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V 537. , mn 1 1 ,P digg V J 1, v I by , i MY? ,Q . ,, di' .V QB, It' picnic time New year, new faces, new site-the hot dogs looked vaguely familiar though. The all-school picnic was held the Sunday before classes began. Two trucks unloaded the food just noith of the Administration Building and the majority of the 4,399 students gathered for the free feast. Now it's up to the cleanup crew. Ph L . ' I or f. nth- '- fv -Y: rf- 1?-i2f.:L:j,f '- M Pam Jeppsen 3 K . 'L"5'u1 in an P! ' V , .f XF'-'5w 1 "i7:ff-1 ' Gloria Coady 26 ng f'-Tx' li ag V . Li, 5 'Q 4 Q fix ,iii 1, lui 'i-l,""2 ,. 2,?,','? I az:-g-54 4212.-:'f: , ., fwxf- A , -f. : SIA.. . ,A 'F 1 l F I' 1' 1 . ll Sz? Q' 3 .. We -4 W, . A ug! mp, .Q 'C V! -C Y q Mary Jo Hindreiehs IA V P gf' ..- N , A 1 ,S -L ' 'rm R ' rx .L 53-I j -ff ll Linda Russell M T ...K 5 H xx M X ' e A :A 1 a .:- .V.. .. wa. X X ' Cheryl Murphy Legs for the nited Fund Beatrice Matuscllin was announced the winner of the 4'Miss Legs" contest in Novernber. The contest, sponsored by SUAC, netted S575 for the Kearney United Fund. Miss Beatrieels shapely legs collected 352003. Q. ,..-, -Hg, Beatrice Matuschin Winner 5 I RH .. . . Carol Lambley Bronco days, '66 The Bronco Days fever started with a morning pep rally, western out- fits, and the ATO Victory Bell. Saturdayis game with the Hastings Broncos ended with a winning fever. 36 to 6. Bronco bustin, was easy this year. Kxcreyv The Group? They might be the college hand rejects. but they did provide swinging Bronco bustin, music. NE 6 M603 ia1:n.v,..,..av..m-F-.... -M -5 h Wsy lyiawzrnwim 6: :.im.A-4' v - W 'f P '-11'f"lQ gg,-pf, 1'-LNG-'tx Wt' if f 1 if 4. fsailewq? as-a-fa: 53 is f 1 gf in 'gig .wks N 4. is it Q .P itfikf -P114 vw: H:-11" 'JVLHQ gg if g . . Q . . 3 9 'U Y .f ' is 1 1 X l in A lf W ill' 56351 lilzflift fzli' "' ' if " ' ' - T'. '-'P ' 4, ff. 5 1 'i li 5,-L if 'gnu l ,, ,fa ff- a - . - . X 319' PX' 'P Q. , .ii g L- irc '. flu -, .f j x L il, .ya -'X 'jv -rf q 5 sg, ii. ' h . 5 ' - ' J - "g ,,.'g-T'hQ ,- f' if ,Q 'Am' n . x. lt wg A 'ft e -1 i f L fi -' . N xi.. Q Z- , ' ' ' "ima , fgw , . . .. . ...,'.:s.:,1,e1avf'.5G ,.- .. ff." f' The massed bands, 4-3 of them, produced a good halftime show Band Da , 1966 Bands from 43 Nebraska cities gathered to add to the color and excitment of Band Day. A long march through downtown Kearney started the day. The halftime show was all theirs since this yearls Band Day and Home- coming Were a Week apart. Color, good music, crowds-Band Day, 1966. -v., 1 1 A ,, -2 xg? Only 13 more blocks to o Chad of Chad and Jeremy. Entertainment Big crowds were drawn by big name en- tertainment. The College saw the appear- ences of Chad and Jeremy and Friends and the Ambassadors Jazz Band. X Q Q K X Ian Whitcomb rounds out the evenin with Chad and Jeremy and Friends. A whole lot of soul. 29 Young and Old enjo Homecoming V , The Colle e marchmc band demonstrates its new style. r The 1966 Homecoming Queen candidates were: First row: Betty Jo Armagost, Marty lVlcCarty, Cheryl Lauer, Marsha Spelts and Sandy Holen. Second row: Donna Jamison, Sue Divan, Sue Loontjer, Carol Lambley and Christine Poffenberger. Third row: Kathy Hesse, Janette Kruse,LaVonne Lichti, Sue Zikmund and Judy Malone. ju' 'ff fl fr n-1 x Parades can be painful for some. xt 3 -1- E:.,Q:.,: . X . Ki' ., A w -fs x He. -, ',,f S3 'K Q at-fl: 'ske in-,'-f::,u - fx 41- as., 1:-ans , ,151 1 -.VS 4-: ,X ,I -Q 2'- Y, 4zE5gf'4N .g5 ':E1252i1'i'3: A, Q13 1' -5 Li- , I Qui V1 xii: :maz- 'F '.--Q: as: ' sr. z aff: - 15.4 - 515: - .fifi 1 gig: 29' Tl':-gs.: eff? . 5:55 W., 1:55:41 - , ,V,, Q -11.-8.-. - -- , .25 5211- ff e ,. vmigf, x GTZ . -Q A ,J . X A kiss from the president. Queen Carol and admirer The Chi Os and their Captain Hook float could not help t hood the Wayne State Wildcats as Kearney lost 10 to 6. 'M JJ M" "'i 'iw rl i l ll nw 1 1 4 it .. H fe' jill ak i l X l WZ qi TN! dui lt 4 a' lf' ' E a 1 F fi if fin: l ,Il N ',, 4 l . li 1 tri V f X, A 1 1 E l f Y 4 l 5. Q T1 .. - fa. We 1, IQ Q ' . , , 0 4 4 i' V 1 . he Antelopes lt ', ,A ,.., Y... Y zv, 5. ' , ,Malm- 19 If 'ou Carft see. you 'ust sit in the shade and lot the 3 . .l parade go by. 31 N. f Vx The foiled villain. . ff-fn 1 - how strike again Sally Dean, Omaha freshman, at the end of her The work of an actor is never done, modern CIHIICC- especially when the actor is also a s ,A X X . lighting technician. Union fun Mike Wo1'kman and Marty Knohel Won the swing stick contest sponsored by the Antelope. Mike and Marty wound the hall on the string around the stick in 13 seconds flat. Milt Rogers won the pie eating contest sponsored by SUAC. A bit messy but fun anyhow. Bicarhonate any- one? Barbara Nazzaro figures that if she hand feeds Mike Johnson they can finish first. Sue Trambley and partner try their skill at hip swinging. Larry Dutton. Bayard freshman. sav- ors his last hite like a good loser should. This is how itls done. 33 The Holiday Inn may never recover. l X rt Ball celebrities Dotty Levy, Bob Reading, John Fowler, and Gerald Chris- tensen model their prize winning costumes. The first Beaux Art Masquerade Ball, spon- sored by the professional and honorary fra- ternities of the Fine Arts department, was held in February at the Holiday Inn. Dotty Levy and Bob Reading Won first and second prizes, respectively, for the most beautiful costume. ' John' Fowler, as Snoopy and Gerald Christen- sen, Won iirst and second place in the humor- ous division. Royalty, no less. Dr. James E. Todd once again head- ed the annual Midwest Conference on World Affairs at Kearney State for the fourth consecutive year. This year's Conference was repres- ented by 49 embassies, governmental officers and other speakers from over 40 countries. Among these were six from Africa, five from North and South America, eleven from Asia, twelve from Europe and five from the Middle East. Representatives came f 1' o m t h e United States State Department, Lib- e1'ia, Canada, Tunisia, Italy, Pakistan, Viet Nam, The Netherlands, India and Tanzania. Keynote speakers for the main ses- sions were His Excellency Vasco Leita- ode Cunha, ambassador of Brazil, The- dore C. Achilles, former ambassador to Peru, Dr. Frank Underhill, former professor of history at the University of Toronto and United States Senator Gale McGee of Wyoming. fPlCll11'CS are from the 1966 conferencej. 4th Midwest Conference on World ffairs A n fn SJ few it !i t .ottct -- A-, -so World Affair brings interest W' 'fb lui' gf? -,1,,,,5:li"1Sg 5' . 3' '. .3 . Small seminars enabling more students to engage in dialogue with delegates were held during the third annual Conference on Wo1'ld Affairs. ,fp .- an , 1 S I- ' 53 U hiv., I . 6 James R. Mitchell, Council General of Canada X l Joast O. Rothy. from Indonesia. talks and students listen. as ' 19' 13: W ., 'fy , , is ,ft f 1" .H fn William A. R. Walker, Jamaican delegate, talks with Cheryl Lauer and Bill Jensen at the Student Council Tea. Even dignitaries such as Raja Ram, if . India representive, take time out for a ,RG ' 4 4' f. xf ' i va ,, tk ez R N N x- A if luncheon. i H .As N l I I 1 66 Homecomin Queen 670,105 .KQHZEZEI9 Miss Kearney State Lane cgbdcgaz American Ro al Beaut G 1: Z - M f x Q f ff 4 , - - : G . V 1 fy 5 g 1 2.4 fy 1 ev g 3 f ,- , A Q . XT""v:'vf, 1.v.m4::-xg. .- ,ez-Nw . ww. V .X emi . A . ,f la' I Aj Ag is 5 15 fi .' is Ni ,,.,, 4? i QS fi E ' , . 2 if . 49 . X, is .. 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Us Q ' fn5f"' Q . ,,!.X. ,,. Xxx? .lj dv Q an mx Q 'U- 1' , 'M , n dm ,, .. "H, .X Q 35:95 J-f'1fY'ii',?'?T3'El'Q'f- ,..,'1q-,'1."..:f,.5111gfgaff 1-.wg b - Q X 2 1'-N X5ff,w.i'g:g:.,123?2C5iE!?aezt:5 4' '?,,., .jg ,.yf,,g.--v:L1:,.,.N 'Ag ,. ,,ii:'',fef'-1r.i?3?fQ-W2ffwffia 5.1, . ..,,., vm. Q A .,..xf,,x 4 vg- 4-1-'fUvP"5" --1f"xtei:f X F v" ' ' - "K'F'3Lj'E-fri?-.ffgz5. Lg! 7 , 3' . 1' x '1'ef-1:'.',-rfiiiasfifiuzx-' . :,,?5iaaL5,:u:v gr: xTffiifq-zif:7:'ugf'?-fx: .. - .f-,,,.,,,3.,. .. , ,. ns, 1.1m X, . 4, f'g.::5-L ',.ml"::T'. A N U- .,1, 1 ww.,-..... , ' V, 3 " "1-.Ulf-.Lifi3fi1e -ft: 21 1-e.1-Biff Q4-x 2 .p:.,,s,.!v-, MQ x.: ua-1121 -K.a1": 4. ,,,z:g.3:,: '1 M.-kg.. .N 1., 0, .. x E. 'Z X 1 x 'f , A- '43 3 Seated: James Knapp, Kearney, Dr. F. J. Brown, Genoa: Dr. Gordon Shupe. Wayne Bernard Spencer, Nebraska City, James Lane, Ogallala. Standing: Dr. Freeman Decker, coordinator of state college, Henry Freed, Chaclrong E. Albin Larson, secretary to the board. , Governing Board State Colleges of Nebraska The Honorable Norbert T. Tiemann Governor, State of Nebraska Milton J. Hassel, B.S., M.A., Ph.D President, Kearney State College 5214257 1 Zif, ij 1 X1 4 , 3,0 I, . , , ,.,., . ff , Dr. James E. Todd N 'A Administrative Assistant Marvin R. Stovall Director of Business Affairs ,,.,-'-'- " -' ' 4 W" 1' , vu ' 1 .,f' Donald K. Briggs Director of Publicity S Dr. Curtis B. Siemers Mrs. Ruth Sisler Associate Dean of Students Associate Dean of Students , ii, Z Bernhard F. Stutheit Dean of Student Personnel Services 4-t!!'l"l Dr. Paul Gaer Dr. Myron L. Holm Dean of Instruction Director of Graduate Studies Del Danker Director of Placement Bureau Earl Rademacher Ass't Registrar and Director of Data Processing figs- J. H. Horner Registrar and Director of Admissions Doyle Howitt Director of Housing 511:45 E' , '- 'f. "ff ' Dale Ingram Business Office Manager B611 A. Thompson Director of Libraries , !ZWW"f:2-Si'Z"- '24 " 1 Qgyq ,, 1 V ,,,,, , L R. J. Ehly Business Ofnce Assistant Wfard B. Schrack, Jr. Student Union Director , . , :H - '37, .K q X , Yi 1 N D' I ...t,,.,...,,,. X -K ., V .5 ,Q Ts' L, A yi. re- ' , fig ,Ln t "r JI ' , X in 'Erma 'MM-. I Donald E. Tewell Director of S ecial Services Lffzj.-'. ., . P gg q.,,2. ,, .Y R. Burr Standley -. ' I Superintendent of Buildinvs and Grounds Billy' E. Redden 1,f'?ffQ D Kearney State Foundationw M E ' 39 ' ,., -IQ! Jerry Stromer Counselor .35 Alberta Martin vi, I! ,...... 1- 5 3 , X Q X if-f Dr. William Walker College Doctor Carolyne Sarnmons Ass't to Registrar Wx WM Weary Georgean Kamrath Library Circulation K . 12'-' av -qi - , -. , 7 liii, , . ilz Ruth Schini Order Librarian 'X I YW' vii 'Nu' 'Qipq-vit" - 'I ,, Frances Scott Viola Green College Nurse Student Health ' .av Dean Waddel Doris Timperley Libr. Reference Ass't. Reference Librarian 5-. - HQ- 'W :Q m A lla? Martha Jensen Bev Deist Library Assistant Library Assistant xx Division of Language and Literature 'W .s ii V D, P1 1 PF Xxx 'ff N X - - w . X ' ,V K v . . Qi S ,E '-'P' f 2' 'x sig. LGE.. -'iw' Hf1T1'5' H- HOHIHHH Dwight Adams Dave Anderson Division Chairman English English YQ Sd' Joseph Carroll English fny' . li R a Don Duryea English Air.. ,-34: ,. 1 Thomas Godfrey English Q .v i V .lohn Cegielski Richard Cloyed Journalism English ., ., ll. xg if . 'infix Helen Easterhrook Martha Ferguson English English W .-.,.a.vn,Tm.fvvf-v9 -, . ' , Earnest Grundy Harland Hoffman English English uv! Hb-'A 'rr f Roy Blazer Duer Brady English English , ,J Lil, '- 1155 x A i A ' ' E Q x 9 .V , if A 1 X Harold Colony Meriam Drake English English o i ' 5 Ni' I "4 ' fi fa J. Paul Fritton Edna Furness English English X .K 'l is QW' I as. A if : w 'i.v ii I f, ., iii. 5. 'riff Zellamae Hoffman English Helen Istas German 8 Spanish John, Jenson ' fs., W 4 Dorothy Klein Tracey Miller Eugene Mullen ,J ff .I "-wx V 1 w-rt 1: 1 f .lean Pc-tilt Journzilism English English Library Science English - , sf- '14 K- 3 A is ' Ki L , -A 1 Y . , E ff .. 0 s YW :El-S: V 5 'Tm , A MT X ' V' f W. 'M ' " Lg, F , Hazel Pierce Marlene Plambeck Vernon Plamheck Phyllis Roherts Aristides Sosa English English English French Languages i,LE.! , X wg :NE Z ,r .5 W. 0 Y 3: fkgi., ' g ,. , gh, Q ,A - -31 K I k,"Qf-A ""'- an .- -. A ' Q F64 " Vi' W 5, , Q., N 5 , A 1.1 ,.,,v X : A fn V 1 1:wi5fif1fQ-f F 2,2-ia?J1'. " Donovan Welch Hargis Westerheld Walter Wictor Gene Wilkinson English English English Languages X 121 N oiS.4m Di i ion of Education and Ps chology n ,, 1,33 Q. tt.. 5 ? i da gh 41 'fo 69" :V X- 2 , f t-- f c., E .. JL'-a tc sg Af- 1 . Robert DuFresne -Xdelalidel Bfillill George Bl0Cker Holland Bowers Harold Davis Dixision Chairman Education Education Education Elementary Education It t Y' Y ' ' ' i-g-- - ,Q "ji, t it ,t 2 ,,4Q ,, I IDN: ,wx . .el w 4n.--- E-...pf Leona Failor Education and Psychology F " at '- if ax I , .tttt ago A mf Q 1 'Sa . s t if t lg :F ic:--v , tit, , it , , x . . 32 Karl Huges Education 'F-'es t,.,x Ein' Halvin Johnson 92 W 'Q-if 5 Y Marvin Knittel Education 81 Psychology Education 81 Psychology ,Iggy a 4,534 ' 'L if V Dale Mills George Morris William Nelson Louis Ninegar Maurice Sergeant Education Audio-Visual Aids Education S Student Teaching Education Education tg..-J' Q ra Q fy 'f' If , F. M. Sltada k Education 8 Student Teacliinff 54 f- 4- ,ps Kmvvfs' "-:s t int '- s3f--'- V - it X x QSX ik X X X1 1 X ... Q X X 5 . Marvin Spracklen Education S Psychology sv- R t g y. V til: g - I 'S X .t f so ff' Donald Stumpff Psychology sf' ear Wilma Stutheit Elementary Education -az.. I ' - ' x f.....i .P ' Q , ' -dr Wayne Marshall Elementary Education ax, 4-5,- Paul Wilmont Education S Student Teaching Division of Fine Arts QWN w L, ,, 2. N'-:L-ffg:,1, 1 ' , f ' af -Q, .law . - 4,-1 Q: x- l H ' 171:51 " v 27 ' + " V . 6 ell, L, V f l If 4:5 1 V A : ' 1 I 'V I ' in qi-g xf l, , X . '31 'H . "1 , ff "' xx 'Lv' Sl l V5 ,X l Q: x I- 4' , ' v' f A A ' l?L""'V f L i -H 'ar - M ' Harold L. Ahrendts Arthur Bates Ronald Butler Rfilllllll Crvflivr Carl Easterlwrmyk Nlaurim- Evklrfl' Division Chairman Music-Piano Speech Music Nlusic-Vol-gl Spm-ch . f ,V f WV-V ig ggg , f ,i ,if 7-V fjff r ' V ,1 ' Fi' " S 2.32 af A WN ' rr ix , -. L, L . 5 ,I K 'B' an . we , W L -5 , , V ,f L -L Gerald Feese Elmer Holzrichter Fred Koontz Robert Kunkel Robert Larson Music'Orchestra Art Speech Debate Spec,-cli 8 Radio ' V . f Q A 3.1"-2:5 V TV ' m :I 1 N Q 945 . Q, L U ' -3' f y ' ' G - .. I . jg ' 832, F 5 -' ' '-' We 'N ' ff.: '--1. 0 6 4 - ' .L Keith Lowry William Lynn Mary Jo Morrow Harold Oaks Emmett O'Leary Art MusicfVocal Speech Pathology Speech 8 Theatre Speech ,.. X .A z x , we xflw Vi Sv:-, 'wax . , we rx r Y 1 ,i :. X ' A, ..,.,,l.,. Myron Osterberg Music-Vocal . -, ie ,g + X . Q, I.. , ci ' ' R F 2 s 1 Y A X :N X Arnold Sivils Music Larry Peterson Art 3 ., A , I ' 5.3, M., -rv it W .,,,r,i 9 V 'Q ff l , '14 .af g , 1' Larry They:- Speech K zlhvjili I . nl I James Phillips Art Q, it .- gr 15- 9. f x '..i:-V-QA' KX... X X N .f..-Q-fsfm. N Nm. . , X N 'Q ki x X ex Q X Y x A w A X Q 3 I Q. . . -x ..,,, ,- -. f i Donuld Thompwn Speech Q fa, . - if . . v I J.: X . ,, ,V aw' X -- I D Kenneth Rumery Music ., .-1 1 , ,wr ,Tan g V . 'r"- .5 1 'U .,r Y. g ,....v- xt 1 A F, Gaylord Tlioniue -9 ,A L... X A fa., 3 . ., .- 'nz 'R'-?,g,fig3g.:,f'Zf-l ya- f.,- .Q 2 4 ,Q sq' f Ruylnonrl Svliullzf Art 17 Q' ' fwiliuamw -- , n , - V 4' , I ,sf ,i P -'-f... A hu' .luvk Kiirruker Hind. Nluaiv U1-purtliii-lil l'lf'aul. girl llvpzirtiw-ii! Education Division of Physical rx R . 535.5 5. ' 3 os x.- 'sg' N , . 1 V . .. Q 2-1 . "ie T -Vg gif? " A' 23 ' img A 31.41 A Eugene Beck Joan Division Chaimian Phys. Ed. Charles Foster Fred Gerhardt Athletic Director. Track Coach Baseball Coach fs :qs 4 J. Annette Reed Phys. Ed. ...- I A t Blerwin Roeder Phys. Ed. Bailey -Q' Kathleen Hansen Phys. Ed. sims f bl 'R Q Y t Ir' A x 1 A 1, 4 . Betty Bethel Leland Copeland Phys. Ed. Intramurals , ,:,,.'s. . 4.5. , ,lv-y...,mv Wayne Samuelson Basketball Coach Mal: Richard Eherhardy Swimming Coach 'f""fiTXif V , .K . J' .4 6 4 ,Q f it, 1 A K In V ia' i Q. . . , A Q Robert D. Hauver Leslie Livingston Wrestling Coach Tennis 81 Golf Coach as .f . no 2 ' ' , , 'Zi--7 5-Q-. ' Allen Zikrnund Joe D. Willis A551 Football 8 Ass't. Athletic Directo Wrestling Coach Football Coach .X 1 TTY- - " ' ., a ,, 3 . 2- ' ' ,.- -- ew W' t i P 'L N. -,,,.- . s , A fi, 1 'V " , . , ' , :IRQ I ' .'.ia?Sn f . ful. -Q in A K , .Y -P--NJ H iff S 9 ' i ' 372' Q 3 ' a ., KM x M V , . N w,,x,h t . g -1-...W - . . l 2 5 " A ... -t - r N 5 N f S f -H gi 4 ..... , , H E .3 4 V gig 5 S, A F 3 'mm' Vit.,-sg i 1 ,Q cv b CLC... U: W , ' . fox ' tr 1 EY' l , .. V PM 5 I f , V Wuxi' 1 3 , 1 Nw ,, . 5 3 Eg f ,- ,a fy , I. N A Y ,V f.,, if Nix, 1 Y' ' I ' "H 1 -'yt ' - 1' ,, 1 ' of ' 4 gs:-3-3 e .sw - ,f ' - X -fx ' 1 I A -. ,. ff .2-+ , ' - .. fl - ' f A ' 'l 'fl '- K il -'ifffifii '21 1 I." - lwiiif' - ' ?r.k .A . rf' 'i" f" A " ' -1--1 'K ' 'K ' 5 L i ,- L H .Q t , Q V ' 2 " Q lit ilk , - .1 m i x Yi F M' f, rv lx' V l X l l D . 1 -if Qi , " . 3' " ' f 1 J - or - as ., ,I .. I - --2.5M4 ,4,L' I l -gg. 1 ,,,,...-of'-5-., a , -' , , 4 '-Q: I, .- P 4.3. . Q E ." 56. E 55 l :i?1lvi"" , 'K K w 5 ' A 57 . wt-fig? 452-:ffva ffl.. Division of cience and . V g-. elf l ' . :I C51 H' ' W Q57 ei my .', . 5 -S.,-A ,guyfl,??!x, I' ' ft ' , 'ii f Q A Q Donald E. FOX Richard Barlow Elm:-r Bocknizui Luclflie .l. llivnk Division Clmirman Nlfllll PllyS1CS Biology ' ' ' ' - i -' " ' ' -,"' "1 V ,,,, ' A- I. -rr., C V I ' , J 'i 's,..... " Q... - M ,I "ha-sv 1 ,,,, V - I ', - iifiii X' ' 'ii' i ,l. ,li 573 ' if .f s,'5lsl':: - ' Z Q f Lydia BUT-191' HHFVCY Cole' Robert Collingi Dnlo Fitzkc' Math Biology Math Math athematics ,, 1 -2- fi yr". ,al 'V 'X J ,, . Y AX H dl f. Pvtvr lllivkw-iistlefrft-1' .Iohn C. Blit-so Cllvlnistry Biology Mr .lohn Furiivy Biology X fur manor- Ke-ith Fredericks Physical Science MT " . , "vT.-T'L,F file David Heim Richard lkenherry Qle Kolstad John Kuevker L, M, Larson Douglas Lund Math Biology Head. Bwlogy Department Chemisllv Head. Minh Dummnem Biology l ---- 1 Mm, I o f W . -nun ' , , ii rf V 71 f fi" l in 454 I 5 N t " ,L - 41" 5 47 D xi:-fsiqlp i ' 5 SYHUICY Longfellow The-adore Nelson Isa Ruth Plank Bruce Stewart IVHH SIOHGS Biology Math Chemistry Math Math 1 ,a g -' , I ' iv' dp 1 AL 2- - ., Z Q I g, ' - if ' 1 '- A 1' mi , wan, -- ' "1 wr , 'FL .' F4 1 'l i 1 if V, -f--- f -i T .- . . 5 ,nz - ,. E V W mu -X 11: 9 Q . , A: . .lack Swanson Chemistry lanivs Swanson Chemistry Clayton True Biology Marvin Willituni Biology Q Glen Underhill Physics Division of Social cience . if .NOX va' Ll Q . W t x X -ff' .A X ,, K . i 5 . gk . 3 4 IL' . 1 ' Pl ,. ,.,.-I-4 5 iz Nvh-.. .v ' 1.- Philip Holmgren A. Steele Becker Harold Bloetein Martin Carlson Raymond Davis Mary Ewing Dui ion Chairman Geography' 13011110211 5C1CIlCf? Social Science Political Science Economlce - ' gtxttglwrt t-w' P K ' ' -,-2 ft, -. tt 1 t 5" ' . Q , '-if 1 1 .M 'N ffm' " f-'T a er Z 'B sg fi ,, t fit? , "'-'tl' ga i ,. N 9 t . 'L fi at f.. 1 A Keith Heaton Raymond Johnson Otto .Lohrenz Sharon Martens Dale Nugent Political Science Sociology History Political Science Social Science .9 N ' ,' , 4' "" 5 e , 'fill s' ' , 1 6 l "hw A ' fl ' ' ' " i :A x v .. t i 1 V, - 2' l ' 'f - Ii V W tv.- . ,t I cw X - . A uw- hi- 7, i V.?x. . P it N W S P , ff- Nh' X t I f ' ,J ff. -- -X ti Q, X ,N-",. :I -1' a f ., S521 7 lifltr W. is' X ix .phi-' 4 ' we S P .,i, fff w' .A . 1 X., it ,. Q i q , is I ' 5 l ff . A A ' '- f. X- ' JI . 1 ' "1 -1. . ffX"'f Ann O'Quinn Donald Schmidt N. Donald Searcy Max 513319 .lames Smith History Political Science Geography GEOSTHPIW HISTOTY Davld Qtex eneun Hiatory Marvin Stone Geography "--ar Robert Talbott Hietorv iw-AN, -,har x..-Q 0 T Ventress History ,Z Wilfred Wortman Economics l 3-x ft' xi 4 ' Division of ocational Art Ia, V.. -s..W,,,rR5S:5 ax X x -N , Floyed Krubeck ' x M . - i- X. - V ,f l ., x .Qi ,Nah Y xv ' ' 7 v ' ' '-flfshsf. luv' ,:- X 'fix FW: , ,. st , " xx, K - -en- --.., . PM . " 5 E . ,A-:.r2s21., Merle Brady w 4 S -nn, 1 A Xi: Eugene Buck ET? w l . 5 xr: -if I Kenneth Carlson tif,-' Maynard Envick -mu Kenneth Errett Division Chairman Home Economics Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Business . Q I if K Ii . ,-- . as ' -. 3 - Y if i :Q -f f - . A - 'ff K er , iz 'M' F li s 1--523 5 Ks 5 5.5333 i x . 1-. , I gi. Ag. . ' V A I- . Ella Higgins' David Qarwood Edith Qunlicks Maurine H0651-ber Edward jewen Ronald Landau-Om Home Economics Business BUSINESS Home Economics Business Business e 'e ' - A X' A at ie r - Wilma A. Larsen Ora F..Lindau Dorothy lVIcArthur Warren Messman Edward G, Mdnson Home Economics Industrial Arts Business Industrial Arts Industrial A115 --nr Margret Morton Business Frances Smith Home Economics v" Ii1" f-F , 5? 1 e""' 5 .f "fi Clara Qckinga Roland Rahte Business Business ,vv,.' f A- V , le A ' is r.N, I ' t r s. ,- 'f 5 -if us., sa. .2 P " - r ,.' "4 'X T William Waddle Roland B. 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A,iidiIifj'R'3"?L-1:12 Loper grldmen finish strong, Capture AIA rushing title Kearney State gridders used a punishing ground at- tack in 1966 to gain national honors and an impres- sive 8-2 record. Loper backs ran for a net yard total of 3,701 yards, and average of 370.1 yards per game. The 370.1 average gave KSC the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics rushing championship in 1966. The Antelopes also broke school records in 1966, gaining 4,376 yards for the season, and rushing for 599 yards in a single game against Chadron Oct. 22. The season hiked Coach Allen Zikmund's coaching record to 89-20-1. Several Lopers were given in- dividual honors following the season. Randy Rasmussen, Gary Wo1'rell, Don Wilson, Rich Osentowski, Lannie Shel- madine, Lee Jacobsen, Don Wells, Ken Carmann, Bill Maggiacomo, and Neil Kaup were named to the Nebraska College Conference all-star team. Shel- madine was KSC's leading ground-gainer with 686 yards in 131 carries. Jacobsen was the Antelope scoring king for the third straight year with 81 points. Bill Maggiacomo, Randy Rasmussen, and Myron '4lVlike" Inselman were elected honorary team captains by fellow squadmen following the final game. OUCI-ll! . . . Such could be the comment of Loper halfback Lannie Shelmadine U1-J after being jarred by a Wayne defender. .1 M... g1l,,,1, , Coach Zikmund in ecstasy as his Antelopes score a come-from-behind touchdown against Northern State. 5, v .9- Linebacker Don Wells I 351 leads the initial charge that puts the clamps on a Ft. Hays back. KSC opened its season in fine style Septem- ber 10, with a smashing 43-14 victory over Eastern Montana State at Billings. The Lopers posted one of their best-ever opening game performances, gaining 479 offensive yards. Fullback Lee Jacobsen led the KSC scoring parade with 13 points, and halfback Keith Staehr scored two touchdowns. The Yellow- jackets were stymied by a urock-ribbedv de- fensive charge led by Ken Carmann and Bill Maggiacoma. The Lopers ran their season record to 2-0 on September 17, defeating Washburn University at Topeka, Kans., 21-6. KSC's dazzling de- fense nursed a narrow 7-6 lead until the Loper offense jelled in the final period. Washbum slammed into KSC territory three different times during the early stages of the fourth period but managed to get only one touch- down. Halfback Lannie Shelmadine scored on a six- yard run with 5:43 left in the game to get the Antelopes out of danger. The Lopers scored again during the final minute to gain their final victory margin. ,,,...35f- K C shells 'Jackets, ashburn Hes'-Iff-Ne-eE.Er-s.-- .x xx , .0 t iv .s. . ass, X Q 1 'erik M '34, ft - fi N X. " gl s :Ea t g 'X as N , 2' E 5 ,.f' Quarterback Rich Ostentowski is treated for an injury. www Ev' KSC defense stops a Wayne ball-carrier. Lopers lose to Ft. Ha s, Wa ne Kearneyis first home game ended in dis- appointment on September 24. The Lopers were blanked by Fort Hays 20-0, marking the first time in five years that a KSC team had been shut out. The Tigeris stand-out was full- back Rich Dreiling, who crashed through Lop- er defenders for 136 rushing yards. The Ante- lopes failed to capitalize on six scoring chances throughout the contest. KSC opened Nebraska College Conference action at home against Peru State, October 1. The Antelopes treated a partisan Band Day throng to a 54--O shut-out of the Bobcats, aveng- KSC,s hard-running backlield is set for action as quarter- back Rich Osentowski C14-J prepares to hand the ball off. -. xt.: . -. fa. s ff ' "T - , 5 L . .v . I' . ., -77' ' jg ' , ,-az h . -p - - grip. ,.,. E 'ii vS3'ii 5fff' 1. ! :.'3 , :R l.. ..., ..,'.,,S,,K,.,,,,,I.V, gsm! fgffvttwww lima Q- ,Q ,sa 'I . ,. qt., X V , +1 fi. Q I 4 .Sum H ia I 'tp' - A :.. -' -KHW, M In , Q .F 8 if iw. . 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K N , . 3. , ,X.b,d we 3-.wwy wget-gg --A 1.-rw . -xr, ,sa-vt s legs- 'N ,X V ,-. f . - - H , - .V -,-- . , Q. 5. .1 -s Q . 6,3-' 4 ,Q - QW iw' - w " ' ,V . , 'F " 'S 5.-:'.t,, .1i f 3 ' I V -H N . - Qagkgnvisrfiiaugg-e'1f 1. 1-wit f . " - rg - r VR ., V - Jia" Q.:-1-,'... ,nw-fl ..flz".:w.f,-,,s6..'.. - .Swiss ing a 1965 loss. KSC scored in every quarter and gained 558 offensive yards. Lee Jacobsen led the Kearney scoring with 18 points. Ken Carmann, Don Wells, and Dave Aspegren ac- counted for 26 KSC tackles. Bill Nelson, John Meyer, and Ron Laux made key pass intercep- tions. Kearney suflered a second loss at home against Wayne, 10-6. A disappointed October 8 Home- coming crowd saw the Wildcats take a 10-O halftime lead, then hold off KSC last half drives to win. The loss proved costly as Wayne Won the remainder of their conference games to clinch the NCC title. Kearney's only bright moment came in the third period, when John Meyer returned a punt 46 yards for the Loper's only touchdown. The Antelopes threatened again late in the game, a Neil Kaup pass missing the fingertips of a receiver at the Wayne five-yard line. The loss gave the Lopers a 3-2 record forthe first half of the season . 67 The Antelopes travelled to Mitchell, S.D., October 15, and gained a 35-14 win over the Dakota Wesleyan Tigers. The Lopers found a new offensive punch in the fine play of back- field standout Keith Staehr, Lannie Shellna dine. and Rich Osentowski. Linebacker Steve Liakos returned to action after a three-week injury lay-off and anchored the KSC defense. The Lopers continued their bruising ground game, crunching the Chadron Eagles 61-6 at Chadron, October 22. KSC rambled to a 42-0 first-half lead in gaining their fifth Win of the season. The Lopers gained 599 yards rushing for a school record. Steve Liakos was again the defensive star for Kearney. He was helped out by Ken Carnlann and Bill Nlaggiacorno. Defensive end Bill Nelson suffered a knee in- jury in the contest and was lost for the season. The Antelopes capped a most successful Bronco Days celebration on October 28, with a 36-6 victory at Hastings. Sophomore quarter- back Rich Osentowski triggered KSC,s attack with 155 rushing yards and two touchdowns. KSC defenders were tough all the way. Ron- nie Laux contributed one of his finest career performances. gaining 10 tackles. Laux was aided by other star defenders such as Ken Car- mann, Bill Maggiacorno, and Steve Liakos. The win gave KSC a nine-game win string over Hastings and boosted the season record to 6-2. Fullback Lee Jacobsen catches a pass against Ft. Hays. Jim Coffey f81J and Bud Hackbarth C651 nail Wayne,s Steve Gunther. 'ww 5 -.Q-qE..3,,....,v.-.Air-,,aa-s-y ...Z , ,- Front Rows Tom Kaminski, Fred Boelter, Dan Hansen, Joe Mo- hanna, Jack Kelly, Jim Hansen, Bob Buller, Grant Sparks. Scott Davis, Craig Lathrop, Gene Staehr, Dave Mabon, Dennis Brewer. Second Row: Manager-trainers Gary Brown, Jack Youngg Bud Hackbarth, John Meyer, Ken Carmann, Rich Dostal, J im Buck, Bill Maggiacomo, Randy Rasmussen, Mike lnselman, John Torczon, Bill Shonka, ,lim Coffey, Rod Melroy, Neil Kaup. Third Row: Richard Butolph, assistant coach, Bob Clay, assistant coach: 1nanager-train- ers, Roger McMillan, ,lim Zikmund, Steve Pitkin, ,lim Huffman, K C downs Dakota foes S 1 2-'Q I '21 H E Q , ..,, , Q , ix. . , , rg skis. ,r has-, - Nw- -,-: X L 'IM I -K Y' Q ug, ' Q . rv- F1 1 '-:,j- . -N Q 'Y '- : wi-Q 5 -Sf 15' xx .S -at . 'M fi- - - ' ' 'N Fig - Q u g " 1, g, 'V . C,-Q VE- h Z X if vgvn- " is 2 , . .. - Nfl ' 'X , ' ' ' 'f . T- f Ha i' ' . - i " 5 , t . -7, , ' "ss '. .5 l ., A-S x 5,1 ., . , - ifvisii if". - . . - as 'f -. e. " 511 ' ft' fsNfs,:3-QL. lx Q H in-Eg. i: 4' ve , -- ,Q 2 t, 1+- . Q - . ' s www., H - 1 1-L . , f E Vw was -sq, .. Qgmgi- - -..-gfs -as-ws1:' - ri- ' t .Q .,, - - t ' ' . " -iss: ,, .. . . WX -fig. k 'Ms X-ga Ng . gg j ,L 3 M . -A - Defensive halfback Bill Nelson heads for a touchdown after intercepting a stray Peru pass. DB3 Duane Kuhnelg ,lim Kulhanek, Lannie Shelmadine, Keith Staehr, Joe Patterson, Steve Liakos, Dale Naprstek, Lee Jacobsen, Dave Aspegren, Don Wilson, Foster Pokorney. Dave Dostal, Gary Thomp- son, Ron Laux, Jerry Gdowski, Dan Schepersg Head Coach Allen Zikmundg Assistants R. D. Hauver, Fred Gerhardt, Jerry Dunlap. ,loe Willis. Back Row: Don Wells, Dick Lungrin, Larry Studt, Robert Rasmussen, Bob Vokoun, Duane Donaldson, LaVerne Troudt, Lonnie Olson, Ron Hadwiger, Doug Lacey, Bob Wetjen, Rich Osen- towski, Wayne Klein, lim Crumley, John Eckhout, Bill Nelson. Kearney returned home November 5, and gained a 52-0 verdict over Minot, N.D. Rush- ing was again a Loper asset, with another out- standing total of 559 yards. Lannie Shelma- dine and Dave Aspegren scored two touch- downs each to spearhead the rout. Sophomore defender Don Wells led KSC defenders with 14 tackles. The Lopers finished their season at home on November 12 with a 34-13 win over highly- regarded Northern State, S.D. The Lopers trailed the prevously-unbeaten Wolves 7-13 going into the fourth quarter, but KSC fought back with four touchdowns in the final stanza. A 348-yard rushing assault against Northern was good enough to insure KSC the NAIA rushing crown , 69 KSC We Bbufn o o KSC Northern State The Season 1n revlew KSC W KSC NS First Downs 16 13 First Downs 27 11 Net Yards Rushing 212 192 KSC-Eastern Montana Net Yards Rushing 348 64 P35595 AttemPted 13 15 Statistical Survey Passes Attempted 7 18 P35565 C0mPleted 8 7 Passes Completed 3 7 Yafdi 1321551115 74 75 KSC EM Yards Passing 35 114 Total OHCTISC 286 267 First Downs 30 10 Total Offense 383 178 YardS PCI1HliZCd 45 22 Net Yards Rushing 326 57 Yards Penalized 15 45 Passes Attempted 17 24 Score by quarters: Passes Completed 10 10 Score by quarters: Kearney State 0 7 0 14-21 Yards Passing 153 130 Kearney State 7 0 0 277-34 W21Shb'-lm O 0 O 6' 6 Total Offense 479 187 Northern State 7 0 6 0-13 Yards Penalized 25 45 KSC-Fort Hays Statistical Survey KSC FH First Downs 17 15 Net Yards Rushing 147 269 Passes Attempted 27 5 Passes Completed 10 2 Yards Passing 103 22 Total Oifense 250 291 Yards Penalized 10 41 Score by quarters: Kearney State 0 0 0 0- O Fort Hays 0 13 0 7-20 KSC-Peru State Statistical Survey KSC PS First Downs 29 7 Net Yards Rushing 494 54 Passes Attempted 9 24 Passes Completed 4 8 Yards Passing 64 53 Tota1 Offense 558 107 Yards Penalized 65 45 Score by quarters Kearney State 7 14 13 20-54 Peru State 0 0 0 0- 0 KSC-Wayne State Statistical Survey KSC W First Downs 9 17 Net Yards Rushing 129 263 Passes Attempted 14 25 Passes Completed 4 10 Yards Passing 20 90 Total Offense 149 353 Yards Penalized 35 85 Score by quarters: Kearney State 0 0 6 0- 6 Wayne State 0 10 0 0-10 70 Score by quarters: Kearney State 0 13 10 20-43 Eastern Montana 0 7 7 0-14 SEASON RECORD KSC OPP- 14 Eastern Montana Washburn Fort Hays Peru Stated' Wayne Stated: Dakota Wesleyan Chadron State? Hastingstk Minot Northern State HFNCC Games KSC-Dakota Wesleyan Statistical Survey KSC DW First Downs 25 12 Net Yards Rushing 437 100 Passes Attempted 13 26 Passes Completed 5 14 Yards Passing 58 132 Total Offense 495 232 Yards Penalized 65 15 Score by quarters: Kearney State 7 14 7 7--35 Dakota Wesleyan 7 0 0 7-14 KSC-Minot Statistical Survey KSC M First Downs 23 13 Net Yards Rushing 559 150 Passes Attempted 11 14 Passes Completed 2 -1- Yards Passing 13 27 Total Offense 572 177 Yards Penalized 100 25 Score by quarters: Kearney State 7 24 14 7-52 Minot 0 0 0 0- 0 KSC-Hastings Statistical Survey KSC H First Downs 23 8 Net Yards Rushing 452 57 Passes Attempted 7 23 Passes Completed 3 8 Yards Passing 21 39 Total Offense 473 96 Yards Penalized 55 36 Score by quarters: Kearney State 9 6 7 14-36 Hastings 0 0 6 0- 6 KSC-Chadron State Statistical Survey KSC C First Downs 29 7 Net Yards Rushing 599 50 Passes Attempted 8 11 Passes Completed 4 5 Yards Passing 135 86 Total Offense 734 136 Yards Penalized 140 28 Score by quarters: Kearney State 14 28 12 7-61 Chadron State O 0 6 0- 6 i- as H 'fix N5 f Q.. . K .W 5 R it fi an-, fs? Front Row: Jerry Larson, Les Richling, Gene Staehr, Bob Placke, Bob Mulberger, Pat Mullen, Craig Lathrop, Fred Boelter, Jim Hinrichs, Rich Stahl, Larry Babcock. Second Row: Dan Hanson, Bob Larson, Greg Burger, Allen Conner, John Perkins, Grant Sparks, Scott Davis, Bob Buller, Robert Troudt, Tom Kaminski, Doug Shada. Dennis Andaries, John Richman, graduate assistant, Gerald Dunlap, graduate assistant. Third Row: Bob Clay, grad- uate assistant, Gary Olson, Ray Bradshaw, Lyle Heydon, Steve Knutson, Jim Crumley, John Eckhout, Jim Hanson, Jack Kelly, Mike Radzymski, Cliff Underwood, Joe Mohanna, Tom Bitterbush, Tom McGhie, Coach Bob Hauver. Back Row: Bob Vokoun, Rod Pollard, Jim Kulhanek, Dennis Brewer, Gordon Peeks, Tom Moore, Mike Samuekewicz, Jerry Hitchcock, Barry Heidtbrink, Mike Pfeifer. Bob Wetjen, Lonnie Olson. 6 , Kearney State's "BH footballers B footballers pgst 2-1 recgrd posted 3 2-1 record in 1966. coach Bob Hauver's crew split a two-game Hmm series with Ft. Hays HB2 squad, and defeated the Hastings College year- lings. Freshmen quarterback Scott Davis sparked the Lopers in the season opener at home against Ft. Hays, Sept. 26. Davis threw three touchdown passes in the 22-12 win. Two of the scoring bombs were to Jack Kelly. the other to Dennis Brewer. The return match at Hays proved to be a different story as the fired-up Tigers thumped KSC 39-7. The HBE" closed the season at home on Nov. 7 with a 33-13 win over Hastings. Bob Buller scored two touchdowns to lead the Antelope offensive showing. Dennis Brewer l82l is touchdown- bound after catching a Scott Davis pass against the Hastings "Bn squad. Teammates Jack Kelly 1123? and John Eckhout 1 1 D lead conference. 71 Front Row: Al Wyfatt, Tom Nelson. Bill Young. Eugene Schmidt. Vincent Zavala. Jr.. Jim Janski. Ken Purdy. Eldon Stokebrand. Ward Nelson, Back Row: Don NlcCandless, Jim Kendrick, Jim Harder, Keith Gress. John Peterson. Warren Christensen, Bill Coed- ert. Carroll Kinnaman. Gary Nlierau. Coach Charlie Foster Q -V' Mfg A K .an-91 4? rx C.. .199 1 fwfr'- W .V MM, 1 q., 1'.1 f ' 1 , 'w11'.5-C' V ' ' fl" ' , Anim. Vincent 'LJunior" Zavala rests after a tiring three-mile run. 'Qluniori' has been selected cross-country captain for 1967. Harrier Bill Young descends a hill on the Kearney Country Club course. Harriers take first In idwest AA meet ,-Q ww... 4, They're oii and running! Antelope cross-countrymen highlighted the 1966 season with a tenth straight Nebraska College Con- ference cliampionship. The Lopers used a solid 3-4-5-6 scoring-place wallop to gain the crown. Coach Charlie Foster's harriers also won the Mid- west AAU championship. The team earned respec- talile second-place finishes in the Peru State Invita- tional and District 11 NAIA meet, hut failed to win any of their dual meets. The Lopers lost the season opener to Air Force, and were defeated twice hy Ft. Hays in dual matches. The squad finished the season with a 15th place finish in the NAIA national meet at Omaha. KSC was sparked during the season by harrier captain Carroll Kinnamon, who led the Lopers in almost every meet. Other top cross-countrymen in 1966 were Vincent 6',Iunio1',, Zavala, Bill Young, Gary lVIierau, and Jim Harder. Zavala was chosen the 1967 captain following the season. S V. ' e ,-..-. f ii i ,:, ., I ,',A E gif- -: ts .4--.s: 5 5-,Li:k. R in ix lx- .Av ,. . . ,, . X N W, ,. New . 1 QM . ami gl. .K t . . . - i r -2' W ". , is , X 1 .sus ' ' , ' K vw : . e -' - ' 'xl J sg. W I "jg ts' - ' ,G E ..., , sg x V , 1 -1- ES., ,V f I 9 s V. , w f':1f5 41325: 'fin L, V J ,H :N-1 sg .. agifyzgsvvpizysssxixhiix ai 9-iksfseisq - 1 r 'i iii?-FF 5 .I:'1Yhf'-. 1 1. ' ' X f -. . Fffgfvfr t-.sz-5:25 5-isiwks , Captain Carroll Kinnamon l287j shows the form that made him KSC's top cross-Countryman in '66. is-in 9' Lv"Iv'g 2 ' 1 V A ' v-W5-eww 1 I ' it -Af 1 , .,,, ,, 0 4.4, iv. , .un .-- . Y i'J..r""' ' kg! , 59 ri' .1'?5' 5,5 EJLTEL 0 P .J H .lg '04, New coach, players Highlight cage season Although suffering a 6-16 season, the youthful 1966-67 KSC basketballers hold prom- ise for the future. Four of the starting five are slated to return for the 1967-68 campaign. New personnel highlighted the season, p e r s o n n el which ranged from a new coach to new faces in the starting line- up. Wayne Samuelson served his first year as Loper head basketball coach. Samuelson came from Mankato State Col- lege in Minnesota. Joe Hoppes and Roy Nelson were new- comers to the varsity lineup. Hoppes, a slick junior guard, led the team in scoring with 310 points, an average of 14.1 a game. Nelson, a stocky junior forward, gave the team rebounding strength w h i 1 e scoring 198 points. Junior vete- Roy Nelson 1541 gets the jump on an Omaha University opponent as Arvene Schultz 1501 awaits the tip. rans Arvene Schultz and Rod Karsten pressed Hoppes for scoring honors with 303 and 281 points respectively. ,lack Wolfe, the squadis lone senior, tallied 199 points and served as the team playmaker. The 466-'67 Lopers tied Peru State for fourth place in the Nebras- ka College Conference with a 2-6 record. The two NCC vic- tories came at home against Peru and Wayne State. A near- capacity crowd packed Cush- ing Coliseum on February 9 to see the Lopers lose to a tall and talented rival Hastings quintet. Kearney finished second in the Dakota Wesleyan Corn Palace Christmas Tourney Dec. 28-29. Roy Ne1son's 30-point scoring rampage paced the Antelopes in the first round 107-98 win over Valley City N.D. I f 1' "M if - - X X .Q 'sv WAYNE SAMUELSON Head Basketball Coach Season's Record KSC Opp. 90 Southwestern Kansas 79 77 Southern South Dakota 74 81 Dakota Wesleyan 99 79 Fort Hays 96 75 Northern State 91 66 Northwest Oklahoma 76 87 Doane 77 59 Northwest Oklahoma 83 107 Valley City N. D. 98 71 Dakota Wesleyan 108 69 St. Maryis of the Plains 80 65 Peru State? 84 64 Omaha University 74 81 Wayne State? 79 76 Doane 77 73 Chadron Stateif 111 85 Fort Hays 93 81 Peru State? 73 59 Hastings? 92 74 Vffayne Statei 84 67 Chadron Statei: 80 67 Hastings? 77 it NCC Cannes KSC second in tourne as e ' Kyiv i .41 4 .1 "JAY V74 5 SS " "I-1 J X?,LUPg Loper Ed Pieters 12-Ll drives past a Southwestern defender for two points. Forward Hoy Nelson takes the appearance of a football fullback as he crashes through two Yorthuest Oklahoma foes. 76 Jack Wolfe t12P. the lone senior on the '66-'67 cage squad. shoots from the outside. 4 Forward Rod Karsten 1201 manages to get one hand on the ball in a rebound tussle with a Peru cager. Lopers beat Wayne, Peru .1 '2 14,5 ' ' 2- mv, i ,A1Y.Ll2' 2 Joe Hoppes 1223 drives for a basket against Hastings. SQEEZE JOB? Rod Karsten seems to be nsqueezed outu by two Peru Staters as the ball goes out of bounds. 77 KSC cagers fought hard - ,f 'V 'Lil X ' 4 WOW! WHAT A REACH! Such could be the comment of a Peru State cage as KSC's Arvene Schultz i503 takes a rebound. Roy Nelson C543 demonstrates the type of shooting that 'iflooredv his Southwestern opponent. Teammate Danny Wilken 1523 watches. Antelope hallhawk Kent Shadden teases a Southwestern foe by sticking out his tongue 'B' team finishes 4- Kearney State 'SBU basketballers staged a strong finish during the 1966-67 season. The Hplebesl' won their last three games. compiling a 4-5 season mark. Fred Gearhardtls cagers dropped two games to the Ft. Hays "BSN 95- 72, 107-79, and two to the Chubbyville AAU quint from Lincoln 111-75, and 135-99. The Junior Lopers salvaged a split with lVlclV1ullen AAU of Grand Island. The Third City crew won the first game 96-85, but found the Lopers too much in the rematch as KSC Won 98-73. The "B's" gained a satisfying sweep of two games from the Hastings HBH club in February becoming the first KSC junior team to do so since the 1962-63 season. Kearney held off the Broncos 81-75 at home, and won the finale at Hastings 98-85. Rich Lutjeharms paced the 4'B's', at Hastings with 37 points. Kearney's remaining victory was at the expense of the Ramblers, an intramural power, 93-63. Keith Koch paced the Junior Lopers in scoring with 110 points forthe season. Koch was pressed by Steve Fisher. who scored 91 points. viii: '--- - 1. .J-"T -Qf "B" team star Keith Koch 1-1-09 scores two points against the Chubbyville AAU team. ,lim Sobieszczyk 1121 attempts to block his opponents pass attempt in the KSC Intramural Ramblers clash. . .F TB ,l J 'rrfaa-if Qu N L' t 1 .ff r V I' bin. "'2"'H1-.0-...a-if "S-.s-f---.V- F The 1966-67 Wrestling Team. Front Row: Milt Dahlgren, Dennis Derr, Bruce Widick, Rod Gilliland, Rod Melroy and Mike Lucas. Second Row: Gerald Dunlap, graduate assistant, Leonard Perez, Tim Hunsberger, John Daake, Mike Koch, Dan Barrows, Les Kinney, Walt Griffiths and Coach Bob Hauver. Back Row: Darwin Samp, student manager, Gene Schmidt, Lance Hebner, Wayne Klein, Allyn Caster, Steve King, Dan O'Brien and Bob Vokoun. Matmen are tough KSC7s 1966-67 wrestlers finished second in the Nebraska College Conference, com- piling a 6-8-1 dual meets season record. Bob Hauverls grapplers won the NCC runner-up spot by splitting their con- ference dual meet schedule with Chadron and Wayne. The Lopers downed Chadron 24--14, January 13, and lost 36-3, to champion Wayne on February 16. The season highlight occurred February 13 when the Lopers gained a first-ever win over powerful Fort Hays in Cushing Coliseum. Veteran Gary Kegley led the Kearney cause by gaining the clinching victory in the 167-pound class. The Lop- ers had their share of star individual per- formers in addition to Kegley. Two new- 80 comers, Dan Barrows and Rod Gilliland showed much promise. Barrows, a 152- pound freshman, compiled an 3-7 record. Gilliland, a 167-pound second semester transfer, gave the Lopers added strength as he posted a 5-3-1 season mark. Another KSC standout was Walt Griliiths, who battled illness during the season. yet won the NCC 115-pound title. Other top per- formers listed with their weights and records included: Leonard Perez, 130, 5-2, Les Kinney, 137, 7-8: Mike Lucas 14-5, 6-93 Rod Melroy, heavyweight, 5-4- 3. The Antelopes closed their season March 11 at the NAIA District meet in Seward. KSC 2 17 16 22 24 21 34 13 16 20 18 18 3 11 5 Season Record Omaha University Chadron State Midland Concordia Chadron State Nebraska Wesleyan Dana Northern State Jamestown Yankton Concordia Fort Hays Wayne State Fort Lewis Fort Hays OPP -10 26 22 17 14 12 3 29 24 20 15 15 36 22 30 Freshman Sizzler Mike Luc-as tangles with a downed Fort Hays grappler. Q Y. Take second in CC Veteran Rod Melroy Inauls a Fort Hays opponent in a heavyweight match. 12 K "" ,, ,WEEE n fx! F ax .X ,X ' rrltr A - Ei , get C, +1 -.iA wg 5 as i 1 l The 1966-67 Swim Team. Front Row: Coach Dick Eberharty, Gary Thompson, Rick Lempp, Marv Conyers, Bill Conner, Rick Ricker, Bob West, Mike Ough and Mick Cwin. Back Row: Warren Miller, Rod Adams, Curt Lezanic, Dave Sherrerd, Dick Tanner, John Clabaugh, Ford Royer and Robert Guthmann, graduate assistant. Tankers second in CC Lempp, Ricker spark team Kearney State,s 1966-67 swim team capped their season March 4, with sec- ond-place finishes in both the Nebraska College Conference and the NAIA Dis- trict 11. lt was the initial season at KSC for Coach Dick Eberharty. Rick Lempp and Ricker triggered the season opening 61-43 win over Concordia, December 10. Lempp chalked up 12 points While Ricker collected 10 to fuel the success. Kearney won seven events, Concordia five. Kear- ney challenged a strong Wayne team January 14. 45-59. Best for KSC was Rick Ricker, who gained two firsts. The Lopers then dropped two meets to Colo- rado State and Colorado College. Chad- ron State became an Antelope victim 72- 27, February ll. as Ricker, Lempp, Gary Thompson, Curt Lezanic. Dave Sherrerd, Marv Conyers, and Ford Royer took firsts. Kearney repeated over Concordia again February 18 by a 56-48 count. The Antelopes took seven of 12 events with Lempp and Ricker emerging as stand- outs. The tankers ended their season in the combined NCC-NAIA meet at Cush- ing Coliseum. Wayne State took both crowns, and KSC took both runner-up positions. The Antelopes won two individ- ual titles as Gary Thompson won the NCC 100-yard freestyle and Ricker cap- tured the three-meter diving champion- ship. Other notewolthy performances were turned in from Rick Lempp, Curt Lezanic, Wa1're11 Miller, Mick Gwin, Ford Royer. Rod Adams, Bill Conyer, Bob West and Mike Ough. ..,.,. 4, . - -.-,. ,., . 41, .-... ,-vw-ue' ' mf. Q '1,g:, fgffl vigil 111.12 zfglijzia-g rlilfii' 'Sf:l,E"- 2E'fq.f, . Enid QW 5.03 151 fzyiff :pig ' 5-,345 W 3 .,,,,,...w M f . W ai mzacvrfiiliww- --" - . , Q, . DENNIS DUKESHERER Nebraska Vault King 34 Coach Charlie Foster's 1967 cindermen prepared for a busy outdoor schedule after a highly successful indoor campaign. Loper trackmen started their season January 21 at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics meet in Kansas City, Mo. KSC tallied 18 points, finishing sixth in a field of 73 co1- leges. Cushing Coliseum action began Febru- ary 11 as the Antelopes rolled up 131 points to 5632 for South Dakota University and 1535 for Denver University. Dennis McGraw jumped 6 feet 635 inches for a meet record and Dennis Dukesherer vaulted 14 feet 635 inches. ,lim Owens tossed the shot a record 52 feet 3 and 31 inches and Warren Christensen lowered his own indoor mile record to 4:15.2. Fresh- man Greg Cass scored a double victory in the 75-yard dash and 100-yard low hurdles. Next indoor action came February 18 against powerful Ft. Hays. The Lopers downed the Tigers on a clinching mile relay win. The relay team was composed of Roger Nielsen, Jim ,len- sen. Ron Brewer. and John Eckhout. Eckhout indermen successfulg Dukesherer tops 15' lowered his own 440 mark to 50.2 seconds prior to anchoring the relay team. Dennis Dukesherer continued to go higher in the vault and became the first Nebraskan to clear 15 feet. clearing 15 feet one-half inch. Other iirsts were registered by high jumper Dennis 1Vlc- Graw. broad jumper J ack Ehler, and hurdler Dean C-osch. On March 4, KSC totally out- classed all opposition in the KSC lnvitational meet. The Lopers took 11 of 13 firsts. racking up 111 points to 24 for nearest-rival Peru State. The sensational Dukesherer raised his own pole vault record 15 feet one and 31 inches to highlight the Kearney showing. Wvarren Christensen was a double winner in the meet. slamming the 880 and the mile. Ron Laux led an Antelope sweep in the broad jump. leaping 22 feet one and 35 inches. The Lopers were scheduled to wind up indoor action at the Kan- sas State lnvitational Meet in 1Vlanhattan on March 18. prior to their Foster Field outdoor opener against South Dakota State on April 1. YY' 7f5V5CeM .0 ,fy , X .4 ,Q - Fiji' ..11f-izflvf,--""" - -w ffw 'Nu Wm" 'IQ 'iv' - P',,41FQ!?f,..3V'.9J9"l5M!0' . .'-MMV, f M A -M' r. .. "??Q?5?g?3.,ifmK,M..,...W,4.,m f J Dashman ,lim Jensen breaks the tape to win his qualifying heat. . NP:'N"' V . . A telopes sixth t K nsas City r ,Y31:,. --Lg 4 5 Nm kv 1 L I "5-., Ki' .Wa-Aw .7 . .1 ltis a l-2 hurdle slain for KSC as Keith Staehr and Dean Gosch finish first and second respectively. Although hetler known for his pole vaultinv' ahilitv. Dennis Dukesherer also added valuable points to the KSC cause as a broad jumper. 85 ,4 fd' I fa I A I John lfokhout. sophomore ,HO star. is just about ready to set another record in his pet event. Eckhout lowered his own 440- yarfi mark to 50.2 seeonris against Ft. Hays. Shot putter Randy Rasmussen lofts the iron ball during the KSC Invitational. ,, ....:z'f?:'g,g 'FG ,W,.,,Ms1-' we -vs Two Kearney hurd lers keep pace with a Ft. Hays opponent Lopers beat Ft. Hays fzff'n4,-egg ,fd .J V H : xx 1:5 .5 f -uv , ,. , pr' , ' f Wife ..,, , 1 1 f g as v' -' .. .v Kia 3 ff iw, Kearney's 1967 indoor mile relay team included Roger Nielsen, Jim Jensen, Ron Brewer, and John Eckhout. V Y 1 f ig of N355 "f':42i:.4':h5' ff :,,f.Mg f -. fi 115' 4- M-mmm-TQ 1 2 .,",!' 1' K C Won own in i ational ior Dennis McGraw shows the high jump form that made him KSC's all-time best. look at dlstance star Warren Christensen's face to tell that he's finishing a hard race. NND Indoor team had depth . , V WZ' 'MM' ff JW' :fi H If 5105" fm :Wyf 53 ,f 4 Q E?" ,J3Q'f'Zi ,A ,A A. , 53 ,,,..,,a L vw' ' ' az .,,, A J 5 f 437, , ,f,,1,1g,,.g W 1 , ni " ' I . ,-iw W I ,. ,, I . ,:g?aQ..f, va- ,.,,, 42 , , f wa Keith Staehr has cleared one barrier and seems to - H I '-'zgiffza' Vff' ferr- he concentratlng on what s up ahead. f ' 2- 'za 361: . nnigl' A we Ur! ff' Svvrf' I A ' Relayman Jerry Stine turns a curve. Ron Laux was one of KSC's top indoor broad jumpers this year. 'vu 7 i Record fell 5 ef' Q E , Y.. if r "- J?-H Veteran Jim Owens puts s 0 m e OOMPH! into the shot. v fv-l,.' ' ., ,K I -. V ' i wi ,, V... " , 'fw- 2.15 QQ "'b'lxQq.f . , 0 , i N' X I' 1 Y K 5 4 ' gp N 1 1 1. 1 KK i K Ji' we Y .K 1 'A Q' X I I X . r Q , ' - L X 1 A 1 V L x MW -v N 1 Nw M i -W Q Rf' N i -. WU- l e SWA xv! ir .aff ...S Q A h' -1-u.. W x id 'fu ,V 4. YJ 45 in K N I, 1 X. 1 4 Jr 2' R ,A 1 4 w W 1 , 1 .Q .M L ' wx i J . I 2 Q Q V, .1 if 7 2 1.. . 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'91 , . v, X I -LR I f ?,f 1 W X bil libel' f sjjl-lp! Q Q, ?fHs..l.- -Al ,Jn .rtfg Q! 1 l l l V . ",, f ll. J Tm' AXE. i 17 l The 1966 Nebraska College Conference baseball champions. Front Row: Mel Aerni, Dominic Nila, Robert Nowaczyk, Bill Weekly, Tom Lawson, Gary Robertson, Tom Ryan, Del Prinley, Terry Konrulf. Middle Row: Coach Fred Gerhardt, Ron Jiede, Dick Peters, Jeff Scharif, Art Pritson, Richard Osentowski, John CC baseball champions Q. Clambaugh, Emmit Bosshamer, Don Wilson, Lee Jacobsen. Back Row: Fred Gebhardt, Jr., Jim McClure, Dick Beckius, John Torc- zan, John Frates, Craig Patterson, Cary Dugan, Erik Wit, Tom Q 1- sew-W 'fi' ' 8 3 L. . H QI Q. f U Team members congratulate pitcher Don Wilson after he ., wins his first game of the season. ' bs mmm-'Min v 1 ,046 s , .7 'IU' ws, .ef ,Q . 11, S. TG' 1 li' sy on w Ja 1' my 'f X? E31 Ti sfffie 3 .1 . ,xi . g 2 3. i Season record: KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC KSC Wins, 4 losses 4 Concordia 3 Concordia l6 York I C 5 Creighton 5 Creighton 7 Wesleyan 7 Wesleyan 7 Peru 3 Peru 3 Hastings 6 Hastings 2 Fort Hays 1 Fort Hays 10 Wayne 13 Wayne 5 Fort Hays 7 Fort Hays ll Chadron 7 Chadron Baseball coach Fred Gerhardt ,. --ff ,, , 8 ' XY. ,. ffiiixiui J, Senior pitchers Ron Jiede and Emmit Bossharner run to get into shape during pre-season. ,le-ide ended the season with a 3-0 record while Bosshamer finished with 2-0. Days before the first game with Con- cordia College last spring, the Lopers were found practicing with snowballs. 2-. ,. , eng -.- xii t, , Right Helder Lee Jacobsen leads off base against Ft. Hays. ,lake hit .324 and clobbered two home runs. 92 ,FXS fx I Lx f re ri: fr .L -Q'-U Hub: ' gi!! Congratulations are in order after a win. wb.. Q, 42 North Platte freshman Terry Konruff leads off first base under the watchful eye of Tom Ryan. Konruff led the team in doubles with six. Y' 4 Q K C not selected for playo fs X I2 V . gg V. sq., 0,1 - W N94's5K init ' 4 Q +6 ' ,j.i,'f: Ji a. ' X X - if in ,-w""'e -3 1 QQQQQQQ X N bxqrh . A . QQ Q X -XVX. X - X: sf? "-' . W., X. - .5.XQ ' - X N . . Q N X - as WAQX, ' SAFE! Was the call at third base at Tom Lawson ends on base after a single by a Loper mate. A three- year standout, Lawson drove in 14 runs during the 1965 season. l Q.X. X fx The highlight of the haseliall season for the young Antelope team was win- ning the1-onfei-ent-eXnliampionship. The low point came when the team was not selected for the NAIA District l l playollis. The shut-out on-urred when the selec- tion committee passed up Kearneyis I5-4 record and chose a team with a l3-7 mark to compete in the playoffs against Omaha. The four-man committee selected Omaha unanimously. 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Emniit Bossliamer had the best earned run average with 1.59. Weekly and Wilson were named NAIA Honorable Mention All-Americans. A 4 1 xix N' Vi J' Lee Jacobsen, junior from Alba, powers a single to right field against Creighton as KSC won both ends of a double header, 5-1 and 5-2. rg,yx:r,arw .33 ' 1' A an Lia was 4 . . . , Q., . ,. ,A 5 Q Q71 H' '- -f , v ffg,5f1 frm., WW 5'f'l1Qv ., . ,,., , 357512 f-YicQ.'29i,gw L ge-1 fyiezgfkfxliif ii: Mmm fsqfn'-fa M 01 " f . 39:23 - 1 ,, ,, 421 , . hw, we an 4? :ff l ' mwmqmilw I .. . .U f,n ,Hvy "" :lam 4 gag' . , , ew" 1 "7 fl fi :i f '5 ' ,. Y 2634, 5: 7. J nf' 1 W-wry' 4 .Q l "' 1' J, W. -'-sf be F 5 'xi , 'QQ 5 I 53 fe ef2w l -az, M Y 4 1' at V. - .5-gl" fllf w - R M 3 ,. .-Q l f . ,. .f WJ.aQf5'fff?f, 075' if , ,,- ,f K4 f ..4. fee '-f -2 :44 V fl-ff? - .M--Hif. ". 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Y ,P-. -Q9 if ,. , I 't v 'Y ' V 7-2, . . , f a 1 , 'JL ' 1 A ' if j 1 ' W xt I ' 6' d J , . I, 55' A- N FI ' f- 1 f ' X A is U .4 ja. X is r I - 4 The 1966 Kearney State College tennis team. Front row: Terry Stamm, Larry Sautter and Tom Willis. Second row: Coach Joe Willis. Bill Andersen, Steve Fisher. Charles Grantham. Jim Huffman and Bob Lapp. The 1966 Kearney State tennis squad swung into a second place tie in the NCC championship meet with Hastings College winning for the second straight year. KSC tied with Wayne State for run- ner-up honors. The 'Gshare of secondl' undoubtedly provided some satisfaction after going winless in six dual meets. Kearney State opened the ,66 season in Cushing Coliseum against powerful Fort Hays and lost O-7. The rookie-laden team put up a stil? fight before losing 2-5 to Hastings in the second meet. KSC then lost consecutive matches to Fort Hays 0-7, Creigh- ton University 1-6, Hastings 3-4, and closed out the season 2-5 against Nebraska Wesleyan. by . V Q 4 f""" -Q. - 1 Q f . ,Q A4217 ig L4 J fl WNW ' 1 ff! ala: gt - ".t V ---T1 --,,f. ' H V' . -- lv- C . X ' v ' . ., gft3.ffg-V , V 1 .a , .,.. Q ' in Wg, 13 t ' A Q -- . . . ,. - .f ',,,?,...-- .,.'-,:,'f,, -:Nj W '1 ' W- .-11' an -2. , y .ia ,. ,,-7 2nd place CC tie For K -C tennismen 'A-ffl' Sioux City, Iowa, freshman Bill Andersen during a practice session. v , '.ff.,-5,-4gf,gJ,g f" N H ' N ,efv,,,3,t 5' Z,-I 'Elf' "'.' ' ,-.-'-if . d 1- 55557-5 2.5.ej-'f. ,, ' , 8 P' ' - aww" Hi, . 1.5,-fig., .,. , , .. Q H, ij:,g.:'A,.1z " - 'f:1s,. -13 5225.41-1i.'f.Q'C..4I.'g '.,..f, . . . . ' ' j+- ' Coach Willls and Steve FISTICI' - --11ff7,f', 4.519--. ' ,jj ag.,,rig--Sgig-1fQ:3L,gga1Z,', . . . 1' . --1-.g:.5t3"' ,S-'fia . f?f'g':'fWL watch a ractlce session from the nw is ., N ,., . , tg,-,,, , ,,H,,., ,, . ry. .. M? 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Rookies Bob Stone and Mike Zul- kowski carded a 75 and 79 as veteran Tom Wisdom closed out with an identical 79. 0 "W A , -up g . ..,-g L ' sf 1 nv r' Ls, fr 1. M fa ' A 5, . ,. ,,- - .. -.nn - ...,..,...,.., ,,,- . in ., I. a -51 . U -t " .. J im Tschepl an ,. E -?1' ' , 1 I . 1fc..q: K' Q.. "E - f. gg -24 , ,. , Q V. s ' ,Q 123 - ' A- ' ,tg--Qi'-535.144-, 3- . Q .- vvw., , ,N , . . 31- Q. .ma of - . 4 .N 1- , if-' -1' ' ' --'- .1 -- ...- . ' Tom Wisdom '-"" f Q ' X .A-. ..,t f ' . .- ., -- '- :ggi X .Q -1- pggsqgi ' " " ' -He' 5- ' - .-,- ,Q 1 Eg'-'j44:-'-flfrg.--55-.S, 1 :':,- - X 1 i , - , 1 .. ,' .' -"1 'z-l""3u "S f ' " -QQQ5 J-?:f'iw5:'s I,,.x.-L...-.Q.. . ' ' ge, -np . Q 3 ir' 3- f P. -51' I 1 ' 1 . Q -.5-iz: lg, lg gi, Zig Z':4'4." I--1.5.f": isis fn-x3tC'e..b 3" .Hiking ss" ,, 5ffS1lQg,31','2'-Q' -ISN , " - -, - 1- X x"f?4w5?Si A r"iie'f53g' F N- 'NAFE '-'X-W1--4: i:'as.ff,,'h.'-fl - - QQ:--i fe- iss. - ",'-:si-x,yg'SX3P'f . 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Monica Ayoub and Bari Phillips Intramural gals busy Women students showed renewed in- terest in the 1966-67 intramural pro- gram. Skinnies teams showed top strength during the winter months winning two championships.The Skinniesl teamtook the volleyball title, with the Skinnies II squad winning the basketball crown. Sophomore Nadine Sass was the top individual in women's intramurals win- ning the archery and free-throw contest competition. Nadine sank 18 of 20 en- route to her free throw win. Individual winners were also crowned in singles and doubles badminton competition, with Sandy Brandt and Sue Kelsch the top per- formers. Spring sports included on the women's intramural schedule included tennis, bowling, swimming, pool, track, and softball. Mary lssacs demonstrates her xolleyball talents. f bln irq, v"'5""-.-, fa ,,V Nuff Approximately 750 men participated in KSC's intramural program during the 1966- 67 school year. Intramural leader throughout the fall and winter sports program was the Theta Xi fraternity. The Thetas won the swim- ming championship, free throw contest, and flag football championship. The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity won the Turkey Trot in November, gaining the prize of a frozen turkey. Also making a strong showing in intra- mural athletics were the 69,ers, who won the bowling championship and finished second in flag football. The intramural basketball championship went to the Ramblers. Heading the intramural program in 1966-67 was Leland Copeland who was assisted by Selden Daniels, a graduate assistant. , ,N , J " .- fig- I ,-ff' ' Members of the Alpha Tau Omega Turkey Trot championship team were Mike Lucas. Ron Siske. Burnell Shifllet and Arthur Soderholm. Three intramural crowns Captured b Theta Xis The Ramblers. intramural basket- ball ehampions, had a rough night against the KSC "BN team. 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A . . .r. . . v Nw-r., Q,-,' wk. 5 g 4, Q ff Inter-Fraternity and Panhellenic ouncils Front row: Jerry Rockwell, Robert Young, Dean Curtis Siemers, Dan Costello, Steve Lancaster, Tom Paxton, Pat Wenzl and Paul Wilhelm. Second row: Bill Fairfield. Verg Setzer, Steve Vanderveek, Jerry Murphy, John Torczon, Neil Magnusson and Grant Sparks. Third row: Dave Rader, Jack Johnson, Jim Peer, Phil Maddern. Craig Erick- son, Ken Lieb and Don Hicks. First row: Kay Rizer, Marilyn Bonsack. Sandy Holen, Marilyn Luther, Kathy Hesse. Pat Morin, Diane Euler, Miss Margaret Morton and Dean Ruth Sisler. Second row: Marilyn Brucke, Ruth Shovlain, Janette Kruse, Chris Billings, Nancy Feaster. Rosalind Smith and LaVonne Lichti. 103 L. Abrams M. Bonsack P. French J. King B . 1 ,sua 'lvl N. Miller U,--X. --. - -----1-f-f C. Sederbcrg 104 Gamma Phi Beta national sorority ctives L. Alm B. Armagost L. Ball -ff' yr M. Carpenter C. Cottrell J. Denman B. Edgar C. Egge R. Felt K. Goble M. Goshorn K. Hesse D. Jamison S. Jamison M. Jones K. Kinnan J. Kruse J. Landmesser T. Larsen D. McConville D. McKay , ,-I C. Mjntken L. Olsen M. Olsen J. Reed J. Rewerts L. Richman C. Shivers D. Stricker E. Thomas K. Thompson M. Uhler L. Wisdom S. Zikmund Pledges ororit takes cholarship award The Gamma Phi Beta sorority this year was winner of the scholarship plaque for having the highest grade point average of any Greek society, a 2763. The sisters won the Sig Ep Olympics for the third year, and had Diane Stricker selected Miss Kearney State and Karen Goble selected Amer- ican Royal Beauty Queen. Miss Goble was also the second runner-up as the Nebraska Golden Girl. X 'pi -s .jg X e Q lx X X N I The Gamma Phi Beta pledge class before the K-Show. Anderson ux P. Dodson M. En M. Mischke D. Nelson P. Nye M Ruff S. Smetlxers P. T1-entman G. Wiles I We ls gstrom B Frazier O .' . 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The social calendar included the Cotton and Cotillion Balls and a senior breakfast. ln November, the sorority was saddended with the death of Kathy lVlcArthur, a pledge from Hastings. Alpha i Delta national sorority O f CtlV6S S. Benjamin M. Brunke P. DeBoer 4"'F 5 if Qf,-'A X -1:"' A. Ferguson M. Luther B. Matuschin J. Merrick M. Mock F65 W4-r "0'x 4 ar-' L'-g7"A m4,"'1, - Nb "'1?":v M. Petersen K. Priddy E. Schmitz K. Schmitz The women of Alpha Xi Delta watch as President Hassel lifts a shovel of dirt for a tree to be planted in front of Centennial Towers West. Alpha Xis donate tree The Kearney chapter of the Alpha Xi Delta National Sorority donated a pine tree that was planted in front of Centennial Towers West by President Hassel. The Sorority held its second Alpha Xi Delta Sing for Greek organizations in the Spring. A grand champion was selected with awards presented to the top fraternity and sorority groups. First semester activities included an "apple polishing" party for faculty members, with apple pie served throughout the day in the faculty lounge. ,. ,I f x Alpha Xi Delta Queen Efains Sagmifz P' Best to Wear Bordeaux Cyaffly Uumzinggam O 5 If ' ' Lys.. , , s 'ing -F , ', 4 ,eu -bv' .' 3 ' 'ii J V. --N, -..'1. -, .,- w ,- si , X. . 3 -- .-ur.. : -1 Q .5 ,K :iq -. 4- 4 f 1 .fi "1 - . .er- 2 f , ma In - X . . . . V' . Q. 'N ' if ' sq.. .si 5: T" x: 1 1 9" 1 Y- . V " ' , I, - gif .ggi Z . .. ' ' IJ'-'ff .Qfi-TQYEF5 C. Barth P. Bates C. Bellows j:za':.?xj.,.,f- 1 QQ... 5 f . I .M .313 iv.: ,Z if , , . L, 1 m f., fag! h 4' . A b ' ' . P' 45 i ii 'sf ,., 6. kv 63, ab I. az, 'H fs.-X, . "n" ' .ix . is A N .1-Q7-.,,h-A: P. Brust B. Burnham B. Byers G. Clinch C. Coley Actives ,0- ,.f M. Ehlers V. Eliason S. Erickson C. Ewers N. Feaster WT' 153 5 B , at-al f,,'3. .j- V Q- 4 sv, , in "'-- -lf.. S. Holen C. Hollinger S. Kelsch J. Krubeck . C. Lamhly .Q ax Flack 5: R 1-1" w,..p -1-" 'S-J M-W I. Naber C. Nelson J. Richards L. Salisbury M. Shada 7'2'l 7f':I..5i "H ' .. . . '- '. A 4. 'Q ' ' I ., 5 li ll 4' A . P VA X Q Y , f 22 if-'i-Q"1 ','i H V S. Soukup NI. Swedell .l. Tollefsen J. Wilder K. Walker 114 Pledge Marsha Goerke wheels to victory in the Sig Ep Olympics. Activities keep Phis bus Alpha Phi became a national so- rority in 1963. Wliile the sorority has many activities throughout the school year, it does take pride in its two major service projects and two major social events. The Burgandy Ball is held each De- cember and the spring dance is held each April. At this past De- cemheris ball Cathy Cunningham was crowned "Best to wear Bor- deaux." The Phis also honored their parents at an annual tea. The service projects included as- sisting with the Heart Fund cam- paign and the Bloodmoliile sign- up on campus. Sorority sister Carol Lambley was choosen as campus Homecoming Queen last fall. the second consecutive year that an Alpha Phi has been so honored. fk D. Ahrens P. Ahrens Pledges f B. Bachman I. Blakeslee P. Cunningham D. Ebel M. Goerke -s 'g' Z ' ,Q 12" G- 2 ,J .F Ay P L I L. Ingrim N. Lundgren S. McCo1lock B. O'Hare C. Plebuch V. Popple -.-x, Q S- Sl'l0dSI'R5S K. Stafford P. Voorhees C. Warren C. Whitcomb B. Youngquist 115 C. Delta Zeta national sorority B 'Q fm ZF' illings J. Christensen L. J. Jeli Nx :PWR NA' yi? 473557 la. Actives P. Morin C. Myer K. Rizer V. Stryker B. Vokoun The Delta Zeta national convention was held on the Grand Bahama Island. The Kearney chapter sent a voting delegate. ailgQtK"' Delta Zeta upports Pink Paradise, the fall semi-formal, featured a theme of roses and lollypops Pledges -m"-' C. Martin Orphaned Korean The Women of Delta Zeta sorority supported an orphaned Korean girl, Young Chung Hi, and helped man a booth with the Lions Club for the eye bank, as service projects for year. They also served as guides for the Wforld Affairs Conference and attended State Day in Omaha with chapters from the University of Nebraska. and Creighton and Vlfesleyan Universities. The social calendar included the fall semi-formal, HPink Paradisef, featuring a theme of roses and lolly- pops, and the spring formal, the '4Lamp Lighter's Ballfi featuring a theme of wine and roses. girl fl 3 .l. Brungardt .l. Cramh WW i ,Q 5' at A K. Ferguson C. L,.,X . M BH M F' 1 t hy s' R YT- 'gf 'answer D. Oman B. Pennstrom J. Slowenslse " X "' U 15119. Q. 'gF?1Z1f,f? 4 E 4 Lfqg 43624 T53 QQ 1431? Kiev QU! ' Yu X 44,,..uw e J-off -'Ne0e.g'1 iv -. . 44312 sw. "UWB 735.535 -JKDFE' fhfr ff 5 cr I f, Delta Zeta Queen gucfy Cygmiafsnasn , , , 23 . 25 fu. Rig' 2'f:f+7li W 1 ff -f .'-""- Q 1 ffquf--,f , A, '-1..uM4m,f., ,-, a M 2, 1 ,a y17,'fV,.w5 WIA -,M wa, :ay ' 317- 'f , ,.v"ff.,'.f' -54021 0. f , 1 51, 2, n . 5, ,',.,-y::4,.,waf,'v.f-14.-rw ,,, f 4 Maxi.-1 2.-1,:A.wQe1-'-,..1f:v'12fTf " I, , ' X 'Q 0 'T xx '-f2 "'f'f1 -'A 'A ' ,. ..... , if ,. Alpha Tau Omega Queen gofins Bfaag 13 gg Alpha Tau Omega national fraternit is S . 2' . J . ,E J nr , 1 ma.. '- '-, ' ' - fl. , .ss il ' ev M? gg LA . I 1. A T A A M. Aerni R. Anderson L. Beitel J. Blattner R. Blecher 1 ' ' Enid-f r. 'FL .sf r .4 'I ,. .... H m. D. Bowder C. Childers . 1: ,pt ..-. .,,, 47 -I A Av 5 few. E .I 1. , I A,.,-- lzl I wg'-' A ' ' 2 ,Y if-, I x ...- -. I :S -i mfg 1 1,4 .f r E 'Z' ' is 5 AA . 'af f A. Conner B. Cool B1 Creighton J. Crosland C. Dillon 0. H- f. ,. -ie -1- ffm fi 'hw' Ferguson D. Donaldson G. Einspahr T. , . ev.: ' Q ,"- 55 "- - 1' "' A ' " N ' If . -ff? "' fa? .. i f , ,.,. , " ., f 4-J. K' f . " if " Tw' . A' L '-,. 23 "' le' ' f ".. 'R . 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Pledges undergo final initiation into Alpha Tau Omega as actives look on. Civic events which the men of Alpha Tau Omega participated in during the past year included the Red Cross Blood Mobile drive and the remodeling and painting of the interior of the United Evangelical Church in Kearney. The latter project was undertaken as a pledge class project. The pledges also did exten- sive remodeling of the basement of the ATO house thus providing modern living quarters for an addi- tional eight men. Future house improvements call for a complete refurbishing of the first and second floor. lVlrs. Peter Murphy of Hastings. Neb.. became the house mother for the ATO men this year and heads the evening meal program for some 30 members. Plans include initiating a daily breakfast and Satur- day lunch program next year. Q13 igma Phi Epsilon t' lf t 't fa.: 'h' ' 'W 'EFVWW 6 . I: 'Y . -V , ML -Y X -I A . N , I.: ' i gl Q1 pc... :a. Sf- 4 A i 57 I so flu -.ia J . ' I Q 25-. if E 11 f - e Q- Mn A ... . A , . Ctl V QS D. Andrew M. Armstrong L. Boatman R. Brohman W. Brown ,,',,W - ,. , Y ,-... .qv . ty ... '-- witf-v1.,3,. 'j-infix ,V . . ,.,-.gif I' . gi 9-7 - Q3 "- - 'Q Y vw- 4 Tf:f': lQ.g 1, ss," 'ff f ix -2 ' '7 "ef f ""' if V' A -. F . A Q .... : 5 b X . . I . D. Christian J. Dahlgren B, Fairfield M. Franzen T. Fulcher M. Haherlan J. Henderson ARMMF1 www."-"""' -'X "" " . ""i" 3'fS.:gf..5.jfj51,g,,V ' f . --" -:. QA .5 ,gi 4 .A I - La .,,, 'QL -Q - a ' J: rf"-' .. '95 lil LQ 775 7 I ' 1 " X 45? . ' -KY Q.: ,533 f ,. -+1 1. . ,f V ,.-1 ' -1 ..., -vi? -fag' .-7-A , X Av 4 ' ' ' 'A" ' ' -f A 1 A - ,I I 'L . . ,, K. Hild R. Janssen K. May R. Kociemba J. Koslowske R. Lancaster ' G. Lauer I ' -Q ..j g ' 5 :rf - E R s f R L N i R R .. . L 'F - . " 2.52 , D ' ,' Mt' is-ix 1535- 99 gsj 2-Z .Is , -' " I ' ,I 2. - ' '?fa5:: '...'. - ' 1 . ' J. Lund N. Magnusson G. McCormick R. Molex' D. Nielson J. Norris H. Oelschlager ' f ' ' ' 2 , "Z . " ., ,:.- f-.'- "W '-si-1 ' L Q .9 . U. - .. -1 ,Q J " ,, H 5- aw. , 3, 42" ' J . ll ' f 1 'ii ' -9. ly 3215 M I -. - Q. V V, V ..f - V - L Q A L. Olsen Q . 4' . -1 I G. Smith 122 A. Olson P. Pocock J. Portenier C. Richardson M. Rogers L. Schweizer -sw ' - 'a'a""- "" "' A W? mmssmfss-" ..,. . I L ., ,LA ' A'lA, . .. ,, , I ' . I lg f 2' ' "" 1 ' 'fm 1 le' 5: Af fi 4' . if gf aaa ,W ugh and a I Q 1 . , T. Wisdom R. Wood K. Stafford L. Viersen G. Vieselmeyer D. WeHs K. Shadden I . .34 -, f .mafe'ff:1 V 2' WW """ ' Q if D. Zimmers . a ra 3 ' if B.'Koltz, House Mother ,,,. , .N WZ1,,z,..L..,,,.,,,.lW.,l:, Wm:,.,T, . ,,,,., , . .. ,WW lk--. , ,, ,, M . VV- ,gf , v , g J hivv x , M '94, P I -1' - ia i 'V' fi R 5 'Q V. Kg' -V .sw f.', 4 4 f ,E '45 Vp Xv. 'Q .I ' fYo-. ' .,..- J- ' lik, - ...ll I .LAK ln I S. Bartling G. Belka G. Brown D. Burch L. Dutton W. Eakins . A " , ,, . Ni k 7 '-1 'ff-Tfl .... .4-w -ff--. , V ,,, 1 - 5.4 - Calendar, Olymplcs or g AE Al 4 an dl A...-.il Q J. Fosdick A. Godfrey R. Hagge M. Hehnke J. Heinrich T. Henning S' E ht W" "" 'f"""r' f """"r' ' ' no - , ' s so " fr as '- lg p lg lg s . an llfg p as p Fx' W e 'ii Il' 4 lf: "' -.4 Va fa is Sigma Phi Epsilon activities for the year included planning and production of the second annual campus pin-up calen- dar, the fall and spring semes- ter pledge class initiations and the fraternity's uolympicsv held for the sororities at KSC. The highlight of the social season was the Sig Ep Sweet- heart formal held in the Grand Ballroom of the Fort Keamey Hotel in February. A Sig Ep party. M. Johnson S. Johnson J. Koch P. Kotsiopulus W. Kuhlmann T. McChie "M'i""""' W "TW T WW'f""""" -'ff' "' "W 1- .. i"': 6" s. iiiill ' , -tg 'ie " f S X ' I rl 1' -6:11 9, u .QQ -Vg 2: . W V, ' I 4,1 I -Q J X ' lu, " B. Nichie S. Morris R. Morse S. Nelson J. Novak R. Placzek f 4 ' 'T' " M "" "H "' "' " 'V"""""" fPi?fY'i7i1i V V 'K if? :A . if H kg. -M..-Q ,fl ""' --- ,, , fx ' D 1, 2 V at ' ss 1: ' if all f- V.. 'J 41' B. Pollard J. Sandau S. Schepers C. Smith J, Willis J. Zikmund Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart llincfa, Lqfaan Phi Delta Theta Queen jfazsn 901515 Phi Delta Theta national fraternit 4 ' , ri J V W Y . 1 af' -A" f I --1., . wif "" H W? ... . '1 A ' 1-1 ' is ,.,,. fro 7? tl ,, we .3 QQ J ,, . 2 T X E52 if 32' 5- 353.155 , fig!! ..dflA .-A 4 4: D. Backs-s J. Baker J. Baumgartner K. Beatty f J no ' . , " ' . he oh f' . A -' ' 24 ,"- f A 1 H J --,.-1 " ff '3 5 xg rg an X fi " QD' I ,, ,V'VAV pl- , M ' , J. " ' .fi Q15 r if.: 5' , na. 1 , if A I Vx """'Q I J ' v?, ,Ho D . A-,4 ,ff V ,.-. H l I " I iid' L nd., l ' D. Brewer J. Brogan B. Brown R. Burbank G, Burlqn R, Busch ., iv W ff 4 , -W - t Q . . ., ,... .,...,. ,,..,.,-f-M Y,,, , ., ,f .71 , .. . V ,,.. , A AAVII f . -..W. 3 . 1,' ' A "V ,. 'P' 'l fn 7 ' f o ' or of hiv- ., e w -'A, Vfi 1 Y 'J' ' 7 "" Q 'Q' L41 ,ew-u . 'JL -0 if 'cf' W, w-M--vp - -: WM ,-v:. , 1 , f' . ., . M . I A l 1 , 4 , , R. Clark G. Curry R. Curtright D. Doyle U: 4245 .5 Gm if A3 rp 'wfb fi L . D l J 'me or h o J G. Givens G. Grogan L. Hanke J. Harms R. Helvey L. Hibherd' or vi +r r ne. . r r roo ,.. r. . ... V 1 V ' sag -.,. 2 ? lj " Q ., x V 4 .... 4 V V' Q I . . M 4. V, 5 A Q D f f 1 f' . J 'A "ff -.'.. --ff ,, A ' or J J Q lla - A.. A D. Hosely M. lnselman W. Jensen J. Johnson A J. Kelly D. Klone -'-"M '--- , -gf W i If . , if AI! R. Luebhe 126 KAW' '3?'Ww7W1,.,X ""'N"""""""' - '--- 'W-.gs.gr:.g:r:,.g:-" ,,, I V J . vA?mA,, V1 , ., ZJIWA J, gg tn' ' "" f VV' I I, fi f , , . 'Q f 52.4 W-A I.. I -f,V i .44 - 4 ' . NI. McDonald C. Monroe D. Naprstek B. Nowak R. Osentowski R. Peterson Tri Phis become Phi Delta Thetas On Dec. 9 and 10, 1966, the old Tri- Phi fraternity was initiated into the national Phi Delta Theta frater- nity as the Nebraska Beta chapter. A banquet followed by a dance high- lighted the initiation Weekend. During the first semester pledge Den- nis Junker was killed in an automobile accident. The fraternity, in coopera- tion with the late Mr. ,lunker's family, has set up a memorial and scholarship in his name. The new chapter of Phi Delta Theta at Kearney State College with their charter and national ofhcials. Z, aw gr ...1n:v4.,r w.3"" ,MAZN v if .0 W' , .. M 4 sync 's rw ,SE R iafaff View , 9.04 1 Y gq 1 .W .. 1 1 ,Www i :aw 'M -Q I 9 R ,.,,.,.,.. , e, wa. 'WW mgQfNgg . my af W f " 1 5- . ' -'-' ff fi w,f is qs -1 ---' , 41 L .. J. Richman R. Richter T. Ritterlmush L. Schuelt WWWWWUWW ,727 ' ni' 7 A 7? f ' ici I he 'ra Ja a'i, I , 'aff H A .Y 1, ,-1 ' has J. Torczon D. Tucker J. VanHorn J. Young H. Shada 12 7 Theta Xi N-71 ss Fgrzf-we--vgcrtw 1 Vg x-gr-,gfsvn-V--1--f-fi-'QQ . . 4 - r afar national fraternity -fgla :css A, Xia, i A Q I As I 1 ll: A T. Adams J. Andersen J. Anderson R. Behrens B. Blocher w as J . f Pl iz il in - L' 'S' J uf! " .5 f .I ' ...- , T if an .s - . fm "' if i 4' A t' ff Q- 6 C IVE T. Bond J. Caffey K. Carmann D. Coad J. 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" fr ' f gg -u -6 ,,, if.. . rv, 1 - " -' ' - Q 'J ' . -' ...' J . ff .,e '- ,w 1'-'25 Af. A ' A A ' . - . AA V. Setzer W. Sorenson- A. Sosa S. Streff J. Steffensen J. Stratman E. Thayer C. True J. Tschepl D. Turner y!5SW'W'f"' "" 'WYWYTW' ""'-' """ "" ' ' ' """ Za k . -,., ... .,, - , :,ig,,.g.a- f."- :1gg,5 . 1-I .: v , . J it ef J J L T. W- T ,-:rf 'SZ' V, ,s Wi 4 ,,, .9 fr? 3 . at Q 5, N .iii 4 V33 ff., I. ' J 11 -3? if C2 ' .-.di ' '-73' A il 1.11 lla 1 lla . V. Urban 128 5- Viiflcleiive S. Vanderbeek L, Wagner P. Wenzl R. Wetjen B. Wicks J. Wolf K. Wood M. Zulkoski The Theta Xi trophy case. Actives, 12 Pledges In Theta Xi this year The Theta Xi fraternity this year included 55 actives and 12 pledges. The social calendar included the an- nual Swamp Stomp held last October and the Spring Formal in April at which Cheryl Mintken was crowned as the Theta Xi sweetheart. The Theta Xi trophy case added several new acquisitions this past year as the Theta Xis captured the grand championship intramural trophy along with trophies for football, swimming and basketball. Pledges ' wi n QI? xx 'un' A R. Brandt F. Foster 'za 'uf I 12"-rl" M. Hough J. .l ensen 1 , 1 1 -V . ,,,' I. 1 fa 5 1 , , ,.,,, 4 X -4? I AA D. Johnson H. Johnson lie f R. Karsten J. Paben B. Phelps J. Ravert K. Stultz Mrs. Rose House Mother 3 P L f 5 f, Q ,, 1 S '1. ui- Theta Xi Queen Ufiazyf dlffinfgsn Dream Girl of Theta Chi Jamie Boafziggf Theta Chi national fraternity R. Anderson "-In-. .Q 'ws H. Cross D. F ruhling 4 at k f - K X A-3 D +. 2 -.:. J , V A L. Kitt L. Moore em I - -gg-FK i i nhl 3 H. Roe E. Rogers D. Wells Actives Pledges 5 ... fr ""'!'5v J- Barger A. Caster D. DeLong -Ai' Fries H. Grimes D. Grub? ':'f ' 'e. A , N -.Q-:fx kg '- Kelley B. Klahn P. Maddern P. Preble R. Schweiger J. Yart 133 Si ma Tau Gamma national fraternit ti.--.aaa 'P'-Y '-ifrfaalgfz 9 15.11 N " J- a n . V V V x Q g, V , . ex X an A. ,A-may X 3, .. -,Q .aw S' J. Abraham C. Anderson sf 4 4 W, D. Beck T. ,k,,, V . .. . AV Vow . VVVVV V.: Mk . Q- if ' a D .,..' , if Q, ,,a. a,.1 1 D S ,. 'N 34- a .rr a -- 2' o "" 1 , -as gm ,way 1 . 1. ..-a if VW V - -- .ax .ik , ,gn , .1 r .V A. Blankenship J. Bohart B. Bown M. Brosius C. Burclless G. Cederburg D. Costello ,. .. V . VH . ..F ..,, . . . ....-..,...,.V, .., , . T ......,,- ..,. . .... V..- ,.,, ., -.,. i .,.,..,,.., . V V , ..,. ...VM .. V V ' 151- 7 -' ' 7 "" T -,-'. . :. fx F o--an :Eff il' .,....-ki Ai Vuq .- 'f' d Qa . MN A .. .A D .. ' -11" A 4 as - B. Coulter G. Dugan J. Eckhout R. Ender Erickson J. Fager D. Hannon A V X. I 1 V 2 X k .. V V V ,,An,T.V. V VV A 5 V? N 1 V V , M ' .4 V V. ' 3 w ' ' - U ,J A 2. Y ' , ' gt- VV X l ' , .... 'A Q55 -""" 'i ""' 'jf' C "" X ' " V - 1 V5 D. Haring E. Hynes C. Kiersch R. King K. Koch M. Martin ' C. McBride .-..- - , . o o""M "A" H D' ,, .'f: o' 'W' R I ' gf-' , 'gf I ' UI DI V V ' . V 1 ' H VV , -ar .. fa AQ W1 ' an 57 iff' .55 , V 54 ,VF V .' ,QV G -, I .Jw -as " ,wi HV' , -Y -1: I ...av , .... uv' , .....u VV,. V -? ...QMMW Q - lr. A J. Munderlolx R. Nowaczyk 134 S. Petersen G. Pinger F. Royer B. Schmoker R. Stone L. Tank SlG T :Made A Sig Tau welcome. ocial calendar filled 'I A. wg, D. Troudt C. Underwood J. Van Ackeren J. Vap R. Voorhees Q - .,.l T " ' I..-.n:-Q15-gQ.,qc54..3 6 Qfif X 9' " ' 53 . 'f . -' 5 ...- '. : ., g -- . we f ' W. Wendland N. Wiseman .l. Yarberry K. Yost A. Spilker house mother Highlighting the Sigma Tau Gamma social Calendar was last fall's Toga Stomp, the an- nual Parent's Day on Feb. 26, at which time presentation of chapter awards were made. fol- lowing a banquet. On Valen- tinels day a house party was held featuring decor of the day. The formal Wliite Rose Ball was held on April 2l . X UI-"" 1 1 Rose of Sigma Tau Gamma gall QJHJETMIOOCJ Phi Kappa Tau Queen gaze!! .ZQWZEKEH 'f "W 'W "' ""iT?Y'TTf 1-li '35 I-4-Ji W. Andersen J. Carlson J. Delp F. Gomgs Phi Kappa Tau national fraternity Actives at 004 41-S. 'tai' W. Gratopp D. Haney L. Harder D. Hicks B. Kernick R. K f L R. L L' b op app K. ie .z-Q., L. Hirsh W. Hjorth J. Hollister 'ff' L. Lipska W. Miller P. Moroski --:fu 555, 29 . as " nyff R. Powell J. Rockwell I. Sandman J. Sclmase A. Schneider R. Schwager F. Shields P. Soper J. Spindler L. Swedlund T. Swiatoviak D. Thies 138 C. Thompson J. Thompson D. Wells Mrs. Harrington Pledges J. Clabaugh L. Clay i'-Qjf.,.5Iz4 Q 'z,w. I I HI ,Nan X l 156. My f 9' In sl W sir r ci- A J L X A if 1 t f All 4 A. Cramer D. Duryea S. Fisher L Fnedlan In . , , ,..-- ,...-... i I K. Gehle R. Gregg G. Gunn T. Harrig S. Johanson S Johnson ,4"'A ,..'I5--1 R H. Layher C. Lezanic R. Rea R. Ricker P Saalfeld Colon gets national charter on April 1 ff: A little horse-play after a chapter meeting. The April lst installation of the Kearney co- lony as the Gamma Rho chapter of Phi Kappa Tau national fratemity was the group's high- light of the year. On that date over 120 guests, including the national president and board of governors, attended the ceremonies. The Gam- ma Rho chapter holds the honor of being the only chapter of Phi Kappa Tau to have been granted its national charter after one year of colonization. PM Q19 Il l als 1 Beta Sigma Psi X V .mn 9' xl task "N - F ' 1' 5 Q ll-S ' 5 Y?" 31,5 X T. Benner R. Brackhan 1 .F Q V -'W ta- kr- A ' I Ox E Q X , 1 ' Ai- Sl Q X. 1 'PX 1.,. Q xl L. Burns S. Christensen national fraternity if T:- SQ. waitifmptt t ,X ,. E b .2 A ' ' ev' ""1f' Q T. Bui!ingt6i1f . Q., 3 V t' '- Et 'Wg ' Q-mm, M 'J' S" IU! -,Q-0 t ,w'i'M7NN . '.. r qgiisg x' t "N a t a a -" J xi gf- 1 1 x Y, dh i 1 'Q E sf -f S. Oakeson J. Otto m x f M 1 s f. I 4 ' fl WU 2' .,,, f vi j A i., L ': , V. , ' mf A. Uhrmacher A D. Zahn 140 MMS! -,1' f,XY:Mp Beta Sigma Psi newest iraternit Beta Sigma Psi is a national fraternity Whose member- ship is limited to Lutheran men. Since 1960, ll chap- ters have been organized on Big 10 and Big 8 campuses. The Gamma Mu colony be- gan colonization on the Kearney campus this year and expects to become an ac- tive chapter in the near fu- ture. The Beta Sigma house was recently refurbished and carpeted, including restora- tion of the lounging and liv- ing quarters with new furni- ture. The men of Beta Sigma "take fiveu to watch TV in Frat house's lounge. 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I ,, 1 f f J A f f f , f ' Roger illiams F e lowship The Roger Williams Fellowship is the young- est religious organization on campus. The Rap- tist youth have sponsored several evening services at local churches, letting students take charge of all arrangements. They also paid expenses for five college students to at- tend a Christian Workshop held in Denver this year. Front row: Dr. Paul Gaer, spon- sor, Diana Scott. Second row: Jackie Fleming, Joyce Mahoocl. Back row: Terry Scoville, the Rev. James Walker. Front row: Sharon Hughs, Amin Haddad, Joan Glebe. Joyce Mahood, Kathleen Anderson, Diana Scott. Second row: Terry Scoville, Barbra Stull, Sandra Clinger, Linda Cross, Louise Wiggins, Ted Woodward. Third row: Farid Haddad, Wilda Tressler, Jackie Fleming, David Neal, James Rozmus, the Rev. James Walker. Back row: Dennis Goodwater, Sharol Waddington, Harriet Gustafson, George Young, Carl Plants, Dr. Paul Gaer. 'nw- WP .F is-be A .sa- Kappa Delta Pi is the honorary education ' ' fraternity on campus. Its purpose is to en- courage high professional, Personal standards in tomorrow's teachers. A -W1 Recognition is awarded to one of the outstand- F ing members who receives a 37550 scholarship. KA intellectual, and ,ff 3 it N33 K q,, 1,4 rf. x' Q- gs Seated: Donna Powell, Barbara Gunn, Sandy Fritz, Orrinda Karlberg. Judy Kru- beck. Standing: Wilma Stutheit. advisor, Lois Crouse, ,lan Anderson. Lela McCall, Kay Rizer, Judy Christensen. Sharon Allen. Pat Nelson, Arlene Rice, Sue Loontjer, Shirley Kovanda. Dr. L. Failor. New members outnumber old 1 1 ' f I I 1 , Q 4 Q ., ' f 1 , . 5 t gm, M' ,. gy... ,f 1:1 i ,,,.w""N r '- 1 7 14.2 , 4 LZ- V. , ' -r 4?5"'i-,. 'Jffg' ' . Z- .V I 1 ,dp I J 24. DYl1 MW New members out number the old. almost two to one. I is f"'x ri 145 Student ation l Educa ional Association I i i .WW lf i Jackie Fleming, Paul Wilmot, sponsor, Orinda Karlberg, Dallas Haring, Betty Hilty. The SNEA undertook the task of evaluating KSC's education and methods courses this year. They gave a majority of students in these Classes questionnaires asking how these Courses Could he improved. ln addition. they sponsored several speakers in the education field. The members heard many lectures about teaching. Q41 it ,W-. N an li ' 1 E sir Q - A x. , , ffffwiujfff I fl V Aw. yi. 45 111 :- ,- .-: , ,. .f V" fmywq , ,Q 'Wx f ff ffi' W li K, , 4 I M? gif' 'ffl 0,5251 -ff if 42,-54w4:,,:W ZZ - f' ,- '. ,,4f111z'5iff,,Q'- V41 mm, 1 .-: M1114 1 n ab 43 4., f ,fc za' .Hy 1 As one member describes the club, "We're either very elite or very crazy.', The Parachute Club has been asked to do exhibition sky-diving for the Ne- braska Centennial Celebration to be held at Kearney this summer. A...-,lf 1. KC Parachute C Club Geronimo l Seated: Vivian Laughlin, Jerry Herbster. Tony Soukup. Kenton Tharp and Bruce Zo- bel. Standing: Carl Tarlowski, James Nesladek, Dan Javins, Bob Cieciora, David Niencher, Bill Plith. and Jack Bowen. .4, ,J , M, 'gi , Q Q f Z, J ,ay r- l f ' . V -' 2-N' W' -N, 'P'f'fig -A ' "1Li1'1'3l 2-F' ' 'Q-ff! f , - , rv. - ' y?Lf5Qgf.aa.Qifr54t . r - ff ff f , 1 Mali Qesgr.. - .,-., Ooooof! 147 Sealed: Charles Cramer. Ron Jiede. Pamela Burks. Jim McClure, Lela McCall. Judy Krubeck, Maietta Adam. Linda Craig and Elizabeth Russell. Standing: Ron Lanstom, sponsor. Virginia Borchers, Sandy Holen. Barbara Gunn. Ray Schmitz. sponsor. Dean Heine and James Bentz. Pi Omega Pi is one ofthe few organizations on campus belonging to the Association of College Honorary Societies. Entrance requirements are 12 hours in business courses and three hours in education courses. A combined grade point average in the two fields must be a 'three point' with an overall grade point average of 2.8. Each year the group sponsors a student-teacher panel to discuss business education problems. A Faculty- Student tea is also sponsored each spring. nm WR. '?f.,,,,, va- Barbara Gunn. Pi Omega Pi , g ,, Officers: Pam Burks, treasurerg Marietta Adam, historiang Judy Krubeck, secretary: Lela McCall, president: Jim McClure, vice-presi- dent. Informal discussions are in order at every meeting. Jim Bentz, Elizabeth Russell. Sandy A p ' i Holen, Dean Heine, George Abraham and Kappa Omicron Phi Kappa Omicron Phi is the honorary college home economics society. The entrance require- ments include a 3.0 grade average in all home economics courses and a 2.8 overall grade average. The girls sponsored a bake sale this year and sold over 200 dozen rolls to faculty members. Proceeds from this and other service projects go to the Crossnore Boarding School for child- ren of broken homes. Front row: Darlene Comer. Connie ,lo Shivers. Linda Holley. Second row: Sandra Kulhanek. Bev Edson. Carol Frederick. Third row: Arlene Kaslon. Pat Casper. Joyce Endecott. Fourth row: Judy Estes. Ella Higgins. sponsor. Fifth row: Lois Tollefesen. Sixth row: Janet Markus. Mary Allan. Seventh row: Elaine Triplett. Cwlya Pfeil. Connie Powers. Each year the girls hold a homecoming tea for the alumni. Officers: treasurer. advisor. Sigma Tau Delta is an honorary for English majors only. Entrance requirements list a 2.8 overall average with a 3.0 in all English courses. The honorary publishes the Antler each year, a collection of poems. essays and short stories. They also sponsor the annual short story and essay contest. In addition to this. they present a film each year at the downtown theatre. This year's film was 'Lord Jimf, fir' Carol Ewers, president: Bob Thomas, ' Sue Divan. secretary: Richard Cloyed, V if 00 . , F G M if V. .t 123. Y at Xt kk . , if --er Q I W . N1 sf- if 'l . All social meetings are held in a faculty mem- beris home. 150 """-. X 3 "X ? X is J 5 5. ' t., , . ' gx X . ,. 42 t. ,ax j""'ss- N, 1 X1 fit! ' ,ya "Well, maybe we should have a test in English 210 tomorrowf, Sigma Tau Delta I Kneeling: Judy Bettenhausen, Carol Tice,Alexa Wylie. Diane Hamilton. Linda Petersen. Seated: Karen Whitesell, Nancy Henderson, Diane Nielsen, Michelle Aukerman, Dee Snowden, Alicia Wiese, Mary Turley. Standing: Linda Glazier, Bobbie Pennstrom, Sue Bernhard, Cecilia Slingsly, Mrs. Annette Reed, sponsor. Aqua Ks The Aqua Ks is an all-girl synchronized swimming group. The girls meet every Thursday night for an hour of group practice. They hold an open showing early in the spring. ..-ef A Mia: is mmm il mls that the president in the middle?" f2f"'N-.QQ R 151 5. ye. ' -5 3' sf " Q 3 ' ' 5 3 I 2 X I One of the main rooms in the Gamma Delta house converts into a chapel for Sunday morning Worship. The Missouri Svnod campus group tries to foster the development and e growth of christian fellowship. The l kg! group sponsors varied films and speak- ers aimed at the social aspects of col- Vg lege level life. " 'C Yks-0 Concordia Teachers College presented 'Spoon River Anthology' for the Gam- 40 ma Delta,s this year. One of their big- gest projects was estalilishment of a foreign student scholarship. This discussion could be on almost anything 152 Officers: Carleen Weidner, vice-presidentg Marilyn Scofield, secretaryg Karren Peeks, presidentg Roger Brackhan, treasurerg the Rev. Eldor Meyer. Gamma Delta Magazines and TV are provided at The kitchen is a favorite place, even if the Gamma Delta House. everyone does have to do his own dishes. 153 pan' Club X The Spanish Club is continually im- proving its knowledge of Spanish civilization, customs, and language. Members often have guest speakers and films concerning the Spanish speaking countries. Each year the club sponsors a movie at the World Theatre for a fund-raisiiig project. The group hosted the Ne- braska Modern Language Association for its April Meeting. Officers: Janine Hanthorn, Treasurer: Col leen Moreau. Presidentg Dr. A. Sosa, sponsor Fran Blincow. vice-president. Seated: Lewis Miller, Lanny Moore. Barb Opitz Marge Cross. Linda Hood, Cora Teter, Sharon Ser eant Larry Travis, Kathleen Anderson. Standing: Ida Daniels Marla Luisa Mendaza. Maria Luisa Gaitan, Janine Hanthorn Dr Aristides Sosa. Benito Camacho. Collen Moreau lxevm Bloemker, Fran Blincow. Jim Ritz. Rosalind Smith Barb Bloemker. Seated: Ervin Huffman. Dennis McGraw. Carol Sue Oran, Ken Evers, Bill Bauhard. Standing: Spon- sors-Richard Barlow, Bruce Stewart. and Ivan Stones Ervin Huffman, president: Carol Sue Oran, Membership Chaimang and Ken Evers, vice-president. Kappa Mu Epsilon The honorary math society on campus realizes the important role that mathematics has played in the development of the civilization as we know it. Kappa Mu Epsilon awards a plaque and scho- larship to an outstanding math student at the annual Honors Convocation. They also spon- sor a special planetarium showing. Seated: Marilyn Koch, Barb Christianson, Sharon 'Wood, Pam Herman, RobertaMankin. Bev Ebmeier. Sandy Ourada, Nora Carton. Standing: Gary Piper, Mike Coe, Clark Hehner, Terry Wortman, Dan Gar- rett, Walt Griffiths, and Loren Vian. 155 l FQ? A v ,x -1 A f Members of Kappa Pi are continually trying to represent the highest ideals of Art. This year they co-sponsored the Beaux Arts Ball, a masquerade party held for the Division of Fine Arts in February. Each year the fraternity holds an all-college art exhibit. They have had several films and speakers concerning the appreciation of Art. Officers: Gerald Christensen, president Ruth Shovlain, treasurer: Elmer Holzrich ter. sponsor: and Patricia Fleming. secre tary. Kappa Pi l l ' A5 I, is r JL Front row: Marva Carpenter, Cathy Cacek, Frances Rupprecht and Gail Shaw. Second row: Richard Bess. Roger Batt, Larry Bird and Larry Peterson. Third row: Mrs. Gladys Rose. Raymond Schultze. Gary Zaruba and Jack Karraker. , ,'ix Ufficersz Pete Smith. presidentg Clark Hehner, vice-president: Sandra Swartsley, historian and Galen Sterner, secretary. Standing: lsponsorsl Dr. John Bliese. John Farney and Stanley Longfellow. Entrance requirements for the Tri-Beta Bio- logy Honorary include a research project for each individual member. ln addition all po- tential memliers must have a 3.0 average and be a first semester sophomore. Tri-Beta sent eight of its members to Emporia, Kansas, this fall to attend the Regional Tri- Beta convention. The honorary hopes to spon- sor a field trip to lVlOl'l'lll Hall Museum at Lincoln. Tri Beta Members of Tri-Beta often con- tinue their discussions long af- tel' the HlCCtlIlgS are OVCY. --.---YW.-W . . 158 Officers: Larry Travis, treasurer, Donna Wright, secretary, Denny Anderson, presidentg Kathy Mc- Nurlin, historian, Linda Steele, vice-president. This is the second year for Phi Beta Lambda, a national organization for all business stu- dents. They try to develop competent. agres- sive business leaders by presenting programs which will be of interest to secretarial, busi- ness education and business administration leaders. Their projects include a Professor Auction, the proceeds going to the Kearney State Endow- ment Fund for scholarships. They also helped during Inter-High Day and the Heart Fund Drive. The organization is extremely active in organizing local high schools to form busi- ness groups. -f-f""""' -fl-33:31 -' ,M -fp .. ,, -M 1':f,-f-t"'ii..w -f '94--4 Front row: Larry Wilcox, Linda Craig, Sharon Bayne, Mrs. Dorothy MacArthur, sponsor. Second row: Lorraine Zeleske, Linda Wilke, Donna Wright, Marietta Adam, Gaynelle Blicken- QNNQ Holtze, Linda Steele, Pat Niebuhr, Diane Beason, Roberta Stewart. Fourth row: Sandra Palmer, Elaine Newman, Miriam Hickman, Bruce Martin. Fifth row: Dale Dowson, Dennis Anderson, staff, Kathy lVIcNurlin. Third row: Margene Larry Travis, Herb Roeser. Phi Beta Lambda Members often hear guest speakers like Wal- lace Loerch, a certified public accountant. ,,,,,,,,..,-nvv--w----- .M- .7 ff Front row: Joyce Mahood, Mary Jane Uhler, Doris McConville, Marcia Harris, Chelsea Koch. Second row: Dixie McDonald, Judy Cassidy, Deanna Harms, Pat Hansen, Carol Hutson. Third row: Nancy Cook. Andrea Tranmer. Le Creta Johnson. Barbara Gunn. Paula Klatt. Fourth row: Karen Brock. Phyllis Young, Arch Oetken, John Lakey. Fifth row: Jerry Gosnell. Ray Ahrens. Dean Bragg, Bill Dickenson. g.. :ev Front row: Jane McClymont, Anne Baldwin, Judy Jolovich, Kathy Hoster and Marsha Knobel. Second row: Betty Powers. Suzie Flack. Cheryl Coley. Kathy McNurlin. Karren Peeks and Mrs. H. H. Redden. Third row: Penny French. Jeanette Cool. Diane Euler, Maryann Foote and Lavonne Johansen. Fourth row: Sharon Erikson. Jeanne King, Glenda Wiles and Connie Albin. Silver Circle Y bi 4 A .I 5 l I 5 1 , ,y A ..,. Eu .... Silver Circle is the new sophomore Womeifs service society on campus. One of the activities ' it started this year was a Heart-O-Gram service Q . 'Q , which the girls hope to make an annual event V every Valentines day. Silver Circle members also served as guides for the High School ln- ter-Scholastic contests held in March. Officers: Maryann Foote. president: Diane Euler, vice-presidentg Sharon Erickson, secretaryg Suzie Flack, treasurer: Kathy Hoster, historiang Glenda Wiles, publicity chairman. 160 . 121 . il Q ,A,, , , ft Q1 . I If 42. nl? sl .af 1 C I I ii 6' in ez? Editors Kenn Gonka and Nelta King check over each story for errors. Effort for excellence characterized the 1966- 67 Antelope as the staff worked to improve the content and layout of the paper. More eight- page editions, in-depth news reports, editorial cartoons-all helped boost the paper,s image on campus. The Antelope staff also branched out into other activities by sponsoring a pre-Thanksgiving 'swing-stick, contest. The victorious team Won a 12 pound turkey. A special edition, featuring the use of color, for the annual World Affairs Conference high- lighted the spring semester. During the second half of the year, The Antelope also started a campaign in support of the administrationls budget request. Business manager Ron Sands compares coni- petitive advertising. Th ntelope I 2 1: mggv l -L vip 'w This year the Rodeo Club was host for the 'KSC Days of ,67, rodeo held each year at different schools. Fifteen col- leges from Kansas, Oklahoma and Ne- braska participated. Prizes for this rodeo amount to almost 31000. Each year the Rodeo Club sponsors a slave sale to raise money for its organi- zation. Each of the members is auc- tioned off, for a 10 hour work day. Total amount made on this year's sale , . was 35300. Ufficersz Jerry Kaufman. president g Gaylord. Mann. vice-president: Liz Alm, secretary and O. T. Ventress. sponsor Rodeo Club Seated: Bob Gregg. Steve Skibinski, LeRoy Vanek, Mary Chelewslci. Liz Alm. Connie Chelewski. Sandy Hesser. Joe Phillips, Bill Holen and Torn Youngquist. Standing: Mike Harvey. Joe Brogan, Cay- lord Mann. Rodney Gilliland, Roger Dempcy, Kent Peterson, Dick Lee. Gary Wettlaufer, Cary Marlin. Jerry Harms, Jerry Kaufman and O. T. Ventress. 4 1, -2 - ? -2 xi' rfwz, f " ' .. ' and xmfg A 'A P a A.: "" '-A Going Down! ! Don't let him get away!! K, Let,s make sure those chaps are tight. 'ir' SUAC is probably the biggest and busiest or- ganization on campus. This group manages activities for the students ranging from pool tournaments to art exhibits. They are continu- ally redecorating and improving union facili- ties. Each year SUAC sponsors the annual Christmas Candy Cane dance and the Valen- tine's Day Sweetheart Dance. SUAC brought Chad 81 Jeremy to campus this winter and the Kingston Trio in April for the Little 500 bicycle race. SUAC started the 'ride board' to let the week-end warriors let the general public know they needed a ride home or that they were willing to take riders. Something entirely new this years was a 'Miss Legs, contest. Eight co-eds entered only pic- tures of their legs only while the audience do- nated money as votes for their favorite pair of legs. Proceeds were donated to the United Fundi The Student Union Information Booth is the focal point of all SUAC activities. 164 'if U.SllM16 Hill, l5'l'l'U , I gs , ,i , 1 f 1 was--i Activities Council One of the SUAC-sponsored sock-hops drew 1200 dancers. l 1 5, H ' fvxxs' f 5 . Cf? ,UAT 'K ii 'li ET I ,ii i i X, 1 dv:-if ' ' ' si-! 5 Z w Unfortunately. Student Union Director lvard Sclirack wouldnit let SUAC president Dave Rader enter his 'glove-ly legs" in the Miss Legs Contest. 165 The lnter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is one ofthe oldest religious groups on campus. Weekly meetings are held along with dormitory Bible studies and two state wide retreats. The Fellowship holds an annual spring banquet and is planning to attend the Urbana Conference. a triennial inter- national missions eonference to be held next December. Dr. Theodora Nelsen, Dr. James Swan- son, Dr. Glen Underhill and Dr. Philip Holmgren act as advisors for the group. :.3vA.nx.a................ 'fi-.Ury Seated: Marge Glover, president and Cathy Zav- gren, secretary. Standing: Bonnie Squier, treasurerg Dr. Theodora Nelsen, sponsor. Dr. James Swanson, sponsorg and Jerry Hawley, vice-president. Inter- arsity Christian Fellowship 'QQ ' N .-' i,5.fi.fg,,y Q ,J m'Q"Aw.f,,...' 166 X Singing is one of the more popular pastimes at weekly IVCF meetings. Y-f?'flf ' t,:'jg,-1 y., ,, K, .sw CD E' U' .qx - 'Y-Y? Officers: Jerry Stine. treasurer: Randy Rasmussen. president: and Bob Hauver. ad- visor. -ff H A J ,.i,2,p -I 3'-J wff i' 1' . J .,., A ,, , J . , , W4 - Front row: Bob Hauver, sponsorg Randy Rasmussen, Jerry Stine, sen, Bob Vokoun, and Clay Anderson. Fourth row: Lee Jacobsen. R011 Brewer, R0gCI' Nielsen, Jim Jensen and Tim Hunsberger. John Daake, Lyle Gearhart. Doug Lacey. Milt Dahlgren and David Second row: Ronald Hadwiger, Carroll Kinnaman, Richard Detmer. Fifth row: Ernest Thayer. Merle Horst. Vim-e Urban, Walter, Gary Mierau, Bill Goedert and Tom Nelson. Third row: Jim Kendrick and Dave Dostal. Richard Dostal, Lannie Shelmadine, Dennis McGraw, John Peter- 167 11,-f Y 1 -Y". A .n X' rf: ? ...1 Mr, 1- ',. lui. R ' V Scholarship, leadership, and activities are the main hasis for membership in Xi Phi. This local organization is in charge of the annual honors' convoca- tion where the top 10 senior and top 5 junior men and W0- I men are honored. Nlembership into Xi Phi is secured by the tapping ceremony performed at the honors' convocation. Seated: Judy Krubeck, Judy Tollefsen, Carol Oran, and Carol Lamhley, vice-president. Standing: Dan Garrett. Walther' Grifliths, Dr. Philip Holmgren, sponsor: Jack Wolfe, presidentg and Sue Divan. 5 e ET Q. lr- -48 "a .yy 'TF' H gg -Quit N..-SJ ,. .4-. . , Q g..... . 1 ,. 5 f gp- - - 5 f T :L 5 ' P 'jj 1: X -we . t f n .y Q51 ' i' sw xfkgig .4 ix I QR qsgylx - , 5 s ', I , v - ? ,. .v. -. , V, f . -X Q.,-. .:. l 1 1 'I l I 54- -L 4 5. . Q UL . . "" vu... rn. Q-1-3---ff ' , U.. I ,, I L 4 W X li P45159 vp , 3 . ik .- is-iflgta.. t " 'Kill "' 5 -4:1 if ' 'W x "M 1 A 'V r ' " , ,A 7 f i 13 ' 1 Hi In 1 .-' I 'Q ff i A ,xx J lx l if V , 55,1 .L 3, '4. lr 5 , l .' - ' f sf' J K. I ., q 34.3 I .E . M' 533' 0 . ,, x ' af--' W -Q . K- 1 E' . " . " V. ps- s -. . . -sim ,. 3 ,rf , 31 SH., , ,s.:.A 3 ,ff ,pf . .- .:2 . 4 . X J . , -. -at Seated:Patricia Fleming, Rosalind Smith, Pat Lig- gett, Sharon Anderson and Shirley Kovanda. Stand- ing: Miss Phyllis Roberts, advisor: Thomas York, advisorg and Fran Blincow. president. Pi Delta Phi French culture and custom play an important part in belonging to Pi Delta Phi. The organization held a sale featuring French specialities. lVle1nbers celebrate St. Catherine's Day fda holiday of French shop girlsl, and Bastille Day which is celebrated in the summer session. Being the only Pi Delta Phi chapter in Nebraska, the French club cele- brates the various holidays HFl'6llCl1 style" by speaking French the entire day and dressing in French cos- tumes. Man is a creature mortal think it we but we nexer know. but then we might, say some .... fPoetry of the seweri C ristian Center Since the opening of the Christian Center at 821 W. 27th St., ecumenical spirit is making itself felt at KSC. The Center is the home of the campus ministry of four groups: Canter- bury Association, Episcopalg Neman Aposto- late, Roman Catholicg Wesley Foundation, Methodistg and the United Christian Campus Fellowship. The Center provides a united image to religion on campus, benefitting a student who might he interested in religion but not in denomination- alism. Service projects along with educational programs and theological seminars provide the service offered by the Christian Center. eiser ' IEEIES aufpurmlanlfa nA5'mM9a44y:-Q15 5 Sill? 'ft itll WURW ., .M .emu rlCfJS'9" Q .. ,Ng A I li f, I Strength and guidance for those who see I-J-5 deg-muff ' Mo L... e -L Z 3 Peek fu Ag I RJ 1fn14J:-5. nil' fn wf-. f"""W' PM -a in ,tiff fam: ,,,, Dhulal ' 75: me life Tk X Ev? Cf ldwgj-I ri 5 diff: Paar Q, 1 ' , s in , l. Nxt-at USLL SEE vnu N Mod-Am oval' B1TTfR .M -K Here a Christian Foundation co-ed tutors children in craft and recreational programs. Campus fellowship Admini ter to all X X ,f' X 75 awam 17-mm, flounggu- K - ' ' 'iff -Inf ' l if 1 3 f'S i'f..y4,l3'c2'd-'O - ,A 1, 'Q A - f , A F t 5 f l f.w1mc:f.st 52 Ziff -X ,' ,A -, tgg,',g'.'7"' F' .-if .- 53- 333. 4.4 , fgvrv .-1, , , ' ...."L"j" " , Sr. iffffk rc' .-, cv ff? ' '57 ,yglyf ,Z 111 594' ,fffrgg fgfg You have to pay to play. Community service in shown by helping disadvantaged youth of Kearney. thanks to the Friendship Foundation. -KWH? Front row: Jaena Gurney. Marcia Fre- richs. Roylene Gustafson and Jan Rath- bun, secretary. Second row: Donna Van de-renter. Sara Mae Utterbock. Linda Amos and Sandi Sandstrom. Third row: Vincent Boudreau. Max Stratman. Charles Lux. Marg Glover and John Fowler. president. MEC The Music Educators National Conference places its emphasis on furthering the growth and development of music educators. As a national organization, MENC offers scholar- ships to incoming freshman. Such activities as the state convention, K-Show. and various special programs are some of the regular ac- tivities presented by MENC. M3415 5 1 t Q i Front row: Linda Anderson, Carol Sue Anderson and LaRita Runbariger. Sec- ond row: Rod Hiser, Sandy Olson, Karen Kennedy, Jeanette Cool and Peg Trumble. Third row: Art Soderholm IH, Randy Kriski and Derald Nienaber. Front row: Larry Banks. president: Den- nis Einspahr, vice-president: Don McGre- gor. treasurer. Second row: Cary Pinger. secretary: and Harold Korb. representative. Third row: LeRoy Thomas. and Dr. War- ren Messman, faculty advisor. The advancement of Industrial Arts and the promotion of good fellowship are the main points stressed in the growing Industrial Arts Club. The club scheduled an annual field trip to Kansas City where members visited an industrial site. They also are re- sponsible for the Construction of name plates on the different trophies. Front row: Bob Beaver. Jim Hanson, Sharon Al- len, and Harvey Olson. Second row: Darwin Samp. Mike Epp, Phil Hansen and Milford Daell. Third row: Michael Stewart. David Detmer, Verly L,Heu- reux and Lyle Springer. Fourth row: Ron Dick. Duane MCCan and Richard Norskov. . .- . an is x 1 J :kiwi '54 'Q Q 6. ,Mig- ' , 1 "s r y W ,t 5 5 5 . if 2 if 55 . 5' ' ' 97+ it 1 ' f sr X I V r elif?-':W1nLf-.' " - . , m,',f . 1.....-1 3 , ,, , . . ..,, - 'j gg.. if lcsqf '. -wif' , jf- ... .l ' 3 .:,msgr,35Q,s. A A f' S: ,..' " ' V' 1-' ,,:!'j- ' , . i . P . YQW' ' ar: ., af" 'ii' 'W ff" j5i:.2Eii2i?g f' ai fr." 'L fo f 2f4w,y.37m, , ,QQ 1 F.: . . , '--iizeamffffi f ' .-'Lf .4115 fa ,. 5- 1 M :Z-:. . N waz- ff N " ""'..'l?"Z1-? ,iff ir. V-I . 1 JI' I'-'Z' " 3't"'l ' -mfiflgizfiiiifriiii' - . Q .2-:"?7i'-T" ,, ' E-54'1f'.f' f 1 - . i ', .- :,:,fzs1Sff -V R .nies -Q, X ,H N 1' 'swf'-: . P 4, 'Af w 1 P E 1 X. , A x i 'Nz , 5- ,Q ' 5 - -. . .. t E 'wr-ffzhe. ' Q . ,H Q f Q . .1- 4-.rtii V '- ,"R1' '-f V . . , - - if A-A - ff .i - -- . ,gs mp' my 3-P,-'fi' Q ' ' - - ' 0 if -Sxlzif .- -- e '3 , '5g5g..ig',, JZ. . 1 793,334-3... if-'1ggjEf:" f -' ,. " 'P , - ' , Tr: c .jjj i.,fi5!ff'f'f5g?sZ 1 f 'Q" i vsi..- K 5,533 at T i fl' it i i .1 1 i I 'si 1 ir X fl .f yu., ' 2 X., M f i- 1 Q ., il 3' X .N in ' f ' vb Z J ' 2' 5 uf- 5 r' ' -f - ,M-.L gi, ' i ifr gfb-X' V -55 Front row: Donna Kissel, Sue Russell, Jane McClymont, Ronda Welch. Paula Klatt and Linda Peterson. Back row: Barb Christensen, Sue Trenibley. Debby Cassey,Paul- ine Hauder, Bev Bachman. and Jeanni White. agoneer Sue Divan .,.., eee,e,. c aptain Paula Klatt ..,,, eee.t c 0-captain Sue Borley ....... secretary LaRita Rumbaugh, Marsha Shada, Bari Philips, Carol Schact, Jo Black, Barb Cra- ham, Claudia Seamon, Randy Leise, Sue Divan, Gay Wells, and Sherri Wiggins. l E B 2 Q sw? 354-viii! 225 Fics' , 5933? E395 A x- 4-f 5-tk. X P' MQW 5239.33 5 ' "Xl'w"f' ' . . - . A' 'A'-rf 'W.'4.. . . , n ..,,,, K ...n-:.f,,f,-3. ,g',,,,n,, . 1' 'R 'g-- - 7r"'a1 ' 'f---v "'vlfA179f Eff? V W .4 152 Ji? , .fsviwi ' ag I Ji, . Iwi! ' ' Q, Q. , l ,Z.,A , , t.. .fr if A., hi -9 4 A 4- ,IMA Front row: Anita Person, Joan Ritz and Wanda Woollen. Middle row: Marcia Messman, Mary Mar- tin, La Donna Ockinga and Sue Borley. Back row: Beth Youngquist, Melo Durall and Diane Soil. Pi Regular activities for the debaters in- clude participation in debate and fo- rensic tournaments throughout the country. They also sponsor the intra- mural debate ehampionships, the High School Invitational Tournament, and the Platte Valley Inter-collegiate Invi- tational Tournament. Front row: Robert Kunkel, sponsorg Ladonna Oc- kinga Miriam Quadharner, Virginia Eman and Donald Tibbetts, assistant debate coach. Back row: Jerry Rockwell, Bob Loffer, Larry Biehl, Rick Kopf and J im Krehmke. ,avg -, 41 , .XY ' ff ., , ,iff v i Registration at one of the many debates sponsored by Pi Kappa Delta. - V. ., . , an fra , Cf ff". 2 - . , tl .Wi ' Q- - 9 gsm . 'Nd .C In -YM' K Wu , M ,fl if lhfiu-.. A Q.. A yea: A 'fig 222 all sim mfr Wins 2515? ia if sal iii Front row: Leon May. Carol jean White, Margie Christensen and Florence Webb. Second row: Debbie Christensen. Roger P. Moody. James Ayde- lotte. Tim Austin and Bonnie Jancher. Third row: Linda Halbgewachs. Sue Hoff. Carol Sue Anderson and David Ender. KSC Young Republicans The YR s got into the election mood this year. The group organized a campaign tour through 1,000 major Nebraska towns besides being one of the co-sponsors for the Tiemann-Sorenson debate held on campus. They also helped with the county bar-b-que which all Nebraska Re- - - P publican candidates were invited to attend. 1 I U A ' a ' A The YR sponsors the YR Forum. a bi-monthly a t publication. They also invite several speakers who present talks on modern sociological prob- lems at their meetings. f-7-f - 71- ' Seated: Carol Sue Anderson. parliamen- ft tariang Debbie Christensen. secretaryg and Q Q ' ' Viil up Linda Halbgewachs. vice president. Stand- :-' ing: ,lim Aclelotte. treasurers: and Leon ,- ' '-:,. . . .- -W, .-.,..-. fu May. President. 176 .:,z3.mf, n4'Ln 'vw lr . W H53 ' N-U' wi mf-.' H- f'1,x If K" Q' 'ff 1' X. ., 5'r--AN 'QW gr L. W 1 'LL 1 wwf' V- ' Campaigwming can be fun! Gov. Norbert T. Tie-mann, the YR's. 'iw , W? xx r 5' ' m ' 1 5 3551 re? 1 5 Q1 Us E X. Last minute preparations for another YR function. 177 Delta Oinicron is the sister society to Phi Mu Alpha men's music society. They Cooperate as a joint eiloit in the sponsoring of the annual pheasant hunt and feed. They also participate in the annual Cliristnias Caroling party and the American Music-ale. a program of strictly American music. The girls usher at the Com- munity Concerts held at the high school and at niost of the college Concerts and reeitals. Delta Omicron ,- 'C ,JP I 1 P I P if , j ' L Officers: Jan Rathbun, presidentg Peggy Trumble, vice-president: Orinda Karlberg, 2nd vice-presidentg and Kay Rizer, Treas- Ul'BI'. Seated: Marjorie Schwaderer, Connie Albin. Diane Euler. Kathleen Jensen. Kay Rizer. Peggy Trumble, Jan Rathbun. Orinda Karlberg, Carol Sue Anderson, Karen Kennedy, Jeanette Cool and Marsha Knobel. Standing: ,leane Holliday. l..eiLonnie Wood, Linda Amos. Marge Glover. Sandy Olson. Marcia Frerichs and Colleen Parker. ,vi N ,...., -4.-...V Front row: Ed Cutlett, Vince Boudreau, Jim Hunt, Don Koller and Steve Heckman. Second row: Bob Swan, Rich Brokofsky, Bob Nelson, Carl Plants, Max Stratman and Don Wood. Third row: Kent Kittle, Randy Kriski, Bob Keiper, Norm Cooksley, Tom Miles, Alrae Olson and Bob Glandt. The Sinfonians, men's music fraternity, sponsor a two-hour weekly show on a local radio station composed of one hour of jazz and one hour of classical music The group al o , . - so co-sponsors a pheasant hunt and feed in co- Officers: Arnold Sivils, sponsorg Dick Grube, treasurer, John Fowler, vice-president, Lonnie Kit- terer, presidentg Jeff Scharif, secretary, and Larry Voorhees, pledge trainer. operation Wlth Delta Omicron, womenis music society. D-'- 5 Q The en's Chorus The W0men's Chorus - X h 5 1 hx: 5 M h W gk? A S W - F5 H 5 f ' fl ' ' ' 2 . - - . L f ' - Q -Q X h I ,cs ' W I 6? h hi 5 . Hers A1 en' J Q CQ" M 14 4 any -KA if f e X -- en FV? Zi, wx , . 4 , J er" 1 e 9 n Xie'- 42,., ,- s I .. .,. ,r"f'f- , hi L' ' . ff:'f2f4'1-552'-' ' , 'fn A , V f v ,- -M -"1.L":: fi, .fm-Hrrffzvb-J," fu: - ff"5'Zf4z ,-Ywdwfk' A 1' 620 ,Y fr W' , -f - ww. 7 ,.,?,35f:,"::4g,?5"- ' gvggzywc J ,, .a-an ' ., . 454- j-A ,,., My ,VZ A., ,., .uv yy., V,, , 5? 1 M, I , The Chamber Singers The College band in rehearsal. K in -E 3 r -1, ,, f A 'NVE i g XL: .ix 1 A y. ' 1-tai. 5 132 KOVF is the campus radio station lo- cated at 600 ke. everywhere on Cani- pus. - Completely student operated. it serves as a laboratory for radio speech Classes as well as providing informa- tion and entertainments to all the resi- dence halls on Campus. The station operates eight hours a day. fire days a week. and is listed in the College Catalog as Speech 336. It is open to all students having taken Intro- duction to Broadcasting or an equiva- lent Course. KOF Xxfff NK? E" 2' iii. O Student station manager Dick Wells and faculty advisor Robert Larson. Don Schrader takes his shift at the mike. V ,- lt ff., J Seated: Kenn Conka, Ron Sands, Bill Andersen, Marsha Spelts, Jack Henderson and Nelta King. Standing: Terry Henion and Roy Kociemba. Pi Delta Ep ilon Pi Delta Epsilon honors the outstanding leaders in .lournalisrn and Broadcasting. llflemlmers are drawn from The Antelope. campus newspaper: KOVF. College radio station: and the Blue S. Gold. the Col- lege annual. Faculty members sewing Pi Delta Ep- silon inelude Don Briggs. John Jenson. and ,lolin fx. Cegielski. 183 Juli , S if T . 1 b,""'---qw.- Officers: Robert Larson. sponsor: Jamie Boatright. secretary-treasurer: and James Wilson. president. TV equipment was demonstrated at the broadcast conference- held in early March. 184 si ., 'N I S Kappa Sigma Beta is a broadcasting fraternity organized just this year. The first project was a week-end marathon. One of the members broadcast over the campus radio for 48 hours without sleep. Proceeds were given to the March of Dimes. Another of the clulfs projects was a broadcasting conference. Representa- tives from surrounding radio and TV stations gave their views of broadcast- ing problems. A question and answer seminar was also held concerning "Qualifications of a Broadcaster." Kappa Sigma Beta was Each year the Alpha Psi Omega theatre fraternity sponsors a spring show. The theatre production is completely direct- ed and produced hy students. This year the society presented "Three Ladies in a Bar-roomf From this spring show and other money making projects. the Alpha Psi Omegas offer a 3550 scholarship for theatre majors. The group also pays salaries for all teclmical assistants working on major productions put on hy the theatre department. lpha P i Omega WL it IQ I., 1, f f x'-w-4 'Three Ladies in a Bar-room'-Dianna Mc- Coy. Jeanne King. Joe Greeno and Bob Red- din U. P. 'Three Ladies in a Bar-room'-Georgellen Vogel. Bruce Hennie. Donna Thompson. Rex Veeder. Sally Nlullin and Joe Greeno. One of the highlights of the year for the PEMM Cluli was the sponsoring of a week-end track clinic in early Febru- ary. Featured guest for this clinic was Dr. Nel Jackson of the International Track Committee. Fifteen high schools and colleges participated. Officers: Cecilia Slingsly. reporter: Helen Bangs- ton. secretary: Nancy Feaster. vice-presidentg Bar- bara Schniiclt. president: Alicia Wiese. publicity chairman and Dixie McDonald. treasurer. Club as . 1-11. '-7 '- ,wmv ga. -- K I . .xx PEMFVI Club members are often treated to athletic demonstrations. Officers: Jan Mohlman. secretary: Judy Stromer, treasurerg LaVila VanBoening. IRC Representa- tiveg Bev Kirchhoff. vice-president: and Verda i Dorn, president. L.S.A. is the youth group for both the American Lutheran Churches and the Lutheran Churches of America. Programs include panel discussions, films and speakers which associate religion and college life. The group presented a Christmas program at the Bethphagy Mission in Axtell. They also sponsored a Lenten program at the planetarium this year. .. ., J- W N- sv ' , N 'I Q2 :fy - ., Lutheran tudent Association ,P ii if ez! l jiiwffatjgi- -5- Fi JL 'ww- Seated: Pam Kizer, Judy Stromer, Bev Ehmier, Bev Kirchkoff, Verda Dorn. Carol Bronderslev, Mary Ann Gaasland, Jean Waltke. and Pat Niebuhr. Standing: Jan Mohlman. Lynda Sperling, Susan Loontjer, Harold Oetken, Pastor Ronald Ebb. LaVilla VanBoening, Ellen Sanders, and Janet Ebmeier. lr- College Home Economies Club Seated: Dr. Frances Smith, faculty advisorg Carol Fred- erick. president: and Mrs. Wilma Larson. sponsor. Standing: Joyce Traunicek. Twila Larsen. secretary: Cwelda Pfeil, treasurersg Jean Hummel. and Connie Powers vice-president. N Front row: Karolyn Luben, Connie Blakeman, Linda Burchell, Carol Pettey and LaVonne Johansen. Second row: Joan Dexter, Marilyn Luther, Barbara Nienhueser, Verda Dorn and Sheila Clement. Third row: Betty Ebmeier. Deanna Brown. Marilyn Bon- sack, Cheryln Libal. Ann Ferguson and Judy Estes. Fourth row: Claudette Liem, Mary Rosenthal, Cathy Heusel, Lois Fouts. Sheryl Mulle and Margene Holtze. Fifth row: Sue Tranibly, Rosalyn Pavelka, Marlene McHargue. Pat Lighthall, Coleen Smith and Bonnie Daily. 'al i J J J ' ' Q l ,y' :AJ ' 1 ' 1,571 . i V 1 , 31 . .M l i A.'N fjg l Q, lf-E 2 K i fi t F 'try Front row: Jannis Brammeir. Nancy Marr, Linda Green. Darlene Comer and Sandy Chloupek. Second row: Carla Lemaster, Cecelia Schmid, Glenda Moore. Carol Joy, Karen Olson and Sherry Benjamin, Third row: Jane Dahlgren.Connie Jo Shivers. Kendra McClelland, Margaret Erickson, Connie Baker and Kathy Wellrnari. Fourth row: Kendra Spencer, Mary Robinson. Mrs. Merle G. Brady, sponsorg Pat Bonifas and Marilyn Haffey. As a member of the American Home Economics Association, the College Home Economics Club offered two 36100 scholarships to deserving mem- bers of the organization. During Cour- tesy Day, CHEC provided 650 high school Home economics students with a tour of the campus. .Q V eggs? , .. is K Front row: Ruth Shovlain, Pat Squires, Pam Albro, Mickey Ehlers, Micki Roth, Barb Kucera and Mrs. Ruth Sisler, advisor. Second row: Nancy Henderson, Jill Stueber, ,lane Kirby, Cheryl WS Front row: Barbara Horn, Sue Trambly, Dorothy Chraniosta, Pam Luttman. Second row: Barbara Coats, La Donna Ockinga, Claudia Seamon, Betty O,Hare, Sherry Shepherd, Lenora Brown and Janet Ebmeier. Third row: Linda Harris, Laurine Moore. Kathy Shada, Margie Radcliff, Barb Burnham and Patti Cross. Christensen, Carol White and Pauline Hauder. .L Associated Women Students is the governing body of the Women students on campus. The AWS sponsored a Standards Week during which several courses concerning charm, beauty and grooming were offered. The AWS was also responsible for changing dorm hours for Women this year. 9 Front row: Ken Hill, Way'ne Brown, Rich Walter, Dave Detmer Harold Korb, and Elroy Lierrnan. Second row: Randy Kriski 9 1 Norm Lang, Bob Thomas, Don Seim. Vincent Boudreau, Gary Pinger, and Ervin Huffman. Third row: Gary Piper, Gene Hynes, Dan Gar- rett, George Abraham, Arch Oetken, Rodell Kratzberg and Phil Hansen u Epsilon u Mu Epsilon Nu is a national 1'l1CIl,S edu- cation honorary. The goals of MEN are to give meaning to and develop education as a profession. The society is continually trying to upgrade the ideals of the teaching profession. The group sponsors a Big Brother pro- gram at the Boys Training School where each of the members donates time and energy to the cause of umak- ing men from boys." The members often accornpanyihe college faculty to various high schools during "College Nighty in an attempt to prepare high school pupils for college. Officers: Randy Hash, president, Karney Wil- liams, membership chairmang DuWayne Johnson, secretary: and Del Prindle, vice-president. Jerry Stromer and Dr. L. J. Bicak, sponsors. Geography C ub 1 rl.:,e.. 1 Seated: Max Slagle, advisor, Ree Stout, Jane Dixon and Randy Eckhardt. Second row: Jerry Bady, Marvin Stone, advisor, A. Stelle Becker, advisorg Donald Searcy, advisor, James Choquette, Le-Roy Vanek and Raymond Frew. Third row: Jim McKee Terry Mason, Jim Haggard, Jim Duncan, Steve Downer, Ralph Sydow, David Enninga, Tim Hanson and Rich Bratten. Fourth row: Pam Sixel, Tom Barry, John Crook, Bob Denny, Larry Heisner, Gary Newth. Bob Fry, Roy Tiff and Okon Edet. 191 Mrs. Williamette Martm Wlantor Hall Mrs Vlfninla Gensler, A- K yrs, ' S' l if Case Hall. Xxx X Q Xxx ' f ' 'P rimm-firvflfm s ' M x, :AS S "" is 'N Mrs Sena Lang, Men's Hall. Mrs Irene Holmes, Centenmal TOWCIS West Mrs. Leona Mitchell, Luclden Hall. Mrs. Reba Brown. Conrarl Hall. Re idence Hall Director l Me- Opal Cm SemHa11- Mrs. Opal Triplett, Randall Hall. 2 ll? 2' ,f in Q. mv"-""'N 24, 11,3 ,Q .f Mrs. Hennetta Thompson, Centennial Towers West. K Case Hall Counselors: Elaine Newmar1,Karren Peeks, Carol Wescott, Betty Powers, Rene Pfeil and Donna Cash. Case Hall, Martin Hall Dorm counselors Martin Hall Counselors: La- Vonne Johansen and Connie West- erofren. Z3 r 'NL Mg... 41 xi? 194 i NE?-' 'liftf rf5ii5ffiEE'l""' A ,M .lr Men's Hall Counselors: Cseateclj Rod Hiser, ,lim Crumly, Larry Banks, Ron Brewer. Standing: Lanny Moore, Bob Beaver and Jack Wolfe. tout Hall, en's Hall Counselors Stout Hall Counselors: Larry Stromer, Roger McMillan and Mike Vetter. ' Una!! IN--N wwe, 2 . if , . " ,, . -,S ww .....,..., , r "Sf,L:s,.Gff.:'YN resid Mautor Hall Counselors: Dave Kimble, John Crumly, Karney Williams, Charles Frasier, Gerald Collingham and Roger Batt. antor Hall Counselors rw Robert Gibson, Mike Coe. Ed Gilbreath. Ron Stigge, Steve Pitkin and James Huffman. 196 Randall Hall Ludden Hal Dorm counselors Randall Hall Counselors: James Choquette, Max Stratman Don McGregor. John Steffen en and Larry Kuskie. Ludden Hall Counselors: Sharron Carson, Pat Wallace, ,ludy Iolovich, Marilyn Bleek, Sherry Benjamin. Pam Herman and Janet Werner. ' 6 C o n 1' a d Hall Counselor: Bev- erly Kirchhofl. Conrad Hall Counselors: Sharon Nurlin. Conard Hall and Centennial Allen and Kathy Mc- Towers West Dorm counselors Centennial Towers West Counselors: Jean Holliday, Beverly Gustafson, Sue Russell, Karolyn Luden. Diane Soll and Sharon Allen. 1. 2 wi H. ' ,, A . 5,0 - " 'fa-4 ' s 3 i if nnfphfilsxs .1 " iff'-mm: ffm N 'smlm 3. HS! ,. V iw, w. 'fs -+nf'4.f, "'v f 53. RCM . .win , N Q ,Y .,,, 5 wk, ,fum 'MQ 'Q ., ' v Z .-2, 5 , yy? j "1 - ' 1 P- . . ' 'fig . M4-' - '. ' IWW 11 ,X M., f Q-11 ,3 15.4 . 1 A ,1 I rw.. 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Larson C. Lemaster OOHWSEO Kenton Kinzie Knoll Kruse Lamb Lathrop Lezanic ID. Kepler B. Kirby I. Kolbet S. Knutsen D. Lambert D. Lawson J. Lessman B. P. M. H. E. M M. Kernick Kjar Kumposr Kuehl Lance Leach Lessman Lewis K. Lewis Linstadt D. Little Lorens J. Losey Libai J. Liiienthnl Loaris D. Loffer Lucas R. Luce . Lilly Loontjer . Luddcn s... Q., Lundfrren . Mahafifey Marlys Marquia Malicky K Manley Nlareh M Martin Markui 'Vhrtin ,,,.-r XM R. Martin C. T. Martens .i. T. Maxon K G. Mcflaslin K K. McClelland L. K. McCoy K J. Hcifntree K The photographer of this picture image as he snapped a group in a sewing class around 1910. Q,-.fl Martinez Klaushach McArthur 7hICCiPiidIHi McConnell McDonald McGraw caught his ou n home economics 2 'fTff""" 'Www Si.: :Zhi At - VL- -. 3. I , .. .'a'Vwi V . K Q . .1 ' t vi 'H-" 4' H- "' 13. -.'1'f'?1. '9 FV 'TI' 17 .:.',' gf- ,, 1.555 2' 'J f f' " Q- wr-f-A fo ' 'fo 4 M kk: I J f v x 4 1 Q ' 4 .I I f Q E , r 1 E: 'lp 45 1 L. Yi ml . ,xl-v,, V. 51, 1 NlCPlli'TSOIl C. Nlika. B. Hoon. C. llortensen. S. Flyers. V, ' Nelson. K. ..lNEl.1YI13l'1. C. KIcVicker, Milbourn, Moore. C. Hose-man. Naumann. Nelson. T. Newcomb. Helbye. R. Metcalf. J. Hiller. A. Hiller. P. Moore. L. Moore. T. Mullen. P. Hungon. J. Nedrig. D. Neis. A. Nelson. T, Nelson. V. Ng. A. Nicol. C. U K7 i' , A wiki ' f 1:5 0 I 'JV l, ' q-.5 Q 3 Nlf'C1-fer. fl. fllcflreer M. XIf'l.Hl1El'lJlYl. J. Nlf'NI3SlPTQ. P. Nlf'Niff. R. Nlv'Nurlin. L. Nl -'4'.' fr. Y. Nlirrlrael. D. J. Nlit-'-hfll. l.. Nlohlman. J. Nlvvrzarx. l.. Nlofi. J. Nl'1rrrl'.'. C, Nlvfrl. D. 'ir-' in McGhie. T. McKibben. C. McNally. D. MCNQ-H. S. Meyer. J. Meyer. J. Miller. W. Mitchell, B. L Moroney. R. BI01'g3I1. L. Munson. S. Murphy. C- Nelson. C, Nelson, J. 212 Parr. D. Parks, D. Parker, M. Pfmkonin. M. Palser. M. Palmer, S. P5TmiNlf'f- N- Pagf-2. J. L. Paben, J. Owens. C. Ough. M. Quiring. M. Osterbuhr. S. Osborn. G. Otto, D. Ottman, Oran. G. Ondrak. R. Oman, D. Oltmans. S. Olsen. C. Olsen. K. Olson, G. Oliveros. M. Okeson, S. Oetter, J. Ockingar L, Olwersliaw. C. Obershaw, G. O'Brien, D. Obermeier. K. Obering. R. Obf-ring, Y, Nystrom. C. Nuttelmann, F. Nuss, P. Nordin. K. Nolte. G. Nissen. J. Nilluulir. P. Nightingale, T. Nienaber, D. Niemotli, D, Nielsen. R. Nielius. B. Nichulette. L, qua -uv' 'T A- f ff 3' "t""rx 'IV i N259 1 ,Q-R P 'r""' J. Patrick C. Paul R. Perkins A. Person R. Pavelka B. Pennstrom K. Penrod J. Perkins W. Perry D. Peterson L. Petersen R. Peterson ebraska celebrates centennial: Kearne State ends 61 ears ii j N- ., K I- Vx X l'r--1'ill.f1 lt P+-!E'T-will C I l'+'lrin:"1' Nl l7f'f'i'4'l 5, Peteraen Ni l"fvi!U-1' It U l'i.-kt-rf-ll 4 Plvlvvv I l'inl-tliam l Pifar l It ljfffnl X Pumn- I l'rwrfff li lt, Pritvllr-il f 4 QI Pettey Perri:-n Pliillipe Pivrrtt' Pitkin Powell Prof-er Q' M. Plum G. Pflasterer R. Pulliam Kearney State College President A. O. Thomas watches a baseball game during the 1913 season. 'xl Rea, B. Rea. J. Rediger, B. Redmon. M. J. Remus, S' Relmingv S- Richardson. S. Richling, L. Ritter, S. Ritterbush. T. Rodgers, D. Rohren, K. Rudloif, J. Ruettimann. C. J. Run, C, Ruiar, L, SCh21ChL C- SCh8Chi. C- Schaefer, B. K. Schellllouse. M, SChTI1id, C- Sdlfflid, E' Schmid, C. Schmidt. H. 5ChII1iU. P- 5Cl1HCid6f, A- Schoepf. B. Schreiner, C. ..?iXH:. . :K!::.,3-E.. M vu , x , A xi i, P gwfgxrw ,g'.fQ,:,-,W .45 bf ve., ' 'V 2 5. gf ,g-,f-..3.,: .' . ,A , . i 75- N i L . UT "' f. in 1 rf X"-wr! . 6'- Quincy. E. Rademaker. B. Rasmussen, V. Rees, E. Reisig, S. Rviling, D. Ricker, K, Ripp. B. Rirn. L. Rolick, S. Rusentlial. M. Rm P13 B. Sabaden, N. Sakuruda. D. Sill lskewifz. M. Schievelbein. A. Schlachter. W. SCLZWYPT- B' Schmid, L. Schmidt. N. Svhmidf. P. EZ' ' ' ' '.""?f?" ,f i ' Q .. .fir gt ,, -N, , -0- if vgfg-,gif--if " 'g i' s ' A 9' "?9y'7'.,?1 I.. -,VZ V . M .- Q 35 2 if Raymond. J. Rf-mlmlrflifi. N. Ripp, M. Hmlic-r. T. Suuser. L. Svhlossvr. M, Schmidt. S. 215 ' if 9 f1S?:!.5'13. 'S - :tj 5... .-lit.: .jl.5fqw..1. gi .- .P . L 'rw -fx . fx -A F gq2.gkCg:,fl?ai'.xi iff. . , . , 4:.i, i n 5,- ..,.,- Ha., . l 1 t i Q A I I J ad 1 5 -:- -X . v 1' i , x fy . r 'fa " J X f Br 'I ff", D' . C E., 'fgggy t 25. K ' 1 4 ' I lv ' A ,ff .f .- AX. , 4 -, -- of f.: I.. X I ' ,..' W.. . I 1 . .3 44. 5 1' 1, ' i x. .gg 3 U. T wiggle Q I al, ix ,z zfx X 3, ' 5 g 1 J . . . i . 151,44 K- . ' W. . . 5. 33 , V t A r 3 1 ', . . P ,533 . .Aww - .4-.-2 " ' if -.f - 44-If , . "1" , 1 , J, 1 J' i xl' --5:1 ni' tg .4 X Q + ., A L V ' -0-Q . . , Q e X P DNAFSN., ml, if ' . X H9 wax- Wi , 4- YE ""':S-' 95, -gi x ,ff B. Schroder K. Schroder S, Sviirmlder A. Sehroii f.. Swftt XI. Smxtt .i. Sf-ilin S. Sergeant I.. Silo- T. Simanek , . Sziwliivr- C. Smici! WI. Smith XI. Smith 21 6 N49 1'-'D S S opens its doors in 190 tri 'Q' Q-.., ' J. Schuller J. Seawards P. Sharkey S. Skillinski L. Schultis G . Sears R. Shaner L. Slater iffnvt Y an--4' Schweiger G. Schwerminger Sears V. Seater Shepherd T. Shield Slingsby J. Slovenske The old penmanship room at Kearney State Normal School in the early 19005. Schroder Schueler li Seamon Shanks ...Q as-1'--Q' J E . Sims qw-,u,,w Smidt Smith 'T Smith. M. Smith. S. Smits. M. Sohieszczyk. J. Soderqujst. B. Soderholm. A. HI Sodson, P. Sorensen. C. Sorensen. N. Sorgenfrei. L. Soukup. A. Sparks. G. Spencer, D. Spencer. K. Sperling, L. Stafford, K. Stahl, R. Stahlecker, G. Starkey, P. Stec. L . Steffen, J. Stromberg. C. Stromer. J. Struss. R. Stull. B. Sturek. J. Stutzman. K. Suit. C. Sundermeir. S. Svoboda. C. Suiter, P. Sutton. C. Swanson, J. ,IX-. of, 2 QI -.-f 'vs' ,cg-f xi er " 4 Tanner. R. Taylor, L. Tenhoff, H. Tunningham. Tex, K. Thoesen. D. Thompson. C Thompson. G Tice, C. Tikalsky. R. Todd. S. Tompkin. R. Tool. S. Towater. V. Trentman. P. Townsend. B. Tyson. T. Tramel. K. Tritle, L. Tressler, W. Turley. M. Tyler, B. Uhrmacher, A. Van Anne, D. Van Cleave, L. Vandeventer. D. Van Hook. P. Van Pelt. R. Q59 Van Wyngarden. 5. Vasey, D. Veal, C. Vian. L. Vieselmeyer. C. Voorhees. P. Waggaman. J. Wagner. C. Walentine, C. Walters, K. Waltke. J. Wareham. L. Ward, D. Warren, C. Weis. V. 219 Wheeler Wliitcomb White White Whitehead W hitemore Whitney Willcock Willman Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Weaver Weaver Weidner Wells Wells Wellman Wendt Werner Weskamp Wesley West West gif?-,fox r' , I? Q . I . . h.. I I .vxw ' E x tv g , 'K s ,M Q X 5' I 1 7 P :G E 1 s. X if-nw ,, , ' -7' M., me vaunllv, 'W as is A 'er Dig ii Ts 'V if x bf Gln F'OE"'3 MCMQ-ekin Wilson Winholtz Wojtalewicz A. G. :UF Reinmuth Williams Witten Wnjtalewicz U Wolfe Wood EP' Uri Woollen Wrenfrow F' Wondra Wylie The young ladies wore wide brimmed hats and the young men high stiff collars to meals served in the Green Terrace dormitory cafeteria during the late l9l0s. L. Yarberry D. Yetman K. Yost E. Young B. Youngquist J. Zapp L. Zeleski S. Ziegler E. Ziller G. Zorn J. Zimbelman D. Zimmerman W--..., 535 vf .39 221 -as 4 , jf -Jzsiraif F ', ,93'jiQ:5yg1 i .. ff" '- Va- . 1: vi if ,X 5 33-Q 5 Q wr 1 4,.Y " .- -, Q.: -V -- ar:-ff , 2 ' 1' Xjff ' X fr , , 4 1 . k' , ' Xl .X I Q, ophomore I N X f -. fa. -Q use -v-s YQ X x X X X X x xi ' ...Q 5. X -v . s :as 1 v... : Q G , .r. N. Q 35:1-X. ,fffxss so ' :rs-Xxx u A N .' rs-zsxbkx X xx ag 3 sl I '?f"?'1QfA nw Qlflr N., QQ Q 'Q E 5, ,avg E", R. Abelbeck L. Aim NI. Anderson C. Baker C. Beattie 222 Uysgnrfr- .4-s., Agnus .ff uv , 'R x..3:.g.-,W 7. Ex vid Abrams J. Absalon Amos E. Amstuz Anderson D. Andariese Ballagh D. Bancroft Bell K. Bendorf D. Adams T. Adams B. Andersen C. Anderson W. Ayres M. Ayoub M. Banks W. Barkmeier K. Berndt R. Bess Aladky Anderson Bachman Barnes Bettger C. Albin 5- Albin K. Anderson L- Anderson J, Bady BEIHCY T, Barry K. Bassett M. Bieck L- Biehl . Q .Nw so ,wc U, , ik 5.1 sp:-. :K ie N xv vs 'mm .Q . .Q A familiar scene of the Ad building taken in 1949 by Student Union Director, Ward Schrack. J. Boatright R. Bode T. Bond C, Bremen R. Bratten S. Breuer D, Brown M. Brumbaugh C. Bruns -, ..- ga- vu. J. Blattner A. Blomendahl B. Bloemker IL- Bl001'IlflC1d S. Borley J. Bowen J. Brandt J. Brarnmeier ,M nn. fr 13' ' fn 'V -af' - f?fl4i': ff .,,,., f 'ffzvvff-.eif ff 1 "" 'HY'-ifi. fig .9141 0 " .455 Jai. , ' ' .1 -Y .W 4' E ,lifgx .N J .I x Q x i 'f -'-fAff4ii-.?Jl- 1 'Muff X , t S v 4 1. H , ...U 14 :JM '41, V1 Wa" ' Af'-.W TW" y,.,, wfwi- L 1 1 My ,- 4 X 0, if Q if if , f s 4, 4 , . V! 6' 2253272 I yi. A J' Jo. 1 1 , ' 'ff if r ,lf If ' sf if ,, if Lu? 5,2 f YY Z . 5 X f W 772 ' ' ' mf . . t..1-'22cfm:11g,-y,:3z':1:f:::f.r.3- - f .sz ' ,, , L . n 'f 1 ' 4 L. Bird M. Bittfield J. Black M. Bonsack 223 R. Cherry C. Collingham C. Cottrell B. Cronin 2. 1 --.WW , 'M ' 425 YM - i lfi L' . 'K ' u f' A 5 L I 15 A--x 224 S. Chloupek T. Collins KI. Coufal J. Crosland I X40 ,W , 4 c r if ff , My nw ,::- i A ,fi H ' , ill . V f 7'5- -- B. Christensen .l. Conway C. Crabtree L. Cross -:mv-:J Cool . Cramer . Cross Christensen 4' f ,,frPf . ,qw ,sf sv 9 , be !"""'l9" J f rm-fx A - Q.. N' Q ,Ny s .5 'ti E5-1 4. 'Q' .M u 1 . .Q '-,f- it 4, 4 I by x . V, I yr :iff .- -f::5Ei. NJ ' 4. I A . ' - 'if' 14 X V-I . 'T "' if " F' ' ' can' N' e-- H V A iz.. 3, gr l f . fi T913 . I'-l'o,'.,I,-21, Ji" ' , :'-'-: 1: ff e 4-, , ,J ,. " , 1- ,:.ff:5'1.-w:,g- Lg-1-rg, 3511. v , .1 ' R ' 1, I Ulf" -3 "f 1 P fi". '. "ni 24 '- ' -- ' w- " P JU- ,g A - 5 V A H ' lv l' . f-if - I-:vi-Er...--... .--1:.4, ' N ., 1 . e,!::1HQ 'V 1,7 3,413 5 2 -2, A .Maiz e my -.1 -zfw, , .wly "fe,.v ' 223 ..-sr V Zig.. fi 1 A Q I W. :4- .3 ,wif f ' f ' 4 X , . if--.J . Buettner D. Burch . Busch C. Cacek . Carr J. Cassidy . Clark M. Clay DPU? Burgess Carlson Cecava Coady Burnett Carmichael Cerny Colley vwevg G. E991 O :I --as C 3 5-Ch PTE 0, .- Ggzfm FWZ? Darby Dave Davis DeMers .l. Denman Derr Dethlefs Dickenson Dickinson Dillon C8355 ZFFUFS UQUUU 5255: mblggg 5 zmmvfzrws- :zr ' FEM 6 1 ff al if f H' , ,. Y !... ,. ,, . ES I "' " '1 '0 A 'r--v 1 ,w 5 Q-AJ CV 65 QQ. S 1 ff 1-v-...f,. aChGFHEHH A, . 1.1 - -wraf . . -4 M9 ' QQ 5 . Yu '1 lf , 4 . . i ,.,'2 .,. .A ,ug :-'Efi.'2j'L'w:-if , -6322? aff -vii .ri f .nz i 5'-fi . 42' - Y N . dw R r . , . N X f' x ,Q gi' 'gy f '. ,J ,Ez , qw-.,Y" A ,Q I , . 4 .... .L 4 5.3. .I 5 Arr . K X wax vang, .zu "4 , . f w... 1-:rw . , ' x 5 if nf' .' V, 21:45 ffl- ' --,. 1. ..' fr .1 .14 4, K fy i Z ff' ef M 4 ,g ,Q uf, .,. 4 4.515 WQRQZFQW3 Z ' fl 1 f Q., of ax ff Z aww? f . ffhff- WHL " ? , ,..,.. . 4, , N , -fl" , ei' , V. ,,. ,, 5, ,,..,,,,. .., ..,,, ,Q .W ,'...,.. 11... ,i 4- '11-z,?:1e-my-g:. f ' 'Z- z lkwg , J. PQ: .-43.2, .. .. 1' nz, 1' 'ffwr--: 1 -'J - Zfeii'-53:3 '1 'Q Q' MQW . ff,:.1,z'gmf:1 1' 'ZMXM ,. Dodge Dorn Dunbar Eakins Eckhout Ehlers Einspallr Einspalu' Elsen Ellingson sq.-.. M5 22 17 were graduated in 1906 1' 'T . ,J "-- "'w,4., J F Mi. B "' H04 'WST' .fkbfy 17?-'-1, .21 "Mup- WV?" XV 'Tr' D. Fisher C. Frasier H. Gaffney KI. Cilsler QW i 1 A "' R."Z':r-"7 1 . 'Q-5-' fa f- ' fl' as . we . mi lm ga N S. afE2'f.,,jj,-,',,1.fiagf P . :hu .5954 X gs 3 1 I f' F M. Erickson S. Fisher J. Frates P. Camache R. Gland! 1-":- 'Q' S. Erickson S. Flack M. Frerichs N. Carton J. Glebe L. Essary M. Foote D. Fries J. Gausman J. Glenn 'KZ'- J. Erazim J. Falgione L. Ford J. Frye C. Gerhardt C. Glunz A. Erickson L. Erickson S. Fichtner S. Findley J. Fowler J. Fox L. Fry M. Gaasland E. Gilhreath T. Gilgen R. Gollner G. Golfer Gonka Goodwater Goossen Gottsch Grabenstein Grape Green J. Griffith H. Grimes J. Gurney G. Haas G. Haddix M. Haffey The college tenms courts ln 1915 were located where Case Hall now stands fp, - -aff . -L71-?.' 1'f' 5" H111 I -1 an 'G' Yr 'if' , - X 'QV' X N..-f , , 1 3 ""' . ' A 5, if .-L, ., . ai j.-Qi-'7-mz9?3:Q33'3""e si- 1-sf.. 1 ms ' D4 3, w 2 RW ,J X r X, 71 ' 311 1 ,ij lf- W , f M4 F C l L. x sg W ' 4 I X x -s..-- X "' 1 9 '-'f:....4S'4 2354, 5T'.-,'- x I f 4 Lg ly: :I x ,M .. ... .cw- v"1'i'1n ,. . . 1f::.,f-s' 2-'f '.?151fiJa'4 ' ..,, ef: . -N V -1 ,.f I f 1 J.-V W.. ln 4 ZA! r. , 1 " ' ' V - ' , !, f D. Johnson C. .larmin S. Hughes S. Holm N. Hinze L. HEl1Hffl' 228 W - - H , YQ' ' 3 :,x ,. ' HQ: 1 v x ilile v 'fn 1 -u .TF . , .3 L 'lvl T 'fx f 1-'54 1 VA..-4' , .f.f.,::15,-' V' . .-.w-135. Y 1 , , 44 ,, 43 y 4 f s' UV A xi'- I 'f T! X r gh Q ,g .LA , cA'fv Tl . . Jig. 1 11" R. Jones L. .lalwlonski R. Hughes J. Holmes W. Hinrichs .l. Hawk J . .lanes Irwin Hughes Holley Herman Harris J. Joluvich D. Ingram K. Hoster D. Holley T. Henion D. Harms L. Johansen C. Ingralnlm M. Horst V. Hogan B. Hennie L. Hardesty 5: 3 ni ? ,A QB Q19 awful ef fn: ffl an Q iw 'K' . . im,-I , re- ,- f Sis-21:4-gm... ,-:E ' 1 1 1i55i25.,:,'g I ?3'zf.-: ff ' V' F-"Z:-j Q 'jr i . : 4 ' :V , 'hi , ,J ., 1.-f I ,XY 4r'f' X 4. .M .9596 Lf AMW. 1542 , W , 7 ,, , W f , Z7 4 1173 e 5 . ,ja ' I Jensen C. Iliff Hoos Hofeling L. Hendrickson Harder J. Jensen E. Husband S. Holtz R. Hoarty M Hehnke T. Hansen D. Johnson H. Johnson L. Johnson J. Joslin R. Keller D. Kennedy N. King K. Kinnan W. Kniggle J. Koch J. Kennedy D. Kimble J. Kiser M. Koch K. Kroeger .Af's. --14, SDF? Kennedy Kinder Kissel Koch 498-1 3 I . xl.-fii 'if ' 113353 , W. :!5U.,,,- ,qu ' Q' :R v T.. ' z f- ,.: ,wwf v i 4 , w ,id , 1. x .c, Vviw i .- -, X x -.r.',, . , Q! wi 'G 1 'X 4 xl -. P 1. f in If , . , 1' .1-I f .fat wsu Z4 J. Johnson .l. Kaeding P. Kenton 552 f' ' , . ii Q55 ,V 7' X" . x ,, I A . if P. Klatt S. Kluver ff. Koepp G. Kral qw, . " 'nf wi ,, 'e k' -ww-M -fam, :X 'xgke , V A I T3 ,1"+..' " ,xv - V. .-1' " 4 .. Sir J. Johnson 1 D. Kasson C. Kiemsel 229 Dedication ceremonies for the south wing of the Admin- istration building took place in 1912. ,....v. ---?. .u..c-,f.,, , ' - , Y.-:QQ FJ' q ., . -, . ' , RI15.'fI,?5.f: V 1 1 , xx liffg , V 4... ' , : : ,S-, X, 15 -A-X 5 it" A 5' x " :,r . I- " - :l 1 F-.I-..'g4 A t. N,i:: , :, , ,',.355Z:'f 4' ' 4 X 3 W X , 'J 1 6 Sf? L 'k x tg- Q . ' 5 sms " , 4-..- Xu 4 l NX Jil' ef X: L .turn r' ' r n " V 1 I Q 1 ! 'IO 5 'TJ I K I-. '- - -2. N - v-Q qq.:.4 L+ ' 4 ' A X Qc U- K X N .NL--"-wf.. , 21.36 rf S. . , r SM Q g 4 .- , KX ,A 4 .. tx x D. Kuehl L. Kusl-Lie 230 A . "t't t"' S1-,saw P ' , '-sffi l'-. . Q K. Kruse fu - - , - X 'Y 4135 . L. Kulms A ' V . ' - Q 3' . Q ' - -is I K. Leise 3 ,Eh ' li ' 1, , lixwvk 64 . b F 'HN dw. t Q wi W K, W ' li-if ga, in l .L ai E ol .2 "WK I X Q... 'S' , , ' X, ' ' ":"'k ' " ' 'fry 1 . 3.1. I Q. vii. ,M b , . ig Y X, 5 L. Lasher M. Lange R. Le'-vandoweki H. Licllict C. Lindsay K. Luben D. Larsen S. Larsen A. Kuhlman J. Leinert L. Lienemann J. Lefever P. Lighthall I . 'X 3 1, to I .J. Kumpf , 4. 'fwfzz . ff-za :,.a:.4..,.w:-'V-. 1 Wm! M fflgft , "Y" 2-feglp 1.5.9.1 I 1 2 I 1. ' ' ' ':" .ffy -'I V . ,N -...R . ,, Q 1 . ml' 1 - . eb 'F 1 6 , 'fikfrx Q. al -cg nw' ' " Q rm xo fb 'zz 3? "1 4' ' .1 'N "Q-:N J. .Ev ,.y1gy'3, x 'YM' ' ' l,k7"""" 1. . ,.,5,., .f I ' , 2 '-QQ. f X 1 . 1 'I' , . f-Q-'iw "L . VV V, 3 .'. ff,-:f-fu. L ,igu . f 1 ..,.'gQ,..:.n tvofgl., ,Q ww 3.1 'MXN Q' .1-X V I ,X ff A 1 r M 2 . H Ni! A 'g4f' :'. ' "3 .1 5 R 34-.. i. - V r' 'fi NIM.. X' v ' ...f L ' M ' 1 W5"2I . V " ' 19221 V. " ff mf! 'A im ' -new ' , 7 lat V f .ww'fm ' h f S. Luther M. Martin L. McDonnell T. Medjo NHPF Lut j eharms Matya McGinness Melgaard .. 7, 2 .M " A S' 1, ..l .-fvffru. Wi. ,v.,4 'f - ffl 1' f Wa . 2, . ,. . ,, fag. . iff, 12,1 f , f 1 v' '1ggfi54':.:q.::. My , f f fig' if Z Un fl, w,W-5 9 f Ip X 42 x Q, CFU? F' Magil Mauler McGregor . Menges Mahood Maul McMahon Meyer G. Malmkar C. McBride K. McNurlin 1. Meyer W. Mark C. McCabe L. McQueen M. Mark 1,253 . '-1 ' 'f 23 I fn'-- -- 'V 'N X-., , ' J 9' f ! -A'a 1 .ahmwmm D. Marr N. Marr J. McClymor1t J. Meddagh B. Miller C. McCle1len J. McWicker S. Miille . . . 'Z' " f' 'P-,f,'. .Lf.:...:.....pmf,:::+'? ff! ,. .-'f'.'..:... - .44 , ' - .... 1 wr- " 12? 1 1 ' I' . -.e ,' , G' Mm? f . U f'f12a. r "1 ew M' P. M1mICk 7" I 'Q , ' .. . A, J Mintling ' - ' W' 'I My f' N ' ' . 1 f?'- .hr " ' W ' 'UTM' ' ' 1 J. Mltchell 3 7 ' ' . :M wif- " ' ' W I :' ' ,, ,..5,114, . ' J5HiJf,i.li:f.ili.ff I m g I ' 7' wigzg-':3fgzA.gi,,. .225 'df' -955' ' Wi R. Moody . ' 'T . - it ,: 1 7 H! df? . A .J Y . C. Moreau 5 W .. 2,.,4.5. P. Morin if-gg . W '?.vi D. Mousel I 1 , fi.. -'HS ..,,, 4,-5. 'I H y A 5 1 1 Q. Em 231 2 W. Neal K. Nelson R. Nelson W. Newcomb E. Newman A. Nefzger II. Niemolh B. Nienlluesc-r .l. Ninegar S. Nokes an "v 1311 .l Ffa? -, 715 9541. -' -vc-.. B. Mulligan .l. Naber N. Novosad 4,191 41 in ?--Q. :nz-w x 2' ..-:x ' - nw.. 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Robertson L. Rogers S. Rothenberger L. Rumbaugh J. Rucker ,Qf ,,..,-r A.. Km .'nr -'ur'-' if' V 1L,,L,,. I W " I C. Plebuch C. Preusoh M f ..,..',..-.vwzmwr , , '7' - 'Q' ,fo 74 . iw D. Poland R. Pollard K. Priddy R. Psota ., ' "- 'fi' ... 1 " ' V ' I ' ' , f-ff 'ii i ' ,. 1 V . . . , -4 f Hg. H' K A-we ,- ,Af ...Q u 5' f .. f V ' 5 5 f Hn. QQZ VQQ. V ' -. .K ' ,T 1' S ' 'wx , 'ff-'X "'- -. V3-ii" 3221.5 L -fi: Q 1 ,. - f ' :Z "" 4 : . '74-3, ' f' in , 1 , ., V fm., 5.1, , ,nm V :gh gif, ,v , -, Q- G. Rine L. Rogers C. Rystrom 2 . 1 , in fi iff- K 515 '. :gf .. V jigs: if ' ' ' V- ' f:'?'f'iw I I fy- , -lip" V 9- ' . 5. 1 ,.., . U' 'if . 11- - - X' 54 . .AAVA L. Ripp R. Richards G. Rohde B. Roth 233 4 . Y.-',. ,. , . ,,,.,.9,j . . vii . I .- - ,wr -1 ,.f-, , F3- figzfifiix ' . '-If "S ' -I Q it ' ' -ful J U 6, . 1 if f. 'M' . X 2 ri' -.f - -. - V . 7, X . I ga. .Q ' - b N . Y 'Aa' ' '51 . ' F I . 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M as -4 .f r in Q ' ' I it iff- - A A all if VZ ' ,-Q A 'M"" 1 , ji by ' .,-sv 21: .1 t , -5 : k :X A rn, J N' F f ' - :.,., " 5 1 -V1 . 'J 1 ' 'J if -1 by . H t . as f Q.:-'?L 5-..if:-ease ,mf '. :mf W' " 5:73 3Ql"f"1f J. Stratman T. Swiatoviak G. Tucker D. Van Zandt F. Webb C. White 'Ss D. Strobl S. Sykes M. Turek R. Vieselmeyer M. Webb C. Westergren as 'Z' FI. ,iii-af.,-'-:fm - 440, W M 4 J X V. Stryker J. Thalken J. Underwood M. Vowers M. Stryker E. Thomas J. Urban S. Waddington N R. Stutzman L. Toomey J. Van Ackeren C. Wagner M. Weber ,515-'X V""T' Suhr Travnicek . Van Boenning Walker Welch White Z' ' 5' ' G ',. . 137WW?9'Q fn, ' -44',,f4Wf5,.qw.z , ,,,, : , -. 'Qi 6 ls' A- 1 K.: as 5 .., 5Q5:Vy,gg1e3214.. ' D. Sundermeier M. Swedell D. Tremblay Trenchard L. Vancura L. Vanek P. Wallace A. Waskowiak G. Wemhoff J. Werner B. Wicks D. Widhalm 235 X J. Williams ,,1-E' R. Williams 7' 0' '2Z22:r-1E'f -I w'WY 2,2 2 "l""f 'TZ S. Wohleb G. Wood Wood Wood Woods Woodward Woolsey Wright Wujek Yant Yelken Yost Yost Young The sllly games college girls play Junior In V ., U '.,:f: V 1 3 ' ff'I:':5if'1i'f:',' if-:'-f' . .V 1' L " ::":14?1' 'E -15. V. qu., Y he ' X- .x , . I . V A H: iff: , . . , I' ff ' -4 - Ku . 1, ' Q ' " v : -- .BI rf P1 ,. 4 - 1 I f 4 A-4 I . M , ' ,. r , " v giffff-2',':'N'f 1, V J. -5.1:-53,1-:,,. ' " fe af" X ' "Q 1 Q' ' 3125291511 4 ' M?VWyWzW?i -vMM', I , rv -' U at A - - E. ef: V 'J' ' if -0, v ' X11 f Q' mm,h, H ,Q 13 fd 'Wy 9 551 Kim , A I 1 1 'Q A ff ,A A N I ' 433W ........ I A W ig 1.M,m o he M , . V1 I 'V , 27.1 -A . . - if If 1 Q 1' ,:z :.,-,1,,,g1,,' : :gs-A' ' ev' -- J .c ' 3:f1ZLi?::" ""' V, 1 QQSISE' '25 :. Hx ww' 'W' ,W Z 'W ,A GQ ,fx Y , .ITN 2 .'v,f-,ff -2 . A 5 rx- f gf- an M ,Mx QQ? -' f '4Y'2fi--.- 4 . 6.r4.,,,.,,.,v :?.i:F'f',' '- . . ' 513.1 , ' 1 ' If 1 f' '?'2Y' . , 47 , dia' . I. 'Ml fav-, -' ' ' 0.5112 42,1 'uf?Ww ---A135 mf J. Ahood M. Adam Adams . Ahrens Alberts Anderson F95U?' Anderson Anderson W. Axmann L. Banks J. Barger D. Bauer WF I. Beck . Becker Belka . Benson . Bentley Bentz e-magna: . " XX B TS- 'IEEE .B A ,,,x::x.oi.NX , N 41:1-4 :is All ' :gs . ,K . If W, - Q., ..-svfoo rs g. A-:.:xar4 -. NMS: - " 1 C'.':SS?Sh!'1M9a!5l'." F? Z FY 97 FU pwusomcs Blecher Blickenstaff Bloemker Blythe Boudreau Bowden Brandt Bratten Breiwer Brock 2 ig-. if . "Nature-our chaperone." One of the first all school picnics at Kearney State Xormal. It was held on the Country Club grounds Sept. 29, 1916. 3 l .fin xv N :Fr D. Cash N. Cooksley J. Crank H. Crandall J. Cra.n1nore S. Carson M. Deets D. Deines T. Cook L, Crawford J. Dick 238 -.Q M. Chelewskl B. Christensen R. Cool D. Cornford L Q'-W wi -Q tj ivwvli' PUPUSUFFUE .av T Brunke V. Burge Bye B. Camacho Coburn M. Coe Costello L. Craig Curtright S. Dainton Dick D. Ditmer N..'-'1fav:-i:':-.vzf-.-:rfI.-21' .1 :.:v:v:': .rw 1-of-V .11 - 1-ff-,-: am -f:m4z2sr: .rw f 'M- "w. . U .' . 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'lhr' Num 3. k! .. ,fx 5,9 . If 0 . .0 ,SM 'A J , I, , ,L l . 'itll ,Q f . S- "3 6 .si S 1' ' l ' 1 ' . . , 1. V 533. 'fr' if I '-. FH-5 "ff: V' 4 ,-LA . . :gg , .ff , I 1 J-ef-QM 5- F :ff ,sag 3 - .5-li. 3 .'.w1.f::Ai12yga.,f:2 3f,..,.:.3.gg'.xHf'-'P5' ' Q ,- - ":,fiQ',g .P . P, 22' gui 1 V , ' A ' +I A f ' f . 4 I fr 4 4 . ,f . 8' Sm' , I . . . ..,5 .. , . . I , 239 24 P. George D. Gerringer KI. Gibbs J. Gloss J. Gosnell I. Green L. Griiiirh B. Gustafson A. Haddad K. Hansen P. Hansen M. Harder D. Harvey C. Hasty D. Haussler S. Hayme E. Heapy B. Heaston ' K 25" 53'-"'eT?,:'-gnc ,i11,',3,. 3 ....,. , ...f-ww-f -es- . 'rm' 1-is 'rr-f K. Gibson QIS 5. I BR ,Yay , . T ,su . gh L. Glazier -1 tu .gm fu' Q fl? fix W, ,,. 5 1: -1' ,ae lf A , ','.-glint f W ' , K 1 3 1 b,, , f H ES Fu- s.. A. '5' W 5 , up nv--.. . 1 i I hi ,. xx 'fftfa-""3 , , 4,." f' -1 . 35 S. ..-.1,wt 1 , 'W fx" ,- . '45-'J -if J. Green K. Gress L. Halbgewachs L. Ham X Orff -3.31, A V: vf:f:, ,,,..1 .a1.4.q -1 'Q 1 4 1 wi if k 'V uf' .ff fl- 3 -f A 24' "im -eff' f . h Hyivl, ,nw '- -:ei,1,,,.f: .. ,ff 2 f f ,, Z 6 1 i f? x L S. Ham L. Hanks J. Hardwick K. Harrison 5 Q' ' w 5, s-,gigs-734 ,gn . ,- 1-PY as 2 ft"-s le ig' ,ci P775 K K , an-4 S. Helmick , R. Helve S. Hendrickson M. Herbert L. Hibberd M. Hickman V. Hill B. Hilty .1 S.Hoenig y C. Hesselgcsser R. Hiser . ' . I . W, Hogenbuck J' Hollister r- :V fe., HGH 1""' J. Holliday ,Q X . f f 241-V"l'Mghf.'., ' .4 fi , V X Q 'inf C. Jahnke fy. 14.4 ,.- 'iwgfggz 7 .. 1 , 5 -' 1 'fx .L ff." J. Hollister M. Holtze A. Howard J. Hummel J. Hunt J. Janski P. Janssen V. Janssen J. Jacobs D. James K. Jensen J. Johnson J. Johnson K. Johnson L. Johnson L. James M. Johnson '7 L 55 A x ,wx-'lj-f..,.. :ff 2 , 1.5,-F: he fi: fy 9, 'F ,- Q. , . ggmlm Ei-fin EZ! R. Johnson Y. Johns-on .. Kaflon . Kaura 1 ' .Y - , 5, 1'xwe,A-,L Xi. Krug ZQ "'s... ...ff 4-5 Kirchhoff Kirkland Klapal Kliewer QSFF 5555 C' fi.N.': II'--E rn 7TrnH OW' 2 m E I" SEQ? HE fo :Pvc--QE Dc: .2 O U7 m4e5 Larson . Larson . Laughlin . Laux 19 0 enrollment predicted to hit 6,7 00 H. Layher D. Levy -it! "I,-i . Q ,' ax P. Liggett " gl " wmv. D. Lmclsay D. Lewis . V. Heuveax 1f'5jfg.QgvY R f fig. 'iii' " ' x 'V D. Maclntyre ' .l. Maddern . I. E. Linn G. Lockhart I, L.,.M., -:E ,W .... , . ,.,,., V ' . , .Mann T. Makings S. Malchow -f I R. Mankin 4 V G f fit. is P. Markussen G. Marlin C. Marsh W. Martin B. Matusllchin D. McCan G. McCormick ff-.... L. McCue J. McKee q N V .,. zll Z ' Eg I C. Meeley ' K- Mercer J l A 908 tuition was 3100 if f.,9:?'5 5 - '59 "cms:-1. , .. gqgiaglu wrewi 'f , i-if . ' -Db ,i"'x?g,4 1 4 ' -.. I 1 1 A ' ATQ- '9 x g'?, ,.', K 5 r Qi -sk ,-51,3 X ,, X , ' "' ' M4 Q gf 2 f 193 1. - "Cf" , ' 5 'Y 'EN . . , Y- fi ' f f Pav' N . .ailrwrrx 'Q . :- '34 g g ...5.., 1, m V A 1 1, 3 V 'v- , 1 3 b 1 iw..- Kf 6. , ...... fir, 'IV x lg 'f 4 f3Qgg?3f. 553553. R. Milligan C. Mintken S. Moates J. Muckel G. Murphy L. Murray R. Nelson J. Ninegar L. Norurn A "modem" dance class on the front lawn of the Administration Building during the 1917-18 school year. ,Lx i xg- "Z: ' '. - r' ' 'nf- ' N.,g ..,-xZ- '-- ' "Qk7Q'S'y S -4 x N UQ I' W gas' -n-'A e, , , . f ' 1 f kia? jf ay. , , f 43 in 45 A. Miller J. Miller S. Mongar G. Morris K. Myers D. Naprstek M. Olson B. Opitz 244 , gaze 311 'TL' 7 lf' 'lf ii? 'hw ---. . Nardhausen Oran Ourada Parker FFF? Nelsen Ortiz Oxley Parker 'I g4 . . . A 'Ji 's ,f -1-331. 12:3 he V 1 of y . .. fm ,fo fafvifzzfi-ff" A ' "' --'- 1- 5 f . I fha , vw 41 .2"4f: .mm ' 1' . . '. Q I412215?i:k.:E11'i1::.:'Q 1 1 ' ff 'K+ If-.. 'tx T. Paxsnn J. Peer G. Pfeil K. Phillips E. Pickers C. Pinger S. Pitkin W. Pliih C. Powers R. Prell D. Prindle M. Quadhamer D. Rader J. Rassette .l. Rathbun C. Reed R. Clinch D. Reese W. Richardson W. Riecker L. Ritz R. Robb N. Robinson P. Romanoff BI. Roth F. Ruoprecht R. Russell S. Russell S. Sandstrom .l. Schaffer S. Schaffert K. Schapp 1 Y""'v .vii if E. Schinkel B. Schmidt R, Sears H. Silas R. Sheldon J. Shelton ,li Sindt P. Sixel C. Slingsby R. Smith C. Smock D. Soll 'Q C. Sederberg G. Sellin L. Shafer C. Shivers R. Shovlain L. Simms Over 49,000 students have enrolled at K C 246 L. Springer B. Squier L. Steele .l. Steffensen C. Stengel G. Sterner R. Stigge T. Stordahl B. Stutzman L. Thomas D. Travis J. Ulrick Stitlle Stromer Swedlund Thompson Travis Vokoun S. Stine C. Strong L. Tank L. Tillson W. Trueman M. Volskis Stueber . Thayer . Tonniges . Tucker . Wade R C A B. J. Stueber Thoene Trimmer Uhler Wadswonli zvaajrirfg-,ggi 1.5. 39,1 V lx-- ..: .A ' s Z g ... . -. W i 'iii 'si - GIS 375. Wlaggoner Wellman Young Zuege 248 ws-QX. Y""" 62' T? fr' ,,.- J. Wagner I. Wells T. Youngquist R. Kriski +4-1' S. Wood L. Young '23-N x ' P. Walker R. Waugh G. Williams K. Winter R. Wheeler B. Widick R. Zimmerman A. Zuege ' C. Zavgren J. Zeliski Penmanship class of 1916-17. The artistic "Welcome" on the chalk board was written by W. B. Stryker, professor of penmanship. George Abraham Sharon Allen Carl Anderson Lois Anderson Twilla Anderson Linda Arehart Larry Artz Bill Bauhard Carol Becker Arlene Bakewell Susan Baker Helen Bengston Connie Bieck Gerald Becker Mary Sue Bienhoff Judy Bjorklund Judy Blecher Fran Blincow Jane Boeka Ron Boyd Dean Bragg Loueen Brahmstedt Roger Brandt Sandra Braer Alan Brecht Pam Burks Lawrence Burman Leonard Burton Jerry Caffey Jon Calhoun Steve Carlson' Gary Camp Patricia Casper Edward Catlett Cary Cederherg Edward Chramasta Gerald Christensen Larry Christensen Dick Clark Don Davenport Richard Davenport Anne Davis Margaret Davis James Deaver Pat DeBoer James Decker Maurice Deines Linden Defreece Tom Delaney DiAnna Deselms Myron Deterding Marilyn DeVries ,loan Dexter Sue Divan Karen Domandle Curtis Cole Lynn Conner Willianl Conner Gary Conell Bernard Criflield Carolyn Crosby Kathy Cunningham Milt Dahlgren Dennis Dahms Bonnie Daily Kathleen Darby Darrell Dillon 2 Ruth Donovan Kathryn Dostal Richard Dostal Larry Doyle Lavene Dovle llicliael Drake Greg Dunn Marilyn East Betty Ebmeier Roberta Edgar Raymond Edelman Berverlv Edson Virg Edwards Dennis Ekdahl Donald Engel Carol Ewers Russell Evans Kenneth Evers Lynn Fanning Merlin Feikert Terry Ferguson Patricia Fitzke Q' .ig-.f 1' 5 ' , 12" H . , -nl' me -45 - ,. ., ...,, 4." gz. all W an 'blk 'Q"'4"'P -.-nd' P 6- Qfiil 3' Qu., i , sn LaVern Franzen Milan Franzen Sharon Fitzlce Judy Foster ,iJ k M , ,,a m V U Q 1 . 'ff 1 ,1,. , Y, fl J rfift- ,if ' -W - 1 Nfl? f 'f ,gi ',1'f-Q 5,-a gp fat 1 . ,yt L, W i, at f'75- ' m l rw ? 1 we ' QF . A 1 ,. fl , 'A'- ,. '- h 'ij' ' . V 4 ' 4 : ' - 1 'fl . J 'J "fm" F- V-Wim a L-:Li -n,5. j bg? j u g. -- ' H H 1 -' ' " ' ' :vii T7 ' Q- A 1" ',w ,f"wr5e . .' , Wm , " " ,ff i W". M -V dde it ditia t z if-P A ll J - :gg is ,y inf , .ict Q J-,su k.-, avg 1 -., ,-,.. Zvi-, .3 ' v,',. ..,,,,. K' :I 'V',0,,uv-wi: M., 5 J J 'J 'fr fa Qlwgs2:i,fr""t. i. ' ea 'A"' 45? -'M 'D C' J' One advantage spectators had at baseball games back in the 1910s was front row parking space with a good view. Raymond Frew Sandra Fritz Tom Fulcher Anabel Gallagher Jim Grapes Barbara Gunn Farid Haddad Elizabeth Gambill Mary Kay Gibson Donald L. Hanson Janine Hanthorn Ellis Hanthorn William Goedert James Grady Dallas Haring Virgil Harms Grant Harner 253 li Randall Ha h Leonard Hasenauel Clark Hehner Dean Heine Sandra Helmet Ken Hill Mary jo Hinrichs Rich Hoins Dona Holcomb Mary Holmgren Linda Hood J im Huffman Betty Hughes Helen Jacobsen Joanie Jerrery Ichard Jenkinson Ronald Jiede Hf'1'lJ6'I'l Hutcheson Bill Jensen Donna Jensen Duwayne Johnson Raoul Johnson ,,.Y,..1, V W, .,V.. ,.,. , . ,. ,,,., sl' pi H-,X , V Gary Kegley Jana Sue Kegley Janet King Carroll Kinnaman Frances Kanter Donald Kapperman Orinda Karlberg Jerry Kaufman Neil Kaup 25 Bryon Klopal Gilbert Koch Roy Kociemba Thomas Kociemba Charles Knauss .lacquelyn Woodward Shirley Kovanda Rrx Krueger ,lully Krulneclx Pamela Krueger Janette Kruse Duane Kulmel Alan Kulhanek Jonelle Lantz Cheryl Lauer Y R-'it The pep band in the early 19005. 5 . fp Gary Liebsack Carol Link Bill Luehr Bernard Lyons .aa--" i'?'?'1au Elroy Lierman Boyd Lindsay Keith Long Susan Loontjer Claudette Lum Florence Lunkwitz Mary Lyons Marcia Mader Patricia Maize Gary Malone Judy Malone Bruce Martin Carolyn Martin Thomas Martin Charles Mason Michael Matthews Lela McCall Ray McCall Marlene McCarty James McDermott Kenneth McDonald Dennis McGraw 'Vlartin Mclsau hlin K9 Roger McMillan Wilbur Medbery Carolyn Miller Jolynn Miller Gail Mills -ix 1'1" Beverly Mitchell Glen Mitchell Arlyn Montgomery Douglas Moomey Evelyn Mousel David Muirheacl Gordon Muirhead Nancy Naysmith Nelson Newman Pat Nelson Sylvia Nelson .g-2 -'.f 258 'fa-,, it 7 Tis-f 45' B N , . ,V N , .. . ' " up 4.7: ,rs . if? ,, --frfgl swf 1-get ,. ,il ce:'0Y Q:-W" Robert Neiman Dean Nelson Vergil Nelson David Nienaber 5? gp--.f X' if .1 A V ' f-' --iifb -4 "" iii ' . , ,.,: 'N l - 2 .. .,... 'Q N 'il 'omg I , , I : ey- - V-,. nlrlv- ,.igf7f'.f!-ik g ffrffzr H-f m,.e' Iriif' E 'Q .,.. . "NAJ 1 ' "WW ff' - f HI e Z ni' ifrr ' Ve F" Zi'?- 'ir EZ? n " f .., e- if s i -- y- 21252-11,3 .5 y , 111 7 - g,..,.l '.'.: ,ix N .A ' ,,,.-, -f , ' .. . 1 . B V':-1 A' M' F, ,, A W 5 ' 4 as V . ,.' " : - '2- 'QS' ga- fra- ar:--fe ' A me 7 1-fa sf e- fr-- 1 H P A' rf'-1 f "' lie , T- ,g3.,: --,Ng +, .--.--,...,. , ,.,.... a .,......, 5 u'4',,-nw' Nl? '- 'N-r4f4E",,N "NN Lx. -215.52151 57- ,-:.l- I I ...v. V - M Nu:-YW. , A-X-Y . , H-f,,.N,:,ifZ-5' 'I Q ' -YT .. e e W V t H I Aiqgxv-bx?f':LyqJX.5 P X ,.,. . . V fl- A A f'M'::,,W , .W .,,1 ,..,, . The present Administration Building auditorium was constructed in 1916. ""N.. "Ns 'N' W2""'Y 5-,f ,,,.-w- .Env Larry Nienhueser Dave Oberle Maurice O,Brien Harold Oetken Edet Etim Okon Larry Olsen Connie Olson Harvey Olson James Owens Randy Pahl Mary Pankonin Roger Pape Rene Pfeil John Petersen Bernard Phillips Edith Pinlcston C. Poffenberger Bonnie Price 2 if .....-4' is' is x jg 1 .gu- -'Z -5 .. my on 'ii 10 . . ,. , ,,. 3 . ig -441, ik f I A S W 1 Glen Rave-rt Gary Rasmussen Kent Reierson Arlene Rice Charles Riley' Jill Ritz Herh Roeser Guy Roggenkamp Elizabeth Russell Ruth Sanderson Xlarjorie SCl1WElCi6'l'6I' Don Schmitt U swarm '-:"" pr HK X . JZ! -121-'if ,hpff Q1--HT Dennis Rayl Lynda Richman Kay Rizer Sharon Roush War1'en Sanger Elaine Schmitz Sandra Schultz John Schwartz Virg Setzer Robert Shanks Gail Shaw Miriam Jean Smith u...f" N-nw L i is , , .Q . ,- if ,2 Cv 'Q' x 6 -in 'Sv 'WN ia.,- wen New 2 ., we- iii' 5 ir Robert Swan Lane Tederman Victor Thayer Cheryl Thede Linda Thurber Roy Tiff Karen Trindle Elaine Triplett Rebecca Uhrich 'Ei- Y"j'-S-'V 'Nw 14,-X. -4:47 Charlotte Speck Lonnie Speck Marsha Spelts Nancy Springer Donna Sommer Jan Stanke Ken Stauss Garry Steele Jerry Stine Richard Stoll Al Stroup Merlin Stuhr Bruce Stutzman Janet Sumner Charles Sundy ., , ,5,,,,-1' Q qw 3 'sa " 'f' '- x Mx-, - , - V f1Zmi1:i5v:Q-. ,,-':,g.f-gy hir' ' Qpbvv? N V 4 is lil Rm xr g . -- , 4.. ' A ., ng. 2 . V, '52, 1, , 33,645,415 wg.--f 'if ,wwf E?..,.,,-,,-,, . M-- wr 10 Wilnla Vanarsdall .lane Vllahl Duane Vilall Jenellff Wailf Mary fame While """"' "wi" Jerry Ulf1Ch Denms Ummel '25 Qs. ll Nw N Nu "Z-E Michael Vetter Janet Wait Beverly Walsh james Weddel Hubert Whitehouee 'K 'TN-uv Ronald Williams James Wilson LeRoy Wordeii Merlin Wright Sue Zikmund Jack Wilson Neil Wiseman Gary Wright Dianne Youngquist Albert Zuege A5 ,M - 5 -V -Hs if 9' HW' A Q- 'X XQP925' f 1, 4 f asf . 'Tp' 1511 i if Graduate tudents ,Avi -nn'-... f-130 Ronald Fox Betty Guthmann Boonkiat Nilamann Ed Verzal The girls of the Green Terrace dormitory in 1910. The hall was built in the late 13005 and donated to the college hy the city. 1 263 Qver 685 seniors and graduate stu- dents received d e g r e e s 1 1' o in Kearney State College during the 1966-67 school year. One hundred and forty-five persons 1139 seniors and seven graduate studentsl re- ceived diplomas during the winter commencement exercises on Jan. 26. The commencement address was delivered by the Very Rev. H. W. Linn, SJ., president of Creighton University. Three hundred and one persons 1296 seniors and five graduate stu- dents! were graduated at the 62nd annual spring commencement on May 26. Dr. Donald K. Smith, a 1936 Kearney State graduate, and now vice president for academic affairs at the University of Min- nesota, spoke at the exercises. Over 240 persons 1165 seniors and over 75 graduate studentsj were expected to receive degrees at the summer commencement on Aug. 4. ln his May message to the gradu- ates, President Milton J. Hassel said those receiving degrees were graduating at a time when more emphasis is being placed on educa- tion and educated individuals than ever before. "The direction which you will take will be influenced to some great extent by the experiences you have had on this campusf, the president said. "lt is my hope that Kearney State has provided you with those experiences which will guide you successfully into future challenges." 264 . , 5 ,iffy - X .Q Q., I X, " gl A.: fx - 2' -sa -fa, 5 X 1 2- A 3' 55995: More than 150 seniors attended the Graduateis breakfast on May 26. At the head table, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carlson, President Hassel, Normal Board head James Knapp, and Alumni Association president John Payne await the program. Over 685 receive diplomas during 66-67 school year President Hassel congratu- lates a January graduate. 265 :- ..1.l. apugxavv -, . V X . it , 4 I' -. ' - ki ii E W y "They,re offf, for the first 5, 2 I ' ' A 'Q I I n H Bike Bowl Weekend. ' , , 4 . . X an I . .. 2, 1 . f as fl, 1- 2: : ,gm J .,- I V .NXSV 5. 55-221 ,K .',A , seq- 5 - mf 7 1 ef.- is . r... - S . . . 4 X L1 ' ., . ti -gr A fl' " ' .ai -gif" .1 4 .. Y -V1 ' J Mi-gi tc: wg :L 3.4, 'F d 1. B,k . ,ff . 1 N-' - , '. . f . - , 1 e Bowl eekend is es. f 1, V . 1' " "5 i ' ,. ,. 'B , 1 "' 'ii If tif! ' A i f ev we . 'kiwi 'L-, 1 g . A uge success i . 'W I f 'I X' v , i ' V J' I ft . " - , f Q rt - .H .1 . - 1. .- N, X '1 . -- .A A P " '. 1 L' I Q' in X TX-fa-xy. qs ' 'i""f15":-:Z - . ' . ii if , .1 A -. X Q X' ' 1 ., if ' ,. 5 'i' ' ' ' - 1 1 " .f . V, iz, gg: 4 -14 - 3,-A 1 xxx . -. -' ,Q A ff.-grfggjg-.,.f,.'?gf-1, V- 4 I -4 ' .Q,' " -'fi'-. if i'T"1' ' ' 'S' ' . . . N 1- - V -iq ..'Ag ,f The 6'M1n1" Trike race was the bfi' Q.. - , ' Friday night highlight. Women's .. - - - . X ,mg 4--iV ii., f-, H , ,' " ,L t' ' " if 51 ,-7'-L ..-, . " teams rode trlcycles around the I . -' ' EL-,.. - .- ri 1' 1 fs. 1gs..? ui '31,-N: A I "., . coliseum track. 4'It was a huge success. Next year we hope to V make it an even bigger success, we plan to ffv- improve on what we have." This was the way 4721 .- fav' af Ward Schrack, Student Union director summed up Bike Bowl Weekend, held April V 1 14-15. The events started on Friday night 1 with a "Mini" Trike race in the Coliseum, fol- t it lowed by a dance featuring the Gestures. A 5 xv 3 i Saturday morning Slater's Food Service held a Gymkhana. a sports car obstacle race, backed by a Barbeque. In the afternoon, the main attraction of the weekend, a 25 mile bicycle race was held at the Bulialo County fair grounds. Some 84- 1'iders made up the 12 teams that circled the three-eighths mile track wi 66 and two-thirds times. The ATO Colds won the race in one hour and ak, 19 minutes. After the race, a team spokesman attributed the Gold's success to three weeks of 9 ,.. 'rg A i -, ' practice. "We felt with the practice we had. 1 A ' p ' 1 - if we could take first or second placef, he said., V - - i f' 5 1'i' E ' ' "an-l that's what we shot forfi M . ' ,Q , 1 47 ,Nfl i ,T if 1 .. 1 - .1 l", Lk. li . hatxzxwlaw' night, the 'weekend came to a close W ef L i 2 with a milf.-eit before some 3,500 persons, by i W " ' e '9"'-'- , ' ' 'i . . ., the l-Qing-ton Trio. Schrack called the per- ' . 'ii ' . ' . formance "the: most popular entertainment that has come to this college in years." 266 ifig ei' ' 21 'WW -"ni.l.lFFS M,.,,, ,.., A. 1, w-exp-wa. ,A 1 , 2 parade. 6335--m s .fr .- -Skit f""91i-Sow-v 1 0 take part in rodeo Calf roping, skill, savvy and a good working horse. Over 150 contestants from 16 colleges in Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and Nebraska competed in the Kearney State College Rodeo, May 12 and 13. Menis events in- cluded saddle bronc riding, bareback rid- ing, bull riding, steer wrestling and calf roping. The women got into the act, too, with barrel racing, goat tying and ribbon dogging. Buckles were presented to first place winners in eight events as well as to the all-around cowboy and cowgirl. Saddle bronc riding. The rodeo weekend started with a parade through downtown Kearney Saturday morn- ing, featuring chuck wagons built by the collegeis fraternities. S eh. 7 f - V ra One of the chuck wagon entries during Saturday mornin s rodeo F Dennis Dukesherer. Kearney State College pole vaulter. set an NAIA track and Held record when he soared 15 feet SH inches at the National NAIA meet held June 10th in Sioux Falls, SD. Here he is presented with his plaque. -Q-....., 22 613 .. X1 my-" , is xg fi, 5, z 6 4 ' ' .Wi 2224 , f.iiA:A 5 . ' V 5 V V L -wi, . ..,. V W, . 11 A A 2 es 'W Qc?- 1, Q at 1 The music and dramatlc arts departments combined forces to present a spring musical, "HO in the Shade The Sy mphonic Vlfind Ensemble and the Percussion En- semble held their sprint: concert in the Nlemwrial Student Union Ballroom in an attempt to in- terest more students in attending Con- g LAN 1 f'E'I'lS. 268 QU- Y, -."fgf1..1f, ffwf- 1 - A . 3 7 ' , - , . ,.f"-fg'iCgQilf73'f, vii' V fi A , 5 f " .4-F52 Hifi 1 ,f .". .f ,f ,qv Qt!-. 5.2 L , , an ,, .M , ""..w1-r A535"'?3E'i' if "Z . 3 -'F"1Y2 ua . Yrfglal ,. ".4'f'Q-"W'E?"' 75. 11 K 5. ,f w, " :ri 9- -R ' .. ' .405 i . ,haf- if V, I-if-f A -:,,.-,fg,,afg,g j"",.,"2-v '!:' 1 " ' ", . . ' " " ' ,. ' 0 f. ' '-' N' mn' 52-Wlgdmxk 'TP M. YW' ' 'V' . Y " . ' 'h"""" - -.-'Q' Prlng lme - Q ...Q fs. ,, N 1,..'f,., '1T'4- ' . .. f. .W f-..+ f"f"'i"7'5"" A-f' ' P"" -1. . Qw..N V, .W "'. ' Q V '!'.,""""' 'Z--L, , .w ,A -Q-.' ' A .. Q . afternoon at the pit J 4 W -. 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Y, ,, i, . MM.. WN, 2 1- gifiii ? ei 2 X ' 5-QR ', ,-, Bt" n? LA 21: - 4, . ,,,1 ..,... . V r54hKiEMu.- a 15,1 ..,,. , .v,1 4 ff , .-' .S- . if we , ,Z 1 4 . sf , ,ey s 1 ' 1 gf 4. g A gg ff, ,, 'x4:-,.,3,..- Q1- Jo Blakeslee,Che1'yl lVIintken,Cynthia Nelson Vicki Jesch, Linda Ingram, Kathy Plebuch Penny French, Juli Zeller Cheerleader 6 Front row: Marsha Spelts, business manager: Bill Andersen. campus life editor: Nano Divis, orvanizationsg James Wilsorl, orfranizations editor: and John A. Cegielski, Y C C 1. faculty advisor. Back row: Gary Camp. sports editor: Roy Kociemba. editor: Robert Shanks, color photographerg Jack Henderson. faculty section: Mort Hough, photo- grapherg and Gary Crabtree, organizations. taff of the 1 67 Blue Sz Gold 54 Nelson. Organizations .alpha iii-is Alpha Psi Omega. 185 Alpha Xi Delta. 110-11 Alpha Tau Omega. 120-21 Antelope. 161 Aqua Ks. 151 Associated Women Students. 189 Beta Sigma Psi. 1-10--11 Blue and Gold. 271 Case Hall. 19-1- Centennial Towers West. 198 Chamber singers. 181 Cheerleaders. 270 Chi Omega. 10809 Choraleers. 20 Choruses. 180 Christian Center. 170-71 Conrad Hall. 198 Debaters. 175 Delta Omicron. 178 Delta Zeta. 116-17 Gamma Delta. 152-53 Gamma Phi Beta. 104-05 Geography Club. 191 Home Economics Club. 188 IFC. 103 lndustrial Arts Club. 173 TVCF. 166 Kappa Delta Pi. 145 Kappa Mu Epsilon. 155 Kappa Omicron Phi. 149 Kappa Pi. 156 Kappa Sigma Beta. 18-1 K-Club. 167 KOVF, 182 Ludden Hall. 197 Lutheran Student Association. 187 Mantor Hall. 196 Martin Hall. 19-1- MENC. 172 Men's Hall. 195 Mu Epsilon Nu. 190 Panhellenic. 103 Parachute Club. 147 PEMM Club. 186 Phi Beta Lambda. 158 Phi Delta Theta. 126-27 Phi Kappa Tau. 138-39 Pi Delta Epsilon. 183 Pi Delta Pi. 169 Phi Mu Alpha. 179 Pi Omega Phi. 1-18 Randall Hall. 197 Rodeo Club. 162-63 Roger Williams Fellowship. 144 Sigma Phi Epsilon. 122-23 Sigma Sigma Silver Tau Delta. 150 Tau Gamma. 13-1--35 Circle. 160 SNEA. 14-6 Spanish Club. 15-1 Stout Hall. 195 SUAC. 164--65 Theta Theta Chi. 132-29 Chi. 132-33 Tri Beta. 157 Wagoneers. 174 Young Republicans. 176-77 Xi Phi. 168 Faculty Adams. Dwight , Ahren dts. Harold 7 7 Anderson. Dan Anderson. Daiid Anderson. Shirley Armagost. Jame- Bailey. Joan . . Barlow. Richard Bates. Arthur ,. Beck. Gene , Becker. Steele .... Beckmann. Elmer Bellin. Adelaida 272 Bethell. Betty . , Bicak. Laddie . .. Blazer, Roy ..... ...... . Blickensderfer. Peter Bliese. John C. W. . Blocker. George .. Blostein. Harold .,,,, Boilesen. Leroy .. Bowers. Rolland . . Brady. Duer .. ..,,,,, ., Brady. Merle .. .. Briggs. Don ..... Buck. Eugene .... Butler. Lydia ..,... . . Butler. Ronald . Carlson. Kenneth .. . Carlson. Martin ..,,. Carroll. Joseph Cegielski. John ..,,, Cloyed. Richard Cole. Harvey ,,,,,.,, . Colling. Robert . Colony. Harold . . Copeland. Leland . Crocker. Ronald .. , Danker. Del ..... .. Davis. Harold . , Davis. Raymond Dawdy. Roger ....... Deist. Beverly ,, ,. . Drake .Miriam ..... DuFresne. Robert , Duryea. Donald Easterbrook. Carl ,. Easterbrook. Helen Eberhardy. Richard Eckloff. Maurine . Ehly. R. J. ..... . Envick. Maynard .. Errett. Kenneth ,.... Ewing. Mary ........ . Failor. Leona . Farney. John ., Feese. Gerald ......... Fergusen. Martha ., Fitzke. Dayle Flood, Gaylene Foster. Charlie Fox. Donald ............. Fredericks. Keith .,,,.. Fritton. J. Paul ...... Furness, Edna ..... Gaer. Paul ....,,,........ Garwood. David ..... George. Fred Gerhardt. Fred Godfrey. Tom ..... Green. Violet ..... . Grundy. Ernest ..,, Gunlicks. Edith ..,.. Guthmann. Robert ,. Hansen. Kathleen Hauver. Robert Heaton. Keith .. , Heim. David Higgins, Ella ..,. Hoflerber. Maurine Hoffman, Harland . Hoffman. Harry . . . Hoffman, Zellamae Holm. Myron .. .. Holmgren. Philip , Holzrichter. Elmer Horner. J. H. Howitt. Doyle .. . . Hughes. Karl ..... .. lkenberry. Richard Ingram. Dale , lstas. Helen . .. ., Jensen. Martha , ,. Jenson. John . , Jewett. H. Edward Johnson. Halvin . . Johnson, Ray O. . , Karraker. Jack . Klein. Dorothy . Knittel. Marvin , Kolstad. Ole . Koontz. Fred . Kruht-ck. Floyd Kuecker. John Index 56 Kunkel. Robert . .. 57 Landstrom. Ronald 52 Larsen. L .M. . .. .. 57 Larsen. Wilma , 57 Larson. Robert 54 Lindau. Ora 58 Livingston. Leslie .. 60 Lohrenz. Otto .... 54 Longfellow. Stanley . . 52 Lowry. Keith . 59 Lund. Douglas 45 Lynn. 'William 59 Marshall. Wayne . 57 Martens. Sharon .. 55 Martin. Alberta 59 McArthur. Dorothy 58 Messman. Warren . , 52 Miller. Tracey 52 Mills. Dale ............... ....... 52 Monson. Edward 57 Morris. George ., 57 Morris. Jeanne ........... ...... 52 Morrow. Mary Jo ....... .... . . 56 Morton. Margaret 55 Mullen. Eugene ..... .... , , 4.7 Nelson. Theodora . .. William ..... ....... Ninegar. Louis ..... Nugent, Donald .... Oaks. Harold ...., Ockinga. Clara ....., O'Leary. Emmett ......... ....... O'Quinn. Anne .... Osterberg. Myron Patter. Charles H, Peterson. Larry ,, Petitt. Jean ......,.. Pfeil. Larry ...... Phillips. James .. Pierce. Hazel Plambeck. Marlene Plambeck. Vernon Plank. Isa Ruth Rademacher. Earl ....... . .... . Rathe. Roland ......... 57 Reed, J. 60 Redden. 56 Redden. Helen .... 57 Roberts. Phyllis .. 57 Rockey. David ...... 52 Roeder. ' Annette ..... ....... Bill .......... Merwin ..... ....... Rumery. Kenneth ....... ....... Sammons. Carolyne ..... ....... Samuelson. Wayne . ...... . Sclunl. Ruth ........... Schmidt. Donald ..... Schmitz. Raymond ....... ....... Schrack. Ward ....... ......... ....... Schultze. Raymond ......... ....... Schutz. Gladys ............. ....... Scott. Frances ......... ....... Searcy, Donald , .... . Sergeant. Dean ......... ....... Shada. F. M. ....,.,.. . Siemers. Curtis ..., Sisler. Ruth ...... Sivils. Arnold ...... Slagle. Max. Smith. Frances Smith. James ...... . Sosa. Aristides .... Spracklen. Marvin ,. Standley. R. Burr ., Stevenson. David , Stewart. Bruce ....,,..., Stone. Marvin ......., Stones. Ivan ...... Stovall. Marvin .. Stromer. Gerald ..... Stumpff. Donald .. Stutheit. B. F. ........ . Stutheit. Wilma ..... Swanson. Jack ..... Talbott. Robert ..,,. Tewell. Donald Tlieye. Larry ............ . Thomas. Gaylord ....... . Thompson. Bert ......,,.. Thomsen. Donald ......... Timperley. Doris . Todd. James .,...... True. Clayton ...... Underhill. Glenn ..... Ventress. O. T. ...... . Waddle. Dean ...... Waddel. Wm. ........ . Walker. William Welch. Don ............. Welch. Rolando ..... Westerfield. Hargis Wictor. Walter ......,.. Wilkinson. Gene Williams. Luella Williams. Marvin waits. Joe ..........,... Q Wilmot. Joe ............. . Wortman. Wilfred ..... Young. Robert ..... Zaruba, Gary ....... Zikmund. Allen ..... Students Abegglen. Kristen. 202 Abelbeck. Randall, 222 Abelbeck. Stewart, 202 Abood. Janet 237 Abraham, George. 148. 190. 249 Abraham. James. 134. 202 Abrams. Lana. 104-. 222 Absalon. Joan, 222 Adam. Marietta. 148, 158. 237 Adams. David. 222 Adams. James. 237 Adams, Rodney. 82. 202 Adams. Terry. 128. 222 Adler. Michele. 202 Aerni. Melvin. 90. 121 Ahrens. Darlene. 115 Ahrens. Patricia. 115 Ahrens. Ray. 159. 237 Aksamit. Gregg, 202 Albers, Joyce, 202 Albert, Paul, 202 Alberts. Carole, 237 Albin. Hope. 160, 178, 222 Albin, Sandra, 228 Albrecht, Karen, 202 Albro, Pamie, 189, 202 Allan, Mary, 149 Allen, Eric, 202 Allen, Sharon 145, 173, 198, 249 Alm, Lizabeth. 104, 162, 222 Almquist, Kenneth, 202 Andre, Alms, Elaine, 202 Amann, Sharon, 202 Amos, Linda, 172. 178, 222 Amstuz, Ellen, 222 Andariese, Dennis, 222, 271 Andersen, William, 96, 138, 183, 2 Anderson, Alana, 109, 202 Anderson, Carl 167 Anderson, Carol, 172, 176, 178 Anderson, Charles, 202 Anderson, Dennis, 158 Anderson, Janice, 145 Anderson, Jolm, 128 Anderson, Joyce, 202 Anderson, Kathleen, 144, 154, 222 Anderson, Linda, 172, 237 Anderson, Lois, 249 Anderson, Michael, 202 Anderson, Michael, 128, 222 Anderson, Phyllis, 202 Anderson, Ronald, 237 Anderson, Sharon, 169, 237 Anderson, Sherrill, 222 Anderson, Twilla, 249 Anderson, Wanda, 105, 202 Joanne, 202 Bruckn Andrew, Darrel, 122 Ankeny, Doris, 202 Appleby, Bruce, 202 Arehart, Linda, 249 Arganbright, Larry, 140, 202 Armagost, Betty, 30, 104 Armatys, Cynthia, 202 Armstrong, Michael, 122 Armstrong, Ronald, 202 Artz, Larry, 249 Aspegren, David, 69 Atchison, Mary, 202 August, Carol 202 Aukerman, Michelle, 151, 202 Austin, Margaret, 109 Austin, Timothy, 176 Axmann, Wanda, 237 Aydelotte, James, 176 Ayoub, Monica, 108, 222 Ayres, William, 222 Babcock, Larry, 71, 202 Bachman Barbara, 174, 222 Bachman, Beverly, 202 Backes. Dave, 126 Bady, Jerry, 191, 222 Bahde, Bailey, Bailey, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Pamela, 202 Linda, 202 Marcia, 222 Connie, 108, 188, 222 Dale, 202 Daniel, 202 John, 126 Baker, Karen, 202 Baker, Kenneth, 202 Baker, Susan, 249 Bakewell, Arlene, 249 Baldwin, Anne, 108, 160 Ball, Linda, 104, 249 Ball, Nancy, 202 Ballagh, Kenneth, 222 Ballain, Pamela, 202 Baller, Reita, 202 Bancroft, Donald, 222 Banks, Larry, 173, 195, 237 Banks, Margaret, 222 Barber, Patricia, 202 Barge, Cathy. 202 Barger, Joseph, 133, 237 Barkmeier, Wanda, 222 Barrows, Daniel, 80, 202 Barry, Thomas, 191, 222 Bartels, Lonna., 202 Barth, William, 202 Bartling, Stephen, 123 Bartos, Linda, 202 Bassett, Kenneth, 222 Batt. Roger, 156. 196 Bauer, Dolores, 237 Bauhard, William, 155. 249 Baumann, Susan, 202 Baumgartner, James, 126 Bayne, Sharon, 158, 202 Beach, Alice, 202 Bean. Mary. 202 Beason, Diane, 158, 202 Beattie, George, 222 Beatty, Kenneth, 126, 202 Beaver. Robert, 173, 195 Beck, lrwin. 237 Becker, Carol, 249 Becker. Gerald, 249 Becker. Glen, 203 Becker, Richard, 237 Beckius, Richard, 90 Beebe. Joyce, 111, 203 Behne, Allen, 203 Behrens, Robert. 102. 128 Beitel, Larry, 121. 203 Belgum. James. 203 Belka. Gerald, 123, 237 Bell, Danny, 222 Bendorf, Kenneth, 222 Bengtson. Helen, 249 Benjamin, Sherry. 61. 110. 188. 197 Benner. Todd, 140 Bennett, Shirley. 203 Benson, Carol, 237 Bentley, Barbara, 237 Benton, Richard, 203 Bentz. James, 148, 237 Bentz. Richard, 203 Bergen, Merrill, 203 Bergmeier, Marjorie, 203 Bergt. Corliss, 203 Berndt, Karen, 222 Bernhard, Susan. 203, 151 Bess. Richard, 156, 222 Bettenhausen. Judith, 151 Bettger, Judith, 222 Bieck, Connie. 249 Bieck, Marilyn, 197, 222 Biehl, Larry, 175, 222 Bienhofi, Mary, 249 Bienhoff, Paul, 11 Bierhaus. Dean, 203 Billings, Christine, 103, 116 Binfield. Richard, 203 Bird, Larry, 156, 223 Bittiield. Martha, 223 Bjorklund, Judith, 249 Black. Jolene, 119, 174, 223 Blakeman, Connie, 188, 203 Blakeslee, Jolene, 115, 203, 270 Blankenship, Alvin, 134 Blasig, Roy, 203 Blatchford, Bill, 203 Blattner, John, 121. 223 Blecher. Judy, 249 Blecher, Roger. 121. 237 Blickenstaff, G., 158, 237 Blincow, Frances, 154, 169, 249 Blocher, Barry, 128 Bloemker. Barbara, 154, 223 Bloemker. Rodnev. 154. 237 Blomendahl, Anita 223 BloomHeld, Lois, 223 Blythe, Marlene, 237 Boatman. Loris, 122 Boatright, Jaime, 111, 131, 184, 223 Bode, Rosemary, 223 Boeka, Carolyn, 203 Boeka, Jane 250 Boelter, Fred 69, 71 Bogner, James, 203 Bohart, James, 134 Bokenkamp, Thomas, 203 Bond, Thomas, 99, 128, 223 Bonifas, Patricia, 111, 188 Bonsack Doroth 203 'Q yy Bonsack. Marilyn, 103, 104, 188, 223 Booth, Deanna, 203 Borchers, Virginia. 148 Borgman, Daniel, 203 Borley, Susan, 108, 174, 223 Boudreau, Vincent, 139, 172, 190, 237 Bourlier, Catherine, 203 Bowden, Donnye, 121, 237 Bowen, Jack, 147, 223 Bowers, Cynthia, 203 Bown, Bruce, 134 Boyd, Ronald, 250 1 , , pw' ' . . ,.'f,..,.' .ff V, ,,. wx. ,,.. ff'7-M' 'f5'4f"4?"3f -' ' 12112624-fifrdzwmfziffgfiafaaal. Boyer, Leslie, 111 Brackhan, Linda. 203 Brackhan, Roger. 140, 153 Bradshaw, Roy, 71 Brady, Robert. 188 Bragg. Dean, 159, 250 Brammeier. Janis, 188. 223 Brandt, Joan, 223 Brandt. Roger, 129. 237, 250 Brandt, Sandra, 98 Bratten, Cressie, 223 Bratten, Richard, 191, 223 Bratten, Roger. 237 Brecht, Alan 250 Bredthauer, Larry, 203 Breure, William, 223 Brewer. Dennis, 69. 71, 126 Brewer, Ronald. 87, 167, 237 Brigham, Judy, 203 Brock, Karen, 159, 237 Brogan. John, 126, 162 Brohman. Ronald, 122 Brokofsky, Ricky, 179 Bronderslev. Carol, 187, 203 Brosius , Michael, 134 Brown. Barbara, 203 Brown, Daryl, 203 Brown, Deanna, 188 Brown. Gary. 69 Brown, Lenora, 189, 204 Brown. Phyllis, 61. 204 Brown, Regina, 204 Brown, Rodney, 204 Brown. Wayne. 122, 190 er, David, 204 Brumbaugh, Marcia. 223 Brungardt, Judy, 117, 204 Brunke, Marilyn, 103, 110, 238 Bruns. Connie, 223 Brust, Pamela, 114 Bryan, Joyce, 204 Buck, Jim, 69 Buettner, Linda, 224 Buflington, Thomas. 140, 204 Bugbee, Bruce. 204 Buhlmann, Marilyn. 204 Buller, Robert, 69, 71, 204 Burback, Ronald, 126, 264 Burch, Dale, 123, 224 Burchell, Linda. 188, 204 Burchell, William. 204 Burchess, Craig, 134 Burge, Janet. 204- Burge. Vera. 238 Burger, Gregory. 71, 204 Burgess, Carol, 224 Burks, Aneta, 204 Burks. Pamela. 61, 148, 250 Burman, Lawrence. 250 Burnett, Connie 224 Burnhaln. Barbara, 114 Burns, Gary, 140 Burton, Gene, 126 Burton, Leonard 250 Busch, Randall, 126. 224 Butler, Paula. 204 Butolph, Richard, 69 Bye, Patty, 108, 238 Byers. Betsy, 114 Cacek. Cathryn, 156. 224 Caffey. Jerome. 128. 250 Calhoun, Jon, 250 Camacho. Benito, 154, 238 Camp, Gary, 250, 271 Carlson, Dennis. 224 Carlson, John, 138 Carson, Steven, 250 Carmann, Kenneth. 69. 128 Carmichael, Lynn, 224 Carpenter, Anita. 204 Carpenter, Marva. 156, 184 Carr, Patrick. 224 Carse, Susan. 204 Carskadon. Linda, 111. 204 Carson, Sharron, 197, 238 Cash, Donna. 194, 238 Casper. Patricia, 149. 250 Cassey. Deborah. 174, 204 Cassidy. Judith, 159, 224 Caster, Allyn. 80. 133, 204 Caswell. Carol, 204 Catlett, Edward, 250 Cecava. Loretta, 224 Cederburg, Gary. 134. 250 Cerny, Sylvia, 224 Chambers, Kathy. 204 Charlton, Diana. 201 Chatt. Stephen, 201 Chelewski. Connie, 162. 204 Chelewski, Mary, 162, 238 Cherry. Robert. 224 Childers. Clyde. 121 Chloupek. Sandra, 188, 224 Choquette. James, 191. 197 Chramosta, Dorothy, 189, 204 Chramosta. Edward, 109, 250 Chrisman. Sherril. 204 Christen. Elizabeth, 61 Christensen. Barbara. 238 Christensen, Barbara, 224 Christensen . David, 224 Christensen, Deborah, 176 Christensen. Gerald, 34, 156, 250 Christensen, Judith, 116. 118, 145 Christensen. Keith, 204 Christensen Christensen Christensen , Larry, 250 . Margie. 176, 189, 204 . Michael. 204 Christensen. Steven, 140, 204 Christensen, Warren. 72. 81 Christian. James. 204 Cieciora. Robert, 147, 204 Clabaugh. John, 82. 90, 139 Clampitt, Jeanne. 204 Clark. Betty. 204- Clarli, Cheryl, 204 Clark. Particia, 224- Clark. Rich ard. 250 Claussen, Susan, 109. 204 Clay. Lawrence. 139 Clay, Marilyn, 224 Clay. Robert. 69. 71 Clement. Sheila. 188 Clinch. Gloria, 114- Clinch. Regina. 245 Clinger. Sandra, 144. 204 273 NM w2 5 Qsxwpwd ... . ., W., .- gt...-v at I Q xi N . . . X ,I . l, , A 1 Q'-iifkt ' i. f f 1' .. 1 f. , . .-.W-?.g1,: ' ' 5 5"-1 " lf: ' . ,af......,,,,.. . ... ,. .. . Coad. Donald. 128 Coady. Gloria. 26. 22-1- Coats. Barbara. 189. 204 Coburn. Elda. 238 Coe. Daniel. 204 Coe. Michael. 155, 196. 238 Colley. James. 68. 69 CoHey. Janet. 224 Cole. Curtis. 251 Coley. Cheryl. 11-1. 160 Colleran. Kathy, 20-1- Collingham. Gerald. 196. 224 Collins. Thomas. 224 Colman. Robert. 204 Comer. Darlene. 149. 188 Conell. Gary. 251 Conner. Allen. 71. 121, 204 Conner. Lynn. 251 Conner. William. 82. 251 Conway. Janice. 22-1- Conyers. Marvin. 82 Cook. Nancy. 159. 204 Cook. Tarol. 238 Cookslcy. Nomian, 179, 238 Cool. Jeanette. 160. 178, 224 Cool. Robert. 121. 238 Corman. Judy. 204 Cornelius. Cheryl. 204 Cornford. Daryl. 238 Costello. Daniel. 61. 103. 134, 238 Cottrell. Connie. 104. 224 Coufal. Mary. 224 Coulter. Bob. 134 Cox. Robert. 204 Cox. Ronald. 204 Crabtree. Gary. 224, 271 Craig. Linda. 148. 158, 238 Cramb. Joyce. 117. 204 Cramer. Charles. 147 Cramer. Gregory. 224 Crandall. Merrill. 238 Cranmore. Judy. 164. 238 Crawford. Liane. 238 Creighton. Robert. 121 Cremf-en. Jeanne. 204 Criflield. Bernard. 251 Crockett. Karen. 108 Cronin. Brenda. 224 Crunk, Jerry 128 Crook. john. 191 Crosby. Carolyn. 251 C1-ovland. James, 121,, 224 Cross. Harry. 132 Cross. Linda, 144. 224 Cross. Niargory. 154 Cross. Patricia. 189. 224 Cross. lwiilffitf. 225 Crumly. James. 69, 71, 195 Crumli. John. 196 Cunnin ham Kathleen. 114. 251 g t . Cunningham. Lana. 205 Cunningham. Patricia. 115. 205 Cunningham. Thomas. 218 Cunningham, Victoria. Curlfcss. Timothy, 205 Curry. Gary, 126 274 Curtrigllt. Robert. 126, 238 Daake, John, 80. 167. 225 Dahlgren, James. 122 Dahlgren, Mary, 188, 205 Dahlgren. Milton. 80. 167, 251 Dahlinger. Karen, 165. 205 Dahms, Dennis. 251 Dahms. Mary, 205 Daily, Bonniei 188, 251 Dainton. Sharon. 238 Dale, Patricia. 225 Damm. James, 205 Daniel. Joyce. 225 Darby, Kathleen, 251 Darby. Richard. 225 Davenport. Donald, 251 Davenport, Richard. 251 Davis, Anne, 251 Davis, Lavem, 205 Davis, Margaret, 251 Davis, Scott. 69, 71, 205 Davis, Stephen, 225 Davisson, Gayle. 205 Dean, Sally, 32. 109, 205 Deaver, James, 251 Deboer, David, 205 Deboer. Patricia. 251 Debrie, Patricia, 110 Debuse, David, 205 Decker, James, 251 Deeds, Alice, 205 Deets. Marilyn. 108. 238 Defreece. Linden. 251 Deines, Bruce, 128. 225 Deines. Dennis. 238 Deines, Maurice. 128, 251 Delaney. Torn, 251 Delap. Charlotte. 205 Delatorre, Esther. 205 Delong. Danny, 133 Delp, James, 138 Demay, Kathryn, 109, 205 Demers. Kathleen, 225 Dempcy. Roger, 162 Denesia. Linda, 205 Denesia, Mary, 205 Denker, Patricia, 205 Denman, Jerre, 104, 225 Denny, Robert, 191 Derickson, Gregory, 128 Derr, Dennis, 80, 225 Deselms, Dianna, 251 Deterding, Myron, 251 Dethlefs, Judith, 225 Dethlefs, Pearl. 205 Detmer, David, 167. 173, 190 Dever, Jane, 205 Devereux, Barbara, 105 Devries, Marilyn, 251 Dexter. Joan, 188, 251 Dick. Janet, 109. 238 Dick. Marcella, 205 Dick. Ronald. 173, 238 Dickenson, William. 159, 225 Dickinson, Nickia. 225 Dietz, Lonnie, 225 'Qi t""'-vm.. Dillman, Woodrow, 128, 225 Dillon, Bradford, 205 Dillon, Charles, 121, 225 Dillon, Darrell, 251 Dillon, Veon, 225 Dingwerth, Jerold, 205 Divan, Sue, 30, 108, 150, 168, 174, 251 Divis, Nancy, 225, 271 Dixon, Lela, 191, 205 Dodge, Terry, 225 Dodson, Patricia, 105 Doell, Milford, 239 Doll, Ronald, 205 Domandle, Karen, 251 Donaldson, Duane, 69, 121 Donnell, John, 239 Donovan, Ruth, 252 Dorn, Verda, 187, 188, 225 Dostal, David, 69, 167 Dosta.l, Kathryn, 252 Dostal, Richard, 69, 167, 252 Dotson, Bonita, 239 Downer, Stephen, 191 Downs, Philip, 205 Dowson. Dale, 158, 239 Doyle, Charles, 239 Doyle, Larry, 252 Drake, Michael, 252 Drake, Rollie. 205 Drapal, Gary, 205 Driewer, Ca.ro1, 205 Druesedow, Holly, 239 Dry, Barbara, 205 Dugan, Garold, 90, 134 Dukesherer, Dennis, 84, 85, 143 Dunbar, Gerald. 229 Dunbar, Susan, 205 Dunbar, Vicky, 225 Dunbier, Harold, 239 Dunkin, Jim, 191 Dunlap, Gerald, 69, 71, 80, 126 Dunn, Gregory, 252 Durall, Melo, 174, 205 Duryea, Dennis, 139 Dutton, Larry, 33, 123, 205 Eakins, William, 123, 225 East, Marilyn, 108, 252 Ebel, Delores, 115 Ebmeier, Betty, 188, 252 Ebmeier, Beverly, 155, 239 Ebmeier, Janet, 187, 189, 205 Eby, Corinne, 205 Eby, Kenneth, 205 Eckhardt. Jolene, 205 Eckhardt, Randy, 191 Eckhout, John, 69, 71, 86, 87, 134, 225 Edelman, Raymond, 252 Eden, Margaret, 205 Edgar, Roberta, 104, 252 Edghill, Janet, 205 Edson, Beverly, 149, 252 Edson, Linda, 205 Edson. Sandra, 205 Edwards, Stanley, 205 Edwards, Virgil, 252 Ehler, Jack, 89 Ehlers, Michael, 114, 189 Ehlers, William. 128, 225 Einspahr, Dennis, 173, 225 Einspahr, Glendel, 121, 225 Ekdahl, Dennis, 252 Eldridge. Russell, 206 Eliason, John. 114. 128 Ellermeir, Janice, 206 Ellingson. Larry. 225 Elliott, Gale, 239 Elsen, Georgia, 225 Eman, Virginia. 175 Endecott. Joyce, 149 Ender, David, 176 Ender, Richard, 134 Engel, Donald, 252 Engelbrecht, Connie, 206 Engleman, Sherry. 206 Engstrom, Mary, 105 Enninga, David, 191 Epp, Michael, 173, 239 Erazim, John, 226 Ericksen, Albert, 226 Erickson, Craig, 103, 134 Erickson, Larry, 226 Erickson, Margaret, 188, 226 Erickson, Sharon, 114, 160, 226 Erpelding, Janis, 206 Eschliman, Roger, 239 Essary, Leland, 226 Estes. Judith, 61, 149, 188, 239 Euler, Diane, 103, 108, 160, 178 Evans. John, 252 Evers, Kenneth, 155, 252 Evers, Loyd, 206 Ewers, Carol, 150, 252 Ewing, Thomas, 206 Fager, James, 134 Fairfield, Bill, 103, 122 Fales, Connie, 206 Falgione, John, 226 Fanning, Lynn, 252 Farmer, James, 206 Farmer, Leanne, 206 Farnham. Linda, 206 Farr, Wilma, 206 Farrar, Larry, 206 Fattig, William, 239 Favinger, Steve, 206 Feaster, Nancy, 61, 103, 114, 18 Feigt, Pamela, 206 Feikert, Merlin, 252 Felt, Rosemary, 104, 239 Fenstermacher. Craig, 133. 206 Ferguson, Ann, 110, 188, 239 Ferguson, Kathleen, 117, 206 Ferguson, Terry, 121, 252 Ferron, Myrene, 206 Fichtner, Sharon, 226 Fidler, Craig, 239 Fidler, Lela, 239 Field, Peggy, 206 Filsinger, Gloria, 206 Findley. Susan, 226 Fisher, Daniel, 226 Fisher, Steven. 96, 226 Fisher, Vemon, 206 Fitzke. Patricia, 252 Fitzke. Sharon, 253 Fjell, David. 128 Flack, Susanne, 114, 160, 226 Flanders, Susan. 109 Fleecs, James, 206 6, 239 Fleming, Jacqueline, 144, 14-6, 156, 169, 23? Fleming, Patricia, 239 Fletcher, Mary, 239 Flint, Susan, 206 Flohr, Ronald, 128, 239 Fokken, Muriel, 239 Foote, Maryann, 160, 226 Ford, Lorraine, 108, 226 Fortner, Gayle, 239 Fosdick. James, 123 Fouts, Lois, 188, 206 Fowler, John, 34, 172, 179, 226 Fox, Henry, 263 Fox, Jean, 206 Fox, Sheryl, 206 Francis, Roger, 239 Frank, Vicki, 108, 239 Franzen, Lavem, 253 Franzen, Milan, 122, 253 Frasier, Charles, 196, 226 Frates. John, 90, 226 Frazier, Becket, 105 Harr, .1 Fread, Nancy, 206 Frederick, Carol, 61, 108, 149, 188, Frederick, Kathleen, 239 Fredricey, Patricia, 206 Fredrickson, Janelle, 206 Freiberg, Susan, 206 French, Penelope, 104, 160, 270 Frerichs, Marcia, 172, 178, 226 Frerichs, Marian, 206 Frew, Raymond, 191, 253 Friedlan. Lawrence, 139 Fries, Dennis, 133, 226 Friesen, Barbara, 206 Fritsche, Blaine, 239 Fritz, Sandra, 145, 253 Frost, Charles, 206 Fruhling, Dale, 132 Fry, Linda, 206 Fry, Robert, 191 Frye, Jack, 226 Fulcher. Thomas. 122. 253 Fuller, Launa, 206 Fu.ller, Montie, 206 Funk, Priscilla, 239 Gaasland, Mary, 226 Gaffney, Howard, 226 Gallagher, Anabel, 253 Gallagher, Patricia, 206 Galvin, Donald, 206 Gambill, Elizabeth. 253 Gardner, Carol, 206 Garretson, Linda, 206 Garrett. Danny, 128, 155, 190, 239 Garrett, Patricia, 206 Garton, Nora, 155, 226 Gass, Gregory, 207 Gausman, Jane, 111, 226 Gdowski, Gerald, 69 Gearhart, Lyle, 128. 167, 239 Gehle. Keith, 138, 207 George, Peggy, 240 Gepford, Gary, 207 Gerhardt, Carol, 226 Gerhardt, Frederick, 69, 239 Gibbs, Mary, 240 Gibson, Earl, 240 Gibson, Mary, 253 Gibson, Robert, 196 Gifford, Robert, 207 Gilbreath, Edward, 196, 226 Giles, Cynthia, 207 Gilgen, Tamara, 226 Gilgren, Margaret, 207 Gillispie, Clyde, 126 Gilster, Margo, 226 Givens. Gordon, 126 Glandt, Robert, 121, 179, 226 Glazier, Linda, 151, 240 Glebe, Joan, 144, 226 Glenn, James, 226 Glinn, Dayle, 207 Glover, Marjorie, 166, 172, 178 Glunz. Cheryl, 226 Goble, Karen. 39, 104- Goble, Kathy, 125 Godfrey, Alan, 123 Goedert, William, 72, 167, 253 Goerke, Marcia, 115, 207 Goertzen, Gary, 121, 207 Goings, Ferde, 138 Gollner, Robert, 226 Golter, Gala, 226 Gonka, Kenneth, 161, 183, 227 Goodwater, Dennis, 144, 227 Goodwin, Pamela, 207 Goodwin, Stanley, 128 Goossen, Sharon, 227 Gosch, Dean, 185 Goshorn, Marian, 104- GOSHGU, Jerry, 159, 240 Gottsch, Robert, 227 Grabenstein, Lyle, 121, 227 Grady, James, 253 Graham, Barbara, 174, 207 Graham, Stephen, 207 Grape, Lynne, 227 Grape, Terry, 207 Grapes, James, 253 Gratopp, William, 138 Graves, Jerry, 207 Graybeal, Leann, 207 Green, Jack, 240 Green, Joanne. 240 Green, Judith, 227 Green, Kenneth, 207 239 Green, Linda, 188, 207 Green, Nancy, 207 Greenamyre, Vernie, 164 Gregg, Robert. 139, 162 Gress, Darlene, 207 Gress, Keith, 72, 240 Griess, Earl, 207 Griffith, Jerry, 227 Griffith, Linda, 240 Griffiths, Walter, 80, 128, 155 Grimes, Harold, 133, 227 Grobe, Barbara, 207 Grogan, George, 126 Grubaugh, Lynda, 207 Grube, Richard, 133, 179 Grundmann, Paul, 121 Gunn, Barbara, 145, 148, 159, Gurney, Rajaena, 172, 207 Gustafson. Beverly, 198, 240 Gustafson, Harriet, 144, 207 Gustafson, Roylene, 172, 207 Guthmann, Betty, 263 Guthmann, James, 128 Guthmann, Robert, 82 Guyer, Janna, 207 2 Hansen Hansen Hansen Hansen , Patricia, 159, 227 , Philii 173 190, 240 1- - , Ronald. 227 i Sharon, 227 Henderson, Nancy, 151, 189. 208 ilendricktson. Sheila, 241 H-anion. Terry, 183, 228 Heunie. Bruce. 228 11t'lll'!ll'lg, rlilwntti-. Henson, Nantgy, 203 Herbert. Nlielia-gl. 211 Herman. l'aum-l.i. 155, 197, 228 Hansen, Thomas, 228 Hansen, Timothy, 191 Hanson, James, 61, 69, 71, 173, 207 Hanthorn, Janine, 154, 253 Hanzel, Lila, 207 Harb, Herbert, 208 Harder, James, 72, 73. 228 Harder. Lalean, 207 Harder, Mary, 240 Harder, Nancy, 207 Hardesty, Larry, 228 Hardiek, Rhonda. 207 Hardwick, John. 240 Haring, Dallas, 13-1-, 146, 253 Harms, Deanna, 159, 228 Harms, Jerry, 126. 162 Harms, Virgil, 253 Harner, Homer, 253 ames, 207 Herx erl, Lon. 203 Hesse, Kathleen, 30, 103, 10-1-, 254- 1'1ESStilgf'S'1'T, Lonnie. 241 Hesser. Sandra. 208 Heusel. Cathy. 188 .208 Heydon, Lyle. 71 Hibberd. Larry, 126, 241 Hickman, Gordon, 208 Hickihan, Miriam, 158, 241 Hicks, Don, 103, 138 Hild, Kurt, 122 Hildgenkamp, Judy, 109, 208 Hill. Kenneth, 190, 254 Hill. Virginia, 98, 241 Hilty, Betty, 146. 241 ale! fi it Gwin, Michael, 82 Haas, Gary, 227 Haherlan, Michael, 122 Hackbarth, Lavere, 68, 69 Haddad, Amin, 144. 240 Haddad, Farid, 144, 253 Haddix, Gene, 227 Hadenfeldt, Marcia, 207 Hadwiger, Ronald, 69, 167 Haffey, Marilyn, 188, 227 Haggard, James, 191 Hagge, Randall, 123 Halbgewachs, L., 227 Halbgewachs, Linda, 176, 240 Hale, Sharolyn, 207 Halferty, Nancy, 207 Hall, Cheryl, 207 Hall, Gary, 207 Hall, lris, 227 Hall, Patricia, 207 Halstead. Betty, 227 Halvorson, Pamela, 114, 227 Ham, Linda, 240 Hamilton, Diane, 151 Hammons, Nancy, 207 Haney, Doyle, 138 Hanke, Lawrence, 126 Hankins. Kenneth, 207 Hanna, Sharon, 207 Hannon, Dennis, 134 Hansen, Carol, 207 Hansen, Daniel, 68, 71 Han sen Hansen Hansen , David, 207 Donald 253 : Kathleen, 24-0 Harris, Linda, 189, 207 Harris, Marcia, 159, 228 9' if ' , , z.4J ,, . , ' ,nga , ' -gg, . . ,V 2 G 39.9.41 W., , ' 't 1 '1'i 7 "'i 1 Hilty, Gary, 208 Hinrichs, Gene. 208 f f -ai Q 6 1 , 67 f' ,y , 1 W ,,,, ,H . Q- ,. ,,,.,,- -, I ,, 1,.:z:'i.',,L-1,"5-Q4 .1-:f':f.-'i ef::Z!?f2 -I ,5 44 - .33 I V ' ' w ' Q f" Nz, ff ' 7 Harrison, Kurt, 240 Harrop, Vicki, 208 Hartig, Sheryl, 208 Hartman. Kathleen, 208 Harvey. Donald, 240 Harvey, Michael, 162 Hasenauer, Leonard, 254 Hash, Nancy, 254 Hash, Randall. 190, 254 Hassenstab. David, 208 Hasty, Connie, 240 Hauder, Pauline, 174. 189, 208 Haussler, Danny, 240 Hawk, Joan, 228 Hawley, Jerry, 166 Hayford. Angela. 208 Heady, Sarah, 208 Heapy, Elaine, 240 Heaston, Barbara, 240 Heble, Alena. 208 Heckman, Stephen. 179 Hehner, Clark, 155, 157, 254 Hehner, Lance, 228 Hehnke, Mark, 123, 228 Heidtbrink. Barry, 71, 208 Heine, Dean Edwin, 148, 254 Heinrich. Joseph, 123 Heisner, Larry, 191 Heitman, Ronald, 128 Helmer, Sandra, 254 Helmick, Sue, 241 Helvey, Richard, 126, 241 Heminger, Dewey, 208 Hemmingsen, Julene, 208 Henderson, Jack, 122, 271 Hinrichs, Jimmie. 71 Hinrichs, Mary, 26, 254 Hinrichs, Wayne. 228 Hinze, Arlene. 208 Hinze, Norman, 228 Hirsh, Louis, 138 Hiser, Rodney. 172. 195, 241 Hiser, Sheryl, 208 Hitchcock, Jerry, 71 Hixon, Ronald, 254 Hjorth. Wilbur, 138, 254 Hoagland, Julie, 115. 208 Hoarty, Richard, 228 Hodgkin, Diana, 208 Hoenig. Shirley, 241 Hoesly, Dan, 95. 126 Hofeling, Eugene. 228 Holi, Sue, 176, 241 Hoffbauer, Arthur, 208 Hoffman. John, 208 Hogan, Veronica, 228 Hohnbaum, Gale, 208 Hchnstein, James, 208 Hoins. Richard, 254 Holcomb, Dona, 254 Holen, Michael, 208 Holen, Sandra, 30, 103. 114. 148, 254 Holley. Linda. 149, 228 Holley, Walter, 228 Holliday, Laura, 178, 198, 241 Hollinger. Norma. 11-1- Hollister, James, 138, 241 Hollister. Judith. 241 Holm, Stanley., 228 Holmes. Jerryl, 228 275 Holmgrctx. Mary. 254 H-j-lstvn. Linda. 208 Holtz. Sandra. 228 Holtze. Elma. 158. 188. 2-1-1 Holtze. James. 208 Holulw. Thomas. 208 Holi. Lyniiett. 208 Hr-man. Dixie. 208 Ht-sd. Linda. 116. 15-1. 25-1- Hoos. Gary. 228 Hoppes. Roland. 77 Horn. Earl-ara. 115. 189. 208 Horst. Merle. 167. 228 Hoster. Kathleen. 108. 160. 228 Hough. Marlyn. 129. 271 Howard. Anna. 2-1-1 Howland. Danny. 208 Huebner. John. 208 Hueske. Beverly. 208 Hutfman. Ervin. 155. 190. 25-1- Hudman. James. 69. 96. 196. 25-1 Hughes. 15'-etty.25-1 Hughes. Evelyn. 208 Hughes. Patricia. 228 Hughes. Robert. 228 Hughes. Sharon. 1-1-1-. 228 Hulinsky. Emest. 121 Hummel. Jean. 188. 2-1-1 Hunsberger. Timothy. 80. 132. 167 Hunt. Eugene. 208 Hunt. James. 179. 2-11 Hunt. Rex. 208 Hunter. Robert. 208 Hurley. Eddy. 208 Hurt. Daniel. 208 Husband. Elaine. 228 Hutchewn. Herbert. 121. 255 Hutchinson. Marjorie. 209 Hutchison. Josiah. 209 Hutsell. Carol. 209 Hynes. Eugene. 13-1. 190 1li1'l'. Carolyn. 228 lmuk. Asuquo. 209 lngraham. Gary. 228 lnffram. Linda. 115, 270 lngrim. Dennis. 228 lnselman. Myron. 69. 126 lrwin. Edith. 228 lsaacs. Mary. 98 lske. Linda. 209 lyerson. Linda. 209 Jablonski. Linda. 228 Jackson. Thomas. 129. 209 Jacobs. James. 2-1-1 Jacobsen. David. 67. 68. 69. 90. 92. 95 Jacobsen. Errol. 209 Jahnke. Colleen. 2-1-1 James. Dennis. 24-1 James. Linda. 2-11 Jamison. Donna. 30. 10-1- Jancher. Bonnie. 176 Janski. James. 72. 241 Janssen. Phyllis. 2-1-1 Janssen. Ronald. 122 Janssen. Yerlin. 2-1-1 Jax-min. Connie. 228 Jamagin. Collen. 209 Javins. Daniel. 147 Jetiery. Joanne. 116 Jetire-. Janie. 209 Jelden. Joyce. 209 276 Jenning s. Michael. 209 Jensen Donna 255 Jensen. Jensen. Jacqueline, 228 James. 85. 87. 167 Jensen. John. 129. 209 Jensen. Jensen. Kathleen. 178. 2-1-1 Michael. 228 Jensen. Patrice. 209 Jensen Thomas. 209 Jensen. William. 37. 126.255 Jeppesen. Pamela. 36. 105. 209 Jesch. Vicki. 209. 270 Jiede. Barbara. 105 Keiser. Keller. Keller. Kelley Kelley Kelley Kelley Pamela. 209 Georgia, 209 John. 209 Janet. 210 Larry, 133. 209 Max. 210 Michael. 210 Kelly. Bruce. 210 Kelly. Frank. Kelly, John. 126, 209 Kelsch. Jacklyn. 98. 114 Kendrick. James. 72, 167 Kennedy. David. 128. 229 269. 271 Jie-de. Ronald. 90. 91. 128. 147 Kennedy. James. 229 Jobman. Rodney. 209 Kennedy. Karen, 172. 178. 229 Johansen. LaYonne. 160. 188, 194-. 228 Kenton. Connie. 210 Johanson. Steven. 139 Kenton. Patricia. 229 Johnson. Cherlyn. 209 Kepler. David. 210 Johnson. Duwayne. 190. 255 Kernick. Bradley. 138. 210 Johnson. Gaylord. 209 Kezeor, Ralph. 210 Johnson. Glenna. 209 Kiersch. Charles. 134 Johnson. Hal. 255 Kimble. David. 128, 196. 229 Johnson. Harvey. 129. 209 Kimmer. Jack. 128 Johnson. Jack. 103. 126 Kinder. Karolyn. 229 Johnson. Lacreta. 159 King. Janet. 255 Johnson. Marian. 241 King. Jeanne, 160. 185 Johnson. Mark. 209 King. Nelta, 161. 183. 229 Johnson. Mary. 209 King. Rodney. James. 61 Johnson. Michael. 33 King. Stephen. 80. 210 Johnson. Raoul. 255 Kinston, John. 210 Johnson. Richard. 209 Kinnaman. Carroll. 72. 73. 167, 255 Johnson. Rick. 209 Kinnan. Karen. 104, 229 Johnson. Samuel. 209 Kinney. Danny. 121, 242 Johnson. Stephen. 209 Kinney. Leslie. 80. 210 Johnson. Stephen. 209 Kinzie. Mona. 210 Johnson. Steven. 128. 242 Kirby. Bette. 189. 210 Johnson. Vernon, 242 Kirchhoii. Beverly, 187. 198, 242 Jolovich. Judith. 197. 228 Kirkland. Laura. 242 Jones. Corliss. 209 Kiser. Jon, 229 Jones. Jacquelyn. 228 Kissel. Donna. 105, 174-. 229 Jones. Muriel. 255 Kitterer. Lonnie. 132. 179 Jones. Roger. 228 Kittle. Kent. 179. 255 Jordan. Cheryl. 209 Kjar. Pamela. 210 Joslin. Judy. 229 Kjar. Richard. 210 Joy. Carol. 188. 209 Klahn. Bernard. 133, 210 Junker, Belva. 255 Klapal, Susan. 242 Junker. Larry. 132 Klatt. Paula. 159. 194. 229 Jurgens. Gary. 255 Klein. Ladonna. 210 Kaeding. Judith. 229 Klein. Wayne, 80 Kaminski. Thomas. 69. 71. 209 Kliewer. Olene, 242 Kammann. Marlin. 209 Klone. David. 126 Kamrath. Alan. 209 Kluver. Sharan. 229 Kanter. Frances. 250 Knauss. Charles. 256 Kappel. Carolyn. 242 Knegg, Larry, 210 Kapperman. Donald. 255 Knigge. Wilma. 229 Karlberg. Orinda. 14-5. 14-6. 178. 255 Knobel. lblarsha, 160, 178 Karre. Janet. 209 Knobel. Monty. 210 Karsten. Beth. 209 Knoll. William. 121. 210 Karsten. Rodney. 77. 129 Knutsen. Stephen. 71, 210 Kaslon. Belly. 149. 242 Koch, Gilbert, 256 Kasson. Denzel. 229 Koch. John. 123. 229 Katskee. Sally. 108. 24-2 Koch, Keith, 79, 134 Kaufman. Deborah. 209 Koch. Marilyn. 155, 229 Kaufman. Jerry. 162. 255 Koch. Michael. 80 Kaup. Leonard. 69. 255 Kociemba. Roy. 122. 183. 256. Kaura. James. 242 Kociemha. Thomas. 61. 256 Kay. William. 209 Koepke. Byron. 24-2 Kegley. Cary. 255 Koepp. James. 229 Kegley. Jana. 255 Kohl. Arlene, 242 Keilig. Rene. 209 Kolbert. Isabelle, 210 Keiper. Robert. 179 Koller. Donald. 121, 179, 242 ... v V ' -f r v t . e , " - .3 3 - Q, 2 - ' 1211 1 i5' ng gm- V' I E, ' vi! iviiiriitk t 'MM 1 1 1 ' f Kopf, Richard. 138. 175 Korb. Harold. 173. 190 Korbelik. Ronald. 210 Kosch. Linda, 210 Koslowske. John, 122 Kotsiopulos. Peter. 123. 210 Kovanda. Shirley. 145. 169. 256 Kozisek, Roger. 242 Krajewski, Phyllis. 210 Kral. Gary. 229 Krause, Scott, 210 Krehmke. James. 175 Kriski, Randall. 172. 179. 190, 24-8 Kroeger. Kenneth. 128, 229 Kroeger, Rex. 256 Krolikowski. Lambert. 24-2 Kroll. Dorothy, 24-2 Krubeck. Judy. 114. 145, 148. 168. 256 Krueger. Pamela. 256 Krug. Marcia. 242 Kruse, Betty, 210 Kruse. Cary, 139 Kruse. Jannette. 30. 103. 104-. 256 Kruse, Karen. 203 Kruse, Terry. 209 Kucera. Barbara. 189. 24-2 Kuehl, Bonnita. 242 Kuehl. Donna, 230 Kuchl. Henry. 210 Kuhlman. Allan. 230 Kuhlmann. Wade. 123 Kuhn. James. 210 Kuhnel. Duane. 69. 256 Kuhnel. Sharron. 210 Kuhns, Lynn, 230 Kulhanek. Alan. 256 Kulhanek. James, 69. 71 Kulhanek, Sandra. 149 Kumpf. Jane. 230 Kumpost. Marylou. 210 Kunze, Ronald. 210 Kuskie. Larry. 197. 230 Kutschkau. Karen, 210 Lacey, Douglas. 69, 128. 167 Lakey, Diane. 210 Lakey, John. 14-2. 159 Lamb. Terry, 210 Lambert, Dorothy. 210 Lambley. Carol. 26. 30. 38. 114. Lancaster. Roger. 103, 122 Lance. Elgan. 210 Landmesser, Jane. 104-. 121 Lang. Norman. 190 Lange, Marietta, 230 Langley, Charlene, 104, 210 Lans, Jonelle, 256 Lapp, Robert, 96. 138 Larsen. Daniel. 128. 230 Larsen. Linda, 109 Larsen. Twila. 104. 188. 242 Larson. Jerry, 71 Larson. Kenneth. 242 Mankin. Roberta. 155, 243 Manley. Kathleen. 211 Mann. Gaylord. 162. 243 Mark. Michaela. 231 Mark. Wayne, 231 Markus. Janet. 149 Larson, Renee, 210 Larson. Robert, 71 Larson. Teresa, 210 Larson, Theone, 242 Lathrop. Craig. 69, 71. 210 Lauber. Laird, 230 Lauer. Cheryl. 30, 37, 108. 256 Lauer. Gary, 122 Laughlin. Vivia.n, 111. 147, 242 Laursen, Sandra. 108 Laux. Ronald. 69. 88. 121. 242 Lawson, Donald, 210 Lawson, Thomas. 90. 93 Layher, Harland. 139. 243 Leach. Mary. 210 Ledbetter. Debbie, 210 Lee. Richard. 162. 210 Lefever, Jo Ann. 109. 230 Leggott. Michael. 210 Leinert. John, 230 Leise. Kenda. 109. 230 Leise. Roberta. 210 Lemaster, Carla.. 188, 210 Lempp. Rick. 82 Lessman, Joan, 210 Lessman. Milan. 210 Levy, Dorothy. 34, 24-3 137. 168 Murphy Lewis, Barbara, 211 Lewis, Kathleen, 211 Lezanic. Curtis, 82, 139, 210 Lheureux, Verlyn, 173 Liakos. Steven. 69, 128 Libal, Cheryln, 188, 211 Lichti, Lavonne, 30, 103. 108 Lichti. Maurine, 108, 230 Lieb, Kenneth, 103, 138 Liebsack, Gary, 257 Lieneman. Linda, 230 Lierman. Elroy, 190, 257 Liggett, Patricia. 169, 243 Lighthall, Patricia, 188, 230 Lilienthal. James. 211 Lindau. Charles, 121 Lindsay, Craig, 236 Lindsay, Donald, 243 Lindsay, Raymond, Boyd, 257 Link, Carol. 257 Linn, Earl, 243 Linstadt, Glen, 211 Lipska, Lloyd. 138 Little, Danny, 211 Loaris. George, 211 Loifer, Doris, 211 Loffer. Robert, 175 Long, Keith, 257 Lookhart, George, 243 Loontjer, Susan, 30, 61, 145, 18 Lorens, Marilyn, 211 Losey, Jim, 211 Luben, Karolyn, 188, 198, 230 Lucas, Michael, 80, 81, 99, 121 Lucas, Vergene, 211 Luce, Robert, 211 Ludden, Nancy, 211 Luebbe, Richard, 126 Luehr. William, 257 Lum, Claudette, 257 Lund. John, 122 Lundgren, Nancy, 115, 211 Lungrin, Richard, 69 Lunkwitz, Florence, 257 Luther, Marilyn, 103, 110, 188 Luther, Suzanne, 231 Lutjeharms, Richard, 231 Luttman, Pamela, 189 Lux, Charles, 172 Lyons, Bernard, 257 Lyons, Mary, 257 Mahon, David, 69 MacDonald, James, 126 Maclntyre, David, 243 Maddern, Jon, 103, 133, 243 Mader, Marcia, 257 Maggiacomo, William, 69 Magill, John, 231 Magnusson, Neil, 103, 122 Mahaffey, Penelope, 211 Mahood, Joyce, 144, 159, 231 Maize, Patricia, 257 Mal-rings, Terry, 243 Malchow, Sheryl, 243 Malicky, Larry, 211 Malmkar, Georgia, 231 Malone, Gary 257 Malone. Judv. 30. 257 Markus, Susan, 211 Markussen, Phyllis, 243 Marlin, Gary, 162, 243 Marquis, Keith, 211 Marr, David, 231 Marr, Nancy, 188, 231 Marsh, Ronald, 211 Martens, Thomas, 211 Martin Bruce, 121, 158, 257 Martin, Carolyn, 117 Martin, Kay, 211 Martin Mary, 174, 231 Martin Randy Raymond, 211 Martin Thomas, 257 Martin, Wyona, 243 Martinez. Cheryl, 211 Mason, Charles, 257 Mason, Terry, 191 Matthews, Michael, 257 Matuschin, Annie, 26, 110. 243 Matya, Lauren, 231 Maul, Judy, 231 Mauler, Randall, 231 Mausbach. Joyce, 211 Maxon, Donald. 211 May, Leon, 176 McArthur, Kathleen, 109, 211 7, 257 McBride. Charles, 61, 134, 231 McCabe. Catherine, 231 McCall, Lela, 14-5.' 148, 257 McCall. Ray, 257 McCan, Duane, 121, 173, 243 McCandless. Donald, 72 McCarty, Marlene, 30, 107, 108, 257 McClelland, Kendra, 188, 211 McClelland, Kennis, 211 McClellen, Carol, 231 McClure, James, 90. 143 McClymont, Jane. 108, 160, 174, 231 McColloch, Sandra, 115 McConnell. Lois, 211 McConville. Doris, 104, 159 McCormick, Gary, 122, 243 McCoy, Diana. 185 McCoy, Kathleen, 211 McCue. Lynne, 243 McDermott, James, 257 McDonald, Kathleen, 211 McDonnel. Lynn, 231 McElfresh. James, 121 McEntee. Jacqueline. 211 McGhie, Thomas. 71, 123, 212 McGinness. Toni, 231 McGraw, Dennis, 87, 155, 167, 257 McGraw, Kenneth, 211 McGreer, Gregg, 212 McGreer, Michael, 212 McGregor, Donald, 173. 197, 231 McHargue. Marlene. 188 Mclntire, Thomas, 133 McKee, James, 243 McKee. James, 191 McKibben. Claribel, 212 McLaughlin, Jane, 212 McLaughlin, Martin, 257 McMasters, Pamela, 212 McMeekin, Terry. 211 McMillan, Rober, 69, 195, 258 McNally, David, 212 McNeff, Steven, 212 McNiiT, Richard, 212 McNurlin, Kathryn, 158, 160, 198, 2 McNurlin, Linda, 212 McPherson, Gayle, 212 McQueen, Larry, 231 McVicker, Cynthia, 212 McVicker. Janet, 231 Medbery, Wilber, 258 Medjo, Terry, 99, 128, 231 Melbye, Richard. 212 Melgaard, Lorna, 231 Melroy, Rodney, 69, 80, 81 www Meyer. Kathryn. 114 Meyer. Vikkie. 212 Michael. Donna. 111. 212 Mierau. Gary. 72, 167 Miille. Sheryl. 231 Mika. Beverly. 212 Milbourn. Lavonne, 212 Miles, Thomas. 179 Miller, Agnes. 244 Miller, Bonnie. 231 Miller. Carolyn. 258 Miller, Glenn, 231 Miller. Jolynn, 258 Miller, Lewis, 154 Miller. Mary. 212 Miller. Pamela, 212 Miller. Warrexi, 82 Miller, Wayne. 212 Milligan, Ronald. 244 Mills, Gail, 258 Mimick, Patricia, 231 Mintken Cheryl, 61. 104, Mintling. Jacqueline, 231 Mischke. Mary. 105 Mitchell Beverly. 258 Mitchell Billie. 212 Mitchell, Glen, 258 Mitchel1,Jay. 231 Mitchell, Linda, 212 Moates, Susan, 244 Mock. Mary. 110 Mohanna, Joseph, 69, 71 Mohlman, Janice, 187, 212 Moler, Roger, 122 Monroe. George, 126 lN1ontgomery. Arlyn, 258 31 Mences. Leila. 231 Mercer, Kenneth, 243 Merrick. Janice, 110 Merrick, Michael, 129 Messman, Marcia, 174 Metcalf. John, 121, 212 Meyer, Cheryl, 231 Meyer, Jacqueline, 231 Meyer, Jane, 212 Meyer, John, 69 Meyer, Jolene, 212 Moody. Roger, 176, 231 Moomey, Douglas, 258 Moon, Carol, 212 Moore. Anita 189, 212 Moore. Glenda, 188, 212 Moore. Thomas, 71, 212 Moreau, Colleen, 154, 231 Morgan. Larry, 212 Morgan, Lois. 212 130, 244, 270 Morin, Patricia, 103, 116. 231 Moroney. Roger, 212 Moroski, Patrick. 138 Morris, Genieve, 244 Morris, Scott. 123 Morse, Richard, 123 Mortensen, Shirely, 212 Moseman, Cynthia, 212 Moss, Jeanne, 212 Mousel, Donna, 231 Mousel. Evelyn, 108, 258 Moyer. Merlin, 121 Muckel, Judy, 244 Muirhead, David, 258 Muirhead, Gordon. 258 Mulberger, Robert, 71 Mullen, Patrick, 212 Muller, Larry, 140 Mulligan. Barbara, 232 Mulligan, William, 121 Mullin, Sarah, 185 Munderloh, Jon. 134 Mungon. Judy. 212 Munson, Susanna, 212 Murphy, Charlene, 212 Murphy, Cheryl, 26. 212 . Gerald, 103, 121, 244 Murray. Leroy. 244 Myers. Dianne. 212 Myers, Karen, 114, 244 Myers, Virgene, 212 Naber. Jeanette. 114. 232 Naprstek, Franklin. 69. 126. 244 Naumann. Raymond. 212 Naysmith, Nancy, 258 Nazzaro, Barbara. 33 Neal. David, 144 Neal, Warren, 232 Nedrig. Danny. 212 Nefzger, Alix. 232 Neis, Allan, 121, 212 Nelsen, Reinhold. 244 Nelson, Cheryl, 212 Nelson, Cynthe, 114, 270 Nelson, Diane, 105 Nelson, Karen, 212 Nelson, Keith, 232 Nelson, Patricia, 145 Nelson. Robert, 179. 232 Nelson, Roy, 76, 78, 244 Nelson, Scott, 123 Nelson, Sylvia, 258 Nelson, Terry. 212 Nelson, Terry, 212 Nelson, Thomas. 72, 167 Nelson, Vergil, 258 Nelson, Victor, 212 Nelson, Ward, 72 Nelson, William. 69 Nesladek. James, 147 Neuman. Catherine. 212 Newcomb. Kathleen, 212 Newcomb. Ward. 232 Newman. Elaine, 158, 194, 232 Newman, Nelson, 258 Newth, Gary, 191 NG. Angelina, 212 Nicol, Camillee, 212 Niebuhr. Patricia. 158. 187 Niehus. William, 213 Nielsen, Diane, 151 Nielsen. Roger. 87, 167 Nielsen. Russell. 213 Niernoth. David. 213 Niemoth, Mary 232 Nienaber. David, 258 Nienaber, Derald. 172. 213 Nienhueser, Barbara. 111. 188. 2 Nienhueser. Larry, 259 Nightingale. Thomas. 213 Nilamann. Boonkiat, 263 Ninega, Jerrie, 232 Ninegar, Jo, 244 Nissen, Alma. 213 Nokes, Sharon. 232 Nolte, Genene. 213 Noonan. Karen. 232 277 39 Oltma Philips, Bari, 98, 108, 174 Raymond, Suzanne. 109, 215 X-'tibia Iii. 121 FJ ,rd 1 itlvfii. 213 ZX,-Iris. rrp. 122 fwi-1'-sit' iilglitiftl. ... 3 'N,- Xak. .7-fs.-fl-. 12.1 'N ovfvsf-.i fX.1:'1C3'. .232 Y '. 11-7 tc. l11'ifL'T't.'3O. 94. 134. 232 3-or Y arry. 126 371155.13 s..LZl3 Nutteini 11:11. Frederick. 213 Kve. Patrit'i.i. Louise. 105 ff'-'stroni Cheryl. 213 fines. Jerry. 121, 232 Llbering. Roland. 213 .QT Ol.-c.ing. 1 erlyn. 213 Oberle, David. Warren. 121, 259 Obermeier. Kenneth. 213 Olzerslizw. Gail. 109. 213 W haw. Gloria. 109. 213 O'Brien. Daniel. 80. 213 O'Brien. Maurice. 259 Ockinga. Ladonna. 17-I-. 175. 189, 213 Oelschlager. Hugh. 122 ri. Harold. 159. 187. 190. 259 Oetter. Janeth. 213 Ohare. Betty. 115. 189 Ohlmann. Marilyn. 232 L bers Oetke Okeso n. Stes en. 213 Olcott, William. 129 Olin. Timothy. 232 Oliveros. Maria. 213 Olsen. Cynthia. 213 Olsen. Ellen. 232 Olsen. Ellen. 232 Olsen, Kent, 213 Olsen. Larry, 122. 128. 259 Olsen, Linda. 12-1-. 232 Olsen. Mary. 61. 232 Olson, Alrae, 122. 179 Olson, Connie, 259 Olson. Dean. 232 Olson , Dorothy. 232 Olson. Gary. 71. 213 Olson. Harvey, 173. 259 Olson. Karen. 188. 232 Olson, Lonnie, 69, 71, 104 Olson, Marcia. 104. 244 Olson. Sandra. 172. 178 ns. Marvin. 213 Pahl. Terrence. 259 Paine, Ronald. 128 Palmer. Sandra. 158. 213 Palser. Margaret. 213 Pankonin. Marlene 213 Pankonin. Mary. 259 Pape. Roger. 259 Paprocki, Victoria. 232 Parachini. Leonard, 178, 244 Parker. Jan. 232 Parker. Michael. 213 Parks, David, 213 Parniinter. Nancy, 213 Parr. Deanna, 213 Patterson. David, 69 Paul. George, 214 Pavelka. Rosalyn, 188, 214 Paxson. Thomas, 103, 121, 245 Peeks. Gordon. 71, 140 Peeks, Karren, 153, 160, 194, 232 Peer. James. 103. 132, 245 Pennstrom, Barbara, 117, 151, 214 Penrod. Karla. 214 Perez. Leonard, 80 Perkins. John, 71, 214 Plum. Marcy, 214 Pocock, Paul, 122 Polienberger, Christine, 30, 108. 259 Pokorny. Foster. 69 Poland, Douglas. 233 Pollard. Robert. 123 Pollard. Rodney, 71 Polzin, Robert. 128 Pool. Dennis. 127, 214 Poppe, Anette, 214 Popple, Vicki, 115, 233 Portenier, Jack, 122 Powell, Donna. 145, 233 Powell, James, 214 Powell, Ray, 138 Powers. Betty, 160, 188, 194, 233 Powers. Connie, 149, 245 Pratt, Timothy, 128 Preble, Preston, 133 Prell. Richard. 245 Preusch, Connie, 233 Price, Bonnie, 259 Priddy, Kaye, 233 Prindle, Delbert, 90, 190, 245 Pritchett. Raymond, 214 Perkins. Ronald. 214 Perrel. Myron. 214 Perrien, Stanley. 214 Perry. W illiam. 214 Person, Anita, 174. 214 Peschka, Vicki. 214 Peters. James. 232 Peters, R ichard, 90 Petersen, John, 72, 167, 259 Petersen, Linda, 151, 214 Petersen, Mona, 110 Petersen, Steven, 134, 214 Peterson, Allan, 214 Peterson, Daniel, 214 Peterson, Evelyn, 232 Peterson, Linda, 174 Peterson, Richard, 162 Pettey, C arol, 188, 214 Pfeifer. Michael, 71, 214 Pfeil, Gwelda. 149, 188, 245 Pfeil. Larry, Pfeil. Rene. 194, 259 Pflasterer, Gay, 214 Prorock, Sharon, 214 Prosser, Cynthia, 214 Psota, Ronald, 233 Pulliam, Ronald, 214 Purdy, Kenneth, 72 Quadhamer, Miriam, 175, 24-5 Quincy, Edward, 215 Quincy, Wayne, 233 Quiring, Maxine, 213 Radcliff, Cheryl, 189, 233 Rademaker, Betty,'215 Rader, David, 103, 121, 165, 245 Radzymski, Michael, 71 Ramsey, Angeline, 233 Rasmussen , Gary, 121, 260 Rasmussen, Rasmussen, Rasmussen, Randall, 69, 86, 167 Robert, 69, 127 Vern, 215 Rassette, James, 128, 245 Rathbun, Janice, 172, 178, 245 Rauert, Glenn, 260 Rauert, Jack, 129 Rayl, Dennis, 260 Oman, Deborah, 117. 213 Ondrak, Ronald, 213 Opitz, Barbara. 154, 244 Oran, Carol. 108. 155, 168, 244 Oran, Gary. 213 Ortiz. J ohn. 133 Osborn, Gayle. 213 Osentowski, Mary. 98, 232 Osentowski, Richard, 66, 69, 90, 93, 94. 126 Osterbuhr. Janice. 232 Osterbuhr, Sandra, 213 Ottman, Ronald, 213 Otto, Doris, 213 Otto. James, 140 Ough, Michael, 82. 213 Ourada, Sandra. 155, 244 Owens, Carol. 213 Owens. James, 89. 259 Oxley, Richard. 24-1- Paben. John. 129, 213 Page. Jo. 213 Phillips, Bernard, 259 Phillips, David, 214 Phillips, Kala, 245 Pickerell, Donald, 214 Pickett, Robert, 233 Pieper. Galen, 214 Pierce, Linda, 214 Pierson, Anita, 233 Pieters, Edward, 76, 128, 245 Pinger, Gary, 134, 173, 190. 245 Pinkham, Leslie, Valinda, 214 Pinkston, Edith. 259 Piper, Gary, 155, 190 Pisar, Eileen, 214 Pitkin. Linda, 214 Pifkifh Steven, 69, 196, 245 Placke, Robert. 71 Placzek. Robert, 123 Plants, Carl, 144, 179, 233 Plebuch, Cathy. 115, 233, 270 Plith, William, 147. 245 Rea. James, 215 Rea, Robert, 139, 215 Redding, Robert, 185 Rediger, Barbara, 215 Redmon, Mary, 215 Reed, Claude, 245 Reed, Jane, 104 Rees, Eileen, 215 Reese, Duane, 245 Reeve, Larry, 233 Reiling, Dorothy, 215 Reinmuth, Arlene, 221 Reisig, Steven. 215 Remmereid. Nancy. 215 Remus, Sharon, 215 Rewerts, Judith, 104, 233 Rewerts. Mary. 233 Rhodes, Floyd, 128 Rice, Arlene, 145, 260 Rice, Rachel, 109 Rich, Mary, 233 1 ' -'Z . X2 f Richards, Gerald, 127 Richards, Jane, 114 Richards, Robert, 233 Richardson, Chris, 122 Richardson, Weldon, 245 Richey, Robert, 127 Richling, Leslie, 71, 215 Richman, John, 71 Richman, Lynda, 104, 260 Richmond, John, 127 Richter, Roger, 127 Ricker, Kayleen, 215 Ricker, Richard, 82, 139 Riecker, Wayne, 245 Riley, Charles, 260 Rine, Geraldine, 233 Ripp, Brenda, 215 Ripp, Lawrence. 121, 233 Ripp, Linda, 215 Ripp, Marilyn, 215 Ritterbush, Thomas, 71, 127, 215 Ritz, James, 154 Ritz. Jill, 260 Ritz, Joan, 174 Ritz, Lynn, 245 Rizer, Kay, 103, 116, 145, 178, 260 Robb, Richard, 245 Robertson, Donna, 233 Robertson, Gary, 90 Robertson, Joy, 233 Robinson, Mary, 188 Robinson, Nancy, 245 Rockwell, Jerry, 103, 138, 175 Rodgers, Dennis, 128, 215 Roeser, Herbert, 132, 158, 260 Rogers, Linda, 233 Rogers, Linna, 233 Rogers, Milton, 122 Roggenkamp, Guy, 260 Rohde, Gail, 233 Rohren, Kenton, 215 Rolick, Sandra, 215 Romanoif, Harry, 128, 245 Rosenthal, Mary, 188, 215 Rosier, Beverly, 215 Roth, Michele. 108, 189, 245 Rothenberger. Steven, 121, 233 Rother, Thomas, 215 Roush, Sharon, 260 Royer, Ford. 82, 134 Rozmus. James, 144 Rucker, Jimmie, 233 Rudloff, John, 215 Ruettimann, Glenda, 215 RUH, Margene, 105 Rumbaugh, Larita, 174, 233 Rupprecht, Frances, 156, 245 Russell, Elizabeth, 148, 260 Russell, Roger, 245 Russell, Susan, 108, 174, 198, 245 Rutar, Larry, 215 Rutt, Cheryl, 215 Rystrom, Connie, 105, 233 Saalfeld, Paul, 139 Sahn. Delbert, 234 Sakurada, Diane, 215 Salisbury, Linda, 114, 234 Samp, Darwin, 80, 173 Sams, Peggy, 108, 234 Samuelson, Terrance, 128, 234 Samuskewicz, Michael, 215 Sandau, James, 123 Sander, Royal, 121, 234 Sanders, Ellen, 187, 234 Sanderson, Ruth, 260 Sandman, James, 138 Sands, Ronald, 161, 183 Sandstrom, Sandra, 172, 245 Sanger, Warren, 121, 260 Sauser, Linda, 215 Sautter, Larry, 96 Schacht, Carol, 215 Schacht, Carol, 215 Schaefer, Betty, 215 Schaffer, Jerry, 245 Schaffert, Stanley, 245 Scharff, Jeffrey, 90, 179 Schellhouse, Marilyn, 215 Schepers, Steven, 69, 123 Schievelbein, Alan, 215 Schinkel, Elnida, 246 Schipporeit, Marlyn 115 Schmid, Alvin, 215 Schmid, Cecelia, 188, 215 Schmid, Lonnie, 215 Schmidt, Barbara, 98, 186, 24-6 Schmidt, Charles, 72, 80 Schmidt, Eldon, 234 Schmidt, Helga, 215 Schmidt, Norma, 215 Schmidt, Pamela, 215 Schmidt, Richard, 234 Schmidt, Sally, 234 Schmidt, Suzanne, 215 Schmitt, Donald, 260 Schmitt, Pamela, 105, 215 Schmitz, Elaine, 110, 260 Schmitz, Karen, 110 Schmoker, Barry, 134 Smidt Lynn, 216 Smith, Frances, 108 Smith, Gerald, 122 Smith, Kathleen, 114, 234 Smith, Margaret, 188 Smith, Mary, 38, 217 Smith, Miriam, 260 Smith, Patricia, 216 Smith, Reva, 108 Smith Rosalind, 103, 154, 169 Smith Sheryl, 217 Smits: Mary, 217 Smock, Carl, 246 Snodgrass, Sharon, 115 Sydow, Ralph, 191 Schnasc, John, 138 Schneider, Alan, 138, 215 Schoepf, Bruce, 215 Schoneberg, Billy, 128 Schrader, Donald, 182 Schreiner, Gary, 215 Schroder, Barbara, 216 Schroder, Karolyn, 216 Schroeder, Dennis, 216 Schroeder, Norma, 234 Schroeder, Sharon, 216 Schroll,,Alvin. 216 Schueler, Robert, 216 Schuett, Loren, 127 Schuller, Jon, 216 Schultz, Arvene, 78 Schultz, Sandra, 260 Schuman, Jane, 234 Schwaderer, Marjorie, 178 Schwager, Ralph, 138 Schwartz, Johnny, 121, 260 Schweiger, Robert, 133, 216 Schweizer, Lee, 122 Schwenninger, Geraldine, 216 Scofield, Marilyn, 153 Scott, Constance, 216 Scott, Diana, 144 Scott, Monica, 216 Seamon, Claudia, 174-, 189, 216 Sears, Gary, 216 Sears, Patty, 216 Sears, Ronald, 246 Seawards, James, 216 Sebek, Robert, 121 Sebelius, Cheryl, 234- Sederberg, Carol, 104, 246 Sehnert, Janette, 115 Seim, Don, 128, 190 Sellin, Gordon, 24-6 Sellin, Judith, 216 Sergeant, Sharon, 154, 216 Setzer, Virgil, 103, 128, 260 Shada, Douglas, 71 Shada, Jeanette, 234- Shada , Kathryn, 105, 189 Shada, Marsha, 114, 174 Shadden, Kent, 78, 122 Snowden, Deanna, 151, 234 Snyder, Janice, 234- Sobieszczyk, James, 79, 217 Soderholm, Arthur, 99, 172, 217 Soderquist, Barbara, 217 Soll, Diane, 174, 246 Solomon, Barbara, 234 Sommer, Donna, 261 Soper, Phillip, 138 Sorensen, Conda, 217 Sorensen, Nancy, 217 Sorenson, W. 128, 234 Sorgenfrei, Judy, 234- Sorgenfrei, Linda, 217 Soukup, Anton, 147, 217 Soukup, Sandra, 61, 114, 234- Spangler, Robert,'234 Sparks, Grant, 69, 71, 103, 121, 217 Speck, Charlotte, 261 Speck, Lonnie, 261 Spellman, Linda, 261 Spelts, Marsha, 30, 108, 183, 261, 271 Spencer, Kathleen, 217 Spencer, Kendra, 188, 234 Sperling, Lynda, 187, 217 Spindler, John, 138 Spoeneman, Barbara, 234 Springer, Lyle, 173, 246 Springer, Nancy, 261 Squier, Bonnie, 166, 246 Squires, Patricia, 189, 234 Staehr, Gene, 69, 71 Staehr, Lyndell, 69, 85, 88 Stafford, Keith, 122 Stafford, Kerry, 115, 217 Stahl, Richard, 71, 217 Stahlecker, Gail, 217 Starkey, Patricia, 217 Stauss, Kenneth, 261 Stec, Linda, 217 Steele, Garry, 261 Steele, Linda, 158, 24-6 SteH'en, Jolm, 217 Steffensen, John, 99, 128, 197, 246 Steinbeck, Lynn, 217 Steinbrink, Allen, 234- Stenehjem, Kenneth, 234 Shafer, Carol, 234 Shafer, Lyle, 24-6 Shaner, Ronda, 216 Shank, Char, 105 Shanks, Patricia, 216 Shanks, Robert, 260, 271 Sharkey, Patty, 216 Shaw, Elmer, 234 Shaw, Gail, 156, 260 Shelmadine, Lannie, 64, 69, 167 Shelton, James, 24-6 Shepherd, Sherry, 189, 216 Sherrerd, David, 82 Shield, Thomas, 216 Shields, Fletcher, 138 Stengel , Carolyn, 246 Sterner, Galen, 157, 246 Stevens, Jim, 217 Stevens, Kenneth, 217 Stevens, Ruth, 217 Stewart, Michael, 173, 234 Stewart Roberta, 158, 234- Stewart, William, 126, 217 Stice, Michael, 217 Stigge, Ronald, 121, 196, 247 Stine, Jerry, 88, 167, 261 Stine, Sharon, 247 Stittle, Betty, 247 Stobhc, Lorraine, 217 Stoddard, Ronald, 217 Stohl, Vance. 234 Stokebrand, Eldon, 72 Stokes, Nancy, 217 Stoll, Richard, 261 Stoltcnberg, Kathryn, 217 Stone, Robert, 97 Stordahl, Thomas, 247 Stout, Delcie, 110, 191 Stout, Ralph, 234- Stovall, Lyndon, 121, 234 Stover, Victor, 217 Strasburg, Karry, 234- Stratman, Jerry, 99, 128, 235 Stratman, Max, 172, 179, 197, 234 Streti, Steven, 128 Strever, Mary, 217 Stricker, Diane, 39, 104 Strnad, Anita, 217 Strobl, Dannie, 121, 235 Stromberg, Carol, 98, 218 Stromer, Judith, 187, 218 Stromer, Larry, 195, 24-7 Strong, Charles, 247 Stroup, Albert, 261 Stryker, Marilyn, 235 Stryker, Vema, 116, 235 Studt, Larry, 69 Stueber, Jill, 189, 247 Stuhr, Merlin, 261 Stull, Barbara, 218 Stull, Jerry, 14-4- Sturek, Jorja, 218 Stutzman, Bruce, 247, 261 Stutzman, Karen, 218 Suhr, Gary, 235 Suit, Cherri, 218 Suiter, Patricia, 218 Sumner, Janet, 261 Sundermeier, Darlene, 235 Sundermeier, Sharon, 218 Sutton, Cameron, 218 Svoboda, Connie, 218 Swan, Robert, 179, 261 Swanson, John, 218 Swartsley, Sandra, 157 Swedell, Myrna, 114, 235 Swedlund, Leroy, 138, 247 Swiatoviak, Thomas, 90, 138, 235 Sykes, Steven, 235 Tank, Lanny, 134, 247 Tanner, Richard, 82, 218 Tarlowski, Carl, 147 Taylor, Linda, 218 Tederman, Lane, 261 Tenhoff, Herman, 218 Teter, Cora, 154- Tex, Kathleen, 218 Thalken, Julie, 235 Tharp, Kenton, 147 Thayer, Ernest, 128, 167, 247 Thayer, Victor, 261 Thede, Cheryl, 261 Thies, Denzil, 138 Thoene, Cyril, 121, 247 Tho:-sen, Donald, 218 Thomas, Elaine, 104, 235 Thomas, Leroy, 173, 24-7 Thomas, Robert, 150, 190 Thompson, Craig, 138, 218 Thompson, Donna, 185 Thompson, Garry, 82 Thompson, Kathryne, 104 Thurber, Linda, 261 Thurber, Michael, 121 Tice, Carol, 151, 218 Tiff,Roy, 191,261 Tikalsky, Robert, 218 Tillson, Larry, 24-7 Todd, Steven, 218 Tollefsen, Judith, 61, 102, 114, Tompkin, Robert, 218 Tonniges, Lorraine, 24-7 Tool, Sharon, 218 Toomey, Lorraine, 235 Torczon, John, 69, 103, 127 Towater, Vicki, 218 Townsend, Barbara, 109, 218 Trambly, Sue, 33, 109, 188, 189 Tramel, Kathleen, 219 Trank, Douglas, 121 Tranmer, Andrea, 159, 247 Travnicek, Joyce, 188, 235 Tremblay, Jon, 235 Trenchard, Karen, 235 Trentman, Pamela, 105, 218 Tressler, Wilda, 144, 219 Trindle, Karen, 261 Triplett, Elaine, 149, 261 Tritle, Leo, 219 Troudt, Carroll, 69 Troudt, Robert, 71 Trueman, Wayne, 247 Trumble, Peggy, 172, 178 Tschepl, James, 97, 128 Tucker, Duane, 127, 247 Tucker, Georgia, 235 Turek, Mary, 235 Turley, Mary, 151, 219 Tyler, H. Bruce, 219 Tyson, Toni, 219 Uhler, Mary, 104, 159 Uhrich, Rebecca, 261 Uhrmacher, Arlyn, 14-O, 219 Ulrich, Jerry, 247, 262 Ummel, Dennis, 262 Umoren, Asuquo, 262 Underwood, Clifford, 71, 135 149, 168 Underwood, Janene, 109, 136, 235 Urban, Jerome, 235 Urban, Vincent, 128, 167 Utterback, Sara, 172, 262 Vanackeren, Gerald, 135, 235 Vananne, Daniel, 219 Vanarsdall, Wilda, 262 VanBoening, Lavila, 187, 235 VanCleave, Lyle, 219 VanCleave, Stephen, 128 VanCura, Larry, 235 Vanderbeek, Steven, 103, 128 Vandeventer, Donna, 172, 219 Vanek, Leroy, 162, 191, 235 VanHook, Pamela, 219 VanHorn, James, 127 Shiiiiet, Burnell, 99, 121, 234 Shivers, Constance, 104, 149, 188, 24-6 Shonka, Williaan, 69 Shovlain, Ruth, 103, 114, 156, 189, 246 Silas, Helen, 24-6 Silas, Linda, 216 Simanek, Thomas, 216 Simms, Lee, 246 Sims, Rita, 216 Sindt, Janice, 24-6 Siske, Ronald, 99, 121 Sixel, Pamela, 191, 246 Skibinski, Stephen, 162, 216 Slater, Linda, 216 Slingsby, Barbara, 216 Slingsby, Cecilia, 151, 186, 246 Slovenske, Jane, 117, 216 Smethers, Stephanie, 105, 216 Smidt, Carol, 216 279 YanPelt. Rodney. 219 Yan'Wyngsrdeii. 219 Yanfsriiii. Dan. 235 Yap. Joseph. 135 Yasey. Dani:-1.219 Yell. 1,5il.iI'lc'I1':'. 219 Yeedfr. Rex. 185 Vergal. lfduard. 263 - V - 1 .1 n - A A7 X etr-fr. 1-licliatl. 1-o. 195. ..6- Yian. Loren. 155. 219 Yiersen. Leonard 122 Yieselznej- er. Cheryl. 219 Y-ieselnxeyer. Glenn. 122 Yieselmeyer. Ronald. 235 Yogl. Ceorgellen, 185 Yokoun. Barbara. 116. 247. 262 Yokoun. Robert. 09. 71. 80. 121 Yolskis. Bl.1I'lll.i. 247 Yoorliees. Patricia. 115. 219 Voorhees. Richard. 135. 179 Yowers. Klerle. 235 Waddingron, Sheryl. 144. 235 Wade. Carole. 202 Wade. Dana. 247 Wladsworill. John, 2-1-7 Waggaman. John, 219 Wlaggoner. Richard. 243 Wagner. Connie. 235 Wagner. Craig. 219 Wagner. Lloy d. 128 Wahl. Jane. 98. 262 Wiait. Janet. 262 Walentine. Cynthia. 219 Walker, James. 262 Walker. Kathie. 11-1 Walker. Keith. 235 Walker. Patti. 2-1-8 Wall. Richard. 121. 262 Wallace. Patricia. 197. 235 Walsh. Bei erly. 262 Walter. Richard. 190 Walters. Karen. 219 Waltke. Jean. 187. 219 Ward. Dennis. 219 Wardlow. Lllen. 121. 262 Wareham. Linda. 219 Warren. Cheryl. 115. 219 Waskowiak. Arlene. 235 Wasson. Donita. 262 Watts. Jenelle. 262 Waugh. Holland. 248 Wleaver. Carol, 230 Wear er. George, 220 'Webb. Florence. 176. 235 Wlebb. Marvin. 121. 235 Weber. Marilyn. 235 Weddel. James. 262 Weekly. William. 90. 95 Weeks. Linda. 114 Weltmeyer. Cary. 262 W'eidner. Carleen, 153. 220 Wleis, Vickie. 219 Welch. Pamela. 235 Welch. Ronda. 108. 194 W'elln1an, It an. 220 Wellman. Kathleen. 188, 24-8 Wells. Donald. 66. 69 Wells, Gaylene. 109, 174 Wells, Richard. 182 Wells. Vicki, 220 Wemlloff. Cordon, 235 Wendland. William, 135 Wendt, Linda, 220 Wenzl. Patrick. 103. 128 Werner. Janet. 197, 235 Werner, Perry. 220 Wescott. Carol. 194 Weskamp. Carolyn, 2,20 West. Galy. 220 West. Mary, 220 West. Robert. 82 Westergren, Connie. 194, 235 Wetjen. Robert, 69. 71, 128 Wettlaufer, Cary. 162 Wheeler. Neil, 220 Wheeler. Roger. 248 Whetstone. Michael, 132 Whitcomb. Carol. 115. 220 A! . 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Joan, 220 Wilson, Loretta, 221 Wilson Pamela. 220 Wilson, Teresa, 220 . X Winholtz. Cheryl, 221 Winter, Karen, 248 Wisdom, Linda, 104 Wisdom, Thomas. 97, 122 Wiseman, Neil, 263 Wit, Erik, 90 Witten. Jean, 221 Wobig. Mary, 236 Wohleb, Sheila, 236 Wojtalewicz. Lawrence, 221 Wojtalewicz, Richard, 221 Wolfe, Dell, 221 Wolfe, Jack 16, 128, 168, 195 Wondra, Mary, 221 Wood. Annis, 221 Wood. Donald, 179 Wood, Gerald. 236 Wood, Kelly, 128, 236 Wood, Leilonnie, 178, 236 Wood, Richard. 122 Wood, Sharon. 155. 248 Woods. Marilyn, 236 Woodward. Jacquelyn, 256 Woodward, James, 144, 236 Woollen. Wanda, 221 Woolsey, Gloria. 236 Worden, Melvin, 263 Wortman, Terrance, 155 Wrenfrow. Dorothy, 221 Wright, Donna, 108, 158, 236 Wright, Cary. 263 Wright. 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