University of Northern Colorado - Cache La Poudre Yearbook (Greeley, CO)

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JOAN, 'MX 6Ll'lCOC J0hl1 W- l"lUl1C0Ck . . . Known to most of us as dean of football coaches in the Rocky Mountain area . . . Athletic director and coach of wrestling and track . . . Educated at State University of lowa,-Colo- rado State College of Education and University of Southern California . . . His 22 years as C-State grid coach produced six Rocky Mountain Conference Cham- pions . . . His great coaching will always remain here . . . Previous to his resignation this fall, he was head football coach since l932 . . . Phi Delta Kappan . . . Fishing and hunting are favorite pastimes. 3 x ss K -123 ws ,m 5 Y , if sm, Aff L, 411 Q X , , 5. yy 2 "WV 1 LA. fm 5 5 325 X1 , -' wt . .. L, - nf t xfgijgzk ',a2MEa:f- 3 Q 5 Q 14'g,.f ' 03,334 .1 QNX' swjg' Q E95-lgrfgfgzg. i Wg gd j 11 X if 5 1 3 ally if ,Hi 3 lf 'Qi ,K if 3 Xawgih 2.-N , , ,Y X11 ff , 4 Wx., 6 M5 .. ,ff 1 W, I . 2 W . Q -Ln. 5 my ww., 4-W an 1 M2 lf dy , Y MAA - 315, Q ,gh y ,r ,- , 5 .K gr. 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Been through every step of edu- cation . . . taught all levels . . . coached . . . was a superintendent . . . president of a junior college . . . Hobbies are a nationally known rock collection . . . raising purebred Hereford cattle . . . ls a member of Newcomer Society of England, Westerners, Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Ninety-six Club, Sigma Chi Fraternity . . . Became President of CSCE January, l948 . . . known as one of the foremast educators in the United States. ll IL X-X A A i 0 0 0 1: 1:1 1 1 LDP. mmm Q Il mn. .X4I"l'l'Lel'lfl"0lfl,f n n 64515 D minififrafion r. Jack Shaw irector of Student Personnel ,401 - , D I Q B Margaret Lahey, A.M. Deon of Women Dr. Allan Elliott Deon of Men rson, A.M. f Student Affairs m Hartman D t f Publications .fdclminidfrafion U L ELS I N U U u Qin E Q ' 'K Q .-.. V W 5. Carson, Roy M. Coon, Dean HCl'9l'0Ve. Ralph E- Johnston, Ralph E. Knies. W- l-- Registrar Publications Director of Housing Publication Bookstore ' Parson, H. Merle Read, G. 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Ph.D. Arts Arts Education Education Elliott, Allan, Education Heimerl, Raymond, Hillwoy, Tyrus, Ph.D. Education Education , -1 , , M ,, - i" " ii ii.. - -- H 5 . . : -. ,X W ,A ls .-. 5 as mf .wgi " xxxtss -to :K ,pimms K ESM .tmrgx use iam M, mm -H-HE 'Q umm XABHE my M ' if-A - W Fulbright, John, A.M. Gates, Samuel, Education Education Lehr, Elizabeth, A.M. Y in Graybeal, Lyman, Harkness, Marjorie, Ed.D. A.M. Education Education Education ',Tdf5 Qis Ph.D. Jensen, Herbert, Ed.D. McC0wen, Annie. MCI-Gm, Education Php- Edn- Education Education B was ,XYEMK B: wgmmwl E H xm.mQ ?m. . U51 gm g Zeng? EW S Um A ss E ii Q E ss -.tg mix E will 5i nc E . w m an E EEZ 152: Pi E es its n Home ,E ligne an m ss me wt ss Morrison, Gaylord, Nil1el11iI'eS, H0W0fd, Porter' Margaret' Reitze, Alberta, M.S. Sanderson, George, Ed.D. A.M. A-Mg Education A M Education Education ECIUCOTIOU Education m ss as E., s 21- in t is we J is wxwmanf R0l0l1d, Willis,-D0fiS, M.S. Turner, Floss, A.M. Cave, Jean. A.M. Cyphers, Vincent A., ' ' EdUC0f'0n Education Health and P.E. . A.M. EdUCC"'0n Health and P.E. t ai W I M 2, 1 . +1 .3 .- , t iDoube"'m'e" Jule S" EVe"ell'f M0"90l'el' E-I Hancock, John, A.M. Lqfhqm, Jessie, A,M, Maria-Rossi,Anthony, A.M. A.M. Health and Health and Health Gl'1Cl Health Gnd He2fm.Gnd P E Faculty Small Ella M. A.M. Steffy, Doris, A.M. Ahlberg, Verne, A.M. Burnam, Thomas B., Candelaria, Martin, Healtllm and P.E. Health and P.E. Humanities Ph-D. 54-D- Humanities Humanities DGBOGITRGY, Ed.D. Frease, Forrest W., Langworthy, Helen, Lindou, Leslie Dae, Meyer, Florence Humanities Ph.D. Ph.D. A.M. Humanities Humanities Humanities Humanities AM it ww AM CUYIIGY, Elildbefli, Gibert, Cdfhefinef Nardin, James T., Toussaint, Sylvester Zahnen, Helene, A.M. A.M. A.M. Ph.D. R., Ph.D. Humanities Humanities Humanities Humanities Humanities e x,, 1514 ic i'?f sissy Q, K .i 1 .1 war new i , ' Creswell, Jean Minkel, Clarence Reiff, Guy G. Shoemaker, Joseph L. Stricklan, Doris Laboratory School Laboratory School Laboratory School Laboratory School Laboratory School Archer, Helen Bogan, Irene, B.S. Gates, Catherine, Gobble, Richard L., Williams, Florence M., Laboratory School Library Staff A.M. A.M. A.M. Library Staff Library Staff Staff Chadwick, John E., Dykins, Dale, G I' k, D ,, M ' G' b I H T., mn. M.Mus. "ifi'.'2i..s."" 662151 """" "li..'Sf3. my Music Music Music Music Music I9 'ii' mwiummr'-r"' imte-mn"WM'4mNf nwu i : , n r.rImm G00dbl'0Cl, RUPeff1M-1 l'lUl'Cl'lel'S0l'I, Riffl, King, Ralph R., Ed.D.. Melander, Carl, Walker, Wayman E., AgM- A-M- Music M.Mus. M.Mus. Music Music Music Music Hoydar, Edna, Glidden, Harley F., l-larrah. EIN C-1 Mginet, Arthur D., Neal, Louise, A.M. M.Mus. Ph.D. Ph.D. Ph.D. Science Music Science Science Science Sell-,ei-9 Edifh M Zehna, Peter W., Christensen, Harald, Pogue, Pauline C., Reynolds, Al'l'l1Ul', A M' " A.M. Ph.D. A.M. v rung 1 Scieilicef Science Social Science Social Science S0C'0l Clence .f Schmidt, Lester F., Turner, Glen C., Welling, John S., West, Lee R., A.M. Zimmerman, Arthur A.M. M.B.A. Ed.D. Social Science Ph.D. h Social Science Social Science Social Science Social Science. i Dr. DKenneth F. Perry Lt. Colonel Evan M. McColl S Dr. Earle U. Rugg ' ' ' ' ' Education Division Chairman, Arts Division Chairman, Air Science and Tacties Chairman, Dr. L. C. Butler Dr. Forrest W. Frease Chairman, Health and P.E. Division Chairman, Humanities Division Dr Donald Decker Dr. Leslie D. Zeleny Dr. E. E. Mohr . 1 ' . 1 Chairman. Music Division Chairman, Science Division Chairman, Social Studies Division i 1 x , A i 5' ! E B Beckler, Wallie Tau Kappa Epsilon, social chairman: Treasurer Fresh- man Class, l: King Fresh- man Ball, I: lnter-Fratern- ity Council, Vice-Pres., 3: President Jr. Class, 3: Vars- ity Football, I, 2: Assembly Committee, 3: Homecom- ing Committee, 2, 3: Stu- dent Council, 3. Who's Who Butler, Marilyn Alpha Psi Omega, Presi- dent, 3: Theatre Board, Chairman, 3: Pi Lambda Theta, 3: Spur, Vice-Presi- dent, Z: Outstanding Soph- o m o r e , 2: Panhellenic Scholarship, I: One of Ten Outstanding Women chosen by Pi Lambda Theta, I, 2: Student Activities Commit- tee, 2: Little Theatre of the Rockies, I, 2, 3: Pi KUPPU Sigma, I, 2: Corresponding Editor, 3. Chandler, Sue Women's Residence Hall Council, I: Associated Women Students Council, l: Treasurer of Junior Class, 3: Blue Key Sweetheart Ball Attendant, 3: President, Pi Kappa Sigma, 4: A.W.S. Award, 3: Student Activi- ties Committee, 2, 3: Alpha Delta, 4: College Recruit-A ment Committee, 4: Who's Who, 3. Chung, Juliette Hawaiian Club, I, 2, 31 47 Spurs, 2: Alpha Sigma Al- phq, 'l, Z, 3: Lambda Sig- ma Tau, 3: A.W.S. Coun- gil, 2, 3: Representotive-at- Lqrge, 3: Junior Class Treas- urer, 3: One of ten Out- standing Women chosen by Pi Lambda Theta, I, 2. Drommond, Jim Little Theatre of The Rock- ies, I, 2, 3, 4: Who's Who, 3, 4: Hellzabruin Director, 3: .Sophomore Class Presi- dent, 2: Assemblies Chair- man, 2: Alpha Psi Omega: Phi Epsilon Phi: Freshman Week Talent Show Direc- tor, 4: Homecoming Public- Gumeson, George Himes, Joseph Theta Xi: Phi Epsilon Phi, Sismu Phi EP5lI0'li DISUIIDU- il 2: Aciiyiiies Committee' tive Education Club: Inter- 3: yicbpresidenil Associ- collegiate Knights: Colvin ated Students, 3: Student Council. Club: Homecoming Com- mittee, 3: Student Activities Committee, 3: Junior Prom Committee, 3. Hostetler, Polly Alpha Sigma Alpha: Pi O m e g a Pi: Panhellenic Council, President, 4: Col- vin Club, 2, 3: Spur: Junior Class Secretary. ity Chairman, 4. Howard, Charles Jr. Student Council, 3, 4: Blue Key, 3, 4: Lambda Sigma Tau, 3, 4: Alpha Psi Omega, Phi 2, 3, 4, President, 3: Delta Kappa, 3, 4: Inter- Collegiate Knights, 2, 3: Theta Xi, I, 2, 3, 4: Cam- pus Chest Co-choirman, l: Little Theatre of The Rock- ies, I, 2, 3, 4: Chairman of Theatre Board, 3. Howard, Sylvia Estes Tau Beta Sigma, I, 2, 3, Treasurer, 2, President, 3: Al ha Si ma Tau I 2 3' P 9 1 1 1 1 Pi Lambda Theta, 3: Reg- ional Public Relations Of- ficer of NSA, 2: Local Chairman NSA, 3: Assem- bly Committee, 2: Calendar Committee, 2: Spur, 2: Delta Omicron, 3: Greeley Philharmonic, 2. Joh-nson, Dee Lynn Jeans and Janes, I: Men's Residence Hall Council, I: Phi Epsilon Phi, 2, 3: Kappa Kappa Psi, 3: Science Club S e c r e t a r y-Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4: Lambda Sigma Tau, 4: AFROTC Rifle Team, 2: AFROTC Best Cadet, 2: ln- tercollegiate Knights, 3: Muse Staff, 3: Kauffman, Harold Blue Key, 3, President, 4: Pi Kappa Delta, 3, Presi- dent, 4: Class President, 3: Student Council, 3: Cache La Poudre Editor, 2: Tau Kappa Epsilon, I, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Delta, 3, 4: Home- coming Chairman, 4: De- bate, 3, 4: Phi Delta Kappa, 3, 4: Phi Epsilon Phi, Z: Osbourn, Neil Pappas. Mike M6651 RiCl'l0l'd P- Morrison, Donna Kundert, Betty Fine Arts Club, President, 4: Delta Phi Delta, Secretary, 4: Secretary of Associated Students, 4: Pi Lambda The- ta, 3, 4: Blue Key Sweet- heart Attendant, 3: Stu- dent Activities Committee, 3: Publications Committee, 4: Orchesis, 2, 3, 4: Award of Honor, AWS, 3. Lau, Edna Pi Kappa Sigma, 2, 3, 4: Pi Lambda Theta, 3, 4: Spur, 2: Associated Students Vice-President, 4: Student Council, 4: Activities Com- mittee, 2: Swim Carnival, l, 2, 3, 4: Blue Key At- tendant, 2: Sophomore Class Secretary, 2: Pi Lambda Theta Outstanding Woman, l, 2: A.W.S. Award of Honor, 3: Delta Phi Delta, 3, 4: Fine Arts Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 3: Hawaiian Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 2. Lujan, Henry Blue Key, 3, 4: Intercolleg- iate Knights, 3: Theta Xi: Phi Delta Kappa, 3, 4: ln- ter-Fraternity Council, 4. Intercollegiate Knights, 2, 3, President, 3: Activities Committee, 3: Muse, Busi- ness Manager, 3: Theta Xi Rush Co-chairman, 3: Hay Halls, Dorm Intramural Manager, 3: Homecoming Committee, 3: Orientation Committee, Co-chairman Barbeque, 3: Track, 2: Christmas Ball Committee, 3. - 4 26 Alpha Sigma Alpha: Delta Omicron: Pi Lambda Theta: Spur: AWS, President, 4: Representative-at-large, 2: Freshman class secretary: Blue Key Queen, 3, Attend- ant, Z: Panhellenic Award for Freshmen Woman, l: Outstanding Frosh Woman, l: Outstanding Sophomore Girl, 2. Phi Epsilon Phi, 2: Tau Ka ppa Epsilon: Student Council, 3, 4: Orchesis, 2, 3: Speech Club, 2, 3, 4: Pi Kappa Delta: Senior Class P r e s i d e nt: Homecoming Committee, 4: Junior Prom Committee, 3. C-Club: Spanish Club: The- ta Xi, President, 4: Arnold Air Society, 3, 4: Basket- ball, 2, 3. Roop, Phyllis Activities Committee, 3: Pi ,Lambda Theta, 3, 4: Sigma Kappa: Representa- tive-at-Large, 3: Women's Residence Hall Council Treasurer, 2, President, 3: U NESCO Committee, 3. Ross, Margie PanHellenic Council, Treas- urer, 3: Pi Kappa Sigma: Spur, President, 2: Activi- ties Committee, 3, 4: An- nual Staff, l: Junior Prom Committee: Student Coun- cil Sandstedt, Lynn Tau Kappa Epilson, Presi- dent, 3: Alpha Delta, Pres- ident, 3, 4: Phi Epsilon Phi, Secretary, 2: Asst. Editor Cache La Poudre, 2: Editor Cache La Poudre, 3: Stu- dent Cauncil, 4: lnter-Fra- ternity Council, 2: Spanish Club, 2: Student Publica- tions Committee, Chair- man, 4: Administlative Pub- Iication, 4: Blue Key, 4. McKinney, Barbara Sigma Kappa: Tau Beta Sigma, President, 3: Omicron: Women's dence Hall Council: Alpha Delta: Greeley harmonic Orchestra: Annu Staff, 3, 4: One of Ten Ou standing Bandsmen, 2, 3. Delta Resi- Phil 1 I Who's Who Sample, Walter Student Council, 4: Campus Chest Co-Chairman: Elec- tions Chairman: Gymnas- tics, l, 2, 3, 4: C-Club: Re- ligious Council: Tri-Dorm Council: Baseball, l. S 1' u d e n 1' G o V 9 I' I1 IT1 9 I1 ll- 4 5 Q Y' tf--Q-mvL,,,,1-::,uyg-19-1ggQm.c1g,!,: ,z-,,,,,1,Qw4-:.Q nm:-mmms 1.vz..,awunn1ui.L V ,- ,- ,Q 11 f. U V ,X M --: . -1 xx W pwvMf-1-wmu-mu...M,1- COLORADO STATE COLLEGE of EDUCATION at GREELEY Associated Students :: Student Union Oice of Pruident I sincerely appreciate this opportunity to thank each member of the Student Body for the excellent cooperation I have received this past year. Without your efforts and help this year would not have been the success it was. Serving as president has been an experience that I shall always cherish. Best of luck to all of you in your future undertakings. Sine erely, Bob Wilseck President Associated Students Betty Kundert, secretary Edna Lalh Bob Wilseck, president Char Rankin, office secretary Keith Lance Alton Barbour Wallie Beckler Martha Brown Juliette Chung :,w:-wueE"5-'Qwkw y. we Q. -5rM'11'?i43elLL-M ffgiiil President Bob Wilseck Bob Frykholm George Gumeson Judy Hays Lynn Howe, To foster high ideals of con- duct .... To establish tradi- if cl C . tions .... To promote unity fu enf 0ll,l'lCl, and cooperation among the students .... To further the students' self-government. Charles Howard Sylvia Howard Betty Kundert Edna Lau Bernard Long Neil Osbourn Walt Sample Lynn Sandstedt Shirley wlnfefs w 29 is n wx The United States National Students Association .... An organization of college stu- dent bodies .... Through stu- needs of students on campus . . . . Clearing house of infor- Back row John Wirsing John Luby Earlynne Croissant Carolyn Keeler Barb Alsbaugh Peggy Greenwald Ruth Larson Pat Hein Nancy Childress Front row Dolores Croissant Chuck Gaul Rosemary Garramone Sylvia Howard Vivian Harker Janice Yuen Virginia Anderson dent gove mme.-is .... Help mation .... Directs leadership conference yearly .... .fdcfiuified ommiffee Bock row Angie Raicevich Dick Mees Karen Keeler Sue Chandler Keith Busey Barb Alsbaugh Shirley Aiken Donni Morrison Front row Ed Saxe Darlene Gabel Charlene Rankin Chuck Gaul Edna Lau, chairman Lee Conroy Judy Hays Carolyn Keeler - 9 P u b I I C 8 'r I 0 I n S 3:1 THE MIRRUII 'An authentic unbiased reflec- tion or the aims, ideals and policies of Colorado State College of Educa- tion Students? Published each Friday by the Associated Students -of OSCE. Phone 2000 Extcneion.26 Office-101 Student Unlon Building Editor-Bob Hunt Business Manager-Dick Arnold Associate Editor--Bill Pollock Society Editor-Judy Hays Sports Editors - Rdlph Webb and Jim Bolin. Exchange Editor - Marty Greenwood Q Staff! Ed Saxe, Betty 0'0onnor, Chuck, Gaul, Betty Lucero, Della Lucero. The MIRROR reserves the right to edit or rewrite all copy solicited or unsolicited. 'Entered ah second-class matter at the postottiee at Greeley, Colo., undef the set ot CODBTOII of March 3, 1879. hony Peligrino - Edit I Barbara McKinney CULCAQ 9661, WOMCJFQ Becky Rom Mafilyll Benke Lee Pollarf Anthony Peligrino Barbara McKinney Jack Gray - - - Becky Rombach - Norman Delventhal Ida Graham - Lee Pollart - Marilyn Benke - Laura Nakatsuji - Carol Bechtold - - Carol Bechtold Leo Delventhal ------Editor Social Organizations Editor - - Business Manager - Assistant Social Editor - - - Make-up Editor Black Window Chairman - - - - - - Typist Index Editor - Layout Editor - - - 'Class Editor - Organizations Editor - - Faculty Editor Jack Gray Laura Nakatsuji Ida Graham Irene Chinn Back row: Emery Trosper, Jack Brady, Hugh Ravatt, Bill Peables, Della Kuys. Second row: Sylvia Gilman, Arva Mae Morris, Virginia Falladari, Arlene Childress, Jackie Bus- bee, Paula Gourloy. Front row: Becky Rombach, Al Toth, Greta Ching, Dick Mees. New campus magazine . . Replaces FULCRUM .... Short Stories .... Cartoons . . . . Jokes- . . . .Anecdotes . . . . Photos . . . . Messages of greeting from prominent personalities. 36 lftrie J I 1 H X: Ei rg I X F? ?E E BF? 5. 5, A E2 .951 2? 33 Q f. iz S S S W mm., What's going on here? Showing off their strength glf'Q5Alfl'l8I'l The largest freshman class in the history of CSCE . . . Got their first look at college life . . . Welcoming assembly . . . Banquets in Cross and Tobey- Kendall Halls . . . Matricula- tion tests . . . Frosh mixer . . . Picnic . . . Dances . . . "But- ton Frosh" was heard all over campus . . . Those who didn't respond suffered the conse- quences at "Kangaroo Court" . . . Freshman assembly well done. Eating picnic style Arrived at last V Well. hot dog! Books and more books ' i I - What's going on here? W v 1 1 3 3 1 fe' Q 1 J v w wha! darling beanies! i Down on your knees I Is it really that funny? 1 X S l Dive in N S lsn't this fun? .S70l0A0l'I'l0l"2 The Queen and her attendants Ascending to the throne Is il' really wurth all lhis work? Well' maybe so- F 1 - - ' ' 'V ' - ' '- - A 1 - Nzielm. Eli .... .. mvm '13 . - l u i ai I -I 'HZ Miss Daisy M02 ache awLin:5 ance Alpha Sigs can well be proud of this dance . . . Gala climax for the Campus Chest drive . . . Gals go manhunting . . . Proceeds went to Campus Chest . . . Prizes contributed by Greeley merchants were given away . . . Music ala patch style by Ray Leach. Too much cider for Gabby He Maw I fold you I d win In the ballroom too ,.f, A N ., " ga-yq5wf'Ag:Q 'ass--ww-Q!-1+ RX - ' 4 ,A 1 -fliffffif NT, """ ,.,iQ, 1 +4L.::g':':f:..:1i'4 N .v-. , .. .ix ,fll -my 0-f ,iw 'Y ui? 2? Q :ff 5 ' ' fv . Mx ' -v ,319 WE? Q n an Honored Alums omecoming Once again the alums renewed golden memories . . . Festivities started off with a barbecue dinner . . . Rally and snake dance . . . Hellzabruin . . . House and Float decor- ations followed o theme of Hit Parade . . . Queen Georgia Smaldone reigned over all fes- tivities . . . Mrs. Janet J. Grauberger and Mr. Harold H. Threlkeld were the honored alum- ni . . . Recognized for their outstanding work . . . Saturday . . . the big day . . . parade was bigger and better . . . All gathered on Jack- son Field for the game with Colorado College . . . As a finale, all gathered in Gunter Hall and danced to the music of Freddy Martin. 44 Dancing to the danceable music af Freddy Martin .M zadruin Presenting then CSC'ers Don'l' forget to smile and be at ease Lonne adds her grucefulness The cast under the direction of Bob Anderson M.N.,m,.' My u,.w -' A-mm-:V f,ag.4f,xxz- ,,,f - " H xg wpn-,, in Manu. .Quang-u-v . an-n-uw Z i as Q w s oude ecorafiorw Gordon Hall .... First' place .... Dorms. Off campus winner .... 1516 10th Avenue. Hadden Hall .... Second place. Tobey-Kendal oufie ecorafiond Hall. F' IP' -Alph 5'g Alph Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . Second place ,, , , X ,, ,mvW,i,m., ..... A omecoming 48 lgaracfe Tau Kappa Epsilon .... First place .... Beauty division. Sophomore class .... First place .... Novelty division pi Kappa Sigma .lln second place -'.' Novelty. Sigma Sigma Sigma .... Second place .... Beauty i sd 5 21 Warcling guna! "Moulin Rouge." i 2 E 5 4 5 'i If E Marching band .... The finest. E Spurs Half time .... Performance. I i 1 3 i E 3 J 5 ? 5 + E . F wa' ff! , Q La, i. 1 .3 w , 1 1 gh. ff 3"Z'i, .Sita .. L-,, K QTY . gl' 53.1, M1 f"Q A Y ,n , . i 2 vi s wa W iv Av 4 X new 1.-4, if Y 'Q rs 1 s , . . 2. ' 4,4 , , ,S in .li 5Qgf,f,m Pffgigw ff iamkxf H' Ly Q' ,f-fir ' 4 42 fliyftz E 'iii f 4' L 5 at 352, 'ima ? xu A si, - 2 'E+ if 4 i :M " if 122: Q34 Hg 'f' - .lfii A 2 ' 'Kev , A ,ff ' , 2 , - .f N- , 3,115 - R, A' f .:,: :: T 115 ' If K5 fx , 215531 , , iw' 2 ,. fax! EM' ,3- HU .4 .4-Q 4 .z. -fx K Q 1 Q 'J' tgg 'A' 1 'igi F . A Real Beauties. Knight of Knights-Spur ot the Moment CQ garniua Student U n i o n Ballroom scene of the annual Intercol- legiate Knight's Carnival . . . Western theme . . . Booths from all organizations . . . AI- pha Psi Omega's "Western Onion" selected winner . . . Wallie Beckler, the "Ugly Man" . . . Sponsored by the Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority . . . Carolyn Keeler, "Spur of the Moment" . . . Charles Gaul, "Knight of all Knights". Doesn't anyone want to play bingo? They've changed someh - wimming arniua C'mon you two . AIton's up and away. Let's follow the music, gals. "Circus Time" . . . Theme ef- fectively carried out . . . Crowds packed Gunter Hall on tour consecutive evenings . . . Students worked hard to make it a big success . . . Clever cos- tume designs . . . Girls, girls, girls. Check those crazy birds. 52 2 wcmmzng arniua On your mark . . . Get set . . . Jump! Now do all of you understand? Men from the Outer Space . . . Maybe the pool is dry And round and round we go. 53 Phil Rupp sings ll"s not very good on the. furniture Ckridfmaa The big night! HUn9i'19 file greens f',,JNlf'1' .W - -Sf PM 3 m A-wmnuusmw M: WW.w,..,-.mx .. ..f.,M-,.M,m-,W--,,. ,..,,,,W-M.,.,,W,-- .-........,,, 'NM ---v----- - H -f - "Fantasy in Frost" . . . First semi-formal dance of the new quarter . . . Decorations give illusion of a frosty wonderland . . . Sparkling snowflakes on the walls .. . . Abstract frosted trees . . . Music furnished by Dick Baker and his Quintette . . . Jo Stewart reigned queen of the dance . . . After the dance the girls and their dates were invited to the dorm for refreshments . . . A two o'clock night. 55 Second place Pi Kappa Sigma. The new Bru. Alpha Tau UN. First place Tau Kappa Epsilon. orenfiic gamers Theme, "Headlines 2000 A.D." . . . Sigma Kappa's and TEKE's again two time winners . . . Greek-letter and ISA organizations com- peted for the Howard Weiss trophy . . . Pi Kaps and Sig Eps come in second . . . Skits presented in Frasier Hall . . . Sponsored by Pi Kappa Delta . . . Hilarious and serious scenes pleased the crowd. 56 First place Sigma Kappa. Second place Sigma Phi Epsilon Intermission music. orendic jgofgeri Chuck collects for the Tekes. Tin can alley Kite .J eg .S7LU28tAe6tI"t The Junior class takes the spotlight . . . Queen Donni and Queen Juliette Chung . Wally' George, and Digk , , , 58 Refreshments during the intermission . . . Pink perfume . . . pink champagne . . . pink elephants! Frosh King and Queen "Painting the Town Pink" egl"26Al'l'L8l'l Pink elephants at Frosh Ball . . . Music fur- nished by Will Stokes and his Chicagoland Or- chestra . . . Crowning of Don Stearn as King and Carol Williams as Queen highlighted the evening . . . The Frosh's choice for '54 . . . Large turnout for decorations before the dance . . . Well worth the efforts. '59 ei ance Sponsored by the Hawaiian Club on campus .... The highlight of the year in in- formal dances .... Flowers from the Islands .... Leis for everyone .... Aloha shirts . . . . Terrific intermission en- tertainment .... Educational Hawaiian display .... Reigned by lovely Betty Santos. Ong 3815! They're all prepared to win Wah gto th bg Social Sororities and Fraterni- ties .... Join voices in pre- senting the All-Greek Song Fest .... Winning sorority and fraternity awarded a traveling cup Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority and Tau Kappa Epsl lon fraternity Termlnates long hours of vocal strain Aw rdot Mo e w its g this d unior rom Came in seven colors .... "Fiesta" .... Twin orchestras blending siesta music .... Gunter Hall beautifully deco- rated .... Blue Key members share spotlight .... Donna Jackson crowned queen of the Prom .... Excited and sur- prised. nfiignia ag Dick Porter receives the Outstanding Athlete award Insignia Day . graduation activities . . . a day of recognition of deserving students for service to CSCE . . . conferring of the colors to the seniors. Bob receiving the gavel from Marv Cinnqmgn "Ah well I remember" agea ionic D Q Dotty and Hoot-Hot dog! Eqgy nov, ip, haf More Wieners for the bears Under the arch she goes Congratulations! Please, this is serious At Attention Senior Women's Circle The last walk foge!her Graduation at las? Qfacluafion N A WW nr A 4. Q Q 9 e - r0'?Y 9' D 'N '4 +1 Ax' ,Vi I' x 2 2. 4 'YE ,wg-'x 4 9 rw., "wi 'Zi' ., K 1' 4, SFX V ik 1.4 Q' 2142 z -'-- if ,Ji 5- . 'f VHA 4, -fl 5. 5 J' x 4, i . 1 N-'f . inn-5 ., . r ,A if 1 , Q if fxlf if .F Q , f ' - ,Q . W .fx . , f M," If ' ff. , 'sig N9 -v ww", 1. rfxi, S af" Q 1 V 34. XA 'I 1 55 Rag, ff is 4 iris if ' sq fp X K I ,Q 41 . xx, ,, Ka K' Q A- K, :P i X Q ,I ,,f - Q n YA V sw' V V 4 nil . -A Q Q . W1 fs N, ,gy 9 . r ' lg J' affix, .Wi Lf ,. , r. , 5 i Y . , w 'A v r 'K 5 A 4 Wzi 3, , N X ,M QW A 3 -A, , A nv 5: Q -. V 2 V ,.f ...,, ,gf 'X i P ' 9 wwf YQ If W .7 V 1-Y X 554 VV ,Eff-N' A A J ,V J 5 I 5 Jerry Tammany, Photographer May anim Jerry Tammany, Photographer 0l'll'lCl JCICLJOIT, .gzirig wnferd hotographer Jerry Tammany, Photographer Meng CAM, georgia .sjmafclone hotograph Jerry Tammany, Photographer if S 5 4 I .N Q af 21 V .Q 5 5 2 Ez 5 as 55 .J in sf' 3 6 2 Z Caro! iamri Jerry Tammany, Photdgrapher Janne .jvlayed "POINT OF NO RETURN" ibecbcafion lzrkrmance THE THEATER FRASIER HALL January I4-l 5-16, I 954 Presented by .742 QZQHA jAeafre of fAe Helier! Colorado State College E of Education ' Greeley THE LITTLE THEATRE OF THE ROCKIES presents POINT OF NO RETURN A Drama by Paul Osborn Based on the Novel by John P. Marquand Under the direction of Helen Longworfhy with Welby Wolfe, Technical Director THE CAST lin order of their first appearancel EVELYN GRAY - - NANCY GRAY - BILL GRAY - - CHARLES GRAY - - JOE ---,, FIRST TELLER - - FIRST CLERK - - SECOND TELLER - - SECOND CLERK - MISS MARBLE - - MISS DINGLE - - ROGER BLAKESLEY ANTHONY BURTON MALCOLM BRYANT JACKIE MASON - - CONDUCTOR- - - J ESSICA LOVELL - LAURENCE LOVELL - JOHN GRAY - - ESTHER GRAY - - TAILOR e A - MRS. BURTON - MAID ---- - - Lindo Taylor - Marilyn Butler - Thomas Lofgren - Francis Farley - Walter Conley - Curtis Lundberg - Karl Wanous - Arthur White - - Alfred Toth Martha Greenwood - Dorothy Deicken - Charles Howard - William Sturdy - Jim Drommond - Everett Ducker - Joseph Frielinger - Phyllis Lundberg Eugene Frankenbery - Robert Anderson Lynette Schleicher - - Charles Gaul Virginia Robinson - Darlene Gabel The setting was designed by Welby Wolfe THE LITTLE THEATRE OF THE ROCKIES Affairs of State LOUIS VERNEUIL Under the direction of Helen Langworthy with Welby Wolfe, Technical Director THE CAST IRENE ELLIOT - - ----- - .Sidney Derington- CONSTANCE RUSSELL - - Virginia Robinson PHILIP RUSSELL - - - Robert Anderson GEORGE HENDERSON - - - Robert Antrim BYRON WINKLER - - - Alfred Toth LAWRENCE - - - - - - Arthur White UNDERSTUDY --------- Eleanor Hensley The setting was designed by Welby Wolfe THE LITTLE THEATRE OF THE ROCKIES presents Another Part of the by LILLIAN I-IELLMAN Forest Under the direction of Helen Langworthy THE CAST lin order of their first appearance? REGINA JOHN - LAVINIA - CORALEE- - - MARCUS - - BEN - SIMON - JAKE - OSCAR - BIRDIE - - - PENNIMAN - - JUGGER- LAURE'l'l'E - - Marilyn Butler - Burtt Harris - - Ellen Stock Martha Greenwood Robert Anderson - Jim Drommond - Charles Gaul - Jon Stultz - Allan Black Beverly Williams Joseph Freilinger - James Edgett - Alice Lorenzen CoLoRAno STATE CoLLEcE or EDUCATION DIVISION OF MUSIC presents T 126 Gomer! Bama' WAYMAN E. WALKER, Director JAMES E. MILLER, Soloist Thursday, January 28, 1954 8:00 p.m. The Theater in Frasier Hall PROGRAM IN TERMISSION Jesu, JOY Of M3113 Desirins ---------- --------------- B wh First Suite in Eb for Band ..................... ........ H olst Toulon Overture ...............,....... ................. P ares Chaconne Concerto in Eb Major ................................ Strauss-Moore Intermezzo for French Horn and Band March JAMES E. MILLER, soloist . , , Bible Stories Suite Moore Russian Christmas Muslc ............................. ........ R eed David and Goliath Lullaby for Baby Moses Parade Into the Ark The Girl With the F laxen Hair ....... Athletic Festival March ................ Carol of the Little Russian Children Antiphonal Chant Village Song Debuss Cathedral Scene Erokofiefi The Black Horse Troop March ...... ....... S ousa 79 Colorado State College of Education Opefza quilt? presents ix Y ,. f -1 L,. 1 in -.IIS 43 A' 'J ivvw QloS50'M BLOSSOM TIME Books and Lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly lfrom the Original by A. M. Willner and H. Bertei Music by Sigmund Romberg Produced and Directed by Claude Schmitz .Musical Direction by Dr. Henry Ginsburg Settings and Lighting by Welby Wolfe Choreography by Frances Dougherty Chorus under direction of Dr. E. E. Mohr KURRELWEISER - VOGEL ---- VON SCHWINO- - FLOWER GIRL - - BELLABRUNA - - COUNT SCHARNTOEF ERANZ SCHUBERT - MWZIKRANZ- - FRITZI KRANZ - Kltzi KRANZ - - ROBERT ERKMANN - CARL BINDER - - WAITER - - - MR. KRANZ- - - BARON SOHOBER- - ROS: .-.-- MRS. KRANZ - GRETA - - - NOVOTNY .... MRS. COBURG- - - THE CAST lln Order of Appearancel Dwight Phelps - Harold Young - Paul Scironka Carol Vavrina Laura Corn John Buckner Ed Canterbury - Jean Garber - Betty Newcomb - Phyllis Lash - Lloyd Griffith - Robert Dinkel - Daniel Motis - Louis Montano - - - Tom East - Audrey Bachrnan - - Lillian Linn - Alice Romer - - - - - - - - - - - DarreIlRainS - - - - - - - - - - WandaVosberg Alternotes: Arlene Childress, Donald Shores, Billy Goff. Promptert Arlene Childress By Arrangement with CENTURY LIBRARY INC., 234 W. 44th St. New York l8, New York Costumes by Colorado Costume Company ENSEMBLE SOPRANO - - - Janice Balenseifen, Janet Bovee, June Garnett, Mary Hanson, JoAnn Hickman, Lois Jenson, Muriel Nelson, LaNae Otteson ALTO - - ----- Doris Allan, Lucile Emrich, Ruth Epler, Julie Hoffmeister, Lillian Koneman, Donna Morrison, Frankie Lee Senor, Mary Ann Wendt TENOR - - - Gordon Baersma, Walter Boge, John Brown, James Eddy, Bob Frykholm, BASS ------. Ed Green, Vic Lotrich, Warren Martin, Jack Varro '- Kent Brandebery, Jerry Craig, Dan Giullian, Dick Jacobs, Kent Northup, Lloyd Sheets, Ed Tower, Dave Wilson J 82 V W! 3036 If U of W w , v9': 'L X Nw ,fb , if -' , . wmx 85 Beverly Weber Neil Osborn Mary Ann Donelan Bob Allison Shirley Mille' Dick Platt Doris Snyder CAQQPLCL JBPJ The spirit and enthusiasm of the Bears were under the able guidance of the cheer- leaders wearing purple and gold uniforms, both the boys and girls should be commended for the iob well done. 4 Foolb l c00Cl" -l' Hancock Frakes. Hoy. Glldrd Porter, Dick, Quarterback Gose, Phil, Guard Front row, left - right: McGuire J., Farnham G., Hay D., Cazand B., Manioolh B., Porter D., Colgate J., Swartz E., Falch D., Adams J., Herron B., Sabell F. Back row, left - right: Roper B., Nordell W., Schultz R., Frakes F. 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The Bears now spot a 6-4 conference record for the year and falls behind second place Montana State, who has a 8-2 record, and champions, Idaho State with a 9-l. Back Row Coach Butler George Sage Earl Carver Stuart Schroeder Galen Bowles Keith Edwards Val Tackowiak Earl Sandstedt Douglas Campbell Front Row Bob Mantooth Paul Lamat Don Wierzba Jim Schaefer Don Doolin Don Williams ' ' ww ' Don Doolin fakes the Mi'ner's. George Sage fights for the ball. Earl Sandstedt Doug Campbell Bob Muntooth SCE SCE 49 SCE 69 ZSCE 55 SCE 64 SCE 49 SCE 50 ECE 79 SCE 66 SCE 53 SCE 67 SCE 69 SCE 68 SCE 59 SCE 55 SCE 56 SCE 60 SCE 54 SCE 67 SCE 67 SCE 57 Denotes BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 73 University at Denver - Central Bankers INILJ Ent AFB ---- Colorado ACrM - - University of Omaha - Lawrence Tech - - Alumni ---- Warren Airbase - - 'iCoIorado Mines - - University of Wyoming mColarado College - :kMontana State - - i'Montana State - University of Denver - '::Colorado Mines - - Central Bankers CNILJ iildaho State - - - 'zildaho State - - - Warren Airbase - Western State - - Western State - - - Rocky Mountain Confer --ss --se -44 -16 -sz -53 -41 -15 --51 --12 --eo -61 -11 -51 -ss --so -ss -11 -15 --sz --ss el1Ce eith Edwards, high scorer with 270 points, veraging l2.85. aul Lamat, 235 points, averaging lO.68. alen Bowles, 201 points, averaging 8.73. 95 Keith Edwards and Sandstedt attempt a black. Don Doolin George Sage Galen Bowles Keith Edwards receives a rebound from the Cowboys. George Sage shoots against the Bengals. The Bears make their TV debut in Denver. Doolin goes after a Banker. 96 i l 4 I 3 5 Q 2 K Wrestling Coach John Hancock's Colorado State wres- tlers made a clean sweep, first time in history, in winning the Rocky Mountain Conference title for the 18th consecutive time. The Bears scored 53 points, Western State, 235 Mines, 195 and Montana State 16. Four ofthe Bears' 1954 champions were former RMC titlists. Two others, Ted Castaneda, 130, and Bob Roper, 167, are freshmen. The two capped state high school mat championships for Colorado Springs last year. Ken Greenhalge, 157, also won his first conference champion- Back Row ship, as did Jack Martin, 137. Hoy Frakes chalked up his third conference title by taking Bob Foster of Western State, 4-2. Frakes had a take-down with a leg pickup in the second period and reversed in the third for his margin. Frakes was 177-pound champ last year, and heavyweight titlist in 1952. Ken Greenhalge Front ROW Bob Rope.. Frank Brown Coach Hancock Ben Bfonsfeln Hoy Frakes Ted Castaneda Al Gentsch Jack Martin Front row: A. Sandoval, V. Torrez, F. Brown, B. Roberts, P. Tompkins, G. Shepherd, K. Greenhalge, T. Castaneda, D. Bakken, G. Shupe, 1 B. K ' . . . Backolivll: K. Schaefer, B. Roper, D, Logenson, I. Kelly, V. Blackwell, A. Gentsch, W. Callahan, B. Sandberg, B. Phillips, P. Cason, Coach Hancock. 98 Champions RMC Ma'r 99 RMC Champs Wreslling 123-Brown CCSP pinned Howard QWSJ 5:59. 130-Castaneda ICS? dec. Brat-ton KWSJ I0-3. 137-Martin ICS? dec. Ratliff lMinesl 9-3. 147-Bronstein lCSJ dec. Palette IMS? 4-0. l57-Greenhalge CCSP dec. Redfield QMS? 6-2. l67-Roper KCSJ dec. Fields KWSJ 7-3. I77-Gentsch KCSJ pinned Coats lMines7 2:56. Heavyweight-F r a k e s KCSJ dec. Foster KWSJ 4-2. Wrestling CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE Kansas State - Nebraska U - DenverU- - South Dakota Colorado U - Western State Colorado Mines Colorado A G' M Wyoming U - Denver U - - Coach Tony Rossi CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE Denver University - Colorado A 8' M - Denver University - Nebraska University Colorado A 8' M - Colorado University Invitational tournament at Lincoln. Nebraska 1705 Colorado TIM: We Colorado State 45: Kansas State 31. Coach Rossi John Alles Dale Schropp, Walt Sample, Neil Crown, Tilman Bishop, Gordon Rudel Alton Bar r Rod Chance Bill Holmes, Harry Eheling. Gymnastics 35 V2 34V2 39 68 44 46 stern Illinois State SSWQ IO2 ws .5 Q 'rfligg Q. 9 ef: N , Wu i W A My-V. ,AU w E .fy any if M Front row: Dick Walby Guy Abromo Ed Abbott Tom Aubrun Bob Guthman Harry Ebbeling C-State tankmen toppled four conference records and a combined team and pool record in winning the Rocky Mountain Conference swim meet on February 27, 1954. The Bears tallied 132 points to second place Colorado Mines' 62, while Colorado College placed third with 38 and Idaho State last with 20. Two of the conference records were broken Friday night during the qualifying events. Ed Weigand, CSCE, did the 200-yard breast stroke in a new time of 2:40.4, beating the old record of 2:42.6 and Bob Guthmann, CSCE, took two-tenths of a second off the old mark of 2:32.4 set by J. Taylor, of CSCE, in the 200-meter backstroke with a new time of 2:32.2. The Bears broke their own college record in the 400- yard freestyle relay, setting a new time of 4:00.5 to topple the old mark of 4:03.9. Record setting team was composed of Jack 0'Rourke, Guy Abramo, Tom Rosling, and Dick Walby. The new record in the 300- yard medley toppled the mark set in l950 by Colo- rado Mines team. New record is 3:25.5 against the old one of 3:26.2. Team was composed of Bob Mey- ers, Ed Weigand, and Dick Walby. Second row: 306k WW? Ed Weiggnd Coach Creswell Gene Dozah Tom Rvslins Wanye McSheehy B05 MYe"5 D Jim Tgylor Jay Butterwrck Jack 0'Rourke Bvb Lines chuck wallanghqm Jack Freeman Joe Matsamura Swimming CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE CSCE IO5 Colorado University Colorado A Cr M - Colorado Mines - Colorado A Cr M - Denver University - Colorado University Wyoming University NWM . 5'-X Us-'t PM Nw 'lil "Ml X .wx u 112 :sy 111 Y! " WI: ' 1 mpg -Q 7 X-Y ff: - 4 fl ian, ' Q M71 ,w,,,i'- ., W f 'www f- 111611 W. s W, ,fs H 'Q W LM :b: " "li I-lfjlj? 3124 Q Piwll A ' EQSEM fa, ww, wvifif' W 3 Wg " 1,4 2515, :ia 1 L S ' Track m"':Ffw, 'i w""4,,,, M ,W ,wx Y ,VUMWF3:"3,,"1PS,g1,5fTEf52 WuAmWWWWWu WN Www JWwumhxWM WM Wm WMM' WM. Wmum J. Sauerbreit J. Adams eling: 0. Bell, B. Bond. B Kircher L Hoover G Smith G. Abromo N. ,.w,,,,Ww W. M QW W. w vu B++B f Ww- MHHM D. schuelke, B. Kircher Moore , 5iWBv Coach Pete Butler Baseball Coach Pete Butler s baseballers defeated Utah Sky llne champs ln a three game senes to wln the NCAA dls tnct 7 htle then made a flne showmg ln the national tourney although losmg to Lafayette and Duke The Bears had hung up a I2 4 seasonal mark whsle wlnnlng their l0th consecutive Rocky Mountam conference tntle wuth George Sage Duck Porter Jerry McMullen and Bob Gull leading the way Gull who pltched fuve wnns agamst a single loss was melnglble for NCAA compehtlon because he was a freshman Sage hut 376 whlle doubling as fnrst baseman and pitcher drove In I4 runs In his 79 trips to the plate and pitched the cllnchmg 4 0 wm agalnst Utah as the Bears were wmnmg their fourth NCAA dlstrlct title Porter hut 321 had Zl RBI s and was the clubs top slugger with sux homers four doubles and two tnples He collected the flrst home run un the national tourney a 365 foot blow In the game won by Duke 3 2 McMullen who beat an early season drouth by turning switch hltter wound up wnth a 318 average Row l front L. Tanko, B. Mantooth, K. Hill, D. Weed, J. McMillen, J. Tancredo, R. Howerton, B. Kordula, J. Ditolla Row 2 Coach Butler G. Sage, B. Gill, D. Porter, B. Lonari, D. Figliolino, B. Stewart, R. Capra, B. McAfee, G. Haggerty, A Wollenweber Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State l Mines Mines Lowry Alrbase l3 Warren Alrbase 7 Colorado College 4 l5 Colorado College 9 8 Denver 5 9 Mines l 8 Mines l I3 Warren Airbase l I5 Western State I 7 Western State l 6 Colorado College 5 19 Fitzsimons 3 6 Fitzsimons 2 2 Warren Airbase 9 And off he goes for a base! District 7 Playoffs, Salt Lake City, Utah Colorado State 3 Utah University 6 Colorado State 8 Utah University 5 Colorado State 4 Utah University 0 District 2 Playoffs, Omaha, Nebraska Colorado State 2 Lafayette 6 Colorado State 2 Duke University 3 D. Porter 109 G. Sage Minaya-a strike against him R. Capra J. Ditolla Baseball D. Weed, J. McMiIlen, K. Hill .G. Haggerfy IIO NCAA Disfricf 7 Winners D Porter R Capra J Dltolla G Sage Off to the tournament Al Minayo First Boseman-1980 - H2 Conference Champ Strike One J. McMiIlen, J. Ditolla, B. Kordula, Coach Butler, J. Tuncredo Coach Butler G Haggerty, D. Figliolino, R. Howerton, B. Stewart, G. Sage, B. Gill Front left-R. Oetting, T. Falgien, G. Shepherd Back left-Coach Rossi, R. Padgham, J. Wilkinson, J. Stunkel. J. Stunkel. 4 Colorado State 4 Colorado State 0 Colorado State 4 Colorado State 2 R. Padgham Colorado AGM 5 Lowry Airbase 8 Colorado College 3 Colorado AGM 7 Tennis l Although the Bear tennis team didn't finish the rain-postponed conference tourney, it tied 1 Montana State for third on the basis of play com- 1 pleted. Ross Padgham gained the singles quarterfin- als, Ron Oetting and Tom Falgein had won a doubles match. Mines won the team title: and Bob Loewe of Western State won the singles title, only individual title decided, as W-State took second. A cold, wet spring had hampered play of Coach Tony Rossi's club, and the Bears had taken only one of five dual meets prior to the loop tour- ney, winning over CC, while losing to Wyoming, Lowry, Mines and to Colorado A 6' M Twice. G. Shepherd Intramurals Much credit for the success of the intra-mural program goes to Coach Dobby and the men who represented the various organizations. Being head of the program, Dobby devoted much time to working out sports schedules suitable to all concerned. Flag foot- ball, volleyball, and swimming were the fall intra-murals. During the win- ter quarter, basketball and wrestling were the highlights. Softball, tennis, horseshoes, and badminton, ended the sports program for the school year. H5 ll6 Intramurals Fall Quarter Flag Football The Pussycats polished off the flag football season with a luster by downing the Tom Cats 6 0 when Johnny Thyfault intercepted a Tom Cat pass and broke away for a 30 yard touchdown on a great broken field run The Sig Eps took first In the fraternity dlvlslon Volleyball The TEKE'S took the volleyball trophy in the fraternity league and the Faculty took the championship place by downing the TEKES in the final playoff. Cross Hall took second by downing the Hawaiians. Swimming Acacia fraternity won the intramural swimming meet, scoring 46 points with Theta Xi bringing in the red ribbon honors. The water never calmed as the waves made it rough going for the competitors, especially in the backstroke race when the whale pool was traversed from end to end and side to side. Intramural coach, J. D. Doubenmier Pussycats Basketball season ended in the lntra-mural league with the Pussycats and the Bums tak- ing the crowns in the A and B league respec- tively. An independent team called the Pussy- cats wrapped up the title with a win aver'the TEKES. The 'Cats compiled a 9-I record, while the Theta Xi's and TEKES tied for the runner- up spot. A total of 173 men were entered in the basketball contest playing 77 games and there were four forfeits. Dr. L. C. Butler's basketball coaching class furnished 46 refer- ees and officials to make the program pos- sible. lntramural coach, J. D. Doubenmier was head of the program. Pussycats ----- - 9-l TEKES - - - 7-2 Theta Xi's - - 7-2 Acacia - - 2-3 Sig Eps - - - Yanks - - 4-5 Delta Psi - - - Cross H dd - - 2 7 - - 2-7 a en 2 7 Hotshats - 0-9 Bums - - 8-0 Clowns - - 7-l Kings - - 8-2 Eps - - - 5-3 Blind 5 - 3-5 Tous - - 3-5 Hawaiians - 2-6 Deltas - - - I-7 Xi's - Forfeited TEKES H7 Intramurals :.MhAwm-ml-is....l.l...-w.-f.,11iMt Wmmm- Girls Sports ..,..,,::.,, , ...Q 'fi Y 'FJ fa..-1 1., za J' 9 1 ff -V' V ,... 2 . -My,f7f,.- 163555 ' .J- 53... 5 . 2.5 lf 5 Q E vx'14:ftL?4 T1 lv. A 1 I ? , 5 QQ.. .Y Q . ., Q W if if wrwxxfdv fi I ' x3w5'f'X7fXmY"X.r":f:,.4 ii-,.fw2.f"'fmMy'W RSM Y4'fN-2 2-1-'C,vir',x1g,f5r,L,, ,M , , .. ,,,:: ::::.:: . . , .:.: ,,,' 1 . . .::- -:L' , , 4,r'2 ff :'1: ig -3' - L+'fnfw i.fQ+.- :'Q 'h', 3-QQ. 'fl-L . . - "-a:"sa :-: . -- . A .4 Y' -BA - " :": fiizglgigjn-32.1.4 " f - ...xv . , vw- , Cigwxxv .. ,. il -- 'J WYAARQ4' A' , ,Hx ,. ' ffm' Hxkfx ,,:,.. 2 1 I 'KF' I X ---, is ff' 4: H .... A Q, 4:55:53 .,. -v H 5 -'-:- . , :,, . --"' ff. .,.. ::: ' f,.,,,. A V """ 'filf 1' . AAVA '.... ..Q.. Q .:. 3 Izzz :'4 I 1 .:f ' ' ' vd,,,f,4fM 5' , ...... E gf W Q4 "'A"AA' 1.1 . A ' M " ' ' V ' A f- fm.. N ,-': J N ,. 4' '45 we Sue Chandler Jackie Elliott Lois Evans Polly Hostetler, President Purpose of Pan Hellenic Council is P H ' C 'I the coordination of sorority activities an e . . , Each sorority sends two repre- sentatives . . . Dr. Margaret Lahey sponsors group. Polly Hostetler - - - - President Barbara Sloan - - - Vice President Beverly Goecker - - - SecretafY Kathy Otto - - - Tfeusllfef Cal Hutchison Nancy Grove Ruth Jacque: Harriet Jaggard Kathy Otto Charlene Rankin Barbara Sloan -'GNU wise 120 Jack Gray Chuck Goul ikrt Krebs, President Inter Fraternity Council Inter Fraternity Council coordinates the activities of the fraternities . . . Provides a closer working unit among the fraternities . . . The group handles all bids, acceptance notes and ex- pulsions . . . Sponsors orientation each quarter for new students interested in joining a fraternity . . . George Sanderson sponsors this group. 121 An Krebs - - - - President Wallie Beckler - - Vice President Keith Busey - - ' ' secretary - Treasurer Bob Cooley - - Henry Lujan Keith Busey Wallie Bechlel. Je""Y Cudnet' John Richardson Derwin Zackarisen Harriet Jaggard - - - President Norma Swanson - - Vice-President Rae Ann Travis - - Secretary Joyce Kliewer - - Treasurer Beta Beta chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha . . . won song fest last year . . . identified by white sweaters with red letters . . . sponsors Sadie Hawkins dance with pro- ceeds going to Campus Chest drive . . . hayrack ride in fall quarter . . . dinner dance during winter quarter . . . mountain party spring quarter. I Welcome to our happy Ozark home Whoops! Forensic is on page 56 122 Left-right: Betty Babich, Carol Ann Cudney, Jackie Busby, Earlynne Crois- sant, Betty Jo Stewart, Joan Lockner, Janice Jarosz, Jean Hammett, Jackie Boaz Alpha Sigma Alpha Harriet Joggard, President l Now What? Stranger In Paradise Barb Alsbaugh Bev Alsbaugh Virginia Anderson Donna Brqwner Marlene Chgyig Julieffe Chung Donna Fell Peggy Greenwald NGHCY Grvleski Thelma Hayes Polly Hosfetler lg---H - . Y Joyce Kliewer Esfhe, Lowery Connie Lundgren Norma Miller Danni Morrison Barbara Pel'2l'S0l1 BBNY 5U"'f05 Ge0l'9iU 5Cl1l'0ede" Donna Selby Arlys Shroll Rae Ann Travis Jana Wise l23 Ruth Jacquez - - -- - President Janet Nelson - - - - Vice-President Katherine Newman - - Secretary Bertha Olsen 1 - - Treasurer Nu chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau rein- stated on CSCE campus in May, l948 . . . gives a basket of food to a needy family at Thanksgiving . . . mountain party every spring . . . dinner dance a big event . . . wear green sweaters trimmed in yellow. End of the railroad hour Practicing for song fest? 124 Left-right: Janice Yuen, Betty Hanks, Elizabeth Jensen Now some at you girls iust aren't paying attention Alpha Sigma Tau aff Ruth Jacquez, President Phyllis and Lindy B II' D I B nzel Roberta Brunner Beverly Carl Nancy Childress Greta Ching Margaret emo eores e Dolores Croissant Carol Dickey Laverne Gassino Nancy Grave Vivian Harker Sylvia Howard Pat Leaf LaVonne Lippitte Barbara Lundell Mitsue Nakagawa Janet Nelson Betty Newcomb Kathy Newman Gertrude Noe Bertha Olsen Estelle Suzuki Estelle Tachibana Mary Ann Wendt l 125 Lois Evans ---- - - President MUYY Ann Hambrick - - Vice-President Norma Forney - - - Sec,-em,-y -I0 l-0"'9WEll - - Treasurer Gamma chapter, of Delta Sig . . . moved into new house tall quarter . . . participated in homecoming, IK carnival, Forensic Fol- lies and song test . . . Rose Dance held spring quarter in Denver . . . also have mountain party, Mother's Day Tea, senior dinner . . . recognized by green sweaters with yellow letters. Four out of five use lpana lt must be a man . Back row: Julie Currey, Judy Gauger, Shirley Miller, Shirley Fowler, Jo Neujahr, Danna Dhority . Front row: Pat Romano, Bev Dutch, Jan Bovee, Colleen Whittenbaugh, Leslie Fliechter, Betty Calvin Delta Sigma Epsilon Lets hope its home brew I..-. 'Ll' A9"'e"'e There must be a mirror on the other wall Lois Evans, President i Judy :nm L W '17' Norma Forney Darlene Gabel Donna Gillett Maryann Hambrick Lonne Hayes Jo Hutchison Donna Jackson Pat Junkin Barbara Kauffman JoAnn Longwell Sheroll Marcotte Mary Marsh Louise Meade Carolyn Ord Lucio Paragoso Nana Riggs Mary Lou Roberts Donita Sellens Barbara Sloan Frances Walker Shirley Winter 127 Sue Chandler - - President Pat Foster - - Vice-President Rene Zimbelman - - Secretory Ethel Sanderson - - Treasurer Mu chapter of Pi Kap . . . sponsor needy family at Christmas . . . won the scholar- ship cup this year . . . year's activities in- clude hayrack ride and wiener roast, open house for alums at homecoming, dinner dance in Denver, mountain party at Sylvan Dale, farewell party for seniors . . . known on campus by their grey flannel jackets. Which one is Garbo ? Would the administration approve? I Q. Q Back row: Kathy Gravem, Jennie Pedicord, Norma Ostwold, Ellen Green, Adelle Rutherford, Pat Edwards, Betty Khulke, Joan Ross. 128 Front row: Pat Hoyt, Eleanor Hensley, Jill Cooley, Jane Thomas, Kay Williams, Jerry Bruce, Bar- bara Joyce, Eloine Swedlund. Pi Kappa Sigma Sue Chandler, President Now they're siSl'6l'S--BVSYY one You're not in stepl Willene Baab Carol Bunt Marilyn Butler Marilyn Chelf Lee Conroy Mary Ann Donelan Helen Edgar Carolyn Edwards Sonia Ek Charline Elfeldt Marcene Erickson Pat Foster Beverly Goecker Jean Haas Sue Hanson Judith Hays Martha Hays Sally Jacobson Lorraine Johnson Karen Keeler Edna Laui Elmira Martin Laura Nakatsuii La Nae Otteson Jan Price Angie Raicevich Becky Rombach Margie Ross Ethel Sanderson Doris Snyder Keala Victor lone Wagner Louann WollenweberBetty Jo Wisdom Rene Zimbelman 129 Jackie Elliott - - - President -lo MCC'-'HY - - - Vice-President Lucreita Fulton - - - - Secretary Ann Boe ---- - Treasurer I lota chapter . . . organized at CSCE in l9l5 . . . year's activities include open house fall quarter, traditional Founder's Day banquet held in April with other Colo- rado chapters, senior send-off spring quar- ter . . . Tri Sigs are known on campus by their purple sweaters trimmed in white. I Coronation ceremonies H I Dig that solid bubble gum 130 5 Left-right: Jan Hads, Mary Keenum, Marilyn Hines Sigma Sigma Sigma Jackie Elliott, President Are they going steady? F.A. l24 is so much fun-we learn to make paper hats Ann Bae Deanie Brown Lucreita Fulton Donna Goodman Jeanne Grant Charlotte Guerrieri Janice Hads Chloe Jensen Phyllis Krizmanich Lois Lorenzen Jo McCarty Mariorie Mooney Phyllis Murdock Rose Nelson Charlene Peterson Jean Sandou Wilma Scheideman Virginia Ann Shaw Erica Stafford Kay Stallings Ruby Teruya Grace Unten Anita Villapondo Loretta Weeden Loree Wiltsey l3l Carol Hutchison Pat DiGiacomo - - Janet Euwer - - LaCreta DelMonte Gamma Alpha chapter . . Sigma Upsilon . . . one of sixty active chapters . . . Gypsy Tea tall quarter . . . mountain party spring quarter . . . dinner dance held at Albany in Denver . . . din- ner in honor of graduating seniors . . . fNext they cross our hands with silverl - President Vice-President - Secretary - Treasurer I 1 . formerly He should be here any time now V Y qvqvvv H sponsor Christmas party for underprivi- ledged children . . . won second consecu- tive cup in Forensic Follies this year . . . sponsor a Greek war orphan with chapters at D.U. and Aggies . . . Province conven- tion held at lota Lodge at D.U .... wear maroon jackets. n Bock fow: Juanita MacKay, Marian Lander, Marilyn Benke, Diane Nelson, Pat Enlow, Sylvia Nordlander, Barbara Armstrong, Marilyn Friedman. . Second row: Pat Kiser, Carol Davis, Virginia Johnson, Dwane Blue, Anna Marie Berger, Joy Jones. First row: Barbara Goetz, lala Gilbert. Sigma Kappa Carol Hutchison, President The new, fitted look by Dior Our housemother, Mother Dine Lucille Anderson Louise Armijo Carolyn Ballah Deborah Boldt Martha Brown Barbara Cook Arden Caliper La Creta DelMonte Patricia Di GiacomoJanet Euwer June Garnett La Rene Herburger Lucille Krings Rita Lou LaSalle Doris Lohrke Alice Lorenzen Barbara McKinney Mary Mills Charlene Rankin Phyllis Roop Betty Jo Sauer Faye Sprinkle Edith Stenson Danifa Thdfcher Audrey Tyau Wanda Vosberg Fran Weber Patricia Walter I33 Not three Margaret Trumans! Rosemary Garramone - - - President 7' 1 Shirley Garten - - - Vice-President Dorothy Keyte - - - Secretary Shirley Ped! - - Treasurer Iota chapter ot Theta Sig . . . obiectives X are physical, intellectual, social, ethical and spiritual development . . . Mothers' Pro- 1 gram tea every spring . . . open house fall i quarter . . . faculty courtesy tea winter A quarter . . . dinner dance spring quarter . . . wear grey sweaters with red letters. See Dick Run i Back row: Jean Willrnore, Cecilia Kelsey, Marge Holley. All5"',HUYlWf5l' Second row: Janet Nagata, Billie Goff, Dorothy Tam, Gladys Ching. I Front row: Vivian O'Connor, Regina Kraft, Georgia Breemer, Irene Chlnn 134 A Theta Sigma Upsilon it Rosemary Garramone, President i i Now, now girls-you can slide down the bannister later A little gift for the housemother Doris Allan Virginia Folladori Shirley Garten Marybeth Gettman Barbara Hensley Carlene Hinze Jean Jackson Dorothy Keyte Janice l-indiffvm Edna Della LUCGW Deitte Mayenschein Oretta Meadows Kathy Otto Jo Anne Parrish MUFY I-OU RGPUSS 5hil'leY AM' Peck Phyllis Schmidt Christine Valdez Susie White Twyla Joyce Woods Allison Yost 135 wayne woolston ' ' ' P"e5ide"f Mountain party at Voekles lodge Bob Cooley - - Vice-President Les Barry - - - - Secretary Roy Buffington - - Treasurer Acacia Colony l845 7th Avenue . . . organized fall l952 . . . officially recog- nized by national headquarters as a colony, fall i953 . . . 4l notional chapters . . . four active chapters in Rocky Mountain area . . . wear black and gold jackets . . . has independent house . . . social functions with sororities and other chapters . . . hold annual overnight date mountain party . . . dinner dance in spring . . . initiated "help week" for "hell week" on campus . . . serenades . . . entered in IK carnival . . . song fest . . . Christmas caroling . . . active in intramural sports . . . goal of the fra- ternity is scholarship. Maybe it's a stove l 136 I Left-right: Dan Motis. Dick Evans. Carl Schaefer Acacia Wayne Woolston, President ls this the first beer you've ever hdd I lt's alright--they're married How's the water? Tom Auborn John Brainerd Les Barry Keith Blue Roy Buffington Dwone Carlson Don Cook Bob Cooley Dick Daniels Bill Finch Bill Pollock TOM Fitch Lowell shavnk - - - p,e,ide,,, R0lPl1 Burnzoni - Vice-President Bud MUTUH - - Secretary Jim D'-W9h9l'fY - - Treasurer Established 1903 . . . objectives scholar- ship and fellowship . . . members from all over the world . . . very active in intramural activities . . . identified by green jackets . . . year's activities include Rose Dance winter quarter . . . mountain party spring quarter. l38 Look-the president again Congratulations on fifty years! Front row: Jim Coming, Al Gantz Back row. Ralph Schultz, Stuart Schroeder, Bill Holmes or M n nl Delta psi Lowell Shavlik, President We're all waiting for the beer I Why??? Merrill Brush Virgil Blackwell Vic Collins Mike Dorame Jim Dougherty Vic Lottrich Dominique lncini Frank Lakin John Jenxel Melvin Langshaw Willis Moran John Richardson Frank Trembath Tony Valencia 139 Mike PUPPY-IS - - - - President Derwin Zachariason - - Vige-Pg-esidenf Jack Miller - - - Sec,-egg,-y Dee JOIIIISOI1 - - Tfeqgufer l Don't we get something besides tomato juice? Rosedale-late show 140 Back row: Howard Sakamoto, Jerry Mize, J. Gregory Second row: Leonard Pyatt, Richard Kanemoto, Harold Goodale, Bennie Hamish Front row: Bill Oaks, Roe Willis, Jerry Lehman, Fernoy Dundas Thefa Xi 0 ,adm Go! Mike Pappas, President V V . . . and a good time was had by all K Jack Bailey Keith Busey Gary Combell Dan Gifford George Gummeson Chuck Howard Tom Howshaw Dee Johnson Larry Keneko Hqnk Lujqn Digk Megs Jack Miller Bill Peebles ,lghnny Rgel Wgyne Vqn Winkle DOHC! williams David WHSOII DErWiI'I z0ChGl'iSBll 141 4 I Jerry Cudney - - - Pfeiidenl' Alton Barbour - Vice-President Rich House - - - Secretary Don Bender - Treasurer First national fraternity at CSCE, . . . changed from Lambda Gamma Kappa De- cember 13, 1952 . . . one of 123 chapters in U.S .... keep a blood bank for anyone connected with the college . . . participate in Help Week to aid a needy family or church group . . . year's activities include Faunder's Day dinner . . . Hayshaker's Hop . . . pledge dance . . . roller skating party . . . Mother's Day breakfast . . . Golden Heart Ball . . . and mountain party . . . Sig Eps known an campus by their grey flannel jackets. Look a chariot-Only two thousand years late W What!-these bays doing something constructive? 142 : . C I T R dl J'm McGuire, Rod Wyers, Donn Carr ggsrndoxwblwdynglsgrdenvPhillip Tompkins, Dan Figliolino, Calm John- , J V , . . Eilrlgt r4:wn:eiAal':3?n Weber. Roger ECNYI Bob F"'l1le"' Bob Ruyle' Alvm Danen Sigma Phi Epsilon dill Jerry Cudney, President l and l are 2. 2 and l must be 4 A loving cup for Q lovely queen I . I Alton Barbour Don Bender Art Berger Tilman Bishop Vernon Blaue Ken Brooker Ben Bronstein Ted Childers Ken Eckhardt Robert Erger Tommy Falgien Richard Franz I X my John Gates Richard House Jack Hilyard Joe Himes Lynn Hoover Preston King Bob McAfee Jerry McMillen Joseph Mills Frank Morris Hubert Moore Roderick Myers Larry Rinaldo Don Schuelke George Shepherd Clarence Wolters John Webster Elmer Zulauf , 143 Jack Overturf - - - President Bob Bidinger - - Vice-President Tony Peligrino - - - Secretary Gordon Rudel - - Treasurer Familiar cherry and grey iackets . . . largest Greek social organization on cam- pus . . . won second consecutive song fest trophy last spring . . . held annual dinner dance at Cosmopolitan Hotel in Denver . . . awarded in 1953 lnterfraternity Intramural trophy at Insignia day . . . most beautiful float in homecoming parade . . . threw homecoming party for TKE Freddy Martin and his orchestra .- . . captured second straight Forensic Follies trophy . . . honored fraters who became engaged, pinned, or married during year at Red Carnation ball ot student union . . . felled TKE basketball teams from CU, Wyoming and Aggies to annex Province cage championship . . . Christmas party at house . . . ski party at Hidden Valley . . . mountain party at Gla- cier Basin . . . host at Province banquet at faculty club . . . moonlight serenades of girls' dorms and sorority houses . . . inform- al patties with sororities . . . donated blood to Red Cross . . . Delta Delta chapter here ioined national last February . . . formerly the Delta Delta Tau local, founded in 1948. 144 Is force the only way they can get their girlsm V ...-.,, ..-- v- - l Dave Schafer, Dick Jamieson, Gano Evans, Bernie Long, Lawrence Sampson, Ed Saxe, Sam Genova, Jim Bolin, Jim Sauerbreit, Chuck Stamps, Julius Korman, Ed Abbott, Bob Pavia, Art White, Jim Edson, Sergi Quienga, Don Simms, Bob Moore, Ron Hickle, Dan Quirico. Not shown: Lloyd Griffith, Dick Jacobs, Gene Oshima. ox mx if :Q 1 L Wilbur Rowlett, House Father new-,iv 1 Wallie Beckler Chuck Gaul Sam Hendricks .iff M, sf? few: :E -5 I-'H K H, X it 1 new fem: xi use is me mgggi Jack Moosman Don Petersen Roland Robinson an Q fmfm 5 Tau Kappa Epsilonffii is A is x if -:shams s me I sa A is msd-- zz Q ,mt is .: new mm, an Duane Bakken President 'alma Jack Overturf, mm- 1: -- ,-L me gags- snags M -Wm Q me Wa mn me s : M gg M ax was za Nas Y me my me s. new " , a as it Q1 x an is awe we M' .mx mam a i uf am. fm YU? a. na 5? mm' sk my -Mags Sm Smal m W sm: H me mm me me vm an -cu :wx Awe XM. me me Bob Bedinger Rod Chance Frank Corl Leo Delventhal Carl Erickson Bob Everett Jack Gray Ken Greenhalge Alton Gulley Bill Hammond Noel Hanson Emmanuel Hershberger Bob Hunt Gale Johnson Willie Kauffman Ivan Kelly Bill Kruse Jim Linker my ri H 3 U. , - is-, H M 1 e .,, TH' A rg W nt: if N N f, H X sf it Q 5 is fx - sf E ,, E v Qs M ms as K1 Wu K is is mi E S new H me we L imm- mme ,X as we if is me mamma wma Yi: ms mms mam Q A,-.1 sa Verle Mickish Lawrence Nonnie Ron Oetting Neil Osbourn Gene Overturf Anthony Peligrino Bob Phares Dick Phares Dwight Phelps Dick Platt Lee Pollart Bill Porter . I4 Gordon Rudel Lynn Sandstedt Gerald Smith Bob Strader Dick Tomas: Walter Wells 5 Independent' Student Association INDEPENDENT STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION Strives to unify the non-Greek students of the campus into a social organization . . . promote the qualities of friendship and service among its members. 146 ' "X 5 1 8 XXV? 1 4- vv v-f A fix . v , 4- . ijzwwg :"' A fmw 'V ' fb 5 . ' A6.?gQ,w?f - I 4, W i I 'Wy a .:,, V yy: Q K if 4 r 1i?5,,4:,VJH26' vox I " ' kgyfi- ay? -1 . 'T Q g 11:2A A,:' : xx ,fif K ez a ns, ik ' ' fr 'gi ,Aff K ' ,V 31 g gzf. - -t we ,..,,,.w w . f 4.7955 Al it ' .... , SW LPM T ' , My 2 335 if 4 , .gp 4-23:-.5-z 1.., 4 1 'lfwf' A ',3jimff?'fQ' v , l VJ' J-.-if . ,w.J'i 'gif-V ' , 1 g K K Af! 'MA K , g + f E 5, za. ., , 'ip W A ' jg ag V 'J ' ' wx? gn iii? X 1 Q" if ww Y? .i I M Nady Wf gf? 3 'Q -I aff " ' fi 1 5 . Ugsr if 45 . x , Ar, ,-ig 3 Q X, Y h x uv, . 1 , ,Q N? 2 es I 4 5 if' ,,, i 5 Back row: Don Englehardt Bob Phares Bob Felmlee Don Schulke Paul Radar Don Fraker Charles Ducker Bruce Beach Wallie Wolfe Roland Robinson Tom Rapp George Ek Marv Major Front row: Larry Warner Carl Erikson Elmer Zulauf Lt. Col. Lupear Major Korman Bert Grable Ron Ramsey Arnold Air Society Left to right: Lt. Col. Lupear Lt. Col. McCall Major Troyer Major Korman Capt. Winn Capt. Rauchenstein 148 The CORNELL J. LU PEAR chapter of ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY was formed at Colorado State College of Education in l95l. Members of this organization are selected on the basis of scholastic achievement, interest in A.F. R.O.T.C. program and ability to perform the duties of an officer. Many functions are spon- sored by this organization. The Air Force Ball is among them. Other functions include: trips to Elgin AFB in Florida for the annual Air Power Show: trips to Lowry AFB Officers' Club: and trips to many pilot training schools to familiarize members with this training. Left ta right: Corp. Cadet Major Elmira Martin Corp. Cadet Major Harriet Jaggard Coed Lt. Col. Lonnie Hayes Coed Major Lucille Kings Coed Major Carol Brough , 1 ? Sue Chandler Martha Greenwood Lynn sandstedh President National honorary journalism fraternity .... Students from the Mirror and the Cache La Poudre staffs .... One year of work on the paper or an- nual is requirement for mem- bership .... Has Bearslide in the spring .... April Fool's edition of the Mirror well re- membered .... A mountain party is held for all members. I-49 Alpha! Delta Harold Kauffman Barbara McKinney Allfllvhy C- Peligrino Bill Pune' Becky' R0H'lb0Cl1 Gordon Rudel Tau Bela Sigma Sylvia Howard - Evelyn Delgado Mary Ducey - Ann Nelson - Mrs. Wayman E. - President - - Vice-Pres. - - Treasurer - - Secretary Walker - Sponsor The honorary fraternity for outstanding women b a n d members .... Service to the marching and concert bands . . . . Help the bands to attain the highest standards of mu- sicianship .... Music from the feminine music majors at C.S.C.E. Back row, left-right Norma Miller Betty Burger JoAnn Miner Elaine Shaw LaRene Herburger Joan Ross Dorothy Deicken Middle row Donna Gillett Mary Ann Wendt Sally Jones Sue Russel Shirley Thompson Alison Yost Mary Arih Doolittle Front row Sylvia Howard Evelyn Delgado Mrs. Wayman E. Walker Mary Jeanne Ducey Ann Nelson n 150 4 QiQEQLYx yeifivigmdiv' 1:2216-i'..4i9ir14a1+ Bel'l'Y BU"9e" Evelyn Delgado Mary Jean Ducey Tau Bele ?igma Dgnnq Gillet La Rene Herburger Barbara McKinney Norma Miller Sue Russel Ann Nelson Joan Minor Barbara Sharp ISJI A"YleS 5Cl'l'0ll Mary Ann Wendt Shirley Winter Allison Yost Q Robert G, Anderson Nancy Berardi Jim Drommond i y Alpha Marilyn Butler, President Chuck Gaul Martha Greenwood Sidney Derington Charles Howard, Jr. Alice Lorenzen Virginia Robinson Psi Omega Dramatic talent in acting and stagecraft .... Strive for higher values in drama .... Honor society for those doing high standard of work in dra- matics .... Maintain Irene Jesser Memorial Scholarship Fund .... Plays are held at the Greeley High School Audi- torium. Student Theatre Board - Marilyn Butler, chairman Jim Drommond Robert Anderson Charles Gaul Sidney Derington Lawrence Bradley Willine Stiles 152 Men's honor fraternity . Taps three times a year .... Scholarship .... Leadership . . . . Service . . . . President is chairman of Homecoming festivities .... Blue Key Ball in the Winter . . . Also recog- nizes outstanding girls .... Sweetheart of Blue Key is Jim Drommond Charles Howard crowned at the Ball. mm 3 'i wi 4 i Henry Luian Harold Kauffman Tommy Matsumoto Verle Mickish sei Blue Key xt is my 2 it Sm W5 me ms an an E ms Egg Qi Neil Osbourn Michael Pappas Dwight Phelps George Sage Lynn Sandstedt Bob Wilseck 153 McKinney, Barbara Bennington, Rosalie Dickey, Carol I., President A7 Delta Cmicron Emrich, Lucile Corn, Laura Del9Ud0, EVGIYI1 DI-ICCY, MUYY -leunne Hayes, Thelma Herburger, La Rene Morrison, Donni Romer, Alice 154 Russel, Sue Stewart, Betty Jo Wendt, Mary Ann Vosberg, Wanda Delta 0-lnicron Delta Omicron . . . Creates fellowship . . . Develops character . . . Encourages oppre- ciation of good music and performance among musicians during their student days . . . Delta Gamma chapter only active chap- ter located at a college of education. gs Betty Kundert, President 156 a ,kgs www annum -H an E 5 , H E We wi Etna Qi Huge meg? wma ms was may QM '. 3- Em gwm B wi, fm me M H , X H 9 we , sw N U KK -. I gy as HE -sw H B DI E E mm is an - 1 B is B H, meme R . H gg, E M Q 1 X, xi .- my is 1 E F . V 3 3 - -my , ,E H E W W X . mm 'fx - -- . :TF H H H H Hymsm H K fl H ' . E H an 1 Wu H : I 'WH iff: X ' Q Q, U E ' H N SS - r Em' 1 E E Ln. Sf .lo Balliger Ronald Bott Carl Frisk Jack Hilyard Delta Phi Delta Delta Phi Delta . . . Stimulates and develops art interests in our community . . . Coordi- nates the art interest in the Industrial, Home and Fine Arts Divisions . . . Stimulates high professional standard of art in the school . . . Sells Christmas cards . . . Art exhibitions . . . Fine Arts Festival . . . Sale of serigraph prints . . . During year holds annual banquet and mountain party. Edna Lau Sidney Lee Verle Mickish Mike PUPPUS The fore runner of Kappa Delta Pi was the Illinois Education Club, established at the University of Illinois in 1909. On March 8, 191 1, the Club was reorganized and incorporated June 8, 191 1, under the laws of the State of Illinois, as the honorary educational fraternity Kappa Delta Pi. In 1932 this title was changed to Kappa Delta Pi, an Honor Society in Education. Kappa Delta Pi Helen Heiden, President 6 3 K Betty Newcomb, Secretary Treasurer 'P JOYCG Carlson : 2'1 Juliette Chung Cook, Barbara " ,, v Gillete, Donna 9 Hayes, Thelma 0'Connor, Betty Schroeder Georgia Stewart, Betty Jo Dr. Kenneth F. Perry Sponser A national honorary society in education which recognizes high scholastic achievement to- gether with qualities at leadership and profes- sional promise. 157 Kappa Kappa Psi Honorary fraternity for college bandsmen . . . Operating exclusively in the field of the college band . . . Promotes the college band . . . Honors outstanding bandsmen, stimu- lates campus leadership and fosters a high average of attainment in the field of music. Jack Bailey Conrad Miller John Brainerd J. D. Morsch Deo Wolf - Jack Varra - - President - - Vice-Pres. - Secretary - Corr. Sec. - - - Treasurer Recording Sec. Darrell Rains - District Chairman Back row, left-right Lloyd Sheets Larry Meyer Farrell Coy Robert Greenwell Don DuPriest Gerry Lehman Ed Tower Pete Sporner Dean Biever Richard Jacobs Middle row Paul Leaf Dick Baker Kenny Evans Dan Harrison George Byrnes Thomas Upton Richard Binkley John Brown Kent Brandebery Dick Jameson First row John C. Brainerd J. D. Morsch Jack Bailey Deo R. Wolff Jack Varra Conrad Miller Darrell Rains Phi Delta Kappa Professional educational fraternity . . . dedi- cated to the ideals of research, leadership, science . . . organized in April, l926 by Dr. Earle U. Rugg. Dr. Earle Rugg Charles Cienert - - Olof Hufison - Verle Mickish - - W. L. Knies - - Sponser President Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasurer Back row Leo D. Lewis Edward Canterbury John Bakken Olaf Anfinson W. L. Knies Joe Wilkinson Natt Burbank Dr. Earle Rugg Verle Mickish George Ek, Jr. Milton Davison Calvin Grieder Charles Lienert H. D. Ranchenstein Dr. Jack Casey Robert Peterson Front row Bruce Beach Earl Houts Lester G. Duenk Stanley Tsuzaki Philip Dolan Bill Kruse Charles Ross Jr. Raymond Drysdale Ben Wiens Dee Lynn Johnson LeCreta Delmonte Peggy l'l0lmGI'l Lucille Kreigs Marie Tobin Tom Matsumoto Miriam Michel Shirley Ann Peck l6O Polly Hostetler Elmira Martin Pi Omega Pi professional, honorary fraternity in business education . . . Chief purpose is to create a feeling of fraternal fellowship among students of Business Education who are plan- ning to become business teachers . . . Aims are to promote and extend in- terest in business education . . . Strives to teach the idea of service as basic of worthy enterprises. Pi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta extends membership Harold Kauffman, president only to students who have demon- strated outstanding qualities in speech and drama . . . Sponsors Forensic Fol- lies . . . Enter debate and speech con- tests with other colleges in region . . . The group also sponsors a speech con- vention during the year. I at Keith Busey Bob Frykholm Thomas Hopper Cal Hutchison Ed Saxe Al Toth Neil Osbgurn Margery Vawter I , lei Alton Barbour Ben Bronstein Richard Mees, president In'rercolQg-ate Knights National sophomore honorary service or- ganization . . . members chosen on basis of scholarship, character, personality, and abili- ty . . . usher and pass out programs at athletic events . . . sponsor annual IK Carnival. Chuck Gaul Lynn Hoover Tom Howshar P Preston King Bill Peebles I Johnnie Rael Frank Trembath 162 Back row, left-right Deo Wolff Louis Montano Darell Rains Paul George John C. Brainerd First row, left-right Paul Leaf Dale Dykins Dwight Phelps Conrad Miller Dwight Phelps - - President Conrad Miller - - Secretary Paul Leaf - - - Treasurer Mr. Dale Dykins - - Sponsor Dwight Phelps Phi Mu Alpha National Honorary Music Fraternity . . . Beta Rho Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America . . . Organized here on June 5, l934 . . . Advance the cause of music in America . . . Foster mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music . . . De- velop trust, fraternal spirit among its mem- bers . . . Provide ushers for all Community Concert series programs . . . go to worth- while concerts in Denver . . . Present one recital each year . . . Membership open to any man who has shown a love of music and a willingness to advance its cause, and meet scholastic and character requirements. Hazel Alps Bev Alsbaugh Lida Anderson Ann Boe Carol Brough Shirley Brown Betty Burger Greta Ching Harriett Chung Dolores Clause Polly Hostetler, President Barbara DeHart Evelyn Delgado Lucille Emrich Norma Forney Lucerita Fulton Rosemary Garramone Donna Gillett Bonnie Gimple Sylvia Howard Marianna Hunsinger Donna Jackson Harriet Jaggard Natalie Johnson Kathy Joyner Pat Junkin 164 Pi Lamba Theta wif? National honor and professional fratern- ity for women, Alpha Omicron chapter . . . Established on the C.S.C.E. campus May 30, l94l . . . Seeks to develop a professional fellowship among women in education . . . At- tain and maintain highest standards of schol- arship . . . Encourage intercultural under- standing, and professional preparation . . . Members selected from junior, senior and graduate classes by faculty and student mem- ber recommendations . . . High academic standing, genuine interest in teaching, lead- ership and outstanding personality are neces- sary personal qualifications. Betty Santos Marilyn Staley Kay Stallings Irene Teeters Ruby Teruya Margery Vawter lone Wagner Mary A-nn Wendt Phyllis Wright Barbara Yaple Betty Kundert Patricia Leaf Alice Lorenzen Lyla Mickelson Edna Lau Donna Morrison Kathy Newman Esther Rankin Phyllis Roop Wilma Rehkow Pi l.amba Theta Carolyn Kahler, President Spur Florence Alegre Barb Alsbaugh Virginia Anderson Gay Barrett X 1 Delores Benzel Nancy Childress Lee Conroy Gerry Cash S-for service .... F-for pep . . . . U-for unity . . . . R-for responsibility .... Sophomore girls are invited to join this outstanding honorary women's organization .... They do hundreds of things .... Boost the school .... Raise morale ....Cheeratgames.... White skirts and sweaters with gold spur is visible every Thursday .... Gals full of vim, vigor, and vitality plus brains to make Spur. 166 H Sidney Derington Mary Ann Donolan Mary Jeanne Ducey Carol Jean Edwards Donna Fell Virginia Folladori Darlene Gabel Jeanne Grant Nancy Grove Dorothy Hancock Judy Hays A Martha Hays Barbara Jean Hillhouse Elizabeth Jensen Lorraine Johnson Lynn Kindred Nancy Lindsey Lois Lorenzen Norma Miller Eleanor Milne Jean Nakano Ann Nelson Rose Nelson LaNae Otteson Angie Raicevich Nona Riggs Barbara Sharp Betty Jo Sauer Virginia Shaw Barbara Sloan Doris Snyder Dona Thatcher Frances Walker Mitzi Weissenfluh Laree Wiltsey Shirley Winters Bock row, left right Bob Wilkie Ralph D. Amen Gordon A. Douglas Bruce Beach Lester Burgwardt Willard Mineau Dr. Decker Third row James F. Trainer Ronald W. Wolf Domenic lncitti Hubert L. Hutt Bert Grable Harley Glidden Second row Jerry Lightner Juliette Chung Shirley Ann Peck Sara Storns Jeannine Belisle Vivian Wolf First row G. Vinton Read Scot Kubota Edith M. Selberg Glenn Sanberg Dee Lynn Johnson Lambda Sigma Tau Jack Miller President Dee Lynn Johnson Glen Sandberg - Scot Kubota - G. Vinton Read - Edith M. Selberg - President Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Honorary science fraternity . . . . Science exhibit in spring . . . . Programs given by guest speakers as well as club mem- bers .... Keeps members up- to-date on important happen- ings in field. Bock row, left-right Donald Shores Louis Montano Hawley Burninghom Pat Romano First row Nancy Groleski Jo Fuller Betty Kundert Lonne Hays Arden Couper - President Louis Montano - Nancy Groleski - - Secretary Lonne Hayes - - - Treasurer - Publicity Arden Couper - Miss Dougherty - - - Sponsor Under Miss Frances Doughtery the mod- ern dance club is divided into two sections . . . The junior group is open to anyone who is interested . . . A prospective member of Senior Orchesis must try out and be voted on by the group . . . Must have been a mem- ber of Junior Orchesis or in a modern dance class the previous quarter. 169 Dan R. Gifford - - President Derwin Zacharisen - Vice-Pres. Laura Nakatsuji - - Secretary Barbara Lundell - - Treasurer Sue Hanson - Publications ch'rman A.C.E.l .... Members are Elementary Edu- cation majors or minors . . . For those sincere- ly interested in the development of children . . . Group works for the education and well being of children . . . Encourages continued professional growth of teachers with the children in the school, home and community . . . Activities both educational and social. Back row, left-right De Ette Mayenschein Lonne Hayes Ammy Hiedo Janette Teeters Faye Sprinkle Hazel Alps Ann Boe Lucreita Fulton Middle row Gwendolyn .Chang Dorothy Tam Mitsue Nakagawa Marybeth Gettman Jill Coley Shirley Gartin .lo McCarty Phyllis Murdock First row Barbara Lundell Laura Nakatsuii Don R. Gifford Derwin Zacharisen Sue Hanson .Q 'X ,J M '-51' ,Asif 1'-A 'N - - Us Wiwi 'Vfn 9 it qw if f ' Q ,W as xx, f W vig! -'gg K K" - arm 1:7 mm . VL! .fx I 4 1 'is-ph f 'w 'Q 5 6 a T f",7'v.: 'fri ,i dl 1, Q, iv, K3 1-54:1 H s K .w 'hh 5-igqyf K f .-,.!i, Q, "si ef, ' ,S f, lfYGQf s 1 ,z an A ilfmll gina., V? . 1 ", A, A . , 1 3 1 if fi- A N4 nf 5 Florence Alegre Gladys Armstrong Virginia Anderggn Donni Morrison, President Juliette Chung Betty Corrion Donna Fell Associated Women Thelma Hayes Mary Mills Mitsue Nakagawo Students All women students members . . . . Council is represented Kothy Otto Angeline Rakevich Alice Romer fl'0m all W0me""5 0"9U"li19' tions .... Publishes A.W.S. Handbook .... Gives Christ- mas porty for the entire cam- pus .... Impressive Senior Ceremonial in June. 172 Wilma Rehkow Joan Ross Bdfbafd 5h0Pe Edie Vecqueray Dorothy Bailey Barbara Peterson Walter Bage Rae Ann Travis Lois Jean Erskine Bob Bunney Dave Wilson People who like to square dance . . . long hours of practice to perfect their skills . . demanded for demonstrations for school groups and civic organizations . . . meets every Wednesday evening . . . membership by i-n- vitation. Jeans ancl .lanes 173 Bowman' Do" Mae Chdvis, MCfllUe Delmonte LaCreta Dundas, Fenroy C. Erickson, Marcene Hause, Richard The chapter of Colvin Club was organized on CSCE in 1915 . . . Promotes closer so- cial relationships among stu- dents and teachers in the field of business education. Colvin Club 4 F Himes, Joe Hinze, Carlene Lindsey, Nancy Laback, Helen L I-Uby, JOIN! MGTSUMOYO, Tommy Mees, Richard Mooney, Marjorie Myers, Roderick Noe, Gertrude Olsen, Bertha Marie Peck, Shirley Ann Porter, Bill Rgberfs, Mary Lou Tanner, Mary Lynn Zulaf, Elmer I 'ws 713- S"i'?'f?'!.A"3"'ff? "W" 'A'T?'fFL21"lZ1"SW' "'23,'E:r 'mi H47' 'LUN , rlgf, WI' " .':34:9L'A S " .L.wP,'1.3 ..2 1,eo,,?VN fx Tlelli : N' 2: - ff.-U .if:?Qf. f-5fv.5ff',' ' Q' .: ?'s',g 9: hem., ,nun , -:.: og , N, . 1-Q ' 145 , ' ' A' l 1 35 , .. e . il 'f:Mff'5G' f ' 'f lzffil wg- fif-2' 'zzz-jg? i".4e:fi'?2':f -1 ' ' 1 M5w'fa-'nm we-O ' V 7 1' -WN George Sage, President C Club . . . Lettermen's service organization . . . Membership requirements are holding an athletic award, being voted in by the mem- bers . . . Sponsors concession stand for foot- ball games . . . Initiation and picnic in spring . . . Service to visiting athletic teams . . . Presents C Club Outstanding Freshmen Athletic Awards. Back Row Jerry Toncredo Rod Chance Vic Lochtrich Ivan Kelly Front Row George Sage George Shupe Walt Sample Tony Rossi 176 l Bock row, lett-right Jack 0'Rourke Earl Sandstedt Jim Daugherty Lynn Hoover Wylie Anderson 'Vic Collins Middle row Jim Sauerbreit Pot Lee Ken Greenhalge Jack McGuire Robert Herron Larry Nonnie First row Paul Cason Ron Oetting Jerry Smith Ron Capra Bill Roberts 177 Ben Bronstein Frqnk Brown Paul Cason Ted Childers Vic Collins Jim Daugherty Jerry McMillen Patrick Lee Bill Roberts Congo Club Marlilie Chavis - - President Mildred Choriki - - Vice-Pres. Wilma Scheideman - Secretary Pete Spomer - - - Treasurer CONGO CLUB First row Frankie Lee Senor Pete Spomer Marline Chavis Wilma Scheideman Mildred Choriki Rev. R. Wilbur Simmons Jerry Lehman Second row Marilyn Swanson Don Meyering Mrs. R. W. Simmons Rosemary Rorabaugh Jo Parrish Tommy Matsumoto Bill Roberts Mary Lou Roberts Carol Dickey Pat Smith Joyce Kliewer Eloise Uehara Janice Yuen Tom Upton Third row Raymond Helling Chuck Stamps Edna Gramm, Bonnie Schafer Arlene Gramm Ronnie Wolf Weekly meetings and yearly retreat highlight Congo Clubbers religious life . . . another year full of good times and fellowship . . . fond memories to linger long after college days are over. l78 First Row Bill Robb Delo Robb Van Isotani Jim Frise Mrs. Willis Rod Myers Ken Matzner Second row Pat Monahan Carlene Hinze Diane Nelson Ronald Wolf Claire Ripley Chuck Stamps Kathy Gumprecht Dora Mae Boman Third row Le Roy Moos Richard Justice Robert Greenwell Don DuPriest Chuck Gaul Art Krebs Lynn Hoover John Wirsing Distribulive Education Club Distributive Education Club . . . Acts as clear- ing house for assembling and disseminating information concerning the need for teacher in distributive education . . . Encourages qualified students to study in- the field of distributive education . . . Creates apprecia- tion for those engaged in distributive occupa- tions . . . Better acquoints college students with the community and its business life. I79 Fine Arts Club Bell? Kundert - - - President Gene Overturf - - Vice-Pres. Edna Lau ---- Secretary Miss Rose Leacock - - Sponso, FINE ARTS CLUB Provide a social and professional club for Art Majors and Art Minors where members can plan and participate in a program of activities in the Arts and Art Education fields . . . to share skills and knowledge with each other and community groups interested in the programs . . . foster knowledge and under- standing of creative art expression in child and adult life . . . cooperate with other school organizations . . . to integrate art with other studies and activities . . . promote creative ways of teaching arts and crafts. Lyle Matoush Ida Graham Barb Joce Bob Johnson Pat Hein First row Sylvia Gilman Gene Overturf Betty Kundert Edna Lau Bock row, left right Wilma Scheideman Home Economics Clyb President Bull, Bernice First iow Betty Lucero Marilyn Chelf Twyla Wood Phyllis Schmidt Margaret Bellino Amy Wong Joan Hafer Betty Santas Front row Christine Valdez Della Lucero Pauline Daugerty Marty Hays Helen Edgar Judy Wilson Elsie Reini Joy Lewis Ruth Larson Paula Gourlay Joyce Kliewer HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Provides for professional development and work for the improved status of the home . . . affiliated with American Home Economics Association . . . participates in state and regional meets . . . meetings devoted to pra- fessional and social activities. l8l In Acosta, Carolyn Augustin, Gloriana Alegre, Florence Arakawa, Ruth Asuncion, F I Kaneko, Larry, President el' Baptiste, Lorene Hawaiian Club Burningham, Hawley Bromeo, Josephine Cqyqfqng, Glqriqnq Chang, Gwendqlyn One hundred Hawaiian students are members . . . plan many and varied ac- tivities . . . Sponsors Lei Dance with flower leis, hula dancers, and Hawaii- an music . . . Club alsoeprovides en- tertainment for school organizations and activities. 182' Ching, Greta Chinn, Irene Chung, Juliette Clarke, Priscilla Rosario, Eugenio Fujii, Shirley Gokan, Jean ,Hagiwara, Anna Hamamoto, Marion Ahana, Hounani Hotta, Jeanette Heida, Amy is Komagata, Millicent Kong, Sarah Kotani, Winifred Kubbfd, SCM' l-ee, 5Ydl1eY MUY - Hawaiian Club .,M W W I-.J Leong, Audrey Lau, Edna Low, Sylvia Matsuoka, Winifred Morikawa, Jean Mow, Judith Murakami, Hiroko Nakagawa, Mitsue Nakano, Jean N0kCSl1imG, HGTS Ndkllsfullz l-'Ula Nishimura, Misako Ogata, Shirley Okamoto, Sally Paragoso, Lucia Peligrilw, Al'll'l'l0llY Santos, Betty Sugitd. BeVel'lY Suzuki, Estelle Tabata, Norma Tachibana, Estelle Tam, Dorothy Tanaka, Elna Teruya, Ruby l83 Yuen, Janice YUSllmiCl1if Lucille Wong, Amy Victor, Keala TYUU1 Audrey Tsuzaki, Stanley Spanish Club First row Roger Jackson Lucile Emrich Frances Early Phyllis Wright Elsie Reini George Griffin Second row Carolyn Crabbs Lois Ellwood Fairy Harrison Dortha Davis Wilma Freeburg Lois Freeburg Jean Stream Colleen Schenck Natalie Johnson Phyllis Hurd Third row Jeanie Carl Phyllis Harrison Pat Lambert Janette Teeters Mary Jane Finley Marian Jenkins Muriel Nelson Ruth Epler Lorraine Benson Joan Scott Fourth row Charna Fritzler Ann Willis Beverlee Griffin Bob Frykholm Arthur Small James Hurd Mary Ann Roberts Fourth row Roger Jackson Michael Dorome Johnnie Rael Michael ijappas Manuel Jiminez Cruz Valenzuela Second row Wanda McCoIlar Lillian Linn Mary Garcia Anthony Valencia Jo Cleaver First row Lillian Garcia Gracie Servin Arsenio Sandoval Liz Aguerre Iniervarsity Christian Fellowship 1 Back row, left-right James Corning Don Grebe Lido Anderson Chu k St s c omp Phil Dolan Roderick D. Myers lntelrnational -Relations Club INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Created to promote friendship and under- standing between the American students and students coming from outside the United States . . . Membership is open to any student, the only requirement being o sincere interest in people and desire to further the cause of good human relationships . . . A Scandinavian Smorgosbord highlighted the year's event. John W. Kelsoy - - President Naomi Poppen - - Vice-Pres. Don Meyering - - Treasurer Della R. Kuys - - Secretary Sylvia Gilman - - - President Jean Marie DeSalle - Vice-Pres. Mitzi Weissentluh - Corr. Sec. Richard Justice - - Treasurer FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Newly organized chapter of Future Teachers of America . . . Begun last spring quarter under the advisorship of Jim Albertson . . . This spring Greeley will be the site ot the annual state convention . . . promises to be a gala affair. Future Teachers of America Sylvia Gilman - - - President Bock row, left-right Arva Mae Morris Valenia lwerks P t S 'th a mi Rosemary Rorabaugh Middle row Oretta Meadows Doris Allan Virginia Folladari Lillian Garcia First row Rosalie Martel Sylvia Gilman Richard Justrie Jean Marie DeSalle Mitzi Weissenfluh 186 Bock row, left-right Jeannette Minkel Esther Johnson Ann Ekstrand Lida Anderson Kathy Otto Pastor S. Wegenast EdEtte Manyschein Phyllis Schmidt Loretta Weeden Carolyn Kahler Beverly Weber Middle row Tom Fitch Clarence Minkel Marvin Baker Claretta Gehring Wilma Schardt Douglas Hermanson Mark Lippert Leo Kuhln-nan Front row Jack Cantrell Larry Williams Lulherani Sludenls Association Officers Marvin Baker - - - President Douglas Hermanson - Vice-Pres. Carolyn Kahler - - Secretary Phyllis Schmidt - - Treasurer Mr. Gene Waldman - - Sponsor The Lutheran Students on campus meet for the purpose of Christian fellowship, and the furthering of their spiritual growth. 187 E. Z ' Sz,-1 W. 'Lf-, 'lx k - .. fx axial '2I6?'W4?H"x www Mr f. '-W-'ww 1-f M. . ' A 53 2 Y Z 1 1 i 5 Men's Residence Hall Council The Men's Residence Hall Council works for the benefit of each and every man living in the halls on the campus . . . Christmas Dinner, an annual activity, is planned by the council. 190 Bernie Lang Roger Jackson Ed Dermody Mrs. Rossi Mrs. McLaughlin Mr. McLaughlin Ed Saxe Walt Sample lseatedl First row George Sage Lissette Aguerre Mrs. Anthony Rossi Pat Monahan LaVerne Gassino LeRoy Moos Ed Dermady Second row Irene Chinn Juilta Valenzuela Lorraine Leon Guer Patricia Bloom Sylvia Low Virginia Folladori Christine Valdez Cecilia Kelsey Ann Barrows Anthony Valencia Third row Vivian O'Connor Regina Kraft Lucille Martinko Mary Fischbach Gwendolyn Chang Regina Hoefler Shirley Gartin Della Lucero Johnnie Rael Fourth row Arsenio Sandoval Betty Lucero Bill Lujan Mary Marsh Shirley Fujii Ann Nicholson Domenic lncitti John Wirsing John Philon Sergio Quenga I'Ef0 Newman Club George Sage President Organization for all Roman Catholic stu- dents . . . Purpose is to increase their knowl- edge and the use of Catholicism even though they be away from the home situation. Outstanding Catholic leaders lead discus- sions . . . Father Robert Hoffmann, our chap- lain, offers Mass on campus. Affiliation with the International Feder- ation of Newman Clubs informs us of the ac- tivities of other Catholic students on other campuses in the Inter-Mountain Province conventions. First row Clarence Walters Dick Franz Rod Myers Jack Hilyard Dr. Doris Willis Second row Margaretann Knopp Shirley Brown Jennie Pedicord Judy Elbon Pat Van Pelt Kay Williams Jane Zack Ida Graham Third row Thomas Road Wally Sargent Priscilla Clarke Rosalie Bennington Cal Hutchison Preston King Ellen Green Don Bender Canterbury Club . . . Student group Trinity Episcopal Church . . . Open to all students . . . Meetings Sunday nights for supper and program . . . Skating parties . . . Musical show, Canterbury Capers . . . Bear slide . . . Exchange meetings with Boulder, Fort Col- lins and Colorado Springs . . . Thursday morn- ing Communion ond breakfast in Student llnion. Canterbury Club Rod Myers - Jack Hilyard Dick Franz Dorothy Kete L. D. Lindou - - - President Vice-Pres. Treasurer Secreta ry Sponsor Wesley Foundation Alfred Toth, president Wesley Foundation strives to emphasize those aspects of life which are listed under the head- ings of worship, work, fellowshipg and fun . . . opportunities of service for their Master as many projects in community and world service are undertaken . . . instructions and participa- tions in recreation that lifts both physically and morally rounds out the program . . . exists primarily for the development of consecrated Christian citizens . . . loyal lay leadership for Christ's church . . . faithful full-time workers for the Father's Kingdom. l I l93 Physical Education Majors Membership open to those women who are physical education majors . . . Purposes relate to health education . . . PEM works with the physical education department in planning an Open House for high school sen- iors from all the Colorado high schools. l94 Bock row, left-right Lynn Kindred Barbara Gray Ellen Green Marilyn Hines Kay Stallings Nancy Groleski Pat Enloe Carolyn Keeler Mitzi Weissenfluh Joyce Wood Third row Helen Heiden Ruth Adams Janice Jarosz Phyllis Krizmanich Jackie Dean Feral Reynolds Mary Mills Barbara Rook Jo Fuller Second row Arden Cauper Mary Fischback Helen Monell Joyce Carlson Haunai Ahana Florence Alegre Marilyn Friedman First row Gretchen Moser Jo Levstik Rachel Caldwell Doris Lohrke Marlene Hankel Arden Couper President Virginia Anderson Bill Kruse, President Lois Elwood Roger G. Jackson Zellma Jean Knull Cathy Otto Walter Sample Alfred Toth Phyllis Wright Marline Chavis Judy Elbon Chuck Gaul Ruby Hamlyn Religious Council Provides a fellowship of students from the various student religious organizations . . . Work in harmony with the administration when dealing with the religious life of the students at C. S. C. E .... Sponsors the Thanksgiving and Easter assemblies, the Easter Sunrise Service and Religious Emphasis Week . . . Joins councils on other campuses . . . Programs providing speakers of interest to the students. I95 6 Rod Myers - President Young Republicans Young Republicans . . . New- est organization on campus . . . Import well-known Republican leaders to speak to students . . . Support Republican poli- cies on CSCE Campus. First row Richard Tomasi Dee Lynn Johnson John Beel Edith Selberg Christine Valdez Second row Frank Corl Don Wecker Harley Glidden A. D. Moinat Bill Farnsworth Joe Shoemaker Douglas Hermansen Third row Richard Borchert Raymond Helling Robert Wilkie Victor Lotrich Hubert Hutt Domenic lncitti John Philon Vernon Ellison Fellowship among the stu- dents in the Division of Sci- ence .... Has guest speakers, Bearslides, exhibits of science and mathematics in year's activities .... Movies are shown at their meetings .... Classes are held on the top floor of Qranford. gience Club Dee Lynn Johnson- - Piresident Richard Tomasi - - VlCe'P"e5' John Beel - - - Sponsor Women's Aihleiic Associaiion Hg? sip. Martha Brown, President Veleta Ruth Adams Florence Alegre Ve.-lg Bqrtling Joyce Carlson Arden Couper Jacquelyn Dean Helen Edgar Jackie Ellioff Danna Fell Virginia Folladori Jo Fuller Nancy Groleski Ellen Green Ann Hagiwara Vivian Mae Harker Judy Gabby Hayes Carolyn Keeler Lynn Kindred Sydney I-ee Doris Lohrke Darien Maye MarY Mills Gretchen Moser Ferol Reynolds Kathy Newman Geo,-gig Schroeder Q' Fay Sprinkle Kay Stallings' Mitzi Weissenfluh Joyce Wood I - is is 1 is m ss- -sm we ss- new ,W A. :- fx is E I M - I99 .Im H-. T K:lyx1.9 sm aussi is CN Bock row, left-right Alison Hayhurst LaVerne Gdssino Pat Hein Gwen Sparks Rosemarie Valente Faye Sprinkle Middle row Marilyn Friedman Florence Alegre Norma Ostwald Marty Hays Carol Davis Dwayne Blue Ida Graham Rita Darnell First row Barbara McKinney Carolyn Keeler RaeAnn Travis Mary Mills Lynette Schleicher Women's Residence Hall Council 'L RaeAnn Travis - - - President Barbara McKinney - Vice Pres. Carolyn Keeler - - Secretary Lynnette Schleicher - Treasurer Mary Mills - AWS Representative Fosters a closer relationship to unite women living in the res- idence halls .... Problems submitted to the council for discussion and settlement . . . . lnitiates and directs social activities .... Keeps high standards and morals in resi- dence hall life .... Exchange dinner with the mens' resi- dence halls .... Snyder Hall the biggest of all .... Has big dance during the Winter quarter. ZOO Speech Club Keith Busey - - President Margie Vawter - - Vice-Pres. Jan Howard - - - Sec.-Treas. Ray L. DeB0er - - Sponsor The club consists at all stu- dents interested in debate, oratory, extempare speakings, discussion and oral interpreta- tion .... Engage in several inter-school meets during the year .... , Assists Pi Kappa Delta with Forensic Follies during the Winter quarter. Back row, left-right Jean DeSaIIe Valenia lwerks Alfred Toth Carl O. Erickson Bob Frykholm Neil Osbourn Leonard Pyatt Ralph Webb Middle row Marcelyn Barnes Ed Saxe Pat Van Pelt Jeanie Sheppard Jonna Selby Jo Neujahr Norma Erickson First now Ray L. DeBoer Cal Hutchinson Keith Busey Margie Vawter Jan Howard Phi Alpha Theta George Hartung .lohn Kelsay The national honorary history fraternity . . . to create and stimulate an interest in history . . . to extend recognition for scholastic achievement . . . to promote association and fellowship . . . Iota chapter is one of ninety- six chapters located in all parts of the United States. Wjerry Stunkel Emory Trozper Joe Wilkinson 202 M ,,k,51,- S 351 5 K 'H " 4 -3 . s X " , .3 ,. Q V . x a, ,ggffl 'f - fr . :Q Q 5-hw 'Q fo-,R 1 Sa , Q1- 1 V my 'X .gin 1-n if .xy ww Q' gm, 'ur . ,ww ,S hw-xi x -Jw . . -'G . 4 n 6 .if u 1 v 9 r X xi.-w . 1, . .- 'a L ,lg M, 1 .. il' fl if 1 V 1 ti epnie png, lgrediclenf Freshman Class of i957 . . . Started their College career participating in all campus activities . . . Freshman assembly showed the 'campus cats' how to 'dig' the 'crazy' talent which is the 'most' in the freshman class . . . Freshman Ball, "Paint the Town Pink," had everything including pink elephants. 204 P Achziger, Jane Greeley Arney, Barbara lnternafional Falls, Minn. Berry, Betty Lee Colorado Springs 3716 A141 ell 205 Aiken, Shirley Colorado Springs Babich, Barbara Colorado Springs Bishop, Judith Casper, Wyo. Allison, Nancy Ault Baker, Sonya Lakewood Boaz, Jacquelyn Eager, Ariz. Burger, Wanda Jean Las Animas Burke, Rachel Willy Burley, Mild red Greeley Burningham, Hawley Honolulu, Hawaii Calvin, Betty Greeley Carlson, Helen Edgewater Carr, Don Durango Chang, Gwen Honolulu, Hawaii Clarner, Norma Denver Anderson, Jackie Anderson, Russell Armstrong, Barbara Canon City Gill Englewood Barrows, Ann Bartling, Verla Berger, Anna Marie Denver Greeley Denver Bolin, Jim Brecheisen, Henry Bromeo, Josephine Manzanola Loveland Koloa, Hawaii Cleavenger, Sue Cochran, Ralph Lakewood Greeley Cudney, Carol Cunningham, Cheyenne, Wyo. Michael Hammond, Ind. Dachorn, Harla Dedrick, Dick Van Nuys, Calif. Yuma 206 Cole, Carolyn Cooley, Jill Corian, Betty Crabbs Carolyn Greeley Limon Lafayette Berea Ohio Daniels, Kathy Darnall, Rita Davis, Carol Davis Dortha McCoy Bridgeport, Neb. Golden Yuma Delgado, Ernest Dietrich, Roxie Driml, Richard Enloe Pat Santa Fe, N. M. Pueblo Alliance, Neb Littleton Farlaw, Jeanette Johnstown Farnham, Glen Loveland Fletcher, Edna Hugo Frankenbery, Gene Wheatridge Freeman, David Genoa Friedman, Marilyn Denver Frykholm, Bob Mission, Kan. Fujii, Shirley Honolulu, Hawaii Garcia, Mary Fort Collins ii if U1 :Rfb EEMQ nw ,. . Garcia, Mary Fort Collins Graham, Ida Aurora Hamnett, Jean Portland, Ore. 207 Gauger, Judy Grant, Neb. Grasmick, Carol Jean Rocky Ford Hankel, Marlene Wheatridge Gentle, Alberta Sidney, Neb. Gravem, Kathie Denver Hanson, Janelle Brush Helling, Raymond I dal ia Hensley, Eleanor Ashland, Kan. Hickman, JoAnn Yuma Hieda, Amy Honolulu, Hawaii Hoffman, Roger Loveland Holley, Marjorie Yerington, Nev. Hotta, Jeanette Wailuku, Hawaii Hoyt, Pat Denver lwerks, Valenia Derby Gilbert, lola Delta Greenwell, Bob Eads Hartner, Marilyn Denver if '55 1 Q v I 1 F1 , .: . : .,:.:. . i, K F fe Y: 5 Q 5: 1 35 gi 1 iallil , 1 W K EE 1 Nam ' w my E' , xm- ' -ix-it ie Goetz, Barbara Fort Morgan Guthmann, Bob Lincoln, Neb. Hayhurst, Alison Colorado Springs M 1 sf, ii. i . . I gem, is Max-H -- : s . .. H H m 5 , ..:f.. W Q Gokan, Jean Lijue, Hawaii Hamlyn, Ruby Portland, Ore. Hein, Pat Arvada e js gm. Gregg, Donna Jacobs, Richard Johnson, Colin Johnson, Ginny Kahler, Carolyn Kanemoto Richard Denver Denver Longmont Greeley Greeley Honolulu Hawaii Kelsey, Cecilia Kemp, David Kirkpatrick, Kay Kiser, Pat Kline, Edna Kupke Shirley Denver Arriba Seattle, Wash. Golden Edgewater Murdock Neb Lakey, Joyce Lambert, Pat Lane, Bennie Ray Lander, Marian Leon Guerrero, Locke Roberta Loveland Wheatridge Deming, N. M. Rawlins, Wyo. Lorraine Sunnymead Calif 2 Lockner, Joan Englewood Long, Bernard Beloit, Wis. Loshbaugh, Jean Rifle Low, Sylvia Honolulu, Hawaii Lucero, Elizabeth Greeley Jujan, Vidal Denver Lundberg, Phyllis Red Oak, la. McDaniel, Patricia Longmont McHeffey, Patricia Butte, Mont. Tamuning, Guam ,Q-' ,fra McKee, Helen Greeley Memmer, Ralph Wheatland, Wyo. Morikawa, Jean Ewa, Hawaii .gl"e6Al'l'lel'l 209 'fy L! X, Mandich, Daniel Calumet, Minn. Mercer, Joyce Greeley Mumford, Elizabeth Breckenridge Marcantonio, Evelyn Frederick Miller, Shirley Aurora Muroya, Jean Brighton Ockel, William Denver Okamoto, Sally Kauai, Hawaii Ostwald, Norma Fort Morgan Palmquist, Bernice International Falls, Minn. Parrish, Shirley Yuma Peterson, Marilyn Alliance, Neb, Peterson, Sylvia Nunn Potter, Robert Greeley Powers, Bertha Cheyenne, Wyo, Marcum, Sue Las Animas Mitzel, Cleoen Lavonne Briggsdale Nelson, Diane Cherokee, la. Markus, Carolynn Matthews, Mary Lou Pueblo Greeley Monell, Helen Montgomery, Kay Canon City Denver ' Nishimura, Misako Nowlen, John Hilo, Hawaii Denver gigs X . Roberts, Mary Romano, Pat Ross, Joan Colorado Springs Des Moines, la. Greeley Ruybal, Margie Sakamoto, Howard Sanders, Yvonne Antonito l-laina, Hawaii Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Schneider, Victor Scott, Joan Sell, Clarence Eaton Denver Loveland Sowell, Barbara Holly Stockhaus, Shirley Sharon Springs, Kan. Swanson, Marilyn Denver Swedlund, Elaine Sterling Tam, Dorothy Wahiawa, Hawaii Thomas, Jane Beaver City, Neb, Thompson, Shirley Frederick Timm, Gertie Grover Valente, Rosemarie Pueblo 210 Ross, Phyllis Alliance, Neb. Saxe, Ed Denver Senor, Frankie New Castle Rounds, Caryl Rutherford, Adelle Rapid City, S. D. Eaton Schafer,Bonnie Lou Schleicher, Lynette Wray Belleville, lll. Lee Shares, Donald Shaw, Elaine Sante Fe, N. M. Johnstown W5 me mf 555531 Er E is if gm .Sw M, ,Ja is 2 1 Valenzuela, Julita Clfialan Pago,Guam Williams, Jo Nell Burl ingfon Zimmerman, Ruth La Salle jI"e5Al'I'l2l'L 3 ,, 'Eh Vavrina, Carol Voss, James Wanous, Karl Weber, Beverly Weinmeister, Donna York, Neb. Lake Geneva, Wis. Los Angeles, Calif. Morris, Minn. Greeley Williams, Karol Willis, Ann Willmore, Jean Wirsing, John Wright, Lyndell Denver Denver Aurora Greeley Lindon McDonald, Sharon Rorabaugh, Biggerstaff,Marcia Birk, Karl Lafayette Rosemary Billings, Mont. Belleville, lll. Colorado Springs l 2ll I .g0l0A0l'Yl0l"85 lynn floouer, igrediclenf Acosta, Caroline Ahana, Haunani Alegre, Florence Puhi, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Kukuihaele, Hawaii Alsbaugh, Barbara Anderson,Margaret Anderson, Virginia Alamosa Blanehard, N.D. Greeley Barbour, Alton Barrett, Gay Beals, Lois Denver Peublo Collbran 2 Bernhardt, LeRoy Milliken Biever, Dean H'0t Springs, SD. Bishop, Tilman Colorado Springs Black, Annabelle Yuma Blackwell, Virgil Holly Blair, Dorothy New Raymer Blaue, Vernon Greeley Blue, Dwayne Denver Blue, Keith Greeley 1 3 l Allan, Doris New Raymer Andrews, Lois Goodlcmd, Kan. Beck, Glenna Kellogg, lcla. Allen, Priscilla Steamboat Springs Bakken, Duane Greeley Benke, Marilyn Fort Logan Allison, Carolyn Wheatridge Baptiste, Lorene Kauai, Hawaii Benzel, Delores Greeley 214 Craig, Alice l Mcunzanola Croissant, Dolores Kersey Curttrighf, Betty Greeley Daane, Norma Jean Sturgis, S.D. E ? 0 A0l'l'l0l"e5 Daugherty, Jim lg Hammond, Ind. Derington, Sidney Scottsbluff, Neb, Dinkel, Robert Denver Dorame, Michael Tularosa, N.M. Duccy, Mary Jeanne ' Greybull, Wyo. Brainerd, John Brontein, Ben Brush, Merrill Bunt, Carol Jean Burke, Nancy Case, Nancy Denver Colorado Springs Rocky Ford Greeley Kansas City, Mo. Greeley Cash, Gerry Cauble, Shirley Cayetano, Gloriana Chance, Rodney Chavis, Marline Childers, Ted Pueblo Haxtun Honolulu, Hawaii Yuma Greeley Greeley Childress, Nancy Clarke, Priscilla Collins, Vic Conley, Walter Conroy, Lee Cooley, Bob Sheridan, Wyo. Lanikai, Hawaii Hammond, lnd. Wheatridge Aurora Lirnon l 2 Edgar, Helen Edwards, Carolyn Eaton Center Fibikar, Barbara Fiechter, Leslie Chicago, III. Goodland, Kan. Gill, Bob Gilman, Sylvia Montrose Cotopaxi I5 Elbon, Judy Eldridge, Maryanna Erickson, Marcene Fell, Donna Grand Junction Lakewood Greeley Kit Carson Finch, William Folladori, Virginia Gabel, Darlene Gaul, Chuck Meeker Proctor Rockford, lll. Hawarden, lo Goeglein, Mildred Gott, Billie Grant, Jeanne Green, Ellen Yuma Colorado Springs Cedaredge Albuquerque, N.M Greenwald, Peggy Wheatridge Grove, Nancy Estes Park Guerrieri, Charlotte Gunnison Guerrieri, Maria Gunnison Hagiwar, Anne Honokoa, Hawaii Hamamoto, Marian Waiolua, Hawaii Hancock, Dorothy Idaho Springs Hanks, Betty Longview, Wash. Hansen, Conway Greeley Hanson, Noel HUYSI -lUdY Winona, Minn. Grand Junction Hofen, Joan Hoover, Lynn Denver Denver Johnson, Helen Johnson, Lorraine Greeley Denver .QOPAOHQOPQ5 216 Herron, Robert Hillhouse, Barbara Hinlef Curlene Hoeffer, Regina Las Cruces, N,M, LOS Alamos, N.M. Gl'99leY Fleming Hotaling, Ann Howshar, Tom Hutchison, Jo Jensen, Elizabeth AUM l'lGl'l'Ville, WyO. Igloo, S.D. Sterling Karren, Joan Keeler, Carolyn Keeler, Karen Kindred, Lynn Jerome, Ido. Lewis Denver Estes Pork King, Preston Englewood Komagata, Millicenl Honolulu, Hawaii Laing, Lois Greeley LaSalle, Rita Louisville Leaf, Paul Greeley Libhart, Robert Fort Lupton Lindsey, Nancy Custer, S.D. Lobach, Helen Silverton Losh, Phyllis Brighton i Lorenzen, Lois Denver Meadow, Oretta Cortez Mooney, Marjorie Haxtun Lucero, Edna Greeley Medeiros, Joan Maui, Hawaii Morris, Frank Greeley l l McCarthy, Emma LaSalle Miller, Gary Wheatridge Moser, Gretchen Denver Nelson, Rose Canon City Nelson, Ruth Ault Nolan, Nancy Sterling Olson, Marlene Denver Ord, Carolyn Greeley O'Conner, Vivian Denver Ostrowski, Mary Flagler Pavia, Robert LaUnion, N.M. Peebles, Bill Lakewood McKee, Pat Louiseville Milne, Eleanor Breckenridge Motis, Daniel Yuma Mandich, Pete Calumet, Minn. Miner, JoAnn Lander, Wyo. Nakano, Jean Oahu, Hawaii 2l7 Marcotte, Sheroll Sturgis, S.D. Mitchell, Barbara Greeley Nelson, Ann Greeley iv, ,............1.... l 2 s Pendergraft, Claudine Perrine, Florence Pl1Gl'6S, Dick Pl"llP1 5YlViU Greeley Denver Denver Grover Pollock, Bill Rael, Johnnie Raicevich, Angie Rasmussen, Helen Denver Brighton Colorado Springs Lakewood Rombach, Becky Sargent, Wally Sauer, Betty Jo Sauerbreit, Jim Denver Santa Fe, N.M. Loveland BFUSP1 .SJ0,9A0l'I'L0l"e5 2l 8 Schropp, Dale Milliken Schultz, Ralph Baraboo, Wis. Scott, Miriam Agate Servin, Gracie Brush Shaw, Virginia Lakewood Shroll, Arlys Rapid City, S.D. Sloan, Barbara Pueblo Smalldone, Georgia Denver Smith, Katherine Louisville Pittman, Betty Pollart, Lee Edgewater Colorado Springs Rasmussen, Sonja Riggs, Nona Longmont Greeley Scheideman, Wilma Schoeneman, Wheatridge Frances Ackley, Ia. Weitzel, Rosemary Lingle, Wyo. Wells, Walter Denver White, Martha Canon City White, Suzie Grand Junction Wiltsey, Laree Alliance, Neb. Wilcox, Charles Greeley Wilcox, Garnet Colorado Springs Wilson, Judith San Jose, Calif. Winter, Shirley Greeley 219 Smith, Patricia Snyder, Doris Sprinkle, Fay Stenson, Edith Stunkel, Janet Sugita, Beverly Toponas Grand Junction Rocky Ford Holyoke Greeley Honolulu, Hawaii Suzuki, Estelle Tachibana, Estelle Tanaka, Elna Thatcher, Donita Tabata, Norma Trembath, Frank Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Kit Carson Kona, Hawaii Greeley Valencia, Anthony Valenzuela, Cruz Vecqueray, Edith Walker, Frances Walters, Clarence Weissenfluh, Mitzi Platteville Greeley Colorado Springs Pueblo Greeley Yoder hm Qi? YCSUl'l'llChi1 I-UClll9 Yost, Alison Morris, Arva Roberts, Mary Lou Ge0"Se: PCN' Maui, Hawaii Red Cloud, Neb, Greeley Greeley Greeley Wisdom, Betty Jo Parrish, JoAnne Wray New Castle 30l0A0l'l'L ored l 220 F, wame EULA, lgrefiivlenf V Agustin, Gloriana Anderson, Robert Olaa, Hawaii Denver Bailey, Jack Boily, Dorothy Denver Paonia Bennington, Rosalie Berger, Art Greeley Greeley 222 Arakowa, Ruth Armstrong, Gladys Asuncion, Fely Au, Barbara Wahiawa, Hawaii Fowler Koloa, Kauai Honolulu, Hawaii Barnes, Marcelyn Beckler, Wallie Bellino, Margaret Bender, Don Hoisington, Kan Denver Walsenburg Greeley Berry, Leslie Bloch, Charlotte Boss, Clara Bovee, Janet Brester, Kan. Yuma Grand Junction Powell, Wyo. Braden, Delight Denver Brown, Deanie Canon City Brunner, Roberto Windsor Buffington, Roy Dove Creek Burns, Nora Lee Lamar Burton, Joanne Grand Junction Butler, Marilyn Pueblo Campbell, Gary Hotchkiss Cannell, Mary Ellen Colo. Springs Cannon, Gerry Greeley Ching, Shirley Kanehoe, Hawaii Daniels, Richard Cimarron, Kan. Eckhart, Kenneth Greeley Edward, Keith Center Elfeldt, Charlene Greeley Estes, Sylvia Greeley Evans, Richard Greeley Ferndelli, Jack Trinidad Fey, Lynn Craig Finley, Mary Jane Rawlins, Wyo. Fisher, Joyce Omaha, Neb. Carl, Beverly Carlson, Joyce Carper, Jacqueline Carr Shirley Chapman Wanda Greeley Stratton, Neb. Fagler Romeo Woodrow Chinn, Irene Chung, Juliette Clause, Delores Cook Donald Coming James Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Sumner, Neb. Kanorado Kans Platteville Daugherty, Pauline Delgado, Evelyn Del Monte, LaCretaDlckey Carol Dolan Phil Gypsum Sterling Florence Greeley Denver 5. 7, Franz, Richard Frisk, Carl Fritzler, Charna Frydenhall, Karen Fujii, Nancy Garnett June Denver Greeley Saginaw, Mich. Denver Lihue, Kauai Hillrose Garten, Shirley Gassino, LaVerne Gettman, Marybeth Gilbert, Eleanor Gillete, Donna Gray Jack Wray Pueblo Lakewood Lamar Salt Lake City Utah Fort Morgan Grebe, Don Greenhalge,KennethGuIley, Alton Groleski, Nancy Haas, Jean Haines Jacqueline Denver Denver Elba Peru Fort Morgan Aurora Hayes, Thelma Trinidad Heiden, Helen Osage, Iowa Hendricks, Bud Genoa Hochtritt, David Wausau, Wis. Hoff, Charles Brush Holman, Peggy Lou Greeley Hopper, Dorothe G lll il ll Chicago Q- tfnym al Y Hunt, Robert in ,y q ,qi Loveland 4 i I , Is-:fc--i. New L arrr r, ,,,, 224 OFIOITIGO, Hawaii -f'I I L "1- 3: 1 - Jackson, Roger Denver Johnson, Joan Chicago, lll. Kraft, Regina Chicago, lll. Jarosz, Janice Peru, lll. Kliewer, Joyce Greeley Krizmanich, Phyllis Gunnison Jendzel, John Whiting, Ind. Leptsos, Elizabeth Pueblo Levstik, Jo Englewood Linn, Lillian Lakewood Lippitt, LaVonne Fleming Longwell, JoAnn Wheatridge Lorenzen, Ed Denver Lowery, Esther Sedgwick Lundgreen, Connie Denver Masar, Ruth Pueblo Jensen, Chloe Woodland, Calif. Knowlton, Nadine Knull, Zelma Jean Fowler Colo. Springs Kruse, Bill Kuhlke, Betty Lou Greeley Denver Johns, Marian Florence Konig, Shirley Grover Lapp, Bette Denver 225 Johnson, Kay Tolsen, Mont. Kotani, Winifred Honolulu, Hawaii Lasley, Anne Deer Trail McMillen, Jerry Greeley Murakami, Hiroko Hilo, Hawaii Nelsen, Muriel Dove Creek 226 Matsuoka, WinifredMees, Richard Honolulu, Hawaii Center Murdock, Phyllis Myers, Lee Gypsum Worland, Wyo. Newcomb, Betty Oertli, Georgia Trinidad Lewiston, Mont. Paragoso, Lucia Ewa, Hawaii Peck, Shirley Greeley Peligrino, Anthony Puukolii, Maui Petersen, Charlene Nucla Peterson, Dorothy Fairmont, Minn. Peterson, Barbara Williston, No. Dak. Price, Jan Fort Logan Romer, Alice Cheyenne, Wyo. Rankin, Charlene Greeley Mills, Mary Cedaredge Nagata, Janet Paia, Maui, Hawaii 0'Connor, Betty Loveland Modlin, Helen Moore, Hubert Fowler Greeley Nance, Phyllis Needens, Lee Roy Pueblo Brush Ooley, Loana Ozzella, Tano Grand Junction Starkville Repass, Mary Lou Rowden, Helen Hayes Center, Neb.Johnstown Schenck, Colleen Schmidt, Phyllis Greeley Watkins Shepherd, George Sliperl Beffe Greeley, Colorado Lead, S. D. Reynolds, Ferol Sterling Schweers, Rex B rush Tanner, Mary Lynn Brighton Tom, Audrey Wailuku, Maui Travis, Rae Ann Denver Tyau, Audrey Honolulu, Hawaii Umeda, Edna Honolulu, Hawaii Unten, Grace Honolulu, Hawaii Vosberg, Wanda Chamberlain, S. D. Van Winkle, Wayne San Diego, Calif. Weeden, Loretta Au ro ra 2 Russel, Sue Sage, George Sanderson, Ethel Santa Fe, N. M. Denver Colo. Springs Sciranka, Paul Schroeder, Georgia Selby, Donna Whiting, Ind. Fleming Brighton Stafford, Erica Starks, Darlene Stewart, Betty Jo Tancredo, .lerry Minneapolis, Minn. Colo. Springs Pueblo Denver Webster, John Wendt, Mary Ann Rhinelander, Wis. Brush Wolter, Patricia Wollenweber, Pueblo Louann Denver Zacharisen, Derwin Zupetz, Rudy Denver Virginia, Minn. 228 Wilkie, Robert Williams, Kay Williams, Dallas Gering, Neb. Fort Morgan Wray U Wong, Wanda Wong, Barbara Wood, Twyla Winslow, Walter Denver Yuen, Janice Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Gill Hilo, Hawaii ,, ,,,. ,......, A Wei! Origourn, lQvef5ivlenf Armel Fine Arts Ancieri, Lillian Grand Junction Elem. Ed. Auburn, Tom Denver I. A. 230 Abraham, MargaretAcoba, Violet Adams, Veleta Ruth Aguerre, Lisette Alps, Hazel Alsbaugh Bev Kaumakan, Kauai, Greeley Timpas Loveland Alamosa T. H. P. E. For. Lang. Elem. Ed. Home Econ Elem. Ed. Anderson, Alvin Anderson, Lida Anderson, Mary M.Anderson, William Armijo, Louise Pueblo Ortanville, Minn. Greeley D. Trinidad English Elem. Ed. Elem. Ed. Greeley Elem. Ed Physical Science Baab, Willene Balliger, Joan Berardi, Nancy Blach, Bethine Blaney, Joan Farmington, N. M. Grand Junction Pueblo Yuma Denver Elem. Ed. English Boe, Ann Otis Elem. Ed. Bond, Blaine Grand Valley English Bott, Ronald E. Denver I. A. Boulter, Jim Greeley Business Bowman, Dora Mae Broadwater, Neb. Bus. Ed. Brady, Jack Pueblo English Brawner, Donna Colo. Springs Elem. Ed. Brough, Carol L. Milford, Conn. Elem. Ed. Brown, Carl H. Loup City, Neb. Physical Science Gen. Sec. Elem. Ed. Elem. Ed Constance, Violet Chicago, III. Gen. Sec. Corn, Laura Roswell, N. M. Music Couper, Arden Denver P. E. Craig, Calvin Greeley I. A. Cudney, Gerald Cheyenne Bus. Ed. Darien, Shirley Basalt Elem. Ed. Davis, Joan Sublette, Kan. Elem. Ed. Davison, Milton Pueblo Gen. Sec. Dean, Jacquelyn Denver ' P. E. Brown, Franklin Brown, Martha Brown, Shirley Browning, Barbara Denver Golden La Junta Trinidad I. A. P. E. Elem. Ed. Elem. Ed. Burger, Betty Busey, Keith Cadillac, Louise Carlsen, Duane Colo. Springs Paonia Central City, Penn. Virginia, Minn. Elem. Ed. Math. F. A. I. A. Ching, Greta Christensen, James Coffelt, Elizabeth Collier, Roberta Honolulu, Hawaii Waterloo, Iowa Denver Grant, Neb. English Sec. Ed. Elem. Ed. Elem. Ed. Brummer, Jerry Fort Lupton I-listory-Political Science Cason, Paul Pueblo I. A. Collins, Harry Edmon Marshall, Mo. I. A, 23l Bull, Bernice Cedaredge Home Econ. Chandler, Sue Denver Engl ish Conner, Mary Greeley S. S. -5 '-sr .lean Dehart, Barbara Jean Greeley Gen. Sec. Dunsing, Eunice Maywood, Mo. Elem. Ed. Emrich, Lucille Denver Music 232 DeRoven, Adele Trinidad Elem. Ed. Early, Frances Gill Elem, Ed. Erger, Robert Moss oint, Miss. P Bus. Ed. DiGiacomo, Patricia Doerfler Marilyn Drommond Jlm Dundos Fennay Louisville Scottsbluff Neb Greeley Johnstown Bus. Ed. Elem Ed Speech G Drama Bus Ed East, Thomas Edwards Grant Elliott Jackie Ellwood Lois Trinidad Center Fort Collins Bigfolk Mont Music Elem Ed Erickson, Carl Erickson Norma Erskine Lois Jean Estu Bob Greeley Orient Iowa Scottsbluff Neb Tucson Ariz Speech Elem Ed Elem Ed 6 Eugenio, Rosario Eleele, l-lawaii Gen. Sec. Euwer, Janet Topeka, Kan. Bus. Ed. Evans, Gloria Carbondale Bus. Ed. Evans, Lois Denver S. S. Faigien, Tommy Florence P. E. Failor, Mary Denver Elem. Ed. Felmlee, Bob Center Bus. Ed. Fitch, Tom Hudson S. S. Freeburg, Lois Alamosa F. A. Frydendall, Denis Fuller, Joyce Fulton, Lucreita Denver Brighton Sterling Elem. Ed. P. E. Elem. Ed. Geiger, Carmen Gentsch, Alvin Gifford, Dan Chevy Chase, Md. Englewood Lebanon, lnd. Elem. Ed. P. E. Elem. Ed. Graves, Wallace Greenwood, Martha Griffith, Lloyd Denver Aurora Denver Gen. Sec. Bus. Ed. Music Hammond, William Denver Math. Hanson, Mary Minot, N. D. Music Hanson, Sue Winona, Minn. Elem. Ed. Harker, Vivian Arapahoe Gen. Sec. 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N AULT b Q GREELEY GALETON 261 A Aaronson, Marty, 243 Abbott, Lewis E., 144 Abraham , Margaret, 230 Achziger, Alice, 105 Acoba, Violet, 230 Acosta, Caroline, 182, 213 Adams, Ruth, 194 Adams, Veleta, 198, 230 Aquerre, Agustin, Amelie E., 127, 184, 191, 230 Glorina, 182, 221 Ahana, Haunani, 194, 213 Aiken, Shirley, 30, 205 Alegre, Florence, 166, 172, 182, 194, 198, 200, 213 Alexander, Loren, 243 Allan, Doris, 135, 186 Allen, Priscilla, 213 Allison, Carolyn, 213 Allison, Nancy, 205 Alps, Hazel, 164, 170, 230 Alshaugh, Barbara, 30, 123, 166, 213 Alsbaugh, Bev., 123, 164, 230 Amen, Ralph, 168 Ancieri, Lillian, 230 Anderson, Alvin, 230 Anderson, Harold, 243 Anderson 195,213 Anderson , jackie, 205 Anderson, Lida, 164, 187, 230 Anderson, Lucille, 133 Anderson , Margaretha, 213 Anderson, Mary, 230 Anderson , Robert, 152, 221 Anderson, Russell, 205 Anderson, William, 176, 230 Andrews, Lois, 21 3 Antinson, Olaf, 159 Virginia, 30, 123, 166, 112 F Arakawa, Ruth, 182, 221 Armiio, Louise, 133, 230 Armstrong, Barbara, 132, 205 Armstrong, Gladys, 172, 221 Arney, Barbara, 205 Asuncion, Fely, 182, 221 Au, Barbara, 221 Auburn, Tom, 137, 188, 230 Baab, Willene, 129, 230 Babich, Betty, 122, 205 Bailey, Dorothy, 173, 221 Bailey, jack, 141, 158, 221 Baker, Marvin, 187 Baker, Richard, 158 Baker, Sonya, 205 Bakken, Duane, 145, 230 Ballah, Carolyn, 133 Balliger, joan, 156, 230 Baptiste, Lorene, 182, 213 Barbour, Alton, 29, 143, 162, 213 Barrett, Gay, 166, 213 Barrows, Carolyn, 191, 205 Barstnar, joseph, 243 Bar-tling, Verla, 198, 205 Beach, Bruce, 148, 159, 168 Beals, Lois, 213 Bechtold, Carol, 34 Beck, Glenna, 213 Beckler, Wallie, 25, 29, 121, 221 Beemer, Georgia, 134 Belisle, Rolande, 168 Bellino, Margaret, 125, 181, 221 Bender, Don, 143, 192, 221 Benke, Marilyn, 34, 132, 213 Bennington, Rosalie, 154, 192, 221 Benson, Lorraine, 184 Benzel, Delores, 125, 166, 213 Berardi, Nancy, 152, 230 Berger, AnnaMarie, 132, 205 Berger, Art, 143 221 Bernhardt, Leroy, 213 Berry, Betty, 205 Berry, Leslie, 137, 221 Bezlai, Henry, 243 Bidinger, Bob, 145 Biever, Quentin, 158, 213 Biggerstaff, Marcia, 211 Binkley, Richard, 158 Birk, Karl, 211 Bishop, judith, 205 Bishop, Tilman, 143, 213 Blach, Annabelle, 213 Balch, Bethine, 230 Blach, Charlotte, 221 Blackwell, Virgil. 139, 213 Blair, Dorothy, 213 Blaney, Marilyn, 230 Blaser, Loren, 243 Blaue, Vernon, 143, 213 Bloom. Patricia, 191 Blue, Dwayne, 132, 200, 213 Blue, Keith, 137, 213 Boaz, jacquelyn, 122, 205 Boe, Ann, 131, 164,170, 230 Boge, Walter, 173 Boldt, Deborah, 133, 188 Bolin, james, 144. 205 Bond, Wilson. 230 Borchert, Richard, 197 Bott, Ronald, 156, 230 Boulter, james, 230 Bovee, jan, 126, 221 Braden, Carmine, 221 Brady, john, 36, 230 Index Brainerd, john, 137, 158, 163, 214 Brandebery, Kent, 158 Brawner, Donna, 123, 230 Brecheisen, jayDae, 205 Bromeo, josephine, 182, 205 Bronstein, Ben, 143, 162, 177, 214 Brooker, joseph, 143, 243 Brough, Carol, 164, 230 Brown, Aridne, 121, 221 Brown, Carl, 230 Brown, Frank, 177, 231 Brown, john, 158 Brown, Martha, 29, 133, 198, 231 Brown, Shirley, 164, 192, 231 Browning, Barbara, 231 Bruce, Geraldine, 128 Brummer, Henry 231 Brunner, Roberta, 125, 129, 221 Brush, Merril, 139, 214 Buffington, Willard, 137, 221 Bunney, Robert, 173 Bunt, Carol, 129, 214 Burger, Betty, 150, 164, 231 Burgwardt, Lester, 168, 243 Burke, Nancy, 214 Burke, Rachel, 205 Burley, Mildred, 205 Burningham, Hawley, 169, 182, 205 Burns, Nora, 221 Burton, joanne, 221 Busby, jacqueline, 36, 122 Buigyl, Keith, 30, 121, 141, 161, 201, Butler, Marilyn, 25, 129, 152, 221 Byrnes, George, 158 C Caldwell, Hannah, 194 Calvin, Betty, 126, 205 Campbell, Garry, 141, 221 Cannell, Mary, 221 Cannon, jerry, 222 Canterbury, Ed,'159, 243 Cantrell, jack, 187 Capra, Ronnie, 176 Carl, Beverly, 125, 129, 222 Carl, jean, 184 Carlsen, Duane, 137, 231 Carlson, Helen, 205 Carlson, joyce, 194, 198, 222 Carper, jacquellne, 222 Carr, Don, 142, 205 Carr, Shirley, 222 Case, Nancy, 214 Cash, Geraldine, 166 Cason. Paul, 176. 231 Cauble, Shirley, 214 Cayetano, Gloriana, 182, 214 Chance, Rodney, 145, 177, 214 Chandler, Sue, 25, 30, 120, 149, 231 Chang, Gwen, 170, 182, 191, 205 Chapman, Wanda, 222 Chavis, Malline, 123, 178, 188, 195, 214 D Danne, Norma, 214 Daniels, Kathrine, 206 Daniels, Richard, 137, 222 Darien, Alvin, 142 Darien, Shirley, 231 Darnall, Rita, 200, 206 Daugherty, jim, 139, 177, 214 Daugherty, Pauline, 181, 222 Davis, Carol, 132, 200, 206 Davis, Dortha, 184, 206 Davis, joan, 231 Davison, Milton, 159, 231 Dean, jacquelyn, 194, 198, 231 Dedrick, Richard, 206 . DeHart, Barbara, 164, 232 Deicken, Dorothy, 150 Delgado, Ernest, 206 Delgado, Evelyn, 150, 154, 164, 222 DeIMonte, LaCreta, 133, 160, 222 Delventhal, Norman, 34, 154 Derington, Sidney, 152, 166, 214 Dermody, Ed, 190, 191 DeRouen, Adele, 232 DeSaIIe, jean, 186, 201, 235 Devitt, Donald, 243 Devitt, Nellie, 243 Dhority, Donna, 126 Dickey, Carol, 125, 154, 178, 222 Dietrich, Roxie, 206 DiGiacomo, Patricia, 133, 232 Dinkel, Robert, 214 Dockhorn, Harla, 206 Doertler, Marilyn, 232 Dolan, Phil, 159, 222 Donelan, Mary, 129, 166 Doolittle, Mary, 150 Dorame, Michael, 139, 184, 214 Douglas, Gordon, 168 Driml, Richard, 206 Drommond, jim, 25, 152, 153, 232 Drysdale, Ray, 159 Ducey, Mary, 150, 154, 166, 214 Ducker, Charles, 148 Duenk, Lester, 159 Dundas, Fernoy, 140, 232 Dunsing, Eunice, 232 DuPriest, Don, 158, 179 Dutch, Beverly, 126 Early, Frances, 184, 232 East, Tom, 232 Eckhardt, Ken, 143, 222 Eddy, Roger, 142 Edgar, Helen, 129, 181, 198, 214 Edson, james, 144 Edwards, Carolyn, 129, 166, 215 Edwards, Grant, 232 Edwards, Keith, 222 Edwards, Pat, 128 Chelt, Marilyn, 129, 181, 240 Childers, Ted, 143, 177, 214 Childress, Nancy, 30, 125, 166, 214 Childress, Arlene, 36 Ching, Gladys, 134 Ching Greta, 36, 125, 164, 182, 231 Ching, Shirle 222 Chinn, Y, Irene, 34, 134, 182, 191, 222 Cltoriki, Mildred, 178 Christensen, james, 231 Chung, juliette, 182, 222 Chung, Harriet, 164, 243 Clarke, Priscilla, 182, 192, 214 Clarner, Norma, 205 Cleavenger, Sue, 206 25, 29, 123, 168, 172, Ek, George, 148, 159 Ekstrand, Angeline, 187 Elbon, judy, 127, 192, 195, 215 Eldridge, Maryanna, 215 Elteldt, Charline, 129, 222 Elliott, jacqueline, 120, 131, 198, 232 , Ellison, Vern, 197 Ellwood, Lois, 184, 188, 195, 232 Emrich, Lucile, 154, 164, 184, 232 Engelhardt, Don, 148 Enloe, Pat, 132, 194, 206 Epler, Ruth, 184 Erger, Robert, 143, 232 Erickson, Marcene, 129, 215 Erickson, Norma, 201, 232 Erskine, Lois, 173, 232 Estu, Robert, 232 Eugenio, Rosario, 182, 232 Cleaver, Etta, 184 Clouse, Dolores, 164, 222 Cochran, Ralph, 206 Coffett, Elizabeth, 231 Cole, Carolyn, 206 Collier, Roberta, 231 Collins, Harry, 231 Collins, Vic, 139, 177, 214 Coming, james, 138, 222 Conley, Walter, 214 Conner, Mary, 231 Conroy, Rosalie, 30, 129, 166, 214 Constance, Violet, 231 Cook, Barbara, 133 Cook, Donald, 137, 222 Cooley, jill, 128, 170, 206 Cooley, Robert, 137, 214 Corian, Betty, 172, 206 Corl, Frank, 145, 197 Corn, Laura, 154, 231 Cotter, Kearby, 142 Couper, Arden, 133, 169, 194, 198, 230 Coy, Keith, 158 Crabbs, Carolyn, 184, 206 Craig, Alice, 214 Craig, Calvin, 231 Croissant, Dolores, 30, 125, 214 Croissant, Earlynne, 30, 122 Cudney, Carol, 122, 206 Cudney, Gerald, 121, 143, 231 Cunningham, Michael, 206 Curttright, Betty, 214 Euwer, janet, 133, 232 Evans, Gano, 144 Evans, Gloria, 232 Evans, Evans, Evans Kenneth, 158 Lois, 120, 232 Richard 137 222 Everett, Waltei, 145 Falgien, Tommy, 143, 232 Farlow, jeanette, 206 Farnham, Glen, 206 Farnsworth, William, 197 Fell, Donna, 123, 166, 172, 198, 215 Felmlee, Robert, 148, 232 Ferndelli, jack, 222 Fey, Lynn, 222 Fibikar, Barbara, 215 Fiechter, Leslie, 126, 215 Figliolino, Dan, 142 Finch, William, 137, 215 Fink, Kenneth, 243 Finley, Mary, 184, 222 Fishbach, Mary, 191, 194 Fisher, joyce, 222 Fitch, Tom, 137, 187, 232 Fleischer, Herman, 243 Fletcher, Edna, 205 Folladori, Virginia, 36, 135, 186, 191, 198, 215 Forney, Norma 127, 164 Foster, Patty, 129 Fowler, Shirley, 126 Fraker, Donald, 148 262 ' Frankenbery, Gene, 206 Franz, Richard, 143, 192, 223 Freeburg, Lois, 184, 232 Freeburg, Wilma, 184 Freeman, David, 206 Frey, Frederick, 243 Friedman, Marilyn, 132, 194, 200, 206 Frise, james, 179 Frisk, Carl, 156, 273 Fritzler, Charna, 184, 223 Fritzler, Robert, 142 Frydendall, Dennis, 233 Frydendall, Karen, 223 Frydendall, Karen, 223 Frykholm, Robert, 29, 161, 184, 201, 206 Fujii, Shirley, 182, 191, 206, 223 Fuller, joyce, 169, 181, 194, 198, 232 Fulton, Lucreita, 131, 164, 170, 233 G Gabel, Darlene, 30, '127, 166, 215 Galbright, Melvin, 233 Gantz, AI, 138 Garber, jean, 243 Garcia, Lillian, 184, 186 Garcia, Mary, 184, 206 Garnett, Mariorie, 133, 223 Garramone, Rosemary, 30, 164, 233 Gartin, Shirley, 135, 110, 191, 223 Gassino, LaVerne, 125, 191, 200, 223 Gates, john, 143, 233 Gauger, judy, 126 Gaul, Charles, 30, 121, 145, 152, 162, 179, 195, 215 Geiger, Carmen, 233 Gehring, Claretta, 187 Genova, Sam, 144 Gentsch, Al, 233 Gettman, Marybeth, 135, 170, 223 Gifford, Dannie, 141, 170, 233 Gilbert, Eleanor, 223 Gilbert, lola, 132 Gill, Robert, 215 Gillett, Donna, 127, 150, 164, 223 Gilman, Sylvia, 36, 180, 186, 215 Gimple, Bonnie, 164 233 Goecker, Bev., 129 Goeglin, Mildred, 215 Goetz, Barbara, 132 Gott, Billie, 134, 215 Gokan, jean, 182 Goodale, Harold, 140 Goodman, Dona, 131, 233 Gose, Phil, 233 Gourlay, Paula, 36, 181 Grable, Bert, 148, 168 Graham, Ida, 34, 180, 192, 200 Gramm, Arlene, 178 Gramm, Edna, 178 Grant, jeanne, 131 Grant, Mary, 166, 215 Gravem, Kathleen, 128 Graves, Wallace, 233 Gray, Barbara, 194 Gray, jack, 34, 121, 145, 223 Greba, Don, 223 Green, Ellen, 128, 192, 194, 198, 215 Greenhalge, Ken, 145, 176. 223 Greenwald, Peggy, 30, 123, 215 Greenwell, Robert, 158, 179 Greenwood, Martha, 149, 152, 233 Gregg, Donna, 208 Gregory, james, 140 Grieder, Calvin, 159 Griffin, BeverLee, 184 Griffin, George, 184 Griffith, Lloyd, 233 Grimm, Donald, 243 Groleski, Nancy, 123, 169, 194, 198, 223 Grove, Nancy, 120, 125, 161, 215 Guerrieri, Charlotte, 131, 215 Guerrieri, Marie, 215 Gulley, Alton, 145, 223 Gumeson, George, 25, 29, 141 Gumprecht, Katherine, 179, 233 H Haaker, Bill, 233 Haas, jean, 129, 223 Hads, janice, 130 Hafer, joan, 181 Hagiwara, Anna, 182. 198, 215 Haines, jacqueline, 223 Hamamoto, Marian, 182, 215 Hambrick, Maryann, 127, 233 Hamlyn, Ruby. 195 Hammond, William, 145, 233 Hammett, jean, 122 Hancock, Dorothy, 166, 215 Hankel, Marlene, 188, 194 Hanks, Betty, 124, 215 Hansen, Conway, 215 Hanson, Sue, 129, 170, 233 Hanson, Mary, 233 Hanson, Noel, 145, 216 Harker, Vivian, 20, 125, 198, 233 Hamish, Bennie, 140 Harrell, Robert, 243 Harrison, Dan, 158 Harrison, Fairy, 184 Harrison, Phyllis, 184 Hartung. George, 202, 243 Hashbarger, Roscoe, 243. Hause, Richard, 143, 233 225 Haunani, Ahona, 182 Hayes, Lonne, 127, 169, 170, 233 Hayes, Thelma, 123, 154, 172, 223 Hayhurst, Alison, 134, 200 Hays, judy, 29, 30, 129,166, 198,216 Hays, Martha, 166, 181, 200 Heiden, Helen, 194, 223 Hein, Patricia, 30, 180, 200 Helling, Raymond, 178, 197, 207 Hendricks, Sam, 145, 223 Hensley, Barbara, 135, 233 Hensley, Eleanor, 128, 207 Herburger, LaRene, 133, 150, 154, 233 Hermansen, Douglas, 187, 197 Herron, Bob, 176, 216 Hersxherger, Emmanuel, 145, 233 Hickle, Ron, 144 Hickman, joAnn, 207 Hieda, Amy, 170, 182, 207 Hill, Ada, 243 Hill, Patricia, 234 Hillhouse, Barbara, 166, 216 Hilyard, jack, 143, 156, 192, 234 Himes, joseph, 25, 143, 234 Hines, Marilyn, 130, 194 Hinze, Carlene, 135, 179, 216 Hochtritt, David, 139, 223 Hoefler, Regina, 191, 216 Hofen, joan, 216 Hoff, Charles, 223 Hoffman, Roger, 207 Holley, Marjorie, 134, 207 Holman, Peggy, 223 Holmes, William, 138 Hoovgr, Lynn, 29. 143, 162, 176, 179 21 Hopper, Dorothe, 223 Hopper, Tom, 161, 243 Hostetler, Shirley, 25, 120, 123, 160, 164, 234 Hotaling, Anna, 216 Hotta, jeanette, 182, 207 Houts, Earl, 159, 243 Hoiuard, Charles, 25, 29, 141, 152, 153 34 Howard, janet, 201 Howard, Sylvia, 25, 29, 30, 125, 150, 164. 222 Howshar, Tom, 141, 162, 216 Hoyt, Pat, 128, 207 Hrasky, Ruby, 234 ' Hunsinger, Marianna, 164, 234 Hunt, Bob, 145, 223 Huntley, Barbara, 234 Hurd, james, 184 Hurd, Phyllis, 184 Hutclaison, Carol, 120, 161, 192, 201 23 Hutchison, jo, 127, 216 Hutt, Hubert, 168, 197 I lncitti, Domenic, 139, 168, 191, 197 234 Ingebo, Alvin, 243 Isotani. Naoto, 179, 223 Itamura, Mae. 234 Iwata, Mayrene, 234 lwerks, Valenia, 186, 201, 207 J jablan, Len, 243 jackson, Donna, 127, 164, 234 jackson, Helen, 234 jackson, jean, 135 jackson, Roger, 184, 190, 195, 224 jacobs, Richard, 158, 208 jacobson, Dorothy, 234 jacobson, Sally, 129 jacquez, lassard. Ruth, 120. 125. 234 Harriet, 120, 123, 164, 234 jamieson, William, 144 jarosz, j lelinek, jendzel, jenkins, anice, 122, 194, 224 Robert, 244 john, 139, 224 Marian, 184 jensen, Chloe, 131, 224 EIISEI1 Elizabeth, 124, 166, 216 l jimeneh, Manuel, 184 Iohn, Miriam, 224 johnson, johnson, 197 johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, 1 42 208 Colin, , Dee Lynn, 25, 141, 159. Esther, 187, 234 Gale, 145. 234 Helen, 216 joan, 224 Kay, 224 Marilyn, 234 Natalie, 164, 184, 234 Lorraine, 129, 166, 216 Robert, 180 Virginia, 132, 208 jones, Helen, 234 jones, Ia jones ck, 244 oe132 .l Y . jones, Sally, 150 joyce, Barbara, 128, 180 joyner, Kathy, 164, 234 junkin, Pat, 127, 164, 234 justice, Richard, 179, 186 K Kahler, Carolyn, 187 208 Kaneko, Larry, 141, 234 Kanemoto, Richard, 140, 208 Karren, joan, 216 Kauffman, Barbara, 127 168 Kauffman, Harold, 25, 145, 149, 153, 161, 234 Kesler, Carolyn, 30, 166, 194, 198, 200, 6 Keeler, Karen, 20, 129, 216 Keenum, Mary, 130 Kelly, Ivan, 145, 177, 234 Kelsay, john, 202, 244 Kelsey, Cecilia, 134, 191, 208 Kemp, Darrell, 208 Keyte, Dorothy, 135, 235 Kindred, Lynn, 166, 194, 198, 216 Kindvall, Alma, 235 King, Preston, 143, 162, 192, 216 Kirkpatrick, Kay, 208 Kiser, Pat, 132, 208 Kitani, Winnifred, 183 Kliewer, joyce, 123, 178, 181, 224 Kline, Edna, 208 Knopp, Margaretann, 192, 235 Knowlton, Helen, 224 Knull, Zelma, 195, 224 Komagata. Millicent, 183, 216 Kong, Sarah, 183, 235 Konig, Shirley, 224 Korman, julius, 144, 148 Kotani, Winitred, 224 Kraft, Regina, 134, 191, 224 Krbec, Kirby, 235 Krebs, Art, 121,179 Krings, Lucille, 133 Krismanich, Phyllis, 131, 224, 194 Kruse, William, 145, 159, 195, 224 Kubota, Scot, 168, 183 Kuhlke, Betty, 128, 224 Kulhman, Leo, 187 Kundert, Betty, 26, 29, 156, 165, 169, 180, 235 Kupke, Shirley, 208 Kuys, Della, 36, 235 L Laing, Lois, 216 Lakey, joyce. 208 Lakin, Frank P., 139, 235 Lambert, Pat, 184, 208 Lander, Marian, 132,208 Lane, Bennie, 208 Langshaw, Mel, 139 Lapp, Bette, 224 Larson, Ruth, 30, 181 LaSalle, Rita, 133. 216 Lasley, Anna, 224 Lau, Edna, 26, 29, 30, 129, 156, 165 180, 183, 235 Leaf, Pat, 125, 165, 235 Leaf, Paul, 158, 163, 216 Leary, George, 235 Leary, joanne, 235 Leary, Robert, 244 Lee, Pat, 177, 235 Lee, Sydney, 156. 183, 198, 235 Lehman, Frederick, 140, 158, 178 Leong, Audrey, 235 Leon Guerrero, Lorraine, 183, 191, 208 Lepetsos, Elizabeth, 224 Levstik, joAnn, 194 Lewis, Bonnie, 159, 181 Libhart, Robert, 216 Lienert, Charles, 159 Lightner, jerry, 168 Lindahl, jannelle, 170 Lindsey, Nancy, 166, 216 Lindstrom, janice, 135, 235 Linker, jim, 145 Linn, Lillian, 184, 224 Lippitt, LaVonne, 125, 224 Loback, Helen, 216 Locke, Roberta, 208 Lockner, Ioan 122, 208 Lohrke, Doris, 133, 194, 198, 235 Long, Bernard, 29, 144, 190, 208 Longwell, jo, 127, 224 Lorentzen, Ellsworth, 224 Lorenzen, Alice, 133, 152, 165, 235 Lorenzen, Lois, 27, 131, 166 Losh, Phyllis, 216 Loshbaugh, jean, 208 Lotrich, Vic, 138, 177, 197 Low, Sylvia, 183, 191, 208 Lowery, Esther, 123, 224 Luby, john, 20, 235 Lucero, Edna, 135,181, 191, 217 Lucero, Elizabeth, 181, 191, 208 Luian, Henry, 26, 121, 134, 141, 235 Luian, Vidal, 184, 191, 208 Lundberg, Curtis, 235 Lundberg, Phyllis. 208 Lundell, Barbara, 125, 235 Lundgren, Connie, 123, 224 Lundy, jack, 235 M McAfee, Bob, 143, 235 McAlsar, jon, 188 McCarthy, Emma, 217 McCarty, joann, 131, 170, 235 McColIar, Wanda, 184 McCoy, Roy. 236 McDaniel, Pat, 208 McDonald, Sharon, 211 McGuire, jim, 142 McGuire, jack, 176 McHeffey, Pat, 208 McKee, Helen, 209 McKee, Pat. 217 McKinley, Cecil, 244 McKinney, Barbara, 26, 34, 133, 149, 200. 236 McLaughlin, Ed, 244 McMillen, jerry, 143, 177, 225 MacKay, juanita, 132 2 6 MacLeod, Laurence, 244 Mainquist, jerome, 236 Major, Marv, 148 Mandich, Dan, 209 Mandich, Pete, 217 Marcantonio, Evelyn, 209 Marcotte, Sheroll, 127, 217 Marcum, Sue, 209 Markus, Carolyn, 209 Marsh, Mary 127, 191, 236 Martel, Rosalie, 186 Martin, Elmira. 129, 160, 236 Martin, Warren, 236 Martinko, Lucille, 191 Masar, Ruth, 224 Matoush, Lyle, 180 Matsumoto, Tommy, 153, 160, 178, Matsuoka, Winitred, 183, 225 Matthews, Mary, 209 Matzner, Ken, 179, 236 Maye, Darien, 198 244 Mayenschein, DeEtte, 135, 170, 187, 188, 236 Meadows, Oretta, 135, 186, 217 Medde, Louise, 127, 236 Medeiros, joan, 217 Mees, Richard, 26, 30, 36, 141, 162, Meiia, David, 236 Memmer, Ralph, 209 Mercer, Gilbert, 236 Meyer, Lawrence, 158, 236 Meyering, Donald, 178 Michel, Miriam, 160, 236 Mickelson, Lyla, 165, 236 Mickish, Verle, 145, 153, 156, 159,244 Miller, Conrad, 158, 163 Miller, Gary, 217 Miller, john, 141, 236 Miller, Norma, 123, 150, 166 Miller, Shirley, 126, 209 Mills, joe, 143, 184 Mills, Mary, 133, 172, 194, 225 Milne, Eleanor, 166, 217 Mineau, Willard, 168 Miner, joAnn, 150, 217 Mirich, Guy, 236 Mitchell, Barbara, 217 Mitzel, Cleo, 209 Mize, Gerald, 140 Mock, Pat. 236 Modlin, Helen, 225 Monahan, Pat, 179, 191, 236 Monell, Helen, 194, 209 Montano, Louis, 163, 169 Montgomery, Kay, 209 Mooney, Mariorie, 121, 217 Moore, Hubert, 143, 225 Moore, john, 244 Moore, Bob, 144 Moos, LeRoy, 191, 179 Moosmann, jack, 145 Moran, Willis, 139, 236 Morgan, Ruth, 244 Morikawa, jean, 183, 209 Morris, Arva. 36, 186 198, Morrison, Donna, 26, 30, 123, 154, 165, 172, 236 Morris, Frank, 143, 217 Morsch, Duward, 158 Moser, Gretchen, 188, 194, 198, 217 Motis, Dan, 136, 217 Mow, judy, 183, 236 Mumford, Anna, 209 Murakami, Hiroko, 183, 225 Murdock, Phyllis, 121, 170, 225 Muroya, jean, 209 Myers, Robert, 142 Myers, Rod, 143, 179, 192 Myers, Lee, 225 Oetting, Ron, 176, 237 Ogata, Shirley, 183, 237 Olson, Marlane, 217 Ooley, Loanne. 188, 225 Ord, Carolyn, 127, 217 0'Rourke, jack, 176, 237 Osborne, Vera, 237 Osbourn, Neil, 26, 29, 153, 201, 237 Ostrowski, Dolores, 217 Ostwald, Norma, 128, 200, 209 Ottesen, LaNae, 129, 166 Otto, Catherine, 120, 135, 172, 187, 195, 237 Overturf, Gene, 145. 180, 237 Overturf, jack, 145, 237 Ozzello, Tano, 225 P Pakka, john, 237 Palmquist, Bernice, 209 Pappas, Michael, 26, 153, 156, 184, 237 Paragoso, Lucia, 127, 183, 225 Parrish, joAnn, 135, 178 Parrish, Shirley, 209 Pavia, Bob, 144, 184, 217 Peck, Shirley, 135, 160, 168, 225 Pedicord, jennie, 128, 192 Peebles, Bill, 36, 141, 162, 217 Peligrino, Tony, 34, 145, 149, 183, 225 Pendergraft, Claudine, 218 Perrine, Florence, 218 Petersen, Allen, 237 Petersen, Dorothy, 225 Peterson, Barbara, 123, 173, 225 Peterson, Bernadine, 237 200, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Charlene, 121, 225 Marilyn, 209 Bob, 159 Sylvia, 209 Phares, Bob, 145, 148, 237 Phares, Dick, 145, 218 Phelps, Dwight, 145, 153, 163, 2 Philon, john, 191, 197 Philp, Sylvia, 218 Pittman, Betty, 218 N Nagata, janet, 134, 225 Nakagawa, Mitsue, 125, 170, 172, 183 236 Nakai, janet, 236 Nakai, Thomas, 236 Nakano, jean, 166, 217 Nakaro, jan, 183 Nakashima, Hatsue, 183, 236 Nakatsuii, Laura, 34, 129, 170, 237 Nance, Phyllis, 225 Needens, LeeRoy, 225 Nelson, Ann, 150, 166, 217 Nelson, Diane, 132. 179, 188, 209 Nelson, janet, 125, 237 Nelson john, 237 Nelson, Muriel, 184, 188, 225 Nelson, Rose, 121, 166, 217 Nelson, Ruth, 217 183 Neuiahr, jo, 134, 201 Newcomb, Betty, 125. 225 Newman, Eveline, 237 Newman, Kathryn, 125, 165, 198, 237 Nicholson, Ann, 191, 237 Nies, George, 244 Nishimura, Misako, 183, 209 Noe, Gertrude, 125, 237 Nolan, Nancy, 217 Nonnie, Lawrence, 145, 176 Nordell, Wayne, 142 Nordlander, Sylvia, 132 Nowlen, john, 209 O Ockel, William, 209 0'Connor, Betty, 225 0'Connor, Vivian, 134, 191, 217 Oertli, Georgia, 225 Oaks, Bob, 140 3 Platt, Dick, 145, 237 Pollart, Lee, 34, 145, 218 Pollock, Bill, 137, 218 Porter, Bill, 145, 149, 237 Potter, Bob, 209 Powers, Bertha, 209 Price, jan, 129, 225 Provenzano, Rose, 237 Pyatt, Leonard, 140, 201 Q Quenga, Sergio, 144, 191 Quirico, Dan, 144 R Rader, Paul, 148 Rael, johnnie, 141, 162, 184, 191, 218 Raicevich, Angie, 30, 129, 166, 172, 218 Rains, Darrell, 158, 163, 244 Ramer, Alice, 154, 172, 225 Ramsey, Ronald, 148 Rankin, Charlene, 30, 120, 133, 225 Rankin, Esther, 165, 237 Rapp, Erma, 237 Rapp, Tom, 148, 238 Rasmussen, Helen, 218 Rasmussen, Sonja, 218 Rauchenstein, Henry, 159 Ravatt, Hugh, 36 Raymond, George, 244 Read, George, 168, 238 Redlon, Earnest, 238 Reed, Helen, 238 Rees, Lucille, 238 Rehkow, Wilma, 165, 172, 238 Reini, Elsie, 181, 184 Repass, Mary, 135, 226 Reynolds, Ferol, 194, 198, 226 Richardson, john, 121, 139, 238 Riggs, Nona, 127, 166, 218 Rinaldo. Lawrence, 143, 238 Ripley, Cyrus, 179 Rising, Melvin, 244 River, Donna, 188, 238 Robb, Della, 179 Robb, William, 179 Roberts, Mary Ann, 184, 210 Roberts, Mary Lou, 127, 178 Roberts, Bill, 176, 177, 178, 238 Robinson, Roland, 145, 148 Robinson, Virginia, 152, 238 Romano, Pat, 126, 169, 210 Rornbach, Becky, 34, 36, 129, 149, 218 Road, Tom, 142 192 Rook, Barbara, 194 Roop, Phyllis, 26, 133, 165, 238 Rorabaugh, Rosemary, 178, 186, 211 Ross, Charles, 238 Ross, joan, 128, 150, 172, 210 Ross, Marjorie. 26, 129, 238 Ross, Phyllis, 2'l0 Rounds, Caryl, 210 Rowden, Helen, 226 Rudel, Gordon, 145, 149, 238 Russel, Edith, 226 Russel, Sue, 150, 154 Rutherford. Adelle, 128, 210 Ruybal, Margie, 210 S Sage, George, 153, 177, 191, 226 Sakamoto, Howard, 140, 210 Sarggge, Walter, 26, 29, 177 190, 195, Ruyle, Bob, 142 Sampson, Lawrence, 144 Sandberg, Glenn, 168 Sanders, Yvonne, 210 Sanderson, Ethel, 129, 226 Sandoval, Arsenio, 184, 191 Sandow, Beverly, 121, 238 Sandstedt, Earl, 176, 238 Sandstedt, Lynn, 26, 29, 145, 149, 153, 238 Sandstedt, Pat, 238 Santos, Betty, 123, 165, 181, 183, 238 Sargent, Edward, 192, 218 Sauer, Betty, 138, 166, 218 Sauerbreit, lim, 144, 176, 218 Saxe, Ed, 30, 144, 161, 190, 201, 210 Schade, Allan, 238 ' Schaefer, Bonnie, 178, 210 Schaeffer, Carl, 136 Schardt, Wilma, 187 Scheideman, Wilma, 121, 178, 180, 218 Schenck, Colleen, 184, 226 Schleicher, Lynette, 200, 210 Schmidt, Phyllis, 135, 181, 187, 226 Schneider, Victor, 210 Schoeneman, Frances, 218 Schroeder, Georgia, 123, 198, 226 Schroeder, Stuart, 138 Schropp, Dale, 219 Schuelke, Donald 143, 148, 238 Schultz, Ralph, ras, 219 Schweers, Rex, 226 Sciranka, Paul, 226 Scott, loan, 184, 210, 219 Sebben, lohn, 238 Selby, Donna, 123, 201, 226 Sell, Clarence, 210 Sellens, Donita, 127, 238 Sena, Alfred, 184, 238 Senor, Frankie, 178, 201 Servin, Gracie, 184, 219 Shaffer, David, 144 Shares, Don, 210 Sharpe, Barbara, 166, 172 Shavlik, Raymond, 139 Shaw, Gladys, 150, 210 Shaw, Virginia, 121, 166, 219 Sheets, Lloyd, 158 Sheperd, George, 143 Sheppard, lean, 201 Shoemaker, loe, 197 Shores, Donald, 169 Shroll, Arlys, 123, 219 Shupe, George 177 Sims, Don, 144 Sliper, Bette, 188, 226 Sloan, Barbara, 120, 127, 166, 219 Smaldone, Georgia, 219 Small, Art, 184 Smith, Gerald, 145, 176, 239 Smith, Katherine, 219 Smith, Marilyn, 239 Smith, Pat, 178, 186, 220 Snyder, Doris, 129, 166, 220 Sowell, Barbara, 210 Sparks, Gwen, 200 Spomer, Pete, 158, 178 Sprinkle, Faye, 133, 170, 198, 200, 229! Stafford, Erica, 121, 226 Staley Marilyn, 165, 239 Stallings, Kay, 121, 165, 194, 198, 239 Stamps, Charles, 144, 178, 179 Stansberry, Roberta, 239 Starks, Darlene, 226 Starns, Sara, 168, 239 Stenson, Edith, 133, 220 Stewart, Betty lo, 122, 154, 226 Stiles, Willine, 239 Stockhaus, Shirley, 210 Strader, Robert, 145, 239 Stream, lean, 184 Stunkel, janet, 220 Stunkel, jerry, 202 Sturdy, William, 239 Sugita, Beverly, 183, 220 Suzuki, Estell, 125, 183, 220 Swanson, Marilyn, 178, 210 Swedlund, Elaine, 128, 210 T Tabata, Norma, 183, 220 Tachibana, Estelle, 125, 183, 220 Tam, Dorothy, 134, 170, 183, 210 Tanaka, Elna, 183, 220 Tancredo, Ierry, 177, 226 Tanner, Mary, 226 Teeters, Irene, 165, 170, 184, 239 Teruya, Ruby, 121, 165, 183, 239 Thatcher, Donita, 133, 166, 220 Thomas, lane, 128, 210 Thompson, Shirley, 150, 210 Timm. Gertrude, 210 Toker, lohn, 244 Tom, Audrey, 226 Tomasi, Dick, 145, 197 Tompkins, Phil, 142 Toth, AI, 36,171, 195, 201, 239 Tower, Edwin, 158 Trainer, james, 168, 244 Travis, Rae Ann, 123, 173, 200, 226 Tredway, Dan, 244 Trembath, Frank, 139, 162, 220 Trosper, Emory, 26, 202, 239 Tsuzaki, Stanley, 159, 183, 244 Tyau, Audrey, 133, 183, 226 U Uehara, Eloise, 178 Umeda, Edna, 226 Underwood, Roy, 244 Unten, Grace, 131, 226 Upton, Tom, 158,178, 188 V Vageg, Christine, 135, 181, 191, 197, Valencia, Anthony, 139, 184, 191, 229 Valente, Rosemarie, 200, 210 Valenzuela, Cruz, 184, 191, 220 Valenzuela, lulita, 211 Van Pelt, Pat, 192, 201 Van Winkle, Wayne, 141, 173, 226 Varpa, lack, 158, 239' Vavrina, Carol, 211 Vawter, Margery, 161, 165, 201, 239 Vecqueray, Edith, 173, 220 Victor, Keala, 129, 183, 239 Villapondo, Anita, 131, 239 Vosberg, Wanda, 133, 154, 226 Voss, lames, 142, 211 W Wagner, lone, 129, 165, 239 Walker, Frances, 127, 220 Walter, Clarence, 143, 192, 220 Wanous, Karl, 211 Warner, Larry, 148 Weaver, Bill, 244 Webb, Ralph, 201 Weber, Beverly, 187, 211 Weber, Frances, 133, 239 Weber, Marvin, 142 Webster, lohn, 143 Weeden, Loretta, 131, 187 Weissenfluh, Mitzi, 166, 186 Wells, Albert, 145 Wendt, Mary 125, 154, 165 White, Arthur, 144 64 White, Susie, 135 Whittenbaugh, Colleen, 126, 239 Wiens, Ben, 159, 244 Wilkie, Robert, 168, 197, 227 Wilkinson, loe, 159, 202, 239 Williams, Kay, 128, 192, 227 Williams, Dallas, 141, 227 Williams, Dorothy, 239 Williams, lo Nell, 211 Williams, Karol, 211 Willie, lack, 107 Willis, Ann, 184, 211. Willis, Roe, 140 Willmore, lean, 134, 211 Wilseck, Bob, 29, 153, 239 Wilson, David, 173 Wilson, ludith, 181 Wilson, Sally, 239 Wiltsey, Loree, 29, 127, 166 Wirsing, lohn, 30, 179, 191, 211 Wisdom, Betty, 129 Wise, lana, 120, 123, 239 Wolf, Ronald, 168, 178, 179, 244 Wolf, Vivian, 168 Wolfe, Wallie, 148 Wolter, Patricia, 133, 227 Wong, Amy, 181, 183, 240 Wong, Barbara, 227 Wong, Wanda, 227 Wood, loyce, 194, 198, 239 Wood, Twyla, 135, 181, 227 Woolston, Wayne, 137, 240 Wright, Lyndell, 211 Wright, Phyllis, 165, 184 Wollenweber, Louann, 129, 227 Y Yaple, Barbara, 165, 240 Yasumichi, Lucille, 183 Yost, Alison, 135, 150 Young, Harold, 240 Yuen, lanice, 30, 124, 178, 183, 227 Z Zacharisen, Derwin, 121, 141, 170, 227 Zack, lane, 192 Zempel, Morris, 244 Zimbelman, Lorene, 129, 240 Zimmerman, Ruth, 211 Zulauf, Elmer, 143, 240 Zupetz, Rudy, 227 3 3 3 5 i F .413 Q -B f Koi ,",,11f , ww! Y .1 w .gf ,Q J'-',' .f Am , K ,e --H W? J.-a 1.


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