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

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V?:j,l.4,.i Vg I V 4 "iV'f.. x'Vf'f'.in'. -if'V.5fs'.a'F3"'J2iS279HV1k5iiQJf5k' 5VQ:i"5i5.Qd:WZ-TT4-'Vi' Lfiiihynmlk E,V'f,i!'f'.: 'e'.'.-S.x1':i'Ns'5r'Vi.::ff +6A:CgY.,'iM. -fkfswi " " Af STATE Qsxel 1905 00 Y' i 4K 1 r J ' 'X N 1 'J'-S 3f'5-F.Y1l'Cl'YAFg I -H B ?:,N NEBRASKA 66 LUE KEARNEY STATE COLLEGE A Z A 4 V ,xbx Q6 2 rf.. X. 5, W 12 we .K Q - --WV 71577: -- "':l'iN an 6 Y wy.xx.l -fx - Y I ' ,Er-' 23 5' Xe . er- :E 2 .f-g5'a9'f-'il ia: 1 m gpm- -4 . S ki E ww-I A 'gi , - lg.i'-'g"?,fu I L' N. 8 -. -r A N...,A . r. - :!1F..:'-+Q.aFEi ,an ii'- . I - -. 1. fl . , . , . '53 "5-35 ' - 2- Q . ff""CHY'i'T::iFD"' -5 airs- .. - - - 5 f Gf!"'ig""" 1- ,E4 ,F , 4 Richard Hodtwalker-Editol' Leslie Hausman-Business M gr. Donald Briggs-Adviser Kearney, Nebraska Volume 49 TABLE of CONTENTS 1 1 1965-66 at Kearney State Biggest, Best Year Yet Nearly 1600 freshmen began their college careers at Keamey State College this year bringing the total 1965- 66 Hrst semester enrollment to 3790. This biggest of all classes seems, however, only part of a trend which prom- ises to sweep this college into the role of Nebraskals second university. For freshmen as well as retuming upperclassmen, the campus was bigger in all respects. There was a new 400 bed men's dormitory ready for residence and a new women s dorm was under construction. The new science building, now Bruner Hall, was more than half com- pleted. It will be ready for classes next August. To top oil one year's expansion, the college acquired another 119 acres of land. In most respects, things were better this year too. Forty-nine new faculty members joined the ranks bring- ing the teaching staff to a new high of 204. Two parking lots had been paved during the summer, then reserved for faculty. The Union snack bar sported new booths. Old Men's Hall was now a women,s dormitory. There were new sidewalks and new lights lining them. All in all the campus was ready for the biggest and best year in its history. 4" sr' rf' , vs...w,X V sw., .... .. i was , HVQQZC-Q Q rkxkw -x Q I n Confusion Relgned For most students, the first week before classes is too hectic to allow time for noticing changes on campus. Life becomes a continuous round of rush parties, orienta- tion sessions, all-night get-acquainted sessions in dormi- tory rooms, and coke dates in the Union. Students were treated to a season football preview their first Saturday night on campus when Kearney got the jump on Eastern Montana 10-0. There was the business of actually becoming a student during that first week too. Confusion reigned at regis- tration and it seemed there was always one more check to write. Tuesday night the all school picnic . . . Wfednes- day morning - classes. ""W"M-rw-,,M,,,,m Tomorrow--Classes ww ,W Vw W, ,, , , um ' Q ' .i1.,qs'IfQ4-"' ,Q -wwf , ,WT ,Aww V V Z,.f,,Mv -A I ff ' n 1 n AQUL -Q ,- - ,,. ,, f.-:Q"4b 53 v-fhh. ADMINISTRATION X, ,- ,y f v ' 1 .JJ 1 , f .. .J 'GT93 Dr F l.Brown Newest Member 1 5: ,,vE'11:b -szff-gg:-.:1. '- ' N fix 25, ??3f:". " .N ' fx -.-yeeap 3- .5.,,. X ,. - - Seven men, and four college presidents meet at least once a month to help higher education progress in Nebraska. The State Normal Board, appointed by the Governor, sets policies, makes rules, and helps guide the four state colleges. Kearney,s representa- tive is Iames Knapp, local attorney. Each of the other three colleges has a local member who helps the college administration plan for the future. The men serve without pay and the entire state owes them thanks. Meeting new board member Dr. F. J. Brown and his wife are Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Horner. Dr. Hassel makes the introductions. . fx Q QM--:+f 33:5-N: . X, ' ' ff a if td' - xox X ALA --EM X X A .- Mx. Nw, ,Q - X aiiiisvw x -9,3 5, A v xiii? 1. W2 fi K, . su n --v'-:ti 'ffl' ,.pl.vn5g ' QW N 4 :55 . 35 X . 5 v Q A 5 fa- . wx wa, .. Ne., V., ' w sk, 52 fili- ,Q 'VIA m e Ik X ui? 'wi 1 r A ,, 4323 , ',.,'2f, 'iz'-'34 z 'faf?fi iv" 4. '55 1434. , ei: ' ,U'. Ja Hx? 31. 'N K f sidentMiltonl. Hasse lll Meeting the contestants at the American Royal Beauty pageant gives Dr. Hassel an opportunity to greet campus coeds each September. Dr. Hassel ls Busy Man s College President lex ,, Dr. Hassel discusses state business with State Senator Crandall following a noon luncheon in the Nebraskan. As a Director of the Kearney Chamber of Commerce, the Kearney State president serves the community as well as the College. Dr. Hassel helps welcome jet plane service to Kearney. While presiding at Commencement Exercises, Dr. Hassel get the pleasure of recognizing former faculty members. ln January, he made the announcement that the 400-bed men's residence hall would be named Lyle E. Mantor Hall for Men. x X gf .+I Qa fx X. A , Ki: A.-L . sg Wy' 915: xx The Administration Bulldmg first construction started In 1905. Deans Gaer, Stutheit Keep Tab on Faculty, Students The dean of instruction and dean of students work with the teaching faculty and more than 3,700 students each school day. They plan the semester schedule, in cooperation with the division chairmen, take care of student problems, and assist the Presi- dent When asked. Dr. Gaer is chairman of the Academic Affairs committee and Mr. Stutheit is in charge of the Student Standards committee. Bemhard F. Stutheit Dean of Student Personnel Services Stovall, Dr. Todd Work With Budget, Buildings Marvin R. Stovall Director of Business Affairs Day and night, 52 weeks per year, members of the administrative staff work toward making Kearney State the best college in America. Mr. Marvin Stovall is the director of business affairs and is directly concemed with Herbert L. Cushing Coliseum-home of the dripping roof during January. Thousands of Kearney Staters and other central Nebraskans use this facility each year as basketball, swimming, indoor track, graduation, and other meetings and classes are held here. 1 bw-'N we-pr Dr. james E. Todd Administrative Assistant the budget. He works with the state budget staff and with the college personnel. Dr. James Todd is director and is in charge of building planning struction as well as assisting President Hassel. research and con- CI 15 . xx. .x x wi? 1 Dr. MQTOH L. Holm Director of Graduate Studies Graduate Division, Business Office Gets New Offices Dr. Myron L. Holm continues as director of the graduate division. He has been the only head of the division since it was formed more than 10 years ago. He is directly responsible for all graduate instruction and for the program and classes made available. This year he worked on NCATE visit and reports along with 90 other staf-I members. Dale Ingram became business office manager on lime 1 when Charles Bauer went to Wisconsin. He has been in charge of the new budgetary plans as sug- gested by the state officials. R. I. Ehly, his assistant, Works closely with Mr. Ingram and Mr. Stovall. He and Mr. Ingram and staff take all moneys and tuition collected and deposit it in local banks for transferral to Lincoln. The auxiliary gym, used for years by all college students for all athletic classes now does double duty as nurse's quarters, and classrooms as well as gymnasium. Dall: Ingram Business Office Mgr. 'W' R. J. Ehly Business Office Assistant Registrars and Placement J. H. Horner Registrar and Director of Admissions Bureau DirectorHelp Solve Enrollment Problems As Director of Data Processing Earl Rademocher checks, Registrar J. H. Horner announces that "another class is closed." Earl Rademacher Ass't. Registrar and ' t r of Drrec 0 Data Processing rr-ss, ,ga A. 0. Thomas campus school for nearly 40 years has been used by the Kearney Public Schools for the past two school terms. Del Danker DireCt0r Of Placement Bureau Student Personnel stuff kept busy this year what with Bronco Days. spring days. an- other -LOO bed residence hall to oversee. etc. Dr. Siemers joined the statt as dean of men and quickly plunged into the task and was wannly welcomed by all on campus. Mr. Hoxvitt was appointed director of all housing, both on-campus and off-campus. Much of Mrs. Sisler,s time - in addition to the usual work - was spent with AWS as the group continued to progress. fl , F s - ,QL . r...r...1:-,fg Q, i ia ' V . -TW: QE.. L - I -1:1 Page ,. vs me . Q., Y 4 2:2 i f M W rg MV' -, . . 5111 'I Y ,ff Q l if f f , 2,1 ' "WZ Meth ...MH THE NEBRASKAN food center is now two years old. Built from the sale of revenue bonds the center will seat 1,000 at a time and more than 3500 can be fed an hour. The campus housing office is also located there. Student Personnel Staff Keeps Tab on Student Activities K' Dr. Curtis B. Sicmers Klrs. Ruth Sisler Doyle Howitt .-Xssoci.1tz- Drain of Stuclwnts Associate Dcun of Students Direg-tqmr of Housing 18 . - ,.,-sw:-1-ls ' - y b xN,,::.,qv...-.,., cv- N Nc.. . ew. ssv'f"W": " The Memorial Student Union-"Your Home Away From Home" was a busy place this year. New Union director Ward Schrack pepped things up a bit and the joint was jumpin' all the time. Memorial Union Staff Members Take On Added Duties New duties occupied the administrative staff in the Union this year. New to the staff was "Bud', Schrack who was appointed Union director. He was responsible for the many new innovations in activities and planning for student life. Donold Tewell was assigned the work-study grants from the federal government. He spent hours every day interviewing, assigning, making out reports, etc., in ad- Donald K. Briggs Director of Publicity Am. Donold E. Te-well Director of Special Services dition to his work on the Scholarship and Loan Com- mittee and teaching classes. Don Briggs kept busy even if he did resign as Council sponsor. When yearbook editor Dick Hodtwalker was drafted he took over the Blue and Gold. The state track meet also gave him extra duties. Publicity kept him out of mischief. VVard B. Schrack, Ir. Director of Student Union -s- . we i tr ii 4 it NX ax' X - its S 3 , sm.: ..x,.-, I ...- . . - ,. ., ...N , sc . .22 ,. .,., , H! X grew? 2-ff , aa .eg lem- ef A 3 fi' '32 "-S ' X' "" a 'f5:1:ff.,, ' ' 'H 2 'kr + ,l t wj 5 ig 1 QM' if ' raft, 5 , ll Y Ultl l.'lJ T ree ear i ra ry L is Feeling Space Pinch .--M ' v T ' " Although the Library is less than four years f-r"""""" old, it is already becoming too small because of M . the jump in college enrollment. . E up Alice E. Paine, College Librarian for 15 years, resigned last july and was replaced by Mrs. Martha Jensen. If x .ll A' Nlany thousands of dollars were spent for new 5:f"fx" books this year as the Unicameral budgeted .Q gs much more money to bring the Libra1'y's collec- tion to a size in proportion to the increasing V enrollment. Bert .-X. llioiilpsuli lliieutoi' of Libraries Hutli Scliini Order Librarian E Calvin T. Ryan Library shot at night. Doris 'lmiperley Sharon Mason Martha -lensen Ceorgean Kainrath Reference Librarian 4" ,D ,yr It ug 'fp 'ii hy rt Serials Librarian N, I r Library Assistant Library Circulation QVQ, -4.0 l'x O c'? 5 0.1L A O' .Q 4 0.o' ' I I I Mrs. Berquist, College Nurse Since 1938 Retires in June Mrs. Sally jackson Secretary to the President Miss Carolyne Sammons Assistant to Registrar Mrs. Frances Saltzgaber Assistant to Registrar u -N'TNTNY'F"bYN'-T 'RWNTY EYYSNENV Y"fF3'TN'l W wsgRg3:,: 1+ -fm .f s e was "'i ' f 'X -I i9c..:.s, g, ,,r - ' ' - it -df X x --' wgi I 'wwf R. Burr Standley Gerald Nixon Superintendent of Assistant Superintendent Buildings and Grounds of Buildings and Grounds 111 1-UAQ- N ..:i.. Ken Fish contemplates scooping all that snow from the Library walks. .rg X 1 ji is !,: 4: .,, fr 2. One custodial engineer known to all collegians is Union janitor Temple Crookshank. More than 100 men and women are employed on the custodial staff. XVe have not attempted to chose which ones to photograph. These men were handy when a photographer went looking. ' Wfith an enrollment of 4,000 and at least one new building erected each year, the work of the stalf becomes greater. Jerry Nixon was chosen as assistant buildings and grounds boss this year. In addition 10 new men were added to the permanent staff and many students were hired for part-time Work. " Just a minute for o cup of coffee in the middle of the morning for these L men's residence hall custodians. E -. 5 ' ,4- it S f...,. Frances Saltzgaber, an assistant to the Regis- trar - all seniors know her. i Priscilla Traudt, secretary to Mr. Tewell. Loans, scholar- ships, counting cigarette machine money keep her oc- cupied. Again, as with the custodial staff, we chose at ran- dom, hoping to picture some secretaries with whom most students had contact. WVe've left out more than 100, but they all do the same Hne job and assist in running the College on an even keel more than they realize. ie- - M , ,fm?.e' f, -- S gf" .1 .4 ,xt W , I s - . - gf1,r9"' J li- '- " . " It X1 f, J ,. .i 1 fx a .. ,- W 2 Sally Mueller, secretary to Dean Gaer. ----x1,. Darlene Burton, registrar's office. All incoming freshmen receive letters from her. ' 'WW' Bu Alice Cornford, alumni, publicity, information in 'iT...,,gf"' ' 'A' - -'murmur J Student Union. 23 ACTIVITIES W 1 L . v It . Nr, Ah 5 i' While MC Larry Vorhees looks at his notes, MENC prexy Jan Steinke presents Gloria Hollingsworth with her first place award. Gloria Hollingsworth 'Steals' Show at K Show A standing-room-only crowd jammed the Auditorium on Feb. 9 to watch the annual talent display of Kearney Staters. A total of 15 acts were in competition for the S50 grand prize. Winner in the talent section was Gloria lVinge1't. 1' .g 2 i,.t I ' is , .3-Q' K l ' W 1 s - ' 'K 1. A X E 'iff 1 E 2 . 1: K 4 ' . il 2 - if 7 ' ' 2 fe 2 , ig. 5 inane!-" "Granny Frickett"-Maude to you, little boy, took the center spot- light after the regular show was completed and gave some of "her" thoughts on college and life in general. 26 5 g.. 5 l gn 5' 5 lu- I Z I 2 3 Sm 5 F l 1 2 5 ll 3 2. 4. L "Tiptoe through the tuIips" won this English lass I Gloria Hollingsworth first prize in the novelty division and Grand Championship. ., SL The D. O. Dollies set the during their performance. tam time back 40 years by doing the Charleston High flying Julie Zeller drew her share of cheers. The concert band performed at home games. Qew They're Part of it too Cheerleaders and marching bands are integral parts of any football season. The cheerleaders should be pretty and the band should be able to make music and march. Kearney scored in both areas this year although at first there was some doubt about the band. With their first appearance in concert-type uniforms, somehow a little of the spice of a marching band was gone. Some- how skirts and blazers just didn't fill the bill. The marching band could make music, though. Most- ly classical stuit. They honored john Phillip Sousa's birthday with a concerto. But the cheerleaders were pretty. "ggi ' 1 pf , ff Candy Cane D nceg New Selection Me hod Christmas comes to Kearney State with a ratrace of actixity. There are formal parties and informal parties. There are convocations and church services. There are studies and pre-'vacation exams. But there is only one all-school Chlistmas activity . , . the Candy Cane dance. This year Marlene McCarty and jack Wolfe reigned over the regal proceedings with dignity. Royalty selection procedures were changed this year. In 1965 every organization was eligible to submit a candi- date for queen or king. In previous years, only dormitory and greek candidates were accepted. Only those who attended the dance December 15 could vote to select a king and queen from the finalists chosen by the entire student body. 2 They could have danced all night! They watched over their royal kingdom. Aw .-,r , 'LV-W1 -L1 ." -: yyxf . ' , ' "N-ff' Z .""'fC' Ji'xh:'am'-3Z+?1'S2-. , ..,1',Uim2"'Y"!'Mf.x4:4.z1S1o'l'1.'f Yarbrough Concert Attendance Poor Students demonstrated their folk music saturation October 18 when only about 1500 showed up to hear the Student Council-sponsored Glen Yarbrough concert. Two years ago, more than 5000 attended a Smothers Brothers show. A statistical interest lag may not be exactly accurate, however, as in previous years concert tickets have been available to the general public. This year they were not. Also, the Yarbrough concert was scheduled at a rather inopportune time from a student's point of view . . . the Monday night after homecoming week-end. All things considered, the concert turned out to be something less than a money-maker for the continuously harrassed Stu- dent Council. The concert itself, while not the best performance ever seen here, was certainly not poor. Yarbrough's music is not exactly folk or pop in nature but uniquely his own. The sentimental lyricism in his interpretations seems refreshing. Once with the Limelighters, this concert tour was Yarbrough's first through the midwest as an independent performer. Yarbrough is a South Dakota boy who made the big time. He seemed to really enioy meeting and talking with students after the show. 2 ..:,,, - V.. -... ...lt , e e e , ., .. 3. X 2 e, B ' Q ' l . A - ' ' ' - -..5Ngsv s we 5 ve. s . ' A c c f . - ' ' .. 2' Y H 'wwmvxws' " os' e I e n S '-A"'- ' .Q r M, I t 1 , Q - 3-.x - Q sggwgy, ,.,, :Q -Q . get sq . f ' . me , - .- -, . ., . KEN t ,-1.g,.,.d Sv-s if - Ax . - 1: , 1 . Q.- . -F? ff- faqs we we Fall Semester Each fall, Men's League and Associated Women Students combine forces and treasuries to provide a free picnic for all students and faculty. ln the foreground, Dr. and Mrs. Hassel and Dean Stutheit During this free meal, fellows on the football squad go through the line. The gridders just completed practice before eating and are going back for a night practice. li 1 MA-Ai await their turn. '. aut. -.mem-N Food is a popular item in the Memorial Union snack bar. Students often wait in line to get a hamburger or shake. Hun- dreds of burgers are fried daily. Teas can he Interesting Departmental teas are commonplace here at Kearney. Nearly every academic division has at least one a year. These informal get-togethers provide students and faculty an opportunity to become acquainted on a non- competitive and non-graded basis. The students, as well as the faculty, become just plain people. At the Language and Literature tea last October, a new lecture series was announced. The series, exploring "The Eighteenth Century Mindf covered music, gram- mar, political thought, and literature of the period at the rate of one lecture per month for six months begin- ning in November. Inter-divisional faculty participation in this lecture innovation seems to have been one of the series, greatest assets. "Yes, I think I see what you mean, Carol." Student Life Covers Many Facets of College Activities "No, not me" says Linda Olsen as she is told she is the Kearney State College candidate for American Royal Beauty Queen. Michele Dubas congratulates her as Dan Costello, Gene Hynes, and Dallas Haring watch. -we F ,xxx ' 1" :megs ir, ,.. , ggmky- ni . 6 A - w ,, 'W D ' .151 x . :wwf 1 'fr' ' ' 'V 4' ..0U't'r...4. 'K WY: . The Antelope and two cheerleaders look rather dejected during the Homecoming tilt, but the gridders swamped the Chadron Eagles, 26 to 7. 32 .ax F' , 4 Members of the Concert Band performed at each home basketball game. Here Mr. Don Stanley directs the group. F 1 , , A freshman listens as senior checks out the conversation. Gale McReynolds provides the answer. Gene Hynes Life is Always Active ' "V-41' fu-,.4,i,. V 4 :A VV I,.,.1vh-1--V H V.. N J:-.VE ..w,,--L.?.f,,,, U .M X X, :T i .,,..f.:vl., , ,- I V wink-.I-. f-Q-f1V,......1,.,..i,. ' 3... ',,.., V V M, ., - f-ee-ye'-4,V.:.:.,,,,g,, ga. L.. V7-I V , , 1 u N V - -Q-We-.ee.,.2.1g.-...ii - f ' V-'- H . 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W '-Q , 4, i f- N ,ngj A ' Q 'G VV "' 'V-Vfg . 4 4 ' 977 6271- f-252' '2fi'?- 'fffkil V, .-. 1 - . 'W ', '- - .iff "iff - gl:-sf' .1 W my . 43' if - 'Q fe my A 9 y,yyp.,,,:f an qs, . ,K A ' " ' 1 ' 4 VV 4 ., ,Vw A gi ,V V' 91- ,QQ Hundreds of collegians jammed the Union ballroom to watch the color TV presentation of the World Series. From the yells, cheers, and boos, it was apparent most wanted the Twins to win, The Student Union was busier than ever What can be so vital as pool "sharks" watching another pool player-especially during a tournament. during 1965-66. With an added 700 more students to use the facilities, the lines got longer and coffee cups deeper. Added hours and more help solved the problem this year, but next year's expected increase could bring about space troubles as the entire ballroom is taken over by coffee drinkers each morning. Bridge, games, dances, and Friday Afternoon Club were main activities. Sever- al art displays helped add life to the lobby during the year. F J Oh those vending machines. They were busier than ever this year, and more often not working. 33 ,4 X' Laura portrayed by Jill Ruhlmon, presents a gift to Jim played by .lack Nosal in last summer's production of "The Glass Menagerie." "Time of Your Life" cast members Gregg don't see eye to eye on the troubles of the,day. Summer school students had the opportunity to work in, around, and on a full three-act production last sum- mer as Dr. john Kirk directed the Tennessee Williams play, "The Class Nlenagerief' Dr. Stephen Archer was technical director. Full houses all three evening attested to the approval of those attending summer classes. First production of the 1965-66 school year was William Saroyanis "Time of Your Lifef' Packed houses watched the four nightly presentations on Oct. 20-23 even though there were many other activities on campus. Dr. Kirk Summer Theatre Presents 'Glass Menagerie' in July Feuerborn and Jo Stadler 34 was again the director. Amanda fSusan Dennis Blackwell? is most unhappy with the actions of Laura Uill RuhlmanJ, and Tom !David Hensleyl in last summer's play. Harvey, where are you? Elwood P. Dowd, played by Dwayne lbsen talks to the famous rabbit. 'Harvey' Visits KSC Campus During Christmas Season lf.. xx QQ- 5TDl5Y5mM3?7R55 The two "medical" experts talk over problems of Mr. Dowd. Dave Hensley and Leora Rider question Mr. Dowd's mental ability as he talks to a non-existing rabbit. "Harvey" came to the Kearney State campus on Dec. 8-11. Directed by Dr. Stephen Archer, the longtime favorite of millions drew packed houses each night. Dwayne Ihsen and Gloria Hollingsworth held the audi- ence spellbound each perfonnance and will he long re- membered for their portrayals. Sally Mullinj Gloria Hollingsworth and Jeanne King, sisters, laugh off another of Elwood's lDwayne lbsenl fantasies. During january, theatre students, as a class project, acted, directed, and produced several one act plays. In F ebruary, members of Alpha Psi Omega presented their annual show. This year the honorary chose "The Fantasticksf, The audiences roared their approval of the play. Especially noteworthy was the acting of Gloria Hollingsworth who kept the story moving without saying a word. She was cast as a deaf mute. Receipts from the Alpha Psi show go toward a scholar- ship for a student majoring in theatre. Elwood Dowd iDwanye Ibsenl checks with his "Buddy" Dr. Chumbley as the "I'II just wait until he returns," says Veta Louise Simmons neighbors begin to complain about his rabbit. iGIoria Hollingsworthl to nurse lLeora Riderl. Dowd and the doctor's aide fDave Hensleyl await the next development. 36 Gloria Hollingsworth and Lowell Sauter and two small children, Jeff Kirk and Steven Archer, await the next action in the Greek tragedy. 1 f-' 'XX . ,M t N s Rex Veeder, for u change has the upper hand over Jo Stadler who portrayed Medea. Medea Production Brings Plaudits, Criticisms Medea, presented in mid-March, brought forth the greatest amount of comment of any play presented recently. Many praised both the play and actors, while others were just as vocal in their protests. Staging of the play was especially noteworthy. 4 l"""""'Fl l 5 ig W Gregg Fairbourn pleads with Medea as she begins to gain revenge from her contemporaries. ef' M ., gl 1 Y' .fur 3"-"1 4? if "I The scheming, sly, revengetul, scornful Medea as portrayed by Jo Stadler, Q, IA!! E Y .- ' 1331 . a ' A., 3 J, il E S 1 .j,zL:,,,. . ,uw-4"" , 9 7 gag," ,N 4 ' . .JG My A - wt' 4 .2 W. 4:1 9 41- as L2-'af 1 X 712' fm wa -524 , ft' 4' f Q R X BN-,NN it ts A gill Q ,. 1 . V- . i H6 5 Q . 'V Z ' . 4 1 ,xr . 1""+-. I Q g -f 1 N' , V 3 1 2 Elilfgg Jaunetta Sailors Reigns Octoher 15, 7:00 p.m. A restless Friday of classes is over and Homecoming festivities have begun! Before morning President Hassel will crown juanetta Sailors "Queen for a day" in keeping with the Quotable Quotes theme of this years celebration. Before morning 15 floats will he completed and ready to 1'oll down Central avenue. Before morning six dormitory displays will be ready for judging. Before morning many of the more than 3000 high school musicians scheduled for the parade will hoard busses for an anxious trip to Kearney. Before moming, almost everyone will he dog tired. Friday night was busy for most. Homecoming really was the "Cat's Pajamas" this year. s 'llueen for a Day But with Hrst light a rejuvination will begin. College students will come alive with the crackling enthusiasm of the event. Roadmap eyes will sparkle as a pick-me-up coffee prepares the marchers and their cohorts to brave the rain threatened autumnweather during the two hour parade to the stadium. Politicians seeking favor, and alumni seeking reunion will pour into the city from all parts of the country to become an integral part of the celebration. But tonight there is mostly anticipation. Anticipation of the paradeg of the gameg of the danceg of the old friends: of sleeping in on Sunday. From these l5 finalists will be chosen the queen and her court. Monte Nut!'s hopes for u queendom are high ,., X.. ., 1965 Homecoming llueen Iaunetta Sailors Fans Were Thrilled Homecoming was hot, hot, hot! The threat of rain disappeared after the parade and 7500 crammed the stands at Foster Field to watch the Antelopes trouncc Chadron State 27-6. Viewers got an extra thrill, though, when the Student Council fireworks set Phi Tau Cammais grand champion float aflame. XVithin minutes the "Walk Softly and Carry a Big Stick" winner was carried off soft- ly and quietly in smoke. Alpha Xi Delta won the sorority float competition with its entry bearing the inscription 'iHomecoming is just the Cat's Pajamasf' while Sigma Phi Epsilon won the fraternity competition with "Keep Your Nose to the Crindstonef, Roger XVillia1ns' "Hitch Your XVagon to a Star" took honors in the Independent entries. NIen's Hall, a women's donn, placed first with its dis- play proclaiming that "Behind Every Successful Xian is a NVoman.U Randall Hall "Opened Their Cates and Cave the Victors XVay" for second place. Queen jolmnie surveyed the entire spectacle from her place of honor and was featured at the "Everything's Coming Up Roses" dance in Cushing Coliseum Saturday night. Bohhy Mills and his "hig hand" provided smooth rhythms for :hr formal affair. We trou nced 'eml Connie Donnelson, Shirley Dutton, Juunetta Sailors, Cheryl Sheen, Bunny Miller. It Was a Hot, Hot Homecoming N. 'RAMTS Phi Tau Gamma's grand champion float . . . burned! The women of Men's Hall should know! W 2' '47 A -1 fxyfpfj 14 J if Everybody loves a parade? Johnme wos pa 53371. , MW ,,,.., , ' fiillffv My Zwwwl, ' One parade is worth a 1000 votes, Senator Curtis hopes. raded twicej once downtown and once around the stadium. 2 A.,,, ll ll!! I QIIIQ-H Wvflliihllillllll y iw- 1 ii l5!'f"' 4-3 "And it only took 416 years." Seniors Ed Kruml, M. C. Crowley, and Gary Curry have that smile of anticipation as they await the January Commencement march to begin. 94 Receive Degrees In January This is it. After the march into Cushing Coliseum, all that remains is the address of the day before the diplomas are presented. Seniors Larry Martin, Gary Duranski, and Glenwood Tiessen check the pro- gram to make certain their names are listed and that they'Il get their sheep- skin, 44 'm ' -y 'lurnnxqrl 2 4 by I 3 '-X.,T,,y if i. An art student at KSC for several years, Mrs. Warp presented this mosaic to the College to be placed in the new Fine Arts Building. Prior to the opening ot the 2-week show held in Ludden Hall in February and March, Dr. Ahrendts, Dean Gaer, Mrs. Warp, and Mrs. Gladys Rose, for- mer teacher make the formal presentation. Members of Kappi Pi helped make the exhibition a success by keeping track ot the refreshment table. Jerry Wise checks when his turn to S' work comes up. 1 ,N lf, , "En ' sir -lr J' 'ssgm X' -A Mrs.Lois Warp Art Show Highlights Spring Season .fa 5" 'Q f , im. Al Panek, KGIN-TV cameraman registers while Mrs. Warp autographs a copy of the souvenir program for Mrs. Rose. Nearly 55 pieces were on exhibit, all done by Mrs. Warp within the past 'IO vears. 45 Bronco Day is R00tin' Affair Some say Keamcy State is a cow college and on Bronco Day you could almost prove it. Students and faculty appear in cowboy regalia and really whoop it up. Its the one day of the year you can carry a gun to class . . . some of the teachers do it too. Supposedly Bronco Day is an all-day pep rally just prior to the annual Kearney-Hastings football game. Mostly, though, students just cut classes and raise cain for a day. This year they demolished an automobile with Sledge hamme1's. SAC-sponsored games in the afternoon featured a tug-of-war, an egg throw, and the traditional chariot race. Probably the big event of the entire celebration, though, was the hold-up in the Union. Rodeo Club mem- bers robbed Slaters Food Service but the posse caught up to the vannits and hanged 'em. Ever hear of Duane Pope, mister? At sf- N ww.. s ,Mita :N-f 1 N 'i . ,fx J - v " ' QA xx t .1 fis - Lif. ' Fifty Compete i Get out of the way, men. Here comes Dave Bowman of the winning Stout Hall team in the annual Turkey Trot. The competitors run from College Heights around campus ending on the Foster Field cinders. 4 'Zak Getting the turkey is good in this case. Presenting the frozen turkey is Intramural Council member Augie Nelson. n Turkey Trot Z ,f-,:,. i lm' winning Stout Hall team with a Members ot the Intramural Council: lstandingl: Don McKinney, Ron Bab- cock, Mr. Copeland, Ron Anderson. imiddle rowl: Augie Nelson, Stan Martin, Duane McCan, Don Brough- ton. Cfront rowb: Craig Gibbons, Jim Hesse, Ron Brewer, Tom Aspegren, Mike Vetter. 47 World Affairs Conference Success Guaranteed More than 40 countries made reservations for the third Midwest Conference on World Affairs held April 26 and 27. This oppor- tunity for the Nebraska college and high school students to meet and hear delegates from foreign countries has proved to be very beneficial. Planning was done by a Committee of students and faculty headed by Dr. james E. Todd. Whale students listen to another delegate, Mr. Don Searcy- talks to the State Department representative. . . 2 'kill' 1112 '-K-1 College - Community Orchestra Serves Central Nebraska as Well as College 4 VIOLIN Connie Albin Iris Bicak Kenneth Chambers Ellen Charlton Orinda Karlberg Maribeth Lynn Wesley Mohler Winona Moor Nancy Recker Arlene Rice jaunetta Sailors jane Teeter VIOLA Lydia Butler Arthur Larson Sandra Olson CELLO Earle Boardman Robert DuFresne Mary Io Morrow Cynthe Nelson Members of the College-Community Orchestra joined forces with the College Madrigal Singers to present their first concert on Nov. 23. The Orchestra played Symphony No. 102 in B-Hat: major, Luigi Cherubini's "Anacreon,' overoture, and PERSONNEL CONTRABASS Jerry Bady VVanda Kutschkau Tom Miles Richard Young FLUTE Jeanette Cool Sandra Mayhew Sara Jane Peamian Janice Rice OB OE Polly Colony CLARINET Janet Johnson Ian Rathbun Linda Bryan BASSOON Carl Plants HORN Robert Bucldenberg Larry Caldwell Steve Heckmann TRUMPET John Freeman Lonnie Kitterer Robert Larson Trenton Russell TROMBONE Herbert Hutcheson Frank Robinson Douglas Stutzman TUBA Donald Stanley TIM PA NI XVilliam Boucher PERCUSSION Kathy Stansbury PIANO Kent Kittle Ciuseppi Torelliis Concerto in C minor tor Xrohn and Orchestra, Op. 8, No. 8. Maribeth Lynn was the violin soloist for the last number. A May concert completed the ymi tor the musicians f"" J' 'T-13" William A. Lynn, Director Choraleers Tour Eastern Nebraska Fifty members of the Clioraleers toured eastern Nebraska accompanied by the Brass Choir just prior to Christmas. Directed by XVillium A. Lynn, the group sang at a home Christmas concert, before the Coordinating Council for Public Higher Education, at the XVilliam E. Bruner Hall of Science Cornerstone services, and led the processional at the spring Commencement. Members are chosen by audition in September and at the beginning of the second semester. 1965 KEARNEY STATE COLLEGE CHORALEERS lst soprano 2nd soprano lst tenor 2nd tenor CGFOIYH V4 COVQY Sandi Bush Vince Boudreou Bradley Brauer Jean Holliday Lynda Cook Doug Gaer Lyle Grabenstein Nancy Recker Juanetta Sailors Deanna Warren Jeanette Cool Sandi Holen Mary Nelson Verlin Janssen Bill Jensen Steve K. Liokos Dwayne lbsen Don Koller Charles Knauss Janet Wantiez Jane Reed Bill McCune Tom Youngquist lst alto 2nd alto bUflf0f1G bass Linda Bryon Cheryl Covey Al Ciani Curtis Cole Marilyn East Carol Ewers Sue Divan Cheryl Lauer Pe9Qv Trumble accompanrste Kay Rizer Marge Glover Cynthie Nelson Jon Hanthorn Sheri Stec Jon Steinke John Fowler Dallas Haring Jim Hughes Herbert Hutchison Robert Potter Don Zimbleman Milan Franzen Bob Keiper Terry Loschen Glen Sawyer Jeff Scharff Jim Williams 100 Members Comprise Marching Band In 1965 The Collegiate Marching Band sported new black uniforms this season. The members performed at the home football games, and at the laying of the cornerstone for the William E. Bruner Hall of Science. They led the Homecoming Parade More than 2500 high school band students jammed Foster Field football playing area at halftime ofthe Homecoming football game against Chadron. Dr. Gaylord composed of 45 bands and 16 floats through downtown Kearney. Nearly 100 students were chosen for membership in the band by director Donald A. Stanley. Thomas directed the massed band concert. 51 Symphonic Wind Ensemble Tours Western Nebraska, Colorado PERSONNEL: PICCOLO: Jan Steinke. FLUTE: Charlotte Alloway, Jeanette Cool, Diane Euler, Martha Johnson, Gwelda Pfeil, Sandy Smaha. OBOE: JoAnne Ninegar. BASSOON: Carl Plants. CLARINET: Gayleen Anderson, Linda Bryan, Linda Fry, Jeane Holiday, Nancy Novosad, Jan Rathbun, Carol Shafer, Judy Tolletsen, Larry Vorhees, Roger Wheeler. BASS CLARINET: Gayle Fortner, Randy Kriski. ALTO SAX: Dick Grube, Sandy Sandstrom. TENOR SAX: Pam Marolf. BARI- TONE SAX: Susan Findley. CORNET: Moe Dcines, John Freeman, Fifty-one members of the wind ensemble spent three days on their annual tour. They presented Concerts at Arapahoe and Imperial on Feb. 16, at Fort Morgan and Estes Park, Colorado on Feb. 17, and at Kimball and Ogallala on Feb. 18. Their home concert was presented in the College Auditorium on Sunday, Feb. 20. Soloist was Bill XIeCune who played KConeertante". The program in- cluded traditional, modern, and march numbers. The group also played the processional and rec-essional for the january Commencement. Members are chosen following the marching band sea- son. Band members who do not make membership in this group are placed in the Concert Band which plays at basketball games, and presents a May concert of its OXVU . Bill McCune, Ravenna sophomore, was soloist on the tour this year. 52 Lonnie Kitterer, Ted Quick, Barbara Schmidt, Roger Sundberg. TRUMPET: Ray DeHarty, Danny Spencer. HORN: Larry Caldwell, Carole Cushing, Marge Glover, Rick Lempp. TROMBONE: Diane Carlsgaard, Dallas Haring, Herb Hutcheson. BASS TROMBONE: Curtis Cole. BARITONE: Jim Hughes, Peggy Trumble. TUBA: Bill McCune, Bob Potter. TIMPANI: James E. Morey. PERCUSSION: Bill Boucher, Lynn Carmichael, Roger Kroeger, John Miller. DIRECTOR: Dr. Gaylord F. Thomas. AM Members of the Brass Choir toured eastern Nebraska, played at home concerts, Ray DeHarty, Roger Sandburg, Lurry Caldwell, Carole Cushing, Marge Glover, and for the state music contest at Fremont. Directed by Donald A. Stanley, Rick Lempp, Bill Boucher, Herb Hutchison, Dan Sasek, Curtis Cole, Larry Nelson, membership included Ted Quick, John Freeman, John Fowler, Lonnie Kitterer, Bill McCune, Roger Kroeger, und John Miller. Dr. Myron Osterberg was director ofthe Madrigal. The group presented two Martin, Randy Kriski, George Stovall, LeRoy Swedland, Puul Wice, Mike home concerts, and sang at various community functions. Membership this Hoagland, Jim Hollister, Tom Miles, Ron Vieselmeyer, and Jim Williams. year included Sandy Bush, Sandy Fritz, Nancy Recker, Jaunetta Sailors, Accompanist is Peggy Trumble, Cheryl Wood, Connie Albin, Jacqueline Fleming, Cheryl Gillilan, Wyona -,x JJ McKinney Directs Intramural Program Kearney States intramural program continued to arouse interest. bring thrills. and some heartaches for students who participated in the twelve events offered during the year. Mr. Don NIC-Kinney became Acting Intramural Director at the start of the second semester. He replaced Intra- mural Director Leland Copeland who took a leave of absence. Flag football started off in a fast pace with twenty-one teams fighting for the cromi. The Sig Ep Blues edged the Tri Phi XYhites, lS-12, for the prize. It was the first time in intramiual action that the Tri Phi XVhites failed to win the flag football championship. The Blues also won the swimming title, when they topped the South Side Boys Sl--19. Basketball action again aroused the greatest of all intramural sports. Sixty- four teams battled their way to the team title. K Club grabbed the chamionship prize, after blasting the Rodeo Club 89- 62. Competition in bowling, wrestling, the turkey trot, the basketball free throw contest, badminton, volleyball, softball, and horse shoes kept interest high throughout the year. The annual Intramural Track and Field Meet ended the year's activities. Action is rough and fast during the intramural basketball season. All games were played on the courts in Cushing Coliseum, with student intramural officials in charge. Going for the "long bomb" was a problem for both intramural softball batters and pitchers. Softball proved to be a favorite among intramural spring sports, as over 250 students and faculty members participated in that event. - . ., ...fam -. 1,p.- i F14"f'l7tf 2' :,5ll72" 5-if-75 1 , slew' fa.. as .ar will ..,, v in . . .4 .-,..,af-- .. ,471-".anzgL.ia.,g," ., ,.. f 4 ... 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ATHLETICS 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , V-iHf.1j . ..g.a-,f?.'1 V l . 1 ' X -1 J. .' ' Il' 1 . 1,1 :' J" .ri-N 15" ,MQW-Q,,i,fA . 2 X1 1". - - Nfrw X. mx.. 4 1, ,N ,V , 151 .4 .N , - L, - .1 , V ,P 4 :1 vm I-71- ,' 1 --wi. .fn-2, . .fig ,ig A' ' -' ,- ,1yw'11,51:e1fg+lu . 1 .- : 1.94, K: , H i. 1 11. W . J " L'71"1J.T'i1 in i A I ,. . l X ' ,. " 1-1675 af v 1 - 1 1 , - - 1. ,, 'vksp T1 1 'A 1 A . 1 . . ' . , ri-if xt 4 .4173 1 ' 1 '43'21lElf'Ti':1-'- 1 D if V f 112 X11 ' 5552 ir- aff , , t.. , , 2 ,Lf 'vw 1-'N L, ,gp ,Y 1 14, 12 jf ,. gn gg, N , ff' 1 111, 5 , "T'-Q5.'1- ff' 31" ,- ' Z' -I V get- M 1 , - 65.1.1-, If N .9 31111 Q K ,ll . Y 3 ' - had 95175 11 5 .A -t ' 1 15. 'P 15,1 '+'!.,L7 yrfgi-i'1IQ:1f" A 1 ' ff' ' Ffgggf' QL1 ,L-3 , 121-21:12 fm ' ' ' 1 . ,F 1 1, ,, V ,. ,.,, W .1.1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 x l Antelope Passing Attack Was Key to 7-2 Record Antelope football players used an offense supported by a strong passing attack to slash nine college marks while blasting their way to a T-2 record and a tie with 1Vayne and Peru for the 1965 Nebraska College Con- ference Football Championship. This was the fourth consecutive year that coach Allen Zilanunds squads have earned at least a share of the NCC Football Crown. The high powered passing attack gave the Antelopes the edge in total offense for the season. Kearney gained 1.298 of its 2,631 yards by passing. while the defense yielded 2.276 yards. Three passing records were shattered in the home opening 10-0 win over Eastem Nlontana. Quarterback Neil Kaup threw 31 passes, 16 completed, breaking two KSCis individual passing marks. A new team mark was set, as 32 passes were thrown in the game. The defensive unit held Montana scoreless, while fullback Lee Jacob- sen kicked a 14-yard field goal, scored a TD and extra point. The offense continued to roll against Washburn in the second game of the season. XVashburn scored first in the opening half, but defensive guard Bill Maggiacomo stole a NVashburn fumble and ran 26 yards for the touchdown. The Maggiacomo score proved to be just a start, as the Antelopes came back to rip the Kansas club for 34 more tallies in the second half. A tough defense allowed Washburn one more touchdown before the game ended, 40-14. Fort Hays State put the stoppers on Kearneyis attack, as they nipped the Antelopes 21-13, for the Staters first loss of the season. The Antelopes hit paydirt Hrst in the game when defensive end lim Richardson grabbed up a Tiger fumble and raced 15 yards to score. Kearney's second touchdown came on a 30-yard pass from Neil Kaup to Mike Inselman. Fort Hays intercepted nine passes to slow down the Antelopes offense attack in the game. The Tigers managed three touchdowns while holding the Kearney eleven scoreless in the second half. Members of the 1965 football coaching staff were: Kneeling - Graduate Assistants Gary Mason and Charles Hircock. Standing - Robert D. Hauver, Les Livingston, Line Coach Joe Willis, Head Coach Allen Zikmund, and Fred Gerhardt. "Mr. Antelope" boosted KSC's spirit at the Chadron game, as well as causing some curiosity in the children. Head football coach Allen Zikmund's teams boast an Bl-l8-l record, for the ll years he has been at KSC, SEASON SCORES KSC Eastern Nlontana 0 KSC XVashburn 14 KSC Fort Hays 21 KSC XVaync 12 KSC Chadron T KSC Hastings 14 KSC Peru 14 KSC Colorado State 17 KSC Northern 6 52211 I Line against line, that's where the action starts. Kearney's line averaged in running the Antelope offensive attack. 2l6 pounds per man, giving quarterback Neil Kaup U21 good support :if . . N f 'WD' , . ,5'.E:,, yr.. -sen. N-. . R , . ,v 5 -1- Ni :-f ? A 'Wx Q63 Adv lt's the school of hard "blocks" for Ksc linemen. Left offensive tackle Gary " f Rasmussen learns his lesson well in every game. ,,,:'vs., ,., Fullback Lee Jacobsen, Kearney's top scorer, speeds for more yards in the Homecoming tilt against Chadron. lx in xx The kick is an important part of football, but not this time. Halfback Lannie Shelmadine outmaneuvers a Fort Hays tackler. ls he grabbing by the face guard, or isn't he? -- A Hastings player finds lm X' ...vw ff' 's...-v Sophomore Keith Staehr uses speed and agility in getting away from a tackler. Staehr averaged 4.7 yards per carry during the season, there is more than one way to tackle Lannie Shelmadine. A'l 5mHY.1.! 'l'L'S1l'K4 'l ' Fumble, goal of Kearney's defense, comes about when Lee Jacobsen llll aids Norblade's attack. linebacker Clark Norblade hits Hastinas' Mel Harris. aww 5 , 'Ss ui? W, , New fm if V ' , ' - 2 - V , Help needed, defense takes teamwork as Ron Laux makes the initial stop, linebacker Norm Sheets closes in for the tackle. assi X' ' in A X3 '-Q81 ! !! uqq ' 'ld A1 3 9 Members of the 1965 Varsity Football team - Front Row: Jerry Stuckert, Douglas Martin, Wayne Gappa, Ronald Koteles, Norman Sheets, Gary Dubhs, Clark Norblade, Larry LaMay, Jim Richardson, Jim Lindau, Tom Aspegren, Ed Kruml, Gary Gibson, and Gary Rasmussen. Second Row: Randy Rasmussen, Ed Hollinger, Jim Buck, Ken Carmann, Ernie Nickens, Mike lnselman, Dave Backes, Keith Staehr, Lee Jacobsen, Dale Naprstek, Neil Koup, Bill Maggiacomo, and Jim Jones. Third Row: Student Manager Duane Knhncl, Dan McKay, Dennis Reed, Duane Donaldson, Ron Hadwiger, Dave Dostal, Jim Coffey, Bill Shonka, Joe Patterson, Ron Laux, Steve Smith, Don Wilson, and David Aspegren. Fourth Row: Student Trainer Steve Pitkin, Richard Osentowski, Dennis McDermott, Roger Richter, John Torczon, Rod Melroy, Dennis Walker, Joe Cefalo, Lannie Shelmadine, Bill Nelson, Steve Liakos, and Gary Worrell. Fifth row: Head Coach Allen Zikmund, Line Coach Joe Willis, Assistant Coach Robert Hauver, Assistant Coach Fred Gerhardt, Team Trainer Merwin Roeder, Graduate Assistant Charles Hircock, and Graduate Assistant Gary Mason. K.S.C. Gridders Tie Wayne, Peru For Conference Championship Conference action against Wayne started the An- telopes on the battle for the NCC Crown. The Antelope offense cashed in on two stolen passes by defensive backs Ron Laux and XVayne Cappa for 14 points and the game. XVayne was held to 12 points, while KSC hit pay dirt twice more for a smashing 28-14 conference win. After a week's rest, the Antelopes overpowered Chadron 26-7, in the annual Homecoming game. KSC defense held Chadron scoreless until the last minutes of the game. Quarterback Neil Kaup led the attack with two TDQS. Rival Hastings fell to Kearney, 28-14, as Neil Kaup scored two TD's and threw a 22 yard pass to Mike Inselman. Linebacker Norm Sheets and back Pton Koteles sparked KeaIney's defense against the Broncos. Peru State snapped Kearneyis NCC win string at 23, as the Bobcats edged the Antelopes 14-153, Peru scored first in the game, but the Antelopes tied the contest when Kaup hit Xlike Inselman with an 11 yard pass. In the second half, Peru scored again to take the lead. The Antelopes pushed across another touchdown, but the extra point was blocked. Non-conference games with Colorado State and Northern State of Aberdeen, S.D. closed out the Ante- lope's football year. Keith Staehr, sophomore halfback, led the Kearney attack as he scored three of Kearney's four TD's to dump Colorado 28-17. Defensive tackle Ken Carmann took a Colorado fumble and ran 10 yards for a score. Keameys sex'c-ruth victory of the season came on a 27-6 blasting of Northern State. E-Cfggx., , .wx Defensive lineman Bill Maggiacomo l66l gives defensive linebacker Norm Sheets a hand in tackling a Chadron player. eff: ' -wa f-asf ee Q- mf-,,V K- "'5f3+K Wi" fy. M. 'Klint r Ae . Q :Hr gl: 'L U Lia.: 1 lil. il 'L We WPT' flu fi' Q. A es -Sw' The key to Kearney State's passing attack was Quarterback Neil Kaup, who threw 89 completed Defensive tackle Jim Jones watches the oftensiv passes during the season for a new record. work during the Chadron game. Every inch counts, as fullback Lee Jacobsen Clll tries for all the yardage for the 1965 season, earning 51 points, including 24 extra points and a he can get against Hastings. Jacobsen was the Antelope's leading scorer field goal. Eleven Gridders Named To All'C0l'lfBl'ellCB Tealll K LL'llll'l' lid lxrnml led cluvvii Antelope lootlmll play- 'jjl Q '31 Q3 urs to honors as they xx'e1'c named to thc Nclnuislia gg --1' N 715 N A 5 Lollvqv Q.0l1lU1'L'11Ct'S 196.3 All-C,o1ilc-wilt-c Tcznn. This Qgsc l-' sf? Qi 5 .1143 Q x' X 1 ' f s U 1, .. P -J.. . lb ' vi-.,,-, - m.u'l4n-d thc fourth coiiscciitiu' your that Ixrnml had been ' . if ggi? ' fy pn-lwd lay CUIllCl'Cllk'U Q-oaclies to the All-state team, Nif,m,Q ,. t Antelope offensive standonts, tackle Hmicly' Haslnus- Xi F- scni lmlllwnclis Lnnnie Shchnadinc amd Lu- -lac-ohsen. A guard Clary llnsinussen. amd end Cary' Dulvhs joined , Kruml as incinlnurs of the ,-Xll-Conference offensive team. L i w 'm 'f Tackle Ken Cilflllillllli guard Bill Nlaggiacoino. line- g lmc-lim' Norm Sheets. lialtlmcli Clark Norblade, and N -. - K ' pm. ,Ns , 1 - V - "' We A mrs. A -.9'Q.rfm19Q safety XX Llyllt' Cappa were named to the All-L'Ol1l't'1'6DC'9 -' E' rv-Q clcfmsive twain. 1 'f , gi .. lt , ,Q . fgllHI'tUI'l7RL'li Neil Kaup was awailxlccl honorable men- ' . tion honors as offensive qLu11'te1'l1ac-k. Hon Kotelcs and Nj Hon Lanx rccgeivecl lionorahle mention defensive recogni- " " is tion. ,XL Halfbock Lonnie Shelmadine reaches for the pass, which could lead to another Antelope touchdown. . A , T VK' Q wise' 1550 It V ' 'f ii ' 3 -mfs. 5 Y A , .,. N' . Q 3' 7 f - , 'Cy Q, 1 We fairs. Ken Carmann Lee Jacobsen U fu 2 GUYY Dubbs Ed Kruml ,F-5 ,-,qs iff' if' 'im' Waync Goppo Bill Maggiacomo ' 'E I ' A tackle tor sure, as defensive safety if f R . -4 Wayne Gappa stops a Hastings player. Q wc- . rv y ww 21- .f-S1..4A'- '- - Al Clark Norblade Gary Rasmussen Randy Rasmussen Norm Sheets Lannie Shelmadine ,.., ...Mal - ag, - --- f Y on' Antelope "B" team-Front Row: Frede Goings, Steve Smith, Joe Patterson, Dick Lungrin, Jim Lacey, Duane Donaldson, Dominic Nila, Terry Hunt, Bob Wetjen, Vince Urban, Lonnie Olson. Second Row: "B" team Coach Robert Hauver, Rod Melroy, Jim Crumly, Jim Coffey, Richard Killham, Cliff 'B' Team Scores Perfect 4-0 Season Four victories gave Antelope "Bw team football players a perfect season for 1965. Coach Robert Hauveris gridders outscored their opponents 152 to 20 in their romp of a four-game schedule. The Antelope "B" team stormed past Concordia at Seward, -12-0, in the season opener. Quarterback Rich Ostentowski scored two touchdowns and passed for a third in the Loper scoring effort. Fort Hays scored first and last in the game, but the football players pushed over 37 points in between to overpower the young Tigers 37-14 in the second game of the season. Kearney halfback Ioe Cefalo led scoring honors with two touchdowns. John Eckhout opened "B" team scoring while Gstentowski and Cefalo added a touchdown apiece, as the Antelopes dropped Hastings 20-6 for their third win of the year. A stiff defense held the Broncos scoreless until the fourth period. In their only home game of the year, the "BU team blasted Fort Hays 53-0, for their fourth win and an undefeated season. Quarterback flash Ostentowski scored on a 62-yard play and aided the 'KBD team scoring effort by passing for two more touchdowns. Brock, Curt Ronnekamp, Leonard Williams, Jerry Cronk, Doug Widick, and Graduate Assistant Charles Hircock. Third Row: Wayne Klein, Gerald Collingham, Alan Lanham, John Dunn, Mike McDonald, Pete Gamache, Rodney Pollard, Jerry Larson, Harold Biesecker, and Bill Luehr. Fourth Row: Kerry Elliott, Bill Nelson, Dan Wallin, Joe Cefalo, Richard Osentowski, John Eckout, Tom Thomas, Al Smith, Randy Schroer, and Joe Toczek. Fifth Row: Wayne Cassavaugh, Roger Richter, Dennis McDermott, Dale Peer, Lyle Heydon, Robert Rasmussen, Cletus Severance, Jim Glasco, Dan McKay, and Bruce Widick. '-We-suse Antelope "B" team football players display form which they hope will earn them a place on next year's varsity team as they romp to 53-0 win over Fort Hays. - --... " uh J "n 's ,..-I' li. ,F 4-.-n ' "iv ' -X 'G if-. Cf w v'-'W' .C ra .3 'MJ-,,.- Uv,-"Thi -3 i- A T '-" -4 1.'f5'Z+-4 ..'-Z, . V .. . . ,,., ,, 1 -A17 .5 -N y-.3.-,,W,.9rb fr- s..,. , '41".1,.e - Ai" Neither snow nor cold stops these cross-countrymen from keep mule mark are Carroll Kmnamon lll8l and Bull Young H261 ing the pace at the National NAIA Championships L ftixx X A ,Q -, , - - ...... - , -w, And over the hill they go . . . the Antelopes finished ninth in the NAIA Antelope Harriers Capture Ninth Straight NCC Crown -AE' , - -5.4, The 1965 Antelope Crass-country team-Front row: Bill Young, Jim Harder, Al Wyatt, Dan Moore, Ken Purdy, Eldon Stokebrand, Vincent "Junior" Vavala, Jim Kendrick, Don Dalstead, and Dan De Long. Second row: Antelope cross-countrymen continued to be a power in the Nebraska College Conference, as they won their ninth straight NCC Crown. The harriers started strong in the 1965 season, but were stopped by powerful Fort Hays, and had to settle for ninth place in -the National NAIA Championships behind improved Peru State. A "double victoryi' over Doane, 17-44, and Tarkio, 15-50, in a triangular meet opened cross-country action. Al Schneider, Antelope team captain, led the scoring with a first place finish. Teammates Carroll Kinnaman, Vincent Zavala, Ir. and Warren Christensen also placed. Wins over Denver University, 20-39 and Chadron State, 17-44, continued a victo-ry pace that was stopped by Fort Hays, runner-up in the 1964 NAIA Cross-country Championships. The Lopers were overpowered 17-44, in the first of the two dual meets with the Tigers, and then blasted 15-50, a week later in Hays, Kansas. The harriers bounced back, however, to defend the NCC Crown. Schneider captured third place, while Zavala, Dan Moore, Cary Mierau took the next three places respectively. Carroll Kinnaman finished tenth in the conference meet. Peru proved to be the spoiler for the Antelopes during the rest of the season. Not only did Peru tie the Lopers 31-31 in the Peru Invitational, hut nipped the harriers 30-34 for first place in the NAIA District 11 meet held in Omaha. The Antelopes ended the season at the National NAIA Championships. Cary Mierau finished in 57th place to lead Kearney scorers. :V V, ,4 ... V lzrhizfefl :?"' Ez- '- 2 '--f - 'i --M r "5 e M' ,px fe--fa... Student Manager Clayton Anderson, Tom Nelson, Gary Mierau, Ward Nelson, Darrel Sheets, Ron Fagot, Warren Christensen, Jim Sandman, Carroll Kinnaman, John Petersen, Team Captain Allen Schneider, and Coach Charlie Foster. 71 ,- ,omg Ann, 533. A- 4 L, M , In - A .. x . , . . V . f - V. 5. V I -QV-M 'f . -.1 -1, V, .. - 'j 'I V 'I H if A if .. V. 2 - x-Z, .ff 1 'f ., 1' iff-at V3 -vfeffc..:e:oV.:.':z:fe-C5'- he ' ef' ' - 72 u. , - Q .- 1 . f, -V .-ge,V.,,..,,.-. ., ,.., fa - .. V 7" ' ' ' " 57 ff 1- V sf- ff' A 4 raw-1-f ' ,f '-".i, V- 2 fi., ., 'ex Q I Q Y ,f 'ia ff ,pf we , , QP, 4 K I L 1? ,mf ' 1. 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The experience advantages, however, rested with the foes. while the Antelopes could count only one returning starter from last season. During the year, Coach Les Livingston's club scored 1.432 points, an average of 75.4 a game. Their oppo- nents earned a 82.1 per game average from 1,560 points. Northwestern of Oklahoma jumped off to an early 10- point lead as they defeated the Antelopes, 86-65, in KSC's season opener. Arvene Schultz hit 17 points to top Kearney scoring. Two victories aroused early season hopes, as Kearney slid past Southwestem Kansas, 93-92, and dropped Southern South Dakota, 87-71, for a home-opener win. Augie Nelson played the hero role against Southwestem, as he tipped in the winning basket with seconds remain- ing. A 20 point scoring effort by Bob VVhitehouse in each game was high for the Antelopes. Fort Hays then dumped the cage1's,103-78, at Hays and Northem South Dakota edged them, 70-67, at home. Rod Karsten led the scoring against Hays with 15 points, while Schultz was the top scorer against Northem with 22. A 102-80 triumph over Concordia and a 65-63 loss to Northwestern Oklahoma, set the stage for the Colorado State Holiday Tournament at Greeley. The team had little trouble with Concordia, as Karsten led a well- balanced offense with 17 points. After tying North- western, 34 to 34 at the half, the Antelopes could come no closer than two points of the visitors. Bob White- house led the unsuccessful attack with 19 points. In the Holiday tourney, Kearney found host Colorado State too much to handle, as the Bears won, 86-79. The Antelopes were then tripped, 84-72, by Westminister and had to settle for a fourth place finish. Opening action in the NCC saw the roundballers lose at Peru, 80-62. The Antelopes couldnft overcome the hot-shooting pace of the Bobcats, who hit 73 per cent from the floor in the first half to take a 53-30 lead. Rod Karstenis 18-point output was high for Kearney. The 1965-66 varsity basketball teom, back row: Dan Traudt, Jim Tschepl, Dave Detmer, Keith Koch, Steve Fisher, Don Keiper. Second row: Ed Pieters, Roy Nelson, Arvene Schultz, Rod Karsten, Jim Huffman. Front row: Jack Wolfe, Don Morgan, Augie Nelson, Bob Whitehouse. em., 3fi,iLQi5E6, Y D. kg fr .www v,...w-.., Despite a Westminster pIayer's defensive effort, Kearney's Rod Karsten hooks for I two points. Don Morgan's rebound effort turns out a little short, or may- be the Westminster player was a little too tall. I I I I I I I ln scrambling for the ball, Bob Whitehouse runs into a bit of opposition from a Southern player. It's too hot to handIe." Augie Nelson doesn't let the aggressiveness of a Westminster player stop him from controling the ball. Wayne Stopped, 89-69 For Cagers Fourth Win KSC's long awaited fourth win of the season came as the cagcrs overpowered NVayne State, S9-69. Trailing 35-3-1 at the halt, the Antelopcs sparkled with a 62 per cent shooting spree in the second half to grab the win. Rod Karsten again took scoring honors with 29 points, while center Arvene Schultz picked off 13 rebounds in the winning cfliort. Two non-conference loses to Omaha University and Doane College gave the cagers a 4-9 record before they started final action in the NCC race. At Omaha, KSC hit only 9 of 23 baskets in the first half and fell behind 41-27 and came up short in a come back attempt, losing 86-71. Bob Whitehouse topped Keamey's offense with 2-1 points. Doane College capitalized on a 35-28 half- time lead, plus a nine minute scoring drought by the Antelopes at the start of the second half to take a 86-73 victory. KSC's top scorer against Doane was Karsten who eamed 19 points. Returning to NCC play, the team was again stopped by Peru, 77-70. The Antelopes battled to a 36-36 half- time tie, but grew cold in the second half as they only hit 28 per cent of their shots, while Peru bagged 45 per cent. Don Morgan was the teams high score with 20 points and Karsten led in rebounds with 16. Keorney's Ed Pieters 1241, Arvene Schultz 1507, and Rod Karsten C301 use teamwork in getting the ball from South Dakota southern' .lack Wolfe pumps up a jump shot that will take more than a dancing defense effort from cr Westminster player to stop from becoming two points. .. "y r 0 2 ' . 4 -' ' -4 '- Q if V., 1 . ., -5 'H r. ,Jef ,- V . 1' , ' N Nil'-" ' igg V- 1 Q gg, . , 1 ff .14 . 1, MW' A ,fri Forward Rod Karsten shoots a jump shot against Wayne. Karsten led Antelope scoring for the year with 255 points, just three points ahead of center Arvene Schultz. Antelopes Bust Bronco's Jinx, 68-67 By far the happiest moment for KSC came with a 68- 67 win over Hastings. The Cagers, for the first time in seven meetings between the teams, played the Broncos on even terms to grab the victory. Bob YVhitehouse and Arvene Schultz shared scoring honors with 16 points each. In their second meeting with Wayne, the Antelopes were stopped, 109-82, as their defense, which had held Dean de Buhr to 11 points at Cushing Coliseum, folded under de Buhris 46-point scoring barrage. jack Wolfe led Kearney scoring with 21 points. Chadron,s S8-77 and 86-68 wins over the cagers ended Kearneyis hopes of improving their final NCC standings. KSC's top scorer in the Hrst game was Schultz with 19 points, while Karsten topped the second game, hitting 17. A battle for the NCC cellar with Hastings, closed out the Antelopes, 1965-66 season. The Broncos used a fast start and some good shooting to out pace Kearney, 75- 66. High scorer for the cagers was Whitehouse who hit 17. The loss gave Coach Livingstonis club a 2-6 Nebraska College Conference mark, and a share of the NCC cellar with rival Hastings. Getting the ball caused little trouble for forward Don Morgan, but much for a Westminster player. S XGELUP5- i The 1965-66 Antelope "B" team, back row: Bob Polzin, Bill Schoneberg, Kurney Williams, Dick Lutieharms, Wayne Hinrichs, and Jerry Cronk Second row: Kurt Harrison, Jim Tschepl, Dick Beckius, Ken Fisher, and Bob Sixel. Front row: Don Kieper, Keith Koch, Dan Traudt, Steve Fisher and Jim Huffman. Reserves Post 3-4 Mark Antelope "B" team basketballers posted a 3-4 record during the 1965-66 season. Coach Fred Gehardt's club split two home games at the start of the season, defeating North Platte junior College, 92-51, While losing to Concordia, 85-71. Don Kieper led Kearney scoring against North Platte with 10 points, while Keith Koch led the attack against Con- cordia With 14 points. On the road, the reserves won their second game by blasting North Platte, 88-57, but lost to Fort Hays, 79- 76. Bob Sixel hit 19 points in the North Platte Came to take scoring honors, while Bill Schoneberg was the Antelope leader against Hays with 15 points. The reserves split with Hastings and lost again to Fort Hays to end play for the season. The cagers drop- ped Hastings at home, 94-90,as Steve Fisher was high scorer with 23 points. Fort Hays stung the "BU team, 90-84, in their second encounter, Fisher was again Kearneyis leading scorer with 21 points. Hastings dumped the cagers, 77-70, in their last game. jim Huff- man led the attack against the Broncos with 12 points. Second team basketbullers find plenty of action and earn plenty of ex- perience during their seven game schedule, which included a new foe North Platte Junior College. Antelope Wrestling Team Captures Second In NCC KSC wrestlers posted a 5-6 dual meet mark. while finishing second to IYayne State in the NCC tourna- ment and ticing for fifth in the NAI.-X District 11 meet during the 1965-G6 season. The Qrapplers were blanked by Omaha University, S36-0. in their first meet. but took second in their College Invitational XVrcstling Tournament. In thc tourney, the rnannen lost their opening match to Niidland, 27-12, then won over Concordia 13-17 and Chadron 31-9. Ferde Coings and Cliff Brock finished with 2-0 records, while Norm Schrneeckle and Larry Erickson posted 1-0 marks. Kearney was defeated by Northern SD. State, 31-15, before taking three straight victories. The grapplers stopped Nebraska XVesleyan, 23-16, then slid past Chad- ron, 17-1-1, and dropped Dana College, 24-11. The Antelopes suffered three defeats before taking part in the NCC contest, as they were beaten by Con- cordia, 18-14, then blasted 35-0 by VVayne State, and stopped by Fort Hays College, 23-12. In the NCC meet. Bod Melroy was Kearneyis only class champion, as he won the 191-pound croxm. Second place finishes were gained by Tim Hunsbeger, Coings, Erickson, Schrneeckle, john Daake, and Bob Vokoun. The best performances by the Antelopes in the NAIA totunament were second place finishes by Larry Erick- son, Cliff Brock, and heaxyweight Rod Melroy. Larry Erickson attempts to free himself from his Wayne State opponent. The Antelope wrestler was pinned in 6:38, to lose the 152 pound division match. I ' N.-...N-.-.-1-"""""M in Lyle Georhurt starts his offensive attack on his Wayne opponent. The one of the Antelope's better showings in the 35-0 whitewush by the Wild Kearney wrestler lost the match by a 7-4 decision, but it proved to be cats in Cushing Coliseum, Varsity wrestling team5 fback rowl Don Broughton, student manager5 Tim Hunsberger, 1235 Lyle Gearhart, 1375 Ferde Goings, 1305 Larry Dennis James, student manager5 Nelson Newman, 1675 Bob Hilton, Erickson, 1375 and Head Coach Robert Hauver. First row: Gary Kegley heavyweigI1t5 Milt Dahlgren, 1775 Russ Jenson, 1375 and Assistant 1675 Rod Melroy, 1915 Norm Schmeeckle, 1605 Bob Vokoun, heavy Coach Joe Willis. Second row: Mike Koch, 1455 Walt Griffiths, 1155 weight5 Cliff Brock, 1455 John Daake, 1775 and Kelly Wood, 160. Lyle Gearhart lifts his opponent high in the air to put him on the defense. "This is how we do it." Frede Goings does more than just point, as he uses his offensive attack to maneuver his opponent for a pin. 'Q , w iftvy- Lx-J" 'Y Judges and timers have a double problem to solvej one is trying to decide who won, the other keeping dry. s, r 13.0 ki I ' - - fri:-'iff-4 -1 530 fi ,,. .F Perfect form-the key to a winning dive. Dennis Kurse shows a form that was the result Keameyfs Rick Mccurdy gasps for one more breath of ai, of hard "Mk and Wactice' before finishing first in the '50 yard freestyle against Colo- p F I El.: , y , , X! p l -rs 1 Q -t , f W . .. 1' 'x y '. ,,.. 5-if . X. ,,.. , if , 'git6Z3.?i " Ill tijj 'tif ,' E e 5 . flffh' '. ig , Members of the men's swim team included, back row: Rick Lempp, Don Beck lhead coachl. Front row: Warren Miller, Barry Nowak, Curt Smith, Seim, Joyce A. Reed fcoachl, and Joan Bailey fcoachl. Second row: Dave John Lofberg, and Lonnie Duling. Sherrerd, Marv Conyers, Dennis Kruse, Dan Dunne, Bob West, and Dr. Gene Women swim team members, back row: Dr. Gene Beck Chead coachl, Joyce A. Reed fcoochl, - . and Joan Bailey fcoachl. Third row: Peg Davis, and Barb Wilson, Second row: Dorothy Creason, Jo Heckel, and Kay'Schopp. Front row: Jane Reed, Barb Schmidt, and Kathy Jefferies. Kearneyis men swimmers had to settle for second best during the year as they ended the season with a 1-6 dual record and finished second in the AAU, NCC, and NAIA District 11 swim contests. Western State of Colorado spoiled the Antelopeis opening meet with a 56-38 win. The team then lost to XVayne, 65- 30, and were dumped for two losses in a triangular meet by Emporia State, 72- 16 and Colorado College, 81-13. Kearneyis win of the season came with a 51-44 blasting of Chadron. Rick Lempp led the Antelope attack with a first in the 500 yd. freestyle and helped both the 400 yd. freestyle and medley relay teams place Hrst. Other wins were posted by Dan Strobl in the 200 yd. breastroke and Barry Nowak in the 200 yd. freestyle. The swimmers were then topped by Colorado State, 59-34 and closed out the season with a 57-38 loss to Concordia. Women swimmers Enished 10th in the National Intercollegiate Meet held in rf , Kent, Ohio. The women were then nip- ped by Grand Island 39-38, but won the Midwestern AAU meet. f -4, nl: 'J M54 H Pa l . . A i ' 5 ,. ,v 1 .N Q., imggigag.-..-. ll '9' T15-YP.-it-rvvals. 1. Antelope Trackmen Grab Kearney continued to be the outdoor track power in the Nebraska College Conference, as the Antelope track team blasted their way to a twelfth straight NCC track crown. In the championship meet held last spring at Foster Field, Kearney cinderrnen rolled up 130 points and a healthy lead over runner-up Peru who finished with 58 points. Three new NCC track records were set by the Ante- lopes during their two day romp. Dennis McCraw's 6' Sv leap in the high jump and Charlie Hircockis 158' 81? discus throw were marks set in the field. While on the track, Larry Sallinger's 14.4 sec. running in the 120 high hurdles was another record breaker. Other outdoor track action included the Antelope's complete domination of the fifth annual Kearney State Relays. KSC cindermen took 11 of 15 first place awards and claimed seven of eight new relay records. Hurdler Larry Sallinger led the Antelopes to a 88-87 dual win over Fort Hays, as he captured first place in the 120 high hurdles and the 330 intermediate hurdles. Kearney's Vernon Hasty, jim Schaefer, and Fred Williams also grabbed first place votes for the Antelopes. The 4-10 yd. run was won by Ramon C-odtel of KSC, because of a Fort Hays disqualification. Kearney trackmen saw action in the Kansas Relays and Sallinger paced KSC,s showing in the Colorado Relays as he reeled off a spectacular 14.0 performance in the 120 yd. high hurdles during the preliminary heat. Record-shatter- ing performances in the sprint medley and javelin at the Howard Wood Relays, a win in the Midwest AAU meet, and a tie for tenth place in the NAIA meet, closed the 1965 season for the Antelopes. 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Two-mile relay team member Kent May accepts his award from Dr. Mike Shada, KSC faculty member, while Jerry Stine peeks at his medal. Other members were Mike Herbert, and Warren Christensen. 115 s 4 1-"f::.s..: - X '15 .,.,,.,.,, V V 1-'-ki ..,.. , . ff: - - .. ,y , ' - , - ' . . Getting the shot to fly was a concern for Randy Rasmussen. He finished behind team members Jim Owens and Charlie Hircock in the NCC meet. Owens dethroned Wayne State's Ed Humpal as "Shot put king." Sh ., ayad a Ss .. , ., -x 'vt' ' M gl ' - ' X 2 114 fffl 5'- r e Q: xiwrftx 1' F F4-' 53 4. . W , 2 5, X ' d X R H. in' V . X X ts . NNN . ' . e- . kdm. A .3 Head track coach Charlie Foster's cindermen have captured their l5th NCC outdoor title of the 20-year-old meet. N -rFm""I'f ' " 'X ' 5-28405 ' , Z r.rc.-SNK ' ,Q-fr-:Mi Q: ' X sz ' AW .,-V x A ,,,, l. fl ' .4-.rwxv-w r ,ig ,fff.,, . , f f-Mi-"f'g". . A we 1 'IMT Q 'fk wgf w'f:,r,... . x rirlgg-4-1:s.,gGj. " -' ' , .R.:,: . .-si--woes.. - lf.5i-Gifts.. A M. 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Antelope performances in the longer running events were sparked during the indoor season by miler Carroll Kinnaman. High in the air and over the bar . . . it spells success for pole vaulter Jack Ehler as he clears I4' during the Kearney Invitational meet. Tl'3CklI1Bl1 UDBI1 SBZSOI1 At N3t10I13l NAIA IIIUOOI' MEET Kearney trackmen opened their 1966 indoor season at the NAIA Indoor Meet in Kansas City. Five Antelopes brought home nine points in the contest. It marked the first time that Coach Charlie Foster's trackzmen had participated in the national meet. High jumper Dennis McGraw tied for fourth with a leap of 6, 2", while jim Owens placed fifth in the shot- put with a mark of 51' 2340. The Antelopes also posted two scorers in the pole vault, as jack Ehlers tied for fourth with a 13' 6" vault and Fred Williams vaulted 13' for a sixth place finish. Then the trackmen grabbed nine firsts and 119 points to outdistance South Dakota University, who scored 53 to take second, and Denver University who finished third with 33 points. On the track the Antelopes showed strong scoring power as Carroll Kinnaman took first in the mile run with 4:29.2, while VVarren Christensenis 1:58.6 showing in the 880 and Dan Moore's 9:58.8 two- mile clocking gave Kearney two more first places. The cindermen swept all three relay events in the triangular, as the two-mile team CMike Herbert, Al Wyatt, Kinnaman, and Christensen? bettered a Cushing Coliseum record of 8:08.8 with a 8:06.2 showing. The mile relay team CRoger Nielsen, Ramon C-odtel, Ron Brewer, and john Eckhoutj was iirst with 3:29.5, while the 880 team CDoug Martin, Cary Smith, Bob Sebek, and Rick Woodj led the pack with a 1:3-4.2 finish. First place finishers in the field during the first home indoor meet included lion Lauxis 22, 3" broad jump performance, a 50, 54" toss in the shotput by jim Owens, and Dennis McCraw,s 6, 4" high jump leap. In the second indoor meet for the Antelopes, Fort Hays topped Keamey 865-555 in a dual contest. john Eckhout led the trackmen in their effort, as he won firsts in the 440 yard run and in the 220. Eckhout equaled a KSC indoor mark with a 51.0 running the 440, and tied in the 220 yard run with 23.1. Kearney Hnished lirst and second in the 75 yard dash, as Gary Smith won with a 8.0 clocking and was followed by Wayne Smith. The pole vault proved to be Kearney's strongest event in the field against Hays. Fred WVilliams led the vaulters with a 14' vault, which bettered a meet record of 13' WA" and equaled the all-time Antelope indoor mark. Jack Ehlers was second, while Terry Medjo finished third. Dennis Dukesherer and jim McCarty tied for fourth. The cindermenis only other blue ribbon win came when Ron Laux leaped 22' 1" to beat out team- mate Ierry Stuckert in the broad jump. Tied at the tape? Kearney's 75-yard dash sprinter Wayne Smith C501 and Peru's Jim Hagemeier Cleftl battle it out for a victory in their heat .5 ang? . A E 1 fi' . 0 .zu p ,Q '- iV:'.." ' if 't 1 gg. S? -is J during the Kearney Invitational. The event was won by Curt Holliman of Peru in 7.8 seconds. - I , Antelope high hurdler Dean Gosch races to victory in his heat of the 75-yard highs. He finished second with a 9.8 clocking in the event. Trackmen Dominate Invitational Taking eight of 12 events, the cindermen had little trouble in racing off with the championship of the first annual Kearney State College Indoor Invitational Track Meet held March 5 in Cushing Coliseum. The Antelopes Finished with IOOW points, far ahead of second place Peru State who earned 23. Doane College took third with QZW, Nebraska Wesleyan had 14, Chadron State 10, Concordia 5, and Midland failed to score. The 880 yard run led the way for a harvest of points scored by the Antelopes in the track events. jim Harder was clocked in 2:O1.5 to win the event, while teammates lim Kendrick finished second, Tom Nelson Was third, and Jerry Stine captured fourth place. Other Hrsts for Keamey included Warren Christen- senis 423.4 mile performance, a 9.7 clocking of Bill Brown in the 75 yard high hurdles, and Dan Moore's 8:47.0 two-mile showing. The trackmen swept both re- lays, as the two-mile team won in 8:13.9 and the one- mile team was clocked in 3:2S.2. On the Held, the cindermen took the first two places in the high jump as Dennis McGraw leaped 6' 4" and was followed by teammate Lambert Krolkowski who cleared the bar at 6, Q". The Antelopes placed 1-2-3 in the pole vault when jack Ehler vaulted l4', which tied a Keamey State indoor mark. Fred Williams was second and Dennis Dukesherer tied for third in the event. 42,2 wand! Freshman John Eckhout broke his own record of 51.0 in 440 yard had to settle for second, as Peru's Jim Hagemeier bested his time run with a 50.8 performance in the Kearney State Invitational. He with a second heat win of 50.5. Dennis McGraw attempts another leap to victory in the high the indoor season, and took first in the Kearney Invitational with jump. He was the Antelopes top jumper in the event during a6' 4" leap. .c Sf S Q f . yrs N ..f-.kr in f 1. H: -- ., t-f' -fzf,-x iQ'?31,1:'5",-l" Uf1 ,y we ,5 its-N1.,f5'gY,,4Ng:,l ,'.Qfvi f'- ' "Jail-. , f, 1ifQ.Pi,i, Q 'TPIQEQ :ygjx - Dashman Gary Smith outraces opponents to the tape in the 75 yard event. Flying in the air for greater distance, broad jumper Jerry Stuckert, He won that contest in the indoor meet with Fort Hays State with a 8.0 placed second with a 22' li" leap in the Kearney Invitational. clocking. Shuttle Hurdlers Capture Second At Kansas State Invitational Meet The trackincn closed their indoor sea- son March l9. at the Kansas State ln- door lnvitational Meet at Manhattan, Kansas. A second place finish in the shuttle hurdles was the best Antelope scoring of the contest. The shuttle hurdle team of Bill Brown. Dean Gosch, Bob Smith, and Randy Schroer covered the event in 30.2. A Kearney State indoor mark of 324.5 was shattered when the mile relay team of Bon Brewer. Bick XVoocl. Ramon Codtel. and john Eckhout placed third with f3Z21.2. Jerry Stuclcert scored a fifth for the traclimen with a 22' SM" broad jump leap. H Carroll Kinnamon dichft place in the meet. hut his 9537.9 showing in the two- mile run hettered the Antelope indoor track record of 9:-10.2 for the event. 5 , J' xg 6 if illll V inli ,ff Brit? . . H, , ,ll Q ...faf -.'- ff ' Qu. On to the roof seems to be the only limitations for pole vaulter Terry Medjo. He took fifth place in the Kearney Invitational with a vault of 13' 6". Track Coach Charlie Foster fleftl discusses the first annual Kearney Invitational Track Meet with sports writer Gregg McBride of the Omaha World-Herald. Ron Laux puts extra effort into each jump. He jumped 22' 3" for a first in a triangular meet with S, Dak. University and Denver U. fifxgix WM 'Sfiittgg - .5 V . vsfQ13ff'f.f-t--T W .Mrs ltwfz-T Ps, Af' Hurdler Keith Staehr doesn't let an upset hurdle stop him from beating out teammate Dean Gosch ileftl for second place in the 120 yd. highs against St. Cloud. Augie Nelson threw the javelin 200' 5" to lead the Antelopes in that event in the outdoor meet against St. Cloud. X K ,V x' wb W ...T g. H. 42 cn 'iv -C A, A . Q-x "3 f, 1' V -, . fgg. gg gf A W . . M.: P-' .-'-er - ' ,. ' ' ' ' i .: . V . wa. ' vi, -'Lf .- r X x .V Q. . A A x Amf,g.s"fQ"iw i -"Rt, - - 'Ze -fi 1 ..- .rs ff' .1 . . sS5e..'-m,f.g..5si.A-i,..- gf. .. - If -""Pvn:.g:s5 Trackmen Rout St. Cloud The 1966 outdoor track season began for the Ante- lopes in the usual form. as they overpowered St. Cloud of Minnesota, 129-36, March 21 at Foster Field. Kearney grabbed 12 of 16 Hrsts and swept the Hrst four places in the pole Vault, high jump. 120 yd. high hurdles. and the 800 yd. run. VVarren Christensen led the scoring attack with Hrsts in the one-mile run in 4119.7 and in thc S80 with a clock- ing of 1:57.5. The Antelopes captured both the 440 yd. and one-mile relays. while john Eckhout won the 440 yd. run in 50.5, and Bill Brown took the 120 yd. high hurdles in 15.3 seconds. The team won every Held event. as .lack Ehler and Fred VVi1liams tied in the pole vault with a vault of 13, 6". Other firsts included Augie Nelsorfs 200' 5" javelin throw. jim Owen's 51, 4" shot-put toss, Dennis McCrawis 6, 4" leap in the high jump, Ron Hadwigefs 138' 75" discus toss, and jerry Stuckert's 22' 1024" broad jump. Warren Christensen pulls out far ahead of a St. Cloud miler. The Kearney trackman won the event in 4:l9.7. 1 X W PHY" ' . R Q W as side e3i...J6wsm. ex-.W-we -Sew S QW ' wt. Q yyk W. ,...,, U up l 5 X6 35 if x 9' I , 1 ... - fu... H .. I -f ,D A 4 H .-.: .v , ,-443. , W 1 4 1-X igli.:t'1N.:-:fQxff."9fY1, Q X 4 . .- - ,. w 1 I Q 1 ' . . - Q e -f "we ' A r ' .M - ur AX.. 1 f ' - ,Ffh is A . ., , I .... V V Spam - , '?'.Ai' ' 5' 'W""i "1 ' "f A af ' ' Q. A-' we " ' . 1 - ld wsivpg. wrt, E.. .ww . . , U V -. - ' . ls- rw ...fl -r' . - N V , 7 'J ' -il . 1 W Il maui' , '1't'glfll'r ' fs . -f Netmen earn 3-3 recordg Lose NCC Tennis Crown "Luck ot the draw," ended Keameyfs four year reign as NCC tennis kings. The Antelopes drew powerful Hastings in all first round matches of the Nebraska Col- lege Conference tournament, but failed to score in the meet, Hastings won the tennis crown and the Antelopes ended up in fourth place behind Peru and lVayne in the meet held on the courts in KSC,s Cushing Coliseum. The conference contest ended a season of "ups and downs," for the racquetmen. Loper netmen blasted Fort Hays 5-2, in the season opener, but were stopped by Hastings -1-3, in their second outing. Ken Reiners paced the Lopers to a 4-2 win over Nebraska XVesleyan here. Fort Hays avenged an earlier loss, defeating the Antelopes at Hays, Kansas. Singles victories by Ierry XVilliams, john Richman, Bob Lapp and Reiners sparked racquetmen to a -1-3 branding of Hastings in their last home match. Then lllesleyan bounced back to top the net- men -1-3. in Lincoln after a loss in the Erst meeting between the squads. The loss left Kearney State with an even 3-3 tennis mark for the 1965 season. John Richman, like other tennis players, can adapt to indoor play when weather threatens outdoor matches. Other members ot the i965 tennis team included Ken Reiners, Jerry Williams, Bob Lapp and Gerald Franzen. -.1 Antelope tennis player John Richman shows top form in action against Hastings. The Lopers posted 86 a 2-2 dual season against their arch-rival. i...,... Q. .','..-'Q hC"f 1' 'L' ' 1 gf 1 4 ' ,g..4 J. ' "' sg,-mf . 1 2 . I . I .tinfplqgva 4 . , fmt. ' ' f Q rg' r A ' 7? 4 L if O gy, vi 4 .', F' .-1. . . . and all the strokes add up to victory. Golf coach Les Livingston totals Kearney's score while Tom Wilson awaits the outcome. Golfers second in NCC Four strokes kept Antelope linksmen from unseating Hastings as king of Nebraska College Conference golfers. Low shooting by freshman ace ji1nTschepl and smooth- shooting john Hopp led Kearney to a second place finish in NCC action last spring. A 11-4 triumph over arch-rival Hastings and a 10-5 trimming of Nebraska NVesleyan gave Loper linksmen their first two golf victories of the '65 season. Antelope winning ways were stopped, however, in a double defeat in a triangular meet with Hastings and Concordia. Hastings topped the Loper golfers 9-6 and Concordia edged Kearney GLQ-5 yg. The Antelopes stunned Hastings 10-5, while being stopped 1155-SW by Fort Hays in the second triangular meet of the year. Hastings then squared accounts with the Antelopes in the season-long feud by taking a 9-6 win over the Kearney linksmen. Kearney prepared for the NCC title contest by over- whelming Nebraska Wesleyan a second time, 9-3. Antelope linksmen ended 1965 play by chalking up 337 strokes in the NCC meet held on the par-74 Kearney Country Club course. L "I can, l can, l think l can," says Tom Wilson. Other members who thought they could were Jerry Culp, John Hopp, Fred George and Jim Tschepl. , fi I, . in t. -N i l X 1 . Q l Tam Lawson was one of the Antelopes leading hitters in l965, as well as playing third base and working as one of the team's catchers. ,,w,-vu sr. ze P at I jqfli-wan: Gerhardt Takes Over x .f.. . ,. .,.,g4, ,. 414' 1 .fi 4 if ., .Y . , . 1- ea -, -- . . . ' fu' .Wa ' . 3' f , ' ' - ' mfg 31- ,. f lf' z' ' ' 5.2-If " xi' 4 L' V " 'il In ' ' 'Ula' at V Q35 -r 41, f y . H., ., Q g f' f .F X 6 ' lf spa ? 'lffp 1- 7 ,- i f..ffW4'f l l'l'i7"'fl vi-hull ,, l A dr The l965 Antelope baseball team--Front row: Don Hoesly, Roy Wagner, Gary Duran- ski, Don Wilson, Lee Jacobsen, Dave Snyder, Larry Johnson, Gary Robertson, Tom Lawson, Pat Avey. Second row: Assistant Coach Tom Vincent, Fred Gerhardt, Mel Aerni, Bill Weekly, Emmit "Red" Bosshamer, Ron Heitman, Rich Peters, Jerry Pittman, 'wt Lv , 1 ' i 4 ' - 4 '. r .5 V1 xx .,..,.........,'..c .N ,N X . ,. W ' ' f . 4' .,.-ff" f, ' M, "x...-.,.M...w Q . ' . . ,Q o , ,A f .41 .HAL A ,fy gif: - 'wi-N,7.1,'L ., . .,-, . , . . ,..-. .,-,. , . --f.?,:,,- V , if 1 X . if in yy sg r - e r. y 1. ., 'r a ep ,C ,if v . ' lr l . V . V 6, 'll"'U ' ,,.. 6 gt? . ,-M gg.",i'ML, Vw, s ' ,r , , ,My:,,.:,5,,,!,, . . N. 1-,,.-1,7f5f,,,x3,.,,, ,,. W A , q4."'Q3 wi rf awpi, ,if A- ' 1 - 'V -by I 'fa-a., qs - ,. . J 'iff' , U, ' "",fA" L1 W" Q. -. - - "H . . . 4, am: la.. a-. , . -mnsw sf.: 'flier-1 fc- 4 One of a number of meetings held to strengthen Kcarney's play. lt's just one part of the job for Coach Gerhardt, A new coach guided Antelope baseball eilorts during the 1965 season. Coach Fred Cerhardt had the use of eleven returning lettermen in a 17-game schedule. VVeather conditions not only hindered pre-season pro- gress, but also forced' a cut in the schedule to fifteen games, which ended in a 6-9 season mark. Snow and cold caused the scheduled opening game with Concordia to be postponed, and the Antelopes to start their baseball season at VVashburn University. Rains limited the original four-game contest to just one, as NVashbum stopped the Kearneyites 16-1. Creighton University split a double header in the home opener with the Antelopes. Kearney was nipped in the first game 1-0, but captured the second game 1-0 on a no-hit performance by pitcher Don VVilson. The Antelopes then dropped a twin bill to Nebraska NVesleyan 8-6 and 2-0. In the first contest, Keamey base- ball players unleased one of their best hitting perform- ances of the season, but Wesleyan used a seven run ex- plosion in the third inning to control the game. Wesleyan again outlasted the Antelopes in the second game. The Lopers were shut-out, 2-0, as the Plainsmen scored two runs in the second inning and held Kearney to six widely scattered hits. B3S6lJ3ll Reins 1? on Q at 1. Q , V.ag..-Mg. 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Third row: Student l965 Season' R07 wugne' if first base Coach' Manager Mike Deterding, Del Prindle, John Torczon, .left Scharff, Scott Laird, John Clabaugh, Tom Ryan, Student Manager Ron Stigge, and Trainer Steve Pitkin. mwmag W gfmWHE,, 1-., 4 Y 'MM' ""'Wf2faw..r , 'vo ' .www '!Iif.'.afw1f' AW was f T415 W Even though the weather was cold - students turned out at Memorial Field to watch the Antelopes dump the Chadron Eagles. 1. 2 a-' ,f"lml:, '12, if --,. ,, A ,, J Q f " 97 . H . , n . . Ffh 'Dv -2- js 3' f Aff 5' H'ff4-fnwaa Qin L, W' lmkfw' VA 7' First baseman Gary Duranski awaits the pickoff throw from the mound as o Creighton baserunner dives headfirst for the bog. X I 2 3 5 3 i 5 "Foul ball." Waich out ump, that tip from Dick Pefer's bat is coming about mask high. Baseballers Take Second in Conference Chase Conference play opened for the Antelopes as they split a doubleheader with Peru. The Bobcats took the opener 3-2, but the Staters bounced back to take the I-inale 1 to 0 in 10 innings. A non-conference loss 8 to 6 to Concordia made up a twice-postponed contest. The Kearney nine returned to conference action against the Hastings Broncos. Again splitting the twin bill, Kearney took a 4-2 loss in the opener, but Don Wilson pitched a 1-0 shutout at the Presbyterians. A 8-0 non-NCC game over York gave the.Antelopes momentum for a double win, 2-0, and 4-3 over the Chad- ron Eagles. Chadron errors plus timing hits by Duranski and Jacobsen won the first game, and Duranski and Dan Hosely got singles to clinch the doubleheader. A shot at the NCC championship was at stake at Wayne as the Antelopes journeyed northeastward. Again, lack of plate power hobbled the Kearneyites as they were dumped 4-0 in the opener as they could get but 4 singles. In the championship contest, they went 3-2 but could not hold the lead and dropped a 6-3 decision to the NCC champion Wildcats. The 4-4 conference record tied the baseballers with Peru for second spot in the race. .. jx . x -, 3 K is ., , . X- vs "' ' 9. "' ' - to v Mgt , ' uv .W ,S 5554: os if J W ,F -N ' ' ,rg-iz - . qi r' Kun' V 'fy .lt-It: ' A .ere T '. as e.. .. ,ff t 1 -.r-- . Y- . M. - 3 .I ' '. E' riff' r - iii? lt N ! eeisrr: K 'rr 'if' .i.-- ., -we N s X I A rs .i - . U as-Sas- . c '1"-g:.w'- ""' vga: -5,5-,f-" 1f5'lAfQ5 .sglgxxg X - N is . -- . ,wx .-ski , s5S"N2,-Eiga 1, 7- s""' ag -ri " ' 2-Wg? 2 4 exeizissr- , we -Piss 'X - x-XS-.iwcxxi .-Axsgjfxyxm 1 .nf 5 .,mQ:.fi. Qs., A It . A p es- - . a - M xfxfe r K 'r ----w - .A - - gi.. - Yes. X . t Q :tr . ' Q: , SEQ.. 5 Lf ' lf vi 1,5 . 9' 'zE"?sie..3.. .1-sa. :Ja One more inning to go as the Antelopes take the field in the top half of the ninth. Pitcher Don Wilson ll0D on his way to a shutout, is followed by "Butch" Robertson l5l. Rf? Larry Johnson makes the final hit in his career as an Antelope on the Memorial Field diamond. What's the call here? Manager Duane Kuhnel, head coach Fred Gerhardt, assistant coach Tom Vincent, and Fred Gerhardt, Jr., ponder the situation. ORGANIZATIONS E , 'Z x 5341 p' .4 . r- rff iff i", , , "WM .' W : in tStandingJ Sandy Soukop, Bob Seaman, Susie Flack. CSeotedJ Carol Lambley, veepg Gale McReynolds, prexy, Dixie Denman, secretary, Gene Hynes, treasurer. Student Council members worked hard during the summer and early fall to "pull off" the best Homecoming ever. Cooperation and completed assignments made the Band-Day-alumni return day one to remember. The summer dance was well handled, and much work was done toward helping the college become a university. Cale BIcHeynolds was chosen president last spring over Noun XVesterbuhr and Carol Lamb- ley was second in command by her victory over George Abraham and Polly Newman. Carol was elected president of the State Student Councils in Xlayne in November. Student Council Plans for College Growth to University Status fStandingl Betty Jo Gillipsie, Ted Quick, Dan Costello, Larry Routh, Nancy Feaster. lSeatedl Jo Stadler, C. J. Ewers, Carolyn Allen Bigown, fSl'andingQi Pam Burks, Duane McCan, Dallas Haring, Roland Carnes, Kathy Keating, Pat Wenzl, Dr. Curtis Siemers. CSeatedl Judy Krubeck, Judy Tollefsen, Paula Vernon 94 'fr 1,-4' 'Q-ef ' mv' ..f-"' lback rowl Judy Christensen, Ann Baldwin, Frances Blincow, Jon Munderloh, Larry Voorhees, Terry Scoville. lmiddle rowlz Diane Euler, Peggy Sams, Marsha Spelts, Peggy French, Sue Stewart, Moe Deines. lseatedl Bob Lanham, Diana Rasmussen, Phyllis Showers, Carol Oran, Mr. Ward Sehrack. SAC Becomes SUACQ Gets New Constitution Members of SAC formally broke their ties with the Student Council during the year. They ratified a new Constitution and with the naming of Mr. Ward Schrack as Union director, they received a new advisor. In addition to the usual things SAC had been doing for several years, this year's group sponsored FAC-Friday Afternoon Club activities including games, cards, movies, free shakes, etc. In sponsoring the pool tourneys, they also sent the winner, Duane Kuhnel to the district playoff in Kansas. Who's playing and who's telling who how to play. SUAC sponsored several afternoons of bridge during the year. , l E l s 5 l E I l i 2 OFFICERS: President Moe Deines, Phyllis Showers, Carol Oran, Larry Vorhees. 95 I X in -.-, -5 ,1-w.:,1-tv 6. . ,. . 2 1fQ"YF'. ' Q S F , ,v,,, , , f, ..q. . .. : . q'i 5"., -. "WW A' ? f, ' 1- 1.11211 L "J ' 7552 3 1, ix gf- , . ' ' ' 5- ' 'rx 5 . 1 fr, ' I 'X' I 6.1.9, 1,3 Y, CANDIDATES FOR 1966-67 OFFICERS: Kback rowl Lmda Ball Mrchr Ehlers Cvrce president! Jill Smith, Carol Halsey Crecordsli Cfront rowl Jane Reed Barbara Kucera Csecretary treasurerl Micki Roth, Ruth Shovlain Cpresidentl. CBack rowl: Many Gibson, Dee Bantom Cfourth rowjz Ruth Shovlain, Sandy Holen Cthird rowl: Mary Pendle, Belva Van Boen- ing. Csecond rowJ: Connie Cass, Jan Palmer ifront fowl: Micki Roth. 96 1965-66 has been a busy year for AVVS personnel. A new system of dormitory rules and life has been initiated. Money for matching fluids for a scholarship was made available to the Endowment Association. Mem- bers attended the regional AWS meeting in Kansas last November. The gals joined with Men's League in sponsoring several activi- ties during Freshmen Week. During the spring they held their 'first "Standards, Week by in- viting people to speak on dress, customs, health, etc. during a Week long observance. Micki Roth was elected to succeed Sue Zikmund as president on March 25. -Hr -. rbi x rr bs A' ik: 'LEX X ' l X-4 i x Recemng a S200 scholarshrp check rs Dr Mrlton J Hassel from AWS presrdent Sue Zrkmund and treasurer Jan Palmer The money was used for matching funds for the Endowment Assocratron pf-s Qs E 1965-66 OFFICERS: lstandingl: Kathy Johnston .muzanne Wrllrams Mary Grbson Jan Palmer Ruth Shovlarn lseatedi Sue Zlkmund Muck: Roth Stuckert Heads Men's League For Year T i J a r rw - f fl- - , .X gif . wif "'A' ' "vt 55' is x . A f .,- 1 :rr as: , 's ', . ' ig , Q jerry Stuckert Wayne Cappa Camie McCormick jerry Wise president vice-president secretary treasurer One major activity of Men's League is the Freshmen Picnic held during the orientation week each fall. Money to pay for the annual feed is gathered as men go through the fee payment line and are assessed 50 cents each to help the treasury. An amount is used for scholarships and loans also. Half the troop is ready for the final presentation of the l965-66 season. The other holf is at the opposite end of the Coliseum. WAGONEER PERSONNEL: Sue Helmick, Nancy Johnson, Kathy Pleback, Sherri Wiggins, Marlene McCarty, Joan Ritz, Judy Phares, Cindy Olson, Sue Divan, Paula Klatt, Karen Kinnan, Barb Lollman, Diana Rasmussen, Morgene Olson, Dana Steadman, Sue Russell, Dee Bantam, Carol Gehring, Evy Mousel, Sue Borley, Betty Hughes, Joan McClymont, Diane Soll, Sue Frank. Wagoneers End Marching Season at Hastings Game ...M A 'Q ,t "IH e ,.-5 - .QNNKW em. Port of the l0 minute show is presented here. The gals received a fine ovation following their performance. Twenty-five coeds spent countless hours dur- ing the school year working toward presenta- tions of the Wagoneers. The women's drill team, captained by judy Phares of Palisade, presented shows during the football season in cooperation with the march- ing band. During the basketball season, they were the "show" during halftime. Especially noteworthy was -their final production of the cage season at the Hastings game. The gals get no credit or pay, but march and work for enjoyment and satisfaction. was 'A "Who's out of step? lt can't be me-or can it?" This question goes through the minds of each Wagoneer. - . . "9"73.fi11' lug --,,---- -- -2 1 ' 1 V . .,, 1a.s,.,- ,,,,,gfI.., ,,.,,,.,, 2,,.?,'.,:, 4, C n,.,,,,. , , ,. , .Ig tu .zz r'lh:.:rf: 'L u-xwt 'sf 1'-r,4vgf,vf of -M., le: fer , -A new ff ws we-.fifws f 'v 1--. V, ,.., . , .,....,,, ,., , ,. . . 1, ..,., ......,,.,. ,,. ,, :anna FIB!! 1966 Cheerleaders: Bari Phillips, LaVonne Lichti, Rosalind Smith, Polly New man, Julie Zeller, Judy Austin, Elaine Thomas, Cheryl Mintkin Cheerleaders Assist Student Council in Planning of Cheering Section at Home Games Julie Zeller, Kearney State's entry in the Miss USA Cheerleader, displays the form which gave her the opportunity to be Keorney's representative. A few moments before the basketball game begins, the cheerleaders have time for discussion. Seated, LaVonne Lichti tells Polly Newman and Cheryl Mintkin what to do next. 100 Pi Gamma Mu Selects Members ,-?t N:- -'Q'-W... E 1-sn. X Larry Routh Linda Atkinson Members of Pi Gamma Mu, though small in num- bers represent social science scholarship. Membership is open to those who have 21 hours with a B average and are pursuing a 4 year program. Highlight of the year was the sponsoring of a full A-,,,.,-7 Susan Stuckert Donna Knutson From Social Science Majors -9 X 4 r"-13 .. XJ s mdk-w A-ff John Clabaugh Pam Fellers length movie concerning the Amish when the religious group was involved in the news in Iowa school affairs. A medal is given each year to the outstanding senior graduating. WN ':..-rr Thomas Dunlay Lyle Hinrichs 101 Blue And Gold Editor ls Draftedg as i Class Does Much Work On Annual A in . ,I gy Greek and activities editor Roy Kociemba and chief photographer Bob Shanks look at the final pictures for the 66 Blue and Gold. - 7.'--lil Dick Hodtwalker was first semester editor until his friends and neighbors wanted him. Now he's in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Members of the yearbook production class worked on the book during the first semester. Coeds here are sorting the class mug shots. 'FJ 1 1 i Wa .,.' Q4 Steve DeLay served as sports editor for the book. Last year's spring sports are again featured in this year's book. 102 The Antelope Is Widely Cussed And Discussed During School Year scent lrlllll r-ber, Je!! Klrll ,Q"K tu right. smell Ar- ia The Antelope Vnlume 55. Nu I! KEARNEY STATE C0l1LEGiE Friday, March I, 1966 Teacher ul KSC Counesy Day Stromer Files ?"' - l MR, GERALD s'rRDnlI-:R Ml-. oerela sn-emer. preeelll. ly leeenlllg el irsc, is n rel.- ulrillle ler me sale iegillnllll-e in me mn disrricr. 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Sslllbllry Sarul 1-nemgllell, lmlr cllrrs Campus News Peace cel-pl regrelelllelllel our ne rm ellmlllll Mllllrlll, lllla 'rllelally illr llllynlle llllefrllee ill lne nl1lllllll.llllllll rllrnrmllllen lm me Pelle rllrpe ll lllllllnnle el lne il- nlllrl er llllaerlle eell mllmel lne lllilee nl the uellll ln sllle aelll nlilllre. rinem los lll ln- Alill-llllillrllllrm nlrualllg "se rl rrlena f nrmg ls lrlerla e Ao lne nirlrlllrnl-lnlle ll mil ne el lne cmlellmers smllllng rrem ll rl rn le s pm 'rlremny ella lrllm lo lrrl ll. 4 pm Wednesday -rlle sllllielll Llrllell Aelillllee celllmlrlee -lil lpelleer e aellle lelllglll rrelrl l to lz lll lne Llllllll nrlnrrlnrl-l Alirnllelnll ll is eelllr rllr llllgiee, sus ellllllles. rise clmlleeiillle ol llle urlllerllly nr Nenrelul 'lil prey. lllr All sllluerlls eng missed ine izrlglmn prnrleleney ellnm, ella one new rllll lnlren adlrenlllln- ll Psyrnning, ms lmlrl lelre lne elem sl 4 so p m Monday m rlrlnm lla Aa ve.. mlml pam lnrs elrnm m llraer le lllle aerll learn Pl neilll splllnll. illlnerlrry irlrlrneirlm rrlllernlly, nel lelv ell llrl. rllemnrrr ne, nrre illllmlea eller e alllller el cnet i..llnrllle-l r-'en za. Neo lllelllnrll llre Lynn Briefly cempllll. slelle nelly, slele Fil-la, Mr inns lenerlll, my lreelerrlile, Clrllie wllae ella ilm wlllrlll selllirll oieell, Jerri Nlllegu, und Nllley Nllleeea. llre :ne re elplellll ri lile Mlllie sallrellll-e rslllllllel crllllerenre lenllielsn ree lne lemma lellleller l-Lui: llr lnele lnree rlelnlrlell lenirl ed ua. Plll-Am elrnlle nel gllllnea ure mere lull ell lnell nigae rllr use rllllrlll - lpnllellrea - elm 'sr ii yell .le llllel-eelea ln glllllg le .lla werillllg in i-:llrllpll lnil llll-llmer. see ur nnllllu illlglpiel. nnllln mln nn olril one are mlerellea in open l-llsn may llgrl ll ill-l ln Denll slsler-5 lrlllre A zo get average ls l-eqlllrea rrlllr greallelee ei Kearney sllle college llale been selen- gli lnr lrlrlllslnrl lll lne lass edi llrm el "Tile olllemllalllg vellrlg ivlell lll nmerlerl " ney ere James xnlpp, Kell-A ney Allerrlry, Donald neselrnl. alreelrlr .ll eamlsllnlm el cnnle rlm smle cllilege, Dr David L Jelllerl, llllllrelrlel me lnslrll lor at clllornne slele college at Greeley al-nl cnrlries r-:allerll Nrlrrle, Al-llrlglell rlelgnlsl nil- nnll, seller unllrelllrlel elleele llle This is it - Every Friday morning, the Daily Hub delivered 3500 copies of The Antelope During the year, 30 issues are printed - much of it the work of 3 or 4 students and their advisors - Miss Amyette the tirst semester, and Mr. Jensen, both semesters. Editor this year was Stephanie Egley, Grand Island ' 5 X ee- , le, 3 ,, gene sophomore. , is "" "3" . f...-.. N- are-43 2-, " fa 'Q' r Following a rough first semester when everyone 3 l .,.q,g U lampooned the weekly newspaper, The Antelope re- covered and again became the news voice of the campus. Several campus groups expressed their dis- ' .KQSQQ approval in poorly written and duplicated 'sheets of s 5.1 A - l, their own early in the year. Q .QQ I l gli. . N, . ' e . lgfig:-1 e .Ig .- QQ?-'X , , 1 1 l H i , 'A ' Q- - . l 1 Business manager Lynn Camplin tells his staff Ron Sands and .f ..,-:slits , g , , , Q, Nelta King how to make those sales pitches when they sollclt il K advertising downtown. li wfi- r Jerrene Friesen, campus newshound. KGVF Provides Campus With Radio News, Music, Pam Brust, Jamie Boatright, Larry Junker, Larry Dahl- sted, Allan Brecht. And Other Programs KOVF is a student operated radio station that is used as a laboratory as well as serving the campus residence halls. Students run the entire operation - with the help, as- sistance and guidance of the advisor - izive days each week of the school year. Many former KOVF staff members are now in local, state, and national radio and television positions. Credit is also earned in speech 336. Peg Nelson, John Hauner, Steve Flood, Larry Jenson, Kathi Sveeny. if Lance Hehner, Clayton Hesser, Dee Willirs, Mike Monahaughn, Jane Reed. 104 -ws. Roger Eischlemen, Dick Wells, J. D. Wilson, Mr. Robert Larson, od- visor, Bob Tompkins. Young Democrats Host Man Campus Speakersg Get Ready For Fall 1966 Elections At a Democratic meeting held in the Nebraskan, Mrs. Maxine Morrison leads the group in singing "America the Beautiful." OFFICERS AND GUESTS, back row: Wanda Axman, news reporter: Ray Davis, sponsor, Dr. Robert Talbott, sponsor Larry Doyle, secretary-treasurer, John Mitchell, state chairman. Seated: Mrs. Mary Mitchell, Mrs. Maxine Morrison John Norsworthy, president: and Governor Frank Morrison. Many speakers hit the campus this year, some good, some bad, some in good reputation, and some of questionable stature. The Young Democrats helped bring some of these men to the campus to allow students to hear all sides of the political spectrum. john Norsworthy was the chief spokes- man on campus when it came to Democratic politics. .lohn Mitchell, state chairman, thanks KSC students and faculty for their assistance during the post year. 1 Young Republicans Sweepstake Winners At State Meet' More Than 100 Students loin Their Ranks At KSC O okx This is just a small part of the total membership of the Young Republicans year the group met twice monthly, inviting local, state, and national this year. The night was a wintery snowy evening and not too many students speakers to campus. Much controversy was forthcoming about some of their left the warmth of their rooms to pose for the photographer. During the activities. 1- ' Senator Roman Hruska spent an afternoon on the Kearney State Campus in November. Although his visit was non-partisan, Young Republicans were X :QL out in full force to welcome him and to hear his remarks in the Nebraskan. S x , W h ,A 1 get 'E x."'N Xi X .eh . A xx .xg 'A .xr-'X xx- -Xsq.. .xxx-IN Governor candidate Val Peterson was on campus several times during the year. Here he speaks to a meeting at- tended by Kearney citizens as well as college students. 106 v l l... rw'-v..'T'1t'wf-t. fel . -2'a.an1n"f-A. Candidate for governor Val Peterson chats with Lela Menges a moment following his speech at a Young Republican meeting. . : ,,, ,,,,. ' i- ilitiidiif 3 f 2 'Q E 1 5 V . 1 ,, s 'sf lg, , ,!, Caught by a Blue and Gold photographer, this is typical of most business meetings whether Young Republican or other campus organizations. 5' is Q' Dr. Aristides Sosa, a refugee from Castro's Cuba tells the Young Republicans of some of the problems faced by his native land under the communistic rule of Castro. , ., , . ,. 21 e fm-iv , ,fide 1 if RQ, A, ,W ff-f 4 ali" :Qwest ' f y? 'ff , gat r .9 7 , 'N xv '35, V g l rf.. ,. . , , , , ,. , . , . J . .. - emi-- ' ' Asif'-'fE'f .'4','hi4E. " 'L' ' ' '.s14f'5ifJ fr. 1'-mfr. ,41- '-:,1f1"11: T-.1 ,wffj "?',,",,.:.- V-L-.12-'Q-"fl-yi?-. -f:i:Q'-'.f4"- TZ. -a:ifQlqii?f5 3iF:?r: ,1 f -4 -'.:":,-'i,HH:" -A -: r.,3.f311',f--5-1:, ' t 1 ,flaw ,:"-7,517 5,153 1 i.1:zi2'?if',.:i: ' . " f- --1:-pw' 's1'.f.-sw'f"-A-inf 'Ji .- f54,:?ff , .aff ' -v A' VM. ..,- -1 ,,,rf-- 1- . ,T ,.,'.,I,,1,,,,,,.t,v, . i:f.fW5"1vfI Lotsa M-,f::pQZ6'.' . --J,-:-' fy,-45,-.v.,.'.',-' r1g,.1,..gt-. 4. ' ,J A Ugg. ,.,,.., hw- - -,.fA4-4f:.-gee..--.,4.zf-1.4-,sg 1, ,- :ef -"qt.ez:.,':'- ""Qfs " '71, wsu ' .45-5,'5.5,.:,L.Qr, l.,1,g,,:5g-,igr -.V - uf, ug.. 1- . ,':'ff1rf" ' fr: fit -1,21-,?', :- .A Kearney State's Young Republican Club was the best in the state lost year. Admiring the trophy they won are lback row? Rick Ender, Doug Nutter, Kathy Redenbo, Roger Petska. lseafedl Carolyn Lynch, Jim Gallant, Sue Rojeska. 107 1 , 4 a Whitehouse Leads K Club to Busy Year. Club Buys New Equipment for Coliseum lBack rowl: sponsors, Dr. Mike Shada, R. D. Hauver, lsixth rowiz Lee Jacobsen, Myron Detering, Dennis McGraw, Jeff Scharff, Gary Mireau, Augie Nelson, Warren Christensen, Tom Lawson. ififth rowl: Gary Malone, Ray Godtel, Ron Hadwiger, Jim Harder, Tom Ryan, Craig Gibbons, Dan Hosley, Kenneth Carmann. lfourth rowlz Clayton Anderson, Dan Moore, Jack Ehler, Al Wyatt, Roger Neilsen, Jerry Stine, Randy Rasmussen, Ed Kruml, Duane Kuhnel. lthird rowl: Pete Romanoff, Ed Pieters, Keith Staehr, Lyle Gerhardt, Walt Griffiths, Dale Naprstek, Carroll Kinnaman, John Peterson, Kim May, Tom Nelson. lsecond rowl: Mike Herbert, Jim Lindau, Ron Jeide, Ernie Thayer, Marv Conyers, Dan Dunne, Ran Brewer, Randy Kriski, Jack Wolfe, Al Schneider. lfront rowl: Rod Karsten, Wayne Gappa, Doug Martin, Bill Maggiacomo, Bob Smith, Bob Whitehouse, Mike Inselman, Willis Kilgore, Milt Dahlgren, Jim Tschepl. 108 OFFICERS - Mike Inselman, Bob Smith, sponsor, Dr. Mike Shada, sponsor, R. D. Hauver, Bill Maggiacomo, Bob Whitehouse. "N Members of K Club sponsored a "get-together" with Kearney High lettermen this year. At the head table were Bob Smith, Bob Whitehouse, Kearney High football coach Clair Boroff, and KSC coaches Bob Hauver and Al Zikmund. Vicki Livingston was crowned K Club Queen last spring and will relinquish her job this year. She presented medals at the Kearney Relays, and Invitational track meets as well as representing the Club at various functions. S s , -'I 'ff' QM Each spring the K Club hosts a free chicken feed-usually a picnic at Harmon Park. Graduates who have earned three varsity letters in one sport are given blankets. ...f " .9 , . Just another stop in the fee payment line. Bill Maggiacomo and Bob Whitehouse check for K Club dues while AWS and Men's League repre- sentatives wait their turn. K Club members sell coke, pop corn, coffee, candy and N ' ' -, hot dogs at games. Here Wayne Gappa fills Coke cups. lm 'X .WN - ..., -Q, ,A I-,nn v id, s.ff:.f3:.,'NK Q 9,l, 'Ar'5 , S-...Mn R ,sqm S.sx,',?,r. .,-hx , Q, J ax.:--i ' - .,: 'sf ' 'f' 4 '- V 'alfa ' 5 ' '-f.-, .5 ' ' - I f' -U, ,N :ax 5 - 1' 5 V ,, . ,. ,,, . ,U .1 - -.L ,A 4 .Q A 55- vh - V. - .. .13 ,A V, V f I 2,:,:,f,i'x,f4IQziiggufzi-Avi11 X. 1 Lai .- -A . . . ,. .l .: , gh' "Jig, "5,i:w,?jQ::,:iQ1 ' 071'--'I' - tj.: ' ' . ' ' 'mill iv-. ji-651 'ic' 1 V 4. . ,i1.+1w-ff' ' ' . .. . . K- - :egg -1 - f - ff? , . , "T""" -.:,-.-.'.f:gx-- ,sb l-v gg' -' - SEAQQ3-,vsf?Ti.'C'!f'?fe'1,f'f . il J k M ., Y .:r:afQ3fea5,,,j? eigllhlvif .Q me M A f . 3411-.. fm 2 g ,- Y F3 . ,se nl, 7 K . A -. . ,. x-W' ' 17 mf. mtg, -1,-.I-33, - -1 ,. U .'g?!'mr5.11!:f1r ::-'..'f,r56- N nj .ew -, , , ,- . -1 6, . . ., , , ,1 ,gr 4 13- ,,,. -sw' H f ., if, r5Q2fq,f,+s'4.f,. ',,g31sa . '. - - -.' , 1 - -- f.,.,... - we ...wr Eff? I 1 -4 'V ,gf " j'. 7:1 Jas, P12529 sf -' Q-V - gt . f V, Q Q lg -ag., -lj'11.Q': pm 'Q ,,, -- E--1,-1 .g,. ,f:.,f:..' .s ,V ' ' -.IH Hg" L -' 2" .Y - ,I - ' 'ffQ.1.j72 H , . 'qi 9295 -.,j.,31. +-- . ...s:fr2?a.iX.f'-resins: -- 2.-W4--vf,:z1S -1fx.v:e"g,,1 A ..,-5-4-.e-1 - -:.-1. 4 f' this :W - . - - ' " . '+.:'14w's'2::1,Q 1' .1 ' I Q - K NE?:fz.,J--1 . .. ." s ' I i 7' ' H f lf ' 'G ., 109 Industrial Arts Club Makes, Furnishes All College Trophies This Year Jim Grapes and Denny Christensen show some ot the trophies made for the track meets. . 5" Ae OFFICERS: Larry Banks, vice president, Mr. Ora Lindau, sponsor, Dave Detmer, secretary, Jim Grapes, presidentg Bob Beaver, treasurer. Members of the Industrial Arts Club turned their time and effort into money this year as they started to make and supply all college trophies. Included in the ones they made were speech meets, Inter High Day, track meets, and Industrial Education Fair which they helped sponsor. lBack fowl: Larry Ross, Richard Norskov, Lonnie Speck, Dave Adam, Ron Flohr, Ed Hollingsworth, Mike Dunn. ifourth rowl: Milford Doell, Robert Gottsch, Mike Epp, Mick Stewart, Dave Detmer, Gary Malone, Jim Grapes, Dennis Einspahr. Cthird rowl: Darwin Samp, Jerry Glass, Gary Pinger, Gaylan Steele, Delmer Van Lengen, Larry Nienhueser, Bob Beaver, Bernard IIU ZH Rath. isecond rovvl: Mr. Eugene Beck, Mr. Maynard Envick, Mr. Ora Lindau, Monte Nutt, Mr. Ed Monson, Dennis Christensen, Mr. Kenneth Carlson. ifront rovl: Harold Korb, Larry Banks, Garry Johnson, Rich Turner, Dave Muirhead. Members of the Rodeo Club this year traveled more than ever before as they entered more rodeos in the surrounding states. In addition to the regular college rodeos held in the spring, many members entered the summer events held in hundreds of Nebraska towns each year. The annual Kearney State Rodeo this spring was a two day affair held at the Murrish arena West of town. As was the Case a year ago, a large crowd attended, bolstered somewhat this time by those attending the annual KSC Invita- tional Track Meet held the same day. OFFICERS: Jerry Kaufmann vice president Sandra Helmer secretary treasurer Allan Baxter, president Bob Lapp publicity chairman O T Ventress sponsor Rodeo Club Enters Area Rodeos, Sponsors Uwn Go Round On April 30 May 1 113' CT .df fs' an 1 as ,fb 'E ff-1 4 , 'fr' 'QW ' ,M rj ... 1 ,. f , Y 4 1 WU- ri sri,-I Aw 4 . is-V ,Y 4: MEMBERS: fback rowl: Bill Bernt, John Fletcher, Gaylord Mann, Jerry Griffith, mg Barb Pemberton Sandra Helmer Linda Halgebewitz Coleen Hayes ffront Jerry Felker. ftliird rowl: Frank Hawk, Gary Whitloffer, Gerald Burns, .lerry rowl Gary Marlin Bob Loop Allan Baxter A T Ventress sponsor Kaufmann, Tim Olin, Jim Adams. lsecond rowl: Elaine Heapy, Evie Schmeid- H, X 5 - - v Q Q , 2 I lBack rowl: Ron Cyboren, John Clabaugh, Tom Nelson, Larry Banks, Tim Hansen, Jack Dugan. lmiddle fowl: Sue Stuckert, Wilda Von Arsdal, Lois Anderson, Gladys Schulz, Carolyn Covey. lfront rowlt Jim Chouquetfe, Jay Henderson, Bruce Friz- zell, Arlyn Montgomery, Gary Muth. 112 OFFICERS: Pam Geography Club lBack rowl: Dan Pierce, Bill Schoneberg, Bob Harvey, Don Hopkins, Buster Long, Bob Fry, Bud Mannering. lmiddle rowlz Pam Fellers, Dave Bowman, Larry Routh, Mr. Steele Becker, Mrs. Ann Zarinna. lfront fowl: Ted Kasler, Dan Moore, Croig Gibbons, Wayne Huntley, Dove Cure. Fellers, Dave Bowman, Sue Stuckert, and Mr. Steele Becker. ppc. Culver ,V Standing: Jim Sisler, Curtis Cole, Stephanie Ehley, Bob Lewis, Craig Camplin, James Froger, Jim Gunlicks. Kneeling: Tim Hunsberger, Bill Mulligan. In cockpit: Marjorie Schwaderer. Ikarus Membership lumps, Many Solo, Others Plan To Tour Europe This Summer J buff ,... f Under the tutelage of Dr. Hannes Hagspiel, the Ikarus Club grew by leaps and bounds again this year. Scores of students joined the soaring club throughout the year and many were lucky enough to get shirt tails snipped signifying that they had soloed. Last summer several members toured Europe and this summer an even larger number plan to take advantage of a similar trip. Dr. Hagspiel owns the planes, but leases them to the KSC students at a very nominal Cost. OFFICERS: Stephanie Egley, freosurerg Tim Hunsberger, presidentp Marjorie Schwaderer, secretary. Riu The thrill of o sailplane ride is undescribable - and the day you solo is one to be remembered all the rest of your life. 113 v .,. . - - Q s-of.. . . 4. CBack rowJ: Mrs. Hofferber, Mrs. Higgins, Miss Williams, Cseventh rowlz Judy Estes, Carol Frederick, Frances Kantor, Pat Bonitas, Marilyn Haffey, Marilyn Clay, Connie Powers. lsixth rowl: Sara Crocker, Connie Bean, Leona Young, Elaine Triplett, Carol Stengel, Kay Smith. lfifth rowJ: Kathy Cunningham, Cheryl Thede, Ann Ferguson, Marilyn Brunke, Sherry Benjamin, Judy Jalovich, Louise Weigand, Karen Olson, Mary Schulte. lfourth rowlz Deanna Brown, Marilyn Bonsack, Verda Dorn, Sheila Clement, Pat Casper, Miriam Smith, A 114 '93 Barbara Vokumn, Pat Pruss, Joyce Trevnicek. lthird rowl: Joann Dexter, Gaila Golter, Lavonne Johannsen, Evelyn Mousel, Connie Shivers, Twila Larsen, Linda Halbgewachs, Jill Smith, Margene Holtz. lsecond rowJ: Joyce Endicott, Betty Powers, Pat Lighthall, Sandy Chloupek, Janis Brammeier, Darlene Comer, Mary Robinson, Darlene Koch, Caroline Luben. lfront rowl: Gwelda Pfeil, Belva Van Boening, Claudette Lum, Barbara Waltemath, Jane Wahl, Gail Mills, Bev Edson, Mary Allen, Betty Ebmeier. OFFICERS: Cstandingl Fran Kantor, Connie Powers, Jane Wahl, Judy Estes, Claudette Lum, Carol Frederick, Mary Allan. lseatedlz Betty Ebmeier, Gail Mills, JoAnn Dexter, Bev Edson, Gwelda Pfeil, Barb Waltemath, Belva VanBoening. .4-'L'-.......,., Members of the College Home Economics Club baked and sent to wrapped each cookie and then sealed them in coffee cans before soldiers in Viet Nam more than 165 dozen cookies. The committee mailing them. Home Ec Club Members of the College Home Economics Club this year made money for two S100 scholarships. Recipients were Pat Deremer Anderson and Peg Noonan Claspell. The Club's money making projects-a nun- rnage sale and a bake sale - were very suc- cessful. At Christmas the gals mailed 165 dozen cookies to service men in Viet Nam. Gail Mills, Club president, attended the American Home Economics Association meet- ings in Atlantic City last summer. More than 650 high school Coeds were guests of the Club on March 25 at the annual Courtesy Day. Mrs. Bernard Richter, past president of the Home Extension Clubs was guest speaker. Theme of the day was "VVide VVorld of Home Economicsf, 0:64 E3 ,rf l 1 I I Darlene Golka, a l963 KSC grad, brings her home economics students to the KSC Courtesy Day on March 25. More than 650 high school girls attended the day. Courtesy day committee members keep busy as another high school teacher receives her packet of materials. The girls toured the campus, ate lunch, and enjoyed a fashion show while on campus. 3 Xi Phi initiates Large Pledge Class ge gi, .. . Pr' lBock Rowl: Cheryl Lauer, Olinda Odeon, Cheryl Witham, lmo Zillig, Carol dent. CFront Rowl: James Morey, Kim Johnson, John Bliese, Rick Ender, Jack Lambley, Jo Stadler. CMiddle Rowiz Dr. Philip Holmgren, advisor, Sandra Fritz, Wolfe, Janet Steinke, Pam Fellers, Sue Zikmund, Beverly Walsh, Larry Routh, presi- The largest pledge class in recent years was accepted The group gives a S10 stipend to the outstanding by the Xi Phi actives in December. Membership was sophomore man and Woman each year. A second on the rise after being stymied for several years. Scholar- semester pledge class was also taken. ship and activities are the basis for membership. Q..-. r r New-e.,-.-?l kgs V H nk? Y -4 4,3 L 3 ' .. e Zeal. r L 116 PLEDGES: lBack Rowlc Rick Ender, Cheryl Lauer, lmo Zillig, Steinke, Pam Fellers, Sue Zikmund, Carol Lambley. Jo Stadler, Jack Wolfe. CFront Rowi: Sandra Fritz, Janet Bob Keiper, historian: Ted Koehn, treasurer: John Clubaugh, secretary, Jerry Stromer, president, Dr. Jack Campbell, sponsor. Jerry Stromer Elected National Pr In the fall, Kearney chapter members attended the national meeting of MEN held in Lincoln. Ierry Stromer, KSC president, was also chosen national president. Main work for the Keamey chapter this year included esident of Mu Epsilon Nu service projects. The men assisted members of the faculty on career nights in surrounding schools. and served as campus guides when individuals or groups visited the campus, especially on Saturday mornings. 'Q-J., lBack rowl: Nelson Newman, Bob Keiper, Jerry Stromer, John Clubaugh, Shonka. lseatedl Bob Brady, Ken Hill, Dr. Jack Campbell, Bruce Stutzman, Dallas Haring, Ralph Roland. lmiddle rowl: DuWayne Johnson, Carroll Elmer Wall, Harold Oetken. lkneelingl Jim Fluckey, Ted Koehn, Bruce Kinnaman, Wilbert Medberry, Gary Mireau, Gary Elliott, Jim Taylor, Tom Ellingson, Curtis Cole. 117 Rod Miller Elected President Of Pi Omega Pi For1965-66 l 1 i5tandingl: Mr. Raymond Schmitz, Mr. Kaye Mach, Richard Reynolds. Rod Miller, president, gets little help for planning the next trip as iseatedl Lela McCall, Penny Schlager, Rod Miller. Virginia Borchers and Lela McCall pay no attention to his pleading. Pi Omega Pi enjoyed another successful year during the followed as the members attended the state business educa- 1965-66 term. Rod Miller was elected president and although tion teachers convention, had a panel of student teachers and absent 9 weeks while he was student teaching, kept the group teachers in the field discuss teaching, and assisted with the on the straight and narrow. The usual program sequence was Inter High Day contests. - 1 ,. ww! 6? gf.. kf E lBack fowl: Connie Hemphill, Virginia Borchers, Lela McCall, Sandy Wilson, Sheryl Sheen, Barbara Gunn, Elizabeth Norman, Mr. Schmitz. Holen, Judy Krubeck, Patty Plotner, Carol Beck, Judy Morgan, Mr. ikneelingl: Dean Heine, Bob Brady, Rod Miller, Rich Reynolds, Lyle Mach. Cseatedlr Pam Burks, Penny Schlager, Dixie Denman, Nancy Him-ighg, Larry Frederick. H8 MEMBERS: lback rowl: Mr. Ole Kostad, Mr. Elmer Birney, Dr. Charles Hannon, Pete Smith, Doug Laflan. lsecond rawlz Richard lkenberry, Dr. L. J. Bicak. Kfourth rowi: Chuck Blaha, Lonnie Nelson, Leonard Burton, Gilbert Koch, Jim Hughes. Ray Schulte, Mr. Clayton True, Dr. Douglas Lund. Cthird rowbz ffront rowb: Helenah Ewenke, Judy Vance. Beta Beta Beta Hosts Province Convention: Gets Ready To Move Into New Building Twas a busy year for members of Tri Beta as they hosted the province convention in Anxiausly awaiting the meeting of Tri Beta are four biology profs. Dr. Doug Lund, Elmer Birney, Ole Kolstad, and Albert Poorman discuss the day's events as they wait the pounding of the gavel. October. They spent a busy day hosting near- ly 100 members from 7 other chapters. Sever- al Tri Betans also presented papers at the Nebraska Academy meeting during th e winter. OFFICERS: Mr. Albert Poorman, Jay Hazelwood, Ted Koperski, Lanny McCormick, Dave Bowman, Dr. John C. W. Bliese. 119 fstandingl: Mr. Elmer Holzrichter, Mr. Keith Lowry, Mr. Jack Karraker, Jim Taylor, Jerry Christensen, Karen Koch, Edith Pinkston, Peggy Oran, Kappa Pi Sponsors Two Art Showsg Tours Joselyn Art Museum as .X ' s Dwayne Ibsen, Gladys Rose. lseatedl: Richard Teague, Pat Fleming, Doris Salisbury, Sue Johnson, Karen Weers, Kandis Penry, Norman Hodge. Several arts shows highlighted the yearis work for the The group helped the art department sponsor the one- Kearney chapter of Kappa Pi. A member show in March man show of Mrs. Lois VVarp in February. This show was was held in Ludden Hall and several displays of work a highlight of the entire year and brought much faborable were held in the Union lounge. comment to the organization as well to the department. l r , l x Awaiting the formal raising of the right hand to be initiated are Norman Hodge, Karen Weers, and Sue Johnson. 120 Jim Taylor, president, conducts the formal initiation services for the new members. 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'i'24.'C'.'.E.i.'i5 . ,l ' ' , 'srxzl en'1q'q'f's'a'i Q a'a'a'i s'fu'o.s'3u -mrifvl' Joonouonfmn -c-.rnageqnpg h .A E N A -u r First semester members: Pat Casper, Peg Claspell, Sandy Scott Kulhanek, Miss Delia Garrett, advisor, Elaine Triplett, Beverly Edson, Darlene Comer, Beverly Hobson Walsh. Eight Women are members of Kappa Omicron Phi this year. Theme of the year's program has been professionalism. Programs have been centered around the theme and have included head start, dietetics, Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney manor, and art in the home. Elaine Triplett attended the national meeting in St. Louis last summer. ,ef 1 Q, 5' 6. ' 4 . Members of KOPhi work with the youngsters in the Nursery School as part of their program. 121 Alpha Psi Omega Produces Fantasticksg Assists in all College Productions Members of Alpha Psi Omega this year presented the fantasy "The Fantastieksf' This production was a hit with the audiences which attended. although the project was not a hit financially as some of the earlier Alpha Psi plays had been. Membership is based on a point system in theatrical produc- tions and thus all members were busy with the plays this year. Gloria Hollingsworth last summer played summer stock roles in a Black Hills mellerdrammer. OFFICERS - Dowyne lbsen, Gloria Hollingsworth, Dr John Kirk. Q79 nn- -if Rollie Waugh, Dave Hensley, Kathy Johnson, Dr. John Kirk, Corol Line, Dwayne lbsen, Gloria Hollingsworth, Jo Stadler, Murcia Buchanan. 12:2 Wi l A Pi Kappa Delta Speakers Sweep Tourneysg Men Hope to Return H ,,,. , .,.nv1,,.,..wxanf-l,--- rN'1-v'- , ,,.., ..., . ,,.........,-..,......-..-e-1 to West Point Debate Finals Y fellows: Bob Lapp and John 1 Freshmen vomen's team did all right also. Mary Holoubeck and Phyllis Showers von these trophies during their first year of college competition. Qtr MEMBERS: Chosen from those who have made an enviable mark Bliese. lseatedl Mr. Jim Pitzer, Carol in forensics are - ibock rowl Bob Schalaman, Bob Lopp, John Olinda Odeon, and Mr. Robert Kunkel. All this silver and trophies were von by these two Bliese during their college career at KSC. They won more titles in more meets than any team in the 60 years of the College. Lambley, Kathy Redenbo, 12 Sigma Tau Delta Sponsors Henry V Movie, The Antler Two projects which were set up to be money making this year kept up the record. In February the group sponsored Henry V in a moxie version at a downtown theater, and in May published the literary maga- zine, The Antler. Students and faculty sup- ported both activities very well and the treasury should be several dollars richer by picnic time this May. Ierrene Friesen was editor of this year's edition of The Antler. 4' 'f s E A , 2-4-Fig? isl'-dv-,gi Discussing plans for second semester work are Don Rich, Olinda Odeon, Kathy Danaher, Judy Easterday, Adele Mueller, Jo Stadler, and Donnell Epp. "And they said it couIdn't be done." "Would you believe it if" you saw the two Sigma Tau Delta sponsors sprawled out on the tables in the Library class room, smoking, and having a good time. , 0 , i -..,. From serious business in the first half of the meeting, members switched to the lighter side. Enjoying a good laugh are Jo Stadler, Donnell Epp, Marcia Buchanan, Duffy Wimberley, and Reva Callahan. 124 Kappa Delta Pi Initiates 44 In December lBack rowl: Judy Thompson, Nancy Towater, Sue Zikmund, Duffy Wimberley, Sue Divan, Marlene Snyder, Doris Crouse, Dee Rich. lthird rowl: Ken Moomey, Pat Wagner, Kay Rizer, Sandy Helmer, Doris Phelps, Judy Christensen, Sharon Mannlein, Barbara Gunn, Mary Pohlman, Eleanor Peters, Bruce Ellingson. Education was the main topic of conversation at Kappa Delta Pi meetings in-as-much as it is the education l1OIlOI'21.I'y. Oilicers attended the national conclave in Dallas and reported lsecond rowlt Cheryl Amend, Avis Harkins, Dixie Moseley, Lela McCall, Sue Loontjer, Olinda Odean. lfront rowl: Doris Corder, Orinda Karlberg, Grace McGinnis, Mrs. Wilma Stutheit, Mrs. Malvina Stoutemeyer, Mrs. Ardella Webb, Linda Atkinson. on the convention at the next meeting held in the faculty dining room of the Nebraskan. A majority of the VVho's VVho members for 1965-66 were Kappa Delta Pi members also. -2 . .L 3-E-:w:,,' aw r g.35.'-q.5,:f.Qg 1 - ,sfggik w- 1 ,: .-aim ,Pr 1- . - lv: s ,A A- l Q m?f:,.. eps 1 4 jimzikwir-f:'3"'1f ij Talking it over are Ken Moomey, sponsor Wilma Stutheit, treasurer Mrs. Ardella Webb, Marva Dee Elder Rich, president Doris Phelps, and Sharon Mannlein. 125 J. . ,Je , it 2 "ff ? , K .Q 2 sf ik In ' ll: lik Robert Shanks Marsha Spelts Jerrene Friesen Pi Delta Epsilon Sends Member to National Convention Marsha Spelts represented the local chapter of Pi Delta Epsilon at the national conclave at Pittsburgh last summer. She was one of the few delegates from the Midwest. This year, the group started slowly-many members were graduated-but with second semester, the honorary journalism fraternity initiated new members, helped with the state high Dick Hodtwalker school journalism contest at KSC, and began Work on several national contests. Under discussion was a campus poll service conducting interviews and compiling statistics for various news media. Marsha Spelts served as the president of the group for the year's activities. e , .W r Z-fa V-522,11 ,?,?535QZ-?P-vaehrnva-fiJf.1g, 126 Carole Wade, Stephanie Egley, and J. D. Wilson, await their turn to have their say at a get-acquainted coffee hour. Either they're unhappy or disbelieving from the looks of things. Roy Kockiemba, Lynn Camplin, and Steve DeLay are listening to another member's comments. Kappa Mu Epsilon ,ge Members: lBack fowl: Wilber Medberry, Kenneth Evers, Mr. Ivan Stones, Clayton Hesser. lfifth rowlz Ervin Huffman, Tam Martin, Dennis McGraw. lfourth rawl: Dave Webber, DuWayne Johnson, Jack Wolfe, Elmer Wall. lfhird rowl: Carroll Kinnaman, Bill Bauhard, Moe Deines, Rick Ender. lsecond rowl: Diane Radcliffe, Sharon Munnlein, Judy Christensen, Connie Daniels. lfrant rowl: Carol Oran, Sandy Mazanec, Kathy Hesse. Keeping busy planning to move into the new Bruner Hall of Science helped keep the Kappa Mu Epsilon mathematicians on the ball this year. Many new members helped those returning to Kearney to plan for the day when math and science classes will be held in the new Zyl million dollar building this fall. One Hoor has been allocated to the arithmetic ligurers. l27 i snr: ,gg it P S Cl A Ca Sc fi V Cr Mn Fe ' ' iS Se Br K 7 IE!!! Abi AV! 515-12 SPESE Qi-.: ' 2 W ' , 5, Mo TC R.. . so 're ,ij xi Y sie: 'fi ' x Ba W Re C 2 Rf EE H734 - se r R8 Il 575' OFFICERS: Wilber Medberry, Dr. James Swanson, Sandra Mazanec. X lBack rowlz Roger Bratten, Duane Shackleford, Dave Hammond, William Styskal, Gilbert Koch, Kenneth Evers. lfourth rowlz Ervin Huffman, Chuck Blaha, Kent Erickson, Dean Nelson, Bill Bouhart, Lawrence Buhrman. lthird rowl: Marvin Real, Gary Piper, George Loolchart, Jim Pier, Pete Smith, Boneita 128 Lambda Delta Lambda Experiences Big lump In Membership A doubling in size within a college career of a freshman in 1962 is the mark of LDL on the Kearney State campus. The big jump in college enrollment and the emphasis on science and math has made the big membership jump easier to understand. Although still primarily a man's group, more women were initiated this year than any year previously. This helps keep the guys studying harder and doing a better job on class pro- jects used for membership into Lambda Delta Lambda. ' " 'szggagngaiiiiviiii zemeesitesif .X ,1 if., , wi Dodson. lsecond rowl: Dallas Haring, Bob Ayers, Carol Oran, Judy Vance, Honora Wademan, Linda Bowden. lfroni' rowl: Dr. James Swanson, Wilber Medberry, Larry Nienbauer, Carroll Kinnaman, Sandra Mazanec. w-al K. 3 OFFICERS: Cheryl Lauer, treasurer, Linda Bryan, president, Mrs. Marge Wendall, advisor, Kay Rizer, secretary, Janet Steinke, vice president. Delta Omicron Members Members of Delta Omicron continued their busy schedule on campus. They held monthly meetings, met with the alumnae chapter, sang in the K Show, were mem- bers of the Choraleers, and Band who went on tour and participated in all the musical programs on campus. Their DO. Dollies quartet in the K Show brought back memories of the Cay 2O's. Bring Down House in K Show Judie Bahnsen, Kay Rizer, Jan Rathbun, Cheryl Lauer, Peggy Trumble, Recker, Kathy Jensen, Sandra Fritz, Marge Glover, Colleen Hays, Linda Janet Steinke, Wanda Kutschkau, Orinda Karlberg, Dee Warren, Nancy Bryan. 129 A3 lBack rowlz Don Koller, Kent Kittle, Carl Plants, Bob Nelson, Herb Catlett, Jeff Scharff, Bob Swan, Jim Morey. Kfront rovl: Roger Sundberg Hutcheson, Larry Voorhees, Lonnie Kitterer, Mr. Donald Stanley. lmiddle Brad Brauer, Steve Heckman, Bob Keiper, Ted Quick, Roger Wheeler rowlz Randy Kriski, Vince Boudreau, Larry Caldwell, Curtis Cole, Ed Dallas Haring, John Fowler. Sinfonians Help Music Department Members of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonians, all music majors or minors, are mainstays in the music department. Members are in all musical organizations and are workers for all staff mem- bers. They assist the faculty members in many Ways and this year have been sponsoring a masterworks program over Kearney radio KRN Y each Sunday afternoon. 130 Bob Keiper, treasurerg Curtis Cole, secretary, Dallas Haring vice-president: and Larry Caldwell, president. PLEDGES: fback rowl Bob Nelson, Carl Plonts, Jeff Scharff. ffront rowl: Roger Wheeler, Don Koller, Roger Sundberg, Ed Catlett, Steve Heckman. g if CStanding7: Sandra Fritz, Cheryl Witham, Imo Zillig, Linda Spellman, Judy Zikmund, Carol Evers, Frances Blincow, Jacques Dubois, sponsor. Easterday, Maris Brandt. CSeatedJ: Miss Phyllis Roberts, sponsor, Sue Pi Delta Phi Doubles In Size During Second Year On Campus Membership grew rapidly in the French honorary as more and more students majored in the foreign language. Two initiations this year nearly douhled last year's membership. Meetings were held monthly and such things as a summer tour of Europe were discussed at great length. How many members will go to France this summer remains to be seen, although some expressed hope they could go. New members initiated after the picture was taken include Sharon Anderson, fine Boeka. Pat Fleming, Shirley Kovuiiclu. jane Landmesser. Pat Liggett, Cheryl Mintken, and Ros Smith. Ci. lt appears that members lmo Zillig and C. J. Ewers don't have a thing to do with the meeting as prexy Cherry Witham talks over business of the group. 40-0 OFFICERS: lstandingiz sponsor Jacques Dubois, Judy Easterday, Sandra Fritz. fseatedl: sponsor Phyllis Roberts, Sue Zikmund, Cheryl Witham. 131 lback rowl: Marilyn East, Maurine Lichti, Marcia Frerichs, Sandy Fritz. lsecond rowlz Marsha Knobel, Linda Bryan, Jan Rathbun, Jeane Holiday ffourth rowlz Sandy Olsen, Gloria Wingert, Nancy Recker, Cheryl Lauer. lfront rowl: John Fowler, Randy Kriski, Terry Scoville, Ed Catlett. fthird rowl: Connie Albin, Marge Glover, Kathy Jensen, Sharon Fitzke. YT? OFFICERS: lback rowl .lan Rathbun, Peg Trumble, Marge Glover. lseafedl: John Fowler, Jan Sfeinke. 132 -' 3.355- X eg' ff MENC Hosts K Show, Awards Scholarships R suffice MEMBERS: fback rawl Jolynn Miller Winona Moor Lrnda Arehart Herb Hutcheson Cthrrd rowl Martha Johnson, Carole Cushrng Glen Sawyer fsecond rowl LerLonne Wood Lrnda Amos Sandra Sandstrom, Dennrs Ummel ifront rowl Jan Sternke Pegy Trumble Kay Rrzer Colleen Hays More than 1,000 students and faculty mem- bers jammed the College Auditorium for the annual K Show in February. The show was good, the judges were slow, the jokes were tamer than usual, and the acts were better. Money from the profit of the annual talent show is used for MENC Scholarships and for a gift to the Endowment Association. Members also attended the national MENC convention in Kansas City in March as well as the state music clinic at Fremont in the fall. Most members participated in the student re- citals throughout the year. MENC SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS - S50 scholarships were awarded to these coeds following applications and tryouts. Wrn ners this year are Sandra Olson, Jerri Ninegar, and Nancy Novosad. en D -'S 'V ...J .ix ,E tw N e ,-. 'L' 'ew K ' ,wh-., K. lBcck fowl: Barri Philips, Monica Ayoub, Luree Miller, Vicki Richmond, Pol' Crouse. lfifth rowl: Norma Schroeder, Deanna Snowden, Barbara Schmidt, Zulie Zeller. lfourth rowl: Dixie Mizner, Jane Wahl, Betty Jo Gillespie. 1965-66 Klardell joy Linda Dempcwolf jane lVal1l Xlona Petersen Myrtle Smith Pat Crouse OFFICERS President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Reporter Publicity Avis Harkins. lthird rowl: Sandy Brandt, Sue Kelsch, Kay Schoop, Mary Bienhoff fsecond rowlz Berry Hilty, Jo Heckel, Cecelia Slingsby. lfront rowl Kayla Phillips 1966-67 Mardell Joy Barbara Schmidt Helen Beugston Dixie Mizner Cecilia Slingsby Alicia VVies PEMM Club Enjoys Varied Program And More Yearly Activities With more members, the PEMM had a much more active year in 65-66. Membership is up 50 per cent and so are club and school wide activities. Instead of one play day, the gals were so enthused they sponsored one for high schools last fall and another this spring. They sponsored two 'gcarnivalsf' two car washes, held a slave day in the fall, and made enough money to take a ski trip to the Colorado Rockies in March. Ten members spent an entire weekend trying to navigate the slopes, hut no broken bones were reported. They directed, with sponsors help, a more fully rounded intrarnural program for women. iBack rowl: Judy Fanning, Phyllis Jensen, Sandy Albin, Barbara Wilson. ithird rowl: Loueen Brahmstedl, Mardell Joy, Helen Bengston. lsecond rowlg Cfifth fowl: Peg Davis, Mrytle Smith, Pam Johnson, Miss Joan Bailey. ifourrh Miss Hansen, Jane Reed, Lavonne Lichli. ifronl- fowl: Mary Mock, Holly rowl: Deanna Harms, Mary Osentowski, Bonnie Price, Carol Gearhardl: Druesedow,Pam Burks, Mona Peterson. ,a :,,, S , -. uv- 'D WC? , e r' ,res qi? 'SPG . an , Q ,fd V crew t ,pigeon "-' if AFS Q ,, .g.... an Xxx? fvs im 135 Phi Delta Lambda Newest Honorary On Campusg L A .Q 4, S g CBack rowl: Jan Jacobes, Bernardine Gehrke, Nancy Dobberstein, Kay Weister, Mary Sue Bienhoff, Bonnie Carter, Linda Rogers, Linda Kirkpatrick, Danna Robertson, Judy Phares. Cthird rowiz Rene Pfeil, Carol Beck, Linda Nelson, Mona Peterson, Margene Holtze, Marlene Snyder, Carol Gehring, Linda Ham, Donna Wright, Kay Priddy. lsecond rowiz Sharon Mengers, Ruth Donovan, CLF mr-ace' Installed March 26 A-i Dixie Mizner, Verna Stryker, Linda Steele, Carole Werner, Kathy McNurlin, LaCreta Johnson, Gaynelle Blickenstaff, Judy Jess, Joan Ritz, Mary Jane Uhler, Mary Mock, Roberta Stewart. lfront rowl: Donna Nordhausen, Mrs. Dorothy McArthur, sponsar, Dorothy Bonsack, Dorothy Stachura, Paula Weber, Mary Gibbs, Linda Craig, Marietta Adam. More than 40 Kearney State eoeds are charter members of the campus, newest honorary. Business education and administra- tion majors are eligible for membership. Formal installation services were held on March 26 for Nebraskais newest chapter. More than 20 women attended the state meeting in Fremont on April 1 and 2. 136 OFFICERS: Bernardine Gehrke, Mary Jane Uhler, Linda Craig, president, Dixie Mizner, Donna Wright. ' i . T 5.1 K-111,54 1, ,1. 1 dia'-.Wi .4.:1'i'1 -. :QL-vig. 351,54 -. ' ' -av -f f:' f " fair-. ,'. tf,..li,1j.iAi .e -. -1 ., .' jul, ',, , 'iff zito " i n 7 , xp liiiliitz :fl . , , -, A Y tg.-.. - - Members of the IRC meet in the Sioux room of the Me- Williams Fellowship, LSA, and Gamma Delta meet to dis- morial Union once each month. Two members from each cuss common problems. group - Wesley Fellowship, Newman Club, UCCF, Roger Inter-Religious Council Coordinates Campus Spiritual Life Sponsors and members get together for a bit of friendly discussion as well as eats. lncluded are campus ministers as well as college faculty sponsors. - T' At the October meeting, Dr. Sargeant provided the coffee as he pours at the end of the business sessions. Highlight of the 1965-66 school year was "Peanuts" IRC sponsored The Gospel According to Peanuts by its author Robert Short. The Oct. 5 program was well attended and the speaker was one to be long remembered. Presently, members are working toward an over-all plan of a row of religious homes just off campus. Several churches are assisting in the project. 137 Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Crosses Religious Beliefs Members of IYCF belong to several different re- ligions. but all find 11 home for their campus religious work in this organization. Meetings are held each Tuesday evening and the main portion of each weeks session is spent in read- ing the Bible and study of the books of the Bible. J i X -Q Q, 'T 45 X r .- l o l l f A I I MEMBERS: iback fowl: Dr. Philip Holmgren, Jon Warren, Dr. James Swanson, Jerry Hawley, Marge Glover, Bonnie ' ' Youn Bob Squier, Lois Crouse. lseventh rowl. George g, Car ill Marsha Knoble, Orinda Karlberg, Csixth fowl: 9 1 Glen Sawyer, Cathy Zavgren. lfifth rowli Linda Atkinson, 135 Peg Nelson, Nancy Tread, Pat Whitehall, Beverly Edson. J Members of LSA QLutheran Students As- sociationy helped the campus grow this year as they grew themselves. They joined forces with other religious groups to sponsor appearances of national- ly known speakers and ministers on campus. Each group sent members to other organizations to explain their speciiic beliefs. Pastor Ebb and Dr. Lund, advisor, were of great help to the campus chapter this year as the group made plans for an even bigger year this fall. A campus home may not be too far in the future if plans mater- ialize as many members hope. ' terr- l965-66 OFFICERS, back row: Pastor Ronald Ebb, Dr. Douglas Lund. Seated: Harold Oetken, presi- dent, Glenn Vieselmeyer, vice-president, Verda Dorn, secretary, and Beverly Kirchkaff, treasurer. LSA Busy Year Keeps Members Growing In Many Ways . .RQ 1. X VK xg xx 'K wi Q 1 4 I :Veg Swv' l Back row: Pastor Ronald Ebb, Mary Rewerts, Mary Niemoth, Carolyn Douglas Lund, advisor. Seated: Harold Oetken, Shelia Clement, Bev Ough, Jane Wahl, Verda Dorn, Ellen Sanders, Mary Ann Gaasland, Dr. Ebmier, Sharon Fitzke, Sue Loontjer, Beverly Kirchkotf, Glenn Vieselmeyer. 139 Gamma Delta I Changes Pastorsg 1 Gets New Church Home In 1966 lBack rowlz Mark Steffins, Nick Clrristoff, Wilber Medberry. lfourth rowl: Bob Hughes, Judy Rose, Betty Ebmeier, Pam Herman. lthird rowl: Jim Hornbostel, Karen Barrett. lsecond rowl: Marilyn Harder, Gail Mills. lfront rowlz Pastor Meyer, Jan Osterburg, Ed Harlan, Dr. James Swanson. Former chapter advisor Pastor Blome left KSC for the East coast last fall and members of Gamma Delta were happy when Pastor Meyer became their advisor as well as minister of the Kearney Mission Church north of the College. Members continued to work on the House at 9th and 29th to make it more usable by members and guests. lBock rowl: Honora Wademan, Laureen Brahmstedt. lfourth rowl: Gwelda Pfeil, Carol Alberts, Pamela Sixel, Wanda Axmann. Cthird rowl: Gordon Peeks, Kathleen Demers. lsecond rowl: Bob Gollner, Karen Peeks. lfront rowlz Dr. Marvin Knittel, Fran Kantor, Nancy Scofield, Stan Stauffer, Paul Wice. OFFICERS: Gwelda Pfiel, secretary, Marilyn Harder, vice-president, Gordon Peeks, president, Rev. Eldon Meyer, pastoral advisorp Jim Hornbostal, treasurer. l-10 ,.... Maw a .gl f 9- Nw! 'i fi- . -' fum Kgs.. e... sL.4f.:i.:."" .' 141 1 waz. e.g...,kl. rx xl .fx 1- Agsgfvm 45,1 -M a Q ,Quai .igwis s aigr Q -if ,rt N. . QQ' ? .NYS ff . fre -y A Y 0 .Q -'l' fit . -' i my If i ' if Q MEMBERS: iback rowbz Father Richard Miles, Tom Miles, John Norsworthy. ffront rowlz Susan Moates, Wilda VansArsdale, Ken Moomey Canterbury Club Membership, Though Small, is Ambitious Members of Canterbury Club this year were spon- sored by Miss Sara Pearman. They met each Sunday evening at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church and most Tuesday evenings on the campus. A special feature of the year was the visit of Father Hampsen, a native of South Africa, who had spent four years in Australia and was returning to England. The members attended the state meeting in Lincoln and assisted with the IRC speakers on campus. John Norsworthy, Ken Moomey, and Father Hompsen Q, r 'E X Sli' , Q X N , 1 N X Ps 4 Newman Club members worked with bovs at West Kearney this Newman Club One of the most eventful parts of the school year was a state wide Christian Fellowship meeting held at Kearney Catholic Hugh bchool Here a discussion group makes ready a report for the final session -sri. elf , ' , . 1 5 J N e. 252' - . ' - .,,,,. , 1 ..,., , . qs.. , ,.. " ,se ss: 4. - .- , ., . ..., Nh.. Y , ,sz 41:1 F1 ' M X, .N , eff :fn--1,-, :Qfw . X 'N we El N 331211 ,Q ls Other students worked with older fellows at West Kearney Each Monday was spent at BTS Students on campus used the Newman Center for their worship center. Father Scott was the campus pastor for all Kearney Staters of the Catholic faith. 4 'L lx: X gt .Q x hw X , 'Ye X I ,, f -1 fi if . -4. X +4 on 5- ., .my so AU. -s .. w K R 'S QQ l NZ cs Es, I 4 Pastor Wiest Joins Campus Family As UCCF Advisor lBack rowlz Pastor DaRelI Weist, Carol Anderson, Dainton, Mary Robinson, Darlene Komer, Donna Mousel. Cheryl Meyer, Margene Holtze, Boneita Dodson, Elaine lfront rowl: Lloyd Burton, Jim Borberg, Richard Schla- McCan. lthird rowJ: Kay Frederick, Judy Cranmore, man. Jerryl Holmes, Marilyn Stryker. lsecond rowlz Sandra After a your without a campus pastor, UCCF mcfmhcrs again were supplivd with un J.'lClVlSOI'. Pastor Vllcist ol: tho HUB church was as- signed to assist thc- mc-mln-rs who Come from tha- RUB. P1'vslJytr:1'iz1r1 and Corigu-gzltiorizll Cl1lII'CllCS. Their Campus location rcnmirrvd the same. the comer of 9th and 26th, east of Case Hall. Nlembcrs enjoyed a hay rack ride, mvctings with other reli- gious groups, and working on house projects as well as on church jolus here in Kearney. EXECUTIVE BOARD: Pastor Weist, Lloyd Burton, Margene Holtz, Elaine McCan, Marilyn Stryker, Richard Schlamann. CseatedJ: Mary Robinson, Judy Cranmore, Darlene Komer. fi? N Sf? 143 A- vgQ?5,:,?.."Q.' . -'iii-J"-' : -' H w. wg' ' E I lf! Y' tk if if v 15 E. Linda Cross jackie Fleming Farid Hadad 1--419' QQ X 7' Linda H alhgewachs KR janet King Joyce Mahood Roger Williams Fellowship Won Division Homecoming Float Competition XVinning first place in the "other', division of the Homecoming Float competition got the year off to a good start for the Roger XVilliams Fellowship. A iirst place is worth 875. Members then visited other campuses in the state, conducted evening serxices, attended evangelistic sew- ices in area churches, joined other KSC religious organ- izations to sing Christmas carols at Keamey rest homes and hospitals. They traveled to Hastings to visit the state hospital at Ingleside. After Sunday night services at the Baptist Church, the members are provided with a free meal. MJ' M ', nr 0 at 4 Members of the executive committee spend an extra few minutes planning for the next week's activities. l-1-1 OFFICERS: fstandingl: Dr. Paul Gaer, Jim Walker. fseatedlz Betty Norman, secretary-treasurerg Jackie Fleming, president: Janet King vice-president. f 71 A sz 4 -ziiisgi 't ,ea gg, ,145 1 V ' . 1 Y f..:u:,:-X X 3 i f, " ' ' -Q3.4,:21r. y-uf' . - qkglff X . , .FE . 1 '1. 4 , .1 ' 1 George johnson Dave Neal Margaret Phillips Diana Scott Terry Scoville Carol Westcott Ted XVo0dward Wesley Fellowship Serves Many KSC Students new BOARD MEMBERS: iback rowjz Russell Evans, Jim Hughes, Gary Steele, Jim Hunt, Pastor Beardon, Steve Flood. fmiddle rowlz Marjorie Schwaderer, La- Members of XVesley Fellowship joined the other theatre students in presenting i'Boy With A Cartv the last day of March. The one act play dealt with the problems of a 10th centtu'y saint who built a church and some of the deeper levels with the most complex and thorny theological problems of all time. Pastor David Beardon was chosen to be campus minister by the Methodist Church last June. He replaced Rev. Wayne Bartruff who was transferred to Iowa State. Members of the Kearney group, nearly 200 strong, were 51.3 nw A13-3 rvvn-rnvn-n-rv-rrwy rg' vonne Johansen, Lanita Blincow. ffront rowl: Ruth Sanderson, Laura Kirkland, Sue Hoff, Dorothy K. Levy, Shelia Hendrickson. active in campus religious work as well as in the Kearney church. They held pancake feeds in the church basement, held prayer meetings each morning in the YVesley Founda- tion home located at S12 XVest 26th, spent several evenings singing Christmas carols at local rest homes and hospitals, and joined with other religious groups in study of other reli- gions around the world. They were also busy with IRC work and contests. Their Homecoming iloat was one of the most colorful in the parade even though it did not win a prize. 104 GREEKS wg- ' While some lFC members work, others at the end of the table talk with their friends. Virg Setzer, Dee Schaad, Dan Costello, and Bill Brown wait for the business session to begin. 148 IFC Sets High Goals, Achieves Inter-Fraternity Council served a busy year. They pub- lished a pre-rush booklet, co-sponsored the Greek Dance 7 sent two men to the national IFC meeting in W ashington, -S ,neil 'S'-an Q First semester prexy Chuck Varvel gives the word to Jim Van Horn Ktopl and to Norm Westerbuhr and Dave Rader llowerl during a business meeting. Them D.C., and donated to the Kearney State Endowment As sociation. l96S-66 IFC members: lstandingl: Dan Costello, Steve Lancaster, .lon Munderloh, Bill Brown, Bob Hilton, Virg Setzer, Dee Schaad, Don Hicks, Jerry Byrnes. fseatedl: Dave Rader, treasurer, Norm Westerbuhr, secretary, Chuck Varvel, president, Jim Van Horn, vice-president, Dr. Curtis Siemers, advisor. IFC member Dave Rader tells members of the Panhellenic Council the good points of the Greek pillows which did not arrive in time for the Greek Dance. I l ,f i . , l C . ,ik PANHELLENIC COUNCIL MEMBERS l965-66: lback rowJ: Judy Christensen, Carolyn Johnson, Chris Billings, Judy Krubeck, Maris Brandt, Marsha Spelts, LaVonne Lichti. lfront rowlz Mrs, Ruth Sisler, Panhellenic Council Sets Guidelines, Co-Sponsors First Greek Dance ., QQ. , - ' -:P 'V' 0' I I ,.. . . '- 1', .. . - . .. . X . I . OFFICERS: Carolyn Johnson, Judy Krubeck, Karen Schmitz, Lavonne Lichti, presi dent Kathy Heese. i je 5 4, L A I x, 11.2, , 4443? I I I 3 Marilyn Brunke, Marlene Snyder, Karen Schmitz, Jane Kruse, Carol Sederberg, Kathy Hesse, Nancy Fenster, Mrs. Helen Wimberley. Gamma Phi Beta National Sorority Betty Io Gillespie Kathy Hesse Kathy Horvath Donna Jamison Kristi Johnson Marsha Jones Janette Kruse Jane Landmesser Doris McConville Cheryl Mintken Lynda Richman Vicki Richman Sandy Schmidt Carol Sederberg Sheryl Sheen Sheridan Stec Susan Stewart Clarice Thayer Carole Wade Nancy NVilson Linda Wisdom Cheryl WVitham Sue Zikmund Patty Wiggins ,. ,I Q - '-" QSM-f N wi gk 1 , -.-text . gg! gg A X -Ol -In S The Gamma Phi Beta sorority would like to dedicate these two pages to our former president and friend, Kay Christen- sen. Most of Kay's time last year was spent for the sorority and she always seemed to iind time to neglect her studies tit? Q Marilyn Bonsiick Mzirvzi Carpenter Connie joe Cottrell Bobbi Edgar Penny French Karen Goble Sherry Jamison Jeanne King julie Madison Mary Lynn Mercer Linda Olsen Mary Olsen One of the events during the Sag Ep Olympics brings cheers, laughter and encouraging com mands from the pledges and activities of Gamma Phi Beta. film ,num i-- QM ,,,,, Wi? 52 469555 Gamma Phi Beta Queen--Cheryl Witham nw f"QfK Chi Omega Queen--Linda Dempewolf Chi Omega National Sorority Connie Aspeclon 5 ,N ,- '51 .nf 1 '7 qv--, ,xgx : AX., 1 f an ,. rw ,ef QT? 'IE'--v -UQ A f'7 I9 X .- ga we Q7 Q-...J ,Als- ff' 4.,,, Shirley Chapman Karen Crockett Pat Debban Linda Dempewolf Sue Divan Shirley Dutton Marilyn East Linda 'Warren Fitch Carol Frederick Sue Frank Linda Grass Vicki Hirsch Kathy Johnston Janice Joy Barbara Iunker Sally Katskee Cheryl Lauer LaVonne Lichti Linda Lincoln Marlene McCarty Bunny Miller Evelyn Mouse-l Polly Newman Marilyn Oberg Carol Sue Oran Peggy Oran Chris Poffenberger Micki Roth Sue Russell Deanna Slote Gloria Shaffer Rosalind Smith Marsha Spelts Kay Wiester Sharon Wille Sharon Wood 'QTTTT' 'Was M. 55 if If-A-'f Nlonien A5 onli Ann Baltlwin Sue Borley Putty lo Byr- Diauic lglllkl' l5ui'ii.itllrie lliL'lQii1tii'1 .f Q9 3' fw- Knthy lloslcr TT? Samcly Luurscn Nluurine Lichti Mary Martin lune McClymont Linda Nixon 485 Bari Philips Peg Sams Ronda XYQ-lch Judith Nllilken julie Zeller Chi Omegas Hold State Day in April The Kearney State Chi Omega chapter held State Day in Kearney April 22 and 23. Girls from other Nebraska chapters and surrounding states attended the two day conference. As a service project the Chi Ois once again donned bunny outfits and collected for the Easter Seal Society. Linda Dempewolf was crowned queen at the annual Cotillion Ball. Also honored at the ball were seven Chi Omega Knights. One member from each fraternity and one independent are selected for the honor. Oflicers for the 196-67 term are: president, Lavonne Lichtig vice president, Rosalind Smithg secretary, Evelyn Mousel and treasurer, Carol Sue Oran. The Panhellenic scholarship plaque was awarded to the Chi Omegas for the second con- secutive year. The plaque is awarded to the sorority with the highest grade average. The plaque was presented to Linda Dempewolf, Marsha Spelts, Mrs. Wimberly, Panhellenic ad- visory Gloria Shaffer, presidentg Sue Divan and Kathy Johnston. me ,av . iff-'egg i 4 , if PL S . 'Y N 1 ilu. 'QQ1' ... 13,5411 56 . . 4' 4.1 sw 7'-, -Lk . NW, -409' .,,.- Alpha Xi Delta National Sorority Sherry Benjamin Mary Block Linda Pat-kwood Mona Peterson Delcic Stout OFFICERS Marilyn Brunke ., ..,...........w...w..,..........,.,...o...... President Carol Beck ..v.,.,w,,. .....w .aa.aaaa X 7 ice President Pat DeBoer . .Y...... ,.....i. I Recording Secretary janice Merrick ...., ........,Yw,,eee,we,eeew T reasurer Alpha Xi's Initiate 'Greek Spring Sing' In April the Alpha Xis held their first annual Alpha Xi Delta Sing. Each Greek social organization sang songs and performed skits from a different broadway musical. Trophies were awarded for the top three performances. Earlier in the year the Alpha Xis held an "apple polishingi' party for faculty members. Apple pie was served throughout the day. Carol Beck was selected queen at the Rose Ball spring formal. Carol Beck shows questionable form in the shot-put at the Sig Ep Olympics as her sorority sisters watch with anticipation. I . Carol Beck Marilyn Brunke Pat DeBoer Ann Ferguson Maxine Karsten Ruth Lindekugel Marilyn Luther Beatrice Matuschin Janice Meuick Linda Nelson Elaine Schmitz Karen Schmitz Gayle Skiles Marlene Snyder janet Wait Pat Arnyelt 1 1 qv sa... T' - Alpha Xi Delta Queen--Carol Beck uw' rm any .wym , ,-+,,,,g, V J Best To Wear Bordeaux-Maris Brandt . Yr ,1- l 53, 159 Beclcy Baker Roseann Barry Fran Beyl Maris Brnnclt Betsy Byers Kathy Cunningham Carol Ewers Nancy Fenster Beverly Frericlis Sandy Holen Sue Kelsch Iudy Krubeck Carrol Lambley Betty Lurvey Karen Myers Adele Mueller Cynthe Nelson Karen Peterson Susan Price -lunnetta Sailors Ruth Shovlain Cheryl Stolil Carol Sweley Judy 'lollefsen ljfxlllliil Warren Linda Weeks Suzanne XYillii1ms ll'1'ifJ Zillig Alpha Phi National Sorority X 'g , M K Q. fx X ' hx 3. my 1? wr -- af 1. rr.-XR vu ff ' s Y, i i ' Y i' ., , ' Q VL. A My -vw 4- 4 """'P ,-Q ix 'DA Y -fs., .. "P' N , Q Q , N -V 9 x. 1 ,wi "' ,fx-rx H . ' K 'UVA 5' . :Q 'gl Q X 4 A 4..' 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Besides these events and no ects the it '5""lQiNlKge- gf:-11 Plus held their annual Valentine bake sale. li ' is lx" if - . 511 - aaa "'-: sw-G -ai i t e NN xQwR ierrrfr:-e:-1:-ve 1-Y-3: ,rs ge ' yy-ss -V 5 ll.. e '. 'xiiil 4-. 513' 525-H'.-11-'wE55f:-Sift? Ilttieaszis a s .ass 31315 lt looks like the wild card and Carol Lombley. "Alia semester rush party. 4 1 T Y ,ff t is twin, I s in this deck belong to Maris Brandt, Becky Baker l 'S W it e in Alphu Phi Lund" wus the theme for this first 3 1f-' --i"e , ., fl Gloria Clinch Cheryl Colay Sharon Erickson Suzie Flack Cin Crabenstein Pam Halvarson Barb Kruger Kathy Meyer Jane Micholson Cindy Olson Linder Palser jane Richards Linda Salisbury Marsha Shadu Dee Smith Kathy Smith Sandy Soukup Myrna Swedell Judy Thompson Kathie WValker Sherri VViggins Joyce Wilder LaVonne XVujek 4.351 -fs. N., f -ff .A Y, ' if ' .' 1 ' ' 75' l N5 V 1 "' 9' , fa , ff, 'N FS A -- 9,4-V i I 1-,J 1ffw',. 4 f ,.,, .Nh f f l .fs-K Tv. 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In addition, Carolyn Johnson, was crowned queen of both the Pink Paradise Ball and the Lamplighters Ball held in April. Cheryl Myer, Dona Herr, Laura Lee Wert, Imogene Cunningham: ffront rowljolynn Miller ex 'New N 1 1 S C S 163 "ni .W-v'?'f'Zi'x ' 5 ,vw ' iii "1 ,. Gif , "HX, 4 ' 1' V ,,, Tifik' 215-xt' -' 7f v2'13.f11- I' f ? 51" 43,221 ffffifl f , f ,A my: ' .1- 4 ffilzaff .J f my fm,-Wan,w'1L?5e4Li,f , VM .,v, , V Af' 561, 4 4 A21 1 1. Elsa Q J A ,.,. ., f .,., 5o'gwZmff "f' v ff. ., ,, 4 , .Q- ,N ,f, W M I, 1 QM 4w.2?4:' nm-www' -Qy,1,14,Q f fd: , ,, f N 'f ,AV , . 1. ,1 :w 'Sf . 4' 1..e.lfkg 4 7, Delta Zeta Queen--Carolyn Johnson 'W 1 . .J 'f I 2? 1 A f V -..wx nw' 1 .f' ,af ..-: ., . ". ,.,,,,5, 've-.nf 'M Alpha Tau Omega Queen--Linda Bryan 4 'I4 :'5-mn. ' 4 gi-.U Q-n'o. ,, ' 4'1- ul' fig' f 1 1. 16 ATQ Roger Blecher Clyde Childers Pete Cenzlinger Charles Heinrich Emie Hulinsky Herb Hutcheson Don Koller Rusty Landmesser Bruce Martin Duane McCan Clark Norblade Dave Oberle Tom Paxton Dave Rader XYarren Sanger john Schwartz Mike Thurber Duane Wall Richard Waller Norm VVe5tcrbuhr 166 Alpha Tau Omega National Fratermty Ron Anderson 16- ewff V " a ,sf Oldest Becomes the Newest The oldest local fraternity, Phi Tau Gamma, ended 50 years of campus history on March 12, when they became t.he newest national group, by becoming a chapter of Alpha Tau Omega. The 40 new ATO's became the first new chapter of the fraternity during its second century. Formal installation ceremonies were conducted by national oflicers and chapter members from Kansas State, Missouri and Nebraska. Oflicers of the new chapter include: Norm Wester- buhr, chancellorg Dave Rader, vice-chancellorg Duane McCan, secretaryg and Dave Oberle, treasurer. l john Blamer Doug john Fowler ' Caldwell Chancellor, Norm Westerbuhr, ltop centerl conducts one of the many meetings that led to national affiliation with Alpha Tau Omega. Q52 Gary Carter Ron Siske Bob Creighton Duane Donaldson Don Eldridge Terry Ferguson Bob Glandt Mike Herbert Ed Iames Gary Lindau Dan Kinney Ron Laux Dan McKay Merlin Moyer Gerald Murphy jerry Oates Ron Romanzkte Royal Sander Al Schwab Rob Sebek Ron Stigge Dan Strobl Doug Trank Jon Zajicek 167 6 '.'-Q09 Sigma Phi Epsilon National Fraternity Ceorge .-Xlnxiliaiir lf.. Ra 'i-7" :f-.1 35 - --Fai ff rgr was Z gal' .ae 'Ko President ,,,,,, Vice President Controller ,,,., Recorder e,r,, 2: x 4 s QS: SN X X A X: 4 I '? H-f W ,ge A: I. ffl M ., ,ia .I - 'ff . f. x" - . ri' "V 'Xe ' ' " , f Wai . if 'f' ? V A P - ' 'vis-V5 . ' fr -f ir L A Rf... ,ju gm' T N., . V 4 KP - . 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Roger Moller Jerry Norris Loris Boatnmn joe Brohman Xllryne Brown Ronald Butfington jirn Copeland lim Dahlgren Cary Elliott Cary F anoelle Kent Felzien Milan Franzen Toni Fulcher Ron Creenwall Alerry Gronewalcl ,lim Haggard John Horvath Tim lohnson Ted Kastler Mike Keyser Hoy liocieniba john Koslowske Bob Koziel Steve Lancaster Hon Larson Gary Lauer Denny Lienenrann john Lund Bill Nlaggiaconio Kim May Roger Mole-1' Augie Nelson Doug Nielson jerry Norris Hugh Oelschlagei' Alrae Olsen Larry Olsen Paul Pocock jack Porteniei' Lee Schweizer Keith Stafford Don XVells Tom wVl5Cl.Oll1 Dave Zimmer +..f..q '.f.,4,'.:, .1 3' 'rife " 4- . . Q L , ar. ask. .-'fmti g ' - y pf., www- :Isa "'- ' .- ln l 5 E r ' "' ' 4' va sew- . . I - m, , g f Sf: - ,Y , is .. M.. kits - itll grit, , ex- , we A wise-..'. -Sswm - w ' 2 N ot . -e 231, ,I S55 -V as ,. L.. .v sffrf- i- V "M iL.,fq.'-5, . .-2" if ' . wi , . XM xg? ,, .N - X... -W3 3 ssl? I osx- s X ,Krew . ' .Q ml ., ..5,. .J we 1-if , X- 'f ef' it L, 4'-fit' -Q, , .,-, Ml., V,.1 , ., ,, 1 'iw' . .5 , it 1 W, Md I ., ., . ,4 v V MU J . .- -v. ,,.f 1 g . - , "Q , . ht . Q-" .. ' . 1, Ki -Jil f f ,f -- fs: . 'Nb' ' . . . .. 1 . , A J 1. - Y - ' feng. " ,, . , . i 1 H, , v Msn 3' are gm., , ,, 'ff ,,,. . f ii jf.: ,,,.,,, . C.. Egg: ,Z 5 J A lg ah V ls? X, rW , g.l .iff . ,. . . '42, ls? A ,, .az F, vf The Sig Eps captured the first place trophy in intramural football on a last minute TD by John Horvath against the Tri Phi whites. Team members include: lback rowl .lack Henderson, Bill Brown, Augie Nelson, Leonard Viersen, Roy Nelson, Larry Martin, lfront rowl Dave Jones, Kim May, Bud Oelschlager, Rick Woods, and John Horvath. Sig Eps Complete First Year Nebraska Gamma chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon entered its first complete year at KSC by bringing together 12 campus beauties to comprise their first pin-up calendar. One girl was selected from each sorority plus an independent and other campus queens. The fraternity once again held the Sig Ep Olympics for sorority pledges. Crowned as this year's queen was Iudy' Thompson, Alpha Phi pledge. Gamma Phi Beta won the team trophy for the second straight year. ...,. . ..-.--. , E . . X . . . .,,,.,. .,.,. ge. ew R., , . .. Q . sv 2 V D- - , A Q., N .. ,.,, -.1 if"-15 ester- ii ' "'VH1-s-:l- :SSX " SE: ' " ?2lf'5'i- The Sig Ep intramural teams won the flag football and swimming titles to place high in the final intramural stand- ings. Seventeen new members were initiated into the Colden Heart on Feb. 13, to bring the total members initiated into the chapter to 76. Miss Nancy VVilson was crowned Sig Ep Sweetheart at the annual Sweetheart Dance. David Anderson Darrel Andrew Ron Behrens Dave Christensen Paul Ekberg Bill Fairfield Rick Fuller Mike Habcrland Phil Hayford Kurt Hild Ron Janssen Yerlin Janssen Dick McXVilliains Tom Nelson ,lim Pollard Chris Richardson Milt Rogers Kent Sliadclcn Ierry Stine -f- Don Vaclm Leonard V iersen Glen Vieselineyer Biclmrd XVOods 169 .,. .f 1, . 'R .1 . V 5 .f'f, , 4' S s l, A Q 5 .3232 . ,b ,, ,yi l i 1 E i IJ! ., vi:,v, 5 x 1 ' 4 'aff-ff" v -Y' . is? 5 il? 1' Aga Hi P ,f . sa' ' X f i ll 2 i 5 . 1 1 5. -if J I s - Y l 1, Q , b fa f 5 4 .-iwszifr' 'N Y fair ,, chew- T' -.,,-I 5 i i. i r if 8. if " li.. r 1. -. 'ov -. .w wr'-ft my .Qt ,vw .wtxf ,wx . 7, -9 . . -.Aw ..'1' ,fa ,mv 1 ,im ju .- ,ti in." .-r . M - -Q -1- " -. - .93 ,fl-if, 0-, fi.,-.lg . 'fm -4 ,..-fl . N31 I my .Q '.,,u2f' " .stvfif im,- Q: V. .1 ' V ' -. f'1,,xjyfV-.y,Q... l I l. ,.p-. . ., :D , . , 1 , .5 4, Q'-' , -' 4' 5'. ' 1 ' ' . ,- ,. m 1. 0, ' Q D 'f ' .- . , ' 5 ,,,,. ,, .vs u. f,, -44,-.-' - ',- ,.,-bl, ,.-, ,'-gtg Nuuf.. mom. ,UAV Jbilif' 'Q - 42.041, .,.' ,H - .N ' X - , sl, ,i-,.Q'A.' -t - V - '4 -. if, -. ' Q .,., vw J ,J h .u- Q--,,: , A -1 + 4 . V P . Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart--Nancy Wilson P23 - iff , fy 'x 1, H , 'I 1 2 fig 1 ,gy e i? . Phu Phu Phu Sweetheart Lee Morgan 'Q 3 , Phi Phi Phi Fraternity OFFICERS President ........ D ......,,... ...,..,.,....... - .... Vice President ....,..,. ,.....,,,.,.....,., Secretary ,......... Treasurer, ,,.,v ... ...,...i .A........,.... . ,.,. .,......Dick Luebbe ,.......,.Tom Willis ..Bob Richey e,,,W.,,,.Burry Nowak Bruce Ackerman Doug Beshore Bob Curtwright Cary Curry i l l Dave Dostal Cary Duranski jerry Fox Lorin Galvin Charles Grantham Luke Hanke Mike Inselman Bill Iensen Jeny Kilgore Ron Koteles Ed Krurnl Dick Luebbe Stan Martin Camie McCormick Donald N osal Barry Nowak jerry Richards Bob Richey john Richman Scott Robinson Ron Ruder Gary Schafer Denny Shanahan Bob Smith Keith Staehr jim Van Horn Chuck Varvel Tom Willis Dan Windhorst jack Young Dave Backes Jim Baumgartner Ioe Brogan Dewayne Brown Ron Clark John Dunn Darryl Erpelding George Grogan Dan Hoesly Bill Mahaffy Mike McDonald Kent Peterson Randy Rasmussen Roger Richter Loren Schuett Bill Swanson Dewayne Tucker f ! .,,. ,C 7 If I mf , 1 VL 'V ,warg gg, .. ":l. f h '- "mW"'L.e Aa.ma....., M, . -1 The home of the Tri Phis is located just south of campus at 940 West 24th. The fraternity move its present quarters in the Spring of 1962. Tri Phis Celebrate 10th Year The Phi Phi Phi Fraternity celebrated its 10th anniversary at Kearney State College during their Spring formal dance and ban- quet held May 14. The local fraternity had its beginning in 1956 and has a total membership of 178 including alumni and active members. A committee has been selected to survey the possibilities of join- ing a national fraternity in the near future. GS? A r ig? ' A ff:if',,222 W ' ' Tfflleizrgis. new 'zz i' fre'-1 . - 1,- gi V, I lg, ' Q , d pa -,, 'fy. 4-E' Theta Xi National Fraternity ISS Tv ,f-v 1:9 ,-WL.,-j .. Q4 . .Wu-, ,wsu 1 -av . '1"4 51-. X 1 gd W 'Q xii -f ,ss ,X-""., 424 -N... wifi 'xt' it fa, V .J f iq ' gs 1' 'fv-5 gnu ,Q- 'iz Q I 2 'i ai Un! If e -.27 Q? 4 -.. sr 19 -5, X. 4-3' f 45" Tom Aspegren Robert Behrens Mike Bolin Dick Bolton jerry Caffey Don Coad Maurice Denies Denny Duffy john Eliason Randall Fitch Ronald Flohr Dan Garrett W alt Gritiiths jim Cuthmann Bob Harvey Bob Heitman Bill Hickman Rodney Hiser Ron jiede Steve Johnson Howard Kester Dave Kimmel Steve Lialcos Ron Paine Rich Pehrson Tim Pratt Floyd Rhodes jim Richardson Pete Romanoff Charlie Sandy Dee Schaad Bill Schoneberg Don Seim V irg Setzer John Steifensen Jerry Stoll Emest Thayer Charles Thompson Steve vandefbeek Mike Vetter Lloyd VVag'ner Roy Wagner Pat Wenzl Bob Whitehouse jerry Wise Jack Wolfe v2f'2f5'?ififf1:f xv.-I .1 fksgfyr- .Q 1:,.:'. - . Junior Anderson Mike Andersen Ken Carmann jerry Cronk Randy Fricke Lyle Cearhart Stan Goodwin jack Hamer Iim Head Ed Hollinger Dave Kennedy Ken Kroeger Daniel Larsen John Lurvey. Jr. Rick Miller Jim Rassette Terry Samuelson Bill Sorenson 'M L., ,4-I' ,-Q f. "9-"'9' Yr'-:av ,-0, N05 Steve Stroff Richard Thayer Jim Tschepl Steve Van Cleave ks, , 'W T , 1 4 9 f . 7 J. Q y- Theta Xi Collect Money For 4-H Campy Hold Two Major Social Events Last spring when the Halsey National Forest developed into flames which destroyed a large portion of the forest the Theta Xi helped to collect money to rebuild the 4-H camp that was located there. The fratemity pulled an old fashioned fire Wagon 174 miles from Halsey to Kearney collecting over 3800 for the 4-H camp. In October the annual Swamp Stomp was held and in April the Spring Formal. Miss Micki Roth was crowned Theta Xi Sweetheart at the annual affair. The fratemity roll includes 57 actives and 14 pledges. Of- ficers are: Virg Setzer, presidentg Dave Kimmel, vice-presidentg Ron Jiede, treasurerg and Ernie Thayer, secretary. Occupied for two years, the Theta Xi house is located at 822 West 26th. Mrs. Gladys Rose, retired KSC ort instructor, is the housemother. 175 Theta Xi Sweetheart--Micki Roth 53 1 Kr- ' , , ,my 'Dream Girl of Theta Chi'-- Carolyn Martin '. ll. '.'. 1 r Q, .1 , 'y ,lu gn gr 11 'cr .1 'I , Th .-Z r V 'v v -v 'v- 5 , r 177 178 dleni' 1-uihudf' .1 Quan- Ehpf , 7 'Www'- Vance Boelts Curt Bosselman Donald Broughton Al Ciani Harry Cross Robert Hilton Tim Hunsburger Lonnie Kitterer Cary Kuebler Dean Miller James Moon jay Dee Richards Robert Schlainan Stanley Talcott Douglas Zikmund 5552 f ,-gag:-5 Q' ,1i,,z, ,?1.-,-fwgf.-gg-1:11a -wwf 's-1-if-fa-:.:. .:1 215:-!Z'55y?' ' - 'va-'ff -.3 21951-5 ' ' YU??i??f'iiT4J . ,., Ruger Anderson Doug Morlong Russel Jensen Donald Zikmund Clarence Hauniont ,, ....,,-1,n,, ,1, 1, , .N., vT.G.,1 , .,,, f'2g3E'5,s:-Siistwizcz::-: f -' irc: ,-gl. .iii 'sal z,11,,'31,:3".-z:1':rf A", i'i2.'? 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Mike NVhetstone Terry Pike Herbert Roeser Steve McCray 'Big Bertha's' First Appearance Is Loud A loud Hrst appearance came at the Hastings College football game for "Big Berthaf' a 27 millimeter anti-tank gun. "Bertha, was introduced by the Theta Chi fraternity in November after weeks of anticipation by the college. "Big Berthai' was the highlight of the year of the fraternity and she will make herself heard at all home football games. Two informal dances were held first semesterg a yard and a half party, the girls costumes are made with only a yard and a half of material, and a Graveyard party. In other activities, the Theta Chi chapters located at Omaha, Lincoln, Nebraska VVesleyan, and Kearney met in Lincoln for a softball tourna- ment and Miss Carolyn Martin was crowned "Dream Girl of Theta Chi" at the annual spring Luau. 135 -' , .Q ', 25? il , .22-11, V' 2 ' ' I P' Q1 E NB .Z - A , . lJ2,:!' O Q i f LW , ,fffif ' . 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" 1 12 1 -, - , f,, fi nl, I. f 1- j 11 , if f 4 ' r , , 1 i J -- J x Dennis Anderson Dan Costello Linden DeFreeCe Dean Fickenscher Terrell Hanshew Dallas Haring james Hesse Ray Hoagstrom Dennis Hannon Gene Hynes Kim johnson Darrel jones Bob Lanhani Ken LaFever jim Lindau Cale NIcReynolds Roger Meyer Don Morgan jim Morey Ted Quick Leonard Helitus Barry SCl11'1'10lier Dennis Schrnoker Cari, Sedrfrburg Mike Suriger joe Vap Dan XYiesenra11 Na-il Vfiscrnari 180 Sigma Tau Gamma National Fraternity OFFICERS President .,,,, ,. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,r,,A, ,V,,V,, T e d Quick Vice President ,,v,,, V-'Jim Mo,-ey 5eC"9fU"Y ---'------- ....,,, D an Costello Treasurer ,, ,---,,, Roger Meyer 52 I Q 'rv , -ar VY .,,, is-lg 2 -' K Eg Q' 5. E .1 , 92:7 -r -W---e xi :K - Q" A ,,., -' V, r fm raw- , HQ? .4 , -t -' 1 .- I , , ye 2- 3, X 'nv aw? I Q0 ' 2, ,asm ivf, x N: 6' Q-""" qu-vf WX L . :isis my ,"P'a', Q S-Si' - xxx- M. ' 'T Mi? ...5'?:f'1"4.1-N 2 ,1,4:gz.1a..:31e'-f ' ff: ,g1-,.,.,, . zQsk-aI.,i::.?t-1- .,.,.. , - .A.......,1 Sarraf? ,S ENR- ' SKF: z i ,s,,k,:.. 4--, -f 5: ,, Q45:13sli:E': . ml- .,,. -fr fs. Q Sai' 3: : S::f:,.I'.' i ' yt., .1 , Q, . X... A, ,- ' , Ama f if C ' fan, F, Z1 .g v"""' W' is ' .iv ffl! If . R 4 . 1 'I H141 Grantham and some of the Waiting to be served at the evening meal are, housemother, Mrs. Bess brothers of the Beta Chi chapter. 'Sig Tau Eternal Light' Burns at Their New Fraternity House Sigma Tau Gamma added their name to the list of frater- nities that own houses with the occupation of their house at 611 West 25th. The two story house is the new home for 27 of the brothers of the Beta Chi chapter. The house has been remodeled extensively to include four extension phones, floor-to-Hoor intercom system, a sunning deck and two kitchen areas. ff 2 - Another feature of the house is the unique "Sig Tau Etemal Lighti' that has bumed continually since the house was occupied. Social activities of the fraternity included two informal dancesg the Togo Tromp and the Surpressed Desires dance. Judy Tollefsen was crowned Bose of Sigma Tau Gamma at their Spring formal. -15,1-ZZ 'f7"""' 1f ' ' 2:07 'W K 4 17 , , - 5 z - 4 wyg 2 QQ, f Z, f fl, , 4 Del Beck Larry Christensen Terry Christensen John Clabaugh John Elckhout Rick Ender me. Craig Erickson Arlette johnson Keith Koch Don Laskill Laird Lunber Chuck Mc-Bride Bob Miller Bryon Miller Bob Nowuczyk Tear Bill Orcutt E A ff f af , , We Cary Pinqer Sam Simonson l AWS' 1 f-31 , fm ij t, v b , he f Bob l'mynor Galen Trasper ' Dan Troudt Jerry Urban Larry Voorhees Darrel VVeis 181 ,.f nd' .2,A.w -Ex .'w.'f , , 'Sn If 2 ZW' -5325 . v 5321 we N J NN gf 9:55 Qc-r 'qzifi wlji Nr 42325 s. I 9 3,1 ,NA-Y, Q NK, 1 . Rose of Sigma Tau Gamma --ludy Tollefsen QM ,,.,, ,N 'ftmz .an f - x - 0 .4. r .1 1 ,- Q.-1 ., Phi Kappa Tau Queen--Betty Lurvey 4-,, . 1, ,a., r .W M er -w v 163 Phi Kappa Tau National Fraternity On Nov. 53, the Phi Kappa Tau colony became the seventh fraternity on campus. The colony was organized by Thomas C. Cunningham, Direc- tor of Chapter Development. with 12 members. Don Hicks was elected president and jerry Byrnes IFC representative. An open rush policy was set up for the Phi Kappas in order for them to pledge additional members. Eleven new members were pledged during first semester. Betty Lurvey was selected as the Hrst Phi Kappa Tau queen. P I J' FN U K V, "" G' .,. 3 - -, f--od ' or -g,p .f Bill Anderson Brad Brauer Jerry Bymes .':.':xg-,gf-55.-51 Q-Q1.5,T.11Y-:ll L-.::.-f:-5 fssiiz-.::1:1': , Fug 514113. --54+ N F tv x ,. . th aw- T' 1 , sta A we ' , 93' X - . V ' rv' ff a 3 - 5- l .' A 5. 531. , ,ig't.igf,7g'g ' ,af H, ff , if ' Uh PM ,. . . . Q yy x ,www 1 B ,TN ' . ' D ,Q fn. X .A at 7 A 'B ' ,C Q SRX R ,.. E rf- gs, W4- . 4' "Met, . f 5 ' y-. . 'A' 1 R Na: -'fix xx i -cs , 'Lv 5- , f I . +0 f uv va 5 -4' f S- 03 5 wx X, tx L it ,Smal t NJ, Dave Cure Larry De-Bower Jim Delp Bill Gratopp Doyle Haney Leon Harder Don Hicks Lou Hirsh Jim Hunt Richard Kopf Dennis McPherson Patrick Moroski john Schnasc Ralph Schwugcr Bob Seaman Cary Smith Phil Soper Denzl Theis Justin Thompson XV1iyne Quincy Panhellenic, IFC Sponsor First All Greek Dance ' The first annual All Greek dance, under the sponsorship of Panhellenic and Inter-Fraternity Council, was held in january. Barry Nowak, Phi Phi Phi, and Micki Roth, Chi Omega, were selected as king and queen to preside over the Greek affair. Selection of the royalty was taken by ballots. The ladies voted for the king and the gentlemen voted for the queen. Other candidates for queen included Lee Morgan, Alpha Phig Carol Sederberg, Gamma Phi Betag Linda Packwood, Alpha Xi Deltag and Kay Prizer, Delta Zeta. King candidates were Dave Kimmel, Theta Xig Bob Hilton, Theta Chig Duane McCan, Phi Tau Gammag Pat Moroski, Phi Kappa Taug jerry Gronewold, Sigma Phi Epsilong and jim Morey, Sigma Tau Gamma. , .V ,I if-S 1 ' , 2- 4-S 'ri V ' .. .35 . ,,., , ...AV - ,z I 1, I ,b x ,N ll .V V 53:4 If - me 'V A -iii?-1, ' warren.. ' 3 L ' W "ii ' mkbif 1 ' ' . ' f th-lift - ' - '. 'va ' ' . 175' x u 72 .L ,-.,-lT Panhellenic president Kathy Hesse crowns Micki Roth queen as Chuck Varvel, IFC presi- dent and Barry Nowak, chosen king, applaud. Awaiting the completion of the crowning ceremonies are the other four candidates Lee Morgan, Carol Sederberg, Linda Packwood and Kay Rizer. King candidates Jim Morey, Jerry Gronewold, Pat Moroski, Duane McCan, Bob Hilton and Dave Kimmel watch the crowning ceremonies. J- l v 'A ll ' .t ,X . g ' 'U -.. 4-L-..n s-lull!!! Skull WTFQHEK FACULTY STUDENTS V , - 3. i i Ia ' M I? 1 hm . - is rf' Dr. Lyle Mantor, professor of history at KSC for more than 35 years, was honored in January as the new 400 bed men's residence hall was named in his honor. Making the announcement is President Hassel. Mrs. Maurine Eckloff stops by a food sale to pick out some baked goodies. 188 Faculty at Work and Play Sam Levenson, a speaker at the state teachers convention in October gives his autograph to Mrs. Wilma Stutheit and Dr. Hassel. 'K' N w fa' Dr. and Mrs. Mantor were honored guests at the first open house in Mantor Hall in February. Here they enjoy some of the entertainment planned for their enjoyment. -'s : N ,,. 3. 'Q Jrwi '52 'U169' -f"" Dr Robert DuFresne Cha1rman, Division of Education Professor of Education Nj' , HV.. e, HMS, 1 NNW - X. ,-4-52" iii .Jai , Louise Adams Associate Professor of Education , QQ : I . - -x ' c . r, -, -5- Q ' N i , f Dr. Leona Failor Professor of Education and Psychology it Aw .. ' X Dr. Wayne Marshall Professor of Education Dr. F. M. Shada Director of Student Teachingg Professor of Education ww . I x C George Blocher Associate Professor of Education Q, Qui?-:"'X -ff -' 5 x " , ' Myron Holm Director of Graduate Studiesg Professor of Education George Morris Assistant Professor of Education and Psy- chology Marvin Spracklen Assistant Professor of Education and Psy- chology of-. :.41t g u y 'X I Dr. Rollzmd Bowers Assistant Professor ot Education Karl Hughes Acting Instructor of Education . SN: . ,.., X ns. . XE ", 5:4 X ' M 'R Y v William Nelson Instructor of Educa- tion rffixfli' -"'f sf A .qs I X' V' 'I' fi 'Hs , ik Donald Stumpff Associate Professor of Education :md Psy- cholwur Division of Education and Psychology Dr. Jack Campbell Head, Department of Special Educationg Asso. Prof. of Ed. Halvin Iohnson Assistant Professor of Education and Psy- chology Dr. Louis Ninegar Professor of Education f r-"wr-r gym:-f' r , it 4 ' A ' i ,. c' fi' :S .Ms ,nil Wilma Stutheit Instructor of Educa- tion 'S- Q 3.4 ,gf fi - Harold Davis Associate Professor of Education f' N., Dr. Marvin Knittel Associate Professor of Education and Psy- chology Dr. Maurice Sergeant Assistant Professor of Education X 4 5' 5 . M K X A-a tl! aw... "' if 1 Siiilrifgv... Paul Wilmot Instructor of Educa- tion . 1 Alberta Martin Graduate Assistant I8 ' 4' ' , -' 'I 'G-Q 22 f . t. t 1. . .N ,v -4 gli :g 'l':,'P' if x xx . ful X A xl 'i 'ttf it ' ' r lj' T 2 IKE' Nov, 'ri.':"' , ..,,, . s . Q' .- get as ... st may :seas -' :Ze ix. . vzeisa-. .t -av V e q,W., .ws 1 ,.:: --.1 ,,gL,v,:,. s..:y-wg, -tftgvs s 3 3, 4 gg, , 1, .:. .gaifysgtr .L- '+R . . . eva. ,. . M.:fs. ' fl'-f 11.5 .Y .A ,. .. ,wgxwffx Dlvlslon of P Dr. Eugene Beck Chairman, Division of Health and Physical Education I "f Rama. N Q . t X .abit ,,.v.:" Refs, ' . t ,.,,.. rl. X ,qi 4. +-351 Q R f- ox Q K 1. ,ar M, ,K x , . Nm: 5 N X N ii ft tl, 1' si I. QS' sg .qfx xlwxi X 5 i' 1 x get ,,-,.i...f,. .:,.:y..s...3. .A .V J- -WY. .t x Professor of Physical Education Ioan Bailey Assistant Professor of Physical Education Frederick Gerhardt Instructor of Physical Education 67 7 Betty Bethell Instructor of Physical Education 1--Y. 21 QW W , T7 4 llll Kathleen Hansen Acting Instructor of Physical Education x 5-I A-li t 5, s A f I. Annette Reed Acting Instructor ni Physical Education F r 1 Charles Hircnck Graduate Assistant - ' X Gm I , Merwin Roeder Assistant Professor of Healthg Physical Edu- cation "t - 1 1 4 v, X . a Gary Mason Graduate Assistant Leland Copeland Associate Professor of Physical Education Robert Hauver Assistant Professor of Physical Education joe Willis Instructor of Physical Education .5-.X is Donald McKinney Graduate Assistant hyslcal Education fi .. Charlie Foster Athletic Directorg Professor of Physical Education w . . Leslie Livingston Associate Professor ot Physical Education PNN 'XY 1 3 1 Y was l I Allen Zikmund Associate Professor of Physical Education , I , M A . 'N 3, '. -41 r .' V fl? ,g-. , - f Pat McKinney Graduate Assistant Division of Fine Arts Elmer Holzrichter Instructor of Art William Lynn Associate Professor of Music Karl Pope Assistant Professor of Speech Dr. Stephen Archer Assistant Professor of Speech fy! 1 I Pi 32 F f 'I i Z A If L Jack Karraker Head, Art Department Assistant Professor of Art Mary jo Morrow Instructor of Speech Pathology Raymond Schultze Assistant Professor of Art ,, ,211 ' 1-'5'rij'i-14 zf,:Q1gj.,.1 . 'i' 2. ' , , I 3246 3 1, 53 ,.,,,, A 5 3 ' Arthur Bates Assistant Professor of Music 41 ix air W V Dr. john Kirk Assistant Professor of Speech ,Jr Emmett O'Leary Instructor of Speech 0146-V 1 ' " -' "fam: .g - - sf " 4 ' 9',2g,g:5., 'ly' - if V ,Q T35 : IP 'i ' " ' Arnold Sivils Instructor of Music Dr. Harold Ahrendts Chairman, Division of Fine Arts: Professor of Speech at Carl Easterbrook Assistant Professor of Music Robert Kunkel Assistant Professor of Speech ,.:.,.4....::: r fda ' "Ai r 4, ' ,J 4 , -,..:, '. f' 'Ffa Dr. Myron Osterberg Assistant Professor of Music -,-,V .. 1 gag: - X 1 ff' Af Donald Stanley Instructor of Music - ""1 af V 2 uv 4 I f -4.-:13 ".' Maurice Eckloli Instructor of Speech Q' 1 ' S Robert Larson Associate Professor ot Speech Sara ,lane Pearman Instructor of Art Y 1 'Vw I Dr. Gaylord Thomas Head, Music Depart- mentg Professor of Music Dr. Gerald Feese Associate Professor o Music Keith Lowry Instructor of Art ' N X 'V +29 Y james Pitzer Assistant Professor of Speech f ., -5-fi A 'iff Rosalie XVozniak Instructor of Speech ai. 3 YE ww..--' ..,b - . ,..,.. "tr sf 'ssc .ggl it N ' X D - f t ,Q ,W ",. , -.-if -3:11 V s :- Eugene Buck Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts Ella Higgins Instructor of Home Emnomics za: t I, - ' vw if' . ' r y? " iw, in A ' f1"' gf 1? K , Dr. Warren Messman Professor of Industrial Arts , -5La."5"-" . ' - .- ...:..,,, rj' .- I .. 1 I . f ' f- ' 1 ' A4 , .. ' L -Hi 1 , V' .. F, If - 4.- - ' Msgs 'H William Waddle Instructor nf Business ...Q .. , .5 b S1511 . csygg bsf ,gf .5 ,go L 1 - fr .gap X .m s ,f X 2.545 Asst? N "so ' 'SQ is-Q .yr ' r . 'sr ' 5 " x X :ks sry Kenneth Carlson Associate Professor of Industrial Arts ea.- Maurine Hoiferber Assistant Professor of Home Economics Edward Monson Assistant Professor of Industrial AIS 4 Tis. s Y K -w,,L" 's' , f It 1 Roland Welch Head, Business De- partrnontg Associate Professor nf Business Division Dr. Floyd Krubeck Chairman, Division of Vocational Arts Professor of Industrial Arts Maynard Envick Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts f x ' ' vw, s nv, .. 4 1 . Q V . x .sf 'K A r :-1 s Evelith Kuecker Instructor of Home Economics Margaret Morton Instructor of Business Education . .:"', s- me- . V 'iff A ,. L., ra Y' N c, -1 ss, ' 'asf-is I lx' K HJ 55 4 .- 2 3 2 x, 4 , Q 'A I' x . I V, Luella Williams Associate Professor ot Home Economics of VOC31Il0I13l Arts Kenneth Errett Instructor of Business - -18 i X s 1 + 4 3' 1 r X t ,Q ' . Ora Lindau Associate Professor of Industrial Arts . 45 "' 5 .1 23- 1' 'i sf' xx-U-'..' .V .,,,wL. .t S Clara Ockinga Associate Professor of Business Education .As sa sg "Eff '- if .f ar 'f I 1-a s 'IV' Helen Wimherley Acting Instructor of Business ,To-.rw-,...... . . 4. .. Y . wr.. ' '4 " "'f'f? 3 55 ' .2-L' Q- 4 . . ,.,, I. Q . 3 t, 1-:QI i- zz. -1 ' I I ,Q 'i' '. L :-. SX I :-. safriii Delia Garrett Associate Professor of Home Economics i"?Aziac-ataffqffwzwaff' f z, 5-5'i12f?i ' Q ' , . I A E153 ' ' ,lrijvii Wt, ' . . . A 'kj' Kaye Mach Instructor of Business Education i:fZflf?2"'?4f51 if ' 32 ' I f ': -- "" "ravi 1' -2223 2' E515 :' -vw-.1 .- , , Ekfirijzif , jf , I 4 I 3 1 -'H. Hg. f '-A 'dw-1 'L . '7 f, W A an ., gf- 53? ' ,J fy, J! 1 4 ,Q - ,, :II-jr.,-5,22 1 V 1 ,gevgairirgrv .Q-ff , .1 - 52: - Raymond Schmitz Instructor of Business Robert Young Acting Instructor ot Business '2, . ass- -'13, ,AQ - 45 . I 51:33. " ii? .Zi :Cs T .- is 1. ,NIL sir W 's E' v si fe. :ix 'I - ' ,592 , . , X I Riff? Edith Gunlicks Assistant Protessnr of Business Education 7 L . ' f . ,L -:av-Ewa, '1- ' '-v' 711135177 I .ff Vi. 1 fazjg- ' yea I " f:::Q?ff ' Dorothy McArthur Instructor of Business 'E .. sag X Nr,-s. f ,sf A Ruby Tripp Assistant Professor of Business . , , r .sais . .r .I I ' X rr I 3 1-I lwaeizf -' xr , Terry Richardson Graduate Assistant Ole Kolstad Assistant Profvssnr of Biology Bmce Stewart Instructor of Mathe- matics ,,,3Wa,w.i ,.,. . ,. , ' 21 A. ,, ,V 2 1 4 if s 4-ji 0 - ,ja1g?P L-4 Elmer Beckman Associatc Profvssor of Physics " " ., ff' , F, 1 PM 1 'ff fa - -fi, 3 ' Harvey Coli- Associatu Prob-ssur ot Biology 1 j f fi 1 f f Dr. Iohn Kucckcr Assistant Profcssnr of Chemistry ' L, - , , A , V ' ' 452: 5 '-1345 Ivan Stones Instructor of Mathe- matics Division of Science and Mathematics , .- -'gi " v-- If fs. ' 1 Dr. Lacldie Bicak Associatu Pmfvssm' of Biology ' 4 is M Af, 4 4 5 si X ff. I Hobi-it Collins: Instructor of Matin-- matics Eff ' U' 12 af , 3 if 2 rf saga 6 X ,, ., ,,, L. M. Larson He-ad, Niathi-matics Department, Associate Professor of Maths'- matics A 7 ' f Y , I 311.21297 1 MZ: in ftfvfztl r 'Q 4 fi? 1 .M is-ff 9,440-vi-Y. . lack Swanson Associate Professor of Chemistry Dr. Donald Fox Division of Science and Mathematics, Chairman Professor of Chemistry ai . , .V-vc.. eg U gf 5lf7WwwW"-' ' if Elinor liirnr-y Instructor of Biology f 1 l' " 5 ,Q Hat" 3 1 ' ,I jliifl WW., V- ij.. . 5 e- up 5, fry, Dayle Fitzkc Associate Profr-ssor of Mathematics Dr. Douglas Lund Associate Professor of Biology ,Q nz, wr c,'4wm'.:.t, 'i'i?'f'?'5 ' is 1 .7 nfv-:6f1i::ZF.M 'MFA' - "" "Y 1 Lzafw' 1,73 -'figs f- ' nf, v f v.. Wy I ' , 2, ' ,A saw if ,x 1, Dr. Iames Swanson Associate Professor of Chcmistry 1 'W .,,- cs . 41 : em af, ' ' 4" Q4-If ,f , ,amp ,fs -4-J or of Dr. John Bliusr' Hvnd. Biology Dupart- nu-nt, Professor oi Biology I f f is , 4 2 2 1 nf' Y David Heim Instructor of Mathu- matics k k, 1 , 31' '- 1' ,. I fw- gf V4 ' 21335 9 Dr. The-odola Nelson Professor of Mathe- matics as 7,2 . 2' ' 1 Clayton Trnc Instructor of Biolngv " f Q- , . Ui Z5 A '- :ii r, 1 ,gi 4 l s.,-, Y ii 7,-4719-'s I cw, Mg. Sty ' f ,, .a A t Q A cf' Lydia Bntli-r Assistant Professor of Xlathi-matics A -1.-. ,,., J Dr. Richard lkenlwrry Assistant Profs-swf of Biology 57 ' - zo , tif" ' .zv 132, , 'ff ' 4 4? wa 55335 Albert Poorman Instructor of Biology ' " "f vi ,V V , Dr. Glen Underhill Associate Professor ot Physics I Q fl' 'xg i 3-: X s keep sv x A. Steele Becker Instructor of Geog- raphy Qliw ' J , - fp, xf ix, ,,, A c 'F '!g Irma Coombs Instructor of History "' c, f- 4"Ds .,,-1.-' ,A 'qi' my 4 ,, . ,3- Ann O'Quinn Assistant Professor of History i??ij'ii'-' fi" fi .E ' ' .7:' "" ,., .rr p V, I - I ' if Dr. Robert Talbott Associate Professor of History Dr. Philip Holmgren Division of Social Sciences Chairman Division of Social J , I Science Professor of History and Political Science 0, J Harold Blostein Assistant Professor of Political Science Raymond Davis Instructor of Political Science Iohn Person Instructor of Economics Ralph Richards Instructor of Socioloily Dr. Martin Carlson Associate Professor of Social Science -Es. ,. MA,,... More ' in 14 Dr. Ray johnson Professor of Sociology 4 x, 1, 1' ' 'V Donald Schmidt Instructor of Political Science V ." 4 :-,. If g 3 ., eg .N V 0. T. Ventress Inst.ructor of History Ns, --.... Dwayne Cole Instructor of Social Science in 1. 23 .,. , .5 A f 9 Michael McQuade Instructor of Political Science U 1357'- Q Marvin Stone Instructor of Geog- raphy Q51 Wilfred Workman Assistant Professor of Economics if 1 x 'it' Anne Zarinnia Acting InsU'uctor of Ceogaphy Dr. Dwight Atlznns Proh-ssor nt English Dr. Dum' Brady Associate Professor ot English 'f fr- .., N E s H . , X Harold Colony Instructor nf English a E ,,,:: s Ernest Grundy Associate Professor ot English 3 , Tract-y Miller Instructm' of English Dr. Aristitlcs Sosn Assistant Prnft-ssnr of For:-inn Lmnzinnlvs Roy Blnzz-r Instructor nt Language and Litcmturt- fs-QP" ru.-Ml Inst-ph Carroll lnstructm' of English as Sf' i X f"-'ix aa A Qty' R. s , Wa. , I-5:53. ss -bz- , s - -.gg 'Vu' 1 egg.. , 3 mf, t l Mnriam Dralkv Assistant Prnfcs sm' nt English W QQ- 2 if ,:, Me: Dr. Hannes Hzuzspit-I Assistant Prufvssoi' Of English Etngvne Mullcn Instructor of Lihrnry Science '-3 In ,A a i V :- W 'V a, 1 ,I ,WI Donovan NVelch Assistant Professor of En gli sh Division of Language ' i and Literature , -7' ., if- , .4 i "iw .r..f5f ', Diffs' Hiclnlrd Clnyq-cl Assistant l'rnfi-ssm' nf English ' T -. with Jacques Dubois Acting Instrnctm' nl' Frt-nch X X, N x Q vw :is 'Ig ' X" if 3 M . L X iz., -3" Y x Halrlnnll Hoffmann Assistant Prnfvssnr ol' English if'--+R X Y Vs this ' Dr. Ienn P1-titt Profs-ssur of English 5-N Q-1 s Dr. Hairuis VKX-stvrfivlcl Associntv Pmfvssnr of Enigljsh Dr. Hurry Hoffman Chzlirinan, Division of lmiigliagm- an cl Literature Professor of English tx X s 13 KX X il x s I. Paul Frittun instructor uf English , Q I .br--3 I Dr. Hi-lm-n lstns Proft-ssnr nl Mucli-rn Lunminges 2 ni 'ws' V v-W,.?, I, Hnzcl Pierci- lnstrnctnr nf Enulish ,E XVnltt-r XYiL'trwr lnstrnctnr uf Enuhsh an t I .. Pt 5. .57 -' ,r ' qi 4 '- a " r ,fi .Q 3 iw! fi" ' "" rf fig-'X ig ., 3, 98- -- 4 igifkizr- . ' X .Q it Dr, Eclnn Furness Profs-ssrn' nl English I Q x WI! l "':..."5,., 44' Inlin lvnsnn lnstrnctor ut -lmn'n.nl Nw.. f .I ff rgyf , M. Tl10in.is tlmllrm' l1'nsti'll1-lm' nt lsllglisll Urxruthy' Klvin Asslitiiti- Prufi-ssan' ui isrn English .1 a swat' N ff -' ' Ffgiit "1-wi g V . .v -- s.. f..,,2 - , x' Was , K-X ' .1 J i I xl'1,.. x, Vvrnnn 1'lannln-ck Phyllis linlwrts lnstrnctur uf English atssutiutm- l'l'ivl-'ssm' nl l,,inuu.n:4-s pi N 5 X -1,7 M tl ,, ex Q 'WC ii Q :XTX I. iff s tin-nv XYilkinsuu lnstrnutm' ul l,:lngn.n1i-s XY? -xi A,-. Xl.i1:.un-tlxnk 4.i.nlll.nl:' Xssishinl H13 11' . . Y 3.-.,fvIzi, .. 515' EK fr l E QI T:f??f" Z , 55535.27-f,A.-i U it , . 550513 'ez:":5'i?ii1'5Z'l5N3 - j'j,f."Q":.c.v1 '-1.1 395.-'i.Z2'f?1X "'.1'fEi-3552 fx' 'h.3. "ffm, " 1 Y ' ,Q 3 1 "9,'3""' -1 ' 'jji 653' f ,Q .1. - -. f ,f . :', H j ,. A rf -I ' f N4s.fw -,- ee. Q Y , ff., 3- I 9- ft . FY. . f Q 1 .wg 1-,wget . .. 1. if, . af' ' 'fn - f -,s ,fy-fx as ,.f I . . , -"f-'p ff .4--.Ly . . ,fLE'f.1 -gf, -Q.-l,3f r - gl 22,511.2 lf, -ig? : ew-5,5 N414 I r : . if 1 QQ-51, -e e-1,-H . . ws.-P sw '-qi' 5 . -.-- 55' ef ' ' -,nie . - 1, 511 Er' , ' S : s niff ' ' , ' I 'K s.Q1'1".f-54' ii I , V swf Ji 1 ' 'Fi ff ' ' L K- 11. ef- ,-sim, f' ' - ' W r "' , af . rfixgisf, , - M - A . -, - f - I f he .wry - X , ' . -:f-.1 -mf.-. ,mf e' '- - . " ,.s W, , 1, -gy - .. 99 . . if?-f1, , YY, . .I . . Gale McReynoIds - SPEECH, English, James Morey - MUSIC. ,.' mf 1 Kenneth Moomey-SPANISH, GERMAN. Pam Fellers-ENGLISH, GEOGRAPHY, Deanna Warren-ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Music, Dwayne lbsen-SPEECH, Art. James Taylor-ART, Industrial Arts. .1" 31 Chosen For Membership In Who's Who Among Students Student Council and department heads chose 31 seniors for listing in Who's VVho Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Those chosen are listed with their major in capital letters and minors in lower case. Selection is based on scholarship, activities, honoraries, and recommendation of organizational oHicers. :lille If' 72 fill-ia, ' Sui-A-SJ-:Avi u n Lynn Carlsgaard-ART, ENGLISH. Doris Phelps-ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Geography. N Grace McGinnis-BUSINESS EDUCATION Business Administration. an 40 '41 'lf .Lg gs fb, Penny Schlager-BUSINESS EDUCATION, Music Olinda Odeon-ENGLISH, Speech Ben Welch-CHEMISTRY, Biology Barbara Junker-BUSINESS EDUCATION, Business Administration 1 I I I 2 .Io Sfadler-SPEECH, English V E 535 'if i if if cz, r, ,, fi ,X 1' -G' X Patricia Wagner-ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, Library Peg Claspell-HOME ECONOMICS, English Jerrene Friesen-ENGLISH, Journalism Beverly Walsh-HOME ECONOMICS, Art Marlene Snyder-BUSINESS EDUCATION, English Sheryl Sheen- BUSINESS EDUCATION, English 197 John Clabaugh-HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY uns, 2 , rx ' Q ' , 5 Q. .. 3 1 ff' ,,.' vel-'sf' I -'Z .A Q . - , V 1 - Eg if 1 "'. i 3.1" - f7' lm --" 1' 5 Q is 5 1 ' I Roland Carnes--MATHEMATICS, Physics. Larry Routh-- ,Q 5,1E E GEOGRAPHY, History and Political science. i' Karen Peterson-BUSINESS EDUCATION, Mathematics. Ima Jeane Zillig- FRENCH, English. vs zeffzrfg hz? f' , I .. Cheryl Witham-FRENCH, ENGLISH. Shirley Dutton - MATHE- Mmcs, Physics. Linda Dempewolf - PHYSICAL EDUCATION, 198 Mathematics. Leonard Charles Varvel - HISTORY, Political Science John Bliese - HISTORY, Speech. wiiiv lmo Zillig was chosen over several other candidates nominated. She is a Outstanding Senior Man Each year, selected faculty memlvers are uskecl to choose the one man and woman gracluate who, they feel, will best typify the ontstariding senior. This year 36 faculty were asked to help make the selection. John Bliese was the winner over two rivals in a close men's division race. A member of the star debate team, Xi Phi, Young Republicans, Pi Gamma Mu, and Pi Kappa Delta, he plans to become a lawyer. His major is history and minor is speech. JOHN BLIESE wwe IMO JEANE ZI LLIC , ,, jf. member of Alpha Phi sorority, AWS, "'fv Avv' 'i ,',' I ,NH Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Delta Phi, Sigma Tau ' ' ,I Delta and Xi Phi. Her major is English and V ' 5 minor is French. She has signed a contract to l f" V , 'lg . 3 Q 4 teach in Denver next year. , - 1 ,Q 5 'lK Q f V : H' 7,41 , 5 I V u s an mg en I or r , xi ii: 1? " ' l V A f ,, 2 L fri-li , . S ,jf w 0 m all t e - 4 .ii y f 'NEW TN. 1- fgxfw S.. SEIIIOTS Caroline Covey Charles Varvel secretary president not pictured: Linda Dempewolf, vice-presidentg Shirley Dutton, treasurer Lois Anderson Lany Arehart David Arnold Geraldine Artz Darlene Ashley Marlene Ashley Cheryl Amend Shirley Andersen Thomas Aspegren Linda Atkinson Andrea Anderson Dennis Anderson Robert Ayers Judith Bahnsen 'le',':r- 'gg as - f Yffre- . 'ii ,ff .. e--1-s . 3" 4 Q??EB?3?e5122QE5? .fm ., . 'aSgN,?.i5.A , ., 1 Q Qi 5 v 1 'XJR' U 0 S J AKA, A,-Qu, 'vii . --'ri'-Y f -'.::" . ttf- if fs, -xref. - ,x ' vw ass.. 5' f .- ' - , in: . 'YL Y ' W: X-we Aww z 'zz 'N , V N.. ,z X- --s avr: .sg 119.143-2--u 1 1:5pffRff. , ,ff-aw-' fewgggkefaawi gaefea? M. john Bailey Margo Bassinger Charles Bell Kelly Boesen Wayne Bo1lesen Rodney Boss Rlchard Brehm Leon Burge Eff 5 1-2 "5 ' ' ' hmhx.. -.,6,,,, . gd? " ' 13 W LAID BY THf E 4 GRAND LOPC, . A, M.. OF NEBRASKA A D 1-905,11 1 Wag v svzvfsrzR MASTER The sealed document box is fitted into the cornerstone for the William B. Bruner Hall of Science during the Cornerstone Loy- ing on September 30. Emnut Bossharner Kerm1t Bosshamer Gerald Bums Lester Buss Linda Bowden Carolyn Bratten '-if 1 . . -3353431 Shirley Chapman - Kxqwwn Carol Christensen . nm 'gli E136 112f11 wf5f'a2 , C ,,.., , -w M, :.Q.,,, .M i. GY. ' , K xx V sg. , , 48 Qi x X fs 'XX Q w Q Y '+A x Q K er xx mm X x sms. ig- gk flux. 0 s x V ,JN ass.-Ny.-.MQS. -is, ., ,. D , H '- is Q' www 'N-gy, N ig. ,- M N , . Margaret Claspeu sm-1 N,... :.: jf-.1 an-......,, Jerome Clinch Mary Cook Beva Callahan Lynn Camplin iv., sq ,..--W'-" james Copeland Doris Corder jean Carlson Roland Carnes SX X .Q , xx. .Q s W-vu-f Z Q, . Q '54 fr 4 lr s Mgr x. X vi' N xg' 9 5 f Q A my N r . 4, . R916 R ,ve X 2 ' wb A ? ,MN K K, ,zxfln Y,-I , 31, """ f V C ul' ,N - . ' W '4Tff'J" Xxx , ---W ,7 I K , anew- Kenneth Cox Fenton Crookshank Kathleen Danaher Steve Delay Linda Dempewolf jerry Denton Melvin Deselms Connee Donnelson Lois Crouse Gerald Curry Gary Dubbs Thomas Dunlay Ronald Cyboron Vicki Dahlsten Shirley Dutton Larry Duvall ' 22' 4, X. 1' 4- .- ' M f ' or A S ,- L . ' S 6 .iii L I ,, IQQ ' ami., h 3 ,' I -'. L . .vw gg - - - . J If i V ia, ff xx f, Cheryl Eclis Alberta Ekholm Marva Elder Bruce Ellingson Marcia Ellenwood Lois Enevoldsen Melvin Flick Shirley Folker Marilyn Ewer Melvin Falk Robert Forbes James Frager Robert Faustman Norma F ehr 'if 'ki Q. ,,,' ' .A ,' 1i. .f sf 1" .. 5 f as if 'sl ,- ww :M mc ..4n..,..,. n'hnn- ,. 206 Y. 'I' 1 I, ,VA ,X-, v il Z-- ,V 4L- wg... 6- l mf . 37" 6.- .' We-..V gf- , ' .- ,fr Q 'QQ f 8, tc 515' . i i if - fe e g W ,w Q- 4' iz, W u L lid: ., ' . Jayne Francies Larry Frederick N Iary Frederick N Iarie Freeburg 'ff-vi la "Q"-ev' 1 l l l Dorothy Frick Brian Gardner Cheryl Gillilan Gilbert Glinsmann l.HI'l'y Genzlinger Craig Gibbons Gary Graham Gerald Gronewald C' in Gibson Linda Cillett X eng :rn-u --oo VD 394 Z2 :rag "Il: go- rag Un-v rn .oz on-0 gn-f .2-f 32 -. m 4 :gg- Ong n- ., r o"'U vm. mi,- .,... -:xo ca:- 3: 750 n D-Z sri' :s:- o.n -1 n.n. 755' 2 a E-r can 322' V, if- llsl , .L - .,,.,.w Q' '. I 'Q X k vs ,kv ,,.- fb , We Xi' 1 ' Y I 2 Terrel Hanshew K. 5 , 574,915 5 gf " :": f' A Ellis Hanthorn ia M fi? if 14- C. 5 Y 54? f ' 1 5 Vf:f'3' s'-' gg.-1e"f4Qp7':1 .fifff ,.-f :'Q4,,'V. , A. Diann Harder Lg Avis Harkins i ,Q-1.5 jay Hazelwood Leslie Hausmann I Raymond Haggstrom Cary Hamilton . ,, -unqu- Beulah Heaston joan Heckel Linda Handel Charles Hannon Charles Heinrich Constance Hemphill 2 jay Henderson Clayton Hesser Kenneth Hill Robert Hilton Lyle Hinriehs Carl Hoagstrorn Patricia Holbein XVilliam Holliday Barbara Hollinger Director of Special Services greet a campus visitor when the Y I state registrars met at the states largest college in October. Charlie Holmes Class Ranks Thinned By Viet Nam Draft Say dear, that piece of candy does contain lots of calories, and that's not good for your diet. Ruth Holthaus Don Hopkins Dwayne Ibgen Gary johnsen Jon Kim johnson Kathleen Johnston Nelda jorgensen Barbara Iunker Maxine Karsten Roger Kelly Evaft W' , writ R 1 m.. 1.-1 7 7155 . , '97 1 - 14 X , H, 2 ,aww ,.. 7,9 .v,,:-,5,,,,.1- ,--,Www .ni-wf,,5V3:p,-2-:W - , 7 .,-H Iuclith Kimball Lanny Kizer Edgar Kneppcr Donna Knutson Betty Darlene Koch Thcodorc Koehn Thomas Laing Larry LaMay Nancy Koos Theodore Kopcrski Carol Lambley jean Larrick Chr-ryll Kunkel Gaylord Lacy Students still troop through the door of A.O. Thomas School, although now they go to Kearney Public Schools instead of Kearney State College. ffm 1 -I am os N l cCa1'tne-y Richard McCartney Garnic ML-Cormick Lanny McConnick Gale Xlcllvynolds Cary Maas Kcnnvtll LL'l:EVl'l' cllllll'lUl1l' Lt'l'lIUlilllllP1' Galy Nlalonv Roger Meyer ,lzuncs Lindam Slwrry NlCCull Rodney Xliller -loe Minnick fmfi ,,,,,uv' fyclfw' ' M-was Q' 3 f'-1-44.1, 'Z 2 James Morey Donald Morgan Glen Morgan August Nelson Margaret Nelson David Nienaber Joyce Boyer Harold Mahler Clark Norblade Monte Nutt - ll Daniel Moore I 4,,. M dx! Winona Moor A elif A Olinda Odean Eugene Ortgiesen 2l2 X Qwogwxh, Y xi, ige-fg ' tx ' Q x X ,Q t S X x QN 2, 2, Vital' S ax., ' ..w,,.,77,,f,,-,..aw T-...,..,,.,.,. .... ,...--.fwfyr --mr . . X X Larry Lichti Bill Osten J w-we , awww., ' K U X P ,Q if G N z X X -' X ,.-N -. A A - -mx - YS f X Q, X X Floyd Peterson Karen Peterson 'fa 3.3- Vincent Phelps N ' 0, xr , N x. N QQ-Arwr .-1---.. X Sharon Phillips Rlchard Reynolds awww . Leora R1der 5 y?......... f "iii" Gary Rasmussen Frederlck Reed -S. 4. l - , . V- -V '- V " 5 X 4- - f b Qs 3,3 f ,L .H Marvm Blch I 1 Q , .f"'f W' - ' Q 22 J? - ' . ,gf james Rlchardson ig, , . , ' v' f- . Hz, H - 4-lyk, 1 ,Lv .4 W --: s P 1 Ma. f . , .gg W, ,N g i? . mm N -. .. t , ,M A h ye is ' Zigi ANU-4. .- J I. H h ,. ,,l Aff . -A 35-Q 4 15- 1 .W -1 1a,:12s.iza: N. A 'A so-ga " liisifzk --Q: sm, ,i1557Ei?3:C3.1.- .s-519.1::2fgSg1e.3. z- QE1f:1:155E::1u ' .mwygfg-gzqvyjfzz"V: J-in -m.:55:::y:,-. ,ggi u ,wiggliz P- fffQf31?+,ES?fm X333-5121113-'1'1-, , . .u -pffls-591924-2-:xL3gi,w riff' ' .1.Y1::-1r..1zs-'mr-.-.A r-231331, 'wf4f"" -' -V' 1-M., A .4 F-:S .J:- -.Alvin w--,.T::'- -' 'Ja M .'- wa-J -"" " - :whiff wf5Esl'1 ,-Q "1 f' ,az -nv . AT'-2621 w-5" ' fffq '+ -- 4y3g"Z-., Kathleen Regler ,334 E5,::555,r , gp' 1.5.1-',,-lg' ,T " Q' -' :Pg 'U ' If ','54'-wx. xx J '.' 'V 'D' I vpn ' ,' - wif' f-Ju -A9 -'Wi "rw '3"'J"f-' 'J' 'I -1"--"'5 '-xN"".'w . fsffflfiff'-'Z llldy Reiter -' A 213 Seniors Are Last Class f To Start To K.S. .., Teachers College "flh- Ralph Roland janet Rosenberg Nil Lany Routh Barbara Russell Margaret Schultz Gladys Schutz -S- fx., Wu...- ' 'I ' ' l'l" Gloria Shaffer fs, X 1 --fr Glen Sawyer Carol Schafer Thelma Scott Doreen Sebelius 'is "Ve-vn... Penny Schlager Donna Schmale Kenneth Sedlacek Q.,N. .' ,Q Q 1, 1- - .4r-'- ' I, . P , Norma Schmidt Mary Schulte "f3?W'1' px .. x rv 3 N . . W" a.. v f,Q ""' Judith Stine jerry Stoll Norma Stull Robert Swan Sheryl Sickels Larry Smith Grace Taplin james Taylor Miriam Smith Marlene Snyder Sandra Thompsen Glenwood Tiessen Larry Soloman Io Stadler Barbara Trumble Franz Trumler N'f"fN-'X 7? -vw.. ' walls, - Y , - 2 rm au- 2 'zu' , m 3 K " 4 X hr ., -spa, .. Q' S EL- , Y , x x S: wq-19' s g: ww 5, S 2 an V favs" . 'fp ' .1 .S 5 ' Y 'Ia -- ' ' '95 ' "x..'3 N---.4 1 I 1 1 .. ' -as , 9,932 Q'-9 , N v? Ikpe Udoia H. A. Ulrichson Walter Miuges 1 Sandra XValters Sharon Van Hom Delmer Van Lengen Larry Wells David VVeher Charles V arvel Paula Vernon jean We-sterheck Larry Wheeler 4. '.,' C, , v.,k.,?f"' .r , . ff' ff 4, M253 af ? E 4 Wim , L 1 in - 4 YVayne Vlall Pnlric-ia XVaguer 'Uv Robert XVhitehouse George Wfhitney Elmer VVall Nancy Wall . M W I A ,W 1' 52,0 'E X 1 5 , G! 4 114 f 4 4265 'WZ Illlllll X .A of Y lg 6 Winer-W ' il 'r 4 ,1 33 Seniors Named To Who's Who Among Students Jerry Wise Judith XVitt Rf' -1. "' , ,.1,l-U9 2" X xy? I 11,1 ff: Josiah Woodward Marcia Wortman ff gf ,Z , , M if , ,gm f 1 f ' F aw, ':.::,:,,. V' 'J ..: ::. 2 - . -' -:ry .. ., MZ-if 11-31-2' va. , -f"5:-:ar ' K' .52 -23,-1 1 '::eza:.zz:f::,-.:f. 1: f f f iff f 1 ' ff 1 f f 'G gi 544 .-,M ,s:,.,1a-f-:+y,,2b- - A 45.2225329-fzswffef.-1'-V 1 'ff 1 , Q.. ,, , , ,Z 1 f f 1 9 4132! 4 a ' 9 , 111535950 , 'f 4 1,9-.es 141 ,f'fw,,,,c4,:,c , f f 4 4 Paul Wice Daniel Wilcox David Yost Lynn Youngqnist Anna Williams Fredei idx VVx1han1s Rodncy Youngquist Sheiyl Zn lsko 'f ix . WEB' 1. fpob MM x- M-Q......," Dorothy VVilson Dennis Van VVinkle 'uo1....w Imo Z1ll1g Lcslee Zook T ,r ,ffzg i V , I .. l gl T " V -f I I Receiving congratulations from President Milton J. Hassel is Jim Hansen. Hansen and 93 others received B.A. or M.A. de- grees at the first winter Commencement on Jan. 27. An expected 200 were to receive degrees in May. judy Anderson Larry Are-hart judy Easterday Carol Remaly Harry Strohmeyer Maurice May Frances Slay Doris Phelps Graduate Students Judith Beveridge V .W 7 , ..!ff2w.2vH f Www.--4-, file L- f J?" ., Stan Dygas .M , 'gig-Mfg I rv ,, ' ffffvlfqp, James Bayer .- aff. V Don Rgckafellow N-f.,,,h Dale Rohde jarold Scanlon 219 I""' VN 2' I' Q' ' 'UNL -J"" y .wfpdh ' x 'S-. ,. 9 1 5 f 2 1 F Juniors jack Wolfe President 7, 4' ,V , ,4 1, A, ,Q , 4, 'x elts ' Carol Ewers L Secretary-Treasurer 'K lack Wolfe George Abraham Janice Anderson Darryl Andrews Linda Arehart Dee Bantam Roger Beattie Loveen Brahmstedt Bob Behrens Gary Benson Joyce Binegar Iudy Blecher Shirley Black Dean Bragg Jim Broberg Don Broughton Sandy Broer Vicki Broxton Lawrence Burman Pam Burks Verdena Butolph Patricia Casper Doug Caldwell Carol Carlson Susan Carroll Cary Cederburg Rene Pfeil joanne Childerson Pat Chavanu Dave Christensen Kristy Cottrell Curtis Cole Darlene Comer William Conner Bernard Criflield Marge Cross Kathleen Cunningham Caroline Covey Peg Davis Pat Debban Moe Deines Tom Delaney Dixie Denman Myron Deterding Sue Divan Ruth Donovan Irene Duey Betty Ebmeier Beverly Edson Chosen Junior Prexy V 3 f.3 gk 3 A A , ,4,, tr ' , f ?' 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Sarah Kinish Sue Kelsch Carroll Kinnainau Alfred Klaasmeyer Vernon Knapp Gilbert Koch Duane Kuhnel Cheryl Lauer Dick Lewandowski George Lockhart Phyllis Loy Richard Losey Dick Luebbe Claudette Lum Florence Lunkwitz Karolyn Lynch Grace McGinnis Roger McMillan Bruce Martin Charles Mason Nlerlin Moyer Wilber Medberry judy Melia Gary Mierau Bill Miller jolynn Miller Gail Mills Dixie Mizner Dixie Mosley Z 1:22 , rm rl ff X f if , . ' f W, if 1 1 Ck wi" ez- i . '5 4- "l" f V' ,5?w'Q5 " J' wrt I' V- K' ."Ns-f N 'ni' ,V , ,Q e. .. ag Food, food, food. Slaters observe their anniversary at Kearney State with a big buffet feed the first af' far' 5" is W- , A' ,, ,Z Q y u Q ' ' .V i, fx ' Q 5 var- N . , . V 47431, 4 -,,:,. X ff' l"v,,q,,,-f i1Z.:V:,. " AZ 2. 1: 1 . " . . "" 14114 1 . ' i - """ "-" f " H A ., 155' .Tn Iv,-Al '7 -1.1, ' " af. I V , X ' 527 , U, ' . A I . I W. . , aff' Q7 L am ' V i C fc f. ew ' " 4 . . 5 f . .. ',f:jQ,:i. . 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David Sherrerd james Sinsel Pam Sixel ' Cecilia Slingsby Deanna Slote Sandra Smets wif we' M if-1 33:2 2 ,, Linda Spellman Monte Standage Carry Steele jerry Stine Merlin Stuhr Bruce Stutzman Tom Sunderland Richard Teague Ernest Thayer Cheryl Thede Charles Theobald EEK' ' I X' Yi My 1 V wff X J 4 Q ' ,7 'Q' Ar f , ..!'tZ','3, K. 'Zz Y 4,- Dc-Loy Titkemeier 3 9 Virginia Trotter -,: " .V4 ' , V V , .anv f ' " "'i E Rebecca Tyler :E W -i.: K N ninv . a- .n 3 422' if 'W H Sonja Ulrich YQ-t 'I y ,. V - V it V-:L i Rebecca Ulrich ff 'n 4."' A X' Dennis Ummel l'l' I Belva Van Boening V I ' a ':1'e. he E 51- " ' ' The action on the court must be extremely interesting-or is if- if this instrumural score table scene is an indication. ----an A. .--L1 . aff:-: ,.- ,Cv 5131 3.1-1 .fa 22 .,r, 5 '32 :sr ea if " A A ' Q I -ff I I AK H K A h ti 4 .E A R FA Q. ,,,.,I J A -. I ml My . Z , EL V y ' ' e- ' W f M . Qf?'f3 L . f 1 ,L - A1 3 .. ,' Q fe l, V. ' ' A" .-4 ' . x -A . 1" 44 V , - ,4 Q , may if -Q4 ,,' V, 22 Wilda Vanarsdall Loren Vian Betty Volkman Carole WVade Honora Wadernan Judy Wagner jane Wahl janet VVait Carolyn Walker Duane Wall Jacqueline Walter James Weddel Linda Weeks Roger Wheeler Michael WVhetstone Mary White Mary Lou Wilson Marianna Wimberley jack Wolfe Cheryl Wood Mel Worden Merlin VVright Sue Zikmund Edward Catlett Dave Bowman, president of Tri Beta, waits for the rest of the members to arrive so that the meeting can begin. Juniors loin Others in Campus Frivolities feb!! ..1L:: ' bw: " W N EQ l57LWl4,0 53? fy' Bob McClara either donated his eyes to the eye bank or got that free cup of coffee at the Lions Club booth in the Union in March. 1 11 Members of the concert band watch their boss Mr. Donald Stanley as they play prior to the Hastings contest. And these men were leaders???? Bill Maggiacomo proudly shows off his rubber plant while John Peterson and Jack Wolfe "ham" it up, 22 Sophomores Judy Tollefsen Carol Frederick Dave Kimmel Secretary-Treasurer Vice President 1 President 'TX 2 z X . E , L IXQSJLXQKW . A Q! -Z 'pr 1 .,...,.,x ,- ,vp ,...,,.., mwwuu- . --4 ..w..f if .R X ps.-Hs Ti janet Abood Marietta Adam james R. Adams Ray Ahrens Carole Alberts Charlotte Alloway Clayton Anderson Sharon Anderson Wanda Axmann Rebecca Baker Richard Baker Linda Ball Larry Banks Delores Bauer Robert Bauer Robert Bauer Bonita Dotson Crant Lee Beck Susan Bencken Carol Benson Paul Bienhoif Christine Billings David Blake Roger Blecher Frances Blincow Cayleen Blinkenstaff Vance Boelts Marlene Bort Vincent Boudreau Roger Bratten Bradley Brauer Roy Bradshaw Ronald Brewer Karen Brock Michael Brosius Bill Brown Ir. Marilyn Brunke Cheryl Briggs Vera Burge Patty jo Bye Jerome Cailey Returning Sophomores Aim for College Goals L b y 3 I A ,Q V' eh X, V ,.,. . . 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Robvrt Cargill Sharron Carson Donna Cash Betty Casper Connie Cass Elizalncth Christen Barbara Christensen Ronald Clark Regina Clinch Alfred Ciani Elda Coburn Anno Coffey Cary Connell Dennis Cornelius Daniel Costello Cannon Coslor Linda Craig Randall Cromer Nlerrill Crandall .Indy Cranmore Dorothy Kroll jerry Cronk Carole Cushing Dr-nnis Deincs David Dctiner Nlilford Doell Larry Dahlstedt Sandra Davis Donald Doyle lv 1 A, 4 9- V-rr rfziyfizzfrv -lf: wg , go ' M-ze . x ' ....... 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This Cam. ment is heard hundreds of times each day as Staters relax in the snack bar, 232 as.:ss.s..-......',e 5 if' .Z 4 W T Lyle Gearhart Carol Gehring Fred Gerhardt jerry Glass Ferde Goings Gary Gragson jack Green jay Green Linda Grillith Walt Griffiths Sara Grovas Paul Grundmann Kay G'Schwind jim Guthmann Beverly Gustafson Linda Halbgewachs Barb Haller Linda Ham Susan Ham Dave Hammond Susan Haney Don Hansen Phillip Hansen Janine Hanthorn Barbrara Harbert Marilyn Harder Mary Harder john Hardwick Ardel Harger Ed Harlan Lf William Harms Kurt Harrison Harry Cross Randall Hash Connie Hasty Robert Harvey Colleen Hays Elaine Heapy Peggy Hearge Sue Helmick Judy Hiatt Sheila Hendricksen Michael Herbert Connie Hesselgesser Miriam Hickman Virginia Hill Betty Hilty Rod Hiser Shirley Hoening Sue Hoffka Karleen Hoffer Jeannie Holliday James Hollister Margene Holtz Anna Howard Erwin Huffman Jean Hummel James Hunt Terry Hunt John Hurt Lee Jacobsen Linda James James Janski Verlin Janssen Neal Jennings Kathleen Jensen Cheryl Jess Judy Jess Dave Johnson Martha Johnson Steve Johnson Glen Jones Marsha Jones Carolyn Kappel Theodore Karre Alan Katzberg Rodney Karsten Betty Kaslon ' . 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I ,z Neil Kaup Nlary jo Kelly Nancy Kenyon .lmnes Kinder Dave Kimmel Dan Kinney Beverly Kirchoff Laura Kirkland Kenneth Klaasrneyer Gerhard Knehans Perle Koch Harold Korb Marlene Kriha Randall Kriski Lambert Krolokowski Pamela Krueger Marcia Krug Dennis Krutsinger Barbara Kucera Richard Kudrna Bonnita Kuehl Thomas La Bute Scott Laird john Lakey Don LaMay Steve Lancaster Twila Larsen Theone Larson Harland Layher Carol Leiniger Dorothy Levy Duane Lewis Yerlyn Lll-leureux Linda Lincoln Cordon Lindvall Earl Linn Kathy Lochenvitz Cary Lauer Marilyn Luther julie Madison llolierta Klankin janet Nlarkus Carolyn Martin NVyona Martin Anne Matuschin jim Maul Doris McConville Lynne McCue Gale McDonald jim McKee Gayle McKeevey Dale Melia Alvin Meredith Kenneth Mercer jane Miller jerry Miller Larry Miller Hugh Miner Cheryl Mintken Susan Moates Mary Mock Arlyn Montgomery Patricia Morgan Cenieve S. Morris Cordon Muirhead Gerald Murphy Karen Myers Lee Nelsen jo Ninegar Donna Nordhausen Barry Nowak Cathryn Olson Marcia Olson janet Orcutt Kathryn Orvis Carolyn Ough Sandra Ourada Richard Oxley ,?wm .Wj - ',,.,- W' TL" . -' 1 y.- 'K . . W E: N 11. avv'J ,iv .f Xa, gfvg' 1,3113 ,f.'g1.q 1' X-fl 'U , M , my fl - if . Q: to ' f 5- 53 f- . : e -ff.. A ' ' " , os gf """" cj , ' 1, I lf s-....., "i"""' ' 1-,f-A 9 -' ' - .li ,lv w ',2 S Q. 0 . 1. , .mwr1""" 4+ H, ' fait-', Q f 1 A 'ftww fm f Arias 44' 510' ,f Myra, ' ' a 1 i ' . :Q m f f of 4' ,. if .as I ,ffQl i.v,-A -, gl -,..:,,5, p A '-a f t-f-a s -e ,Q ,,- ' , , , ,...w,.. Q2 , ,..:,:g' Z 5 25 My CSC 5562 F , ' fi G lane! ii'e Craig ia,e :v- - "'i ,ft? W Mwgw 1 1 ' f Who's to get this leather purse inch by inch, day by day, work is continuous on crafts projects. .fggrg.,-,.F"- - I 31' ,. f ,, y A 5, . 159 . Q' , , D .,.u bf ,ggi 4 1-vig., f,-ff A W , 4 hi , Q20 Pm W' '-, f+..,- xx wp- .... t f I 44'-.9 A ., f, A ft' aw U, , if , , -a,?e 'yi- f if-' . -' O. l., Q 'P 'A i Q. K www " , 1,1 .id"'2- , wt W , r 1 2 . ' , ,Y rk 5 In Q-' ' ' vs' I 1-ii" ,, Ila n 'P sf 3 1 N WNRWMK Q, skk. NN swam. 2 A fi Nope' Its not o reflection pool. It's the fountain in the greenhouse. N I . any 5 4 ' ' " V 1.5 . in ' - 'N 4 ' "K "' -' 'X vw lf- 'JIS' ,, 152. - " ' A 0+-. ml: ' 'zl 'EYPW , ii! I f ,, . P gy A, Q ff- ,L 'I .T -,- ::,., mf , ' '7 f 1 Q u v if A 2 " '4 -. , , 1 "Wi:-Zfl3:"'::::' V 'I .gl ,V -::- I , ' f'., :i A, g at ,. ws - ,Q ' 1, ' I . 3 W Q eff' "5 if -- -- ' 2 , , ff , 'a " ,:':' . 1' z ,. . ia f ' 7 A P ,io, , 1 9 l '-v if ' I um 4,.' gtg , gg Y of I 3, - Q , if H, J I I A . Mary Pankonin Linden DeFreece Jan Peterson Judy Peterson Marilyn Peterson Judy Fanning Judy Phares Kala Phillips Ed Pieters Bruce Piller Gary Pinger Laurie Poppe Connie Powers Delbert Prindle Corliss Pitchard Donald Prososki Miriam Quadhamer' Diana Rasmussen Jan Rathbun Claude Marion Reed Jane Reed Randy Reese Wayne Rieclcer Joan Ritz James Ritz Pete Romanoff Micky Roth F ran Rupprecht Roger Russell Sue Russell J' dr 'f I' George Ryan Andrea Sampson Denise Sanders Kay Sanders Sandra Sandstrom 'Warren Sanger Lyle B. Shafer Barbara Schmidt Kay Schopp Arvene Schultz Sandra Schultz Lee Schweizer Ronald Sears Carol Sederberg Don Seim Richard Shafer Bruce Sherman Constance Shivers Sharon Shovlain Phyllis Showers jan Sindt jill Smith , Dianne Soll Keith Staehr Norma Stahla Dana Steadman Linda Steele Galen Stemer LeRoy Stute Sharton Stine 2+ S 'M 1 " l wiki f l 5 9 4. 'i flzs fl -R F . . V- A ' wi L r I 'wx N 42:1 , 4 E E4 1 wilvigf, '91 'Q L ,1 - .fr M, ,af N I , v jun- ?j lx M at V ' , ' af . N, 1- A -2.1 ' 1 ' 11.4 Z.. , ,, " 1' 11+-.. 43 V. 54 J r 15, if ' ,iw Mm ,..,, 5 ,V ,A 1 fl' ' V A , .fV.- Q, " at W -' .' "" ' ,Q ,. ,... var., V .Q 1 gf R Ai--A 1: tn V" ' , 9' V I , V -f' 5' - . V .',l:::f"3E Q - , 3 J , r, '14-i'1 3 -fir " W "Say operator, my party's number doesn't answer." A popular place every night is the phone booth in the Union. , . 13',iT:"f in .4 46755 . ,,A, " ff ? 4' t Nw 0 " , , ,g ' me . Q kj : ,'-5 'iff ,Q .- 4. " ,f ? 'lg " 234 -,, . , . , r at 5 lg: " F 'V 'N V' ijlff , f 4 , -. E ax. , if ,L QTY it R D J 'LQ an Abi Hi ' 5' 3? ss gr ' ' ' :W zf A L- 1 5-K 5 J- J, V " , f gf- ' . 1 - N , . , .'fw1' Y if N ' '12- ' 'ji . . - . '1v',fQw . A t ' I f-fkjf 35535 3 'R' Jim- xg 5 4' 'Iv -ji ,gp ., - .4--" - no N.. .3 fs, t 43.-n I 55 f A 'ro 'I '95 . 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Thomas Craig Thompson Lorraine Tonniges Andrea Tranmer Lanny Travis Wayne Trueman Duane Tucker Peggy Trurnble Jan Uhrich Jerry Ulrich Asuquo Umoren Joe Vapp Lynda Varney Robert V okoun Martha Volskis Larry Voorhees Candy Vought Dana VVade John Wadsworth Jon F. VVahl Judy Walker Jeannie VVall Richard Waller Dennis WVallin Richard Walter Barbara Waltemath Jenelle Watts Paula Weber Karen Weers Pat Wenzl James L. Wells Carolee Werner Carol Wescott Joan Whisler Dan Wieseman Gilbert Wilcox Lzury Wilcox Kathryn WVilliarns Ron Williams Linda VVisdom Sharon VVo0d jackie Woodward Calvin Worden jack Yarrington Leona Young Phyllis Young Thomas Youngquist Mary Zabawa Vincent Zavala Catherine Zavgren james Zeleski junior Anderson I oy jones Jerry Styskal Robert Sell Douglas Zikmund Alfred Zuege -fm-... WAY e i 6- ff- M K i r f' ,kiwi .- rp. 2 wus ?'X Ehhii A wat I Ala Y 1 nik- 'I me 4 i. ,,, an . ' 4 fm' . XXV , .51 1 gs , ,i 4 .9 , ,...... ., ., I i :I-fy A Lg , 0h lt can't be closed, not again." These words were heard with too much frequency this year as the record enrollment caused a shortage of chairs in many classes. Many 3:30 and 4:30 sections were added. 0 ll' . Q5 ' h Q- 3 . v7 fi . 172 . K '21 . Q, e . V- , 3 , , f, -,- ' . Q T . , 1, . I' 5- iq 19 lisjfcr' W 4 'f he H. ,. 1. 'V 'xi' gr fi S 1... Y 9, Qi Terry Ferguson 239 f' 'wx ,,f ,.- -V i - .f'N 'i"',,..- sis-S-v,,..., v -Q -,J -LQ., -1, 1... -L Q f' 'S g-,f '-g,,.,,.,,f ,..," .1 ..--f" X.,-,4- SN.-fl' AF N " , Aa Freshme Duane Eu er Vice President John Dunn President Betty Powers Secretary-Treasurer IC? fif- gl 4 Jpl' v . if li ii . 31 Q6 1. 3 . John Dunn, Kearney, Heads Fresh Randall Abelbeck Lana Abrams Ioan Absalon David Adams Terry Adams Carol Alberts Hope Albin Sandra Albin Sherry Aldrich Lizabeth Alm Ellen Amstuz Dennis Andariese Bill Andersen Delores Anderson Gayleen Anderson Kathleen Anderson Lawrence Anderson Linda Anderson Lynnette Anderson Marlene Anderson Michael Anderson Roger Anderson Sherrill Anderson Steven Anderson Monica Ayoub William Ayres David Baack Donna Baer Marcia Bailey Darlene Bain Thomas Bake Anne Baldwin Kenneth Ballagh Donald Bancroft Margaret Banks Wanda Barkmeier Wilma Barkmeier Judith Barnes Lorrin Barth Kenneth Bassett Mary Bates Gerald B-ayley Lonnie Beach Steve Beadle Richard Beclcius Robert Berlie Donna Bemdt Karen Bemdt Richard Bess Judy Bettger Marilyn Bieck Larry Bird Steven Bishop Martha Bittfield John Blattner Lois Bloomfield Rosemary Bode Patricia Bohl Patricia Bonifas Marilyn Bonsack William Borges Donnye Bowden Bruce Bown Lona Bowie it -I: N as r ' w. 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M. fiat' 443 j 242 Ianis Brammeier Ioan Brandt Sandra Brandt Dennis Brewer Jerry Brewer Corliss Britton Iohn Brogan Bob Brophy Richard Bratten Clifford Brock Catherine Brown Deanna Brown Linda Brown Richard Brule Linda Buettner Duaine Bullock Carol Burgess Lloyd Burton Diane Buss Neil Butler Gregory Buttell Bruce Butterworth Cathryn Cacek XVanda Campbell Douglas Caldwell Diane Carlsgaard john Carlson Marsha Carlson Theresa Carlson Lynn Carmichael Marva Carpenter Sheryl Carter Dean Cash Iudith Cassidy Loretta Cecava Dale Chandler Terry Chandler Brenda Chapman Sandra Chloupek Deborah Chr-istense' Clyde Church Allan Clampitt Patricia Clark Marilyn Clay Shelia Clement Gloria Clinch Gloria Coady R. Don Coatman Janet Coble Charlotte Coffey Ianet Coffey Cheryl Coley Gerald Collingham Mary Connelly Janice Conway Patsy Corbit Steven Corey Nlonalisa Cornelius Ronald Cosman Bob Coulter Nlary Coufal Dorothy Creason Robert Creighton Brenda Cronin j fx , 1 s FTW no V A J x Xlr More than 3,500 visited the annual Craftsman's Fair last may. Most looked at this hand made bed with a television set behind the pillows. More than 1700 register to set freshman record John Crook James Crosland Linda Cross James Crumly John Crumly Imogine Cunningham Dennis Daake John Daake Mary Dahms Patricia Dale Linda Daly Richard Darby Sally Davidson Stephen Davis Susan Dean Bruce Deines James Delp Delwin Beck Dennis Den' Judith Dethlefs XVoodrow Dillman Charles Dillon Gail Dishman Nancy Divis Nancy Dobbcrstein Duane Donaldson Verda Dorn Dale Dowson Michele Dubas Dennis Dukesherer Evelyn Dunbar Vicky Dunbar Lonnie Duling Jim Lee Dunkin Patricia Dunn Thomas Eacker Cary Eckhardt Karen Eckhardt John Eckhout Randell Ecklioff X , s . .5 is lf K- R I . W sw Q s 1 le 'M WW -.x , il , f lf 'fi ':'-", 5 3 . 6- ,. , 'Q ' f ...nfl I X . .,,. , ,., XJYTM' I 1231- -L N i' ,swf 1,-:. -, , P' ws-. f- SMX Q F- Q ...fx .,., J 5 X . , ..,.. , J' 'A wi - ,. vii i -M - A I : v , -QC' K H .1 x ,f - -1 i t fy 'if 3. - -2, QQ if' , A Q W -' -- ew- .s M- ' new A D f,- Q. ,,,. 'ki' 4, 5' J lfvir ' Spla- Khlakxkwjasaggq, ,Q , A fi fiwfg, ' vi :.l:f::- - A Sv. " 'QV TQ Q V ww' er . fy eb 'PQGT ,X a-5, Q , ,.,,, I, ,js , 4 'M , HAR L .,.-- s ' w 1 5 , r X 4 'Y ew- i, 1 H X .Z ..f. 6, QW 41..' .ni ht. . l"r K y if-1 3 In -1 ' "' :L Y' .xf J' I- ,-ve Y va :J V i L. 1- 6 I 1 , , "Say, fellows, Gemini 7 isn't in orbit yet." Chamber of commerce prexy E. E. Chittenden, city mun- ager Ray Lundy, and Normal Boord member Jim Knapp await their turn to welcome new faculty. V ,- W 'va 1 4 ' '-433. 1 ...N ., V 1- "l . H, I . 6 an A 2 Ii. Y 2 , Q ' --5'-dig. .ne 5 . -,-my .- 'fini' f, Wwe.,-e?,6e .J -, 'K f my me. W f. ll li' in 3, " in . ,V an i Z' 3 iff f X 1 ig - I V fl -Z S' I ,A rf, .R ' ,f 1 xN , Q-.35 f 9 If- .- 1 , V ff:':f." ' l l -V ilfn ? I , ...l, I. 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Tamara Gilgen Margo Gilster Robert Clandt Ioan Glebe Iames Glenn Lucinda Glenn Cheryl Glunz Kathy Goble Twila Gocke Howard Gaffney Robert Gollner Gala jean Golter Kenneth Gonka Dennis Goodwater Dean Gosch Robert Gottsch Virginia Grabenstein Kathleen Graham Judith Green Dale Greger Ierry Griflith Harold Grimes Richard Gruber Edward Gilbreath Peggy Gunderson Harriet Gustafson Gene Haddix Marilyn Haifet Carol Halsey Betty Halstead Pamela Halvorson Norma Hamill Gary Hamsher Doyle Haney Jerry Hansen Ierry Hansen Milan Hansen Ronald Hansen Thomas Hansen Sharon Hansen Richard Hanssen lames Harder Larry Hardesty Virginia Harman Betsy Harms Deanna Harms julie Harris Teresa Harris Clarence Haumont David Hausman Steven Hayen Richard Hayes Lance Hehner jimmy Heyen Keith Heinrich Tom Heldenbrand Kp W' W' .N y X cs, as ga ,, 3 . ,M Y X I - 'P -- ' s, e R as Q: .,- fr Eg xqluf AQ ....,, N lx sr. -es fi ,tv XS? ..-,,:GA::-4-sf ,I A ., -Q: . -sy... 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Mercer Cheryl Meyer Iackie Meyer Kathy Meyer Michaela Mark lane Michaelsen Judy Miclclagh Larry Mikoloyck Sheryl Miille Bonnie Miller Brian Miller Elizabeth Miller Dale Miller Leonard Miller Linda Miller Rick Miller .lay Mitchell Jacqueline Mintling Mike Monahaugn Roger Moody Sharon Moran Mary Martin Marcene Moorney Connie Moore Colleen Moreau Maralee Morgan Pat Morin Billy Morlong Elizabeth Morrison Pillfltlil NIOITISOII Diana Morse Jennifer Moses Donna Mousel Randall Mauler Judy Muckel Forrest Mueller Daryl Munroe XVilliam Murphy Max Murray III Jeanette Naber David Neal XVarren Neal Alix Marie Nefzger Roger Neibart Susan Newcomb VVard Newcomb Elaine Newman Connie Nickelson Ruth Nicks Arlene Niehus Mary Niemoth Dominic Nila Joann Ninergar Thomas Noble Karen Noonan Leland Norman Richard Norskov Nancy Novosad Bob Nowazyk Lynn Nunnenkamp Tom Nutt lla Nutzman jerry R. Oates Virginia Ochoa Marilyn Ohlmann Timothy Olin Ellen Olsen Linda Olsen Mary Olsen Cindy Olson Dean Olson Dorothy Olson Elaine Olson Karen L. Olson Margene Olson Sandra Olson Connie Oltmanns Iames Omel Jin ondrak William Orcut-t Sheila O'Rourke Mary I. Osentowski Rich Osentowski Iucliann O'Shea Janice Osterbulu' Sandra Osterbullr Marlene Owens Linda Packwood Linda Palser Ian D. Parker Marilyn Parker Vicki Paprocki D. Joe Patterson Colleen Paxton Ronald Payne Richard Pedersen Karren Peeks Iames Peters Dolan Peterson Kent Petersen Bari Phillips Anita Pierson Marilyn Pirnie Carl Plants . lx Q . X X KS xx .X 0,9 S . u . .i , L.tL , ' so-. 5 ills si Y , Q., i , ,sr- " ' ---- r .s is ' ., ' 1. Jzg. 'Z "' aa- r 'i igfffi Z' ' -PCT" W :xi P' - . . I f -' kQi'EargZ" ..F':,wS' "3 ' V. ' .:x.- . .. was 152 ., , ' 'ii " 'ay X X., ff- J. :I : I H..-R i Jig. E L M x - - -. It.. mf D .SA .',' z xi. .i'.., .. Q i 5. 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Reed Larry Reeve Dennis Reiter Ruth Reiter Judy Rewerts Mary Ann Rewerts Richard Rehnberg Roselyn Reichert Neal Reicks Carolyn Reynolds lane Richards Ronald Richards lack Richardson Terry Richeson Lawrence Ripp Donna Robertson Dennis Reeder Linda Rogers Linna Rogers Milton Rogers Sue Rojeski Alan Roller Ronald Romatzke Delmar Rosenberry Larry Ross William Rutherford Kay Ryan Vemon Ryan Paul Saalfeld Beverly Sadler Delbert Sa.hn Linda Salisbury Gary Samuelson Kent Sandell Ellen Sanders Karen Sandstedt Nadine Sass Peg Slams Tom Schienost Lanny Schiessler Bruno Schlueter Engene Schmaljohn Norman Schmeekle Terrance Samuelson Eldon Schmidt Richard Schmidt Linda Schmidt Sallv Schmidt Evelyn Schmieding Sandra Schoneberg Norma Schroeder Kathy Schroer Donna Schuett Glenda Sehuett Kathleen Schuler James Schultz jane Schuman Allen Schwah Nancy Scofield Diana Scott Holi Seaman ,' A 1. . - an ,,, r, .x I 1 ' in ., G? in 4+ 1 ,r "' ,N ,MU -H , . bn, ' A V, , 95 r .au- .v' A gi 'Aff at .. i .1 A ' a ., ,Q All I 2 3, ,-A jA ', , - ff I Ig.. 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Colleen NVhite LaMoine White Daniel Widhalm Sue Anne Wiebe Alicia M. Wiese Sherrie Wiggins Sandie VVigham Joyce WVilder Linda J. VVildma Glenda WViles Linda VVilke Judith VVilken Glenn Willems Barbara Wilson Joseph NVilson Gloria Wingert Jim XVinter Dzurel XVissman Mary Wobeg Kelly VVood Donna Woods Craig Woodward Gloria Woolsey Terrance Wortma' Donna Wright Robert WVright Keith Yeackley Robert Yoder Linda Yost Pat Yost George Young Karyn Young Jon Zajicek Edward Zak Dale A. Zebert Donald Zikmund Don Zimbleman Stan Zimbleman Ellen Zimmerman Judy Zlomke Gary Haas Karen Kruse Sue Lake John Blue Alan Arent Kathy Brandt Lloyd Wilke 1 4 l -A.-.iii Marsha Lon Of more than 3,900 students who were enrolled at Kearney State during the 1965-66 school year, less than 1800 had their photographs taken for the 1966 Blue and Gold. If your friendis or neighboris picture is not included in these 60 pages of individual pictures, don't blame the staff- blame the person for not taking time to have his photograph taken-at no cost to him. 'PH' my fe: -fa-'N W-5q,,,.'f use g Iudy Thompson Charles Thompson Julie Roach Sharon Mnnnlein Members of the yearbook production class assisted with the "mug shot" pages and much credit for the compilation of these pages must go their way. There is an old saying which tells us that "too many cooks spoil the brothf' This may be the case in this section of your Blue and Cold as the continuity was not present as the editor was drafted midway through the school year. Jerry Wise, Kappa Pi art exhibit chairman, checks o nearly completed painting by Jon Cal- houn. 257 Men'S Hall 4.41 thorn, Jill Smith. 'wg :tif 17 Q17 ,S 1 li flu 0 K9 9 'afseyi' 'J X if a..,f.."a2 2 lSl'andingl: Sue Russell, Marsha Spells, Charlotte Alloway, Jan Palmer, Bev Kirchkoff, Elaine Triplett. lseafedl: Barbara Kucera, Mrs. Lang, Janine Han- Everett L. Randall Hall l V may... , . i- aww ' x.:fm3f,m,,-1, ,,Q.,yf.1 -A -I lBack fowl: Gary Piper, Jim Grapes, Jim Tschepl, Dallas Haring, Steele. lfronl' fowl: Gary Malone, Mrs. Tripletl, Walt Griffiths. Q ,.,..,,,, ' we rm K Quay 1 3- 6 . en Moomey. fsecond rowl: Richard Stoll, Pat Wenzl, Bill Steffensen, Jim Guthman, Gary 473 Case Hall , 'f fStandingJ: Joan Ritz, Judy Phares, Darlene Koch, Donna Anderson lhousemotherl, Mrs. Brown lassistant house- Cash, Carol Westcott. fseatedl: Carol Frederick, Mrs, motherl, Linda Atkinson. Carrie E. Ludden Hall f lStandingl: Penny French, Marilyn Bonsack, Belva VanBoening. Cseatedl: Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Thompson, Cathy Olson. lStandingl: Mrs. Mitchell, Mary Sue Bienhoff, Bev Gustafson, Carol Leininger, Mrs. Thompson lhousemotherl. lseatedlz Bertie Mankin, Micki Roth, Susan Hamm. 259 'bv f ' S Si, Jill Stevens, Mrs, Jennie Deselms ihousemotherh, Mary Gibson, Mrs. Reva Brown, Carol Gehring, Diane Soll, Lela McCall, Diane Bantam. George E. Martin Hall Laura Kirkland, Marcia Buchanan, Sharon Fitzke, Pat Wallace. Marcia Buchanan, Sandi Halen, Janet Steinke. 1 v l xNX 2 60 nie Conrad Hall E 3 5 3 7' f IQ,-,K B' a 1 ' 1 . 45' U s, 1.4 W . J.. -MW -X3:i.,Zi: .s . ' , J- . , ,Q-::,::L ,F 4- J - ' ' A 1 w , raw? lSl'andingJ: Judy Estes, Janet Sindt. lseatedl: Carolyn Covey, Barbara Gunn, Mrs. Sara Wurth lhousemotherl, Sandy Broer. H. G. Stout Hall lstandingl Bill Maggiacomo, Randy Rasmussen, Jack Wolfe, Mike Vetter, Arlyn Montgomery, John Peterson. fSeatedl Mrs. Curry, David Bow- man, Roger McMillan. Lyle E. Mantor Hall Mrs. Opal Curry, who has been house mother at Stout Hall since it opened in l957, will retire next year. Officers Dave Bowman and Roger McMillan have assisted her this year. MANTOR HALL STUDENT ASSIST- ANTS: lBack Rowl Jack Ehler, Steve Pitkin, Ed Harlan, Ron Brewer, Terry Hunt, Bob Faustman, lSecond Rowl: Dove Funk, Jim Palmer, Lee Jacobsen, Bob Peaks, Ernie Thayer, Bob Beaver. lFront Rowj: Larry Banks, Lannie Moore, Mrs. Thurston, Gary Camp, Mr. O'Leary, Mrs. O'Leary, Al Ciani, Larry Routh, Rod Heiser, Harold Kolb, Terrel Hanshew. 261 . 'x X .. .Q ' I , ' 2 ! U x 3- Q 1 hx 1 ' ' f. , 'l .-f' fit tx-W X , ,X -,nf l .,l ' fir x S l 4 f fu 4 i Q:-gh Duane Kuhnel, champion oaol shark at KSC receives his first prize SlS cue from Judy Christensen. Editors Catch All Scenes From Kearney State That Help Tell x . i Typical scenes on campus the year around. Science students await the speaker of the day - in this case a guest speaker at a Tri-Beta meeting. Many men are getting in shape for that army life, that is, hurry up and wait. , ,t s a s i ., ,,., ,filly f V. 1 tk 1 , ' ' A f 1 , I Year s Story There were three winners in the speech 200 contest. From nearly 800 enrolled in the beginning speech course, a speak oft produced these winners - Sandra Albin, thirdg Kay Wcister, secondg Gloria Wingert, Champion. 262 One ot the many visitors who stopped to see Kearney State students was U.S. Senator Roman K. Hruska. Here Larry Hansen gets in a word Kprobably Democratic? in a reception line in the Nebraskan. , wi gui KEARNEY STATE COLLEGE KEARNEY, NEBRASKA Director of Publicity And Alumni AfFairs March '26 , 1966 Your l966 Blue and Gold is an unusual book. As you studied it, it is certain that you noticed some different and contrasting styles of pictures, writeups, and layouts. Dick Hodtwalker last year was selected editor of the l966 Blue and Gold. He worked on the book until after Christmas vacation when he was inducted into the Army. As this is being written, he is at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri undergoing basic training. At this time, none of the students on the staff had time or inclination to take over Dick's job. Therefore, the advisor, with the assistance of the staff completed the book. We are sure you can ascertain the pages the two groups worked on, but we hope you will understand the reason for the big changes. There are portions of the year's activities that we missed entirely, and some will feel slighted. On the other hand, some parts of the college life at Kearney State have received more coverage than before. Thanks must be given to Dick and his wife Elizabeth for their work on the book before Dick was drafted. Other accolades should go to the following: Roy Kociemba, Greek editor, Steve Delay, sports editor, Bob Shanks, photographer, members of the journalism production class, organization sponsors and presidents who made arrangements for photographs, and to Alice Cornford for typing and identifying pictures Business manager Leslie Hausmann was absent half of the final semester student teaching. As a result, other staff members conducted the sales campaign during the second semester. Again, my personal appreciation to all who worked as staff members and others who assisted with this year's edition. Thanks especially to Dick Hodtwalker for his first semester editorship. May you enjoy the l966 Blue and Gold as much as we did working on it. if If f a ff J Z URGANIZKHONS Alpha Phi .....,..........,,.. ........ Aloha Psi OIJJKJKXI ......,, ..... Alpha T.111 011111211 .... ,,,..... Alplri Xi Delta ,,,....... . ......... .....- - - Antelope ..,...................,............ .------- Associated 11'omen Students Bands . ,,.,.........,.,........w. ..Y.Y,,..,,, .,., . Baseluall .....,.. ,.,....... . . .... .. Baslietball ,..,,.... Beta Beta Beta ..,, . Blue ck Gold ,,,,, .. Brass Choir ...,........ Canterbiiry Club ,.,, Cl1i 0111eg.1 .,..,.,.,, C11eerle11ders ,,,,, Choir ...,.......... Choraleers ,,,,.,,,Y... Cross Country ,,,1., Delta 0micron . Delta Zeta ,..1,, Freshmen Football ,,.,,.,...,,, C11111111L1 Delta ...,.. Cd11'l111L1 Pl1i Beta ,,,.,,. Geogr11pl1y Club v,........,. Golf ...,...........,..........,..,,,. Home Economics Club .1,,,.. Ikarus ,,,,,,,......,,,.......,....... Industrial Arts Club . ..... . Inter Fratemity Council ...,... Inter Religious Council ...... I1 CF .,.........,........,....,,,,., Juniors .........,.,,.,,..,..,.,., K Club ,,,,....,,,,....... Kappa Delta Pi ..,... Kappa Mu Epsilon . Kappa Omicron Phi Kappa Pi ,..1.,, ...........,,,,., KO1'F ....,,,,,....,.,.,............... Lambda Delta Lambda ..... LSA .. ......,,,.......,........ .v., . . MENC ..,..................,.... 1Ien's League ,,,. Mu Epsilon Nu .. X61K'l11L1l1 Club ,,,. Orchestra ....,..., Panhellenic ..,,..,,.. PEMXI .......,........... Pi Beta Lambda ,,,,1 Pi Gam111a 3111 ,.,. Phi R111 Alpha ,,,. Phi Phi Phi .,.......... Phi Kappa Tau ,.,,1,,1, Pi Delta Epsilon ....,, 160 122 166 156 103 96 51 88 68 119 102 53 141 154 100 53 50 66 129 162 240 58 140 150 112 86 114 113 110 148 137 138 220 108 125 127 121 120 104 128 139 132 98 ........117 142 49 ........149 ........134 136 ........101 ........130 172 184 .....,..126 Pi Delta Phi ,,,,.,,..., 131 Pi Kappa Delta ..,.. ........ 1 23 Pi Omega Pi ,,....... ...,,.... .,..,.,, 1 I 8 Rodeo Club ...............,,.,,,.......... .,...... 1 ll Roger 11'illiams Fellowship .,1,,,, ,..,..,. 1 44 Seruors .,.....,.,...,.............1.. Sigma Phi Epsilon ..... ..,,.. Sigma Tau Delta .111.. Sigma Tau Ca111r11a .,.,,, Sophomores ............... Student Council ...,, SLAC ........,.... S1vi111111ing Tennis ,,.,.....,. Theta Chi ,,,,., Tl1et,1 Xi .... LJCCF 1..... ,,,,1, 11'agor1f:f-rs ,,,,, r,A,,,, 11'csley Fellowship .... 11'i11d E1'lSf.'1'I1lJlf4 ..... J-Xvllflli 11110 ,.,,,,.. 11'rf--tling ., X1 P111 ,,,,...,1,,,,,,,,, Young Dr-mocrats YVJHYIQ Rep11l1licar1s FACULTY Milton llassf-l ,,,,. Dwight C. Aclains . Lmiisff Adams ,,,,,,,, . llarolfl L. .'51l'll'!gl1Cl15 95 , ,.195 ........200 .,......168 ...,....12-1 .,......180 228 94 rf 76 87 ........178 ,,,..174 ........143 99 ...,.,..145 52 ........196 74 .....,..116 ,.,..,,10o ,,,,,,,,106 12 ........189 ,.. ...191 Index Stephen L. Archer Joan Bailey ,,...., . Arthur Bates .,.. Eugene Beck .,.,,,, A. Steele Becker . E. H. Beclcnian .,.,,.. Betty L. Bethell ..... L. J. Bicalc ...,,,,,. Elmer C. Birney ..... Roy Blazer ..,.,.,,.,,.... Jol1n C. 117. Bliese George B1ocl1er ....... Harold L. Blostei11 Rolland Bowers ....,.. Duer S. Brady ....,.... Donald K. Briggs ..,.... Eugene S. Buck ....... Lydia E. Butler ,......... ....... Jack L. Campbell ..... 191 190 191 190 194 193 190 193 193 195 193 190 194 190 195 19 192 193 189 Kenneth F. Carlson ....... ....... l 92 Martin E. Carlson ...... ....... 1 94 Josepl1 Carroll .,.......,.... ....... 1 95 Richard D. Cloyed ....... ....... 1 95 Dwayne C. Cole .......... ....... 1 93 Harvey E. Cole .......... ....... 1 93 Robert R. Colling ......,. ....... 1 93 Harold C. Colony ..,... ....... 1 95 Irma Coombs ....,.,,.. 194 Leland Copeland .... ....... 1 90 Del Danlier ............... ....... 1 7 Harold B. Davis ........... ,...... 1 89 Raymond G. Davis ....... .....,. l 94 Miriam E. Drake .,..... ......, 1 95 Jacques Dubois ...... ....... 1 95 Robert D11 Fresne ...... ....... 1 89 Carl Easterbrook .,.,... ..,.... l 91 Maurine C. Eckloff ,...... ....... 1 91 Reinl1old J. Ehly ........,.. ,,..... 1 6 Maynard J. Enviclc .,..... ....,., 1 92 Kenneth Errett ........ ........ 1 92 Leona Mae Failor ,.... ,...... 1 89 Gerald Feese .......... Dayle G. Fitzke .... ........191 Charles H, Foster ,...,.. ......,. l 90 Donald E. Fox ........ J, Paul Fritton ..,....... .....,,.193 ....,...195 Edna L. Furness ....... ...,..,. 1 95 Paul Gaer ,.,,.,............. ..,. l 4 Delia M. Garrett ......,... ........ I 92 Frederick M. Gerhardt ...... ........ 1 90 Thomas Godfrey ,..,., .195 Ernest Grundy .........., ........ l 95 Edith M. Gunlicks ..., Hannes Hagspiel ...... Kathleen Hansen ..,.,, Robert D. Hauver .,.. David A. Heim ,,.... Ella M. Higgins ..,....1 Maurine E. Hofferber Harland L. Hoffman Harry H. Hoffman .... Myron L. Hol111 ...,.... Philip S. Holmgren .. Elmer Holzrichter .... J. H. Horner ............ Doyle Howitt ............ Karl A. Hughes ...,.... Richard 1V. Ikenberry Dale Ingram .............. Helen Rusco Istas ..,. Martha E. Jensen .... John R. Jenson ......,, Halvin S. Johnson .... Ray O. Jol1nson .,....... ..,.... Georgean Kamrath ..,.. Jack Karraker ,,.,.., John 1V. Kirk ...... Dorothy Klein ,,..... Marvin G. Knittel Evelith J. Kuecker Ole A. Kolstad ..., Floyd E. Krubeck John F. Kueclccr Robert Kunkel ,,.... L. M. Larsen ...... Robert L. Larson Ora 1'. Lindam ............ .....,, Leslie E. Livingston . ,,,,.,,. 192 . ,,,,,,,, 195 . ,,,,,,,, 190 .190 .193 .192 .192 .... ......., 1 95 . .,..... 195 . .,... 16 .194 .191 , 17 . 18 .189 .193 . 16 .195 . 20 .195 .189 .194 . 20 .191 .191 .195 .189 193 .192 .192 .193 .191 .193 .191 .192 .190 Keith Lowry ........ Douglas E. Lund .,,,, 1'Villian1 A. Lvnn ,......., Kaye Allen Mach ....... 1Vayne P. Marshall .... Sharon L. Mason .,,,,,,,.... Dorothy S. McArtl1ur . Michael G. McQuade . 117 arre11 B. Messman ...... Tracey R. Miller ........ Edward G. Monson ...,. George L. Morris ...... Mary Jo Morrow ......... Margaret A. Morton ...... Eugene Mullen ........... Theodora S. Nelson ..... 117illiam M. Nelson ..... Louis C. Ninegar ....... Clara Ockinga ......,......... Emmett L. 0,Leary ...,...,. ...,..,. Ann Elizabeth O,Quinn ..,.... ........ Myron L. Osterberg ......... Sara Jane Pean11an ....... John Person ........,. Jean M. Petitt .......... Hazel Pierce ............... James N. Pitzer .............. Vernon L. Plambeclc ...... Albert E. Poorman ..... Karl Pope .................. Earl E. Rademacher J. Annette Reed ...... Ralph Richards ..,.. Phyllis Roberts .......... Merwi11 G. Roeder R11tl1 L. Schini .......... Donald L. Schmidt R9.1'1TlOl"lCl J. Schmitz Raymond Schultze .....,. Maurice D. Sergeant F. M. simaa ............... Curtis B. Sien1ers .... Ruth Sisler ..........,,. Arnold Sivils ......,..... Aristides Sosa ...........,...,.. Marvin S. Spracklen Donald A. Stanley .... .. Bruce 117. Stewart .... .. Marvin Stone ,.,,,,,,,,,, Ivan Stones .....,.,,,.,.... Marvin R. Stovall' ....... Donald L. Stumpff .... Bernhard F. Stutheit .... 1Vilma Stutheit ........ .. Jack Lee Swanson ....... James A. Swanson ....... Robert D. Talbott ......, Donold E. Tewell .... .. Gaylord F. Thomas ..... Bert A. Thompson ....... Doris E. Timperley James E. Todd ........ Ruby A. 'Tripp ,,... Clayton E. True ...... Glen Underhill ..... O. T. Ventress ,,,,,.,...,,., 117111111111 R. 11'addle ..... Donovan L. 1Velch ...... Roland B. 1Velch ..... Hargis 1Vesterfield ..... 1Valter 1lVictor ...... . Gene 1Villcinson ,,.....,. L11ella A. 1Villiams .... . Joe D. 1Vi1lis ,....... Paul VVilmot ..,..,......... Helen 1Vin1berley .,........ 11'ilfred 111. 1Vortn1an ..... Rosalie A. 11'ozniak . Robert 117111. Young . Anne E. Evans Zarinnia Allen H. Zikmund .......... ........ STUDENTS Randall Abelback, 241 Janet Abood, 229 George Abraham, 221, 168 Lana Abrams, 241 .........191 .........191 ..,.,...,192 ......189 20 1192 .........194 .........192 .......,,195 ..,..,...192 .189 .191 .192 .195 .193 .189 .189 .192 .191 .194 .191 .191 .194 .195 .195 .191 .195 .193 .191 . 17 .190 .194 .195 .190 . 20 .194 .192 .191 .189 .189 . 18 . 18 .191 .195 .189 .191 .194 .193 15 ........ .189 ...... .. 14 ,189 .193 .193 .194 , 19 .191 20 20 15 .....,.,193 .........193 ........194 ........192 ........195 ........192 ........195 .,......195 ........195 192 190 189 192 194 191 192 194 190 Joan Ahsalon, 241 Bruce Ackerman, 172 Marietta Adam, 136 David Adams, 110, 241 James R. Adams, 111 Terry Adams, 241 Mel Aerni, 88 Ray Ahrens, 229 Carol Alberts, 241 Carole Alberts, 140, 229 Connie Albin, 53, 132, 241 Sandra Kay Albin, 241, 262 Sherry Aldrich, 241 Mary Allan, 114 Boyd Allison, 224 Charlotte Alloway, 52, 229, 258 Lizabeth Alm, 241 Cheryl Amend, 125, 201 Linda Amos, 133 Patricia Amyett, 157 Dennis Andariese, 241 Shirley Andersen, 201 VVilliam Andersen, 184 Andrea Anderson, 201 Carl Anderson, 67, 108, 229 Carol Anderson, 143 David Anderson, 167 Dennis Anderson, 180, 201 Caylenn Anderson, 52, 241 Kathleen Anderson, 138, 241 Junior Anderson, 175 Lois Anderson, 112, 201 Marlene Anderson, 241 Michael Anderson, 175, 241 Roger Anderson, 179 Ronald Anderson, 47 Sahron Anderson, 229 Sherrill Anderson, 241 Steven Anderson, 241 Darrell Andrew, 169 Larry Arehart, 201 Linda Arehart, 133, 221 David Arnold. 201 Geraldine Artz, 201 Darlene Ashley. 201 Marlene Ashley, 201 Dayid Aspegren, 62 Thomas Aspegren, 62, 47, 174, 201 Linda Atkinson, 101 125, 138, 201, 259 Judith Austin, 100, 150 VVanda Axmann, 101, 140, 229 Monica Ayoub, 134, 155 David Baack, 241 Dave Backes, 62, 173 Jerry Bady, 49 Donna Baer. 241 Judith Bahsen, 129 Jolm Bailey, 202 Marcia Bailey, 241 Darlene Bain, 241 Thomas Bake, 241 Rebecca Baker, 160, 229 Richard Baker, 229 Anne Baldwin. 95, 155, 241 Linda Ball, 96, 229 Kenneth Ballagh, 241 Donald Bancroft, 241 Larry Banks, 110, 112, 211, 229 Margaret Bansk, 241 DiAnna Bantam, 96, 99, 221, 260 XVanda Barkmeier, 201 Wilma Barkmeier, 241 Judith Barnes, 241 Roseann Barry, 160 Kenneth Bassett, 241 Margo Bassinger, 202 Dolores Bauer, 229 Ralph Bauer, 229 Robert D. Bauer, 229 Robert VV. Bauer, 229 NVilliam Bauhard, 127, 128 James Baumgartner, 173 Allan Baxter, 111 Gerald Bayley, 241 Lonnie Beach. 241 Steve Beadle. 241 Connie Bean, 114, 162 Robert Beaver, 110, 261 Carol Beck, 118, 136, 157 Richard Beckius, 241 Robert Behrens, 174 Ronald Behrens, 169 Helen Bengtson, 135 Sherry Benjamin, 114, 156 .. J' UPA, E Carol Benson, 229 Cary Benson, 221 Robert Berlie, 241 Donna Berndt, 241 Karen Berndt, 241 Douglas Beshore, 172 Richard Bess, 241 Judith Bettger. 241 Frances Beyl, 160 Marilyn Bieck, 241 Mary Bienhoff, 134, 136, 259 Paul Bienhoff, 229 Harold Biesecker, Jr., 65 Christine Billings, 149, 162, 229 Larry Bird, 241 Steven Bishop, 241 Martha Bittfield, 241 Shirley Black, 221 Charles Blaha, 119, 128 David Blake, 229 John Blattner, 167, 201 Judy Blecher, 221 Roger Blecher, 166, 229 John Bliese, 116, 123, 198, 199 Fran B1incow, 95, 131 Lanita Blincow, 145 Lois Bloomfield, 241 Loris Boahnan, 168 Jaime Boatright, 103 Rosemary Bode, 241 Vance Boelts, Jr., 178, 229 Kelly Boesen, 202 Patricia Bohl, 241 XVayne Boilesen, 202 Michael Bolan, 174 Allen Bolton, 174 Patricia Bonifas, 114, 241 Marilyn Bonsack, 114, 1236, 151, 241, 259 Virginia Borchers, 118 VVil1iam Borges, 2,41 Susan Borley, 99, 155 Marlene Bort, 229 Rodney Boss, 202 Curtis Bosselman, 178 Emmit Bosshamer, 88, 202 Kermit Bosshamer, 202 VVil1iam Boucher, 49, 52, 53 Vincent Boudreau, 50, 130, 229 Donnye Bowden, 241 Linda Bowden. 128, 202 Lona Bowie, 241 David Bowman, 47, 112, 119, 261 Bruce Bown, 241 Joyce Boyer, 212 Roy Bradshaw, 229 Robert Brady, 112, 118 Dean Bragg, 221 Loueen Brahmstedt, 135, 140, 221 Janis Brammeier, 114, 242 Joan Brandt, 242 Maris Brandt, 131, 149, 160 Sandra Brandt, 134, 242 Ca1'olyn Bratten, 202 Richard Bratten, 242 Roger Bratten, 128 Bradley Brauer, 50, 130, 184, 229 Alen Brecht, 103 Richard Brehm, 202 Dennis Brewer, 242 Jerry Brewer, 242 Ronald Brewer, 47, 108, 229, 266 Cheryl Briggs, 229 Corliss Britton, 242 James Broberg, 221 Clifford Brock, 65, 242 Karen Brock, 229 Sandra Broer, 221, 260 John Brogan, 173, 242 Ronald Brohman, 168 Robert Brophy, 242 Michael Brosius, 229 Donald Broughton, 47, 178, 221 Catherine Brown. 242 Deanna Brown, 114, 242 Dwayne Brown, 173 Linda Brown, 242 VVayne Brown, Jr., 148, 168 Vicki Broxton, 221 Richard Brule, 242 Marilyn Brunke, 114, 149, 157 Linda Blyan, 49, 50. 52. 129, 132 Marcia Buchanan, 122, 260 Buck, Jim, 62 Linda Buettner, 242 Ronald Buffington, 168 Duaine Bullock, 242 Kathleen Burch. 162 Leon Burge, 202 Vera Burge, 229 Carol Burgess, 242 Pamela Burks, 94, 118, 135. 221 Lawrence Burman, 128, 221 Barbara Btunham, 161 Cerald Burns. 111, 202 Leonard Burton, 119 Lloyd Burton. 143, 242 Sandra Bush, 50, 53 Diane Buss, 242 W7:J'W'sf3T?f'1'f'H7'4vw' f I gg. . 1 ' ,, . . Q - Lester Buss. 202 Berdena Butolph. 221 Gregory Buttell. 2-12 Bruce Butteryvorth. 2-12 Patty Bye. 155. 229 Betsy Byers. 160 Jerry Bymes. 1-18. 184 Cathryn Caeek. 242 Jerome Caffey. 17-1 Douglas Caldwell. 167 Robert Caldwell. 49. 52. 53. 130 Reva Callahan. 203 Gary Camp. 261 Lynn Caniplin, 103, 126, 203 Stephen Cardwell, 242 Robert Cargill. 138. 230 Diane Carlsgaarcl. 52, 2-12 Lynn Carlsgaard. 196 John Carlson. 2-12 Nlarsha Carlson. 2-12 Theresa Carlson. 242 Kenneth Carmann. 62, 6-1, 108, 175 Lynn Carmichael, 52, 2-12 Roland Cames. 9-1. 198 Xlarva Carpenter. 151 Susan Carroll. 221 Sharron Carson. 230 Bonnie Carter. 136 Gary Carter. 167 Dean Cash. 2-12 Donna Cash. 138. 230. 259 Br-tty Casper. 230 Patricia Casper. 11-1. 121, 221 Connie Cass. 96. 230 1Yaynf' Cassavaugh, 65 Judith Cassidy. 2-12 1Qc1xv.rrdCatlett. 130. 132 Loretta Cecava. 2-12 Cary Cr-:lc-rburfl. 180. 221 Jr lsr ph Cefalo. 62, 65 K'-nnetlr Chambers. -18 Dale Clnanrllfzr. 2-12 11-rry Chandler, 242 lin-ncla Chapman. 2-12 Shxrlfij. Chapman 15-1,2113 1'r11l'1f.1.r Cliayilnu, 221 Clyde Clrilulrrs. 166 Smrlrqr Chlfnmf k, ll-1, 242 lfilllf"5 121l'1'1V1"11'. 112 111114111111 Christ'-n, 230 lJ.u.i11fQ1.ristf-rm-i.. 169 D+ 1-frm C1iristf'nsr'n. 162 ljcrmjs f1lif1K1I'DsI T1 110 Cfralnl fjhristf-rw-ri 120 ,luflitlr f.l.risti no-n. '15, 125. 127. l-11. 1-1-'irrfn f,1fr1st'-n ri '57, 108 ffljml' Cli'irfl.,21 3--1 162, 262 A1frcdCiani, 50. 178, 230. 260 John C1abaugh,88, 101. 112. 117. 197, 203 Allan Clampitt, 2-12 Patricia Clark, 2-12 Ronald Clark, 173 Nlargaret Claspell. 121. 197. 203 Nlarilyn Clay. 11-1, 2-12 Sheila Clement. 11-1, 139, 2-12 Gloria Clinch, 161, 2-12 Jerome Clinch, 203 Regina Clinch, 230 Donald Coad, 174 Gloria Coady, 242 R. Don Coatman, 242 Janet Coble. 242 Elda Coburn, 230 Charlotte Coffey, 242 J. Anne Coffey, 229, 230 James Coffey. 62, 65 Janet Coffey. 242 Curtis Cole. 50. 52. 53, 111, 117 Cheryl Coley. 161, 242 Gerald Collingham. 65, 242 Darlene Comer. 114. 121 Nlary Connelly, 242 William Conner. 221 Janice Conway, 242 Niarvin Conyers. 108 Lynda Cook, 50 Jeanette Cool. -19. 50. 52 James Copeland, 168 Patsy Corbit. 2-12 Doris Corder, 125. 203 Steven Corey, 242 Dennis Cornelius, 230 Carmen Cosler, 162, 230 Ronald Cosman, 242 Daniel Costello. 32, 94, 148, 180. Connie Cottrell, 151 Kristi Cottrell, 221 Mary Coufal, 242 Bob Coulter. 242 Caroline Covey, 50, 112, 260 Kenneth Cox, 203 Linda Craig, 136, 230 Charles Cramer, 230 Judy Cranmore, 1-13 Dorothy Creason, 242 Robert Creighton. 167, 242 Bernard Crifficld, 221 Sara Crocker, 114 Karen Crockett, 154 Brenda Cronin. 242 Jerry Cronk. 65. 175, 230 John Crook, 243 Fenton Crookshank. 203 James Crosland, 243 1 130, 221 230 Harry Cross, 178, 179, 233 Linda Cross, 144 Margory Cross, 221 Lois Crouse, 125, 138 Patty Crouse, 134. 204 Maurice Crowley, 44 James Crumly, 65, 243 John Crumly, 243 Imogine Cunningham, 2113 Kathleen Cunningham, 114, 221, 160 David Cure. 112, 184 Gary Curry, 172 Gerald Curry, 44, 20-1 Robert Curtright, 172 Carole Cushing, 52, 53, 133, 230 Ronald Cyboron. 112, 204 Dennis Daake, 243 John Daake, 243 James Dahlgren, 108, 168 Larry Dahlstedt, 103, 230 Ralph Dahlstedt. 67 Vicki Dahlsten, 201 Mary Dahms, 243 Sandra Dainton, 143 Patricia Dale, 243 Linda Daly, 243 Kathleen Danaher, 162. 204 Constance Daniels, 127 Richard Darby, 243 Sally Davidson, 243 Margaret Davis. 135, 221 Susan Dean, 243 Patricia Debban, 154 Patricia DeBoer. 157 Larry DeBower, 184 Linden DeFreece, 180 Roland DeHarty. 52, Bruce Deines. 2-13 Dennis Deines. 230 Maurice Deines. 52. 95, 127, 174, 221 Toni DeLaney, 221 Steve Delay, 102, 126, 204 Danny DeLong, 67 James Delp, 184 Kathleen Demers. 140 Linda Dempewolf, 153, 154, 198, 204 Dixie Denman, 9-1, 113. 150 Jerry Denton, 20-1 Dennis Derr, 243 Myron Deterding. 88, 108. 221 Judith Dethlefs, 2-13 David Detmer, 110, 230 Joan Dexter, 114 VVoodrow Dillman, 24-3 Charles Dillon. 243 Gail Dishman, 243 Due Divan, 50. 99, 125, 154 Nancy Divis, 243 Nancy Dobberstein, 136, 243 Milford Doell, 110, 230 Duane Donaldson, 62. 65. 167. 2-13 Connee Donnelson, 20-1 Ruth Donovan, 22. 136 Verda Dorn, 114, 139, 2-13 David Dostal, 62. 172 Dale Dowson. 243 Larry Doyle, 101 Michele Dubas, 32, 243 Gary Dubbs. 62, 6-1. 20-1 Irene Duey, 221 Philip Duffy, 17-1. 231 Garold Dugan, 231 Jack Dugan, 112 Dennis Dukesherer, 2-13 Lonnie Duling, 2-13 Evelyn Dunbar, 2-13 Vicky Dunbar, 2-13 Harold Dunbier, 231 Jim Dunkin, 243 Thomas Dunlay, 101, 204 John Dunn, 65, 173 Michael Dunn. 110 Daniel Dunne, 108 Gary Duranski, -14, 88, 172 Shirley Dutton, 154, 198, 204 Larry Duval, 204 Thomas Eacker, 243 Marilyn East, 50, 132, 15-1 Judy Easterday, 131 Betty Ebmeier, 11-1, 1110 Beverly Ehnieier, 139. 231 Gary Eckhardt. 2-13 Karen Eckhardt, 243 Randall Eckhog, 2-13 John Eckhout, 65, 243 Roberta Edgar, 151 Cheryl Edis, 205 Richard Edmisten, 231 Beverly Edson, 114, 121, 138, 221 Joseph Edwards, 244 Stephanie Egley, 111 ,103, 126, 231 Jack Ehler, 108, 261 Michael Ehlers, 96, 244 VVilliam Ehlers, 244 Robert Eickhorst, 244 Johnny Eilt-rs, 244 Dennis Einspahr, 110, 244 Glendel Einspahr, 244 Paul Ekberg, 169 Alberta Ekholm, 205 Marya Elder, 125, 205 Donald Eldridge, 167, 244 John Eliason, 174 Marcia Ellenwood, 205 Bruce Ellingson, 117, 125 Larry Ellingson, 244 James Elliott, 117, 168 Kerry Elliott, 65 Larry Ellsworth, 244 Georgia Elsen, 244 Joyce Endecott, 114, 231 Richard Ender, 116, 127 Lois Enevoldsen, 205 Donald Engel, 222 Michael Epp, 110, 231 Albert Erickson, 244 Kent Erickson, 128, 222 Larry Erickson, 244 Sharon Erickson, 161 Richard Ernst, 244 Darryl Erpelding, 173, 244 Roger Eschliman, 103, 231 Leland Essary, 244 Judith Estes, 114, 231, 260 Diane Euler, 52, 95, 155, 244 Kenneth Evers, 127, 128, 222 Helenali Ewenike. 119, 222 Marilyn Ewer, 205 Carol Ewers, 94, 131, 160 Patrick Faden, 244 Ronald Fagot, 67, 244 Bill Fairfield, 169, 244 Melvin Falk, 205 Judy Fanning, 135, 236 Gary Fanoele, 168 David Faubel, 244 Robert Faustman, 205, 261 Stephen Fear, 231 Nancy Feaster, 94, 149, 160 Norma Fehr, 205 Jerel Felker, 111 Pamela Fellers, 101, 112, 116, 196 Rosemary Felt, 231 Kent Felzien, 168 Mary Fendle, 96, 244 Ann Ferguson, 114, 157 Terry Ferguson, 167 Gerald Fetters, 244 Gregory Feuerborn, 34 Evelyn Fiala, 231 Sharon Fiehtner, 244 Dean Fickenscher, 180 Craig Fidler, 231 Craig Fielding, 244 Susan Findley, 52, 138 John D. Fisher, 244 Linda Fitch, 154 Randall Fitch, 174 Patricia Fitzke, 222 Sharon Fitzke, 139, 231, 260 Susanne Flack, 94, 161, 244 Jacqueline Fleming, 53, 144 Patricia Fleming, 120 John Fletcher, 111 Melvin Flick, 205 Ronald Flohr, 110, 174, 231 Stephen Flood, 103, 145 James Flnekey, 117 Shirley F olker, 205 Robert Forbes, 205 Gayle Fortner, 52, 231 John Fowler, 50, 53, 130, 132, 167, 231 Norma Fowler, 222 Jerald Fox, 172, 244 James Frager, 111, 205 Jayne Francies, 205 Vicki Frank, 99, 154, 231 James Franzen, 50 Milan Franzen, 168 Linda Frates, 244 Gregory Frazer, 244 Nancy Frcad, 138, 231 Carol Frederick, 114. 154. 259 Kathleen Frederick, 143 Larry Frederick, 118, 206 Mary Frederick, 206 Jane Frederic-kson, 231 Marie Freeburg, 206 John Freeman, 49, 52, 53 Joyce French, 244 Penelope French, 95, 151, 259 Beverly Frerichs, 160 Daniel Frerichs, 231 Marcia Freriehs, 132, 244 Raymond Frew, 222 Dorothy Frick, 206 Charles Fricke, 175, 244 Dennis Fries, 244 Jerrene Friesen, 103, 126, 138, 197 Orin Friesen, 231 Arthur Fritson, 231 Sandra Fritz, 53, 116, 129, 132, 131 Bruce Frizzell, 112 Cean Frost, 244 Linda Fry, 52, 245 Robert Fry, 112 Thomas Fulcher, 168, 222 Richard Fuller, 169 Kenny Fulmer, 222 David Funk, 222, 261 Mary Gaasland, 139 Douglas Gaer, 50, 245 Howard Gaffney, 245 Lorin Galvin, 172 Peter Gamache, 65 NVayne Gappa, 62, 64, 98, 108, 109 Brian Gardner, 206 Lowell Garretson, 245 Danny Garrett, 174 Lyle Gearhart, 175, 232 Carol Gehring, 99, 136, 200, 232 Bernadine Gehrke, 136 Larry Genzlinger, 166, 206 Peggy George, 233 Carol Gerhardt, 135, 245 Frederick Gerhardt r. 88 108 2- 2 ,1 , , ,-3-I Sharon Gerken, 245 Craig Gibbons, 47, 108, 112, 206 Mary Gibbs, 136 Gary Gibson, 62, 206 Mary Gibson, 97, 222, 260 Tamara Gilgen, 245 Betty Gillespie, 94, 134, 150, 222 Linda Gillett, 206 Cheryl Gillilan, 53, 206 Margo Gilster, 245 Robert Glandt, 167, 245 James Glasco, 65 Jerry Glass, 110. 232 Joan Glebe, 245 James Glenn, 245 Lucinda Glenn, 245 Gilbert Glinsmann, 206 Marjorie Glover, 50, 52, 53, 129, 132, 138 Cheryl Glunz, 245 Karen Goble, 151 Twila Gocke, 245 Ramon Godtel, 108 James Goedert, 65 F erde Goings, 232 Robert Gollner, 140, 245 Gala Golter, 114, 245 Kenneth Gonka, 245 Dennis Goodwater, 245 Stanley Goodwin, 175 Dean Gosch, 245 Robert Gottsch, 110 Lyle Grabenstein, 50, 222 Virginia Grabenstein, 161, 245 Gary Gragson, 232 Kathleen Graham, 245 Charles Grantham, 172 James Grapes, 110, 288, 222 Linda Grass, 154 Wfilliam Gratopp, 184 Jack Green, 232 Jay Green, 232 Judith Green, 245 Ma1'y Green, 222 Ronald Greenwall, 168 Dale Greger, 245 Jerry Griffith, 111 Linda Grillith, 232 lklaltcr Grilhths, 108, 1711, 232, 258 Harolrl Grimes, 245 George Grogan, 173 Jerald Groncwold. 168. 2013 Sara Groyas, 232 Richard Gmhe, 52 lfldon Gruber, 2-15 l'au1 Grunclniann, 232 Kay Gscliwintl, 232 Peggy Gunderson, 245 liarlnara Gunn, 118, 125, 222, 260 Beverly Gustafson, 232, 259 James Guthmann, 174, 232. 258 Michael llabcrlan, 169 Farid Haddad, 144 Gene lladdix, 245 Ronald lladxvigcr, 62, 108 Marilyn llalliey, 114, 215 James Haggard, 168 Raymond llaggstrom, 207 Linda Halbgewaehs, 111, 114, 141, Barbara Haller. 232 Carol Halsey, 196, 245 Betty Halstead, 245 Pamela Halyorson, 161, 2-15 Linda Ham, 136, 232 Susan Ham, 232, 259 Jack Hamer. Jr., 175 Gary Hamilton, 207 David Hammond, 128, 232 Gary Hamsher, 245 Doyle Haney. 184, 245 Susan Haney, 232 Lawrence Hanke, 172 Charles Hannon, 119, 207 Donald Hansen, 232 Jerry Hansen, 245 Larry Hansen, 262 Milan Hansen, 245 Philip Hansen, 232 Ronald Hansen, 245 Sharon Hansen, 245 Thomas Hansen, 245 Timothy Hansen, 112 Terrel Hanshew, 180, 207, 261 Richard Hanssen, 245 Ellis Hanthorn, 207 Janine Hanthorn, 50. 232, 258 Barbara Harbert, 232 Diann Harder, 207 James Harder, 67, 108, 245 Leon Harder, 184 Marilyn Hruder, 140, 232 Mary Harder, 232 Larry Hardesty, 245 John Hardwick, 232 Ardel Harger, 232 Dallas Haring, 32, 50, 52, 94, 117, 180, 222, 258 Avis Harkins, 125, 134. 207 Edwin Harlan, 140, 232, 261 Virginia Harman. 245 Betsy Harms, 245 232 123, 130. '4'04g,x gy- 4-vu-.,,' -H wma' . , Lvmj j-' -. ' ',T"Qf'H?II'7 . .., ..,... , Mp. ," " -- .1 Deanna Harms. 135, 2-15 Julie Harris. 245 Teresa Hiu'ris, 246 Kurt Harrison. 233 Robert Harvey. 112. 114 Randall Hash, 233 Connie Hasty. 233 Clarence Hanmont. 179 John Hauner. 104, 180 David Hausmann. 245 Leslie Hausman. 207 Frank Hawk. 111 Jerry Hawley, 138 Steven Hayen. 245 Philip Hayford. 169 Colleen Hays, 111. 129. 133, 233 Jay Hazelwood. 207. 119 James Head, 175 Elaine Heapy, 111, 233 Beulah Heaqon. 207 Joan Heckel, 134. 207 Stephen Heckman, 49 Lance Hehner. 104 Dean Heine. 118 Charles Heinrich. 166. 207 Ronald Heitman, 88, 174 Thomas Heldenbrand, 245 Sandra Hebner. 111, 124. 222 Sue Helinick. 99, 233 Constance Hemphill. 118, 207 Jack Henderson, 246 Jay Henderson. 112, 208 Sheila Hendrickson, 145. 233 Donald Henriksen, 246 David Hensley, 34, 35, 36, 122 Lorraine Hensley. 246 Michael Herbert. 108, 167, 233 Pamela Hennan, 140. 246 Barbara Herzog, 246 James Hesse, 47, 180 Kathleen Hesse, 127, 149, 150, 222 Connie Hesselgesser, Clayton Hesser. 104. 127, 208 Lyle Heydon, 65 Judy Hiatt, 233 Bemadine Hickman, 155 Miriam Hickman, XVilliam Hickman, 174 Don Hicks, 148, 184 Velyin Higby, 222 Joyce High, 138, 246 Jake Hild, Jr., 246 Kurt Hild, 169 Kenneth Hill, 117, 208 Virginia Hill, 233 Robert Hilton, 148, 178, 179, 208 Betty Hilty, 134, 233 Lyle Hinrichs, 101, 113, 208 Victoria Hirsch, 154 Louis Hirsb, 184 Rodney Hiser, 174, 233 Stephanie Hitzemann, 246 Richard Hix. 246 Vvilbur Hjorth, 222 Robert Hoagland, 53 Carl Hoagstrom, 180, 208 Norman Hodge, 120 Richard Hodtwalker, 102, 126 Shirley Hocnig, 233 Dan Hoesly, 88. 173 Eugene Hofeling, 246 Ann Hoff, 222 Sue Hoff, 145, 233 Karleen Hoffer, 233 Janice Hotimcyer, 246 Jeffrey Hofmeyer, 246 Patricia Holbein, 208 Dona Holcomb, 222 Sandra Holen, 50, 96, 118, 138, 160, 222 Janelle Holliday, 50, 52, 132, 246 Laura Holliday, 233 J.Villiam Holliday, 208 Barbara Hollinger. 208 Edwin Hollinger, 62, 175. 222 Edwin Hollingsworth, 110, 246 Gloria Hollingsworth, 35, 36, 37, 122 James Hollister, 53. 233 Judith Hollister, 246 Charlie Holmes, 208 Jerryl Holmes. 143 Mary Holmgren. 138, 222 Mary Holoiibeck. 123 Ruth Holthaus. 209 Elma Holtzc, 114, 136, 143, 233 , 260 Linda Hood, 162 Max Hooker, 246 Jonathan Hooper, 246 Don Hopkins, 112, 209 James Hornbostel, 140 Merle Horst, 246 John Horvath, 168 Kathy Horvath, 150 Joan Hoschouer, 246 Patricia Hosier, 246 Kathleen Hoster, 155, 246 Marlyn Hough, 246 Anna Howard, Stuart Huber, 246 Steve Huckfeldt, 246 E1'vin Huffman, 127, 128, 233 James Huffman, 222 Betty Hughes, 99 Darlene Hughes, 28 James Hughes, 50, 52, 119, 145 Robert Hughes, 140, 246 Sharon Hughes, 246 Ernest Hulinslqf, 166 Jean Hummel, 233 Timothy Hunsberger, 111, 178, 222 James Hunt, 145, 184, Terry Hunt, 65, 233, 261 Fredrick Hluitley, 112 John Hurt, 233 Herbert Hutcheson, 49, 50, 52, 5 166 Eugene Hynes, 32, 94, 180 a, 132, 133, Dwayne Ibsen, 35, 36, 50, 120, 122, 196, 209 XVil1iam Ignowski, 247 Gary Ingrahani, 247 Dennis Ingrim, 247 Myron Insehnan, 62. 108, 172 Mary Isaacs, 247 Linda Jablonski. 247 Janice Jacobs, 136 David Lee acobsen, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64. 88, 1 108, 233, 261 Stewart James, 167 Cheryl Jamison, 151 Donna Jamison, 150 James Janski, 233 Ronald Janssen, 169 Verlin Janssen, 50, 169 Connie Jarmin, 247 Kathleen Jefferies, 247 Dwight Jennings, 247 Neal Jennings, 233 Donna Jensen, 222 Kathleen Jensen, 129, 132 Larry Jensen, 104 Russell Jensen, 179 XVilliam Jensen, 50, 172 Karen Jeppesen, 247 Cheryl Jess, 136, 233 Judy Jess, 233 Ronald Jiede, 88, 108, 174 Adrienne Johannes, 247 Lavonne Johansen, 114, 145 Gary Johnsen, 209 Arlette Johnson, 247 Carolyn Johnson, 149, 162. 164 David Johnson, 233 Duwayne Johnson, 117, 127, 222 Gary Johnson, 110, 247 Janet Johnson, 49, 144, 222 Jerry Johnson, 247 Jon Kim Johnson, 180, 209 Kristi Johnson, 150 LaCreta Johnson, 136 Martha Johnson, 52, 133, 233 Nancy Johnson, 99 Pamela Johnson, 135 Steven Johnson, 174 Susan Johnson, 120 Tim Johnson, 168 Kathleen Johnston, 97, 122, 154, Anita Jones, 247 Darrel Jones, 180 Glen Jones, 233 Jacquelyn Jones, 247 Jim Jones, 62, 63 Marsha Jones, 150 Gvvcndalyn Jorgensen. 247 Nelda Jorgensen, 209 Janice Joy, 135, 154 Diane Junes, 247 Barbara Junker, 154, 197 Larry Junker, 104, 209 Frances Kanter. 114, 140, 222 209 Carolyn Kappel, 233 Orinda Karlberg, 125, 129, 138, 2 7 Theodore Karre, 233 Maxine Karsten, 157, 209 Rodney Karsten, 108, 233 Betty Kaslon, 233 Denzel, Kasson, 246 Ted Kastler, 112, 168 Sally Katskee, 154 Alan Katzberg, 233 Jerry Kaufman, 111 Leonard Kaup, 59, 62, 63, 234 Patrick Kayl, 247 Eugene Keasling, 247 Kathleen Keating, 94, 222 Robert Keiper, 50, 117, 222 Richard Keller, 247 Mary Jo Kelly, 234 Roger Kelly, 209 XVayne Kelly, 247 Jacklyn Kelsch, 134, 160 Gregory Kelso, 247 James Kendrick, 67, 248 David Kennedy, 175, 247 James Kennedy, 247 Nancy Kenyon, 234 Linda Kerchal, 248 Sharon Kershaw, 247 Howard Kester, 174 Michael Keyser, 168 Jerry Kilgore, 172 VVilljs Kilgore, 108 Richard Hillham, 65, 248 Judith Kimball, 210 David Kimble, 248 David Kimmel, 174, 234 James Kinder, 234 Karolyn Kinder, 248 Judith Kindscher, 248 Jeanne King, 35, 151, 248 Linda King, 248 Nelta King, 103 Edward Kinish, 248 Sarah Kinish, 222 Carroll Kinnainan, 67, 108, 117, 171 178 727 Byron Kinnan, 248 Karen Kinnan, 99 Danny Kinney, 167, 234 Beverly Kirchhoff, 139, 234, 288 Laura Kirkland, 145, 234, 260 Linda Kirkpatrick, 136, 248 Linda Kisler, 248 Mardell Kisler, 248 Donna Kissel, 242 Lonnie Kitterer, 49, 52, 53, 130, 118 119 Kent Kittle, 49, 130 Lanny Kizer, 210 Alfred Klaasmeyer, 222 Kenneth Klaasmeyer, 234 Paula Klatt, 99 Byford Klein, 248 VVayne Klein, 65 Maurice Kline, 248 Sharon Kluver, 248 Kristin Knapp, 248 Vernon Knapp, 222 Charles Knauss, 28, 50 Gerhard Knehans, 234 Edgar Knepper, 210 XVilma Knigge, 248 Marsha Knobel, 132 Donna Knutson, 101, 210 Betty Koch, 114, 210, 259 Gilbert Koch, 119, 128 Karen Koch, 120 Keith Koch, 246 Marilyn Koch, 248 Michael Koch, 248 Roy Kociernba, 102, 126, 168 Theodore Koehn, 117, 210 Donald Koller, 50, 130, 166 Nancy Koos, 162, 210 Theodore Koperski, 119, 210 Richard Kopf, 184 Harold Korb, 110, 234 John Koslowske, 168 Ronald Koteles, 62, 172 Robert Koziol, 168 Gary Kral, 248 Marlene Kriha, 234 Randall Kriski, 52, 53, 108, 130, 137 234 Kenneth Kroeger, 175 Roger Kroeger, 52, 53 Lambert Krolikowski, Judy Kruhcck, 94, 118, 149. 160 Barbara Krucgcr, 161, 248 Dalc Krueger, 248 Pamela Krucgcr, 234 Marcia Krug, 234 Edward Kruml, 44, 62, 108, 172 Dayle Kruse, 248 Dennis Kruse, 248 Gary Kruse, 248 Janette Kruse, 149, 150 Dennis Krutsinger, 234 Barbara Kucera, 96, 234, 258 Richard Kudrna, 234 Garolcl Kuebler, 178 Bonnita Kuehl, 138, 234 Donna Kuehl, 248 Duane Kuhnel, 62, 108, 223, 262 Sandra Kulhanek, 121 Jane Kumpf, 242 Cheryll Kunkel, 210 XVanda Kutschkau, 49, 1.29 Thomas Labute, 234 Douglas Lacey, 65 Gaylord Lacy, 210 Joan Lacy, 248 David Lade, 248 Douglas Lallan, 119 Thomas Laing, 210 Scott Laird, 88, 234 John Lakey, 234 Barbara Lallman, 99 Donald Lamay, 234 Larry Lamay, 62, 210 Carol Lambley, 94, 116, 123, 160, Dave Lampe, 248 Roger Lancaster, 148, 168 Jane Landmesser, 150 Leslie Landmesser, Jr., 166 Norman Lang, 248 Marietta Lange, 248 Margo Langrchr, 248 Alan Lanham, 248 Robert Lanham, 95, 180 Robert Lapp, 86, 111, 123 Joel Larmore, 248 Jean Larrick, 210 Daniel Larsen, 175, 248 James Larsen, 248 Ronald Larsen, 168 Twila Larsen, 114, 234 Jerry Larson, 65 Theone Larson, 234 210 Cheryl Lauer, 50, 116, 129. 132, 154, 222 Gary Lauer, 168 Sandra Laursen, 155, 248 Ronald Laux, 61, 167 Thomas Lawson, 88, 108 JoAnn Lefever, 248 Kenneth Lefever, 180, 211 Charlene Lehmkuhler, 211 Carol Leigh, 248 John Leinert, 248 Ca1'ol Leininger, 234, 259 Kenda Leise, 248 Jerry Lemburg, 248 Rick Lempp, 52, 53 Dorothy Levy, 145, 234 Richard Lewandowski, 223 Bob Lewis, 111 Dwayne Lewis, 234 Verlyn Lheureux, 234 Steven Liakos, 50, 62, 174 Lavonne Lichti, 100, 135, 149, 154 Maurine Lichti, 132, 155, 248 Kenneth Lieb, 248 Dennis Lienemann, 168 Patricia Lighthall, 114 Barry Limoges, 248 Linda Lincoln, 154, 234 Charles Lindau, 248 Gary Lindau, 167 James Lindau, 62, 108, 180, 211 Rodney Lindekugel, 248 Ruth Lindekugel, 157 Roger Lindly. 248 Gordon Lindvall, 234 Earl Linn, 234 Lloyd Lipska, 248 Vicki Livingston Richmond, 109, 134, 150 Gary Mass, 211 James MacDonald, 249 Julianne Madison, 151, 234 XVilliam Maggiacomo, 62, 108, 109, 168, 211 John Magill, 249 XVilliam Mahafly, Jr., 173 Joyce Mahood, 194 Georgia lXlalnikar, 249 Gary Malonr-, 110, 108, 211, 258 Rohcrta Mankin, 234, 259 Gaylord Mann, 111 Dennis Manning, 249 Sharon Mannlcin, 125, 127, 257 Stephen Marcclino, 249 Janet Markus, 234 Gary Marlin, 111 Pamcla Marolf, 52, 249 David Marr, 249 Nancy Marr, 249 Douglas Marsh, 249 Bruce Martin, 166 Carolyn Martin, 234 Douglas Martin, 62, 108 Larry Martin, 44 Mary Martin, 155 Pamela Martin, 249 Robert Martin, 249 Stanley Martin, 47, 172 Thomas Martin, 127, 223 Wyona Martin, 53, 234 Jane Marulm, 249 Charles Mason, 223 Joseph Massie, 249 Annie Matuschin, 157, 234 James Maul, 234 Judy Maul, 249 Randall Mauler, 250 Kim May, 108, 168 Sandra Mayhew, 49, 249 Sandra Mazanec, 127, 128 Charles McBride, 249 Lela McCall, 118, 125, 260 Ray McCall, 211 Duane McCan, 47, 94, 1.66 Elaine McCan, 143, 249 James McCartney, 211 Richard McCartney, 211 James McCarty, 249 Marlene McCarty, 99, 154 Jane McClymont, 99, 155, 249 Robert McConnell, 249' Doris McConville, 150, 234 Janice McCord, 249 Garnie McCor1nick, 98, 172, 211 Lanny McCormick, 119, 211 XV alter McCray, 179 Lynne McCue, 234 William McCune, 50, 52, 53 Dennis McDermott, 62, 65, 249 Cheryl McDonald, 249 Gale McDonald, 235 Mike McDonald, 65, 173, 249 Grace McGinnis, 125, 196. 223 Dennis McGraw, 118, 127 Donald McGregor, 249- Dan McKay, 62, 65, 167 Gayle McKelvey, 235 Donald McKinney, 47 Nola McMillan, 249 Roger McMillan, 201, 223 Kathyrn McNurlin. 136, 249 Dennis McPherson, 184 Larry McQueen, 249 Gale McRevnolds, 32. 94. 180, 196, 211 Janet McVicker, 249 Richard McVVilliams, 169 Beth Mead, 249 VVilber Medberry, 117, 127. 128, 140 Lorna Melgaard, 249 Rodney Melroy, 62, 65 Leila Menges, 107, 249 Kenneth Mercer, 235 Mary Mercer, 151, 250 Alvin Meredith, 235 Janice Merrick, 157 Cheryl Meyer, 143, 250 Jackie Meyer, 250 Kathryn Meyer, 161, 250 Roger Meyer, 180 Jane Michaelsen, 161, 250 Judy Middagh, 250 Gary Mierau, 67, 223 Sheryl Miile, 138, 250 Larry Mikoloyck, 250 Tom Miles. 49, 53, 141 Alva Dean Miller. 178 Bonnie Miller, 250 Brian Miller, 250 Carolyn Miller, 223 1 .V adj? ,J J-"7 iff , 5 f 14 ,,, wr: N1 ,pa rr. 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Dale Miller, 250 Elizabeth Miller, 250 Jane Miller, 235 Jerry Lee Miller, 235 John Miller, 52, 53 JoLynn Miller, 132 Larry Miller, 250 Leonard Miller, 250 Lewis Miller, 235 Richard Miller, 175 Rodney Miller, 118 Rosemary Miller, 154 Gail Mills, 114, 140, 223 Hugh Miner, 235 Joe Minnjck, 211 Cheryl Mintken, 100, 150, 235 Jackie Mintling, 250 John Mitchell, 101 Mary Mitchell, 101 Dixie Mizner, 134, 136, 223 Susan Moates, 141, 235 Mary Mock, 135, 136, 156, 2535 Harold Mohler, 49 Roger Moler, 168 Mike Monaghan, 104, 250 Arlyn Montgomery, 112, 201, 235 Roger Moody, 250 Kenneth Moomey, 141, 196, 258 Marcene Moorney, 250 James Moon, 178, 179 VVinona Moor, 49, 133, 212 Connie Moore, 250 Dan Moore. 67, 108, 112, 212 Sharon Moran, 250 Colleen Moreau, 250 James Morey. 52, 116, 130, 180, 196, 212 Donald Morgan, 180, 212 Glenn Morgan, 212 Patricia Morgan, 235 Patricia Morin, 250 Billy Morlang. 179, 250 Pat Moroski, 184 Genieve Morris, 235 Elizabeth Morrison. 250 Patricia Morrison, 250 vf,iggL in gb Diana Morse. 250 Dixie Moseley, 125, 223 Jennifer Moses, 250 Donna Mousel, 143, 250 Evelyn Mousel, 99, 114, 154, 223 Merlin Moyer. 167 Judy Muckel, 250 Adele Mueller, 160, 224 Forrest Mueller, 250 David Muirhead, 110, 224 Gordon Muirhead, 235 XVi11iam Mulligan, 111 Jon Munderloh, 95, 148 Daryl Munroe, 250 Gerald Murphy, 167 XYilliam Murphy, 250 Max Murray 111, 250 Karen Myers, 160. 235 Jeanette N aber, 250 Dale Naprstek, 62, 108 David Neal, 144, 251 XVarren Neal, 251 Alix Nefzger, 2.51 Roger Neilliart, 251 Reinhold Nelson, 235 August Nelson, 47, 108, 168, 212 Cynthe Nelson, 49. 50, 160 Dennis Nelson, 128, 224 Larry Nelson, 53 Linda Nelson, 136. 157 Lonnie Nelson, 119 Margaret Nelson, 104, 212 Mary Nelson, 50. 224 Patricia Nelson, 224 Robert Nelson, 130 Stoney Nelson, 67, 108, 112, 169 XVard Nelson, 67 XVilliam Nelson. 62, 65 Elaine Nelson, 251 Nelson Nemnan, 117 Pauletta Newman, 100, 154 Connie Nickelson, 251 Ernest Nickens. 62 Ruth Nicks, 251 Arlene Nichus, 251 Earl Nielsen, 168 Roger Nielsen, 108 Mary Niernoth, 139, 251 David Nienaber, 212 Larry Nienhueser, 110, 128, 224 Dominic Nila, 65, 251 Jerrie Lou Ninegar, 133, 251 Jo Anne Ninegar, 52. 235 Joann Nissen, 224 Linda Nixon, 155 Thomas Noble, 251 Karen Nrinrian, 251 Clark Norblade. 61, 62, 166, 212 Donna Nordhauscn, 136, 235 Eliltilwtli Norrriiin, 118, 224 Leland Norman, 251 Jerry Norris, 168 Ricliarrl Norskov, 110. 251 John Norswortliy. 101. 141 . 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Dfrrnrlfl NO'-itil. vb-1, l 72 Namjf Nviyosad, 52. 133, 251 Rohr,-rt Now,ir,2yk. 251 Barry Nnvvali, 172. 235 'i paftiisii -jg,-A Q if Carolyn Nunn, 224 Lynn Nunnenkamp, 251 Monte Nutt, 110, 212 Tom Nutt, 251 lla Nutzman, 251 Jerry Oates, 167, 251 Marilyn Oberg, 154 David Oberle, 166 Virginia Ochoa, 251 Olinda Odean, 116, 123, 125, 212 Hugh Oelschlager, 168 Harold Oetken, 117, 139, 224 Marilyn Ohlman, 251 Timothy Olin, 111, 251 Ellen Olsen, 251 Larry Olsen, 168 Linda Sue Olsen, 32, 151, 251 Mary Olsen, 151, 251 Sheryl Jean Olsen, 118, 150 Alrae Olson, 50, 168 Cathryn Olson, 251, 259 Cynthia Olson, 99, 161 Dean Olson, 251 Dorothy Lee Olson, 251 Harvey Olson, 224 Helen Olson, 224 Karen Olson, 114, 251 Lonnie Olson, 65 Marcia Olson, 235 Margene Olson, 99, 251 Sandra Olson, 49, 132, 133, 251 Connie Oltmans, 251 James Omel, 251 Jill Ondrak. 251 Carol Sue Oran, 95, 127, 128, 154 Peggy Oran, 120, 154 Janet Orcutt, 235 William Orcutt, 251 Sheila Orourke, 251 Eugene Ortgiesen, 212 Kathryn Orvis, 235 Mary Osentowski, 135, 251 Richard Osentowski, 62, 65, 251 Judiann Oshea, 251 Robert Osten, 213 Janice Osterbuhr, 140, 251 Sandra Osterbuhr, 251 Carolyn Ough, 139, 235 Sandra Ourada, 235 James Owens, 224 Marlene Owens, 251 Richard Oxley, 235 Linda Packwood, 156, 251 Randy Pahl, 224 Ronald Paine, 174 Jeanette Palmer, 97, 224, 258 Linda Palser, 161, 251 Mary Pankonin, 236 Victoria Paprocki, 251 Donna Parker, 162 David Patterson, 62, 65 Thomas Paxson, 166 Colleen Paxton, 251 Ronald Payne, 251 Rickard Pedersen, 251 Gordon Peeks, 140, 261 Karren Peeks, 140, 251 Dale Peer, 65 James Peer, 224 Richard Pehrson, 174 Barbara Pemberton, 111 Kandis Penry, 120, 162, 224 Eleanor Peters, 125, 138 Richard Peters, 88 John Petersen, 67, 108, 224, 261 Lanna Petersen, 252 Marilyn Petersen, 236 Mona Rae Petersen, 135, 136, 156, 224 Floyd Peterson, 213 Janet Peterson, 236 Judy Peterson, 236 Karen Peterson, 160. 198, 213 Richard Peterson, 173 Roger Petska, 107 Gwelda Pfeil, 52, 114, 140 Rene Pfeil, 136, 221 Judy Phares, 99, 136, 236. 259 Doris Phelps, 125, 162, 196, 213 Bari Philips, 100, 134, 155 Kala, Phillips, 134, 236 Dan Pierce, 112 Anita Pierson, 138, 251 Edward Pieters, 108, 236 Gary Pinger, 110, 236 Edith Pinkston, 120 Gary Piper, 128, 258 Marilyn Pirnie, 138, 251 Steven Pitkin, 62, 88, 261 Carl Plants, 49, 52, 130, 251 Cathy Plebuch, 99 Patricia Plotner, 118 Paul Pocock, 168 Christine Poflenberger, .154 Mary Pohlmann, 125 Forrest Pollard, 169, 252 Robert Polzin, 252 Laurel Poppe, 236 Vicki Popple, 252 Jack Portenier, 168 Glender Porter, 252 Robert Potter, 50, 52, 252 Betty Powers, 114, 252 Connie Powers, 236 Timothy Pratt, 174 Connie Preusch, 252 Bonnice Price, 135, 224 Susan Price, 160, 224 Kaye Priddy, 136, 252 Delbert Prindle, 88, 236 Corliss Pritchard, 236 Donald Prososki, 236 Joseph Prucha, 252 Patricia Pruss, 114 Gary Psota, 252 Ronald Psota, 252 Kenneth Purdy, 67 Miriam Quadhamer, 236 Nelson Quick, 52, 53, 94, 180 XVayne Quincy, 184 Cheryl Radcliff, 252 Gary Radcliff, 252 Dianne Radcliffe, 127 Larry Radcliffe, 252 David Rader, 148, 149, 166 Gerald Rains, 252 Diana Rasmussen, 95, 99 Gary Rasmussen, 59, 62, 64, 213 Randall Rasmussen, 62, 64, 108, 173, 261 Robert Rasmussen, 65, 252 James Rassette, 175 Bernard Rath, 110, 252 Janice Rathhun, 49, 52, 129, 132, 236 Glenn Rauert, 224 Marvin Real, 128 Nancy Recker. 49, 50, 53, 129, 132 Kathleen Redenbo, 107, 123, 224 Dennis Reed, 62, 252 Frederick Reed, 213 Jane Reed, 96, 104, 135, 151, 252 Jane Reed, 50 Larry Reeve, 252 Kathleen Reiger, 213 Leonard Reelrtus, 180 Roselyn Reichert, 252 Neal Reicks, 252 Kent Reierson, 224 Dennis Reiter, 252 Judy Reiter, 213 Ruth Reiter, 252 Judith Rewerts, 151, 252 Mary Rewerts, 139, 252 Carolyn Reynolds, 252 Richard Reynolds, 118, 213 Floyd Rhodes, 174 Arlene Rice, 49 Janice Rice, 49 Marvin Rich, 213 Gerald Richards, 172 Jane Richards, 161, 252 Jay Richards, 178 Chris Richardson, 169 Jack Richardson, 252 Jim Richardson, 62, 174, 213 Terry Richeson, 252 Robert Richey, 172 John Richman, 86, 172 Lynda Richman, 150' Roger Richter, 62, 65, 173 Leora Rider, 35, 36, 213 Lawrence Ripp, 252 Joan Ritz, 99, 136, 259 Kay Rizer, 50, 125, 129, 133, 16 Julie Roach, 257 Donna Robertson, 136 Gary Robertson, 88 Mary Robinson, 114, 143 Scott Robinson, 172 Dennis Roeder, 252 Herbert Roeser, 179, 224 Linda Rogers, 252 Linna Rogers, 136, 252 Milton Rogers, 169, 252 Guy Roggenkamp, 224 Ronald Roggenkamp, 224 Susan Rojeski, 107, 252 Ralph Roland, 117, 214 Alan Roller, 253 Harry Romanolt, 108, 174, 236 Ronald Roinatzke, 167, 253 Curtis Ronnekamp, 65 Judith Rose, 120, 140 Janet Rosenberg, 214 Delmer Rosenberry, 253 Larry Ross, 110, 253 Michele Roth, 97, 154, 236, 259 VVilla Roudebush, 224 Larry Routh, 94, 101, 112, 116, Ronald Rader, 172 Frances Rupprecht, 236 Barbara Russell, 214 Roger Russell, 236 Susan Russell, 99, 154, 236. 258 Trenton Russell, 49 YVilliam Ritherford, 253 George Ryan, 88, 108, 237 Kay Ryan, 253 Vemon Ryan, 253 Paul Salfield, 253 Beverly D. Sadler, 253 Delbert Sahn, 253 Jaunetta Sailors, 40, 49, 50, 53, Doris Salisbury, 120 Linda Salisbury, 161, 253 Andrea Sampson, 237 Peggy Sams, 95, 155, 253 Terry Samuleson, 175 Kent Sandell, 253 Royal Sander, 167 Denise Sanders, 237 Ellen Sanders, 253 Marlene Sanders, 237 Ruth Sanderson, 145 James Sandman, 67 Robert Sands, 103 Karen Sandstedt, 52, 133, 237 Charles Sandy, 174 W'arren Sanger, 166, 237 Daniel Sasek, 53 Nadine Sass, 253 Glenn Sawyer, 50, 133, 138 Dee Schaad, 148, 174 Carol Schafer, 214 Gary Schafer, 172, 237 Jeff Scharit, 50, 88, 108, 130 Thomas Scheinost, 253 Neil Scheuneman, 224 Lanny Schiessler, 253 Marlyri Schipporeit, 254 Penny Schlager, 118. 197, 214 Richard Schlaman, 143 Robert Schlaman, 178, 224 Bruno Schlueter, 253 Donna Schmale, 214 Eugene Schmaljohn, 253 Barbara Schmidt, 52, 134, 237 Eldon Schmidt, 253 2, 224 198, 214, 261 160 Linda Schmidt, 253 Richard Schmidt, 253 Norma Schmidt, 214 Sally Schmidt, 253 Sandra Schmidt, 150 Evelyn Schmeding, 111, 253 Donald Schmitt, 224 Elaine Schmitz, 157 Karen Schmitz, 149, 157 Barry Schmokcr, 180 Dennis Schmoker, 180 John Schnase, 184 Al Schneider, 67, 108, 224 Bill Schoeneberg, 112, 174 Sandra Schaeneberg, 253 Kay Schopp, 134, 237 Karen Schou, 224 Norma Schroeder, 134, 253 Randall Schroer, 65 Donna Schuett, 253 Glenda Schuett, 253 Loren Schuett, 173 Kathleen Schulker, 253 Mary Schulte, 114, 214 Arvene Schultz, 237 Sandra Schultz, 237 Jane Schuman, 253 Gladys Schutz, 138, 214 Allen Schwab, 167, 253 Marjorie Schwaderer, 111, 145 Ralph Schwager, 184 Johnny Schwartz, 166 Lee Schweitzer, 168, 237 Nancy ScoF1eld, 140, 253 Diana Scott, 144, 253 Thelma Scott, 214 Terry Scoville, 95, 132, 144 Robert Seaman, 94, 184, 253 Ronald Sears, 237 Cressie Seaton, 254 Robert Sebek, 167, 254 Doreen Sebelius, 214 Carol Sederberg, 149, 150, 237 Kenneth Sedlacek, 214 Mary Seiffert, 225 Don Siem, 174, 237 Gordon Sellin, 225 Bernita Selvy, 254 Virgil Setzerm, 148, 174, 225 Cletus Severance, 65 Duane Schakleford, 128 Marsha Shada, 161, 254 Kent Shadden, 169 Carol Shafer, 52, 254 Gloria Shaffer, 154, 214 Dennis Shanahan, 172 Robert Shanks, 102, 126, 225 Steve Sheen, 254 Darrel Sheets, 67 Norman Sheets, 61, 62 Lannie Shehnadine, 60, 62, 64 Leonard Sherman, 225 Bruce Sherman, 237 David Sherrerd, 225 Fletcher Shields, 254 Burnell ShiH'let, 254 Connie Shivers, 114, 237 Melvin Shoemaker, 254 Glenn Shonka, 117 Bill Shonka, 61, 62 Ruth Shovlain, 97, 160, 237 Phyllis Showers, 95, 123, 237 Dennis Shultz, 149 Sheryl Siekels, 215 Sam Simonson, 254 Gaye Sims, 254 Janice Sindt, 237, 260 James Sinsel, 225 Ronald Siske, 254 Pamela Sixel, 140, 225 Gayle Skiles, 157 Patricia Skiles, 254 Karl Skinner, 254 Mark Slaughter, 254 Cecilia Slingsby, 134, 225 Kenneth Slominski, 254 Deanna Slote, 154, 225 Jerome Slnsarski, 254 Sandra Smaha, 52 Adelia Smith, 161 Al Burton Smith, 65 Carole Smith, 162 Curtis Smith, 254 Gary Smith, 184 Jill Smith, 96, 114, 258 Kathleen Smith, 161 Miriam Smith, 114, 162 Pamela Smith, 254 Roh:-rt D. Smith, 172 Rosalind Smith, 100, 154 Stcycn Smith, 62, 65 Deanna Snowtlcn, 134, 25-I Marlene Snyder, 125, 136, 1-40, 157, 215 Diane Soll. 99, 237, 260 Barbara Solomon, 138, 154 Michael Songer, 180 Philip Soper, 184 XVilliam Sorensen, 175 Judy Sorgenfrci, 254 Sandra Sonkup, 94, 161 Robert Spangler. 254 Lonnie Speck, 110 Robert Speck, 254 Linda Spellman, 131 Marsha Spelts, 95, 126, 119, 154, 258 Danny Spencer, 52 John Spindler, 254 Sandra Spradlin, 254 Marilyn Springer, 254 Bonnie Squier, 138, 254 Patricia Squires, 254 Dorothy Stachura, 136 JOEllen Stadlcr, 34, 37, 94, 116, 122, 149, 215 Keith Staehr, 60, 62, 172, 237 Keith Stafford, 168 Norma Stahla, 237 Monte Standage, 225 Kathleen Stansbury, 49, 254 Janet Stark, 254 Dana Steadman, 99, 237 Sheri Stec, 50, 150, 254 Sharyn Steckmyer, 254 Garry Steele, 225, 258 Gaylan Steele, 110, 254 Linda Steele, 136, 237 John Steffensen, 174, 258 Janet Steinke, 26, 32, 33, 50, 52, 116, 129, 200 Kenneth Stenehjem, 254 Carolyn Stengel, 114 Galen Sterner, 237 Jill Steven, 260 Roberta Stewart, 136 Susan Stewart, 95, 150 Ronald Stigge, 88, 167 Jerry Stine, 108, 169, 225 Judith Stine, 215 Sharon Stine, 237 Cheryl Stohl, 160 Eldon Stokebrand, 67 Jerry Stoll, 174, 215 Richard Stoll, 238, 258 David Stoller, 238 Marc Story, 254 Delcie Stout, 156, 254 George Stovall, 53 Lyndon Stovall, 254 Jerry Straatinan, 254 Max Stratman, 254 Steven Streff, 175 Dannie Strobl, 167 Gerald Stromer, 117 Marilyn Stryker, 143 Verna Stryker, 136 Jerry Stuckert, 62, 98 Susan Stuckert, 101, 112 Merlin Stuhr, 225 LeRoy Stute, 237 David Stutheit. 254 1Vayne Stutheit, 254 Bruce Stutzman, 117, 225 Stanley Talcott, 178 Lanny Tank, 238 Grace Taplin. 215 James Taylor, 117, 120, 196, 215 Joyce Taylor. 138 Richard Teague. 120, 225 Joyce Terry. 238 Claricc Thayer, 150 Emest Thayer, 108, 150, 174 Riclialrd Thayer. 175 Cheryl Tht-de, 114, 225 Charles Theobald, 225 Dt-nzil Thies. 184, 255 Betty Thill, 238 Cyril Thot-ne, 238 Elaine Thomas. 100, 255 Thomas Thomas, 65 Charles Thompson, 17-1, 257 Judy C. Thompson. 161 Judy K. Thompson, 125. 191 Justin Thompson. 184 Kathyrne Thompson. 151 Donna Thomsen. 255 Mike Thurber. 166 Glenwood Tiessen. 44, 215 DeLoy Titkemeier. 225 Joe Toczek. 62. 65. 88 Judy Tollefsen. 52, 94. 160 Lorraine Tonniges. 238 Lorraine Toomey. 255 Nancy Toyyater. 125 Karen Trahert. 255 Douglas Trank. 167. 255 Andrea Tranmer. 238 Dana Traudt. 255 Larry Trayis. 238 Joyce Traynicek, 114. 255 Robert Traynor. 255 Diane Trebold. 255 Don Trefren, 255 Elaine Triple-tt. 11-1. 121. 258 Virginia Trotter. 225 Mayne Trueman, 238 Barbara Trumble. 215 Milan Trumble. 215 Peggy Trumble, 50. 52, 53, 129, 132, 133 Franz Trurnler, 215 James Tschepl, 108, 175, 258 Duane Tucker. 173, 238 Judith Tuepker, 255 Gene Tullis. 255 Mary Tufek, 255 Douglas Tumer, 255 Pamela Tumer, 255 Richard Turner, 110, 224 Rebecca Tyler, 225 Ikpe Udofia, 216 Mary Uhler, 136 Janet Uhrich, 238 Rebecca Uhrich, 225 Jerry Uhrich, 238 Sonja Jane Ulrich, 225 H. A. Ulrichson, 216 Dennis Unrmel, 133, 225 Asuquo Umoren, 238 Janene Underwood, 255 Jeannie Unger, 255 Vincent Urban, 65 Leonard Urbanski, 255 Michael Ury, 255 Don Vacha, 169 Gerald Vanackeren, 255 VVilda Vanarsdall, 112, 141, 226 Belva Vanboening, 96, 114, 225, 259 Lavila Vanboening, 255 Judith Vance, 119, 128 Stephen VanCleave, 175 Larry Vancura, 255 Steven Vanderbeek. 174 Leroy Vanek, 255 James Yanhorn, 148, 172 Delmer Vanlengen, 110, 216 James Yannoy, 255 Joseph Yap, 180, 238 Linda Yarah, 255 Loretta Varah, 255 Lynda Varney, 238 Charles Varvel, 148, 172, 198, 216 Rex Veeder, 37 Paula Vernon, 94, 216 Michael Vetter, 47, 174, 261 Loren Yian, 226 Mayne Vian, 216 Leonard Viersen, 169, 255 Glenn Vieselmeyer, 139, 169 Ronald Yieselmeyer, 53, 255 Barbara Vokoun, 114, 162 Robert Vokoun, 238 Betty Volkman, 226 Martha Volskis, 238 Richard Voorhees, 27, 52, 94, 130, 2 Linda XYachholtz, 255 Sheryl Waddington. 255 Carole Xliade, 126, 150, 226 Dana 'XYade, 238 Honora XVademan, 128, 140, 226 John Xl'ads'.'.'ortl1, 238 Lloyd Wagner, 174 Patricia Xiagner. 125, 162, 197 R03 XVagner. 67, 174 Jam Wahl. 114, 139, 226 Jon Wahl, 238 38 Janet YVait, 157, 226 Robert XValden, 255 Dennis XVulker, 62 Judy Yllrlker, 238 Kathie XValker, 161 Dyyain XVal1, 166 Elmer XVall, 117, 127, 216 Nancy XVull, 216 111L'l1L1l'Cl Wall. 226 Patricia XValluce, 260 Richard Muller, 166, 238 Danny XVallin, 65, 238 Nancy XVallquist, 255 Beverly lVnlsh. 116, 121, 197 Barbara Xllrltemath, 114, 238 Sandra XVulters, 162, 216 Deanna Warren, 50, 129, 160, 196 Jon XYiu'ren, 138 Arlene XVaskowiak. 255 Jenelle lVatts, 238 Rolland YVaugh, 122 David XVebber, 127, 216 Paula lVeber, 136, 238 James VVeddel, 226 NVil1iam VVeekly, 88 Linda XVeeks, 160 Karen XVeers, 120, 238 Darrel VVeis, 255 Benjamin VVelch, 197 Ronda YVelch 155 Don XVe1ls, 168 Gary XVells, 216 James XVells, 238 Patricia VVelty, 255 Gordon XVemhoft, 255 Patrick lVenzl, 94, 174, 238. 258 Joan XVerbloW, 255 Carolee XVerner, 136, 238 Janet XVerner, 255 Douglas Wert, 255 Laura XVert, 255 Carol lVescott, 144, 238, 259 Jean XVesterbeck, 216 Norman lVesterbuhr, 148, 166 Connie lVestergren, 255 Robert Vlfetjen, 65, 255 Robert XVet'ta, 255 Larry XVheeler, 216 Roger Xlfheeler, 52, 226 Michael XVhetstone, 179, 226 Joan XVhisler, 238 Colleen Wlfhite, 256 Robert VVhitehouse, 108, 109, 174. 216 George Vfhitriey, 216 Paul VViCe, 53, 140, 217 Daniel NVidhalm, 256 Bruce XVidick, 65 Douglas W idick, 65 Sue Ann XViebe, 256 Louise NViegand, 114 Daniel YVieseman, 180. 238 Kay Vlfiester, 136, 154, 262 Patricia Wiggins, 150 Sharon VViggins. 16, 199, 256 Sanda XVigham, 256 Daniel YVilc0x, 217 Gilbert XVilcOx, 238 Joyce XVilder, 161, 256 Linda VVi1dman, 256 Glenda VViles, 256 Judith XVilken, 155 Sharon XVille, 154 Glenn XVillemS, 256 Anna Marie XVilliams, 217 Cheryl XVilliams, 97, 160 Frederick VVilliams, 217 James NVilliams, 50, 53 Leonard XVilliams, 65 Thomas VVillis, 172 Barbara NVilson, 256 Donald NVilson, 62, 88 James WVilson, 126 Joseph XVilson, 256 Nancy XVilson, 118, 150 Marianna VVimberley, 125, 226 Melvin VVindhorst, 172 Gloria VVingert, 26, 132, 256, 262 Jim lVinter, 256 Linda XVisdom, 150, 239 Tom XVisdom, 87, 168 Gerald Wfise, 45, 98, 174, 257 Neil XViseman, 180 Darrel Vlfissmann, 256 Cheryl Mfitham, 116, 150, 151, 198 Judith VVithh, 217 Mary VVobig, 256 Jack NVolfe, 108, 116, 127, 1 Cheryl XVood, 53 Leillonnie VVOod, 133 Richard XVood, 169 Sharon Wood, 154 Sharon Katherine WVood, 239 James XVoodward, 144 Josiah YVoodward, 217 Gloria Woolsey, 256 Calvin VVorden, 239 Melyin XVorden, 226 Gary NVorrell, 62 Marcia VVortman, 217 Terrance Wforhnan, 256 Donna VVright, 136 Layonne XVujek, 161 Alistair NVyatt, 67, 108 Jack Yarrington, 239 Keith Yeackley, 256 Robert Yoder, 256 Linda Yost, 256 Patricia Yost, 256 George Young, 138, 256 Jack Young, 172 Karyn Young, 256 Leona Young, 114, 239 XVilliam Young, 67 Rodney Youngquist, 217 Thomas Youngquist, 50, 239 Mary Zabawa. 239 Jon Zajicek, 167 Edward Zak, 256 Vincent Zavala, 67, 239 Catherine Zavgren, 138, 239 Dale Zebert, 256 James Zeleski, 239 Julia Zeller, 100, 134, 155 Sheryl Zelske, 217 Donald Zikmund, 179, 256 Douglas Zikmund, 178, 239 Sue Zikmund, 116, 125, 131, Imo Jene zi111g,97, 116, 131 Donald Zimbelman, 50, 256 Standley Zimbelman, 256 Ellen Zimmerman, 256 David Zimmers, 168 Judy Zlomke, 256 Alfred Zuege, 239 74, 226, 261 150, 226 , 160, 198, 199, 217 il. -3 -, -I -. . 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