lesson. Again as against Huron, the hosts controlled both boards. Early in the game, Kearney led by as far as 8 points, but trailed the Jackrabbits by 13 at half time. Again the team hit at a 41W clip as Larry Martin led all scorers with 30 points. A game with Southern State Teachers was post- poned so that the cagers could return home in time to see the NAIA play-off game between Kearney and Prairie View. FIIUR STRAIGHT LUSSES IIPEN SEIISIIN Fort Hays Tigers could do no wrong against the tired Antelopes as they raced to a 106 to 73 win. The Kansans had placed fourth in the NAIA tourney in Kansas City last March and were out to prove they should go again. The height and home court advantages of the Tigers was too much for the shorter Kearneyites. At half-time the hosts led 56 to 41 and won with ease. Leading scorers for Kearney were Walter, Cordes, and Martin, all with 14. Returning to the friendly confines of Cushing Coli- seum after 3 road games, the Antelopes lost the first and then won three straight. Concordia Teachers College eked past the Kearney five 81 to 75 after the score was tied 73-73 with lk minutes to go. The Antelopes outscored the visitors by two baskets but could not hit their free throws giving the verdict to the Bulldogs who had beaten the Antelopes 75 to 45 a year earlier. Battling for a rebound - when the op- ponent is several feet away are Don Morgan 1307 and Jim Walter against the Evangel College squad. Waiting in the foreground is Bob Wfhitehouse. 72 Driving in for a basket is back- court ace Mark Cordes as he re- turns to action against Dana after being out from a twisted ankle. Basketball la er ame back from HUME STAND SEES FUUR CUNSEIIUTIVE WINS Four non-conference games saw the Antelopes even their season record at 4-4. Bob Whitehouse with 17 points led the team to a 78 to 67 win over Northern State Teachers. Defense was the key word as Northern only hit 9 buckets in the final 20 minutes of play. At half time, Northern led 43-31. Evangel College of Missouri felt the wrath of the Kear- ney five as they were dumped 101 to 82 as the teams took 166 shots in 40 minutes of play. Mar- tin had 23 and White- house 20 points for the winners. Southern State Teach- ers traded home courts as they came to Kearney after playing Hastings. Tired from playing three games in three nights, they were no match for the high fly- ing Kearney crew. Kearney won going away 86 to 67 with Mar- tin high man with 20 points. p y s c Christmas vacation early to get ready for the Baker University game on Jan. 2. The Kansans were dumped 98 to 84 as the Antelopes hit 5175 of their shots for the game. Bill Holliday was leading scorer for both teams with 22 points. Doane College won the first NCC game 82 to 79 as a late Kearney rally was blunted by free throws. Actually Kearney lost the game on free throws as they could hit but 21 of 40 charity tosses. Game was tied at 73-73 before Doane pulled ahead to stay. Kearney lost their sec- ond conference tilt, 86 to 82 at Peru even though frosh find Frank Empkey of Peru hit 32 points. Don Morgan led the Kearney five with 18 markers. The first half was the downfall as Kearney trailed by 9 at intermission. , f3 WWP9L Jim Tice, freshman pros- pect, goes high for the sure two points against the Vik- ings. Action in the Peru upset at home finds Bob White- house fl0J driving around both Peru defenders Bill Witty 4457 and Frank Emp- key. If I 'Q' Don Morgan scores over the out- stretched fingers of Bennie "The Gun" Crawford of Hastings in the annual battle in Cushing Coliseum. Bill Holiday reboimds for an easy two-pointer against Peru as Don Morgan waits his turn. ANTELUPE HUME HEX HULIJS AGAINST PERU BUBBATS ln the final game of the first semester, Kearney eked past the Dana College Vikings 80 to 79 at Blair. In a game filled with errors and poor, playing, Kearney won in the final minutes of play on free throws as the hosts at- tempted to make up the deficit and score victory number 2. Holliday led Kearney with 23 points. Peru was blasted from NCC title thoughts by a 93 to 72 romp by the Antelopes. An effective zone defense and a 43'k shooting performance by the hosts thrilled a Kearney crowd who never gave up on the hard playing Antelopes. Martin hit 25 points while Bob Whitehouse held Empkey to just 9. Hastings, NAIA tourney team, had to go an overtime to win over the cellar dwelling Antelopes. Kearney led through- out most of the contest with the game ending in a 72-72 tie. ln the overtime, Hastings pulled ahead 83 to 76 to win but they knew they had nearly stumbled before the ambitious Ante- lopes. Jim Walter led both teams with 29 points even outscor- ing the fabulous Bennie Crawford and Eddie Lorentzen. More than 4,000 spectators watched the contest. Fi Larry Lichti uses an effective screen by Don Morgan to get off a shot against the Doane College Tigers. FUUR FINAL GAMES END LUSING SEASUN FUR UNE SENIUR The final games were all on the road as the Antelopes took advan- tage of good February weather to travel. Wayne took the measure of the Kearneyites 90 to 84 as they used free throws to pull ahead after trailing until the final four minutes. The taller Wayne crew controlled the boards and the shorter Ante- lopes simply ran out of steam. Chadron Eagles used the return of Felix Sanford to win both games against Kearney. "The Cat" had missed both games at Peru because of his father's death. The Eagles won 89 to 73 on Friday and squeezed past the tired Kear- ney crew 82 to 77 on Saturday evening. Martin led the Antelopes with 20 the first night while Holliday and Walter each had 15 for the final con- test. Kearney led the first three quarters in the first tilt before falling apart. The second game was an about-face as the Chadron team led by 20 at half time only to see the Antelopes pull within two. Bennie Crawford of Hastings set a conference mark with 54 points as the Broncos raced past the Antelopes in the season's finale 108 to 92. Hastings was as hot as the night was cold as they shot an almost un- believable 52'Z7 of their shots. The Antelopes kept up with the hosts during the first half trailing only 52 to 50 at rest time. Walter hit Z6 and Martin 25' for the Kearney team. PICTURES : Top Right: Jim Walter puts up a floater against the Evangel team as a defender goes high to stop the shot. Middle Right: Coming down after making a basket against Peru is Larry Martin C143 . Lower Right: Four hands has one player???? On this side is Larry Martin. The other pair of hands, belongs to a Peru player. Left: Driving in for a two-pointer is big Bill Holliday, Kearney's tallest player at 6 feet 4 inches. V4 4 r RESERVE TEAM ENDS SEASUN WITH 6-3 RECURD Coach Bill Giles of the reserve squad spent the first part of the season working with the football team. Graduate assistant Ron Bach- man worked with the freshmen during that part of the winter. The reserves were aided by the last 3 or 4 men from the varsity squad in some games, but for the most part the team was led by Augie Nelson, .lim Tice, Gary Sparks, Jim Robinson, Frank Sokol, Larry Frederick, Paul Pocock, Charles Mason, and LeRoy Bell. Uthers seeing action during the season in- cluded Jerry Sutherland, Leonard Williams, Jack Wolfe, Fred Kobza, Doug Staehr, Rich Thurlin, and Ernie Nickens. An effective fast break was the team's best weapon against the opposition, most of whom were much taller than they were. Experience gained in the reserve games is invaluable for further varsity play as the players get the chance to play on the spacious Cushing Coliseum maples and work in game conditions with college type officiating - which is much different than they are used to in high school. 1963-1964 B TEAM RESULTS KSC 56 Concordia 48 KSC 90 North Platte AAU 77 KSC 104 Fort Hays 79 KSC 77 Fort Hays 83 KSC 88 Hastings 62 KSC 82 York 64 KSC 55 Hastings 73 KSC 91 York 104 KSC 102 North Platte AAU 75 Reserves battle it out in the Dana tilt. Jim Tice C127 , Augie Nelson C253 Gary Sparks, McCook transfer hits Augie Nelson, who alternated be- and Frank Sokol C313 are for two against the North Platte tween varsity and reserves, scores in the middle of the ac- Mobil AAU. against Bill Hord of AAU. tion. 'fa J' .... 3 P92 Q--wi tl 1, .,, ,. Just a few yards remain as this trio fights for medals in the Midwest AAU meet at the Country Club. In the race for the high finish are Dan Moore, Carroll Kinna- man, and Gary Mireau. They're OFF. Five colleges entered the NCC race held at Kearney this year. 80 men started the four mile grind and 28 finished this year. 150' T is F .5 .va .JA m, .1 , In the Midwest AAU, all to be seen are Kearney shirts. The blue team won over the white team as no other college challenged the Kearney victory skein. At the end of the mile are ifrom the frontb Clarence Wiedel, Ken Purdy, Dan Moore, Carroll Kimlaman, Gary Mireau, and farther back Rich van der Wal. ,pu , 2-rg-",5Lr.,T xl? 3 aa xy ey. . ' K3 V I A Hi if -1' ' in gy., . W, r .- ,qs me -,' ff ,Y 4- A st. gg, .fiat 3, 31 f z-,r , ,'3im'3fF'-Elf 1 . 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The Kearney team slipped a notch to sixth this year, but considering there are nearly 150 runners in the event, this is still mighty good. Old nemesis Fort Hays won the national title this year after taking two dual victories from the Antelopes. Other losses were to the Denver University team and to Air Force Academy. Emporia, also a national leader squeezed past the Kearney crew. Seniors finishing competition this year were Ron Wise, Don Peterson, Gil Carranza, Phil Stineman, Rich van der Wal, and Clarence Wie- del. sm, ,W . 'itil w,. 177 Kearney a good chance to repeat in that event. Ed K1-uml, Charlie Hircock, and Ralph C h e c k have I im been joined by sev- ff eral freshmen to F Q Three top returning 4 shot putters give make sure of points in the shot put. 1963 ANTELUPES WIN Illth CUNSEBUTIVE NCC BRUWN Coach Foster's "Awesome Antelopes" who "Run with the Champions" last May won their tenth straight Nebraska Col- lege Conference title as they scored 135 points to 79 for runner- up Doane. Other scores included Wayne 32, Hastings 29, Peru 4, and Chadron 2. The Kearneyites took ten of 17 firsts in the meet held on Foster Field. Prospects this spring look like another repeat as the team is strong in all areas and stronger than last in three or four. Ale Track Coach Charlie Foster aids the hurdle setting crew before a hurdle race in an indoor meet. It's a dead heat between Doug Martin and Ed Buelt of Wayne in the 440. Actually the judges gave the nod to Buelt in the Midwest AAU Meet. 1964 OUTDOOR SCHEDULE March 28 Northern South Dakota here April 11 Kearney Relays April 14 Fort Hays, there April 18 Wyoming University, here April 24 Drake Relays May 2 Howard Wood Relays Showing earl season form ln May 22-23 NCC at Hastings th b d , 5' ' ml June 5-6 NAIA, Sioux Falls 6 ma Jump was Jerry S C kert one of last year's leaders. Frosh find Jim Schaefer led all broad jumpers by setting a Coli- 78 seum mark of 22' 2M,". In action - Larry Sallinger, hurdle king. In the record breaking' time of 07.2. The other shot shows last hurdle enroute to the record breaking time. Action in the high hurdles in the Midwest AAU finds Bob Smith of Kearney just barely edging out Gene Head of Yankton. Time was 09.8. left photo, his perfect he hits the tape in the form as he goes over the Pole - Vault competition was tough this year as Dick Lammers, NCC champ had to contend with Jack Eh- lers, high school champ. Here Lam- mers easily clears 13', 3" in an in- door meet. O Ed Kruml, in action against Fort Hays was one of the leaders in shot put ac- tion as the Antelopes had five men ca- pable of throwing better than 45 feet. Don Peterson, senior, set the pace in the mile run in the indoor season this spring. Last year he was one of the leaders in the outdoor season, too. His fastest time this spring was 4:21.5 against Fort Hays in a dual. One of the more promising high jumpers returned to school this year. Allan Baxter showed much of his freshman form as he goes 6' 1" against Fort Hays. 'Q' EWS -W GN- -3 Q' as I ANTELUPES WIN THREE IN INDUUR SEASUN Led by hurdlers and pole-vaulters, the Kearney State indoor track squad won three of three indoor meets this spring. They rolled past Fort Hays 78M to EBM, won the Midwest AAU with 257 points to their closest rival's 51, and eked out a 83, 76VZ, and 47M win over Fort Hays and the University of South Dakota. Larry Sallinger, John Curtis, Bob Smith, Terry Gilli- land, and Bill Backes were all ace hurdlers and con- tributed many points. ln the pole-vault, Dick Lammers, Jack Ehlers, Jim Hardekopf, and Fred Williams all placed in the three meets. Weakest point seemed to be the middle distances but outdoor practice and more competition should help in those areas. sig-if Ma.. Midway through the '75 yard dash, the field is close. At the finish, it was close, too, as the time was 07.8 for a meet record. Pictured as they stride toward the final tape are Al Satterly of Kearney, Kliment of South Dakota, Wayne Smith of Kearney, Morel of Fort Hays, and Neuharth of South Dakota. Kindsvater was the winner. Never before have the Antelopes had such strength in the hurdles. Five men - all state leaders in high school action have been fighting for positions on the starting line-up this spring. Included are Bob Smith, Fairbury, High School Gold Medal winner in 19633 Larry Sallinger, Grand Island, Gold Medal winner in 1961 and J. C. champ in 19635 John Curtis, Brady, Bill Backes, Columbus St. Bon, and Terry Gilliland, Sidney. Sallinger now holds all college hurdle marks setting each one the first time he ran the event. Front Row: Bob Stuver, Gordon Lindvall, Barbara Reed, Sandra Johnson, Phyllis Unger, Bobbie Hopp, Warren Miller, Royal Vanllorn. Middle Row: Dave Sherrerd, Marilyn Ewers, Greer Quillen, Carol Kimm. mon, Cheryl Schnaker, Sally Shorer, Joan Heckel, Ernie Thayer. Back Row: Dr. Gene Beck, Tom Be. shore, Mardell Joy, Peggy Davis, Marilyn Oberg, Randy Pahl, Thane Croston, Bob Neefe, Miss Joan Bailey, John Carr. SWIMMING TEAMS WIN SMALL IIULLEGE TITLES Off the starting block in the 50 yard free style is Bob Stuver, fleftl. He went on to score fifth in the Nebraska Small College Meet. In the women's competition in the 100 yard individual medley race, Barbara Reed and Peggy Davis begin the long' grind. BOTTOM PICTURE: Jim Melsmer, Kearney's outstanding star in the middle distances finishes the 200 yard relay for the Kear- ney team as he takes to the water. Both men's and women's teams had their bad meets, but all told, the season was one to remember with pride. The men's squad eked past Omaha and Concordia 77 to 76 for the Nebraska championship while the women had an easier time drubbing Concordia 122 to 19. The women lost to the Omaha AAU team and were edged out in the Mid West AAU but won from Concordia and Sioux City. Members on the male team were dumped by Nebraskan University frosh, Concordia, Colorado State and Emporia state. With no seniors on the squad this year, and progress evident in each successive meet, prospects for next winter look very promising. Joan Heckel was the outstanding diver for the women while Barbara Reed, Peggy Davis and Bobbie I-lopp won their share of the distance events for the Antelopes. 1968 NEBRASKA COLLEGE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS - Coach Les Livingston, Larry Joe MBI'- shall, John Richman, Ron Hofmann, Demiis Renter, Bob Lapp. ANTELUPES CUP 1963 TENNIS TRUPHY Led by Singles Champion Larry Marshall and doubles champions Ron Hofmann and John Richman, Coach Les Livingston's tennis team ran away with the NCC title last spring scoring 14 points to the favorite Hastings College's 7. Peru had 4, Doane 0, and Wayne did not compete. Bob Lapp took third in singles play and Jerry Dunlap was fifth. With all but Dunlap returning, the Antelopes should re- peat again this spring. The team competed against Fort Hays, Has- tings, Doane, Wesleyan, and Emporia State. Larry Joe Marshall Singles CHAMPION wwf... A 0 , wa' gg E, 4 ,ia Qi- my iks.-4u.., ,, ' ES? Bob Lapp John Richman Ron Hofmann Dennis Renter Jerry Dunlap 18 3 I i ,555 r e .mm fift r eiiyi tm' ' Coach Livingston holds the N.C.C. conference trophy which was won at the state meet at Wayne. Included in the picture are Tom Wisdom, North Platteg Fred George, Cozadg Bob Simon, North Platte: Jerry Culp, Alliance. GULF TEAM N.C.C. CHAMPS IN 1963 With four of the five lettermen returning to the team the K.S.C. golfers should be able to win the N.C.C. championship just as they did last year. The Kearney team not only took the N.C.C. trophy with the largest margin between first and second place in the last fifteen years but also finished with an undefeated season. Lorin Downing Tom Wisdom Jerry Culp Fred George l w 3 mmwHmmM Antelope baseball mentor - Bill Giles, former Big Eight All Star, is in his third season as head coach for the baseball team, de- ! e nd i n g NCC conference champions. G e t t i n g in some pre-season swinging practice is ace pitcher Kirk Arterburn as he awaits the at if i-"li 1, Y' 'E' as 5 by Q fi 4 ig 'K ga. Y. 3 Q L : ., 1 ' M , I 4 M, K , - ., 7 -- Q' V :. Y . HX V 2 3,7 T. , I ,gg , ' - 1- , 'sv Q, L, A ,M I A ,fq-gg ,gm A W .fi 5 'Q W 'L 6 A f vi , 1 A get - A wif, P VV jj, , , V11 is 1 ? . gl ' Q t.. ,. V . 1' it s. s 1 4419253 A . MN V Q. 1 -Z , H f f 'D' 1. ., I. x nw 7 ki, A H fe w ' ' , l oft Q Ti -.ff 21 1, - , we swf 'me5'M2 1, , f ,K a s m e me V1 - 7' :ye 5- f 0-1 - V- Q-: fm. , :.,, fw :w13, f1 :Me1gs1 ,a 5: ,.y, -f .Hf: ':"':-m. I ii m s. Ql4lg: Y , 5 .5 L, f, 'Q' 'L ,.5i2ggQf' ,jg My .JW '- K gif s ' - 'ex 'fgsxw M 1' 'tv , -wk :if 1, -ff 'a2g,yl , V Wes, '11 f- ,, . ' ' fifg' . W V k.,A , . ,,.., W, ,,W, .,,..,. ,. f If ,M , , ,W Waiting for a mile-high fly to come down is an Antelope in- fielder. 1964 season. Season opened for the team in March as they toured Kansas during Easter va- cation. BASEBALL Red Bosshamer, number one relief ace helps pitch an Antelope starter out of a hole in a game against Concordia last spring. J N Leading hitter for the Antelopes in the i 1963 season was Roland Anderson as he compiled a .414 average and was placed on the NAIA Honorable Mention list. 185 2 I Coach Bill Giles waves the runner on to sec- ond as the ball gets away from the second baseman. 3F,,Lg31fi,w A as , T. 1,-.sf ,X V. I K K' ff Q , Egg. gyfguxw . . M-, , f -.mmf M. fy 2 5 i 9: . Ei -0' It .f creams? gg My f,-f 111,11-my ., g fa, mag., K"' me ' ie, , ga.-1 ,lf I 'I I? . Wi' ' ' ,Q rsz'zfi'Qzaw4r'ffft+i?wNWf' . 'wma-sm ps A,,, , . ,gi ,V Zh, ,,.,. ,,,.,,,: X wwf.. vb .- I I, 'I Vg : ' . ' ' ' ,' Q 7 . ,fri . IH ,wif so N, . X f ' .Q ii ,fi nw' fwaf ' 'lax f , K kg, V ,W M U -.f1.,,. .M -. Y-., 4 ' , f- -f g .L Gary Duranski swings from the heels as he connects for a triple against Concordia. ANTEIIIPES TIE EIIR LEAGUE IIRIIWN IN 19633 PRUSPEBTS BRIGHT EUR 1961 Emmit Bosshamer David Snyder Sophomore Pitcher Junior Pitcher The Kearney nine had their best year yet in 1963 as they won 10 and lost 6 with an NCC mark of 5 and 3. They played Washburn, and Bethany on a trip through Kansas during Easter vacation ending with a 3 and 1 record against the Jay- hawk teams. In conference play they beat Chadron twice and split with Wayne, Peru, and Hastings. Roland Anderson, Palmer, was batting leader M - K with a .414 average. He was listed as HON- ORABLE MENTION ALL AMERICAN for I , g 9 small colleges in NAIA and NCAA. Q i : 3 l "2' it , Kirk Arterburn won six games to lead in Iisi ,II . i 5 " ' the pitching department and Maury May and .,.f , Gary Stickney each stole five bases. ra i f f . Weakest part last spring was hitting as the K team averaged a .246 at the plate. SX A couple of hits at the right time would have won the NCC crown outright for the E L team. ai. ,o, I X X KS fl is QC ... I. ... N I e Q I if fr' It ,1-",. --IE 4 E' 'ii . 2 .g f If f H I as ml m 611 A. 4 ,aa Roland AnderSOIl Kirk Arterburn Larry Callen Gary Duranski Senior Shorftstop Senior Pitcher Senior First Baseman Junior Outiielder W ' A 15' The peg from the pitcher to Larry Callen is a bit too late to throw out a Concordia runner. The 1964 Season opened on March 26 as the team toured Kansas playing at Wichita that day and at Washburn on the 27th and 28th. Concordia was here on the 31st. All April was on the road as the Antelopes played at Chadron, Wesleyan, Peru and Creighton. Roy Wagner Gary Robertson Sophomore Outfielder Sophomore Third Baseman The out is made and Larry Callen whips the ball back to the catcher as the Concordia runner pulls up late. The final two contests were with Hastings and Wayne at home. Prospects looked outstanding as coach Bill Giles opened practice in January for the early opener. With lettermen returning and lots of new men reporting, the team should be pen- nant contenders for sure. Pat Ave y Maury May Junior Outfielder , kV" i i'tiii 'nrrh"h 2 ii' rriesy Q :.1: .7 iiii Xa L V S. "', "'i is n .p .. Tom McMahon Jllck Nosal Junior Outfielder Junior Caiwher X ir ik fl fi if so at . ' xii, as 3 Q MH 2 W Q if Gary Stickney Larry Johnson Senior Outfielder Senior Infielder Junior Outfielder 1963-1964 WRESTLING SQUAD - Front row: Steve Butcher, Harvey Fisher, Gary Kuebler, Dean Miller, Larry Stengel, Bob Schlaman. Second row: Ass't. Coach Joe Willis, manager Willis Kilgore, Gale Lassen, Jerry Frahm, Jerry Williams, Tim l-Iunsberger, Coach R. D. Hauver. Third row: Nelson Newman, Mike Inselman, Dan Hather, Jim Jones, manager Eddie Hollinger. Who's on top? Jerry Williams and Dale Thomas of Hastings work for points as Hastings coach, Jolm Emery, looks on. Thomas decisioned Williams 3-2 in the match. Roger Fett of Wayne lifts Dean Miller even though Miller weighs 167. Fett won 5 to 0. Wayne's Gary Palmer, Coach Dr. B. R. Merriman, and graduate student watch with dismay as the referee awards the heavyweight win to Kearney's Don Ha- ther. SEASON RESULTS KSC 24 Hastings 18 KSC 17 Concordia 18 KSC 5 Fort Hays 29 KSC 10 Midland 24 KSC 5 Dana 29 KSC 2 Colorado University 36 KSC 6 Fort Hays 24 KSC 14 Concordia 12 KSC 16 Chadron 14 KSC 29 South Dakota Mines 2 KSC 13 Chadron 19 KSC 5 Wayne 26 NCC: Wayne 97, Kearney 63, Chadron 53, Hastings 19 Tim Hunsberger works for points in the 115 pound classes against Elvin Snyder of Hastings. He pinned the Bronco in 8:55 of the NCC meet at Keamey. DUN HATHER GIIES T0 NATIUNAL NAIA SEMIFINALS T0 ENII CAREER Don Hather, Kearney senior, led the Kearney State grapplers this year as he ended his collegiate career with a 30-0-1 dual record and fifth place in the NAIA meet in Spearfish, South Dakota. The Antelopes lost the NCC crown to Wayne, but with Hather as the only senior, prospects look bright for next year. Coach Hauver will be working toward his doctorate and Joe Willis will sub for him next winter. Other places in the conference meet included Tim Hunsberger, second in 115g Gary Kuebler, second in 1373 Lee Overholser, second in 1473 Larry Sten- gel, second in 191. More action occurred in the heavy- weight division of the NCC tourney than in all other matches. Wayne's Gary Pal- mer took off to box, punch, and pum- mel KSC's Don Hather. Here the referee and Wayne's coach attempt to separate the two. All men who wrestled in varsity competition won at least one match during the season. Jim Jones gets riding time against Wayne's Gary Kuebler gets Chadron's Joe Baker in a Bob Kruse who ended up as NCC champ in near pin enroute to a 7-3 decision in the NCC. 191 Class. Governing the actions of the intramural teams and making decisions on team activities are the jobs of the Men's Intramural Council. Pictured here are front row: Leland Copeland, sponsor: Jerry Culp, Caledoniang Morey Hester, Randall Hallg Elmer Wall. Randall Hall: and Clark Norblade, Phi Tau Gamma. Back row: Don Broughton, Men's Hallg Bob Hilton, Omega Delta Pig Jerry Purintun, Stout Hallg Glen Tiessen, president from Stout Hallg and Rod Kissinger. Sigma Tau Gamma. INTRAMURAL CUUNCILS CIIURIIINATE SPCRTS ACTIVITIES Discussing upcoming sports activ- ities with the Women's Intramural Council's sponsor, Miss Jean Billing, is the group's president, J an Schroeder. Council members that organize the women's intramural activities are front row: Marilee Helms, Gamma Phi Betag Myrtle Salisbury, Conrad Hall: Judi Kernan, Delta Zetag and Carolyn Wagner, Conrad Hall. Back row: Carol Beck, Alpha Xi Deltag Lana Urbauer, Case Hallg Mardell Joy, Ludden Hallg and Linda Feaster, Alpha Phi. T I 'N ,- V VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Marlene Ashley, Linda Hood, Cheryl Schnaker, Mardell Joy, Barbara. Mose- ley, Jane Wall, Darlene Ashley. WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS EXPAND IIUMPETITIUN PING-PONG Cl-IADIPS: Linda. Feaster, Singles: Barbara Reed, Phyllis Unger, doubles. Directed by Miss Jean Billing and Miss Joan Bailey, the women's intra- mural program was greatly expanded this year. More events were sched- uled and more women participated. A woman's Intramural Council was formed and this group was the leader in the campus-wide activity. With full facilities in the women's physical education building and many classes being held in Cushing Coliseum, the outlook for the pro- gram is very promising. A day in spring was set aside for high school seniors who might be interested to major in this area when they attend Kearney State this fall. The full time program ,was started in September and with the exceptions of vacation periods was in progress throughout the entire school year. THIS YEAR After the battle, who gets the spoils? BOWLING LEAGUE WINNERS: Marty Heinrichs, Linda Feaster, Pat Hiatt, Ruth Ann Svatos. 's Q I Q fi N, -a r zi 25 5 of 2 ' 4 NINTH IN THE NATION - KSC 1963 Bowling Team placed ninth in the NAIA tourney in Kansas City last May. Members were Mike Sladky, Dick Anderson, Byron Blobaum, Larry Holmes, Roger Meyer, and Jon Hedrick. The 1963-64 winner in Intramural play was the Phi Tau Joker team composed of By Blobaum, Jon Hedrick, Mike Jacobsen, and Rod Plum. INTRAMURAL LEAGUE EARGEST IN MID WEST Over 735 players competed in the intramural league during the 1963 school year. All told, 69 teams were represented in play in football, cross- country, basketball, horseshoes, swim- ming, wrestling, volleyball, tennis, track, softball, and bowling. This year, director Leland Copeland started a freshman competition to give the new students another outlet for their energies. They compete against upperclassmen as well as other frosh. Not only do the men play, but they also serve as officials and referees giv, Jerry Dunlap, Intramural Council president in 1963, pre- sents the first place trophy to Bob McCoy, Phi Tau intra- mural head for tying for first place in the league with the Tri Phi Whites, represented by Dunlap. ing them experience in that area as well. INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL WINNERS - TRI PHI VVHITES. Front row: Ron Johnson, Al Satterly, Larry Johnson, Ralph Check, Doug Johnson. Back row: Jack Nosal, John Rich- man, Dick Luebbe, Gary Duranski, Sam Dolaton, Denny Renter' Mack Minor' Action in the intramural football league often gets vicious. Members of the Flintstones ilightb chase a Cal ' is it player. , , , 54.5-Y -5 g . ,, ' " '- a rss, I , 11111 V H a -5' 43ifUi3l!'a l 'f 1 IW -. -V 'Q' -rf: -1' we - H', - irwixiijgf A + if w Q. -wwfwiff f P is e- "Q, Q-"f 1 - .N '- .F . - f'-:?Jw':J'f.fwfz- i--I rl f' - ,- 5' 5" - ' H- ff- M ., 7 ' 'A " ' e . M Q., -- 1-lo--V . l-'srgezyfw1's:.31,fff',,-fo-f--w'- g,,,'f,.a-og..?Ziif:f:,-f , , .l-,,,., Y' , ...., , Q l. ,.. ,V . . M W 'Q-on y A 'fi:Qf3Qg- -l',.-z tjf' we T " -W " -fwiffa 'N ffs,.3ILQ. Z.. " "vi " ,FSL . frm.-Q. -Ne . Assam- . . , -11-gf T.-F53 --"f .. ' 'lf - -, ' vo THE WINNING BASKETBALL TEAM - The Alley Cats re- peated for the third year as intramural basketball champs. Members were ffront rowJ: Bill Backes, Jim Armagost, Char- lie I-Iircock, Marshall Adams. Back row: Doug Martin, Gary Dubbs, John Curtis. Action in the championship game in in- tramural action - last of over 300 games - sees Jim Irwin up for a rebound as Gary Dubbs attempts to get the round- ball for the Alley Cats. SECOND PLACE FOOTBALL - Cal Blues. Front row: Dave Jones, Jerry Culp, Fred SECOND PLACE BASKETBALL: Tri Phi George, Drue Gellatly, Kem I-Iarshbarger. Back Whites. Front row: Larry Johnson, Gary Duran- row: Larry Callen, Jim States, Tim Johnson, ski, Jim Irwin, Dick Luebbe, Scott Robinson. 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Fisher Summa Cum Laude Gary Lane Anderson Lanora Rempel Heiser Betty Jean Kort Magma Cum Laude Magma Cum Laude John Lee Dietrich Judith Ann Hansen Cum Laude Cum Laude Lola Mae Hoagstrom Allen Eugene Kelley Honorable Mention Honorable Mention 11, .Q,i Wann- ,-fi f ,M ffgwewew ff-ff- lfiwmammwm ai Magma Cum Laude Douglas James Long Cum Laude Ronald Lee Kort Honorable Mention aria mdk-'mr 3 'M 356 me f Robert J Dunn, Jr Summa Cum Laude Mary Eileen McAfee Magma Cum Laude Carol Louise Moeller Cum Laude Victoria Lee Nemecek Honorable Mention Kay Julene Rodehorst Summa Cum Laude Helen Winter Stauifer Magma Cum Laude Melody Arm Neustrom Cum Laude Carolyn Marie 0'Brien Honorable Mention 111:14-WH I 'ff Q Am N lan A Marvin Dean Swanson Magma Cum Laude Carolyn Ann Wagner Cum Laude Kay Jean Wilson Honorable Mention ROLAND ANDERSON Kappa Mu Epsilon ,ff JERRY BOWDEN K Club ZONA BUNGER Chi Omega K Club Phi Tau Gamma Home Economics Club Student C0llIlCil Pi Omega Pi Kappa Omicron Phi Theta Xi Xi Phi Lutheran Student Assn. MELODY NEUSTROM Canterbury Club Kappa Delta Pi Pi Delta Epsilon Pi Delta Phi Student Education Assn. Xi Phi 198 Xi Phi TWENTY-UNE KSC SENIURS MAKE WHO'S WHO Since 1934 outstanding students in American colleges and univer- sities have been selected to become members of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." This year 21 KSC seniors will have their names and honors included in the organiza- tion's publication. Chosen by the members of the Student Council minus all senior council members plus the division heads and the three deans, mem- bers who are selected must be a senior or a junior who will be leav- ing the college for schooling elsewhere, have a 2.75 overall average, and be known for their activities or service to the college. Although 21 were selected' for membership this year, KSC may choose up to 31 each year. "Who's Who" is designed to render service: CU As a. goal to in- spire greater effort in those who may not otherwise perform to the best of their ability. C21 As a reminder that time must be used intelli- gently to bring the best results from one's college experience. CSD As a means of compensation for outstanding effort and achievement. And C41 as a standard of measurement for students comparable to other recognized scholastic and service organizations. KAY Pl-IELAN Chi Omega MELVA RYMAN Chi Omega PEMM Student Education Assn. Student Council UCCF Wagoneers Women's Athletic Assn. are 'be FRAN DUFFY Alpha Phi Newman Club Pi Delta Epsilon Sigma Tau Delta Student Education Assn GLORIA GRIGSBY Alpha Xi Delta Canterbury Club Home Economics Club Kappa Pi MARY SCHEVE Gamma Delta Kappa Pi Sigma Tau Delta Student Education Assn. Xi Phi ALLYN EAVES Choraleers Lambda Delta Lambda Phi Mu Alpha Student Education Assn. Theta Xi LANORA HEISER Kappa Delta Pi National Council of Teachers of English Sigma Tau Delta Student Education Assn. Xi Phi SANDRA EHLERS Pi Omega Pi Student Council Student Education Assn. Xi Phi RAYMOND HEISER Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Mu Epsilon Lambda Delta Lambda Mu Epsilon Nu EARL FICKENSCHER Gamma Delta JOE FISHER Kappa Delta Pi MENC Kappa Mu Epsilon Lambda Delta Lambda Mu Epsilon Nu Student Education Assn Phi Mu Alpha Pi Omega Pi Sigma Tau Gamma Student Education Assn. Xi Phi PAT LAUER MARY MCAFEE Chi Omega Chi Omega Delta Omicron Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi Sigma Tau Delta MENC Student Council Xi Phi Women's League Xi Phi JANICE SCHROEDER LOREN SHIERS CAROLYN WAGNER SANDRA ZIMMER Alpha Xi Delta Kappa Mu Epsilon Home Economics Chi Omega Blue and Gold Staff Lambda Delta Lambda Kappa Delta Pi D.,-um Major Gamma Delta Kappa Omicron Phi Kappa pi Home Economics Club Student Education Assn. Panhellenic Kappa Omicron Phi Wesley Fellowship Xi Phi 199 Chosen by her sorority sisters as the "Best to Wear Bordeaux," Fran is an all-around student with a sparkling per- sonality. FRAN DUFFY RECEIVES SENIUR SERVICE AWARD Holding presidencies in two organizations and one who is active in many others - this is Fran Duffy, the female recipient of the KSC Senior Service Award. Fran, who was chosen by the administration and faculty organization sponsors, is president of Alpha Phi and Sigma Tau Delta, the honorary English fraternity. ln addition, Fran is a member of Pi Delta Epsilon, the journalism honorary, Xi Phi, the scholarship and leadership honorary fraternity, Student NEA, and Newman Club. ln past years Fran was a member of the Stu- dent Union Activities Council, the lnter-Soror- ity Council, and the Antelope staff. Moreover, Fran was a counselor in Ludden Hall her junior year. It is for this loyal service to Kearney State College that the 1964 Blue and Gold proudly presents the Senior Service Award to Bellevue senior, Fran Duffy' A member of three honoraries, Fran is shown here with some of the other members of Pi Delta Epsilon, the national journalism fratemity. Ranking high scholas- tically as well as being one of the busiest girls on campus, Fran pauses for . a moment with her books. AUCUMPLISHMENTS REWARIJEIJ AS IUE FISHER RECEIVES AWARD A mathematics teacher while only a college junior -- this was the role fulfilled last year by Joe Fisher, the male recipient of the KSC Senior Service Award. This year Joe is working as the assistant in an electronics class laboratory. ln addition to his academic accomplishments, Joe is a member of five honoraries in which he has held or is holding an elected office in each. These honoraries and the offices held are Kappa Mu Epsilon, last year's president, Lambda Delta Lambda, president this year, Kappa Delta Pi, as the current vice-president, Mu Epsilon Nu, as the present Joe Fisher - "Teacher" Joe Fisher of Polk' Student, and Friend. As a lab assistant for an electronics class this year, Joe helps two students with the analysis of an electrical process. As a mathe- matics and physical science double major, Joe has been assisting fel- low students in these flelds for three years. As president of Lambda Delta Lambda, Joe discusses meet- ing plans with his other officers. vice-president, and Xi Phi, as this semester's corresponding secretary. Other activities in which Joe has been active are Student NEA, Men's League, and as a counselor at Men's Hall last year. For these accomplishments and services to Kearney State College, the 1964 Blue and Cold proudly presents the Senior Service Award to Being vice-president of both education honoraries, Joe is shown here with some of the other mem - bers of Kappa Delta Pi. ' ql 4 4aJ Nevf , it fx fm .lv SENIURS Marshall Adams, Peru Major: Business Administration M.inor: Business Education Bonnie Alberding, Clay Ce Major: Elementary Educat Minor: Library Science and Sandy Albertson, Wood River Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Kenneth Aldridge, Grand Major: Business Education Minor: Mathematics Beverly Allison, Scotia Major: Home Economics Minor: Biology Gary Anderson, Grady Major: Biology Minor: Business Jeanette Anderson, Axtell Major: Home Economics Minor: English Linda Anderson, Albion Major: Elementary Educat Minor: English Roland Anderson, Palmer Major: Physical Education Minor: Mathematics Klrk Arterburn, Ogallala Major: Business Education Minor: Geography Linda Avery, Cambridge Major: Mathematics Minor: English Carroll LeRoy Barnes, Sc Major: Business Education Minor: Physical Education William Beck, Litchfield Major: Physical Science Minor: Biology Gary Bennett, Fairbury Major: Biology Minor: Mathematics Rodney Berryman, Cozad Major: Mathematics Minor: Physical Science Byron Blohaum, Fairbury Major: Business Administration Minor: French Frederick Blume, Jr., Kearney Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics Frederick Blume, Sr., Kearne Major: Business Education Minor: Business Administration Judith Boeka, Wood River Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Norman Bonde, Callaway Major: Zoology Minor: Business Ad ministratlon li KSC 'y Bowden, Sutherland or: Business Education or: Business Administration Harvey Brandt, Plymouth Major: History and Political Science Minor: Industrial Arts I Bridge, North Loup or: Business Education Jr: Business Administration Royce Brown, Mitchell Major: Physical Science Minor: English e Brown, Keamey or: Mathematics and Chemistry Zona Bunger, Hildreth Major: Home Economics Minor: English glas Burton, North Platte or: Art nr: Biology Judy Bye, Trumbull Major: Elementary Education Minor: Music 'y Callen, Ogallala or: Business Education ar: Speech James Campbell, Muskegon Hts Michigan Major: History Minor: English ert Carranza, Kearney nr: Spanish nr: Physical Education Rosalie- Cates, Grand Island Major: English Minor: Sociology 't Mullen Chavet, ltlinden wr: Elementary Education lr: English Ralph Check, Endicott Ylajur: History Ylinor: Physical Education and Driver Education Christensen, St. Paul yr: Mathematics rr: English Terry Christensen, Holdrege Major: Elementary Education rey Clark, Lexington ar: Elementary Education lr: English ludy Cook, Cushing Major: Home Economics Minor: English nl Craig, St. Paul Jr: Home Economics rr: English Rex Cross, Arthur Major: Industrial Arts Yllnorz Mathematics SENIURS - THE YEAR wHo's wno um: T0 KEARNEY ,Aa Roger Dr-ininger, Wauneta Major: History and Political Science Harold Deselms, Kearney Major: English Minor: Speech Minor: Biology John Dietrich, Grand Island Major: Physical Science and Mathematics William Dranselka, Jr., Norloll Major: Mathematics Minor: Chemistry Glen Drew, Funk Major: Physical Education Minor: Speech Karlay Kay Dufiord, Beatrice Major: Elementary Education Minor: Art Fran Duffy, Bellevue Major: English Minor: German Gary Duncan, Kenesaw Major: Business Education Minor: Business Administration Robert Dunn, Jr., Kearney Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Physical Science Allyn Eaves, North Platte Major: Physical Science Minor: Mathematics Darold Ebmeier, Bertrand Major: Business Education Minor: Social Science Melvin Eftenbeck, Maxwell Major: Mathematics and Business Administration Minor: Physical Science Sandra Ehlers, Waco Major: Business Education Minor: English James Ekerbcrg, Axtell Major: Political Science Minor: Safety Jerry Engdahl, North Platte Major: Business Administration Minor: French Georgann Erwin, Boulder, Col: Major: Elementary Education Minor: Speech Donald Ewer, Broken Bow Major: Business Administration Minor: Industrial Arts Karen Ferris, Osceola Major: Elementary Education Minor: Home Economics Earl Fickenscher, Moorefield Major: Music and Business Education Cora Fisher, Kearney Major: English Minor: French Joe Fisher, Polk Major: Mathematics and Physical Science Janet Hokom Fox, Lodgepole Major: Home Economics Minor: Physical Education Henry Frank, Scottsbluff Major: History and Political Science Frances Friesen, Ogallala Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Minor: German James Friesen, Madrid Major: Business Administration Minor: Business Education Gwcrulolyn G4-rher, Kearney Major: Eli-mentary Education and French .lean Goemlert, Sutherland Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Darlcm- Golka, Loup City Major: Home Economics Minor: Spanish Marianne Grady, Broken Bow Major: French and English Carolyn Greenhalgh, Hastings Major: English Minor: Physical Education Theodore Griess, Sutton Major: Biology Minor: Industrial Arts Gloria Grigshy, Aurora Major: Home Economics Minor: Art Betty Guthmann, Grand Island Major: Home Economics Minor: Art Judy Hall, Kearney Major: Elementary Education Minor: English and Business Education Larry Hall, Kearney Major: Business Education Minor: History and Political Science Dorothy Hamar, Oconto Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Everett Dale Hammond, Dix Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Physical Education and Driver Education SENIURS THE YEAR nr THE cmsfs IN PANAMA ANA cvvnus ll ,A Judy Hanna, Thedford Major: French Minor: Biology Judith Hansen, Grand Island Major: English and French Minor: German Howard Hanson, Jr., Lexington Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Physical Education Patricia Hanson, Holdrege Major: Home Economics Minor: History Roger Harpham, Kencsaw Major: English and Business Education Phyllis Harrifeld, Blue Hill Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Riley Harris, Ravenna Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics Karen Harrop, Lexington Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Jack Hausmann, Grand Island Major: Business Education Minor: Social Science and Political Science Reza Hayavi, Taheran, Iran Major: Art Minor: Mathematics SENIURS - THE YEAR THE CALVIN Y. RYAN LIBRARY WAS DEDICATED Peter Hayden, Kearney Major: Elementary Education Janice Hays, Oxford Major: Biology Minor: Physical Science Joe Hegarty, Loup City Major: Mathematics Minor: Business Administration Jolm Hein, Kearney Major: Social Science Minor: English Lenora Rempel Heiser, Aurora Major: English Minor: German Raymond Heiser, Aurora Major: Mathematics Minor: Physical Science Susan Hiatt, Hastings Major: English and French Donald Hickman, Merna Major: Physical Science Minor: Zoology Joseph Higgins, Sidney Major: History, Political Science and Mathematics Sandra Hindalong, Kearney Major: English Minor: History Arnold Hinrlchs, Hastings Major: Business Education Minor: Business Administration Merle Hinricks, Glenvil Major: Business Education Minor: Mathematics James Hinze, Bartlett Major: Physical Education Minor: Industrial Arts Elizabeth Vipperman Hodtwalker, Chapman Major: Spanish Minor: Speech Ronald Hofmann, Scottsbluff Major: Business Education Minor: Physical Education Tuna' SENIURS THE YEAR we PLAYED PRAIRIE vlfw A R. M IN A PLAY off tt I-Iogeland, Bloomington Aor: History or: English Gary Hohnholt, Keamey Major: History Minor: English ry Hohnholt, Kearney or: Industrial Arts or: Driver Education and English Robert Hokom, Lodgepole Major: English and History lard Hollinger, Holdrege or: Industrial Arts or: Physical Education Harold Horner, Norfolk Major: Mathematics Minor: Speech Jlyn Hudson, Broken Bow or: Physical Education or: English Colleen Piper Ingerle, North Major: Mathematics Minor: English . Ingerle, Elba Jr: Instrumental Music rr: Vocal Music Keith Ingersoll, Chappell Major: English Vlinor: Mathematics es Irwin, Genoa Jr: Business Education mr: Physical Education Beulah Jantz, Lexington Major: Elementary Education Minor: Art Johnson, Shickley lr: Business Education xr: Business Administration Ianette Johnson, Upland Major: Business Education Minor: Music e Johnson, Elsie rr: Mathematics nr: English Larry G. Johnson, Ord Ylajorz Physical Education Vlinor: Biology sr Jones, Minden nr: Business Education Ar: Business Administration Shirley Jones, Osceola Ylajorz Art VIinor: Physical Science A Junker, Fairbury nr: Physical Education fr: Mathematics and Physical Science Dale Kastens, Lodgepole Vlajorz Physical Education Vllnorz English and Driver Education 1 Kelley, Litchfield Jr: Biology xr: History and Political Science Bob Kirk, Cairo Vlajor: Biology Vlinor: Physical Science ay Kite, Kearney nr: History and Political Science rr: Physical Education .ynn Knerr, Stromsburg YIajor: Business Education viinorz Business Administration I Lee Koch, Upland Ar: Speech and History Platte Betty Kort. Blue Hlll Major: English Mlnor: Art Ronald Kort, Blue Hill Major: English Minor: Hlstory and Political S Loel Kugler, Elm Creek Major: Industrial Arts and Business Administration Richard Lammers, Kearney Major: Zoology Minor: Chemistry Marlin Larsen, Kearney Major: Mathematics and Chemistl Jolene Larson, Gurloy Major: Elementary Education Minor: Sociology Victor Larson, Lincoln Major: Industrial Arts Minor: English and Business Edu Pat Lauer, Ms-Cook Major: Music Minor: English Larry Lehn, Chappell Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Physical Education LaVern Lowandowski, Loup C Major: Business Education Minor: Business Administration Domia Lewis, Arapahoe Major: Home Economics Minor: English Bill Liebers, Kearney Major: Industrlal Arts Minor: Biology Galyn Lind, Polk Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Physical Education and Driver Education Judith Logemann, Ogallala Major: Biology and PhysiealS Douglas Long, Hershey Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics Kay Lueking, 0x!ord Major: Business Education Minor: Business Adminlstration Nancy Luther, Orleans Major: Vocational Home Economil Minor: English Calvin Mahln, Naponee Major: Art Minor: English Joyce Mahin, North Platte Major: English and Art Kathleen Reinertson Manuel Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry J- ip Mangold, rr: Chemistry nr: Zoology Lexington William Marshall, Eddyville Ylajor: English Elinor: Physic al Educ ation fy Maxon, Minden rr: French da English Ylary McAfee, Fullerton Vlajorz English Vlinor: Speech McConahay, North Platte fr: Business Administration ir: Mathematics Iobert M1'Coy, Greeley lujor: Business Education Iinor: Pllysivul Education 1 Mclfzlrlnml, Arnold r: Elementary Education r: English William Mafia Iajor: Music Iinor: Music on McGraw, r: Music- ': Music uid Meeske, Iajor: Spm-4-ch inor: English Joe Meyer, hun, Elsie 8: English Elwood Daykin Campbell -4 r: Business Education K Physical Ed, ohn Meyer, Russell, Iowa lajor: Biology k Chemistry Moeller, Bl r: English r: Spanish oomington ,arcn Monson, Paxton lajor: English Iinor: Business Education el Mousel, Edison 7: Physical Education ': Industrial Arts iaren Muehling, Grand Island Iajor: Business Education Iinor: English d Nelson, Funk r: Speech r: English une Nelson, Keamey lajor: Elementary Education Iinor: Physica ria Nemecek, r: Business E r: English l Science Blue Hill ducation larl Neubauer, Orleans lajor: Music Iinor: Music SENIURS - me YEAR minima Nuu CAME T0 THE umrfn smfs run A vusn Ann sn nm THE sums mom Emauun """'!., W: ,pguwlf Melody Neustrom, Central Clty Major: Elementary Education Minor: French Carolyn 0'Brien, Fairmont Major: Math Minor: Biology Mary Olson, Grand Island Major: Elementary Education Minor: Physical Education Karen Opitz, York Major: English Minor: French Stovvn Otto, Kearney Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics Robert Patenhurg, Heartwell Major: History Minor: Geography Anna Mao Paxton, Stapleton Major: Home Economics Minor: Mathematics Lols .lean Peters, Hay Springs Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Donald Peterson, Richfield Major: Physical Education Minor: Biology M Driver Education Mary Petska, Elyria Major: Music Minor: Music I-Evangeline Pflum, Imperial Major: Physical Education Minor: Spanish SENIURS THE YEAR THE wmrfn OLYMPICS wins HELD IN Ausmm Ready to enjoy a coke ln the lmion are seniors Janette Johnson, Jack Hausmann, Roger Harpham, Phelan, Grand Island .rz Physical Education r: English Busan Pierce, Fullerton vlajorz Elementary Education VIinor: English 'y Potts, Blue Hill rr: Industrial Arts rr: Physical Science Iames Price, Thedlord Vlajorz Mathematics vllnorz Physical Science sita Pricto, Philippine Islands fr: Music wr: Music llayton Quinn, Ainsworth Iajor: Business Education Iinor: Mathematics Sz Physical Education 'ice Ransom, Osceola r: Business Education r: Physical Education bale Rasmussen, Rockville Iajor: Business Education Iinor: Physical Ed. Sz Driver E Richardson, Kearney r: Physical Science r: Mathematics erry Riekc, Chester lajor: Physical Education Iinor: I-Ilstory ,ld K. Ritterbush, Cozad wr: Business Education r: English Donald Rockatellow, Kearney lajor: Industrial Arts Iinor: Physical Science rt Rose, Kearney wr: Business Education wr: Math uanita Rosenlol, York Iajor: Elementary Education Iinor: Music t Rouse, Minden r: Home Economics r: Sociology ames Rundstrom, North Platte Iajor: Journalism Iinor: English l Rupp,Monroe r: Elementary Education r: English Ielva Ryman, Halsey Iajor: Elementary Education Iinor: English d Sandoz, Merriman r: English r: French .Ilan G. Satterly, Grand Island Iajor: Physical Education Iinor: Industrial Arts 1 Scheve, Beatrice rr: English Sz Art Larry Schinkel, Gibbon Ylajorz Business Education Ylinorz English mls Schmoker, Osceola lr: Biology tr: Physical Education lanice Schroeder, Carelton Vlajorz Home Economics Vlinorz English an Scott, Morrill rr: Geography fr: History 8 Political Science d. SENIURS - me YEAR BENNY snunmnu PERFURMED AT Ksc :YUM 'Q s T-Z2 S1 K c...,,, KH Darrel L. Seifert, Grand Island Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry Michael Sherbeck, Ansley Major: Mathematics Minor: Physical Science Loren Shiers, Kearney Major: Chemistry Minor: Mathematics Kathryn Shotoski, Ord Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Nancy Shurlgar, Wood River Major: Physical Education Minor: English Harold Slzer, Arthur Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Business Education Jim Spargo, Franklin Major: Physical Education Minor: History Judy Spomer, Kearney Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Stanley Spomer, Lincoln Major: Music Minor: Music Lloyd Stevens, Beatrice Major: Business Administration Minor: French Russell Stevens, Ord Major: Business Education Minor: Business Administration Janet Stineman, Superior Major: Home Economics Minor: Business Education Phil Stineman, Superior Major: Physical Education 8: Industrial Arts Gary Stohl, Clarks Major: Biology Mlnnr: Physical Science Nancy Stovall, Kearney Major: Business Administration Minor: English Karen Stratman, Axtell Major: Home Economics Minor: Business Education Richard Strobl, Red Cloud Major: Physical Education and Industrial Arts Connie Swanson, Elwood Major: English Minor: French Marvin Swanson, Wood River Major: Business Administration Minor: Business Education Darrel Sybrant, Arcadia Major: Biology Minor: Business Education Karen Theis, Lodgepole Major: Business Education and English Melvin Tickle, Grant Major: English Minor: Business Education Ted Tramhly, Campbell Major: Elementary Education Minor: Physical Education Margery Trew, Mason City Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Sterling Troxel, Broken Bow Major: Mathematics and Physical Science SENIURS- THE YEAR THE UNIUN wns EXTENDED AT use chard Vavrlna, York ajor: Business Education lnor: Economics Nadine Vrbas, Stratton Major: Elementary Education Minor: English xrolyn Wagner, Red Cloud ajor: Home Economics inor: Library Science Margaret tValdmann, Comstock Major: Speech Minor: English maid Wall, North Platte ajor: English inor: Speech Katherine Warner, Kearney Major: Speech Minor: Physical Education nbert Warren, Loveland, Colorado ajorz Sociology nor: Art Karin Watters, Englewood, Colorado Major: Home Economics Minor: Art Nnny Weddel, Springview ijor: Physical Science .nor: Mathematics Marlene Weinman, 0rd i Major: Home Economics X Minor: Art iyllls White, North Loup ajor: Home Economics inor: English Betty Vl'hltm0re, Shelby Major: Elementary Education Minor: English arcncc Wiedel, Orleans ajor: Physical Education Inor: Biology and Driver Education Douglas Wilken, Hildreth Major: Business Education and Physical Education irry Williams, Lexington ajor: History inor: Physical Education N X Daniel Wilson, Bellwood 1 Major: Speech 1 Minor: English y Wilson, Kearney jor: Elementary Education nor: English Ronald Wlse, Lincoln ' Major: Industrial Arts and ' Physical Education Lry Wit, Grand Island zjorz Physical Science nor: Mathematics Marcia Witham, York Major: Elementary Education Minor: Music dy Wooden, Sutherland njor: Physical Education nor: Business Education Peter Wooley, Omaha Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Art :orge Woolstrum, Atkinson ljor: Chemistry nor: Mathematics Gerald Wooters, Arthur Major: Industrial Arts Minor: History :rlanne Young, Kearney njor: English nor: Library Science Sandra Zimmer, Kearney Major: Business Education Minor: Art Education e Ellington, Grand Island njor: Business Education nor: English Larry Haller, Red Cloud Major: Mathematics Minor: Biology rry Hinrichs, Hildreth ljor: Physical Science mor: Mathematics Larry E. Johnson, Alliance Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Art 1, it E. so-'f-f T' Win Claus. ,' ,wig ,,,, Maas W . , IUNIURS Darlene Ahrens Carolyn Allen Dan Anderson Phyllis Ankeny Jim Armagost Jim Ayers Bill Backes Don Bader Tom Ballain LaVern Baran Judy Bartlett Roseann Barry Robert Beason Paul Bentley Marlene Blanchard Conny Blas Brian Boddye Joyce Boley David Booth Rod Boss David Bowman Maris Brandt Paul Brodhagen Betty Brown KSC Ken Brownell Harold Brummer Betty Bryson Bonita Buckhammer Dennis Burchell Patricia Burks Connie Burtis Dermis Butt Lynn Carlsgaard Seth Carmody Lynn Casey Clara Childers Dale Clark Joan Clark Mildred Classen Dean Clemans Theresa Colgan Heather Compton Alvin Conley Jane Cordes Mark Cordes Ron Cropp Nanna Cross Neal Cross Jolm Crouse Maurice Crowley Gerald Curry James Curtis Boneita Davis Jim Davis Mark DeLong Dalc Dcliicsc Floyd Dickerson Craig Dietrich Patricia Drohman Gary Duranski Dan Edmonson Fredrick Embree Glenn Falk Waiting for President Rod Kehl to arrive are junior class officers LaDonna Trueman, vice-president: Patricia Drohman, treasurer and Jim Armagost, secretary. IUNIURS THE YEAR LYNN cnsfv HEAIJEIJ srunfm couucn Robert Faustman Linda Feaster Janet Felker Ted Fellers Michael Fjell Paul Forch Barbara Foster Janyce Francies Larry Frederick Douglas Garey Drue Gellatly Larry Genzlinger Fred George Jim Hesse Linda Gillett Terry Gilliland Doug' Glascock Lela Glover Maureen Goertzen Genevieve Goshom Janet Grabenstein Richard Grabowski Roger Gray Oralene Hall IUNIURS - THE YEAR "Inf NEBRASKANH wAs cumpmfn sl 7.9 ' ,f W3 if? 3 , S 1 4 Y A QF 'K was -, -: wg' Gary Gibson Wally Hansen Jim Hanson Sherril Hansen Judith Hamilton Beverly Hamler Diann Harder Dorothy Hauxwell Jon Headrick Bill Hefnider Bill Hickman Marilee Helms Richard Helzer Marcile Hensel Anne Hensman Morris Hester Pat Hiatt Shirley Hinrichs Richard Hodson Wayne Hofmann Owen Hoiberg' Mary Ann Houska Charles Humble Jan Hume Kirby Hunt David Imhoif Barbara Jergensen Barbara Jesse Fran Johnson Karen Johnson Kathy Johnson Maurine Johnson Orville Johnson Tim Johnson Darrel Jones Karrol Kamrath Rod Kehl Rick Kelsch Jerry Kenyon 5 Rodney Kissinger Allan Kleeb Patricia Kleeb Karen Koyen Ron Larsen Gale Lassen Darla Jo Lathan Catherine Leaton Marian Lehnert Charlotte Licking Terry Lost-hen Darlene Lubeck Steve Magnuson Georgia Marker Richard Mattke Kent May Maurice May Richard McCartney Larry McCord Lanny McCormick Richard McIntyre Jacquie McRoberts Betty Meier Applauding for the Candy Cane King candidates as they are being intro duced are the queen candidates, who are from left to right, LaDonna True man, Alpha Phig Conny Blas, Chi Omegag Nancy Staehr, Gamma Phi Beta Lillian Mock, Delta Zetag Pam Micek, Conrad Hallg and Chick Licking, Mar- tin Hall. Queen candidate Penny Wright, Alpha Xi Delta, is not pictured. 1 IUNIURS THE YEAR or THE wnnm AFFAIRS cunffnfncf Geraldine Meyer Pamela Micek Peggy Miller Barbara Minnick Mack Miner Lillian Mock Jan Myers Richard Myers Brad Nelson Veldon Nemecek Dan Nielsen Gorlyn Nun Wendell Nutt Barbara Oberg Duane Obermier Carol Olson Francis OS9Ht0WSkl Kent Mattson Carol Page Roger Patterson Patricia Paulson Linda Paustian Floyd Peterson Karen Peterson 2 IUNIURS - THE YEAR LYNDUN B. IUHNSUN BEcAME PRESIDENT Jim Peterson Larry Pfeil Sandra Pierce Arnold Pierson Gary Plotner Lois Quist Gary A. Rasmussen Gary E. Rasmussen Charles Real Clydene Rhoadarmer Doug Robirds Randy Rosfeld Arlene Roslansky Jean Ryan Zona Salmen Linda Schauer Marjean Schubert Sharon Schukei Jerry Schweitzer Frances Scott Kenneth Sedlacek Arnola Sellenrick Ed Sheen David Sizer Franklin Sokol Marilyn Sorensen Gary Sparks Dennis Spurgeon Fred Staehr Teddy Steenson Judith Stenehjem Riley Sterling Linda Stevens Stanley Stewart Harry Strohmyer Jerry Stromer David Stull Wendy Sugden Kay Sundquist 'P' '23 iwgt we . viii' 3 S Fife? S ,wife mm, 'sw-.LMV 1 fiifffff ' Marilyn Sunia Larry Swedlund John Terry Richard Thurin Sandra Trentman Frances Trotter Ronald Troutman Franz Trumler John Vanderbeek Patricia Vetter Jacobsen Dorothy Vopat P Donna Wademan ' Dixie Walker ' V Chuck Wall 1 Q.,-v Jerry Walsh James Walter Jerry Walz Roger Watson Dorothy Watts Karren Weber Natalie Weber David Wieland Rodney Wightman Candidates for king at the SAC-sponsored Candy Cane Dance were, from left to right, Fred Staehr, Caledoniang Jim Arma- gost, Theta Xig John Vanderbeek, Men's Hall: Neal Cross, Omega Delta Pig Denny Butt, Phi Tau Gammag Bill Backes, Phi Phi Phi: and Darrel Jones, Sigma Tau Gamma. ,. JL, I IUNIURS -Y THE YEAR THE rfsr BAN wmv wAs mmrlfn Anna Marie Williams Jerry Williams Richard Williams Judy Wim-berly Coralie Wlnholtz Willis Wiseman Gay Woodburn Penny Wright David Yost Ted Yost Linda Young Terry Lee Young Terry Lea Young Rick Zaruba Rosella. Zimmerman Arvilla Zmek Twilla Huryta Joyce Iverson Garold McCon Mary Noble Chalice Richards Al Schneider Pat Sherffius Larry Staab Glen Tiessen John Tiessen Don Unger .gil ii-v AQ .1 J ,X 4 -r' .gl his' ' v.'ff--2 A xx la 3' SEQ S we 1 1 M fe R www ,K ..,...l"fIf ag I , 1 ,game Q, a4S.S??:fS:3. 225 Barbara Alderson Cheryl Amend Michael Amstutz Jean Andersen Andrea Anderson Dennis L. Anderson Connie Bean Billy Bedford Leroy Bell Lois Anderson Sue Andrews Petersen Carol Bentjen Fran Beyl John Bliese Beverly Armour David Arnold Wayne Boilesen Robert Bolen Jana Booth Geraldine Artz Larry Artz Wayne Booton Pat Bosch Carol Boukather Tom Aspergren Sharon Atkins Linda Bowden Carolyn Bratten Richard Brehm Robert Ayres Margo Bassinger Cheryl Brening Barbara Brewer Ronald Brohman 'lfwiw in uf! ' ' z 0 flag Nm, 'z ef 'iw ' 1. Q " sail 'i f if Zg m f ,,. " ': - - jlg,:5Si2Gx. i :f1xi:3,' - 5 - , ggEgiss?a, m. .mini - A ' Ta, M ' ' it ' -' 'L 'fm , , ,, 1?-'-1 Yffvwf' . " ,' J QL. U if , QQ 9' 2 V", 1' ,Q .Q N if 2 ,fl ge, e L.: 1, vi , . 4 1 1 -. 1.5 'W r ' .333-svn In ,1,- f Carol Christensen Delores Christensen Kay Christensen John Clabaugh Don Broughton Gaylene Brown Marcia Buchanan Peg Claspell Jerry Clinch Crale Bunger Sandra Burman Leon P. Burge Rolland Coney Lynda Cook Kieth Buss Karen Calvin Lynn Camplin Tarol Cook Norman Cooksley Deloris Carlson Joanne Carlson Roger Carpenter J lm Copeland Roberta Oordle Susan Carroll Virginia Carson Wayne Cashman Daryl Comford Carollne Covey Gary Cederburg Tom Chamberlain Shirley Chapman Jerome Criswell Mert Crockett A5-3222E2'.f4:4Qsv31:ssf 135 . L:-zffsfg-2.152 Q1 ' ew-e g g s ,Q , 'law an 'F' , g,: ,.I 3 ggi' S WJ, ix 2 .2 LL if ,gm . ,av 1 .. gig il xx ,af if mf 'sy ' w, 5 time .',-' :fi-.:f -:'1--7"2Z :ig sffgz, W . 1 ,5 H Q V AV-y ,f.- .,,- ikz , . - , ,"',:- - K, '.:,f 5- I .. ' ' V? -, .sp :.. K ., V, was . - wx R ,.,,, , 4 Q: A b'il'Vh ' I D .v 5 1:-f Yi it 5' if x F 'L gf an aff Yum, Carolyn Crosby Patty Crouse Ron Cyboron Jeanne Damm Kathleen Danal Amie Davis Don Davenport! Richard W. Da Patricia Debba' Patricia Derem Melvin Deselm: Myron D. Dete: Coen Dexter Sharon Dietz Rita Dittmer Judy Ditton Barbara Dodd Connie Donnels Gary Dubbs Mary Durbin Cheryl Edis VVilla Edwards Marva Dee Eld David Emery Diane England Dolmell Epp Diana Erpeldin Jan Eutsler Russell W. Eva Marilyn Ewer Playing a game of ping-pong in the Memorial Union game room are sophomores Bob Kelsey, Gayle 228 Skiles, Linda Dempewolf and Jerry Wise. Vivian Falk Shirley Folker Lynn Fanning Richard M. Faris Terry Fastenau Norma Fehr Melvin Flick Robert Flood Jayne Francies Jeff Franzen Mary Frederick Marie Freeburg Ronald Frlzzell Cathy Fry Tom Fulcher Wayne Gappa Duane Garbers Brian Gardner Irene Garman Dennis Gehrke Jacquelin Gehrke Gaylord Gerber Mavis Gilster Everett Goebel Barbara Gosinski Beverly Govig Ron Greenwall Joan Hadenfeldt Ray Haggstrom Vicki Hamilton Llnda Handel Jerry Hoffman Nancy Hanthom Joyce Harder Joyce Harders Wlllls Hardy Avls Harkins Phllllp Harlan Grant Harner Jay Hazlewood ws F, like Q x i i if ii I l Z E Q -ag S , Jim Hughes Ted Hunsberger John Huss Jack Hynes Dwayne Ibsen Virginia Jacobson Richard Janulewicz Donna Jauken Connie Johannsen Arlan E. Jolmsen Gary Johnsen Hal Johnson Joanne Johnson Kathryn Johnson Kim Johnson Raoul Johnson Kathy Johnson Marsha Jones Nelda Jorgensen Maxine Karsten Joan Heckel Charles Heinrich Jay Henderson Frances Henriksen Dave Hensley Glenice Hervert Gweneth Hervert Peg Nelson Clayton Hesser Lawrence R. Hilty, Jr Ronald Hixon Beverly Hobson Norman Hodge Patricia Holbein Karen Holen Barb Hollinger Ed Hollinger Don Hopkins Wanda Hornbacher Ron Hudson : ' 1-ii I gi: . m g V279 M ,, , ,J gfgm , f-U 4: IH! 'Fifa ,n so as aasa by syyes 1 Nr ' 4... S Sag wr Anita Kelley Karen Kelly Judi Kernan Mick Keyser Rollen Kibby Theresa Kiesel Rose King Darrell Kingsley Carol Kinnaman Janice Kjar .51 .. . '11STL51g?i?iS f 'ff , 5 as 151,-f 5 ' SQ: 'E Randy Lauritsen Kenneth Lefever Charle ne Lehmkuhler Larry Lichti Denny Lienemann Elroy Lierman Ruth Lindekugel Boyd Lindsay Sara Dale Lockhart Marsha Long Marvin Klapal Rayoma Kleen Diane Knaub Lee Knepper Gary M. Knothe Darlene Koch Theodore Koehn Nancy Koos Ted Koperski John Kracht Judy Kreutz Judie Krueger Garold Kuebler Alan Kulhanek Gaylord Lacy Tom Laing Larry LaMay Willie Lane Bob Lapp Lanny Larson William Meier Jim Meismer Linda Memming Roger Meyer Bob Miller Dean Miller Rodney Miller Wesley Mohler Kenneth Moomey Jim Moon Winona Moor Donna Moorhead Jim Morey Don Morgan Steve Morris Dolores Mortensen Dan Murrish Pat Myers Lois Jean Nelsen Joe Oswald David Nienaber Clark Norblade Jenene Nun Monte Jean Nutt Marilyn Oherg Bill Luehr Cheryl Lundquist Barbara Lynch Marilyn Maas Christine Maiefski Gary Malone Dave Manning Sharon Mannlein ffrmwf L Q .i Doralie Marker Wayne Markus fm! 1 4. S ke 3,5 or' .:., sg ,A,v-,.7.7,4L. .5 ,,-,' f we 7- ,-, 7, tv mrzimsm 1 :sm K f f 14. :ffl- Judy Mathiasen Sandra Mazanee Carol McClurg Barbara McCullough Gale McReynolds W! Q ww x. -lf me ja Q .3 Egfr' Q Sh "'N:, 1... W5 as . 2151 ., 5 Vik gif Q fb :fwfr P' iiiiiiiksfiy ,W e -'kiiri 53 5' i ' Sheryl Olsen Harvey Olson Marilyn Olson Milton Olson Pamela R. Olson Dick Overy Carroll Pace Richard Pehrson Kathie Peters Karen Peterson Tim Pratt Sophomores Carol McClurg, Shirley Chapman Barb Bowman and Barb Lynch relax as they play cards ln the union. Marilyn Prososki Jerry Purlntun Doris Anne Phelps Vincent Phelps Jack Rademaeher Carol Rasmussen Jim Rasmussen Sharon Phillips Joyce Pope Karen Rath Gerald Reier Robert Reifsteck Jack Portenier Thomas Powell John Rein Judy Reiter Carol Remaly X' N 2 at Larry Routh Carol Safarik Myrtle Salisbury Charles Sandy Glenn Sawyer Lynn Schauer Neil Scheuneman Donna Schmale Norma Schmidt Don Schmitt Loren Schuett Diane Schukei Mary Schulte Margaret Schultz John Schwartz Dennis Schworer Pat Scott Thelma Scott Jo Seaman Pam Shacklett ,,,a K- '--" if 7-'--'LTVE' Y Richard Reynolds Gary Rezac Susan Rhynalds Marvin E. Rich Winnie Richards Ivan Riege Lynn Ritz Gerald Roberts DiAnn Rogers Janet Rose-nburg Gloria Shaffer Gail Shaw Norm Sheets Dennis Sherrerd Rebecca Shrader Sheryl Sickels Gayle Skiles Wayne Smith Marlene Snyder Gary Spencer 5' iYE":5'Sz.fSf.. .wufkila Jo Stadler Jim States Dennis Stevens Charles Steward Judith Stine Cheryl Stohl Carol Styskal Pita Sunia John Taverner Don Taylor Jim Taylor Vic Thayer Sandra Thomsen DeL0y Titkemeier Shelia Trihy Joani Trumble KEN Charlotte Tuma Delmer Van Lengen Jerald Vannler Leonard Varvel Sandra Vellne Paula Vernon Gary Waddell Fred Williams Roy Wagner Elmer Wall Nancy Wall Jackie Walter Sandra Walters Judy Walz Deanna Warren Farrell Watkinson , SUPHUMURES - THE YEAR UF THE Mlmcn UN WASHINGTON K rw Neil Wiseman Judy Witt Cheryl Wood Sharon Wood Joe Woodward Fred Yenni Pam Youngquist Sheryl Zelske Barbara Zemke Joyce Zink Barbara Bowman Roland Carnes Lois Crouse Wayne Daugherty Dennis Ekdahl Jerald Gronewold Ernie Nlckens Peggy Oran Leslee Pinkerton Marcelene Smith David Weber Jo Weber Ben Welch Larry Wells Larry Wheeler Don Whitcomb Robert Whitehouse Jim Whltesel Jeanie Whitmire Paul Wice Robert Wiester Donald Williams Marianna Wimberley Tom Wisdom Jerry Wise 1' wr .. 5, , if 1 'N Q-if X , ,, . A H ff 1 ' X X 1""'9 195 'UD 'Q' uzl . A Q ry Miller Capturing the Sophomore Class in pictures was the Blue and Gold photographer, Dick Hodt- walker. John Raymond Darlene Rookstool SUPHUMURES- THE IIEIIR LUDGE IIRRRAIEII GULUWATER IN THE New HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY Assisting sopho- mores George Cromer, Mert Crockett, and Dan Murrish as they vote in the Student Council elec- tion are Maurine Johnson and LaDom1a Trueman. Visiting with Tom Robin- son, a returned Peace Corps volunteer, are KSC sophomores Dee Schaad, Karen Rath, and Nancy Hanthorn. iaww ? l X K f L af :-4... Z A XX M R 1 g ,P 3? is .dw i an Q, In - ,- -'-'- Hiamgmag H -- fa YQ, 1 - LL" iii? L 238 xx 'ee 93 mx S ef y , ,fa Q 3 Marvin Abresch Jim Adams Van Alberts Jennifer Allen Jerry Allen Linda Lou Alt Allan Baxter Robert Beaver Carol D. Beck Carol V. Beck Judith Anderson Linda Arehart Jon W. Arent Jim Buck Linda Behrens Rita Bendfeldt Helen Bengtson Darlene Ashley Marlene Ashley Rodney Ashmore Deanna Bennink Barbara Bentley Don W. Berndt Jim Bertrand Connie Aspedon Cheryl Atkinson Linda Atkinson Connie Bieck Mary Sue. Bienhoff Cheryl Biesecker Leslie Birch Mitchell Ayres Barbara Badberg Larry Bahnsen Judith Bjorklund Lois Blume Janene Boardman Loris Boatman Jean Bailey Bennie Baker Treva Baker Susie Bockelmann Gary Boeka Charles Bosselman Curtis Bosselman Les Baller DiAnna Bantam Roberta Barlow gi2wx55szg4Q252215?ig?1sif1sfm?2zi?isiis22a3 Qi:-mx f 1 fi KM'-'f:1zsv2g5f2iis21L2 N 4' Q fi .. . . il' x i 75 , a A g . iii in QQ , 4:23 P' fi kq' .- 35 ,Q ff? 4- fr' W lf. .,,offx .5 gig'-if x f tw, Aix Q u . I ivuiif B siia N .1 ' ,'Me ' If 4 du, As.. xg 4" 1: ,fir E Y' Bill Boucher ff.. Q. Neal Boyd j Loueen Brahmstedt y Allan Brecht z Carol Barney 9 Betty Barrett Bill Bauhard Jeanne Bridgman Edward Broadfoot Jim Broberg gs Richard Brengelman A g a t FRESHMEN 9127 - was :gjfh 53, J i t -J i-i ff! g. ,. ,l :11fQqggggsST's' iuggjg Elias ' I 5 7? 'Wi us Af " , K , 'Q' ' ' ..I'2: -:Z -- ' ,N yi V. 't A - kffXEE5:s H- k .'f.5V :qui 6' .- 4 , ia Q T is Q Q , if ww1fz,f2z,.fzsas,,2f " 'is.svisf21grz1gEiQ,i f 253 az , m145l115i ' mei: f . B . 2fiTff????'f Q wg B E " ,.,. fig 9,5 ,.., W3 f ' . J SFS S Excite 2 -931' Q ' SME t 2 vii- is it C ,. Q.. . .M me W 2 ' i 4? f 1' ' .pf :is J ,, 4 il E J- Q M " WT V N 1: ' A Q 5 uv af 2 T3 6 as 41 A , at N , L A Q My y ff Q N is X E W , , x H Q 'Q s 5 if at 1-I K H is. AT KSC f ' .LK Xi J K ,. 12 J re .V P Q5-Fw 1-'fa wf 5ii5a::f-::Lfff:. -- QQEQQQ5 as .5 f'f!':5, Q, , f .. , .wa .3 .. . ,S Q. K l Efvfgz., 'xpgl' .-,. - . - 1 Q' X as PHS if M " B . ,X 5 5 13 - 5 -W Ll Laureen Cochran Curtis Cole Bob Colson Darlene Comer Jean Comoy Phyllis Cooney Sandra Broer Bonnie Brosius Eleanor Brown Vicki Broxton Marshall Cope Kristi Cottrell Tom Cox Leslie Baller David Brunz Linda Bryan Ron Bunger Betty Ann Craig Bud Criffield Margory Cross JoAnn Burge Pamela Jean Burks Lawrence Burman David Burmood Sandra Cross Joanne Cruise Kathy Cunningham Dixie Daily Marsha Burton Steve Butcher Verdena Butolph Dean Curd Constance Daniels Linda Daugherty Gary Butts Jerry Caffey Carole Cain Phyllis Carlson Michael Davey Colleen Davis Peggy Davis Richard Carlson Millard Carnes Gary Carr Pat Casper Pat DeBoer Linden Defreece Maurice Deines Terry Cass Carole Chesnut James Choquette Edward Chramosta Dixie Denman Donna Kay, Dent Joan Dexter Carol Christ Larry Christensen Penny Christensen Bill Clay 'US Qmzg in th 2 X W rr? A -5 KW-i'i?ifS,'sf7Y5 f mein ? Q tr.. .:" . 1' . 5 iiae 5 or savages. , 459' , r fu ,Q , gr, , V, .gm ,xgfr'.1,..!- Q ,lf . W, Q JL .M l - wfsigsgggqrgns J , Wigan ' :-Q ' ,L .1 it ., Lai 5 M , g Fisiffexiefe "- . --22?22'Z':ae:..fa .,,:a:g, V ' -: r':,:siA5i'i,-i lk , f " :. ,- -:,'1.v.s J -f -' im X ERESHMEN - Jon Dexter Jerry Dickenson Susan Dietrich Elaine Dinnel Sue Divan Phil Dixon Nancy Donnelson Robert Drake Cheryl Drew Linda Drobney William Drummy Harold Ray Dunbier Douglas Duncan Jerry Dutton Marilyn East John Eatinger Betty Ebmeir Beverly Edson Virg Edwards Jack Ehler Jacqueline Ehlers Larry Ehlers Linda Ellis Linda Else Richard L. Ender Doug Eutsler Kenneth Evers Carol Ewers Arnold Falk Melvin Falk Marie Farber Cheryl Felzien Kent Felzien Dean Fickenschcr Judy Fish Mike Fisher Patricia Fitzkc Sharon Fitzke David Fjell Bud Fleischer Mary Fletcher Pat Fletcher Judy Flynn Larry Fox Gerald Frahm Jerry Frahm Milan Franzen Cam French Beverly Frerichs Raymond Frew Jerrene Friesen Arthur Fritson Sandra Fritz Gerald Fruhling Richard Fruhling Margret Fulton A In 42" E9 .. 'Q in M2-K an 1 wir' gud ff? iv. RZ 1 ca - 5 E ff. A. .Sf M: G, F 'L i K or Y if S1 XM-I ,Q G Xl ', L THE YEAR PRESIDENT KENNEDY WAS ASSASSINATEU , 5, X J r iff fi!!! .-w,,wE.e Maw' 1.g5--fgQg5fp5.gggf 5, g 1: me ff Q I. .2 fu :wmv iiqg.. wi f ., .,,. Y em, , '- 1 S '53 if Ax, O . . we g, 'Qi' s W ggi V232 ,, ,, . W .f,e,.f45w X X M., , 5 .V 'l V. , , -9 'ins na? Y if 1 59 -- Y. -' Y i s-if? 8 Jim Gallant W Bernadine Gehrke hh 5 W ik Betty Jo Gillespie ln ,P ' U9 , J-Ziyi as 0 5 Qi AA.. . 1 . E. , Vh Carol Glover ,V N J' Jim Grady " " ' Jw' EMR A 1' Um Q' rf ,aw ii 30 ' ,.. is Mary Ann Goedert Q , 1 3 W Gary K. Gragson James Grapes X' 3 Joanne Green f g, r fx , ?' WN, Fl v Q , if 'K L ,, 4: 1 : , 5, Es! 1' I H' 1792 51 KN l.f,v1.fz.. -ff.- W, -ff-- Hi: Vkkykk .,.,. . ,,k. lZg2?g:k,i A7 ,flwfgz K , 'ALWIQ7 :li iw . " '+,,. 4 - . -v in., - r ' ,rnylr l fi-. ' ' Maia' 7 H fs.: 'M wr 'D- ,. r y? ,..-- -- Dan Hoesly Ann Hoff Tom Hohnbaum Rich Hoins Bob Holbrook Sandy Holen Georgia Holt Bertha Holtorf Jerry Huebner Ervin Huffman Betty Hughes Tim Hunsberger Donna Ingersoll Russ Ingram Joan Interholzinger Betty Jaeger Donna Jamison Mary Jo Jamrog Mark Janulewicz Keith Jardine Joanne Jeffery Dormie Jehorek Allen Jensen Stanley Jensen Ronald L. Jiede Barbara K. Johnson Duwayne Johnson Larry Ray Johnson Marvin Johnson Pamela S. Johnson Sandra Johnson Virginia Johnson Donna Jolliffe Eunice Jones Stephen P. Jones Jane Joy J. Mardell Joy Jerry Judah Gary Jurgens Nancy Jurgens Frances Kanter Orinda Karlberg 'ii Qwlsss W m we H: .. as -4 wh: new .Q if li 3 AY' nr 4' mf """f , fi W1 W, as E if 431, K S, 1 A J 5 I X f ,E ,, 1 H! Q W. 3 , I 1 fi sfilnif-L i ,' al. f- ff ,il ff' A -. fu i' .15 , 5ga::"?'i" ' ifaea. . as af Q' fs- 'li .F 1- - 'IM ' -ff . L-Vg. ,l Q.:-,,. ga inf . A EE I Learning KSC cheers are these freshman girls who came to college early in order to participate in rush activities. g ,.,, . ., W w , l,..' -,Q :- Ayr 'N m 'ix 2, "' if 1 .Al U S. A - iw .mmf 4451" '91 is R mi kr A rf .. jiqlsmgniiw as fx so .ff . Erin.. . . .": mi 4. ,N x ' 5' ,E , l 4 my , V K, . " 5 1 fi 'iv 4 .W . , 2, 1 ls' - 55 - 'P , ' - ,gg B , ,g. 5 if 'f is r N 1 f H . ' X D 5' .imxx ,sr 6 in ies -.IJ erry Kaufman leil Kaup Lonald Kearney Lathy Keating lerry Lynne Keim Iohert Keiper ue Kelsch Lohert Kelsey loward Kester 'heryl Kiefer len V. Kimball usan Kincaid arah Kinish 'arroll Kinnaman oanne Kjar .lfred Klaasmeyer 'eggfy Kluver 'om Knauh Leith Kniep lilhert Koch oyce Koch 'homas Kociemha andra Krause 'amela Kriz udy Kruheck anette Kruse Vila Krutz vuane Kuhnel tem PM S ba n ,arbara Ann Larson g V, Gif ' . fanda Kutsehkau oan Laey arol Lambley arbara Jean Larson rick Larson heryl Lauer Lenny Layher 'wayne Lewis 'erlyn Lheureux eggy Lichtenwalter avonne Lichti 'ary Liebsack allie Linden .XQWN W ,yy gfrww-fwv ggn,3,W.:,-er M- Mzsazw wie N I :mf aw: Z- 7 ?E53Efz?5f?T'f wise ' .1 ' Y . v. I ?E5iii"'5ii?E?l5i??' "mu ' ' D A X . V Q " .- ' v ivfykigiflil Sas 9 J A for mi55,2S5f5,:sgg, Q, X Q M , H 1 J , N ify 1, A. - I '59, -. -. .1 T551 3 mf! ik' K i W' my-, k ' . -gifwf ' f : .zszgsfi an ,- ,. X ' . i. 5, it xx ka, 3, rg ,'R.j'i?yL ' ' f eidi ll D ,3 :': " ' ,mg A . " sw f i 'i'ii' 2 L' .:V. Es ' ijigsilai mi gg f . ,:1.-15224525 qv - . f:.,. . -.,. . at is ? - 1 - ' 5"5?i5?SI755. 45? , . 51 1 x. 1 FRESHMEN - THE YEAR THE Nfw cumsiv Mmsmfls CAME T0 msc E -4- it 'I'-::'f::,"Iiil5r:' . '?iQi!5I' , .....,, 3, We . 9 Sega - 1 . . H M W was , 4 A 3 , Q 34 - I . N , 3. ,. i ,,-ff , ,. X . fa 5 Eg? in 'lwfa' 5 , M. 5 m P QE 5 Q Q-:Fw if iii a I 'Qs E . me ffzuw + f I 3 E gags K was 5 f 3 Qin 33 ' 'S E 5 ,f :ZW ' ' - - MP aa 4, . -.'-,. - sw , ' . 3 - g, Q . .. , - 9 lr S 2 -may mf Gordon Lindvall Vicki Livingston Blister Long Susan Loontjer Deanna Lorentzen Gloria Loschen Jim Loschen 'AQ +4 'tj flea Q Dick Losey Barbara Ludingzton Dick Luehbe Claudette Lum Diana Lundin Karolyn Lynch Marcia Mader Lynette Malin William Mardock Mary June Maring Alan Martens Bruce Martin Charles Mason Tom Martin 2 43 Terry Mason Vera Kay Mason Jan Mathews Virginia Maxwell Richard K. May Lela McCall Marlene McCarty Elizabeth McCarville Leon McCreight James McDermott Robert McDonald James McElfresh Dennis McGraw Jim McKee Lyle McKnight Judy McMahon Lynda McMullen Mary McMurtry Karen McNeel Sherry McNeff Judy Meade Alvin Meredith Janice Meredith Lorene Messman Alan Meyer Dan Meyers John Michalek Carolyn Miller f- ss-.... 3 ,sir was e aggee Qfwff ':"' , " ' 'EES Q T" 7 X ' " - fn KH Ez --im' V . 5 FRESHMEN , : ehh H hh Q .re Ly , In .. , an neaaeeo H affair ' l g Q I A In Xxx it . ,- gf .M 5 is , ":1 I ,, K K J , T 'sofas Ns 2 e H iii ee ae er. T ff FZM QKN 2 H ' E is. - !l f' -f E? fbi 3 ' 3, rw 1 at-,s THE YEAR UF THE MARCH T0 UPTUWN KEARNEY we ,mul HHN 2 Q W5 K , 333- ' K . ' A - N' .W K, U rf 5 teeny ligne Q XXV' sv K ul UR We Q,'L' Diane Miller Jolynn Miller Luree Miller Evelyn Mousel Warren Miller Gail Mills Dixie Mizner W 4 Z1 'V Egiw? 5 Barbara Monson Arlyn Montgomery Douglas Moomey Larry Moore Donna Morin Madellan Kay Morl Barbara Moseley Dixie Moseley Judy Mosher Gary Mosier June Mott Adele Mueller Patricia Murr ay Dean Nelson Linda Nelson Mary Nelson Patricia Nelson Sylvia Nelson Charlene Newcomb Nelson Newman Pam Newman Pauletta Newman Roger Nielsen Larry Nienhueser JoAnn Nissen Terry Nordstrom Carl Noren Elizabeth Norm all wks: TTT' it - .gmfgz W ?'Z5Q'fPg X I gf . ff 'V W 'Y' K L, My 1 i I 'R . ,3 3 5 . Using the "B. C." comic strip for their idea, the Freshman Class proudly displayed this float in the Homecoming parade. osson so X. In o. as mmwrffai 14 12 sew L L if f 'Hx '44 ,imp Q J" ' We W iffffff'-'07 Q 'i"::' Q 1z,i 'ex V. Q -V l,. s o is -sag 7 ,. ..:: .1 2.11 A ta fs ft . ..:.f ' ' ily, X - W: to ff z V zj-i w K --,, , 1 A , ' ff1fQ.t, V wiis 5 i'ii nf 2 Q is , Q i . ' 54 V , 'N 1 Q' ' " V -"Nw ' i Q .. 'f P C. . ff Q J ososo is sosiicciio M llsssl C C h e Q , , is 7 wi if U- 'C . . I E. :E I .7 gagwx 7 V , , 5? 5 5 ' ,t 5' if - ,M ff so 5 J .A 3 -3. I-. -f u r. O ..,,,, J ,Q . saw fi- V,-no ,as Wm w C gg- V . iz, -swf Carolyn Nunn Douglas Nutter Sally Ochsner Olinda Odean Frank Odstrcil Pat Olinger Carol Olson Connie Olson Jenny Olson Ted Ormesher' Louise Orr Jim Owens Jeanette Palmer Gary Paulsen Tom Paxson James Peer Kandis Penry Eleanor Peters John Petersen Jean Peterson Rene K. Pfeil Judy Phares Bernard Phillips Bruce Piller Linda Pittenger Jerry Pittman Christine Poffenberger Mary Pohlmann Dick D. Porter Phyllis Porter Judy C. Porter Bonnie Price Susan Price Patricia Proett Erma Jean Proskocil if , K L r X me X fx M. , , lbw J' V -. K f f g K KE sh S Eg 43 iiif if Tfl fiilfi 5 A- -3- .. A : L .. , w Wi. Y ,M 1 X Y 1-..J-L i, m,fi:,,.,g 552,41 ' - , . .-,. M, , ,nh W, , K '15'f'i 'N ' A Qi Q J , .lf cee, ,u Q e i R w,u,x,,, ,M 246 fi H if 2123 l A x , ,N f is X 3 1-L, L S:.f,z:,- 1 3 gg.g f-wzifssw Q SMQQ: k fs" 11 iff ve , .ag f wffqiifzzi- ' nf? .,.. m.,i,.,, . , 521112 ., I .. 43 ir. 9 ala 2 L.,.LWN.h S -5 ,-'A W, K, gms K:,:-waz,-W, Meir, ,wif ' klll iii .,.. I .. up X, Wx w 9253-L 9 fg'?f75Jf ' Jecalzikf . fx af' i -' , . ,,.ffff'1H2s 2351: ffPv11'Y:,'Y-1Y"' . -1-g,,,Ng , ,::,, Q ff? - V, . ,. v-'iifffmv ,4 ' ,: Q F . Lt.,-.i .Wits .,.. ,.,, V ,L 2 It 4 ii? W ,Fx sa, M 45-5+ ---, A ,.,,,. ,, 1 -au.-a. at ? iff 'i . 1 if gn Gary H. Provinc Ted Quick Nancy Recker Kathleen Redenb' Barbara Reed Barbara Reier Jerry Reier Kenneth Reiner Joy Renter Rodney Reynolds Arlene Rice Lynda Richman Tom Richter Bob Ridenour ' Janene Ritz Kay Rizer Diane Robare Mary Robinson Elverna Robirds Herb Roeser Guy Roggenkamp Karen Ross Sharon Saathoff Rodney Samp Dave Samuelson Vicky Samuelson Judy Sanburg Ruth Sanderson Cherie Sarver James Schaefer Roy Scherff Louis Schimek James Schirkofsla Penny Schlager Bob Schlaman Dianne Schmidt Sandra Schmidt Elaine Schmitz Kathy Schnase Pat Schnase Donna Schneider Gene Schobourg Guiding the freshman class this year were front row, left to right, Vicki Living- ston, secretary-treasurerg Maurice Deines, Student Councilg and Betty Jo Gillespie, Student Councilg back row, Dick Luebbe, president: Jerry Dickenson, vice-presidentg and Jim Tice, Student Council. iw::l-wif ., :,o,Ls5z:, la'.LgK,fn a,,1,,.2zm1x,wAa it Merlin Stuhr Bruce Stutzman Charles R. Swager Carol Sweley Gayle Tams Joe M. Taylor Judy Taylor Jeanne Teel Fredrick Thatcher Ernest Thayer Keith Theobald Gary Thomalla Niki Thompson M. Jeanne Thomsen Jim Tice Roy Tiff Nancy Todd Elberta Toepfer Jane Tooley JoAnn Toombs Ikpe Udofia 5 'wif i ' 1. , i. 5 , A is ..-.. fx A M2 W .. -- , P391 H. ., A ff 5, . ,. . . s , .sw .W E5iW..W,.m A nav... . 1 aa X aw F' 5 E . J my s as 'Zn' P' Y, if if 2- 9 a 'sill e f:.l:- :af5:- - 2- --mu, 11-ff,.4.1ig, E... ,N - I , A-. 7""k 2 ,aa-wf zzz. "i 111, 1 2211 ' f- 22? ,. , , ' I A I .'..' we, L5 ,. ' a'.' s me 'Er-A A if 5 .3 aff If v--- . , I e re aa . . ... - .-.,1,f , ' :,' '-,. T" .... r ,',',. ,g gf' 'i'i . A A agas a G ,, ff A -""' H FRESHME Sally Schroer Ron Schuller Ray Schulte Robert Schulte Delbert Schultz Ron Schultz Marjorie Schwaderer Sandy Scott Tom Sedlacek Robert D. Shanks Jr. Muriel Shea Bmce Sherman David Sherrerd Bill Shonka Betty Shum Clinton Shurigar Glen Skeen Cecilia Slingsby Deanna Slote Sandra Smets Carole Smith Dan Smith Evan Smith Rock Smith Karen Sorensen Linda Spellman Marsha Spelts Floyd Spencer Eunice Spradlin Elaine Sprau Doug Staehr Garry Steele Janet Steinke Jill Steven Judith Stewart Sue Stewart Jerry Stine Jo Stock Becky Jo Story George Stovall Steve Strand Leon Stromer N - THE YEAR FRANK SINATRA, IR. WAS KIIJNAPPEIJ ' viigeiiii, 1' A EWS, ' A . . ...J . me . A" ea , f, r--f ,Q 4' ns W A x i Q K W 'ex 4 Wffz, 3 L. Em sf 1 if ,I aa a l , A--.,. sk ff 'NW X x gm Q , f -1 L,.,, ws. .am .... ik 581' 4- a sea ? W Wu ef Yi si " pam, .N 23 . ,wg . ,-,,f,.,: . ZRXTL ,,.f fill' I ' f A Honora Wademan JoAnn Wagner Jane Wahl Janet W'ait farolyn W'alker Dennis Walker Steve W'alker Ii. Duane Wall Dennis Unlmel Kenneth Unick Lana Urbauer Wilda Vanarsdall Belva VanBoening Judith Vance Steve Vanderbeek Bill VanPelt Mike Vetter Loren Vian Olen NI. Vining III Barbara Vokoun Verneta Vrbas Carole Wade Betty W'eber D. Dale Weides Jon R. Warren Donita Wasson Don Wells l Q: D S ,ng L A l . Reid Wells , ee ' Larry Williams Leonard Williams Tom Willis Nancy Wilson Silas A. Wilson Eileen Wingert Sharon Witt Lana Wondercheck Jackie Woodward Virginia Young Vincent Zavalia Jr-. Sue Zikmund Timothy Ziller ImoJeane Zillig Sharon West Donald L. Wheeler Karen Whipps Geraldine VVhite Mary Jane White Donald Whitney Marilyn Whitney Jan Wiese Larry Wilcox Martha Wvillhoft "HUM," thinks Jill Stevens as she holds a, thirteen- heart bridge hand, "Do you suppose I should bid game?" Playing with Jill are Linda Griffith, Jeanne Conroy, and Sue Bockelmann. H I ' 1 I Rolland Coney Gary Jensen Ron Leitner helyi W syenl r 'f 53 J 3 . ,, ..:: .,,v ll , ..:e X f e is 3 Syk. ,. -,: ,A Lf H r H o' :"f ' V J ' ' J 3 :-- I """ fi in - ' K i Ihy, ,Q V gi-ri, A is ii' nn Nelson Weldon Richardson Glenn Shonka Rich Teague Glenn Rauert Jim Schuman John Sittner Elaine Triplett Freshman Mary Ann Goedart and some of her fellow dormmates from Ludden Hall are shown here "singing a song about a dog" in typical hillbilly style. This song was part of their act for the 1964 K Show. -.-........ , i fggi Richard J eifers Doyle Lavene Wayne Mart Carolyn Martin Dennis Zink 249 I n I I 1 I 9 .V ' I. 'V" I 4 2 Q w 1 r , I I 54 Briggs, Don.... ..... URGANIZATIUNS 252 Alpha Phi ......... Alpha Phi Omega . . . Alpha Psi Omega .... Alpha Xi Delta .... Antelope ....... Band ........... Beta Beta Beta. . . Blue and Gold . . . Caledonian ...... Canterbury Club . . . Chi Omega ...... Cheerleaders .... Choir ..... . .... Choraleers . . Colhecon . . . . ..... , . . College Commanders . . . . College Theatre Delta Omicron . . Delta Zeta . . . Freshmen ...... Gamma Delta ...... Gamma Phi Beta .,..... Industrial Arts Club ...... Inter-Fraternity Council . . IVCF ................... Juniors... KClub ....,. KShow Kappa Delta Pi .... Kappa Mu Epsilon. . . . . Kappa Omicron Phi . . . KappaPi ..... KOVF..., .... .. ..... Lambda Delta Lambda . . . . Lutheran Student Association .... Madri gals ...... 1 . ....... Maj orettes ......... MENC ......... Mu Epsilon Nu . . . Newman Club .... Omega Delta Pi .... Orchestra ...... Panhellenic .... PEMM ......... Phi Mu Alpha .... Phi Phi Phi ..... Phi Tau Gamma Pi Delta Epsilon . . . Pi Delta Phi ..... Pi Kappa Delta .... PiOmegaPi., ...... RodeoClub. ..... Roger Williams Fellowship Seniors................. Sigma Phi Epsilon ....... Sigma Tau Delta .... Sigma Tau Gamma ..... Sophomores ............. Student Activity Council. . . Student Council ........ . Student NEA ............ ThetaXi .. ..... .... United Campus Christian F Wagoneers . ...... . . . . . . . Wesley Fellowship .... XiPhi. ........... . FAIIUL Adams, Dwight .... Adams, Louise .... Ahrendts, Harold . . . Bachman, Ronald . . . Bailey, Joan ...... Bates, Arthur .... Bauer, Charles .... Beck, Gene ........ Becker, A. Steele .... Beckmann, E. H. . . Bergquist, Alta .... Bicak, L.J. .... . Bichel, Marvin .... Billing, Jean .... Blake, Gordon .... . Blazer, Roy ..... Bliese, John ....... Blocker, George ...... Broadstreet, Margaret . . . Bruner, W. E. ........ . Buck, Eugene ..... Campbell, Jack .... Carlson, Kenneth . . . Carlson, Martin .. . Carroll, Joseph . . . Casey, Max ....... Cloyed, Richard .... Cole, Harvey ..... Colony, Harold .... Cooper, Harold .... Copeland, Leland . . . 96 60 52 ..l00 81 134 64 80 94 74 104 118 . . 136 137 . . . 82 135 124 . . . . 56 108 238 . . . . 69 112 83 93 71 214 S6 130 61 62 58 65 89 63 68 140 138 88 ...4 75 98 140 92 87 57 102 106 55 4 53 59 85 70 202 7 110 226 79 77 ..... . ....84 114 ellowship .,,,, , 72 TY 139 73 51 ..26 26 25,53 . . .34,163,168 . ........ 30 ..26,30 ....24 ..25,s6 ....34 ..26 ..26 ....26 26,64 26,30,190 26,30 ..26,30 ....26 ....26 ...24,77 34 ..26 26 4,26,64 ..26,a3 ....27 ..27,30 .....35 ...27,54 ....27 .....27 ....27,30 ...27,190 Coufal, Lee ..... Crowell, Doris . . . Danker, Del ..... Davis, Harold . . . . Drake, Miriam, . . DuFresne, Robert . Eckloff , Envick, Failor , Feese, Fitzke, Foster, Maurine. . . Maynard . . Leona Mae . Gerald .... Dayle . . . Charlie . . Fox, Donald.. .. Frederi Fritton, cks, Keith. . Paul . . . . . Furness, Edna. . . . Gaer, Paul ...... Garrett, Delia .... Giles, Bill 2 ...... Godfrey, Thomas. . . Grundy, Ernest .. Guniicke, Edith... Hagspiel, Hannes .. Hahlweg, Ella. .. Hassel, Milton .. . Hauver, Bob ...... Hee, Dean ,....... Hofferber, Maurine Hoffman, Harland.. Hoffman, Harry .... Holm, Myron ...... Holmgren, Philip . . Holzrichter, Elmer Horner, Joe .... . . . Howitt, Doyle . . . Hughes, Carl . .. Ingram, Dale . . .' Istas, Helen ..... Jackman, Philip . . . Jester, Don ....... Jolmson, Ray O. . . Karraker, Jack . . . Kempf, Frederick . Kirk, John ........ Mein, Dorothy .... Knittel, Marvin . . . Krubeck, Floyd . . . Landstrom , Ron. . . . Larsen, Larsen, Wilma . . . Larson, Lindau, Livingston, Les . . . Longwell, A. R. . . . Lowry, Keith . .. Lund, Douglas ..... Lynn, William ..... L.M. Robert.. . Ora .. .. MacDonald, Mildred. . . . Mantor, Lyle ..... Marshall, Wayne .. Mason, Sharon .... Messman, Warren . Monson, E. G. .. . . . Nelson, Theodora . . Nelson, William . . . Ockinga, Clara . . . Orcutt, Dorothy . . . Osterberg, Myron. . Paine, Alice ..... Peterson, Grace . . . Petitt, Jean ,... . . . Phelps, C. Fred .. Pickens, Charles .. Rademacher, Earl . Roberts, Phyllis .. Ronnfeldt, Theodore Rose, Gladys ..,,.. Schini, Ruth . . . Searcy, Don ...... Silvey, Lawrence .. Singleton, Allen . . . Sisler, Ruth ..... Smith, Larry .... Smith, Dr. L.R. .. Sosa, Aristides .. . Spilker, Barbara .. Standley, R. Burr . Stones, Ivan ...... Stovall, Marvin . , . Stumpff, Don . .. Stutheit, B. F. . . . Stutheit, Wilma . . . Swanson, Jim . . . Talbott, Robert .... Tewell, Donold .... Thomas, Gaylord . . Thompson, Bert . . . Timperley, Doris.. Todd, Jim ........ Underhill, Glen .. . Walker, Katherine . Webb, Ardella .... Welch, Roland . . . Whelan, Thomas . .. ....34 ....34 ....24 ....27 .......27 ...25,140 .....27 ....27 ....27 ........27 ....28,177,178 . ..... 28 .....,.34 ..4,23,113 .......22,70 .........23,5s ..14,28,163,186 ..........2s,30 .......23 ....2s,77 ....26,30 .......,....28,61 14,18,19,21,53,144 2s,s6,163,1es ...29,113 .....29 .....25 ....25,33 .......25 ..29,30,65 .......24 ....24,30 .....34 ....29 .....29 ....2a,52 ....29,59 .....29 ....29,65 ...34,127 ..29,30,52 .......30 .....30 .......25 ..30,59,79 30 .....30,s2 33,34,140 30,ss,163,1s4 ...........34 ..30,33,65 ....34,63 .....30 ....so ....ao ....24 ....30 ....31 .......31 ....31,71 ..,30,31,84 ........31 .....34,87 ....30,31,213 ........31 ....31 ...31 ...31 ....31 ....24 ...4,31 .....34 ....31,65 ....30,31 31 30,31 ....30,32 .....23 ....34 .....32 ...4,32 ....30,32 .....34 30,32 ....21,22 .....32 .......23 32 ....32,63,71 ........32 ....24,79 .....32 ....24,30 .....32 .....32 ....33,71 33 33,61 .....33,61 ....23,93.85 Whitmore, Louis .. Wilkinson, Gene . . . Williams, Luella. . . Willis, Joe .,.... Wilmot, Mason , . . . Wilmot, Paul ..... Wimberley, Helen . Wrede, June ..... .. ..... 34 30,33 .. . ..,... ..33 34,163,168 30,33 30,33 . ...... 33,92 33 Zikmund, Allen ........ .... 1 2,13.14,33,153 Anderson, Lois Brown, Reva , . . Curry, Opal ....... Deselms, Jennie .. Lang, Sena ..... . . Triplett, Opal ..... wuner, Minnie .... ...42 ...43 ...46 . ...43 ...44 ...47 ...45 siunihn Wurth, Sara .. . .. A Abraham, George .... . . . ..... . . 95 Abresch, Marvin ...... . . . 136,238 Adam, Darrel... .....68 Adams, James .... . . . 238 Adams, Marshall .... ....... 2 02 Adamson, Richard . , . ......... . 64 Ahrens, Darlene .... . . . 4, 54, 61,214 Alberding, Bonnie . . . ........ . 202 Alberts, Van ....... ........ 2 38 Albertson, Sandra . . . . . . 42, 61,202 Alderson, Barbara . . ........ 92,226 Aldridge, Kenneth .... .............. 2 02 Allen, Carolyn .... . . . 4, 6l,73, 84, 214 Allen, Jennifer , . . ........ 52,238 Allen, Jerry ..... ........ 2 38 Allison, Beverly . .. . . . 58,82,202 Alt, Linda ....... ............ 2 38 Amend, Cheryl .... . . . 74,136,137,226 Amstutz, Michael .... ........ 7 5,226 Andersen, Frances . ................. 226 Anderson, Andrea ...................... 226 Anderson, Danny ...... 47,77,94,136,137,214 Anderson, Dennis .... .,........... 1 10,226 Anderson, Gary ...... .... 6 4,196,202 Anderson, Jeanette .... ......... 2 02 Anderson, Judith . . .... 72, 134,238 Anderson, Linda .... ..... l 08,202 Anderson, Lois ..... ...... 6 8, 82, 226 Anderson, Roland .... .... 4 5,77,86,115, 159, 186, 198, 202 Ankeny, Phyllis .... .......... 1 39, 324 Arehart, Linda , . . .... 134, 136,238 Arent, Jon . .....,...................... 238 Armagost, James .... 79,114,177,214,216,224 Armour, Beverly ................. 70,S4,226 Arnett, William 57,88,136,137 Arnold, David ..... ...... 6 9,226 Arterhurn, Kirk . . . .... 186,202 Artz, Geraldine .... . .. 42,226 Artz, Larry ...... . . . 226 Ashley, Darlene . .. . . . 238 Ashley, Marlene . . .............. 238 Ashmore, Rodney .... ......,,.. ...... 2 3 8 Aspedon, Connie... 72,80,105,139,238 Aspegren, Thomas . . ,........... 168, 226 Atkins, Sharon .... .......... 1 08,226 Atkinson, Cheryl. . . ........ . 238 Atkinson, Linda . . . .... 71,139,238 Avery, Linda .. , ........... . 202 Avey, Pat ,.... .............. 1 87 Ayers, James ..... 45,63,64,114,214 Ayers, Mitchell .... . . .............. 238 Ayres, Robert . . . ..... .......,.... . 226 B Baasch, Gary .... ...................... 7 5 Backes, William. .. ..... 11,12,98,152,161, Badberg, Barbara . . . Bader, Donald ..... Bahnsen, Larry . . . 162, 168, 181,214, 224 Bailey, Martha ...... ...... Baker, Treva ..... Baldwin, Velma . . . Ballain, Thomas. . . Baller, Leslie . . . Bantam, Dianna .. . Baran, LaVern , . . . Barlow, Roberta . . . Barnes, Carroll . . . Barney, Carol .... Barrett, Betty . . . Barry, Roseann . . Bartlett , Judy .... Bassinger, Margo B Bauhard, William . . 238 214 238 238 238 Baker, Bennie John . . . .... . . . . . . . 97,134,238 . .. 42,72,87 139 .. .....96 ....43,97 ragg... .... 214 238 :238 214 238 202 238 238 214 214 226 238 Q 1 Bauman, Randell . . . Baxter, Allan ..... Bean, Constance. . . . . Beason, Robert P ..,. Beaver, Robert .. . Beavers, Dennis . . . . Beck, Carol D. .. . Beck, Carol V. .. Beck, Irwin . . . Beck, William .. Bedford, Billy .. . Behrens, Linda .... Beland, Gary ..... Bell, Charles .... Bendfeldt, Rita .... Bengtson, Helen . . Bennett, Gary . . . . . Bennink , Bentjen, Carol , . . . Deanna . . .... 47,63 ...180,238 108,226 .....214 ....238 73,101,190,233 73,101,195,238 .............238 64,69,110,202 ...........226 ..........23a .....63 .....226 134,238 .....238 98 . .. .14,96,1l8 ,202 238 ,226 Bentley, Barbara . . . . .,...... 136,238 Bentley. Paul .... ........... 2 14 Benz, Mark ...... ............ 1 36 Berndt, Don ........ .......,..... 2 38 Berryman, Rodney .. . .... 4, 57,63, 137,202 Bertrand, James .... ............. 2 38 Best, Jim ........ .,,,,,, 1 68 Best, Rodney ..... ,,,,, 4 6,110 Beyl, Frances .... . . . .96, 118,226 Bieck, Connie .... ,,,, 3 2,233 Bienhoff, Mary .... ,,,,, 2 38 Biesecker, Cheryl . . . .......... . 238 Birch, Leslie .,.. . . ......... 1 . . . 238 Bjorklund, Judith .... ...134,135,136,23s Blanchard, Marlene .. ........,.. 96,214 Blas, Conny ........ ..... 7 3,104,214,220 Biiese, John ........ .... 5 3,64,116,133,220 Blobaum, Byron ...... ...... 7 9, 93,168,202 Blume, Frederick Jr. .. ....... 63,202 Blume, Frederick Sr. . . ..... 59, 202 Blume, Lois ........ ........... 2 38 Boardman, Janene . . . . . . 113, 118,238 Boatman, Loris ........ ....,.. 9 5,238 Bovkelmann, Suzanne 74,238,249 Boddye, Brian ....... ........ 2 14 Boekai Gary .. 202,238 Boesen, Kelly .... ,,,,,, 7 3 Boilesen, Wayne .. ,, , 226 Bolen, Robert .... , . , 226 Boley, Joyce ...... .. , 214 Bolton, Richard . . . ,.., , 114 Bonde, Norman 72,202 Booth, David. . . , . 102,214 Booth, Jana 96,226 Booton, Wayne . . . ,.... . 226 Bosch, Patty ...... . . . 73,226 Boss, Rodney .......... . . . 214 Bosselman, Charles . , . ... 238 Bosselman, Curtis ..... ,.,., 2 38 Bosshamer, Emmit . . . ........ 167, 186 Bosshamer, Kermit . . . ............ . 166 Boucher, William . . . . . . 95, 134,136,238 Boukather, Carol .... ...... , . . 136,226 Bowden, Jerry .. . . . .198,203 Bowden, Linda .... ...,.. 2 26 Bowman, Barbara . . . ........ . .96 Bowman, David ..... .... 6 4,71,214 Boyd, Neal ............ ........ 2 38 Brahmstedt, Loueen . . . ....,. .238 Brandt, Harvey ........ ....... 6 9,203 Brandt, Maris ..... .......... 9 6,214 Bratten, Carolyn .... ..... 7 3,82,87,226 Brecht, Alan ..... ........ 1 68,238 Brehrn, Richard ..,.... .... 1 34,168,226 Brengelman, Richard . . . .......... .238 Brening, Cheryl .....,... .... 1 08, 134, 226 Brewer, Barbara ...,..... .......... 2 26 Brewer, Stephanie Coggins . , , , , 65 Bridge, Jack ............. . . , 203 Bridsman, Jeanne ...,. ... 236 Broadfoot, Edward .... ..... 2 38 Broberg, James .,... . . . 71, 238 Brodhagen, Paul . . ...... 214 Broer, Sand.ra, . . . . . . 72,239 Brohman, Ronald ,.,. , , , 226 Brosius, Bonnie . . . .... . 239 Broughton, Donald. . . . . 190,227 Brown, Betty. .,... ..... 2 14 Brown, Eleanor . . . . . . 239 Brown, Gaylene . . . ,......... . . . 227 Brown, James . . . ............ . . 98 Brown, Royce 45,49,74,114,203 Brown, Verle .... ......... 4 ,63,203 Brownell, Kenneth , . . .... 75, 85, 215 Broxton, Vicki .... , .,,..,. 239 Bruce, Barbara . . . . ..,. . . 239 Brummer, Harold . . . .. . 215 Brunz, David ..... ......239 Brust, Pam ............................ 97 Bryan, Linda. . .7,88,134,135,136,137,140,239 Bryson, Betty ....... ................ 4 3,215 Buchanan, Marcia . . . .......... . 227 Buck, Jim ,..... ....... .............. 1 6 5 Buckhammer, Bonita 96,136,137,215 Buelt, Ed ............. ............. 1 78 Carroll, Susan ..... Bunger, Crale . . . Bunger, Ronald . . Bunger, Zona .... Burchell, Dennis Burge, Jo Ann .... Burge, Leon . . . Burks, Pamela . . . Burks, Patricia, .... Burman, Lawrence Burman, Sandra .... Burmood, David .... Burmood, Donna .... Burns, Gerald . . . Burtis, Connie . . . Burton, Douglas Burton, Marsha .... Bush, Pamela . . . Buss, Lester .... Butcher, Stephen Butolph, Dick ..... Butolph, Verdena . . . Butt, Dennis . . . . . . Butts, Gary . . Bye, Judy .... Caffey, Jerome ..... Cain, Carole .... Call , Larry ......... CaHen, Lnrry..... 77,93,94,136,137,195 Calvin, Karen .......l Camp, Gary ......... Campbell, James Jr Camplin, Lynn ....... .............. 227 ................. 239 ... 58,82,104,198,203 ............... 215 ....73,239 .... 227 ........73,239 ....48,73,82,215 .......... 239 ...136,140,227 ... 107,239 ...... 239 ..... 85 , ................ 215 ... 4,47,61,65,141,203 ............ 70,239 ... 72,136 .......... 227 ............ 239 ... 14,161,162,l67 ..........70,239 .. 93,106,215,224 .................. 239 77,104,122,136,144,203 c ... .... 239 ....................,.. 70 .............. 162,165 203 .................. 227 .................. 136 . ...... 203 ... 114,227 ... 61,65,215 Carlsgaard, Lynn Carlson, Darwin . . . Carlson, Deloris . . . Carlson, Joanne .. . Carlson, Phyllis . . . Carmann, Kenneth .... Carmody, Seth , .... Carnes, Millard . . . Carpenter, Roger Carr, Gary Carranza, Gilbert Carson, Virginia . . . . . ........136 ....103, ... 71, ... 82, ... 119,136,137, ... 177, Casey, Lynn ..... 4,47,49,77,63,S6,114, Cashman, Verle . . . . . . Casper, Patricia . . . Cass, Terry .... Cates, Rosalie .... Cederburg, Gary . . . ... 32,134, , ............ 104, .....,. ....... 110, Chamberlain, Tom ..... 55, 63,s0, 129, 132, Chapman, Shirley . . . . Charlton , Ellen Amick Chavet, Janet Mullen. . Check, Ralph Jr. . . . Chesnut, Carole . . . Childers, Clara . . . Choquette, James .... Clark, Dale Chramosta, Edward . . Christ, Carol . . . . . . Christensen, Ann .. Christensen, Carol . . . Christensen, Delores . Christensen, Judy ..,. Christensen, Kay . . , . . Christensen, Larry . . . Christensen, Penny... Christensen, Terry .. Clabaugh, John ...... Clark, Audrey .... Clark, Bernard . . . Cordes, Jane .. . Clark, Joan , , , Claspell, Peg ..... Classen, Mildred.. Clay, James .... Clemans, Dean .. . Clinch, Jerome . . . Cochran, Laureen . Cole, Curtis ...... Colgan, Theresa ., Colson, Robert .... Comer, Darlene ,. Compton, Heather .... Rolland .... Ival .... Coney, Conger, Conley, Alvin . . . Jean . . . Judy . . Cook, Lynda ...... Conroy, Cook, Cook, Tarol ....... Cooksley, Norman Cooney, Phyllis .... Cope, Marshall . . . Copeland, James . . . Cordes, Mark .... Cordle, Roberta Cornford, Daryl .... Cottrell, Kristie Covey, Caroline Cox, Ken ........ . ... 92,1o4,139,227 .. 86,102,178, 227 227 239 168 215 239 227 239 203 227 227 215 227 239 239 203 227 227 233 140 203 203 239 ... 52,55,96,215 ....... 75,239 .. ......75,239 ... 136, ..... .......... 68, . 113, 239 203 227 82,92, 108, 109,227 ............. 109 ... 32,112,227 239 239 203 ... 227 ... 203 ...9s,126 .. 33,215 .. 54,215 .. 32,227 .... 215 .... 239 .... 215 ....... 227 ...,l36,239 ... 134,239 .. 52,215 .,.. 239 .. 72,239 ...30,215 ... 227,249 ...... 136,137 ............. 215 ... 72,97,239,249 ............ 203 ,. 56,136,137,227 ............ 227 .... 227 ....... 239 .......... 239 .. 136,137,227 ..... 126,215 ...96,215 .... 227 ........,. 227 .... 113,140,239 ......136,227 ... .. 35 Cox, Thomas . . . ..... . 239 Craig, Betty ....,... .... 1 34,239 Craig, Mary .......... . . . 82,203 Criffield, Bernard Jr. . . . ..... . . 239 Criswell, Jerome ...... ......... 2 27 Crockett, Mert ..... .... 9 8,227,237 Cromer, Geroge . . . ..... 98,249 Cropp, Ronald . . . ...... 106,215 Crosby, Carolyn . . . . . . . .72, 136,228 Cross, Donald .. . ........ . . 98 Cross, Margory .... , ........... 239 Cross, Nanna .... 56,70,82,215 Cross, Neal .... .... 9 3,598,215,224 Cross, Rex .... ............ 2 03 Cross, Sandra . . . .... 73,105,239 Crouse, John . . . .... . . . 216 Crouse, Lois 71 Crouse, Patty ...... .... 8 7,228 Crowley, Maurice .... . . . 165,216 Cruise, Joanne ..... ............. 2 39 Culp, Jerry ........... .......... 1 90, 184 Cunningham, Kathleen ...... 5, 75, 97, 134, 239 Cunningham, Thomas ........ 106, 134,136, 137 Curd, Dean ........... .............. 2 39 Curry, Gerald .... ...... 2 16 Curtis, James .... ....... 2 16 Curtis, John ..... .. . 4, 165, 181 Cyboron, Ronald ........ .... 8 3,228 D Dady, Dixie ............ ......... 1 0,109 Dage, RaymondJr. .. 53,72,126,127 Daily, Dixie ....... ............. 1 36 Daily, Ed .. ...... .............. 3 5 Damm, Jeanne ..... . . .96, 136 137,228 Danaher, Kathleen .... . . . 75, 82, 108,228 Daniels, Constance . . . ......... 73,239 Daugherty, Linda . . . ........ 10,239 Davenport, Donald . . . .... 107,228 Davey, Michael ..... ......... 2 39 Davis, Anne .... ............ 2 28 Davis, Boneita .... . . . 73, 84, 87,216 Davis, Coleen . . . ....... 113, 239 Davis, James . . . .... . 216 Davis, Peggy . . . ............ .. 87 Davis, Richard . . . ............... . 228 Dehban, Patricia . . . .. 84, 87, 105,139,228 DeBoer, Patricia . . ....... 72,101,239 DeCroix, Paula . . . ...... 139 DeFreece, Linden .... ............. 1 11, 239 Deines, Maurice . . . . . . 78,134, 136,239,246 Deininger, Roger . . . ......,...... 95, 204 Delong, Mark ....... ....... 2 16 Dempewolf, Linda .... .... 1 04, 228 Denman, Dixie .... . . . 113,239 Dent, Donna ..... .... 1 36,239 Denton, Jerry ..... ....... l 14 Deremer, Patricia . . . . . 69,82,228 Deriese, Donald . . . .,.... . 216 Deselms, Harold . . . . . . . 204 Deselms, Melvin . .. . . . . 228 Deterding, Myron. . . .... . 228 Dexter, Coen ..... ....... 2 28 Dexter, Joan .... . . 73,82,239 Dexter, Jon .... ....... 2 40 Dick, Ronald ...... ..... 3 168 Dickenson, Jerry . . . . . . 140, 146 Dickerson, Floyd . , . .... . 216 Dietrich, Craig . . . ...... . 216 Dietrich, John .... . . . 196,204 Dietrich, Susan . . . ....... . 240 Dietz, Sharon .. . . . . 72, 108,228 Dinnel, Elaine .... ..... 8 2, 240 Dittmer, Rita . . . ...,.............. . 228 Ditton, Judy . . . .................... . 228 Divan,Sue ... ... 105,134,136,139,213,240 Ihxon, PhiHip .. ..................... 240 Dodd, Barbara .... ....... ........... 2 2 8 Dokken, Phyllis . . . .... 61, 108 Dolce, Jacqueline . . . ..... ........., . . 75 Donnelson, Connee ................. 136, 228 Donnelson, Nancy .... 71 124,125,132,139,240 Downing, Lorin . . . .................. . 184 Drake, Leslie ........ . . . 34 Drake, Robert .......... ........ 2 40 Dranselka, William Jr. . . ,... ...... 2 04 Drew, Cheryl .......... . . . 113,240, 241 Drew, Glen ...... ........ 2 04 Drobney, Linda ..... ..... 2 40 Drohman, Patricia .. . .... 96,216 Drummond, Dean .... ........ 9 4 Drummy, William . . . ....... 95,240 Dubbs, Gary .,.... ............ 8 6, 167 . 228 Du.f.ford, Karlay .......,..............,. 204 Duffy, Frances ...... 49,54,55,75,84,96,122, 144,146,19s,204 Dunbier, Harold .... ........ 7 3,240 Duncan, Douglas .... ....... 2 40 Duncan, Gary . . . .... ...... . 204 Dunn, Robert . . . 1 ..... 63,197,204 Duranskh Gary ... .... s6,102,136,216 Ilurbin, naary ... ... ........ ..... 223 Dutton, Gerald .......... . . . . . . . . . 240 E East, Marilyn.. , .... , . .... 134, 240 Eatinger, John . . . Eaves, Allyn . . . Ebmeier, Betty . . . Ebmeier, Darold . . . Edis, Cheryl ...... Edmonson, Daniel. Edson, Beverly . . . . . . . Edwards, Virgil ....... Edwards, Willa Hinrichs . . . Effenbeck, Melvin ...... Ehler, Jack ........ Ehlers. Jacqueline Ehlers, Larry ........... Ehlers, Sandra. . . 59,77, Ekerberg, James .... . . . . Elder, Bee ....... Ellington, Joe .. . Ellis, Linda ..... Else, Linda ....... Embree, Fredrick, .... Emery, David ....... Ender, Richard ....... Engdahl, Jerry ......... England, Barbara Cobb . . Epp, Donnell ..... Ernst, Robert .. . Erpelding, Diana . Erwin, Georgann Eutsler, Douglas Eutsler, Janet Russell . . . Evans, Evers, Kenneth . . Ewer, Ewer, Donald Marilyn . . . Ewers, Ca.rol . . . Arnold .... Glenn . . Falk, Melvin .... Falk, Vivian .... Fanning, Lynn Farber, Marie . . . Faris, Richard .. Fastenau, Terris . Faustman, Robert Feaster, Linda .. Fehr, Norma ..... Felker, Janet .. Fellers, Ted ..... Felzien, Cheryl . Felzien, Kent .... Ferris, Karen .... Falk, Falk, Fickenscher, Dean .. .. Fickenscher , Earl Fish, Judy ....... Fisher, Cora . . . Fisher, Joe ..... Fisher, Michael. . Fitch, Randy .... Fitzke, Patricia . Fjell, David ..... Fjell, Michael . . . Fleischer, Mathew Fletcher, Mary . . Fletcher, Patti .. Flick, Melvin, Jr. Flood, Robert . . . . Flynn, Judy . . . , . Folker, Shirley . . Forch, Paul ..... Foster, Barbara . Fowler, Edwardi. . Fowler, Bill ..... Fox, Janet Hokom Fox, Larry ..... Frahm, Gerald L. Frahm, Jerald D. Francies, Janyce Francies, Jayne . Frank, Henry .... Franzen, Jeff . . . Franzen, Milan . . Frederick, Larry Frederick, Mary . Freeburg, Marie Freeman, John . . . French, Cam Frerichs, Beverly Frew, Raymond .. Friesen, Blaine . . Friesen, Frances Friesen, James .. Friesen, Jerrene Fritson, Arthur . . Fritton, Paul .... Fritz, Sandra . . . Frizzell, Ronald . . Fruhling, Gerald Fruhling, Richard . . . Fry, Cathy ...... Fulcher, Thomas Fulton, Margret . . . .................240 .. 45,63,114,1l7,137 199,204,205 . ..... 82,240 .....204 ...228 .................26 ...72,s0,134,136,240 .................240 .....22a . ........ 204 .... 179,240 .................240 ............... 240 122,144,195,199,204 ............166,204 ... 74,136,213,223 ............ 213 ... 240 .... 240 .... 84,216 ... 110,228 ....74,240 ........204 . .......... 228 ....... ...136,137,223 ...........74 .... 80,100,228 .............. 204 .. ................. 240 ....56,33,136,137,22s ........... 73,228 ... 177,240 ... 61,s3,204 ...... 87,228 ..... .... 97,240,241 ..... ......... 240 ... l36,137.216 ............ 240 ... 73,136,137,229 ........ 168,229 .... 73,136,240 ....... 229 ............... 229 ...........,.......... 217 65,79,96,97,190,217 ............... 228 ......... 217 .... 59,194,217 ....,.. 240 ... 95,240 ........... 112,204 , .............. 240 57,59,69,88.110.134 136,140,199,204 ................240 .............. 4,54,240 4,s1,196,199,201,204 .. .............. 63,240 ..... 61 ... 240 .... 240 ... 63,217 .... 240 ... 87,240 ... 240 ... 229 ... 229 .... 240 ... 69,229 ... 35,217 .... 217 ...... 137 .....136,137 .......204 ... 75,240 ........ 240 ......... 240 .... 92,112,217 ......... 223 ........... 204 ........... 95,229 ... 95,136,140,240 .....S6,114,2l7 ....136,137,228 ...... 71,229 .. ............... 134,135 ...................... 240 42,6s,97,134,141,240 ....................73,240 ... 163 ... 204 ... 204 ... 240 ... 240 ....... 54 ........ 240 .. 63,115,229 ... ........ . 240 ............. 240 ... 52,34,101,229 ... ....... 94,229 ..... 240 Funkhouser, Danny ........ . Gallant, James .98 241 229 229 229 217 229 241 229 229 217 Gappa, Wayne 46,86,l65,l68, Garbers, Duane . . ............ . . Gardner, Brian . . . . . . Garey, Douglas . . . . . . . Garman, Irene ...... . . . 72, Gehrke, Bernadine .... . . . 42, Gehrke, Dennis . . . .. . Gehrke, Jacquelin . . . .... . . . . Gellatly, Drue ...... ........... Genzlinger, Larry . . . . . . 106, 141, George, Fred....... . .. 94,184, 217 217 Gerber, Gaylord .......... . . . . . . . . 229 Gerber, Gwendolyn Welch .... . . . . . . 4,205 Gibbons, Craig . ................ . 86,177 217 Gibson, Gillespie, Betty . . . Gary .... 165, 78,113,140,241, 218 246 Gillett, Linda .... ............. 8 2,217 Chlhland, Terry... ...181,217 Gilroy, Judith ..... ...... 8 4 Gilster, Mavis ...... . . .108,229 Glascock, Douglas .... . . .102, 217 Glinsmann, Gilbert ......... 63 Glover, Carol .... 71,82, 241 Glover, Lela . . ..... 71,217 Godtel, Ramon . . . . ........ . 86 Goebel, Everett . . . ....... 63, 229 Goedert , Jean ..... Goedert, Mary . . .... Goertzen , Maureen Golka, Darlene ...... Goshorn, Genevieve. . . Gosinski, Barbara .... Govig, Beverly ...... Grabenstein, Janet Grabowski, Richard ......122,l44,205 ... 42,75,241,249 71,217 58,82,205 217 229 229 S2,10S,136, 140,217 .........102,l68,217 Grady, James ...... .............. 2 41 Grady, Marianne .... . . . 4,205 Gragson, Gary .... . . . 241 Grapes, James . . . . . . 241 Gray, Roger .... . . . 217 Green, Joanne .... . . . 241 Greene, Gerold ..... ............. 2 41 Green, Craig ..,........................ 140 Greenhalgh, Carolyn ........ 112,l22,144,145, 151,154,205 Greenwall, Ronald . . . ..... 94,229 Griess, Theodore .. . .......... 114,205 Griffith, Linda .... .................. 2 49 Grigsby, Gloria ..... .... 6 5, 84,100, 198, 205 Gronewold, Jerald .... ........ 8 3, 94,217 Ground, Patricia ................... 113,241 Gustafson, Nancyann ......... 68,l36,139,241 Guthmann, Betty .... 65, 104, 122, 139, 144, 205 Hachtel, Don ...... ................... 4 21 Hadenfeldt, Joan ,..... 52, 84, 92, 108, 150. 229 Hadenfeldt, Marilyn ................ 241 Hagemann, Gary .... . . . 69, 85 Haggard, James ..... . ..... 241 Haggstrom, Raymond . . . .... 110,229 Hall, Judith Johnson .... . . . ..... .205 Hall, Larry ........................... 205 Hall, Oralene ..... 56,84,88,136,137,140,225 Haller, Larry. . . .................. 63,213 Ham, Alyce ..., ..... 2 41 Hamar, Dorothy . . . . . . 205 Hamar, Marie .... ....... 2 41 Hamilton, Judith .... .... 1 36,218 Hamilton, Vickie .... .... 5 2, 96, 229 Hamler, Beverly .... ........ 2 18 Hammond, Everett . . . . . . 205 Hammond, Pamela . . . ................ 241 Handel, Linda .... ................... 2 29 Hanna, Judy .... .. 64,92,96,122,144,206 Hannon, Dermis . . . ............... 75, 129 Hannon, Richard .... ...... 7 5, 126, 128 Hansen, Judith 4,54,61,196,206 Hansen, Wallace ..... ............ 2 18 Hanshew, Terrel ..... .... 4 5, 111,229 Hanson, Howard, Jr. 12,14,163 , 166 Hanson, James ..... i. ........... 218 Hanson, Patricia .... .... 5 8,206 Hanson, Sherril . . . .... 82,218 Hanthorn, Ellis . , . .... . . 73 Hanthorn, Nancy ..... ...... 2 29,237 Happold, Peggy . . . ......... 69,241 Harder, Diann .. 69,82,136,218 Harder, Joyce .... ............ 2 29 Harders, Joyce J. .... ...... 2 29 Hardisty, Charlotte .................... 241 Hardy. Willis .................. 63, 168, 229 Haring, Dallas ..... 111,134, 136, 140, 1.95, 241 Harkins, Avis .......................... 229 Harkins, Dewayne .... . . . 241, 168 Harlan, Phillips . . . .... 72,229 Harms, Karen . . ....... 241 Harner, Homer .... ......., 2 29 Harpham, Roger .. . . .. 93,110,206 Harrifeld, Phyllis . . . ..... 84,206 Harris, Riley ...... ..... 4 , 206 Harrop, Karen .... . . . 112,206 2155 2514 Harsh, Philip ...... Harshbarger, Kern . . . Harvey, Benjiman .... Harvey, Robert .... Hasenauer, Emma . . . Hather, Donald . . Hauner, John ...... Hausmann, Jack .. . Hauxwell, Dorothy .... Haworth, Sharon ..... Hayavi, Mohamed Reza. . . . Hayden, Peter ........ Haynes, Janie .. Hays, Janice .... Hazelwood, Jay . . . Headrick, Jon .. Heckel, Joan ....... Hefnider, William . . . Hegarty, Joseph . . . Hegi, Donald ...... Hebner, Clark .... Hein, Janice .. . Hein, John . . Heine, Dean ....... Heinrich, Charles .... Heiser, Lanora .... Heiser, Raymond. . . Helmer, Gary .... Helmer, Sandra Helms, Marilee Helzer, Richard ...... Henderson, Jay Henriksen, Frances. . . Hensel, Marcile Hensley, David ..... Hensman, Anne . . . Herndon, Carole Herrod, Daniel .... Hervert, Glenice Hervert, Gweneth .... Hesse, James ..... Hesse, Kathleen .... Hesser, Clayton .... Hester, Morris . . . Hiatt, Joel ...... Hiatt, Judy . . Hiatt, Mary .... Hiatt, Patricia .... Hiatt, Susan ...... Hickman, Donald . . . Hickman, Larry Hickman, William .... Higby, James .... Higgins, Joseph . . . Hight, Jack .... Hilton, Robert .......... Hilty, Lawrence Jr. .... . Hindalong, Sandra Hackett Hiner, James........... Hinrichs, Arnold . . . Hinrichs, Larry .... Hinrichs, Marlene .... Hinrichs, Merle Hinrichs, Ronald . . . Hinrichs, Shirley .. Hinze, James .... Hipwell, Jane .... Hircock, Charles .. Hixon, Ronald . , . . . Hoagstrom, Lola . . . Hobson, Beverly Hodge, Norman .. Hodson, Richard Hodtwalker, Dick ....... Hodtwalker Eliz beth . . . , a Hoesly, Dan Hoff, Ann . ...... . Hoffman, Gerald Hofmann, Ronald Hofmann, Wayne Hogeland, Scott . . . Hohnbaum, Tom Hohnholt, Gary . . . Hohnholt , Larry .... Hoiberg, Owen .... Hoins, Richard .... Hokom, Robert . . . Holbein, Patricia .. Holbrook, Charles .... Holen, James ..... Holen, Karen ..... Holen, Sandra ..... Hollinger, Barbara Hollinger, Edwin . . 86,112 Hollinger, Richard .... 86, 162 , Holm, Floyd ...... Holmes, Larry .... Holt, Georgia . . . Holtorf, Bertha .... Hopkins, Don ....... Hornbacher, Wanda , . Horner, Harold ..... Houska, Mary .... ... 73,168,241 .......... 95 ........ 98 ............... 241 ................. 241 15s,162,163,166,167 ................. 241 ... 11,79,98,206 .......... 218 .. 134,136,241 ......... 206 ......... 206 ....... 71,241 ... 43,63,72,2o6 ......... 229 ....106,21s ... 87,230 .... 218 .. 206 .......... 241 ............ 241 .. 88,136,137,24l ...... 77,94,206 .... 69,241 ......... 230 .... 196,199,206 ... 4,63,199,206 ........... 45 ...........55,241 ,117,118,190,218 .... .. 93,94,21s ... 110,230 .............230 ...........52,213 ....52,l24,125,127 132,136,137,230 .......... 73,218 .. 241 .. 241 .... 230 ............. 230 ............... 110 . 6,113,138,l55,241 ................230 ...168,190,218 ..........241 ....80,82,241 .... 75,241 ... 96,97,215 .... 4,61,206 ...114,136,206 ....... 241 ... 114,218 ... 136,241 .. 47,206 .........74 ... 93,0s,190 .. ....... 230 .. ..... 206 .. .... 115,241 ......... 206 .......... 213 ....s3,06,97,143 ....... 55,206 ........,,241 .. 84,218 ......... 45,206 ............... 128 ... l62,163,167,17S ............ 230 .... 196 .. 82,230 .. 71,230 .. 71,218 ...... 80,237 ... 52,61,206 ... 168,242 ,...... 242 .......... 85 ... 86,159,206 ....... . 218 .... 207 .... 242 ....... 207 ........ 207 ... 73,136 218 ........ 242 ....... 207 .. 82,230 ....... 242 ..,..... 71,83 ... 71,136,230 ,.... 79,97,242 .....s2,10s,109,230 .....36,163,165,230 163,164,166 207 . 47,56,162,166 ........... 73 .... 242 ., 68,242 .... 230 ,... 230 ............. 207 ... 59,61,73,84,218 Hudson, Carolyn .... Hudson, Ronald Huebner, Jerry Huffman, Ervin Hughes, Betty . . . Hughes, James .... Humble, Charles .... Hume, Janice .......... Hunsberger, Theodore . . . Hunsberger, Timothy . . . Hunt, Kirby ....... , . Huryta, Twilla . . , . Huss, John .. ..... . Hutcheson, Herbert . . . .. 69,84,87,207 230 .. ..l34,242 242 242 ... 73,134,230 ... 73,114,218 218 230 242 219 . .. 84,136,225 230 .. 73,53,134 Hynes, John ........................... 230 I Ibsen, Dwayne . . .... 52,124,125,129,130, 132, 136, 137, 230 Irnhoff, David ......................... 219 Ingerle, Colleen Piper .............. 136,207 Ingerle, Richard ....,... 57 , 88, 134, 135, 136, 140, 207 Ingersoll, Donna . . . .... . 242 Ingersoll, Keith . . . , . . . 207 Ingram, Russell .... . . .... 242 Inselman, Myron ....... ........... 1 03, 168 242 Interholzinger, Joan Irwin, James. . .. . . . .. 14,161,162,164,207 J Jacobson, Patricia Vetter ....... . . .... 224 Jacobson, Virginia ...... ..... . . 230 Jaeger, Elizabeth . . . .... 75, 242 James, Mary ...... ...... 4 Jamison, Donna . . ..... 242 Jamrog, Mary . .... 74, 242 Jantz, Beulay ...... ..... 2 07 Janulewicz, Mark .... .... 2 42 Janulewicz, Richard .... .... 2 30 Jardine, Vernon ........ .... 2 42 Jauken, Donna Arehart . . . ....... . 230 Jeffers, Richard .... . . . ......... . 249 Jeffery, Joanne ...... .... 6 ,72,109,242 J ehorek, Donald .,.. .......... 2 42 Jensen, Allen ..... ........ 2 42 Jensen, Ernie .. ............. 135 Jensen, Gary .... .... 7 3, 136, 137, 249 Jensen, Glen .............. ............ 1 36 Jensen, Stanley ............. ....... 2 42 Jergensen, Barbara Murphy .... . . . 4, 54,219 Jesse, Barbara ............. . . 42, 68, 218 Jiede, Ronald ............. . . . 115,242 Johannsen, Connie .... .... 2 30 Johnsen, Arlan ..... .... 2 30 Johnsen, Gary ..... ,... 2 30 Johnson, Barbara. . , ............... . 242 Johnson, Duwayne ...................... 242 Johnson, Frances ...... 42, 77, 78, 82, 143, 219 Johnson, Hal ...... ................ 2 30 Johnson, Jan R. 110,207 Johnson, Janette .... ,,,,,,,, 1 12,207 Johnson, Joanne . . . ............... 230 Johnson, John .. 162,163,164,167 Johnson, Kim .... . ........... 230 Johnson, Karen ...................... 54,219 50111150111 Kathryn .................. 104,230 Johnson, Kathy .... 59,68,84,10S,125,129,219 Johnson, Larry E .................... 65,213 Johnson, Larry G. .. . . . 187,207 Johnson, Larry R. . . .......... 242 Johnson, Marvin .... .......... 6 1,242 Johnson, Maurine . . . . . . 43,78,219,237 Johnson, Morten .... ........... - 61 Johnson, Orville .... . . . 219 Johnson, Pemela .... ..... 2 42 Johnson, Raoul .... .... 8 5,230 Johnson, Sandra .. ..... 242 Johnson, Tim ,..,... .... 9 4,219 Johnson, Virginia ...... ..... 6 5, 136 Johnson, Virginia Lee .. . .......... . 242 Johnston, Kathleen ..... ........ 1 04, 136, 230 Jolliffe, Donna ,...... . ............... 242 Jones, Darrel... 65,110,137,219,224 Jones, David . . . ............... . . 94 Jones, Eunice . . ........ 242 Jones, Jim .... .......... 1 68 Jones, Marsha .... .... 1 12, 136,230 Jones, Roger .... .......... 2 07 Jones, Shirley .. . . . 65,104,207 Jones, Stephen ,... . ....... 242 Jordening, David . . . .... . . 69 Jorgensen, Nelda . . . .... 136,230 Joy, Jane ......... .......... 2 42 Joy, Janice .,.. ....... 1 39, 190,242 Judah, Gerald... .......... , .... . 242 Junker, Gary .... 86,114,165,166,207 Jurgens, Gary. ., .............. , 242 Jurgens, Kay .... .... . .. 68 Jurgens, Nancy ............ ..... 2 42 K Kamrath, Karrol ....... . . 69,82,219 Kanter, Frances . . . .... 82, 242 Karlberg, Orinda . . . Karsten, Maxine .. . Kastens, Dale . . . 140 ....80,100 94 242 230 207 Kaufman, Jerry .... ........... 2 43 Kaup, Neil ....... 164,168 243 Kearney, Ronald ....... . 243 Keating, Kathleen . . . . . . 75 243 Kehl, Rodney ...... 7,94 219 Keim, Merry . . . . ................ . . 243 Keiper, Robert ...... 70,129,134,136,140 243 Kelley, Allen .... 64,134,136,196 207 Kelley, Anita . .. .............. 71 231 Kelley, Sandra . . . .......... . 134 Kelly, Karen .... 80 100 231 Kelsch, Sue ....... ..... 9 7 243 Kelsch, Richard .. . . . . 94 219 Kelsey, Robert .. .... 228 243 Kenton, Jerry . . . ..... 53, 101 Kenyon, Jerry . . . ....... 102,219 Kernan, Judith ..... . . .43,75, 190 231 Kester, Howard .... .... : 86,177 243 Keyser, Michael .... .... 9 5,119 231 Kibby, Rollen .... ................. 2 31 Kiefer, Cheryl .. . .........,....... . 243 Kiesel, Theresa .... . .42,72,77,104,139 231 Kilgore, Willis ....,.................... 168 Kimball, Benjamin .. . ........ 243 Kincaid, Susan ...... ..,. 1 13 243 King, Rose ....... ...... 2 31 Kingsley, Darrell .. . ............... . 231 Kinish, Sarah. ...... .............. 7 5 243 Kinnaman, Carol ....,... 104,l17,ll9,13B 231 Kinnaman, Carroll Jr. ...... 86,176,177 243 Kirk, Robert ........ 55,77,110,205 207 Kissinger, Rodney . . ........ 110, 190 219 Kite, Sidney ....... .............. 2 07 Kittle, Kent . .. ........ . 135 Kjar, Janice . , . .... 96 118 231 Kjar, Joanne ........ .... 1 34 243 Klaasmeyer, Alfred . . ....,... 243 Klapal, Marvin .... 61,83 231 Kleeb, Patti . .. ....... .. 59 Kleeb, Robert .. . ..... . 219 Kleen, Rayoma . . . ..,.... . 231 Kluver, Peggy .... ......... 2 43 Knaub, Diane .... 136,137 231 Knaub, Thomas .... ..... 1 03 243 Knepper, Edgar .... .... 2 31 Knerr, Lynn .... . . . . 207 Kniep, Keith , .... . . . 243 Knight, Ronald . . . . . 98 Knothe, Gary .. . .. 231 Kobza, Fred ... ,.......... . 168 Koch, Carol 75,122 144 207 Koch, Darlene ......... 82 231 Koch, Gilbert , ..... ...... 2 43 Koch, Joyce ........,. .... 1 36 243 Kociemba, Thomas .... .. . 95 243 Koehn, Theodore .... .... 2 31 Koertner, Angela .. . ..... . 136 Kokrda, Ken ..,.... 65 135 Koos, Nancy ........ ......... 1 09 231 Koperski, Theodore ........... 75 231 Kort, Betty ........ 37,54,65 196 208 Kort, Ronald. ....... ......, 5 4 196 208 Kosmicki, Thomas .... ............... 9 4 Koteles, Ronald . . . .... 102,162 163 164 Kovar, Ernest . . . ........,..... . .75 Koyen, Karen .... . .. 55,81,112,219 Kracht, John .. ........... 231 Kraus, Cheryl ..... ......... 1 27 Krause, Sandra .... . 243 Kreutz, Judy ..... ...... 2 31 Kriz, Pamela .... ..... 1 39 243 Krubeck, Judy .................. 97,138 243 Krueger, Judith ...,........,........... 231 Kruml, Edward .. .47 86,102, 162, 165, 178,180 Kruse, Janette .................. 82,113,243 Krutz, Nila ..... ........ 2 43 Kuebler, Garold. . . ... 98,231 Kugler, Loel. . . ....... . 208 Kuhnel, Duane . . . .... 168,243 Kulhanek, Alan . . . . .......... 136,231 Kuo, Hsuan Tsun .... .......,...... 3 4,83 Kutschkau, Wanda ........ 88,134,136,140,243 L Lacy, Gaylord .. . ....... .,. 231 Lacy, Joan ..... ..... 2 43 Laing, Thomas .... ...... 2 31 Lamay, Larry ..... 168,231 Lambert, Ray .... ............. 8 5 Lambley, Carol ..... 53,80,133 243 Lammers, Richard .... 179 208 Lane, Willie ...... . . .... 177, 231 Lapp, Robert ,.... . 53,133,231 Larsen, Marlin . . . ....... . 208 Larsen, Ronald , ....,. 94 219 Larson, Barbara A, . . . ...... . . 243 Larson, Barbara J. . . . ... 10, 97,243 Larson, Victor .... .... 1 14,208 Larson, Jolene .... . .. 96 208 Larson, Lanny .... .... 1 14 231 Larson, Richard . . . . ,... . . 243 Lassen, Gale ....,..................... 219 Lathan, Darla Counts .............. 65,84,219 Lauer , Cheryl.... .... 63,s0,105,136,137, 243 Lauer, Patricia .... .... 5 6, 84, 88, 104, 136, 137, 199, 208 Laughlin, Linda ..... ,,,,,,,, 7 3 Lauritsen, Randall . . . . . . 231 Lavene, Doyle ..... . ,, 249 Layher, Kenneth . . . . . 243 Leaton, Catherine .... ...... 2 19 Leiever, Kenneth ..... ....... 1 10, 231 Lehmkuhler, Charlene . . . ........... . 231 Lehn, Larry ......... .... 4 5, 83 114,208 Lehnert, Marian ..... ........ 6 6, 220 Leitner, Ron .......... . . . 107 249 Lewandowski, Lavern . . . ..... . . . 208 Lewis, Donna ........ .... 9 2, 100 208 Lewis, Dwayne ...... ..... . . . 243 Lheureux, Verlyn ..... . . . . . . 243 Lichtenwalter, Peggy .... . . . 134 243 Lichti, Larry ......... ..... . . . 231 Lichti, Lavonne .... . . .105, 138 243 Licking, Charlotte . . . . . . 11,112 220 Liebers, William . . ..... . . . 208 Liebsack, Gary .... . . 243 Lienemann, Dennis . .. . . . 231 Lierman, Elroy .. . . .. .73 231 Lind, Galyn . . . ...... 168, 208 Lindau, Jim ....... ......... . . . 164 Lindekugel, Ruth . . . .... 84, 92, 100,231 Linden, Sallie ....... ...... . . . 243 Lindsay, Raymond .. . . . . 231 Lindvall, Gordon . . . . . . . 243 Little, Jim ...... ................ 1 68 Livingston, Vicki . . .... 10,73,113, 118, 153, 243, 246 Lockhart, Sara ..... . . 231 Logemann, Judith . . . . . 63,64,208 Long, Douglas .... . . . 4,196,208 Long, Keith Jr. .. . ...... . .243 Long, Marsha . . .... 231 Loontjer, Susan . . . . 68,243 Lord, Georgia ..... .............. 4 3 Lorentzen, Deanna . . . .....,........ . 243 Loschen, Gloria . .. .... 5,68, 105, 136,243 Loschen, James . . . .............. . 243 Loschen, Terry . . . ..... 136, 137,220 Losey, Richard . . . ........... . 243 Love, Larry ,..... ........... 6 168 Lubeck, Darlene ..... .... 6 , 52, 54, 68, 220 Ludington, Barbara . . . ............ . 243 Luebbe, Richard . . . . . 103,243,246 Luehr, William .... ......... 2 32 Lueking, Kay . . . ...... . 208 Lum, Claudette . . . . . 82 243 Lundin, Diana ..... .... 2 43 Lundquist, Cheryl .... .... 2 32 Lurvey, Betty ,................. .,...... 9 6 Luther, Nancy ...............,..... 82,208 Lynch, Barbara. . 11, 38,55,79, 80, 112,232,233 Lynch, Karolyn ......................... 243 M Maas, Marilyn .......... . . . 69, 82 232 Mader, Marcia ......, ...... 2 43 Maggiacorno, William .... ....... 1 68 Magnuson, Stephen . . . , ..... . . . 220 Mahin, Calvin ..... . , . 65, 93 208 Mahin, Joyce Cohn .. . . . 104, 139,208 Maiefski, Christine .... ....... 2 32 Malin, Lynette ,...... . . 71,243 Malone, Gary ...., 136,232 Mangold, Phillip . . . .... . 209 Manning, David ............ ...... 2 32 Mannlein, Sharon ...........,. . . . 68,232 Manuel, Kathleen Reinertson . . . . . . 96, 208 Mardock, William .......... .......... 2 43 Maring, Mary ........ .... ...... 7 1 , 243 Marker, Doralie ....,......, 86,136 137,232 Marker, Georgia Wilhelm . . . ......... . . . 220 Markus, Wayne ......... . . . 63, 114, 232 Markussen, John . . .......... 45, 59 Marshall, William . . . ............. . 209 Mart, Wayne ....... .. . 134,136 137,249 Martens, Alan . . . .......,..... . 243 Martin, Bruce . . . ...... . 243 Martin, Carolyn . , . ......... 249 Martin, Doug . . . Martin, Larry . .. Thomas .... Charles Martin, Mason, Mason, Terry .. . .. 163,165,175 .... 46,94,86 Mason. Vera .... .............. Mathews, Janet .,., . .. 72 134 135 Mathiasen, Judith .... ........... Mator, Marsha ..... , .... . Mattke, Richard .. . . . . .114 Mattson, Kent Matom, Peggy ..... .... 4 Maxwell, Virginia . . . . . . . 42 May, Kent . ....... ...... 8 6 May, Maurice . . . .... 86 187 May, Richard ......................... Mazanec, Sandra ..................... 73 McAfee, Mary .... 78,104,128,149,l97,199 McCabe, Robert .................... McCall, Lela ...... McCarthy, Lynn. . . . . MQCarthey, Richard . . . 243 243 244 244 ,244 232 .103 ,220 102 ,209 244 ,220 ,220 245 ,232 ,209 165 .245 124 220 Pfeil, Rene ......... McCarty, Marlene ..... .... 1 0, 105, 139, 244 McCarville, Elizabeth .. ............. 244 McClurg, Carol ....... . . . 101,232,233 McCon, Garold. . . ...... . 225 McConahay, Neil . .. . . . 110,209 McConnell, Don ......................., 168 McConnell, Warren .................... 168 McCord, Larry.. .86,102,162, 163, 167, 168, 220 McCormick, Garnie .................... 102 McCormick, Lanny ..... .... ....... 6 4 ,220 McCoy, Robert ...... . . . . 209 McCreight, Leon ...... .... 2 44 McCullough, Barbara .... .... 7 1,232 McDermott, James .--. .---- 2 44 McDonald, Robert - - - - - - 244 McElfresh, James -- - .--------'----- - 244 McFarland, Gwen . . . ............4... . 209 McGahan, William ....... 57,136,137,140,209 McCraw, Clayton . .57, 88 134,135, 136, 140, 209 McGraw, Dennis ...... ..... ............. 2 4 4 McIntyre, Richard . . . . . . 220 McKee, James ---244 McKnight, Lyle ..... , .... 244 McLaughlin, Martin . . . .... 7 5, 134 McMahon, Judy ...... ..... 2 44 McMahon, Tom ..... . . . 187 McMullen, Lynda .... ..... . 244 McMurtry, Mary ... . .. 6,97,244 McNeel, Karen , . . .....,....... 244 McNeff, Sherry .... .......... 1 38,244 Mcneymds, Gaia ..... .... 1 10, 129, 130,232 McRoberts, Jacqualyn. . . .......... .104, 220 Mead, si-.mira ......... ......... 5 3,104 Meade, Judith . ..... ........ 2 44 Medbery, Wilbert .... ............. . .63, 69 Meeske, Enid .... ........... 1 04,137,209 Meier, Betty . .. 42,59,69,84,220,232 Meier, Bill . .... ................ 1 01 Meismer, James ...... 86 232 Memming, Linda . . . .... 38,108,232 Meredith, Alvin ..... ................. 2 44 Meredith, Janice . . . ........... 136, 139, 244 Messman, Lorene .... 10, 73, 101,136, 137 244 Meyer, Alan ....... . .. ...........,..... 244 Meyer, Geraldine .... ........ .2 21 Meyer Jerry ...... .... 1 06,209 Meyer, John 63,64,209 Meyer, Roger .... ......... 2 32 Meyers, Gilbert .. ........... 244 Micek, Pamela . . . . . 75, 84,220,221 Michalek, John .. ........... 244 Miles, Elizabeth . . . .... .. 74 Miner Dean ...Z ... 30,98 Miller Carolyn ..., . . . 75,244 Miller Diane .... ...... 2 44 Miller Jolynn . . . .... 134,244 Miller, Luree ........ .......... 8 7,244 Miller Peggy Rogers .. . . . 63, 100,195,221 Miller, Robert ...... ....... 1 14,232 Miller, Rodney .... ...,.. 5 9,232 Miller Rosemary . . . .... 105,139,237 Miller Stanley .... ....... 5 5,89 Miller Warren . . . ....... . 244 Mills, Gail ..... ..... 6 9, 82, 244 Miner, Mack ...... . . . 77, 79,102,221 Minnick, Barbara . . . ...... 96,221 Mireau, Gary ...... .......... 1 76,177 Mizner, Dixie ....... , ................. 244 Mock, Lillian ............ 69,82,108,220,221 Moeller, Carol Bertram ............ 197,209 Mohler, Harold ........... .... 1 36,213,232 Monson, Barbara ....... ...... 7 2,244 Monson, Karen ...... .... 1 12,209 Montgomery, Arlyn .... ...... 2 44 Moomey, Douglas . . . . . . 244 Moomey, Kenneth ...................... 232 Moon, James .....,................... 232 Moor, Winana ..... 56,88,134,136,137,140,232 Moore, Daniel ................... 86,176,177 Moore, Larry ..... ........... 7 3,244 Moorhead, Donna .... .... 4 2,65, 73, 82,232 Morey, James .... 47,57,77,88,1l0, 130,134. 140,232 Morgan, Donald 79,86,110,232 Morin, Donna ..... ... 74, 82, 109,244 Morris, Stephen ..... ........ 9 4,232 Morrison, Madellan . . . .... . 244 Mortensen, Dolores , , .... 84,232 Moseley, Barbara . . . ..... . 244 Moseley, Dixie . . . ....... . 244 Mosher, Judith .. ... 87,136,244 Mosier, Gary .... ........ 2 44 Mosier, Marilyn . . ........ 68 Mott, June ....... .... 1 39,244 Mousel, Daniel . . . ...... . 209 Mousel, Evelyn .... .............. 1 05,139 Muehling, Dennis ....... 106, 134, 135, 136, 137 Muehling, Karen . . ................ 209 Mueller, Adele ... . . . 97,134, 138,244 Murray, Patricia . . . ........... . 244 Murrish, Danny , . . . . . 110,232,237 Myer, Roger .... .......... 1 11 Myers, Janet .... ......... 1 12,221 Myers, Patricia .. . . . . 38, 108, 118,232 Myers, Richard ....... 221 N Nass, Dorothy .......... . . . 69 Nagel, Jim .... . . . 61 Nelsen, Lois .. . . . 232 Nelson, August . . . . .. 86,94 Nelson, James .. . ..... . 221 Nelson, Jerald .. . .... 126,209 Nelson, June . - ...... 84,209 Nelson, Linda .... . . . 134,232,244 Nelson, Lonnie . . . ....... . 244 Nelson, Lynn ...... ........ 2 49 Nelson, Margaret .... ........ 7 1, 139 Nelson, Mary . .... .. . 134, 136,244 Nelson, Patricia . . .......... 71 Nelson, Sylvia .... ..... 9 7, 134,244 Nemecek, Veldon .... ...,.......... 2 21 Nemecek, Victoria .. . .. 51, 59, 84, 197,209 Neubauer Carl . . . . .. 57,88, 134,140,209 Neustrom, Melody . .. .... 4, 55, 61, 122, 144, 197 , 198, 210 Newcomb Charlene .... ....,.. 1 36,244 Newman, Nelson ..... ........ 2 44 Newman, Pamela .... ...... 1 05,244 Newman, Pauletta .. . .... 87,105,244 Nielsen, Dan ..... ...... 1 14,221 Nielsen, Roger ..... ..... 2 44 Nienaber, David . . . .......... . 232 Nienhueser, Larry . . . ................ . 244 Nissen, Joann ............... 73,l05,136,244 Noble, Mary ...... 5,6,52,96,117,128,132 Norblade, Clark. .86 6,162, 163, 164,190, 232 Nordstrom, Terry ...................... 244 Noren, Carl ........... ..... 5 2, 89, 244 Norman, Elizabeth ..... .... 7 0,136,244 Nosal, Jack ......... ......... 1 02, 187 Novosad, Patricia .... . . . 88, 112,136, 137 Nun, Gorlyn ......... .......... 8 2,221 Nun, Jenene Stanley . . . .... . 232 Nunn, Carolyn ....... . . . 72,245 Nutt, Monte ...... . . . 82,232 Nutt, Wendell .... . . . ..... . 221 Nutter, Douglas .............,...... 136,245 Oberg, Barbara.. . 56, 68, 104, 129, 134, 136,221 Oberg, Marilyn ............, 105, 135, 136, 232 Obermier, Duane .............. 54, 55, 61,221 O'Brien, Carolyn .... .......... 1 97,210 Ochsner, Sally .... ............... 2 45 Odean, Olinda ....... .... 1 0,78,118,136,245 Odstrcil, Francis . . . ......,........ . 245 Oelschlager, Bud .... ............... 9 5 Olinger, Patricia .... . . . 42 , 69, 134, 245 Olsen, Sheryl .... . . . 92, 112, 118,233 Olson, Carol J. . . ....... 136,245 Olson, Carol Y. . . . . 82,221 Olson, Harvey ..... ........... 2 33 Olson, Jennifer .... ............. 2 45 Olson, Marilyn .. . 59,108,136,233 Olson, Mary . . . ......... . 210 Oison, Milton .... . . . . . 232 Olson, Pamela ..... . . . 233 Omara, Kenneth . . . ....... . . 75 Opitz, Karen . . . ........ 42,210 Oran, Peggy ......... ...... 6 5,104,136 Orr, Louise .......... . ........... 73,245 Osentowski, Francis . . , .... . Otto, Steven . . . . ..... . Overholser, Leo Jr. Overy, Richard ...... . Owens, James ............ Pace, Page, Carroll .... . . . . . Carolee .. . .. . Palmer , Alice ...., Palmer, Jeanette .... Pantenburg, Robert . . . Patterson, Roger Paulsen, Gary .... Paulson, Patricia . .. Paustian, Linda .. . Paxson, Thomas. . . Paxton, Anna .... 54,55,61,77,81,96 ....114 ...64 . ...... 61 102,134,135,221 210 . 86 233 245 233 ,221 . 82 245 210 ,221 245 221 .. . 61,136,221 . ...... 107 ,245 73,82,84,210 Payne, Charles . . . .......,.. . , 98 Pearson, Jean . . . .... . . 68 Peer, James ...... ...... 2 45 Pehrson, Richard .... .... 1 14,233 Penny, Lynn ..... ......... 8 9 Penry, Kandis .... . . . 74,109,245 Person, Kent .... ........ .1 34 Peters, Eleanor . . . . . . 71,245 Peters, Kathie .... .................. 2 33 Peters, Lois ..... ................... 2 10 Petersen, Donald ..... 46,86,159,l77,180,210 Petersen, James ................. 11,941,222 Petersen, John . . . . . . 86, 177,245 Peterson, Floyd . .. .......... . 221 Peterson,,Jean ... . 80,82,24l,245 Peterson, Karen E. ... . . . 84, 136, 140,221 Peterson, Karen S. ..... ...,...... 9 6,233 Peterson, Sue Andrews ....., 11, 112, 148, 226 Petska, Mary ..... 56,88,134,135,136,137,210 Pettit, Stan ..... ....................... 8 5 Pfeil, Larry 114,222 Pflum, Phares, Judy ..... Phelan, Kay . . . Evangeline .... Phelps, Doris . . .... Phelps, Vincent ...... Phillips, Bernard Jr. . . Phillips, Sharon . . . ....s9,245 ....87,210 ........1a9,24s .. 78,87,104,122, 144,198,211 ...7a,109,2as ..........2aa ............245 73,82,134 ,233 Pierce, Sa.ndra . . . ....... 87,222 Pierce, Susan . . . . . 42,211 Pierson, Arnold . . . . . 71,222 Piller, Bruce ...... . . . . 245 Pinkerton, Leslee .... ,,,, , 38 Pittenger, Linda ,,,, . l l 245 Pittman, Jerry ,,, , , , 245 Plock, Vaughn , ,, .,,, , 166 Plotner, Gary, , , , , ,,,, 130, 222 Povvck. Paul ...... ..,.. ........ ... 95 Poffenberger, Christine ,,,, , ,, 73,105,245 Pohlmann, Mary ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 8,245 Pope, Joyce ,.... .... 6 9, 233 Portenier, Jack ,, ,, , 106,233 Porter, Dick , , , ,,,, , 245 Porter, Phyllis . . . .... 72,245 Potter, Judy . . ..... 82,245 Potts, Henry 83,110,211 Powell, Thomas- . . ...... . 233 Pratt, Timothy .... . . . 114,233 Prescott, David ..... ...... 7 2 Presler, Margaret ... .. . 105, 136 Price, Bonnie ...... .......... X . 245 Price, James . . . ........... 106,211 Price, Susan .... . .. 129,137, 141,245 Prieto, Teresita .... .... 5 6,75,136,211 Proett, Patricia ................ 71, 134, 245 Proskocil, Erma . .,.,...........1...... 245 Prososki, Marilyn , .6, 37, 49, 59, 75, 84, 101, 233 Province, Gary ......... 124, 126,129, 136, 246 Purdy, Ken . . . . ................ 176,177 Purintun, Jerry ......... .... 4 6,73,190,233 Q Quick, Ted ..... .......... 8 8,111,134,246 Quinn, Clayton .... . . . ............ . 211 Quist, Lois ............. 1a,s4,104,222 R Rademaoher, Jack .... . .... 75,233 Ramsey, Richard . . . ...... . 106 Ransom, Maurice 4,84,211 Rasmussen, Carol .. . ......... . 233 Rasmussen Dale .. . .,.. 110, 168,211 Rasmussen, Gary . . . ....... 86,222 Rasmussen Gary E, . ....... 166,168,222 Rasmussen, James ..................... 233 Rasmussen, Randall ...... 86, 162, 163, 165,166 Rath, Karen ......... ........... 2 33,237 Rauert, Glenn . . .,... 249 Raymond, John 237 Real, Charles ..... ....... . . . 222 Recker, Nancy . . .... .... 1 36,140,246 Redenbo, Kathleen .... .... 1 34, 246 Reed, Barbara ...... ..... 2 46 Reeder, Timothy . . . . . . . . 74 Reier, Barbara . . . .... . 246 Reier, Gerald . . . . . 233,246 Reiner, Kenneth . . . .... . 246 Reiners, Donald . . ...... 75 Reiter, Judy . . . ............ 71,233 Remaly, Carol . . ................ 233 Renner, Terry . . . . . 46, 162, 163, 164, 166 Renter, Joy. ..... ........ 1 0,113,246 Renter, Dennis ...... ......... 8 6, 93,102 Reynolds, Richard .... ....... 2 34 Reynolds, Rodney .... .... 2 46 Rezac, Gary ....... ....... 2 34 Rezac, Ron . . , ....... ..... 7 9,102 Rhoadarmer, Clydene . . . .... 61,73,222 Rholl, Gary ........ ......... , 59 Rhynalds, Susan ........ ....... 2 34 Rice, Arlene Hanneman . . . . . 213,246 Rich, Don ........,.... ....... 1 77 Rich, Marvin ..... .......... 2 34 Richards, Chalice . . . .... 55, 81,225 Richards, Winnie .... . . . 84, 105,234 Richardsen, Weldon . . . ...., 71,249 Richardson, Fred . . . . ..... . . 211 Richardson, Jim ,, , H 114,167 Richman, John .. 86,102 Richman, Lynda . .. .... 113,246 Richter, Thomas .... , , , 75,246 Ridenour, Robert .... ....... 2 46 Rider, Leora ..... ,,,, 5 3,133 Riege, Ivan ...... ,,,, 6 9, 234 Rieke, Terry .... ,,,,,,,, 2 11 Ripp, Robert ..... ...... 1 36, 137 Ritterbush, Judith .... . . . 100,101, 147 Ritterbush, Ronald . .. ...... 102,211 Ritz, Janene ..... . .......... 246 Ritz, Lynn .,.. ,.... 1 65,168,234 Rizer, Kay ..... .. . 88, 136,137,246 Robare, Diane . . . ............ . 246 Roberts, Gerald . . . ......... . 243 Robertson, Gary . . . ..,. , 187 Robinson, Mary . . . ... 82,246 Robinson, Scott ......... . . . . 102 Robirds, Douglas ......... ..... 2 22 Robirds, Elverna Walker .... . . . 136,246 Rockafellow, Donald ...... ...... 2 11 Rockafellow, Marlene . . . ..... . . 96 Rockwell, Daniel ...... .... 6 3, 79 Rodehorst, Kay ...... . . . 4, 197 Roeser, Herbert .. . .......... 134,246 Rogers, Dia.nn .. . . .. 108, 109, 143,234 Roggenkamp, Guy. . . ......... 75,246 Rookstool, Darlene . . . . . . 136,237 Rose, Robert ...... . . . 69,211 Rosenberg, Janet . . . . . . . 234 Rosenlof, Juanita . . . . . 96,211 Rosfeld, Randy . .... .... 2 22 Roslansky, Arlene ..1. . . . 222 Ross, Karen .......... . .. 70,246 Rothmeyer, Lawrence .... ..... 7 5 Rouse, Linda ........ .... 2 ll Routh, Larry ...... ...... 6 9,234 Rundstrom, James . .. 81,106,211 Rupp, Linda ...................... 112,211 Ryan, Gloria ....................... 73, 222 Ryman, Melva ..... 42,72,84,104,143,198,211 S Saathoff, Sharon ....... ....... 8 7 , 139, 246 Safarik, Carol .... .... 4 2, 96,152,234 Sailors, Jaunetta . . . ..... 96, 136, 137 Salisbury, Myrtle . . ..... 190, 234 Sallinger, Larry. . . . ...... 179, 181 Salmen, Zona .... .... 4 ,68,84,222 Samp, Rodney ..... ............ 2 46 Samuelson, David . . . . .............. . 246 Samuelson, Victoria .. . . .. 88, 129, 136,246 Sanburg, Judith ...... .............. 2 46 Sanders, Janyce Sanderson, Rita ........52 58,61,84 Sanderson, Ruth . . . .... 73,246 Sandoz, David .... . . . 106,211 Sandy, Charles . . . .............. . 234 Sarver, Cheryl . . . .............. 68, 246 Satterly, Allan ... . . . 93,102, 103, 181,211 Sawyer, Glenn .,.. ....... 7 1,88,l36,234 Schaad, Dee . . . . . Schaefer, James . . . Schafer, Gary ..... Schaffert, Mary .... Schauer, Linda . . . Schauer, Lynn .... Scheel, Donald Scherff, Roy . . . , . . ......... . 115, .. .. 134,178, .. .... 102, Scheuneman, Neil. . . . . ....... . . ...... 73, 237 246 139 136 234 234 102 246 234 Scheve, Mary .. . 42, 117, 122, 144, 199,205,211 Schimek, Louis .....,...,..... .......... 2 46 Schinkel, Larry ...... .... 2 11 Schirkofsky, James .... ....... 2 46 Schlager, Penny ...... . . . 136,246 Schlaman, Robert . . ...... 246 Schmaderer, Jim . . . ........... . 168 Schmale, Donna . . .... 56,82,136,234 Schmidt, Dianne .... ........... 2 46 Schmidt, Norma .... . . . 69,234 Schmidt, Sandra . . . . . . 113,246 Schmitt, Don .... ......... 2 34 Schmitz, Elaine .... . . . . 75, 101,246 Schmoker, Dennis . . . . . . 110, 211 Schnase, Katherine . . . . . 113, 246 Schnase, Patricia . . . ...... . 246 Schneider, Allen .... . . . 177,225 Schneider, Donna .... ......... 7 5, 88, 246 Schobourg, Charles ................. 107, 246 Schroeder, Janice ...... 42,58,69,80,84,100, 199,190,211 Schroer, Lynette . . . .............. . . 82 Schroer, Sally ..... .............. 2 47 Schubert, Marjean . . . .... 56, 68, 136, 222 Schuett, Loren . . . .......... . 234 Schukei, Diane . . . . . . 234 Schukei, Sharon ..... . . . 222 Schuller, Ronald .... . . . 247 Schulte, Mary ...... ....... 2 34 Schulte, Raymond . . . ........ 75,247 Schulte, Robert .... .... 7 5, 126, 247 Schultz, Delbert ..... .............. 2 47 Schultz, Margaret .... .... 7 0, 84, 134, 234 Schuman, Jim ......... ........... 2 49 Schwaderer, Marjorie . . . . . 136, 137,247 Schwartz, Johnny ...... .... .... . 2 34 Schweitzer, Jerry . . . . . . 71,222 Schworer, Dennis .... .... 6 3, 234 Scott, Frances .... ........... 2 22 Scott, Patricia .. . .... 84,108,234 Scott, Sandra . . .... 82, 136,247 Scott, Steven . . .......... 211 Scott, Thelma .... .... . ...... 2 34 Seaman, Jo ........ .... 4 2,96, 134,234 Sedlacek, Kenneth . . . .......... . 222 Sedlacek, Thomas . . . ..... . 247 Seifert, Darrell .... . . . 64,212 Seiffert, Garth ..... . . . 71 Sellenrick, Arnola . . . . . . 222 Sells, Larry ...... .... . . . 106 Shacklett, Pamela ......... 234 Shaffer , Gloria ..... 79,104,234 255 75 ,225 Woodward, Joe . . . . . 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............,. . 247 Steenson, Teddy .. . ............... 59 223 Steinke, Janet ..... ,, 88,134,136,140,247 Stenehjem, Judith . . ............... 223 Stengel, Larry , . . . . . . 13, 162 166 Sterling, Riley .... ......... 2 23 Steven, Jill ...... . . . 80,247 249 Stevens, Dennis . . . ........ . 235 Stevens, Linda .... .... 7 3, 82, 223 Stevens, Lloyd .... ......... 2 12 Stevens, Russell .... .... 2 12 Steward, Charles . . . . . . . 235 Stewart, Judith .... .... 2 47 Stewart, Stanley . . . . . . . 223 Stewart, Susan .... . . . 247 Stickney, Gary ..... . . . 187 Stine, Gary ..... ..... 1 77 Stine, Jerry . . . ....... . 247 Stine, Judith .... 68,71,234 Stineznan, Janet . . . ...... . 212 Stineman, Philip .... . . . 177,212 Stock, Jo ...... ......... 2 47 Stohl, Cheryl .. . . . 82,96, 235 Stohl, Gary 63,64,212 Story, Becky ..... ........ 2 47 Stovall, George,Jr. . ..... 140,247 Stovall, Nancy .... . . . 136,137,212 Strand, Stephen .... ........... 2 47 Stratmen, Karen . . . .......,..... . 212 Strobl, Richard . . . . .. 93,106,205,212 Strohmyer, Harry ., . ......... 86,106,223 Stromer, Jerry ...4,52,68,78,84.223 Stromer, Leon . . . ............... . 247 Struebing, Donna . . ..... 136 Stubbe, Paul .... ...... 1 02 Stuckert, Jerry .... ....... 1 65,178 Stuhr, Merlin .... .......... 6 9,247 Stull, David ...... . .. 57,134,137,223 Stutzman, Bruce. . . ............ . 247 Stuver, Bob ...... ........... 1 68 Styskal, Carol .... .... 5 2,97,235 Sugden, Wendy .... ........ 2 23 Sunderland, Jack ...... . . . 168 Sundquist, Gwendolyn . . . . , 223 Sunia, Marilyn ...... .,... 2 23 Sunia, Pita .... . ...... 235 Swatos, Ruth ..... ... 92, 96, 97 Swager, Charles ., .......... 247 Swanson, Connie.. . ...,. 4,112,212 Swanson, Marvin . . .. . 59, 80, 197,212 Swedlund, Larry. , . ....... 114,223 Sweley, Carol ..... . . . . 97,241,247 Sybrant, Darrel ........ ..... 7 1,212 T Talbot, Ron .... ..... . . 61 Tams, Gayle .. . . .. . . 247 Taverner, John .... ....... 2 35 Taylor, Donald . . ........ 235 Taylor, Jamesu. ..,.65,70,235 Taylor, Joe . . . .................... 247 Taylor, Judy ... ..................... . 247 Taylor, Linda ..... 6,52,124,125,127,136,137 Teague, Rich . . ...................... 249 Teel, Jeanne ..... ,...... 2 47 Terry, John ....... .... 2 12,223 Thatcher, Fredrick . . . ...... . 247 Thayer, Ernest ..... .....,.... 8 3,247 Thayer, Vic ....... ........... 1 68,235 Theis, Karen ..... .... 3 1,54,73,59,212 Theobald, Charles . . . ............. . 247 Theobald, Kelly . . . ....,... . . 85 Thomalla, Gary . . . .......... . 247 Thomas, Elaine ... . .. 36, 96, 122, 144 Thompson, Jan .... ........... 2 47 Thomsen, Marilyn .. . . . . . . . 247 Thomsen, Sandra .... ..... 2 35 Thurin, Richard . . . ...... . 223 Tice, James ..... .... 2 46,247 Tickle, Melvin ...... ....... 2 12 Tiessen, Glenwood .... ...... 1 90, 225 Tiessen, John .. ..... . 46,64,225 Tiff, Roy ......... ....... 2 47 Titkemeier, Deloy . . . .... 69,235 Todd, Nancy ....... ..... 2 47 Toepfer, Elberta . . . . . 247 Tooley, Frances . . .. 247 Tooley, John ..... ..... 7 5 Toombs, Joann ...... ...... 2 47 Trambly, Theodore . . . .... 110,212 Trentman, Sandra .,.. .... 7 5,223 Trew, Margery Wolf . . . .... . 212 Trihy, Sheila ........ 75,235 Triplett, Elaine ..... ..... 2 49 Trotter, Frances .... ............. 2 23 Troutman, Ronald . . . ........... 57,223 Troxel, Sterling , . . . . . 4, 13, 162,164,212 Truax, Herb ..... ................ 7 3,126 Truax, Janet ........................... 71 Trueman, LaDonna. . . .4, 11, 77, 96, 216, 220, 237 Trumble, Barbara ..................,. 7 5,235 Trumler, Franz ...... . . . 98,223 Tuma, Charlotte ........ . . . 73,235 U Udofia, Ikpe, Benjamin . .. , ...... 69,247 Uhrich, Diane ........ .............. 8 2 Ulnmel, Dennis .... 71,8S,136,248 Unger, Donald .... ........... 2 25 Unger, Phyllis . . . , , 136 Unick, Kenneth , , Urbauer, Lana , Vanarsdall, Wilda. .. 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